Tulpehocken High School - Yearbook (Bernville, PA)

 - Class of 1982

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X ,. , F5 X 2' ' , , L. Liu-igw? Xl' 'Q X. 1 ,WX 'au 1. 1 ,1 ki A fy if 2 5 23 fy. M ,.f"'N ,N- 1 .. , f ,1,, ,,.W 4 i A 1 M mv ,,, M A V- X NL ,- , A s -I L 1 1 'pm A f . f . I ,b .Q M , "-fe:.'Q'5i6"f'i7 - bi7,'iffA5 ff 'f N, F X5 " ,, 1 ip. L .n,1.,,.L -, IM J 1 31" ' Wu! X 1 , 5 -A-. Kennoth Ba rrcll 'K "Kc-nny' , 531,64 V Industrial Arts ' VICA l21 ' Dean Bashore "Bashc" 1 1- 14-64 0 S Academic Student Council U15 Karate Club tl, 2, 3, 41: Basketball I3, 41: Hrc Marshal 13. 41 ,A A Scott Adams "Speedy" f 4-18-64 Industrial Arts Darryl Baer , 1 S "Little Baer" 7-29-64 V Macbintlstlv T001-Malgqf Vo-Tech bi , r, .- l VlC'A f21g Wrestling5l3, 415 TrL'1c:kI3, 41 of .t,-1 1 ,. Timothy A. Bausbcr L V 'ffl ",, "Tim" 1 7-A-64 ' S YQfT0Ch - F redikelmey . ..Kid,, 10-5-64 A czrdcmlc Na: '1, Honor Soc: rm, 41: Kwzacrub ff, 2, 31: som-f 11, 2, 3, 41:kBz1skclball-f2, 3, 41: Track 1415 Cross Country 12, 3, 415 Baseball ll. 2. 3, 415 Fire Mumhul U, 415 .l, V. Soccer Capt. 1215 Baseball Capt. H15 Basketball Capt. 141 Timothy Bender 'Tim " K 1 1-2 7-63 A6366-mic Karate Clubfi, 21' BaSk61b61111,2i 3, 4I?iTraek 122, 3 4 ' 1 1 ' C111 1 9? gy Cross Country 12, 3, 41 K ' 77 noi? Rfafmgenfqiiii 1 1ifAifhead7Tg51f3- 1 - , 9-7-64 2 1 7 1 i Acadeinic' N Kathleen-Bieher V "Kerbyf'V'V , I 1 4-12-64 Academic Library Club 121 1 i?Q3:'2'Ke1l1j23ickel 53 , . V ,V L51 . V V Business Student Counci1.1211 TBLQ?3f41:'Stugent Stozfegfrbg Mgjqf, Gtte KZQ 3, 42: Hockey II, 22jSoftbal1'1'I1g Hockeyfapt. C1255 "Prem T3QSeeretary U1 - ' ' y y l Kathy 'M. Berinetfzunz 5 A ffliennethum " 2-I8-64 A ' A V A K V14 Businem .QARDA NtAN 13, 411 TB1, 13, 41: 5166661 516161411 516- denlStorefBus1'ne5sMzmagcr 141: Hockey fl, 2, 3, 415 Truck fl, 2, 3, 415 Maguzine'Cap1. 131:-Sr. Exccfutivc Council 1-11 g, - Bob, Berger 1 - ""BC1'gBf Meister" 4-22.64 A Business TBL 414 511121661 S1616 141 Paula M. Bicksler "Paula " I 0- l 6-64 Business DARDANIAN13. 415 TBL 13. 41: Chorus 1I, 2, 3, 41: Student Store Business Manager 1415 Magazine Capt. 141: Track Stat, 1215 Student ' Store 1415 Chorus Librarian 12, 3, 4J L Lori Boltz "Holtz " 7-1 1-64 Academic DARDANIAN 13, 415 Executive Council 1315 Nat'l Honor Soc, 13, 415 Hostess 141: Band 11, 2, 315 Bas- ketball1l, 2, 3, 41: Hockey 11, 2, 3, 415 Tf21Ck 13, 41: Softball 1215 Gym Leader 131 Charles Blatt 3-3-64 - figf Steve Bowman H 4 f n 1 , , "Bowman H I vkifiiig-cn1Aui2f1vB0dy soccefff,-2, 3, 41gfBasebalI1g?52, 3, 5, ig 41 ,s 1 1 1 1 , ' Susan Bohn "Sue B" 7- I3-64 A cademic DARDANIAN 13, 41, Nat'l Honor Soc. 13, 41, Hostess 1415 Chorus 12, 3, 41: Jr. Play 12, 3, 415 Sr, Play 12, 3, 415 Gym Leader 131 1 V 1!?meS EPIC? , 1 1 1 rw 11, z,i33:t41, BasIfetball12,f3,. 41EffTraclc 1253, 415 Cross Country' 131541 gjgg , , l . I Mike Bressler 2' "Mike " 6- 7-64 Business Karate Club 1125 Track ll, 2, 3, 425 Cross Country l3, 42: Fire Marshal 13, 425 TBL ll 425 Student Store 142 tl2Qf1f1f4.I2r0+fff?lt 2 4-8i'633'ifgi., Vi. ,,,V 'f'f Q i,,- . Ruth Bresslcr ' "Hume" 'i" lf' Home Economics Ligrar5?CIiili7-fl, 2, 32: Magazine C3195 Zrfv 1 ,Eric ,Brown " 'l7i19J64' 1 2 2 AgQi1dCl?'fC .2 llikaratiii Clzib f1.:522,'s Sgccgg, 4 1,, g.s 3. isih 1. 24 Baskefbtllff 923 4281965111 vigil. 7,.- wi "" .' 1' i K qt, 22243. 423Gym'Lf?Q?dCF.563lL.tQ351S1... ,Lg , kellggll CQ-gCapt. 62242: Sficccf 'Co-. 'fi I ' 4 'iklfafiifi I4 ' -ig w Patricia Brett "Patty" l-15-64 Academic Sr. Play 112, Hockey fl, 2, 3, 425 TFHCIC fl, 2. 3, 42qClz1ss Trcas. I42 Jacqueline Bulliner "Jn ckie " 4-Zl-64 Academic DARDANIAN K3, 42, Chorus ll, 2, 3, 425 SEDECIM lj, 425 Maga- zine Capt. U2 Tina Care "Tina " 6-2 7-64 Business DARDANIAN K3, 425 Executive Council U15 Nut'l Honor Soc. 53, 4j,' Hostess C415 Junior Miss l4jg TBL U, 425 Student Store f4j,' Sr, Play UI: Hockey Il, 22: DARDA- NIAN Co-Editor Ml Stephen DeLong "Steve " 2-16-64 Academic DARDANIAN 13. 415 Chorus ll, 2, 3, 415 Tennis Ill Deborah M. Cooper "Debbie " 6-I8-64 Academic Library Assistant MJ N W Gary Deck "Chewic " 7-3-64 Agriculture FFA 12, 3, 42g FFA'Advisor UQ: FFA Pres. M25 Fire Marshal I3, 42 9 I ! - Kevin Cornelius 'ACorny" 8-1-64 Vo-Tech Masonry Carolyn S. Dickson "Carol " 9-8-64 Academic Jr. Play IZ, 3, 4j: Sr. Play I3, 4jg Basketball KZ, 41: Hockey IZ, 3, 415 Track fl, 425 Cheerleader fljg Magazine Capt. U15 Stage'Crew MJ: Hockey Co-Capt. UI was 1 ft Jcrry Dundorc ' MJD.. 9-I9-64 Industrial Arts Magazine Capt. f22 ' 81-22-54 F5 ' ffff 'Homewcopomics 2 ttt , ,ty V I ".- Gym Lendcr l32,"Cl,:1ss Secl Dcneen E bling "Dc-neen " 8-4-64 Academic ,QQDARDANIAN fa, 425 student sCUunciI U25 Nat'l Honor Soc. I3, ffV42ggVHostcss 142: -Chorus 1125 Flag 'Tiidrler-fl, 2, 3. 425 Basketball fl, 2, i3'42' Hockey!! 2 3 42' Track fl -'I49gStI1dent Council Vice Pres. I32 2 ctlt HZ saves? H3324 2391242 Alan Rqlatovich MAIN 3-22-64 Vo- Tech Masonry Scott Allen Fryer "Clint " S-23-63 Industrial Arts Ew1q9 Gigfgfcs Q f'W40'P-" 4-20-64 fu 'm , 5 fyfgA3l'1C11f!UfC?i FFA F111142fFFA1Qff?Q?f.f?? ' If6riGo523?fe o rrefaaqqfafxwyfgr o r aigsiness DARDggN3gm3,r4NgLe WS 41fleM3532i4?3 ' Robin George ' A "George" :QL 53, 43, sfgqeffgresfefc fe: 42 L 51 ' Lisa Gerbart ' or LQ ffll-L:L'7 l 5.253-A -E31 fin ,fi - 24-Vo+Te5i1 Cosmetology Executive oqunaiz wg wcvxgfz, 39: Chorus 01 offelaqie Qgtrfrjedjo Q , jo iff if'fMe2f' W r no L 4,5-64,,rw: wi W hrs W fqcadgmic ' 45?i.S'turienLhCoz2r1cii5f2jgg5Nanf?1 Honor A 3506. 13, ij:-JEQMXSS Cdr1t6no'er'K4j: Chorus f1,'2jqkBand 11, 2+ 3, 42: PCP BHHdjC2.r3,41zgffaQke CZ, 3. 42: Tef2f1ism'1Q2, 3, v 4j:Gymo1ieaderi 439: Boy! Basketball sm. 13, 415 County V .BHHHM 34:?11Q1?fSffifffe3f1Uffif'1 I o e Smeg Gthcffg 2521-54 ,gg ., f Industria1Arts SII1dC1?Q Council K2, 3, 4j,' Sr. Executive Council Mj Rory Heberling A , "Spf1S' :jx 4-9-64 Q .igicadghwic DARDA NIAN 13, 41 A - - ,- , my 0 m"1Q Q'3ffeSff'1eCf5!?73H ,x,AA A .'L'- '--, a 4 x", A 'A,-A 'L". I .A,, ,mk,V, gjiusiness 143, Cho- Arqg51f2,,,3g14jg,.Qg4 P13jfmI3QgAiSr. Play' I4jj7ALibi22?y Club UQ,- A ' fl f2jg,1Hre Marshal f3jg Basketball Man- Q ' KagerlI3fYb4QAff22LL-I 'ffl' wig? , ,wif Scott A-.V ,igiggs . 5-2,64 E s K fjgig.-H A-'k W Ski Club 5135 Y 1' M gf 4A , , ,n g ff. my Q , . H K ,,. W,, A,n. , 32535551353--i45i?PePr553F4,Q-,3fQ ,-lt La 5 Glenn Hollcnbach "Tums" 8-23-64 Vo- Tcch Auto-Body WCA 121, Baseball 11, 2, 31 V f Miqlgael lgloffert 3 ikigrieullurc FFA 51,4 2, 3,5515 F1542 cnapffnizqf V VFFA AhMsorY41: F7146 Marshal- 1 'P li Hollen bach 43- 1 --Rod" 1,1153-64 Agriculture Q FFA 11, 2, 3, 41, FFA Reporter 13. 1 41 Gary Hokc "Hokic" 8-28-64 Industrial Arts Jolm 71 Houck "Whop" 3-2 7-64 A ca demic Student Council U15 Band ll, 2, 3, 41, Jr. Play ll, 21: Sr. Play U15 Soccer ll, 2, 3, 41: Basketball ll, 2, 3, 41, Track fl, 2, 3, 415 Cross Country I3, 415 Fire Marshal 1315 Sophomore Vice Pres. 121 Tracey Houser "Pope " I-I9-64 Home Economics DARDA NIAN 13, 42,' Student Council 1l2,' Executive Council 13, 42: Majorette1l, 2, 3, 42: Majorette Capt. 142: Jr. Play 12, 32, Sr. Play 1l, 22: Cheerleader 1l, 225 Maga- zine Capt. 12, 32 Gregory Keeney "Keeney" 9- 7-64 Academic Band 11, 2, 3, 425 Karate Club 1125 Soccer 11. 2, 3, 425 Class Treasurer 1125 Photographer 13, 42 l Q bhrikiikirfmih ll , ' ffhickerimanf' N, 1 ffm ,11, 12, 2, 1141: Fire Mafgnaifw nsamiifegneyiito-ggi , , if frk- 1Le2defz132fgi, P Susan Kiene USMC.. ll-5-64 Home Economics Executive Council 13, 42, Library 1 Club 13, 425 Baseball Scorekeeper 13. 42 Nevin Keeney, H NNW., 4- , 2-25-64 Acauleniic Band 11, 2, 3, 425 Karate Club 1l,g2, 13, 425 Baseball 1l, 22: Fire Mar- shall 13, 42 3, 425 Basketball 11, 2, 3, 42: Track ' ug Sherec K lopp "Sherrie " Wg-24-64 vo- Tech Data Processing 'EXecZftl'Ve'-Council U15 Hostess l415 6 Hockey QQ 3, 41 Mark Kershner "Mark" I -29-6 5 Vo- Tech Auto Mechanics Student Council U13 VICA U15 Track U1 52:24-6-fe ttr iii etrr 'fAe3g1engfc lD4fRDANI?1 tag! 41. tffixgcuffife Cfiifncfggfsgii41,f?Na-2? I-form? Soc: 566343521 3f42:r1Qlr.e fMiss2aCoh- gfreriiifeff41????g-zg?Twf1g1,ffr51, 2423, 43 igasggezbglgglf Qgiidaiageigf-i ,225 62413 fH0?ff-'WI' -MJQ S0912-Sllablsl 441,--In 631: Class 1 Hggkejq5Cz1pt. 6211 6 l 4 Ki:'viii'Kt39use11 6 5 1 3125-64, 5 41ggPep1 Bagiid fig 2jj93,741g.IrL' V - V 1kPlayf2f4Q, 415 Sr, Playfg 2,6 415 1 I 5 ,Ski 2, Soccer UQ 2, 3, ffl: Baseball U, 2,3 32141: Fire?Mar- sbaifK31jlStz1ge Cfrewlcfl, 3, 41 Kathleen Kramer "Kramer" 5- 10-64 Business TEL 13, 415 Student Store 141: Jr. Class Play U1 'B Bernice K reitz "Bernice " 6-28-64 Home Economics Nz1t'l Honor Soc. 13. 415 Library Club U, 41 Jeffrey LaFollette td "Jeff" zfzs-as V0-Tech iiLfPE'E.:f1fi Autg Mgchgnfgg iFEAi2fE11:l3TraCk 112: Baseball 111 Eugene Lafollette V "Curt " 9-25-64 Academic DARDANIAN 13, 41,'Sr. Play131,' Wrestling 1415 Stage Crew 141 4 4 "Lf1'kLw32'ff5:a--llif 1 1 ?if9f65' ' a l , . , .. W,,t...m-.mx Ji, D55-3124 WAN! qt S f - V...izzfifziizegilzfilfa-'Wfiif giifgi' f ' hr, 11?-iQQCy?fhi3 Lempifgeffiffiiit V 24 ECQHQWICS 3 1639- 4 V I James Leisey "Bird " 7-6-64 Industrial Arts V ,A Wendy Light "Wendy" I-29-65 Business Student Council 1l1,' TBL 13, 415 TBL Vice Pres. 131: TBL Pres. 1415 Student Store 1415 Hockey 11, 215 Magazine Capt. 1l1 V, Debra 1LtL?Z-if 4 i 2-ti 2 9-17-64 2 egltggsiggss TBL 53, 425 Student Store 254255 e2ty W'Ne?enetzeiLyon f I A , njvetten A -. . , V 4-22-64 Aeademic,yDARDAN1AN 53, 42g Swdenz Council f22,' Chants fl, ZQU34 42g'Chorus Pres, M25 'Band Il, 22,' Fire Marshal f32f'gM3giiZit1e Capt. 12, 325 Track Stat. I 12: Soft- ball Scorekeep62Q5ff21f,'2Hockey Scorekefeper I3 2 - Lori Lorah . ..1-Ori.. 2 .3-22-64 , - Business TBI, fs, 42: stud.-51zSz0fe f42: Hockey 1125 met tn: Meig- 3zine'Capt, U25 -L,, ' ' V ' , Brian - "Brian iiigziii f 1 6-4-64 V I' z if ,A.'. . Business fx, 425 Nm Honor Soc. 13, 425 TBL 13, 425 St:1de,fiff5ie1'efj42g,Chorus fl, 3, 425 SEDECIM KZ, 325 Aecomp32iiStf2,L 3, 42: SEDEC 1-M Accompanist I-425 County C horui 6425 Magazine Czig5,QfQ,'t 42 Jayne Malsbury V - - "Jayne" 6-5-64 ' ' V. f Academic Chorus U, 22: 2, 3, 42g Track 'Stat 122: Tennis CHPI- 00 -2 ' ,Q Lf, - Demke Mazess , "Denise"- 1 I2-23-63 A Academic DARDA NIAN I3, 425 N317 Honor Soc. U. 42: Hostess 142: Skf'CfUbHf'4ft' Hockey tl. 2. J, 425 Hockey Co-Capt. KZ, 325 Soflbalilifif 2, 3, 425 Magazine Capt, U25 Stage Crew U2 Corinna M 0 ycr "Corinna" V - 4 A - 11-20-63 L w n, 4ifl1rfjif1mL:7g4-epnonnpicsi f 1 nnn n Qfffpmff?Kg,4fiiz 5g ig b 2 , n 14,4-65 t,'k .A I V :V in .V'k ,K fqyy .. k'h'k FFA 12, Jfdjgfz-5A Chapifnigs ,4 4yQfqh5ru55if51gl k2.'-fi'?,'ii,lfj?iil SEDEClM1fVI,2, 31 , r l ' Regina Ncidlinger 1 Gina K A- A- 7-14-64 A A b41de,55ig5f.f DARDANIANV-13. 49: DARDANMNL Co7Edii0ff2:QgA r MagazinemCgQpc.VI2j:Siage Crew C21: Jr.,Pla 35124 41: Sr. Play 12- 41 mL'A L 71 , in 7, " 7 'L " f'Df?f?f1ff-f 10.30.64 V m 4 i iAgricul!urc' I-'FA fl, 2. 3, 42 Julie Moyer M 4VL m W V , njulicv 1 Vkv.' ,'-V i V: ii 7-7-64. in nn Q ' Aczidcinic NJAN 13,425 Nat? PlQnor,SOc. 42: Hoyzcss Mi: Cbordsif fiz1yQf3, A423 Sf. Plz1yf2, 3, 41: Library Clublfxl gzplfi I A A Lika 'Mdycr "Mouscy" i 4-26-64 Home Economics Wendy Peiffcr "Wendy" l- I2-64 Home Economics W Traci Rank "Traci" 9-22-64 Business TBL 13, 42,' Student Store 1425 Cho- rus 13, 42,' Library Club 13, 42 Frederick Phillipy "Fred" 3-2 7-64 Academiiflufifkfg 3 1 Band1l, 2, 3, 42 Tennis 11, 2, 3, 421' 1 Magazine Capt. 112 V I' 1 Tammy Ream f'Tammy" ll,-20564j'kl.'iy I Academic Stud25rQflCi3ugnci1-11121 Chorus 1121 Track 1722 W A. Darrin Rank "Pap" Il-26-64 Vo- Tech Masonry Baseball 11, 2. 3, 42 3 , 3 Martha Rogers 1, "Martha " , 8428-64 Business 2 TBL 13, 425 suidem srofe 142 gz,3w.1Qg ,W 1 R ussell R ohrbuch "Turkey" 12.4.64 Vo- Tech Muehinisl Toulmzzker y f,B?fl?flrSjQ1Zfi?ffCIf,f 1 Q , - , R10-31-64 T iff lRl'-5 RDARDANIA 41-' SEDECIM f+?e494I 431 Jff Pffvf K? 2' 3' Chffflwdviff?+ff3J429?5?flfi4iZff?iQQ1Sfi???5 fi 42?TB2SQ4ff1?fll5GL?rff1fU1?12-vie1345495T T HOSICSS T Wiilei-'lg .lcff Rudy "Rude" 86-28-64 Vo- Tech C Z1 rpcntry Cheryl Schvclfer Al , ucfhcr-YQQ kk . K I 3-18-54h my ' lAlCfSdbkf1fe R RRRT R U ' 4T f QATRQANmrNfgg3fQqS4JQQqS4paem Cullncil li V21 3, 4,52 SEDECIMWJJ R'RA 5f??f4'ff' 24 3- 471 Pff1?L5f?U!iff'?'fP?1liFfZ1Tfbfdf 52' 3- 411 , W4 W Lucinda Rudy "Fred" 2- I3-64 Agriculture F FA M2 5 3 Q. Cheryl Schneck 'Schncckie " 3-I I-64 Vu-Tech Dum Processing Student Council Q15 VICA 121: Hockey ll, 2, 3, 4j,'S0lYbz1ll ll, 2, 3, 42 John Schocner " Whittie" I I0- I5-64 Academic Ski Club 11, 2. 315 Soccer 1l, 2. 3, 415 Track 1415 Baseball 11, 2, 31 Fire Marshal 13, 41 V Paul Shirk "Paul" 2-ll-64 Vo-Tech Auto Mechanics FFA 1215 Band 1I1,' Soccer 1l, 21 Michele Seifrit "Michele " 10-2-64 Academicfv 15jji-if-QQ--f DARDANIAN 13, 41- Chorus 11. crlr 1 cchc 215 Track Sm. 121: Tennis 12.tt31:-ff Basketball Stat, 13, 41 A .1 . George Sholl is e5QQQQ,Q7gifgfheezgimanf' 4-26-641 1?-if if F Industrial Arts i Jolie Shearer "Jolie " 6-8-64 Academic DARDANIAN 13, 415 Executive Council 131: Natl Honor Soc. 13, 415 Flag Twirler 12, 3, 415 Basket- ball 1l, 2, 3, 415 Hockey 11, 2, 3, 41,- Softball 1l, 2, 3, 415 Gym Leader 131: Hostess 141: DARDANIAN Business Manager 141 Rodney Slioll Y ..S0d,. K ,A Industrial Arts if qiil 5 1F4'il lliaseball 11. 2. 3, 41: Executive Ijglffiycafwcif 131 1 Brcnda Shupp "Brenda " 6-28-64 Business DARDA NIAN U, 41, Nat'I Hon- Of SOC- U. 41: TBL U. 41, Student Storc I-11: Chorus fl, 2, 3, 415 SE- DECIM K41: Accompunist 131: Band fl, 2, 3. 41: Pep Band f2, 3, 41: Jr. Play 131: Sr. Play 131, News- PHPW I31 Lori Smith "Lori" I1-9-64 Business DARDA NIAN U, 41: TBL U, 415 Student Store I41,' Sr. Play I415 Magazine Capt. 12, 41 fR'?b?!ffQ5'Wf'e i B 1 ' 4 l 1 , yew, . Hjflil' fI7,2,3,jfc wiwdldfng Student Cauheizl 53, 43, FfFAfitl1: Chorus f 115 SEDECI M f 115 Wres- tling IB, 41: Baseball U, 2, 3, 41 Daniel Steinhaucr ' 1 1 Auto-Dieselg 531 FFA U15 soccer my Psei 7-15-64 V0-Ted" Kevin Smith 1 . ' J '7'Kevin,' A Q H Academic y fTfacckf13. 41: Fl.fC? Marshal 531, - it Q 'iMz1ga2z'ne+Cazpt, 1215 Stage Crew Terry S tertzcl "Stcrtz " 5-7-64 Academic Soccer Il, 2, 3, 41: TFSICIYVU' 2- 3 41, Cross Country 141: Fire Mar shal f41: I Janet Strunk 2 "Janet" , ' 7-16-64 ' Business DARDA NIAN 53, 42: Student Council 5325 TBL f3, 425 Student Store C425 Chorus ll, 22,' Bzmdll, 2, 32g.lr. Play IZ, 325 Sr. Play 122: Track Stat. C32 g V n n G egiarmfazs ff -7ffTriv" L 5-23-64 n nnn f 2 f , Academic DA RDA NIA N 0,2425 Chorus 51, 2 3, 425.111 Play f3, ,42,' sf. Play I1 42: Tenmk fl, 2, 3 25 Magazine Capt. f22g Stage Crew 13. 42 2 Roxanne Slrohm "Rocky" 7-26-63 2 2 kyxftaci Strohm "Trac" 7,141,624 - ' Vo-Tech ' Food Preparation Cheerleader 122 2 . f' LCM Weaver. on 2 "Le"Hn" V SQ 2-7-64 FFA141 1 nMark Weiss - L 'fWeiss" 9-14-64' Academic Brenda Wenrich "Brenda " 11-21-64 , , Home Qcorzomics SharoniWiseL ' "S1mrdn"ff- 1 2 -- 2-20-64 l c1 1 Business-1 TBL 13,42gStudenlSIorq.l42g1, Colleen Carvalho ' 4-24-64 5 Academic Executive Comix VU, 42: Track- Cross Coz1ntrylf425 1 l- , W T 'E 'karen Gitendiiar 1 Stage Crew Ul,i'22 A "Cole-' 1, V rf, 2. 2, 141: Tennis rf. 2, 21:12 1 12-9-64' 2 1 --'Academic Executive Council U, K42: Jr. m, - 4 Play U, 22: Sr. Playuffl, t22i 'L E V V Track Il, 2,-3,-425 Tennis f1,,2, A H! 3, - 42: Magazine Capt. H212 Y 5 f 2 2-10-64 1, HJAQ2dB!f2fCi4l Band 1,' 121' 354425 Magazine Capt,--. U, 22 fle- ,, -,, L1 i 222' 1 ? so-Lori,-Yeakleyt , VffLorj" l0'l5'64T 1 75' 12 fa- 2 2. 80557655 mms, ffjfsiua.-5221 sim 5542511 1115 y f3 2g -rm ck 0 21 Tennis l12g-Magazine Capt.itf32L-32 ,L A m U K 1 Yeakley 2 1' "2-'Take-". 2 1, ,Y .L 512242611 M Academic Ka-raft: Club 512:elQymELeadar 1l32i W Ruthferole -K -li ilk jWe1fdy2i6El5f'1' t"Ruth"t 1 1' A i AQ! ll 'Aifademic Nat? Hon9rSoc. I3, 425 Band U, 2, - ' 3Q 4 2,' Class Pres. KJ, 42:1Ba'skctbalI ll, 2, 3, 425 Hockey Il, 2, 3, 425 Softball U, 2, 3, 425 Hockey Capt. F41 Flo P2 Floss 'kfflossicz 'x Jqnfbl ffcacfemzf. E xg4,U+iUCC,cunc,u ICBHJJDAR' DA !1fl'A!Vf3J"fJjC"'5or'u5f0j Flag 'l1,.:ir'lCIC T32s31'-1.53 f-'PQSYQT' i3-21141, 215,453 50415411 ff,2,5,vJ3 4 Track C155 Class 5ec.C:,J.,3,HJj Class TFGCLS' C35 TMQKQQTGL 5 1-l,d.,ffr5+DrrMQna3er 00 Flefchfir' D. Bo? Ugrouon I 6" July 11 Qugnqgs Dardanzanfbsqjj Afq+'l Honor' Soc.-C331-I55TBL Ifby-i 53 RE. fig Ion Qiublljj Dafridnlan Baslnegg Mah- Q5Q,f'63,'1D Ffcmk N. 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No Zine Cam- paign.. fhemmnf fK1.ffJ,.,Qz0f1LI'l'l9 ff? 0 hear f'Tu.Ipelvoc1K6n f?re.:LSChoolS-0156531 over 'Hue mdfo..,MnScarpyha+ds pizza ..,Mrs. Bal+l505ers morolecl ceiling , . , Those airplanesllymj ove:-Slfuay hal lS.,. fha Iosi day ofS'Cfw0o!,..V flax, bo1H-loin. , . 1Jp0r'+S !'nH'r0-HGH ,,. ,LOG king Clhffcld "ILO We fwfwo.. , Music off +47 fe ca,feJff,zL. . , OuraCi rS1LCloyC1S jQf'Qf5h mon.. .Sewing up Hia Scone for 'Me Sn C lass pf'c+ufe4 , ,jgf-,oY, pope rs, ,Wwe her-vo swrackfng yeofipoa li 56SSi'onS which made +hfS'bool: P0551 Typing zz love lczzcri' 1 ,k,,, I ' 56 3 Gcc. this is Ibnfi' ls lzzrgu group rvully Ihis . , , ' 1-1 I Did you mnkc il lHlSl21kC., bormg' Look ill lhosc dnnpluxf N ' xv V- K-N11. .. . Sf'3i'ff'?if 4- f N i 5 ,Ss mwgw ,iw . -. . 253352 K " .K - " ' .. . my i - M5152 3 W , lg, SY 3 J I ,Q ' Q 'QE as N vs Q 5 5 nn Q37 N V 4 g J A SP' 'M Sh an 'Q f Af., Y W avi' ' 1 l F 2 Bm 'iii r .N rf - 'Z g ' f -' ' T b.., L i . . 9-if 2- ve: " ,vi V ,1g.ffff5f f q...,w,.... Comparing notes again.'? At the books again! TY Wi Wi EW? l f A .. 5--Lfwy g ,. , Q New- KL . H ks J-1 K my " Ami: J Wow! I don 't get itf? Q, -I LPEHGC E ' JR. MISS Tina Care Being a Jr. Miss has been one of the best experiences of my life. I have met many new people, which I feel will create lasting friendships. It 's hard to believe the closeness of the girls throughout all the practices and up to the Hnal day. This experience started back in .I une when three other girls and I attended preliminaries at Schuylkill Valley, We were interviewed by a panel of judges who chose one girl who would represent her school in the county. Next, all the contestants began to get acquainted by participating in various activities together. We had a picnic, a swimming party, went miniature golHng, and played a softball game against the Reading Phillies' wives. After all these activities, the practices began. These started on August 16, and occurred every Sunday until the pageant. The night before the pageant, the dress rehearsal lasted until the early hours of the morning. During the day of the pageant, we had a ten minute interview with a panel of four judges and then went out to lunch. After this, we were able to practice our talents and relax for the rest of the day. That evening, before the show began, all the girls were given f7owers. The theme of this year's pageant was "New York. " In the beginning we had to run through the audience dressed as sidewalk shoppers in New York City. Next came our youth fitness competition. We all did two routines together using top hats and canes. Individual talents followed. For my talent, I performed a modern jazz dance to "The Music and the Mirror" from A Chorus Line. Lastly came the evening gown competition and the winners were announced. I loved the whole experience and I would surely do it again if I had the chance. JR. MISS CO TE DER .ST O s kg' J I fs ,. K m M 'O .E , I ' I 'f Q' ' 4 .. . 21 4' . f ll, f-il., If .V .LK . . ' -E Sherry Kmmcr . 4 YEQN 'da 4: 1: If L W Xxx- 'Y I K' c- - ' v , X , ,, lr, L f - LE V .AW if ,X pf r if Melanie Gottlricd Cheryl Scha offer iN , nf- fla- I 65 x ' A , ' NN ' I 0- 9 ' 'r X1 -- f ,1 ,5im 1 if , ATIONAL HO GR SOCIETY 'M - W.. .. 5 my . I ft' is itz . 5 Dinan-n.. . iii F V---w-aug f 5 f gi . M. Miss Ketner, James Boyer, Susan Bohn, Jolie Shearer, Kevin Krause Lori Boltz, Deneen Ebling, Brian Luckenbill, Brenda Shupp, Sherry Kramer, Bernice Kreitz, Wendy Ziegler, Melanie Gottfried, Denise Mazess, Lawrence Leitzel, Fred Behney, Julie Moyer, Tina Care. Every March a ceremony is held in the auditorium for the induction of new members into the National Hon- or Society. This organization is composed of Juniors and Seniors who ha ve been chosen by the faculty for their traits of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. These distinguished students all maintain an 86 average or above. At the last ceremony, speeches were given by Renee Krause, Debbie Derr, Janet Bashore, and Pamela Keeney on the qualities ofa National Honor Society listed above. Mr. Koenig was chosen as the guest speaker because of his upcoming retirement. He spoke on the changes that ha ve occurred in our dis- trict since he attended school. Following the ceremony, refreshments were served in the library for the members and their parents. I ? 2 Sherry Kramer, sec.g Wendy Ziegler, pres.: Lori Boltz, vice pres H0 TESS S 1 A X Making sure L'l'L.'f-lllll-llg is eorreet in the program. One ofthe very Hrs! welcomes a person receives as he or she walks through the doors of THS will come from our hostesses. These girls are all Seniors chosen for their scholastic achieve- ments. The girls are always present at assemblies, band and 'ff 'lf'-f'L"'-'U' f""f'.'5 Fm" -"UU """' f' t""lU' choral concerts, banquets, plays, open house, baccalaureate ser- vices, and commencement. lt's nice to know that whatever pro- gram you attend at the high school, you will always be greeted with a warm smile. Lori Bollx, .lulie Moyer, Sheree Klopp, Susan Bohn. Denise Mafess, .lolie Shearer, Deneen lfbling, Sherry K ramer, Tina Care. FU e 'CQ X Everyone lends a helping hand at the "Apple Festival. " These are just a few items manutlzetured at Sterling Drugs. Keep on stutting the lettuce in. Rick. Q vt H It takes a steady hand to do a job like this RAI ER A' ,. ,.--5 H ,H - , .W ..k..,mx,.,,-W' Everyone wants to learn how to make lace. Nambe. e , , , ,,, . 'V,-, L L L L ' A We -,.' g f .. "4 ' ,. 1 - 1 f , ,,. 'Lm" . L V sg "" " ,MM .,,n.,, . F 1-f f f-yigrg. . e 'uf 2 .,. . " ' ' . In ..,, ., M :. Vkrrkr V, - '- A, S v -A 4 ,A W , ' 7' 2w',..'f K ,J .. . Hgh... ,3,iff,M.W 5 'HI' R A-...ef-lv 1- -4' 4+ ' . " Spinning thread to make lace. gi o 5... Shake them fries, Kevin. f V. 4. Boy, does this look good. U. N f w L '0' F Y D 2 Q Y SL CL S 3 ! - .,. , ........,..,f'x""' MuL.u..u,.x.. Nw-lmtg 541 4 Mizz , CQ? 'xim--if Siihblim, ..n1.,.Lc.z.,.JJwJ' .. The Juniors have just one more year to go and it's Hlled with new activities and responsibilities. The prom, the sandwich sale, the play, and their dance are a few of the fund raising activities. These things will help the cost of the class trip next year seem smaller. This year the Juniors ordered their class jackets. It will be one of the many reminders for the Class of '83's years at THS. GOOD LUCK, JUNIORS! 5.-d1Vs,q.f . -,ulvqp Officers and Advisors: Melissa Moyer, Mr. Crim, Janine White, Mr. Schwartz, Carol Rudy, Mr. Hepner, Alretta Baker, Mrs. Genelow. flu...-. S-g N, ' gi H -1 .,,.,.:tgm.,, x r- zpfg., ,gh , ii :weft gt' ,- -,,-. , y .2 ,. ,E ,, Q .,. .L ,K , ,fig il ,W , fx' -r N 3 V J A :Z l if at '32 M! Steven Arthur Alretta Baker Jeffrey Balthaser Janice Bashore Ann Batdorf Jamie Batz Julie Bausher Jay Behney Douglas Bender Mary Bennethum Laurie Bettinger Dawn Bicksler Jay Bicksler Brian Binner Lisa Blatt Brian Blouch Brian Boehmer Pamela Boltz Ray Boltz Angela Burkhart Sherry Claman Nannette Coryell Patricia Da vidheiser Susan Davis Levi Deitzler Paul Deitzler Lori Derr Lynn Deiffenbach Kathleen Downs Todd Dreisbach Denise Emerich Brian Etchberger Daniel Evans Robert Evans Marcia Fansler Michael Fedora Darlene Fisher Kelly Flannery Michelle Furillo Melonie Gingrich Eric Gottfried Natalie Harman 1, ll a x : ,h , ,,, he ilvv,, S J ' e f t ..,, i ,. 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A w . . , x . gt. gz we '-fat.,:1Ef3,,,uJew if X N5 gwj h YQ 3 . -r .k1'i fl tseef ff J 12: K' I t f "Two more years to go, " said an excited Sophomore. Its true, and the best years are about to come. The Sophomore year is a turning point for many. Choices must be made, such as: going to vo-tech or business next year. The class rings are ordered and the Sopho- mores have a dance. C9523 s........J' Officers And Advisors: Seated: Andrea Demmy, Glenn Schneck, Joyce Oakman. Standing: Mr. Scheirer, Mr. Winter, Mrs. Balth- aser, Mr. Graeflf Miss Fausnacht. E ag! Scot Adams Dale Andrews .f C V V ' ' ZA j f William Baker ,Q -H 1 Dean Balthaser Vi V Darryl Barto ' 2 ' I Lisa Bashore Michael Bashore Michele Bashore V- V James Beck Michelle Beiler .flaws , SHWRS. . gy 'atnuss ielfl 143 "fl ' il f i ' VA.. ,,, I C . ws ' K fa dfv e?!fe . ,ff . V It Kevin Blatt 1-5 2 J f w, if 2 i-10435 - lifaetc Paul Blau Teresa Bohannon Barry Boltz Dennis Boltz Michael Boltz Penny Boyd Daniel Brown be- ! . A .. Kirk Brown V Rod Brown 5 W. Terry Brown --Y Anne Bubbenmoyer Marilyn Bulliner Q DeLynne Burkey l ft. 1 John Burt Michael Bylina Jon Caplinger A? A' Amandon Carles Holly Cocks , . A Lisa Cooper Deborah Curtis , Theresa Da u b V Deana Da wson Stephen Day 2 r E K 7 Kelly Dechert " 'B Timothy Deck Andrea Demmy ' ' l g f Vin kk1-'1 mf, - My f,, ,wg 'w. ,Q 1 , 5. -4 P U '-2- M .fm sim: ,f V' wer! .a caet A , . j ' f--3' V J I 1- ' , ig X , gil-Q if iff? Q me it . lyy ,NL 1, i ,, i LVVV V' Q W -is A.-, eff . .1 -' J' - V . .. .,, V V .,,, V , T 4, ig - V -V I. VV . 4'i- I tet A e.-' f 1 , - g - J izfdwc 'fy V "ii - i 4 ' 'f'T'i 'ffl - l:" 4 , I Doris Derr , Thomas Derr fl- I Daniel Do erty fig 1 fi' , B5 " F11 W Patrick Donovan . f- filgxk' ,f . ' YV W 'V 'fa Roy Doolm V ai- -1 1 'll' 'L si 'Hia ' Y , A ,R+ J, . 4 ., V ,Q ,, L. ' JFK AY V lin- -,L 1 ft, K . ---f NK V at ' if AZ,- v , 1' AW' S l N x .5 - -ff 'L . . , my A., 4. 'sigh' Leah .- 2, ' - tt., 'ge , .tz:ggf5y,, 1 , ' w H, iz!! M fa a , K t f. "' ' fe ' - ,.,-... ' 115421 ew J f J l 5 1 7,fft2,.N , v 7 5 Troy Edris Rebecca Emericlc Eric Etzweiler Julie Fake Keith Falatovich Valerie Fornwalt Richard Fox Douglas Freeman Tammy Froelich Thomas Furillo Jane Gerhart Debora Gettle Nicole Goss Todd Graeff Nathan Haueisen Jennilyn Heffner Melissa Himmelberger Sheldon Hill Rodney Hocult Karen Hoffman Sally Hotzman Michael Hower Jill Huey Kenneth K eefer Gary Keller Steven Kerner Michalene Kershner Emanuel Kiene John Kissling Susan Kissling Brad Klopp Dean Klopp Pamela Klopp Crystal K ofroth Gerald Kramer Cheryl Loose Jill Lorah Scott Lorah Brenda Luckenbill Dwayne Lutz Patrice Lyon George Mason .. ...-. vw.. fl at 'Wi L My 11 - 'M .1339 iii Lf, +545 ' ff Mi. :WF 5, ' N- "' ,,,,. 5 ,V egg? 'K 7.. lgy 1 ff a ,, 7 fl. A . . I Y ' n ff' A WN -wa? -- 'QW .tsekkt 5 1 .Al ,l,. I L, -,:.g,,. o:Z,,,, Q A 'fl' P Il' A fl J it f?:'1"' ki ?1--,kind , J yeylt K 5 1. H ,..r . 1 W is L ,lm +V. "-mjnvf' ,Q .. ' , 1. Wm. Ge 1 5 f rg? f'f1,.- . silv Te Andrea Maas ,Y - "':' ' Carol Mehler h Kevin Merkey t . et ' 'i E ' 539' P - ,L '5f:"'ff f' frets' ' , A Melissa Messncr L . -f wa' me . . ifff ,H Bonnie Miller ' Leesa Miller Michele Mosser t, X A, H I V Donna Moyer A ' P U t 5 Karen Moyer ixy ' ew J AN 15 Q Q' V ,A Llewellyn Moyer 4. -'my N A :AV 'V Robert Muir xi Mary Ann Musselman , Vicky Nagle Joyce Oakman William Palmer It .V -'iff . at nm x. Lawrence Pappas Diane Patten Jolynne Prizcr - Celia Reber Susan Reber Scott Reifsnydcr Timothy Reinhard Steven Rhoads Daryl Ritchie K' -WP W . Ag? ' " ' Leon Ritchie Frederick R ogcrs Jodi R o yer , -- t"'l3: Vicky Royles Michael Schaeffer Glenn Schneck 1 JU? 'X' Ar EM -Hr -- A Ja y Sciglried ' ' Nichole Shaltc-rs S T Tim Shank ir hh LQ ' , 1 ' yvw , K t. fe x nn- x 1.-, te. A f ' 4f"'i1t ' if 1 'N W ' ' A -M jf? Bonni Shartle f A Dale Sheidy ' MR ' Zena Sheidy Z Corine Shirk ., 'ii' Theresa Smith 1 Richard Snyder R osann Snyder .N Timothy Snyder i' dl Kim Soliday a ? J .S rv 'Htl' ' "f T 5:92 it vt' .S to tttt if . Q - : 'ttir errft 1 w wf - 'Y fr ' , 5- 5 K .. .. :fl ' Z z 5 f-ea if .tl If' A t 155' 3. w :E l .. rr 25 ! t get Q4 5 , gay .,,k Jar' ey 102 9 ' ffl 3 A -3 -my ,, . L , 1 We it . Q 15, t , , K ' wt ,X t Y t i t A Lt, -V ,, . ,ag , 5 39 l ..-annum-i f a mmf '3 W' W- 1 -tftsiflef: Efwf ' is . c 115 ttrt 1 vista, fy., ,ww n. I P A ' ' iii " w z, .,.- Li it g 'L ' ' 1 , i E, 4, Y JW I1 rtfl " Z ' ,rf- .ir -st ,,.- L f, mf' Ev . gf ' 1, M s 'X ,,,1, L t V .W I fm-an - he A A ,if L ,Qi.,,,,f: -. 'J ' ' a l Elizabeth Zimmerman Kevin Stertzel Steven Stoltz Angela Strickler Candace Swope Ralph Trautman Jeffrey Umbenhauer Corbie Underkoffler Lynda Underkofler Tina Wzznner Hope Wealand Gregory Wea ver Britt Weber Gary Weiss Terri Wolf Kelly Yeakley Robert Yost Thomas Zerbe Debra Zimmerman ft. We-vi' l 4 ,f ' , , ,azz '93 A5 2 Ji' im 2 H.. I,-i tu an Rs XT f M game Q N km , 0 :calm Usually Freshmen are lost for at least two weeks, but the Class of '85 knew their way around within a few days. They ha ve a lot to look forward to for the next four years. This year's activity is a dance which will help the class get ready for the other dances in their future years at THS. Officers and Advisors: Seated: Mrs. Lcininger, Mrs. Althouse, Mr. Ferrencc, Miss Kctner, Standing: David Rausch, Keith Etchberger, Kevin Stupp, Drew Dreisbach. fds, ky ,LN 'Cr' , ff, . - Y J,, -- ' . ,,, ' ' Q it .ff, S tt... f R X f t l fx. .. ij A ,fab K-Q-.. 0 t W X i H,-W , tt 45-1 it 111' ' 451 , s ',, ' ' 4 5195, i:'.,f g gf A 'vw Y my Q "va-fit IWAQ, x 3 lv 1 f..-I .,,.,,. on ' 1- ,V N , 55 .. 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YQ Jeff Martin Sonya McGuire Carl Messner Sterling Meyer Chad Miller Q ' s.,, M i ' I Gif I "t" j fm A k'Kxr"" Q24 - 1 W e.l:..:f"3? . IV, . if ,,," N .f , EZWI. tlf pv-iw- J ' if ' W 2, ri . -fa, . 17, Y S :E if hi ' ,- it 2, x W Q l 4 A,,,, , , J L . ff I ,,,,gg .K 'ta - ,, M .,: ,x,+- . ' f ' A f ..,, ,,. -E if 4. F5 at be at 15 f 1 'K f ,. SAQ, .. :"""?- .Q V I 'W I V413 1 " if 6 1 , an :I A" an , SY 35 X --.iff I..-5 3-' -P ,D 1 5 Mi 51 fig 2 ef ,V . " D X 1 S E 1 twin Q v-TA m V Q Q: ,fig M: Cu' 1- M ga 1 n n 25.41 tlt e R M' -e L zz, ' f'3Wl:Qfe5 7 f' N I s 1 ,. A X it P sw '-fiiiiig 1 fr tif "5 :W c' ., gi ,,.f -"'?sf'1Q f aff. ,4-Q.. . ,,,k,k,,,Mr Michael Miller Pamela Moyer Penny Naftzinger Todd Oxenreider Michelle Pichar Colain Pierson J. David Rausch Debra Ream Eugene Ream Jimmy Reber Tony Reber April Rentschler Jeff Rhoades Eric Rubright Brian Scharff Cindy Scholl Glen Schrader Thea Sheidy Brian Shepler Sarah Shirk James Shupp Ta mm y Smith Scot Snyder R ory Sta uffer Margo Stitzel Sally Strickler Jodee Strohm Connie Strunk Dennis Stupp Kevin Stupp Mark Sweitzer Terri Trautman Wendy Valentine Lisa Walmer Rory Weatherholtz Eric Webber Donald Weidman Joel Weidner William Weiss Linda Wise Juliana Woznicki Timothy Wolfe QS y:y y in J vw N it-ff' 'rx ix 'hx ik IST 11 i. Q t L 3, 1 A Y S J N. Q Q , N' 1 N""9' f, 1 . 35-nfs? ,y, I af' k ,x hz . KU b xx I saw? -Q 'ttt , , I , I . V 'fb-K' 15. A "sv-ft e V ' , -3 A .0 Y. ., ff , X, X 7 '49 tesia T i t T wa tt y i t 'R steamy lk 5 ab ' ' if ' P R V .W I -M 6, k,1. ',,k ,gay + la 1, ,rm t W. Joel Ziegler nt 5 'W wg l 4 9 QE is N. fa, V 1 ef f K :Sis , , 4' Juniors without pictures: Cindy Gerhart Susan Olesh Dwayne Miller Sophomores without pic- tures: Tim Gaston Scott Kantner Bonnie Miller Troy Lash Ralph Troutman .lenise Boltz Freshmen without pictures: Christine Boltz Peggy Keller Ronald Koch Stephanie Yacomes if v f S' Uri 4 I y XX, N Joseph Young Desirre Zechman Q Cheryl Zeigler X Melissa Zeller M ll ':"'V 6 Da vid Zerbe X A ' mf ,..1 Hard at work. y , , Don't we take a good picture. L 'Q ffm X KX QR 'S v5 f 2'-fwfwf A VV' wtf DARDANIA K ima Wea! Row l: Deneen Ebling, Tina Care, Regina Ncidlinger. Row 2: Melanie Gottfried, Denise Mazess, Brenda Shupp, Paula Bicksler, Lori Smith, Sharon Wise. Row 3: Janet Strunk, Kathy Bennethum, Jolie Shearer, Lawrence Leitzel, Beth Schaeffer, Tracey Houser, Jackie Bulliner, Lori Good, Rachel Heffner. Row 4: Eugene LaFollette, Cheryl Schaeffer, Julie Moyer, Brian Luckenbill, Sue Bohn, Rory Heberling, Michele Seifrit. Missing: Steve DeLong. tow --. ,Mt-.. ,,.,,,t ' Tina Care, co-editor and Regina Neidlinger, co-editor, Tulpehocken's representative from the American Yearbook Company, Mr. Andy Santora. ' l "Will you please make up your mind?" x-Y-MWNW jffx. ,,,.ee.. ' Photographers Denise Mazess and Lawrence Leitzel. A 9 v - xv - N' xx Sgt C.. V ST" ii.. wi Sue Bohn, copy editorg and Brian Luckenbill, layout editor. The yearbook staff is a group of dedica ted seniors who work very hard to create a unique yearbook. The staff begins to learn the basics of producing a yearbook in their junior year. Although school ends in June, work- ing on the yearbook continues throughout the sum- mer. During this time the staff has to decide on the cover, endsheets, dividers pages, and what the format of the yearbook will be. In September, the "real" Work on the yearbook be- gins. At this time the yearbook staff starts putting a "dummy" yearbook together. This is just a rough copy of the final book. All this hard work is Hnally seen in June when everyone receives his own book of memories from the past year. "Not all yearbook meetings are this tranquil." TUDE, T COUNCIL Row I: Harry Flesher, William Lcsher, Kirk Brown, Mark Brown, Steve Fisher. Row 2: Rachel Heffner, Nichole Goss. Tracy Strohm, Steve Frantz, Sally Strickler, Kevin Krause, Jon Caplinger, Karen Guenther, Richard Fox, Janine White, Alretta Baker, Doug Bender, Robert Clark, Mrs. Mary Eckton. advisor. f o I? ff o e qfd ' A' f oe. 1' MAL Q uafiif '15 I "Z 'K , .. B. C n -,-2. N "'-N g ' if L... , ' .Q 'sd . A . Q V I A .H f P . g. " f . ' i ff- h N- I ' Tx ' , if vases' A , qi .r-.-' 9 :--xv-'cox-"..,, .-1 12:15 .-' gmac. -saggy 90 . .:.::.,e-.l 1:1--f ,4 - , V . ., ,ea .. 'S 5125325-+ -1 f 'kfltiiif-5' 1' 115452132-. " ..-yqggaf .- ' fi-3,fg:.-1 :qv ' ' ' f -L 3 1 4 A ' 1 Yr ,. was qw . XL Km Student Council is a group of energetic students who help improve the school spirit and atmosphere. They listen to complaints from students and relate them to the administration. This year ,lf .ieev t.ni W many dances were sponsored by Stu- dent Council as well as a food drive for the needy people of the World' Kevin Krause, Vice-President: Jamie Fidler, Presidentg Janine White. Sec.fTreas.: Alretta Baker, Executive Council: Doug Bender, Executive Council. EXECUTI E COUNCIL Senior Executive Council: Row l: Bob Smith, Deneen Ebling, Cheryl Schneck, Sherry Kramer. Row 2: Steven Graeff Scott Adams, Kelly Bickel, Bernice Kreilz, Tracey Houser, Wendy Ziegler, Kathy Bennethum, Patty Brett. The senior executive council is a group of students comprised of one senior from each section. These im- portant people make Hnal decisions on all class business, make arrange- ments for dances, and set up the schedule for the class trip. Just like a politician, they are each student's voice in the senior class. P 4 "mw- Senior Executive Council plans all senior activities, AGATHA CHR STIE MADE Miss Zellers, our dedicated director. I ck 1 .Li-f EDO IT Cast of Characters Police Officer Hootspah . . . .... Kevin Krause Waldo ..............,.. .... M aurice Moyer Annie .......,... ..... S teph Miller Monte Brainard . . . .... Tony Wenger Carl Lloyd ...... .... G ordon Roth Jo-Jo LaMotte . . .... Amy Kissling Jenny Winters .. . .... Kara Seiler Sam Sears .... . . . Mike Knabb Cindy Haines . , . . . . Renee Krause Ruperta Holland .. .... Pamela Keeney "Dutch" Winters ................. Rod Hocutt Police Officer Hootspah, tired of being a cop, decides the quickest wa y to riches and a life of ease is to write a murder mystery. Never having written anything before, he seeks help from a hypothetical book which analyzes Aga tha Christiek methods as a mystery writ- er. In spite of his bumbling manner, his obvious ineptness for the task, and the fact that his people frequently get out of hand, Hootspah manages to put together a play with a barrel full of la ughs, enough suspense to trigger the interest of an y audience, and a cast of high-calibre characters. He blithely ignores some facts of life and law in developing his plot, but this doesn't deter himg he'd put it down to 'poetic license' if he knew the term. 1 CGQPER T E WGRK EXPERIENCE Co-op students receive recognition. Rachel Heffner, Paula Bicksler, Michael Bressler, and Brian Luckenbill are just a few students out on co-op. Two more students on co-op are Tina Cure and Kathy Bennethum, Students on co-op have to ha ve an overall B average in their entire junior year and also in the Hrst and second quarters of their senior year. The jobs which these students are in have to be business orient- ed. These students work one-half day and then return to school to resume some of their classes. Wendy Light starts co-op on March I. A-FE DI W 1 'tWe're just one big, happy family."' 'Mountain Maggie .. . . . . Michele Furillog Maw Fry ,............. ...... N annette , ,Emmffffo fwfefwf, g - 1' Kgfa -3513175 ' lf' ' C 'smitfiii' fjifiwtih v,"f'flg:4e:5Zt,21g'f',gC?Q Vt. Wi' eBe?k! M26 Homo" Wane Hornhonker Poppy Popoff ......, Zeke '?0PQ45f 4 4 ---b - V Tra velin'Preacher . V Wff' ' Wedding Gueits ..... ,,. .... ii, , a V f mi n Ba, Extras 1 W?iD0f0fhX f' ff " sa fp sf V , Q1 ,t Z, iiig s 1 -W p L,,J0yCe iflight chelle Peclra! Juliana Wozru?lti Desiree Zechman Cheryl Zeigler Melissa Zeller V if g J, 1 y "Who me?" "A-Feudin Over Yonder" by LeRoma Greth was this yearls Junior Class Play. The play was a com- edy about two hillbilly families that were feuding because a member of the Popoff family accidental- ly shot a member of the Fry family. By the end of the play, the feud is over because they inter-marry and everyone is happy. VER YC Suzanne allways wears thc latest Hzshions. Family togetherness. DER ,4,,,., I .,,VJb ' i UK "But, Mom, I did wash my hands and fcet,"' PY C5 FIRE MARSHALS AN KI CLUB Y "+-.. 1 I ,ff , Row l: Pam Boltz, Craig Henderson, Steven Graeff Brian Etchberger, Robert Miller, Erik Gottfried, Ray Hershey. Row 2: Lori Derr, John Houck, Wendy Hibschman, Fred Behney, Marlin Snyder, Nannette Lyon, Kathy Bicher. Row 3: Brian Zimmerman, Marlin Zechman, Dale White, Paul Zerbe, Brian Binner, Brian Boehmer, Mike Bressler, Kevin Smith, Blair Eaken, Kevin Krause, Scott Adams, Steve Delong, Glenn Hart, Clark Sattazahn. Row l: Teena LaFolIette, Heidi Eisenbrown, Mike Burkhart, Jon Arndt, Lori Lebo, Joyce Light, Lori Lal-jolcttc. Row Mr. Frederick Ullrich, advisor, Brit Webber, Kevin Krause, Geri Triviets, Denise Mazess, Stephanie Hoffman, James Muir. Row 3: Rick Ycakley. Jon Schoener, Tim Bender, Blair Eaken, Craig Henderson, Dean Bashore, KARATE CL Row I: Mike Burkhart, James Shupp, Keith Etchberger, James Boyer, Mr. Frederick Ullrich, advisor. Row 2: Dwayne Luckenbill, Dean Bashore, Steve Fisher, Mr. Carl Winter, advisor. The Karate Club is a group of students who are taught the art of self-defense by Mr. Carl Winter and Mr. Fred- erick Ullrich. They learn kicking, punching, take-downs, and other methods of protecting oneself without weap- ons. "I really like this new dance." "Don't kick so hard, Dean."' TURE FARMERS fl J Row I: Timothy Deck. James Beck, .lay Bicksler, Daniel Evans. Row 2: Ray Hershey. Lena Wea ver. Lucinda Rudy. Daniel Moyer, William Lesher, Llewellyn Moyer. Clark Sattazahn. Row 3: Steven Stoltz. Patrick Donovan. Craig Shollenbergcr, Carl Hollhian. Brian Blouch, Kellie LaFollette. Dann Bicksler. Leonard Hershey, Robert Miller. Dennis Oswald. Row 4: Nlr. Barry Kellner ladvisorl. Dean Peifler, Rodney Hollenbaeh. Franco Giorgio. Daniel Steinhauer. Gary Deck. Michael Hollert. Chris Kaullinan. Mr. Mike Orendo ladvisorj. YW ""1 Em , I NT if Ll e M. ,, ix Q A KX Qing, -az- hi ii 6 L Ki...WL,,, f I 'Q ' 3 M ,L ...,. I1lL.l..f...L , 'n ,. ,.... ...ft '53 Q K l E: V ? fr 1 Q Q ag A F EA win 4 K whit., A:.fv..,,.. 3. . U , , 41 , Kenneth Lempergel, Connie Strunk, Michael Grabj, Dale Hartranlt. Scott Snyder. Eugene Ream, David Zerbe, GF AMERICA Officers: Clark Sattazahn, Secretaryg Daniel Moyer, Chaplain: Dawn Bicksler, Treasurerq Gary Deck, Prcsidentg Jay Bicksler, Vice Presidentg Rodney Hollenbach, Rcporterq Mike Hoffert, Student Advisorg Craig Shellenberger, Sentinel. Seniors: Lena Weaver, Lucinda Rudy, Mike Hoffert, Daniel Moyer, Dean Pciffcr, Rodney Hollenbach, Franco Giorgio Daniel Steinhauer, Gary Deck, Chris Kauffman. milf e iif' i ' , R e'rf .ffgi , I ' - ,CAL I Organization and ,.aa i "niii f iei'e after , it llee we ",C, '1-e elk A romotesifeailershi ffsef-c ,A t -W., 5592325 It p P' lf- " , Q ,: fzsufafirsga rh, 'kia' 125'.5521wif:-1:axfisxrusfxiieiii it at C 3gflCUlfU1'Cfi and ittttf -',.' , - - - for the American Farmer the StaQeajqT,5gtrgners.gfDe ree hrst. This ear Rodnef , N ,Q if 'eee :af , ,,,e,, y the State Farmers Degree and y at ' at Titfelfor the Americanfarmers' C this distinguished award, "iF2I'H16I' Degree during the state associatiiiijfist tmid-winfej con Ven tion. e y C t I LIBRARY CLU Row l: Geri Triviets, Sally Hotzman, Beth Schaeffer, Peggy Keller, Bernice Kreitz, Ruth Bressler, Lisa Walmer. Row 2: Mr. Bentz Cadvisorj, Julie Moyer, Mary Ann Musselman, Deborah Cooper, Donna Brown. ,rel ' if The students in the Library Club are always kept busy by Mr. Bentz. These girls keep the library's shelves stocked with books, write-up overdue slips for books, and do many more tasks. These students give up their free time to make the library a better place to be. K ti 2,-ve x S W . , 4- 1' Geri lends Ruth a helping hand looking up some important ' ' ' informa tion. Working in the library is not all fun and games, some work is involved. l , taasa of I HORTICULT RE CLU Row l: Jolie Shearer, Nannette Lyon, Deneen Ebling, Colleen Carvalho, Kathy Bicher. Row 2: Kelly McGuigan, Alison Hetrick, Jackie Bulliner, Regina Neidlinger, Susan Bohn. Michele Seifrit, Jayne Malsbury, Tammy Ream, Greg Keeney. Row 3: Deborah Cooper, Blair Eaken, Craig Henderson, Stephen DeLong, Rick Yeakley, Tim Bender, Eric Brown. The Horticulture Club is comprised of students who are is interested in learning the basics of taking care ofa lawn and planting a garden. This year, the Hort. Club was asked to landscape the new Bethel School. They laid out their plans and presented them before the school board for approved. In April, they are hoping to put these plans in motion by traveling to the school and planting the shrubs and trees that ha ve been chosen. All the students are excited over the service they are doing to beautify the community. The Hott. guys take pride in their work. Some of the students who worked on the landscaping plans LPEHGC , -M, 1 atv s ""' Seniors: Sitting: Lori Smith, Faith Kriner, Lori Yeakley, Robin George, Paul Bicksler, Wendy Light, Kelly Biekel. Standing Brian Luckenbill, Brenda Shupp, Lori Good, Janet Strunk, Lori Lorah, Tina Care, Rachel Heffner, Traci Rank, Sharon Wise, Kathy Kramer Kathy Bennethum, Mike Bressler, Bob Berger, Martha Rogers, Debbie Lutz. Tulpehoclcen Business Leaders is a club comprised of seniors who are planning on entering the fields of secretarial work and account- ing. Every year during the third quarter, certain students are cho- sen to go on the cooperative work experience program, where they attend school for half a day and go to work the other part of the day. This benehts many students by providing on the job training. U x 4 ii L .: F wp.,-1' r lfQ' .,i-1-H FW - " A 'hvgifiegaeo ww - , I Q Q 'J 'ei 5 N was f. ill F.,-g ,-1 ol .. ' 0 ... - 'ff illllv g-ij if R ww. -u-un.-.. Wham ja his-.. s N '- Nw-r ,gif BU I SS LEADER Row l: Julie Bausher, Paul Deitzler, Lisa Purcell, Doug Bender, Karen Peiffer. Row 2: Brenda Wise, Kathy Downs, Stacey Luckenbill, Mary Bennethum Janice Wenger. Row 3: Sherry Claman, Mclissa Kitchenoff Melonie Gingrich, Angie Burkhart. Row 4: Rose Houck, Patty Kriner, Carol Loose, Renee Weidman, Pam Boltz. fo X b 4.89, ,H . 1 N ,Q f If Qs ,5 ,'frs I XV.. My xg .NN X 1 "1 al: Rachel Heffner, Secretary: Patty Kriner, Treasurerg Mary Bennethum, Vice-Presidentg Wendy Light, Presidentg Mrs. Mildred Genelow, Advisory Mrs. Patricia Adamczyk, Advisor. 2 OUR EW E GI EERI TEAM Row l: Ron Hocutt, Cheryl Schaeffer, Denise Mazess, Melanie Gottfried, Wendy Ziegler. Row 2: Kevin Smith, John Houck, Mr. Ferrence fadvisorj. Seven seniors represented Tulpehoclcen High School in a competi- tion sponsored by Bell Laboratories and Western Electric. The competition was set up to enable those students interested in engi- neering as a career, a more knowledgeable education in the Held. Several projects were suggested by the company, including building a solar windmill, a robot, or a specialized building for the handi- capped. The objective of the competition was to choose an interest- ing subject from those suggested or one individually developed and procede to advance or improve it. The team chose to create a stable atmosphere for the disposal of nuclear waste. The proposal, A Comprehensive Proposal to the Nuclear Waste Dilemma, deals with the major problem of proper disposal of nuclear waste in today's society. After many long hours of work, the team has written a thorough research paper and proposed outline. A detailed display, which illustrates the team 's proposal, was also designed. "l need a Hve minute break."' Our dedicated advisor, Mr. Ferrence PIRIT 5'5" -i7'g' P fay,f5l "IIE a good thing I brought my thinking cap. " f I dh, rl, , , Q ff Az! sig. -A. A rg '- 'Efalihqf ' .mf 'Al fr , l .O W1 PY ' f x fc I 'Q- I The only way we can have peace is by smoking the peace-pipe. K L Z :sift fggtj "ls my mascara okay?" "I'm on my way up." WEEK The latest in evening gowns. Revival of the "Blues Brothers." This year Spirit Week was held from January 25 through January 29. Each day a different activity was designated in which the student body dressed a special way. On Monday, everyone wore his favorite hat. A variety were seen adorning the heads of many teachers and students alike. On Tuesday, the school colors of blue and gold were worn by many. ln the afternoon a pep rally took place to encourage all the winter sports teams. On Wednesday, everyone dressed in his Hnest. Our school never looked so good. On Thursday, numerous cowboys and Indians could be seen roaming the halls. Western day was enjoyed by all who have a touch of the "Wild West" in them. On Friday, one person could see many doubles in the hall. Twin Day brought out some of the strangest outfits of the week. Girls in pajamas, a Blues Brothers revival, and Mr. Scarpignato look-alikes highlighted the day. Most of all it was a fun week for everyone involved. Hey guys, one Scarp is enough The cowhands who make the grub. TUDE TORE Row I: Lori Smith, Kathy Bennethum Paula Bicksler, Robin George. Row 2: Faith Kriner, Sharon Wise, Wendy Light, Lori Lorah, Kathy Kramer, Janet Strunk, Debra Lutz. Row 3: Lori Good, Brenda Shupp, Kelly Bickel, Mike Bressler, Brian Luckenbill. Row 4: Bob Berger, Tina Care, Lori Yeakley, Traci Rank, Rachel Heffner, Martha Rogers. The student store is owned and operated by the senior business section. In the store they sell pencils, pens, gym shorts, gymbags, notebooks, typing paper, and other school supplies. This year the store sold class ja ckets, which were available to all the Juniors and Seniors. U 0 yy y 1' afffvfvte' 1' 5hAe.n'f' S'l'or'6wM mu I . K I n Z ed 9' LZQQZQQ-M022 f I I K Mrs. Ann Felty, advisor: Paula Bieksler, managerg Kathy Bennethum manager. G: Maja? X fj..al Q' an W 5 1 PAC-MAN salutes the Trojans tiie - it ' fi? . f e ,ai f -fr , ' -'..,L t A Z- .. -,A X my I . .Q i t' .1 f t - im, A ' -',- gi , ,,,, ,,s7f?"b ww,-Q www It wjzrgyr, ,W JW.. We know we've got class! Where did SHE come from? Lucinda and Cindy study very hard. fl' Q., N wr!! S.: gx 1 i ..-an ,ff-4!'n.,, .mu--M-....A,,,, ,..., S iyvuu ,.-st,--M Ich versthehe nicht! i 86 :ff - 'X L R ' wr 4 N ,QV W "'h " , :,, it 4 22 :" . 4- 4 :ima . if L2 . ,, ,af VARSITY GFTBALL Row l: Theresa Daub, Valerie Fornwalt, Carol Loose, Lori Derr, Cheryl Loose. Row 2: Denise Mazess, Renee Krause, Terri Sonon, Wendy Ziegler, Roxanne Binner. Row 3: Coach Keener, Cheryl Schneck, Sherry Kramer, Jolie Shearer, Nina Brown. Seniors Coach Keener and Co-Captains R. Krause and 'lf Sonon The 1981 Softball Team continued their winning way after last year's third place state Hnish. The team breezed through the regular season with a I0-I league record losing only to Twin Valley. Their record qualiHed them for Berks County Playoffs. The team placed second in the county tournament losing the championship game to Conrad Weiser by a 1 -6 score. After this hectic season the team moved on to District III play. .?. ..,. . , ,iq 9 'fv A K Q W4 Q' : M5 ' J! K , s 4 J if g 'Q ,-I M N OUTFIELD: R, Krause, S. Kramer, D. Mazess, L. Derr, 71 Doub, V. Fornwalt 2 H5 - J ivi . 'Q ' 10 of 1 oeee V 0 . eoo' 8 ' 10 Dgfiiel W' --.f 5, .235 fa if f75'z:-.f'f , L 51 5 0 ..,.. 1 ' Q L . . ' p P o F of INFIELD: Row I: J. Sh-carer, R. Binncr, Row 2 C Schneck W Ziegler C. Loose, C, Loose -f Q TH GIRL g ! p ,Q ts 3 fag 3 N.. The 1981 State Softball Champions. 1981 was definitely the year of the Trojan softball team. They began their trek to the state championships by advancing to the finals of the District 3 playoffs with Wins over Biglerville and Greenwood. Even though they lost to Conrad Weiser in the Hnal game of the districts, they still advanced to the state playoffs. In the first round of states, the Trojans defeated Mifflinburg 2-I. In the quarterHnals the girls faced Conrad Weiser again. This time they broke the Scouts' undefeated streak, winning l-0 and advancing to the next round. In the semi-finals, the Trojans breezed past Wilkes Barre 4-0. This brought them to the finals where the girls showed determination and strength to defeat Iroquois 3-0 and become the 1981 State Champions. 41. . U Q a I Q! em ... I The thrill of victory. tv 1981 STATE CHAMP .. e fa. rilf i f 1 . ":' V . . Q. . I x . ,HID u ..,,., EV Q95 e V- V f. ' . ' i iil 1' K JEWP . i a Q . .,V,, ' ,:A, . ggi 2 .... I .Y J Enjoying thc welcome home party i,1 , The victory Callco THS fs . . ,K f--- , ' Mo - We-'fM"'L?'f!f2fg. fg?Q.4??EZ3w!mz:gf1Missa...slew'--1.w5Q.:....fwffff-' Row I: S. Kissling, D. Mzzzess, W. Ziegler, S. Kramer, J. Shearer, C. Schneck, P. Boyd: Row 2: Asst. Coach Mr. Sczzrpignzzto, R, Krause, T Sonon, N. Brown, C, Loose, V. Fornwalt, C. Loose, Conch Mr. Keener. Renee scores the winning run SOFTBALL Row lz Stephanie Luckcnbill, Bonnie Shartle, Vicky Royles, Susie K issling, Penny Boyd. Row 2: Debra Zimmerman, Michele Bashore, Ann Bubbenmoyer, Patrice Lyon, Karen Peiffer. Row 3: Nicole Goss, Lisa Cooper, Teresa Bohannon, Missy Himmelberger, Michele Furillo, Mr, Scarpignato. Coach Scarplgnato and Co-Captains P. Boyd and S. Kissling. X BASEBALL A y ' gp ., ' , f 'Aw L , 1-Q., L -ga .. .. ....,.M.t,,2X 3 fgw. ,W.. A , , wgt fsfqg -gn, 7 f , ' A x few-'S' "-- 'lf "J n A g 1 K' -W 1 . G ' . ' - ?i??'r gg Coach Wentling making some good points. The team consisted off' Mike Bashore, Brian Binner, Brian Boehmer, Kirk Brown, Terry Brown, Amandon Carles, Tom Derr, Nathan Hauisen, Gary Keller, Brad Klopp, Steve Rhoads, Daryl Ritchie, Leon Ritchie, George Shirey, Jeff Shirk, Marlin Zechman, Paul Zerbe, Jeff Ziegler, Manager Glenn Schneck, Coach Paul Wentling. Let me see you try to hit that one.' AR ITY BASEBALL Row 1: Scot Adams, Bob Smith, Dale Light, John Dcitzler, Ted Kline, Ron Swope. Row 2: Glen Hollenbach, Kevin Krause, Jim Brightbill, Jon Schoencr, Fred Behney. Row 3: Coach Ron Price, Steve Fisher, Steve Bowman, Greg Seifrit, Brian Peiffer, Rod Sholl, Assistant Coach Dale Moyer. The varsity baseball team had a strong K year, ending their season with a 6-5 A A if league record. Unfortunately, the team failed to make the playoffs, Hnishing second behind a tough Wyomissing team in the division standings. Coach Price, Assistant Coach Moyer. 0 ff fill. - , ex X W .5 X H , ' 'x I 6 L ' Q ' , - 1, , ,Qian Ti it K A 'll J ' t ' tttt il-Q 2 kkrkzk V ,fag-1 Co-Captains Dale Light, Brian Peiffer A ' --f' Outfieldersz T Kline, R. Swope, S. Fisher, S. Bowman, J. Schoener. Infielders: Row l: S. Adams, J. Dcitzler, D. Light, G. Hollenbach. Row 2: F. Behney, B. Peiffer, G. Seifrit, J. Bright. -M... I X I 4,,. Ubx .eff ,gi ,,. .f 5 , f ff' :mg , ., qi X N' Mg Jing: W ' "Kh 'A . .V B . ff -,.- , ..P. . if.. g gi! f . if - -' fe- -- 4' i . .'. . . ,. . . . . . .. . .. I: V V ...mi . V ,V .41-.trfm-wgg ,553-:Q 5 I 'Y Sf" Pltchers. K. Krause, S. Adams, B. Smith, B. Peiffer, R. N ' B i i . Sholl. .9 N. . 9, 4, is TM A 'if' G RL 3 TRACK ' :4l5l.l. if . .QM Row l lVerticallyj: Kim Soliday, Terri Smith, Deneen Ebling, Mel Gottfried, Mary Bennethum, Kathy Kerner, Janine White, Row l fHorizontallyj: Kelly LaFollette, Karen Guenther, Kathy Bennethum, Kara Sciler, Dawn Bicksler, Sue McGuigan. Row 2 fHorizontallyj. Colleen Carvalho, Patty Brett, Narda White, Rose Houck, Joanne Zerbe, Cheryl Schaeffer, Lisa Zerbe. The very Hrst meet of the 1980-1981 girls' track team was held in unseasona bly cold temperatures and snow. In spite of these conditions, however, the girls triumphed over their opponents and continued their season successfully. Coached by the tireless efforts of Mr. Rentschler, the girls went on to win the distinction of Berks County Divisional Co-Champi- OHS. THS Opp 75 Elco 57 65 Norlebco 67 76 Twin Valley 56 52 Oley 80 1 03 Upper Da uphin 29 74 Hamburg 58 71 K utztown 61 8 7 Fleetwood 45 83 Holy Name 49 1 05 Daniel Boone 2 7 85 Sch. Valley 47 D FIELD KX 7 i f zez ,. , i 4.., 6 guy., 5 ,.,., , I ' ' - 'Q 3 .. ,. ' tttt f f ,,i,,,ggt,,.:Ej ,I - z 2 Zia .gp ' N251 "If you think I 'm good with this, you should see me with a pizza" 'Look Mom - no cavities."' "This will teach you, you dirty bird!" A! BOY ' TRACK Row l: Mel Etnsler, Jay Behney, Jim Boyer, Kevin Stertzel, David Weiss, Mike Schaeffer. Barry Boltz, Darryl Baer. Row 2: Doug Freeman, Thane LaFollette, Erik Gottlried, Scott Fidler. Rick Mazess. Kevin Smith, Tim Shank, Marlin Snyder, Doug Bender, Brian Koppenlvaver, Ron Baer. Dale White. Chris Pierson. Kevin Stamm. Row 3: Nevin Keeney, Terry Stertzel, Joey Shifllett, Robert Evans, Mike Bressler, John Houck, Tim Bender. This year the boys' track team had a record of one andten. However, the average loss was only by ten points. Tim Bender and John Houck both J qualiHed for districts with Houck Hnishing sixth in the high jump and placing fourth at Leonard Stephen. A new school record of 53. 71 was set by Tim in the 400-meter run. The team will be full of new . . S surprises this season. Good Luck, boys!! S: T'1u N Q 1 'T 11's a long way down! Coach Crim and Coach Dietrich. AND FIELD N, 8 OPP Nibcoa aw cenmf, laaaa aa 81 win Valley 89 Y UQ?3i" l fl1pl71'n 82 ,M , Eff" 88 P- I6 Qgne 80V2 Kulftown Us 79M Flceigawooga 85 Br Wlncgg 41 SCV3 3116551 ' 78 ,, Aim ',L'k v--'P' ' "2f 'lff' E4 1 L,g' . f'l . if Mu. lxlxykf 5, 5 IH' Nfgux PL, V, X2 X-ax at lziygff " ,rfb 5 l 1-' :gt 3,1 A x K - j -4 Y !'ll LW .I XX ?-gmt nf? x y xx ' X Y 314, 4 Q 4 X pl- Sw 'Q , ' xg' 0 N I What a Ballerina Full speed Hhlfdd BOY ' TENN S The Top Five t to Tim . Q? 1 3' N if fy, ' 5 Y hh 41 Keith Pierson H ws 134 Dean Klopp wi 2 t 5 t 9 .3 g g 32 John McCarthy Q Coach Mohn This years boys' tennis team, guided by a new coach, Mary Mohn, showed real determination and sportsmanship. Even though the guys tied only one match and lost the other 16, they had a spirit that cou1dn't be beat. Good Luck next year, guys! ll- ,-K, X N Wat Cz' ,ii ij! . L 1 "li--QU'-"l.l',' ru xx i s"i x Q ,nl 7 N S 4' X K I X r f I I V .1 I X 413 Tony Wenger Wan' L l V BSRULM 1 7 , X BQVWMN.. WK .. . 35 Scott Lorah ew S 5' ' fi 4 la. ZQ f ,. , g 'Q, 1 ,avfi ' 5 Mike Boltz , ' ,,, r. , fa, A X i Ei I- eee mf: Cory Reber ,,,.,, ,rum-'M.MiN THS 0 0 Brandywine 0 K utztown Mt. Penn n W M uhlenburg 0 wg Readmg M4 . N A 5 2 Norlgbffb W3V2 n eeeee 'WlISOHQf 2 Q3 eee C anna n eiser 0 V e 6Wc?fTVMiff7in 0 L5 ding 0 1 Izlenburg 0 0 om1ssing 3 Conrad Weiser 0 Gov. Mifl7in S011 VARSITY SGCCER 2 Q L " kf'. V f gf- I I '. . . , 'V . Row l: Greg Keeney, Ray Boltz, Terry Brown, JeffShirk, Doug Freeman, Kirk Brown, Jay Bicksler, Marlin Zechman, Jeff Ziegler. Row 2: Eric Brown, Kevin Krause, Terry Stertzel, Fred Behney, Mike Frantz, Steve Bowman, John Houck, Brian Etchberger, Brian Boehmcr, .lon Schoener, Dale White, Paul Zerbe. The Tulpehocken Soccer Team had a challenging, but ,,,, , 3 i as Z: rewarding season this year. With a record of ll wins, tot' -0 tif, y 'ia 3 losses, and 2 ties, the team combined its efforts to f. Qyrtzrt 5 srl' , ,,y 2 . T ff. reach a spot as wildcard team in the county playoffs. , ,,,, ff, . .,,, , . ,ig X 4 pg T ,V F F Voted to the All-County team is Hrst string were Steve -f Q :J Bowman and Eric Brown. Greg Keeney was voted to T Q k" , the second team. Fred Behney and Jeff Shirk received W g gy ' HF 3 honorable mentions as halfbacks, and Mike Frantz as tsfr '3 'Z x"' ',,,..'h! ' ,2' . fullback. Tri-Captains: S. Bowman, M. Frantz, E, Brown, with Coach Paul Wentling. g R 2 I L E B if Of . M 'T my . F' ' H K is 2 . 'e - " We -' , as s t.,, , ,,,,,- 1 .W -H54-X it T ' , f ' 5 . ' t T o if is . 5 2? B' 1 ' X , i K T 13 if-fo r,,t N 4 so , tt,t . .,,, .. ,.. C 3 , gy 0 . 1+ Q. ,, . , , , , ,, . K . ffl .Wiiwv J: Q ' 0 Line: Row I: J. Ziegler, D. Freeman, M. Zechman, Row 2: R. Boltz, B. Etchbergcr, B. 0 Boehmer, T Stertzel. THS Opp 2 Hamburg Conrad Weiser Reading Wilson Gov, Mifflin Kutztown Twin Valley Mt. Penn Brandywind Fleetwood Oley Hamburg Conrad Weiser Reading Wilson Gov. Mifflin Kutztown V ' "-f W W ., 4b AJ! . I r Q V f M, fun f,.,,. . , 3 VEVV , JW? W, u u Ei W X - A V h f WN-J14,-ff, . ,. -Q.: , . ,,4:S- . .TH qu ..-- - 5' T' ' 3- ,fwfr ,A Fullbacks: K. Brown, G. Keeney, T. Brown, M. Frantz, S. Bowman. W 9: J 1 5 Goalies: E. Brown, P. Zerbe. J W5 453 Halfbacks: J. Houck, D, White, J, Schoencr, F. Behney, K. Kruusc, .l. Bicksler, J. Shirk. ,,......... "The bull wun't hurt you, John fe Greg getting randy for take-off , - a..f?:1?- -- 3, -I . I 1 fl ll I 5:-sf satisfy' .135 p I.. 5 I un I 4, -5:ul, jill! I-'. 1' lfllllfill ISH- fl Il nnI!l7"l""'l 1 ll-:pf """' 'nail' -uli' V SGCCER My 1 Coach McCollam WN! . 12-ef' 21:11 f'7",f" I gl 5""l z' in -n i 'lggd 'V-1 'I If farm ' jynliill- -.---' ""' l I I , ima., ' y f cf Kc ' f N X X x fix I 1 0 3 3 -f we ":b , 35, . 1 THS Opp. 1 Conrad Weiser Rea ding 0 Wilson NI y , Tf' e l f y ff f ' iz , .,,, , fyyf e rht f ' ,ft , , , ,, ff ,,-. ,, .35 'N , ,, A vw: -- 1 14 N gytg.-, 4: iii? Row I: Brian Hess, Brian Bashore, Troy Lape, Sterling Myer, Tony Reber, William Wise, Eric R ubright, Steve Burkhart, John Kintzer. Row 2: Dennis Stupp, Ricky Kramer, Chad Miller, Denny Hopman, Brit Weber, Scott Lorah, John Kissling, Kevin Stertzel, Chris Day, Keith Etchberger. Row 3: Roger Coryell. William Palmer, Kevin Blatt, Tim Snyder, Daryl Ritchie, Nathan Ha ueisen, Amandon C aries, Troy Edris, Richard Fox, Mike Bashore, Fred Rogers, Jim Muir, Steve Frantz, Kevin Stupp. HOCKEY xg' , ,gym :alibi I vi . 'MFQF' Row l: Donna Moyer, Lisa Cooper, Stephanie Hoffman, Patrice Lyon, Chris Fedora, Karen Moyer, Coach Diane Yoh. Row 2: Joyce Oakman, Anne Bubbenmoyer, Nicole Goss, Michelle Barshinger, Michelle Bashorc, Row 3: Bonnie Shartle, Kim Solida y, Kim Kehler, Corine Shirk, Penny Boyd. X . ,,, 'Y THS Opp. 0 Brandywine I 0 iecye Eleetvgggod y 2 in io iiei i iie 0 K 1 V? ,.1,, :Lii il'oii ' 1 A lfl 0 0 O16-Y ,iiglz iiiiii 4 1 I K utztqiiin 2 6' X lx 'f i I ,q I 1 : 'hh t 1 N In f i XX hm 'ai' L ' -l U li- Co- captain: Penny Boyd, coach Yoh, co-captain: Corine Shirlc 1,4 hu, x Xl.-51 . X 1 VARSITY HOCKEY ws ,iq 6. Q 32 N I., K K. S Q ' I V. f 3. Q. A Xi 1 Q X ' iwx K K QYEQXX Row I: Wendy Ziegler, Jolie Shearer. Sue Foreman, Kathy Bennethum. Deneen Ebling, Denise Mazess. Darlene Fisher, Row 2: Suzanne Printz, Melissa Himmelberger, Melissa Moyer, Kathy Keller, Patty Brett, Kara Seilcr, Sherry Kramer, Cheryl Schneck, Lori Boltz. Coach Miss Mohn and Tri-captains, W. Ziegler, P. Brett, S. Kramer. l 4' ll lf! ff " argl A 5 f K IGI' I' 6 l THS . i K K It Brandywine Fleetwood 2... tg, .,.A1A 3 11 ' ' - M MffPCHf15g. s siss " YL. 'ij' ":f 51" Yi- fi . t . 1 ,,.1 . .2 2- .sis q. ,. W " tg 5222, a , . u 'R fwx ii.Q ll'lIi,l 1 rs, , I 3 h,Gx rl . 1f,'n Q .1 ,l 44 , ' s :L 1: 0,-.I ,t,, i H-J.. ,. .2 72: L-L,-YH,-1 mg exgigjgerzfls E. as ..,. Oranges after a tough first half 1 What are you smiling about, Lori? Seniors: Row l: D. Ebling. Row 2: W. Ziegler. .l, Shearer. C Schneck, l.. Boltz, D. Mazcss. Row 3: P. Brett, K. Bennethum, S. Kramer t ,-ffg -- . .'f1 f 'ff' :bi W. wit- 'X ef H , if iiii T, . , , , e ' ' X J +1 j -11, ggg.'R5 X y , ' Q I . 2 - g i' y f P. Y Q ' , A .'i- ',-r --', 'T r .. 1 ' y 5 ww wif- " X5 N 4 R-yy '54 'ft r l' YE N tif, , as X, t .xt-Ag ,B ,Q r if 'fy s as -4 Z be X R 25 ' 1 ' 5 5154 N . Xsta ff- QM ta B ig .gig 'A ' -y i gggkyw-34,5 t This years varsity Held hockey team had a 4 and 6 record. Two of their losses were suffered in flick-off situations and one in overtime. After losing to Kutz- town the Hrst time in flick-offs, the team came back their last game to beat them 2 to I, In the Northern Lebanon and Tulpehocken Tournaments, the hockey team placed third. Lori Boltz was chosen as an All- Star player in Division Two East. The team looks forward to a promising season, despite the loss of nine seniors. GIRLS' TENN S ' Row l: Tina Blatt, Penny Naftzinger, Terri Trautman, Lori LaFollette, April Rentschler, Teena LaFollette, Heidi Eisenbrown, Lori Lebo, Phleane Kauffman, Kim Graeftf Row 2: Sue Kissling, Val Fornwalt, Andrea Maus. Jayne Malsbury, Mel Gottfried, Karen Guenther, Michele Mosser, Celia Reber, Rosann Snyder, Doris Derr, Sue Houck, Dorothy Derr. This year's girls' tennis team consisting of 23 athletes, 1' ' combined efforts to attain an average of better than I .500. The overall record was 8 wins and 7 losses. This f 4 5 ' year's "top Even consisted of 3 seniors and 2 sopho- T mores. Although many a match was a trial, the girls 2 still kept their spirits high and the will to win was always present. I .,. ii .- ., .-4.3:--, ,M -, ,X-.'-K-xp, ' ,g ff, 5-4?fS'l'I-. .'i'Xl:Y?:.'Iv N HQ AIN Ox., ,.,s.,. 1 ,,5,,Q9,f, evwks 9 "t'.'I0's':6s uz9'09o94l 63,9253 ,5S'?'x5:ofo'I9 . 'QQWWV 4 4 s P ,- .+ 998' 005 1- 'A 03' 0 , ,0,s,.',4:,s,.3, 4 - 7 - ,, N A , -1:1422-wtf' X e f-5 1- - - 6 V , X l 'sg K 1 figs, h - A 5 -4' 1 A e.g,g,'f. f - X xk, -.. F1590 ' J wi X 'qi 5934, L X ,N X,0i,,,,,px 4 -v ' :ff ,p- N X J Q ' - Q ' Z ' X Coach Winter and Captain Jayne Malsbury, Jil Jayne Malsbury 32 Karen Guenther 33 Celia Reber 34 Mel Gottfried 545 Sue Kissling THS Opp Ku tzto wn Ham burg Fleetwood Brandywine Sch. Valley M uhlen burg Ku tzto wn Fleetwood Ham burg Brand wine S ch. Valle y M uhlen burg """'--.., CRC.- S COUNTRY Row l: Rod Hocutt, Kevin Smith, Erik Gottfried. Row 2: Jim Boyer, Tim Bender, Mike Bressler. Coach Schaeffer .1.,,,w-"' af The cross country team, coached by Mr. Schaeffer, throughout the season showed continual determination, enthusiasm, and the will to win. The high point of the season was a 24 to 31 win over Brandywine. Because four members of the team will be graduating, next year will be a year of rebuilding for the cross country team. it Coach Lynn Schaeffer. Y, F Seniors: Tim Bender, Jim Boyer, Mike Bressler, Kevin Smith. M132 -Q- 'I r' On your mark, get set, Building themselves up before a meet. THS 36 46 38 we 36 45 O ' 11, Q ,,11 e se Fleilwovdi ,ei Hamburg? V ,.i. f Twin aWe ' ul 'sm 15, vw, Jef QM .ie i , au, ,ffyif - , Q . ' W5 I X f ki . 553,171 L 'E' fr I, . . . GO! RE TLI .17 -www 'ff gfw , ,su fm, uf 'L ' WM, 46. if 5. .3 q . ,Q ' l' f '?'ii-ff i ,,5Al ,,A, - 2 FT? h:k'f an A 5 K Ia- WL 4. Row I: Kelly Ycakley, Troy Edris, Todd Graaff Glenn Schncck, Mike Schaeffer, .lim Muir, Dean Balthuscr. Row: Row 2: Mike Scharfl Darryl Baer, Pz1ulZcrbe, Joe Schifllet, Leon Ritchie, Doug Freeman, Conch Ron Kochera. Coach Kocherzz with corcapmins: Doug Freeman and Paul Zerbc. JA H - - nn The wrestling teamk only senior: Darryl Baer. In only their second year the wrestling team has excelled. With all the hard training this year's team is becoming stronger. Coach Kochera put in much time and effort training these young men. The future looks promising for the wrestling squad, there being only one graduating senior, Darryl Baer. I told you l never kiss on the Hrst date! Remember Jim, you always start off the tango with your left foot! - Q f tg, ytttt ,,.' iita rre lllifl ye, ,,,, BOOII6 yyeetcay yeejyy e 24 53:5 EE,, ,.,: e Exeter 1 teet ec I6 gltil g ,el2t,,, tt.l 1 'Bfandy i a ,, t,L ,,t,1y.. stt, 4 2 GIRL ' VAR ITY BASKETBALL 'HK ,, Q 4 Row l: Teresa Bohanon. Row 2: Kim Graefli Sue Kissling. Row 3: Coach Larry Rentschler, Lisa Blatt, Janine White, Rose Houck. Row 4: Lori Boltz, Wendy Ziegler, Carolyn Dickson, Jolie Shearer. 5'6" Forward W. Ziegler 5'5" Guard L. Boltz 5'7" Forward J. Shearer A Coach L. Rentschlcr and Co-captains: L. Boltz and J. I l K 5 .lb 6' Center C. Dickson The 1981-82 girls' basketball team got offto a rather slow start, Their record for the tirst halfofthe season was three wins, six losses. ln the second halfofplay, two games were lost by a difference of only one point in each, giving the girls a record of four wins and Hve losses. Overall, a record of seven and sixteen was established. Exuber- ance and competitive spirit were maintained throughout each game. A never-relin- quishing attitude inspired the girls toward victory. The season was marked by their encouraging win over the much vaunted Twin Valley team. G RL 9 BASKETBALL THS opp. 26 28 18 29 is Bfiififfy Fleetwood x-., f 'LL Valley ,1 ,, I 3 mv -as E., ,.::,, -f L L iaa 22 Twin ? -S Penn . H .-1 .asm LLLL l L C J f Brand S 5 L22 . . wins- IL5 1Q A ,.., LL... r +?4 , , . . f,L no LLLfLL,L L21 7 Co captain Penny Boyd: Coach Winter: C o-ca ptam Susan K isslmg, V n L L 15 'L f I 'fi a 'S i nnLn ii f , I I '1" , :--, - I U 4,-, I i is if Q, am Hwang . I., Row l Rosann Snyder, Susan Kissling, Valerie Fornwalt, Kim Graaff Row 2: Penny Boyd, Susan Houck, Theresa Bohannon, Melissa Himmelbergcr, Lisa Walmer, Coach Carl Winter BOYS' JV BASKETBALL ,:-. get Co-captain Amzzndon Carlesg Coach McCol1am, Co-captain Daryl Ritchie. 3003 ii, AGO., 8058 C0006 33,38 f Row l: Tony Giorgio, Dennis Hoppman, Daryl Ritchie, Coach McCo1lam, Steve Frantz, Dwayne Luckenbill, Scott Lorah. Row 2: Roger Coryell, Kevin Stupp, Nathan Hauesian, Dean Klopp, Amandon Carles, Brad Klopp, Steve Fisher, Tom Zerbc, Kevin Blatt. BOY ' BASKETBALL Row l: Coach Lynn Schaeffer. Row 2: Scot Adams, JeffZiegIer, Ray Boltz, Fred Bchney, Dale White, Nevin Keeney, Brian Boehmer, Tim Bender, Eric Brown, john Houck, Bob Evans. aug Tri-captains: John Houck. Eric Brown, Tim Bender and Coach Schaeller. Managers: Jim Boyer, Kevin Smith, Dave Rausch, and Blair Eaken. The 1981-1982 boys' basketball team really excelled this year and earned the right to a spot in the playoffs. Their record of 9 wins and 9 losses was a deHnite improvement considering that two years ago they were victorious only one time, Highlights ofthe year included a win over Hamburg in the season 's Hrst half of play and John Houck 's unforget- table dunks. Six members of the team will be graduating, among them Tim Bender who was team high scorer in each of the last two years. 6'2" Forward E. Brown. 6'3" Center J. Houck. 5'l0" Guflfd F Bffhney' 6'0" Forward N. Keeney. 6'2', Forward T. Bender. THS FFF OPP 61 .r. Oley 4 46 475 Daniel Boone 28 43 Brandywine 45 68 Sch. Valley lall 48 52 51FHamburg 7 8 49 48 JKutztown 64 55 Fleetwood 8 62 58 Twin Valley y 40 49 Mt. Penn 4 58 54 Oley 58 45 Daniel Boone 23 54 Brandywine -lll 4 36 Fieefwood 45 59 Sch. Valley liili 4 43 49 Hamburg 55 48 Kutztown 53 46 Twin Valley 41 58 Mt. Penn 64 Statisticians Mel Gottfried and Michele Seifrit. CHEERLEADERS J, V.: Renee Weidman, Michalene Kershner, Lori LaFollette, Kim Kehler, April Rentschler, Lori Blatt, Janell Hulsizer, Sherry Claman. Missing: Tina Luckenbill. NS? . L 'ff-qv" L 1 The members of this years Junior Varsity squad practiced many long hours to prevail as a well-organized group. The squad always kept their enthusiasm for the team even when ' - they were faced with an exceptional challenge. "v' "w Nine girls were chosen to represent Tulpehocken as J. V. Cheerleaders this year. Renee Weidman and Janell Hulsizei were picked as co-captains for the 1981-1982 basketball sea- son. Janell was also selected as a substiture for Varsity Cheer- . Co-Captains Renee Weidman, .lunell Hulsiicr, and leading squad. advisor .Miss Yoh. The season proved to be quite an endeavor as the squad consisted of only two returning cheerleaders. However, much effort was combined to yield a team of girls who were deHnite- ly "a little bit rowdyg ROW-DYl" Y M L Varsity: Susan Foreman, Crystal Kofroth, Deneen Ebling, Sherry Kramer, Miss Yoh. Beth Schaeffer, Denise Mazess, Debbie Getlle, Susan McGuiga n. Lu Advisor Miss Yoh and Captain Beth Schaeffer. Combine Tulpehocken's greatly improved fan attendance with the 1981-1982 Varsity Cheerleaders and the result is a dehnitely "psyched" basketball team. The eight members of this year's Varsity Cheerleading squad kept spirits high as they boosted their team on to victory. A new advisor for the cheerleaders, Miss Diane Yoh, was a great inspiration to the girls. Miss Yoh, who was previously a cheerleader herself was able to help the squad learn and create many new crowd pleasers. The cheerleaders also organized a pep rally this year and sponsored a Victory Dance for the basketball team. Devotion to the guys was prevalent: victories were exciting, defeats were shared. Throughout the season the girls remained true and were proud to wear Tulpy's gold and blue. 77 f vs rf ' ' 1, sy " 25 , 1 N il? A. ' .1'.. ' ', ' 'L f A , i'ff51:: - :Q 'F A if Q 2 mf -' 3 'fyt xf-M K - N , in ,A Sgify, , .. 1 4 I K iih u vi Q 'sg Y j 1 iff- . f If. ' T ,P --" 5 "LetE go Trojans, we're right behind you!" HE CA DID Team members displzz y championship banner. John clears the bzzr once again. L r 5 I We Qs 1 5 12 ......SIDEOF Q. ., , e . A touch of class was added to the gym with this new scoreboard. w, 5 ,JHMKQ , If I Lv? ff, 3 L Tj, 'a V? Q5 d' , 1 , T, ff,-4 'ff 4 1 ' K . . ' ,. Q 'X ' i . A , ab f ' ,iyv Q . in ,Q ' -Q ai Z ii., ri . , 1. . 1 xy lx Hitizl . -7 t N ff ' 54? Av- .' " d 1 ' f . d k A , f f . an V Q N ' " A , 1, - f N- 3:1 -ww . X .V i s I -Q A " 5 , . , Min' 4 A? ,Z rr S - 1 W be :-- . -QM w - fx?-f 1J'ffk X ' 'sf 1. . Qg' el dt S f' A - d K d ddd ' A V .d z 1 11.2-1 fig-9' ,gg 1 . 7 A ,Xfqg,fQf4f" ., win.: 4-'Kip -- fe 'V '. J N- QM ,, ?i,W,sf1,b ' ' - h Q ' dfh' ?' I . 2 I w i. SSRN' Q" ww.. 'Wil . . . . . HS ATHLETE wang' The new Universal Gym was acquired to get our athletes in top condition. I WF Xl Tim Bender Most Valuable Cross Country runner. AWARD The third annual Athletic Banquet was held Mary 27, 1981. The Tulpehocken Sports Booster's Club sponsored this event. The evening began with dinner followed by a rousing speech given by "Mr. Motivaion," Karl Lettermen. His speech was directed towards all the athletes striving for perfection and advancement. Following the speaker, the awards presentation began. Many athletes were honored for their excellent performances in a sport or sports. Senior plaques were presented to any senior who participated in a sport during his high school career. Two of the high points ofthe evening were the presentations ofthe Tulpehocken High School Alumni Assoc. Award and the Bethel Lion's Club Athletic Award. Both these awards are given to the boy and girl who ha ve shown high scholastic achievement and outstand- ing participation in their high school education. The TH.S.A.A.A. was presented to Nina Brown and Brian Peiffer. The B.L.C.A. W. was presented to Terri Sonon and again, Brian Peiffer. The whole night proved entertaining as well as rewarding. Mary Bennethum, Most Spirited Hockey player, Janine White, Best Hurdler. 'K Ml 1' I X gg . , Second place in Conrad Weiser Tourney. Division Championship Trophy. wliiilhn. 09" f Wimiw State Championship Awards. WL , . 3' 2, Q -3 . W , 'Ti , 1 , ,o.i ,M . ,l'r:v??L3feEvEZii::m gnaggy M 'g" '11 f',.. lr , A " ' H me-ff,,1g, mi -fm , 9' , M wy ls me-mi Y fa 175 f?c':"zfKI'-,fa 3. ,.,, -"- -'M' " Second place in Norlebco Tourney. Consolation in Norlebco Tourney and third in THS Tourney, First place in THS Tourney. ,3..bb......,, Sf MWW ff w-units, wo- ffgmg. 5 - f s ,wp 3,3 74.54 up f ,Q 1465 :-fffgft. f' - qff, Y ,I , H 5 ' -,:4,,-':4 Z' - VC' X A P ' - f - . b V2 Vyyy ' z . 'J .r E, , , 5 ,Mrf,. , 55,Q,: 1-- 5+ If-M 3 , M ...N A . I fl- I ' wg s 4 W 1 .-W . , www OPRAN Row I: Susan Foreman. Teena Lz1FolleIte, Lori Lebo. April Renlsehler. Celia Reber, Peggy Keller. Patrice Lyon, Lisa Cooper, Kathleen Furry, Row 2: Phleane Kaullinzin. .loyee Light. Holly Cocks. Sl1errySmill1. Kara Seiler, Mary Ann Musselman. Lori L:1FolleIte. Brenda Sl1U17f7.Silfilllslll-Tk, Melissa Zeller. Row 3: Suzanne Younker, Cheryl Selmeller, Trz1eiRz1nk. Rachel HelTner, Debra Keeney. Beth Sehaeller. Nicole Goss. .lnequeline Bulliner. Lori Good. Janine While. lvlelixszi Moyer. This yearls chorus brings much excitement to the school with their annual Christmas and Spring concerts. This year at Christmas the chorus once again sang the challenging but tra- ditional "Hallelujah Chorus' to brighten every- one's Christmas spirit. Nzmnette Lyon. President: Kara Seiler. Vice-President: Mrs. Kathleen Snyder. Advisor. LTO ,TE GR, SS S Altos Row I: Dol.-xnnc Burkcy. lluidi Fiscnbroun, Slcphanic IIul7h1an. Ix'imbcrly Kchlcr, Candace Swopc, Wendy Hibshman, .Yanncllc Coqxcll. Kinvbcrb Gracll Lisa Purcell. Row 2: .lulic Uuvxcr. .Ufcllclc Nlossur. Andrea Maus. Marycllen Rudy. Kalhlccn Kcllcr. Rusann Snyder. Suxan Bohn, Susan Davis. Row 3: Gun' Trivfvls, Paula Hiukslcr. Hclissa Himmclbcrgcr, Tcrri Trautman. Jodcc Slrolun. Susan Houck. .lanziu Half, Susan Kcxslcr. Lisa Blall. Chrislinc Rubman. 5 ? Ss' Tenors and Basses Row l: John Kissling. Susan Kissling. .loci Ziegler, Rvow 2: XvJIf7l7L.'IIC Lyon. ' Stephan Dclong, Scot! Lorah. Row 3: Brian Luckcnbill. Chrislophar Pierson. Ruger Corycll. Michael Bolzi. Sedecim is a group of sixteen girls who sing and present special musical selections at the Christ- mas and Spring concerts. These girls work hard practicing for their program by coming to school early and staying late. EDECIM x t K ,A-vu v, , A, A gh,-ry i f ,....--- Sedecim: Accompanistz Brian Luckenbill. Row l: Kara Scilcr, Kathleen Kcllcr, Chris Rebman, Missy Moyer. .lulie Moyer. Jackie Bulliner. Cheryl Schzzeher. Row 2: Suzzmnc Younker, Beth Schzzcffcr. Brenda Shupp, DeLynne Burkcy, Roszmnc Snyder. Row 3: Nnnncttc Coryell. Jamie Balz, Michele Mosser, Holly Cocks COU TY CHGRUS Every year people are chosen to partici- pate in County Chorus. This year three girls were chosen: Kara Seiler and Chris Rebman, Juniors, and Michele M osser, a Sophomore. f ACCO PANISTS Accompanistsz Brian Luckenbill, Sue Kissling, Kzlrzi Scilcr, Kzithlcen Keller, Chris Rebmzzn, Missy Moyer, Janine White. LIBRARIANS Librarians: Row I: Peggy Keller. C:1ndiSwopc, Andrea Mzzus. Row 2: Tcrri Tmulmqin, Susan Houck. Beth Schncllbr. Pauli: Bickslcr. Cari Trivicls, .lzickic Bullincr. me cw. img cm cl BA - wer K A M X f J' .X Q 1 P Q I ' 'gt rr .,., . r if ' , h 'k'7 li W 5 V 'A fig A rrr W F , ' ,lift 1125 ,fr 'q ' V. Q4 1 in an f.fg5J,wlfi51fu'xxR1sQw,JMe!!Q"l'HSs'i4u -, 'rf' Color Guard: Row l: .lzmcll Hulsifcr. Dcsircc Zcchmzzn. Row 2: flflcllkszz Kitchcnolf .Uclzznic Gingrich, Sarah Shirk, Penny Nzzlrzingcr. Debra Kclkr, Doris Dcrr. .lulic Bfzushcr. Majorettes: Tccna l.aFollettc. Bonnie Shzzrtlc, Kelly Bickcl. Tracey Hauser. .lill Huey. Sherry Clzzmzm. Bclh Schz1clTbr. FRG Flag Twirlers: Row l: Chris Hess, Julie Shearer, Sully Holzman, Row 2: Angie Burkhart. Sherry Krzzmcr. Denccn Ebling. , .XX XX ff- -:gg y f A Aj xx ,Qi X Capts. Tracey Houscr, Sherry Kramer, Melissa Kitchenoff PERCUSSIO 991. 1' ' Drums: Kevin Krause, Scot Adams, .locl Ziegler, Artic Kissling. Susan Krzzmmcs. .Wichacl Boltz, Kirk Brown, William Lcshcr, 5 , ' 1-ak, A 1 1' gle- French Horn: Row l: Suzzznnc Printz, Kam Seilcr. Baritone: Row 2: Michael Burkhzzrl, Frederick Phillipy. Tuba: Row 3: Carl Messncr, Roger C oryclle. John Kissling. Trombone: Mifslmcl Bzzshorc. Pz1ulZcrbc. Dunn Gozllricd. .lohn Houck. Michael Iruin, k r AND HCR Saxophone: Row l: Rory Stauffcr, Susan Houck, Michele Mosser, Jamie Batz. Row 2: Susan Olesh, Ncnnctte Corycll, Erik Rubright. yu.. L-,EQ lf W :Li Trumpet: Row l: Steve Frantz. Row 2: James Shupp, Dotty Derr. Row 3: Greg Keeney, Scott Lorah, Michael Schaeffer, Brian Etchberger. Row 4: Larry Pappas, Keith Etchberger, Erik Gottfried, Thane LaFoIle1te. GGDW N Clarinets and Oboesx Row l: Chris Rebmzzn, Susnn Kissling, Del,ynne Burkey, William Weiss, Stephanie Hofhnzzn. Row 2: Sarzzh Shirk, Doris Derr, Alrellzl Baker, Lisa Blzltl, JoLyn Batz, Celin Reber, Roszinn Snyder, Lori Lebu, Phlezme Kziuflinzzn. Row 3: Wendy Ziegler. Cheryl Selmeller, Kulhy Keller, Melanie Golllried, Ruth Zerbe. ,4- QIPN, Flutes: Row l: Janine White, Melissa Zellers, Andrea Mans, Da vid Rausch. Row 2: Rosann Houck, Missy Moyer, April Rentschlcr, Nicole Goss. Row 3: Brenda Shupp, Kim Graaff Donna Daub, Holly Cocks. PEP BAND CQL CANDIDS bk: -w Kr, UFFICERS gk -if mf if Officers: Kevin Krause, lreasg Wendy Ziegler, sec.: ChcrylSch:1cl7er, v. pres.: Melanie Gottfried, pres.: Mr. Weaver, band director. S ICR s f I A 4, rf LJ 2 Seniors: Kevin Krause, Ruth Zerbe, Melanie Gottfried, John Houck, Fred Phillipy, Brenda Shupp, Cheryl Schaeffer, Greg Keeney, Wendy Ziegler. BAND CAND D if w. Kathy Keller is Ihc only one who L9 in County Band. ig ' n v ' 4 V 1 . SCHOOL BGARD f Standing: John Rziusch, Earl Schaeffer. Eva Bross. Orville .Stzulltr Sitting Gcrzld Seiltr Willtr Focht JU Brown Rlchird Ruth The School Board is one of the most impor- tant parts of our educational system. All ma- jor decisions and new resolutions regarding our school district are made by these eight people. Some of the Board 's major functions include administering and regulating all school functions, carrying out the adopted budget, and maintaining all four school buildings. While supporting all these activi- ties, the school board must still keep the re- sponsibility of following the Pennsylvania School Code as well as the mandates and constraints of federal and state law. These people surely deserve credit for such Hne work. Jay Brown .... ...... P resident Richard Ruth , . . . . Vice President Earl Schaeffer . . ..... Secretary Gerald Seiler , . ..., Treasurer NH r7,,., --'fi r ,, . r I hh r r rr r , , W : g f V L 'Am' Vi ff 'E ,. -,,, i X f , , -, ,J W ' -, , J r i ' . ifsh f' ," H f, ,irfk K If . ., LJ W V , ,L -5 fri . r I '-'-f I ,rx iJj 5 This IDZISI year Mr. Mulzhcu' was promoted from high school princlpzll to Dircclur aflnslruction. Hc will bc in charge ofzzll CdUCLIll'0l'12IIf7I'0gI'1IIIIS. "- Mr, Ebling is in charge of the schoolk Hnanccs. ,.,....-xr" TH WELCGMES ...- F t . That 3 logetherness' This year, as a result of a retirement and a promo- tion, Tulpehocken High School added two men to the administrative staff As Mr. Matthew moved into the newly-crea ted position of Director of Instruction, Mr. Jeffrey Keller was chosen to Hll the position of the high school principal. Mr. Keller's job, then, consists of supervising the cur- riculum, maintaining cooperation between the stu- dents and the faculty, administiring discipline fairly and objectively, along with a myriad of other adminis- trative details. The other staff opening occurred with the retirement of Mr. Earl Koenig, for many years the guiding force within the school system. Mr. Francis McCaffrey was selected to assume the responsibility of overseeing the whole educational institution that is Tulpehocken Area School District. The position entails many re- sponsibilities: efhciently upholding school policies and order, supervising the school programs through- out the district, working in accordance with sta te law and school board policy, and being a spokesman for and to the community. ,,..t,.-.---H saw-A-ff K 1 , ,... . , x WN. THS 's new principal, Mr. Jeffrey Keller. Since September, Mr. McCaffrey and Mr. Keller ha ve worked to inaugurate some changes to improve the school. These administrators will ha ve to continue working with teachers and students to upgrade and improve our school. Mr. McCaffrey really enjoys his job. ADMINISTRATCRS Now get me a pen that works! ,?,,,,,,,, The Hamburgler strikes again! Q Ilene gets her Hrst failure notice. THL, 'S SECRETARIE Mrs. Emily Weaver is in charge ofnttendancc and depositing. Mrs. Jean Hepner is the Business Manager. .BL ya ' s. I fl . Whig? my ,f A secretarys da y is always a busy one U from keeping the ofHce running smoothly to making sure all the stu- dents are where they should be. s K L ,.. 1 1 Ax ' Mrs. Ilene Butz i pal. I Q s sccrctzinv to the princi- Mrs. .lzmcl Himmclbcrger lSSCL'I'Cllll1Y to the superintendent. rs... It R,- Mrs. Tries! is in Charge ofpurchztse orders and checking in supplies. Mrs. Sandra Keeney is the secretary in chfirgc of transportation. AND G IDANCE Mrs. lfekton is always ready to lend il hand! 4 v nxt.. Z TYYON kbp if sw 's Whatever the problem, Tulpehocken 's guidance department is prepared and willing to help. Pamphlets and catalogs for a large number of colleges are readily available for use by stu- dents. Personal, as well as curricular difhculties, can be worked out through a session with Mrs. Eckton. Assistance is always rendered when needed in the guidance department at THS. Mr. Hnrner keeps college nmterial up to date. Mrs. Erna Deisher is a ninth and tenth grade English teacher. She is a graduate of Kutztown State College and holds a BS degree. Mrs. Deisher's hobbies include sewing, gardening, baking, and cooking. She enjoys being a teacher be- cause every day is different and exciting. GLI H ii V Q? D Z ff ffm' I ' 7 ,fr .W , f M 4 . 1 !4!5'i?S'es .i- t - f I -1 ,.-v , ,. : I f ...Q 4 .1 "Caught by surprise, Mrs. Deisherf"' Miss Cheryl Fausnacht, who teaches ninth and tenth grade English to academic and vocational students. is a graduate of Millersville State College. She holds a BS in education and enjoys tennis. volleyball, ping pong, painting, and playing the piano. Miss Fausnacht is currently thc director ofthe Junior and Senior plays. She enjoys working with .students and describes herself as being "enthusiastic, " Wi? t TGBEGR QTTOBE... gf W Mr. Philip Hepner is the eleventh grade English teacher. He is a graduate ol' West Chester Stale College and has a BS degree. Mr. Hepners hobbies include archery, hunting, Cilll- oeing. and backpacking. He is thejunior class advisor and enjoys seeing students mature. When asked to "A new lriend ofyours, Mr. llollinanlr' Tulpehocken's l lth and 12th grade English courses are academi- cally designed to help prepare students for a furtherance of education. An emphasis is placed on literature and the writing of compositions. As a whole, the English department at THS makes each year of English tough, but well worth the effort. describe himselll Mr. Hepner replied, "Diplomatic," Why must you be so semiretarded1'.' Mr. Sterling Homnan is our twelfth grade English teacher. He graduated lrom Lebanon Valley College and holds a BA in English. Mr. Hollinan enjoys reading, running, vegeta ble gar- dening, and working with fruit trees. He is a senior class advisor, an advisor for yearbook, and a track starter. Mr. Hoffnian also enjoys being with students and describes himself as being "demanding " MATHEMATICS -Ur ? ' if e W J M it mf ,M ,X -it wi X That smile will make any Algebra problem easier! Ja The Mathematics program at THS is made up of varied courses. As Freshmen, we begin taking Algebra I or General Math, and slowly progress to Trigonometry or Advanced Math in our Senior year. A strong mathematical background can be obtained through any of these classes. Mrs. Carol Leininger teuehes Algebra l, Geometry. Genernl :ind Business Math. She is JI gruduute ol' Kutztoun State College :tnd holds :I BS in Math Edueution. Some ol' her hobbies include sewing, reading, und being ti sports' sltttislieiztn. Mrs. l,eininger's lnvorite aspect oftettehing is uorking with the young people. An Mr. Ronald Gruell' tettehes Business Ninth. Geome- try. Algebra. :ind Genernl Math. He is 11 graduate ol' Kutztoun Stule College und holds 41 BS degree, Mr, GFilCii'UHj0'X'S hunting. lishing. and reuding. He believes teaching hus its merits when 11 student comes to understand new :ind dillieult concepts. Mr. Grnell describes himself tts "orderly, " SIIWPQI-:J-Zl cosy Are you sure about that. Mr. Crim? 4.+9.:u uf-lr C ' '.w't.q J. ir I rr l-f,L:5 gqijl l f -I sb 1v Mr. Larry Rentschler teaches the classes of Algebra Il, Physics, Advanced Math, General Math, and Physical Science. He received his BS at Elizabeth- town College and his Masters degree at the Universi- ty of Cincinnati. Mr. Rentschler is the coach for girls' basketball and girls' track, along with being a senior class advisor. His hobbies include woodworking and model rail- roading. Mr. Rentschler has been teaching at THS for 22 years and describes himself as "relaxed, " ft" is Mr. Edward Crim teaches General Math, Consumer Math, and Trigonometry. He is a graduate of Bloomsburg State College, where he received a BS degree. Mr. Crim's hobbies include hunting, Hshing, and golfing, along with being the coach ofthe boys' track team. He describes himself as being Umultirfaceted. " SOCIAL ST DIE 1 . .- ff-4.5, U ,- ff- Mrs. Linda Althouse is a World Cultures and Civics teacher. She graduated from Kutztown State College with a BS and an MEd. degree. Mrs. Althouse enjoys sailing, reading, and sewing. She is a freshman class advisor and likes getting to know the students. Mr. Schwartz helps Maud with American History. Searp, stop day dreaming and get back to work. Mr. Michael Scarpignato teaches Problems of De- mocracy and Sociology. He is a graduate ofAlbright College and Temple University and holds a BS and an MS in Social Studies. Some of Mr. Scarpignatos favorite hobbies are ta ble tennis and pocket billiards, He is the assistant soft- ball eoach and senior class advisor. When asked to describe himseltf Mr. Scarpignato replied, "Beautiful and incomparable. " E THE PECPLE . . . Teaching the classes of American History and Current Problems is Mr. Samuel Schwartz. He is a graduate of Mansfield State College, has a de- gree in Biology, and a Masters in Social Studies. Along with being the junior class advisor, Mr. Schwartz enjoys woodworking, traveling, and bi- cycling. He describes himself as "sincere," .uk -1 Q9 N 1 fl 1' Xl -pil.-5' 1 l 41, .'?, K ' 15 'fl " 'V Q-Fix 4 .3 , ',.:1'12w? 1 ge.- rl' -, X1 422 n, L . ,Aw , , ' x . f , Mr. Paul Wentling teaches ninth grade Civics and tenth grade World Cultures. He graduated from Kings College in New York and holds a BA degree in History and Social Studies. Along with being the varsity soccer coach and JV baseball coach, Mr. Wentling enjoys photogra- phy, chopping wood, and reading. He likes being with students and describes himself as "optimis- tic, " In Social Studies the students learn about the cul- tures of many countries, the history of the United States, the problems of the United States govern- ment, and the United States government itself Q18 SC ENCE Mr. Frederick Ullrich teaches ninth grade Biology and twelnh grade Advanced Biology. He graduated from Albright College and holds a BA degree. Some ol' Mr. Ullrich's hobbies include windsurling, skiing, and Tai Chi. Meeting interesting people is also a Ezvorite of his. This year, Mr. Ullrich is the advisor for the karate club and the ski club. fxzls: 1-1-4'7 12,1-4 I :LJ-S . 1 XS N: IC-by lx' 14-1.: Zyl-X 1' ,f X 1 I lt D' Ai 1 1 'f 1-be IJ 9'4"- I ,- n .lbqxal ' '::'l:nl::I '."l 5:1 "I hifi: .' Ili!! wwf 'Cl , ev-- fi: 1 'S It rf 2,,g,..iie5-15553zlilwlif'ms Mr. Carl Winter, who teaches Earth Science, Chem- istry, and Practical Chemistry, is a graduate of Penn State University. He holds a BS in chemistry and ,P education, an MS in physical science and a MS in chemistry. Mr. Winter's hobbies include karate, sailing, and tennis. He is the girls' tennis coach, the girls' basket- ball coach, and an advisor for the karate club. He enjoys teaching because of the interaction with stu- dents. The dinosaurs feet were this long. -CL+Zl'lDl1l - - CCJOHL HJ Mr. Brian I-brrcncc lL'ilCl7L,'S lfnrlh and Spncc Sci- cncc. llc is il graduate ol' Millersville Slntc College und holds :I BS and ll Masters equivalency degree. Mr. I-'crrcncus llobbics include canoeing. uoodwork- ing, hunting. and collecting and restoring zzntiquc tools. llis llzvoritc pnrt Ol-lC1lL'lll'flg is seeing the dc- VL'lOf7lI7CI7I ol' thc malleable students us they are lormcd and molded into il productive, contributing member ofthe ndult society. When nskud to describe l7lll7SCll: Mr. I-'crrencc replied, "Uh, my goslzlu Mr. Larry Rcntschler teaches lwelhh grade Physics. Do you sec anything interesting, Mr. Ullricllil In the Science program students learn through ex- perience by doing experiments in chemistry and by scaling a pond in Earth and Space Science. The students learn about outer space, crop diseases, dinosaurs, and rocks and minerals. The science program is truly informative and fun as well. K tiyrr ,.rr, 'A g ,,,, ..,,,, V ..,, I Mr. Barry Kellner teaches Biology, Earch Science, Animal Science. :Ind Crop Science. Me., f m DE SCH U D ESPANOL Students ha ve a choice of two languages here at Tulpe- hocken, Spanish or German. Along with just learning the languages, students also learn about the people and their customs. 331 isis. i : h-W . ,,,,,,., , 4' Wai' ui .,,, ...Q 53 4' The courses of German ll and IV, and Spanish l and ll are taught by Mr. Jayson Pail, He holds a BS degree in education and graduated from Kutztown State College. His education was also furthered with a stay at the University of Vera Cruz in Mexico. Mr. Pail enjoys cooking, especially German dishes, interior design, and listening to and playing all types ofmusic from New Wave to Classical. He describes himself as being "lively and energetic. " S.. Miss Mary Ketner, who teaches German I, Ill, and IV, is a graduate of Kutztown State College. She holds a BS degree in education and a Masters in the area of German. Miss Kelner's hobbies include cats, reading, sewing, traveling, and flower gardening. Be- ing the advisor forthe National Honor Society keeps her busy as well. Miss Ketnerls favorite part ofteach- ing is working with the students. i Verstehst du mich nicht? HGME ECG M CS Mrs. Beverly Miller is a temporary addition to the teach- ing stall' at TIIS. She teaches Home Management to .,......,---+-- gwm, Mrs. Beverly Blatt enjoys reading, quilting, hiking. cross-country skiing, and traveling in her lree time. She likes teaching because she receives the chance to see the students change, grow, and gain conHdenee during their high school years. Juniors and Seniors, She enjoys making cralts, reading. and gardening. Teaching ollers her the ehanee to inf struct the students in something they will able to use I .ll X f A. latcr in ltlc xox 6 'll' R :X f ,. JA 'MWL A t 1 4 X Mrs. Betty Martin teaches academic Home Eco- nomics to Freshmen and Foods to Juniors and Seniors. Her hobbies include making crafts and playing tennis. She describes herself as being Quilting is a new project for the Seniors. "enthusiatic." .g V, There are two major aspects to life-a career and the home. The Home Economics course is geared toward the management and understanding of the home. While sewing and cooking are important, they are only a fraction of the entire course, Students take classes ranging from Child Development and Parent- ing to Consumer Education. The classes are designed to teach the students important life skills which will prepare them to live independently. BUI SS U' Nw A is-Q In L 4- fp X Q -' A .... This is how to juggle the books. Mrs. Ann Feltyhis the instructor for Office Practice. Filing. Shorthand and Transcription. She graduated from Blooinsburg Slate College and holds a BS and an MEd degree. Some ol' Mrs. Fclty's lavorile pastimes are bowling. reading, and crahs. She is the senior class advisor, student store manager, and co-op coordinator. Her most enjoyable part of teaching is seeing students achieve a certain goal, or use ofthe skills they have acquired through thc business program. Mrs. Felty describes herself as being on the go. L. .,. Z4 2 wwf! O W The courses ol'Academic Typing. Business Typing. General Business, Marketing, and Shorthand ll are all taught by Mrs. Patricia Adamcyzk. A graduate from Bloomsburg State College. she holds a BS de- gree. Mrs. Adanicyzks hobbies include giving detention, Chinese cooking, needle point. ballet. andjazz danc- ing. She is the advisor lor TBL and likes it when former students come back and visit her. gg . M a I S "i" Its not that bad, Martha, No thats not how you spell "insurance" The students in the business course learn many skills to prepare them for a business career. Some of their courses include Typing, Shorthand and Transcription, Accounting, Marketing, and Filing, Mrs. Mildred Genelow is the teacher for the courses Accounting lund ll, Typing I, English. and Business Economies. She is ti graduate of Bloomsburg State College und Temple University. Along with zz BS, she also holds un Mlid. Mrs. Genelow enjoys sewing. musie, :ind reading. She is nn advisor for the yearbook und especially likes to work with the students. U TRI The Industrial Arts course is composed of thirteen classes ranging from Basic Electricity and Metals to Woodworking and Plastics. Students have the added dimension of "hands on experience." This practical part of their education prepares them for the world of work. RT Mr. William Seheirer is fl grndunle ol' Millersville Sllllc' College. Sled dog rzzeing. wood eurving. undgun building lill his lree llI77C. He enjoys seeing the students mzzke something that they ezzn be proud oli Ile describes hint- sell' as being "conservative, " - f Q1 ' ' f, . X 'ggi' I gb f I . f mf- 4. - g , U 1 -iq 'Nkfsf f , ,ik .--' ag iD k....f M. Mr. Michael Orendo teaches Agriculture Production. Farm Mechanics. and Horticulture, as wel! as advises FFA. His hobbies include hunting, flying. fishing. and nursery work. He has been teaching at THS Hur twenty- eighl years. AGRICULT RE Vocational Agriculture is designed to prepare students who have interests in agriculture and related occupations for employment. The stu- dents talce classes which teach them how to op- erate and manage a farm. Horticulture is an elective offered to the Seniors which deals with types of soil and plant growth. .rw . Mr. Barry Kcllncr teaches ninth grade vocational Biology, Agriculture, ninth grade academic shop, and also advises FFA. He enjoys boating, working, and snowmobiling. He describes himself as "easy- going." ff w Q ' l l H . Mr. Kcllner and Mr. Orendo are both Penn Slilltf ' ' ' graduates. 1 1 VG-TECH Opening new horizons, learning new skills, that's what Vo- Tech is all about. Vo-Tech students learn new skills and meet new friends. Their days back at Tulpehocken consist of four class periods: History, English, Social Studies, and Physical Education. After theygraduate, they are one step ahead of other studentsg they ha ve a special skill which will help them attain jobs. Wi, . mf' I 'S X N ' flu' t -'- '. ' ' .. gfff, V' ,--f -tggf-e - V- , V -Q I stt 3 V 'ba Q "Which your lingers, Bobby "Boy, do I do nicc wurk!" Thlls is thc wrong way to roll il. Timk hfzrd :lt work, x , 22433 LIBRARY wi Mr. Robert Bent? is our librarian at THS. He is a graduate ol' Millersville State College and holds a BS and an MLS. Mr, Bentfs hobbies include photography, reading. and camping. He leels teaching is interesting because tuo days are never the same. 71 Students who are hard at work. The library provides a quiet, relaxing atmosphere where students can go during studies. lt also pro- vides students with a wide variety of books, maga- zines, and pamphlets for enjoyment and research. .lust a small portion ofthe library u here research can bc done. i 1 V -wN..,,,,,, V i , , 4 Q ff" 4? iv" , + f Ig , 1 r Q . Mr. Bent? is always on the lookout lor overdue books ht? f pa W 5 ft H1 1 1 t tim e ft V 1 " ' A 11 3 .6 A .. , f - 'I f' . - ,I-f . . . i RT " ' 15422. , , o 1 ,d,,,- Mrs. .l.'lI1L'l BilllllJlSL'l' 1u11ul1u.s .-kr! :ind Drnlling lor griidcs nina lllftlllgll 1141-lvc. Sl1CgI'iILlllillCLI' Iron: lx'111f11mn Slgilc Clrllcgc :ind l1:1x il BS1ll7ll Nllrd, Mrs. Hilllllll.NL'l'.N lmblwilts includu Clll'YN'UI'k, pullcrj. libcr girl, c1115. and izniking biIlll7Cf.S lor hcr cl111r1.'l1. Shu l,.S Il licldjzidgu :II mick illld liuld w'cr11.s. in ulmrgu 11l'11r1 uork lor Ilic .lllIllUl'ilI1Ll' .SL'l7l'Ul' ul11.s.s plzi-x. 111111 is in clmigc oflliu bginnur.-. l11r11ll rlziiiccx. Mrs. l?11l1l1:1scr dcscribm l1ur.wll'11,v bring -'ll7I'I'HllC.u il'l do llllix uon '1 il 111:1Ac my h2IIlll.S' di I-rik, ,m11r11r1 uorlm 1'111prc.s.wcs Mrs. linllliziscrl Art is no! only drawing, il 'S also creating. The students in Mrs. Balthascrk art classes learn the basics and than go on to further their knowledge as wcll as their skill. Many exam- ples of work can ollen bc found in any one of the many show cases. Wlicrc do Ipul lhisf' GYM V H M 8, E l . Qu Wi, Mr. Lynn Schaeffer teaches Health. Driver Education, Physical Education, and has calcteria duty. He graduated from West Chester State College, and has a BS and an MEd in Health and Physical Education. Mr. Schaeller enjoys running, golfing and sleeping. He is the boys' basketball and cross countrv coach. His lltvorite part ol teaching is the individual instruction through the driver educa- tion program and the sports and action through the physical education program. Qtgzepitz. t--ff'--" HEALTH .raw . . ,, Uh, if "- M vu xma- Miss Mary Mohn teaches ninth grade Health and Physical Education lor grades nine through twelve. She graduated lrom East Stroudsburg State College and holds a BS degree. Miss .Vohn's hobbies include tennis and reading. She coaches varsity hockey and bo-vs' tennis. Miss Mohn likes to be with people and describes hersell' as being "congenial " 'sv' 'B N Mr. Carl Wolfis the instructor lor many Physical Education classes. He is a graduate of West Chester State College and Stroudsburg State College. Mr. Wolfs hobbies include bicycling and jogging. Being an athletic director keeps him bus-v as uell. Mr. Wolfeiuofvs the inter-action between All play and no tvork. students and himsell' even though "He never gets any respect. " DRI ER EDUCATIC A ,. I .ffffsf st." if 3 -A i'-- ' Wt ss 1 h' g :fy Lyyhyy I ,V 1: , 1. .fx al- ' ' -I 7 5.7 ,Q Qylkk H4 .,.,,..-....c X: C, V- La-M'---ww-M-. M. K-QA-gl ififs .r. 4 r R?" 465 .. ,.W, ga. , ' 1 M l,: i A,, , , , . W V 5 'Q , 2 ... .-. - L. -em "Aint no one gonna steal my car."' fat least not this timell L 2 .VJ Vi . . . - s ' . at Q' Q vv v Mr. Ronald Price teaches Driver Education, twelhh grade Physical Edu- cation. and has caleteria duty. He is a graduate of West Chester State College. where he received his BS, and Marywood College, where he received his MEdt Driver Education is a course designed to teach students the rules of safe driving. Sopho- mores are given this class to prepare them for that all im- portant honor of "sitting be- hind the wheel." Roadwork trains the student to drive well enough to pass THE drivers' examination. A driver's license is an important achievement and Tulpy's Driver Ed. course provides the stepping stone for this accomplishment. Mr. Schaeffer also teaches Roadwork. Mr. Price is hobbies include golling and swimming. He is the coach for the baseball team and likes summer vacations best. Mr. Price describes him- self as "easy-going." MUSIC Wx iifm ,, .gxy ,F X .05 xi f 17 3 E 019279 QT!-f. ...A Mrs. Kathleen Snyder teaches ninth grade music and directs the high school chorus and Sedecim. She is also a graduate of Lebanon Valley College. Her hobbies include sewing, cooking, reading, and skiing. She describes herself as being "complicated, " 5 X Mr. Theodore Weaver teaches instrumentztl music and directs the high school band and pep band. He graduated lrom Lebanon Valley College :md Temple University. llis hobbies inelude hunting and rfiising wild :ind domestic birds und animals. Ile describes lll'll7NL'lflIS being Hprolound, " afffff .,tt 1 2237 Quota if l-12.115 limi' The Freshmen at THS are required to take a course in general music. The course teaches appre- ciation through enjoyment and understanding. Other students may choose to express themselves musically by joining one or many of the various musical groups and organizations. THE WAY THEY ERE a ' frm?" - V W fl 1 . . ff, 1 Q X XMVN -'L U ' my , 9 ,,,s COOK 2 4...,,, , ,, K . P St' Marion Bixlcr, Pc:1rlSch:1ellcr, RIICZIHIIII Grumbinc, Joyce Zerbc. Ucrri Bztslmrc. Every morning the cooks are up bright and early to start preparing the day's meal which is carefully planned by the food service director. A few of the meals which take a great amount of preparation are lasagna, pizza casserole, and baked chicken. The cooks also help the student with sandwich sales and banquets. Betty Evans and Earlene Hoffman serve ice cream and are our dedicated cashiers. Jll I Marion Bixler is Tulpehockenk new lood service direc- tor. Herjob consists ofplanning the menus, ordering the food and supplies, and checking to sec that everything is running smoothly in THSB cafeteria. CUSTGDIANS George Bashorc, Harold Stoudt, Martin Bashore, Ray Himmelberger, Edna Staller, Peggy Huey. Throughout the entire summer, the custodians are preparing the school for the start of the next school year. Even though they work all summer, their jobs don 't stop when school begins. Not only do they keep the school clean and maintained, they also stay late to clean up after all activities. V ls Ray always this busy? 1 Mr. Bashore is THS 's supervisor of buildings and grounds. He makes sure the grass is cut in spring and thc schools are weatherried for thc winter. NURSES This work isn 't that bad." "-sb'- lsi Q .,.. 'ff ,nz 1014 - " 'ronaue . DSQIQSY "At the sound ofthe beep . . ." Mrs. Irene Haag's and Mrs. Judy Palmer's days are hectic and full. Not only do they help those who are ill, they also help the doctor when ph ysicals are given. When either of the nurses is here, she checks the students' eyes and hearing, and records their Weight and height. 'My vision is 20f20 - with my glasses."' DRI ERS I' Row I: Alan Rauenzahn, Glen Strunk, Lester Feick, Wayne Stoudt. Row 2: Marilyn Kissling, Ann Brown, Quentin Gettel, Harold Bashore, Martin Bashore, Phyllis Stoudt. i The students always arrive at school on time. Every morning our bus drivers tra vel all over the roads of northwestern Berks County picking up students for school. . Not only do the bus drivers transport students in the morn- ing and afternoon, they also drive students to parades, sports events, and field trips. Your smile gets me through the day. LPY FADS ,Q-ig ...,- SY Tulpy went Western, but left their boots behind. Nikcs made gym class Ibn. Craig caught scrub fever, Trojan mania swept thc school. Computers sweep Tulpehocken High. Birds z1rcn'I the only onus with feathers Therck zz sale on hezfdbzznds 111 Ormonds. Pike zz hike! Whois that behind those designer jeuns?.' . ,f'f?X.' 151 Q X31 ,, F . Rock Jerseys take our school by storm. East meets West. Quin-mx 4' lfwaw- 'F' 'S AQ Quilting is a favorite pastime. Whut zz line-up! , t s ' ,F .ag A g . ,,., Y :V N , . P V , - L L L n 1 v v . Q Q w Q M 4 1 u .... L : - L .. Q . ,,,, L ..,,. . - A A , , ,,,t,, .W Q --Y ,, :V The business department also received zz new computer. Oxford shirts z1ren't only worn in England Feathers look great on most anything. Charm necklaces display the symbols of our school years l' e i:+gWQ2i" aw w I ESMSTTQ Jw il! hgh?" 'Jia' v A k 'A 1915: JI '11 l s '1-':x-- - , f ' 1 59 ' I f , U ' i l 1 Q z- , ,. - . K is ' 5 i r . '-- - 'M - ,, f y .W srs ,a I l Q i 2. W' " ,f,- . Y. ' 'F' -,wi "' .1 'RH' 5 nh - H YQM lfffwiv - 1 ' ' f '+V el f . - ' ' so 1151411 l,., ,xref-x7:k,Z.?. we ll: a .... k s '25 -'ff': ?' - ' , ,A I ' f" ' 3 N V. ' s .Q e -N , 1 ' .i , 5141 r ff 1' ., efe ' ,Q 4 X l fir- aw w ' so .i ,ef e is ,,,, 4 e,ee General Hospital is ill at THS, too! Which way to the wharf? Looking for sailors. l We would like to express our most sincere appreciation to our year- book advisors, Mrs. Mildred Gen: elow and Mr. Sterling Hoffman, who put in many long hours and endured many headaches to make this book possible. Without their unfailing dedication, our frantic deadlines would never have, been met. We would alsoftilike toifthank Mr. Andy Santora, American yearbook representative, Q and Mr. William Uhler and Mr. Rob- bert Kieffer, of Uhler Studios. Lastly, but certainly not forgot- ten, go' our thanks to all the teachers and to the secretaries who allowed us to miss classes and who answered all our unending questions. .. . f...,.....,....,. . .. ..... ww. ,,, K. Q .I N411 i su,Q'.' 'n-Wwpvig, 2546 fkxlr ,f Kffafiv' f'v, -V' spfqg n ww 'C "' ,7, xl O ' .U f. .. 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