Twin Valley High School - Vallian Yearbook (Morgantown, PA)

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L. Q rx! ." -. X ni.. . Y,VI-- ,- jj , , gm-55 , Q.-1, . -f 1' , :z -:4, -: ' A. fbwsfg 5 x-0'5" -133-':':f ,.', , aff: -1 .Eu.r,M:3'ef?f?:-IQSSA-Tir f rf 1 Q 4 s R '! ...Mi .fda f09I'Ctl0Ad .X4lfl,t0g,l'Cl,f7A 6 SUMMER' Self-Service FOOD MARKET Phone 3-3726 'FOI' Free Honey Brook Quality 8: S6l'ViC9 Delivery PATRON LIST Al Davis Edwin Thoma Frank Whiteman Priscilla and Charlie Stockton Welsh Mr. and Mrs. Earl Houck Mr. and Mrs. W. Cheyney Ladley Darlene and Johnny Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow S. Yeingst Mr. and Mrs. G. Robert Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clark John and Betty Miller Imm's Restaurant H. Clair Musselman Mahlon Kurtz Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zwally Doris and Ken Bets and Ron Bob Hoffard Mr. and Mrs. William D. Graver Astor Jewelers Charles F. Trunk, Jeweler Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zellner Samuel Plotnich and Son Dorothy S Groff M. and C. Cut Rate, Terre Hill Barney Davis Schanely Jewelry Store, Downingtown, Pa. W.A. Karl Bear Hoffman's Drug Store Millie and Judy Pasquale D'Amico Elbert Eberts Mr. and Mrs. John Polischak Miss Jane Wells Miss Rosabel Witwer Mrs. and Mrs. William A. Ewing Helen and Connard Mr. and Mrs. Davis Evans Virginia Leininger and Jim Stolz Lovey Gring BEST OF LUCK CLASS OF 1956 LORING'S STUDIO Official School Photographer 20 N. Fifth Street Reading 4-3021 Yoon FRIENDLY FORD Danna IWW, Cans Stft Tnucns U SED CARS TA IT FORD 'qu E- I-'NCD'-N HIGHWAY COATESVILLE PHONE 4242 We will be here tomorrow to back up the cars we sell today. Remax, Advice On ull you Fhqndtul 'vmblems 'Bd-ld our nccnufvt Scfel .,.,...... .e Y m'fl'A 7 I-ldamlqr-serve C 9 'THE P1'P.sT NFITIONFIL 'BHNK sph" "e f Thong : 3-3Q-3' Honexfarook Fbenno.. CHURCHTOWN SUPPLY CO. Farm and Home Appliances Hardware and Electric Appliances Churchtown Penna. Phone Terre Hill 5-2376 C. M. REED'S SONS Calves, Eggs, and Poultry R.F.D. No. 'I Gap, P MURPHY'S FROZEN CUSTARD Cross Roads U.S. 122 8. 23 Morgantown, Penna. Compliments 0 f MORGANTOWN MOTEL TERRE HILL SILO CO. Terre Hill Pa. Phone Terre Hill 5-39ll ALBERT E. GUMPERT Birdsboro Pa. General Electric Appliances Gifts, Glassware, 81 China W. C. WOLF AND SON FRAN K'S FLOWER SHOP Geigertown Pa. Birdsbara Pa suE's BEAUTY sHoP FREE H' YOOS arage Honey Brook Pa. Ch urchtown Pa 33140 Phone 5-3791 Terre Hill THE PEAK lHOUCK'Si Submarines - Steaks Hamburgers - Platters Fountain Service Honey Brook Ph. 3-5740 Compliments of A FRI END CITY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY of Reading In the Pennsylvania Dutch Country 540 Penn Street Phone 4-222l MARGE'S HOME CxKlNG Morgantown, Pa. Open from 6:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. Breakfast Luncheon Dinner WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE lclosed Sundaysj Auto Supplies - Hardware Sporting Goods Morgantown Pennsylvania Compliments of COATESVILLE RECORD CHEST ER COUNTY'S PAPER FOR CHESTER COUNTY PEOPLE J. C. MUMMA Jeweler l . Compliments of 6 9 Penn ST " JEWELRY PEPSI-coLA I QLQMQHNQS "' SILVERWARE Quality Since 'l92O Reading, Po. LICHTY BROTHERS Compliments of BERSTLERS BARBER SHOF East Earl Phone Terre Hill 5-2723 R.D. l, Pa Congratulations Of Best Wishes To The Class Of 1956 EL-MOR CHEVROLET Morgantown Pennsylvania .EL MOR MOTEL mama AAA Breakfast Coffee Shop Tile Bath-Automatic Hot Water Heat Turn Left after leaving Pennsylvania Turnpike Exit at Morgantown Phone 6-4321 Morgantown Pennsylvania C. RAY EDWARDS Sincere Thanks Coal and Fertilizer To East Earl, R.D. l, Pa. Tomls Photo Shop Terre Hill 5-2103 Elverson BLUE BALL NATIUNAL BANK Blue Ball Pennsylvania Branch in Terre Hill Boro. 216 Interest Paid on Certificate of Deposit 271 Interest Paid on Savings Accounts 1906 -50 Years Of Dependable Service - 1956 NEW HOLLAND DINER New Holland, Pa. Phone 47640 Compliments Of C. A. LIVINGOOD 436 E. GROFF BUICK, INC. Buick Sales and Service Main Street New Hol Phone 422l5 lan General Merchandise Loggs Corner EVAN T. EY RICH THE SPORTSMAN'S'SHOP I35 E. Main Street New Holland, Pa. Phone 4-789l DeSoto Plymouth H. S. WITWER CO. Elverson, Pa. Good Used Cars Compliments Of THE HORSE SHOE INN GLEN MOORE LUNCHEONETTE Fountain Service Steaks - Italian Sandwiches - Hot Dogs Glen Moore 2-5l40 Creed Road, GlenMoore, Pa. Compliments Of HONEY BROOK LOUNGE ELAM H. SHIRK Block Laying MARTY'S MEN'S SHOP Men and Boys Clothing Quality and Style l08 E. Lincoln Hiway Coatesville, Pa. EMMA'S BEAUTY SHOP Elverson, Pa. 'Phone Morgantown 6-3557 COMPLIMENTS OF ELVERSON NATIONAL BANK Compliments of BEARDS GROCERY Morgantown George Beard, Prop. THE GENERAL STORE Morgantown Penna. Compliments of MOUNTZ WELDING A. W. STAUFFER Portable Feed Grinders and Mixers Welding and Machinery Repairing Terre Hill, Box 2 Phone 5-273l C. STANLEY ECKENROTH Funeral Director Morgantown Terre Hill Pa. McDONOUGH FLORIST g Flowejor TERRE HILL MACHINE co., mc. all Occaswns Call Phone 5-2921 Downingtown-or-Malvern Teffe Hill P0- 402 2340 SPRECHER'S RESTAURANT l Mile South of Bowmansville, Pa. Phone - Terre Hill 5-24l6 Lets Be Friends Maier's Sunbeam Bakery CITY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY of Reading, Pa. Compliments of BERKS COUNTY TRUST COMPANY Reading, Po. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Photography is our Business Not a sideline RALPH'S HOUSE OF PHOTOGRAPHY 327 East Main Street New Holland Phone 48285 W. W. WEAVER Jeweler New Holland, Pa. STAUFFER'S DRUG STORE l-49 E. Main Street Dial 4-2253 New Holland, Pa. Reliable Prescriptions H. G. PLOWFIELD -Hardware- Honey Brook, Pa. Phone 3-56ll THE DOWNINGTOWN LAUNDROMAT T37 E. Lancaster Ave. Downingtown, Pa. Phone 389 Laundry-Dry Cleaning-Shirts ADAM SWIGART - Honey Brook, Pa. Plumbing-Heating-Tinning STANLEYS SERVICE STATION Honey Brook Lubrication - Wheel Balancing Minor Repairs Tune-up - Washing Compliments Of DOWNINGTOWN NATIONAL BANK LEROY W. GROFF Stoves and Bottled Gas 517 West Main Street New Holland, Pa. Extra Heavy Truck Winching and Towing Go anywhere - anytime C. A. GDODFELLOW Elverson, Pa. Morgantown 6-3800 A.B.C. GROFF New Holland, Pa. Over 60 years of Farm Equipment Service BIXLERS RESTAURANT 301 Broadstreet Terre Hill Phone 53941 MENNO MARTIN Texaco Products New Holland, Pa. Phone 4-0041 SAMUEL PLOTNICH AND SON Used Auto Parts Scrap Iron and Metals New Holland, Pa. GEORGE L. M, DEIBERT Mortician Elverson, Pa. PAUL V. HOUCK Modern Food Service Elverson, Pa. Morgantown 6-4239 WOODY YEINGST RESTAURANT Sandwiches Platters Elverson, Pa. We wish you success Ln your new endeavors. GROFFS HARDWARE S. Railroad Ave. New Holland, P Morgantown 6-4352 RIVERSIDE CLEANERS J, F, CLARK 213 E. Ist Street East Earl R.D. 2 Bifdsbofol PQ- Terre Hill 5-2601 Phone 22246 Coal and Oil GLEN MOORE SERVICE STATION RUSSELL F- JAMES AND SON I Grain, Feed, Fertz., Hay and Straw G en Moore' Pa' . Elverson, R. D. I, Pa. Phone Glen Moore 2-2915 Phone MOVQUHTOWU 6-4266 Best Luck sNAvELYs FARM SERVICE Class of 56 Allis Chalmers Farm Equipment WEAVER NASH Mall Chain Saws Conde' Milkers Coatesville, Pa. New Holland' Po' A N , V M IEIEIEIEIEIET' 453325232525252525E553E525232323E5E5E3E5:2E5E5E5E5:5525: ADVERTISING me 'bbq' ws2MW"' Smiley 58 lb, 0 . K ,, . , , , A - "ggrwssXsfw23T WW'm""""W" 420 ' sax Q96 5966 ARSITY CHEERLEADERS Dampman, Bloise, Trolier, Yeingst, Hoffarcl Zook, Kline, Reindollar, Back. Hoshauer, I-rom. I BOOSTER CLUB SEATED: R,Wei1er. M. Mohl, P,B1oise, J.Dampmar1, E. Hoffert, M. Hoshauer STANDING: M. Martin, H. Ruoss, C. Howe. F. Whiteman, W, Dukeman, R. Hoffard H. Reindollar, Mr. Poliscliak, Faculty Advisor. The Booster Club members were the morale builders for the basketball games. They sold refreshments at all the games and used the profit for the benefit of the team. They should be commended on the excellent job they did on the posters and the basketball schedules. 36 BASEBALL FIRST ROW: W. Funk, R. Hoffard, T. McCord, B. Funk, G. James. SECOND ROW: R. Kenne1,R. Witwer, B. Wilson, Mr. Polischak, Coach: W. Dukeman. Due to the difficulties in the weather, the Baseball Team for this year was not able to have sufficient practice, during the beginning of the season. Many veterans returned and coach, Polischak was very confident that their "batting eyes" will return in sufficient time to complete a. successful season. 55 SOCCER FIRST ROW: B, Funk, B. Filmore. SECOND ROW: G. James, W. Patton, R. Hoffard, G. DeLong, F. Whiteman,E.Geiger. THIRD ROW: L. Martin, W. Funk, W. Dukeman, G, Walker, I. Yurkiewicz, Mr, D'Amico, Coach. The members of the Twin Valley Soccer Team can be justly proud of themselves for their spirit and de- termination shown in all contests. They met and defeated the champions of the league during the first round of play. 54 King Bill The Twin Valley Raiders, under the direction ofAlfred Davis did much to spread the name of the new school. The boys played together like a well- oiled fighting machine to win or leave a good impression on the opposition. The boys enjoyed a successful sea- son, although they were not victor- ious in all games. We They West Reading 46 79 Owen J. Roberts 36 34 Cocalico Union 53 59 Parkesburg 72 43 Tulpehocken 78 49 Oley 60 34 Parkesburg 51 40 Conrad Weiser 56 60 Cochranville 57 50 Sc huykill Valley' 85 59 Fleetwood 64 82 Amity 58 54 Brandywine 67 70 Cochranville 72 35 Exeter 61 69 Tulpehocken 72 '74 Conrad Weiser 63 73 Sc huykill Valley 51 61 Cocalico Union 53 59 Duke James Zook Wilson 53 VARSITY BASKETBALL KNEELING: B. Funk, J. Mimmf STANDING: J. Zook, J. King, G, james, W. Dukeman, W. Funk, W. Wilson, Mr Davis, Coach, CO-CAPTAINS 52 UNIOR VARSITY BASKETB LL Mr. Andrew Andrews,Coachg E. Geiger, W. Patton, R. Beaton, W. Ewing, D. Deihm, C. Roth, N. Styer, R. Benner I. Stauffer, H. McBal1. A group of fellows reported to Mr. Andrews first practice ses- sion with ability and enthusiasm, but no class or form. From this group that reported, the above showed they could be taught and de- veloped into a smooth working machine, gaining valuable experience for their climb to the Varsity aggregation. 51 TRACK FIRST ROW: Mr. Zellner, Coach: C. Howe. SECOND ROW: N. Styer, R Hay, D. Shirk, C. Moyer. Under Mr. Zellner's. direction this year's Track team participated in the following meets. April 3 Exeter Twin Valley April 13 Birdsboro Twin Valley April 18 Oley Twin Valley April 21 Albright Twin Valley April 27 and 28 Penn Relays May 2 Oley Twin Valley May 5 W. Reading Twin Valley May 9 Venzke Relays May 12 Victory m e e t s Shillington 50 .fgflz fehca DEBATING TEAM 'Q 2 FIRST ROW: I. Wanner, M, Stoltzfus, K, Witwer, M. Millard, SECOND ROW: R,Wei1er R Hay I Ewell M Schweitzer, M, Emrey, THIRD ROW: R, Keeler, Mr. Thoma, Advisor. This year a Debating Club was formed in Twin Valley High School. There were two other schools in the League. They were Birdsboro and Mount Penn. March '7,8,9 found the club members taking part in the tri-school debate, one day at each school. The topic of the three part debate was "How Should Educational Op- portunitie s be Increased for the Youth of United States." The Seniors who will leave this year hope that the club will continue its good work and be very successful in years to come. PRESIDENT Charles Lewis 48 SCIENCE CLUB ia! FIRST ROW: T, McCord, F, Robinson, F, Hartz, V, Patton, A, Goodman, C, Ranck, S, Abel, N, Fries, SECOND ROW: W, Wilson, J, Yurkiewicz, D, Shirk, E, Feilmaier, T. Steiner, C, Roth, N. Styer, B, Fox, J. Moyer, THIRD ROW: L, Newswanger, H, Bannon, W, Lewis, D, Deihm, R, Hoffard, F, Whiteman, I. Zook, Mr, Polischak Advisor, E, Russel, C, Lando, FOURTH ROW: R, Shirk, I, King, R, Houck, 17 CAMERA CL B SEATED: I. Browell, I . Griffith, K. Longabaugh, V. Leininger, D. Ladley, STANDING, SECOND ROW D, Styer, J. Patton, R. Evans, E. Haas, R, Dougherty, B, Seldomridge, F, Good, E, Geiger, D. Wolf, L Martin, M. Schmehl, F, Givens, Mr, Zwally, Advisor, THIRD ROW: R. Seidel, R, Benner, R. Beaton, T, Cashweiler, The Camera Club has done many interesting things this year. Mr. Zwally, the advisor, and some of the members met and made up a dark room in a very short time. Every member has dues of twenty-five cents a week. With this money they purchased supplies which are needed in the club. PRESIDENT SECRETARY Judy Griffith Darlene Ladley V. PRESIDENT TREASURER Judy Browell Virginia Leininger 46 DRAMATIC CLUB F3 S .. Q , if J- FIRST ROW: B, Plank, H, Ruoss, M, Houck, N, Dautrich, D, Howe, M, Stanley, L, Welsh, M, Richer M Hoshauer R,Weaver, SECOND ROW: M, Martin, M, Mohl, C, Kline, J, Robinson, R, Cairns, B, Patton, N, Houck C Hillrer J,l-Iaas, D, Zook, F, Gring, P, Bloise, J, Darnpman, B, Trolier, N, Witwer, E, Hoffert, Mrs, Groff Advisor THIRD ROW: C, Howe, B, Funk, R, Kenner, G, James, W, Dukeman, B, Funk, R, Witwer, C, Reigner T Zell R F11 lTl0I'e . The Dramatics Club, organized and directed by Mrs. Groff, is kept very busy every year by presenting a night of one act plays. With the money made on these plays the group of thirty-five club members go to Phila- delphia to see a Braodway play, which serves as a re- ward for work and effort put forth for their plays. The officers of the club are PRESIDENT, Barry Funk, VICE PRESIDENT Connard Riegner, SECRE- TARY Beatrice Trolier, TREASURER Peg Hoshauer. 45 GERMAN CLUB af FIRST ROW: I, Stroman, J, Glass, A, Stoltzfus, D, Clark, C, Weaver, P, Hartenstine, B, Fries, A Longabaugh, SECOND ROW: F, Styer, M, Sokol, M, Bannon, M, Erb, A. Runyon, B, Roth, R. Pike M, Orr, I, Kurtz, H, Reindollar, THIRD ROW: Mr, Zellner, Advisor, R, Houck, J, Fagen, G, Houck L, Kemper, G, Deloug, R, Hertzler, C. Howe. The German Club, under the direction of Mr. Zellner, has been conversing in German, and singing German songs. During some of the meetings they put on short plays, char- acterizing German humor. The club officers are as follows: President: Carol Wea- ver, Secretary-Treasurer: Betsy Fries. 44 TWIN NEWS STAFF SEATED: I. Dampman, B, Funk, W, Dukeman, B, Roth, C, Weaver, B, Trolier, STANDING: M. Hoshauer, C Riegner, P, Bloise, Mrs, Dorothy Groff - Faculty Advisor, E, Russel, N, Witwer, W, Ewing, S, Abel, M, Emery, D Zook, R, Filmore, M, Schmehl, The staff of the BEACON from Honey Brook and the WELSH- MAN from Caernarvon joined together with the supervision of Mrs. Groff in publishing the first newspaper of Twin Valley. A contest for the name of the paper was held and a S5 prize was awarded for the name TWIN NEWS. During the year they parti- cipated in two newspaper conventions. One being at New York City, New York and the other at Uniontown, Pennsylvania. The staff was as follows: EDITOR .......... Barry Funk EXCHANGE EDITOR . . . Margaret Hoshauer ART EDITOR . .lacquelyn Dampman CIRCULATION MGR .... Margaret Schmehl REPORTERS .... Robert Filmore, William Dukeman, Mildred Emery, Shirley Abel, Beatrice Trolier, Mar- garetHoshauer, William Ewing, Con- nard Reigner, Pierina Bloise, Bonita Roth, Diane Zook, Ed Russell, Nancy Witwer. ARTISTS . . Beatrice Trolier,Con- nard Riegner. TYPISTS . . . Carol Weaver, Barry Funk ADVISOR .... Mrs. Dorothy Groff UNIOR HIGH BAND STANDING, TOP ROW: S. Lewis, I. McCord, J. Kurtz, M. Sweitzer, D. Plank, B Delp, D Martin D Dixon P Alexander, H, Ludwig, J, Styer, J, Connelly, S, Hartx, A , Martin, SECOND ROW: 'Mr, Strausser Advisor R Mc- Ewen, B, Orr, P. McEwen, B, Plank, G, Mclrerney, D. Thompson, H, Rissel, L, Cashweiler T Bamberger P hfeingst D, King, SEATED, FIRST ROW: v, Umbie, G, swoyer, J, seidomndge, J, Emrey, 'K,l3annon D,i'Iertz1er D' Thompson, J, Ford, J, Summers, B, Evans, E. Hartman, V, Welsh, S, Given, L, Tournquist. ' ' The Junior Band played their first time this year at the opening of the New Elementary building in Honey Brook, under the direction of Mr. Strausser. They had their Annual Spring Concert April 27, in the all-pur- pose roorn of Honey Brook. 42 CONCERT BAN ' OO Mr, Robert Zwally, Director SEATED: C, Kline, I, Wanner, S, Abel, M, Schmehl, L, Sweitzer, R, Ifilmore, SECOND ROW: A, Longabaugh M, Schweitzer, D. Jacobs, J, Darnpman, M, Stanley, W, Dukeman, R, Weiler, I, Petersheim, N, Witwer, W Lewis,T,Steiner,THIRD ROW: M, Bannon, C, Hillier, A, Runyon, D, Zook, STANDING: G, James, M,Martin W, Wilson, P, Hartenstine, M. Sokol, 41 I MARCHI G BAN FIRST ROW: D, Hartenstine, B,Ranck, J, Prowdfoot, B, Fries, F, Gring, K. Witwer, D. Clark, 1. Hess, D, Geiger C, Sagner, L, Ranck, SECOND ROW: B, Trolier, M, Delp, R, Pike, H, Ruoss, J. Patton, P, Reindollar, D, Howe P, Martin, P,Witman,THIRD ROW: Mr, Zwally, Director, P, Hartenstine, E, Hoffert, A, Longabaugh, E, Russell M, Schme1,J,Warner,J, Petersheim. FOURTH ROW, F, Robinson, P, Yeingst, M, Bannon, R, Cairns, W, Lewis S, Abel, N, Witwer, L, Welsh, FIFTH ROW: R, Hoffard, F, Whiteman, C, Kline, I, Glass, R, Weiler, R, Evans H,Reindo11ar,J,Robinson, M, Martin, M, Stanley, R, Filmore, SIXTH ROW, P, Bloise, J, Dampman, C, Hillier J, Haas, C, Reigner, M, Schweitzer, D, Zook, M, Sokol, SEVENTH ROW: G, James, W, Wi1son,W,Dukeman, T SENIOR HIGH BANDS 40 v JU IDR HIGH CHORUS FIRST ROW: Sandra Hartz, Judy Kurtz, Joann Dolinger, Alta Houck, Patty Refford, Beverly Glauner, Barbara Evans, Sandra Lewis, Miriam Diebert, Ruthann Plank, Nancy McConnel, Mildred Evans, SECOND ROW: Mr. Strausser, Eleanor Hartman, Jane Styer, Dotty Mae Plank, Gloria Shantz, Dorothy Thompson, Kathy Martin, Nancy Auchen- bach, Mary Lou Bell, Louise Kessler, Dawn Thompson, Marjorie Dawson, Judy Emery, Grace Woodward, Stella McBal1, Lauralyn Tornquist, Vivian Welsh, THIRD ROW: Dick White, Peter Yeingst, Gerald Swoyer, Kenneth Hertzler, David Dixon, Ross McEwing, Arthur Krupp, Paul McEwing, Harold Ludwig, Thomas Bamberger, Peter Alexander, Dale Martin, James Summers, Howard Rissel, Jeffery Ford. The annual Candle-light Service was held on December 22, in the all purpose room of the Honey Brook Elementary Building. There is a Spring Concert planned for the 27th of April. 39 SENIOR HIGH CHORUS ix.. E", i FIRST ROW: F, Givens, N, Dautrich, C, Kline, M, Mohl, N. Witwer, M. Schmehl, M, Stanley, B. Plank, SECOND ROW: A, Stoltzfus, R, Weiler, M, Stoltzfus, H, Reindollar, D. Clark, B, Deibert, A. Runyon, C, Hillier, Mr, Robert Zwa11y,Advisor. THIRD ROW: B. Trolier, B, Filmore, C, Lewis, E, Feilmaier, B, Dukeman, C, Reigner, L, Stoltz- fus, B, Fries, 38 STUDE T COUNCIL SEATED at desk R, Keeler, FIRST ROW: D, Zook, L, Welsh, B, Funk, C, Kline, E, Russell, M, Delp, SECOND ROW:M. Schmehl, P, Yeingst, I, Mimm, B, Ewing, R. Beaton, J, Bloise, Mr. Thoma, advisor. PRESIDENT Ronald Keeler V , PRESIDENT William Funk This year the first Student Council in the his- tory of the Twin Valley School Jointure was or- ganized under the supervision of Edwin Thoma. This Student Council had the obligation of draw- ing up a Constitution by which all future councils will abideg included therein were its purposes, among which were: to improve the student-teacher relationshipg to develop attitudes of and practice the general welfare of the schoolg to promote the general welfare of the school. 37 SECRETARY Diane Zook TREA SURER Carole Ann Kline YE RBOOK STAFF Barry Funk Betsy Fries Frank Whiteman Bonnie Roth Richard Eva Sports Editor Business Manager Art Editor Assistant Editor Editor We the staff of 1956 BREEZE would like to take this opportunity to extend our sincere apprecia- tion to all those who have helped in making this year book a success. To our patrons, advertisers, and participants we would like to say "Thank You". 30 ns Charles Zellner Advisor E ,IT E JQE Ol'g6ll'llZ6ltl0l'L5 :S EEEH, U5 ,..,5,5,1wk V, -H A-5"' M . - V ' ' 1 .' QQ gf V "WM ' A ..,, . . V"' ' ' " - lin J 43? F 1fr'2rfyf.'f"'ff'L 1 , . V,,k fi-T ' F' Win? 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EM 1 id' 'X an 1 A., 17'- 3 IH nu. an "V" wx in N. :L E L5 A Q ff Always Talking A Mimeo Expert Late Again i Bus T ime Chow Time 33 SCHOOL NURSES Mrs. Ruth Hohl Senior High Sp-01' Miss Louise Haire Junior High 32 I- Yoder I. Detweiler S. Eshleman BUS DRI ERS E. McLaughlin I J. Harsh C. Traite I. Shantz 31 Wx ig cart, J. Gellrich, C. Kramer, D strong, E. Buskhart, A. Houck, Y Kennel. SECOND ROW: R. Haller B. Glass, E. Hahn, L. Hart, M ferty, B. Barth,G. Garman, G. Hine B. Huyett, R. Fry, J. Geiger, D Halteman. Leroy Schultz, A. Wardeusri. SEC- OND ROW: N. Meryfield, H. Ritchie, S. Mountz, J. Schuale, E. Seide1,T. Liwerman, C. Trote, Mr. Yatson, Advisor. FIRST ROW: L. Shiffett,Wa1ter,J.Matern, J. Sparr, G. Mauger, K. Scheidt, B. Keller, B. Miller, W. Maurer, Jr. SEVENTH GRADE , ig ,gig fm.. 11 ,. . 15 . ..W ...Iggy-,g,. ,, ...sme,, . x.f. , W.-.-V ,. ... .I .. fx V 3 , s, '5.f..... ..... ,,,,,,.,,, ,, -, , . , .-1 - '. H- --5 .r7lif7.- sr .:g,'s:- .592 5-,f',g '--,,, w,.ggi,gi..'f js. .f x - ' ' S5 1 1.2 A 115 5.3 .3 ilk , Q 2. . .W ' 2152 mm Row. R. Bannon, P. Mm. L. E,- iii A 'L Stoltzfus, R.White, J. Hartenstine, M. , .. .. . . rrv' is .Q'1 ,,, . g 'L Deibert, 1. Emery. SECOND ROW: N. I ' MCC0I1I1011.A- 5I01IZfl1S. M- SWCUZCF- . ..E. - Lf.. A ...- r" '.-. S' Murphy' C' Devine' S' Yqder' M' F ii Evans. THIRD ROW: R. Swelgal-ti In ,,,.,. EL.,l.,, .QL .,,. lf. ,V,., U 131,25 Delp. H. Rissel, P. Weaver. B. Wilson, . .,,. .1 lre A .'i . D-Heffzlef-1'De1iHSef' FOURTH .., ROW: G. Moore. L. Witman, R. Plank, "" Y ii 1 " A ft' 5: C- M0h1.R-Gr0ve- . Q..rR RSSE AASSW I iiii iaa W R.. 3 A .E"" . , . , . . 5 A... W Au., SSEE FIFTH ROW: S.Shafer. D.Thompson, M. Daw- ,,.,, " , 'ir ' Q W S EEE' son. M. Davis, B. Doutrich. E. Cashweiler, L. f Q., I 1 Bowman. SIXTH ROW: L. Keem, C. Howe, A. E. Eg, .E " Q., Houck, B. Evans, B. Glauner, B. Dodson, M. ::, 'f jg A .5g.ggi':-e1g,g55..: Demko- SEVENTH ROWS J- Newnamakef- J- if Kurtz, B. Newswanger, N.Se11. M. Milisoc, M. 1 "ii: g.fj1 g5?,1.,5.,:Ll1 Mwsoc- A- Miller- EIGHTH ROW. A- SIO1' . 1 , ' ii B . ,. rrer A fum. 1- Whifely- E- Phalef- 1- Lewis. M- Sei- . .. ' i ders. E. White, D. Refford. NINTH ROW: S. I Zell. B. Martin. B. Warner. 7 'iiiv 'L'fil79Vz "11.t.,.Tf lily' REP? kfk':' ' .1 I.. - i'l+ iwZi2f.i.ff. . 30 FOURTH ROW: C. Hartman, E. I-Iami1ton,R. Heffentrager, J. Cath- Heckman. THIRD ROW: D.Fe1ker, C- Fredickson, J. Huyeti, C. Arm- . I George, J. Bell, J. Light, Mr. Ar- no1d,Advisor. FIRST ROW: R. Laf- I THIRD ROW: L. Weiler, B. Paine, C. Zeigler, L. Potts, Jr., D. Potts, EIGHTH GR DE FIRST ROW: S. Brodman, K. Lesher, J. Sailor, B. Whalen, G. Tschudy. J. Messner, H. Seifert, J. Kissinger, M.Hughes, P. March. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Houck, Advisor, 1. Bitler, D. Warmkessel, F. Kline, L. Kline, A. Balatjek, I. Knarr, S. Mountz, L. Harting, D. Behrle. THIRD ROW: G. Sabo, P. Moser K. Boltz, R. Marburger, B. Styer, G. Fredrick, W. Hafer, D. Bell, R.Wh1t moyer, J. Schmale. FOURTH ROW: D. Zeigler, B. Dorm, A Zrigler, G Winnings, G. Hugett, R. Rothrpt, A. Gaudy, R. Robinson, W. Seidel, R. Hum me ll. FIRST ROW: L. Harrison, N. Davis, A. Simpson, K. Griffith, J. Camper, J Linton, J. Esworthy, H. Woodward. SECOND ROW: N. Lammey, C. Hartz D. Plank, D. Wanner, F. Care, C. Morris, N. Bannon, N. Souden, B. Weaver V. Umble, A. Moore, B. Shirk. THIRD ROW: R. Hallenback, T. Dodson, G Mclnerey, D. King, B. Orr, G. Swoyer, J. Unrub, Shauffer. FIRST ROW: B. Keller, L. Harrison, K. Dautrich, S. Sports, D. DeGezelle, I Myer, B. Souden. SECOND ROW: J. Keifer, A. Evans, C. Miles, J. Summers A. Martin, E. Hartman, J. Connelly, J. Seldomridge, J. McCord, D. Miller C. Morris, W. Slorlzfus. THIRD ROW: J. Sfafford, B. Barner, J. Martin Slotlzfus, J. Hurst, R. Dampmen, K. Clark, J. Goodman, R. Hess, B. Seiters I Qnvrlpr ,W FRESHMAN FIRST ROW: G. Shantz, H. Emrey, B. Seiters, N. Haas, V. Sweitzer, P. Sokol, G. Bush, I. Souden, G. Killian, J Whitely. SECOND ROW: A. Moyer, D. Dixon, R. Reider, J. Styer, V. Witwer, B. Good, K. Martin, P. Erb, D Bowman, B. Worth ...., M. Zook, B. Harsh, C. Harsh, R. Burkhart, Reifsnyder. THIRD ROW: L. Ruoss, M. Knauer J. Beam, A. Rhoades, C. Esworthy, D. Fink, C. Plank, W. Hoover, L. Segner, A. Houck. FIRST ROW: J. Zynn, B. Reiff, L. Mack, G. Flowers, B. Simpson, M. Browell. SECOND ROW: T. Spece, P. Ref- ford, K. Bannon, S. Hartz, L. Grove, L. Pike, S. McBa1l, E. Hartenstine. THIRD ROW: P. Yeingst. R. Weaver, A. Krupp, T. Bamberger, P. Alexander, C. Moyer, P. McEwen. FIRST ROW: R. L. Kessler, M. Bell, N. Auchenbach, P. Curley, S. Pfahler. SECOND ROW: F. Deihm, J. Ford S Lewis, L. Tournquist, J. Styer, D. Thompson, K. Hertzler. THIRD ROW: R. McEwen, K. Cashweiler, D. Martin, H. Ludwig, C. Derterline. 28 SOPHO CRES FIRST ROW: L. Wilson, B. Dautrich, K. Longabaugh, J. Griffith, N. Witwer, K. Witwer, C. Kline, J. Bloise,J.Yoder,J.Wanner, E. Hass. SECOND ROW: I. Kurtz, R. Weiler, D. Zook, D. Burkhart, B. Dei- bert, J. Patton, A. Runyon, M. Hartenstine, M. Stoltzfus, M. Sokol, M. Orrs. THIRD ROW: H. McBall, E.Geiger,G.DeLong,I.Ewell,L. Martin, G. Houck, L. Kemper, J. Troop, G. Troop, D. Wolf, C. Howe, FOURTH ROW: R. Beaton, N. Styer, J. Yurkiewicz, R. Benner, C. Roth, R. Hay, Mr. Zellner, Advisor. FIRST ROW: M.Houck,M. Ricker, M. Stanley, B. Patton, F. Good, N. Houck, J. Robinson, L. Welsh, R. Cairns. SECOND ROW: R. Houck, J. Todd, D. Deihm, M. Mountz, J. Styer, C. Hillier, R. Shirk, T. Zell, N. Fries. THIRD ROW: L. Newswanger, C. Lando, E. Russel, B. Dougherty, W. Houck, J. Fagan, B. Fox, H. Bannan, L. Stoltzfus, B. Seldomridge. FOURTH ROW: G. Morris, T. Steiner, D. Shirk, W. Wilson, Mr. Polischak, Advisor. I UNIORS Q a M744 FIRST ROW: A.Longabaugh,E. Hoffert,J. Browell, D. Howe, N. Dautrich, J. Glass, H. Ruoss, F. Givens, M. Martin, M. Hoshauer. SECOND ROW: M. Delp, H. Reindoliar, F. Styer, M. Erb, D. Styer, J. Haas, R. Pike. J. Greeniy, M. Bannan, V. Patton, A. Sroltzfus. THIRD ROW: Mr. Davis, Advisor, W. Lewis, H. Schlimme, B. Patton, J. Seldomridge, I. Stauffer, C. Moyer, R. Sloan, D. Moore, J. Mimm. A l 4 FIRST ROW: M. Reindoliar, F. Robinson, M. Mohl, C. Rank, P. Bloise, A. Goodman, J. Dampman, F. Hartz, M. Schmehl. SECOND ROW: Mr. Thoma, Adviser, R. Hertzler, R. Seidel, A. Musser, T. Cash- weier, W. Funk, G. James, W. Ewing. I. Zook, C. Reigner, L. Newswanger. 26 ClASS PRESIDENT Mn vlercfa VOTE forQJ BSP! 01 D TE ITH JUDY FRONT: R. Filmore, SEATED: R. Weaver, F. Gring, M. Millard, M. Schweitzer, D. Ladley, STANDING: B. Trolier, P. Yeingst, C. Howe, R. Kennel, R. Witwer, W. Dukeman, S. Abel, B. Plank. 24 RONALD EARL WITWER "Ron" East Earl, Penna. Newspaper staff 2,3g Band 2g Color Guard 3.4, Soccer 2, Baseball 1,2, 3 ,4g Dramatics Club 2 ,4g Boys Sports Club 3g Rod and Gun Club 1, Dra- matic Club Plays 2,3,4g Class Plays 1,2 ,3 ,4. Ford, good natured, always broke, always smiling, PRISCILLA JO YEINGST "Priscilla" Elverson, Penna. Class Secretary 1,2 ,3, Newspaper staff 1,2,3g Band 1,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 1,2 ,3g Basketball Varsity 1, 2g Varsity Cheerleader 3,45 Typing Club 4, Class Plays 3,4g F.H.A. 1, 2,3g Banking 1. likes the Navy , witty, cheerful, per- sonality, plus. 23 RUTH MILLER WEAVER "Ruth" CAROL JEAN WEAVER "Caro1" Elverson, Penna. Class Secretary 4, newspaper staff 2,3 ,4, Softball 2, German-Corr. Club 3,4, German Hiking Club 1, Typing Club2,Jr. Town Meeting 3. very talkative, loves to tease, plays piano, nursing field. Elverson, Penna. Banking 3, Camera Club 1,2, Dra- matics Club 4, German-Corr. Club 3, Jr. Town Meeting 3, Class Plays 3,4. quiet little gal of the class, office work, enjoys reading and writing letters. "Frank" Elverson, Penna FRANKLIN LUTHER WHITEMAN Newspaper staff 2.3, Band 1,2,3, Color Guard 4, Soccer 2,3,4, Base- ball 1,2,3,4, Boys Sports Club 2,3, Rod and Gun Club 1, Science Club 4, Class Plays 3. artistic, dependable, "lt will be a better Navy when Frank wears the uniform". 22 JUDITH ANN STROMAN "Judy" Elverson, Pa. German-Corr. Club 45 Banking 3g Coin and Stamp Club 3g German Hiking Club lg Typing Club 2: Class Play 3: Likes the Air Forceg enjoys jitter- buggingg often seen driving her dad 's Cal. LLOYD ERNEST SWEITZER "Lloyd" Elverson, Pa. Band 1,2,3,4g Jr. Varsity Basketball 2,3g Jr. High lg Soccer 2,3g Base- ba1l3g Typing Club 43 Rod and Gun Club 1. Bowling, conceited and silly girls just don't rate. BEATRICE BARBARA TROLIER "Beatie" Honey Brook, Pennsylvania C 1 as s V i c e President 1,4g Class Treasurer 33 Newspaper Staff 1.2,3. 4g Majorette 1,2,3,4g Gir1's Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4g Mixed Chorus 1,2.3.4g Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,4g Drama- tics Club 4g Craft Club lg Drama- tics Club Play 4: Student Council 1.2. A t t r a c tiv e cheerleader, "ROSE PRINCESS" flirtatious. likes sports. 21 BONNIE JUNE ROTH "Bonnie" Elverson, Pa. N e ws pa pe r staff 2,3,4g "The BREEZE"Staff4g Banking 4, Ger- man Corr. Club 3,4g German Hik- ing Club lg Typing Club 2g Good natured, likes driving and eating subs, enjoys playing minia- ture golf. MARGARET MARION SCHWEITZER upegll Geigertown, Pa. Band 1,2,3,4g Softball 2,3,4g Dra- matics Club 1,2,3g Girls Sports Club 4g Class Plays 3,43 All -around, hot rodder, well-liked, Ford taxi service. RAYFORD LEE STAFFORD ..Ray.. Morgantown, Pa. Boys Sports Club 2,3g Debating Team 4. Quiet, hard ly ever seen around school, hails from the South. 20 Coin and Stamp Club 3g Typing Club 25 Science Club 4. always ready to argue. Jim usually has aside remark, drives an English Ford. MARY MYRNA MILLARD "Myrna" Elverson, Penna. Newspaper Staff 1,2,3g Mixed Cho- rus 1,2 ,3g Debating Team 4g Class Plays 4. happy go lucky, outstanding giggle, can oftenbe found at Howard John- sons. 1 JAMES OSCAR MOYER uhm.. Elverson, Penna . BETTY LOU PLANK "Betty Lou" Honey Brook. Penna. Class Vice President 2 .39 Newspaper Staff 1,2 ,3g Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4g Dramatics Club 4. little but mighty, talkative, always cheerful. I9 BARRY HOWARD FUNK IIBarrylI Churchtown, Pa. Class President lg Class V. Pres. 2g Newspaper Staff 1. 2. 3, 4g "The BREEZE" Staff 4: Basketball Var- sity 2,3,4g J.V. Basketball lg Soc- cer 3.4g Baseball 1.2.3,4g Dra- matics Club 45 Boys Sports Club 3g I r. Town Meeting 3: Dramatics Class Plays 4. pleasing personality. FLORENCE PATRICIA GRING nl-'oveyn Morgantown, Pa. Class V. President 2g Class Secre- tary 35 Majorette 3,43 Flag Twirler 1,25 Camera Club lg Dramatics Club 3,43 Typing Club 2: Dra- matics Club Plays 3,4g Class Plays 3,4. Neat. sharp dresser, doesn't like to be called Florence. All-around athlete. frtends to all ROBERT BENTLY HOFFARD "Bob" Churchtown, Pa. Band 1,23 Color Guard 3,4g Soccer 2.3.43 Baseball 2.3.4g Boys Sports Club 2.3: Rod and Gun Club lg Science Club 4. Likeable fellow. carefree, driving his Plymouth tops his lists of amuse- ments. 15 NORMAN LEROY HOUCK JR. "Norm" Honey Brook, Pa. Class Treasurer 1, Color Guard 2,3p J. V. Basketball 1,25 Soccer l,2,3g Baseball 1,2,3,4g Rod and Gun Club 1,25 Science Club 4. Mechanical minded, real ladies lTl3l'l. CARROLL LEON HOWE "Carroll" Morgantown, Penna. Soccer 45 Baseball 2,3,4g Dramatics Club 45 Boys Sport Club 3, Typing Club 23 Hiking Club lg Debating 2, Dramatics Club Plays 4, Class Plays 4g Booster Club 4. Short, likeable. easy to please. RONALD KEELER "Ronnie" Morgantown, Penna. Class President lp Class Vice Presi- dent 2.3, Boys Sports Club 2,33 Rod and Gun Club lg Debating Team 1, 2,3,4. Likes to argue, President of Student Council, drives a Ford. I8 HARRY RONALD KENNEL "Ronnie" Mohnton, Pa. Band 1,25 Basketball Varsity 35 J. V. Basketball 1,25 Soccer 25 Base- ball l,2,3,45 Boy's Sports Club 1.2, 35 Dramatics Club 45 Dramatics Club Plays 45 Class Play 4. Agricultural minded, gets along with others, likes blonde, curly hair. JOHN HADLAI KING "John" Morgantown, Pa. Basketball Varsity 45 J.V. Basket- ball 2,35 Jr. High 15 Baseball 1,2, 35 Coin and Stamp Club 35 Boys Sports Club 15 Rod and Gun Club 25 Science Club 45 Debating Team 2. Rather quiet, likes sports, a great Dodger fan. DARLENE ELIZABETH LADLEY "Darlene" Elverson, Pa. Newspaper Staff 1,2.35 Band 1.2.35 Mixed Chorus l,2,35 Basketball Varsity 1,2,35 Softball 2,35Banking 35 Camera Club 45 Class Play 45 F. H. A. 1,2. Dimples, the Army has her heart, she wears a sparkler on "That" finger. 17 VIRGINIA GRACE LEININGER "Ginny" Elverson, Penna. Newspaper Staff 1,2 ,3g Band 1,2 ,3 Mixed Chorus 1 ,2 ,3g Basketball Var- sity 2,3g Softball 25 Banking 3 Camera Club 4g Class Play 3g F.H.A 1.2. full of fun, engaged. CHARLES BENSON LEWIS "Charlie" Honeybrook, Penna. Class President lg Class Secretary 35 Newspaper Staff1,3g Color Guard 1 ,2 ,3 g Mixed Chorus 2 ,3 ,4g Debating 4. conservative, staunch Republican, neat dresser. ...I-im.. always seems to be enjoying herself THOMAS BARD MCCORD Elverson, Penna. Class Treasurer 2,3g Baseball 2,3,4g Boys Sports Club 2,35 German Hik- ing Club 15 Science Club 45 Class Play 3: outdoorsman, curly hair, Dixie Land stylist. I8 EDWARD JOSEPH FEILMAIER N Ed!! Honey Brook. Pa. Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4: Football 1, 2: J. V. Basketball 1: Dramatics Club 2: Typing Club 2: Science Club 4: Dramatics Club Play 2. Witty, all-around, tallest, likes dancing. sense of humor. ROBERT GLENN FILMORE "Bob" Elverson, Pa. Class President 2,3,4: Class Sec- retary 1: Newspaper Staff 2,3,4: Band 1.2,3.4: Mixed Chorus 4: J. V. Basketball 2,3: Jr. High 1: Soc- cer2,3,4:Baseba1l2,3,4:Dramatics Club 3.4: Boys Sports Club 1: Sci- ence Club 2: Debating Team 2: lr. Town Meeting 3: Dramatics Club Play 3.4: Class Plays 3,4. Experienced gas pumper. usually not at home. expresses his own opinions. BETTY ELAINE FRIES "Bets" Elverson, Pa. Class Secretary 2: Class Treasurer 1: "The BREEZE" Staff 4: Banner Carrier 3.4: Girls Chorus 1,2,3: Mixed Chorus 4: Banking 3: Coin and Stamp Club 3: German-Corr. Club 4: German Hiking Club 1: Typing 2. A certain Black Ford catches her eye, handled the business end of "The BREEZE," will open a hair dressing salon in the near future. 14 WILLIAM SHAFFER DUKEMAN "Bi11" Elverson, Pa. Newspaper Staff 2,3,4g Band 2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 45 Jr. HighBasketba1l lg Ir. Varsity Basketball 2g Varsity Basketball 3,4g Soccer 2,3,4g Base- ball 1,2,3,4g Dramatics Club 45 Boys Sports Club 25 Rod and Gun C1ub2g Science Club 3g Dramatics Club Plays 4g Class Plays 3,4. Hearty appetite, lover of sports, enjoys dancing. MILDRED MARGARET EMREY "Millie" Honey Brook, Pa. Class President 35 Class Secretary 1g Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,4g Ma- jorette 1,2,3,4g Girls' Chonis 1: Mixed Chorus lg Varsity Basketball 1g Craft Club 1,2g Debating Team 4g Student Council 1.2, S t u d io u s . majorette, tall, likes steaks, enjoys driving. RICHARD DAVIS EVANS "Gabby" Honey Brook. Pa. Class Treasurer 2,43 "The BREEZE" Staffg Band 1,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 1,25 Soccer 1,25 Camera Club 4g Rod and Gun Club. Proud Chevy owner, talkative, likes to eat, Editor of "The BREEZE". 13 SHIRLEY JANE ABEL "Shirley" Honeybrook, Pa. Class President 25 Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Science Club 45 Class Play 4. Quiet, brain, blonde, plans to be a physicist. DORIS LORRAINE CLARK "Doris" Churchtown, Pa. Flag twirler 15 Banner Carrier 2, 3,45 Girls Chorus 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 45 Camera Club 15 Ger- man-Corr. Club 3,45 Typing Club 2. Likes a certain Ford. lovely red hair, nervous type. PEGGY ANN DEIHM Mpeg.. Honeybrook, Pa. Class Secretary 25 Newspaper Staff 1,2,35 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Soft- ball 1,25 Varsity Cheerleader 2,35 Craft Club 1,25 Science Club 4. Pretty eyes which you can't miss, roller skating addict. I2 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Robert Filmore Beatrice Trolier Richard Evans Carol Weaver President Vice President Treasurer Secretary CLASS COLOR CLASS FLOWER Pink and Charcoal Pink C31'11a-ti01'1 ll f, X vawfy xx L1 en iam UNIOR HIGH FACULTY MR. KENNETH COOK MR. DONALD Mc KIM MR. EARL B. STRAUSSER Science English, Latin Music B100mSbl1rg. U. of P. Clairon State College West Chester State Teach- University of Pittsburg ers College MR. FABIO GABRIELLI MR. RICHARD MAGEE Geography Math East Stroudsburg State Col- Elizabethtown College lege MR. PASQUALE A. MR. FRANCIS B. WOOD MR. L. WILSON BICKING D'AMICO Principal JR. Shop Science Millersville State Teachers West Chester State Teach- College ers College MRS. BEATRICE L. MABELL MISS JANE DYKE Home Economics English, History Michigan State College Bloomsburg 8 E IOR HIGH FACULTY MR. CHARLES ZELLNER MR. ALFRED DAVIS MR. IERE BRA DY English, Social Studies Commercial Art Albright College Bloomsburg State Teachers Kutztown State Teachers College Colleoe MR. ANDREW ANDREWS MR. EDWIN THOMA Health English, Social Studies Penn State University West Chester State Teach- ers College MR. ROBERT ZWALLY MR. ELBERT EBERTS Music Supervising Principal Mansfield State Teachers College MRS. DOROTHY GROFF MR. IOHN POLISCHAK Mathematics Sciences. I. B. T. West Chester State Teach- ers College Kutztown State Teachers College PRI CIPAIJS MESSAGE To the class of 1956 I extend my best, personal wishes for success. May the future years provide each one of you with health, happiness, and prosperity. You, as the first grad- uating class of Twin Valley High School, will long be remem- bered as a shining example of how schools can be consolidated in perfect harmony to provide a better and finer educational program. Your class has shown initiative and enthusiasm in making our new school organization work. This has been possible only through the co-operation and energy of each member of the graduating class. For this splendid help,I would like to extend my personal gratitude. May your future be successful, and may your initiative and enthusiasm never wane. Mr Francis B. Wood Mrs. Kathern Wilson Principal Secretary 6 . Ng-sand SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL K 5d Mrs. Jeanette Graver Mr. Elbert Eberts Secretary Supervising Principal Education is truly the "melting pot" of the world. We have combinedfor the firsttime students from sixdifferent school districts into a joint school operation. You, as the first graduating class from the Twin Valley High School,will have aprofound effect upon the students who will follow in your footsteps. I hope that each and everyone of you will realize his or her ambition in life. Always keep a goal for which to striveg never falter or hestitate in striving to reach that goal and may it be one which will give each of you a full and happy life. SCHOOL BO RDS Norman McFarland Harold Kurtz Ralph Hertzler J. Elmer Witman John A. Berstler 240444: Solon Marburger Irvin Wicklein Brooke Brady Francis Lange Thomas Hoyer Thomas Seidel Qaaeq 31406 John W. Goodman Lester P. White Donald G. Davis Walter P. Alexander H.S. Frankhouser may 31446 7 Q John B. Seldomridge Clarence D. Robinson Robert R. Rock, Jr. Wayne S. Gabel Harold B. Fisher gow Wea! George Beaton Herbert Stranberg Arthur Sigman Leroy M. McConnell Mrs. Anne A. Howe Mr. Wm. A. Ewing Harry S. Elston A.G. Palrnateer Quant Sedan! gown! Harry Elston, President Harold Kurtz, lst Vice President George Beaton, Znd Vice President Donald Davis, Secretary Wayne S. Gabel, Treasurer 4 .CJ-6l,CLl,fty XX .xdolminzdfraf ,4,,61,,4 F UREWORD We, the class of 1956, shall soon be embarking upon a new road of life and we shall take with us pleasant memories and the remembrance that we were the first class to graduate from Twin Valley Joint High School. We wish to extend our best wishes to the future graduating classes and hope they will enjoy school life as much as we have. Each of us will want to be able to glance back on some of those unforgettable moments . So that we might treasure these memories, we have as- sembled a permanent record called "The Breeze". We sin- cerely hope the succeeding pages will bring joy and happiness to those who read it from time to time. 2 Ae M2222 1956 . S 1 'fo' TWIN ALLEY JOI T HIGH SCHOOL 2. Foreword 4. School Board 5. Mr. Eberts 6. Mr. Wood 7. Senior High Faculty 8. Junior High Faculty 10. Snap Shots 11. Senior Class Officers 12. Seniors 24. "Date With Judy" 26. Junior Picture 27. Sophomore Picture 28. Freshman Picture 29. Eighth Picture 30. Seventh Picture 31. Bus Drivers 32. Snap shots 33. Snap shots 36. Yearbook staff , P ' 37. Student Council 38. Senior High Chorus 39. Junior High Chorus 40. Senior High Band 42. Junior High Band 43. Twin News 44. German Club 45. Dramatics Club 46. Camera Club 47. Science Club 48. Debating Club 50. Track 51. Jayvee Basketball 52. Varsity Basketball 53. Basketball Records 54. Soccer 55. Baseball 56. Booster Club 57. Cheerleaders .1 .5-. 4. F E n I i ilm'-G . any . 'YQEE' all .i?S' L fifri' 5.54.5 .f.: ps.f ii g! ,P J . . .. . 1 K . 1 13' ., ,JL - ' i .ug Q. M V , f -. 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