Twin Valley High School - Vallian Yearbook (Morgantown, PA)
- Class of 1959
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To The Boundless Future
As the graduating class of Twin Valley High School, we wish to extend
our most -sincere gratitude to those who have carefully guided us, preparing
us for the new sea of adventure onto which we are about to embark.
In The Vallian we have recorded some of our fondest and most cher-
ished memories of the past four years. Our purpose in assembling this annual
is that in the future we might turn back the pages of time and relive some of
these unforgettable events. And, if in years hereafter, when glancing through
your 1959 Vallian, you can say "Yes, I remember! we will feel our purpose
has been accomplished . . .
The last century has been filled with a series of notable accomplishments.
Numerous achievements have made their fame through the thought, research
and labor of man.
This is only the beginning. The progress of these achievements lies in
our hands, the youth of America.
The door of opportunity is open to us. We must take advantage of it,
unlocking the mysterious chambers of discovery. The sky is our limit,
knowledge is our password and labor is our key . . .
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Including two counties, four towns and four townships, 'Iwin Valley Joint School District
is fast becoming a.n industrial and prosperous area. Comprised of approximately 250 Square
miles, this section is also swiftly increasing in population.
New industries are opening their doors to advancement and to progress. Adding to the
economical status of our communities, local businesses are being improved or established.
To facilitate these expansions various accommodations have been provided. Among
these are the construction of a new high school building and the development of new resident-
Communication and transportation are two of Twin Valley's most exceptional features.
Well equipped electrical and telephone circuits are available. The Morgantown Exchange
of the Pennsylvania Turnpike adds to the importance of our locality.
The rolling landscape of this picturesque countryside with its fertile green fields, large,
comfortable farmhouses, and modest country Churches is symbolic of our yearbook, THE
Haard of duration
G. Schultz lMrs.J
R. Ranck, JI'-
Rev. J. R. Kilgore
A. G. Palmateer
S. Jasinski QMrs.J
The 'Pain Valley Joint School Board is composed of five directors from
each of the following districts which make up the Jointure: Caernarvon,
Honey Brook, West Nantmeal, Robeson Townships, Elversonand Honey Brook
Boroughs. The officers of the School Board are chosen by its members
and the work of the board is done by special committees which give a report
of their work at each meeting of the School Board.
Mil. IiLliEll'l ll. EBEIIT
I would like to take this opportunity to wish each member
of the Senior Class happiness and success in their future
life. I hope that what you have learned and mastered, while
attending Twin Valley-Senior High, will assist you in achiev-
ing your life's goal. We will maintain an interest in your
future and hope that you in turn will maintain an interest
in educational affairs.
I hope that many of you will attend institutions of higher
learning. Many opportunities await the individual with a
determination and ability to increase his knowledge. You
will be the pioneers of the Space Age and in order to adjust
to the concepts and problems of this new age you must
increase your knowledge to the utmost.
MIL FRA CIS ll. Wllllll
To the Class of 1959, I would like to extend my best
wishes for success. As you go forward into life I hope
each of you will remember the studies you had at Twin
Valley, and apply the principles learned to your respective
fields of endeavor. I know you will maintain our standards
of honesty, integrity, and scholarship as you go forward
through life, and I earnestly hope you will reach the goals
you desire. The future holds great prospects for those
who continually strive for' knowledge. I am sure you members
of the Class of 1959 will continue your learning, either in
business, or in higher education, and that you will have a
bright and prosperous future.
ah fi Mr!
Francis B. Wood
A11 Able And lludcrslanding acuity
Mary Jane Delp, E. Esther Smith, Shirley A. 'Bauder, Grace M. Balthaser, Dorothy S. Groff, Jane A.
Dewald, Dorothy L. I-lorning, Francis B. Wood, Alice Nagle, Lois W. Swoyer,Marga.ret W. Stephens.
Kenneth L. Cook, Carroll S. Arnold, Donald L. MacLean, Alfred G. Davis, Edwin L. Thoma, James R.
Rutter, John M. Pezzuto, Pasquale A. D'Amico, Charles E. Zellner, Richard S. Magee.
Robert E. Zwally, Carl T. Horner, Andrew L. Andrews, J. Everet Morris, John W. Polischak, Fabio
Gabrielll, Gene A. Schott, Robert S. Moyer, John A. Allison, Patricia Reitz, Frances Doll.
John J. Allison Alfred G. Davis Jane A. Dewald Fabio Gabrielli Dorothy S. Groff QMrs
LaSalle College B,A, Bloomsburg S.T.C. B.S. Albright College B.A. East Stroudsburg S.T.C. West Chester S.T.C.
English Business English, Latin B.S. B.S.
Bio10gY: Drlver's Ed- Mathematics
Dorothy L. Horning Donald L. MacLean John W. Polischak Edwin L. Thoma Grace M. Balthaser
Bloomsburg S.T.C. Bloomsburg S.T.C. Kutztown S.T.C. B.S. Wilks College B.S. Kutztown S.T.C. B.S.
B.s.H1SlIlBSS B.S. Science History Art
Kenneth L. Cook Pasquale A. D'Amico Mary Jane Delp Carl T. Horner Patricia Reitz
Bloomsburg S.T.C. Millersville S.T.C. B.S. West Chester S.T.C. West Chester S.T.C. West Chester S.T.C.
B.S. Industrial Arts B.S. B.S. B.S.
Temple University Physical Education, Physical Education, Music Wocalj
E.D.M, Health Health
Robert E. Zwally
Carroll S. Arnold
Kutztown S. T.C. B.S.
Richard S. Magee
Robert S. Moyer
Pennsylvania S. U.
J. Everet Morris
West Chester S.T.C.
Alice Nagle lMrsJ James R. Rutter Margaret W. Stephens Gene A. Schott John M. Pezzuto
Urslnus College B.A. Albright College B.S. West Chester S.T.C. Albright College B.A. East Stroudsburgh
English, Latin Science A B.S. English History S.T.C. B.S.
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Iharles E. Zellner Andrew L. Andrews E. Esther Smith Lois W. SwoyerQMrs.l
Llbright College B.A. Pennsylvania S. U. B.S. Eastern Baptist College Albright College B.S.
English Physical Education B.S. Home Economics
Shirley A. Bauder
Kutztown S.T.C. B.S.
Faculty 0ff Guard
Who locked my trunk?
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Math review for Mr. Magee . . .
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Emily Neatock lMrs.j
Lillian Gilbert, Ethel
Winings, Helen Smale,
Laura Bell Henry, Ruth
Goldman, Mable Cat-
Anna. Strauss, Betty
Schmehl, Mary Ranck.
Mildred Miles, Helen
Swoyer, Dorothy Robin-
son, Eunice Bohlayer.
Among the three accreditedfields at Twin Valley
High School is the Academic course. This course,
consisting of such majors as Latin, Chemistry,
Physics, trigonometry, geometry, algebra, and
advanced mathematics, corresponds with what is
otherwise recognized as a college preparatory
system. Hereby students a.re advised in specialized
fields of science, mathematics, and language, all
three being essential to the advancement of Ameri-
can culture. In recent years definite progress has
been achieved due to the exerted efforts of both
student and teacher as they work together aiming for
one common goal - knowledge.
For the purpose of training the new leaders of tomorrow's business world,
the commercial department has been one of importance at Twin Valley. In it
are offered the varied subjects of typing, shorthand, business training, book-
keeping, and office practice. The mechanics of clerical and administrative
works are studied as well as practiced. Opportunities for further education
are also stressed in this field. Training in specialized commercial fields such
as secretarial work, accounting, and business administration is at the present
time available not only in high school but also in institutions of higher education.
The world today is concentrating on new means of obtaining more effective and
efficient business methods of the future, and it is toward this goal that we are
The General Department has been offered to
Twin Valley students in order to widen the scope
of knowledge in separate vocational fields. Its
main purpose is to establishaninterest in skilled
professions. Industrial arts, home economics,
and art courses are taught to provide students
with practical knowledge. Interest and under-
standing are dis 1
p ayed in an individual rather
than in a collective manner.
In the General as well as the Commercial and
Academic Departments, compulsory subjects
are taught, some being bi l
o ogy, English, and
historyg all these comb'
me to make tomorrow a
tomorrow of unlimited progress.
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fLeft to rightj P. March, G. Sabo, D. Bell, R. Hess, H. Rapp, R. Moss, J
Bitler, H. Seifert, G. Tschudy, J. Sailer, B. Kellett, J. Kissinger, J. McCord
Mr. Allison, Advisor, F. Kline, K. Griffith, J. Seldomridge, M, Hughes, A
Martin, C. Morris, A. Lienti, S. Mountz, D. Warmkessel, A. Moore, N. Souden
H. Runyon, C. Morris, R. Whitmoyer, W, Hafer,H. Printz, W. Styer, P. Moser
C. Stoltzfus, D, King, G. Nissley, R. Dampman,J. Linton, D. Stamper, C. Miles
qlueft to rightj G. Mclnerney, A. Styer, D. Martin, R, Hallenbeck, W, Stoltzfus,
B, Shirk, F. Care, P, White, N. Lammey, M, Mount, D, Plank, T, Pasquale,
N, Davis, B. Weaver, L, Harrison, J. Pavlesich, B, Whalen, D. Hampton, V.
Umble, Mr. Thoma, Advisor, R, Pavlesich, L. Harrison, D. DeGezelle,J
Messner, E, Hartmen, L, Kline, J, Myer, R, Hummel, G. Frederick, K, Boltz
J. Summers, J. Unruh, J. Keiffer, E. Scott, J. Detterline,J. Goodman,G
Swoyer, B. Unruh, J. Martin, S. Collins.
flzeft to rightj D. Halteman, W, Stoyer, I... Keen, P. Unruh, W, Fox, C, Mohl
B. Fausnaught, B, Newswanger, M. Seiters, B, Evans, N. McConnell, J, Geiger
D. Hertzler, M. Deibert, Mr. MacLean, Advisor, S. Mountz, D. Kurtz, V
Aguiar, M. Evans, J. Dolinger, B. Glauner, J, Kurtz, M. Sweitzer, I, Anspach
E. Pfahler, E. Seidel, J. Emery, M, Vasi1e,M. Dawson, B. Huyett, M. Stimson
B. Glass, Y. Kennel, P, Mertz, T, Linderman,R. Bannon, G. Moore, L, Weiler
E. White, H. Boad, J. Hurst, C. Kramer, H. Kerr, R. Sweigart, L. Schultz
fLeft to rightj R. White, P. Weaver, H. Rissel, D. Refford, R. Nissley, R. Fry
J. Sailer, B.McGowan, R, Wilson, M, Fadclis, N. Sell, A. Houck, K. Scheidt
M. Demko, D, Barrage, R. Plank, L. Pupek, S. Schaffer, C. Devine, L. Meck
J. Hartenstine, A. Miller, E. Cashweiler, Mr. Polischak, Advisor, B. Paine
A. Love, F, Styer, D, Thompson, B, Keller, E. Burkhart, D. Rohrbach, N
Merryfield, J. Gellrich,C. Trate,J, Oldham, F, Coleman, D, Reicler, G, Mauger
A. Wardenski, D, Heckman, J. Stoltzfus, C. Zeigler, R. Heffentrager, E. Hahn
W. Maurer, J. Schmale, J. Greenley, D. Felker, L. Hart, J. Bell, B. Miller
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J. Greenly. Row 2: Mr. Shott, J. Nunnermaker, R. Grubb, C. Leinninger, L. Walters, L. Gable, W.
Left to Right, First Row: ix. Shelly, R. Moore, P. Hess, P. Dawson, C. Dempko, D. Given, P. Martin,
B. Dehaven. Row 2: Mr. Moyer, H. Fox, W. Beam, L. Grove, R. Pavlesich, L. Whitman, J. Hertzler,
L. Emrey, R. Ranck, E. Bowman.
Left to Right, First Row: S. McNeil, M. Gable, B. Morta.n, K. Dixon, S. Given, M. Davis, D. Grubb,
S. Smoker, Second Row: Mr. Morris, L. Bergdoll, L. Russel, J. Myers, S. Fellenbaum, J. Stauffer,
R. Cutman, E. Mack, M. E. Shananman. Third Row: K. Rapp, D. Jacobs, W. Ranck, I. Snyder, D.
Styer, A. Hoersch, W. Spotts. Fourth Row: J. Robinson, W. Emrey, R. Beaton, E. Stoltzfus, L. Beiler.
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D. Mohl, D. Clayney, H. Morris, J. Griffith, B. DeGeze11e, P. Plank, R. Miller, D. Smoker, B. Bubb,
D. Ford, J. Reece, K. Hallenback, R. Hartz.
V. White, M. Moore, E. Keiffer, D. Piahler, J. Good, M. Newswanger, E. Bower, J. Colley, D.
Geiger, V. Andes, M. Linton, S. Hoffman, B. Ra.nck, G. Peza, Mr. Andrews, M. Kinsey, M. Diehm,
D. Henderson, R. Snyder, W. Welsh, W. Hess, R. Ranck, W. Shuler, I. Combs, R. Rock, J. Souden,
J. Guiseppe, G. Goodman, H. Walters.
J. Davis, C. Guilden, N. Howe, L. Townsend, J. Zoll, C. Webb, L. Fitch C. Lane, J. Moore, J.
Zimmers, N. Twiliger, C. Strandberg, A. Stoltzfus, C. Ziegler, F. Sto1tzfus,B. Styer, B. Robinson,
R. Thompson, W. Shannaman, J. Killgore, A. Martin, D. Brill, Greenley, H. Goodman, L. king, M
First Row: P. Yeager, E. Roling, M. Unruh, M. Jacob., L. Reiff, G. Godfrey. Second Row: D. Broslow,
F. Martin, G. Hasslett, P. Whitmoyer, L. Showalter. Third Row: L. Herb, C. Wagner, M. Aguiar,
D. March, C. Carroll, F. Mohr. Fourth Row: A. Love, L. Lafferty, G. Moser, P. Mountz, A. lxohl,
G. McMullen, D. Eddinger, C. Zellner.
Front Row: R. Rimbly, M. Martin, G. Maurer,J. Ruth, I. Hart. Second Row: I. Caniszewski, L. Flemming,
I. Boltz, M. McHugh, C. Lienti, P. Snyder. Third Row: R. Ludwig, N. Huyett, C. Herb, J. Mohr, S. Mc-
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A. Krupp, H. Ludwig, P. Yeingst, C. Plank, T. Bamberger,
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E. McBall, F. Styer, L. Tornquist, E. Hartman, N.
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L. Kessler, R. Spancake, D. Thompson.
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Given, J. Runyon, B. Livingood, S. Schnore, J. Ammon, R. Ranck, T. Bamberger, Y. Kennel, H.
Rissel, J. Petersheim, N. Trindle, G. Swoyer, J. Summers, W. Freeman, B. Evans, D. Thompson, C.
Spa.nca.ke, M. Gahel, G. Tschudy, D. Styer, V. Umble, D. Hertzler, D. Thompson, J. Kurtz, G. Mauger,
C. Bannon, I. Seldomridge, M. Vasile, M. Sweitzer, P. Stimson, S. Eppihimer, C. Devine, R. Warner,
P. McEwen, J. Nunemaker, B. Seidel, Mr. Zwally.
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One of the biggest handicaps the 'little Raiders"had to contend with was the lack of practice
space. Next year, if present plans materialize, Twin Valley may have its own gymnasium with
" ' R 'ders' should have a big year.
some veterans to return. The Little ai
R Fry: ,Ei Hahn, P- Moser' R' Hummel' H Rap
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J. V. BA KETBALL
Led by their coach, Mr. D'Amico,
the J.V. 's were out front fighting all
Captained by Richard Fry, they
carried the ball down the court to
finish with a record of 3 victories
and 11 lo-sses.
Our future varsity teams lie
within the J.V. teams, who really
help to support them.
You gotta think about the game!
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The season opened up with Mr.
Horner, the new coach, setting the
boys through their paces.
Leading the Raiders on to the
court were four returning lettermenz
Ted Spece, Dick Anspach our co-
captains, Jack Bingham and Eddie
Up against stiff competition, they
fought their way through, with under-
classmen Jim Summers and Ed.
White helping them out all the way.
Good luck next year fellows!
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CO-CAPTAINS AND COACH
Ted Spece, Mr. Horner, Dick
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were Eleanor Hartman, Rose Paulesich and Barbara Shirk,
The fine job of coaching was left to Miss Smith where she carried over her victories to the
J.V. team with 4 wins and 4 losses, Loretta Wade led the way as J.V, captain.
Keep up the good work, girls!
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Oley 52 49
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Hard Practice showed rewards when these girls played
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and 2 losses. Leading them to victory was captain Ruth
Spancake, while the coaching field was left to Miss Smith,
Miss Delp. Nice going girls and good
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five seniors: Ken I-lertzler, Ted Spece, Bob
Seidel, Bob Maurer, and Eddie Hartenstine.
This year coming up from J .V. are ten under-
classmenz Jim Summers, Eddie White, Bill
Styer, Ronnie Whitmoyer, Gary Mclnery, Bob
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The cheerleaders are the spirit behind good
sportsmanship and showmanship. Leading the
team on to victory is a hard hit rewarding
job, which these girls accomplish through their
efforts. The ten girls also serve as represent-
atives of good citizenship as they go out to
other schools. There our school is judged through
the light of our schoo1's cheerleaders.
B. Evans, A. Wardenski, D. I-Iertzler, B. Glauner.
Richard Anspach Morgantown
Basketball 1,3,4g Football 13 Golf 3,45 Soccer 3,4g
Chess 8: Checkers Club 3.
Sportsminded . . . Mining prospect . .. school just
doesn't rate . . . 'Tally-Ho'
Peter Alexander Honey Brook
Chorus 1,3,4g Band 13 Class Play 1,4g Soccer 1,
2,3,4g Radio Club 2g Student Court 3g Class Pres-
ident 3g Commercial Club 35 Yearbook Staff,
Business Manager 4.
Penn State bound . . . always joking . . . willing and
able . . . Sharp dresser . . . "Oh, Andeh'
Thomas Bamberger Honey Brook
Chorus 1,2,3,4g Band 1,2,3,45 Soccer 1,2,3,4g
Basketball 1g Radio Club 25 Dance Band 3,45
County Band 3,45 Boys Ensemble 3,45 Class Play
Future shyster . . . blushes easily . . . always ready
for a.n argument. . . keen trumpet player.
Catherine Blanche Bannon Elverson R.D.
Art Club 25 Band 1,2,3,45 Dancing Club 35 Year-
book Staff 4.
Dislikes junky lockers . . .future business teacher
. . . pleasant disposition . . . 'You know it I'
James William Beam Morgantown
Sports Club 25 Chess 8: Checkers 35 Basketball
45 Student Council 4.
More money for less work mad behind the
wheel. . . car conscious . . . "That's the breaks'
Mary Louise Bell Elverson R.D.
Cheerleading 2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Girl's Ensem-
ble 45 Class Officer 1,2,45 StudentCouncil Officer 45
Basketball 2,3,45 Softball 2,3,45 Hockey 45 Class
Play 1,45 Newspaper Club 35 Yearbook Sp9rt's
Sportsminded slave at Murph's .. . Mickey
Mouse Fan . . . 'I-Iere, here now !"
Dolores Yvonne Bowman Elverson R.D.
Library Clubg Knitting Club.
Quiet and likeable . . . pretty green eyes
secretary to traveling lady executive..
John Paul Bingham, Jr. Morgantown
Basketball 2,3,45 Track 1,23 Band 1,2,35 Radio
Club 2g Golf 3,4g Monitor 35 Dancing Club 3g
Dance Band 35 Soccer 4.
Pet gripe - short girls . . . hunting enthusiast . . .
Cassanova. . .in basketball spot-light . . . "That's
the way the old bee bees'
Marlene Gail Brown Birdsboro R.D.
Knitting Club lg Library Club 2g Typing Club 3.
Long, dark hairg large, dark eyes . . .french fries
and hamburgers are the best . . . ardent painter . . .
"Oh, no !"
Richard Burkhart Mohnton R.D.
Sports Club 2g Chess and Checkers 3.
Quiet. . . driver of a shiny yellow "Chevy" . . .
Hunting and fishing are tops with this Senior
lad. . . 'You old Hood'
vw., r ,W ing,
Elise Ruth Clevenger Gibraltar
Knitting Club lg Library Club 2g Dancing Club 3.
Future ahair-curler' . . . Fond of records . . . twink-
ling eyes knee-sock fan um chewer
Marie Elizabeth Cutman Morgantown
German 15 Hiking 13 Coin and Stamp Collecting
Club 2g Commercial 3g Merchandise Club Mgr.4.
Reliable and dependable . . . pleasing personality . . .
likes a Florida climate . . . "Oh brother'
i Dave C. Dixon Honey Brook
Chorus lg Class Vice President 3,45 Radio Club
23 Chess And Checkers Club 33 Dance Club 3.
Flashy shirts . . . dark wavy hair . . . soft, soothing
v voice crazy driver 'You're breaking my
Hazel Louise Emery Honey Brook R.D.
Art Club 2g Dancing Club 3.
Often seen talking to Lucille. . .envies Florida's
climate white convertibles hit the spot
collects dolls..."Wouldn't you like to know?"
Lynwood Warren Englehart Birdsboro R.D.
Hobby Club lg Radio Club 2g Chess and Checkers
Club 3g Chorus 4.
Automobile lover. . . speedy typist . . . thrives on
hamburgers . .. friendly personality . . . "I didn't
do it I'
Grace Elizabeth Flowers Honey Brook R.D.
Chorus 1,2,3g Dancing 3.
Always smiling . . . enjoys being with people . . .
often on the dance floor .. . 'Pay 'em no mind!
Sandra Ann Graul Gibraltar
Art Club 15 Library Club 2g Commercial Club 3.
Willowy . . . TV Sz radio admirer . . . proficient typ-
ist . . . 'Drop dead!
Vera LaVerne Grove Elverson, R.D.
Basketball 2,3 ,4g Softball 2,3g Hockey 43 Chorus
3,43 Art Club 25 Booster Club3g Class Treasurer 2.
Short and sweet . . . Kutztown bound . . . Long Blonde
Tresses. . . 'I guess so.'
Richard Hart Birdsboro R.D.
Baseball 1,2g Hobby Club lg Sports Club 2g Chess
8: Checkers Club 3g Yearbook Staff 4.
Likeable . . . mechanically inclined . .. steak sand-
wiches are just the thing . . . one eye always on the
look-out . . . "Let's knock-off tomorrow'
Edward I-Iartenstine Joanna
Baseball 2,3,43 Soccer 3,45 Basketball 3,45 Danc-
ing Club 3.
Terrific all around fellow . . . goes for horses . . .
good natured . . . has his eye on "her" . . . prefers
study halls . . . 'You dumb quack'
Sandra Lee Hartz Honey Brook
Band 1,2,33 Chorus 1,3,4g Newspaper 2,3g Class
Play 1,45 Basketball 2,35 Cco-captainj 45 Debating
Club 25 Yearbook Co-Editor 4g Librarian 4.
Loves to read 81 sleep . .. smart .. . attractive,
striking .. . dislikes crowded buses . . . 'You got
Sidney Ray I-leffentrager Birdsboro R.D.
Hobby Club 15 Sports Club 2g Chess and Checkers
Club 3g Chorus 3.
Tallest guy around. . . ready to lend a helping hand
. . .familiar as 'Cheyanne' . . . soft spoken. . . loves
to swim . . . shuns hard work. . . '0h, nutsl'
Kenneth Charles Hertzler Elverson R.D.
Baseball 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Chorus 1,2,
3,4g Track 2g Sports Club 2g Chess and Checkers
Airplane pilot's license . . . good-looking and neat
. . . keen on athletics . . . always ready with a smile
. . "Son of a goose'
Charles Jacob Hine Birdsboro R.D.
Hobby Club lg Chess and Checker Club 3g Sports
it Y is r Club 22 Chorus 4-
M S S l'yV 1 l Quiet sort oi guy. . . blonde. . .loves to hunt. . .
S' ,sii i-1 favorite class-Study hall.
Bonnie LaRue Huber Gibraltar
Knitting Club lg Chorus 25 Dancing Club 3g Year-
book Staff 4.
An Elvis fan. . .enjoys playing piano and organ. . .
quiet personality . . . an ice-cream lover . . . 'A Sail-
Raymond Lee Keinard Birdsboro R.D.
Hobby Club lg Sports Club 25 Chess and Checkers
Club 33 Chorus 4.
Colgate smile . . . well liked by everyone . . . quite
the outdoors man . . .favorite food-the deer he didn't
shoot . . . easy to be around. . . "If you say so'
Dorothy Louise Kessler Mohnton R D
Cheerleading 1,2,3,4g Chorus 1,2,3,45 Class Play
lg Student Council 2,4g Dance Band 2,3,4g County
Orchestra 45 Hockey 45 Girls Ensemble 45 Year-
book Staff 4.
Tops on the list with a certain baseball player . . .
peppy cheerleader . . . pretty . . . likeable . . . musi-
cally inclined . . . 'I-Iey! What's the idea?'
Marvin Kenneth Knauer Elverson
Chorus 45 Chess and Checkers Club 35 A Garden-
Spot admirer . . . black wavy hair . . . sleepy . . . quiet
4 personality . . . future car mender . . . 'Wake me up
when the bell rings!
Arthur Albert Krupp Honey Brook, R.D.
Chorus 1,2,3,45 Class play 1,45 Band 2,3,45 Soccer
1,2,3,45 Dancing Club 35 Boy's Ensemble 3,45
Happy-Go-Lucky . . . could live on Chinese food . . .
side burns . . . everyone's friend . . . "Well, I'll be
Barbara Ann Kutz Birdsboro R.D.
Knitting Club 1,35 Library Club 25 Chorus 3,45
Hockey 45 Short 'n dark. . . hearty laugh. . .loves
to drive . . . scores in bowling . . . pony-tail girl. . .
"Oh, shoot I'
Sandra Lee Lewis Honey Brook
Bald 19293:4Q Ch0!'llB 1r2n3.r4Q Gi.I'1'S Ensemble 4Q
Dancing Club 33 Class Play 43 Yearbook Staff 4g
Tiny . . . superb drum majorette . . .tall boys just
don't suit. . . Morda.n's salesglrl . . . 'Look out l'
Harold Pierson Ludwig Mohnton R.D.
Track 25 Class President 1g Chorus 1,2,3,4g Moni-
tor 3g Boy's Ensemble 3,45 Friendly. . .prefers a
Iunio r . . . spaghetti . . . dark complected . . . 'How
Carol Ann Mattson Birdsboro R.D.
Band 1g Chorus 2,3,4g Dancing Club 35 Likes to
travel. . . enjoys people . . .postcard collector . . .
candidate for Bloomsburg State Teachers College
. . . 'Jlmlny Caesars'
Robert Earl Maurer Gibraltar
Baseball 1,2,3,45 Hobby Club 15 Radio Club 25 Fo-
rensic Club 35 Yearbook Staff 45 Tall. . .friendly
H smile . . . ready with a helping hand . . . 'What hap-
pened to that dollar I had?'
Mayolia Estella McBall Elverson R.D.
Chorus 1,2,3,45 Dancing Club 35 County Chorus 3,
45 Short 'n Cute . . . friendly personality . . . atwinkle
in her eye . . . sensational voice . . .future Beauti-
Paul William McEwen Elverson
Chorus 1,2,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Class Play 1,45 Chess
and Checkers Club 35 Another the same, not only
in name . . . always laughing . . . driver of a speedy
"Chevy' . . . 'Hi Sam l'
Ross Munro McEwen Elverson
Chorus 1,3,4g Boy's Ensemble 3,45 Radio Club 33
Dance Band 3,43 Band 1,2,3,4g Class Play 1,45
County Chorus 45 Fuel injection enthusiast . . . dark
brooding eyes . . . full of fun . . . twin . . . 'What the
heck do you wa.nt?'
Sandra Lee Pfahler Suplee
Chorus 2,4g Dancing Club 33 Loves to skate...
chief cook at Houck's.. .not easily convinced. ..
Lea Blanche Pike Elverson R.D.
Art Club 25 Basketball manager 25 Dancing Club 35
Yearbook Staff 45 Basketball fan. . . her heart is in
i the Air Force . . . always happy and agreeable . . .
2 short . . . 'Same difference'
Charles Park Plank Honey Brook R.D.
Chorus 1,2,3,45 Band 1,25 Dislikes hard work . . .
big brown eyes . . . drives a '54 Ford . . . good sport
. . .on hand for any emergency . . . 'Having a balll'
James Aaron Ramsay Gibraltar
Hobby Club 15 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Soccer 15 Band 15
Radio Club 25 Chess and Checkers Club 35 Enjoys
Church work . . . doesn't shun hard work. . .friendly
. . . hunts and traps . . .first class birdwatcher . . .
Patricia Louise Refford Honey Brook
Chorus 1,2,4g Band 4g Dancing Club 3g Librarian
15 Yearbook Staff 45 Bar-b-Que . . .always on the
lookout . . . cute little giggle . . . works at Murph's
. . . 'What 'cha doin'?'
Judith Ann Reiff Birdsboro R.D.
Knitting Club 3g Library Club 25 Dancing Club 3g
Yearbook Staff 45 Despises dirty dishes...chip
cheese steak really rates...quite a talker...
Lloyd R. Ruoss Honey Brook
Chorus 2,3,4g Commercial Club 3 3 Sports Club 25
Enjoys Industrial Arts . . . driver of a '39 DeSoto
. . .pleasing disposition. . .a hunting man. . .
'Havin' a ball'
Lois Dail Scheidt Gibraltar
Science Club 15 Library Club 25 Chorus 3,45
Dancing Club 35 On the quiet side . . . short . . . wants
to be a beautician. . . record fan . . . 'No kidding'
Larry Lee Segner Elverson
Band 23 Baseball lg Driver's Education Club 2g
Chess and Checkers Club 3g Student Council 35
Basketball 4g Hot-rod fan.. .goes for sports...
annoyed by girls . . . "Let's go home'
Robert E. Seidel Gibraltar
Soccer 1g Basketball 1g Baseball 1,2,3,4g Band 13
Hobby Club 15 Sports Club 25 Forensic Club 35
Yearbook Staff 43 Class President 43 Hobby - taxi-
dermy. . . likes to move at a slow pace. . .the
Navy's got him . . .nice looking . . . 'Hey you hood'
Gloria Marlene Shantz Elverson R.D.
Chorus 1,3,4g Basketball 3,4g Basebal13,4g Library
Club 25 Booster Club 3g Yearbook Staff 45 Auburn
hair . . . sportsminded . . . enjoys singing and playing
the piano . . . wants to be a missionary . . . 'Gosh
Barbara Ann Simpson Honey Brook R.D.
Art Club 2g Dancing Club 3g Quiet. . . Often seen
at school sports . . . despises early morning alarm
clocks . . . enjoys browsing around a pizza pie stand
. . . 'Is it really?"
darn it l'
Ruth Anne Spancake Elverson R. D.
Band 1,2,3,4g Dance Band 3,49 Chorus 1,2,3,4g
County Chorus 43 Girl's Ensemble 3,43 Student
Council 1,2, Secretary 3,43 Class Officer I,2,3,4g
Basketball 1,2,3,4g Softball 1,2,3,4g Hockey4gClass
Play 4g Booster Club 3: Yearbook 43 Sportsminded
. . . likes convertibles . . . 'Soda jerk' . . . likes tall
boys . . . 'That did it 1'
Theodore John Spece Honey Brook
Basketball 1,2,3,43 Soccer 1,2,3,43 Chorus 1,2j
Baseball 2p3p4Q Sports Club 23 Class Vice Presi-
dent 23 Band 2g Typing Club 33 Student Council 3,43
Athletically inc li n e d . . . conservative . . . s ha r p
dresser. . .friendly. . . 'Lots of luck, Charlie
Ann Stieff Birdsboro R.D.
Band 13 Art Club 1p2Q Dancing Club 23 Chorus 2,3,
43 Yearbook Art Editor 43 Baseball 43 Hockey man-
ager 43 Basketball manager 43 Terrific artist.. .
horse-crazy . . . gentle . . . 'What he doesn't know
won't hurt him"
Jane Louise Styer Honey Brook
Band 1,2,33 Chorus 1,3,4'3Girl's Ensemble 33 News-
paper Staff 1,2,33 Yearbook Editor 43 Librarian 43
Class Play 1,43 Big, bright eyes . . . willowy . . . at-
tractive . . . efficient. . . 'wedding bells' . . . shines
the Dodge . . . 'No kiddin"'
Dawn Marie Thompson Honey Brook
Basketball 45 Cheerleading 3,45 Softball 2,3,45
Band 1,2,3,45 Girl's Ensemble 3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45
County Chorus 45 Hockey 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Stu-
dent Council 45 Plans to wear a white cap. . . full
of vim and vigor . . . quick smile . . . 'Oh gee, get
Lauralyn Tornquist Honey Brook R.D.
Class Play 1,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,3,45 County
Chorus 45 Girl's Ensemble 45 Student Council Sec-
retary 25 Newspaper Club 1,2,35 Yearbook Literary
Editor 45 Pretty blonde hair . . . Penn State admirer
. . . dislikes people who brag . . . friendly personality
. . . 'Now be seriousl'
Loretta, Wade Gibraltar
Volleyball 1,25 Softball 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45
Hockey 45 Cheerleading 45 Yearbook 45 Student
Council 45 Class Play 45 Red hair anda hot temper
. . . happy-go-lucky . . . talkative . , . 'Come on now'
Ruth H. Warner Elverson R. D.
Chorus 2,3,45 Class Officer 35 Student Council 3,
Officer 45 Record Club 35 Yearbook Staff 45 Band
45 Girl's Ensemble 3,45 Class Play 45 Reserved. . .
pretty. . .always eating. ..loves to sleep...
pleasant personality. . . "Oh, my goshl'
Vivian Lee Welsh Honey Brook
Class Play 15 Girl's Ensemble accompanist 45
Chorus 1,2,3,45 Dancing Club 35 Yearbook Staff 45
Softball 25 Enjoys bowling and roller skating. . .on
her way to Goldy Beacon . . . afraid of the dentist . . .
cute . . . always on the go . . . 'How 'bout that'
Peter Joel Yemgst Elverson
Band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 2,3,45 Soccer 3,45 Class
President 25 Student Council 2, President 4, Vice
President 35 Yearbook Editor 45 Class Play 1,45
Boy's Ensemble 3,45 Dance Band 3,45 Radio Club
25 County Chorus 45 County Band 3,45District Band
45 Casual...always ready with an argument...
dark and handsome . . . 'Theoretically . . .'
Michael Ziegler Mohnton R.D.
Exerts as little effort as possible. . .easy to please
. . . hungry Cfor beef stewj . . . clock watcher . . . 'Oh
shocks! Corn shocks, that is.'
Lucille Marie Zoll Honey Brook
Art Club 1,25 Dancing Club 3g Certainpeople get on
her nerves . . . rather timid . . . dark, flashy eyes . . .
startling . . . practical nurse . . . 'Do you have some
Mary Ann Zook Honey Brook
Librarian lg Chorus 15 Work Staff Club 2g Ensemble
2g Knitting Club 35 Good-natured . . . week-ends are
great. . . deep, soft brown eyes . . . driver of a Cadil-
lac I . . . 'Thanks doll I'
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CALLING EARTH! CALLING EARTI-l!This is your radio electronics engineer, Paul W. McEwen,
making the first of a series of reports on the accomplishments of the past ten years, and suc-
cessful ones I might add, on the Planet, Pluto.
I wish to extend my most sincere gratitude to Mary Lou Bell, author of the recently pub-
lished 'Developments in Space,' for gathering information and facts of the settlement of Pluto,
making this inter-planet broadcast possible. Thank you, Miss Bell.
In the beginning, life on this planet was hindered tremendously by the lack of suitable trans-
portation. However, within a short time this handicap was overcome by the ingenious invention
of a space car. Responsible for the advancementwere our four skilled mechanics, Marvin Knauer,
Charles Plank, Martin Mohn, and Richard Hart.
The new environment was a problem to many of us, even to the point of severe illness but
the able Dr. R. M. McEwen quickly responded with proper medicine and care.Asslsting him in
the newly founded clinic are registered nurses, Dawn Thompson, Lucille Zoll, and Hazel Emery.
In the laboratory Sandra Hartz and Lauralyn Tornquist are specializing in medical technology.
The animal kingdom is also in expert hands as Ann Stieff doctors them with the most pro-
fessional care. Miss Stieff for the past six years has been top veterinarian in the famous horse
stables of Edward L. I-lartenstine. Mr. Hartenstine's select group of horses are known for both
speed and quality.
Recently three of Pluto's natural resources have added to the adventure of the planet. Part-
ners Robert Maurer and Larry Segner have produced great quantities of oil from their 4,000
acre ranch while co-mine-operators J. P. Bingham and R. M. Anspach, are busy locating new
veins of valuable iron ore. Peter P. Alexander is current president of a prosperous pulpwood
industry. The planet's rich and wild woodlands also have offered perfect paradise for the Game
Conservation Area owned and controlled by Lloyd Ruoss. Fertile land and farmers Dick Burk-
hart and Raymond Keinard are recognized for their A-1 quality crops. These and other resources
have greatly contributed to the high standards of living.
Education takes first place with an excellent administration and faculty. Ruth Ann Spancake
and LaVerne Grove are among the planet's most brilliant elementary teachers. Commercial
training is headed by Carol Ann Mattson and Catherine Bannon. The best musical education is
supervised by vocalist and instrumentalist Louise Kessler. Physical Education is instructed
by Ted Spece and Barbara Kutz. Both have organized undefeated athletic teams. The school is
now honored to have famous artist Arthur Krupp on its faculty. Many of his masterpieces are
on exhibition in the fabulous Museum of Natural Arts sponsored by Dave Dixon. Dave has spent
much time gathering rare collections from other planets. His extensive space travel was under-
written by Kenneth Hertzler, famous space pilot.
Numerous restaurants are flourishing throughout the communities on Pluto. Joan Marie
Zynn and Patricia Louise Refford are co-owners of a large chain of 'Orbit-Snack-Bars.' The
huge Central Planet Hotel is owned by Harold Ludwig and managed by Michael Ziegler. Home
economist Barbara Ann Simpson has been chosen the planet's number one dietician.
James W. Beam, founder of the atmosphere's first space stations, after eight years of hard
toil and labor, can now boast of a dream come true. These stations serve such transportation
companies as Heffenhardt Inc., jointly owned and operated by the Messrs. Sidney Ray Heffen-
trager and Lynwood Warren Englehardt.
Thomas John Bamberger has recently beenappointed Chief Justice by the planet's president,
the much respected Robert E. Seidel. Serving as secretaries to these men respectively are
Miss Ruth H. Warner and Miss Mary Ann Zook. Other government clerical aides are Sandra A.
Graul, Marlene G. Brown and Lea B. Pike.
The planet's largest department store is jointly owned by two enterprising young women,
Sandra Lee Lewis and Vivian Lee Welsh. Their new line of gowns, the Lee-Lee Creations, was
currently modeled by willowy Jane Styer. The millinery department of this establishment is at
present time run by the Misses Elsie Ruth Clevenger and Bonnie LaRue Huber, formerly re-
nowned beautlcians. Lois Scheldt was left to manage the store's busy beauty salon. The chief
buyer of fashions, Judith Ann Reiff, is doing a marvelous job. The former Loretta Wade and
Sandra Pfahler, with their husbands, are operating one of the planet's most successful resorts.
Reservations made by Earthanians must be made eighteen months in advance.
A religious center was newly dedicated, its leader James Aaron Ramsey, D.D. The social
fellowship is directed by the capable Gloria M. Shantz. The exceptional voice of Estella Mc'Ball
has drawn vast audiences to this religious center. Marie Cutman and Dolores Bowman have
been greatly influential in organizing welfare and social services of this institution.
It was regrettable that Flight Sergeant Peter J. Yeingst found it necessary to return to earth
as there were no military establishments on the planet.
This brings to a conclusion the annual report from Station TVHS 1959. Thank you, ladies and
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turing into the "Future.' Space lay
ahead and in it could be seen chal-
lenge, defeat, and success.
September 1956. Five, four,
three, two, one, zero, FIRE - and we
were off! Piloting the first stage of TV Rocket X59, was Pete Yeingst with his able navigator
Ted Spece. Mary Lou Bell, acting as secretary for the first rocket stage, began recording sig-
nificant details into the Log. With all the mathematical computations and calculations involved
at the outset of such an adventure it was necessary to procure the services of LaVerne Grove
as Purser. Though time was flying quickly it nevertheless became evident some merriment was
needed. As the ladies outnumbered the gentlemen it was very natural to stage a 'Sadie Hawkins
Dance.' To keep the mass in orbit were Mr. Zellner and Mr. Polischak.
September 1957. Bang! Completion of the first stage was announced by our new pilot, Pete
Alexander, while navigator Dave Dixon was temporarily in the control room. Astronomical
figures had to be kept and the able assistance of Ruth Warner was drafted into action as Ruth
Spancake recorded significant details into the Log, as she would for the next two stages. Much
consultation was in order as we were nearing the final rocket stage and it was Miss Horning
and Mr. Davis who gave their undisputed rays of wisdom. The ladies again took over and to
break the monotony a starry-eyed crew served a ravishing 'Chicken a la Planet." To celebrate
the progress we were making toward the third stage we beamed earthward to the seniors a
September 1958. Bang! Final Stage - at lastl As new adventure and thrill was in store it was
deemed necessary that the entire crew take various educational field trips in preparation for
the anticipated landing. For crew entertainment a play 'Class Ring? under the direction of
Dorothy Groff was presented in November. As we headed for Christmas 1958 our third stage
pilot, Bob Seidel organized a festive "Snow-Ball." Dave Dixon served as navigator and Mary
Lou Bell as Purser.
Time and space were fleeting! The distance we traveled on this space journey was uncom-
prehendible. Both success and failure had been ours and from these resulted experience. Soon
we would find ourselves suspended in a boundless future, neither sure of how we arrived there
or how we would continue in it-only sure of one thing, 'we were to be the architects of our own
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We, the class of '59, of the city of Morgantown, county of Berks, and state of Pennsyl-
vania, being of sound mind and memory do hereby declare the following attributes to be taken
with us, annulling any other such document heretofore framed by us.
Dick Anspach takes with him the mathematical mind of Darlene DeGeze11e.
Tom Bamberger wishes the judicial eloquence of Gerald Swoyer to be his.
Cathie Bannon takes with her the' small stature of Patsy White.
Jim Beam desires the dark crew cut of Frank Coleman.
Mary Lou Bell will acquire the cute styles of Barbara Evans.
Jack Bingham takes with him the sports ability of .T im Summers.
Dolores Bowman takes with her the green eyes of Kay Griffith.
Marlene Brown wishes the artistic inclination of Dick Martin to be hers.
Dick Burkhart takes with him the shiny Chevy of Mr. Gabrielli.
Elsie Clevenger desires to borrow the knee sock flare of Mary Vasile.
Marie Cutman will take with her Faye Ann Care's love for fine music.
Dave Dixon wishes to take the golden voice of Charles Miles.
Hazel Emery takes the quiet personality of Jeanette Kissinger.
Lynwood Englehandt relishes Wilmer Stoltzfus' willingness to help.
Sandra Graul takes with her the sympathetic attributes of Jane Messner.
LaVerne Grove will take with her the shy smiles of Mary Hughes.
Richard Hart borrows the day-dreaming tendencies of John Goodman.
Edward Hartenstine desires the competitive spirit of Bill Styer.
Sandra Hartz takes with her the debating abilities of Mr. Allison.
Sidney Heffentrager displays the towering height of Hop Linton.
Kenneth Hertzler takes with him the mechanical mind of Jim Kieffer.
Charles Hine will boast the blonde hair of Leroy Schultz.
Bonnie Huber takes with her Geraldine Tschudy's fair complexion.
Raymond Keinard borrows the chivalrous nature of Allen Styer.
Louise Kessler takes with her the musical ability of Nancy McConnell.
Marvin Knauer takes with him the slick wave of Charlie Detterline.
Arthur Krupp desires the lackadaisical attitude of Jack Martin.
Barbara Kutz wishes the compassionate nature of Vivian Umble.
Sandra Lewis will take with her the sedate manner of Joanne McCord.
Harold Ludwig wishes the aggressive nature of Benny Orr.
Carol Mattson takes with her Rose Pavelesich's commercial ability.
Robert Maurer takes with him the masculine physique of Earl Scott.
Estella McBa1l will acquire the charming character of Linda Kline.
Paul McEwen takes with him the typing skill of Theresa Pasquale.
Ross McEwen relishes the sense of humor of Dairel Stamper.
Sandra Pfahler takes with her Carol Devine's freckles.
Lea Pike takes Nancy Merryfield's ability to chat.
Charles Plank desires the happy-go-lucky way of Gary Mac Inerny.
James Ramsay takes with him the kind heart of Paul Moser.
Patty Refford will take with her the flirtatious personality of Ada Moore
Judy Reiff desires the aloof air of Beverly Glauner.
Lloyd Ruoss takes with him the witty quips of Dick White.
Lois Scheidt wishes to take with her the genial manner of Judy Pavelesich
Larry Segnemr takes with him Ray Hallenbeck's love for cars.
Robert Seidel will acquire the casual appearance of Paul March.
Gloria Shantz takes with her the glowing auburn hair of Dottie Plank.
Barbara Simpson borrows the subservient attitude of Mabel Sweitzer.
Ruth Spancake wishes the basketball arm of Eleanor Hartman.
Ted Spece takes with him the sports enthusiasm of Ed White.
Arm Stieff desires Nancy Davis's co-operative nature.
Jane Styer will acquire the management and efficiency of Judy Emery.
Dawn Thompson takes with her the pep and zest of Judy Sailer
Lauralyn Tornquist desires to take with her Nancy Sell's smile.
Ruth Warner wishes the agreeable disposition of Judy Kurtz.
Vivian Welsh takes with her the wanderlust of Janet Bitler.
Pete Yeingst desires the firm convictions and opinion of Howard Rapp.
Mike Ziegler wishes to take with him the nonchalance of Bob Hess.
Mary Ann Zook takes with her the soft brown eyes of Audrey Martin.
Joan Zynn desires the wide open expression of Joan Seldombridge.
In Witness Whereof, we, the class of 59, have set our hand and seal hereto this twentieth
day of January in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and fifty nine 09591
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Morgantown, Pa. MORGANTOWN
Phone: AT 6-3748
226-228 High Street
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"Reading's Representative Store"
Phone: FR 4-8321
P. M. HOLLINGER
Phone: AT 6-3661
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Glassglow and Manatawny Streets
Pottstown, Pa. Phone: FA 3-2613
Newest Varieties of African Violets
Seasonal and Foliage Plants
Dish Gardens and Bedding Plants
Also at Kutztown Market and
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Phone: Morgantown AT 6-4496
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Phone: Honeybrook 3-3140 Elgin 4-2232
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Dial Elgin 4-2191
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Honey Brook. Pa. Lancaster. PG-
Phone: 3-5634 Pl'101'1e2 2-3175
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ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING G HEATING CONTRACTOR
BLUE BALL PENNA.
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Honey Brook. Pa.
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HONEY BROOK. PA.
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Honey Brook, Pa.
Phone: 3-5757 William Auer, Prop.
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Honey Brook. Pa.
Honey Brook, Penna.
Nurvon R.D.. Pa.
Phone: Elgin 4-7734
Italian Sandwich Shop
Philadelphia Pike 6. Gibraltar Road
Phone: 3-3726 Free Delivery
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Dan Moyer SELF-SERVICE
Route 83 - R.D. iii
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Honey Brook. Pa.
Honey Brook. Pa.
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637 Penn Street
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Phone: AT 6-3638
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Morgantown. Pa. Phone: AT 6-3601
FARM AND HOME APPLIANCES I
Churchtown. Pennsylvania FEED 6'
Tel. Terre Hillcrest 5-2376
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Cross Roads 23 6 10
Phone: AT 6-3736
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Morgantown TEXACO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
ARCHERY EQUIPMENT Phone: AT 6-4851
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East Earl. Pa.
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Phone: AT 6-3387
Phone: AT 6-4812
MEATS - FROZEN FOOD
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227 YW. State Street
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Corner Routes 10 6 322
Honey Brook, Pa.
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Glen Moore, Pa.
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809 East Lincoln Highway
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Honey Brook, Pa.
Malcolm Wright Buick, Inc.
736 E. Lincoln Highway
BUICK and OPEL
Phones' Coates. 0202, 1913
SANTE'S DRUG STORE
"Service of Courtesy Is Our Aim"
8th Avenue 6 Main Street
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ALLEN G. MUSSER
HOME SUPPLIES - TOYS
Phone Terre Hill HI 5-4161
HONEY BROOK LOUNGE
Ierry Ruscitto, Proprietor
BRANDYWINE LOAN. INC.
CASH LOANS -- S20 TO Saou
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147 E. LINCOLN HIGHWAY
Phone: Coatesville 4850
Route 422, Exeter Twp.
Reiffton, Reading, Pa.
40 Automatic Air Conditioned Lanes
Special Students Rates
House Wiring Plumbing Supplies
ELECTRICAL SALES 6: SERVICE
Phone: IU 2-5521
RICHARD H. RIMBY
Linen Rental Service DEVELOPER OF CRESTWOOD
Philafklvhifl Hmisburg READING. PA.
Birdsboro IU 2-4802
ONE STOP TEXACO SERVICE
Gasoline - Oil Lubrications - Washing
Tires - Batteries on Time
Pick-Up and Delivery Service
Open 5 a.m. to 1 a.m. Phone: FR 3-9103
Ulcross from the Iolly Roger Restaurantl
HENRY'S KEYSTONE STORE
LIBERTY FOOD STORE
Phone: Birdsboro IU 2-7552
GROCERIES - FROZEN FOOD
PRODUCER - COLD CUTS
Route 83 East of Gibraltar
I OHN L. ENGLEHARDT
Importer of German Cutlery
R.D. I. SEYI-'ERTS
6 SUPPLY CO.
301 E. lst Street
Monocacy Yard-Phone: 2-2921
Birdsboro Yard-Phone: 2-2211
"Complete Building Material Service"
Tri-County Dairy Farms, Inc.
Sauder and Sons
BURIHARTS-Good Rabbit Hounds For Sale
DICK-Have Gun Will Travel
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