Allen High School - People Yearbook (Allentown, PA)

 - Class of 1933

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s O 3-.J Comus Staff RUTH BUTZ Edzlor GEORGE BARKER WALTER BASTIAIN LDWARD CIIARI I 5 I-QRAINCIS FI IIR ALN1A FLLICR MIXRL xRE1 C-RUBER FREDLRICK CUTEKUNET RICHARD HEII CARL HESSINGER HAROLD KAHA XVII LARD KERRCHINLR 'Ex I VIA MLI I NBR HI LED. PI ARSON A1 VLNA gl LKAR REBECCA SELM DOROTHY WEICNER FRANKLIN FISHER LAURA PACKER F016 N md X xr yr u 1 Lx UU In D I K U jox 4 I X 1 cl iITlO Ulllkl ll x . ,i J, . K Nlvj rl-Ill, KUNIL, ,nf rl u :lan-: ffl V155 lo: Dc 4-11 rrxlnc- 'fllnlc vluuln ol golclzn Illkllllrilt' to lillli Us llozvvcz' i ur .-Xl 11' Blaster, Nl:-3 it lun pwllw l4'lUll1L'llUI1f1. lar llm we-cl 4-ml mu' t nl cluywa -pvnt witlvm ilu- ll.-ll- ul fx. Il. 5.. ol a'c'lix'!Ii4-r. ol tn-wclu-xv curl ol' llllllflr-. 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I, , -.1-' .- --ff .. -- -, -, - A ' 'Y-lf. f -3 ' , -,, 5 --4 .'1 ' 'I' - .- ' ' 5 ' ' '., . , '- X.-.gg-, ' - 'V Aa 1, -. 43- M 7 . , - H Zvvl.-iii,-f1,f,,f. ,.x?::f . -1 Y V In ,H , ,, , . f--1.-a 1.1. .4--.Wt-.f JAMES W RICHARDSON Vice Prznczpal and Boys Sludenl Counsellor ELSIE M HECKMAN Girls Facully Sludenl Adviser ' ' l ' F A - W-fi '-- ,, -- l CONIUIS The Name DANIII W HAIvIIvI AMI Q. W RIcIIARIJsoN MELVII LI Bovrn IVIABILI. L IVIULOCK EARLI H WIIN IIIIMIR GI oRCI W 7IMIvII RMAN FI GIF M I'I1ClsMAN M RIIQDA HI RR WARRPN F ACKIR I rRov S ALI AM I IJNA M ALLI N CI ARIRNCI AYRI Q CIIARLLS C BACHMAN IVIINNIE C BACHMAN oIIN A BAKYR CIIARLI-Q C BOWI R THOMAS J BRI NNAN ANNA F BULIILRR IVIARY A CHUBBUCK FIJWIN D CI AIIQQ PAUL CLYMI R CIIARLLQ W DANKI I FI I7ABrTII DILTRICII CIIARIIS W I IGI NIIARII OIIN L FIQINIIARIJ IVIARION A FLNNI JAMF-S R FI.+xIR NI I FRANRINIII C AIIIII A FRIIII WARRIN I RI'I'if HIIIN S GFRHARD DAVID R I'IACKl'T PII ANCIII I HAI I MAN RICHARD HARTYI I I. IVIAIIION A HAMM FQTIIER L HIIFNIR PAUL F HI I D Rom RT C HI RRI IN MARY L HI RRI RT CHARLI Q R JOIINQON CIRACF KAPP NLLSON F KI-RN Faculty Subjec! FIIncIpaI VICC IrIncIpaI Head of SocIaI Sclence Dept Head of Engllsh Dept Hvarl of Matlmcmatlc Dept Head of Commcrcml Dc-pt CII Q ACIVIQCI LII1raI1an IVIIIQIc Ccrman I II ng Ich ll ll Arch Drawmg Alg Il P1 Geometry CommercIal Arlthmetlc f FIYTIHH I Calumet Making CIlCIYllStTy Clothmg Ilnglmh III IV F F HISIOTS Physlc II Fducduon Pl C eometry Alg I T3 pewrxtmg ll Amcrlcwn HIslors Amcnc In HIQIOTV Fhylucwl Fc ucatmn Alvgbra Il SDIIHI Geom Tug Fhy QICQ. I20okIcccpIngI Iconormci Bug Org Lalm C crman Lnghsh Ill IV Swlmmmg T31 CWI'lfll"l2 I Adv Arlth Algr I Pl Geom Auto Shop Engllsh III IV Fnglmh II I It-ntrlc Shop I HQIIQII and Latln IVIachme Shop Algebra Il Prob of Dem Amerlcan HlStOfy Page Teh J in h 4 I . -5 . . ' 1: . Q F 1 41 , . ' . L -, A . 4 ' 1' If 4. . 41 . . . I , - 2 . f I2 All - I J . Q Q ,- 1, I. 41 ' A ' ' J, . .M .AI ' P, 41 .' 2 1 ' I , . 4 . . I '. h. J . . L f . I ' ' IZLAINE L, IIIDELSTEIN French . 1-1 Hg j J . L, +L , ' 2 '. Y . , . . ' -:R . 1 ,.. . -. ' ' Q f -:LII gf . I. 41 . ' ar , ' , . 1, I -. J. A 7 '. 'II ' - 'L a 2, , .. . .I 1 I ' J CONIUI S The Name RUTH KISTLI R LEON B KLINCAMXN RALPII KNAUSQ RIIQQI Il Kwxuss MARII K KNIIRIIT RAY H KRFQSLIR MARIF P KRESQLEY OHN N LFINBACII NYVIN T LOCH PAUI MXURY HARRY R MCCULLOUCII ESTA E METZGER ELMER F MILLER HFLEN M MILLER FRID H MINNIR PAUL NACLF ANIDRFW J OSMUN HARVEY PRFSFOTT LDGxR A RABENOlD Rom R M RI NIQCIII I ANNA L SIIIADI CAIIII RINI- Sc IIMID FREDERICK SCIIMI RKIR HFRBPRT B SLIIMOYER PHIIIP F SCIIMOYIR OIIN C SQIIUMAKIR M ALICI SCHWANINFFR OQWPLL ul SLIP RALPH W SHIMER PEARL SMITH FRAINcIs D QTFINNIULLIR MARION STRUTHFR9 CEORCE THOMAS EDGAR H ULMER T MAFILON WFIRBACH HYRBFRT H WrNT7 Ru PII WI TIII RIIOID SxILII WINTIRS CRACI WOODRINC EDWARD ZINAVIYRMAN CHARLYQ. F ZIRN RUTH REIJPATII Faculty Sulyecl E and A Hlstory Com l Geog Rapld Cal Auto Shop Physlcal Fducatlon Food Fl Geom S0lld Ceom Eng Ish ll III Trlg Arch Draftmg Amerlcan Hlstory Bookkeeping I PI Geometry Alg ll Shorthand I Spamsh Retall Selhng F F Hletory Chemistry Pattern Makmg MUSIC Bookl-Ieepmg Algebra Il Pl Ceometry I Drawmg Typewrltlng I and Bookkeepl Physnography and BlOlOgy Engllsh II Latm Chemlstry L tm Il III V Com I Arlth Flectrlc Shop Com l Geog Rapxd Cal Fng Ish ll III IV EHgllSh III IV Bookkeeplng II ACCOUntlng Cabmet Mal-:Ing Englnsh Il Ill M Draw Botany Bl0l0gy Bnghshl Salesmz-mshIp Adv Englnsh ll Ill Zoology Blology Prlntlng Lngllsh Latln Page Eleven! - . ,. ' l' - .4 . 4: 1 ' .QR , . J , Q 1 . ' ' 'ng J L ' +1 ' . 'Z .. a' - -I ' .. . . 2 - l' f - 0 NIU! S Remembrance A Chlld had dropped 1 pebble Into a lazy 'stream And watched the round round rlpples Appear upon the Qcene And each new CIYCIC seemed to be More charmlng than the last In grand processlon p'xss1ng by Sparkllng gay and fast The outer rlpple reached the shore It really meant to stay But left instead wlth ull the waves The rlpples are our memorles Our days and months and years They dance they smlle they tempt an And then they dlsappear It muit have been Commencement That dldn t want to fade That rlpple that hung to the banks As lf It would have stayed But the stream lS very quiet now The wavelets rlse and fall In a pool of Sweet remembrance Wlthln the reach of wll d Hurt SYLVIA MFLLNER Page Twelve That slowly drift away. x f X. ...ai ,re 'Yfdwtw A +4-ff-ffsw 2-gi' H -. x.,,v C C BNIUIS I2 .il uc r I I XRRLN l nm 1933 Class H1StOfy What a dlgnlfiecl class of Qophomores entered these portals three years ago only to learn thelr lnslgnlficance ln the eyes of the upper classmen Wlth the passlng of the Sophomore year however passed all traces of lnso lence all the overbearlng manner and as unlors the class accllmated ltself at last to the atmosphere of equality and settled down to the essentials of becoming good students During this umor year the class of 33 made ltS debut at the annual JUHIOF Prom Toward the end of the term they presented their class play The New Coed A jolnt pxcnlc dance with the Seniors completed the year s SOCIBI events And alas before we knew It The Year had come IQ33 the year which for twelve long years so many had awalted and the class of 33 took over the rems of the school We were Mr Hamm s rlght hand We hadaclassllfe toestabllsh we had mherxted tradltlons to carry on Wlth Robert Glft presldent at the helm our first undertaking the Senior stand at the Farr was managed The undaunted football and basketball teams were well filled from our ranks and will always be remembered among the famous teams of A H 5 Page Thrrleen r f I I . is , V , , Q 32 , 4 " . 3: I .. I 2 9, Q.-...a -- A . r . r Rwnmu Gu-'1. Prv . llhXIRll,'li Dm 1.111-Jury. Yiw' Pres. M. m..xlzl-. l.ll-.ul-.cx.xN. S- XY. .l.'1. Trvus. f I . - w L, - Q f p , w ! - , , J - ' ' . . J . , . . . . . , . , , . , ' - 1 ' s , , . . . . . . . , , , , 1 ' - ' r , f . . COIVIIUIS Chrrstmas brought the holrdays and the Senror Hop vshere old grads met and danced with coming grads and all drfferenees dlsappeared ln the revelry Then the Thesprans declared themselves rn a most successful presentatron The Thrrleenlh Chair and later rn the commencement play And now suddenly we are at the end of the Senror year at the end of three glorious sometrmes SCFIOUS sometrmes sad but always happy years The future suddenly stands before us We wonder what rt has rn store We hope that rn whatever drrectron our enterprrses and our ventures may lead us the class of 33 wlll have acqurred a store of rntelllgent good sense that wrll weather us through our dlf:HCUltlCS We know that we have at least acqulred a host of frrends who will go with us through the years As alumnr of the school as crtr zens of the town may our every actron reflect the wrsdom of the provrsrons here made for us Be that as rt may we shall one and all forever chcrrsh fond memorres of Dear Old Hugh Gt 0' nn Xu V Page Fourlcen v Y . . . , . v , , . 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' y . - A ey ,, UM: :nj 1 V CCONIU S Senlor Student Counml No old sages here a glimpse w1ll reveal that just a group of home room representatives and class officers who control and conduct the affairs of the class Headed by our able president Robert A Gift the councll has made wrse selections and has used dlscretlon ln the handling of all problems None of the members claim to be eloquent orators or fluent speakers No votes are bought or sold There 15 no lobbying the mectmgs are held after school But ln a quiet determined sprrlt each member expresses has opmron enther by word or by vote The alarming number of falr young ladres ln this group shows to what extent women have entered politics' Yet many of our achievements as a class are to be referred back to these students whose mam Interest has been the promotion of class and school welfare OFFICERS Presrdenl Robert Clft Secrelary Margaret Lreberman Vrce Prcsrdenl Beatrrce Dougherty Treasurer Warren E Long MEMBERS Melvln Schaeffer Margaret MacDonald Edward Charles Vnola Pummer Frederlc C-utelcunst Ruth Conrad lVllna Butz Alfred Trump Richard Hummel Verna Hufnagel Nevm Nonnemacher Hall Dletrnck james Nlartm ames Solomon A lene Zlegler r Page Fxflecn CONIUS Pressmg Bus1ness Dedlcated to those whose efforts make posslhle the COMUS of the Class of 331 'l he edltor sxts ln her blg swlvel chalr ln front of her desk with lts plgeonholes where Ale stored her notatlons of numerous facts From cute baby plctures to club news and facts And the typewrlter ellcks vsxth 1 rattle that s steady For the press lsour draws near and her stuff must be ready Meanwhile the business staff rumple thelr halr For they know that there s not a moment to spare The bug plle of ads on thelr desk must all be Luther set or corrected or glven their key So the e ads pass fast through their hands one by one Before press hour comes thelr stuff too must he done The deacllme arrives and the big presses scream Pages pour forth ln a fast moving stream They rc xx hlsked to the reader who scans each page through Dellvercd to Hugh School Canary and Blue Then all shlnlng xxlth pages all new The COMUS lS ready clear school mates for you FRANKLIN FISHLR Page grtlcen -1 . . . 1 c 1 -A , X V , - . 1 1 C . . , . .. . - , -1 1 ' 1 1 1 - , . , , . , , . 1 1 . , , , 1 1 1 1 ' 1 . CT' ACHEY LOIS LEONA LOIS Whal sweet lhoughls are Urine." Lols can t keep qulet except ln her shorthand class. Chewmg gum 18 her favorlte pastnme, Lois has a most pleaslng personallty but doesn t appear to bother much wlth the opposlte sex The class of 33 wishes you success, l ACKLEY CHARLES RITTER JAMES Fr H Nezer do today wha! you can do tomorrow Charles IS liked by every one Although he IS a good student his greatest hobby IS swlmmlng and he has been a wmmng member of the swlmmmg team for three years In fact he shows promxse of becommg an expert swimmer m tlme a long tlme Good luck Charles CUDNIU S ABELEW BERNARD Beams General Anslolle sald meclancholy men of all olhers are mas! wzlty CODSPICUOLS by has xnconsplcuousness here s our Num ber One tenms man wxzard on the basketball floor and holder ofthe pu. nster championship of our fair school You will notlce that Bernie s accomplishments are xnnumerable Glance at hrs falr features and see what made Rudy V tlck Tennis 3 4 ACKERMAN HELEN SUE Do1.LY Commercial Laugh away sorrow cas! away care Helen IS a happy go lucky carefree gurl wxth no worries She lS one of the few out of town gurls ln our class A Chevle seems to l:e the car for this miss Heres a good secretary ready for some office Page Seventeen CONIU S ALEXANDER DOROTHY ELLEN Do'r General Beauty I3 truth truth 13 beauty that 15 all ye now on earth and all ye need lo know' Dot lS no bellever ln the old saylng Sllence IS bllss but rather ln talk and be happy She IS a good sport one of the best known glrls of good old A H S and a good cheerleader If you ve never met her you ve mlssed half your educatlon Here s good luck Dot Cheerleader 2 4 Spamsh Club ARNOLD LILLIAN MAE ll- Commercial Tls the song ye slng And the smlles ye wear That ma e the sunshlne everywhere Lll lS a blond halred lass wlth a cheery smlle and wlnnlng ways ln Splte of all her fun she has a good report Lll s weakness IS asklng for candy and she IS frequently seen acceptlng lt from a dark halred lad of the senlor class Success to you Lll Honor Soclety 4 ARONSKY DOROTHY DOTTIE General Then dld he Ilft hls hands unto her chm And pressed the pretty dxmpllngs ln her s ln ThlS blonde halred brown eyed dlmpled creature gavly meanderlng through the halls IS Dottle ln person Her lnterests center on amateur dramatlcs and lnstltutlons of englneerlng An lndustrlous and consclentlous glrl llke Dot IS bou nd to acccmpllsh what she sets out to do Chorus 2 Dramat1cSoclety 3 4 Le CercleFranca1s 3 4 BACHMAN THOMAS McFALL ToMMv Englneerlng and SCICDCC Eccentrlc fra and honest have you seen Hlm delve ln Math as lf lt were a lark-7 Socrates he had nothlng on our A H S math and SCICDCC student Thomas Bachman Tommy we now announce IS the real successor to MarC0hl He IS a stu dent whose loyalty to hls school IS always evldent He IS Eh aadent booster of the Stamp Club and a member of the an Stamp Club Band Page Elghleen H ' . - .- ' U li , ..L ., Girl Reserves, 35 Booster Club, lg Commercialg National ll n . ' n nk o u , il , BAILER HOWARD F I-Iowfmn Industrial Electrxc Shopj A lzllle nonsense now and lhen Is relzslled by the wrsesl men Howard IS the walking electrical cyclo la of the elec trlcal department He IS a great kldder loves to get hrs classmates rlled and then tease them about xt Howard expects to go to the Pratt lnstltute of Electrlcal Engmeers where we hope he will be a very bug success and meet hrs BAILEY HALLI E RAYE Homav Really and lruly I have nollung lo wear ls quoted by lhrs young maiden fair Hallie I8 a good all round gxrl She I8 small dark haired and dark-eyed and has a peculxar giggle all her own Hallxe studies hard but that s all the good It does for theres not a serious thought rn her head Hallie expects to be some one s typnst Here s wlshmg her luck C UIVIIU S BAER FRANKLIN RUSSELL Buonv Engmeermg and Science Venly a heudslrong nave Franklln Russell Baer IS one of the Irttle geniuses who attended opportunlty school I-Ie IS an accomplished musxclan on both saxophone and vnolm He IS always to be seen slavmg at his algebra before school every mormng rn Room 30I Hrs partlcular hobby and hrs chosen field IS chemistry Orchestra 2 Band 2 3 Commerclal Slalely and tall she moles lhrough the halls Thrs tall hazel eyed lass of sunny dlsposltnon has a wlde cxrcle of friends whxch xncludes a dark haired young man who IS frequently seen escorting the young maid home She ns a good dresser and has a clever remark for all Whether Cupid claims her or whether she enters the busl ness world we wlsh her good luck Class Baskelball 2 Chorus 2 3 Page Nrncleen .. . - k BAILEY, ELLEN CLARIBEL A "ELLEN" CCONIU S BAILY RALFH THOMAS OLD Blu. BAILY Commercial He seldom lal s he seldom smrlcs In lone no uoman he begurlcs As all great men have ambltlons so does Ralph Some clay he hopes to let loose hxs store of eloquent knowledge upon an mnocent corgregatxon To make hls school course harcer he adced Latm geometry and sclence we don t know why Btt here s luck Ralph we know you ll be a wmner of hearts K Chorus 2 3 4 BARKER GEORGE ANDREW Pomcv Engmeenng and Science Lersure nourzshes llwe body and cnlcrlams lhe mrnd George Barker the man of the large vocabulary lnclpl ent mathematical genius stands five foot nlne and answers to the name of Porky He lS one of those ambltlous chaps who always slmgs Creek about at the unearthly hour of eight a m He intends to become a chlef chemxst Science Club 4 BARTHOLOMEW DOROTHEA ELIZABETH Do'r C eneral Her slore o household sweetness ls o a dear completeness Dot IS one of the few glrls who can boast a natural curl Her chlef lnterests center around readlng playmg the plano and shoppmg But should you drop mto her home some time you would fund that she IS an mdustnous house keeper with a happy smile and cheery word for every one BASTIAN ELIZABETH WI NIFRED Bnfrrv College Entrance ln Arts Trs the lwm lc rn her eye That makes one slap as one goes by Betty IS one of our silent sincere gxrls This however does not prevent her from being a general favorxte She has a ready smlle and pleasing dlsposntxon Her favnrnte pastime IS chauffeurmg her frlends ln astunnmg new Hud son Though accomplished ln muslc Betty xntends to become a teacher. Good luck to you. Betty. French Club 4' National Honor Sociely 4. PagelTwenly C UNIUIS igfs BEALER KENNETH FRANKLIN BEALFR lndustrlal To pu! new Shll'!glCS on old roofs Cap IS an lndustrlous young man who wants to be a great archltect He IS brllllant ln has 8tUdleS takes hls glrl to the movles and IS hard to catch ln a Joke Cap s favorlte sport IS swlmmlng A blg swlmmlng pool ln every bulldlng IS hls blg new archltectural ldea Tsquare Club 2 3 Q' BEIL MARIAN RAUB Balt Commerclal For every word you would no! say Be sure my heart has heard Bell qulet as she IS nevertheless IS very aCtlVe ln school affalrs and an ardent booster of basketball football and swlmmmg Bell halls from thecommerclal group although she does not lntend to be a stenographer Her greatest ambltlon I8 to become a mlsslonary Class Baslgelball I 2 3 Swlmmlng 2 Booster Club 2 BASTIAN WALTER HARLAN WALTER General Innocence rn gcnlus and candor ln power are lrolll noble quallllcs Walter Bastlan IS lnterested ln sports more than ln any thlng else ln hlgh school Even lf the game IS played away from Allentown he follows the team and accommo dates others Wlth transportatlon As a salesman of the Canary and Blue he has done excellent work He has also been an actlve member of the Orotan Debatlng Society In addltlon to all thls he has had a good school record and we wlsh hlm an equally good record ln hls future ventures Orolan Dcbal1ngSoc1ely 3 4 Canary 4 Dellale Squad 4 BEALER MARC-UERITE Pac General Persuasion lzps her langue where er she tal s Peg s magnetlc personallty has drawn a host of frlends about her ln addltlon to thls she has the gift of talk and IS an ardent football fan We are looklng forward to the tlme when Peg wlll dom a nurse s unlform Her patients are ln for a treat for sh IS a natural born gloom chaser Page Twenly-one .. .. . . . 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Class Swimming 2 Class Trac 2'3 '4 Class Foolball CCONIU S BEISEL GEORGE C Enom General Oul of lhe way children' Out of the u,ay' Here comes Eddzc m his Chevrolet Eddie IS one of our most popular students to say noth mg of how hard he studies We do not know what unknown fields he will enter when he bids us adieu but we would suggest that he leave the Chevrolet at home lest it stall and delay his race to success 34Trac 234 BELLIS ELMA CLARA ELMA Commercial Simple and willy Ye! wllhal so prelly just one look at this happy carefree girl is enough to win from you a smile Her favorite pastime is riding in blue Chevrolets Elma s ambition is to be a telephone operator Stick to it and call us up often BENDER MARGARET MARY PEGGY General Shy she be and slxll she be But come lo now her as do we Fmc she be and dear she be When you hear a dark haired girl say Hey do you have your Tr1g3 it s Peggy When you see a girl blush in Spanish class it s Peggy When you think somebody s middle name should be Speedy it s Peggy When a little girl colors at the mention of blondes that s Peggy too When somebody gasps to find her dreams come true we hope that will be Peggy too Spanish Club 3 4 BENNECOFF CATHRYN LOUISF KITTY Commercial A sunny lemper gzlds lhc edge of llfc s dar es! cloud. Kitty evidently thinks giggling the cure for all human ills. However there is one person who can make her look sober. We do not know what she expects to do. but happi- ness usually happens to happen her way. Page Twenty-lwo I CUNIU S BENNER JOYCE CATHERINE jovcs General She llkes lo slarl the day wzlh laughter Behold the glrl who smxles contmually' She comes down the hall wxth a cheery Hello for every one Her name IS Joyce and she s a pal to both boys and gurls She can keep up a rapxd fire conversatlon even whale she chews Spearmmt She IS so busy dancmg and swlmmmg that she has made no definite declsxon for the future BERNHARD RUTH KELSO Beams General Cheerful company shorlens the mules Bernie I5 that popular peppy senxor who IS ever on the go Meeting her IS always food for thought for she usually has some morsel of news for your delectatlon Perhaps that 18 why she plans to become a dxetltlan although perhaps It might be her lnordmate desxre to eat that IS prompting her Swzmmmg 2 Spamsh Club BENNER EDITH RUTH Tu'r Commercial What 1 f the world IS dar and dreary! If Edzth s around your day wrll be cheery Now don t glance over this name too hurriedly! Yes Ednth IS one of the commerclal students and not one to be overlooked She 15 one of the few very bashful gurls at school Sometimes we wonder about this dlflidence and just when we ve decxded that Edith IS bashful up she steps and we hear her assertmg herself I m bound to be a better stenog than the next one Chorus BERKOFF ABRAHAM Commercial BERKY What a voice was here now' Berky IS a commerclal semor but he has joined the chorus so that he can accompany himself on the typewriter He ns one of the heavler members of the class and accord mg to the proverblal characterlstlc of the wenghtler IS a very jolly fellow Chorus 2 3 4 German Club 4 Page Twcnlu lhree n no 1 rr . . k . v . n , . , . . u f - - 1 - 1. - , . U . . -, ' . . . , . f,g?- ' -. n -1 . u , v f 1 y , , - U ,- v U . 1- ' v - - - r I - C CNIUS BEST MARGARET FLORA Bssrv Commercial I J rather have the laugh o you To thread my nights and days Than all the stones poets tell Of other mazdens ways Another of the petite llttle malds of our class who IS often seen but seldom heard But when she wants to how she can talk' Thxs httle mlss of few words and many smiles has a lovmg dlsposltxon and IS entnrely dependal: le Besty mtends to become a stenographer and we know she will Booster Club 2 BIEHN BETTY R BETTY Commerclal Let her not be forgotten Our md and royal friend Betty Betty IS a very cheerful and qulet gurl Betty halls from Center Valley and IS proud of lt She does not seem to have much to say as to her mtentnons after graduatlon but whatever her prospects may be we surely wlsh her success hold her tongue and be dlscreet BOARDMAN DOROTHY MAE Dor Commercial There she szts deep ln thought Or pardon me she s dreammg o nought Dot IS a happy go lucky gurl and easy to get along with Her hobby ns day dreamxng In splte of the fact that she IS kept busy trymg to get a glimpse of some one s account mg homework she stall finds txme for a blt of fun BOETTGER HARRY GEORGE ccv Fnglneermg and SCICDCB Contentcd wxth lzttlc and cheerful wzth more lggy Harry s pet nlckname fits hlm well His Interests vary and waver ln the field of scnence from bxology and entomology to sclentlfic kxte Hymg He delxghts ln chem lstry and often comes wlthm an mch of ltemg thrown out of the house because of the obnoxlous odors arxsmg from his burnmg thirst for discovery Page Twenty four 1 C UIVIIUIS BOWMAN MARGUERITE College Entrance m Arts Trs somellung lo be wzllmg lo commend But my besl prazse lS that I m her rzend When you see a palr of lovely dlmples twmkllng at you the glrl who s working them IS Margie In splte of them she IS tall and dlgnlfied Her chief ambltlon xs to become elther a second Paderwlskl or another Marlon Talley Her dad 15 Dr Bowman professor at Muhlenberg This may help to account for her hngh geared bram power LeCerc1eFranca1s 3 4 CSharpMus1c Club 3 4 Chorus "Nav NQ1? BOYER GEORGE SAMUEL Gsoaor-1 Fme Arts Hear ye not the hum o mrghly war mga George Boyer renowned student of Latm and future Chief Surgeon IS noted for his shy and retlrmg dlsposltlon to strangers Adept at musxc a fine debater and well slulled nn handling brothers he IS sure to stupnfy medrcal circles wlth his versatility He IS also a great hiker hnkmg to school from Second Street every day Band 2 3 4 BOROWSKI RICHARD PIERRE Drclc General The stage I choose a sulyecl fan' and free Tzs yours lzs mme Trs publzc properly Through Duck s vems there flows a genuine love of musxc and melody His soul rs qunckened at the sound of dance or song He IS as merry as the day IS long All his cares and worries are brushed asxde with has cheerful songs Even hrs chemxstry problems are overlooked as he slngs has blues away He mtends to become hxghly proficient ln his art by earnlng the title of a maestro and already he IS on the road to fame Chorus 3 4 MARGIE BOYER ANNA LYNN ANN Commerclal A very qurel grrl Bu! a mos! modern mazd Ann blonde blue eyed Ann If some blg advertnsnng man would know about some of Ann s Ideas m advertlsmg he would surely pay her whatever salary she might ask Her Interests vary from adVel'tlSlDg church work eating to last but not least blonde young men Whatever you may do Ann we re all rootmg for you Page Twenty five u H n rn . . p f y - -. U n U- . . . . . , - . . . . , . . 1 I ' - - I , u 1, - u . . . n n , ' - , f v , ' - I - v . - I : ,H 1- .. - u If . rr ' . f ' . - - v n . - GMU S BREISCH CHARLES FRANKLIN DINEY Industrlal Prlntlng Dynamzie always slariles Heres a chap who intends to startle the world as a prmter And that a fine one he ll be IS guaranteed by his marks In case of mqulry those broad shoulders were developed by nautlcal sports He s a great pal wxth the boys and most of the girls know how n1ce he IS to look at So here s to your continued success Swimming 2 3 BREWER FERDINAND BREWER College Entrance ln Arts As he sows so musl he reap Ferdmand a dlmmutlve member of the Senior class has a fancy for chemlstry and IS headed toward a sclentlfzc career Actlvely mterested ln all sports he also holds has own ln the class room He came to hugh school dlrectly from Phlladelphla but shortly made a host of friends who wxll follow his career with Interest BROBST AUDREY V PEGGY Retall Sellmg BROWN RICHARD DICK Industrlal fDraftlng He holds them with his glzllermg eye Duck IS one of Allentown s most fan-ous Boy Scouts one With her trlcky dimples and blond hair Peggy should go far Here s the pep vlm and vlgor gurl who loves dancing adores talklng and IS crazy about eatxng To sum her up as long as she can talk her health IS O K When she quits talking send for help Girls Boosier Club 2 Chorus 2 of the highest rankmg m the local councll He has great ablllty In draftsmanshlp his chosen profession and also ln a more gentle art Duck IS also Interested m amateur radio and holds the call W3C I Tsquare Club 2 3 4 Page Twenly xxx "Nothing greal was ever achieved wllhoul enlhuszasm. . J I COIVIIU S BRUNNER CARL DARWIN CARL lndustrlal fllllachme Shop, Hard work brmgs due reward Carl is a very studious boy although you never see him carry any books home Carl likes to tinker with making or handling tools and who knows but that he may become one of the future tool manufacturers of the country BUNDRA JCI-IN MICHAEL JOHN Commercial My kzngdome IS my Ford johnny another of our happy go lucky fellows loves sport baseball and seldom misses a contest Next to study John likes his Henry which carrles him to and from school His chief ambition is to become a bookkeeper and here s wlshmg him all the luck in the world BUTZ EVELYN TREXLER Evra General Oh lhal one small head could llold so much mzsclue BUTZ ALVIN HARRISON Bu-rz College Entrance in Arts Here rs a vozce already jiixed with mxglll We present Alvm Harrison Butz a duo declmo edition of the genus homo saprens with brown hair and brown Alvms chief diversion is arguing with everybody and everything He aspires to become a theologrst Class Bas elball 3 4 Class Trac 2 3 4 Trac 2 3 4 Orolans 2 3 4 Delzalc Squad 4 Evie is truly an exceptional speclmen of her sex She represents all the usual characteristics of women sacrx fice love self preservation and the gift of speech and some of the unusual ones Sacrifice to Evelyn means giving up study one night a week Wednesday preferably But remember through sacrifice comes love Evie s self preservation her diet A great number of elements is needed for success and Evie has them all Crfl Reserves 3 Page Tu cnly seven . eyes. A versatile linguist, a Sea and Life Scout of merit, CONIUIS BUTZ RUTH RUTH College Entrance m Arts He spoke of Ruth the beautr ul And I thought o thee Once ln the proverbial hfetnme one meets a Ruth-one who ns a sympathetlc compamon m all clrcumstances perfect friend The gods have endowed Ruth wlth a warm lmpulslve nature Every moment of llfe to her IS vltal and must be llved to 1ts fell value Hers rs the fertlle mmd of a logrcal thmker the heart of the tenderest woman and the beauty lovmg soul of a poet French Club 2 3 4 The Clubbe 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Varszty Debate 3 4 Natzonal Honor Socrely 4 Booster Club 2 Blue Boo 3 4 Canary Assocrate 3 Editor 4 Camus Eclztor 4 on hxgh CHARLES EDWARD EDDIE Commerclal Was there ener a man so sw: t and so air? Look out or you ll run mto Fddle the swxftest fellow ln school He exercises thls art w1th mmd and l::odv and tongue Ed IS a great asset to the track team as well as to the debating team ln whlch he IS one of the mam cogs H ns a flash ln bookkeeplng shorthand and typmg and plans to become a banker some day perhaps presxdent who knows3 Trac 2 3 4 Orotan Debating Soczetu 2 3 4 Drarratrc Society 2 3 4 Commercral Club 4 Class Basketball 3 Class Football 2 3 Varsity Debating Team 3 4 Canary and Blue Staf 4 Blue Book 4 Camus National Honor Society 4 Page Twenty ezght BUTZ M I NA ELVA MENNA College Entrance ln Arts Her pencil was strr mg reszstless and grand Her manners were gentle complying and bland If one of us were to peep mto the wlndow of an art work shop and saw a falr blue eyed lady bent dlllgently over an easel we could be assured that we had caught a gllmpse of Mma durmg her happlest moments ln addlhon to her love of art she has built for herself a firm scholastu: foun datlon whlch together with her warm kmelmess will ald her ln bulldmg a successful future French Club 3 4 Natxonal Honor Soczety President 4 Blue Book 4 Canary 4 Science Club 4 CHAMPAGNE GRACE Grucnz General Greatness and goodness are not means but ends Hath she not always treasures always fr1ends3 Grace she of the blg brown and sparklmg eyes and the wmnmg smlle has plenty of fnends so many that she attends all the dances and boosts all the actlvltles We hear that she cherlshes an ambltxon to be a prlvate secre tary She has qualxtxes that wlll steer her through lxfe Chorus 2 3 4 Narh Pleda Debatzng Society 3 4 Ctrl Reserves 2 3 4 Natzonal Honor Soctety 4 .. .. . , , . ,, , . , . .. , , , - , , . 4 D 7 1 I l. . , ., , - .. .. . 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I I n li I I . nn V .f fs l' a . , . e . , . . . ,' .: . .' .J .J I n - ' OIVIIUI S CHIAPARAS ,IANE PARIS Commerclal A dauglller o llre gods dwmely tall and most drvrnely fan' anxe IS the gurl who was never known to worry about an asslgnment yet she IS never too busy to help some one else Although she may be a lxttle too fond of travelmg we feel sure that some day she ll settle down and glve to the world the best that IS m her Surely the best will come back to el' CHRISTMAN BERNICE ANN Too-rm General Playful bluslres that seem nauglrl Bu! humorous escapes of llzoughl A most xmpulsnve provocatlve and lovable sort of pal IS Tootle-one who understands moods An excellent stu dent who knows her stuff she IS also an excellent dancer who knows her notes No socnal affair lS ever qulte com plete wlthout Tootne s joking and fun makmg But she does lntend to grow up some day and become a student nurse Tootle feel my pulse Girl Reserves 2 3 4 Boosler Club 2 3 German Club 4 CHRISTMAN ,I CREIGHTON CRATE College Entrance m Arts CLAUSS ROBERT BARNES Boa Engineering and Science The K mg 15 come lo marshal us All rn hrs armor dresl Bob IS one of the Jolllest and most good natured fellows I prly baslzful men A well mannered fellow thus Crelghton Chnstman a senior m the class of 33 Hrs one fault xs his bashfulness He I8 well buxlt and IS adapted to wrestlxng the sport he engaged ln durmg his Junior year In addxtlon to thus he smgs very well These qualxtles and many others equally desirable should make h1m a very successfcl mmlster for that IS what he mtends to be Wresllrng 3 Chorus 1' ln the school Making friends with everybody IS his steady occupation Bob has all the actual requxrements of a good mlxer and then that tall manly stature and wavy haxr that so effectively attracts the gurls He mtends to go into the insurance business after graduation so don t take any chances without first taking out one of Bob s p0llClC8 Lots of luck Cld Kid Football 2 Page Twenty nrne ONIUIS CLEWELL MARK EDGAR Mxcx Commercial When Mark bcgms to buzld a boat Or starts to read a story Hrs mmd s at case and ar remote From school and all :ts worry Mark xs another fellow gomg to enter mto the voyage of llfe along wlth the rest of us He llkes to read IS mler ested ln stamp collectmg and has a mama for building shlp models He also has a fox terrler Dxxxe which howls every tlme he plays his mouth organ Phrlatelrc Society 2 3 COLE ROBERT FRANKLIN COLEY lndustrlal flilectnc Shop, A smile a greeting a cheery hello Thats Colcy wherever he may go worklng on his radio at home He IS a great follower of sports especlally one favorlte basketball He likes out door llfe too and IS always one of the hrst to accept an lnvltatlon to a hlkmg party COLVER MABEL GEORGIA TUT Commercial A rare compound 0 oddity frollc and un To rclrsh ajo e and enjoy a pun Tut IS a bonnle young maiden whose chlef ambltlon IS to become a successful busmess woman From the way she performs her scholastic and social dutles we know she will reallze her ambmons m the busmess world COLVIN VERNON LEWIS VERNON General Slow lo anger ready to please What greater gzfts are there than thesel Vernon who came to us from Prttsburgh ns qulet stud nous a true frlend to all her acquamtances and IS just as faithful to her books May her hopes of becommg a nurse be fulfilled l W C A Debating Page Thirty if ' 5 ' ' ' f ,, in L E, , he Coley is taking up electricity and. in his spare time is e A III ' H . . f f ' ' .. f ' , k , . CDNIUIS COYNE MARTIN JAMES M College Entrance lh Arts Whence is lhy learnm 9 Halh lhy lor! 0 er boo s consumrd I e mrdmghl orll' jam s laugh can be silenced only by the presence of a teacher Hrs broad smlle has won hum many friends and thxs together with has ablllty as a student has won hum a place ln many clubs ln Allentown Hugh What he starts he finishes wxth a flourish Orolan Debalmg Socrely 3 4 Chorus 3 4 Nalronal Honor Soczely 4 cczence Club 4 German Club 4 Varszly Debate 4 CSULIK JOSEPH OTTO oe Engmeenng and Science He wears lhe rays o youth upon hzm What3 You don t mean to say that that llttle fellow rs a semor You bet he ls' And Joe has a great deal more grey matter than some of the husky fellows lt you want oe call up the Y M C A he s sure to be there He ex pects to take up chemlstry Nalronal Honor Socrely H1 Y CUNNINGHAM ARTHUR RAYMOND Bun General As a wr! rf not lhe jfrsl m lhe very first line Bud Cunnmgham one of the easy golng members of our class IS at once one of our crack mathematnclans In school and Qtch tchl one of our gayest and most ardent Lothanos outslde of school Bud s hobby IS reading and discussing good books Ready to swop wlsecracks or to cllscuss books or girls or to argue on anything that s Bud DAEUFER MARY WAIDELICH MARY General She rs a lal er and needs no questzonmg be orc she speaks Mary a smcere conscientious gurl works hard and accomplishes whatever she sets out to do She llkes to tease especially ln Gym class but she also has that rare faculty of enjoying a joke on herself Mary plans to be a dletltlan and lf she mamtams the characterlstlcs she has shown here she wlll persuade anybody to eat anything G1rlReserves 2 3 4 German Club 3 4 Boosler Club 2 4 Nahonal Honor Socreiy 4 Page Thrrty one CCONIUIS l DANNER RUTH ETHEL DANNYH Retail Sellmg He rs truly happy who makes olhers happy Enter the joyous Pretender Thus bundle of sunshlne otherwlse known as Danny and frequently as Brown Eyes ns always pretending that things are when they re not and they usually turn out to be what she pretends Her sunny fun lovmg nature has brightened the dark clouds ln the llves of her hordes of friends ln aword she s a radiant Joy wherever she IS DANIELS MARY DAN1aLs Commercial Laughing and tal mg are her specxallzcs Laughing and chattermg Mary nn splte of all her jolllty IS a good student and a great lover of sports especially of hockey and basketball She lS captam of the hockey team andkhas a devoted group of followers We wish you lots of uc Bas etball 2 3 4 Hockey 2 3 4 Tennzs 3 4 DAUBENSPECK BENJAMIN BEN Engmeerlng and Sclence Towns and counlnes woo logelhcr Forelands beacon belfnes call Never lad lhal trod on lealhcr Lived to feasl hrs heart on all Ben IS a dabbler He dabbles lh thls and dabbles ln that That ns Ben likes to do a llttle but of everything He IS an exceptional student an ardent advocate of camp mg and its benefits a member of The Clubbe and the Natlonal Honor Soclety ln plam words Ben 18 an all 41 65 Q DAVIES CHARLOTTE ELLEN FLUFF Commercial I flied her wzlh morrzcc bells wzlh treble bass and tenor bells Her laughler rang above them as we danced a down the halls Fluff shxnes as a star m the clever act of laughing as brightly as she does xn her studles She IS always bub bling over with the joy of lnvmg 'joking laughing and teasing Of Fluff s mterests ln the opposite sex we know very little for so far every one has been just a friend Frlends are a blessmg however and we wxsh Fluff all the blessmgs nn the world Doasler Club 2 Page Thzrly two round hugh school boy The Clubbe Nalxonal Honor Soclely .- . 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H CCOIVIIUIS DLWALT FRANKLIN PEIRCE Frmnxle Cabinet lVlak1ng Of what trade art thou SIYJ Why slr a carpenter Frank IS a jovial keep smlllng sort of fellow always ready wlth a helpnng hand and a good fellow to have around He lakes to have a good tlme and prefers an automobile He plans some day to manage a bug A Bc P store and we wlsh hmm success DEITRICK IRA HALL ,IR Dm Scxence and Engmeermg Oh that my tongue could utter The thoughts that arise ln me Hall a gooi sport has earnezl his A In football He IS Ly no rreans a quiet chap nor IS he the kmd that talks too much Hls per onalxty makes hlm popular He IS an athlete o1.r coach counts on to keep A H S In the fore front of the football world Physlcs class wouldn t be the same wlthol t hum' We wish you luck Hall Football 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Basketball 2 DkLONG CARL MAHLON Blu. Commerclal Hold your tongues ladies l tl be there Bull ns a fellow easy to get along wlth nl you learn to know hlm He lxkes basketball baseball and football and IS especially fond of swlmmmg Any girls who need mstrur tlons need not hesitate to call 2 30l8 and ask for BIII DELONG ROBERT WILLIAM Boa lndustrlal He laughs and laughs and laughs Robert got hls nxclcname Nutty In his Sophomore year for he was always pulling Wl5CCf8ClKS or acting funny ln the auto shop he IS very active He can take a motor apart and put It together so well that the owner IS afraid to step on the throttle for fear It will run away Page Thzrty three . .I I- I II . II , . II . II I I - , . I . . . . II I I . I I . 5 I V . - I ' - I . , . II II II . I II k I I - . I I I . , l CCIVIIUS DEMOTI' RICHARD HAROLD Dxcx Englneerlng and Science Crea! lalenl has alwaysha little madness mixed up wrt rl Duck may be seen often but he IS not often heard When he IS heard he IS usually pullmg off some wxsecrack H always carries several books home from school whether he studles or not rs unknown The opposite sex seems to be the least of his worrles Although hxs chief dlverslons are readlng and sleeping he IS also an ardent follower of sports The life of an engineer Dxck wlll llve and all hls friends Jom ln wxshmg hum the best of luck Trac 2 DEMPSEY M I RIAM THERESA MIM General She saxd xl and she mcanl xl And she acled as she said Have you ever heard of Centralla3 No nerther had we untll Mlm came along wnth her charming waves and flash mg smlle Mlm IS quite a basketball enthusrast having played three years on the Varsltv and acted as captam the thlrd year Nursmg 15 th smgl answer to any questxon about Mlm s future DENGLER GRACE ANNE DENNY Commerclal I fill the cup to one made up o lovelmess alone Here IS one of the Jolllest gurls of the commercial class whose pleasing personality has won for her many fnends We ve never seen Denny m a mad rush to classes or over burdened wxth books yet she always manages to get there She lS uncertam whether she will enter the busmess world or Penn Hall Here s luck Denny DENT HENRY HEWITT HAL Engineering and Scxence He lhoughl as a sage lhough he fell Izkc a man Hal IS a qulet unassumxng lad who can always be counted on to do his share He shows great mterest ln basketball and football We feel confident that he will be successful and we know hxs good fellowship wxll carry hmm easily through a career Page Thrrly four , 6 . . , , . . k, . 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S S . , , .. f . .. , , . , - , . , . . c QNIUS DESCH, JOHN EDWARD ..FAT,' Commercial Fal funny and sleepy ohn IS a happy go lucky lad always ready for a good laugh He shows abllxty ln basketrall Whatever he does he has the best wxshes of the class Class Football 2 Chorus 2 3 DICKERT RICHARD KENNETH Drcx Commerclal Brunellcs are lhe sprcc o l1Je Dick st rely can pound a tvpewrlter and throw a base ball like nobody s busmess And does he knock down the i hugh marks3 Dick hopes to become a blg buslne s man We thunk he ll be a knockout Baseball 2 3 4 DIFHL lVlll..DRlD NAE DIEHL Commerclal And 'Vlzldrezl smgs in her lrearl maybe and welcomes lhc ILITUIC world m Classes are never dtll when Dxehl s around She can provxde enough entertainment m one day to last for several weeks When Dxehl 18 serious we know that she has heart troul:le Somehow we know she I5 going to be a bug sue cess at Scudder Cheerleader 2 Hockey 2 Hoc ey Manager 4 Czrls Booster Club 2 Gzrl Reserves 2 3 DOBEN PETER Pura lndustrxal fAuto Shop, Mc or the Army Arr Corps' .says Pele Pete mtends either to jom the armv or navv axr service 5' as soon as he can after he IS out of school He ns ln good Y standmg ln his studies and lf he keeps up wlth hns soarmg hopes he will soon be another one of'our Army Birds Page Thrrly jvc J ' ' ' -, -H U , , : . . - Y .. . f ., ., 1 . : , . : k . : ' ' , J ' . . - 4' f . zur v k V I ' , I CONIU S DORWARD MILDRED ELLEN MILL Commerclal A mce dzsposlllon so sound and so sweet What a qulet gxrl Mull IS say strangers after they are mtroduced to her But those persons should see her out wxth the gang flllmg them wxth her pet wlsecracks Mill IS not at all drsmterested m football especially lf she can keep her eye on the fullback She wlll be a stenographer extra DOUGHERTY BEATRICE MAE Bas Fnne Arts By music minds an equal lempcr now Nor swell loo lngh nor sm loo low Beatnce one of the most popular gxrls of the senlor class has dlstlngurshed herself rn many ways Vlce presldent of the class ln both senxor and sophomore years plamst at the weekly assemblies and for our orchestra she has made herself useful and has become well and favorably known to the school Studnous too she yet takes part ln all social and athletic affairs Bee mtends to be a muslc teacher ordlnary not just somebody s stenog may llfe be one unbroken melody Chorus 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 Music Club 2 3 4 DREISBACH WILLIAM ROBERT CHUB Commercial All good pleasures would come lns way Chub 18 one of the finest fellows to get along wxth m our DRAYTON ROBERTSINE Sl NKLER Bosav Fme Arts We love you for a hear! llzal s md Andfor the beauty ln ll1y mmd Carefree Bobby always greets one with a smlle and a cheery word lnterested 1n most of her subjects she takes the greatest pleasure ln music m whlch she IS talented She plans to go on wxth her study of musxc One warnmg we must gnve you Bobby IS always ready to stop and talk and talk and talk Chorus 2 3 4 class He rs always ready to help a fellow ln dxstress and always ready for a good laugh Hrs favorite pastime rs studying ln whatever Chub plans to do m later llfe we wrsh hum luck Chorus 2 3 Page Tlurly sux Q 11 11 1 11 . . . . 11 , . ., . . . . 11 1 1 - . 11 v 11 , . 11 11 1 11 . . k 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . x 11 11 1 R -4 1 . 1 - 1 . 1 1 1 , . 1 1 1 - 11 11 1 41 . 11 - 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 C CONIUS DUDA CYRIL College Entrance ln Arts A genlleman and a goozl ellow a rave cambmalzon Cy a pupxl who takes no actlve part ln the organizations at school contents hlmself with the bare educational ICQUISIICS He IS mterested m journalism and sometimes one manages to get from hum the mformatnon that he intends to enter Lehlgh Unxverslty We are sure to hear from hlm ln no uncertain terms DURAND ELIZABETH COOPER BETTY Commerclal Slow lo anger ready to please Betty although not an Allentoman by bxrth IS loyal to her school She IS a member of the A H S Band and ns usually at all the games cheerlng her Alma Mater Her hobby IS muslc What else are you Interested ln Betty3 Band 2 3 EHRET LUTHER SHERWOOD Lou Commerclal Ye shall call upon me and l wzll no! reute Ye shall gzve me a goose egg bul lhal s all rxghl Lou IS one of the finest fellows m Hugh School He has a cheerful dlsposntxon and always has a broad smlle Lou IS one upon whom you can always depend he will never go back on a friend Trac Manager 2 3 4 Chorus 2 Class Foollmll 3 Class Baskelball 2 EHRHARDT LUCILLE FLORENCE Lowe Il Commercxal Youll neuer see her ln a crowd Because she 13 so small Butjusl stop for a lxllle whxle And you II hear her alnoue all That small gurl commg along the one wnth the dark and full of fun Thmgs always hum when shes around Lucille probably has a hero but we don t l-:now who because she doesnt believe ln wearmg her heart on her sleeve She has our best wishes Booster Club 2 Page Thzrly uvtrl . ucv.. l V wavy hair and large brown eyes, ls Lucille-a dandy sport X . . ff li A . . . : . : . : , ly- CCCOIVIIU S EICHELBERGER THOMAS FRANKLIN Ercrcy General Ambzlron is no cure or love A freckled faced blonde haxred youth who escorts a group of Sophomores of the opposxte sex from school l:.1cky also loves to read books Don t be surprlsed lf you see hlm m a corner readmg a cow puncher story During spare txme Elcky trles to raxse fine rabblts at home ELLIOTT NORMA RUTH DIMPLES Commercial Late lo bed Lale to rise Keeps Drmples I From bemg wzse Norma Ruth Elliott Dxmples Gaze upon thls falr damsel Her favornte expressxon IS I dldn t have tlme to study Dad you ever hear the thrxllmg stones of adven tures Norm tells on a Monday mornmg3 She has a weak ness for Coco Cola Auburn cars and local colleges A good sport and a faithful friend here s to her success FEHR FRANCIS WHITFIELD Fmrz Commercxal A man o vzrlue rs a man of pleasure ERCH ROBERT CHARLES Bosnia Architectural Drafting Mend him who can Ihe ladies call hum sweel Bobble expects to be an archltect and IS talung an excep txonally keen mterest m thls work He IS an actxve mem ber of the T Square Club takes an xnterest m gxrls and their actlvltles and takes part ln many social aflalrs He IS a person of good dlsposxtnon and reputatlon T Square Club Fritz expects to be a reporter or a journalnst He knows all sees all and tells everythmg He may also be a social ezlltor because he IS xnterested ln the socxal whxrl Frxtz I9 of course popl. lar He had been hldmg hrs lxght under a bushel untll the Canary dragged hlm mto the hmellght Canary and Blue 4 Page Thrrly czghl .. n f u . . . f -- , . - .. - - - 1. 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C OWU S FENSTERMAKER KARL HOWARD Fzwsrv Englneermg and Science I present you wzth a man o mznd Cunning In music and mathematics Sports are the least of Fensty s worries He however IS quxte Interested m the pnpe organ and though he has mastered It almost to perfection he does not plan to follow this as a llfe work lnstead he plans to enter Lehxgh Um verslty and some day become one of the country s leadmg chemlcal engmeers FERRIS HOPE DONALD FERRIS Engmeerlng and Sclence Tam l no use lo srl and wlune Cause lhe fish am I on your lme Ball your hook and eep on lryxn Ferns spends hls summer hours swlmmmg fishmg boatmg When Ol Man Wmter puts restrxctxons on such pastlme Ferry spends hls leisure reading good books Upon entermg Lehigh he plans to follow the mechanxcal engmeerlng course and lf hxs lnterest m the subjects neces sary for the course contmues we are sure he wxll succeed Spanzsh Club 3 4 German Club 2 3 4 9 FE'I"l'E.RMAN JAY V Axis Engmeer mg and Sclence I am rn earnesl I wzll not equuocale I wrll no! excuse l wrll nal relreal a single zncll and I will be heard' ,Ialue one of our most mdustrlous students rates hugh ln h1s studies particularly m algebra He plays the clan net nn the band and how he can play' To hum an agree able person IS a person who agrees wxth hzm .l3kl8 plans to study chemlstry at Lehigh We know that he will stand the acid test of any sntuatlon ln the laboratory of llfe Band 2 3 4 German Club 2 3 4 FINKEL ELEANOR B ELEANOR B General Hand grasps hand eye lzghls eye ln good rlendslup And greal hearls expand Anal grow one m llle sense of lhl5 world s lx e Wnth her flash of wlt her beauty and her charm Eleanor has obtained a hlgh place m the hearts of her frlends This together wxth the faithfulness she has always applied ln study will be a lasting advantage to her Her vocational plans we have yet to discover but her mtxmate acquaint ances feel that wlthm her ldeas are forming m a manner which ns certam to end successfully Preszdenl of Spanish Club Chorus Booster Club Page Tlnrly nme ONIU S luck F rank FISHER JAMES EUGENE :M Pattern Making Gmc me variety' This happy go lucky son of A H S answers to the nnck name of lm He ns one of these chaps that luke to tease sports malnly football Hrs ambltlon IS to be a highly cultured tradesman he IS sure to master FLINKINGER WARREN ROBERT WARREN Commercxal Blessed are the joymakcrs Although Warren IS not overly fond of books he IS well above the average and one of the most likable fellows ln the class To be with hlm means to forget all troubles at once He likes to work and I9 sure to make his mark ln the world Page Forty v ..J ,, the other fellows about the- opposlte ser. Hxs hobby IS .I , FISHER FRANKLIN PHILIP FRANK He I1 es red no matter what the color IS A flash of red and a broad smlle denote one person Flsher Where there are a group of golden tresses to be found Fisher xs there among them They couldn t pos sllzly all be has snstersl If Frank s desires be fulfilled the country wlll 3VOld future busmess depresslons Lots of Chorus 2 3 4 Canary 4 Ph1latel1cSoezety 4 Commer eral Club 4 Camus 4 FLAHART JOHN FRANKLIN JOHNNY With graceful steps he strides the street And smzles at all the mazdens sweet I came I saw I conquered IS the whole story of ohnny one of the most soclable and popular of our stu dents He has conquered the hearts of many sweet maidens and has won the comradeshlp of just as many of the fellows Whatever he tackles m hls persxstent way FLUCK STERLING DOUGLAS FLUCKY lndustrlal ffarintmgj Oh lt is excellent to have a giant s strength . , : ' ' : k. : Flucky IS one of those all round good fellows, interested in class sports and always among the highest in his studies. He is interested in girls We expect him to go high in the FOWLER ELFANOR RUTH Rsos Nothing ventured nothzng won Reds tall slender red haired is quite interested in sports Hairdressing is her favorite hobby and the girls at school offer her splendid material on which to practice Here s hoping Eleanor that we may some time come to Fifth Avenue and vlslt you in your Shoppe CCONIUI S FLUCK ALMA MARIE ELLY College Entrance in Arts Ivory hands on ivory eys Move to fftfulfantasres Paging a musician' That s just what Elly IS Not only that but she s a bright jovial studious girl a friend to cherish She has a wonderful disposition she weeps when you weep and rejoices when you rejoice Some day on the concert stage we ll be proud to know her as a class mate German Club 3 4 National Honor Soczety Blue Boo 4 Canary 4 FOGLE. EVELYN MARCUERITE LVN Commercial It s the song you sing And the smile you wear Lyn IS one of our all round good sports and is always ready for fun Her greatest ambition is to be an organist or an artist or a professional swimmer She looks for a certain person on the fourth floor every day whose identity remains a mystery to others We wish you good luck in anything you undertake Lyn Page Forty-one C NIU! S FRACK RUTH SADI E IS General A day for 1011 an hour or sporl Bu! or afrlend IS ll e loo shorl Sls has a varlety of lnterests so many ln fact that she IS not sure whlch one she llkes best She admlts though that she has a deep lnterest ID athletlcs and that she spends much of her spare tlme when she IS not readlng ln taklng part ln sports SIS however IS merely marklng tlme bulldlng up a strong constltutlon for the vlgorous tralnlng of nurslng Czrl Reserves 3 FRANK WALTER HARVEY WALT Commerclal What fools lhese morlals be MUSIC muslc wherever Walt goes Walter has a sllght lncllnatlon to favor Junlors but we should not blame hlm for that for there are some very falr Junlors Walt also ranks wlth the best ln the classroom ln sports and ln school organlzatlons Hls alm 18 to become a figure ln the buslness world Here s luck Walt old boy Soclely 3 4 Commerclal Club 4 Canary and Blue Slaf 4 Blue Book 4 Tennis 2 3 FRANKENFI ELD ETHEL ROSE ETHEL General It IS lhe qulel steady ones lhal wln ln the ll elong race Hats off to the champlon candy eater of Allentown Hlgh' ulet as Ethel lS she has a large number of frlends Those who have known what a falthful student she has been here wlll not be surprlsed to learn that she IS to be a teacher Booster Club 3 Glrl Reserves Chorus 4 A Capella Chalr FRANKENFIELD PAUL HENRITZY FRANK lndustrlal QMachlne Shopj For he s ajolly good fellow Frank IS one of the jolllest fellows lh Hlgh School H IS never seen wlth books under hls arm but always ranks among the hlghest Hls lelsure tlme he spends on radlo expirlments He lntends to contlnue ln the machlnlst tra e Page Forly Iwo ' Us .. 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A . . . . . l e C GMU S FRANTZ MARGUERITE HENRIETTA Muccs General To mmlsler lo the zlls of the world Marguerlte Frantz better known ln school as Muggs can be a studlous girl when she lsn t laughmg or chewmg gum She mtends to go m tramnng at the Sacred Heart Hospltal Her patlents wlll find It worth whale to prolong Chorus 2 3 4 Swzmmrng 3 Trac 3 FRIES CHARLES FREDERICK Fmzlzzv lnclustrxal fElectr1c Shop Fleel of fool and light of head Fritz lxkes any sport that comes along and can play most of them pretty well Hrs favorntes are football base ball and basketball He IS one of those guys that can be seen wnth a girl most of the time but ln splte of this he manages to be a happy Jolly good fellow Foollrall I 2 3 4 Bas elball I Trac I 2 Chorus 2 Page Forly lhree FRANTZ ANNA ANNE General Men may come and men may go Bul she goes on forever That I5 Anne s ch1ef characteristic It takes more than a mere man to mterest her but she wnll go mto raptures over the latest l:ook she reads Her hobby rs corresponding and she IS obtalnmg an mterestmg group of foreign friends Anne means to he a nurse and she ll elther knll them or cure them with her lme Nalzonal Honor Soczely Hockey 3 4 FREY WILLIAM OSCAR Blu. Englneermg and Sclence My zdea of an agreeable person rs a person who agrees uzrlh me Bull gets a joke out of everything ln his classes he IS always smllmg Bull IS a great booster for all sports with a SpCC13l boost for tenms track and swlmmlng When homework IS asslgned he always does ltb He IS Interested m journalism and IS assistant eclltor of Lehigh Crusader Bull plans to attend college , f' 4 , , ' l : 1 "- , their illness, if Muggs is the nurse. k. . ' ' P . . . . .' k . : k. . .' . . COIVIIUI S FRIES PAUL FREDERIC Fnxrzs Flne Arts Musrc Music 11 is us ar above lhe slumblmg stones o I1 e As a student and as a musrclan Paul has served hls Alma Mater He IS pleasmg and dependable Hrs days are made long and happy by hrs mtense love of muslc other burdens are lightened by this pleasure Paul wlll attend West Chester State Normal where he wrll leave hrs mark for hrgh achlevements Orolan Delralmg Socrely 2 3 4 Csharp Music Club 3 Chorus 2 3 4 Band 4 Orcheslra 4 FRYE LOIS ELLEN General A lrue rrend rs orever afncnd You need no mtroductron to Lo for she IS well known among her classmates Her love of sports and dancmg P 8 Lo lntends to become a nurse but she IS really mterested ln avratron Well there may be a resrdent airplane nursmg service some day FUNK FREDERICK LESTER Fmrz lndustrral Every man rs what he ma es hrmself Here IS Fritz a quret fellow ambntlous and always work FTICSAR JAMES STEPHEN nvx College Entrance rn Arts ln adxon arlh ul and rn honor clear jxm rs one of the tallest men ln the class but he s very modest about dxsplaymg hrs other qualltles As a student he rs exactly the thlng and he s the kmd of a frrend every fellow wants to have Nalmnal Honor Soczely 4 mg at something useful or educatxonal Hrs hobby IS model airplanes at which he spends most of his time His ambition IS to become an airplane desngner and nf anyone can design an airplane he can Page F oriu four ' C ' 7 .. . , f . 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I6 n k . .rv CCNIUIS FUNK PAULINE VIRGINIA Pou.v General Conlxnual cheer ulness rs a sign of wrsdom Polly has a host of frlends who admire her good sports manshxp and happy dlsposltnon She has tlme for study tlme for fun and especnally time for dancxng Pollys mam ambltnon xs to become an avlatrlx IV'ay the plane Polly' GALER HAROLD EIVIIVIET HAP College Entrance m Arts I regrel lhal I have bul one hour lo spend In Lalln class Here we have I'-Iarold a real student We are quxte sure that lf Vnrgll Cicero and Caesar were Ilvmg nn thxs modern age they would welcome Harold as an esteemed colleague The gurls have not occupled any of hns txme yet but time remedies all thmgs Harold ns plannmg to attend Lafay ette College We wlsh hum a happy career Girls Booslcr Club 2 she pilots soar as hugh as her hopes and ldeals Contact GANGEWER DOROTHY SUSAN Do'r General A laugh rs worth a hundred groans ln any mar el Wherever or whenever you see Dot she IS always laugh mg Seldom does one catch her lh a serious mood Her motto IS I..al.gh and the world laughs wlth you weep and you weep alone She 15 studxous on occasxon and she assures us that sorre day she ns golng to be a very good nurse Well here s wlshmg her patxents good luck GARFINKEL DAVID Dunuev General There s no art To find lhc mmd s conslruchon rn the face Dudley s ardor seems to be dampened by a class room but outside of the sanctuary of leamnng he IS one of the gang His hobby IS basketball and he IS pretty good at smlung baskets Page Forly five I. 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II I ' I C ONIU S The Clulzlle GARNET JAMES DONALD IM General lm IS another of the popular fellows of Hlgh School He enjoys the dlstlnctlon of belng both athlete and scholar for three years he has been ln harness on the glrdlron one of the best guards and ends that has ever fought for the Canary and Blue Although he does not always have hls nose burned ln a book he stands hlgh ln all hls classes Foolllall 2 3 4 GARNET LEWIS GEARHART HELEN JOSEFHINE HELEN College Entrance ln Arts And gladly would she learn And gladly leach Our Helen lS a good frlend and a Fine sport Her sunny smlle has endeared her to her classmates Helen s plcture should have been ln Vanlly Farr along wlth that of Bemto Mussollnl and the other celebrltles who love the vlolln Thls tall brown halrecl glrl means to become a teacher Wlth Helen to lead them her puplls wlll be very fortunate Orchcslra 2 3 Le Cercle Francals 4 Blue Book 3 Page Forly slr GARNER JOHN EDWARD ACK Englneerlng and Sclence Le! me wal wllh the crowd ln the busy slreel And be a rlcnd lo man ack IS qulte talkatlve except when he lS busy wlth French Always frlendly and helpful hlS broad grln has won hlm many frlends Although not a member of Hlgh School team he IS greatly lnterested ln football and basket ball ack moves wlth the crowd ln the middle of the road and I5 chock full of the stuff that spells success Loul la General l II no! con er wllh sorrow llll tomorrow Buljoy shall have her way lhls very dag, Loule of medlum helght and good bulld has been a member of the Varslty swlmmlng team for three years He holds the school record for the l00 yard breast stroke event Llke most athletlcally mclmed young men he has a tendency to be lndlfferent to homework Because Loule IS a qulet sort of fellow you mlght thmk he s bashful but he has a ready smlle for every one ladles and all Swlmmmg 2 3 4 Class Swlmmzng 2 3 4 Gym Team I v I .rj .. f . , "J " A., n f . ls :vu 3, n , . 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Y , I f CONIUIS GEHRIS NORMAN JAMES Nonmv lnclustrlal fprlntlngj Printers are made nol born Normy IS very popular among his friends of both sexes A studlous boy he IS sure to succeed as a printer and maybe some day we shall hear of hlm as a great publisher Hls hobby IS sports especially baseball and he was an actlve member of a team this season Class Foolball 2 GEIGER RAYMOND JOEL RAY Engineering and Science A rlend in need is afrlend indeed An honest lad standing five feet eight IS Ray Geiger He IS light complexloned has dark brown hair and light brown eyes and has a great llklng for music aeronautlcs and sports ln his school work he IS good he has not taken one examination ln his three years of hlgh school A great companion he IS when you get to know hlm well Class Bas elball 3 Band 2 3 GFMMEL LOUISE Glalvlmlal Commercial Gallant body and eager brain And lhe lure o youlh ln your sm: e Friends may come and friends may go but there are few friends like Cemmel Her sunny dlSPOSltl0h and love of fun make It a pleasure to have her around The boys like her too but who stands a chance with a husky football player and swimming star ln the background! Clve busl ness a break first Gemmel but lf the kitchen wins out we wish you luck anyway Hoc ey 2 3 4' Baskelball 2 3 4. GENSENLEITER. MILDRED ARLINE Mll.l.lu 2 Commercial Her riendship spreads like buller on hol ginger bread." Millie has a smile that reaches from corner to corner of her well shaped mouth. Her sweet disposition and pleas- ant winning ways have won many admirers. Fond of sports and music it is probable that in the future you may tune in on your radio and hear Millie crooning love songs. Chorus I 2 3' German Club 3. Page Forly-.seven BNIU S GEORGE JOHN BENJAMIN Joma General The wzll lo do the soul lo dare He who would teach must first learn That xs the attltude ohn has taken durmg hls sojourn here for hxs ambltlon seems to be to wleld the bxrch rod but who knows perhaps he might be pullmg m speedmg motorists some day Nevertheless a better frxend IS dlfhcult to find his kmd hearteclness IS seldom excelled Hxs greatest dlfh cultles appear ln the shape of Solid problems but even these he masters by vlrtue of a strong will GERY JOYCE LARAYNE ocx General The world s a slage as Shakespeare saxd one day The slage a world was what he mean! lo say A tall agreeable gxrl greeting one always wlth a pleasant smlle IS oyce Gery She has been with us only smce her umor year and during that time has been active nn cluI.s oyce IS mterested ln Dramatic Arts and when she enters college next fall she w1II take wxth her good wrshes from many friends Boosler Club 3 Le Cercle Francais 3 GIFT ROBERT AYRES Gufrv Engmeermg and Scnence He served wrlh glory and admrrcd success The most popular boy m school' Presndent of hxs class Commercial Traveling on l now nol where It xs Bud who follows up the sports of the school We see he IS only a few games behmd schedule You wxll always fund hum handmg hrs frnends a Ime hard to digest He IS going to be a travelmg salesman accordmg to reports Here s wxshmg hum a great many sales m both hrs sophomore and senior years presldent of clubs galore Glft finds tnme too for athletic actxvntles In short he IS a man respected by everybody a man who has done much for has school and has class a man always scholastlc ally fit always ready to pitch mto anything with a wlll We call hum Gxfty Foollrall 2 3 4 Tenms 3 4 Sc1cnceClulz All1lel1cCoun crl Sophomore and Senior Preszdenl of Class of 33 Page Forty elght .I . -I 'D . .- . . , . x . 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CCCIVIIU S GILLESPIE ,IEANETTE NET Commercial Net IS Inttle but oh my' And when you see her trlppmg to class beside a tall handsome unlor you don t wonder a bat' And when you hear a horn w1IdIy tootmg you know that s Net In her dark red Chevy She wants she says to be a hanrdresser but the Fates seem to point to a cottage Instead GOUNDIE RHODA IDA Punv Commercial A good fame is lhe besl o lhc good graces Rhoda ns a good all round sport and a loyal supporter of football basketball and swimming But despite the fact that she loves sports she does not neglect her studnes Wherever there IS a dance Rhoda IS su re to be found She too intends to be a stenographer some day Class Basketball I 2 3 Class Swrmmzng I 2 3 Booslfr Club I Page Forly nme GILBERT WILBUR KNAUSS Sum Commerc lal He sluzlres not ye! knows all Here comes Slum the basketball man bug strong hand some studlous er a pardon me I m not so sure of that last He often says that he Ixkes them bug the bugger they are the harder they fall sings Slum Go get her Slum loads of luck to you Bas elball j V 2 Varsrly Bas elball 3 4 Trac Baseball Manager 3 Band 2 GINKINGER KATHERINE PATRICIA MICKEY C om merclal before Mickey ns one of the shortest semors ln A H S But don t thunk that her slze stunts her knowledge for Mickey has a brnlhant mmd and uses It practically all the tlme She hopes to become a stenographer to some prominent business man Every one wishes her Iots of Iuck k . . .. : ' li . . : lt. 2: Qs "Makes Iwo grins grow where lllere was only a grouch J . . Y , I . .. . f CUIVIIU S CRAVER MARCELLA GRACE MARCIE General There is no hzgher goal allamed Than lllal wluch I5 by mdness gained Marcie s pet hobby is studying chemistry Eating runs a close second Marcie will need both to be a nurse as she is planning to be She will prepare at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital Good luck' Girls Booster Club 3 4 Swzmmmg Team GRAEFLIN KARL ERNEST BANDIT lndustnal .Slandfarlher bac f We d see lum well Karl is usually the center of a peculiar noise in the hall or classroom but when he is caught how he does blush' H IS specially interested in taking machinery apart and then making it run again For recreation he likes to argue All in all Karl is one swell fellow and we all wish him suc cess GREEN RUTH ELEANOR Gmssmiz General Ifill Ilus cup lo one made up 0 lovelmess alone Greenle is musically inclined Her pet topic is the Boy Friend her pet study letters Her winning smile and cess as a teacher Choir 4 GREENBERG DOROTHY JANE Dor Commercial Nollung s new nollung s lrue and nollung mailers Did you ever see some one walking down the street with a pile of books under her arm3 Well that :sn t Dot Dot believes that laughter is the cure for all human ills and keeps her friends healthy by an endless application of ifticisms She aspires to become a nurse Page F 1 fly Booster Club 2 3 4 Ctrl Reserves Chorus 4 A Capella , ' , . e . . k. . 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Ja' l nty and mtends to be some one s stenographer Heres CCOIVIIUIS GRESH GWENDOLYN HONEY Commercial Follow my heart my dancmg eel Dance as blrthe as my heart can beat Honey IS the genume All American girl When you see a group of gurls and hear some one saying You re telling me Honey IS there She IS a good dancer and attends all the Hugh School dances She I5 fond of college stu dents too She IS a member of the Tau Kappa Phu Soro luck to you Honey GROSS STANLEY WILSON STANLEY lndustnal The taller he l3 the lugher he can reach Here you have a well known athlete bashful but well acquainted wxth h1s studles Whether It s first base half back or centre he proves a friendly opponent He finds It hard to acquamt hlmself with others but we shall some day hear of hrs remarkable achnevements m electrxcxty Baseball 2 3 GRUBER MARGARET JANE PEGGY General You see such lovely things not as they are l f you Ll reach out your haml you d touch a star That s why l say Wrth all your power hold fast your Take a lovable sunny dlsposltnon a sensxtlve beauty lovmg nature add a merry smlle and a generousemount of loyalty splce wnth a dash of mlschlef and you ll have our Peggy The most pleasant of compamons the mc st under standmg of frlends wherever she may go whatever she may do her hfe will be golden for she brightens everythmg she touches Le Cercle Francazs Nash Pleda 3 4 Booster Club 2 3 4 Dramatlcsoczety 3 Blue Book 4 Canary 4 Delratesquad 4 GRUVER OLIVER HARVEY OLLY Fine Arts A man is not so soon healed as hurt Olly IS a well bullt athletic young fellow about five feet sxx mches tall He played football on the unxor Varsity ln his sophomore and jumor Vears but being a modest fel low he keeps lt to hlmself He xs studymg diligently to be a lawyer and hopes to contmue hxs study at Muhlenberg College We'wlsh hlm the best of luck Football 2 3 Page F :fly one i .. .. . .. . f . . . - n . ll I 4 ,y . . 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I . . . .. . ., - F l n V , - . l , CONIU S GURGICK JAMES J M Industrlal flilectrlcal Here I3 a boy who 13 lrouml to engage ln solvzng the wonder o this electrzcal age james needs no mtroductlon Conscxentlous and senous In his work m our electrlc shop lf any question I8 to be answered all the boys look to James We wish this wizard good luck and expect great achlevements from hlm ln the radlo world CUTEKUNST FREDERIC WILLIAM Faso Engineering and Science He towers above all others L1 e an eagle on hrs flzght Fred has set an example for cheerfulness helpfulness and dependability and has won hxs way mto the hearts of all who know hlm Hrs character and genlal splrlts wxll leave a cherished record Both as athlete and as student of the highest quality he has hung has name hugh on the banner of has class Frezl will show equal ablllty m his study of medlclne He s a man to be trusted always Gym Team 3 4 National Honor Society Phzlatelzc Soczety 3 4 Blue Book 3 Canary and Blue 4 Camus 4 Nas, HAAS GRACE LUCY HAASY General Youth calls for pleasure pleasure calls for love You can recognize Grace by her laughter and her ever lastlng talkmg She IS always full of fun except when she IS In a dreamy mood Her deslre 18 to be a nurse We re sure she II make a good one because her ways are ways of pleasantness Booster Clulz 2 3 4 Chorus 4 A Capella Choir 4 HALL WILLIAM SLOAN Blu. Commerclal Cod goeth wzth you Crcatheart Bull I8 one of our great athletes He lndulges m football and as often called the Trexlertown Flash l:ecause of has unusual ablllty ln all fields of sport He intends to enter a higher mstltutlon of learning to specialize In accountmg Follow vour Interference Bull and you wlll make touch downs all right Football 2 3 4 Class Basketball 3 Page Fifty two -lj v. - ' I U . - . f . . n , , . I .4 -n . .- - - . n . . - n , I ,' . n 1 I p , ,' , . U n f -I vu , . . . . . - y I 1 s n l I 1 v - ' ,tm 1. -. I 4- . n . 1 v ' v v v I , - C UNIUIS HARTMAN ONETTA RUTH Toors General Devoted To song and dance 1 And Izlt wrlhoul a name1 So sweetly breathed twould pul a bard to shame In the short year Onetta has lzeen wrth us her cheerful dnsposntxon has made her many friends Perhaps her mck name Toots IS the reason for her Interest ln muslc for thls lxttle blonde miss plays the saxophone with a fine musical perception Her abllxty to make friends xs an assurance of happiness m any field 'Wm HASSKARL ELIZABETH ORRELL BETTY General As each goes on tus way destiny accompames hum Betty IS a charming senorlta wxth a pepsodent smlle But of late somethmg seems to be troubllng her Once upon a time Betty had declded to go to Cedar Crest now she can t decide whether to attend Penn State or Cedar Crest Her heart wlll probably rule as lt usually does m such affaxrs No matter where Betty will be a huge suc cess Society 4 Natrona! Honor Socrety 4 .L HAWK RAY ALLEN HAWK lndustrlal QFlectrlc Shopj A great man rises slowly Ray as one of our efficient electrical students sunny m HAWK GRACE ELLEN IS Retail Selling She may seem bash ul tzmzd andshy But oh my oh my my d ar oh my' Grace s sunny manner towaros everybody has brought her loads of fnends A style for every figure and a figure for every style Let me figure out your frgu re IS her slogan You wnll have guessed by this time that Grace IS a stylist Look ln the l935 Vogue for Styles by Gracee dlsposltlon and always wnllmg to help any one ln his leisure he drums on a piano but when he undertakes any task he usually flnlshes It We wish him luck ln hns desire to go to Blues C Page Fifty three ' 1 Atoih Pleda, 3, 4,- spanish czub, 3, 4, National Honor A , Us .. ' D CCOIVIIU S HECKMAN RICHARD S Drcx Englneermg and Science Lads are after all men Dlck IS a fellow who IS to be looked up to Besldes bemg a tall fellow who tells tall stones he Ixves on the summlt of Lehlgh Mountain He mlght have hrs shortcommgs lh algebra but he IS a great pal to all his friends Hls ambl tnon soars hugh He wlII be a bug man m a blg way We re wlshmg success to you Dave HzY34 I-IEEPS THEODORE WILLIAM TED Engmeerlng and Science Too lale I slayed orgzve lhe crime Unlzeezled flew llle hours Ted IS proof that slze doesn t count Hrs great work on the grldlron and hxs records ln track competltlon prove that Ted s a great guy but we have to admlt he has one weak ness -gurls I-Ie Il get over lt He has not decided We II all vote for hlm for either office HEFFELFINGER LEAI-I ISABELL Harry Commercial We speak of Lauglrmg Leall Lookee' It s the star guard of the basketball team I-Ier keen Interest lh sports has glven her a superactlve career ln A H S Heffy IS equally talented ln talkmg but she also stud les hard and ranks hugh m her classes What ever your future axm IS here s good Iuck to you Heffy Bas etball 2 3 4 Hockey 2 Commcrczal Club 4 HEIL MARJORIE LOUISE MARQE Commercial Sweets lo the sweel Marge has a happy go Iucky dlsposntlon Candy candy whos got candy3 18 her constant cry She IS known as everybody s pal She IS qulte serious about her studies expects to take up nursing and w1II probably throw the patients mto hysterlcs wnth her wlsecracks Page Fifly four I ll I, whether he wants to be President or just Vice-president. 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CQNIU S HEIL RICHARD HENRY BARON General Money zs lhe kmd offale that rules the deslmy of men lntroducmg the Baron of Wall Street the class of 33 s stock broker He has a hablt of brmgmg the fmanclal sectlon of the Times to school underlines the best buys and then remarks Now lf I had SIOOOO ld take Ana conda at forty After graduation he plans to go away to school for a few years Blue Boo 3 4 Canary and Blue 4 Camus HEISER ROBERT GEORGE Coos General Where er fan' ladles chance lo be There this an' nigh! you Il ever see Goob comes to us from Topton Hrs only weakness ns flxrtmg and how he lakes to be seen trottxng around the halls with a gxrl by has Slde There xs one feature par tlcularly wluch the gxrls adore about Coob and that IS hxs HELD WILLARD RAI LTON TRICKY lndustnal There are always olher lhmgs to lhm o Because lhere s always lols lo ll one s lx e Wlth hxs magnetxsm he draws the fems to a state of abyect admlratlon Trxclcy I8 a good fnend to everybody and especially fond of sports He sometimes gets into trouble with the teachers but the gurls are all on his side with a big hand He expects to be a great architect some day and we all wash hlm luclc HELD RICHARD WILLIAM DICK General Earneslness and sport go well logelher He s a smxlmg amateur baseball player a promlsmg tenms player and a skillful dlshwasher Hookum escorts a pretty sophomore to and from school and to some of her classes I-Ie 18 attractxve 1n appearance and bnllnant ln class sometimes Hookum does just love mathematics he s gomg to college to further that knowledge 1, Page Flfly fl!! k. , : , . : - blushing. l .. ' . I H I ff lf- DMU S HENDRICKS SARA MILLER SARA College Entrance m Arts I t rs the qurel people who are the most dangerous That s stralght lf ever you see Sara slt and thmk beware she s plannmg what to do next ln spite of this she s an all round good sport She has tlme for study too because she has mastered the Latm German and Greek requxred by the College Entrance Course What a mind! Here s hopmg Lady Luck stays with her' HENNINGER ELLSWORTH ALFRED ELLs General H IS open eyes encluanl and bless A mrnzl divinely drowsxng Ells IS sort of a small good natured chap who studies hard and IS a great sport fan Fond of muslc he plays the vlolnn and the harmonica and slngs ln the Hugh School Glee Club He reads a lot of books and magazines and gen erally knows what he IS talking about Chorus 2 3 Ph1lalel1cSoc1ely HERMAN CLARA ELIZABETH BETTY General A cheer ul loo ma es a dzslr a easl Our class IS fortunate ln havm amon its numb rs Englneermg and Sclence A cas llral cannot be filled Jim IS possessed of a never ending thirst for knowledge He IS known to be a good mnxer and also a good student a combmatlon hard to beat He especially excels m the study of mathematxcs hrs interest lymg along the lme of engmeermg g g e a glrl of such a sunny dlsposltlon a true frlend ln need From Betty s far away look you can be sure her thoughts are on some fair swam She s a wuz at math and ready to help you with your trxg problem any time We ve a notion that her future will keep on practxcmg her home economxcs Heres happiness Betty' Page Fifty sur HENSINGER, JAMES HOWARD "Jun" .. k " f k k ' f CUNIUIS HERSH ELIZABETH RUTH BETTY Commercial Worry let us run away Live a lrfe and lrve rl gay Betty IS qurte versatile She loves to travel around as you may well know for she rs constantly changmg schools havmg belonged to three already One of her many abllltres IS swrmmnng whxch she has down pat Although our rrval IS Bethlehem we often wonder rf Betts thmks so but then some kmds of rlvalry are all rlght Swxmmzng 2 HESSINGER CARL JOHN Hassv General Fly ll1e banners' Sound lhe guns' Down llre slreel the clueflarn comes' Classes are never dull when Hessle IS around he always has his work Hrs next Alma Mater will be the wrde world ln which he expects to be a business man Co to It Hessle And look at thus lrne up' Trac 2 3 4 Class Foolball 2 3 4 Tenms 3 Class Track 2 3 4 0rolanDebal1ng 3 4 Mus1cClub 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Canary and Blue Busmess Blue Boo Business Camus Debate Squad HERNANDEZ RITA BETTY Rsrrrs Commerc ral Happy am l from care l mfree Why :sn l every one happy la e me9 Ruta s pleasant dlsposltlon has made her one of the most popular girls lh school Shes chock full of fun but 18 she stud1ous3 Well lf you ever need help Ih Spamsh don L ask Ruta She s undecided as to what she s gomg to do after leavnng school but here s for lots of luck Reets anywhere rn anything Swrmmmg 2 Commercial Club 4 Qecrelary 2 HERTZOG EARL FRANKLIN CURLY lnclustrlal And smrles al all the mazdens sweel Earl IS another comlng archltectural genius one who pushes a mean pen and a wlckecl pencil Earl succeeds ID most everything he tries What does he do l3est3 Play ball and hypnotlze the glrlsl You should see him He intends to become an architect Here s luck Earl Page Fr fly seven . . .k b.. f u Q "With graceful slaps he slrides the slreels, k. . . : ' . . . :. 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' : - CONIU S be a nurse Society 4 HILLEGAS DOROTHY FLORENCE Dor Commerclal Laughter xs good youth is sweet And love :ts own reward Everybody likes Dot a happy go lucky carefree glrl She stands five feet four has blue eyes and a pleasant smlle She IS always ready for a summer s vacation at Galeton Pennsylvania She mtends to be a bookkeeper or perhaps a housekeeper wxsh will be fulfilled HOFFMAN KENNETH EDWARD KEN Com merclal H rs work 15 done best Who works wxthout jesl Ken lS a well known boy who has made many friends through his membership ln the Y M C A and m the American Red Cross Life Savmg Corps ln the latter he IS a member of the Flrst And branch He IS well liked everywhere because of has clean sportsmanship Because of his work ln the Y M C A he could not participate lh any of the sports much to our regret durmg hls three year stay at A H S Here s luck to you Ken Chorus 2 3 Page Fzftg, erqhl HEYDT EILEEN GERTRUDE LEENY Commercial She s as pretty as a picture And as brzght as mercury Eileen quiet but full of pep has a personalnty that makes her popular To know her IS to love her because always she proves herself a true friend Elleen too wlll Chorus 2 3 4 Commercial Club 4 Nat1ona1Honar HILLER WALTER FREDERICK WALLY Elect rlcal Not learned rn court nor versed ln wrt But loved by those who know him best Wally xs one of the much to be heard from electrical engineers He has an attractxve personallty and makes many friends He I8 a good swlmmer and hkes dancing equally well He wants to further hls education wxth the General Electric Company Schenectady We hope his . . . , .. . . . , -- , l . . . . .. ., y , l l v ' . C ONIUIS HOLLENBACH WILLIAM EDWIN BILL General The man of a lhausand noles Bull IS one of the gxlded students who studxes How he hkes his French' He IS also an accomplished muslclan and surely can flourish a cornet He expects to enter Princeton where we wlsh hum success HOROWITZ ANNE RITA General Every one has hrs hobby syn a qulet frlendly glrl entered Allentown Hugh ool ln her unlor year ln that short time she has become an asset to the school because of her hugh scholar ship Ann IS an actlve member of the National Honor Society Reading detectwe stones ns her favorite pas time From what we know of Anne we are sure she will make an excellent teacher Good luck Anne Nalronal Honor Soclely 3 4 HOLLENBACH PAUL FRANKLIN TINY lndustrlal fAuto Construction? Then I ll brrng a medal bac And glue rl you lo cep And now we have the extreme pleasure of showlng you the wxzard of automoblle mechanncs who IS al o dear gurls a great ladles man' He can play football llkeaprofes slonal and was on the class football team last year and here s wlshlng hlm luck as an automoblle mechanlc Class Football 2 3 HOLTZ STANLEY EUGENE Tim. LIGHT Engmeerlng and Science A lhlng worlh doing IS worlh doing well Stanley a newcomer to A H S has already dlstm gunshed himself as one of our most industrious and capable tudents The ease wlth whlch he handles math of all kmds makes hmm an object of admlratlon to all the stu dents he ns the answer to a teacher s prayer Stanley mtends to matrlculate at Penn State where he will prob ably take a mecllcal course Orchestra ANN Page Frfty nme . 14 v 1 k , f 5 1 . . . , - . , . .. ,. , - .. . . . . -, , . . ., ' s . ' ' Y - E I l , . . . l C ONIUIS HORVATH CHARLES D Snom-Y Commercxal Thus Izllle fellow-no fear can shac le For nollung to lum IS loo greal lo lac le No matter how heavxly burdened Shortys heart may be he IS always ready to glve you a broad smlle and a cheerful word by way of greeting Hrs pleasing manner has won many friends Wnth hrs personality and hrs natural abrlrty m commercial work Shorty s success ln the business world IS secure HOUSEMAN WINIFRFD FHYLLIS Wrnurs College Fntrance ln Arts Wrlh fazru fccl who treads lhc Howcrs Any one who can call Wlnlfred smllmg fun lovmg Wnnlfred a frlend IS lucky She IS an asset to the French Club and The Clubbe Wll'll'llC likes dancmg and lent beauty and grace to the muslcal comedy And how she likes umforms' Thus Wmnle IS also a good student wlth bug ambltlons Le Cercle Francazs The Clublwe Muszcal Comedy HOWER DOROTHY QARA DOT Household Arts Sweelness and modesly for her have won a place ln llle hear! of every one Dot' Yes that gurl wlth the pretty curly hair Her personallty makes an lmpresslon as permanent as her waves her quiet and her sweet dlsposltlon lead her many friends to believe she will make a good nurse We re sure she ll keep the patients cheerful Here s wlshlng her and them health and happiness Home Economrcs Club 3 HUBER LESTER E SKINNY Commercial Tal of nolhmg but busmejs and drspalcll that business we Skinny IS the sort of a fellow you like to meet He IS an embryo bookkeeper wxth a yen to help every one with hrs homework He ns never too busy to help a friend unless he IS sleeping whlch IS very often He has often sand that he would hibernate lf he dnd not enjoy wmter sports so much Page Srxly T ul ur , . . , . . . k .. . . . . . . - I v ' ' I - . , 5 .. , - .. . , ,4. . . . .... . k . ., . . CONIUI S HUMMEL HELEN THERESA MIM! Commercial A maiden Bound to be sweet and gentle True and faithful A glggle here and a gxggle there Well lt s Helen and you can count on lt s lsemg a good Joke However She 1S not all fun for she has a Hne report card Helen IS all set to pound the keys m some mce man s oflice Here s wlsh mg her the best of luck Natronal Honor Society HUNSICKER PAUL JACOB Axe Flne Arts Beware of rashness but wlth energy and sleepless vrgllance go orward and give us vzctorzes Paul seems to he a happy go lucky fellow but under neath the surface he IS seriously ll'lClIh0d and has the pluck to get what he wants Wnth that fine characteristic of perservance which he displayed ln stlckmg to four yearsof Latin Paul took up stamp collectmg and xs now on the way to a fine collection We expect great things of Paul m the future HUFNAGEL VERNA ETHEL Vcmsm General Oh my heart would beat high At her glance and her srgh' Thus popular little miss IS known and loved by every one and has a smile for every one she meets Social functions would not be complete wlthout her cheery presence She expects to hecorre a nurse and we know she wxll radxate happmess among her patrents as she has among her mnum eralzle frlends at A H S Chorus 3 4 HUMMEL RICHARD JAMES Dxcx General Where go you Dlc wzth bats and clulzsi That s a foollsh question for any one knows that Dlck Hummel an ardent sport enthuslast IS gomg to play base ball Hrs presence marks not only baseball but football After graduating from hugh school he expects to attend Lehigh and after this ll'lSfltUll0l'l he hopes to take up the rems of hls father s busmess Football 3 Baseball 3 l Page Szxty one .- H - H . . , H - - - . , . -1 H 1 4- . . ,- - y . - , y . . . , , , 4. 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ONIU S IOBST ELLEN DORA Lau Fme Arts She may lze slow rn starlmg but when she starts What was that name-I..en3 Oh yes of course that s our frlencl Ellen Ellen much prefers the Sophomore lunch perlod Oh fre he Ellen' Ellen ln her leisure tame enjoys strummmg on the plano the pieces she loves most You might get a slant on her emotions lf you could llsten ln at such trmes You cl never get xt any other way for Chorus 2 3 4 JAFFE SIDNEY SYD General Merrt neecls no advertzsmg Syd IS one of the few fellows of the class to whom studxes just naturally come easrly He doesn t wear horn rrmmed s tacles thou h the would he declares mar hxs ood one quarrel wlth hxm no club has secured the attentron of hrs master mmd Ellen am t tellm anyth1ng3 JOHNSON CLAIRE ELIZABETH CLAIRE Commercial JOHNSON CAROLYN ELIZABETH Be-r-ry Commerclal Sweetness o manner and grace devozd of prule Mrght hule her faults rf bclles hazlfaults to hide Betty will be remembered by her fortunate assoclates Smcerrty IS the ey to all the world s good A wmnmg smxle and an encouraging word one always gets from Claire She always has tlme for play yet she never shlrks her work In whatever she mtends to do we wrsh her success for her lndwldual personality sound Judgment and true drgnlty Quiet and unassuming she IS known to her mtl mates as a splrlted and fun lovmg companion Her pres ence drffuses charm and cheer and her fine qualltles are dlsplayed m all her actrvltles Betty IS both shrewd and receptlve of suggestrons an mdependent and a far sighted vu orker all factors m successful work Page Srxty two If I i A A pec g 3 . y , . 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Although he 18 a very good student, the school has 1. 1 1 f o . . 1 li C ONIUI S JOHNSON EVELYN ARLENE v Retall Selllng Talk lalk laik- She wheedles convlnces persuades Now who IS thls so falr and sweet5 It 5 Ev Evelyn Johnson a member of the Retall Selllng course who has learned how to sell ladles apparel for wlves and sweet hearts Her two IHICFCSCS are the soclal swlrl and a busl JONES MARVIN LEROY Muecuzs lndustrlal Electric Shopl Success I3 lhe reward of conlmucd amblllon ones IS a student of ambltlon a superb electrlclan and a genlus at mathematlcs He has no tlme for soclal func tl0DS but IS a great sport loves baseball and IS a champlon ness career We all wlsh her a lot of success to fi , at plng pong He deserves all the luck the world can offer JONES OLIVE ELLEN JoNEsY General I spea your name a mama flung Colden blrds begm to slng Plump and Jolly Ollve' At first glance one mlght thlnk Ollve one of those qulet studlous glrls but have you ever met up wlth her at a party3 She IS one of the llV8llCSt ln the crowd It IS always onesy who wlll play the newest of the jazz songs She wlll be a wonder as a nurse for none of her patlents wlll want to leave the world as long as she 15 ln It JOSEPH OLGA .JOSEPH General Beller lale lhdll never That s Olga She ll get there lf you QIVC her tlme Olga IS no Glrl Scout but she lllces lndlan Trall Park just the same If ever you read of a new chewlng gum dlscovery you ll know Olga had somethlng to do wlth lt She plans to become a pharmaclst and we wlsh her luck ln the adven ture Booster Club 2 3 Glrl Reserves 2 3 4 Page Slxly three Glrl Reserves 2 3 4 Nalh Pleda Deballng 4 X ONIUIS KAVALKOVICH MARGARET MAcc.uz General ll is the steady qurel ploddmg ones Tha! wm zn lhe ll e long race Psst' It s Maggle the little lass who has won many friends by her demure disposition She ns fond of mathe matics and ranks high in everything she undertakes But oh my don t think for one moment that Maggle 15 always studying for she IS one of the Jollxest girls of the school Wait till you re a teacher Maggie' German Club 4 Girl Reserves 2 3 4 KEHLER JOSEPH ERWIN os lndustrlal Mechanical Draftmgj And wha! or where I don t much care I ll lake what ll may be joe is one of the boys in the Mechanical Drafting depart ment He is a good athlete but does not know it Neither does any one else He has a special weakness for blondes and his mind is anywhere but on his studies His motto is Don t rush me girls T Square Club KEIPER MARGARET AMANDA PEC. Commercial Success is the reward o contmued e orl Margaret is a jolly good friend to all Her jovial smile wins much attention for her After leaving school she hopes to enter some hospital for training Later in her career she has interests of greater importance We wish her lots of luck and happiness Class Bas elball 2 Band KEISER MARTHA VIRGINIA MAR-rv General She smiles when she comes She smiles when she goes Bu! what she smiles about Nobody knous Marty has a wide circle of friends. but inclines toward young men with curly hair. She lilres to go to Pottsville. She expects to enter the Nurses Training School of the Allentown Hospital in September. Here s wishing her the lest of luck. Page Sixty-four ONIU S KELLER JOHN FRANKLIN DAVE College Entrance xn Arts Hrs basl!-ful mmd but retards lus good mlenl Dave IS on of those quiet good natured fellows whose wmnmg srrlle has made for hmm many frlends He s quxte a German enthuslast always workmg ahead of the rest cf the class When Dave concludes has education Penn State wlll turn out a forester who knows has trees KERSHNER WILLARD FRANKLIN WINK Com mercnal Wm rs small so s a shc of dynamrlc Although has scholastic standmg ns good Wink can never keep out of trouble He wants to be a bug business man and avold bookkeepers by domg the work himself Al though he was awarded the bookkeeping prxze ln has pumor ear he hasn t even started yet Good luck, Wink, we Y . know you ll succeed Blue Book, 4, Commerczal Club KELLER EDWARD Wllosls lndust nal fAuto Shopj The mghl wmd zs bummmg 'Vly engmes are hummmg Swlfl as a spar Ed ns a mechamc If you don t fmd hlm ln school you w1ll see hum drlvmg a bug moving van He likes night drlvmg We wnsh hum the best of luck Band KEMMERER HOWARD GORDON Kam Engineering and Science He zs and bemg beholds lns wor well done Loyalty good sportsmanship and a zest for hard work are three qualxtxes rarely found m one person but Kem has them all He ns loyal to hls school and supports all the athletlc teams Too lnght for the Varsxty he played two years of good clean football for his class Kem lxkesavla txon but engmeermg has the greatest attraction for him His friends one and all wlsh hlm the best of luck Class Football 2 3 6. Page Szxly five B ' LJ, ' A , ' ,. ' x . k' i , , . .. .k. I . .k f . D . . . 'U . D ag C ONIU S KILHEFNER LILLIAN MAE n. Commerclal Frzendshrp s golden cham Lm s here and there Some lm s are pearled Wllh beauty rare Lnl lS the embodiment of the gay things of llfe She IS good natured cheerful kmd and wlll always be remem bered as a faxthful and dependable friend We are sure that success will be hers KIPP JOSEPH Industrial fArch1tectural Draftmgj When he laughs the uorld laughs wzlh hrm Joe a fellow so full of laughter and mlrth that he makes almost any one laugh wlth hum IS learning the trade of Archltectural Drafting Hrs mam hobbies are hunting and fishmg and he does plenty of both We wlsh hlm all the luck ln the world and hope he gets to college Commerclal Behold there stands among us faxr A pretty gurl wxth soft blonde hanr And to thus Gretchen the gods dnd impart A flair nay a genius for beautiful Art'-l As tlme goes on and o1.r thoughts turn to sketchm We ll always remember our true little Gretchen And just as a doctor rrust know hxs anatomy Gretchen will go for xrcre art to the Academy KISTLER PAULI NE EVELYNE Pou.v Commercial Whoever IS popular deserves atlenllon Polly who expects to Joan the ranks of the Independent stenographers IS a happy go lucky pal She can swlm as well as dance and IS keen about football Her pleasing personality brmgs her many friends Among them she xs recognized as a good sport He re s luck Glrls Booster Club I 2 Curl Reserves I 2 Page Szxly sux . "L " Q k i . . k 1' I , "JOE" KIRCHMAN, CRETCHEN ELIZABETH "Kino:-ue" KLINE ARLINE IVIAY ARLINE True worth rs In bemg not seemmg ln domg each day that goes by Some lrltle good not rn dreamzng 0 great thmgs to do by and by Arlme IS one of the few people who is a joy every day. She doesn t seem to care for clubs much. but is Interested ln sports especially basketball and football. Although she doesn t take part ln any she enjoys seeing the games. She has taken the Commercial course as many others have, . f Il and here s hopmg she II be a successful stenog KLINE RENIA HELEN RENEE Her very frowns are arrer ar Than smiles o other mardens are Rema IS B but not D beautiful but not dumb Indeed she IS an A student Any boss who secures Rema w1II be Iucky She shuns the boys but she may change her mind Here s WISIIIDQ her health wealth and happiness Commercial Club Natzonal Honor Socrety Vice President junior Class CONIU S KLEIN LEWIS Law Industrial fMachlne Shop, Keep your face towards the sunshme And the shadous wzll fall behind If you have ever seen a boy smllmg broadly whlle stroll mg through the ccrrldors have you wondered who he 1s3 Ease your mmcl for It was probably Lew whose smile Irghts up hrs whole face and betrays hrs happy dlsposrtlon Lew although he looks Ilke a happy go lucky fellow IS really Interested nn has stl.cI1es and gets along well ln them ,A KLINE MARGARET ELIZABETH BOB Commerclal Twelve school years have gone through space And hers remains a pleasant ace Bob IS a girl that can tickle your palate and she can also just t1cIcIe your sen e of humor She always Iooks on the sunny side She IS fond of readmg good books and IS a real pal and good sport Her favonte hobby IS swnmmmg Wherever she goes she IS bound to have her share of fun and frollc Page Szxly seven CONIU S KLOTZ DOROTHY BEATRICE Do'r Commercxal I spea of her patzence of her calm 0 ller quiet faithfulness Dorothy hauled from one of our nelghbormg towns four years ago She seems very qulet but to those who know her well she has proved that stlll waters run deep Among Dot s favorite pastimes we Gnd she enjoys reading at tempts .v KNAUSS ERNEST ALLEN ERNIE Englneerlng and Science In action alth ul and In honor clear Ernie I8 a man of few words but when he has something to say It I8 worth hearlng He IS generally xn a good humor especially after that daily stroll wlth her Some day he hopes to be a successftl M D wxth lots of muslc on the slde Band 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 and Swlrnlnlng We wlsh her success lh everything she KNERR EMILY ALINE I I rest I rust Emily has made many friends durmg her hngh school career She takes a keen Interest nn school work and strives to rank hngh ln scholastxc studies Em IS never happy unless she 18 doing something Perhaps when she ns a nurse as she means to lie she will find plenty to keep her busy all the tlme Girls Booster Club 2 Ctrl Reserves 2 3 Musrcal Comedy l 2 3 Carman Club 3 Chorus 2 3 4 KOCH ESTHER E BLONDE Commercial And yonder srts a mazdcn The fazrest ofthe azr Wzth gold ln her garlrent glzlterzng As she combs her golden hazr Kochle may look qulet and derrure but sometimes looks may be decelvlng She IS a good sport and IS right on hand to have a good tnme We do not know what Kochle intends to do after her hugh school career but we feel sure that she wlll follow some domestic llne Page Sixty eight .. k I ' . ' H ' f . 15 ' .. . f . f , . l General .. f ' l - l - f . ' , . . Chorus Muszc Club Comrrcrcral Club Nalzonal Honor C CNIUS KOCHER DOROTHY I RENE Do'r Com merclal The sunshme rn her hear! Ma es you love her from lhe slarl Who ns that bnght lxttle semor that always stumes and has her homework3 ln case you don t know xt xt s Dot a black hanred brown eyed gurl wlth a sunny dlsposltlon Believe nt or not she :sn t a man hater and she does love partles Dot 18 strxvmg to be a secretary So heres wlshlng her the best of luck from her many friends Soclely KCI-ILER GRACE MIRIAM GRACE Commerc1al Never do today what you can pu! of llll tomorrow Grace has a sweet dxsposxtlon but my oh my how qunet' Her favorite pastime ns eatmg chocolate cake and candy She just loves to study but how she lnkes to put nf off untll the last mmute She hasn t decided what to do after leavlng school but shell decide and decide nght al lhc last mmulef KOMAN CAROLINE BETTY SHo'rsY Commercial The Sage knows what rs rn her but ma es no display A pretty and sociable gurl ns Shotsy Lehigh Community Park s contrlbutlon to our Hugh School Shotsy may not lead the honor roll but she certainly knows her shorthand Besxdes drlvmg an automobile her hobby 15 swxmmnng and she 15 a swimmer' She hopes to be a private secretary some day We wxsh her loads of luck Class Swxmmmg 2 KOPENHAVER JEANNE HELEN Kopvv General Her words are sweel her laughter gay eanne represents the gay thmgs of lnfe Her wmnmg smile and lovable qualxtles hold to her a host of fnends She regards study as an evll but a necessary evll so she always comes through with commendable marks eanne intends to be a teacher herself one of these days So here s to her success and luck Na1hPleda 3 4 Spanrsh Club 3 4 Chorus 3 4 Orchrs lra 2 3 Booslcr Club 2 Czrl Reserves 2 3 Page Sndy nm: lt . . . . ,. 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'J , CCCONIU S KRAMMES CHARLES WALTER CHARLIE lndustrlal flVlechan1cal Draftlngj You would for paradrse lrrea allli ard lrolh Charlne hopes to be a mechanical draftsman scme day He IS now taking a keen mterest ln this llne of work and hopes to contlnue thls after he graduates He IS a prom: nent member of the T uare Club a person of social prorrmence and good character T Square Club KRAUSE CAROLYN RUTH KRAUSIE General Youll! comes but once ln a llfelzme jolly Krausle has worked and played hard throughout the three years ln A H S Now she mtends to go mto nursmg ln a bug way at the Lankenau Hospital We extend to her our best wlshes Hoc ey 2 Chorus 3 4 Girl Reserves 3 4 KRAUSE KERMIT HARRISON Knmvur lndustrxal Chflechanlcal Drawmgj He who works fallllfully wzll succccd Kermit xs one of our mdustrlous boys ln the Nlechamcal Drafting Room Hrs hobbxes are drlvlng a car and attend mg parties but he must have a bodyguard of the fair sex Hrs falthful efforts wlll brmg hum success ln any venture Class Foolball 3 TSquarc Club l 2 1 KUDLA EDWARD JOSEPH Enom Commerclal Wcxsmuller here I come Eddle l8 one of our best mermen He keeps has legs ln shape by pedalllng hrs veloclpede to and from school Ed wants to be a bookkeeper or an accountant or a stenog rapher or what have youl Hls favorlte saymg IS Take a dive Watch your turns Eddie' Swzmmlng 2 3 4 Page Scvenly . .. . . -- kf - - -Sq , l .. .. . . , . I l I I - I I ' .. ,, . , . O I - CCIVIIUIS KUNKLE. ElVllVlAl..lNE EVELYN EMMY Retarl Selling Happiness 1Sflle essence o ll e Emmxe IS a qunet and StUOlOLS person much lxkecl and admlred She ns a member of the Hrst Retall Selhng class m the Allentown Hugh School As far as we know she has no ambntlon other than to be a good salesperson m one of our many fine stores Her hobbies are skatmg dancing and the talkles KUNKLE ROBERT CHARLES Bos Commerclal Oh Bobby dear and drd you hear The news tha! s going around? The gzfls all lal about you so Ancl say you are so browned at A Bob grew up after all to be a well mannered sociable chap He enjoys having a good time especnally when t e opposite sex IS at hand He IS qurte popular among hrs fellow classmates for he IS a crooner and can play a gultar KUNKLE RUSSELL ROTH Russ F ne Arts Farr han' laughter pep and Are wrles enough or any one Although Russell s cl eerful clsposxtlon IS one of hrs many assets luke most of us he appreciates a good hot argument Russ amcng strangers ns txmnd and shy blt when he s wlth friends rry how worzls fly Artistic' ust look at the CIYGWIDQS and he s so musxcal that he co1.ld be a one man band by himself Band 2 3 4 Orcheslra 2 KURJACK B JOSEPH BARNEY College Entrance nn Arts Oh I ve been up and down fsard he, and round abou! also 0" 'Q' I Barney has gone around the world so often he got dxzzy Hrs world wxde experience has mafle an excellent scholar out of hlm and a more excellent fellow to those who know hum Meet Barney and find out about the hugh spots of Europe Football 2 3 Page Stvenly-one . . . ,. 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Luck to you, Bob. 1 3 ,, 1 1 U ' I - v b fun, T1 y ' f - ' , ,. . . . . . . . : . , 3. 4. .. . , Q l VI .l CCGNIU S Commcrcual 2 3 KUSS GRACE MAE Kussuua General A day of toll an hour or sport But or a fruend life s all loo sluorl lntroducung Grace Kuss who wouldn t be Grace wuthout a smule a joke or a laugh Her only really bad habuts are laughung and tellung Jokes when she should be studyung luck un her kindergarten work Band 2 DeMolay LAMBERT RANCES MARGARET FANNY Household Arts Always ready ever sleody Who can as or moral' Fanny may be recognuzed through the halls as that tuny gurl wuth the bug smule At first glance she mught be taken for a quuet gurl but those who have been her close fruends through the school years have found her a dandy sport and a good student Fanny l'elueves that honors come by dulu gence and so she studues hard Her accuracy wull make her a safe duetutuan Page Seventy two KURTZ BEATRICE VIRGINIA Buss Commercual Are you always as tal aluve as this-5 A but of jolluty and merrument a sunny dusposutuon whole hearted comradeshup and hugh udeals sustauned through hugh school that us Beatruce Kurtz Bee us fond of football and us herself unterested un the more moderate type of sports Her Senuor year however duscovered to the school her most unusual dramatuc abuluty an abuluty demonstrated un class plays audutoruum plays Cuvuc Luttle Theatre tournament and finally un Peg o My Heart her guft to the unuor Class when at the last munute the Iunuor Peg was too ull to appear and our Bee flung herself unto the role wuth marvelous success LABOLD JACK JAMES Acuc General A pluysuczan 13 nolhung but a consoler of the mund Although jack us very fond of musuc hus one aspuratuon us to practuce meducs Whatever he attempts us generally successfully accomplushed so heres a toast un honor of .I Lalsold Doctor of Nleducs and Musuc f . Grace is a good sport always. Here is wishing her lots of It f - " COIVIIUIS LAUB CLYDE LAUB lndustrlal He travels fastest LLIIO tracels alone Laub IS a llkable and comlcal fellow He halls from Llmeport and IS a qulet and studlous boy The lndustnal Course has caught hls lnterest and he IS a very good ma chlnlst We are sure he wlll succeed ln whatever work he does durlng hls llfe LAUBACH LARUE ELIZABETH LARUE General I n IICY there dwells some ar o l0UC,l o greatness LaRue overcomes dlfhcultles be they trlvlal or lmpor tant Wlth a cheery word and a pleasant smlle Nloun talnous obstacles may rlse before but LaRue marches merrlly over them And when we meet her agaln dressed ln her crlsp whlte unlform she ll be busy taklng some poor soul s pulse and temperature Glrl Reserves 4 German Club 4 LAUBACH RALPH EDWIN RALPH Commerclal Curly llalr 13 an asset llS sald Ralph 18 another asplrant to a buslness career He has learned the fundamentals of buslness at good old A H S and IS now g0lng out on hls own lnltlatlve lnto the cruel world Well best of luck to you Ralph Commerclal Club 3 Blue Boo LAWALL GLADYS ARLINE Blucls General The radiant entlty of her belng Every one has at least one dlstlnctlon but Blllle as three smlles personallty and slncerlty Her sweet IS posltlon accounts for her many frlends throughout the school and she wouldn t mlss a dance or any soclal event of our Alma Mater not she' Blllle lntends to go to Temple Unlverslty to become a chlropodlst Glrl Reserves 4 Nath Pleda 3 4 MUSICGI Comedy 3 Page Seventy three ONIU S LEHR BERNICE ESTHER Bourne General grace ul acls and a fh0U5GYlLl zlecencres do daxlyflow rom all her words and achons Every one knows Bernice for her unreserved soclabllxty she s never too busy to call a cheery hello or to chat with her many frlends An mtelllgent and true leader she knows the lesson of humlllty servlce to others Her lnterest I8 centered ln dramatxcs and she wxll be not only a fine dramatlst but a gallant compamon to her fellow Play 3 LENTZ ROBERT E BOB Sclence and Englneermg Crrlsl Opporlumly knocks lzul once Bob IS one of the most llkable boys ln school He ns not only a good student but a great athlete He plays guard on the water polo team and played on our class football team All his friends luke hum So would you lf you knew lm actors on the stage and lh lnfe Nmh Pledn 3 4 Presulenl Girl Reserve Council 4 Class LEVENSON HAROLD SAMUEL OscAn Englneerlng and Science You are an alchemist make gold o llml As super sclentxst and scholar Harold has few superiors Nor rs hls abxllty confined to scxence and scholarship Harold has been a member of the band for the last two years Combined wxth these talents he has a cheerful dlsposxtxon which makes hlm the friend of all he meets Band 3 4 LEV I NE ROSE Rosy Commercial I could tell you somellung 1 l only chose Bu! wlml s llze use o lellmg what everybody knows9 Nlerrlly doth she walk through the halls gay petlte Rosy to whom all llfe I8 love but swlmmmg ns anathema Thus httle mass loves to dance and how she can trlp the lnght fantastic The busmess world IS astxr with the prospect of havmg a stenographer luke Rosy rn nts midst Page Seventy four I f . h' .' ' German Club: Hi-Y Club. .. . : f ., I . .f v- U f ' . CONIU S LEVY MURIEL INEZ Murusn. General There s a magic m the drslance where sealme meets lhe 3 y And this IS Muriel a smallnsh Tltlan haired gurl who slngs ack Benny s Here We Are Again and knows only half the words but she plays Chopin s Second Somelhmg Or Other wlth amazing ease and skill She has all the mak lngs of a true artist except the unstable temperament Please Murnel don t acquire lt elther we like you as you are LEWIS RUTH Ruov Commercxal And she sand rl and she mean! rl And she acled as she said Rudy IS a good sport ln everythmg she does Wnth her sunny dxsposltnon and her art of making friends she IS sure to get what she wants You know Rudy there IS lots of truth lh the old saylng Better late than never Class Bas elball 2 3 Booster Club I LIEBFRMAN MARGARET MARY PEG General Hear! on her lzps and soul wllhm her eyes Thxs but of femmmlty upon which you gaze IS a representa tlve member of our class Peg has been our dlllgent and actlve secretary for two years and ns wnthal so wlnsome and cheerful that she has won a host of frlends She never allows studies to mterfere wlth social affanrs ln spate of her love of talking and chewmg gum Peg mtends to become a school teacher Good luck Peg' Secretary 3 4 LITZENBERGER ALBERT EDWIN Lnzv Commercial A lullle slzck o dynamzfe Albert I8 a boy of very fine traxts He takes an Interest ln any work and achieves wonderful results He has a hearty greeting for all has frlends and enjoys takmg part ln their pranks Albert I8 a very fine fellow and we all wish hum success Page Seventy five l k . 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I ', - k . . : . . bl Soft as her dime., and sunny as her skies." f ' .fat C1rlReservex 2 3 4 French Club 3 4 Booster Club 2 3 CONIUIS LONG ELIZABETH MARR Homav General Haste ma es waste and scujcd shoes Elizabeth Marr Long Honey to you is a bit of wmsome ness compounded of complex moods Honey enjoys tripping a light fantastic and never misses a social affair presented by her Alma Mater Some day Miss Long will be a capable young nurse at one of the large New York hospitals Your thermometer shows heart action Honey 4 Chorus 2 LONG GRACE ELIZABETH LONCY Commercial A ready wit and ran replies Seldom does one find Longy neither laughing nor telling a Joke for she is a jolly good natured pal She seems to do a lot of worrying about a certain Bill that must be overdue Longy expects to enter the business world and some day and success in her business career Chorus LONG PAULI NE DOROTHY PoL1.v General Bright as the sun her eyes the gazers str: e And like the sun they shine on all all e Polly of the sunny disposition and the cheerful smile studies too and is worthy of the good grades she receives She is a good sport and some day we hope she will fulfill her cherished ambition and be a trained nurse LONG WARREN EUGENE Lowcv Engineering and Science Only idle weeds are fast in growth Longy is short of stature but a mental Goliath He has the combined qualities of a scientist and a mathema ticlan His friends expect him some day to break up an atom or discover a new element The rattle of test tubes is sweet music to his ears Philatelic Society 2 Class Treasurer 3 4 Page Seventy six in k .H .J nl . f k . -In may hang out her own shingle. We wish her happiness . ' . k- COIVIIUI S LYNCH WILLIAM ARTHUR Bru. Engineering and Sclence He swung at the ball wzth has paddle and danced wrth glee on the cor B1II s a good fellow a fellow wxllmg to work hard for what he sets out for always to be depended on for makmg socxal functions a success chalrman of many committees and best of all always has a good word for you Chorus 2 MACK BERNARD FENTCN BIRNEY C ommerclal A fne character 15 worth more than great wealth It opens the door to all hearts Bernard Mack IS a true companlon a pal to all those who know hlm and a potentlal frlend to all strangers who meet hlm Hls clear manly ways glve h1m always a pop ular followmg But that IS to be expected from a l:oy of hls character and mtegrlty Hls hobby hes ln sports especlally acrobatlcs Gym Team 3 MARCHETTO VIOLA PAULINE Lol.m. C ommerclal I n whose orbs a shadow lies Behold this falr young damsel blessed wxth bug black eyes and a charming personalxty Her frxendly ways have won her a host of friends among boys and gurls Lolee s chlef ambltlon IS to become an accomplished plamst She thmks the only way to achieve this ambltlon IS through hard work so she gets up every mornmg at 5 45 to practice Chorus Booster Club MARTIN JOHN MICHAEL PEPPER Commercial Careless philosopher the rst to laugh thc last to complain Pepper s Infectious smlle lights up the halls his laugh IS the key to his populanty John acquitted himself nobly on our class basketball team An active booster of school actlvltles a real pal and just the fellow for your baseball team John 18 bound to get there Good luck lad Class Basketball 3 4 Page Seventy seven fl 1 "Maiden with the meek brown eyes, BIVIIUIS MATTHEWS EDITH KATHRYN EDIE College Entrance ln Arts When night hath set her silvery lamps on high Then IX the time for study Edith 18 blessed wlth a quiet and cheerful dlspcsltlon Seeklng knowle ge seems to be her great Joy and we sln cerely belleve that she wlll go far There IS that ln her eyes that proml es accompllshment Booster Club 2 Nalh Pleda 3 4 MCCRACKEN RALPH EARL MAC Englneerlng and SCICDCC There yet may be peril but no man IS able To learn how to swim on a library table Mac a happy go lucky fellow can be found at almost any tlme of the day arguing wlth hls mathematlcs teacher lf not dolng this he 18 sure to be found among a group of glrls His favorite pastimes are swlmmlng and thlnklng up wlsecracks Mac expects to CODIIDUB hls school career at Muhlenberg College Swimming 2 H1 Y 2 3 4 McFADDEN EUGENE Mac Commercial Beyond hrs form we saw the blllows rave Mac curly headed Irishman IS one of our best mermen Hls halr IS parted on the slde for less wind reslstance His membership lh the Y M C A has galned hlm many frlends Mac does not intend to remaln lndoors lh the future for he IS gOlng to enllst ln the Navy Watch out for mermalds Mac Band 2 3'Swimmingl2 3 4. MCKEEVER MADELEINE DOROTHEA Doltv' Retail Selling Her roseate color comes and goes With such a comely grace More ruddier too, than doth the rose Within her lively face. If there is anything Dolly dislikes to do it is to study. Quick-witted and clever she nevertheless always gets along very well in school. She is very sincere and no task IS too great where it is to be done for a friend. Page Seventy-eight CUIVIIUI S MCMASTER HARRY DOUGLAS Scor-rv Engmeermg and Science Scolly works the crossword puzzles up and daun so he doesn l haue lo come across Dxd you ever see that studlous lookmg chap walklng down the halls and carrylng a lot of books under hxs arms3 That was Scotty McMaster You may not lselleve lt but he llkes sciences and math batter than he likes gurls He intends to study at Lehxgh Hell llke lt and Lehigh will like hum MELICK ARTHUR RUNYON SHOKTY Engineering and Science Dear ladzes A watchman s par! compels my hcarl To eep you o :ts beat Shorty IS one of those fellows who though vanquished can argue stlll He stands Just so hugh but he s full of sport and fnght He llkeS the gurls but his bashfulness spoils hls good nntentlons Wnth has credlts ln has Science and Engmeermg course Shorty hopes to enter Wxllnamson Trade School to take up a cours nn mechanlcs MELLNER SARA Cuucxnz Cene ral For rf she wzll she will you may depend on! And rf she won! she won t so there s an end on I just the person to take your troubles to IS this slender blue eyed glrl Chuclcle Her advlce to every one IS Don t worry You ll get old too qulclclyl However Sara IS serlous occasionally especially when lt concerns French Sara has not declded what her lnfe work will be but here s hoping her llfe wlll be jus! a Bowl of Chernes Orchestra 2 3 4 Le Cercle Francais 4 MELLNER SYLVIA ANNE Svx. General 0 spzrxl re anddew Thls fair maxd s Interests are several profession dra matics social dancing personal tennis players partlcu larly She intends to be a second Marlene Dnetnch a third Nazlmova and Ethel Barrymores most dangerous rlval Here s looking at you Broadway' Naxh Pleda 2 Dramalzc Socrely 2 3 4 Canary 4 Camus 4 Page Seventy mne 'Qin 'S' "IZ" DNIUIS MERTZ ARTHUR ROBERT Aru- Industrial Tha! sure ooled mind s unfallermg s ill Art is of the more quiet students at A H S But when he hears a good Joke he is always ready to let out his barrel of noise Arthur is an Architectural Draftsman ln spite of his quietness you will find Art a likable chap and wherever there is fun you will Hnd him T 'square Club MERTZ GEORGE HENRY TINY Industrial CArch1tectural Drafting, Love em' and leave em' Tiny is one of those fellows who are always looking for a new way of loafmg or dodging work Tiny s favorite pas times are sleeping and art worlf the latter of course feeling strongly the effects of the former George is also an active member of the T uare Club T Square C lub METZGER MARY AMANDA Tmv' 'Of all the arls lhe eyes express, The swcelcsl ind is bash ulness. ' METZGER LOUISE SARA Mrrzi General She casts a spell oh casls a spell' Which haunls me more than I can lell A laugh a giggle and Mitzi and an assured good time' Bright and winning and yes studious you may depend upon her always for she never shirks a duty Her many friends agree that she will reach whatever goal she sets for herself Naih Pleda. Even though Mary seems to be shy, girls, be on your guard. Short boys are lVlary's preference. ln spite of this predominant interest, she finds time to study. and as a result she has made a good record for herself. Chorus, 2. Page Eighty CONIUIS IVIETZLER GRACE IDA BLONDIE Commercial The mules! manner and gcnllcsl hcarl Sels this maiden quzlc aparl Here s a mxss endowed wxth Hue eyes lnght halr and a sunny dlsposntnon She tells us her mam hobhy ns eatmg but one can never tell Any one m need of a typxst should call on Mlss Grace for that s her one dellght May that smnle carry you far Grace and llfe treat you lundly MICKLEY CARL MARTYN Mlcx lndustrlal CMechanlcal Draftmgl He can draw you anylhzng a brealh a salary a caslle' Mick IS one of the chief pencll pushers ln the draftmg room Although he llkes the falr sex he IS also very fond an ambxtxon l-le played an active part ln the T Square Club T Square Club I 2 3 MILLER ADELINE MARION Snooxv Commercial Favors to none lo all she smzlcs 0 t she regrels but ncner once ojends Wherever Adeline IS one IS sure to have a good time Her bright and wlnnmg personality has won her many friends during her three years at Hugh School IVlay llfe be kmd to her IS the wlsh of her friends here MILLER ALVERTA MAE Venus General Cheerful company shorlcns the males Alverta wxll be one more nurse for the class of 33 We are sure she wnII be as patxent and lovmz m her future work as her rrany frnends End her ln schocl llfe She IS the tall brown eyezl lass with the volce that IS ever soft and gentle Page Erghly one ! , ,- , . . . 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CONIU S MILLER CAROLYN FRANCES MILLER Commerclal Happiness is a dwme gl l xl rs lhe lresl o human possesszons Dad I hear some one say You llly' Well It must be Muller for that IS her favorxte expression Though Mlller xs a good student she enjoys wrt and humor lmmensely Her wmnmg ways will always llve m the hearts of those who know her MILLER CATHERINE HELEN MARY KITTY Commercial Good humor only teaches charms to lasl Kitty has a smlle for every one and her sunny dlSPOSl tlon has won her many frlends l:ut that s not all for she IS quite an lndustnous worker Her favorite pastime IS swlmmmg Kitty expects to work ln an office but we doubt this for already gentlemen prefer blondes Commercial Club Nallonal Honor Socrely 4 MILLER DONALD C-RUVER DON General I go I go look how I go Sw: ter than an arrow rom llu: Tarlar s bow MILLER CENEVIEVE KATHLEEN JENNY Commercial Has she scores of lovers Heaps a lzlcedzng beauxl That queslzon s quzle superfluous As everybody knows Dashln madl throu h the halls after l Lean strong and swlft a typlcal mller Don IS qu1et and reserved but he IS always ready for a good laugh and just as able to create one He llkes athletics and IS espe cially good m track work He plugs steadily away at whatever he xs doing Maralhon Team 2 Football 3 Trac 3 Class Bas el ball 4 8 Y g unch m quest of some certain person runs our little frnend Jenny She likes to study sometimes but when pleasure mterferes with education -exlt Education' Her spare txme IS spent as an usher at one of the theatres Baskelball 2 Page Ezghly Iwo . . .... . .f .. f , . , . , , , - . . - . . . . 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ONIUIS MILLER JOHN CASSEL JACK Engmeerm an.l ScIence Pollleness cosls lzlllc and ylelds much ack s Irresxstlble personaIIty has endeared hlm to every body Glrls are not without their charm for hIm although he occasIonalIy professes a profound Indlflerence ack IS an ardent supporter of socIaI and sport aCtlVltlCS After gra:luatIon he hopes to enter Annapolls and we expect great thmgs from hlm In nautlcal and aeronautical matters Plulalelzc Soclely 2 3 MI NICH I-IFNRY SYLVESTER General Pefsonalrly 13 a grfl dwme None nows Il none can Il defne us! be llum ul If ll be llune Hart small popular happy go lucky cuts a Wlde swath among the Iadles He IS an ace In plng pong play mg If he would only spend hIs tlme lh studynng Instead of In playmg pranks there IS nothlng he could not do Band Class Baskelball 2 3 4 MILLER JAMES PETER BEN General The clock I5 wound and ready lo slr: c James lVlIller has just Iexsurely completed the general course Ben durmg hIs strolls through our Alma Mater s halls has made many frIends who I am sure wlll long remember hIm Although he has not dIsclose:l hIs plans for the future we are sure that he wlll In good tnme and we hope hell meet Lady Luck as he strolls along through I e Class Bas elball 2 Spanzsll Club 4 M MILLER J KENNETH KENNY EngIneerIng and SCIENCE ln lum alone lwas natural to please Ken has a heartemng cheer and a good nature that wIII make the :omg easner for all hIs aSSOClateS at home or In busmess HIS keen and Intelllgent Interest In SCIEDCC opens several doors to hIm teachlng medIcIne dentIstry Through one of these he wIll step But no matter whIch he chooses he wIlI take wIth hIm a pleasure In musxc a resource for Ins own ICISUYC hours a source of pleasure to others HIS classmates feel that Allentown wants such men Stay In Allentown Kenny' Band 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 The Clubbe 4 Nallonal Honor Soczely 4 Varszly Debalmg 4 I-IA RT I Page Ezghly lhree I'f . I . U 7 . A 'I . -' - . . - I '. - 'fx ' "Whalc'er he did was done wilh so much ease L , , J ' , . U. ' I , , k ' . . . ,. uv J kj . - CQNIU S MINNER MIRIAM BIGONY MIM General Mlrth IS the medlclne 0 ll e lt cures its llls and calms lls Slfl e Thls young lady can always be heard as she strolls through the halls shoutlng a cheery H1 ya to every one Mlm has lent her sweet VOICE to the A H S trlo Although she dellghts ln fun she never forgets her school work She always wears a broad smlle whlch deepens a blt as she nears Robesonla Muslc Club 3 4 MOHR KENNETH HARVIN KEN General Slncerlty IS the great vlvtue If slncerlty IS a vlrtue Ken certalnly 18 vlrtuous for sln cerlty has marked hls career durmg the three years of his hugh school llfe Whatever Ken has done he has put hls whole heart and soul lnto and that IS the reason for hls success and for our falth Trac 3 Chorus 2 3 4 Na1hPledaDebat1ngSoc1ety 3 4 CSharp 'Hum-.. TUB MOORE LEWIS DIERUFF LEWIE Englneerlng and Sclence I n hlm Bram currents near and ar Converge as ln a Leyden jar A most lnterestlng person IS our frlend Lewls whether he IS carrymg current news by day llstenlng to radlo current by nlght or stuclylng electrlcal currents any tlme If the government only knew Lewle s penchant for currents they would clrculate hlm for a new klnd of currency He I5 small ln stature and chary of words but thls last charac terlzes all men of bralns H1 Y Club 4 MORDAUNT FRANCES FERN FANNIE Commercial She lowers above all others L1 e the pme tree on a helght ln every way Frances has proved herself a true frlend but as far as studles are concerned well they just don t bother her Does thls baby glve knocks3 Oh no' She walks rlght ln All joklng aside Fannle IS one of the most loyal A H S supporters We know that whatever fleld she enters she wlll succeed Page Elghty four k,. .. . .li ,,H f C QNIUIS MOYER EARL HENRY Bun Commercial Fleet of fool and flee! o mmd Earl IS another would be sailor who asplres to reach Annapohs Hes popular wlth every one especially the glrls He does a lot of runnmg around during track prac tlce He can be heard all over the class when he lets out one of has peculiar laughs for which he has a mama Tac 2 3 4 MOYER RUSSELL GECRGE Russ Commerclal No legacy rs so ncll as honesly Russ ns a very nlce sort of chap to know He loves to work for hls school His future IS also well planned he intends to be a bug busmessman ln some bug busmess house Concerning athletics little IS known of him but we do know that he IS very tlmld nn gym class But honest as the day IS long' Commerczal Club MUSHKE MABEL KATHERINE Mums General Tease 1 f you can llus haler o men Exlrausled you II fall by the way Mab s friendly smlle her rare knack of acqulnng friends MOYER VIOLA EDITH VIM General Whole mmes of diamonds slime rn llune eyes Eid you ever see her eyes? They re bxg and brown and the secret hldlng places of sprlghtly elves that sometimes tell secrets Two natures are hers the dreamy one of a poet and the excess energy of a real hve glrl wlth red halr She s my fnend your frlend and everyhody s friend A H1 ya and a laugh announce Vlm ln other words she s the Personallty gurl with a capital P her gnft of being an mterestmg talker are to be envied Although pleasure I8 Included In her dally schedule she doesnt forget about school work' Mabs hasnt raved about the opposite sex but we re sure she s holding back on us She plans to become a nurse and we know that none of her patients will want to leave the world she IB ln Curl Reserves 2 3 4 Cerman Club Page Elglllyfvt . .. f . ., . . r lf. . . - . . . . . . AA . 1 1 1 0 9' ' . f v ' , ll vt 4 , f' ll n 1 A . V . . . . - . CONIU S "WW NEHF HAROLD DANIEL Nanrv General Poor women good bye Nehfy IS one of those unobstrusxve fellows who never seems to know or care about any one else s busmess but hrs own Hrs modesty rs accompanned by another traut he rs extremely gurl shy Thus xs strange for he IS well bullt about Fnve feet sux mches tall and not unhandsome He mtends to capture a B S degree at Muhlenberg College NEIMAN FRANK CARROLL FR,-.Nx General My way rs lo begin wlllr the begmnmg It seems too bad that thxs good looking blond should some day waste hns talents worklng over people who can not apprecxate hum Frank as planning to be an under taker He has been a good student all through hugh school His favorite subject IS chemistry Here s luck to hum ln hrs well shall we say undertakings NACLE PAUL ALFRED Cowaov lndustrlal Hold er New! she s a rearzn Mr Nagle otherwise known as the lonescme cowboy from East Texas believes that opportunlty knocks Lut once and he s standing at the door waxtmg for It He s a natural born broncho buster but the only things he ever busted were his nose and a bxcycle Well Cowboy don t let opportunxty get the best of you l.. NEIDLINGER ALICE LOUISE Grccuzs Commerclal Not that I love study less Bu! tha! I love fun more Well look' Everybody get ready for a good time Giggles IS coming Nothmg rs slow when she s around The only tlme she ns serxous ns when she s poundmg a type wrlter or wrltlng shorthand The buslness man who wlll employ her as a secretary will surely be lucky Success to you Glgles Chorus Commercial Club Page Erglrly :rx , ,jg M , . -- H f Y -. v - - . 1 ,- - , , . . . . , . . , - . r E .. H v .4 H , - ' - , . . . , ' ' - . ' - , . H ,- H -' . . . . , . , . w .. H . .1 . . . . . ,- . 1 . C ONIU S NELLIS SARAH WINIFRED Bmxv General She s as pretty as a pzclure and as brrght as mercury Fluck pugnacxty and pep Bmky Her pranks and senseless prattle have endeared her to all Grownups are not the only ones who love her children love her too We are sure she wlll make a good kindergarten teacher Here s best of luck to our Bmky NEUBERT BERTHA GRIM BER-r Fxne Arts Sweet Elysian muszc the chorus of the planets ows at her touch Who has ever seen Bert when she wasn tsmxlmg talklng or releasnng her famous g1ggle3 At socxal affaxrs her pop ularxty IS a proverb She can play almost any Instrument too Her cheerful dlsposltlon smnllng countenance and wmsome ways are certam to bring her smlllng through Orchestra 2 3 4 Band 2 Nath Pleda 2 3 4 Dramatzc NICHOLAS ELEANCR AMELIA ELEANOR General Zealous yet modest mnocent though free ln every way Eleanor has proved herself a true friend Her brnght and wmnmg personalxty has won her many admirers Blondes of the opposite sex attract her and here IS a tnp to any xnterested person Eleanor can sew cook and keep house Best washes NOLL RICHARD GEORGE Drcx lndustrxal qpflhtlhg, A master a an mdrspensable art Dick s a happy carefree sort of person always wears a smile and IS constantly at hand to doa favor He IS somewhat of a trap drummer and some day plans to joan a bug jazz band and run a prmt shop on the side That gripes me plenty I8 hrs favorite say so Band 3 4 Class Basketball 2 Page Ezghty seven l l Society, 35 G-Sharp'Music Club. 3. l l ' J K Pi . . of f 4' f Q u ." CCONIU S NONNEMACHER GEORGE LOUIS Bucs lnclustrlal mrghl have come mrghl hare seen mrght hare conquered r Bugs IS a lzlg studxous energctxc sport lovmg semor He rs often called the Wxndbox of the Lrafts George rntends to l:ecorre one of the best structural drafterren of tomorrow He also means to make a brg attack on the engmeermg world Hrs success rn school lrle asstrcs us of hrs success nn the future Good luck Bugs NONNEMAKER NEVIN REVERE Wmrrra Engmeerrng and Scrence He was ready always lo hrea the pale o hrs country s enemy Whitey a carrot topped youth IS a studrous chap yet strll has trme for mces ant pranks He rs a hrt with the gurls natal ly Sophomores Athletrcally mclmed hrs mam amhxtron of the moment rs to be a gym teacher Foollzall 2 3 Bas elball 2 3 4 Trac 2 Baseball 3 NOSAL JC SEP H LCU IS SCHNOZZLE General Could I lxul catch rl or them Scl'nozzle IS one of our baseball heroes When he gets out on the Held hrs pals on the stand send L f a cl'ecr which can be heard for leagues He rs another one of the athletes who shmes out not only on the field but rn the classroom Baseball 2 3 4 Foolball 3 OC HS MILTON GEORGE Mun General They laugh that wrn Mllt s greatest fault IS blockmg traffic rn the corridors Hrs appointment as ambassador to Spam depends upon hrs passmg Spanrsh When he doesn t know what to do he tosses a corn rf rt s heads movies rf lt s tarlsgdancmg rf rt stands on end study Luck to you Malt' Foollhall 3 Swimming 4 Page F rghty-erghl COIVIIU S ORSOLICS WILLIAM FRANK I-Ionsna General Smzlzng at trouble he struggles To gam what seems the moon Smllmg at the world I-lorsxe travels hls doubtful path through llfe Hrs cheerful countenance reflects the happy carefree exlstence he leads and though he does not clalm to be excesslvely l:r1ll1ant he manages to be fairly mtelln gent I-lorsxe xs also Interested ln avlatlon and expects some day to travel along sky lanes Hutch your wagon to a star I-lorsle Football 2 PACKER LAURA ISABELLE LAURABELLE General Were sl1e perfect one mzgllt admzre her more but love her less A smlle a giggle a but of chatter and a new boy friend that s Laura Varnety IS her by word Amerlcan or Cana chan preferred3 A good student she nevertheless occupxes a front seat at all social functxons and athletnc actlvltles Her dally occupation IS laughmg When Laura takes up nursing next year her happy go lucky dlsposltxon wxll be as good as medlcme for any pauent And keen' Na1l1Pleda 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 The Clubbe 2 3 4 Booster Club 2 3 4 Muszc Club 3 German Club 4 Can ary and Blue 4 Blue Book 4 Camus Nalmnal Honor So- czely 4 O DONNELL ROSE MARIE Ross General Lzfe tuthout laughter IS a dreary blank A laugh a Hy a a glrl wxthout books that IS apt to be Rose She s better known as one of the hugh school mer maids and hopes to swlm her way to Olympic stardom Worrxes wxll never turn her locks gray nor wlll stuclymg for that matter for she learns so easily she does not have to study A Jolly good gurl who will take lnfe as xt comes Laugh away Rose and the world wlll laugh wxth you Swimming 2 3 Booster Club 2 3 Nalronal Honor Saczety 4 CSMUN CARCLYN Ossua Commercial All good pleasures would come ber way Cssle IS a happy carefree glrl with a smnle for every one She stands five feet sxx mches has green eyes and brown curly halr Her hobby IS reading give her a bool: and she IS dead to the world She lzelleves m havmg her fun ln the evening and worrymg about her homework ln the morning Keep smllmg Ossle and youll be sure to get what you want Page Ezghly nme . .. .. . 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' . . , : . . . : . . . : . . . : . : . : - . : . : I CONIUIS PALLADINO MARIAN Pox.i.Y Commercial Better lale than never Bu! better never lale Contrary3 No not much Wm an argument from heri Impossible Excuses and alibis are her specialty quickly made to order Simply loves to keep people waiting Takes a home study course on Correct Methods of Slap ping Others then practices during school hours That s Polly for you but you cannot help liking her immensely when she looks at you with those big brown innocent eyes PARM ET JOSEPH E Engineering and Science He s short in slalure but he casts a long shadow Why didn t they insist on ev1dence3 In every class oe reiterates this question Evidence evidence insists joe He 18 a realist' That he is a student we need no other evidence than his daily performances Testimony seems to indicate that Joe is headed straight for law but he says he intends to enter the field of science Well science is all evidence oe you ll like it The Clubbe 2 3 4 ccrcnce Club 2 3 4 German Club 4 Nalzonal Honor Society 4 Class Play 3 PARNELL EMILIE MARY EMILIE College Entrance in Arts Oh call It by some beller name For rzendship sounds loo cold Emilie medallist in friendship IS willing to help a friend always Her winning personality has captivated many hearts Although Emilie attends all social functions she finds time for her studies We may soon hear of this dark eyed lassie as a teacher of Liberal Arts Best o luck Emilie' Boosler Club 2' The Clubbe' Le Cercle Francais. PARSONS BETTY LENORE Bs-r-rv General ' Never sorrow ul never sad Behold a girl who is always glad. Betty is an impersonation of the light joyous things of life. Her winning personality and bright smiles have Erought her many friends. She has been known to study but when education interferes with pleasure exit educa- tion! We don t know what Betty intends to do some day but whatever it may be, here s happiness and success. Girl Reserves 3 4. Page Ninrly CONIUIS PAULES KERMIT SPUNT lndustrlal fElectnc Shopj And the second slro e he slruck that day We though! that we would die Behold the champxon soda Jerker who can Jerk sodas llke nobody s busmess He can also play football and was a knockout on the class team last year And IS he a wizard ln electrnc' Well we don t know what he will be a soda Jerker or an electrician but here s wlshmg hum luck' Class Football 2 PEARLMAN NETTIE NEDS Commercial As you wha! her age rs rec oned as lzme goes3 just lhe age o beauly as everybody nou,s Neds can t make up her mmd what she would rather do 'nsten to a good orchestra or dance to lts musnc Besxdes dancing and drlvxng Neds specuallzes nn snghmg Oh my' Although this charming lass would like to become another Bernhardt she expects to matnculate at Cedar Crest where she wlll major m a secretanal course PEARSON MARY HELEN HELEN College Entrance ln Arts My great delight rn you ll ls up My heart as lo a shrine Even the hardest of hearts on gazmg at th1s charming Southerner lS attracted by her beauty and her VlVld mag netlc personallty She has poise culture Intelligence wut Her sweet aloofness attracts many frlends Deep lnende one Ends the real Helen tender true warm hearted endowed wlth lrterary dramatxc and musrcal ablhty French Club Nalzonal Honor Soczety Chorus Canary 4 Camus 4 The Clubbe 4 PERSING WILLIAM ALLEN Blu. Com mercnal Wzth a bram fha! works jus! luke a mrll Wrlh pockets lhal he will no doubt fl! We wonder wha! the world will do untrl Hrs drploma I5 handed lo Dear Fnend Bull When Bull left Shamokln Hugh to matruculate at dear old Allen Hugh the coal region lost one of nts best students He IS good looking and has a forceful personallty Bull has the faculty of making every one like hum Come on everybody and gave the boy a bug hand Page Nxnely-one OIVIIU S PETERS EARL Ps-rs Engineering and Science To Earl praises are a spur to virtue Bu! fallcrzes are a sublle poison Peters tall and handsome IS one of those persons that doesn t know that girls exist He intends to be a radio expert Peters is also a scout and believe me he s not a tenderfoot We hope to hear big things from Pete by may of the air routes PETERS FRANCES RUTH College Entrance in Arts FANNY Sludlous o ease and ond of humble things How true of Frances' Many possibilities do await this curly haired little girl with her happy personality Ambi tnous and studious Frances intends to enter West Chester to prepare for teaching Her favorite pastimes are reading and playing the piano Although she is quiet of her it Le Cerclc Fr ancazs PETERS MARGARET HELEN MARGARET Commercial A silent tongue and a lrue hear! are the most admirable things an earth PETERS RUSSELL WOODROW PETE Industrial A cheery thought a smile or lwo For Pele s a good spar! through and through Pete stands up to about hve feet five inches and he Rather quiet always dependable heart and soul inter ested in her school work that is Margaret She is a frlend to all her classmates and we know she will be a joy to her future associates Cerman Club knows his stuff when it comes to playing jazz He is always grinning and chewing a wad of gum always has a snappy comeback when you ask him something and is always ready to do you a favor His favorite saying is That puts a crimp in my style Heres wishing you lots of luck in the business world Band 2 3 4 Page Nmcly Iwo Y I s 4 .Il , might well be said that she never loses a friend., C ONIUIS PEZOLDT ADOLFH S PEZZIE Englneermg and Sclence Nzght after mght He sat and blurred hxs eyes with boo s Here IS our good natured Pezzle the Tntlan blonde whose corpulent frame lS an almost mdlspensable part of our corrldors But for all hrs equanlmxty Pezzle relterates loud and long hls one complamt whnch vmdncates hls anger has name has been rendered ln so many ways that at present Pezzxe scarcely recogmzes xts correct pronuncna tlon or spellmg Homo Ecce' POPKIN SYDNEY MORRIS PoP Commercial He raised hrs gusty vozcc ln croon Pop belleves m studymg not too much Every ques tlon brought up he answers Pop IS an excellent lmltator of Al olson lh his favorite song Mummy He practices hrs songs ln classes and should nn time beat Bmg Crosby and Russ Columbo He ns mterested m bookkeeping and always has his work done The man who smgs at hrs work tra la you know PETERS WILBFRT SAMUEL Snonrv Engmeerlng and Science Well run Thrsbe Wxlbert who was once called Shorty but now Pete I3 at once the smallest fellow with the broadest mmd on the track team Pete ns llked not only because he lets you copy h1s homeworlf btt because he IS a great little pal We re all wnshmg you success and a few more Inches Pete Track 3 4 PHlLLlPS ESTHER LOUELLA Mrrzx Household Arts Never tells you what to do' Neuer as s you what to do' ual a s mny real good rxend Mxtzl ns liked by all her classmates Her biggest thrill ns dancmg She enjoys sports and If she had tnme would take an active part ln them She expects to be a dletltlan after a few more years of trammg Her personality and oetcrmmatlon will bnng her great success Household Arts Club 3 4 Page N mety three A 1 . - k." 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Hi-Y Club. 4. .eff ' J k. j. l N C ONIU S H PORTZ PHILIP R FLIP Engmeerlng and Sc1ence A good worker a hard worker and a jolly good cllow Who IS that llttle light haxred chap slamming hls locker door agam3 Oh yes that s Flip all nght But besldes being able to slam has locker door he can be studlous espe cnally before a test Phil mtends to become a mechanical engineer Here s wxshmg hum lots of success Orchestra 3 4 PRICE CHRISTINE ELINCR TEENU: Commerclal And Chrrslmc smgs rn her hear! maybe and welcomes the whole world ln Teeme IS a sweet blue eyed gurl who expects to l'e a nurse some day We plty the patlents for after one look at her the patlent will want to he under her care perma nently Her ready smlle and happy dlsposntxon have won her many friends ln school and out We hope that she wxll PUMMER VIOLA IRMA PUM Commercial Gallant body and eager lzram And the lure of youlh IN your smrle Viola I8 one of the taller urls who race the halls of our PRUTZMAN ROBERT LOUIS Bos College Entrance In Arts There rs only one proo o alullly aclxon Bob IS the kmd of a fellow every club wants but the Adelphxans were the lucky ones He ns working day and mght to make the debatxng socxety bugger and better Hls keen Interest m a subject makes hlm the teacher s delight Adelphzan Dcbalmg Soczely 3 4 The Clubbe 3 4 Hz Y Club 3 4 Blue Boo 4 g g dear Old Hugh but she IS dnstmguxshed by blg brown eyes and a sunny smile We often see Pum drlvmg a bug Buick around town We hope that she may go rlght through life wnth the same spmt of achnevement that she shows lh all her undertakmgs here nn school Chorus 2 3 German Club 2 3 Nat1onalHonorSoc1ely 3 4 CommercxalClulz 3 4 The Clubbe 3 4 Boosler Club 2 Page N znely four I continue to go on through life just as we have known her. .. . f f . . if . , . ,' k. - COIVIIUI S QUICNEY PAUL MICHAEL llu H Industrlal A strong churl stooped and wrought Hcued hammered pared and measured Irlsh took up al.to constrectlon ln the hope of l:ecomlng a master mechanlc He s lucky lf he can repalr hls alarm clock Anythlng he wants IS brought home loytheknock down method As a greaseball he can take thlngs apart but can t put them together agaln QUINN BEATRICE. MARY BEA General To cllmb steep hills Requlres slow pace at rst If you should see any one wlth a mop of curly brown halr lots of freckles twlnkllng eyes and a blg grln look twlce and youll recognlze Bea Bea IS a good pal who loves sports and pl asure but contlnues also to be a good student Her favorlte pastlmes are swlmmlng and drlvlng a car She has not told us the secret of her future but all joln ln wlshlng her happlness Swlmmmg 2 3 4 German Clu 3 4 QUINN SIDNEY AUGUSTUS JAMES ID He camcs he smllcs he conquers That mlght well be Wlth thls laconlc statement comes Sld a happy go lucky boy but he always knows what he IS dolng He IS a hard worker and IS already dreamlng of the days when Latln shall haunt hlm no more Sld IS a great tennls player and covers court marvelously elther by runnlng or slldlng He expects to take up tl'e and Cod speed RANCK RALPH LOUIS LEFTY Englneerlng and Sclence Letters wlllctl are warmly sealed are often but culdly opened Ralph IS an lndustrlous senlor who has a Wlde varlety of lnterests He llkes sports malnly football He llkes to read good mysterv books He takes an lnterest ln elec trlcal work lncludlng racllo Hls newly acqulrezl fancy IS wrltlng letters to somebody ln Brooklyn Ralph hopes to be a sound englneer some day Good luck Page Nmety jlvc study of medlclne We lJl:l you a fond farewell Sldney Swlmmmg 3 4 Tennls 3 4 Nallonal Honor Soclety 4 L- K BIVIIUIS RAUB MARTIN WILSON nvnvw Commercial To be wzse one canno! lhmk o love ,llmmy lsesldes bemg a born leader has proved hlmself a capable leader by boosting mary of our school actwntles Hls kind and amlal le dlsposltmn has gamed hum many frnends He IS so good a student that me feel sure he wxll be a success lh his work Class Foolball 2 Class Baskelball 2 Class Trac 2 REBER DONALD DAVID Don Engmeermg and Science The bigger they are the harder they fall Don belongs to the group that forms the backbone of a class I-Ins many frxends find hxm a quxet lndustnous hard workmg fellow He s no slow wlt elther and when he cracks a yoke keep your ears open Don croons but he IS lxttle Interested nn the faxr sex He s a swell guy and we know that he ll succeed ln whatever he decldes to do H1 Y 3 4 National Honor Soczely 4 Basketball 3 4 REESE NELSON KENNETH NELLY Commercial Oh baby you have rlghl I am sure we are acquaxntezl with the ever smnlmg lace of REBERT WILLIAM BILL lndustrxal fDraft1ngJ Young and slrong and Lzghlsome as a locus! lea B111 18 a good fellow and wxll laugh at any good joke you tell He thmks he IS a woman hater but oh he Bull As a pencxl pusher and a T Square shover he ns an expert Some day he expects to be the world s greatest draftsman and design the best buxldmgs m the world Nelly racmg to the cafeteria School lxfe at A H S has been a pleasure for hum although he feels more at home on a palr of roller skates He has had plenty of practice ln runnmg durmg has three years here We expect to see hlm dash for the thmgs hlgher up after leavmg school Trac 2 3 4 Page Nmely slx v I ...I .. . : . 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"-53' C DIVIIUIS REESII WILLIAM HENRY WILLIE Industrial fljrlntlng A fan' play l5 a good play Wnllne IS a studlous fellow Although he won t talk to the gurls he makes up for thls by his popularity with the fellows He expects to follow the prmtlng trade and we wxsh hum all the luck m the world Print your name large REIVIALY ARNOLD SAMUEL PRESTON ARNOLD Industrial tE.lectr1c Shop, The electric shop lS shoc mg My stud! s are killing So let me float on the current Arnold IS a great lover of basketball Sometlmes he talks about lt mcessantl but otherwlse he IS ulte sane that He I3 hable to severe shocks at tnmes and just loves l'1ol:lmg a lxve wlre If you dxslxke hum you lose a frlend Basketball 3 4 Orchestra I m the pubhshlng world 'ijsd RESSLER ELSIE RUTH ELSIE Home Economics us! a beam 0 sunshine RESSLER DONALD FREY RASSLER Engmeermg and Science My mzrth and good humor are a com ln my pouch Donny needs llttle mtroductlon because you could Elsie IS the kind of girl everybody loves She IS wlllmg to help any one whenever she can and 15 very clever ln school as you mav vsell Judge when you hear that so far she has survwed lnhy rcs class She s gomg to be a nurse too an..l we know she Il make a goocl one Harre Economics Club har ly have escaped lfnowmg hum He IS good humorezl and lxkable a frnend to chensh Although he IS lxkely to become enthuslastnc about anythmg from collectmg and dlsse tmg zoologxcal specimens to geology has mam unter est rs chemistry as shown by the growmg lab which he mamtams at home Phulatetlc Society 2 Page Nznely seven ,V . . . , ' . 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CCQ NIUIS REICHENBACH LEROY KENNETH Rov Engmeermg and Science A boy he seems of cheerful yesterdays And confident tamorrous Roy has a great llkmg both for chemlstry and for a fair member lh the class He intends to take up chemlstry ln earnest when he leaves Hugh School and we certainly wlsh hum the greatest luck m his enterprise Somehow lt IS dlfhcult for us to plcture Roy s jovial face ln the grlm stern atmosphere of a laboratory of a great lndustry but that 18 where he means to keep It On the side he has dlscovered a talent for pcetry Phzlalelzc ocxety 4 Plays 4 RIEHL JOYCE RUTH jovcs General A lzlushmg mazden whom the boys love to court Hush everybody' She talks and talks and with every word you learn somethmg wltty or w1se A perpetual smile and dark hair wlth a way and a wave of nts own dns absentee at social HHZBIYS oyce means to be a dental hyglenlst Happmess walks with Joyce Chorus 3 Nazh Pledu 3 Dramatzcs 3 REIMERT RANDALL WILLIAM RANDY Engmeermg and Science Success belongs to the vzrtuous Randy a popular member of the Bachelors Club IS mclmed to be studlous He IS popular wxth has class mates and brmgs a laugh from them wlth his incessant jokes and wlttlcxsms We wlsh hlm luck ln all the things he engmeers Gym Club 2 ROBERTS BEATRICE ROBERTA Bsnv Commerclal Success IS the reward of continued c ort This dellghtful young lady spends most of her tlme drlvmg up and down the streets m a Ford coupe that IB generally Hlled with hngh school students She IS sure to be a capable stenographer Here s success and happiness Page Nznety ezght . . 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She may be recorded as a non- ROHRBACH DONALD RODRICH Durcu Commercial Frzendly to all hostzle lo none Dutch qulet but nevertheless full of pep IS extremely popl. lar Wlth every one Hrs greatest pleasure IS to forget his school worries and pursue his favorlte art huntmg Wnth a smnle lxke hrs Dutch will prove lrreslstxlzle to some fair lass ROSENBERGER HENRY HARRISON Hewms Commercial He brea s a woman s hear! wllh hrs loo s Henry rs one of those undisturbed fellows whom an earthquake could not drxve from hrs even course He ns always wllllng to share whatever he has with his friends A pretty glrl means love at snght Henry rs mterested lh typewrltmg and bookkeepmg We wlsh him success and adventure ONIU S ROEDER ERMA OTT ERMA Commercial There are no bcalen paths lo Glory s hexghl Our frlend Erma 1S a Very pleasant quiet glrl She spends most of her time studying so of course she IS always well prepared Erma halls from the commercial depart ment but we do not know what she wants to do or be We wlsh her success 'N' ff RCMIG HENRIETTA JANE Er-rA General The hlghesl degree of earlhly happmess rs quzel uxet studlous and mild tempered Etta ln her ambltlon to lzecome an algebra teacher has our vote Her gracious ness ln lending a helping hand to one less gifted makes us know how truly she will fulflll her ambxtlon Etta IS mter ested nn basketball and basketball teams Gzrl Reserves 2 3 Boosler Club 3 Nahonal Honor Soczely 3 4 Page Nlncly nme at A 5 1 A . 4? . ,v J, Lf' ' ' ' Csharp Music Club Orcheslra fConcerlme1sler 2 3 4 CONIU S ROSSETTI JOSEPH OE Commerclal How does lhe so I complalnlng sax In dylng notes dlscover The woes of yearnlng lover ,Ioe IS that talented saxophone and vlolln player you often see converslng ln the halls wlth a certaln popl.lar vocallst of our school But joe also Ends tlme to get good marks ln all hls stuclles Hls arrow ln llfe IS polnted toward a muslcal target Here s luck to you Co to lt Band 2 ROTH EDGAR Retall Qelllng The world wlllfly wllh wmgs Dark halr and dark complexlon make thls lad extremely good looklng He IS endowed wlth a very good nature Farr s Zolllnger Harned s and Young s hardware stcre llst year and now he 15 at Shankweller 6: Lehrs It won t be long now before he Wlll be a full fledged salesman SACHS KATHRYN ANNE GREY KAYE General SAUL ANNETTE NETTIE Commerclal Her slender hand and laperlng wrlsl Had facllc power lo orm afsl No flower was lhere tha! could compare Wllh the blooming glrl I slng No need to Introduce Kaye because most of us know all about her She IS peppy and snappy and one of our several hxgh school glrls who lS popular ln college CIFCIBS After leavlng Allen H1 Kaye lntends to go to Penn and we wlsh her the best of luck The saylng IS that good thlngs come IH small packages but as far as Nettle IS concerned the saylng IS all wrong She frequently bubbles over wlth actlvlty and temper She IS a crack swlmmer and can hardly Walt for the swlm mlng perlod She has taken up stenography but her alms soar hlgher Booster Club 2 Page One Hundred y . ...I ,, .. g f , . . - ' ,- ' J. , , J , . 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Ed made a good record at . f C UNIUIS SCHADT SAMUEL SAM Engmeermg and Scxence Le! knowledge grow from more lo more Sam s a good all round chap whose Interests range from muslc to science Hardly ns there an Instrument that Sam cannot play and as for science Exnstem himself has nothing on hlm Even were he not doubly equxpped wlth music to charm and science to enlighten the world his reserve of common sense would take hlm straught to wherever he wants to go Chorus 3 4 Snorrrv SCHAEFFER HARRY M General The lowmg herds wznd slowly o er the lea Harry better known as Shorty ns one of the qulet mem bers of 33 Hrs hoodoo subject IS Latm xn which has brain refuses to function properly But of what use ns Latm to a future dalry farmer for this ns what Shorty intends to be Trac 2 l SCHAEFFER MELVIN j0HN MEL General Deep m though! reserved rn speech SHAFFER BERNICE Beams General To see her rs lo love her For nature made her what she rs And ne er made src amlherl To know Bernlce ns to know the real meanmg of the word Mel ns a qunet unassummz reserved chap who takes hrs studxes rather serxously He has attamed an enviable record ln scholastxcs havmg been awarded the American History Prlze m has jumor year He hopes to enter Muh lenlcerg College to prepare for a law course ln a hngher mstx tutlon Nalxonal Honor Cocrely Senior SludenlCounc1l 4 friendship for she I8 a true pal and a good sport wlth a kmd word for every one Bernice I8 the young mms who just can t be missed for she 18 continually rushing around ln that familiar Chrysler Bernice s future calling IB stall a mystery but we all wish her the best of success Nazh Pleda 3 4 Boosler Club 2 Page One Hundred One vw, . 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CONIUIS SCHAFFER DOROTHY MAY Do-r Commerclal I smzles ep! one alwe Dot would live lo be nmely v A happy go lucky glrl IS Dot Her lncessant laughlng and chatterlng has made her a general favorlte wlth every one She IS like a tonlc her laughter IS contaglous Dot s ambltlon IS to become a stenographer but she has a weak ness for the 0ppOSlte sex whlch mlght frustrate thls ambl tlon ln whatever she undertakes we wlsh her success SCHANTZ PRISCILLA RUTH Plus College Entrance ln Arts Trlle yes bul true Good thlngs do come lh small packages Prls IS the studlous llttle mlss struttlng through the halls She says she WOFYICS about her lessons but she takes an actlve part lh all soclal functlons just the same Her pleasmg per sonallty has won her a host of frlends I m sure you re ll French Club SCHENK FRANCIS ROBERT SHORTY Commerclal Though an angel should wrzle Stull tzs devzls musl print Shorty IS our serlous frlend lh the Commerclal Depart ment Hls great amlultlon IS to become a sho card wrlter and he already shows great promlse ln that dlrectlon H has worked hard and deserves all the luck m the world Commerclal Club 4 SCHIFREEN EDWARD BENJAMIN EDDIE College Entrance ln Arts The man wzth the mrllzon dollar smile Here he IS' Cne of the Canary and Blue buslness men and from Phlladelphla Ed has devoted much of has tlme to our magazlne ln the evenlng when he IS not studylng hls Creek he IS elther altendlng an Orotan meetlng or medltatmg on some knotty problem ln law Crolan Debating Society 2 3 4 Blue Boo 4 Canary and Blue 3 4 Page One Hundred Two I -f e. . V . U , . a with me in wishing her the best of fortune. V . . ' ' ' ' . e ' ' . . . ,' lc. : 1 SCHLEI FER EVELYN RUTH Evra General None new her but to love her Two years at A H S wlth thus blonde blue eyed Coop ersburg mxss have convmced her fellow classmates of her worth EVIC declares she does not qulte know mto what channels her life wlll take her after thus but we have no doubt nt will be ln ways domestic Heres wnshmg her luck! SCHMEYER SARA ,IOSEFHINE s Commercial She s on the lrol rom morn lull mghl and busy as a bee Let us get acquainted wlth happy carefree joe always laughing joking and talkxng ln other worzls lf you want to be assured of a good time just call on this brtnette joe s mterests xnsnde of school are tudles her Interests out of school are-manifold Boosier Club 2 ONIU S SCHLEICHER DOROTHY AN NA Dor Commercial Charm strikes the szghl Bu! men! wms lhe soul This charmmg lass IS not so quxet as she looks just get her started and you ll know what we mean Dot s favorite pasture IS readmg glve her a lzook and you will hear no more from her But give her tlme and money and she would fare forth to parts unknown Dot has amblhon enough to become a capable stenog and we wxsh her all the luck ln the world Chorus 2 3 SCHLEGEL CHARLES ELMER Plcxuz lndustrlal A babbling broo lhal I3 never slrll This shrnmp has many large designs for houses whlch he mtencls to buxld A more approprxate name for lnm would be Monkey for he ns always clownmg and IS never senslble enough to be serious He doesn t try hard but usually he gets hrs lessons by a more or less natural gift Page One Hundred Three . , . - : . . . . O fe' , . - t., . vb u . .. k ., . , . Jo , . . . 1 Y Q . - . , . ONIU S SCHMOYER JANET MORGAN EN General Rooms warm wzlh laughter when she zs lhcre en IS one of those peppy gxrls whose chnef alm ln life 15 to make fun and lots of xt It IS possxble to find the young lacy anywhere at any time dolng anything that IS merry and glad She has made no preclse plans for her future we propose the Laughing Doll You mlght see Eddie Cantor anet and seek his advxce SCHMOYER MELVILLE BENJAMIN Mm. College Entrance ln Arts You may sec me every mormng m the par readmg comlcs and the sporlmg page Mel firm and unpresumlng IS that rare treasure a true friend Hls response to frlendlmess IS Instant Although Mel makes teachers wlsh there were more like hlm he has his good tlmes too Has var1e:l mterests range all the way from music to baseball Mel lsn t sure of hls future work but all predlctlons are for great success m a gxven Held Swzmmzng 2 3 Hoc ey 2 SCHMOYER RICHARD L DICK Engmeermg and Sclence I would buzld you such homes that the people they shelter would be led to a fneness and lzeauty and strength storm o cxrcumstancc could destroy Perhaps lt ns because of his keen mathematlcal mmd that Dxck 15 able to measure hls strokes m swxmmmg so accur ately and to be so prosperous a publlsher Hxs knowledge of that accurate sclence wnll serve hlm well when he marches mto the held of archltectural engmeermg May the homes he says he wxll bulld be exactly what he has so long dreamed of making them National Honor Saczety 4 BEIL MARGUERITE PEARL PEG I- ousehold Arts L1 e s ajest Peg 18 greatly mtere ted m sports hut also loves to dance and swims well She means to take up nursing and then to become a dletltlan Scientific approach fund out what the patlent neezls then make It 3 Sloc ey 2 3 4 Bas cllrall 2 3 4 Home Economics Club ' 1 MJ DI ,J , ' I . Bandg German Clubg Baseball, 2, 3, 4. H ,no f ' - , l lc . . . : lc , . . : ' . Page One Hundred Four COIVIIUI S SCHUMAKER DOROTHY Do-r General With solace and gladncss Much mzrlh and no madness All good and no badncss Please stand aslde We mtroduce Dot one of the most popular gurls of the Senior Class and a steady booster of all 8CtlVltleS But though apparently senous she has a jovnal good nature which we all enjoy She hopes to be a teacher SEARLE. RUTH ARDELLA Ru-ru Commercial Always a smrle upon her lips Always ajoke on her langue s hp This charming lovable lnttle mlss trlpplng through the halls with her contagious smlle beggars descrlptron T see her I8 to love her Ruth s sunny dnsposrtlon has extended nts fame even to Penn State She ns makmg a great success of her commercial work and neglects none of the social actrvntnes May she gayly trlp along a sunlight path ln life SCHULER MAY IRENE. Cx-nanny General A shy lrllle grrl wrlh a shy lrllle smrle This quiet lass IS May whose chief ambltlon IS to become a nurse She takes special mterest un the banjo If you want to be a frlend of hers you will spell her name M a y Rjlmd not M a e She msnsts on that Top o the mornm 3 y Chorus 2 Lrlcrafy Club SCHWARTZ PAULINE. Po1.r.Y Commercial Oh that head of harrf You wr Il now ll anywhere Polly IS the little lady always chattmg and smllmg She has many good hablts but raves concernmg pretty thmgs good time and college boys To studies she IS not partial She tells us that the doctor emphatlcally warned her agamst carrying books l Page One Hundred Frve . v - I p 'n-1 All V I I ll . . . ,. - . . . ' ' and we all wlsh her success. 6 s. s .k . ., . l 1 ' . I S, , . ' ' ' . . , , . o 1 . ONIU S SEIB DOROTHY MARIE Dow College Entrance ln Arts My cet are weary wanderzng to and ro That tall dreamy eyed person amblmg down the corn her frlends a slee but cheerful Hello IS of SEEM REBECCA LOUISE Bscxv General I shall srl here serving lea lo friends Here s to Becky Seem' A fine frlend and a truly repre sentatxve hugh school gurl She has a charming personality and nothmg 18 too much trouble for her to undertake lf lt s of service to a frlend or to the school Becky not only excels ln lessons but also ln sports You should see her swlm' If Becky s success lh school IS an lndlcatlon of her future we can rest assured hers wlll be prosperous The Clubbe 3 4 German Club 3 4 National Honor Sacrely 3 4 Booster Club 2 3 4 Blue Book 4 Canary Girls Sports Camus 4 dors calling to py course Dot But ln spite of her slow gaxt she IS always sure to be where anything mterestmg ns gomg on Rather late than never IS her motto We all wlsh her a most happy future French Club SHAFER JESSIE MARIE ,lr-:sans Commercxal azz jo cs and f A charmmg comlzmahon essle looks luke a very qulet g1rl but get her started' SENG LUCILLE SENG Commercial Laugh she musl course IS Seng She IS fond of sports especrally football not for the play but for the players Her charming smlle and pleasing personalxty wnll bring her good luck wherever she goes and a few extra wxshes for luck and happiness are not amass Hocey234 Looks are decelvmg At tlmes jessxe s friends become qulte worried about her her mmfl seems to wander much She never takes many books home but us' ally managfs to get her lessons done before class We all love Iessxe and hate to lose her so rn parting we wlsh her health happme s and success Page One Hundred Srx i - , Wherever Seng is, t-here is fun: and wherever fun is, of y if 2 If , . . . "J f "Y - eE"'- . ,. v ' . C ONIUIS SHANKWEILER LEWIS KLINE. Law Engmeermg and Sclence Cool calm and collective Lew althoJgh far short of sxx feet lsablonde blue eyed Jolly good fellow He takes a great deal of xnterest ln hrs studxes and so far has come out far ahead ln the fall he hopes to enter a college to take up buslness and fmanclng Go to lt Lew we wlsh you success Orolan Debalzng Soczely .I SHELLY WILLARD M SHELLY Englneermg and Scxence None lzul lumself can be lus parallel Shelly IS a home lovmg young man the only trouble IS that nt ns not hls own home that he loves If he took half as much Interest ln hrs studies as he does ln swlmmlng he would have all perfect grades Nevertheless whenever you see Willard he ns tylng to figure out next week s Trng problems and nf vou don t thunk he as good at nt ask Mr Wexnshelmer Who knows but Emsteln may have a suc cessor In Shelly Swrmmmg 2 3 4 SHANKWEILER ANNA GERNERT ANN College Entrance ln Arts Thy modesly s a candle la lhy men! i Our Ann 15 merry and happy but she knows how and when to be studlous Ann s frlendshlp IS a treasure whlch her frlends apprecxate and guard Ann says but will she always say K3 she much prefers reading to the company of the opposlte sex Whatever success comes your way Ann you rlchly deserve German Club 3 4 Gzrl Reserves 4 Nalronal Honor Socrety SHELHAMER LILLIAN IRENE Rams Commerclal Knowledge 13 llre gale o sclwlarslup Thus faxr lady IS very attractive Lllllan answers to the name of Reds because of her auburn halr She I8 very quick m makmg frlends with whomever she meets and IS popular even so far away as Bethlehem and Emaus L11 han IS actxve lh actnvntxes especially m swlmmmg which she likes very much She expects to be a member of thls year s team Here s wnshmg her the best of luck Booster Club 2 Chorus 3 Page One Hundred Seven .. .. , .. . - . -, 8 . . 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' .A ' ' Z P if ' . f' , M - 1 - - f' 1 . fl' .. .. , . .. . . .. - : . . . . . . . . - C CIVIIUIS SHOLLENBERCER LEONARD HARRY SHOLLY lndustnal fElectr1c Shopj Who pleases one against hrs wrll Sholly IS a happy go lucky young expert at bxlhards f you wlsh to puck up some polnters about thus game yust ask Sholly He plans to enter General Electrlc for an arma ture wlnder s career We are predlctmg great thmgs for Sholly SIBLEY WILLIAM GRAY lndustrlal Thine ever ready notes o rrdrcule Pursue thy ellows stxll with jest andjlbe Hello' Everybody' Thus IS Bull Sxbley Would you believe he cncld crack 1okes3 Not from the looks of this pncture Bull IS a well known swimmer and has won laoth of the Flwood Thomas medals and the A R C Llfe Sav mg me al Hls one great ambltxon ln llfe rs to be a swim mmg coach Swimming 3 SHIFFERT BEATRICE LOUISE BEE General Endowed wzth the greatest gzft ln the world And the most uncommon common sense Here s the glrl you should meet lf you haven t already the gurl with an engagmg smile a love for dancmg and a host of friends Bee s future occupatlon may be errands of mercy that of a soclal service worker May success and happlness weave themselves mto a perfectly blended tapestry nn your llfe Bee Le Cercle Francars 3 4 Booster Club 2 SCHRADER JOYCE. LUCILLE Toy Commercial Arc open mg roses oyce a wmsome lass wxth honey colored haur green eyes and a charming smile has a great fondness for foot ball games She IS at every game cheermg enthusxastlcally for our team oyce us destined to be a conspicuous success as a leader m social affairs SNAKE I Page One Hundred Eight . - - . . : i "The rising blushes, which her cheeks o'crspread ' l. J . . - . ' . M ' . f. ' f .. .. f . . J- . '. . . . m - ' A . i CONIUI S 3' SIEGEL MILDRED MOLLYE General I wrsh you all the joy tha! you can wish Mollye IS a jollye llttle gxrl just flve feet tall with a smile for every one Although she studies hard and always has her lessons she manages to find plenty of time for fun and pleasure She IS glfted wlth an ablllty to characterlze and IS consequently much Interested xn dra matlcs Nlollye thmks chemistry IS just xt What? A blg pam m the neck Good luck to you Jolly Nlollye Nazh Pleda 2 SIEGER LILYAN LOUISE REINHARD Liu. Commercial Rings on her fingers Bells on her foes She shall make musrc l'Vhercver she goes Bug blg heartezl ancl jolly' That s Lxll She 18 also the renowned A H S solo sax tooter Lnll has a secret passion for palntxng her finger nails green or black She hopes to lead her own orchestra some day Well wlth that look 1n her eyes she always wlll be leadmg somethmg of that we are sure Band 2 3 4 Orcheslra 3 4 SILVERSTEIN EVELYN ELIZABETH Evra General There are lwo lhmgs abou! which no one should worry and lhose are yesterday and lomorrow Who ns that talk1ng3 Three guesses and who co1.lc.n t get xt on the first ll s Ev agam and forever As far as Ev 19 concerned Life rs just alzowl ofcherrles But she has her serlous moments too Wherever Ev rs after graduatlon that place will be just a little merrxer than xt was before SLUTTER JESSICA BERNICE ESSICA M, General Thy arr hazr my hear! encharns Here s the school s own blushing blonde She ns usually hurrymg to a classroom at the last mmute Her talkmg dunng class often brlngs the teacher s frown but she only smlles engagmgly and behaves untxl the next tlme Her host of fxrends wash her success ln her every undertaking Manager Girls Baskelball 2 Manager Swrmmmg 2 Page One Hundred N me Y 'J I ' l . U . I ' . . . .. XV , . .' . .,, ' ' ' I O ' , . . . ' 1 - ' HJ .. rr if . . . .H f . . , . . 'ff CCUNIUIS SMITH ELEANOR MILDRED Smn--rv College Entrance lh Arts Oh the gladness of her gladness when she s glad And the sadness of her sadness when she s sad Who l3 the girl wlth that silvery volce that lnfectlous laugh that sparklmg smlle? If you don t know you ve been mlssmg somethmg Smltty IB one third gay school gurl one thmrd sensxtlve muslclan and one thlrd just dellghtful contradnctxon No matter how hugh she bullds her dream castles she wlll llve ln them for she makes her dreams come tn e SMITH GENEVA MARIE INNY Household Arts A good sense o humor IS ar better than none It ma es others happy and creates packs o jlnny s merry laughter fllls all who hear her wlth gayety and mlrth Although she loves a good tlme her lessons are never neglected Some day her skull ln householl man ag ment wlll be the bright spot ln some one s home Basketball 2 Na1hPleda 3 4 Home Economics Club 3 4 Na1hPleda 2 Music Club 3 4 The Clubbe 2 3 4 Le Cercle Francazs 3 4 Booster Club 2 Chorus 2 3 4 Nallonal Honor Soczcty 3 4 Crvxc Theatre Play 4 SMITH GLADYS ELTA GLADY General To grld rejfned gold lo pam! the lzly To throw a per ume an the violet To smooth the :ce or add another lue unto the rambow Even though Gladys IS qulet and demure there lS some thing In her make up that only those who know her test have dlscovered This personallty has been developed through an mterest lh books and m art She not only searches for beauty she creates lt SMITH LLOYD MARSHALL STICKS Englneermg and Science No matter how many there are there never can be too many Smzths I' Smlth as a fellow who stuclxes little but knows much You wlll be able to puck hum out as he goes through the halls for you would never mlstake hls voice for that of any one else ln class he usually daydreams about radlo or avlatlon some day he hopes to become an avlator H1 YClub 2 3 4 Chorus 2 Page One Hundred Ten COIVIIUI S SMITH ROBERT RHOADS Bos Commercial Women slr: e ear lo my wea hear! Smlth IS a member of that studlous gang that occuples space ln the commercial department Among his hobbies are typmg commercial law and study hall As a snde lssue he dabbles m sports His many frxends wxsh hum the best of luck Swrmmmg 2 3 Commcrcral Club 3 Blue Book SNYDER HENRY LAWFER SENATOR Commercial Had I but plenty of money Money enough and lo spare Henry Lawfer Snyder lS a slx foot three Inch lnfatuatmg young Romeo The Senator IS a commerclal student who means to vend Chevrolets upon leaving our Alma Mater Hls primary ambltxon lS to become a second J P Morgan --:sg SNYDER MERRITT ELWCOD Smrz lndustrlal The dccpcsl ualcrs are quxel and smoollr Snitz 18 one of those fellows always readmg has P D and glarxng at a math hook Snxlz IS a student m the mechanl cal drafting departrrent and hopes to be a designer of all types of motlve power plants Football 2 SNYDER MILES HENRY MIKE lndustrlal fElcctr1c Shop, Ea! drm and be merry Mxke IS a boy wonder when xt comes to being a fan He I8 at all football and baslcettall games Mike salls with the wlnd unto his studies and IS slow but sure The world needs more of Mules type and the class ns proud to have ham a member Page One Hundred Eleven .. .k I k , .... 1,151 . In ,I . . pg if 3 : A u U H 1 OIVIIUIS SNYDER NAOMI MAE Owns Commercial In she comes a lxlllc salchclled counlry school gzrl ,Iocund as afeld o cowslzps Naomi I8 one of our out of town gxrls ln fact her home town xs Trexlertown ln Allentown she seems qulet mter ested IH her school work and not speclally lnterested ln the boys but we understand she s the prlde of her town at home We wxsh her success ln whatever she attempts SNYDER STERLING I NERT Commercxal Wrlty courteous lzberal and ullo spzrzl Ambltlous Nert an outstandmg player lh our Hugh School orchestra and certainly qulte a hand at the clarinet after whlch he expects to retire We wlsh hum great luck Orcheslra SOLOMON JAMES ll I Commercial Crowned wzlh a lhalch of ruddy gold Thai casts a glow on all the lales he told James Solomon known as lmmy and recognized by hxs flaming red halr and freckles has a flare for lxterature and a general journalistic lnclmatxon He IS a finely bullt chap who would help a friend no matter what phght he were lh Has Jolly phllosophy makes hlm a favorlte everywhere SOVECKA STEPHEN Paorzsson lndustnal Sludy makelh a man of knowledge Steve IS a good natured chap and friend to every one except women He s studxous and always ambxtxous to help classmates and always engaged ln laughter He ex pects to be a good mechanic although at present nt seems he has desires to Improve automobxles May he have the best of success Page One Hundred Twelve l-E7 f 1 YY - l , D ll ' Il 'W .. .. intends to enter the business world and make a nice fortune, In i I 7 M . OIVIIU S SPANG CATHERINE ELIZABETH KITTY General I am somewhat damly m ma mg a resoluhon because when I ma e ll I eep rl A sunny dlsposntlon pleasant smxles and blonde halr are all a part of Kxtty who IS a mighty good lxttle pal Although she ns usually mxld tempered she has a will of her own Kxtty has a preference for movres doggxe roasts and dancmg She expected to take up teaching as a pro fessxon but lately she speaks faltermgly SPENGLER ANNA CLARA lccy Commercial Then up she steps wrlh words and challcr And lells you all about lhe mailer Do you want to hear a good joke3 Keep near lggy she knows plenty of them Study3 To he sure she can pro vxded she can forget nonsense long enough She expects to become somebody S stenog and has all the ear marks of a good one Boosler Club 2 Girl Reserves 4 Na1hPleda 4 SPONEYBARGER CAROLINE SUZANNE SUE General And rf any pamler drew her He would paxnt her unaware Wllh a halo round hrr hair Do you know the ongmal msplratron of that delightful tune Sweet Suc3 We have a famt susprcmn lt IS none other than our Haxen hanre'l charming Sue who greets her host of frnends with so cheerful a smnle and such a laughing Hello We all Jom ln wnshmg her a most happy and successful future Boosler Club 2 STECKEL MARY ALENE Srscxsr. Commerclal Each shallfollow wxlh cheerfulness the pro esszon whrch he lrcsl understands Here s to you Mary gayest of gay serious only when lt comes to school books Mary has a mama for swnmmlng and has be n on the class team for the past two years She exp ts to be a stenographer some day Not rf certain mdrcatlons hold true So go ahead Mary follow that path to success and hold that smxle' Class Swrmmmg 2 3 Booster Club 2 Page One Hundred Thzrleen Hoc ey l 2 Class Basketball 2 Basketball l Booster CCONIU S STEIN HILDA MARY STEINY Commercial Her talk can ma e my wild wild heart F ly down to her little hand Steiny is a demonstration of perpetual motion and her incessant talk puts to shame even a book agent We have heard that she also tunes heart strings She is greatly mterested in sports reliable and industrious in her work and consequently sure to succeed in business Club 1 STEIN JENNIE EN General Hockey swimming and basketball Tlns lzglltsome lasszc plays lhgm all If you see a dark young girl loitering in the halls of A H S that s e Her sunny disposition and winning ways have won her many friends Her forte is playing basket ball it takes stamina to match her game She wishes to go in training looking toward becoming a private nurse some day Here s wishing you the best of luck Ho ey 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 STE! NMETZ ELMER ELLSWORTH PETE Engineering and Science Tliere is no dependence that can be sure but a dependence upon one s sel Pete Steinmetz a young man of seventeen years is thin and small in stature He IS a serious minded congenial fellow who believes a thing is soon done and well done only lf self done A slow worker he is nevertheless accurate in everythmg he does Belxevlng that education is the poor man s haven Pete expects to enter Penn State after being graduated here. STEPHENS RAY ELIAS ' STEVEN lndustrial CPattern Shop, Loo s are o ten deceiving. Ray as you will see is a very studious looking boy but still water runs deep, ' and you can never tell. For Roy is one of the jolliest fellows in school. His ambition is to become a pattern maker and we shall hear of him in that occupation. Football 2' Class Football l. Page One Hundred Fourteen OIVIIU S STERNER JEAN BEATRICE EAN General May she hear through lr e ll e a torch ln ame Play up' play up' and play the game I jean qunet as she looks IS a Jolly sport and always ready for fun She IS mterested ln sports and lS manager of the gurls basketball team ean takes the heartlest good wlshes of the school with her Manager Crrls Bas etball Team 4 Chorus 3 STERN ER ANNA MAE Suorarv General Anna here Sterner there Shorty Shorty everywhere Shorty IS a two by four with blue eyes and brown hair a consclentxous worker a dazzlmg swimmer and a lmgurst She expects to become a nurse There are a lot of hand Swimming 3 STOCKER CHARLOTTE EMMA Lor-rua Commercxal A merry heart doeth good lr e a medzcme Lottie has a way wlth her She deals out friendliness and sweets of all km s all day long May life be kmd to her rs the wlsh of all her frxends STOKES ROBERT LEE Lee College Entrance ln Arts And bears hrs blushmg honors lhlc upon hrm If a blush makes a scholar of a man Lee has us all beat He seems to have a knack for ancient and modern lan guages Lee comes of southern stock and I5 a credit to has ancestry All who meet hum find hxm to be a real fellow Basketball Manager 2 3 4 Class Bas etball 4 National Honor Socuely German Club Page One Hundred F 1 fleen 7 'lf '. ,fl - .r , -l J - -, ,W A , ' ' k . : , - ,,' some doctors in the world, too. Success to you, Anna! ' ' . . 'Y 1 'I uk 1 1 .71 . r, ' l . . CONIU S STORY MADELINE WENTWORTH STORY General Healthy free the world before me The long brown path before me leadlng wherever 1 choose I-lark' Do you hear rlpples of laughter echolng down the halls of Allentown Hlgh3 Madellne IS comlng Made llne s fondest deslre IS to travel Here s hoplng she comes STRAWBRIDGE WILLIAMIHARRISON BILL Industrlal A true frlend IS orcver a rlend Blll has a heart as blg as all outdoors and a body llke lt He would some day llke to go to college and later become an archltectural draftsman He IS an aCtlVe member of the T Square Club and llkes to partlclpate ln all sports We wlsh hlm all the luck ln the world upon the hlghway of Happlness French Club 3 4 Chorus STRAWN KATHLF EN ELIZABETH KITTY General STUCKLEY AGNES PRISCILLA ANcus General Wonder IS the jfrst course ln phllosophy Agnes tall and dark halred lS one of the most ambltlous .4 smlle that reaches rom ear to ear Ma es frlends that last rom year to year Have you ever seen Kltty smlle3 If not you ve mlssed a thrlll Every one knows Kltty as a true pal and a real sport to be seen at all our basketball games She IS plan nlng to become a nurse and she Il take our best wlshes wlth er glrls ln the senlor class Full of Jokes on all occaslons she proves a good companlon She IS fond of outdoor sports but her greatest lnterest IS ln the study of medlclne Her one ambltlon lS to serve humanlty and the class of 33 hopes to hall her as thelr great woman doctor German Club 3 4 Page One Hundred Szxteen . . : . 3- .. . . f f . I., Football, 25 Class Football, 3, 45 T-Square Club, 3, 4. as v f Y, k ' f . - h . ' C NIUIS lndustnal STECKROTH CARL HARRY Srracrcv Woodman forbear thy slro e Stecky who believes rn bemg seen and not heard halls from the coal regrons He takes nothxng serlously but hrs cabinet shop work Hes afraid the forests wall be ex hausted before he s burlt everything he wants to bulld TAGERT NELSON ALBERT Nm. Industrial Lyrrcs and poems can ne er express Hts spzrzl o un and happmess Nel IS a frlend whose noble traxts and charactenstxcs are marked by a hugh degree of wlt and humor Not only does he push a mean pencnl ln draftxng class but he also has a strong desxre to work around automotrve parts We know he ll draw a ling success Tsquare Club 2 3 General TAYLOR RUTH EMILY Ru-rr-r There rs no hrgher gcal olzlamed Tfan lhal whrch rs by mdness gamed We know Ruth as a smcere frlend and a good stucent her our best washes for success TOTH LEWIS GEORGE Tornv lndustrxal fE.lectrrc Shopl Never a lask lo shrrk Tothy IS a fine all round sport and anything he can do to please you ns hrs pleasure He funds lrttle trme to prepare lessons as he I8 an engaged pm boy He I8 very much Interested m radio and we hope to hear from him as an efficient radio expert Page One Hundred 'ermlecn She loves pleasure but she keeps xt rn nts place and does not let xt mterfere too much with her studnes Most people thunk she IS qulet but just let them get to know her better She rntends to go m trammg rn a bug way and we extend to 'F . CCNIU S TREISBACH GORDON EIDELL Gonmr General He slapped her when she rssed hzm And lrzed to hold his hand Cordy has taken hls muslc so serlously that he was found one day slnglng a duet with the cuckoo clock He IS the prnde of the orchestra and the rlght hand man of H Pres cott Although he 15 not sure what course he wlll follow upon leavmg school me hope to see his name ln the bnght lights some day Oh and of course you ve guessed xt h Shop Foreman 2 4 TRAINER ELMER HARRISON SPEEDY lndustrxal l saw and heard and new at las! The how and why of all lhmgs pas! Speedy a fellow liked by all his classmates halls frcm the auto construction shop It IS his ambltlon to lcccmc a first class mechanic If you need your car repaired see Speedy We wnsh hxm the best of luck does not lr e gzrls Orcheslra 2 3 4 Boosler Club 2 TREXLER ANNABELLE CLARA Cmcluan General Peace charmed the slrcet benealh her feel And honor charmed lhc air Annabelle charmlng sprlghtly and always Hlrtmg has TRETTER CECILIA LOUISE Can. Commercial The world may have girls L1 e Sue Dol or Rena Bul before us hurls One unzque our Ceczlza We mtroduce you to a good qulet studlous gurl a trte friend to all She IS one of the decreasing members of the Man haters Club At tlmes however she neglects her studxes for pleasure and goes on a rampage we may say She hopes to be a private secretary some day a wxde clrcle of frxends This attractive senorlta devotes most of her spare time to swimming dancing, and readlng Though Chlclcer hasn t the slightest Idea what she s going to do, nn time to come she wxll undoubtecly he the world -z best mermaid Nalronal Honor Socreiy Spamsh Club, 3, 4 I Page One Hundred Exghleen H ., V ll k ' 1 It ' S Il V , . V in I, ' . - . . . . x , kip - ' - l - f' 5 ' ' Q11-fl ' J' 1 ' A V. ' ' ' u A S I 3 5, 6.5: V .. f ,, .. .. f .. . . , H . ' . . . . - n ' e N v v 1 I v . .. .. . .. . li . . . . . . .. . I ' - ' I V .. H . .- . , , , . C CMU S TREXLER DEFORREST CHARLES BABE Commercual All good lhungs come un Fords Babe us well known and much admured by all the luttle toys and gurls of hus class When Babe gets hus duploma safely tucked away he may well boast that he got ut by hard study Hus chuef hobby us runnung the lufe out of hus Ford Band TREXLER MADELINE EDNA Mums Commercual Fruendshup us lu e llue sweelness o an old and lender song The ondness lo remember a lullle undness long Thus luttle blue eyed lassue halls from Mountaunvulle Sunceruty and modesty are Madelune s chuef vurtues She loves to scatter smules wherever she goes Madelune has chosen a busuness career and we feel su re wuth her sunceruty and cheerful dusposutuon success will be hers TROLLER MARY IRENE MARY General She us the gurl who has lo decude Whether she ll do ul or loss ul asude She us the grrl who ma es up her mund Whether she II lead or lunger behund Mary has a personaluty so attractuve that to be one of her fruends us a pruvulege She never seems cross and takes the bumps wuth a smule Whatever she learns she remem bers She us fond of swummung Her ambutuon us to become a nurse Here s wushung her luck un her aspuratuons Boosler Club 3 TRONE lRENE HUNT RENE Commercual If one could loo unlo your hear! Wouldn l he duscover The hudung place o more Than one poor 101813 Here s another of our blondes lrene us loved by ell her fruends and us a true fruend to all She us just as fauthful to her boolts as to her fruends Yet wuth all her studv sl'e finds tume to be jolly and to make others happy She loves dancung but her favorute pastume us drawung Thus she does very well X 4 .. . . . .k I H U f ' k' - I V- ' 'I ku . . 'ID ll u I k . , o . if 'i' Page One Hundred N inleecn CCONIUI S TRUMP ALFRED JAMES lndustrlal CMechanlcal Draltmgl I .smzles were to eep one alwe Frltz would lrve to be ninety ve Frxtz sunny dlsposxtlon and hearty laugh has won hlm a host of friends He I8 a strong hellever nn Eat sleep and be merry This gallant young blonde IS from our mdus trial drafting department and a mechanical engmeer he wall be Tsquare Club I 2 Band I TUST ALMA LOUISE Commercnal Her ways are ways of pleasantness and all lu-r paths are peace Al s happy go lucky nature has drawn many frlends her way She never worries Her greatest dellght IS pound mg the typewriter We all wlsh her the best of luck and hope she will meet wlth success lh whatever she attempts Girls Booster Club 2 G1rlRescrves I 2 TROXEL CHARLES C I-ms Engmeermg and Sclence The greatest tlungs come rom the least expected plcccs Chas IS a queer fellow we never can tell what he s gomg to do next We know one thing about hum and that IS that he s golng to college but to which one and for what we haven t the slightest idea and neither does he though lt s likely to be somethmg out of the ordinary Fnrrz him TURZYAN MARY Muzusm College Entrance ln Arts Tutor nl rn the rudxments o many desperate studies Mary I8 one of the brllllant students who never comes to class without her homework or a plle of books By con stant lndustry Mary has come to do easlly what others find dlfhcult to do At times her large brown eyes fairly twmkle with merrlment but she usually succeeds m suppressing her feellngs Marusla IS a friend worth having Good luck to her Le Cercle Francazs 3 4 National Honor Society Page One Hundred Twenty ll - f I" I . "AL" ONIUI S URFFER ADA KATHRYN ADA General Nalure answers all she as s Hand m hand with her she wal s Ada wears a jovlal freckled face a face that dnspels any storm cloud of despalr She IS not over eager about les sons but loves a good time She has not yet determined her llfe work She wants she says to go back where nature rules and reugns supreme VOGEL EDITH MAY BUNNY Commerclal And Heanen s so l azure rn her eyes rs seen Bunny IS qulet at school She hasn t taken part lh any orgamzatlon or ln any form of entertamment although she has talent that she does not display The boys at school haven t attracted her much but where dud we hear of Daltoni WAGN ER ADOLF E WAGI E General When necessary rzsk everylhmg the most studxous fellows ln hugh school He was a mem ber of the National Honor Society lh both hrs junior and senlor years He establxshed quite a reputation for hum self as a saxophone player m the band Hrs greatest mter est IS m athletncs which he means to take up sernously after graduation Trac 4 Class Bas elball 4 Band 3 Nal1onalHonor Society 3 4 WAHRMANN FRIEDA LOUISA Fmrz College Entrance ln Arts She s lherefore sludrous o lalrorrous ease This gurl of smiles I8 none other than Frieda jolly talka txve Frieda She as well liked both ln and out of school Because she I8 very studlous she IS sure to make good at Shlppensburg State Teachers College where she mtends to prepare for teaching German Clul: 4 Curl Reserves 4 ll . 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Wagie is one of the livellest .and at the same time one of lt, , k . : . : ' Page One Hundred Twenly-one CONIU S WALBERT EARLE CLAYTON WALLY College Entrance 1n Arts The orce o his own ment ma es hrs way Cne of the most popular fellows ln hngh school Wally IS always wlllmg to help others He IS indeed a frlend worth havmg He IS qulte an accomplished muslclan havmg played nn a number of bands for the past several years Lesplte a great handxcap he plays football and IS a swimmer of no mean ablhty Thus studxous young man mtends to enter Muhlenberg College Class Football 2 3 4 Band 2 3 4 WALTERS MARIAN LOUISE MARIAN Commercxal A courageous lS better than a cowardly friend Marian a good athlete excels m basketball and hockey Her blonde halr and blue eyes have won her many ad mlrers Some lucky business man I8 gomg to have her as has stenographer Loacs of luck and happmBSS to yOU lh the busmess world Marian Bas etlmll 2 3 4 Hockey 2 3 4 WARMKESSEL JCHN R JOHNNY lndustrlal A humorous soul Care ree and gay Here s the jokester of the shop who always has a rare one on hand ohnny ns a great knd for crackmg them and creates a lot of amusement when he gets going rlght He IS athletxcally mcllned and loves has baseball Baseball 2 3 4 WARMKESSEL RAY M Wonmv Commerclal The world s lzusyllody Wormy IS one of the brxght lnghts of the commercial department He wears a wlnnmg smile wherever he goes It IS no wonrler he makes all the llttle hearts beat faster He hopes to be an expert accountant We prednct that he wlll achieve all has calculatlons ll f f v . k nv .vt lt . . . : . . . - f P Page One Humlred Twenty two C ONIU S WEAVER KENNETH EDWARD KEN General Reproach ul speech ram erther srde The want o argument supplied They rarl reviled as often ends The contests o drsputmg rrends Kenny IS a polxtlcally mmded young chap whose favorxte pastime IS argumg wnth hxs teachers or hrs frlends about present day pOlltlCS Accordmg to his teachers he xs quite a debater He hopes to matrlculate at Muhlenberg and later to practxce law We wxsh hum luck lh his future V arszly Debate 4 WEIBEL FRED ALFRED FRED General The fish adore hrs bart Take a lot of good nature musxc and a lnttle philosophy and you have Freddy Yes he IS musical he plays the piano and sings ln the chorus Hls tenor volce may be heard any txme before durmg or after rehearsals Though Fred has never been guilty of overwork he manages to pull through hrs studxes successfully And how he can read a play' Chorus 2 3 4 WEAVER CATHERINE Krrrv General How pretlu Her blushzng was and how she blushed agam An allunng little lass wxth an exquisite charm that s all her own Her cheery smlle greets every one and her affections are not to be defmed She refuses to relmqulsh any friendship Boys nf you hear her hummmg Oh Say It lsn t So why not console her3 WEAVER ,ICSEFH RITNER RIT1' Englneermg and Sclence Hrs words lr e so many mmble and arry servrtors trzp about hrm at command A truer and more dependable friend one cannot Gnd Besldes bemg a good student Rxtt has never falled to sup port his Alma Mater s socmal 3CflVltl8S It IS has hope to take a B S degree at Muhlenberg and become a chemical engineer Booster Club 2 German Club 3 4 Page One Hundred Twenty three 4 f u , I ' f f . f . tu undertakings. ' CQIVIIUI S WEIDNER MARGUERITE ELIZABETH PEG Retall Selling Thy modesty rs a candle lo lhy merrl Although Peg IS a but qulet and reserved she IS a good pal and lS capable of smcere frlendshlp Those who know her best agree that she ns very easy to get along wxth for after all she s a good sport and enyoys a good joke any trme Her ambltlons are set very hugh and we belleve she will attam them WEIL RUSSEL GEORGE EUGENE Russ Commercxal He may no! loo It but oh wha! Irramsl Russel builds Shlp models and has dreams of ownmg a boat of hrs own He collects stamps plays the mouth organ and IS always crackmg dry jokes Russ ns a Star Scout appreclates good books and IS fond of hrs collle Teen All considered he ns a good all round fellow Phllalelzc Socxely 3 4 Boy qcouls 2 3 4 WEISS ANNA MARIE ANN Commerclal Srlcnce rs afrzend that never beirays Take a glance and cast your eyes upon one of the fan' maidens of the commercial department Anna IS very studxous and always comes to school wlth her home work prepared She IS always ready for a good tlme and never refuses an mvltatron to a dance for thus she calls her hobby Ann hopes to be somebody s stenog so heres wlshmg her all the luck ln the world WELLER CHARLES HERBERT PETE Commerclal Comb down hrs hazr look loo ' It stands uprzghl Surely you all know Pete the blonde haired fellow who works ln the cafeteria Don t let hum kld you he really works there so that he can get acquainted wxth the gurls ln a few years Pete expects to go to Hollywood to study sound engmeenng Well here s good luck to you Pete Page Om- Hundred Tuenly four COIVIIUIS WENDLING WOODROW WILSON HAPPY College Entrance ln Arts Every addzlron lo lrue knowledge rs an addxhon lo human power Folks look hum over Why3 For the slmple reason that you look upon one of the Shining stars ofthe chemistry class Happy loves sports of all kmds and IS a fine tennis player He expects to study medxcme and wxll enter Muh lenberg College The senior class wlshes him the best of uck WENNER RINA ANGIE REN11 Commercial Sudden frrendshzp sure repentance Gaze upon a gurl that I5 forever full of fun Renee IS also an accomplished muslcxan although she has not ap peared ln publxc very frequently If you could hear her rattle off the muslc you would not wonder that she IS an expert typlst Renee s ambxtlon IS to fund work We all hope she wlll be successful ln securing a Job Tennis 4 Booster Club WESCOE JOHN DOLLY General You see that boy you thxn he s all un But the angels laugh loo al lhe good he has done Gomg down town' Sure hop m That s good old johnny Wescoe the all round chap John s that bng blg man headm for Newark w1th that bug Bulck ln hrs hand Get hum m a good humor and he s sure to go Eddie Cantor Hue de hle de ho' johnny get gomg' WETHERHOLD NORWOOD STEWART Wrrman General Oh wonderful wonderful and mos! wonder ul And ye! agam wonderful anda fer lhal oul o all uhoop rn Wether I5 our handsome sports fan He can usually l"e found at all the games admiring the beautiful ladies He plans to go to Stroudsburg to take a gymnasium course Judging from hrs school work he ll come out with flymg colors As yet he has not declded whether hell he a second Knute Rockne or Pop Warner Class Foalball 3 Class Basketball 3 4 H1 Y 2 1 . 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Page One Hundred Twenly five OIVIIU S WHITBECK PAULINE ADELE Pou.Y College Entrance ln Arts She talks and tal s but that 15 human Polly IS one of Allen I-hgh s I1veIy young fems always travelmg through the halls overloaded with books but always wlth a brlght smxle for each commg frlend Al though Albnght College seems to mterest her thus year we wxsh her good times and success lh her college days at Swarthmore German Club WEIGNER DOROTHY Dor-rua General She s more alr than the stars where they stand A hne student a true frlend and a buddlng young actress-everybody Ilkes Dot The class plays are proof of her dramatlc ablllty and her scholarly work has won for her a place on the Blue Boo and the Canary These same fine qualltles cannot faxl to w1n for her permanent happl ness German Club 3 4 Booster Club unzor Class Play Blue Boo 4 Canary 4 The Clubbe 4 Comus 4 WILCOX EMILY ETHEL M Commerclal A perfect shlmng mar l5 she For schoolroom un and Jollzty Em rs one of those rare persons who has brams and WILLIAMS FRANCIS PAUL PAUL Engmeerlng and Scxence Thanks for the long day s happy war he wrought Paul IS an honest upright learcl worker a star ln both studres and student actlvltxes Because he IS makmg such a success of hrs school llfe we are sure he wxll make a suc cess of hls future work We wlsh him lots of luck Swlmmlng 3 4 Class Swrmmzng 3 4 smxles Her shexks are as varned and numerous as the famous 57 Although she s never been on any of the teams she IS much mterested ln sports As a prlvate secretary Em will be the erghth woncer of the world German Club Commcrczal Club Class Basketball 2 3 Booster Club I Page One Hundred Twenty SIT . .. k . .. . . 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C DIVIIUIS Sp0l"tS Iflagallhe Baslqellmll 2 3 WISSER MABEL SALANDA BLONDIE Commerclal The friendship that ma es the leasl noise 1 s o lenlzmes the most use ul Qulet content and true in all her work that 18 Mabel the blonde with freckles to match her hair Most of her time she spends on drawings We all wish her the greatest of success in the profession of art good teacher Soc: el y 4 WOOD MILTON WILLIAM Sco-nv General H l3 life IS nerlher lasscd rn borslerous seas Or lroublous world nor los! ln sloth ul ease Scotty premier catcher of our 3I basehall team has been knocking the ball all over the lot practically the same as he does anything else he undertakes No wonder look at that profile dynamic personality that just can t help but radiate joy lt s been rumored that he was the inspiration of Happy go lucky You and Broken hearled Me Football 3 Bas elball 3 Baseball 3 Page One Hundred Twenty seven WILVERT WARREN A Csrnm Angling IS someuhal lzke poelry men must be born so Captain is fond of all sports and is one of the best trout Hshers in school He does not like study he feels much more at home l:es1re a rippling brook fly casting He would like to write fish stories for a sporting magazine in fact his articles have already teen printed in a prominent WOOD ALTHEA VIOI. A Woonv .. V . I . k W . ' f f - l "Rhyme, rail dance play the cymbals sweet Woody is always ready for her share of fun She lS willing to help all her friends out in any difficulty After graduation from A. H S she intends to further her studies at our State Teachers College We all know she will he a y . f . : k . : . . Dramatic Club 2 German Club 3 4 Nallonal Honor 0 NIU! S WOODRING CATHERINE BEULAH K1-r-rv General Oh woe 15 me or the merry 11 e Wherever Kitty goes she takes fun with her Her keen sense of humor and pleasant smlles are just a few of her Fine qualltles Favored by both sexes she never falls to appear at all soclal affairs To teach IS the secret ambl tlon of thls gay mlss WOTRING RUTH NAOMI Rurms General She rs sweel o dlsposlllon She IS lovzng wzse and md She rs full o lrue ajechon She cannot be defned lntroduclng everybody s best friend Ruth Her charm mg personallty pomts the way to happlness She s a gurl you long to meet a companion par excellence We nder stand that the end of her ralnbow IS ln the west What ever her course may be we can readlly lmagxne her water mg geranlums on somebody s wmzlowslll WORMAN MARIE MARIE Commerclal Hoorah for the class o 33 f Bu! what would It be were xl no! for Marne? Whzle changmg classes lhe students go rushmg Bu! Marze Marne musl canlmue her blushing As years roll by we ll always remember thls txmxd young glrl a promment tenms player She sure can wield the racket And can she sw1m3 WRIGHT DOROTHY ISABELLA Dor Commercxal She lrves lo laugh and lo ma e mzrth To banzsh shadows rorn the earth Dot ns a Jolly carefree fun lovmg gurl always looking for the bright and sunny m llfe Her sweet dnsposntlon wlll go far toward makmg her an accountant some day lf you ever feel lonesome just drop lh on Dot and ask her to play some peppy tunes on the plano for you because she can tnckle the keys and make the piano talk 2 Ssharp Muszc Club 4 Gzrl Reserves 4 Boosler Club g .. . f .f . . v . k. , ' f , ' I Q . . ' . 1 - tl . f , In 1 k , . . : . I . Page One Hundred Twenty czght Hoc ey 2 3 4 Tennis 3 Booster Club 2 CCONIU S ZEHNER ROBERT STEPHEN JOSEFH Bos Mechanxcal Drafting Gave me educalzan or gzve me dealh Bob ns just another one of the many shop men walking through the hall WlSl'llIIg he were a sophomore He always has a bug smxle for everybody He IS just an ordmary T Square shover Hrs hobby IS raxsmg gold fish and we wlsh hum many fish m hrs pond and much gold ZIEGENFUS ALLEN LUTHER ROTH ZIEGIE Englneermg and Science Sludy 13 of lrfe the glonous sun fWhen it sets the studzes are done D Zlegle IS one of the promlslng musicians of the future Although he lsn tthe brxghtest star ln has studnes he man ages to get along quxte well Comxng from out of town hasn t hm .lered hlm from getting a bunch of friends here Band 2 3 4 ZIEGLER ARLINE REBECCA ARLINE General Here 18 the kxnd of glrl that IS well llked ln any school a fr1en'l worth havmg rellal le and full of fun Even though the Curl Reserve 0YganlZat10I'l finds m her a diligent worker a but of the old Nlck glmts m her eyes As an Industrial research worker we are certaln she will succeed Y W C A Counczl 4 Gzrl Reserves 2 3 4 Chorus 3 4 Boosler Club 2 ZIEGLER MAE ARLENE MAE Commercxal just as lhe lung 13 ben! lhc hee s xnclmed A quxet but cheerful gurl IS Mae whose leisure time ns spent ln doing Interesting thmgs Her bright brown eyes always turn toward the sun No matter what her under taking may be we wxsh for her brllllant opportunxtles and good fortune Scuence Club 4 "She isjus! a dear, everyday, all-round kind of a girl." Page One Hundred Twenty nzne C ONIUIS ZETTLEMOYER RICHARD ELTON DICK lndustrxal fElectr1c Shopl Eleclrzczly 15 a rzend o man Duck a happy go lucky fellow IS a real friend and IS llked well by all hls classmates Always look for hlm workmg around motors or generators He mtends to take up this held of electrxclty for his steady occupatlon H IS liked by all his teachers and the subject he likes best IS Engllsh Maybe electrxclty IS to fund another Franklin Class Football Team 2 ZETTL EMOYER ROBERT CHARLES Bonny Industrial CPrmt Shop An proud lo be an honest man unlzl lus dylng day Bob s motto should be Let the gurls alone and prosper He played football on the class team and held a posltxon as mller on the track team But most of all Bob lxkes to snt on a bank and fish for hours Let s hope he catches a bug one some day Track 2 Class Foolball 3 Page One Hundred Tlurly .. .. . f. f . . - - D' . - . . ' .e , . . . J ONIUI S lin jmEllI0l'ldIl1 ARTHUR Com N We strive to check thc worcl Upon our tongue For thou Heavnn s grace upon thu Nrt foravcr happy Xnd forever young I 11, Um' Hundred Ilurlu one of grlcf , ,. M ' , x S .1 ' f Cocfs Seal upon thee, , f . 'mjz' 7' ' .' CONIUIS We The Class of 34 As the coolest sun klssed pool ln llfe s long Wlndlng stream As the brlghtest co ored page ln llfe s mysterxous Look Has been thls happy year of goodly commdeshlp Whlch now has passed Twlll be remembered ln days to come as the one tlme When nelther were we caught ln the bewllderlng eddles of lnceptlon Half sad glamor of conclusion But playlng the games we were blessed with Domg the tasks lI'lHlCtCCl Lxvlng the llves allotted Llved worked played Wlth but one great wlsh To be Scnzors JOHN EISLNHARD I7 gr Unr I-I dr J Thr lu lud , s ' 1 Nor stirred by the half-glad. a . un f 'rg - 'f 5 hx-I 1 1 f H f r .. 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Hhkrz Sec w DEORK L Lun U Tnas 1934 Class Hlstory We re really juniors' lt seems only yesterday that we were llttle ,lunlor Hugh School pupils longmg for the time when we could enter A H S Our Hrst day there how cocky we felt how we paraded through the halls trymg to impress our Importance on others After a day or two however we rcallzed just where we stood ancl tried to accustom ourselves to l::emg lowly Sopho mores We thought longmgly of the day when we would be Junlors and lord lt over the others and now wonder of wonders we are UDIOTS We entered the Allentown Hugh School each wnth hrs own speclal group of frlends But our Class has representatives from each Junlor Hxgh School ln the clty and many from the nearby townshlps and after a few months m A H S we reallzed that the popular sayxng United we stand dlvxded we fall rs very true and we all jolned m workmg for the common good We finished our Sophomore year wlth a successful class prcnxc at Dorney Park As Juniors more responsxblllty shrfted to our shoulders We were prrvlleged to contribute to the entertalnment of the school year The junior Prom was the highlight of the year and the success of our first venture rn this field made us proud and eager to do more Our class play Peg o My Hear! cllscovered some of the talent of the class and the enthuslasm wlth which lt was received was lh ltself proof of our abllnty as Thespnans Next year we shall be Seniors We thmk of It wxth awe How much we shall add to our already overflowing book of memories' We each have our own alms secretly we treasurethe hope of wlnnmg some coveted honor Other Senior classes have set a pace whlch we can only hope to rlval scarcely to surpass but perhaps we may set a new record for others to follow Page One Hundred Thirty three . . . 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Secrelary DOROTHY BRADER V ree Presrdenl PEARL MOATZ Treasurer ROBERT LIEBERMAN Sensors go And juniors go But Sophs come on forever' Early an September thlrteen hundred anxxous Freshmen just out of the jumor Hugh Schools made thelr happy way to A H S their abode for the next three years Entering the colossal structure the majorlty were fear stricken and nervous lest they do something not ln accordance to the establlshed rules of conduct Thelr knowledge was hmxted quxte qunte lxmlted for no matter lh which part of the school a Sophomore was found something went along with hlm either a deep booming bass saymg How do you get to the annex7 or a tlmld half scared falsetto with the usual Pardon me slr but could you tell me where l could fmd room 2091 And that was the Sophomores at the start of the current school year Wnth the and however of the dignified Seniors as well as of the satxsfled Jumora lt was naturally not long before the new students got their bearlngs and blossomed forth into their stride with the usual Senior alr of confidence Since the first they have whole heartedly supported any and all actlvltles sponsored by any and all departments of the A H S The Sophs have been overwhelmingly represented m the sporting Held Stull their records ln sports have not made their studxes suffer Each tnme the Honor Roll xs made public we find that the lower classmen hold their own' Consldenng the short penod of time that the Sophomores have spent ln A H S and giving due conslderatxon to their mexpenence they have been amazingly successful ln all undertakings However we look forward to the malnng of real honest to goodness Hnstory' I Page One Hunlrcl Thzfly fue 2 g, W ' f x 1935 Class History ONIU S Pubhcauons Staff Here IS the cornbmed Canary and Blue and Colvlus staff all set for work ln the Canary office although the famous roll top desk we lnherlted you remember IS hidden completely from vlew ln the rear rlght corner Cnly the typewrxter shows But all that goes 1nto that typevx rlter and all that goes out from nt slxps out of and mto the pxgeon holes of the Canary desk At the center of all thmgs seated at the front table IS the editor ln chref Ruth Butz wlth her capable and dependable senlor associate Frederxc Gutekunst at the left and the Junlor associate john Elsen hard of so splencxd lxterary ablllty at her right Thls leader Ruth Butz has a literary and executive abllnty so true so sound and so completely respected and a personallty so energetic and at the same time so gracious that she makes an editor for whom every one loves to work ln the left foreground seated at the end of the table Harold Kahn sports editor par excellence ns checkmg up the sports and the pictures of athletxc events for the Coxvlus At the table back of Kahn sxts Dorothy Wlegner the feature edltor who IS always on the Job buslly wrltmg the copy that makes us know our own school Beslde her Helen Pearson story wrlter slts appar ently thmkmg out a plot shall She recogmze Hxm or shall She go her way forever leavxng Hum eternally desolate3 Seated at the end of the same desk snts a Canary poet Margaret Gruber with Sylvla lVlellner cockmg a crltxcal eye and ear at some poetry that has been contributed l lt or IS It not good enough to accept? Back at the telephone by the bookcase Walter Frank IS gettmg news concerning members of the alumni while Becky Seem at his right not at all dls turbed scrnblples away at her report of the tennis season ln the doorway laughlng at thelr own Jokes ln print are Emil Felegy and Francls Fehr who edlt the Center Page wouldn t you know Ita Fehr also wrltes poetry and makes cartoons Beslce them to the rlght of the doorway IS Alvena Seckar whom we cannot pralse too hlghly for her art work She IS responslble for the local sketch inserts and for the cover deslgns featurmg Pennsylvama German art clesxgns that have attracted country wide attentlon Beslde her stands Muna Butz wondering what frontlspxece she can make for this poem To the rlght of these glrls and ID front of the Canary desk standing with lVl1ss Nlulock IS Alma Fluck with her shears pomtmg out an mterestmg exchange feature she means to clxp Thus xs the Alma Fluck who has been credited by Nlr Herbert Hofford of The Penn State School of ournallsm with the best exchange cclumn I have read Grouped along the rlght wall from the door to the tapestry IS the busmess staff Carl Hessmger and Rlchard Hell huntmg through the pages of the latest Canaries for sales talks hard workmg Theodore Schelfele checking over the rooms to which the packages of Canaries go W lter Bastian standing back of the typewrlter castlng a Judicial eye over Uncle Joey S phllosophy and Laura Packer she of the candy strlped dress ostenslbly waltlng orders from her chief but ln reality chuclclmg ove Lllc atua L ld s funmest man Franklm Fisher 15 pounding on the typewrxter Franklin Flsher s mlddle name IS l:.ve1 ready No one ever calls on hum ln vam He IS the versatile member of the staff The advlser wants hlm flunked to keep hlm on the staff next year Wlllard Kerschner another busmess man IS supposed to be checkmg up with the others but m reallty IS lost ln contemplation of his photograph ln the COMUS Not on the picture at all IS one of the most lmportant members of the staff Edward Charles Canary school news wrlter COMUS busmess manager Canary busmess consultant and so many other thmgs that unless he were twms or more he couldn t posslbly be on any picture on any day of the week On the day thls plcture was taken he was running with the track team at Easton An effort IS bemg made to get a separate plcture of h1m for pUbllCHt10l'l to complete the array And finally back m the doorway glvmg a crltlcal look to the COMUS on which he has the last word stands the best frxend of the publlcatlons of the Allentown Hxgh School Mr Hamm whose constant Interest kindly advlce and flne Judgment concerning balanced material and decoration along with his keen busmess sense contnbutes so much every year to the success of the CoMUs Page One Hundred Tlurly sur 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. 11 . . . - 1 1 ' 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 ' 1 - 1 1 1 ., . . . . 1 1 1 1 ' - . , . 1 1 1 . . 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COIVIIUIS COMBINED CANARY AND BLUE AND Coxvlus STAFF Page One Hundred Tlurly seven C DNIUIS The Canary and Blue Wlth xts cheerful songs and gay plumage our own Canary has wlnged 1tS way stralght lnto the hearts of all A H S students Our IIVCS have been made brlghter and more 1HtCl'CStll'lg by its gay plumage of art work and its many and various songs of edltorlals storles feature artlcles sports and poems Here s to the Canary' May lt fly ever hlgher and hlgherl The Blue Book Perhaps the knowledge that we Senlors have IS not stupendous but we have we just had to have It to get anywhere ln A H S and we even found It very valuable when we got to be SCYIOUS and Senslble Senlors The Blue Boo 1S that helpful and guldlng handbook that contalns everythlng about A H S from the cheers and clubs to the Bell Program Last year s staff compiled a Blue Boo that has been found worthy of bemg used agaln thls year wlth only those changes necessary to keep It of current value The staff IS to be congratulated on Its thorough and fine work Page Om- lfundred llurly-clgfrl ff learned to depend upon the Blue Book. As gay green Sophomores we found that C ONIUIS Foreword to Covers Students of art and professlonal deslgners the world over have searched high and low for some new corner of art expression Thelr Interests have been centered upon the dxrectness and s1mpl1c1ty of folk art As a result European countrles such as Germany AUStTla France Sweden and Czechoslovakia have been over run wlth art expedltxons ln Amerlca such 1nst1tut1ons as the Metro polltan Museum the Pennsylvanla Museum of Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art have by thelr splendid finds created an lnterest ln the early Amerlcan Art The latest achlevement has been the d1SCOVCl'y of a heretofore unexplored mlne of rlchest folk art 1n Eastern Pennsylvanla ThlS Interesting cllscovery was brought about by the purchase of an old red earthenware plate embelllshed wlth floral and bird designs and an mscrlptlon ln German Wlth the date ISZ6 It was first supposed to be an example of Euro pean Skill but further search revealed the fact that some words were Inscribed ln Pennsylvanla Dutch From thls clue a serles of lnvestlgatlons discovered that thls curious art had been brought from Germany and that It existed ln Eastern Pennsylvama as early as the mrddle of the elghteenth century The artlst who searched out for the Canary these VlVld lnterpretatlons of local art IS Alvena Seckar 34 of the Art Department under the dll'CCt1Ol'l of Miss Schadt The staff takes thls opportunity to thank MISS Seckar and the Art Department for thelr splendid contrxbutlon to the Canary and Blue a contrlbu tion that brought the Art Prlze from the Pennsylvania School of Journal! m The whole SCTICS of covers IS here reproduced ln response to the expressed desire of the publlc to have them m color as examples of early local design rn pottery weavmg and carvlng Each cover IS accompanied by an authentlc explanatory note The mserts ln thls book MISS Seckar s actual sketches of famlllar local spots are also used ln response to the expressed lnterest IH these sketches and a desrre to preserve them Page One Hundred 7h1rly nm? 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 . , ' 1 1 . . . U ,, . . 1 1 . ' 1 . 1 . . . 1 1 1 Y .- 1 1 1 - . . . . , . . 1 1 1 CONIUIS As we btudy the qualltlem of thlz. url we come to dppre crate the bplrrt of these hdrcly color lovmg craft men who put ao strong a relleetlon of thelr per onalrty lHtO thelr work The dceompanvrng cover typleal of pottery of thla perrocl shows a desrgn probably representrng a chase or hunt Thebe drawlngs xx ere frequently found on ple plates Page Om llumfrul Porlzl 1 A' . 1 . V - A - C . L , . . . 5 , x . , , X . E , v . , , , ,r , 1 NKRY BLUE C C DNIUIS Of particular interest to natives of this vlclnlty is this copy of old Pennsylvania Dutch pottery It reproduces the motifs ueed on a hundred year old teapot now owned by MISS Schadt the head ofthe art department The bands of fall fruits and flowers are identical with the designs and pot the plate with its far famed decorative scheme IS an exact reproduction of an old pie plate Vivid attractive tlile. cover fairly challenges the reader to know its history Parr Um' Hunalrnf Fnrlu Ima the actual width encircling the top and bottom of the tea- CANARY B BLUE C ONIUIS The art of ClCCOI'dtlI1g pottery had ln the l8th century rlsen to such cl degree that truned men devoted much of their tlme to It Foremost among the potters of Bucks County was DclVld Splnner who hdd marked 'xblllty m pdnylng hgureb testify his ability The design copled from an old ple plate IS part of a set representlng the Deer Chase Page Om' Humfrcal Forfu four off-hand sketching. The grace and symmetry of the accom- V519 Lf? " 1,7-N QRJ EFUINJZQIEZY LIVE oo.:o.. O 0 Q . 00's . .. 0. g oo, ' Q.. . J 'C KJ, ,, f L IVA ,- f ,..1,. .fgxlb I ,414 1 K 1.3--IQ, y K 414. 'QMIVX .5 QONIU S Iqhe deslgn for thls cover lb cl modernized VCYblOIl of that on an old woven blanket owned by MISS Schadt of the Art Department The Oflglnal blanket with ltS gay red and mto 1tQ folds dll the hlbtorle rom lnee of thla section Xvoven ln the corner lb the IDSCIIIJUOH Manu aclured Ivy W00dY1Ng and Sczdcnspznricr Allcnlown Page One IlUl1t1YCl1FOYfU su . , 'I I ' white design, is nearly a hundred years old, and has woven , . 4 mmmmmf LYUJE Y K A Y E fm CUIVIIUS These rather pecullar but strlklng bxrd deslgns are copled from lngenlous decorations usual on old Pennsylvanla German blrth certificates Hlghly embellished with ornate decoratlons these certificates hold an unique place m art Speclally tralned artlsts performed this work As one of our faculty members cites a few days after the arrlval of a new member of a family the artlst was lnvlted to spend a xx hole day with the family to draw up and decorate a birth ccltlhcate Qeated at a table he carrled on his work drawlng designs forming scrolls prlntmg, and brlghtenmg the parchment with the use of many colors About hlm gathered the chlldren of the household staring fasclnated at the creatlon of the figures Even the older members of the famlly dropped thelr work to admire his dexterlty Page Une Hundred forlq clgfrl ' t , c . r v 1 , . r 1 v 1 . M , , . f . v RY is BLUE -'Q ' L I Fl CQNIU S The manual arts of a race or group are always the record of hls advance for from them we learn of hls every day llfe The arts of this vlcmlty were sometimes crude but seldom unattractxve as are so many modern machme made orna ments Llvmg condltlons slmpllfled all art There were however skllled craftsmen among the Pennsylvanla C-er mans And their work has been preserved, for ln the Pennsylvama Museum of Art reconstructed llVlng rooms are furnished with materials draperles and chests decorated with the motifs here reproduced Page One Hundred frfly v " ' v y - - . . , - - ' yk UI 0 'Ai 1 N HHH BDU I ag f rf " 1 1 9 Q Y 7 5 X W f I A X I Q Y! ' 1 212'-'S 5 K X , ,Q Q 23.29-223 7' 1 XX I N J 4 K 5 ' V' so 4 l s""'r Q x1 'QB' I 0 C ONIU S A great deal of care was glven among the Pennsylvanla Germans to the makmg of chests It was consldered a symbol or respectablllty and thrlft to own a good chest And smce these Pennsylvanla Germans llved ln sparsely settled communltles where there were few amusements thelr whole life centered upon the home Naturally decorated wedding chests known as Dower Chests held primary mterest These chests were filled wlth household goods whlch the brlde took wlth her to her new home They stones of anclent chrvalry plumed kmghts mortal combats or brlght flower des1gns embodylng the ever present tullp deslgn shown on thls cover and other lnterestmg symbollc and geometrlc des1gns So symbollc was the chest that the short story wrlters, among whom we proudly name our own Elsle Smgmaster have based stories on the sentlment attached to the carved helrloom Page One Hundred Flfly lwa .. . . . ., , , . , were most decorative, for illustrated on their panels we flnd , , , , - . . , . . . . - - .. .. , Canary L Blue Q. I-""'x,,." ' 1r+:'k xx' ' g Y 'Y K Y ya Y V I COIVIIUIS An lnterestlng hlStOfy accompanles this deslgn It s taken from a porcelaln teapot owned at present by Miss Elsle Heckman The teapot was orlglnally owned by the famlly of Baron Stlgel Colomal Glass and Iron Manufac turer of the Revolutlonary War It was then ln possesslon of acob Egge who e home Charming Forge IS Stlll stand mg 1n Womel dorf near Reachng The tltle of hrs manslon was qulte appropriate durmg Revolutlonary Days for Hesslan p11 oners who were quartered there helped to manu facture cannon balls at hrs forge The names of these prlsoners can Stlll he seen carved on the garret WlDdOW sllls acoh Egge then moved to Allentown and became the first brlck manufacturer The teapot was handed down from generatlon to generatlon so that It IS at present ln the hands of acob Lgge s great granddaughter hlsle M Heckman Page Om' I fumfred lwfly four Y - J , S , ' f' - .. Q . . . . - , . J J f' -f . . Y' '59 C29 Q 2 ' " C ONIU S Autographs Page Om, 1lur1dre4lFif1y-six 1 4 i 2 R 9 . 5 'H qv 1' Y ' 'FJ-' C OIVIIUIS "Footpr1nts on the Sands of T1 SECCND GRADE WAQHIIXGTON SCHOOL MAY l923 Top Raw Paul Uhler Wnnlfred Harris George Mertz Warren Wllbert Sterling Fluck Walter Darron Earl Hertzog Thomas lchleberger Violet Lymberry Lllllan Sleger Second Raw Rema Klme Herman Peters Third Row Robert Charles Dorothy Kocher Jeanette Gillespie Franklin Fisher Fourlh Row Mlss Stuart teacher Roger Lentz Grace Olewlne Doris Hartz Catherine Wood rmg Ernest Knaus Dons Delley Flflh Row Paul Troxell Ray Hawk Charles Snyder MIYIBHI Mxnner Ethel Franlcenfielrl Mary Funk Gxlbert Yost .Ioyce Schrader Anna Shankwexler Carson Kemp Fronl Row Anna Sterner Beatrice Shlffert Dorothy Helmbach Henry Nllnnlch Francis Fehr Lloyd Dexfert Gerald Quinn Page One flundrcnf Hflq scvern W ' 'men , 'E sf . T - v f , . I , . : l I v - o : . : . . . ' - 5 . , - , . " 1 l I 1 . C ONIUIS 'Q : ..,.l FRANKLIN FISHER WINIFRED HAUSMAN MARGARET LIEBERMAN osEPH PARME1' SYLVIA MELLNER 5 RORFRT LENTz CLADYS LAWALL Page One Hundred Flfly-elghl , CUNIUI S CCONIUIS RICHARD HEIL EMILIE PARNELL ROBERT HEISER CHARLES FRIES r WILLIAM HALL SIDNEY QUINN Page One Hundred Slxly ,IULIAN LEVIN GRACE Kuss PRISCILLA Sc:-IANTZ ,wig K, , I' I I TQ. E g I ' I I I I . i I I n 4. ' ' ' ' ' Y 4 CUNIUIS CQNIUIS -L ,l' Rurn BERNIIARD ..L.......4 REGINA Roxasnnv CCOIVIIU S P ICHARD HECI-:MAN HELEN HUMMEL RUSSELL MOYER JAMES MASON GRAC 'iii ff! RI1-A HERNANDEL WILLIAM HOLLBNBACH Page One Hundred Surly lhree CEKAMPAGNE I I . Q1 , , ,. k If ' Y A ' I I 'Q A x Q 4, I . 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CC IVIIUISS Class W111 We the class of IQ33 bemg whole of mmd and sound of body consldermg the uncertainty of llfe the certalnty of death and the needs of our successors do hereby bequeath the following 0 the class of 34 our proprlety and dlgnlty May you find a new partner for Bull Bartholo mew D 0 the class of 37 ot r successftl managerrent of plays dances and all other class affairs o the Incoming 5ophomores we will a splrlt of courage to withstand the lndlgnltles inflicted by the unlors and qenlors 0 all mathematlcal students we leave lVlr Wexnshelmer s Too loud speaker May you no le too terrlhed hy It Our EillflllOl'llllT'l periods we leave to our successors may they last longer and longer rl 0 all swlmmers we leave a sum of money for the purchase of non sknd soap to be used ln the showers To the athletic teams we bequeath our skill and flghtlng splrlt and we decree that the school give them whole hearted support To the high school we leave the cafeteria wlth an endowment of SI000 for the purchase of more mustard jars To the Blue Boo Camus and Canary and Blue we leave the very able unlors and we direct To the Sophomores the statues of Lmcoln and Washlngton to be used for contemplatxon and reverence To the lovers of drama the newly decorated audltorlum May all the seats be fllled And the Cyclorama memorlal gift of 33 To our classmates fond memorles of the black face farce presented by I09 We direct that they pay the blll for twelve cans of make up remover ln memory of the joyous day To tardy arrlvals the Bug Ben on the center portlco with a supply of oll for the running thereof Flo the martyrs of sclence those beloved lnsects who have glven their llves that the student of blologx may llve to know just what they were made of To the umors our sym athy and good wlll ln their campalgn for larger towels and lockers and fewer marchmg CYCTCISCS To all our classmates the generous supply of lclcle thrills provlded by The Thirteenth Chair To our Alma Mater a store of fond memories of the hours the class of 33 has spent wlthm her halls To our teachers our gratitude for the patience and the persevermg effort they granted us during these three happy years of our llfe To our school the lmposmg array of trophles that our students have given their best efforts to wln rl ake them' Add to them bv honest and earnest endeavor exerted always ln the splrlt of good sportsmanshnp and falr plav And as a hnal bequest we leave to the student bodv our devotlon to the honor and the tradl tlons of the Allentown Hugh School It xs the most cherished of our possessions We direct that they be truly revered ln witness whereof we have hereunto suhscrllxel our names and afhxerl our seal this day of June ln the year of our Lord l933 CLASS or NINFTEEN 'lnmrv THREE Page One Hundred Srxlu ugh! 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" .ru J., .- -"',' - 1 H 4., HQX x . 1213 Y. 2 1 f ' g 3 i 1,21-yi 5 3 .gp ilxf wif'- . 4 Wfpzfxhlx ' ' s CCOIVIIUIS The A H S VafS1ty Squad ames Garnet captam played an exceptlonal guard posltxon Salvadore Russlano although ln hrs first year was unquestlonably the ablest srgnal caller ln the league Jack McCarthy a snaky lme plungmg half back was responslble for many of the gained yards this season Leo Todd played a consrstently good game at fullback and wrll be back next year George Graner the mam key m the forward defense was also an rmportant cog m our OHCDSIVC Louis Demka Herman Conrad oseph Sewards and Charles Boyer alternated at the wmg posrtlons for the Canaries Fritz Burcaw scrappy guard was a great nunsance to enemy ball carriers throughout the season Robert Young and james Smxth took turns at the left tackle posltron and both handled xt royally Hall Deltrlck utllxty man ln our great backfleld was a consistent ground gamer and accounted for many a point ames Nlartm IS our super busmess man of athletics jam IS senior manager and a better one never knocked the dlrt from a football cleat The year was on the whole successful and a final rating gave us second place ln the state Page One Hundred Srxly nm: Cl I , , g t c Harold Snyder, the terror of opposing punters, has blocked many a kick. . . l ' . ' J Y . J ' ' ' ' : ' ' ' , CONIUIS Resume of 1932 Football Season The Canary eleven enjoyed one of the most successful seasons ever played by an A H S football team in spite of the fact that we tied two games and lost one The season was admirably topped off on Thanksgiving Day by a brilliant victory over Bethlehem Hugh Captamed by Jim Garnet this team dxsplayezl an unconquerable spmt and in the face of a poor start amassed a record that gave to A H S the second highest rating ln the State The Canary eleven opened the season with a scoreless tie playing against a heavy hard fighting Ashland crew Victory was sweet the next Saturday for Allentown but a bitter pill for West Philadelphia to swallow A 20 yard pass from McCarthy to Fries scored a touchdown nn the last mmute and turned out to be the margin of victory Stellar running by Burlan Todd and McCarthy ln the last quarter enabled the Canaries to score and by so domg to deadlock Phnlllpsburg by the score of 6 6 ln Reading the Crum crew broke through a highly touted Red and Black lme to take their second wln by the score of 6 0 Starting out with a first down the first play of the game A H S played the scrappiest brand of football so far this season grinding the Scranton Tech tribe mto the dust by the score of I2 0 Although Easton was first to score against the Canaries a never say die spirit prompted the Crum crew to turn defeat mto victory Scoring on a sleeper pass the EBSIODIHDS had the edge on Allentown until the third quarter when High School scored twice making the final score I3 6 Meeting a rather weak Minersvllle team the highly improved Canaries scored an easy I3 6 victory usmg the scrubs Suffering the first defeat of the year the Allentown crew lost to an experienced John Harris team 7 I0 Hugh School was twice nn scoring position but failed to register both times ln a game that resembled a practice session High School took Lebanon mto camp by the score of 24 0 For the first time since the annual Allentown Bethlehem clash was started the game was played ln Allentown in the jack Coffield Stadium It was a glorious climax to a successful season Bethlehem went under to the tune of IZ 0 The Canaries scored both touchdowns in the last few minutes of play making the Thanksgiving Day classic all the more thrilling Page One Hundred Seventy , . u y , - n . -' , , I , -. ,... , '- ' . - - U . . f '- , . , ,-. , . f ' 1 , . N mn un It 4 I ILC I II nn r N mln Iiurn ns 4lIl L N Personal Record of the 1932 Squad n I I T vm Ix I ll 4 X nun . Il'I mkn ll Nnlllln x I 'VXI Ix uIm N umm III uh I 1IIn Ixululf. klrkp lun k I I 1., 1 I Dllrn I CHEERLEADERS Page One Hundred Seventy-one ' 'IlmrI1- T: LII - ' - , 1 - 4,j11:ImAr4 - Q t.u:1I4 I'1'mQ - 1 - s II-I ' - im lillx-hmm .U 1 0 ll Ifri -N , . . . . JI 0 0 'I'wllI . .W I ll II IH- SIU-5' . . . ,. ll 0 0 51' 1 IIN If I 0 fn IIUTI-III , . 'I 0 0 NI' zulluy . .IK .I I lr Ill- ' , . , . .IT 0 0 Mlm-UI -lu ,. I0 I 0 fu .. ' .. . . ... 5 0 II II. IJ:-illiflx 10 I U 0 Il, l,xu14In'u-In ' -r , . , 23 0 0 IIII Iam , 10 .I I I0 IMI, I4' , . A , .4 ll 0 HQIIIL 'II 'I , IF- I 0 0 IM- n . l II 0 Ilfrlvtelnl . 5 I 0 0 Iv--run "r . , I 0 0 S1-I.lIU . IT II 0 Il '. , . . . 3 0 0 III-zmlnrllulxl ,. 3 Il 0 Il Ilirkm-. . , , Il 0 Il 1 ,. , 23 ll 0 0 fx ' 2 ' vl' .. 5 0 II Gzumft . . .. 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I I . , ' ' - . , 6 I" Y ' I 1 ,t C ONIUIS '-'Wil ' v' Resume of 1932 33 Basketball Season Once agaln an Allentown Hlgh crew emerged successful from a hard round of competition to wln the champlonshlp of the Eastern Pennsylvania lnterscholastlc League ln splte of begmnmg the season with two league losses the team dld not lose heart and Hnlshed the season wlthout another league defeat After wmnmg the championship of the league the Canaries advanced into the DlStTlCt Number Eleven playoffs by taking St Clalr Hlgh School Into camp ln the next game however Summxt Hlll avengmg a defeat of two years ago proved our Waterloo Not only cud the Allentown Hxgh team conclude the season as the second strongest defensive and OHCIISIVC team ln the league but lt placed Forbes lh the third posltxon of the mdlvlclual scoring llst The Canary and Blue team proved exceptlonally strong ln foul shootmg scorlng ISI from the free throw lme nn league competntlon alone ALLENTOWN Srkounsaunc. In the hrst game of the season Allentown showed up reasonably well The game proved rather one sided However ll gave Coach Crum a chance to find hls best balanced combxnatlon and he took advantage of the opportunlty by sendmg ln practically his entire squad The clash ended 33 I4 ln favor of Allentown ak Sk if HK ALLENTOWN PERKASU: Thus game was practncally a repetntnon of the Hrst ending agam ln favor of Allentown 28 I0 Burney had not yet found his best combmatxon as was attested by the many substitutions Page One Hundred Sevenlu Iwo 1 - ::J1.V-:- T ,Af as -tp: u . p T 'I 4 A ' . l l o a I 1 Bk HK ik Pk C ONIU S ALLENTOWN MAHANOY CITY SERIES The Canarles started out thelr league competition by golng down to defeat at the hands of a strong Nlahanoy Cnty crew The game was played ln an arena where the heatlng system had fanled and this may have had something to do with the 33 26 score ln favor of Nlahanoy City Revenge was sweet ln the second game Allentown wlnnmg il 22 The battle was mp and tuck throughout untll the last quarter when a veritable avalanche Of hell goals smothered the Nlahanoy Cnty crew Cllbert and Burlan were the bug guns xn thus game scoring four and three held goals respectively ALLENTOWN READING SE1uLs The Canaries agam halveel a series wlnnlng the flrst and losmg the second The flrst game ended 36 29 the second 29 32 ln this game the subs were used entirely throughout Burney was S3Vlng hls regulars for the Bethlehem game ALLENTOWN EAST STROUDSBURG SERIES The hopes of the Allentown fans were dlmmed once more when the Canaries sufferel thelr second consecutive league defeat by the close score of Z6 27 Allentown le,l I7 9 at half tlme but the Opposltxon put on a last half rally that clinched the game The second game of the serles proved more pleasing to Allentown Out for revenge the Crum tossers defeated the f:.ast Stroudsburg crew 43 23 The marvelous shootlng of lorbes featured thls game he alone scored I9 points almost as many as the entlre opposing team combined ALLENTOWN EASTON SERILS The play of Easton was futlle ln the face of the alr tight defensive and rapnl hre oflensxve of the Canary and Blue team After fallxng to start ln the first quarter Allentown launched a real Offensive ln the remainder of the game and emerged victorious by the score of 44 21 forhes con tlnued his hugh scoring wlth ZI pomts ln the second game Allentown agam won Although not running up as hugh a score the Crum crew clearly outclassed Easton ln every department of the game ALLENTOWN CA TASAUQUA In a rest game from the strenuous league competition Allentown easily defeated the Cement towners by the score of 25 I3 ALLENTOWN LANSI Om: Rather unexpectedly the Canaries met stiff competition from a hard hghtmg Lansford team The score stood I0 9 at the half and only a last mmute spurt gave us the necessary margm I9 IJ BF X PF Dk ALLENTOWN POTTsvrLLr Smut s The A H S team contlnunng nts wmnmg streak took Pottsvxlle into camp with a score of 35 25 The outcome of this game was determined by fouls Allentown scored I7 points from the free throw llne Pottsvllle led I8 I2 but the never say dxe splrlt of the Allentown team asserted ntself ln the last half and secured a victory The second game was almost a rephca of the first also endmg nn favor of Allentown with but two pomts dxfference m the score 35 27 Page One Hundred Seventy three . 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C OIVIIUIS ALLENTOWN NORTHAMPTON In a game that closely resembled a practnce SESSION the Allentown tossers anmhllated the Northampton crew Gllbert declared a hollday scormg I6 ponnts to the total of 42 for Allentown and 22 for Northampton ALLENTOWN HAZLETON SERIES For the second tlme In three years Allentown had the honor of defeatmg Hazleton on thelr home Hoof ln the hrst game Allentown won out by the score of 34 30 The Canarxes lead I4 8 at halftlme but got a scare when Hazleton spurted In the thlrd quarter The second game was not so closely contested the hnal outcome was 43 27 In favor of A H S Coker played the game of hIs lnfe not only scorIng I3 ponnts but repeatedly brealung up the mlners offense and stoppmg almost certam goals ALLENTOWN WIIITLIIALL The Whltehall crew went the way of many other teams In Ioslng to Allentown 28 I6 The Allentown boys dlsplayed a classy brand of basketball that swept the opponents ofl thexr feet ALLENTOWN TAMAQUA SERIES ln two fast games the flashy Allentown crew defeated the Tamaqua basltetecrs by the scores of 36 I4 and 24 I5 The hrst game was a runaway The second game was Inhnxtely more excltmg Although the Tamaqua team put up a good battle they were unable to catch up to the lead the Canarles had establlshed In the openmg quarters ALLENTOWN BETHLEI-IEM SERIES ln a game that completely surprlsed every one Allentown went over to the Steeltown and spurt on the part of the Bethlehem rlmsters faIled to change the outcome ln a later clash featured by spectacular play and rare action the Allentown team once more whlpped Bethlehem Bethlehem led I2 6 at the half and the Allentown fans were rather down hearted for Allentown needed thIs game to tle wlth Nlahanoy Clty for the league lead The Canary team Seemed off color and scored and made only one held goal In the hrst half However the game was not yet over Allentown launchmg a bulletllke oflenslve smothered opposltlon and went home wlth a vlctory 28 23 ALLI NTOWN LLBANON The crew agam restxng after the wnnnmg of the Bethlehem game the Crum substxtutes defeated the Lebanon crew by the score of 32 24 ALLENTOWN CENTRAL CATHOLIC HIC!! A tough Splflted not to be denled Central Cathollc Hlgh team Invaded the Allentown Hlgh Palestra and gave the Canarles a hard flght before they flnally succumbed 35 27 Hellerlch a comparatively new man ln the Allentown Ilneup was the bng gun of the nlght scoring I I pomts Sk Sk lk ik ALLENTOWN ASHLAND After being held to a I4 I2 score at the half by the Ashland team the Canary and Blue ran wlld to bowl over the opposxtlon to the tune of 35 26 Ashland just dwmdled and faded away under the fast drxbbllng and passmg attack Page One Hundred Seventy four ' fx sf 4: nf wk -If wk at fr ik as as ar as af FK whipped Bethlehem. 37-32. The A. H. S. crew led 20-I3 at the half, and even the last-Ininute ' 3 ' ak af at -If 3 ' rr at sf ak C CNIUIS ALLENTOWN-MAHANOY CITY The final records at the end of the year found Allentown and Nlahanoy City clinched in a tie for the Eastern Pennsylvania lnterscholastic League Championship A play-off was necessary and Pottsvnlle gymnasium was selected as a neutral floor for the game The Canaries played their most brilliant ball of the season and took the Nlahanoy crew into camp by the close score of 27 26 The game was as closely contested as the score indicates and was not decided until the final gun It was in a final burst of glory that Allentown won the league championship ALLENTOWN ST CLAIR In the first of the post season games Allentown advanced farther into the District Eleven play by defeating St Clair 22 I9 The game was not as hardly contested as the score might indicate the Crum crew clearly outplayed the St Clair team ALLENTOWN Suwuvur HILL ln the quarter Fmals of the District Number Eleven playoffs Allentown met its Jinx Summit Hill and although playing a brilliant game lost to a rangy more experienced crew At halftm'e Allentown led I2 I I but a rally on the part of Summit Hill turned vlctory into defeat ff., Page One Hundred Sevenly five . . . 41 1: 3 ak ' 1 . , - . 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F- A - N C ONIUIS 1933 Baseball Season Startmg the season wxth a snappy wln over Palmerton the A H S sluggcrs gxve promlse of a most successful season Dxckert a veteran of two years does most of the hurhng and IS a consistent hltter Smlthan a southpaw 1S showing up faxrly well his chance will come next year Nosal another veteran and heavy hltter can be depended upon to come through at the proper tlme Cooper IS the regular of the xnfield and outfield work In the second game the Crum Crew dropped a hard fought duel to Hellertown 8 3 A series of errors accounted for the defeat Dnsplaylng much better form IH the next encounter the Hugh School team xn a verltable slugfest took our ancient rxval Whltehall mto camp by the score of IZ I0 Commg up agamst Reading ln the Fanrgrounds dlamond the A H S crew defeated the Readmg team for the first tlme ln four years by the score of 4 3 The Crum team journeymg to Hellertown once again met their Waterloo losmg by the score of 6 I Errors and txmely hxttlng on the part of the Hellertown team accounted for the defeat Turning loose their bug guns the Allentown team reglstered I5 hlts to blast three opposing pltchers out of the box and complled I I runs to Catasauqua s 4 Flaymg Reaclmg for the second tlme and away from home the A H S boys made a clean sweep of the serles wmnnng once more by the score of 7 5 The Allentown team took over the Steeltowners Bethlehem ln a tnght game endmg 2 I Brllhant pltchmg by Dlckert and fine hlttmg by Nosal enabled the Allentown team to wm The games as yet to be played as thxs COMUS goes to the press are Palmerton home Whxte hall home Bethlehem away Page One Hundred Seventy szx 1' If 5 I ' E lm -5.M,tr . I I fo Xf backstop: Sewards, Gross, Panno, Russiano, Gallagher, Wolfe, Warmkessel, and Reinert,do most C ONIUIS 1933 Track Season Whlle the I933 A H S track team had some notxcealle wealmes es 1n pcle vanltmg and dis tance runs some ol nts memlters achxeved env1aI:Ie records ullan Lev n was unc efeated ln all competxtlon ln shot put estahllshmg a new hugh school record by throwlng a shot 44 feet IV mches durmg the Allentown Pottsvllle meet Another conslstcnt pomt wmner was Eddie Charles who could be depended upon to place ln the I00 and 200 yard dash Robert Laudenslager a swlft unlor took first place consistently ln the broad jump talung first place m five out of elght dual meets Th1s year s team was capably amnaged by Luther Ehret sennor student manager Aprll April May May May May May May june SCHEDULE I I Inter Class Meet 22 Alumm Meet 5823 AH9 At Easton n Lafayette Interscholastxc Easton Trlangular Meet Pot tsvllle Bethlehem 26fRead mg 3 Eastern Penn League Meet 4th place Page One Hundred Sevenly seven Seniors 5 I3 Iunlors Sophs 28 2 3 AIumn1 AHS 30 4 3 BHS S I' EHS ' - - r..,.. 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DMU S " fa Resume of 1932 33 SW1mm1ng Season Team Opponcnls A H Team Oppanenls A H S Norrlstown Blair Vs Blalr Academy Syracuse N Y NOYYI town Easton Reading Easton Boys Interclass Swim Meet Won by Seniors Class of l933J SI points unlors second 35 pomts Girls lnterclass Swim Meet Won by juniors fClass of I934J 67 points Sophomores second 40 pomts This season the swlmmmg team was entered m the Lafayette College lnterscholastlc Meet and the Lehrgh Unlversxty Meet ln the former the hrst place team cup was won by Allentown Lehigh Meet Charles Gumph 33 continued his record breaking performance for the 220 yard free style by establishing a new school record of 2 31 4 5 to wm first place Carl Schuler 33 placed second m the same event The Athletic Councnl this season also sanctxoned the entrance of Charles Cumph m the National lnterscholastlc Swlm Meet held at the Penn Athletnc Club He placed second rn the 220 yard event ln the Lehigh lnterscholastlcs the Canary and Blue team tled for fourth place among sixteen High School and Prep School team entrles David Hackett I8 coach and Melville Boyer faculty manager of the team SWIMMING RECORDS Elwood S Thomas Medal This medal IS for the most proficzent boy and gurl swxmmer at S Test IS for form and comprlses A R C Swimmers Test A R C Life Saving Test Dlvlng Swan Back Front and Back ack Knife Front and Back Somersault Dives Crawl Stroke 400 yards Back Crawl Stroke 400 yards Breast Stroke 400 yards Snde Stroke 400 yards 200 yard Medley fBack Breast Side Stroke Crawl Strokes l930 3l William Sxbley Betty Schuler l93l 32 William Ruhe Mltzl Metzger Allentown Chapter American Red Cross Medal for Most Prohclent Boy and C-lrl Life Saver at A H S I93I 32 Wllllam Sibley Evelyn Obert I932 33 QTO be announced, Page One Hundred Seventy ezghl ' aa ' 4' " ,. u s l y ri . - . . 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COIVIIUI S Boys SW11T1II11I1g Records, 1932 33 200 yd Relay I00 yd Breast Stroke 50 yd Free Style 220 y.l Free Style 25 75 Pool Pool 60 Fool Pool Pool Records Four Records Broken 47 25 Feb 25 I933 Agalnst Easton Sibley William Kudla Fdward Meyers Karl Schuler William I9 25 Dec Z2 I932 Rlley Norrlstown Muller Syracuse N 4 5 an 29 932 Agamst Easton Gelsmger Edwin 'Z 34 Feb I8 I933 Agamst Syracuse N Y I00 yd IOO yd I ree Style l50 yd Medley "5 Record broken Gumph Charles I0 3 5 Dec I8 58 9 I0 an 29 I932 I Agalnst Laston Gelslnger Edwin 'I 33 Dec 22 I93Z Agalnst Norrlstown Aclcley Charles Garnet Lewls Gumph Charles thls year School Records Flve Records Broken 'I 4625 Mar I8 933 At Lehigh Univ lnterscholastlcs Sibley Wllllam Kudla Fdward Meyers Karl Schuler Carl I 20 25 Mar I8 I933 At Lehrgh Umv Interscholasucs Garnet Lewis 25 7 I0 an 30 I932 At Harrlsburg Acad Gersmger Edwin 3I 45 Mar 4 At Lafayette College Interscholastlcs Gumph Charles " l75I0lVlar4 3 lnterscholastrcs ulnn Sydney 58 9 I0 jan 29 I932 Against Easton Gelslnger Edwin 'I 33 Dec 22 932 Agalnst Norrlstown Aclcley Charles Garnet Lewis School Records Four Records Broken 160 yd Relaq 23 4 5 Feb I0 933 At Easton Slbley William Kudla Edward Meyers Karl Schuler Carl 21 3 5 Feb I3 2 At Easton Garnet Lewrs 40 yd Free Slyle Z0 I 5 Feb I0 I933 At Easton Schuler Carl 36 jan 27 I933 At Reading Gumph Charles I5 Feb 20 l93I Aclxley Charles 0 a 3I 3I Ax Readxn Feb 20 I93I at Easton Gelsmger Edwin 'I' 180 yd Medley 160 yd Medley 58 an 20 I933 At NOTTISYOWD Aclcley Charles Garnet Lewls Gumph Charles Gumph Charles GITIS SW1mm1ng Records 1932 33 I00 yard Relay I 932 Dldra Marjorle McNabb Janet Beauchner Marle Grollman Bernlce 200 yard Relay 2 932 Cook Lols McNabb ,Ianet Beauchner Marie Grollman Bernice 75 yard Medley I 932 Hernandez Rlta Carpenter jean Goundre Rhoda I3 2 5 December I5 4 5 December I5 I5 2 5 December I5 I50 yard Medley 2 I8 December I5 I932 Welngart Rhoda Behr Dorothy Schlenker Beatrlce 50 yard Free 33 March 25 l93l Schuler Betty I00 yard Free I 202 5 DecemberI5 I932 Behr Dorothy 50 yargZBacl4 Stroke 43 2 5 December I5 Behr Dorothy 50 yIa5rd B3east Stroke 48 I 5 December Rosenberg Lee Diving Metzger Arlene 30 3l 3I 32 Schlenker Beatrice 32 33 Page One Hundred Seventy nme , . . - . 4' "'l: - , . . : - , . ,I - . . . 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L ' so I , L, , , I93 2 ' D I ' U ' - CCGNIU 5 Resume of 1933 Boys T enms Season Despxtc the hardshnp of having no coach the Allentown tennis team waded through nts Hrst season ln the Lehigh Valley Scholastxc League wlth a falr degree of success Although finlshed ln the lower cxvlslon as far as the team rs concerned the school attained the honor of havlng the champlon slngles player ln the League Bernard Ahelew played through the entlre season undefeated ln addltlon to thls our crack doubles team conslstlng of Sidney ulnn and Bernard Abelew tlezl for honors wlth the Palmerton team wlth only one defeat Only two members of thls year s team wxll be left for next season whxch means that an entlre new team will have to be established , . Q' 4 - ' p' , J . A.. . 0 . A. .S. . . . , Z 4 ' . . . 3 3 ' . , . Z 4 . . . 3 3 . . . 2 4 . . 2 4 . . I 5 . . . 2 4 ' . . 0 Bethlehem Read mg Easton Palmerton St roudsbu rg PERSONNEL OF THE TEAM Bernard Abelew Caflam Walter Frank Sndney Qumn Robert Glft Walter Reinhard ames Martln Donald Walp THE SCHEDULE H S pp H Opp Reading Palmer ton Bethlehem Easton 6 Page One Hundred Ezghly CCONIU S Resume of 1933 G1r1s TCHHIS Season Tennns untnl recently a new sport at Allentown Hugh School has progressed rapidly under the able leaclershxp of Coach Marlon Fenner The splendid co operation of the gurls promlses to make the season of I933 most successful Catherine Lutz Nlaryorle Nlatrog Mary Damels Wnnlfred Dc vlm Llllnan Sease Verna Peters Grace Wendner SCHEDULE FOR 1933 May I9 Easton at home une 6 Easton away -lunel0 Lan-xrlale at home junel3 Lansc ale avsay Page One Hundred Frghly-and . , . PERSONNEL OF THE TEAM I -I ,, . , - . ' 2 ' I CONIU S new Haw ' ?'f'i' GITIS, Basketball Team Season after season Coach MHFIOD Fenner has successfully coached wlnnlng glrls basketball teams but thls year she was especlally proud of her team for they won ten out of the twelve games played After many hard grllllng weeks of practlce the glrlsofflclally opened thelr season Wlth a 43 28 vlctory over Sellersvllle Perkasle Durlng the Chrlstmas holldays the A H S team bowed to the Alumnl team when they were defeated by a 32 25 score The team then had a Wlnnlhg streak defeatlng Emaus Northampton Whltehall Easton Lebanon and St Clalr Near the end of the season the glYlS journeyed to Easton where they were defeated by the score of 22 Z3 but they felt not too cast down for they had beaten Easton earller ln the season by a 23 I6 score At the close of the season Margaret Bell LOUISC Gemmel Mary Danlels Marlan Walters Jennle Steln and Leah Heffelflnger handed thelr sults ln knowlng that they would play no more basketball for A H S These glrls are to be congratulated on thelr wllllngness to co operate Wlth each other and Coach Fenner ln developlng such a fine basketball team The class of 33 extends a vote of thanks to Coach Marlon Fenner and her team and wlsh to all future teams the best of success ln the years to come Players Mary DHDICIS Margaret Bell Leah Heffelflnger Wlnlfred Devlln Carolyn Wood rlng Frances Relnhardt Tot Campbell Marlan Walters Loulse Cemmel Jennle Stem EISIC Casper Helen jascot Ethel Allender Lllllan Seace Arlene Whltman Manager jean Stermer Asszslanl Manager Eleanore Hennmger Page One Hundred Elghly Iwo My ,,,., .,,,, W.- ,., .. ., ,ij Q , W E ' v ' A -1. li' QW . i l 'D V 4 , s l - 've Q. 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A., ' ' ' ,... ,. -. tx , ,,, ,..,.,,.e,,.., . 4 ' A 'irq Jw' X, ' 'al' 1- 1 ' 4 4 - " ' :M "'fMw?Y.3gi"f t l 71 ' ' . . . , , . , . . , - - 1 - I , . , , , . . , j u I I x - . - .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - - .E : 1 ' H5535 G1TlS Hockey Team The gurls hockey team of 1933 has been a source of prlde to the Canary and Blue Our gurls d l I tue wlth Bangor on the home held and elced out a 3 I victory at Bangor The Canary score a and Blue team crushed Nazareth twlce with 6 l and 2 0 scores but Perkasne Sellersvxlle wlth an exceptionally strong team defeated us with 2 3 and 0 3 vrctorres h h corer wrth four goals wnth Magee and Gemmel as close seconds With the return of Brecht Lutz Magee Schaffer and Stem we are sure 1934 wxll be a banner season for a gurls sport which IS fast galnrng popularxty ln our A H 5 Walters Seng Schaffer Damels Magee Casper Xveulner PLA YP RS Ben Cemmel Devlnn Vrantz Stem eace R Stem Alanager M :ld red Dnehl Page One Hundred Erghly thru ' 9 Daniels, captain, was ig s A , ' . Al S CONIUIS J BIRNEY CRUM A H S Coaches BIRNEY CRUM A champlonshlp of the Eastern Pennsylvania lnter scholastic League ln basketball a second rating ln the state football competltlon and an enviable record ln baseball attest that the Allentown High School sports are m the hands of a capable coach a coach everybody lllces and everybody respects better a coach whose principles any boy may safely adopt and follovs Blrney Crum TOM BRENNAN Although Tom has his hands full teachlng unlors and Seniors the fine polnts of chemistry he also finds txme to serve as a first rate lme coach on the football team Together with lVlr Crum Tom IS a blg factor ID the success of the Canary and Blue grldlron machine PAUL CLYMER ln his second year as Jay Vee basketball coach and head coach of track Pauley has convinced us that he knows the working methods of a good mentor Besides fulfllllng these psoltlons admlrably he serves as gym naslum mstructor and does he make the fellows move' THOMAS BRENNAN PAUL CLYMER Page One Hundred Eighlyqfour C DMU S A H S Coaches MARION FENNER Among the lassles at A H S there IS no more popl lar hgure than their coach of basketball and hockey When MISS lfenner IS not busy with a gym class she is busy working out basketball plays and apparently they are good ones for they are most effective against all opposx tlon MELVILLE ,I BOYER And this ls the man who keeps the tennis team all balled up that very busy man Mr Boyer It was largely through hls efforts that the Lehigh Valley lnter scholastlc Tennis League was organized and nn YCCOQDI of the league Besides managing tennis he devotes a great deal of time to the successful management of the track and swlmmlng teams RALPH WETHERHOLD Besides teachlng botany and biology Mr Wether hol l manages the affairs of the three major sports l IS largely through the efforts of Mr Wetherhold that the students of A H S have such splendid facxlltles for participating ln athletic sports He I9 also an active representative at the Eastern Pennsylvania lnter scholastlc Football Conference havmg served as presx dent at one tlme Nllss FFNNER MELVILLE .l BUYER RALPH WETHERHOLD Page Une Hundred Ezgllly five l Q tion of those efforts he was elected secretary-treasurer 1 ' . ' . .. t f l l Charles Boyer Hall DlCtTlCh Charles Fries John Burlan ohn Young H rman Conrad Richard Dlckc CONIUIS C9.1'C1'S of Vars1ty A Football ack McCarthy Leo Todd Robert Schultz Kenneth Poust Steve Petrlsky l ours Demlco Carl Dellv Cxeorge C raver lhomas C allagher Harold Snyder Nevin Nonnemacher Harold Kahn Frederlc Burcaw Qmlvadore IQUSQIHDO umes Carnet Robert l 'xudenalagc-r Boys Bas elball Luther Laudenslager Nell Boyle Robert Cnft ames Martin Abraham Hanna Donald Wentzel Robert Herrlty Wallace Forbes Fugenr- Cxroseman Donald Reber Robert Hr-llerlch ohn Hurnn oe Sewards Wllbllr ClllJ6Tl ack IWCC lrthy Lee Coker lrvlng Perkms lwarl Repp Robert Stokes Baseball Thomas Callaghcr Robert Hellerlch l ony Panno oe Sewards Peter Coopcl Earl Nattrcei Salvadore Russlano ames Smltham Rlchard Dlckert Stanley Cross oseph Nasal ohn Warmke so I rack Luther I hret Manager ullan Levin Wllllam Sibley Kenneth Poust Nelson Reese Edward Ch xrles Wlll30ll Petere Martin O Hana .gllllfflllllllg Ruesel Bower Manager Charles Cumph Carl Schuler Charles Ackley Joseph Gergely Karl Mey ers Lewis Carnet Earl Behr Czrls Margaret Bell Elsie Casper Mary Daniels Wlnlfred lj6Vlll'1 Louxse C emmel William Snbley Edward Kudla Wlllldm Qehelley Paul Chrlstlansen Eugene McFadden Sldney Qumn Robert Smlth Baskclball Lea Heffelfmger ennle Stem Marlan Walters ean Stermer Marjorle Diehl Hockey Mlldred Diehl Manager Mary Damele Nell Butson Lucllle Sens, loume C emmel Jennle Stein Anna lrantz Marmn Walters Margllerlte Bell Marne Worman Wlnlfred llevlm Plate Casper Lllllan Segal Page Oni' llundre1lE1gl1lq wx ' gg U .I V J " f. 3' Q ' f . . J ' -I . ' . 7 A . ' ' .L J " , -k B, C' T' J' ' J .' A . I J J .t f , J K - J . J 3.1 AI . . V 4 ' . . W' , C OIVIIUIS 9, .!"" ,ff G1r1 Reserve Counc11 The purpose of the Curl Reserve Council IS to co ordmate the work of the five hugh school Girl Reserve Clubs and to further the Curl Reserve spxrnt among the hugh school students and ln the community To find and give the best IS the aim of each Curl Reserve OFFICERS Preszdent Bernice Lehr Rec Secrelary Arlene Zlegler V zce Prcsrdent Gladys LaWall Treasurer Genevxeve Klotz Cor Secrelary Janet DeLong Adviser lVl1ss Lottie Angell MEMBERS Bernxce Lehr Betty Parson Gladys Lawall Margaret Kavallcovltch Arllne Ziegler Marjorie Nlaytrott Regina Roxberry Lnlllan Seece Ella Wrem Eleanor Smith lanet DeLong Dons Farne Cenevleve Klotz Althea Laubach Eleanor Weller Page One Hundred Erghly seven 1 -gl ' " 1 f n . 4 . , V 1 r , 3, ' l 2 is , , l I U ' 5 , -ks l ,IA 0 Q 4 an " M A , X yzrr A ? 'H , M I uh F , DNIUI S pn-rvw N a1h Pleda Debatmg SOC16ty All the gurls of A H S who have been lnterested m developmg their abxllty lh debating have found ample opportumty to do so In Nalh Pleda During the past year the club has admirably lived up to the standard set by former members The club has been fortunate 1n obtammg Mlss Heffner for a coach and advxser Mass Heffner has co operated and msplrezl the members most effectxvely The requirements for admlssxon include an average of 85 per cent m all subjects and wlllmg ness to work Meetmgs are held every two weeks at the homes of the members To be a member of thxs soclety IS an honor for the glrls are carefully selected and represent an mtelllgent and ambltxous group The club IS confident that the Junior members will carry on the work of the orgamzatlon credltably OFFICERS Fzrst Semester Second Semester President Laura Packer President Betty Hass Kaarl lf :ce President eanne Kopenhaver Vice President Jeanne Kopenhaver Secretary Betty Hass Kaarl Secretary Margaret Gruber Treasurer Marlon Rau Faculty Advzscr Mass Esther Heffner livelyn Arner Vnvxan Bender Ruth Bittner Grace Champagne Margaret Gruber Betty Hass Kaarl Eleanor Heist Ruth Held Dorothy Johnson MEMBERS Clive ones Jeanne Kopenhaver Catherlne Spang Fllzabeth Taylor Gladys Lawall Bernice Lehr lean Lrehr Ednth Matthews Louise Metzger Mmam Mmner Bertha Neubert Laura Packer Marlon Rau Geraldine Relnsmlth Ella Renter Alvma Seclcar Geneva Smith Dorothy Yeager Page One Hundred Eighty crgfzt f-Q gi tt, -Q i t C ONIUIS Orotan Debatmg QOC1Cty The Orotan Debatmg Society ranks among the mo t active clubs ln our school During the last two seasons of A H S Varsity debatmg Orotans have formed the majority of the teams personnel lts members after graduation have drstmgulshed themselves along forensic llnes rn leadmg colleges lt maugurated an unter club debate this year with a vrctory over the Nalh Pledlans The president Edward Charles was on the varsity m hrs Junior year The club has grown stronger year by year untll It has become one of the leading clubs ln the school OFFICERS Preszdenl Edward Charles Secrclary Edward Schrfreen Vice Preszdenl Harold Kahn Treasurer Theodore Schexfle Publlcxly Agenl Alvm Butz Facully Adviser Mr Rxchardson 'Harold Kahn 'Edward Charles Theodore Schelfle Edward Schxfreen Paul Nielson Lamont Wenner john Selp 'james Coyne " Varsnty Debaters MEMBERS 'Morton Nleyer 'Edward Lampel Lewis Shanlcweller Walter Bastian Paul Frxes Carl Hessmger Wrlllam Bartholomew Alvin Butz Walter Fganlc Page One Hundred Erghly nme CONIUIS Der Deutsche Jugend Vere-1n The German Club one of the most interesting societies of A H S has enjoyed a most success ful year At the various meetings held every other Wednesday after school in Room Zll the programs have been both educational and enjoyable The purpose of the German Club is to promote a keen interest in conversational German Applicants for admission to the German Club must have an average of eighty five per cent of the German Club hand the reins of the organization over to the Class of 34 with a hearty wish for the continued success of the club OFFICERS F 1 rst Semester President james Coyne Vice President Viola Pummer Secretary Dorothy Wiegner Faculty Treasurer Mr Allam Second Semester President Melville Schmoyer V we Preszdenl Rebecca Seem Secretary Dorothy Wiegner Faculty Treasurer Mr Allam Publrczty Agent Mabel Mushke Publrclty Agent Edward Schifreen MEMBERS Rebecca Seem LaRue Laubach Mary Daeufer Agnes Stuckley Mabel Mushlce Margaret Kavalkovlch Viola Pummer Laura Packer Polly Whltbeck Freida Wahrman Jay Fetterman Paul Neilson Althea Wood Emily Knerr Anna Shankweller Margaret Peters Melville Schmoyer Edward Schlfreen lames Coyne Robert Lentz Abraham Berkoff Paul Fries Richard Conrad Kramer Schatzlem Page One Hundred Ninety t and write a composition of three hundred words pertaining to some German subject. The Seniors XVIEIHBERS CCOIVIIU S Le Cercle Franca1s Le Ccrclc Francais was organized seven years ago by a group of glrls Interested ln convcrsa tlonal French and ln attamlng a wider knowledge of the llle and customs of French people The onlv requirements for membership are an average of 85 per cent ln French and a keen Interest ln the French language and m France Meetlngs are held at members homes once a month at whxch time programs and games are all earned on m French OFFICERS Preszdenl MdIgUCfllC Bowman Sccrclury Eleanor Smith Vice Presldenl Helen Pearson Treasurer Dorothy Sexb Adviser Mlss Edelstem Dorothy Aronsky Betty Bastlan Marguerite Bowman Mina Butz Ruth Butz Helen Gerhart Margaret Gruber Wlnxfred Houseman Sara Mellner Emllle Parnell Helen Pearson Frances Peters Regina Roxberry Dorothy Serb Adelaide Schiff Beatrice Schlffert Eleanor Smxth Madeline Stary Mary Turzyan Prlscllla Schantz Elizabeth Long Adele Bury Ruth Behney Barbara Bovle Betty Cantlln Jean Carpenter Lois Cool: Wlnlfred Devlln Lenore Edel loyce bery Beatrice Hanlon Flora Kemp Grace Kless lanet McNabb Sue McFadden Ethel Mealey Isabel Neuweller Alvena Seckar Bernice Schaffer lsabel Rohrbach SYlVla Schulman Page One Hundred Nmely one . . 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A ' Y ' A .an I ' - - f . . - - IWEMBERS Eleanor Hennlnger ONIUIS E1 Clrculo Espanol The purpose of the Spanish Club IS to promote a better understandlng of Spam and the Spanish speaking count nes The meetmgs are held bl monthly alternating between the school and homes of the various members OFFICERS President Eleanor Finkel Secretary Betty Hass Kaarl V :cc Presldenl Annabelle Trexler Treasurer Dorothy Alexander Faculty Advzser Mr Muller Margaret Bender Frances Bender Ruth Bernhard Eleanor Finkel Jeanne Kopenhaver Annabelle Trexler Dorothy Wert Mae Laudenslager Dorothy Alexander Betty Hass Kaarl Page One Hundred Ninelq two DNIUIS Home Econormcs Club The Home Economlcs Club conslstmg of junior and Senlor gurls of the Home Economlcs Department meets bl weekly The business meetmgs whlch mclude talks by outsnde speakers are held Wednesdays after school m the llvlng room of the Home Economics sulte whxle soclal affairs usually parties are held ln the evenmg at the homes of the members The Hallowe en soclal whlch was also the xmtlatlon for ,Iumors was one of the most dellghtful socxal functlonsof the past year Although the mann purpose of the club IS to further Interest ln work related to the home economics field the members also engage ln soclal and welfare work This Includes trlps to department stores and to demonstrations of home appliances At Christmas the club does soclal service work Christmas boxes of goodies are packed and distributed for the Good Shepherd Home This work ns financed by the club members from the sale of candy and metal sponges The dues flve cents a meetmg are used for social affaxrs and to pay for a substantial memorlal gnft for the use of the Home Economlcs Department The club had an actnve program of entertamment for l93Z 33 and ended the year with a most pleasant farewell celebratlon OFFICERS Presldcnl Frances Lambert Rec Secrelary Marguerite Bell Vrce Prcszdenl Elsxe Ressler Cor Secretary Geneva Smlth Treasurer lwsther Phllnps UE VBERS Dorothy Hower Evelyn Benner Gladys Roderick Ruth lVllller Carolme Schlelcher Nlxldred Egolf Page One Hundred N mety three C ONIU S The Clubbe The Clubbe with its motto to further llterary actlvlty has lately broadened its scope by lncludlng the study of all good literature The development of the members literary talents IS advanced at each monthly meetlng so that the organization can truly be sand to be worthy of nts motto The members feel that these meetings are a real mspxratxon and mental stimulus Con trnbutlng valuable maternal to the Canary and Blue has become an additional purpose of The Clubke Requlrements for membershlp mclude a good standxng ln Englnsh and the ablllty to wrlte acceptably Under the expert guxdance and leadershrp of Mass Helen Gerhard faculty advxser The Clubbe has come to occupy an mfluentxal posxtxon ln the hugh school OFFICERS Preszdeni Joseph Parmet Vice Preszdenl Ruth Butz Secrelary Laura Packer Treasurer and Faculty Advxser Mass Gerhard David Aldrich Ruth Butz ohn Ensenhard ,lack Garner Charles Hoffman Kenneth Mlller loseph Parmet Helen Pearson Vlola Pummer Helen Rockmaker Ruth Sllverman Betty Snyder MEMBERS Loulse Berger Ben Daubenspeclc Alma Fluclc Wlnlfred Hausman Mildred Lewis Laura Packer Emilie Parnell Robert Prutzman David Roessler Rebecca Seem Elmor Smxth Dorothy Wxegner Page One Hundred Nlnely four N . . . C ONIU S N at1ona1 Honor SOC1ety The Natlonal Honor Soclety was organized by Mr Mlller ln l925 because he lrelleved that scholarship should he given as much attention as dramatlcs sports c'el:atmg or creative literary work After elght years of steady growth thxs socxety has tecome one of the important organlza tions of our Alma Mater The National Honor Soclety was organlzed not only to create enthusxasm for scholarshxp but also to stxmulate a deslre to render servlce to the less fortunate to promote worthy leadershxp and to encourage the development of character ln the puplls of the Allentown Hugh Schocl The honor of bemg a memlzer of this natxon Wlde society has teen conferred on the fcllowmg OFFICERS First Scmesler cccond qemcslef Prcsrdenl Mma Butz President Melvm Schaefler Vrce Presadenl Wrllard Kerschner Vrce Prcszdent Willard Kerschner Secretary Helen Pearson Secretary Dorothy Kocher MEMBERS persons Lllllan Arnold Muna Butz Ruth Butz Howard Baller Marguernte Bowman Joseph Bogart Ellzabeth Bastxan Anna Horrowltz Sydney joffe lean Kopenhaver Renxa Klme Dorothy Kocher Joseph Kurjack Elizabeth Kerman Wnllard Kerschner oseph CSl.lllCk lames Coyne Ruth Conrad Edward Charles Benjamin Daubenspeclc Wllllam Drelsbach Cyril Duda Mary Daeufter Grace Champagne Richard Dlclcert lohn Desch Luther Ehret Anna Frantz james Fltscar Eugene Grossman Helen Cearhart Frederlck C-utekunst Betty Hass Kaarl Sara Hendricks Carl Hessmger Anetta Hartman William Hall Richard Held Eileen Heydt Helen Hummel Harold udt Richard Schmoyer Dorothy Sell: Samuel Schadt Agnes Stuclcley Dorothy Schlelcher Robert Smrth Sidney Qumn Mary Krlebel Frances Lamlzert Bernlce Lehr Harold Levenson Ralph Laubach Arthur Mertz Paul Hunsncker Viola Moyer Russel Moyer Carolyn Muller Kenneth Miller Rose O Donnell Helen Pearson loseph Parmet Viola Pumrner Laura Packer Donald Reber Henrietta Romlg Regma Roxherry Robert Stokes Anna Shankweller Rebecca Seem Melvin Schaeffer Lewls Shanlcweller Eleanor Smlth Melville Schmoyer lessxca Slutter Evelyn Silverstein Annabelle Trexler Mary Turzyen Ada Urffer Althea Wood Adolphe Wagner Earl Walbert Charles Aclcley Alma Fluclc Louise Metzger f , J ' J ' ' f . 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Comme-:rc1a1 Club The Commercial Club one of the youngest organlzatlons ln the Allentown Hlgh School was formed for the purpose of promotlng xnterest ln the study development and research ln all sub jects pertalnmg to modern buslness The alm of the club IS to become acqualnted wlth the surrounding business concerns and to supply them with students who are capable lh the commerclal field Admlsslon to the club requlres an average of 85 per cent or above ln the Commerclal Course The organlzatlon holds lts bl monthly meetmgs at the homes of its members Due to the untlrlng efforts of lVlr Edgar Rabenold the faculty adviser the club has been unusually successful 1n all 1tS undertakings OFFICERS Preszdenl Elleen Heydt Secretary Dorothy Kosher Vzce Prcsxdent Ruta Hernandez Treasurer Walter Frank Carolyn lVl1ller Alxce Neldllnger Helen Hummel Dorothy Kocher Renxa Klme Lllllan Arnold Vlola Pummer Emlly WllCaP MEMBERS Lamont Wenner Franklln Flsher Russell Moyer Ralph Laubach Wllbur C-llbert Rlchard DlCkCl't Charles Ackley Edward Charles Rlta Hernandez Flleen Heydt Beatrlce Kurtz Grace Kohler Charles Horvath Walter Frank Willard Kerschner Earl Moyer Page One Hundred Ninety-six CUIVIIUI S Ph11ate11c SOC1Cty This school year marks the sixth anniversary of the society of stamp collectors Allstudents are Cllglble to Jom Weekly meetings were held agaln ln Room 2l5 The annual CXhlbltlOl'l was held ln the library of the Hugh School the week of anuary 30 to February 3 l933 The judges awarded the society s certificates of honor to Mark Clewell Russel Well and Thomas Bachman hrs! prizes Professors Roy Allam Charles Bachman and Daniel Hamm served as judges OFFICERS Preszdenl Mark E Clewell Treasurer RusselG Well Secretary Ernest C Duerr Faculty Advzser Melvnllej Boyer Ellsworth Hennlnger Mark E Clewell Russel G Well lqrederlc Cutekunst Ernest C Duerr Jr William Schlechter lrwm Goodman MEMBERS Leroy Relchenbach Kenneth Schaffhause Thomas Bachman Donald Ferry lqranklm Fisher Joseph G Gutekunst Phnlllp Portz Louis Bueler Page On: Hundred Nmelu seven . 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COIVIIU S -1 ' fII7" A H S Chorus On February 8 l933 the Chorus accompan1ed by part of the Orchestra presented to the mus1c lovers of Allentown as ICS annual concert The Chrmcs o Normandy by Flanquette It was the worst weather of the w1nter A ternble bI1zzarcI was ragmg just at the t1me for the aud1ence to assemble However seven hundred people were present and enjoyed one of tl-1e best concerts presented 1n Allentown thls season From remarks made by the patrons we conclude that thxs concert compared very favorably wnth what IS known as the hlgh water mark concert namely the opera Martha g1ven 1n I9Z8 Dr Warren F Acker who tralned and conducted the performance must be g1ven unreserved pralse and congratulatxons for under h1s d1rect1on the mus1c of our school IS second to none of the hxgh schools Beatrlce Dougherty was a spIend1cI accompamst for the Chorus th1s year MEMBERS OF CHORUS Sopranos I1111II1 1In11,r111 I-11I111 Xr111r M 111 ll LI 111 lr I11I1s B11 1 1 1 I 111 Man III IIr11'I1 B1 1 -Idlll IIl'l 1I11r I1I1 11I1 IIYIIIIQI' I11u1s1 II11rg1r II1 11111r '111111I11II br1u LI1a1n1'11,111 I'l1a1111r lI1'1rl1-s R11s1 1111 I1 IIIAICIIIIL D11II ,I11111 Frm D11r1sIar111 j111c1 I'1111111.1r H1I1I1 I-.1111 TIIZILII C race I' mst Ruth Itll st1r1111I11 r UI111 I 1 111tz I' Is11 I fl 1111.111 XYICIIL C11r1I1111 K I11I1s H I II1 1tr1c1 II111Io11 Q I1.1rI11tt1' Hausm 111 s I1I11 II II1 11It I atI11 r 1 111111 K 1r1111111cI1 II 1rr11 1 K11111111r1 r I I1 Il 1 r K r11 ,Il'lII K111111I1111r lt1r11I111 Kflllxt X111 I1 I 1 1,1 I1 I fl Les Ixldli r XVITLI 11.1 M1rcI11'-tlo R111z1 M 111r1 U1I1 11I1111111-r OII1 1 1 0111 11s M11 Ir11I l'111l11-.I11 II I1 I' 1r'-1111 1 I 1 1 r X 1 1I1 Illlllllll r Illllll R 1I II 1 Rohr 1 1 R1 1 111s X111 S If 1r111 SI1I1 11I.1 r 1I11 II 1111 III S 11-. 111 lllll I1l1I11tI1 'I 11 H I1 Il 'I'11I11r II I1 ll XV1u1II IJor11tI11 X1 11,1 r xfllllt Z111,I1 r Altus 1111111 '1r111 r NI1r1I1 Ih1'I1111 111 111111 II11k -.111 lflblllb I II 11 1 1111 s1 II1 1111111 'NI lfglll 1 11w111111 I flllfl S11 1 11.1 II1 1 Doro IN I I1 1rw1l1 r 11r11tI11 111111111 IIarr11l K fl SIII 1 RoIxrst1111- Dr.1yt1111 Ruth Dr1 ISIJZCII TI11Imt1 Ir11I1 Ethsl I ra'1k1-1161 Id Margu1 r111 Ifmnu Mac Fa v1g111r Mildred Gen CIIIIIIPI' Ptta holdstun Ruth K fllll Grace Haas Ruth Held fatlwnne Hertz FIPBDIIY Hetzlr-r Margaret Hof-hle Verna Hufnane-I I llen Inhst GCIILSICVE Klolz Em1lyKn1:rr Grace Long Betty Mat t r11 St1II1 XI1s1It11 IXIIYIIIII NI111111 r I111r11 Il N11 1 YIIILK SI11ff1r Ruth Slllllll Ir1111 S11II11I11 I 1r 1 1 ll I1I11I1 Iillllhlflslll II1 11111r N1111111111r XIIIII 1 1v IIII I 111r1 I'11k1r X1111.1 R1 11s1111I1r 'XI 1r1,1r1 t Rohm -.1111 D11rotI11 ScI1I111I11r 'XIXCII 1 Sscltar I ranccs SUIIIILIIQ K dlIlf'!'IIl0 S11.I11r IXIIITIII Ward I l1a1111r W1 rI11 XIIII 1 Z1mm1 r111111 Ienors I 1111 rson 1II1r11.I1t C I1.1rI1 1 Ii111111r 6 harlvs 1111' 1f1r1I or1111sI11 Q 1I11r1I 1 I lbllflfllclll I 1I1v 1r1I D111 rr xxllllllll I 1-.111I 1r1I V11 11 111I11 1 mul. ls r I'111I I r Q K 1rI C'1II11 rt Nlorrxsf 11r1l1cL K11lI111111 I'I1 YNCIIIII Ir1-d xwllllll C 1rI H1 ss1111.,1 r VV IX 111 H11II11 II R111I1111 Ixra17 1r1I P1t1rs I11I11'1r1l S1I11111rl1111 I11s111I1 Sillllll rI1111 1111I11II11111 XI1r11I 'IIIIIII II SIIIIIII I,IXlII Sl11r1'I1 I r11I1 r11I1 SIIIIIIII XX 1Il1 r SKK 1rt7 '1I11I1 11I Tn 111 1I 1111.1 11I111 XX 1I!1 r I1111s X111111, Basses R1l11l1 I'I.11I1 1 Ix111111lI1 II11I1111111 XI1r1I11111 II1 rl-1111-f H1111 1r1I Ii1111I.s C rug, Ii11rI.I111I1I1r 'w1111I1111 1r11I. 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' '- ' 111, , - -, , , 1 , - C ONIU S A H S Orchestra The orchestra with Mr Prescott concluctmg has had a most eventful season It provided music for Christmas entertamments ln audntorlum and for both the Senior and jumor Class plays The Chorus m lts production of Chimes of Normandy was well supported by the capable orchestral accompanxment Thus organlzatnon also took part m the concert gxven on April 28 and played for the commencement exercises The school feels a justifiable pnde ln nts orchestra PERSONNEL V :alms Clan nets Joseph Rosettl Stanley Holtz Sterling Snyder Russel Hendricks Cordon Trensbach Ernest Miller Kenneth Mlller Everett Mlller Bacchany Cocca Mary Weaver Sarah Mellner lola Johnson Cornels Phlhp Porty Catherine Hrll Robert Snyder Elizabeth Durand Charles Stewart Phxllp Hoffman Paul Ebefhafdt Ethel Kurjaclc Horns Arthur Sussman Nelson Rodman Vlolas Wlllnam Ruch George Short Saxophone, Lxl yan Sleger Osvnlle Kale Ceflo Bass Vzolr n Berth Neubert Leonard Schollenberger T'0"'l"0"'5 Robert Knauss Allen Musselman Plano Dum, 1, Frances Stevens Mary Schaffer jonph Schmuh F lute Tymparu Dallas Stonebaclr Ernest Knausn Page One Hundred Nmdy nme H.. , , ,, ' If . . . . , . , . , . . . - . CONIUIS A H S Band The band has had a most successful season under the capable dlrectlon of Mr Prescott l s peppy muslc gave color and llfe to all football games and nts fine marchmg between halves received favorable comment from every one Basketball games swlmmmg meets and the football banquet were also enllvenecl by lts presence However the band doesn t play for sportmg events only its second annual concert glven on April 28 was a most enjoyable production PERSONNEL C Iarmels Barxlones Kenneth Miller Russel Hendricks Morris Gorellclc Rxchard Brobst Everett Muller Melville Schmoyer George Boyer Jay Fetterman Carrol Hudders Wilbur Thomas Bachman Allen Zlegenfus Charles Mxller Edward Moser Wllllam Grasely Danlel Sherman Norman Bell Gerald Smith Ben Smngley Wood Flule Dallas Stonebaclc Robert Snyder Noble Flster Paul Eberhardt Elizabeth Durand Clarence Kelser Cornels Wxlllam Schlener Sara Charles Harry Adams Eugene Ganghran Robert johnson Bruce Beacher Trombancs Robert Knauss Robert K Rumble Warren Yeager Leonard Cllckman Allen Musselman Robert Zxmmerman Vlolet Clvler Horns Arthur Sussman Richard Arbogast Nelson Rodman Peter Sabchak Basses L Schollenberger Fred Kmney Ernest Knauss Henry Hass Saxophones joseph Dougherty Marvm Trach Lllyan Sxeger Osvllle Kale Harold Levenson Paul Frles Drums Mark Wessner Wllllam Bartholomew Melvm Horn Bernadlne Blllman Howard Wilson Page Two Hundred w . . 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I I l . t Russel Kunkle Frank Boyer John Beacher Harold Welsh CQNIUIS The Semor Class Play THE THIRTEENTH CHAIR Changing the policy of former years the Sennors selectx g a play that would have ln lt the appeal that all good mystery thrillers provlde undertook Bayard Velller s three act mystery The Thrrlecnth Chan' Sixteen senlors after weeks of faithful rehearsmg wlth Helen K Smith dramatic director appeared on Frlday December I6 I933 at 8 I5 when the curtams parted for the first performance Each member of the cast acted his role admirably The actlng and the staging both reflected excellent trannmg and preparatnon on the part of the prmclpals and those ln charge of the pro duction ust before the presentation here the same play was staged by a dlstlngulshed cast at the Forty eighth Street Theatre The play proved a sensational success and commendatlon flowed freely from both faculty and audnence It was decxded therefore that a second presentatxon be gnven ln answer to the numerous requests Defymg the laws of superstxtlon the evenmg of Frlday the thlrteenth was chosen for the second presentation and at exactly thlrteen mmutes after exght the large audience that filled the audxtorxum was agam thrllled by the superb actlng Members of the cast lncluded Ruth Butz Helen O Nell Kenneth Mlller Will Crosby Margaret C-ruber Mrs Crosby David Storch Roscoe Crosby oseph Parmet Edward Wales Eleanor Smith Mary Eastwood Eileen Heydt Helen Trent Verna Hufnagel Grace Standxsh Alvin Butz Braddlsh Trent Raymond Hawk Howard Standish Edward Charles Phlllp Mason Dorothy Wlegner Elizabeth Erskine Walter Frank Tlm Donahue Francis Fehr Pollock Beatrice Kurtz Rosalie La Grange Franklin Flsher Sergeant Mike Dunn The Hrgh School orchestra furnxshed muslc and valuable assistance was glven by the art department of the hugh school The furmture was provnded through the courtesy of Leon s John Elsenhard was m charge of the properties with the Mxsses Dorothy Walt Ruth Rabenold Adele Leipzig and Vlvlan Bender assnstnng The commnttee of arrangements consisted of Alvm Butz chairman Ruth Butz, Enleen Heydt Fred Cutekunsl and Walter Frank. 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A . . . - . . . - CONEUBS Debate, 32 and 33 Although thls year s debatlng tcam dld not Hmsh the season with so remarkable a flourish as drd last year s squad the flnal llne up showed qulte an envlable record and a great advance of Interest over that of last year Last ye r slx persons volunteered for SIX places Charles Kllhe Harold Lampel and Myer Gesoff the undefeated afbrmatxve vxed wlth Ruth Butz Edward Charles and Carl Wagner negative for the season s honors xn debating on Compulsory Unemploy ment lnsurance and between them secured to Allentown the plaque marking them as champlons lh this dlstrlct of the UYSIDUS Debatlng League agaxnst Readlng Easton and Norrlstown Thls year a startlng squad of forty three came out to debate on SOVlet Russia Out of this number all were traxned and seventeen active well versed debaters stayed wlth the game The plcture shows the four boys of the 33 afhrmatlve team seated at the end of the table by the book case They are left to rlght Harold Kahn 33 Kenneth Weaver 33 Morton Meyer 35 alter nate and Edward Lampel 35 By the llbrary desk ln conference wlth Miss Herr the lxbrarlan whose servlce to the team was mvaluable are the members of the negative team Ruth Butz 33 Kenneth Mlller 33 and ames Coyne 33 Back by the bulletln board two promlsxng unlor debaters Edwin Cttens and Nathan Palla dlno are lnvestxgatlng the day s findings andthe constantly changing Russian plcture At the end of the table Marvm Holtz Junxor half hidden IS showmg Mlss Mulock the coach some new maternal he has found while ln a group back of the same table Margaret Gruber seated IS havmg It out wxth Etta Goldstem and Carl Hessmger ardent negatives ln the meantime Walter Bastian and Theodore Schelfele seated ln the foreground are settling some mooted pomts with real authority Theodore Schelfele left I9 also rnalor domo for the public debates time keeper and whatever else one may need Eddie Charles Varslty 32 and Debate Squad 33 as well as the President of the Orotan Debating Soclety belongs ln the picture as does Alvin Butz but both these boys were runnmg with the track team at Easton the day the picture was taken ln the flnal rating for the season competlng wlth Reading and Lebanon It was found that Lebanon last year schampxon over Harrxsburg York and Steelton rated flrst Allentown second and Reading last ln the new dxstrlct zonmg The negative team won five out of the seven publlc debates Seven of this year s squad two of them with Varslty experience will be left for a nucleus for next year s debaters These along wlth the new debaters constantly bemg discovered should make a strong hne up for the I933 34 season Page Tao Hundred Two it-Q A va-.'1 I , , 1 3 D va . . I . . l ONIUIS The Cartoomst s Ivanhoe Iuanhoe has lnspned m ny uthons to wrlte ofthe 'xdventure nd ofthe dulng deeds of thls story but lt has never affected the cartoonlst until the last few months of thls year pondering over the heroic lncldents ol this trle VV B Mrller and M Cres man of our school conceived the pl n of Ivanhoe s the Car toonlst Sees It After hours of study nd mirth provoking torture they have at last given to us thelr coneeptlon of some of the characters of thls torv xnd have con ented to their publxcatlon hlde some of the real genlus of the Cartooning but outside of that we cmnot help thlnkmg of the remarkable story portrayed by the xctors nd we see clearly the love of Lady Rowena and the bravery of Ivanhoe We see Fllaf Tuck and lsaae enjoylng a good old stem of three and two Ulrlca as we remember gave the slgnal to the Black Knlght and hrs band to attack the Castle of Front De Boeuf and whlle the Hermes were consuming the castle she debantly vsaved the slgnal for the attack De Bois C-ullbert we see plottxng more evll on the steps of the grlm old castle The tournament whlch decxded the fate of the lady Rebecca was no Tournament of Roses for the combatants and lt was only wlth the rd of hls trusty steed 'Sparky that Ivanhoe fin xlly presented 1 llly and a figured head stone to his adwersarxes Page Two Hundred Three ' 1 ' . 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A f ,- .4 XTCOL ,x A ,A X I, 'lj A 44 0, f' f f Y - -1 ' ,N 'lkxzir fx gf A 15' H Tyr 'A fx ' , V ' 1 1 f I D rf P ,L C CNIUIS He Who Slams the Door l gotxsts we frown upon We dlelllce that talking bore But we detebt the noisy peat The man who al rms the door' Nightly we are sore dlstresbed If thls man Should snore But when he s llte we simply hate The man who slums the dool' Saxophones and rachos We often must Ignore But I can t stand the selfish br nd The man wl o slams the door' Nl my kmde of xwful oundb 'We lo xthe and clo deplore But who of ue could stand that rn n Iht one who bl rms the door' F1uNKL1N I 15141111 Ahee S Cold Allct had a little cold It stalted ID her head And everywhere that Allte went That cold was aurc to bpre td She took It 1nto school one day There vwasn t any rule lt made the chlldren cough and sneeze To have that cold ln school ldhe teacher trled to drlve lt out She trlecl hard but kerchoo lt dldn t do a blt of good Cause teacher caught It too TR xxKL1w I' FIbliLR Page Two Hundred Ezght 4 J , ' ' ' 'Z . - y , . c , I ' Z '. lv Y . ., . 3 Y l ' i 5 ' , i 1 .' . ' il , x . -Q - , ' .ff 4' 7 y x x x ' -'L vx , . .,. . , . ,Z O , , y Y 1 . , . y , . , , , ' Af r . ' f Y . ONIU S Happy It was x mcg dav to he h rppy ln lr was rmte cl rx to run Wltl'1lllC wrnd lqo reach a hlll top Pantlng smiling h xppy To lean agamst a strong tree And to look up through the black branches Into the clear sks To feel ltS peace hke strong arms Xvarmms, he xrt and mlncl And the l1I'ldLClCllIU, sun Half bold h rlf all nd All about you It would have been mee to he On the cool grwss Half aslcep h rlf awake WdtChlDg the sun grow bolder And the sky bluer Xvatchmg the sun go to sleep And the pale whlte moon rlsc And the strong tree Wlth black branches Become a black ghost And feel the earth grow cold It would be mce to run down down the hull With thc. vwlnd And to stop Pant1ng,sm1l1ng happy Under the cloak of nlght It was a nlcf. day to be h nppw ln 5YLXlA MLIL LR Page Tuo Hundred Nmc z ' ' 'V 2 ' . ' 'Q V 2 f ' V , . ' B, 2 . ' ' . 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A" CONIUIS Dreams All young people have dreams l do not mean those dreams that come when we are asleep but tho e beautiful ones that come when we are awake where we are accomplrshlng the thrngs we lrke to do always succeedlng ln all our under takrngs Dreams IH whrch we build a1r castles of love and praise and beauty and ln which fallures are never known Dreams have a large place ln character bulldmg for the dreamer works out many problems m them and comes to decrsrons as to what IS rrght and wrong IH many changlng clrcumstances If we watch our dreams we may know what kmd of people we Wlll be If our dreams are of oclal conquest fine clothes and a lxfe of galety that IS what we are ln our hearts though our llfe may be ever so humdrum We are flttrng our selves to be satrshed wrth nothlng but that of which we dream Perhaps our dreams are of romance and love and we build great castles ln the alr around that trme ln our llfe when one shall come who looks upon us as the best and most to be desired rn the whole world Other tlmes our dreams are of success ln busmess undertakrngs or rn some other chosen Held of work We do not only dream but set to work to make tho e dreams come true These dreams are worth whlle and give us courage and strength to fulfill our asplratlons And again there are some of us who feel deep ln our hearts a deslre for useful ness ID ome specral way ln the world We want to be doctors nurses teachers mlssronarres or gospel workers Every dream IS of the day when we may be at these thrngs And true to our calling we endeavor to make our llves blend toward those ends Why does youth dream3 Because all IS before us and we can not but antlcr pate the future that awarts us Youth 15 the trme for makrng ready and why should we not try to get some rdea of the thing for whlch we are maklng ready3 So we stand and look forward All that has been ln our llfe and all that rs now are only passmg and of lrttle welght our joys lle ln the road just ahead Youth will dream we cannot help lt We may let our mmd wander on wast mg the strength and power that mlght come from proper musings as the power of the waterfall IS wasted t1ll lt IS harnessed and put to work Dream but let the dreams be of usefulness and QCTVICC of purlty and truth l ook away to the mountalns heights and after looking cllmb, climb and clrmb We can make our dreams come true We can do xt lf they are the rlght kmd REBECCA SEEM Page Two Hundred Ten n 1. . 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CCONIU S5 The Glory of Greece ATHENS THE CAPITAL OF GREECE A Balkan penrnsula wrth blue slcres a warm sunny clrmate and beauty lovrng people that rs Greece accordrng to the reactron of an Amerrcan youth rn the twentreth century Here rn sunny Hellas centurres ago the world s finest art was cradled Ancrent rurns unearthed by archaeologrsts stand today as monu ments to the glory that was Greece It rs the fervent hope of her people that Greece will regarn that lost glory They long for the day when Athens wrll once agarn be the cultural centre of the crvrlrzed world But that rs a problem whrch the future alone can solve Perrcles once sard of Athenrans They are born nelther themselves to rest nor to let others That statement made wrth reference to Ancrent Athens could well apply to the modern crty for It expresses the sprrrted restless character of the present day Athenran who rs alrve to the wonders and prospects of the world We flnd no chlckens and prgs wanderrng about the streets of Athen as we do rn rts srster crtres for the caprtal of Greece rs far too modern It with the exceptron of rts streets has all the convenrences of an Furopean crty ln addrtron modern Athens has all the spree rncense and color of an Eastern crty There rs some thrng rn rts square houses wrth wrndows shuttered by day there rs omethrng rn rts drrty chrldren krckrng up endless clouds of dust there rs somethrng rn the mountarns and sparklrng sea that rs Eastern Y there rs an Eastern charm about Athens but rt rs true that her olrve skrnned dark eyed people were born not to rest and they have burlt a crty rn whrch even an Amerrcen sporled by We strangers rn Athens would probably frrst be attracted by rts burldrngs Every home from the most stately mansron to the lowlrest hovel rs erther whrte or buff The golden sun pourrng down upon these dwellrngs parnts an unfor gettable prcture For thrs rmpressron however one should obvrously not vrsrt Athens durrng rts ralny season for then nothrng escapes the mud whrch flows rn verrtable seas The ancrent rurns rn Athens are of course of rnterest to all who vrsrt the crty The most rmportant of these the Acropolrs on a hrll far above the crty was rn the days of Athens finest culture the home of the gods Here were burlt exqursrte marble temples rn whrch were placed rvory and gold cults of the dertres On thrs Acropolrs al 0 the Finest Greek temple was erected to the patron goddess of Athens Athena and was known to every one as the Parthenon The superb Elurldrngs and beautrful statues possrbly speak most clearly of the glory that was reece Amerrcans have an entrrely mrstaken rdea of Greeks NVQ thrnlc of them only as boot blacks restaurant owners usually rgnorant undesrrable characters ln Athens we learn how unfarr that notron rs how mrsrepresentatrve rt rs of the rnhabrtants of Greece For here we meet the most charmrng hosprtable and cultured people rrch or poor Therr love for Amerrcans approaches the unbelrev able cannot we have a lrttle more respect for them and not classrfy them all as greasy Greeks3 These Athenlans lncrdentally lrke to be consrdered Eastern And therr dark eyes and olrve slim and therr werrd mrnor musrc rs certarnly not European There rs no dearth of amusement rn the caprtal of Greece There rs an excel lent symphony orchestra and an equally fine theatre gurld whrch favors plays Page Two Hundred Eleven Q v 1 ' r ' I . , , 1. 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CONIU S lrke Anna Chrrslrc for Greeks love fate and dark tragedy There are even crnemas for those who are so rnclrned And of nrght lrfe there rs plenty O chestras play rn cafes trll srx and erght o clock rn the mornrng No Amerrcan can say that Athens rs slow Po rtrcs and the church play a brg part rn the lrfe of a Greek Athens rs always gay wrth some church holrday The carnrval before the Greek Lent sees the crty rn a most festrve mood ln the poorer sectrons people roam the streets rn fantastrc costumes whrle among the rrch there rs one contrnual round of partres and Euzones or Royal Guards dance beautrfully rn therr prcturesque skrrts and embrordered warsts It rs at thrs trme only that unmarrred Greek grrls can go out wrth men At other trmes no grrl may be seen on the street wrth a man unless she rs marrred to hrm The Eprphany has qurte an unusual celebratron Then rt rs that all Athenrans go to Prraeus the port of Athens The harbor rs jammed wrth steamers and smaller crafts carryrng gay banners A cross rs thrown rnto the water and all men jump rn after rt the one who brrngs rt to shore gets a specral blessrng The ceremony rs qurte rmportant to all members of the Greek Orthodox Church but rt does not srgnrfy the marrrage of the crty to the sea as rn Venrce when a rrng rs cast rnto the canal All polrtrcal affarrs are taken most serrously Durrng recent electrons rt was necessary to patrol the streets rn armored cars rn order to drsperse the exerted throngs The Greek government just now rs very unstable that undoubtedly accounts for the exerted rnterest rn electrons and the strr and swrng rn the arr on all such occasrons How one would lrke to vrsrt thrs crty to see rts beauty rts hrstorrcal rums rts rnterestrng people and rts prcturesque Euzones' If ever you go to Europe dear reader don t neglect Athens It vrvrdly speaks of the glory that was Greece THE AMERICAN SCHOOL AND RURAL GREECE The Amerrcan School of Classrcal Studres was founded to provrde for advanced students rn archaco ogy a more thorough opportunrty for study Located as rt rs rn Athens the very heart of ancrent Greek culture rt rs admlrably sulted to accomplrsh rts purpo e The burldrngs of the school themselves are burlt along classrcal llnes and are entrrely whrte The exqursrte ever bloomrng gardens surroundrng the school rncrease the beauty of the rnstrtutron Here students are grven every opportunity for educational advantages and at the same trme to lrve amongst surpassrngly beautrful surroundrngs For these fortunate students the school term begrns October l and closes une I5 a short perrod of trme but how much rs crammed rnto those few months' From the begrnnlng of October trll Thanlisgrvrng the time rs devoted entrrely to trrps rnto Northern Greece and Peloponnesus After Thanksgrvrng classes begrn and they contrnue trll the first of Aprrl From then to the first of June there rs more travel From such a schedule students get both class work and actual field work Rural Greece as the students see rt durrng therr travels rs an entrancrng study Before the tr1p every student must equrp hrmself for the rrgors and hardshrps whrch travelrng wrll rnvolve He buys qurnrne as a protectron agarnst malarra cherry brandy for warmth stout strcks to protect hrmself agarnst the mad dogs of Greece and most rmportant a canteen to carry water Page Two Hundred Twelve X , . - ru n I. . . . . - r 1 s v , . . v , . v - r v , 1 , . 1 , . . 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A . y y ' c .., . , , v - y " y J , , , . , . - n 1 I I V C OIVIIUI S When the day for the flrst trlp arrlves every student breathlessly awalts the start for now he knows he Wlll really see Greece 6 30 a m has been set as the tlme for departure and at that hour the students and the blg Llncoln tourlng cars are ready to go As a precaution the least sklllful drlver IS put ln the mlddle of the caravan so that nothlng can happen to hlm wlthout the knowledge of the others Half an hour out of Athens the roads become mere ro k plles and the hazards of drlvlng lncrease every mlnute Desplte the OPPTCSSIVC heat 'lnd lm o Slb e roads they drlve on tlll noon untll the first acropolls or wwlled town I9 lghtcd Then the students leave the cars cllmb the hlll explore the lulns munch thelr lunch of ralslns and sandwlches and otherwlse amuse them elves tlll the heat of the day has subslded Then they go down the hlll and contlnue the Joulnev ln the automoblle untll they reach a town sultable for spendlng the nlght The arrlval of the cars IS always an event for the town Wlth the fan fare of klaxons every lnhabltant even the chlckens and plgs come runnlng to see the Amerlcans ln thelr cars There are always plenty of Gleeks on h'lnd who h ve returned to Greece after llvlng ln the Unlted States thls IS thelr chance to show off thelr Engllsh to thelr admlrlng frlends Accommodatlons ln such vlllages 'lre generally undeslrable so rather than keep the bugs company the students st'ly up practlcally all nlght If a hardy one does attempt sleep he IS generally tortured and appears the next mornlng wlth hls face and arms a mass of bltes lf there are any lnterestlng YUIDS ln the sectlon the stay generally lasts for three or four days Durlng that tlme the students make an lnten IVC survey of the YUIHS and each one IS expected to report and show the school one partlcular sectlon of the Slte Thus they Journey from place to place All SltCS rlch ln arch eo o.,lcal lole are thoroughly studled Qometlmes travel becomes too dlflicult for automoblles and then lt must be contlnued on donkey back One nlght the students spent ID the monastery of St ohn the Baptlst lnhablted by four abandoned monks It was on the top of a mountam whlch took two hours to cllmb and the accom modatlons were most unsatlsfactory The nlght was freezlng cold and at 4 30 ln the mornlng the clanglng of bells cruelly summoned the students to a mass whlch lasted for an hour and a half A meagre breakfast of coffee that resem bled Turklsh mud was served afterwards and then the travelers began the descent of the other Slde of the mountaln a Journey that took four hours Not all days however are days of hardshlp and tlrlng cllmbs The beautlful scenery and such pleasures as swlms ln the Bay of Corlnth always compensate for the unpleasant adventures Thls travel naturally glVCS the students a llrst hand plcture of Greek peasants They flnd through thelr travels that the peasants lead an unbellevably hard llfe Every day they have to lead thelr goats and sheep mlles and mlles to pasture fthere IS not a cow ln the whole of Greece and thelr own llvlng IS most meager The women however desplte the rlgors of thelr llfe are surpasslngly beautlful So the trlps contlnue lnto every sectlon of Northern Greece to all towns and every countryslde rlch ln archaeologlcal lore Students see firsthand all that they ever studled about Greece and the knowledge they acqulre can never be surpassed nor lost But even though these young people reallze that they are galnlng valuable CXPCIICDCC every one of them breathes a slgh of rellef when Thanksglvlng rolls around and they can settle down to a few months of com fortable ClVlllZCd llvlng Page Tum Hundred Tlurleau , . . . . 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C GMU S The classes are most confining They tax the abilities of the students to the utmost The young archaeologists must not only work in class rooms they are required to do actual work in restoring a part of the Acropolis Every loose stone must be examined and measured so that its location can be fixed if the Acropolis were fully restored It is of interest to know that the exceptionally clear atmos phere required the Greeks to build their columns slightly concave so that they would loolc straight Hard as this work may seem the students love it for as one student phrased t working ln the Acropolis is like repairing clouds ID heaven The Christmas vacation comes as a welcome relief from the grind of classes Then the students mingle with the gayly festive Athenians For two and one half weeks they enjoy the gayetles of an Athenian holiday visit ancient sites and study ancient Greek wrt as it can be studied only in Greece So a student 'lt the American School in Athens spends 1 highly profitable year He acquires knowledge that he can never lose he actually sees the glory that was Greece A1 MA FLUCK NOTE Material for this paper was assembled from the letters of Edward Fluck brother of the writer M1 Fluck after his study at Johns Hopkins won the Fellowship to the Amerlcan ln tltute of Archaeology in Athens Gieece ln a national competitive examination His letters have been most interesting and the COMUS is glad to shale the pleasure they have found in them Page Two Hundred Fourleen i ' ig I s 1 Y I . . -1 - - ' n G ln spring travels begin anew, this time into Southern Greece. 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Q , . y K Y 1 d CMU S Peter and Jeremrah Before me srt Peter and eremrah the two sawdust frrends Peter the blue teddy bear and eremrah the monkey Not so long ago there were more members of thrs rnanrmate famrly but they who once lrved together rn our room are now scattered Brlly Prog was moved downstarrs to a sunnrer wrndowsrll for hrs health the plant whrch grew out of hrs chrna back needed more lrght and atten tron than rt got up here The three lrttle chrna dogs Prrtz Dunk and Pug wrth therr mother Cretel are temporarrly housed rn a dresser drawer awartrng therr removal to a comfortable box where they wrll lrve a safer and qureter lrfe The llttle wooden Mrckey Mouse has moved far away wrth the small boy who cared for hrm even more than we drd But Peter and eremrah were always the most rmportant members of thrs famrly Peter wrth hrs prnk paws and a prnk rrbbon around hrs neck eremrah dressed rn a green bellhop s unrform They 'rre both very much worn yet they retarn therr charm Peter s eyes are strll shrny brown nd he strll looks oft and fuzzy To be sure the sawdust shows through the toe of hrs rrght foot and hrs blueness rs faded and drrty l washed hrm once but he had to lre on the radra tor for three days untrl hrs sawdust drred He looked o woebegone that I doubt rf l ll ever have the heart to bathe hrm agarn Besrdes hrs jornts are terrrbly loose and l fear that some day soon hrs head wrll come off rt rs so very wobbly Poor Peter' He can t help that rt rs re lly our fault We would ask hrm ques trons my srster and l and then rn assrstrng hrm to answer she would move hrs head up and down to make hrm say yes whrle l would take hrm by the nose and turn hrs head to make hrm say no It was a great strarn on hrs neck and rt made the end of hrs nose a lrttle oft too As for hrs vorce hrs squeak box broke almost a year ago But Peter rs strll a great comfort and a most sympathetrc confidant As for eremrah he too rs drrty one of hrs heels rs worn completely through hrs jornts are loose and hrs left ear whrch rs now jorned to hrs head at only one pornt tends to strck out at a peculrar angle and must occwsronally be pushed back rnto place But he can strll answer questrons and the famrly gets great enroy ment from questronrng hrm 'rnd then movrng hrs tall to make hrm nod yes Thrs connectron of hrs head and t rl however rs a ource of great annoy ance to the monkey for sometrmes when he rs set down carelessly he leans too hard on hrs tarl Thrs causes hrs head to rar e and the poor anrmal may have to srt for hours wrth hrs chrn stuck up rnto the 'rrr untrl some one sees hrs predrc ment and comes to hrs rescue Hrs rntellrgence also remarns lt rs remarkable how rntellrgent two brown glass eyes can look when set a certarn way and eremrah s exp e sron changes wrth the fosrtron of hrs head At trmes he srts as though engrossed rn hrs own deep thoughts At other trmes when hrs head rs turned at the proper angle he has the most qurzzrcal expressron on hrs monkey face And so the two sawdust frrends srt together for hours sometrmes lookrng out the wrndow sometrmes looking at the w ll of the room Frequently they srt wrth heads bowed thrnkrng therr own thoughts But often they seem to drscuss werghty affarrs Apparently Peter does most of the talkrng for he srts wrth one arm up as though expl rmng a matter of great rmportance whrle Jeremrrh hrs head trlted to one srde looks up at hrm lrstenrng rntently to every mute word Many trmes have l come upon them thus and l have asked Peter rf he were drs cussrng the pre ent economrc crrsrs and he rn all serrousness has assured me that he was l do not doubt but that these tvro sawdust frrends understand perfectly all that rs gorng on MARY Knrzrrarar. 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COIVIIU S Clty by N1ght From my hotel wlndow l look out on the cnty What I see IS not the busmess section not the Hne resldentlal sectlon but that section which once hou ed the respectable cltlzenry and IS now occupied by people of a lower soclal standlng The VICW mlght be called a landscape ln llght and dark or lt IS night and the roof llne almost blends with the starless sky maklng a dark blue background on which a few lights stand out There are not many llghts for the bulldlngs 'ure low and from my room on the slxth floor I look down on the roofs of most of them However there was an occasional light from the upper story of some house a few dlmly lighted bulldlngs rlse above the rest and right before me runs a street marked by the arc lights and the lllumlnatlons of stores along the way To the right the sky IS brighter no doubt from the reflectlon of blight signs whxte smoke from a passmg engme looks oft and fluffy ln the same lnght ln the foreground stand three brlllrantly llghted blllboards and ln front of them runs the elevated The trams rush 1nto the statlons hke strange bugs Their llghted wxndows alternated with dark wlndow frames glve a cullously strlped effect and the single headllght shlnes out into the darkness hke a giant feeler Below the tracks the surface cars clang and the autos pass For a moment all IS qulet Then some one laughs ID the street below an auto honks lts horn an elevated tram roars out of the station There comes the sound of a dlstant tram and a puff of Whlte smoke from its engme shows ln the distance On the horizon stands a slngle patch of red llght MARY KREIBEL Mother Untlrlng hands Beautlful eyes A rhapsody of soft Sweet lullables Never endxng Modeled wlth God s Grace of perfectlon A masterplece of all That s good and kmd And comfortable SYLVIA MELLNER Page Two Hundred Srxfcen . . n u . u . 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A water tower stands out in the glare of an illuminated sign and the '19 C ONIUIS Organ MUSIC Outside the world was hustllng and bustlmg and nolsy lnslde the noon sun shone softly through the modest colored windows and the alr smelled of sweet flowers The people came ln softly not to dlsturb the peace and quiet of the chapel Then the organ sounded and I forgot the nolse outside and the sun and the flowers wlthln The organ IS the mlghtlest of all Instruments but It IS great only under the hands of an artist Once l trled to play one and It seemed stiff and awkward But the man at the console was a master and hlS muslc was graceful and flexlble l don t know just what he played a prelude probably from Chopxn an overture from Wagner and the most amusmg little plece with a queer endlng And then xt was over the moment of enchantment was ended All afternoon ln the hustllng bustllng noisy world I hummed an amusxng llttle plece wlth a queer endlng MARY KREIBEL Gypsy Sunbeams Aerle gypsy dancers Wlth bewltchnng charms Hold enchanting treasures ln slowly moving arms Lovely gay bright colors Wlth each tousled head Wonder should they tempt you3 Then flirt and smlle lnstead But swaying hlps and dancing eyes Wlll vamsh lf you wake And be not rlppllng skirts at all just sunbeams on the lake SYLVIA MELLNER Page Tam Flunlred Sevcnleeu 1 - 1 1 1 . , . . . , 1 1 . , . r 1 1 1 1 1 1 41 11 1 1 C ONIUIS Contrasts The realm of prctured faces holds a fascrnatron that rs almost rmpossrble to escape The expressron of the eyes the flash of a parnted smrle haunts one long after tle occasron of vrewrng the portrart has been forgotten And then who can deny that prctures are almost human rn therr changeful qualrt1es3 Does the Mona Lrsa ever look twrce the same? Look at the prcture of your dearest frrend when you are radrantly happy and you see a joyous happy countenance lookrng back at you But then look agarn when sad and weary and lo that g y mrle l s ch nged to a tender understandrng one Of all the Irghts rn whrch a prcture can be vrewed omel'ow the moonlrght seems to lend the most lrvrng aspect All non es entrals are drscarded to the back ground and under the eerre lrght of the moon prctured eyes become true mrrrors of the soul One warm sprrng nrght there were upon the bureau of a certarn young grrl s bedroom two prctures Whrle the rest of the room was shrouded rn darkness the r ys of the moon stre mrng through the open wrndow lrghted clearly the two photographs rn therr rdentrc l oval frames One could see at a glance that they vrere prctures of the same grrl The first photograph showed a chrldrsh erght year old lrttle face wrth wrde rnrocent eyes and a drooprng sad mouth rn the second ta ken erght years later the eyes partly hldden by drooplng lashes are le s confidrng and the mouth has become curved mto a knowrng smrle The tvwo pictures are drrectly facing each other Stralght mto the eyes of superror self confident Srxteen look the rnnocent trustrng eyes of Erght A breeze stns the curtarns and scarcely louder than the rustlrng branches outsrde the wrndow comes the whrsper from Erght Year Old What have you done3 I have been so sure for erght years that you would do omethrng great I have been o sure you would be frne and every one would love you I have trusted you Tell me so I may be happy No answer comes and Erght Year O'd contrnues Why wrll you not look strarght at me3 Why do you smrle as though I could not understand Why do you not tell me that you have been good and true and lovable as I planned you would bei' At last a broken whrsper from that other one whose superror smrle has slowly slowly drsappeared I cannot tell you that I have not been fine I have been petty mean drshonorable and undutlful I have not done one thrng you planned I would Those who love me do not really know me or they would not But am I alone to blame3 What drd you ever grve me but a lot of pretty useless fancies and rdeals too hlgh and brrttle for thrs everyday worId3 All you planned rs as useless as moonshrne and as gossamer as cobweb' Those rnnocent eyes those trustrng eyes' Is rt the rrrrdescence of the moon lrght or are they full of tears3 I do not understand you Is rt then not good to try to be fine to try to accomplrsh somethrng3 Srxteen answers It rs not farr to judge me by your standards You know nothrng of the world' I see people tryrng to be good and they meet wrth nothrng but hard hrp I see people berng wrcked and they lrve and thrrve What s the use3 It rs a questron past Erght Years powers of explanatron but she knows yes as perhaps Srxteen wrll never know agarn and steadrly sadly she gazes at her other elf rn that other oval frame Then suddenly through the wrndow comes a gust of wrnd scatterrng upon the floor petals of the clrmbrng ro e r mbler and C u rng the frame of grxteen to fall face downward upon the bureau ls rt agarn the moonlrght or do the eyes of that chrldrsh face rn the other frame agarn become understandrng conhdent trustrng as they look upon the fallen prcture and does an rmperceptrble whrsper float through the room3 ' I know you wrlll RUTH Burz Page Two Hundred Erglrleen 1 . , 1 1 V C . , a . .0 Z' , ' . 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C ' . - 1 . . . . 1 11 . . . , . - , , I 1 I 5 I K K l 5' 'Z' , C 5 'c L I I I K I 1 1 - 11 -1- as-s gs - -1- The Bells on Christmas A silken mist and silver dew, A silence, and the beaming shafts Of morning sun reflect a hue Of sparkled snow the cobwebbed rafts ln Peter s Church arouse a dust As sweet bells chime on Christmas Morn lVl1d creaking wheels all caked with rust To tell the world a Christ was born ln Bethlehem they clang and sway And speckled doves do murmur song Among the chimes This Holy Day ls born anew The bells have rungl FRANCIS FEI-IR Vesper H111 It was late when we held Vespers that night The sun was setting as we climbed the hill for our service When we entered the outdoor chapel all was quiet only the last sleepy twitterlngs of the birds and the soft rustling of the grass broke the silence After the service we sat there perfectly quiet It was too holy to speak Ahead of us there was a break in the hills and thiough that gap the evening mists came creeping in like a soft white veil falling gently over the hilltops to protect them through the night As the light grew dimmer the sky became a deeper and a darker blue nd the stars came out notlike diamonds their gleam was softer than that ofa diamond but more like lustrous pearls It seemed that there was a clark blue velvet dome set with rare gems placed close over our heads Never have the heavens seemed so close We left the hilltop and descended to common things but up there the trees still whlspered their lullaby and the stars shone down on the sleeping birds MARY KREIBEL The Silver Queen She glides within the Heaven s playground Of beaming pillars gilded white Which pierce her iron moulded rafts She floats This fin tailed swimming greyhound Crashing clouds in dead of night She walks the sky and kisses space But keeps her nest on Mother Earth No grander sight have planets seen Since this old world has had its birth Beauty Splendor Grandeur Grace All surround you Silx er ueen FRANCIS FEHR Page Two Hundred Nmeleen ff ff Dodging stars and silver shafts, The Elghth Wonder Many a poet has extolled the exqulslte fragrant beauty of the hanglng gardens of Babylon admlrers have not been wantlng to pralse the ornate majestlc Temple of Dlana at Ephesus every school boy knows the legend of the Colossus strad dllng the harbor at Rhodes and yet whlle these wonders of the world have been celebrated ln legend and song an equally potent appalllng wonder stands neg lected and forgotten You need not cross the golden sands of Egypt to gaze upon lts splendor nor does lt stand ln majesty on bllght Agean shores for the street of every Amerlcan clty knows ltS lnexpllcable lure and chlldren use It for a safety base ln playlng tag The calm tenor of our llfe would not be affected should we never see the Pyramlds or the Alexandrlan llghthouse but banlsh thlS Power and mothers would become anxlous maldens would langulsh and youths at college would be forced to pawn that graduatlon glft Need l tell you more for It IS of that modern wonder of the world the Mall box that I speak Thousands nay mllllons human hopes wonders fears and regrets pass through the metal safety vault every day of our llves Cease all human lntercourse destroy our mall system and you wlll hear more walllngs and despalr than when Nero flred the clty of Rome True a mallbox can boast no classlc beauty no ornate deslgns but the spell ln whlch It holds all emotlons and hopes IS the more wonderful because of that Who has not longed for awalted lh dread expectancy been surprlsed and dellghted by the arrlval of some letter posted prevlously wlthln lts sanctuary3 What tragedles mlght have been averted what happiness bestowed had or had not a certaln letter been malled' The tlme that It takes for a mlsslve to be dropped wlthln IS scarcely a second yet a momentous second Outslde that metal slot you stlll may alter a denlal change a decree lnslde and you are bound forever by a wrltten word We are told that the Temple of Dlana knew an uncountable number of wor shlpers Equally uncountable are those who dally observe the rltes of the letter box Each approaches accordlng to the nature of hls communlcatlon One may mall a letter unhesltatlngly blowlng after lt an alry klss another ponderlng the cllre lmportance of hls message may approach anxlously and then swlftly as lf afrald of second thought toss hls mlsslve ln the box and hurry away Many of us ln fact most of us wlll never see those wonders of the anclent world extolled ln legend and song But whlle we may at any tlme VlSlt thls modern wonder and convey to ltS keeplng the product of our thoughts and deslres and whlle lt dally brlngs us messages from loved ones far away Rhodes may laud lts Colossus Alexandrla ltS llghthouse we of a modern world of tlought wlll place our homage where lt belongs before our unlovely omnlpotent mallbox RUTH BUTZ Page Two Hlulllfld Twenty 1.- 1 1 1 1 1 ' - l 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 V - 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 , . 1 1 ' 1 . 1 , . . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Hrs Last Dream The dull red sun of late autumn had fallen below the rugged stately peaks whrch overshadowed the lrttle home of old ohn Carson rn a deep valley between the mountarn ranges The last beam streammg through the lrttle wrndow had revealed the frgure of Old ohn hrmself slouchrng rn hrs shabby rockrng charr starrng at the sunset wrth morst eyes ln the weeks whrch had passed the man seemed to have aged more than rn the last ten years Hrs grey eyes once keen and brrght had now become drm and watery wrth dark crrcled pouches under them The lrnes around hrs nose and mouth had deepened mto long wrrnkles whrle those on hrs forehead resembled seams of whrte flesh Never had he felt so drsabled or decreprt for he had even drscontrnued hrs habrtual darly walk and desrred to srt rn thrs rocker by the wrndow ohn Carson had always been a man of a morose broodrng nature Small non essentral drffrcultres and grrevances had always seemed to hrm to be of grave rmportance When hrs daughter had dred over a year ago hrs wrfe had more than she could do to comfort hrm rn hrs grref Hovs ever when hrs wrfe dred Old ohn thought he would not have recovered had rt not been for hrs on who returned from college to stand by hrm Then the government had forgotten all mercy when rt had taken hrs son from college and sent hrm to France to fight for hrs country Old john s son had always been devoted to hrs father and hrs father had recrprocated wrth unsurpassed paternal affectron Charles who had always craved for knowledge wantrng to be a doctor and for whom Car on had slaved and sacrrfrced all hrs lrfe rn order that he mrght attend college had shown hrs appre cratron for hrs opportunrtres by becomrng the hrghest standrng man rn hrs class He would have graduated as valedrctorran had he not been enlrstcd rn the army Durrng hrs servrce rn France Charles had farthfully wrrtten to hrs father tryrng to comfort hrm and tellrng hrm not to worry Suddenly these letters had ceased to come to Old John hrs fears were rmmedrately aroused He trred to console hrmself by rnventrng all krnds of excu es for the farlure of the letters He vrsrted the post offrce anxrously everyday but he was always greeted wrth Nothrng today Mr Carson Frnally a government letter came a letter he had prayed and hoped wouldn t come It told of the death of hrs on Charles whrle rn actron durrng the St Mrhrel Drrve ohn Carson plodded wearrly home a glassy stare rn hrs drmmed eyes seerng nothrng hearrng nothrng grrevrng only for hrs son Sprrrt had left hrs body hrs last and greatest ambrtron had been krlled along wrth hrs son Lrfe no longer meant anythrng to the old man for he was alone old almost rncapacrtated Now as he sat before hrs wrndow rn the drlaprdated rockrng charr on the eve of hrs son s burral he vrsualrzed rn the settrng sun hrs lrfe s goal srnkrng at the end of hrs day It had ever beamed brrghtly before hrm had ever spurred hrm on and now wrth the last gone rt sank forever from hrs vrew The first gleams of the mornrng sun found old ohn Carson strll slouchrng rn hrs charr hrs bony frngers trghtly clutchrng a government sealed envelope He had dreamed hrs last dream E-MILIE PARNELL N11 I I ll D? 9'3 Page Two Hundred Twenty one 1 1 J , , . n - 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' , . J c 1 , . . -1 1 c 1 1 - ' - 1 - 1 Q . Q V . , 1 ua - 11 - 1 - - 1 , . ' c . .. , . J , , 1 1 - . 1 v . . , . . . . , . 1 1 1 1 ' - 1 -- -- Y -I lr ' , J rrgn 7 1: M311 rcglvie 1. ' l'l fl' The Duel Arms are lowered at twenty pace A lmen lrrdes the gr.: s Hearts are throbbing hot blood races Pistols sleme thelr brass A bullet tears thc breast The one shall lrvc md one hdll oar To hrs eternal rest FRANCIB F111-IR Page Two Hundred Twenty Iwo , . , , , Sv ' ' L-7 A blurr of white, the weapons roar, A - 1 I ,Y Q S 1 2 r 7, -1 L , 11 1 f L, L 1 if -1- AA -1- , Y-., D Herff Jones Compan INCORPORATED MANUFACTURING JEWELERS AND STATIONERS PHILADELPHIA AND INDIANAPOLIS CLASS RINGS CLASS PINS SORORITY PINS CLUB PINS COIIIIVIILINCEIVIENT INVITATIONS SAMPLL5 I-URNISHILD on REQUEST RAI PH W POII I530 Cmz I M PHIL D O c1aI jcu,eIcrS or AI I ENTDWN HIGH SCHODL UT DTRI ET LIHIX P lg! ll lll rylh f - - f I . f . 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L . 4, f1.L:f,:f-,in-1-,Z-:SV-frf,--iff:-:Sify wounn '- 4 Ode to the Lunch Room How dear to my heart are the p1es of the Iunchroom I gobbled unt1I I thought I would bust The custard the apple I ate as a chlld would Reservlng for Iast the Juicy old ple crust The oggy old ple crust That boggy old ple crust That sweet tasting ple crust I loved as a krd FRAINKIIIN P FISHFR Was I Scared The moonlight through my window You can bet your Sunday hat Casts welrd shadows on the wall That to me they re qulte a fright Some as blg as glants When those figures start 1n movlng Others very small I duck my head from sight Each corner s fuII of hgures When I was small I d call my IVIa All unmvlted guests But now that I m so bug I d Ilke to know thelr Iauslness I couldn t yell for help I CI Ilke to know their quests When those shadows start to jug S0 I Iay there hardly breathing And I shlver ln my pllght But I can klll those figures If I just turn on the Ilght I EROY REICIIENBACH Ode to D1s111us1onment How dear to my heart are the scenes of my chlldhood When fondly I V1S1t tl 0 e Iovely old lands The o chards the meadows the sweet smelllng wlld mood All now covered over wlth hamburger stands FRANKI IN I FISHFR Page Two Hundred Tlurly Iwo -1 1 ' - . . , . . 1: ' - Q - I "' V ' w , . . wr wr , - - . , . . ,I v v . ml - ,r - , . , , . I: -I . , . . . , 'r , . . ' ' .. 1: , ' - . I' v rr u wx I 3 'Q T ., ' , ' - ' , l M , . , Z 1 .. + P A + COMPLIIVIENTS OF WALBERT STUDIOS iBbutugrapbers SECOND FLOOR EMBASSY THEATRE IVIRS. S. BURKHO. ROBERT L. U. BURKHO - ESTABLISHED 1895 j. S. BURKHOLDER FUNERAL DIRECTOR 8I68I8L E ST E ow PA D 07 IT PAYS TO SHOP AT LFH S I-I LEI-I 8: COMPANY ALLENTOWN PA LEADING FLORISTS NEW YORK FLORAL CO 5I-I ILTO TR ph FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS PROMPT DELIVERY PTIIJJ SI4- - IND N RE T .... ALLENT N, . IAI. 68 O , . I 5I AM N S EET Tele one 8767 4, :ETL-,EEE-1:-11:11-f',:1.eE:11:--fix: 4, ' 'un re Tflirly-lllrr! -1- s-.sc . Mssswvss-ssssssAss -4- THE STRENGTH of many friendships SOUND banking policies are rewarded by increasing public confidence and patronage. This bank estimates its resources not only in the reserves shown on its financial statement, but in the many business friendships developed through years of safe, constructive service to this com- munity. Eslablishcd 1855 ALLENTOWN NATIONAL BANK ALLENTOWN PA COMPLIMENT9 oif A FRIEND OF THE ALLENTOWN HIGH SCHOOL P47 IIdd7 , . f L Y 4, 4f-leer,ffgei-,ezfiefefeifgefff-1 4, atc 'wo un re 'frirly-four Farewell to School 9 long lm S long B111 Seems I hear thelr voices stlll Rmglng ln my ears S long oe Gee lt s hard to see them go' Course some wlll always be near me But some a aln l ll never see l xcept IH thoughts like hldclen Joys Recalled once more of glrls and boys And those that now for freedom yearn To school These educated days of ours Contam the hrlghtest of llfe. s hours Where pals and chums most ardently Shared happiness ln school with me That s why my eyes wlth water fill When l say S long lm Slong 1 FRANCIS W FFHR As Ever You press a button Lectrlclty stowed Makes things hum Reheves hte s load But a busted button as be orc ust gotta bc hand scwed l-QRNNKIINI P FISHER Page Two Ilumln-11 7lurIq ffvr Will wish that they could 'gain return' k Y 14 Y y xl' Y V i,fiiB'll.!Y VW j . I NSIST UPON ALLENTOWN DAIRY COMPANY MILK ALLENTOWN S STANDARD TELEPHO E ALLE TOWN 72l8 LLUUUULIJI-.1 DE I-UXE i FOR SPECIAL PARTIES AND TRIPS LEHIGI-I VALLFY TRANSPORTATION COMPANY FOURTEENTH AND GORDON STREETS ALLENTOWN P DIAL 3 3329 LEHIGI-I VALLEYS LEADING SPORTS SHOP EXCLUSIVE LOCAL AC-FNTS FOR A C- SP LDING 61 BROS P GOLDSMITH SONS CO COMPLETE LINE OF SPALDING GOI F AND TENNIS ANTZEN A D SPALDINO SWI MING SUITS FOR ME ND WOMTN WITWER JONES CO 834 HAMILTON ST ALLENTOWN PA OPFN EVFNINC-S ACROSS STREET FROM HESS BROS PHONE 2 2780 Pgf-'I ll ddTh ly Y N -f N X., .. ,.- .... ,Q in , I If. , gawk J , , . .........,-,...,,...,,....f.. ., Q ,N . .. gy 5 " fl W5 - +V BUSES 522 4 - 2:,,7i'5. "" L . ,qu 'MXL .J , , A. Y . . 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ENTOW , PA. 325 ROOMS I A w 325 BATIIS DINING 1 CAITETERIA E 1 1 PRI E I INC R OMS BA Q ET ALL 1 1 A 'I 800 T T: Dancin 7 rs a ur aA i H H Caterin Any Number n Time Any Where ' A3 ' . I , Pa. , . ul: 1 11 11 1 11 11 1 11 11 1 11 11 1 11 -1 1 1. -1. 1111, 11 1 11 1. 11 11 11 1 11 1 ,P GGIVIERY BRUS. Distributors Compliments of F AUST 8z LANDES JEWELERS SUGAR CREEK HIGH GRADE BUTTER WHITE HOUSE COFFEE if AND 728 HXMILTON STREET ALLENTOWN PA THE ALLEN LAUNDRY Largest and Fm-est KISTLER, -Ieweler Flne ewclry Cnfts Watches Clocks and ewelry Repalrlng L zstcrn Ijcnnsyly :nl I Optometrlst Llght Fdmlly Sclvmcb Lyes Examlnccl Glasses Repalred 922 N IZth St IOZ5 HAMILTON STREET Phom 7247 ALLENTOWN HIGH SC HOOL PLRSONALITIES Wlxat do the students do In schooll Work loaf or play the fool-' I rancls Schenk twlrls the artlst s lxrush Frank Flsher smgs sweet as a thrush Charley Ackley pretty bubl les doth blow Ken IVIIller at clehatlng IS not at all slow Alvena Seckar sketches houses and trees Dave Storch as an actor trles to please Dorothy Greenberg eats candy day after day Walter Frank asks for some In a most pleasmg way Dot WIegner uses the Ilbrary for a good and safe hldeout Walter Bastlan Ilkes hls good old julcy sauerkraut Sylvla lVIeIIner wears always a poet s dreamy oo Ioe Parmet IS burled deep In a Russian hook Beatrice Kurtz our herolne wrll be Charlle Cumph Ilkes swImmIng In the sea Lucllle Seng out of homework neatly does wrngglc RIchard IDICICCYI throws a mean Old baseI all Wlllle Gllbert III-:es em both sIIIn and quite tall Crace Champagne flashes her pretty pert smlles Clement Cnanellx worries teachers with hls wlles Ruth Butz grooms our school Canary and Blue Leroy Relchenbach tells hrs latest joke to you And so on down the Ilst on and on I could go And names of many dlfferent pupils show All are dlfferent yes each from the other one Every Mother s daughter and every Father s son FR xxus W FEIIR Page Two Hundred Tlurly nrnc I in . .ii v , vi, yi Ii . , ' ' ' I' . , PA. 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