Easton Area High School - Rechauffe Yearbook (Easton, PA)

 - Class of 1939

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The phases and aspects of the heav- enly bodies have been interpreted as express- ing divine Will: the stars themselves have been worshipped as deities. As We set out for our- selves in the World, many of us wish that we might foresee our futures, in order to make the best of our opportunities. Since we are unable to do this. let us do our best to live as true and honest American citizens. Only thus can we make our futures secure, and only thus fulfill the writing in the stars for us. 0 THREE , .. . Q. 9 I 'l '- . ,z '-.:, 1'. "'-, ' .- j,.."- ' ' '- i'f?9:iL'jfgg4g -, 1' Q' "5 "lime -- - Q45- ' A :wqf "1-:- Iii' Miss SARAH ELIZABETH l"lll.l.YER ADv1sER or THE SENxoR CLASS oil EASTON HIGH SCHOOL Miss Sarah Elizabeth I-lillyer has become invaluable to the pupils of Easton High dur- ing the years she has taught here. Loyal to the school's ideals and principles, unselish in her cooperation with teachers and pupils, she has gained the esteem and the good will of all. In directing many of the school's theatrical productions, she has willingly shared her effort and talents in drama and music. As adviser to the graduating classes. she has guided us wisely and has given us an optimis- tic outlook. For her services and for herself we dedicate to Miss Hillyer this book. A 5 '.'. i Az Q 1 T . 1 MR. ELTON E. STONE PRINCIPAL OF EASTON HIGH SCHOOL To Mr. Elton E. Stone we owe our guid- ance through Easton High School. Not only has he advised and befriended us as a class. but he has extended his consideration to us as individuals. Nor is his interest limited to our school life: few of us realize how closely our principal continues to follow our courses through life, aiding and encouraging us. By placing responsibilities upon us as pupils and conferring on us the power to make decisions, he has fitted us well for our future roles of American citizens. This service we can repay only by living up to his expectations for us. 0 Fw: Six 0 S-'ails-tl Miss .l:il'l'v, Miss XX'--nut, Miss ilstiistorlt, Mis, 1 i.tii.iii, Miss lim-I t:iii4Iiiii.1 Mig Stn:-54 All' Xlaiiss, Mr. .lnliiisuii. Mr. lurlv, Mr. Cancer and Leo limiiriz IE. Caitizori. B. S., Nkfashington and Jefferson College American Civilization: Football and Basketball All Sports Al.l5lili'l' lllili B. S. Muhlenberg College. M. A.. l.ehigh University Biology: Nature Club. llaston .lunior High School Orchestra Nature Study. music MARY R. GAYMAN Ph. B.. Muhlenberg College Mathematics: Sophomore Girl Reserves Sewing, gardening, reading detec tive stories lVlARt3Alil-'l' ANN lMl5l. Philadelphia School of Design liine Arts: Arts and Craft Club Painting and designing FRANCES Ci. .lAl3l5lfi B. S., Indiana State Teachers College Typing. Junior Business Train- ing: Iireshman Commercial Club Reading. hiking. bridge. bicycling EDWIN T. JoHNsoN Buffalo State Teachers College: Ph. B.. Muhlenberg College: M. A.. New York University Industrial Arts: Head of General Department Sports. animal shows. opera l3ANNIli M. OS'l'liRSTOCK B. A.. Cioucher College Oflice Reading. walking. knitting 4'Ill'l'ull :dl " i? WI' GEORGE l.. STACY Muhlenberg College Printing Photography. radio ELlZABE'l'H WliAX'ER B. S.. Columbia University Fine Arts Travelling, art exhibits. theatre COHCQYIS JQHN J, R. WEEISS B. S.. Muhlenberg College Mechanical drawing Flying W3 EDITH A. ALBRIGHT B. S.. New York University Shorthand. typing: Checker Club Photography CLARENCE S. ACKERMAN B. S.. East Stroudsburg Teachers College lndustrial Arts Travel. nature study. photog- raphy 44 tit-lil. Mr. Ai-kt-rtiizlii lust hun fMi'. Hrntziiistit, Miss Milli-r, Miss Alln-iprlit, Miss l+'i':tlik-iii -t-null lion'--ltr. lluwv, Miss lllzitrvi-, Mr. Uooin-i' BENTON R. BEDFORD B. S., M. S.. Lafayette College American Civilization: Chinkte- wunk Council History of Indians FLOYD A. BROTZMAN Ph. B.. Lafayette College Mathematics Baseball ELVVOOD COOPER B. S.. Pennsylvania State College English: Christmas Choral Speaking Group, Senior Play Hiking Virgo and Libra JESSIE l. PRANKENFIELD B.S., Columbia University Shorthand, English : Bowling Club Travel M. L. HOWE B. A.. Otterbein College: M. A.. Ph. D., Yale University Head of College Preparatory and English Departments: Red and Whiile, Moving Picture Club Bridge, music, Broadway drama. Current fiction LYDIA S. lVlAGElE B. A.. Hood College Librarian: Dewey Decimal Club Travel by boats. collecting pitchers and toy animals DOROTHY R. MILLER B. S., Columbia University English Flowers. driving an automobile Seven Struts-il Mrs. Matsui-ll. INllss1'iiyli-, Miss XYill:tui-t', Miss lit-t-tl. Miss l'li:irn Sltllllllllig Miss Xl'llit--, MV, l"l1lu:, Ml' liivliliii. lVlt'. Mi-llu-i'g.L't-i', Miss St--tin-r S ' d S 'tt ' lVllll7RlElJ S. Coittf. R. N. B. S.. Columbia University School Nurse Driving. reading. theater l'lliRl5liR'li H. lflCHl.lN Ph.. B.. Lafayette College: M. A.. Columbia University General Science. Biology Tennis. violin BRADLEY L. FLAGG B. Pennsylvania State College lndustrial Arts: Boys' Tennis: Red Jackets Outdoor Sports DORO'lillY G. lVlAXWlil.I. B. S.. Temple University Physical education: Girls' Ath- letic Club lce-hockey. skiing Enom 0 CHARLES W. lVlEl.BERGliR Pennsylvania State Teachers College Industrial Arts Hunting and Fishing CORDELIA L. PHARO B. A.. Pennsylvania State College German. English, Der Deutsche Verein Gardening VERNA M. REED B. A.. Pennsylvania State Cole lege: M. A.. Columbia Univer- sity lfrenchz Dean of Girls. Le Cercle Francais. Girl Reserves Travel ill 'TEV W3 W DOROTHY lvl. STERNER B. S.. Beaver College Bookkeeping Tennis and Basketball LAURA H. WHl1'E B. A.. American University M. A.. Columbia University English Traveling ANNE Vx7ll,l.AUER B. S.. Temple University Retail Selling. Shorthand Sophomore Class Adviser Sports -,".' A O WE' " ' L A I W IVIINNIE M. ACKERMAN B. S. in Music. New York University Music theory. history, and appreciation: Piano Reading, collecting coins CHARLES A. BROWER Oswego State Teachers College Industrial Arts: Basketball Golf. basketball MILDRED BUZBY B. S.. New York University Shorthand, Typing Travel MERRILL S. CASSEBAUM Ph. B.. Muhlenberg College: M. A.. Lehigh American Civilization: Football Current problems. personnel management and character study Si-:itetifMiss l'Iim-, Miss Nt-wniziu. Miss Ar-in-rmzin, Miss liull, Miss Buzhy Stzuicliiig-Miss Sinmiwttit, Miss Stu:-ti-vziiit, Mr. Mm-gzui, Mr. Vussi-lnxuixi. Mr. llztgre-riy, Mr. Rruxxi-r, Mr. Hi-likwitz. Mr. I'uttvrsuii, Mr. H zi lemon, M rs. Maltz Capricornus and Aquarius MARY S. CLINE B. A., Bryn Mawr College English: Girls' Tennis. Operetta Deep-sea tishing, boating RUTH DULL B. S., New York University Clothing ' Travel, drama MARTIN T. HAGERTY B. S., M. S.. Lafayette College Assistant Principal: Ushers' Club Gardening and creating new species of plants MAX C. HARMON B. A.. University of Maine: M. A.. Columbia University American Civilization Camping EDNA P. IVIETZ Easton High School 1934 Office Reading and dancing STANLEY D. MORGAN B. S., Pennsylvania State Col- lege: M. A., Lafayette College Mathematics Science, philosophy. chess. and checkers NI. KATHRYN NEWNIAN B. S., New York University Shorthand. Typing Books, flowers HURLEYVO. PATTERSON B. A., M. A., Lafayette College Physics: Physics Club Camping. hunting WALTER C. RENKWITZ B. S. in Music. New York University Band: Orchestra Camping and fishing THERESA SIMONETTA B. S. in Home Economics. Immaculata College Clothing and Foods Reading, general crafts EDITH STURTEVANT Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts: B. S.. New York Univer- sity Supervisor of Art Traveling, visiting art galleries 0 Nm: Ten 9 gn- Si-aitwl Altss I. Mztuu-i-, Miss Storrs Miss lit-init-r ' A is lztittliliu Mr. llivlturils, Mt' litlvlili-i', Mr. l-'ttvlti-titliztl. Mr. .lultu-s. Mr, XY:tutii'r'. all' Klmlt, alr, lli-itil:-rsiiit Pisces and Aries Vvlll.l.lAM l:ACKlfN'l'llAl. Ph. B.. M. A.. Lafayette College American Civilization Fishing lll-RIS! tri' 'lf Ht2Ntnt1RsoN B. S.. M, A.. University of Pennsylvnaia llead ol Department of Business liducation and Employment Bureau: Oratorical Society Theatre S.XltAll l1l.lfAl5liil'll l'lll.l.YlZli B A. Barnard College. M. A.. Columbia University lnglish: .lunior Play. Senior Class Adviser Music and drama Al-lllilif JAMES, SR. B. S.. Bucknell University Chemistry: Chemistry Clulw. Junior Class Adviser Hiking .lostivtt K1.ociK B. S.. llast Stroudsburg State Teachers Collegez M. lid.. llennsylvania State College Biology: Football Vloociworking, floral work NVlI.l.lAM Ii. Kutatsttait B S.. East Stroudsburg State Teachers American Civilization Coaching tennis at Lafayette. golfing llJA M. MACHIEI5 B. S.. Columbia University. M. A.. New York University Dietetics. Homemaking Rock gardens and pools XV. CLYDF NO'l'lES'l'lNF B S, liast Stroudsburg State Teachers College Physical Education: Track Sports. especially track GRACE REIMISR New York University Geography National Audubon Society m i CllARl.l5S XV. RICHARDS B. S.. Lafayette College Mathematics: Faculty Manager of Athletics. Baseball Sports lfizascitis H. Stotzits B. A.. M, A.. St. lawrence University linglish: Rechuutfe, Chess Club Vacationing in Northern New York Wtl.I.1AM T. WAt3NtiR B. A.. Franklin and Marshall: M. A.. University of Michigan l.atin: Sodalitas l.atina Outdoor sports. especially hunt- ing 1' ai 2- Q qw Si-ntetl-Mr. Stum- Stzuidixig'-Mr. Stanton. Miss Gwgui-y, Miss Shii-k, Mrs. Ili-nry, Miss Kelli-rmzin, Miss Zurrlc, Mr. Smiilwivlt, Miss Hziliin I is WK? EVANGELINE M. HENRY B. S., East Stroudsburg State Teachers College English: Red and White Travel, fishing, hiking, swim- MARIA TERESA BABIN ming B, A.. M. A., University of Puerto Rico Spanish. French: La Fraternidad ELLEN DECKER KELLERMAN B. S. in Education, East Strouds- burg State Teachers College Academic Subjects and Crafts Espanola Travel, literature JAMES B. BEAM A variety of handicrafts B. S. in Music, New York JOHN KRESSLER University Supervisor of Music: Operetta B' S" Ifafayettecollege Collecting antiques Chemistry' History Sports PHYLLIS GREGORY B. A.. Wilson College. M. A.. CHARLES M' SANDWICK Columbia University B. A.. Lehigh University English: Junto Mathematics: Mathematics Club Horseback riding Mathematics, Social Science Taurus and Gemini ELIZABETH B. SHICK B. S., Pennsylvania State Teach- ers College Clothing and Foods Swimming ROY E. STANTON Ph.B.. Lafayette College: M. A.. Columbia University: University of Montpelier American Civilization 3 Junior- Senior Hi-Y Roses ELTON E. STONE B. A.. University of Nebraska: M. A., Columbia University Principal: E. H. S. A.. Sopho- more Hi-Y Playing golf EVA R. ZUCK B. S.. New York University Clothing Handwork 0 Etsve 4 Twnv: 0 n accordance with our theme, seniors are arranged by the sign under which they were born. The Hrst group begins near the end of June and extends for three months. The other groups are of the same length and follow through the year until graduation time, the end of June, is again reached. The key to the senior Writeups is as follows: a-Appellation s-Sign of zodiac t-Training r-Recreation o-Objective 1-Likes o-One-word description g-Grievance y-Yearly activities 1 .. -55 f f Xu' jf 1-.n -P M K 4. uint 5 on- ' ,Q -, . ' 21.11-'-fn ' 'w -J. :!. !+',Ehq9i:3Q.g N ,.,,,..5 V .. .. .i.,. ..l . if ug- f'W-' Em . fawA wg? 1 ' .-J.:..,w'i "" " "A-, . ,V Q ,. .95 'xkigfir ' 1. if-A ' .if 'LS-'1'1g,, . ',.:v, mf .'1,.. M. 12? ' ':..'if1f'iQf,'Q.f I" 1' 254' if. . ll -vii'-. MH ini. F, 'va ,far 1 -gas H' ' 5 iii? N A.,4V:.A. .1 -.w H1 " Ag 'tit' r 1 Q f-'f-- X 1 "'T,3f'!9-'ff' " ir". F" ,I f j.--Qriliijflfigif 5 Q1 Q V. 3 1 A,-X., ww ,Ml ,!. - ,a,l.L7u,g . .. . ' ..t15'f. 4-9- 'fz . ., ' v.n,.1 J - ' ' G? " w 92 Mali' f"'1 - f I., Ui 13" '55 .M -. F 1. fv- . A F .Ak 1 rxij F -A A f X . w . 1 f . 4. X V . 'gn ' "3 I 1 . - . ' . ' ,, .Gym 1 .f L .. 1 .. K 4+ . 7+ , ,J .. . . . tm V Wxgiffffiff AN 'f - H 5 ' if ' JH' 1 2 " ' ggi.-K., 5.5 ' ' 'YS:'5,,.' . 'C xi. 1-1.173 H r ff' 1 .-5 ' .til f ' ' '14 V 4, fry., A ,R ., , 1' V . . ' " ,- ., 4, 4 ,git ru fi First: Mary Jones, Jzu-It Brubztki-r, John Ki-wk, .lunn-s Gulf- f nm-y. Nunn-y'Shillini.fvr, H4-rnmnu Ilmnli-ur, .lan-It Hrynllt ' Sw-mul: .lulm Silnmu-tru, Ilzilph Mu1'm-in, ltii-lmrcl Lewis, -' James XY.-st. Ilvorgr- Pitti-ngvr, Itulwrt Svhniitlt, Jun-k '.' ' Weiss. llzxrnld l"lY2ll1S. Jnme-S Hvlnstrvi-t. Miss Hillyvr S I C I t President JAMES GAFFNEY Vice President JOHN KECK Secretary NANCY SHILLINGER Treasurer JACK BRUBAKER Adviser Miss SARAH ELIZABETH I-IILLYER Raffaele Muraca Lib. H Jack Weiss 208 Richard Lewis 113 Robert Schmidt 203 John Simonetta l I0 James West A James Hemstreet 204 Harold Evans George Pittenger Lib. M Jack BYYNIY 213 James Ciaffney l 10 A The Senior Cabinet is composed of students elected by the Senior Class to plan its activities and to find solutions for its problems. Commencement and Baccalaureate Service plans, Class Day activities, the Senior Finale, and the Senior Hop were all under its direction. The Cabinet is also responsible for the Senior Play and this ycar sold class pins and crew hats to raise money for the treasury. 0 THIRTEEH Fountain 0 TH 8. s t r o l o E .V OMAS ACHENBACH Tommy Cancer General Horse racing Singing on the radio Newspaper reading Debonair Reformers Glee Club l, Z: Dramatic Z: Senior Play DORIS AMELIA ANDREWS 8. Tutty S Cancer T. General I' Movies 0 Nursing 1 Dancing 0 Quiet g Homework y Curricular Vs7ll.l.lAM ANTRIM a XVid S Virgo t Commercial I' Basketball O U. S. Navv 1 Sports o Athletic g Missing a football game y Curricular NICK AZZOLINA a Azzy S Virgo T. General I' Stamp collecting O Printing 1 Math 0 Persistent g History y Curricular STEVE BERESKY 8. Steve S Virgo li General I' Sports O Joining the Navy 1 Football, basketball O Modest g Girls y Football l. 1, 'tz Basket- ball l, Z IR l E Nl? DOROTI ll' BOTTOS a S t r o l o Q Y Renee Leo General Skating, dancing Secretarial work Spaghetti and meat balls Talkative Spinach G. A. C. l. 2 CHARLOTTE GRACE ALTEMOSE a Charlotte S Virgo T. Commercial I' Music Accountancy 0 1 0 Reticent Noisy people Orchestra l, 2, 33 Chem- istry 3: Bowling 3 Cello playing S Y EDGAR ANTRIM a Ed S Virgo f. General I' Sports O Farming 1 Baseball, basketball O Bashful g Silly people y Basketball l, Z, 3 EARL ARNOLD a Earl S I.eo 'C Commercial I' Music O Store or office work 1 Picture magazines 0 Trustworthy g Women's fashions y Ushers 1.2, 3: Band l, 2. 3 CLINTON CHARLES BEALER 8. Beetle S Leo f. General I' Reading 0 Carpentry 1 Automobiles O Companionable g Flat tires y Ushers l, Z. 3: Assistant Manager Tennis 2 FRFDRICA BOEHMER 3. Fredie S Virgo 'L General I' Piano Commercial teaching Dincing, swimming 0 Versatile Bow ties Sodalitas Latina I: Drama- tic l: Dewey Decimal l. 2. 3: Girl Reserves Z. 3 o 1 3 Y MARJORI E JEAN BOYLE a Marge S Cancer T. Commercial 1' Collecting dogs 0 Nursing 1 Dancing 0 Musical g Persons who dislike dogs y Orchestra 2, 3: Girl Rt:- serves 2, 3 HOPE LOVE BRITTAIN 8. Lovie S Virgo 12 General I' Dancing Interior decorating Skating 0 Flirtatious g Languages y Dramatic I. 2: Music I: Nature 3: Arts and Craft 3 o 1 ELIZABETH IRENE BURKE 8. Betty S Leo T. General I' Dancing O Nursing l Banana splits O Ambitious g Conspicuous people y Dewey Decimal 1: Nature I: G. A. C. I: Current Events 2 HELEN IVIARIE BUSCO 8. Bus Company Cancer General S t I' Swimming Tclephone operating Canoeing. dancing 0 Carefree g Studying y Tennis I, 2, 3 O l ELIZABETH BELL CAVISTON a Libby S Leo 1. College Preparatory I' Music 0 Pennsylvania Univ. Hospital 1 Dancing 0 Dependable g German y Der Deutsche Verein 3: Band 3 QLTENTIN SINCLAIR CRAIG 8. Red S Virgo TL General I' Radio O Bliss Electrical School l Electricity 0 Imperturbable g Cheap radios y Band I, Z, 3: Stage Man- ager 3: Stage 2 JOSEPH WILLIAM DESTEPHANO 8 Pip Cancer Commercial I' Baseball Managing large business Basketball O Studious g Swimming .X-K y Curricular s t o 1 HARRISON BROWN B. Brownie S Leo 12 General I' Hunting 0 U. S. Navy 1 Stamps. traveling 0 Individualistic S Y Dull stories Curricular JOSEPHINE JOAN BUSCEMI a Bino S Leo T. Commercial I' Dancing O Nursing l Bowling 0 Amiable g Funerals y G. A. C. 1, 2, 3: Girl Reserves Z, 35 Dramatic 3: Bowling 3 RICHARD BRUCE CAREY 3 Max S Virgo 'L College Preparatory I' Model airplanes 0 Lafayette College 1 'Music, bass horn O Jovial g Too much exertion y Band 1, 2, 3: Chinktewunk 1, 2: La Fraternidad Es- panola I, 2: Orchestra 2. 37 Current Events 2: Hi-Y 2,3 ARTHUR CORNELIUS a Art S Virgo T. General I' Weight-lifting Auto mechanics Fishing 0 1 0 Humorous Toys Dramatic 3 E Y VICTOR CLEMENT IDARNELL 8. Vic Cancer College Preparatory S t r Sea-traveling Mass. Inst. of Technology Flying, music 0 Outspoken g Formal parties y Tennis 2. 3: Chemistry 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3: Delegate As- sembly 2: Business Manager Rechauffcf: Physics 3: Cur- rent Events 3 0 1 DOROTHY MAE DIETZEL a I-Ion S Leo T. General I' Movies O Housework l Music 0 Energetic g Required reading y Curricular 0 Finssn JUNI7 TILIZABIITH EDINGIER 3 Corky S Virgo T. General I' Movies O Churchman's Bus. College 1 Chewing gum O Vigorous g Silence y Curricular ANTONIO JOHN FFDERICO a Tony S Cancer T, College Preparatory r Gold 0 Millersville State T'rs. Col, l Hunting O Active g Smoking y Physics 3: Baseball l. 2. 3: I,a liraternidad Espanola l. 2,3 RUTH SlllRl.EY liRANKl.lN 3. Ruth S Virgo 'L Commercial I' Swimming O Secretarial work 1 Movies. chocolate cake O lfriendly g Hats y Curricular ESTHER MAE GRANDA a Essie S Leo 'L College Preparatory 1' Reading Art school Bowling. baseball 0 Sensitive Spinach Arts and Craft l, 2, 3: Bowling 3 o 1 E Y lVl.-XRtlUlTRl'l'lE RUTH HARING H Peggy S Virgo T. Com mercial I' Swimming 0 Secretarial work l Hiking O Fun-loving g Snakes y Curricular Mrll' ELIZABETH HliNTllORN a Susie S Leo T. College Preparatory I' Reading O Nursing l Bow ties O lndividualistic g Cement sundaes y Sodalitas l.atina l, 31 Na- ture lz Der Deutsche Verein l. Z, 3: Rerhcztzffti: Girl Reserves Z. 3 JOHN Jmufs IINFA 3 Johnny S l.eo T. Commercial I' Stamp collecting O Accountancy 1 Baseball 0 Diminutive g Girls y Intramural Basketball l. I l,I,oYo l7lTt'll a Butch S Cancer t General r' Sports 0 NVorlt 1 Books of all kinds O Obliging g Noise y Band l ADl7l.YNli lVl.NRll3 liRl3YT.Mi 8. Adelyne S I.eo T. College Preparatory 1' Painting O Pennsylvania State College l Music 0 Ambitious g Dunce caps y Current Events l: Le Cercle lirancais Z, 3: Dramatic 3: Junto: Red and lVh1'1e 3: Glee Club 3 ARTHUR HERBERT HARING E1 Art S Cancer 'L General I' Sports 0 Woodxvorking 1 Outdoor sports 0 Quiet g Talkative girls y Band l: Football 2. 3: ln tramural Basketball 2 ROBERT EARL HAYS B. Bud S l.eo T. General I' XVoodwotlting Government ish Dancing 0 Debonair g Noisy girls y Ushers l, l, 3: lfootlmall l: Track 2, 3: Dramatic 3 o 1 lfDWAR D cl AMES HOADLEY 3. Ed S Virgo 'L General r Hunting 0 National Farm School 1 Handling guns 0 Silent g Compulsory assignments y Intramural Basketball l. Z. 3 HELEN MARIE JANOS a Helen S Virgo t College Preparatory I' Swing music 0 Nursing 1 Cooking O Cooperative g Study halls y Sodalitas Latina l: Dewey Decimal l, Z: Glee Club l. 2: G. A, C. l: Class Treas- urer 2: Rechuuffe: Girl Reserves 2, 3 ELM ER ELLSWORTH JOHNSON a Elmer S Cancer 12 General I' Christian Endeavor work O Manual Labor l VJork O Sedate g interruptions y Curricular GEORGE SANDT KAISER H Kais S Cancer t General I' Music 0 Professional music 1 Outdoor sports 0 Frank g Homework y Curricular RALPH XVILLIAM KICHLINE a Creamy Leo General I' Automobile driving Diesel school Repairing cars s t O 1 0 Placid g Egotists y Curricular JOHN MILTON KOHL 8. Kohly S Virgo T, General I' Making model airplanes O Airplane mechanics 1 Baseball O Exuberant g German poems y Manager Baseball I, 2 3: Ass't. Manager Basketball l 1 Der Deutsche Verein 3: Red Jackets 3: Arts and Craft l, 2 BREDINE JANE JOHNSON a Bert S Virgo T. General I' Dancing New York Hospital Becoming clothes O Cheerful g Careless people y Girl Reserves 2. 3: Current Events 2, 3: Dramatic 3: Chemistry 3: Oratorical 3 o 1 MARJORI E JOHNSON 3 Marge S Virgo t General I' Dancing O Teaching of dancing 1 Music O Demure g Non-dancers y Dramatic 3 WILLIIXXI REED KELLER B Bill S Cancer T. General I' Collecting O Carpentry 1 Sports O Likeable g Conceited people y Curricular AARON WEST KLEIN a Kleiny S Cancer T. General r Sports 0 Aviation 1 Hunting O Jolly g Bowling y Football 1: Assistant Man- ager Track 2: Manager Track 3: Glee Club 3 MADALYN ELIZABETH KUKODA 23. Mad S Leo T. General r Swimming Nursing Tennis, hiking O Energetic Speeches G. A. C. l: Nature lr Checker 2. 3: Chemistry 3 o l S Y GEORGE KUZNIACK IVIARJORIE GRACE LEVERINGTON 8. Kuba 8. Margie S Virgo S Cancer 'L General T. General I' Sports I' Reading 0 Accountancy l American civilization class 0 Reserved g Signing petitions y Curricular O Beauty culture 1 Dancing O Sociable g Sandwiches y Girl Reserves 2, 3 I' 0 Seventeen remain 0 RAYMOND I.OWIi 8. Speed S Virgo 'l'. General r' Hunting Job with advancement Fishing, swimming O I.ively g Silly people y Curricular o 1 NAOMI LUTTENBERGER a Naomi S Cancer t General I' Dancing 0 Clerking 1 Swimming 0 Retiring g Homework y G. A. C. l: Bowling 3 WlI,I.IAM TIIOMAS IVICINISRNEY 3. Wild Bill S Leo t General I' Sports O Printing 1 Reading 0 Amiable g Tiresome speeches y Intramural Basketball I, Z: Baseball 3 LUCIA ACKERMAN IVlAGIl.L a. Muggsie S Cancer T, College Preparatory X' Music 0 Moravian College 1 Swimming 0 Ambitious g Rhubarb y Sodalitas Latina 1, 2, 3: Der Deutsche Verein l, Z, 3: Nature l: Glee Club 2, 3: Girl Reserves 2. 3 VvIII.I.IAIll IVIA'I'YGIiR 8. Bill S Virgo t Commercial I' Reading O Commercial position 1 Outside sports 0 Sincere g Smoking y Curricular ROLAND IVIESSINGER 3. Clark S Leo T. General I' Stamp collecting O Clerking 1 Mustaches 0 Friendly g Slow driving y Orchestra 2. 3 ROBERT ALEXANDER Lust a Bob S I.eo T, General I' Bowling 0 Roentgenology 1 Baseball, sports O Reticent g Candy y Bowling l JOI IN ROBERT IVICINERNIEY 8 Mick S Cancer T. College Preparatory I' Fishing O Contracting 1 Baseball 0 Cheerful g Cheating y Curricular IJAUI.INIf BILYIARICE Macktss 3. Pat S Cancer T. General X' Hiking Beauty culture Roller and ice skating O Vivacious g Spinach y G.A.C.l.Z,3 o l JAMES GLADSTONE IVIATCHIETTE a Sticks S Cancer T. Commercial I' Reading 0 Bookkeeping l Stamp collecting 0 Serious g I.ost stamps y Curricular FRANK IEUGIENIE IVIESSA a Butch S I.eo T. General 1' Swimming O Printing 1 Baseball. football 0 Bashful g Girls y Football l. 2: Intramural Basketball l, 2: Baseball 1 RUTH CHRISTINA MESSINGER 8. Ruthie S Leo 'IZ General X' Dancing Dress designing Music O 1 0 Reserved g Iilashy colors y G. A. C, l, 2 CARL LEWIS MILLER a Carl S Virgo T, General I' Airplanes 0 Aviation 1 Girls 0 Mischievous Talking E Y Curricular GRACE ELIZABE'I'H MILLER a Gracie Cancer General I' Roller skating Dress designing Ice cream s t O 1 0 Talkative g Snobbish people y G. A. C. 2. 3 IXIAR Y ANN MOHR Ei Mohr S Leo t Commercial I' Tennis Secretarial work XValking O Animated g Talkative persons y G. A. C. 1, 2: Dramatic ln Nature l: Dewey Deci- mal 2. '51 Girl Reserves 2. '53 Cheerleading 2. 3 O 1 NANCY RUTH MORRISON a Martha S Leo T. General I' Swimming Housekeeping Writing jazz music O Hilarious g Noisy people y G. A. C. I: Dramatic 3 o 1 DOROTHY GRACE MYERS a Pat S Virgo 'L Commercial I' Collecting photographs 0 Churchman's Bus. College 1 Music. movies 0 Merry g Bad music y Band l, 2, 3: G. A. C. I. 2: Glee Club l: Girl Re- serves 2 l.auR.x ROBERSON O'CONNEl.l. Ei Laura S Virgo T, General I' Sewing 0 Child nursing 1 Child care O Conservative g Flat foot Hoogees y Nature l: Dramatic 3 EVELYN HELEN MILLER a Avalon S Cancer T. General I' Movies. traveling O Nursing l Scottie dogs, antique glass 0 Gay g Oysters y Tennisl MARGARET JANE MILLER a Marge S Cancer f. Commercial I' Reading Office work Swimming O Determined g Untidv attire y Band l. 2. 3 O 1 IVIARY AUDREY MORCSAN 3 Aud S Virgo T. College Preparatory I' Collecting paper napkins O Beauty culture school l Sewing 0 Spirited Reading S y Orchestra l: La Fraternidad Espanola 1, 2: Girl Re- serves 2. 3g Nature I RAFFAELE FRANCESCO IVIURACA a Raff S Leo T, College Preparatory 1' Chemistry 0 Lafayette College l Arguing 0 Enthusiastic Democracy Sodalitas Latina l. 2: Chemistry 2. 3: Oratorical 3: Physics 2: Glee Club 3: Nature l, Z. 3: Current Events l. 3: Le Cercle Francais 3: Delegate Assemf bly 1, 2, 3 E 5' ELEANOR JUNE NIPER a Eleanor Cancer Commercial S t I' Reading o 1 Secretarial work Hiking. dancing 0 Sociable Short dresses G. A. C. l, Z: Girl Reserves Z, 3 S Y GEORGE ITEIT OSMUN E1 Fighty S Leo t College Preparatory r Swimming Lafayette College Blues songs. mushrooms O 1 0 Imaginative Sauerkraut Junto: Sodalitas Latina 3: Le Cercle Francais 2. 3 S Y L La ,. 0 NINHEEN ith Twsnrv 0 ANN lfl.lZAl5Il'l'H OYER a Annie S Virgo T, General r Reading Public relations liashion designing 0 1 0 Charming g Egg plant y Curricular IIRANK JOHN PALUSO a French S Virgo T. Commercial I' Collecting 0 Bookkeeping 1 Outdoor sports 0 Quiet g Blatant individuals y Band l, 2, 3 CARL PAUI. l7lf'l'RlGNfXNl a Sully S Leo T. General I' Sports 0 Continuing school 1 Music O Witty g Girls y Band l, 2, 3 lYlAURlCE ELVVOOD lJRlNlE a Porky S Cancer T. General r Books 0 Eckel's llmbalming School 1 Pinochle 0 Companionable g Fasting y Football l HENRY XVARRPN RAK HOT a Warren S Cancer T, College Preparatory r Stamp Collecting l,afayette College Chess O Good-natured g Democrats y Stamp l: Sodalitas l.atina 1, 2. 3: Chess 2. 3: Chink- tewunk l: Checker 33 Physics 3: l.e Cercle Pran- cais 3: Oratorical 'S o 1 DOROTHY VIOLA RAUB 8 Dot S I.eo t General r Tennis Nursing Skating 0 Reserved g Walking y Curricular o 1 .Lr- IDA MARY PACCI llOl.I 8. lda S l,eo t Commercial X' Reading Secretarial work Quiet people, Spanish O Reticent g Silly girls O l y La firaternidad Espanola 1. 3: G. A. C. Z FRANCIS GEORGE PAUL a Skip S Virgo t College Preparatory I' Camping O Lehigh University l Mathematics 0 Athletic g Bunions y Football l. 2, 'Sz Cilee Club 2: Operetta 2: Delegate Assembly 2 HELEN MARIE Powiart. a Hel S Virgo T. Commercial 1' Dancing 0 Bookkeeping l Swimming. movies 0 Jolly g Shorthand y G. A. C. l LESTER BENJAMIN PURSELL 8. Buck S Leo T, General r Guitar O Work in a paper mill 1 Printing O Witty g Mathematics y Curricular JOHN RATKIIQVICZ 3. Johnny S l,eo t General I' Hunting 0 Joining the Navy 1 Fishing 0 Reliable g Studying y Curricular Bl.:XNtfHli MM? RAUstTllWt3NDI5!. a Blanchie S Virgo T. General I' Dancing 0 Beauty culture 1 Music O Conservative g Homework y Curricular TONS' RENALDI a Spike S Virgo T. General I' Basketball Iiloriculture Sports 0 l O Likeable g Overheated rooms y Intramural Basketball 2 JAINIIZS RICCI a Riccolo S Cancer T. Commercial I' Target shooting 0 VVork 1 Tennis 0 Musical g Dancing y Band 1. 2, 3 XVIl.l.IAM Josiiml ROBERTSON a Bill S Cancer T. College Preparatory I' Debating O VVashington and Lee l Iiorums O Nlischievous g Eighth periods y l.a Fraternidad Espanola 1: Stamp l: Current Events 2. 3 ARSELIA ROSSI a Rossi S Cancer t Commercial I' Collecting and typing recipes Pratt Institute Basketball 0 1 0 Cheerful g Conceited people y Curricular ROBERT HARRY SCHMIDT 8. Bob S Cancer Y. College Preparatory I' Stamp collecting Electrical work Tinplate railroading 0 1 0 Dignified g Algebra y Der Deutsche Verein l. 2. 3: Glee Club l. Z. 3: Dele- gate Assembly 2, 3: Oper- ctta l, Z. 3: Stamp l: Physics 3 I'lIfNRIIiTTA KATHERINE SCOTT a Hennie Leo General - S 12 I' Collecting souvenirs Slenographic work Good-looking people O Refreshing g Boasting y Intramural Basketball l. 2: G. A. C. l. 2. 3 o 1 IVIILDRED GERALDINE RENNE a Jerry S Virgo T. College Preparatory I' Swimming 0 College 1 Reading 0 Industrious Noise S y Dewey Decimal 1, 2, 3: Dramatic 3 5 Le Cercle Francais 3 VICTOR WILLIANI RICCI 8. Ricci S Virgo T. Commercial I' Collecting athletic statistics O Bloomsburg S. T. College l Baseball O Athletic g Poor sportsmanship y Ushers 3: Football l ELAINE LOIS ROSENTHAL a Boody S Virgo T. Commercial I' Swimming Secretarial work Pretty clothes O Vivacious g Noisy people y Dramatic 3 o 1 JOSEPHINE MARIE SCERBO a Joey S Leo T. Commercial I' Ballroom dancing Secretarial work Swimming O Petite g Reciting in class y G. A. C. l: Dramatic Z o 1 ANNA iVlARIE SCHWEIZER 3. Ann S Virgo T. General I' Horseback riding Ranching in Texas Cowboys O Romantic g Opera y Curricular o 1 DORIS IVIAE SERITAS 3. Doris S Cancer 'C College Preparatory I' Dancing Teaching Butch haircuts O Original g Trig homework y Sodalitas Latina l. Z, 3: Girl Reserves 2. 3: I.e Cercle Francais 2. 3: Dewey Decimal l. 2. 3: Civics l: G. A. C. 1: Dramatic l, 2 o 1 0 Twsmv-ous Tweurv-two 0 PFARL M.'Xli SllAlfliR ROBLIEY RUNGLISON SHANE!!-lERtiER a Scotty S Cancer T. General I' Collecting 0 Dress designing 1 State troopers 0 Quiet g History y Curricular ANNA HliI.lfN SHANNON E Anne S Cancer T. General I' Outdoor sports O Ofiice work 1 Freedom of speech O Whimsical g Short lunch Periods y Curricular CiRACli SlifGl'lllliD 3 Red S Virgo T. Commercial I' Music O Music teaching 1 Music. sports O Cheerful g Sissies, snohs y Curricular Doitoil-it JANE SMt't'H a Dottie S Virgo T. General I' Movies 0 Nursing l Jitterbugs o Attractive g Dull persons y Dramatic 1 liI,X'IRA HANNAI l SOCKS B. NVa XVa S l,eo T. General X' Dancing 0 Designing l Art. dancing 0 Fxciting g History y G. A. C, l: Arts and Craft l GRACE lVlARlE VT.-XNZlfl.l.A a Flute S I.eo T. College Preparatory I' Dancing Julliard School of Music Music. swimming O Fun-loving g Stupid drivers. insincerity y Orchestra l, Z, 3: Girl Re- serves 2. 3: Glee Club 31 I.a Fraternidad Espanola 3: Sodalitas Latina 3: Delegate Assembly l. 2: Band l o l a Shaney S l,eo T. Commercial I' Fishing O Bookkeeping 1 Outdoor sports O Dignihed g Shaving y Curricular VICTOR NVAl.TER SHOTKO a Vicke S Virgo T. General I' Horseback riding 0 Mechanics 1 Girls 0 Reticent g Smoking y Curricular ARl.lNCi'l'ON EIXQAR Smttiictaf B. Peanut S Cancer T. Commercial I' Tennis Bookkeeping Red sweaters O Sportsmanlv g Double faults y Tennis Z, 'Sz Hi-Y 3: Ushers l. 2: Delegate As- sembly l: lntramural Bas- ketball l, Z: Asst. Manager Football l o 1 MARJORIE GRACE SNYDIQR 8. Margie Leo General I' Singing Vocal work Dancing s t 0 l 0 Musical g Uninteresting people y Glee Club 3 llFl,l5N lil,llAl'sl5'l'll fi'liROlSlli a Peanut Virgo Commercial I' Swimming 0 Secretarial work l Tennis 0 lmpetuous Fat people G. A. C. 2 S t Z Y ROBERT SAMUEL TAYLOR 8 Taylor S Cancer T. General 1' Sports 0 Government service l Woodworking 0 Happy-go-lucky g Noisemakers y Football l: Intramural Base ketball 2 VJARREN BROOME TESKE Warren Leo College Preparatory Stamp collecting Lafayette College Football, food, sleep Serious Egotistical people Curricular YOLANDA C. TOMAINO Un Cancer Commercial Reading Stenographic work Acting Thoughtful Jitterbugs Current Events l. 2, 3: Dewey Decimal 1, 2, 3: Dramatic 3 JANE CHRISTINA U LBA Janey Leo Commercial Dancing Secretarial work or bkeeping Basketball Active Stupid students G. A. C. l. 2. 3: Bowling 3 ANTHONY VJILLIAM VIS CONI Shorty Virgo General Football Mechanics Sports Diminutive Eighth periods Curricular SARA IVIARIE VJEATHERITORD Sally Cancer General Singing Jefferson Hospital Dancing Reserved Stocking runs Glee Club I. Z, 3: Oper- etta I: Girl Reserves Z, 3: Delegate Assembly l JXMES LESTER WEST Jim Cancer General Music Post graduate course Trumpet playing, jazz Handsome Pessimists Ushers I. 2. 3: Band l. Z. 3: Intramural Basketball l. 2: La Fraternidad Espanola Z. 3: Glee Club 2, 3: Red and Wh1'te: Rechauffe: Or- chestra 2 ALVERA A. TOMAINO a Vivi S Virgo T. Commercial I' Reading O College l Music O Jolly g Denouncers of women drivers y Current Events l. 2, 33 Dewey Decimal l. Z. 3: Girl Reserves Z. 3: ALLEN FREDERICK UHLER 8. Fred S Virgo T. General P Photography Penna. S, C. of Optometry Cheerleaders O Optimistic Pessimists La Fraternidad Espanola i, 2, 3: Chinktewunk l, Z. 3 o 1 Z Y HELEN VACURGIS a Red S Virgo 1. Commercial I' Swimming 0 Newspaper reporting 1 Clothes 0 Quiet g Cats and spinach y G, A. C. 2, 3 JOHN WALLAESA, JR. 8. Wal S Virgo 'li General I' Scrapbooks 0 Clerking 1 Sports 0 Good-humored g Girls y Baseball l, 2, 3: Football I EDWARD JOHN WEID.XXX' 8. Ed S Cancer t General I' Camping 0 Printing l Hiking 0 Energetic g Graduation, leaving school y Chinktewunk I , 2, 3: Nature l JOHN XVILSON a Scotty S Leo 1, General I' Chemistry 0 Chemical work l Traveling O Agreeable g Getting up early y Physics 3 rib! 0 Twsmv-mass I Twemv-sous 0 GRAYCE EMMILIN WOOLLEY 8. Gracie S Virgo T. General I' Dancing O Clerking 1 Sports. dressmaking 0 Reticent Politics Orchestra l, 2 E Y FRANK LEWIS ZOCCOLA 8 Pip S Leo f. General I' Ball playing 0 Printing 1 Sports O Confident g Anyone who dislikes sports y Football 1, 2: Baseball Z, SAUL ZIEV 3 Zivvie S Leo T. College Preparatory I' Music 0 Lafayette College l Trucking, outdoor sports 0 Active g Silly people y Band ll, 23 Nature lp Physics 2: Intramural Bas- ketball 2 ROBERT WHITMAN Stine B. Skippy S Cancer 1. General 1' Interior decorating Traveling in seach of a job Dancing 0 1 O Adventurous Dull assembly programs Curricular Z Y 3: lntramural Basketball l, 2 I Horosco e The members of this group are cheerful and carefree. They have a smile ready for everyone and desire to make all about them happy. They can acclimate themselves to almost any type of posi- tion but will desire to do something creative. They have strong tendencies toward writing and acting. The only thing necessary for their success is constant supervision and encouragement. Unless they are so pushed, they will be only mediocre. Art furnishes a medium for recreation for about a third of the group. The remainder find pleasure in sports, especially hiking and camping. They will be the organizers of clubs and recreation centers. i CLAIRE ELIZABETH ABERT a Claire S Sagittarius t Commercial I' Dancing Secretarial work Tennis 0 1 0 Athletic g Rainy weather y Tennis l, Z, 3: G. A. C. I: Girl Reserves 2, 3: Bowling 3 GERALD EDYNIN BEATTY E. Jerry S Sagittarius t College Preparatory I' Scouting Lafayette College Spinach. upward coiffure O 1 0 Debonair g Kibitzers y Track l. 2. 3: Checker 2: Current Events 2. 33 Chinktewunk I, 3 GEORGE VJARREN BESS,-'-N 8. George S Libra t College Preparatory I' Photography Temple University Traveling 0 1 O Silent Physics Z y Motion Picture 3 ROBERT BUDD BETTS a Jo-Jo S Sagittarius 12 College Preparatory I' Tennis O Preparatory school 1 Fun 0 Talkative g Parties y Der Deutsche Verein 1, 2: Hi-Y 2. 3: Sodalitas Latina l: Tennis l. 2, 3: Physics 3 ES'I'lil.l.E BODNARSKY 8. Estel S Libra t General I' Sports O Dressmaking 1 Dancing O Humorous g Conceit y Curricular EI.IZABlE'liII JOYCE BROAD B. Betty S Libra 'L College Preparatory I' Stamps 0 Moravian College 1 Kittens O Reserved g Brussels sprouts y Le Cercle Francais I. 2: Sodalitas Latina l, Z. Chess l, Z: Dramatic ll Glee Club Z, 3: Girl Re- serves 2, 3: Chemistry 3: Bowling 3 ANNA IVIARGUERITE BAHR B. Raddie S Sagittarius 'L Commercial I' Swimming 0 Office work 1 Dancing 0 Efficient g Puns y Dramatic 2: Girl Reserves 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais Z. 3 HELEN MAY BERTRAND 3. Bert S Scorpio T. Commercial I' Swimming Churchman's Bus. College Swiss Shop 0 1 0 Dependable g Children y Curricular RENTON BEAM BETHNIANN a Botts S Sagittarius T. General I' Hunting and fishing Musical career Squirrels 0 1 0 Good-looking Yellow shoes Glee Club 2, 3: Dramatic Z, 3: Operetta 2, 3: Ora- torical 3 S Y GERTRUDE EDITH BIBLEHEIMER a Trudy S Libra 'IC Commercial I' Sports 0 Churchman's Bus. College 1 Sports. movies. clothes O Sophisticated g Rudeness y G. A. C. l. 2, 3: Girl Re- serves Z, 3: Dewey Decimal 3 CHARLES BOROTA 3. Chot S Scorpio 'L General I' Reading Garage mechanics Reading O Unassuming g I Homework Y Orchestra 2 o l ARIETTA IVIAE BROTZIXIAN 8. Dolly S Sagittarius t Commercial I' Souvenir collecting 0 Secretarial work 1 Dancing. swimming o Witty g Dull people y G,A,C.l:Tennisl,2.3: Girl Reserves 2. 3 'fi' .TWENTY'FIVE Twzurv-six 0 Z15i.xiA RosE BROWN 3 Zemmie l.ibra General S I. I' Swimming O Beauty culture 1 Dancing O Conscientious g Pipes y Red .lackets 3 A LB ERT BUBBA 3 Bud S Scorpio t General I' Collecting coins and stamps 0 Mechanics 1 Blondy O Reticent g Driving an automobile V Curricular llvl.XY JOSl5l'llINlf Cl'l.'XNDl.ER 8. May Sagittarius General I' Collecting souvenirs S t O Business school 1 Dancing O Good-natured g History y Class Secretary l: G. A. C, l. Z. 3: Dewey Decimal l, 2. 3: Dramatic l: Girl Re- serves 2, 3 J U N15 lfl.IZABli'I'H COCHRAN a June S Scorpio 12 General I' Drawing Designing of clothes Reading 0 1 O Retiring g Careless dressing y Curricular JoHN Dosimici CoR1t1ERE 3 Johnnie S Sagittarius 'L General I' Sports 0 Printing 1 NValking around the halls O Practical School lfootball l. 2: Basketball 1. 2 E Y HARRY IRWN DtiNst,ER a Harry S Scorpio 'l General I' Photog raphy Stock- room clerking Swimming 0 1 O Amiahle g Conccit y Curricular JOHN HENRY BRUBACKER, JR. B. Jack S Scorpio 'L College Preparatory I' Scouting Lehigh University Outuoor sports O 1 0 Diplomatic g Nail polish y Ushers l. 2, 3: Chinkte- wunk l. 2, 3: Nature I: Color Guard 2. 3: Hi-Y Z, 3: Track l. 3: Senior Cab- inet lVlORTON XVILLIAM BUGEN a Morty S Scorpio 'L General r Stamps Truck driving Sporzs O l 0 Unassuming g XVorking y Basketball l. 2: Track l. Z MEI v1N CHoPER 8. Chogey S Sagittarius T. College Preparatory I' Sports 0 Abilene Technology School 1 Basketball 0 Amusing lfrench Sodalitas l,atina I: lntra- mural Basketball l. 2: Ten- nis Z. 3 S Y lRENE ANN COHEN a Rene S Scorpio 'L General I' Dancing Modeling Sport clothes 0 1 O Congenial Dirndl dresses G. A C. l. 1: Girl Reservts 7 E Y FRANK S.-XNTO DFl7RANtTlESCO 8. De S Scorpio t General I' Sports O Printing 1 Football O Jovial g Dancing y Curricular l3I.0R LZNCIS JOAN D'HL'YYF'l"l'ERS a lflossie S Scorpio 'L General I' Cake baking O Nursing 1 Symphony music O Gracious g Jan music y G. A. C. Z. 'iz Checkers 3 Glee Clulv 3: Bowling 1 Operetta 3 VITA PAULA RAY DINION 8. Vita S Libra T, College Preparatory r Art 0 Drexel Institute 1 Playing basketball O Cheerful g Wearing dunce caps Y G. A. C. 3 HARRY ROBERT DRAPER a Draper S Sagittarius f. College Preparatory I' Clowning O Howard University l Sports O Fun-loving Opera E y Track l. 2: Sodalitas Latina 1. 2, 3: Ushers 1, 2, 3: Checker 2. 33 Chess 2, 3g Oratorical 3 BENJAMIN DUNGAN 8. Hank S Sagittarius T. General I' Printing 0 Printing 1 Dick Tracy 0 lndustrious g Carelcssness y Manager basketball l, 2, 3: Checker 3: Chess 3 HAROLD L. EVANS 3. Bird S Scorpio T, General I' Hunting O Singing 1 Sports O Amusing g Boisterous crowds y Baseball I. 2. 3: Glee Club 3: Delegate Assembly 2, 3: Operetta 3 NIARION HUDSON FIELD a Hudsy S Sagittarius T. General I' Music. dancing O To play in an all-girl band 1 Sports O Unassuming Mathematics G, A. C. 1: Band 2, 3: Bowling 3 E Y VVARREN HARDING FRITTS a Fritts S Scorpio T. Commercial I' Skating, swimming Business school Bowling, skating O l 0 Congenial Cherry pie Track l: Intramural Bas- ketball I, 2 E Y JEAN KAY DORNSIPE 8. Queenie Libra College Preparatory S T. I' Collecting keys Cornell University Red hair O Dependable g Insects y Glee Club l, 2: Dramatic I: Girl Reserves 2 O l WALTER JOSEPH DUFFEY 3. Walt S Sagittarius T. Commercial I' Reading 0 Getting a job l Dancing 0 Jovial g Staying at home y Ushers3 JAMES HUBERT EDELIXIAN B. .Iim Sagittarius College Preparatory S T. 1' Candid camera O 1 Lafayette College Jam sessions O Entertaining g Violins in swing bands y Band l, Z: Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3: Orchestra 1. 2: Chemistry 3: Nature 3 CHARLES EDWARD FESSLER 8. Chot S Libra 'll General I' Photography 0 Churchmans Bus. College l Library 0 Ambitious g Homework y Band 1 THELNIA JUNE FOX 3. Thelma S Libra T. General I' Raising goldfish 0 Nursing l Gardenia perfume 0 Reserved g Carrying lunches y Nature Club l DORA CONCETTA GASPARETTI 8. Dora S Libra T. College Preparatory I' Music Laboratory technique Dancing, swimming O Pleasant g Onions y Glee Club 3 o 1 0TweNrv-ssveu 'F Q MONT,-XGUE GEISER a Monty S Sagittarius t College Preparatory I' Reading I.afayette College Hunting, dancing. fishing O l O Sociable g Gossip y La Iiraternidad Espanola 1. 2. 3: Intramural Basketball I, Z: Hi-Y 2, 3: Dramatic 3: Senior Play HISRMANA JOYCE Gooolzaiz a Hermie Libra College Preparatory S t I' Dancing, poetry 0 Nursing 1 Dancing O Sweetftempered Icy pavements Dramatic I, '53 Glee Club I. Z. 3: G, A. C. l: Girl Reserves Z, 3: H. S. A. 2, 3: Current Events 2: Oratorical 33 Senior Play Z Y CAROLYN NANNIETTE GREEN a Vvlooch Sagittarius College Preparatory S t I' Riding O 1 Middlebury College Good puns 0 Gleeful g Chewing gum y Sodalitas Latina I, 2, 3: Civics I 3 I.e Cercle Francais 2. 3: Girl Reserves 2, 35 Junto: Dramatic 3 ITRANK SA I.VA'I'ORE GUGLIUZZA a Gug S Sagittarius T. General 1' Sports 0 Plumbing 1 Movies 0 Silent g Uninteresting books y Iiootball l. 2. 3: Basket- ball I. 2. 3: Baseball 2. 3 I"IOVw'ARID HANKS a Hanks S Scorpio t College Preparatory I' Sports 0 Lafayette College 1 Vacation O Frank g Girls y I.a Iiraternidad Espanola 1, Z: Hi-Y Z. 3: Physics 3 SANIUIEI. JAMES HEIT a Horace S Scorpio I. General I' Eoothall 0 Lafayette College 1 Girls O Talkative I,ipstick E y Band 2, 3: Football 2, 3: Current Events 2 Twsurv-eval-ir 0 j ELIZABETH MAE GERHART a Betty S Scorpio t General I' Reading O W.1iting on table 1 Bananas O Quiet g Caterpillars y Curricular ROBERT FRANCIS GRANT a Babe S Sagittarius t General I' Water sports 0 Printing 1 Basketball, baseball O Calm g Jitterbugs y Intramural Basketball 1, 2 Ushers 2: Baseball 3 Davin NYAGNIER GREEN B. Greeny Scorpio College Preparatory I' Photography Lehigh University Radio S t O 1 O Technical Noise Photographer Rechuulfe and .lunlog Physics I. 2, 3 S Y FRANCES BOWIE HALPIN 3. Skip S Scorpio 'L General I' Hair setting 0 Beauty culture 1 Dancing 0 Sophisticated g Untidiness y Curricular RICHARD M1l,'toN HASLET 3. Dick S Libra t Collcge Preparatory I' Scouting, track O Annapolis 1 Mathematics 0 Versatile g Iiingernail polish y Track 1, 2. 3: Chinkte- wunk I. 2. 3: Ushers I, 2, 3: Hi-Y 2. 3: Cheerleading I, 2. 3: Intramural Basket' ball I, 2: Orchestra Z: Phy- sics 2: Color Guard 3: Chemistry 3 DoNat.D ROBERTS HINDMARCH a Don S Scorpio IZ College Preparatory I' Music 0 Lafayette College 1 Bright-colored socks O Courteous Operating bird whistles Band l, Z. 3: Orchestra 1, 2. 3: Hi-Y 2, 3: Delegate E Y Assembly l: Red and White Z: Chemistry 3: La Era- ternidad Espanola 2, 3 EDITH NANNETTE HOUSTON Zi Eadie S Sagittarius t College Preparatory I' Enioying life Wilson College Canoeing. music O l 0 Versatile Blue Danube Waltz Sodalitas Latina l, Z. 3: Girl Reserves 2, 3: Le Cer- cle Francais 2, 3: Orchestra l. 2, 3: Civics l: Editor Red and White 3: Dramatic 3: Senior Play E Y FLORENCE GRETCHEN IEHLE 8. Gretchen Sagittarius General S T. r Tennis Oral h iene 0 . . 1 Swimming. skating 0 Poised g Noise. rudeness y Girl Reserves, 2, 3: Ten- nis 2. 3: Chemistry 3 JOHN ALBERT KECK a Johnny S Sagittarius li General 1' Sports 0 Preparatory school l Football, baseball o Athletic Modern hair styles Football l, 2, 3: Baseball l. 2. 3: Basketball 1, 2: Hi-Y Z, 3: Treasurer E. H. S. A. 2. Vice President 3 E Y ROBERT JACOB KICHLINE a Sally S Sagittarius T. General 1' Radio 0 Drafting l Scouting, track 0 Sincere Algebra Track I, 3: Chinktewunk 2. 3: Checker 3 Z Y JANE ELIZABETH KLEEDORFER 8. Janie S Libra 1. Commercial r Swimming 0 Bookkeeping 1 Dancing 0 Friendly Purple clothes G. A. C. I. 2. 3: Intra- mural Basketball l, 2 S Y IRENE RUTH KUPER a Renie S Scorpio T. Commercial P Collecting snapshots 0 Nursing 1 Sports, clothes. music O Entertaining g Bow ties y G. A. C. l. 2. 3: Dramatic l. 3: Girl Reserves 2. 3: Senior Play: E. H. S. A. 3 JOYCE MARIE HYDE a Joyce S Scorpio t Commercial I' Swimming 0 Stenography 1 Dancing O Petite g Homework y G. A. C, 2, 3 MARION RUTH JOHNSON B. Mim S Libra i General I' Singing 0 Churchman's Bus. College 1 Butterflies 0 Quiet g Mice y Orchestra l, 2. 3: G. A. C. l: Girl Reserves 2. 3: Glee Club 3: Bowling 3 RUTH CORDELLA KELLY a Ruth S Libra 'll College Preparatory I' Aviation O Traphagen School of Design 1 Puppies, reserved people 0 Sophisticated g Glue on postage stamps y Dramatic l, 2: Girl Re- serves 2. 3: Current Events 2, 3: Oratorical 3: Rechauf- fe: La Fraternidad Espanola 2, 3 ANGELICA VAN VRANKEN KING 8. Gel S Sagittarius t College Preparatory I' Scrapbooks O Wheaton College l Plaid ties 0 Delightful Oysters and clams Civics l: Le Cercle Fran- cais 2. 3: Dramatic 3: Re- chaulfe: Glee Club Z. 3 S Y ANNA MAE KRONER a Ann S Sagittarius 'L College Preparatory 1' Dancing 0 Temple University 1 Dogs 0 Different Sissies G. A. C. 2: Dramatic 3: Sodalitas Latina 3 E Y LAWRENCE CALVIN LAFEVRE 3. Pete S Sagittarius T, General I' Automobiles O Bookkeeping l Football. mechanics 0 Likeable Parties Color Guard 3 E Y -. TwsNrY-NINE S- 5 Ti-unrv 0 JAMES ANDREW 1.ARos a .lim S Libra T. College Preparatory I' Girls 0 Duke University 1 Sophomore girls 0 Genial g Egotists y Ushers 1: Hi-y 2, 3: Phy- sics 3 Aticiii EMMA 1.1511 3 Lopey S Scorpio 1. General I' Swimming 0 School of dress design 1 Dancing, homework O Sociable g History y G. A. C. 3 JOSEPI lINlf I.13sRo 8 Jo Scorpio General S 'L I' Keeping a diary 0 1 NVaiting on table Roller skating. swimming O Enthusiastic g Cake. movies y Glee Club 1. 2, 3: Dewey Decimal l. 2, 3: Dramatic l. 2: Operetta 2. 3: Bowl- ing 3 LUCILLE REVA LAZARUS a Lee Sagittarius College Preparatory I' Reading College Driving, dancing s t O 1 0 Conscientious Spinach. insincerity Le Cercle Francais 2, 3: Sodalitas Latina 1, 2. 3 E Y JANET BLANCHE LEHR 8. Jan S Libra 12 College Preparatory r Singing Syracuse University Music O 1 0 Talented g Onions y Glee Club 1. 2, 3: Sodalitas Latina l: Girl Reserves 2. 3: Operetta cl. 2, 3: Dra- matic 3 RICHARD WARREQN I.Ew1s 8. Dick S Libra T. General F Driving 0 Virginia Military Institute 1 Airplanes 0 Entertaining Baby talk S y Dramatic l. 3: Dewey Dec- imal 3: Intramural Basket' ball 2. 3 HART K. LICHTENWALNER JUNE ELIZABETH LICHTENWALNER 3. Hart S Libra T, College Preparatory I' Devising tortures O Lafayette College 1 Roquefort cheese 0 Intellectual g Essays y Sodalitas Latina l. 2, 3: Glee Club 3: Physics 3: Editor Rechuulfer Operetta 3: Chess Z. 3 XVIl.l.I.-XM S. LOBACH a Bunker S Lihra T. College Preparatory I' Horses O Ohio State University 1 Dancing, sports 0 W'itty g Poets y Sodalitas Latina l: Ushers l. Z. 3 l.liOl..'X El.lZAl3E'l'H l.U'l'Z a Lee S Libra T. General I' Collecting stones Secretarial work Languages, acting O lndustrious g Laziness y G. A. C. l. 2: Sodalitas Latina 1, 2, 3 o 1 8. .ludy S Libra 'li General I' Reading 0 Nursing 1 Dancing. tennis 0 Cheerful g Oral reports y Curricular GORDON CHARLES LOWE 8. Gordy S Sagittarius T. General I' Sports 0 Floriculture 1 Automobiles, girls. football 0 Particular g Conceit y Football l. 2. 3: Operetta 2,3 AUDREY MARY lVlCCl.USKEY 8. Aud Sagittarius College Preparatory I' Popular music s t O University of Pennsylvania 1 Sciences 0 Jolly g Extremists y Der Deutsche Verein Z: Le Cercle Francais 2: Bowling 3: Chemistry 3: Checker Z WILLIAM HARBISION MCELHARE 8. Mac S Sagittarius T, College Preparatory I' Fishing Colorado School of Mines Swing music O l O Sophisticated Baby talk La Fraternidad Espanola I, Z: Intramural Basketball I: Ushers I: Physics 33 Senior Play E Y LAWRENCE IVIARRA 8. Larry S Scorpio T. College Preparatory r' Reading Lafayette College Mathematics, history O Studious g Conventionality y Oratorical 3 o l ROSE IVIARIE MERWARTH E1 Rose S Libra T. General I' Roller skating Dress designing Mystery dramas O 1 O Versatile g Dull books y G. A. C. I. Z ANN LOUISE MILLER a A. I-. S Libra T. College Preparatory I' Collecting victrola records O Skidmore College l Clothes O Energetic Squash E y Sodalitas Latina I: Le Cer- cle Francais Z, 3: Girl Re- serves Z. 3: Civics I XVILLIAM JAMES IVIORROW a Two-Iron Bill S Scorpio T. Commercial I' Golf 0 Accountancy l Adding machines O Debonair Grouchy teachers Intramural Basketball I, 2 S Y A1.mf1t'i' PERIEIII a AI S Scorpio t General 1' Sports Barbering Baseball, swimming O Unassuming g Girls y Baseball Z, 3 o 1 IRENE AGNES MALONEY a Irish S Scorpio T. General I' Swimming 0 Hairdressing 1 Sewing O Petite g Homework y Curricular RALPH ROLAND IVIERTZ 3. Bing S Libra T, General I' Airplane modeling 0 Joining the Army l Outdoor sports O Quiet g Brussels sprouts y Football I, 2, 3: Basketball I, Z, 3 PATSY IVIICACCHIONE 8 Pat S Libra 12 General I' Following athletic events 0 Journalism l Baseball, basketball O Retiring g Conspicuous objects y Band I, 2: Baseball 31 Bas- ketball 3 PAUL RAY MILLER a Mill S Libra 'L General I' Auto mechanics O A job l Music O Humorous g Student teachers y Band I, 2. 3 CHARLES C. PALMERI 8. Charley S Scorpio f, Commercial I' Reading Oflice work Sports, dancing 0 l 0 Irresistible Extreme fashions Curricular g Y GEORGE RAINIBO PITTENGER a Pin Scorpio College Preparatory I' Boating s t O Stanford University l Basketball O Handsome Studying S y Hi-Y I. 2. 3: Basketball I. 2. 3: Color Guard I: E. H. S. A, Z: Delegate As- sembly 3 Tmnrv-'rwo 9 IVIARIE EDITH REDPERN a Marie S I.ibra I. General I' Outdoor sports O Working in a dress shop 1 Dancing O Reserved g Parties, reciting in class y Girl Reserves 2: Dewey Decimal 2, 3 I.3TIrIIfl. WII.IIEI.blINrX REISS a Er S I.ibra T, General I' Skating. bicycling O Clerking 1 Target shooting. hiking O Practical g Raisins. short dresses y Dramatic 3 IIRANK MILTON RICKIER 8 Dink S Scorpio I. General I' Target shooting O Drafting 1 Outdoor sports 0 Snortsmanlike g Cold weather y Curricular .IANIS ELIZABETII RUsK 8. Jane S Sagittarius t General I' Driving an automobile O Beauty culture 1 Swimming. dancing O Individualistic g Shakespeare y G. A. C. I. 2: Dewey Decimal 3 DORIS IiII.IiI.iN SAIIMAN a Doris S I,ibra I, Commercial I' Swimming O Stenouraphic work 1 Football and basketball O Sociable g Noisy radios y Bowling 3 JOSEPH PETER SCHOIENIZK a Joe S Scorpio 12 General I' Outdoor sports 0 Bookkeeping or printing 1 Baseball and basketball 0 Popular g Green y Intramural Basketball I, 2 EDWARD JOSEPH REILIX 8. Ed S Libra T. General I' Sports O Joining the Navy l Outdoor sports 0 Mysterious g Inactivity y Curricular NORMAN SEYMOUR REITER a Lassiter S Scorpio T. College Preparatory X' Sports 0 Accountancy 1 Music 0 Shrewd g Getting up early y Sodalitas Latina 1: Ora torical 3: Intramural Bas- ketball I, 2 MARY Rom ANIC a Mary S Sagittarius T. Commercial I' Dancing 0 Oflice work 1 Football. reading 0 Independent g Boys y Curricular ALBERT JACOB RYIVIOND a Al S Sagittarius T. General r Music 0 College 1 Dancing. popular music O Nonchalant g Having his hair mussed y Ushers l. 2, 3: Orchestra I. 2. 3: Intramural Basketball I. 2: Cheerleading I: Glee Club 2. 3: Operetta 2. 3: Dramatic 'S MARION RUTI I SAUI. a s t r o 1 o E Y E a s t r o 1 0 E Y Marion Scorpio College Preparatory Swimming Nursing Skating Frank Fastidiousness Glee Club Z DVJARD HERMAN SCHROEDER Ed Sagittarius General XVoodworking Aviation Auditorium periods Athletic English teachers Football I. 2: Intramural Basketball I: Basketball I. 3 LOUIS FRANK SCRAFANO a Scraf S Sagittarius 12 General I' Sports O Business 1 Basketball O Friendly Dancing Intramural Basketball 2 S Y XVILLIAM HOWARD SEIBEL, JR. a. Dud S Scorpio T, Commercial I' Stamps 0 Journalism 1 Money 0 Droll g Snow y Curricular MORRIE PAUL SEIPLE B. Morrie Sagittarius College Preparatory S t I' Photograph y 0 1 Lehigh University Food, loud socks 0 Courteous g Artiiciality y Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3 ANNETTE LOUISE SHANNON a Tootsie Libra College Preparatory S t 1' XVriting plays O 1 Housekeeping Hamburgers 0 Talkative g Quietness y Curricular NIARY ELIZABETH SLANTZ a Betty S Sagittarius T. College Preparatory I' Having a good time 0 Wilson College 1 Oysters 0 Sophisticated g Rainy weather y l.e Cercle Francais l, 2, 33 Girl Reserves 2, 3: Current Events l: Sodalitas Latina 2: Editor Junlo: Dramatic 3 FRANK H. SNYDER 8. Star S Sagittarius 'C General I' Sports 0 Mail service 1 Swimming, bicycling 0 Atheltic g Homework y Baseball 1, 2, 3 EVELYN EDITH SEIBEL 8. Evey S Sagittarius T. General I' Reading O Dressmaking 1 Sewing 0 Diflident g Bright-colored socks y Curricular ANNA FLORENCE SEIFERT a Susie S Sagittarius T. Commercial I' Collecting aviation photos O Bookkeeping 1 Sports, dogs 0 Congenial g Cats. fried potatoes y G. A. C, 2, 3: Bowling 3 DONALD FRANCIS SHAFER 3. Don S Libra T. General I' Building airplanes and trains O Aviation 1 Girls 0 Husky g Lipstick y Checker 3 ANNA ASHTON SHILLINGER 8. Nancy S Scorpio 13 College Preparatory I' Painting Syracuse University Green 0 1 0. Fun-loving g Mondays y Arts and Craft l, 35 Dra- matic l. 3: G. A. C. I: Girl Reserves 2, 3: Dewey Decimal 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 3: Ora- torical 3: Rechauffe: Senior Cabinet: Class Secretary Z: Treasurer 3 EMMA LOUISE SNYDER a Emmy Lou S Libra T. General I' Sports O Beauty culture 1 Horseback riding 0 Enthusiastic Short boys, stewed chicken G. A. C. Z: Dramatic 3 S Y BERTHA VJILKUS SOLOMON 8. Bert S Sagittarius t Commercial I' Dancing and acting 0 Dramatic school 1 Playing basketball 0 Sweet g Dentists y Dramatic 3: Senior Play I 1 0 THmrv-ri-mes Tumrv-noun 0 EDVVARD AUSTIN STANCHUS 6. lid S Scorpio T. General I' Hunting and Hshing O Truck driving 1 Outdoor sports O Mischievous g llnglish y lntramural Basketball 2 IEOROTIIY liRfXNCliS STRAUP a Dotty S Sagittarius T, College Preparatory 1' Swimming and canoeing Temple University Sports, camping 0 Sincere g Conceit y Sodalitas l.atina l. 1. 171 Red and XVhtte Z: Rtichuuff fe: G. A. C. l: Girl Re- serves 2, 3 o 1 RUSSlil,l, l., VAN lDORl:N a Prenchie S l.ilara t General I' Music O Roentgenology 1 Doughnuts O Dependable g Disturbance y Business Staff Red uml lVht'1e Z EDNA VIRGINIA WAGNER a Gin S Sagittarius T. General I' Swimming O Housekeeping 1 Dancing O Sincere g Studying y Curricular M ARY ISI .1ZAixi1'1'II WATsoN a Betty S Sagittarius T. Commercial I' Dancing O Beaver College 1 Reading O Courteous Stormy weather Oratorical l, '52 Motion Picture '51 Girl Reserves 1. '51 Dramatic 3 g Y CllARl.l7S XVlillJKNl3Cll'l' a Professor S Sagittarius t College Preparatory I' Radio O Lafayette College 1 Science, music 0 Modest g Supplying information y Glee Club l, 2. 3: Physics 'S NLNRY l2l.lZABliTll STEWART a S t r o 1 o E Y R 3. s t. r o l o g Y -4 ,v '4UQOt-'O'1r+UJW 3 2' xi U C x Q I I Z if P Betty Scorpio College Preparatory Collecting photographs li. Stroudsburg S, T. Collet' New shoes Shy Big meals Sodalitas Latina l, l. 5 Le Cercle Francais 2, 3 Current livents 3: Chem istry 3: Oratorical 3 rw ALPH ANTHONY 'l'RlilNlA'l'O Muff Libra General Reading Historiography Good clothes and historv Dehonair Operatic music Curricular lCllARl7 ROl.l..'XND vvlfllili Dick Sagittarius College Preparatory lflectricity l.ehigh University Math, chickens Dexterous Art l.a Vraternidad lispanola l 2: Physics l, Z, 3: Chem istry 2. 3: Glee Club 3 a Ree S Scorpio T. Commercial I' Bowling 0 Secretarial work 1 Sports. dancing 0 Reliable g Haughty people y G. A. C. l. Z, '53 Bowling w D.NNllfl. GVORGP XVPAYER B. Dan S Sagittarius T, General I' Radio 0 Radio repairing 1 Camping O Good-natured g Music y Curricular BlfA'l'RlCli WlflNl5liRC1 a Beatie S Sagittarius T. College Preparatory I' Ballroom dancing O Nursing 1 Swimming 0 Happy-go-lucky g Musical comedies y Sodalitas l.atina l: Dra matic Z: La Fraternidad. 7 3 ELINOR FRANCES WILBUR 8. Willie S Libra 'L College Preparatory I' Riding 0 Wheaton College l Languages 0 Unassuming Short lunch periods Le Cercle Francais l. 2, 3: Girl Reserves Z. 3: Sodal- itas Latina 1, 2. 3: Assis- tant Editor Junto: Current Events l g Y FRED EARL WOLFE 8. Fuzzy S Libra t General I' Airplane modeling O Printing and aviation 1 Printing. hunting O Affable g Dancing. slow driving y Ushers l. 3: Football 2 M.-XRGARET YOUNG a Peggy S Sagittarius t General I' Scrap books O Housekeeping 1 Flirting 0 Jolly g lmpatient teachers y G. A. C. 2. 3 HELEN JOYCE ZIMMERMAN 8 Helen S Libra T. General I' Collecting photographs 0 Beauty culture 1 Dancing 0 Lively Gossip G. A. C. 2. 3: Bowling C E Y VYILLIAM MARCY CLARK WILLIAM PREDRICK WINKLER ' a Bill S Libra l'. Commercial I' Pigeon racing V 0 Bookkeeping 1 Birds O Versatile g Study halls y Curricular LOIS CAROLYN WOLFINGER a Lois S Scorpio T. College Preparatory 1' Scouting Univ, of Penn. Hospital Walking 0 1 0 Carefree g Eggplant. cheese y Girl Reserves 2, 3: G. A. C. 2: Glee Club 3: Sodal- itas Latina 3: Bowling 3: Dramatic 3 CONCETTA CATHERINE ZAROLA B. Connie S Sagittarius T, Commercial I' Drawing Office work Playing tennis O l 0 Good-natured g History y Tennis l JAMES BERNARD ZUCCHERO a Sweets S Sagittarius T. General X' Swimming 0 Aviation school 1 Sports. food O Conservative g Women drivers y Intramural Basketball l, 2 Bill Libra College Preparatory Swimming Lafayette College Football. track Nonchalant History Glee Club Z, 33 Track 2, 3: Ushers 3: Operetta Z. 3 Horosco e Th: outlook seems bright for the members of the groups of Libra. Scorpio. and Sagittarius. The stars show that many of them will be graduated successfully from busi- ness and liberal arts colleges and will quickly find places in many fields. especially in law. banking. and engineering. They are a fun-loving group who will find their greatest pleasure in dancing and music. There is a prevalence of artistic ability here in painting, design. and music. With application of this ability some excellent arlists should be developed. There are also signs of success in trades. This success will come only as the result of industriousness and self-confidence. Members of this group will be leaders in civic activities. . 4 0 THm'rv suv: Tumrv-six 0 RUTH AARON 8. Ruthie S Capricornus T. Commercial I' Dancing 0 Secretarial work 1 Ping pong O Sprightly g Absence of excitement y G A. C, 1 GEORGE FRANK APPLE a George . S Pisces t General r Hunting 0 Factory work 1 Fishing. apples 0 Modest g Lemons y Curricular TVTARY ANN BARBARA 3. Smiles S Pisces t General 1' Dancing O Beauty culture 1 Movies O Friendly g Rain y l.a Fraternidad Espanola 2, Bowling 3 RUTH EVELYN BOWERS E1 Ruthie S Aquarius 'L Commercial I' Swimming 0 Secretarial work 1 Basketball 0 Pleasant g Reading y G, A, C. l Cl.ARFNflli BREINER ii Try me S Capricornus 12 General I' W.1lking in the country O Machine shopwork 1 Blushing O Frank g Growing old y Curricular T,OlS JANE BROTZMAN 8. Lo College Preparatory S Pisces 12 I' Dancing O College 1 Swimming 0 Sincere g Frivzy permanents y Glee Club 2: Bowling 3 SAMUEL FRANK AIELLO H. Sammy S Capricornus T. Commercial I' Sports O Linotype operating l Music O Jovial g Damp weather y Band l, Z. 3: Orchestra 3 DOROTHY CHARLOTTE BANKO a Dottie S Aquarius T. General I' Drawing O Art 1 Dancing 0 Reserved g Compositions and essays y G. A. C. Z, 3 KATliLEl:N lRlENl2 BAUMEIS'l'liR a Kathy S Aquarius T, College Preparatory I' Reading 0 Research work 1 Dancing 0 Brilliant g Flying horses y Current Events 1: Sodalitas Latina 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 1, 2. 3: Junlog Girl Reserves 2, 3: Dra- matic 3 EVELYN MARIIQ BRASSAW a s t r- o 1 o Z Y S a s t r o 1 o E Y Susy Capricornus Commercial Dancing Secretarial work Swimming Cheerful Quiet study halls G. A, C. l, 1. 3: Bowling 3 l IERRY Cl l.'XRl.O'l"l'A BRITT.-X l N Jitterbug Pisces General Skating Nursing Sports. collecting pictures Carefree Stooges G. A. C. l: Sodalitas l.atina l: La Fraternidad Espanola l NlERl.lf FRANCFS BROTZMAN a s t r o l o S Y Merle Aquarius Commercial Dancing Temple University Swimming kVell dressed Suspenders Girl Reserves 2. 3 ALBERT BROWNE a Brownie Pisces General I' Hunting Navigation Photography 0 Independent g VJomen's fashions y Red und Xvhl-IL' 2: Checker s t o 1 Z. 3 JOHN GEORGE BRYANT a Jack Aquarius S T I' Scouting College Preparatory 0 Swarthmore College 1 Football 0 Energetic g Silliness y Football 1, 2, 3: HiAY 1. Z. 3: Pres. E. H. S. A. 2, 3: Tennis 3: Physics 31 Oratorical 3: Delegate As- sembly 3 BESSIE ALICE CAPANNA B. Betsy S Pisces T General I' Dancing O XVork 1 Sports O Companionable g Slovenly clothing y G. A. C. 1 JOHN L. CHRISTMAN 8. Jack S Aquarius T. Commercial I' Music 0 Office work l Loud socks O Debonair Studying Band 1, Z, 3: Orchestra 2: Ushers l, 2, 3 S Y VIARTI lA W1KSl IINGTON CLAUSE B. Marty S Pisces T. General r' Roller skating 0 Beauty culture l Reading o Athletic g School y G. A, C. l. Z Riciitaim RAUB COHEN E1 Dick S Pisces T, Commercial I' Sports 0 Accountancy l Basketball 0 Humorous g Not enough basketball y Baseball l. 2. 3: Nature li Intramural Basketball 2: Basketball l CHARLES BROWNMILLER a Charlie S Pisces T. College Preparatory I' Tennis 0 Dartmouth College 1 Dates O Amiable Tests S y lntramural Basketball l. Z: Tennis Z. 3: Ushers 1: Hi- Y Z, 3: Basketball 3 JENNIE EDITH BUCK a Jennie S Capricornus T. General I' Saving post cards Teaching piano and organ Music O Good-natured g Homework y Glee Club 3 o 1 ROBERT CAPLIN 8. Bob S Capricorn us T College Preparatory I' Sports 0 Lafayette College l Stamp collecting 0 Loquacious g Study halls y Sodalitas Latina l, 2: ln- tramural Basketball 2: Chemistry 3: Dramatic 3: La Fraternidad Espanola Z. 3 MERLE ROSE CLARK a Clarkie S Pisces T College Preparatory 1' Athletics. driving Radcliffe College Red plaid jackets O l O Congenial g Sweet swing y Sodalitas Latina l, 2, 3: Current Events l: Le Cercle Francais l, 2. 3: Junto: Dramatic l HERBERT COHEN 8. Herky S Aquarius T College Preparatory r Athletics Lafayette College Swing music O Executive g Not enough swing music y Nature l: Sodalitas Latina l: Asst. Manager Tennis 2. Manager 3: Oratorical 3: Rechauf?t7.' Dramatic 3 o 1 Vs7ll.l.lAlXl ARTHUR CULPEPPER a Bumpy S Aquarius T. College Preparatory r' Collecting matches University of Pennsylvania Collecting minerals O 1 0 Reliable g Uninteresting books y Hi-Y l, Z, 3: Chintewunla l 7 3 0 THIRIY-seven F 6- as .. Tninrv-:ion-ir 0 HA Zlil, VIRGINIA DAGON a Shimpie S Capricornus T. General I' Collecting souvenirs O Dressmaking 1 Housework 0 Domestic g Untidy clothes y G, A. C. 1, Z, 3 RAYMOND JOSEPH IDERAYMOND 8. De S Pisces T. College Preparatory I' Sports O Politics 1 Basketball, golf 0 Iilirtatious g Spinach y I.a Iiraterniclacl Ifspanola I, 2: Intramural Basketball li Physics 3: Chemistry 3g Dramatic 3: Delegate As- sembly l: Operctta 3 RUTH ALMA DIIEHI. a Ruth S Aquarius T, Commercial 1' Reading O Secretarial work 1 Ifood O Iiriendly g Spaghetti y Dewey Decimal l. 2. 3: Dramatic 3: Oratorical 3 ALICE IVIAE EICHLIN a Smiles S Capricornus T. General I' Scrap books O Studying music 1 Animals 0 Peeps' g Mutt and Jeff y Arts and Craft l, 2, 3: G. A. C. l: Bowling 3 IARIITNP IBS'I'III5R ERB H Ifrhie S Pisces T Commercial F Swimming O Secretarial work 1 Hiking O Ilnergetic g Operas y G. A. C. l. Z. 3: Girl Re- serves 2, 3: Bowling 3 VIOI.Ii'I' IVIARIIQ I:liA'IiIIIiRlNIAN a Vi S Capricornus T Commercial I' Music 0 Bookkeeping 1 Sports. dancing O Gracious g Gossip y G. A. C. 2 Ill. WlI.l. XVILLIAM JAMES DAVIS 8. Bill S Pisces T. College Preparatory I' Photography 0 Lafayette College 1 Chicken O Reserved g I.ove y Chintewunk I. 33 Photof grapher Rechatzffe and Junfo Z: Physics l IZABIQTH LOUISE DICIKIENSIIIED 8. Betty S Capricornus T. College Preparatory 1' Swimming O Temple Hospital 1 Chocolate cake 0 I.ikeable g Baseball y Girl Reserves Z. 3: Chem- istry 3: I.e Cercle Iiran- cais l. 1, 3 JOIIN Jason IEBNER 8. Jake S Capricornus T. Commercial I' Outdoor sports O U. S. Service 1 Dancing O Good-naturecl g Stully rooms y Ifootball l, 2. 3: Baseball l. 2. 3 IAM BOGARDUS EILENBERGPR a Bill S Aquarius T. General I' Riding a bus 0 Mechanics 1 Vacations O Easy-going g I.ong working hours y Curricular HIQLEN IBRANCIIS IfRI'IARDiI' a Helen S Aquarius T. General I' Ping pong 0 Musical career 1 Tennis 0 Trustworthy g German y Glee Club l, 1. 3: Operetia l. 2, 3: 'Iennis Z. 3 IVIARIE Ill.lZAI3IE'I'II IIIEHR a s t r o 1 o E Y Mimi Aquarius College Preparatory Dancing Pennsylvania State College Playing the organ Demure Rice nudding Jtmto: Girl Reserves 2. 3: I..i Fraternidad Espanola 1. 3: Operetta 3 BETTY JANE PORRESTER a S t r o 1 o E Y B. J. Pisces College Preparatory Collecting colored shoelaces Stephens College Coasting XVitty Buicks Girl Reserves Z, 3: Sodali- tas Latina 3: Der Deutsche Verein 2. 3: Oratorical 3: Rechauffe: Current Events Z, 3 IRIENE IVIAE PRANKIJORT a S t r o 1 o E Y Irene Aquarius College Preparatory Cooking Drexel Institute Dancing. reading Jolly Jitterbugs, oysters Sodalitas Latina 1. 2, 3: Girl Reserves Z, 3: Dewev Decimal 2, 3: Dramatic 3: Tennis 2: Nature 1: Cur- rent Events 3: Le Cercle Francais 3: Oratorical 3 Rootiiticjtc R. FULMER a s t I' o 1 o S Y Rod Pisces College Preparatory Photography Pennsylvania State College Forestry, swimming Agreeable Dancing Intramural Basketball 1: Hi-Y l, 2: Football 2 ANTONIO JOHN GERBINO a S t r O 1 O E Y Tony Aquarius College Preparatory Reading Government position Mussolini Studious Democracy La Fraternidad Espanola 2. 3: Checker 2, 3 JACK HENRY GOODYEAR a S t r o 1 o Q Y JAY a S t r o 1 o Z Y Jack Capricornus College Preparatory Chemistry Lafayette College Science. photography Courteous Sophistication La Iiraternidad Espanola l. Z: Band l: Chintewunk l. Z. 3: Physics 2 ROBERT GRUVER Dutch Aquarius General Singing Aeronautical school Sports Diplomatic Hitler Ushers l. Z, 3: Manager Basketball l, 2, 31 Physics 3: Glee Club 3: Dramatic 3YW5h LAWRENCE JOSEPH FORTUNATO 8 Larry S Capricornus 'IL General I' Basketball 0 Traveling l Study halls 0 Tactful g Reading y Curricular ROBERT CHARLES PRATSCHER 8. Bob S Pisces t General I' Killing time Printing Music 0 l 0 Nonchalant g Homework y Band 3 LIBORA MARY GERAC1 a Libby S Capricornus 12 Commercial I' Tennis O Stenography 1 Singing 0 Considerate g Jazz Music y Curricular JOSEPH LARRY GERBINO a Joe S Pisces T. Commercial 1' Basketball O Salesmanship 1 Caddying O Dependable g Symphony orchestras y Intramural Basketball 1,25 Dramatic 3 SIGURD IVIARTHINSEN GRUBE a Cigar S Pisces ll General I' Basketball Blair Academy Movies O Nonchalant g Mathematics, chemistry y Intramural Basketball o 1 ROBERT LLOYD HAGER a Bob Capricornus College Preparatory S T, I' Football 0 Lafayette College 1 The name, Jane o Athletic g Algebra 1.2 y Football l. 2, 3: Glee Club ,931 Track l. 2, 3 0 Tnmv-NINE Fo mv 9 I C' 6- J .IAYNE VIRGINIA HARLAN 5 Dea S Pisces 'L College Preparatory I' Driving 0 Pennsylvania State College l Bow ties. jitterbugs O Congenial g Short people y G. A. C. I lVlARGARl2'l' VERUNICA 1'lAYCAli 8. Marge S Capricornus t Commercial I' Dancing 0 Clerking l Basketball O lfunhloving g Cabbage y G. A. C. 2. 3: Girl Re- DORIS DI XON HAUPT a De-De S Capricornus 'li General I' Dancing 0 Surgical nursing l Swimming O Amiable g Study halls y Bowling 3' Jaiurss Al.l.liN l'lEKlSTRlilf'l B. Jimmie S Pisces T. College Preparatory I' Autograph collecting 0 Muhlenberg College l Ice cream 0 Popular g Cats y Dramatic l, 3: Chess l. Z: serves 2. 3: Bowling 3 GIAIDYS NORI,2Nlf HOIT 8. Glady S Capricornus T. Commercial I' Reading 0 Secretarial work l Skating 0 Neat g Gaudy clothes y Curricular HAROLD lVll3RVlN HOLLAND 3 Bratty S Aquarius T, College Preparatory I' Swimming O Lafayette College 1 Vaudeville O Entertaining g Homework y Sodalitas l.atina l: Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3: Red and lVhile Z, 3: lntramural Basketball l. 2: Oratorical 3: Physics 3: Chemistry 2: Dramatic 3 J A NIIZS EDWARD HURLIEY a s t r o 1 o E Y Hairless Joe Capricornus Commercial Football Banking Hillbilly music Humorous Being quiet Band l, 2, 3: Glee Club 2. 3: Track l: Operetta 2, 3: Dramatic 3 IEIJWIN l.liROY KIEHLIER a s t r o 1 o E Y Pap Caprfcornus General Printing Printing Peanuts Philosophical Vegetables T rack 3 Current llvents l, Z, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3: Junta: Dele' gate Assembly Z. 3: Class President Z: Senior Play: Der Deutsche Verein 3 Vv'Il.l.IAM HAROLD HOI-If 8. Hoffy S Capricornus ll General I' Outdoor sports 0 Stevens Industrial School 1 l.oud socks 0 Talkative Children Track Z, 31 Football 3 S Y MICHA lil, HORON a Smitch S Pisces 'L General I' Crossword puzzles Selling Traveling. reading 0 lmperturbable g Spinach y l.a Fraternidad Espanola 3 o 1 MARY EI.IZAHli'I'II JONES a Mary S Aquarius 'C College Preparatory I' Designing 0 Traphagen School of Fashion l Red 0 Chic g Newsreels y Girl Reserves Z. 3: Dra- matic 3: Senior Play: l.e Cercle Francais l. Z. 3. Senior Delegate lf. H, S. A. RUTH ALBERTA K l RCHOIIER B. Kirch S Aquarius 11 General I' Swimming Clerking Hiking O 1 0 Energetic g Noise y G. A. C. 1. 3: Basketball 3 FIFI LALLAS a Fin S Aquarius T. Commercial 1' Stamp collecting O Stenography 1 Pictures of movie stars o Quiet Long dresses G. A. C. I, 2, 3: Bowling 3: La Fraternidad Espanola 3 S Y ELIZABETH LANTZ 8 Bette S Capricorn us 'li College Preparatory I' Drawing Nursing or designing Flowers and clothes 0 Original g Carlessness y Curricular o 1 FIl.I.l2'l'TE LEIIR 8, Fi Capricornus College Preparatory I' Horseback riding o 1 S IZ Edgewood Park Jr. College Bracelets O Active g Snakes y Current Events I: Girl Ref serves 2. 3: Le Cercle Fran- cais 2. 3 IIRANK VINCENT LITTLE 8 Frank S Aquarius 12 General r Sports O Clerking 1 Breaking bass drums O Outspoken g Oral reports y Band l, 2, 3: Ushers Z. 'Sz Orchestra 3 MARY IOUISE IVlCI'lAI.lE 8. Mickey S Pisces T. College Preparatory I' Dancing Jefferson Hospital Red O 1 0 Amusing g Eighth periods y G, A. C. I: Current Events I EDWARD IVIASIS B. Ed S Pisces T. General I' Fishing O Work 1 Trapping 0 Frank g Studying y Intramural Basketball l, 2 WILLIANI CHARLES LAMBERT a Bill S Aquarius 'L General I' Sports 0 Drafting 1 Good food O Studious g Sour milk y Curricular RICHARD VICTOR LAROS 8. Dick S Aquarius t General I' Stamps 0 Printing 1 Girls O Debonair g Haircuts y Cu rricular GUS LIRAKIS 8. Gus S Aquarius t General I' Sports Printing A good time 0 1 0 Cool-headed g Getting up in the morning y Football I. Z, 3 IVIARI E ELIZABETH IVICFALL a Rte S Aquarius T. College Preparatory I' Popular music 0 E. Stroudsburg S, T. Col. 1 Bells 0 Mischievous g Spiders y G.A.C.I.2 XVILLIAIXI TURNER IYI.-XRGFSOFI a Pete Aquarius General S t I' Collecting old coins O 1 Truck driving Skating 0 Unassuming White-collar jobs Curricular E Y RUSSELL WILI. I,-XM IVIATTHEWS 3 Shadow Aquarius General S 'C I' Casting witty remarks O 1 Traveling in the South Amusing girls 0 Diminutive Big boys Operetta 3 E Y + 0 Form-oN: Nltklla' SANTlNE NlAZZA a Smiles S Capricornus t General I' Swimming O Dressmaking 1 Dancing O Jolly g Pretentiousness y G. A. C. Z, 3: Oratorical 3 RL'SSlil.l, ALBERT lVlEYI2RS B. Meyers S Aquarius T. General I' Sports O Printing 1 Basketball O Complacent g Tobacco y Basketball l. 2. 3 Ott..-x Moss a Olg S Capricornus T. Commercial I' Dancing 0 Stenography 1 Tennis O lndustrious g Practicing piano lessons y Curricular llORS'li lVlUlil.l.l2R a Horst S Pisces T. College Preparatory I' Sports. stamps lforestry The radio. eating 0 Good-natured g Cold meals y Orchestra l. 2. '51 Der Deutsche Verein l. 2 0 1 S'l'.XNl.l5Y RUSSELL NEPA a Stan S Aquarius T. Commercial I' Traveling O Clerking 1 Skating O Modest g Recitations y Band l. Z, 3 lRFNF HlZl.lEN PETRUSKA a Renee S Capricornus T. Commercial I' Reading Secretarial work Operas and opera singers 0 taignmca lirankenstein Rechuufftfs Oratorical 3 o 1 E Y Four-rwo 0 " THERESA JEAN Mazza 8. Terry S Capricornus T. Commercial I' Dancing 0 Housekeeping 1 Tennis O Nonchalant g Red y Dramatic l, 3: La Fraterni- dad Espanola Z, '51 Current Events: G. A. C. ll Dewey Decimal l, Z, 3 JAMES lVlll.l.lER 8. Jim S Aquarius T. Commercial I' Eating 0 University of Alabama 1 Sleepine 0 Friendly g Study halls for loafing y Baseball l. 2. 3: liootball 1.2.3 l7RANCflS IELWOOD lVlUCfKl.lN a Deacon S Aquarius T. General I' Biographies of statesmen Journalism Scotch ballads O Dignified g liault-finders y Track Z, 3: Operetta 3. Intramural Basketball Z: Ushers 3: Checker 3: La lfraternidad Espanola l. 1. 3: Rechuuffe: Oratorical 3 o 1 JEANNE ESTHIER lVlUSCHl.lTZ a Jeanie Aquarius General I' Skating O Housekeeping l Everything but homework 0 Domestic g Homework y G. A. C. Z: Glee Club 2, 3 S T. Bli'l"l'E lVlll.DR ED PERSON 3. Bette S Pisces T. College Preparatory I' Dancing 0 Nursing 1 Drawing 0 l-ikeable g Chemistry y G. A. C. l: Checker 2 E'I'l l lil, MAE l7lTTliNGER a Ethel S Aquarius T. Commercial I' Reading O Secretarial work l Photography 0 Versatile g Cabbages and kings y Curricular DOMINICK FRANK POSSIMATO a Soup S Capricornus T. General I' Baseball 0 Engineering l Basketball 0 Conservative g Hard work y Curricular DOROTIII' MIXRIE RAUSCH a Dot Aquarius Commercial S T. I' Tennis Churchman's Bus. College Sports 0 Reticent g Short lunch periods y G. A. C. 2 o l lRA l'lORN REIMER a Ira Aquarius General I' Model airplanes S t O Aviation school l Aviation 0 Gleeful g Parachutes y Curricular STANLEY WILI.IAM RICKER B. Bill S Aquarius t College Preparatory I' Sports 0 E. Stroudsburg S. Teachers l Sleighing O Entertaining Fish Z y Foobtall l. 2. 3: Track l, Z, 3: Hi-Y 3: Intra- mural Basketball l, 2: Sen- ior Play: E. H. S. A. Delegate 3 BETTY MAE RILEY a Betty S Pisces 'C College Preparatory I' Collecting stamps 0 Nursing l Crocheting O Studious g Snakes y Curricular ROBERT ROUNSAVILLE a Bob S Capricornus 'll General I' Sports 0 Mechanics 1 Hunting and fishing O Congenial g School y Basketball 1, 2, 3 GRACE IRENE RASIQLY 8. Shorty S Aquarius T. General P Roller skating O Dressmaking l Swimming O Unpretentious lce skating E y G. A. C. 1 Rosle MARIE RAVESE a Rosie S Aquarius 12 General I' Tennis 0 Stenography l Dancing 0 Companionable g Operas and opera singers y Curricular THEDA LILLIAN RICHARDS B. Theda S Capricornus 'll General I' Dancing Professional dancing More dancing 0 Fun-loving g Waiting for anyone y G. A. C. l, 2, 3 o 1 KATHRYN IOLA RICKEY a Kittie S Capricornus 12 General I' Reading 0 Nursing 1 Dancing o Petite g Dogs that wear sweaters y G.A.C.l,2.3 GLADYS VENITA ROBERTS 3. Gladie S Aquarius 'll General I' Scrapbooks Caring for children Collecting souvenirs 0 Considerate g Tardiness y G. A. C. l, 2, 3 O 1 ROBERTA NIAE Roi' a Roberta S Capricornus t General I' Reading 0 Nursing 1 Basketball O Quiet g Oral reports y G. A. C. 2 0 Fonrv-ri-mas I t Fourv-rouu 0 IQDNA IVIARY RUSSELL a S t r o 1 o S Y Edna Capricornus General Singing Stenography Outdoor sports Petite Bus rides G. A. C. lg Dewey Decimal 2. 3: Dramatic 3: Glee Club 3: Senior Play Glroizczti EDWIN SCHAEIIIIER a Scutch S Pisces t General r' Hunting 0 Printing 1 lfishing 0 Ambitious g Studying y Curricular .IUI ICS SCIIWIMMPR 3. Jule S Aquarius T. College Preparatory I' Music O Lafayette College 1 Chess, boxing O Studious g Shaving y Orchestra l. Z, 3: Dramatic 'Sz Der Deutsche Verein l, 2. 3: Chess Z, 3: Current livents l. 2: Rechuuffe: Physics 3: Oratorical 33 Sodalitas Latina Z JOHN HOWELL SMITH a Smitty S Pisces 'L College Preparatory 1' Staring at people O Lafayette College 1 lifood 0 Intellectual g Wearing a hat y Hi-Y 2. 3: Le Cercle Pran- cais Z. 3: Business Manager Jtmzog Sodalitas Latina l, 2. 3 SJSAN MARION SOLOMON a Susie Q S Capricorntts I. General I' Basketball O Clerking 1 Swimming O Athletic g Long dresses y ca. A, C. 3 ROISPIVI' liARl. S'l'.'XliK 8. Bob S Capricornus T. General I' Archery O Machine shopwork 1 Mechanics 0 Serious g Oysters y Curricular Ros a s t r o 1 o E Y E SCARITO Roe Aquarius General Pictures for scrapbooks Sewing school Sewing Whimsical Homework La Fraternidad Ifspanola l, 2, 3 DOROTHY ELIZABETH SCHWARZ a Dot S Pisces T. College Preparatory r' Music 0 Pennsylvania State College 1 Bells on shoes 0 Talkative g Not enough snow y I.a Fraternidad Espanola l. 2: Senior Play EVIZLYN LOUISE SCOTT a Scotty S Capricornus T, General r Dancing 0 Private stenography 1 Sports O Amiable g Conceit y G. A. C. 1 MARION LERN SNYDER a Marie S Aquarius 'L Commercial I' Collecting photographs 0 Stenography 1 Sports. movies 0 Merry g Careless people y Curricular Jasttis I.1XVw'lll:NCli S'l'AfiKllGUSii 8. Stacky S Aquarius 12 College Preparatory r Sports O Lafayette College 1 Music 0 Independent g Dimwits y Intramural Basketball l, 21 Le Cercle Francais Z: Chinls- rewunlc lg Chess Z: Or- chestra I. Z, 3: Sodalitas Latina I ALLAN GIEOIIGP STIEIXD a Steady S Capricornus IZ College Preparatory I' Bowling O Lafayette College 1 Dancing O Suave g Math y Intramural Basketball l. Z: Chemistry 3: Chintewunk l. 2: Current Events Z. 3 MARION ARLENE STECKEL a Steck S Capricornus t General I' Walking 0 Finishing school 1 Talking 0 Jolly g Cynics y Girl Reserves 2 IVIARION lfI.lZAI3ETH STOCKER a Piccolo Pete S Aquarius T. College Preparatory r Reading music 0 Symphony music 1 Playing the flute 0 Indefatigable g Frivolity y Girl Reserves 2, 3: Orchestra l, 2, 3: Band I, 2, 3: Dewey Decimal I, 2, 3: So- dalitas Latina I, Z, 3: Le Cercle Francais I. Z. 3: Der Deutsche Verein Z, 3: Dramatic I, Z. 3: Current Events l RUTH Louise STOCKER a Ruthie S Aquarius T, Commercial I' Drawing 0 Traveling 1 Travel, sports O Companionable g Sewing y Operetta 3 JOHN TERLESKI 8. Turk S Pisces t College Preparatory I' Sports O Lafayette College 1 Trigonometry O Analytic g ldleness y Intramural Basketball l, 2: Chess 2. 3: Checker 2. 3 BLANCHE THAI. H Blanche S Capricornus t College Preparatory I' Drawing Drexel Institute Long Hngernails 0 Enthusiastic g Noisy people y G. A. C, 3: Dramatic 3: Le Cercle Francais 3 o 1 IXIORMAN CISREXLER 8. Trexler Aquarius General s t 1' Reading Police force Girls 0 Talkative g Exertion y Ushers I, 2, 3: Dramatic 3 o 1 JANE ANABELL STEM B. Stemmy Aquarius Commercial I' Writing poetry I Oflice work Sports 0 Mischievous g The smell of rotten eggs y Dewey Decimal l. Z. 3: Checker Z1 Glee Club 3' G. A. C. Z, 3 S t o 1 RICHARD YV,-XLTER STOCRER B. Dick S Aquarius t General I' Sports 0 Carpentry 1 Reading 0 Placid g Baby talk y Intramural Basketball l, Z VIOLA ANNE IVIAY STOCKER a Vi S Capricornus t Commercial F Dancing O Secretarial work l Swimming, reading 0 Pleasant g Stewed onions y Curricular HERMAN .JAMES TERZINO a Herman S Pisces T. General I' Cartooning 0 Com, Ill. Studio Art School l Illustrating O Well-dressed g Love stories y Ushers 3 JOHN FRANK TONA a Johnny S Capricornus T, General I' Baseball 0 Good job 1 Football 0 Placid N Work g , y Curricular MARGARET ANN TURNER a Peggy S Pisces T. College Preparatory I' Walking O Wilson College 1 Angora sweaters 0 Cheerful ' Rainy days-- Girl Reserves 2, 3: Chem- istry 3: Der Deutsche Verein l, 2, 3: Current Events 1: Oratorical 3 S Y 0 Form-Five Fonrv-six 0 .-2 CHARLES HUNTER V AUGHN 8 S t r o 1 o S Y Scrubby Capricornus College Preparatory Short wave radios R. C. A. Institute Photography Ambitious Recluses, reckless drivers Chinktewunk l, 2, 3: Phy- sics l: l.a ffraternidad Es- panola 1, 2: Current Events 2: Senior Play PETER GEORGE VOKEZVISII a Peter S Capricornus Y. Commercial I' Football O Bookkeeping 1 Basketball O liriendly g School y Business Manager Senior Play l2Yl:l.YN l7lEARl. Vv'Al.'l'liRS E1 llvelyn S Aquarius T. Commercial I' Dancing O Secretarial work l Sports 0 Shu' g Silly persons y Curricular JANE li:ANNll2 WEl.Cll a Peanut S Pisces T. General r Skating 0 lfactory work 1 Hiking O Alert g Classical music y G,A.C.l.2,3 Btetwiil ARM-ttlit Vv'll.SON a NVilson S Pisces 'C Commercial I' Skating O Certihed accountancy 1 Hunting O Delmonair g Spinach y Curricular CA'l'lilERlNli Sllllil PY Vv'Ul.l' a Peggy S Capricornus 'C Commercial r Dancing O Business college 1 XVavy blond hair O Diligent g Chogulate ice cream Curricular NAOMI HELEN VIVIAN a Peanut S Pisces 'L Commercial I' Bowling O Secretarial work 1 Sports O Petite g Snobs y Bowling 3 DONALD CARLTON kVAl.'lil.iR a Don S Pisces T. College Preparatory I' Model airplanes O New York University 1 Indians 0 Obliging g Yellow ties y Glee Club 3: Color Guard 3: l,a liraternidad lfspanola 3 RlCllARlJ ZANP XVAl.'liMAN 8. Dick S Capricornus 'L College Preparatory 1' Photography O Lafayette College 1 Movies, science O lndividualistic g Sophistication y Chintewunk l, 2, 711 La lfraternidacl Espanola l, Z JAMES 'ISIIOMAS VJEISS 8. Jim S Aquarius 'L Commercial I' Riding bicycles O Bookkeeping 1 Dancing O Agreeable g Tennis y Curricular RUBY EMMA XVOOIDRUIZV 3 Ruby S Capricornus T. Commercial I' Stage dancing O Moravian College 1 Swimming 0 Conservative g lnsincerity y G. A. C. l: Dramatic I: Girl Reserves 2. 'S Rl1l':liCCA JANIE YARD 3 Becky S Capricornus T. College Preparatory I' Reading O Teaching l Mystery stories 0 XVhimsical g History y Girl Reserves 2. 3: Dra- matic 3: Chemistry 3: Glee Club 1. 3 -Y CLARENCE YEAGER 3 Yeager S Capricornus 'L General I' Hunting 0 Finding a job 1 Hiking 0 Athletic g Gossip y Basketball l: Intramural Basketball 2 HERBERT F. HEMPE a Herbert S Pisces 1: Commercial I' Weight lifting 0 Accountancy 1 Iron O Good-natured g Jeeps y Curricular WILLIAM RICHARD IVICLAUGHLIN a Bill S Aquarius T, College Preparatory I' Reading 0 College 1 Library oeriods O Industrious Red hair Ushers l, 2, 3: Head Usher 3: Dramatic 3: Checker 2: Glee Club 2, 3: Chemistry 2, 3: La Fraternidad Es- panola E Y Horosco e In the group of those born under the signs of Capricornus, Aquarius, and Pisces, General students predominate, with College Preparatory and Commercial students close behind. In addition to college, secretarial work, nursing, clerking, printing, and dressmaking seem to be these seniors' outlooks. Those born under the sign of Capricornus, very aggressive and hard-headed, demand respect and are very good providers, An obser- vation discloses humorously that these persons are always in need of sleep. If born under the sign of Aquarius, one is inclined to become an artist or dramatist rather than a manual or office worker. That most of the tramps and waifs are born during this period does not reflect on the group, for procrastination is the keypoint of their success. In the group of Pisces are found mainly artists and professional people: .These persons are generous and easygoing, but demand appreciation. Rocco CHARLES PIPARATO a Pip S Capricornus t General r Pinochle O College 1 Football 0 Modest g Pretentiousness y Football l, 2, 3. Captain 3 MARGARET LEE SCHWEIZER a Daisy S Pisces t College Preparatory r Flying 0 Aviation 1 Chocolate pudding 0 Retiring g Algebra y G. A. C. 3 0 Fonrv-seven - NNA lVlARY ALLEN Stooge Aries General Autographs Nursing Scrapbooks Reticent Boys Bowling 35 Chemistry 3 l.l.lZAl3lf'l'H VIRGINIA ASHTON Bettie Taurus College Preparatory Horseback riding Teaching Hay fever Jolly Hard butter G. A. C. l: Delegate l. 23 Girl Reserves Z. 3: Dra- matic l. 3: Dewey Decimal 2. 3: Senior Play A'l'RlC1lA JUNE BARF Patsy Gemini Commercial Dancing Churchman's Bus. College Soccer. hiking Happy Doing nothing G. A, C. l, 2, 3: Glee Club 2. 3: Bowling 3 OBERT HOWARD BENNER Benner Aries General Checkers. stamp collecting Engineering Skating Amiable Pessimists Track 2, 3: Checker 2, 3: Physics 3 'Al.'l'liR STEVJART BOYD JR. Walt Taurus College Preparatory Scouting Movie projector operating Hikes Retiring School Stamp l: Track 2, 3: Ushers 2. 3: Chinktewunk l. 2. 3: Checker 2.3119- tramural Basketball l: Der Deutsche Verein 2. 3: Ora- torical 3 WARRIQN ABRAI IAM BR EWER Warren Cancer General Stamp collecting Aviation Outdoor sports Practical Girls Curricular N a S t r o 1 o S Y ORA SHAPPER AlNlES Sis Aries College Preparatory Dogs College Swing music XVinsonie l3lattery G. A, C. l, 2. 3: Chemistry 2. 3.1 Glee Club 1. 3: Junlo: Dramatics 3 ELEANOR ANN BALESI ITA 3. S t F 0 1 O E Y B 3. s t P o 1 o E Y Eleanor Gemini General Drawing Nursing Spaghetti and bacon Pleasant Baby talk Girl Reserves 2, Club 3: Dramatic 3 3 : Glec ETTY l,Ol S BECKER Tamsie Gemini General Swimming. reading Nursing Dancing Ouiet Homework G. A. C. 2: Bowling 3 NIARGARET ELLEN BOWERS QWOPOHHMW 71' a s t r o 1 o E Y E a s t 1' 0 1 o S Y Margaret Taurus Commercial . Skating Churchman's Bus. College Clothes Sociable Rain Tennis l. 2: G. A. C.: Girl Reserves 2. 3 ATHRYN 'l'llliRlTSA BOYLAN Kitty Aries College Preparatory Swimming E. Stroudsburg S, T. College Dancing Vivacious lnsinceritv l.a Pratcrnidad Espanola 2. 3: Rtirhuulfe: Girl Reserves 2, 3 ARI. ROBERT BROTZMAN Indian Aries General Vilalking Clerking Football Care-free Sunday drivers Curricular FRANK PAUL CASELLA 8. Brain S Aries 12 General X' Hunting. camping Auto mechanics Driving O l 0 Constrained g Staying indoors y Curricular HENRY COHIEN 8. Henny S Taurus t General I' Stamp collecting. billiards O Traveling 1 Missing school, eating 0 Suave g Angry teachers y Basketball 1, 2, 3: Nature l: Track l, 2: Current Events 2: Tennis 1, 2, 3i Physics 3 ANN MARY CON ZALARO 8 Ann S Aries f. General r Dancing O Dietetics l Basketball 0 Energetic Straight hair G. A, C. l, 2, 3: Bowling 3 E Y CARMEL JAMES CRISAFULLI a Criss S Taurus t General I' Basketball 0 Industrial work l Baseball o Athletic g Poor sports y Football l. 2: Basketball l Z. 3: Baseball 3 TONY JOHN DELSERRO a Tony S Aries t General I' Football I.eading a swing orchestra Girls 0 1 O Talkative g 'Teachers V Curricular BRUCE EDWARD FINDLEY 8. Fin S Gemini t General I' Softball 0 Drafting l Music 0 Diminutive g Bad music Y Band 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 3 JOSEPH G, CHANDLER Joe Taurus Commercial Athletics U. S. Postal Service Outdoor sports Efhcient Inactivity Asst. Manager Football 2. Manager Football 3: ln- tramural Basketball l, 2: Stage 2. 3: Chinktewunk 2 DELORES HELEN CoI.t.1Ns Helen Gemini Commercial Dancing Secretarial work Clothes PGDDV Studying G. A. C. l: Girl Reserves 2, 3: Senior Play NIARGARET ANN COTONZARE Margaret Gemini Commercial Reading Hair dressing Cheese sandwiches Merry Washing dishes Curricular BOBBY YVILSON DECK Deckie Taurus General Movies State Police Force Friendly people Affable Faultiinders Track 2: Glee Club 3 GRACE DOROTHY FAHL Gracie Taurus General Sports Churchman's Bus. College Dancing Gymnastic Pretentious people G. A. C. l. 2. 3: Basketball l, 2. 3: Bowling 3 AUBREY FRANCIS FITCH Aubrey Aries General Swimming Engineering school Football Modest Green vegetables Curricular I Font u. Firrv 0 EDGAR JOSEPH FOX CH a Ed S Taurus T. General I' Ballistics 0 College 1 Girls O Iiun-loving g Poor sports y Ushers l, Z ANNA LILLY FRANKLIN 8 Ann S Aries T. Commercial I' Reading O Churchniarrs Bus. College 1 Big meals 0 Entertaining g Bugs y Curricular IVIELVIN HAROLD FRIEDMAN 8. Freed S Taurus 1: College Preparatory r Basketball O Lafayette College 1 Sleeping O Energetic g School y Intramural Basketball l, 2: La Iiraternidad Espanola 3: Track 3: Current Events 2, 3 BFRNARD VJALTER GARDNER a Barney S Gemini T, General I' Farming 0 Rutgers Agricultural College 1 Skating 0 Industrious g Homework y Curricular .IOYCIQ ELIZABETH GEIGER 8 Hon S Aries 'L General I' Skating, reading O Nursing l Dancing o Domestic g History y Curricular DAVID GOLUB 8. Dave S Aries T. General I' Drawing O Interior decorating school 1 Art O Friendly g Blind dates y Chinktewunk 1. 2, 3: Arts and Craft l, 2, 3 Q I ARLES HENRY FRANKENFIELD a Charlie S Gemini T. General X' Hunting and fishing O Farming 1 Basketball 0 Quiet g Symphony music y Curricular RUTH ARLENE FREE' a Snucks S Aries T. General I' Skating 0 Nursing 1 Sports 0 Humorous g Dirndls y Le Cercle Francais 3: Dra- matic 3 J AMES BERNARD GAFFNEY 8. S 12 I' O 1 0 E Y 75 O 5 E F L75 S f-1 O Ui III W rn "I 201101-'O'1r"UlS37 'CU'-'IOP-'O'1r0'UlfD '11 L a S 'c r o 1 0 E Y Jim Gemini General Orchestra playing Temple University Music and dancing Diplomatic Conceited people Band l. 2. 3: Delegate As- sembly l, 2, 3: Intramural Basketball l. Z: Class Pre- sident l, 3: Dramatic 3 Bob Aries College Preparatory Photography Lafayette College Good pictures Studious Algebra Der Deutsche Vcrein 3: Oratorical 3 3 Current Events 3 LORIQNCE IDA GEORGE I-ilossie Aries College Preparatory Swimming Kutztown S. T'ers. College Cooking Modest Egotism Dramatic 3 YDIA .IFAN GREGORY Jean Taurus Commercial Skating Secretarial work Long fingernails Tiny Reciting in class G. A. C. I. Z: Bowling 3 LILLIAN ELIZABETH GRUBE a Bette S Gemini 12 Commercial I' Swimming Business school Music O Congenial g Smoke y Glee Club 1, 2, 31 G. A. C. 1: Dewey Decimal 1, Z. 3: Operetra 1, 2, 3 O 1 GEORGE JULIUS HAND a George S Gemini T, Commercial I' Sports 0 Churchman's Bus. College 1 Woodworking O Dependable g Mathematics y Band 1: Nature 1: Physics 2: Chess 3: Checker 3: Ushers 1, 2 BERNARD ALBERT HOMMER 3. Bernard Taurus General S t I' Swimming 0 1 House painting Drawing 0 Nonchalant g English teachers y Track 2, 3 JOHN JOSEPH KISH a Johnny S Taurus 1 General I' Sports 0 Printing 1 Singing 0 Courteous g Talking y Track l, 2, 33 Basketball 3: Glee Club 3 MARION CHARLOTTE KLIEANSRY a Klib S Aries f. College Preparatory r Dra matics, dogs O E. Stroudsburg S. T. College 1 Chocolate ice cream sodas O Merry g Anonymous phone calls y Sodalitas Latina l: Red and lVh1'te 25 Rechaulfez Dramatic 3 EMILY ELIZABETH KOCHER 8. Jiggs S Aries T. General I' Swimming O Musical work 1 Dancing O Ambitious Entertaining Z y Dramatic l: Girl Reserves Z, 3: Glee Club 23 Operetta 2: Bowling 3 MARGARET ANNA HAGERMAN B. Migs S Taurus 'L Commercial I' Reading 0 Churchman's Bus. College 1 Dancing 0 Likeable lnsincerity E y Dramatic I, 25 Glee Club 1, 3: Operetta 1 VVALTER HERVEY HEITZMAN 8. Walt S Aries 'll College Preparatory I' Traveling 0 Chemistry 1 Good food 0 Unassuming g Gaudy clothes y La Fraternidad Espanola 2: Checker 3 ELORA MILDRED JONES 3 Jonesy S Gemini 12 General I' Reading O Dietetics l Writing letters 0 Amiable Egotists Dewey Decimal I, 2, 3: G. A. C. 2, 31 Girl Reserves 2 g Y JOSEPH FRANK KISS 8. Kissy S Aries 12 General I' Archery 0 Auto mechanics l Driving O Romantic g Dancing y Curricular DOUGLAS EDWIN KNAPP E1 Doug S Germini T. General I' Skating O Woodworking 1 Good looking girls 0 Pleasant g Egotists y Curricular ALEX I. KOJI B. Alex S Taurus 'li College Preparatory I' Model planes Aeronautical engineering Tuna fish sandwiches O 1 0 Good-natured g Jitterbugs y Track I, 2, 35 Jurzto, Physics 3 0 Fimr-oNs fb F- Finv-rwo 0 Eva STELLA KOLUS 8. Eva S Gemini t Commercial I' Reading, singing O Interior decorating l Hiking 0 Congenial gg figotists y Curricular lVlAR'l'HA l,A'I"l'lG H. Mart S Aries T. Commercial I' Reading O Secretarial work 1 Sports 0 Athletic g Homework y G. A. C, l, 2, 3 GRACE ALICE LODER a Hon S Taurus T. Commercial I' Swimming. singing 0 Stenography 1 Football O Meek g Baseball y G. A. C. l, 2, 3 ROSALIE NTANSBACK 3. Rosebud S Gemini 'L College Preparatory I' Driving a car O Syracuse University 1 Tweed suits 0 Vivacious g Vacations y Sodalitas l.atina l, 2, 3: Current Events l: Le Cer- cle lirancais 2. 3: Rtirhuuffae: Dramatic l, 2, 3 RUTH ELIZABETH MASON 8. S t r O 1 o Z Y R a S T. r o 1 o B Y Rusty Gemini General Swimming. dancing Waiting on table Black lixuberant Movies G. A. C. l: Bowling 3 OBIERT AROI .D lVlliTZ Bob Aries Commercial Swimming Bookkeeping Sports Energetic Pink ties Assistant Manager Football 1: Intramural Basketball l, 2: Cheerleading 3 BETTY VIRGINIA KUTZ a s t r o 1 o E Y S a s t x' o 1 o E Y Bette Taurus General Swimming Nursing Cats Persistent Slowness Dramatic l: G. A. C. 1: Dewey Decimal Z, 3: Girl Reserves 2, 3 AMUlil. J AMES LIPARI Sam Gemini Commercial Sports Office work Dancing Pleasant Chewing gum Baseball 2, 3 l.lfN ELIZABIETH lVlAtflVlil.LAN College Preparatory Reciting in English a Pee Wee S Gemini T. I' Art. architecture O Art school 1 Dolls 0 Studious S Y Sodalitas Latina l, 2, 3: Chess 1: Arts and Craft 2: Dramatic 1: Girl Reserves 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 3 MARX' JANE NIARAGULIA 8. Mary S Aries f. Commercial I' Dancing 0 Secretarial work 1 Movies 0 Cheerful g Fire engines y Rechuuffe: Tennis 3 ANNA lVlERl.O a Nina S Aries t Commercial I' Dancing O Secretarial work 1 Tennis O Agreeable g Cherry pie y Dramatic 3 NTARY JANE lVllCHl.ER 8. Mic S Taurus t Commercial I' Dancing O Commercial art 1 Clothes. sketching O Chic g Tardiness y Dewey Decimal l, Z, 3: G. A. C. l. 2. 3: Dramatic l: Arts and Craft 2, 3: Glee Club l, 2, 3: Cperetta 1 2 3 IRENE IVIIHOLICA 8. Irene S Gemini 1 General I' Dancing, music, swimming 0 Clerking l Candy O Humorous E Y Roller skating Curricular REBECCA ANN MILLS a Becky S Aries t General I' Reading O Teaching 1 Dancing 0 Modest g Politics y Curricular GIZIELLA NAGY a Nagy S Taurus t General I' Reading, hiking O Clerking 1 Collecting photographs 0 Affable g Making speeches y Girl Reserves 2, 3 Jtzsslii MARIE PICKEI. a Jess S Aries 'L General I' Talking. china dogs 0 XVindow decorating 1 Sophisticated people o Petite g Rudeness y Dewey Decimal l, 2, G. A. C. l, 2 HENRY GEORGE POWELL a Hen S Aries t General I' Vtloodworking. models Diesel aviation school Football 0 1 0 Preoccupied Girls Checker Z. 3 E Y CHARLES WESLEY RASELY a Raselli S Taurus T. College Preparatory I' Marionettes Julliard School of Music Operas 0 1 0 Musical g Swing music y Glee Club l, 2: Operetta 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais Der Deutsche Verein 3 3 1, 3: .IANICE HANNAI-I MlLGRI.M B. .Ian S Aries T. Commercial I' Swimming, dancing O Secretarial work 1 Playing the piano 0 Stylish g Peremptory commands y G, A. C. 13 Dramatic 3 JOSEPH DAVID IVIODAVIS 8. Mo S Gemini T. General 1' Leather craft 0 Mechanics 1 Dancing 0 Flirtations g Getting up early y Intramural Basketball 2: Dramatic 3 YVARREN CJVERHOLT a Sonny S Gemini 12 General I' Model airplanes State Police Force Music 0 1 0 Dependable g Intoxicating beverages y Band l, 2, 3: Stage 2, 3 IVIARY .IEANETTE PISCITELLA a Tellie S Aries f. General I' Collecting pictures 0 Clerking 1 Dancing O Friendly g Studying y G. A. C. l, 2 ELSIIS LOUISE RAPP 8. Elsie S Gemini t College Preparatory I' Art 0 Wellesley College l Boys O Demure Lipstick g y Girl Reserves Z, 3: Dra- matic 3: Le Cercle Francais 3 JOHN CARMEN RICCI B. Rick S Gemini ll College Preparatory P Sports. clubs History teaching Dancing O 1 0 Debonair Chocolate ice cream Ushers 1, 2. 3: Dramatic 1, 2: Nature l: Manager Baseball 3: Intramural Bas- ketball l. 2: Le Cercle Fran- cais 3: Checker 3 E Y 'vi ' Firrr-ri-mes Q 9 G JENNIE BERNICE ROTH 3 Jen S Gemini T. College Preparatory I' Swimming, tennis 0 Pennsylvania State College 1 Music 0 Unpretentious g Haughty people y Girl Reserves 2, 35 Sodali- tas Latina 3: Der Deutsche Verein 3: Band I, Z, 3: Orchestra l. 2, 3 LEWIS WILLIAM SANDERS 3. Lew S Aries 'IZ General I' Roller skating 0 Printing 1 Basketball 0 Shy g Homework y Intramural Basketball I, 2 JOHN PRED SCIIWIZNK 8. John S Gemini T. General I' Skating. football O Work 1 Driving a car O Happy-go-lucky g Chess y Intramural Basketball I, 2 ETIIEL BLANCIIE FERN SIGAIIOOS 8. Honey S Gemini il General I' Knitting 0 Dressmaking 1 Housework O Plirtatious g Boys that won't talk y Curricular JOHN ,IOSISPH SIIVIONETTA 21 Simmy S Gemini 1. College Preparatory I' Reading O Research 1 Outdoor sports O Ifriendly g Eighth periods y Curricular I.lLI,lAN EMILY SINIITH a Smitty S Gemini il Commercial I' Dancing 0 Child nursing l Working in print shop 0 Carefree g Gloom y G. A. C. I, 2. 3 mf-roun 0 SALVATORE ROCCO RUTA 8. Sam S Aries T. General I' Sports O Drafting 1 Fruits. outdoor sports o Quiet g Girls y Curricular JOAN MARIE SCHLOEGEL B. Joanie S Taurus t Commercial I' Skating, swimming 0 Commercial teaching 1 Studying O Reserved g Boys y Der Deutsche Verein 3 'THELIVIA JANE SIIOLLEY a Thelm S Gemini T. General I' I-liking, reading 0 Bookkeeping 1 Canoeing 0 Dependable , g Oral reports Y Girl Reserves 2. 3 ADA IVIARIIQ SILVERSTEIN 8. Ada S Aries T, College Preparatory I' Collecting foreign dolls 0 University of Pennsylvania 1 Dissecting O Helpful g O, O, Mclntyre y Nature I: Girl Reserves Z. 3: Oratorical 3 AUDR EY RIIEA SMITI I a s t r o 1 o S Y W 8. s t r o 1 o S Y A Smitty Aries General Sports Dressmaking and d Basketball. football Deferent Lessons G. A. C. l, 1, '5 esigning LTER AMOS SMITH Snuff Aries General Fishing Painting Good clothing Practical Football Curricular JAMES SOROKA a Jim S Taurus T, Commercial I' Sports Secretarial work Blond girls O Enthusiastic g Brunettes y Basketball l, 2 o 1 ALICE STRUK a Alley S Gemini f. General I' Dancing O Dressmaking l Sewing 0 Domestic g People who stare y G. A. C. 2. 3 BEN TUNA 8. Ben S Taurus T. Commercial I' Fishing O Office work 1 Outdoor sports o Patient g Studying y Curricular THOMAS EDWARD VVARNER 3. Pop S Aries t Commercial I' Radio O Radio study l Swimming 0 Musical American civilization Orchestra l. 2, 3: Band Z, 33 Physics 3 S Y WlLl.IAM VVATSON a Bill S Aries t General I' Photography. radio Photographic work Basketball O 1 0 Independent Studying E y Intramural Basketball l. JACK B. VVEISS 8. Weissey Taurus College Preparatory S t 1' Chess, notebooks O 1 New York University Being a dictator O Executive Opposition Delegate Assembly l. La Fraternidad Espanola 2, 3: Current Events 2. Oratorical 3 E Y l. 2 3. 1, 3: ANNAMAE STOPFLET 8. Annie S Taurus T. General I' Collecting pictures 0 Beauty culture l Swimming 0 Likeable g History y G.A.C.l,2.3 CAROLINE MARJORIE TINSMAN 8. Tinnie Taurus General S T. I' Singing 0 Vocal study 1 Dancing O Lively g History, clams y Glee Club 2. 3: Operetta 2: La Fraternidad Espanola Girl Reserves 2. 3 ,lil-IOMAS FRANCIS TOOHEY 8. Tommy S Gemini 'li College Preparatory I' Art 0 Art school 1 Swing music O Accommodating Rain Rechauffe: Arts and Craft l, 2. 3 S Y ELSIE El.l ZAB ETH WASHBURN 8. Sandy S Gemini 'll General I' Walking 0 Nursing 1 Green skirts 0 Eflicient g Skating y G. A. C. 1: Girl Reserves 2. 3: Bowling 3 EDYTHE MAY WEAVER a Eadie S Gemini T. General I' Singing O Vocal study 1 Dancing 0 Accomplished g Reading y Glee Club 2, 3: Operetta 2 MARGARET NAOMI WEISS 8. Marj S Gemini T, Commercial I' Swimming 0 Secretarial work 1 Sports 0 Sociable g Seriousness y Curricular 0 Fisrv-sive 1. I E51 Fmt-six 0 MAURICE VJEITZENHOFER 3. Goo Goo S Aries T. General I' Bicycling O Work 1 Sports O Mischievous g Staying indoors y Nature 1 HARRY PAUL VJESLEY 8. Wa S Aries T, General 1 I' Sports 0 College ' l Study halls O Vigorous g Spelling y Football l. 2. 3: Glee Club 2: Operetta 2: Senior Play AIJCE H. WOLFE 8. Alice S Gemini 'li Commercial I' Traveling. post cards Clerical work Gingerbread 0 1 0 Friendly g Leslie Howard y G. A. C. l. 3: Bowling 3 l'lliLl'2N ELIZABETH VJYNNE 3 Winnie S Aries T. General I' Dancing 0 Trade school 1 Music 0 Domestic g History y Curricular Horosco e RUTH KUNKLE WERNER a Boots S Aries 'C General I' Skating 0 Clerking 1 Dancing 0 Reserved g Swimming y Orchestra 1, 2, 3 ROBERT EDWARD XVINTERS a Bob S Aries T. General 1' Hunting 0 Airplane mechanics 1 Driving 0 Ouiet g Symphony orchestras y Curricular WESLEX' CLAYTON XVOOLEVER 3. Wes S Gemini 'C General r Drafting 0 Drafting 1 Baseball 0 Practical g Homework y Intramural Basketball l. Z SHERWOOD FREEMAN YEISLEY 8. Red S Taurus 'L General I' Taxidermy 0 Printing 1 Dancing. girls 0 Dexterous g Lipstick y Orchestra l: Bowling 2 The future of the members of the groups of Aries. Taurus, and Gemini holds many interesting possibilities. These persons will be remembered long after their fellows for their important discoveries. Most of the group are planning to adapt themselves to work which keeps them in the eye of the public. Salesmanship, public leadership, research work, and invention are the fields in which most will find their life work. The members of these groups are studious rather than athletic, thoughtful rather than fun-loving. They would rather improve their mental outlook than use what seems to them precious time for amuse- ment. The wide scope of knowledge gained by intense study and a natural cleverness give this group an advantage over the others when it comes to advancement. - A . -,s- .. bfi' St'2lKl'fl-Htxltfll Kiefer, Cllzxrlvs Hun-, Hulbert Stvvlivl. Sm-llllll '. ' . .' Blau-kmun, Marie Vreveling . I Stunriiutr-'l"i-cl Peterson, Daniel Mullvn, Fr-mi Hans, Ilityrnnml -".'f ' ' Toppi-r, Vlurke Applegate, Frank Fay, 1.1-olmril Si-ifvrt, Mr, Jaunvs Jumor Ca met President ROBERT STECKEL Vice President CHARLES RUTE Secretary SELMA BLACKMAN Treasurer MARIE CREVELING Adviser MR. AELFRIC JAMES, SR. HOME RooM REPRESENTATIVES i Clarke Applegate 219 Bob McGuire Caf. K Marie Creveling 215 Daniel Mullen 102 Frank Fay 210A Ted Peterson 212 Fred Hans 105 Leonard Seifert Caf. R Jane Harrison 108 Robert Steckel 109 Helen Kiefer 210 Raymond Topper 206 Robert Walters 205 The Junior Cabinet is composed of the homeroom chairmen, the officers of the Junior Class, and representatives. Its duties are similar to those of the Senior Cabinet. This year it voted to have a Junior Play, arranged the Junior Prom, and carried on numerous other activities. The Junior Play was the nrst ever presented by the Junior Class and set a high standard for those which may follow. The Junior Prom, with a May pole and other elaborate decora- tions, was well attended and proved to be a prontable enterprise. There is every reason to expect that the class of 1940 will continue to be as active and as suc- cessful in its senior year. 0 Flrrv-sevsw 1 . ' l it idk. l l l l l it min. gA ri 4.,,l,f. . a............ -tw XP f Y' . 1 A ff .T . . i -. ' few e Junior Class ROOM Z I 0 ROOM 210A Chairman Frank Fay Adviser Mr. William lfackenthal Defilippantonio, Tom Davis. Melba Chairman Clarke Applegate Adviser Miss Maria Babin Adam. Harold Vylilliam Abel. Ruth Agretto, Harry Adams. Mae Amato. Anthony Andrews. 'William Applegate. Clarke Asteak. Irving Ayers, lilwood Banana. John Barclay, Robert Bastinelli. Allred Becker. Dave Becker, lfrancis Benckert. Charles Benckert. Dann Berardi. Achilles Bihleheimer. Donald Bigga. Richard Bishop. XVilliam Black. Bernard Chairman Adviser Boccadoro. Alfred Boettinger. lfred Bonstein. Thomas Bougher. Jason Breen. David Breidinger. Charles Brinker. Richird Broscius. XValter Btionn, Charles Burns. Vv'ilden Buskirk. Howard lliitv. Franklin Cal7etti. Galsio Caplin. llenry Carey, Karl Cooper. lfdward Cooper. Stephen Dtemer, lillswortlt Dehlardo. Dominick ljk'l.llC.1. Carl DeSoiisa. John Dietz. Douglas Firrv-:ici-ir 0 Allabach. Jacqueline Altenbach. Mary Amato. Frances Arnold. Grace Arnold. Jane Bachman. Dorothy Barber. Dorothy Bayne. Betty Bennett. June Blackman. l.ucille Blackman. Selma Booye. Roberta Bowman. Grace Brotlman. Arlene Brown, Betty Marie Creveling Miss Ruth Dull Brown. Elizabeth Bubba. Elizabeth Burns. Bertha Buss. Josephine Carew, Georgette Carver. Thelma Cavazel. Doris Chaiversoli. 'Josephine Chaiversoli. Nancy Chiavetta. Concetla Cianci, Concetta Clymer. Phyllis Coffman. Arla Contos. Ellen Cornelius. Velma Corriere. Sadie Creveling, Marie Ctiskey. Mary Dold. Richard Dominuco. Paul Dougherty. Bernard Drey, Sylvester Enea. Frank Engler, William Erbio. Frank Evans. Russell Fagan. Thomas Fair. Herman Fay. Frank Fehnel, Herbert Ferrante. Joseph Fiore. Anthony Floramo. Nickolas Florindi, Carl Fowler. Arthur Frace. Jack Frinzi. Joe DeBellis. Hilda Dean. Evelyn Deck. Ermaline DeLuca. Rose DePaolis. l.aura Dietzel. Eleanor Dowling. Mildred Doyle. Frances Doyle. Shirley Dulac. Evelyne Ealer. Anna Ealer. Mary Jane Ehmer. Martha Eichman. Mae Eisenhardt. Margaret Eisenhower. Clara ROOM IO5 Chairman Fred Hans Adviser Miss Phyllis Gregory lirinli. John Gadwell. Cassidy Gallo. James Gehman. Clarence Genua, l.eo Gerbino. George Gerhino. Michael Gerhart. Harry Giordano. Frank Godown. James Gramauskis, Joe Green. Paul Gress. Edmund Grifo. Dick Gum. James Gurinko. Alex Haas. Howard Hahn, Bradley Hans. Fred Harris. Arthur Eriksen. Etna Everitt. Sarah Faust, Cheretta Febo. Calie itch. Caroline Fortunato. Helen Frace. Evelyn Frankel. Shirley Frankmore, Anna Frey. June If Friedman. Beverly Fritts. Dorothy Garrison. Joyce Gaudesh. Justina Gianguzi. Theresa Gibson, Elizabeth Gigliotti. Maria Giordano. Josephine Giovanni. Mary Kienzle, Marie Q 1 Chairman Adviser art, John awk. Randolph azzard. Alford eavener, Arling erster. Charles ockman. Carl oops, Barthold orn, Donald arvath. James ughes, Vwlilliam ubbard, Harold tint, Donald iboden, Adam mes. Howard Chairman Adviser ne, James niper. Melvin :k. Charles llogg, William ig. Frank t. Harold ickerbocker, Palmer m, Irving lchycki. Anthony ROOM 108 JU . . X.. . Jane Harrison Chairman Mr. Herbert Henderson Adviser James, Robert James. Robert E. Johnson, Frank Johnson. Richard Joseph. Louis Kaiser, George Kane, Raymond Godown. Madalyn Grandinetti. Pauline Gray. Mary Grifo. Nancy Grifo, Jane Grube, Arranetta ROOM 210 Grube. Marion Gurinko. Helen Haas. Joyce Hager, Shirley Hall. Dorothy Harriman, Rhoda Harrison, Jane Hartzell, Mary Hausman, June Hay. Marjorie Hegarty, Georgia Hineline. Miriam Hochman. Rosalind Helen Kiefer Mr. Aelfric James, Sr. Laros. Claude Laubach, William Leone. John Libby. George Liberti. Frank Hoflmeier, Agnes Hoflstadt. Eleanor Holden. Pearle Huff. Catherine Hummer. Kathryn Illick. Betty Jones. Janice Kane, Mary Keller, Helen Kiefer, Helen Kieffer, Betty Libiano. Felix Lichtenwalner, Clarence Lipari. Joseph Lippincott, David Lirakis. Mike Litwak, Herbert Lovenstein, Lochard Luchetti, Umberto Luparelli, Dominick Lyons. Robert McCabe, Basil McCart. Robert McGinely, James McGrogan. Charles McGu ire, Robert McPeek, Paul Makatenas. Albert Chairman Adviser Miller, Douglas Miller, Robert F. Miller. Edwin Miller. Jack Miller, Joe Miltenberger. Robert Modney, William Moser, Richard Moser, Robert Moser, Vilesley Mullen, Daniel i ROOM CAF. K. Robert McGuire Mr. John Kressler Markley. William Marzano, John Marzano. Thomas Mengel, Lester Mestesano, Vincent Meyers. Lester Keiper. Dorothy Kindt, Ruth Kleinhans. Ruth Knight. Winifred Knoble. Catherine Kortz, Wealthy Kuebler. Arlene Kunkel, Lorraine Kutz, Hildegard ROOM 102 Laliever. Mary Lalievre, Mina l.aRose. Mildred Lattig. Dorothy LeCause, Mary Locaro. Theresa Lopresto, Mary Lowe. Susan Lucey, Kathryn Luckenhach. lirieda l.unt. Emabelle McCracken, Ethelyn McHugh, Mary Maiorana. Concetta Mancino. Elizabeth Mangino, Ann Daniel Mullen Mr, William Kuebler Muller, John Murray. XValter Nagy. Alex Newhart, William Nixon, Joseph Norelli. Victor Onorato, Nick Margeson, Margaret Mari. Frances Martin. Elizabeth Marx, Ruth Mattes, Ruth Menear, Marguerite Merwarth. Dorothy Merritt, Gloria Meyers, Ruth Milides. Vasilia Miller, Florence Miller, Jeanne Miller. Marilyn Newhart, Martha F' i 1,1 1 ,l'r 1 1 1 1 1 .-..-1, -1--P ' - 1---.-.f...a.,c...- - --.,.,. ROOM 212 Chairman Theodore Peterson Adviser Miss Dorothy Miller l'acchioli, Albert Paluso. Paul Panto, Dominick Patti. Sal Peterson, Ted l7ignotti. Quindi Piparato. Salvatore Pulgini. Quindi Pulgini. Raymond Ramunni. Vincent Randony, l.awrence Reese. lidward Regina. Tony Reighn. Tony Reilly. Gerald Reiss, George Renkert, Howard Rizos. George Roschioli, Gilbert Rossi, Julio Odenwelder. Catherine Organetti, Lucille Orlando. Mary Pacchioli. lines Padula, Rose ROOM CAF. R Chairman Leonard Adviser Mr. kValter Re Rush. Robert Rule, Charles Salvero. Sam Sandt, Leo Schaefler. Charles Schaeffer. Thomas Schinstine. William Schug. Willis Sebio. Dominick Seifert. Leonard Seiler. Dick Shaheen, Joseph Shannon. Thomas Sharpe. James Shireman, Paul Siemons, Allen Simanas. Albert Simons, George Singley, George Sirianni, Joseph Skillman. Richard Smith. Arthur Regrut, Naomi Reuther. Mary Reyes, Josephine Ricci. Camalda Rich. Mary Richards. Betty Richards. Gladys Richenbacher. Mae Ricker. Constance Palmi. Angeline Pappas. Bessie Patire. Sara Paul, Caroline Perruso. Kathryn Peters, Betty Piscitello. Nancy Pizarie, Agnes Pleiss. Arlene Radavich. Florence Raub. Violet Regina. Jean Seifert nkwitz Rider. Catherine Roberts, Helene Rodenbough. Alberta Roscioli. Onorina Rosenzweig. Eva Roth. Marie Ruchala. Genevieve Russo. Frances Ryan, Catherine Sanders. Helen Sandt. Dorothy Sandt. Pauline Santee, Alberta Scalaro, Eleanor Schall. Catherine Schippers, Anna ROOM lO0 Chairman Robert Steckel Adviser Mr. George Stacy Smith, llugh Snyder. Earle Spadoni. Joseph Smith. James K. Southam. XVilliam Steckel. Robert Suriv 9 D Smith. Paul Smith, Ward Snyder, Charles Sox, Arthur Spadaro, John Stehlin. Rush Stem, Harold Stiles, Warren Schlough. limma Schlough. Helen Schoenberger. Lois Schwar, Jeanette Schweizer. Helen Schwimmer. Marian Searfoss, Olive Sengon. Teresa Shafer, Helen Sholley. Ruth Siegfried. Charlotte Singley. Mary Smith, Clara Smith. Marie ROOM 206 Chairman Raymond Topper Adviser Miss Dorothy Sterner Stocker, James Stonis. Samuel Stout. Asher Stout. Raymond Stout. William Swint. Charles Terleski. George Tice, Frederick Tilton. Paul Tobachnick. Edgar Todaro. Dominik Topper. Raymond Trapani, Samuel Ulba. Victor Umholtz. Leroy Vernon. Matthew Vigilante. Anthony Voight. William Smock, Audrey Snyder, Mary Jane Spaziani. Dorothy Spidale. Constance Steckel. Frances Stem. Carolyn Stimeare. Dorothy Struk. Anna Sylvester. Evelyn Szukics. Anna Terranova, Carmella Thatcher. Elizabeth Thompson. Lee Tooma. Mary Trauger. Grace Trux. Elizabeth Unangst. Janet VanDoren. Norma ROOM 205 Chairman Robert NValters Adviser Miss Anne Willauer Vulcano, Patsy NVagner. Iidward XValsh. Nelson Walters, Robert Walton. Robert Washburn. Stanley W.ismer. Max Wynne, Herbert Yahraes. Robert Young. George Young. Frank Young. Harry Yuknis, Michael XVerkheiser. Harold Van Lovanee. Harriet Wickkiser. Stanley Williams. James Williams, Paul Vitale. Margaret Walter. lllizabeth Warner. Jane Williamson. Harold Weiss, Charlotte Wolbach. Norman XVeppel. Doris XVhitehead. Leona VJilliams. Helen XVilson. Ruth Vy'immer. Valeria Wolfe. June Wolff, Jeanne Yacone, Lucy Yacone. Theresa Yaworski, Mae Young. Marion Zawarski. Clara Zimmerman. Ellen il 4- . 4 ,Mr .n., .. - ...an I' Seated-flilli-ille Powell, Harry He-yl, S116-'l'llHlll Ames, John ' " I Hoy-gumli, Vl'inii'r'e-d l'z1sterli11 A :U ifz ' ' ' I Siillllllllf-5ifil'Zlf'6' Stexensoll, Allie-1'tn Bri-ntlvl, Mitzi KZll'2l1lIIlUN, -xfkfifg' .- Morris Fincllvv, Douglas Blum, Harry Hooper, Joseph l".' ' ' ' twist IIIOYH, Virginia XYoll'1merg, Irenn- Person, Miss VVi1luuer S 111 CB. 'I1e'1I President SHERMAN AMES Vice President- JOHN BERGMAN Secretary WINIERED CASTERLIN Treasurer LUCILLE POWELL Adviser Miss ANNE WILLAUER Douglas Blum Joseph Castrinova Alberta Brendel Winifred Casterlin Harry Heyl Harry Hooper Mitzi Karabinus HOME RooM REPRESENTATIVES 6 Earl McKee 106 N. S. H' A. Leroy Mohr 104 207 John Rice N. S, H. M. N S H C Jack Sandt 209 ' ' ' ' James Shannon 103 N- S- H- C' Grace Stevenson 113 107 John Updegrove 100 1 1 1 Virginia Wolfberg 1 12 The Sophomore Class. the class of 1941, now consisting of 578 students is one of the largest in the history of Easton High School. The oflicers of the class were elected early in the year and have capably and thoroughly carried out their numerous duties. Cabinet meetings were called by the president, Sherman Ames, or by Miss Willauer, class adviser, when the occasion arose. The cabinet is composed of the oflicers of the class and homeroom chairmen. Upon them and upon each individual member rests the task of making this class one to be rememf bered for its achievement rather than for its size. l 4 I I 1 - T - is T in -la il l 1, Sophomore Class ROOM 6 Chairman Douglas Blum Adviser Mr. Clarence Ackerman Ackerman. Joseph Apple. Paul Bisco. John Ackerman. Robert Aicher. Richard Ajhar. Nick Alercia, Sam Alexander. Albert Alexander. George Allen. Harry Amato. Paul Ames. Sherman Apgar. Horace Ashton. Richard Aust. Robert Balakas. Gust Ball. R. Leon Barnhardt, Martin Bartholomew. James Bastian. Gilbert Behringer. James Belak, John Bergman. John ROOM S. H. A. Blasco. Anthony Blum. Douglas Boccadoro. Natale Boscia. John Boscia, Nick Brandt, William Brendle. Russell Bullock. Donald Burkely. Louis Buschi. Orville Chairman Joseph Castrinova Adviser Miss Edith Albright Buss. Howard Clements. Donald Altman. Jane Buss, John Compagnola. Elmer Calletti, Alceo Campf. lirank Case. Guy Cassarino. James Castrinova. Joseph Cather. Robert Chapman. Frederick Chillot. Lewis Chisesi. Nicholas Ciambrone. John Clark. Stuart Conti. Nazzarene Cook, Norman Crusan, William Curto. James Curzi. John Cuvo. Eugene Ackerman. Jane Ackroyd. Franceil Aiello. Helen Albert, Jane Allen. Louise Amato, Frances Angelico, Lucy Apple. Helen Backo. Erma Baker. Sadie Balaskas. Georgia Balentine. Hildegarde Bardo. Norma Bartholomew. Doris Bastian. Marian Bechtel. Gerry Beers. Shirley ROOM 207 Chairman Alberta Brendel Adviser Miss Mildred Buzby Dashawski. Steve Dearden, James DeMente. Natale Densler. Raymond Depew. Ken Detweiler. Kinsey Sixrv-rwo 9 Dickinson. Paul Donnelly. James Downs. Sydney Ebner. Paul Eichman. Charles lirb. Donald Erbio. Michael Bereczki, Irma Bernhard, Ruth Bill. Evelyn Blake, Miralynn Bonser, Dorothy Borowski. Sophie Brendel. Alberta Britton, Eleanor Britton. Mildred Brownell. Louise Buongiorno, Eleanor Buskirk. Florence Caffrey. Virginia Capanna. Catherine ROOM S. H. CA. Capanna. Henrietta Cappadona. Mary Carey. Dorothy Carr. Catherine Carr. Elizabeth Chairman Winifred Casterlin Adviser Mr. Elmer Carroll Ernst, William Frankenfteld. Ralph Coley. Agnes Falcone, Leonard Ferrano. Lewis Fimiano, Anthony Findley. Morris Fisher, Dan Raymond Frantz, Russell Frcdericks, Fred lireidl. Frank Fritzo. Ernest Fitch. XValter Casterlin. Winifred liliszar. Joe Foanio, James Fortino. Placido Fragassi. Gino Frank. Anthony Cavanaugh. Mary Caviston, Joyce Charles, Angelina Chilli. Lillian Ciavarella. Mary Frankenlield. Lawrence Cirillo. Genevieve Frankenheld, Lee Cla rk, J oan Clark, Margaret ROOM S. H, CO. Collina, Mary Conndes, Cartherine Conn. Shirley Cressman, Emma Crisafulli. l.ena Culpepper. Virginia Curto. Michelina Daley. Cecilia Daley. Jane Dashawski, Olga DeBiasi. Josephine Deemer. Jessie Derr. Nancy Jane Chairman Harry Heyl Adviser Mr. Elwood Cooper Gabrielli, Oliver Gallagher, James George. Howell Goldsworth. Willis Graeff. Russell Gray, Harold Greenleaf, Lewis Grollman, Milton Gross. Robert Grube. Eddie Gualberti, Natoli Gulick. Charles Hackett. XVilliam Hagenbuch. Llewellyn Hawk, Tom Heilman. Albert Heyl. Harry Hindenach. Jimmie Hindmarch, Vklilliam D'l-luyvetters, Mary Dimmick. Claire Dixon. Marian Dold, Betty Donnelly, Janet Eck. Bessie Eck. Luella Laura Eichlin. Doris Eonik. Stella Erhardt, Betty Ewadinger, Alyce Fairer. Marjorie Fehr. Jeanie Ferrante. Mary Fioretti. Dorothy Foster. Doris Frace. Virginia Francavillese, Anna Fraunfelder. Frances Freeman. Helen Freytag, Dotty Friedman. Lea Frutchey. Sylvia l l - --l-r li fi 'I l I ROOM 107 Chairman Harry Hooper Adviser Mr. Albert Erb Hinkel, Joseph Hoadley. William Holden, Thomas Hooper. Harry Horn. James Horn. Robert Horon, George Houck. Edwin Hunsickcr. Harold Hunt, Bob lhrie. Earl lllick. Robert Johnson. Melvin Jojes. James Jones. Neil Jones, Richard Jones, Willard Joseph, Philip Eulmer, Reba Gallagher. Helen Gately, Gloria Gcrhart. Ruth Gincvra. Vincie Gordon, Charlotte Gower, Barbara Graves, Virginia Greger, Leona Gross, Jane Hagenbuch. Elizabeth I-lammerstone, Grace Hartman, Arlene Hays, Betty Hempe, Elizabeth Hindenach, Betty Hinkel, Alberta Good. Norma Hackett, Constance Jones, Evelyn ROOM l l l Chairman Mitzi Karabinus Adviser Mrs, Mary Gayman Kindt. James Kindt, Kenny Kinsley. Robert Koose, Eugene Kurlansik. Herbert Kutsopias. Louis Kutz, Samuel LaBarba. Frank l.arks. James l.aVelle. Martin l.eamy, Kenneth Lennen. Harry Linn. Richard Holden, Ellen Hollinger, Norma Hosier, Emma Hutchison, Betty lnderelst, Arlene lndurato. Leona Jago, Betty lnabinett, Henrietta Johnson, Betty Johnson, Hope Kantner, Jeannette Kaplan, Marjorie Karabinus, Mitzi Karakus, Georgia Keim. Arline Keim, Eleanor Keiper, Virginia Keller, Pauline Kern, Ruth Ketchledge, Harriet Klass, Marjorie Kleinhans, Eleanor Lesko, Stephen Jones. Eleanor Kolus. Olga Letson. John Kansevich, Olga ROOM 106 Chairman Earl McKee Adviser Mr, Edwin Johnson Lipson, Eugene McKee. Earl Martin, Joseph Liro, Russell McLaughlin, Jack Martin, Richard Litsinger, Robert Main, Jack Mason, Ered Lombardo, Manuel Mamrich, Michael Lutri. Dominik Marcavia, Paul Mclnerney, Richard Mari, George Masterson, James Mauro, Caesar Macy, Jack Mechalakos. George Merli, Raymond Labate. Grace Lachman, Mary LaEevre. Elizabeth l.ambert, Jacqueline Lambert. Marion Lennen, Lois Lewis, Eleanor Lewis, Helen Liberti. Mary Libiano. Josephine Lisinichia, Yolanda Long, Mae Lothrop, Audrey McCormick, Alice McGary, Dorothy Mclnerney, Helene Mabus, Marjorie Mammana, lfilomena Lombardo, Antionette ROOM 104 Chairman Leroy Mohr Adviser Mr. Charles Sandwick Merzz, William Meyers, William Miechur, Thomas Miller, Robert Miller, William Mohr. Leroy Montrim, Edward Moore, Robert Morrison, William Morrow, Arthur Morrow, Lester Moser, Elwood Moser, John Mullen, Bill Myers, William Nicholas. Carl Noble, Jesse Notaro, Joseph Mandell, Jean Maragulia, Beatrice Markley. Irene Marra, Evelyn Martin, Emma Mason, Ruth Matchette, Margaret ROOM S, H. M. Matthews, Marion Meirihardt, Catherine Mertz, Frances Messa. Marie Messinger. Marion Metzgar, Viola Michler. Margaret Miller. Blanche Mills, Virginia Mineo, Emily MoDavis, Eleanor Montcalm. Eleanor Morrow. Betty Mumma. Kathryn Chairman John Rice Adviser Mr. Stanley Morgan Oliver, Ross Organetti, James Ott, Edward Otto, James Penna, Patsy Pensyl, Ellsworth Plotts, Howard Prugh, Earl Ptak, Chester Pucillo, Paul Radogna, Michael Rameckers, Gerald Rasely. James Reed. George Reed, Harry Reibman, Harold Rice, John Richards, Edward Rivilli. Tony Roberson. Elwood Roberson. James Muratore, Marie Mutchler, Kathryn Nagle. Betty Olsen, Dorothy Ott, Grace Pacchioli, Marisa Pagano, Anne Palmi, Felicia Parr, Dorothy Patire. Rose Pappas. Katherine Pasch, Geraldine Person, lrene Phillips. Onalee Pinskey, Shirlee Plum. Loretta Polidoro, Theresa Powell. Lucille Raebuck, Margaret Ramunni. Clara 0 Stxrv-muse I l alas ol -I I I I ROOM ZOO Chairman Jack Sandt Adviser Mr, Hurley Patterson Roeclxer, Jack Rogers. Robert Rohn, Harold Romanic. Michael Rosenheld, Bernard Ruch, Hollister Ruggiero. Anthony Salvo, Albert Salamone, Pat Saltler. William Sandt, Carl Sandt. Howard Santlt. .lack Sawchuk. William Schaeffer. Clayton Ramunni. Clara A. Ramunni. Clara M. Randall, Betty Ravese. Fannie Rehrig, Anna Reighn. lilorence Reillv, lfileen Reimer, Kathryn Reiss. Dorothy ROOM 103 Chairman James Adviser Mr. Charles Schaible. l,ester Scheetl, lidward Schilling. lidward Schleicber. lilwood Schoclter, Solomon Schwar. l.ester Seip. Nevin Shannon, James Shively, Wilbur Sidoti. .lohn Sigaloos. Kenneth Smith, lidward Smith. Harold Smith, Marvin Smith. Russell W. Schwar. Genava Seibel, Dorothy Seifert, Grace Seiple, l.eatrice Seyfried. Vicky Shanahan, Jean Shannon, Ruth Sherman, Catherine Roberts, Mary Rogers. Elizabeth Rogers, Virginia Rossley. Betty Salzman. Jean Sandt. Joyce Scarano, Catherine Scarpino. Theresa Schaefer, Catherine Schaub, Marion Scbaubhuth. Mildred Scbnapp. Pearl Schraff, Dorothy Shannon Richards Silas. Beverly Silfies, Dorothy Silvia. Catherine Simonetta. Angela Skillman. Ruth Slavin. Pauline Barbara Sloyer. Smith. Bette Smith. Jane Smith, Lorraine Smith. Virginia Snyder. Alice ROOM ZIOB Chairman Grace Stevenson Adviser Mr, Roy Stanton Stamus, Spero Stark, Harvey Stauller. Harry Stocker. David Stocker, Jack Sloncius .John Slxrv-Foul 0 Stout. Robert Strawn. Milton Strolule. Kenneth Stubblebine. John Swan. liranlx Taylor, Harlan Teel. Bill Terleski, John Thierolf. John Thomas. Allen Snyder. l.illian Solomon. Mildred Sortino. Grace Sours. Olga Spanish, Edith Spence, lilorence Springlield, Betty Staller, l,illian Stark. Rachel Starniri. Nora Statler, Dorothy Stead. June Sterling. Jean Stevenson. Grace Stout, Jacqueline Strawn. Jeanette Strobe. lfdna Swope, Marion Sylvester, lfleanor Taylor. Patricia Thomas, Vivian ROOM l00 Chairman John Updegrove Adviser Miss Elizabeth Weaver Tindall, Walter Todd. Kenneth Tone, Gerald Torre, Sam Trumbauer, Robert Updegrove, John Vacaro, John Valerio, lgnazio Vargo. Alex Veronis, Pete Waller. Kenneth Walters, limory Wasser, Robert Weatherford. Georg Weiss, Carl Werkheiser. John XVright, James Tillman, Audrey Tomaino. Beatrice Tomaino. lfdith Tomko. Margaret Toohey. Madaline Toohey. Rosemarie Trazh, Anna Trimmer. Velma C Vacurgis. Blanche Doris Vernon, Volkcrt, Dorothy Voorhees. Gladys Wagner, Algene XVagner, Elaine NVagner. Elizabeth ' Wagner. Mae Wallaesa. l.eona Watcrbor, Ellen Mac Watson. Dorothea Weaver. Marian XVeidaw. Jane ROOM l IZ Chairman Virginia XVolfberg Adviser Miss l.aura White Werner. Ralph Vklerner, Robert XVesley, William Will. James Harry Bernard Willis. Wilson. Wilson. Cyrus Wilson. Thomas Yeager, Donald Young. Howard Russell Young. Youngltin, Robert Zibulewsky. Jacob Zeigler, Carl Ziev. Al, Donald Woolley. James Weiss, Jean Weitvman, Lydia Wen Lelberger. Peggy XVerkheiser. Myra XVester. Margaret XVilliamson, Jean XVilliamson. Shirley XVirebach. Elixabeth Wolfberg, Virginia XVolfe. Grace Wolfe. Joyce Vklood. Anna XVoodring. Cecile Woodring, Nelda Worley. Betty Worley. l.ois XVyker. l,ois Yeisley. Charlotte Evelyn Yetter. Zimmerman. Virgini Zito. Palmer Zoccola. 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Nancy Shillinger, VVilliam Rivke-r ' Third: Morris Findley, Harry Heyl. Robert Steckel Easton Hig School Ass'n. President JACK BRYANT Vice President ROBERT YAHRAES Secretary SELMA BLACKMAN Girls' Treasurer Boys' Treasurer IRENE KUPER JOHN KECK SENIOR DELEGATES Hermana Goodear Mary Jones Nancy Shillinger William Ricker JUNIOR DELEGATES Marie Creveling Robert Steckel James Kane SOPHOMORE DELEGATES Harry Heyl Morris Findley Adviser MR. ELTON E. STONE The E. H. S. A. is the first and most important club to organize. Officers are elected early in the year and therefore can begin work at once. The duties of this organization are many. Letters are awarded to the members of the athletic teams, the annual football banquet is arranged, the editors and business managers of the Reichauffe and of the Junto are selected, the budget for football, baseball, and track is managed, pep rallies are arranged, club charters are ratified, and many other tasks are performed by this group. This year the Association brought about the playing of popular music by the band at football games, It has unquestionably fulfilled its aim-to maintain goodwill and satisfaction among the pupils of Easton High School. 9 SlXTY'FlVE La Fraternida Espanola l7l'CSiLlCl1l CLXRK .'Xl'l'l.lk1.'X'iil5 Vice President .IAMITS XVIQST Treasurer 'lilllflil-NA SMNLAON Secretary N'Al,lfRlA XVlMNlIiR Advifier MISS iVl1XRl.X BXBIN lin-'A-lllugz .lzilnvs XXX-st, lmllailsl lllxxmlllizixwli, tlrirli Appl:-i.':itv, lwonatiwl Soil'-'r!, I may llvrlrilm Si-until' Hilti.: lvvlh-llis. K:itl1l'5u llinlixti. Mzirin- l-'Q-ltr, Miss lizilviti, 1,44-zitrif-1 XY1-iulwru. I-'lti llznllrns, rmiuvi-li:i l'i.in1-i, Iilzi l':x--vliinli 'l'lliriI 'l'li4-rt-S11 Si-nguii, th-:nut-ttv t':ix'vu, Yziln-ri:x XX'iuilnvr, XN'iniI'1'n-il Knixixt. 11:-:ite 'I':-nz--lla, Vain-lim' 'l'insm:in, liutli li--II5, Iflrnzi ldriksi-ii The purpose of La Fraternidad Espanola is to give to its members a better urderstanding of the customs and the language of the Spanish-speaking coun- tries. Although this s-eems a very serious purpose, the club and its meetings are interesting and always enjoyable. Gay Spanish dances and songs are learned. and the annual Mexican banquet is the outstanding feature of the program. The school has La Fraternidad to thank for its skilled presentation of the authentic Mexican dance given in our operetta. Club members carried on cor- respondence and made strong friendships with students in Spanish countries. They were especially fortunate to have this year an exchange teacher, Miss Maria Babin of Puerto Rico, who has greatly enhanced the popularity of the club and developed more fully its purpose. 3 'T -jf: jf . ' -I N-:iii-il' Nlzirii- l"4-llr, .lsului-N XVvst. vlgqi-lr .Xppli-gmt-, Vzili-rin Wim- ui:-r. llutli Ki-ily Ht:in1llni,:: Ili-lilriev XXu-inln-ry,:, liiil llaillus, llulmlil llinilmzxri-li, Enunnhvllv Lum, Grain- Tain- zi-llu, l':irnliln- 'l'itisln:in, !h-nrg'- 1-tt.- c':ir--w, Amtmiu Gt-rliilin, Illlilcu In-lhrllis, mmf-i-ttzi 11.in-1 Snxiv-six 0 f l Le Cerc e Francais 7 Prcsidtnt NANNETTE GREEN Vice Prcsiclent MERLE CLARK Secretary MARY JONES Treasurer JOHN SMITH AdVlSCr MISS VERNA Nl. REED First: Luvilli- Ilzizzirus, Ann Louise Milli-r, Elinor Williur, ltnszilis- Muns- lvzivk, Mzii'g'ue-r'itu Bzihr Sf-cond: Juno XYolf, Edith Houston. lfillvtte Lvhr, Eliznlu-tli Ili:-kerlzflliivd, Elizzilwtli Slzintz, Nunnette Green, lri-nv l"i':ink1'nrt 'l"liircl: Mildred Dowling, Ruth lfroy, Elizahetli Str-wurt, Nlairy Jones, Doris Serfas, Marion Stocker. Mary Jam- Snyder "Le Cercle Francais mercredif' French students know well that this is the announcement of the bimonthly meeting of the French Club. The club meetings this year were presided over by Nannette Green, the president, and programs were planned by George Osmun and his committee. During the year French plays were presented and petits discours about various French holidays and native life were given by members. Films of French peasant life in Brittany and various other topics were presented. The puppet shows were greatly enjoyed by everyone, and most of the members tried their skill as puppeteers. The main social event of the year was the Christmas party. French carols were sung, French customs discussed, French games played, and refreshments-French or not-enjoyed. 1953-se-it I-'irstz Eleanor Sm-zilorzi, Betty Brown, Miss Re-ml, llilffilllll' Mu- rzivzi. John Smith Sf-1-mul: lflmrlotte VVi-iss, Mairjorio Rau-hninn, Kathryn Pi-russn, George Osmun, Geraldine lioiinv, Bvtty Kieffer 0 Sixrv-ssveN Der Deutsc: e Verein President JULIUS SCHWlNlNlliR Vice President LUCIA Nl.XGlI.L Secretary-Treasurer M.-XY HEXTHORN Adviser Miss CoRDI61.1.x Plmizo Si-:in-il: Julius S1-liuiniun-i'. Nluy llt-iitliorn Slunillnprl l.uv'i:l Mui.:lll. llvlvn Plrllzirnlt, 1'li:ii'li-s llusi-ly. llnlwrt MlltvxiIwl'p.:1-l'. I lairold llullziuml Formed many years ago by students interested in the study of the German language and of old German customs, Der Deutsche Verein has become increas- ingly popular. Under the capable leadership of the president. Julius Schimmer. every meeting presented an entertaining as well as educational picture of German life. The annual Christmas party, which was held in the library, decorated ap- propriately for the occasion. was one of the most outstanding events of the club year. A putz had been erected under the tree trimmed with gilded walnuts. silver paper, and candy canes. Qld Christmas carols were sung auf deutsch, and the delicious refreshments served in the German style, of course, received more than their share of appreciation. Another meeting which was enjoyed particularly was the final one of the year, held in the form of a hike. The meetings of the club during the past school year term will long be remembered by those whose loyal and constant attendance have made Der Deutsche Verein a success. Hi-nit-tl: In-rnimf Roth, Mnriini Si-liiviin!iu'l', Fllizailn-th l'ux'is inn, Mairiini Stocks-r' Stznmliiigz llulu-rt S:-hniiilt, Mor- ris- Se-ipli-, Ili-lo-ii Km-lli-r, XX':iltvr lhnyil, Jnhii Kohl Sixrv-Elem 0 So alitas Latina COl"ISlllS' DOROTHT' STRAUP JOHN SMITH Sfflbi BETTY BROWN QllJt'iIL7f KATHLEEN BAUMEISTER Liclors ERNA ERIKSEN ROBERT YAHRAES Adviser MR. WlLl.lANl T. VJAGNER S4-sited: Elinor Klf-inhztns, Gloria Guru-ly, Juan Vlzirli. Kathryn Mumxnu Sw-nml: ln-roy Mohr. Xylljlillllll XV41lfln-mr, Je-un Munrlvll, Hn-rln-rt Kur- lzmsik. Nami-y Juni- Di-rr. M:xrg.:zu'vt Mivhli-r, l"r'zx11i-vs Mvtz. l'vggy Wvlizvllwrgur, Harriet Kethlislgxv, Us-4-ilv Xhunlring Thiril: lvnrnthy Ann Frs-ytzlg, Eliz:ilwtl1 HUUIIPU, lmrlvwttai l'i:mm'l, Fruua 1-wil .-X:-lwoycl, Huth Kern, l-Elinor' Li-wis. lrllln-I1 Maw Watt-rlm liurlcloy As the purpose of the Latin Club is better to acquaint its members with the habits and customs of the ancient Romans, the only qualifications for membership are two years' study of Latin and a genuine interest in it. A collece tion of articles concerning ancient Rome is kept on Hle and is available at any time. At the meeting of the club, held twice monthly, talks on Roman life and people are given by the members and Roman games are played. This year the scene of the annual club trip, eagerly awaited by the members, was New York. Here the club visited the Planetarium, the Metropolitan Museum, and Radio City Music Hall. The members also enjoyed seeing the play "The American Way" and taking a bus tour of the city. If the size of this club is any indication of its popularity, it can readily be seen that the Latin Club is one of the best- liked organizations in the school, Vlurlt, Anna Krunn-r, lm:-is Hurry lbrupi-r r, Louis Si-atm-ml: Roh:-rt Yuhrzu-s, John Smith. R4-tty Brown, Ernzx Ex-iksi-n Sw-rxml: Rc-tty lil.-tTvr, Hvtty Stewart, George Usmun, Eliza- lwth Rroml, Luv-in Mngill. Merle Sor- Vzxs, In-P 'l'lltlllllvSU!l, Marion Stm-lwr, Kathlvi-11 IX2lUIllQ'lSl0l", GI'!lf't' Tkllllellil, Mr. XX'z1g'm-r. 'Fhiz'rl: Hurt I.ir'l1ti-nwzslm-r, Mll- dred Dowling, R--ruif-v Roth. Lois XVoltingi-r, Nlllllll'lll' Green, Elinor XVilhur, May Ili-ntlmrn, 0 Slxrv-NINE l-'lrsli .Xi'll-iw llivrlmzili, Mui'1.fau':-l Unr- rln-rn-. Malrixzurvl Mzitvlivttr-, Mzirlnn Szuul, 1.1-olzi Lutz, Meirlon Snytlvr, livr- niamu lhmiln-nr, Marlon Johnson, Matr- jnlin- liuwlillizili Si-vminl Mzlry .lzinv Mir-llln-r, Re-tty llrulif-, Elinor KI:-inliuns, llc-It-li S1-llleitmli, .Inst-pliliiv Ln-sim, l'lizirlutte si.-im-1.-ri, llllizuln-tli liroziil, Pzitsy Hur:-, lfrzlln-4-ll Avkruyrl. lflclytliv We-:lu-r, Mr. lin-:uni lllllsl. lruru l3:1sp:ll'1-Hi, Arll-llv Brutal- inun. M Ifvtlv Gurrlmi, El:-amor Britton, Marion Stun-lu-r, ll:-lt-n l-Irlmnlt. Nliu-gzxrvt Ilzigw-l'rmili Ssvsmv 0 Girls' Glee Clu l-'irstz Jn-:in lVIiinmh-ll, Emlnu llussvll, lio- lrum-vai Yairnl, Juni- llilUSlll1lll, Emily Louise- Wm-llrlv. l'v1,:t:y Wviizt-lliur-uw-i'. Hrn-tn lVlurx'is, Jilllvf In-hr. Jzlnv Gros Qw-uml: lvlzlrgswvt Mlvhler, Virginia Vul- pi-pywx: llutli Klm-inhuiis, Lui-illv Die-hl. Nom Aim-s. lilimlai llaxrriixiaxii. live 'l'lmmpsun, Evvlyii Taylor, Minn 14:1- l4't-vw. Vzirolyu Tinsmuu 'I'liiril: liuriu Mzigill. Eli-zinnr liult-slitzt, lflureiim- ll'lluyx'n-th-i's, Giuivi- 'l':tn- zi-llu, Ad--lyu Fm-ytup:, Anguli-:ri King, Vriiiliiv lllvkvr, lliairgurvt Eisi-nlicirslt, Jvuiiii- llul-lc, Mr. Ronin i Director MR. JAMES B. BEAM To this group of vocal students can be attributed much of the beauty of our musical programs. The group is directed by Mr. Beam and participates in all our musical productions. Every Tuesday in the auditorium the girls can be found industriously studying different selections. Their performance in the operetta was certainly worth the effort necessary to produce such results. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB REPERTOIRE CALM AS THE NIGHT BOl'lm NEAREST AND DEAREST Caracciolo PIRATE DREAMS Hurter :irgurvt Maury lim-hlir-k, Vlizur- I . ln -In, ,www -eg., ' Boys' Glee Clu Director MR. JAMES B. BEAM Like the Girls' Glee Club, this musical organization has proved itself to be indispensable. Directed by Mr. Beam during their practice period each Monday and working in harmony with the Girls' Cilee Club, they participate in our Christmas Program, Operetta, Commencement Exercises, the May Music Festival, and in many other presentations. Training and constant practice have accom- plished a brilliant result--that of a well organized, capable group. BOYS' GLEE CLUB REPERTOIRE AURA LEE Poulton PASSING BY Purcell WINTER SONG Bullard LOG ON THE FIRE Fishburn SAILING Marks MIXED GLEE CLUB REPERTOIRE THE LOST CHORD Sullivan RECESSIONAL De Koven FINLANDIA Sibelius SLEEPERS WAKE Bach THE KERRY DANCE Mallory First: Bob Str-:Alu-l, Bob Hager, Frank Johnson, .Im-lc Frave, Sylvester Drey, John IJVOIIP, Junws Behringer, Nevin Si-ip, Edwzu-il Sr-hllling, Guy Case, Bob Gross, HOI':u'e Apgar St-vond: Donald VVultm-r, Jay Gruver, Jann-s XV1-st, XVilli:Im Clan-k, Renton Ist-thInzIIm, l'lzIrlI Apple-gate-, .Ianni-s Hurli-y, Erm-Nt Ifritzu, f'l'lZl!'lPS XVnid- Iun-vlit. llm'II:II'd Blnvk, George Simons, Putty Fortixxo, Mr. Bezun. Third: William Mm-Luuprhlin, Raffnele MuI':Ir':I. Josvpli .-xL'liUI'lTllill, Dan IM-Iirlu-I-I, Norrnnn XVollJac11, Thomas bvilkiihll, Ilivk Johnson, Hur! Lichten- wnlm-I'. Din-k VVzu-I', Jzu-k Kist, Pal- mer Kliic-ke-I'bovlieI', Robert Schmidt, llzlruld Iflvnlls 0 Ssvsmv-oNf The Ban The Band in their brilliant red and white uniforms played at all the football games. They marched down the field, rain or shine. making designs and letters and spelling out "Hello" to the opponents. They also furnished music for the basketball games. During Music Week, the band took part in the program at the Easton High School. The band also played on Armistice Day. Memorial Day. Window Shopping Night, at the dedica- tion of the plaque at Center Square. and at many other civic affairs. The band is under the direc- tion of Mr. Walter C. Renkwitz and practices every day in the girls' gym. lvlIiE4"1'Uli Mr. Wnltvr V. lim-nkwltz lPIll'M MAJUKS Jus:-pli 4':ls1l'ilmx':1 llulu-rf Hull! 1'HI.Ull4ll'.Xiil1 4':ul'.'in l,nl4's-vi'i- .lnhn Iirlll-:iln-1' iloln-rr l"l'1llS-'llvl' lil:-lunrfl Ilnsln-t lmhclld XYHII1-I' 1.1 . Srvsmv-two 9 nk -se. 'V' I'l1 '1 'OLOS Jaunt-s Iii:-1-i Sum Uzilw-ru FLUTES Mau-ion Stu:-kt-r El izzilwth 4'ux'istun Glwlm- '1':mzf'Ilzi I'l..-XHINETS Uvrlii:-v Ilnth Que-min Fruit: Paul Miller llvlvni- Koh:-rts Harold Rohn Nutzlln- Bm'1'0dz1I'0 Rue-:st-ll Grin-ff lNI:u'gul'vt Miller Ruth Shullvy Hope- Johnson N1-lsnn xvillhlll Jann-s Hurley Edwzlrcl llour-li Luis SK'h0l'Illll'I'gl'l' Hi-len l.s-win HORNS Brut-v Finrilvy Ellwurul Roberson Sum Aim-llu l"l'2lllk Swain liussull Hahn Furl llc-mpe BASS VI..-XlllNE'l' Just-ph 1'ztst1'iimx':1 S.XXOl'llONES XY:xrr0n Ovorlmlt Louis Burltlvy Fw-dm'ivlr Tim- Jnsf-ph Sirinnni Put Hlnsvo Sum Kutz Dorothy Sand! Jzinivs Martin VURNETS and '1'lll'M PETS Jzunes West Stanley Nvpzx Ja:-k Uhr-istrnnn Marry Lzwhnmn Curl Pe-triguzml Frank Pnluso Imrrrlilw Kunkel Mil-hm-I Mzunvrlvh Rnlwrt xvillttjll 1'lmrl4-s S4-llzwffvr Dorothy Meyers Eurl Arnold Marion Fit-Iris Tlmnms Shannon Ruln-rt Burr-lziy Allen Thomas Hnrry Stnuffm- Sum Hs-it XVilsnn Moyer Len G1-noa H.-X HITONES ll.-rlwrt Wyiim- Morris Findls-y Margaret Mutvhvttw- 'Flmnms W:xrni-r TRUM BONES H zirry Gf-rliairalr John XVn-rklii-isvr Georgv XY--:it ht-rfoi'4l Eclwfirtl Illzic-kmun H A SSHS Rin-hair-l Vnrvy Rolwrl Stv:'lh'1 Horau-0 Amznr HOILPTI Mill4'r Ilnhr-rt Hush Ray Fist-Iwi' PI-I 'U 'VSSION IVVOIIEIIKI H inrlm.xr:-h Julnes Gatftm-y Phurlt-s Buono NViIlinm Se-ltzvr Frunlr Littln Srtlvntor Patti Dousrizts Miller YVilli:m1 Sr-hlnstine El:-mini' Ki-lm Rolu-rt Hunt Nuzzzu-ina Conti Jr The Orc estra The entrance of forty- eight girls and boys into the auditorium a few min- utes before all our major performances has become a familiar and welcome sight to all of us. Led by its skillful, talented conduc- tor, Mr. Walter C. Renk- witz, it has proved a suita- ble background of har- mony for our assemblies, the Senior Play, the Oper- etta, and the Commence- ment Exercises. DIRECTOR Mr. Xl':nlts-r U. Renkwitz UONUERT MASTER Tlininns Vl':irne-r VIOLINS Tlinlnns NVarni-r A lb:-rt Rymond Edith Houston Marion Johnson Alford Hazzard George XV:-atherford Albert Simanas Virginia VVolt'berg Grave Arnold REPERTOIRE Unfmished Symphony Fifth Symphony QFirst Movelnenth Prelude, Choral, and Fugue The Magic Flute Berceuse Andante Cantabile Blue Danube Nvaltz In a Persian Market Franz Schubert L. Beethoven Bach-Abert NVolfgnng Mozart Armas Jnrnefelt P. Tsrhalkowsky Johann Strauss Albert NV. Ketelhey Three Dam-es 1Morris Dance, She-pherd's Dance, Torch Fanrcj Edward German University fGrand Marr-hj The Student Prim-e Hail, America! My Maryland whn Spadaro BASSES E. T. Goldman Sigmund Romberg George Drumm Sigmund Rombi-rg HORNS Roland Messinger Raymond Dcnsler Bernard Rosenfleld VIOLAS Anthony Kult-hyvhl Patty Ifortino .Ianni-s llvardon FELLOS f'harlotti- Altemose Ruth Warner Re-ha Fulme-r Eliznlwth XVir9'naCk Betty Erliardt Rivhard Carey Robert Rush Horace Apgar FLUTES Marion Stocker Gr-are Tzinzella VLARINETS Rei-nive Roth Hope Johnson SAXOPIIONES Louis Burkley Dorothy Saindt Brut-in Findlay Carl Ha-inlne Sain Air-llo TRUMPETS Julius Svlnvinnner Lorraine Kunk:-l I.:iwrn-nvv Star-khouse Hurry Stauffer XX'ilson Moyer 'DRUM BONE Edward Rlnrknlzul BARITONE Morris Flndley PERPUSSION Donald H lnclnmrch She-rniun Ames Frank Little Thomas Bonsteln PIANISTS Marjorie Boyle Ellen Mziv XVzit4-irhor 0 SEVENTV-mln Ssveruv-Foura 0 Si-nt:-cl. lf:-:inli Johnson, Norm Ann-s, I4'lurn-li:-v ll'IIllyvvttvl's, Hur! Livhtwu- xxnlmfig 1'zu'oli1n- 'Finsniain Stziiimliligz XVillizim Vlairk. Greta Morris. Ju--lt lf:-:ii-u, Juni-t lwhr, Vhrirles lizisv- ly, llhmlal lI:u'i'im:in. Ilulwrt. Stu-elim-l. .Iuhn l,1-nm' .SL My Marylan Director of Production MR. JAMES B. BEAM Dramatic Coach Miss MARY CLINE Instrumental Music MR. WALTER C. RENKWITZ Stage Setting Miss EDITH STURTEVANT This year the Mixed Cilee Clubs of Easton High School presented the colorful operetta "My Maryland" by Sigmund Romberg. The principal parts were taken by Janet Lehr, Charles Rasely, Greta Morris, Rhoda Harriman, Nora Ames, and Hart Lichtenwalner. The plot concerns a young Southern belle who during the Civil War fell in love with a captain of the Northern army. Naturally, her father. an ardent supporter of the South, objected violently when the hated Northerner asked for his daughters hand in marriage. From this point on, excitement and complica- tions arise, leading to a thrilling climax. Lovely costumes and graceful scenery gave color and charm to the produc- tion. Various dances-several brought directly from South America by Miss Melva Kuntz, a former member of our faculty. and a lovely ballet directed by Eleanor Britton-were thoroughly enjoyed. Credit for excellent theatrical and musical direction goes to Miss Cline and Mr. Beam respectively. who helped to make the operetta one of the best ever produced here. , J The Cast Barbara Frietchie Janet Lehr Captain Trumbull Charles Rasely Jack Negley Jack Frace Sally Negley Greta Morris Sue Royce Nora Ames Laura Royce Rhoda Harriman Ann Royce Caroline Tinsman Dr. Hal Boyd Robert Steckel Edgar Strong William Clark Colonel Negley Robert Schmidt Mr. Frietchie Sylvester Drey Zeke Bramble Hart Lichtenwalner Mrs. Hunter Margaret Eisenhardt Arthur Frietchie Frank Johnson Mammy Lou Florence D'Huyvetters Fred Gelwex Renton Bethman Tim Greene Harold Evans Captain Perkins John Leone General Stonewall Jackson Palmer Knickerbocker THE MOCKING BIRD me 'r ig f T A-an - lf'l0r'vllr'v ll'l'Iuyx'4-ltr-rs, Nora Ami-S. Hllmlal Hu Morris MY MARYLAND STAGE SET Mary Jones Thomas Toohey David Golub Nancy Shillinger Howard Haas Virginia Wagner STAGE MANAGERS AN Quentin Craig George Libby Vtfarren Overholt Nelson Walsh Wilbur Shively Alex Vargo Robert Wasser Jack Price BUSINESS MANAGERS Merle Brotzman John Enea Bruce Wilson Joyce Hyde PUBLICITY MANAGERS Evelyn Brassaw William Morrow PROPERTY MfXNAGERS Kitty Rickey Jessie Pickel Ruth Stocker Russell Matthews Dorothy Meyers Irene Bottos Anna Allen Joyce Geiger Betty Becker i'i'im:m, fll't'T2l D ELECTRIC! ANS 0 Ssvrurv-sive Physics Clu lJI'CSlClvl'lI ROBERT Sffllhllllli Vice President JAMFS l,AROS Secretary-'lreasurer HOWARD HANK5 AdViSei' lVlR, HURl.l5Y O. l7.X'Ii'l'l5RS0N Ni l':nxl1'rsvm. Ilzii-I I.i--lil.-vmnlii--i-, ll:-uaurnl Ilaniiks, .Xltw Koji. .lm-lt Ikryztiit, Morrit- 1l lnitit N limlclt lulnit NX ill ll lttliiitl XX ni lllxilf XX llllttlil 51-I I4'. 1 Ilzilwilnl Ili I" .W 4 , ll-' ': H, I":' ':-', ':'as 'viii " , llzilitl All the boys interested in physics have joined this club and have cooperated to make it one ot' the most active of the school. The meetings, held every two weeks, have covered a variety of interesting subjects. Several members spoke interestingly on such topics as model aviation, radio, model railroad- ing. viscosity of liquids, and polarization. A trip was made to the Gilbert Power Station, Holland. New Jersey, where modern methods of generating electricity were observed. The club program included also several speakers: Professor Reaser of Lafayette College, who lectured on "Power and Fuel" and Mr. Paul Miller of Belfast. Pennsylvania, who demonstrated "Remote Control in Radio." First 1:4-xt All l'nti4-1-sim. llnyimiiitl ln'- liiiuiwiiml, 1 lmrlt-s XX--tulltlit-4-lit, .Initi--5 I-iiiis XY.il'i'--ii Iluunt. Ili-In-rt S:-liniitlt. Mun rli- S4-iplv A4-.V--intl Iwi..-1-t 14--nm-r. llumltl Ilnllniul. Ihiln-rt XX':ilti-ii. llii-hurfl XVm-i'. llnri Iii. lilt-iii Sevnruv-six 0 x ailtivl' Chemistry Clu President VICTOR DARNELL Vice President RICHARD WALER Secretary NORA AMES Treasurer WILLIAM MCLAUGHLIN , f Adviser MR. AELFRIC JAMES, SR. g g To technlcally-minded individuals and to those who merely "dabble" in fig: the science, this is a favorite club. It is certainly one of the most novel as well W as one of the most practical. Every meeting, held on the first and third Thursf days of each month. was entertainingly different. Many unusual experiments were conducted by the members who enjoyed doing something out of the ordi- nary. The club also enjoyed visiting the City Water Works, where the complete process of Water purification was demonstrated: the Alpha Portland Cement Company: the Gilbert Power Plant: and the Reigel Manufacturing Company, where they saw the manufacture of paper from pulp and the cutting, packing, and shipping departments. S1-:ite-ml: llul'f':u-lv Murzlvu, f'h2u'lottv Al- ii-nmsi-, I-Ilizuln-ih llrund, Audrey Mi-- Vlllslu-y 5YIlllliill,L1'1 Lui-illv Blau-lunnn, .-Kumi. Al- lvll, l'lui'ks- .-Xliplvgsxts-, livin-iwzt Yard, Yiwtur lmrlle-ll Si-ziln-ml: Ili:-llurnl XVz1vr, Vivtor Dnrlln-ll, lluln-rt .Inuit-H. Iiolu-rt Mm'C:1rt, Donald I I imlnmri-I1 Stzinmliug: 1'lmrln-s Hersh-r, Raymond I M-lluyluulni. I"1':i1n'i-s I Puylv. Lvo Thompson, Norm Ames, Clztrke Apple- xruti-, I-Ilizuhr-th Dim-lcenshled, Peggy 'I'urx14-r, G11-ri-limi Ii-hli-1, Mr, Jzlmi-S 0 SEVENTY-SEVEN l ' Mathematics Club President JOHN Vv'IRliI5MilI Vice President DONALD CLEMENTA SCCFCIJYY DOROTHY PARK ,INICJSLIFCT lll,l.SWOR'l'H Dliliullill Adviser MR, CHARLES SANIWVICK Svutvilz liclwurtl Suhr sxs- dvr, Virginian Wull'Iu'rp.:, John XViri-burli, Dorothy l':xrr, lilllsxxnrtli IM-vnu-r St-voml: Mivht-linzi Curtl, Jzieqtieliile Stout, Elizzslwtlx XYirr-llzxull, Grvtai Mol'- !'iS. Ili-rlwrt Litwaik. Hvrnalrzl Rosen- t'i-lsl. .Janet lbonm-lly. Hu-lyn Mzirrzx 1 'Pliireli lli-nry Catplln, Lztwri-new Mzlrrn, l 1':n'l lI+-mlm, Mr. Snndwiek, Alford lluzzairml, lflrlwzxrml Sr-liilling, Jr-:tin-mtv liuntm-r, Mary Lau-limain, lhurntliy lions:-r This is the first club of its kind to be formed in Easton High School. It is composed of students who are interested in the science of mathematics and who desire to learn more of it. Meetings are held twice a month with the club adviser. Mr, Sandwick. During the meetings intricate problems are discussed by the members and various mathematical games are enjoyed. as Red and White Si-liiors I-'ri-clrivn Rm-lnm-I lrt-nv l"r:inliI'ort llurnlxl Ilullanml Edith llollstim lmnailrl llimlnmrvh Mzlry Julius Maury Jann- Mia-hlvr Adi-lyn lfrvylng Juniors Gi-m'gi-ttn l':li'i-xx' Mnrh- 1'ri-vvling Milalrml Ilmiling Framvi-s lmylu ltuth Kimlt Iii-H5 Murllll I'llm-allinr S1-ziluiui Mary Juni- Snyder lim- 'Flioiripsnli Yzxlt-rin Wiullni-1' Busiln-:ss Izmir-11 lluris Si-rfus 'l1llt'I't'SIl Mazza 1N1ui'g:in-t Wester 2 Jztm- Allin-rt Betty Kieffer lflrsl lion: Maury .lunv Slxyulm-r. Iivtty Martin. liltllth llrxltstun, Allvlyn l"l'i-ytuix, Amlvisvrs I-'rn-clri-4:1 lim-lllln-1' llr. M. li, lloxu- S----iin1I1 l.i--- 'l'limn1-sun. i-'rziluvvs Imyli-. llaurulml llollzuitl, Donald 1lllldlll1ll'1'l'l, MVS- E- M, lll'UI'5' 1-Iliimr Willrur, liuth Kimlt. llr. lluwi-, Mary Jann- Mis-hler, In-ne Frankfort Everyone is familiar with the Red and Whiite. lt is that small magazine, attractively bound. containing poems. essays, and short stories written by the students, which is issued each spring. The editorial staff has been extremely busy reading material written by the pupils and selecting only the best. This year's Red and While will not be forgotten-it is something to be kept and to be enjoyed. Szvenvv-Elem 0 Arts and Craft Club President THOMAS TOOHEY Vice President GUY CASIQ Secretary ESTHIER GRANDA Treasurer LEONA WllI1'EHEAD Advistr Miss MARGARLQT IME1. First: .lunies Kiumlt. l-lstlivr' flrwuirll tli'vi.i Nlnrii Mary June Mivlili-V, Sum Szrlx'i'r'o Si-1-on-'iz l.t-unix XVliite-ln-acl. Imvid Golub. Ali--v Mug' I-Jivhlin, Thumzns Tooht-y, Guy l':isu-. MA-- lss lm:-l The Arts and Craft Club has been unusually active this year. Leather craft, sketching, and decorations have been included in their work. In the beginning of the year, members of the club sold candy at the main entrance of the school. Every meeting was thoroughly enjoyed. especially the last-a doggie roast and sketching party, held in the country. Nature Club T l5l'CSlLlLl'1l RAl5l5Alfl,E lVlURAff.X Vice President ROBERT LYONS Secretary' RUTH SllOl.l.EY TrCASl1YCr HERBERT KURLANSIK Adviser MR. ALBERT ERB Lott In riuht' li:il'tzu-lv Alur: ii-:n , 'l'vll l'4-ti-r-son. 11'l'. lI01'lr1-rt f Kinase. IM-r'1l.rr'1i lilzivli. lW:il'3.:'zu'i-I NWS- ':iplln, Mr. Erh, Itoln-rt liyrms. ll:-r'l-1-rt lritwzilc, lluth Shullvy vert K urlzu nsi lt. 1-Iugvria The Nature Club under the leadership of Mr. Erb held its meetings everv Tuesday afternoon. Each meeting was interesting because of its practical rela- tion to everyday life. Hikes were enjoyed and tours of inspection taken whenever the weather permitted. Field trips proved especially interesting and many specimens were collected. Some meetings were devoted to the dissection of animals: others, to biological games. During the year the club visited the Easton Laboratories, Where chemical tests for bacteria were shown, and other places of similar nature. Probably the high spots of the program, however, were the club broadcasts over W-E-S-T. 0 Ssveurv-NINE I unto Editor Betty Slantz Assistant Editor Elinor Wilbur Business Manager John Smith Asst, Business Manager James l-lemstreet George Osmun Nora Ames Associate Editors Kathleen Baumeister Merle Clark Marie Eehr Nannette Green Alex Koji Adelyne Ereytag Typistg Eleanor Niper Naomi Vivian Photographer David Green Adviser Miss Phyllis Gregory Q .Xt rli-sk' llwlty Slilllll lllkllltlllll' M iss Hr.-i4iii'3, Mztrii- l"a-hr, All-x Koji, 1 IL U IH 1 Kutlili-vii Ilnlltii lst:-i, M'-rw 4 l.ii'li First: .Mlr-lytlv l1'rn-ying, Nurs: .'Xlht'S Si-vfmtlz John Smith. lililmr' XYillvur', Nnlirlvtlu- lil i-11, Jurnvs II ni tl t I' N 'l'l' Ever-nv U Much of the students' information about club activities and sports is given to them by the Junto, the school paper. written and printed by Easton High School pupils. The Junto staff, composed of those seniors who are selected to take English V. work diligently every seventh period. gathering information and news and writing features so that the Junto may be published regular- ly every Thursday. This year the students enjoyed the Junto more than ever, especial- ly the Who's XVho and the lVhat We Think columns and, Oh yes. the Farcial Facts. Undoubtedly everyone will be sorry to lose Sammy and his well-known yellow tie, in Si-utr-cl: Mary Hl'llfll0l'll, Jann-s NVQ-st, Hi-tty Jzun- lf'ur'rvst1-r, Hurt Livhten- we-lin-1, llurmlly Str-null, Angvlii-ai King Stztmling: linsnlii- Mzuislmai-k, Julius Seliwinmmr, I11'lt'll Janos, Francis Mui-lclili, Kiitlli-yn lloylam, Marian Klilnmsky It is no easy task, year after year, to select for the year book a theme which will be original and well-liked by every student. Early in the fall the Rechauffe Staff was confronted with this problem, and finallv after much discussion and many arguments, the subject of astrology was chosen. There were other problems which needed im- mediate solutions-the style of printing, design of binding, size of cuts. and many other small but important details which needed to be planned. The business staff launched a campaign in which every staff member participated. Representatives visit- ed each homeroom for several weeks, solicit- ing subscriptions. The art editors super- vised the pictures of the sophomore and junior classes as well as those of the nu- merous clubs. With the help of the exten- sive questionnaire issued to each senior, the staff members concentrated on the senior and the club write-ups, a diflicult task. With its varied contents and innova- tions. this year's Rechauffe presents a credi- table record of events each student will long remember. Reichauiio Editor Business Manager Editorial Board Business Staff Art Typists Adviser Hart Lichtenwalner Victor Darnell Julius Schwimmer May Henthorn Angelica King Betty Jane Forrester Helen Janos James West Francis Mucklin Kathryn Boylan Dorothy Straup Marion Klibansky Rosalie Mansback Herbert Cohen Ruth Kelly Thomas Toohey Nancy Shillinger Irene Petruska Mary Maragulia Miss Frances Storrs Swat:-il: Mlss St E l t ' orrs, Thomas Tuohe-y, In-ne P4-truskai, Victor Darnell, Nanny Shillingvr zmdingz liuth Kelly, Herbert Polic-ix. Mary Mzxrnzulizi ll' 0 Euemv-our Dewe Decima Club l,l'L'SlLlL'I1l l,ll,l.l.XN fllilllili View llresiclenl MAI: l'II'llMAN Secretary MARY ANN Mwllll iliI'C.lSlIfl'l' l3RANClES S'l'l5iiKl l, Adviser Miss l.YDI.N Maul-li This is one of the oldest and one of the most popular organizations in the school. It is com- posed of students who are interested in library work and who are willing to devote their time during school hours and after school as well in assisting the librarian. Their duties consist of checking and mending books, filing cards, super- vising the arrangement of the books on the shelves according to the Dewey Decimal system. and keeping the library orderly and neat at all times. Although they find it necessary to work diligently during their assigned library periods, they find time to relax during their meetings which are held on alternate Thursdays. This year they visited the Phillipsburg High School Library and also entertained the Phillipsburg Club in our school library, They heard several guest speakers, among whom were Miss Magee and Miss Frankenfield. At Thanksgiving and Christmas. delightful parties were held. The principal event of the year was the Hnal meeting at which gifts were presented to Miss Magee. the adviser, and to each senior. S.-1-mul: Mum .Xml Mohr. .Xlii-v Manx Hit-hlln, Nun'-y Shillinzr-r, Miss N 15:01-. "l'll1-v'4's:l Mazza Eromv-rwo 0 l"ir.sl: Illzirp Iialvllllixul. lllllll l'ivhl, Mug' 1'l1:1nillvr. .Iusl-lwlilliv In-sltn, Xlulil llziulv, Helly Kivlfi-r' S1-tmril' Maury l,nl'r'vsIu. In-11:1 l'r'is:il'ulll, Maxrinu o St-nf-li-'rg Iluris Ss-rfus. llvltii- .Xsh ou, lllzxrguri-L Mir-ltli-r, tilmtlrlini- ltr-mu-, li'l..r.n .li-in-s 'l'liii'il: Alu-rzn 'l'um.ulrm. ln-luv I-'r-zxtildiiii, ldillmz- llussi-ll, l"l'.wlrii:l llmflirlur, Mary .lsxuv Ml:-lull-t', .I--.nn Msiinli-ll, Munir- lie-rlli-ru. It--fly Ilivlialrils M ,uw 1' .,:'.,.-1 4. +,.,4, "1 . .-- , ,, X , ' mm, '41,--. , , . H n w u , ,, .t ., .,., V ' .V J - . .w , :. 1, ,l H, I- !! H I In , Qu! ' I ,, 'TV ' "T an , S, 1-W. l c- A Y f ' " ,f fin ' A Y yi w u H , if A K 1 v HJ. V x 4 , . . ' Q I r p . .sg 'EQ , , ,fm UL.-' ,-'ig -.-1 .unc - ' W'g?u-44+ f V, ,, V..-Q. ,:f4I,.u ,135- K fa ,.'A:l...j ,I ,. Log,- .: -4.-. 1 -'-- ' 1' A ,f n"HHL -UT Nf, N 5: , A, I fi' " ' .-" .".N!:2 ', ,.-' ' - U ,A . , . ' .. Q., 4, -H, 1, . ., - .. .nf , rs q.,..w,,. Q- , ..H..'-,-1-QM. .I . Lb -1 V , V v, . l.f 0.,-+,n., ,Z1,1:.k 'f fn fm " ' - fur- .. .' V 1 V 5 ,,. Vi. ,P-. -n H ,,.,,,-1, .V ,, ..-J' .gif-. ,, gf . fA,-,,55,,-,-- fx 1 - 1 - .- - . '-:. . , - Q. . .... 4-f -, H ,-Imax -1 1 - ': ' 1 H ,- , ,., , -X ,T -5, .,,..,.g- 1 V !I,.,',.13av+,-1'-,-,W .N . ,455-, 4 , , 1 w , , 4 sl: .1 . . .-1:43, wfam g g,.,g,.g.q: 5 ' ' Chess Club Im-sititm Al,l5liR'l' MAR.-X'1'IiN.X5L Secretary-Treasurer JULIUS SCHWIMMl-.li ,xeit-iw Miss I1R.xNci3s sioiuas The Chess Club is one of the most intellectual organizations of Easton High School. Composed of members who are learning to play chess or al- ready have learned, the club holds its meetings every Thursday. Throughout the year competition among the mem- bers was keen and enthusiasm ran high. Matches were played against the Phil- lipsburg. Hackettstown, High Bridge, and Vfilson teams, This year the club subscribed to a chess magazine which proved of great value to its individual members. The club members can always remember with pleasure and gratitude their meet- ings. for they have learned one profita- ble way in which to spend their leisure time. Si-:tri-ii: Mrtrifm Nil .'-luiliinii-r, ,Xllwrt Mzikziti-Inns. XYrirr1-11 llzigul, John Tv-l'IvHki Qtnmling: lh-n Dungzin. Bi-rnnril lilnf-lt, llnrry Ilrnli--r. lhinruii llvinil. Hurt Im-litviiwaltiei-. Julius Fi'l1Vl'illll'll'I'. M-ss Sinn-s Si-:lie-l Illlill Ivivlil. I"l::yw-lii-- IVlIl1yxifiIi-is, .lstmw tlztliflit-5, Fill Irzlllzxs. Mum XX:iist.ii Nmnillne lvl' lluxi--, Jnm- l'lli:1, lflllllj Kin-lit-r. l'IllSj' llzirv, 'I'hl-ri-sri Yzii-mtv, Mill'- 4:41-it Ilqq--tilt. .Init-4' XYirlI'i-. Alnrinn Siiytlt-r. Juni- Wnllk-, .lt-univ lftui-lt, Mui'- earw-i Milli-r. 'l'ln-Inizi Slmllt-y. Nui-mnn Ili-it-fr Slillhllllyl Imrolliy Ili'-txt-I. Naomi livurllt. John K: St-nt'-tl: Mui-,ini-it' Iinihninn, Him-lln Nnuv. liilimilwtli Ilaxniltill, lluru .Xtnlrt-5' lX1t-Vlilsltwy K' itz. Ili-Vllzllwl ltosi-lilii-lil llnin-rt Sit---In-I, Imrntlmy Inittiu. Tlmmns Wilsim, NHFIIIZX Yun Iwi-en, .Inuit-s llurli-y. XX':ilti-i' Iiugil. lim-lyli l+'rlvilx1i:ui1, Hi-livin Si-lluvi, Yi1',:i11i:t lluggi-iw Motion Picture Club President JAMIES GMI-NliY Vice President lil.OKl1Nffli ID'HUYVlf'l'l'l'RS Secretary lfllfl I,AI,l..Xs Adviser DR. M. l., Howi- Another new club and a com- pletely different one at lastf Composed of students who de- sire to give their fellow pupils a better opportunity of seeing really worthwhile pictures. it is certainly a welcome innovation. The club has received the co- operation of the local theatres and a special price is now avail- able to students. Nearly every Thursday, permit slips have been issued by all English teach- ers who voluntarily support Dr. Howe, the club adviser. The members have selected such pic- tures as they know the students will enjoy. Old pictures have been repeated on request, and opportunity has been given for students to see movies of edu- cational value at a comparatively low price. ' EIQHN-muse i lunior-Senior Hi-Y Club President CHARLES BROWNMll.l.lili Vice President GEORGE l'l'l"I'l5NilliR Secretary JOHN SMITII Treasurer Wll.l,IANl CL'l l'lil,I'liR Adviser MR. Roi' S'li.XN'l'ON slajxlulgs lfii-st: .Inuit-s Ili-iiistiw-vt. John Smith, l'h:ii'l1-s Ilrivwii- mill'-i-, 1:...ii-en l'iti.-ng. r, Williaim Culpepper Sw-uliilt William llivlii-V, .Izumi-s Intros, Iliiliziril Viirvy, Iriinzilil llilni- iii:irf-li. Jnlii' Ki-ek. Munir- Siilil--, llolu-rt lh-tts, .Xrlinglmili Smi--lil-' 'I'liii'rl' Nh' Sluiiiun, lluw:ir'ml llriiiks, .lain-lt liryuut, lil--lmril llzxslvl, .lm-ls Ilrlllwiltn-r, Moiilzitlie- G1-is--i, liulu-rt llaigvr Imiiiwli: Yi-'lm' lmrnvll, It--iitim I-1-tliiiiniiii The l-lifY Club is one of the most important organizations in the school. Since each member is voted in. membership in this group is considered an honor. The purpose of the club is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian living and to uphold the ideals ol' clean sports, clean speech, clean scholarship, and clean living. The students are all familiar with the Hi-Y campaigns and will remember this year's especially one, the "Go to Church" campaign. The club itself attended various Easton churches in a body and urged others to attend also. Basketball games, Bible Study discussions. and Father and Son gatherings constituted part of the many activities of their meetings. One of the most beautiful dances of the year was given by the Hi-Y in the high school gymnasium. .loint meetings were held with the Wilson Borough and the Phillipsburg HilY Clubs and also with the Junior-Senior Girl Reserves. successful y C jiffii., 0 WW .IVNIUILS I-'irsli l'l.iuiln- lniros, Robert McC:1rt. llowurd Jmngs, llzxviil I.ipliii1i-uti, llulwrt Mi'Gull'-J S:-1-mul: llnln-rt Stl-1-In-l, William Mairkli-y. Charles llutv, Ili:-hurt! .lnlinsmn Vzissllly Hamlin-ll, llulu-rt lN1ills'iilwrgn-r, liaisll Mi-Failn-, XN'illinIn .Xlimli-rsriii. 'l'livnilou- l'4-ti-rmiri Eisuivfroun 0 ...J ,ix..,,,,.,,, Sop omore Hi-Y Club Presidenf RICHARD ASHTON Vice President lfARl. IlIRllQ Secretary ROlSliR'l' MOORE 'l'l'L'.lSLII'ti DON.'Xl.D Cl.ENll5N'l'S Adviser MR. ELTON E. STONE First: Jus:-pl! Uzxslrinoizl, .Iuhii Hvrgwliull, Iliwhzlril Aslitinl. llulii-rl Monro. Slit-rmun Ames S+-woml: XYilliaim Mull:-ii, Spf-rm Htuintis, XY:illa-r Tinilzill, lioht-rl Vzitlii-ig Xvilllillll Sultzvr, Gr-ni-go Mivliolixlqzis, I-Idwuril Shilling, llurolrl llohn, XYillium XVr'Sli-y Third: Mr. Stunt-, llollisti-r Rui-li, Hilylllllllll l-'islii-r, llnr.ii-i- Apgar. iQeni'r.r1- Ali-xumlir, Hurry Stziul'l'i-r, Frzink Pump, I"l:xvir1u Fur- tizm. John Vpcli-p,:rr1x'v, Vlizirles Eivlirtiziri, l'hi-st:-r Ptnk The Sophomore Hi-Y Club was formed just this year and already has met with great success. Its purpose is the same as that of the Junior-Senior Hi-Y Club, namely to create, maintain. and extend throughout the school and the community high standards of Christian living and to promote clean speech, clean sports, clean scholarship, and clean living. The club cooperated with the Junior-Senior Hi-Y Club. helping it to carry out its "Go to Church" campaign. The members participated in various athletic contests and in Bible studies and discussions at their meetings. The Red Jackets, the new cheering section, was also sponsored by this group. F,,g,,, at L A I W3 Ss-mul: Hnwzirfl Buss, Earl Ihrie, Morris lfinilli-y Stuiirliiig: Angelo l"1'l'!l2lll0. Thomas Holden, Holi Hunt. George NVQ-.iIlwi'1'ni'il. Bull Gross, Anthony Ruggli-rn 0 Enemy-sive Junior-Senior Glir Reserves lJrCSiCll'r'1l KA'l'Hl.liEN BAUMIQISTIQR Vice President MARY JONES Secretary IRENIE KUPIER Yreasurer EUZANOR BALIESIITA Adviser MISS VIZRNA M. RIEIZD The Junior-Senior Girl Reserve Club is well-known in the school. It is a branch of the Y. W. C. A., and is directly controlled by this organization. Its regular meetings, held each Tuesday, are always well-attended, for this club is probably the largest in Easton High School. Thi.s year the theme of the meet' ings was "Living Together and Liking It": many guest speakers spoke entertain- ingly on different phases of this subject. The useful projects of the club were many. Baskets were delivered to needy families at Thanksgiving, candy stock- ings were filled for the Santa Claus Exchange, an Easter party was given for children, and the high school was decorated for Christmas. Again this year the familiar after-school dances were sponsored by the Girl Reserves and enjoyed by everyone. Girl Reserve dances were held, as were also a Mother-Daughter Banquet, a Bundle Tea. Conferences, and a week-end party at Waurenga Lodge. COMMl'liil'lil: CHAIRMEN WI' Program Devotional Music A rl Publicity lfinance Social Social Service Council Member Elsa-nv-six 0 Ann louise Miller Marv XVatson Grac: Taniella Nancy Shillinger Dorothy Slraup Bernice Roth Marjory Boyle Marguerite Bahr llclilli Houston H itvll: Plilirh Ilnustun, Elmiimr Bail--slitzi, Miss Ili-i-tl, Kaithli-1-uiBziuiiii-ist-,-r, lrvnm- Kuju-r, Aim Louise Milli-r, Marguerite Ruhr timline-: In-1-iii--v Ruth. Immihy Str-nun. Mary Watson, Mary Jones, Gi-:ice 'Pzinzi-llzi, Nam:-y Sliilliiigm-r', Marjorie Boyle 1 1 SENIOIIS lfirslz lmis XYnllil1gn-r, Muy Ilm-nthuru, Szu':1Muri4- XYn-z1tllv1'fur'd, llt'l'lll2lIl2l llmulm-ur, H1-14-11 Pulling, Mary tfhumlln-r, I-Zh-zllmr Nipvr, Kathryn Boylan, Mzxrim- lfvhr, M:xr'g.:'zlz'vt Huwm-rs Sv:-mul: Iirmlizn- Johnson, Luis liz-utzxnzum, Auzlrly Murgwu. Luviu Mngill, Mu-- iorin- 1.1-x'v1'i14"tuln EIA" I - 1 ' - " " 4- ' 1,., , mfxuxx Bunul, P14-xlru.x HtlVhlll1'l', lim-tn-1xe11 Iehlv Elsim- Waashlvurn, liuhy XV1mdx-uff, Be-My Hn-flu-r, Adu Marie Silverstein I 'I'hi1'1l: Alu-ru 'l'mnzlil1u. lluth Km-Hy. llizvllzl Nnpry, Gvrtrurle- Hi1'rlPl1vimvl'. Patsy Hznrv, M:1ry.:zLrvl Ilzxy--uk, Marion S104-lu-r, Rm-ttiv Ashton, M1-rlv ifrntzxnzxn. 'Flu-lmzx Shulluy, Vzlrrxlim- Tiusmzm, Hulcn Mzlclvlilluu, I-Ilirmr Nllbur I-'-vurth: Mwry Ann Mohr, Iivlu-1-u-11 Jann- Yzxrml, Fillvttn- Le-l11', Arivttu. llrrvtz- .nuu, A1-I WE! 1-no Erlv, Vlzxirv Abvri, Hn-tty Iii:-In-llslxivml W 0 Q fig.. ' 7 I1 JYNIUILS I-'lrstt Elvzalmx' IluI't'stmIt, Lu'-illv film-luxxsxll, lim-tty Illiwk, .Ins--plxinv Him':l.nm, l'l1au'lotts- XY:-iss, Shirlvy Iingvr, th-or-gin llugm-ty, lilizznlwtll Manu-iam, lmmtliy Szxmlt Sw-mul: lirxm Eriksk-u, Mildn-ml Ilowlillgz. NYt'lX'll W1v1'1-nl 4 1. . . a 'i4'll, Jus--plnixlv In-yn-s, Mzmrlv rvu-lulgr. his-alum' Svaloru, Annu, Louisa- I-Zzllvr, Mary Jann- l'1:xivr', Mary Adams, Fralm-1-s Su-1-kvl Mzlry Allvnlm -ll. 1':u'zlzc-1, Ellllllilllllllk' Lunt, Nlzxriv liolh Tllird: Imrothy Kr-i1n-r, Evvlyn In-nn, 1Nl:xrg.::u-vt ldisvnlxaxrmlt, Jzluv XX'axrm-r, 1 Vzxrolilu- SIUIII, I"r:mu-1-Q Imylm-, Lvl- '1'hulnp.44nl. Imris lfmlrtlxz Marilyn Millr-r. June Hnusmnn. Marin- Ki:-nzlv, Vvlmu 1'zu-vw-r, Mary Jam' Sllydvr, Vurolilw Paul. fvillllvlillt' Hyun, Tlxorvsu Svngull ' EIGHIV-seven Sophomore Gir Reserve Club President MARGARET MICHLER Vice President iil.lZABE'l'H HEMPV Secretary Hove JOHNSON Treasurer GRACE STEVENSON Adviser lVlRSi lVlARY GAYMAN First: Ilupi- .Iulltisun, lmriutlly XY:ttsull, Mrs Hayliiaii, Mairirari-l Mivlili-r, Ifran--i-Il Avlti-uynl, thank Stn-xi-use-ti Sentinel: I-'rain'-i-s Mi-rtz, Imrntlix' limism: i'harlutte lhirilini. Virixinln 'Draw-s, .loan l'l:tl'lt. l'1lli-li May ll'ati-rlmi', Jztmlut-liliv Stout COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Social Charlotte Gordon Finance Jacqueline Stout Mugig Ellen May Wargrbor Scrap Book Frances Ann Fraunfelder Social Service Dorothy Bonsor An Vlrgmm Graves M, b qh, El, bth H Program Joan Clark 'mv FH lp 12? C empe Worship Dorothy Parr llublmll' l'f-111505 M9117 Council Member Franceil Ackroyd This has been an extremely important year for the organization of new clubs, The Sophomore Girl Reserve Club has undoubtedly been one of the most suc- cessful of these beginners. It owes its immediate popularity to Mrs. Gaynor, its adviser, and to its active cabinet, which was elected early in the school year. lts members have been trained to carry on the purposes of the Girl Re- serves and will have an opportunity to continue its ideals in their junior and senior years as well. They have enjoyed many social functions and have held frequent dances and parties. ings were exceptionally among the speakers were and Miss Shufflebotham. Their meet- interesting: Miss Babin This club has given much more to our school than it has taken from it and has been a most welcome addition. A brilliant future is predicted for the Sophomore Girl Reserves. Elsmv-EIGHT 0 , , lm-2 Li, First: Anna lit-liris-:'. lilli-anm Kli-ilihalis, Eleanor lit-iris, Virginia t'al'fri-y. Cath- rini- S:-uraiia, Virginia Ki-pe-r. Iflvelyn Taylor, Martxaret Miltvlwtti- Si-wond: Kathoriiii- Mumma, Marjorie Kaplan, Peggy VVQ-iizi-llwrgi-I-, Virginia Vttlpi-ppt-r, Virginia Zimnii-rman. Vi-lltia 'l'rimmi1r. Elizabi-tli Rogers. P4-arl Si-hnapp, llenrii-tta 1'a1ra1i nil Tliiril: Marjurii- lfairi-r. Nanvy Jani- Dvrr, .Ji-au Mandi-ll, Juni- Steacl, Mildred Britton, Olga Sours, Dorutlii-a XVatsu1i, Virginia Smith, Marie Mi-ssa Fourth: Elizabeth XVI:-i-lvzivli, Marlon liamhvrt. Allwrta Bra-nclel. Harriet Ki-tlilvtlgi-, Emma Martin, Marion XVi-avi-r. .Ioyvv XVulfv, Nelda XVondring, Luis Wylti-r, Gloria ilatvly, Mae Long, Gtllwvzi Si-llivi-r Fifth: Emily Miners, Norma Barrio. Dorothy Parr, Dorothy Ann Fri-ytag, Mary Ruhr-rts, Bi-tty Nagle, Angelina Simonetta. Kathvrini- Confldais Chinktewunk Council Sakima LPresidenti JACK GOODYIEAR Sagamore IVice Prcsidentl XVILLIAM DAVIS Mokcon WlLLIAIN'I WESLl5i' Olumapi 1Secretaryi RICHARD HASLET Onowitok 1Puhlicityi EDWARD WEIDAW lillan Ilrlandymanl JACK BRUBAKER AdVlSCI' NIR. DIENTON BEDFORD The Chinktewunk Council, known to most students as the Scout Club, meets twice a month with its adviser, lVIr. Bedford, who is recognized as an au- thority on Indian customs and lore. The club members strive to promote advancement in scouting and offer in- dividual suggestions for the advance- ment of outside troops and patrols. During the year badges obtained from the Iroquois Indians were presented to the twenty members of the club. During the meetings the members gave demonstrations of good scouting and enjoyed various athletic games. Many excellent speakers, who stressed the problems confronting a good scout were procurred for the Council. Each member received valuable information and training as well as a great deal of enjoyment in attending the meetings of the Council regularly. I4'i -Q r Third: I I ' A tvs' 'z 1 . 'z 1-' uytl, Jzu-lt Homiyt-zir, 'ln-rultl 1 t I1 haul XX Iltmtn XX nit I H Beatty, Holm-rt Kivlxlint- be-I-mini: Paul l"ri4-1-llu, Yiillizxm llviuli. NYilliaIm 4'ulpt-ppt-r, I'li:xi'lt's Snyclvr, Afflxillvs Be-rzirrli Jzlvlt RFVHIII, Junk Hr'uIv:Iki-I'. Mr, liz-'tlI'ur4l, lluutrlzis lit-.-Ili-V, lIll'l11lltl Ht let, 4'li:u-lt-s Xvllllyfllll lfirstg Nzmmi Yixinn. l-'lorn-li:-v IVIlllyx'1-tts-rs. Jzlnv Fllla, Arlene iirh, Miss l"r:mke-nfit-ld St-1-und: Mnrinn I-'ii-Iris, lilstlivr tlrzimln. Margaret Huyvak, Doris Snlzmaxn. Audrvy Mt-Vluslu-y Third: Luis lirntznizin, Fifi Lnllus. Alien- May Ei:-hlin, Anna Sm-ift-rt Bowling Club President JANE UI.I5.-X Secretary ALICE WCBI.IAI4 Assistant Secretary NAOMI VIVIAN Treasurer ARLENIE IZRB Assistant Treasurer FI.oRENc:E D'HUYvIa'I"I'I5Rs Adviser Miss Jessie liRANKI'iNl5Il5l,IJ The Bowling Club is an athletic club composed of those students who are interested in bowling. Its purpose is to teach each member how to bowl and to increase the ability of those who have already learned. A business meeting is held every two weeks in the school. after which the girls walk to a nearby bowling alley. At the conclusion of each meeting the scores are noted and tabulated in a weekly record. Through this club the girls can gain knowledge of a sport which they can use long after they have graduated, and what is more important, they learn the element.s of good sportsmanship necessary to them all their lives. 0 ElGHTY'NlNE -tg' 14 I 4 " ,----. , -r-rrlf 1 I , 1 ' ' - xi. A- 1 . -i. '. - I l t 5 1 1' N I ,,,.7., W , , Y' hy! 'Q . 'ke 'gt lt t-gf K y I fy tf '. 'rf W -M' 5 Q-'9'af6"i"?.""'m1 ml i Fas f - - Foot all Captain Rocco l3lI'ARA'I'O Manager JOSYEPH CIIANIJLER Coach li1.MtQR C'ARRol.i. WILSON-The Hghting Vv'ilson Warriors came to Cottingham Stadium and violated tradition by scoring against Easton for the first time in the twelve-year-old series: however, Easton fans were not worried by virtue of the stellar playing of Bob Hager, who scor- ed three touchdowns, and John Keck, who made one touchdown and pro- ceeded to convert four points after touchdown, to give Easton a 28-12 vic- tory. LOWER MERION - Easton next entertained Lower Merion and introduc- ed Joe Erinzi, who proved to be an im- polite host by scoring two touchdowns 0' I ,ttf ,tv int? -1 A "ta J D ' nbyvxkx Ei' in :Tr wjkhs , :tt I ,MA , J' 'Q "T i' ,, Q. 0. wrt J"' ' I ' 'lhmx 'bs P L My 't lt 13 ' . 1 ' 7, A I., pdf.. 4' .-if-'yt . A v ., Half., I, .4 'Wg , ' ,V , . 1 - - . ,... -f 4 - " . l ,QF ' I ' '. -Q - ta- LQ. 43 ' l J I .1 X yy?-6 so. -,. " ' , '. ' K. - . f'r -1:-A. 4,.. .wr 4 ' Q , , . ' lv.-I "'f' ' J rf ' 'N X " .IVA 'i i - . .7 ... V 7 -N , - , A a J 'fl' . 71 ,lftfitf .' rw- -ivan,-5 3,.-'te gfstaa . M'-"' ' ' 4 . 14' W- FA- -. -- -3-gf .-655 -4. 5 , M it-A -gy -. ff- - . Q . s 5 . . I 1 - '1 , 'b -it and passing to Keck for another, thoroughly swamping the Lower Mer- ion aggregation by a I9-O score. Rocco Piparato, Raymond Topper, and Eran- cis Paul were outstanding in the line. JOHN HARRIS-Easton then jour- neyed to Harrisburg for its first visiting game and. incidentally. its first defeat. After a brilliant showing in the first quarter, the Red and White attack col- lapsed, but the defense fought gallantly to hold John Harris to two touchdowns for a ll-0 defeat. POTTSVILLE - The Rovers re- turned home and met the powerful and highly favored Pottsvilie team to play its only tie game of the season. Hager scored Easton's one touchdown while the entire lire coordinated to hold Potts- ville to one touchdown for a Hnal score of 6-6. BE'l'HLEHElVl - The Red and White next visited Bethlehem, where it encountered its second defeat. The Li- NlNt:rv 0 lim-It In i 'ig'l1l- -first: ltii-liaxrnl .Inltnsuu, Vztssitly llaulwvll. Jaim htm Nt '- " z ': 1, 2 -' " 1 ': , 4": -'s cull, liusinond Toppix x'-itmt ltputtt lmao lipitxtn litltnl P Harry NM-slvy. St-i-mul: llulve-rt'.l:nxu-s. Antlmny KuI1'hyf'lii, Sztmum-I Stonis, tit 1.0:-don Iam'--, Uztrl Flurimli. Donald Horn, Stew- Ili-res Third: Jm- Frinzi, James Catssnriuo, Bolt Ilztgi-r, llush Stn-hlln Isola 1 4 ward Jlllllllbi. Frzmlc lirlrio, John Koek Fourth: lfneulty M:tu:t1:t-r liiehfxrds. Trztinm-rs Andre-ws :ind klml sl Fomh Not:-:tim M'tn'xg1r Chandl -r Ns--td Cowel " :int ,L -. -. '.. - ,. 1, . ,. 11.trrnllXslttnt t7o:xr'h ffasselmum. Trumer Miehler, :md Dov-tnr S1-hwautv berty High lads held the edge for the first three quarters, but in the fourth, Rute and Cassarino put on a sus- tained drive. climaxed by a pass from Rute to Beresky for Easton's only touchdown. The final score was 10-7, Bethlehem having previously made a touchdown and kicked a field goal. LEBANON-The Red and White then proceeded to Lebanon and, as was expected, defeated the team of that city after a strong second half come-back with Hager scoring twice and Rute going over once. Easton gained two points when the line broke through to block a Lebanon punt which rolled over the goal line for a safety to make a final score of 20-12. ALLENTOWN-Allentown then visited the Rovers and eked out an unearned victory, as Easton really out- played them. Easton suffered a bad break when an Allentown player ran back the opening kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown. Easton, after Allentown had scored another touchdown and made the conversion, came back in the second half, with Hager and Rute carrying the ball, to score two touchdowns and make the linal score I3- l 2 in favor of Allentown. READING-The strongly favored Red Knights of Reading then invaded Easton, but were repelled when Hager and Rute ran wild to score three times: the line, led by Paul, Gadwell, and the Piparato brothers, held the Red Knights to one touchdown, giving Easton a Zl-7 victory. PHILLIPSBURG-Easton, in the final game of the season, met their traditional Turkey-day rivals on the neutral ground of Fisher Field and gained a well-earned victory. The Red Rover attack was featured by long runs on the part of Erbio, Rute, and Hager: the en- tire line played excellently both offen- sively and defensively. The final score was 13-7. E's were earned by Rocco Piparato, Robert Hager, Harry Wesley, Francis Paul, Richard Johnson, Frank Erbio, Rush Stehlin, John Keck, Joseph Frinzi, Steve Beresky, Robert Rute, Salvatore Piparato, Cassidy C1adwell, James Cas- sarino, Raymond Topper, Robert James, Gordon Lowe, Joseph Chand- ler, Howard James, Donald Horn. Gus Lirakis, Arthur Haring, James Kane, Carl Florindi, Sam Heit, Frank Gugli- uzza, William Ricker, and Anthony Kulchycki. U Nmsrv ONE Bas etball Co-captains JOSEPH FRIN'l FRANK Guczuuzzx Manager JAY GRUVhR Coach ELMLQR Cannot L I'll-sl rim: Jw- I-'iinzl, llmmlil Hunt, Jnmi-s Sm-ukn, 'Pony Alllllltl xt--ininl row' Mzirlln linriilizirl, lfrzink Hutzliuzzai, th-uri.:v l'lltvm.:i-I 1':u'l l-'lurlntll l'llir'4l Vim: .lily Ilrilu-r, llivliziiwl .liilinsoii Vnzn-li I':iri'uIl The Red Rovers played through a INDIVIDUAL SCORING rather mediocre season after making a sen- , , , , , , BASKETBALL 'roTAi,s sational beginning by winning their first seven games: from then on. however, they Name Goals pouls Tom could manage to win only sufficient games . . . ' ,' 54 3' 4 to give them a total of ten victories and FHM' I 1 I eight defeats. Though frequently out- Smoke' 42 40 4 playing their rivals, the Rovers were great- Gughuna I9 I0 97 ly hindered by inaccuracy in shooting. pmenge' 22 N 58 Meyers 13 lO '56 The Rovers won the championship of Amato I Z l l 35 the Triple-City League, composed of Eas- , . Crisafulli 5 0 I9 ton, Phillipsburg, and Wilson. Johnson 7 3 I7 E's were given to Carl Florindi. Martin Hunt 4 2 10 Barnhardt. Donald Hunt, Tony Amato, Gadwell 2 1 5 Russell Meyers, George Pittenger. Richard Barnhart I 2 4 Johnson. Joe Frinzi, Frank Gugliuzza, Florindi 1 2 4 James Soroka, Cassidy Gadwell, Frank Rounssviile 0 7, 1, Erbio, Jay Gruver, George Kuzmack, and 1 -M '4- 202 l-19 553 Benjamin Dungan. Nmzlv-rwo 9 Schedule Easton 44 Easton 23 Easton 46 Easton 33 Easton 40 Easton 25 Easton Z5 Easton 24 Easton Z6 Easton Z8 Easton Zl Easton 37 Easton 43 Easton Z2 Easton 31 Easton Z6 Easton 40 Easton l 9 A.P.S. 3 l TPS, 55? we 351511 Q1 VARSITY Fountain Hill Slatington East Stroudsburg Wilson Pottsville Phillipsburg Tamaq ua Allentown Bethlehem Phillipsbu rg Hazleton Wilson Pottsville Phillipsburg Tamaqua Allentown Bethlehem Hazleton Z5 14 Z5 Zl ZZ 18 15 46 51 35 ll Zl 27 Zl 3+ 37 -ll 57 '50 42 ' ii.: 1 t EW Easton Easton Easton Easton Easton Easton Easton Easton Easton Easton Easton Easton Easton Easton Easton Easton Easton Easton A . P. S. JUNIOR VARSITY Z6 Z6 Zl -I-2 Z6 Z5 ZZ Z0 17 30 I9 35 Z8 41 I5 24 34 Z4 Z7 T TPS. 4 84 Fountain Hill Slatington East Stroudsburg Wilson Pottsville Phillipsburg Tamaq ua Allentown Bethlehem Phillipsburg Hazleton XX'ilson Pottsville Phillipsburg Tamaq ua Allentown Bethlehem Hazleton 16 I6 Z3 S 17 I3 I5 Z9 27 6 I7 Il l8 ll 26 Z2 29 Z6 IS - 330 0 Nmetv-muse I iii' The Girls Tennis Club Adviser Miss MARY CLINE The Girls' Tennis Club under the direc- tion of Miss Cline, holds two tournaments each year, one in the fall and one in the spring. ln the fall tournament, Gretchen lehle was hailed victor and Virginia Graves runner-up. Gretchen also won last year's spring tournament and gained the title of school champion. The girls who participat- ed in the tournament were Merle Clark, Dorothy Schwarz, Helen Erhardt, Anne Wood, Virginia Culpepper. Helene Roberts, Gretchen lehle. Cecile Woodring. Charlotte Gordon. Peggy Wenzelberger, Franceil Ack- royd. Virginia Graves, Marie Love Somers. Nancy Morrison. Edna Russell, Helen Busco, .lean Weiss. Nellie Grifo. Joan Clark, Doro- thy Freytag, Emily Louise Woehrle, and Kathryn Mumma. . . , . . 1 . v X mv dv li .t Nmsrv-roun 0 i win-ii li-lili-. wiiitiifi' ni' full tourna- ni nt Xi 4 if . "maillist ilu-Q. ruxmi-1'-ul: 21-4. ,Lf -: L'-FP: . .,'. ,. . Si-ziti-il: Peggy Wi-nzvlln-i'gi-i'. Emily l,0lliNt' XYtwhrli-, Viriqlniai Gi-zines. Giwfti-llvll I -lil L 1' A A ' 1 4. hailutti- I-olwlvll. Amit- Wunal. I-'min-wil A4-lu-uynl. Hn-len llusvn stzumlimrz lmi-ntliy Ann likwytzigr, Num-y Sliillinger. Jnun t'l:trk. Kutliryn Mum- nin, Miss l'lim-, tw-vilv XYumlrilui, Yin'- "ii:i Vulln-ppt-r, llvlvne- Ilolwrls Boys' Tennis TENNIS SCHEDULE Mav 2 Easton Allentown 5 Easton Phillipsburg Easton Bethlehem I2 Easton Allentown I6 Easton 6 Phillipsburg 0 l 0 Easton 4 Bethlehem Z away away home home home away agh 'gig Q, if V. ,, fl ull 1-mf-K WS b r X1 1 'ww' Y -P ., Stztmlimgz Mr. l"l:1,t:i:. tflizxrlt-s l5!'1lYV!lYllllll'!', Ili:-hui-il Jnlmsfm, Viv- tor Ilurnvll. Ht-rlnf-rt Cohen, Mzlnngt-r Kllt'l'llll5II Arlington Snlia-kle, llolivrt R+-tts Stsllltlillg: Ili-rlvs-rt Vollt-n, XYillinm Mzirliln-y, Nm-vin St-ip, 'l'lwoilul'e Vt-ti-x-son. Iii:-hnrtl Ashton, Mit-limfl Erliio, John l'ptlt-grove St-uieil: Ar-ling'ton Smit-kli-, Viv-tor lrztrnvll, Ri:-hard Johnson l'lmrlt-s l3l'4IXYIllllllll'l'. Itolwrt lit-tts. Mr. l-'lzigg 'i 9 t'h:u'l+-s HI'1lVl'llIllllll'I', run- nt-r up, and .-Xrlingtnn Smit-RI:-, winner nl' ton- nis tuurnumn-nt Coach Beaouii' Ftatati Manager HERBERT Comix Captain ARLINGTON SM1CKl.i- The Easton High School racquet- eers began the 1939 season Without the services of any last year's letterf men. Coach Flagg did not anticipate having a championship team this year, but he selected a promising group of candidates who would per- form to good advantage under Eas- ton High colors. Candidates for the team included Vic Darnell, Arlington Smickle, Howard Hanks, Robert Betts, Charles Brownmiller, Ted Peterson, Richard Johnson, Mike Erbio, Rich- ard Ashton. and John Updegrove. 0 NINETY-Five l1'Il'll.Il MEN Km-1-linu: 1'111'l l1'luritnli, linln-rt ll111Jie-i'. XX'ziltn-r lirnsr-ins, lfriuili I-Irlviu, lim-vu l'ipnr:itn, John Kish Stumling: Willium Vrusain. llnlph Mm-tx. Ili--It Ilusli-I, llzxylxmnil 'l'oppm'. Pats- slcly lmilxxvll, Imln-ii II.t5i-a, limlxnilnl Waxgxn-1' 'Iihe track team set forth upon another suc- cessful season with many veterans remaining from last year's squad. Among those re- turning were Bob Hager, Bill Ricker, Dick Haslet, John Kish, Bob lVlacCart, and Bob Walters in the dashes and hurdles: Francis Mucklin. Bob James. Alex Koji, Walter Boyd, Robert Benner, and William Clark in Trac Coach CLYDE NO'liliS'l'lNlj Nlanagcrs DONALD HORN NORMAN XVOLBACH Cnphlin RUBERT l"lAGliR TRACK SCI-lliDUl.lZ Date liaston Opp. April 29 Penn Relays -lih place May 4 Phillipsburg 5? -lf: May 6 Laf. lntcrscholastics -ith rlace May 9 Wilson 80 lo May 16 Bethlehem 53 55 May 20 District ll Meet -lth place May 24 Allentown 375 705 May 29 Easton-P'Burg- lst place Wilson Triangula r Pottsville Relays 3rd place June 2 the distance runs: and Bob Hayes, Ed Wag- ner, the Piparato brothers, Ray Topper, James Kane, and Bill Hoff in the field events. This material. supplemented by many new candidates, enabled Coach Notestine to mould a capable, efficient and aggressive group of runners and turn in a presentable record at the close of the season. O lPilNl'?l Ifirst: Stn-xv Imsnlmwslii, XYilllatm Plutls, Sl ll S X il r l 1 ix x I 1 vt ls. l 1 X il So-1-mul: M:in1ly.:vr NUVIIIHII XYullmv . "" ' , 1 Slni 1. 'I vzuw ':u.:m-', ': ' 4' nr'! '. I -' au'- 'Y1 , ' -ii - "1 4 1, 1 'l4'lIll'l ' -' :wig 9: ' flea' , John K's irilz 11111 'i-'A 1 nu' 1 11-4 , 1. 1 -'if-xc, I -1 "1'1 , .- 4 gvlu l"l'TI'1lI'll. Jzxvk Malin, Francis llluvkllli, llulpll Mvrlz, Ili:-lmrtl llzlslwt, Iloln-rt Huy:-s, XV1iltn-r Bros:-lus, linin- 1-rt Jzxxlu-S, Vaxssiily liattlwn-ll, H2lXIllUllll, 'lmpps-r, M:nuny.1t-r llouulti Bullo--lc. 1'n:u'li Vlydn- XY. Notestinv- NINETY'SIX 9 TRACK MEN Knm-ling: Pnul Smith, llol'u-rt Mm-1'1n'l, I-ldwarii Rm-so, Frzxnlt Frit-ill. XV:tlti-r Boyd, XVilli:xrn Rickvr, Rohm-rt NV1tl- ti-rs, Steve fmshnwski, II--i-bert XVyum- Standing: Km-nneth Todd, Iii:-hard Li-mls. .luvk Main, Alex Koji, I-'runvis Muvk- lin, ltnlvert Jumps. XVilliztm Plutts, An- gelo F4-rrnro. Dunnld Clements, Conn-h Nntvstint- NVisl Antrim gets rt-mly to take 4-ut at lmll dur- ing: Imttim.: prac- The Red Rover nine be- gan the season in anticipation of another league champion- ship and perhaps, another District II championship. In order to accomplish this, seven veterans returned to of- fer their services. They were Frank Snyder, catcher: Bob Rute, Hrst baseman: James Miller. second sacker: Jack Wallaesa, shortstop: B i l l Goldsworth, pitcher: and John Ebner and John Keck, flychasers. Patsy Micac- chione held down the hot corner position and "Wild" Bill Mclnerney took care of right field. The pitching staff was rounded out by Ed Antrim. Dashowski. a n d George Keck. Base Ullllfillll Jan-lt NYztll:xe-sit all "OW "1" "M" "l2' Coach CHARLES RICHARDS Manager JOHN RICCI Captain JACK WALLAESA April 15 April 19 April 21 April 25 April 28 May 3 May 5 May 10 May 12 May 15 May 16 May 19 May 23 May 26 May 30 Easton 7 Easton 4 Easton 6 Easton 5 Easton 4 Easton 1 2 Easton 5 Easton 1 2 Easton 3 Easton 5 Easton l 2 Easton 5 Easton 0 Easton 8 Easton I 0 Wilson 0 Bangor 0 Allentown 2 Phillipsburg l Bethlehem 3 Bangor 6 Reading 8 Wilson 0 Allentown 4 Northampton 4 P'Burg Parochial 0 Bethlehem 8 Northampton 3 Reading 2 5 Phillipsburg 0 away away home home away home awav home away home home home away home away 96 Yi? tag, Mrs, 08 rg, Q9 for at. '0'-w ' ts? .sw A gt KE, ji lv, 'E' Ye' dt, wt is to f what A 'iffy I+'irstfJohn Kohl. Mmiugs-rg Patsy Mic-um-liioiw, John Km-vlt, Jfllllt' Miller, Jet:-lt Ntkillzxeszt, l'2l.lll?llllQ l'xI'2lIlli Snytlt-r, John lfllllvl' Churlvs Ruta-, John Hit-vi, Mztxizuzvx- S1'l'0llIlflVllt'hZll-'l Ho:-on, Frank Zac-1--plat, NYM Antrim, I-Id. Antrim. Harold XViIliamson, Steve Dztshowski, George- Km-lt, Bill Golrls worth, Uoavli Ric-harris Fhirtl-Bill Mvlneruey. Sam Lilmri. lfrzmk Libs-rti, Alla:-rt IH-ra-lli John Vzxt-zirrfv, XVilli:im Mew-rs. 'Praiinur Amlrt-ws 'N lNETY'SEVEN QM' I-'ire-it: Erlzlin- lll!'llilI'llH, l'IIlvx:iril Vuupi-r, lmruthy llzlrlwr. 1"1tllcf-ril1n- Otlvn- xu-ltlv-r, llulu-rl Metz, Vin-tie th-in-ran, l.uvlll.- Powell, l'lil.x':iril Shilling. Viviun- Nm-4-Ili Sw-nml: lllilmllw-il lan- llusv, SlllI'll't' l'lllSlil'y, 'l'hn-ilu llivlmrrls, Sllirli-y l'lzlill'5'. lm:-mlly Imrlt--rt. Shirley l"i':mlwl. .lusvpliilw Glmwlzmn. Mary Tnmmal. l'1I--:inur lrli-tzvl, V1-lnizu l'lrllll'llllN. ltllizailn-tli Nzipzli- 'l'llll'llI l-'rlvnlu liui-lu-nlvm-ll. Vmnw-itz: Muicmulizl, Mzu-lv Messu, Audrey Smut-lt, Klllllll'l'll Mutt-hlvr. lh-tty lsrown, Anim l-'i':i1im-uvillt-sn-, llelou M1-lm-rm-y, Zu-lmu Brown, ll--It-n Swlilotltrli l1'm1rlI1: l'ziul llmninuwu, lit-In-rt lh-nm-r, I-'i-1-mlm-ivk llhli-r, linymonrl Stout. lflmmu llnsivr. linynmntl Tuppt-r, lfri-il Xl'oll'+-, John Knlll, XV:irrn-n Ifrllls. lllr. l"l:u.:g The idea of having a cheering section composed of Easton High School students has worked out so well that an organiza- tion called the Red Jackets has been formed. The purpose ol' this club is to lead in the cheering at all the games and to set an example of good sportsmanship that the others will follow. The organization is limited to fifty boys and girls. These students wear red jackets at all the games and on school days when a game is to be played. Ever since its formation, the cheering at the football and the basketball games has been better organized and louder in volume. A permanent organization of this type will make this school outstanding in school spirit and cooperation. Mr. Flagg merits a sincere vote of thanks, and both he and the pupils under his direction are to be thanked for their ambition and for their valuable service. They have enthusiastically followed their motto "We Serve" - an achievement in itself. Nmerv-EIGHT 0 Re Jackets President PAUL XVlI.l.lAM3 Vice President JAMES GAFFNEY Secretary RAYMOND Tomas!! Adviser MR. BRADLEY FLACG Paul Yxlillia ms Cheerlea ers This group of boys and girls is undoubtedly one of the most important organizations in the school. Clad in bright red uniforms, they add color and inspiration to all the athletic contests. They, eleven in all, are chosen by Mr. Stone and by the various coaches. They must be prepared to lead their fellow students in the numerous school cheers at any notice. Since preparation for these activities requires three practices a week at the height of the season, one can read- ily understand why careful selection of the leaders is absolutely ncessary. Led by Robert Metz, head cheerleader. and Mr. Flagg, faculty superviser, they do their best-regardless of weather conditions-to add spirit and good fellow- ship to the contests. ln cooperation with the newly formed l'Red Jackets," they have arranged newer and more original cheers - many of which are extremely complicated and intricate. Credit is certainly due them, for upon their capable shoulders rests the responsibility and the success of the cheers and perhaps of the team as well. 'ill ill 'U First: Eilwzrrd Ummvr, Vim-mr Norvlli. und llclvruril liivlmrtls Sa-1-mul: Imrntliy Rai-In-r, Kaitlin-yn Ode-nwi-lrli-r. Marry Ann Mohr. .Mum Mi-ssivk, :xml Ruth Mztttes Thiiwlz Mr, I-'larry-1'. Emma Ilusivr, Iloln-rt M4-tx, l,ur-ilh- Pour-Il. Yin:-io 1' mr: and Edwin-tl Shilling 9 Nmsrv-Nmr Head Cheerleader ROBERT METZ Adviser MR. BRADLEY FLAGG Girls' Ath etic Club President DoRo'1'Hi' BARBER Adviser Mies. DoRo'i'Hi' Maxwisit I-'ii'sl: Mxvlyli l-'rziwi-, lirziw- l":il1l. lmriutliy Ilzurln-r, Jzinv llusli, ll:-li-n 4Iui'lnkii Si-iinlul: Imis Slim-Ill.:-i'ux-l', Susan: Sulunmil, .luyvv llyili-, Auclrvy Smith, Im! lhinlm, Annan Struk. Maury Iii-Vutxsi-. Yzisiliai Miliili-s, l4'x'i-ilu lilxvkf Q-tilmi-lt, l"ili linllzis 'I'lliriI: Jilin- XY:-lv-ll, 1'.l1'l1i1-lln 'l'vr'l':xlmx:l, linlwrlzi liny. liulll Mutlvs. Murllizi l'1llmi-V, Mrs. Mnxwc-ll. Nlzw!-Izlri-l Swliwa-itz:-r, .l:inr- Ullxu, Arlu In-llv 1'nt'l'm:in, 1'lini'lutti- Wi-iss, Ali:-v Wolfe l"1n1rtl1' Mn:-inn Yining, Imris lilii-hlin. .Xlii-i- Struk, lflli-anim' IlnI'l'stmIt. Luna In-lmslis. ,Xluli-1-5' Sinn:-k, Annu Si-in-rt, Iii-tty Ilrmvu, Coucettu. Mziinrzuuu This is one of the oldest and most popular clubs in the school--at least, among the girls. It is composed of all those girls who are interested in taking part in athletic contests and is better known as the li. A. C. Basketball, soccer, tennis, baseball, and volley ball are all enjoyed by the members who faithfully attend the meetings held every Tuesday and 'lhursday in the girls' gym. As cach game counts a certain number of points, one can find the glrls eagerly com- peting in their struggle to acquire their "E's". Numerous hikes and skating arties are held and each meetin contributes health and en o ment to the manv p , loyal members of the club. I-'irstz I'i-url Svlixmlm, lmruthy Volk:-rt S1-vnml: Jan-queliiw Stout, Nlivlim-liiizl Curio, Evelyn Mairru, l'l:u'u M. 11:1- munni, NUVIIIZI Ilollluuw-r, lilili-en Ri-illy, Hi-tty Johnson 'Phlv-il: Grin-v Si-ifvrt, Mau-iv Murntorv, '1'he-rr-su Vnllrlnrzi, Hn-tty Sluringtield, Ji-am Williaimsnn. Anim I-'r:inlcs, Eninm Ilusin-r, Ruth Slilllnmn. Viviun K2Ill1llQ'l' l'l0Ul'IllI lm! Hlsi-n, lint Rnnsor, Vilulllh' Slairlu. illnriu Gala-ly. Dot M1-Gziry. Ililmln-i::irile liutz, Mzury 1'iux'uivll:l, l-imma: Murlln, Ruth lh-rnhurt, Jami- Altnmn, Mrs. Mzuxwi-ll, Hi-tty Nugli- l"il'th: Marilyn llnlu-, Mziry l'IlSilll0Ilil, Je-ani Stl-rling. Maury Inn-lirixuli, Iluru- thy l'zu'r. Kitty Si-nrzxim, lboris 1-In-hlln, June! lmnm-lly, Doris Hair lhulomevx. Lois livnmfn. Kathryn Mutrhln-r ONE HUNDRED 0 I Oratorica Society Pwsiclenl JACK BRYANT Vice President RENION BETHMANN Secretary MARY XVATSON lireasiirer ADA Muiiie Sll.VlfRS'l'lf1N Adviser NIR. HPRBIERT T. HENDERSON First rim: Ire-nv l"i'u11kI'ort, lfliwiiiit- Julinsuii, Mary XY:itsun, llutli Kelly, .Min Maris' Silvi-rsh-ill, Ili-rmztnu Grmilifui- Sw-mul: Mr. lilviiili-i'su1i, Jzu-li W1-iss. Jzivle Hryziixt, lt.-liliiii lit-tliuiqiiiii lfiwnxiiiis Mui-kliil Tliii-tl: W:ei'i'i-11 liugut, llzi1'l'.u-l Muraitui, Walter' Buyil. liiil l1-v' I 114-hi-1-I. llztrry Ili-xipiir. Viirl l':it'+'y This club has proved itself another welcome addition to Easton High School. Its purpose is to teach its members the elements of public speaking and to give them confidence and poise while so doing. At its meetings, held every second and fourth Monday of the month, talks were given by each member and short plays and character studies enacted. During the course of the year, speeches of the members were recorded on a victrola and then played back to them: in this Way they were enabled to correct any faults made during their speeches. The club made use of the new amplifying system and studied every phase of voice culture. Several of Eastonfs prominent citizens spoke to the members during their meetings, stressing the importance of a good speaking voice. It is certain that each member has profited by his association with the club. me 'Sis -.rv D nailz- ' I-'ii-st: M:xi'i1m Si-liuininit-i-, In-tty Sit-wzirl. Iiuth Irit-lil. Mzlry Wutsiiii, llutli K1-lly, Ili-l'it1:tnu lluimdvair. lrunc 1"I'!llllil'0X'l mi-iiiiil: Nr. Ili-liiliwsoxl, XY:iltt-r Huyil, I':1rI 1':tr1-y, llul'i'y Ili'zi1wi', liz1i'l'.wli' Muizii-ai, Julius St-liwiiiiint-r Third: llzlrulil Ilullainil, llc-rln-ri Volli-il, Niirmziit lin-itvr. Frzilit-is Muwlilin, .lm-Ii lkryaiill, ll--litim lit-tlimiimi 9 ONE HUNDRED ONE First Itolt--il Yuhirtt-s, 'l'In-it-sau S--ngoii, S4-Im:x Iilsti-Ismatll, Itlilxxnrtl M- lluuh, llnwil Rlvtiil-is Si-...sul 'IH-tl IH-tt-1-soul, NX'iIIis St-hug, I-'r--nl llitns, Ito!---rl Milt'-nlniltu-V S--:tw-I lit-tlx lC:tx'm-, Irt'rlu:tt'1l Iilztt It Sliuiiiliiitg' f'l:xt1tl4- Imro-, lliltli-uctrd Klux, Sglx--sttsr Itxw-5, .Xltornl Il.txz:tt'ml, Hllltitlli .Xrulwi-still, .lxumt-s liwm-. ltzuyrmiml 'l'o1'1u-1 Although this was the lirst play cvcr to bt- givun by thc Junior class, its suc- ccss was ct-rtainly not due to "beginners luck." Both casts worked diligently with Miss Hillycr to malsc thuir hrst vt-nturu outstanding. 'l'ht- plot ol' thc comcdy. written by Ci. M. Cfohcn, concerns A wagcr bctwccn .1 young writcr and thc owner of Brink- luy Manor, thc tcrms of which stated that thc author must writc A story with- in twt-nty-lour hours. This hc docs .imidst much confusion. advcnturc, and A romance. 'lihc casts wcrc cqually good, and th-:ir splendid purformancvs were cn- uioycd, An annual Junior Play should cvrtainly lvccomc A tradition in Easton High School. ON: HUNDRED'TWO U Seven Keys to Ba pate t':tsl nl t'h:tt.ui tt-tw l"1itl:t5 bqutttitl tx tn. llnllimt-Il Illnum- Iloht-1-1 Xgilyi-11.1, Silt, 1.1 1:1 :try Norton 'l'li.-iw-sat St-rtuon li tty Hutt yrzt 'l'lioruhill St-Imn lilat--knizuti Jost-plnn I x :mats llzuymlt-ti ll:l.ll Alvt':tht- ,xlrnrtl lltf IH-tt-r tliv ll--rmit Nut M1-Iltigli Ht-rniitl Itlttl Nlrs. llltmlt-s INl:1l'i::tt't-t ltlist-lllixtrtll lmro l"l'14l llzt .' -' ns I 11111 In lm in lim t':li':lg:ul1 XYillis Sf-ll ' . ui, Xlfti l Hut ltltvl lulilx llluml Iiolwrt IXIiltviilt.'i'gt-1' Normtn No 'gs Kl'lllIt'tlj' XX'illi:tlu Yolgltt Hill Xttt 1 xnvr ol' Ilnltlpzttu- Ili:-ltairtl Itiuuat t'l:tnth I uv xtlt Shollvy lliltltgtttl hut! Irs. Qtlinlwy ltztyntoml 'l'vvlr1-vi' ltatyntum I 'lit-t-tm-It .lnmt-s Knut- Jnnu l tu. DlrCCltHr MISS lfl.lfAlil5'l4ll Hll l ll li 'I'llf-rt-sn Svtltzott. llolu-rt Yzthrztt-S, llivhttrtl Hip, gn, .ltlmf-S Kztiu-, Ituth Sliollt-3. Mu x, I'Iim-nliaurdt. Wlllizim Yoight In--ntaxiwl N-lt:-il, .Xltrt-il Iliit---intltwo, .lostihln I14-yi-s. Norlnnn XYUIP-:ti-lt, Ivorotltg lhtrlvt-1' lttnl .luhltson .t Y 'JH .. un.,-....,.., ,........ hlll Ni ml' Ilnl-4-rt XY:1s:f4-i', .Xlv Ushers' Clu President NVILLIAM MCLAUGHLIN Adviser MR. MARTIN T. HAGERTY 'AThis way please,"-is a familiar request to all the students. Undoubtedly, the Ushers' Club comprises some of our hardest Workers. The club is composed of forty boys who this year ushered at the football games. senior play, operetta. musical con- certs, and many other social functions held in the audi- torium. The members of this club can always be identified eas- ily by the red and White bands on their arms and by the large pins they must Wear While on duty, as Well as by their unfailing courtesy and politeness. I-'i rs! ' XX zlllvr' llufly, lah-rnurd Blau-li, XX'illi:1 lr nz 1' , 'si 1-' nvrl Hu: mImlihXXlliFl, Holm, William Reign. Arthur I4'uu'ln-r, Iluln-rt Lyons, Viviun- ln l Xl lwrt Ilylllllllll. Mr. lVlurtin T. ling:-rty Sem-uml: Juvk lioeL'ker', l'lI'Hllli Little, l'l1:u'ln-S Bm-2111-r, Milton flrnlllnlll Jl Ili'-4-i. Ili:-liar-il f'in-nwxits, Hi:-hzu-rl Si-ilvr, .latina-s Wm-st, Ilif-liuial Bit, 1 'l'hi1'4l: lluhvrt llzlyn-1-:, llnnzilcl Bilrlm-livlnn-r, XYilli:im 1'Izirl:, I"x'z1n4-1 Vlu lin, lll4'll2ll'll llnslvt, Ezlwin Kvlllvr, Ilalrry Ilralpvr, Nurnlzxrl Hx Hull Julmsun. Jzxv-k Rrulvnlwr ln I: XY:ii'1w-ii lin-rlmlt Hu.-min 1'r'ii" Wil Y. rn. Inu' Sliively X Vzlruu. N4-Ismi XY:xlSh, Hi-urge Lilxlwy Stage Managers Stage Manager QUENTIN CRANE Adviser MR. lVlAR'l'lN T. T'lAGlfRTY The stage managers play an indispensible part in every production given by Easton High School. They see that the stage is in readiness, change scenery, and attend to the numerous small, last- minute details. Their work is both exacting and difficult: these boys devote a large amount of time to their work, and they deserve much praise. 9 ON: Hurmnro mas: Junior Dramatic Club President BASIL NlCCAl5l: Vice President DOROTHY BARBLSR SCCICIJYY R0l'5liR'li Nlll.'l'l:NhlERL1lEll Treasurer TED Pl'f'l'lfRSON Adviser Miss S. lil lZABl5'liH Hi1.l,YER S--.ilmli 'I'wI l'i-la-i-s-ui, ln-rutlip lm:-hi-i-, lsaisil !N14'4':iln-, 'l'lu-iw-sn Si-ixgmi. William Anili-rsml Slumllln: .lusvpliinv lh-pvs, Mzirt1:irs-t lrllsvlllizilwll. ll:-r'linl'il lllzu-lt, Frzilik Juliu- sun. Xurlnzin XVolluiwli, I.-miuirsl Se-if:-rt. Ililmli-g':i1'rlv Nutz, liutli Slmlli-y The Junior Dramatic Club has been one of this year's most popular and successful clubs. lt is composed of students in the Junior class who are interested in dramatics. Meetings were held twice a month under the supervision of Miss l-lillyer. During these meetings which, by the way, were always well attended. plays were presented and the art of dramatization and the correct manner of property arrangement were studied. Opportunities for the students to develop their histronic talents were provided, and the development of poise and self-- confldence was stressed. The club members displayed their acting ability in the first play ever to be given by the Junior class, a hilarious comedy, "Seven Keys to Baldpatef' It was an excellent performance. one which the Sophomore class will have to do its best to equal next year. 3 Sr-ntl-il: Mm- Yziwfwslti, Hr--lu Morris, .Iunv llaiusmzin. lflthlyn N11-1'i':u'lt--li Matrix- l'i'n-vm-liiig Stumlinir: livssii- lhippus, Vlizirlntti- Siegfrierl, Tlu-iw-sei Pia-um-, Charlotte XVt-iss, Emmzilu-Ile Lunt. Fairulinv ltr-ltvr, Ellsworth Iwi-mi-r, Cui-oline Stem, Ivoro- thy Lzittitr, John Sputlairo. Jann- XYurlu-r. Marry .lzilw Snytla-V, Mvlhzt Davis lilr-zinm' llnffstmlt One Huwonzn roun 0 l3tCSlClCnl .li'XKll5S l'lElNlSTRlil2T Yice President JAMES GAFFNEY Secretary NORA Amis Treasurer ELEANOR BALESHTA Adviser MR. ELWOOD COOPER l Senior Dramatic Club l Stuiirliiig: James G:il'l'm-y. Mr. l'onpvr, James ll'-nist.-1-i-t Ss-aired: Els-:uirir Bzilvslitzi, Nom Ann-s Early in the year, tryouts were held for all the seniors who wished to join the Dramatic Club. Those who were finally admitted considered themselves fortunate. The club held its meetings on alternate Thursdays. Mr. Cooper emphasized the need for cooperation and assigned a specific project, such as stage make-up, types of scenery, modeling of a complete stage set, costuming, and other things to each member. By this system. the club was able to depend on certain people for necessary information. During the meetings. plays were presented and pantomimes given. Sev- eral representatives of the theatre also spoke. Each meeting was both enjoyable and absorbing. 'mtv' l-'ii'si: l-Illnzi liussl-ll, Breclim- Johnson, llormuiizi Gnmli-:rig Elaine llusl-mlial, liz-rthzi Solomon, Jziliim- Mily.:r'nm, Edith Houston, Rc-Uv Aslitiin, Mr. Lfoopl-r it-1-oiill: Luis XVulFingn-r, Marion Stof-leer, Geraldine Iienno, Blanche 'l'li:il, Nzmiim-ttv llri-1-ii. Elvauior Brill-slim, Ruth Dielil, Maury llkxtsuli, Nairn Aim-14, llairry XXX-slr-3' 'I'lxii'mI: Lzlurzi 4l'l'1nil1+-ll. Etlivl lin-iss, I"lm'n-iii+- flvu1'g'v, livln-4-:wi Jenin' Yau-al. l-Ixvlyn Siiylll-r, llc-i'ln'rt Vrilieii. .-Xiigvlivzi King, llvlllijll Ili-lliimilili, Mary Joni-s, .Jann-s Ili-Instr:-vt. Julius S4-liwilnmvr 9 ONE HUNDRED nv: Semor P ay Director MR. tirwoon Coomflt Mnnl:u.u ll'-iss-i, l-Irlnu ltuss--ll. m'h:u-If-A Yziiurliri, Ire-Ilv Kup--r "l-lay Fever". a highly successful comedy by Noel Coward, was chosen by the senior class as its annual production. It is the story of an eccentric fam- ily of four-the Blisses. The mother, Judith, is a former actress who believes that she is "positively slagmzllngu in their country home - the father, David is a writer-Sorel, the daughter, is a spoiled darling - and Simon, the son. a self-admiring artist. What happens when their four unacquainted guests are gathered together for a weekend house party at the Blisses' results in a riot of comedy. As has been the custom in past years, two entirely different casts were chosen, one for each night. Because of the excellent coaching and the long hours of practice, both casts were unusually good. Each cast interpreted its roles in a different manner and in so doing gave variety and distinction to the production. The sale of tickets, making an all-time record, indicated its success and made the l939 production one which will be remembered with delight and sin- cere appreciation. W Imintlly Nliisain. Many Join-za, .Inrnvs Ili-rristrvi-t, ll'-rmzxni ONE HUNDRED SIX . H-milf-:ll'. Julius S:-hwimlm-1' Hay Fever l7l.'Bl.lCI'liY lVl1XNAGERS Peter Vokelish lirancis Muclxlin SAl,l5S Nl:XN.'XGliRS Robley Sha neberger Sam Lipari James Soroka Evelyn Brassaw l,ROMP'l'liRS Florence D'Huyvetters Jessie Pickel Alice XVolfe Marx' Ann Mohr l7ROPER'l'Y MANACJKSRS Gordon Lowe Richard Lewis Jack Brubaker l7redrica Boehmer Doris Serfas Kathleen Baumeister Judith Bliss David Bliss Sorel Bliss Simon Bliss Sandy Myra Richard Jackie Clara Mziliaigi-rs ot' Si-iiim' l'lziy Ili-sl Kzitlilvi-ii liziuiii i mir Xlairx J-im Miililm-r i-ish-r, lfiw-ili'ii-4 Howli- N-imiil. 111. timpi-r. John Ki-I-lc. .lm-lc 2-i Miki-i-, lhirtluii Im I i 1 wi- -l LW ha Hn-'tty Aslitoii. XYilliuni Mi-Ellmrif. Nziiivy Sliilliilgi-r, Tliumzis Ar'honli:1r-li. Edith Houston CHARACTERS Hermann Goodear Bette Ashton Julius Schwimmcr Willian1 McElhare Mary Jones Edith Houston James Hemstreet Thomas Achenbach Charles Vaughn Harry Wesley Edna Russell Bertha Solomon Montague Geiser XViIIiam Rickcr Irene Kuper Helen Collins Dorothy Schwarz Nancy Shillinger htziiiilixigr XYilli: it Iiilli '. en Vollins ll l Fl Svzxtwl: Hvrtlizl Soliiiiion. YY1'SlQ'5' ONE Hunoneo seven e if Prophec Probably the greatest jolt I have ever received was that which I got recently when I went back to my old home town --- Easton. Twenty years of absence, during which I had lived on a small island in the Pacific, where I was engaged in writing a book entitled "The Daily Life of an Oyster" had left me strangely ignorant of the doings back home. So when I decided to take a much needed vacation and arrived in San Francisco aboard a Chinese junk piloted by Monte Cieiser, my first step was to seek an airplane office to ask about planes to Easton. The agent, to my surprise, informed me in broken Eng- lish that there were four fields in Easton. As soon as I heard him speak, I recognized him as my old friend Jack Brubaker, the fellow who used to talk out of the side of his mouth. I remember how I used to chide him about this habit. I would have enjoyed a talk with him, but my plane was leaving and I was forced to say a hasty good-bye. On the plane I was again reminded of my high-school days as I recognized the hostess --- Ann Oyer. She said this was her first trip east in many years because her run had been from Mexico City to Sitka, Alaska, "And," she continued, "guess whom I see everytime I am in Mexico City --- Irene Kuper. She married the president of Mexico, and often entertains me at the palace." Ann also told me about two other classmates, Joe Chandler and Bob Metz, who were traveling through Mexico giving their remarkable exhibition of trained goldfish. When we reached Chicago, a very stout man boarded the plane and took the seat next to me. He introduced himself as Joseph M. lVloDavis, foremost Chicago banker. It took me some time to real- ize that this was the same Joe who had slept behind me in history class at Easton High. I-le had many queer stories to tell, the funniest about our president, Jim Gaffney. It seems that Jim had made a fortune giving dare-devil performances throughout Chicago. I-Iis most famous was flag-pole sitting on top of the 170 story Wrigley building. , ,. Q. . ...-'-. .- f, , Hi? lk WE? Soon the plane steward, who turned out to be Sam Lipari, an- nounced that we were about to land at the North Airport in Easton where we could take locals for the metropolitan area. This remark puzzled me, and I was still more puzzled when I stepped out of the plane and learned that this airport was at Nazareth, now a suburb of Easton. I turned to a man at a desk nearby to get information about reaching the business district. It was Jack Smith, but he said he couldn't tell me anything about the business district, because bus- iness meant nothing to him. The next person I asked seemed more intelligent. Seeing my bewilderment, he offered to fly me into the city himself. On the way in, he said he was Skip Paul, retired stove and coffee-pot man. As I looked from the plane at the sight below, I was amazed at the size of the city and its evident prosperity. Could this be the sleepy little town I had left behind me? Skip laughed when I spoke of it. "Ha," he said, "you don't know what hustlers we have here nowadays. Do you remember the thousand dollars that Jack Bryant won in a newspaper contest during our senior year at high school? Well, he used that money to get into politics. I-Ie's our mayor now. In fact, the class of 1939 has produced several good mayors --- Jim I-Iemstreet and Jay Gruver among them, and they have all done good jobs. And why not? Don't you realize that our graduation June, 1939, was under the most favorable signs of the planets?" "Do you see those green patches of trees down there?" he con- tinued. "Those are playgrounds placed at every several blocks throughout the city so that the children won't have to play in the streets. That idea originated with Fillette Lehr, the president of the women's club. And she had a fine civic committee to back her up too. When the city council refused to provide the parks she asked for, she and the committee went out and began to tear down the condemned houses themselves. You should have seen Nlarge Boyle, Betty Forrester, Frances I-Ialpin, and Gretchen Iehle wielding sledge hammers, and Ann Louise Miller leading groups of children to carry away the debris. When we saw what the women were doing we had to assist, so that now we have a wonderful system of small parks throughout the city." 224- 1.5 gl 25 5?-WF S, ' 1 5 -'57 I ':,, 'T 1 'CU '.. 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Arlington Smickle had seen the possibilities of it, and had formed a company and bought all the land north of the city and erected great plants for dehydrating it, so that now Easton was the alfalfa center of the world, and Smickle was known everywhere as Alfalfa Arly. Dick Waer, working in his chemical laboratory, had discovered a method for making alfalfa into a cool summer fabric, much cheaper than Palm Beach cloth, and much more durable. The huge factories I would see in the Bethlehem suburban district were those of Jack Wallaesa, whose slogan was, "We dress the world in summer". I left my stout friends to put on more weight with their dessert, and just outside I met Alice Wolfe packing five small children into a car. She said she was going out to the Fair. "It's very educational, you know," and she invited me to go with her. On the way out I learned more news of Easton. We passed through a large Plaza twice as large as the old square and surrounded by handsome build- ings. "Vic Darnell did that," she said. "I-le was an architect out of a job and he came here and employed Bill Hoff. the detective, to get something on all our leading men, which, as you imagine, wasn't very hard, since they were all thirty-niners. Then he held them up for money and support in building a new center-city. I-Ie made a huge fortune out of it, and now he spends his time fishing for frogs in the park pools. He says that is what he wanted to do all his life." We reached the site of the Fair, a larger and more imposing spectacle than I would have thought possible, and leaving Alice to take her little family to hear a lecture on "Why I Committed Sui- cide" by May Chandler, I strolled about. Someone thrust a paper into my hand. It was a program of events. At two o'clock, a fountain would be dedicated to the noble soul who had made this fair possible --- John Mclnerney. I certainly must attend that: I followed the sound of music and made my way to the scene of the big event. Helen Collins, Angelica King, and Rosalie Mansback were entertaining a large crowd with a prevue of their famous follies 2:1 of 1966. As I gazed, Richard Carey came forward and began to speak. I couldn't hear his words, but finally he unveiled the foun- tain. It was, of all things. the figure of a donkey. I entered a building. a peculiar affair called "Eun for Fools." There I saw Irene Frankfort doing a snake dance, and Jack Christ- man and Edith Houston trying hard to fool the crowd with some magic tricks that were old in l939. This performance was the last and cruelest jolt of all. I had seen as much as I could bear, so in much confusion I hastened to the airport and jumped into a plane. It turned out to be a plane heading west. After a short time. my thoughts recurred to a remark I had heard which, in my amazement, I had barely understood. The class of '39 and the planets! I pulled out a vest pocket treatise on astrology, which I always carried with me and began to work out a horoscope for the class of '39, which had gone out into the world June Zlst, I939. Sure enough, under the influence of Cancer, its members were executives, scientists, and philanthropists full of energy and creative ability. They couldn't have failed to make a better Easton. As the plane sped toward the setting sun, my thoughts returned to the time when the class had started out with only their diplomas, congratulations, and hope. I-low fortunate I was to have been born in America! How lucky I was to be a member of the grandest class ever to be graduated from Easton High School! George Pittenger ff mg 451 Hwetvef 5? W.. A- up S 'snr fi , '1' I 'G I., 23. 41 I? ,312 f 14. 1, , , .. . f.. X mf- 1- ,, I ' gl, 7 ,g R. 'M f 1 . vi f Jam I .. u Hx k 4 Q.. i . Pr 1, 5. , L ' I -ell' n'. n Tw r n 'L 1. I :A ,:',. .mg ag. ,.M, - J . fa it 'Ml . fe V. 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