Emmaus High School - Tattler Yearbook (Emmaus, PA)
- Class of 1935
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Text from Pages 1 - 102 of the 1935 volume:
6Jiz0,. . . . .CLARENCE MARTIN
Qusims QOQMQW . DORIS DAY
The purpose of the 1935 Yearbook is
to review the activities of the Emaus l-ligh School.
For the public, it presents a picture of
school life as enjoyed by E. l-l. S. students.
For the Seniors of 1935, it is a pleasant
reminder of their joyous past. - -
For the oncoming classes, it provides a
glimpse of those vvho have passed from the student
body. ----' -
C E A S S E S
FE A T II R E S
A T EI E E T I C S
HE CLASS of 1935 dedicates this volume
of the Tattler Yearbook to the Spirit of the
Future, which we nope will encourage the
oncoming classes to continue and improve the
work of our Alma Mater .---
I I: CLARENCE MARTIN
WILMER De ESCH
Class History Class Poem
DONALD WIEAND MURRAY IOBST
CLAIRE NEIMEYER RACI-IEL FABER
Class Will Snapshot Editor
MILDRED LAUER ROGER I-IERMANY
CARL WIEDA MARY KRATZER
MELVA WEIDNER ANITA PALM
PAULINE WIEDER 'VIRGINIA ROTI-I
Business Manager Assistant Business Manager
DORIS DAY MELVIN BAUMGARTNER
Advertising Managers Circulation Managers
JAMES I-IINKLE ANNA GILBERT
CLAIRE NEIMEYER MARY KRATZER
MELVIN BAUMGARTNER RACHEL EABER
DONALD KLINE MELVA WEIDNER
ALTI-IEA RITTER MILDRED MILLER
MISS GLADYS I-IAUSER MISS JOYCE E. BEARY
As we plod thru liieis road, stepping,
Climbing up those roclcy hills,
We will ever hold in keeping
Thoughts oi these dear wisdom mills.
Alma Materl Alma Mater!
l'lear our song o thanlcs to theel
l"lold in lceeping,
Joy and weeping,
l-lold our blessed memory.
l-leer these silent stone walls shouting,
l-lear their words oi would-be woe
l-leer them plead with hopes and doubting
Hear them tell us not to gol
Gone is our gay "learned" company,
Gone those days which are oi yore,
Much we did in rooms now empty,
Things vve'll do and see no morel
Message -l-o Seniors
T is not an easy taslc to Write a iew vvords oi farewell
and encouragement to the present graduating class.
The high school graduates who have gone out
into the world in the past live years have laced a staggering
array ol problems. A society that once was solicitous
lor their education, and spent money freely on it, now
ignores them. They are ready to vvorl4, but they have
no jobs. instead, they see well-trained adults jostled
out of their places, oiten throvvn on public relief, by
economic forces apparently as uncontrolled as an un-
anchored gun on the declc of a rolling ship.
While you, members ol the class of 1935, are facing
a difficult situation, you must not become discouraged-
l'le who carries the lamp shall not despair, even though
the night is long. Through hard vvorlc, supported by
patience, faith, and understanding, your heaviest problems
will in due time reach a reasonable solution.
Your dreams while in school may not materialize.
Circumstances may compel you to accept vvorlc which
you dislilce. There is no vvorlt that is without some un-
pleasant part to it. A good way to relieve the monotony
of your vvorlc is to thinlc out ways of improving it. The
greater the struggle and the more complete your plan,
the bigger vvill be your achievement and your joy in it.
My best Wishes to all ol you.
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I Secretary Treasurer
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HOWARD J. YEAGER
State Teachers College, Kutztown, Franklin
and Marshall College, Bfx., 1911, Lehigh
University, MJX., 1923, Graduate courses,
During our years in high school, the Class
of 1935 has been lotunate in having
a competent executive, vvho has done
everything in his power for our benefit.
We have been more than thanlcful lor his
helpful aid and advice in lceeping us on
the right road.
State Teachers College, Kutztown, 1907,
Muhlenberg College, BS., 1925, Graduate
courses Muhlenberg College, 1996 and
Although the Class oi 1935 bids Farewell
to their Alma Mater, the untiring efforts of
the Principal ancl the wonderful coopera-
tion he has shown during the years that
the Class has lcnovvn him shall never be
ALLEN F. l-lEl.l.ER
Principal - Mathematics
I JOYCE E. BEARY
, . AB., Moravian College for Women,
1924, Graduate courses, Lehigh ,Uni-
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HARVEY l-l. BECKER BERENICE E. STRAUSBAUGH ERROL K. PETERS
Science l-lore? Elconomics, Music
Kutztown State Teachers College, 1909, Ot es' Muhlenberg College, West Chester
B.S., Muhlenberg College, 1926. B.S., Drexel lnstitute, 1929. State Teachers College, Nevv Vorlc Univ
GLADYS B. l-IAUSER
Keystone State Teachers College, 1918,
B.S., Temple University, 1933.
WlLLlAM S. GHSSINGER MIRIAM F. KLINE ELWOOD L. ORTT
Mathematics, History and French Latin
German' A B., Bucknell University, 1929. Keystone State Teachers College, 1924,
Ph.B., Muhlenberg College, 1928. B-A-, Muhlenberg C0ll28Cf1997ilVl'A-1
Lehigh University, 1933.
Ti-I ELMA L. STORTZ
Home Economics, Foods
Salem College, Winston-Salem, North
Carolina, BS., Temple University.
HARVEY O. WALBERT
History and Art
B,S., Kutztovvn State Teachers College,
HOWARD K. DEISCHER
Kutztown State Teachers College, 1925,
Ph.B., Muhlenberg College, 1929, NMA.,
University of Pennsylvania, 1932.
CLARICE MAE KIRK
B.S., Drexel Institute, 1933.
OSCAR V. SANDT
lndustrial Arts, Agriculture
East Stroudsburg Teachers College, 1910,
Muhlenberg College,193Q, Pennsylvania
State College, 1934.
MARY A. BAKER
B.A., Moravian College for Women
WARREN A. SASSAMAN ANNA I-I. MILES ,
B.S., Muhlenberg College, 1928, Grad- State Teachers College, Bloomsburg, Pa.
uate courses, Cornell University. 1911, Extension Work, Columbia Univ
ALBERT S. BENFIELD
State Teachers College, 1915, AB.,
Muhlenberg College, 1996, A.M.,
New York University ,'l928, University
of Zurich, Switzerland, 1932-33.
DONALD A. SAVITZ
Physical Education, Coach
B.S., State Teachers College, Stroudsburg
Pa., 1930, Graduate courses Pennsyl-
vania State College. .
N September Q, 1930, we entered Emaus High School strong in number, but
extremely green. After several weeks of 'Sophomore-dodging", we felt
at ease and settled down to our worlc. Two members of our class were awarded
letters in football, and the Junior High Baslcetball Team, composed of Freshmen boys,
enjoyed the most successful season in its history. Freshmen debating was equally
successful. The first year of our High School life was over before we lcnew it,
ln September, 'l93'l, we again entered Emaus High School. This year we
enjoyed ufreshmen-huntingn before settling down to worl4. Our most successful
social event was the Sophomore Valentine Party held in the gymnasium. Activities
of all lcinds received ample support from the Sophomore Class. Ten of our boys and
girls received varsity letters. Did we enjoy our vacation?
The tolling of the old historic Central School bell again brought us baclc to
Emaus High School. ln our Junior year we set aside all other social events to con-
centrate on the annual Junior Prom, held in the Owlfs Home on March 'l6, 1934.
Splendid cooperation on the part of the committees made possible a very successful
affair. The annual Junior Qratorical Contest was very successful. Several Juniors
interested in debating and oratory joined the National Forensic Club. The brawn and
muscle of the class again answered the various calls for athletics, helping to malce the
most successful football team in the history of E, H. S. Five Juniors played on the
championship baseball team, a team of which all Emaus is proud. Again Junior boys
and girls received letters for varsity basketball service. We had concentrated so much
on the Junior Prom, the Junior Oratorical Contest, and the various sports that we
scarcely realized that another year of our High School life had departed.
Almost unconscious of the fact that this was our last year in Emaus High School,
we entered our Senior term, which proved to be the most outstanding and enjoyable
of them all, due partly to many social events. The first of these was a Hallowe'en
Party, at which the Juniors were guests. Several seasonal dances were sponsored by
the Senior Class. The last and most successful event was the Senior Ball, the last
meeting of the class. Senior debating was very successful and, as in previous years,
many Senior boys carried the colors of Green and Gold through several tough athletic
Now our High School life is over and we must separate to face life as individuals
and not as a class. We leave our Alma Mater with heavy hearts,
As we must go
And leave behind
The things we lcnow
We'll never Find,
As we go on
To reach the dawn,
'Tis sorrow true
For me and you.
To say farewell,
To bid adieu
And not to let
Those eyes shed tear
As of the years
That passed beiore
We think once more
Just what a fool
That one has been
To call their school
A "dump", a Hjailu.
We then turn pale
ln shame, and prize
Fa rewe II
We've reached our goal,
But goals ahead
Show, on the whole,
That we are dead,
For as one dies,
Cn death bed lies,
And dying last
l-le sees the past.
So as we go
ln circles 'round,
And steadily grow
Until we've found
That as we start,
Thus we depart,
Loolc baclc, and then
Then why have sorrow,
Why be blue,
Will light our way,-
And we will say
'Tis sweet farewell,
And all is well.
Class President, 3-43 Science Club, 13 Football, 2-5-45 Basket-
ball, I-2-3, Hi-Y Club, 5-43 Dramatics, I-4,' Monitor Club,
3-4, Triangular Debating, 4, Tattler Staj, 4,
Behold! The President! "Chick" never worries about his
exams 'cause he studies quite diligently every night. Another
of our handsome athletes, and can he act innocent?'?? I-lis
chiefdelight is annoying neighbors in Rooms 'IQ and 13. "Chick"
is everything a girl desires, and, girls, he is as yet unattachedlll
CLyons and Fifth Street excluded.D James is interested in engin-
Class V. Pres., Ig Pres., 2, Science Club, Ig Tattler Staj,
Asst. Editor, 33 Editor, 4, Dramatics, 2-5-4,' Orchestra, 4,
,6r.POratorical Contest, 3, Hi-Y Club, 3-4 CChaplI1in 3,
l-lere is the most dependable person in the whole Senior
Class. i'Matz" worked hard this year to help bring success to
the Tattler. l-lis work was well done and he certainly is to be
congratulated. Besides being editor of the Tattler, "Matz"
was a member of the Triangular Debating Team. We knovv that
the girl who "hooks" "Matz" will be benefited by his many
eering. Good Luck, K'Chick."
Chorus, 2-45 Forensic Club, 5-45 Debating, 4g jr. Oratarical
Contest, 5, Dnzmatics, 5-4, Tattler Stajf, 5-4.
Hark! Who is playing the piano? None other than Doris,
entertaining Peg, Mary, and Ginnie. Quite timid till you know
her but after that you find a fine sense of humor. Favorite
pastime seems to be laughing, but when it comes to studies, she
knows her "stuff". Prize orator and cake seller. Doris intends
to go either to College or to continue her music lessons. Best
wishes for success,
Science Club, Ig Baseball, 1-2-3-4, Track,
1,Chorus, 25 V, Pres. of Class, 344, Taltler
..2'tzZf,14g Dramatics, 4, Hi-Y, 5-45 Foot-
a , .
Melvin is our pitching ace, and he sure does
make batters look cheap. "Lefty" served on
the team for four years. "Baumy" is a rather
quiet sort of a chap who ranks very high in his
studies. l-le especially excells in Commercial
The class is unable to accuse "Leltyl' of
any "tems," but we know that some girl will
be lucky enough to land him.
RACHEL STAH l.El2 BRQTZMAN
Traveling Club, Ig Class Repsrter. 43
Dramalics, 4,' Yearbook, 4.
"Good things come in small packages" is
true in this case. "Tiny" is small but she knows
her studies. She is interested in almost anything
-especially historic things. "Tiny" does not
seem to bother with the opposite sex but we
never can tell. She is undecided what she will
do when she leaves school. Luck be with
Chorus. I-2-4, Pres., 41jr. Varsity Basket-
ball, l-2, Varsity, 3, Student Manager, 4,
Latin Club, 1, Tatller. I-41 Gym Team, 33
Dramalics, 1-2-3-41 Girl Reserves, 1,
Presenting LaRue Adams, one of the blondes
of the class. Although usually smiling ,she is
really quite serious at times. All through her
four years LaRue proved quite an asset in our
operettas with her deep contralto voice. 'iFat"
prefers to ride in a "chewy"-we wonder
why. LaRue would like to take a secretarial
course at Moravian. Best of luck!
Football, 4, Baseball, 55 Orchestra, I-2-5-45
l-lands off, girls, he's taken. l-lis ball and
chain is a fair member of the Sophomore class.
"Jimmy" is interested in music and baseball, and
his ambition is to play in the big leagues some
day. No, l don't mean play his trumpet, but
play ball. Whatever you engage in, "Jimmy",
we know you'll succeed as long as you keep
Latin Club, I,' Orchestra, I-2-3'-43 Chorus, 4g
Tattler Staff, 43 Hi-Y Club, 3-4 Debating,
35 Football, 3-4, Dramatics, I-3-4.
Presenting the fiddler of the class-"Bobby"
has served as a member of the orchestra for six
years. "Bobby" is a typical modern sheik and
always is ready to "go places and do things."
"Bobby" is interested in sports and proved to
be an asset to the varsity football squad in the
last two seasons. With your smile and personal-
ity the dark world will be brightened!
ALMA CAROLINE DIEI-lL
Little Theatre Club, Ig Chorus, 1-2,
"Al" is a quiet girl but she gets her work
donefand helps others alongf "Al" is liked
by everyone because she does not have a
temper. "Al" is interested in commercial
subjects. Therefore, she will be a satisfactory
stenographer for some good-looking fellow.
"Al" does not bother with the opposite sex.
We never can tell. l-lere's wishing you great
MABEL LORRAINE DeLONG
Little Thcxter Club, lj Chorus, I-2-45
Orchestra, I-2-5-45 Class Treas. 4.
Behold the "Fiddler' of the class. "Curly"
not only knows her fiddle but also her studies.
Also fond of dancing. "Curly" would be a
good debater for no one can change her mind
when it is set. She has decided to enter the
Commercial world, for she knows Commercial
subjects. She has always done good work.
Keep it up "Curly",
Chorus, I-2-45 Latin Club, Ig Dramutics,
2-3-43 Hi-Y Club, 5-4 CSec. 5 Pres. 453
Tattler Staj, 5-45 Asst Class Yreas., 4.
Meet "Vimer"-a very active member of
the class. l-le is always busy and has many
things to take care of-including the Ford and
his girl friend. "Vimer" is some joker when
you know him, otherwise rather quiet. But
did you ever see him play basketball? "Vimer"
expects to continue his studies at Muhlenberg.
We wish you the best of luck.
Basketball, I-2-5-4, Co- Captain 5-45 Foot-
ball, 5-45 Science Club, lg Dramalics, 5.
Here comes another athlete. Ulfbn was
quite flashy on the basketball court this year.
l-le took all the games seriously and tried his
best. "Eb"is an active member ofthe class and
is liked by everyone. lfyou take life as seriously
as you did basketball, success will be yours.
KATHRYN RUTI-I ENGELMAN
Little Theatre Club, Ig Forensic Club, 2-5,-
Tattler SMH, 5-4.
Here is one of the fair members of our class
who hails from that big city of Vera Cruz.
"Kassie" is one of the honor students of the
class and is always willing to do more than her
share of any piece of work for the class or
school. Kathryn is the type ol girl who appreci-
ates a good joke and generally has one to
offer in return.
ESTELLA MABEL DRIES
Dramaticsg I-4 Chorus, I-43 Economics
"Shorty" is another one of those quiet
girls. l-ler work is always done. "Shorty"
tries to please everybody. "Shorty'i has her
own ideas and never gives up. "Shorty" is
another one of those girls who expects to go
to take an extra course in secretarial work.
"Shorty" will be another stenographer. We
wish you the best of luck. Go to it "Shorty",
ScoulClub,Ig Chorus, Ig junior Prom
Committee, 53 Chairman, Class Gift
That's itl The champion automobile sales-
man ol the class happens to be none other than
Francis Gehman. Francis believes in the cars
his father is selling and will boost the Chrysler
and Plymouth through thick and thin. ln school,
"Franny" believes in the motto, "Silence is
golden". This motto gains for Francis the
respect of all his classmates.
Latin Club, 1gOrchestra, I-2-5-45 QPres. 4b.
"Gery" is another "big fish in a little pondn.
The little pond is Alburtis where men are men
and women flock for them. Gery is a lover of
nature-especially the species which wallcs on
two legs and high heels. Girls, if you ever
hear a screeching noise don't get a mouse trap:
it's just "Gery" and his violin serenading you.
Lot's of luclc, Gery.
Arlene came to Emaus from Topton in her
Junior year. This is one lady who can be
trusted with secretsi in fact, very few lcnew she
could play the piano until after our Senior
Class play. Arlene's chief hobby is languages.
ls there a reason'?'?'? Will they help her when
she meets that one and only'?'?'?'? She day-
dreams, now, quite a lot. Good luck!
Chorus, I-2-45 Drarnatics, I-2-3-45 Little
Theatre Club, 11 Basketball, 1-2-5-4g
Monitor Club, 5-45 Tattler Staj, 45 Red
Cross, 45 Year Book Staf, 4.
l-lere's one of our happy-go-luclcy girls-
but why not? "Faber" is showered with
plenty of attention from one of the faithful
Juniors. She is a good pal to all. Rachel has
expressed the desire to worlc in an office and
we lcnow she will be able to do whatever is
required of her providing she does not travel
down the 'lmatrimonial road" first.
Latin Club, Ig History Club, Ig Dramolics,
2g Year Book Staf, 4.
Behold! one of the modern maidens of the
class. "Geisty" has proven herself capable of
undergoing any responsibility. lf she isnlt
laughing with ulweedlesn, she's reading a
boolc-the one way of keeping out of mischief.
Evelyn has an idea that she will work in the
office of "Laudenslager and Geist", and we
know that whatever she attempts will be
Varsity Football, 2-3'-45 jr. Varsity Basket-
ball, 4,4 Science Club, 1,
"Wheel" That's Normanls favorite express-
ion-quite a good sport but when he became
angry-the typewriters in typing class certainly
did take it! Little but mighty is "Salty"-
especially when playing football. We are
told that Norman is quite interested in Longsdale.
We can imagine why! Can you'?'? "Salty"
belongs to the National Guards, and may enlist
after graduating. Best of luck, "Norm"
ANNA S. GILBERT
Latin Club, Ig Chorus, 15 Forensic Club,
3'-45 Debating, I-2-3-43 Tattler Staj, 43
Oratorical Contest, Kg Year Book Staf, 4.
Anna is our best debater-and can she
argue? She certainly can study and sew! ! This
girl wants to buy all the merchandise for some
big department store. Anna and Lillie are
always together-they are seen everywhere.
Anna, keep on studying and arguing and you
will surely reach your goal. We wish you the
best of luck!
Chorus, 2-43 Orchestra, I-2-3-43 Varsity
Basketball, 2-33 Health Club, 13 Tattler
Did you say she was modest?-shy? If
you say so, you don't know her, for "Kecky" is
the life of any party with her innocent "Cracks".
What's all the noise on Fifth Street? Oh, it's
"Kecky's sax". Annette takes a great interest
in basketball and a certain Junior'?'?'? Kecky
likes her gum and always sticks to it. Annette
will continue her education at Moravian.
Science Club, lg Basketball, I-2-3-4, C0-
Captain, 5-43 Football, 2-3'-4,
An argument4Subject'?'?-EootbalI. "Weck"
can't help being in it! Weck has showed skill
in basketball and football for four years. Frankly,
did some maiden come to see the games, or
Weck? And can he drive a Dodge! l-lowever,
Fred, it isn't polite to enter front doors without
knocking! Weck aims to be a coach and will
continue his education at East Stroudsburg.
Latin Club, Ig Hi-Y Club, 4.
"Sheik" is the backwoodsman of the class,
his home being near Breinigsville. i'Sheik"
came among us in our Freshman year. l-le is a
quiet person but always shares the funny
things that happen. "Sheik" is interested in
sports and he always is ready for any arguments
that may arise. The class is sure you will
succeed and we wish you piles and piles
Chorus, I-2-45 Music Club, Ig Drumilics,
I-2-5-45 'llztller Stu-lf, 45 Monitor Club,
5-4,' Class Secretary, I-4gjr, Oratoricul, 5.
What's that rumpus? Oh, only Mary and
the rest of the gang arriving. Mary loves a
joke-even on herself. Likes singing-and can
she sing? Quite attractive to the opposite
sex, and when a certain "he" sings, "Dinah",
she becomes quite irresistable l ll "Notzer"
is going into training. Beware of an "l don't
wanna get well" epidemic in men's wards,
Go to it, Mary.
Latin Club, 1gForensic Club, 3-45 Debating,
I-2-3'-4, Taltler Staf, 4.
Kathryn is one of the best debators-she
certainly can talk anytime. Kathryn knows her
lessons-she ranks in the highest quarter of
the class. Kathryn never went in for sports-
but,fdid you ever hear Kathryn cheer at the
games? Kathryn expects to be a nurse-we
wish her the best of luck. Don't forget to have
a cheery smile for everyone.
Health Club. I3 Aviation Club, Ig junior
Chorus, lg Hi-Y Club, 4.
Did l hear someone mention L'l3opeye?" Be
careful, you can never tell what may happen
when he's about. l-lels quiet but plenty sly,
always thinking of some trick to Hpullf'
"Popeye" is well liked by everyone because ol
that mischievous look in his face and because
he is always content. 'KPopeye" is undecided
about his future, but with his disposition we
know he will make good.
Dramatics 43 Chorus, 4,' Tatller Staj, 43
Aviation Club, l.
Roger is the sheik of the commercial class.
Roger picked a good buddy in "Franny" lor
both boys are naturally quiet. Though Roger
is a quiet sort of fellow, he takes part in school
activities. At present Roger is Editor of the
Literary Supplement of the Tattler. From all
indications Roger has already picked his favorite
jr. Varsity Basketball, 1-2, Captain, 23
Varsity Basketball, 3-4, Captain: Gym
Team, 35 Cheerleader, 43 Music Club, Ig
Sr. Chorus, 45 Dramatics, I-2-3-43 Year
Book Slaf, 4.
What is there about this dark-haired, dark-
eyed maiden that seems to allure certain Seniors
-her smile? "Peg", like Claire, desires to
ride only in Ford Roadsters-why'?'? Now
when it's basketball, "Peggy" is always there
to cheer on that certain "Guard" and she
herself proved quite a captain of her team.
Mildred expects to take up Physical Education.
Book Club, Ig Chorus, 2-4.
"Freddie" is the one quiet girl of the class
-but you should hear her sing-and she also
is interested in Juniors. "Freddie" is always
working crossword puzzles-and sees almost
every movie brought out. "Freddie" wants to
be a stenographerAwe wish her luck.
"Freddie" always has Arlene at her side-
-they always work hand in hand. Always
keep on smiling, "Freddie,"
ROYAL RALPH l-HLLEGAS
junior Mechanics Club, I-2g Aviation
Club, 25 Hi-Y Club, 4.
l-lere he isl The daredevil of the class.
"l-lillie" is not exactly a daredevil in his classes
because he likes to think twice before he
recites. Roy happens to be an automobile
Speedster, but he can only get a person to ride
with him once. That one time is plenty for
an ordinary human being. Aside from being
a reckless driver, "l-lillien would like to be a
bookkeeper. l-lere's to you, "l-lillief'
Latin Club, I.
The dark-haired twin, from Macungie,
who smiles many times during the day. Kathryn
has not taken part in activities however, she
always helps to support school activities.
Kathryn and Mildred are inseparablefbut
Kathryn goes to the Grange oftener than
Mildred. Kathryn will also go to Kutztown to
become a teacher. Kathryn will certainly
succeed if she keeps on smiling.
PAULINE SUSAN LICHTENWALNER
Home Economics Club, If Sewing Contest,
5-4, First prize, Leh Contest
"Polly" is a bashiul seamstress of this class.
"A stitch in time saves nine," they say. "Polly"
will save plenty for the lucky fellow'??'?
"Polly" is willing to do anything for anybody.
Many have asked about her attendance at the
Grange. There are different reasons but we
have not come to conclusions about the oppo-
site sex. Good luck to you, "Polly."
MILDRED A. LICHTENWALNER
Latin Club, Ig Debating, Ig Dramatics, 4.
The fair-haired twin from Macungie. She
is very bright-her sunny disposition helps
her. Mildred wants to go to Kutztown to
study teaching. We know she will succeed,
her optimism will help her on. She may be
bashful, but she can certainly study. Although
Mildred does not take part in many activities,
she is willing to help anyone.
Chorus, I, junior Oratorical Contest, 5,
Dramatics, I-2-5-4, Monitor Club, 3-45
National Forensic Club, 5-41 Basketball,
3,43 Debating, 1-I-4.
"Honorable judges, most worthy op-
ponents and friendsnfyou guessed it- it's
Mildred, the debater. Mildred has proven
that she really can talk, not only in debates but
also in class. She is not only a good talker,
but also a shorthand shark. The employer who
lands this "peach" for a "stenog" is surely
getting something worth while.
Football, 1-2-5-45 Science Club, I, Pres.5
Hi-Y Club, 3-45 Dramatics, 1-2-5-45
Tattler Staf, 3-45 Basketball, 2-5-4.
l-lere comes the style-setter of the class.
Whenever a new style in wearing apparel
hits the school we know that "Wimpy" was
the creator. Everytime the curtain rises in
room 'I3 "Wimpy" is sure to be singing con-
tralto with the "Pajama Blouse Trio." Freshman! l
You bet he likes her. "Wimpy" expects to
enroll at Muhlenberg and start the long grind
of becoming a doctor.
Orchestra, I-2-5-45 Chorus, I-2-45 junior
Varsity Basketball, I-25 Varsity Basketball.
3-4, Co-Cabtain, 45 Cheer Leader, 3-45
Nz tional Forensic Club, 3'-45 Triangilar
Debating, 4g junior Oratarical Contest,55
Little Theatre Club, I5 Tattler Staj, 45
A girl, always last-always "schusseling,"
but surely a pall "Bettyl' is quite interested in
Dorney Park-must be the roller coaster-she
says she could stay on forever'?'?'? "Betty" is
some dancer and he knows itl Claire is an
all around sport-can do everything there is
to do. She expects to follow a musical career
at Syracuse. Good luck, old pal.
Little Theatre Club, I5 Debating, 45 Monitor
"And furthermore, l shall not change my
mindf' What was that? Only "Lu" trying to
convince someone that she will not change her
mind. She keeps on until she has won. When
it comes to Commercial Law "Lu" is always
on top. This is one girl who can argue. We
know that whatever Lucille attempts to do will
Aviation Club. 15jr,Chorus, 15 Hi- YClub.
41 Baseball, 45 Basketball 1-2-35 Orchestra,
I5 Track 2-35 Dramalics, I-2.
l-lere's the dark and "sheikIe" member of
our class. Joe likes girls in general, but we
haven't found any special one. l-le probably
believes that 'Kvariety is the spice of life,"
Joe was quite a help to the football team in
the last two years and often showed that he
could "take it." Joe intends to enter the
rrjiedical profession. May happiness be yours,
junior Mechanics Club, Ig Aeroplane Club,
lg Hi-Y Club, 43 Tattler Staj, 4g Drama-
Donald is another specimen of manhood from
Vera Cruz. "Donk" is a pal to all and has a
most pleasant personality. "Donk" usually
has his lessons well prepared and is generally
quiet and scholarly, but when he is aroused he
is hard to stop.
We know of no very close affinities but we
are certain some fair damsel will prove too
much for Donald.
Latin Club, 13 Betta Sigma Kappa, 13 jr,
High Chorus, Ig Sr. High Chorus, 3-45
Forensic Club, 3-43 Debating, 5-43 Monitor
2-5-45 Tattler Staff, 4, Dramatics,
An all 'round good friend and willing
worker is Anita-likes fun but knows when to
have it-only time she got in "dutch" was for
talking after the 8:30 bell. "Nita" has other
interests than just studying and talking. They
seem to be focused on a certain young man in
town. Anita hopes to enter training and we
are wishing her the best of luck.
"Pinky" is one of our best shorthand
students. l-lelen has always been active in
her studies-especially in her Senior year.
l-lelen's name has appeared on the honor roll
very often during the year. ul9inky" is interested
in a certain fellow in the Senior Class. Don't
worry, "Pinky," we won't tell. Laying all
kidding aside, l-lelen is a good sport and a
friend to everyone.
Health Club, I3 Hi-Y Club, 43 Chorus, 25
Oreheslra, Ig 'Tatller Staf, 45 Cheer-leader,
I-25 Dramalics, I-2-5-4.
"Ted"-known and liked by every one-
the class comedian and impersonator-Say!
l-las "Ted" rhythm'?'?ll Can he sing "Dinah'?"
What a swell orchestra leader hed bel ls it
his voice certain ufemsl' fall for? Welll "Ted"
has his opinions of certain "fems," Sh-hl Sports
interest "Ted," l-le knows just what a good
game is. "Ted" desires to go to Valley Forge
Military Academy. So long, pal.
Art Club, Igjunior Mechanics Club, 2.
lf silence is golden, Howard certainly is
on the gold standard. It takes nothing short
of an earthquake to get "Lehman" excited. But
if you crack a joke to him, he usually has one to
offer in return.
"Lehman" has proved himself to be a very
good student of commercial subjects, and should
he decide to enter business, his success would
Little Theatre Club, Ig Chorus, 1-2,' Drama-
tics, I-3, Tattler Stuff, 4.
One of the quiet, sociable girls of the
Commercial section is "Ritter." "A friend in
need is a friend indeed," was revealed during
her high school life. She has gained many
friendships and vve hope she will not neglect
them. We hope Althea's future will be
prosperous. She deserves all the world can
offer her. We wish you all the luclc and
NAQMI F.. PEGUESSE
Health Club, Ig Chorus, I-23 Dramatics, Ig
"Peggy" is popular in most groups because
she minds her ovvn business. She is active in
basketball. "Peggy" expects to talce up a
stenographic course and we lcnovv she will be
successful in whatever she tries to do. K'Peggy"
will become a good stenographer for any one.
The opposite sex does not bother "Peggy" very
much. Good luck.
Nat'l Forensic, 3-43 Theater Club, lg Class
V, Pres., 23 jr. Oratorical Contest, 3,
Cheerleader, 4g Hi-Y Club, 4, Dramatics,
I-2-3-4g Tattler Stal 45 Debating, I-2-5.
"Freddie" hails from the great city of
Vera Cruz, but most of his time is spent in Emaus.
Frederick is by no means the quietest boy
in the class, and he often puts good times first.
But when he wants to, he can do a good piece
"Freddie,' has a serious heart defect in the
freshman class, but we will mention no names.
Class President. I3 Gym Team, I-2-5-4,
Monitor Club, 2-5-4,' Hi-Y Club, 53
Varsity Football, l-2-5-4, Captain, 5, Co-
Captain, 4, Varsity Basketball, 1-2-5-4,'
Ca-Captain, 5-4, Baseball 2-5-43 Track, 1.
Another point for Emaus! "Dick" just scored
again! Yes, he is an all around athlete, having
been on the varsity baseball, basketball, and
football teams lor the last Four years. Now
why is everyone laughing? Llmph? Room 'I3
is having another show and "Dick" is the alto
of the Pajama Blouse Trio? "Dick" intends to
take a course in Physical Education at East
Music Club, 13 Forensic Club, 5-43 Gym
Team, 5g Chorus, 45 Year Book Staff, 41
Laughing!! Who can it be'?'? No one but
"Ginnie" could giggle like that. "Ginnie"
never misses a dance and she certainly can
dancefespecially to that number "Sweetie
Pie." Can she be serious? Well, yes, but why?
ls it her interest in the Senior Class'?'? All in all,
"Ginnie,' is ambitious, she intends to take a
Cgmmercial Course at college. Best of luck,
Girl Reserves, lg Chorus, I-2-4.
Dorothea is one of our Commercial students.
We Find that "Dot" is not entirely immune to
the opposite sex. We wonder why a certain
limousine passes her house so often. lt's all
right, "Dot", we won't tell. Dorothea seems to
be interested in typing and if she chooses it
for her vocation we are sure that she is bound
Varsity Baseball, 5-43 Varsity Basketball
45 Orchestra, 53 Band, 5,
Slide,Kelley,Slidel Outathome! Another
"put out" by "Rohrbach," the backstop ol our
baseball team. Yes, sir, whenever you hear
anyone talking about baseball you know
"Rohrbach" is about. This boy joined our
class in his Junior Year and hails from that
great metropolis Topton. "Rohrbach" thinks
he may take up the instruction of physical
education. l-lere's wishing you lots of luck.
Orchestra, 4g Chorus, 45 Dramatics, 4.
Our only Longswamp representative, this
year, is Allen. Having been with us only this
one year, we are unable to reveal his secrets.
Lucky boy .... l Studious after a fashion, and
always rather quiet. Allen always appreciates
a good joke. ls quite a musician, and plays a
trumpet. Says he has a "secret passion", but
no one knows her. l-le is undecided about his
vocation. Success, Allen.
History Club, Ig Chorus, 2 Orchestra, 5-4.
"Pardon me, but shouldn't you have given
me a nickel more?" Oh, that's just "Schantzy"
giving the wrong change to one ofthe customers
of Reese and Schantz. If you want to see some-
thing really good, watch "Schantzy" play
baseball. She certainly can send that ball
flying. Miriam knows her bookkeeping and
we know she will succeed in whatever she
attempts to clo.
Dramatics, lg Chorus, lg Monitor Club, 3'-4.
Well, well, well! here comes "dignified"
in person. Lillie is a good sport and has a keen
sense of humor. Lillie has always stuck to her
lessons like glue and we congratulate her for
it. As far as we know, a business world
seems entirely the wrong field for Lillie. We
know Lillie will fit into the kitchen and we
wish her happiness.
Scouters Club, lg Latin Club, 1.
"Sailor" says the best season of the year is
hunting season. .lust give him a gun and he'll
feel at home. l suppose he's such a good
shot because he makes use ol geometry in
hunting. lf you're ever puzzled with a geometry
problem, bring it to 'LSailor" and your troubles
are over. His future is undecided but we
know that he'll "shoot it out."
Latin Club, 1.
"Little but mighty!" That saying fits
"Welly" like a glove. You ought to see him eat
Hdoggiesn. Doggies are not his only weakness,
because he likes Freshmen too. Whenever
"Fat" is not laughing, he's sleeping, and when
he's sleeping no one is laughing. All kidding,
aside, "Welly" is one of the best friends a
person can have. His pleasing personality
will be an advantage in later life.
Dramatics, I-2-43 Varsity Basketball, 5-45
Monitor Club, 5-4, Chorus, I-4, Orchestra,
1-23 Girl Reserves, lg junior Varsity, 1.
l-lereis to the girl with chestnut brown hair,
blue eyes, beaming smile! Yes, and she can
beat you giggling! "Vicki" is bound to get
what she wants and we know some day she'll
be a nurse in some doctor's office. "Vicki"
was a hit in "Girl Shy" as Aunt Caroline.
What's all this about Catasauqua? ls she
interested'?'? Well, bye-bye, "Vicki",
Latin Club, 1, Debating, I-2-5, Varsity
Basketball, 3-43 jr. Varsity Basketball,
I-2, Forensic Club, 55 Dramatics, 4.
Mae is the basketball player of the class.
And she plays a clean game. She is a good
listener-but she can talk. Mae is easy to get
along with-Russ says so-Mae and Kathryn
are inseparable. They are continually talking
when together. Mae wants to be a nurse.
ln this she will succeed with her happy smile.
Bella Sigma Kappa, lg Radio Club, lg
Football. I-2-5-4, Baseball, I-2-5-43 Moni-
tor Club, 2, Hi-Y Club, 4.
Behold, one of the football starsl Yes,
"DidIey" served on the football team four years,
and the baseball team for four years.
Donald is one of the class ring-leaders, and
is seldom amongst the quiet people of the class,
but this does not mean that he cannot study.
"Didley" seems to be like putty in the hands of
certain girls, whose names we will not mention.
Football, 43 Senior Class Play CStage
l-lere's the soprano ofthe "Pajama Blouse
Trio." "Ronnie" came to E. l-l. S. in his Junior
year from the West where he had been exploring
among the Indians. l-le is interested in art
and has quite a display of his works. On
graduating, "Ronnie" expects to go back West
and continue his exploits in Indian territory.
Go to it, "Ronnie", and whatever you do,
Basketball, I-35 Assistant Treasurer, IE
Treasurer, 21 Secretary, 55 Tatller Slaf, 4,
Monitor Club, 3-45 Year Book Stag, 4.
"Shrimp" is small but mighty. She always
has studied and has done good work. She says
she has no interest in the opposite sex. We
wonder'?'?'?'? By some of "Shrimp's" character-
istics one would think she were entering the
musical field but she is entering the commercial
field. She will be a good private secretary
for someone. Go to it, "Shrimp"
Little Theatre Club, lg Chorus, I-25 junior
Oratorical Contest, 3, Class Secretary, Ig
Assistant Class Secretary, 4g National
Forensic, 5-4g Dramatics, I-4.
"Dot" hails from the metropolis of Alburtis
and is the chatter-box of the commercial class.
Even though "Dot" talks a great deal she always
has her lessons. "Dot" is liked by all and is
always willing to help anybody. She will
make a good stenographer for some business
man some day. Go ahead, "Dot!" We're
Tattler Stag, 2-5-45 Year Book Staj, 41
Baseball. 4g Drarnatics, 1-4, Booster Club,
I, Hi-Y Club Secretary, 4.
"Gloomy" likes a lot of racket-likes the
girls, too-especially a neat little brunette,
mentioning no names! ll l-le ranks high in his
class work. l-le hopes some day to stand be-
hind the bat in some Big League park and call
them, while the fans Hrazzn. Carl's one great
ambition in life is to "hook upi' with some
"Fair Maiden" to travel through lilegwatch
out, girls, here he comes! l l
Science Club, lg Athletic Manager, 4'
Assistant Manager, 53 Class Historian,
I-2-3-43 Hi- YClub, 4gBasketball Manager,
45 Tattler Staj, 4,
Well folks here's manager Wieand. "Trip"
served very faithfully as manager of athletics
during the past year, besides managing some of
the opposite sex-especially "Sophs." "Trip"
has always worlced hard in school but he always
has talcen time out when something funny was
going on. "Trip" is a very pleasant person to
be around and we lcnow that he will succeed
in later life.
Book Club, Ig Chorus, I-2-45 Dramatics Ig
Costuming Club, 1.
Bumfety, bumpl l-lere comes "TweedlesU
in "Ol Faithfulnl l-ler pal is with her and they
have decided to run over to Macungie'?'?'?'?
"Tweedles" is a good sport and always
willing to lend a hand. A birdie has sung a
song to the effect that Marian would like to be
a typist for some handsome young lawyer.
l-lere's wishing you success in the future.
Chorus, I-2-41 Tattler Staf, 2-4,' Monitor
Club, 5-43 Assistant Class Treasurer, 55
Dramatics, 1-2-45 Little Theater Club, 1.
l-lere is a quiet Miss of our Class. When
it comes to hair-dressing "Polly" surely can
shine. Pauline always has her lessons and
recites well in class. i'Polly" doesn't seem to
bother with the opposite sex although you
never can tell what may happen. Pauline ex-
pects to take up hair-dressing. Good luclc,
Hi- Y, 53 Orchestra, 5-45 Band, 5-4, Chorus,
45 Dramatics. 4.
Gabriel, blow your horn. Yes, you guessed
it, that's "Zimmy" blowing his trumpet. Ray
is quite active along musical lines, for he also
sings as well as playsfno, he's no Contralto
-he is placed alphabetically that is how he
sings-the lowest in the class. On leaving
school, "Zimmy" probably will study music.
Wallc Life's road with a stiff upper lip and you'll
93 5 Class Will
Farewell,cruelworldl We, the members of the Class of 1935 bid you farewell,
for, on the day after Commencement, the Class will meet in the school laboratory to
commit suicide as a group. The gas jets will be opened at two o'clock by the Class
officers. We have long wondered what the great here-after is like and this curiosity
is going to kill us as it once killed a cat. Two weeks later, we will have a class reunion
in Uheavenn. CWe will miss some of our classmates greatly. Would that such would
not be the caselj
Due to this, our unexpected departure to the great beyond, it behooves us, the
Class of 1935, does hereby present this our lastwill and testament tothe members of
the Class of 1936:
. LaRue Adam's blonde hair to Mae Deischer.
. James Hinkel's art of curling his hair to Creighton Buss.
. Claire Neimeyer's interests in Dorney Park to Althea Qsman.
. Clarence Martin's art of studying commercial law to John Weidner.
. Annetta Keck's innocence to Gertrude Knecht.
. Melvin Baumgartner's bashfulness to Evelyn Fegley.
. James Bogert's walks home from school to William Brensinger.
. Richard Nenow's football playing to Warren Stauffer.
. To Lucille Bieber, Kathryn Kistler's way of dieting.
5 . Wilmer DeEsch's way of getting a joke one half hour later to Geneva Hall.
l . Robert Bornman's permanent wave to Welton Zentner.
l . To Annabelle Del.ong, Rachel Brotzman's contentedness.
l . To Leon Boyer, Doris Day's English recitations.
l . Mary Kratzer's laugh at the wrong time to Richard l.aubach.
l . Mabel DeLong's promptness to school to l-lorace Schantz.
. To Stanley Shoemaker, Norman Hammon's visits to Mertztown.
: 17. Francis Gehman's experience in Hfeeding the gash to Clair l-lerman.
l 18. To Martin Koch, Elbert Engleman's day-dreaming.
19. Alma Diehi's quietness to Nevin Miller.
Wilbur Gery's bookkeeping ability to William Neetz.
i . Winifred Kunlcle's liking of Umoviesn, to Culadys Buss.
. Carl Weida's disturbances in typing class to Donald Luckey.
. Earl Rohrbach's Bing Crosbyis voice to Charles Bittenbender.
. To Robert Eltz, Ray Zimmerman's bass voice.
. Roy Hillegass' mechanical ability to William Knerr.
. Donald Stortz' pool playing to Bernard Christman.
. Kathryn Engelman's R. D. recitations to Emmery Adams.
. Estella Dries's waterfall to Althea Miller.
. Rachael Faber's experiences in love to Ruby Pyle.
. To Charles lobst, Marian Wilson's driving a car.
. To Arvilla Wentz, Edwin Knauss's clowning.
. Arline Frey's French lessons to l-larry Conrad.
. Mildred Miller's interests in boys to Dorothy Bortz.
. Ronald Waelchli's experiences out west to Joyce l'laberstumpf.
. Pauline Wieder's modern dancing to Russell Reinhard.
36. To Donald Weida, Allen Romig's ears.
37. Melva Weidner's smallness to Richard l.utsey.
Class Will .Millik-
38. Dorothy Weaver's lciddish actions to Naomi Ruth. l
39. lo Ralph Butz, Donald Wieand's way's ol managing a team. ,
40. Frederick Harwiclc's high scoring ability to l'lelen Feninez.
4'l. Pauline l.ichtenwalner's lcnitting to l.al2ue l'lausman.
49. Donald Kline's interest in Alburtis to John l'lool4e.
43. To Boyd Strunlc, Joseph Killo's curling iron.
44. To Kenneth Dorney, Murray lobst's interest in Freshman girls.
45. Frederick Metzger's lcniclcers to l'loward Ritter.
46. Mildred Lichtenwalner's German accent to l-lerman Gery.
47. To Arthur Graybill, Roger Hermany's comb.
48. Weldon Schoch's method ol teasing girls to Edwin Klan.
49. Victoria Stauffer's interest in Catasauqua to Bertha Palencar.
50. Lucille Moyer's screen experiences to Madeline l-lillegass.
51. Kathryn Lichtenwalner's slow way ol tallcing to Dorothy Kline.
5Q. Elwood Heiser's farming ability to Katherine l-lamscher.
. Howard Lehman's seat in Keclcs Sunday School to Elwood Keyser.
. Floyd Heist's Wild West Stories to Grace Croll.
. To Arlene Moyer, Mae Schantzenbach's hair ribbons.
. Helen Oberduster's moonlight rides to lheda Krauss.
. To Marie Mohr, Miriam Schantz's tomboy stunts.
. Anita Palm's interests in Buicl4 cars to Edwin Rohrbach.
. Joshua Saylor's motorcycle rides to Foster Laudenschlager.
. Naomi Peguesse's perfect lorm to Olive Brensinger.
. Lillie Ruch's method of fixing hair to Emma Marx.
. Althea Ritter's rides in a lerraplane to Joe Bachman.
. Virginia Roth's dancing to Evelyn Stichter.
. To Althea Keller, Dorothea Roth's telephone calls.
. To Marian Mantz, Evelyn Geist's boy friends.
. Anna Gilbert's arguments to Richard Fahringer.
Mildred l.auer's popularity to Garwood Kline.
l.astly we malce, constitute, and appoint, Joyce E. Beary and Gladys B. l"lauser to
be Exeicutors of this, our last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all lormer wills, by
us, ma e.
IN WllNE55 Wl'lEl2EOl:, we have hereunto subscribed our name, and allixed
our seal, the twenty-lirst day oi June, IN Tl-lE YEAR OF OUR LORD, ONE THOUS-
AND NINE HUNDRED AND 'll-lll2lV-FlVE.
CLASS OF NINETEEN Tl-lll2TY-FIVE
Signed, sealed, and published by the Executors in the presence ol the Senior
Class, this Will stands, never to be questioned.
J. l'lenry Weidner Class President James l'linl4le
Victor O. Warml4essel Vice-President Melvin Baumgartner
Senior Song Sheet
Qne in Love"
What are Your lntentions'?',
K'Fare Thee Well Annabelleu
Learn to Croonn
Give Me a Heart to Sing To"
Hlch Liebe Dichn
l Love You Truly"
"Who's Gonna Talce Me Homem?
ul'm Gettin, Set for a Saturday Night
UGO lnto Your Dancey'
"Love Loclced Out"
"Love is the Sweetest Thing"
Nothing Ever Happens to Me"
Recipe For Love"
"The Gbject of My Affection"
"Play, Fiddle, Playn
"l'll See You in Churchi'
Tapping the Barreli'
l've Gotta see a Man about His Dog
No Horse, No Wife, No Mustache
ul Hate Myselfn
Pardon My Southern Accentn
House in Harlem for Salem
Since We Fell Cut of Love"
"South American Joei'
"Vou've Got to Bend Down Sistern
UMy Heart is an Open Boolci'
"Whistling Under the Moon"
ul-he Lady With the Fan"
'll Thinlc You're WonderFul',
ul've Got Rhythmu
Senior Song Sheet
Delores Del Rio
When My Prince Charming Comes
Lovely to Look At"
1'What is There to Sayu?
ls it Sympathy or ls it Love' F?
Love Thy Neighbor"
Beauty Must Be Loved"
Charlie ls My Darlingu
"l'II Be l'lard To l-landleu
Mr. and Mrs. ls The Name'
Let's Talce a Wallc around the Bloclc
Two Cigarettes in the Darlcn
Too Beautiful for Words"
HGee, l Wish l l-lad a Girl"
One Night of Love"
l-lappy as the Day is Longn
Zingl Went the Strings ol My l-leart
HWhat Do l l'lave To Dom?
Born To Be Kissed"
l Wish l Were Twins"
Savage in My Souln
"Who's l-loney Are youu?
lalce Me Gut to the Ball Game,
Without a Man to Lovel'
Try To See It My Wayl'
Hlim Glad l Waitedl'
O Qne-armed driver- Zimmerman
F Fiddling - Bornman
N Noisiest- Lauer
N Never on time- Neimeyer
E Entertaining- Knauss
T Tiniest- Weidner
E Elegant- Wilson
E Engineer- l'linl4le
N Noble-minded- Waelcnli
T Tallcative - Kratzer
H Heavenly- Nenovv
l industrious- Palm
R Rarest- Oberduster
T True- Delisclm
Y yearning- l'leiser
Fan Dancer - l-larvviclc
Famous Last Words
Aye you dopei'-Roger l'lermany.
l'll remember you in my will"-Miss Beary
'l'hat's where you laugh"-Ul3eg" Lauer.
l.et me seef'-Mr. Sassaman.
Freshman should be seen and not heard".-Mr. Deischer.
Would you like to have a little three-thirty slip?-Miss Beary.
Ch, l shouldnt have laughed therefi-Mary Kratzer.
Class, wake up!"-Miss Baker,
l-loly Catsn-Doris Day.
l'm from Alburtisu-'LDot" Weaver.
You nigger"-Fred l'larwicl4.
Now we wasted ten minutes-we better get down to worlcf'-Mr. Beclcer.
Not bad"-Joe Killo.
Now when l went to schooln-Mr. Geisinger.
Geb mir Eens fun selle l4alcle Dinge ufi'me Schteckef'-Mr. Beniield.
Gees Boomllln-i'Ginnie" Roth.
Oh shuclcsln-Annetta Keck.
Chl l just thought about that jolce you told yesterday.i'-Wilmer DeEsch.
Good jolce on the humming bird."-Weldon Schoch.
Put 'er there."-"Early', Rohrbach.
l-lonest to goshi'-'Buddyi' Kunlcle.
You can do this."-Miss Stortz.
l'm siclc of telling you people to lceep quiet."-Nl
What's all the noise about?"-Miss DeLong.
Claire stop hypnotizing the boysf,-Mr. Heller.
Keep quiet."-Miss Beary.
Donit you thinlc so Geor3e?,'-"Ted" Knauss.
Ohl l-lang itln-Annetta Keclc.
ls zat so?"-Francis Gehman
Fine, thanlcs, how are you'?'3-Hlfbu Engleman.
Act your age, but don't crawl."-Ray Zimmerman.
Quchl du Gott!"-"Fat" Adams.
W T H E 1 9 3
Famous Last Words
"Another word out of you ancl l'll sencl you to lVlr. Heller."-Mr Geislnger
"Why clonlt you try handing in some work?"-Mr. Walbert.
ul-lil Boys"-Claire Neimeyer.
Keep your Feet on the lloorf'-lVlr. Geisinger.
Va can't kiclcl me."-l'lovvarcl Lehman.
Girlsl Keep quietly'-Miss Straushaugh.
"Too much loud talking among the study pupilsf,-Mr. Qrtt.
UML Yeager and Mr. Heller are the ones to tell that."-Mr. Sassaman
Pumpkin -"Schmutz" Metzger.
You big sissy!"-Evelyn Geist.
l'ley, climwitn-uGloomy,' Weida.
HNlay l spit out the Windowfy,-"Welly" Schoch.
"Do you think lim a dope'?"'lVlelvin Baumgartner.
Tickle me, l want to laugh"-Mildred Miller.
l'm not Wimpy, lim one of the Jones boys."-"Wimpy" lotast
ln the meantime".-Miss Hauser.
Stop itll'-Evelyn Geist.
You and me is quits.'?lVlarian Wilson.
Oh! Shut upln-Dorothea Roth.
You big sap!"-Rachel Brotzman.
Now, get this work done.'?Mr. Walhert.
Don't get me in the moodf,-"Ginnie" Roth.
Chl l'm experienceclf,-Doris Day.
l'm not talking to the wall."-Mr. Peters.
Youlre lull of bolonyf'-Rachel Faber.
Vouse is a viper"-Roy hlillegass.
Brush the hayseed out of your hair"-l-lelen
Pardon the outburst."-Mary Kratzer.
Teacher: "Theres a lyceum course todayf,
Pupils: "What class do we skip?"
The Junior Prom-the big event during the Junior year oi the Classoi1935l Amid
the glamour of green and white decorations and Bud Raderis music, the Class OF1935
entertained theclass of 1934 onthe nightol March 16, 1934. It was a most colorful
allair-ever to be remembered in the history of the Class oi 1935. Committees which
greatly and faithfully aided to malce the Prom a success were as lollovvs:
Miss Joyce Beary and Miss Gladys l-lauser
Schantz, Horace Jr
Class oi N936
Class ol IC936
Class of IC237
Christman, Mary .lane
Class of IQ37
Class of IC938
Lichtenvvalner, Mary Alice
Class ol: IC938
5 Class Omcrcicers I
JAMES HINKLE .........
MARY KRATZER .....,..
MABEL DQLONG .......
ANITA PALM .......
KATHRYN KISTLER .......
RACHEL BROTZMAN . . .
MURRAY IOBST .......
KENNETH DORNEY .....
HORACE SCHANTZ, Jr..
ALTHEA KELLER ........
DONALD WEIDA ......,.
OLIVE BRENSINGER .....
RUBIE PYLE ...........
WILLIAM NEETZ ....
HERMAN GERY .....
DAVID GEISINGER ......
HAROLD RICE .......
ETHEL HEIST ..........
GERALDINE KLINE .....
GENEVA YEAHL .....
ROY GILBERT .......
SARAH FEGLEY ........
THOMAS VETROSKY . . .
ANNABELLE KIEFER .....
JAMES HOFFMAN .....
DOROTHY RUBENAK . . .
DOROTHEA ADAMS ....
LILLIAN KNALISS. . . . .
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Nation lzorensic Club
The Forensic Club is proud of its large enrollment during the 1934-35 season.
There were live members vvho are members of the National Forensic League. The
club held an extemporaneous speech contest with South Whitehall, sent represen-
tatives to a declamation contest at Slatington, and presented an entertainment on
May 'i, 3:30 l3.lVl. lnterest in these activities was shovvn not only on the part oi the
club members, by students as vvell.
DONALD WIEAND LaRUE
Exchange Editor Alumni Editor
DORIS DAY Miss TI-IELMA STORTZ
ANITA PALM RACHEL BROTZMAN
KATI-IRYN KISTLER RUBIE PYLE
Literary Supplement Editors
MELVA WEIDNER MELVIN BAUMGARTNER RACI-IEL FABER
ALTI-IEA RITTER DONALD KLINE
Advertising Managers Circulation Manager
JAMES I-IINKLE ROBERT BORNMAN MARY KRATZER
CLAIRE NEIMEYER ANNA GILBERT
HARVEY I-I. BECKER, ELWOOD L. ORTT, ERROL K. PETERS, Miss BERENICE STRAUSBAUGI-I,
ALBERT S. BENFIELD, and I-IOWARD K. DEISCI-IER.
O F F I C E R S
president ......,.. ................. W ILMER De ESCI-l
Vice President .... .... C LARENCE MARTIN
Secretary ....... ......... C ARI. WElDA
Chaplain ....... ..... R OBERT BORNMAN
Faculty Advisor .................... HARVEY l'l. BECKER
The l-ll-Y Club of the Emaus l'ligh School was reorganized for the eighth year
lor the purpose of creating, maintaining, and extending throughout the school and
community high standards oi Christian character.
The club discussed everyday problems ol modern youth from a Christian and
At various times educational and impressive tallcs were given by outstanding
men ol the community.
Captain ...,.,. .....,........... R ICHARD NENOW
Lieutenant ..... ........ ...4,... J A MES I-HNKLE
Faculty Supervisor ........... ........... M r. DEISCHER
The Monitor Club is composed oi senior high students vvho are willing to give
part of their time to regulate, direct, and keep order in the halls vvhen classes change,
and protect their lellovv-students at the crossings.
The motto of the club is: ul will use my strength to help others vvho may need
Green and Gold emblems are awarded annually to the students whose services
Triangular Debating Team
The Class of '35 vvas indeed fortunate in having tvvo of the best debating teams
that the l-ligh School has produced in the last fevv years, The affirmative consisted
of Claire Neimeyer, Clarence Martin, Doris Day, and James l-linl4le as alternate.
The negative side of the question was upheld by Kathryn Kistler, Anna Gilbert, Mildred
Miller, vvith Anita Palm as alternate.
The question for this year vvas Hl2esolved: That the Federal Government should
adopt the policy of equalizing educational opportunities throughout the nation by
means of annual grants to the several states for public elementary and secondary
The teams lost only one debate. ln the Triangular, the affirmative defeated Cata-
sauqua but the negative was defeated by Slatington. ln the reverse Triangular both
teams emerged victorious. This makes the Emaus teams the champions for this year.
Much of the success of this yearis teams vvas due to the efforts of Mr. Benfield,
vvho has just completed his first year as debating coach at Emaus.
The teams hope that their vvorl4 has been an incentive to the lower classmen
that they may talce an increased interest in debating.
O F F I C E R S
President ...... .................... W ILBUIQ GERY
Vice President ...,.................... ANNETTA KECK
Secretary ,..........,.............. REGINA KEMMERER
Librarians . .DALTON STONEBACK and SAMUEL CUSTER
The Emaus I-Iigh School Orchestra-Errol K. Peters, director, Charles Egner
accompanist,-this year proved to be very successful and a valuable organization of
the school and community.
Selected members of the orchestra furnished the music on special occasions, such
as the senior class plays. For this service the senior class expresses its gratitude.
The annual spring concert was held before a Iarge and appreciative audience
AII the numbers that were rendered vvere greatly enjoyed.
M E M B E R S
ALTHousE, Joram oEi2v, WILBUR
BACKENSTO, Etvfoon HARRING, KENNETH
KNAPPEN BERG ER, CAROL
Senior High School Chorus
The Senior I'Iigh School Chorus of fifty-nine members met for the first time in the
new school term on September 25, 1934, at which time the following officers were
elected: President, LaRue Adams, Vice-President, Mildred Lauer, Secretary, Mae
Deischer, Treasurer, Errol K. Peters, Assistant Treasurer, Virginia Roth, Librarians,
Wilmer Delfsch and Leon Boyer.
A very fine program was presented over WCBA, Allentown, on Armistice Day
by our Chorus. The program consisted of patriotic numbers and specialties were
rendered by 'lThe Melodiers Quarteti' and UThe Girls' Triofi
up Ehe Emaus I-Iigh School Chorus presented Gilbert and Sullivanfs comic opera
MEMBERS OF CHORUS
ADAMS, LA RUE
MC INROY, HELEN
LAUDENSLAG ER, FOSTER
MILLER, LA RUE
l-l. lvl. S. pinafore
The l-ligh School Chorus presented the opera l-l. M. S. WNAFQRE, by Gilbert
and Sullivan, on May 'IO and 'l'l, vvith great succcess. This was the most elaborate
production ever attempted in the l-ligh School.
The chorus members feel very grateful to their director, Mr. Peters, who vvas very
patient and vvorlced faithfully vvith them. They also vvish to thanl4 Miss Beary, Miss
Strausbaugh, Mr. Sandt, and Mr. Walbert, and the various committees of which the
follovving were chairmen:
Virginia Roth and Claire Neimeyer, Robert Bornman, Mildred l.auer, Donald
Wilson, Mae Deischer, Annetta Keck, Doris Day, and Victoria Stauffer.
The cast, that vvorlqed as faithfully as the committees to malce PINAFORE a success
was as follovvs:
Ray Zimmerman, the Rt. l-lonorable Sir Joseph Porter, K.C.B., Boyd Strunlc, Captain
Corcoran, Creighton Buss, Ralph l?acl4stravv, l.eon Boyer, Dicl4 Deadeye, William
Brensinger, Bill Bobstay or Boatsvvain, Wilmer Delfsch, Bob Becl4et or Boatsvvainis
mate, Robert Bornman, Tom Tucker or Midshipmate, Daniel Schantz, Sergeant of
Marines, Mary Kratzer, Josephine, the Captainis daughter, Anita palm, l-lebe,
Sir Joseph's first cousin, and l.al2ue Adams, Buttercup, or Mrs, Cripps.
The E. l-l. S. Chorus hopes that this type of vvork vvill continue in our l-ligh School
and wishes to thanlc its patrons for the encouragement given by the interest shovvn in
this type of performance,
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The 1934 Emaus l-ligh School Football team failed to maintain the high standard
set by the Green and Gold teams of 1932 and 1933.
A ,sadly battered team, lacing a difficult ten game schedule, was able to win
only two games, tie one, and lose seven.
After winning the first two games the team seemed to lose the desire to win
games ancl played listless ball until the last game ol the season. The season was brought
to a close when the l'ligh School team battled to ascoreless tie with the Alumni in a
sea of mud.
We wonder whether our 1935 team will show the old Emaus fight?
SCHEDULE and SCORES
Pennsburg-Home .. Whitehall-Home . O 7
Northampton-Away. . . 6 E.Greenville-l-lome O 46
Nazareth-l'lome . . . Quakertown-l-lome. . . O 19
Catasauqua-Away . Stroudsburg-Away. O 13
Lehighton-Away . . Alumni-l-lome ..... O O
The T934-35 Green and Gold Baslcettaall season was fairly successful. The team
won seven and lost twelve.
Coach Don Savitz's proteges won four Lehigh Valley League contests and climbed
out ol the cellar position which Lehighton occupied with no H
scores indicate the light and spirit shown during the season.
Pennsburg-l-lome . .
Pennslourg-Away . .
NorthamptonfAway, . .
Whitehall-Home. . .
Slatington-Away . .
SCHEDULE and SCORES
Wins". The close
E. l-l. S. Qpp.
Palmertoncl-lome. .. .
Catasauqua-l-lome . . QO Q4
Lehighton-Away ...,. 36 Q9
lxlorthamptonfhlome. . . 19 18
Stroudsburgffhway ..., 'IO 34
Whitehall-Away .,... Q3 Q9
Slatington-l'lome . . . Q8 32
Palmerton-Away .,... 'l'l SQ
CatasauquafAWay .... Q7 Q4
GI IQLS' BASKETBALL
The girls, basketball team during the 1934-35 season was not very successful in
winning games. The team won only two out of eleven games played.
Miss Surgent began the season with a group ol inexperienced players-only
three varsity veterans remained from the 1933-34 team.
The prospects for next year appear better,since practically all of the girls will be
baclc and aided by this yearis experience should form a winning combination.
The girls bid farewell and thanlc their coach, Miss Surgent, for the interestshown,
All join in wishing her "Bon Voyageu in her near venture.
SCHEDULE and SCORES
E.I-IS. Opp. E.I-I.S. Opp.
Pennsburg .... . Q9 35 South Whitehall ...... Q1 15
Pennsburg .,,. , 15 37 Slatington ...... . 18 35
Alumni ..... . 14 12 Allentown ... . 7 41
Allentown .... 5 38 Northampton .... . 16 Q8
Whitehall, .. . 17 Q1 Whitehall .... 7 12
Slatington . . . 18 39
f 7 --- 7- -V-Y V77
The 1935 Baseball team, composed of seven lettermen from last year's
Valley League Champions, hopes to repeat last year,s performance.
Twelve games are included on this year's schedule, five ol which are
Valley League contests.
S C H E D U L E
April 'lQ, Allentown - l-l. May 7,
April 18, Alumni- l"l. 3"lVlay 'lO,
April 93, Allentown - A. May 'l4,
"'April 26, Whitehall- l'l. :"lVlay '17,
April 30, East Greenville - A. May QT,
'sfvlay 3, Catasauqua A A. :':May 24,
,kLehigh Valley League Games
Rohrbach ......... C. Schantz . . . . . ..
Baumgartner ........ P.
Schuster .......... TB.
Bogert ...... ... C.
Romig ..... ..i. P .
Weaver .. .... ..
Amig .... ....
East Greenville -
Slatington - l'l.
Palmerton - A.
Lehighton A A.
Stortz .... . .
Kline .... . .
Nenow ..... .
Knerr .... . .
Weida. . . . .
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ADAMS, LGRLIE .....r.
BRQTZMAN, RACI-IEL ....
DAY, DORIS ......,..
DeLONCi, MABEL ....
DIEI-IL, ALMA ....
DRIES, ESTELLA ...........
ENGLEMAN, KATI-IRYN .....
FABER, RACI-IEL ........
GEIST, EVELYN ....
GILBERT, ANNA .....
KECK, ANNETTA .....
KISTLER, KATI-IRYN ......
KRATZER, MARY .....
KUNKLE, WINIFRED .....
LAUER, MILDRED ...............
LICI-ITENWALNER, KATI-IRVN ......
LICI-ITENWALNER, MILDRED .
MILLER, MILDRED ..,,.......
MOYER, LUCILLE .....
NEIMEYER, CLAIRE .....
.....433 Elm Street, Emaus
,....Q33 Ridge Street, Emaus
..QO'I S. Fourth Street, Emaus
. . . .748 Chestnut Street, Emaus
......6Q9 WeInut Street, Emaus
.....16 South Third Street, Ematis
. . . .136 North Fifth Street, Emaus
., . . .673 Chestnut Street, Emaus
. . . . .932 North Fifth Street, Emaus
. . . . .520 Ridge Street, Emaus
.....33 North Third Street, Emaus
'VIS Macungie Avenue, Emaus
. . . . .339 Chestnut Street, Emeus
OBERDLISTER, I-IELEN ....
PALM, ANITA .....
PEGUESSE, NAOMI .....
RITTER ALTI-IEA ....,..
ROTI-I, DOROTI-IEA ....,
ROTI-I, VIRGINIA .....
RUCI-I, LILLIE ........
SCI-IANTZ, MIRIAM 4....
......5I-32 Broad Street, Emaus
U18 North Eighth Street, Emeus
. . . .746 Chestnut Street, Emaus
... .130 North Fifth Street, Emeus
SCI-IANTZENBACI-I, MAE ..... ...,
STAUFEER, VICTORIA.. ... ...,
WEAVER, DOROTHY ....
BOGERT, JAMES ........
BORNMAN, ROBERT ....
DeESCI-I, WILMER .....
ENGLEMAN, ELBERT ....
GEI-IMAN, FRANCIS ....
GERV, WILBUR ........
I-IAMMON, NORMAN . .
. . . .746 Chestnut Street, Emeus
.......4Q1 North Street, Emaus
.105 North Second Street, Emaus
. .43 South Fourth Street, Emaus
. . ..... 1003 Chestnut Street, Emaus
I-IARWICK, FREDERICK .,...
I-IEISER, ELWOOD .....
.....Q3Q Ridge Street, Emeus
... . .164 Main Street, Emaus,
. . . .371 Broad Street, Emeus,
.....4Q6 Ridge Street, Emaus
.406 South Fourth Street, Emaus
. . . . 571 Chestnut Street, Emaus
.........R-Q BreinigsviIIe, Pa
I-IEIST, FLOYD ........
I-IERMANY, ROGER .....
I-IILLEGASS, ROY .....
I-IINKLE, JAMES ,...
IOBST, MURRAY ......
KILLO, JOEL .......
KLINE, DONALD .....
KNAUSS, EDWIN .....
MARTIN, CLARENCE ..... . .
IVIETZGER, FREDERICK ...., .....
NENOW, RICI-IARD ....
ROI-IRBACI-I, EARL .....
ROMIG, ALLEN ...
SAYLOR, JOSHUA ....
STORTZ, DONALD. . .
WEIDA, CARL .......
WIEAND, DONALD ....
ZIMMERMAN, RAY ....
.....'I75 Elm Street,
.....4Q7 North Street,
.. . . .429 North Street,
'IQO Macungie Avenue,
534 North Third Street, Emaus
......East Main Street, Emaus
Q50 East I-IamiIton Street, Allentown
. . , .Mertztown
......Q4O Long Street,
. . .666 Chestnut Street,
..... 'I94 Main Street,
.532 North Fifth Street,
41 South Fourth Street,
0 our advertisers we, the Class of
'35, extend our thanks for your gen-
erous support. We knoyv that the success
of our Tattier depends on your cooper-
ation, and we, in turn, pledge our support
and cooperation to you. To your success
and good iuci4,-our best wishes.
ALLENTOWN BUSINESS COLLEGE ............
ALLENTOWN DAIRY COMPANY ...............
ALLENTOWN MORNING CALL ....,.............
ALLENTOWN SPORTING GOODS COMPANY .....
BETI-ILEI-IEM BUSINESS COLLEGE .,...,4........
RIEBER, DONALD L ......................... .
BRENSINGER, Vx. T. ......,..,.. .
BROAD STREET STUDIO .....,...T,..
RRGBST, WARREN ....................
CONRAD STUDIO .....T................
CRAUMER'S FIVE and TEN CENT STORE .,...
CUSTER, SAMUEL R. .................,... .
DGNALDSGN IRON COMPANY .T.,....
DUNDGRE DRUG STORE ...............
EAST PENN BEVERAGE .S..,....
EMAUS NATIONAL BANK,TIIe ....
HARWICK, GEORGE ,........................
HENNINGER, JAMES ......,..............,..,.
I-IERFF-JONES COMPANY ..................,..,..
HGME MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY ....
HGUSER, A. R. ............................... .
HAUSER, C. H., FOOD MARKET .............
I-IYLE'S RADIO SERVICE ..........,
IOBST, RICI-IARD W. I.......... .
KEMMERER, I-I. T. ,............... .
KEMMERER PAPER COMPANY ,....
KOCI-I BROTHERS ..............
LAUDENSLAGER, N. C. ...... .
LAUDENSLAGER, gl GEIST .....
MILLER, MILO ..............
NEIMEYER, ASA I-I. ...... .
ORTT, E, L. .......... .
PENLO TI-IEATRE .....
PETERS, OLIVER I-I.. . . .
PIANO STUDIO ........
REESE 84 SCI-IANTZ .............
RINKER, PAUL S. C. .............. .
RITTER 84 SON ................
SCEILICHER, GEORGE R. R SON ...,.
SHANRWEILER R LEHR ............
STONEBACK R BUTZ ...........
STORTZ R EISENI-IARD ............
STUMBLE INN GAS STATION .....
WALBERT, EI. M. ................ .
WEIAND R COMPANY. INC.. . . .
WERTMAN'S LUNCH ROOM ....
WINT STUDIO ..................
WITWER-JONES COMPANY ....
T A T T l. E R
llentown usiness College
QQO Hamilton Street
otiers the following practical Business Training to
l-ligh School graduates:
These courses include instruction on the following
moclern Office Appliances:
Dictaphone Burroughs Calculator
Telephone Marchant Calculator
Nlimeograph Sunstrand Calculator
Elliot Fisher Bookkeeping Machine
Write, call or phone 4790 for further information
J. xxx. oasizw, President l
Established 1869 incorporated 1897
L Looe L i
EMAUS - PA.
The I-Iome of Good Shows
EMILY IVI. SCI-IAFFEI2
Bank Building - Emaus, Pa.
Fruit, shade and ornamental trees
Shrubs, Bushes, Roses and Vines.
Information on planting seed.
Estimates furnished. Catalogue.
STARK BROS. E. L. ORTT
Louisiana, Mo. 419 Elm St., Emaus
C. I-I. I-IAUSER'S
51 O CHESTNUT STREET
NorARY and INSURANCE High Gmde
191 Macungie Ave. - Emdusl pd. For deliveries Phone 265-I?
William G, C. Bogert, Prop.
ESSOLLIBE and UNIFLO OILS
ESSO - ESSOLENE GASOLINE
Warren B robst
One of the many Economy Stores
Service and Satisfaction
HWE DELIVER -
Candy - Cigars ancl Tobacco Phone
422 Elm SL Paul Dankel '31
'IOO3 Cl'1esnutSt. - Emaus, Pa. EMAUS clerk
Dri n fc . .
Allentown Dairy Company Milk
A SAFE DRINK
VETERINARIAN AND LABORATORY CONTROL
SAMUEL K. CUSTER
Electrical Fixtures Radios and Supplies
Stortz and Eisenharcl
Fourth and Main Sts. Emaus, Pa.
The Home Mutual
Fire insurance Company
of Lehigh County
407-409 Chestnut St. - Emaus, Pa.
insurance in iorce 5lS'l 8,000,000.00
You save 2075 by insuring your
property in this Company.
We write the regular assessment
policies, as well as the one, three
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Ask for Descriptive Booklet
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vvertmanis Lunch Room
Hamburger l-lot Dogs
Soft Drinks Confectionery
251 Main St. Emaus, Pa.
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Contractor and Builder
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MACHINE BOOKKEEPING STATIONERY
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...For Schools, Colleges and Clubs
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A Representative will gladly call.
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E. H. S. '29
SOCIAL and COMMERCIAL
P I2 I N I I N O
QShop open eveningsb
402 Chestnut Street Emaus, Pa.
CIQOSLEY and COLONIAL
OI R. c. A. TUBES
RICHARD W. IQBST
JAMES HENNINGER M-
S E I2 V I C E
OLIVER H. PETERS
I-I le,s Raclio Service
847 Chestnut St. Emaus, Pa.
EAST PENN BEVERAGE
EDW. J. MOYER, Prop.
BEER - ALE - PORTER - SOFT DRINKS
WE DELIVER ANYWHERE
422 .IubiIee Street Emaus, Pd.
EESE cI SCHANTZ .
R an PauI S. C. Rlnker
a n CI
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404 Chestnut Street
H. M. WALBERT
PI-IILCO - R. C. A.
a n d
Q25 North St. Emaus, Ra.
Broad Street Studio
RYAN PHOTO LABORATORY
COMPLETE PI-IOTO SERVICE
BanIc Building Emaus, Ra.
WIEAND 6- CO.
JEDDO and LEI-IIGI-I COAL
EICSHTY WEST BROAD ST. phone Q17
95 So. SEVENTH STREET
Established 'l9'I9 Phone 39 Emaus, Pa.
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ll it's an Electrical
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There are few fields where fhe necessify for progress-lhe
demand for new ideas, is as pronounced as in lhe produclion
of School Annuals. U Here in Canfon we 'rake pride in noi
only keeping pace, bu+ in seHing fhe pace for innovafions
and changes in 'lhis highly progressive field. Q When you
work wi+h Can+on you are hand in hand wi+h experienced
people, cons+an+ly on +he aler'I' +o sense +he wan+s of
Annual publishers, and quick 'lo change from +he old order,
and offer new and unusual ideas +o progressive edifors.
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Member Federal Reserve System
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. Students Leading Studio
LAUDENSLAGER a. '
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or St. - Emaus, Pa. Dial 2-1310
Jewelers and Stationers
T530 Chestnut Street
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