Emmaus High School - Tattler Yearbook (Emmaus, PA)

 - Class of 1936

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'7I e f- :mfs -' Fw TI-IE TATTLER Published By THE SENICDR CLASS EMALJS I-HG!-I SCHCDCDL EMALIS, PENNA WILLIAM BRENSINGER Ed KENNETH DORNEY B 49 Ka Two FOR S0 that the Memories, Our l-ligh School Days and so that this Book diversion to our friends of Nineteen Hundred Yearbook. EWORD na-7 n Events and Achievements may not be forgotten to usp may serve as 21 wholesome and followers, We, the Class and Thirty-six, offer this DYAWHRIBH 3 IRI 5 0101 CLASS POEM F res lim e11- Young, eager, and green were we Proud of ourselves as students to be. Hoping to make a grand sensation But foiled werewwe by an initiation. Sophomores- Not quite as green as a year ago Hunting a place for our seeds to sow. Knowing the worth of a fine education Striving to earn our qualification. junior:- At last we rated a junior title Due to an appreciation of all things vital Our school days were happy-and then some For we'll never forget the junior Prom. . Seniors- . Last but not the least of our school years Stirs our emotions, perhaps to' tears For our Alma Mater, from whichiwe depart Means much to us deep down in our heart. -Grace Croll, '36, Three 5, NY, ..... .. ,,.,,... ?,,V,Y 3 SQPWSQX v YNNNQ ..........,.,.. 1 T ,... db I se Q 4, . e S 'ffw lfour DEDICATION The class of 1936 dedicates this Yearbook to the memory ol' L1 classmate whose friendship we cherished und whose sincerity in :dl things we admired. WARREN STAUFFER Active In f2I'tTh6Sfl'tl, 1, Z, 5, 4. Debating lforeizsic Club, 5, 4. Died llcccuzbur 3, 1055 ""'......'f.."'..:l 51 ..:::: 1 '.'g""hg Q '-"4- -'--' ---' Q35'gzzzzir'-1111111111: ..'.1 'f-f ss is ss ssswsss W"' s S SX sssss- sss s s so s s ..:, .Q.. 'g"" YEAR BOOK S'IIXlfl3 .1mli11g-Wcinlu, Schzlntx, Nectz, Ilcllrich, lobst, Buss. G1':1ylvill, Dorncy. 5lIfll1g-PlllL'l1Clll', Osman, lfcnincz, Moyer, Croll, llnusmun, Stichlcr. liiclvcr, llzllvcrstumpf. Millcr, Deisclwcr. Wentz, licllcr, lircnsingcr. Class lllsllfll'-1' Althcu Osman Class Poem Grace Croll Classes Alllleu Keller .Aldwrtislng Stall Creighton Buss Mac Duischer llOl'llCL' SCl11ll1lZ. -lr. lildlfcil' Willizun llrensinger Class Propllvfvl' john llook Boyd Strunk Feature lfdlfors l,.llRLlC Ilnusmun Arlcnc Moyer Clubs Arthur Grzlylwill liusiuess .llanagur lxenneth Dorney Typilzg lilr IZC Girls lfarzzlf-r .-ldzisors Class ll Ill Clrnrlcs lolwst lfxllfllfs llOl'llCL' Sillllllll, .Ir lliog raplvius By The Class Cirfzrlahon Stall l.ucillc Bin-lwr Arthur Grnylvill Miss Glzulys llauser Elwood I-. Orll fOl1H Yearj lliour learsj ive ix 1241 If s 3 ? iii: kv. CONTENTS BOOK ONE-ADMINISTRA TION BOOK TWO-CLASSES BOOK THREE-ORGANIZA TIONS BOOK FOUR-ATHLETICS AND FEATURES BOOK FIVE-ADVERTISEMENTS tx? 5 Hr? 1 EA A .-- 1 it 1' A +- +63 g qylzw ,.,.7 ix I, . . J lc. . L - t ..,-.0 . ..x:. .. V .Esau L 1 fx-1-'-' 1 L ,-nmjn ,. f V H fm , 6.12.51 ' 5 5- vf 1 X v w 1 . , I , ' 4 211' 4, war " I 5 .1 , 1 1 A 4 .ba ' in X Q Nw :- ' 1 f 4 I . 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Received elementary education in the puhlic schools of liogelsville. Lehigh County. Attended liutxtown Normal School from 1006 to 1003. Graduated from lfranklin and Marshall College in 1011 with the .-XB. degree. Received the Master of Arts degree from 1.ehigh Uni- versity in 1013, ln addition to this pre- paration, Prol. Yeager also took special courses in the lniversity of Pennsyl- vania and Columhia University, lle taught three terms in llanover Toyvnship, Lehigh County. and served as supervising principal in the schools ol Shillington. Berks County lor eight years. lle left his Shillington position to fill a similar position in the limaus schools which he served as supervising principal from 1010 to 1030, and as superintendent from 1091 to date. A1.1.1TN 13. ll1f1.l.l2R, 13.5. l3'ro1'. lleller is a graduate ol' limaus lligh School, Keystone State 'lieachers' College, and Muhlenherg College. lle received the 13.8. degree at Nluhlenherg. lle taught in the schools ol' l'pper Milford 'l'ownship. in the grade schools of Emaus and served as principal ol' the Central Building, from which he xvas transferred to the mathematics depart- ment in the limaus lligh School. Prof. lleller has taught in the high school since 1018. Since 1031 he has served as principal. lflewlz 5' .Nm X5,Xi'XxX X-'Xs www XXX sg vga x ww NN X X ix Q, X Twelve 1 Rik 55 P' Ea A..A..... A. AA .,,,...,..,, ,..A.,A,.,A.A.AA A,,,,, ,.A,,,,,A, , A,.,,.QA.., ,,.,,. ,4 Q X Mfg Z"' V Fai ' . SEQ FACULTY NAME ACADEMIC DEGREES Allwriglit, Elsie P. llcziry, -Ioycc E.-A.B. .. llcckcr, llni'vey-BS. .....,.... . Ilcnfield. Albert S.-A.B.g A.M. Deischer, llowuiml li.-Ph.B.g MA. DeLong. Emma E. ......... . Gcisinger, William S.-Ph.B. .. Iflauser, Gladys B.-BS. lfletfner, Miriam V.-B.S. .. llellcr, Allen E.-BS. .. POSITION . . . Secretary ... 1: nglzslr . . . Science lfnglisb History, i'llLltl7B1'lZdfiCS Librarian German, 1'lIdtb6'l1ZdfiCS . . . Coirznzercial Dept. . . . Science. Geography Alatlyeavizfztics, Principal . rr mmgislrnaleronroxol FACULTY NAME ACADEMIC DEGREES POSITION Hennemuth, john H.-M.D. Kline, Miriam F.-A.B. laudenslager, Floyd L.-B.S. Miles, Anna H. .......... . Ortt, Elwood L.-A.B.g M.A. . Peters, Errol K. ......... . Rems, Winitred E.-B.S. .. Sandt, Oscar V. ....... . Savitz, Donald A.-B.S. Stortz, Thelma L.-B.S. Strauss, Arline K.-A.B. .. Walbert, Harvey O.-BS. . -. ............. ............ Scbool Doctor' , . . . French, History . . . English' . . . Guidance . . . Latin Music Nursing, Interior Decorating, Sewing Industrial Arts . .. Coach of Athletics and Pbys. Ed. . . ..... Home Economics . . . . Typing, Sbortbaiid . . . . 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Glancing at the Little Dipper of Ursa Minor, I think of our Hrst year of high school when we were still known as children. In September, l932, we started as "Freshies"-a bit green and'shy-maybe a bit wild. However, we were soon tamed by the harsh CPD initiations by the Sophomores. Each section. individually, enjoyed numerous parties and moonlight hikes. What fun! A few of our athletically-inclined "pals" played on the junior Varsity and Varsity athletic teams of E. H. S. As I glance toward the northeast, I see the constellation Cassiopeia. jjust as this constellation is not very important, our Sophomore year was not very important. We did not go Freshman-hunting but settled down to work im- mediately. Six weeks passed and when the honor rolls were posted, we found that we now had both an "A" and a HB" honor roll. Many names, of our class- mates appeared on these honor rolls throughout the year. In October we held our Hrst party for the year. What a Hallowe'en party! Again some of our "pals" played on the various athletic teams, and may I mention the fact that the star varsity basketball players were from the Sophomore class. june Zl arrived and so did our vacation. Did we enjoy it? Moving my eyes toward the left of Cassiopeia, I see the constellation known as Cepheus. Cepheus is a bit larger and more important, consequently I am reminded of our junior year. Now we were practically at the Zenith of our high school career. This year our thoughts centered around plans for the junior Prom. After much argumentation, we Hnally chose our class colors, the orchestra, the place, and the date. And did we all have a good time? Our oratorically-inclined classmates made the annual junior Oratorical Contest a successful event and also won merit for their efforts in debating. We were all so active that we were surprised when school closed. But we did enjoy our vacation. f Lowering my eyes and then raising them toward the Moon, I spy the Big Dipper or Ursa Major. I am influenced to think of our Senior year when I look at this constellation, because our Senior year was the busiest, the funniest, the most serious-in plain English, the best of them all. Due to numerous wcial activities it was the most enjoyable. The Hrst social activity was a Hallowe'en Dance for the lower classmen. We had several other dances and last but not least was the Senior Ball. To our regret, this was the last meeting of the class. The orators and dramatists of the Senior class certainly displayed their talents by presenting two of the best plays ever given in Emaus High. The Triangular Debating Teams were as successful as in other years and they deserve credit for their cooperative spirit. Let us not forget our athletic teams as they are worthy of praise for their fiery Hghting spirit. U Now we leave our dear Alma Mater to go out into the wide, wide world some to find positions and others to further their knowledge. Althea Osman. I Seventeen 4 Megs, 3 X S I 4 ' " WILLIAM 1. BRENSINGER "Billy" Ureliestra, 2-3-45 Melodiers, 2-3-45 Chorus, 3-45 Class Play, 45 Ili-7' Club, 45 Tattler Staff, 45 Year llook lfditor, 4. -A'l3illy" is one ol' the quiet members of the class. lle is not an athletic type of student, but spends most ol his spare time helping fulfill the enggagements of the 'Wlelodiers Quartet," of which he is a member. Ile is also an active member of the orchestra and chorus. We do not know whom his chief attraction happens to be. ' "Billy" intends to take a Pre-medical course at lebanon Yalley College alter he leaves lf. ll. S. Good-bye and good luck to a pall ' i nonixce scHANTz, AIR. Q "junior" Baseball' I'2'l"'l" liofltlmllf Well here comes our class 2'l'4f Cf"f'f1Pff1l'Y' 45 Hflfkff' president. "junior", as he is ball5 I-2-5-4, Captain-45 Ili-l' known by all. is one of our best athletes. Besides his Club, 5-4, Vice l'resia'e11l-4,' sports' ability, UklLII1lOl'H took . . wart in many other activities, liresideizt, 45 lr. IU7't1Zf0l'I'C41l itnd did not 'neglect his school Cflllfwl' if Dl'fl"1f'llf-li 45 lm' work for them. "junior" hails fler Staff. 45 lilllll' lfvek Stall, from Nlacungie. and takes an " " 4 " A active interest in the opposite sex!! Seriously, 'flunior" intends to continue his education at Penn State, l.ots of luck. l'Schantxief' we are sure you'll climb up far. Class Vice lJl'L'XldUl1l, l-3 5 Class 45 lfym leauz ,25 leizuzs, 45 Track, l. l liliXXli'l'll lJUliNliY ""i l "Kenny" l Radio Club, I5 Class lireasurer, 25 Class I,I'6'Sld6'I1f, 55 rlloizitor Club, 3-45 Class l'ire l'1'eside11t, 45 Ili-li Club, 3-4, Chaplain, 45 llnsizzess .fllanager of Tatller, 45 llusiizess xllazzager of Year Hook, 45 Senior Class Play, 4. , "Kenny" is a jolly good fellow. lle is a willing worker and always readv to help the class. but he sometimes says he doesn't like to do everything. "Kenny" is popular with the girls but at this recording hasnot succeeded in locating his "one and only." Perhaps his new "Chevvy" will help him out. The llonor Roll" contained his name often and we are sure he will be a success in whatever he tries. Good luck, "lienny." liiglileeiz '-I i i M if iilii A it iiii A if 3 DONALD WEIDA "Sugar" Football, Z-3-4, Class Treasurer, 3-4,' Hi-l' Club, 3-4. Here is one of the quiet boys of the class. "Sugar" proved himself a very eliicient class treasurer, serving two terms. He was also a star guard on our football team for three years and captained the team in his senior year. "Sugar" has made quite a hit with the fairer sex but does not seem to be able to concentrate on one dehnite girl. Donald is not certain as to what he intends to do but we wish him success and happiness in the future. ALTHEA KELLER "Blondie" Presenting "Blondie" of the Senior Class! Can she draw! She's good at drawing any- thing-profiles, hgures, fellows -Oh shucks, l left the cat out of the bag, Althea. f'Blondie" has a magnetic personality and a certain gen- tleman from Bethlehem seems to be "drawn" by it. Laying all jokes aside, Al- thea can draw very well and she expects to be a Commercial Artist. Go to it Althea, and may our best wishes go with you. junior Varsity Basketball, 2, Varsity Basketball, 3-4, Tattler Staff, 4,' Drainatics, 3- 4,' Secretary, 3-45 Year Book Staff, 45 Debating, -l,' Chorus, 3-4. ART H Ll R G RA Y B l LL KfBing!! Football, -lg junior Oratorical Contest Winner, 35 iwtioizal Housing .fldininistration Contest ll'inner Scliool and County, 3,' Senior Class Pla-i', 45 Dramatic Club, Vice President, -l.' Tattler Stall. -l.' .-lssistant Class Treasurer, 4,' Debating, 4, Music Club, Secre- tary, 3. Yes, you guessed it. That is why we call him "Bing"-he sings. lfle likes to sing "Alone"-we usually let him. This handsome classmate will join the Navy sometime alter Commencement. We hope the time will come when we may call him Admiral Arthur Graybill. Here's wishing you all the luck in the world, "Bing," lf he .fails to attain oflicership in the Navy, Arthur will go ad and study music. Perhaps he will sing in ood, some day. Nineteen I. T """""A"""x' f"fffff1ff.ll ""'A' """ "MII """"" 'IQIIII """' TQ """"""""' I jfffffjfffffiffi ll , Xxx-----.:, -, - -f. ' . . as t l' .. 3- 13 if ',, Q I 5. , .. ., L ' josenl-1 BACHMAN KIJOCIJ Hi-Y, 3-4, Baseball, 4. Behold one of the tallest members of our class. "joe" is another of our out-of-town students, hailing from the outskirts of Macungie. "joe" is one of the quiet fellows of our class. He enjoys singing and when "joe" and "junior" get to- gether, they surely can harmonize. At times 'ljoe" is very studious, especially when alone. Ile surely takes an interest in his Physics, his favorite study. We do not know what 'ljoel' intends to do, but whatever he attempts, we hope will be successful. Good Luck, "j0e." . ' LUCILLE E. BIEBER "Lou"-"Shrimp" - 4'Lovely to Look At"-re- member when she sang it at the junior Prom? Quite a sing- er too! "Lou" is a very delightful companion and one usually sees her with her Hstep-sister" -"Dish" A certain "Mn" says she's the l'Dancer of all Dancers"- that's true too. If you happen to hear 'lDon't be silly!" you know it's "LOU" Seriously though, Lucille would like to teach primary grades. That's O-Kay, "Lou!" Minstrel, l,' Chorus, 3-45 Class Play, 4,' Tattler Stag, 4,' Year Book Stag, 4. CHARLES O. BlTTl'iNBENU'l?R L "Charlie" Health Club, l,' Assistant Athletic Manager, 35 Ili-Y, .3--l,' Football Manager, -lg Basketball'Ma11age1', 45 Baseball Manager, 4. . 'lCharlie" is one ofthe smallest Seniors to graduate this spring, but he makes up for his smallness physical- ly with his mental largeness. "Charlie" is one of the two small, but very able student managers, is very studious, and pays very little attention to the opposite sex. "Shadow" is a name frequently applied to him. "Charlie" has prospects ot a position immediately after graduation. Success, "Charlie" Twenty t2:i::'1::1iTT -'11 r aa .N.qQ. .... """ """' ,,., DOROTHY E. BORTZ Tllflltfl' Sldfl, -l. One of our fair representatives from Topton ar- rived at lf. ll. S. in her junior year. She likes to be in with a gay crowd. She also likes dances and parties. What is the attraction Dorothy? Because she can think and write fast "Dot" always has her work. :Xlthough undecided as to what she will do after she leaves school. we feel sure she will prove to be successful at whatever she tries. llere's wishing you luckl LEON BOYER "Muni" llerc is one of the famous Melodiers Male Quartet. 'tMu- ni" sings the bass part in the Quartet and fills this position very well. "Muni" seems to have very little interest in the opposite sex, but there appears to be a certain junior girl, who is causing him some worry late- ly. Putting all kidding aside. "flluni" some day will be singing to some fair damsel in an opera. We wish you suc- cess in your singing, "lX'luni"! lfootlmll. 3--lg Opera, 3-4,' .llclmllers 2-3-45 Class Play, -15 lJt'lmz'111g Z. I -if OLIVE BRENSINGIER National Forensic Club, 9--lg l'a1'tlcr Staff, 7--If llelnating, 2. Uliw is tall, zeise, and true. Ilia zeislv you szmress in all you do. Olive is a tall dark-haired member of our class and all around good pal. She is a faithful member of the National Forensic Club and the 'llattler Stall. .-X willing worker and a conscientious student, causes her to be well liked by all her classmates. She expects to enter Kutztown State 'l'eacher's College. Whatever Olive attempts, the class is sure will be well done. Go to it, Olive, the class is behind you and wishes you good luck. Twenty-orze ?mg:..g:...::..:: .,.... ssgss s rv 2.2: 515-A 44 I j..I'g .... f Yrj'jj""'.j. W ' q ., .1515 .... 1,1514 . sl SN sl EW s lui- .... 4 CRlilCIl'I'UN BUSS 'ABussy" "Gang" Minstrel, 1,' Meladiers, 2-5--l,' Monitor Club, 3--lg Chorus, 3-4, Class Play, -l,' lattlcr Staff, 4,' Hi-Y, 4. "Bussy" has a good tenor voice and certainly makes use of it singing with the Melodiers. Whenever you want 'fBussy" you must look for Strunk, Bren- singer, and Boyer. "Bussy" is sure to be there. "Bussy" was very much interested in a blonde until a short time ago, but now it seems as if the bubble has burst, and he is very unattached. "Gang" is a good-natured chap, always willing when there's work to be done, but count on him for good times, l too. "Up-and-at-em," Creighton, we're with you! Chorus, I-3-4, Class Play, 45 Girls' Baseball, 4. BERNARD Clcl R ISTMAN l'Christie" Scouting Club, 1,' llealtlv Club, 1,' Football, 3-4. "Christie" hails from the northern end of the city of Emaus. f'Christie" is one of our very quiet students. He absorbs all that he hears and sees, and usually makes use of the information he gathers. "Christiel' has not been tempted by the "tems" up to now, but we have hopes of his awakening in time. He has seen service on the Football team for two vears. Bernard is a hard worker and we are sure he will succeed in whatever walk ot lite he chooses to under- take. Good luck, "Christie" Twenty-two CLADYS BUSS "Glad"-"Pussy" "Pussy" can always be seen with Evelyn. "Clad" is a cheerful but a quiet person and is a great pal to her friends. But then again she is always ready to have her fun. We can always see "Clad" and "Eve" having a good time dur- ing study periods. We wonder what the attrac- tion is in Macungie. Not only to see "Tek"-but do not wor- ry A'Clad" we will not mention names. Gladys expects to enter the business world. We wish you success! l , , H K1 ii i i D D I .... f .W GRACE L. GROLL i "Crollyl' Basketball, 3-4,' junior Uratorical Contest Winner 3, Chorus, 4,' Tattler Staff, 4, Debating, 4. Here is "Millers" best friend and is she a "pal?' Grace with her cheerful smile, has won many friends. ller jokes are simply killing at times! "Crolly" hails from Topton. Grace was one of our good basketball players. We also found that she was an ardent debater. All in all Grace certainly can study and be serious if she wants to for she is one of the brilliant com- mercial students and she intends to be somebody's stenographer somewhere. Good luck to a swell "Lady-in-Blue." MAE DEISCHER "Dish" And lo! another fair mem- ber of our class. "Dish" can certainly be rated as one of the most popular Senior girls. Did you ever see "Dish" alone in school?? Not often, for she is with her so-called "step-sister" from morn 'til night. Without "Dish" the Senior girls would be at a complete loss because she furnishes the family comb and mirror. Mae's one great ambition is to become an instructor of the primary grades. With your personality, we know you'll succeed. Go to it, "Dish!" .Cl V Basketball, I-2-3--lg Alin- strel, 1,' Class SCL'I't'fl17"l', I-25 Chorus Secretary, 5--lg Tattler Staff, 3-45 Class I'Iay. 4: Year Hook Staff, 4. ANNABELLE Del-ONG "Chats" Chorus, 45 Monitor Club, 3-4, G-vuz Team, 3. Annabelle is the chatterbox of our class-always talking. "Chats" is the only female representative from Alburtis in our class. She seems to be quite interested in a dark complected young man. We won't mention names, Annabelle. All of Annabelle's troubles are immediately brought before her close friend. Marie. These two are inseparable pals. All in all, "Chats" is a good sport. Annabelle is undecided as to her future work. We know she will be successful in life. Go to it, kiddol C Twenty-tbree 44 1 i If s.-W Russet -1. Eck "Tootie" "Tootie" is one of the midgets of "36." Although "Tootie" did not participate in any social or athletic activities he has completed his four years successfully. "Russ" expects to continue his bookkeeping know- ledge before entering the profession. "Russ's" eye is not centered on any particular maiden but he is very familiar with the weaker sex. All kidding aside, "Russ" is a good sport and is will- ing to help a friend in distress. What ever you undertake the class is behind you, "Russ," success be yours. i ROBERT ELTZ "Bob" Gym Team, 1,' Health Club, f "Bobby" is one of the quiet 1,- Clam Play, 4, boys of our class. "Bob" is noted for his "crooning" as you may know. The skies are never gray when you're near him. A good scout with a pleasing personality. As far as we have noticed "Bob" does not have a particular inclin- ation to any one of the weak- er sex, but he admits he has a decided preference for blondes. Keep on plucking, and try- ing as you have in school, and you'll surely be successful. Luck to you, "Bob" EVELYN lVl. FEGLEY Monitor Club, 3-4,' Class Play, 4,' Tattler Staff, 4. "Peg" is a friend to all who know her. She is always laughing at some silly little happening. "Peg" travels around with "Pussy" most of the time. These two girls take many hikes to that big city of Macungie. There must be some male attraction there. We wonder how hard "Peg" fell for her Bobby. "Peg" intends to study nursing and we are sure she will become an excellent nurse. Keepon smiling and luck will come your way! I Twenty-four Q sqm. aff """""'A I "" I III "A' . . .-s-s ...,.. 2..I.'l. ""' I ""' fl "'I" "' ., "" 'IIQIIZI ...,. L22 "'I""' ' IIII ..... ,I II .L l I IIIIII 5 . ....1 I II II II IIII I I II I IIII IIIIIII HELEN j. EENINEZ "Fannie" Chorus, -lg junior Prouz. Couznzitfve, -lg latfler Staff, 45 Year Book Staff, -I. Here comes the tall, slim, and "Sophisticated Lady" of the class. Can she dance???? The fellows need a trafic cop when she is on a dance floor. We cannot seem to find her weakness because she seems aloof to the opposite sex. We wonder???? Helen has been very faithful to the Senior Class by selling cakes at lunch hours. Her pleasing personality will aid her in becoming a private secretary to an attorney. llere's success to you. We know you will succeed. l RUSSEL A. CEIGER "Russ" Russel, who hails from Mertztown, is a new member Q of our class. lle was with us only in the senior year. lle is interested in baseball, especial- ly in the receiving end, or in the position of catcher. Russel is also a good student. Russel does not seem to be interested in the opposite sex, which probably accounts for the fact that he can keep his mind on his studies. He in- tends to go to Wyomissing Polytechnic lnstitute, which we are sure will end satisfac- torily. ball, 4. HER MAN CERY "Bud" Football, i-4,' Baseball. Z5 Temiix, -lg liaxlevtlmll, 1-2-3,' Tattler Staff, I-2-5-45 Ili-l', -If .fllozzitor Club, 1'-4,' Class Play, 4. Behold! the Romeo of the Senior Class. ll' you can not find "Bud" any time, just look around for Lucille, then you will be sure to find him. Frequently "Bud" misses the last bus, nevertheless, when starting to hike he usually gets a "lil't." Did you hear some- body talking in German Class? Sure, it was "Bud" arguing with Mr. Geisinger. All kidding aside, "Bud" expects to go to Business College. l.ot's ol' luck to you. "Bud," C Tzverity-,Tw lli-Y, -lj Natiomil l'iUI'c'll5lt'. 45 Red Cross Cozuiril, -lg liaxc- I-. 'Qfff'ffff'i'gQ """ 'k""' I S s gangs ::v's5?, ll .K Eg g. K , s S S or 4. l juuior Prom, 35 Debating, 3, Oratorical, 3-4,' Chorus, 2- 3-4,' Forensic, 3-4. CATHARINE HAMSCHER "Katie" Healtb Club, 1,' junior Varsity Basketball, 2, Student Manager, 4. Here she comes! The girl of his dreams! Whois he? Well, we're not telling. All kidding aside, "Katie's" a swell "Kid"-a good sport in every way. "Katie" has been student manager during her senior year. We could never have a game without Katie's presence. She is very active and her motto is "keep going." 'AKatie's" main amibtion is to be a hair- dresser, although she is interested in office work. She has been working faithfully in Mr. Heller's office for th last months. Her scholastic rating is a mavrk of success. Her name has appeared on the honor roll at times. Good luck, "Katie" and lots of success. Twenty-six ........ . o... iiiiittttttt j .... .. JOYCE l-IAB ERSTUIVI Pl? rrjoyvy fuiiior Varsity Basketball, 2,' Varsity Basketball, J 3-4,' Tattler Staff, 4,' Senior Class Ilay, 4,' Drariiatics, Behold, one of the fair members of the class. She is "joy" to a certain gentleman, joyce is one of our star forwards in basketball. She certainly does shine on the basketball floor. But then, she shines any place. Her favorite rendezvous seems to be "Seventh Street." We wonder why she takes such a liking to it. "joy's" pet ambition is to be "Somebody's Stenogf' Best of luck joyce, you deserve it. GEN EVA R. HALL .ijudyn "The music goes roun' " and so do "Shrimpy's" fingers when she's at the piano. Gen- eva is one of the smallest members in the Senior class, but all good things come in small packages. "judy's" fav- orite instrument seems to be a saxophone. We wonder why? No reflection on the curly- headed boy-friend, is it???? Geneva's main ambition is to become a private secretary and the Class of '36 wishes her all success. l -H . f .agen LaRUli C. M. IIAUSMAN "llausman" fllllllil' Prom Couznzittee, if Red Cross Contest, -lg lical' Book Sldll, -l. llere's looking to a sophisticated lass of the class. "Hausman" may be called the nightingale. Maybe someday she' shall thrill many a handsome Romeo, with her beautiful soprano voice, by radio, opera, or concert. But to get down to the real side of LaRue, she really is a good pal, a bit quiet when in the presence of the opposite sex! "Still Water Runs Deep." Together in mind body and spirit all, are LaRue and her friend Arlene. LaRue's ambition is to become a professional vocalist. Best of luck! QUENTIN R. HELFRlCll "Chink" Introducing one of the quiet and studious Commercial Sen- iors. Frequently "Chink" can be seen sitting in some corner absorbed in a magazine or book. Believe it or not! lf the direction of the wind changes in limaus, you can imagine "Chink" is in town. keeping one of his dates on time. lle and his 80 "mph" Nash are old favorites with some seniors. He is not certain about life after graduation, but we wish him all the luck in the world. CLAIR HERMAN "Eclipse" Baseball, 5-4. junior Prom Committee, 3. Tt1ttlerStaff,4,' Year Hook Staff, -l,' Dramatic Club, -I. Clair hails from the metropolis of Topton. lle joined the Class of H736 in the junior year and the class certainly regrets that he did not spend four years at Emaus lligh. ln sports "Eclipse" is chiefly interest- ed in baseball but this does not detract his attention from his studies, as can be seen by the number ol' times his name appeared on the honor roll. Clair is undecided as to his future. llowever. the class wishes him success in all that he undertakes. Twenty-sezfevz if X .. ,giggj "" : 1752.3 rs Q SVS is is A Q X X xxxx x Eiga 1 I A i 9 V ...,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, . , ,. , it W MADELON I I. H l LLEGASS Debating, 2-3-4,' National Forensic, 3-4,' Tattler Stafij- 4, junior Oratorical Contest, 3, Hi-Y, 3, Decorating Com- mittee, junior Pr0nz,' Dramat- ic Club, 4,' Senior Class Play, 4,' Track, 4. CHARLES IGBST "Charliel' Tattler Staff, I-2-3-4, Editor, 4,' Chorus, I-4,' Hi-Y Club, 3-4,' junior Oratorical Contest, 5,5 Basket- ball, 2-3, Senior Class Play, 4,' Year Book Staff, 45 Football, 4,' Tennis, 4. lf any girl wishes to have a boat ride, ask 'lCharlie," and he will take you down to the Lehigh and give you the ride of your life. "Charliel' is really a very industrious fellow. He was Editor-in-Chief of our monthly issue of the Tattler. ln fact, he had part in almost everything that came along and proved himself very helpful to the class of l936. "Charlie" is uncertain as to his future. So long, good luck! Twenty-eight "Petty" Dramatic Club, 4. Nladelon is the quiet lass of our class when Geneva is not around. "Petty" is very studious. And does she like typing class! Ask her??? As far as we know "Petty" is somewhat interested in the opposite sex. llow about it, "Petty?" Nladelonls one ambition is to become a well known pianist in a popular jazz orchestra. The class of "36" wishes you success in whatever you attempt to do. Remember success is the stepping stone to future success. jOl-IN L. HOOK "Liviticus" Here he is "gals," "Liviti- cus," marry him and you won't have to buy a radio. Laying all kidding aside, this talka- tive lad with his wavy hair is .1 nice guy even tho' you can't shut him off. We don't know what Hook's ambition is' but we feel sure he will either become a second Fred Astaire or an insurance salesman. We are more in- clined to believe that "Liviti- cus" will become an insur- ance salesman. Well, here's luck to you, "Liviticus," in whatever you may do. s t sgi 9? X t Sei S S ..ssi gage SME s s S ELWOOD R. KEYSER l faioneya Class Basketball, 2-3-45 Hi-Y, 45 Health Club, 1,' Gym Team, 1. l'lloney" is a very athletically-minded young chap. Although he did not participate in any varsity sport he was always a staunch rooter and friend of the team. lslis dry jokes and his "boners" often thrilled the class. "Honey" says that no girls shall mar his young life but already he is drifting for a certain girl in Dillingersville. Golf, being his favorite sport, l'lloney" expects to become a professional and earn fame in the National Open. Goodday, Elwood, and don't dub too many. l EDWIN E. KLAN l "Eddie" "Eddie" hails from that great metropolis of Vera Cruz. lle is the "brains" of the Sen- ior Class-l give you due warning, do not get into an argument with him for you will surely lose. Coming to more serious matters we Gnd "Eddie" really can work if he wants to. espe- cially so on the b-all field be- cause he has proven this to us by being on the team for the last three years. Whatever "Eddie" undertakes we know will be successful. l l3l1.Yt'bl1ll, 2-3--lj Ili-ly, 3. E E' DOROTHY S. KLIN li f'Tut" Chorus, 3--lg Prige Winner, junior Red Cross Essay Contest, 4. llere we see the nrst prize winner of the Senior lligh junior Red Cross Essay Contest. " I ut" is one of the talkative girls ot the class. "Tut's" main interest is centered in Yera Cruz. llis name is Lloyd-oh well that is her secret. Dorothy does not know what she intends to do after graduation. She likes stenographic work and may attempt it it she does not try the matrimonial path. Go to it "Tut"-we know you will be successful. Twenty-1zine WY f YWYXX yi YN WN V YNY Nw X e X X X X X S X S XX . GARWUOD KLlNlf "Cox" Hi-Y, 3--lg Baseball, 3-4. An argument-Subject?PP?-Baseball. Whenever you hear someone talking about baseball, you know "Cox" is around. lle is quite a talker. As lar as we know, he is not entangled with femalesllll "Govt" proved himself to be a good salesman, as he conduct- ed a prosperous business, until the expenses exceeded the pronts. Garwood devotes a fair portion of his time to his studies and knows his stuff rather well. Although he is uncertain as to his luture occupation we know ,lltmitar Club, 3-4,' Class Flay, 4,' Minstrel, I. WI LLIAM KX ERR 'flfloppyu llere comes another curly headed boy from Alb-urtis. "Floppy" likes to read Western magazines and shoot pool. l'le takes quite some interest in base- ball and he really can play. llowever, "l5loppy" does not spend all his time reading magazines and playing ball, but devotes much time to his school workllll He is usually a quiet b-oy but is always ready to take part in an argument. 'll5loppy" is undecided as to what he will do in the future but in wliatexfer he attempts to do we hope he will be successlul. TlJi1'ty he will succeed in whatever he attempts. GERTRUDE KN IZCHT "Gertie" Who is that standing across the street? Ohllll that is "Bing" waiting for "Gertie." It must be thrilling to have a body-guard. All kidding aside, 'lGertie" is one of the optim- ists in our class. She is always looking for fun and seems to find it, for she is always in the midst of merrymakers. "Gertie" will likely enter the teaching held, but we fear she will land in the matrimon- ial field. Nyliateyer she does we know she will succeed. llappy landings l l l l ll ""' 'i.'I X"" A ""' ' MARTIN Koen i " lVl a l o ' ' Ili-Y. 3'--I. "Malo" lives on Sunshine llill near Macungie. lle is a very quiet boy in school but out ot school he of course. has his lun. lle likes hunting, skating. and most all other outdoor sports. "lVlalo" know's his "onions" about machinery and farming. ln all arguments about automobiles "Malo" is sure to do his best for llenry liord. 'lMalo" is not interested in the weaker sex. lle devotes most of his time to his Physics. Martin is undecided about the future but what- ever he undertakes we wish him the best ol success. . PAUL KRATZER "Scratch" Crm Tamil, I-Z-5'-45 llmltb 'lScratch" is a faithful mem- Club 1' ber of our class. All kinds of mechanical work interests him. "Scratch" loves to drive all types of vehicles. In the morn- ing he drives his father's truck. in the afternoon. his brother's motorcycle. and in the evening he delights everybody with his acrobatic stunts on his bicycle. Apparently, "Scratch', is not interested in the opposite sex. but we can never tell. judging by scholastic records. we are positive Paul will succeed in ei everything he attempts. Good luck, Paul. THEDA KRAVSS "Tek" Debating, 2-3--lj Chorus, ?-45 Natiomzl l"o1'e11sic Club. 2-3-45 Class Play, 45 Triaizgular ljdllllllllg. -I: Uratorical Contest, 3. "Tek" hails from the large city ol' Nlacungie. She has taken quite some interest in public speak- ing. With her argumentative abilitv. she has helped to make the annual triangular debate a success. We are sure she has her eye on someone, but seri- ously "'l'ek" is a liriend to all, and her giggles can be readilv heard when the gang gets together. "Reds" wants to be a nurse when, she graduates and with her light, rythmic steps we know that even the insomnia patients will sleep. llere's hoping--For what? That we get sick! Slay success be yours! Tliirty-one 3 SSX s' is ss ,., . - . . ,. . .................,..,..e::..ff..f..t..Q.1:...Q...:qsNsNwee::1reQaaacawt.....t..tNw A lf Ev 4 ' hi? fE'1E'4 RICHARD C. LALTBACH "Dick" V. Football, 2-3-4,' Hi-Y Club, 4,' Drauzatics, 25 Chorus, l,' Health Club, I. Here we have one of Emaus High's most popular fellows. As an athlete. "Dick" has proved his merit as an end on the football squad. He was also a class basketball guard. "Dick" is a very serious chap ordinarily, but not very serious about the female sex. He expects to enter P. lVl. C. when he graduates from good old E. H. S. Well, "Dick" keep up the good Club, I. Chorus, 3, lllofzitor Club, 5-45 Ili-l', 5, A1z1zi'oersary MARIAN MANTZ "lX'laudy', zllinstrel, I,' Chorus, 3-4, .fllolzitor Club, 3-4,' Tattler Staff, -l,' Debating, 2-3. And-like a rabbit out of a hat we give you "lVlaudy"-a naturally l'quiet" person. You'd expect l'Maudy" to be quite an extensive reader-which she is. "lNlaudy" goes in for the heavier reading, for which many of us can be exceedingly grateful, for she has often provided us with the few helpful "notes,' which have made that urgent book report authentic. We say, "An Orchid To You." Oh, yes l-and we hear you are cah-razy about uniforms. What kind? Why, a nursels, of course! Thirty-two work. E. H. S. will never forget you. FOSTER S. LAUDENSCHLACER Behold! one of the few six- footers of ' the commercial class. Have you ever seen "Fosl' tickle the typewriter- quite a sight - in fact the commercial class would have quite a typist if it were not for the numerous errors caused by a defaulting typewriter. One seldom sees "Pos" with- out seeing UFulmer" because they are inseparable pals. "Fos" expects to go to busi- ness college after his gradua- tion from F. ll. S. and we are sure he will succeed. Good l.uck "Pos" xi ffffl. Y ,'AAA"'A"""'A" WHY k""L""' f 'ffmff '.'A""' 'kA"""' kk" ' . f.f.'f.Q.Q..Q.'f E f .'kk" 'iiffffillil .""k""'k '." ' "I! " l11'11f1 '..'f """"""' f """ I ff 'll """ 'TLQ . ' 'f -' f' Y i ,1,, 'V' X U ui ' ii' s I . I' a 'lf EMMA j. MARX "Skipper" Emma came to Emaus High a few years ago. As we all know "Skipper" hails from that great city known as "DiIIingersville." "Skipper" is very studious when "Dot" liline's shadow is not around to haunt her. Where "Skipper" is, there "Dot" is also. They seem to be an inseparable pair. We hope their friend- ship will never be severed. We do not know what Emma intends to do after she leaves High School. but we know it shall be some- thing worthwhile. The class of "36" wishes you success. ALTIIEA M. MILLER "Miller" Althea represents the typical high school girl-gay, young, cheerful and full of school spirit. lfler ready smile disap- pears in moments of serious concentration, for she really can do nne work when she tries. She is active in the cheer- ing section. Debating is her extra curricular activity. Macungie should recognize this distinguished young woman. May success be yours! I llebatiug, 2-3-45 National l"o7'c11sir: Club. Z-3--lg Chorus, 45 junior Oratorical Contest, if Dramatics, if Tattler Year- book Staff, 45 junior Prom Co11zmittve, 3. MARI E. MOI IR "slakey" Girls' Baseball, 4. ".lakey" hails from the rural section of Macungie. She is an all around Pal and sport. "jakey" and her Pal. "Chats" are inseparable. They are sure to be in the midst of some excitement or argument. Her interests fly to West Philadelphia. She adores dark curly hair. We wonder who? Well! laying all jokes aside, "jakey" is the type that everyone likes. She is one of those who never is disgusted. Marie expects to continue her educational career at Penn State. Go to it. l'lvirt,v-tlvrcc X 4 f'-" N ws?" rs e sf' X F "" """""' ' Hoes .,N,- -..- X..: . Tattler Staff, 3-3,' Dramatic Club, 4,' Year Book Staff, 4. ALTH EA OSMAN "Sue" Chorus, I-3-4, National Forensic, 2,' Dramatics, 2-4,' Debating, 4,' Tattler Staff, 4,' Year Book Staff, 4. 'Cood things come in small packages." She's little but that is no detriment to her being heard and recog- nized if not seen. Her brown eyes and happy-go-lucky personality attract many friends, especially a certain "someone" of the opposite sex. "Sues" soft natural waves are the envy of all the girls. She possesses a great deal of intelligence in her class work and really thinks before speaking. After graduation, her one desire is to become a nurse. Good Luck! Thirty-four ARLENE MOYER "Moyer" junior Prom Committee, 3,' Monitor Club, 3-4,' Chorus, 4,' Senior Class Play, 4,' Year Book Staff, 4. Introducing "Moyer", one of the charming co-eds of our class. Do not rush boys, she is already taken!! Her winning smile is one of the assets of her success in attracting many true friends. Arlene's scholastic ability has by no means been mediocre. Due to a well-developed sense of humor and self- control, Arlene is inclined to see the better side of life. Al'l6l'lC,S ambition, after leaving school, is to study the art of beauty culture. The class of '36 Wishes you the best of luck. WILLIAM NEETZ :rBiH-yn Crash! Bang! That must be "BilQl3Qand john Hook in one of their daily arguments. But, folks, they're the best of friends. "Billy,' had a column " in the Tattler, and also in the "Little Stick." He has a certain interest in Williamsport and makes the class do a lot of guessing. "Billy's" one ambition is to become a moving picture photographer. Keep up the ,good work. "Billy," and we're sure you'll be successful. A 1 'X ct ,,,,,,.,, , , , , ,,,, , , ,,,,.. .. , ,,,, , ,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,.,.,,.,,. , , , , , W W . t s . .. ,S l ... BARBARA PALENCAR "Birdie" Basketball, 2-3-4, fffaptain, 41, Tattler Staff, 4, Senior Class Play, 4. What would the center section of the basketball team of E. ll. S. do without the remarkable outstand- ing work of "Birdie?" Her athletic ability is a great asset to our Alma Mater. "Birdie" is one of the charming brunettes of the class. She has curly hair and two dimples, one on each cheek. Despite the angelic look, "Birdie" is a witty and fun-loving girl. "Birdie" is a very accomplished typist. and hopes to become somebody's private secretary. May she manipulate the "Keys of Life" in like manner. . RUBIE PYLE "Rubie" Hereig one of the Small Debating, 2-3'-4, Tattler members of the class-small Stall, 545 FOV?"-"fi Club- 3'4- in stature, but not in capacity for work. Rubie has been ac- tive in debating, and has been a faithful member ol' the Tat- tler Staff and the National Forensic Club. She expects to go to Penn State and prepare for the teaching profession. Goto il, Rubie. We know you'll succeed. llere's wishing Q an all-round pal a successful voyage through life. RUSSELL REI NI IARD "Russ" Track, l,' Football, I-2-3-4,' liasketball, 1-2-ig Baseball, 2-35 Senior Class Play, 4. f'Russ" is a jack-of-all-sports and has been a success in baseball, basketball, and a star in football. Members of the opposite sex are his pet hobbies. Erequently you can see 'iRuss's" milk truck on Adraln Street. We wonder why? Could it be a cer- tain girl in the Sophomore class???? "Russ" is a great outdoor enthusiast, he enjoys hunting, trapping, and hshing. "Russ" is undecided to what he would like to do for a living. Good luck to you "Russ" Thirty-fifve ':f:.:i:::::' Sl.. ' QQ A"' ig Sgt.. is ss is s kiss' stress s s is sk ..Tf5:g...1i ...... llOW.-XRD P. Rl'li'l'ER, xl R. "Ritter" junior lligb Basketball, l,' Inter-Class Basketball, I-2,' Monitor Club, 2-5-45 jzmior Prouz Co11z11zitte0, 5. Behold one of the tallest members ol' our class! Oh yes, he is quite good-looking too. lle is another Senior from Macungie. You may think "Ritter" bashlul when you tirst look at him, but get him into a crowd and then see what "Ritter" is like. lloward is seen quite frequently on Third Street We wonder why? Howard expects to continue his commercial knowledge after leaving school. Success lfootlmll, 45 Ili-lf -lg Class Play, 4. NAOMI RL"l'll "Ruddy" fl1'lll0l'ltflll Contest, 55 .llll15ll'6l, 1. Naomi is a dark haired member of our class and is rather quiet. She is not very tall but she has a great capacity for work. She is an all around good pal and a good sport. "Ruddy" likes to dance and can she dance! We do not know what "Ruddy's'l intentions are, but whatever they are, we feel sure she will succeed. Go to it, "Ruddy"l 'lihe class wishes you an unconditional "Good Luck." I'lvirly-six be yours, "Ritterf' EDWIN E. ROHRBACII "Eddie" Bravo! Bravo! Almost last but far from the least, we find the he-man of the class. Whenever there is a joke to be cracked "Ed- die" is right there to crack it. "Eddie" is one of the "three horsemen," Weida, Bachman, and Rohrbachg the stalwart three ol the General section. "Eddie', is still free and single, so here's a chance for you, leap-year-lassies. "liddie's" lile ambition is to be a general mechanic. We are behind 'AEddie" IOOQI. ... .. . . - i E . . .. . .... STANLEY E. SHOEMAKER "Pea-Eye" Hi- l" 3-4 Dramatics 4 Stanley is one of the .very few quiet members of the class. Oh yes. he is quite good-looking, toog but do not crowd, girls, his interests are already in the Lity ot Lebanon. Once in a while Stanley gets an inspiration and then he studies. At times the inspirations are few and far between. But why discuss that phase? We are in the dark as to what Stanley will do after graduation but whatever Stanley attempts, we know, will be a success. EVELYN C. STlCl lTER "Evie" Here we present a fair mem- ber of our class who hails from Macungie. Evelyn is studious, always has her work done and is also very quiet. We often wonder whether she isn't quiet in order that she will not di- vulge any secrets. Honor Rolls are incomplete without Evelyn's name. Although still undecided as to what she will do when out of school. "Evie" would be an asset to any business. Well. whatever you choose, here's the best of luck. X . Ttlflflel' Sian, 4,' livdl' 800k Staff, 4. BOYD STRUNK "Strunky" Orchestra, I-Z-3-4 fl'resident-4j,' Charm 5-4,' Tattler Staff 4,' Hi-l' Club 3-4 Kl'reside1zt-4j,' Dramat- ics 4,' Melodiers Z-5-4. llere comes a student who knows his Mathematics and Physics. lf you want a problem worked correctly bring it to "Strunky" and he will do it if it can pos- sibly be done. Strunk knows a good car when he sees one and that is why he drives a Ford. Boyd lives in Zionsville but spends most ol' his time in limaus with the other members of the "lNlelodiers Quartet." Boyd expects to enter college and we all know that he is sure of a successful future. 4 Tlvirty-se1'en N NY fs. 'X x N QT. R35 X S Aa.: ASX Cheerleader, 4,4 Cborns, 3- 4,' Year Book Staff, 4,' Tattler Staff, 4. WELTON ZENTNER 'fBlinkity" Football Manager 4,' Debating Z,' Basketball Man- ager 4,' Baseball Manager 4,' Basketball 4. "Blinkity" is one of our faithful student managers. "Blinkity" has a little trouble with his eyes and is al- ll uf., K. .,,, NF' t .c . El i jOHN A. WEIDNER "johnny" Latin C lnb I,' Orchestra I-Z,' Ili-Y 4,' Dranzatics 4. john hails from Alburtis, which is a little town, a few miles from here. "johnny" is studious at times but often forgets his studies in the evening. He may seem bashful, but when he is Wound up he can help himself. john is very fortunate to be employed by one of the merchants in Alburtis. lt is enjoyable work because he contacts good-looking girls. Although he has a part- time job, he does not neglect his studies. Here's wishing success to you and hoping you may become a manager some day. ARVILLA WENTZ "Toots" Let's go with the "Fight Green and. Gold Yell, Hip, l-lip." Here she is, the star cheerleader of E. H. S. Small but mighty, f"lioots" chooses for her qualihcations pep, vim, and vigor. Her main interest centers on a certain male at the Broad Street Hotel. "Toots" is a fine sport and is always in on all the pranks. "Toots" has the ability to rattle the keys on the type- writer. She is already prepar- ing to be a stenographer in her father's office. We wish her boundless success. K ways being teased about it. Ask him about the time he gave the varsity the jay Vee Suits. "Blinkity" is often known as a lady killer-we wonder why? He is known how to play the best game of pocket billiard in the high school. After graduation, "l3linkity" expects to be- come an interior decorator and apply his well liked colors to his work. Thirty-eight t I ffl s KU U ICICI LONG LONG AGO 4 Class of 1936 When Freshmen Tlrzrty Nme Forty ig? LIP! we CLASS WILL With the passing of each day, our earthly days are rapidly coming to an end. We, the members of the Class of 1936, find it advisable to draw up our last will and testament, for the date of our mass execution has been set for june 18, at 10:30 P. M., and according to reliable information, fsince we are not in New jerseyj there will be no reprieves granted. We have been accused of unlawfully breaking into our classrooms after school hours, for the purpose of secretly holding Pt. D. and Commercial Law classes. Spies have reported that our interest in these subjects was so zealous that we carried these classes into the wee hours of the morning. We are to die quite horribly, for we are to be exposed to alternate shocks of P. D. and Com- mercial Law, each applied for a period of 10 hours, and each shock following directly after the previous one, until complete exhaustion sets in. Our co-execu- tioners, Miriam F. Kline and Gladys B. Houser, have been appointed by Warden H. j. Yeager. , Before we, the Class of 1936, go to the Great Beyond, we hereby draw up and present this, our last will and testament, to our esteemed brothers and sisters, the Class of 1937, and we want them to know that each priceless possession with which we do hereby part, is presented in all sincerity, and from the bottom of our heart: l. Lucille Bieber's love affairs to Catherine Borger. 2. Dorothy Bortz's dainty Hgure to Olive Stoudt. 3. To George Peguesse, Olive Brensinger's studious qualities. 4. Gladys Buss' sophistication to Ruth Wartman. 5. Croll's impersonations to Linwood Nester. 6. Tof ucretia Smoyer, Mae Deischer's frequent Ford and Chevvie trips. 7 Annabelle DeLong's talkativeness to Mary jane Chirstman. 8.. Evelyn Fegley's male interests in surrounding towns to Mildred Antrim. 9. Helen Eeninez' dancing rhythm to Helen Kriebel. 10. To Veronica Bednar, joyce Haberstumpf's basketball ability. ll. To Richard Montz, Geneva Hallls piano playing. ' 12. Kathryn Hamscher's freckles to Harold Rice. 13. LaRue l-lausman's singing lessons to Karl Schuster. 14. Madeline Hillegass' exclusive manner of walking to Kermit Shelly. 15. To john Fulmer, Althea Kel1er's blond tresses. 16. Dorothy K1ine's "True Story" magazines to Earl Butz. 17. Gertrude Knecht's "steady" to Ruth Erankenneld. 18. Theda Krauss' merry laughter to Ruth Stauffer. 19. Marian Mantz's jolly nature to Roger Neetz. 20. To Byron Knoll, Emma Marx's taciturnity. 21. Althea Mi1ler's glasses to Paul Schuler. 22. Marie Mohr's Philadelphia boy-friend to Evelyn Kuehn. 23. To Anna Schantzenbach, Arlene Moyer's boy interests. 24. Althea Osman's "jocur" wave-set to Marie LeVan. 25. Barbara Palencar's pretty black locks to Geraldine Kline. 26. Rubie Pyle's P. D. knowledge to Royal Baumgartner. 27. To Arlene Sallade, Naomi Ruth's yellow sweater. 28. Arvilla Wentz's chewing gum to Delmore Meitzler. 29. joseph Bachman's slenderness to Lawrence Amig. 30. To Howard Long, Charles Bittenbendefs midget qualities. Y 3l. Leon Boyer's deep bass voice to james Wert. 32. Wm. l3rensinger's Ford V-8 to Kermit Gehman. 33. To David Geissinger, Creighton Buss' mellow tenor voice. 34. Bernard Christman's silence to Harvey Schmoyer. 35. To Robert Christman, Kenneth Dorney's trips to Adrain Street. 36. Russel Eck's daily bus ride to school to Geneva Yeahl. 37. Robert Eltz's dramatic ability to Margaret Stash. 38. Herman Gery's ability to read German to Gerald Shingler. 39. To Homer Keller, Arthur Graybill's "Crosby," voice. 40. Quentin Helfrich's manner of teasing girls to George Heinly. 4l. To Helen Mclnroy, Clair Herman's pitching ability. 42. john Hook's daily hike to school to Kenneth Nuss. 43. Charles lobst's attraction for the opposite sex to Richard Lutsey. 44. Ellwood Keyser's skill at pool to Donald Wilson. 45. Edwin Klan's baseball ability to Charles Egner. 46. To Walter Yarus, Garwood Kline's knowledge of baseball. 47. Wm. Knerr's famous ears to Arlene Hoffman. 48. To Dorothy Drake, Martin Koch's knowledge of tractors. 49. Paul Kratzer's bicycle to Althea Gilbert. 50. Richard Laubach's position at end, to Lucille Hoyt. 5l. Foster Laudenschlager's frequent "cellar parties" to LaRue Miller. 52. Lillian Roeder, Donald Luckey's keen hunting eye. 53. Wm. Neetz's journalistic tendencies to Edward Lehman. 54. To Claude Schultz, Russell Reinhard's girl friendp ff- 55. Howard Ritter's anchor position on the Macungie gaiiguto Ethel Heist. 56. Edwin Rohrbach's moustache to Daniel Schantz. ' 57. Horace Schantz, jr's. romanes to jessie Schantzenbach. 58. Stanley Shoemaker's "alliterated" name to Kenneth Keller. 59. To Russell Scheirer, Boyd Strunk's Ford CV-80 60. Donald Weida's football ability to Anna Acker. 6l. john Weidner's high shorthand grades to Charles Walbert. 62. To Capitola Albitz, Welton Zentner's physique. 63. Russel Geiger's height to Howard DeEsch. Finally, it is our dying wish that Gladys B. Houser and Elwood L. Ortt be hereby appointed and empowered Executors of our above last Will and Testa- ment. In witness whereof, we hereby subbscribe our name, and affix our seal, this eighteenth day of june, IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD, ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND THIRTY SIX. CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-SIX CSEALD The Senior Class, witnessing the signing, sealing, and publishing of this Will by the Executors, hereby declares this Will valid, and never to be questioned. A pprovea' .' Witnesses .' Horace Schantz, jr., Class Pres. Laboratory Goldfish: Kenneth Dorney, Vice Pres. Oscar Minnie Zeke Vkfellington jeff. Forty-one I , ., . ,,., ,, ' if S' I I' Q ,..,,. s. - A5 5 ,.., i 211 CLASS PROPHECY 40-50-60-70 the needle of the speedometer of my "Blue Streak" quivered at 75. Fortunately I met no "cops" on the highway to Emaus. I had not seen Emaus since my graduation from the Emaus High School in 1936, and now in 1950 I returned to find, in place of a small town, a fair sized city. I stopped at the forty story "Hotel Emaus" and saw on the large Neon sign extending from the building the words: "Barbara Palencar, Proprietor." I never dreamed that Barbara, a classmate of mine would some day own a hotel. After a brief visit to the folks at home I set off again to tour the world. The next day found me in New York. I stopped at a restaurant and here I met Dorothy Kline, who was a waitress, she told me that Emma Marx was the Chief Cook. After leaving the restaurant I rode to the Franklin Airport. I stepped into the office and Paul Kratzer jumped up from a deep, cushioned office chair and grasped my hand. He told me he was manager of the Airport. As I was departing, I met Edwin Rohrbach, dressed in overalls, and full of grease, he was the General Mechanic at the Airport. D I was walking on. Broadway when I met Althea Keller. I discovered that she was a commercial, artist. For the rest of the day I rested, intending to leave New York the following morning. In the evening of the next day I stopped in at a beautiful dance hall. Here I saw "Bob Eltz and his jolly Crowd," his high school ambition was realized. At nine o'clock the next morning I was in Ohio. In Cleveland I met Elwood Keyser, who was handing out cigars, he was running for the office of mayor. I also saw Olive Brensinger, a teacher in the Cleveland High School. Leaving Ohio, I went directly to Michigan. As I was passing a large field of grain, I saw a sign which read: "Shoemaker 81 Weidner, Wholesale Grain Dealers." Could it be two other classmates of mine? And sure enough they were the Stanley and john of the class of "36". In Detroit I was invited to visit the world's largest Radio Station. At the station I heard LaRue Hausman and Arlene Moyer thrill the world for half an hour with their magnificent singing. Forty two M . V ,,ifgAif ...,. f '.. . . . .... . . ., W ,'Q,., . I. biibg ,.. . . . .g O CLASS PROPHECY At Paxton College in Detroit, I saw Donald Wieda, the head coach. While reading the "Detroitette" a popular magazine, I was surprised to see joyce Haberstumpf's name on the front cover,-below the illustration. I discovered she was a modern illustrator. " In the department store of "BIackberne 8: Son," I met Gladys Buss, a busy clerk. From Detroit I rode to Chicago. My "Blue Streak" was doing well under the conditions. On Bayridge Avenue I saw a sign advertising, Dr. Horace Schantz. In his office I saw Marian Mantz, who was his private nurse. When putting up my car for the night in a large garage I saw joseph Bachman, a mechanic. He showed me Martin Koch's racer which was to be shipped to Indianapolis. As I departed from the garage l bumped into Leon Boyer, traveler and lecturer. Visiting the schools of Chicago, I met three of my classmates who were teachers. I saw first Annabelle DeLong, a primary teacher, then, Lucille Bieber, another primary teacher, and in a High School I met Dorothy Bortz, who taught Home Economics. At the Haley High School of Chicago, I met Garwood Kline, who was the Baseball Coach. In the office of one of the biggest firms of Chicago I saw Grace Croll, a stenographer and typist. ' While in the "First National Bank of Chicago, I saw on a door the words: "Kenneth Dorney, President, Private." He informed me that he had Helen Feninez working for him. In a large manufacturing plant I saw Boyd Strunk, an electrical engineer, and in another large plant I met Russel Gieger, also an engineer. I visited the Saucon Hospital and saw Theda Krause and William Bren- singer who were attendants. While eating in a large restaurant I found that Marie Mohr was the dietician. After a two weeks stay in Chicago I decided to move on and went to South Dakota. Here I met my old pal Quentin Helfrich, who was the head of the the "Helfrich Traveling Circus." At St. Paul Minnesota I saw Russel Eck, a traveling salesman. And at St. Paul High School I met Welton Zentner, the Athletic Coach. Forty tbree 4 . . vu ww lille' 5 1 CLASS PROPHECY In Texas I met Richard Laubach, a Ranch Owner. And while in New Mexico I saw Charles Bittenbender who informed me that he was in the mining business, and doing well. I reached California in exactly forty-two days after I started from Emaus. Here I met Arthur Graybill, ex-navy man, who had found fame and fortune in Hollywood. In Santa Rosa I met Foster Laudenslager and Bernard Christman in Army togs. They informed me that they were on a leave of ten days from Fort Levan. about five miles from Santa Rosa. I was informed that Nladelon Hillegas was a personal maid to Breta jarlow, famous movie star. At the "Silver Spleen" ballroom I saw Geneva Hall pounding away on the piano. I had the surprise of my life when I met Russel Reinhard in Holly- wood and he told me that he was a croomer. I met Evelyn Stichter, who was bookkeeper for the Box Pictures Inc. William Neetz called at the Roberts Studio in Hollywood, and had me watch him photograph a part of a modern picture, with Althea Osman starring. I met Claire Herman, a chauffeur and mechanic for a popular movie actor. Evelyn Fegely, I found, was a private nurse to the daughter of a movie actress. And I was pleased when I saw Katherine Hamscher Hxing hair for the movie stars. In the largest department store in Hollywood I saw Althea Miller, who was a clerk. I went back to Emaus soon, and there at the City Hospital, I met Charles Iobst, doctor and Naomi Ruth, a nurse. In the schools of Emaus I found three Classmates of mine teaching, they were: Mae Deischer, Edwin Klan' and Rubie Pyle. I found that Gertrude Knecht was happily married with a small family. Creighton Buss was the president of the Emaus Silk Mill Association. Arvil-la Wentz I found, was a bookkeeper in the Emaus National Bank. After seeing all these classmates of mine so well established in the World, I have a light heart and I sincerely hope for the best for everyone. After a trip so tiresome I deserve a rest so if you'll excuse me I'll retire. Editor's note: The author of this prophecy, john Hook, was elected Chair- man of the Board of Directors in the Emaus National' Bank and a rumor is being spread that he is soon to receive an appointment to the Board of the Federal Reserve. Forty four Usilillgli leltl STSXOIASIOIOI DRAlVlATlC ACHIEVEMENTS On December 6, the Senior Class presented its first class play before a large enthusiastic audience. The play was a rollicking farce in three acts entitled "Mountain lVlumps." The plot and story consisted of the misfortunes of a wealthy family and how the misfortunes were treated. The climax of the play was reached when all the characters were stricken with imaginary cases of "Mountain Mumpsf' This funny episode carried the audience along in a mad turmoil of laughter until the hnal curtain dropped. The following seniors were selected for the cast of characters: Lucille Bieber .... Althea Keller .... joyce Haberstumpf Althea Osman .... Leon Boyer ...... William Brensinger Peg,Southern .. ....... Mrs. Chilton . . . .... Florence Chilton .......SneChilton . . . . . . . . Calvin Chilton . . . ..... Link Forestor john Hook ......... .. . Timothy Regan Boyd Strunk ..... Gladys Buss .... Mae Deischer .... Kenneth Dorney .. Horace Schantz, jr. .... . .. Kerry Regan Mrs. Bebe Shotts Lida Shotts Dr.Miller HonierRiggs The second Senior Class Play was presented on April 3 before a pleasing audience. This play was a youthful comedy written especially for young people, as the title, "Young and Healthy," suggests. The play dealt with the problems of two young brothers who were orphans but had many young friends. The play containedhighly amusing and dramatic situations, such as the practice for a High School Play and the make-believe rob- bery. The seniors selected for the cast of "Young and Healthy" were: Herman Ger-y - .................,............... Bobby Means Charles lobst Creighton Buss Arthur Graybill .... .. . . . .... Harold Means Bill Baker "Windy" Williams Russel Reinhard .... ....... A bbott Ardsley Robert Eltz ...... Garrison Garwood Barbara Palencar ...... 'Evelyn Pringle Arlene Moyer .... Theda Krauss .. . . . . Vivian Adams Ruth Meek Evelyn Fegley .... .... E lirabeth Evans Gertrude Knecht ...... Edith Evans Grace Croll ....... . . . . . Pansy Pearl Forty-five "XXK f 1:12 X"' Qggi ,..x X XSMXX , E, Wifi! 2 Q 5 if i'm Forty-six XN Ulu 33225 , wh- A i yum CLASS OF 1937 BOYS Amig, Lawrence ' Basko, Andrew Baumgartner, Royal Brotzgan, joseph Butz, 'Earl Christman, Robert DeEsch, Howard Egner, Charles Fulmer, john Gehman, Kermit Gerssinger, David Gilbert, Roy Heinly, George Heinly, Norman iv leleiter, Clair Keller, Homer Keller, Kenneth Kovach, George Knoll, Byron Lehman, Edward Long, Elmer Long, Howard Lutsey, Richard CLASS O Acker, Anna Albitz, Capitola Antrim, Mildred Bednar, Veronica Berger, Dorothy Borger, Catherine Christman, Mary jane Cope, Annabelle Dankel, Arlene Drake, Dorothy Dunstan, .Annabelle Fetterman, Marion Frankenneld, Ruth Gilbert, Althea Heist, Ethel Hoffman, Arlene Hoyt, Lucille lobst, jean Keyser, Arlene Kline, Betty Kline, Geraldine Meitzler, Delmore Montz, Richard Neetz, Roger Nester, Linwood N s, Kenneth Pgglesse, George Rice, Harold Schantz, Daniel Scheirer, Russel Schoch, Franklin Schuler, Paul Schultz, Claude Schuster, Karl Shelly, Kermit Shingler, Gerald Sicorski, joseph Smoyer, Harvey Trumbore, Robert Walbert, Charles VJalbert, Thomas Wert, james Wilson, Donald Yafus, Walter F 1937 GIRLS Kriebel, Helen Keuhn, Evelyn LeVan, Marie Mclnroy, Helen Miller, Elaine Miller, LaRue Ortt, Irene Paules, Claudean Reifsnyder, Corinne Roeder, Lillian Sallade, Arlene Schantzenbach, Anna Schantzenbach, jessie Smoyer, Lucretia Stash, Margaret Stoudt, Olive Wartman, Ruth Weaver, Evelyn Werner, Evelyn Yeahl, Geneva id Forty-seven ,mia FXNS ,ah X R :WV HH H+-H xi xixxwxvxks ' x wx X x xx Q Q W 1 l'1Ul'f'1'-dig bt 8tWt!lLfisi1ililIfltIi15IUH0101 Ahner, Robert Amig, Delbert Bachman, Henry Baus, Charles Baus, Leonard Becker, Edward Benedick, George Bovankovich, joe Boyer, Percival Brensinger, Donald Burian, Edward Carl, Terrence Carl, Wesley Christman, Clair Custer, Samuel DeVries, Gerald Dries, Paul Erney, Bruce Findlay, William Frey, Paul Gall, joseph "1 Adams, Dorothea Bieber, Miriam Bowers, Ellawesa Butz, jean Diehl, Adeline Dunstan, Loretta Fegley, Sarah Funk, Arlene Glassburner, Fern Goheen, Ruth Hanvick, Fern Heffner, Bernice Hensinger, Fern Hensinger, Minerva Hersh, Irene Hilbert, Evelyn Huetsch, Alverta jagnesak, Helen jones, Mary Kemmerer, Kathryn Kemmerer, Regina Kerak, Anna CLASS OF 1938 BOYS Greenwalt, Clifford Haberstumpf, Herman Hamscher, Warren Hanger, Paul llaring, Kenneth Hartman, Durell Held, Cletus Hillegass, Alfred Hoffman, james Hunsberger, Warren Knauss, Harold Kotch, Stephen Kressley, Carson Laubach, Charles Lawrence, George Lick, Percy Mehi, Charles Miller, Albert Mohr, Henry Moll, Earl CLASS OF 1938 GIRLS Kiefer, Annabelle Kistler, Anna Kleintop, Grace Kline, Emma Knappenberger, Gladys Knauss, Lillian Kocis, Verna Kruse, Arlene Kuehl, Mary Lichtenwalner, Gladys Lichtenwalner, Mary A. Lukens, Lucille Matura, Martha McElroy, Elaine Moyer, Rhea Palencar, Florence Peguesse, Dorothy Prisaznik, Mary Raedler, Ruth Reinhard, Aurelia Riegner, Verna Reagan, Daniel Reichard, Wilbur Reinhard, Robert Reinhard, Myron Ritter, Winston Rohrbach, Gerald Romanchiuk, Mike Scheirer, Harold Seislove, Charles Sikora, john Snyder, Roy Stoneback, Dalton Valenteen, Thomas Vetrosky, Thomas Wagner, Billy Weaver, Albert Vlfeida, Amos Weidner, Forrest Weider, Donald Weider, Willard Rubenak, Dorothy Ruch, Catherine Schantz, Ruth Schueck, Ruth Schwartz, Edna Sell, Mildred Shupp, Morjorie Sikorski, Sophie Stobo, jean Stortz, Eleanor Stortz, Helen Stratiss,'Catherine Stroh, Arlene Strohm, Lorraine Tapler, Helen Trappe, Lorraine Weider, joyce Wenner, joyce Wetherhold, Betty Wieder, Lucille Winzer, Althea l' F orty-nine Miiifjfff '..,... ' 5 """' W' """'x"""""' i?f211121fff:i UP f"S"X Pwgx i?x'gk"5?vgYX' SW Ne? 1 s 5 f Q N M MS' . ,,, , ,, x.-,..,,,xwk.A,,x ' x,., .- AA ,x +. . .1 A .x.. .... ,.,...mwxaaas.mmmXQQ?EsmwSx.NlsR:.:a.:.QQm . 51, Fifty ' I, , A LA .'. --1 -4 - 1- DMV III!! is I ffl s SDIO u ICICI Bachman, Charles Barner, Paul Bohus, john Boyer, jack Brown, George Burian, Delbert Carl, William Cope, Harvey Correll, Richard Deibert, Charles Deibert, Earl DeVries, Wesley Dries, Marvin Angney, Annie Arndt, Mildred Balascak, Verna Bauer, Gladys Bauer, Sarah jane Bechtel, Esther Bieber, Arlene Boyer, Ruth Breunig, Dorothy Brey, A Dorothy Buss, Mary I Butz, Evelyn Carter, jessetine Christman, Mary Clauser, Leuella Conrad. Charlotte Danner, Dorothy David, Winifred DeFrain, Pauline Druckenmiller, jean Dwornak, Stella Dwornak, Olga Engleman, jeanne Erh, Lorraine Erb, Viola Fsterly, Virginia Faust, Evelyn ' Faust. june Fehnel, Fvelvn Gehman. Beatrice CLASS OF 1939 BOYS Edwards, Clifford Hallman, Harvey Heckman, Dallas Hensinger, Kermit Kriebel, William Laubach, George Laudenslager, Donald Line, Paul Marks, Marvin Miller, Charles Miller, john Miller. joseph Miller. Richard CLASS OF 1939 GIRLS Getz, jean Gilbert, Evelyn Haberstumpl, Grace Hartman, Hazel Hauser, Anna Helfrich, Ruth Hersh, Arlene Hilbert, Pauline Hunsicker, Dorothy Keiser, Mary Ann Kerak, ,Elizabeth Kleppinger, Dorothy Koch, Marie Koneski. Stella Kotch, Helen Merkel, jean Miklencic. Rose Miller, Marilyn Miller, Rhea Miller. Thelma Mohr. jean Moritz, Ruth ' Moyer, Betty Noll, Pauline Oswald, Elda Rader, Arlene Reicliard, Lorraine Reinert. Marie 2 Reinhard, Virginia Neitz, Ravellan Prisaznik, lfrank Reinhard, LeRoy Reiter, Carlton Reitz, Theodore Schantzenb-ach. Wilbur Schniick, Horatio Schoch, Harold Schuster, William Stauller, Ralph Stoudt, Walter Wambold, Guy 4 Reinhart. Fern Renner, Mae Schantzenbach, Phyllis Schuler, Evangeline Sell, Alma Sell, Miriam Shelly, Muriel Singmaster, Anna Louise Smith, Edan Stoudt, Fern Stoudt, Lorraine Stoudt, Minerva Stortz, Ruth Swavely, Lorraine Szewczak, Carrie Treichler, Charlotte Yalenteen. june Yargo, Caroline Yargo, Mary Vetroskey, Margaret Vogel, Arline Walter, Fern Walter, julia Wambold. Irene Wennig, Gloria Wentz, Dorothea Woodring, Pauline Yoachim, Fave Zawoda, Sophie I zfti on ss ss sssssss s ss s ss L ss s s s s ss s ssssssss sssss Fifty-two CLASS OFFICERS CLASS HORACE SCHANTZ, jR. . .. KENNETH DORNEY ALTHEA KELLER .... DONALD WEIDA ...... ARTHUR GRAYBILL CLASS GERALD SHINGLER .... DAVID GEISINGER GENEVA YEAHL ....... ROYAL BAUMGARTNER CLASS SA RA H F EGLEY ...... DOROTH EA ADAMS .... BETTY WETHERHOLD . JEAN STOBO .......... JAM ES HOFFMAN .... CLASS -IEANNE ENGLEMAN JEAN GETZ ............ DORQTHY HUNSICKER ANN LOUISE SINGMASTER .. 1936 . . . . . . . President . . . . Vice President . . . . . . . Secretary Treasurer Assistant Treasurer 1937 . . . . . . . President . . . . Vice President Secretary . . . Treasurer 1938 -...... President . . . . Vice President Secretary Treasurer Assistant Treasurer 1939 . . . . . . . President . . . . Vice President . . . . . Secretary . . . Treasurer rganizationsww css sxsxmsyx N I ses sxxxxx x m se XXN WNbN NWWX WWXW swws ww ss X s ts s s Ns stxs s s s s X539 Rss ess by tssxsectsss 'lXi1iiil13ll MIELOIDIIZIQS Ql7fXI2'I'IZ'IA Ih1s quartet was organized when the tour boys were sophoinores ' 'H V 111 II1gI1 School, 'I hey were tI1en knonn as tI1e 'Soplioinore Quartet." Wlien they became kluniors 111 school they changed the IILIINL' to "Nh-Iodiers Quartet." V Ihe quartet was under the able direction ol the IIILISIC teacher. Ifrrol lx Peters. and has IiIIed close to Iwo hundred engagements. 'Ihe personnel ol' the quartet is Creighton Buss, Iirst tenor: Boyd Strunk second tenor: Willitun Iirensinger, baritone: and Leon P. Boyer, bass. I NI any a song was sung by these boys 1: yery one said, "It's tI1e quartet ol' 1ny choice." I. onely hearts were made happy and gay O nly through songs by these boys every day. I3 uring their course they entertained young and old, I n no one occasion have they been too bold. If ach one ol' these boys had proven his xyorth I2 ight down to this day S ince tI1e time ol' I1is birth. Q uietly now, it's the worId's turn to praise I' ntil these young boys have run their rough race, ,X Iyyays we'Il renieniber what these boys have done R eadily we'II strive to encourage them on. "I IICYCYS nothing like singing," Ii ach one of these boys says. 'I' hen here's hoping its bringing them Endless success. lfifty-Eve QW M ia, WWW Z? Agjiix '-,: S -:Q: - Ag I :Jigga li 5 , . V' NATIONAL FORENSIC CLUB The National Forensic Club has been an active organization during the past school term and has grown steadily. Several of the members have been admitted to the National Forensic League. Meetings were held monthly. The club participated in various activities throughout the yar. Several contests were held with other schools., At the beginning of the term, a play, "Waiting for the Trolley," was presented. The present ofiicers of the club are: David Geisinger, president, llelen Mclnroy, vice president, Olive Brensinger, secretary, Miss Beary, treasurerg and faculty adviser, Mr. Laudenslager. The present members of the club are: Rubie Pyle David Geisinger Walter Yarus Lillian Roeder john Hook Daniel Schantz Russel Geiger Mary jane Christman jean lobst Veronica Bednar F ifty-six Geneva Hall Olive Brensinger Althea Miller Theda Krauss Lucretia Smoyer Geraldine Kline Howard Long Helen Mclnroy Earl Butz George Peguesse J i W 'rAT'rLER STAFF Editor-in-cbief Associate Editor Charles lobst Geraldine Kline Literary Editors Athletic Editors Althea Osman Donald Weida Boyd Strunk -Ioyee llalwerstumpf Exchange Editor fllninni Editor llzunor Editor William Brensinger Thelma Stortz - Herman Gery Reporters Olive Brensinger Althea Keller jean lobst Grace Croll Marian Mant! Howard Long Evelyn Fegley Rubie Pyle Helen Melnroy john Hook David Geisinger Roger Neetz Donald Wilson Geneva Yeahl Typists Arvilla Wentz LaRue Hausman Arlene Moyer Allhea Keller Business Manager Kenneth Dorney Althea Osman Helen Feninez Barbara Palencar Evelyn Stiehter .f1dz'er. Managers Creighton Buss Mae Deischer Horace Schantz, jr. Faculty Adzisors Edwin Klan Quentin Helfrich joyce llaberstumpl' Althea Miller Circulation llfdllij. Arthur Graybill Lucille Bieber H. H. Becker A. S. Benileld E. L. Ortt H. K. Deiseher K. Peters Arlene Strauss A. F. Heller F. I-I. Laudenslager Fifty-seven ,,,--,,,. ,-f- ' ' ....,.,.. I ,, . : . l HI-Y CLUB The Hi-Y Club was organized for the purpose of creating, maintaining and extending throughput the school and community high standards of Christian character. 'Vi Meetings were held every second and fourth Tuesday ol each month. Prominent clergymen from this and surrounding communities were guest speakers, and they presented the club with interesting and educational topics. The four planks of the club are clean living, clean speech, clean sports and clean scholarship. The oflicers of the club are: President-Boyd Strunk Vice President-Horace Schantz, jr. Secretary-Donald Weida Chaplain-Kenneth Dorney Faculty Adviser-Mr. Harvey H. Becker The other members of the club are: lobst, Charles Bachman, joseph Bittenbender, Charles Keyser. Elwood Klan, Edwin Kline, Caiwood Koch, Martin Long. Howard Montz, Richard Rice, Harold Brensinger, William Brotznian, joseph Buss, Creighton Butz, Earl Geiger, Russel Geisinger, David Gery, Herman F ifty-eigbt Rohrbach, Edwin Schantz, Daniel Scheirer, Russel Shingler, C-erald Shoemaker, Stanley Weidner, john Wilson, Donald Yarus, Walter :f l tttf H 1' H fL .hS..H iiiii iiiiiii --S , i i t Q ff MONITOR CLUB OFFICERS Captain .......... .. Kenneth Dorzzey Lieutenant ......... Creighton Buss liaculty Supervisor ....... .. ...........,. Mr. lleisclver The Monitor Club is composed of Senior High students who are willing to give part ot their time to regulate, direct, and supervise the students when classes change, and protect their fellow-students at the crossings. Green and Gold emblems are awarded annually to the students whose ser- vices are satisfactory. The motto of the club is: "We are willing to help others who may need help." Kenneth Dorney Creighton Buss llerman Gery lloward Ritter Marion Mantz Evelyn Eegley Gertrude Knecht Annabelle DeLong Samuel Custer MEMBERS Mae Deischer Arlene Moyer Eoster Laudenschlager Harold Rice john Eulmer Donald Lucky Kenneth Keller Linwood Nester Thomas Vetrosliy Daniel Schantx Claude Schultz Veronica Bednar I lelen Mclnroy Geraldine Kline Lucretia Smoyer Lillian Roeder Geneva Yeahl F i fty-ni ne 1 l ws . .. , .SLU Zi. .Rg::R35,g5 .,..g ,.,. ...it Ukfyh 1 sf, . S,SETA.. ,. . MQ? W ,,..vYv .,,, Q , ,,.,, ...,gs.,..kg, i ','v- U QI.w,s,s,.k.,.,x.,,,k,.g,.,, Sixty l i 1 r TRIANGULAR DEBATING TEAM The Class of '36 produced a fairly good debating team this year. The affirmative team consisted of Althea Miller, Grace Croll, john llook, and Rubie Pyle as alternate. The negative team was composed of Theda Krauss, Althea Osman, Arthur Graybill, and Althea Keller as alternate. The question for this year was "Resolved: That the Several States should enact legislation providing for a system of free medical service available to all citizens at public expense." On the whole, the teams did good debating. In the Triangular debate, the affirmative defeated Slatington but the negative was defeated by Catasauqua. ln the reverse Triangular debate, the affirmative was defeated by Catasauqua but the negative was victorious over Slatington. Much of the success of our teams was due to Mr. Benfield's untiring efforts to produce successful teams. The teams appreciate all the kindness shown them during their debating career and wish to take this opportunity to thank those who made it possible. ... ......., Y X .... ' ss 5 s s s r N N "x" Abner, Robert Backensto, lilwood Balze, Paul Bogert, jeanetta Burger, Catherine Brensinger, Donald Brensinger, William Christman, Oscar Christman, Robert Custer, Samuel DeFries, Gerald ORCHESTRA ODECETS President-Boyd Strunk Vice President-William Brensinger Secretary-Regina Kemmerer Librarians-Elwood Backensto Samuel Custer Karl Geisinger Members Egner, Charles Geisinger, Karl Hoffman, james lobst, Oscar Keck, William liemmerer, Regina Kline, Robert linappenberger, Carol Knauss, llarold Kressley, Garson Laudenslager, Donald Moyer, William Neitz, Ravellyn Rohrbach, Gerald Schantz, Ruth Shingler, Gerald Stoneback, Dalton Strunk, Boyd Trump, Bertram Yarus, lloward t The orchestra was Lll1tlCI' the able direction of Errol K. Peters, and the accompanist was Charles Fgner. The orchestra was very well balanced, and even though several members graduated, the greater number still remain. promising a good orchestra for the next year. Sixty-one igsx PXXXXQXXX X!-xg l Q s x S3 WY' ES I lll ...ijiijii "" if """"' ii: le ltr- .. ,,..,.. . ...QL S C " Pl RATES OF PENZANCEH 'l'he Senior lligh School Chorus of sixty-eight voices presented the opera Pirates ol' l3lCllZllllCL',H hy Gilbert amd Sullivan on Maj: 7 :ind S. with great uccess. 'l'his wus the second opera which wus presented by our high school horus. The plot concerned ll struggle between pirates and policemen. 'l'he pirates lmving captured Major Sl2llllt'f"S dnughters. were conquered by the policemen. :md :ill ended well. 'lhe cast that worked to help to make this production ll success was :ls lollows: l5redei'iceCf1'eigZ1to11 llzzxx Nlnhelillelen ,'llr'l11ro,1' Nlujor General-Charles lobsf liditlt-Tlreda Krnzfss Richard, Pirate Clhiel'-Leozl 130-ver lizite-Geraldizze Kline Samuel. Pirate Lieut-l30,1'd Strunk Ruth-Lzzrille Hieber Police SCl'gt'Lllll.ill'YlHll1HZ lirefzsilzger lszibel-1.ucrelia Snioivei' NlliNlBFRS OF CHORIQS SUVIIANQJS: cilnflvs Iiuss, .lt-nn liutx. Marry .lane Christmzin. .Xnnzihelle lh-lmnu. llt-len lfenint-Z, I,:illue lluvsmnn. Arle-ne l-l-'rft'nmn. but-ille lloyt. ltorothy Kline. 'Phi-iln Krzullse. ,Xrlt-:ie lirixse. tllnmlys l,iehtenw:ilnel'. Mnrv Alive l,ir'l1tn-nwztlner. Alxirinn Alzlntz. lilnint- Alvllllrov. lla-lt-n Mvlnroy. Ifllnine Miller. Arlene Moyer. .Xlthea Osman. lAlll'I'k'll2l 511 moyer: l,lll"l'IllIlt' Strohm. :tml Lneille XYierle1'. .Xl.'l'HS: Vt-ronien l-leflnnr. l.ut-ille llieln-r, tliuiu- t't'oll. Blue lleiss-ht-r. Gent-vn Hull. l+'4-rn II:ii'v.'ir-li. Fi-rn llt-nsimlt--1'. Mine-rvn ll:-nsinmer. Alvertu llue-tseh. .Tenn lolmst. Helen .lil2'lll'Nilli. .Xlthi-:t lit-ller. lit-:ritual Kemm--V1-1'. lietty Kline, llerailzlint- Kline. Marv Kuehl. .Xlthezu Miller. lNIRl'H,'2ll'l'l Stash. llelen Stortz :md ,Xrvilln NVentz. A TICNHIIS: Ili-nry l:2ll'lllNZlH. XX'illinm l4i'ensing'er, t'i't-ifrhlon Iiuss. Samuel t"uster. Hergiltl IM-Vrit-s. Fhzirles liglrlt-V, lluriw-l llalrtmsln. lloln-rt ll1'lHlHl!'ll, lloyd Strunk. :intl 'l'h-ini is X' :lt nttin IZASSIGS: I..-on lloyt-ig ltonxilil l'll't'llSlI1,LU'l'. .l'flll'l lr'uln11-r. Ilzivitl th-isix1:.:'t-i'. .lzames .. , . , , . Ilollmnn. l haxrlc-s Ioltsl. lu-nneth Ixelln-r, lsyron lxnwll. llowzirtl Long, llilfliilll liiee Imniq-1 Svl Sixtj'-taco Mintz. Ilussr-l St-lit-irer. Kermit Shelly. llzillon Stomlvaeli. :ind llonnlrl XVilson. I thletics and Feeturesw ' " '.,1, , ., .., ,,1, ,, ...1 .,..,,... I, ...... I ,, .,......... .'.' L ..... Q """ I FOOTBALL The l035 football season started with a team of inexperienced players which improved in successive games until the month of November when the boys reached their stride--lost only one game, tied one, and won two games. The only experienced players forming the nucleous of the team were: Captain D. Weida, Co-captain H. Schantz, R. Roeder, R. Laubach, ll. Gery and R. Reinhard. Even though playing a heavy schedule, facing opponents who out- weighed our boys. yet not one of the players suffered serious injury which proves that the team was in excellent physical condition and observed training rules. The team of l035 brought the season to a close by defeating one of its bilterest rivals, "Whitehall High". The annual football banquet, tendered by the Athletic .-Xssociation, con- sisted of a roast duck dinner, with Coach pl. McGovern of li. S. T. C. as the speaker. E.l l.S. Opponents El l.S. Opponents Pennsburg-A. 0 6 East Greenville-A, T o Northampton-l l. O Z0 Stroudsburg-I l. I4 ll? Nazareth-A. 0 78 Whitehall-A. 7 0 Alumni-l l. 0 I2 :'fWon-Z Lehighton-l l. 0 -lo Lost-o Shillington-A. 0 0 Tied-l Sixt, rr-,fm Z J if Z in. f WW ' 1 fffwg 5 V X ffkxi " f'F gai , N - Ay k .. ' 41 1 5' 'SE 1' 1 Ulifklgl u I ffl u -ff. t IOIOJ BOYS' BASKETBALL Perhaps it was the new sweat suits that helped make our basketball team one of the best in the history of the school, considering that only two Varsity players remained from the previous year. Coach "Don" Savitz produced a scrappy quintet which won four League games to gain the leadership of the second division in the League. The scores indicate the closely contested games played. Only one Senior, Captain Schantz graduates, this leaving experienced players which we hope will give to E. H. S. a successful year in 1937. E.H.S. Opponents E.H.S. Opponents South Whitehall-A. 18 45 Palmerton-A. 25 31 Tamaqua-A. 14 46 Catasauqua-A. Z3 26 Pennsburg-A. 22 Z8 Lehighton-H. 24 20 Pennsburg-H. 27 17 . Cextra periodl Alumni-H. Z3 25 Nonlimpton-A. 21 29 Springfield-H. 39 16 Stroudsburg-H. 18 Z4 Lehighton-A. 35 32 Whitehall-H. 31 36 Ctwo extra periodsj Slatington-A. 32 Z8 Northampton-H. 18 21 Palmerton-H. 18 33 Stroudsburg-A. ZZ 31 Catasauqua-H. 22 33 Whitehall-1-A. 16 32 Boyertown-A. 16 36 TWOU-6 Slatington-l-1. 22 27 Lost-15 GIRLS' BASKETBALL The Girls' Basketball Team went through a hard season, scoring 4 victories to 5 defeats. But the girls considered it a successful season when they defeated their bitter rival, Whitehall High by the score of 4 to 3. This was Miss Stortz's hrst year as our girls' coach and she proved very capable. We wish her and her lassies lots of luck in 1937. Senior members of the team, who are graduating, are: Captain Barbara Palencar, Grace Croll, joyce l-laberstumpf, lVlae Deischer, and Althea Kellerf E.H.S. Opponents E.H.S. Opponents Pennsburg-A. 8 14 Whitehall-H. 4 3 Pennsburg-H. 10 14 Slatington-A. 7. , 23 . Alumni-H. 23 8 Catasauqua-H. 5 10 Springfield-H. 26 12 Bk ' Whitehall-A. 10 13 Won-4 Slatington-H. 16 1 1 Lost-5 "- Sixty-se've11 , AA,A, A A "" s BASEBALL The outlook for a big year in baseball is very bright. We have seven letter men back from last year's team. The team has thirteen games scheduled of which light games will be played at home. XLehigh Yalley League Games. April 3, Pennsburg-A. April O, Alumni-ll. April l-l, Pennsburg-ll. April l7, Allentown-A. 9fApril 2-l, Northampton-A. 9tMay l, Catasauqua-H. May XMay 'kMay ilvlay May May june 5. S. Whitehall-H. Probable Lineup: Nlontz .........,.. C. Weaver K. Schuster . . . .... P. Klan . . Ilamscher .......,. lB. Amig .. Ltility Players: Wiecler ..,......... P. lleld . . . Walbert ,... .... P . Roeder Keller .... IB. Gieger . Sixlfjf-c'igl'i ... l. I. -. SS. 5, East Greenville-ll. 8, Slatington-A. l5, Palmerton-ll. 22, Lehighton-H. 26, Allentown-H. 29, S. Whitehall-H. DeEsch ..... Schantz ...A ZB. ... 313. Wm. Schuster ,... S.S. G. Kline ... OF. CF. L.F. CF. RF. Oli. SENIOR LETTER WINNERS A survey of the 1935-36 Emaus High letter winners shows the following members of the class of I936 outstanding in the field of sports. Football Capt. Donald Weida Horace Schantz, jr. Richard Laubach Basketball Girls Capt. Barbara Palencar Grace Croll joyce Haberstumpf Herman Gery Russel Reinhard Arthur Graybill Charles Iobst 4' Mae Deischer Althea Keller Boys Capt. Horace Schantz, jr. Baseball Edwin Klan Russel Geiger - Horace Schantz, jr, Managers Catherine Hamscher Charles Bittenbender Weldon Zentner Cheer Leader-Arvilla Wentz ' Each year the Athletic council awards sweaters to Seniors who have receivedfwo or more letters for participating in any sport during their High School career. The following were presented sweaters: '1- Barbara Palencar Donald Weida Russel Reinhard Grace Croll Horace Schantz, jr. Herman Gery joyce Haberstumpf Richard Laubach Edwin Klan SCRUB LETTER WINNERS 'I G T Football ym Mm Bernard Christman Edwin Rohrbach Paul Kratzer Sixty-nine ,nn I. WNV' l'- ' f""f 5, 5 1 I' CAN YOU IMAGINE? BACHMAN knowing his German KELLER having red hair? lesson? BIEBER impersonating Ann Sothern? BITTENBENDER not m a t c h i n g pennies? BORTZ in a gym suit? BOYER wearing k n i c k e r s and anklets? O. BRENSINGER not knowing her lessons? W. BRENSINGER not making his weekly trips to Macungie? G. Buss without "Peg" Fegley? C. BUSS in overalls? CHRISTMAN making a lot of noise? CROLL with a permanent? DEISCHER without a flock of boys around her? DeLONG not telling the girls "Yes, l'm in Love?" DORNEY minus his tie and car? ECK doing his own work? ELTZ as a heavy-weight? FEGLEY with her mouth closed? FENINEZ not being sophisticated? CEIGER chasing the Senior girls? GERY without a certain Sophomore by his side? GRAYBILL not telling his jokes to all the girls? HABERSTUMPF without her make- up? HALL blowing the "Sax"? HAMSCHER not noticably chewing gum? A HAUSMAN being late? HELFRICH hating women? HERMAN making whoopee? HILLEGASS doing a Tango? HOOK combing his hair at least once a day? IOBST not in a romantic state? Seventy ' ., L.. KEYSER with a perfect school attend- ance? KLAN being sociable? D. KLINE not reading "Love Stories?" G. KLINE escorting a girl? KNECHT without h e r "Bingsy- Wingsy?" KNERR in a "Tux?" KOCH as a musician? KRATZER shaving? KRAUSS taking a joke? LAUBACH interested in women? LAUDENSLAGER without Fulmer? MANTZ not wheeling a "b a b y carriage?" MARX not "giggling?l' MILLER not "gossiping?" MOHR walking leisurely? MOYER with her "b. f.?" NEETZ not writing letters? OSMAN without her "rhinestone" bracelet? PALENCAR without her double? PYLE being dense? REINHARD as a future minister? RITTER talking distinctly? ROHRBACH m i n us his "soup- strainer?" RUTH portraying "Cleopatra?" SCHANTZ not two-timing someone? SHOEMAKER having a girl friend? STICHTER not becoming excited? STRUNK without his "Model T?" WEIDA with a temper and not blush- ing? WEIDNER trying to pronounce Paris correctly? WENTZ awake in Commercial Law class? ZENTNER reading poetry? S S Www mpnr 'wr' 'P "" Uulilkl s I If! u SIIG ui IOIOJ C Collegiate-Laubach. L Lovely-Bieber. A Active--Croll. Simple-DeLon g. Speedy-Schantz. SENIOR ACROSTIC O Operatic-H ausman. F Flirtatious-Keyser. NAME joseph Bachman Lucille Bieber Charles Bittenbender Dorothy Bortz Leon Boyer William Brensinger Olive Brensinger Gladys Buss Creighton Buss Bernard Christman Grace Croll Mae Deischer Annabelle DeLong Kenneth Dorney Negligent-Bachman. lndustrious-Mohr. Nice-Neetz. Erudite-Keller. Tardy-Kline. Enchanting-Osman. Energetic-Strunk. Noble-Weida. Temptatious-Haberstumpt. Happy-go-lucky-Helfrich. Radical-Klan. T H I Interesting-Palencar. R T Tactful-Deischer. HOBBY Selling Tickets Flirting Matching Pennies Week-ends Singing Driving Studying Hiking . Flattering Quietness Basketball Having Dates Spooning ' Motoring Yodeling-Graybill. . S Shiek-Gery. l lnsistent-lobst. X Excitable--Moyer. SONG l'm Shootin' High Nowhelfe to Rest My Head Sweetest Little Fellow Alone Music Goes Round and Round Love Came My Way ' Alone at a Table for Two l'm in the Mood for Love Foot-loose and Fancy Free Solitude l Believe in Miracles This Time lt's Love How Can I Leave Thee Let's Take a Ride Seventy-one P i i fa NAME Russel Eck Robert Eltz Evelyn Fegely Helen Eeninez Russel Geiger Herman Gery A Arthur Graybill joyce Haberstumpf Geneva Hall Kathryn Hamscher LaRue Hausman Quentin Helfrich Clair Herman Madelon Hillegass john Hook Charles Iobst Elwood Keyser Althea Keller Edwin Klan Dorothy Kline Garwood Kline Gertrude Knecht William Knerr Martin Koch Paul Kratzer Theda Krauss Richard Laubach Foster Laudenslager Marian Mantz Emma Marx Althea Miller Marie Mohr Arlene Moyer William Neetz Althea Osman Barbara Palencar Rubie Pyle Russel Reinhard Howard Ritter Edwin Rohrbach Naomi Ruth Horace Schantz, jr. Stanley Shoemaker Evelyn Stichter Boyd Strunk Donald Weida john Weidner Arvilla Wentz Welton Zentner Seventy-two E15-A HOBBY Detective Stories Acting Riding in the Rain Dancing Working Math. Visiting Crooning Drawing Music Chewing Gum Reading Chasing Women Baseball Scrapbooks Arguing Advertising Gambling Sculpturing Telling Yarns Romancing Selling Candy Washing Dishes Raising a Mustache Hunting Truck Driving Gossiping Smoking Traveling Bus Riding Knitting Laughing Sleeping Swimming Printing Dreaming Movies Bedtime Stories Driving Milk Mumbling Clowning Boy Friends Two-timing Washing Cars Keeping Quiet Model "T's" Football Teacher Pets Writing Notes Washing Windows Qffffffffffffffffff 5 SON G lf I Had Somebody to Love l'd Rather Lead a Band Rhythm of the Rain Drops Don't Say a Word, just Dance Lone Star Life Begins when youlre in Love Cling to Me You're Lovely to Love Dusting the Keys Can't We Ever Be Alone Love Is a Ripple on the Water Do the Truck Pardon Me, Madam Once ln a While lop Hat Somebody Ought to be Told Flirtation Walk Beautiful Lady in Blue Get Thee Behind Me, Satan After all, You're All l'm After Take Me Out to the Ball Game Mr. Sz Mrs. is the Name l Like that Face You're Wearing Tormented Give Me a Gibson Girl lt's Been So Long Lookin' for Love lt's About Time Sweet Thing Who's Honey Are Billy Boy Maybe We'd Still be Sweethearts There's a Method to My Madness l'm Looldng for a Letter You Vm Gettilig Sentimental Over You Where- O Where are the juniors Life ls a Song Love in Bloom Tall, Dark, and Handsome Man with the Dark Mustache l'm No Angel Will I Ever Know Kisses Are the Dew Drops l Dream Too Much Saddle Your Blues You Hit the Spot I Love My Teacher There's Only One Goody-Goody NM:-XIBISI Iflilifilsililil Bachman, joseph . .. Bieber, Lucille ..... Bittenbender, Charles Bortz, Dorothy .... Boyer, Leon .... Brensinger, Olive . . . Brensinger, William Buss, Creighton .... Buss, Gladys ....... Christman, Bernard Groll, Grace ....... Deischer, Mae ..... DeLong, Annabelle . Dorney, Kenneth Eck, Russell ..... Eltz, Robert Fegley, Evelyn Feninez, Helen Geiger, Russell Gery, Herman Graybill, Arthur SENIOR DIRECTORY Route No. l, Macungie 135 Main 433 North . 222 South Fifth ll4 North Fifth 563 Ridge .. 155 Elm 332 Main .. Route No. l 501 North Second Street, Emaus, Street, Emaus, .. Mertztown, Street, Emaus Street, Emaus, Street, Emaus, Street, Emaus, Street, Emaus Topton, Street, Emaus ..... Alburtis, Route No. Z, Allentown '1 .... 6lO Broad . . . 224 Adrain Route No. 40 South Fourth Route Street, Emaus, Street, Emaus, Nlacungie, 2, Mertztown, Street, Emaus, No. l, Emaus, 1 r , Emaus, 7 Macungie, Seventy-t bree X ,ge B Fi Es - r Zz.. I I Q i I I K S Haberstumpf, joyce Hall, Geneva ...... 1-lamscher, Kathryn Hausman, LaRue .... Helfrich, Quentin . Herman, Clair .... Hillegass, Nladelon Hook, john ....... lobst, Charles . .. Keller, Althea . . . Keyser, Elwood .. . Klan, Edwin .... Kline, Dorothy .... Kline, Garwood . . . Knecht, Gertrude .. Knerr, William . . . Koch, Martin Kratzer, Paul Krauss, Theda .... Laubach, Richard . 124 North Second Street, Emaus SENIOR DIRECTORY 228 Adrain Street, Emaus, Route No. 1, Emaus . 226 North Seventh Street, Emaus .. 517 Elm Street, Emaus, . . . . . . . Old Zionsville, Topton, 427 North Street, Emaus, Route No. 1, Emaus, . 309 North Second Streei Emaus ll' 1 ll . 203 North Sixth Street, Emaus, Vera Cruz, . 27 North Third Street, Emaus 206 North Fifth Street, Emaus, ....53 South Fifth Street, Emaus Alburtis, ....... Route No. 1, Emaus, . . . . East Main Street, Emaus, Nlacungie, 675 Chestnut Street, Emaus, Laudenschlager, Foster ..,.. 401 North Fifth Street, Emaus S eventy-four 1 1 1 1 Mantz, Marian . . . Marx, Emma Miller, Althea .... Mohr, Marie Moyer, Arlene .... Neetz, William . . . Osman, Althea .... Palencar, Barbara . Pyle, Rulbie .... Reinhard, Russell . Ritter, Howard .. . Rohrbach, Edwin . Ruth, Naomi ..... Schantz, Horace, jr. . . . . Shoemaker, Stanley Stichter, Evelyn .. Strunk, Boyd Weida, Donald . . . Weidner, john .... Wentz, Arvilla . . . Zentner, Welton .. Ma- .X 1- F fn Y .,1, avi. SENIOR DIRECTORY East Harrison Street, Emaus Route No. l, Zionsville, Nlacungle 1 Route No. l, Macungie, . 566 jubilee Street, . . . . 656 Chestnut Street, 832 Chestnut Street, 422 Chestnut Street, 50 South Eifth.,Street, . . .... 551 Chestnut Street Emaus, Emaus Emaus, Emaus, Emaus Emaus, Macungie 222 Adrain Street, Emaus . . . . Zionsville r r Macungie, Route No. l, Emaus Macungie Route No. l, Zionsville Route No. 2, Allentown Alburtis, 673 North Street, Emaus 528 jubilee Street, Emaus y 1 J 4 ,I Seventy-fi'ue . , 4- Jiiigj' '4"AAA' ',"A A"""A'A 11" ' '::::f::i::::i Albright, Elsie P. . . . . . Beary, joyce E. .... . Becker, Harvey H. . . . . . Benfield, Albert S. .... . Deischer, Howard K. .... . DeLong, Emma E. Geisinger, William S. . . . . Hauser Gladys B. Heffner, Miriam V. Heller, Allen F., .. Kline, Miriam F. . Laudenslager, Floyd Miles, Anna M. ....... . Ortt, Elwood L. .... .. Peters, Errol K. .... . .. Rems, Winifred R. Sandt, Oscar V. . . . . Savitz, Donald A. .... .. Stortz, Thelma L. ..... . TEACH ER'S DIRECTORY 138 North Fourth Street, Emaus, Pa 214 Ridge Avenue, Allentown, Pa . 32 South Fourth Street, Emaus, . . . 116 South Fifth Street, Emaus . 551 North Third Street, Emaus 201 South Fourth Street, Emaus. 415 North Third Street, Emaus, 207 Harrison Street, Emaus, . . . . . .. 235 North Street, Emaus, .. 42 North Fifth Street, Emaus, 536 Columbia Avenue, Lansdale, . . . . 609 Chestnut Street, Emaus, 632 Sixteenth Avenue, Bethlehem 419 Elm Street, Emaus, 1011 Tilghman Street, Allentown Macungie, . . . . 527 Chestnut Street, . . . . . 506 Liberlgll Street, Fourth and Main Streets, Strauss, Arline K. ..... 628 Chestnut Street, Walbert, Harvey O. Yeager, Howard -1. Seventy-six . . . . . . 222 North Street, 305 North Second Street, Emaus, Emaus, Emaus, Emaus, Emaus, Emaus r 2 1 x. 551' irv' ,F I rv., sl., Tm IH: p . . . 1 I in mfr 1 ' fl .-, . x ' ,,, , n ,ri I ' I 14, 5 'A .k.K t .. , , ,.., I - I I I 1 w m -.jf , Q N -1 Y, 2'7" ' Q I , ' . 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COURSES SESSIONS Secretarial DAY and NIGHT Modern Text Boolcs Stenograplwic Moclern.Equipment Boolceeping OPEN ALL YEAR Excellent Faculty Accounting Free Placement Service smaz am-wifes and basketball COLLEGE SPIRIT COLLEGE ATMOSPHERE 0 Further information on request Established 1869 Phone 4790 Incorporated 1897 Sezwzty-iziize LQ? 'K l he Q Q ., Eighty Compliments Of 0 The Emaus Shirt Company GREETINGS From The State Theatre EMAUS, PA. Compliments Of A Friend Henry P. Gruber Florist CUT FLOWERS, POTTED PLANTS AND FLORAL DESIGNS 544 North Street, Emaus, Pa. Phone 131 We G 1-fy w our Own Flower'- Free Delivery Phone: Emaus 19-B Bieber Brothers Manufacturers And Dealers F L O U R, G R A I N PURINA FEEDS, ETC. ALLENTOVVN, PA. R. F. D. No. 5 if iZZ' "" 'Qi ...... ' "" j X ...... ' "" . """ """" ll "'A' 11'L12 T"'.T2 , .f f ""'A I - . .. V - , ..... ,.. "ff ' ,..... ' I' ..., i.1l",Ti1T,1Z .... f, ,'1 L-., ,,....,... ..,.,... ' , 54' " M ....... 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