Emmaus High School - Tattler Yearbook (Emmaus, PA)

 - Class of 1937

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A -.yew ,.--1 'E ,,. -.11 YA. , 7 4 JW. Y D-'5. 'F A f Yo:-fo'Wf 1'::fi:-i 'w - -f' we - -- J ,k 'W K c 2? ,,. ' ,- , -,., -,, ,..-, ,V ,, - " , ,V.f -,. -,h,. .., F., ' vu' v,-f' ,Q 'L'1, .QQ.-Egz:Yt3i:3i:gvffEi,,ji, f , , N E 15 i ti Q5 1" FOREWORD 53 That a lasting Memoir niay be passed on to X our friends and followersg and That the cherished ', f Memories of Association, Events, and Achieve- 5 , ments of our High School Days may ever be pre- Q ,. served in our hearts, We the Class of Nineteen 'hh fs' Hundred and Thirty-seven, publish this Year- Q- -if j book. , ' 1 xl ii' ll N ' ,I Page 2 N4 553 -2? ' Q 'ff 4 :EK ff' l ,Ks , k 'Uv .,' 2 ,., .A . . ' . . .. . .. --M'-"""""" A "'A- V 4.'N:f --W 'e'c"""'H""s"' bf 'f"' -vf-s:--ff 'f:m:a,-.Ts ,361 V A , A T lA l Ziff- X ' 1. Q fffgf Ek l -T Q4 Hisronv oe 'rue BUILDING ' The Emaus High School was organized in 1888, having a two year course. 1 In 1890 the first class graduated, two in number. There was only one teacher who was also the Supervising Principal..About 10 yezms later another teacher was added Qi and the course was extended to three years. The jefferson School Building was erected in 101-l under the supervision of f' the presiding Board of Education, namely:- R. S. Stoneback, President: ll. L. 'tj Romich, Vice President, C. F. Wagner, Secretaryg Isl. M. llinnershitz, Treasurer: g. ,Q A. R. srmh. Architectural work was done by Ephriam Pickins, and the contracting by Arthur P. Houser. However, when the building was erected in IQI4 all that it con- . sisted of was the eight rooms fronting the street. - r- W About 1020 there were seventy pupils enrolled, making expansion almost a 7- necessity. In 1923 the West Wing, Auditorium and Gymnasium were added. This EA did not suffice so in 1926 the East Wing was added. This comprises the present Inga School. 55 T ,, W, 33 save, . , , , Page 3 'kk' , , no I r .1 .,- Q -4. mn- ,FQ S.. ,- 4" 5555 ' ' 11 fc 'V 2' ' 5' 3 , -,., V, - .,.,,w. :,, .. .ff- . " . 4' ,, ,i .W -, s, -. , . . , ,Z . ' 5 x, .. Ei 'i - - -'f 3, 21' :P E S :rf Z sf -1 l'I'1 21 Q 3 ET :x are : 'U r'P' :r o V7 fb -1 o C sv K4 :r 1 5 As we plod thru life's road steeping, i iw ro E. rn C rn "1 D' 2. Q- 5. X' ro rn -2. D UQ -A. '-l :- o r: cm :r I-F fl! o "fi 1-9 :r f'D U3 FD Q. :fb N '1 E. Cn Q. o 3 5. E7 - "-w..f .n f, JF O D' O E va I Z 5 rs 2 an Fu' 1 2 5 rs 3 rw 55 eq f y Hear our song of thanks to thee. 3 Hold in keeping, .7 A joy and weeping, Q Hold our blessed memory. Hear these silent stone walls shouting, 3 Hear their words of would-be woe, Hear them plead with hopes and doubting, It Hear them tell us not to go! -.. V T, Gone is our gay "learned" company, -r Gone those days which are of yoreg - , Much we did in rooms now empty, 1, he Things we'll do and see no more! Q ti 552 f -2? ' , ,fl lm . ' f' Page 4 Q -,t,. i A 3,1 xizihi,.-e.:.',,3,?fi-,. ef-vvf"N . f. .1 ,.,, A.. . ., . . ,.,..f . . .. ,.. ,,.-, is 'vi Kg ' W, ,sw ' """ stsf aa 1, si E' i k""s"N 1 . .I -1.-i.5iFf,:,. . 4-,.,,,.,.. , g,5fs,1f, ,:: . -5-s,,:1.3, . mr s, .1-kg-. pe-..:1,g., e, .,..,. tra. 55: 3 ' W-1 . R 9 5' .sq 4.1 N J ' 1 1,5-fl. ., DEDICATION 'l'he members of the Class of Nineteen llundred and Thirty-seven dedicate this Year- book to their two faculty advisors-under whose constant guidance and pilotage the class has been steered clear of all shoals and projecting rocks: MISS THELMA STORTZ MR. HOWARD DEISCHER TIIELMA L. STORTZ, BS. HOWARD K. DEISCIIER, MA. Home Economics History, Matbe11zatics Temple University, l933 Muhlenberg College, P'h.B., IOZO University of Pennsylvania. MA., l03Z Page 5 1-'fm-1-.I-, ze .21 1Q"'v"- 45 n.s-2'53'- 14,5 ' If' f-. 'wc . . ' x Q.:-.ilfec-4 : ' Q' 'TNF . '5f"" M-J,r.v. , "lgf""f"" H. ..-,q..,:. 14.2, H" v,g,m,gv9-w1,:m s .1 x Q. 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A q:" YEAR BOOK STAFF Editor-in-Cliief David Geissinge Class llistory Class Proplvecy Geraldine Kline Roy Gilbert Geneva Yezxlil Class Poem Feature lfdilors Kenneth Keller Royal Baumgartner ll owzird Long Classes Biographies Linwood Nester Byron Knoll Annabelle Dunstan Annu Acker jezin lobst Arlene Dzinkel I' liusiizess lllauagw' Kermit Gelnnzin Faculty A divisors Class Will Lucretia Smoyer Clubs Walter Yarns fl di'ertisi11g Staff Corinne Reifsnyder Robert Roeiler Lucille lloyt Miss Thelma Stortz H. K. Deischei' Page 6 Q W W W W W W W W ' W W W W W X Q 'YV' X A W ' 4,- wi 7' 'Z . fn-. V IH' I W4 J W W e W W . : Wx . - W ' 1? 'W'-f,wl"??:L,Q-WH: ffm V. ,Q '57-2:11 f. .. -I -,f-':x..f:'. ,,.-,'.--avr.:::,.'..-f.:f- -Sf - - J. f" W. .-w, .. .J 'gwuv-..-'14'--:P -"iv gr ' f-K -w. - .yi-.WJ .Wx-' , .. , If- , W Weis - 1-. WL. --f-'-, -1: . 2 ff" - , W. +-,-- Au,-v' - , .-:F ,. 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' U- v-E"':4yq5f-y,-.f-s,.-.,,-- ,.-sw.-3,-N.-.A,w. vs-. ,mf ,mt 5 ,V A55-,f'.5,4, ,',.-gf.-t.a 1': ,, av:.5 V, it-1 "'..,-6.15 4-35.115, ., ,1.4c5. !.g9..-5',.,3.aA 11, ff.. - I -,lgkm st sf.: , 1 E S. .fg . -Q,fsfr- ,, me f E' " - " 'XF ., ' GEORGE STEPHEN P1'eside11t RALPH WEI TUNER Vice President BOARD OE EDLCATION GREETINGS FROM Tl llf l3UARlDOl1 EDUCATION The Board ol' Education wisl congratulate you on the completion ol' the high school work. The community tas offered you the hest opportunities that were available with the resources at hand. lf you have not grasped these opportun- ities it is your own fault. The fact that you leave high school does not mean that you should sever re- lations with the school. We hope your interest in and your loyalty to the school system will continue in the future as it has in the past. Please accept our hest wishes lor a f 3 it 3 H F iff 9,- LY, L Q.. fi ga , iv", F " A-,Q . ,' .1 I, .fs X f J' ff JL 5 a les to l . if is l A Q K successful career. 3 , Q Sincerely yours, 9 I' GlfORGl'f STISPIIIQN, lyres. Q1 Board of Education 3,51 as '-fr .-5 ii L.. 3 ' , T t l ' T CLAUDE KELLER . if Qi, Secretary . 5 U if Page 7 'gmt .t-v If I 5.1, 'P ELL fag ,,, . 3+ ,9 x .5 , 7 gm. - ,f .b , . '- Ky-ff . , N ,, 1 , f , V- MR A , 1. .,., . .,,,, ,. ,. . ., , , ., . ,, Y it U 'V ., , ,ri ' ' V A My -mv -' - - , f K . 'Q'--2. M ,ff-f" 4 'n il-' 5 BOARD O15 EDLTCATION rf. ' 3 13 ,,. . 2: 1 5, kg 1 lag .f x 1' mf 1-z 9 I Q? '- Qi Z9 5 L V: . ? ,gi ng 5 W ,. H. F. BECKER VICTOR I-IAUSER .' A Q Treasurer x X? 'L P X- 5 ? Q f ye. 1 '- 3 N, 3- E N. ' .1 T 5, ., NW ,M E X 'e m 4 . -N5 33 wi 1.1 1 .W G Lg tg Q . ,nf 2? ' fffff f r . ' I L' B- BACKENSTO ALBERT WIEAND - 3 5 A Qi? A Eg. A Page 8 1 ,- . .. 3.3 .A ' ."' P .. ' f V "' . ' " "-' - .,g:ii'-fav., 153455 FACULTY 3' HOWARD J. YEAGER, M.A. Y Superintendent Franklin and Marshall College, B.A., 1911 Ag, Lehigh University, M.A., 1923 3 MESSAGE TO SENIORS if The lime of the year has arrived when you will be numbered with V' the graduates of the Einaus High 'l' School. You are full of ambition and eager to get out and take your . place in the world. Never in the 5 ' history of our ,school has a greater fig responsibility rested upon the " .,.- members of a graduating class. I Your education is not complete. 'i You have merely laid the founda- H tion. Each day should add some- thing to your knowledge and skill. i' My earnest prayer is that God may K bless you in your work and help each of you to become a real asset to your community and your coun- try. Sincerely yours, rj HOWARD J. YEAGER ,ff ij A' 'fi 943 . ALLEN F. HELLER, HS. Q5 Principal, Mathematics Muhlenberg' Colleyje, 1925 57 MESSAGE TO GRADUATES Another year has passed and the seniors are at the parting of the way. Destiny takes us in diverging directions, perhaps never to meet agifaiu. but friendships and happy experiences shall keep us together in spirit. Commencement is not the end of our school days but rather the be- grinning. VVe are now freshmen in the school of life where success de- pends, not upon knowledge but up- on achievement, not upon wealth but upon character and citizenship. May the years, spent in our Alma Mater, have been happy and helpful. May they help to make hard tasks easy and rough places smooth. ALLEN F. HELLER Page 9 , fe,5rvf:e,'.n?u:g3,1-14,- NZ- -Q-RL xi 5x i i, iff gg . ii pw ax f , - Q, , .lqfaswx -,K , . . ' 6 ' C 'A' ' 1 .5 . . fa 5 E H, . . , , .. ,, .v. , ,W .. , ,. .. , . X . , , , 1.--.hr 1 'If - " - ' ,. 4 " . - ' -f -1' ' ,,, - , . ' ' 5 , ,- , , . -' - . . '- . -' . f . , "L 'Q'-s l 21 me A 3 N 4 j., My-' ':? ' .- P 5 Q , 2 fi it-1? 'Q X ,wg S' 1 1' .J 'L 'S me .L 5 1' E W 'cg r .. .E 'f 5.3 YS. -2 E xi Q? ws 'S 4 t 'H Y " s Q 1 .5 PJ E 'vi ts 'F-. . , . ,. 1 -1 a N. ,1 .I .Q ,ix - T35 Q 4? f vw ... be .4 ,Q --'A--,. ' ., ,f FACULTY M 0 A -IOYCZIE E- BEARY' B.A' HARVEY H. BECKER, BS. English Science ravizm College for VVomen, 1924 Muhlenberg College, 1926 WILMQR F. BOWERS, BS. LBERT S. BENFIELD, MA. Science 15118155711 Gemlml liutztown State Teachers College, 1934 uhlenberg Collebe BA 1976 M 1 ff , . ., - New York University, lVl.A., l928 . Page I0 ... .. , A,.+...,...1...--n. N ' :S f. ' L . ,mf-N .NQ-..,i:-YE 1-J.i-1-,g:vN,7-vT11"xQ ,i-2f-,, "434'T "Hi q L A f f- . -,X me- vb- 'V N,g,,5 E -' 'W : -1 a,3,V ,. lg.-,lgf 311 -31 . ,mg-rg 'v :A - .ge A 4'-- . .: fr- ,V- "'.J..z4?" F 1 ' 'X-, 3-:L I FA Cl 'L'l ' Y r l .1 ,. . 1 " - -1 1 4 fl' 3 6, .. .' F Auf Q r . Ar fi fr fi it l l 51 1 L 1 36 'nt .3 sf 1 HILDA C, BUS11 ER, BA. PAUL -I. FRANTZ, BS. Ilistory, French Salasnzansbip, Conzmercial Law 331 Cedar Crest College, 1935 - lmlianzl State 'l'C2lCl1C1'S College, 1935 rf. .. . ,ZX o ,. , 5 573' if lf ' hr b . sin Eff 514 4.01 5 M 1 W lx XX'll.1.lA1X1 S. GFISINGFR, Ph.B. !lflaz'be111atics, Germmz Muhlenberg College, 1928 CLIFFORD D. HARTMAN, 15.5. Physical EdIlCllfl01l Ihaltb .lL1Il1'1tLl Collebe 1977 Page II 35 1 .- ,, 4,., fl Q' 5? if x ', . f E ,., ,' HQ ,tg I ff ful' 'Qin il 1 1 . .- G cr 1, H I K, i I ,f b . Q N., 8 . il Page I2 .Q ,y ,,,1g -,i f f i W. .. ,.,, 5 Q 33' FACULTY . A ff Q xy 1132 3. 1. 2 - Y Y "Wi L . ifw-Q I. - 9 .lv 51, fg g- :R 1 r 1 1 ." Z 1' 1 ., , 4 'L 1 - liookkecpiug, Sl70l'fl7L11Zd Temple Llnivcrsity, 1933 Srlvool l3bysician .lC1C1Cl'Sfll1 Medical College. 1922 K It ' 2 K 2 :xl 1 GLADYS B. HAUSER, DR. -IOIIN ll. IIFNNEMLITH, MD. .2 ri , 'S Ski j. f -I X11 J .fi W-4 . ,we 5 S ...i fe, la ' 31 Ni W1 .Q ANTl'lONY A JAGNESAIX BS Baud Instructor Lmbmoli Nfilley Lolleoe 1036 l FLOYD H. LAUDENSLAGER, BS. English Kutztown State Teachers College, 1933 Q Si' . A.1,. :sm ELWOOD L. ORTT, M.A. Latin Muhlenberg College, BA., 1927 Lehigh University, MA., 1933 FACULTY THOMAS M. B. SCHRADER, BS. Industrial Arts Pennsylvania State College, 1933 Page I3 .'-. 'f- A- f. - 1 1. .. .A-.K ERROL K. PETERS Music HILDA S. SCHREIBER, BS. Physical liducation, Health East Stroudsburg State Teachers College, 1934 ft .,.... . 2 ,Q . 3:34.14 .U ,V -f f'e ' Qs... , -.K V 2.13. -- gMgJf'1 .' Q . A. 3' t w. 1 w A. if ?-:L 1 . . 'xi 51 . 1 , 6- , .3 L. I5- 'ET 3 5 VT .1 I , , E ' Q fl ..v' .J- xn W 'lx' V , , , Lx , 1 531. 5 1 'UI I . -wig? .Lib 1 -3 H .. I - I . A Y Na, V, ,asm , .A I 1 ,A .I Y , .H , . Q .E I - Y I t . I-I ' . - X. , 1 s . ,3-- 'Y 13.135-f me s 4. , 131- L. ,fi - . V 0 "4-1.. ? ,fn-' "Wi X Y' '-QR-1-,. , AJ, FACULTY Q ' -e Ru . 3 l 2 21 fi 54, Sf .EP 2 'E . 2 'f ' ARLINE K. STRAUSS, BA. HARVEY O- WALBERT BS. l z 1 Typing, Sbortlaand Aff H l W Cedar Crest College, 1934 Kutztown State Teachers College, I934 A A xg . xi . x i A-iw ef 'F F N, , K 3 . 1-' 'Q .C H ? .mg LA RUE E. GIERING BA. El-SIE P- ALBRIGHT - Librarian SKCVUGTJ' Moravian College for Women 1936 fi We 1. I 'Q f 2 S5 nw.-am .1,:. ,, L 5 I M, 51 . L , a l l U.,,n6,,f-Q,??? .Q ff' Page I4 X if .LK QLHHQS -. , gms ro.- 4 an "4 V i w J 1 4 I W ,951-L' , N , w . V ,V ,, i v xi, 'W Uv. Y ' 1 ' ff Q 1 -, I , 'N , A ' ' Q 1 'S ,. 1 l I f 4 , X 1 ' , - , , I 1, ' v A' ' 1 ' ' A P . ,Q W " 1 ,A S , 2, , ' - LET A 'V .Q - ., ' L..f ' - , F -f ml.,----Lie X M ..' - . og-fe:-f-LQ-2319, .97 , A bn ML.. T L up ,. 714-A v '2-w--z-1-- -.. V f P 1 M -ww N . ' .. ' 1.4 1 ' tx .. - ki ,,,. , A ""'Lif-v..:-4.777 Y-6 fe it-'J' TW- A-J-H "" .. ' 11 """-"'fJ"3 . f-'1""'P J- -H f- .-.h.,:. ,: , ' , V . .... -" 3gfT--- gf' 'Q-Qiffa ' "W ' , ,. .. -we QW 1 -42,1 - ,, was-'Q'-A., ' - " :.rL,-,, "' .L 'f . 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L, w ' "za . . ., ...., . . ., .. . ,. ., . . ,. ,., ,1f,' "li M552 .4, 4 . , , f v i -"T is 'V T CLASS HISTORY While cleaning the attic of Emaus High School, the janitor stumbled upon a "Four-Year Diary" of the class of 1937. ln curiosity he unlocked the precious book and found an interesting history of one of the largest classes ever to graduate from Emaus high. Immediately he began to read: Year of 1933-34 ' 1 ' On a bright September morning in '33, a group of one hundred and thirty youngsters, soon to be known as "Green Freshmen," assembled in the high school auditorium. The principal somehow managed to divide our mob into three sections, and we found ourselves acquainted and settled in a short time. Our first public function was an enjoyable Hallowe'en party, held at the home of a classmate. Al- ready the class showed unusual talent in presenting assembly programs and had quite a few members in the orchestra. Each of our sections took separate moonlight ' gg . hikes in the spring of the year. The year was over before anyone could say, "jack 4 Robinson!" - rear of 1934-55 Again the school bell called us from pleasant vacations, and we were sur- , prised to find that some of our beloved comrades and Miss Schantz, one of our faculty advisors, had failed to return. We were all so busy that mid-year examin- ' ations came upon us without warning. The athletic ability of the class was just be- ginning to bud. Quite a few 'fSophs," as members of chorus, participated in the first ' light opera, "Pinafore," ever to be given by our school. The debating team furnish- Y ed good prospects along oratorical lines. Once more the divided classes took in- .-4, dividual hikes in the spring of the year. My, gosh! The faculty was already plan- L ning where to spend the summer vacation before we realized that our second year of high school life was over. ' rear of 1935-36 Returning to our alma mater we found to our sorrow that our ranks were greatly lessened and another faculty advisor, Miss Strausbaugh, missing. Our ener- gies became centered upon the "big moment" of the year, the junior Prom, and we Y were well-repaid for everyone declared it our best event of the year. We proudly 1 heard praises showered upon a few of our athletes in the class. Yes, the juniors were trying to make a name for themselves! We were fortunate in forensic, dra- matic, and musical Helds. The "Girls' Trio" enjoyed a period of popularity and 'ffl were given the opportunity to perform on several occasions with the famous fl "Melodiers" quartet. The declamation contest further proved the rich oratorical , if qualities of the class, and the debating team was quite successful. A moonlight hike - ir and "doggie" roast was enjoyed by the General class at the close of the year. The f juniors contributed to the success of "The Pirates of P'enzeance." What is that we 2 1 began to hear? "School is over!" i i' rear of 19.26-37 1 Could it be true? Unbelievably, we were now "dignihed" Seniors, ready to shoulder many new responsibilities. Again we discovered two of our advisors, Miss 1 Kline, who had guided us for three years, and Miss Rems, among the missing. Our Hallowe'en dance, given for the juniors, proved that the bond between classes was commendable. Our sports were fairly successful. with a new coach and plenty of new material. The Senior class plays were declared the best ever given, especially ,P "Lunatics At Large!"g the band had its revivalg the glee clubs were organizedg the Senior monitors, under the direction of the captain, established a Traffic Court: 'Qjf' the students enjoyed quite a few school dances throughout the year, as the class f' was extremely musical, the operetta, "Ruddigore" only added greater laurels to their activitiesg and, a peppy varsity debating team climaxed a most eventful and memorable year. With our Hnal get-together at the "Senior Ball," we wrote "Huis" to an unforgettable epoch in our lives. Geraldine L. K line. Page I5 3'i4f ?lf :' - A1 -ze, 1, I si, fl. g. gift , ft' 1r""' 1,0 v s , us 1 V S , - It ' t 1 ' ' rr 'Q ' A - Y if . 1 if s 5 S . "exft,-, ""' .Q X 2- I I 9 3, .,. 11 . 1! X if e i ii .7 .- i s ei "1 I I 1 Lf ' 2:5 g ' 2 -Y' .,, If 11 ' if 3 uv l 5 ff Q it . g f , et if i at L F K . ,mi 4 f, .E T .3-3-A QT' Zz. AV if ' 'Q 3 .hi '1. l "'1'. , ,,l , , , ANNA L. ACKER "Acker" Do you hear that rompus in the lunch room? Can you guess who it might be? You're right. Only f'Acker" could cause all that noise. Putting all kidding aside, Anna is a good friend to all. "Acker" expects to attend Business College after graduation. Go to it, Anna. May your willingness to work and your sunny disposition bring you endless success. CAPITOLA ALBITZ "Cappy" Senior Class Play, 4 Here is one of the happy-go-lucky girls of our class-but why not? "Cappy" is showered with plenty of attention from a certain young man on Elm Street. "Cappy" is a good pal to all who know her, and can be found somewhere in a corner telling her secrets to 'fBelle.'l "Cappy's" main interest seems to be "keeping house," and we know whatever she attempts, with that smile, she will win, Good luck, "Cappy." I M l LDRED ANTRI M HMicky" Debating, 4 Well folks, meet the great typist of the Senior class. "Micky" has been awarded several pins from the Gregg Company. We are conhdent some business man- ager will be over-joyed with her work. As for gum and jokes!! "Mickyl' entertains us quite frequently. Mildred has no particular interest in the opposite sex, or does she??? How about a certain Alumnus, lVlicky?????? Keep up your good work Mildred, the class of "37" hopes you will tickle the "keys" of life as you do the keys of a typewriter. Page I6 , 3? ANDREW S. BAS KO jg "Botchie" if Electricity, 1,' junior Prom Committee, 3,' Senior Class Play, 4 Who is this handsome lad coming down the street? lt is only "Botchie" and his blond wavy hair. Wherever Andy is you can find joe. We often wonder if they sleep together. Whenever you see someone carried out the hall it is only another of Andy's victims who couldn't take it. As far as we can detect Andy does not have anyone on his heart string. But how much do we know? Andy is interested in Radio, Mechanics, and Box- ing. We know that he will succeed in life. ROYAL BAU MGA RTN lf R " Bummie" F flu . .3 :gf 1 . if A s .,. 16 1 51 gt s , Vx , ai X X' 'MSS' U .. 1. f ako' .-'Ki L' N5-i l E, is :J . 3 7' 5. K 5 1 .5 lunior Prom Committee, 35 Year Book Staff, 45 Class Treasurer, 3, 4, Senior Class Play, 4 Yes, folks! it's none other than "Bummie" the great. He is small physically but mighty mentally. Whenever you see "l3ummie" taking ll walk you are sure to see "Skeeter" along side ol' him. "Bummie" also takes some interest in the opposite sex. We often wonder why "l3ummie" takes so much interest in a certain person in the freshman class. Still and all you never see them together. It IULISI be the color of his face, "Bummie's" main interest is to be- come a salesman. Good luck, we know you will succeed. VERONICA BEDNAR '4Vee" 1 Chorus, 2, t, 4: Monitor, 3, 4,' Senior Class Play, 4,' Girl's Glee Club, 4, Frerzclw Club, 4,' Tattler Staff, 4,' Mixed Cilee Club, 4,' Forensic, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Music Operetta, 3, 4,' Dramatic Club, 3 "Always a bridesmaid but never a bridel!" We can never tell although "Vee" has no male interests at present. "Vee" has been an active member of our class and a member' of "The lnseparable Four." She is a grand pal to every one. l'Yee" expects to return to her home town, New York, after graduation and take a course in interior decorating. We are rooting for you, "Vee," and we know you will succeed. Loads of luck to you!! Page I7 'Rs was "1 P, . xt f ,s , sr N :ti it L if ,ns If in-g.p1 33 fi. ?Q1 ET A if 3 P if X-ff? "A A-,Y jx' . X . i -Q- P m - -Q G, 'Vu ' 1 1' J' Kai? 1 .qs X ' E' , , .ov , -. . ... W, mv. - ts Q m 1, . . pkg , ., "" 3 ,A-' ,. - I ' i . "Ie 1 ' .' ,wt -.. - e. ,- 5 .- , , .1-sl.. V -. K , . ., V lg' 1 'QQ 1 s 'S I wi ' 1 is- -:W r a. 'qrf tt? '1,. as 1' , 1 u . .5-'. we ,. . - 2 R, 5. . . Q. t .wi 5 53 'M si fe- 1 4 . 1 is '1- Q ' .g ,-' 5. ,fl 1: nf I Fi-11,4 '91 F 4 A A v...,4.,e-L, ,. , CMJ, MM ..,, alwawz- .asf kj, rv f 3.4 J i .xl . wi Ni if . 1 'i .ss , A A ' .. L -, L is . J .. ., . w.:,1:, ,L wa- 'Sven "Mollie." why? CA'l'llARlNE L. BORGER "Shrimpy" Orchestra, 2, 3, liavzd, 45 Salutatoriaiz "Shrimpy" is another Senior who hails from that big city of Zionsville. "Shrimpy'l is the "Baby" of the senior class and she is known among her fellow-classmates as the "one with the brains." She has been on the Honor Roll every month since she entered Emails lligh School. lf you cannot find 'AShrimpy," look around in the rooms and you will be sure to Hnd her studying her lessons or reading a book. A'Shrimpy" intends to attend either Allentown or Bethlehem Business College. We wish her success in whatever she undertakes after graduation. DO ROT H Y B E RG ER Dotty" fmzior Prom Committee, 3 A "Dotty" hails from the great city of Old Zions- ville. She is a friend to all, but can usually be seen with 'fDotty" has the opportunity of coming to school very early. just look in the typing room and you will Gnd her. f'Dotty" takes a part in the famous HBasement Trio," and sees every movie that comes out. "Dotty" prefers riding a "Plymouth"-we wonder 'fDotty" is undecided as to her future. But what- ever she attempts the class of '37 wishes her success. jOSEPH BROTZMAN ujoerr Science Club, I,' Chorus, 25 Opera, Z, Hi-l', 3,' Tattler Staff, 4,' French Club, 4 A Hne, quiet, unassuming lad-we will always know him as such. joe is a hard-working, conscientious lad. He has rather regularly been a steady "A" student in all his subjects. His favorites are French and Latin. and can he speak French? The opposite sex does not seem to bother him, but who can tell? Still waters run deep. joe expects to enter Civil Service in the near fu- ture. Go to it, joe, and may you 'Anever give up the ship." Page I8 Good l.'!Ck. e w e l of-sf--ff-m -we-.N we 'se A: ' t"s"v'Xf r' EARL l3U'l'Z Butz '- ', ' 5 'tzlxic Club 3' zfmior lrom Committee, Q We now present our 'inswcr to the comedians prayer. a person who can greet any joke you tell with an outburst of laug iter. xy" thc chap who, il' hc has nothing ' aug 1 ,can suwwh' tin se l' vi 11 au1, s 1 -" someone elses expense. llowt-ver, he takes it as well as he gives i . 1 t y Ullutxy has ben overtaken by an uncon- querable attraction for a little metropolis West of Ma- cungie. but that is none ot' our business. We do not know his aim in life, hut whatever it is MARY JAN lf Cl lRlS'I'Nl:XN HM-I.. Chorus, 3, 45 Foreizsic Club, 35 Mixed Cilvc Club, 4,' Girls' Glee Club, -If Uperelta, 9, 45 jr. Prom Conzmit- . fy , f. i.' F 1. ZH sh , 4, cl . . 5 gl, .,,, . fs? ,K 'gf' . ' f' ' Q it I Q' fi 'V f lf ' mi 5,1011 ,,f P l ' 5 if l S, "But is - . X t to g Q 4 l h ll ith l 1 l y tl tl gh u utllx at I t f- in-1 " . - - . 1 . 5 2 tee, 3 but don't get her wrong. for this young lady is quite re- about some incident, go to "Ml" and she'll give you the details and then some. On the other hand, Mary ,lane is quite studious in t " ' . 1 Limwji A nent luck. ROBERT Cll R ISTMAN "Robby" 0rclvesz'1'a, 1, 2, 3, -I "Robby" was a member ol' the lligh School Or- chestra for four years. His musical career seems to be set on the Cello. "Robby" is a reader of many books. and can usu- ally be seen with a book on his desk, deeply interested. As far as we know, Robert has no dehnite field in lile that he wants to follow, but we wish him all the luck in getting a good start in life. Page I9 llere we have the echo of Ethel lleist's giggles- served. However, if you want to get an inside story all her subjects. Any heart throbs??-not to our knowl- edge, but you never can tell! Mary jane expects to be- come a hairdresser in the future. 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E we fr, ' sa., iq A-3 1 X? as get . iwmmlwi - X -w e . i f .J-1 Y g l l Q sis 4 Egkfwwifli ' HOWARD DE ESCH "Footie" Football, Z, 3, 4,' Basketball, 2, 3, 4,' jay Vee Basket- ball, I,' Baseball, 3, 4,' Health club, I Here he is girls! But alas, you are too late "Footie" already has chosen his one and only. We won't say a thing jean. All kidding aside, Footie is an all around athlete, having played all major sports for the last 4 years. His favorite sport is football in which he starred as quarter- back. "Footie" is one of the smallest members of our class and teams, but what he lacks in height, he makes up in Hght, and playing ability. Whatever "Footie" undertakes, we feel sure that he will succeed. Lots of luck, Footie. Page 20 ., ,Fw . ...,,, sg, ,..4 .':5,,5zfef :X gif" I s it. P. 5 Q ,. vf " Q ANNABELLE DUNSTAN Q. t'Belle" " junior Prom Committee, 3,' Year Book Staff, 4, Gym 35 Team, 2 5' llere's to the girl with black hair, brown eyes, and beaming smile! "Belle" is the type of girl who appreciates a good ik joke and generally has one to offer in return. lf she S' isn't laughing with "Cappy," she's chewing gum-the one way of keeping out ol' mischief. "Cappy" and g "Belle" are always together-they are seen everywhere. " Annabelle takes great interest in cafeteria work and a jf certain young man, with a "mussy," from Vera Cruz. Whatever she does the class knows she will succeed if, with her pleasing personality. f if CHARLES EGNER "Charlie" U by Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus, 2, 3, 4,' Class l'resia'e11t, I,' 4 X Tattler Staff, 45 Year Book Staff, 45 Mixed Glee Club, 4,' Operetta, 3, 4,' Aceonzpanist Girls' Glee Club, 4 The strains of Dehussy's '!CIair de Lune" reach our ears and we sink into a dreamy reverie. Who is at gy-4 the keyboard? lt's Mr. Egner's son "Charlie," ol' course. His magic fingers make the keyboard talk. lVlr. Egner's pet aversion is German. Ask Alhert! gf. While his pet diversion is "heckling" girls. Ask Lucre- tia! There is a certain brown-eyed damsel in our class who has caused Charles much heartache. llave a heart. Ethel! Success to our rising young pianist! if . 2101 MARIAN FETTERMAN "Molly" is "Molly" is one of the few serious students who hails from Zionsville. She insists upon chewing gum in classes, although ii she knows that one of the rules is not to chew during class sessions. '4 We sympathize with "lVlolly" because Muhlen- .- berg is only a college for the opposite sex!! We wonder? This fair young lady does her school work faith- fully. '. 'I' Marian is undecided as to what she intends doing we after leaving her Alma Mater, but the best wishes of 2 . i re the class go with her. , , . , . Page 21 Qs,-,,M,. ws A...,-: rf . '.' . Q. IL. .. , :F '? . 5. '-.1 :- , l i RUTH lfRANKENl5lEl.D , ' "Boots" 2 1 Ruth is one of the quiet and studious lassies of the Commercial Class. "Boots," as she is known by her host of friends, hails from Dorneyville. She entered 3 Emaus high school in the beginning ot' her junior year. and as yet, very little is known about "Boots's" outside H activities. We wonder why ???? Ruth's main ambition is to become secretary to a be traveling saleslady. We know that Ruth will be a suc- Q' cess in whatever she will undertake after graduation. f . jOHN FLTLMER "Fulmer" 3 ', Track, 3, 4, lfootball, 3, 4, jay Vee Basketball, 3,' Gym Team, I, Science Club, I, lfrencb Club Pres., 4,' Cbor- gv-5 us, 2, 3, 4,' Operetta, 2, 3, -lg Glee Club, 4,' Tattler Staff. -l,' lr. Prom Committee, 3 1 ' Behold! We present our man-of-many travels, john Fulmer. Fulmer's accounts of his travels make many a dull 1' moment in our class discussions brighter. H Oh! Girls! ls he only tall! Straight!! llandsome!! . Silent!! Fulmer is an all-around athlete and a fellow who works steadily. lle thinks Palmerton a most attractive place. We pg wonder why? Lots of luck Fulmer. We're for you. ' '-z 53 X' KERMIT GEHMAN f t '!Gehman" junior Prom Cominittee, if Year Book Staff, liusiness 1- Manager, 4 "Gehman" is the automobile shark of the senior class. He is seen quite frequently driving a new car .5 around town. fr i !'Gehm,an" is very studious especially in Mr. Frantz's classes. "Gehman" has the attention of many of the lair , maidens but he treats them all alike. He simply does not make a choice. We are warning you. lf you ever see a tall, dark M, at uhn featured "gentleman" coming up to your door you can, bet that it is Kermit trying to sell you an automobile, May the experience of being business manager of Q- . the year book help you in later life. Best of luck. as i fe t'mQ?'? Page 22 fe 3' - 1-- I 5 .. " '- X A -JVQ " 1,., pimp oE1ss1NoER "Birdie" Debating, Z, 3,' Forensic Club, Z, 3,' Ili-Y, 3,' Class Q Play, 4,' Dramatic Club, 3,' junior Prom Committee, sf. 3,' French Club, 4,' Tattler Staff, 3, 4,' Year Book Ed- 4 itor, 45 Chorus, 2, 3, 45 Class President, Z,' Class Vice ' -Q- President, 35 Class Orator i t "Birdie" is one of the quiet and studious members ' Qif of the class who hails from the metropolis of Macun- ff gie. lle is not an athletic type of student but attends all of the games played at home. We will not question him but whatever interests him at the games must be of great importance to him. We do have our suspicions 'fic as to who she is. 5 Seriously, "Birdie" intends to continue his educa- " tion in the line of engineering. So here's wishing him i f lots of success. y 2.- ALTIIEA GILBERT 'AAlthea" 3112 Althea is very quiet in class, but not only in class, af! she is quiet no matter where she is. As to our knowledge, Althea has no male interests. if Maybe Althea sees him secretly. That's alright Althea 2' lzeep him secret, no one else can take him. ,Q When Althea enters the business world we know she will succeed. Althea has a faint idea that she will 54 be a cashier in some hotel. Maybe it will be llotel ii Traylor, or Americus llotel. Which one Althea? The 3,4 future will tell us. ,f Good luck Althea. , Q . if ROY GILBERI' 5' Horny" Football, 2, 3, -lg lr. Varsity Basketball, 3,' Track, 3,' Tattler Staff, 2, 4,' Year Book Staff, 4,' jr. Prom Com- mittee, 3,' jr. Uratorical Contest, 3 Behold our blonde football Adonis! Who made that last tackle? When this question was asked during the last two football seasons you could expect the ans- wer to be "Roy Gilbert." Roy played a guard position with the skill of a professional and not only outplayed his opponents but also out-talked them. Activities show his interests were not only in ath- letics. We feel sure he will succeed in whatever he un- dertakes. . Luck and happiness to you, "Gilly." Page 23 53 -vm-'f" t Z? A -tg ,J ' - N -f 3 -:v th. 4. .t- f N' .y WM a?:i?f""f"'gf We 5 xr. A ' GEORGE HEINLY 34 sternly" .1 1 i Behold, one of the only twins in the senior class. George is a very quiet boy. We have never seen him 1.4, flirting with the opposite sex, yet we wonder who she might be??? George and his brotner Norman are always dressed alike and are always seen together. Teachers never know them apart and depend on their blushing to know them apart. George's future is undecided, good luck and smooth sailing in life. .1 s 1. it i l Nommx IIEINLY l 'tlleinly" Behold! The other lleinly twin. Can you distin- f . . 1 . guish between the twor XX e never could. Norman IS also a very quiet boy and apparently uninterested in girls. Norman has just completed a book "The Advan- tages and Disadvantages of Being Twins." "Silence is i Golden." certainly applies to Norman as well as to M -F George. We do not know what Norman intends to do, . 5 but whatever he tackles, we hope he will be successful. l i? ' l ETHEL uEisT g s, T "Tweedles" Claorus, 2, 3, 4,' Class Secretary ,l, 2,' Mixed Glee Club, 4, Girls' Glee Club, 4, Freucb Club, 4, Operetta, 2, 3, jj 4, jr. Prom Committee, 3, Senior Class Play, 4 Who is that giggling there in the corner. of the - L room? lt's just "Ethel," one of the pretty lassies in our class who alwa s has a smile for ever one. 1 1 y Y "Tweedles" wouldn't miss a basketball game or Z1 -l ' dance at school unless she really had to. '1Ethel" is an excellent piano-player and some- times we wonder if she likes piano duets with someone or mavbe accompanying the cello. We won't tell, Ethel! "Tweedles" expects to take up hairdressing and work with "MJ," Good luck, Ethel! We Page 24 , ' vm. ...L 1 ' 5 - 1 -... at pf' .1 CLAIR E. l'llETER f Siky ,F- Tattler Staff, 4,' Senior Class Play, 4,' junior Varsity Basketball, 3, junior Prom Cornmittee, 3 "Siky" is one of those 'fopton flashes, and de- fends his town in all arguments. "Siky" claims that limaus has swell cheer leaders, especially the one that hails from Broad St. Clair is active in class as well as in sports as can be shown by his occasional appearances on the "I lonor Roll." When there is a commotion "Siky" is usual- ly connected with it in some manner. "Siky's" interest is in heading a Truck Transpor- tation Company and the class of "37" wishes you the best of luck. ARLENE HOFFMAN "Puss" "l'loffy" Cliorus, 2, 3, 4,' Mixed Glee Club, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club, 4, Tattler Staff, 3, 4, Declanzatiou Contest, 2,' jr. Prom. Conznzittee, ,ig Dranzatitrs, 3, Uperetta, 3, -lg Senior Class Play, 4 Raye! Raye! Raye! Introducing "Russ" llotlman the "Martha Raye" of our class, Arlene is the perfect tonic for Monday morning blues. She has often sent the class into hysterics with her "Chokes." "Puss" is a grand girl, a perfect pal, and a hard worker. An uproar in the right corner of Room ll lets everyone know that "Puss," "Pet," and "Charlie" are at it again. Arlene expects to take a business course at Nlorav- ian College. More power to you 'fPuss." LUCILLE HOYT i "Lu" Cliorus, 2, 3. 4,' Opera, 2, 5, 4,5 junior Prom Conznzit- tee, 35 Senior Class Play, 45 Yearbook Staff, -lg Mixed Glee Club, 4 We come to one of the most sought-after girls in the senior class. "Lu" is tall, slim, blonde, and ex- ceedingly pretty, attracting, attention with her pink cheeks and friendly smile. Some secretarial school will be blessed by this cheerful person and it will not be long before some boss will be asking her to dinner. But all joking aside, Lucille is conscientious for she plays the piano and is now taking drum lessons from her father. Luck and happiness to Lucille in whatever she chooses to do. - Page 25 Q I ,A i s 2 s Em- . , . -. ,.. . i ? 7 is Q 5, l. fi? wk 1 5 1 " -At' 1555 X' Al' is Jyv P S NZ x ri 5- st We ri 5 'S 4 4 'Z 'Q 32 1 J . - Q L- -1- we it 4 - -. yrs -if . N -it . W ARK - n N -,gf F ' A .nl A ' W-N . gf h ' , 4 'lfffr E 5 jEAN IOBST 5 "jeanie" Tattler Stall, 3, 4,' Yearbook Staff, 4,' FrenclJ Club, 45 ,Q Forensic, 2, ig Girls' Glee Club, 4,' Mzxed Glee Club, vt 4,' Cborus, 3, 4, Oratorzcal Contest, ig junior Prom 3 Conzrnittee, ig Senior Class Play, 4 5 Here comes "jeanie," but she's not alone, for there Q is ever faithful "Lou" beside her. "jeanie" enjoys danc- Z ing more than anything else, we believe, especially Q when she has "Don" as her partner. 'l heir dance team sg won a good deal of recognition in their senior year. 'g jean makes a reliable confidante, often going to r much trouble to grant favors. She certainly has talent in dramatics. Put a script before her and she'll portray any feminine character most effectively. - We wish her success in her vocation. ll IIOMER xl. KELLER 'Q " Poopdeckn " Kellerl' sg Scoutefs Club, l,' lay Vee Basketball, 1, Z,' Basketball. 3, 4,' Football, Z, 3, 45 Baseball, ig Track, .ig Ban Ili-l', 3, Health Club, I "Another ten yard gain by Keller," Hlhere goes another one in from the corner," "He did it, he got a hit in the pinch." Such remarks as these were heard fre- quently at our athletic contests, about our Poopdeck. lsle played the three majr sports at our high school. Besides being outstanding in athletics, "Keller" is no slouch scholastically, his name frequently ap- pearing on the honor roll. "Poopdeck" expects to become a Drojectionist, and we know that the film cannot tear with him behind the controls. l Operetta, 3, 4 KENNETH K. KELLER Kenny" Monitor Club, 5, 4,' Monitor Club Captain, 45 Chorus, 3, 4,' Year Book Staff, 4,' Senior Class Play, 4,' Music Meet the captain of the Monitor Club. A rather quiet fellow and one who never studies too hard. - "Kenny" spends most of his evenings ushering at ' the State fheatre. Any night he cannot he located at 4 if W on Third Streeti the State he mav be found by calling at a certain house Mi Putting all kidding aside. after graduation "Ken- ny" hopes to take a course in electrical engineering. We wish you lots of luck, "Kenny" X, f P ,' gf-5" Wi n? ' 4' w f7" ' 5 l:t 5w'r ATrf . t fi'A'1 5'7f"'f7"'Mf 'i'v' filf'i E . j j ' A ' ARLENE KEYSER A " Keyser" Arlene is one of our "talkative" girls. Neverthe- 1- less, she has a pleasing personality and is liked by all. Q Q" Arlene is a good sport and is always willing to help 'A anyone along. She is rather mischievous at times, but lf-A certain people still do not know her for they seem to 5- think she is a good little girl. 7 "Keyser" expects to be somebody's private secre- tary some day and we wish her luck. if So go to it, "Keyser," for we know you will suc-- .if- ceed. fl, .- if Gi' Btsrrv IQLINE tp' Y ..Bet,, y lmzior Prom Committee, 3,' Clvorus, 3, -lg Mixed Glec Club, 45 Opereliu, 3, 4 - - . .. ,, - .. U . fig' A friend in need is Bet indeed. Bet is the help- 3 mate ot the commercial class. Does "Bet" know her shorthand!! lfler boss will thank his lucky stars for fx her knowledge of shorthand. "Bet" is very quiet and studious in class, but out- 'Q' side of class, oh boy!! "Bets" main interests lie ilifw, but don't worry, 9' 'lBet," we won't tell. 1 Q "Bet" intends to he somehody's stenog. The class lr ol '37 certainly wishes you the best of luck. So go to ' 21 ll- i f GERAi-oiNE L. KLINE 51 . 'Gerry" r 1 l f Chorus. Z, 3, -lg Debating, 2, 4,' lattle Stall, 2, 3, 45 g f lr. Prom Committee, ig Monitor, 3, 45 lforenxic. 2, ig h is lr. Declamatioii Contest, 55 Music Uperetta, 5, 4,' Girls' Trio, 1.2, if Tattler l'earb0ok Staff, 45 Class Treaszir- f l er, Zg Girls' Glee Club, -lj Mixed Glee Club, 4,' Editor A s of Tattler, 4 1 L Presenting Geraldine Kline. the strawherry-blonde j of the class. "Gerry's" one weakness is talking. She is , V seldom silent. but she usually knows her lessons. "Ger- ' Qfl ry" was the alto of the "Girls' Trio," which entertained -1 the school quite frequently. ij "Gerry" was especially interested in the affairs of ?fH the Monitor Club this year. We wonder if "Kenny" could be the reason. Geraldine is interested in journalism and her splen- did record as Editor-in-chief of the Tattler this past year proves she is capable of doing such work. Good l luck "Gerryf' Page Z7 ill. e b , 3.1: .,- V 'Elle -.emi 4, " .Q '- 4. 2 -a -f T2 " 'N -J 1 IR .f:- 2 1- S- 1 'A - ' ,F ,r , - "zP"' ' 1' f' - f f -'y ' "f -' , 5 -' I' V it , -' ' ,. :A .ws , Wet ,' - -ug r sf "Q BYRON KNOLL 'P' "Barney" Q i Orchestra, I, 2, 35 Chorus, 2, 5, 45 Opera, 3, 45 Health Club, I,' Cheerleader, I, 2, 95 fzl11101'Pro'f1z Corrzmzttee, ft 5, Vzce Pres. Red Cross Cozmczl, 4,' llz-l Club, .ig lattler Staff, 4 'A' Look, Whols here! None other than "Barney.' P "Barney" is a very active member of our class, and 'gy ,Q feels quite free to express himself at all times. Like um if 1 - - it yy - fag most other fellows, he takes an interest in gals. His "Isolde" was a member ot the class of '36, but you ig never can tell with "Barney" "Barney" is a fine all around lellow. One could al- 3Q . ways hnd him at the Athletic events. ' Girls, you're not done with "Barney" yet. llls am- bition is to become a salesman. O. K. filI'lSfFJ?? Good luck, "Barney," and behave. GEORGE KOVACII 1. S f'Guddy" ' George is one of our Commercial students. He ranks very high in his studies and his name has ap- 1, peared on the Honor Roll often this year. Ile especial- ., ly excells in Commercial subjects. 5 "Guddy" doesn't seem to bother much about girls ' -at , . although you can never tell what s going to happen. 5 His favorite hobby is drawing cartoons. llis future is undecided but we know that he will succeed in whatever he attempts to do. llere's wishing V If you luck in the future. if s IIIQLEN RRIEBEL if 'fliriebeln l3'resenting another member from Macungie. Helen is a quiet girl who always has her work done well. . We do not know much about Helen because she 'TV keeps all her secrets to herself. Helen expects to continue her studies at business Z' . ,A - v e . 4., ' s as . :' l L, 4 ' Q college. lf she keeps on working as she has for the last four years, we need not fear for her success. Lucky will be the employer who some day employs Helen. llere's wishing you lots of luck. Page ZS r, A,. ,,. Q ... x" '9. i ,. ., .l . I W my 0 M 1, ,. ., .Z . ,, , ,EV M, ,MQ W ,:fe jE.., :, 1, 13 5 7. 5 -f-. 4 .1,- rf. + Jl' 'V ' I 'Eglin Til: EVELYN KUEHN "liuehny" Girls' Baseball Team, 3 3125 always finds "Kuehny" and "Lilly" in the locker-hall talking. We wonder what the subject could be? Evelyn's daily walks to and from Vera Cruz bring her good health. A Evelyn is quite studious, however, studies do not F keep her from going to square dances every weekend. The boys seem to be very interested in "Kuehny." 3, but she says she is not interested. Evelyn is one of the cake sellers of our class and if she works as well in her future occupation she will surely succeed. - EDWARD LEIIMAN ' 1 "Eddie" "Eddie" is one of the most studious boys in the class. lle is always found studying something, usually i g Bookkeeping. Not only does he excell in Bookkeeping, , -. but also in such commercial subjects as Typing and Commercial Law. l'Eddie" says he has no interest in the opposite " sex, but we think differently. ffl . . . ,, . , ga Alter graduation "Eddie has decided to become a A', Q. Bookkeeper. We know that "Eddie" will succeed in in whatever he may attempt. Lot's of luck "Eddie" for a successful future. nowkno C. LoNo "l-ongie" Forensic, 3, Clvorzfs, 3, 45 fr. Oratorical Contest, 3,' Hi- Y, 3,'1Jebati1zg,4,' Sr. Declamation, 4,' Operetta, 3, 4,' Dramatic Club, 35 lfrencli Club, 4,' Tatzfler Staff, 2, I 3, 4, Year Book Staff, 4, Glee Club, 4, Valedictoriarz , Every class has its "Brain Trust" and "Longie" has always been ours. Any contention that may arise is always settled by Howard. "Longie" came to us as a Freshman, shy, bashful, lle's still very studious, but not so shy and bashful. lloward is our shining example of a perfect pupil and his marks are beyond comparison. A .4 fgfm He is always busy, but ever ready to lend a helping M A :-,HIE hand. .. We're pulling for you, "l.ongie." Q K. 5 I Page Z9 he 1 , e- -1 1-,, v- , my :Eze sg F' X V smgb . X r x 8 2? " V- A ' 'Q :' f N - -iv ,- 4' ,dim-f-:pw el . ,,- , i l , -,yn .,, . .L '- - , ' .,.9 L-, , ,.,,.4i,,,n,..+w4.sifae,,gf,-,rain ,. ., -, ,. ,W ' ,.,4,,, ,q4,gf,g55. g: ,,., f.f, ,f-st,,g,51,,,,gR.V,,g,N, 4 ,4 6 xc! "Q A f 4 " x ni' N 1 "':5f,,.-'ci "SCJ .13 ' , g A41 'F E 1 .xi S ., X4 Ni ...J'L....1i-. .-1' 4 .:l. s W uma! 1' ' X a -F .9 5 1 ,L ' " ? , , F fi X, 3 N Y, ' is S B ri 'li ,F Nj tv -:Q 1' 6 ': if ,-..- , 9 1' ,Qi 2 ai 1- Q P' G Nt? N3 1?4b 5 A F ,N w ,. V .Quai 1, . is , f DONALD LUCKEY "Lucky" Monitor Club, 3, 4,' Nature Club, l,' junior Prom Coni- mittee, 3,' Senior Class Play, 4 Here is the "chink" of our class. Donald very ably took the part of "Wing" in the Senior Class Play. Donald is a very quiet person, but when you get to know him well, you will find him full of lun. His chief occupation seems to be teasing the girls. During this past year we have found an ardent hunter and hsherman in our class. This is one reason Donald lrequently misses school. We wish you luck and success in whatever you un- dertake. HELEN MclNROY l "Pet" Chorus, Z, 3, 4,' Monitor Club, 3, 4,' Mixed Glee Club, 45 Girls' Glee Club, 4, Girls' Tro, 1, 2, 3,' Senior Class Play, 4,' Debating, 2, 3, 4,' Tattler Staff, Z, 3,' Declam- ation Contest, 3, Forwzsic, 2, 3,' Prom Committee, 3, Music Uperetta, 3, 4 Helen was the leading soprano in the HGirls' Trio" and the school operas for two years. Seldom is she seen without "Fuss" and HYee." Outstanding in musical talent, "Pet" also possesses a natural dramatic ability and will take a course in dramatic direction alter Urad- ution. Why did 'lPet" want to go to Florida during the winter season? "Franny" is her ideal dancing partner and may you go dancing to success. In DELMORE MEITZLER "Delly" "Windy" Scout Club, Ig jr. Prom Committee, 3, Stage Manager, 1, 2, 3, 4 Delmore is one of the unusual boys in our class. lle is unusual in that he is very quiet and always comes to class with his lessons prepared, Delmore is unusual also in the fact that he is very bashful. "Delly" does not like girls, at least that is what he says, but many times we doubt his word. Did you ever see Delmore alone? We don't think so. He's a good fellow all around and we know helll succeed in whatever he may endeavor to do. Good luck, "Delly." Page 30 ll. l ' , Q ,,. Aff- -Qi N F5 ' -1 Y A- H- ' . ' V' " 5 ' . .'af"5'R-'- 'rt 'N ' -' fri V 1 . A x , . ELAINE MILLER "Lainnie" Dramatic Club, ig Chorus, 3, -lg Girls' Glee Club, -lg 5 Mixed Glee Club, -1 ' llere we have that beautiful "blonde" of the senior r class. "Lainnie" hails from the extreme west end of town. She is a very quiet girl She is very studious and is sure of having all her lessons before indulging in any type of sport. "Lainnie" and "Maggie" are usually found togeth- er during school hours. She is a good sport. "Lainnie" N is undecided as to what she expects to do after leaving her Alma Mater. But, here's luck! i i l F LA RUE MILLER " "Fuzz" ' Chorus, 2, -l,' junior Prom Conzmittee, 95 Opera, 2, 45 Senior Class Play, 4 . . . . . ff We introduce a tall, slim lady of the senior class. "Fuzz" is a quiet girl, when she's alone! She can always 'A ' be seen standing on the corners. We wonder why!! X "Fuzz" is a giood sport and true friend. She is in- if terested in her studies. "Fuzz" pays little attention to the opposite sex. With some exceptions! ' t. . "Fuzz" is never seen alone, she can always be seen with the two other musketeers. ,f Putting all kidding aside, LaRue has her heart , set on being a cashier. We wish you the best of luck g-- i and success in your work. ' I ii RicuAR1J iviourz :rDiCkvv Baseball 2, 3, 4,' Football, 3, 45 Hi-Y, 3,' junior . " Prom Comrrzittee, 3, Chorus, 4,' Opera, 4 I "Dicki' belongs to the large "curly headed club" llis becoming blush has won hun so many admirers he , gi doesn't know what to do with them, but his true love is Sport." An all around athlete, "Montzie" was our star ,QQ catcher on the baseball team and end on the football ' fi team. "Dick" has very keen eyesight, especially during is tests!!?f Have you seen "lVlontzie" and his "Huppy" speed through town loaded to capacity? lt's only the . . Zionsville traffic. 1 "Dick" eapects to become an athletic coach. Were with you, "D1ck"! A s. Q i 4 iii jj Page 31 F' 'i t V,..:--' ' 1 -gm v- . - . Jizz: Islkhg-. .f 1-,ff . a v .W 55. 5 - 5' ' ' -I ' If . s' - .' f 3051. A if 3 , .. ' , e .., , . 1 -gy , ,. : ,.j Q K .M ,V . ,. X.: LV ROGER NEETZ n l P Hlslorser ' Q Y "J . . . , , . Football, 4,' lattler Staff, 5, 4, Gym leant, 1, 4,' Frencb Club, 4 A ' 'l-lere folks is Horser ' the junior G-lVlan." fgff "l'lorser" is a very industrious student and can always .gg be depended upon as a willing worker. 53 "llorser" doesn't seem to have much trouble with -.. the 4'Weaker Sexu but you know we all have secrets. Know who writes up all our sports events in the .el V " 5 f 5 I ' ,- A nf - . ' YH 1 2 f i '5'.f. N l il ,P gl J .-LQ! '1 5 . 3,4 ' 'naman . 5 5 . Ig - "4f: 'z:?, - :ff - ' 4, . -lime n f Luvwooo NEsTER . l !'Linny" l Track, 3, 4,' Monitor, 3, 4, junior Prom Committee, 35 Year Book Staff, -I "Linny', lives on the outskirts of Emaus. lle is a sort of quiet fellow, but likes to play tricks on people. At night "lu.inny" spends his time ushering in the State Theatre, Emaus. '4Linny" has many heartstrings which cause him a great deal of trouble, because he can not decide which is the longest. Linwood hasn't decided what to do after leaving high school, he is hopzng that some heartstring will lTlC2Ili or shrink before long. We wish "Linny" lots of luck in the future. Tattler? lt's none other than our pal "I lorserf' "lflorser" has chosen a very interesting vocation. that of being an archeologist. The class of '37 is all for you, so go to it pal. KENN ETH NUSS "Nussie" "Abbie, Basketball, 3, 4, Track, I, 3, 4,' Science Club, I,' Gym TFQTII, 1, 2, 4,' Stage Manager, I, 2, 35 Student Manag- er, 3, 4 "Nussie" is one of the small members of the senior class but he certainly proved to be a worthy student manager and always good for at least two points in any game. We can understand his interest in the boy's basket- ball team but why an interest in the girl's team??? "Abbie" has no dehnite plans after leaving school. We all know that no matter what he attempts he will play an honest game which means success. We wish you all the luck in the world. Page 32 H sv-wig gf' w . ,. W.,-V 4 -N.-Q .,-fe,-ef--sr-wx ' f-wg , - 'aff 5 5'-v'sr'a-,I C f' -"vi 'N-1' i f 41. "':y'S.+""af"'-x"'1,hr.-1216.5 IRENE ORTT Hlxenet ' seball, 1 ' Girls' C ee -C ub ' Clio s, ' Senior GleeC11fb, 4 ' titt' hails lrom t e "big itte ci y' ol' ' Cruz. She is an all around sport and a grand pal. When ' 1 hear 1 " " yot can tell "Renee" is around. Q is always seen with her two senior friends ljdna and ,-Xrline. "Renee" has already found her heart throbr? That is why she has become so interested in saxophones. "Renee" expects to take a nursing course in the Jlillentown llospital. We are sure she will be successful. llere is wishing you loads ol luck! CLAliDliAN PAl'l.lESx "Deany" gr Y , 36 Q' ,. I l e 5 Y, 35 s s, .Y Q ls 'K e xsa :txt 42. S , NW, Wt .c -. ff- K' H -se'- 1 4 . '- sw'-f N ,, .. , Y , io 5' J I B l ,S W' an JSR R 'ff WW? 4 'l F v. if J 1 4 4 , l ij, Ba , fl l , . ru . 1 . I , l ki .Ruins L h. 1 lx t Xera I 3 y She 5 i SOL l LO l C I , Girl's Baseball Team, 3 i'Deany" hails from the "sticks," She is the cake cutter ol the class, and can she cut?? She says she is not interested in the opposite sex. hut you never can tell. "Deany" and "lQuehny" are known to be the noise-makers in typing class. She is always willing to share a good joke. Claudean does not know what she wants to do after leaving Emaus High. Whatever you do, the y class of '37 wishes you success, GEORGE l'EGl7 ESSF "George" "Sonny" l Football, 45 fiuzior Varsity Basketball, 3,4 Gym, Club. l,' lznzior Pronz Committee, 3,' Chorus, 4,' Hi-7' Club, K 35 I"0re11sicClzlb, ig Glee Club. 4,' Gym Team, 1. 2. 3, 4 Whenever there is any trouble you can always find leguesse in the middle ol it. Peguesse pays quite a few - visits to the otlice. i George showed his ability in football, playing a guard position. , "Sonny" is interested a great deal in Room l3. We wonder why? Seriously. George plans to better his education in some higher institution of learning. We wish you luck "Sonny." Page 33 ..y, bfi' v-,, E' K ze C 6 P' 4 2" t 51-'K5 ' s .ry A ef 5, I, 0,-,lv 44 Wd",-f vi. - 'fr -ijgjir-g'iapgfM,pM, , 4.M,,,.m,,QL.fq,,, su .2.gf'f1ff.T -133, fc- ': , 1.:G,v ,c -sf. E: I '15 .Y 5 5 5 5' t .rs wi ,WN I . . like E ft 1 fr 'iam iam gf' fi: -5 . , '11, 4' '- fe. f -'J smg. ,kx - ' , ' if R ,s ,.v, .. Q4 e ,,, l, . X - -, ir V L 1 1 Ar . ,V L X T I ,X Y- - " I . , . -., .6 . ,. an 'iv' 6 if CORINNE REIFSNYDER A l'Reenie" lunior Prom Coininittee, 3,' Senior Class Play, 4,' Year 93 Book Staff 4 fy Behold, a fair lassie from Topton who joined E. lfl. S. in her junior year. She's small but oh my!!-remember good things fig come in small packages. "Reenie" is one of the capable dancers of the senior class, and can she swing it!! Wherever dance if music is heard "Reenie" is sure to be found. 'fi ' "Reenie" is interested in Muhlenberg, we wonder why!!! Never mind "Reenie" we can keep a secret. Corinne is undecided about her life vocation but we know she will be successful in whatever she under- takes. HAROLD E. RICE F "Ricey,' W Hi-Y, 3,' Debating, 3, 4,: Glee Club, 4,' Cborus, 3, 4,' 1 junior Varsity Basketball, I, 2,' Dramatic Club, 3,' 'js Monitor Club, 2, 3, 4,' Senior Class Play, 4,' Operetta, 4,' Forensic, 3,' Tattler SMU, 4, Class Treasurer, I,' Q f Class Vice President, Z, 4,' . Stop kidding, those locks are as natural as the ocean waves! Of course "l lal" is interested in girls, but he and his pal believe in the motto, "Variety is P spice of life." Rice and Wilson are inseparable buddies, and they are forever seeking a good time. But putting all fooling aside, Rice can really be the most serious fellow at times, especially in the Q mathematics field. "Hal" is quite accomplished in the line of dramatics, but he has already chosen engineer- if ing as his vocation. , .E Q- ' is . 'K ,-i if 1 55 if 1 sm ' --e. "f a t -. t- . . 'G 2 LILLIAN ROEDER "Lilly" Basketball, 3,' Monitor Club, 3, 4,' Deelaination, 3,' Forensic, 3,' Frenclv Club, 4,' Oratorieal Contest, 3 Presenting, fun-loving and carefree "Lilly." She his known to follow up all the "square dances" held 111 Vera Cruz. We wonder why!! "Lilly" is one of the sunny members of the class. Do you need someone to tell your troubles to?? just tell them to "Lilly." She will cheer you. Her best pal is "Kuehny." ' "Lilly" wants to be an artist, but we are afraid some Romeo will interfere. Best wishes "L1llyf' Page 34 5 1 . -' mga ' . V -- bw- W-swf' are ' " ""e " "i"5i"Q-f"R'f""'1l"R'A""' y. "N-'Nf"fw'. "' ii: , , ., ..x2 . . ' 9,5 , .1 ,vt ROBERT ROEDER "Mushy" "Roeder" llealtlw Club, I,' luuior Varsity Basketball, Z,' Track, 3. 4,' Basketball, 5, 4, Football, I, Z, 3, 4,' KCaptaiuj, 4,' Baseball, 5, 4,' Turrzblirzg, I, 25 Hi-Y, I,' Science Clubp Senior Class Plagv, 4 Boy! ls he handsome. lf you don't take our word for it ask some of the girls who are still suffering from broken hearts. All kidding aside, Roeder is one of the greatest athletes to ever leave this Alma Mater. lle has played football, basketball and baseball for the last four years. llis brilliant all around playing earned him the honor of being this year's football captain. Robert seems to be interested in Macungie at the present time, but who knows how long. We don't know what Roeder expects to do when he leaves school, but we know that if he hits life as hard as he hits that old line he will be a great success. l u ARLEN E SALLAD E EDNA ROHRBACII I lovngey' Mixed Glee Club, 45 Chorus, 45 Girls' Glee Club, 4 "Honey" hails from Longswamp. She is one of the new-comers to the senior class. "Honey" has the prettiest bif: eyes for which lots of boys fall, but it doesn't benefit thell anything, be- cause she is already taken. We'll tell 'you part of the secret, his nickname is "Sefty." ' . Q "Honey" comes to school in her favorite car, a l-ord. Can she drive it, or can she drive it?? Edna has not yet dehnitelv decided what her career will be, but we know she will be successful in anything shegundertakes. 'lLenie" Student Manager, 4 Right before your eyes is the dark-haired young lady ofthe class, "Lenie." Arlene was Student Manager for the Girls' Basket- ball Team. Quite some job for "Lenie," but she could handle it. I Some day Arlene will take over a swell othce posi- tion, we all know she will produce good work for her Dusri. Good luck, "Lenie," stick to your job and you'll get places. Page 35 o if . JY. i ,P 1 'if ,W ,. , ' K-1 . 5 , r it ,J I l' Q. 5-E T E M L 94-git iss- .45 E5 if u . e 'Zi 7 ' . P l ,,..1,.. - -.shit . -:" 'We 1 1- 1 ,X 1 ' ' L 'S i f J Z? - :,e, vf4e,!,.,b,.'- J 243- ' '53Z'i'5i"'+54l!iz-,.z5'4:'f'5 rf 'L -1-'ff 'f" '1i '- .- flair 7 fi-V 'fag-5'?f intl-Q?S 'i,' ' i i 3 'E . . .Na . I . V, tt. Q , W .E ?. f .4 . ji S it Ile A s Q3 tx i 4 , I 93 sg .' ' 5 E is if .. ,vs sf .1 .5 . .' -1 rt X . U .1 01 j 3 5 Pi . , . P SY, .V I , .5 as -it lf? 7 r C 'ei . 5 x I We 1 1 t N . ,V 1,55 l ik .2 K . If sg as E . Zi .5 55. Q. , gr, .,-M n.. 4 ,,, res Q3 Ex , ig .J ., ,FM ANN.-X SCI IANTZENBACII 'fBobby" fr Varsitv liaslettball I' Basketball Ca tain 4 . . Q 1 , , u J p Y ,- liasketball, 2. 5, Debating, 25 Tattler Staff, 4,' jr. Prom C017IH1llfe'8, 3 Behold! the captain of the basketball team of E. ll. Can she play? "Bobby" was the star player of the ltlllll. Did you ever see "Bobby" alone?? Not often for she is always with her other two "sidekicks." ller so called blonde hair is attractive, especially for the opposite sex, but no fear "Bobby" we will not llliillllllll HHN' HLIITICS. "Bobby" takes an active interest in her studies and we know she will succeed in whatever she undertakes. Success to you Anna. you deserve it. 1':!- 11--' DANIEL SCUANTZ "Danny" Forensic Club, 3,' Literary Club, 45 Ili-l' Club, 35 Monitor Club, 2, 3, 4,' Chorus, 2, 3, 45 Clee Club, 4,' Cbeerleader, 4,' Le Cercle Francais, -lg Dramatics, 3,- fzuzior Rea' Cross, 3,' Senior Class Play. 4 Here comes Schantz with his natural wavy hair. ls it naturalrit? Ask him! Schantz is the champion "femme teaser" in the class. lf a girl happens to be near Schantz you'll soon hear her say, "Cut it out, Octapusf' Daniel has been one of our ardent cheerleaders and helped to bring our teams victory. Ile has also made himself useful as an accomplished pianist. He is not certain about life after graduation, but we wish him all the luck in the World. JESSI E SClslAN'l'ZENBACIlsl njettu Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Tattler Staff, 4,' Debating, 4, Senior Class Play, 4 "Jett" has been with us only three years. She join- ed our class in her sophomore year. "Jett" was a star basketball player, which she proved to us by playing on the varsity team for three years. She has also been active in debating in her senior year. 'I-Iett" is usually seen with "Lenie" and "lVlicky,' her two most intimate friends. After graduation, she expects to be somebody's secretary or stenog. Go to it "Jett" the class wishes you all the luck and success you can possibly attain. Page 36 f 1 f . l' , , , ' RUSSELL SCIIEIRER Callllj Ili-Y, if rnpem, 2, 5, cflw-af, 2, 2 f Ilarkl Whats that noise in the hall? None other z -Q than "Curly" rattling otl another one of his favorite cowboy songs. "Curly" is another fair member of the 1 senior class and hails from the great metropolis of East ' Texas. ' "Curly" takes great interest in baseball, especially in the outfield. Not only does he take great interest in '5 baseball but also in his hair, there's where his nickname "Curly" is derived from. f'CIurly" is also studious at A times, he is always willing to do his part. Lots of luck "Curly" yd Eff ,L ti IIARYEY SCIIMOYTZR "Varsity" junior Mechanics Club, l,' Student Manager, l, -lg 8 junior Varsity Basketball, 35 Track, 5, 45 Stage Man- ager, 1, 2, 3, 4,' junior Prom Committee, 3 Behold one of the talkative boys of the class. fn -"Schmoyer" is one of the talkative, but very able 5,1 student managers, is very active and pays very much :iffy attention tol-P Well, we wonlt mention names, "Varsity" le At times "Schmoyer" is very studious, especially li when tests come around. 5- "Schmoyer" also was very active as four year stage hands, doing his work satisfactorily, 5 ' FRANKLIN SCHOCI I "Schochie" Chorus, l lntroducing a big fish in a small pond. The big fish is HSCl10ClllCH and the small pond is Alburtis. "Schochie" is one of our boys who can speak for himself. "Schochie" and "'l'ommyl' can always be seen to- get her. Although A'Schochie" has not taken part in many activities during his attendance at li. ll. S. yet he has shown a great interest in his school. Franklin is undecided as to his career after gradu- ation, but we know he will succeed in whatever he at- tempts. Go to it, "Schochie"-We're with you! We do not know what "Varsity" intends to do or what he is interested in, but whatever he attempts, we know will be successful. Good luck, "X'arsity." Page 37 wsu 5" 5 ' af'-, 3? if' if T i' F 3 12, f 7 2 W , bm, .els -1 5 v 191. W m l m A ,Q I A M ,, A . , , , H H , W, ,, , W, , N f A--. . 1 lvl 2 PAUL scuutek l "Whitey" "Flash" i' ,. . mek, 3, 4,'140otball, 4 ff Here comes "Whitey" the strong and handsome ff man of the senior class. He hails from that large me- , tropolis, the city of Vera Cruz. Whenever you hear a rumpus in the halls you are sure to see "Whitey" Al- ' though "Whitey" does not have any definite interest in the opposite sex, he has a very fine technique ol blush- ing in their presence. Q Seriously though, "Whitey" is interested in track ' and we won't be surprisd if l'Whitey" some day will be- 3 g come a famous track star. Good luck, "Whitey," we know you'll succeed. 1 A ctaeoe sciuscrz "Schultzy" i Science Club, I,' Monitor, 2, 3, 4,' junior Prom Com- j mittee, i N llere is the practical jokester of the senior class. ' .-. - 'lSchultZie', delights in doing such unaccountable 'A ' things as placing tacks on somebody's seat. Whenever there is any trouble, poor innocent 553 'lSchultzie" is sure to be found in the midst of it. We haven't noticed "Schultzie's" attention wan- Q dering to any particular girl-he pests all of them, 1 V, But seriously, "Schultzie" really "knows his stuff" when it comes to a scientific explanation in Physics .pc class. We know he will go far when he enters the en- gl- - gineering world. SS vi" ' KARL SCI IUSTER A'Skeeter" .92 . fag lfootball, -lg Baslectball, 3, 45 Baseball, I, 2, 3, 45 lattler Staff, lg Year Hook Staff, 45 junior Prom Com- mittee, 3 if Behold! one of the star athletes of the school. llis name is "Skeeter." There are two thinfzs "Sketer" likes: , sports and the opposite sex. He doesn't believe in taking chances. This is the reason he has a girl in every port N . 5 :H"- -5' :- '. " 'es '11, , , ?', , ' I .... -1 '!Q.f.f 1Qs . :,e-' - . but at present his main interest centers on a certain girl in the junior class? Whenever you see "Skeeter" you usually see "l3ummie" his sten-brother with him. Seriously though. Karl expects to become a Physical Ed. coach. Good luck, "Skeeter" we know you'll succeed. gulf' Page 38 'Quai d si-. N . K yi, g,.c .t 11:11 .V W, 4894" f'-wr - '-fwwfm fs. ww "'w"t "ss,""'1.+""1g""i-f"w-""sf"i4"1 ' 'JH-gf"-ef' - f".g'w.-'rw N-,ru-s -.M-x 1 " ' . ,f ,H -,,, 1 .- .st K - . 5 1 y In . ' X ' ' ! . A Jn ,n 41- ,.-N ,1-..'-aw I A 5 'f' t- --,'v:-4-- av-wisclf-f..-: 'TeKl "71':"Li'i'3' ., wer- f-rv--w2,2-- :an is-4. -L. - .. '-.tray i, ' :fi f 6,1 1 - -1 : gif' -tvs -- . . ,W--its ,Q is-hr flsrf- , ix ln. J,-,593 V. hi. H ,:,.I.hs-."se, s'Qtf-142 . 3 . l KER Mn' SHELLY l "sherry" if f :F Basketball, Z, v,' lr. Prom Committee, 3,' Science Club, -z Ili-Y, 3, Chorus, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team, 3, 4,3 lr. Varsity l,' Clec Club, 45 lforcnsic Club, 3,' Operetta, 2, 3, 4, . 4:1 Cflteerleader, 3 l -i ij . by "Shelly" better known as "Heartbreaker Butch' hy his classmates, is one of our seniors who is always lound in good hunilor. llis everlastingly red, not arti- licial, cheeks are the envy of the entire senior class. Kermit is also greatly interested in the weaker sex. and he and his hrand new Ford V-8 make a hit with I a. every young girl in the school, as you must have no- ticed. if Alter leaving high school "Shelly" contemplates ii, entering Penn State to become a veterinarian. 11 v r, GERALD SHINGLER "Sammy" Class l'resia'ent, 3, -lg Orchestra, 2, 3, 45 lli-l' Club, 3, gf Tattler Staff, 45 Chorus, 25 Class Play, 4 'ASammy" hails from Macungie, which is a very quiet place indeed. lfle has heen our class president l'or lg the last two years. lfle is a very jolly fellow, especially yy when he is with Kenneth Nuss or Kenneth Keller. "Sammy" plays the trumpet, hut he says he has ij his mind set on sax-appeal instead ol' sex-appeal. Ile has his weakness on North Street, hut we won't tell 9" anyone that her name is Regina. fi, Gerald expects to lead a musical lile alter leaving 3 . high school with his trumpet and "sax-appeal." We A, wish Gerald lots of luck in the future. ,j ri 2,11 is jOSlEPll F. SIKORSKI A "Porky" lilectricity Club, I Who is this tall handsome lad? Yes, you've guessed it, it's joe. llere is a tip to the girls, joe is a very fine and handsome lad and as far as we know there is no one holding his attention. joe and Andy are always to- gether in classes and everywhere. joe is interested in aviation and wishes to pilot a Pan American Air Liner. joe is also interested in art. shop, mechanics, and boxing. Pleasant sailing on the voyage of lile. Page 39 5 E t , . ey 51 i ,E g W -1 . -fu sw f ' .f""7'isH.,SgQ - S s fi I 1' f- f'- 7 1 H '- 'gf " f 9 Y Ci 3a., , ,:L1 ,,',gL ,,,,..:A9s"'5-Si! .wieerizfi gi5g42.,1".f G"f".-':'-- ..,, A-1fjl.Q'.,i".JQfj-f!i.,.if:-fdi"'ii'?s' 'sim'-V-Yf"'f1' "ffl:-M33 ""- Mi' jws+.tJ-a,fi?C,qp?i ., .. we ,J .. 's 'Q .ja I T Q , g. . 1 1 . ' R lv T lx si X fs -f Qi 1 ' 3. 2 :,. 1? F 1 , 9. Nr ' .W ,, C 2 -' 6. .v . J Y -5 2 S , 1 " X A f .l N is ff iii fs ri -.E i .f tg H? as me .s W 's1:,: 'zi .- .fri ' 4 . " K Q 3 .yt 4 Y 4' si m - 4 , 4 Vm.A',.,y l-l'CRl2'IiIA C. SMOYER "Lou,' Clvorus, 2, 5, 4,' Debating, 2, if Mouitor, 5, 45 jr. Ilrom Committee, 3,' Forensic, 2, lg jr. Declamation Contest. 35 Music Operetta, 3, 4,' Tattler Staff, 4,' Tattler Year Book Staff 4,' Senior Class Play, 45 Mixed and Girls' Glee Clubs, 4,' Girls' Trio, I, 2, 3,' County Deelamatioiz, 4 Here is one of the pretty members of the Girls' Trio. Blushing, chewing gum. and blondes are her pet weaknesses. "Jeannie" and "Lou" are inseparable pals, and can they talk? ' "Lou" is one of our accomplished piano players. and intends to make music and dramatics her future occupations. "Lou" was one of the characters in the senior class play and showed all of us what she can do. llere's hop- ing' .ale will continue to be as successful in music and dramatics as she was in school. K ENN fill I SNISANSFI ELD "Kenny" Baud, 4 Kenneth is quite a popular young man, as can be seen by the number of girls who follow him around. One thinks she has him completely fascinated. Many of the girls wish he would have been here four years in- stead of one. Coming from Brownsville, last November. he brought his cornet along, which he can play well. Kenneth expects to take up chemical engineering at Lehigh University. No one will doubt his ability as an engineer, and with his musical talent Kenneth will accomplish what he sets out to do. RUTHIQSVAUVFFR ammy' Basketball, i,4,'Cliorus,-l,'CleeCl1rb,-I This all-around good sport joined our ranks in the junior year and immediately became a friend to all. "Dolly" works industriously in everything she at- tempts, particularly basketball. She loves to dance. No dance is complete for "Dolly" unless she has dances with a certain someone! This little Miss hails from 'I'opton, but spends a good deal of her time in Emaus with 'fPuss" and "Pet" "Dolly" plays a grand game of basketball and is a square-shooter in everything. She expects to go into training. Good luck. "Dolly"! Pa ge 40 MARGAIUQT srosu l "Maggie" li' Dramatic Club, ig Clmrus, 3, 4,4 lllixetl Glee Club, 4,' tl Giuls' Glee Club, 4 Who is that coming down Sixth street? Oh. it's si "Maggie" on her wav to school. She seems to be in a 3 . hurry. X- "Maggie" is another quiet member ol the class. ., She is a willing worker, especially when it comes to Church matter! She finds time for everything. "Nlag- ,L gina" says she does not concern herself with the opposite V sex, but we wonder!!?? "Maggie" is undecided as to what her vocation will he, hut Success he Yours! if' l OLIVE sroum' Y sf Home ou" 4 Chorus, 25 junior from Couzuzittee, 35 Dramatic Club, --r 9 3,' Glee Club, 45 Secretary junior Red Cross, 5, 4 . . . . - - fb Olive is one ol our studious lasstes. Olive seems to 5' he very quiet, but anytime she and Lillian have a tevv minutes to themselves. she can certainly do her share ol' talking. Olive just loves to dance and she even uses her PQ gym classes to show the girls some new dancing steps. Olive's main male interests seem to he in Niagara l'alls at present. ,gf Olive expects to go in training at the Sacred lleart Eff ' llospital. lf we ever need a nurse, Olive, we shall send 2:- i for you. 5 ROBIIRI TRllNlBORF 0 lootball 1 4 uuuu Varsttt Basketball 1 lratk 1 to tttr s 2 uuzor ltom K ouzmzt ee J C lvmut 7 XXc ill xxondu vvhlt btllllv shoppe scts Bobs iurrrr Even thc girls like Bobs xv uv hair But ie cl ums it 1s naturil on has no spcci il tcm th it ue knovv ot hut H 1 c Ill nevci tell lven our p 1ls dont tcll ill Bob cxpccts to hc 1 clrtoonist iltcr hc len cs high school XX c ill knoxv th it ll hc takes cutooning 1s NLTIOUS is he did school tttendance he vvlll he sure to succecd but putting ill kidding lbllcltf we vvish vou the hcst ol luck Co to lt kid Page 41 1 Jn ., if ,, tg ' 1 ' 3 E HB bo , , . . , .. , ' . . 5 I V' 1 I , I ' . . 3- 45 S' 1 ' Clul, l,' I " f t , ',' , rl . , ' . , .. if A . . . -I D - n -I c . in - , - 1 . VW. L "B l" g : - 'z " 1 ' ' ' ' if - 4 4. -'xt 'z . 1' zq X 1 . 1, . 'iz ' zu ' i ' . 1 ' ' . f 3, ' 2 5 ' r, 5 ea M 655' f 195' 2 1 A is 5,4, VV.f J ' " ' - .. 1 ,, ':":. tm, Q -. .. .1 CHARLES pl. WALBERT A 'lCharlie" junior Mechanics Clnb, Ig fr. Prom Conznzittee, 3,' Stage Manager, I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Play, 4 just another one of these good looking seniors! Ile is always neat in appearance, Charles is one ol the tall- est seniors to graduate this spring. Once in a while Charles gets an inspiration and then he studies. l'Charlie" has a weakness for some member ol' the fair sex. Oh no, we won't mention any name, but she does not live in Fmaus. "Charlie" is a great outdoor enthusiast: he enjoys hunting and fishing. THOMAS B. WALBERT "Tommy" Baseball, 3, -l,' jr. PT0711, Cornnzittee, 3 lflark! Whats that noise in the hall? None other than "Ton-my" and "Bummy" entertaining each other by talking pig latin. Quite timid till you know him, but after that you notice keen sense of humor. Favor- ite pastime seems to be playing baseball, l'Tommy" is one of the pitchers for the high school te un. "Tommy" is everything a girl Qesires, and girls, he is still unattachedlll "Tommy" is still unde- cided what he wants to do, but we know he will be suc- cessful in whatever he tries. lrlere's luck to you, 'lTom- Charles is interested in thc flower business We wish you lots ol' luck C harlie so go to it RUTH WARTMAN "Ruthie" Cheerleader, 3, 4,' Debating, 2, 3,' Foreizsic, Z, 3, lr. Prom Cofnnzittee, 3 Are you ready? llipl llipl Yes, you guessed it, "Ruthie" is an all-star cheerleader. So sorry boys, she is already taken by a young chap in the general section. who hails from Toptonlll Can you guess?F? "Ruthie" really can talk. We wonder where she gets all the information??? Ask Clair! ll "Ruthie" and "Neva" are great pals and are al- ways seen together. We are conident that Ruth would be an asset to any business. l'lere's wishing you the best of luck in whatever you undertake. Page 42 I se- -zz .fm . my - --W -1- . .. ,.M.,,,,..n... ,WW ' i ..-- M' -A I ,fl .. 'A ' ' , 1 if' reefs " ' -. J EVELYN WERNER "Dottie" Evelyn is one ot the good looking girls in our class, who hails from the lair city of Eniaus. , 4 She seems to be interested in a certain young man, who owns a "Chevy" But don't worry "Dottie" we won't mention names. Whenever you hear "Dottie's" voice, she is usually talking about the opposite sex. She is hardly inseparable from her pal "Reenie." Laying all jokes aside, Evelyn really vvants to be T a steno-typist. Go to it Evelyn, and may our best wishes go with you. i JA M ES yyER'r .-Jimmy, fi, "jimmy" is one of the very few quiet members o" 3g the class. "jimmy" can often be seen standing in the 21 hall absorbed in a book. james is studious at times but Q15 . . . . I " often forgets his studies in the evening. 'N Apparently "jinnny" is not interested in the op- BI . posite sex, but one can never tell. Q Ile is not certain about life after graduation, but DA . we wish hiin all the luck in the world. 1- ' Y l I A iz DONALD wiLsoN l .KDOHH . I"ore11sicCl11b, 3, l,iz'eraryClub, 4, Hi-l' Club, ig Chorus, 2, 3, 45 Glec Club, 4,' l.e Cercle PTHIZCHZS, 45 C, E' Delmtiiig, 3, 4,' Declamation Club, 35 Taltler Staff, 3, 45 leur Hook Stall, 4,' Senior Class Play, 4 Ah! We needn't look far for "Donn because there gf is llaroldgthe two are seldom separated. Really, this is the rising young a.rt1st ot the class, and can he draw, I don't mean perhaps: everyone ad- niires his work. Notice our Year Book. Besides that, he dances wonderlully. lt you don't believe it. just ask "-leannief' 5 6 -- "Don" certainly can do justice to a part in a play, but above all comes his ambition to be an artist. Bon chance, Donald. you'll need it when you get to Art school. Page 43 4 ,. if -cue. . ' jr ' ff Ai' J rf, 4- ' t- ., 1 4, -U as . 1. r- ,Q gy ww. -r 1 5 , F , . 4 ,, Ig. 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Seriously though, "Oscar" expects to enter johns llopkins University next fall and there can be no doubt that Walter will become a hrilliant and successful doc- tor. G EN EVA Y EA H L "Neva" Debati11g,2, 3,'l"orensic,Z, if lr. Declamation, 5',' Cheerleading, 3, 45 Tattler Staff, 2, 35 Year 130012 Staff. 4,' Monitor, 3, 4,' Class Secretary, i, 4,' Senior Class Play, 4,' fr. Prom Committee, 3 Introducing "Neva" one of the busy girls of the t qi: F' 1 Mg. -I -- V .V-sf Q is , li 'wwf 4 senior class. Geneva has been secretary to our principal for the past year, and has proved herself a capable sec- retary to the class of "37." "Neva" takes frequent train trips to 'fopton-we wonder why?? Could it be that her certain someone lives there Ohll Yes he plays the piano - that's ok, "Neva," we won't let the cat out of the bag. Geneva intends to be a hair-dresser after gradua- tion, maybe in a shop owned by "tvvo." "Neva" has been a very efficient worker and we are sure she will reach success in whatever she attempts to do. Go to it "Neva" the class is with you. Page 44 -aff' F. l Y. .. Aff- E' '-"" .. . 0 ' ,154 ff " '1", . T 32. CLASS POEM if ON OUR WAY The scenes of one's youth are the scenes that stay ln the heart of man as he goes his way. - So too it is true that when school days are past There are scenes that stay and are bound to last. e Let us play with those scenes as we see them nowz- First-we crossed the threshold and made our bow Four years ago. We were Freshies quite rare, so we loved to declare, And asserted ourfreedom, and rights everywhere. But initiation bled remorse, V If And we fled in our dread as a matter of course. Who saw us go? Yet quick as a wink we stopped to think, And We searched for a trace of the missing link! 1 'lf We paused on the ice, rolled a few dice, " if And lo, we had sevens! Not once, but twice! A whale of a throw! Yet the sevens did more than make but a score: From an icey sea they towed us to shore. ' They lent us a steed and told us to speed ii Past boulders and briers: ignorance, greed, '. To face the foe. And thus we galloped with a view to the right, , - 'V Valiantly conquered come what might. With a mighty sword ever seeking the truth, And armored in faith, the amateur sleuth. 1 ff We stole the show. The junior Prom, the Senior Ball,-two in one, all in all,- if We will hold ever dear in Memory Hall. f Our happiest days, the days of our youth, Were ours while sifting out only the truth. ' M To our Alma Mater our last farewell Speak grieving hearts, too sore to tell, "Adieu, we go." -Howard C. Long, '37. k Page 45 4? F, V 1 sf, , ., .g :D sl ' -5 . .. ,rf 4 " .. ,, :qw tg,-4,,,.-41:-lg., , Q.: Hi- .. -T: , 3 1 I . -. 4. , ..,.,.,.-Q .F 2, . V V. ,. - A ' j. V. B 7 ' V Z g t 5 Q Q5 sl H . .V . h 1 l , 2. 1, 1 F x y ,, , X Q3 ee? ,. . Sak . -,'...f, 34 V 'l ' in E . V 1' .5: ' Sr' 3 .,w ts 5 , 4. V, .. r .Pn- A! Q'-We :FF if K' S 6 ive . . 1, .Ui 4 .Jr 151,451 ir' 2 :NY 4' f. ." 1 .f?'f"' 4, .V h i Fa .,., iii' ':"3f-'gr 5.3.2331 'ffl 3?'.-54311: ' 4:13 ,QM M I -. ' A 111 In 2045 as 'wwf -- .fm . g CLASS WlLL Swish! with a strong gust of wind and a sad, backward look to earth, we, the members of the class of 1937, leave this world to explore planets unknown, in new, perfectly equipped skyrockets, designed by Howard Long. Knowing that we shall never return to this earth, and no longer needing our worldly belongings, we thought it best to will these possessions to someone. And as we leave this weary place we present our last will and testament to the members of the Class of 1938. 1. Ruth Wartman's locquasiousness to Ruth Raedler. 2. Robert Roeder's football ability to Harold Knauss. 3. Helen Mclnroy's sophistication to Lillian Knauss. 4. Catharine l3orger's studiousness to Dalton Stoneback. 5. jessie Schantzenbach's basketball ability to jean Butz. 6. Lucretia Smoyer's black lockstto Annabelle Kiefer. 7. Lucille Hoytls slender Hgure to Robert Reinhard. 8. Geneva Yeahl's chewing gum to Thomas Vetrosky. 9. Howard Long's height to Durell Hartman. 10. Evelyn Kuehn's daily walks to school to Samuel Custer. ll. Charles Egner's ability to play the piano to Warren Hamscher. 12. Homer Keller's bashfulness to Fern Harwick. 13. To Mary jones. Walter Yarus' curly hair. 14. Kenneth Nuss's midget qualities to Roy Snyder. 15. jean lobst's dancing rhythm to Laurraine Trappe. 16. To Adeline Diehl, john Eulmer's romances. 17. Mildred Antrim's typing ability to Elaine McElroy. 13. Russell Scheirer's knowledge of farming to Betty Wetherhold. 19. Lillian Roeder's "goo-goo" eyes to Althea Winzer. 20. Karl Schuster's baseball ability to Ruth Shueck. , 21. Roy Gilbert's method of teasing to joe Bovankovich! 22. Capitola Albitz's nance to Mary Kuehl. 23. Gerald Shingler's ability to play the trumpet to Delbert Amig. 24. Andrew l3asko's beautiful waves to Anna Schmoyer. 25. Althea Gilbert's methods of dieting to Edna Schwartz. 26. Kermit Gehman's salesmanship to joyce Wieder. 27. Corrine Reifsnyder's pep to Williard Wieder. . 28. Linwood Nester's "southern drawl" to Helen jagnesak. 29. Veronica l3ednar's dignity to Dorothea Adams. 30. Royal l3aumgartner's "goofyness" to Wilbur Reichard. 31. Arlene Dankel's merry laugh to Anna Kistler. 32. Norman Heinly's quietness to jean Stobo. 33. Kenneth Keller's "dictator qualities" to Kermit Hieter. 34. Kenneth Stansfield's popularity to Emma Kline. 35. Richard Montz's crooning voice to Thomas Valenteen. 36. Ethel Heist's dates to Mildred Sell. 37. Margaret Stosh's grooming to Dorothy Peguesse. 38. 'Elaine Miller's platinum hair to William Finley. 39. Edna Rohrbach's English accent to Arlene Kruse. 40. Byron Kno1l's ability as a chairman to Wessley Carl. 41. Anna Schantzenbach's tomboyishness to Minerva Hensinger. 42. Kermit Shelly's schoolgirl complexion to Alfred Hillegass. 43. Arline Dankel's sweetness to Verna Reigner. 44. Donald Wilson's art ability to Martha Matura. 45. Claude Schultz's German ability to Lorraine Strobm. 46. David Geissinger's business ventures to Earl Knoll. 47. Clair Hieter's well-groomed appearance to Charles Seislove. 48. Annabelle Dunstan's matrimonial prospects to Regina Kemmerer. 49. Charles Walbert's fishing expeditions to Ralph Moll. 50. Dorothy Berger's outside interests to Lucille Lukens. 51. Evelyn Werner's experiences in love to Ruth Goheen. Page 46 .. ,.. 5 . --' , Y- -- Ti , K2 fig 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96. Daniel Schantz's method of pesting girls to joseph Gall. Harvey Schmoyer's track showing to Forrest Weidner. George Heinly's attachment to his twin brother to Terrance Carl. Ruth StaufTer's art of sarcasm to Gladys Lichtenwalner. Robert Christman's singing ability to Lucille Wieder. Earl Butz's admiration of "that Freshman" to Paul Frey. Betty Kline's interests in the Dorney Park skating rink to joyce Wenner. Arlene Hoffman's "Martha Raye" complex to Bernice Hefiner. George Kovach's aloofness to Mary Alice Lichtenwalner. -, joseph Sikorski's "F's" in English to Ruth Schantz. ' Arlene Keyser's tricks in Salesmanship class to Catharine Fegley. joseph Brotzman's "giggle" to Lula Leiby. Anna Acker's desire to be a truck driver to Grace Kleintop. Helen Kriebel's nickname to Charles Laubach. Franklin Schoch's mischievousness to Marjorie Schupp. james Wert's excessive reading ability to Florence Beitler. Roger Neetz's work on gym team to Donald Brensinger. George Peguesse's patronage of "Camels" to Amos Weida. Harold Rice's masculiniy to Carson Kressley. Olive Stoudt's interests in nursing to Alverta Huetsch. Irene Ortt's head-dress to Gladys Knappenberger. Arlene Sallade's interest in boys to Ellawesa Bowers. LaRue Miller's membership on the church choir to George Laurence. Delmore Meitzler's reputation as a stage-hand to Clair Christman. Edward Lehman's companionship with the Heinly boys to Arlene Stroh. Paul SchuIer's blond hair to Paul Hangen. Geraldine Kline's interests in a movie usher to Catharine Ruch. Robert Trumbore's clowning to Henry Bachman. Ruth Frankenheld's ability to correct typing papers to Gerald Rohr- bach. Mary jane Christman's movie books to Myron Reinhard. Marian Fetterman's interest in a certain star track man to Loretta Dunstan. Howard DeEsch's desire to entertain the public to Dorothy Rubenak. Donald Duckey's title of "uncle" to Albert Weaver. To Charles Baus, Kenneth Nuss's rascality. Walter Yarus's knowledge of encyclopedias to Leonard Baus. George Peguesse's visits to the ofiice to Clifford Greenawalt. Robert Roeder's ability to break hearts to Cletus Held. Gerald Shingler's capable executive ability to Sarah Fegely. Homer Keller's interests in the bar room to Florence Palencafr. Ruth Wartman's ability to "hold her man" to Fern Hensinger. Veronica Bednar's mothering nature to Harold Scheirer. David Geissinger's spring walks to Billy Wagner. Roy Gilberts' passes for Gettysburg excursion to Warren Hunsberger. Claudean Paules' cake-selling efforts to Winston Ritter. Thomas Walbert's position on a baseball team to Robert Ahner. Lastly we make, constitute, and appoint, Howard K. Deischer, and Miss Thelma Stortz to be Executors of this, our last Will and Testament, hereby revok- ing all former wills, by us, made. ln Witness Thereof, we have hereunto subscribed our name and affixed our seal, the Twenty-fourth Day of june, ln the Year of our Lord, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Thirty-seven. Witnesses: CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-SEVEN The janitors CSealJ "Somebody's Stenog" Albright President - Gerald Shingler "Truant Qfiicern Kratzer Vice President - Harold Rice Page,47 WT' is was R118 11 ae' 11' 'a 1- A ' Ai xc .ft f. .bi 'I . 1 b ,xl if 5 QW 335 ,fi ,Ei- 121 l1?4s,, .1- 'item I fy ..1':. 'f ,1 if cLAss PROPHECY l 'r 6 xl, - Q.. 1- . , ap v-....5L.,- .J , f-5' ...J-wi 1. 1 . .v L Q 3 .R ., ,.. 5 - , ' 'f if E n . -:--. . if f i if .5 . 'fir . H - - "mv" , if , ,,, The firm of Stortz and Deischer seems to be pulling out of the depression of IOS7, because two new traveling salesmen have just been added to the payroll. Both salesmen are graduates of the class of '37 at Elnaus High School. The following is an extract of their diary for the month of june, 1957: ' june I - Left Emaus at 8:30 on a TWA liner bound for Pittsburgh. We made such good time and riding was so smooth that we were inquisitive as to the personage of the man behind the controls. We found out that it was joseph Sikor- ski, and his co-pilot, Andrew Basko. Wggircceived excellent service from another one of our class mates, Margaret Stosh, serving in the capacity of stewardess. At l0:30 we arrived in Pittsburgh. We went to the Hotel Livingston, registered for the night, and retired. june 2 - First thing we found out was that Byron Knoll was proprietor of the hotel. We went to the Amalgamated Steel Company, to interview the manager of the purchasing department. We were referred to Franklin Schoch. We were ex- tremely glad to learn that Franklin had advanced himself from moulder in Beth- lehem Steel to his present position. Coming back to the hotel, we had a wonderful dinner and we discovered that Capitola Albitz was the dietician. Checking out of the hotel, we were confronted with a bill, as usual. lt had to be paid, so we walked over to the cashier's desk and laid down the ten dollars, when, to our surprise, the hand of Althea Gilbert, as head cashier, drew in our money. june 3 - Boarded the Greyhout5'fBus at 2 A. lVl. at Pittsburgh, bound for Cincinnati. Exchanging greetings with the driver, we noticed that it was Clair Hieter. june 4 - Arrived at Cincinnati Bus Terminal at 5 A. lVl. Hailed a taxi and headed for Bismark Hotel, Developed motor trouble at Lenox Avenue: whereupon the driver stepped out, and we saw that it was Linwood Nester. The driver called up a garage, as we had to be towed. When the towing car came, we saw thathit was james Wert operatin ,4 he mechanical wheels on the towing car. As the Wrecker pulled out under the sr et light, we saw that it said-'AC-ehman's Garage-Chrys- ler 8: Plymouth.",Finally arrived at Bismark Hotel. Registered with.I,.rene Ortt, the registering clerk. We called at Fulmer's Department Store for a new stock of clothing. Bought the clothes from Ruth Wartman, clerk, and paid the bill to Arlene Dankel, cashier. Called on Valley Power Company of which Gerald Shingler was president, and we received an order from Robert Christman, the purchasing man- ager. june 5 - First thing in the morning we went to Donald Luckey's Barber Shop-Beauty Salon, and slicked up on ur appearance. Elaine Miller was giving the waves in the beauty shop. We cashja traveler's check at City National Bank, of which Royal Baumgartner was treasurer and LaRue Miller was Bank Account- ant. We then boarded the train for Chicago. june 6 - Rode on train all dayidnd chatted with Thomas Walbert, conduc- tor of the train. june 7.- Arrived in Chicago, went to Commodore Hotel, where we met David Geeissinger as the hotel's chief receptionist. He informed us that Olive Stoudt was the hotel's chief nurse. ln the lobby of the hotel we saw flowers which came fromfWalbert's Flower Shop. We took the day off to visit the University of Chi- cago, and chanced to meet Professor of Science, Howard Long. Professor Long in- formed us that Coach Roeder's Blue Knights of the university had a very success- ful year in football, while jean lobst was a successful elocutionist in the university. june S - Started the week by calling on the firm of Rice 81 Schultz, Com- mercial Architects. Arlene Hoffman was their secretary, and we were told by her Page 48 it 1. - Z ft -i rx. if ' - aw- N-sms' tn? - ' A' " 'ig f"'.f"'li"'f""b!f'Wf"Q" 9' .- 351f4 ..I ,2: 1 1'-LM' -,,, 'ifi isitgf .1 1'-f'3"1' 5gX 12 4'-" L' 2--, Y c' "-.N' T- ik Jizgl . CLASS PROPHECY , , . . . 9' that Mary jane Christman and Ethel Heist had formed a partnership in the busl- ness of hairdressing, and were getting along well. On the way back to our hotel, we ' f' dropped in at a department store for some odd articles, and who should we find , behind the counter but Lucille Hoyt. After exchanging a few words, wegwent back to the hotel. Upon arriving at the hotel, we were handed a telegram, which told us , A to go immediately to St. Paul, Minnesota, and call on a firm whose name they would send us later. We boarded a TWA liner and were off unexpectedly. gi june 9 - Arrived at 9:30 at the St. Paul Airport. Edward Lehman came running across the runway, and we talked with him. He was chief mechanic at the airport and he told us that the Heinly Brothers, George and Norman, were the V heads of the airport. We saw them experimenting with a new model. Slept at the N airport hotel. ' june I0 - We were handed a telegram, and the Hrm's name on which we were to call was the Yarus Chemical Company. We proceeded there, and were greeted by Walter Yarus. The reason for the rush was the great need of our product, and needless to say we received a large order. Arlene Keyser, as secretary to the treasurer, gave us the check, and she told us that Betty Kline would have the task ' of putting it into the books. We left St. Paul immediately, coming back to our original course, and proceeded to Helena, Montana. Boarded train at 3:30. june I1 - Rode on train all day without much of interest happening. While reading the paper we read an article written by Geraldine Kline, a journalist for F1 the Bismark Herald. 'f june 12 - Finally arrived in Helena at ll:30 P. M. Went to Evelyn Kuehn's Boarding House. june 13 - Called on Madbacab Corporation. This was the corporation, ' manufacturing hosiery, composed entirely of women. Dorothy Berger was presi- gf, dent, Mildred Antrim was secretary and chief typist. Catherine Borger was book- iff keeper, and Anna Acker was tile clerk. We couldn't see how success could be had 1, by such a corporation, but it was apparently successful, because it was in business Q L, for eight years, and still going strong. june 14 - Took day off. Went to a piano recital played by Charles Egner. We found out that the name of Egner was to the world now what the name Pader- ewski used to be around the year 1934. We witnessed a bad truck-automobile ac- cident. We were told, because we were witnesses, we had to stay and testify in court. if We got permission, however, to go to Hollywood, California, till the week of traffic 3 court, which we were informed by Evelyn Werner, court clerk, would be the week f of june 21. ' f june I5 - Traveled from Helena to Hollywood. is june 16 - Arrived in Hollywood at 8 P. M. Called immediately on the A " Acme Film Corporation. They gave us a room at their private hotel. We were in- , Q, formed that the manager would not be back till the I9 of june. ' june 17 - We decided to roam around the studio, and while doing so we , i saw Harvey Schmoyer and Delmore Meitzler setting the scenery for a movie called fn "Life at School." The boys took us to a room where Robert Trumbore and Lillian Roeder were painting the temporary scenery for the movie. They told us that Veronica Bednar was their boss, she being the chief interior decorator. We later saw Kenneth Keller tinkering with the sound system, over which he had charge. june 18- Spend the day watching the Hlming of "Life at School." Lucretia Smoyer was the singing star of the picture, while Donald Wilson was playing op- posite her. Many sharp barks were heard from the directress, Helen Mclnroy. Page 49 P H, 5. . . , FTP' 2 , I . Em R - . ,. wx ,. ' -A-.,.f 51 c re, s -n is va 4 1. -Y if Se 4 1 , , . . , 4 - . , . -- ., , , N ., . - ., ., , .s,,,,, , , 1 gg CLASS PROPHECY a june I9 - We finally could see the manager. When we were admitted we immediately recognized Roger Neetz. We succeeded in getting an order, and we left immediately for Helena, to fulfill our court appointment. june 20 - Returned from Hollywood to Helena. , 'i june 21 - Arrived in Helena at 7 P. M. Again went to Kuehn's Boarding House. june 22 - Trafnc Court opened and lafter hearing several other cases, over 'A which judge Stansheld presided, our case was called. The case was opened with L the plaintiff attorney, Kennit Schelly, giving his opening speech. This was followed a . by the defendant's attorney, Daniel Schantz, giving his opening plea. While these Q things were happening, we looked around and saw that Jessie Schantzenbach was ' the court reporter. The Hrst witness was Arline Dankel, who had been the nurse on the ambulance. Next came George Peguesse, who had been the doctor. Court closed for the day. On the way out of the courtroom, we met Arline Dankel, the nurse. We A inquired as to the where-abouts of her former girl friend, Edna Rohrbach. She f. -I told us she did not know exactly where she was living, but that both she and Anna- 'Q ' belle Dunstan had trod the matrimonial path. We went to a movie in the evening U and met Homer Keller, who was the chief projectionist for the theatre. june 23 -- Court resumed. Defense opened their case by calling us to the stand. After telling all we knew and saw, we were excused. We went to a depart- A ment store and met Arlene Sallade who was a clerk in Kovach's Department Store. A We also saw Anna Schantzenbach, the cashier. Earl Butz was a foot specialist and shoe salesman in the same store. We then set out for Salt Lake City. 37 if june Z4 - We traveled all day. We traveled with Ruth Frankenfield, who .g d was secretary to the president of a large canning concern. june Z5 - Were kept busy calling on various concerns. We met some old QQ, friends in the personages of Marion Fetterman, Helen Kriebel, and joseph Brotz- C f ll of whom were office workers and were rapidly advancing themselves. all man, a , D 3 june 26 - S end the day working out reports to send to our home office in ,. . . P , . ,Q Emaus. Called in a public accountant to help us out, and lt turned out to be Cor- rine Reifsnvder. june Z7 - Flew to St. Louis. On a layover in a small town in Missouri, we 'j ' saw a large farm owned by Russel Scheirer. His chief mate was Claudean Paules. Both had one to an a ricultural school and had learned advanced farming. Scheir- , . 3 g , . -Q er told us that Paul Schuler was with him and had charge of the machinery. Ken- ? neth Nuss was the chief buyer of the farm. We proceeded to St. Louis. june 28 - Arrived in St. Louis, and it being Sunday, took in a ball game. We saw Karl Schuster pitch a no-hit, no-run game for the St. Louis Cardinals. On , ,,s the scoreboard we saw that Richard Montz was his battery mate. We were on our , way to the dressing room, when a man stepped in our way and wanted to block us L 'X from going into the room. It was none other than the manager of the team, Howard ' DeEsch. When we came back to the hotel a telegram informed us that we were ii :fr mr. fi: , rl ,Q V r - supposed to return to Emaus immediately. We hurriedly packed and left by plane. june Z9 - Plane figured in slight crash on takeoff. Ruth Stauffer, a nurse, dressed the injuries. Second takeoff was successful, june 3 0 - Arrived in Emaus. The partners told us they were going to retire, and it was our job to carry on the business. We can only say that we hope fate will be as kindhearted to us as it has been to our fellow classmates in the past twenty years. Page 50 W . I . 4, ,.. it ...V W. ,. yi . J" I. -I .5 F. .1 '- 'Tift -1 . ,N -v - -we ,'- - e e-I " FP f' - w - f-uf"-e"v"w."v' Pe" 'NA' . 1. A A - 3? .,,- WANTS AND wisi-ies ig. HELEN MCINROY wants another method of entertaining boy-friends other than the one she is using now. ' , Stop! Boys! Stop! ROY GILBERT wants you guys to let him alone when I s, he is with a dame. Stop chiseling. A ll KENNETH NUSS wants to be a physical Ed. teacher for girls only. ROBERT ROEDER wants to move to Macungie. 'I JOSEPH Sl KORSKI wants to take a course on oral persuasion so physical " Z persuasion will not be necessary. ' RICHARD MONTZ wants to be a star-gazer instead of a girl-gazer. . '- Boys beware! VERONICA BEDNAR wants to be a bride instead of a bridesmaid. 5. LILLIAN ROEDER wants to drive the E. H. S. Clark Gable's car. Q Magicians! Attention, Please! RUTH WARTMAN wants you guys to move Emaus nearer to Topton. .. Look! Look! Look! IEAN IOBST wants competition in dancing. 3 ARLENE HOFFMAN wants to study the technique of entertaining fellows. MARY JANE CHRISTMAN wants to develop a more sophisticated atti- S if tude. . j Paging George Peguesse! ROGER NEETZ wants to get into some trouble. I tj DAVID GEISSINGER wants to be more chicken-hearted after leaving high ., school. f, Quiet! Quiet! JOSEPH BROTZMAN wants to be quiet. A . Notice to all girls! KENNETH STANSFIELD wants to be left alone. F M GEN EVA YEAHL wants to live in Topton. - ' FRANKLIN SCHOCH wants to stay in school another year, just to enter- tain substitute teachers. ANNA SCHANTZENBACH, ARLENE DANKEL, and LARUE MILLER want a male trio for their social convenience. , HOWARD DE ESCH wishes he could go to high school another year. I HOMER KELLER wishes the girls wouldn't bother him so much. . It must be love. EARL BUTZ wishes he was still a Freshman. KARL scHusTER wishes he eeuid have had Miss Schreiber for tt gym ' , teacher. H 'I Q A 1, ANNA ACKER wishes a truck driver would propose to her. 1. Hamburgers, hot dogs, and sandwiches. Aren't you hungry? CLAIR HEITER is but he wishes love was something to eat. ETH EL HEIST wishes she could have Charles Egner for a piano player. Is A' that all? DONALD WILSON wishes he could borrow a tuxedo that would fit him. f' KENNETH KELLER wants a little more pep. q an J g J .Z .l. r' F .f Page 51 l,,,g:,I P .iff ' . . ,L . --L" Q: - f,.' ig 'R N :J v v 1 Q .r - .1 'LZ 1 , ss Q 1 E .f at w.LfQf?4sT:f5,Fl9!li? , wANTs AND wisHEs H HELEN KRIEB EL wishes she could have a car of her own. CLAUDEAN PAULES wishes she could be Robert Taylor's private secre- li tary. JAMES WERT wishes Emaus would build a public library. if HOWARD LONG wants to take a course on how to attract girls. MILDRED ANTRIM wishes there were more sticks in a pack of gum. it Books? Books? Does any one have a book on how to make love for WALTER YARUS? N. EVELYN WERNER wants to work in the Shirt Factory after graduation. Look! Look! RUTH STAUEEER wants to get the attention of a certain ' W' Commercial Senior. jESSIE SCHANTZENBACH wishes some male would give her a break. if DONALD LUCKEY wishes a certain Freshman girl was just a bit taller. LUCILLE HOYT wants the boys to stop complimenting her on her good P 1 looks. ' ELAINE MILLER wishes she had the technique of stepping out to do .5 3 things. I glir V MARION FETTERMAN wishes she could keep her interest in that certain :if "fIash." fi " MARGARET STOSH wishes she could join more church choirs. ' CORINNE REIESNYDER wishes she had less influence with the opposite F -ex. 1 LINWOOD NESTER wishes that the State would require a course on sex- A appeal in the High School. THOMAS WALBERT wishes "Connie" Mack could watch him pitch his I K 1 "wash-line hooks." ARLENE SALLADE wishes she was a chorus girl for M. G. M. F CAPITOLA ALBITZ wishes someone would buy a reducing machine, so she could borrow it. ' ALTI-I EA GILBERT wishes she could take a screen test. Not a scream test. DANIEL SCHANTZ wishes there was a 5-year course for cheerleading in .N the E. H. S. GERALDINE KLINE wishes she was one of the Kristie wavers. ROBERT TRUMBORE wishes he was one of "Larry" Kelley's pupils. - IRENE ORTT wishes she was an orchestra leader. RUTH ERANKENEIELD wishes she could marry a photographer. HAROLD RICE wishes his hair were longer so he could change the wave. CATHERINE BORGER wishes she wouldn't be the youngest student in Page 52 . M . 1 , ubi, . es- .:'4 ,, A . ., , . .. f WANTS AND WISHES the senior class. Ford dealers! KERMIT SHELLY wishes a Ford was something to eat when he's broke. LUCRETIA SMOYER wishes she was a sophomore or "he" a senior. CHARLES EGNER wishes he could play the piano???? GERALD SHINGLER wishes he could spend more time in Emaus. g Hair wavers! Attention! ANDREW BASKO wishes someone would teach Q him hair waving. ' Hey, you guys! Don't let RUSSELL SCHEIRER suffer! He wants some- . one to help him invent a saddle for his pet cow. t N' 'U JP C' l" U3 O I C I" lTl FU E in :1 FP Vi l'P O 2 no 4 rn :r 5. 1:- E. "1 F rn UU na U3 7 9 wow-e 'JU O on tri 'JU -l Sf E cn --l .Z 37 Z 2 DJ :S P+ U3 F9 O E. 2-J lc E. I" FD o -cs 2 c.. tn 5' I' o S Us 7' if m- 9. S- fb Za E3 'x HARVEY SCHMOYER wants to be a flash like Glenn Cunningham. F GEORGE KOVACH wants to be a butcher. 9' t GEORGE 8: NORMAN HEINLY want someone to look for a pair of at girl twins. if school. No, not alone. E OLIVE STOUDT wants to be a dietician. DOROTHY BERGER wants to live in an apartment after leaving high E" l as CHARLES WALBERT wants to be a stage hand for Warner Bros. M DELMORE MEITZLER wants to be Charles Walbert's under-study. EVELYN KUEHN wants a man instead of a sample. What do you guys ' think about this? . -' ROYAL BAUMGARTNER wants to be Mae West's agent. 'J' iii KERMIT GEHMAN wants to be an automobile salesman. gg ef, jOHN FULM ER wants to be a photographer. 1 EDWARD LEHlVlAN wants to keep quiet. I-. ARLENE KEYSER wants more of that l0c perfume she poured on a cer- tain senior during Commercial Law class. , L CLAUDE SCH ULTZ wants everyone to act like he does in gym class so as - 1 not to embarass him in anyway. EDNA ROHRBACH wants to have more "flats" to hx. ,T ARLINE DAN KEL wants something to giggle about all the time. Wow! ls this something! ANNABELLE DUNSTAN wants a sailor for a husband. ' 'Q Q ' BETTY KLINE wants to be an artist's model. Girls! Notice! BYRON KNOLL wants more attention. l 4 A' Page 53 T 'Y-' , 'lin 1... is s 1 r ' I ig, si FAMOUS LAST woRDS + 'Q "Don't you remember me?" - "Hey there! Do you have gum?" - HOWARD LONG ROYAL BAUMGARTNER 'just one more night." - HARVEY "Sour-ball!"wANNA ACKER SQHMOYER "For P'ete'S Sake!"-MARIAN FET- 'Are you gonna?"-ALTHEA GIL- TERMAN BERT "Chees Boy!"-HOWARD DE ESCH 'Let's look at this side of the ques- H1-hatys what you thinky, - LIN- tionf'-BYRON KNOLL You Sissy."-DANIEL SGHANTZ Ho! Hum!"-DONALD WILSON Gut it out."-HAROLD RICE Come on." - KENNETH STANS- FIELD Oh Boy! Yeah Man!l' - ARLENE HOFFMAN Oh, so I see."--jEAN IOBST How about an introduction?" - ARLENE KEYSER I like white dogs best." - ELAINE MILLER Ah, Romeo, wherefore art thou, Romeo?"- LUCRETIA SMOYER Oh! Phooey!"-OLIVEQSTOUDT Howya call it." - DELMORE MEITZLER Hi Toots."-HARVEY SCHMOYER Hey you, Shut up."-CLAUDE SCHULTZ Cut it out, I said." - HEINLY TWINS I don't know."-JOSEPH BROTZ- MAN Gor-dashly'-IRENE ORTT Ach, chee whiz!" - EDNA ROHR- BACH Curses!"-MARGARET STOSH How are you toots?"-GERALDINE KLINE Here l come."-KERMIT SHELLY "Let's laugh!"- HELEN MclNROY I: 11 H rx xr rr rr rx WOOD NESTER Heah ah come!"- KARL SCHUS- TER Oh Boy!"-BETTY KLINE You dumb bunny!" - MILDRED ANTRIM Do you 'wove' me yet P"-CHARLES EGNER S0 what?"-CORINNE REIFSNY- DER D0n't get excited!" - GENEVA YEAHL Whoa Boy!"-CLAIRE HIETER Ah forget it!"-ARLENE DANKEL "What do you think I am?"-EVE- LYN KUEHN "Good Gracious!" - DOROTHY BERGER "Yes well!"-RUSSELL SCHEIRER "Say it looks funny?" - RUTH WARTMAN "You fool!"-ARLENE SALLADE "Gimme some gum!" - KERMIT GEHMAN "Yeah, gee!"- ROBERT CHRIST- MAN Keep shut I"-THOMAS WALBERT I mean-n-n!"-CLAUDEAN PAUL- ES Oh Gee!"-LA RUE MILLER "Th:-1t'S what I say!"- HELEN KRIEBEL 'wc' Page 54 ,I al' qi li. .V 5-A , 75 fzvu jj ipg glg, ! .',.i, .,I X -'-1 , , an 5 ,-,.v-' + '1 IC " . f-" "" 5- Ji'- rf I . - -- FAMOUS LAST WORDS A ff- 'l'm-m sorry!"-ANNA SCHANTZ- "Ah nuts!"-ROY GILBERT ENBACH E-e-e-e-e-h!"-ETH EL l-IEIST 'BOY Oh b0Ll5WELg5RALD CSAM' I hope!"-KENNET1-1 KELLER Q Mvp S H ,d f ht?"- AN- 'That's what you think!" - CATH- eyDR255uBlgi2ga lg ARINE BURGER Oh! Yeah!"-EARL BUTZ M' Phoeey-'L-HOMER KELLER Hi there .High Ball"- DONALD 'Thzlfs I1OtI'liI1gI" - ANNABELLE LUCKEY DUNSTAN Shut up, Or l'll clip you." -- PAUL " 'Son-of-A-buck!"-JOHN FULMER SCHULER 'What's the difference, as long as your Good Morning,"-JAMES WERT healthy!"-Ru'rH STAUEEER Hi,re,,WjOSEPH SIKORSKI U. 'H' i?fGxlbggIgEE0RSlng too!"-UL' Yeah?"--ROBERT ROEDER ' ff ' ' 3'-RUTH 'I'm hungry!"-CAPITOLA ALBITZ GetFYfX1Q2Ef2EIISff'E' m 55 'Wh35iL?vg0QgYXlg3S S0CiH1iSm?"- She's crazy."-Luc1LLE HOYT ,Wh I . N Y k ' "Oh!!!" - JESSIE SCHANTZEN- - I ' en was m ew or - ." - BACH VEROMCA BEDNAR "He's 3 pain."-EVELYN WERNER . "Don't you love me anymore?"- ,, . ,, ,, ' Oh for a date wlth Shot gun. - "HOW does my hail' l00k?"-MARY "Oh, how the girls love me." - JANE CHRISTMAN RICHARD MONTZ "I HFC here, Ethel!"- CHARLES "Gee, Shelly, I wish I was a girl."- " WALBERT ROGER NEETZ l ': .1 "' - P ,milf .,, Page 55 I' -..- f-ni... gi , is X . r - -i 7' .rbi ,Q CAN You IMAGINE? Meeting DAVID GEISSINGER with- Harvey Schmoyer a n d Charles 2 out some joke in his conversation? Walbert? fj "FO0TY" DE ESCH not faking H ROYAL BAUMGARTNER not ask- daily walk with Jean? ing for class dues? ' 4 ALTHEA GPILBERT being at school BYRON KNOLL not mumngn in A OH time' Commercial Law class? ARLSIEISICISP KEYSER without her ski THOMAS WALBERT not Saying ' I - ' "Keep Shut"? f" EVELYN WERNER 'th t k - 1 - up? W1 Ou me 6 ROGER NEETZ wirhbiir a "Hbrsar"P I JAMES WERT wirhbiir his hair slick- ROBKFRRT TEPUMBORE as H modem ed? omeo . Hold Witi"lOLlt in Maids, U his "Girl frienrisre CLAIRE HEITER without Riirh? .IOSEQE BROTZMAN a ffraprians- RUTH STAIIEEER praising Tbpranr er 'H g n 1 9' fi , , , CLAUDE SLHULTZ In the Hpulpltn? H EDNA ROHRBACH sitting In a class I H up Without giggling? HoIvIER KELLER with a dame . I7 4 ffRENEE" ORTT Cheating on her FRANKLIN SCHOCH quiet in Mr. H1-Onvri? Frantz's room? The HEINLY twins causing a' disturb- EDWARD LEHMAN Causing 3 dis' 5 Q ance in a Class? turbance In a class? A I EARL BUTZ talking to Betty Boger? GEORGE KGVACH being funny? ' ROY GILBERT not ranring about MARIAN FETTERMAN, not Com- girls? plaimng about something? . r KENNETH Nuss with a dame? NUI: FFQNKENFIELD living in T, .. The sENIoRs being qinar in the e C' Y I lunch moms GGRINNE REIESNYDER not inrer- ' MARY JANE GIiRIsTIvIAN Rn wed in Muhlenberg? Liz' ma I g - - a HDD in any of her Subjects? ARLENE SALLADE without Jessie? LUCRETIA SMOYER Weighing 98 LIESSIE SCHANTZENBACH with pounds? Kenneth Nuss? g. .. 1 I L MARGARET STASH starting a dis- turbance during class? OLIVE STOUDT dancing the rumba? PAUL SCHULER making love? HARVEY SCI-IMOYER not on the stage? DELMORE MEITZLER not with RUSSELL SCHEIRER without his East Texas "Bus"? ROBERT GHRIsTIvIAN playing baseball? ARLENE HGFFMAN with long curls? ELAINE MILLER reducing? Page 56 i s E . I: .I W e ,. I , ,. . I ,L ,. .. Ma 'W' ' ' A ' I CAN You IMAGINE? 1. ARLINE DANKEL Hxing a flat? her lessons? L HELEN KRIEBEL taking advantage KENNETH KELLER not with 50me of leap year? girls? LUGILLE Hovr with ei sober face? ARLENE DANKEL not lfmghmg? 5 LINWOOD NESTER in school on CLAIPPZQN PAULES Wh 2' Ol 53 time? rlen . VERONICA BEDNAR attending .L'LI?if'?dSPROEDER Wnhout boy classes? e ' ' 1 i e "GERRY" KLINE not seeing Keller LA RUE QVHLLER not Wearing a A for a week? sml e' h I ' . . ' IEAN IOBST never 'being jealous? AMfgfttQ1ZliEflEtgZ':g, WW WH out GEORGE PEGUESSE 'li li . mom Ofcigmttes? WH out t e ANNA EGHANTZENBAGII being Ll One. llolfililj QQNG Without any Study' ANDREW BASKO with straight heir? 3, ' - .ig RICHARD IvloNTz nee in trouble? CAPITOL? ALBl,TZ Without her . u dally johnny talks? sf GEQALDI SQHNGLER when he KARL SCHUSTER sitting in ilie me Ove' lunch room to eat his lunch? J HMICKYH ANTRIM Without Hwise WALTER YARDS in ei romantic i f cracks" about a certain someone? mood? 11 4 . . . P in GENEVA YEAHL wiilieiii nine slips. HAROLD RICE relaxed? KEll.l:LfLy,,fHELLY h a V ' H g fl ETHEL HElsEwiilieiii her giggle? - BETTY KIJNE telling any of her DONALD WILSON dancing clumsily? Secrets? being lJ21Sl'lfUl? RUTH WARTMANE' without liei ANNA ACKER, CAPITOLA AL- I mouth Open, Ella and ANNABIELLEFDUN- ' getting to r. rantz's "CHARLIE" EGNER without his class on time? i flashy Socks? KERMIT GEHMAN ner talking -IOHN FULMER-without his colored about Chryslers? Shmsl DANIEL SCHANTZ playing foot- EVELYN KUEHN not going to a ball? e dense? CHARLES WALBERT playing Hiiel- DOROTHY BERGER without chew- del-de-winks"? ,fl if mg gum' DONALD LUCKY not knowing his V.' I,- ANNABELLE DUNSTAN not telling Law? a "Hsh" story? CATHARINE BORGER not knowing JOSEPH SIKORSKI without his "side-kick" Andy? Page 57 ., ,L W" " 'ive " . :Iii 'S - 2 W2 s . .. 1 -T425 'Q . it L L, C , . - to . L ,.. , ., is fa-js . Q .-4 r f "6 1 A I3 T 54 -is 13. 1, I li ei can no f 5 .. CLASS OF 1938 GIRLS 9 Adams, Dorothea Kiefer, Annabelle Rubenak, Dorothy Beitler, Florence Klstlefi Anna Ruch, Catherine , - Bowers, Ellawesa Khmer Emma Schantz, Ruth 4 'Y . A l'l , G .25 Butz, jean X metop race Schmoyer, Anna I' c b ,Gl.d Diehl, Adeline Xmppen erger ll YS SCl'lllCCk, Ruth Knauss, Lillian . . 1 Dunstan, Loretta SChUPP, Mfliofle fl .Q fe l 139. L. -Mari i W - ' ' 'X-i: 1 . :,, : 5-' V " 'haf' - Fegley, Catharine Fegley, Sarah Goheen, Ruth Harwick, Fern Heffner, Bernice Hensinger, Fern Hensinger, Minerva Huetsch, Alverta jagnesak, Helen jones, Mary Kemmerer, Regina Kruse, Arlene Kuehl, Mary Catharine Leiby, Lula Lichtenwalner, Gladys Lichtenwalner, Mary Alice Lukens, Lucille Matura, Martha McElroy, Elaine Palencar, Florence Peguesse, Dorothy Raedler, Ruth Reigner, Verna Page 58 Schwartz, Edna Sell, Mildred Stobo, jean Stroh, Arlene Strohm, Lorraine Trappe, Lauraine Weider, joyce Wenner, joyce Wetherhold, Betty Wieder, Lucille Winzer, Althea ,- 4. Ji 17, I ,. rf- '1 A T1- .- A 4 f '2 -r ,. Q. K V " - l fi' , 4- f 41 J' I. if if CLASS OF 1938 Boys 3, Ahner, Robert Hamschcr, XVarren Reinhard, Myron , Amig, Delbert Hangen, Paul Reinhard, Robert Bachman, Henry Hartman, Durell Ritter, Winston lf' Baus, Charles Held, Cletus R0hrb2lCh, Gerald 'rv Baus, Leonard Hieter, Kermit Scheirer, Harold i i Bovankovich, joseph Hillegas, Alfred Seislove, Charles Brensinger, Donald Hoffman, james Snyder, Roy Carl, Terrence Hunsberger, Warren Stoneback, Dalton Carl, Wesley Knauss, Harold Valenteen, Thomas Christman, Clair Kressley, Carson Vetrosky, Thomas - Custer, Samuel Laubach, Charles Wagner, Billy Findlay, William Lawrence, George Weaver, Albert , Frey, Paul Moll, Ralph waitin, Amos A Call, joseph Noll, Earl Weidner, Forrest ?'e5'95. Greenawalt, Clifford Reichard, Wilbur Wieder, Willard ,lg lf gg 2 Page 59 51, , .ey ,gf . v ,ww bl., - . Y, V Fifa? . Q, ,Q sim 1 . 4' r ' 1- 41., f, ,yn ,,-, 1 ii f , ,f,,,v' :',, ,gr e ' T,g,, MLgw,,5ft.,,,'Q: g 1. 'iww ieif-.451 1-, Q.. ,-Vg. 1 L- Q 'M . ', 2.-'4 ivxv v ' 4 4' -H ef ' rsvm. 7'-Y if a.,w--.'.:-,,r.- 1 -4- V . -Q, f , 'iff r 1, H , , 1 1. ve , 1' f - '99 2 . gm P. , .5 a, lv? '1 :Q X if i 1 'QTY J!-J? if ? T -f i yi, fag 4 -e as 25 F 'i v, fir I ,hz El' ? 5 2 xg ,- 'E ' if iw. J Q qi 1 N K ,E F4 ff it 'H J N: V e 3- .t 354 5. . ai ,N , ff Q si ' L S5 Nl Y '2 5 ,AA f-vw: .. B 'wwf ei ,-..,,vi l l Angney, Annie Bauer, Gladys Bauer, Sarah Bechtel, Esther Bieber, Arlene Boyer, Ruth Breunig, Dorothy Brey, Dorothy Buss, Mary Carter, jessetine Christman, Mary Clauser, Louella Conrad, Eleanor Danner, Dorothy Druckenmiller, jean Engleman, Jeanne Erh, Lorraine Esterly, Virginia Faust, Evelyn Faust, june Gehman, Beatrice Getz, jean Gilbert, Evelyn GLASS OF l939 GIRLS llaberstunipf, Grace llartnian, llazel llauser, Anna llelfrich, Ruth llersh, Arlene llilbert, Pauline lierak, Elizabeth liotch. llelen Long, Charlotte Merkel, jean Miklencic, Rose Miller, Marilyn Miller, Thelma Molin, jeanne Montz, Ruth Moyer, Betty Noll, Pauline Reinhard, Virginia Reinhart, Fern Renner, Mae Roeder, Arlene Schantzenhach, Phyllis Schuler, Evangeline Page 60 Sell, Alma Sell, Miriam Shelly, Muriel Singmaster, Ann Louise Smith, Edna Stortz, Ruth Stoudt, Fern Stoudt, Lorraine Swavely, Lorraine Szewczak, Carrie Treichler, Charlotte Yalenteen, june Yargo, Mary Yetrosky, Margaret Yogel, Arlene Walter, julia Walters, Fern Wennig, Gloria Wentz, Dorothea Woodring, Pauline Yoachim, Faye Zawoda, Sophie 4. L75 2 1 sf- T 4, es ' 3. 4. B Q. x, , FFL. V " nv 5 i A by Q H in I K. Mu AAF Eg wah ,' .,... A,., Q: , ., Q, 1' is CLASS OF lO39 BOYS Adams, Carl Faust, Noble Miller. Charles Albfltlllt- Ch111'leS Frankemield. Asher Miller, joseph Bachman, Charles Qeisingel-Y Karl Miller, Richard Ir ' Backensto, Elwood llallman, Harvey Moyer' William Belllefy Mllyllafd lleckman, Dallas Neitzv Ravallcn B0hU5, 101111 lleimbach, lclenry I Y i Boyer, jack llensinger, Kermit xcumel er' Bemmd Brown, George llertzog, Earl Pllllles' Wilbur Burian, Delbert llopstock, Michael Reitz, Theodore Carl, llamilton lobst, Oscar Schantzenbach, Wilbur Carl, William Keck, William Schmoyer, john Cope, Harvey Keller, Earl Schoch, Harold Correll, Richard Kline, Martin Schuster, William Crossley, Milton Kratzer, john Stanslleld, james V DeEsch, Franklyn Kriebel, William Stauller, Ralph , Deibert, Earl Landis, Kenneth Stoudt, Walter DeX'ries, Wesley Laubach, George Trumbore, William is Doney, Delbert Laudenslager, Donald Trump, Bertram ' by Eck, llarvey Marsteller, Alvin Wambold, Guy , . Edwards, ClifTord Martz, Richard Yarus, Howard Erich, john ixmku, William Zentner, xvafren 5 3 it F Rb'-N .. Bebbxw if Page 61 . gr' 'W' "Elisa iw. , T. 'J + .v ., r' 'ft .- .l f N. .IM .Q vi n 'N m Eg -:,: V, .. +I. ' ,Q lt, Q.. , Am, ,M A ,V,, - dr., .,, 1 ,,, , . W F 1? Hi l 'FFF N4 l 33 l " 5 xv?- Ih l Sell ., 3 7 CLASS OF 1940 GlRLS I Bittenbender, Mary Knappenberger, Carol Paul, Verna ,, Bover, Bett Knauss, Mar Ellen Rohrbach, Anna D y . Y . M Bogert, -leannetta Kocis, Helen Sallade, Ardella Boyer, Adele Kollar, Florence Schaeiler, Anna Mae Bruder, Betty Koneski, Mary Schaup, Donaldine H Danner, Beatrice Kulily, Frances Schreiber, Annabelle N' Derr, Rhea Kulp, Arlene Schueck, Catherine if Durback, Irene Leibensperger, Erma Schultz, Mary Ellen F .f i. T52 f. if get W9 5 I .H G QQ? fi as s 'f U Q' ga F .Ma 1 -, . vi . . . ji .-at, .,. ,,.-.,,. :,' I , , H f ' . 33 'J' aff? Q I Erb, Annette Fegley, Rubie Fellman, Emily Frey, Margaret Geissinger, Luella Hamscher, Geraldine lflensinger, Nellie Qloffman, Helen Hosfeld, Jeannette lflouseknecht, jean lflouser, Doreen I-Ioyt, Shirley lobst, Sadie Kline, Emma Kline, jean Leibert, joyce I Lichtenwalner, Arlene Lick, Pearl Lorish, Ruth McElroy, Kathryn Meitzler, Blanche Mengel, Irene Miklencic, Pearl Miklos, Sue Miller, LaRue Miller, Sarah Moll, Naomi Moyer, Esther Nester, Marian Nickele, Olga Page 62 Shankweiler, Althea Sicher, jennie Sikora, Frances Sikorski, Anna Smoyer, Dorothy Stoudt, Dorothy Suberroc, Stella Thomas, Virginia Tirpak, Eleanor Wambold, Irene Weida, Frances Weiss, Dorothy Wenner, -lean Wentz, joanna Zahurak, Florence 'HU X i .,, 3' x" 2, r' .4 ,pf 1-S., I'1 Li ll: f .7'--. ,-L.. -eval, "f- , V. 1'-i-. .:- iq , . jg4 ,f'.A -, 1',V fi S cLaSs or 1940 Boys Adam, Dallas Guth, Russell Rrfitllilller, R0y off Albright, Harold Hallman, Paul Rfledef: Paul '. Antrim, Paul Huber, Charles Rohrbugh' Earl A 1 A I I b h Rokoski, joseph Brnc t, ure o josep Rom, George ainer, Paul Iobst, Zane oehneffer, Robert Bean, Harry Kauffman, Warren gehnntzenhneh, Roy f Bertsch, Paul Kemmerer, Franklin Seheirer, Prinl Billie, George Kemmerer, Morris geiherty Albert 'rn Bortz, Eldon Kerstetter, Russell Shankvyeilery Charles : Q Bowers, Mark Keyser, Howard giehert Quentin Boyer, Richard Kleppinger, Mark Sniithi 'lhornns J' Brey, David Kline, Kenneth Snioyery l-lownrd V Brey, Wilmer IQHDC, Robert Sn'iOyQI', tlgseph f' Buss, Carl Kline, Thomas Sumsrield, Frank ff. Christman, Oscar Kneller, joseph Stephen, Martin s' C:OI'lI'21Cl, Carl KYICIT, -jOl'lI'I Stgphcngl Robert Craver, Kenneth Kuehl, Henry Stortz, Milton Derr, Chester Laudenslager, Bertram Stgrtzy Ralph , DeVries, Paul Lichtenwalner, Richard Ui-lilntly Frank Diehl, Lloyd Lick, Forrest Weitln, Philip I ,Q Eisenhard, Raymond Lukens, Donald Weiiln, Wayne 7' Eltz, Clarence Mansell, Warren Xvgidllgf, Walter ' it Fegley, Boise Miller, Elmo Wenner, Carlton Fegyle, Kenneth Miller, Russell Vfgrt, joseph Fegley, Warren Mizera, joseph Wetherhold, james Felegy, john Moore, William Wietler, Thomas Gehman, john Nester, Melvin Wilson, Harold , fb- ..., Gehman, Orville Gehris, Leon Geissinger, Warren Giering, Lynwood Gouldner, Howard Niess, Reginald Panno, Samuel Reimert, Walter Reinhard, LeRoy Reiter, Carlton Page 63 Winzer, Bertram Witman, Aaron Yarema, Michael Yeahl, Cleave Zeravsky, joseph - - s.- ' . 11 s , ii . ".. H. 1 4- xi , -. r ': li R -7 ,A Il " " CLASS OFFICERS QQ H I W CLASS .... .... 1 931 si f GERALD SHINCLER .... ..... P resident I I HAROLD RICE ...... Vige Presrderrr Q2 GENEVA YEAHL ..,...... Secretary ROYAL BALIIVICARTNER .... Tredsrerer CLASS .... ..,. I 938 WILBUR REICHARD .... ,.... P rerrderrr OELBERT AIVIIC ........ Vice Presrderrrf 'A BETTY WETHERHOLD . . . .... Secretary j JEAN STOBO ............ ....... T reasurer WARREN HAMSCHER .... Asst. Treasurer CLASS .... .... 1 939 KARL GEISINGER ..... ...... P resident JOHN SCH IVIOYER ........ Vice Preerderd ' JEAN DRUCKENMILLER ..... .... S eerezdry ANN LOUISE SINGMASTER .... .. . Treasurer f CLASS ...... .... I 940 I RICHARD LICHTENWALNER .... ..... P resident M BETTY BOCER ............... Vice Preerderd PHILLIP WEIDA .... seererery MR. WALBERT ....... Treasurer i OLGA NICKELE emi, Tredrrerer I Page 64 1 , w ... e , Q20 M,n l4 Hakim? . 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I'x"'r'- . 4 . : " . rw' '42-r " f 'M' 'f sw .5 K ,. -M ,r s. , - , 0 2 -' ' 015 , - we 933. M U -.44 ' '1,As:,f.,Q- Y '1 3, as-1 fm,-rs. es ,:.-an .eww-.-.,--., 11, +1-im g -L 1. Hz- ,K 'Hz ref 5 1 1 gr iq-,M ' 15", v .. f , 1,1 if-4 . V"-""" 'N 'F' Mi i TATTLE R STAFF Fe J' . ig. . .. i ' 5 ? if w 4. ,- 4. f' 52 fm 2 rr H f, F,-. Editor-in-Clrief rlssociate lfditnr , :Q Geraldine Kline Literary Editors Clair Hieter A tbletic Editors Anna Schantzenhach E Exchange Editor Gerald Shingler joseph Brotzman Howard Long Donald Wilson Betty Wetherhold A lninni Editor Thelma Stortz Reporters David Geissinger llelen Mclnroy Sarah Fegley Dorothy Rubenak Ruth Schantz Veronica Bednar Charles Egner l-I. lfl. Becker E. L. Ortt LaRue Giering Arline Strauss Adfuer. Managers john Fulmer Business Manager Walter Yarus Circulation Managers Arlene Hoffman lfacnlty Advisors Page 65 Samuel Custer yr if -' gf Lucretia Smoyer I ,g A Roger Neetz Hnznor Editor Roy Gilbert 2: 5. jean lohst H -lessie Schantzenhach Thomas Valenteen Q Wilbur Reichard Arlene Kruse llarold Rice A. F. Heller 'm" ' A. S. Benfield A l H. K. Deischer F. lrl. Laudenslager lr, A f - ., ' ' 'lim t W s Q Q pf , ,QP , 4 X Mama, ,-. . if X 5' .rf s L ,Q -L,-. .f-1-1 . e-,.,f I: . ,Vcf 'o ' - an ' 5. 1,2 B i T? 93 '12 rl Lf 'v T e 2 1 ,TQ 5 2 if 'ii S , V ,, F A n. fi ' Q F 43 :iii -... 4 xi Q if Q xg mei ri l LQ ad, Barr-1-Il-11-A-x-:gba 1. ,:,,,4 511 MONITOR CLUB The lllonitor Club is composed ol' Senior lligh devote part of their time to direct student tralhc in the at the crossings. Members whose services are satisfactory are aw The club motto is: "We aim to help those who Officers Major... ......Miz Captain .... Lieutenant . . . ... . .. Members llenry Bachman Veronica Bednar Samuel Custer john Fulmer Paul lflangen Annabelle Keefer Kenneth Keller Geraldine Kline Ilarold Knauss Arlene Kruse Donald Luckey Elaine McElroy llelen Mclnroy Linwood Nester Wilbur Reichard llarold Rice Page 66 Students who are milling to halls and to protect students arded emblems. - need help." ll. Walbert . . . Kennetli Keller Harold Rice Lillian Roeder Dorothy Rubenak Claude Schultz Daniel Schantz Lucretia Smoyer jean Stobo Thomas Vetrosky Geneva Yeahl - ....' K 5 'xr 4.0 . . ,- ,. . Q ,L - : -we -4- .vs .-. - , i ,4 he 3-.1 ,Q xx sy mx W N 'V e v- 4 I , I m- wg? 'ww , er Ck if w , ' 1 -7 TSN , .vu .1 Q, 4 1 t, H.. x an .L 25, 5.2.19 it ggi? 'Q Q A ' N 1 1 H1 jj'-V , 2. '- X . Qt 0 'J " l -. .Q Y .-..-7.----. DEBATING TEAM Eight enthusiastic Seniors responded to the debating call of Mr. Bentield. The debaters worked very hard during the debating season on the question "Re- solved: That the government should own and operate all electric utilities." The opening debate of the season ,was with Fleetwood. The affirmative team traveled and the negative team remained at home. Both Fmaus teams were victorious. ln the Triangular debate with Slatington and Catasauqua both teams lost by close margins. ln the reverse Triangular debate the afhrmative team lost to Slatington but the negative team defeated Catasauqua. The debaters were: Affirmative Team lslarold Rice llelen Mclnroy Donald Wilson -lessie Schantzenbacb Coach .. Page 67 Negatizie Team Geraldine Kline Walter Yarus Howard Long Mildred Antrim. Mr. Beizlield if if .i .5 . M' 4 5 1 2 ' .. il r 4. J E' 4- S: sf ? ' 32 . 4 . g Q - 'A ,. , . H: Sk 5? ei fvnf' E NH YK' ,,V,t:.,. H rfaknziu ASQL gf, -1 'fbzfb' '-f ':,:3Ec?'J -f, ii " , A . , 3, W. MF in M k l, MA E . . -, ,. ,,. Q t w, . -.,. H. . lag T fi?av..'M,.f'x'at,aj' ,V ,,:, T 1 L , :Ke I L 1 5? 3 :K ' E ff 1: ii fx, vi 'J Q E fi eg ,I g i A1 5 Q 573 QQ 3 ,lf L..vn:mm-re, . -M11 , . .,, 5. E s V- 2, LE CERLE FRANCAIS The French Club, "Le Cerle Francais" is the only language club in the High School. The success of the club is due to the kindness of Supt. H. j. Yeager and the help ol Miss Busher. The club presented a short play in assembly, which the students enjoyed. Ohzicers Pres. - john Fulmer V. Pres. - Roger Neetz Sec. - Ethel Heist Treas. - David Geissinger Advisor - Miss Busher The other members of the club were: Veronica Bednar joseph Brotzman jean lobst l-loward Long Lillian Roeder Page 68 Dorothy Ruben ik Daniel Schantz Betty Wetherhold Donald Wilson Walter Yarus ,.,,h x Q Q' 3i 5:3 gf V 7 , S gl I . we ,' fi- 'f Q3-ff' . , .-f , . , ,. ,.. ,... K ,1X,.-N .-cv-sig we if . W. we N4 WCW. .fe gfsf.e-me 4 K V -. ff' 1. .. 'y,e,z,s J A ' 12 '-,.'.eff Us-s1 '.,., 15 tm '. ' ' ' '- -1-12' " 'ft .L K. ,ea 1, A ' -5 1'l1 I ' r AQ 'rl' Q., il 1 Y If if 5 if i 7. af f OPERETTA 'lihe operetta "Ruddigore," by Gilbert and Sullivan, was presented by the chorus on May 7 and 8 under the direction of Mr. Peters. Members ol the chorus and Mr. Peters deserve praise for successfully pre- senting this operetta. Members of the Chorus Sopranos: jean Butz, Mary jane Christman, Loretta Dunstan, Berenice llellner, Fern llensinger, Arlene llolfman, Lucille lloyt, Mary jones, Annabelle Keeler, Anna Kistler, Arlene Kruse, Gladys Lichtenwalner, Mary Alice Lichten- walner, Elaine McElroy, llelen Mclnroy, Elaine Miller, LaRue Miller, lrene Ortt, Ruth Raedler, Ruth Schueck, Anna Smoyer, Lucretia Smoyer, Arlene Stroh, Lor- raine Strohm, jean Stobo, Betty Wetherhold, Lucille Wieder, Althea Winxer and Ruth Schantz. xlltos: Veronica Bednar, Arlene Dankel, Arline Dankel, liern llarwiclt. lfthel lleist, Minerva lrlensinger, jean lobst, llelen jagnesak, Betty 'Kline, limma Kline, Geraldine Kline, Gladys Knappenberger, Mary Kuehl, lidna Rohrbach. Mildred Sell, Margaret Stosh and Ruth Staulfer. Teimrsx Elwood Backenstoe, Samuel Custer, Charles Egner, David Geis- singer, Durell llartman, Oscar lobst, William Keck, Earle Keller, Carson Kressly. lloward Long, Richard Miller, Richard Montz, Robert Reinhard, john Schmoyer and Thomas Valenteen. Bass: llenry Bachman, Donald Brensinger, john llulmer, Karl Geisinger, Byron Knoll, Martin Kline, George Peguesse, llarold Rice, Daniel Schantx, Ker- 5' 2 mit Shelly, Dalton Stoneback, Forrest Weidner, Donald Wilson and lloward Yarus. f Q.. rf? 4' -N "B yi n " g X J . 5? 3 it F .. f-1, Q. W 'sf 5.13 ,WFT 9 422' XI, 3.15 I 51.4 ZH ik ki 9'-:L il ' 1 vi. f 97: eg Ei, gf. 2' .Mg fe'-1' ' We . .. i x5""f' fi R11 Q , Page 69 L' w"'fi'J Wav:-K . ng.. .. , -5 R, U , 'fx 5 .ik l ux - I 1- - Q F , f f- , W - f 1 .. , - H, e .. in - , 6 1 A :Wy -5- H ,f,.. ,Qma m am-1 .5 ,,f"Y-5-1+ gf X - V, -r ,5 . ,,. ,-1 yy., :arf -gs 23' 9 ' S K 1, Q , 1" .J , 5 , wg fys- S v H, il , g if ea 3 if 3 S j T .. i GIRLS' GLEE CLUB ,. Mr. Peters, music supervisor, scored another triumph by organizing a Girls' if Glee Club. This club delighted the students with selections during assembly pro- " grams. Y, Members of the organization were: First Sopranos: Bernice Heffner, Arlene Hoffman, Gladys Lichtenwalner, Helen Mclnroy, Ruth Raedler, Ruth Schueck, Lorraine Strohm and Lucille Wieder. Second Soprmzos: jean Butz, Mary jane Christman, Fern llensinger, Mary jones, Arlene Kruse, Mary Alice Lichtenwalner, Elaine Miller, lrene Ortt, Ruth jf Schantz, Anna Schmoyer, jean Stobo, Lucretia Smoyer, Betty Wetherhold and Althea Winzer. .iq lfzrst Altos: Arlme Dankel, Edna Rohrbach and Margaret Stosh. Second Altos: Veronica Bednar, Fern Harwick, Ethel Heist, Alverta "1 Huetsch, jean lobst, Helen jagnesak, Emma Kline, Geraldine Kline, Mary Kuehl it 1 and Ruth Staufler. T75 K 'f , . . 1 l im? , fd Page 70 se2J'?"1 "'!V I I 32 . ri 'F' , 1 ' f S ' ff , f F11 2,4 if ax .IV if X ox 1. . AP' ax' " , 1 . ,,,,,,... -ved-1 an- - gf-5,--'qqwzr - eu- - f"-iv-s,,vQ.w.M,-gy-,AANH- l---.4-sq .vfxfnr--vu -A rig, - 'va Wm -fr +1-v"'f2""" H., -mr V' - s- " P V A ,-1 s 5 , 1. - . , f , ,ww ti le 2 N s rf- Mr. , ..,. 1 ...am f w. E 4 . , 42.0 i he ,L in ff L ,, 4 N 1 Syd 1,4 , N K, A I' go, i il. 2 . Ya V5 'Z , E, I ORCH ESTRA 'l'he Emaus lligh School Orchestra, Lllltltll' the able direction ol Mr. Peters. played at the various school functions, and broadcasted several times over WSAN. Uffcers President - Gerald Shingler Vice l'1'eside11t - Ruth Schantz Secretary -4 Regina Kemmerer ljbrariazzs - Elwood Backensto, Dallas Adam flrirozzzpazzist - Charles Egner Members Trziunpets Violins Clariziets Catharine Borger Carson Kressly Donald Laudenslager Bertram Trump William Moyer Elwood Backensto Gerald Shingler Dalton Stoneback Trombolzes Karl Geisinger Ravellan Neitz lfloward Yarus Ruth Schantz Samuel Custer Harold Knauss james Koch Carl Adams Cello Robert Christman Saxopliones jeanetta Bogert Regina Kemmerer Page 71 Donald llrensinger Dallas Adam William Keck Oscar lohst Robert Ahner Drums Rohert Kline Gerald Rohrbach Oscar Christman Quinton Sicher Hass Violin Carol Knappenhei'ger v' if, iw V- I f .- if a '- - .li 5 5 I 9' .N 45 ETF fill It 335 Iv, s f if 5 'E L v .. '- 51' E I Q: 1 :M - ff:- G 32' .F i f ' Wg 1 2 Q is I :x We sl axle-HJ lim...- 'W-.,o t J. 1 Q I' K ' K X 4 4 it .3219 to . A h -fx ' 17 3333? "'m3'f i f .t,Q3,L,. ve..-. - 4542, NL .. K 1 - 2 3. fi i il -x F ' 'Q .gh 5 1 as ,fe '1 Q , .Z AQ -, W, ,Q S'- , NJ :gy V 2' E ' is .I ' ' ' . ti 1? .VI -T T5 . QS. wg 45 .- Fe .31 7 .Jw 4 in V' i 4521 : -A . "" fi V if t fm? 35 BAND 'l'he Fmaus High School Band was reorganized this year under the able leadership of Mr. Anthony jagnesak. The band, composed of forty-two members. played at all the home football and basketball games inspiring both the teams and students. On April twenty-first the band gave its initial concert in the High School Auditorium and then had the pleasure of giving a concert at Lebanon Valley Col- lege on April 30. Members ol' the band were: Clarinets: Dallas Adam, Robert Ahner, Betty Boger, Donald Brensinger, llamilton Carl, Percy Druckenmiller, Oscar lobst, William Keck, Milton Kneedler, Arlene Kruse, Reginald Niess and Howard Yarus. SLZXOf7l707Zt3S.' jeannetta Bogert and Regina Kemmerer. Corners: Elwood Backensto, Catherine Borger, Donald Cunningham, Wil- mer llertzog, joseph lobst, Carson Kressly, William Miller, William Moyer, Ber- tram Trump and Kenneth Stansneld. Altos: Ralph Moll, Roy Neitz and Ernest Paules. Iiaritonesx Milton Crossley and llarold Knauss. Trombonesf Gordon Brensinger, Karl Geisingcr, Ravellan Neitz, Wilbur Paules and Forrest Weidner. Tubas: Harold Scheirer and Dalton Stoneback. String Bass: Karol Knappenberger. Pe1'cf:ssi01z.' Oscar Christman, Kermit Hieter, Robert Kline, Gerald Rohr- bach and Quinton Sicher. Page 72 -l W W W W W W W W W W W W Wy W W W W W W W f '25 W 4 W v , ., , A-I X I. 2-U f 4 W 2-'W 5 I WWW . , A u W WLM , f 4 i fr, W fl K 3 '34 1- -W , 1' ,F mvlfd , W . , ,f--jf W.,.,1:.5 ,v 'lf . .QW -,.f5,5WmvtA I J ' .. - 1, W h snysfib gynil ' 5 , s 'gg W ,la Q .?:91,'4','.f3,'i 6, ti 'Q 515' W fflfi.-,f -4 - ' wl -A--Ww .sf w " xi ' f J I ' 2 :1f'5- ff' 'J' 12 A , , V n .f , QA: I V ,. xt. 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Hia 15' E54 Q if l1'i'1' '11, t 1 U11 1- 1- ,, ,1 1 I, 1 11 , 1111 11 , 1 I 1 N, 1- 1 W YQ: ' JH ., S 1111' ', Y 1i 11 111 ' 11 ,mv ' ni, --J I JP ,1:. A,"-- gl '- 4'-- V. , : - s gi- " 1" . ,gi A - . 'J .yz if . il- , 1 . - Q . ff rf FOOTBALL The 1036 football season proved to be one of the best that Emaus High ' 4. School has ever experienced. Although the team consisted of mostly inexperienced players, the team won three, lost three, and tied three games, gaining third place A 1-. As in the Lehigh Valley League standing. The only experienced players reporting at if the beginning of the season were: Captain R. Roeder, H. DeEsch, W. Hamscher, D. Amig, R. Nlontz, R. Gilbert, and j. Hoffman. . ' Coach Clifford Hartman, formerly at Millersburg High, introduced a new system and enjoyed the cooperation of the players and student body. The annual football banquet, given by the Athletic Association, consisted of a Turkey Dinner. The main speaker of the evening was Paul Calvert freshman .Q coach of Lehigh University. i' Here's hoping that the team of next year proves even more successful than Y- the team of this year. E' E.H.S. Opponents Alumni-il. 0 io Northampton-A. 0 39 M Slatington-I I. 46 0 Catasauqua-A. 0 52 Q Lehighton-A. 7 7 an shiiiingron-H. I4 0 P'almerton-A. 7 7 ' ,. . , M Stroudsburg-H. I9 6 7 Whitehall-rl. 6 6 5 Captain Roeder Page 73 1 1. sq. f --fv mee, 41- '47, , qs., A s 1, .. Asn , -. . 1, W""' " 15421 1, 'K f I -, A 2 .J-1 r ' ' 1 1 , . .Q A . . - ., F-J:i'i 52- JF' , , ' , -of ' .- +f"vm-Rpffv -, ,- - spvjfw-,. .yr-. 1., , ur, -s, , , ,. . ' s ,' - . . 'O' X 'Fr '-1. 1 ' , V f f W ' .M ' .v ' . - + -V ' , - f - W. ., r s Ek -wc ' mf' if -f..z,,,,Z!,,, 1 F, f wif,-!,15fE.'J13i ,,g , ,,+,e .1.ff' " cj . ALM , . .4T M,g,.,j4 gg . A, 5 :.bU5kS52f!-v45gf?455n 9 i l.. .. .4 4? 2 48 l 3' D" FEET - " f. "H, . fe r. . - ' . ' :T 3 .+ Ag Q 1.5 ., T i mf sg: 'F 'i 1: if 3' 2 0 N.. . 4.1 .:4..,a' if my .J meffw oi, 7 v : 5 3 if T t 2 -ee ee l 53 olRLs BASKETBALL ' a ni H The l936-37 Girls' Basketball team was quite successful. Scoring nine vic- tories to five defeats. E5 This was Miss Schrieber's first year as our basketball coach, and she was successful in producing a winning team. The girls played many new teams this J season. We wish coach Schrieber and her sextet lots of luck in l937-38. in ' There are only three varsity players graduating. They are: Captain Anna Vi Schantzenbach, jessie Schantzenbach, and Ruth Staulfer. if Q Schedule and Scores 1. ft' is E.H.S. Opponents 6 Z9 15 " 12 E ' Springheld-lol. l7 5 Pennsburg-A. l 3 fig Frenchtown-H. 34 , Wilson Boro-l-l. 30 , Frenchtown-A. Zl 18 Alumni-l l. 3l ll Moravian Prep-A. 39 9 Slati ngton--H. 31 l8 Slatington-A. I8 l6 'li' Pennsburg-lfl. 22 43 ' " Palmerton-H. 29 40 Wilson Boro-A. 16 38 Palmerton-A. 32 42 Captain Schantzenbach lVlOl'aVian Prep-lfl. 28 15 N1 a w is LI 'fl li 75 33? T! if is .fe 9 9' ,SMX Page 74 K . rf. .3 .1- N I 41 1 W! Q I A QV.. 5 ,R U L X Y F 1 i - I Q N H A5 W 4 'XA A- gg. F :E 'cg' AQ.: Aw 1 -.., . If l if 5 il t- 53 4 5' 5 lj BOYS' l3ASliE'I3l3Al-L 'l'he l03o-37 Green antl Goltl Basketball team hit the 500 mark. 'lihey won f thirteen antl lost thirteen. . A '- Senior members of the team graduating are: Captain ll. Delisch, R. Roetler. .ff Il. Keller and K. Schuster. gg We hope that the team of next year will pass the live huntlretl mark antl also , he runners up for the championship. 7 Schedule and .Scores El l.S. Opponents , 2 'lianiaqua-A. l6 40 3 Springfield-l'l. 28 l0 Pennsburg-A. 24 21 bl Frenchtown-l l. 27 14 "' A Muhlenberg Cartlinals-ll. 30 26 Q5 Frenchtown-A. 22 l 3 Alumni-H. l8 I7 lVlillersburg4A, Z8 0 ,3 Northampton-A. 23 33 Stroudsburg-lfl. 32 27 Whitehall-ll. I7 37 Slatington-A. 24 32 - Palmerton4A, 2 3 3 5 Q' Catasauqua-l l. 10 32 7 Lehighton-lfl. 40 22 9 Pennsburg-ll. 20 21 Northampton-I l. l7 30 Stroudsburg-A. 28 34 rt t Whitehall-A. is 37 -j ' . F. lt '-ll. Z4 22 Captam DQEM Slnlhilngionh-ll. 20 32 f " - liutztown-T. C. Freshmen-A. I3 10 ' i" 4f"' Palmerton-ll. 22 32 5 is Catasauqua-A. l5 37 5 Lehighton-A. Z0 20 Miltersbttfg Alumni-ll. 22 24 Tse., .- jg -Q... Page 75 W .ni 1 I K 1 E4 C 4 at 'Te -we ,v 1- was Ng ., ' is gf ,J qu' ,VJ K' 'D R gl n ,J ' if.k5,,L . N' ' "fu, ,fl .. wa, 'w . Qi! P V'-' 'ev 1: ff :we .L -' -. y" wear 1, 2 .4 ' " r fee-'fr .A f . -P-- bw .f P -ai . . - . ':l' 1' l'-M 9 J .j pf 1? Q Ks L-,ti l W f 'fl li ' f 'Q 51, ig 3' .42 v, -2 5 ,X V 'v if . 'J . 2 2 'Q A . A . 5 5 , L.- , 7 I :gn - F i BASEBALL , The 1937 Baseball Team should have a successful season due to the fact that most vursity men are reporting back from last yeur's team. The schedule this year provides for eleven games of which five will be home games. April April XApril 3'1April .4 5 Q f 9flVlay E 'D Kc fi.: XMHY l M HY Schedule 13-Allentown .... Z0-East Greenville 23-Northampton . 30--Catzisnuquzi . . . 4-Allentown .... 7-Slzitington .... ll-Pennsburg . . . I4-Palmerton . . . l8-Pennsburg . . Z1-Lehighton JF 9? Z D 'XC ro To 2 if P+ CD :r li fflVlziy :A , Captain Montz fy . "'Lehigh Valley League Games A Squad of "37" .' N 4 . 3 r q,l,Yff 4,2 mm in ,, .jf-,.,p,,9 z.,.f.s.-di. 'Jr-w H . .q Held ...... . . . P. Hzlmscher .... . . . . lb. ' Walbert . . . . . , P. Weaver . . . . . . . Zb. f ' Carl ..... . . P. Snyder ... ... ss. Wieder .... . . P. Landis ..... . . . ss. Nlontz ... .... C. Amig .......... . . 3b. 34 , Kline ,... .... C . K. Schuster ...... 1'.f. -. 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ANNEX JOHN W. OBERLY, President 027 Ilamilton Street C A Successful College Enjoying The Prestige of tbe Entire Community COURSES SESSIONS Secretarial, Stenographic Day and Night Bookkeeping, Accounting Open All Year Modern Text-Books - Modern Equipment - Excellent Faculty - Free Placement Service Social Activities and Basketball COLLEGE SPIRIT COLLEGE ATMOSPHERE O Further Information on Request Established 1869 Phone 4790 Incorporated 1897 Wh x .- -l-, "4 -v, 1 get . , 3 . -1 'YS' 'fl' Qt' , v, if 2. 1 1? . ,I , ,. 'gmt V .J Q. ERS 'x :f 4' I K I 1, . - I J. ' T1 ,e 2 .xl 1 . I' .,. 5 I E Yi, -v .1 X E Qi- 3. Z Qv 'N 'M' new Q , ti Compliments Compliments 0 f 0 f A Better Department D LJ D cl O I' 2 S QE D U Q A? Store rub .tore lt Z 5' THE STUDENTS STORE O Q t 9 if . F Zollnnger-l-learned 1' S Since 1906 , f sixth and Hamilton our Slogan - Allentown, Pa- "The Best in Drugs" M Compliments Everything For Sports ! 0 f ALLENTOW N , SPORTING GOODS CO. ,., s Athletic Outfitters lVi.ftAarCkS ,A For Schools, Colleges and Clubs 'E Compliments g O 4 0 f r Phone 6704 :T ' ' 532 Hamilton Street Allentown, Pa. A Friend A - f- it' , . h. ffMa5U .. . , , MN, ., .., w , . . . ,. A, .N . ,..,,,..,,,...., ,.,t ,,.,l,..... gi fi Q 6 . N Phone 244-R-2 Orders Delivered fix YO Li 5 A V I2 ' Ni. A. Faust When You Buy Here i Y i FRESH and SMOKED 'QQ HOME DRESSED MEATS Sixth and Ridge Streets Warren Brobst 2 Emaus, Pa. 422 Elm Street Emaus, Pa. j Stonehackk , Drug Store Q ' 41 F, Q ' S Q. General Merchandise on the Triangle ' Free Delivery Phone 48-R-2 D Emaus, Pa. I 4 Wayne A. Feather sf Greetings PLUMBER a from the I Y ' Phone 250 - Emaus Q es H. T. Kemmerer State Theatre Clothier and Gents' Furnisher Hats and Caps' A Specialty Emaus, Pa. F "N Bank Building ' Emaus, Pa. C .M 5 5' N. v 4 A V7 N' 4 if it " V J A A . 1 I it he ,Q V 7 W9 15 -li! K L 1 N E ' S O r NOTEBOOKS I G A FILLER PAPER , PENCILS - LEADS 5 T 0 R fi. PENS - INK THREAD - NEEDLES Phone 150 '7- Q ART THREADS PAINT - BRUSHES Seventh and Walnut Streets X", Emaus, Pa. Open 6 A. M. to 8 P. M. 3 0 - - L C 0 m p 1 i m e n t s C l 0 f NE rdllmef S gi 5c and loc . . Sixth and Chestnut Streets '- Q Emaus' Pa' Dr. Charles Bachman 9 Wickert's Market Y 174 Main Street Lehigh Valley's Leading if Emaus, Pa.. Sport Shop if O Equipment for All Sports '. ' For FRESH MEATS, OYSTERS, . CLAMS, and FRESH VEGETABLES Wltwer-Jones V . GRUNOW ELECTRIC C O m p 3 n y REFRIGERATO-Rs Washers and Radios 834 Hamilton Street D AlleI'ltOWl'1, Pa. 1, '.rv f 569 Chestnut Street Ph 2 2780 Emaus, Pa. one - If it's an Elecrical Appliance Ollposite Hess BT05- Vmli n , 1 Q We Have It T New -QR A e . - M, .A . , - , ,. .- . , A East Penn Beverage Company Edw. j.'M0yer, Prop. if Distributor of B-EER -'TALE lt Polzrela , sorr DRINKS ' We Deliver Anywhere 422 Jubilee Street 1. Phone 44 Emaus, Pa. Q Kemmerer PAPER CO. Wholeaale School Supplies 355-357 Hamilton Street Allentown, Pa. if Hilcla Danlcel Beauty Parlor 348 Main Street - Emaus Phone 222 EAT AT ! Liberty Band Lunch Room Y LIGHT LUNCH - SODAS ICE CREAM - SUNDAES 431 Chestnut Street Emaus, Pa. 4' ,eff .ra, .- .9 4243? ,L E 2 his f 3 . H 1, Q 4' .Isla 5 pf Vt ,AX I 1 Plein! N-,L 1, 1 I Nhat' T. ' 17- ' ' ' -:EH ' 1 L rv 'BA 1 ,, E. S' get -1, r-7ef k:35, ?' .! I A I 6. . : ' 'V ,.,, ,,,, fw, ,F W ,-- -, ,,,. . H , , I, . , ,. , Q - ,. , X,.v :M Q Eg ! . , . . ., I "fl IE N . g,. . Qi N6 ,, 1 11, f. 5 'w I .v 5' . FQ ." J, 53 -t Eg. E- . 4. 'Z fi F g . 1. X N.- I C Hi v N F E sa fl-5 'Q 232 I G A N , . 32 .Kap WMA . I f 'wf' .-W., K I , f-- Iv z , ? :rf "' " Qg ' is -. Phone 173-B Today Shop Open For Your Evenings If It's l:l0We1'S PRINTING For Any Occasion Donald L. Bzeber E. H. s. '29 Social and Gommercial Printing Quotations, Sketches, Rush Work and any other Printing Information. A Rep- resentative will gladly call. 402 Chestnut Street Emaus, Pa. Clarence R. Ritter Walter C. Buzby Ritter 84 Buzby Funeral Directors and Embalmers Telephone 42-R Funeral Parlor at the convenience of the public. 38 S. Fifth Street Emaus, Pa. LOOK! We have Musicians' Apparel. Or- chestras Equipped. Tuxedos, Full Dress, Caps, Gowns, Wigs, Costumes, Minstrel Apparel, Kirchbaum Clothes. Tuxedos, including vests, -522.50 Weddings A Specialty C, Roth, Costumes 10th and Turner Allentown Phone .2-9452 A Phone or Call on Winzer Florist V Phone 241-R Emaus, P Reese 84 Sclwantz General Merchandise Fifth and Broad Streets Emaus, Pa. Arthur P. l-louser General Contractor 106 Macungie Ave. Emaus, Pa x r ,. eff- me , , . ,. ' ,. f- - , w I5-'f ' -' , ' ' V" "" " A ' ' Q ' , f' K A ' , f' , 1 ' .. ,,4""1-""-fs?" f"' '- 'NA' " 2505? vw, , 555-1 2I4 ,l.a 1' 'f i ' J'-11 ,ii H r, + 5 'ffw 5. 'qrfzf 2 5327. .5555 ' V AV-. 1:,M,',1"f:fF2 Emaus printing Company INCORPORATED fx -'xg fi. M- gy PRINTERS - PUBLISHERS V Fifth at Jubilee Emaus, Pa. in "t""QE"' - ""j.fs-F . -Q . .Ms 4. - ""1fC'5"'5. ' - 2 '54, 5' 5 'T' wg. 1 . ri va -'Z , iv 6: A' .' fb .1 1. 5. xii, . E' f- - x, .-.-. . -.. -...um-.......4 wr, :Pine . ss 'f.i-Zz""- "r :S-gyf ' me Q. A u. is " - was 'V ., c . H - , r f ., - i t ,. fu . f . ,. -- 4 ,wt if ' - we f H f' -"A 'if " "' f S ' ,L U . Electrical Fixtures Radios and 'A , and Supplies Supplies 5 C. Hausers Frigidaire .K " , F i M . r k t . 0 O L 1 6 Stortz 84 Elsenhard it 510 Chestnut Street Electrical Contractors if -V Fourth and Main Streets E- Full Line Emaus, Pa.. Groceries and -- High Grade Meats JOHN BOHRER 1 Proprietor jf A nterprlise M e a t M a r k e t A - 4 For Deliveries Phone 265-R ' Fourth St. On the Triangle Compliments -in f U i Q 0 W. T. Brenslnger ,, i :A . 84 Son Dr' Thomas Groceries, Ice Greamg , , Candies, Tobaccog ,S A. Rochel -- ' Gerieizll Merchandise i A , A 516 North Street 304 Main Street , - ..,. up Emaus, Pa. sfQ3 : 7 J ' w . , I-K Emaus, Pa. . I , - ,. V- if w ,. T, l -4 . .- . 5. - - . e v ' '. " ev, ' .wqxrxxnur r-"re --Af' 3,-fs,1.f.,,1: - ming ,-'v. 4'-t.m g- ie , , Q ,+ ".1j 'V,' if Phone: EWS 124 - - The Home Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Chrysler and Plymisnuth ofmhighcounty Sales and Service 407-409 Chestnut sr. Emaus, Pa. Y '4 A , Expert Auto Repmrmg You Save 2092 by Insuring Your V ' Property in This Company Wm. A. Gehman A H. WINSLOW FEGELY, Pres. , 5 Emausy pa' GEO. C. SNYDER, Treas. A. R. WEAVER, Sec'y . 5 if 'Y C 1 " t ' 1 0 mp men S Howard H. Weaver I pen ns lt ' C ' yvama onservatory justice of the Peace .3 . Consulting Actuary of Music 3. Real Estate and Applied Arts i t , gif A A 0 A - 5 Phone 65 221 North Seventh St. Fourth and Bank Streets . sly-' Allentown, Pa. Emaus, Pa. mg? I A 'K li ll' .g S-zz- 'nt .. -' V ,.,,.,., I! Q-Q In if 5: -z 'U Q v - ef, w' .K T Piano Studio N I Come in and see Emily lvl. Schaeffer THE COMPLETE CAR A Completely New fl' Bank Bldg. Emaus A - 3 If Compliments If 0 f . 1 l-lAl2-l'lVllAxN Chevrolet Co j- 2 Kulp s Barber Shop of Emaus ,Q V. A 7 Sixth and Walnut Streets Sales and Expert Service , Emaus, Pa. SPECIAL R Wieand 84 Company ff G DER WORK jeddo and Lehigh Coal ,.- We specialize in the repairing and Concrete BT'lCk and Block modernizing of fine jewelry. We excel in A U Diamond Setting. All work done in our in Own Shop. Phone 217 ,f 25 So. Seventh Street Emaus, Pa. hi -1 ' A Milton l"l. Bachman - M f t f 2 1 Faust 84 Landis mm ac um 0 Quality Ice Cream vil l a . . K X - ' j e w e l e r s Allentown and Emaus "Tastes like Home Made" 414 Chestnut Street Emaus, Pa V 5, 5, .,. -, 3" gt 157 1, .Rl 3 s, ,-.. ,: ,, IQ ' ff "Lv: VIPV A 5-'T EACH CHECK You issue contains the date, number, Wh amount, and person to whom paid. The endorsement gives you a receipt 5 that cannot be disputed. if The Emeus National Banlc .Kg Member Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation E , The Calvin Studio f , - EOR BETTER PHOTOGRAPHS - ' Q 617 Linden Street Formerly Wint Studio I L. Allentown, Pa. j f Phone - 2-1310 A Portrait and Commercial Photography AW, A-, A -1 1 1 A 3ii ?lv to Tj' ,-. , .' It .t 3 ,, 1 . r GM,-I 5 , I 1 iv a. F f. -:,. x 5. p ,, 5:12, Ag., iii- ujl ' i q i ' A LARGE VARIETY OF 1, BREADS d A E rg, Bethlehem an C K S BAKED DAILY 1 Business College A Q Bethlehem, Pa. , 1 Established 1897 Sclladler 5 Bakery ., 417 Chestnut Street 'Q A modern business training school Wm. Schadlery Prop. Phone 43-R offering college grade Secretarial, Ac- counting and Business Administration I Courses. Phone 185 Q3 Special advanced courses in Secre- FORD PARTS tarial Work and Higher Accounting for v graduates from commercial departments. Mohr S Garage GAS - OIL 5. Ask for Descriptive Booklet 126 North F h Street cRear, , W. F. MAGEE, President Emaus' Pa' ' Ernest ET Mohr Phone 245 R. D. Warmkessel pdlll S- Rlnlwr General Auto Repairing . Motor Tune-up P I u m b 1 n g 3 n d Motorola Auto Radio H e 3 t i n g Emaus, Pa. as A H. E. walter Q' " Sea Foods, Groceries and Green Groceries Phone 264-R ii ' 404 Chestnut Street ' f 427 Chestnut Street Emaus, Pa. Emaus' Pa' .fr Phone 205-B ix. Q 1 ga, 2 , 1f h' 5'g,:-X 0 S , ' Y '-,' 41. if if " QA its 5.5m M' COMPLIMENTS OF Allentown Morning Call ' MORNING AND SUNDAY A Chronicle and News Every Evening Except Sunday ROYAL W. WEILER, '95, Ffhesident W , WILLIAM S. IOBST, '07 FLOYD IOBST ' - Representatives ACKNOWLEDG EMENT The Tattler Staff of the 1937 Yearbook wishes to extend sincere thanks to the Advertisers and Subscribers whodhave made this book possible, We pledge our support and cooperation to you. To your success and good luck- 1 our best wishes. ' .L Yiifig , In l .E-: ..,, Lib, M4 ,cx . Qs' J 355. 11 ,. Q r' - - I- 31' .. Jli.. e , r- 'Q 3 3. g.. 'in ax , 'X av . 1 Q. . 2 15' Nalin , , -- : .-fe, -FV 1 sw- . V. , f. ...,, . - wh , 1 up E ' 3341 - ' ' -fix! 4 .fn is Q . C o m p 1 i m e n t s b TS l'l. Nl. Walbert I o f 231 ' A ,- rp Cl'laI'l2S Leidnel' Philco Radios Norge Refrigerators and Washers Er, 'Q ,pu F v The Royal Portable Typewriter is a 1 favorite with both teachers and students. 5 C When you buy see 225 North Street H Franlc J. Haherle Royal Typewriter Agency Emaus, Pa. 129 N. Sixth Street Allentown, Pa. Dial Telephone 2'-0833 P. l:fC2m6l'l -l-l'12 BLHZ CZOTTIDGDY Je W E16 I. ' Incorporated ' .13 A Tf . lf x di i Q'-is , 9 . 2 ff Z, 'NO di 1 . :mi ., 2 5. , . , 5 ws, 57 ,.. 15,-3 - . . as 'tx sf Real Estate General Insurance Fidelity Bonds Surety Bonds V' Telephone 56 Fourth and Main Streets Emaus, Pa. 911 Hamilton Street Allentown, Pa. 10005 Atlantic Service Station E. H. Huetsch, Prop. Second and Main Streets Lee Tires Alantic High Film USL Batteries Strength and Aviation Oil Atlantic Tomfs River Lubrication .- :fr ,JK Ein V Air' , ,, X V 4 .V .L E ,L ln' A I . . A - A gs v 'T M 53131-V' 1 I , A.. ffkgirg ' vi if 'v, if Althouse Shoe Repairing Koch Brothers Centre Square Allentown Fifth and Railroad Streets Emaus, Pa. Harvey G. Haberstump . styles for young men that con- Groceries and Provisions sistently redect good taste ..... at . prices within reach of the most modest incomes. 229 Adrain Street Emaus, Pa. Phone 202-R-2 ,JH if, Emaus Coal and CallEmaus'lO9 A for Grain Elevator LUMBER WALL BOARDS A BUILDING SUPPLIES , fi , ,, MILL WORK Laudenslager 84 Roo-me , i PAINTS Geist A I A Minor Street Emaus, Pa. Emaus Coal 84 Lumber Co., Inc Emaus, Pa. "Curtis Woodwork" tl" . 5- , ,, ,H ,E ,fr It iriiltxff 5' r , 4 sg I V, 1. v A. - '-:P ' fy' N F-:g.,r,,5h3.f51-,P-gtg: V J V 6 38 L .i ."' .u sa 's S v , "Mi V Ah-V. ' AF V Lowest Prices Prompt Service El'T1dUS Bottling Works Andrew Jagnesak, Prop. 3 Keeler 84 Kiefer A as To be sure of getting the best . . .5 . . . . 9- V Expert Printing-Mimeographlng Ask for AND yfs Soft Drinks -- I t Novelty Advertising Specialties Bottled in Y0111' Home TOWN Engraving - Embossing Fourth and Broad Emaus, Pa 52 ' - Strong Bodies are Built by Drinking A Vlfholesome Milk 5 5 Ted lobst E Telephone 114-B 1?iStrib?1tOr of - Fegelys Dairy Products A 552 Minor Street Also Fresh Eggs and Butter A' Emaus, Pa- 130 So. Fourth St. Emaus, Pa. Q Henry P. Gruber , 1, E Cut Flowers, Potted Plants and Floral Designs E 4 ,I .W- X , 'tri' "9 . ge . A ,J V 544 North Street Emaus, Pa. Phone 131 We Grow Our Own Flowers Free Delivery El'T1dUS i'idI'CiWdI'2 CO. Complete Line of Hardware, Paints, Etc. A 231 Main Street Phone 103 Emaus, Pa. A Photographs Live Forever V 213 North Twelfth Street Allentovsm, Pa. 1 , x I 'J' ' N Z X 59 1 1 iff' 23-Is? o 2 F6- 3 o 2 D C Q. 2 O o 3 U Cb 3 N4 7? A SAFE DRINK I 1 A A . JI I 3 ii 4? A-V Produced Under Z , Veterinwrlan and Laboratory Comtrol .ix ,dn I , 5 ' -w ' ij Donaldson Iron Company -4 O . Manufacturers of CAST IRON PIPE I For Water and Gas .V 0 S Emaus, Pa. , f ' -. . " ' I 5 ' ' 1, 2. I 1- - i' ' . g. s - 1-a. w C' ' ' i-iill Metal 84 Roofing Co. Compliments . 0 f " Roofing Contractors E31 ' on the following buildings: ' Emaus High School 7' Donaldson Iron Co. if Houser Apts. 1 ' Faust 8a Landes Jewelry Store Dr' Rlrlan , V Evangelical Lutheran Church St. Matthew's Evangelical Church Mennonite Brethren in Christ Church V Milton Bergstresser, Residence Clayton Kratzer, Residence Edward Montz ,3 General Auto Repairing if i f ' BLACKSMITHING Represented by GAS - OIL - REFRESHMENTS f f C. s. s H E L L Y Route 29 ' Emails, pa, Old zionsviile, Pa. Compliments of Compliments TROOP 56, BOY SCOUTS of AMERICA o f : and if THE AviATioN CLUB of Emaus . Q Ray F. Krause it Groceries H Ice Cream The Emaus ,W o s .' .nz .3 5, .' - 5 ii. ., Ag, 'A A lf. 515 Chestnut Street Emaus, Pa. Phone 133-M Shirt Company R f- Maris:-:iff " ' 1554"csblgvgg.-'P,:!l pt Stdnsfield Bicycles Rebuilt, Repairs, Accessories Parts Shoe Rc-:builder s Kermit K. Gehman vi. vs ,L Yr, - N1, 5 1 if Q. So. Fourth Street at Broad New and Used BiCYCl'C5 Emaus, Pa. 426 Ridge Street Emaus, Pa. - N. C. Laudenslager B e e r s Notary and Insurance F 3 m i I Y S h O C 5 t 0 r C on the Triangle at 0 Emaus, Pa. 121 Macungie Avenue uur Prices Save You Enough in Phone 46-B Emaus, Pa. fo buy Extra Pairs I F 1 L ,l'fffL7'QZP'fVG 'is ' Il 0 z'iij,'gJf 4 I F 65 M ,mf 3: M7 IN' wife: 5. jigsaw- A L ' is-5 muff L ARE THE RESULTS oF- - FORESIGI-ITED PLANNING egg g 5 - SKILLED CRAFTSMANSI-IIP iv kigij 3 , - 'EXPERIENCED SUPERVISION fj1,gii'iEqi 'E NMiL.1l " 'LCONSCIENTIOUS EFFORT Lfm L . . L' ,UW1,i , ' of ZlAe.4e comgme fo maAe 210141: annual! 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