Emmaus High School - Tattler Yearbook (Emmaus, PA)
- Class of 1939
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Text from Pages 1 - 128 of the 1939 volume:
WE. THE CLASS OF NINETEEJN HUNDRED THIRTY-NINE PUB
LISH THIS YEARBOOK. IN ORDER THAT OUR MEMORIES.
ASSOCIATIONS. AND ACHIEVEMENTS MAY BE
PRESERVED FOR THE GRADUATING CLASS.
AND BE PASSED ON TO OUR SUCCES-
SORS AS AN INSPIRATION FOR
STILL GREATER ACHIEVE-
MENT IN THE FUTURE.
To these our faculty advisors, We pay our highest tribute and respect for
the sincere, unselfish leadership and guidance they have given the class of
IOYCE E BEARY
Moravian College for Women
Lehigh Umversny 1937 M A
ELWOOD L ORTT
Kutztown State Teachers
Muhlenberg College 1927 B A
Lehigh University 1933 MA
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Class History .... .............. A nna Hauser
Class Poem ...... ............. M ary Buss, Faye Yoachirn
Class Prophecy .... ..., W illour Paules, Phyllis Schantzenloach
Class Will .......... ..................... I eanne Engleman
Special Class Features . . . .... Arlene Hersh, Margaret Vetrosky
Classes .......................................... Theodore Reitz
Biographies .... .... b y the class, directed by Elwood Backensto
Athletics ..... .................. M artin Kline, Charlotte Long
Other Activites . . . .... Fern Walter, Hamilton Carl
Business Manager . .. ............ Walter Stoudt
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Advertising Staff ...... Wallace Barto, Earl Hertzog, Alvin Marsteller,
Charles Miller, leanne Mohr, Warren Zentner
Circulation Staff ...................... Richard Correll, Harvey Eck
Typists ..... Gladys Bauer, Sarah Bauer, Dorothy Danner, Ruth Montz
IN APPRECIATION OF HIS WHCDLEHEARTED GENEROSITY BY
' WHICH EMMAUS HAS GAINED THE BENEFITS OF A
PUBLIC LIBRARY. WB. THE CLASS OF 1939,
DEDICATE TI-IIIS VOLUME TO
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6M Board of Education
ROBERT G. STAUEPER ALBERT B. WIEAND
President Vice President
CLAUDE H. KELLER GEORGE S. STEPHEN
Board of Educatlon
GEORGE S. HARWICK VICTOR H. HAUSER
RALPH W. WEIDNEB
Greetings to the Seniors
You, Class of 1939, are about to leave your high school, some to attend
higher educational institutions and some to take their places in the World of
industry. No matter Where we look, the future does not seem very encourag-
ing, yet the World needs leaders today as it has never needed them before.
What is to be done?
People will expect more than you can give, you will meet the most per-
plexing problems. Because of this, it is important to make use of every oppor-
tunity as it presents itself. Be honest, reliable, tolerant, kind, and generous.
Have courage, meet the World and its problems with head erect.
Remember that the starting line is always crowded with contenders but as
the race is being run the field spreads out and finally the one with the greatest
amount of stamina and perseverance is the one to Win the race. Be satisfied
to occupy the lowliest position but do not stay there. Conduct yourself in
such a manner that you will gain the confidence of your community which will
then recognize you as one of its leaders.
.7-lllw J. Qllellet,
H Message to the Graduates
You of the graduating Class of l939 are going out into a highly transitional
world. Confusion, discouragement, and conflict are everywhere. Shall your
coming merely add another million to the mass of unemployed? Shall you
worry away your energy in idleness and complaint? Or shall your coming
mean a new stream of vitality, courage, and intelligence flowing into the
currents of national life? Whether it shall mean the one or the other depends
in the end upon you. Sound personal habits, disciplined minds, trained skills,
and constructive citizenship will tell in the end. Determine to make the best
use of your training and ability.
Without a doubt, you are anxious to earn your own way and to have your
part in the world's work. You cannot begin too early to observe how the
world's work is done and to think of your relation to it. Do you know how to
look for a job and to apply for it? Do you know how to hold a job once you
find it? Have you trained yourself to get along with people, to carry out direc-
tions? If you cannot find employment immediately, continue your preparation
and self discipline.
May your hopes and dreams be realized to the fullest degree, and in the
years to come, may your names reflect credit upon your alma mater.
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1 MR. YEAGER
The Emmaus school system has reached a high degree of efficiency under
the guidance of Mr. Yeager, who is held in high esteem by all the pupils and
by all who have Worked with him.
Franklin and Marshall College B A 1911
Lehlgh UI11V6I'S1lY M A 1925
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. We shall always remember our principal as the person Whose guidance
We valued most While in High School. He is ever ready to help us solve our
problems, and the success of his pupils is his greatest ambition.
Kutztown State Teachers College, l9U7
Muhlenberg College, B.S., 1925
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WILMER F. BOWERS
Kutztown State Teachers College, 1909 Kutztown State Teachers College, B.S., 1934
Muhlenberg College, B.S., 1926
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HH-,DA C, BUSHER HOWARD K. DEISCHER
. Kutztown State Teachers College, 1925
Cedar Crest College, B.A., 1935 Muhlenberg College, Ph.Bl, 1929
University of Pennsylvania, M.A., 1932
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PAUL I. FRANTZ WILLIAM S. GEISINGER
Indiana State Teachers College, B.S., 1935 Muhlenberg College, Ph.B., 1928
Pennsylvania State College
CLIFFORD D. HARTMAN GLADYS B. HAUSER
Kutztown State Teachers College, 1924 Kutztown State Teachers College, 1918
Juniata College, B.S., 1927 Temple University, B.S., 1933
Pennsylvania State College New York University
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Lebanon Valley College, B-S-, 1935 Muhlenberg College, B.S., 1932
Temple University, M.D., 1936
PAULINE E. McLEAN ERROL K. PETERS
Drexel Institute of Technology, B.S., 1935 West Chester State Teachers College
New York University
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Kutztown State Teachers College, 1937
PAULINE R. CCOK
Stroudsburg State Teachers College, B.A., 1938
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CARL IVI. ADAMS
West Second Street, Alburtis
Gym Cluh 35 Hi-Y Club 49 Orchestra 2.
Carl Adams hails from the Metropolis of Alburtis.
Though the son of a butcher, Carl is not called "I3nl:cl1",
but "Spa1-ky." ln the four years in Emniaus High
School, Carl has been a cond sport. Ile likes i'un, and
is habitually happy. Hia qualities for future life are
good. Good luck "Sparky", you may need itz.
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CHARLES 0. ALBRIGHT
Academic "Charlie Chas"
Sixth and Chestnut Streets, Emmaus
Track 2, 3, 45 Athletic Club 3: Student Manager
3, -lg Senior Class Play 4: Senior Class Play
Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 3.
lsn't he cute? This "classroom terror" is a friend
to everyone. He is very proud of the high school track
record which he holds at present. Short-wave radio,
and television are his greater interests. Some day, ac-
companied by his pal Puules, he expects to enjoy ad'
venture to and into Alaska.
ELWO 0D B. BACKENSTO
213 North Third Street, Emmaus
Gym Team 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Monitor Club
3, -lg Boys' Glce Club 41. Mixed Glee Club 3, -lg
14111 is an all arolnnl fellow lf there ever was 0lll!. He
is on excellent trumpet player and manages the "Four
lleraldsf' Wood edits the sport page of the "Tattler",
and is a good athlete, especially ln track and gym.
Besides all this he has loads of time to visit his heart-
throh "Em", and plan his future as n chemical en-
WALLACE C. BARTO, JR.
1 South Haas Street, Topton
Track Team 35 Student Council 4: Chorus 3, 4:
Glee Club 3, 45 Tnttler Staff! 4,
The "Kutztown Convict", hailing from Toptou, came
to Emmuus Iligh School during his Junior year. Every-
one innnediutely liked XVally for his happy-goelucky na-
ture. Wallace always walks as if he has some place
to :ro und something to do. He's the fellow who always
has something funny to say when something funny is
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GLADYS M. BAUER SARAH J. BAUER
Academic UTWinie" Academic "Sahara"
46 West Main Street, Macungie , ,
ACTIVITIES 46 West Main Street, Macungxe
Bicycle Club 4: Stieh and Gossip Club 3: Senior ACTIVITIES
Class Play 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Junior Proni
Flash! Ilere comes one of them, but which one?
The champion cake seller ol' the senior class! Gladys
hails from the big town of Macnn:,:ie. She is often
escorted from the big town by a certain boy from
Macungie. Gladys wants to he n nurse, and we sin-
cerely hope she will succeed. Like her sister, she is
a good typist.
Bicycle Club, Vive President 45 Stitch and Gos-
sip Club 35 Yearbook Staff -ig Tattler Staff 4:
Junior Prom Coniinittee 3.
Here's to the great typist of the senior class. When
"Sahara" gets to u typewriter, she actually types! Sarah
is interested in a noted nxeniber of the Senior Class
lshnll we say the President of the c-Iass?J All joking
aside. Sarah is a good student. We believe that she
wants to In-voine a nurse. Ilere's wishing you luck.
ESTHER M. BECHTEL MAYNARD S. BEALER
Commercial "Becky" Adademic "Bea.ler"
111 Church Street, Macungie North Third Street, Emmaus
Play 45 Glee
from that great
3g Dancing Club -l: Senior Class
Club 43 Junior Prom Committee 3.
one of the few in our class hailing
metropolis of Mncungie. She has no
particular interest in the Senior Class, but is always
talking about a ertacin "he," Tllat's 0.K., Becky:
we won't give you away. Best of luck and success in
everything you attempt in the future.
Hi-Y Club 45 Draniatics 1: Senior Class Play 4.
Good land who is that! Maynard with his outlandish
hair whieh faintly resembles the wild inuu from Borneo
wild about railroads at least. Whenever you want to
ask him something, prepare yourself for a wise crack
answer. Here is hoping his entertaining abilities will
:ro through life with hlni. His ambition is to become a
"Trinka" hails l'I-om the place known as Bieher's Senior Class Play 4'
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ELEANOR. E. BENNETT
Mertztown, Route 1
Fancy Work Clnh 45 Chorus 4.
Eleanor is one of the newcomers to the senior vlass.
She has been with ns only during her senior year.
Eleanor has n pleasing personality, and is always wil-
ling to help everyone along. Very stndious-at tinies-
Eleanor favors home economic:-2. Eleanor expects to
take a nursing course at the Allentown Hospital. Good
luck to yon, Eleanor.
RAYMOND W. BERNHARD
' 416 Ridge Street, Emmaus
"Ray" came to us in the Junior year. He has been
one ol' the most popular fellows in the senior class. He
is always ready to help anyone at ull times. "Ray"
has served as an able assistant to the stage counnittee
in his senior year. He intends to enlist in some mili-
ARLENE J. BIEBER
Commercial "Bieber," "Trinka,"
Allentown, Route 2
Typing Clnh 35 Dancing: Club -lg Glee Club 43
Glass Play 4.
Mill. "Trinka" with hor smile is a friend to all:
especially the opposite sex! Ask her what time she
gets in Saturday night: or is it Sunday morning?
"l5ieber" intends to heroine a liairdresser and we are
sure she will he n success if someone, tall, dark, and
handsome does not interfere.
tary service after leaving: school. Good luck "Rayl '
JACK C. BOYER
222 South Fifth Street, Emmaus
Junior Varsity Basketball 25 Gyn: Team 25 Ath-
letic Club 3: Basketball Student Manager
Dancing Club President 4: Cooking Club 43
llore's to one ol' the rosyrcheeked niemhers of the
class. .lack proves to he quite noisy at timesg when
he is with a certain auburn-haired Senior, however, he
is n perfect gentleman. Though "Butch" really can
study if he so desires, his motto seems to be "ya can't
heat fun." His aim is to become a forest-ranger.
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MARY E. BUSS
155 Elm Street, Emmaus ,
Girls' Manual Arts Club 3: Debating 4, Senior
Class Play 4: Junior Orntoricnl Contest 3: Junior
Red Cross Council 1, 2: Junior Glee Club 25
Girls' Glee Club 3. 43 Mixed Glee Club 3, 45
Chorus 3, 45 Yearbook Stuff -lg Tnttler 4.
Mary is n nice und very sweet girl! She is quite u
talker. but she does have quite :i bit of wit and quite
n good singer. Mary, 11 loving und true friend is u
sweet little headache: but she is lots of fun! XVe wish
you ull the luck in the world, Mnry.
J. HAMILTON CARL
Baud 2, 3, 47 Drawing Club 4.
J. Hamilton Curl, nick named "Hum" by his clnss-
mntes, is :1 quiet sort of fellow: in fact, a great per-
uonulity. J. Ilxuniltou Curl is the kind of fellow every-
body likes to have for u pnl. We ull hope that he will
he as suecessful in future activities as he has been
during his four years in Enunuus lligh School.
MARY E. CHRISTMAN
324 North Fifth Street, Emmaus
Handwriting Club 3: Typing Club 4: Glee Club
3, 4g Chorus 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee 3.
"Suookunis" really is 11 good sport, but to many
students she seems to be very quiet. Her favorite sub-
jects are shorthand, bookkeeping, and typing. Her re-
wnrds every six weeks prove that she is u studious
girl. Housekeeping and steuogruphy interest Suookums,
und we know she will succeed in Whatever she attempts.
HARVEY A. COPE
127 North Second Street, Emmaus
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, -lg Tennis
Club 33 Dancing Club 4.
Hey! lYhut is ull the commotion? Oh! Only Cope
in :mother one of his niziny arguments. "Bomber" is
very popular and is liked by all uuml loved by one. But
coming down to more serious business if "Humber"
plays the game of life as he played throughout the four
years of his athletic career he will be Il great success.
RICHARD L. CORRELL
42 North Fourth Street, Emmaus
Handwriting Club 3: .Tournulistic Club 4: Senior
Class Pluy 4: Yearbook StuE 4: Junior Prom
"Mooney" is fl sturlious young chap. Whenever the
vluss soexus to he stuvk, Mooney pulls them out of the
rut. He uxiswers to his nuune with :I broual smile.
Mooney hus ambition to go to Couimereinl School after
graduation. I know we all wish him luck.
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MILTON D. CROSSLEY
Barto, Route 1
Bnuml 2, 3, 4.
Milton, one of the quiet fellows in the Senior Glass,
has been 11 fuithful Ineuiher of the hand since its organi-
zation in 19313. Milton is the lone representative from
llulT's Ulnuwrlx in our 1-loss. Though he is lnnlocixled
nhont: his future, with his gruy mutter Milton is certain
to lead :I successful life.
DOROTHY I. DANNER.
Emmaus, Route 1
Hnndwrltlng Gluh 3: Slzitch und Gossip Club 4:
Debating -1: Glee Club 4: Yearbook Stull? 4:
Tuttler Stuff 4.
Dorothy is one of the most studious ,frirls in our class,
and always answers to the name of "Dot" "Dot" is
the quiet type of person, und has her mind oII books-
if it is not wondering to the opposite sex. 0.K. Dot,
we wou't tell. "Dot" intends to be solueho1ly's stenog-
ruphor. Muy success be yours.
FRANKLYN T. DeE SCH
North Third Street, Emmaus
Football 2, 3, 4: Busebnll 4: Cooking Club 4:
Senior Class Play 4: Chorus 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4.
That noise you just heard was "Butler's" usb truck
coming :Ironnd the corner. "Butler" is noted for his
"corny" jokes and original giggle. His serious thoughts
concerns engineering which he intends to make his
future voontiou. The c-lnss of '39 hopes he will be as
successful in his engineering career us he is with his
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Commercial "Buck" Commercial "Wes"
North street, Emmaus 530 North Street, Emmaus
ACTIVITIES ACTH ITIES
Gym Team 2, 3, 45 Basketball 45 Gym Club 3,
43 Typing Club 45 Stage Manager 3, -lg Junior
Prom Committee 3.
Even though "Buck" is one of the phlcginatic persons
in our class, he is u great suporter and participator
in athletics, and when there is something to be done,
he is always the rst to volunteer to do it, His present
interests are aviation and girls, and we wish him great
success in both. Go to it "Buck!"
Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track
3, 43 Track Captain 4: Gym Captain 4: Gym
Team 1, 2, 3, 4: Athletic Gluh 35 Glee Club 4.
I'l'l!F9lltll'Ig' lady-killer DeVries! "lVes" has a crop
of uncontrollable blonde hair which has caught the eye
of many a fair damsel. "Wes" possesses athletic abil-
ity which he demonstrated in basketball, football and
track. He is undecided as what to do when he leaves
high school, but if we know "Wes", he will succeed
in anything he tries.
211 South Second Street, Emmaus
Monitor Club 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 43 Mixed
Glee Club 3: Chorus 3, 4, Tattler Staff 3, 4,
Class Officer 23 Cheerleader 3, 4, Junior Prom
Presenting the all-around pal of the Senior Class,
friendly and willing to lend a helping hand. Jean,
having n sense of humor, is always waiting for a good
pun. Jean, au excellent pianist, accompanies the
chorus. Jean expects to study home economics. Here's
wishing you lots of success in the future, Jean.
HARVEY 0. A. ECK
General "Ecky," "Two-point"
135 Main Street, Emmaus
Junior High Basketball 13 Basketball 4: Mans
ager 4: Baseball 3, 45 Journalist Club 45 Ath-
letic Club 3, Yearbook Stuff 4, Junior Prom
Presenting "two-point" Eck, heaveu's gift to basket-
ball, baseball, and the women. How about it "Maggy?"
Seriously, "Eeky" can really pitch. He was wild in
the beginning but now can be counted upon to wil.
Some day "Ecky" hopes to pitch the Phillies to 11 peu-
nant. Go to it kid, whiff them over and you will sues
ceed, Good Luck.
JEANNE M. ENGLEMAN
532 Broad Street, Emmaus
Senior Class Play 45 Yearbook Stuff 4: Tnttlcr
Staff 3, 4: Class President 13 Cheerleader -1.
Jeanne is popular with both boys and girls, hut is
usually found with a tall blonde athlete who answers
to the name of Hives." Jeanne hopes to attend college
after graduation, to study llnnn- Errmmuisrs. .lm-aune'a
sr-lmol spirit was well flisplayecl, as she was an able
cheerleader during her Senior Year. S1104-ess and hap-
piness from the class of '3iJ!
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JOHN R. ERICH
Zionsville, Route 1
Dancing Club 4.
Here you see a classmate woh hails from Zionsville.
ldrivh is not opposed to the opposite sex: in fact, he
knows them very well. We wonder what became of the
old green Buick. Erich has not decided on the future
hui: we know he eau conquer everything-even the girls.
The class nl? '30 wishes you luck iu the future.
VIRGINIA C. ESTERLY
654 Ridge Street, Emmaus
Typing Club 3: Dancing Club 49 Glee Club 3, 4,
Chorus 3, 4.
"Ginnie" is one of the fair lnssies of the Senior
Class. She is a studious person and is interested in the
Junior Class. "Hey, Ginnie, wait for me after school."
eau be heard almost everyday by that I-ertain someone
whose name is "Phihi." ller career after fzruwluutien
is somewhat uncertain but we know Virginia will be
NOBLE M. FAU ST
302 North Fifth Street, Emmaus
Tennis Club 35 Bicycle Club, President 4:
Orchestral 1, 23 Senior Class Play Committee 49
Junior Prom Committee
Ilere's to the gentleman leaving the title "Best dress-
ed male student." Ile sure is a quiet lad . . . some
times. Of course he's not interested in the weaker
sex . . . muh. Why should he he? A certain "Soph"
keeps him entirely too busy. Nvhat "Butch" really is
interested in is his father's trzule, aviation, business,
or . . . "sumpiu." But whatever it is, we're all for
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ASHER R. FRANKENFIELD
Allentown, Route 2
Footlmll 45 Bnsketbnll 3, 4: Baseball -1: Ath-
letic Club 3, 45 Cooking Club 43 Boys' Glue
Introducing the nmu with the beautiful wave in his
hnir! If at nnytime you unnnot lllll1lQilllll'l'lY locate
"Ash", look for a certain junior girl and yon'll be
sure to lind Ash trninsing nlong. His interest in nth-
letics :Incl souinl nciivities has Won him nmny friends.
Wlmtever you nnrlertake the eluss is behind you, "Ash"g
success be yours,
BERNARD W. GARDNER
Emmaus. Route 1
Hi-Y Club -lg Glec Club -lg Chorus 4.
We raunot say lnneh about Bernard, clue to the fact
that he vnnn- to us only four months neo, but nlreuily
he has won xnnny friends in the Senior Class. Bernard
lives on n fnrxn, und has deeialerl to keep on farming:
nffer he Q"l'ikI4lllilfPS. At present there seems to he no
1:nrtlv:nlnr fernnle in his life.
BEATRICE M. GEHMAN
426 Ridge Street, Emmaus
Glee Club 4, Typing Club 3. 4.
Here is the most polite girl of our eluss! fAsk the
clesksp. When she bumps 11 Llesk she says "Pardon
nie." Beatrix.-Ie proved to be quite :I "lxe:xrt-breuker"
to that certain someone. Coming to the more serious
side of things, Beatrice is il very studions girl. She
ranks ns one nf the highest in bookkeeping and com-
KARL W. GEISINGER
416 North Third Street, Emmaus
Football 2, 3, -lg Truck 2, 35 Hi-Y Club 43
Boys' Glee Club 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestral 1,
2, 35 Class President 2, 3, 43 Student Council 3.
l-lore is n mnu of great. ilnportnnce to our elnss. Karl
has been our president for the last three years, and
we nll think he rlirl very well. "G-eigy", ns we ull
cull him, hulls from Eniuxnus. He is "tall, dork and
hnn:lson1e" to some people. We all sincerely hope
"Geigy" comes out on top in anything he attempts.
EVELYN F. GILBERT
545 Ridge Street, Emmaus
Typing Club 4, Stitch and Gossip Club 3:
Glee Club -lg Monitor Club 3, 4: Chorus, 4.
Evelyn can allways be seen with "TedL1a." She is
rather quiet at times but is always sure to get her
daily exercise-especially of the jaw. "Evy" is not
very active in sports because she always sees the
Maunngie bus leave. Keep cool "Evy" we won't tell.
Evelyn is uncertain about her future but keep smiling,
we're with yon.
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228 Admin Street, Emmaus
Typing Club 3, 45 Glee Club 4.
Grace is hoping to he sonieoue's stenographer after
training in some Business College. She ranks very high
in the two eoniniercial subjects, bookkeeping and short-
hand. The opposite sex does not bother her to any
great extent although she does enjoy visiting Allen-
town once in n while. Success to you from us all!
I-IAZEL H. HARTMAN
Girl Reserves Club -lg Industrial Arts Club 33
Junior Decluniation Contest 3: Senior Class Play
-lg Girls' Glee Club 45 Chorus 4.
Here is the giggler ol' the Senior Class who hails
from Alburtls. The only time Ilnzel becomes serious
is when "Relly" is around. If you see a cloud of dust
and a whirl of wind in the classroom, that's Hazel!
She is always found near the band or orchestra. We
wonder why??? Hazel intends to enter training in the
ANNA C. HAUSER
728 Chestnut Street, Emmaus
Monitor Club 3, 45 Industrial Arts Club 3:
Yearbook Stall 4: Tattler Stuff 4: Junior Prom
Entre Anna, the gal upon whom all the fellows un-
load their troubles, Perhaps it's her material instinct.
Boys, to her, are like "ships that pass in the night"-
they conie and they go, and no one gives a hung. At
any rate, she hopes to enroll in a connnereial college
at the completion of her high school career.
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512 E. Street, Emmaus
Student Manager oi! Girls' Basketball Team 3,
45 Student Council 3, 45 Monitor Club 3, 4:
Chorus Secretary 43 Glee Club 23 Yearbook Staff
-lg Tattler Stuff 3, 45 Treasurer of the Class
3: Secretary of Class 4.
Arlene is one of our pretty, fair-haired lasslos. She
is very attractive to the opposite sex and has had a
few romances. She is very ambitious and has been
active in many school affairs. Her ambition is to be
a telephone operator or a hair dresser. We know she
will succeed in anything she attempts.
EARL S. HERTZOG
554 Chestnut Street, Emmaus
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track Z, 3, 4: Gym Team
2, 3, 43 Boys' Glee Club 4: Art Club 43 Journal-
ist Club 45 Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 45 Yearbook
Staff 4: Tattler Advertising Manager 4, Junior
Prom Committee 3.
"Fat" is the heaviest member of the class, probably
mlue to the fact that he has such an enormous appetite.
"Fat" really uses his weight to n good advantage, as
an excellent tackle on the football squad, and on the
track and gym teams. Earl intends to go further in
quest of an art education. Good luck "Fat."
MICHAEL A. HOPSTOCK
420 South Seventh Street, Emmaus
Athletic Manager 3, 45 Typing Club 3, 43
Senior Class Play 45 Debating 45 Chorus 4.
Here is one of our athletic managers, "Mike" likes
to run around looking busy and ambitious. In his own
busy way he knows all the gossip,-and I advise you
not to argue with him. XVell so long "Mike." With
that crop of brains, and that pleasing personality, we
know that you will succeed.
HARRY R. HORN
Academic ' "Harry"
Cross Ros.d's Farm, Route 1, Zionsville
Boys' Glee Club 3, 43 Hi-Y Club 35 Chorus 3, 4.
Since joining our class in the beginning of our junior
year, Harry has established quite a reputation musically
by succeessfully handling lending roles in, "The Count
and the Coed", and "In Arcadyl' Harry has sacrificed
much time and effort in serving on many committees,
and the class is grateful for his services. Here's wish-
ing success to a decent, intelligent chap.
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Academic "Oil" Commercial "Tedda"
26 North Fourth Street, Emmaus E 560 Chestnut Street, Emmaus
Boys' Glee Club -L: Mixed Glec Club 3, 4:
Monitor Club 3, 47 Buncl 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1,
2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 43 Tuttler Stull' 43 Associutc
Editor 33 Editor-in-Chief 4: Yearbook Stuff 4:
Lieutenant of the Monitor Club 4.
"Oli" is an ull-around scholar in music :ind journal-
ism. His extru uutivities gut him several things-
tuking his tenor voice for ixistzaixwe, cfultivuted for thu
operettu lust your, won him n vc-ry tnlkutivv- junior.
Typing Club 3, 4: Glue Club 43 Chorus 4: Junior
Prom Committee 3.
Who is doing ull that giggling in Law Class? Why
'Ferldzl of course! And can she giggle? Teddn can be
seen strolling down Chestnut Street after school with
her body-guurd, Bill. Ur did I suy bodyaguard? Teddn
expects to take up housekeeping utter graduation und
we know Bill will like her cooking. Success to you,
WILLIAM C. KECK
232 North Fifth Street. Emmaus
Bit-ycle Club 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, -iz llunml 2,
3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4: Boys' Glen Club 3, 4.
Introducing one of the silent members of the class.
"Ken-ky" muy socnn quiet outwardly, but he has no
trouble nt ull with the opposite sox. XVheuever n car
is needed for some event or function "Keeky" can bn
depended upon for u Buick. "Kr-oky" has not yet
chosen his life work, but he expects to enter the
EARLE L. KELLER
31 South Sixth Street, Emmaus
Art Club 3, Bic-yn-le Club 4: Dramatic 1, 2:
Glee Ulub 35 Chorus 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 3, 4:
Junior Prom Committee 3.
If you nre ever down town und see n iisxshily dressed
g.:cutlenInn nrrungixxgx nicrchnndiso in one of Grnumi-r's
windows, you :fun be sure that is Earle. Eurle wus u
member of tho cheering: squud in his junior und senior
years und wus one of the si-hooI's most sensationul
jittorbugs. If fate is kind Earle will become n famous
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ELIZABETH J. KERAK
748 Furnace Street, Emmaus .
Varsity Basketball 4: Hockey -it Baseball 2, 3,
4: Handwriting Club 3: Typing Club -4: Glee
"Kid Kei-ak" just simply dnesu't feel at home unless
slu- has a basketball in her hands. But we all know
that she is a swell athlete. lVc hr-ar she is not iu-
teresforl in the opposite sux, but we know llifferent
don't wc? Kid is "small" but iuiggliiy. li' you lei-l
blue just :Lv to "Kerala" sho will cheer you up!
MARTIN L. KLINE, JR.
16 South Third Street, Emznaus
lv'ootbull 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, Boys' Glee Club
3, 4, Hi-Y Club 3, 4, Mixed Glee Club 3: Chorus
2, 3, Al: Junior Orutorical Contest 3.
"Marry" is u luunlsrnne lad who thinks he van win
the ladies' he-arts by wearing a uniform. Ile has
already joined the National Guards and is hoping to
win an appointment to West Point. His keen mind,
common sense, and determination will surely get him
to his vnveted destination. Here's wishing the best
of everything ta il grand guy!
JOHN L. KRATZER
301 North Third Street, Emmaus
Boys' Glue Club 4, Aviation Club 3, 4: Chorus 4.
"Kramer" is one of the quiet innmhers of the class.
In his spare time lux designs and builds gras model nir-
plaucs. "Iirntzer" besides In-hu.: interested in airplanes
is interested in the fairer sex but as yet has not settled
down to anyone. After High School "Kratzer" expects
to further his education at an aeronautical school to
learn flying and designing.
VVILLIAM H. KRIEBEL
Commercial "Kriebel," "Willie"
91 South Church Street, Macungie
Hi-'Y Club 3. -l.
William is zu rather quiet sort of follow and does not
pay auu-h attention to the opposite sex. "Krlebel"
hails from that large city of Macungio and is one of its
leading ping-pong players. lVilli:un is undecided as to
what he will undertake in the future, but we are sure
he will be a big success. Good luck-"Willie,"
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GEORGE F. LAUBACH
Emmaus, Route 1
Hi-Y Cluh 39 Tennis Club 4: Monitor Club 3, 4.
George, who hulls from the outskirts of Emmons, is :I
quiet young chap whose hobby is driving :I ear and on
various occasions he can be heard urgruing nbout. the
Hudson. Although "Gog's" future is still uncertain we
ure sure that he will be successful in whatever he
attempts. Good Luck Gcorsre!
DONALD F. LAUDENSLAGER
401 North Fifth Street, Emmaus
Basketball 35 Truck 25 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4,
Band 2, 3, 45 Chorus 4: Tattler Staff 4g Junior
Prom Committee 3.
Donny, one of the tallest members of our class, is n
sindious young niun, possessing many promising quali-
ties. Donny hus il liking for the opposite sex, especially
for :I certain Miss from Alburtis. Don't worry Donny,
we wen't tell that she is "Butch." Donny intends to
attend some business College after leaving high school.
We wish you luck.
CHARLOTTE I. LONG
Academic "Shot gun"
Emmaus, Route 1
Basketball 2, 3, 45 Cnptnin 43 Baseball 2, 3, 49
Cnptnln 33 Hockey Cnptnin 45 Gym Team 2, 3,
4: Girl Reserves Club 43 President 43 Girls'
Glee Club 3, 4: Student Council 3. 43 Treasurer
33 Vice President -lg Chorus 3, -l,
Whut's that awful rocket? It's only "Shot gun"
cheering for Emmons at n game. "Shot gun" is an
outstanding athlete in our clnss. Maybe she get her
strength by milking cows!!! XVho knows? "Ye Faith-
ful Ford" brings her to school each day.
ALVIN F. MARSTELLER
Macungie, Route 1
Drumutie Club lg Hi-Y Club 3: President of
the Ili-Y Club 45 Boys' Glee Club 3, 43 Mixed
Glee Ulub :lg Chorus 3, fly Yearbook Stnlf 4.
Alvin l-'. Mursteller hails from Mncungie, Route 1. Ile
is ll ruther quiet member of the class, but very active
in CXfl'5l-l'lll'l'iK'll1lll' activities. He does not, however let
these interfere with his studies. Alvin intends to con-
tinue his studies beyond high school and become un
undertnker. Xve know he will be successfuL
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RICHARD M. MARTZ
108 South Church Street, Macungie
Basketball 1, 2, 3, -lg Captain 45 Baseball 1, 2,
3, -lg Athletic Clnh 45 Typing Club 4: Tennis
Club 3, -L
Presenting a great basketball and lmselmll star! A
gentleman whose experiences extend into the kitclien,
especially washing dishes! A :road tip for you, Jenn.
Maybe it's his curls but he vnu attract the ladies!
Beware girls! "Dick" likes in be il pest on olfualsimi.
"lli4'k" intends to bovmne :1 "IL P. A." lVith his
ability u'e're sure ho will succeed.
JEAN E. MERKEL
54 North Sixth Street, Emmaus
Typing Club 3, 45 Glee Club 4: Senior Clnss
Presenting one of the smaller lnssies of our class.
"Stlunnpy" however, has landed her tnll, dark and
hnndsome. Guess Who! His initials are Il. M. Jenn
is well liked by both sexes, She is usually soon strolling
through the hulls with a couple of friends. Good luck!
WILLIAM A. MERKEL
Gym Club 33 Hi-Y Club 44.
l'resenting to you n quiet but aminble lad who hails
from Alhnrtis. lVilli:un, better known among his eluss-
mates as "Speedy" Ho doesn't say much but does
plenty, and does it well. William Inns high nmbitiens
ol' being a big league pitcher, prelfernbly with the St.
Louis Cardinals. Well, whatever he does, he'll pltcll
n good game.
CHARLES W. MILLER
General ' "Chass"
114 Race Street, Macnngie
Hi-Y'Club 3: Monitor Club 3, 4: Bicycle Clnb
-lg Chorus 35 Yearbook Staff 4.
An argument - Snbjectll? - Automobiles, especially
Chryslers. Whenever you hear someone talking nhoni
Chrystlers, you know "Chass' 'is around. lVe wonder
why? Could it be the fairer sex? All kidding aside,
HCIHISSH, who hails from Maenngie, is a peculiar type
of chap, and experts to nttend Bliss Electrical School.
Lots of luck "Chass"g we are sure you'll attain great
MARILYN M. MILLER
227 North Seventh Street, Emmaus
Glee Club 3, -lg Typing Club 33 Dunning Club 4:
Chorus 3, -l.
Marilyn is one of the few hlolnles in our vlnss. Being
a quiet girl, she keeps her sec-rets to herself. "Blondie's"
interests ure not in the Senior Glossy she keeps them
outside. Okay Marilyn we won't tell: keep "him" just
for yourself. "lSlondie" is not certain whut she will
do nfter grmluutiong whatever she does we know she
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1125 Pennsylvania, Avenue, E
Dosebull 35 Trunk Munuger -lc Te
Hi-Y Club 35 Monitor Club 3, 4:
nuis Club -lg
On side please. here comes the biggest boy of the
1-lass, und we :lo :neun big. Although
"Pete" isu't any
too rouiuntiv, his thoughts seein to he set on u certain
fresluuun girl who hnils from Alhurtis.
huvv any pnrtivulnr thing in mind. but whntever it ls,
he will sure be sun-cessful. Good-bye
JEANNE D. MOHR
678 Chestnut Street, Emmaus
Junior Varsity Iiuskctbnll 1, 2: Varsity llusket-
bnll 33 Hockey 4: lnwlnstrlul Arts Club -lg Moni-
tor Club 3, 4: Senior Ulnss l'lny -l: Junior Om-
torivul Contest 35 Yenrbook Stuff -lg Student
Council 33 Junior Proul Connnittei- 3.
Jeonno ls one of the best girls in our elnss beenuse
of her ubillty in sports und other activities. She luis u
pleasing' pursornllity und is likell by everyone in our
ffluss. .leunno studies hard in Commercial subjects null
hopes to 1-ouiiuue :xt u conunorulnl sr-hool. The class
of '39 wishes her lots of luck in the future.
:xml Hood luck,
RUTH E. MONTZ
Girls' Bnsehnll 2, 3, -ly Girls' Basketball 3, 4:
Iloc-key 45 Monitor Club 3, -l: Girl Reserves 43
Secretory, 45 Industrial Arts Club
3: lllev Ulub
4: Chorus 4: Class Sec-retnry 3.3 Yearbook Srufl'
-lg Junior Prom Committee 3.
llere she comes, the lass who lmils
from 0 ld Zions-
villo. Hhe's n good sport, swell uthlcte, ond an pleasing:
person. Ruth wnnts to bevonn: n nurse ul'ter leaving
our Alum Mater. We believe she will bo sucvessful,
lIere's wishing you lots of luck, Ruth.
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BETTY C. MOYER
428 North Fifth Street, Emmons
Girls' Glee Club 3, 45 Typing Club 3, 43 Chorus
3, 45 Junior Prom Cmnrnittee 3.
My gosh what was tl1at??!! 011, its only "Wiiidy"
laughing again!! She and Fern are great pals and are
nlwuys laughing. 'tWinrly" is enthusiastic about two
things, Toptou, and ice-skating!! No kidding "Windy"
is n lovely and ambitious girl. One of her ambitions
is to be ai commercial artist. We are certain she will
succeed. Good Luck "Wiudy." .
RAVELLAN H. NEITZ
31 North Fourth Street, Emmaus
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 47
Stage Manager 3, 45 Junior Prom Committee 3.
"Relly" is about the biggest boy in the Senior
Clnss. He is :1 very good trombone player and is very
active in the band, orchestra, and the school jazz orch-
estra. Ile is il very good student and we are sure
that wlmtever he attempts he will be a success in it,
and we all wish him the best of luck.
BERNARD W. NEUMEYER
21 East Main Street, Macungie
Hi-Y Club 3: Dancing Club 43 Class Play Selec-
tion Committee 4.
Bernard Neuinoyer, better known to ns as "Barney"
hails from Macungie. He is one of the few in our
class, who really knows his stuff when he comes to
classes. "Barney" is the pnstxnastei-'s son, and I
suppose we all know what his job will be after he
leaves the good old Eluinuus High School.
PAULINE A. NOLL
Academic "Pan," "Polly"
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Bzisketlmll 3, 49 Hockey 43
Glee Club 35 Choral Speaking Club 3: Sewing
Club 43 Chorus 33 Junior Declnmntion Contest 3:
Junior Prom Committee 3.
Yes, folks! it's none other than "Pan", better known
as "Polly," Her one weakness is talking. Nevertheless
she is u good sport and n willing worker. "Pun" loves
the great-out-doors and is very active in sports, espe-
cially basketball. K'Polly" is usually seen with "Fifi"
and "The Twins." She expects to go ln training at
the Allentown Hospital. Success be hers!
WILBUR W. PAULES
53 North Seventh Street, Emmans
Gym Team 35 Ili-Y Club 45 Band 2, 3. 4: Year-
book Staff 45 Junior Prom Committee 3.
Presenting another "Classroom terror." Wilbur is
an ardent buselmll fan and an expert baker ut our
locnl bakery. As to his interest in the fairer sex, he
seems to have fl different interest every day. Sumo day
aucoinpunied hy his pal Albright, he hopes to visit, and
perhaps inhabit, frigid Alaska. Ilere's wishing you
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143 East Main Street, Emmaus
Typing Club 35 Dancing' Club 4: Give Club 3, 4:
Chorus 3, -l.
"Bull" is El very quiet girl, but outside of school-
oh my! I believe u certain Alumni named "Domi"
would know more about this than we do. "Dunk"
seems to be her highest point of interest! Go ahead
"limi", thut's Okay. "Bull", a staunch friend to all
her tfIllSSllll1I'CS, expects to he someonc's stenographer
anrl surely sho will succeed.
THEODORE H. REITZ
Allentown. Route 2
Itaselnall -lg Typing fllnh 4: llnnrlwritilnfr Club 33
Yearbook Stall 4.
Ileitz is il line, lieavy built. good-uuturccl young main,
usually hailed as "Clil1hhy," Ile always greets :i person
with n hrmnl smile. "l'hnhhy' hails from the country,
a place called Minesite. Ile is Fl very stndious young
man and is likerl by everyone int-luding tho girls. Ilis
ambition is to become a typist.
MAE E. E. RENNER
Emmus, Route 1
Stitvh and Gossip Club Hg Dramatic Club 43
Debating 4: Mixed Glee l'lnh 2, 3, -lg Ohorus 3, 4.
Mae is the singer of the Senior Glnss who comes to
sc-heol on the Upper Milford Bus. Mae has her eye on
n certain Senior from 0141 Ziousville. We wou't tell it
is, Hamilton. Mae was one of the good dehntorz-1 this
your, She hopes to slug with a famous orchestral some
day. We wish you ull the luck.
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627 Chestnut Street, Emmaus
Truck 4: Gym Team 4: Typing Cluh 3. 4: Glee
Cluh 3, -lg Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2: Chorus
2, 3, 4: Operetta 3, 4.
A scholar, who has n very keen mind both in music
nnd other subjects, llill likes to use his own juzlpznwntg
and he can visually conquer anything: he sets out to do.
Bill plays a very "hot" trumpet and will surely suc-
eeed with that instrument. In spite of being: very
bnny, he still finds time to vourt his lassie.
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PHYLLIS E. SCI-IANTZENBACH
650 Walnut Street, Emmaus
Dann-ing Club 4: Stitch and Gossip Club 3:
Glee Uluh 3, -lg Chorus 3, 45 Yearbook Stan? 4.
XVhat is all the talking about in study periods Just
"Phil" talking about her interest in Allentown. We
used to wonder why "Phil" wanted to attend choir
practices more often, but now her interest lies some
other plnee. Getting down to serious business, "Phil"
knows her stun' and wi- are sure she will succeed in
whatever she attempts.
WILBUR K. SCHANTZENBACH
650 Walnut Street, Emmaus
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Captain 4: Junior Varsity
Basketball 1, 25 Varsity Basketball 3, -tg Base-
ball 2, 3, -lg Track 3, 43 Athletic Ulnh 3, -lg
Boys' Glee Club 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4.
Here we find another athlete of the class ot '39. He
was our foothnll captain, and was on the basketball.
baseball, and track teams. "Whip" is popular with
all the girls, no wonder he cannot rind a particular one
to suit him. "Whip" expects to go to college and the
class of '39 wishes him the best of luck.
EVANGELINE R. SCHULER
Handwriting Cluh 35 Girl Reserves Cluh 45
Debating 45 Girls' Glee Club 4: Chorus 4.
Who is that blonde who just rushed into the room?
Why it'x none other than "Sehuler." Did you ever
hear hor talk about the time "When I was small." But
then, "SClllI10l"' goes for small people, doesn't she
"Midget"?? To the men! Watch out for that small
blonde nurse when she goes whizzing post your bed!
Sl1e'll mow yu down!
' WILLIAM SCI-IUSTER
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Footlmll -lg Truck 2, 3, 4:
Athletic Club 3: Cooking Club 3: Glee Club 4:
Chorus 3, 4, Tnttler Stull? 4.
Wvillinm is one of the better known residents of Vern
Crnz. Be has n reputation for playing n "menu" guitar
:intl knows what dancing is all nhnnt. "Bnshi'ul Willie"
as he is known to A'lll0St,, girls, has already estnblislwd
his nthletie prowess nt E. ll. S. nnd Lehigh Valley
sports circles. Willie is one innn who cnnnot help being:
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GERALD W. SECHLER
Dnucing Club 4.
Let us introdnoe you to "Alfred" as Gerald is het-
fer known mnong his intinuites. Gerald, ll very studions
person, is interested in the scientific world. You cnn't
"horse" him on nnything technical. He is nn nll around
good fellow on whatever he muy undertake to do. lVe
wish Alfred nll the luck in the world.
ROBERT P. SHIVE
Commercial "Bob," "Shive"
502 Wyoming Street, Allentown
Handwriting: Club 35 Iiivyc-le Club -fl.
"Shire" is another of our quiet and bnshfnl boys:
unless ynn iind him with n Lining' with whnxn he is
well ncqnnintud: thnlfs different. He enters into the
fun and new and then has il joke tu offer. Bob hun
qualities whit-h nre hidden from those who do not
know him. Lots ot' hu-lc to you "Bob,"
EDNA M. SMITH
Coopersburg, Route 2
Ilnnrlwriting Club 3, Girls' Glce Clnh -lg Tnttler
Ednn has n kind disposition and is nlwnys ready to
extend n helping hnndg this "Good SIllIl5ll'lf,Illl1' trail:
hns won her ninny friends. Efhm is very stndions nt
certain times. She is fond of shorthand und typing.
Ednn's aunbition is to go to the A. B. C. nfter gradual'
tion. She ituends to become 11 stenogrnplier. Luck to
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141 Main Street, Emmaus
Art Club 3, 4g President 4, Glee Club 45
Joe is one of Mr. lValbert's pet neeves in the art
class, but when he Wants to, he really can work, nnd
his nnlsternieces are something to behold. His inain
interests ure in church activities und scouting. Joe
intends to continue training ut Citizens Military Truin-
ing Camp, Fort Hoyle, Maryland, in the Field Artillery.
JAMES R. STANSFIELD
402 Broad Street, Emmaus
Boys' Glee Club 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Chorus 3, 43
Tnttler Stuff 3.
Among our classmates with artistic tastes, a blonde
and fuir fellow who is known by the name of "Jimmy"
is easily the most evident. He is always reudy to
enter a conversation pertaining to music: or drnmu, und
his talents in these iields lend ns to believe that some
fine art will surely profit through his versatility.
LORRAINE M. STOUDT
Commercial "Lanny," "Blondie"
Emmaus, Route 1
Handwriting Club 3, Glee Cluh 49 Home Ec-
XVe1l, here comes "Blondie" who hulls from the
cider press junction. I always wondered why Lorraine
didn't take Snlesxnunship to be "Chicks" partner sel-
ling Automobiles. She is very studious in shorthand
und typing. We do not know Lorraiue's plans after
leaving High School, but we do know Lorraine will
WALTER C. STOUDT
Commercial "Reds," "Waldo"
1029 Pennsylvania. Avenue, Emmaus
Monitor Club 3, 4: Journulistic Club 4: Business
Mnunger 45 Boys' Glee Club 49 Cluss Vice
President 33 Student Council 33 President 4:
Debating 4: Junior Orntorical Contest 3: Chorus
4, Yearbook Stuff 43 Business Manager 4.
Here he is, the nmn who handles the business end of
the Tattler. lVulter is liked by everyone. If he isnt
seen with "Pete" Miller, then he must be with one of
the fair sex, not mentioning names. Being interested
in Nature, he expects to study forestry, and we know
he'll be successful. Best of luck "Reds."
LORRAINE E. SWAVELY
336 South Twelfth Street, Emmans
Public Speaking Club 3: Junior Deelaniation
Contest 3: Debating 4: Glee Club 4: Chorus -lg
Tattler Stuff 3, 4.
Lonnie, with the dark eyes and brown hair, hails
from the west end of town and is a very stuclious girl.
She enjoys dranunties, but most ol' all she enjoys
"L'l1arlie." Getting down to serious business: we
know she will turn out to be a private secretary for
some employers. Who knows, it might be in a shoe
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Emmaus, Route 1
Basketball 2: Industrial Arts Club 3, lllonitor
Club 3, -1: Firl Reserves Club, Treasurer 4:
Glee Club 4: Chorus 4: Senior Class Play 4:
Student Manager 4.
Quite n good snort is "Chiekie," always ready to
take part in things when she is asked. Her ambition
is to be a Home EVIIIIUIIIIUS Teavher. lVith ber pleasing:
personality. we are sure she is on ,the road to success.
1'harlofte 1-an be found at all the school functions, we
WILLIAM H. TRUMBORE '
819 Chestnut Street. Emmaus
lfootball 1: Basketball 1: Athletic Club 3:
Typing Club -lg Boys' Glee Club 4.
XVilliam, the woman hater ol' the class!!! She must
be what he likes best because that is what he does
in school. fI'robubly flue to nightlifej. Skipping school
is also a favorite of Bill's-maybe it is to go on n
candy route to ltending. Bill would like to be a candy
salesman. "Go to it. "Bill"
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MARGARET H. VETRO SKY
403 South Seventh Street, Emmaus
Girls' Junior Varsity Basketball 2: Girls' Vars-
ity Basketball 3, 4: Girls' Varsity Hockey 4:
Industrial Arts Club 4: Monitor Club 3, 4: Girls'
Glen Club 2: Chorus 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Junior
Prom Committee 3: Student Council 3, -1.
'iMaggie" is a good friend to all who know her. She
is one of the happy-go-lucky girls of our class. "Maggie"
takes frequent trips to the Valley Forge Military
Aeaclelny-we wonder wl1y??? NVe do not know what
"Maggie" intends to do or what she is interested in.
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FERNE A. WALTER JULIA M. WALTER
Commercial "Butch" Academic "Walter"
543 Elm Street. Emmaus 427 Chestnut Street, Emmaus
Girls' Glee Club 3, -ig Typing Club 43 Stitch
and Gossip Club 33 Chorus 3, -13 Yearbook Stuff
4: Junior Prom Conunittee 3.
Fern is one of the witty students of our class. She
is :I rezuly, willing, and nhle 4-nnversntionnlistz in other
words il gossip! Fern is quite active in school work
mul hns many interests, one of whivh is that little
plauze culled Tonton. We wonder what is interesting
there! "Butr'lI", as her friends cull ber, hopes to
heroine somebody's stenog. some rlny.
Gym Team 1, 23 Class Treasurer 4: Tattler
Staff 3, -Lg Junior Prom Committee 3.
Tnke heed! Count your change before leaving XVIII-
ter's grocery store. lVhy? Because Julia is chief
cashier. Julia likes to write melodrannas, in which
nppenr villinns with lnindlehnr IIIIJUSUICIIOS, and hund-
some heroes in the nick of time. After graduation
Julia and Gloria hope to open Il lunch room. NVith
Ju1in's clerking experience and Glorin's dishwashing
ability, they should be quite successful.
GUY LAVERNE WAMBOLD
Commercial ' "Wump"
124 Maeungie Avenue, Emmaus
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 3, 4: Athletic Club
A 3, -lg Boys' Glee Club 3, -lg Vhorus 3, 4.
When you wnut il question nnswered I-nll on Hxvlllllllu
xvlllllllllld. Guy is n quiet fellow when the girls :ire
around, but when he's with the fellows what :I racket
he nnlkes! Guy is nn :Ill around good sport. NVe wish
Guy the best of luck, even though we know he will
succeed in whatever he undertnkes.
GLORIA K. WENNIG
30 North Second Street, Emmaus
Bicycle Clnh 4, Illlll?l'll2'ltl0lllll Arts Club 33
Band 3, -L.
Behold! The only fem of our elnss in the high school
lmnd. But is it possible that hor mnsicrul talent is the
only reason fur her interest in this organization? Glorin
is very quiet when the opposite sex is concerned, but
"still wnter often runs deep!" Glorin is rnrely seen
without Julia: they are as nnseparnble as Siamese
PAULINE L. WOODRING
1041 Pennsylvania Aveiue, Emmaus
Typing Club 43 Monitor Club 3, -l: Ilandwriting
Club 3: Senior Glass Play -lg filce Club -lg
Polly is n dark eyed girl who is well liked by every-
one. Chewing gum is her chief hobby, and you will
rind ber chief topic ol' conversation is vheniistry. That,
however, is only natural, because some clay Polly is
going to be n second lflori-uve Ni::htiu::alo. Follow your
ambition, Polly, and we know you will succeed.
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WARREN R. ZENTNER
528 Jubilee Street, Emmaus
Tennis Club 3: Dancing Club 4, Cooking Club 4:
Monitor Club 3, -Lg Boys' Glee Club 23 Yearbook
lVarren one of the snnlllost boys in the senior
4-luss. In his liesure tinne, he studies which is very
little. Warren lives in the town of Ennuaus unal is
usually found at the Enmns Athletic Club, loc-ated at
lfiftli nnrl lironul Streets. Warren has no rlovlderl future,
but we are sure he will unset with sun-1.-oss.
Academic "Baldy," "Howy"
221 Main Street, Emmaus
Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, Monitor Club 3, 43 Mixed
Cleo Club 33 Cuptnin of Monitor Ulub 4, Bund
2, 3, -lg Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: President -lg
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Proslrlent 4: Tuttler Stuff 33
Senior Cluss Play -lg Junior l'rrun Committee 3.
Here is al lesser mental giant who believes in uny-
thiug revolutionary. Baldy reaches live feet seven
inches toward the sky and this gentle Sex adores every
inch of this black haired beauty. Howdy seems to nt-
tach all his passion to his violin.
FAYE M. YOACHIM
Emmaus, Route 1
Gym Team 2, 43 Girl Reserves Club -1: Stitch
and Gossip Club 33 Senior Class Play 4: Year-
book Stull' -l: Junior Prom Committee
Here comes one of the tiniest nieinbers of the class.
Yes, ir's "Fifi," Faye is the type who appreciates
:L good joke and generally has one to offer in return.
Dancing nncl hiking are her hobbies, and talking seems
to be her specialty. Faye intends to go in training at
the Euston Hospital. Success be with her.
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Boqer, Betty Houser, Doreen
Boqert, leanetta Houseknecht, lean
Boyer, Adele Iobst, Sadie
Bruder, Elizabeth Kline, Emma
Danner, Beatrice Knappenberqer, Carol
Derr, Rhea Knauss, Mary Ellen
Durbak, Irene Kocis, Helen
Erb, Annetta Koneski, Mary
Feqley, Buble Kulp, Arlene
Fellman, Emily Leibert, loyce
Schultz, Mary Ellen
Geisinqer, Luella Lichtenwalner, Arlene
Hamscher, Geraldine Lorish, Ruth
Hensinqer, Nellie McCutcheon, lean
Hertzoq, Faith Meitzler, Blanche
Hoffman, Helen Menael, Irene
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Christman, Barianna Hopstock, Sophia
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F enstermaker, Mae
Roth, Betty lane
Schuler, Betty lane
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Backensto, Madlyn Frederick, Betty
Balasack, Margaret Gearhart, Ferne
Buss, Charlotte Houseknecht, Madeline
Carl, Arline lobst, Hannah
Chihul, Rosalie Iandrisevitz, Catherine
Clingenpeel, Lucile Kerak, Agnes
Laubach, Evelyn Rosenberger, Harvella
Lipyanik, Rose Marie
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President, KARL GEISINGER
Vice President, GUY WAMBOLD Secretary, ARLENE HERSH
Treasurer, IULIA WALTER
Faculty' Advisors, MISS BEARY, MR. ORTT
CLASS OF 1940
President, DONALD WETHERHOLD
Vice President, WILBUR BREY Secretary, IOANNA WENTZ
Treasurer, OLGA N ICKELE
Faculty Advisors, MISS HAUSER, MR. WALBERT, MR. FRANTZ
CLASS OF 1941
President, IEAN RICE
Vice President, MARILYN HUYETT Secretary, TI-IELMA KNAUSS
Treasurer, RUTH BERNHARD
Faculty Advisors, MISS COOK, MISS MCLEAN, MR. DEISCHER, MR. BENFIELD
CLASS OF 1942
President, IOHN TREBY
Vice President, MARY MIKLENCIC Secretary, ALICE MEHI
Treasurers, MILLEDINE GRIM, ARTHUR FISHER, BRUCE BORTZ
Faculty Advisors, MISS STRAUSS, MR. BECKER, MR. HUMPHREYS,
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Now that parting time is near
In our thoughts we dream our dreams,
Not only of the past so dear-
Even future hopes, it seems,
Travel dimly through our brains.
Endless pleasures we have shared
Ever working for our gains:
Never caring how we fared.
Twelve years have passed, some fast, some slow,
I-Iowever, we have tried our best:
Indeed we hope We've made a show
Regardless of the work that steeped.
Time has brought us many joys,
Yearly treasures we have reaped.
Now, it's time to say farewell,
In our hearts we pine and sigh-
Not for books, but friends-ah well-
Emmaus High School-goodbyel
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Senior Class History
History is a record of man, so say the historians. This history concerns
only 92 MEN, and WOMENg in other words, the Class of 1939.
These 92 students entered the Emmaus High School in 1936 as "corny"
freshmen, who thought they knew something of the world at large. But were
these freshmen surprised when they discovered they were nothing but a
cluster of green grapes in the vineyard of education!
These scholars ta-heml decided to have a Hallowe'en Party and every one
attending this shindig had a grand and glorious time. The year slipped by so
fast that it was Iune before these freshmen knew what had happened.
Two months passed quickly, and again our friends labored at their
"readin', ritin', and 'rithmetic." Our Sophomore friends decided to have an-
other iamboree, and since they had had so very much fun at their first Hal-
lowe'en party, they decided to have another. The second one was as much
of a success as the first.
The mid-year was soon over and their Sophomore year was coming to
an end, when some bright little cheruh looked into his handbook, and to his
surprise and amazement found that sophomores were allowed two social
functions a year. Were these kids surprised, or were they? They were! Their
class president called a class meeting and our friends decided to have a
"Sophomore Hop." Gosh, but these Cherubs were excited! They walked
through the corridors with their heads held high, 'cause their class was the
first class of sophomores ever to hold a dance. Boy, oh boy!!! The dance
came and went with little excitement for the Sophomores, of course. Soon,
very soon, after that, lune 22nd rolled around, which meant a whole two
months of no worries. At least no school worries.
On September sixth our friends again entered the old camping grounds.
This time they were luniorsl Thing of it - Iuniors. This meant that, next to
the Seniors, they ran the high school--tthey hopedll Among this population
of ll7 were found several who had athletic ability treal he-rnenlp others who
had oratorical ability: and some who could sing.
These socially minded lunior friends had soon made plans for their first
social function, which was another Hallowe'en party: only this time it was a
dance. At Christmas they had another dance: for what would Christmas be
to the Iuniors without a dance to prove to Saint Nick that they could really be
good boys and girls?
In April, the big occasion finally arrived - the lunior Prom - the largest
prom ever to be held at the Cwl's Home.
Several years previously, some Iunior class had begun the custom of
sponsoring a farewell dance for the upper classmen. Our Iuniors did their
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part in furthering this custom by sponsoring a rip-roaring dance for the so-
called dignified Seniors, in the form of a "Hobo Dance." That dance made
Before these jolly luniors had chance to say "lack Robinson," the school
had locked its doors for another two months.
That last vacation went by like lightning. ln another "lack Robinson"
those same familiar faces entered the same familiar institution of learning, but
its name was changedg from the Emcxus High School to Emmaus High School.
1938-1939 being the last year these students had in school they decided
to use it to good advantage, not to spend it only on recreation. Besides athletes,
orators, and songsters, we found that there were several Greta Garbos and
Robert Taylors who staged two magnificent plays.
tune 22nd arrived so quickly that it took a long time for these students to
realize they were graduates of the Emmaus High School.
The ambition of the world peace makers, that there would never be a
World War again, had not been realized. About the middle of the twentieth
century the world witnessed the worst War it had ever seen. Immediately!
thereafter followed a period of reconstruction. Because a southern country
had neglected to provide for its self-defense, that country was overtaken by
the queerest man who ever paced this old earth. Several years before the
terrible war this man had instilled fear into the hearts of the people through-
out the world by bringing to life a destructive monster that had been created
by his father. But during the war this man killed the monster by pushing him
into a pit of boiling sulphur. The man was none other than Wolf Frankenstein
who had now changed the name of this southern country to Elasco. A fortress
of fear was built under his direction, and called Bucyrus.
At Bucyrus were located his large laboratories, offices, and archives. The
fortress was, in reality, the capitol of the country. Except for this one aggres-
sive and scientific city, the country was progressing no faster than it always
had even though it was under the supreme rule of this reputed fiend. People
went about their business as before, with the same ambition and cheerfulness.
Despite the fact that the people thought they were being ruled by a fiend, he
was doing everything in his power to make this country the best and mightiest
in the World. Frankenstein had achieved his one ambition: to become ruler of
a large country, and then to be non-imperialistic.
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It was during this stage of World progress that we, Phyllis Schantzenbach
and Wilbur Paules, decided to pay a friendly visit to this great monarch. Our
homes were located a great distance from Bucyrus. Because of the topograph-
ical conditions of this southern country, we were going to use different means
We left home early one morning in spring. As the first part of our trip
was to be taken by airplane, we hurried to get to the airport on time. Suddenly
the fate which befalls all speed demons came upon us. We heard the shrill
note of a policeman's whistle, and came to a halt. A state Motor Policeman,
with broad shoulders and a stern face, approached us. We looked at him
with a feeling that we had seen him before. Yes, it was our good friend Martin
Kline. He was overjoyed at meeting us, and when we departed, the ticket was
still in his possession.
At last we were at the airport. Here we were introduced to our pilot, Earl
Deibert, who had realized his boyhood ambition.
As we entered the office building of the airport, we noticed on our left a
large bulletin board. We saw a poster stating that Arlene Hersh, the famed
aviatrix, was to appear at that airport in two weeks. She was going to give a
stunt demonstration assisted by her able attendant Mary Buss.
Our pilot flew us to our next destination, at which we were to spend the
night. When we arrived, it was early afternoonp so, we decided to seek some
entertainment. First we selected a beautiful hotel for our night's lodging, and
found that the hotel was owned by William Schuster. We asked him about
some good entertainment for the afternoon. He suggested, "Why don't you go
to see Dick Martz and his Daredevil Demons?" Because of the desire to see
Dick once again, we departed immediately to see this supposedly great show.
Dick had organized a group of men into a great show of daredevil driving with
motorcycles and automobiles. We enjoyed the performances very much. We
discovered that William Trumbore, Raymond Bernhard, Ralph Stauffer, and
Michael Hopstock were the most daring of the demons. Dick had hired these
men because he knew much about their excellent characteristics and abilities.
It was evening when we came back to our hotel. There we saw and heard
Warren Zentner and his swing band putting on an appealing performance.
He told us afterward that William Keck and his jazz band, starring trumpeter
William Moyer, were to appear at the hotel the following evening. Athelda
Iones realized her pet ambition in becoming the wife of the celebrated trumpet
We spent the night at the hotel, and prepared to leave by train the next
morning. At the railroad station we saw Theodore Reitz and Dorothy Danner
employed as secretary and stenographer for the railroad company. They
informed us of the fact that both Lorraine Swavely and Margaret Vetrosky
had married several months ago.
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While traveling on the train we met Walter Stoudt, a printer, accompanied
by Richard Miller, who had won a contest in his friend's newspaper, and was
going north for a tryout with a moving picture company.
Our next stop was a city located on the shore of a very large lake. On
arriving there, we asked an insurance man, Donald Laudenslager, about
berths for the night. He recommended the hotel managed by Wesley DeVries,
and co-managed by Robert Shive. We told Donald that we were glad to have
seen him again, and then drove to our prospective lodging place.
Upon arriving, we soon learned that Ravellan Neitz and his swing band
were to appear at a night club that evening. This night club was owned by
Oscar lobst and Howard Yarus. Guy Wambold and his orchestra were to
appear at the night club the following evening. We also learned that Fern
Walter was making quite a hit as an ice skater at the local arena.
We retired to our respective rooms late that evening, and enjoyed a good
night's sleep. A
As a boat was not due in town for the next two days, we decided to
observe a little of the vocational and educational side of life. But early the
next morning, as a result of not feeling quite well, we went to the Municipal
Hospital for a checking on our physical conditions. There we met Beatrice
Gehman and Marylin Miller, who were handling the secretarial duties of the
hospital. As we passed through several wards of the hospital. To our sur-
prise we met several of our classmates, who had become efficient and reliable
nurses. Gladys and Sarah lane Bauer, Eleanor Bennett, Ruth Montz, andi
Pauline Woodring all were glad to see us. We were told that Faye Yoachim,
Pauline Noll, Evangeline Schuler, and Hazel Hartman were also employed as
nurses at a nearby hospital. Charles Miller had become an honored doctor
at that same institution. lust before noon time we were discharged with assur-
ance that our physical conditions were excellent.
That noon we were very hungry, and decided to patronize the first neat
looking lunch room we would see. Soon we spied a very appealing restaurant,
which we entered. We saw with pleasure, lulia Walter and Gloria Wenig
discussing the financial statistics of the establishment. The girls were glad to
see us, and hoped that Noble Faust would arrive for his meal before long, so
that he could see us again. Noble had become a United States Government
During the afternoon we visited Charlotte Long, girls' physical education
teacher at the local high school. We also visited lohn Kratzer, an airplane
designer, at a designing concern. At the high school we met several important
teachers, among them lean Druckenmiller, who had become a musical instruc-
tory Carl Adams, who was handling the industrial arts job at this institution:
and Charlotte Treichler and leanne Engleman, two efficient home economics
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Having had the pleasure of meeting several of our good friends at the
high school, We went to the designing concern. As We entered the office of the
designing company, we saw Grace Haberstumpf, who was employed -as a
stenographer, and Arlene Rader, who was a guide for visitors. Arlene accom-
panied us to the department in which Kratzer was laboring. Iohn took us to
the architectural designing department, where we saw Earl Hertzog and loe
Smoyer planning a proposed dwelling for the mayor of the city. Earle Keller,
an efficient display window "dresser," was assisting the two men. They told
us that Betty Moyer, an artist, had gained considerable recognitioffor several
of her paintings.
Late that afternoon We returned to our hotel for the evening meal. Vifhile
enjoying almost all the delicacies on the menu, we listened to the radio. We
heard a program which presented Iames Stansfield at the console of the organ,
accompanying Mae Renner, who gave vocal interpretations of the melodies he
We enjoyed another night of good sleep, and then prepared to continue our
vocational and educational expedition. Between breakfast time and noon-
time we visited a large newspaper concern, and a spacious farm. At the
newspaper concern we found Maynard Bealer, a telegrapherg and Hamilton
Carl and Richard Correll, two reporters for the publication. Mrs. Correll's little
boy, the gossip-gatherer, told us, before We left, that leanne Mohr had become
a telephone operator, and William Markel, a radio engineer.
After leaving the newspaper concern we visited the large farm owned by
Milton Crossley and Bernard Gardner, who told us that they had been cor-
responding with William Kriebel, also a scientific farmer. We were told that
Elizabeth Kerak and Mary Christman, who had realized their ambitions, were
residing in the nearby vicinity.
One of the places we toured during the aftemoon was an engineering
corporation. Gerald Sechler, Harry Horn, and Elwood Backensto were em-
ployed there as chemical engineers: Wallace Barto and Asher Frcmkenfield,
as mechanical engineers. All of them were doing very satisfactory jobs.
About mid-afternoon we left the engineering corporation, to go to a dairy
operated by Edna Smith and Arlene Bieber. They informed us that lean
Merkel and Lorraine Stoudt had settled down, and married. Arlene Bieber
told us, "Would you like to hear some very good news? Charles Albright
was here the other day. He wanted us to operate a dairy in his vicinity, soi
that the people could get some fresh milk every day. You know, Charlie had
gone north, and become a very important citizen in some town up there." And
then she said, Yes, Charlie took Alvin Marstellar, the undertaker, and social
worker Karl Geisinger with him on his last return trip. We expressed our joy
at having heard about so many of our dear classmates, and then said We had
to hurry back to the hotel.
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As we were leaving, we walked into Wilbur Schantzenbach. Wilbur told
us that he was going inside to place an order for Grade A Milk. He wished to
use the milk at his training table, as he had become a famous athletic coach.
After a chat of a few minutes, we left "Wip" to go to our hotel.
Late that evening the manager of the hotel came to see us. He had looked
up references on some our classmates, and wished to tell us some of the good
' He related, "Esther Bechtel and Evelyn Gilbert are partners in a hair-
dressing shop, located in a downtown section of the city. Evelyn told me that
Anna Hauser, who has become a novelist living nearby, is one of their best
customers. Harvey Cope has become a respected and well-liked citizen and
Iohn Erich is president of a large bank. Virginia Esterly is associated with a
traveling fashion show, and is recognized as one of their most beautiful
models." We were very glad to hear about our friends, and to our surprise
he had more news. He told us that Harvey Eck was earning large sums oft
money as a golf pro at a large country club. Having told us all he knew,
the manager bid us farewell, as we were to continue our trip by steamshipf
early the next morning.
As we entered the ship, we were instructed to report in the captain's cabin.
On arriving there we found that the captain was none other than Bernard-
Neumoyer. He was very glad to see us, and told us that he had recently
bought some shares in an organized baseball club.
We told him all the good news that we had heard during the last three
days. W'hen we were finished, he said, "You think you have good news!
Well, l have the cream of the crop for you. Franklin DeEsch has joined the
navy, and lack Boyer has become a national forester." We certainly were
overjoyed, because we knew that these two classmates had worked so patient-
ly, and had succeeded.
With the satisfaction of knowing that the entire 1939 class of Emmaus
High School had succeeded in whatever ambitions they possessed as high
school students, we retired to our respective cabins for the rest of the day. Now
that all our classmates and their successes were accounted for, we had a re-
newed interest in the great Ruler, whom we were to meet one day hence.
The Hall ot Fame
A T 'r L E: R
Noisest girl -
Best dressed girl
Best dressed boy
Tallest boy - -
Tallest girl -
Tiniest girl -
Tiniest boy -
Class comedian -
Best girl dancer
Best boy dancer
Most bashful girl
Most bashiul boy
Most studious boy
Most studious girl
Best girl athlete
All around athlete
Best pencil loser
Biggest girl flirt
Biggest boy flirt
Most artistic -
Best day dreamer -
The "I don't get it" girl
Biggest eater -
Best bragger -
Most talkative -
Most lovable girl
Most handsome boy
Most likely' to succeed
Look alikes -
Biqqest school skipper
Most likely bachelor
Nicest blush -
Queerest laugh -
Best operatic ability
- Wilbur Paules
- lean Merkel
- Noble Faust
- Richard Miller
- Warren Zentner
- Fern Walter
- Wallace Barton
- Althea lones
- Edna Smith
- Carl Adams
- Charlotte Long
- loe Smoyer
- William Schuster
- Ruth Montz
- Earl Hertzog
- - Mary Buss
- Oscar lobst
- Bauer twins
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Albright, Charles ....
Backensto, Elwood . ..
Barto, Wallace .....
Bealer, Maynard .....
Bernhard, Raymond ..
Boyer, Jack ........
Cope, Harvey ......
DeEsch, Franklin ....
Deibert, Earl .......
Eck, Harvey .....
Erich, John ........
Faust, Noble .........
Frankenfield, Asher ..
Gardner, Bernard ....
Geisinger, Karl .....
Hertzog, Earl ........
Horn, Harry .....
Iobst, Oscar ....
Kline, Martin ..
Kratzer, John ....
Kriebel, William .....
Laubach, George .....
Marsteller, Alvin ....
Merkel, William ....
Miller, Charles . . .
Miller, Richard .....
Neitz, Ravellan .....,.
Neumoyer, Bernard ..
Paules, Wilbur .......
Reitz, Theodore ....,..,
Reppert, William .....
Shuster, William .....
Shive, Robert ....
Smoyer, Joe ......
Stoudt, Walter .....
Stansfield, James .....
. . . . . . . . . "Alaska-here we come!
. . "Well, I'll tell you it's like this.
.. . . . . . . . "How's the corn crop?
. . . . . . . "I like freckles.
'Tm going up to Mary.
"You're a heck of a guy.
.. . . . . . "Where's my pipe?
.. "That's what you think.
. . . . . . "You're hurting me.
"Cheese and Rice.
.. "Did you see Marilyn lately?
. . "I wish I could play an accordian.
"How much, say how much.
"This can't be love.
"Oh du Gut.
"I don't get it.
"Jesse and Rice.
.. "Do ya think your big enough?
"It's all the same difference.
"It's all the same difference.
"Ah, shut your mouth.
"I don't know.
"Variety is the spice of life.
"Get out of here.
.. "I haven't got the nerve.
"Cut the crap.
.. . "What my fist.
. . . . "You horse.
.. "Ahhhhh Heck.
"It wasn't me.
. "Can't do it.
"None of your lip.
.......... "I'll mummer you.
. . . . . . "How do you feel tomorrow?
.. "Student Council meeting today.
. . "Do you know any -- stories?
"I want to be alone.
"The class will please come to order.
. "Mayn't I hold your hand awhile?'
Wambold, Guy ....
Yarus, Howard ....
Bauer, Gladys ....
Bechtel, Esther . ..
Bennett, Eleanor . ..
Bieber, Arlene ....
Buss, Mary .......
Danner, Dorothy .....
Engleman, Jeanne .
Esterly, Virginia . . .
Gehman, Beatrice ....
Gilbert, Evelyn ....
Hartman, Hazel ....
Hauser, Anna . ..
Jones, Athelda ....
Merkel, Jean ....
Montz, Ruth . ..
Noll, Pauline ....
Rader, Arlene .....
Renner, Mae .......
Schantzenbach, Phyllis . . . .
Schuler, Evangeline .....
Smith, Edna ........
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. . . .. "Hi, Joe!"
.. . "Get the h- out of here."
.. "That's what you think."
"If this were last year."
. . . "Gee, this damp weather."
"Oh, did you hear this joke?
"Someday my prince will come."
"Gee, you look nice."
"Oh that's right."
. . ...... "Holy Moses.
.......,. "You big noodle.
. "It's the ice-man for me."
. . . . . . "Search me.
. . . . "You're too young to know."
"Where's that pencil of mine?"
. . . . . . . . . "The feeling is mutual."
. . . "Let's pass the A. C.'s"
.. "Did Billy go already?"
"Don't you feel good?"
. . "How are those pies?"
"Well, say something."
. . . "Oh Golly-Whoppersi'
..... . . . .. "No kidding."
. . "Oh Gee, I don't know."
........ "Yes, my love."
. "You're telling I."
"Wait a minute."
.. "What are you talking about?"
Treichler, Charlotte ........ "Goody, Goody, Gumdropsln
Walter, Fern ......... . . .
Walter, Julia ......,
Wennig, Gloria ....
Woodring, Pauline . . .
"Well, for evermoref'
"There's something about a soldier."
, .......... "Shall I let 'em have it?"
. . . . . . .. . . . "Your telling me."
. "I am innocent, so help me."
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"Heaven Can Wait"
"And the Angels Sing"
"I Love to Ride
Clhoo Choo Train"
lVly Heart Belongs to Daddy
"1-leaven Cfan Wait"
"Little Sir Echo"
"Are You in the lvlood For
"The Masquerade is Over"
"l Love For You Alone"
"Afraid or Love"
"I Ain't Got Nobody"
"lVly Best Wishes"
"lt Can't D6 'l'I'U.c"
"l-leaven Can Wait"
"The Funny Old l'.l.11lS"
"And the Angels Sing"
"Kiss lVle Again"
"And the AI1g9lS Sing"
"l-leigh Ho Silver"
"I Have Eyes"
"The Masquerade is Over"
'Tm Getting Sentimental"
"Heaven Can Wait"
"Cookoo in the Clock"
"Blame it on My Last Affair"
"After Looking at You"
"Lovelight in the Starlight"
"Easy to Love"
"Heaven Can Wait"
"The Masquerade is Over"
"East Side of Heaven"
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"Heaven Can Wait"
"Blame it on My Last Affair"
"Little Sir Echo"
"Two Sleepy People"
"Someday My Prince
"The Moon is a Silver Dollar"
"Three Little Fishes"
"Heaven Can Wait"
"My Heart Has Wings"
"The Masquerade is Over"
"Heaven Can Wait"
'tBilly Boy, Billy Boy"
"And the Angels Sing"
"It's Never Too Late"
"I Cried For You"
"Little Sir Echo"
"Little Sir Echo"
"And the Angels Sing"
"The Masquerade is Over"
"Heaven Gan Wait"
"Heaven Clan Waitv
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Senior Class Will
We, the members of the class of 1939, being of sound mind and memory,
and considering the uncertainty of this trail and transitory lite, do therefore
make, ordain, publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament:
Raymond Bernhard's single, solitary wave to Emily Fellman.
Harvey Cope's "one and only" to Elden Bortz.
Richard Correll's interest in Macungie to Adele Boyer.
Earl Deibert's bashfulness to Kenneth Fegley.
Wesley DeVries' "uncontrollable golden locks" to Thomas Wieder.
Michael Hopstock's southern accent to William Hilbert,
William Kriebel's snappy retorts to Morris Kemmerer.
George Laubach's knowledge of tractors to Robert Stephens.
Donald Laudenslager's trips to Alburtis to Burton Laudenslager.
Richard Martz's hand-holding in class to Ioanna Wentz.
Charles Mi11er's annual Christmas wish tor a new Chrysler to Wilmer Brey.
Richard Miller's height to Wayne Weida.
Ravellan Neitz's large pedal extremities to Ruth Lorish.
Theodore Reitz's story telling ability to Luella Geissinger.
Wilbur Schantzenbaclfs "lucky Teter" driving to Verna Paul.
William Schuster terpscichorean aptitude to lames Wetherhold.
Robert Shive's dry jokes to Stella Suberroc.
Walter Stoudt's red hair to Charles Kline.
Edna Smith's retiring nature to loyce Leibert.
Lorraine Stoudt's striking blond hair to Oscar Christman.
Lorraine Swavely's Saturday job at l:'arr's to Warren Mansell.
Margaret Vetrosky's trips to V. F. M. A. to Betty Boger.
Fern Walter's "Nicodemus" to Leon Gehris.
Pauline Woodring's part in the Senior play to Roy Schantzenbach.
Wallace Barto's request for the improvement of South Seventh Street to
lack Boyer's passion for freckles in the moonlight to Lynwood Giering.
Carl Adams' compliments from Mr. Beniield to Doreen Hauser.
Charles Albright's plans for Alaskan adventures to Sadie lobst.
Sarah Bauer's colossal and small, fair hero to Pearl Miklencic.
Gladys Bauer's resemblance to Sarah to Howard Gouldner.
Elwood Backensto's interest in cheerleaders to Thomas Kline.
Maynard Bealer's tardiness to LaRue Miller.
Milton Crossley's eighteen mile trip to school to Paul DeVries.
Hamilton Carl's "innocence" to Mary Ellen Knauss.
Earle Keller's supposed knowledge of women's clothes to Paul Roeder.
Franklyn DeEsch's combined taxi and ash disposal service to Annabelle
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jean Druckenmiller's "Northampton, here I come" attitude to Carol Knap-
Ieanne Engleman's fondness for red hair to Richard Lichtenwalner.
Harvey Eck's Woman trouble to Carl Conrad.
Noble Faust's well groomed appearance to Aurel Arndt.
Asher Frankeniield's hikes to the girl friend's house to Reginald Niess.
Karl Geisinger's soda jerking to joseph Rokoski.
Hazel Hartman's powers for fascinating Ravellan to George Roth.
Earl Hertzog's annual navy day journeys to Arlene Kulp.
Oscar lobst's bluffing in PD. class to Helen Hoffman.
William Keck's timidity to Robert Kline.
William Reppert's "Crosby Croon" to Paul Antrim.
john Erich's hunting to Frances Sikora.
Earle Keller's Crocheting to Charles Huber.
john Kratzer's air-mindedness to Emma Kline.
Charlotte Long's noon-day contabs with Schuster to Ieanette Hosfeld.
William Merkel's "secret passion" to john Gehman.
Ruth Montz's home economics ability to Olga Nickele.
Alvin Ma'rsteller's marriage problems to Dallas Adams.
Bernard Neumoyer's horrible plaid shirts to leannetta Bogert.
Pauline Noll's hallucinations to Frank Stanstield.
Mae Renner's operatic aspirations to Ralph Staufter.
Wilbur Paules' "night Work" to Harold Wilson.
loe Smoyer's passion for Tru Blu beer trucks to Nellie Hensinger.
james Stansfield's resemblance to Nelson Eddy to Elmo Miller.
Charlotte 'l'reichler's "True Love" to Dorothy Stouclt.
julia Walter's method of skipping school to Geraldine Hamscher.
William Trumbore's interest in girls to Albert Seibert.
Guy Wambold's "teddy bear' haircut to jean Houseknecht.
Esther Bechtel's blushing to Mary Koneski.
Eleanor Bennett's salesmanship to Samuel Paano.
Arleen Bieber's rosy cheeks to Faith Hertzog.
Mary Christman's engagement to Ardella Sallade.
Mary Buss' interest in the junior class to Charles Elkins.
Dorothy Danner's modesty to Martin Stephen.
Virginia Esterley's backtield man to Annetta Erb.
Beatrice Gehman's apologies to Anna Sikorski.
Evelyn Gilbert's sewing ability to Beatrice Danner.
Grace Haberstumpfs mysterious boy friend to Naomi Moll.
Anna Hauser's fondness for the name Harvey to Helen Kocis.
Arlene Hersh's coiffure to Dorothy Smoyer.
Athelda jones' craze for hot trumpets to Warren Eegley.
Elizabeth Kerak's "Sweetheart" to Arlene Lichtenwalner.
lean Merkel's minature stature to Marian Nester.
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leanne Mohr's habit of wearing the boy friend's sweater to Rhea Derr.
Betty Moyer's ebony tresses to Mary Ellen Schultz.
Arlene Rader's ability to mind her own business to David Brey.
Phyllis Schantzenbach's trips to Lehigh Parkway to Henry Kuehl.
Evangeline Schuler's hustle and bustle to loseph lobst.
Gloria Wennig's desire to play the violin and clarinet to Rubie Fegley.
Howard Yarus' bacheloristic tendencies to lean McCutcheon.
Faye Yoachim's experiences in "love" to Branche Meitzler.
Warren Zentner's big baby blue eyes to Mary Bittenbender.
Harry Horn's moustache to Philip Weida.
Gerald Sechler's dime novels to Mark Kleppinger.
Martin Kline's arguments to Anna Rohrbach.
Bernard Gardner's apparent disinterest in girls to Howard Keyser.
Wesley DeVries' flashy socks to Betty Bruder.
Faye Yoachi1'n's daily hike to Bertram Winzer.
Richard Martz's spats with lean to lohn Knerr.
Charlotte Long's husky voice to Russell Miller.
lean Druckenmiller's admiration of the "38" broad jump record holder to
Noble Faust's love notes to Thomas Smith.
Warren Zentner's art of acting innocent to Robert Schaeffer.
William Trumbore's "chin spinach" to Warren Geissinger.
Harry Horn's managerial ability to Raymond Eisenhard.
Maynard Bealer's sudden outbursts in German class to Russell Kerstetter.
Virginia E'sterley's date nights to Warren Kauffman.
The Bauer Twins' typing technique to Howard Schmoyer.
Harvey Cope's giggle to Charles Shankweiler.
Wallace Barto's battered Ford to Ralph Stortz.
Franklyn DeEsch's newspapers to Earl Rohrbach.
Harvey Eck's dilapidated hat to Paul Rohrbach.
Fern Walter's Hbalmine-ss" to Walter Weidner.
Likewise, we make, constitute and appoint Ioyce E. Beary and Elwood L.
Ortt to be executors of this our last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all
former Wills by us made.
in Witness Whereof, we have hereunto subscribed our name and attixea
our seal this twenty-second day of Tune, in the year of our Lord, one thousand
nine hundred and thirty-nine.
CLASS OF 1939
Laboratory mice Approved
AMBROSE KARL GEISINGER, President
HILDEGARDE GUY WJ-XMBOLD, Vice President
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The Class Plays
Two dramas, one a thrilling mystery, the other a hilarious comedy, were
produced by the Senior Class. Robert St. Clair's "The Green Light", presented
on November 18, made the audience's hair stand on end, but did not fail to
rock them in hysterical laughter.
"THE GREEN LIGHT"
Miss Mattie ........ .. . Hazel Hartman Kitty Corey ...... ....... G ladys Bauer
Doctor Spaulding .,.. .... H oward Yarus Donald Rhodes ........ Elwood Backensto
Mary Marston ..... .... J ean Merkel Trinka Anderson .......... Arlene Bieber
Jerome Forrester .... .... J ack Boyer Aesop ............. .... M aynard Bealer
Madame Zenda .... ..................................... ...... F e rn Walter
"Aunt Tillie Goes To Town", written by Wilbur Braum and given on March
17, was a story oi mistaken identity. The consequences were both surprising
Pamela Marsh .
"Aunt Tillie Goes To Town"
Tillie Trask ...... ....
.. Charlotte Treichler
Lizzie Parsons ......... Mary Buss
Ellen Neeland .
Dr. Hattie Bing
Roland Howland .
Luther Lorrirner .
Mervin Tucker ..........
Charlie One Lung .......
Mrs. Tillie Tucker
. Richard Correll
.. Esther Bechtel
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T A T T L E R fx
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The Emmaus high school football team, of the 1938 season, established a
record of six victories in ten contests. Other than having attained a higher
average, in Wins and losses, the team figured in a three-way tie tor second
place in the Lehigh Valley league. The success of the campaign Was due
to the patient work of the Coaches, and to a team consisting mostly ot ex-1
The graduating members ot this season's team are as follows: Captain
Wilbur Schantzenbach, Earl Hertzog, Karl Geisinger, Franklyn De-Esch, Wesley
DeVries, Guy Wambold, Harvey Cope, Martin Kline, and William Shuster.
We, the graduating members of this season's football squad, oiter our
record as a challenge to the future football teams representing Ernrnaus high
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Opponents O. E. Opponents O. E.
A. H. S. I. V's. ...... . .. U 7 Shillington H. S. ... ... 13 6
Northampton H. S. . .. . . . 33 O Palrnerton H. S. . . . . . . . . . . 6 7
Slatington H. S. .... . . . O 16 East Greenville H. S. ..... . l9 13
Catasauqua H. S. . . . . . . 33 U Stroudsburg H. S. . . . . . 6 12
Lehighton H. S. .... 6 7 Whitehall H. S. .. 6 39
T H E 1 9 3 9
This season's Ernmaus high school basketball team Was left out in the
cold in many ot its contests. Although in many events our local crew out-
played its opponents, we seemed to lack something in the closing minutes ot
the games. -
The school will miss the graduating members ot this year's team, namely:
Wesley DeVries, Wilbur Schantzenbach, Harvey Cope, Richard Martz, and
substitutes Asher Frankentield, Earl Deibert, and Harvey Eck. Even though
we me losing these good players, we need not be down hearted, for judging
by the lunior Varsity's performance we shall have a good team next year.
The Varsity Won 7 games in 24 encounters, While the Iunior Varsity Won
11 games and lost 13.
Here's Wishing next year's team the best of luck.
Opponent O We Opponent O We
Moravian Prep. .... . . . 12 17 Columbia H. S. . 29 23
Allentown H. S. . . 43 16 W'hitehall H. S. . . 34 19
Pennsburg H. S. . . 23 50 Slatington H. S. . 32 30
Central Catholic H. S. ..... 30 22 Palmerton H. S. . 33 15
Pennsburg H. S. . . 18 27 Catasauqua H. S. 50 30
Central Catholic H. S. ..... 32 34 Lehighton H. S. . 33 24
Alumni ............. . . . 34 29 Northampton H. S. . . . . . . 24 25
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ln the beginning of the Basketball season the Girls' Team made only fair
progress. Under the able leadership oi Miss Cook, who served her first year l
as Girls' Physical Education Director, the team underwent a reorganization
and retaliated at the close of the season completing their schedule with a total
of five victories, six losses, and one game resulting in a tie.
The following members of the team are graduating: Margaret Vetrosky,
Charlotte Long, Captain, Elizabeth Kerak, Ruth Montz, and Pauline Noll.
We wish Miss Cook and her Basketteers lots of success in years to come.
The girls' completed the following schedule:
Pennsburg .............. A Pennsburg .... . . H
Slatington .......... . . . A Slatington .......... . . H
Bethlehem Catholic ...... A Bethlehem Catholic . . . . . H
Moravian Prep. ..... . . . H Alumni ......... . . . H
Quakertown .....,....... H Quakertown . . . . A
Moravian Sem. . . . ...... . . . . H
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The Boys' Baseball Team is progressing fairly well. We are sure they
will gradually crawl to the top of the league and remain there
The following members ot the team are graduating:
Mr. Hartman is serving as coach for the fellows. We wish the future
teams success in the future.
They are scheduled to play the following games:
Coopersburg I. V. ....... .
Cooperslourg I. V. .... . .
Slatington ......... . .
Allentown ....... . .
South Whitehall . . . . .
Coplay ......... . .
Fountain Hill .... . .
A Lehighion .....
H Whitehall .....
H South Whitehall
H Northampton ..
H East Greenville
A Catasauqua . . .
H Allentown ....
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The Ernmaus high school Track Team has undertaken a heavy schedule
this season. Thus far "Lady Luck" has smiled upon us, and We hope she will
continue to do so in the future. The team won another trophy tor the school
by taking the annual triangular meet with South Whitehall and Slatington
high schools. The relay team, however, could not quite win the "third leg" on
that respective trophy, and consequently will have to make a new start next
season. Let us hope that our good luck may stay with us this year as well as
in the years to come.
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Iuniors and Seniors who are willing to give part of their time to regulate,
direct, and supervise the students when classes, and protect their fellow stu-
dents at the crossings compose the Monitor Club.
At special meetings Monitors report on existing conditions and formulate
plans and laws which will improve student traffic.
Green and Gold emblems are awarded to members who serve satisfac-
torily for two years,
Lieutenant . ..
Secretary . ..
. . . . . . . Howard Yarus
. . . Arlene Hersh
Feglek, Warren Sallade, Ardella
Kleppinger, Mark Schreiber, Annabelle
Kuehl, Henry Stephen, Martin
Kulp, Arlene Stoudt, Walter
Laubach, George Treichler, Charlotte
Miklensic, Pearl Vetrosky, Margaret
Miller, Charles Weida, Francis
Miller, Richard Winzer, Bertram
Montz, Ruth Woodring, Pauline
Mohr, Jeanne Yarus, Howard
Miller, Elmo Zentner, Warren
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Editor-in-Chief .... ....................... O scar lobst
Page Editors .... .... A rlene Hersh, Geraldine Hamscher,
lulia Walter, Elwood Backensto
Exchange Editor .... ............. I ean Druckenmiller
Reporters ...... ................................ M ary Bittenbender,
Betty Bruder, Mary Buss, Rhea Derr, lean Engleman,
Ann Hauser, Edna Smith, Lorraine Swavely, Elden
Bortz, Richard Correll, Martin Stephens
Business Manager . . . ................................ . . . . Walter Stoudt
Assistant Managers .... ..... O lga Nickele, David Brey
Advertising Manager .... ............ E arl Hertzog
Circulation Manager . . . ......................... Harvey Eck
Typists .............. .......... D orothy Danner, Sarah Bauer,
Donald Laudenslager, William Schuster
Faculty Advisers . . . ......... Paul I. Frantz, Albert S. Bentield
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Each of the eight seniors who came out for debating tried to prove his side
of the question, "Resolved, That the United States should establish an alliance
with Great Britain."
The teams consisted of: Affirmative, Lorraine Swavely, Michael Hopstock,
and Iessetine Carterp negative, Dorothy Danner, Evangeline Schuler, Mae Ren-
ner, Walter Stoudt, and Mary Buss. The competent coach was Mr. Benfield.
Both teams were unsuccessful in the triangular, the affirmative losing to
Catasauqua, and the negative to Slatington.
Northampton was on the list of opponents for the first time. Their affir-
mative met with defeat at the hands of Emmaus' negative While our affirma-
tive lost to the opponents.
South Whitehall and Hellertown completed the list of opponents.
On the whole Emrnaus had quite a successful season.
T A T T L E R T' fl 1
Character training is the object of the Hi-Y Club led by Mr. Becker. lt
consists of senior high school boys who Wish to form and maintain high stand-
ards of christian character.
This club is a branch of the Young Men's Christian Association an organi-
zation ot high Christian standards. The four planks in the platform of the club
are: clean speech, clean scholarship, clean living, and clean soprts. A chal-
lenge to high ideals is its emblem.
The club meetings every two weeks are the scene of discussions of prob-
lems of the older boy. Several speakers came at various times to address
Wilbur Paules .
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The club is run on cr self-supporting bosis. A1 the meetings ecrch member pcnd
ten cents to cover the expenses.
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The Crirn of the Typing Club, under the supervision of Miss Strauss, is to
give the members gn opportunity to improve their speed and gctin or broctder
knowledge of typing.
Mcrking designs with the various typewriter keys is one ot the projects
grid the typing of gn original composition on office Work is another. Speed
tests gre glso given to increcrse speed and gccurgcy.
Ferne Walter ..... .............. ....... P r esident
Michel Hopstock Vice President
Jean Merkel ...... ..... S ecretary
Beatrice Gehrnan .......... Treasurer
Christman, Mary Bernhardt, Raymond
German, Beatrice Diebert, Earl
Gilbert, Evelyn Hopstock, Michael
Haberstumpf, Grace Reitz, Theodore
Jones, Athelda William Reppert
Kerak, Elizabeth Trumbore, William
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The Art Club is supervised by Mr. Walbert. The younger members Work
with leather While the other members decorate jewelry boxes and make candle
They are also studying photography. The members qo out and tarae the
pictures and then develop them.
Joe Smoyer .... ............ . .. President
Annetta Erb ..... Secretary
Robert Stephens Treasurer
Mary Ellen Schultz
A T 'I' L E
The Girl Reserves under the supervision of Miss Busher, strives to be:
Gracious in manner
Impartial in judgment
Ready for service
Loyal to friends
Reaching for the best
Eager for knowledge
Seeking the beautiful
Earnest in purpose
Reverent to God
Victorious over self, and
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to the school. After accomplishing the financinq of the Lyceum course so that
every student could see the numbers and after making and adopting of a set
of rules for functions at school, the council looks forward to a better corninq
year. They meet every Thursday afternoon at 2:45, in the Library under Mr.
President ........ ...,......,.,... . . . Walter Stoudt
Vice President .... Charlotte Long
Secretary ........ .... F rances Weida
Treasurer ............. ........................ A rlene Hersh
Assistant Treasurers ..,. .... A rlene Hoffman, Mary Bittenbender
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The Bicycle Club Was organized by Mr. Deischer. The club meetings
were educational. The assembling of a bicycle, including its history was part
of the winter meeting activities. Safety rules Were also stressed. Recreation,
in the form ot group trips, took the club to the local Ice Plant, the Emmaus Water
Works and the Trexler Fish Hatchery.
President ....,,.. ........,..... ..... N ' Jble Faust
Vice President .... ,.,. S arah J. Bauer
Secretary ....... ...... G loria Wennig
Treasurer ...... .........,. J ohn Cagna
Adviser .... .. , Mr. H. K. Deischer
Bauer, Gladys M.
Bauer, Sarah J.
Stortz, Milton, - Jr.
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Boys' Crlee Club
The Boys' Glee Club consists of junior and senior boys and is under the
direction of Mr. Peters. Carol Knappenberger served as their accompanist.
The Glee Club was active in a few assembly programs and also rendered
a few selections at the annual music program of the Moravian Church of
The Glee Club spent much time in preparation for the operetta "ln Arcadyu,
given by the high school chorus.
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The Girls' Glee Club is growing in size, popularity, and quality more and
more every year. They have had several outside engagements besides sing-
ing for school events.
Buss, Mary Miller, Marilyn Esterly, Jeanette
Gilbert, Evelyn Rader, Arlene Ruch, Miriam
Hartman, Hazel McCutcheon, Jean Esterly, Virginia
Jones, Athelda Sallade, Ardella Trump, Helen
Long, Charlotte Smoyer, Dorothy Sikora, Frances
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The Emmaus High School Orchestra was reorganized in September under
the able direction of Mr. Peters. The orchestra of twenty-eight members, have
played at various social functions and made a great hit at the Spring Concert
President . .. .......,...................... Howard Yarus
Secretary ....,........... Ciarol Knappenberger
Librarians .... .... D onald Esterly, Perry Druckenmiler
l-ligh School Band
The Emmaus High School Band was organized by Mr. lagnesak in the
Fall of l936. Since then the band has advanced farther than any other of our
extra-curricular activities. At the time ot its organization the band consisted of
only twenty-tive members. For the annual spring concert in May the band
Will consist ot approximately sixty-tive members. By the end ot the year the
lunior Band will consist of approximately forty members.
The band made its appearance at the football and basketball games and
will again take part in the annual field day held by the Ernmus Public Schools.
Last summer the band was honored by the invitation to participate in the
annual Four-County l:'iremen's Parade held at Easton. The band will again
play a concert for the T. P. A. at the Americus Hotel in Allentown.
The band entered the band contest sponsored by the Forensic Music
League held at Northampton. Although this was the first time our band had
entered such a contest it did well in capturing second place.
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Stevens cmd Berkh's operettct, "ln Arcc.fdy," was presented by the Emmdus
High School Chorus on May 12 cmd l3 under the direction of Mr. Peters.
Members of the Chorus cmd Mr,, Peters should receive due credit for the
successful presentation of this operettot. '
SUPIIANOS: Eleanor Bennett, Betty linger, Mary llnss, livatrin-e Dannvr, Rhea D1-rr, Mary Bittenbvmler.
Marianna Christman, Lnella Gt-lssinger, Evelyn Hilhe-rt. Virginia Iistvrly. Fay l"ealln-r. .lnym-P Fischer. .Team-tie
Hallman, Geraldine U:llllSl'll0l', llnzul llnrtnnm, Arlene Ili-rsh, .loam llolisi-km-4-lit, Doreen Ilnnser, Alhelila Jones,
Erm-Stine Knunss. Gt-iivvieve Kline. Joyi-0 I.eih1-rt, C'lx:n-lotto Lungr, Jean M1-Cntr-lieon, Lallue Mllh-r, Marilyn
Miller, Naomi Mull, Ilnth Montz, Betty Moyer. Myrtle N1-inn-yer, Vs-rna l':llll, Arlem- llaaler, Marggnrelt Ilat-filer.
Pauline Reina-rt, Mao R1-nm-r, .Is-an Rive. Miriam Iluvh, .Xrlh-lla Sallarlv, Mary Ellen Se-hnltz. Primm-es Siknra.
Dorothy Snmyi-r, Dorothy Sfollllr, Lorraim- Swavely, l'l12ll'lUftl' 'l'ra-ivlilvr, llelen Trump, llnrriet' lTrlTer, Margaret
Vetrosliy, Fl'Illll'l'S Wi-Isla, and Pauline Wemlringr.
ALTOS: Pzxnline Bit-lm. Betty liittingx. lletty llrnller. Elaine linrinn. Mary Fhrislman, .lean llrllolmn-
miller, Emily Fellmnn, Bllltf Fellsterinaln-r, Luniscf Guth, Ilvryl Harrison. Faith Ilertzugr. Margaret 114-rtzmr.
Arlene 1-Ioffman. Lorraine Hohe. Nellie Ilvnsinger, Jvaneite Iloaiielll. Marilyn llnyi-tr, Helen Ilnl'fman, Smlio
Iuhst, Jane Ann Iobst. i'arul lilllll7Dlxlllll'l'l,!0Y'. Mary Ellen Knanss, Thelma Knanss, Gloria Kramer, Arlene Lich.
fenwulter, Pearl Miklem-ic, Marion Sn-lmeffer. lic-tty Svlmler, Evangroline Schiller, Fl-rn Walter, Gertn Xvvllll,
Virginia Ilehnx, Joanna lYQntz, and Phyllis Sn-llalufzenlialvli.
TENURS: Dullus Arlzuns, XVallar'e Hartu, Hamilton Carl, Om-ar i'hristm:m, Carl Uonracl.l4'ranlc1in Delisvh,
XVesley Dv:-Vries, linymontl Eisonharil, lit-rnurfl Garxlnr-r, Asher Frankoniield, Warren I"eg:h-y, Mivlmel lllupsiuck.
Oscar Iolvst, Earle Keller, Thomas Kline. ltic-hard l.ivhtenwalil-r, Warren Mansell, Alvin Marsteler, .Iainvs
Stanslield, Philip NVelda, Thmnas NNW-iila. Tlmlnas XVL-islet, Glenn NVennl:r, Howard Suliineyer, Vharles Shank-
weilcr, Wilbur Schantzenbziell, and William Trmnborv.
BASSES: Elwood Backonsto, Gurdon Hrs-nsinger, Carl limes. Karl ileissinger, Earl ll:-rtzugr. Harry Horn,
XVnrren Geissingnr, NVilliani Keck, Martin Kline, John Krarzer, Donald Lllllll1'llS1llg0l'. Ilavellan Nm-itz. William
Reppnrt, NVilliani Sulnlstvr, Jnseph Snloyer, Martin Steplivn, Ralph Steriz, Walter Stmnlt, Huy xvlllllllllld, Walter
Weidner, Bertram Winzer, and Howard Yarns.
The Astronomy Club, under the instruction of Mr. Bowers consists ot
The members of the Club produced an orrery. The orrery is a replica oi
the planetary swstem, including the sun, planets, satelites, asteroids, comets,
At some of the meetings members brought appropriate articles taken
from newspapers and magazines. The members, with the aid of the instruc-
tor, discussed these articles.
At some meetings the Club instructor lectured to the members about inter-
esting points concerning the heavens.
The purpose of the Club is to prepare students to meet the certificate re-
quirements of the Palmer Company.
The Club is ably sponsored by Miss Hauser. Most members will receive
their certificates in May or lune.
The Tennis Club is under the supervision of Mr. Humphreys. ln the Fall
and Spring the club engaged in competition on the school's tennis courts.
During the winter the club played ping-pong. ln the spring the club Will
engage in various matches with schools such as Lehighton and East Green-
The Tatting Club this year is under the direction of Miss Hauser. The
girls are learning to make various laces and designs in tatting.
The lunior Birdmen are under the leadership of Iohn Kratzer. The mem-
bers come from both junior and senior high schools. The club studies about
famous aviators and the fundamental principles ot aviation. They also built
models and rent them aloft.
President ........ ............,..... .......... S t uart Carl
Vice President ..... ..... D onald Schaffer
Secretary ........ ...... J ohn Konkus
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This club is under the supervision of Miss loyce Beary.
The fellow book worms are lean McCutcheon, Frances Weida, and lean
The general routine of this club centers around the following trends of
thought: Criticism of movies, discussion of such books as "Gone With the
Wind", "Uncle Tom's Cabin", "Lorna Doone", and many others, and the dis-
cussion and criticism of magazine stories.
The book Worms of this club now feel that they have gleaned much knowl-
edge in the world of boks and wish to state that they had a most enjoyable
The Dancing Club was organized this year under the supervision of Miss
Cook. The club is composed of Senior High School students. The main pur-
pose of this club is to teach dancing to those unable to dance. The members
paid dues and are looking forward to a dance to be held in the near future.
Geissinger, Warren Miller, Richard
Knauss, Mary Ellen Nester, Marian
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lndustrial Arts Club
The Industrial Arts Club is under the direction of Mr. Schrader. The
Club consists of both boys and girls.
Most of the year was spent at art metal. The members made bracelets,
book ends, ash trays, and other metal projects. The metals that were used
Were: copper, pewter, and aluminum.
The members also discussed the repairing of electrical appliances.
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Mr. and Mrs. William A. Albitz
Mr. Milton H. Bachman
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd B. Backensto
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace C. Barto
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Bauer
Miss Ioyce E. Beary
Mr. Harvey H. Becker
Miss Margaret Bornman
Mr. Lloyd Brensinger
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Buck
Miss Hilda C. Busher
Mr. and Mrs. George Butz
Mr. and Mrs. R. I. S. Butz
Miss Pauline B. Cook
Miss Margaret DeEsch
Mr. and Mrs. Howard K. Deischer
Miss Irene Deischer
Miss Mae Deischer
Mr. W. I. Fensterrnaker
Mr. Paul I. Frantz
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Geisinger
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hartman
Mr. and Mrs. George I. Hartman
Miss Gladys B. Hauser
Mr. and Mrs. Claire Heiter
Mr. and Mrs. Allen F. Heller
Miss Thelma High
Mr. Harry A. Humphreys
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar T. lobst
Mr. Anthony Iagnesak
Miss Lucille Klingaman
Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Knauss
Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Kratzer
Mrs. Elizabeth Kratzer
Miss Emma M. Kratzer
Bev. and Mrs. Henry A. Kuehl
Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Kulp
Mr. Floyd Laudenslaqer
Miss Pauline E. McLean
Mrs. E. M. Neimeyer
Mrs. Lila E. Neimeyer
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Neumoyer
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood L. Ortt
Mr. and Mrs. Errol K. Peters
Miss Laura Reese
Miss Emily Schaeffer
Miss Helen Schaeffer
Rev. and Mrs. Boyce E. Schaeffer
Mr. Thomas M. B. Schrader
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Shaffer
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn Sicher
Mr. and Mrs. M. Luther Souders
Rev. and Mrs. Paul F. Spieker
Mrs. Doris Stong
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stoudt
Miss Arline K. Strauss
Miss B. Strimel
Chief Fi. A. Walters
Mr. I. H. Weidner
Miss Madeline Weidner
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wittmer
Mr. Walter P. Yarus
Prof. and Mrs. H. I. Yeager
Miss Pansie Ziegenfus
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Zimmerman
This volume was made possible by the kindness of patrons and advertisers
To them we, the Class of 1939, are deeply grateful, and we urge all our friends
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