Emmaus High School - Tattler Yearbook (Emmaus, PA)
- Class of 1941
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PRESENTED IN THREE VOLUME!
BY THE SENIORS OF EMMAUS HIGH SCHOOL
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This 1941 edition of the Tattler is based on' Preparedness.
We, the staff have attempted to portray that American youth as
a whole is not tainted with isms other than Americanism.
In order to do this we have divided the annual into three
books, each showing the true spirit of democracy as developed by
the public school., Thus this nineteenth publication of the Tattler
is based on Preparedness.
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reparedness . . . gl '
Is the Keynote 'of the youth of the nation who are entering a
new world. A world where the "free way of life" is being chalf
lenged-a world where the spread of brute force is increasing
rapidly-a world where our livelihood is constantly being threat'
The world's future is in our hands. We must and shall defend
our "free way of life," that man may be free and unfettered by
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reparedness . . .
ln Education . . .
That we may be guided by the light of knowledge, not the
shadow of ignoranceg thus, we shall see our way in the future
more clearly, and with good faith in all mankind.
ln Health . . .
That our bodies may be sound and our minds pure in the
years to come. In this world in which we live there is a
part which each one of us must play.
In Cooperation . . .
Should teach us to live with our fellow man that the spirit
of fraternity and good will shall rule, not the theme of
hate, and bitterness. We must continue the ways of democracy.
. in Education
Left to right: Weidner, Wiecind, Stephen, Harwick, Keller, Muih, Stouffer
Board of School Directors
Education is the main barrier that can successfully oppose the evils of dictatorship,
and the inevitable censorship and brutal treatment that follows.
The board of school directors, which meets the first Thursday of every month in the
council room of the Town Hall, is a symbol of that barrier which safeguards the American
way of life. By means of progress in education we can combat all evil forces with success.
These seven citizens elected by the people of Emmaus to supervise the development
of children in the Emmaus public schools have a task of immense importance. The board
of school directors, subject to state regulation provides school supplies, improvement,
and care of the grounds and buildings, finances, and approves the curriculum. During the
year vacancies are filled, taxes levied, appropriations granted, and resignations accepted.
For the year 1941 the board approved a new course for the high school, which will
deal with agricultural work. The course is just another example of the board's accomplish'
ment in keeping abreast of the times.
Mr. Theodore R. Gardner is solicitor for the board.
Ivlembers of the board are:
George S. Harwick, President Claude H. Keller, Secretary
Edwin L. Muth, Vice President Ralph W. Weidner, Treasurer
Robert G. Stauffer, George S. Stephen, Albert B. Wieand
To the Class of
It is a pleasure to greet you once more
y best wishes for a
and express to you m
happy and successful future.
. We have spent four happy years to'
gether, working, playing, and learning how
to live. The manner in which we have work'
ed, played, and lived in school will help to
determine what the future shall be.
The world is crying for responsible
leadership and your community is expecting
you to furnish some of it. This demands that
you stick to the old fashioned principles of
honesty, dependability, devotion to duty, and
the determination to carry things through.
Let us be leaders. Face the issues of
life, think things through and properly evaluf
ate them. Take a firm stand for that which is
just and honorable. Bear your responsibility
and be dependable in whatever position you
may occupy and opportunity will always
seek you out.
.Gillian Q5 gdllan
When you are buying some apparel you
may not know exactly what style, color, or
material you will select. While this may be
important, however, the most important
factor is that it will fit. Use the same common
sense in selecting your vocation as you do
in selecting your clothes.
What are your interests? Which of the
hundred and one things that make this world
so fascinating arouse your enthusiasm? Find
out what you can do and what you like to do
so that you may select a vocation that gives
your talents and interests full sway. After
you have made your final decision, let no
physical handicap block your progress.
Demosthenes stuttered, but he stcod by
the edge of the sea and, with pebbles in his
mouth, delivered soliloquies to the waves.
Milton, who gave the world Paradise Lost,
was blind. All the world bows to Helen
Keller who, though deaf, dumb and blind,
has accomplished miracles.
David Starr Jordan said: L'The world
turns aside to let any man pass who knows
whither he is goingf
Best wishes for a successful career.
President ............ HENRY WETHERHOLD
Vice President ................ JEAN RICE
Secretary ....,. ..., R ACHEL GEHMAN
Treasurer , . ,... HARRY Buci-I IN
Miss PAULINE MCLEAN
MR. ALBIZRT BIZNFIELD
MR. HOWARD DEISCHER
The Class of 1941
We entered E. H. S. as Freshmen, one hundred liftyffive strong in 1937, young and
eager for an education. In 1941 there are one hundred nine of us remaining.
As Freshmen we gradually became interested in various school activites, and in Spring
we decided to have a doggie roast at Weid' ' 'll. ' ' '
a s mi This was held on June 7, with the class
advisers as chaperones.
oo as ophomores. Many of our
classmates became active in sports and oth h ' ' '
er sc ool activities. The junior varsity teams
were mainly composed of Sophomores. As the term drew to a close we decided to hold a
'Spring Shag" to the music of Bull Weida and his gang.
time quickly passed and we returned to sch 1 S
As our first social function in our Junior year we sponsored the "Turkey Trot" on
November 4. The Junior Prom, the biggest social event of the year, was held on April 12,
at the Owls' Home with the Schaadt Brothers furnishing the music. To climax the Junior
year we sponsored a dance on May 29 in honor of the 1940 graduating class. This year
saw many members of the class elected to important extrafcurricular positions, and particif
pating in varsity sports.
Finally the portals of Seniority were opened and on October 25 we held a Halloween
Dance. Soon afterwards, on November 15, we demonstrated our dramatic ability by pref
senting, "Don't Take My Penny." During the Christmas vacation we held a "Belsnickel
Hop," and on February 15, sponsored the 'LCupid's Frolicf' On April 14 we presented
"Life Begins At Sixteen," a heart warming comedy. A Senior Ball will be held after
Other activities such as s orts ' l
p , musica and dramatic performances, club activities,
and the publishing of the yearfbook kept man of o l '
y ur c assmates active throughout the year.
We reached our goalf'LGraduation''-and in the process have benefitted socially,
and scholastically. We shall remember E. H. S. as a true example of democracy at work
HERBERT W. BARTO
176 Seem Street
"Whate'e'r his life's defeatures,
He loved his fellowfcreaturesf'
Activities!-Monitor Club 2, 3, Arts and Crafts'
Club 1, 2, "Life Begins At Sixteen", Bicycle Club 1.
ANTHONY D. BASKO
618 Minor Street
"Learn the sweet magic of a cheerful face,
Not always smiling, but at least
Activities-Football Manager 1, 2, 3, Baseball
Manager 2, 3, Art Club 1.
WAYNE W. BARTO
'LAll his faults are such that K
One loves him still the better for them."
Activities-"DOn't Take My Penny", Chorus 2, 3,
Dancing Club QTreasurerD 3, Tennis and Ping Pong
ARLENE E. BAUDER
Route 1, Emmaus
"The idea of her life shall sweetly creep
Into his study of imagination."
Activities-Tatting Club 1, 2, Dancing Club 3,
Yearbook CCOpy Eclitorl.
H. ROBERT BEIDLEMAN
39 Main Street, Macungie
"Ideals are like starsg you'll not succeed
In touching them with your hands."
Chorus 3g "Don't Take My Penny"g Track 3.
PAUL J. BIEBER
147 East Main Street
NA youth to whom was given
So much of earth, so much of Heaven."
Activities-Aviation Club 15 Art Metal Club 2.
PAULINE D. BIEHN
1434 Pennsylvania Avenue
"Defer not till tomorrow to be wise,
Tomorrow s sun to thee may never rise."
Activities-Speech Club 15 Dancing Club 33 Tattler
Staff CReporterQ 2, 3g Bridge Club 3g "DOn't Take My
Pennyng Chorus 1.
S BETTY J. BITTINC
23 North Fourth Street
"Something the heart must have to cherish,
Must love and joy and sorrow learn."
Activities4SeW So Club CSecretaryD 23 Yearbook
CClass Editorjg Dancing Club 3g "Don't Take My
Pennyug Chorus 1, 2, 3g Student Council 1g Def
hating 3. -
ActivitiesfDancing Club 1, 3g Monitor Club 33
MARK T. BOWERS
209 Main Street
INDUSTRIAL ARTS COURSE
"Life is a mystery as deep as ever death can beg
Tet, oh, how dear it is to us, this life we live and see."
Activities-HifY 3g Aviation Club 1.
J. GORDON BRENSINGER
802 Chestnut Street
L'Cheerful at noon, he wakes from short repose,
Breathes the keen air, and carols as he goes."
Activities-Band 1, 2, 3g Orchestra 1, 2, 3g Baseball
1, Chorus 1, 2, 3g Track 3.
MAYNARD L. BRENSINGER
20 North Fifth Street
"The wise in heart shall he called prudent
And the sweetness of the lips increaseth learning."
Activitiesgfiootball 2, 3, Bicycle Club 1.
Route 1, Zionsville
"For this is Wisdom, to live, to love,
To take what Fate, or the Gods, may give."
Activities-fHandwritir1g Club lg Monitor Club
2, 3, Yearbook CAdvertising Managerjg HifY 2,
CPresidentj 3g Class Treasurer 3g junior Declamation
AARON D. CARL, JR.
Route 1, Zionsville
"Make the most of yourself
For that is all there is of you."
ActivitiesfDancing Club 1, 3, Pennsylvania German
STUART C. CARL
207 Macungie Avenue
"No fidget and no reformer,
A calm observer of ought and
Activities-Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 1, Aviation
Club QPresidentj 1.
ELAINE I. BURIAN
43 South Third Street
'iSweet are the thoughts that savour of content,
The quiet mind is richer than a crowrlfl
Activities-Girl Reserves 1, 2, Student Council 3,
Chorus 1, 3.
MADELINE L. CARL
"Have you not heard it said full oft,
A womarfs rzay doth stand for naught?"
Activitiesghlandwriting Club 1, Girl Reserves 2
CTreasurerD 3, Tennis and Ping Pong Club CTreasurerJ
3, Bridge Club CVice Presidentj 3, "Life Begins At
Sixteen", Yearbook QOrganization Editorj, Girls'
Activities-Basketball 1, Tattler Staff fRepOrterj
2, 3g Yearbook COrganizatiOn Editorj, Cheerleader
2, 3, Girls' Athletic Club 3g Dancing Club 3.
CAROLINE C. CHIHUL
523 Broad Street
"Grace is in all her steps
Heaven is in her eyes."
Activities-Yearbook Staff CAdvertising Managerjg
Dancing Club 3, Tennis and Ping Pong Club 2g
MARIANNA R. CHRISTMAN
East Main Street
"Her voice is ever soft, gentle,
And low, an excellent thing in woman."
Activities-Girl Reserves 1, Tatting Club 2
Chorus 1, 2g Knitting Club 3, Dancing Club 3.
HAROLD L. CORNFELD
Route 1, Old Zionsville
L'What I aspired to be
And was not, comforts me."
LEAH S. CROSSLEY
Route 1, Barto
"Her very frowns are fai're'r far
Than smiles of other maidens are."
Junior Declamation Contest.
Activities-Band 1, 2, 3, Handwriting Club 1g
Tatting Club 2g Bridge Club 3, Knitting Club 3,
DONALD M. CUNNINGHAM
110 Ncrth Fourth Street
"But theve's nothing half as sweet in life
As love's young dream."
Activities-Track 29 Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1,
Monitor Club 2, CCaptainJ 3, Chorus 3, Art
Metal Club 2.
MAE P. DECKER
568 Chestnut Street
"Little deeds of kindness, little words of love,
Help to make earth happy like the Heaven above."
Activities-Student Council 2, CSecretaryJ 3, Chorus
2, 3g Arts and Crafts Club 3, Girl Reserves 2g
Tatting Club lg Handwriting Club 1.
HAROLD J. DERR
335 South Twelfth Street
I agree with no man s opinions.
I have some of my own.
Activities-HifY 2, 3.
JOHN F. DERR, JR.
West Second Street, Alburtis
"True and tender and brave and just,
That man might honor and woman trust."
Activities-Art Metal Club 2, Football 2.
JEAN B. DICKERT
424 North Fifth Street
"None without hope e'er lotfd the brightest fair,
But love can hope where reason would despair.
ActivitieSfArt Club 1, Sew SO Club
JOSEPH z. DWORNAK
559 Elm Street
"Knowledge is proud that he has learned so muchg I
Wisdom is humble that he knows
ActIVitieSABaSketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 3,
HifY 2, CVice Presidentj 3.
23 Chorus 2, 3.
IRA E. DONEY
'He had no malice in his mind
No ruffles on his shirt."
Activities-Checker Club 2.
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CLINTON W. EDWARDS
570 Broad Street
INDUSTRIAL ARTS COURSE
"Nor Fame I slight, nor for her famous callg
She comes unloolqed for, if she comes at all."
Activities-Aviation Club 1, Art Metal Clu
Tennis and Ping Pong Club 3, Dancing Club 3.
JEANNETTE D. ESTERLY
846 Chestnut Street
"Soft is the music that would charm foreverg
The flower of sweetest smell is shy
Activities-Chorus 1, 2, 3, Handwriting Club 1g
Tennis and Ping Pong Club 2, Band 1, 2, Dancing
L. MAE FENSTERMAKER
Route 1, Macungie
"Heart on her lips, and soul within her eyes,
Soft as her clime, and sunny as
Activities-Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, Knitting Club 3,
Bridge Club 3, Chorus 1.
DOROTHY E. ENGELMAN
"As if Misfortune made the throne her seat,
And none could be happy but the great."
Activities-Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3.
FAYE F. FEATHER
303 Main Street
"Friends depart, and memory takes them l
To her caverns, pure and deep."
Activities-Cheerleader 2, 3g Chorus 1, 2, 5,
Girls' Athletic Club 2, 33 Dancing Club 3, "Don't
Take My Penny", Args and Crafts Club 1.
her skies. "
JOYCE M. FISHER
651 Walnut Street
"Had we but world enough, and time,
This coyness, lady, were no crime."
ActivitiesAChorus 1, 3, Girl Reserves 1, 2, Art
Club 3, Dancing Club 3.
EMMA F. FOLK
"All that we see or seem
Is but a dream within a dream."
Activities-Handwriting Club 1, Girl Reserves 2, 3.
CHARLES L. FUNK
Route 1, Macungie
L'But he whose inhorn worth his acts commend
Of gentle soul, to human race, a friend."
ActivitiesfHifY 3, Monitor Club
Club 1, 2, "Life Begins At Sixteen."
2, 3, Nature
RACHEL I. GEHMAN
117 South Church Street, Macungie
"Paradise itself were dim
And joyless, if not shared with himll'
Activities-0-Monitor Club 2, CSecretaryD 3, Cirl
Reserves CTreasurerj 2, CPresidentD 3, Class Secref
tary 3, Tattler Staff Cfypistj 3, Yearbook Staff
COrganization Editorj, "DOn't Take My Penny",
Handwriting Club 1.
LYNWOOD D. GIERING
34 South Second Street
"Where glowing embers through the room
Teach light to counterfeit a gloom."
Activities-Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 2g Arts and
Crafts Club 1.
WILLARD C. GIERING
653 Walnut Street
INDUSTRIAL ARTS COURSE
"Labour itself is but a sorrowful song,
The protest of the weak against the strong."
ActivitieS4Track 1, 2, 5, HifY 2, 3.
LOUISE E. GUTH
East Harrison Street
ul-Iere cornes the ladyg oh! so light a foot
Will ne'er wear out the everlasting flint."
Tatting Club 1g Sewing Club 1, 2.
VIRGINIA R. HAINES
910 Chestnut Street
'L'l'here is no sorrow like a love denied
Nor any joy like love that has its will."
Activities-Chorus 2, 35 Girlsl Athletic Club 2, 'Zag
Arts and Crafts Club 1g Dancing Club 3.
Activities-Student Council 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3g ,
JEANETTE M. HALLMAN
117 South Fifth Street
"One does not know+cannot
gthe best that is in one."
Activities-Tattler Staff CReporterj 2, 3, Monitor
Club 2, 3, Sewing Club lg Bridge Club 3, Junior
Declamation Coatest, Chorus 1g Dancing Club 3,
Speech Club 1.
FORREST D. HARWICK
"He speaketh notg and yet there lies
A conversation in his eyes.
Activities-Astronomy Club 1, Pennsylvania Cer'
man Club 2g HifY 3.
BERYL L. HARRISON
"Pleasure comes, but not to stay,
Even this shall pass away."
Activities-Chorus 1, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3g Dancing
Club 3, Bridge Club 3, Debating 3.
WALTER W. HAUSER
728 Chestnut Street
'Stately and tall he moves in the hall
The chief of a thousand for grace."
Activities-Football 1, 2, CCaptainj 33 Basketball
1, 2, 3g Baseball 1, 2, 3, Tattler Staff CReporterD 2,
CPage Editorj 3, Yearbook Staff QAthletic Editorjg
Dancing Club 3.
LEROY C. HERTZOG
44 North Second Street
" 'Tis education forms the common mind,
just as the twig is bent the ITCCQS inclined."
Activities-Astronomy Club 1, Tennis and Ping
Pong Club 2, Chorus 2, 3.
MARGARET I. HERTZOG
369 Broad Street
"Better by fm' you should forget and smile
Than that you should 'remember and be sad.
ActiVities4Chorus 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Arts and
Crafts Club QVice PresidentQ 3, In and Out Club 2,
Tatting Club 1, Hockey 1, junior Varsity Basket'
ARLENE E. HOFFMAN
203 North Third Street
'LIt's the song ye sing, and the smile ye wear,
Thafs afmaleing the sun shine everywhere."
Activities-"Life Begins At Sixteenf, Student Counf
cil 1, Monitor Club 2, CLieut. Captainj 3, Arts
and Crafts Club CTreasurerj 1, Bridge Club 2, 3,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Knitting Club 3, Speech Club 1.
LORRAINE I. HOHE
121 East Elin Street
"To love and win is the best thing,
To love and lose is the next best."
Activities-Monitor Club 2, 3, Chorus 1, 3, Arts
and Crafts Club CTreasurerj 1, CSecretaryfTreasurerD
3, Dancing Club 3, "Life Begins At Sixteen."
SCPHIA J. HOPSTOCK
420 South Seventh Street
"Tet taught by time, my heart has learrfd to glow
For others' good, ancl melt at others' woe."
Activities-Handwriting Club lg Chorus 2, 3, Dancf
ing Club 3g "Life Begins At Sixteenng Sew So Club 2.
Route 1, Zionsville
HI have drunken deep of joy
And I will taste no other wine, tonight."
Activitiesm-Tattler Staff QReporterj 2, CEditorj 3g
"Don't Take My Pennyug Chorus 3, Dancing Club
3g Yearbook Staff CEditorj.
WINNABELLE L. HOSFELD
551 Elm Street
"I am not merryg but I do beguile
The thing I am, by seeming otherwise."
Activitiesffxrt Metal Club 2g Bicycle Club Ig
Dancing Club 3.
GRACE L. HUBER
133 Church Street, Macungie
"Those eyes the greenest of things blue,
The bluest of things grey."
Activities-Girl Reserves 2, CVice Presidentl 3,
Handwriting Club 1, Tennis and Ping Pong Club
fSecretaryj 3g Chorus 3.
MARILYNN S. HUYETT
331 North Second Street
"Her glossy hair is clustered o'er her brow
Bright with intelligence and fair and smooth."
Activities-Speech Club 1, Tattler Staff fReporterJ
2, CPage Editorj 3, Yearbook Stalf CAssistant Editorjg
"Life Begins At Sixteenng Chorus 1, 3, Band 1, 2, 3g
Debating 3, Class Vice-President 13 Class Secretary
25 Bridge Club 39 Hockey 1.
JANE ANN IOBST
244 Main Street
"The fairest garden in her looks
And in her mind the wisest books."
Activities-Band 1, 2, 3, Monitor Club 2, 3,
Basketball 3g Bridge Club 2, QPresidentj 3g "Don't
Take My Pennyvg Debating 3g Tennis and Ping
Pong Club 3, Junior Declamation Contest, Chorus 1,
Speech Club 1, Hockey 1.
ZANE L. IOBST
316 North Second Street
"Merrily, merrily shall I live now,
Under the blossom that hangs on the boughf'
Activities-Art Club 1, 2, Dancing Club 3.
FERN J. KLINE
337 Broad Street
L'Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale
Her infinite variety."
Activities-Dancing Club 3, Art Club 3g Girl
Reserves 2g Chorus 3g Sewing Club 1.
'hHer little,,nan1eless, unremembered acts
ActiVitiesgChOruS 1, 2, 3, Dancing Club 3, Girls'
Athletic Club 2, 3, "Don't Take My Penny", Arts
and Crafts Club 1.
ActivitiesiChOrus 1, 2, 3, Tattler Staff QRepOrterJ 2,
CPage Editorl 3, Yearbook Staff CAssistant Editorl,
Speech Club 1, Knitting Club 3, Girls' Athletic
GENEVIEVE A. KLINE
371 Broad Street
of kindness and of love." ,
HILDA A. KLINE
"Heres a sigh for those who love me,
And a smile for those who hate."
Activities-fGirl Reserves 1, 2, 3, Knitting Club
CSecretaryj 3, junior Varsity Basketball 2, Varsity
ERNESTINE J. KNAUSS
113 South Sixth Street
"Life is a jest, and all things show it
I said so once and now I know it."
THELMA M. KNAUSS
33 North Fourth Street
"Oh the heart is a free and a fetterless thing,
A wave of the ocean, a bird on the wing !"
Activities-Yearbook Staff CFeature Editorj, Band
1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 3, Class Secref
tary 1, Basketball Manager 2, 3, Monitor Club 2, 3,
Junior Declamation Contest, Girls' Athletic Club
CRepOrterfSecretz1ryj 3, "Life Begins At Sixteen",
JAMES G. KOCH
662 Chestnut Street
"We grant although he had much wit
He was very shy in using it."
grapherjg Chorus 3, Tennis and Ping Pong Club 35
Student Ccuncil 2, CPresidentj 3g HifY 35 Astronomy
gg Club lg Junior Declamation Contest, Debating 3.
JACQUELINE D. KOOKER f I ' 1 ,
L'Born with the gift of laughter and a
sense that the world is mad."
ActivitiesfGirls' Athletic Club 2, CTreasurerD 3g
Student Council CAssistant Treasurerl 2, Tattler
Staff CCirculation Managerj 35 Yearbook Staff
CCirculatiOn Managerjg jr. Varsity Basketball 1g
Varsity Basketball 3, Gym Team 1, 2, 3g Hockey 1, 2.
GLORIA B. KRAMER
Front Street, Alburtis
"A woman's guess is much more accurate
than a man's certainty."
ActivitiesfGirl Reserves 1, Tennis and Ping Pong
Club 2, Bridge Club 3, Chorus 1, 'LDon't Take My
Penny", Band 1, 2, 3, Tattler Staff CTypistj 3.
PAUL A. KRASLEY
27 South Third Street
"Of ancient race by birth,
But Nobler yet in his own worth."
Activities-Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Yearbook Staff CPhotof
WILLIAM S. KRATZER
301 North Third Street
"Endurance the crowning quality
And patience all the passion of great hearts."
Activities-Yearbook Staff CAdvertis
"Don't Take My Pennyug Band 1, 2, 3g Orchestra 3,
Debating 3, Tennis and Ping Pong Club 1, 2,
DONALD G. LOHRMAN
151 Church Street, Macungie Q
"A rnan he seems of cheerful yesterdays
And confident tornorrows.
Activities-Dancing Club 1, Stude
Orchestra 2, 3, Band 2, 3, Debating 3g Yearbook
Staff CCopy Eclitorjg Chorus.
HARRY H. KRIEBEL
91 Church Street, Macungie
"Fireside happiness, to hours of ease
Blest with that charm, the certainty to please
Activities-Tennis and Ping Pong Club 1.
nt Council 1g
WARREN E. LONG
"I envy none, no, no, not I
And no one envies rne.
Activities-Aviation Club 1g HifY 1.
KENNETH O. MARKS
Route 1, Zionsville
"Lord of himself, though not of landsg
And having nothing, yet hath all."
Activities-Student Council 2, 3g Aviation Club 1.
M. COLLEEN McKEEVER
1 112 Pennsylvania Avenue
"Happy am Ig from care I'm free!
Why aren't they all contented like me?"
Activities-Chorus 2, 3g Dancing Club 3g Sew So
Club 2g Arts and Crafts Club 1. :g
ELAINE B. MEITZLER
522 Minor Street
"Nature her custom holds,
Let shame say what it will."
ActivitiesfGirl Reserves 2g Chorus 2, 3g Dancing
JOSEPH R. MERKEL
"The work of the world must be doneg
And minds are many though truth be one."
Activities-Student Council 1g Football 2g Dancing
Club 1g Monitor Club 3g "Life Begins At Sixteen."
ROY P. MILLER
1125 Pennsylvania Avenue
INDUSTRIAL ARTS COURSE
"Peace, peace is what I seek and public calm,
Endless extinction of unhappy hatesf,
ActivitiesMHifY 2, QChaplainj 3, Aviation Club 1.
WILLIAM S. MILLER
920 Chestnut Street
VINCENT E. MILLER
1450 Swartz Crossing
'lMy life is like a stroll upon the beach,
As near the ocean's edge as I can go."
Activities-Baseball 1, 2, 3, Student Council 3
I'IifY 2, 3.
"Behind a frowning providence
He hides a shining face."
Activities-Band 1, 2, "Don't Take My Penny",
Baseball 1, Chorus 2, 3, Dancing Club 1, 3, Astronf 1
only Club 1.
OWEN J. MOLL
Route 1, Barto
'iAnd though he promise to his loss,
He makes his promise good."
ActivitiesfMOnitor Club 2, 3, HifY 2, CSecretaryj 3
Dancing Club 1, "Life Begins At Sixteen".
WILLIAM L. MOORE
49 South Third Street
"Blonde or brunette, this rhyrne applies,
Happy is he who knows them notf'
Activities-Chorus 3, Aviation Club 1.
FREEMAN C. MOYER
Route 1, Zionsville
"Alack! There lies more peril in thine eyes
Than twenty of their swords."
Activitiesf' I-IifY 3, Aviation Club 1.
HAROLD R. MOYER
1043 Pennsylvania Avenue
"What shall I do to be forever known,
And make the age to come my own."
Activities5Aviation Club 1, Arts and Crafts Club 2
Monitor Club 2, 3, HifY 3.
"No words suffice the secret soul to show
For truth denies all eloquence to woe."
Activities-Arts and Crafts Club 2g Bicycle Club lg A
Aviation Club 1,
HENRY I. NEIMEYER
203 Main Street
"How many a thing which we cast to the ground,
When others pick it up, becomes a gemll'
ActivitiesvAStrOnomv Club 1, Pennsylvania Cer'
man Club 2, Travel Club 3.
ROY C. NEITZ
31 North Fourth Street
i'Happy who in his verse can gently steer
From grave to light, from pleasant to severe."
ACtivitieSfFootball 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3,
Basketball 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, Stage Hand 1, 2, Avia'
tion Club 1, Dancing Club 3.
MYRTLE C. NEIMEYER
419 Railroad Street
"A happy soul, that all the way
To heaven hath a summefs day."
ActivitiesAArt Club 1, 2, Dancing Club 3, Tattler
Staff QBusiness Managerl 2, 3, Yearbook Staff CBuSineSS
Managerlg Chorus 1, 2.
LEO C. QUEEN
810 Chestnut Street
7'Rock'd in the cradle of the deep
I lay me down in peace to sleep."
ACtivitiesfffBiCyCle Club 1, Dancing Club 1, 3.
MARGARET E. RAEDLER
Route 1, Macungie
"She that was ever fair and never proud,
Had tongue at will, and yet was never loud."
Activities-4Chorus 1, 2, 3, Girl Reserves 1, Arts
and Crafts Club 2, Dancing Club 3, Bridge Club 3.
MYRON A. REYNOLDS
223 South Second Street
"The sea! the sea! the open sea!
The blue, the fresh, the ever freell'
Activites-HifY 2, Track 2, Aviation Club 1,
Chorus 3, L'Life Begins At Sixteen."
JEAN O. RICE
181 Main Street
"If she under value me,
What care I how fair she be?"
ActivitiesfClass President 1, Vice President 2, 3,
Monitor Club 2, 3, Chorus 1, 3, L'Don't Take My
Penny", Yearbook Staff CManaging Editorjg Dancing
Club 3, Girl Reserves 1, Art Metal Club 2.
MARGARET M. RITTER
143 East Main Street, Macungie
"Her modest looks the cottage might adorn,
Sweet as the primrose peeps beneath the thorn."
Activities-Student Council 1, Handwriting Club 1,
Girl Reserves 2, Chorus 3, Bridge Club 3, Dancing
C ub 3.
626 Chestnut Street
"Dreams, hooks, each are a world, and books, we know,
Are a substantial world, both pure and good."
Activities-Art Metal Club 1, CPresidentD 23 "Don't
Take My Pennyvg Tennis and Ping Pong Club 3,
Bridge Club 3, Dancing Club 3.
WILLIS H. ROHRBACH
330 South Horne Street, Topton
'iResolve to be thyselfg and know, that he
Who jinds himself, loses his misery."
MIRIAM M. RUCH
643 Chestnut Street
"The light of love, the purity of grace.
The mind, the music breathing from her face."
ActivitiesAYearbook Staff CEeature Editorjg junior
Declamation Contestg Girls' Athletic Club 3g "Life
Begins At Sixteen", Cheerleader 3g Monitor Club 2,
3g Dancing Club 3g Chorus 1, 2, 3, Tattler Staff
QReporterD 2, CPage Eclitorj 3, Arts and Crafts Club 1,
Speech Club 1.
DONALD G. SCHAEEFER
117 East Elm Street
.aw ACADEMIC COURSE
L'For of all sad words of tongue or pen,
The saddest are these, It might have been!"
ActivitiesA-Astronomy Club lg Dancing Club 3
ActivitiesJPennsylvania German Club 2g Chorus 2, 3
ELIZABETH J. SCHULER
slCll66TfUlHCSS and content are great beautifiers and
are famous preservers of youthful looks.
Activities-Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, Tennis and Ping
Pong Club 3, Chorus 1.
HOWARD C. STAUFFER, JR.
'iBliss in possession will not last,
Remembered joys are never past."
Activities!-Dancing Club 1, 3, Pennsylvania German
MARIAN V. SCHAFFER
308 North Fifth Street
"A thing of beauty is a joy forever, its loveliness increases!
It will never pass into notlaingnessf'
Activities-Band 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Orchestra
1, 2, 3, Bridge Club 3, Arts and Crafts Club 1.
BRUCE D. SMOYER
141 Main Street
i'Ol1 call it by some better name.
For friendship sounds too cold."
Activitiesk-Student Council 1, Track 2, Band 1, 2,3,
"Don't Take My Penny", Tennis and Ping Pong
CLINTON G. STEPHENS
815 Chestnut Street
"Twilight, a timid fawn went glimmering by,
And Night, the darkfblue hunter, followed fast."
Activitiesflnootball 2g Baseball lg Bicycle Club lg
Dancing Club 3.
EARL L. STOUDT
"And still they gazed and still their wonder grew
That one small head could carry all he knew."
Activitiesfflstronomy Club lg Pennsylvania Gerf
man Club 2, HifY 3, Baseball 1, 2.
JOHN D. STOSH
661 Furnace Street
"But let me live by the side of the road
And be a friend to man."
Activities-Arts and Crafts Club 2g Chorus 34
Aviation Club lg Paste and Scissors Club lg "Life
Begins At Sixteen."
DAMIAN J. SVRCEK
746 Furnace Street
"Whoever thinks a faultess piece to see,
Thinks what ne'er was, nor is, nor e'er shall he."
Activities-Student Council 2g Chorus 5g HifY 1, 2,
Baseball 2, 3g Paste and Scissors Club lg Aviation
Activities4Tattler Staff CReporterJ 2, 3, Arts and
Crafts Club 1, 3, Dancing Club 35 Chorus 1, 2, 3g
Yearbook Staff CClass Editorjg Bicycle Club 1g
"Life Begins At Sixteen."
Activities-Chorus 1, 2, 33 Girl Reserves 1g Art
Metal Club CSecretaryj 2g Student Council 3g Monif
tor Club 2, 33 Class Treasurer 2, "Don't Take My
JAMES P. TREICHLER
"A little fun, to match the sorrow
Of each day's growing-until tomorrow!"
Activities-Gym Team lg Dancing Club 1, CVice
Presidentj 35 Aviation Club 1.
HELEN J. TRUMP
211 South Fourth Street
GENERAL COURSE S
"A friendship that like love is warm
A love like friendship, steady."
HARRIET V. URFFER
'LHe'r face is like the milky way in the sky
A meeting of gentle lights without a name."
Activities-Chorus 1, 3g Arts and Crafts Club 2g
Handwriting Club 1, Dancing Club 3.
GERTA E. WEBB
326 Broad Street
'iShe doeth little kindnesses
Which most leave undone, or despise."
GLENN K. WENNIG
30 North Second Street
"He that complies against his will
Is of his own opinion still.
Activities---Chorus 1, 2, 3, Basketball Manager
1, 2, 3, HifY CSecretaryj 2, 3, Dancing Club 1, 3,
"Don't Take My Penny."
HENRY K. WETHERHOLD
231 Ridge Street
"Wisdom is oft times nearer when
Than when we soar."
Activities4Tattler Staff QReporterD
Staff CAthletic Editorl, Football 2, 3, Basketball 1,
2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, Student Council 1, Class President
2, 3, Dancing Club 3.-
ROBERT W. WESSNER
230 Green Street
"One inch of joy surmounts of grief a span
Because to laugh is proper to the man."
Activities-Track 1, 2, 3, Stage Manager 1, 2, 3,
HifY 2, 3, Aviation Club 1.
LORRAINE R. WETZEL
Route 2, Allentown
'lOhl then I saw her eye was bright,
A well of love, a spring of light."
Activities-Chorus 3, Dancing Club 3, Girl Reserves
1, 2, Bridge Club 3, "Life Begins At Sixteen."
W JULIA YAREMA
66 Keystone Avenue
"Laugh and the world laughs with you,
Weep and you weep alone."
Activities-Chorus 1, Sewing Clublg Checker Club
23 Dancing Club 3.
ANDREW D. YANOCHKO
545 Furnace Street
"We shall be judged, not by what
We might have been, but what we have been."
Activities-Aviation Club lg Tennis and Ping Pong
Club 1, 2, Boy Scout Club 2.
Wl1o's Who In The Senior Class
Who's Who in the Class of 1941 Has
Been Selected by o Vote of the Seniors
Most Popular . .
Handsomest . .
Most likely to
Best Singer. . .
Best Athlete. .
succeed .... , 4 . , .
Best Character .,.,.
Best Actor. . .
Best Actress .
Best Dressed .....
Shortest . . .
Margzxret Rae dler
Jane Ann Iobst
MUST UKELY TO SUCCEEU
EEST AETUR AND AETRESS
udacious , .
printer . . .
ptimistic . . .
acetious . .
hespian . .
ffervescent. , , . .
aughty . . ,
oinph. . .
eckless. . .
raveler. . .
IHIIOI' . .
. . .Lorraine Wetzel
. . . .Arlene Hoffman
. Vincent Miller
. . . .Henry Neimeyer
. john Stosh
. . .William Kratzer
. . ,Anthony Basko
. . .Betty Bitting
I 5 A
President ...... .....,......,.,. N ATHAN GERY
Vice President. , . .... MADLYN BACKENSTO
Secretary ..,,. ........ M ARY MIKLENCIC
Treasurer. . ,....,,.. . . .ARLENE Srnfxuss BENFIELD
Mas. BENFIITLD MR. BROKER
Wilson, Mary Vivian
President ........,.,..,.. ..... R OBERT READINGER
Vice President ..... . . ,VIRGINIA SHAW
Secretary ,...... , . . .BETTY GOHEEN
Treasurer . . .,,.............. . MARVIN STEPHEN
MISS BEARY MR. OILTT
MISS Cook MR. PETERS
Wetherhold, Nancy Jane
President ...... ..,........... S AMUEL KNAUSS
Vice President .... ..... K ENNETH HAAS
Secretary ...... 4,,. J EAN MILLER
Treasurer ..., . . . ..... JESSE MILLER
Miss HAUSER MR. FRANTZ
MR. BOWERS MR. WALBERT
Stephen, Betty Ann
Y Kline, William
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Left to right: First Row: Brunner, Seagreaves, Derr, Stichter, Haas, G. Miller, S. Schantzenbach, H. Merkle,
Schuler, Gilbert, Flamish. Second Row: Basko, Bortz, Markle, T. Merkel, Brensinger, Wetherhold, Hauser, Neitz,
H. Schantzenbach, Fellman, Sikorski, Miklos. Third Row: Kocis, Giering, D. Miller, Durbak, McGinley, Moore,
Longenecker, Diehl, Stephen, Konkus, Wasco, Terrifinko. Fourth Row: DeLong, Adam, Carl, Correll, Conrad,
Bechtel, Kovish, Bitting, Druckenmiller, Gery, Clymer, R. Miller.
Mediocre Record Established by Squad
The Green and Gold football team com'
pleted it's 1940 football season with four
victories, five defeats, and one tie. With the
exception of the Palmerton game, the locals
played a line brand of ball, the opponents
scoring only one touchdown more than the
Moravian Boro lads. After losing four conf
secutive games the Hartman coached boys
showed their willingness by displaying a
lighting spirit winning the next two contests
and gaining a tie in the last game of the season.
The season opened with a veteran line
reporting, however, no experienced backheld
men returned from the preceding season. The
boys inaugurated the season by handing the
Allentown Junior Varsity a 14fO setback.
The next game the locals stacked up against
Northampton, Champions of the Lehigh
Valley League. After Emmaus led through'
out most of the game, a blocked punt enabled
the Konkrete Kids to gain an 837 verdict.
The following week the Slate Boro lads
visited Emmaus, and were handed a decisive
Failure to take advantage of the "breaks"
caused a 1OfO loss to be inflicted upon the local
lads by the Catasauquans. Lack of spirit on
the part of the players played an important
part in the 13f6 defeat given the local eleven
by the Lehighton Indians. The undefeated
Boyertown High team squeezed out a 12f6
victory on a muddy Emmaus field, and Palmerf
ton's Blue Bombers trounced the local crew
to the tune of 45f6. A touchdown in the
last minute of play enabled the Green and
Gold to eke out a 6fO victory over East
Greenville High. The underfdog Emmaus
High eleven gained a 6fO decision over a
strong Pocono Team from Stroudsburg in
the annual Booster Day game. On a snow
laden field Emmaus held the powerful
Whitehall Zephyrs in the annual Turkey Day
Clash to a OfO deadlock.
The basement room of St. Matthew's
Evangelical Church was the place of the
annual football banquet. The speakers were
Alvin Julian and Jud Timm, Coaches of
Muhlenberg and Moravian respectively, and
Leo Prendergast, former Bethlehem High
coach. The Mary Deischer trophy was
presented to Captain Walter Hauser as the
team's most outstanding player, and the
Doctor Lichtenwalner trophy was shared
by Russell Fellman and Richard McGinley,
as the most improved players of the year.
Harold Schantzenbach was awarded a foot'
ball for being the outstanding player in the
booster day game.
Only four seniors will be lost through
graduation which leaves a great nucleus for
next year's team. They are: Maynard
Brensinger, Captain Walter Hauser, Roy
Neitz and Henry Wetherhold.
East Greenville High
:'cLehigh Valley League Games
1 , V, .. ., 2,1
Left to right: First Row: Dwornak, Fellman, Hauser, Wetherhold, Carl. Second Row: Wennig, Bortz, Sikorski,
Markle, Giering, Hertzog. Third Row: lobst, Schantzenbach.
Cagers Establish Impressive Record by
Winning Second Halt League Championship
Never to be forgotten will be the 1941
basketball team which captured the second
half championship of the Lehigh Valley Inter'
scholastic League, a feat never before accompf
lished by a former Emmaus team. The locals
established a record of eighteen victories
and seven defeats.
Coach Hartman Captain Wetherhold
The Green and Gold cagers got away
to a poor start losing the first three contests
to Moraviaii Prep, Allentown, and Central
Catholic. They came back, however, to win
the next four games over Lansdale, Central
Catholic, Alumni, and South Whitehall.
In the league opener the local quintet
lost a 25f23 thriller to Palmerton on the
latter's court. The next two games resulted
in victories over Catasauqua and Lehighton.
After suffering a defeat at the hands of
Northampton the Green and Gold squad
defeated Stroudsburg, lost to Whitehall,
and then finished the first half league schedule
with a victory over Slatington.
Coach Hartman feted his squad with a
turkey dinner held at his home, at which the
boys vowed to take the second half champion'
ship, and they did just that. They started
the undefeated second half campaign with
an encouraging 3625 victory over Palmerton.
Following this they squeezed out two wins
over Catasauqua and Lehighton, handed
Northampton a 55f19 lacing, and were vicf
torious over Stroudsburg, Whitehall, and
Slatington to complete the undefeated second
Smith Hall in Slatington was the scene
of the championship tilt between Palmerton
Cfirst half championsj and Emmaus Csecond
half championsj. After a nipfandftuck battle,
the Palmerton boys came out on top, 32f27.
Following the league schedule the
Hartman proteges were victorious over
Moravian Prep, Central Catholic, and
In appreciation of the splendid playing
of the Moravian Boro lads, the athletic
association presented the boys with a banquet
held at Trainers in Quakertown. Also, as a
token of appreciation the Green and Gold
boys were presented with their uniforms at
the end of the season.
Moravian Prep 39 37
Allentown 28 12
Central Catholic 38 35
Lansdale 21 A 35
Central Catholic 24 37
Alumni 29 41
South Whitehall 32 41
9'Palmerton 25 23
'Catasauqua 23 39
"gLehighton 21 23
"Northampton 37 31
'kStroudsburg 16 22
3fWhitehall 38 35
"'Slatin gton 5 1 58
"'Palmerton 26 35
"'Catasauqua 35 ' 37
'Lehighton 43 45
"FNorthampton 19 55
a"Stroudsburg 22 28
3"W'hitehall 24 49
'kSlatington 34 58
Palmerton 32 27
Moravian Prep 34 56
Central Catholic 30 39
Millersburg Alumni 27 68
"'Lehigh Valley InterfScholastic Games
Left to right:
Left to right: First Row: Bowers, Eck, Miklencic, Albright, Iobst, Kocis, Hamscher. Second Row: Knauss, Yaniger,
Tomasovic, Flores, Westwood, Kline, Eschbach.
The lassies completed their basketball
campaign with eight wins and eight losses.
After losing eight of the Hrst eleven games
the local sextet showed renewed strength
with a five game winning streak to gain a
500 per cent average for the season.
They opened their season with a def
cisive 22f8 decision over the Moravian Prep
Girls, and followed this with a 25f22 victory
over Coopersburg. The girls, however, did
not show their best form until the latter
Coach Cook Captain Miklencic
part of the season when they defeated
Coopersburg, Fountain Hill, Palmerton, and
.lane Ann Iobst and Hilda Kline are the
only two lassies graduating.
Moravian Prep 8 22
Coopersburg 22 25
Fleetwood 23 13
Alumni 37 28
Wilson Boro 28 13
Fleetwood 19 18
Wilson Boro 23 22
Fountain Hill 14 17
Bethlehem Catholic 26 17
Sel1ersvillefPerkasie 39 8
Bethlehem Catholic 15 10
Coopersburg 17 2 l
Fountain Hill 12 14
Palmerton 15 29
Palmerton 19 21
Moravian Prep 6 39
Left to right: First Row: Genther, Kollar. Second Row: Stephen, Diehl, McGinley, Reinert, Durbak. Third Row:
Sikora, Apgar, Carl, Longenecker, Dankel, Kocis, Hankwitz. Fourth Row: Seagreaves, Lutsey, Lenner, Koneski.
Allentown 1. V.
Junior Varsity Basketball
SCHEDULE The Junior Varsity squad which sup'
O E plies the varsity with experienced players in
44 15 future years, completed the season with six
46 22 wins and fourteen setbacks.
36 23 With practically the entire squad of the
32 19 preceding year advancing to thes varsity:
Coach Humphreys had to start from scratch'
47 21 and did a good job considering this fact.
40 17 Since four members of this year's varsity
45 28 are graduating, several members of this
29 32 squad are due for varsity action next season.
' 19 21
Coach Humphreys Captain Durbak
Left to right: First Row: D. Miller, V. Miller, Wetherhold, Hauser, McGinley, Giering, Dwornak, Tern lnko Second
Row: Trump, Secgrecves, Benner, Reinerl, Derr, Berger, Dunkel, Strohm, Apgar, Buskc. Third Row Brunner
Bechtel, Hilbert, Kuncio, lobsl, Diehl, Lenner, Meitzler.
With ten members returning from last
year's squad to form a nucleus, the Green
and Gold baseball nine faced a twelve game
schedule. In addition, twentyfseven inf
experienced underclass men responded to
Coach Hartman's call. Due to the wet
condition of the Athletic field the locals were
without outdoor practice at the beginning
of the season. However, as the season prof
gressed field conditions improved giving the
Moravian Boro fans an opportunity to witf
ness thrilling games, and the team a successful
The following members are leaving
through graduation: Joseph Dwornak, Lyn'
wood Giering, Walter Hauser, Vincent
Miller, Captain, and Henry Wetherhold.
3"Lehigh Valley League Games
Left to right: First Row: Coach Schroder, D. Miller, S. Gehris, Howerter, Schuler, C. Giering, Miklos, Clymer,
W. Giering. Second Row: Reodinger, Rinker, Hutchinson, Schuntzenbach, Esterly, Sikorski, Longenecker,
Fowler, Gilbert, Derr. Third Row: G. Miller, A. Gehris, Brosky, Correll, Druckenmiller, Moyer, Wetzel. Fourth
Row: Oswald, Delong, R. Miller, Brown, Reed, Hoffman, Brobst. Fifth Row: Krutzer, Doney, Gerhcrt, Knauss,
Speer, Eberwein, Gruber. Sixth Row: Markie, Brensinger, Beidlemcn, Moore, Lutsey, Hertzog.
Fortyfone candidates reported to Coach
Schrader's call to form a team to engage in
eight meets, only two being on the home field.
To prepare for this schedule, the track men
practiced strenuously, but were unable to
practice outfoffdoors due to inclement
weather and because of the condition of the
With only three boys graduating, prosf
pects for future years look very bright.
The following boys are lost through
graduation: Robert Beidleman, Gordon Brenf
singer, and Willard Ciering, Captain.
Allentown, South Whitehall
P. I. A. A. District Meet
P. I. A. A. State Meet
Nazareth Invitation Meet
Left to right: First Row: Mary Vetrosky. Second Row: Miriam Ruch,
Carolyn Chihul, Faye Feather. Third Row: Betty Rauch, Alice Mehi,
These trim young girls played a major part in all our athletic
contests. They did not participate in the games but they did develop
enthusiasm among the spectators and inspired the team by leading the
fans in the school yells.
The squad, under the guidance of Mr. Frantz, is composed of Junior
and Senior girls. They were outffitted in attractive green and gold
uniforms with megaphones to match. The Senior girls are: Carolyn
Chihul, Faye Feather, and Miriam Ruch. The Juniors are: Alice Mehi,
Betty Rauch, and Kathryn Wieder, with Mary Vetrosky acting as
The girls, at the end of their senior year, are awarded a sixfinch
chenille letter in recognition of their valuable services.
. in Cooperation
The School Paper
"A nation is free only as long as its press is free", following this motto, members of
the journalistic Club were allowed to use their own discretion as to the content material
of the school paper.
The Tattler, a monthly publication, consisting of four pages was printed throughout
the school year. lt was devoted to news about school activities, feature articles, alumni
news, humor columns, editorials, and gossip about the students.
Our paper, and club which meets weekly is sponsored by Mr. Frantz, while Mr.
Benfield serves as adviser on copy material.
The objective is to publish news accurately, honestly, and intelligently. We serve as
the eyes, ears, and voice of the student body. At all times we strive to reflect the students'
thoughts and activities fairly and impartially.
Although we do not have a journalistic Course in our high school, the members of
the staff learned by actual writing just how and what to write. Henry Justin Smith,
noted journalist, often proclaimed that the only way to learn to write is to write. By writ'
ing everything, and anything, we became proficient in writing copy for the paper.
The seniors of the club took part in the Five County Scholastic Press Conference at
Schuylkill Haven in October. At this meeting various advisers and members of student
publications exchanged ideas, and discussed school publications in a constructive manner.
EditorfinfChief. . , .......................,.... WILLIAM HORN
Page Editors. . . , . ERNESTINE KNAUSS, MARILYNN HUYETT
MIIKIAM RUCH, WALTER HAUSER
Reporters4Seniors. . . . ..........,, PAULINE BIEHN, CAROLYN CHIHUL
HELEN TRUMP, HENRY WETHERHOLD
Reporters fejuniors .,.......,... MAB ECK, MILLIDINE GRIM, MADELINE HOUSEKNBCHT,
MURIEL HUBBARD, IRENE KRUPA, GLORIA MOYBR, ETHELMAE NEIMEYER,
JUNE SMITH, BURTON FEGLEY, FRANK MooRE.
Business Manager ....,...........,...........,..,,. . . , MYRTLE NEIMEYBIK
Circulation Manager. . . ....... . . JACQUELINE KooIcER
Assistant Managers. . . ..... GLADYS YEAHL, NATHAN GERY
Typists ......,... . . .RACHEL GEHMAN, GLORIA KRAMER
Faculty Advisers . . . . . PAUL J. FRANTZ, ALBERT S. BENEIBLD
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1fSenior Reporters 3-Page Edirors
2-Edif0f'in-Chief, 4-Junior Reporfers
Managing Editor, Business Manager,
-Editor-in-Chief, Assistant Editors
Feature Editors, Copy Editors
-fPhotography Editor, Faculty Adviser
To publish the yearbook, twentyfone members of the senior class were chosen from
a large group of volunteers. These talented students were selected by the senior class
officers, and the senior members of the journalistic Club.
After the staff was organized, the first objective was to award the engraving and
printing contracts. MiersfBachman Lithographing Company of Allentown was awarded
the printing contract, while the Pontiac Engraving and Electrotype Company of Chicago,
was awarded the engraving contract. Calvin Studio at 617 Linden Street, Allentown,
handled the photographic work of the groups, while James Koch, a senior, handled the
informal photographic work of the teachers and students, Mr. Frantz served as adviser
and directed the staff in its work,
In order to publish the Tattler many staff members were obligated to work many
hours after school, and voluntarily discontinued other extrafcurricular activities. The
staff was divided into many units, each of which had its own special functions in the
preparation of the yearbook.
EditorfinfCl1ief .... .............,...... W ILLIAM HORN
Assistant Editors. . . . . ,MARILYNN HUYETT, ERNESTINE KNAUSS
Managing Editor. . , ...................,.. JEAN 'RICE
Copy Editors. . . . . .ARLENE BAUDER, DONALD LOHRMAN
Class Editors ...... .......,............ B ETTY BITTING, HELEN TRUMP
Organization Editors. . . .... MADELINE CARL, CAROLYN CHIHUL, RACHEL GEHMAN
Athletic Editors .... ............. W ALTER HAUSER, HENRY WETHERHOLD
Feature Editors ..... .... T HELMA KNAUSS, MIRIAM RUCH
Photography Editor. , . ....,........,... JAMES Kocu
Business Manager .... .... M YRTLE NEIMEYER
Circulation Manager. . , .,.....................,..., .JACQUELINE KOOKER
Advertising Managers ,,,. . , .HARRY BUCHIN, HAROLD CoRNEELD, WILLIAM KRATZER
Faculty Adviser ...... ....,.................. ........ P A UL FRANTZ
"Don'f Take My Penny"
"Don't Take My Penny," a three act comedy, was presented by the Senior Class
on November 15. The play dealt with Penny who thought she was the ideal girl to be
chosen to play the star role in the movie version of a popular novel. Some of her best
friends posed as the author and his friends in order to End someone more suitable than
Penny to play the role.
This play had everythingg youth, charm, and funny incidents, which were enjoyed
by both young and old.
Sally . ..,..,...
Norman Porter, .
Penny Pringle. . .
Caleb Pringle .
Mark Pringle. .
Mavis Pringle. , .
Mrs. Pringle r...
Joanna Burnet .
Kerry .... . .
Monsieur Henri ,
onDay,... ..,.............,...... .
Miss Joyce Beary-Coach
. . . .Faye Feather
. . .Glenn Wennig
. . . . Genevieve Kline
. . . .Bruce Smoyer
. . . . ,jane Ann Iobst
, Rachel Gehman
. . . William Miller
. . . .Betty Bitting
. . . .Butler Roberts
. . , Pauline Biehn
, . . . Gerta Webb
. . Gloria Kramer
. . . Wayne Barto
4 . , William Horn
'Life Begins at Sixteen"
The Senior Class presented their second play, "Life Begins At Sixteen," on April 4.
The title of the play very readily suggests the contents. Young Paul Hollis, with the aid
of his club, "The Secret Seven," attempts to modernize his father's store while his parents
are away on a cruise. He also sets out to prove that his eldest sister's suitor, Crandal
Smythe, is a cunning racketeer.
Hilarious complications follow as the parents return unexpectedly from their cruise.
Events reveal that Mr. Smythe is a forger and that Paul's renovation of the store is Mr.
Hollis's good fortune.
Mr. Hollis ....
Mrs. Hollis, . .
Paul Hollis ....
Frannie Hollis ,..,.
Marjorie Hollis ....
Snookie Hollis. .
George Gordon ,
Cmndal Smythe. . .
Fattie Zimmer, ,
Pidgie Miller, .
Boots Bennett. .
Daisy Jenkins. .
Elsie Taggevt. . .
Miss Joyce Beary-Coach
. , . , . ,Charles Funk
. . Joseph Merkel
. .Thelma Knauss
. . . Helen Trump
. . ...Owen Moll
. . .Herbert Barto
, , . . .John Stosh
. .Madeline Carl
. .Lorraine Hohe
. . .Miriam Ruch
Sell, Betty Mae
Stephen, Betty Ann
Lutsey, Mary Jane
Iobst, Jane Ann
Mr. Anthony Jagnesak-Director
Arts and Crafts Club
Since the beginning of the present school term, the Arts and Crafts Club has been
forging steadily ahead.
The club has turned out several useful and attractive articles. Rings, bracelets,
serving trays, and other things of that nature were offered as projects during the Winter
Sell SOD .
President ,..,,. ..4.. R OBBRT PFLEIGBR
Vice President ,.., .... M ARGARET HERTZOG
Secretary. .,,... , .LORRAINE Hoi-na
Sponsor, . . . . .MR. HARVEY WALBERT
Boys' Glee Club
A group of boys, who met every two weeks, on a Wednesday, for one hour rehearsals,
comprised this year's Boys' Glee Club.
The boys took part in the operetta "Tune ln", and in the music concert in May.
The club also participated in various assembly programs. Although the club was very
small they accomplished a great deal during the year.
Mr. Errol Peters-Sponsor
The Bridge Club, which was organized during the 19394940 school term, is increasing
rapidly in membership.
The aim of this club is to learn the fundamentals in playing Auction Bridge. The
members, under Mrs. BenHeld's able supervision, are now very capable of playing without
At the end of the year the club held a bridge party, at which prizes were awarded
to the highest scorers.
Vice President .,,.
Secretaryffreasurer . .
Iobst, jane Ann
. . . ,JANE ANN IOBST
. . . .MADELINE CARL
Rs. ARLINE STRAUSS BENFIELD
The Cafeteria tries to satisfy all customers. It is operated by girls from the Senior
and Junior classes. The cafeteria is under the direction of a student manager who 15
chosen monthly by the sponsor. By the end of the year, the girls are prepared to help
with quantity cookery, as well as any phase of home cooking.
Miss Pauline McLean-Sponsor
Bradley and Wilson's musical comedy, "Tune In," was presented by the Emmaus
High School Chorus on March 14 and 15. under the direction of Mr. Peters.
The Chorus also participated in Assembly programs, and presented a concert in May,
in celebration of Music Week. In this concert a mixed octette of which two members
participated in the AllfState Chorus, rendered several selections.
Mr. Errol PetersgSponso'r
This club likes to take part in an intellectual activity in which students may compete
with rivals from neighboring schools. Meiiibers of the club hope to acquire skill in the use
of language, poise, and confidence.
Great questions of the day are of interest to members, and ability to discuss one or
more of them with intelligence, is their aim. The question they debated this year was:
Resolved: That the power of the federal government should be increased.
Mr. Albert Benfield-Sponsor
Bitting, Betty lobst, Jane Ann
Harrison, Beryl Koch, james
Huyctt, Marilynii Kratzer, William
Each and every member of the Girl Reserve Club is pledged to face life squarely and
to find and give the best to humanity.
Many inspiring subjects were discussed, which proved helpful in maintaining and
upholding the Christian ideals of the club.
This club meets every two weeks, and besides discussing numerous subjects many
parties were enjoyed at special occasions.
VicefPresidsnt. . .
Treasurer, . .
Sponsor. . .
. .RACHEL Gm-IMAN
. . . .GRACE Hurarx
. . . . .VIRGINIA SHAW
, . . . , .MADEUNB CARL
lvhss HILDA Busmiiz
Girls' Athletic Club
The Girls' Athletic Club is conducted for the development of the girls Practical
use is made of the dances and drills learned by the members through participation in the
Gym Exhibition and the High School Gymnasium Championship held at Stroudsburg
State Teachers College.
Manager. . ,
. . .MARY MIKLENCIC
. . . THELMA KNAUSS
, . . .... JEAN Fronts
.Miss PAULINE COOK
Girls' Glee Club
This year the Girls' Glee Club had an enrollment of sixtyfiive members. The club
participated in school affairs and also community affairs, showing both talent, and good
training in their rendition of four part harmony.
Accompanist , 4,..
. , .MPM ERROL PETERS
The HifY Club, composed of Senior high school boys, is pledged to create maintain
and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character
The club, a branch ofthe Youn Men's Christian Association, contains in its latform
four planks: clean speech, clean living, clean sports, and clean scholarship.
At semifmonthly meetings of the club, problems of the older boy were discussed to
gether with the solution from a Christian standpoint.
Vice President .....
Chaplain . . .
. . HARRY BUCHIN
. . . .OWEN MOLL
. . . .Roy MILLER
. . . .MR. HARVEY BEQKER
K niffing Club
The Knitting Club was organized for the purpose of teaching pupils to knit and to
further the experience of those who already knew the principles of knittinv
The Knitting Club serves a tvvoffold purpose, the first of which is the knitting the
individual would do for herself, and second the knitting the individual would do for others
Our chief aim has been to knit for the Red Cross. Some of the contributions to the Red
Cross have been sweaters, and six inch squares for an afghan.
Treasurer . .
. . .Miss GLADYS HAUSER
. , , .BEATRICE HIETER
AND Miss PAULINE MCLEAN
The Monitor Club, consisting of thirtyffive juniors and Seniors, gives part of their
time to the services of the student government by upholding and enforcing the laws
laid down by the student governing body. It is also the duty of the Monitor Club to see
that all traffic in and about the school is functioning within the regulations that have been
set by the school.
Monitor Club meetings are held to report on existing conditions, and to formulate
plans and laws which will improve student traffic.
Captain ,... ,............... . DONALD CUNNINGHAM
Lieutenant .... . , .ARLENE HOFFMAN
Secretary ..,. ..,.. . RACHEL Gai-IMAN
Major .... .... M R. HOWARD DEISCHER
Iobst, jane Ann
Wilson, Mary Vivian
The High School Orchestra is composed of twentyfnine members. Rehearsals are
held every Friday from 12 o'clock to 12:45. The club furnishes the music for the operettas
the minstrel, the annual spring concert, and several assembly programs.
. . . .Wn.MER Hrzrvrzoc
, . .RAY ADAM AND CARL BECHTEL
. . . . . . . .MR. ERROL Pizrnas
Lutzy, Mary jane
This group of senior boys was organized in October. After holding many rehearsals,
they soon became proficient with a large number of selections. After some time, they were
in great demand throughout the locality. Some of their engagements were: Senior Class
Plays, High School Operettag various Churches, Municipal Cpera Companyg Rotary
Clubg Ladies Auxiliaryg Legion, Women's Christian Organizationg and Peter's Studio.
They also sang at various hospitals and other institutions during the Christmas season.
The boys received their greatest honor when they were chosen to sing with the
Pennsylvania 'School Music Association Chorus on January 11 and 12. Two members
of this quartette, Wayne Barto and Gordon Brensinger, were picked to attend the Pennsylf
vania AllfState Chorus at Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
Mr. Errol Peters-eAdrise'r
lst TENOR BARITONE
Lohrman, Donald Brensinger, Cordon
2nd TENOR BASS
Barto, Wayne Koch, James
The Student Council is the legislative organization in the school. The members of
the Student Council discuss and recommend improvements in school discipline and school
Members are respresentatives from each home room, who bring suggestions and plans
to the Student Council for discussions.
It is a student activity and a clearing house for student problems and ideas. Recomf
mendations and discussions this year included: Lyceum, Pennyfafweek drive,
problems, lunch period, New York World's Fair excursion, and movies.
. . . .JAMES Kocn
. . . . . .MAE DECKER
, . . , MILLIDENE GMM
. . . . .MR. ERROL PETERS
Strauss, Jean .
Wilson, Mary Vivian
Tennis-Ping Pong Club
The Tennis and Ping Pong Club has been participating in many sports this winter
season. They have not only been active in Tennis, but in such sports as bowling roller
skating, and badminton.
Vice P1e.sident ,....
Treasurer, . .
. .... DAVID IoBsT
. .... GRACE HUBER
. . . .,. . ..MADEL1NE CARL
. . . .MR. HARRY HUMPHREYS
Iobst, Jane Ann
The checker Club, consisting of thirty members, met every Thursday in Room 6. A
schedule was drawn up which provided for all members to participate in a checker tournaf
ment. After the members were matched, the losers were eliminated, and the highest scorers
were matched for the inal tournament. Martin Heimbach was the undefeated champion.
Runners up were: Donald Miller, Howard Hamsher, Daniel Gruver, and Dennis Martz.
Mr. Elwood CrttgSponsor
Ddnmg Clue as
The Dancing Club met every second and fourth week of the month. Students who
could not dance very well, were taught by the better dancers. The club, which was the
largest in the school, had 171 members. The popular dances, such as the jitterbug, rhumba,
and waltz, were amusing to all. The members enjoyed a dance held in May, which was the
outcome of each member paying 25 cents a year dues. The post of pianist was capably
handled by Marguerite Knauss.
Miss Joyce Beary and Mr. Thomas Schrader--Sponsors
Printing Club p
The Printing Club was organized for the first time this year. The club was composed
of boys interested in the art of printing. They met every Monday and Thursday at 2:45
The members set up type for excuse blanks, tickets, programs, and name cards for
the Senior class. The purpose of the club was to teach the members the fundamentals of
printing, so that in the future, classes could be conducted in the regular curriculum.
Mr. Thomas SchraderfSpo'nso'r
The Science Club this year, as heretofore, was organized for those students interested
in any field of science.
Following the organization, the club was divided into three studentfselected groups,
namely, chemistry, astronomy, and zoology. Each group had charge of one, or more,
club periods, in which experimentation preceded discussion, which included the distillation
of water and wood, mixing chemicals producing various colorsg star finding, etc.
Mr. Wilimuer Bowers-Sponsor
Each member of the Travel Club was given an imaginary 35800 with which he was to
plan an imaginary pleasure trip to Europe.
He learned to plan an itinerary, about passports and visa, about trains and boats,
and about the sights seen at different places.
Foreign foods, drinks, customs, and national costumes were all interesting to the
Mr. Albert Benfield-Sponsor
inisfz fyfiqlz Selma!
THEN COME TO
ALLE TOW BUSI ESS COLLEGE
A Successful School Enjoying thc Prestige of the Entire Community
SECRE'l'ARI.Xl, - STENOGRA l'IllC
BUSINESS - .XCCOIINTING
DAY AND NIGHT
lwodern Text Books - lVIodern Equipment - Excellent Faculty
Free l'la,cemcnt Service - Social Activities and Basketball
Excellent School Spirit and Pleasant Atmosphere
FURTHER INFURIVIATION ON IKEQVEST
Establislxecl 1809 PHONE 4790 Incorporated 1897
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513-515 Broad Street
MACU GIE BA K
We Invite Your Patronage
Up to 335000.00
Insured Under Federal Deposit
DR. E. J. TREXLER
M I N NIC H ' S
BOOK AND GIFT SHOP
540 Chestnut Street
Gifts For All Uccussiou
Producers and Distributors of
GEURGE T. WENTZ
RAW MILK, CREAM and 0
T. B. and Bang Tested Herd
BREEDERS or PURE-BRED HEATING
H0LSTEIN'FRESIAN OIL BURNERS AND STOKERS
380 Broad Street
Route No. 1
MACUNGIE, PA. EMMAUS PA-
Buy Your Clothes
At the Factory
At Factory Prices
314.75 to 321.75
930 Hamilton Street
L. E. Eron, Mgr.
DUNDORE'S DRUG STURE
Has A complete line of
Drugs, Patent Medicines,
Toilet Articles and Gifts
at the lowest Price
THE REXALL STORE
4th and Bank Streets
THE CALVIN STUDIO
FURMERLY WITH WINT STVIJIU
FOR BETTER PHOTOGRAPHS
617 LINDEN STREET
ALLENTOVW N, PA.
PIIONE F 2-1310
PORTRAIT AND COMMERCIAL ,l'HO'l'OGR.XPHY
HUWARIJ H. WEAVER
Jlistice of the Poawo
Fourth and Bank Streets
Union Bank Building
BUSINESS TRAINING SCIIOOL
COIIIPTCEO Seen-l:u'ial, Accounting,
and Business Administration Courses,
plzmned for high school graclllaies
fluss and IIIIIIVICTIIZIT TIISIFIICTTUII
Effective Employment Service
Vzilulog rmlilt-ml upon l'Gflll0Sl'.
W. I". MAXGEE, l'r1-siflr-nt
EMAUS HARDWARE CO.
Complete Line of
IIARDVVARE, PAINTS, ETC.
231 Main Street
Phone 103 EMMAUS, PA.
Phono: Emmaus 124
CHRYSLER :lull PLYINIOITTII
Sales and Service
EXPEIVI' AI"l'O llEl'AIllING
WILLIAM A. GEHMAN
A L T H O U S E
Fifth and Railroad Sts.
VVIVI. J. ACKER, Prop.
Goorlyvau' Tires - llnllcricw
Clarence R. Ritter YYalter C. Buzby
RITTER 8: BUZBY
Funeral Directors and Emhalmers
Funeral Parlor at the Convenic-uc ,
of lhe Public
38 South Fifth Street
ADA'S BEAUTY SHOPPE
314 Main Street
PHO X E 263-I!
RAY F. KRAUSE
GROCERIES - ICE CREAM
515 Chestnut Street
CHIP STEAKS .IIFFY STEAKS
MACUNGIE SUPPLY CO.
QUALITY FARM EQUIPMENT
XYORK DONE AT PRICES
YOI' FAN AFFORD TO PAY
HILLSID E MOTOR GO.
JOHN KO HLER, Prop.
Studebaker Sales and Service
ALSO VSED CARS
AAA Road Service
H. T. KEMMERER
" Byron" Hats
Old Bank Building
LLOYD Q E. BRENSINGER
GROCERIES AND MEATS
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
20 N. 5th Street
RUBERTS DUAL AND SUPPLY
6th and Chestnut Sts.
COBIPLIMENTS O F
THE MORNING CALL
VVILLIANI S. IOBST
FLOYD H. IOBST
ROYAL IV. IVEILER, '95
President and Mamnzmgor
SPECIAL ORDER WORK
IVQ specialize in the repziiriilg
and ll1OdCl'HIZIHg of fine jewelry
IYe excel in Diamond Setting.
All work done in our own shop.
OUR PRICES SAVE YOU ENOUGH
TO BUY EXTRA PAIRS
SHOES for All the Family
The INIOSI Tzllkcrl About Shoe Store
This Side of Allentown
342 Main St. EMMAUS, PA.
Norman C. Laudenslager
FA 8 No'r.x1zY 111131.10
JEWELERS Am. mums olf' INsuu.,xNc'1c
121 Macungie Ave.
ALLENTOWN EMMAUS, PA.
LEHI GH VAl,I.EY'S LEADING
Fquipmcnl for All Sporte
913 Hamilton Street
Qixth and Walnut Streets
I IIOINI HQ
REESE 81 SCHANTZ
Fifth and Broad Streets
Courteous 1 air
Service I rxcc
COAL 8: LUMBER
l'IIO'l'UGRAl'I'IS . . .
A Fifi Oulx You C' 111 Cixe
836 HAMILTON STREET
fl'I'IU'I'0GRAI'HS LIVE FOREVER-
213 North Twelfth Street
Layer Cakes Pies Vookies
Variety of BREAD Baked Daily at
71-73 Church Street
Y Y CLOTHIERS
ALSO A Fl LI, LINE OF GROCIMIRIIQS
Slorc Open Evenings For Your
Q-,,,,V,.,,iQ,,C,, MEN'S, YOUNG MEN'S and BOYS
.S,e,,w O FURNISHINGS
1fUN1f:1m1, slmvlczlc AT POPULAR PRICES
32 North Fourth Street
EMMAUS, PA. Centre Square N. E. Corner
424 ELM STREET, EMMAUS
P. E. STANSFIELD
THOMAS G. FREY
408 Chestnut Street
. STOVES, HEATERS, RANGES
South Fourth Street at Broad TIN AND SLATE ROOFING
PLUMBING - HEATING
EMMAUS, PA' Phone 4-1-R
W. T. BRENSINGER 81 Son
GROCERIES, ICE CREAM
CANDIES, TOBACCO, ETC.
516 North Street
The ibisturin 17 60 Zianuse
"Noted For Good Food"
The Ideal Place For
PARTIES AND BANQUETS
For Res. Phone: Allentown 36698
MR. and MRS. FRED H. WERLEY
TOPTON MOTOR CAR CO.
ST UDE BAKER
Sales and Service
Bell Phone 4-O
615-617 HAMILTON STREET
631-633 RIDGE AVENUE
ON THE TRIANGLE
IT PAYS TO PLAY
YVholcsaIc and Retail
Golf and Fishing Tackle
EMMAUS, PA. 532 Hamilton Street
Phone 55Q5 or Q-9445
CITY COAL 8: FUEL OIL CO.
k it c'1-:RTIFIED BLACK DIAMOND
AND HAZELTON COAL
ATLANTIC FUEL OILS
Yard and Office!
451 Lehigh Sr. CRearJ
STORTZ 81 EISENHARD
Wayne Feather ERIGIDAIRE ELECTRIC RANGES
of ,L Fourth and Main Streets
IN APPRECIATION OF THE PATRONAGE
Granted Us by the
CLASS OF 1941 AND EMMAUS HIGH SCHOOL
BIEBER Sz RIEGEL
THE PENNEBACKER COMPANY
Founders and Machinists
GRINDING BALLS AND CYLINDRICAL GRINDING SLUGS
TUBES AND BALL MILL LINERS,
CHILLED CASTINGS ALL DESCRIPTIONS
WIEAND 81 CO.
JEDDO and LEHIGH COAL
CONCRETE BRICK and BLOG K
25 South Seventh Street
Harry G. Haberstumpf
Groceries and Provisions
111 lfyll 0 Q02-w
229 Adrain Street
EMMAUS, PA. EMMAUS, PA.
A Largo Variety of
A- RUCKEL BREAD and CAKES
' Baked Daily
EMMAUS 417 Chestnut Street
XVIII. Schudlcr Prop. Phone 43 R
KLINE'S ' "
I' G' A' COlN1PLUVIENTS
S T 0 R E
Open 6 A. LI. to 8 P. NI.
Seventh and Walnut Streets
L. T. RAHN
KEEP AT IT
If you want to reach the top,
Keep at itg
Forge ahead, and never stop,
Keep at itg
Steep indeed may be the hill
But the goalis not hopeless, till
You let failure crush your will
Keep at it.'Detroit Free Press
The Trouble begins at the bottom. The young man entering business,
with his living to earn and his way to make, must save every penny, live
narrowly, and avoid display, if he wishes to succeed.
Open a bank account-Deposit so much every week-Keep this up and
success will be yours.
THE EMAUS NATIONAL BANK
Deposits insured by
THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
Washington, D. C.
255,000-Maximum Insurance for each depositor-35,000
EAT AT EMAUS CLEANERS
G R U N D Y , 344 Main St. EMMAUS, PA.
LLOYD MOH REY, Prop.
24 HOUR SERVICE
LIGHT LUNCH - PLATTERS
ICE CREAM e HOT DOGS
434 Chestnut Street
- All VVork Guaranteed -A
VVe use 'aDuPont Triclenc" solvent
HENRY P. GRUBER
CUT FLOWERS, Po'r'rED 1'1.AN'1's
AND FLORAL DESIGNS
544 North Street Emmaus, Pa.
IVe Grow Our Own Flowers
Flowers Telegraphed Anywhere
'Member F. T. D. A.
W. J. FENSTERMAKER
PAUL S. C. RINKER
I Distributor For
FREIHOFER BAKING CO.
104 N. Fourth sr. '
PHONE H2-R PLUMBING AND
' Refrigerators, Ranges, VVashers, '
Service After thc Sale Phone 264-R
I GEO. S. HARWICK, Inc. 402 Chestnut Street
Established 25 Years EMMAUS, PA.
I 569 CheStI1Llt St. EMMAUS, PA.
Bendix Home Laundry
GROCERIES AND TWEATS
618 Walnut Street
Carson Bruder, '30
DR. A. E. KRATZER
LUNCH ROOM H. A. Wieder's Hardware
HAM ISURGEIIS - HOT DOGS
SOFT DRINKS f C'ONl+'ECTIONl'lRY EMMAUS, PAL
4th and Chestnut Streets
251 Main St. EMMAUS, PA.
WIEDER'S SERVICE STATIUN
Allentown Pike and North Street
EMMAUS PHONE 270
MOTOR TUNE UI' WORK
sINc'I,.xIn OAS AND OIL 'l'IRES-TUBES-l5A'l'TERIES
COMl'l,IMEN'l'S OF P. A. FREEMAN
BGTTLING WORKS SCHOOL RINGS OF QUALITY
911 Hamilton Street
EMMAUS, PA. ALLENTOWN, PA.
TUBERCULIN TESTEDAPASTEURIZED MILK
LIMEPORT, PA. V PHONE 31-R2
USE FEGELY'S MILK ALL-WAYS
TED IOBST, Representative 130 S. 4th Street, Ernmaus, Pa.
FROZEN FOOD LOOKERS S
A. P. HOUSER
The Air-Conditioned Refrigerator
EMMAUS ICE 81 STORAGE
534 Ridge Street
NYC Givc S. K H. Grccn SIZIIIIIPS
Phone: Alla-11lOw11 3-6702
DANIEL E. B. CLAUSER
LEHIGH VALLEY DAIRY
FRICSH VIIEAMEIIY BITTTER
LIVE AND DRESSED
. D. Fritch Milling CO
XXXX FANCY FLOUR AND
Macungie, East Greenville
COAL. LITMBER, GRAIN
Phone: IQIHIIIQHIS 83
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CAST IRON PIPE
FOR WATER AND GAS
THE HUME MUTUAL
FIRE INSURANCE CO
OF LEHIGH COUNTY
1 A. R. WEAVER, Secretary
Fourth and Maln Streets EMMAUS, PA.
J. D. CARL
'FILDICN E. KUIINS, Prop.
Sallvs 4 PONTIAC - Service
GASOLINE f OILS 4 REPAIRS
ACCESSORIES f GOOD USED CARS
CHEVROLET HUDSON Y
LEESER MOTOR CO.
BI. R. LEESER, Prop.
lflmnes Gs-561111 2 Lllf 1 98MQ
Branches: Alburtis and Bowers
No. 17 Franklin St.
DR. KARL H. KLERX
Phones: EIHIHRIIIS 1-I8-B
E. B. FREY
FLOUR, FEED, GRAIN
LA RRO and FULL-O-PEP
R. D. No. 1 EMMAUS, PA.
3rd and Union Sts.
73 East Broad Street
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CRfU1f0ER'S THE EMAUS
... SHIRT COMPANY
Fourth and Chestnut
EMMAUS, PA. C00
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M. .I. MILLER 8: SON
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1003 Chestnut St.
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