Emmaus High School - Tattler Yearbook (Emmaus, PA)
- Class of 1945
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PUBLISHED BY THE
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EMMAUS HIGH SCHOOL
EMMAUS - PENNSYLVANIA
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With mingled pride and regret We have Watched
our classmates march away with Uncle Sam for two
years. In appreciation of the service they have ren-
dered our country and the sacrifices they have made,
We dedicate 'The Tattler, l945" to them. It is our de-
sire to show throughout this book the relationship of
various departments of the service to analogous school
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ALLEN F. HELLER, B.S.
General Eisenhower's prototype on
our front is found in the person of Mr.
Allen F. Heller. Mr. Heller, our field-
commander, is the one who must act
on all matters directly relevant to opera-
tions within the area of his command.
To Mr. Heller come the more serious
cases of the Provost General's office-
fmatters of discipline, truancy, and
tardinessj upon which he must act.
Himself a commissioned officer, Mr.
Heller has been our field commander
for years. We all like 4'Big Al".
HOWARD J. YEAGER, B.A.g M.A.
Chief of Stag
Our counterpart of General George C.
Marshall is Mr. Howard J. Yeager, the
Superintendent of Schools. His duties
are those of general administration over
the whole system and the issuing of
monthly communiques to the General
Staifg he likewise must inspect Held
operations and be the co-ordinative
liaison officer between operations. Di-
rectly responsible to the Chief of Staff
are all the field commanders and com-
missioned officers. Mr. Yeager was com-
missioned Chief of Staff many years ago
and has given able service ever since.
R. CHARLOTTE TREICHLER, KUTZTOWN STATE TEACHERS
COLLEGE, Art, Supervisor of Art in the Grades.
HOWARD K. DEISCHER, MUHLENBERG COLLEGE, Ph.B.,
UNIVERSITY' OF PENNSYLVANIA, M.A., Problems of Democracy,
History, Algebra, Advisor of Monitor Club, Faculty Manager
ELWOOD L. ORTT, KUTZTOWN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE,
LEHIGH UNIVERSITY, M.A., MUHLENBERG COLLEGE, B.A., Latin,
Civics, Assistant Advisor of The Tattler.
MRS. J. HAROLD ZIMMERMAN, MORAVIAN COLLEGE, B.A.,
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, M.A., MIDIILERURY FRENCH COLONYQ
English, Coach of Dramatics, and Declamation Contests,
Advisor of Dramatics Club.
ALBERT S. BENFIELD, KUTZTOWN STATE TEACHERS COL-
LEGE, MUI-ILENBERG COLLEGE, A.B., UNIVERSITY OF ZUERICHQ
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, A.M., English, Advisor of The Tattler
fNewspaper and Yearbookl, Coach of Debate.
PAUL WEIL, WEST CHESTER STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, B.S.,
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, M.S., High School Instrumental
Music, Director of High School Band.
ERROL K. PETERS, WEST CHESTER STATE TEACHERS COL-
LECEQ MUHI.ENBERG COLLEGE, NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, Music,
History, Civics, Advisor of Student Council, Director-Orches-
tra, Glee Clubs, Chorus, Three Dots and a Dash.
WINFIELD J. STONE, KUTZTOWN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
B.S., Mathematics, Guidance, Guidance Counselor, Coach JI'
High School Sports, Advisor--Chess Club, Slide Rule Club,
MRS. STANLEY T. MOYER, CEDAR CREST COLLEGE, B.A.,
MUHLENBERG COLLEGE, English, French, Advisor of Girl Re-
JEAN A. LONG, CEDAR CREST COLLEGE, B.S., Law and Office
Practice, Commercial Arithmetic, Junior Business Training.
FLORA VAN BUSKIRK, PENN STATE COLLEGE, B.A., His-
Long Van Buskirk
BETTY J. WETHERHOLD, EAST STROUDSBURG STATE TEACH-
ERS COLLEGE, B.S.g Health, Physical Education, Advisor-
Junior Red Cross, Girls' Athletic Club.
HARLEY R. RUCH, MUHLENBERG COLLEGE, B.S.g KUTZTOWN
STATE TEACHERS COLLEGEQ Science, Biology.
HARVEY H. BECKER, KUTZTOWN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE,
B.A.g MUHLENEERG COLLEGEQ Physics, Chemistry, Biologyg
Advisor Of Hi-Y Club.
MARY E. MOYER, KUTZTOWNc STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE,
B.S.g Librarian, Library Club.
BOND L. BIBLE, PENN STATE COLLEGE, B.S., M.S.g Voca-
tional Agricultureg Advisor and teacher of F. F. A.
LEON L. TUTTLE, EAST STROUDSBURG STATE TEACHERS COL-
LEGE, B.S.g Boys' Gym, Health, Coach-Football, Baseball,
CONSTANCE H. ZIMMERMAN, KUTZTOWN STATE TEACH-
ERS COLLEGEQ PENN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF'
PENNSYLVANIAQ Industrial Arts Department.
MARTHA A. GREASER, CEDAR CREST COLLEGE, B.S.g
DREXEL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYQ Home Economics.
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WINFIELD ERWIN ADAMS
433 ELM STREET, EMMAUS
Need any solid rhythm? Better look for g'Windy." Hels
the senior master of dancing drum-sticks and hot licks.
When he's not pounding on his drums, he may be found
helping out Uncle Sam on the mail route. '4Windy" is
sure the future holds plenty of good luck for him and
welre all rooting for him!
General Courseg Chorus 1, 25 Dancing Club 1, 23 Opereitta lg
"The Man Who Came to Dinner" 35 Class President lg High School
Orchestra 1, 2, 3 fPresidentJg High School Jazz Orchestra 1, 2,
35 High School Bland 1, 2. 35 Boys' Glee Club 3.
DAVID NELSON ALLOWAY
423 RIDGE STREET, EMMAUS
Known to almost all as 'Trofessorf' David, a high
dramatic tenor, is the Caruso of our class. He was the
moon-struck sailor in MH. M. S. Pinaforev and dramatized
an Englishman in our class play. As the politician of our
class, David has no regrets concerning the November
,411 election. Helll probably be a leading politician in our
Academic Coursey Stage Manager 1, 2, Operetta 1, 3, K'The
Man Who Came to- Dinner" 35 Chorus l, 2, 33 Band lg Boys' Glee
Club l, 2, 33 Dramatic Club 25 Hi-Y Club 35 Yearbook Stall 3.
V. Ruth, E. Knerr, E. Miller
WILLIAM CHARLES ALBITZ
843 CHESTNUT STREET, EMMAUS
MBill' is a gentle, dependable young fellow and was
employed during the summer months at the Bethlehem
Steel Plant. He is very active in the shop and can usually
be found there working hard for the Red Cross. He is
a great lover of blonds and has found an extra special
Industrial Arts Course.
MERIAL FAY AMEY
ss SOUTH FIFTH STREET, EMMAUS
All good things come in small packages and so does
poison. She,s like poison to the teachers when it comes
to handing in homework. Knowing Merial, you're always
sure to enjoy life. When you see her, you can always
find her smiling. Merial wishes to secure an ollice job
Commercial Course, Junior Declamation Contest 23 Operetta
3: Dancing Club 1, 29 Girls' Athletic Club 39 Chorus 33 Glee
Club 39 Softball Team 2.
D. Diefenderfer, W. Dimmig
M. Schuler, R. Lichtenwalner
JEANNETTE RUTH ANDREWS
406 SOUTH SECOND STREET, EMMAUS
sflennyf' an ardent little lass from Allentown, came to
us in the Junior year. She can often be found either
'skating at Mealey's or making some of her delicious
French frieds or fudge candy. ujennyl' is preparing for
college and some day we hope to see a write-up of her
in some college yearbook.
Academic Coursey Dancing Club 27 Knitting Club 3.
OSBON DANIEL ARNDT
EMMAUS R. D. 1
This boy is well known to the opposite sex. He can
be found working in the shop most of the time. Inter-
ested in all sports, especially baseball, "1Ossie,' is an all
around fellow and always has a smile for his classmates.
uOssie" is sure to succeed in anything he attempts. Good
General Coursey Craftsmen Club 19 Red Cross Club 2.
G. Warmkessel, V. Stephen, G. Hartman
BLANCHE M. ARNDT
EMMAUS ROUTE 1
Whenever you see "Duds,, she is smiling. We all won-
der where she got her sunny disposition and joking
manner. Boating is one of her favorite pastimes along
with swimming. So far, she has kept up the morale of
quite a few servicemen. Success in an office!
Commercial Coursey Operetta 1, 2, 33 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Girls'
Glee Club 3: Girls' Reserve lg Dancing Club 1.
ANDREWS B. ARNDT
O. ARNDT BAUMAN
HELEN JEAN BAUMAN
419 CHESTNUT STREET, EMMAUS
A sympathetic nature, sunny disposition, and a set of
dimples distinguish Helen. She is an all round pal, and
is the life of any party. Helen is good in almost anything
that she endeavors, sports and studies alike. Her future
lies in the Cadet Nurse Corps. Good Luck, Helen.
Academic Course: Glee Club 1, 3: Chorus 1, 2, 35 Knitting Club
39 Operetta 1, 33 Dancing Club 1, 2.
ARDELLA MAE BIEBER
659 WALNUT STREET, EMMAUS
'6Archie," besides having attractive brown eyes, a win-
ning smile, well-groomed hair, and always being neatly
dressed, also has a very keen mind. She has clearly
proven this in the articles she has written for our school
newspaper and by the appearance of her name on the
honor roll. We are certain of her success in the com-
'Commercial Coursey Tattler Stall 2, 3 Qlleportterjg Chorus 39
Glee Club 33 Girl Reserves lg Knitting Club 39 Dramatic Club
2, 39 Monitor Club 2, 3: Softball Team 2, 3.
A. BIEBER J. BIEBER
RICHARD EUGENE BODNAR
568 EVERGREEN STREET, EMMAUS
An outdoor lad with a pleasing smile and heart of
gold is HDick.', Even though uDick" is a little mis-
chievous at times, he is still a good student. He can
often be found with '6Booker', and Reimert. After gradu-
ation Richard expects to enter the Army Air Corps.
General Coursey Hi-Y 'Club lg Arts and Crafts Club 19 Dancing
Club lg G1fee'Clu'b 1, 2, 35 Chorus 2, 39 Red Cross Club 2, 3.
J. Rubenak, V. Lorah
JEAN IDA BIEBER
534 JUBILEE STREET, EMMAUS
Here we have the girl that always has her homework.
Jean is also known for her correspondence with an Eng-
lish girl. She has swimming and tennis for her hobbies
and spends much of her time in the cafeteria.
General Courseg Student Council 23 Dancing Club 19 Cafeteria 3.
148 EAST MAIN STREET, EMMAUS
One of the smaller members of the class, '4Peewee,,'
acts as the clown in classes, study halls, and home room
periods. Golf and howling are his main pastimes. To find
him, one has to look for his side kick, "Glimpy" and
together they make a comical pair.
General Course: "The Man Who Came To Dinner" 3: Hi-Y
Club lg Dancing Club lg Stage Hand 1: Glee Club 1, 23 Chorus
l, 2: Arts 81 Cralts Club lg Red Cross 2.
E. Kistler, A. Pennebacker
L. Wertman, H. Koneski, B. Hillegass
ZIONSVILLE ROUTE 1
Helen is one of the few who takes her studies seriously.
Although she seems shy at times, she has acquired a
host of friends. The things she is fond of are reading,
horse-back riding and hiking. In fall she is entering
the Sacred Heart School of Nursing. Let's hope her
interest in her chosen profession continues.
Academic Coursey Junior Declamation Contest 25 Dramatic Club
2, 39 Chorus lg Glee Club 17 Orchestra 2, 3 fSecretaryJ3 Red
Cross Club 3: Knitting Club 3.
POWDER VALLEY ROUTE 1, ZIONSVILLE
If you want to see yourself as others see you, just ask
Louise. 'aCornie," also known as the Mgum cracker,',
does a fine job of gathering the gossip for page three of
the school newspaper. This also serves as an excellent
excuse to speak to every serviceman that appears in the
halls. Numerous fortune tellers have told her it won't
be too long.
General Courseg Junior Declamation Contest 25 "The Man Who
Came To Dinner" 33 Dramatic Club 2, 3 LPresidentJg Tattler Staff
2, QReporterJ 3, QPage Editorj.
R. Snyder, N. Nester
ELEANOR CATHERINE CHARLESWORTH
235 MAIN STREET, EMMAUS
HEI," the girl with the beautiful hair and friendly per-
sonality, takes the rough things of life lightlyg thinking
only of the pleasing things. She has day-dreaming and
dancing as her hobbies and will always be remembered
for her art work in school.
General Coursey Operetata 1: Dancing Club 1, 25 Yearbook Staff
39 Glee Club 1, 29 Red Cross Club 25 Arts and Crafts Club 1.
BETTY LORRAINE COPE
127 NORTH SECOND STREET, EMMAUS
Five-feet-two, eyes of blue, dark brown hair and a
friendly smile all add up to 5'Betz," one of the prettiest
girls in the class. She has the rare ability of making
friends quickly and easily. In school MBetz,, has been a
faithful worker in the cafeteria. Among her hobbies,
dancing and swimming are her favorites.
Commercial Coursey Cafeteria 2, 39 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Glee Club
1, 2, 3.
ESTHER MIRIAM DELONG
203 SOUTH FOURTH STREET, EMMAUS
Here is one of the rare people who went through
twelve years of school without missing a single day.
Besides, she receives good marks and is sometimes called
a hookworm. Esther has enlisted in the U. S. Cadet
Nurse Corps and will take training at the Sacred Heart
Academic Coursey Operetta 1, 3: Junior Declamation Contest
23 Athletic Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 1,
39 Yearbook Staff 33 Tattler 2, 3 CReporterJ.
E. DELONG R. DELONG
DIANE FRITCH DIEFENDERFER
308 NORTH FIFTH STREET, EMMAUS
Boys, how would you like pretty, blonde MNootzey"
take your pulse? Yes, she's going to join the Cadet Nurse
Corps after graduation. Diane likes swimming and ice
skating which helps make her cheery personality.
General Course: Operetta 15 Dancing Club 1, 2: Glee Club 1,
2: Red Cross Club 2.
M. Amey, B. Peters
RUTH JEANNETTE DELONG
545 'NORTH THIRD STREET, EMMAUS
Ruth has successfully edited our school newspaper.
She is greatly interested in journalism and would like
to continue in that field after graduation. Ruth can be
found attending all the dances, for she is quite an ar-
dent jitterbug. Roller-skating is a favorite of hers, but
at present she has a special interest in the Navy.
Commercial Course, Operetta 1, 3: Tattler Stat? fReporterJ 2:
Tattler Staff 1Editor-in-Chiefj 35 Student Council 1, 23 Library
Club fPresidentJ 1, 29 Girls' Glee Club 2, 35 Chorus 1, 33
Dramatics Club ffreasurerj 3.
NORMAN WILSON DIETER
EMMAUS R. D. 1
This tall dark boy is the muscled man of our class.
Dieter is one of our shop pupils and you will find him
there most of the time. His main sport is hunting. Be-
tween classes., Dieter is an assistant monitor for a certain
Industrial Course: Dancing Club 1, 25 Hi-Y Club 29 Boys Glee
Club 29 Red Cross 3: Chorus 1.
M. Miller, R. Stash, B. Laudenslager
0. Armlt, M. Lutsey, N. Dieter
N. WILLIAM DIMMIG
531 ELM STREET, EMMAUS
This lanky lad is one of the more outstanding athletes
of the class, excelling in basketball, which he captained
through a successful season, and football as a varsity
center. "Bill" is a very amiable fellow--especially around
the girls, we know from experience that this will stand
him in excellent stead.
Academic Coursey Class Officer fTreasurerJg Football Team 1,
2, 37 Basketball Team, 1, 2, 39 Baseball Team 2, 3.
EVELYN ANNA ENGELMAN
'6Evie" is a very attractive and well known lass of our
class. Her friend, HDud,7, and she can often be seen in
a giggling session or cracking gum. Her hobbies are
hiking, Swimming, riding bicycle, and of course writing
letters to a certain sailor.
Commercial Courseg Operetta 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 2, 3: Girls'
Glee Club 39 Girls' Reserve lg Dancing Club 1.
E Hess, H. Bauman, A. Fenstermacher, I. Andrews
JOYCE MINNIE EASTMAN
119 NORTH THIRD STREET, EMMAUS
This is the girl, who can be seen running to school
every morning at the sound of the last bell. With a
smile for all, ,loyce did a fine job cheering our teams to
victory. Sports and a certain serviceman take up ,loyce's
Commercial Course, Cheerleader 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 3, Red
Cross 25 Dancing Club 1, 29 Athletic Club 13 Art Club 1, 2, 33
Softball Team 2.
FERN OLIVE FAUST
25 NORTH FOURTH STREET, EMMAUS
Fern is one of the working girls of our class and iinds
pleasure in Something few girls enjoy-reading murder
mystery novels. She is also one of the singers of our
class and spends a great deal of her time in the movies,
writing letters, or with her best friend, the other Fern.
After graduation she hopes to get a bookkeeping job.
Commercial Course, Student Council 1, 3 fAssistant Treasurerjg
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus 35 Red Cross 2.
DONALD GEORGE FEGLEY
234 NORTH STREET, EMMAUS
Never a dull moment when '4Bimmer" is in class!
Getting into trouble seems to be his hobby. When it
comes to dancing and dressing "Bimmer', is a usharpf'
Let's hope he keeps his cheerful attitude after gradu-
ation and he'll be a friend to all.
General Coursey Dancing Club 1, 2 fVice Presidentj.
JAMES BURR FOWLER
184 ELM STREET, EMMAUS
Flash! What was that? Just 4'Jim', zooming by in his
car. Salim," with his Siamese Twin, uBimmer,, can cover
more territory in one night than Superman. Even though
Jim missed a lot of school, we all miss him. But our
loss is the navyis gain-a good swimmer.
A. Hunsicker, B. Sell
ALBERTA FLORENCE FENSTERMACHER
MERTZTOWN ROUTE 1
"Betty" left Slatington and joined the class in the
junior year. A sports minded person, she likes skating,
dancing, and swimming. Living in the country gives her
a great opportunity to enjoy them. She joins others of
our class by planning to become a nurse.
Academic Coursey Dancing Club 2g Knitting Club 3.
ROBERT ACKER FRITCH
168 MAIN STREET, EMMAUS
Nature has endowed "Freddy,', with gorgeous red hair
and attractive personal traits. He showed superb ability
as a lineman on our football team. He works at the
Peanut Shoppe after school, where he is often seen in
the company of L'Shrimp," and other fair members of
the opposite sex.
Industrial Printing: Dancing Club l, 25 "The Man Who Came
To Dinner"g Football Team 1, 2, 33 Basketball Team CManagerJ 1,
2, 35 Gym Team 1ManagerJ 1, 2, 3.
0. Stortz, A. Bieber, L. Gehman
R. Fritch, S. Schantzenbach, I. Sikorski
KATHLEEN LOUISE FRITZ
849 CHESTNUT STREET, EMMAUS
One of the cutest girls in our class, LGSis,,, came to us
in her sophomore year from Catasauqua. Lucky for us
she did for 5'SiS" was one of the girls that cheered our
boys to victory. Her favorite pastime is enjoying the
out-of-door sports, especially bike-riding. On the whole,
she is versatile and enjoys life.
Commercial Coursey Cheerleader 2, 33 Yearbook Staff fActivity
Committeej 3g Softball Team 23 Dancing Club 1, 23 Athletic
RICHARD FRANK GAAL
578 JUBILEE STREET, EMMAUS
Richard is one of the members of our class, who is
serving in the U. S. Navy somewhere in the South
Pacific. Before entering the service, he was known for
supplying his home room with chewing gum. He likes
sports, dancing, and loves to pull tricks on other people.
J. Kirschman, E. Walbert
ALLEN ERNEST FUNK, JR.
MACUNGIE ROUTE 1
This cheerful lad has a pleasant greeting for all. He
likes to hunt, and takes a great deal of interest in sports.
The Alburtis A. C. is proud of him as their shortstop.
We wonder whether Elizabeth would rather have him in
the big league or on a farm!
Commercial Coursey Monitor Club 2, 3 QLieutenantJg Science
LOIS BAUS GEHMAN
635 CHESTNUT STREET, EMMAUS
Where's all that noise coming from? As usual, it's
Gehman talking with a gang of girls. Being one of the
smaller members of our class doesn't handicap her in
any way. She is a good sport and enjoys a great deal
of fun, but her favorite enjoyment is taking long walks.
Her goal is to become 21 bookkeeper in the business
Commercial Coursey Girl Reserves 1, 3 ffreasurerjg Red Cross
25 Library 1, 2.
HENRY MAURICE GERHARD
ALLENTOWN ROUTE 2
Gerhard is a good mechanical drawing student. He
has served on the monitor club in his junior and senior
years. Previous to his enlistment into the United States
Air Corps, Gerhard was interested in the scouting move-
ment. His main hobbies are camping and fishing.
Industrial Printing Course: Hi-Y Club 1 fTreas'urerj 2, 37
Dancing Club 1, 29 Monitor Club 2, 3.
HELEN ANNA GODUSKY
328 SOUTH TWELFTH STREET, EMMAUS
Helen, l am sure will be remembered for her sweet,
unassuming self. She is very fond of bike-riding, soft-
ball, and hiking. The person who employs Helen will
surely be pleased with her shorthand and bookkeeping
ability. Unlike H. Iobst or J. Eastman, Helen was al-
ways at school at least 20 minutes before classes, to
look over the day's schedule.
Commercial Coursey Dancing Club 25 Red Cross 29 Knitting
Club 33 Student Council 3.
E. Walter, R. Moyer, W. Moyer
FORRIE THOMPSON GLASS
MACUNGIE ROUTE 1
Forrie, a great lover of the outdoors, is our consul-
tant on matters pertaining to the services. Formally a
member of the State Guard for many years, Forrie joined
the Army but has since received an honorable discharge.
Excelling on the track as our miler, he has shown his
trait of faithfulness as well as many others he possesses.
Vocational Agriculture Courseg Future Farmers of America 1
fsecretaryl, 2 fPresidentJ, 3 fSecretaryJg Chorus 2, 35 Glee
Club Sg Football Team 1, 29 Track Team 2.
GERALD FRED GRIM
563 EAST HARRISON STREET, EMMAUS
Whoever sat near uGlimpy" in the English class will
testify that he is one of the noisy boys of the class.
aloe" and 4'Peewee', insist he is a good sport, and they
know what they say. With his eyes closed, 6'Glimpy"
can tell you the minutest detail of Mr. Heller's office.
General Coursey Dancing Club 1: Athletic Club 2, 3: Glee
Club 15 'Chorus 1g Stage Hand 1, 29 Red Cross Club 23 Football
Team 2, 3.
R. Lorish, W. Albitz
L. Wersi, L. Moyer, D. Hojman, M. Long
GRACE ALICE HARTMAN
154 WEST MAIN STREET, MACUNGIE
Here's a miss endowed with a sunny disposition. Her
main hobby is driving a car. She also enjoys ice skating,
dancing, and swimming. Any one in need of a typist
should call on "Gracie," for that's her one delight. May
that smile carry you far Grace, and life treat you kindly.
Commercial Course: Operetta 1: Cafeteria 3: Yearbook Staff 35
Red Cross Club 25 Dancing Club 29 Athletic Club 1: Chorus 1,
3: Knitting Club 3.
ELINOR M. HESS
MERTZTOWN ROUTE 1
This small country miss commutes daily from Mertz-
town. Although she's from the country, she does not
miss many a day. During school you find her mostly
with the girls, but we wonder about Saturday and Sunday
nights. 'LI-Iessyi' wishes to serve her country by helping
in defense work.
0 Rinker, B. Cope, R. DeLong, V. Stoudt
DONALD FREEMAN HEFFNER
554 BROAD STREET, EMMAUS
"Donnie" is one of the reticent members of the class.
His hobbies are roller skating, dancing, and taking fre-
quent trips to Topton in his car. Everyone is his friend
and he has a smile for anybody coming along his way.
Previous to his induction into the infantry, he was cm-
ployed by the Rodale Manufacturing Co. in Emmaus.
General Coursey Glee Club 1: Dancing Club 2.
DONALD RICHARD HEITER
Hold on to everything! '4Fats" has a laughing spell,
and when he laughs the whole room shakes. Welre glad
to see him so happy. He owes much of his good-looks
to his curly hair, and he is constantly being chased by
girls. Showing excellent sportsmanship in athletics, Don-
ald is loved by us all. Good luck, Donald.
Academic Coursey A'The Man Who Came To Dinner" 35 Foot-
ball 3g Baseball 3.
BETTY LARUE HILLEGASS
221 SOUTH FIFTH STREET, EMMAUS
Betty is a loquacious person at times but she is liked
by all. Among Betty's hobbies are chewing gum, hiking,
playing baseball and writing to the boys in the service.
After graduation she expects to attain a job as a secre-
Commercial Course: Red Cross Club 2: Softball Team Z9 Knit-
ting Club 3.
DORINE FAITH HOFFMAN
FRANKLIN STREET, ALBURTIS
'4Deeny,,' a fun loving and witty brunette from Alburtis,
likes to indulge in arguments and is rather skillful at
it. Besides, she does sewing and embroidering. We won-
der whyl Could it be for her hope chest? She is often
found playing cards with some of her friends, when
she isn't with a certain lad.
General Coursey Girl Reserves lg Dancing Club 1, 2: Dramatic
Club 3 QVice Presidentjg Monitor Club 2, 39 Athletic Club 1.
C. Miller, H. Gerhard
MARGUERITE MARY HILT
MACUNGIE ROUTE 1
6'Peggy', can be called an all around girl, because she
finds interest in dancing, swimming and hiking. Al-
though some of her time is reserved for servicemen,
especially the Navy, she usually finds time to attend the
Alburtis movies. At school, she served the Monitor
Club faithfully for two years and her future lies in the
Commercial Coursey Dancing Club 1, 29 Chorus l, 2, 33 Glee
Club 39 Monitor Club 2, 33 Operetta l, 3.
ANNA LOUISE HUNSICKER
419 NORTH THIRD STREET, EMMAUS
Anna Louise is the popular soprano in ."The Three
Dots and a Dash," the best trio our high school has had
for a decade. g'Toots,' was one of our first majorettes.
She sang a leading part in MH. M. S. Pinaforef' A host
of admirers wish her success in a conservatory of music.
General Courseg Operetta 1, 25 Dancing Club 1, 25 Glee Club
1, 2, 39 Chorus l, 2, 39 Trio 1, 2, 35 Athletic Club 3: Gym
R. Solt, C. Wetherhold
P. Nuss, W. Adams, C. Markley
ELIZABETH JANE HUTCHINSON
542 LIBERTY STREET, EMMAUS
"Dimples', can always be seen in drum majorette posi-
tion in front of our bandg and has been a majorette for
four years. She has many friends and admirers whom
she seems to draw to her with a magnetic force. Her
Inain interests are outdoor sports and her chosen career
is physical education instructor.
Commercial Coursey Dancing Club 1, 2: Red Cross 2, Majorette
1, Z, 3.
THEODORE CHARLES WINFIELD IOBST
437 SOUTH FIFTH STREET, EMMAUS
'4Milkman, keep those bottles flying." Yes, that ex-
plains L'Ted's" future. An ardent sports enthusiast, 'gTed"
has shown his ability on the gridiron. By listening to the
chugging of his jalopy, we can usually mark Ted's where-
abouts. With his determination no task will be hard for
General Coursey Monitor 2, 35 Dancing Club lg Football 1, 2,
3: Tattl-er Staff 2, 3, fSport Page Editorjg Yearbook Staff fSpnrtsJ9
"The Man Who Came To Dinner" 3.
A. Koch, L. Schmeltzle, 1. Wambold
EDGAR HENRY IOBST
244 MAIN STREET, EMMAUS
Need a problem explained? uHank" will help you.
Besides being the capable and efficient manager of our
athletic teams, MI-Ianki' excells in his studies. This am-
bitious lad plans to further his education after gradu-
ation. With his ability, uHank" is bound to succeed in
whatever the future offers.
Academic Coursey "The Man VVho Came To Dinner"g Hi-Y Club
1, 2, 3: 'Science Club 33 Dvancing Club 19 Football Team QManagerJ
1, 2, 3: Basketball Team 1, 2, 33 Track Team 15 Baseball Team
HUTCHINSON E. IOBST
T. IOBST JARRETT
WALTER HOWARD JARRETT
MACUNGIE ROUTE I
Before you is one of the most sincere, steadfast and
loyal friends in the senior class. '6Carrots', most out-
standing hobbies are hunting, aeronautics, and chess.
Unyielding determination is characteristic of Walter.
His favorite loafing place, as also his friends, is the
General Course, Hi-Y 1, 23 Chess Club 33 Science Club 3.
ELIZABETH JAYNE KELLY
MACUNGIE ROUTE 1
A familiar figure in our class is happy go lucky HBetty.,'
She is often seen careening in her 'L29" Chrysler, on a
badminton court or in a swimming pool. One of her
characteristics is that she is always willing to give a
helping hand. She is very much interested in dramatics
and would like to continue it after graduation.
Commercial Courseg Cafeteria 25 "The Man Who Came To Din-
ner" 39 Chorus 15 Red Cross' 2g Dramatics Club 2, 35 Softball
KISTLER J. KLINE
, ERNEST ORLANDO KISTLER, JR.
MACUNGIE ROUTE 1
Ernest is one of the more reticent members of our
class. His main occupation, aside from school work, is
poultry and turkey raising. He, like most boys, is mainly
interested in sports, and is an ardent fan. He expects
to become a chicken and turkey entrepreneur.
Academic Coursey Hi-Y Club 2, 3 fsecretaryj.
JOHN C. KIRSCHMAN
113 NORTH FIFTH STREET, EMMAUS
'gMay I help you?,' No, it's not Sir Callahad, just
n.l0hnny" serving a customer in the local ufive-and-ten."
Flute playing and story-telling are among his many
talents. One never can tell when John tells one of his
jokes. On the serious side, however, John expects to
Academic: Band 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Gym Team 'lg Oper-
etta 1, 3.
JOYCE FAYE KLINE
31 NORTH SECOND STREET, EMMAUS
Wherever there's dancing you will find Joyce, who has
mastered the art. She is attractive, has beautiful brown
eyes, and is popular with both sexes. She has ably man-
aged the girls' basketball team since her freshman year.
Her future lies in the right field-The U. S. Cadet Nurse
General Course: 'Operetta 25 Dancing Club 1, 23 Glee Club 13
Class Vice President: Red Cross 23 Basketball 1, 2, 3 QManagerJ.
R. Wieand, R. Fritch, D. Romig
F Glass, A. Funk, F. Reimert, W. Adams, T. lobst
LOIS JOHANNA KLINE
16 SOUTH THIRD STREET, EMMAUS
"Eloise" is the only girl in our class with strawberry
blond hair. Her musical ability is phenomenal and she
has already opened her own studio. Besides being the
pianist of the 'Three Dots and a Dashf, she has faith-
fully helped out in almost all our school affairs. '4Eloise's,'
other interests are sports and a certain someone in the
Academic Coursey Operetta 1, 25 Class Treasurer 33 Class Sec-
retary 1, 23 Chorus 1, 2, 37 Athletic Club 2, 33 Girls' Glee Club
1, 2, 39 Boys' Glee Club 1, 23 Trio 1, 2, 3.
ELIZABETH CAROLINE KNERR
SCHOOL STREET, ALBURTIS
Elizabeth likes fun and her imitation of teachers is
justly famous. She enjoys sports and swimming, ice skat-
ing and hiking are her favorites. She also displays con-
siderable talent in typing and shorthand. When one asks
her about her future, she just coyly smiles.
Commercial Course: Girl Reserves 2: Student Council 1, 2.
R. Marsteller, C. Schantzenbach
VILMA AILEEN KNELLER
665 NORTH STREET, EMMAUS
Our little flirt pops up everywhere imaginable. Be-
lieve us, she never misses anything. For the benefit of
those who do not know "Shorty,,' she is one of the hep
cats of the class. 4'Cerryl" and she are always in trouble.
Her ambition is to be another, 'gSwing Shift Maisiev at
Vultee Aircraft Corporation. Keep 'em swinging,
Commercial Course: Dancing Club 1, 2: Knitting Club 3: Girls'
Athletic Club 1, 2, 3: Red Cross Club 2: Cafeteria 1, 2.
L. KLINE KNELLER
KNERR A. KOCH
ARLENE ELLEN KOCH
EMMAUS ROUTE 1
Tall, slender, pretty are the words that best describe
4gKochie." Arlene is very fond of singing, and she takes
great interest in her piano lessons. Her favorite sports
are bike riding and tennis. Arlene's ambition is to con-
tinue studying music and to go on to college to study
Commercial Courseg Operetta 35 Chorus 1, 2, 3: Glee Club
2, 33 Dancing Club 2: Yearbook Staff 3.
GAWAIN BORS KOCH
662 CHESTNUT STREET, EMMAUS
Few in our class have the wide variety of talent dis-
played by Koch. Excelling especially in the Held of
photography, he is constantly taking pictures of anything
and everything about school. His performance in, "The
Man Who Came to Dinneri' assures him recognition in
the field of dramatics.
Academic Courseg Junior Declamation Contest 23 Operetta 1,
3, 4'The Man Who Came To Dinner"g Assistant Yearbook Editor
33 Student Council 1 QS-ecretaryjq Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1,
23 Science Club 35 Dramatic Club 2 QTreasurerJg Photography
Club 2, Concert Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Yearbook Stall Photographer 3.
G. KOCH KONESKI
ALBERT WILLIAM KOZE
EMMAUS ROUTE 1
Here we have the Jack of all trades. No matter if the
subject is cooking, sports or politics, HAP, shines in all
of them. He also is talented in dancing, art, and swim-
ming which are his hobbies. Being a sailor is Al's future,
without a girl in every port.
General Course: "The Man Who Came To Dinner"g Hi-Y Club
3, Football Team 2, 33 Yearbook Staff 3.
A. Pennebacker, R. Noll
HELEN BARBARA KONESKI
404 SOUTH FOURTH STREET, EMMAUS
Gosh, where is that giggling coming from? Oh., of
course, it's room 2 and Helen is in her laughing mood.
Helen also has serious thoughts and pastime favorites as,
writing to our servicemen, reading, dancing, and roller
skating. Her ambition after graduation is to 'take a posi-
tion in a local oflice.
Commercial Course: Yearbook Staff 3: Athletic Club 1: Red
Cross Club 25 Softball Team 23 Knitting Club 3.
BETTY LOUISE LAUDENSLAGER
121 MACUNGIE AVENUE, EMMAUS
Betty is a regular out-of-door girl and enjoys camping
and hiking. She shows a great interest in drawing. An-
other singer of the class! A good argument can interest
her anytime, providing she can put her three cents into
it. On the whole she is a swell sport and expects to
enter the business world.
Commercial Coursey Monit-or Club 2, 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Dramatic
Club 35 Arts and Crafts Club 1, 2, 33 Cafeteria 1, 2: Red Cross
29 Dancing Club 17 Operetta 3.
P. Nuss, R. Borlner
H Shelly, E. Charlesworth, 1. Reinbold, A. Koze
EUGENE WILLIAM LANDIS
MERTZTOWN ROUTE 1
'4Lefty," the blue eyed blond, who joined our class in
his senior year, came from Freehall and has become very
popular with the opposite sex. In the sporting world,
he enjoys bowling and hunting, but shows superlative
ability in playing baseball. Uncle Sam holds the key
to uLefty's,' future.
Academic Coursey Football 33 Baseball 3.
RUTH TILERIA LICHTENWALNER
MACUNGIE ROUTE 1
Besides being one of the more brilliant students in our
commercial class, we find '6Lichty,' is also good-natured
and full of fun. Her alertness and keen-mindedness come
from her unusual ability to read books. The business
world is her ambition. We know Ruth will make some
business a valuable Secretary.
Commercial Course: Red Cross Club 2.
C Wetherhold, G. Grim, 0. Arndt, R. Snyder,
C Schantzenbach, I. Brosky, T. Iobst, N. Nester
JUNE ANNETTA LERCH
545 ELM STREET, EMMAUS
HLerehy', is an artistically minded person and reading
is one of her pet pastimes. She likes dancing, movies
and letter writing. The Navy has held her interest for a
long time and her one ambition is to get an oHice job
in a defense plant to back up the boys on the lighting
Commercial Courseg Fine Arts l, 2, 39 Dancing Club lg Red
MIRIAM JOYCE LONG
ALBURTIS ROUTE 1
'4Hey, Wimpy, are you going to the library for another
book?" This is "Wimpy', preparing for another evening
of her favorite pastime-reading. Although she is one
of the reserved members of our class, she is quite ambi-
tious at times. 6'Wimpy" is a genius on a typewriter.
Stenographie work is sure to engross her after gradu-
Commercial Course: Operetta 1, 3: Chorus 1, 2, 35 Glee Club
35 Dancing Club 1, 25 Knitting Club 35 Dramatic Club 39 Girls'
Softball Team 25 Yearbook Staff 3.
VIRGINIA MAE LORAH
1761 RIDGE STREET, EMMAUS
The proverb, 6'Good things come in small packages,"
certainly holds true with nGinnie," who is everybody's
friend especially Joseph's. At times she is very comical,
but she can also be serious. uGinnie's" hobbies are swim-
ming and dancing. After graduation, Virginia expects
to seek a career in the business world.
Commercial Course, Operetta 35 "The Man Who Came To Din-
ner", Dancing Club 1, 29 Monitor Club 2, 33 Chorus Z, 33 Glee
Club 35 Athletic Club 3: Yearbook Staff 3.
CHARLES FREDERICK MARKLEY
175 SEEM STREET, EMMAUS
Charles, a musical-minded senior, displays his talent
in our school productions. Then, too, his interest lies
in the scientific field, particularly in electricity. The ex-
cellent lighting of 'The Man Who Came to Dinner" was
largely due to his effort. After graduation, he is slated
for the Navy.
Academic Coursey Chorus 1, 2, 39 Band l, 2, 39 Orchestra 1, 23
Dance Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Brass Quartet 1, 2, 3: Operetta 1, 35 Boys'
Quartet 1, 2.
R. Noll, 1. Kirschman, E. Walbert, H. Iobst
MARY JANE LUTSEY
415 RIDGE STREET, EMMAUS
This dashing, all-around girl, who has been a great
success in our class play, is known as "Hindu," To her
we owe the circulation of uThe Tattlerf' Her beautiful
contralto voice, blended with the other two 6'Dots and a
Dash," has done much to keep up the morale of us all.
011 leaving school, Mary intends to follow a musical
Academic Course, Operetta 1, 35 "The Man Who Came To
Dinner"g Dancing Club lg Athletic Club 1, 2, 33 Monitor Club
2, 39 Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Trio 1, 2, 33 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Band 1,
2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 39 Yearbook Staff 33 Tattler Staff 2, 3 fBusi-
ness Managerjg Basketball 1, 2, 33 Gym Team 1, 2, 3.
ELEANOR ELAINE MARKS
ZIONSVILLE ROUTE 1
Most people think of 'IEP' as being shy, but not those
who know her well. Her hobbies are swimming, hiking,
reading and baking. She takes special interest in baking
and will someday be an expert in cooking. NEI" says
uniforms do not appeal to her. We wonder!
General Coursey Cafeteria 35 Operetta 35 Glee Club 1: Chorus
1, 2, 35 Dancing Club 2.
K. Palencar, L. Mohr
D. Hoffman, L. Werst
ROBERTA MAY MARSTELLER
MACUNGIE ROUTE 1
Who walks down the halls yelling, l6Hey Abbot?,'
None other than one of our popular majorettes. Roberta
has served as secretary of the senior class and her favorite
pastime is conferring with the class president. Her hob-
bies are bicycle riding, dancing and all sports. Roberta's
future lies in the business world.
Commercial Coursey Majorette 1, 2, 3: Cafeteria 37 Chorus 19
Dancing Club 29 Girls' Athletic Club 2, 35 Class Secretary 33
Yearbook Staff 33 Softball Team 29 Tattler Staff 2 CReporterJ 2
ELSIE EVELYN MILLER
1450 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, EMMAUS
Dark hair, brown eyes and a musical giggle, describe
our Elsie best. She has a 'iLet's be friendsw smile, and
through it has won many companions. With her out-
standing ability in typing., weire sure she will succeed.
In anything she may undertake, here is hoping her path
will be strewn with four-leaf clovers.
Commercial Courseg Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3: Softball Team 2.
L. Cornfeld, B. Pennebacker, I. Rudegeair
LOIS JAE MEYERS
447 CHESTNUT STREET, EMMAUS
Did you hear someone arguing? By gosh, it's Lois
and Fern at it again. We are told she could listen to
good music for many an hour, and would rather read
than eat or sleep. She loves to work with children and
evidence of this may be found, when Sunday morning
comes along and we find her teaching the children.
Commercial Coursey Dancing Club 1, 2: Chorus 2, 3.
E. MILLER G. MILLER
GERALDINE LILLIAN MILLER
322 NORTH FIFTH STREET, EMMAUS
"Gerry,', as she is known to her numerous friends, is
the liveliest jitterbug in the senior class. Any time and
any place Vilma and she can be seen trying out new
steps. She is equally fond of roller-skating, but her
hopes for the future are to do a great deal of traveling.
Bon voyage, "Cerry.,'
Commercial Coursey Athletic Club 13 Band 1, 2, 39 Dancing
MARGARET FLORENCE MILLER
203 NORTH FIFTH STREET, EMMAUS
uOh! Now, I put an 'h' where it doesnit belong. How
do you spell weather?" That is uPeggy1' writing a letter.
Whenevei' you ask her to whom, the answer is, "To my
relativesf, Her other hobbies are singing and art, taking
hikes, swimming, and skating.
Commercial Courseg 'Operetta 1, 3: Chorus 1, 2, 37 Arts and
Crafts Club 1, 2, 33 Girls' Softball Team 2.
M. MILLER P. MILLER
MOHR L. MOYER
LORRAINE JOY MOHR
520 RIDGE STREET, EMMAUS
Lorraine can usually be recognized by her friendly
smile. Of her many activities, band rates highest. It
claimed her in the freshman year and she has proved
faithful since. Her ambition is to stay in the commercial
field and enter business school. Singing lessons take up
part of her valuable spare time.
Commercial Coursey Oper-etta 3: Dancing Club 15 Athletic Club
1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 33 Student Council 35 Tattler Staff 2, 3 QRe-
porterjq Basketball 1, 2, 3: Library Club 1, 29 Glee Club 39
Chorus 33 Gym Team 1, Z, 3.
J. Eastman, K. Fritz, B. Kelly, B. Hutchinson
PHYLLIS JEAN MILLER
ZIONSVILLE ROUTE 1
Will she be a cook, or a trombone virtuoso, or another
Sonja Henie? She has a good deal of talent in either
direction, and, while she is making up her mind. she
writes cheerful letters to sailors. This girl wished for
twelve feet of snow!
General Courseq Cafeteria 3: Band 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 33
Chorus 1, 2, 3.
LORRAINE ELIZABETH MOYER
WEST SECOND STREET, ALBURTIS
Lorraine is tall, blond, and a grand executive. She is
no slouch as a student either, for she is one of the
speakers at Commencement. This annual testifies to her
ability and popularity. She likes sports and swimming.
College will probably claim her, although she is more
than ordinarily interested in an infantryman.
General Course: Monitor Club 2, 3 fSecretarylg Dancing Club
1, 25 Glee Club 15 Operetta lg "The Man Who Came to Dinner"q
Cheerleader 2, 35 Tattler Stall' Z fReporterJ: 3 QPage Editorj:
Yearbook Staff fEditor-in-Chiefl.
M. Miklencic, L. Moyer, I. Barret, M. Lutsey
A. Tichy, J. Wiesner
ROBERT MILLER MOYER
907 SOUTH TWELFTH STREET, ALLENTOWN
HPep," as the name suggests, is one of the most active,
physically, of any one in our class. He is an avid out-
doorsman and likes swimming, hunting, fishing, and ath-
letics. He is desirous of being a forest ranger or taxi-
General Coursey Hi-Y Club 29 Boys' Home Economics 25
Red Cross 2.
NORMAN HENRY NESTER
1442 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, EMMAUS
'gNorm,', besides being the best nsoda jerk" in the
class, is also noted for his wave, which is the envy of
many a boy. If you ever want an ice cream soda or
sundae, drop in at Dundoreis and look for the guy with
the large up-sweep, and you can be sure that you are
in for a treat.
Commercial Coursey Chorus lg Operetta 15 "The Man Who
Came To Dinnerg" Dancing Club 29 Tattler Staff 2, 3 fReporterJ.
H. Shelly, E. Charlesworth
WALTER FRANKLIN MOYER
428 NORTH FIFTH STREET. EMIVIAUS
6'Bookeri' is the lad in our class who likes to travel.
Give him a pipe and a Suitcase and he is either hitch-
hiking or going on a long bicycle trip. Because of his
physique and ability he is captain of our boys, gym
team. He also is the lad with the talented hand for
General Course: "The Man Who Cam-e To Dinnergn Dancing
Club 1, 25 Glee Club 3, Chorus 33 Gym Team 1, 2, 3.
R. MOYER W. MOYER
RALPH AARON NOLL
237 RIDGE STREET, EMMAUS
Who's who in Big League Baseball? Just ask Shottyg
he's really up to date on the subject. The opposite sex
doesn't seem to bother him, but then one can never tell
why he is so interested in basketball. Ralplfs ambition
is to attend Stroudsburg State Teacher's College to be-
come an athletic coach. VVe're sure he'll get there, unless
Uncle Sam gets hold of him beforehand.
Academic Courseg Hi-Y Club 35 Chess Club 39 Basketball 1, 3.
PHILLIP CHARLES NUSS
EMMAUS ROUTE 1
Behold! We present the Nelson Eddy of our class.
uPhil," the baritone soloist of the chorus, also plays
the trombone in our orchestras and band. His long, curly,
blond hair easily distinguishes him from other tall
seniors. The music lield is his choice of a vocation.
General Coursey Stage Manager 1, 25 Operetta 1, 33 Band 1,
2, 39 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dance Orchestra 1,
2, 39 Boys' Quartet 1, 2.
A PENNEBACKER B. PENNEBACKER
ABRAHAM DANIEL PENNEBACKER
Box A, EMMAUS
Whizzl Is it a meteorite? No, it's just uAbe,' and his
Mercury transporting the Zionsville gang home after a
social function. g'Abe" can often be found taking a razz-
ing from any member of the class, and because he is
good natured, he takes it without becoming angry. Since
he is often hiring students to work, we wish him luck
in the business world.
Academic Course: Basketball Team 35 Track Team 1, 25 Foot-
ball Team I, 2, 3.
KATHLEEN HELENE PALENCAR
sos SOUTH FIFTH STREET, EMMAUS
4'Kacky,, is the popular lass with the brown hair,
green eyes, and surplus energy. She is very active in
social activities of the school. Although she has no plans
for the future, we well remember her fine performance
in "The Man Who Came to Dinner," and know she will
succeed in anything she undertakes. Good luck '6Kacky!,'
Commercial Coursey Operetta 3: HThe Man Who Came To
Dinner"g Dancing Club 1, 25 Band 1: Chorus 2, 39 Glee Club
35 Knitting Club 3g Yearbook Staff 3.
BARBARA ANN PENNEBACKER
Box A, EMMAUS
Rah, Rah, Rah team! You were sure to find this smil-
ing brunette at all the games cheering for our team.
Barbara was page editor of wfhe Tattlern and a line
page she brought out. Her lovely voice is sure to get her
places. Barbara plans to further her education at college.
Academic Cours-eg Glee Club 15 Arts and Crafts 2 fVice Presi-
dentjg Yearbook Stalf 3 QCabinet Memberjg Tattler Staff 2, 3
CPage Ediftorlg 'Operetta 1: Cheerleader 2, 3.
G. Fasching, C. Yerby, M. Nlulh, B. Wetherhold, E DeL
R. Snyder, V. Nester, R. Diaz, B. Knauss,
C. Wetherhold, R. Kohler
BETTY JANE PETERS
540 NORTH STREET, EMMAUS
Betty, the happy-go-lucky member of our class, proved
herself to be an able actress in our class play. Beside
a member of the junior class, Betty likes tumbling and
sports of all kinds. Amiable and attractive, Betty illus-
trates the point that '4Clothes make the woman?
Commercial Coursey "The Man Who Came To Dinner": Athletic
Club 1, 2, 35 Dancing Club 1, 2: Softball Team 2.
FRANKLIN WILSON REIMERT
130 SOUTH FOURTH STREET, EMMAUS
uPop,,' who played varsity football this season, is a
part time mail clerk and carrier of our post office. His
diversified activities include playing the bass drum of
the American Legion Corps and dash man on our track
team. His mail carrying job seems to interest him as
his future occupation.
General Courseg Operetta 15 "The Man Who Came To Dinner'
35 Glee Club 1, 2: Chorus 1, Z5 Dancing Club 1, 2: Football 1,
2, 3: Track 1, 2, 35 Basketball 19 Public Speaking 1.
Bussyis Peanut Shoppe
VIRGINIA LEE QUEEN
810 CHESTNUT STREET, EMMAUS
Virginia studies in school and pays attention to teach-
ers, but, outside of class, it's a different story. "Queenie"
likes knitting, bowling, dancing, and basketball in which
she is proficient. She is also a good typist and hopes
to End her future in an office.
Commercial Courseg Dancing Club 1, 2: Basketball Team 1,
2, 39 Softball Team 25 Monitor Club 2, 39 Knitting Club 3.
JANET MAE REINBOLD
49 SOUTH SECOND STREET, ENIMAUS
Janet wields a mean paint brush. She is one of the
best artists in the class and expects to attend college
after she graduates. This pretty, blonde miss tells us her
hobbies are swimming and ice-skating. I-lere's wishing
her luck and success with the canvas.
General Coursey Operetta 15 Glee Club 1, 25 Yearbook Staff 35
Athletic Club 1g Dancing Club 1, 29 Red Crioss Club 25 Ants and
Crafts Club 1.
OLETHA MAY RINKER
41 SOUTH SECOND STREET, EMMAUS
'QDeeda,, is a tall, attractive brunette, interested in
dancing and fond of roller skating. During her high
school career she has faithfully tooted away on her
clarinet in the band. Although she is interested in the
navy, her big heart interest is a certain senior at Slat-
ington High. Oletha would like to make commercial
radio work her career.
Commercial Course: Cafeteria 33 Band 1, 2, 3: Yearbook Staff
KCI:-xsses Committeej 39 Dancing Clubv 1: Chorus 2, 35 Glee
Club 2, 35 Softball Team 2: Athletic Club 1.
JOSEPH ALEXANDER RUBENAK
529 MINOR STREET, EMMAUS
To the list of energetic seniors we add ".loe,s" name.
He has taken the responsibility of heading the Student
Council and Board of Judges. A fine speaker and actor,
"i.loe', has displayed his talent in both these fields. The
Boy Scouts occupy his spare time and he has acquired
the rank of Eagle.
General Coursey Operetta 1, 3: "The Man Who Came To
Dinner" 39 Student Council 1, fVice Presidentj, 2 fPresidentJ,
39 Hi-Y Club 1, fChaplainj, 33 Monitor Club 2, 33 Public Speak-
ing lg Boys' Home Economics 2: Chorus 1, 2, 33 Boys' Glee Club
1, 2, 3: Male Quartet 25 Vice President Class 3g Yearbook Stal?
3, fCabinetJg Gym Team 1, 2, 39 Track Manager 1, 2, 3.
W. Jarrett, G. Boyer, M. Miller, R. Coney, I. Rudeg
ELIZABETH THERESA ROKOSNY
414 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, EMMAUS
Number, please! This is what "Liz', says, when she's
on duty as a telephone operator. A lover of sports,
'5Liz,' spends lots of time hiking and attending sports
Commercial Courseg Girl Reserves 1, 2 fPresidentJ, 3 QPresi-
IRENE LUANNA DIANE RUDEGEAIR
EMMAUS, ROUTE 1
Bang, bang!! Don't get excited. lt's only Luanna's
powder blue and yellow car. Fun-loving Luanna entered
our class in the junior year making numerous friends
and acquaintances. Her determination, amiability, and
'gquick to smile and slow to anger" personality will stand
her in good stead in the U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps.
General Coursey Dancing Club 2.
D. Romig, E. Dries
H Iobst, E. DeLong, W. Adams, Mr. Deischer
VIOLA MINNIE RUTH
415 SOUTH TWELFTH STREET, EMMAUS
uHoney" is that attractive blonde in our class, who
attracts boys and girls like a high-powered magnet. She
is always seen with her best friend Elsie. Together they
enjoy all outdoor sports and listen to records. With her
knowledge of typing and shorthand, we know there will
be many opportunities for her.
Commercial Course: Girl Reserves 1, fTreasurerJ 2, 3.
CHARLES HENRY SCHANTZENBACH
105 NORTH SECOND STREET, EMMAUS
uChas.," the president of our class, is a sports enthu-
siast, participating on our baseball and basketball teams.
Outside of School, he plays American Legion baseball.
Comical as he is, 6'Chas." can be serious, especially when
working on a committee. The commercial field seems
to be his chosen occupation.
Commercial Coursey Dancing Club 29 Baseball 2, 35 Class
President 23 Yearbook Staff fSports Committeej 35 Basketball 33
"The Man Who Came To Dinner."
R Gerhard, E. Dennis, R. Mabus, A. Rizzetto,
R. Wiesner, C. Winzer
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ELIZABETH LILLIAN SANDEL
226 GREEN STREET, EMMAUS
The thing a'Betty" enjoys most is roller skating and
she is quite a skater. She can be found at Mealey's almost
anytime. Her interest lies also in typing and so we will
probably find her in some office. A certain Marine has
the situation well in hand.
Commercial Courseg Dancing Club 1, 2: Softball Team 2.
C. SCHANTZENBACH H. SCHANTZENBACH
H. STANLEY SCHANTZENBACH
650 WALNUT STREET, EMMAUS
Stanley, otherwise known as '4Shrimp," is one of the
most handsome and personable athletes of our class, and
showed his athletic ability by being on the varsity bas-
ketball team and captain of the football team. He is
interested in a certain brunette working at Dundore's.
MShrimp,' plans to be a coach, provided Uncle Sam
doesnit change his mind.
Industrial Printing Course: Football Team 1, 2, Captain 3:
Basketball Team 1, 2, 3: UThe Man Who Came To Dinner"g
Track Team 1, 2, 39 Gym Team Manager 1, 2, 33 Dancing Club
1, 25 Class Vice President 2.
LORRAINE MARY SCHMELTZLE
13 MAIN STREET, MACUNGIE
Lorraine, an afliable and accommodative person, can
be found wherever a friend has need of her, and this
affability extends to the field of letter writing to service-
men. Seeing good motion pictures is her favorite pass
time. She plans to branch out into the field of business
and general commercial work.
Commercial Coursey Dancing Club 25 Red Cross Club 29 Knit-
ting Club 39 Yearbook Staff 3.
MARVIN WALTER SCHOCH
100 CHURCH STREET, MACUNGIE
Marvin, who spends most of his time in the shop, where
he majors in carpentry, is another of our outdoor sports-
men. Included among his pastimes are camping, fishing,
bowling, and driving his Ford. The opposite sex seems
to have made no impression on him, but sometimes we
are not so sure!
Industrial Arts Coursey Red Cross Club 3: Hi-Y Club 2 fSecre-
taryli Arts and Crafts Club 1.
G. Radeline, E. Dennis, F. Dries, F. Glass, S. Deglel
D. Fegley, L. Hinkle
DORIS KLINE SCHMOYER
526 JUBILEE STREET, EMMAUS
Schmoyer is one of the more mischievous girls of our
class. She is very seldom seen, but is always heard. She
is not active in sports but she takes an interest in music.
For the future she will take the hurdles as they may come.
Commercial Course, Chorus 2, 39 Glee Club 3: Softball Team 2.
STERLING VINCENT SCHREIBER
222 NORTH FIFTH STREET, EMMAUS
This is one of the more technical students of the class,
who has proved his knowledge of radio, physics, and
chemistry. Most of his spare time he spends furthering
his hobby, radio. After graduation, he hopes to enter
the Army Signal Corps, and we are sure his training
and knowledge will help him achieve his ambition.
General Coursey Radio Club 1: Dancing Club 25 Science Club
3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3.
FREDDIE CHARLES SCHULER
MERTZTOWN ROUTE 1
Run for your lives! It's a giant. No, wait, it's only
Freddie. Heis muscle-bound and red as a ripe tomato.
He always greets us with a pleasant smile and we all
think a great deal of him. Sometimes referred to as the
umathematical wizard," Freddie has no trouble work-
Academic Course: "The Man VVho Came To Dinner," Foot-
ball 35 Baseball 3.
BETTY MAE SELL
632 WALNUT STREET, EMMAUS
Sell, a girl with a beautiful voice-plus, has often
entertained servicemen as a member of our trio. Highly
active, she helped to bring about the success of our class
play and took first prize in the junior declamation con-
test. She plans to become a medical secretary and follow
music on the side. Bon Chance!
General Coursey Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Chorus 33 Junior Declama-
tion Contest 29 Operetta 1, 3: "The Man Who Came To Dinner",
Student Council QSecretaryJ 3, Yearbook Staff 35 Tattler Staff 2
1Assistant Business Managerj, 3 fliusiness Managerjg Band 1, 2,
39 Gym Team 1, 2, 3: Library 1, 2, Athletic Club 1, 2, 39 Trio
1, 2, 35 Basketball Team 1, 2, 3.
MARIETTA MARIE SCHULER
EMMAUS ROUTE 1
Marietta, o11e of the singers of our class, spends most
of her time in school with her friend uPeggy."' A num-
ber of our Monitor Club, she enjoys hiking, dancing,
movies and writing to servicemen. She says her favorite
branch of service is the Navy.
Commercial Course: Operetta 1, 3, Dancing Club 1, 2: Chorus
1, 2, 35 Glee Club 35 Monitor Club Z, 3.
F. SCHULER M. SCHULER
JOHN ANTHONY SIKORSKI
622 MINOR STREET, EMMAUS
One of our outdoor lovers of hunting and fishing, John
has proven his skill in this line of sport. Among his
other hobbies are trapping, swimming, and horseback
riding. Easy to get along with and especially friendly to
the opposite sex, John looks towards the future to being
an outdoors man.
WILBUR JAMES SINGLEY, JR.
178 BERGER STREET, EMMAUS
Ill our junior year, we welcomed into the class a
young man altogether devoid of insufliciencies. As Sheri-
dan Whiteside in our senior class play, he proved this
to all of us. Having the ability to absorb knowledge so
readily, he'll succeed, we are sure, in his chosen lield,
Academic Course: 'lThe Man Who Came To Dinnerqu Hi-Y
Club 2, 33 fPresidentj Science Club 35 flaresidentjg Yearbook
ROBERT DONALD SNYDER
601 WALNUT STREET, EMMAUS
'lBobby" is one of the smallest boys in our class, but
then as the old saying goes, HAH good things come in
little packages." With his dark black hair, 4'Bobby"
shouldn't have much trouble getting ua girl in every
port," for he has already enlisted in Uncle Samis Navy.
Good sailing, uBob l ii
Commercial Course: Red Cross 2: Dancing Club 2.
A. Heist, W. Adams
HAROLD WEIDA SHELLY
EMMAUS ROUTE 1
This handsome, versatile lad is one of the more intelli-
gent of our class. Shelly played a vital part in our foot-
ball victories the past few years. His acting talent was
displayed by his excellent performance in the class play.
The navy gained a real sport when it took Shelly from
Academic Course: Hi-Y Club 2, 3 1Vice Presidentjg Class Officer
fPresiden.tJ: Football Team 1, 2, 33 "The Man Who Came To
ROBERT WILLIAM SOLT
MACUNGIE ROUTE 1
Serious minded, energetic, and ambitious describe
Robert. "Solt,' is well known for his faithful work on
the Monitor Club. And usually, if there's a political
argument going on, Robert is in on it. Among his many
and varied interests, serious music, swimming, public
speaking, and writing rank high.
General Course, Junior Declamation Contest 23 Operetta 1, 37
"The Man Who Came To Dinner," Monitor 2, 35 Hi-Y 1, 33
Chorus 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Reporter fTattler Statlj 2, 3:
Dramatics 2, 35 Public Speaking 1.
E. Walbert, A. Pennebncker, E. Kistler, R. Noll
F. Wendling, L. Meyers
VIOLA ALTHEA STEPHEN
209 CHURCH STREET, MACUNGIE
Where do those sweet melodious strains come from?
It is none other than our own Viola with her lovely
low voice. She can often he seen entertaining a group
with her corny jokes, and cute laugh. As for hobbies,
she likes all sports, dancing, knitting and playing the
piano. Her sparkling personality will help her to achieve
her main ambition, receptionist.
Commercial Course, Operetta 1, 3: Tattler Stall 2, 3 fReporterJ:
Dancing Club 25 Monitor Club 2, 39 Chorus 1, 33 Glee Club 2.
RUTH MARTHA STOSH
661 FURNACE STREET, EMMAUS
Does she impress you as taciturn? You don"t know
"'Ruthy.,' She's fun-loving, attractive, and also an excell-
ent typist. In her spare time she does her best to keep
up the morale of a certain sailor. She is active in church
affairs and hopes to become a secretary in the future.
Success be yours!
Commercial Coursey Operetta 3: Chorus 2, 37 Dancing Club
1, 25 Dramatic Club 3.
ORPHA LORAINE STORTZ
558 CHESTNUT STREET, EMMAUS
One glimpse of 0rpha's winning smile and you'll want
to know her better. Not only is she studious but a great
lover of sportsg especially, ice Skating. Orpha can al-
ways be found with her Shadow, 6'Archie.', With her
sunny disposition and ability, she probably will succeed
in the commercial world.
Commercial Course, Girl Reserves 1, 23 Dramatic Club 3.
VIVIAN LOIS STOUDT
524 SEEM STREET, EMMAUS
Did anyone ask where that excellent music is coming
from? Yes, that's g'Viv," playing the piano. She can
always be found wherever there is a crowd and cheerful
laughter. No, we would not say that she is timid.
You probably know by now that music will determine
Commercial Coursey Cafeteria 1, 23 Operetta 1, 3, Dancing
Club 25 Dramatic Club 33 Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3, Cvlee Club
2, 35 Chorus 1.
MACUNGIE ROUTE 1
'gMike,,' one of our football and baseball stars, left
school in his junior year to enlist in the Marines. Whell
he is finished with this job, he wants to become an air-
craft machinist. When he completed his school credits
by correspondence, he furnished ample evidence of his
determination to succeed.
EARL HENRY WALBERT, JR.
239 EAST WEISS STREET, TOPTON
From Topton comes the fellow who has helped to make
our concert orchestra a success. Although Earl never says
much, he has a great sense of humor, often exercised
in Mr. Deischerls P. D. class. A member of the Air Corps
Reserve., Earl expects to help Uncle Sam.
Academic Coursey Orchestra 2, 39 Chorus 2, 35 Track Team 2,
39 Chess Club 3 fPresidentJg Hi-Y Club 35 B-oys' Home Eco-
nomics Club 2.
R. Williams, G. Kern, D. Lichtenwalner, K. Rlttc
W. Madtes, B. Knauss
ELIZABETH JEAN TREICHLER
EMMAUS ROUTE 1
Vivacious g'Bette,,' artist of the class, did the portraits
of our principal and superintendent for the opening
pages of this annual. The girl with the bangs has tapped
her way through the gym exhibit and her jitterbugging
is definitely asuperf' uBette's,' talents and her easy to
get along with attitude will bring her success in any
General Course: Glee Club lg Yearbook Staff 3g Operetta 1:
Athletic Club 1, 25 Dancing Club 1, 2: Arts and Crafts Club 2
EUGENE JOSEPH WALTER, JR.
443 NORTH THIRD STREET, EMMAUS
If you have admired the scenery for the senior class
play, Eugene is the fellow to thank. Besides being very
industrious fout of school, of coursel Eugene is well
versed in the radio field. He can usually be found tinker-
ing with some mechanical object. He is also fond of
the so-called weaker sex.
JOY KATHRYN WAMBOLD
124 MACUNGIE AVENUE, EMMAUS
This likely lass is serious in school and a great deal
of fun out of school. She likes to draw cartoons and
writes newsy letters to the boys in the service. Her ambi-
tion has always been to sing and several organizations
of town will testify to her charm and skill.
Commercial Course: Cafeteria 1, 23 Operetta 1, 39 Dancing Club
2: "The Man Who Came To Dinner", Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Chorus
1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 3 fsecretaryj.
FERN REINHARDT WENDLING
408 SOUTH FOURTH STREET, EMMAUS
When greeted by the expression "Cow" or L'Oh broth-
er,', we all know that it's Fern, our jocular classmate.
Always on the move, Fern is to be found at dances or
absorbed in a murder-mystery novel. She also works in
the high school office and nourishes a desire to join the
Commercial Course: Dancing Club 1, 2: Glee Club 2, 3, Red
Cross 25 Chorus 39 Operetta 3.
B Cope, V. Queen, R. Woodring, C. Keller, 1. Lerch
GLADYS MYRLE WARMKESSEL
50 LOCUST STREET, MACUNGIE
Who is the girl with the big smile? The one who would
be completely lost without her chewing gum and her
Grace? Why, "Gussy,,' of course! Gladys is excellent
proof that good things can and do come from Macungie.
Intelligent and friendly, she loves to read and knit and
is one of the class"s engaged girls.
Commercial Course: Cafeteria 3, Red Cross' 2, Knitting Club 3,
Yearbook Staff fCabinet Memberj.
LARUE CHRISTINE WERST
FRANKLIN STREET, ALBURTIS
LaRue, an attractive blond-haired girl, is intelligent,
serious, and jolly. She is very fond of outdoor sports and
is skilled in ice skating and playing softball. "Whashty"
takes keen interest in collecting school souvenirs. To
a friendly girl, we wish much success and few disap-
Commercial Coursey Operetta 1: Chorus 1, 2: Dancing Club
1, 2, Knitting Club 3: Softball Team 2.
LUCILLE MARGARET WERTMAN
414 CHESTNUT STREET, EMMAUS
Jocular Lucille likes dancing, skating and all kinds
of sports. She seems to be drawn towards Fountain Hill
by some magnetic force-maybe a senior? She is always
ready for a sizzling argument and this augurs a warning
for those who dislike them for she is a master at it.
Commercially inclined, she hopes to work in an office.
Commercial Coursey Softball Team 2, Red Cross 29 Fine Arts
1, Z, 3, Knitting Club 3.
EMMAUS ROUTE 1
"Muggs," the he-man of the class, is a mass of rippling
muscles who plays left end on our football team. As an
outstanding sportsman Joe has won athletic awards and
commendations for his many spectacular pass-catches
and runs. Still a trifle undecided about the future aloe"
looks forward to a hitch in the Navy.
'General Course, Dancing Club 1, 2, Athletic Club 2, 35 Foot-
ball Team 2, 33 Stage Hand 1, 2.
A. Wieder, D. Diefenderfer, N. Kline, L. Thomas
K. Stortz, L. Kulp
CARLTON EARL WETHERHOLD
EMMAUS ROUTE 1
Carlton is another of the sports minded boys of our
class. He is a keen follower of all sports, especially
baseball. Carlton is head of our Monitor Club on which
he has done fine work. He also surprised us in our
senior class play. His main hobby is sports.
Commercial Course: "The M-an Who Came To Dinner", M-onitor
Club 2, 3 fCaptainJq Tattler Stal? 2, 3 fReporterJg Baseball Team
2, 35 Student Council 25 Dancing Club 2.
CLARENCE EDWARD WINZER
228 STATE AVENUE, EMMAUS
This suave, fluent fellow is best known as the "Duke"
to the girls. Why? Because he knows all the girls worth
knowing from Reading to Wilkes-Barre. g'Duke,,' a swell
guy, is still somewhat befuddled about the future, but
we all know that he,ll get along OK.
General Coursey Stage Manager 1, 2, Operetta 19 'Vfhe Man
Who Came To Dinner"g Arts and Crafts Club 13 Chorus 1, 25
Dancing Club 1, 2: Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 39 Athletic Club 2, 39
Track Team 13 Gym Team 1, 2, 35 Football Team 2, 3, Base-
ball Manager 1, 2, 3.
H. Henry, S. Whitehallg Frances Ann Krimmel, Emmausg L.
Brunner, Fountain Hill. Second Row-L. Eisenhower, Coop-
ersburgg M. Kukitz, Coplayg A. Grzwer, Whitehall, M. Lynn,
Slatingtong R. Sherlin, Cutasauqua.
BETTY CATHERINE WILT
MACUNGIE ROUTE 1
"Betts',, humor is well known to her many close
friends. Her ability to study and to get along with people
will enable her to become a good nurse. Betty expects to
enter Temple University School of Nursing. Her hobbies
are swimming, reading, gardening and going to the
movies with Warren.
Academic Course: Knitting Club 2: Glee Club 17 Cafeteria 2.
GLENN JESSE ZEPP
52 NORTH THIRD STREET, EMMAUS
"Clem,', one of the working men of our class, is a
sports minded person and can usually be found fooling
with the girls. He is studious but he enjoys playing
pranks and does it often. As the assistant photographer
for our book he proved very dependable. His main in-
terest lies in traveling, preferably hitch-hiking. Thumbs
Academic Courseg 'The Man Who Came To Dinner"g Year-
book Statf 33 Hi-Y Club 2 QSecretaryJ 33 Science Club 2 fVice
Presidentjg Photography Club 29 Basketball Team l, 39 Football
ROBERT EDWIN ZIEGLER
EMMAUS ROUTE 1
Robert is hardly ever heard, but if you are ever in
need of a friend he is right there. His favorite pastime
is driving his father's Chevy and he is looking forward
to the day when he will own his own car. The shop was
his first love at school.
General Coursey Arts and Crafts Club lj Band 3.
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William Alhitz Clarence Winzer
Henry Gerhard Norman Nester
Harold Shelly Joseph Wiesner F orrie Glass
Waller MOYCI' Henry Iobst
First Row-Left to Right: Mary Ann Eck, Violet Wagner, Catherine Hersch, Jeannine Hamsher,
Jean Seip, Rachael Lorish, Alice Schmoyer, Saraellen Wetherhold, Gloria Boyer. Second Row:
Faye Hallman, Althea Eisenhard, Pauline Wetzel, Patricia Lester, Isabel Clauser, Mae Stephen,
Martha Moon, Marianna George, Phyllis Weaver, Margaret Lichtenwalner, Marie Danner.
Third Row: Elizabeth DeLong, Sarah Fisher, Betty Hillegass, Eleanor Stratz, Geraldine Kulp,
Phyllis Erb, Marion Wetzel, Mae Shelly, Esther Shimer, Joyce Stephens. Fourth Row: Virginia
Brahm, Lucille Kocis, Celia Benedick, Evelyn Beitler, Catherine Dimmig, Leanna Burian,
Blanche Detwiler, Grace Oswald, Helen Wessner. Fifth Row: Marion Lohrman, Gloria Roth,
Charlotte Miller, Ethel Winzer, Velda Mae Haas, Lois Wieder, Verna Schantzenbach, Roberta
Johnson, Violet DeLong, Joyce Kulp, Frances Ann Krimmel. Sixth Row: Mary Jane Walters,
Margaret Miklencic, Joyce Haines, Leola Feather, Marie Brown, Althea Schive, Joyce Knauss,
Evelyn Miller. Seventh Row: Betty Bloch, Lois Carl, Priscilla Brahler, Lois Hamscher, Doris
Heimbach, Dolores Gerhartlt, Velma Gould, Mary Jane Olson, Mary Miller, Joyce Newhard,
Althea Snyder, Shelia McKeever. Not Pictured: Shirley Barto, Cora Geist, Althea Schmick,
Betty Snyder, Fay Sowers, Jean Barrett, Barbara Kelly, Elverna Kline, Betty Mae Reinert,
Barbara Schreiber, Nancy Shoemaker, Eunice Mohr. ,
F orty-fo ur
RICHARD WIEAND ..,..... ....... ,..... ,......,........ ..,,....,,..,. P r e s ident
BRUCE KNAUSS ..,. .......,. ...,..,, V i ce President
BARBARA SCHREIBER ........ ...,,,,..,. S ecretary
MRS. BENFIELD .,,..,.., .,.,., T reasurer
First Row-Left to Right: Donald Geisinger, Robert Gery, Harold Baus, Ernest King, LeRoy
Kneller, Kenneth Long, Kermit Bieber, John Furhosel, William Madtes. Second Row: Lester
Gilbert, Kermit Shoch, George Yanochko, Vernon Nester, George Kern, Bruce Knauss, Rich-
ard Schantz, Carrol Marsteller, Donald Lichtenwalner, Lewis Hosfeld. Third Row: Robert
Mattern, Walter Weselsky, Lester Harwick, Francis Stratz, Charles Keller, Robert Strouse,
Gerald Radeline, Kermit Ritter, John Goduscik. Fourth Row: Richard Gilbert, Donald Warm-
kessel, Marvin Behm, Richard Laudenslager, Robert Kahle, Richard Williams, George Carl,
Richard Wieand. Fifth Row: LeRoy Hinkel, Robert Ramer, Edgar Dennis, Stanley Kline,
Richard Yeakel, Elmer Schuster, Ray Roeder, Charles Hersh. Sixth Row: Dorn Romig, Bright
Heist, Russel Ganey, Herman Hoffman, Willard Kehs, Roy Woodring, Donald Fegley, Kent
Druckenmiller. Seventh Row: Whitford Dickinson, Adam Hendritz, Harry Hauser, Edwin
Fogel, Carl' Wanamaker, Gerald Schlonecker, LeRoy Eck, Gene Kline, Charles Olson. Not Pic-
tured: Gerald Romich, Roland Druckenmiller, Robert Wiesner.
First Row-Left to Right: Carla Reinert, Betty Godusky, Carol Yerby, Helen Engleman, Dorothy
Brohst, Ellen McNabb, Susan Brown, Helen Sikorski, Dolores Miller. Second Row: Naomi Geh-
man, Stella Romanchuk, Doreen Wenner, Buraldine Stephen, Macy Snyder, Dorothy Wenner,
June Houser, Norma Mackes, Gloria Fasching, Ruth Stahl, Marion Yeakel, Betty Schmoyer.
Third Row: Joanne Bolich, Ruth Rhode, Marjorie Fehnel, Nancy Lou Weidner, Joanne
Reinhart, Margaret Bear, Mary Jane Lippowitch, Marilyn Krauss, Catherine Brauchle, Doro-
thy Howerter. Fourth Row: Mary Jane Muth, Margaret Mailin, Reba Seem, Janet Wetherhold,
Jane Walbert, Betty Bairer, Ethel Gorr, Althea Lorish, Betty Gehman, Marion Lichtenwalner,
Blanche Miller. Fifth Row: Evelyn Gangewere, Arlene Shell, Mary Jane Fisher, Barbara Weth-
erhold, Josephine Readinger, Maydalene Kuzma, Betty Gilbert, May Lichtenwalner. Sixth Row:
Nancy Christman, Phyllis Boger, Janice Kleppinger, Evelyn Wentz, June Dries, Betty W'itman,
Anna Mae Wieder, Wanda Engleman, Martha Chwastiak, Betty Wetzel. Seventh Row: Betty
Krasnansky, Alice Heist, Kathleen Hoffman, Esther Dries, Christine Litzenberger, Anna Mae
Fenstermaker, Mabel Essig, Betty Kelly, Joyce Keller, Theresa Kocis, Ruth Christ, Ethel Kehs.
Eighth Row: Lucille Oswald, Doreen Miller, Bertha Helt, Shirley Dankel, Georgianna Hubbard,
Mildred Hinkel, Mae Long, Mary Jane Gulla, Marie Miller, Gloria Reese, Jean Schellenherger,
Rose Buhn. Not Pictured: Jacqueline Berry, Harriet Zepp, Agnes Labanz, Dorothy Moyer,
Dorothy Iobst, Vivian Moyer, Jacqueline Smith, Esther Schantzenbach.
GERALD KELLER ...,..., .,.....,...,.........,.,...... ......,..,..,.. P r estdent
DONALD FOLK ....,.. .,...... V ice President
CARLA REINERT . ,... ............... Secretary
DOUGLAS MARTZ ....... ....... T reasurer
First Row-Left to Right: Jack Hamsher, Robert Reinhard, Richard Knauss, Frank Koneski,
Joseph Chwastiak, Donald Folk, Richard Conrad, Eugene Findlay, Anthony Timar. Second
Row: Rodney Gerhart, Alfred Kern, Emory Long, Gerald Druckenmiller, Richard B. Snyder,
Earl Houseknecht, Douglas Martz, Jackie Queen, Carl George, Robert Sandel. Third Row:
Frank Estoch, Albert Rizzetto, James Rohrbach, John Brey, Donald Cole, Linwood Arndt,
Charles Miller, Robert Schoch, Isaiah Nuss, Robert Wieand. Fourth Row: Wilmer Schmoyer,
Harold Rauch, Ralph Frankenfield, Donald Markley, Nick Pickel, John Wetzel, Lloyd Stephen.
Fifth Row: Michael Toth, Carson Schuler, Joseph Ralascak, Thomas Kern, George Sebring,
Raymond Snyder, Vernet Schwartz. Sixth Row: Roy Hertzog, Lamont Mohr, Mark Ruth,
Raymond Nester, Nick Micklos, Richard Keim, Richard Yeahl, Albert Krasley. Seventh Row:
Elmer Dries, Jack Felegy., Richard C. Snyder, Donald Hersh, Gerald Brey, Martin Reinhard,
Stanley Degler, Harlon Fenstermaker, Herbert Stoudt. Eighth Row: Frederick Treby, James
Mclnnes, Edwin Bauder, Richard Mabus, Leslie Seaman, Robert Howerter., Richard Leh,
George Scholl. Not Pictured: Roy Engler, Marvin Diehl, Gerald Keller, Edwin Kline, Earl
First Row-Left to Right: Joyce Stoudt, Evelyn Hoffman, Lorraine Henry, Sylvia Ortt, Jean
Fatula, Mary Ann Evert, Sara Deibert, Annabelle Henritzy, Vivian Miller. Second Row:
Rosemary Schmaldinst, Reda Moll, Christine Iobst, Virginia Latsch, Barbara Fisher, Roselyn
Nichols, Claire Garman, Ethel Stoudt, Patsy Stauffer, Helen Witman, Catherine Stump, Loretta
Rodenbush. Third Row: Dolores Brown, Helen Gerhard, Jeanette Dries, Mildred Arndt, Doro-
thy Stichter, Marilyn DeEsch, Jeanette Eltz, Dolores Neimeyer, Mary Kline, LaRue Reinhardt,
Charlotte Knerr. Fourth Row: Marteene Stickler, Marlene Diefenderfer, Florence Kauffman,
Lucille Thomas, Carolyn Stephen, LaRue Kulp, Anna Danner, Annabelle Nester, Lillian
Reichard, Nancy Beitler. Fifth Row: Frances Bauder, Joyce Hallman, Lahoma Gardner, Sophia
Shesslak, Nancy Bieber, Elaine Elkins, Bibianna Yanochko, Nancy Moyer, Halerine Hersh,
Jean Hosfeld, Betty Kauffman, Dorothy Werst, Heraldine Wetzel. Sixth Row: Dolores Schaef-
fer, Jean Iobst, Agnes Tichy, Irene Carl, Doreen Reese, Kathryn Stortz, Avonne Knauss,
Edna Measler, Olga Kalibishko. Seventh Row: Arlene Moyer, Lucille Knaus, Dolores Madtes,
Pearl Rohrbach, Gloria Richards, Uldine Nuss, Dorothy Newhard, Elizabeth Urder, Jean
Degler, Arlene Yeakel, Fern Hepler. Eighth Row: Doris Jane DeLong, Charlotte Fisher, Doris
Kehr, Eleanor Koze, Pauline Hubbard, Geraldine Miller, Myrtle Eck, Patricia Lynch. Not
Pictured: Lillian Richard, Sally Andrews, Marilyn Diefenderfer, Marianna Egner.
STANLEY HINES ....., ..,....................,..,.. ............. P r estdent
NEIL KLINE .....,... .....,. V ice President
NANCY WEIDA ........... ...,,.,... S ecretary
RICHARD READINGER ........ .,... T reasurer
MISS VAN BUSKIRK
First Row-Left to Right: George Morris, Edwin Marsteller, George Spieker, Howard Yenser,
Raymond Rothenherger, Earl Kechline, Walter Kirschman, Lowell Druckenmiller, Wayne
Weider, Stanley Hines. Second Row: Henry Klingaman, Charles Shankweiler, Claude Reichel-
derfer, Dale Deihl, John Faust, John Laudenslager, Richard Amey, Luther Hallman, George
Kozak, LaMar Schuler, Ralph Kulp. Third Row: Norman Miller, Philip Gessinger, Robert
George, Howard Bortz, Peter Milinichik, Robert Kunkel, Emmond Kline, Theodore Latsch,
Floyd Dries, Kenneth Reed, Allen McNabb. Fourth Row: Glenn Kuder, Charles Winzer,
Albert Plarr, Lynn Moyer, Neil Kline, Richard Biehn, Richard Reifinger, George Schmetzle,
Robert Bieber, Charles Hinkle. Fifth Row: Robert Yerby, Oscar Crossley, Melvern Bitting,
Herbert Schmoyer, John Tomanio, Raymond Adams, James Herbein, Earl Brensinger, Marlin
Gehman, James Roth. Sibcth Row: LeRoy Snyder, Ray Liebensberger, Richard Dorney, LaVerne
Stahl, Richard Fenstermaker, Robert Weaver, Gerald Kemmerer, Harry Long, Kenneth Wieder.
Seventh Row: Floyd Keim, John Meckes, Stanley Meierhoff, Werly Bast, William Gehman,
Melvin Heck, Carl Blank, Gerald Schaeffer, Wallace Fritz, Donald Hohe. Eighth Row: Charles
Oleska, Burrell Brown, Richard Hatfield, Richard Miller, Laird Stortz, Stephen Kocis, Charles
Urland, Charles Kleppinger, Emerson Musser, Donald Schaeffer, Neil Bartholomew, Stanley
Miller, Donald Eberwein. Not Pictured: John SchaeHer, William Laub, Harold Gower, Rich-
ard Lehman, Richard Stahl, Charles Berger, Robert Hepler, Charles Lenner, Harold Boyer,
William Charlesworth, Ronald Deaz, Harvey Dimmig, Ronald Geist, Robert Gerlach, George
Haines, Edmund Herman, Richard Kruse, Karl Lessel, Edwin Miller, Richard Readinger,
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We Pnint Ilur Nusa fur News
Freedom of speech, one of the principles for which the Allied Nations are
striving, is being practiced by the ubudding journalists" of our school.
4'The Tattlerw, our four-page paper, is published eight times a year by a staff
of thirteen seniors and thirteen juniors. These unews-hounds", bent on bringing
out an interesting paper, gather news of sports, school life, gossip, and edu-
Receiving no credits, these people devote their club periods on Wednesday
and after school time to learning the ABC's of journalism and the actual pub-
lishing of uThe Tattlerfi The business end is handled by a capable staff of two
seniors and two juniors. They distribute the paper and solicit the ads, which
aid in paying for the paper. During the illness of the regular editor-in-chief,
Ruth DeLong, the December and January issues were taken over efficiently by
Barbara Pennebacker. This year for the iirst time a cartoonist, Edgar Dennis,
was added to the staH. He alone did all the cartoons found in NThe Tattlerfi
Mr. Albert Benfield supervises the editors and the reporters, while Mr. Elwood
Ortt manages the financial department.
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Lorraine Moyer, Barbara Pennebacker, Louise Cornfeld, Theodore Iobst,
Roberta Marsteller, Co-editor.
Lorraine Mohr, Robert Solt, Ardella Bieber, Esther DeLong, Viola Stephens,
Carlton Wetherhold, Norman Nester.
Velda Mae Haas, Richard Schantz, Lois Carl, Gloria Roth, Barbara Schreiber,
Mary Miller, Betty Jean Bloch, Joyce Haines, Frances Ann Krimmel, Joyce
Knauss, Velma Gould, Saraellen Wetherhold, Gene Kline.
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Left to Right: Betty Sell, Kath-
leen Palencar, Wilbur Singley,
Henry Iobst, Carlton Wetherhold
Betty Jane Kelly, Gawain Koch
Betty Jane Peters, Harold Shelly
Joy Wambold, Louise Cornfeld
Virginia Lorah, Joseph Rubenak,
Mary Jane Lutsey.
SE IUH5 ST EE
During the trying days of War last autumn, the senior class decided that what
would be most appropriate would be a play without the slightest mention or
hint of War. So the class chose the hilarious escapist drama just off Broadway,
'GThe Man Who Came To Dinnerfi Lacking in dramatic emotional impact and
hidden moral, but packed with comedy, this play has excelled by far all other
The central theme of the play revolves around the antics of Sheridan White-
side, who had gone to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley in the small town of
Mesalia, Ohio, for a dinner guest, but who fell on the ice on the steps and injured
his hip. As the play begins, Mr. Whiteside is getting out of bed, from here on
begins an endless parade of personalities constantly wondering in and out in
the most bizarre fashion. The net result of it all is that Mr. Stanley, angered
by Mr. Whiteside's constant annoyance and infuriated, when he receives the
telephone bill for Mr. Wfhitesideis telephone calls to all corners of the earth,
orders him from the house. Whiteside graciously leaves and injures the other
hip on the Way out.
The play established a record run of three nights' continuous performance.
The technical side of the play was handled by David Alloway who had absolute
charge of all advertising, programs, tickets, finance, and business mattersg
ON THE AIR
Left to Right: Betty Kelly Wil
bur Singley, Choir Boys Robert
Left to Right: Charles Schantz-
enbach, Theodore lobst, Betty
Kelly, Robert Solt, Walter Moyer,
Norman Nester, Mrs. Zimmer-
man, Kathleen Palencar, Henry
Iobst, Wilbur Singley, Harold
Shelly, Betty Mae Sell, Winfield
Adams, Franklin Reimert, Don-
ald Heiter, Joseph Rubenak, Rob-
ert Fritch, Carlton Wetherhold,
Fred Schuler, Louise Cornfeld,
Stanley Schantzenbach, Virginia
Lorah, Joseph Brosky, Mary Jane
Lutsey, David Alloway. Rear-
Left to Right: Glenn Zepp, Betty
J. Peters, Albert Koze, Lorraine
Moyer, Joy Wamhold, Gawain
Bllll HW!-lY HIT
Charles Markley, who handled lightingg 'Winfield Adams at propertiesg Eugene
Walters, who was in command of science constructiong Miss Charlotte Treichler,
who designed the sceneryg and Mrs. J. Harold Zimmerman, who directed
Mrs. Ernest W. Stanley ,...,..... Joy Wambold Luncheon Guests ...,......,.,,.... Freddie Schuler
Miss Preen .,............,....,.... Kathleen Palencar Stanley SCh3Y1iZ0Hb.3Ch
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Lejt to Right: Wilbur Singley,
Theodore lobst, Mary Jan-e Lut-
Betty Mae Sell
Lorraine Sheldon .
Beverly Carlton .....,..
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Plainclothes Man ,
Mary ,lane Lutsey
David Nelson Alloway
First Raw-Left to Right: Mr. Weil,
Lowell Druckenmiller, Oletha Rinker,
Betty Mae Sell, Donald Muth, Robert
Gerlach, Ray Wetherhold, Carl Kulp,
Bruce Reinhard, Uldine Nuss. Second
Row: Richard Conrad, Louis Hosleld,
George Spieker, Winfield Adams, Don-
ald Markley, Malvin Bitting, Robert
Kahle, Stanley Kline. Third Row: How-
ard Hoffman, Gerald Schlenecker, Charles
Hinkel, Donald Folk, Mary Jane Lutsey,
Glenn Hertzog, Robert Wieand, Douglas
Martz. Fourth Row: Donald Warmkessel,
Donald Lichtenwalner, Anthony Timar,
Gerald Druckenmiller, Phyllis Miller,
Isaiah Nuss, Edwin Miller, Dale Diehl.
Fifth Row: Charles .Markley, Betty Geh-
man, Albert Plarr, Gerald Kemmerer,
Roy Hertzog, Richard Laudenslager,
Walter Wesielsky, Harry Fenstermaker.
Sixth Row: Walter Kirshman, Donald
Wagner, Edwin Fogel, Marvin Diehl,
Martin Reinhard, Rosemary Schmaldinst,
John Kirshman. Nat Pictured: Phillip
Nuss, Richard Wieder, Geraldine Flexer,
Lorraine Mohr, Richard Hatfield, Floyd
Keim, Geraldine Miller.
usil: Frnshnns the Spirit
Our band makes a spectacular appearance wherever it goes. Ever-present at
athletic events, the band has never ceased to amaze us with its Well-executed
drills at football games. Every spring these accomplished musicians present a
concert that well attests their skill. The director, Mr. Paul Weil, is not only an
excellent musician himself, but is able to influence the band both morally
Enlur and Posture Fill the Eye
Several stunning young ladies in natty uniform prance before our band, wher-
ever it paradesg they strut with martial air and snappy step as they twirl their
batons before them. These fine young ladies have spent many long and tiresome
hours perfecting their steps and baton twirling. We salute them for a job well
Left to Right: Elizabeth DeLong, Roberta
Marsteller, Fay Sowers, Patricia Lester,
Esther Shimer, Dolores Gerhardt, Betty
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First Row-Left to Right: Lucille Knauss,
Helen Buchen fSecretaryJ: Earl Walbert,
Sterling Schreiber, Gawain Koch, Lewis
Hosfeld, John Kirshman, Richard Lau-
denslager, Charles Markley Donald F lk.
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Second Raw: Richard Schantz, Stanley
Kline, Richard Conrad, Isaiah Nuss Rob-
ert Kahle, Donald Warmkessel, Albert
l Plarr, Phillip Nuss, Phyllis Miller. Third
Row: Mr. Peters, Edwin Fogel fVice
Presidentlg Gerald Romich, Uildine Nuss,
Melvin Bitting, Winfield Adams CPresi-
dentj. Not Pictured: Richard Hatfield,
Robert Wieand, Mary Jane Lutsey.
Great Masters Are Nut Neglected
For nearly an hour every Friday afternoon, We can well remember hearing
melodic strains of music wafting through the still air of our school as the con-
cert orchestra Was holding its Weekly rehearsals. The orchestra, under the direc-
tion of Mr. Peters, plays exclusively the finer Works of the great and near great
as Well as delightful operatic excerpts, fantasies, and scherzoes.
Fresh mees ust Please
The Chorus strives to achieve harmonic tonal blending, dramatic musical ff Q
poise, and excellence of vocal timbre. These fine qualities were well exemplified
when they gave their comic opera, H.lVI.S. Pinafore, last March. Every year they ,
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give a concert 1n Spring, this year s being called Music ln Spring.
OPERETTA H. M. S. PINAFORE
Left to Right: StagehandsgGerald Ro-
mich, Albert Plarr, Joh-n Kirschman,
Donald Markley, John Wetzel, Elmer
Dries, George Morris, Gerald Brey. First
Row: Edwin Fogel, Louis Hosfeld, Rob-
ert Solit, Richard Lauclenslager, Donald
Warmkessel, Stanley Kline, Walter
Wieselisky, Richard Bodnar Winfield
Adams, Franklin Reimtertz Richard
Shantz, Herman Hoifman, Fern Wend-
ling Oletha R' k
, i in er, Helen Bauman,
Robert Kahle, Isaiah Nuss, Eleanor
Marks, Blanche Miller, Robert Strouse.
Second Row: Ruth Stosh, Ardella. Bieber,
Evelyn Wentz, Mary Snyder, Betty Cope,
Elverna Kline, Joseph Rubenak, Mary
Jane Lutsey, Charles' Markley, Betty
Mae Sell, Phillip Nuss, Anna Louise
Hunsicker, David Alloway, Gawain Koch,
Christine Litzenberger, Josephine Read-
inger, Lois Meyers, Gloria Reese, Helen
Sikorski, Nancy Christman. Third Row:
Joan Reinhard Nancy Lo W'd
, u ei ner,
Reba Seem, Vivian Moyer, Frances Ann
Krimmel M 'l
, an yn Krause, Verna Shantz-
enbach, Esther DeLong, Ruth DeLong,
Vivian Stoudt, Althea Snyder, Alice
Schmoyer, Sara Ellen Wetherhold, Mar-
garet Bear, Merial Amtey, Shirley Barto,
Ethel Winzer, Phyllis Bogert, Evelyn
Gangewere, Jacquelyn Berry, Joanne Bo-
lich, Margaret Miller, Vio-la Stephens,
June Houser, Dorothy Wrenner, Carla
Rein-ert, Eloise Kline, Mr. Peters. Fourth
Row: Doris Schmoyer, Arlene Koch,
Susan Brown, Joy Wambold L '
t , orralne
Mohr, Leanna Burian, Marietta Schuyler,
t e 1 t, E v e ly n Engleman,
Blanche Arndt, Miriam Long, Lois Carl,
Betty Jean Bloch, Naomi Gehman, Mary
Jane Muth, Gloria Roth, Betty Sichmoyer,
Arlene Schell, Betty Laudenslager, Vir-
ginia Lorah, Russel Ganey.
I , Left to Right: Eloise Kline, Mr Peters
i ft Kahle Albert Plan Wm
s, Richard Laudenslager,
Donald Markley, Phillip NuAss,. Stanley
Kline, Robe, i , , ' -
2 field Adam '
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Yllunq People Like in Dance
school, especially during Minstrel rehearsals, our dance orchestra
played solidly eight to the bar, and in accordance with popular trend our dance
orchestra, l1ke others of its kind, has caught on and seems to tickle the fancy
of our swingsters who are legion.
llur Name Spells Vietnry
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These piquant misses blend their voices in golden harmony to the accompani-
ment of Miss Eloise Kline in a manner that ingratiates them with all. Their
large repertoire embraces almost all forms of music from Boggie Woogie to
Grand Opera and Church Musicg and many are the people Whom they have
THREE DOTS AND DASH
Left to Right: Mr. Peters, Eloise Kline,
Mary Jane Luitsey, Betty Mae Sell, Anna
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Left lo Right: Robert Kahle, Stanley
Kline, Walter Moyer, Walter Weselsky,
Robert Strouse, Richard Schantz, Eloise
Kline, Donald Warmkessel, Russel Ganey,
Mr. Peters. Phillip Nuss, Edwin Fogel,
Robert Solt, Richard Bodnar, Franklin
Reimert, Gawain Koch, Lewis Hosfeld,
Joseph Rubenak, Winfield Adams. Not
Pictured: Clarence Winzer, Richard Lau-
Seventeen gentlemen of harmony unite thelr voices every Monday afternoon
to sing classical and semi-classical works and operatic excerpts Under the direc
tion of Mr Peters, the Boys Glee Club has attained a marked degree of musical
counter point and have steadily been perfectlne their vocal tlmbre
Snnqsters Prnvllle Muslcal Intnrludes
The Girls' Glee Club 1S composed of sophomore, Junior and senior sonffsters,
who meet weekly under the direction of Mr Peters to unite their volces 1n
harmonizing difficult compositions No special talent 1S needed, for the purpose
of the club is to develop the frlrls voices Activity credit points are given for
participation and membership
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
First Row-Left In Right: Joanne Rein-
hart, Merial Amiey, Esther DeLong, June
Hauser, Dorothy Werner, Jacquelyn
Berry, Evelyn Gangawere, Betty Mae
Sell, Fern Faust, Mary Snyder, Betty
Schmoyer, Arlene Koch, Nancy Christ-
man, Mr. Peters, Susan Brown, Mary
Jane Muth, Naomi Gehman, Lorraine
Mohr, Helen Bauman, Joanne Bolich,
Blanche Arndt, Mary Jane Lutsey, Evelyn
Wentz, Ardella Bieber, Fern Wendling,
Virginia Lorah. Second Row: Reba Seem,
Blanche Miller, Anna Louise Hunsicker,
Vivian Stoudt, Joy Wambold, Doris
Schmoyer, Kathleen Palencar, Bertha
Helt, Miriam Long, Margaret Bear,
Sheila McKeever, Nancy Weidner, Mari-
etta Schuler, Evelyn Engleman, Vivian
Moyer, Marilyn Krauss, Phyllis Boger,
Helen Sikorski, Arlene Schell, Marguerite
Hilt, Ruth DeLong, Christine Litzen-
berger, Gloria Reese, Oletha Rinker,
Shirley Dankel, Josephine Readinger.
Not Pictured: Betty Cope.
First Row-Left to Right: Edwin Mar-
steller, Betty Mae Sell fsecretaryjg
Velma Gould fVice Presidentlg Mr.
Peters, Mae Stephen QTreasurerJ: Jo-
seph Rubnak fllresidentj: Gerald Brey.
Second Row: Betty Godusky, Lorraine
Henry, Janice Kleppinger, Viol-et De-
Long, Elizabeth Uffer, Marlene Diefen-
derfer, Althea Lorish. Third Row: Ralph
Kulp, Charles Kleppinger, Shelia Mc-
Keever fAssistant Treasurerj: June
Houser, Richard Keim, Lester Harwick.
Fourth Row: Jack Felegy, Earl Walbert,
James Mclnnes, Russel Ganey, James
Roth. Not Pictured: Helen Godusky,
Fern Faust, Eunice Mohr, Lorraine Mohr,
Free Men llhey Law
The Student Council, our student governing body, is a select group of pupils,
partly elected by the general body and partly appointed by the faculty. Its
duties are first of all to make and enforce rules touching the behavior and
activity of the school community. It also shares power with the Monitor Club
in judicial matters.
Buys and Girls Dig Deep
To this group of hard workers, we tip our hats. Through their leadership,
our school achieved the goal of 330,000 to purchase war material. Appointees
of the Student Council, they were chosen for ability and resourcefulness in
9 . -aa-.1esz
BOND DRIVE COMMITTEE
Left to Right: Betty Mae Sell, Shelia
McKeever QAssistant Treasurerj 5 Mae
Stephens QTreasurerJg Velma Gould
fchairman, Puhlicityjg Mr. Peters, Jo-
seph Rubenak. Not Pictured: Janice
Kileppinger fAssistant Treasurerlg June
Houser QAssistant Treasurerj.
First Row f Left to Right: Lorraine
Moyer, Secretary: Sarah Fisher, Joy
Wambold, Margaret Miklencic, Frances
Ann Krimmel, Charlotte Miller, Eloise
Kline, Betty Laudenslager, Mr. Deischer.
Second Row: Mary Jane Lutsey, Leola
Fe-ather, Patricia Lester, Ardella Bieber,
Faye Hallman, Marie Brown, Barbara
Pennebacker, Margaret Hilt. Third Row:
Lester Harwick, Richard Schantz, Dorine
Hoffman, Mary Jane Olson, Barbara
Schreiber, Robert Strouse, Edwin Fogel,
Fourth Row: Robert Kahle, Theodore
lobst, Donald Warmkessel, Phillip Nuss,
Henry Gerhart, Joseph Rubenak. Not
Pictured: Virginia Queen, Marietta
Schuler, Viola Steph-ens, Allen Funk,
Lieut., Robert Solt, Carlton Wetherhold,
Capt., Leanna Burian, Barbara Kelly,
Marvin Boehm, Leroy Eck, Virginia
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Enforcement Is llur im
The Monitor Club is the enforcement arm of the student council, in that its
members comprise a police force. Club members direct student traflic in the
halls during class changes and in front of the building at noon. This club also
has legislative power in that it may lay down rules governing conditions which
lilrls Unite In Ilhrlstlan Fellowship
This club has for its purpose the up-building of fine Christian character in
young women and is affiliated with the Y. W. C. A. It meets every Wednesday I,
to enjoy a recreational period, to discuss or continue some project begun by i
the group. The object of the Club is to stimulate its members to do their best,
to honor God, their community and country.
9 GIRL RESERVES
First Row-Left to Right: Reba Seem,
Mary Snyder, Nancy Weider, Joan Rein-
hard, Mrs. Moyer, Gloria Reese, Blanche
Miller, Dolores Madtes, Marlene Dieien-
derfer. Second Row: Florence Kauffman,
Helen Gerhart, Nancy Bitebe-r, Sophie
Shisslack, Edna Measler, Rita Moll,
Jeanette Eltz, Carolyn Stephens, Rose-
mary Schmaldinst. Third Row: Mildred
Arndt, Lahoma Gardner, Agnes Tichy,
Jean Iobst, Irene Carl, Elsie Miller,
Georgiana Hubbard, Marion Desch.
Fourth Row: Althea Shive, Ellen Mc-
Nabb, Mae Schelly, Violet DeLong, Pau-
line Wetzel, Frances' Bauder, Viola
Ruth, Orpha Stortz. Fifth Row: Loretta
Rendenbush, Janice Kleppinger, Magda-
lene Kuzma, Betty Godusky, Alice Heist
fSecretarylg Kathleen Hoffman, Christine
Litzwenberger fVice Presidentj. Sixth
Row: Mildred Hinkle, Dolores Schaeffer,
Arlene Shell, Larue Reinhard, Dorothy
Howerter, Catherine Brauchle, Ethel
Kehs. Seventh Row: Betty Schmuyer,
Nancy Christmian, Jean Shellenberger,
Esther Dries, Doro-thy Brobs-t, Rose
Buhn, Mary Jane Gulla. Not Pictured:
Nancy Beitler, Martha Engleman, Lois
Gehman fTreasurerJ: Barbara Gower,
Doris Heimbach, Edna Measler, Althea
Schmick, Harriet Zepp, Elizabeth Ro-
Willing Hands Wnrli fur icinry
RED CROSS CLUB
First Row-Left to Right: Miss Wether-
hold lTreasurerJg Joyce Keller, Lor-
raine Henry, Lucille Knauss, Gloria
Fasching, Betty Kelly, Lillian Reichard,
Olga Kalabislco, Dolores Neimeyer. Sec-
ond Row: Dolores Brown, Annabelle
Hendritz, Sara Deibert, Mary Ann Everet
1PresidenrtJg Sylvia Orht, Evelyn Holi-
man, Betty Gehman, Helen Witman.
Third Row: Sarah Smith, Nancy Wieida,
Mae Long, Anna ,Mae Fenstermaker,
Betty Wetzel QSecretaryJ: Helen Buchen,
Betty Gilbert, Martha Chwastiak. Fourth
Row: Ernest Schoch, Glenn Kuder, Lois
Weid-er, Mary Jane Olson fVice Presi-
den.tJ: John Ferhosel, Osbon Arndt,
Richard Bodnar. Fifth Row: Norman
Dieter, Stanley Mierhoff, James McIn-
ness, Phillip Nuss, James Rohrbtach,
The Red Cross has often been compared to an angel of mercyg here in school
can be found an organized subsidiary of it. The Red Cross Club, under Miss
Wetherhold, was in charge of all school Red Cross activities and projects. We
are proud of its achievements.
We I-lid the Greatest nther
The War and our boys and girls in the service gave this club impetus and
unusual interest. Three boys joined about forty girls to work for the Red
Cross. Experienced knitters made sweaters for recuperating soldiers and begin-
ners learned to make Afghan squares for the military hospital at Valley Forge.
-' The girls also knitted some personal articles.
First Row-Left to Right: Jane Walbert,
Eleanor Svtratz, Evelyn Beitler, Jack
Fvelegy, Miss Hauser, Jackie Queen, Har-
len Fenstermaker, Geraldine Kulp, Kath-
leen Palencar, Magdalene Kuzma. Second
Row: Margaret Martin, Doreen Miller,
Mae Shelly, Mae Stephens, Martha Moon,
Marie Danner, Sarah Smith. Third Row:
Miriam Long, Patsy Stauiier, Mary Ann
Eck, Anna Danner, Marion Desch, Ethel
Gorr, Phyllis Weaver, Joyce Kulp.
Fourth Row: Helen Wessner, Phyllis
Efb, Marianna George, Mary Jane Gulla,
Rose Buh-n, Marion Wetzel, Verna
Schantzenbach. Not Pictured: Bet-ty Sny-
der, Joyce Newhard, Gladys Warmkessel,
Grace Hartman, Alberta Fenstermacher,
Helen Bauman, Jeannette Andrews, Ar-
della Bieber, Orph-a Stortz, Lois Geh-
man, Marie Brown, Cora Geist, Althea
Schmick, Barbara Gower, Edna Measler,
Joyce Eastman, Eunice Mohr, Betty
Wil-t, Elinor Hess, Helen Koneski, Lu-
cille Wertman, Betty Hillegass, Lorraine
First Row-Left to Right: Elmer Dries
LTreasurerJg Joanne Bolich ifSecretaryJ:
Earl Walbert CPresidentJg Mr. Stone.
Second Row: Ernest Kistler, Jean Fatula,
Barbara Wetherhold, Luther Hallman,
Richard Amey, Donald Hohe, Vernon
Nestor fVice Presidentj. Third Row:
Donald Hersh, Mary Jane Fisher, Norma
Mackes, Douglas Martz, LeRoy Kneller,
Ronald Geist. Fourth Row: Ralph Noll,
Josephine Rveadinger, Raymond Nester,
Donald Markly, Edwin Miller, Albert
Krasley, Charles Kleppinger. Fifth Row:
Walter Jarret, Charles Winzer, Martin
Reinhart, Richard Yeahl, Gerald Brey,
Michael Toth, John Faust. Not Pictured:
John Brey, Frank Estiock.
I-ln I-lneient Game Is Iiept live
The chess club keeps alive a medieval pastime constituting a tournament of
wit and skill. This club is a new comer among the others but has been none the
less activeg two tournaments were held this year and three chess meets with
the Lincoln School chess club were held. Under the prudent guidance of Mr.
Winheld Stone, the club has revived interest in a game that was sinking into
oblivion in this area.
Character Must Be Cultivated
The purpose of these boys is to improve their character using Christian ideals
as the standard. The Hi-Y Club, a branch of the Y.lVI.C.A., is one of the oldest
clubs of our school. The club, under the capable sponsorship of Mr. Becker,
met every first and third Friday of the month, and various subjects of world-
wide importance were discussed by the members.
First Row-Left to Right: Robert Solt,
LeRoy Hinkel, Treasurer: Lester Har-
wick, Robert Strouse, Richard Schantz,
Bruce Knauss, Joseph Rubenak, Chap-
laing Ralph Noll. Second Row: Glenn
Zepp, Harold Shelly, Vice President,
Richard Wieand, Stanley Degler, Gerald
Brey, Donald Hersch, Albert Koze. Third
Row: Warren Yeakel, Bright Heist, David
Alloway, Elmer Schuster, Wilbur Sing-
ley, President: Earnest Kistler, Secre-
tary, Mr. Becker, Advisor. Fourth Row:
Harry Houser, Burrell Brown, Roy
Wfoodring, Marvin Boehm, Henry Iobst.
They Counsel Enml Heading
Twenty girls assist the librarian b sh l ' b k
First RowfLeft to Right: Miss Moyer,
Nancy Shoemaker fVice Presidentjg
Marion Lohrman Vfreasurerjq Eleanor
Koze, Shelia Mclieever, Frances Ann
Krimmel, Jeanette Eltz, Helen Witman,
Charles Olson. Second Row: Betty Hille-
gass, Isabel Clauser, Evelyn Wentz,
Jeannette Dries, Annabelle Hendritz,
Doris Kehs. Third Row: Betty Reinert,
Barbara Kelly fPresidentJq June Dries,
Naomi Gehman. Not Pictured: Georgiana
y e vlng oo s, preparing books for the
shelves, stamping books, and carrying out slips for a period of three years.
They begin as freshmen and after h d
, , one un red hours, they have accumulated
one thousand points, which entitles
Ease In Pulllil: Is llur Him
them to a school letter, the uLibrar E."
More than thirt ounff eo le banded together to learn about drama, the
Y Y rv P P c,
movie industry, and the stage generally. They faithfully labored to develop
poise, a stage presence, and the speaking voice. Three one-act plays were enacted
for their ersonal en'o ment. Es ecial attention was Given to costumin and
P J Y P e g
make-up. Mrs. Harold Zimmerman, an accomplished public speaker, directed
the activities of this group.
First Row-Left to Right: Ethel Winzer,
Vivian Stoudt, Barbara Wetherho-ld,
Nancy Weidner, Joan Reinhart, Dorothy
Brobst, Blanche Miller, Mrs. Zimmer-
man. Second Raw: Ardella Beiber, Lois
Weider, Velda Mae Haas Cath '
. , 1 erme
Dimmig, Joy Wambold fstecretaryjq Al-
thea. Sn d '
y er, Joanne Bolich, Josephine
Readinger, Charlotte Miller, Saraellen
Wetherhold. Third Row: Dorine Hoff-
man, Miriam Long, Helen Buchen, Eve-
lyn Wentz, Mary Jane Muth, Gloria
Fasching, Betty Bloch, Lois Carl, Joyce
Knauss, Louise Cornfeld fPresidentJ2
Mary Miller, Esther DeLong, Fourth
Row: Betty Laudenslager, Mary Jane
Olson, Walter Weselsky, Robert Strouse,
Richard Schantz, Robert Solt, Frances
Ann Krimmel, Orpha Stortz. Not Pi-
lured: Gloria Roth, Betty Kelly, Ruth
itosh, Ruth Lichtenwalner, Ruth De-
ong fTreasurerJ, Carlton Wetherhnld,
First Row-Left to Right: Miss Wether-
hold, Helen Sikorski, Gloria Fasching,
Betty Peters, Charlotte Miller, Geraldine
Fritz, Carol Yerby, Elizabeth DeLong,
Roberta Marsteller, Esther DeLong,
Gloria Reese. Second Row: Susan Brown,
Sarah Fisher, Betty Bauer, Anna Louise
Hunsicker, Jean Barrett, Nancy Wieda,
Sophie Shisslak, Joyce Keller, Althea
Lorish, Josephine Readinger. Third Row:
Joyce Kulp, Geraldine Kulp, Ferne Hep-
iler, Patricia Lynch, Janet Wethierhold,
Verna Schantzenbach, Esther Schantzen-
bach, Althea Snyder, Dolores Madtes.
Fourth Row: Dorothy W'erst, Faye Hall-
man, Marie Brown, Lois Hamsher, Doris
Heimhach QVice Presidentjg Althea
Smick, Virginia Brahm, Magdalene Tir-
pak. Fifth Row: Celia Benedick, Cath-
erine Dimmig lTreasurerJ: Patricia Les-
ter, Margaret Miklencic lSecretaryJg
Barbara Schreiber, QPresidentJg Lucille
Kocis, Leola Feather, Mary Jane Muth.
Not Pictured: Merial Amey, Irene Carl,
Marilyn Diefenderfer, June Dries, La-
homa Gardner, Jean lobs-t, Joyce Knauss,
Vilma Kneller, Charlotte Knerr, Eleanor
Koze, Virginia Lorah, Dolores Miller,
Evelyn Miller, Roselyn Nichols, Jeanette
Schaup, Sarah Smi-th, Mary Jane Lutsey, "W 111351
Dorothy Wenner, Geraldine Wetzel,
Helen Whitman, Sarah Deibert.
Litho Girls re Pretty
,l Miss Wetherhold attempts to develop poise and coordination in the members
of this popular club. At the annual Gym Exhibition the girls show what they
have learned. After three years of active membership, a senior is rewarded with
a school letter for faithful participation.
They Find the Way tn His Heart
Here we Hnd the girls who believe in that old adage, Wfhe way to a man's
heart is through his stomach." They receive Valuable experience in both cooking
and serving delicious meals under the capable direction of Mrs. Martha Greaser.
With the assistance of Mrs. Mabel Schantz and Mrs. Belle Hensinger, the girls
prepare daily lunches for one-third of the student body every day.
Sitting-Left to Right: Roberta Mar-
steller, Gloria Reese, Ethel Winzer,
Evelyn Miller, Joyce Knauss, Margaret
Bear, Mary Jane Lippowitch, Vivian
Moyer, Marian Wetzel, Martha Moon,
Mae Stephens. Standing: Jeannine Ham-
scher, Jean Seip, Naomi Gehman, Violet
DeLong, Fay Hallman, Marie Brown,
Eleanor Marks, Doris Heimbach, Isabel
Clauser, Althiea Schmick, Oletha Rinker,
Jean Bieber, Mrs. Greaser, Marilyn
Krause, Dorothy lohst, Phyllis Miller,
Helen Wessner, Bertha Helt, Cora Geist,
Marianna George, Charlotte Miller. Not
Pictured: Betty Cope, Grace Hartman,
Gladys Warmkessel, Velda Mae Haas,
Elizabeth DeLong, Eunice Mohr.
SCIENCE AND MATH CLUB
First Row4Lejl to Right: Ralph Noll,
Harold Shelly, Mr. Stone. John Kirsh-
man, Sterling Schreiber. Second Row:
Gawain Koch, Glenn Zapp CVice Presi-
dentjg Earl Walbert 1SecretaryJ: Henry
Gerhart, Wilbur Singley QPresidentJg
Gene Landis. Third Raw: Freddie
Sehuler, Donald Heiter, Henry Iobst,
Walter Jarrett. No! Pictured: Allen
Funk, Albert Koze.
Ynunq Men nf Science
The Science and Mathematics Club, a new club at our school, is designed to
afford students ample opportunity to develop natural skills, talents, and apti-
tudes. This club is a member of the Science Clubs of America. Under the tute-
lage of Mr. Stone, the boys learned to use the slide-rule.
Research in astronomy and attempts to trisect an angle busied several members.
DElllEtEl',S Suns Build fur Tnmnrruw
The former has long been considered the foundation of the American eco-
nomic structure. For some years the State and Federal governments have been
granting funds toward a more utilitarian approach to agricultural education
in schools. The F. F. A. is the result. Our F. F. A. Chapter has been, for four
years, practicing practical farming education, and its many trophies and prizes
attest to the skills of its members.
Left to Right: Elwin Kline fsecretaryjg
Robert Hepler, Herbert Schmoyer, Don-
ald Lichtenwalner fTreasurerjg Claude
Riehelderfer, Carrol Marsteller, Earl
Miller CRep0rterJ: Mr. Bible fAdvisorj:
John Tomanio, Forrie Glass, Gerald
Keller CVice Presidentjq Adam Henritzy
4Pres1dentJq Charles Winzer, Marvin
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Chiefly through its athletic program, the
United States has succeeded in building up
the most powerful Army and Navy in the
world. From this rigid training have come
men physically lit and willing to take on
the Msupremew anywhere and any time.
Through the competitive sports program of
the school, we have developed athletes, keen
of mind and strong of body. It is training
such as this, which develops leaders in
school and in the service.
Hnnnr Is Dunn
The Annual Testimonial Banquet
was held at the Owls' Home on
November 29. Former State Senator
Henry L. Snyder was guest speaker of
the evening. In closing his speech,
Mr. Snyder set up this challenge:
HUnless you beat the Catasauqua
team in 194-5, I'm going to be very
much disappointedg so beat Catasau-
qua!" Coach Leon Tuttle presented
Captain Stanley Schantzenbach with
the Mary Deischer trophy for being
the outstanding player of the seasong
to Joseph Wiesner, Went the Doctor
Lichtenwalner cup for being the most
improved playerg and Harold Shelly
received the football used in the
Booster Game for his outstanding
GREEN HIIHNETS FINISH
,-1: Coach Leon Tuttle started the 1944 football season with
4 only siX lettermen returning from last season's squad. The
T", boys started practise on August 27, and after vigorous drills
' ld in the hot sun, began rounding out the team and getting them
f accustomed to the T-formation.
'fa The Moravian boys opened their football season on Septem-
" ber 16, with a 19-14 triumph over the Allentown J. V. The
locals substituted freely after a 19-0 lead at the close of the third quarter
and in return the Canaries pushed across two touchdowns. The following
week the Green Hornets met a strong Stroudsburg squad, at home, and
defeated them to the tune of 13-2. The Poconos scored only after recover-
ing an Emmaus fumble behind their own goal line. With two victories
tucked under their belts, Coach Tuttle's boys traveled to Northampton
only to come home with a 6-6 tie after a hard fought game. Although the
locals scored first, the Konkrete Kids came back in the closing minutes of
play to score upon us. On October 7, the Hornets again stepped on the
winning side by defeating an aggressive Slatington High combination 13-0.
The fifth game of the season proved to be fatal for the Moravians as Cata-
sauqua ran wild with a 31-0 victory. Now, having the feeling of defeat,
the Green and Gold men traveled up to Lehighton and on a mud-soaked
field, scored a touchdown in the fourth period to hand them a 7-0 setback.
October 28 found the locals on the short end of a surprise 13-6 score handed
them by the Blue Bombers of Palmerton. To prove that their sting was
First Row-Left to Right:
Theodore Iobst, Robert
Fritch, Abraham Pennebacker,
William Dimmig, LeRoy
Hinkle, Donald Fegley, Jo-
seph Wiesner. Second Raw:
Lloyd Englemen, John Godu-
sick, Stanley Schantzenbach,
Captain: Richard Wieand,
Harold Shelly, Nicholas
Micklos, Coach Tuttle. Third
Row: Richard Mabus, Clar-
ence Winzer, Franklin Rei-
mert, Dorn Romig, Carl Wan-
namaker, Gene Kline, Bur-
rell Brown, Donald Heiter,
Fred Schuler, Donald Kern.
THIHI1 HESPITE I-ll1VEH5ITY
fatal, the Hornets trampled a strong Nazareth High squad in Shelly
its 'GBooster Day" game by a well earned 19-0 score. The fol-
lowing weeks the Moravians traveled to East Greenville and came home
with a 7-6 victory. With fight in their veins and blood in their eyes, the
squad was sent to play Whitehall on Thanksgiving Day only to be defeated
after a heart breaking game 18-12 to end the season in fourth place.
There are 13 lettermen graduating from the 1944 football squad. They
are: Capt. Stanley Sehantzenbach, William Dimmig, Abraham Penne-
backer, Robert Fritch, Theodore lobst, Franklin Reimert, Joseph Wiesner,
Harold Shelly, Donald Hieter, Freddie Schuler, Albert Koze, Clarence
Winzer, and Gene Landis.
Sept. 16-Allentown High Jr. V.-Home ,................,....,....,,. ..., 1 9 14
Sept 23-i:Stroudshurg-Home ......,............ ...,. 1 3 2
Sept. 30-P'fNorthampton-Away ..,,..,... .... 6 6
Oct. 7-:':Slatington-Home ......,., ..,. 1 3 0
Oct. 14-fCatasauqua-Away ,....,.,. .,.., 0 31
Oct. 21-'kLehighton-Away ..,,,,. , 7 0
Oct. 28-4'Palmerton-Away ......, ,,,, 6 13
Nov. 4-Nazareth-Home ......,..,..... ..... 1 9 0
Nov. 11-East Greenville-Away ....,.....,.,.......,... ,.,,......,,.... . . .... 7 6
Nov. 23-'kWhitehall-Away .....,,...........,......,..........,,...,..,............. 12 18
i'Lehigh Valley League Games
Fourth Row: Robert Ramer,
Richard Keim, Edgar Den-nis,
Stanley Degler, Rodney Ger-
hart, George Scholl, Louis
Rizzetto, Gene Landis, Earl
Houseknecht. F i I t 11 Row:
D-onald Eberwein, Charles
Lenner, Stanley Hines, Rob-
ert Bieber, Edmond Herman,
Ronald Geist, Richard Miller,
Lamar Mohr, Harvey Dim-
mig, Arnold Mill-er. Sixth
Row: Bruce Knauss, Stephen
Kocis, Richard Gilbert, Roh-
ert Wieand, Marlin Gehman.
Left to Right: Richard Wieand, Stanley Schantzenbach, William Dimmig,
Captaing Coach Tuttle, Glenn Zepp, Edgar Dennis, Dorn Romig.
Coopersburg QAJ .
Allentown QAJ ...,.
Coopersburg KHP .
Hellertown IAQ .....
Nazareth QAJ ...,...
'Stroudsburg QAJ .
1'Catasauqua fAJ .
1Catasauqua QHJ .
1944-45 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
XLehigh Valley Inter-Scholastic Games
a- -- -V ----------,
BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM
First RowfLeft to Right: Abraham
Pennebacker, Richard Wieand, Edgar
Dennis, William Dimmig fCaptainJg Mr.
Tuttle, Stanley Schantzenbach, Glenn
Zepp, Dorn Romig, Ralph Noll. Second
Raw: Bright Heist, John Goduscik, Rich-
ard Keim, Nick Miklos, Stanley Hines,
Charles Schantzenbach, LeRoy Eck, Don-
ald Fegley, Henry Iobst. Third Row:
Donald Hersh, Donald Markley, Burrell
Brown, Richard Mabus, Roy Woodring,
Richard Gilbert, George Yanochko. Not
Pictured: Earl Houseknecht.
Team Beaches New Heights
The first year as head basketball coach proved to be a very successful one
for Leon Tuttle, since his Hornets made a fine showing with a completed record
of thirteen wins and five defeats, two of them being independent games.
They started the season by suffering two defeats, both in independent tilts.
The Hornets let loose an onslaught and won six consecutive games before being
turned back for their first league defeat. Again the Hornets came back for a
victory, which was followed by their second league defeat. The lads came
through with a victory and ended the first half with four victories and
The second half was even more successful than the first, for the lads took
the first four games before suffering a defeat. Again the defeat was followed
by a victory, which closed the second half with a record of five victories to
one defeat. This found Palmerton, Catasauqua, and Emmaus in a three way
tie for second half championship.
The Basketeers, entering the play-offs, played their nineteenth game against
the Catasauqua five and suffered their sixth defeat.
Although the Junior Varsity did not have such a successful season, they played
good ball and prospects for the varsity look fine.
First Row-Left to Right: Janet Wetherhold, Catherine Dimmig QCO-Captaini, Miss Wether.
hold, Barbara Schrieber fCo-Captainl, Teresa Kocis. Second Row: Gloria Reese, Blanche Det-
weiler, Marie Brown, Velma Gould, Lucille Kocis, Dolores Brown, Dolores Miller, Margaret
Miklencic, Virginia Queen, Betty Mae Sell. Third Row: Barbara Ann Wetherheld, Joyce Keller,
Mary Ann Evert, Mary Jane Lutsey, Dorothy Werst, Lorraine Mohr, Sheila McKeever. Fourth
Row: Kathryn Stortz, Velda Mae Haas, Josephine Readinger, Helen Engleman, Betty Godusky,
Joyce Kline, Carol Yerhy.
llur Girls Slrnve Valiantly
Our local girls' team ended a mediocre basketball season this spring with
three victories, nine defeats and three ties. It can be said for the girls that they
were up against much stronger teams and that they made a comparatively good
Several of their better players will be graduated this year, but our girls' team
promises to do much better next season.
Coopersburg ..,.. ..... 4 6 Bethlehem Business College
Coopersburg ..... .,.., 4 2 Fountain Hill .................,..,..,
Hellertown ...... ..,., 2 5 Bethlehem Catholic ,,.,.........
Hellertown ...,..... .,... 2 5 Bethlehem Catholic ,,,,..,,....,.
Fountain Hill ,...... .,,.. 3 5 Bethlehem Business College
Pennshurg ...... ..... 3 7
Pennshurg ,.,... ...,. 4 4
Moravian Prep. ....
I-l Sound Pnumlatinn Is Laid
The success of the Boys' Gym Team was decided upon after two nights of
successful performances. On April 5-6 the gymnasts displayed their ability.
They specialized in tumbling, diving, jumping, and gymnastics on the hori-
zontal and parallel bars.
There were fourteen boys out for the squad and only two of these were seniors.
This leaves a high percentage to carry on in future years.
Those graduating from this season's squad are: Capta-in, Walter Moyer and
First Row-Left to Right: Glenn Apgar, Claude Reichelderfer, Raymond Wetherhold, Byron
Apgar, Kenneth Wieder, Elmer Dries. Second Row: Richard Wagner, Joseph Rubenak, Walter
Moyer, Gerald Keller. Third Row: Clarence Winzer, Mr. Tuttle, Herman Hoffman. Not Pic-
tured: Dorn Romig, Richard Miller, Laird Stortz, Harold Boyer, Ralph Keiler, Nicholas
First Row-Left to Right: Donald Heiter, Earl Houseknecht, Dorn Romig, Richard Keim,
Richard Wieand, Charles Schantzenbach. Second Row: Robert Cery, Harold Bans, Allen
Funk, William Dimmig, Richard Gilbert. Third Row: Mr. Tuttle, Robert Wieand, Kenneth
Wieder, Elmer Dries, Clarence Winzer. Not Pictured: Ernest King, Ralph Noll, Carl Wana-
maker, Harold Rauch, Eugene Findlay, Stanley Hines, Osbon Arndt, Elmer Schuster, Carlton
Wetherhold, David Renninger, Robert Ramer, Wallace Fritz.
Enach Tuttle Hevives Baseball
V This year a much improved baseball team planned a heavy schedule of six
' J home games and live games away from home. This will be a revival of our na-
i""Q tional sport, which we dropped the year before. The team, this year, has the
benefit of much greater experience and ability, being blessed with four varsity
a .I letter winners of last year.
April 17 ,..,..,. ,...,, A llentown ,.,.. .,.,.... A
241 ....,,.. .,.,.. C oplay ..,.,..,.... .,....,. H
27 .....,.. ...... C oopersburg ..,.. ,...,.,. H
May 1 ....... ...... N orthampton ..... ....... H
4 ,....... ...... C oplay .....,........ ..,,.... A
8 ..,.,.,. ...... W hitehall ..,.. ,....... A
11 ..,..... ....,.. C oopersburg .,.. ........ A
15 ...,... ...... P erkiomen ...... r..,... H
18 ....... ,.,..,. N orthampton . ..,. ,..,.., . A
22 ,..... ,,..,.. W hitehall ,.... ....,... H
25 ........ 4.,... A llentown ..... ,....., H
They Hun fur filnry
Mr. Roeder, called all candidates for track to report on April 2. Ten members
of last year's squad reported for practice with a large group of freshmen, a
small but strenuous schedule was arranged for this year's trackmeng all the
meets were played on the opponents grounds and two of them with Class A
schools. The graduates of this year's squad are: Forrie Glass, Franklin Reimert,
May 4 ..,..,.. ....... Q uakertown May 15 ..,.., ...,. B ethlehem
May 9 ..,...,. ...... B oyertown May 23 ,,..,, ...,. P erkiomen
May 11 ....,.., ...... A llentown
First Rowe-Left to Right: Marlin Gehman, Werley Bast, Richard Hatfield, John Laudenslager,
Bruce Knauss, John Tomanio, Charles Kleppinger, Mr. Roeder. Second Row: Robert Kahle,
Gerald Radeline., Stanley Degler, George Carl, Leroy Hinkle, Elmer Dries, Floyd Dreas, Forrie
Glass, George Morris. Third Row: Joseph Ruben:-lk, Carl Wanamaker, Robert Wiesner, Albert
Rizzetto, John Goduscik, Franklin Reimert, Alfred Kern, Gerald Brey. Fourth Row: Roy
Woodring, Earl Walbert, Gene Kline, Burrell Brown, Donald Fegley, Richard Mabus. Not
Pictured: Edgar Dennis, Stanley Schantzenbach, Edwin Fogel, Harold Boyer., Floyd Keim,
Robert Bieber, Theodore Latch, Richard Miller, Laird Stortz, Donald Schaeffer.
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0 THE young high school boys and girls of 1945, we extend our
greetings and admonition:
Let us hope most of you may he spared any combat military service,
although we know you would be willing, yes, glad to offer your all
for your country and for the American way of life.
To you the world will look for leadership in the world of tomor-
row. Yours will he the responsibility to put into operation, perfect,
or change if necessary, the peace plans your fathers we hope will
wisely make for you in a few years ahead.
May you dedicate yourselves as you leave your high school to
do your part, your best, yes, your all, to make this whole world,
not only this country, a peaceful, God-fearing and brother-loving
place for all peoples.
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337 CHESTNUT STREET
WEST END SERVICE
C. H. BRENSINGER, Prop.
Motor and Radiator Repairing,
Motor Tune-Up, Carburetor,
Starter and Distributor
1003 Chestnut Street, Emmaus, Pa.
NIGHT AND DAY SERVICE
Laudenslager 8: Geist
OLD COMPANY'S LEHIGH COAL
FLOUR AND FEED
EMMAUS, PA. Phone 123
Dr. Charles F. Johnson
IRWIN J. KERCHNER
154 MAIN ST., MACUNGIE, PA.
The Butz Company
Real Estate, Insurance
FOURTH AND MAIN STREETS
PAUL S. C. RINKER
402 CHESTNUT STREET
It Costs Less At
615-617 ALLENTOWN, 631-633
Hamilton St. PA. Ridge Ave.
HENRY P. GRUBER
'CUT FIAJWERS, PCYTTFID PLANTS
AND FLORAL DESIGNS
544 North Street EMMAUS, PA.
We Gro O 0 Fl
F D l y
HORAC1-3 B. STROUSE
At the Triangle
Fritch's Emaus Ice Sc Storage
Fine Groceries CO" Inc'
6TH at CHESTNUT STS. PHONE 160
PHONE 420 FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS
WARREN S. BROBST
no order too large . . . no Order too small for us to handle
424 Elm Street Phone 38 Emmaus, Pa
Men and Boys
If it's anything to eat
313 MAIN ST. EMMAUS, PA
RUSSELL J. GEHMAN
Plumbing and Heating
726 E. MAIN ST., MACUNGIE, PA
ROCK WOOL INSULATION
Dr. Albert Kratzer
PA. FREEMAN INC.
American Gem Society
911 HAMILTON STREET
Peaches and Apples
Wholesale and Retail
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Between Zionsville and Hereford
FUNERAL SERVICE '
32 North Fourth St. EMMAUS, PA.
Emmaus Hardware Co.
Complete Line of
HARDWARE, PAINTS, ETC.
231 MAIN STREET
Phone 103 EMMAUS, PA
SPECIAL ORDER WORK
We specialize in the repairing and
modernizing of fine jewelry. We ex-
cel in Diamond Setting. All work
done in our own shop.
Faust 81 Landes A
J E w E L E R s
540 MINOR STREET
LEHIGH PHOTO SHOP
324 N. Seventh St.
Hillside Motor Co.
525 Chestnut Street
RAY F. KRAUSE
515 CHESTNUT STREET
Producers and Distributors of
RAW MILK, CREAM and
T.B. and Bang Tested Herd
BREEDERS OF PURE-BRED
Route No, 1
D. D. FRITCH MILLING Co.
XXXX QUALITY FLOUR AND FEEDS
Marcungie, East Greenville
ACKER'S GARAGE MINNICH'S
WM. J. ACKER, Prop. GIFT SHOP
GOODYEAR TIRES-BATTERIES Gifts for AH Occasions
MACUNGIEY PA. 562 Chestnut Street Emmaus, Pa
LEHIGH VALLEY'S LEADING
Equipment For All Sports
913 HAMILTON STREET
Allen M. Leibensperger
Roofing of All Kinds
Plumbing - Heating
PHONE 36634 EAST TEXAS, PA
Dairy 81 Bakery Products
Use Fegely's Milk All-Ways
437 S. 5TH ST. EMMAUS, PA
GEORGE T. WENTZ
BETTER PLUMBING AND HEATING
OIL BURNERS AND STOKERS
380 Broad Street EMMAUS, PA.
FOX TRO T-WALTZ-J ITTERB U G
U upuiuted Furniture
7500 to 9200
Only 75c Weekly 0 ' 0
GUDIE 512 CHESTNUT STREET
Phone 3-2852 EMMAUS, PA.
34 North 6th St. Allentown, Pa.
EXPERT PHOTO FINISHING SERVICE
Allentown Photo Shop
339 N. SEVENTH ST.
BLoCH's HOBBY SHoP
Specialists in all Hobbies
22 N. Eighth St. ALLENTOWN, PA.
355-357 Hamilton Street
ROBERT J. WIEDER
WORK DONE AT PRICES
YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY
PINE TREE PARK
TI-IoMAs M1KLENc1c, Prop.
CHARLES C. VOGT
In Allentown for
was a master because he tool: infinite
Pains. We are his earnest clisciplesf,
ROBERT A. MELCI-IIoR WALTER F. SCHNECK
c -4- A
MELCHIOR 81 SCHNECK
Diamonds and Diamond Mountings
Gifts : Costume Jewelry
822 HAMILTON STREET
A 31 Macungie Supply Co.
HABERDASHERY QUALITY FARM EQUIPMENT
Comfortably Air Conditioned MACUNGIE, PA.
COMPLIMENTS OF ALWAYS
ARTHUR P. HOUSER
REESE 81 SCHANTZ
FIFTH AND BROAD STREETS
One Hundred One
C 8: G MOTORS
Reconditioned Used Cars
Full Line of Accessories
Ready to Serve You
341 Chestnut St. R. D. No. 1
5TH 8a RAILROAD STS.
Working Clothes, Etc.
304 MAIN STREET
J. D. CARL
Clarence R. Ritter Tel. 342 Emmaus
MCNABB POULTRY FARM RITTER AND BUZBY
l'Chicks That Satisfy"
WM. H. MCNABB-WEscosv1LLE, P
Funeral Directors and Ernbalrners
Funeral Parlor for Convenience of
Hammond Organ Service
UWe cooperate with FFA Students" 36-38 S. Sth St. EMMAUS
One Hundred Two
KEYSTONE FURNITURE Co.
943-45 HAMILTON ST.
Next to Rialto Theatre
Norman C. Laudenslager
ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE
121 Macungie Ave. Emmaus, Pa.
Open 6 A. M. to 8 P. M.
SEVENTH and WALNUT STREETS
"No One Man Can Think
HOWARD A. SMITH
Phone 173-B EMMAUS, PA.
73 EAST BROAD STREET
DR. CHESTER E. KIRK
One Hundred Three
An approved business school.
Complete Secretarial, Stenographic,
Accounting, Business Administration
Business Machines, and Civil Serv-
Free Employment Service.
Ask for Annual Bulletin.
W. F. MAGEE, President
Buy Your Clothes
At the Factory
At Factory Prices
521.75 to 338.75
930 Hamilton Street
L. E. EROH, Mgr.
Allentown Dairy Company Milk
A SAFE DRINK
VETERINARIAN AND LABORATORY CONTROL
One Hundred Four
ELECTRICAL DEVICES AND SPECIALTIES
Students: earn extra money by Working
here after school hours and during
the summer months
YOUR TARGET FOR TOMORROW ....
ALLENTOWN BUSINESS COLLEGE
where you can prepare for a business career in a short time at little cost
Fall Term begins Tuesday, September 4
Call, write, or telephone 4790 for complete information
ALLENTOWN BUSINESS COLLEGE
fAn Approved Business School,
920 HAMILTON STREET
ALLEN TOWN, PENNA
JOHN W. OBERLY, President
CLARENCE M. FREY
Roofing 81 Spouting
408 CHESTNUT ST. EMMAUS, PA.
WIEAND Sc CO.
JEDDO -and LEHIGH COAL
CONCRETE BRICK and BLOCK
25 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET
Stortz Sc Eisenhard
Kozy's haircuts do the trick
Kozy's Barber Shop
JOHN KOZY, Prop.
4th Sc Main Sts. Emmaus, Pa. 340 MAIN ST. EMMAUS, PA
"Say It With Flowers" . Why Not With Ours?
NEW YORK FLORAL CO.
Phone 9685 or 9686
906 to 912 Hamilton Street
One Hundred Six
MACHINE COMPANY, Inc.
Emmaus Hosiery Mill
541-549 NORTH ST.
RAUCHYS GROCERY STORE
Cold Meats Sodas
516 North Street
DR. E. A. WILSON
Wm. A. Gehman Sons
"Your Car Will Give You Service
If Serviced by us"
EMMAUS, PA. Phone 124
Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Barbecues,
Short Orders, Soft Drinks,
A Ice Cream
251 MAIN ST. EMMAUS, PA.
We Invite Your Patronage
Up to 555000.00
Insured Under Federal Deposit
Buy U. S. Wfar Bonds and Stamp:
One Hundred Eight
' by RITTER
Due to their location and low overhead, Ritter's enable you to ex-
press your individual and personality at prices no higher than or
dinarily charged for commercial quality,
They pay no high city rents, taxes, etc.
ROBERT E. RITTER 8: SONS
187-191 MAIN STREET EMMAUS, PENNA.
Open Daily from 9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.
One Hundred Nine
Printed and Serviced by
Kutztown Publishing Co.
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