Emmaus High School - Tattler Yearbook (Emmaus, PA)

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III IIIIIIII HIQLI6 PUBLISHED BY THE... SENIOI2 CLASS OE THE ENIVIAUS HIGH SCHOOL ENMAUS, PENNSYLVANIA VoIume XXIV Decfiwzfion To the betterment of universal understanding, now that we have peace, We dedicate "The Tattler, 1946" Bmw' of Ecizzmfion ALBERT B. WIEAND, Presz'dent, 18 North Eighth Street ROBERT STAUFFER, Vice-Prc.vident, 179 Main Street ARTHUR IoBsT, Secretary, 213 Macungie Avenue SETH ALBRIGHT, Treasurer, 138 North Fourth Street RAYMOND MILLER, 42 North Third Street RALPH WEIDNER, 521 Ridge Street CLAUDE KELLER, I24 North Second Street A Metszzge ik T0 The Swim ln these days We hear a great deal about friendship and cooperation. If the nations of the world wish to prevent future wars they must cooperate and work in harmony for the welfare of everybody. This cooperation must begin with the individuals at home, in school, and at work. You, the graduates of the class of 1946, must learn to keep in step and must be able to get along with people. You must be able to work with others without offending or irritating them. Marching along mentally as well as phys- ically. Cooperation is not only a symbol of friendship, but a very practical means of promoting it. Everybody must practice the Golden Rule. One who constantly takes and never gives, one who asks, begs, or demands instead of offers, can hardly hope to have real friends. Friendship cannot endure if one party to it is Wholly self-centered. Please accept my best Wishes and may your hopes and dreams be realized to the fullest degree. HOWARD I. YEAGER Superintendent Commencement time has come, ties are to be broken, fare- wells to be said, yet, after four years of close association, one Hnds it difficult to express what is in one's heart. During these years some have labored faithfully to prepare for the future while others have thought of school as a con- centration camp. Whether you have considered school a laboratory in which lives are molded or merely a place in which to spend time, your principal still wishes for you all the success it is possible for one to achieve. Atomic energy is a great achievement but the World is in greater need of brotherhood, tolerance, unselfishness, and men of personal integrity. This energy, controlled by the head only, may destroy usg controlled by head and heart it may become our servant, lift us to a higher plane of life, and become a great benefit to mankind. Now, may each one of you find happiness and peace in life as you do your daily tasks. ALLEN F. HELLER Principal Faculty HARVEY H. BECKER, B.S.-Kutztown State Teachers Collegeg Muhlenberg College-Biologyg Chemistryg Physics MRs. HARRISON A. BEERS, B.S.-Cedar Crest Collegeg Muhlen- berg College-Dietitiang Biologyg Foodsg Cafeteria BEVERLY I. BEMM, B.S.-Milwaukee Downer Collegeg Muhlen- berg College-Clothingg General Scienceg Adviser of Iunior Red Cross ALBERT S. BENFIELD, A.B., A.M.-Kutztown State Teachers Collegeg Muhlenberg Collegeg University of Zurichg New York University--Englishg Adviser of the Tattler BOND L. BIBLE, B.S., M.S.-Pennsylvania State College-Voca- tional Agricultureg Adviser and Teacher of F.F.A. HOWARD K. DEISCHER, Ph.B., M.A.-Muhlenberg Collegeg Uni- versity of Pennsylvania-Problems of Democracyg Historyg Algebrag Adviser of Monitor Clubg Faculty Manager of Ath- letics ' PAUL I. FRANTZ, B.S.-Indiana State Teachers Collegeg Pennsyl- vania State College-Vocational Counselling FAITH GENSLER, B.A.-Cedar Crest College-Senior Scienceg General Scienceg Biology GLADYS B. HAUSER, B.S., A.M.-Kutztown State Teachers Col- legeg Temple Universityg New York University-Shorthandg Bookkeeping ALLEN F. HELLER, B.S.-Kutztown State Teachers Collegeg Muhlenberg College-Algebrag Plane Geometryg Trigono- metry TRENE HOLSTEIN, R.N.-Allentown Hospital School of Nursingg Muhlenberg College-School Nurse PAUL F. KISTLER, B.S.-Kutztown State Teachers Collegeg Muhlenberg College-Historyg Civicsg Guidance MRs. CHARLES I. KLINE, IR., B.S.-East Stroudsburg State Teachers Collegeg Pennsylvania State College-Healthg Phys- ical Educationg Adviser of Yearbook Faculty IEAN A. LONG, B.S.-Cedar Crest Collegeg Lehigh University- Commercial Lawg Oflice Prcticeg Iunior Business Trainingg Salesmanshipg Commercial Arithmetic MARY E. MILLER, B.S.-Kutztown State Teachers College--Artg Supervisor of Art in the Grades MARY E. MOYER, B.S.-Kutztown State Teachers College- Librariang Adviser of Library Club MRs. STANLEY T. MOYER, B.A.-Cedar Crest Collegeg Muhlen- berg College--Frenchg English ELWOOD L. ORTT, B.A., M.A.-Kutztown State Teachers Col- legeg Muhlenberg Collegeg Lehigh University-Lating Civics' Business Adviser of Tattler and Yearbook 9 ERROL K. PETERS-WCSI Chester State Teachers Collegeg Muh- lenberg Collegeg New York University-Musicg Civicsg Iun- ior Business Trainingg Orchestrag Chorusg Girls Glee Clubg Adviser of Student Council WOODROW K. SCHAADT, B.A.--Muhlenberg College-Englishg Coach of Dramatics and Declamation Contests. MILDRED K. STRAUSS, A.B.-Cedar Crest Collegeg Muhlenberg Collegeg Lehigh University-Shorthandg Typing LEON L. TUTTLE, B.S.-East Stroudsburg State Teachers Col- legeg Pennsylvania State Collegeg Pitt College-Gymg I-Iealthg Coach of Football, Basketball, Baseball FLORA VAN BUSKIRK, B.A.-Pennsylvania State Collegeg Muh- lenberg College-Spanishg History MELVIN R. WARDEN, B.S.-Shippensburg State Teachers Col- legeg Pennsylvania State College-General Mathematics PAUL WEIL, B.S., M.S.-West Chester State Teachers Collegeg University of Pennsylvania-Director of High School Band CONSTANCE H. 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Mr. Becker Miss Strouse Mr. Warden Clam History The fall of 1942 was a lucky season for Emmaus High School because it was then that the Class of '46 began its high school career. We were a bit green as freshmen but now as seniors, we are ready to go out into the World with confidence. Being an intelligent group, it didn,t take us very long to get into the stride of work and play in high school. In our freshman year, We chose Robert Kahle as our President, Marie Brown, Vice-President, and Charles Hersh as our Secretary. They were very competent and the term Went smoothly. Our only activity for the year was the 'AVictory Minstrel", which was a success both in entertainment and Financially. Providing the comedy were Velda Mae Haas, Priscilla Brahler, Lois Hamscher, Bruce Knauss, Russell Ganey, and Robert Kahle. As sophomores, We were less self-conscious and secretly laughed at the poor misguided freshmen. Richard Wieand was our President for the term, with Velma Gould as Vice-President, and Barbara Schreiber as Secretary. Our activity for this year was the "Sophomore Cottilionu--dance to most of us-which did considerable good for our treasury. We had several boys in our class who played varsity football and basketball, making us proud of our class. The term as a Whole, however, passed without very much excitement. Second only to the seniors! Finally our junior year had arrived. How superior we felt to the mere freshmen! Richard Wieand and Barbara Schreiber held the same offices as in the previous year, with Bruce Knauss moving up to the rank of Vice-President. Our first activity for the year was the 'ATurkey Hopi, which was Page Ten CLASS ADVISERS CLASS OFFICERS Barbara Schreiber, Sec., Miss Strouse Treas.: Bruce Knauss, V. Pres Richard Wieand, Pres. held in the high school gymnasium. The main event, and one we had all been anxiously awaiting, was the Iunior Prom. At the first signs of spring plans were begun for this exciting affair. The special feature of the Prom was the crowning of Barbara Schreiber as Queen. She was crowned with a laurel of flowers and sat on a beautiful throne prepared by the artistic members of our class. It was the first formal for many and oh! what a thrill. Monday after the prom, the school was buzzing with an account of where everyone had gone and how late they had stayed out. The last function of the year was the "Senior Farewellu at which we bid the graduating class a very sad adieu. Finally we became seniors and were second to none. What a year! We had the same executive group as in the junior year. The last year was the hardest, with bills to pay and a yearbook to prepare. Everyone had plenty of work to do. But there wasn't enough work to do to keep everyone out of mischief. We kept Mr. Heller busy from 8 in the morning till 4 in the afternoon. Seven senior girls started the year by being suspended the second week of school. The senior class play, "Mr. and Mrs. Northw, was one of the big jobs of the year, which proved to be an enormous success. Right on the heels of the play, we sponsored the Thanksgiving dance, "The Turkey Hopn. "The Snowball Frolicn started the Christmas vacation with a bang. In honor of George Washington's birthday we gave "Ye Old Hatchet Swing". The Senior Ball was the biggest event of our entire high school career. You heard plans being made from the beginning of the term. The ball was the last senior affair with everyone having a wonderful time. The year ended with Baccalaureate services and Commencement, which were the most serious of our high school activities. And thus passed our four years of high school. Page E I even IEAN M. BARRETT 178 NORTH ST., EMMAUS Uleanien . . . very pretty . . . big brown eyes . . . cute laugh . . . where thereis trouble, there's leanie . . . smooth dancer . . . second home is Bussyis . . . full of vitality . . . navy blue, cake, the song 'Tll Walk Alonei' all make her drool . . . nice all-around kid. General Courseg Tattler Staff 2,3 CBusiness Managerbg Yearbook Stal? 35 Operetta 23 Dancing Club lg Athletic Club 1, 2. SHIRLEY L. BARTO 1 S. HAAS ST., TOPTON L'Barto', . . . a joyful and pleasant person . . . always helping someone . . . enjoys ice skating and bicycle riding . . . has high hope of going into nurses training . . . came to E.H.S. in her Iunior year . . . Top- tonis loss-our gain. Academic Courseg Operetta 2: Chorus 2g Class Play Committee 3. HAROLD I. BAUS ALBURTIS Bang! biffl . . . no, not Mr. Heller . . . just "Bausy" . . . coming in on the Alburtis train . . . plays baseball-E.H.S. and Alburtis A. C. . . . enjoys company of girls Qbut donlt all the boyslj . . . hopes to be U. S. Marine . . . neat dresser . . . practical joker. General Courseg Football lg Baseball l, 2, 3. EVELYN MAE BEITLER 530 CHESTNUT ST., EMMAUs Tall, attractive, and neat . . . is an accomplished accordion player . . . enjoys dancing and does it very well . . . prefers "hot,, jazz music to classic music . . . is always rooting for our team at games . . . spends her free time hiking and driving her bicycle. Commercial Courseg Band lg Dancing Club lg Knitting Club 2. CELIA ANN BENEDICK 663 FURNACE ST., EMMAUS Charming "Celie' . . . blonde, blue-eyed . . . sincere and friendly . . . can be found at all E.H.S. games . . . good student . . . entertains us all by relating funny incidents and telling "corny', jokes . . . depend- able and punctual . . . often found with good friend, Cathy. Commercial Course, Dancing Club lg Athletic Club 2. Page Twelve KERMIT HENRY BIEBER ALLENTOWN ROUTE 2 Tall . . . curly black hair . . . reserved . . . faithful football fan . . . likes roller skating and swimming . . . occasionally attends dances . . . easy going . . . ambitious and industrious . . . Worked during the summer months . . . prefers musical comedies and mystery movies. Commercial Courseg Dancing Club 1. BETTY IEAN BLOCH I23 N. FIFTH ST., EMMAUS Laughter, laughter, and more laughter . . . quite fond of chocolate ice cream . . . slight trouble in driving a car . . . forever writing letters . . . only one outstanding attribute-can't she ever stop talking? . . . are we speaking of the impossible, 'LBetts,'P Academic Courseg Tattler Staff 2, 3 fllage Editorjg Yearbook Staif 3g Operetta 2, Dramatics Club Zg Chorus 1, 2g Senior Class Play Committee 3. MARVIN H. BOEHM EMMAUS ROUTE I "Miken . . . ardent sports fan . . . to the extent that he hitchhikes to games . . . quiet character . . . usually found with "Harry', . . . anti- cipates having some of his future in the Merchant Marine. Academic Course, Baseball 3, Monitor Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 1, 2, Red Cross 1. GLORIA BOYER 222 S. FIFTH ST., EMMAUS Here it is . . . personality, laughs, jokes, cute little songs . . . orange juice fan . . . Bussy's sailors and dangling jewelry are her favorites . . . studious or stupid as her mood desires . . . forever wearing overalls and writing letters . . . that's "Boyer',! Academic Courseg Tattler Staff 3g Yearbook Staff 33 Operetta 23 Library Club lj Dramatics Club 25 Chorus 1, 2. PRISCILLA ELIZABETH BRAHLER 209 S. FOURTH ST., EMMAUS Tall, slender . . . "SillyU enjoys going to the movies on Saturday nights . . . contagious giggle . . . possesses an odd color of hair . . . loves perfume . . . inquisitive . . . fond of bright colors and all things edible. General Courseg Operetta 2, 35 Glee Club lg Dancing Club 1, 2. Page Thirleevz VIRGINIA A. BRAHM 222 MAIN ST., EMMAUS Cute dark hair . . . winning smile . . . crazy about dancing, swimming, food, painting, and drawing . . . loads of personality . . . not too ser- ious . . . dependable . . . willing to help . . . can be found at Bussyis eating ice cream. Commercial Courseg Class Play Committee 3g Basketball 35 Chorus 2g Arts and Crafts Club 2. MARIE DOROTHY BROWN 614 BROAD ST., EMMAUS 'KBrownie", one of the best typists in entire senior class . . . enjoys working at Dorney Park . . . good basketball player . . . would love to travel by boat . . . very amiable . . . willing worker on class com- mittees . . . cooperative. Commercial Courseg Tattler Staff 3 fTypistQg Yearbook Staff 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3: Monitor Club 2, 3g Cafeteria 23 Athletic Club 1, 23 Knitting Club 2g Student Leader 3 QCaptainJg Class Play Committee 3. LEANNA MAE BURIAN 43 S. THIRD ST., EMMAUs Likable "Lee" . . . enjoys reading and jitterbugging . . . high in scholastic ability . . . seeking a position in retail selling . . . main thought is traveling westward-California . . . attends all E.H.S. games . . . often seen with Patte . . . favorite sports hiking and biking. Commercial Courseg Tattler Stalrf 3 ffypistjg Yearbook Staff 33 Operetta 23 Student Council lg Monitor Club 2, 33 Dancing Club lg Chorus 23 Class Play Committee 3. GEORGE WILLIAM CARL OLD ZIONSVILLE Football guard . . . with football shoulders . . . loves eating-cake and ice cream best . . . dances . . . dependable . . . not too studious . . . dark hair . . . mischievous smile . . . always in trouble . . . Bussy's or Pool Room . . . doesn't enjoy Working at his father's store. General Course, Football I, 2, 33 Track l, 2g Dancing Club 1. LOIS LORRAINE CARL 424 NORTH ST., EMMAUs "Yois" . . . a lover of modern and classical music . . . an energetic and enthusiastic journalist . . . fond of driving a car-especially when itis packed with girls . . . likes swimming and ice skating . . . chief aim is to be a good nurse. Academic Courscg Tattlcr Staff 2, 3 fPage Iiditorjg Yearbook Staff 33 Operetta 23 Glee Club lg Dramatics Club 23 Chorus I, 2. I Page Fourteen ISABEL MAE CLAUSER ROUTE 2, ALLENTOWN "IzzyH . . . blonde and blueeyed . . . studious and ambitious . . . yet quiet . . . duets with Althea . . . likes all outdoor activities . . . busics herself by fishing, singing, and hiking . . . always willing to help. Academic Courseg Operetta 25 Glee Club 35 Dancing Club lg Cafeteria 25 Library Club l, 23 Chorus l, 2, 3, MARIE EMMA DANNER ROUTE 1, MAOUNOIE Marie . . . easy going . . . always ready to help . . . can quite fre- quently be seen with Cora . . . raw carrot addict . . . for a hobby she tints photographs . . . would like a job along the same line. Commercial Courscg Dancing Club lg Cafeteria 35 Knitting Club l, 2. ELIZABETH M. DELONG 203 S. FOURTH ST., EMMAUs "Lizzie', . . . small and vivacious . . . fun to be with . . . likes dancing, especially jitterbugging . . . sporty dresser . . . has been a majorette in the band for past two years . . . intends to serve humanity in the Navy Nurse Corps. Academic Courseg Gym Team 2, 3g Athletic Manager Z Cliaskctballlg Majorette 2, 35 Glee Club lg Dancing Club Ig Cafeteria 25 Athletic Club 1, 2g Student Leader 3g Chorus l, 33 Class Play Committee 3. VIOLET DELONG 123 N. FOURTH ST., EMMAUS Appears quiet . . . ardent lover of football and basketball games . . likes to read . . . came from Slatington during her freshman year . . . dimples . . . dotes on bike riding . . . fun-loving . . . the business world holds her future. Commercial Courseg Student Council 25 Cafeteria I, 2g Girl Reserves I, 2g Knitting Club l. EDGAR R. DENNIS II N. FOURTH ST., EMMAUs "Iuny" . . . flashy clothes . . . class cartoonist . . . varsity football . . popular with both boys and girls . . . super swimmer and diver . . likes to hang around Bussy's . . . sometimes almost bashful. General Courseg Tattler Staff 1, 2, 3g Football 2, 3g Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track 2, 3. Page Fiflcelz BLANCHE DETWILER ZIONSVILLE Box 7 Conscientious . . . capable . . . charming . . . able guard on basketball team . . . came from Dover, New Iersey, late in her sophomore year . . . enjoys all sports . . . a ready friend to all she meets. Commercial Courseg Yearbook Staff 3g Basketball 2, 3. WI-IITFORD R. DICKINSON MACUNGIE 'fDick" . . . hep to all popular tunes . . . patronizes all top dance orchestras whenever possible . . . whistles in his own peculiar way . . . striving to be a golf pro . . . came to us from Allentown in i43. Commercial Courseg Dancing Club 1. CATHERINE EDNA DIMMIG 531 ELM ST., Eivnvmus nCathy,' . . . an ardent sports lover . . . tall, athletic, attractive . . . basketball forward . . . wants to enter secretarial Held . . . hates to be kept waiting reliable, dependable attends all dances... mysteries thrill her . . . likes chocolate milkshakes with ice cream. Commercial Courseg Basketball I, 2 fCaptainj 3: Dancing Club lg Athletic Club I, 2 fTreasurerJ. ROLAND O. DRUCKENMILLER 560 RIDGE ST., EMMAUs "Duce" . . . good at woodworking . . . does a neat job of painting, too . . . works at Clauser's Market . . . stage hand . . . likes hunting and building model airplanes . . . plays the clarinet . . . likes to play with electric trains. Industrial Arts Coursey Band l, Zg Stage Hand I, 2, 3. LEROY ECK 133 MAIN ST., EMMAUS All-around nice guy . . . tall and slim . . . works down at Bussyls . . . prefers Chesterfields and "cokes" . . . likes bowling and golf . . . work- ed hard on many class committees . . . slow to anger . . . plays a good game of pool . . . uncertain about future plans. Industrial Arts Course, Monitor Club 2, 35 Red Cross 1, 2, 35 Class Play Committee 3. Page SfA'Ifc'71 MARY ANN ECK VERA CRUZ Very quiet and shy . . . willing to be friends . . . enjoys knitting, read- ing, and hiking . . . small and studious . . . often walks into town from her home . . . plans to be a stenographer. Commercial Courseg Knitting Club 1. ALTHEA MAE EISENHARD ALBURTIS Known to most of us as Althea . . . called "Iuddie,' by close friends . . . peculiar laugh . . . likes sundaes and eats one every night . . . dotes on red . . . spends her leisure time listening to the radio . . . and bicycle riding. Commercial Courseg Glee Club 3. PHYLLIS MILDRED ERB 224 S. FIFTH ST., EMMAUS "Phil" . . . modest and shy . . . slim and pretty . . . likes to dance . . . often seen whizzing through town on her bike . . . reads mostly mys- teries . . . traveling appeals to her . . . no dehnite plans for the future. Commercial Courseg Dancing Club lg Knitting Club 2. LEOLA FEATHER 1444 PENNSYLVANIA Avia., EMMAUS "helen . . . short, dark . . . likable . . . swell cheerleader . . . excellent swimmer . . . always seen with Margy . . . giggles continually . . . usually late for classes . . . sports fan . . . tomboy . . . eats heartily . . . Van Iohnson fan . . . interesting to know. General Courseg Gym Team 2, 35 Cheerleader 2, 35 Monitor Club 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 25 Dancing Club lg Cafeteria 1, 35 Athletic Club l, 2. DONALD LEO FEGLEY 224 ADRAIN ST.. EMMAUS "Stitches" . . . big and handsome . . . musclebound . . . blonde lady killer . . . a mainstay for football, track teams . . . as tough as middle name implies-Leo the Lion . . . plans to get married and take it easy . . . teacher's headache . . . but so very nice. General Course 5 Football l, 2, 39 Basketball 2, 3g Track 1, 2. Page Seventeen SARAH MAE FISCHER 340 E. HARRISON ST., EMMAUS Always on hand when needed . . . athletic . . . likable and amiable . . . hopes nothing will prevent her going to East Stroudsburg State Teachers College. Academic Courseg Yearbook Staif 35 Basketball 15 Gym Team 25 Monitor Club 2, 35 Dancing Club 15 Red Cross 25 Athletic Club 25 Student Leader 3. EDWIN LEROY FOGEL A 637 WALNUT ST., EMMAUs "Eddie" . . . played football in senior year . . . tall and athletic . . . genial companion . . . never missed a dance . . . played in high school band for six years . . . good baritone voice . . . continually eating. Academic Coursey Declamation Contest 25 Operetta 25 Class Play 35 Football 35 Track 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Monitor Club 2, 35 Glec Club 25 Dancing Club 15 Hi-Y Club lg Chorus 1, 2. IOHN PAUL FURHOSEL ZIONSVILLE Small . . . cute . . . dimples and black curly hair . . . always teasing . . . loves farm life . . . gets into all kinds of trouble . . . dancing, swimming, hunting, trapping, pool are all favorites . . . clever . . . milkshakes . . . can usually be found where there are girls. General Courseg Dancing Club 15 Red Cross 2. RUSSELL W. GANEY 612 BROAD ST., EMMAUs "Russ" . . . always in mischief . . . bowls at Rialto Bowling Lanes . . . showed acting ability in senior class play . . . often seen riding around in 'LIack's,' car . . . enjoys jitterbugging at school dances . . . interested in cartooning and aviation. General Courseg Operetta 25 Class Play 35 Track 35 Student Council 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 25 Dancing Club l. DONALD LEROY GEISINGER ALBURTIS Putt-putt-ding-ding . . . not a boiler works-just "Donnie'sU 1923 Willys . . . one of that Alburtis gang . . . always with "Ernie,' . . . dotes on ice skating, swimming, and baseball . . . plays for Alburtis A. C .... very amusing soul. General Course, Basketball 15 Baseball 2, 3. Page Eighteen CORA SALLY ANN GEIST EAST TEXAS Blonde . . . full of fun . . . drives motorcycle with certain someone . . . would like to travel . . . likes housework and cooking . . . proof- she works in school cafeteria . . . boosts morale of servicemen by amus- ing letters . . . blushes easily. Commercial Courseg Cafeteria 2, 3s Knitting Club 1, 2. MARIANNA SCHULER GEORGE 101 N. SECOND ST., EMMAUS Enjoys many a good movie . . . follower of school sports . . . spare time occupied by knitting . . . friends easily made . . . favors a good book . . . quiet . . . energetic . . . helpful . . . undecided as to what she will do after she leaves these old halls. Commercial Courseg Cafeteria 25 Knitting Club 1, 2. DOLORES GERHART 36 N. SIXTH ST., EMMAUs Tall, dark, and very attractive . . . entered our school in junior year . . . drum majorette . . . rather quiet . . . big brown eyes . . . read- ing, swimming, writing letters, and drawing take up her time. Commercial Courseg Majorette 2, 3g Cafeteria 3. ROBERT WILLIAM GERY ALBURTIS Serious . . . handsome . . . always helpful . . . "Bob', is a competent baseball player-for Alburtis and E.I-I.S .... enthusiastic about fishing and stamp collecting . . . has no immediate plans for the future. Commercial Course: Baseball 2, 33 Student Council I. LESTER N. GILBERT ZIONSVILLE "Leddy" is a busy person-part-time worker at Dennis' Orchard . . . owner of a beautiful 1929 Ford . . . Hshing, hunting, and baseball occupy his spare time . . . has no plans for the future 'cause he's already in 1-A. General Course, Red Cross 13 Athletic Club 1. Page N i nrzccn RICHARD F. GILBERT 737 WALNUT ST., EMMAUS "Gilly" . . . big, handsome, musclebound blonde . . . good football man- ager . . . finishing school through the courtesy of Uncle Sam . . . would like to join the Marines . . . quiet and reserved . . . liked by all. General Courseg Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 2, 35 Track 15 Football Team fManagerJ 1, 2, 35 Boys' Home Economics Club 2. IOHN MICHAEL GODUSCIK 571 FURNACE ST., EMMAUs nlohnnie' . . . athletic build . . . crooked smile . . . smooth line . . . likes the opposite sex . . . good dancer . . . has a great liking for all sports . . . excels in football . . . very conscientious . . . egotistical . . . would like to be an architect. General Course5 Class Play 35 Football 2, 35 Basketball 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Gym Team CManagerj 2, 3. VELMA HUGHES GOULD 547 EVERGREEN ST., EMMAUS "Gykie" . . . witty, charming, energetic . . . plays a good game of basketball . . . collects records . . . loves to argue . . . chic dresser . . . showers aEection on her Cairn Terrier . . . intends to study interior decorating. Academic Course: Class Vice President I: Tattler Staff 2, 35 Yearbook Staff 35 Decla- mation Contest 25 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Student Council 1, fVice Presitlentj 2, fPresi- dentj 35 Dancing Club lr Red Cross 1, 35 Student Leader 35 War Bond Drive I, 25 Class Play Committee 3. GRACE IUNE GRIM MERTZTOWN ROUTE 1 Quiet and shy . . . came to us in her senior year from Longswamp . . . likes sundaes . . . brings up morale of servicemen by long newsy letters . . . may go to business college . . . still uncertain about it. Commercial Course. VELDA MAE HAAS 319 BROAD ST., EMMAUS "Bunny" . . . yearbook editor . . . watches over the girls basketball team . . . pretty blue eyes . . . sweet voice . . . hopes to enter Moravian after leaving E.H.S .... leadership abilities . . . always gets good marks . . . very capable . . . never misses a dance if she can help it. Academic Coursey Tattler Staff 2, 35 Yearbook Staff QEditor-in-Chiefb 35 Operetta 25 Basketball Team fManagerJ 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 35 Dancing Club 15 Cafeteria 25 Dramatics Club 25 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Class Play Committee 3. Page Twenty i IOYCE ALTHEA HAINES ALBURTIS Possessor of a piquant nature . . . very reticent individual . . . opti- mistic . . . intelligence linked with pleasing personality . . . easily ex- cited . . . very congenial . . . likes few sports . . . always ready and willing to help. Academic Courseg Glee Club lg Chorus l. FAY M. HALLMAN 535 MINOR Sr., EMMAUs Faithful friend to all . . . one of the few girls wearing that telltale diamond . . . favorite sport is ice skating . . . ranks high in scholastic ability . . . reliable, punctual, good-natured . . . enjoys window shop- ping and dance music . . . wants to enter commercial world. Commercial Course: Tattler Staff 3 fTypistJg Basketball lg Monitor Club 2, 3, Cafe- teria 2: Athletic Club 1, 2. IEANNINE FERN HAMSHER EAST MACUNGIE Likes movies, basketball, and "cokes" . . . can be found any time talk- ing and giggling with Iean . . . spends Sundays taking long hikes . . . attends all school dances . . . uncertain about what's in store for the future. Commercial Courseg Dancing Club lg Cafeteria 2. LOIS ESTHER HAMSCHER 226 N. SEVENTH ST., EMMAUS Blue-eyed and blonde . . . mischievous . . . nimble on her feet . . . usually seen at Bussy's dancing the night away . . . at all sports and social functions . . . always giggling . . . likes boys, dancing, boys, candy, boys, ice cream, and boys. General Courseg Yearbook Staff 33 Operelta 25 Basketball lg Cafeteria 1g Athletic Club 1, 2g Student Leader 3. LESTER MILTON HARWICK VERA CRUZ "Harry,' . . . brainy . . . Einstein, the second . . . postman in class play . . . enthusiastic football and basketball fan-to the point where he uses his thumb to get to games . . . excellent ice skater . . . expects to have his own pharmacy . . . one of the class comedians. Academic Courseg Declamation Contest 23 Class Play 35 Student Council 1, 23 Moni- tor Club 2, 35 Dancing Club lg Hi-Y 1, 2. Page Twenty-one BRIGHT V. HEIST EMMAUS ROUTE I Hank Baietti of basketball team . . . "Heisty' takes pride in driving a car . . . proud of his chickens . . . wants to marry and settle down . . . cute lisp . . . innocent look . . . sometimes a screwball . . . but a swell guy. General Courseg Basketball 2, 33 Hi-Y 2. ADAM HENRITZY MACUNGIE ROUTE 1 One of the first boys of our class to be in the armed forces . . . won third prize in Public Speaking Contest . . . first in State Project Con- test . . . blonde, curly hair . . . very intelligent . . . prefers chicken raising to other types of farming. Vocational Agriculture Courseg F.F.A, Vice President l, President 2, Secretary 3. CATHERINE VIOLA HERSCH EAST MAOUNOIE Catherine . . . brown eyes and light brown hair . . . likes sports and goes to all games . . . pals around with "Waggie" . . . partial to the Navy . . . always chewing gum. Commercial Courseg Dancing Club 1. CHARLES G. HERSH MACUNGIE ROUTE I Green eyes, 6'1" . . . can be found at all school functions . . . but not alone . . . skating, swimming, photography, and model airplanes are his hobbies . . . likes to loaf and sleep . . . drink milkshakes and have dates. General Courseg Band 2, 3: Dancing Club lg Hi-Y l. BETTY HILLEGASS ALBURTIS ROUTE I Beautiful red hair . . . enjoys hiking and anything out-of-doors . . . has a special interest in the Navy . . . quiet . . . friendly . . . is found with Althea and Pauline . . . likes dancing. Commercial Courseg Glee Club 35 Library Club l, 2, 3. Page Twcnfy-two LEROY ROBERT HINKEL II8 MAIN ST., EMMAUS "Chick" . . . varsity football man . . . curly hair . . . lots of fun to have around . . . builds model airplanes . . . collects records . . . wants to be a farmer . . . friendly smile . . . lots of friends. General Coursey Football l, 2, 35 Track l, 23 Student Council lg Hi-Y l, 2. HERMAN FRANKLIN HOFFMAN 203 N. THIRD ST., EMMAUs Not Melchior . . . just "HofIy" . . . member of the chorus for four years . . . wants to follow in fatheris footsteps as a carpenter . . . loves to go hunting and fishing . . . woodworking takes up a lot of his time. Commercial Courseg Baseball lg Gym Team l, 2, 33 Student Council 1, 3g Chorus l, 2, 3. LEWIS KOHLER HOSFELD MACUNGIE Listen! sweet music . . . must be "LeWie" and his flute . . . friendly . . . happy-go-lucky . . . tall with black hair . . . ambitious . . . clever . . . quiet in school, but out??P . . . studious . . . shy smile. Academic Courseg Operetta 23 Band l, 2, 35 Orchestra l, 2, 3g Glee Club 25 Hi-Y lg Red Cross lg Chorus l, 2, 3. HARRY RICHARD HOUSER 548 N. THIRD ST., EMMAUS "Legs,' . . . electrically minded . . . good radio technician . . . nick- name really Hts him . . . ambition is to set up television in Emmaus . . . very ardent basketball fan . . . hopes to enter Uncle Sam's Signal Corps . . . very corny. General Courseg Yearbook Staff 35 Class Play Committee 3g Student Council lg Dancing Club lg Hi-Y l, 2. ROBERTA R. IOHNSTON EMMAUs ROUTE I "Bobby,' . . . petite stature . . . book-Wormish . . . good-matured . . . attentive, when not daydreaming . . . very pensive at times . . . thinks best way of spending a day is to watch baseball games . . . notional . . . has trouble deciding on a future. Academic Coursey Dancing Club l. Page Twenly-three ROBERT E. LEE KAHLE 745 CHESTNUT ST., EMMAUS Laugh-provoking "Bobby', . . . some fellow . . . well-known for his hilarious antics . . . deeply in love with-his good ol, Ford . . . con- stantly tinkering on the engine . . . his Nick O'Teen band provided music and laughs galore . . . a class uproar. General Coursey Operetta 2, 3g Class Play 35 Band 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 3g Dance Orchestra l, 2, 33 Athletic Manager 1, 2, 3 QTrackjg Monitor 2, 3g Glee Club 2g Hi-Y 13 Chorus 2, 3. WILLARD CHESTER KEHS OLD ZIONSVILLE Tall, blue eyes, and sharp dresser . . . loves fox hunting . . . studious . . . lots of friends-both male and female . . . likes to travel . . . can be found with Stratz or Billy . . . at Bussy's or Miller's. General Courseg Dancing Club lg Red Cross 1. CHARLES LLEWELLYN KELLER 317 N. SECOND ST., EMMAUS Ardent member of Civil Air Patrol . . . has pilot's license and many hours solo to his credit . . . builds model railroads . . . works with his Dad at local post office . . . drives a car like an airplane. Industrial Arts Courseg Gym Team lg Band lg Hi-Y l. BARBARA ANN KELLY MACUNGIE ROUTE 1 "Butch,' . . . appealing eyes . . . sunny disposition . . . pal to everyone . . . the Chrysler is seen at all school functions . . . enjoys swimming, hiking, and eating . . . looks sweet in blue . . . likes grapes and Van Iohnson . . . claims the loves of her life are Mom and Pop. General Courseg Yearbook Staff 3g Monitor Club 2, 3g Dancing Club lg Cafeteria l, 35 Library Club l QVicc Presiclentl, 2 QPresiclen0. GEORGE A. KERN 229 S. SECOND ST., EMMAUS Short in size but not in personality . . . "Georgie" is everyoneis friend . . . hobbies vary from model airplanes to-Cwhewlj trapping skunks . . . plans to enlist in Army Air Corps. Industrial Arts Courseg Red Cross l, 2, 3. Page Twenty-four ERNEST GEORGE KING ALBURTXS Dark haired and good looking . . . southpaw pitcher for E.H.S. and Alburtis A.C. . . . one of the Alburtis gang . . . "Ernie" plans to enlist, come summer . . . studious. General Coursey Football lg Baseball 1, 2. 3. ELVERNA MARTHA KLINE MACUNGIE ROUTE I Brunette-and quite pert . . . gifted in running for the school bus and usually misses it! . . . likes music and sewing . . . constant companion . ,, . ,, . . . . is Silly . . . sports a ring received as a gift from Afrlca . . . tell us more, "Vernie,'! General Courseg Operetta 2, 3g Glee Club lg Dancing Club 1. GENE E. KLINE 645 EVERGREEN ST., EMMAUS "Gener'l . . . tall, dark and alluring to the opposite sex . . . proved himself capable on the gridiron . . . all outdoor sports are his interests . . . never a dull moment . . . writer of eye-catching sports articles on the school newspaper . . . ambition-to better the Marines . . . smooth dancer. General Course: Tattler Staff 2, 33 Class Play 33 Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 15 Track 2, 35 Dancing Club 1. - STANLEY KLINE 420 RIDGE ST., EMMAUS "Stan" . . . member of State Guard . . . musically-minded . . . pho- tography is his hobby . . . preferred Chesterfields-now a pipe . . easy going . . . jolly . . . Army may be his future. General Courseg Tattler Staff 3g Yearbook Staff 35 Operetta 25 Band 1, 2, 3g Orchestra 1, 2, 3g Dance Orchestra 1, 2, 3g Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dancing Club lg Photography Club 35 Chorus 1, 2, 3. BRUCE M. I. KNAUSS 917 CHESTNUT ST., EMMAUS "Shorty" . . . class vice-president . . . competent student manager . . . sports enthusiast . . . likes majorettes . . . had most lines to say in "ML and Mrs. Northn . . . ambitious . . . has his heart set on enlisting in Uncle Sam's Navy. Academic Courseg Class Officer 2 fVice Presidentj, 3 QVice Presidentjg Yearbook Stal? 3g Class Play 3g Track 1, 2, 3, Athletic Manager 1, 2, 3, QFootballJg Dancing Club 1gHi-Y 2. Page Twenly-jfzfe IOYCE SARAH ALICE KNAUSS EMMAUs ROUTE I "lo" . . . very talkative . . . never a dull moment when she's around . . . happy-go-lucky . . . easily excited . . . sharp-sighted and observant . . . enjoys driving a car or going cycling . . . always very active . . . plays piano very well. Academic Courseg Tattler Staff 2, 3g Cleo Club lg Dancing Club lg Cafeteria 2g Dramatics Club 25 Chorus 1. LEROY E. D. KNELLER 665 NORTH ST., EMMAUS Tee offl . . . notice that stance and swing . . . one of our golf enthu- siasts . . . attends all football and basketball games . . . definitely not quiet . . . usually talking . . . a smooth dancer . . . always wears a wide grin . . . after graduation?-"Anchors Aweigh" for me lad. General Courseg Baseball 2, 33 Track lg Student Council Ig Dancing Club lg Red Cross 2. LUCILLE PATRICIA KOCIS 580 SIXTH AND FURNACE STS., EMMAUS "'I:Iey, Lus" . . . she's a slick chick . . . smooth dancer . . . cheerleader . . . basketball star . . . an "AH student . . . likes cones and "cokes" . . . has interests in outdoor and indoor sports . . . sweaters . . . per- sonality . . . scads of friends . . . competent and dependable. Commercial Course: Basketball 1, 2, 3g Cheerleader 2, 35 Dancing Club Ig Cafeteria 3g Athletic Club I, 2. FRANCES ANN KRIMMEL 576 IUBILEE ST., EMMAUS "Frannie Annv . . . industrious . . . intelligent . . . ingenious . . . roved she can act in Senior Class Pla . . . skatin and swimmin P . . Y. g 3 rate high on her sports list . . . page editor of newspaper . . . ambi- tiously inclined toward dramatics. Academic Courseg Tattler Staff 2, 3 CPage Editorjg Yearbook Staff 35 Declamation Contest 23 Operetta 23 Class Play 35 Monitor Club 2, 3g Glee Club lg Dancing Club lg Library Club l, 2g Dramatics Club 25 Athletic Club Ig Student Leader 3g Chorus I, 2. GERALDINE PI-IYLLIS KULP 623 WALNUT ST., EMMAUS "Gerry" . . . small and lively . . . ardent interest in entertainment world . . . participates in Municipal Opera Productions . . . likes sports . . . wants to travel . . . giggles continuously . . . would like to be somebody's secretary. Commercial Course: Glee Club 3g Dancing Club lg Cafeteria lg Athletic Club 1, 2g Knitting Club 1, 25 Chorus 3. Page Twenty-six IOYCE KULP OLD ZIONSVILLE Dark brown hair . . . blue eyes . . . attractive . . . traveling interests her immensely . . . very fond of chocolate cake . . . frequently goes to school games . . . her future is in an oHice. Commercial Courseg Band I, 2g Dancing Club Ig Cafeteria lg Athletic Club 2g Knit- ting Club 2. RICHARD H. LAUDENSLAGER MACUNGIE ROUTE I "Laudy' . . . dark curly hair . . . gray-green eyes . . . plays in the band . . . could give Harry Iames competition . . . works for Dad . . . ice skating and basketball are favorite sports . . . will enter feed busi- ness with Dad. General Courseg Operetta 25 Band I, 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 3g Dance Orchestra 1, 2, 3g Glee Clubg Dancing Club I. PATRICIA F. LESTER 542 BROAD ST., EMMAUs Petite "Patten . . . one of the most popular girls in the class . . . head majorette and a good one, too . . . attractive . . . well-dressed . . . little leisure time, always busy . . . good dancer . . . gypsy spirit, would like to travel . . . worked in superintendent's oflice. Commercial Courseg Tattler staff 3 CTypistjg Monitor 2, 33 Majorette I, 2, 3 fDrum Majorjg Dancing Club Ig Athletic Club I, 25 Student Leader 3. DONALD E. LICHTENWALNER MACUNGIE "Don" . . . one of our best F.F.A. boys . . . very companionable . . . raises chickens . . . fond of all sorts of farm work . . . plans to have own farm-unless Uncle Sam steps in. Vocational Agriculture Courseg Band I, 2, 33 Red Cross 1. MARGUERITE MARY LICHTENWALNER MACUNGIE ROUTE 1 "Lichty" . . . likes outdoor sports, movies, card games, and nature best . . . as a hobby she collects photographs of her favorite movie stars . . . works at McCrory's . . . intends to keep her job after grad- uation. Commercial Course. Page Twerlly-:evmz MARION LOHRMAN ISI CHURCH ST., MACUNGIE 'ADolly', . . . always talking or laughing . . . cute blonde . . . very lively . . . drives her Dad's car-recklessly . . . attends all basketball and football games . . . pretty blue eyes. General Course, Dancing Club lg Cafeteria 1, 35 Library Club fSecretary-Treasurerj 1, 2. KENNETH LONG 218 S. FOURTH ST., EMMAUS "Kenny,' . . . liked by all he meets . . . basketball, baseball, and golf are among his favorites . . . can often be seen caddying . . . short, blonde, and mischievous. Commercial Course, Baseball lg Dancing Club 1. RACHEL NAOMI LORISH MAcUNc11a ROUTE 1 "Spundy" . . . quiet and understanding . . . can saddle any horse . . . makes puzzles . . . loves to eat . . . partial to Navy . . . always smiling . . . a friend to all. Commercial Course g Yearbook Staff 33 Dancing Club lg Cafeteria I. WILLIAM C. MADTES II3 N. SECOND ST., EMMAUS "Bud,' . . . likes going to Wescosville . . . not only to play football . . . makes lots of noise . . . as a result visits Mr. Heller's office fre- quently . . . definitely a wolf . . . wants to better the Navy. General Courseg Football lg Basketball lg Baseball lg Student Council 3g Dancing Club 1. CARROLL F. MARSTELLER EMMAUS ROUTE 1 Very interested in farming . . . president of local F.F.A .... usually found with his friend l'Don" . . . would like to go to Penn State . . . plays the trumpet . . . fun-loving and cheerful. Vocational Agriculture Course, Band lg Red Cross l. Page Twenty-eight ROBERT MATTERN 535 RIDGE ST., EMMAUS Bashful but friendly . . . usually can be seen with friend George . . spends his spare time usefully by working at Gruber's Florist Shop . . a captivating smile to all. Industrial Arts Course, Red Cross 1, 2, 3. SHEILA FAYE MCKEEVER 1112 PENNSYLVANIA AVE., EMMAUS "Irish" . . . ah-h-h! those dark eyes . . . usually running about in the halls . . . could be called a tomboy . . . dotes on slacks and long shirts . . . finds pleasure in driving a ear-regardless of many close calls . . . her future-physical education instructor-hi ya, Teach! General Courseg Operetta 1, 25 Basketball 2, 3g Student Council 1, 2, CSecretaryj 3g Glee Club 2, 33 Dancing Club lg Library Club I, 23 Red Cross 35 War Bond Drive I, 2, 33 Chorus 1, 2, 3. MARGARET T. MIKLENCIC PINE TREE PARK, E1v11v1AUs Vivacious "Margy,' . . . smiling eyes . . . sparkling personality . . . always busy . . . excels in swimming, diving, cheerleading . . . makes lots of friends-quickly . . . inseparable to "Lele" . . . would like to join aquacade . . . a regular guy. General Coursey Tattler Staff 1, 2 fCirculation Managerjg Yearbook Staff 33 Opcretta lg Class Play 3g Basketball 1, 2, 35 Gym Team 1, 25 Cheerleader 2, 33 Monitor Club 2, 3 fSecretaryJg Glee Club 1, 2g Dancing Club 1 fTreasurerJg Cafeteria I, 3, Ath- letic Club 1, 2 QSecretaryj. CHARLOTTE H. MILLER 748 CHESTNUT ST., EMMAUS "Char,' . . . small, petite, blonde . . . bounces with energy . . . en- gaged . . . very witty . . . spends her time writing, eating, writing, sleeping, writing . . . always laughing . . . sweet and refreshing . . . prefers buttermilk, fried tomatoes, and the Air Corps. General Courseg Yearbook Staff 3g Basketball lg Gym Team I, 2, 35 Monitor Club 2, 35 Dancing Club Ig Cafeteria Z5 Dramatics Club 25 Athletic Club 1, 2. EVELYN KATHRYN MILLER 502 LIBERTY ST., EMMAUS Blonde . . . chews gum freely-but most freely . . . regardless of brand or flavor . . . Cute giggle . . . simply overfiows at any time . . . hot jazz music, ice skating, dancing, telling corny jokes all rate high. Academic Course, Dancing Club 13 Cafeteria 2. Page Twenty-nine MARY MILLER 1504 PENNSYLVANIA AvE., EMMAUS Vivacious . . . popular . . . prefers blondes . . . loves to dance . . . helps us with our problems Qpersonalj . . . participates in outdoor sports-swimming, baseball, ice skating . . . has determined mind . . . "tomboy" and lady. General Courseg Tattler Staff 2, 35 Yearbook Staff 3g Glec Club 2g Dancing Club lg Dramatics Club 23 Athletic Club lg Chorus 1, 2. EUNICE MOHR MACUNGIE ROUTE 1 "Dicky" to her friends . . . can be found where there's an argument . . . bashful . . .timid . . .enjoys knitting . . . also reading . . . served two years on the Student Council . . . her future is undecided . . . friendly . . . always willing to help. Commercial Courseg Student Council 2, 3g Cafeteria 23 Red Cross lg Knitting Club 2. MARTHA IEAN MOON 418 N. SECOND ST., EMMAUS Attractive . . . brunette . . . brown eyes . . . enjoys swimming very much . . . follows scholastic sports . . . constantly with Betty and Marianna . . . pastime-sewing and knitting . . . one of the engaged girls of the class, so . . . her future is already planned. Commercial Coursey Dancing Club lg Cafeteria 23 Knitting Club 2. HA!! SHE BROKE ITB E. VERNON NESTER 1442 PENNSYLVANIA AVE., EMMAUS Easy-going lad . . . "Vernie" . . . quiet in school . . . outdoor man . . . hunting . . . trapping . . . swimming . . . enjoys bowling . . . peanut sundaes . . . sleeping . . . not very studious . . . jive fan . . . big flirt . . . plans to enter service. General Courseg Dancing Club 1, 2g Hi-Y lg Red Cross 3g Knitting Club l. MARY IANE OLSON ZIONSVILLE ROUTE 1 "Oley" . . . glamor . . . beaming smile . . . sharp dresser . . . impulsive . . . where there's food there's 'LOley" . . give her boys . . . apples . . . exotic clothes . . . and angelfood cake and she's happy . . . has twin brother in Navy . . . studies occasionally . . . sharp character. General Courscg Yearbook Staff 33 Monitor Club 2, 33 Library Club 23 Dramatics Club 23 Photography Club 3. Page Thirty GRACE CATHERINE OSWALD 532 IUBILEE ST., EMMAUS "Shorty" . . . wants to be a waitress . . . likes dancing, hiking and swimming . . . hardly ever on time . . . loves to walk in the rain . . . prefers the Navy . . . good-natured and cheerful . . . makes friends easily , . . good soprano voice. Commercial Courseg Dancing Club 1. GERALD B. RADELINE 558 BROAD ST., EMMAUs "Nutty" certainly explains this senior . . . likes basketball and track . . . came to us from Hellertown . . . plans to be a Navy radar-man . . . Fuller-brush man in the class play, General Courscg Track 23 Opcrctta 3. ROBERT S. RAMER EMMAUS ROUTE 1 "Doc" . . . tall, broad shouldered . . . and those blue eyesl . . . expert rider . . . his motorcycle, food, girls, and sports are pet subjects . . . football letterman . . . likes swimming, dancing, hunting . . . Irish temper . . . likable lad. General Courscg Class Play 35 Football 1, 2, 33 Basketball lg Dancing Club Ig Red Cross 1. BETTY MAE REIN ERT MACUNGIE One of popular Macungie gang . . . tall . . . dark . . . attractive . . , clever and sharp . . . always joking . . . enjoys weekend parties . . . also likes painting, writing whimsical poems about classmates, and reading . . . main interests-Bussy's and boys . . . life of the party . . . Smokey is a sincere friend to all. General Courscg Senior Class Play 3g Dancing Club I, 2g Cafeteria I, 2, 3g Library Club I, 2. CLEON WV. G. RITTER zor N. FIFTH ST., EMMAUs lust one of the gang-from the Ribbon Mill . . . can be seen at any sports event . . . quiet type, until you get to know him . . . spends most of his spare time with "Glimmer" . . . plays with the Bluebirds. Industrial Arts Courseg Basketball I, 25 Dancing Club lg Red Cross I, 2, 3. Page Thirty-one RAY D. ROEDER 1202 PENNSYLVANIA Avn., EMMAUS "Ray" . . . brown hair . . .eyes . . . quiet--but very . . . hunting . . . fishing . . . are favorite sports . . . enjoys driving car . . . works at home . . . straightens and fixes fenders . . . like to be a mechanic. General Course5 Red Cross lg Athletic Club 1. GERALD K. ROMICH 28 N. FOURTH ST., EMMAUs Six foot blonde with feet to match . . . courageous player of the Hoboes . . . faithful rooter for athletic games . . . sunny disposition with ruddy complexion . . . idea of heaven-plenty of girls and cars. Academic Courseg Operetta 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Dancing Club 15 Hi-Y 15 Red Cross 1, 2. DORN A. ROMIG 418 CHESTNUT ST., EMMAUS "Monk" . . . always hurt . . . but never seems to mind . . . football halfback, basketball forward, baseball . . . ever see his blue eyes? . . . hunting, dancing, girls . . . chip off the old block . . . plays the drums . . . intends to enlist. General Courseg Class Play 35 Football 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 2, 35 Track 15 Gym Team 1, 2, 35 Dancing Club 1, 2. GLORIA KATI-I RYN ROTH 130 N. FIFTH ST., EMMAUS Blue eyes . . . shy . . . but not unusual . . . 'cause she likes chocolate cake and ice cream sodas . . . plays the piano .... likes to read . . . classical music . . . movies . . . constant spectator at sports events . . seems quiet . . . but not when you know her . . . future--nursing. General Courseg Tattler Staff 2, 35 Operetta 25 Glee Club 35 Dramatics Club 25 Red Cross lg Chorus 25 Class Play Committee 3. RICHARD R. SCHANTZ 421 NORTH ST., EMMAUS Hip-Hip-Hurrah! . . . three cheers for "Dick" . . . all hep and pep . . . versatility plus . . . and then some . . . ambitiously plunges into studies . . . cheering . . . dramatics . . . prefers ice skating . . . swimming . . and criticizing world's glamorous women . . . musician . . . artist . . . and what have you . . . a swell fellow! Academic Courseg Tattler Staff 2, 3 fEditor-in-Chiefjg Declamation Contest 25 Oper- etta 1, 25 Class Play 35 Orchestra 2, 35 Cheerleader 2, 3 CCaptainJ5 Monitor Club 2, 3 CCaptainJ5 Glee Club 25 Hi-Y 25 Dramatics Club 23 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Class Play Committee 35 Yearbook Staff 3. Page Thirty-two VERNA SCHANTZENBACH MACUNGIE Verna . . attractive . . . blond-hair-willing worker on class com- mittees . . . favors dances, swimming, and ice skating . . . prefers the Navy . . . wishes to travel in the New England states . . . witty . . . never a dull moment with "SchantZieU in the Commercial section. Commercial Courseg Operetta 1, 2g Dancing Club lg Cafeteria lg Athletic Club 23 Knitting Club 2. GERALD L. SCHLONECKER 225 N. FIFTH ST., EMMAUs Big . . . but not dumb . . . our policeman in the class play . . . "Schlon" plans to enter the commercial Held . . . quiet and reserved Cexcept in math classesj . . . cornet player in our band . . . loves going places in his father's Plymouth. Gcneral Courseg Class Play 3g Band 1, 2, 3. ALTHEA CATHERINE SCI-IMICK ALLENTOWN ROUTE 2 "Tootsie',, tall, blue eyes and brown hair . . . quiet . . . full of energy . . . ambitious and clever . . . will make' good wife . . . duets with Izzy . . . true friend . . . would like to go to Business College. Commercial Courseg Operetta 23 Glee Club 3g Cafeteria 23 Girl Reserves Zg Athletic Club 25 Knitting Club 25 Chorus 2, 3. ALICE EILEEN SCHMOYER ALBURTIS Brown hair, brown eyes . .A . friendly . . . nice smile . . . accompanies orchestra . . . likes all sports-especially swimming and dancing . . . white is her favorite color . . . enjoys good poetry . . . would like to go to Business College. Commercial Courseg Operetta 1, 2g Dance Orchestra 3g Student Council lg Glee Club 3g Dancing Club 1. KERMIT C. SCHOCH ALBURTIS "SchochieU . . . another of Alburtis gang . . . plays baseball . . . fond of ice skating . . . is a very good hockey player . . . likes to loaf and eat . . . plays ball . . . wants to be a sailor . . . quiet . . . good sport. General Courseg Class Play 23 Baseball 33 Red Cross 1. Page Thirty-three BARBARA M. SCI-IREIBER ROUTE 1, EMMAUs Flash-it's "Bobbie" . . . tall and slim . . . chic brunette . . . charm- ing personality . . . smile for everyone . . . cheerleader . . . basketball . . . dancing, swimming, and skating are her favorites . . . proved her acting ability in the Senior Class Play . . . loves to drive "George", her car, and bowl . . . always busy. General Courseg Class Oflicer CSeCretaryQ l, 2, 33 Tattler Staff 2, 3 fPage Editorjg Yearbook Staff 3: Class Play 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Gym Team 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader 2, 35 Monitor Club 2, 35 Dancing Club lg Cafeteria 33 Athletic Club I QSecretaryJ, 2 fPresidentj. ELMER I-I. SCHUSTER VERA CRUZ Enthusiastic baseball fan . . . plays in the outfield for E.H.S. . . . would love to travel, hobo style . . . competes for title of senior with the shortest crew-cut . . . fun-loving . . . does crazy things at times . . . no definite future plans. General Courseg Baseball 2, 3, Dancing Club 15 Hi-Y 1, 2. IEAN RUTH SEIP ROUTE 1, MACUNGIE Called Ieanie . . . always laughing . . . spends her time reading, danc- ing, going to the movies, and taking long walks . . . plays the accordion very well . . . helps her Dad in the store . . . attractive. Commercial Course 3 Dancing Club lg Cafeteria 2. MAE H. SHELLY ROUTE 1, EMMAUS Mae, very attractive, good natured . . . has blue eyes and dark, long eyelashes . . . likes chicken . . . enjoys knitting, ice skating . . . wants to travel . . . favorite pastime is reading horse and adventure stories . . . also likes swimming, hiking, listening to symphony orchestras, and basketball games. Commercial Course, Girl Reserves 23 Knitting Club 1, 2. ESTHER M. SI-IIMER 1440 PENNSYLVANIA AVE., EMMAUS "Queenie,' . . . blonde hair . . . blue eyes . . . fun-loving lass . . . loves to go swimming . . . driving her car, is a favorite pastime . . . enjoys working at McCrory's restaurant . . . would like to keep on working there. General Courseg Majorette 1, 2, 3, Dancing Club 1, Zg Cafeteria 3. Page Thirty-fam' ALTHEA ANN SHIVE ROUTE 1, MACUNGIE "Shrevy,l, avid reader . . . spends leisure time hiking or listening to the radio . . . would make anyone a good housewife . . . cheerful and friendly . . . plans to do oilice work after graduation . . . decided optimist. Commercial Coursey Girl Reserves 2g Knitting Club 1. NANCY LOU SHOEMAKER 48 W. MAIN ST., MACUNGIE "Nanna" . . . attends all athletic functions . . . fun-loving nature and sparkling personality . . . ethical . . . quite inquisitive at certain times . . . watches the quarterback on the football team . . . attentive . . . enjoys driving. General Courseg Yearbook Staff 35 Dancing Club lg Cafeteria 1, 3g Library Club 1, 2 fVice Presidentj. ALTHEA SNYDER ror LEA ST., MACUNGIE "SpeedyU . . . friendly and capable . . . eating spells contentment . . . plans to make nursing her profession . . . can hold her own on the baseball diamond or dance floor . . . never a dull moment around her. General Courseg Operetta 25 Dancing Club lg Dramatics Club lg Athletic Club 1. BETTY IEAN SNYDER 309 DELONG AVE., EMMAUs K'Chubby', . . . dark, naturally wavy hair . . . blue eyes . . . likes red hair . . . favorite sports are bike riding and swimming . . . likes to watch football and-basketball games . . . movies take up her free time . . . looking for sales clerk position. Commercial Courseg Knitting Club 1, 2. FAY B. SOWERS 247 MAIN ST., EMMAUS Drum majorette . . . twirls a mean baton . . . small, dark, and ah, so cute . . . excellent dancer . . . has a mind of her own . . . Bussyis, boys, light blue, Beechnut gum, candy, 7-UP top her list . . . swell kid. General Courseg Operetta 1, 25 Maiorettc l, 2, 35 Dancing Club 1. Page Thirty-15116 MAE ANNABELLE STEPHEN I28 S. SIXTH ST., EMMAUS Mae, one of the pianists of our class . . . attends E.H.S. sports events . . . favorites are ice skating, swimming, dancing, and ice cream . . . allergic to feathers . . . seeking a bookkeeping position in the great, wide world. Commercial Courseg Student Council 2 CTreasurerj, 3g Dancing Club lg Cafeteria 23 Knitting Club 23 War Bond Drive 2. IOYCE STEVENS EMMAUS ROUTE I Ales" . . . quiet and sweet . . . twinkling blue eyes . . . she follows the saying, "Seen but not heard" . . . swell pal . . . dotes on bubble gum . . . domestic type. General Course, Dancing Club lg Red Cross 25 Athletic Club l. ELEANOR EMMA EMILY STRATZ 842 CHESTNUT ST., EMMAUs Easy to get along with . . . pleasant . . . has a weakness for chocolate cake, dancing, and bicycle riding . . . wants to get an olTice job with typing . . . usually does her homework . . . likes the Navy for no par- ticular reason. Commercial Courseg Dancing Club lg Knitting Club 1, 2. FRANCIS I. STRATZ 738 CHESTNUT ST., EMMAUs "Snooky" . . . talks incessantly . . . has blue eyes . . . likes bowling, swimming, ice skating, going out the Shimerville Road . . . runs around with "Bip,', Louie, and lack . . . hopes to get in the Navy. General Course, Class Play 3g Track lg Band lg Dancing Club lg Red Cross l. ROBERT STROUSE EMMAUS ROUTE I "Bobby" . . . photography is his hobby . . . can usually be seen with his camera . . . sharpy . . . Casanova . . . tall and lanky . . . competent Monitor . . . helps at the gas station. General Course, Tattler Staff 3g Yearbook Staff 3g Operetta 2, Class Play 33 Monitor Club 2, 35 Glee Club 23 Dancing Club lg Hi-Y 25 Dramatics Club 23 Photography Club 1. Page Thirty-six VIOLET E. WAGNER 401 S. FOURTH ST., EMMAUs "Beautiful, beautiful brown eyes," that's "Waggy" . . . can be seen roller skating at Mealey's skating rink . . . likes to see boys wearing bow ties . . . enjoys the movies, dancing, and 'Kcokesl' . . . worked at Rodale after school hours. Commercial Coursey Dancing Club 1 MARY JANE WALTER 427 CHESTNUT Sr., EMMAUS "Mary lanen . . . fun-loving . . . pleasant with brown wavy hair . . . prefers roller skating, bowling, and typing to any studies . . . present and future seem to keep her in a store . . . likes the Navy although for no particular reason. Commercial Coursey Glee Club lg Dancing Club lg Cafeteria l, 23 Red Cross 25 Athletic Club 1. CARL D. WANAMAKER W. MAIN ST,. EMMAUS "Corky' . . . nice wavy hair . . . little boy smile , . . winning person- ality . . . a lot of fun . . . plays football . . . showed ability as a keeper of the law in the Senior Class Play . . . enjoys selling ice cream in the cafeteria. General Courseg Class Play 3g Football 2, 33 Baseball 2, 33 Dancing Club 1. DONALD F. WARMKESSEL MACUNGIE Tall-almost towering . . . likes music . . . trusty sax . . . chemistry set provides interesting hobby . . . likes movies, particularly who-dun- its . . . somewhat a dry sense of humor . . . definitely OK, this "Half, Academic Courseg Operetta Z9 Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3g Monitor Club 2, 3g Glee Club 23 Hi-Y 25 Chorus 2, 3. PHYLLIS WEAVER 223 N. THIRD ST., EMMAUS Small, quiet, and friendly . . . rarely misses a dance . . . found at most football and basketball games . . . bike riding is her favorite . . . very partial to peanut sundaes . . . a store is likely to be in her future. Commercial Courseg Dancing Club lg Knitting Club 2. Page Thirty-.fczferz GLORIA E. WERST SHAMROCK STATION A new addition to our class . . . came to us in her senior year . . . main hobby, collecting pictures of friends . . . likes to read, see a good movie, and write letters . . . outdoor sports fan . . . rides to school every morning on the train. Commercial Course. WALTER I. F. WESELSKY, IR. 206 S. SECOND ST., EMMAUS Walter, one of the taller lads in the senior class . . . a rather moody individual . . . likes dancing . . . has musical ability . . . knows his politics-world affairs . . . woliish at times . . . hidden artistic abilities. General Courseg Operetta 25 Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 35 Glee Club 2, 33 Dancing Club 13 Dramatics 1, 23 Chorus l, 2. HELEN CARRIE WESSNER 230 GREEN ST., EMMAUs "Helen" . . . great weakness for tuna fish sandwiches . . . likes to dance, hike, and sew . . . never misses a football or basketball game . . . al- ways laughing . . . wants to become a store clerk . . . usually takes the opposite of a question . . . best companions are Betty and Martha. Commercial Course, Dancing Club 1g Cafeteria 23 Knitting Club 2. SARAELLEN WETHERHOLD ROUTE I, EMMAUS 'KSally,' . . . quaint . . . petite and cute . . . likes any outdoor sports . . . has own idea of ideal man . . . loves to argue . . . good sport . . . frequently seen with Mae and Althea. Commercial Courseg Tattler Staff 2, 33 Opcretta 2g Dramatics Club 23 Knitting Club 13 Arts and Crafts Club 1. MARIAN FERN WETZEL 226 N. FIFTH ST., EMMAUS Marian . . . plays piano very well . . . interested in dancing, reading, movies, and basketball games . . . usually punctual . . . quiet and modest . . . enthusiastic about snow and the winter months . . . hopes to continue her present job as a store clerk. Commercial Courseg Dancing Club lg Cafeteria 23 Knitting Club l, 2. Page Thirty-ciglzl PAULINE EMMA WETZEL ALBURTIS "PollyH, another quiet and timid member of the class . . . despite beautiful red hair, has a slow and even temper . . . enjoys roller- skating, movies, and "bike', riding . . . likes to dance . . . hopes to become a hairdresser. Commercial Course, Girl Reserves I, 2. RICHARD WIEAND 18 N. EIGHTH ST., EMMAUS Class prexy . . . valuable grid star . . . three-year letter winner- football, basketball and baseball . . . likes dancing and Pontiacs . . prefers blondes . . . fastest ice cream eater . . . collects records . . made perfect Lt. Weigand in class play . . . expects to enter college. Academic Course, Class Olbccr fPresidentj I, 2, 3: Yearbook Staff 33 Class Play 35 Football l, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3g Dancing Club lg Hi-Y 2. LOIS ELAINE WIEDER 411 RAILROAD ST., EMMAUS A whiz at math . . . always smiling . . . lively and energetic . . . loves roller skating and hiking . . . dances well . . . always has her home- work . . . good marks. Academic Courseg Basketball lg Dancing Club lg Dramatics Club 25 Red Cross 2. ROBERT G. WIESNER EMMAUs ROUTE 1 "Bip', . . . muscles . . . freckles . . . mischievous smile . . . football player . . . drives Dadis Chevy . . . usually found with "Snooky" . . . Stagehand . . . bowling . . . fishing . . . hunting are his pastimes . . . constantly seen in Hel1er's office . . . but a real pal. General Course, Football 1, 2, 3, Dancing Club I. RICHARD W. WILLIAMS 237 NORTH ST., EMMAUS "Glimmer", a regular guy . . . plays basketball for the Bluebirds . . . likes snow, Chesterftelds and "cokes', . . . billiard expert . . . frequently attends dances, football games, and other E.H.S. events . . . looks for- ward to a hitch in the Navy and "a girl in every portn. Industrial Arts Course, Basketball lg Dancing Club lg Red Cross 1, 2, 3. Page Thirly-nine ETHEL MAE WINZER 52 S. FOURTH ST., EMMAUs "Giggles" . . . Hery-haired lass of the senior class . . . amiable . . . likes to attend basketball and football games . . . favorable personality . . . her outstanding shade of hair manages to attract a lot of attention. General Courseg Operctta 23 Glee Club lg Cafeteria 2, 35 Dramatics Club 2. ROY A. WOODRING 231 ADRAIN ST., EMMAUS "Woody" . . . Hash on basketball court . . . exceptionally tall . . . quiet except when with his gang . . . likes "pasture pool" . . . a good hunter . . . all-around nice guy. General Courseg Basketball 2, 3g Track 1, 23 Hi-Y 2. GEORGE YANOCHKO 545 FURNACE ST., EMMAUS "Georgie" . . . dark and attractive . . . quiet and industrious . . . able manager of the basketball team . . . works at Gould's Drug Store . . . Winning smile coupled with wavy hair. Industrial Arts Courseg Class Play 3g Athletic Manager CBasketballJ 1, 2, 3. WARREN A. YEAKEL VERA CRUZ 'lBuddy" . . . great help to Dad in the roofing business . . . spends most of his precious spare time ice skating or horseback riding . . . likes to "monkey around" car engines. General Courseg Dancing Club 13 Hi--Y 1, 2. Page Forty P11 gf Forly-one WWQFNW Ein illlrmnriam HARLEY R.RUCH,BS. Muhlenberg College, Kutztown State Teachers College Senior Class Adviser Born May 2, 1878 Died February 6, 1946 MNQEMM Mm dill- jzmioaf Clam Pa gc Fo ADVISERS OFFICERS Arndt, Linwood Balascak, Ioseph Bauder, Edwin Bauer, Elizabeth Bear, Margaret Berry, Iacquelyn Boger, Phyllis Bolich, Ioanne Brauchle, Catherine Brey, Gerald Brey, Iohn Brobst, Dorothy Buhn, Rose Christ, Ruth Christman, Nancy Chwastiak, Martha Cole, Donald Conrad, Richard Degler, Stanley Diehl, Marvin Dries, Elmer Druckenmiller, Gerald Engleman, Helen Engleman, Wanda Essig, Mabel Fasching, Gloria Felegy, Iacob Fenstermaker, Anna Mae Findlay, Eugene Fisher, Mary lane Folk, Donald Frankenfield, Ralph Gangewere, Evelyn Gehman, Betty Gehman, Naomi George, Carl Pizgzf liorly-fin' Clam Roster Gerhart, Rodney Gilbert, Betty Godusky, Betty Gorr, Ethel Gulla, Mary lane Hamsher, lack Heist, Alice Hersch, Donald Hertzog, Roy Hinkel, Mildred Hoffman, Kathleen Houseknecht, Earl Houser, Iune Howerter, Dorothy Hubbard, Georgiana lobst, Dorothy Kehs, Ethel Keim, Richard Keller, Gerald Keller, Ioyce Kelley, Betty Kern, Alfred Kern, Thomas Kleppinger, Ianice Kline, Elvin Knauss, Richard Kocis, Theresa Koneski, Frank Krasley, Albert Krasnansky, Elizabeth , Krauss, Marilyn Kuzma, Magdalene Labanz, Agnes Leh, Richard Lichtenwalner, Marion Lichtenwalner, May Lippowitsch, Mary Iane Litzenberger, Christine Long, Emory Long, Mae Lorish, Althea Mabus, Richard Maclnnes, Iames Mackes, Norma Markley, Donald Martin, Margaret Martz, Douglas McNabb, Ellen Micklos, Nicholas Miller, Blanche Miller, Charles Miller, Dolores Miller, Earl Miller, Marie Mohr, LaMont Moyer, Vivian Muth, Mary Iane Nester, Raymond Nuss, Isaiah Pickel, Nick Queen, Iackie Rauch, Harold Readinger, Iosephine Reinhard, Martin Reinhard, Robert Rhode, Ruth Rizzetto, Albert Rohrbach, Iames Sandel, Robert . Schantzenbach, Esther Schell, Arlene Schellenberger, lean Schmoyer, Betty Schmoyer, Wilmer Schoch, Robert Scholl, George Schuler, Carson Schwartz, Vernet Seaman, Leslie Sebring, George Seem, Reba Sikorski, Helen Smith, Iacqueline Snyder, Mary Snyder, Raymond Snyder, Richard Snyder, Richard B. Stephen, Buraldine Stephen, Lloyd Stoudt, Herbert Timar, Anthony Toth, Michael Treby, Frederick Walbert, Iane Weidner, Nancy Lou Wenner, Dorothy Wentz, Evalyn Wetherhold, Barbara Ann Wetherhold, Ianet VVetzel, Betty Wetzel, john VVieand, Robert VVieder, Anna Mae Witman, Betty Yeahl, Richard Yeakel, Miriam Yerby, Carole Zepp, Harriet Sophomore Clow ADVISERS Acker, Faith Adams, Raymond Amey, Richard Amig, Gloria Bartholomew, Neil Bauman, Ruth Beam, Ioan Beitler, Nancy Berger, Charles Bieber, Nancy Bieber, Robert Bieber, Viletta Biehn, Richard Bitting, Malvern Blank, Carl Bortz, Howard Boyer, Harold Brensinger, Earl Brown, Burrell Brown, Dolores Charles, V. Sue Charlesworth, William Clark, Ioyce Danner, Anna Degler, Iean Deibert, Sara DeLong, Doris Iane Desch, Marian Diaz, Ronald Diehl, Dale Dimmig, Harvey Dreas, Floyd Dries, Ieanette Druckenmiller, Lowell Eberwein, Donald Eck, Myrtle Edelman, Ella Elkins, Elaine Eltz, Ieanette Engelman, Martha Everett, Mary Ann Fatula, Iean Faust, Iohn Fenstermaker, Richard Fischer, Charlotte Fisher, Barbara Fritz, Geraldine Page liorfy-.tezfen Clam Fritz, Wallace Gardner, Lahoma Garman, Claire Gehman, Marlin Gehman, William Geissinger, Philip Geist, Ronald George, Robert Gerhard, Helen Gerlach, Robert Godusky, Elizabeth Gower, Barbara Gower, Harold Haines, George Hallman, Luther Hatfield, Richard Henritzy, Annabelle Henry, Lorraine Hepler, Ferne Herbein, Iamcs Herman, Edmund Hersch, Hallerine Hillegass, Fay Hines, Stanley Hinkel, Charles Hoffman, Evelyn Hohe, Donald Hosfeld, lean Hubbard, Pauline Iobst, Christine Iobst, Iean Kauffman, Betty Kauffman, Florence Kehm, Althea Kehs, Doris Keim, Floyd Kichline, Earl Kirschman, Walter Kleppinger, Charles Kline, Emmond Kline, Mary Kline, Neil Klingaman, Henry Knauss, Avonne Knauss, Lucille Knerr, Charlotte Kocis, Stephen Rover Koze, Eleanor Kratzer, Loretta Kruse, Richard Kuder, Glenn Kulp, LaRue Kulp, Ralph Kunkel, Robert Latsch, Theodore Latsch, Virginia Laub, W'illiam Laudenslager, Iohn Lehman, Richard Leibensberger, Ray Lenner, Daniel Lichtenwalner, Doris Long, Harry Lorah, Mildred Lynch, Patricia Madtes, Dolores Marsteller, Edwin McElroy, Iacqueline McNabb, Allen Measler, Edna Meckes, Iohn Meierhoif, Stanley Milinichik, Peter Miller, Edwin Miller, Geraldine Miller, Helen Miller, Norman Miller, Richard Miller, Vivian Moll, Reda Morris, George Moyer, Arlene Moyer, Dorothy Moyer, Lynn Moyer, Nancy lane Musser, Emerson Natysyn, Mary Neimeyer, Dolores Nester, Annabelle Newhard, Dorothy Nichols, Roselyn Nuss, Uldine Oleksa, Charles Ortt, Sylvia OFFICERS Plarr, Albert Raudenbush, Luetta Readinger, Richard Reed, Kenneth Reese, Doreen Reichard, Lillian Reifinger, Richard Reinhard, LaRue Richard, Gloria Rohrbach, Pearl Roth, Iames Ruth, Mark Schaeffer, Dolores Schaup, Ieanette Schmeltzle, George Schoch, Ernest Shisslak, Sophie Smith, Sarah Snyder, Doris Snyder, LeRoy Spieker, George -Stahl, LaVerne Stauffer, Patsy Stephen, Carolyn Stichter, Dorothy Stickler, Marteene Stortz, Kathryn Stortz, Laird Stoudt, Ethel Stoudt, Ioyce Stump, Kathryn Thomas, Lucille Urifer, Elizabeth Urland, Charles Weaver, Robert VVeida, Nancy Werst, Dorothy Wetzel, Geraldine NVieder, Kenneth Wieder, Wayne Winzer, Charles Yanochko, Bibiana Yeakel, Arlene Yenser, Howard Yerby, Robert Yoachim, Elizabeth Fmhmam Clam ADVISERS Althouse, Ralph Amig, Betty Andrews, Sally Apgar, Byron Apgar, Glenn Arndt, Gerald Bartholomew, Harold Bauman, Ethel Beitler, Richard Berry, Lee Bieber, Leon Bilger, William Bittenbender, Dorothy Bittenbender, Gloria Borger, Mae Bower, Mary Boyer, Donald Brauchle, Edward Brown, Edna Brown, Wilson Buchin, Iohn Buhn, Andrew Burian, Arlan Buss, Eleanor Christman, lean Confer, Warren Conrad, Ioyce Cox, Stuart Crossley, Richard Crouthamel, Carl Daubert, Ieanne David, Richard DeLong, Geraldine Diefenderfer, Marilyn Diefenderfer, Marlene Diehl, Donald Dries, Ernest Druckenmiller, Dolores Dundore, Marjorie Durbak, Iohn Eastman, Iune Eck, Franklin Eichner, Charlotte Eisenhard, Doris Eisenhard, Shirley Elkins, Doris Erney, Gertrude Erney, Miers Pugc Forly-nine Estoch, Pauline Evans, Elizabeth Fairchild, Arnold Fegley, Iames Fehnel, Egan Fenstermacher, Pearl Fenstermacher, Shirley Fisher, Carson Flexer, Paul Fluck, Harold Fritch, Donald Fronheiser, Lucille Funk, Carolyn Funk, Wilbur Gaal, Martha Gackenbach, Myron Ganey, Helen Gehman, Catherine Gehman, Dorothy Geissinger, lean Geist, Dolores Genther, Richard George, Norman Gerhart, Daniel Gerhart, lean Gery, William Godusky, Martin Gould, Carolyn Grueneberg, Waltraut Gulla, Iohn Haines, Edward Haines, Gloria Haines, Robert Halushak, Andrew Haluschak, Anna Hardner, Mary Harman, Robert Heil, Dorothy Hepler, Robert Herbster, Pauline Hersh, Mareene Hess, Carl Hillegass, Earl Hinkel, Ianet Hoffman, Howard Hohe, Kenneth Horn, Dorothy Hosfeld, Richard Clam Rover Houseknecht, Ioyce Howerter, Paul Hubert, Gwendolyn Iobst, lane Iobst, Iune Irwin, Mary Ellen Keeler, Ralph Kehm, Alton Kehs, Elinor Kelchner, Margaret Kelleman, Daniel Keller, Merritt Kelly, Richard Kerchner, Richard Kean, Iohn Kline, Elaine Kline, Ioyce Kline, Mae Kline, Vincent Knauss, Richard Kocis, Methodius Koenig, lean Kuhns, Althea Kulp, Carl Kulp, Richard Kuzma, Peter Labanz, Jerome Laudenschlager, Richard Lauer, Blanche Lazor, Charles Lichtenwalner, Barbara Lichtenwalner, Harry Lippowitsch, George Litzenberger, Neal Lobach, Ioyce Lohrman, Robert Long, Elsie Mae Mate, Lewis Mate, Stella Mattern, lane McElroy, Ethel Meitzler, Gloria Merkel, Paul Micklos, Martha Miller, Cora Miller, Doris Miller, Edwin Miller, Frederick OFFICERS Miller, Iean Miller, lean E. Miller, Richard Miller, Ruth Miller, NVilliam Mitchell, Arthur Mohr, Cyrus Mohr, Eleanor Mohr, Sara Ann Moyer, Burnell Moyer, Ioan D. Moyer, Ioan E. Moyer, Raymond Moyer, Richard Musser, Wallace Mumbauer, Edna Muth, Lee Neimeyer, Leon Ortt, Lucia Paules, Roy Paulmeir, Ioyce Pennebacker, Henry Pennebacker, Samuel Peters, Gerald Raudenbush, Iean Reese, Edward Reese, Gerald Reichard, Betty Reinert, Herbert Reinhard, Charles Reiss, Charleen Reiss, Eleanor Reiss, Victor Renninger, David Rinker, Irene Rinker, Madeline Rohrbach, Ioyce Romig, Ieneve Rupp, Clifford Ruth, Grace Ruth, Harold Schadler, Betty Schaffer, Eugene Schantz, Harold Schantzenbach, Faye Schissler, Robert Schmoyer, Fay Schmoyer, Paul Schoch, Betty Scholl, Elda Schueck, Marilyn Schueck, William Schuler, LaMar Schuster, Stephen Schwar, Fay Seip, Earl Shafer, Robert Sicher, Betty Sicher, Donald Stauffer, Ralph Staulfer, Kenneth Stauffer, Robert Stephen, Betty Stephen, Donald Stephen, Lois Stoudt, Anna A. Stoudt, Anna Stoudt, Ioan Stratz, Harold Tirpak, Magdalene Toth, Andrew Trappe, Clifford Vargo, Anna Vlahovic, Dorothea Vogel, Elaine Volk, Robert Wagner, Bruce Wagner, Donald VVagner, Richard Walter, Bernard Wanfried, Martha 'Wasco, Donald Weaver, Ruth Weiss, Paul VVenner, Ruth Wieand, Nancy Wieder, Theodore Willinger, Virginia Wilson, Shirley Winzer, Clara Xander, Donald Yocum, Gladys Ziegler, Anna 5 5 Q 23 Q: QU K 1 gi Q A si 2 i F 13 ww W 1 5 3? 4 3 A Q ZA S2 5? E Ze? lf Q 5 M14 and Mm. North Memorable three-night run . . . thrill-packed mystery comedy . . Seniors exhibited acting ability . . . rehearsed trequently under Mr. Schaadt . . inspira tional to cast . . . laughs galore . . . "realm corpse . . . made the Seniors rich intrigue . . . romance . . . expertly staged. Mr. North .... Buono ....... Mrs. North . . . Claire Brent .... Louis Berex . lane Wilson .... Ben Wilson ....,. Clinton Edwards .,.. Stan Brent .,... Mrs. Brooks .. Mr. Brooks ....... Cooper ........... Lieutenant Wiegand Mullins ........... Medical Examiner . Ross ............... . . Ambulance Doctor Fuller Brush Man . Police Photographer Gordon ,.,.....,.. Timothy Barnes . . . Inspector O'Malley . . . .Richard Schantz . . . . . .Robert Kahle . . . . .Frances Ann Krimmel . .Barbara Schreiber . . . . .Robert Ramer Margaret Miklencic . . . .Iohn Goduscik ...... Gene Kline , . . Dorn Romig . . . . . Betty Reinert . , . Gerald Romich Gerald Schlonecker . . .Richard Wieand . . . . .Russell Ganey . .George Yanochko . . . . Bruce Knauss . . . . .Francis Stratz . . .Gerald Radeline . . . Robert Strouse . .Carl Wanamaker . . . .Lester Harwick . . . .Edwin Fogcl Inga 1113 luo M Memoirs A valuable, memorable record of school activities compiled by twenty-six select seniors worked prodigiously during study periods and after school staff organized early in school term . . . printing contract awarded to H. Ray Haas and Company . . . photographs by the Calvin Studio . . . engravings by the Sanders- Reinhardt Company . . . literary work and make-up supervised by Mrs. Charles I. Kline, Ir .... business affairs managed by Mr. Elwood L. Ortt . . . annual edited by capable editor and department heads. Editor-in-Chief ...... .,,,......,....... .... V e lda Mae Haas Faculty, Administration, and Under Classes .... ,.,. B etty Iean Bloch Seniors and Features ,.......... ,.,..... .........,..... M a ry Miller Sports ....,.....,. ,... V elma Gould, Bruce Knauss Activities ,... ..,............ M ary Iane Olson Photographers . ..... Robert Strouse, Stanley Kline LITERARY STAFF Charlotte Miller, Richard Wieand, Gloria Boyer, Blanche Detwiler, Harry Houser, Lois Carl, Marie Brown, Frances Ann Krimmel, Leanqna Burian, Sarah Mae Fischer, Rachel Lorish, Richard Schantz BUSINESS STAFF Margaret Miklencic, Iean Barrett, Nancy Shoemaker, Lois Hamscher, Barbara Kelly, Barbara Schreiber Page Fifty-four -uf We Strive To Pleezye For students and by students . . . news and views on the latest events . . . sports notes on inter-scholastic athletic matches . . . informal views and gossip on fellow-students . . . all are contained in SKTHE TATTLER,,, our high school publication . . . seventeen hard- working seniors and thirteen ambitious juniors . . . volunteer their wits and writing talents during after-school hours . . . originality . . . capability . . . enthusiasm . . . endeavoring to bring enjoyment to the student body . . . to bring pleasure to the staff in delving into this educational activity. Editor-in-Chief .... Richard Schantz Cartoonist ......... ...,. E dgar Dennis Business Manager ,,.. ...,.....,,,.................. I can Barrett Assistant Managers . . . . . . Naomi Gehman, Barbara Ann Wetherhold Circulation Manager . . . .... ....,,,,.,.... lN 'Iargaret Miklencic Advisers ....,....,, .,.. A lbert S. Benheld, Elwood L. Ortt Page Editors Lois Carl, Betty lean Bloch, Frances Ann Krimmel, Barbara Schreiber Senior Reporter: Velda Mae Haas, Gloria Roth, Mary Miller, Ioyce Haines, Ioyce Knauss, Gloria Boyer, Velma Gould, Saraellen Wetherhold, Gene Kline junior Reporter: Helen Sikorski, Evalyn Wentz, Blanche Miller, Hanice Kleppinger, Iosephine Readinger, Norma Mackes, Iune Houser, loanne Bolich, Mary Iane Muth, Robert Wieand, Stanley Degler Page Fifly-rix 'Q fi ? in 7 f The Bmw' Played O71 The band makes a fine appearance at any event . . . excellent performances of march- ing and drills were seen at football games . . . entertains the fans during the half at basketball games . . . inspires the student body with their music at pep rallies . . . spring found these able musicians presenting their annual concert . . . under the able director- ship of Mr. Paul Weil, an accomplished musician himself. Claude Anslem Richard Bartholomew Kenneth Brobst Richard Conrad Robert Danncr Dale Diehl Marvin Diehl Ernest Dries Lowell Druckenmillcr VValter Dye Harry Fenstamaker Geraldine Flcxcr Edwin Fogel Donald Folk Betty Gehman Robert Gerlach Richard Hatfield Glenn Hertzog Roy Hertzog Charles Hinkle Howard Hoffman Kenneth Hohe Lewis Hosfcld Robert Kahlc Floyd Keim Ernest Kemmcrcr Richard Kerschncr Walter Kirschman Neil Kline Carl Kulp Richard Laudcnslagcr Ken Lerch Donald Lichtcnwalner Neil Litzenberger Donald Markley Douglas Martz Edwin Miller Blaire Moyer Donald Muth Isaiah Nuss Uldine Nuss Albert Plarr Bruce Reinhart Martin Reinhart Gerald Romich Gerald Schloneckcr LaMar Schwartz Anthony Timar Donald Wagner Donald Warmkessel Walter Weselsky Raymond XVetherhold Robert YVieand Richard VVieder Fez!! In Most attractive group in E. H. S .... eye-catching gold and white costumes . . . intricate routines . . . their purpose is to add color to the band . . . spent many hours perfecting their steps and twirling. Elizabeth DeLong Esther Shimer Dolores Gerhard Fay Sowers Patricia Lester Symphony Under the capable direction of Errol K. Peters . . . harmonious music . . . enter- tained frequently in assembly . . . plays light classics, overtures, and music of a higher calibre . . . supplied beautiful and appropriate music at the Christmas program . . . composed of twenty-six pieces . . . presented interesting and varied numbers at annual spring concert . . . composed of all who have musical talent-ranging from eighth grade right up to twelfth . . . played delightfully and well at Commencement. Malvern Bitting Richard Conrad Doris lane DeLong Marvin Diehl Edwin Fogel Donald Folk Iohn Gulla Lewis Hosfeld Robert Kahle Neil Kline Stanley Kline Icrome Lal-Sanz Richard Laudcnslagtr Donald Marklcy Douglas Martz Isaiah Nuss Uldinc Nuss Albert Plarr Gerald Romich Richard Schantz Anthony Timur Donald NVagncr Donald Warmkcssel Raymond Wetherliold Walter Weselsky Page Fifly-right 4 MQ div Q gi QAM f f 'ref A mi Q Q " V' 4 f Wg , im 11, En, jg I wwf. ',QY fa1 fm f n .m,+,QfwrQY0+M ff E1 1 , M, , ' ' Qwifgf Qffgx f9T5ff51fvfW?g 'Q Q E- M951 4 Xa- W ' ffm. M . V V , . ,,g. , mi Qs, , V.. ., V ,w I , . 'L V. L, Ky? ig? Ev ' wg: ' ,, iw, Y x, A f SQ , xy ff ' W , , Ii - , ,K -' A ' I ' ff. , Ajf5r",'-45,1 f V. - 2 f IQ y I f if rffsm f' 'A k KV uf! fi? ffm fy - xi -' o , , 1 Af Qi' I yn -f 5 ff '-W'f2f1 fi: ,, , ,,,, ' , , ' , - A 4719 '1 fm ,wax ii QQ, - Lffffglm fXfW45i2Y32f-1 H E1 25+-f1 'f'f ' , gg ,s,M,,f -1- Qg, wggykef ew Mwfaifasfen Q f:wz,mfg,4iSg2'eM 'ef':f1Qwv1:1,f f zigww w w , , f an 1 ,A I n The Groove Active jive ensemble . . . tutored by Mr. Peters . . . supplied orchestral accompaniment for Welcome Home" minstrel and the "Huba Huba Revuew . . . organized early in the year to play in the K'Red Feather Revuen . . . entertained in assemblies . . . journeyed to Indiantown Gap to entertain soldiers with varied solos and specialty acts . . . featured at Annual Alumni Dance . . . broken bass fiddle proved no obstacle to them definitely sharp and in the groove with our modern hepcats. Malvern Bitting Robert Kahle Ierome Labanz Isaiah Nuss Doris lean DeLong Neil Kline Richard laiudcnslagcr Albert Plarr Iohn Gulla Stanley Kline Donald Markley Anthony Timar Tnereir A Song In The Air A club to perfect harmony . . . develops the girls' voices . . . only seniors, juniors, and sophomores are admitted . . . under direction of Errol K. Peters . . . became smaller because of conflicting classes . . . hopes to enlarge club by next year . . . all members participated in "Hubs: Huba Revue", March I . . . also in receive activity credits . . . the Spring Concert. Pianist Alice Schmoyer Fir!! Soprano Isabel Clauser Betty Kauffman Marilyn Krause Geraldine Kulp Blanche Miller Gloria Roth Reba Seem Doris Neimeyer Iunc Houscr Althea Schmick Sheila McKeever Saraellen Wetherhold Dorothy VVenner Sm.0,,dA1m Evalyn VVentz lean Fatula Second Soprano Naomi Gehinan Bertha Hclt Ferne Hepler Firrt A110 Mildred Arndt Ioanne liolich Betty Hillegass Althea liisenhard Mary lane Muth Vclda Mae Haas Iacquelyn Berry Phyllis Roger Henrken! Henrken! Music Sonnair A nr Mixed voices, harmoniously blended . . . strives to please . . . offers diversion from classes . . . develops a pleasing voice . . . freshens the mind . . . entertains student body presents annual spring concert . . . handles diliicult selections skillfully . . . We trained by competent director . . . performs in assembly . . . excellent variety of music religious to popular . . . anything to please the mood . . . staged the 'LHuba Huba Revuen on March first. Firxl Soprano Margaret Bear Priscilla Brahler Dorothy Brobst Isabel Clauser Elizabeth DeLong Elaine Elkins Geraldine Fritz Evelyn Gangewere Marilyn Krause Geraldine Kulp Reba Seem Mary Snyder Second Soprano Ruth Bauman Iacquelyn Berry Nancy Christman Ferne Hepler Elverna Kline Pat Lynch Sheila McKeever Iosephine Readingcr Althea Snyder Ethel Stoudt Evalyn VVentz Nancy Weidner Allo Phyllis Pioger Ioanne Bolich Althea Eiscnhart Velda Mae Haas Betty Hillegass Mary lane Murh Lillian Reichard Althea Schmick Helen Sikorski Saraellen Wetherhold Ethel Winzer Tenor Robert Kahle Stanley Kline 1 Richard Schantz Bus: Malvern Hitting Donald Boyer Wilson Brown Donald Eberwine Herman Hoffman Lewis Hosfeld Donald Markley Isaiah Nuss Donald Vlfarmkesstl Page Slxly i lf 3 32 A Gee Thee Behind Me School police force . . . composed of twenty seniors, sixteen juniors . . . select body members appointed in sophomore year . . . enforces laws . . . cooperates with Student Council . . . three members on Board of Iudgesg passes sentences in case of school law violation . . . meets First Friday of every month . . . members receive appro- priate emblems in senior year . . . ably advised by Mr. Deischer . . . represented on Board of judges by Donald Warmkessel, Charlotte Miller, Richard Schantz. Marvin Boehm Gerald Brey Iohn Brey Marie Brown Leanna Burian Elmer Dries Leroy Eck Lcola Feather Sarah Mae Fischer Edwin Fogel Carl George Fay Hallman Lester Harwick Donald Hersch Robert Kahle Richard Keim Barbara Kelly Ianice Kleppinger I Frances Ann Krimmel Patricia Lester Althea Lorish Iosephine Readinger Richard Schantz CCapt.j Barbara Schreiber Margaret Miklencic QSec.j Helen Sikorski Charlotte Miller Dolores Miller Mary jane Muth Raymond Nester Mary jane Olson en -.them ! Robert Strouse CLieut.J Frederick Treby Donald Warmkessel Evalyn Wentz Carole Yerby Iuniors and seniors eligible . . . selected according to physical ability, leadership ability, dependability, cooperative spirit, enthusiasm, interest, and suitable personality . . . Student Leaders help in classes, olliciate at intramural games . . . draw up and administer intramural programs . . . help to plan, organize gym exhibitions and elementary schools Field Day . . . consists of twenty members of the senior and junior classes. Marie Brown fCapt.j Betty Godusky Patricia Lester Elizabeth DeLong Velma Gould Dolores Miller Gloria Fasching Iune Houser Mary lane Muth Anna Mae Fenstermaker Ioyce Keller Ioscphine Readinger Sarah Mae Fischer Frances Ann Krimmel Helen Sikorski Evalyn Wentz Barbara Wetherhold Ianet Wetherhold zmioe Cofegafeff "Government by the people and for the peoplen . . . that is the aim of the legislative group of our student government . . . bi-monthly meetings highlight discussions on student problems and student behavior . . . successfully engaged in sponsorship of school welfare projects . . . clothing drive and Red Cross gift boxes . . . added to students' pleasures by continuance of noon-time dances . . . strode hand in hand with the Monitor Club in giving the student body a Ugovernment by the consent Nancy Bieber Russel Gancy Iean Koenig Wilson Brown Betty Godusky William Madtes Eleanor Buss Velma Gould fPres.j Paul Merkel Glenn Cuton Robert Hepler Edwin Marsteller Marlene Diefenderfer Marcene Hersh Sheila McKeever QSec.j Iean Fatula Herman Hoffman Dolores Miller QTreas.Q lack Felegy Richard Keim QV. Presj Eunice Mohr Carson Fisher William Kleppinger Raymond Nester Ralph Frankenfield Richard Knauss Henry Pennebacker of governed." james Roth Mary Snyder Mae Stephens fAsst. Treasj Kathryn Stortz Elizabeth Urffer Nancy Wieand Nancy Weida Page Sixty-two Monitor Club Student Lendm' Student Council One Meezf Bez!! Um! that mouth-watering aroma comes from the cafeteria . . . run by the state, under the management of Mrs. Beers, who plans the menus . . . meals are prepared by Mrs. Mabel Schantz and Mrs. Belle Hensinger . . . girls help prepare lunches for students and teachers . . . receive valuable experience in preparing and serving of good meals. Marie Danner Leola Feather Lahoma Gardner Cora Geist Dolores Gerhard Dorothy Iohst Barbara Kelly Lucille Kocis Marilyn Krause Mary Iane Lippowitsch Marian Lohrman Dolores Madtes Margaret Miklencic Betty Reinert Betty Schmoyer Barbara Schreiber Esther Shimer Nancy Shoemaker Mary Iane VValter Erhel Winzer Bzelzolbbzlef This active group consists of freshmen, sophomores, and juniors . . . their duty . . . assisting the librarian . . . their goal . . . a working knowledge of the library and a Library "EU . . . received after completion of one hundred hours of work in their junior year . . . the girls work during study periods . . . replace and bind books . . . always on hand when needed . . . sponsored by our librarian, Miss Moyer. lean Christman Ieanctte Eltz Georgiana Hubbard Vivian Miller Ieanette Dries Naomi Gehman Mary Ellen Irwin Evalyn Wentz Marjorie Dundore Dolores Geist Doris Kehs Nancy Wieand Doris Elkins Annabelle Henritzy Eleanor Koze ozmfey Gentlemen By far the most active group in E.H.S .... Silver Emblem winners in lNational T Chapter Activities Contest . . . took First prize for project at Allentown Fair . . . host to other district schools in Annual Green Hand Initiation . . . participated in Chapter Farmers Initiation at Quakertown . . . held Annual Father and Son Banquet . . . entered Public Speaking Contest . . . sponsored a farm machinery course that gave farmers a chance to learn about and repair equipment . . . a club that Filled the year with accom- plishments. Marvin Diehl CTreas.J Franklin Eck Philip Geissinger Adam Henritzy Gerald Keller QV. Presj Donald Lichtenwalncr QSec.j Edwin Miller Samuel Lichtenwalner Carroll Marstellcr fPres.Q Lewis Mate Earl Miller flleporterj Elvin Kline Raymond Moyer Leon Neimeyer Roy Paules Claude Reichelderfer Eugene Schafer Paul Weiss Charles XfVinZer Page Sixty-four Caflerza I Library Club F.F.A i 5 9 r X i s e 5 S S s Q 5 ff e .i E S X 2 5 2 x 1 S E fx 1. if -2 Q 2 Q 2 Q S er 53 l'Hi1YTQf1,j17 L ' ' af' , . , -ASN Liz us k 5 1 Hifiiiiili ' V z ,Nik WW "' w3A""f7nin UI! ms : 9 u FMEBALL V 1 x A, K A 8 ' If I, is I, fb mm f- e mu, J4 5 S .. S ATHL E Tic CJ-VB Ralf ! Rah ! You will always iind, either on the gridiron or basketball court, our energetic cheerleaders. Never sitting down on the job, never thinking of the defeat which may face them, they strive and cheer enthusiastically for victory. This year, the squad has been very fortunate to have such a capable captain as Richard Schantz, the only male cheerer. Working hard to get the squad to Work in rhythmic coordination and eliiciency, he suc- ceeded in making his squad one of the best in the Lehigh Valley League. The Seniors who have cheered for their Alma Mater for the last time are Captain Richard Schantz, Lucille Kocis, Leola Feather, Mar- garet Mikleneic, and Barbara Schreiber. The Iuniors are Carole Yerby, Theresa Kocis, Gloria Fasching, and Helen Sikorski. Page Sixty-nine Ham'-Hiding Howeeif With a number of veteran players returned and with several weeks of strenuous and extensive practice, the 1945 football team made its debut when it traveled to Albright Stadium, Reading, Pa., September 14, in quest of its first victory. Shillington High, a former opponent, proved an obstacle diflicult to overcome. Fighting hard all the way the Green and Gold dropped a tough I9-I8 decision to the Berks Countians. Playing their second night game of the season on September 21 at Stroudsburg, the locals were handi- capped in that they could not overcome a one point lead, losing to the Poconos, 7-6. In their first home stand the Moravians were victims of Northampton by a score of 25-0. The Konkrete Kids, league champions, displayed too much power and stamina for the E.H.S. eleven. In our fourth game Slatington fell to the sting of the Hornets, I2-6, as we entered the win column for the first time. What proved to be the high-spot and never-to-be-forgotten game of the year took place on October I3 when the Green and Gold combination conquered the Catasauqua Rough Riders for the first time in 16 years of close football rivalry. Two long runs by Goduscik, a completed pass to Ramer, and a place-kick by Wieand enabled E.H.S. to overrun the Brown and White. Playing away at Lehighton the following week the Moravian Boro lads earned a 13-6 scalping over the Indians. In a hard-fought, well attended Booster Day game on October 27, the Blue Bombers of Palmerton nosed out the locals in a game in which the winner was not deter- mined until the final minutes of play. Score: Palmerton 27-Emmaus 18. Following this annual game two independent contests were fought with E.H.S. breaking even. ln the Page Sflfflllv first game we dropped a 13-6 decision to Nazareth under a drenching rain. East Greenville was easily snowed under by a big 37-0 tally. Picked to lose in the Turkey Day Classic, the Hornets played superb football in every respect when they trounced the Whitehall Zephyrs 26-13 to end, what we think, a successful season. In testimony the Athletic Association tendered a banquet to the entire grid team, cheerleaders, and managers on November 26 at the Owls Home. The featured speaker was Mr. Floyd Schwartzwalder, coach of Muhlenberg College. Captain Richard VVieand, a 3-year letter winner, received the Mary Reese Deischer trophy for being the most valuable player in his high school career. Nick Micklos received the Booster Day football for outstanding player in that game, Robert Bieber was awarded the Dr. Lichten- walner trophy for improving most since last season. 1945 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE E.H.S. Opp. September 14 Shillington CAD .... . . 18 19 September 21 1fStroudsburg CAD .... . 6 7 September 29 'lfNorthampton CHD ..... 0 25 October -6 1'gSlatington . , . . . 12 6 October 13 1fCatasauqua CHD ..,... 14 13 October 20 1':Lehighton CAD .... . . 13 6 October 27 9'tPalmerton CHD . . . . . 18 27 November 3 Nazareth CAD ....... , 6 13 November 10 East Greenville CHD .,.. 37 0 November Z2 'lkWhitehall . . . . . 26 13 if Lehigh Valley League Games Pugr Sfzffvzfy-olzff Through The Hoqb The lads this season came through a heavy schedule of twenty-two games with an even number of wins and defeats. With Wieand, Dennis, and Romig back from last yearis varsity squad and Goduscik and Fegley completing the starting quintet, there was displayed by the Hornets some really good basket- ball. The season was begun with two disheartening losses, one against a very strong Allentown team and the other I-Iellertown. These defeats were followed by Emmaus victories over Bethlehem Catholic, Nazareth, and Coopersburg. We then lost two more independent games, one to Hellertown and the other to our Alumni, whose team consisted mostly of VVorld War II veterans. The league race was then begun, the first half of which ended in four victories for the Hornets, including Stroudsburg, Whitehall, Catasauqua, and Lehighton, and three losses which were Slatington, Palmerton and North- ampton. In the second half of the league battle we again defeated Stroudsburg, Slatington, and Lehighton, and bowed to Whitehall, Catasauqua, Palmerton, and Northampton. We think the boys played good, hard, clean basketball and we are really proud of them. Page Seventy Iwo December December December December December December December Ianuary Ianuary Ianuary Ianuary Hellertown . Allentown QAJ .. Coopersburg QAQ Bethlehem Catholi Nazareth . . . Hellertown CAD . Alumni ..,. xStroudsburg "'Whitehall . "FSlatington QAQ . 'Walmerton QAQ , SCHEDULE Ianuary Ianuary Ianuary Ianuary February February February February February February February is Lehigh Valley League Games "Catasauqua QHQ . "gLehighton .. ,"Northampton QA, Coopersburg . 4"Stroudsburg QAJ 3kWhitehall CAJ .. 'lFSlatington .. 3"Palrnerton .. "Catasauqua CAD . ""Lehighton QAQ ,, fNorthampton wife'-istsgz:55:21g,a,,,g.s:.::,:'-:- FYSELEQ ..., , Fighting Lamief With the Whole team from last year back at their starting positions, the girls basketball team completed a Very victorious schedule this season with eight Wins, three losses, and one tie game. Successfully coached by Gerry Hamscher, the girls found that practicing early and faithfully really paid off. The team will suHer the loss of Captain Blanche Detwiler, Marie Brown, Velma Gould, Lucille Kocis, Catherine Dimmig, Margaret Miklencic, Barbara Schreiber, Sheila McKeever, and Velda Mae Haas, Senior Student Manager. VARSITY SCHEDULE E.H.S. Opp. November 30 Bethlehem Business College QAD ,.... 33 20 December Coopersburg CAD .,........... 51 December Bethlehem Catholic ,.,. 17 December Pennsburg ........,. 18 December Alumnae ....., 22 Ianuary Fountain Hill QAD .,.,. 28 Ianuary Fountain Hill .... 24 Ianuary Coopersburg QHQ .,.,. 44 February Pennsburg QAD .....,..,..,.. 16 February Bethlehem Catholic CAD .....,,.. , . 29 February Bethlehem Business College QHD 30 Page Sczfcnly-frm Bader Up ! With a large force of veterans to form the backbone of the team, this year,s group of "Sluggers" will be off to a flying start. Facing a tough schedule of twelve games, seven of which are in league competition, our boys are sure to have a successful season. Baseball is climbing back as a major sport after losing some of its importance during the war. This year is the Hrst year since the War that the Lehigh Valley League will resume its full schedule. BASEBALL SCHEDULE April l6 .,.....,.....,. Allentown CAD April 23 . . , .... ,kLehighton CHD April 26 . . ."':Whitehall CAD April 30 , . .Perkiomen CAD May 3 . ':Northampton CAD May 7 . . . . . ."'Catasauqua CHD May 10 ,... ..,. 3" Slatington CAD May 14 .Coopersburg CAD May 17 fkstroudsburg CAD May 21 ..Coopersburg CHD May 24 . . ,"'cPalmerton CHD ,FLehigh Valley League Games Page Seventy-ive Of To The Races These are the boys who run, jump, heave the discus, and throw the javelin to grab athletic honors. Hard-working, breathless, our track men put in many hours running laps around the block or trying to jump another inch to break a record. The small but strenuous schedule includes the eagerly contested inter-class meet. Past laurel winners who are back to set new records are: Bruce Knauss, Gerald Rade- line, Leroy Hinkel, Iohn Goduscik, Roy Woodring, Gene Kline, Donald Fegley, Edwin Fogel, and Edgar Dennis. A large number of under classmen are faithfully practicing to perfect their skills for future seasons. Not only do the boys receive valuable training and conditioning, but also the thrill of achieving new records and bringing honors to our school. Mr. Clarence R. Roeder will coach the team for his second season. TRACK SCHEDULE April 23 .....,......... Bethlehem CAJ May 1 ,. ,,... Boyertown May 3 ,. . ..., Quakertown May 8 . . . .,.. Boyertown QAJ May 15 . . . . , . Perkiomen Page Sclfcnty-.dx HSE Acknowledgment 1 1 1 We WISH to express our sincerest thanks and appreciation to Mrs. Charles Kline, Jr., Mr. Elwood L H. Ray Haas and Reinhardt Company, the staff, advertisers, Ortt, our advisers, Company, Sanders- The Calvin Studios, and all others who have so graciously given their time and effort to make this annual a success. SINCE I934 We always endeavor to offer good merchandise at the lowest prices CIZAUMIEIYS DEPT. STORE 4TH AND CHESTNUT STREETS EMMAUS, PA. PgS Y HOWARD WEAVER WIEAND 6' CO. JEDDO und LEHIGH COAL 'CONCRETE BRICK and BLOCK Justice of the Peace Phone ZI7 Real Estate and 25 South Seventh Street Insurance EMMAUS, PA- qk W. J. Fenstermaker BETTER STORES Distributor for Freihofer Baking Co. PHONE 65 IO4 N. Fourth St., Emmcus, Pu. EMMAUS, PA. Phone 112-R H. T. KEMMERER Men's Wear PAUL S. C. RINKER PLUMBING AND 346 MAIN STREET HEATING EMMAUS, PA. I Photo Supplies Lehigh Photo Shop Phone 264-R 324 N. Seventh Street 41 SOUTH SECOND STREET ALLENTOWN, PA. EMMAUS, PA. Phone 29OI2 Page Eighty Wenz Company, Inc. 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RUTH O05 NORTH TENTH STREET ALLENTOXVN, PA. Page Lzghty two R O DA L E MANUFACTURING CO Manufacturers of Electrical Qevices and Specialties 'A' Students: earn extra money by working here after school hours and during the summer months. 'A' ENIMAUS PENIXA Swim al' PINE TREE PARK x..5"""i f Phone 162 EMMAUS, PA. C' A- Compliments of FURN"URE CO' HALSLUNE HUWHLE FURNITURE RUGS DRAPERIES Y LISHED IN 1877 9, ON EMMAUS 612 HAMILTON STREET HIGHWAY ALLENTOWN, PA. Ilflf E 4 ALI.ENTOWN'S LEADlNG HABERDASHERY 1 Comfortably Air Conditioned Robert A. Melchior Walter F. Schneck Melchior Er Schneck Diamonds and Diamond Mountings Gifts : Costume Jeweiry Watches PHONE 7566 822 HAMILTON STREET ALLENTOWN, PENNA. Macungie Supply Co. John Deere Quality Farm Equipment I MACUNGIE, PA. ALWAYS COMPLIMENTS OF A GOOD SHOW ARTHUR P. HOUSER mmaus Cizeaire EMMAUS, PA. REESE G' SCHANTZ GENERAL MERCHANDISE FIFTH AND BROAD STREETS Courteous EMMAUS, PA. Service P Fair rices Compliments of Dr. Paul W. Ramer Pagr lfighly-j9z'f Bethlehem Business College BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA lflJfl0Z66 C-!0iAZ4 I Buy Your Clothes At the Factory ESTABLISHED 1897 At Factory Prices An Approved Business Training School 552l.'75 to 3538.75 Complete Secretarial, Account- 1 ing, Business Administration and Business Machine courses. DUNDEE CLGTHING , FACTORY 930 Hamilton Street FRIQIQ EMPLOYMENT SERVICF ALLENTOWN, PA. Ask for Annual Bulletin L, 13, ER01-1, Mgr, D R I N K . flllenfown Dairy Company Milk A SAFE DRINK uk PRODUCED UNDER VETERINARIAN AND LABORATORY CONTROL Page Eighly Congmmlaziiom. . . BEST OP LUCK IN ALL YOU MAY DO mnnhlingfa Stahin AND GIFT SHOP Portraits and Commercial Photography Beautiful Gifts and Greeting Cards Phone 3-7127 24 SO. EIGHTH STREET ALLENTOWN, PENNA I HILLSIDE MOTOR 00. Compfimenlrs 525 Chestnut Street of ' a Friend Sales STU DEBAKER Semce DAvlD's ELECTRIC . R.C.A.-KELVINATOR MOTOROLA-G.E. Sales and Service Phone 369 PHONE 418-R EMMAUS, PA. 110 CHESTNUT ST. RAY F. 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EMMAU5 Layer Cakes Pies A Cookies Variety of Bread Baked Daily At MOYER'S BAKERY 71-73 Church Street MACUNGIE, PA. ALSO A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES Phone I0-R-Z Store Open Evenings For Your Convenience Compliments of DR. KARL H. KLERX JOHN GOULD PHARMACY Prescription Specialists 337 CHESTNUT STREET EMMAUS, PA. I :ge N1'11f'fy-one GENERAL MACHINE COMPANY, Inc and ELECTRIC FURNACE-MAN, Inc. EMMAUS PA LEHIGH VALLEY'S LEADING SPORT SHOP Equipment For All Sports ir WITWER- JONES COMPANY 923 HAMILTON STREET ALLENTOWN, PA. Phone 2-2780 coMPLiMeNTs or DR. E. A. WILSON Theodore "Ted" lobst Distributor ot Dairy 8. Bakery Products PHONE 483-M 437 S. STH ST. EMMAUS, PA. Rauch's Grocery Store Groceries Candies Cold Meats Sodas Fi 516 North Street Emmous, Pc. MERRITT LUMBER COMPANY Art Supplies Unpainted Furniture Building Material Fox TROT--WALTZ-JITTERBUG . TANGO-RHUMBA-LACONGA 7100 'O 9200 512 CHESTNUT STREET OI 75 kl ny C wee I EMMAUS, PA. GU DIE Allentown Store: Phone 3-2852 927 HAMILTON STREET 34 North Sth St. Allentown, Pa. ALLENTOWN, PA. age Nizzefy-lfzree ALLENTOWN BUSINESS COLLEGE Fall Term Announcement Day School sessions begin Tuesday, September 3 Evening School sessions begin Thursday, September 5 COURSES OF INSTRUCTION EXECUTIVE SEC RETARIAL JUNIOR ACCOUNTING SECRETARIAL HIGHER ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION STENOGRAPHIC The Allentown Business College is approved by the State Committee on Standards for Business Schools, the National Council of Business Schools, and the Veterans Administra- tion. These certificates of approval are "SymboIs of Excellence"-assurances that you will get a good, practical business training in our school. Enrollment Is Limited Get the facts at once regarding the courses offered, time required, tuition cost and employment opportunities. ALLENTOWN BUSINESS COLLEGE JOHN W. OBERLY, President 920 HAMILTON STREET ALLENTOWN, PA. COMPLIMENTS OF CHARLES STORES ALLENTOWN, PA. CLARENCE M. FREY Plumbing-Heating Sheet-Metal Work Roofing and Spouting Phone 4I-R 408 Chestnut St. Emmcxus, Pc ENNA JETTICK Shoes IL-Of Women 55.50 to S695 SHAFER and LOHRMAN 43 No. Seventh St. Allentown, Pa. Page Ninety-fam COMPLIMENTS OF ALLENTOWN DIVISION GENERAL RIBBON MILLS 'Iririr Ist and Minor Streets Emmaus, Pa. COMPLIMENTS OF BROAD STREET HOTEL H Iz" Krammes Pr p Phone, Emmaus 27I -R DIzoaIzIss PRINTING H0IIsIg HERBERT E. SEIBERT, P 128 EAST MAIN STREET MACUNGIE, PA 0 5TH 8' BROAD STREETS Social and Commercial EMMAUS, PA Printing fi I C. l ..,.',.' I 'I ..,. , I 7 5 ' X Z, CPXWEELIMQS .. TO THE GRADUATES OF THE NINETEEN EORTY-SIX CLASS OF EMMAUS HIGH SCHOOL 1 H. RAY HAAS X1 COMPANY Qjrinfers of flze 1946 Cafffer 514-528 North Madison Street Allentown, Pennsylvania 1 A HIGHLY SPECIALIZED PRINTING AND PUBLISHING SERVICE Page Ninety Telephone 2-0808 Compliments of KEYSTONE FURNITURE CO. 943-45 Hamilton sm. ALLENTOWN, PA. Norman C. Laudenslager NOTARY PUBLIC and ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE 1 121 Macungie Ave., Emmaus, Pa. "No One Man Can Think of Everything" CMM mixing i' HOWARD A. SMITH coM1'L1MEN'rs OF DR. CHESTER E. KIRK Hmthonjs 10 Moto Sf-31fvice School Photographers 73 EAST BROAD STREET BETHLEHEM, PA. Congmfzzlaziiom to the Clam of 1946. . . ALLEN LEIBEN- SPERGER East Texas, 45619001 Bux Perma. C ontmrtorj Ninrty-5 EXPERT PHOTO FINISHING SERVICE Allentown Photo Shop PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES 339 N. SEVENTH ST. ALLENTOWN, PA. Qoffyls .Beaufy Shoppe Dorothy Stoudt, Proprietor I I029 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. Phone 458-R KEMMERER PAPER COMPANY WHOLESALE SCHOOL SUPPLIES 355-357 HAMILTON STREET ALLENTOWN, PA. ROBERT .l. WIEDER Bricklaying Contractor Estimates Given WORK DONE AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY l I Phone I34-M GUTH'S L U G G A G E AND LEATHER GOODS 832 Hamilton Street Allentown, Pa. PHONE 2-3196 MAIN STREET GARAGE LLOYD E. KRATZER, Prop. GENERAL REPAIRS DAY AND NIGHT STORAGE Macungie, Pennc. Phone 416-R Page Nineiy ezglzt PLATT FURS MAKE WARM FRIENDS PLATT FUR COMPANY 6550655 I4 So. Fourth St. Phone 166 Emmous, Pa. ZOLLINGER HARNED'S Hamilton Street near Sixth l l The Department Store thot gives "S 8- H" Green Stamps I l ALLENTOWN, PA. Compliments of MARION 8. LEE ROEDER NEW COUNTRY STORE Zionsville, Pa. Phone Emmaus 156-R EAST PENN BEVERAGE CO. msrnlsurons or BEER, ALE and PORTER Jubilee St. Emmcus, Pa JAMES HERBEIN gleohical rqpfzliancoi 'A' 2 EAST MAIN STREET MACUNGIE, PA. FREEMAN'S MILK BEST sv Test Ninety-n THE CALVIN STUDIO aim Mafaffaf 4 w We point with pride to this issue of the UTATTLERH 617 LINDEN STREET ALLENTOWN, PA. Plaone 2-1310 W PgOI-lrfd DUNDORE'S 14MocZem fliwfmmaq IN EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD A complete line of Pharmaceuticals, Medicines and Gifts at the right price. Dundore's Drug Store ON THE TRIANGLE Irwin J. Kerschner Painting and Paper-Hanging Phone-Emmaus 279-R I54 MAIN ST., MACUNGIE, PA. Compliments of Dr. Charles Bachman IAUDENSIAGER 81 GEIST Dealers in OLD COMPANY'S LEHIGH COAL FLOUR AND FEED EMMAUS Phone I23 M. J. MILLER Cr SON Tin-Hardwa re-Stoves Phone Emmaus 36-W Old Zionsville, Pa. COMPLIMENTS OF THE EMAUS SHIRT COMPANY INC. P lg Une Hzifzdzwl One J. D. CARL Dealer in General Merchandise Zionsville, Pa. PHONE 36-R McNabb Poultry Farm Wm. H. McNabb "Chicks that Satisfy" Wescosville, Pa. "We cooperate with FFA Students" "Sclylt With Flowers" . . Why Not With Ours? NEW YORK FLORAL CO. 906 TO 912 HAMILTON STREET ALLENTOWN, PA. COMPLIMENTS OF ru: Home muruAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF LEHIGH COUNTY MACUNGIE BANK We Invite Your Patronage All Deposits Up to 55000.00 Insured Under Federal Deposit Insurance i' O A- R- WCUVEVI Secrefdry All Types of Loans Available EMMAUS, PA. MACUNGIE, PA. Page One Hundred Tw Kuhns X. Shankweiler The Man's Store 7Ih and Hamilton Allentown, Pu. Phone 340 WEST END SERVICE STATION C. H. BRENSINGER, Prop. GAS and OIL MOTORTUNUP-CARBURETOR GENERATOR-STARTER 1 1 and DISTRIBUTOR SERVICE YOUNG MEN'S SMARTLY . STYLED CLOTHING AND I003 CHESTNUT STREET HABERDASHERY EMMAUSI PA. JQHN GUI-LA COMPLIMENTS OF FINE GROCERIES DR. E. J. TREXLER Phone 9007 DENTIST 540 MINOR STREET EMMAU5, PA- MACUNGIE, PA. PHONE 454-B . DOROTHY SEEM Compliments BEAUTY SHOP of . .. . Specializing IU ALL FORMS OF BEAUTY CULTURE L. T. Rahn 508 Chestnut St. Operator VIVIAN HUBER EMMAUS, PA Page One Hzmdred Three The Butz Company IINCORPORATEDJ Real Estate ROCKEL STORE LADIES APPAREL BABY WEAR- General Insurance MEN'S WORKING CLOTHES, Fidelity Bonds ETC. Surety Bonds 0 391 Telephone 56 Fourth and Main Streets 304 MAIN STREET EMMAUS, PA- EMMAUS, PA. FURNITURE Lloyd E. Brensinger Groceries, Fruits, Meats and Vegetables Ice Cream 20 N. STH ST., EMMAUS, PA. The Eastern light Co. 5.2164 and smfee ALLENTOWN, PA. "Blown-In" ROCK WOOL INSULATION Our Prices Save You Enough To Buy Extra Pairs B E E R S All Advertised Brands of Shoes Clarence R. Ritter Tel. 342 Emmaus RITTER AND BUZBY Funeral Directors and Embalmers Funeral Parlor for Convenience of Prices to Fit the Pocket Book PULDILC HAMMOND ORGAN SERVICE Open Friday and Saturday Evenings 36-38 S. Sth Sf. EMMAUS Page Om' HIl7111I'FI11 F0111 PEACHES cmd APPLES Whaleaale ancf Relax! ..,,1 ,, .ij 5 iw New 5 .151 1 fix .. I E I : e .. x xz. eeeee .wwf PENNEBACKEITS ORCHARDS Between Zionsville and Hereford CLAUSER'S MARKET Meots : Groceries : Produce Distributor of LEHIGH VALLEY DAIRY PRODUCTS IO3 No. 7th Street Phone 150 EMMAUS, PA. vHoNEs , Residence 260-B Shop 260-M S Producers and Distributors of WM. M. E. YEAKEL RAW MILK, CREAM and EXPERIENCED CHOCOLATE MILK Roofing Contractor T.B. and Bang Tested Herd SLATE AND ASBESTOS Breeders of Pure-Bred ROOFING Holstein-Fresicm Cattle 0 O Phone-Emmaus 98-B-2 Route No. 1 VERA CRUZ, PA. MACUNGIE, PA. Page One Hundred .S DUNDEE CLOTHES BUY YOUR CLOTIIES AT THE FACTORY AT FACTORY PRICES 521.75 to 538.75 Dundee Clothing Factory 930 HAMILTON STREET ALLENTOINN, PA. L. E. EROH, Mgr. HILLTOP SERVICE E. A. MILLER OLD ZIONSVILLE, PA. Route 29-Phone -H6-R-2 T EXACO LQAS AND REFRESH INIENTS E. B. SCHULTZ HARDWARIE, PAINTS, OILS, etc. MACUNGIE, PA. COMPLIMENTS OF DR. CHARLES F. JOHNSON john Singmaster DE.-XLER IN Coal, Lumber, Grain, Cement MACIINCIE, PA. Phone: Emmaus 83 v. A. FREEMAN mc. Registered jewelers American Gem Society 911 HAMILTON STREET ALLENTOVVN, PA. Plge One Hundred Seven 1 t t E was a master because he tool: infinite Pains. We are his earnest clisciplesf, Pfzgf Om' I'lIIiIIj1'I'lf lffghf CoML-LIM1 N ts O1 MACUNGIE SILK COMPANY fbelabioud .funcfzai SHORT-YS PLACE HAROLD BOYER, Prop. TOBACCO 8: CANDY M. M. Laudenslager 81 Son Route No. 1 MACUNGIE, PA. Distributor of Kfxsco Xe PARK tk PULLARU PoULTRY FEED Phone 119-R STYLETEX CLOTHES C. W. SHOEMAKER FACTORY-TO-YOU INC. CLOTHING FOR Fine Wall 1001 mfs MEN AND Boys P cmd pamt E. B. FRY O FLOUR, FEED and S.-XLT All kinds of 1' 1" M231 I S71 il , , , OU U3 Sm U ml 240 North Seventh Street 131115 Allentown, Pa. LXINIAITS, R jil Ihone 118 B I lg: 0116 HIlflllf'Cll N11 c eww nzwmzf, WM. A. GEHMAN SONS "Your Car will give you Service If Serviced by Us" We Poy Highest Possible, Cash Prices for USED CARS I EMMAUS, PENNA. Phone 124-B COMPLIMENTS MUNMH Umss Eummmv George's Greenhouse FUNERAL DESIGNS CUT F LOXVERS CORSAGES D1sH GARDENS POTTED PLAN1s We Wire Flowers I SILLONID I RIDGE STRhhTS ll C 410 B COMPLIMENTS OF EAST PENN FOUNDRY O HddEl FOUNDED 1889 Hgkarmiizq omesn by R1'r'r13R n Due to their location and low overhead, Ritter's enable you to express your individuality and personality at prices no higher than ordinarily charged for eonnnereial quality. They pay no high city rents, taxes, etc. ROBERT E. RITTER 85 SONS 187-191 MAIN STREET EMM1-xUs, PENNA. Open Daily fI'0l1l9I00rX.iVI. to 9:00 ITM. 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