Emmaus High School - Tattler Yearbook (Emmaus, PA)
- Class of 1949
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THE SENIDR CLASS OF
As you page through this edition of THE TATTLER,
We hope you will find the complete story in Words and
pictures of our school life at E. H. Si We have tried to
include all the achievements-scholastic, athletic, and
social-of our Senior year. If this annual portrays our
accomplishments, as Well as being a memory book for
years to come, it will be Worthwhile.
Contents . .
LEFT T0 RIGHT-FIRST Row: Mr. Arthur Iobst, Secretaryg Mr. Claude Kellerg Mr. Albert
Wieand. SECOND Row: Mr. Robert Stauffer, Treasurerg Dr. LeRoy Rahng Mr. Raymond
Miller, Presidentg Mr. Arthur Gehringer, Vice President.
The Board of School Directors
It is to our School Directors that we owe the progress and administration of our school system.
Through their tireless efforts in selecting tl1e faculty, keeping the physical plant running, and
planning for the schools' needs, we have a system of which we can be justly proud. They also have
shown a keen interest in our athletic teams and other extra-curricular activities by personally
appearing at these affairs.
At their meetings, which are held the first Thursday of the month at thc High School, they
bring their business a11d professional experience to help iron out the problems coincident with
running a school system. Attorney Theodore R. Gardner, the school solicitor, executes all legal
documents and renders legal advice to the Board.
We are i11deed indebted to these busy xnen who give their time and energy in order that we
may have a better education.
The Administration Secretaries
Miss Lester ltlrs. Guth
"Gerry" and "Pat" are the
well-liked and efficient adminis-
tration secretaries. They do all
the clerical work, operate the
telephone switchboard, and
maintain the student records.
In addition to their office duties,
they sell tickets, make bus reser-
vations, handle class funds, and
render messenger service. Al-
ways pleasant and cheerful,
these two young ladies have been
of great help to us.
HOWARD J. YEAGER, B. A., M. A
Superintendent of Schools
We take for granted that you were good
citizens in our present day complicated high
school organization. It is, likewise, of equal
importance that you support and give a certain
amount of service to your national, state and
You have come to that point in your life when
you should become aware of some of the larger
problems which confront our country and to
begin to think in terms of what can be done to
solve them. Neither our government nor the
way in which our society is organized is perfect.
Many serious defects and dangers stare us in the
face, waiting for an informed and conscientious
public opinion to do something about them.
You should look ahead with a view of helping
to find answers to some of our unsolved problems.
Doing your part gives you a feeling of pride in
belonging to a great organization.
If you will be faithful and loyal to our great
Democracy your success will be assured.
HOWARD J. YEAGER
Congratulations and best wishes to you on the
day of graduation. Commencement means the
beginning, the beginning of a new life in your
May I leave one thought with you in parting?
Success is not achieved by accident-it is at-
tained by forward-looking, hard-working, con-
scientious men and women. Time is not merely
passing but is arriving as rapidly as it passes.
VVe always have time and it is of the greatest
importance that we make the most of each arriv-
ing moment, constantly adding knowledge, skill,
and virtue to an ever growing worthwhile life.
Someone has said: "Following the line of
least resistance IS what makes rivers and some
ALLEN F. HELLER
ALLEN F. HELLER, B. S.
Left to Rlgl1t'mFIRST Row: Miss Mary Miller, Miss Gladys Hauser, Mrs. Francis Slack,
Miss Mildred Strauss. SECOND Row: Miss Katherine Guldin, Miss Geraldine Dils, Nfrs.
Hilda Moyer, Mrs. Josephine Hinkle, Mrs. Anna Rash. No'r PICTURED: Miss Marcella
Graver, Mrs. Eleanor Heintzelman.
JEROME E. BAER, B. S.-Senior Scienceg Junior Scienceg General Scienceg Biology-Adviser
of Conservation and lvild Life Club.
HARVEY H. BECKER, B. S.-Physicsg Chemistryg Biology-Adviser of Bird Club.
ALBERT S. BENFIELD, A. B., A. M.-English-Adviser of H1 JEFF Newspaper and Honey-
moon Voyage Club.
ARTHUR R. BORGER, A. B.-lllathematics.
ALBERT H. BURGER, B. S.-Biologyg General Mathelnaticsg Plane Geometryg General
HOWARD K. DEISCHER, Ph. B., M. A.-Problems of Democracyg Algebra-Adviser of
Monitor Club and Varsity "E" Clubg Faculty Manager of Athletics.
GERALDINE E. DILS, B. A.-Spanishg European History-Adviser of Debating Club.
PAUL J. F. FRANTZ, B. S.-Business Lawg Office Practiceg Salesmanship-Guidance Coun-
selor-Adviser of THE TATTLER Yearbook and Photography Clubg Faculty lilanager of
MARCELLA G. GRAVER, R. N.-School Nurse-Adviser of Home Nursing Club.
KATHERINE B. GULDIN, B. S.-Home Economicsg Cafeteria Training-Adviser of Boys'
GLADYS B. HAUSER, B. S., A. M.-Bookkeepingg Shorthand-Adviser of Knitting Club.
GLENN HECKMAN, B. S.-Industrial Arts-Adviser of Girls' Shop Club.
ELEANOR M. HEINTZELMAN, R. D. H.-School Dental Hygienist.
JOSEPHINE K. HINKLE, B. S.-Library Science-Librarian-Adviser of Library Club.
PAUL KISTLER, B. S.-Social Studies.
DONALD LEIBENSPERGER, B. S.-Scienceg Physical Education.
Left to :Right--FIRST ROW: Mr. Albert Benfield, Mr. Glenn Heckruan, Mr. Arthur
Borger, Mr. Leon Tuttle, Mr. Howard Deischer, Mr. Donald Leibensperger. SECOND
Row: Mr. Paul Kistler, Mr. Errol Peters, Mr. Harvey Becker, Mr. Albert Burger,
Mr. Earl Weber, Mr. Elwood Ortt. THIRD Row: Mr. Paul Frantz, Mr. W. Lucas Lobb,
Mr. Woodrow Sehaadt, Mr. William Rothenberg, Mr. Jerome Baer.
WILLIAM L. LOBB, B. A.-American Historyg World History-Coach of Football and Track:
Adviser of Seabbard and Blade Club.
MARYCF. MILLER, B. S.-Art-Supervisor of Art in the Grades-Adviser of Arts and Crafts
HILDA C. MOYER, A. B.-English- Adviser of Girl Reserves.
ELWOOD L. ORTT, A. B., M. A.-Lating Civicsg Guidance-Adviser of Chess and Checkers
ERROL K. PETERS-Musicg Historyg Junior Business Training-Adviser of Student Council,
Orchestra, Chorus, Boys, and Girls, Glee Clubs.
ANNA R. RASH, B. S.-I-Iealthg Physical Education-Coach of Girls' Basketball and Gym
Teamsg Adviser of Girls' Health and Physical Education Club.
WILLIAM B. ROTHENBERG, B. S.-Junior High Vocal and Instrumental Music-Direc-
tor of High School Band and Junior High School Chorus.
WOODCSOW K. SCHAADT, A. B.-English-Coach of Dramaticsg Adviser of Dramatics
FRANCIS I. SLACK, B. S.-Home Economicsg General Science-Adviser of Knitting Club.
MILDRED K. STRAUSS, A. B.-Typing-Adviser of Knitting Club.
LEON T. TUTTLE, B. S.-Health, Physical Education-Coach of Basketball, Baseball, and
Gym Teams, Adviser of Boys, Health and Physical Education Club.
EARL WEBER, B. S.-Industrial Arts-Adviser of Leathercraft Club.
CONSTANT H. ZIMMERMAN-Industrial Arts-Adviser of Girls' Shop Club-QRetired
February 1, 19491.
Henry Pennebacker, President
Ruth Wenner, Treasurer
Nancy Wieand, Secretary
John Gulla, Vice President
History of the '49ers
VVhen the class of '49 entered high school, few realized our potentialities in
the scholastic, social, dramatic, and athletic fields. As Freshmen, we couldn't
do too much to prove our worth, but the "lfVelcome Home Minstrel', was a
howling success. It showed a wealth of talent as well as gayly welcoming our
returning war heroes. The timeliness of its theme, snappy songs and dances, all
made for its success. Our last activity was the "Spring Swingf' a wonderful
dance, and to the '49ers, the social event of the year!
We had a vacation!
"Sophisticated Sophomoresa' returned in Fall-fewer in number but so
much wiser. VVe were more socially inclined this year. We gave two dances-
the "Mid-Winter Ballu and "April Showers." Both were grand fun and finan-
cially profitable. Perhaps we studied harder the second year, we definitely gave
the football and basketball teams a boost. It was at the end of this year that we
supplied cheerleaders and color guards for the teams and band, and began to
really make the school know we were an asset.
We needed our vacation! !
On to the "Jaunty Junioru year and new glories. The annual Declamation
Contest was won by Theodore VVieder, a natural for the stage. We began to
realize what talents we were harboring in our midst. We really had a successful
dance when we held the "Cupid's F rolicf, In the Spring, the Junior Prom was
our biggest social event. After all, it was our Hrst formal affair! Ruth Wenner
was queen of the Prom with Catherine Gehman, Dolores Geist, Jean Koenig, and
Sara Ann Mohr as attendants. The Owls Home was beautifully decorated in our
class colors, blue and white, while our flower, the daisy, added just the right
touch to the whole ensemble. No one complained about the farewell dance we
gave the graduating class. And so we ended our third year of high school.
We really needed our vacation! ! !
The steps to the Senior class are gradual and true but we finally arrived and
now know the joys and cares of being "Big Wheels.,, The school was ours!
Daisy Maes and L'il Abners were all over the gym at the "Sadie Hawkinsv
dance. "Path Underwood and "Meddy" Kocis were chosen as the most appro-
priately dressed Daisy Mae and Ifil Abner. Of course, the Senior Class Play,
"Dear Ruth" played four performances and had everyone-cast, committees, and
director in a whirl for weeks. Then we ,49ers gave a "Snow Rushf, a dance which
drew many students and alumni. Saint Valentine was properly feted by our
Valentine Dance. Hearts were thrown around like so much confetti. The
balance of the year was brightened by our field trips to the Court House, the
County Jail, and State Hospital. Our last and best social event was the Senior
Ball, which was held at Castle Gardens on June third.
Then came the serious Baccalaureate Service and the thrill and sadness of
Commencement. And so, one hundred fifty-eight members of the Class of 1949
ended their record in the Emmaus High School annals.
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Left to Right-Fmsfr Row: Althea Kuhns, Joan E. Moyer, Joan D Moyer, Fay Schwar, Patsy
Underwood, hlary Ellen Irwin, Doris Elkins, Elsie Mae Long, lrene Rinker, Joan Stoudt, Elaine
Vogel, Janet llinkle, Edna Brown, Joyce Kline. SECOND ROW: Geraldine DeLong, Ruth We11ne1',
Dolores Geist, Ruth Miller, Jean Biiller, Dorothy Gehman, lVIa1'jorie Dundore, Jane Iobst, Doris
Bliller, Jean Gerhart, Joyce Lobach, Joyce Houseknecht, Martha Micklos. THIRD ROW: Jean
Koenig, Ethel Bauman, Ma1'y Jane llardner, Dorothy Bittenbender, Mary Bower, Shirley W'ilson,
Virginia VVilfinger, Jeanne Daubert, Anna Stoudt, Charleen Reiss, Eleanor Buss, Elinor Kehs,
Doris Eisenhard. FOURTH Row: Carolyn Gould, Helen Ganey, Nancy WVieand, hlartha Gaal,
Jean Raudenlmush, Barbara liichtenwalner, June Eastman, Lucia Ortt, Dorothea Vlahovie,
Pauline Estoek, Mae Borger, Gloria Haines, Betty Schoch. FIFTH Row: Joyce Paulmeir, Jane
Matterri, Gloria Nfeitzler, Elda Scholl, Lois Stephen, Kathleen Greenbaum, Catherine Gehiuan,
Sara Ann Mol11', Clara NVinzer, Stella Mate, Blanche Lauer. SIXTH ROW: Charlotte Eichner,
Ethel lWcElroy, Faye Schantzenbach, Betty Mae Sicher, Waltraut Grueneberg, Pauline Herbster,
Dolores Drucfkenmiller, Margaret Kelchner, Marlene Hieter, Marcene Hersh, hfarlene Diefen-
derfer. Nor PICTUHED: Marilyn Diefenderfer.
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lieft to Rigllt-FIRST ROW: Paul Schmoyer, Burnell Moyer, Stuart Cox, lfVallace Nfusser, Stanley
Meierhoff, Carson Fisher, Leon Neimeyer, NVilson Brown, Edwin Bliller, Leon Bieber, VValter
Stubner, Earl Seip, Samuel Pennebacker, Warren Confer. SECOND Row: Harold Schantz, Richard
Genther, Robert Harman, Paul Weiss, Robert Shafer, llalvern Bitting, Richard Knauss, lVIartin
Godusky, Robert Lohrman, Edward Reese, Richard Biehn, Harold Stratz, Harold Fluck, Gerald
Arndt. Timm Row: Ralph Althouse, Lewis Nlate, Donald Xander, Donald Diehl, Lee Berry,
xvilliillll Gery, Vincent Kline, John Gulla, Jerome Labanz, Carl Kulp, Charles Reinhard, WVillian1
Miller, lNIerritt Keller, Donald Stephen. FOURTH Row: Andrew Toth, Kenneth Stauffer, Stephen
Schuster, Richard fllaudenschlager, Gerald Reese, Glenn Stauffer, Charles Lazor, Roy Paules,
George Lippowitsch, Theodore lvieder, Arnold Fairchild, Paul Merkel, Henry Pennebacker.
FIFTH Row: David Renninger, Frederick lNIiller, Metliodius Kocis, Robert Stauffer, Harry
Lichtenwalner, Arthur Mitchell, John Stoner, Bruce lVagner, Cyrus lNIohr, Clifford Rupp, Howard
Hoffman, Bernard Walters, Kenneth Hohe, Carl Hess. SIXTH ROW: Myron Gackenbach, Ken-
neth Knapp, Robert Schissler, Norman George, Peter Kuzma, Egan Fehnel, James Fegley, Glenn
Apgar, Donald Sicher, WVilbur Funk, Byron Apgar, Daniel Gerhart. I
RALPH J ALTHOUSE JR
34 North Flftll Street
Academlc ' Rocky
Rocky IS one of the leaders of our class IH helght
111 basketball and 111 scholastxc standlng He IS very co11
sc1ent1ous 111 h1s work and l1as all unusu xl sense of humor
Ralph has numerous amb1t1ons He IS C01'1Sld6llI1g '1
hterary career law t63Cl11I'1g 01 government servxce Any
thlng l1e does l1e wlll do well
The T-tttler QClass Ed1t0P, 3 Basketball 2 3 Track 2 3
Chorus 2 3 Chess and Checkers Club 2 Debatmg Club 5
SALLY L ANDREWS
Carefree and gay best d8SC11b6 Sally The t1me she
be exaggeratmg to say that she hkes school however
Andy makes lt fun for all T111s coupled u 1th a deter
mmed mmd w1ll be the reason fOl her success ln her
planned future of 111ter1or decoratlng Good luck Sally
Glrls Shop Club 2 Knlttlng Club 3
BYRON J APGAR
013 WValnut Street
Small blonde a11d full of l'IllSCll18l best descr1be Byron
H1s many performances Wlth the Gym Team have show11
l1lS perfect coordlnatlon and grace and have proven h1m a
good athlete He IS usually found IH the company of h1s
brother Glenn Byron s HlI1bllZlOIl IS to become a sa1lo1 and
study electrxcal 9l1g11l6eI'lIlg Lots of luck IH the futule
Gym Team 1 2 3 Gym Club 2 3 Health and Physlcal
l dllfiltltlll Club 7 3
GLENN W APGAR
613 Walnut Street
We ww 1ll remember Glenn for l11s shy11ess wlnnlng
smrle congenlal personahty and well groomed appearance
He has shown ln ma11y Gym Team performances hls
ablllty and unusual talent as a gymnast After graduatmn
Glenn NX 1ll be found wxth a group of lus fr1ends leavlng to
Joln Uncle Sam s Navy Slllp ahoy sa1lorl
Gym Team 1 2 3 Health and Phys1cal Educatlon
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AA GERALD M. ARNDT
Emrnaus, Route 1
This attractive fellow is one of the more popular boys in
our class, especially with the fairer sex. He possesses a
hearty, masculine laugh by which he can be identified.
Like many of the boys in our class, he spends a lot of time
on his car. After graduation, he hopes to become a
Monitor Club 2, 39 Gym Club 23 Leathercraft Club 3.
ETHEL R. BAUMAN
1274 Pennsylvania Avenue
Ethel, an ardent gum chewer, is audible at a distance
because of her boisterous laugh. Found at all sports
activities and other social functions, Ethel is a congenial
friend to all. Success and happiness most certainly will be
hers in any attempt she may make in life.
The Tattler fClub Editorj 33 Hi Jeff CTypistj 33 Knitting
Club 2, 3.
LEE L. BERRY
This polite, good-looking lad is known to all. "Woody's',
main interests are hunting and Hshing. He excels as a third
baseman on the Alburtis baseball team. He is always
ready to lend a helping hand, with a friendly smile. With
these assets to his credit, the future looks bright.
Baseball Q, 3g Card Club Q3 Scabbard and Blade Club 3.
LEON E. BIEBER
Vocational ' 'Pappy' '
This talkative but modest fellow has a great interest in
mechanics. He likes totinker with cars in his spare time.
After graduation, he hopes to join a branch of the armed
forces, probably the Air Corps. We feel sure he will be a
credit to our school no matter what his future occupation
Boys' Cooking Club QQ Health and Physical Education
RICHARD L BIEHN
1454 Pennsylvamt Avenue
Here we have the Jokester ol tl1e Vocatlonal sectlon
Most ol ll1S tlme IS spent Ill the plllltlflg department or lll
Mr Heller s ofhce Rlchard s iuburn ll'I.1l' a11d short
stature make h1m xx ell known a11d eas1ly 1dent1fied Hls
pet amusements are auto 1nd cycle races He hopes to be
'1 mechamc and enter the t1uck1ng buslness
'11ack1 Clfd Club 2 ICItll6lCl'lft 3
DOROTHY J BITTENBENDER
423 North St1eet
A lovely glrl clever and bflgllt descrlbes our Dot
She IS a remarkably smooth dancer and has an 1I1S'1tlabl6
love of mus1c Dot has a da1nty sens1t1ve touch and a
taste for artlstlc CXPFBSSIOD Her vu 1d 1m'1g1nat1o11 11111
help her 111 her career ot c0mmerc1al art
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MALVERN R BITTING
6-10 Walnut Street
ThIS brown halred good 11atured lad aln ays has a sm1le
for everyone Malvern hkes anythlng pertalnlng to muslc
1nd IS often seen playmg Wlth the Leglon Drum and Bugle
Corps He IS sometnnes heard telhng h1s not so humorous
Jokes We know he 11 1ll be an ldeal Leatherneck f0l
Band 1 Q Concert Orchestra 1 2 Dance Orchest1 1 1 Q
Glee Clubl 0 .3 Chorusl 2 3 Smbbard 1nd Blade Club
MAE J BORGER
Undel a calm and pO1SCd manner IS tl11s surpr1s1ngly
wltty and fr1endly lass Her favonte past1me IS dr1v1ng
l1er Dad s car Although sl1e IS an accomphshed planlst
Mae finds tune to read and sw1m She 19 also an adro1t
knltter Because ol excellent ab1l1ty she 11111 succeed 1n
the secret'1r1al field
Glee Club 1 Chorus 1 Q 5 Kmttmg Club 2 5
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MARY S. BOWER
Emmaus, Route 1
Mary is one of the quietest girls in our class. She is a
very attractive lass with brown hair and eyes, a well-
groomed appearance, and a sparkling personality. She's
quite energetic when it comes to skating or dates. Her
ambition is to be a good housewife for a certain fellow.
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Girl Reserves CPresidentD Q, Knitting
EDNA L. BROWN
544 Dalton Street
Commercial ' Brownie"
Tall, slender, blonde with interesting eyes, that's
"Brownie.', She is always in a gay mood, as is evident by
her constant chattering, humming, or singing. "Brownie"
makes use of her excess energy by swimming, dancing,
horseback riding and practicing for the Gym Team. She is
usually seen with her inseparable pal "Shorty." Good
The Tattler CClass Editorj 3, Gym Team 1, 2, 3, Chorus 3,
Health and Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3.
WILSON S. BROWN
544 Dalton Street
Here is a well-groomed, popular Senior who is at most of
our school dances. His favorite pastimes are driving his
fatheris Ford, going with girls, and singing. He hopes to
enter a naval radio and television school. We are sure he
will succeed in any field he may enter.
Football lg Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Chorus 1, 2, 3, Student
Council 1, 2, Scabbard and Blade Club 3, "Pickaninny
ELEANOR M. BUSS
Emmaus, Route 1
This brown-haired, smart dresser, and friend to all is
none other than Eleanor. She enjoys swimming, ice-
skating, reading, asking questions, and Hpestingf' Her
congenial personality, plus her ability for hair styling, will
bring her great success in her chosen field of hairdressing.
Glee Club lg Chorus 1, 2, 3g Student Council 13 Knitting
Club 2, Girls, Shop Club 3.
WARREN R. CONFER
Here is a quiet boy of the Senior class, who is well-liked
by all who know him. His leisure time is spent hunting
and fishing, but he still finds time to be a conscientious
student. Woodworking is one of his favored hobbies.
Confer will surely succeed in his chosen career.
Boys, Cooking Club Qg Scabbard and Blade Club 3.
STUART A. COX
Alburtis, Route 1
This tall, blonde fellow is gifted with a smooth line and
a diplomatic manner which will surely help him along in
life. His chief interest lies in track, in which he has had
great success during his three years at high school. How-
ever, he is interested in all outdoor sports. He expects to
join the armed forces after graduation.
Football 2g Track 1, 2, 35 Gym Team 2, 3, Band 1g Glee
Club Q, 3g Chorus 1, Q, 3g Varsity "En Club Qg Dramatics
Club 23 Health and Physical Education Club 3.
J EANNE F. DAUBERT
Academic ' 'J eannie' '
"Jeannie," attractive and smartly-dressed, is often
heard playing the piano, especially during our assembly
programs. Among her hobbies, archery, pencil sketching,
and music take up most of her time. Besides this, she is
industrious, intelligent, modest, and a loyal friend.
Concert Orchestra 1, Q, 33 Dance 0rCl1GSlLra 1, 2, 35 Glee
Club 13 Chorus CPianistD 1, 2, 34 Knitting Club Q5 Home
Nursing Club 3.
GERALDINE G. DeLONG '
Q03 South Fourth Street
Petite and studious, "Gerry" participates in many
activities. She enjoys listening to the radio, and is inter-
ested in sports and swimming. H'er love of music is shown
in her ability to play both organ and piano. Her charming
smile and cheery attitude have won her many friends. We
wish her success in teaching.
Giee Club lg Chorus 1, 35 Knitting Club Q5 Home Nursing
MARILYN D. DIEFENDERFER
Commercial ' 'Lynn' '
Brown hair, blue eyes, and a pleasing personality best
describe our "Lynn." When not rambling around, you
can see her with her inseparable friend, "Kuhnsie." Danc-
ing, swimming, skating, and accompanying "I-Iankw in
his "Chevy" are her favorite pastimes. Here's wishing her
luck and happiness in the future.
Knitting Club 3g Girls' Shop Club 2.
MARLENE D. DIEFENDERFER
Petite, with sparkling blue eyes, describes this eye-
catching blonde. Dancing and going to the movies keep
her quite busy. With her pleasing personality, pleasant
sense of humor, and understanding, we are sure she will be
successful as a competent wife.
Student Council 1, Q, CTreasurerj 33 Girls' Shop Club QQ
Knitting Club 3.
DONALD L. DIEHL
131 Clinton Street X
Donald is a very reliable and industrious lad who works
at "Craumer,sH after school. Besides being one of the
ubrainsl' of the Senior class, he is an interested member of
the lllonitor Club and other school activities. After gradu-
ation he would like to enter the field of merchandising.
Monitor Club Q, 3g Drarnatics Club QQ Arts and Crafts
DOLORES D. DRUCKENMILLER
Ernmaus, Route 1
Dolores is quiet, cheerful, and friendly to everyone.
She is an ardent sports fan and an excellent knitter. Her
interests also include reading and going to dances. She has
no special future planned, but we all know that she will
succeed in whatever she chooses.
Grlee Club 15 Chorus 1, 2, 3, Knitting Club Q, 3.
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MARJORIE LEE DUNDORE
Q41 Ridge Street
With a sweet, innocent smile and a wonderful person-
ality, "lNIargie" is always ready for a good time. As
KiMiTi3lDi, in "Dear Ruth," she proved her ability as a
capable actress. Having a love for small children, "Mar-
gie" will make an excellent kindergarten teacher.
Hi Jeff fCirculation Managerj Q, 3, "Dear Ruth" 3, Color
Guard 3g Glee Club lg Library Club l, Qg Dramatics Club
Q, Knitting Club QTreasurerD 33 "Pickaninny Parade" Q.
JUNE M. EASTMAN
119 North Third Street
Known to us as "Chubby," she is ambitious, jovial, and
Witty. Her sense of humor has won her many friends in
and out of school. Junels hobbies are swimming, music,
and attending the movies. She is an ardent rooter at all
Ernmaus High games. Her ambition is to wear the white
uniform of a nurse.
CHARLOTTE L. EICHNER
QQQ North Street
An industrious person of few Words is Charlotte. Shc
has dark hair, a winning smile alld many friends. Needle-
craft, i11 the form of knitting and crochetiug, keep her
skilled hands busy. These arts are sure to be of help to
her in her future activities and she will succeed in Whatever
Knitting Club Q, 3.
DORIS F. EISENHARD
Tall, dark-haired Doris, in addition to her sparkling
personality, is a whiz at Commercial arithmetic. She is
always willing to aid her classmates whenever they need
her help. Having a part-time job, attending games, talk-
ing, and going to the movies, take up much of her time.
Her future is not yet planned.
Cafeteria Q3 Girls' Shop Club Q, 3.
"Dear Ruth" 3g Knitting Club Q 3 Cafeteria Q 3
a fashion designer.
Home Nursing Club 3
ARNOLD R. FAIRCHILD
A member of the Alburtis gang, this fellow spends most
of his spare time in Diehl's store. "Bup" is a great hockey
fan and frequently attends games at Hershey Park. He is
quiet, that is, until he gets into the shop. His future is
undecided, but with l1is ability in shop he would be a
Conservation and lVild Life Club Qg Leathercraft Club 3.
JAMES H. FEGLEY
527 South Second Street
One of the huskiest boys in school, this fellow is in-
dustrious but slow in movement. 'Tat' has a mischievous
nature and is very friendly to all. He is an interested fan
of football and basketball. "Fat,s" future ambition is to
become a railroad engineer.
Arts and Crafts Club Qg Conservation and Wild Life Club 3.
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DORIS E ELKINS
Smartly-dressed in the latest styles Doris spends most
of her time in the S6W1!lg room becoming quite an accom
plished seamstress. Doris the Louella Parsons of the
Senior class, is known for her 1nf xlhble information We
are sure her fine appreciation of styles will enable hel to be
The Tattler CAssociate ldltorl 5 H1 Jeff Reporter 2
Gym Team 1, 2, 33 Coloi Guard 2 3 Glee Club 1 Chorus
25 Library Club 1, Q Health ind Physical Education
Club Q, 33 "Pickaninny P lrade 2
PAULINE C ESTOCK
417 South Fourth Street
The crown of red l1a1r O11 tl11S Senior lass IS her out
standing feature. She has quite a sense of humor but IS
very studious. Collecting yellow slips and going to the
movies take up a great deal of her time Friendhness with
the teachers and classmates IS sure to make her a success
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EGAN M. FEHNEL
93Q Chestnut Street
Six-foot two, eyes of blue, that's "Speedy." His
original ideas and Irish temper get him into many an argu-
ment. "Speedy's" pastime is spent following college and
professional sports, loafing at "Krause's" and coaching his
"Nuggets'l basketball team. Although his future is un-
decided he is destined to succeed.
The Tattler CSports Editorj 3g Leathercraft Club 35 Con-
servation and Wild Life Club 2.
CARSON G. FISHER
651 Walnut Street
A friend to all, Fisher is often seen but seldom heard.
Although digging graves is his dismal work, he is always
ready for a good laugh. He enjoys sports, developing pic-
tures, and taking his inseparable girlfriend for a ride.
Student Council 1, Q, 35 Leathercraft Club 3.
HAROLD E. FLUCK
Although reserved and modest, "Hal" is sometimes
subtly mischievous. A great deal of his spare time is spent
in going to the movies or attending sports events. He is
especially enthusiastic about football. His foremost desire
is to become a member of tl1e United States Marines, a
worthy ambition indeedl
Football lg Chess and Checkers Club 2g Scabbard a11d
Blade Club 3.
WILBUR H. FUNK
"Funkie" is an all-round fellow if there ever was one.
This happy-go-lucky lad is a loyal member of the Macungie
Bears football team. "Funkie" expects to make his livli-
hood in the Macungie Printing House where he is presently
employed. His friendliness will enable him to be a great
The Tattler CAdvertising Managerj 3, Honeymoon Voyage
MARTHA T. GAAL
578 Jubilee Street
Feeling blue? Not for long if "Mouse" is in the crowd.
She's our happy-go-lucky kid with the pretty blue eyes.
"Mouse" shows her pep and spirit by playing guard for the
Green and Gold Lassies and has an ever-present attitude
of friendliness. Here's wishing you a world of success and
The Tattler CClub Editorj 35 Hi Jeff CTypistj 3g Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3g Gym Team 1, Q, 3g Health and Physical Educa-
tion Club 23 Varsity "E" Club 3.
MYRON C. GACKENBACH
One of the quiet students from Room Three, lNIyron is
continuously questioning things which are said. Having a
hidden amiability, Myron, a great admirer of Lawrence
Olivier, is one of the few male members of the Senior class
to appreciate good music. After graduation, Myron plans
to go to college although he has not as yet chosen a par-
Science Club Q, Conservation and Wild Life Club 3.
HELEN A. GANEY
612 Broad Street
One of the most skillful and efficient guards on the
girls' basketball team is Helen, who follows all sports
events. She is congenial, talkative, nonchalant and has a,
habit of arriving at her destination at the very last minute.
VVe know Helen would like to be a woman detective and
feel that she has the qualifications to fulfill her ambition.
Hi Jeff CReporterD 2, CSports Editorj 3g Basketball 1, 2, 33
Gym Team 1, 2, 3, Varsity "E" Club 3, Health and
Physical Education Club Q.
CATHERINE B. GEHMAN
Macungie, Route 1
Both attractive and popular, "Cathy', has dark eyes
which are her most individual trait. Her friendly smile
and neat appearance win her many friends. Her leisure
time is spent knitting, playing the piano, swimming, and
attending sports events. Her pleasing personality will
advance her in her chosen career, nursing.
The Tattler QClass Editorj 39 Glee Club 2, Chorus 1, 35
Monitor Club Q, 3, Knitting Club 2, 3.
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DOROTHY F. GEHMAN
566 Chestnut Street
"Sugar and spice and everything nice" with a pleasing
smile, hearty laugh, and strong determinationg ideal combi-
nations for a charming nurse. "Dottie's" small stature is
no hindrance to her gymnastic ability. In her spare time
she usually indulges in her favorite activity-sports.
Basketball 23 Gym Team 1, Q, 35 Gym Club Q3 Girl
DOLORES E. GEIST
194 North Fifth Street
This attractive lass is argumentative, ambitious, and
has a pleasing personality which has won her many friends.
"Dolly" has proven her athletic ability by being a star on
our Varsity basketball team for two years. Dancing, swim-
ming, and eating ice cream occupy most of her spare time.
ive know "Dolly" will make a charming, efficient nurse.
The Tattler CSports Editorl 3g Basketball 1, Q, 33 Glee
Club 1, QQ Chorus 35 Nlonitor Club 2, CSecretaryj 33
Library Club 1, 25 Health and Physical Education Club
CVice Presiclentj Q3 Varsity "EH Club 33 Gym Club 1, 2, 3.
RICHARD D. GENTHER
Macungie, Route 1
A ve1'y versatile young 1112.11 callecl "Dick" is known for
his devilish laugh in the auditorium when everybody is
quiet. This muscular, brown-eyed athlete has a smile for
everyone. "Dick', has many interests in hunting, canoeing,
and school sports. His future is undecided, but we know
l1e is bou11d to land on the road to happiness.
Football 1, 2, 35 Track 1, Q, 3g Student Council 1, Q, 3g
Varsity "Eu Club 2, QVice Presidentj 3.
NORMAN P. GEORGE
Second and Ridge Street
"Ted,,' one of the diminutive members of our class, is
well-known for the looks he gives girls with his brown
eyes. His size is in no way proportional to his boisterous
and unrestrained nature. His spare time is spent in helping
i11 his father's greenhouse and going to the movies. We feel
sure he will be a success following his fatheris footsteps.
Monitor Club 2, 33 Science Club 25 Chess and Checkers
DANIEL C. GERHART
327 Adrain Street
Although possessing a sense of humor, "Danny,' is
nevertheless courteous and somewhat restrained. Swim-
ming and dancing rank high on his list of achievements.
"Danny's', studious look should not mislead us because
his mischievous manner contradicts this. Riding around
with his pals occupies most of his time. His future is un-
certain, but there is a possibility of an Air Force uniform.
Scabbard and Blade Club 2, 3.
JEAN H. GERHART
912 Chestnut Street
This mischievous and talkative girl with a boisterous
laugh is always getting into dificult situations. A sports
fan, she attends all school events. Her friendliness and
amiable disposition make her a character to those who
know her Well. Most of her spare time is spent in gossiping
with her friends. Although undecided about her future,
we know she will succeed.
Chorus Ig Knitting Club 25 Gym Team 33 "Pickaninny
Parade' 25 Cafeteria 3.
WILLIAM P. GERY
Well-known as a member of the Alburtis gang, "Peter"
is also the walking arsenal and distributor of chewing gum
for his classmates. "Peter,' passes his time at Diehl's
store, going to the movies, or playing with the Alburtis
football team. He has the makings of a shrewd business
Student Council 1, 23 Card Club 23 Scabbard and Blade
328 South Twelfth Street
This industrious fellow is one of the smallest in the
Senior class. "Mart " a reciates a ood 'oke and
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usually has one to offer in return. Most of his time is spent
in hunting and trapping. His ability in shop will enable
him to excel in his future career of woodworking.
Conservation and VVild Life Club 2, 3.
547 Evergreen Street
Usually wandering through the halls after the last bell
has rung is our nonchalant "Carr." Although punctuality
is a weak point, her neat appearance and mischievous per-
sonality counteract this. Her favorite hobbies are horse-
back riding, dancing, and visiting Ocean City. She in-
tends to enter the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and
The Tattler CAdvertising Managerj 34 Basketball l, 23
Glec Club 35 Science Club 23 Arts and Crafts Club CTrca-
KATHLEEN F. GREENBAUM
Allentown, Route Q
Talking and flirting, this attractive, vivacions lass, has,
in the two years since her transfer from Allentown High,
gained many friends. She is artistically inclined. Danc-
ing, music, Zllld visiting the Poconos consume her leisure
time. "Kathy" dreams of becoming a successful career
woman with a cozy apartment and having friends by the
The Tattler CBusiness Managerj 33 Basketball 3g Gym
Team Q, 3g Glee Club Q, 33 Chorus Q3 Arts and Crafts
Club 2, 3.
WALTRAUT H. GRUENEBERG
EIHIIIHLIS, Route 1
"Wally" is one of our cheerful, friendly, and good-
natured girls. Sewing, knitting, dancing and letter writing
are her favorite hobbies. Baseball rates highest in sports
for her, which explains her attendance at the Allentown
Cardinal games. With l1er ability as a secretary, we know
she will succeed.
Glee Club 13 Chorus 1, Q, 3, Knitting Club 2, 3.
JOHN J. GULLA
542 Minor Street
"Johnny," of the inseparable pair, "Gulla and Labanz,"
will always be remembered for his excellent performances
in our assembly programs. This sincere and winning per-
sonality has captured the Vice Presidency of our Senior
class. His ability to meet and make friends will surely
bring him success.
Class Vice President 2, 3, Concert Orchestra lg Dance
Orchestra lg Scabbard and Blade Club 2, 3.
Hi Jeff flteporterl Q, 3g Knitting Club 2g Home Nursing
GLORIA M. HAINES
Macungie, Route 1
Lol a congenial, good-natured lass of the "forty-
ninersnl She enjoys gallivanting around in her Dad's
"Chevy"-inight we say-dangerously. Adept at needle-
work, she spends most of her leisure time in bettering this
ability. We are positive that Gloria will become a com-
petent kindergarten teacher because of her complete under-
standing of children. Best of luck to her!
MARY JANE M. HARDNER
Allentown, Route 2
Energy plus-that's Mary Jane! A happy-go-lucky
girl with a smile for everyone. Her musical ability has won
her the honor of being the only Senior girl in the band.
With her witty remarks she adds zest to her classes and
extra-curricular activities. This foretells a happy and
The Tattler CClub Editorl 33 Band 1, Q, 3, Chorus 35 Girls'
Shop Club QQ Health and Physical Education Club 3.
ROBERT G. HARMAN
330 North Second Street
"Bobby" sports a happy-go-lucky attitude both in
classes and in late locker room sessions. Saturday nights,
he fills the role of a suave, mysterious cavalier gliding
through the darkness in a gilded Plymouth. This boy with
ultra-modern methods is distinguished by his avidlattrac-
tion to the opposite sex.
Football fManagerj 2, 3, Basketball fManagerj 1, 2, 3, Band
1, Q, 3, Chorus 2, Varsity "EH Club EZ, 3g "Pickaninny
Parade" 2. -
PAULINE P. HERBSTER
Emmaus, Route 1
Pauline, with her pleasant disposition and pleasing
smile, has won many friends. She is often found with her
girlfriend, lfValtraut, cheering for the Allentown Cardinals.
She also likes to knit and attend school functions. Al-
though her future is still undecided, we know she will be a
success in whatever she chooses.
Chorus Q, 39 Knitting Club 2, 3.
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MARCENE N. HERSH
544 Seem Street
"Marcy," a tall attractive girl, has a certain knack for
getting into trouble. She is witty and has a very loquacious
nature. Her friendly disposition has won her many friends.
Among "Marcy's" activities, swimming and dancing rate
highest. We are all sure she will make an efficient secretary
to some lucky employer.
Knitting Club 33 Girls' Shop Club 2.
CARL D. HESS
Boisterous, talkative, and out-spokeng thatls "Hessie."
Although most of his time is taken up working at Acker's
Garage, he still finds time to play golf, football, and to
lend his musical talent any time, anywhere. He usually is
talking to the opposite sex. His rugged physique should
make him an excellent Marine.
Football lg Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Chorus l, 2, 3, Conservation
and Wild Life Club 2g Health and Physical Education Club
35 "Pickaninny Parade" 2.
MARLENE D. HIETER
Short, blonde, and very attractive "Juddy" came to us
from Topton in our Junior year. She is an ardent rooter for
all sports and is well-liked by all for her pleasing person-
ality and smooth dancing. Although she has no definite
plans for the future, we are sure she will find success in
whatever she may do.
Chorus 25 Knitting Club Q, 3.
JANET C. HINKLE
4Q9 North Street
This attractive, hazel-eyed girl is a good friend to
everyone because of her friendly personality. She is very
fond of dancing, swimming and ice-skating. Being demon-
strative, plus having a good sense of humor, will enable her
to become the ideal wife for some future modern farmer.
Student Council l, Q, 33 Knitting Club 2, 3g Cafeteria 3.
HOWARD J. HOFFMAN
203 North Third Street
"Howie," one of the musicians in the school band, is a
very capable trornbonist. He had the honor of represent-
ing Emmaus High School in the Dist1'ict Band Meet at
Lansford. He spends rnost of his time dancing and seeing
movies. "Howie" has no future planned, but We are sure
he will go far with his ambitions.
Basketball 3, Chorus 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, Band 1, Q, 33
Chess and Checkers Club 2, 3.
KENNETH M. HOHE
33 North Fourth Street
Occasionally a pest, he is generally respected and
sociable. This talkative and mischievous joker possesses
a very unusual sense of humor. He is also an accomplished
clarinetist and plans to attend college. Characteristic of
his nature he has made no plans for a career.
Declamation Contest 23 Track3gBand 1, 2 CVice Presidentb
85 Concert Orchestra Q, 3g Dance Orchestra 2, 33 Chor-
us 2, 33 Dramatics Club 23 Chess and Checkers Club 33
"Pickaninny Parade" 2.
C. JOYCE HOUSEKNECHT
47 South Fifth Street
This poised, candid miss spends most of her time work-
ing on the Hi Jeff. She is constantly amazing her class-
mates with her extensive vocabulary. Joyce's hobbies are
knitting, playing the piano, and tumbling. Her unseliish-
ness and friendliness will undoubtedly aid her in her
Hi Jeff QReporterj Q, CPage Editorl 3g Basketball 3g Gym
Team 1, 2, 33 Color Guard Q, 3, Glee Club 1, 25 Chorus 33
Library Club 1, 2, Health and Physical Education Club Q3
Knitting Club 3.
JANE S. IOBST
316 North Second Street
This pretty, petite lass is well-known for her pleasant
smile and cheerful disposition. The art course in this
school is only the beginning of the fulfillment of her desire,
that of being a dress designer. With obvious artistic
ability, we do not see how she can possibly fail in her
Hi .Teil CCartoonistj QQ Glee Club 2, 3g Chorus 2, Monitor
Club 2, 3g Arts and Crafts Club CTreasurerJ 2, 3.
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MARY ELLEN IRWIN
414 North Second Street
Academic Mary Ellen
Born to be a model-destined to be a lawyer, this com-
petent Editor-in-Chief has, by her poise, intelligence, and
culture, won the respect of both faculty and classmates.
Although good books and classical music entice her, she is
an avid swimmer and "prom trotter." Mary Ellen will
enter Dickinson College in fall.
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Club 1, 23 Dramatics Club Q, Debating Club QSecretary-
ELINOR M. KEHS
East Main Street
Zoom!-there goes "Casey" in her Dad's "Olds," Dark-
haired and attractive, "Casey', is known for her winning
smile and charming personality. A lover of sports and
devotee of dancing, she usually attends all school functions.
Elinor was the leader of tl1e Majorettes during her Senior
Majorette 1, Q, 3, Girls' Shop Club Q, 3.
MARGARET A. KELCHNER
Dependable and always ready with a smile, Margaret
doesn't go in for active sports, but is a good sport herself.
She is an enthusiastic movie fan and is one of the less mis-
chievous persons in the class. May she succeed in her
Glee Club 13 Chorus 1, Q, 33 Knitting Club Q5 Girls' Shop
MERRITT K. KELLER
Zionsville, Route 1
Good looks, reticence, combined with a winning smile-
thatls Keller. His pastimes are roller-skating, his favorite,
and hunting. He is an outstanding sprinter on the track
team, but still finds time to captain the Monitor Club.
Enlisting in the United States Navy seems to be his goal.
Track 1, 2, 35 Monitor Club 2 CCaptainl 3g Scabbard and
Blade Club 2, 3.
JOYCE E. KLINE
645 Evergreen Street
This poised, neat appearing girl is one of our talented
art students. One of her outstanding features is a slow-
but-sure method of getting things done. Her neatness and
versatility will make Joyce a gift to the nursing profession.
Arts and Crafts Club CSecretaryD 3g Science Club Q.
VINCENT H. KLINE
338 Broad Street
"WinnieU is one of the well-groomed fellows in the
Senior class. He is a hard working Industrial Arts student
and very efficiently collaborated in the construction of the
Senior Class Play scenery. He hopes to be a carpenter, a
job for which he is especially well suited.
Health and Physical Education Club 2, 33 Gym Club 2, 3.
KENNETH G. KNAPP
Emmaus, Route 1
Academic ' 'Chicky' '
"Chicky,,, the likable and spirited Fifth Street terror,
says and does the wrong things at the right time. Being a
jokester causes him to be branded an idler by the teachers.
He is very susceptible to tricks inflicted by his many
friends. His main hope is to become an engineer after
RICHARD F. KNAUSS
This placid, intelligent boy will surely be a good citizen
and a credit to his class. His honesty and loyalty commend
him as a friend. He can argue in a friendly way without
anger. "Knobby,s" modesty is an asset to his friendly
personality. His strategy in chess is unpredictable and
often brilliant. His future is undecided, but he will be
respected in anything he undertakes.
Monitor Club Q, CLieutenantj 35 Chess and Checkers Club
2: Leathercraft Club 3.
Scabbard and Blade Club 2 3
METHODIUS J. KOCIS
580 South Sixth Street
What is that noise? It's only "Meddy" trying to beat
that 8:30 bell. This tall, bashful, brown-eyed Romeo with
the Southern drawl is a star on the basketball and baseball
teams as well as in the classroom. His catching person-
ality promises him a lucrative practice in dentistry.
Football QManagerj 1, 23 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, Q, 33
Scabbard and Blade Club 2g Leathercraft Club 3.
JEAN A. KOENIG
Petite, intelligent, and likable, "Jeanie" is a persistent
talker. Enthusiastic actions of her hands express what
she will say next. She is a friend to everyone, a peppy
cheerleader, and a speedy forward on the basketball team.
Her future is not definitely planned, but her ambition is
to be a laboratory technician.
The Tattler CCirculation Managerj 35 Basketball 2, 35 Gym
Team 1, 2, 33 Cheerleader 2, 3g Chorus 1, 3g Student Coun-
cil 1, 2, CSecretaryD 33 Monitor Club 2, 35 Health and
Physical Education Club QSecretaryD 2, Varsity "E" Club
ALTHEA L. KUHNS
Dark hair, beautiful green eyes, and a sparkling person-
ality describe our "Kuhnsie." She is an ardent lover of
the movies and the radio, and she also enjoys playing
piano. She would like to be a beautician, but her engage-
ment is more of an indication of her future. WVhatever she
attempts we know that she will succeed.
Girls' Shop Club 2, Knitting Club 3.
CARL R. KULP I
623 Walnut Street
This all-round fellow is one whose laughter, noise, and
wise-cracking attract everyone's attention, even Mr.
Heller's. His musical ability has made him a valuable
asset to our class. Among his hobbies, swimming and
bowling take up most of his spare time. Anticipating a
business of his own is his ambition.
Band 1, Q, 33 Concert Orchestra Q, 3g Dance Orchestra 2, 3g
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus 23 Boys' Cooking Club 2g Health
and Physical Education Club 3.
PETER P. KUZMA
553 Minor Street
A very blunt fellow who is always saying something
when he is not supposed to is our "Pete." He is constantly
being reprimanded. He takes great interest in golf. "Pete"
is an excellent carpenter, shown by the scenery for "Dear
Ruthf' Peter hopes to make good in the Held of car-
Conservation and Wild Life Club 3.
JEROME J. LABANZ
577 Furnace Street
An all-around athlete, "Jerry" has seen much action
at many baseball and basketball games. Known for his
artistry on the accordion, "Jerry" has delighted many
audiences. His perseverance and capability have acquired
for him the friendship of the class. Success is his in the
Football CManagerj 1, 2g Basketball 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2,
3g Scabbard and Blade Club CPresidentl 2, 3g Concert
Orchestra lg Dance Orchestra 1.
RICHARD C. LAUDENSCHLAGER
519 Minor Street
Small and energetic is "Peanuts", our reliable second
baseman and capable performer on the basketball team.
"Peanuts" is usually seen at "Weida's" with the gang,
giving them his usual line. In the classroom he ranks with
the best of students and with his abilities he will succeed.
Football lg Basketball 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Varsity "E"
Club 23 Leathercraft Club 3.
BLANCHE E. LAUER
Macungie, Route 1
Tall, dark-haired and a friendly disposition, describes
Blanche. She is always laughing and being quite mis-
chievous with the girls from Room Five Skating, movies,
and talking are her favorite pastimes. Blanche tells us her
future is undecided, but we know she will accomplish what-
ever she attempts.
Glee Club 13 Chorus lg Girl Reserves 2, 33 Cafeteria 2.
Q. ,- h Q Caro- A
Macungie, Route 1
Quiet and restrained, this good-natured fellow is every-
one's friend. Outdoor life seems to be his forte, with hunt-
ing his favorite hobby. Driving his father's car and attend-
ing movies take up his spare time. We know he will make
an excellent machinist because of his thoroughness and
BARBARA J. LICHTENWALNER
143 North Fifth Street
An attractive, blue-eyed blonde is "Babs," a carefree
lass who enjoys going to sports events, especially football.
She spends her evenings soda-jerking at Weida's Luncheon-
ette, dancing, and going to the movies. Swimming is her
main interest during the summer. She plans to attend
Allentown Business College.
Glee Club 1, Q, Chorus 1, 3g Knitting Club Q, 3, Gym Club
39 "Pickaninny Parade" 2.
Conservation and Wild Life Club 0 .5
HARRY S. LICHTENWALNER
Macungie, Route 1
This dark-haired, smiling fellow, like so many others
in our class, has his mind set on mechanics. He enjoys
tinkering with machinery, preferably his own car, which
he drives to school daily. He is a good sport and always
takes a joke good-naturedly.
Health and Physical Education Club 33 Boys' Cooking
GEORGE K. LIPPOWITSCH
691 Walnut Street
"Libby's" amiable personality has won the adection of
many a student throughout his high school days. His neat
appearance helps to make him outstanding. He can be
seen at many of our school sports events and functions.
His favorite sports are swimming and ice-skating. Don't
be surprised to see him as a participant in the Ice Follies!
Boys' Cooking Club QQ Conservation and Wild Life Club 3.
g JOYCE L. P. LOBACH
Joyce is a happy-go-lucky member of our class. She is
always seen talking and laughing with her many friends.
She enjoys football games, writing letters, and driving in a
grey Dodge. Joyce tells us her future is undecided but we
know a certain fellow is already making plans for her.
Cafeteria 2, Girls' Shop Club 2, Girl Reserves 3g Glee Club
lg Chorus 1.
ROBERT C. LOHRMAN
Soeiable but quiet, "Bobby,' hails from Macungie.
Wlhen he is not at our social affairs, he spends his time
driving his Dad's car. A line horseman, he goes riding for
pleasure. Although his tenor voice is sure to secure him
fame, his future is assured in the business world.
Boys, Cooking Club 2, Glee Club Q, 35 Chorus 1, Q, 33
"Pickaninny Parade" Q: Honeymoon Voyage Club 3.
ELSIE MAE LONG
6 North Third Street
This blonde, blue-eyed gal spends much of her time in
the gym as manager of the basketball team. Having varied
interests, "Shorty" likes most of all dancing, swimming,
and horseback riding. VVith her pleasing personality we
are sure she will continue to go far in the world.
The Tattler CSports Editorj 33 Basketball CMa11agerD 1, Q,
3, Varsity "E" Club 33 Gym Club 2.
GIZILLA R. MATE
Ernmaus, Route 1
The eheerfulness and diligence of "Stella," plus her
candid personality, have won her many friends. Her out-
standing ability in the art of crocheting is well known
throughout the school. An admirer of the out-of-doors,
she spends many Sundays hiking. Traveling is one of her
Knitting Club Q, 3.
qi: "' 5
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a farm of his own.
Club 2, fTreasurerJ3
ETHEL M. MCELROY
South Second Street
Black hair, congenial with a quick temper-that's
"Irish." She is one of the more quiet members of our
class. When not occupied with her favorite hobby, roller-
skating, she is going to movies, knitting, or collecting
records. "Irish', hopes to be a good housewife for a certain
Girls' Shop Club 23 Knitting Club 3.
STANLEY B. MEIERHOFF, JR.
132 North Fourth Street
This handsome, blonde chap is the "chief" of the
Vocational section's printing department. "Sandy', is
always working-at "Dundore's" Kas Junior Pharmacistj,
as a gas station attendant, on his own car, or dating girls.
He has been a member of the Naval Reserve for some time
and his future seems to point along that line.
"Dear Ruth" 39 Card Club 2.
LEWIS F MATE
Lmmaus Route 1
Quiet, shy, and modest describe Louie pretty well
He is one of the more industrious students in our class
Most of his spare time is devoted to farming and hunting
Being interested in agriculture he plans one day to have
Conservation and Wild Life Club Q .3
JANE A MATTERN
Secretarial ' 'Buster
Jane is one of the more reserved members of our class
Calm and poised, best describe Buster Although she IS
quiet, we should not underestimate her abilities She IS an
excellent swimmer, which accounts for her athletic figure
Her unpretentious manner will certainly result ln a success
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GLORIA M. MEITZLER
301 South Seventh Street
There is fun and laughter wherever she goes. "Giggy,',
with her light-colored hair and musical giggle, attracts
everyone's attention. Dancing and writing letters rate
highest on her list of hobbies. She has a special yen for
the Navy. VVith her pleasing personality she will be sure
Glee Club lg Chorus I: Knitting Club Q5 Health and
Physical Education Club 3.
PAUL E. MERKEL
"Mike" is a tall, good-looking lad who welcomes every-
one with a friendly smile. His laughter, noise, and imi-
tations attract attention. He is an ardent sports fan and
enjoys roller-skating and dancing. He hopes to be a
"touchdown kingi' on a professional football team.
Conservation and Wild Life Club 23 Scabbard and Blade
Club CSecretaryj 3.
MARTHA R. MILKLOS
430 South Fifth Street
Among the members of our class is a dark-eyed brunette
who, though a bit quick-tempered, has a friendly and
cheerful disposition. lNIartha's favorite pastimes are
swimming, movies, and reading novels. Her willingness
to assist others and her keen ability will enable her to
become an efficient secretary.
Girl Reserves 2g Girls' Shop Club 3.
DORIS R. MILLER
Sparkling personality and a cheerful disposition des-
cribe this mischievous lass. Doris is carefree and has a
perpetual giggle. Although an ardent admirer of the out-
doors, her interests also include dancing, roller-skating,
and movies. In the future we hope to find Doris caring for
The Tattler CClub Editorj 33 Gym Team 1, 2, 33 Color
Guard Q, 3g Chorus lg Cafeteria Q, 3g Knitting C.ub 33
Health and Physical Education Club Q.
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EDWIN F. MILLER
1360 Pennsylvania Avenue
Here is a fellow whose interests are evenly divided be-
tween woodworking and the out-of-doors. He is very fond
of hunting, fishing, and trapping. His main interest is in
carpentry work and he hopes to be very active in that field
some day. "Eddie', is noted for his indiierence to mem-
FREDERICK W. MILLER, JR.
A friend to all, "Freddy" can usually be seen with all
the Zionsville gang. He has a very friendly smile and is
fond of ice-skating and football. Putting puzzles together
and working around the house occupy a lot of his time.
"Freddy,' intends to wear the blue of the Navy.
Scabbard and Blade Club 2, 3.
JEAN E. MILLER
illcrtztown, Route I
This pretty little brown-eyed lass, with l1er beautiful
black hair has proven to be everyoneys friend. Dancing
and dating are her main hobbies, and she loves to talk, in
or out of class. "Jeannie's" ability to adapt herself is sure
to bring her lots of success in the future.
Girl Reserves 3.
bers of the fairer sex.
Conservation and Wild Life Club 2 QPres1dentD 3
RUTH E MILLER
314 North Second Street
Secretarial - "Ruthie"
"Small but mightyn is an old adage that fits "Ruthie,"
This gal with beautiful black hair likes sports and partici-
pates Whenever possible. She proved her athletic skill as a
forward on the girls' sextet. "Ruthie" likes housework,
which might be a good indication of her future.
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35 Basketball 1, 2, 3g Gym Team 1, 2, 3, Varsity "E" Club
3g Glee Club 13 Health and Physical Education Club
WILLIAM E. MILLER
1123 Pennsylvania Avenue
His keen sense of humor, good-looks, and genuine
friendliness make "Billy', popular with everyone. His
athletic ability makes him outstanding in the sports in
which he participates, especially in football. Eating,
sleeping, and driving his father's car are his favorite pas-
times. He plans to better the United States Navy after
Football 1, Q, 3g Track 1, Q, 33 Varsity "Eu Club QVice
Presidentj 2, 3.
Health and Physical Education Club 2, Scabbard and
ARTHUR C. W. MITCHELL, JR.
101 Dell Street
"Mitch" came to us in February of 1945 from Brook-
lyn, New York. He spends much of his time with his
Hudson convertible and his girlfriend. Upon graduating
he intends to go to Commercial Art School in New York
since his main interests lie in that field. Good luck
Football lg Arts and Crafts Club Q.
CYRUS H. MOHR
This tall, blue-eyed boy is one of the Vera Cruz gang,
with whom he can usually be seen. "Pappy" is a lover of
sports, especially ice-skating, hunting, and swimming. He
is very friendly and is well-known for his long side-burns.
Success to him in all his future plans.
Blade Club 3.
SARA ANN MOHR
Poised, charming, and best known for her flirtatious
and expressive blue eyes, this affectionate lass ably por-
trayed "Ruth" in our Senior Class Play. Her dad's
Pontiac, dancing and swimming occupy most of her time.
Her next four years will probably be spent at Ursinus
The Tattler CFeature Editorj 33 "Dear Ruth" 3g Gym
Team 1, Q, 3, Color Guard Q, 3g Chorus 1, Q, 3g Monitor
Club 2, 3, Dramatics Club 23 Knitting Club CVice Presi-
dentl 33 "Pickaninny Parade" 2.
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BURNELL L. MOYER
535 Elm Street
One of our prize comedians, this fellow always has a
wise-crack ready for some unsuspecting individual.
"Nelly,, is one of our better mechanical drawing students.
His favorite hobby, obviously enough, is women. Burnell
attends all of our school dances. He is undecided as to his
Boys' Cooking Club 25 Health and Physical Education
Club 33 "Pickaninny Parade" 2.
JOAN D. MOYER
This attractive, talkative, vivacious lass is always busy.
".loanie" is a competent cheerleader, basketball player,
tumbler, and a smooth dancer. She is especially talented
in the art of cracking gum and running for buses. Illness
may be a pleasure in the future, if "Joanie" is your nurse.
The Tattler CClub Editorl 33 Basketball 1, Q, 3, Gym Team
1, 2, 33 Cheerleader Q, 35 Glee Club 1, Q, Chorus 33 Health
and Physical Education Club 23 Knitting Club QPresidentQ
3g Gym Club 1.
JOAN E. MOYER
This ambitious and intelligent girl with her quiet and
pleasing personality is liked by all. Joan's main interests
are basketball, out-of-doors, tumbling, and sewing. She is
cooperative and willing to help anyone at any time. Joan's
studious nature accounts for her numerous accomplish-
ments which will assure her of a bright future.
The Tattler CSports Editorl 35 Basketball 2, 33 Gym
Team 1, 2, 3, Monitor Club 2, 39 Health and Physical
Education Club Q, Varsity "E" Club 3, Gym Club 1.
WALLACE B. MUSSER
128 North Fourth Street
Here is an example of what every girl dreams about, a
tall, handsome lad of the strong, silent type. "Wally,' is
also an excellent mechanical drawing student. His leisure
activities are mainly hunting, dating girls, and driving his
dad's car. He is a member of the Naval Reserve and
expects to be i11 the Navy soon.
Scabbard and Blade Club 2, 3. S
4 LEON Q. NEIMEYER
Q5 South Fifth Street
This lad spends most of his time driving around in his
Ford and cooking at the Lehigh Country Club. Shooting
pool and playing golf are "Louis" favorite pastimes. He
has definite interests in the opposite sex. His desire is to
continue cooking and here's hoping he will end up being
chef in a large hotel.
Boys' Cooking Club 23 Leathercraft Club 3.
LUCIA R. ORTT
419 Elm Street
Quiet and loyal but always on her toes, Lucia knows
the right answe1's. VVe can always remember her pleasant
smile, especially when she was working and enjoying her
favorite sports from behind the refreshment stand. She
enjoys reading and working out-of-doors as pastimes.
Lucia, through her conscientiousness, will succeed as she
enters college this fall.
Monitor Club 2, 3g Knitting Club QQ Girl Reserves CPrcsi-
ROY H. PAULES
308 De-Long Avenue
This jolly cliaracter can be easily identified because of
his curly blonde hair and his pleasingly plump physique.
This bashful lad enjoys hunting and may be identified by
the exclamation, Hchumping grasshoppersf' He is liked
by everyone, possibly because there is so much of him to
like. He is looking toward a future of electric welding.
Conservation and Wild Life Club Q, 3.
JOYCE F. PAULMEIR
148 East Main Street
Though filled with vim and vigor, this attractive girl
is, however, quite refined. Joyce excels in speaking and
delights in debating and acting. She proved her dramatic
ability in the Senior Class Play. This blue-eyed girl with
her friendly disposition will be sure to succeed in a11y
vocation she chooses.
Declamation Contest QQ "Dear Ruth" 3g Band 25 Dra-
matics Club Q, CVice Presidentj 3.
HENRY K PENNEBACKER
Acad emlc SCOtt1e '
Scott s tralts leave an 1mp1ess1on upon all xvl1o k11oxv
l1llTl and h1s congenlal and ammble character make hlm
xx ell l1ked Hls enthuslasm stamxna athletlc ablllty
loyalty and competence made hlm 1nd1spensable ln sports
H1s success as a class ofhcer was due to h1s understandlng
leadershlp and s1ncer1ty Our hats are ofl to Scott
Class PI'6S1Cl6I1t1 2 3 Football 1 2 fCapta1n 5 Basket
ball 1 0 3 Student Councll 1 V106 Pl'6SldSllt,D 2 CPFESI
dent 3 X1ISltb 1' Clubl fPlCS1ClCIltD .5
SAMUEL B PENN EBACKER
VVhe1eve1 one hears a11 fxrgulnent tl1e schools best
debator IS hkely to be there Sam s argumentatlxe d1S
posltlon bolsterous laugl1 schol'1st1c and 3.tl'llCtlC Versa
xx on hlm many frlends and he BSPIFCS to attend college and
eventually enter the coachmg ranks
Football 1 2 3 Basketballl Q 5 lrackl 0 5 Chess
and Checkers Club 2 Yalslty E Club 2 3
JEAN E RAUDENBUSII
M xtungu Route 1
Secretanal J eanme
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lates lllgll 111 SC'llOlHSt1C 1b1l1ty bhe IS a competent page
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has xxo11 l1er many lrlends Tl1lS asset xxlll help hex to
1tta1n anv 'lI'l1b1t10I1 ln hfe tl1at she may have Best ot
luck to vou Je'l11l11C
Iii Jeil CReporte1D 2 CP-uge Ldlt0lJ 5 Klllttlllg Club 7 .3
EDWARD L REESE
Allentoxx11 Route 7
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Blg Ed IS one of tl1e more a111b1t1ous and modest
ll16IIlb6I'S of our class and IS an 'tppreclatlve folloxx er ol
basketball He low es to spend h1s tlme re'1d1ng and seeks
constantly to better hlS present standards Hls ma1n
dlUb1tI011 111 l1fe IS to beco111e an ardent xx orker 111 tl1e held
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GERALD D. REESE
557 Elm Street
One of the most popular boys in the class is "Sling,"
who excels in both basketball and baseball. Because of
his fine nature, he has many friends. His spare time is
spent in hunting, dancing, and sports. The lure of the
Air Corps will be too much for him to resist.
Class Vice President lg Football lg Basketball 1, 2, 35
Baseball Q, 3, Monitor Club 2, 3g Chess and Checkers
Club CPresidentD 923 Varsity "li" Club 3.
CHARLES F. REINHARD
Albu1'tis, Route 1
Well described by l1is nickname, "Nut" is always
clowning and bringing humor into classes. lVIost of his
energy is spent on planning things he is not supposed to do.
His chief interests are in hunting, football, baseball and
track. After graduation, he hopes to join the Air Corps.
The Tattler CClass Editorl 33 Football Q, 33 Track 1, 2, 33
Glee Club 2, 33 Chorus 1, 2, 39 Scabbard and Blade Club Q,
CHARLEEN A. REISS
124 South Fourth Street
This ambitious, brown-eyed lass is one -of thelmore
quiet members of the class. She has a lJE3.l1tlll1l.SlH1l6.lOI'
anyone she meets. Although she spends most of her time
attending movies, she also likes dancing. Her iuture IS
uncertain, but we wish you lots of luck, Charleen.
Girls' Shop Club Q5 Knitting Club 3.
DAVID E. RENNINGER
1253 Pennsylvania Avenue
Complaining, moaning, and groaningg that's our
"Dave.', This curly-headed, red-cheeked boy is a favorite
of the lassies at EI-IS. His spare time is spent participating
in athletics and loafing at "Krause's.,' "Dave', has no
special future planned, but we are sure he will go far with
Football l, 35 Baseball 1, Q, 3g Varsity "E" Club 2, 3g
Scabbard and Blade Club Q.
C 5 '
IRENE F. RINKER
If you hear an uproar in the halls, it's just "Reneel'
having fun. She is usually in the company of a certain
Senior boy. She collects miniature dogs and is an ardent
photographer. Irene has been studying musical comedies
and hopes to find her career in them.
Glee Club Q, 33 Chorus 2, Dramatics Club 33 Arts and
Crafts Club Q.
CLIFFORD A. RUPP
Emmaus, Route 1
This dark-haired lad can be spoken of well, for he has
the makings of an all-round 'fgood Joe", and is a true
friend. "Ruppie" is a lover of sports, especially basket-
ball, baseball, and football. He always enjoys listening to
a good joke. He is undecided as to his future.
Scabbard and Blade Club 2, 3.
HAROLD E. SCHANTZ
A friend to all, "Schantzie,' can be found with the Vera
Cruz gang, always making a racket. He likes swimming,
ice-skating, hunting, and playing cards. His attentiveness
has proven him a faithful Monitor. e ar
W e sure he will
make a fine sailor for Uncle Sam.
Monitor Club 2, 3g Scabbard and Blade Club 35 Health and
Physical Education Club 2.
FAYE C. SCHANTZENBACH
Cheerful, talkative, and quick-temperedg that's
"Schantzie." Her favorite activities are dancing, eating,
attending the movies, and working at Mohr's Drug Store.
She is often seen in the halls with "Blondie," "Betsy,"
and Sally. Her pleasing personality has won her many
friends. As to her future, she is still undecided.
The Tattler CAdvertising Managerb 33 Girls' Shop Club QQ
Knitting Club 3.
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We ROBERT SCHISSLER
This intelligent, talkative boy is always ready to impart
his "encyclopedic" knowledge to his fellow students.
During the lunch hour he prevents mental degeneration by
playing an intelligent game of chess with one of his many
"Republican" friends. His spare time at home is spent in
research reading as he is planning to become an electrical
Science Club Q, Chess and Checkers Club 3.
PAUL A. SCHMOYER
Q38 Long Street
Slow-speaking and easy-going, this little guy, when
aroused, packs a terrific wallop, physically and linguisti-
cally. His main hobbies are hunting and flying. The
opposite sex seems to have made no impression on him, but
sometimes we are not so sure. He is undecided about his
future, but we wish him lots of luck in whatever he does.
Scabbard and Blade Club Q, 3.
BETTY E. H. SCHOCH
423 Chestnut Street
Betty, no doubt the tallest girl in our class, is known for
her pleasant and cheerful disposition. She is a very ardent
sports fan. Her favorite pastime is knitting. Betty is
also very fond of ice-skating, dancing and swimming.
gffsr graduation she hopes to succeed in the secretarial
Glee Club lg Chorus 1, 2, 33 Knitting Club 2, 3.
ELDA M. SCHOLL
51 South Third Street
Quiet and reserved, best describe Elda, She likes to
attend dances, and exercises her voice at football games
and at other sports events. She is a helpful and courteous
clerk at Gould's Pharmacy. Her brown hair and blue eyes
make her very attractive. This, coupled with a pleasing
personality, adds up to a swell chum.
Knitting Club 2, 3.
c,.f , . K
1 l - 5 ,
This shy, modest person with his Wonderful personality
is a capable pitcher as well as mainstay of the baseball
team. His winning smile and poise have won him many
friends. Going to the movies, bowling, and playing
shuflleboard are his favorite pastimes. The study of radio
and television will occupy his future.
Baseball 1, Q, 3g Health and Physical Education Club Q3
Varsity "li" Club 3.
FAY L. SCHWAR
Q11 North Sixth Street
Fay, an able athlete, excelled on the basketball court
as a forward for the Green and Gold Lassies. She is an
honor student and is interested in all sports. After gradu-
ation, Fay hopes to become a bookkeeper. Efficient, neat,
and a friend to all, we wish her what she deserves-the
Hi Jeff Clteporterl 25 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Gym Team 1, Q,
35 Student Council 33 Monitor Club 2, 3, Health and
Physical Education Club 1, 9.3 Varsity "E" Club 3.
EARL W. SEIP
Macungie, Route 1
This little, blonde fellow is well-known for his ever-
present smile and splendid personality. In his spare time
he helps his mother in their store. He spends a lot of time
energy, and money in the maintaining and running of his
Boys' Cooking Club 23 Scabbard and Blade Club 3.
ROBERT A. SHAFER
Macungie, Route 1
How well the class will remember spirited, unselfish
"Bobby,'l the short fellow behind the glasses who showed
such side-splitting comical ability in the role of "Albert"
in the Senior Class Play. When not deeply engrossed IH
reading, he is taking in a movie. Although he plays
comical roles very well, he prefers dramatic parts.
"Dear Ruthi' 33 Dramatics Club Q, 3.
BETTY MAE SICHER
Who is that well-dressed lass? It's "Betsy" with her
brown eyes and well-groomed hair. Wlienever there is a
burst of laughter you know that "Betsy', has told another
joke. Her friendly, competent, and unselfish ways have
won her many friends. She is one of the engaged girls of
Girls, Shop Club QQ Knitting Club 3.
DONALD E. SICHER
1255 West lVIinor Street
A frequent visitor to the principal's office, Donald can
and sometimes does emulate the good conduct of others.
These times occur when his parents threaten to deprive
him of his favorite sports, hunting and fishing. Among
his buddies, his likable personality and wit have earned
him the title of "Pal, First Classf,
Football lg Track Q, 3g Gym Team 2, 3g Glee Club Q, 35
Chorus 2, 33 Scabbard and Blade Club Q, 3.
C. ROBERT STAUFFER
17 North Fourth Street
Zoom! Hold your hat, here comes "Bobby" with the
Chrysler. He has brown hair, blue eyes, and a modest
smile that Will capture anyone's heart. "Bobby', has a
pilot's license and Hying and girls occupy most of his time
and money. Being one of the most intelligent of the class,
he expects to further his education after graduation.
Monitor Club 2, 3g Scabbard and Blade Club 2, 3.
KENNETH H. STAUFFER
hlacungie, Route 1
Move that chair! Close that curtain! It's just that
shrewd stage hand "Kenny,,' directing his protogees. He
is popular with both sexes, is an ardent sports fan, and
likeslsmooth dancing. His keen sense of humor, frankness,
and impulsive nature, have gained him many friends.
Stage Hand 1, 2, CCaptainD 3g Scabbard and Blade Club Q, 3
Q' ' ,. Aga'
R. GLENN STAUFFER
527 Ridge Street
Glenn, an intelligent and competent young fellow, is a
common figure at all school functions. He is our yearbook
photographer and has taken his work seriously enough to
build his own dark room. He is usually working at
f'Krause's" or joking with the gang. Glenn's ambition is
to be an accomplished photographer for some magazine or
newspaper, and we know he will succeed.
The Tattler QPhotography Editorj Q, 33 Photography Club
2, QPresidentD 3.
DONALD A. STEPHEN
Allentown, Route 2
A chronic problem to the teachers, this lad always
manages to say the wrong thing at the right time. He
attends most of the school functions and is an active stage
hand. He likes to drive his father's truck and help him as
a carpenter. "Stevie's' future is undecided, but he is sure
to be successful.
Glee Club 25 Chorus QQ Monitor Club 2, 33 Scabbard and
Blade Club 2, QVice Presidentj 3g Stage Hand 1, 2, 3.
LOIS J. STEPHEN
555 Chestnut Street
A girl who is always saying the wrong thing at the wrong
time, Lois is, nevertheless, friendly and generous. Her
main desire is to live in the state of Connecticut. We all
hope her ambition will be realized.
Glee Club 3: Chorus 1, 2, 35 Knitting Club Q, SQ Cafeteria 3.
JOHN H. STONER
530 Evergreen Street
Hailing from Great Neck, New York, this tall, red-
haired lad is as agile with his tongue as he is in sports. He
is usually involved in some mischievous prank with his
pal, "Noche." As an osteopath, he will some day be a
perfect example of muscular and mental coordination for
Hi Jeff CReporterD 35 "Dear Ruth" 35 Football 2, 35 Basket-
ball 2, 35 Baseball 2, 3, Chorus 3g Health and Physical
Education Club 23 Varsity "E" Club 3.
ANNA M. STOUDT
-LQQ South Fifth Street
Although very industrious, Anna always has time to
aid anyone who is in need. She is modest, loyal, sincere,
and courteous. A quick and clear thinker, she is among the
brilliant members of our class. Her favorite pastime is
listening to radio dramas and mysteries. Anna has always
been kind and loyal to her classmates.
Knitting Club 21 Girl Reserves 3.
JOAN C. STOUDT
327 North Fifth Street
Quiet and modest, with a keen sense of humor, that's
"Jo." She is a lover of art and music and is very much
interested in the state of Maryland. If the stars in her
eyes are any indication of her future, she is sure to be very
Glee Club 33 Chorus 23 Arts and Crafts Club Q, 3.
HAROLD H. STRATZ
MQ Chestnut Street
Stratz, a reserved, ambitious student, has served as an
efficient and reliable manager in both track and football
for several years. He has shown his journalistic abilities
as an outstanding sports reporter and a page editor. Very
interested in singing, he has participated in-choruses and
glee clubs, both for school and public functions.
Hi Jeff CSports Reporterj Q, CPage Editorl 3g Football
CManagerj Q, 33 Track QManagerj 1, 2, 83 Glee Club Q, 3,
Chorus 1, Q, 33 Varsity "E" Club 2, 3g "Pickaninny
A. WALTER STUBNER
730 North Second Street
Long Island's loss-Emmaus' gain! Although Walter
did not join us until our Senior year, he immediately be-
came popular through his original jokes. An honor stu-
dent, he is destined to be successful in his chosen field,
mechanical engineering. Enjoying the thrill of sailing, he
spends the hot summer days visiting his old haunts on
"Dear Ruth" 39 Track 3g Debating Club QVice Presidentl 3.
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ANDREW S. TOTH
618 Broad Street
"Skinny,' a very industrious and skillful person, is
also a very enthusiastic sports fan. He spends his spare
time working at Rodale, and in the summer caddies at the
Brookside Country Club. His pastimes consist largely
of dancing, movies, and playing golf. VVe know his willing-
ness to succeed will carry him far.
Scabbard and Blade Club 23 Leathercraft Club 3.
PATSY A. UNDERWOOD
5l6 North Third Street
"Hair of gold, eyes of blue, lips like cherry wine,"
describes "Pat,,' who came to us as a Junior from Blooms-
burg High School. Her sparkling personality and flirta-
tious eyes have made her many friends. "Pat,s,' leisure
time is spent in playing basketball, knitting, swimming,
singing, and playing the piano. Her future will be in the
field of nursing.
The Tattler CFeature Editorj 33 "Dear Ruthn 33 Basket-
ball Q, 3, Chorus 2, 33 Dramatics Club 2, Knitting Club 3.
DOROTHEA T. VLAHOVIC
523 Minoi' Street
Happy-go-lucky, thatls "Dolly." Her friendly laughter
and jokes are ,her major assets. Drawing is one of her
favorite pastimes and so are movies. Vlahovic can usually
be seen with Borger and Estock. Her future is undecided,
but we know she will be a success in whatever she attempts.
Home Nursing Club 3.
ELAINE G. VOGEL
650 Minor Street
Unselfish, sociable, and cooperative, thatis Elaine.
She is talkative among friends, but very quiet among
strangers. The major part of her leisure time is spent at
her favorite pastimes, which are letter writing, movies, and
knitting. After graduation she hopes to do a lot of travel-
ing and then settle down in a place satisfactory to her
Knitting Club 23 Girl Reserves 3.
BERNARD R. WALTER
443 North Third Street
This is the tall lad who is known as tl1e ucardf' of the
Senior class. He is popular with the boys as well as the
girls. "WVally's" leisure time is spent ice-skating and
swimming. He is an ardent follower of sports and claims
his favorite to be football. He hopes to become a drafts-
Track lg Boys' Cooking Club 25 Scabbard and Blade
Club Q, 3.
RUTH M. WENNER
577 Chestnut Street
Charming and attractive describe this lass who was
chosen queen of our Junior Prom. "Ruthie", an all-round
gal, has led our cheering section at athletic functions and
is fond of dancing and singing. Her future is bound to be
a success due to her ability to make and keep friends.
Class Treasurer 1, Q, 3: The Tattler CFeature liditorl 35
Hi Jeff CTypistl 33 Cheerleader 2. 33 Glee Club lg Chorus
1, Q, 3: lllonitor Club 2, 3g Knitting Club CVice Presidentl
Q5 Varsity "E" Club 3g f'Pickaninny Paradeu Q.
BRUCE C WAGNER
403 South Fourth Street
VVhaInl Another home lun' lhat s Noche B
sides playing baseball and football he attends all basket
ball games. He is sociable and congenial proven by his
many friends. lliloxles bouhng and dancing take up his
spare time. He plans to spend his future playing ro
Football l, 2, 3g Baseball 1 7 3 Vnsity l Club Z .3
PAUL E WEISS
A friend to all, tlus fellow is of the quiet type Hls
principal interests ale centered around ulldhfe VVork1ng
at home and spending a lot of tune 'lt tl1e Naval Reserve
keep him quite busy He llkes to travel 'mud IS plinnmg
to visit California. He hopes to become a forest ranger
"Pickaninny Parade 2 Conservatlon and Wild Life
GJ ' . . M
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NANCY B. WIEAND
18 North Eighth Street
Hailing from the VVest End of town, Nancy has shown
her leadership by being one of our competent class officers.
Although she has a good sense of humor, she also finds time
for serious thoughts, especially politics. Dancing and
driving a Dodge occupy most of her leisure time. She
plans to attend Gettysburg College.
Class Secretary 1, Q, 3g Hi Jeff fAdvertising Blanagcrj 2, 3:
Basketball 1, 2, 3g Glee Club 1, 23 llonitor Club Q, 32
Library Club 1, 29 Varsity "IC" Club CTreasurerj 3,
Health and Physical Education Club Q5 "Piekaninny
THEODORE C. WIEDER
2-13 Main Street
The best ad-libber in tl1e Senior class is "Ted," who
always feels at home on the stage. To prove this fact he
won first prize in the Junior Declamation Contest. He
spends most of his spare time making witty remarks that
keep his friends supplied with laughs. Wve know his pro-
motion to a disc-jockey for a major network is only a
matter of time.
Declamation Contest 23 "Dear Ruth" 3g Chorus Q, Stu-
dent Council 2, 3, Dramatics Club 2, 35 "Pickaninny
VIRGINIA H. WILFINGER
Emmaus, Route 1
An ambitious worker on the yearbook staff, "Ginny" is
calm, soft-spoken, and sensitive, a girl with a pleasing
personality and a friendly smile. For recreation she en-
joys cooking and sewing. Because of her love of flowers
we are wishing her the best of luck in her carccr of Horti-
The Tattler CClub Editor, 39 Knitting Club 23 Home
Nursing Club 3.
SHIRLEY R. WILSON
M103 Chestnut Street
This blue-eyed lass has won the friendship of all her
classmates through her charming personality. She is
known for her energetic gum chewing. Her favorite
pastimes are roller-skating and dancing. Her engagement
to a. certain fellow will take care of her future.
Girl Reserves fVice Presidentj 25 Knitting Club 3.
CLARA Q. WINZER
52 South Fourth Street
Our Clara, a brown-eyed lass, has a charming person-
ality and a pleasing voice. She is very active in church
functions, and is an ardent admirer of music. Clara plans
to become a grade school teacher. Although working at
"Craumer's" she still has time for her hobbies of Crocheting
and reading. We predict a musical career for her.
Declamation Contest Q5 Glee Club l, 3g Chorus 1, 2, 3g
Knitting Club 2, 3.
DONALD L. XANDER
"Sandy" is a reliable, talkative fellow, with a swell
personality known to everyone. He spends his spare time
at Kuhn's Service Station and is frequently seen driving
his dad's Hudson to all school functions. His future is
undecided, but we Wish him luck and success.
hlonitor Club Q, 3g Dramatics Club Q, 35 "Pickaninny
As we plod through life's road steeping
Climbing up those rocky hills,
VVe will ever hold in keeping
Thoughts of these dear Wisdom mills.
Hear these silent stone walls shouting
Hear their Words of would-be Woe
Hear them plead with hopes and doubting
Hear them tell us not to go.
Gone is our gay "learned" company,
Gone those days which are of yoreg
Much we did in rooms now empty
Things Weill do and see no more.
Alma Mater! Alma Mater!
Hear our song of thanks to thee!
Hold in keeping, joy and weeping,
Hold our blessed memory.
Left to Rigllt-FIRST Row:
Sehlnoyer, Bastian, Kunkle, Spieker,
Hubert, Beam, Moser, Stoneback,
Hilberg. SECOND Row: Shelling,
Kohler, Leibert, Kocher, Stephen,
Martin, Moyer, Fatula. Tnmn
ROW: Keller, Johnston, Diehl,
Krasnansky, Shiffert, Hennemuth,
Win-st. FOURTII Row: Singley,
Wolford, Hersh, Eyre, Aten, Nich-
ols, Reed, McNair. FIFTH Row:
Fensterrnaker, Doney, Geist, Rein-
hardt, Hubbard, Stanffer, Iobst.
The .Iuniors returned to school in fall, very much interested in their first experience as upper-
classmen. They have been, as a whole, a very active class in all school activities. They have been
outstanding in their attendance at sports events.
On January fifteenth, they ope11ed their social season with the "SnowHake VVhirl,,, which was
well attended. The annual "Junior Prom" was a very gay affair this year and was held at the
IXIHSFICIIS Hotel in Allentown 011 April twenty-second. ,
In hIay, the girls of the class decided to do something unique and so they presented a variety
show. The acts were well done and should set a precedent for succeeding classes.
The final event of the year was the "Senior Farewcllf, The Juniors played host to the
Seniors and while they were sorry to see them leave, they were anxious to take their places.
Lelt to Rlgl1t4FIItST Row: L.
M iller, Skinner, Hilbert, Kline,
lsinkle, Moyer, DeLong, Rauch,
Hersh, Stautfer. SECOND Row:
Delfsch, Latslia W, Kershncr, Breber,
Ixern, Full, VVISSGY, Marsteller,
aman, Marks, D. Gilbert, Kratzer,
B. bilbert, Ivlangild, Engleman.
FOURTH Row: Xv2'lllLCI'S, Bri iker, C.
lisizler, Haines, Beaky, Reinert,
Laude slager, Herbst, Hausman.
FIFT'il Row: Fegiey, Bachman, Frey,
llunsicker, Knauss, Bauer, Berger.
SIXTH Row: Shanaberger, Siegfried,
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Lorish. T1-HRD Row: Kuzrna, Sass-
lliekinson, Sicher, Gable, Himmel-
Loft to Right-FIRST Row: Decker,
R. Gicring, Vlfarnhold, Sl1OE'Ill?lkGI',
Allmon, Ritter, Wetherhold. SECOND
Row: Brosky, G. Giering, Hertzug,
W'e11dling, Bartholomew, Lippo-
witsch, Dreas, Storh. VPIIIRD Row:
Schaeffer, Muth, Keeler, lliarkle,
Hallman, Yeakle, Brown. FOURTH
Row: Trump, VVooflring, Mahus,
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Left to Rigl1t-FIRST Row: lick
Conrad, Richard Dauncr, Stoudt
K. Bliller, Measler, Butz, Hoffman
SECOND Row: Vlahovic, Hamscher
Rabenold, Frankenfield, Volk, lllory
Robert Danner. 'THIRD Row
Laudenslager, Kauffman, Sc-hisler
Fellstermaker, Fegley, Pierog
FOURTH Row: Rotl'1ern1el, Gorman
Diehl, R. Miller, Findlay.
Left to Right-FIRST Row: Green-
baum, Thompson, Henning, Heist,
Fehnel, Richards, Gilbert, Bear.
SECOND Row: Shoemaker, Mohr,
Lichtenwalner, Radler, E. Fenster-
maker, Kline, Lazor. THIRD Row:
Spenser, Bolich, R. Fenstermaker,
Shueck, Stauffer, Leister, Schwartz.
FOURTH Row: Brobst, Stratz, Cope,
Seibert, Houseknecht, Buchman.
Having experienced the misfortunes annually inflicted upon the unlucky "Fresh," this year's
Sophomore Class returned in the fall of '-18 with vengeance in their eyes and pennies in their
hands. However, after a few days of initiating, they settled down to studying.
1lt'll.l6IlllJOI'lIlg their successful Freshman lilinstrel, "Country Style Shindig," and the well
attended hlay Dance, they planned two dances for the social season. The first of these, "The
Green and Gold Hopf, was dedicated to the season's successful football team. Music for this
dance, which was held in the gaily-decorated gym, was supplied by tl1e Jolly Four. The second
dance was held in May and was equally successful.
With another year of training and another year of age, the Sophomore class is looking forward
to returning in the fall as exalted upperclassmen.
Left to Right-F1Rs'r Row: Rein-
hard, Reinsmith, Diefenderfer,
Wendlilig, Dries, Schantzenbach,
Moatz, Carter, Brey, Folk. SECOND
Row: F. Kline, Miller, Funk,
Schnellman, Shelly, Stichter,
Schrnaldinst, Tamerler, Reiss. THIRD
Row: B. Kline, Kuhns, Eisenhard,
Snyder, Shueck, Druckenrniller,
Shiner, Ortt. FOURTH Row:
Swavely, VVieder, Young, Lewis,
Frornm, Angstadt, Krause.
Left to Rlgllt-FIRST Row: Wut-
ring, Eisenhard, Rothermel, Desch
Nester, B. Miller, Faust, Mantz
Milinichik, Koze. SECOND Rowi
Eichner, Moyer, Hamscher, Marsh,
Rice, Burger, Hilbert, VVe-aver,
Bohus. THIRD Row: Tretter, Mohr,
Ondrovic, DeWalt, Shoemaker, La-
banz, Gerhart, Kuncis. FOUIITII
Row: Yanochko, VVarmkessel, R.
Wieder, J. Wiedcr, D. Miller, Stortz,
Gehman. FIFTH Row: Stoudt,
Bauman, Rcppcrt, Smith, Nicholas.
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C'1ll'CHSl1I'6I'D, 11Cil1Sll'l1tl1 Sauctuly Oitt Dir D0lSCllLI
Nicholas CVicc President
Left to Right-FIIIST Row: Fritz,
Stichter, Roth, Oswald, Druckeu-
miller, Schantz, Kerchuer, Beitler.
SECOND Row: Wetherhold, Seibert,
Boyer, Ibach, Houseknecht, Schaef-
fer, Mutchler. THIRD Row: Ruth,
Bitte-Iibender, Lokez, Reed, Reiss,
Krause. FOURTH Row: Andrews,
Shive, Cliristman, Rupp, Miller,
Left to Right-FIRST Row: Her-
man, DeLong, Heiney, Readinger,
fnirler, Myers, Reitnauer, Kline,
DeWalt, Benfield. SECOND Row:
Clewell, D. Hensinger, Fretz, Hall-
man, Reinhardt, ueorge, Fisher,
Pierog, Bieher. Truim Row: Sny-
der, llertzog, Renninger, Cassel,
Sachs, lxalmbaeh, Nlillhouse, Iobst.
FOURTH Row: hloyer, Brown, Pols-
ter, bardner, Hoffman, 1XliIlg9i',
lxirss, Letterhouse. FIFTH Row:
Antlei, Adams, Hillegas, Charles-
worth, Bortz, Schwartz, C. Hen-
The class of 1952 started the year in two groups, part of tl1e class was at the Lincoln Junior
High building, and the other at the High School.
They began the yearis activities with the minstrel, "A Night At The Fair," in which the
chorus was seated in a grandstand. The soloists performed in front of the chorus. Popcorn,
pretzels, and balloons were sold to the audience during tl1e show. The minstrel was held on the
eleventh and twelfth of February and was a success judging by the attendance and the apprecia-
tion of tl1e audience.
On May seventh, the Freshmen successfully held their first social function-a Spring Dance,
which was held in the school gymnasium and was thoroughly enjoyed by both tl1e Freshmen and
the other classes.
Left to Rlgl1tfFIRST Row: Amig,
Hillegas, Marcks, Conrad, Gower,
Racdler, VVeil, Heil, VVimmer, Boyer.
SECOND Row: Newhard, Reinhard,
Becker, Zimmerman, Haines, F.
Mohr, VVessner, Schwar, B. hlohr.
'FHIRD Row: Wetzel, Ackerman,
Hess, Reifinger, Sassaman, Reins,
Kohler, Bieber, Butz, IC. Stauffer.
FOURTH Row: Richards, Geist, Wil-
lenbeeker, Frey, Aten, Kulms, L.
Rohrbaeh. FIFTH Row: Oleska,
R. Rohrbach, Miller, WVilt, Batman,
Knauss, P. Stauffer, Reichard.
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Left to Rigl1t?PlIRST ROW: Conrad
Toth, Hilbert, C. Millhouse, P. Mill,
house Jane Sell lo'1n Sell Sie -
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fried, Snyder. SECOND Row: Flexer
Fegley, Bittenbender, Giering, Pol:
ster, Reiehard, Iobst, Madtes.
THIRD Row: Parola, Neiinever,
Ruth, Rrown, David, Keller, Zerzlv-
sky. FOURTH ROW: Fensterlnaker,
Riuker, MaI'slI, Smith, Roinun-
c-huk, Kovish, hliller, Reiss. FIFTH
Row: Ritter, A. Sell, Crossley, Os-
OFFICERS: Stauffer Cliesidtntj Sachs Xmrsrrcs Mrs Moyer MI Kistlc-I MI
CSecretz1ryD, Smith lieisulei Oleskl ll1l76IlSp6'IgLI MI B111
QViee Presidentj .
Left to Rigllt-FIItST ROW: Lauden-
slager, Davis, Frederick, Brealn,
Findlay, Reiss, l,T11C'kt'l1II1lllC1', II
Long, Moyer. SECOND Row: Lorish
Iluessman, Gross, Oswald, Esh-
haeh, Rohrbaeh, Smith, Siegfried
THIRD Row: Dyer, Fenstermaker
Stahl, Urffer, Brinker, II0lll'II12tl1
Buehec-kel. FOURTH ROW: Henry
liltz, VVieder, Gordon, Vargo, Heist
B. Long. FIFTH ROW: Eek, Butz
Labenberg, Bortz, Sell, Stzluflet
Will of . .
At this memorable occasion in our lives, NVE, THE CLAss OF 1949 of Emmaus High
School, having completed a successful and enjoyable high school career, do hereby declare
this to be our last VVILL and TESTAMENT.
To our deserving successors, THE CLASS OF 1950, We bequeath our most valued rights
All the joys and happiness of E. H. S. lVIay they make the most of them.
The front seats in assembly.
The honor of giving a class play.
The high and mighty feeling of being in the lead.
The honor of giving a Senior Ball.
The sole right to plan and publish THE TATTLER.
To the INDIVIDUAL UNDERCLASSMEN we will the following outstanding traits:
Henry Pennebacker's leadership to Glenn Reed.
Theodore Wieder,s wit and humor to James Shanaberger.
Fay SchWar's efliciency to Kathryn Kershner.
Stuart Coxss speed in track to Robert Brown.
Jean Koenig's faithfulness to Jean Skinner.
Elinor Kehs, high-stepping to Carol Beam.
Barbara Lichtenwalnerls soda-jerking to Betty Lou Keller.
Dorothy Bittenbenderls artistic ability to Donald Vllendling.
Lucia Orttis demureness to Helen Kohler. V
Helen Ganeyls tardiness to Diary Jane Moyer.
Joyce Paulmeir's stage presence to Harriet Hilberg.
Clara VVinzer,s melodious voice to Rita Ann Giering.
YVilliam lVIi1ler's smooth dancing to Carson Blarkle.
John Gulla,s and Jerome Labanz's musical ability to Bruce Reinhardt.
Joyce Houseknecht's knitting needles to Joyce Stephen.
Doris Elkins' sewing ability to Mary Rotherme .
John Stoner's crew cuts to Donald Trump.
Ruth VVenner,s royal throne to a lucky Junior miss.
Stephen Schuster's shyness to Roy Dundore.
Marcene Hersh's Vagueness to Adele Kocher.
The Apgars, gymnastic ability to Raymond VVetherhold.
Martin Godusky's craftsmanship to Larry Findlay.
Ralph Althousess height to Charles Eyer.
Marjorie Dundore's devilishness to Constance Herbst.
Jeanne Daubert's piano playing to Elaine Leibert.
Kenneth Knappls teasing to VValter Bauman.
Richard Genther's silly laugh to Richard Bartholomew.
Kathleen Greenbaunfs abil.ty for conversation to hlary Lou Johnston.
Carl Hess' red shoes to anyone who wants them.
Cyrus lXIohr's false teeth to a lucky QFD fellow.
lVIae Borger,s typing speed to Marion Knauss.
Leon Neirneyer's car to Ralph Keeler.
And, in conclusion, we appoint the CLASS OF 1950 to be the sole executors of this, our
last VVILL and TESTAMENT.
In VVITNESS XVHEREOF, we hereunto subscribe our name and place our seal, this
eighth day of June in the year of our Lord, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Forty-nine.
W1TNEssEs: CLASS OF 1949
Sara Ann lNIohr
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CD VVe start the day by reading tl1e Bible, saying the Late-comers may beuseen in lNIr. lIeller,s ofhcc ob-
Lordls Prayer, and reciting tl1e pledge to the flag. taining late excuses wlnch W1ll admit them to class.
CSD Going from class to class, we pause to talk over C-D Making clothes and planning future homes by
the events of the day VV1tl1 our friends. decorating model houses were things accomplished in
Senior sewing classes.
C55 Juniors perform involved chemistry experiments C65 Our gym classes teach us coordination, fair play,
in our neat and well-equipped laboratory. and provide an hour of diversion each week.
At Ezmmmw High
C75 Students. pass through the cafeteria for the hot CSD Planning and drawing homes for the future, these
lunch which IS prepared and served by tl1e cooks and boys learn the fundamentals of architecture.
GD The favorite place for reading, reference Work, 4109 Special assembly programs of professional talent
and studying is the school library. are enjoyed by the student body.
CID Credit for the typing of all yearbook copy goes to C125 YYl1en the 3:30 bell rings we rush for the door.
the Senior Commercial and Seeretarialstudents. Approximately thirty-five per cent of the students
travel to their homes by school buses.
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paper and yearbook subscription campaign. November 17 and 18 to determine pup1ls'acluevemcnts
i11 various subjects.
A scene from the popular comedy, .iDC3TIlHtl1,,, The Octet entertained the student body with
presented in November by thc Senior Class. choice selections in our Christmas program.
The main event of the Junior Prom was the v At one of the lively pep meetings, "Nocl1e,'
crowning of the queen, Ruth Wenner. Here she is Wagner was presented the football used durlng the
shown with her attendants and the 1947 Prom Queen. game ln whlch he was 1nJured.
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Game Victory is the burning in efiigy of our Opponent. the football games and cheered our team through
Victory and defeat.
I Freshmen and Sophomores battle to determine
wlneh class will receive the coveted football aa a
Daisy Mae caught and took Lifl Abner to our
annual Sadie Hawkins Dance for an evening of fun.
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Semors were honored by the presentatlon of diplomas.
U Crowds swarm to our refreshment stand
quick and needy snack at half time.
These girls played ai major part in all our athletic
contests by developing enthusiasm among our spec-
- These boys are in charge of everything connected
XV1t,l1 the stage, such aslstage lighting, scenery, and
public address system.
These boys are always willing to print programs
and tickets for various social functions.
Seen at all our home and away football games the
Band added color and spirit to the sport.
WVith Janitors Swavely and Geissinger lies the
responsibility of keeping the building clean.
The Chorus meets weekly to prepare for concerts
and an annual operetta.
Do You Remember-
The thrill of our Freshman minstrel?
As Freshmen, dodging initiations?
Lovc-r's Lanes in E. H. S. halls?
The shower of snow at the S'lVIid-YVinter Balln?
The peculiar odors from the chemistry laboratory?
The Fountain Hill assembly program?
Our capable class officers?
Our outstanding Junior Prom?
The motions to "Emmaus Yvill Shine Tonight?"
The exciting football season in 1948?
The Senior class snake dancing at the Turkey Day Pep Meeting?
Lehighton basketball games?
The stylish swimming pool in E. H. S. Gym?
Calls to ltlr. Heller's oflice?
Exchanging name cards and class pictures?
The hidden talent in "Dear Ruthu?
Our snappy color guards?
Our prized possessions in the trophy case?
The water pistol days?
Snow battles after school?
Rauch,s pin ball machine?
The shaking floors in Senior Science Class?
ltlr. Schaadt's Wardrobe?
Our last assembly?
The display of engagement rings?
Our last social function-The Senior Ball?
The deep feeling at commencement?
Saying goodbye to the gang?
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Left to Right:-
Mary Ellen Irwin, Editor-in-Chief
Paul F1'antz, Adviser
Doris Elkins, Associate Editor
The 1949 Tattler
The Staff takes pride in this edition of THE TATTLER. We feel that we have
given our readers a comprehensive picture of our life at Emmaus High School.
It is impossible to design an entirely different yearbook, because the school
organizations differ very little from year to year and our activities are a repetition
of what has gone before. Our goal, this year, was to produce a better and more
attractive yearbook-both editorially and pictorially. For the first time, the
following deviations from the traditional arrangements were used: a cover de-
signed by the staff and embossed with the school sealg a variety of layouts through-
out the senior section, a picture of the senior class in cap and gown, a feature
section with cutlines depicting school life and the many extra-curricular activities.
We hope these innovations meet with your approval.
We wish to acknowledge the excellent work of the Calvin Studio for the
photography, Miers-Bachman Lithographing Company for the printing, and the
Sanders-Reinhardt Company for the engraving.
We are grateful to Mr. Frantz, our adviser, for the time that he has un-
selfishly devoted to the Staff.
MARY ELLEN IRWIN,
Pictured on opposite page from LEFT to RIGHT are:
CID Class Editors :-Ruth Miller, Edna Brown, Catherine Gehman, Jane Mat-
tern, Ralph Althouse, Charles Reinhard.
CQD Club Editors :-Virginia Wilfinger, Mary Jane Hardner, Doris Miller, Martha
Gaal, Joan D. Moyer, Ethel Bauman.
C35 Sports Editors:-Egan Fehnel, Elsie Mae Long, Dolores Geist, Joan E.
MD Feature Editors :-Sara Ann Mohr, Patsy Underwood, Ruth Wenner.
Photographer :-Glenn Stauffer.
Q5j Business Manager :-Kathleen Greenbaum.
Advertising Managers :-Wilbur Funk, Carolyn Gould, Janet Hinkle, Faye
Circulation Manager :--J ean Koenig.
Left to Right: Ganey, Houseknecht, Stratz, Bittenbender,
Raudenbush, Shelling. Mr. Benfrield
The purpose of the Newspaper Staff is to gather, to digest, and to publish
school news, to learn how to approach distinguished persons for an interview, and
to write an interesting feature g and to learn something of printers' art. With this
end in view, twenty-four young people, nine Seniors and Hfteen Juniors, publish
annually eight issues of HI JEFF. In addition to the general goals just named,
the staff learns to compose an interesting page, pleasing to the eyeg to write proper
and concise headlines 5 to place picturesg and to keep proper financial accounts
correctly. The association which the club affords its members, is conducive to
fun and recreation as well as profit.
Two years of faithful service on the staff entitle the members to a school
Left to Right: Wieand, Skinner, Gilbert, Moyer,
Page Editors .,..,,.,
Exchange Editor ,....,.
Jean Raudenbush, Joyce Houseknecht, Doro-
thy Bittenbender, Helen Ganey, Harold Stratz
Reporters o..,... Gloria Haines, John Stoner, Kathryn Kersh-
ner, Darl DeEsch, Helen Kohler, Harriet Hil-
berg, June Walters, James Shanaberger,
Alberta Schiffert, Erney Kennnerer, Mary
Cartoonist ................... ..........,.,,,.... ......................... D o nald Wendling
Business Managers .......... ..........,..................,... N ancy Wieand, Jean Skinner
Circulation Managers ,....... ,.,,,,,,
Marjorie Dundore, Betty Gilbert, Mary Jane
.........Albert S. Beniield
Left to Right-F1ns'r Row: Hilberg, Walters, Kohler, Fatula. SECOND Row: Shana-
berger, Haines, Schitfert, Stoner. Nor PICTURED: Delisch, Keinmerer, Kershner.
Left to Right-SEATED: Dundore,
Paulmeir. STANDING: Meierhod,
Wieder, Underwood, Stubner,
Stoner, Mohr, Shafer, Eastman.
Left to Right: Dundore, lVieder,
Underwood, Stoner, llolir, Shafer.
Senior Class Play
On November 18, 19, and 20, the Senior class presented a two-act
comedy, "Dear Ruth" by Norman Krasna. The play Was skillfully
directed by Dir. Wfoodrow Schaadt.
The play revolved about the escapades of a teen-age girl, lVIirian1,
played by ltlarjorie Dundore. She became interested in a campaign to
build up the morale of soldiers overseas and to do her part she carried on
a very romantic correspondence in her sister,s name with a lieutenant in
the Air Force, Bill, portrayed by John Stoner. The part of the sister,
Ruth, was played by Sara Ann lNIohr. VVhen the lieutenant returns, he
courts Ruth, not knowing that she is engaged to Albert, portrayed by
Robert Shafer. By the end of the second act, Ruth is convinced that her
engagement was a mistake and she marries Bill.
The father, a municipal judge, was played by Theodore VVieder and
his Wife by Joyce Paulmeir. Supporting roles were filled by Patsy
Underwood, June Eastman, VValter Stubner, and Stanley Meierhoff.
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Left to Right-Onenl-:sTIm PIT:
Plarrj Brobst, Gulla, Hohe, S. De-
VValt, Kline, Daubert, Mr. Peters
CDirectorQ, Fi11dlay, Kruse, Kulp,
Fegley, WVinzer, VVetzel. FIRST
Row: Boyer, Smith, Schwar, Ben-
field, Hoffman, Heiney, S. Mille1',
Zimmerman, Rohrbach, Herman,
Brown, VVimmer, Fretz, J. hliller,
Readinger. SECOND Row: Sachs,
Sassaman, Cassel, DeLong, Clewell,
Butz, Wlessner, Frey, Aten, New-
hard, G. DeVValt, J. Bieber, Reit-
nauer, Hess, Ackerman, Gardner,
Niess, P. Stauffer. THIRD Row:
George, hiohr, Iobst, Heil, Rein-
hard, W'eil, J. Hillegass, C. Bieber,
Reins, Hertzog. FOURTH Row:
Picrog, Fisher, Reinhardt, Myers,
Millhouse, Hensinger, Kohler, Gow-
er, Haines, Kichline, Amig. FIFTH
ROW: Geist, Oleska, Batman, Reich-
ard, Knauss, Kuhns, E. Stauffer,
R. Hillegass, Antler, Richards.
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A unique minstrel was given by the Freshman class on February 11
and 12, and directed by hir. Errol K. Peters. The scene of the minstrel,
"A Night At the Fairf, was a typical county fair grounds. The chorus
was seated on a grandstand and the performers appeared before them.
Stanley Miller served as master of ceremonies and introduced the
specialty numbers. The ends were Jan Sachs, Jane Ann Sassaman,
Sandra Cassel, Theodore Gardner, Paul Stauffcr, and Richard Niess.
The specialty acts introduced a very talented group of soloists who
sang the latest popular songs. They were: Nancy Butz, Dolores Heiney,
hfary Jane Wlessner, hlary Lou Herman, Hiilliam Brown, Joan Clewell,
Gloria Reitner, Linwood Rohrbach, Joyce Hess, Barbara Aten, Frances
Ackerman, hforris Hoffman, Elaine DeLong, Patricia N cwhard, Gloria
Detvalt, June Bieber, and Evelyn Frey.
The dancers, who appeared in several clever numbers, were: J acquelyn
Boyer, hlary Ann Smith, Carol Schwar, Jean Fretz, Joan Mill61', Sally
Ann Readinger, and Dolores Zimmerman.
Left to Rlgllt-ENDS-FIRST Row:
Sachs, Cassel, Sassaman. SECOND
Row: Gardner, Niess, Staulfer.
SINGERS: Cassel, Herman, Heiney,
lleft to Rlglflf'-QJRVIIESTILX Prr:
Plarr, Deiseher, Flcxer, Johnston,
Daubert, B. Kline, Mr. Peters Uli-
rectorl, Mr. Benfield CDraniaties
CoachD, Findlay, Kruse, Reinhardt,
Staulter, Fegley, VVetzel, Kressley.
KNEEL1NG:Mohr, Kershner, Herbst.
Laudenslager, J. Boyer, Readinger,
Smith, Schwar. SE.-vrl-JD: Brobst,
Lohrman, Bitting, Stubner, Irwin,
Gulla, Labanz, Reckmack, Allmon,
Egner, Hohe, C. Kline, C. Winzer,
Dreas, Rapp, Giering, Reinhart,
Hess, D. Boyer, S. Shoemaker,
Schoeh, Koenig, J. Moyer, VVenner.
STANDING, FIRST Row: Berger, M.
Moyer, DeLong, Raedler, Green-
baum, Wotring, Lazor, Marstellar,
Kelchner, Borger, Hausman,
Schmaldinst, Dries, Herbster, Kern,
lingleman, Hinkle, Rauch, Dc-Esc-h,
Fatula, WVurst, Fritz, M. Shoe-
maker, Funk, Sehnellman, Miller,
Sassaman, Knauss, Druekenmiller,
Hardner, Ritter, C. Gehman. SEC-
OND Row: W. Gehmau, Yeakel,
hlabus, Doney, Anselm, Sicher,
Wieder, Gable, G. Winzer, Stratz,
Hertzog, Storb, Hallman, Schaeffer,
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The largest organization in our school was the chorus of mixed voices,
which was directed by hir. Errol K. Peters. The outstanding perform-
ance of the year was the operetta "College Days" which was presented in
the auditorium on liarch 4 and 5. The scene was laid on "Brinkdale"
campus. Clara VVinzer played the part of the heroine and Francis Dreas
played the hero. 1112 Albert Benfield was dramatic coach for this
During the year, the chorus presented several programs for assembly
which were enjoyed by the student body. The annual Spring Concert,
held on hlay 6, in which the chorus was assisted by the Glee Clubs and
the Concert Orchestra, was a marked success and attracted a capacity
audience. On hlay QQ, they appeared at Muhlenberg College in the
County iVIusical Festival with the combined choruses of all the schools
in Lehigh County.
Rita Ann Giering and Carl Hess
singing a romantic duet.
Block wedding scene portrayed by
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Assembly programs were made more interesting because of
the attractive and talented appearances of these girls on our
stage. Their performances proved the fact that they practiced
faithfully and had successfully mastered the music that they sang.
They took part in the annual Spring Concert and were an im-
portant addition to the County Music Festival.
Left to Rigllt'-FIIIST Row: VVinzer,
Reinhard, R. Sic-her, Gable, VVieder,
Kulp, Kline CPianistD, Lohrman, Mr.
Peters C.-Xclviserj, Doney, Hertzog,
Brosky, Stratz, Keeler, Brown, D.
Sicher. SECOND Row: Cox, Wood-
ring, Mabus, lllarkle, Dreas, An-
selm, Bitting, Brobst, Trump, Yea-
kel, Hallman, Kenimerer, Gehman,
Hess, Schaeffer. NOT PICTURED:
Storb, Bartholomew, Diehl.
Left to Rlgl1tASE:XTEDZ Ritter.
FIRST Row: Mangold, Latshaw,
VVotring, Lazor, Hilberg, E. Green-
baum, Iobst, lVIoyer, lVIr. Peters
Ci-Xdviserl, Stichter, Rauch, S. Shoe-
maker, Kershner, Delisch, Rinker,
Fritz, Funk. SECOND Row: Long,
Raedler, VVambold, VVinzer, Berger,
Giering, Stephens, Hennemuth,
Haines, Knauss, WVu1'st, Gilbert,
Stoudt, Schnellman, NI. Shoemaker,
Gould. NOT PICTURED: K. Green-
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Another of the musical organizations of which we can be proud
is this club of boys. Their contributions to assembly programs
have been very popular and their abilities were a marked asset to
the Spring Concert. They also attended the County lliusic
Festival in conjunction with the other musical organizations of
,fr rw 1 ,
Music for our more formal occasions was furnished by this
group of able musicians. They appeared in Assembly programs,
in the operetta "College Daysf, and in the annual Spring Con-
cert. They also played appropriate music for Baccalaureate
Service and Commencement. Their repertoire included light
classics, overtures, and other classical works. The members
received excellent training for future public performances.
Left to Right-FIRST Row: Deis-
cher, VVetherl1old, DeVValt, John-
ston, Flexer, Gardner, Findlay,
Kruse, Kulp, Reinhardt. SECOND
Row: Brobst, Hohe, Daubert, Mr.
Peters CDirectorj, Kline, Stauifer,
Fegley, Winzer. THIRD Row:
Plarr, Kressley, VVetzel.
These high-stepping girls, under the leadership of Elinor
Kehs, Were seen at all the outdoor appearances of the band
Smartly-dressed in their gold and White uniforms, these girls dis-
played unusual talent in marching and twirling. A tumbler
Christine Clauser, joined the group this year.
Left to Rigllt'-KNEELINGI Shiner,
Brey. STANDING: Gilbert, Reinert,
Kelis, Laudenslager, Beam. NOT
Left to RightgFIRsT Row: De
VValt, Brobst, Hohe, Findlay, Kruse,
Kulp, Reinhardt, Fegley, VVinzer.
SECOND Row: Gardner, Plarr, Dau
bert, hir. Peters CDirectorj, Kline,
The Dance Orchestra strived to please the student body by
playing the popular songs of the day. They furnished the
musical accompaniment for the Freshman minstrel, "A Night At
the Fairf' and played in various Assembly programs. Their ap-
pearance at school dances has always insured a good time for the
many who attended.
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tive girls add a touch of color and zest to the Band and give the
group a finished appearance. The group meets With the band to
perfect their marching .
Left to Right-KNEELING: Mohr
CSecretaryl, Elkins. STANDING:
Miller, Giering, Houseknecht, Dun-
Left to Right-FIIIST Row: hir.
Rothenberg fDirectorj, VVetzel,
Leiser, Hoffman, Romig, Fegley,
Butz, VVinze1', hlerkel. SECOND
Row: Gable, Stoneback, Tamerler,
Danner, Hardner, P. Stauffer, Con-
rad. THIRD ROW: Douglas Bortz,
Reichard, Vvieder, Schwartz, Blar-
tin, Fretz, Flexer. FOURTH Row:
Anselm, R. Fenstermaker, Delano
Bortz, Albitz, Johnston, Andrews,
Hohe CVice Presidentb. FIFTH
Row: Sachs, Reinhardt, Brobst,
Kulp, Bitting, Wieder. SIXTH
Row: Gardner, B. lNIoyer, M. Hoff-
man, H. Hoffman CPresidentj,
VVagner, Krasnansky, Findlay,
Sicher. NOT PICTURED: H. Fenster-
maker, M. Moyer, R. Stauffer,
Rohrbach, Kruse, Howerter, Kline,
VVetl1erhold, DeW'alt, Labanz.
The pleasant atmosphere and neat appearance of the library
can be attributed to the efforts of the girls in the Library Club.
VVorking in their study periods, the members learned to shelve,
mend, and stamp books, and otherwise assist the librarian. If,
by the end of their Junior year, the girls had worked one hundred
hours, they received a Library "EH,
if- --'- "nr
Attractively dressed in their green and gold uniforms, the
Band made a smart appearance. They played in Assembly pro-
grams, at pep rallies, at all football games, and at the County
Blusic Festival. These faithful, industrious members practiced
many iong and tedious hours during classes and after school.
Their principal undertaking was the annual Spring Concert
which was a great success.
Left to RlglltlFI1tST Row: Fisher,
Miller, Reitnauer, Reinhardt. SEC-
oND Row: Bieber, Kline, Diefender-
fer fVice Presidentb, Reinsmith
fSecretaI'yj, Reinhard, Thompson,
Carter, Smith, Boyer, Mantz, Read-
inger. THIRD Row: Mrs. Hinkle
CAdViserD, Swavely, Marks, Spieker
fPresidentD, Shelly, Schwar fTreas-
urerj, Wessner, Zimmerman, De-
This group gives students an opportunity to voice their
opinions on school problems, to suggest possible improvements
in the school system, and to create a better understanding be-
tween pupils and teachers. Lyceum programs, noon-time
dances, and bonlires were sponsored by this group. The Board of
Judges, a sub-division of the Council, metes out punishment for
violators of school laws.
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Left to Right4Fnzs'r Row: Koenig
CSecretaryJ, Herman, Allmon, Dries,
llloatz, Shelly, Fromm, Diefen-
derfer, Fatula. CTre:1su1'erl. SECOND
Row: Mr. Peters CAdviserl, Charles-
worth, Hubert, Wlessner, Schwar,
R. Miller, Rodney Stauffer, Penne-
backer Cljresidentl. THIRD ROW:
Shanaberger, Fisher, Walters, Hin-
kle, G. Reed CVice Presidentl,
Genther, Rupp. FOURTH Row:
lVieder, Ronald Stauffer, VV. Reed,
Decker, Gerhart, S. Miller. NOT
PICTURED: Giering, Eschenbach,
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Left to Right-FIRST Row: M.
Keller CCaptainj, Kershner, Ortt,
Sc-liwar, Iobst, Spieker, DeEseh,
Koenig, Hilberg, Blr. Deischer
CAdvise1-J. SECOND Row: B. Keller,
VVenner, Geist CSecretnryl, VVieand,
Bloyer, llloser, Koc-her, Fatula.
VFHIRD Row: Stauller, Hertzog,
Gehnmn, Mohr, Laudenslager, Gil-
bert, Diehl, Doney. FOURTH Row:
Fenstermacher, Brown, Hallman,
Hersh, Reese, Stephen, Arndt.
FIFTH Row: Vlahovic, Gable, Xan-
der, Fcnstermaker, Knauss CLieu-
tenantj, Danner, George.
The lvlonitor Club is the enforcement branch of our school
government. It is composed of twenty Juniors and twenty
Seniors. Their duties are: the direction of traffic in halls, and
the supervision of lunch lines and noon-time dances in the Gym.
Violations of rules are punishable by the Board of Judges, which
consists of members of the Blonitor Club and the Student Council.
Debating Club '
Six pupils, interested in political, national and international
aifairs, met to debate current problems each club period. Chosen
topics were discussed in a formal debate and then argued at a
round-table session. The clubis objective was to develop the
ability to present thoughts clearly and convincingly, because the
art of public expression is a valuable asset.
Left to Right-Fmsr Row: Gard-
ner, Xander, Shafer, Yviedcr. SEC-
OND Row: Martin, Weil, Johnston
QSecretaryi, Dloser fP1'CSid611tJ,
Paulmeir CVice Presidentj, Sachs
CTreasurerD, Herman. THIRD Row:
Kocher, Biebcr, Clewell, Wlimmer,
Hilberg, Sassaman, Rinker, Leibert,
Shelling, Beam. FOURTH Row:
Butz, Aten, Hennemutli, Giering,
Wlurst, ND: Schaadt CAdviserD.
Left to Right: Irwin CSecretary-
Treasurerj, Stubner CVice Presi-
dentb, Fatula, Reese cP1'CSld6IItD,
Shanaberger, Miss Dils CAdviserj,
Twenty-six students joined the Dramatics Club to learn
about drama, play acting and the directing of plays. "Christmas
Giftf, a one-act play which was acted in and directed by the
members of this club was presented in our holiday assembly
program. These ambitious students have written and produced
a one-act play.
Left to Right-SEATED: Stauffcr,
Haines, Antler, Cassel, Richard,
VV?l11llJ0ld, ROllFl3l1C'l1, M. Kohler,
lobst. STANDING: Weaver, Knauss,
Stoudt, Diehl, lveudling CPresi-
dentl, Bittenhender fVice Presi-
dentl, VVoodring, lvillenbecker, H.
Kohler, Becker, Greenbaum, lllit-
chell, Gould CTreasurerD, Kline
CSecretaryD, Bliss lliller fAdviserj.
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Students who were interested in arts and crafts as hobbies
were members of this club. They were instructed in the various
handicraftsg such as making ceramics, jewelry, and weaving.
Paintings, in oils and water colors, and drawings, done in ink,
crayon, and pastels were also included in their schedule. The
results of their efforts were displayed at the annual Art EX-
popular hobbies in the country. lVith this in mind, the club's
main objective was for its members to improve the use of their
cameras and produce good pictures. Group discussion, the taking
of pictures, and talks by professional photographers occupied
most of the time during club periods. Contests were held monthly
to select thc best pictures taken by its members.
Left to Rlgllt'FIRST ROW: Dun-
dore, lliiller, Stauffer fPresidentD,
Spencer, Siegfried. SECOND Row:
Matterii CTreasurerj, Hubert CSec-
retaryli Radler, Hillegass, Nester,
Koze. THIRD Row: hir. Frantz
CAdviserj, Yeakel, K1'usc, Kras-
nansky, Brosky. Noir PICTURED:
liichuer, Seibert, Frey.
Left to Right-Fncsfr Row: Haines,
Daubert CChairmauD, DeLong, Pie-
rog. SECOND Row: Hensinger,
Bear, Rothermel, Bliss Graver
fAdviserD, lflstock, Vlahovie, VVil-
iinger. NOT PICTURED: Eisenhard.
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Under the competent instruction of the school nurse, eleven
girls were taught everyday nursing. They learned how to care
for the sick-which included pulse and temperature-taking-
and the care of the sickroom. The fundamentals of First Aid
were stressed and the care and supervision of children was
"As a Girl Reserve, I will try to beg gracious in manner,
impartial in judgment, ready for service, loyal to friends . . .H
This excerpt from the code of the Girl Reserves tells in a few
Words of the high standard that they strive to maintain in their
daily life. Guest speakers have addressed several of their meet-
ings and given them many helpful suggestions.
Left to Rigl1tAFIRST Row: Hinkle
Hilbert, Conrad, Heist, Hallman
ards, Fritz. SECOND Row: Mrs
ser, Schnellman, Funk, S. Shoe
maker CSecreiiiI'yl, Renninger, Suy
der, Ortt fPresidentD. THIRD Row
Stoudt, Latshaw CVice Presidentl
urerj, Lauer, Vogel, hlohr, Lobach
FOURTH Row: Mangold, Kratzer
man, Kern. NOT PICTURED: Dries
J. hliller, Gilbert, DeLong, Rich-
Nloyer QAdviserD, Kalmbaeh, VVis-
M. Shoemaker, L. Miller CTreas-
Haines, Knauss, Schueck, Sassa-
These boys have joined together to learn to identify our birds,
study their habits, and to attract more to our locality. The
economic value of birds to our county made a very interesting
and instructive study. Their field trips have been pleasant and
they saw and recognized an unusual number of birds.
Left to Right-FIRST Row: Miller,
Lippowitsch, Measler, Hensinger,
Stauffer, Kuhns, VVarmkessel,
Stortz, hir. Baer QAdviserj. SECOND
Row: Wfetzel, Charlesworth, Hille-
gass, Letterhouse, Brown, D. Geist,
C. Geist, Eck. THIRD Row: Kauf-
man, Reppert, Niess, Seibert, Lazor,
Iobst, VVieder, Gorman. FOURTH
ROW: VVeiss, Gackenbach, Fcgley,
Slate, Kuzma, Paules, Godusky.
NOT PICTURED: Rohrbach, Tretter,
Oswald, Kuncio, Volk.
Left to Rigllt?FIRST Row: Greiss,
Buchen, Bolich, Brobst, Frey, Aten
CVice Presidentb. SECOND Row:
Singley, DeWalt CTreasurerj, Mr.
Becker CAdviserD, Cope, Reinhardt,
Conservation and Wild Life Club
These students have organized into a group to help develop
and preserve our natural resources. Their meetings Were ad-
dressed by leaders in the conservation field. A visit to the
Philadelphia Zoo and Aquarium was the highlight of the year.
One of the clubis aims was to better understand the relationship
of living things to their environment.
The savory smells of cooking food in the second floor hall
herald the approach of lunch time. The Home Economics room
is the scene of the culinary endeavors of the girls who prepare and
serve our daily hot lunches. In addition they gained experience
in planning meals and in using the latest modern equipment for
Left to Bight-SEATED: hlabus,
Fenstermaker. STANDING: Miss
Guldin CAdviserD, Nichols, Barthol-
omew, Stauffer fPresidc-ntj, Wlinzer,
K. Miller, Diehl, hiuth, Findlay, R.
Left to RlglltfFIRST Row: Hilbert,
Readinger, Miliniclxik, DeLong, J.
Miller, Stauffer, DeEsch, Rauch,
Shelling, J. Stephen, Beam. SECOND
Row: Dcsch, Lorish, E. Gilbert, L.
Stephen, Berger, B. Gilbert. STAND-
ING: Miss Guldin CAdviserD, B.
Miller, Hubert, Marsh, Mantz,
Bauer, Kohler, Bieber, Reese, Alt-
house, Knauss, Eastman, Elkins,
Boys' Cooking Club
Defying the old saying that the Woman reigns in the kitchen
this exclusively male club strived to learn the basic principles oi
preparing foods. Instructed by our dietician, the boys were
taught the proper methods of using recipes and the planning of
economical and savory meals.
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Left to Right-Reifingcr, Kelis,
Eisenhard, Berger, Buss, Kelchner,
Micklos, Schmoyer, hir. Heckmau
mementoes, or letters.
A new addition to our list of clubs, this year, was the Leather-
craft Club. Boys, who were interested in the art of tooling
leather, grouped together and made beautiful belts, wallets, book-
covers, and other useful articles. Mr. Weber was instrumental
in organizing this club and advised its activities.
Girls' Shop Club
There are girls everywhere, even in the shop! You would be
surprised at the mechanical talent that is latent in the fair sex.
Their projects included the designing, assembling, and finishing
of small sets of shelves and little cedar chests that could be used
as handkerchief, or jewel boxes, or perhaps to keep those special
Left to Right:-Fegley, Dreas,
Decker CVice Presidentj, Knauss,
Arndt, Fairchild, Fehnel, hir. VVeber
CAdviserD, Fisher, Fraukenfield
Biehn, Butz, Danner. NOT Prci
TUHED: Kocis QPreside11tj, Lauden-
schlager CSecretaryD, Neimeyer,
Loft to Right-l1'ms'r Row: Mr.
l,9lSC'll0l' c:xflYlSl'l'j, G2lllE5', Long,
Moyer, heist, Sc-hwar, Wieand
CTreasure-rl, R. Miller, Koenig CSec-
rctaryl, Gaal. SECOND Row: Har-
inan, VV. lV.iller, Brown, S. Penne-
backer, ll. Pcnnehzicker CPreside-ntl,
Nicholas, Stratz. THIRD Row:
Genther CVice ltrcsidentj, Schuster,
XYagner, Stoner, Reese, Smith,
I-lertzog. FOURTH Row: Keeler,
Markle, Trump, Kemmerer, Ren-
ninger, Ondrovie, Bittenhcnder.
l'wo'r PICTUIQED: Wenncr.
Scatlbarri and Bitade Club
W Every day, the newspapers warn us of the dangerous trend of
international affairs. Realizing the seriousness of the situation,
these boys started to prepare themselves for possible military
service. Their routine included drilling, a study of military
courtesy and discipline, and the use and care of side-arms.
Varsity "E" Club
This group, made up of letter winners in all sports, was
organized with the object of improving the regulations and rules
of school athletics. The securing of sweaters for its Senior mem-
bers was the main project of the year. Social functions and a
"Faculty vs. Varsityv basketball game were sponsored to raise
funds for the sweaters. The club had two representatives in the
left to Riglit-FIRST Row: Musser,
Walters,R. Stauffer, Keller, Schantz,
Labanz CPresidentD, Stephens, Gulla,
Schmoyer QTreasurerl. SECOND
Row: Mr. Lohh CAdviserD, Gerhart,
Rupp, Knapp, Sichcr, K. Stauffer,
Berry, Seip, Hitting CVice Presi-
dentl. IPHIHD Row: Confer, Wag-
ner, Mcmlir, lllerkel CSeeret:1ryD,
Bliller, Brown, Fluck, Gery, Rein-
Girls, Health and Physical Ed. Club
The acquiring of good poise, balance, and coordination was the
object of this girls' club. In order to achieve these purposes, they
practiced tap-dancing, tumbling, did calisthenics, and worked
out on the gym equipment. They displayed their accomplish-
ments at the annual Gym Exhibition which was held in Spring.
Left to Rlgllt-FIRST Row: Mrs.
Rash CAdviserl, Miller, Faust,
Herbst CSecretary-Treasurerj, Nlil-
inichik, Lazor, VVotring, Gerhart,
Allmon, Kunkle, Gilbert CPresi-
dentj. SECOND Row: Bauer, Bieber
Reinert, Laudenslager, Rice, Ritter,
Keller CVice President, lwanagerj,
Elkins. THIRD Row: Desch, Marsh,
lVleitzler, VValters, Hardner, Lorish
Greenbaum. NOT PICTDRED
Boys' Health and Physical Ed. Club
Left to Right-FIRST Row: Kulp,
Stoudt, B. Apgar, Sicher, Danner
Mr. Tuttle CAdviserj. SECOND Row
Kline, Bieber, Cox, Gehman, Roth-
ermel, R. VVetlierhold, Moyer'
Schuler. NOT PICTURED: Hess, H
WVetherhold, G. Apgar, Vlahovic
Arndt, Hallman, Rupp, Hainscher,
The Boys, Health and Physical Education Club is sponsored
for the purpose of developing coordination and mobility of the
body. During club periods these ambitious boys are active in
gymnastics, calisthenics and tumbling. The members displayed
what they had accomplished during the year by participating in
the Annual Gym Exhibition.
Left to Right-SEATED: Hamscher
ler, Shoemaker, Adams, Berger, BI
Gable, Fenstermaker, Hilbert
George, Doney, Mc-Nair, Reed
TURED: Stautfer CPresidentD.
Chests and Checkers Club
Chess and checkers are two of the few ancient games that have
lasted into modern times. They still attract the interest and
attention of many of our students. The club held elimination
tournaments for its members and it is hard to imagine the
exhaustive concentration that was exhibited during these ses-
sions. The victors Well deserved their laurels!
Left to RightTFIRST Row: Mr.
Benfield CAdviserj, George Ben
field, Hoffman, DeVValt, Hlertzogi
SECOND Row: Conrad, Himmel-
berger, Dickinson, Funk, Lohrman
Honeymoon Voyage Club
Travel-loving students have founded this novel club. Each
member planned a trip for two which was to last sixty-five days.
They were given an imaginary sixteen thousand dollars and they
planned an extensive itinerary. This schedule was so made that
the travelers Would see the most interesting places by many and
varied methods of transportation.
Polster, Houseknecht, hlory, Schiss-
Hoffman, H. Hoffman CVicc Presi-
dentl, Hubbard, Anselm, VVieder,
Hohe, Moyer. STANDING! Schwartz,
Klingei-, M1-. ofa oxdviseru, G01-l
hart CSecretaryj, Stratz. NOT PIC-
Left to Rigl1tfFI1iST Row: Rauden-
bush, Kline, Moatz, Bliss Strauss,
hliss Hauser, Mrs. Slack CAdvisersj,
McElroy, Berger, Stautfer. SECOND
Row: Eastman, Young, Fehnel, S.
Mohr, Readler, Eichner, Rauch,
hloyer. THIRD Row: Drucken-
miller, Bauman, Houseknecht, Rein-
hard, Fretz, Myers, Heiney, Herb-
ster. FOURTH Row: Gehman,
Liehtenwalner, Sehiifert, Brinker,
Schoch, Iobst, Millhouse, Gruene-
berg. NOT PICTURED: Beltz, F,
Nlohr, Hamer, Englert, Kichline,
Bastian, Diehl, VVinzer, Andrews.
Approximately one hundred girls, interested in knitting their
own garments, have joined this club. Because of the large
number of members, the group was divided into three sections.
The beginners learned the fundamentals of knitting under
the guidance of Miss Hauser. Miss Strauss assisted the inter-
mediate girls, who knitted sweaters, scarves, and mittens. The
advanced group, advised by hlrs. Slack, has made Argyle socks,
ties, and more difficult sweaters.
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Left to Rlgllt?FIltST Row: S, Mohr
Clvliee Presidentl, J. Nloyer Cljresi-
dentl, Skinner, L. Miller, Delisch,
Folk, lVIarsteller, D. Moyer, Kersh-
ner CSeeretaryl, Dundore, CTreas-
urerj. SECOND Row: D. Miller,
Kuzma, Ortt, Marlene Diefenderfer,
Gower, Sehantzenbach, Sieher,
Lewis. THIRD Row: Hinkle, Hersh,
D. Reiss, hlarilyn Diefenderfer,
Shiner, Bower, Fegley, Kuhns,
Hieter. FOURTH Row: Amig, Marks,
hfiate, Druckenmiller, Kline, J.
Stephen, Hausman, C. Reiss. FIFTH
Row: B. Nlohr, Scholl, lvilson,
Beaky, Gilbert, L. Stephen, Frey,
Left to Rigl1t?FIRST Row: Nlr. Lobb fCoachD, E. Smith, Markle, H. Pennebacker, Keeler, YV. lNIiller, Stoner,
S. Pennebacker, Wagner, Renninger, Genther. SECOND Row: Mr. Albert Deischer QAssistant Coachl, Cox, R.
Wetherhold, D. Miller, Nicholas, Brown, Robert Schaeffer, Trump, Ondrovic, Richard Schaeffer, Kemmerer.
THIRD ROW: Vlahovic, H. Wetherhold, Houseknecht, Bittenbender, Hertzog, Nichols, Woodring, D. Wetherhold,
Plarr, Weaver, Aten. FOURTH Row: Greiss, Stoudt, B. Smith, Diehl, Pierog, Seibert, Polster, Hamscher, Gerhart,
Niess. FIFTH Row: Mabus, Bartholomew, Harman, Reinhardt, Hillegass, Fenstermaker, Bauman, Gehman,
Stratz, Muth, Hilbert.
Gridders Place Third in League
Tip your hat to Emmaus High and pat the
Green Hornets on the back for a glorious
comeback after a dismal 1947 season.
Mr. VVilliam L. Lobb started his second
year as head coach, knowing that he would
have at his disposal nine lettermen from last
yearfs squad which won two games, lost seven
and tied one. So, he and his assistant Coach
Albert Deischer reverted to the "Tn formation
to guide the football destiny of Emmaus High.
On September 18, the Green Hornets
journeyed to Muhlenberg Township for their
opening game with a squad depleted by in-
juries from pre-season training. Despite a
valiant fight the Emmaus boys lost by a one-
point margin. The following games showed
praiseworthy performance, scoring notable
victories against all opponents but North-
ampton and Whitehall.
In the annual Booster Day game, played
November 6, the Green Hornets beat a fight-
ing Nazareth eleven 26-13. The entire stu-
dent body capitalized on this victory by hav-
ing a holiday the following Monday.
The annual football awards were made in
assembly on January 18. Co-Captain Henry
Pennebacker, a four year letter winner, re-
ceived the Mary Reese Deischer trophy for
being the outstanding player of the year. Co-
Captain Ralph Keeler was awarded the foot-
ball used in the Booster Day game for his
outstanding playing during the game. Glenn
Hertzog was awarded the Dr. Lichtenwalner
trophy for showing the most improvement
during the football season.
Lost through graduation were: Henry
Pennebacker, Samuel Pennebacker, David
Renninger, Richard Genther, VVilliam Miller,
Bruce Wagner, and John Stoner. Managers
lost through graduation were Harold Stratz
and Robert Harman.
Left to Right: Smith about to stop a
Whitehall gain. Keeler gains twenty yards
in Turkey Day game. The rout of East
Greenville. HCatty" stops an Einmaus
Muhlenberg Township, ,,r, . 6 7
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1Northampton .,.. .. . .. 0 48
9FSlatington ..,......, .. Q7 14
:':Catasauqua ........ .. 7 0
1Lehighton .,.,,..., .. Q1 6
"tPalrnerton 77,7,,,. .. 6 0
Nazareth ...........,,,. .. 26 13
East Greenville ....... ,. 19 0
"'YVhitehall .....,,,,,....... .. 13 Q5
Left to Right: First touchdown in Booster
Day game. Nazareth stops another Em-
maus try for a touchdown.
Left to Right: Harman CStudent Nfanagerj, Lalmzmz, ll. Pennebacker, Koris CCaptainj, S. Penncbacker, Althouse
Eyer, Kemmerer, I'T0ffITlElIl, Reese, liaudenschlagcr, Mx'. Tuttle CCo:x.c-lib. NOT Plcvrlrlcmln: Keeler.
Varsity Squad Has Successful Season
The Varsity basketball team went through
a successful season with a record of fourteen
victories and seven losses.
With three Varsity letter Winners and eight
former Jay Vee players to form the Varsity
squad, Coach Tuttleis Green and Gold
Hornets had ability and experience and proved
themselves very strong in the Lehigh Valley
League. Losing only to Catasauqua and the
league-leading lVhitehall Zephyrs, the cage
squad closed the first half in a second place tie
with the Catasauqua Rough Riders.
The team did not fare as well in the second
half, Winning four games and losing three.
However, they displayed excellent teamwork
and skill When they scored the biggest upset
in League competition by beating undefeated
Whitehall, Lehigh Valley League Champions,
by the score of 49-40. The Hornets finished
the season in fourth place in the League
Lost through graduation Were: Captain
Kocis, high scorer in the Lehigh Valley
League, Labanz, Reese, H. Pennebacker, S.
Pennebacker, Laudenschlager, Althouse, and
Left to Right: Althouse No. 142 and Kocis in the air for ball in Northampton game. Time out in Rockne Hall.
S. Pennebacker No. 4-4 and Althouse No. 43 up for rebound while H. Pennebacker No. 51 and Kocis No. 47 are on
lliller passing to Schwar with Geist on the alert. Gaal and Bfoyer fighting for the ball with Ganey standing by.
Girls llfl7f'irs, ilIn.oWiciwi llefwhgmee Cllwmfiafomsizip
The Girls, Basketball team has established
another impressive record of victories for their
Alma lllater by winning twelve games and
losing only one. During the season they scored
a total of 372 points to their opponents, total
of Q81 points.
This year a league was formed with Palmer-
ton, Catasauqua, lvhitehall, Slatington, and
Emmaus as member schools. Under P.I.A.A.
ruling the girls were allowed to play only eight
games but a thirteen game schedule was
arranged by including independent schools,
thus giving more girls an opportunity to play'
Coached by Birs. Anna Rash, the Green and
Gold Basketeers Won the unofficial League
Championship title with seven league vic-
tories and a lone defeat by Catty.
The following girls Were lost through gradu-
ation: Klartha Gaal, Helen Ganey, Dolores
Geist, Kathleen Greenbaurn, Joyce House-
knecht, Jean Koenig, Ruth Miller, Joan D.
llloyer, Joan E. Moyer, Fay Schwar, Patsy
Underwood, Nancy lVieand.
Left to ltiglit-FInsT Row: J. D. Nloycr, J. E. Bloyer, Gun:-y, Gaal, Geist, Sehwar, Bliller, Koenig. SECOND Row:
Long CStudent Blanagerl, Picrog, Shiner, Greenbaum, Stephen, lvieand, Smith, Henning, Nlrs. Rash CCoachj.
Tnmn Row: Boar, Fisher, Bieber, Diefenderfer, Reinsmith, B. Keller, Houscknecht, Sachs. Fonnrn Row:
Kunklv, Boyer, Kline, Young CStudent Nlanagerj, Gilbert CStudent Dlzniagerl, Spicker, Ililberg. NOT PICTURED:
Underwood, N. Keller CStudent lllanagerj.
Left to Iligllll-FIRST Row: Hoffman, VV. Brown, Reinhardt, hliller, Gerhart, Hamscher, Houseknecht. SECOND
Row: Mr. Tuttle CCOHCIIJ, Smith, Wolford, R. Brown, Polster, Bauman, Reed CStudent Managerj. NOT PICTUREIJ:
Baby Hoffnets Display Skill and Teamwork
For the second consecutive year, our Junior
Varsity proved themselves superior basket-
ball players by again leading the Junior
Teams of the Lehigh Valley League, losing
only four league games. During the season
they won fourteen games, while losing six.
The Jay Vees suffered one defeat in the first
half at the hands of Catasauqua, but had a
less victorious second half when they lost
Lacking in height, but having coordination
and the will to win, the Baby Hornets went
through the season coached by Leon Tuttle.
They also displayed passing and shooting
abilities in addition to their teamwork which
was an important factor in their many vic-
tories. The Jay Vees also showed very good
defensive abilities, as proven by the scores to
which they held their opponents.
The Junior Varsity has made a very good
showing this basketball season and subse-
quently prospects for next year's Varsity look
Anybodyls ball in Nazareth game as Gerhart No. 5 looks on. Getting instructions at half-time. Kemmerer No. 11
and Eyer No. 4 jump for the rebound with VVolford No. 10 ready for action.
Central Catholic .,.,,,,,,
Labanz No. 5, Kocis No. 13, Reese and H. Pennebacker seeing
action in game with Whitehall.
Central Catholic .......
Central Catholic ..,....
Boys' Junior Varsity
Central Catholic ,...,.... ..
Palmerton ..,,.,,,,.,..... ..
Catasauqua .,,,,,..,.. ..
Lehighton ,.,..,........ ......
Left to Right: Skinner, Weiiner, Kocher, Moyer, Koenig, Herbst.
Cheerleaders Direct School Spirit
The cheerleaders are among the "unsung
heroesn of the sports Writers. They play an
important part in all athletic contests, not as
The basketball season brought cheerleaders out i11
participants of the game, but as directors of
Never faltering on the job, they achieved
coordination and rhythm by hours of prac-
tice. Their interest was proven by the intro-
duction of many new and different cheers.
They had a major role in the pep meetings and
bonfires held during the football season.
The girls are chosen in spring by an
elimination process. All Sophomore girls are
eligible to compete and are trained by the
Junior cheerleaders. The Senior cheerleaders
and faculty managers select the group for the
VVearing new uniforms for basketball games,
consisting of a green jerkin with matching
skirt and a gold tailored blouse, these girls
were admired by all.
The Senior cheerleaders were Jean Koenig,
Joan hloyer and Ruth VVenner. Juniors are
Constance Herbst, Adele Kocher and Jean
Left to Rigllt-FIRST Row: Boyer, Koenig, Lorish, D. Miller, Alhnon, F. Schwar, R. Miller, J. D. Moyer, J. E.
hioyer. SECOND Row: D. Gchman, Hilberg, B. Nliller, Elkins, Sassaman, Butz, C. Schwar, Zimmerman, Under-
wood, Ganey, llohr. THIRD Row: Antler, Hertzog, R. Sicher, Kulp, Apgar, VVcaver, Danner, Knauss, Hamschcr,
Richards. FOURTH ROW: Nicholas, Cox, D. Sicher, Wietherhold, Schuler, Smith, Kline, VV. Gehman.
Gym Teams Provide Thrilling Enterminmeint
The Boys' and Girls, Gym Teams worked
together to present the annual Gym Exhibi-
tion, which was held on hlarch 31 and April 1,
in the gymnasium. The success of the exhibit
can be attributed to many hours of tedious
practice and teamwork shown by the clubs.
The Girls, Gym Team, supervised by llrs.
Rash, provided poise and glamour Which won
the admiration of everyone with the striking
routines in tumbling, wands, clubs, and danc-
ing. Novel features were tumbling stunts
and the formation of pyramids.
The Boys, Gym Team, coached by llr.
Tuttle, added zest to the exhibition by pre-
senting breath-taking drills on the spring-
board, horse, and parallel bars. They also
showed their abilities in tumbling feats.
Clowns kept the spectators laughing through-
out the show.
This year the teams were fortunate in hav-
ing excellent talent, but the nucleus of both
teams was lost by the graduation of many
Team members practiced faithfully after school to
perfect their acts.
Left to Right!-FIRST Row: Trump, Eyer, Stoner, Wagner, Yeakel, Kocis, Schuster. SECOND Row: Miller, Bau-
man, Berry, Renninger, Labanz, Reese, Laudenschlager. THIRD Row: Mr. Tuttle CCoachD, Kemmerer CStudent
Managerl, Gerhart, Hamscher, Houseknecht, Wieder QStudent Managerj. ,
Green Hornet Baseballers Rate High
The baseball team was composed mainly of
a squad of veterans. VVith eight lettermen in
the lineup from last year,s championship team
another championship is almost a certainty.
"Dave', Renninger, outfielder and pitcher,
has the enviable record of having the longest
baseball career of any member on the ball
"Meddy" Kocis, "Shugie', Reese, '6Jerry',
Labanz, ' 'Peanutsl , Laudenschlager,
"Schrieve" Schuster, John Stoner, and
"Noche,, VVagner are battle-scarred veterans
of previous seasons. Due to the early copy
deadline of this book we are unable to print
the outcome of the season, but the 49'ers, the
student body, alumni, and the community
predict another championship for Emmaus
The schedule consisted of twelve games
played with Central Catholic, Northampton,
Catasauqua, Coopersburg, Slatington, Allen-
town, Stroudsburg, Palmerton, Lehighton,
Lost through graduation were Renninger,
Kocis, Reese, lVagner, Laudenschlager, Schus-
ter, Stoner, Labanz, and Berry.
Pictures of the 19-l-8 Lehigh Valley League Champions in action. Left to Right: Stoner safe at first. Another strike-
out victim. VVagner around third to score.
Pictures of the 1948 L. V. I. A. A. Track Champions in action. Left to Right: Schaeffer about to break the tape
at the finish of the Q20-yard dash Genther throwing the javelin. Brown running the mile.
Trackmen Capture Honors for School
The Track squad started the season with
practices in March, having Mr. Lobb as
Track coach for the third year. They spent
many hard and tiring hours at drilling and
preparing for their strenuous schedule.
Stuart Cox, half-miler, and Richard Gen-
ther, shot-putter, District 11 Champions of
19458, were again with the team with many
other veterans. These boys were on the teams
that won the Lehigh Valley League Track
Championships for the past two years. VVith
experienced Trackmen and a number of good
underclassmen, the team launched a very
successful season against Quakertown on
April 8. Included in their schedule were:
Bethlehem, Whitehall, Northampton, Palmer-
ton, Lehighton, and Central Catholic. They
also participated in three championship meets:
The P.I.A.A. District 11 meet at Pottsville,
the L.V.I.A.A. meet at Palmerton, and the
State Meet at Pennsylvania State College.
Lost through graduation were: Stuart Cox,
Richard Genther, Merritt Keller, Samuel
Pennebacker, Charles Reinhardt, Donald
Sicher, William Miller, and Student Manager
Left to Rlgllt-FIRST ROW: Bolich, Wilt, S. Miller, Charlesworth, Hillegass, W. Stoudt, Ondrovic, Pierog, Weaver.
SECOND Row: Mr. Lobb CCoachj, R. Fenstermaker, W. Miller, Reichard, Stauffer, Reinhardt, Niess, Krasnansky,
Dreas, H. Stratz CStudent Managerl. THIRD Row: Brown, Markle, R. Wetherhold, Richard Schaeffer, Vlahovic,
Pennebacker, Nichols, Keeler. FOURTH Row: Batman, H. Fensterrnaker, Musser, Woodring, Sicher, Hohe,
H. Stoudt, Keller, W. Stratz CStudent Managerj. FIFTH Row: Hersh CStudent Managerj, Genther, Cox, D.
lvetherhold, Roy Schaeffer, Diehl, Althouse.
LEHIGH VALLEY'S LEADING
W ziczwer-Jones Company
923 HAMILTON STREET ALLENTOWN, PA.
Phone 2-Q7 80
Rockels Store Compfffmems
304 MAIN STREET The Home Mutual
EMMAUS, PA. .
Telephone Q9-B F1re Insurance
OF LEHIGH COUNTY
Ladies', Children's and Men,s
Wear Home office
Dry Goods and Notions EMMAUS, PA.
Wm. . Gehman Sons, Inc
"Your Cm' Will Give You Service - If Serviced By Us"
VVe Buy and Sell Used Cars
STATE HIGHWAY Sz ELM STREET
Perkiomen Transfer Inc
SEVENTH 8 BROAD STREETS
EMMAUS CLEANERS AND Compliments Of
LAUNDRY MACUNGIE FOOD MKT.
319 MAIN STREET
EMMAUS, PA. ia
Phone 584-R 1 WEST MAIN STREET
807 HAMILTON STREET ALLENTOWN, PA.
Cl2lI'CHCC R. Ritter Emmaug Theatre
Funeral Di1'eCt01' and Lehigh Co1mty's Best Show Value
Funeral Parlor for Convenience .
of Public Entertainment for you and the
Hammond Organ Service
Tel. 34-Q Emmaus
36-38 S. Fifth St. Emmaus, Pa. Phone 273
Jolm Gould Plmrmvzoy
EMMAUs, PA. Phone Q40
Robert J. Wieder
"No One Man Can Think
Estimates Given 'if
Work Dong g,1jP7'qfcg,g
You Crm Alford
to Pay 'Q
P Prmtmg House
557 CHESTNUT STREET 1-IOWARD A. SMITH, Prop.
Phone 134-M Phone 173-B EMMAUS, PA
Cast-Iron Soil Pipe and Fittings
Brass - Plumbing Supplies - Iron - Brassvana'
1i6S1d6I'1CC 306 W Shop 306 B
Wm M E Yeakel 8: Sons
Expemenced Roofmg and
Sheet Metal Contractors
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. DR. KARL H. KLERX
Pasteurized lVIilk Safeguards Your Health
"TED" IOBST HOME
Grocery and Bakery Products
Local Distributors of
Fegely's Pasteurized Milk and Cream
437 SOUTH FIFTH STREET
PHONE 483-M EMMAUS, PA.
There is No Substitute for the Lifting Power of Education
FINISH HIGH SCHOOL FIRST
Then Come to the
JOHN WV. OBERLY, President
An Approved Business School
Kemmerer C. T. Flexer
Paper Company Estate
WHOLESALE HAULING, EXCAVATING
SCHOOL SUPPLIES and
355-357 HAMILTON STREET QQ Main Street
ALLENTOWN, PA. Emmaus, Pa.
Allentown 8021 Lancaster 9915 SALES SERVICE
BE A BEAUTICIAN S1'UDEBA-XKER
It Pay-9 AAA Road Service
OF BEAUTY CULTURE
532 TIAMILTON ST. 14-5 N. QUEEN ST. g
ALLENTOIVN, PA. LANCASTER, PA. Main St. Macungle, Pa.
Wayne Feather-Donald Holtzman, Inc.
Plumbing and Heating
Home Appliances Petroleum Products
Telephone Emmaus 250
3rd Sz MAIN STREETS EMMAUS, PENNA.
The Morning Call
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General Maehme Co Inc
Eleetr1e Furnace Man Inc
Manufacturers and Dzstmbutors of
THI ELECTRIC FURNACE MAN
FROZEN FOOD CABINET
Fourth and Furnace Streets Emmaus Penna
AUTOMATIC ANTHRACITE STOKER
Meats .' Groceries : Produce
LEHIGH VALLEY DAIRY PRODUCTS
103 N. Seventh Street Phone 150
I ' E , . . .
SEE L S Expert Photo Fzmshmg Service
for that '
W eo'o'z'ng , ALLENTOWN PHOTO SHOP
C Photographic Supplies
gpg ji . hy.-
Costumes 5 pi 339 N. SEVENTH STREET
W, 1 ALLENTOWN, PA.
IRVIN J. KERCHNER
g Painting and
Orchestras -4 '1 P H .
Equipped M MM apei- anging
C E Phone-Emmaus 417-W
154 MAIN ST. MACUNGIE, PA.
206 NORTH TENTH STREET
ALLENTOWN, PA. Estimates Cheerfully Given
Robert A. Melchior Walter F. Sn-hneck
MELCHIOR 8: SCHNECK
Diamonds and Diamond M ountings
Gifts : Costume Jewelry
SQQ Hamilton Street
I nlaid Linoleum - Shades - Congoleum
510 CHESTNUT STREET
9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
George's The Butz
We Wire Flowers 'Q
is Telephone 56
SECOND and RIDGE STREETS FOURTH AND MAIN STREETS
Phone 410-B EMMAUS, PA.
CLAREMAN JOHN GULLA
General Merchandise SELF-SERVICE M ARKET 35
FIFTH AND BROAD STREETS
EMINIAUS, PA. Phone 9007
Courteous Service - Fair Prices
116-120 SOUTH SIXTH STREET
PHONE EMMAUS 271 R
HERBERT E. SEIBERT, Prop.
128 EAST MAIN STREET
Social and Commercial Prz'm'z'fzg
The Name That Identifies Style and Quality
639 HAMILTON STREET
Q3-Q9 N. DUKE STREET
Em maus Jewel
Phone Q-1722 Everything MllSiCa1
N Lehigh Valley,s Finest School
946 HAMILTON STREET
338-340 Main St. Phone 30-B ALLENTOWN, PA,
MACUNGIE SUPPLY CO. MCNABB POULTRY FARM
JOHN DEERE VVM- H- MCNABB
Quality Farm Equipment '6Chicks that Satisfy'
PHONE 416-TV EMMAUS
INSURED - EXPERIENCED - EQUIPPED
PAINTING AND DECORATING
SHOP AND OFFICE
1180 N. SEVENTH STREET ALLENTOVVN, PA.
DECORATING DEPARTINIENT PAINTING AND SPRAYING
CIIIIFCTIGS, Club Rooms, Homes, Factories, Offices, Display Rooms
Aurlitoriums lV3X'Cll0llS6S, Garages, e-tv.
STEAM CLEANING - SAND BLASTING
WATER PROOFING - CA LKING - DAMP PROOFING
, I Dealer in
Coal, Lumber, Grain,
Phone: Emmaus 83
E. B. FREY
Flour, Feed and Salt
All kinds of
Phone so-R RADIO SERVICE
Emmaas Record Headquarters
Poultry Mashes and Scratch fi
Grains 314 MAIN STREET
EMIWAUS, R. 1 Phone 148-B PA.
ANN'S GIFT SHOP
BROWNIE'S ROUND TOP
Frozen Foods - Meats - Groceries
31 N. SECOND STREET
EMMAUS, PA. Phone 338-W
Phone 532-M 550 Dalton St. Emmaus, Pa.
DR. E. A. WILSON Compliments
Best Wishes A
The Graduates of 1949
On the Triangle
HOTPOINT - PHILCO - CROSLEY
Sales and Service
Ranges Water Heaters
Water Pumps Cabinets and Sinks
TELEVISION AND RADIO
Motorola - Philco - Crosley - Emerson
Free Demonstrations - Installation Costs Lowest in Valley
We I fristall and Service All Our Appliances
Open Evenings Easy Credit Terms
Route 100 Shimerville
Phone Emmaus 365-R-2
Hail to the oncoming generation and to the
Class of 1949 being graduated from Emmaus
High, and "standing with reluctant feet Where
the brook and river meetf,
The old order changeth and giveth Way to
the new. We salute you and look to the time
when some of you grads Will join us, and our
staff Will be refreshed by your skills, your pep
and your forward vision. Good luck!
Air Products, no.
EMMAUS HARDWARE CO.
Complete Line of
HARDWARE, PAINTS, ETC.
231 MAIN STREET
Phone 103 EMMAUS, PA.
DR. F. H. MARTIN
AN APPROVED BUSINESS TRAINING
Complete Secretarial, Accounting,
Business Administration and
Business Machine courses
FREE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
Ask for Annual Catalog
Emaus Ice 81
Storage Co., Inc.
Frozen Food Locker Service
Freezing and storing of meats, fruits
and vegetables in individual lockers
"Say It With Flowers!
Why Not With Ours?
New York Floral Co.
Phone 9685 or 9686
906 to 912 HAMILTON STREET
CLARENCE M . FREY
Plumbing - Heating
Groceries and Smoked Meats
Roofing and Sponting It Pleases Us
To Please You
Phone 149-B 809 Chestnut St.
408 Chestnut St. Emrnaus, Pa. EMMAUS, PA.
FINE FOOD FOR FINE FOLKS!
412-14 CHESTNUT STREET
EMMAUS, PA. Phone 41-R
SPECIAL ORDER WORK
We specialize in the repairing and
modernizing of ine jewelry. We
excel in Diamond Setting.
Howard H. Weaver
Justice Of the Peace
Real Estate and
We give S. Sz H. Green Stamps Insurance
F amz' E5 Landes
J EWELERS Phone 65
ALLENTOWN, PENNA. EMMAUS, PA'
and Motor Co.
Authorized KAISER-FRAZER Dealer
Sales and Service General Repairing
RECONDITIONED USED CARS
341 CHESTNUT STREET EMMAUS, PA.
H111S1dC C. A. Dorney
Motor Co. Furmiure Co.
525 Chestnut Street FURNITURE
,E Established in 1877
Phone 369 612 HAMILTON STREET
EMMAUS, PA. ALLENTOWN, PA.
CHESTNUT ST. MARKET
711 CHESTNUT STREET
W. J. FENSTERMAKER
Cold M eats - Fresh Meats tg
Gmcenes 104 N. FOURTH ST. EMMAUS, PA.
PHONE 101-R Phone 312
Layer Cakes Pies Cookies
Variety of Bread Baked Daily at
71-'73 Church Street
ALSO A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
Store Open Evenings for Your
832 Hamilton Street
LIAROLD BOYER, Prop.
TOBACCO Sz CANDY 427 CHESTNUT ST. EMMAUS
C0mPlifn9"tS of RAUCH'S GROCERY STORE
CHARLES F. JOHNSON GROCERIES CJANDIES
COLD MEATS SODAS
516 North Street
if Emmaus, Pa..
ROYAL SWAN, Inc.
WorId's Largest Manufacturers of
Formerly Altown Division
General Ribbon Mills, Inc.
Peaches and Apples
Wholesale and Retail
5 CHESTNUT STREET
IF IT,S AN ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE
WE HAVE IT
Service after the Sale
Platt Furs Dune! ee Clofhef
BUY YOUR CLOTHES
FUR COATS AT THE FACTORY
. AT FACTORY PRICES
Dzrect from Factory to You
326.75 to 344.75
4 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Factory
EMMAUS, PA. 930 HAMILTON STREET
Phone 166 ALLENTOWN, PA.
L. E. EROH, Mfgr.
DR. CHESTER E. KIRK
Our Prices Save You Enough to
Bay Extra Pairs
ALL ADVERTISED BRANDS OF SHOES
Prices to Fit the Pocket Book
565-567 CHESTNUT STREET
PHONE 134-B EMMAUS, PA.
Open Every Evening till 9:00 P. BI.
i5nues av :AE ,
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BETTER SHOES BY EARR
For All the Family
ALLENTOWN - BETHLEHEM - EASTON - READING
Pine Tree Park
THOMAS MIKLENCHJ, Prop.
Geo. T. W entz
Plumbing and Heating Supplies
General Electric Oil Burners
Electrolux Gas Refrigerators
Roper and Quality Gas Stoves
Automatic Gas Water Heaters
Paints and Oils
Toys arid Novelties
EMMAUS, PA. Q25 MAIN ST. EMMAUS, PA.
E was a master because he took infinite
Pains. We are his earnest disciples.
The 1949 "TATTLER" printed by the
'LITHOGRAPHERS and PRINTERS
VVest and Elm Streets
Phones: 3-5204 - 3-5200
A Modern Pharmacy
H. T. KEMMERER
I fn Every Sense of the Word
346 MAIN STREET
, EMMAUS, PA.
A complete hue of
AND IFTZAT THE RIGHT sToRTz sz EISENHARD
E fOver 7 Million in Usej
Ranges - Hot Water Heaters
Radios - ABC - Easy and Universal
DUNDORE'S DRUG STORE
on me Triangle Hoover Cleaners
OFFICIAL INSPECTION STATION
1 Hour Battery Charging
Cars called for and delivered
TOWING TIRE RECAPPING
513 BROAD ST. EMMAUS, PA.
C omplimenls of
Phone 4 3-B
The 1NIan's Store
SEVENTH AND HABTILTON
YOUNG MEN'S SMARTLY
STYLED CLOTHING AND
P. Compliments of
Bonded Member F. T. D. A.
Flowers for All Occasions
We Telegraph Flowers Anywhere
544 NORTH ST. EMMAUS, PA.
ARTHUR P. HOUSER
Emmaus Ford Company
"Your Fora' Dealer"
Showroom and Used Cars
710 CHESTNUT STREET
Service and Parts
+25 GREEN STREET
' Your Fora' Dealer Kuowx Your Foro' Bert '
CHESTER B. NICHOLAS
Electrical Sales and Service
APPLIANCES - TELEVISION - RADIO
ZENITH RADIOS - YOUNGSTOWN KITCHENS
Diamonds - Jewelry - Watches
1015 HAMILTON STREET
'Where Silver 6' Gold are Fairly Sololu
E. E. DIEHL
VVe Specialize in
Hershegfs Ice Cream
Dry Goods - Groceries - Notions anc
EAs'r TEXAs, PENNA.
LAUDENSLAGER 8: GEIST
Old Compafngfs Lehigh Coal
Flour and Feed
EMMAUS Phone 123
Modern Facilities - Centrally Located
Licensed Funeral Director and
Shoe Repair Shop
LEATHER - RUBBER - NEOLITE
SOLES - HEELS
Orthopedic Repair Done
653 CHESTNUT STREET
Yarns and Crochet Cotton
Domestic and Imported Hankies
420 CHESTNUT STREET
THIRD AND MAIN STREETS PHONE 41-VV EMMAUS, PA
PHONE 117 EMMAUS, PA. Free Instructions
ACKER'S GARAGE F R I T C H ' S
WM. J. ACKER, P1-Op. , ,
F1ne GTOC6I'16S and
Goodyear Tires-Batteries Confections
6TH AND CHESTNUT STS.
T he Calvin Studio
We point Withp d t th f
MAGAZINES GREETING CARDS
MOHR'S CUT RATE
36 WEST MAIN STREET
"Oar Own Ice Cream"
Phone Emmaus 9000-B
THE TRIANGLE SHOP
On the Triangle
PHONE 541-R EMINIAUS, PA
Wornen's and ChtZdren,s Wear
M cCatt Patterns
C0mPlimentS0f Q LLOYD E. BRENSINGER
WEIDA'S LUNCHEO ETTE
N Groceries, Fruits, Meats, and
and MILK BAR Y
ea Ice Cream
8 SOUTH FOURTH STREET
EMMAUS, PA. so N. FIFTH ST. EMMAUS, PA
Doust Take What They Give You . . .
SERVE YOURSELF AT
Bro bfi 'J Market
NVARREN S. BROBST
One of the 1002 Home Owned
422-424 ELM ST. EMMAUS, PA.
FREDERICK A. DRY
A L T H O U S E
5TII Sz RAILROAD STS.
RAY F. KRAUSE EAST PENN BEVERAGE CO.
GFOCC1'l6S---ICC Cream Distributors of
Beer, Ale and Porter
nf CHESTNUT STREET ,
J J Soft Drrrtks
Phone 133-M Emmaus, Pa. Phone 44-B
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1949
East Texas, School Bas
ALLEN M. LEIBENSPERGER
D' D' Frltch FAUST SERVICE STATION
CO SINCLAIR DEALER
Manufacturers of E
Route 100 Macungie, Pa.
DR. E. J. TREXLER
EAST GREENVILLE 'S
Allentown Dairy Company Mz'lle
Aristocrat Dairy Products
Steaks - Hamburgers
Give us a call and we will have them
ready to take out
DRIES SERVICE STATION
EARL and PEARL Dnms, Prop.
ESSO GAS AND MOTOR OILS
Groceries Light Lunch
Supplee Seal Test Ice Cream
ALBURTIS, R. 1
GEORGE D. BERGER
Carpenter Work, Painting, Paper
Hanging, Floor Sanding and
Phone Q87-R ROUTE 1 MACUNGIE, PA
PHONE: Allentown 3-6964
R O D A L E
ELECTRICAL DEVICES AND SPECIALTIES
STUDENTS: Earn extra money by working here after school hours
and during the summer months.
EMMAUS, PEN NA.
Joseph I. Haines
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328 MAIN STREET ALLENTOWN, RT. 3
EMMAUS, PA. CETRONIA, PA.
Open Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings
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MINNICH'S GIFT SHOP
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562 Chestnut St. Emmaus, Pa
HAMILTON ST. NEAR SIXTH ON
The Department Store that gives
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L. T. RAHN
41 SOUTH SECOND STREET
3 EMMAUS, PA.
E. B. SCHULTZ
Paints, Oils, Etc.
GABLE'S SNACK BAR
STATE AVENUE EMMAUS, PA
Good things to eat
SHOES FOR WOMEN
37.95 to 39.95
43 N. SEVENTH STREET
C. H. BRENSINGER, Prop.
Gas and Oil
OFFICIAL STATE INSPECTION
Wheel Balancing and Alignment
1003 CHESTNUT STREET
528 NORTH SECOND STREET
PHONE 536-B EMMAUS, PA.
Fresh and Cold Meats
Frozen Foods Groceries
Breyers Ice Cream
A. D. WEAVER
Telephone Emmaus 165
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