Emmaus High School - Tattler Yearbook (Emmaus, PA)

 - Class of 1950

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In this, THE TATTLER, we have attempted to capture the accom- plishments, the laughter, and the carefree hours at Emmaus High in order that in years to come we will be able to recapture once again the cherished memories of those days. CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION GRADUATES CLASSES FEATURES ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS ADVERTISEMENTS 2-Xhmininiratinn Usually friendly but sometimes severe disciplinarians, the faculty members' kindly wisdom and understanding eagerness to help in the solving of the problems, botll academic and personal, will always be gratefully remembered by all who studied at Emmaus High. X Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Arthur lobst lSecretaryl, Arthur Gehringer lPresidentl, Claude Keller lTreasurerl, Dr. Le Roy Rahn lVice'Presidentl. SECOND ROW: Raymond Miller, Howard Eyer, Thomas Schrader. THE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION Board of School Directors-To these seven men goes the responsibility of executing the many tasks involved in the supervision of the schools of Emmaus. They are subiect to state regulation and their responsibilities are definitely outlined by a school code. Their duties include the buying of supplies, financing the schools, maintenance of buildings, and the general supervision of all school activities. Administration Secretaries-The stenographic and clerical work in the superintendent's office is handled by "Gerry" and "Pat". ln addition, they operate the telephone switchboard, maintain student records, and give clerical assistance to the teachers. MISS LESTER MRS. GUTH Administrators-To Mr. Yeager, Superintendent of Schools for the past eighteen years, goes the responsi- bility of executing the school board's recommendations and the over all supervision of the borough schools. Mr. Heller, Principal for the past twenty-three years, is responsible for the supervision of all curricular and extra curricular activities in the high school. The administration is to be commended for their efforts which resulted in the high school being recently accredited by the Commission on Secondary Schools and accepted as a member of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. HOWARD .l. YEAGER, B.A., M.A. Superintendent of Schools ALLEN F. HELLER, B.S. Principal ,6 MR. BAER MR. BECKER MR. BENFIELD MR. BURGER FACU LTY JEROME E. BAER, B.S.-Senior Scienceg Junior Sciencep General Science: Biology-Adviser of Conservation and Wild Life Club. HARVEY H. BECKER, B.S.-Physicsp Chemistryg Biology-Adviser of Nature Club. ALBERT S. BENFIELD, A.B., A.M.--English--Adviser of Hl JEFF Newspaper. ALBERT H. BURGER, B.S.-General Mathematicsp Plane Geometry-Adviser of Conservation and Wild Life Club. HOWARD K. DEISCHER, Ph.B., M.A.-Problems of Democracyp Algebra-Adviser of Monitor Club and Varsity "E" Clubp Faculty Manager of Athletics. GERALDINE E. DILS, B.A.-Spanishp European History. PAUL J. F. FRANTZ, B.S.-Guidance Counselorp Business Law-Adviser of THE TATTLER Yearbook and Photography Club. MARCELLA G. GRAVER, R.N.-School Nurse-Adviser of Home Nursing Club. . i MR. DEISCHER MISS DILS MR. FRANTZ MISS GRAVER - 7 - MISS GULDIN MISS HAUSER MR. HAUSER MR. HECKMAN MRS. HEINTZELMAN FACULTY KATHRINE B. GULDIN, B.S.-Home Economicsp Cafeteria Training. . GLADYS B. HAUSER, B.S., A.M.-Bookkeeping. Shorthandg Salesmanshipp Office Practice-Adviser of Knitting Club. WALTER W. HAUSER, A.B.-General Sciencep Mathematics-Assistant Coach of Football and Basketball. GLENN HECKMAN, B.S.-Industrial Arts-Adviser of Industrial Arts Club. ELEANOR M. HEINTZELMAN, R. D. H.-Dental Hygienist. JOSEPHINE K. HINKLE, B.S.-Librarian-Library Science-Adviser of Library Club. BARBARA KENDERDINE, B.S.-Healthy Physical Education-Coach of Girls' Basketball and Gym Team- Adviser of Girls' Health and Physical Education Club. WILLIAM L. LOBB, B.A.-American Historyg World History-Coach of Football and Track-Adviser of Scabbard and Blade Club. ELMO C. MILLER, B.A.-History: Civics and Guidance. MARY E. MILLER, B.S.-Art-Adviser of Arts and Crafts Club. MRS. HINKLE MISS KENDERDINE MR. LOBB MR. MILLER MISS MILLER - 8 - MRS. MOYER MR. ORTT MR. PETERS MR. ROTHENBERG MR. SCHAADT FACULTY HILDA C. MOYER, A.B.-English-Adviser of Girl Reserves. ELWOOD L. ORTT, A.B., M.A.-Latin, Civics and Guidance-Adviser of Chess and Checkers Club. ERROL K. PETERS--Music, Junior Business Training-Adviser of Student Council, Orchestra, Chorus, Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs. WILLIAM B. ROTHENBERG, B.S.-Junior High School Music-Director of High School Band and Junior High School Chorus. WOODROW K. SCHAADT, A.B.-English, French-Coach of Dramatics, Adviser of Dramatics Club. FRANCIS I. SLACK, B.S.-Home Economics, General Science-Adviser of Knitting Club. LUTHER M. SOUDERS, B.S.-Mathematics-Junior High School Principal, Faculty Manager of Athletics. MILDRED K. STRAUSS, A.B.-Typewriting, Salesmanshipp Office Practice-Adviser of Typing Club. LEON T. TUTTLE, B.S.-Health, Physical Education-Coach of Basketball, Baseball, and Gym Team- Adviser of Boys' Health and Physical Education Club. EARL WEBER, B.5.-Industrial Arts-Adviser of Industrial Arts Club, Faculty Manager of Athletics. MRS. SLACK MR. SOUDERS MISS STRAUSS MR. TUTTLE MR. WEBER .-9- Mrahuaivz A job well done, a task completed, and one more step toward a final goal realized, the graduates with mingled ioy and regret take their leave. Theirs is the future to make and do with as they will. CLASS OFFICERS Bruce Reinhardt, President Kathryn Kershner, Secretary Barton Decker, Vice President HISTORY OF MID-CENTURIANS Starting a new trend in Emmaus High 206 freshmen were separated into five groups, two being at Lincoln Junior High School and three at Emmaus High since neither building could facilitate our large en- rollment. As freshmen we were all looking forward to our first day in high school, but soon learned to regret it by the many initiations and the general pushing around we received from upperclassmen. Finally the day came when we proved to everyone our abilities and showmanship in the Freshmen Minstrel, "Blackout" on January 7, 1947 which caused a mild sensation. Following this was our "May Dance" held on May 5, 1947 with Betty Lou Keller reigning as queen. The crowning of a queen was new and brought forth the originality that was to follow us through four successful and wonderful years. We returned to Emmaus High a braver and wiser group of l9l sophomores looking forward to our second year, but we soon found we were iust something to be trampled on until we gave our own original "Pigskin Frolic" in the gym on November l, 1947-another first at Emmaus High. We settled back again to our old routine but making iust a little bit more noise. We were now becoming enthusiastic sports fans supporting all teams and were seen at most school activities. Then came our "Bunny Hop" held in the gym on April 9, l9-48. lt was beautifully decorated and brought an end to the affairs of our class for another year. Beginning our first year as upperclassmen we had l54 iuniors left to enioy the wonderful feeling. We could now boast of our peppy cheerleaders and our boys taking major parts in sports. We started the New Year right with the "Snowflake Whirl" held in the gym on January l5, l949. lt was attended and enjoyed by many. Finally that wonderful day, Friday, April 22, l949 had arrived. lt was a rainy night but it didn't dampen our spirits, since we were happy at the idea of our prom being, for the first time, taken out of town. Entering the Americus Hotel we walked through a long hall arriving at the beautiful ballroom decor- ated in the colors of our class, orchid and white. Stepping onto the dance floor we found ourselves in the arms of our date, drifting and dreaming with the soft music of Bud Rader. The crowning of the queen. Kathryn Kershner with her attendents "Dot" Gilbert, "Dot" Spieker, Joyce Stephen and "Jill" Shelling was the high spot of the evening. Going home we found ourselves tired but happy after the most wonderful night we ever had. Arriving near the end of the year was the annual Declamation Contest held on May 25, which was enioyed by many and won by Joan Moser. The last function of the year was the "Senior Farewell" held in the gym on June 7, i949 in which we honored the graduates and knew that we had finally arrived at the top and would be seniors. lt was a perfect end to a perfect year. We made it, we were now seniors. Realizing there was a big year ahead we started immediately by placing many of our classmates on teams and then planning for our "Sadie Hawkins Dance" November 12, T949. Corsages were made and sold and everybody danced in their socks. lt was a gay nght and the gym echoed with laughter. Many names were put in spotlights on the three nights, November l7, l8, and l9 of our class play "Kiss and Tell", with their superb acting it proved to be an enormous success. Following this was the "Yuletide Swing" held in the gym on December 22, i949 which brought around many alumni and also helped to start our well dated Christmas vacation. Cupid showed up with his bow and arrows at the "Cupids Capers" dance held on February l8, 1950 and brought many a girl and boy a new romance. Our interesting and educational field trips were made to the Court House, County Jail, and State Hospital. The last and eagerly awaited social event of the year was the Senior Ball held at Castle Gardens on June 2, l95O. lt was attended by many and enioyed by all. Sadly we realized that our school days were at an end by the serious Baccalaureate and Commencement Services where we bade farewell to many of our classmates with tears in our eyes. Thus ended four wonderful years spent in Emmaus High for 142 students. ADVISERS Mr. Lobb Miss Dils Miss Strauss, Class Treasurer Mr. Becker JUNE C. ALLMON Alburtis, Route l General "Flirt" June's ability to make friends results from her lively nature and friendliness. Always rushing about at the last minute was typical of June. Her favorite hobbies were tumbling and driving her father's car. She was usually caught dreaming--dream- ing of becoming the wife of some lucky fellow. Gym Team l, 2, 3, Glee Club 3, Chorus 1, lSecretaryl 2, 3, Student Council 1, 2. DAVID R. ATEN Macungie Academic "Dave" "Dave" was a tall, congenial, fun loving fellow who was always in regular attend- ance at our dances. His easy manner and talkativeness are qualities which will be of value to him when he enters the field of selling. Dave plans to enter Penn State upon completion of his senior year. The Tattler lAdvertising Managerl 3, Football l, 2, 3, Science Club 1, Bird Club lVice Presidentl 2, Varsity "E" Club 3. ERNESTINE M. BACHMAN 673 Chestnut Street General Ernestine A gay, but quiet and reserved girl, best describes Ernestine. Her heart warming smile is a definite asset to her appearance. She likes dancing, basketball, and enioys going to the movies. She liked working in the cafeteria where she could be seen doing all sorts of things in preparation of the lunches. Knitting Club l. RICHARD G. BARTHOLOMEW 53l Chestnut Street General "Ludie" A mischievous twinkle in his eye and a hearty laugh, ably portrays "Ludie's" character. He was well cast as the frustrated house painter in our class play. His personality and sociable attitude will be of great assistance in his future as a chef. "Kiss and Tell" 3, Football T, 2, Basketball l, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus 7, 2, 3, Health and Physical Education Club 1, Cooking Club 2. l MARY E. BASTIAN Wescosville General Mary Quiet, friendly and always willing to help others. Mary spends much time attend- ing movies, reading, knitting and listening to popular tunes. Her main dislikes are doing dishes and math! Although Mary is interested in all sports, badminton is her favorite. We know she will succeed in her chosen field. Knitting Club 7, 2, Girl Reserves 3. DOROTHY J. BAUER Macungie, Route l Secretarial "Dot" "Dot's" engaging smile, neatness and poise will help her to succeed as an airline hostess. To pass the time she reads, types, or takes walks. During her school years she was an interested tan of the football and basketball games. We will always remember her as being one of the peppy Drum Corps maiorettes. The Tattler lClass Editorl 3, Health and Physical Education Club 2, 3 VIRGINIA P. BEAKY 629 Furnace Street Secretarial "Ginny" A receptionist for some lucky doctor is "Ginny's" aim. A very talkative iokester, she likes movies, dancing, ice cream and sports, which include baseball, ice skating and football. We will always remember her bright smile as she sold football pro- grams. She always said she definitely did not like boys, only time will tell. Knitting Club l, 2. CAROL J. BEAM Old Zionsville General Carol Flirtatious but also demure describes this changeable miss, a friend to all who know her. She was an ardent sports fan when not highstepping as one of our capable maiorettes. With her neat appearance and sense of humor she is sure to obtain her goal as a nurse. The Tattler lFeafure Editorl 3, Maiorette 2, 3, Glee Club 3, Chorus 3, Dramatic Club l, 2, Health and Physical Education Club lTreasurerl 3. g ---15 5 DOROTHY E. BELTZ Vera Cruz Secretarial "Dotty" "Dotty," the blue-eyed, bashful blonde from Vera Cruz, would rather indulge in sports, than in tlirtations with the opposite sex . Her understanding, consistency, reliability, sound iudgment, and capacity for getting something accomplished, will someday make her a competent loyal wife ot a farmer. Knitting Club 1, 2, Girl Reserves 3. RUTH E. BERGER Macungie, Route l Secretarial Ruth Blonde, blue-eyed, witty, talkative and restlessness are outstanding features of this ardent baseball tan and talented musician. Although she says she dislikes boys, we are sure that they, realizing her love for knitting, sewing and baking, will change her mind. Her greatest desire is to become an organist. Glee Club 2, Chorus 1, 3, Knitting Club l, Shop Club 2, Girl Reserves 3. NORMA J. BIEBER Allentown, Route 2 Secretarial "Norm" "Norm", a brown-eyed brunette, was known to everyone by her mischievous laugh and pleasing personality. She is fond of swimmming, waltzing, bowling, and dating the opposite sex. Her ability to get along with people will assist her in becom- ing an airline hostess and the wife ot some lucky airplane pilot. The Tattler fClub-Editori 3, Health ana' Physical Education Club 2, Industrial Arts Club lSecretary-Treasurerl 3. JOYCE B. BRINKER 749 Chestnut Street Secretarial Joyce Tall, slender, reserved and dimpled is Joyce, the champion argyle knitter of the class. Cooking, driving her dad's Chevrolet and attending football games were her other interests. Ice skating in winter and long drives in summer are Joyce's favorite seasonal sports. We will always remember Joyce knitting and talking without dropping a stitch. Knitting Club 2. KARL T. BROSKY l48 East Main Street General Brosky Brosky, the guy with all the answers, likes nothing better than a good argument. He was incessantly roaming the halls and evading Mr. Heller. Much of his time was spent in drawing or any other kind of art work. With his drive and ability we know he will land up there on top in that field. Hi Jeff lCartooningl 2, "Kiss and Tell" 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, Chess and Checkers Club l, Photography Club 2, Scabbard and Blade Club lPresidentl 3. ROBERT D. BROWN 26 North Second Street General "Mike" An outstanding sport figure in his four years of high school, "Mike" will probably best be remembered for his feats on the track and gridiron. Popular with both sexes, and a handy guy with a golf stick, "Mike's" talent reaches far and wide. He hopes to continue his schooling and become a physical education teacher. Class Vice President l, 2, "Kiss and Tell" 3, Football l, 2, lCo-Captainl 3, Basketball 2, Track l, 2, 3, Physical Education Club l, Varsity "E" Club 2, lPresidentl 3. RICHARD H. BUTZ East Texas lndustrial "Butzy" "Butzy" was one of the industrious stage hands and could always be depended an in an emergency. He liked fixing things, proving himself indispensable when the stage curtains decided not to work. He was an ardent sports fan and in the summer devotes much of his time to hunting and fishing. Band 1, 2, Leathercraft Club 2, Scabbard and Blade Club 2, Stage Hand T, 2, 3. AGNEW N. CONRAD Macungie Industrial "Aggie" "Aggie", one of our class comedians, has won many a friend with his witty iokes, and his pleasing personality. His leisure time is spent chatting with the opposite sex, attending sport events, and loafing around Shock's Restaurant. His hobby is his model railroads which verifies his interest in becoming a railroad engineer. Band l, Concert Orchestra l, 3, Honeymoon Voyage Club 2, Orchestra 3. RICHARD E. DANNER East Texas lndustrial "Slim" This active, ambitious lad with a pleasing smile is very congenial despite his shyness. His time was spent in supporting all school activities, particularly dances. As for his future he has yet to decide if he would like to drive a truck or take care of the mechanical end. Monitor Club 2, 3, Leathercraft Club 2, Scabbard and Blade Club 3. ROBERT O. DANNER Emmaus, Route l Industrial "Bobby" Small, good looking, and full of mischief best describe "Bobby". His many performances with the gym team have shown his perfect coordination and grace, and have proven him a good athlete. He spent much time in the school shop and gym. ln the future he hopes to become a gymnastic instructor. Gym Team 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, Scabbard and Blade Club 1, Health and Physical Education Club 2, 3. BARTON H. DECKER 568 Chestnut Street General "Barty" "Barty" is known to all of us for his friendly voice and smile. Meticulous in all he has and does, this is proven by his neat personal appearance, consistent ideas and a well kept car. He participates in both softball and football. "Barty" is ceaseless in his efforts, so we are sure his barbershop will soon be open. Class Vice President 3, Student Council l, 2, 3, Leathercraft Club lVice Presidenll 2, Health and Physical Education Club l. DARL B. DeESCH 414 South Second Street Secretarial "Dolly" The competent editor-in-chief of the Hi Jeff is blonde and brown-eyed "Dolly". She sometimes worked in the main office during school hours. While after school she entertained many with her accordian. "Dolly's" main ambition is to be an airline receptionist. Hi Jeff lkeporterl 2, lEditor-in-Chiefl 3, Glee Club 2, Chorus 3, Student Council 2, Monitor Club 2, 3, Knitting Club 2, lSecretaryl 3, "Pickaninny Parade" l. T DOLORES J. DeLONG Wescosville Secretarial " Whoopee' 5'Whoopee", diminutive, blue eyes, auburn hair and a pleasing smile. Her taste in colors will aid her to be successful in her field of art. She likes pretty clothes, painting, brown hair, blue eyes, and "Pop". Her pastimes concern art, designing, studying French, sewing, baking, and caring for "Snippie", her dog. Chorus 1, Girl Reserves 7, 2, 3. JAMES M. DICKINSON 233 North Fifteenth Street, Allentown Commercial "Dick" "Dick" is a quiet but amiable fellow who loves his game of golf. Among his favorite pastimes are movies and best of all, eating. He also likes bowling and swim- ming. Whenever there is any trouble in Room ll, you will know who is the cause of it, nobody but "Big Dick". Honeymoon Voyage Club 2, Scabbard and Blade Club 3, Golf 2. LAWSON A. DlEHL 661 Walnut Street Industrial "Tiny" "Tiny", a very likeable, good natured fellow, got along fine with everyone. Not only was he an ambitious coin collector and skilled wood worker, but also an expert in "hamburger flipping" at the Dutch Kitchen. He would like to become an expert chef. Cooking Club 2, Scabbard and Blade Club 3. RICHARD K. DIEHL 661 Walnut Street Industrial "Rich" "Rich", one of the taller members of our class is well liked for his friendliness and good humor. His interest in sports, and his athletic ability made him an asset to the track team. A faithful sports fan, he attended all school events. His pastime is spent swimming and going to movies. He is undecided as to his future. Football l, 2, 3, Track l, 2, 3, Cooking Club 2, Varsity "E" Club 3. , -l9- 77, W, , 'Q SARANN L. DIEHL Macungie, Route l General "Sally" Unselfish, quiet and a pleasing smile, that's "Sally" . , . an ardent lover of popular music and sports, particularly baseball. Playing the piano and reading take up most of her leisure time. She also has a yen for roller skating. May she succeed in her chosen field. Glee Club 1, Chorus 1, Knitting Club l, 2, Girl Reserves 3. LEON C DONEY 374 Broad Street Academic "Cas" Not bothered by his handicap, Leon is a friendly and cheerful person to be around- He is an enthusiastic football fan and an excellent swimmer. One of his hobbies is photography. He spends most of his spare time working, watching television or coming to one of our many sports events. To be a draftsman is his present interest. Glee Club l, 2, Chorus l, 2, 3, Monitor Club 2, 3, Photography Club 1, Chess and Checkers Club 2, 3. FRANCIS C. DREAS l72 Harrison Street General "Jack" Here we have Francis, the "Como" ofthe senior class. His many appearances in our assemblies will long be remembered. Francis gained much of his experience in entertaining with the "Variety Kids". This suave talented fellow, we know, will have his wish, to just keep singing. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, Leathercraft Club 2, Industrial Arts Club 3, Health and Physical Education Club 1, "Pickaninny Parade" 1. ROY H. DUNDORE 241 Ridge Street Academic "Buddy" "Buddy's" future seems to be in Pharmacy since he spends considerable time working in his father's drugstore. An outspoken, aggressive and carefree lad, he is characterized by his ready smile, friendliness and practical skill. "Buddy" likes to play pin-ball machines and enioys popular records. Science Club 1, Photography Club 2, Scabbard and Blade Club 3. i f'2Of -c.- w PATRICIA L. ELLIOTT I 28 Eagle Street Commercial "Pat" "Pat", coming from Pittsburgh in her senior year, has won many friends. She enioys going to movies, playing good records, and dancing. After school we expect to see "Pat" working in an office or doing "homework". Industrial Arts Club lPresidenti 3. CHARLES A. EYER I89 Harrison Street Academic "Chuck" It is a common sight to see this tall, shy, reserved boy playing basketball at Lincoln, Because of his prowess in basketball and baseball he has been admired by many people. Collecting "Be-Bop" records and drawing cartoons take up much of his time. His skill at drawing iustifies his choosing drafting as a career. Basketball I, 2, lCaptainl 3, Baseball I, 2, 37 Varsity "E" Club 3. a capable librarian. Knitting Club lTreasurerI 3. MARY L ENGELMAN Vera Cruz Secretarial Mary Although being an almost inseparable friend of Cora Mary has always had a pleasant smile for everyone. Her favorite activities are football games movies and dates. She tells us she could live on lust chocolate ice cream alone We know she will be a success in her future, for she will make an efficient secretary Chorus I, 2, 3, Girl Reserves If Industrial Arts Club 3 MARY ANN FATULA I26 South Sixth Street Academic Mary Ann This vivacious lass is well known for her love of arguing and her keen interest in sports, with knitting, reading, and playing the plana running close seconds Since neatness, intelligence, and efficiency are her outstanding traits she will surely become Hi Jeff lReporterI 2, lPage Editorl 3 Gym Team I Chorus I 2 3 Student Council I, 2, lTreasurerI 3, Monitor Club 2, 3 Chess and Checkers Club I Debating Club 2 and loafing at Schoch's restaurant took up most of his spare time. He hopes to be- FORREST L. FEGELY Macungie Industrial "Shrubs" "Shrubs", with his soft, mellow music on his trombone, is a second Tommy Dorsey. He was well liked by all who knew him, including the opposite sex. Playing baseball come a craftsman. Life Club l, Leathercraft Club 2. JEAN E. FEGELY 230 Adrain Street Secretarial "Jeanie" "Jeanie", with the dark brown hair, was one of our small vivacious seniors. She is known for her pleasing personality and pleasant sense of humor. "Jeanie" is very fond of football and contributed by selling programs. Lots of luck and success in your clerical work. Knitting Club l, 2. Band 1, Concert Orchestra 2, 3, Dance Orchestra 2 3 Conservation and Wild HARRY E. FENSTERMAKER 32 North Fifth Street Academic Harry Harry, an aggressive, industrious, good natured lad, is always ready to lend a helping hand. His talents are unusual in that he possesses outstanding ability in track and football as well as in music. We will always remember the melodic strains of his baritone horn and his portrayal of Commander Archer in the class play. "Kiss and Tell" 3, Football l, 2, 3, Track l, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Monitor Club 2, 3, Health and Physical Education Club 1, Varsity "E" Club 3. ROBERT H. E. FENSTERMAKER Wescosville lndustrial "Fensty" Here is "Fensty" that boisterous, out-spoken lad who spent most of his time at Ryan's Esso Station. "Fensty" was always seen doing a good deed for somebody, which showed us that he was not only talkative but generous. An ardent worker in the shop, we are sure he will succeed in the field of mechanics. Monitor Club 2, 3, Scabbard and Blade Club l,3, Cooking Club 2. LARRY L. FINDLAY Alburtis Industrial "Kit" "Kit", one of the most ambitious and modest members of our class, is an appreciative follower of baseball, football, and basketball. He loves to spend his time roller skating and playing his trumpet. His one ambition in life is to become a skillful craftsman. Baseball 2, Band 'l, 2, Concert Orchestra 2, lVice Presidentl 3, Dance Orchestra 2, 3, Glee Club 3, Chorus 3, Cooking Club 2, Scabbard and Blade Club 7. ROBERT D. FRANKENFIELD Wescosville Industrial "Frank" Shy, but well liked, "Frank" indulges in all sports, and can often be seen driving his father's Buick. He likes hunting and may some day become a taxidermist. His pastime was spent working as a stage crew member. Luck and success to "Frank". Football l, Student Council 3, Stagehand l, 2, 3, Scabbard and Blade Club l, iVice Presidentl 3, Leathercraft Club 2. ARLENE M. FREY 677 Chestnut Street Secretarial uCl1UCldl6" This talkative, boisterous girl with a friendly smile is known to all. She enioys movies, skating, chocolate milkshakes, and boys. ln most of her spare time you will find her playing the piano. She plans to make her career in the secretarial field. Her pleasing personality and gentle disposition has won her many friends. Chorus 7, 3, Knitting Club 7, 2, The Tattler lFeature Editorl 3. i s- GLENDORA C. FRITZ Macungie Commercial "FrifZie" Cheerful, talkative, and congenial, "Fritzie" was a rooter at all Emmaus High games. lce skating, bowling, and playing the piano are her favorite hobbies. We know Fort Wayne Bible Institute will be proud of her. Glee Club 2, Chorus l, 3, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3. is Academic Slow speaking and easy-going, this robust fellow, when aroused, packs a terrific wallop. His main hobbies are hunting and motorcycling. He reads extensively in his pastime. Although he is quiet,'Donald can be seen at most of the sports events. He has a predilection for mechanical draftsmanship. Conservation and Wild Life Club 1, 2, Scabbard and Blade Club 3. TESSIE A. GENOVESE Commercial Here is a cheerful, talkative girl who entered our school in her senior year. She enioys a good argument and usually wins. For the short time "Tessie" has been with us, she has made many friends. She spends many enioyable hours at dances, sport events ond movies. Chorus 3, Knitting Club 3. CARL D. GABLE State Avenue Commercial "Clark" This attractive, well dressed boy loves to drive girls around with his father's car. His hopes to become a business executive will surely bring him success. His smooth dancing, and interest in sports, all aid to "Clark's" pleasing personality. Band l, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, Monitor Club 2, 3, Photography Club i, Chess and Checkers Club 2, Health and Physical Education Club 3, Gym Team 2, 3. DONALD R. GEIST Alburtis, Route l Donald GABRIEL J. GENOVESE 55l Broad Street Industrial "Gabby" A boy of Latin artistic temperament, "Gabby" spends his time in his fother's store. Quick tempered and likeo ble, "Gabby" is active in sports and plays the center position of our basketball team. Visiting Northampton, his former hometown and driving his Plymouth take up his leisure time, Some day he hopes to manage his father's store. Basketball 3. 551 Broad Street "Tess" GARY J. GIERING Emmaus, Route l General Giering Gary, who could usually be found in Mr. Heller's office, was a mischievous but extremely likeable fellow. His nonchalant carefree air was not enough to keep him out of trouble. Gary held to the fact that the best thing about school was vacations. Football l, "Piclcaninny Parade" l, Health and Physical Education Club 2. RITA ANN GIERING l63 Harrison Street General Rita This talented lass was a great asset to the senior class, with her intriguing person- ality and her ability in singing and dramatics. She has become quite adept in dis- playing her ability in temperamental roles. Rita is full of enthusiasm and was always lCaptainl 3. BETTY J. GILBERT 737 Walnut Street Commercial Betty 10116 Have a ioke to tell? Tell it to Betty Jane. She's always a ready and willing listener. Her quiet manner has won her many friends. Basketball and baseball take up most of her time, but she manages to find time for reading and listening ta popular music. Hi Jeff lCirculation Managerl 2, 3, Basketball fManagerl l, 2, 3, Monitor Club 2, 3, Knitting Club l, 2, Varsity "E" Club 3, ready to help in all our school functions ' The Tattler fAdvertising Managerl 3 Kiss and Tell 3 Glee Club 2 lSecretaryl 3 Chorus 1, 2, lSecretaryl 3, Dramatics Club l 2 Vice Presidentl 3 Color Guard 2 DOROTHY C. B. GILBERT H52 Union Street, Allentown Commercial "Dot" Attractive, talkative, and completely charming describe this gal from Texas. When not busy leading the band with her high stepping, she can usually be found with her three inseparable pals. "Dot's" leisure time is spent swimming, painting and telling corny iokes. Stenography is her ambition. The Tattler lClub Edilorl 3, Health and Physical Education Club l, lPresidentl 2, 3, Maiorette 2, 3, Glee Club 7, 2, Gym Team l, 3. JOAN L. HAINES 3l2 Ridge Street Secretarial Joan Joan is the tall, dark and inquisitive girl that made many of us happy when she ioined us in our junior year. Music, dancing and reading take up most of her time, Her pet likes and aspirations are love of adventure, travel and being the wife of a millionaire. Glee Club 2, Chorus 3, Girl Reserves 2, 3. DARCEY D. HAMSHER Macungie Industrial "Curly" "Curly" is a boisterous but industrious 'Fellow who can be identified by his laughter, impersonations and singing. His favorite pastimes are dancing and driving his father's Studebaker. His future ambition is to become a member ofthe State Police. Health and Physical Eclqcation Club l, 2, 3, Gym Team 2, 3. IRENE C. HAUSMAN 233 Adrain Street Commercial "Blimby" "BIimby" is one of the quiet and reserved girls of the Commercial class. Her hobbies include roller skating, movies, cooking and singing. Besides attending all school activities, "Blimby" finds time to whip up some delicious food at home. She plans to be a beautician. Chorus l, 2, 3, Girl Reserves l, 2, Knitting 3, "Pickaninny Parade" T. HILDA C. HENNEMUTH 32 North Third Street General Hilda Red hair, brown eyes, a keen sense of humor and a lovely voice describe Hilda. She has well shown her stage presence by her splendid performances in different school functions. lt is Hilda's greatest desire to travel with the USO to entertain our armed forces. "Pickaninny Parade" l, Dramatics Club 2, Typing Club 3, Basketball l, Gym Team l. - 26 Y CONSTANCE F. HERBST Allentown, Route 2 Commercial "Connie" Small, petite and full of witty remarks are the qualities that make up this blue- eyed blonde. "Connie" was the peppy cheerleader who led the crowds at all sports events and proved herself to be very capable. Besides cheering, dancing and swimming came next on her list of favorites. "Connie" will surely make someone a very efficient secretary. The Tattler lAdvertising Managerl 3, Gym Team 2, 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, Varsity "E" Club lTreasureri 3, Health and Physical Education Club lSecretary-Treasureri 2. MARIE T. HERSCH East Macungie Secretarial "Sadie" "Sadie", a talented gum chewer with a contagious laugh, was one of the smallest members of our class. Manicuring her nails, movies, dancing and roaming about Macungie take up much of her time, besides her flirtations 'with the opposite sex. We will enioy her clear, musical voice as a telephone operator. Girl Reserves 1, 3. ROBERT C. HERSH 542 Seem Street Academic "Bobby" Being unexcelled in nature study, raising hamsters, and the scrutinization of birds take up the greater portion of "Bobby's" leisure time. His other pastimes are dancing, pinochle and sports activities. With his knowledge of nature, we are sure he will have no trouble to succeed in managing a prosperous fur farm. The Tattler lAdvertising Managerl 3, Football lManageri l, Track lManagerl l, 2, 3, Monitor Club 2, lCaptainl 3, Science Club l, Bird Club lPresidenti 2, Nature Club lPresidenti 3. GLENN R. HERTZOG 739 Walnut Street General Glenn Here we have our confirmed bachelor. Glenn claims he likes girls only when viewing them obiectively. This good-natured fellow, who continually interrupted classes with his somewhat surprising laugh, was another do-or-die member of our football team. Glenn hopes to become a florist in the near future. Football 2, 3, Track l, Gym Team 2, 3, Band 1, Glee Club l, 2, 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, Monitor Club 2, llieutenanti 3, Varsity "E" Club 2, 3, Health and Physical Education Club l. iournalism. Education Club 1, "Pickaninny Parade" i DOLORES R. HILBERT 23 South Cherry Street Secretarial Dolores Dolores has been known for her friendliness, cheerfulness and industrious nature. Reading and knitting are her hobbies while writing letters to friends fills in the rest of her time. Her favorites in sports are football and baseketball. Any aspiring executive will appreciate her quiet resourcefulness and efficiency as a secretary. Chorus 3, Girl Reserves l, 2, Home Nursing 3. music. DENNIS L. HIMMELBERGER Macungie Commercial "D, H." "Himmy" is a likeable, witty fellow, who made a hit with everyone. His time was occupied by girls, music, baseball, football and Pop Rauch's back room. Occasionally, in his sparetime, he found time to go to school. He intends to go into partnership in his father's store in the near future. Conservation and Wilcl Life Club 1, Honeymoon Voyage Club 2, Scabbard and Blade Club 3. HARRIET H HILBERG 826 Chestnut Street Academic Bunny "Bunny", a petite blonde with flirtatlous blue eyes is an enthusiastic lover of sports She has shown remarkable ability in the field of lournalism as page editor of the Hi Jeff. Dancing, writing letters and playing records take up most of her leisure time "Bunny's" versatility and cheerfulness are sure to be assets in her chosen field of Hi Jeff lReporterl 2, lPage Editorl 3 Basketball 2 Gym Team 1 2 3 Glee Club 2 Chorus 1, Monitor Club 2, 3, Dramatics Club 2 Varsity E Club 3 Health and Physical GLORIA A HILLEGASS 220 South Fourth Street General Glam, Gloria, although a small quiet girl, has been heard cheering at our baseball and basketball games. Gloria spends most of her time in the movies which is one of her favorite pastimes. She also likes ice cream and sports but dislikes math and operatic MARJORY B. HINKEL East Texas Secretarial "Mutch" "Mutch", one of the shorter members of our class, has a friendly smile and quiet disposition. The hobbies that occupy most of her time are letter writing, dancing and boys. Her love of house work will be an asset to her for a happy wholesome future. Chorus 2, 3, Knitting Club 1, Girl Reserves 2, Home Nursing Club 3. LAMONT L. HOFFMAN Wescosville Industrial "Massie" "Massie", one of the characters and smaller members of the Senior Class, is talkative and mischievous. He seemed to have a genius for getting into trouble. Auto races, hunting and girls were his favorite pastimes. His main ambition is to own and run a Gas Station. Blade Club 3. ELBERT W. HUBBARD South Tenth Street Academic Elbert Elbert's friendliness and versatile humor have won him many friends, though he is shy around girls his blue eyes have attracted many. During his leisure hours he is sharp- ening his wits with a fast game of chess or taking in the latest movie. After school his ambition is to further his education by going to college. Chess Club l, 2, 3. Health and Physical Education Club l Honeymoon Voyage Club 2 Scabbard and JACQUELYNN G. HUBERT Alburtis General "Cookie" Popularity and flirtatiousness go hand in hand when describing "Cookie". She was usually tlitting around the halls, blessing everyone with her friendly smile and expressive brown eyes. This charming miss will make many a temperature rise when she enters the field of nursing. The Tattler fAssociate Editorl 3, Glee Club 3, Chorus 2, 3, Student Council 2, lSecretaryl 3, Photography Club l, lSecretaryl 2, lSecretary-Treasurerl 3, Junior Declamation Contest 2. JANET J. HUNSICKER 845 Chestnut Street Secretarial "Jan" "Jan" will be remembered for her pleasing personality and her high-stepping as a colour guard for the Emmaus Drum and Bugle Corps. Her hobbies are knitting and drawing. Her friendliness, sociability, resourcefulness and calmness in an emer- gency will definitely help to fulfill her requirements as an airline hostess. Knitting club 1, 2. MARY L. JOHNSTON 717 North Second Street General Mary Lou Mary Lou is a tall, attractive blue-eyed blonde, with a look of sophistication, but this doesn't prevent her from talking most of the time. "Lou" came to us as a iunior from Haverford High School, and has won many friends with her pleasing personality. We know she will be successful in her future college years. The Tattler lFeature Editorl 3, "Kiss and Tell" 3, Basketball 3, Band 2, Concert Orchestra 2, lTreasurerl 3, Dramatics Club lsecretaryl 2. TIMOTHY G. KAUFFMAN I6 East Minor Street Industrial "Tim" "Tim" is seldom heard but is easily seen with his bright red hair. Quiet, easy- going and a pleasing personality brought him many friends. Fishing and playing softball occupies most of his leisure time. "Tim" hopes to use his wood working ability to earn him a livelihood after graduation. Scabbard and Blade Club l, Conservation and Wild Life Club 2, Health and Physical Education Club 3. RALPH C. KEELER Emmaus, Route l General "R. C." Giving out advice on the finer points of sports and always in a discussion of some sort, portrays "R, C." He excels in all sports and his one ambition is to become a coach. He has the stamina, ability and drive to succeed. Football l, lCaptainl 2, Basketball 1, 2, Gym Team l, 3, Glee Club 7, 2, Varsity "E" Club l, 2, lVice Presidentl 3. -30- Yqgm BETTY L. KELLER l8 North Third Street Academic Betty Lou Her witty, sparkling and congenial personality has made Betty Lou a friend of all. Well known as the "B" in the HA, B, C, Act" this lively lass has kept many a person laughing. Being sports minded she is an ardent rooter as well as a conscientious player. lt will be a proud school having Betty as its Phys. Ed. teacher. Class Secretary 2, The Tattler lSparls Editorl 3, Basketball 'l, 2, lCaptainl 3, Gym Team l, Monitor Club 2, 3, Health and Physical Education Club l, lVice Presidenti 2, Varsity "E" Club lSecretaryl 3, "Pickaninny Parade" l. ERNEY S. KEMMERER 250 North Street General "Syl" This tall, blonde, good looking lad is a very deliberate, determined and matter of fact sort of boy. An all around athlete, he ranked high in both football and basketball. He is definitely conscious of the opposite sex and his smooth line and manner captured many a girls heart. Hi .leff 2, lPage Editorl 3, Football l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, Baseball lManagerl 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, card Club 1, vafsffy "E" Club 2, 3. SHIRLENE I. KERN East Texas Secretarial "Short" "Short", who has expressive brown eyes, black hair and a pleasing personality, was one of the mischievous and argumentative girls of the Secretarial section. Her hobbies are letter-writing and cheering for Emmaus at basketball and football games. "Short" wishes to become a secretary. Chorus 2, 3, Knitting Club l, Girl Reserves 2, Home Nursing Club 3. KATHRYN A. KERSHNER 569 Broad Street Secretarial "Kitty" The petite prom queen was our "Kitty", whose efficiency and competence proved her to be a capable class secretary, This brown-eyed lass spends much of her leisure time entertaining others with her dancing. We will always remember "Kitty" for her ability to make friends and flashing smile. Class Secretary 2, 3, Hi Jeff lkeporterl 2, lPage Editori 3, Glee Club 2, Chorus l, 3, Monitor Club 2, lSecretaryl 3, Knitting Club fSecretaryJ 2, lPresidentl 3, "Pickaninny Parade" l. MARIAN E. KNAUSS Ma cung ie Secretarial "Knaussie" "Knaussie", a happy-go-lucky member of our class was liked by everyone. Among her interests are ice skating, writing letters, playing the piano, and riding in a '49 Ford. Her ambition lies in the secretarial field unless that certain fellow changes her plans. Glee Club 2, Chorus 1, 3, Girl Reserves fTreasureri 1, 2, fPresidenti 3. ADELE M. KOCHER l4i North Fifth Street Academic "Skipper" This resolute and pert miss with coaching as her goal was one of our sparkling cheerleaders. She is easily recognized by her neatness ancl Lnrestrained dramatic ability in the "A, B, C, Act". "Skipper's" endless appetite, love of sports and dancing, will certainly add up to wonderful years at East Stroudsburg. The Tattler lSports Editori 3, Gym Team 1, Cheerleader 2, 3, Chorus 1, Monitor Club 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, Varsity "E" Club 3, "Pickaninny Parade" 1. HELEN R. KOHl.ER Emmaus, Route l Academic Helen Here is Helen with the friendly blue eyes. This demure, reserved lass enjoys painting, writing and school at E. H. S. Helen has proved her artistic ability by helping to paint scenery and posters for class affairs. Her congenial manner will take her through many happy years of nursing. WALTER J. KRASNANSKY Alburtis General "Walt" This carefree fellow has a keen love for the out-of-doors and occupied most of his time hiking, hunting and camping. He is also interested in music, displaying his talent for it by playing a clarinet in the school band and orchestra, and spending many of his leisure hours in the appreciation of it. Track 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Concert Orchestra 3, Photography Club 1, 2. Hi Jeff fReporlerl 2, 3, Arts and Craft Club 1 2 3 ANNABELLE M. KRATZER Alburtis Secretarial "Annie" "Annie", one of the more intelligent members ot our class, was a capable adver- tising manager for our Tattler. Swimming, bowling, dancing, and driving around in a Chevy are her favorite pastimes. She would like to be a secretary, but her engage- ment ring is a revealing indication of her future. The Tattler lAdvertising Managerl 3, Knitting Club 1, Girl Reserves 2, 3. HAROLD L. KRUSE Alburtis Academic "Krusie" This quiet, studious fellow is a loyal Emmaus fan at all football games by his regular attendance in the band, and also in the orchestra as a trumpeter, At home he spends much time in furthering his music ability and helping in his father's store. His stability and reliability should bring him success as a student of medicine. Band 1, 2, 3, Concert Orchestra 2, 3, Dance Orchestra 2, 3, Photography Club 1, 2. ANNA M. KUNKEL Wescosvil le General , "Lefty" "Lefty", an ardent sports fan, will be well remembered for her athletic ability throughout her high school career. Not only was she a whiz on the basketball court, but she was strictly "pro" in many other activities, such as baseball, volleyball and badminton. Her one ambition is to play on a girls' professional baseball team. Basketball l, 2, lCaptainl 3, Health and Physical Education Club l, 2, Varsity "E" Club 3. ANNA KUZMA 553 Minor Street Secretarial "Ann" This mischievous and talkative girl with a boisterous laugh is cheerful and friendly to everyone. Most of her spare time is spent knitting, skating and going to movies. Her pleasing personality will aid her in becoming a successful clerk. Knitting Club 1, 2, Industrial Arts Club 3. sw, 1 1 - 33 e BARBARA ANN LAUDENSLAGER 327 South Fourth Street Commercial "Bobs" This tall, well-dressed lass can be seen going through one of her intricate dance routines. Her capability at leading the band this year has proved her efficiency. Her ambition is to become a first class dance teacher, and we all envy her lucky pupils. The Tattler lClass Editorl 3, Gym Team l, 2, 3, Maiorette 2, 3, Monitor Club 2, 3, "Pickaninny Parade" l, Varsity "E" Club 3, Health and Physical Education Club l, 2. EDGAR A. LAUDENSLAGER Emmaus, Route l Industrial "Eggie" "Eggie" was easily recognized in the halls by his hearty laughter. Although he was usually tinkering with his "Chevy", he still found time for his favorite hobby- girls. Swimming, ice skating and hunting take up most of his time in the line of sports. He is undecided how he will make his living in the future. Gym Team 2, 3, Health and Physical Education Club 2, 3. ELAINE E. LEIBERT 125 North Second Street General Elaine Elaine, the girl with a pleasing smile, was one of the few in the class that did not like movies and dancing. Track has been a great interest to her in her senior year. Painting, church, and a trackman took up most of her pastimes. Chorus l, 2, Typing Club 3, Arts and Crafts Club 2, Gym Team 1. BERNARD P. LIPPOWITSCH 109 Macungie Avenue General "Lippy" "He's down to the l5, the 10, the 5 and he scores", that's "Lippy" our "Bill Stern" of E. H. S. broadcasting the Emmaus A. C. football games. "Lippy" is a Muhlenberg fan at heart and coaches a Class A softball team in the summer months. His wit and personality are sure to make a successful future for him. Chess and Checkers Club 1, Health and Physical Education Club 2. .. 34 .. - ft, r BERNICE M. LORISH 27 South Third Street Secretarial "Nice-ber" This petite, light-hearted girl with flirtatious blue eyes and friendly smile has won many friends with her witty personality. She was remembered in her classes as being indominatable in arguments, Most of her time was spent working at Weida's Luncheonette. Her main ambition is to work for the airlines. The Tattler lBusiness Managerl 3, Gym Team l, 2, 3, Health and Physical Education DONALD E. MABUS 221 North Street General "Donny" Donald was known to all for his shy smile and sly, humorous remarks. One of our faithful and efficient managers, he was often found working in the equipment room, but more likely waiting patiently for "Curt". There are so many things "Donny" would like to do that he is having a hard time making up his mind. Football lManagerl 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, Cooking Club 2, Varsity "E" Club 3, "Pickaninny Parade" l. CARSON D. MARKLE 425 North Street General Markle There wasn't any other fellow who laughed more often at the wrong time than Carson. Good natured and well liked, there wasn't anyone with whom Carson could not get along. Due to his ability and interest in sports, he would like to continue his education and become a physical education teacher. Class President 1, Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball l, Track l, 2, 3, Glee Club l, 2, Varsity "E" Club 2, 3. TWILAJEAN E. MARSTELLER Macungie Secretarial "Twila" "Twila" was one of our accordionists in the senior class. She enioys needle work, roller skating and attending ball games. Although she plans to become a secretary, the outcome will probably be a housewife, since she is a connoisseur of food and an efficient, skillful homemaker. Concert Orchestra l, Dance Orchestra l, Chorus 7, 2, 3, Knitting Club l, 2, Home Nursing Club 3. ELIZABETH H. MARTIN Macungie, Route I Academic "Betty" Adventurous and amicable, smiling her way through life, "Betty" has a fondness for candy, knitting and telling stories to children. Her aptitude for both singing and speak- ing wins her much acclaim. Following these traits she expects to find her happiness as a medical-social worker. Band 1, 2, 3, Concert Orchestra 3, Conservation and Wild Life Club lSecrelaryl l, Chorus 3, Dramatic: Club 2, Junior Declamation Contest 2. .fix FRANCES M. MCAULEY Emmaus, Route I Commercial "Fran" Imported to us from Georgia is blonde, blue-eyed "Fran". Her main ambition is to go back to Georgia and take up the position of a typist. Her favorite hobbies are letter writing and dancing. Football is tops on her list of sports. She is seldom seen when not in the company of her pal "Pat". Chorus 3, Industrial Arts Club 3. IRVING M. McNAlR, JR. 555 North Second Street Academic "Maxwell" "Maxwell" is one of the studious students with sly tricks up his sleeve. He con- sistently places his name on the "A" honor roll. Many hours of his spare time are spent tinkering with radios, also taking and developing pictures. "Maxwell" has high hopes of someday becoming an electrical engineer. Science Club 1, Chess and Checkers Club 2, Industrial Arts Club 3. HARVEY F. MEASLER Macungie, Route I Industrial "Harve" "Harve" is a quiet well mannered member of the senior class. Hunting, fishing and drawing take up most ot his leisure time, although football, basketball and golf are high on his list of interests. Due to his creative ability he would like to have a shop of his own to put it to work. Conservation and Wild Life Club I, 2, Scabbard and Blade Club 3. -36- l - .Allawi CORA M. MILLER lI25 Pennsylvania Avenue Secretarial Cora Cora, with her infectuous laugh and friendly smile, will always be remembered as the inseparable pal of Mary. Her favorite pastimes are movies, skating, football, and dating boys. We are sure she will succeed in any field she will choose for the future. KENNETH M. MILLER Wescosville I ndustrial "Fizz" "Fizz", is talkative to the fellows, but shy when it comes to girls. One of the Wescosville gang, he is usually at Kuhns' Sunoco Station where he plans to pick up the trade of an automobile mechanic for his future. Although he is carefree, he is industrious and is bound to succeed. Cooking Club 2, Scabbard and Blade Club fSecretaryl 3. LO RRAINE T. MILLER Emmaus, Route I Secretarial "Bubby" "Bubby", always in a gay mood, has a smile for everyone she meets. Her strong. resonant voice dominated many an informal conversation. She spends her spare time skating, swimming, and talking. Included in her hobbies are letter writing and knitting. This foretells a happy and successful future. Girl Reserves l, Knitting Club 2, Industrial Arts Club 3. RAY P. MILLER 203 North Fifth Street Industrial Ray Ray was one of our bashful and industrious boys. When not putting in time at the Naval Reserves Station, he was listening to his latest records. Ray's skill seems to be in the field of electronics, but he also shows a great interest in radio and television repairs. Football 1, Scabbard and Blade Club l, 3, Cooking Club 2. .. 37 - ELMER D. MORY 526 North Street Vocational "Niggie" "Niggie", an ardent golfer and basketball player, was the class nuisance. He dislikes work and dry English classes. His ioking personality and friendly smile will be well remembered. Collecting football programs and swimming usually kept him busy. We are sure Emmaus High's loss will be the U. S. Air Force's gain. Gym Team 2, Scabbard and Blade Club 3, Chess and Checker Club 2, Student Council 2, Track 3. Club lVice Presidentl l, lPresidentl 2, "Pickoninny Parade" T. JOAN L. MOSER Macungie, Route l General .loan Alert, versatile and quick-tempered, describes Joan. Her artistic, musical, and dramatic ability has been appreciated throughout her high school career. We will long remember her portrayal of Corliss Archer in the class play, We all feel sure her ambition to enter a stage career will be realized. , The Tattler lAssociate Editorl 3, "Kiss and Tell" 3, Glee Club l, 3, Chorus l, 3, Student Council 1, Monitor Club 2, 3, Declamation Contest 2, Typing Club 3, Dramatics DOLORES A. MOYER Emmaus, Route l Secretarial "D0lly" "Dolly" came to us in her iunior year and has made many friends since then. Although she likes baseball and volley ball, she can be serious, reserved, sympathetic and understanding. She takes great interest in church work and is hoping to devote her time to religious education. Knitting Club 2. MARY JANE MOYER l205 Minor Street General "Janey" Talkative, ambitious, and a bundle of laughter . . . that's "Janey". Between sewing and going to movies she has little time for anything else. Her ability to act was illustrated in the senior class play. Using her art of conversation, her sympathetic understanding and invigorating personality, "Janey" will certainly reach a high goal in nursing. Hi Jeff fCirculation Managerl 2, 3, "Kiss and Tell" 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Knitting Club 2, Typing Club lVice Presidenll 3. iff DONALD C. MUTH 732 Chestnut Street ,General "Mudy" "Change my cleats, quick!" These words were routine with "Mudy". The excellent iob he did as a football manager proved his reliability. His shy moods, along with his witty remarks, made him o very likeable fellow. The Krause A. C. took up most of his time after school. Health and Physical Education Club I, Cooking Club 2, Varsity "E" Club 3, Football iManagerl 2, 3, Basketball l. BRUCE K. NICHOLS 430 Second Street Academic Bruce Bruce is an extremely versatile, good-looking and intelligent member of our class. He showed his dramatic ability in "Kiss and Tell" and in sports he excelled in Track and Football. Bruce proved to be a very capable Editor of "The Tattler". We are sure he will succeed in engineering, his chosen profession. The Tattler lfditor-in-Chietl 3, "Kiss and Tell" 3, Football l, 2, 3, Track I, 2, Chess and Checkers Club 7, Cooking Club 2, Varsity "E" Club 3. PHILIP P. PIEROG 646 Furnace Street N Vocational "Pixie" "Pixie", the tlattooted trackman and football center is quite a romeo and 'tast- talker. As a mechanic his efficiency and personality should bring him success. His unusual chuckle and mannerisms have won him the title of the second "Milton Berle". Football 2, 3, Track I, 2, 3, Varsity "E" Club 3, Heath and Physical Education Club 1' WILLIAM S. RABENOLD I52 Spruce Street Industrial "Bill" "Bill", who hopes to be a draftsman, spent his leisure time at the hobby shop, working on his scooter and attending the Naval Reserves. A familiar sight was "Bill", taking his buddies for rides on his scooter. His politeness and understanding are sure to bring him success. Scabbard and Blade Club 1, 3. .. 39 - ALMA A. RAUCH Alburtis, Route l Commercial Alma's disposition has made her a friend to all. Her spare time is taken up by knitting, driving a blue De Soto, and writing letters. She is an exceptionally fast typist, using this ability on the Hi Jeff. Alma's plans are not definite, but we know a certain fellow who will help her to decide. Hi Jeff lTypistl 3, Knitting Club l, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, Chorus l, 3. RUTH M. RAMER Emmaus, Route l General "Ruthie" Modesty, quietness and a warm smile have won many friends for "Ruthie". Her efficiency and reliability was well proven to us by assuming the responsibilities of chairman of the properties for the class play. With her tact and ability to get along with people, she is sure to reach the highest goal in merchandising. The Tattler lClub Editorl 3, Knitting Club 2, Typing Club lPresidentl 3. Alma GLENN R. REED 159 Greenleaf Street Academic Glenn Hear that perpetual whistle! lt is lust Glenn who possesses a diplomatic and witty personality, making him a capable leader. His love of sports is proven by being an industrious manager of our basketball and baseball teams. Glenn was seen at all social functions and proved his dramatic ability by participating in the class play. Class President 2, The Tattler lSports Editorl 3, "Kiss and Tell" 3, Basketball lManagerl l, 2, 3, Baseball lManagerl 2, 3, Glee Club 2, Chorus 2, Student Council l, fVice Presi- dentl 2, lPresidentl 3, Varsity E" Club 3, Chess and Checkers Club 1, 2. MARY ANN REINERT 229 North Seventh Street Commercial "Kitch" This high stepping maiorette with the flying fingers and dancing feet, was often seen spinning her baton around the halls. Her neatness, loyalty, and thoughtfulness, which have won the respect of all, is sure to aid her in becoming a receptionist to some lucky doctor. The Tattler lFeature Editorl 3, Gym Team 2, 3, Maiorette 2, 3, Health and Physical Education Club 2, Varsity "E" Club 3. BRUCE B. REINHARDT 129 Main Street Academic "Slim" "Slim", top notch comedian has latent ability in everything he tries. His eel-like slipperiness gives him a high rating on the basketball court, while his hot lips make him a home town "Gabriel" on the trumpet. Although he has no specific aspiration, he is one popular person, sure to succeed. Class President 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, lPresidenti 3, Concert Orchestra 1, 2, Dance Orchestra 1, 2, Varsity "E" Club 3, Bird Club 1, 2. Q DOLORES M. RITTER 20l North Fifth Street General Dolores Here comes the band, and up front is Dolores one of our high-stepping colour guards. She is witty and very active in the field of sports and also tapping the keys of the piano. We wish the best of luck to her in the future as a model in musical shows. Basketball 2, 3, Gym Team 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Dramatics Club 1, Colour Guard 3. CHARLES D. ROTHERMEL Alburtis Industrial "Charlie" "Charlie" was one who had a way of always being where trouble was brewing. During hunting and fishing seasons he is strictly for the out-of-doors. Going roller skating is his favorite pastime especially if there are members of the opposite sex present. To be a craftsman is his goal in life. Scabbard and Blade Club 1, Health and Physical Education Club 2, 3. DOLORES L. SASSAMAN Macungie, Route 1 Commercial "Dolly" This girl with the cheerful and friendly disposition is none other than "Dolly". Among her hobbies are letter writing, motoring, and playing her marimba. As yet her future is undecided, but we are sure there is a certain fellow who would be willing to share it with her. Chorus 1, 2, 3, Knitting Club 1, Girl Reserves 2, 3. RICHARD L. SCHAEFFER Allentown, Route 2 General "Pip" Tall, handsome, sports-minded, with a congenial personality - that's "Butch". His chief interest is track in which he made a great success in his four years at high school. Painting, hunting, and fishing take up most of his spare time. Although he has a strong liking for mechanics, his versatility predicts an interesting and successful future. Football 2, 3, Basketball 1, Track 1, 2, 3, Health and Physical Education Club 2, 3, Varsity "E" Club l. ROY C. SCHAEFFER 172 Greenleaf Street General "Shifty" Here is a fellow who disproves the fact that brown and brains don't go together. Intelligent, easy-going, mild tempered and an ability to get along with other people ably describe "Shifty". He liked all sports and was one of our steady and reliable football players. Football l, 2, 3, Basketball l, Baseball l, Varsity "E" Club 3. ALBERTA L. SCHIFFERT 304 State Avenue Academic Alberta Strong willed and persistent, Alberta has a keen sense of right and wrong and a sense of humor. She was a loyal supporter of the Emmaus teams. Alberta displayed her dramatic ability in "Kiss and Tell". Her aspiration for the future is to be a dress designer. Hi Jeff lReporterl 2, "Kiss and Tell" 3, Knitting Club 2, Art Club 3. JOHN P. SCHULER Emmaus, Route l Industrial "Johnny" Generally shy, mischievous, and intelligent if in the mood, was "Johnny", Being of sporting blood, he discusses hunting, ice skating, and football with his buddies at the "Vera Cruz Store". Inspired by the promise of seeing a little of the country, "Johnny" prefers truck driving as his goal in life. Health and Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3. - 42 - , JAMES H. SHANABERGER ll9 North Fifth Street Commercial "Big Jim" "Jim" is a good natured and well liked fellow. His inimitable portrayal of Dexter in "Kiss and Tell" revealed his acting ability in comedy roles. Dancing, ioking, and ice cream are tops for him. Basketball takes up most of his spare time. He wishes to become a millionaire someday. Hi Jeff fkeporterl 2, lPage Editorl 35 "Kiss and Tell" 35 Football fManagerl 15 Basketball 2, 35 Student Council lg Science Club IVice Presidentl li Debating Club 25 Varsity "E" Club 35 "Pickaninny Parade" l. MARALYN J. SHELLING 517 Harrison Street Academic "Jill" Pert, talkative, and congenial, "Jill" was active in all school activities and was a loyal supporter of all school socials. A great deal of her energy was consumed in attempting to knit as well as she could draw. She has aspirations for obtaining a college degree at Skidmore. Hi Jeff lExchange Editorl 2, 35 Basketball 35 Chorus 15 Dramatics Club l, 25 Knitting Club 3. SYLVIA F. SHOEMAKER Macungie General Sylvid An engaging smile, pleasant personality and striking blonde hair, that's Sylvia. Sylvia was an ardent fan of all E. H. 5. sports and was well liked for her friendliness and modesty. She has the understanding and competence to make her an ideal social worker. The Tattler fCirculation Managerl 35 Glee Club 2, 35 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Knitting Club li Girl Reserves lsecretaryl 2, 3. RICHARD K. SICHER Macungie, Route l Commercial "Dickie" "Dickie" is a very carefree fellow with a warm smile for everyone, especially the girls. Sports, of which his favorites are football and baseball, take up most of his time. His ambition is to become a salesman, and we all know it will be strictly high pressure stuff. Gym Team 2, 35 Band 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Chorus 2, 35 Health and Physical Education Club l, 2, 3. -437 PAUL J. SIEGFRIED, JR. Alburtis Commercial "Siggy" Likeable, friendly, neat . . . that's "Siggy", who was either in Rauch's back room cracking iokes or wielding a monkey wrench in his dad's garage. Photography and raising a racket on the school bus were some of his favorite pastimes. With his ambition and dependability he is destined to succeed as an auto mechanic. The Tattler lPhotographerl 3, Photography Club i, 2, lPresidentl 3. JOHN A. SINGLEY l27 South Fifth Street Academic "Tex" We will remember John for his politeness, sociability, wit and humorous pranks in and out of school. Nature study and research in his home laboratory occupied most of his time when he was not attending school dances and sporting events. Lehigh will be proud to welcome John next fall. The Tattler lAssociate Editorl 3, Science Club 1, Bird Club lVice Presidentl 2, Nature Club lVice Presidentl 3. JEAN C. SKINNER 637 North Street Secretarial "Jeanie" "Jeanie", the petite, blonde, brown-eyed cheerleader of our class, is ambitious and has a big heart where others are concerned. We will remember "Jeanie" being smartly dressed and driving a red convertible to A. C. football games. She has all the qualities for a receptionist and is destined to succeed in this, the career of her choice. Hi Jeff lltusiness Managerl 2, 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, Knitting Club 2, Varsity "E" Club 3, "Pickaninny Parade" i. RUBY A. SMOYER Macungie, Route l General "Rube" "Rube", a girl with a keen sense of humor, can cheer up anyone feeling blue. She liked baseball and basketball and was a hearty cheerer for the team. After attend- ing to her many and varied activities, she still found time to doodle on the piano or listen to popular music. Her friendliness and inexhaustible energy will aid her in being a wonderful nurse. Glee Club 3, Chorusl, 2, 3, Knitting Club l, Industrial Arts Club 2, Girl Reserves 3, A as is DOROTHY SPIEKER T18 North Fifth Street Academic "Dot" "Hurry please"! These are familiar words to Dot - the gal with a twinkle in her eye. Although seemingly diminutive and coy, she nevertheless has a devilish streak which makes her an enioyable companion. Patient, sympathetic, and sincere, "Dot" has all the qualifications for an elementary school teacher. Basketball 2, 3, Gym Team 1, Chorus 1, Monitor Club 2, 3, Library Club 1, lPresidentl 2, Dramatics Club l, Knitting Club 3. JOYCE A. STAUFFER Old Zionsville Commercial "Jo" This petite lassie who hails from Old Zionsville is a friend to all. Her pastimes are spent in knitting, writing letters, and attending the movies. She likes to cook and eat and with that ambition we are sure she'll make a good housewife for some lucky fellow. Knitting Club l, 2, 3. RONALD B. STAUFFER 17 North Fourth Street Academic Ronald Proud indeed are we of Ronald, intelligent, witty, and with personality plus. He appreciates and understands music, symphonic, as well as popular. He uses his pastime by playing the piano in which he excels and also his new hobby, dancing. Ronald, an excellent student, can be well assured of a profitable and notable college career. "Kiss and Tell" 3, Student Council 2, 3, Science Club 1, Chess and Checkers Club fPresidenti 2, 3. i JOYCE F. STEPHEN 528 North Second Street Academic "Bubber" An all around gal, that's our "Bubber". Although she is fond of football, she has proven her own athletic ability as a guard on the basketball team. Her reserve, poise, and sincerity have won her great respect from her classmates. All these qualities will make her tops in the nursing profession. The Tattler lClass Editorl 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, Knitting Club 2, Varsity "E" Club 3, Hi Jeff lTypistl. GLORIA J. STONEBACK 428 Ridge Street Academic "Toots" Though studious and reserved, our "Toots" is understanding and sympathetic. She has a fondness for horseback riding and eating ice cream, but an aversion for alarm clocks. Her aim is to ioin the hand of medical missionaries whose goal is to heal the soul as well as the body. Band l, 2, 3, Science Club l, Knitting Club 3. WILLIAM H. STOUDT Allentown, Route 2 Industrial "Bill" Abbreviated and muscular, "Bill" not only had a high scholastic rating, but had done quite a iob in the field of football and track. His interests in athletics and his good humor make him a popular guy. Driving and taking in a movie take up most of his time. "Bill" has revealed much interest in the Marine Corps. Football l, 2, 3, Track l, 2, 3, Scabbard and Blade Club 2, Varsity "E" Club 3. DONALD W. TRUMP 33 South Fifth Street General "Trumpie" Trump possesses a mischievous smile, but such an innocent expression when some- thing happens. His smooth dancing and outstanding performance on the gridiron have won him many admirers, including the opposite sex. Seeing the world would probably satisfy "Trumpie", if he could do it in a navy blue wardrobe. Football l, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, Card Club l, Varsity "E" Club 2, 3. STEPHEN A. VLAHOVIC 523 Minor Street Industrial "Steve" "Steve", that industrious, energetic and chronically blushing lad, is always grinning and thinking of new ideas for getting into trouble. "Steve" is usually seen with the gang at the Club, talking shop. His perserverance and abilities will be recognized when he becomes a member of the Armed Forces. Football l, 2, 3, Track l, 2, 3, Monitor 2, 3, Health and Physical Education Club 1, 2, Scabbard and Blade Club 3. ROBERT J. VOLK Emmaus, Route l Industrial "Volkie" "Volkie" is a sociable kind of a guy. When not busy at work in shop, he was talking about hunting or his favorite sport, baseball. For a hobby he likes driving and working around his father's car. We will never forget his dry humor, and his genius for creating nicknames for persons and proiects. Conservation and Wild Life Club 7, 2, 3. SHARON WAMBOLD 419 Railroad Street General This bright and cheerful lass is definitely an asset to our class. Her graceful dancing and melodious voice makes her outstanding in both fields. Sharon is an ardent admirer of hunting and does her share with much success. We are sure she will be happy as a wife to her one and only. The Tattler lClass Editorl 3, Glee Club 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Art and Crafts Club 1, 2, Girl Reserves 3. JUNE R. WALTERS 556 Chestnut Street Secretarial "Junie" Here's "Junie", a very attractive girl of our class, who intends to make modeling her career. Laughing eyes, light hair, radiant complexion and a winning smile portrays "Junie" in full. She spent her spare time selling candy in the local theatre. Her main hobbies are swimming, dancing and flirting with the boys. Hi Jeff lkeporterl 2, 3, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Health and Physical Education Club 2, Industrial Arts Club 3. "Sherry" DONALD J. WENDLING Macungie General "Don" "The Old Master Painter From Macungie" has established himself as a competent artist through his numerous paintings in exhibitions. He is adept at horseback riding and is talented in the field of photography. After graduation, he hopes to become a fruit grower. Hi Jeff lCartoonistl 2, Photography Club 1, Arts and Crafts Club lPresidentl 2. h 47 - RAYMOND S. WETHERHOLD lOl East Elm Street General "Ramey" This good looking versatile fellow is known to most of us for his "sweet sax" and "hot clarinet". His unquestionable ability as our quarterback and lithe performance on the gym team will never be forgotten. "Ramey" would like to see the states and doing it in an entertainment unit would not be obiectiona ble to him. Scabbard and Blade Club 1, Health and Physical Education Club 2, 3, "Pickaninny Parade" 1, Football l, 2, 3, Track 2, 3, Gym Team l, 2, 3, Band l, 2, Concert Orchestra 7, Dance Orchestra l. JANICE E. WISSER 214 North Fifth Street Secretarial Janice Janice has a sweet disposition and a pleasing smile that has won her many friends. She likes convertibles but dislikes "Love Sick Blues". Football and basketball are her favorite sports. Her creative and artistic ability plus her originality will be an asset to her in her career as a dress designer. Colour Guard 2, 3, Girl Reserves 7, 2. , 1 ar. L' ay sv, in Y ' si . E. BRYCE WOLFORD 646 Broad Street Academic Bryce Besides being an outstanding cageman and pellet swisher, he also possesses an unusual sense of humor. Bryce was one of the prominent individuals of our class because of his scholastic ability and sense of responsibility. All these traits combined, we are sure he will make a congenial industrial engineer. Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, Varsity "E" Club 3. PAUL E. WOODRING 231 Ad rain Street General " Woody" His dry humor and infectuous laugh have given us many a lighter moment. ln his three years on the football team he has proved himself a loyal and staunch member. Creative and artistic ability are his, to attain his ambition of a commercial artist. Arts ancl Crafts Club l, 2, Varsity "E" Club 3, Glee Club l, 2, Chorus l, 2, Football l, 2, 3, Track 2, 3. IRENE l. WURST 137 Elm Street Academic Irene Attending dances and ice skating are lrene's favorite pastimes. Ability to ioin in class functions was proven by her participation in the class play and her service on dance committees. Musical talent increases her popularity and she is sure to be success- ful in her chosen field of dietetics. The Tattler lClub Editorl 3, Hi .leff lTypistl 3, "Kiss and Tell" 3, Chorus 1, 2, Glee Club 2, Dramatics Club 1, 2, Arts and Crafts Club 3. CHARLES R. YEAKEL Emmaus, Route l General "Curt" "Curt" is the fellow who always travels at a snail's pace no matter what's happen- ing, but he puts his heart and soul into football and baseball. He would like to spend his future in college sports and improving the National League Phillies. Football 3, Baseball l, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, Health and Physical Education Club if Photography Club 27 Varsity "E" Club 3. ALMA MATER As we plod through life's road steeping Climbing up those rocky hills, We will ever hold in keeping Thoughts of these dear wisdom mills. Hear Hear Hear Hear Gone is our gay "learned" Gone those days which are Much we did in rooms now Things we'll do and see no these silent stone walls shouting their words of would-be woe them plead with hopes and doubting them tell us not to go. company, of yore, empty more. Chorus: Alma Mater! Alma Mater! Hear our song of thanks to thee! Hold in keeping, ioy and weeping, Hold our blessed memory. L i ' Qllawvzi Another year gone by and with eager hearts and minds the underclassmen take another step 'Forward to greater success and recognition. In these willing hands is left the task of upholding past standards and making an even better school., JUNIOR CLASS ACADEMIC Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Greenbaum, Readler, Thompson, Fehnel, Kline, Mohr, Richard, Wotring. SECOND ROW: Weaver, Leister, Flexer, Henning, Shoe- maker, Stauffer, Stratz. THIRD ROW: Fenstermaker, Stoudt, Buchen, Gehman, Greiss, Stortz, Houseknecht. FOURTH ROW: Hamscher, Miller, Warmkessel, Brobst, Bolich, Spencer. The capability of the Junior Class can well be illustrated in their three colorful social functions of the year. With an original name, a distinct and unique way of decorating, "The Bal L'Automne" held on November 5, started their social whirl with a brilliant splash of color. Highlighting the year was the Junior Prom held at the Frolics Ballroom in Allentown on April 21. lt was a gay affair, and one of the main events of the evening was the crowning of the regal king and queen. The last social function of the year was the memorable "Senior Farewell", at which the iuniors served as host to the seniors. With Miss Miller, Mr. Deischer and Mr. Schaadt guiding the H8 students, they began taking over more responsible positions during the year and contributing many outstanding sport figures. With their green and white colors flying and a carnation in their lapel, we are sure they will have a brilliant and unforgettable senior year. g L wxwmszswmwwzsxcfvvw.1eus.fmmz:f'9w:..f::m fxmsxwwm 3 ima Y. we wmv-1 SECRETARIAL Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Stichter Englert, Carter, Diefenderfer, Moatz, Reinsmith, Reinhard, Shelly. SECOND ROW: E. Dreas, Smoyer, Tumerler, Miller, Funk, Fromm, Schueck. THIRD ROW: M. Dreas, Schmaldinst, Schnell- man, Grim, Wendling, Swavely. FOURTH ROW: Ortt, Wieder, Druckenmiller, Shiner, Eisenhard, Krause, Frey. GENERAL Lefl fo Right-FIRST ROW: Milinchik, Gilbert, Manfz, M. Schirmacher, D. Schirmacher, Heisf, Miller, Bear, Lazor. SECOND ROW: Sfichler, Bauman, Berger, Marsh, Lichtenwalner, Schaeffer, Winzer, Moyer. THIRD ROW: Shoe- maker, Gerharf, Mohr, Muichler, Hilberf, Sforfz, Wieder, Ondrovic, Reppert' FOURTH ROW: Wieder, Kuncio, Smith, Arnold, Nicholas, Biftenbender Hilde- beidel. OFFICERS: Smith lPresidenIl, Diefenderfer ITreas- ADVISERS: Mr. Deischer, Miss Muller Mr Schaadl urerl, Reinsmith ISecrefaryl, Nicholas lVice Presidenfl. N INDUSTRIAL Left fo Right-'FIRST ROW: Oswald, Roth, Druckenmiller, Boyer, Bohus, Schranfz. SECOND ROW: Plarr, Arndf, Andrews, Albitz, Yanochko. THIRD ROW: Anselm, Miller, Rupp, Butz, Chrisfman, Moyer. 5- ACADEMIC Left to RighthFIRST ROW: Benfield DeLong, Radler, Clewell, Sassaman Myers, Heiney, D. Butz, George. SECOND ROW: Reinhardt, Kohler Rems, Fretz, Aten, Sachs, N. Butz, Smith. I THIRD ROW: Wessner, Reitnauer Fisher, Kalmback, lobst, Arnold, Mc- Fetridge, Willenbecker. FOURTH ROW: Gardner, Hoffman, Stouffer, Klinger Rohrbach, Miller, Knauss, Polster. FIFTH ROW: Wetzel, Hillegass, Neiss, Charles- worth, Antler. SOPHOMORE CLASS A gleam in their eyes and vengeance in their minds, the sophomores started the year with initiations which the freshmen will never forget. With feathers in their caps, through the success of their Freshman Minstrel, "A Night at the Fair", and the "May Dance", with Caroline Bieber reigning as their lovely queen, they were now determined to make this an even more successful year. Under the guidance of Mrs. Moyer, Mr. Burger, Mr. Hauser, and Mr. Ortt, they opened their social season on December 3 with the "Winter Whirl". This being a highly successful affair, plans were immediately made for May 23, on which date "The May Dance", their last social event for the season was held. After two years of experience and success, they are now looking forward to taking over the esteemed position of juniors. COMMERCIAL Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Gross, Findlay, Braim, Heil, Reifinger, Hilbert, Hess, Hillegass, Newhard, Ackerman. SECOND ROW: C. Millhouse, lobst David, Miller, Readinger, Reiss, N. Snyder, Amig, Kichline. THIRD ROW: Eglin, Polster, Sell, Giering, P. Millhouse Moyer, Marks, Kline. FOURTH ROW: Flexer, P. Snyder, Laudenslager, Freder- ick, Madtes, Schwar, Reichard, Oswald. FIFTH ROW: Fegley, Frey, J. Bieber, Siegfried, C. Bieber, Brown, N. Mill- house, Heussman. SIXTH ROW: Keller, Neimeyer, Hertzog, Mohr, Ruth, Conrad, Smith. 1 1 -54- 1 1 1 1 1 GENERAL Left to Right+FlRST ROW: Conrad, Schultz, D. Hensinger, Cassel, Haines, Herman, Boyer. SECOND ROW: Eck, Stoudt, Adams, Sell, Renninger, Pierog, Stauffer, Letterhouse. THIRD ROW: Batman, Miller, Geist, C. Hensinger, Kuhns, Wilt, Brown. FOURTH ROW: Moyer, Schwartz, Bortz, Oleksa, Reichard, Rinker. OFFlCERS: Bieber lTreasurerl, Sachs Secretary ADVISERS Mrs Moyer Mr Hauser Mr Burger, Stauffer lPresidentl, Charlesworth lVice Presrdentl Mr Ortt INDUSTRIAL Left to Right-FlRST ROW: Brinker, Richards, Fenstermaker, Stahl, Beitler, Ritter, Butz, Lohrman, SECOND ROW: Kerchner, Long, Derr, Oswald, Buchecker, Sell, Urffer, Gordan. THIRD ROW: Stofflet, Weider, Heist, lbach, Huber, l Romanchuk, Smith, Lorish. FOURTH ROW: Eltz, Vargo, Montgomery, Laben- berg, Bartz, Marsh, Rice. f .L SECTION 9-I Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Meyers, Urffer, Herr, Long, Deischer, Yaeck, Clauser, Achenbach, Heist.- SECOND ROW: Stoudt, Amig, Rice, Fegley, 'OswaId, Miller, Deveraux, Cocklin. THIRD ROW: Toth, Lokez, M. Lichten- walner, Dorney, Knoll, Cressman, Knapp, Brosky. FOURTH ROW: Leiser, Williams, Remaley, C. Wieder, Reed, Rahn, Mintz, Allender. FIFTH ROW: Mitchell, Alt- house, Knauss, Moyer, Ritter, Howerter, Blank. SIXTH ROW: Marks, B. Kressley, D. Fegley, Weaver, Menzel. FRESH MAN CLASS The class of I953 has been divided- three sections in the High School and two in the Lincoln Junior High School, since. neither building could facilitate their enrollment of 207. The talent of the Freshman Class was very adeptly displayed in their Freshman Minstrel "Dreamers' Paradise" held on February IO and ll. They proudly sponsored their one and only social activity of the year, the "Spring Escapades" on April 15. The advisers of the Freshman Class are Miss Hauser, Mr. Baer, Mr. Benfield, Mr. Miller, and Mr. Souders. OFFICERS: Miller lPresidentl, Heist lTreasurerI, Heimbach lsecretaryl. ADVISERS: Mr. Benfield, Mr. Baer, Mr. Miller, Mr. Souders, Miss Hauser. NOT PICTURED: Mintz lVice Presidentl. SECTION 9-2 Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Szupper, Cormier, Heimbach, Miller, Nester, Kulp, Rollman, Rems, Snyder, Drucken- miller. SECOND ROW: Swavely, Kauff- man, Kemmerer, Houseknecht, Althouse, Trautt, Arnold, Swank, DeWalt. THIRD ROW: Stahl, Sebring, Bauman, Kohler, Sell, Wagner, Yocum, Lisi, FOURTH ROW: Treichler, Dreas, Schrader, Thompson, Miller, Hoffman, Pavenello, Eck. FIFTH ROW: Whitenight, Heyer, Moyer, Smoll, Kerchner, Hermany, Gas- per, Youkonis. SECTION 9-3 Left to RightfFIRST ROW: Evans, Kern, P. Young, Wiltinger, Wellington, Engle- man, Schmoyer, Shafer, E. Young, Hoffman. SECOND ROW: Gehman, Hunsicker, Bastian, E. Kressley, Merkle, Sell, B. Treichler, J. Ziegler, P. Zeigler. THIRD ROW: Lauer, R. Reinhard, Stephens, E, Miller, Muth, Schantz, A. Lichtenwalner, Fink. FOURTH ROW: Fluck, C. Dreas, Polster, Martin, Reifinger, Kozak, Greenbaum, Buss, P. Wendling. FIFTH ROW: Wetzel, Kuhns, A. Moyer, R. Reinhard, R. Wieder, Heydt, C. Miller, Rohrbach, D. Wendling. SECTION 9-4 Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Billie, Houseknecht, Gantz, Romig, Seibert, Antrim, Seblott, Hein, Diller. SECOND ROW: Bean, Wieder, Edelman, Mont- gomery, Fink, Dries, Druckenmiller, Levy, THIRD ROW: Miller, DeLong, Kovish, Howerter, Krasley, Crossley, Walters. FOURTH ROW: Knauss, Schueck, Busher, Meckel, Brey, Feather, Neimeyer, Trefter. SECTION 9-5 Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Heck, Romi Geisinger Heffner Reppert, 9: 1 1 Knerr, Zeigler, E. Schueck, J. Schueck. SECOND ROW: Rompella, Shankweiler, Buss, Cressman, King, Moyer, Faust, Rothermel. THIRD ROW: Blank, Milin- ichik, Bitting, Yeakle, Schillenberger, Wetherhold, Volk. FOURTH ROW: Schuler, Holland, Sterner, Hillegass, Heintzelman, Beitler. Zlivnturwa A yearbook would not be complete without a coverage of the never-to-be- forgotten spirit of every day school life. The Feature Section, through pictorial and editorial means, accomplishes this end. That All t The The The Thos Rauc Whe The The The Our That The The The Whe Love The The The Our The The The The The Last D0 YOU REMEMBER . "big wheel" feeling of being a freshman? he outstanding talent in our freshman minstrel? "corny" assembly programs? crowning of the May Queen, Betty Lou Keller? strange food combinations served in the "caf"? e two hour movies? h's during the noon-time rush? n our school was redecorated? line-up for late excuses each morning? celebrities of the senior class, exchanging pictures? bubble gum fad? theme song "Slipping Around" on the water-soaked gym floor? wonderful senior portrayal of "Kiss and Tell"? athletic ability shown in the Gym Exhibition? captivating moment of the crowning of our Prom Queen, "Kitty" Kershner? anxiety of the "Senior Farewell"? n the ianitor from the Central School building stole the show during a lyceum program? rs' rendezvous in the gym? arguments in our senior class meetings? fuss made over the selected commencement announcements? five percenters? high percentage of football winnings in "49"? tough time we had selling senior class play tickets? sweet dreams for a bright future of the engaged seniors? glorious night of the Senior Ball? flirtatiousness of our mid-century grads? screams in the halls brought about by a little hamster named "Mickey"? but not least, the speedy feature editors on the yearbook staff? ACADEMIC COURSE The Academic Course is offered primarily for those students who wish to enter college, nursing school, or other fields of higher education. In this course of study the main subjects include: English, history, mathematics, languages, and the higher sciences. The l2A English students are taught literature and vocabulary under the supervision of Mr. Schaadt. lOA plane geometry class, taught by Mr. Burger, gives the students a firmer foundation for solid geometry and trigonometry. In the chemistry laboratory Mr. Becker assists the llA students performing many practical experiments. The life and language of the ancient Romans are brought to life by Mr. Ortt and his 9-2 students. COMMERCIAL AND SECRETARIAL COURSE , 'al Course is designed to prepare students to enter a 1 ' ts of practical studies in business, such 3 lesmanship. l d Secretarl h ear consus l w and sa The Commercial an business life after graduation. Eac y as bookkeeping, shorthand, typewriting, business a , The l2S business law class, instructed dies the rights and obli- ' civic and ii by Mr. Frantz, stu ' f all citizens in their ations o irs. 9 business affa d Systematic procedures are introduce by Miss Hauser to these llS bookkeeping students, by a thorough study of assets and liabilities, debits and credits. d of Miss Under the guiding han Strauss, this l2C typing class follows the f'ce procedures. Also in- ' and stenci routine of of i 's mimeographmg cluded I cutting. 'nstructed by The TOC math class, 1 develops speed and accur- tals of business Mr. Hauser, acy in the basic fundamen arithmetic. bw- H1-c GENERAL COURSE The General Course is planned for those who desire a general secondary education. The subiects included in this course are: English, mathematics, social studies, science, music, art, home economics, and industrial arts. Through Mr. Deischer's problems of democracy classes the l2G students learn the importance of living and working in a democracy. Practical problems in mathematics are discussed and solved in Mr. Burger's IOG general mathema- tics class. Practical everyday science is taught through visual education by Mr. Baer in his HG iunior science class. ln Miss MiIler's 9-2 art class the students bring forth their talent in painting and the various arts and crafts. T63i. INDUSTRIAL COURSE ho desire to enter the skilled trades ' designed for those students w ft, mechanical and arch: The Industrial Course is h' ourse are shop work, leather-cra field. The subiects included in t is c ' rinting, and silk screening. tectural drawing, p The study of printing and mechanical drawing occupies the time of these l2l idance of senior boys, under the gu Mr.Heckman. These l2l students, taught by Mr. Weber, learn all the fundamentals of mak- ing useful articles out of wood, leather, and metal. The study of literature is highlighted i Mr. Benfield's lll English class. lnstructed by Mr. Lobb, history students, discuss, and receive a ' h world history of clear picture of te yesterday and today. these lOl CLASS WILL At this momentous occasion we, the Class of l95O, having been an outstanding one, wish to publish and declare this to be our last Will and Testament. To the underclassmen we bequeath the senior's outstanding individual talents: Dorothy Bauer's shining personality to Louise Wieder. Virginia Beaky's iovialness to Elaine Richards. Dorothy Beltz's blonde hair to Eleanor Heussman. Ruth Berger's enioyment of school life to Ethel Findlay. Norma Bieber's iunior nurses training to Letitia Fehnel. Joyce Brinker's dimples to Mary Ann Smith. Darl DeEsch's editorship of "Hi Jeff" to an able iunior. Dolores DeLong's red tresses to Eleanor Miller. Mary Engleman's old beau to Helen Toth. Jean Fegley's friendly disposition to Fay Funk. Arlene Frey's eyes to "Jackie" Hillegass. Joan Haines's gift of gab to Nira Shelly. Marie Hersh's long fingernails to Frances Stitcher. Dolores Hilbert's quick temper to Evelyn Hertzog. Mariory Hinkel's diminutiveness to Janet Koze. Janet Hunsicker's school books to Evelyn Frey. Shirlene Kern's quietness to Dorothy Bastian. Kathryn Kershner's crown to a worthy iunior lass. Marian Knauss's musical ability to Nancy Millhouse. Annabelle Kratzer's pierced ears to whomever wants them. Adele Kocher's loud cheering voice to Ann Reinsmith. "Dot" Spieker's mischieviousness to Bruce Polster. Joyce Stephen's sophisticated manner to Mary Readler. Mary Ann Fatula's efficiency to Carole Schwar. Mary Lou Johnston's ability to get into trouble to Nancy Lichtenwalner. Elizabeth Martin's musical ability to Patricia Newhard. Alberta Schiffert's graceful mien to Martha Jean Shoemaker. "Bobby" Hersh's friendliness to Marian Dries. "Dave" Aten's car to Leroy Reppert. Leon Doney's perserverance to "Jack" Wieder. Gloria Stoneback's devoutness to Jean Fretz. Helen Kohler's demureness to Marilyn Kohler. Donald Geist's brother, Clifford, to the Junior Class. Ronald Stauffer's quietness to Robert Frey. Harriet Hilberg's agility to Rita Fisher. Glenn Reed's leadership to Earl Smith. Elbert Hubbard's blue eyes to Harold Bittenbender. Harry Fenstermaker's musical ability to "Gerry" Flexer. Bruce Reinhardt's wit and humor to Rayald Hildebeidle. Irving McNair's report card to John Wilt. Bruce Nichols' editorship of "The Tattler" to an outstanding Junior. Roy Dundore's shyness to William Mohr. John Singley's corny iokes to anyone capable of handling them. Bryce Wolford's flirtatiousness to Miles Arnold. Darcey Hamsher's impersonations to Walter Bauman. Lamont Hoffman's small features to Leslie Blank. Timothy Kauffman's red hair to "Ted" Houseknecht. Edgar Laudenslager's loud laugh to Richard Wieder. CLASS WILL Ccontinuedj Harvey Measler's silence to Donald Stichter. Kenneth Miller's many nicknames to Leonard Hilbert. Ray Miller's bashfulness to Shirley Sell. Elmer Mory's wavy hair to Jacob Rupp. Philip Pierog's ability to make love over the telephone to William Rabenold's ability to stay out of trouble to Leon Charles Rothermel's sarcastic remarks to Richard Hamscher. John Schuler's ability to get into trouble to Harrison Stoud William Stoudt's mathematical ability to Ronald Reichard. Robert Volk's habit of singing cowboy songs in all classes George Eck's alertness to Leon Miller. Lawson Diehl's sleeping in classes to Harry Fink. Robert Frankenfield's shyness toward girls to Richard Wa Carol Beam's naughtiness to Clariss Carter. Anna Kuzma's tardiness to Marilyn Marsh. Bernice Lorish's soda-jerking to Carolyn Schueck. Twilaiean Marsteller's iolliness to Sandra Cassel. Cora Miller's shyness to Ruth Engelman. Lorraine Miller's silly laugh to Marie Lokez. Dolores Moyer's attendance card to Barbara Elaine Kline Jean Skinner's neat appearance to Jeanette Reinhard. June Walter's robustness to "Jackie" Boyer. Janice Wisser's colour guard uniform to some lucky girl. "Jimmy" Dickinson's golf clubs to Richard Gerhart. "Pat" Elliot's tight skirts to Merle Nester. Glendora Fritz's easy-going attitude to Shirley Wotring. Carl Gable's old girl 'Friends to "Louie" Pavenello. Tessie Genovese's heartaches to Joann Clewell. Betty Jane Gilbert's circulation problems to Janet Moatz. "Dot" Gilbert's excuse blanks to Mae Nester. "Connie" Herbst's ice cream cones to Barbara Jean Kline. Dennis Himmelberger's ability to tease to Ronald Smoll. Barbara Laudenslager's dancing ability to Marthaiane Cla Frances McAuley's cute smile to Jan Sachs. Alma Rauch's typing ability to Hennrietta Tamerler. Mary Ann Reinert's batons to Nancy Reifinger. Dolores Sassaman's marimba playing to some future stude "Jimmy" Shanaberger's iokes to "Ted" Gardner. Richard Sicher's band uniform to Barbara Fegley. Paul Siegfried's camera to Lois Radler. Joyce Stauffer's knitting ability to Susan Mohr. Irene Wurst's figure skates to "Patsy" lobst. "Jill" Shelling's high socks to Nancy Willenbecker. Betty Lou Keller's faithfulness to Joan Diefenderfer. Harold Kruse's neat appearance to Metro Oleksa. "Charlie" Eyer's basketball ability to anyone who needs "Janey" Moyer's impetuous giggle to Dolores Heiney. Sarann Diehl's modesty to Caroline Bieber. "Lefty" Kunkel's hot shooting to "Pat" Henning. "Cookie" Hubert's big brown eyes to Nancy Bear. Glenn Hertzog's pepsodent smile to "Joe" Kuncio. All of "Ruthie" Ramer's friends to anyone who is lonely. Gloria Hillegass's ability to keep her mouth shut to Anna Erney Kemmerer's good looks to Terry Letterhouse. any great lover. Mintz. T. to Herman Albitz rmkessel. user. nt. it Schirmacher. YYY CLASS WILL Ccontinuedj Barton Decker's wardrobe to Darwin Leister. Karl Brosky's devilishness to anyone with enough nerve to keep up with it. Ralph Keeler's athletic ability to "Donnie" Miller. Gary Giering's dimples to "Jim" Charlesworth. Richard Bartholomew's smooth dancing to Jack Marsh. Carson Markle's broad shoulders to "Marty" Ondrovic. Elaine Liebert's piano playing to "Connie" Rems. June Allmon's flawless complexion to Sally Readinger. Sharon Wambold's diamond to any underclassman ready to settle down. Joan Moser's beautiful hair to Julia Lazor. "Donnie" Mabus's witty remarks to Arthur Stortz. "Ramey" Wetherhold's captivating smile to Neil Polster. "Curt" Yeakle's neat physique to Blair Moyer. Donald Wendling's paints and brushes to Robert Antler. Bernard Lippowitch's knowledge of all sports to Willard Stratz. Paul Woodring's artistic ability to Evelyn Schultz. Roy Schaeffer's long legs to Wiley Gehman. Ruby Smoyer's petiteness to Pearl Benfield. "Mike" Brown's trophy to an ambitious someone capable of earning it. Dolores Ritter's slenderness to .lean Kalmbach. Hilda Hennemuth's singing lessons to anyone with the time, money, and voice. Walter Krasnansky's timidness to Arthur Sell. Rita Ann Geiring's melodious voice to Phyllis Zeigler. Richard Schaeffer's faithfulness to "Tommy" Mutchler. Sylvia Shoemaker's pleasing personality to Nancy Butz. Ernestine Bachman's pleasant disposition to June Heist. Richard Butz's neatly combed hair to Rodney Stauffer. Stephen Vlahovic's intelligence to Richard Rohrbach. Agnew Conrad's funny grin to Leonard Shoemaker. Richard Danner's chubbiness to Claude Anselmn. Richard Diehl's big smile to Alan Greiss. Forrest Fegley's funny actions to Dolores Hennsinger. Robert Fenstermaker's ability to always start an argument to Donald Oswald. Larry Findlay's easy going manner to Arnel Wetzel. Gabrial Genovese's smart comments in English class to Kenneth Brobst. Mary Bastian's sweet disposition to Barbara Aten. Robert Danner's gymnastic ability to "Donnie" Richards. Francis Dreas's wonderful baritone voice to Rodney Fenstermaker. Donald Muth's crew cuts to Darwin Leister. Donald Trump's mischievous eyes to William Brown. ln conclusion we make, constitute, and appoint the Class of 1951 the sole executor of this, our last Will and Testament. In Witness Whereof: we hereunto subscribe our name and affix our seal this eighth day of June in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and fifty. Witnesses: Class of l950 Carol Beam Arlene Frey Mary Lou Johnston Mary Ann Reinert D. was RT fm' fm Mos? Popuusk REED HERBST NICHOLS Keasnnza WHo'S Wa-so SELECTED ,TH E Ps? mgsf K1-EE LEER E5 Sxmuea EMQSE MOST R UB ERT HIGH LIGHTS IN OUR SCHOOL LIFE A scene from, "Star on the Trail," an assembly program presented by the llA English Class. The Sophomore Class presented "The Winter Whirl" on December 3, and a wonderful time was had by all. The most important dance for the girls is the "Sadie Hawkins Dance" which was held on Nov- ember l2. On November 8 and 9 the Senior Class struggled and concentrated on the lowa Test of Educational Development. Tinsel, bright balls and sparkling lights describe "The Yuletide Swing," which was held on December 22, by the Senior Class. Crowds swarm to the refreshment stand for a snack at the end ot the first quarter at Emmaus- Whitehall game. 70- JUNIOR PROM Dancing to the romantic strains of Bud Rader's Orchestra, April 22, l949, at the Americus Hotel, was immensely enioyed by everyone at the Junior Prom of the Class of l95O. The highlight of the evening was the crowning of the Prom Queen, Kathryn Kershner, who had as her attendants "Dot" Spieker, Joyce Stephen, "Dot" Gilbert and "Jill" Shelling. Left to Right-SEATED: K. Kershner. STANDING: D. Spieker, J Stephen, J. Shelling, D. Gilbert. Artiuitivn Gathering knowledge is only part of the story of high school lite. The other consists in learning how to live and how to get along with vpeople. Activities, the varied outgrowths of youthful minds, take care of this function. CLASS EDITORS: Stephens, Bauer, Wambold, Laudenslager. ADVISER: Mr. Frantz. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Nichols. YEARBOOK STAFF Editor-in-Chief .... .................. B ruce Nichols Associate Editors . . . . .Jacquelynn Hubert, Joan Moser, , John Singley Class Editors ..... Dorothy Bauer, Barbara Laudenslager, Joyce Stephen, Sharon Wambold Club Editors . . . ...... Norma Bieber, Dorothy Gilbert, Ruth Ramer, lrene Wurst Feature Editors ..... Carol Beam, Arlene Frey, Mary Lou Johnston, Mary Ann Reinert Sports Editors .... ..... B etty Lou Keller, Adele Kocher, Glenn Reed Photographer .... ............... P aul Siegfried Business Manager ...................... Bernice Lorish Advertising Managers. .Rita Ann Giering, Constance Herbst, Annabelle Kratzer, David Aten, Robert Hersh Circulation Manager ................. Sylvia Shoemaker Faculty Adviser .... .... P aul J. Frantz FEATURE EDITORS: Johnston, Reinert, Frey, Beam. CLUB EDITORS: Romer, Bieber, Gilbert. WUYST- ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Moser, Hubert, Singley. THE 1950 TATTLER ln this volume of THE TATTLER the staff and adviser have tried to emphasize those extra-curricular activities which contribute as much in their own way to the well- being and success of the students as the burning of the midnight oil. Using the best of yearbook models, we tried to edit an annual as beautiful and complete as our finances would permit. Twenty-seven seniors, under the guidance of Mr. Paul Frantz, have worked unfalteringly during study periods, after school and voluntarily discontinued other extra-curricalur activities in order to publish this mid- century edition of THE TATTLER. If by word and by picture we have created the spirit of the year nineteen hundred and fifty so that the happy hours spent here at Emmaus High will be preserved in our memories, then the purpose of the staff will have been achieved. ADVERTISING MANAGERS: Herbst, Kratzer, Giering, Aten, Hersh. 1-all SPORTS EDITORS: Kocher, Reed, Keller. CIRCULATION MANAGER: Shoemaker. PHOTOG RAPHER: Siegfried. BUSINESS MANAGER: Lorish .il --f ADVISER: Mr. Benfield. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: DeEsch. K Kershner, Faiulo, Shanaberger. HI JEFF NEWSPAPER STAFF PAGE EDITORS: Hilberg, Kemmerer, 7, f"ll CIRCULATION MANAGERS: Seeded-Gilberi, Moyer. Slanding-Moafz, Scssaman, Boyer. k.76..... REPORTERS-Left to right-FIRST ROW: Schwar, Hiembach, Schelly, Carter, Kline, Thompson, Kohler. SECOND ROW Heist, Yaeck, Walters, Miller, Stratz, Gardner. JOURNALISTS STRIVE T0 INFORM AND AMUSE The members of the Journalism Club see all, hear all, and tell all in the HI JEFF, which they publish eight times a year. They learn how to interview people, to collect news in the school community, to prepare it for publication, to ferret out the natural humor in the classes and share it with the rest of the school. Six editions consist of four pages and two others are six or eight pages. ln these is reflected school life, sports, social functions, and all the interesting events about school. Work on the newspaper undoubtedly affords the members of the club excellent opportunity to express themselves easily, briefly, and succinctly and to be at ease in the presence of important people of the community. Unfortunately, the young people have no regular time to meet but must snatch odd minutes, whenever possible, and finish the work after school hours. After two years of faithful and successful effort, the members are awarded a beautiful script school "E". Left to RightYBUSlNESS MANAGERS: Lichtenwalner, Skinner. CARTOONIST: Brosky. EXCHANGE EDITORS: Shelling, Schnellman. 1' . .. .S 1-LW.: qv 4. . J ' f H .- nj g1.,M-9- J : n J MMM' . ' A I V.,-,,. .k,, ., 'ffl ' "" 1 51. 5 . 'xg' wi i,L , 1 . I L . I 1' , , ' ' LL - I Q ia 4m ..h . 1 h 1 2,2 ' er W1 V .11 - Q, . .. .. QJQC mca 1 1 .., 5 . LZ. 1 1 . . 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Adelz mc.-chef. 3aCQ'1'1Y" T2 fy ies Hilbeffa W1 Da - 'fi g TW' Ticket ,Hart . Woodmw jv ...., 31 5 . 9 Ruben' me Coach and Eonszmciwn. Q K . J mVAV 1 Novmm-za 17, 18 AND 19' 1949 Fwdw Advismgggbzimbesign' NhwC1:iuio1visots. HB-WW Becker' l , J A M Schilaisebbera Gym Heckmaneemmmc Das. '71 , I Firms Lobb Mldred Straus, ' 7 ' I' 1 1 .J Moser 9 G R d u - ' . . . . ee . A 1 , V 8 1 1 A 2. J. Shunoberger 10. K. Brosky 'Commi?,,Lg11wman T 3. R. Sfouffer 1 1. R. A. Giering . -"HTF 1 4. 1. Wurst 12. D. Afen Q N2 S. 4 SE K In h 5. B. Nichols 13. M. L. Johnston '.. .fs ff C-3 .5 E. R K I 6. M. J. Moyer 14. R. Brown gf,-F ACT ' 1... 6 7. Mr. Schcaodf 15. R. Bartholomew ' SCENE I I ", A . 8. A. Schiffert 16. H.Fensfermcxker L ' About Eve in the ifte J Y 0 SCTNE 2- An h K moon on fi SU!!! ' J 1 jour and a hah' later mer s day. C9 - ' .. m"QCfer3 m 44' ACT 11 all order of the. 1 Scams I. Late f' H f'PPwmncaj .ja SCENE 2 a tern00n of the next da M 2 Q, 12 V Samfday moming tw Y' R. 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',"1RLBRos 5hciZ??nTiE3egfWiS Hrstgxk3odEhCidI:3sZ:eSU0C0ssfuJ comedies of th MARY FRANKLIN ge fwenfi Cofliss' bron1EL.,Q"-.,Bnucz Nzgm-,Z .if ' Of C' . Urge.-ab . e acted by George Abbogywfgsl Margh 17, 1943. :lime Biltmore BILL FRANKLIN Dx",'6f's Mogfg ' ' ' 'MARY LGU JO , and narmhstic Dvrtrait Of fi 1 settings by John Root staged and 1 A J ' ' ' ' ' ' V ' ' - J HNSTON V 5 Pfoblem f ' "VY life wa. . , ' 1 1 H DOROT Dem! ' ' ' I " " 50111 adolewence so Cgifdffll durjngy't1i'e ilruoeties of parents it HY PRINGLE ..., , 5 fame? ROBEU' BROWN 1 - enigma f Penod of tm . . 1 UN M-Q' 'Q ' , V 0 garbled gossip' V muon . 5 CLE GEORGE' . A . 1 P ' .1 vsds mother Rim ANN Gmane R L -. V V 1 RQBBRT PRJNGLE . ,... HARRY FBNSTER-MA A ..k Y, Q. ac S5 J? M ' - J . . ..,, .,'Ak I li' K Xml LY . . .ff I Mzidmigg farm. .... .. ..... Qplwm ATEN ...- .... , ','J 3 FRESHMAN MINSTREL Left to RightfORCHESTRA PIT: Plarr, Gardner, Fenstermaker, Brobst, Bartz, C. Rem, Mr. Peters lDirectorl Winzer, F. Fegley, Reichard, Findlay, Wetzel. FIRST ROW: Rollman, Kulp, Ziegler, Szupper, Muth, Amig, B. Fegley, Eck, Moyer, Reid, Clauser, Heimbach, Trautt, SECOND ROW: Deischer, Stoudt, Heist, Nester, Lisi, DeWalt, Siegfried, P. Miller, Druckenmiller, Lokez, Bastian, B. Treichler, Gehman, Wilfinger, L. Miller, P. Rems, Long, Snyder, Swavely, Kohler, Rice, Arnold, Houseknecht, Smoll, M. Miller, R. Reinhardt, Blank, Mitchell, Allender. THIRD ROW: R. Reinhardt, Althouse, Wagner, Herr, Knapp, Shafer, Young, Ziegler, Toth, Hunsicker, Wellington, Urffer, Lichtenwalner, Swank, Engleman, Knoll, Kressley, Sell, Schmeltzle, Deveraux Yaeck, Cocklin, Keller. FOURTH ROW: Yaukonis, Wetzel, Ritter, Menzel, Her- many, Greenbaum, C. Dreas, Pavanello, A. Hoffman, Howerter, B. Kressley, Kern, Dorney, M. Hoffman, Meyers, Yons, Stephen. FIFTH ROW: Williams, R. Treichler, G. Dreas, Buss, Thompson, Heyer, Reed, Sebring, Leiser. "FROSH" PRESENT GAY ENTERTAINMENT A new and different type of minstrel was presented by the Freshman Class on February ll and l2, under the direction of Mr. Errol K. Peters, who was aided by an able staff of upper classmen. The setting for the affair was a surrounding of pink and white clouds with a colorful sky as a backdrop, perfectly suited to the title of the show "Dreamers' Paradise." The boys and girls displayed their musical ability in both instru- mental and vocal solos, and group numbers of the latest tunes. No minstrel would have been complete without dancers, so several numbers were presented with a touch of dancing by Rebecca Keller, Bernice Deveraux, Barbara Cocklin, Marthaiane Clauser and Diane Yaeck, The wit and humor was supplied by the capable ends Ardyth Heimbach, Joyce Trautt, Richard Eck, and Dean Moyer. To top the whole affair a snappy master of ceremonies Leslie Blank chided with the ends, and introduced the numbers. ENDS-Heimbach, Moyer, Trautt, Eck DANCERS-Keller, Cocklin, Yaeck, Devereaux. MIXED VOICES HARMONIOUSLY BLENDED A very entertaining comic operetta "The Sunbonnet Girl", which was under the direction of Mr. Errol K. Peters, was presented by the largest musical organization of the high school, the mixed chorus, on March TO and ll in the Emmaus High School Auditorium. The show presented the hardships of an orphan Susan Clifton, the "Sunbonnet Girl", very ably portrayed by Joan Moser, who's guardians would not allow her to enter a singing contest. Her hero Bob Coleman, played by Frances Dreas, and several friends helped her in her difficulty and all ended happily. The dialogue of the show was under the direction of Mr. Albert Benfield. The chorus presented to the high school several delightful assembly programs throughout the year, and as usual participated in a very entertaining and delightful Spring Concert. CHORUS Left to Right-ORCHESTRA PIT: Plarr, Fretz, Deischer, Tamerler, L. Hilbert, Willenbecker, Kline, Mr. Peters lDirector,l Rems, Reichard, Kruse, Stauffer, Wetzel, Fegley, Reichard, Conrad. FIRST ROW: Klinger, Antler, Heyer, Urffer, Charles- worth, R. Rohrbach, Laudenslager, Schwar Readinger, Boyer, Clauser, Herbst, S. Miller, Gable, Findlay, Richards, L. Rohrbach, Wieder, M. Arnold. SECOND ROW: Ritter, Krasnansky, Kunkel, Hert- zog, Beam, Hubert, Winzer, Dries, Moser, S. Shoemaker, Fenstermaker, Flexer, Brobst, Smoyer, Berger, Braim. THIRD ROW: Adams, Krauss, Doney, Wotring, Greenbaum, M. Shoemaker, Hinkle, Hillegass, DeLong, Bieber, E. Frey, Lazor, Dries, Rauch, D. Sassaman, Marsteller, M. Smith, N. Butz, Aten, Wessner, Clewell, Cassel, Sachs, J. Arnold, Findlay, S. Giering, Heussman, J. Sassaman, D. Hilbert, Youkonis, Gardner, Stauffer, Anselm. FOURTH ROW: G. Smith, J. Miller, Eschenbach, Knauss, Haines, A. Frey, Moyer, Allmon, Schueck, D. Butz, Thompson, Readler, Funk, Schmaldinst, Henning, Schnellman, Kalmbach, Eglin, Hess, C. Bieber, Kern, Shirmaker, D. Hilbert, Reitnauer, McAuley, Shelly, L. Miller, Lichtenwalner, Heil. NOT PIC- TURED: Wambold, R. Giering. Left to RightvLEADS: Moser, Dreas. DANCERS: Boyer, Herbst, Readinger, Laudenslager, Schwar. s-80, l GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Lett to Right-FIRST ROW: Ritter lPianistl, Mr. Peters lDirectorl, lobst, Arnold, McFetridge, Willenbecker, Cassel Reitnauer, C. Bieber, Funk, Wessner, Schueck, Miller, Myers, Shoemaker, Shelly, Beam, Heiney, Hensinger, Findlay, Herman, Boyer. SECOND ROW: J. Bieber, Smith, Aten, Frey, Hess, Rems, Moser,.Sassaman, Hillegass, N. Butz, Schmaldinst, Hubert, Schnellman, Dries, D, Butz, Moyer, DeLong, Schmoyer. NOT PICTURED: Giering, Allmon, Kalmbach. MALE VOICES REVEAL MUSICAL TALENT Male voices in harmony are always popular and our Boys' Glee SONGSTRESSES EXPEL SWEET NOTES Supplying us with interesting and outstanding performances in assembly was only one accomplishment of the Girls' Glee Club. Among other functions was their active part in the annual operetta presented by the chorus and contributing their talent to the Spring Concert. The girls received valuable experience and much hidden talent was discovered. Club was no exception. Assembly programs which featured them were among the most popular of the year. The Spring Concert owed much of its success to their excellent performance. They also took part in the operetta sponsored by the Chorus. BOYS' GLEE CLUB Left to Right7FlRST ROW: Kline lPianistl, Mr. Peters lDirectorl, Arnold, Anselm, Hertzog, Miller, Wieder, Staufter Knauss, Charlesworth, Urtter, Richards, Antler. SECOND ROW: Mabus, Yeakel, Gardner, Findlay, Klinger, Brobst, R. Rohrbach, Fenstermaker, Winzer, Sicher, Adams, L. Rohrbach. CONCERT ORCHESTRA Left to RightfFlRST ROW: Deischer, Willenbecker, Brobst, Bortz, Millhouse, Johnston, Kline lPianistl, Mr. Peters lDirectorl, Gardner, Rohrbach, Leiser, Findlay. SECOND ROW: Fenstermaker, Fretz, Hoffman, Martin, Krasnansky, Plarr, Kressley, Wetzel, Stauffer, Fegely, Winzer. Missing: Flexer. SYMPHONY MUSIC FOR LISTENING Supporting our more formal entertainment is the Concert Orchestra which develops the talent of young musicians. Besides providing interesting and varied numbers in assembly programs and the annual Spring Concert, the orchestra also furnishes the accompaniment for the operetta. This organization also provided the fine music at Baccalaureate and Commencement Services. The members received excellent training for future performances. SWING AND SWAY THE EMMAUS WAY The goal of the Dance Orchestra was to please the student body by playing a varied selection of popular songs in assembly programs throughout the year. Their principal undertaking was helping to make the Freshman Minstrel, "Dreamers' Paradise," a great success. They also furnished good music for several school dances during the year. DANCE ORCHESTRA Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Kline lPianistl, Mr. Peters iDirectorl, Findlay, Leiser, Fenstermaker, Bortz, Gardner, SECOND ROW: Plarr, Wetzel, Fegely, Winzer. MONITOR CLUB Left to RightgFlRST ROW: Hersh lCaptainl, Reinhardt, Reinsmith, Diefen- derfer, Henning, Shoemaker, Carter, Spieker, Hilberg, Mr. Deischer lAdviserl. SECOND ROW: Miller, Fatula, Lauden- slager, Kershner lSecre-taryl, DeEsch, Moser, Keller, Gilbert, Liester. THlRD ROW: Hertzog llieutenanti, Schwartz, Richard Danner, Gable, Anselm, Doney, Schrantz, Stratz. FOURTH ROW: Fen- stermaker, Brown, Gehman, Rupp, Fenstermaker, Frey, Vlahovic. NOT PICTURED: Kocher, Baer, Funk, Lazor, Schnellman. Shelly. MONITORS GOVERN GENTLY BUT FIRMLY The members of the Monitor Club are our policemen who direct traffic in and about school. The Board of Judges, a branch of the Monitor Club, acts as a court on violations perpetrated on the premises of the high school. Pupils who break the laws of the school are reported to the Board by the Monitors and a sentence is pronounced upon them. STUDENT LEGISLATURE ISSUES RULINGS The ambition of the Student Council is to guide and to encourage self discipline of the students. To accomplish this the Council and Monitor Club has set up the Board of Judges which acts as a court on school violations. The Council furnishes lyceum programs, feature movies, and noontime dances. Their highlight of the year was the "New Year's Eve Dance," the first of its kind at E. H. S. STUDENT COUNCIL Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Hubert lSecretarYl, Giering, Stoudt, Fatula, Bastian, Moatz lTreasurerl, Heimbach, Bear. SECOND ROW: Small, lbach, Wessner, Eschenbach, Shoemaker, Walters, Blank. THlRD ROW: Frey, Batman, Decker, Reed lPresidentl, Ger- hart iVice Presidentl, Rodney Stauffer. FOURTH ROW: Oleksa, Frankenfield, Butz, Polster, Ronald Stauffer, Miller, Mr. Peters lAdviserl. NOT PICTURED: Beitler, Druckenmiller, Busher, Geisinger. -33... BAND Left to RightiFlRST ROW: Mr. Rothen- berg lDirectorl, Kauffman, Merkel, Gable Wieder, Fegley. SECOND ROW: Reppert, Millhouse, Tamerler, Sassaman, Flexer, Fretz, Martin, Stonebcck, Sachs. THIRD ROW: Reinhardt, Kruse, H. Fenstermaker, Kulp, Musser, Howerter, Bower, Brobst, R. Fenstermaker. FOURTH ROW: Krasnansky, L. Leiser, Binder, Rohrbach, Richards, Myers, Krick, H. Leiser. FIFTH ROW: Sicher, Reichard, Gardner, Treichler, Stettler, Hoffman, Bear, Moyer, D. Fenstermaker. NOT PICTURED: Anselm. COLOUR GUARDS Left to Right-KNEELING: Gilbert, Druckenmiller. STANDING: Wisser, Giering, Ritter, Butz. MAJORETTES Left to Right-KNEELING: Clauser. STANDING: Brey, Beam, Shiner, Gilbert, Reinert, Laudenslager. MUSICAL TREND SHOWN BY VIRTUOSOS Faithful and willing describes the members of our capable and neat appearing Band. Their pleasing and appropriate music could be heard at all football games and parades. The Band which has shown remarkable improvement under the guidance and leadership of Mr. Rothenberg presented a brilliant Band Concert on April 12 which was the result of long and continuous practicing and instruction during activity period and after school. COLOR AND POSTURE FILL THE EYE HONOR GUARDS DISPLAY COLOURS Well guarded and protected by six attractive and neat Colour Guards, our country and school flags were seen at many school activ- ities. The Colour Guards marching ability has proven an asset to the Band, with which they met to aid in perfecting their precision marching. Seven stunning Magorettes dressed neatly in white uniforms prance before the Band, wherever it parades. They twirl their batons as they strut with martial air adding color to the Band's appearance. These fine young ladies have spent many long and tiresome hours perfecting new steps and tricky baton twirling. LIBRARY CLUB Mantz. THEY COUNCIL GOOD READING The duties of the girls in the Library Club are designed to give each girl self-confidence and dependability. The girls assist the librarian during study periods by shelving, stamping, mending books and other library tasks. They begin as freshmen and after having accumulated lOO hours or l,OOO points they are entitled to a "Library E" letter. DRAMATICS CLUB Left to RightfFlRST ROW: Wagner, Cormier, Szupper, Heist, Cocklin, Dever- aux, Clauser, Nester. SECOND ROW: Kulp, Kemmerer, Amig, Houseknecht, Clewell lPresidenfl, Lisi, Brosky. THlRD ROW: Sfoudt lTreasurerl, Smith, C. Arnold, S. Giering, Sachs, Treichler, Reinhard. FOURTH ROW: M. Arnold, R. Giering, lVice Presidentl, Mr. Schaadt lAdviserl, Kohler lSecrefaryl, Aten. JUNIOR ACTORS DISPLAY TALENT The Dramatics Club has shown its ability to get things done. lt has gone to New York to see a broadway production. lt has enacted a one-act play in assembly, and has had interesting demonstrations on the selecting and correctly applying the various types of make- up. Left to RightfThompson, DeLong, Mrs. Hinkle lAdviserl, Carter, Knapp, Hoffman, Heimbach lTreasurerl, Reitnauer, Trautt, Bieber, Reinhardt, Yaeck, Fisher, Wessner, Schwar, Readinger, Smith lSecretaryl, Miller, Kline, Shelly lVice Presidentl, Boyer, Diefenderter, Reinsmith lPresidentl, Reinhard. NOT PICTURED: Swavely, ARTS AND CRAFTS CLUB Left to RightfSEATED: Sell, Schiffert, Schmoyer, Gower, Ziegler, Haines. STANDING: Cassel lPresidentl, Young, Wurst lTreasurerl, Stephens, Miss Miller lAdviseri. NOT PICTURED: Kohler iVice Presiclentl. PHOTO FANS EXPAND KNOWLEDGE The Photography Club's main obiective was for its members to improve the use of their cameras and produce good pictures. Club periods were devoted to group discussions, the taking of pictures and the showing of illustrated films on photography. This club serves as a training ground for the yearbook photographers. TALENT IN ART BROUGHT FORTH Much artistic ability was brought torth in the Arts and Crafts Club. A club of all girls, they found a great deal of pleasure in painting Pennsylvania Dutch designs on black pie tins and the making of stencils to design lap boards and cotton fabrics. Ceramics were also added to the program this year. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Left to Right--4FlRST ROW: Hubert lsecretary-Treusurerl, Meyers, Siegfried iPresidentl, Radler, Spencer, Mr. Frantz lAdviserl. SECOND ROW: Moyer, Frey, Cressman, Stauffer. ' . ec ,:. WILLING HANDS WORK FOR THE SICK Here are the girls who are especially interested in health and nursing the sick. The girls are taught the care of sick people, the bathing and care of a baby and the fundamentals of first aid. These girls aid the hospitals greatly by sewing linens The Home Nursing Club consists of twenty-five girls who will profit by the knowledge they received in this club in future years, in their homes or in the field of nursing. GIRL RESERVES Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Smoyer, Amig, Hilbert, Hersh, DeLong, Rems, Rollman, Dries, Swank. SECOND ROW: Bastian, Lucille Miller, Shoemaker lSecre- taryi, Marks, Mohr, Kratzer, Althouse, Stichter. THIRD ROW: Sassaman, Wambold, Funk lVice Presidentl, Berger, Shiner, Fromm, Leonore Miller, Oswald. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Moyer lAdviserl, Heussman, Diehl, Haines, Knauss lPresi- dentl, Schmaldinst, Schnellman, Reinhard, Kichline. NOT PICTURED: Beltz, Fritz lTreasureri, Schultz. HOME NURSING CLUB Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Wiltinger, Hilbert, Marsteller, Myers, lTreasureri, Hensinger lPresidenti, Heiney lSecretaryl, Hinkle. SECOND ROW: Eglin, Druck- enmiller, George, Swavely, Snyder, DeWalt, Kern, Miss Graver lAdviseri. THIRD ROW: Rems, Renninger, Keller, Iobst, Dorney, Yocum, Miller. NOT PICTURED: Kalmbazh, Pierog, Schir- macher. ff GIRLS UNITE IN CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP "As a Girl Reserve, I will try to be gracious in manner, impartial in iudgment, ready for service, and loyal to friends". This excerpt from the code of the Girl Reserves tells in a few words the high standard that they strive to maintain in their daily life. This club has for its purpose, the upholding of fine Christian character and is affiliated with the Y. W. C. A. is zsnemwmwmau3m..w.mi..l-.meltsessfsmwsesimg..,Wrmw-iz-,Lem.f.wemi--,,.e..e.sn.1.ase...L,,e.e...1We.s.w.Www..-..,...... nf.. N NATURE CLUB Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Mr. Becker lAdviserl, Whitenight, Kuhns, McFetridge, Butz, Youkonis, Stauffer. SECOND ROW: Brown, Sebring, Kozak, Miller, Knauss, Miller, Bolich lSecretaryl. THIRD ROW: Hersh lPresidentl, Singley lVice Presidentl, Cope, Batman, Letterhouse lTreasurerl, Buchen, Greiss. NOT PICTURED: Benfield. NATURE STUDIED BY STUDENTS The Nature Club was formed for the purpose of studying the habits and characteristics of reptiles, mammals, birds, and other things in nature. Many enioyable hours were spent on field trips, wondering at the marvels of wild life. Some of the club periods were spent in studying specimens that were brought by members. LUNCHES PREPARED BY ENERGETIC GIRLS Amidst the clatter of dishes and savory smells of good food were the hard-working, smiling girls who prepared and served the tasty, wholesome school lunches. ln addition to gaining valuable experience in serving meals, they also learned the use of the latest modern equip- ment in the kitchen. CAFETERIA CLUB Left to Right: Bieber, Hilbert, Miss Guildin lAdviserl, Hennemuth, Moyer, Berger, Allmon, Frey, Bauer, Fegley, Beaky, Bachman, Hunsicker. NOT PIC- TURED: Ramer, Walters, DeLong, Lorish. WILDLIFE PROTECTED BY ENTHUSIASTS These students of the Conservation and Wildlife Club have estab- lished as their purpose the conservation of wildlife and natural re- sources. A trip which was made to the Zoological Gardens and Museum of Natural History helped them to understand the relationship of living things to their environment. A reforestation program, followed by an outing, was held in spring by the group. Part of the popularity of this club was due to the trip to Philadelphia for which they were excused from school. The group was divided into two clubs under the guidance of Mr. Baer and Mr. Burger. CONSERVATION AND I WILDLIFE CLUB Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Herman ISecretarYl, C. Millhouse, Jane Sell, Brown, P. Millhouse, Joan Sell, Snyder. SECOND ROW: Brinker, Miller, D. Wendling, Urffer, Hensinger, Oswald, Lohrman, R. Moyer. THIRD ROW: Reifinger, P. Wendling, Berger, Butz, Fenstermaker, Hillegass, Geist, Rinker. I FOURTH ROW: Stortz IPresidentI, Ger- I hart Ivi:ePresidenr1, Anselm, WiIt,, Stofflet, Hildebeidel, R. Wieder, Warm- kessel ITreasurerl. FIFTH ROW: J. Wieder, Hilbert, Bauman, Christman, Klinger, Marsh, Mr. Baer IAdviserl. NOT PICTURED: Beitler, Derr, Green- baum, Long, D. Moyer. CONSERVATION AND WILDLIFE CLUB Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Eck, Stahl, Buchecker, Boyer, Kerchner, Stichter, Smith, Mr. Burger IAdviserl. SECOND ROW: Fry, Roth, Ibach, Stoudt, Bortz, Huber, Adams. THIRD ROW: Volk, Markle, Heist, Neiss ISecretarYl, Lorish, Kuncio, Rohrbach, Andrews IPresidentl. FOURTH ROW: Oleksa, Labenberg, Butz, Miller ITreasurerI, Reppert, Schwartz Gordon IVice Presidenfl, Eltz. NOT PICTURED: Fritz, Vargo, Strauss. INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Mohr, Mr. Weber lAclviserI, Dries, McNair, Mitchell, L. Miller, Engleman, McAuley, Elliott IPresidentI, Kuzma, Walters, Blank. SECOND ROW: Althouse, Rahn, Remaley, Reed, Mr. Heckman IAdviserI. NOT PICTURED: Bieber lSecretary-Treasurerl. LETTERWINNERS UNIT The Varsity "E" Club had a well filled year, selling gym suits and t "N-uv..-.K Y Q CRAFTSMEN DEVELOP ARTISTIC TRAITS Among the many arts in this club, leathercraft and woodworking are the most popular with both boys and girls. Handkerchief, iewelry boxes and lamps are made by the group in woodworking while the leather-crafters are designing wallets, key cases and coin purses. E IN "E" CLUB gloves besides sponsoring the Varsity-Faculty game and the dances after Friday night basketball games. Discussions at meetings centered about athletics, and at several meetings they were shown movies on past E. H. S. ball games. Letterwinners who ioined this club were given sweaters. VARSITY "E" CLUB Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Brown IPresidentl, Gilbert, Stephens, Skinner, Kunkel, Hilberg, Keller ISecretaryI, Laud- enslager, Mr. Deischer IAdviserl. SEC- OND ROW: Pierog, Yeakel, Reinhardt, Hertzog, Trump, Smith, Nicholas, Stoudt. THIRD ROW: Stratz, Ondrovic, Markle, Wolford, Fenstermaker, Reed, Wood- ring. FOURTH ROW: Charlesworth, Miller, Houseknecht, Bittenbender, Keeler lVice Presidentl, Nichols, Muth, Kemmerer. FIFTH ROW: Aten, Diehl, Shanaberger, Schaffer, Eyer, Genovese. NOT PIC- TURED: Allmon, Kocher, Herbst lTreas- urerl. SCABBARD AND BLADE CLUB Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Rupp, Fenstermaker, Dickinson, Geist, Brosky iPresidentl, Schrantz, Ritter, Hoffman, Butz. SECOND ROW: Mr. Lobb fAdviserl, Gehman, Mory, Dundore, Himmelberger, Frankenfield IVice Presi- dentl, K. Miller lSecretary-Treasurerl, Wieder, Rabenold, Weaver. THIRD ROW: Diehl, Reiss, R. Miller, Vlahovic, Eck, Danner, Sell, Romonchuk, Oswald. NOT PICTURED: Measler. MILITARY LIFE INTERESTS STUDENTS Because of the tension in world affairs and the increasing accept- ance of military life as a worthwhile profession a group of interested students organized this Club. Club activities covered a broad field with emphasis placed upon basic instruction in military courtesy and discipline, dismounted drill, and organization of the Armed Forces. CHESS AND CHECKERS CLUB Left to Right-STANDING: Menzel, D. Moyer, Howerter, Williams, Knauss, Mintz, Hoffman, B. Moyer, Doney, N. Polster, Hamscher, Mr. Ortt lAdviserl. SEATED: Ritter, Wieder, Schwartz IPresidentl, C. Wieder, Hubbard, B. Polster, Fegely, L. Shoemaker, Henning, M. Shoemaker ISecretary-Treasurerl, Thompson, Greenbaum, Mohr, Stauffer, Small, Stoudt, IVice Presidentl, Leister. ANCIENT GAMES CREATE INTEREST The games of chess and checkers have effectively taught sports- manship, as well as providing an exciting pastime for the club members. Tournaments are sponsored from time to time, beginning at the start of the year. To play chess and checkers, a player must possess the qualities of deep concentration and must be able to think quickly. GIRLS' HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB Left fo RightaFlRST ROW: Miss Kenderdine, lAdviseri, lobst, Conrad, Gross, Davis, Moyer, Beam lTreasureri. SECOND ROW: David, Eschenbach, Laudenslager, Ritter, Gilbert, Sassaman. THIRD ROW: Butz, Bieber lSecretaryi, Bauer, Reinert, Nesler, Lorish lPresidenti. NOT PICTURED: Koze lVice Presidenti, Schirmacher, Oswald, Miller, Marsh, Long, Lichtenwalner, Leibert, Lazor, Kohler, Gilbert, Baer. GYM EXHIBITIONISTS SHOW DEXTERITY The Boys Health and Physical Education Club is sponsored for the purpose of acquiring coordination, balance and mobility of the body. These boys were kept busy during club periods practicing tumbling, gymnastics and calisthenics. After mastering these features, the boys displayed them at the annual Gym Exhibition in spring. AGILITY DISPLAYED BY GYMNASTS The acquiring of coordination, poise, and balance was the obiec- tive of the Girls' Health and Physical Education Club. In accomplishing these, they practiced calisthenics, tumbling, tap-dancing, and working on the gym equipment. The group displayed their accomplishments in the annual Gym Exhibition which was held in spring. BOYS HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB Left to RightaFIRST ROW: Sicher, Gable, Danner, Antler, Hamscher, Albitz. SECOND ROW: Mutchler, Laudenslager, Wetherhold, Arndt, Kauffman. THIRD ROW: Schaeffer, Rothermel, Schisler, Mr. Tuttle IAdviseri. CLEVER GIRLS WIELD BUSY NEEDLES Due to the popular trend in knitting this year two clubs were again formed, one under the leadership of Miss Hauser for the purpose of teaching beginners to knit and one which was led by Mrs. Slack to increase the knowledge of experienced knitters. Among the many articles produced by the more experienced girls were sweaters, scarves, mittens, ties and argyle socks-most of the articles were for the girls' own use. Other activities included embroidering, Crocheting and, of course, talking over the "news" of the day. KNITTING CLUB Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Mrs. Slack IAdviserI, Urffer, Herr, Achenbach, Stauffer, Moatz, Rauch, Spieker. SECOND ROW: Richards, Raedler, Feg- ley, Fehnel IVice Presidentl, Wotring, Oswald, Kauffman, THIRD ROW: Shell- ing, Eisenhower, Hertzog, Wimmer, Siegfried, Krause. FOURTH ROW: Engler, Wieder, Keller, Grimm, Drucken- miller, Wendling. KNITTING CLUB left to RightfFlRST ROW: Miss Hauser IAdviserI, Heist, Toth, Lichtenwalner, Miller, Frederick, Kershner IPresidentI. ' SECOND ROW: Sell, Stoneback, Kress- ley, Evans, Lokez, Merkle, Bastian. THIRD ROW: Schueck, Siegfried, Geno- vese, Fatula, ITreasurerI, DeEsch ISecre- taryi. L94, TYPING CLUB SEATEDfFlRST ROW: Shafer, Ziegler, Rice, Newhard, Moyer lVice Presidenfl. SECOND ROW: Muth, Shantz, Miller, Ackerman, Braim. THIRD ROW: Lichtenwalner, Gehman, Reifinger, Hille- gass, Weil, Moser. Left to Rights STANDING: Miss Strauss lAdviserl, Findlay, Leibert, Knoll lTreasurerl, Henne- muth, Ramer lPresidentl, Hunsicker, Engle- mon, Kern, Spencer, Druckenmiller, Bohus, Ycnochko. NOT PICTURED: Stauffer lSecretaryl, Hess, Heil. KEYBOARD ENTHUSIASTS STUDY TYPING The Typing Club was organized for the purpose of teaching the basic fundamentals of typing to those students who did not have the opportunity to take a course in typing. Learning the keyboard, and other elementary principles of typing were the objectives of this club. I ACTIVITIES CALENDAR SENIOR CLASS PLAY-November I7, l8, 19 FRESHMAN MINSTREL--February IO, ll. HIGH SCHOOL OPERETTA-March lO, ll. BAND CONCERT-April I4. MUSIC CLUBS CONCERT-May l2. Swartz Sports activities soared to glorious heights in 1949-50. Clad in the traditional Green and Gold, the Hornets made their presence known to all competition in the Lehigh Valley. The familiar cry of "Let's Go Hornets" pervaded sports locales, as Emmaus High teams racked up inspiring victories. Cheerleaders in Action Left to Right-Reinhard, Reinsmith, Koze, Skinner, Herbst, Kocher. CHEERLEADERS ADD ZIP T0 GAMES This year's cheerleading squad under the supervision of Miss Kenderdine, took part in all football and basketball activities. ln football they led the students in pep meetings and our Booster Day bonfire. Besides all this they kept spirits high at games with their peppy cheering. Keeping right at work, these lassies in practice periods, thought up many tricky cheers and new motions to old cheers so as to be in tip top shape for the basketball season. When the basketball season arrived, our cheerleaders were all ready, not only with new and better cheers but also new blouses of bright yellow with peter pan collars and little chenille green and gold megaphones which were sewed on the back of their ierkins. The senior cheerleaders are "Connie" Herbst, Adele Kocher and Jean Skinner. Juniors are Janet Koze, Jeanette Reinhard and Ann Reinsmith. ,.93... Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Mr. Albert Deischer lAssistant Coachl, Mr. William Lobb lCoachl, Yeakle, Schaeffer, Aten, Diehl, Kemmerer, Brown, Trump, Nichols. SECOND ROW: Mr. Walter Hauser lAssistant Coachl, Woodring, Wetherhold, Nicholas, E. Smith, Stoudt, Pierog, Hertzog, Markle. THIRD ROW: Ondrovic, Miller, B. Smith, Eck, Hamscher, Vlahovic, Fenstermaker, Bauman, Bittenbender. FOURTH ROW: Polster, Hildebeidel, Hillegass, Gehman, Andrews, Greiss, Wieder, Weaver, Mutchler. FIFTH ROW: Heyer, Stratz, Muth, Mabus, Huber, Hilbert, Kerchner. NOT PICTURED: Gerhart. FOOTBALL SQUAD COMPILES ANOTHER FINE RECORD To the many football fans of Emmaus it looked like a dreary season of football. ln the '48-'49 season they had seen a team bring in an excellent record of seven wins and three losses and placing third in the Lehigh Valley League. Little did they expect to see a team of equal calibre take to the gridiron and compile the same won-and-lost record, while taking second place in the league. To the team itself it was a challenge to show that this year's team would be the equal to any team turned out at Emmaus. Under the tutelage of Coach "Luke" Lobb, they were molded into a smooth cohesive unit that scored 111 points and held their opponents to 69 points. The team was held together by a nucleus of thirteen returning lettermen. The season was opened on September 17 on the home field and Muhlenberg Township contin- ued its policy of ruining Emmaus' opening game by taking them 6-O. The Hornets traveled to Stroudsburg and chalked up a 7-O win in a game which was marked by wonderful teamplay. For the first time in the past couple years we were confident of downing a Northampton team that has dominated us for so many years, but fate willed otherwise and we lost 25-13. Away again, we returned to the right side of the ledger with a 13-6 victory at Slatington and followed this win the following Saturday with our first triumph at home, a 19-6 victory over a small Catasauqua team. The next Saturday, a tough one was won in the rain and mud at Lehighton. A Booster Day victory, 14-O, was registered at the expense of Palmerton on our home grounds, and at Nazareth the team ran their victory skein to five straight games with a 19-7 triumph. This, A H" 5 ' I I Palmerton player stopped after short gain. without any doubt, was their finest game of the season. We feel, had they played this well through all the games, it would have meant our first undefeated season. A scrappy East Greenville team didn't give in until the last quarter as the homefolk saw some more fine football. We left the field with a hard-earned 13-0 victory. Bittenbender gaining yardage in Turkey Day Classic. Brown breaking up Palmerton end sweep. Finally on Turkey Day, the magnificent 6 game winning streak was snapped by an aggres- sive Whitehall team. They turned in a 19-6 victory. lt was all Whitehall that day, but who will ever forget "Mike" Brown scoring his only touchdown during his high school career on a beautiful end-around play. Emmaus tacklers move in for kill during Booster Day victory. -100- Varsity Players Who Completed Football Career- Eighteen members of the varsity squad were lost this year, sixteen through graduation and two through eligibility rules. They are left to right: Aten, Diehl, Schaeffer, Kemmerer, Brown, Yeakel, Woodring, Nichols, Trump, Markle, E. Smith, Nicholas, Hertzog, Fenstermaker, Pierog, Wetherhold, Vlahovic, Stoudt. Trophy Winners of the '49- '5O Season-D. Miller, winner of the Dr. F. R. Lichtenwalner Trophy for being the most im- proved player, R. Brown, winner of the Mary Deischer Senior Award Trophy as being the outstanding player during his high school career, D. Trump, winner of the football as the best player in the Booster Day Game. Co-captains E. Smith and R. Brown. E.H.S. O 7 13 13 19 7 14 19 13 6 -101- SCHEDULE OPP Muhlenberg Township. . . . . 6 Stroudsburg .......... . . O Northampton ....... . . 25 Slatington .... . . 6 Catasauqua .... . . 6 Lehighton .... . . O Palmerton ...... . . O Nazareth ....... . . 7 East Greenville .... . . O Whitehall ...... . . 19 Left to Right-SEATED: Wolford, Shanaberger, Eyer, iCaptainl, Genovese, Kemmerer. STANDING: Coach Leon Tuttle, Hamscher, Reinhardt, Brown, Letterhouse, Reed lSenior Student Managerl. NOT PICTURED: Miller. LACK OF EXPERIENCE HANDICAPS CAGE SQUAD Coach Leon Tuttle had iust two returning varisty letter-winners to begin the '49-'50 basketball season. Again, they had the difficult task of matching a most enviable record, but didn't quite equal it by compiling a record of eight wins and thirteen losses. Lacking in scoring punch, they more than made up for it by displaying teamwork on the Emmaus hardwoods that hasn't been matched during the past few years. They played nine pre-league games and won three, placing wins over Coopersburg, Boyertown, and Nazareth. They dropped games to Reading in which, at one time, they were close to pulling away from the Knights, a two point loss to Coopers- Tight action in the Northampton game. burg, and losses to Central Catholic and a fine Alumni team. The League season opened at home with Catasauqua walking away with the game. Then, led by "Charley" Eyer, who scored sixty-two points in the next three games, they swept exciting victories over Lehighton, Northampton and Strouds- burg. The string of victories was broken in a slow moving game which saw Whitehall triumph. Then followed a victory at Slatington, which marked their last victory for many games to follow. The team closed first-half league competition by bow- ing to Palmerton, which forced Emmaus in a third place tie with Palmerton. Thwarting of a Slatington out-of-bounds play. -'lO2- Catasauqua defeated us at Lehighton. Opening the second-half of our schedule, , the league's eventual titlist, again . The string of losses was run to three Returning home, Northampton squeak- ed out a close win. On the road again, Stroudsburg took revenge for their earlier defeat by us, and on the Rockne Hall floor, Whitehall ran the string to six straight losses. The boys garnered their last victory of the season at the expense of Slatington. The regular season was closed at home with the Palmerton aggregation again defeating us. For the second consecutive year, we placed a man on the Lehigh Valley League All-Star Team in the person of "Charley" Eyer. He also took second place league scoring honors and tossed in one hundred fourteen field goals and sixty-eight foul shots for two hundred ninety-six points for the season. The boys donned the Varsity whites for the last time on February 24 when they engaged in a game with the Faculty, where nothing was fair and all had a fine time. Everyone left happily as the Faculty squeezed a 4l-40 victory from the scorekeepers. E. H. S. SCHEDULE OPP. 39 Coopersburg . . . . 37 32 Reading ....... . 47 3l Coopersburg .... . 33 37 Central Catholic. . . . 53 48 Boyertown ..... . 43 57 Nazareth .... . 42 27 Alumni ........ . 37 44 fCatasauqua .... . 65 65 'l'Lehighton ..... . 62 56 "iNorthampton. . . . 5l 52 TStroudsburg .... . 50 32 i'Whitehall ..... . 45 45 iSlatington .... . 42 50 l'Palmerton .... . 6l 40 "iCatasauqua .... . 65 47 TLehighton ..... . 58 46 :l'Northampton . . . . 50 39 :iStroudsburg .... . 47 44 TWhitehall ..... . 58 57 TSlatington .... . 52 63 TPalmerton ................ 68 ii Lehigh Valley League Games -103- TOP: A lull in the Varsity-Faculty game BOTTOM: Team taking a well-earned rest during a time-out. Trophy Winners of '49-'50 Court Season -D. Miller, winner of the Mr. and Mrs. Allen Leipensberger Trophy for being the most improved player, C. Eyer, captain and winner of the foul-shooting trophy, and R. Hamscher, winner of the assist trophy. Left to Right: Jasper lStudent Managerl, Charlesworth, Adams, Houseknecht, Hoffman, Rahn, Mr. Hauser lCoachl, Andrews, Moyer, Wieder, B, Polster, Knauss, Fegely lStudent Managerl, NOT PICTURED: Pavanello, N. Polster. BABY HORNETS GROOM FOR FUTURE YEARS Teams which are expected to produce material for varsities of succeeding years are the Junior Varsities. Composed usually of freshmen and sophomores, these teams develop coordination and the art of handling the ball, also providing good opposition for varsity at practice sessions. The Junior basketeers did well in independent games winning four of the first six games played, however they were not as successful against taller and more experienced league teams. The highlight of the season was a well earned victory over a powerful Reading J. V. team. Engaging in twenty contests which were pre- liminary games to varsity games, the Baby Hornets came through with eight wins 'and twelve losses. Playing under the guidance of their new coach, Mr. Hauser, these boys should prove to be good prospects for future varsity teams. E.H.S. SCHEDULE OPP. Knauss No. 5l and Pavanello No. Mr. Hauser giving instructions 29 Coopersburg . . 3l 4l iump for rebound with Wieder at half-time. 39 Reading ...... 38 No. 42 on the alert. 46 Coopersburg . . 29 g 2l Central Catholic ..... 53 41 Boyertown .... 34 52 Nazareth .... 26 38 Catasauqua . . . 47 35 Lehighton ..... 33 58 Northampton . . 66 48 Stroudsburg . . . 27 43 Whitehall .... 47 4l Slatington .... 25 37 Palmerton .... 45 29 Catasauqua . . . 49 26 Lehighton ..... 40 40 Northampton . . 5l 28 Stroudsburg . . . 35 29 Whitehall .... 44 49 Slatington .... 63 4l Palmerton ..... 40 -104 -- Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Spieker, Fisher, Lichtenwalner, B. Keller iCo-captainl, Kunkel iCo-captainl, Henning, Reinsmith, Johnston. SECOND ROW: Gilbert lStudent Managerl, Kohler iStudent Managerl, Boyer, Kline, Shelling, Wessner, Pierog, Ritter, Sachs, Cassel, N. Keller iStudent Managerl, Miss Kenderdine iCoachl. GIRLS WIN UNOFFICIAL TITLE FOR FOURTH YEAR For the fourth consecutive year the girls l949-50 basketball team established a very im- pressive record. Playing under the guidance of their new coach, Miss Barbara Kenderdine, the fighting lasses were victorious in eleven games, and beaten in only two games, the Alumni and Central Catholic High School. Starting practices early in the fall, the girls went through strenuous workouts to achieve a winning team. Through perfect coordination and the will to win, the lassies came through scoring a total of 529 points to their opponents' total of 329 points. The girls won the unofficial League Championship for the fourth consecutive year by winning all their league games. The team will suffer the loss of co-captains Betty Lou Keller and Anna Kunkel. Other seniors lost through graduation are Mary Lou Johnston, Dolores Ritter, Maralyn Shelling, Dorothy Spieker, and senior student manager Betty Jane Gilbert. Graduates-Standing: Gilbert, Johnston, Ritter, Keller. Kneeling: Co-captains Kunkel and Keller. E-His. SCHEDULE OPP' Kunkel, Spieker, Shelling, 36 Coopersburg . . 29 39 Coopersburg . . 31 l9 Alumni ....... 28 37 Catasauqua . . . 3l 42 Central Catholic 30 42 Whitehall ..... 29 66 Slatington .... l 4 48 Palmerton ..... 43 39 Catasauqua . . . 36 36 Central Catholic 38 26 Whitehall ....... . 24 53 Slatington .... 22 46 Palmerton .... 37 - -105- Left to Right-FIRST ROW: Houseknecht, Hamscher, Polster, Miller, Yeakel, Smith, Bauman, Trump, Stichter. SECOND ROW: Mr. Tuttle lCoachl, Romanchuk, Wolford, Eyer, Andrews, Bortz, Gerhart, Kemmerer lSenior Managerl. THIRD ROW: STUDENT MANAGERS: C. Wieder, J. Wieder, Mutchler, Huber. TRACK AND BASEBALL HIGHLIGHT SPRING SPORTS The trend of rebuilding in sports continued in track and baseball, the same as in football and basketball. Following last year's League Championships in both sports by teams that were composed mainly of seniors, it was difficult to know what to expect in track and baseball in the 1949-50 season, since the baseball team was blessed with only two returning lettermen and the track team with seven. Nevertheless, despite these handi- caps, we felt certain that the teams would compile records of which our school could be proud. The track and baseball teams each boasted of one four-year man. "Mike" Brown completed his fourth year of participation in track events, as did Donald Trump in baseball. The baseball schedule included games with Central Catholic, Catasauqua, Slatington, Coopers- burg, Palmerton, Lehighton, Whitehall, Stroudsburg and Northampton, while the trackmen had meets with Quakertown, Bethlehem, Allentown, White- hall, Northampton, Palmerton and Lehighton. We regret that, due to the early deadline which the copy for this yearbook had to meet, we were unable to present you with a complete coverage of these two featured spring sports. Left to RightfFlRST ROW: Woodring, L. Weaver, Markle, Diehl, R. Brown, Pierog, Charlesworth, Gable, B. Smith. SECOND ROW1 Hersh lStudent Managerl, Batman, Mory, Wetherhold, Stoudt, Gehman, Bittenbender, Ondrovic, Warmkessel, Vlahovic, Kerchner lStudent Managerl. THIRD ROW: Mr. Lobb lCoachl, Marsh, Eck, H. Fenstermaker, R. Fenstermaker, Krasnansky, W. Brown, Klinger, Ladenberg, Niess, Stratz lStudent Managerl. FOURTH ROW: Rinker, Vargo, Polster, Remaley, Stofflet, Miller, Sell, Butz, R. Weaver .i x Left to Right-FIRST ROW: E. Richards, Hilberg, B. Miller, Gilbert, Clauser, Allmon, Butz, Boyer, Lorish. SECOND ROW: Wetherhold, Gable Slcher, Nicholas, Smith, Bittenbender, Hoffman, Decker, Hertzog. THIRD ROW: D. Richards, Hamscher, Danner, Rohrbach, Knauss Youkonis, M. Miller, Antler. GYMNASTS THRILL AUDIENCES The annual Gym Exhibition was presented on March 30 and 3l in our local gymnasium by the Boys and Girls Gym Teams. These teams are made up of freshmen, sophomores, iunlors and seniors. The girls team, under the training of Miss Kenderdine, provided entertainment with their tumbling, dancing and roller skating. After many tiring hours of practice these girls had gained the skill and grace that it takes to make an excellent show. The boys also added zip to the show by their tumbling acts and performances on the horse. There were also relays and, to thrill the crowd, drills on the spring board and parallel bars. These boys were coached by Mr. Tuttle. Persons who had been on the team for two years and had been in at least two activities each year received a green and gold letter in recog- nition of their services. Danner doing handstand S 107 - Lorish and Hilberg practicing the Back-Angel 2-Xhnertisvmvniz A vote of thanks is due the friendly merchants of Emmaus and neighboring communities whose paid ads helped greatly to defray the cost of this yearbook. Students who patronize these establishments are sure to be well satisfied. LEHIGH YALLEY,S LEADING SPORT SHOP Y T zfzefer-Jones ompvmy 923 HABIILTON STREET ALLENTONVN, PA. Phone Q-2780 B 8: H RESTAURANT STORTZ 8: EISENHARD FRIGIDAIRE 'Q "Over 11 lfillion In Useu ABC and Automatic Yvashers 313 AIAIN STREET EMMAUS, PA. 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Feather Y Plumbing 81 Heating 3 GABLE'S SNACK BAR l+'0UN'l'AIN SERVICE E STAT xc -XVENL 14: EMMAUS, Good Things To Eat II0'rv01N'r I IOM E JXPI'LI.-X News 'E P x Telephone Q50 THIRD XND NIAIN EMMAUS, 1 -130- J The Emmaus Pajama Co RIDCLE STREET K KEYSTONE AVENUE 'S 'fongratlllates the Emmaus High School Graduzliaes and wishes them every Successf, 131 - Cpl f The Morning Call Evening Chronicle Sunday Call-Chroniele K d FRED SCHULTZ HOTPOINT - CROSLEY -- PHILCO APPLIANCES MOTOROLA f EMERSON S- PHILCO TELEVISION Sales and Service Shimersville Phone Emmaus 635-R-2 Open Evenings M AGAZIN ES G REICTING CARDS MOHR'S CUT RATE 36 WEST MAIN STREET MACUNGIE, PA. 'KOur Own Ice Cream" Phone Ennnaus 9000-B Tiny Tot Shoppe 548 Chestnut St. Emmaus, Pa. Phone 534-RI "Apparel and Accessories from Stork to School" VOIIIIJTIIIICIIIS oi' Wieand 81 Co. 3 Kuhns 81 Shankweiler The lIan's Store Sm'14:NT11 AND HAMu,Tox Ar,1,lcN'rowN, PA. Y YOUNG MEN'S SMARTLY STYLED CLOTHING AND HABERDASHERY 31331 lauser's arket MEATS : GROCERIES :PRODUCE Distributor of LEHIGH VALLEY DAIRY PRODUCTS 3 103 N. SEVENTH STREET PHONE 150 EMMAUS, PA. Kemmerer The Paper Company STEAK HOUSE XYHOLESALE Steaks - Ielanllnlrgers SCHOOL SUPPLIES Hot DOGS 3 'E Give us an Call amd we will have them ready to take out 3554557 l'IAMIL'l'ON STREET TXLLENT OWN, PA. PHONE 287-R +134- For the Best in Resilient Floor Covering Armstrong and Nairn Linoleum Rubber-Asphalt, Cork and liurtile Hardwick-lllagee Co., Carpeting. Floors to meet your flooring requirements, whether hard surface of correctly styled carpeting. 'E Insured Y 27 Years experience - Fully Equipped I'uoNlc IXLLENTOXVN 56-1281 on CALL OWEN M. BA TIA Lehigh Valley Original Linoleum Contractor rllREXLERTOWN, PA. Jl7Nc'r1oN ROUTES 222 AND 100 1135? Peaches and Apples W HOLES XLT' AND RE 1 XII 3 PENNEBACKERS ORCHARDS ROUTES Q9 - 100 B 7 LLE AND HEREFORIJ RAY F. KRAUSE Groceries - Ice Cream 3 515 CHESTNUT STREET EMMAUS, PA. Phone 133-BI E. B. SCHULTZ HARDWARE PAINTS, OILS, ETC. 'S MACUN GIE, PA. Phone 2-17222 Everything NIusical TITLOW'S MUSIC HOUSE Lehigh V:Illey's Finest School of Music Solsovox P1ANos O1coANo E 946 HAMILTON STREET ALLENTOWN, PA. Coinplimcilis of EMMAUS JEWEL SHOP 3 See Us for EIHHIHUS High Class Rings. 338 IXIAIN STREET Phone 30-B Phone 50-R RADIO SERVICE DAVID'S ELECTRIC EIIIIIIZLIIS liccord IIC2LllillI2i,I'l,CI'S 'E 314 NIAIN S'I'REl41'I' EMMAUS, PA. "TED" IOBST Local I3lSlQI'llJllt0I' of Fegely,s Dairy Products Quality Baked Goods 437 SOUTII FIETII STREET Phone 483-IXI EMMAUS, PA -137 CLARENCE M. FREY Plumbing - Heating Diamonds e Jewelry - IYatches Shechneml work Roofing and Spouting PHONE M5-13 3 408 Chestnut St. Emmaus, Pa 1015 HAMILTON STREET For Gifts that please MINNICH'S GIFT 'SHOP 3 'E ALLENTOWN, PA. Telephone 359-I5 uxYl1Cl'C Silver and Gold are Fairly Sold" 562 Chestnut St. Emmaus, Pa CHESTER B. NICHOLAS Electrical Sales and Service A1.Buic'1'1s, PA. APPLIANCES LA TELEVISION F ADMIRAL IXIOTORULA - YUVNCSTOWN KITCHENS REFRICERATURS Phone 650- B -138- COIIIPIIIIICIITS of General Machine Co., Inc. AND Electric Furnace-Man, Inc. EI3HI1f3.CtIll'61'S and Distributors of "ELECTRIC FURNACE-MAN" AUTOMATIC ANTHRACITE STOKER "EFM" OIL BURNER "EFM" FROZEN FOOD CABINET I+'0UR'rH AND FURNACE STREETS EMMAUS, PA -139' RODALE Manufacturing Company 2 B'lil1llllf2l,CtUl'CI'S of lCLl+X"I'R1CAl, DICYIFES AND Sl'ECIAL'l'IICS 3 EMMAUS, PENNA. -l40f Compliments of A. E. KRATZER, M. D. 'E NEEDLECRAFT' SHOP Yarns :mtl Crochet Cotton Domestic and Imported llankics 420 CHESTNUT STREET PHONE 4-1-W EMMAUS, PA Free Instructions LLOYD E. BRENSINGER Groceries, Fruits, Meats, and Vegetables Ice Crezun 20 N. FIFTH STREET EMMAUS, PA. W. R. HAUSER FLOOR COVERINGS AND DRAPERIES 'E 918 Hamilton Street Allentown, Pa. Phone Q-3197 WEST END SERVICE C. ll. BRENSINGER, Prop. GAS and OIL OFFICIAL S'l'ATl'l INSPICCTION lYheel Balancing and Alignment Om' Speeialty 'E Phone 340 1003 CHESTNUT STREET EMMAUS, PA. H. T. KEMMERER lNIen,s VVear 'E 346 MAIN STREET EMMAUS, PA. Compliments of DR. E. J. TREXLER Y -141- PHONE: EMMAUS Q71-R PROGRESS PRI TI G HOUSE HI-:RBERT E. SEIBERT, Prop. 128 ICAST B1AIN STREET MACVNGIE. PA. 3 Soczkzl and Commercial Prz'rzz'z'1zg -142- Bethlehem Business College BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA 53rd YEAR AN APPROVED BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL Complete Secretarial, Accounting, Business Administration and Business lfachine Courses REINSMITH'S FTYNE HAL SE RVN iltl Since 1864- Phone 43-B EMMAUS, PA. Compliments of GEORGE D. BERGER Carpenter lVork, Painting, Paper Hanging, Floor Sanding and FREE EMPLOYMENT SERv1c'E Refinishing . , ROUTE 1 - MACUNGIE, PA Ask tor Annual Catalog PHONE: Allentown 3-696-L Rockels Store 304 MAIN STREET EMINIAUS, PA. Telephone Q9-B 3 Complinients of Ralston's Flowers 3 ON LAn1Es,, CllILDREN,S AND lVlEN,S , EMMAUS W EAR IDRY Goons AND NOTIONS HIGHWAY -143- George Harwiek 575 CHESTNUT STREET EMMAUS, PA. 3 IF ITIS AN ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE WE HAVE IT Service after the Sale PHONE 434 DRIES SERVICE STATION EARL and PEARL DRIES, Prop. Expert Photo Finishing Service ALLENTOWN PHOTO SHOP . , . ESSO GAS MOTOR OILS Photographic Supplies AND Groceries 'Q Official Inspection Station Supplee Sealtest Ice Cream 339 N. SEVENTH STREET ALLENTOWN, PA. ALBURTIS, R.D. 1 A L T H 0 U S E Best IYiShes si R ' ' It L me ' iepalrlng The Graduates of 1950 I CRAUMER'S FIFTH 8: RAILROAD STREET On the Triangle EMMAUS' PA' EMMAUS, PA. E144- J OHN SIN GMASTER STEPHEN' S M AR KET Dealm- in 528 NORTH SECOND STREET 1 ' 'l .f '- EMM , P . Coal, Lumber, Grain, mmm 5563 AUS A C We Deliver Cement Fresh and Cold llfeats BIACUNGIE, PA. Frozen Foods CTFOCCPIQS Phone: Emmaus 83 Breyers Ice Cream MANNING-ARMSTRUNG FEMININE FOOTWEAR 'S 807 HAMILTON STREET ALLENTOWN, PA. Swim At Compliments of P1119 Tree Park The Home Mutual THOMAS RTIKLENCIC, Prop. Company of Lehigh County tg T Y Phone 169-13 Home Office EMMAUS, PA. EMMAUS, PA. A 145 ee- CLAREMAR , General lVIerehandise George S Greenhouse FIFTH AND BROAD STREETS EMMAUS, PA. Courteous Service - Fair Prices Phone 681-B HAROLD D. KELLS Master lVIiX Feeds Old Company's Coal E Ennnaus 98-W ALBURTIS, PA. FUNERAL DESIGNS CUT FLOXVERS CORSAGES DISH GARDENS POTTED PLANTS NVQ lvirc Flowers E SECOND and RIDGE STREETS Phone 410-B Phone 38 Warren S. Brobst General Merchandise "Birds Eye Frozen Foods" 422-494 ELM S'rRm:'r EMMAITS, PA. E PH1Loo Radios - Refrigerators - Television, Etc. "lVl1at we don't have in stock,we can get for you" SPECIAL ORDER WORK We specialize in the repairing and modernizing of fine jewelry. VVe excel in Diamond Setting. Wie give S. Sz ll. Green Stamps 'X Faust 81 Landes JEWELERS ALLENTOWN, PENNA. 146 -- ANTHONY'S PHOTO SERVICE SCHOOL PIIOTOORAPHERS Y 73 East Broad Street BETHLEHEM, PA. Motor CO. Compliments of 1125 C'HmsTNUT STREET DR. F. H. MARTIN 'E 3 Sales STUDEBAKER Service E. D. DRIES 81 SON Bricklaying Contractors ta Pointing Chimney Repairs P . . hone 360 Phones 6o-MW4-1065 EMMAUS, PA' 31 SOUTH SIXTH ST. EMMAUS Compliments of the 'E -147- "Say It VVith Flowersw . . . VVhy Not VVith Ours? NEW YORK FLORAL CO. Phone 9685 or 9686 906 to 912 HAMILTON STREET ALLENTOWN, PA. Compliments of Horace W. Schantz FUNERAL HOME 3 llflodern Facilities - Centrally Located Licensed Funeral Director and DUNDORE'S A MOdeI'n Pharmacy In Every Sense of the lvord A f'oInpl1-te Line Of PHARMAc:EIITIuAI,:+, NIEDIVINES AND fiIFTS AT THE RIGHT PRICE Embalmer is THIRD AND MAIN sTREETs DUNDORE'S DRUG STORE PHONE 117 EMMAUS, PA. On the Triangle AMERICAN HOUSE JOHN HAI LEY, Prop. BEER, LIQUOR AND NVINE LIGHT LUNCH 'Q Phone 97-B Alburtis, Pa. IRVIN J. KERCHNER Painting and Paper-Hanging Phone-Emlnaus 417-W 154 MAIN STREET NIACUNGIE, PA Estimates Cheerfully Given H me -ee ROY L WA ,InC. EMMAUS PLANT EMMAUS, PA. WorId's Largest Manufacturers of Cotton Fabrics 'E FORMERLY ALTOVVN DIVISION GENERAL 1iIBBON NIILLS, INC. -l49-- M M A U S anufacturing Company Manufacturers of MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS and MEN'S, LADIE'S and BOY'S WESTERN SHIRTS E ELM AND MOYER STREETS EMMAUS, PA. -150- TRIAN G LE MARKET 341 Chestnut Street Emmaus, Penna. Phone 54 1-IV F1:EsuFnu1'rs A V1-:oET.xBLEs A f'um1sE IJELICATESSEN f POULTRY c1OllllllIIlll'llI,S of DR. CHESTER E. KIRK Y MODERN PIANO TUNING PROMPT SERVICE N E I L K L I N E Phone 532-NI 31 North Second Street Emmaus, Pa. PLATT FURS F U R C O A T S Dirt-ct from Factory lo You 'E 124-L SOUTH FOURTH STREET EMMAITS, PA. Phono 166 H Conlplinlellts of FAUST SERVICE STATION SINCLAIR DEAl.ER 3 COIDPIIIHCIILS of WEIDA'S LUNCHEONETTE and MILK BAR Y 8 SOUTH FoUR'rxl STREM' EMMAUS, PA. -1511 ol'TE 100 :xIAI'l'NGIE, PA OFFICIAL INSPECTION STATION 1 Hour Battery Clmrging Cars Called For and Delivered TOWING TIRE RECAPPIXG ERNEST MOHR'S GARAGE Telephone 185-B 513 Broad Street Emmaus, Pa. C. T. FLEXER ESTATE HIXIILING, EXCAVATING and CEMENT XYORK Phone 164-YY 3 22 BIAIN STREET EXlBI.XlfS, PA. Howard H. Weaver Justice of the Peace Real Estate and IIISIIFEIIIICC 'E Phone 65 EMMAUS, PA. MOORE'S LUNCHEONETTE 3 M AUUNGI E Phone -Llli-M Compliments of MOYER'S FOOD MARKET Groceries, Kleais, Produce, Frozen Foods IALBURTIS, PA. ISIIIIIIELUS 599-NY -- 152 -- JO EPH I. HAI E made by MAYTAG - WESTINGHOUSE -- PHILCU 328 lNIain Street EMMAUS, PA. IRONRITE i HOTPOINT GENERAL ELECTRIC IIOOVER :xml lllillly others SALES AND SERVICE 102+ Hamilton St. IALLENTOXVN, PA. Allentown, R.D. 3 CETRONIA, PA. 153 Zollinger-Harned's HAM11.ToN STREET NEAII SIXTH E The "Park and Shopn Department Store that gives US SL Ha' Green Stamps 'E ALLENTOWN, PA. COIIIIJTTIIICIITS of DR. KARL H. KLERX Y AC KER'S GARAGE WM. J. ACKER, ln-Ap. Goodyear Tires-Batteries 'Q Phone 86 HACUXGIE, PA. RAUCH'S GROCERY STORE GRoc'ER1Es CANDIES Colm TXTEATS Soma Y 516 NORTH STREET EMMAUE, PA. CHESTNUT ST. MARKET 711 CHESTNUT STREET EMMAUS, PA. Cold Ile-ats - Fresh llezrts Groceries PHONE 101-R Paul S. C. Rinker 1f1,m1B1Nc1 AND HEATING 3 Phone Q6-L-R 41 SOUTH SECOND STREET EMMAUS, PA. - 154 -A- Emmaus Ford Company "Your Fora' Dealer" 'E SHUWRUOM AND USED CARS SERVICE AND PARTS SEw:x'1'11 ANU C111+:s'rNu'l' STREETS Your Ford Dealer Knows Your Ford Best 31557 The Butz Company CI NK'0RPORA'1'ED5 IIEAL ESTATE GENERAL INSURANCE FIDELITY BONDS A SURETY BoNDs Y Telephone 56 FOURTH AND MAIN STREETS EMMAUS, PA. P. J. SIEGFRIED GARAGE Phone 98-YY-2 Enunaus Y Parts K Accessories General Repairing AAA Towing Service Atlantic Gas and Oil ALBURTIS, PA. PAUL F. HELD AAA Towing Service li HUDSON CROSLEY Auto Painting and Aletal W'ork 11l1O11C".'xllC11t0XVl1 56-1731 TREXLERTOWIN, PA. JOHN GULLA SEIAF-SERVICE BlARKE'l' tk LIINCIIEONE1 TE l,llUllC 9007 II6-120 soUTH sixru STREET EMMAUS, PA. Compliuleuts of DR. E. A. WILSON 'E -156- REINHART'S W. J. FENSTERMAKER Self-Service lwarket 734-lVI Y ,E 104 N. FOURTH ST. EMMAUS, PA. Phone 312 SEEDS CANDIES Compliments of 3 FREDERICK A. DRY M. D. 510 CHESTNUT STREET EMMAUS, PA. 'E F R I T C H ' S Fine Groceries and Confections 'E PHONE 420 SIXTH AND CHESTNUT STREETS Delicious Lunches AT SHORTY'S PLACE HAROLD BUYER, Prop. Y ToBACCo AND CANDY Compliments of ALBURTIS CUT RATE Y Phone 97-J 3 MAIN STREET ALBURTIS -157- FOUNDED 1889 "Charming Homesv b' RITTER in mmI!IlIIlllllm' 5 'if In -g,,. if -Qs Wfpfirfllf y lillflllfllfiHl'fl7f1'1lf1I .Q Qiffi' Nl Wulf M f ---4- --limit ----f4-A X fm IW " ' "L llisigegsgzg 12-5 :s:s:z:z:z " -' 'fx " 'Wil Q 'Q , A,q, . 5 ,.,.,. A..4., .,.4 -' '51 fl " ' ' 1555222525252525252225252525s5sis553z2s2zfe552sSs , ' 161f2,,3f -t ,.,. k r g . 0 it "' ' fZie1P15Wi?faE ' ff, m .,.,. ' - I I r h, "M GkA- - r I of -, J ti Duc to their location and low overheard, Ritteris enable you to express your iurlivicllmlity and personality at prices no higher than orclinarily charged for commercial quality. 'lllicy pay no high city rents, taxes, etc. Robert E. Ritter 85 Sons 187-191 MAIN STREET EMMAUS, PENNA. Open Daily from 9:00 A.lVI. to 9:00 be 158 ACKNOWLEDGMENT The Tattler Staff wishes to extend their thanks to the business establishments of Emmaus and the surrounding communities who have played such an important role toward the 'Financial support of this yearbook. To Mr. Calvin Seisholtz of Calvin Studiog Mr. Charles Reinhardt of Sanders-Reinhardt Companyg and Mr. Garrett Miers of Miers- Bachman Lithographing Company our deep appreciation for their practical advice and suggestions in the general layout of our entire yearbook. To Miss Strauss and her senior typing classes for their help and patience in the typing of the yearbook materialg to Mr. Schaadt and his senior English classes for their assistance in composing the senior biographies, and to all others who have in anyway helped to make this yearbook a success our sincere thanks. -159W Acknowledgment . . . Administration .......... Administration Secretaries Advertisements ...... Arts and Crafts Club . . . Band .... Baseball ...... Basketball, Girls . . . . . Basketball, Junior Varsity Basketball, Varsity ..... Cafeteria ........ Cheerleaders .... ..... Chess and Checkers Club Chorus .......... ..... Class Will. . . Colour Guards ......... Conservation and Wild L Do You Remember? .... Dramatics Club .... Faculty ....... Football .... Forword . . . Freshman Class. . Freshman Minstrel . . . Girl Reserves Club .... Glee Club, Boys .... Glee Club, Girls. . . INDEX ....Page I59 .....Page 6 ... ...... Page 6 ....Page lO9-158 .....Page 87 ....Page 84 ....Page l06 ....Page 105 .... ....Page 104 ...Page lO2-103 .....Page 89 ....Page 98 .... ....Page 92 .......Page 80 ....Page 65-66-67 ....... ....Page 84 He Cwb ..... Page 90 ....... ....Page 60 ....Page 86 ......Page 7-8-9 ....Page 99-lO0-lOl .....Page 4 ....Page 56-57 ....Page 79 ....Page 88 ....Page 8l ....Page Bl Gym Team .... Health Club, Boys. . . Health Club, Girls. . . Hi-Jeff Newspaper Home Nursing Club .... Industrial Arts Club .... Junior Class . . . Knitting Club .... Library Club. . . Maiorettes .... Monitor Club .... Nature Club ..... Orchestra, Concert. . . Orchestra, Dance .... Photography Club ........ Scabbard and Blade Club. .. ....Page T07 . . .Page 93 . . .Page 93 . . . . Page 76-77 ...Page 88 ...Page 9l Page 52-53 ...Page 94 ...Page 86 ...Page 84 ...Page 83 ...Page 89 ...Page 82 ...Page 82 ...Page 87 ...Page 92 School Directors, Board of .... .... P age 6 Senior Class ..... Senior Class Play . . . Sophomore Class .... Student Council ....... The Tattler, lYearbookl . . . Track ................ Typing Club .......... Who's Who in The Senior -.... Class Varsity "E" Club ........... e160- Page 'll-50 . . . Page 78 Page 54-55 . . .Page 83 Page 74-75 . . Page l06 . . . Page 95 Page 68-69 . . .Page 9l


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