Emmaus High School - Tattler Yearbook (Emmaus, PA)
- Class of 1951
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IC D I 'I' I O N O lf
EMMAUS HIGH SCHOOL
Presented by the Class of 1951
'l'hroughout the four years spent at lfmmaus
High School, many memorable occasions have
materialized. It is the objective of the Tattler Staff
through an editorial and pictorial means to bring
forth to the reader the school life of the year l95O-51.
Seniors, as you page through this Twenty-Ninth
lidition of the Tattler remember that it now has
a new significance. l-leretofore, it has been just
another annual, but this one is different-you are
part of it.
Lzifl In Riglzl Fin! Roto: Artlnir lolwsr cSL'CI'k'Tlll'yJ, Arthur Gehringer. Claude Keller Clireasurerj. Dr. l,r-Roy llahn Cl'rt-sidentb.
Srromi Roco: Raymond Miller, Howard liyer, Thomas Schrader CVice Presidcntl.
Boom' of School Dzreotors
To these seven men goes the responsibility of executing the innumerable tasks involved in the
supervision of the schools of Emmaus. lt is they who lay the ground work necessary for the education
of the men and women of tomorrow.
The lloard of School Directors is subject to regulations by the State, and its duties are definitely
outlined by a school code. Collectively, their duties concern Il0t only the supervision of school activi-
ties, but also matters concerning finances, buildings, grounds, supplies, and curriculum.
At their meetings, which are held the first Thursday of the month at the high school, they bring
their business and professional experience to help solve the problems coincident with running a
school system. Attorney Theodore R. Gardner, the school solicitor, executes all legal documents
and renders legal advice to the Board.
To these men, whom the townspeople have elected, we give our sincere thanks for their time and
effort in order that we may have a better education.
A afmin istratio 71 Secretaries
'gGerry,' and "Pat" are the well-
tliked and efficient administration sec-
retaries. They do all the clerical work,
operate the telephone switchboard, and
maintain the student records. ln
addition to their office duties they sell
tickets, make bus reservations, handle
class funds, and render messenger
service. Always pleasant and cheerful,
these two young ladies have been of
'great help to us.
Bliss l,liS'I'liR Mus. Guru
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To the Clary of 1951:
You have arrived at that point in life where you will
either continue your education in some higher institution of
learning, or go out into the ever broadening horizons of life's
duties, hopes and accomplishments.
You will not have to be a great figure, or a state or
national leader to make your influence felt. lt is the common
people who have made real contributions in the world's
struggle for social improvement. We do not know what the
morrow will bring but we do know that it will not be exactly as
it is today. You may not think of something completely new,
but you may at least think of many ways of improving what
we already have.
Do not become bewildered because of the confusion among
leaders. This has always been the case since the origin of our
republic. VVe believe in discussion and in majority rule. At no
time has there been such a demand for intelligent and emo-
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How-ARD .l- Yvli-ACER S1cpt'rz'r1lrl1r1m1' qf Sclmolf
T be Admzhzktrarors
To MR. HOWARD bl. YEAGER, Superintendent of Schools for the past nineteen years, goes the respon-
sibility of executing the school board's recommendations and the supervision of the borough schools.
He is responsible for the maintenance of the high quality and standard of the Emmaus schools through
the years. He has carefully planned the curriculum for each school and has selected an excellent
faculty to teach it.
To MR. ALLEN F. HELLER, Princi ual for the vast twent f-four years, foes the res ionsibilitv for the
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supervision of all curricula and extracurricular activities in the high school. His effort to help those
who seek his advice has made our principal widely known for the intelligent and just handling of student
problems. lhe administration is to be connnended for its effort, which resulted in the accreditation
of the high school by the Commission on becondary bchools and its acceptance as a member of the
Middle States Association of Colle es and Secondar Schools.
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To the C1055 of 1951: """1'if7"1f
High school days are over and we have entered a troubled
world, clouded by strife, ideologies, intolerance, and selfishness.
You have studied under adverse conditions. Our facilities
have been inadequate, world affairs have not been encourag-
ing, but we have high hopes for those of you who are prepared
to make the most of opportunities as they appear.
Our most precious possession is liberty. VVe may speak
freely, gather in assemblies, worship as we please, do work of
our choice, and vote for our officials. Government is our
servant, not our master. No sacrifice, no price is too high
for the preservation of our way of life.
If liberty is to be preserved, religious, moral, and political
progress must keep pace with science. Leaders must put
God first country above party, others above self. May you
be such leaders and may all your dreams and hopes for a
successful future come true.
ALLEN F. HISLLEIK
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Miss JXRNULI1 MR. BARR MR. BISCKIZR MR. liliNFllil.lD MRS. BIIRZIQIAIR
The Faculty l
FIKANCES li. ARNOLD, lg.S."l'lOlIlC Economicsg General Science---Adviser of Knitting Club.
IIEROMIC lf. BAIEVR, l3.S.--Senior Seieneeg junior Scieneeg Biology-eAdviser of Conservation and
Wilcl Life Club.
HARVEY H. llliclilik, l3.S.fPhysics3 Cheniistryg Biology-Adviser of Nature Study Club.
Al.lHiR'l' S. BICNFII-QLD, A.B., A.lVl.WlinglishfAdviser of Hi jeff.
.IRAN H. lil!-IISIER, l3.S.f' -l.itcrz1tu1'eg lfnglish-'ffAdviser of Junior High School Needlework Club.
Al.maR'r H. BURGIQR, l3.S.W-Geiieral Nlzithemzitiesg Plane Geometry: Biology -Adviser of Conserva-
tion :ind VVild Life Club.
HowARlJ K. DEISCHER, Ph.l3., lVl.A.f --Problems of Demoerzlcyg Algebrzifrf-Adviser ol' Varsity "li"
Clubf-Faculty Manager of Athletics. ,
ciliRAl.DlNli li. DILS, l3.A.---Spzmislig lfuropean l-listoryfAdviser of Debating :ind Reading Club.
PAUL l. FRANTZ, B.S.fCounselor --ffr Business Lnwg Uffice Practiceg Salesm:mshipf-Adviser of
Tn is TATTL li R. 1
lVlARCIEl.I.A G. GRAVIER, R.N.-NursefAdviser of Home Nursing Club.
MR, llL'R4il'IR MR. Dmscnim Miss Dn.s MR, IFMN1-Z MISS GMWR
Miss ll.-xusick Mk. HAusisk Mk. HECKM.-KN Mas. Hia1N'1'mai.xiAN Mus. l'llNKI.li
T he Faculty
ciI,ADYS ll. HAUSER, l3.S., A.M.-Bookkeepingg Sliortliand--Adviser of Knitting Club.
XVALTIER W. HAUSISR, A.l3.--General Scienceg MZ1tl'lCl'I1ZltiCS"ASSiSIZlllt Couch of Football and
l3z1sketbnllfAdviser of Monitor Club.
Gu-:NN E. HHCKMAN, B S.7lllLlllStl'l2ll ArtsffAdviscr of Industrial Arts Club.
l':l,l'IANOR M. l'lIilNTZlil.MAN, R.D.H.ff-Dental Hygienist.
-IOSIQPIIINIE K. HINKLIE, li.S. f'l,ibrzu'i:ni--'Library Science f-Adviser of l.ibr:u'y Club.
BARIIARA K. Klflgli, l3.S.-jfHe:1ltl1g Physical lfduczition -f-AC0z1cl1 ofGirls' liuskctbzill :ind Gym 'llczun
Adviser ol Athletic Club, Cheerleaders, Colour Guards, und Nlzijorettes.
NVILLIAM L. Louis, lg.A.fAlI1CI'lCI1l1 Historyg Civics and Guidance 'fCoucl1 of Football :uid Truck -
Adviser of Sczibbard and Blade Club.
LAURA A. MCCARTY, B.S.il-Iome Economicsg Cafeteria-Adviser ofCl1cfs' Club.
MARY E. lVllI.l.liR, l3.S.-ArtiAdviser of Arts and Crafts Club.
HILIJA C. MKJYl5li, A.l3.-English-Adviser of Tri-Hi-Y Club.
Mus. Klikk Mk. l,0IiIl Miss MCCARTY Miss lVlu.i.iak Mus. Nloviau
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4. iXll'I.l.lN Mu. Uiwr Mu. l,li'l'l'1liS l MR. Roi-imau Mic. Ro'l'iliiNnl-:lu
The Faculty 1
RAYMOND C. lVlUI.l.1N, l3.S.-Driver Trainingg Wo1'lcl Historyg Problems of Democracy.
lfrwoon L. fJRTT, AB., lVI.A.-fLating Civics and GuiclancefAdviser of Chess and Checkers Club.
liiuaoi. K. PIi1'liIlSTMLlSiCQ junior Business Training-Adsiiser of Student Council, Orchestra,
Chorus, Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs. 1
CLARIQNCIQ R. ll0IiDERf'Al't1 Algebra-Adviser of junior High School Chess Club.
Wu.l.iAM B. Ro'1'iii+:NB1ziu:, l3.S., M.A.'fqIunior High School lVlusicffDirector of High School Band
and junior High School Chorus.
VVoonRow K. SCHAADT, A.l3.fffEnglisl15 Frenchg German-Coach of Dramatics-Adviser of Dram-
atics Club. i
lVlIl.DRIiD K. STRAUSS, AB.-ff'l'ypewritingg Englishfffldviser of Typing Club.
LEON T. TU'r'rl.l5, l3.S.fHealthg Physical Education-Coach of liaslcetball, Baseball, and Gym
'liC1lI1l7AdVlSCl' of Gymnastic Club.
Emu. M. Wislslsli, l3.S.eIndustrial ArtsfAdviser of Stage Crewg Faculty Manager of Athletics.
Mu. SCH.-x.'xn'1' Miss S'1'RAljSS MR. 'l1U'll'I'l.li Mk. XY!-IIKFR
Thamlef to The Faculty
Before we, the Nineteen Hundred and lfifty-one graduates,
go out into this War-torn world, we wish to extend our heartiest
thanks to the faculty members who have devoted their time and
effort to make us well-informed young Americans.
With unlimited patience, you have taught us the essentials
necessary for a more worthwhile life. We acknowledge all the
friendly advice and counsel you have given us as we progressed
It is to you, the Faculty, that the senior class wishes to express
their gratitude with deepest sincerity for what you have done in
the development of our lives.
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Donald Miller, Prefident
Fay Funk, Secretary
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When the class of '51 entered high school, few realized our potentialities in the scholastic,
social, dramatic, and athletic fields. Our class was separated, two sections were in the Lincoln
Junior High School and three in the High School. After a general pushing around hy the upper-
classmen, we all settled down to a full schedule of studying. Our only diversion was to plan for
our Freshman Minstrel, and on the nights of February 13 fand 1-1, the "Country Style Shindign
was presented. It was a grand success and showed the abilities and talents of our class. May
14, 19-18, the "Spring Swingn was held, our first and only soclal event of the year. The term ended
with everyone looking forward to their sophomore year. j
Returning to Emmaus High in fall, we were fewer ininumber, but so much wiser. More
socially inclined, we held two dances. The first one, the "Green and Gold Hop," was held December
-1, 1948. Probably no one will ever forget the orchestra, "The Jolly Four," or the gaily decorated
gym. We now began to take an interest in high school functions and at the end of the year we
supplied cheerleaders and colour guards. Our second dance, "The Springtime Frolic," was held
May 14, 19-19, and brought an end to the affairs of the sophornore class.
And now we were Juniors! "The Bal L'Automne,', oulr first dance of the year was held on
the night of November 5. Our decorating committee did a wonderful job for the dance, and for
the first time, supplied a stage for the orchestra. The amiual Junior Declamation Contest was
held on May -1, 1950, and was won by Barbara jean Kline. Other contestants were Willard Stratz
and Rodney Fenstermaker. In spring, our eagerly awaited Ylfunior Prom, the biggest social affair
of the year, was held April 21, at the Frolics Ballroom in Allehtown. The Ballroom was beautifully
decorated in our class colors, green and white, and hundreds of pink carnations adorned the wish-
ing well, the entrance, and the royal thrones. The highlight of the evening was the crowning of
the King and Queen, Donald Andrews and Ann Reinsmith. Bud Rader's Orchestra gave the final
touch to what was acclaimed the most successful social function of our school career. To climax
the year and as a farewell to the class of 1950 we sponsored the "Senior Farewell."
The steps to the senior class are gradual and true, but finally we arrived, and at last the cares
and joys of being seniors were ours. Of course we now had many of our boys and girls taking part
in every phase of school life. We immediately began to choose committees and the cast for that
never-to-be-forgotten event, the Senior Class Play. "January Thaw," a fast moving comedy,
was presented three nights, November 16, 17, 18, and had everyone in a whirl for weeks. Then,
November 24, 1950, we held the "Sadie Hawkins Dancef' The gym was decorated with funny
papers and corn-cob pipes were presented to all of the couples attending. It was a gay night and
the gym echoed with laughter. Following this we held the dance "Christmas Capers" on December
21, which attracted many students and alumni. Shortly after the Easter vacation, on April 4,
we sponsored our last school dance in the gym, the "Spring Swing."
During the remaining months of school we took field trips to the State Hospital, County
Jail, and the Court House, which proved very interesting and educational. And at last, the best
social event of the year, the Senior Ball which was held at the Brookside Country Club on Junel,
1951. Then came the serious Baccalaureate Service and the thrill and sadness of Commencement.
And so ended four wonderful years spent at Emmaus High School for 110 students.
HER AN O. ALBITZ
176 IHarrison Street
Iuduftrial I Uflffmn
A friendly and happy-go-lucky guy, Herm will always be remembered for
his friendly smile and pleasing iersonality. His leisure time is spent playing
his trumpet, swimming, and pailiicipating in gymnastics. He hopes to have a
job which will send him traveling throughout the world.
Gym Team. 3,' Band I,' Gymblaftic Club 2, 3.
DONALD P. ANDREWS
Donny, shy and modest, was popular with all members of the class, havi g
been chosen King ofthe Junior Prom. In his spare time he was usually playi g
football, basketball, and baseball, his favorite sports. His aim is to play
with a major league baseball team. I
Football 2, 3,' Bafkelball 2, CStudeut Mauagerj 3,' Bafeball I, 2, 3,' Band I ,'
Coufervaliou and Wild Life Club I, fPreJizle11tD 2,' Vanity "En Club 3.
Kenny, one of our outdoor lovers of hunting and trapping, has proven llis
skill in this line of sport. He is also an ardent baseball fan and a loyal supportler
of all school functions. An industrious student, he is sure to succeed as eitlier
a carpenter or a roofer. I
Gln Club 3,' Choru: 3,' Gyuznaflic Club I, 2,' Cheff' Club 3.
KENNETH E. ARNDT
Emmaus, Route 1
CLAUDE L. ANSELM
17Il Ridge Street
Iuduftrial I "Wimpy',
A stand out in a crowd, WiI py is a mimicing drum beater who is always
creating new jokes. He dislike studying but likes girls and dances. For his
hobbies he likes to build model rzlilroads and raise rabbits. Wimp plans to divide
his future between technical work and entertainment.
Band I, 2, 35 Glee Club I, 2, 5 Chorus' I, 2, 35 Monitor Club 2, 3,' Chzff' Club
3,' Comervaliou and Wild Life lub 2,' Chex: and Checker: Club I.
WALTER W. BAUMAN
419 Chestnut Street
Strike three! NValr came through again. He was an outstanding athlete,
who excelled as a southpaw pitcher on our baseball team. Talkative, he was
usually cracking jokes, leading bull-sessions, dancing at Bussy's, or traveling
to Whitehall. For a profession, his hopes are pinned on organized baseball.
F oolball I, 2. 3,' Rafkelball Ig Bareball 1, 2, 3,' Gym Team 2, 3,' Cm1.ferval1'on
NANCY J. BEAR
120 Maizi Street
Nancy, who is a pleasant and cooperative girl, has proven to be a true friend.
She enjoyed her holidays, swimming, and playing basketball immensely. She
is a very skilled knitter, making many articles which will be useful to her as an
efficient and resourceful housewife.
Batkelball I,' Sludent Council 2, ffixxixfant Trezuurerj 3g Illonifor Club 2, 3,'
Home Nurfing Club 1, fTreaJurerl 3g Atlzleiic Club 2.
RICHARD D. BERGER
Macungie, Route 1
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General ' Bffgle'
Quiet, calm, and loyal to friends and teachers was our Bergie. He enjoyed
traveling with the boys of his section and attending dances. Football and
baseball were in his field ofsports. His leisure time was spent in coin collecting
and photography. Bergie wishes to become an aeronautics mechanic.
Chen and Clzecleerf Club Ig Conrervaiion and Wild L1fe Club 2,' Drama1z'r.r
HAROLD A. BITTENBENDFR
26 South Fifth Street
General - "Billy"
An outstanding sports figure for four years in high school, Bitty will prob-
ably he best remembered for his feats on the gridiron. Popular with both sexes,
Bitty always has a big smile for everyone. He would like to spend his immediate
future in college sports.
F oolball 1, 2, 35 Bafleelball 35 Baseball 2, 3,' Trark 2,' Gym Team 2, 35 Vanity
"E" Club I, 2, 3,' "january Thaw" 3.
STE E W. BOHUS
536 1 Furnace Street
Looking for Steve? I believ he's in the shop! He spends most of his time
there doing carpentry in which he displays varied skills. Other hobbies are
golfing, roller skating, and arg ing with his classmates. ln the near future
he would like to become a televi ion technician.
Typing Club 25 Clieff' ClubI3.
JAMES 0. BOLICH
S44 Liberty Street
Academic "jim '
Jim will always be remembered as an excellent photographer on "Tile
Tattler" staff. Not the studious type, he enjoyed dancing, working at tlie
football and basketball games, and taking pictures of the outstanding schobl
events. Because of his experience and keen eye for perspective, be will be
a challenging competitor for the "best photographer ofthe year" award. I
The Taffler fPhotographerD 3,' Football I,' Bird Club I,' Nature Study Cllfb
fSecrefaryl 2. 1
JAMEIQS H. BOYER
Alburtis, Route 1
This easy-going, modest guy Iwho dislikes work, is sure to be found wherever
there is excitement. Although aigreat sports fan, his special interest is baseball.
Jimmy likes hunting, fishing, alnd trapping, and plans to live in the thicker
of Canada. ,
Bafeball 25 Conxervaiion ana' llfilfl Life Club 2,' Clzefx' Club 3.
KENNETH D. BROBST
552 Minor Street
Kenny will be remembered for his brilliant portrayal of Johnathan in
"January Thaw," and his excellence as a saxaphonist. Although he partidi-
pated in many extra-curricular activities and church work, he maintainnd
an admirable scholastic standard. He hopes to have a career as a musici n
or missionary. I
"january Thaw" 3,' Band I, 2, Ufice Prexirlentj 3,' Coneerl Orrhextra I,
fPre.rizlen0 2, 3,' Dante Orehexira Ig Clee Club 1, 2, 3,' Chorux 1, 2, Ufice Prexizlerllj
3,' Dramalief Club 3. i
Zionsville, Route 1
Calm, poised, and even tempered, Joe was known for his unperturbable
disposition. He was one who was never unprepared for class. Sports and
girls were the least of his worries. Hunting, collecting arrowheads, and riding
are the life for him. joe's fondness for the out-of-doors might discourage
further academic training.
Bird Club l,' Nature Study Club 2,' Confervation and llfiltl Life Club 3.
GEORGE W. BUTZ
Iud-u.ttrial "Woffel Duet"
George, a likable, energetic fellow, in his spare time was usually driving
around in his "38" Buick. or roller skating at Dorney Park. He wishes to go
hunting, fishing, and trapping in the Canadian wilds for a few years, and then
go into the butcher business.
Gym Team 25 Clee Club 35 Clzoru: 3,' Couxervation and W'il11' Life Club 2.
LLARISS M. LARTER
346 Broad Street
With an ever ready smile, Clariss is fun-loving, and enjoys sports, talking,
and practical jokes. She is equally serious, conscientious, and efficient in
assuming responsibility, as was evident by her capable assistance on many
class function committees. These excellent qualities will surely help her to
succeed as a secretary.
Ili jeff fReporterQ 2, 3,' lllouitor Club 2, 3,' Library Club 1, 2.
NORTON L LOPE
Macungie, Route 1
Copey spends much time fishing, hunting, and doing research work in the
fields of aviation and the sciences. He is a quiet, good natured fellow with a
gifted talent for literary satire. After graduation We can look for him in the
U. S. Marine Corps.
Bird Club I,' Nature Study Club 2, Couverfation and Wild Lie Club 3.
JOAN F. DIEFENDERFER
308 North Fifth Street .
Sfcrmzrial , "f0a1m"'
Jeanie, our vivacious, bluereyed class treasurer is known to all for her
sparkling personality and superb choice of clothes. She is as graceful on ice as
on the dance floor. Her aggressiveness, self-sufficiency, and diplomacy are
certain to be her greatest assets as a successful business woman.
Clary Trearurer 1, 2, 35 The Talller Crlxxociaze Erlitorj 35 Bafketball lg Moniior
Club 2, 3,' Library Club I, Z.
ELAINE ll. DREAS
130 North Fourth Street l
Pert and modest, with a friendly disposition, lflaine is one of the quieqer
members of the class. She spends most of herleisure time listening to popular
music, bowling, going to the movies, and chatting with her many friends.
She will someday make a devoted and understanding wife for some lucky
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Sluflrnt Council lg Knilling Club I, 2, U'ice refizentl
Alburtis, Route 1
Secretarial .llariu II,
Marian, a cheerful, energetic girl, was known not only for her scholastic
rating, but also for her dramatic ability. Driving her mother's old lford. attend-
ing movies, and dancing occupy most of her leisure time. Her aggressiveness,
competence, and self-reliance wlll greatly aid her in her career in the business
The Taltler CBufirze,r.r lllanagerj 3,' "january Tlmw" 3,' Gln Club 2,' CIIOVIU'
I, 2, 35 Girl Referees 1, 2
JACK F. DRUCKENMILLER
547 Minor Street
Small, blonde, and wiry, Stugie was incessantly found roaming the halls
getting into trouble. A great deal of his spare time was spent roller skating,
working at the printing shop, or joining in a basketball game. After graduation A
jack plans to become a bricklayer. 1
Gln' Club 3,' Clzorur 35 Typing Club 2,' Cbeff' Club 3. l
RUTH E. DRUCKENMILLER
560 Ridge Street
Slim, talkative, and temperamental best describe Ruthie. Her mischievous
tactics and restlessness cause her to roam endlessly through the halls. She
is an ardent movie fan when not supporting her team at haskethall and football
games. l'ler amhition is to hecome a telephone operator.
Colour Guard 2. CCapl11inl 3,' K'7l1.lf1'7lg Club I, 2: 1mlu.flr1'alArI.f Club U'iee
BARBARA R. ILISILNHARD
517 Broad Street
Babs, one of the blonde memhers of the class, has a pleasing personality and
isa friend to all. She spends most of her spare time roller skating and attending
movies. Babs has all the qualifications for a hookkeeper and is sure to succeed
in the career of her choice.
CLEO E. ENGLERT
27 South Fifth Street
Quiet and cheerful, Cleo is an ardent foothall fan and enjoys knitting.
Other interests of hers are going to Roller Derlxies and listening to the radio.
She has no special future planned, but we all know she will succeed in whatever
Kriiftivig Club I, 2, 3.
The Tnlller fCla.rJ Edilorl 3,' Gym leam 2 Ixmllzng, Club 2
LETITIA M. FEHNILL
31-L North Fifth Street
XVith a hardy laugh and pleasant disposition, 'liish was enthusiastic about
anything pertaining to nursing, her intended career. She was an ardent rooter
at all Emmaus High School games and worked at VVeida's l.uncheonette in most
of her leisure time. Knitting is 'l'ish's favorite hobby.
The Talller CCla.fr Editor, 3,' Knilling Club I, U'iee P1'6'J1.llt'lllD 2.
GERALDINE M. FLEXER
201 North Second Street
Gerry, capable and earnest in the classroom, let loose her fun-loving spiliit
outside of school. Musically inclined, she creates charming melodies on the
flute and organ. Her extreme interests are helping in church and rooting at
all sports events. Gerry has a brilliant future ahead of her as a musician. I
The Talfler fClub Edilorj 35 Band 1, 2, fSeerelary-Treafurerj 3,' Coucebl
RODNEY B. FENSTERMAKER
32 North Fifth Street
Academic i "Rod'
Rod. the clarinetist and singer of our class, will be remembered for his fond-
ness for flashy clothes, music, golf, and zest for collecting matchbook covers.
His skill as an amateur golfer lhas encouraged him to become a professional,
and instruct newcomers in thai art.
The Tattler fddvertifing Manager, 3,' Track 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, cPTf.fl.llZIllJ 3,-
Concerl Orchestra 2, 3,' Dance Orelzeflra 2, 3g Glee Club I, 2,' Choruf I, 2, fPreJi-
denlj 35 Cl1e.r.r and Checkerx Clubl 1.
Orcliexlra I, CSecrelaryJ 2, 3,' Glee Club 3,' Clzoru: 2, 3,' Girl Rerervex 1. 4
EARL J. H. FRITZ 4
Outspoken, Fritzie has a sense of humor, and is willing to do anything. lil
his leisure time he likes to yodel and hang out at l3utz's garage. During thd
hunting and fishing season, he is strictly an outdoor man. Fritzie intends td
have his own bakery in future years. l
Confervalion and W'ild Life Club 2,' Cheff' Club 3. l
ROBERT G. FREY
Bob, the only boy in the secretarial section, developed a dislike for noisy
girls. This brown-eyed fellow islpleasant and cooperative. His earnest desire
to become a practical office worleer has been proved by his conscientious parti-
cipation in all school activities.:
Student Council 2, 3,' lllouilor:Club 2, 35 Bird Club Ig Courervaliou and W'ild
Lrfe Club 2, 3. j
FAY E. FUNK
Friendly and ambitious best describe Fay, whose efficiency and competence
proved her to be a capable class secretary. She spends much of her leisure
time attending dances, movies, and sports events. Fay is undecided as to
her future, but would like to be either a secretary, or a beautician.
Clan Secretary 35 The Taltler CCirrulation lllanagerj 35 Glee Club 1, 25
Choruf I, 2, fTrea.rurerD 3,' Girl Reyerver 1, Ufice Preridentj 2,' Monitor Club 2, 3.
WILEY P. GEHMAN
General ' Wiley
Wiley, a good natured and well liked fellow, spent most of his spare time
hunting, or driving his father's Dodge truck. Although courteous and sociable
with the girls, he was not especially interested in them. Wiley participated
in almost all of the sports in school, but was particularly interested in football.
"january Thaw" 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Traek 2, 3,' Monitor Club 2, fLieutenantj
3: Seabbard and Blade Club 2.
RICHARD H. GERHART
912 Chestnut Street
Dreamer, a congenial, easy-going, and very likable fellow was an outstanding
figure in all sports. He held many offices in the various school organizations.
Dreamer was fond of driving cars and was usually at Bussy's with his friends.
He plans to make golfing his profession.
The Taltler fSport.r Editor, 3,' Football 1, 2, 3g Bafleetball I, 2, fCo-eaptainj
39 Baxeball 1, 2, 3,' Student Council I, Ufice PftJidZ7llD 2, fPre.ridentj 3,' Chex:
and Cherkerf Club fTrea:urerJ 1,' Conrervation and Wild Life Club Ufiee
Prexidentl 2. '
ESTHER M. GILBERT
S45 Ridge Street
General , "E.r.fy"
Here's Essy, one of the lively colour guards, who was usually seen telling
her friends her amusing experiences. She spent her time knitting, dancing,
skating, and going to football and basketball games. Her main ambition is to
be a housewife.
The Tattler fFeature Editorj 3,' Gym Team 2, 31 Athletic Club 25 Girl Reserve:
If Colour Guard 2, 3.
ELIZABEQTH A. GREENBAUM
Allentown, Route 2
Academic u "Betty"
Strong willed and persisterlt, Betty was always championing her cause.
Noted for ber artistic and executive ability, she was elected chairman of the
scenery committee for the Senior Class Play. Understanding and congenial,
she possesses all the fine qualities for an excellent nurse.
Thr Taffler CClub Iidilorj 3gi Glez Club lg Choru: I, 2, 3,' fltlzleiic Club I:
Cliff: uml Clifrkfrr Club 2. l
ALAN K. GREISS l
Vlle will always remember Alan as an outstanding tackle on our football
team. VVben not attending or participating in sports events, he enjoyell
driving his car, motorbike, or watching television. His pleasing and likable
personality has brought him many friends. ln the future he wishes to own
and operate his own dairy farm.
Foolball I, 2, 3,' Track 2,' Bin! Club I,' Nalure Slurly Club 2,' Corufrvaliolz
and ll'1'lfl Life Club fl're'.f1'rlrnlJ 3. W
CORINNh D GRIM
563 Harrison Street
Secretarial l Corinne
A friendly personality and a cheerful disposition have made Corinne a friend
to everyone. Corinne was always helpful in making a dull moment lively.
She enjoys movies and roller skating. Her ability to get along with people
will be a great asset in whatever she may attempt.
Kuilliug Club 2, 3. l
RICHARD R. HAMSCHER
31 South Fifth Street
Dick, one of the many sports-minded fellows of the senior class, is welll
liked because of his good-naturedness and his splendid athletic ability. Hel
excelled as a third baseman for the Green and Gold, and his ambition is to:
play professional baseball for the Detroit Tigers. 1
Foolball 1, 2, 3,' Barkflball l. 2, fCo-rapfaiuj 3,' Bafaball I, 2, 35 Clzerf andl
Cbrclcfrf Club l, 2,' Varrily "E" Club 3.
JUNE N. HEIST
Emmaus, Route 1
Cwzfral fu ue
'lihis sparkling lass with her radiant personality, could cheer up the un-
happiest person. Besides being a faithful church member, she is also an enthu-
siastic sports fan. She will always be remembered for the dimple in her rosy
cheeks and her peppy spirit. She expects to make a sincere and understanding
wife to a certain lucky fellow.
Clmruf 3,' Girl Rr.v1'rvr.f 1: Knilling Club 2: llomr .Yurring Club cTfl'l1,flU'l'fJ 3.
PATRICIA A. HENNING
127 East Elm Street
flcadmnzfc "I all'
Well-groomed, versatile, and unconventional describe Pat. l'ler clear and
resonant voice and sense of interpretation won her a leading role in the Senior
Class Play, She was both an ardent sports fan and speedy basketball player.
Because of her varied interests and restless nature, Pat has no definite plans for
Tlzz' Talller fSporl.f Edilorj .ig "january Thaw" 3,' l?a.vkz'1br1ll I. Z, 3,' Cboruf
2, 35 illonilor Club 2, 35 Chen and Clzrrlcfrx Club 2,' ffirfily "If" Club fTrfr1J-
LILONARD K.. HILBIQRT
23 South Cherry Street
Satch. who had little time for girls, devoted most of his time to sports,
especially basketball and the New York Yankees. He was an efficient student
football manager and spent his summers covering second base for the Shire
Hall softball team. He maintained that the holidays were the best thing
Foolball fslllllflll illanugerj 1, 2, 3,' Cliffs and Clzeckerx Club 1,' Covmfrvaliorz
and Ilfilcl Life Club 2: l'ar.ri1y "E" Club 3.
RAYALD G. HILDEBEIDILL
518 Franklin Street
"Move over so I can see." was the usual expression of the girls in assembly
who sat behind Hildy, that broad shouldered, blushing individual. He was a
very serious and energetic sort of guy who was like a brick wall on our football
team. 'liinkering around cars was his pastime which will probably develop into
Fuolball 2, 3,' Conxervafion and Wild Lzfe Club 2,' Dramalirf Club 3.
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BARBARA J. KLINE l
523 North Second Street l
l,ights! Curtain! Music! Before us appears the attractive dark-hairhd
class pianist, a familiar scene in our assembly. Her flirting with the boys and
exciting slumber parties will remain in our memories forever. With her willinlg-
ness, friendliness, and pleasing disposition, she will surely be a success asl a
111' jeff Uleporlerb 2, 3,' "january Thaw" 3,' Bafleetball CSIudent lllarzagerj
35 Concert Orrhexlra I, 2, 3,' Dance Orcheftra I, 2,' Choruf 2,' Knitting Club 1, ?:
Boyy' Clee Club c.'1l'C0lIlfI!llliJ'lD 1. 2. 5
47 sbuth Fifth street
,. . l . . . . .
led, a slim, red-headed lad with a high scholastic rating is
Q L . . .
and extremely versatile. He rs outstanding as a pianist.
ranges from Chopin to chopstihks. Although an expert in
Cla.t.r Vice Prexident 3,' The! Talller fflffociale Editorj 3,'
Baxhelball I, 2, 3, Bafeball I, 2, +35 Chess and Chechen Club Ig
2 3 ,
all sports, he ex-
celled in baseball and has aspirzitions for the big leagues.
Football 1, 2, 3,'
Varsity "E" Club
JANET F. Koziz
Emniaus, Route 1
bestowing her friendly smile on all
The Taitler Cddverlixirzg Illau
Atop a horse, or rescuing a dbg, you will find Jan, our peppy, petite, and
vivacious blonde cheerleader. She was habitually dashing around the school
her classmates. Her intelligence, sparkling
wit, and inexhaustible ambition will make her a diligent and capable nurse.
agerj 3,' "january Thaw" 35 Cheerleader 2, 3,'
.flihlelic Club 1, 25 Vanity "E" kfluh 3.
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DoR1s B. KRAUSE l
454 East Main Street
This mischievous and talkative girl has a pleasing smile and is liked by!
everyone. Her main hobbies are ice skating, roller skating, and driving hen
Dad's car. Doris's understanding and ability to do housework are qualities,
which foretell a bright and successful married life. l
Knitting Club 2, 3. l
Macungie, Route 1
Joe's willingness and thoughtfulness made him an irreplaceable associate
to his many friends. When not driving his car, he was usually skating or playing
basketball. With his understanding and perseverance, he will surely be accept-
ed in the world as an outstanding mortician.
Comervarion and Wild Life Club I, 25 Chrfr' Club 3.
Macungie, Route 1
Quiet, flirtatious, and friendly, with a pleasing smile, Julie, was always
happily singing or yodeling. She, liking neat clothing and handsome men, spent
most of her spare time in the movies. Her main interest for the future is to go
abroad with a U.S.O. troop.
Home Nurfing Club fPrz.fidfnO 3
DARWIN R. LEISTER
532 North Street
With a keen sense of wit, and a unique personality, Darwin has a flare
for the theatrical and the dramatic, as evidenced by his skillful character
portrayal of Uncle Walter. He enjoys attending all sports events and listening
to popular music. Always neat, and with an obsession for smart clothes, he
aspires to manage an exclusive clothing store for men.
Th: Talllrr CCla.r.r Erlilorl 35 "january Thaw" 3,' Monifor Club 2, 3,' Cl1z.fJ
and Cberkerr Club 2.
Cla: Club 1,' Chorux I, 2, 3,' lllomlor Club 2 fgzrreiaryl 3 fithlmc Club I 2
NANCY L. LICHTENWALNER
143 North Fifth Street
Lichty was the lively captain of the girls basketball team. Because of her
continual talking and giggling, there was never a dull moment. Her favorite
pastimes are dancing, swimming, and dating boys. She can be equally serious
and is planning to assume the responsibilities of a nurse.
I1ijefffBu.rine,r: Manager, 2, 3,' "january Thaw" 3,' Bark-elball 2, fCaplainQ
3g Chorur 25 Vanity "E" Club 35 Alhlrfic Club 2.
CAROLYN N. MANTZ
657Q Chestnut Street
Cenfral , HflO1l7IZiB
Connie, always rushing about hreathlessly at the last minute, is happy-
go-lucky, hut understanding. She is kind, good natured. and faithful in all her
school activities. Knitting and sewing take up much of her time. Conniels
love of housework will someday? make her a skilled and competent homemaker.
Library Club I, 25 Tri-lli-l' Club 3.
MARILYN M. MARSH '
669 Ridge Street 1
'lihe most talkative girl in the senior class is Marilyn. A rosy complexion
and a pleasing smile have always heen an asset to her. Dancing. flirtitig.
chewing gum, and eating are her favorite pastimes. We are sure that Marilyn
will succeed in anything she attempts. i
Macungie, Route 1
Milly, who is everyonels friend. blushes easily, is coy and modest, and dislikes
anything gaudy and flashy. She likes going to movies, and playing hasehall
and haskethall. With her experience in housework, we are sure she will make a
good wife and hotnemaker.
1-Iflzlefir Club 1, 3. l
BARBARA A. MILLER .
7-1-S Chestnut Street 1
If you hear a wide ranged voice ringing through the halls, you can he surl-
liahs will soon appear. When not causing disturbances at school, she was
usually found tumhling, roller skating, or attending movies and dances. This
talkative, energetic senior likes housework, which might he a good indication
of her future. l
Gym Tram I, 2, 3,' Library Club l,' .flllllelir Club I, 2, fPrf,rirlf21lJ 3. i
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DONALD R. MILLER
150-I Shimerville Road
Donnie is a versatile sportsmnn, participating in most school-sponsored
sports as well as hunting and fishing. He is equally interested in higher educa-
tion and plans to go to college. Recognizing his leadership and reliability.
the class elected him president, thc duties of which he performed faithfully,
efficiently, and enthusiastically.
Cln.r.r Pre.v1'tlenl 35 I1ijeffCRepor1erJ 2, 3,' Fooiball l, 2, fCapla1'11J 3,' Bafkel-
ball 1, 2,' Bafeball I, 2, 3,' Mmzilor Club 2, CCapra1'nJ 3,' Photography Club 1,'
1"ar.r1'ly "E" Club 2, 3.
The Taltler fClub Edilorj 3,' Glee Club 25 Clmruf I, 2, 3: Girl Re.vrrw.r l,
LEONORE M. MILLER
One of Perry Como's most ardent fans is Leonore. She also enjoys ice
skating, dancing, and motoring. Her fingers prove their skill in both playing
the piano and typing. Her expressive eyes and intelligence will add to her
appearance and competence as a secretary.
LEVANE A. MILLER
A carefree guy with a pleasing personality, Popeye has a way with the
girls. He likes dancing, fishing, skating, and keeping telephone operators
busy with certain numbers. Although his future is undecided we are sure
his friendliness will enable him to succeed in whatever he chooses.
Confervaiion and Wild Life Club 25 Cheff' Club 3.
RAYMOND C MILLER
1125 Pennsylvania Avenue
Good natured and fun loving, Ramey spent his time playing baseball, taking
in the latest movies, and playing popular records. For a hobby, he liked to draw
cartoons. His pleasing personality and general ability will surely help him
to be successful in the years ahead.
Confemation and Wild Life Club fTrea:urerJ 25 Chefx' Club 3.
and reliability in housework arml certain to make a happy and pleasant homelife
IANET Y. MOATZ
' 2-l5 Ridge saw
Secretarial I fauet
Courteousness, daintiness, land neatness are -lanet's outstanding qualities.
Inquisitive people are her only aversion. Her favorite pastimes include knitting,
reading, and vacationing and boating at Saylor's l.ake. Janet's creativeness
for a lucky husband.
SUSAN I. MOHR
Macungie, Route 1 I
Her friendliness and mischievous nature combined with wit and a keen
sense of humor have made Susie attractive to her many friends. Susie wlas
generally busy knitting, attending the movies, or driving her brother's Ford.
She was always enthusiastic in lending a helping hand at all our school functiods.
The Tatller Cdrlveriixivzg lllanagerj 3g Knitting Club 1,' Chem and Clierkdrf
I1lJ!ffcCifC1ll!ll1i07lll1!l7I!lgt+"J2 flrl Irluor 3' anuarv fha 0 3 'S'Iurlen!
Council 1, fTrea5urefD 2, 3,' Kinitmig Club I 2
WILLIIAM H. MOHR
SZQ North Street
Induftrial 1 "Bill"
Bill is a likable, friendly, and pleasant guy to have as a friend. He is the
type of fellow who will always help one out in a predicament. Bill liked all
sports, but baseball and basketball were his favorites. Collecting phonograph
records and watching television lake up most of his time.
DUAN12 K. MOYER F
Happy, cheerful, noisy, and jovial are Duane's outstanding qualities.
He was usually at Pop Rauch's store, or getting into trouble on the school busi.
In his spare time he was usually singing hillbilly songs or playing his Jew's
harp. I-lis interest for the future seems to be hunting and trapping with hila
pals in the Canadian wilds. I
Clee Club 3,' Pllolograpby Club 2,' Cliefx' Club 3. 1
Conxefvaiimi aml llfilrl Lzfe Club I
RONALD A. MOYER
554 Minor Street
Small of stature, and shy with girls, Shorty is a whiz on ice skates or on
a roller rink. He was a serious student who always worked first and joked
afterwards. Because of his friendly and pleasing personality we know Shorty
will be a respected officer in the United States Air Force.
Cllerr and Clrrclfrx Club I C07lft'fU!1l101l mul llfilrl Life Club 2,' Clzefx' Club 3.
THOMAS E. MUTCHLER
49 South Fifth Street
General " Tom"
Tom, one of the rugged guards on our football team, is a neat, talkative
lad with a pleasing personality. His main attractions are blondes, Pontiacs,
and parties. His aim in life is to wear the blue and white of the U. S. Navy.
Foolball 1, 2, 35 Bareball fSiurlent lllanagerl I, 2, 3gCyn1na:tir Club 25 Varxiiy
"E" Club 3.
MAE L. NESTER
1442 Shimerville Road
Energetic, neat, and ambitious describe Mae, who excelled in sewing and
art. Her favorite sports are swimming and bowling which took up most of
her time. The senior class will well remember lVlae's artistry and originality
in scenery design and decorating for class functions.
Plmlography Club lg Alblelic Club 2,' flrlr and Craft! Club 3.
KENNETH C. NICHOLAS
519 Broad Street
Courteous, understanding, and energetic portray Kenny. Fond of sports,
he devoted his leisure time to basketball and bowling, and actively participated
and excelled in football. Kenny, being capable of assuming responsibility,
will surely be a successful businessman in our community.
Cla.v.r Vin Presidfnt I, 25 Football I, 2, 3,' Gym Team 1, 2. 3,' Varilly "E" Club
I, 2, UWM Prexirlenil 3.
"WW" ' ' 7 I
MAR IN T. ONDROVIC
48 outh Fifth Street
Boisterous, good natured, plrankish, and usually in trouble, he was generally
the center of attraction in the middle of his group of buddies. Marty, a rugged
muscular athlete, who held the position of a varsity guard for three years, hopes
to play professional football if the Marine Corps does not assume priority.
Football I, 2, CCapla1'11D 3,' ,Bmrkelball cslullflll lllauagzrl 3,' Bafeball 2, 3:
Track 1, 2, 3, Varnly "E" C'ub I, 2, 3.
DORIS J. ORTT
127 South Sixth Street
Secretarial "0rttiv', I
Orttie, a pretty brunette with flirting brown eyes is fun-loving, pleasing,
good natured, and well liked. She likes roller skating, basketball, swimmin g, I
and anything exciting. She spends most of her spare time driving "Stan's"
Ford. Her ambition is to become a private secretary.
Knitting Club 1, 2,' Tri-II1'-Y Club 3.
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DONAlLD G. OSWALD
Iuduftrial I "Quia"
Ossie is a cheerful, easy-goi g, but shy fellow. Among his activities are
baseball, fishing, roller skatng, and dancing. When not busy, he was usually
at his favorite hangout, the Allurtis Cut Rate Drug Store. Hesitant about
decisions, he is indifferent about! girls, and has no specific aim in the future.
The Taltlzr fCla.rf Eflitorl 3,- Gln' Club 3: Comfrvaliou and Wild Life Club 1, 2.
RONALD B. PLARR I
137 Dell Street I
Here is the seniors' number one bass player He is courteous, friendly?
cooperative, and a good sport. He enjoys driving anyone's car he can get a
hold of. When not playing in a dance orchestra or putting in time at th
Naval Reserve, Ron enjoys a quiet evening at home, playing records of Sta
Kenton and his orchestra. I
F ooiball I,' Concert Orcltextra 1, 2, fyicf Pre.f1'dentD 3,' Dann' Orchnira I, 2, 3
Gln Club 35 Cltoru: 3,' Gyumartic Club fPre:ideutD 3. I
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MARY E. READLER
Aeadem ic Mary
A determined, conscientious, and attentive student, Mary hopes to continue
her education to become a teacher. She is admired for her sincerity and modesty
despite her quick temper. Although outstanding for her scholasticism, Mary
has an intense interest in sports, especially for her favorite team. the Phillies.
lhe Talllrr flvformle lflzlor 3 Cler Club 1,' Choruf I, 2, 35 K7l1.lf1-fig Club
ELIZABETH A. REESER
808 Fernwood Street
Inexhaustible patience, cheerful smile, and sympathetic understanding of
human nature add to Betsy's many fine qualities. After being transferred from
Allentown, Betsy entered lf. H. S. in her senior year and made many friends.
Her competence and willingness will help her succeed in becoming an efficient
Chorux 35 Tri-Ili-Y 3.
JEANETTE C REINHARD
304 North Seventh Street
Sparkling blue eyes, a charming personality, and a likable disposition
describe Nettie. She was usually talking and running around the halls with
an impish smile, and supporting our team with her dynamic cheerleading
ability. This lass enjoys movies, dancing, swimming, and vacationing at
Saylor's Lake. Her ambition is to be a successful secretary.
The Tarller fFea1ure Edilorl 35 Cheerleader 2, 35 Monitor Club 2, 3,' l'arx1'!y
"E" Club 3: Library Club 1, 2.
ANN C. REINSMITH
332 North Third Street
This talkative lass, with the beautiful brown eyes, a sparkling personality,
and a devilish grin was elected Junior Prom Queen. Ann was a capable basket-
ball player, and a peppy cheerleader. She enjoys dancing, slumber parties,
and vacations at Saylor's Lake. Ann's ambition is to become a physical educa-
tion instructor, or an air stewardess.
Clay: Secretary I, 2,' Tlze Talfler fCla:: Edirorj 3,' Baxleelball I, 2, 3,' Cheer-
leader 2, 3g lllorzifor Club 2, 3,' Library Club fSecretaryJ 1, fPref1'denll 25 Varxily
"E" Club fSecreZaryJ 3.
LERlOY s. REPPERT
Allentown, Route 2
General 1 Repperl
Whether it is part time worlk in the silk mill after school, or taking in sight
seeing jaunts with his girl friend, Reppert is always good natured and reserved.
He likes week-end trips withl his car and enjoys automobile races. Being
industrious and reliable he willlsurely be a capable truck driver
Carzl Club 1,' Comeruafinn alul llfilfl Life Club 2, 3.
ELAINE G. RICHARD l
333 Broad Street
Small, pert, and energetic best describe Elaine. Her radiant smile, pleasipg
disposition, and irrepressihle humor have made her an amiable classmate.
Roller skating, dancing, movies, and driving her father's car consumed most
of her leisure time. She hopes to pursue a nursing career in the fall. l
The Tafller fFealure Ediforl 35 Gym Team 2, 3,' Girl Refervex Ig Knitting
Club 2,' Vanity "E" Club 3.
GEIlALD R. ROTH
Iudurtrial 1 "ferry"
Cheerful, happy-go-lucky, w,th a mild temper, Jerry was usually working
at Ryan's Service Station in his pare time. He is content only when full of oil
and grease, and tinkering around something mechanical. ln the future he hopes
to become a full-fledged mechanic and run his own garage.
Confervaiiou and lVilrl Life Flub 25 Cbefx' Club 3.
JACOB G. RUPP
Emmaus, Route 1 1
Jake, I1 well liked fellow, is self-reliant, modest, and courteous. He partici-
pates in basketball, baseball, and outdoor sports. He especially liked to gf
ice skating, and on long sporty trips. ,lake hopes to drive a large tractof
trailor truck on cross country runs. i
Scabbard and Blade Club 2g Cymuaxiie Club I, 3,' Clee Club 3,' Clmru: 31,
Sludent Council 1: llloniior Club 2. 3.
ANNA F. SCHIRMACHER
Maeungie, Route 1
Anna. coming from Kutztown in her sophomore year. has won many friends.
She enjoys swimming and movies, as much as she dislikes sewing and house-
work. liaskethall and softhall are among her favorite sports. Her wish is
someday to hecome a registered nurse.
.lrlx mul Crqfif Club I,' flllllflic Club 2. 3.
MARTHA S. SCHIRMACHER
Macungie, Route 1
Martha. easy-going and soft-spoken, is well known hecause 0lil1Ul' friendli-
ness. She enjoys skating, dating, and attending lf. H. S. baskethall games. 'lihat
twinkle in her hlue eyes, her amiahility, and her neatness will help her become a
graceful, efficient nurse for some lucky doctor.
Cll0f1l.f 2: Jrlf and Craflf Club l,' llomc' .hillfflillg Club 2,' ljffllllllllilfi Club
DOROTHY M. SCHMALDINST
Zionsville, Route 1
N A Y,
Wherever there was laughter, there was Dot. Her friendly and under-
standing disposition made her many friends. She is cooperative and amhitious:
likes dancing. music. skating. and boating, hut rehels against gym classes.
We are sure that with her husiness ability she will make an efficient secretary.
Gln' Club 2: Clmruy I, 2, 35 Girl Rfffrver 2,' Tri-lli- Y Club 3.
ESTISLLE L. SCHNELLMAN
Emmaus, Route 1
Shy. quiet, hut friendly. Dusty was usually seen sharing her laughs with
Shellie. She will he rememhered for her skill in volley hall. Sports, movies, danc-
ing, and parties are her favorite pastimes. liagerness, reliahility, and con-
scientiousness are her admirable qualities. and foretell a successful career as
Ili jeff flftrliange Erlilorj 2, 3: Gln' Club I, 2,' Choruf I, 2, 35 .llorzilor Club
2, 35 Girl Rc'.rfrw.r l. 2.
RAYMOND L. SCHRANTZ
V South Seventh Street
Although Rainey enjoys parifies and social affairs, he is a follower of sports
such as baseball, basketball. target shooting. and other physical activities. He
is fond of machinery, and enjclys dismantling, diagnosing, and reassembling
intricate gadgets. A hobby which has inspired him to take up farming with
all its fascinating, agricultural lmachinery.
Club 1, 3.
ARLENE D. SCHUECK 5
Macungie, Route 1 l
Arlene, a quiet girl with sparkling blue eyes, is always willing to help othe s.
Driving a certain Plymouth Coupe is her favorite pastime. She dislikes wrest-
ling and boxing. Ifa certain fellow does not change her plans, Arlene's amhiti n
is to become a switchboard operator.
Glce Club 2,' Cboruf 3,' Tri-Ili-Y Club 3. W
CAROLPKN K. SCHUECK
Cwzeral l "Clint"
This tall, slender, brunette gil'l was known to everyone by her dark, fascin-
ating eyes, and her sparkling smile. Although resourceful and courteous in the
classroom, she let go her fun-loving spirit outside of school. Music, dancing.
and skating occupied most of her leisure time.
Clzoruf 3,' Girl Rareruex I,' K71ilf1il1g Club 25 Home Nurring Club 3.
LAMAR R. SCHWARTZ I
106 South Fifth Street
l,alVlar, a natural accordionist, is well known for his appearance on telaf-
vision. A happy-go-lucky sort of guy, he is friendly to everyone. He hopmis
to become a nationally known accordionist, or a golfer, and with his staminqa
and ability l.efry will undoubtedly achieve his goal. l
Baxkzlball QSHIIIEHI lllanagfrj I,' Dance Orclzeffru 3,' lllonilor Club 2,
Chant and Clzeckerf Club 1, cljffilitlfllfb 25 Dramalicf Club Cpffffdflllj 3.
Glrc Club 3,' Cl1oru.r 3, lllonilml Club 2, 35 Sfabbanl and Blade Club 25 Gym mulic
RUSSELL A. SEIBERT
South Second Street
Sensitive. strong-willed, and aggressive, Russ has strong likes and dislikes.
Although caustic in his criticism, he is kind and will go out of his way to do a
favor for a friend. Being restless and impulsive, he will only be content as
a world traveler.
Confrrvafion and Wild Life Club 1, CTreaxurerJ 3.
LESTER H. SHAFER
Nlacungie, Route 1
Shy and quiet, l.es was a cooperative and ambitious student. His favorite
1 subjects were science and shop work, and he was especially interested in leather-
! work. Les also found time to tinker with mechanical gadgets and repair
automobiles, a hobby which may develop into a career. Q
NIRA J. SHELLY
205 North Sixth Street I
Nira, a cheerful, fun-loving girl, always brightened up a class with one of
her unpredictable statements. Rooting at games, singing, and dancing occu-
pied most of her spare time. Here is one secretary that will make life for her
boss exciting and eventful.
Ili fReporltrD 2, fFralurz Edilorj 3,' Gln Club 2,' Clzoruf 2. 3: Studenl
Council I,' llfonilor Club 2, 3: Library Club 1, Ufice Prnidrntj 2.
ROBERTA J. SHINER
529 Minor Street
Bobbie, an attractive strawberry blonde, who has a weakness for beautiful
clothing, wishes to become a professional model. She was active in all activities,
and was outstanding as head majorette. Driving, swimming, skating, and danc-
ing at l3ussy's took up much of her time.
Barkslball l,' Gym Team 1, 2,' lllajoretlf I, 2, Uleadj 3,' Knilling Club I,'
Girl Rerervef 25 Industrial Arif Club fSecrelaryl 3.
LEONARD E. SHOEMAKER
225 orth Seventh Street
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Moehaker, a hilarious Jokqster, has a strong and dominating personality.
His experience as a Caddie master has inspired him to be a professional golfer.
He spent most of his time playing basketball, dancing-especially with senior
girls, and driving his "29" VVhippet. Yve will always remember him for his
mimicry and witty expressionb.
Slug: Ilamll, 2, 35 Cymuarlik Club l,'Cl1f:: 1 ml Cberkfrf Club 2, f1'rc'J1'rlc'11tj3.
MARTHA -I. SHOEMAKER
To many people, Jeanie may appear to be shy, reserved, and poised, b it
her companions know her as an amusing and understanding friend. Shelis
one ofthe few persons who is both attractive and intelligent. Her pleasing
disposition, patience, and stability will surely be valuable assets for a successllil
career in teaching.
Tbf Talller Qflfxociafe lfrlitorj 3,' Glee Club I,' Clzoruf 1, 2, 3,' Sludenl Coundil
2, CSfcrz'InryJ 3: lllonilor Club 2, .3,' Girl Referbef I: Clzeff and Clwclefrf Club
fsfffflllfyb 2. I Q
RENIA SMOYER I
Alburtis, Route 1 I
lfriendly and lively, Renia was liked by all who knew her because of heri
happy-go-lucky manner and her ability to make friends. She enjoys dancing,I
roller skating, and driving her father's car. Her pleasing voice will be ani
asset to her as a switchboard operator.
Cboruf 3,' Tri-Hi-Y Club 3.
EARL s. SMITH
1317 West Minor Street
Gmzeral 1 "Smitty"
Smitty, an individualist with a strong will, was an ardent, aggressive leader.
Although he disliked school, he vslas an outstanding football player and a credit
to our baseball team. In his spzlre time he could usually be found arguing at
Bussy's or Weida's. In the future Earl hopes to become a member of the U. S.
Marine Corps. I
Clan' Pretrirlerzl I, 2,' The Talllel Cddverliring llllllldgffu 35 Football 1, fffaplainj
2, 3,' Bafleelball I,' Baxeball I, 2, 35 Varsity "E" Club I, 2, fPre.ri:lenlJ 3,' Gym
Team I, 2, 3.
DENNIS R. STAUFFER
17 North Fourth Street
Academ ic Rodney
Rodney. a curly-haired, active, and cheerful companion. was a reliable
bass in the chorus. He was equally fond of dance music, and attended most
of the school dances. During his vacations he spent his time golfing, bowling,
and swimming. Soft-spoken, intellectual, and scientifically-minded, Rodney
has the stability and patience to be a successful pharmacist or scientist.
The Talilfr fSporl.f Erlilorl 3,' "january Tllflflln 3: Baml I,' Glf: Club 2:
Chorus 2, 3, Sludfnl Council 1, 2, 3,' Cooking Club fPre.rirlenlJ I,' Typing Club
DONALD C. STICHTER
Stichter, cheerful, pleasing, and an outstanding athlete, with hopes of main-
taining a career in professional baseball, is an agreeable and likable fellow
and easy to get along with. Much of his time is spent watching television,
movies, and driving a blue DeSoto with a certain girl.
Bayrball 1, 2, 35 Comervaliofi and llfilrl LU? Club 25 Ifvtlfjftj' "lf" Club 3.
l RANQILS -l S l ICI-ITIQR
Attractive, talkative, and with sparkling auburn hair. Fran was known to
everyone for her friendly smile and keen sense of humor. Much of her leisure
time is spent going to the movies and learning to drive. Fran's prime ambition
is to enlist in the United States Air Force.
The Talfler ffldverliring lllllflllgffj 3,' Glee Club I,' Clirouf I,' Girl Rffrrwr 1, 2
ARTH UR 14. STORTZ
668 Chestnut Street
This ambitious, capable. and congenial lad has proven himself an effective
and efficient liditor-in-Chief of "The Tattlerf' He was always striving for a
just cause and willing to help others, which accounts for his interest in psychol-
ogy and studying people. Stortz's ambition is to be a politician, a United States
Tlie Tatller Qlldilor-iii-Clziejll 3, "january Thaw" 3, Sluflenf Counril 3,' Slngr
Ilanrl I, 2, 35 Confervalion and llfild Life Club UTC: Ijffifdfllly I, fpffilllfllly 2.
HARRISON T. STOUDT
-L22 iouth Fifth Street
I1za'115l1'1'al , Hllarryu
Harry's aim in life is to hcl a draftsman in which he can use his power of
imagination. He is a horn actor, an inexhaustihle storyteller, and a witty
conversationalist. Dancing. istening to dreamy music, ice skating, and
swimming take up most of his lleisure time.
"january Tlmuf' 3,' Track lg Cynlzzaffic Club I,' Clzfxrx and Cllffkffi Club 2,'
"li" Club Z, 3,' Cl1c',v.v 11mlCbc'cker,r Club I. l
Cllllffy Club 3. l
WILLARD W. STRATZ
842 Chestnut Street l
Congenial and fun-loving, Vllillard has spent much of his time in howlil g
halls and on dance floors where he has made many friends. l-lis diploma y,
efficiency, and conscientiousness have made him a respected and reliallle
sports manager. His aim is to he a professional athletic trainer, and the pilo-
prietor of a chain of howling alleys.
1li QReporlerj 2, CPage Edilorl 3,' "january Thaw" 3,' Foolball fslitdtvll
.lllfllllljlffy 2, 3,' Track cslullflll illmzagerj I, 2, 3,' lllonilor Club 2, 3,' faulty
IQSTHER M. SWAVELY
119 Nhrth Second Street
SL'L'l'L'lIl7'1'6ll I Efthcr
Friendly, sincere, and depehdahle is Esther. Dancing, baking cookies,
and talking to people are her favclrite pastimes. VVith many interests in sports,
she is an enthusiastic swimmihg and baskethall fan. Her willingness and
ahility to adapt herself to new clonditions will help her to succeed in whatever
she may undertake. L
The Talller CFeaIurf Edi1orD:3,' Library Club I, 2.
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HENRIETTA TAIVIERLER i
Macungie, Route 1
Intelligent. happy-go-lucky, and congenial, this attractive hlonde wals
usually found talking to everyone she met. Driving a car and ice skatinll
consume most of her leisure time. Her efficiency and understanding will he
her most valuahle assets for her career as a well-groomed and competenlt
The Talllfr fClub lfdilorl 3,' Band 1, 2,' Conrerl Orrlmrlra 2. 1
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SANDRA M. THOMPSON
226 Long Street
:Xn intelligent and efficient student, Sandra has hopes of becoming a labora-
tory technician. Sparkling and vivacious. with a boisterous laugh, she was
a rooter at all E. H. S. sports events. Sandra likes swimming, knitting, and
parties. ln her leisure time she attends the movies, watches television, and
plays the piano.
Ili I ff fkfpnrlrrl 2 Nr or Copx Lflrlor 3,' Clzoruf 2, 3,' Library Club 1, 2.
LLOYD A. WEAVER
213 South Thirteenth Street
General H mwr
Weaver, a good natured senior of small stature and tireless energy, found
time for driving, dancing, and flying. A sturdy fellow, he was an agile, scrappy
football player and a spry trackman on the 220. His earnestness and persever-
ance favor a profitable and successful career in either aviation or architecture.
Cym1za.rIic Club 3.
MARY LOUISE L. WENDLING
-1,08 South Fourth Street
Sam-mf-ia! "1l1'a1'y Lou"
Talkative, cheerful, and attractive, Mary Lou was a very understanding
and sympathetic friend. She was always chatting with her many friends.
lVluch of her leisure time was spent going to movies and driving. We are
certain she will be successful as a secretary.
Knilling Club 2, fSecre!aryJ 3.
Football I, 2, 3,' Trark 1. 2, 3,' Gym Team 2,' Srabbard and Blade Club I 2
JACK G. WIEDER
242 North Street
Here is Jack, one of our modest baseball managers. Windy has made many
friends because of his likable character and unusual sense of humor. He spent
his summers at the Lehigh Country Club with the "big names" in the golfing
world. Boosting the man-power ofthe United States Navy is his main ambition.
Foolball I. 2, 3,' Bafeball fsludflll lllanagerj 1, 2, 3,' Conffrvalion and llfild
Lzlfe Club I, 2,' Varfily "E" Club 3.
LOUHSE W. WIEDER
5-ll Broad Street
Secretarial 3 Louife
Pleasant, charmin f, and alwavs smiling, l,ouise was constantlv dreaming
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of becoming a wife of some lucky fellow. She was an inseparable chum of
Fran's. Althourh qualified t be a secretary, Louise is more interested in
clerical work because of the ,many various and interesting experiences it
Tlze Tarller Cdzlverlixirzg Managlrj 3,' Knilfing Club 1, 2.
RICHARD A WIEDER l
182 Harrison Street 4
Dick was one of the constant arguers of our class, but very likable ahd
easy to get along with. He has great musical talent and was an ourstandilng
drummer in the band and orchestra. WVith his ability to manage and 2lSSUlll'lC
responsibility, he someday wishes to better the grocery business.
Band I, 2. U'iee Prexidenlj 3,' Clee Club 1, 2, 3,' Clzorur 1, 2, 3,' Chef: abul
Clierlcerr Club 1,' Conxervafion and Ilfilfl Life Club 2,' Slage Ilaml 2, 3,' Dramallev
Club fl'1'ee l're.firle11lj 3. 1
GEORGE E. WINZER
52 South Fourth Street
Lively, likable, boisterous, ulith a crazy sense of humor-that's Amil-fond
of girls, dancing, eating, all types of music. and his Ford. In the future, this
energetic musician plans to enter vocational school to learn the repairing of
musical instruments. l
Band I, 2, 3,' Concert Orelzellra 1, 2, 3,' Dance Oreheflra 1, 2, 3,' Clee Club
1, 2, 3,' Clzorur 1, 2, 3,'Coolci1zg Club1,'Drama!ieJ Club 3.
SHIRLEY I. WOTRING '
Mertztown, Route 1
Ce-neral "Swattzel '
This lively and energetic young lass was usually driving the gang arourld
in her Dad's Studebaker truck. Although Shirley Claimed she disliked hous '-
work, she could usually be found talking with some engaging fellow. After
graduation, she hopes to be a credit to the United States Air Force. l
Knilling Club 25 zlrlf and Crqflf Club 3,' Clee Club 1,' Clzorur I, 2, 3. I
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JOHN P. YANOCHKO
545 Furnace Street
johnny. a loquacious lad at times. was liked by all, and will be remembered
for his giggle and pleasing smile. In his leisure time you could find him driving
his hrother's "49" Chevy. .lohnny's ambition is to wear the steel colored
uniform of il state trooper.
Typing Club 2,' Clzzff' Club 3.
DOLORES J. YOUNG
Talkative, friendly, and always willing to help others is Del. When not
attending the movies or a good football game, she could usually be found knitting
or listening to popular music. Although she has no plans for the future we
know she will succeed in whatever she undertakes.
Baxleellmll fsludtnl lllmmgzrl 1, 2,' Knitting Club I, 2, 3.
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.
Much we did in
Things we'll do
these silent stone walls shouting
their words of would-be woe
them plead with hopes and doubting
them tell us not to go.
which are of yoreg
rooms now empty
and see no more.
is our gay
Alma Mater! Alma Mater!
Hear our song of thanks to thee!
Hold in keeping joy and weeping,
Hold our blessed memory.
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Lffl lo Riglll Fir!! RI11'U.'Bl'Ilflk'lll
Herman, Da-l.ong. Railler. Wlyers. D
Butz. Heiney. Clewell. Semin! Rnfc'
Sassaman. Reins. Anderson. Rein
hardt. Sachs, N. Butz. M. Smith
Thin! Row: lohst. lfretz, lluss. Arnold
Nlclfetritlge. lfschenbach. :Xten
Kohler. Fnurlh Rnfzz' Niess. Knauss
I-Iillt-gags, Silva. lick. Miller. R
Smith. Fifllz Ro-:c': Charlesworth
Rohrbach. Gardner. l.etterhouse.
The capability and uniqueness of the Alunior Class can well be illustrated by their
three social functions of the year. The first, "junior-Jamboree," was successfully
launched on November -L Fortune telling, a cider garden, a bake and white elephant
sale, and a game room were some of the features open to the public, making it an
entirely different affair. After a complete sell-out, a dance was held in the gym.
On March 6. the -lunior Declamation Contest was held in which ,lune Arnold
took top honors. The high spot of the year was the Junior Prom, held at the Lehigh
Country Club on April 20. Their last social function was the memorable "Senior
l"arewell,', held at the Owls Home on June 6. N
These 137 hluniors, wearing their cardinal and gray colors, with a yellow tea rose
in their lapel, are well qualified to take over the leadership of lfmmaus High School.
y s icciz ivm iz ii 1,
Lrjfl In Riglzl l"ir.rl Ru-rv: Gross
Hilbert, Seidel, llraim, Hess, lfindlay
Weil. lfrederick, Conrail. lf. Mohr
mer. Miller. Kline. Reifinger, C
hard. Giering, Siegfried, B. Mohr
Madtes. Fozlrllz Rare: -loan Sell
David. ,lane Sell, Brown. lflexer
Smith. Snyder. llertzog. l,audenslager
Fzifllz Row: Polster. llaumer, Oswald
Neimeyer. Frey. -l. llieber, Millhouse
Sfmmi Rocca' Marks. Reichartl, XYim-
Bieber, lfeatlinger, Schwar. Tlzirzl
Roca: Kichline. lfglin, Long. New-
lmfl In Righlf l"1'r.fl Rofv: Haines.
Gowvr. Sell, lVl0j'L'l',Li0l1I'2l1l, Running
cr. l'. Milllmousc. U. Millhousc, D
llvnsingcr. Boyer. Sfmmi Rua'
Riclnml. Butz. lin-ckcr. Pin-rug. l'ilSl1l'I'
Rcirnznn-r. R. Nlillvr. Sromlr, Antler
Thin! Rn:z'.' Da-rr. lVla-alcr. C. Miller
Gcist. C. llcnsingvr. Wctzcl. Polsrcr
l.ulwnlwrg. Fnurlh Row: Rinlccr
.-Xmlzuns. Sclxwurrz, lFl0lvl.l111lI1, Sflllllll-CI'
llortl, Klingcr. OIL-ksu. Brown.
flFFlCliRSZ Gzxrnlnur QI'rr,fz'dn10, S1lL'llSfSF!'TFfl1fj',, .-Klwlsliks: Nlr. liurgu s N cn
Brown fl'1'ff l'rr,v1'1lfr1tj. llim-lwr fTf1'1l.fIlft'fD. Mr. llunsu
l,.'jfl In Riglzl' l"1.f.ff Row: NYilt.
Srznnlvll-r, Kulmns. l"c-nsrcrnmkur.
Srruusc. UrH'c1'. Buclu-ckcr. Roman-
cllnk. Svrrnzd Raw: Mzarslm, llortl.
Srolllct. l,orisl1, llulwr, Conlon,
llltrcr. Tlzfnl Row: RL-lclulrnl, Rulss,
tl t I
l .-XL'ADlilVl IL'
Snyder. Urfft-r, Dt-isrlicr,
rr mul Row: Stoudt, Gt-isiitger,
lotb. Dcvuraux. Rollman.
Orricisus: Wit-der Q1'rf,riflrnrj, lleiinhacli
CSfrn'laryJ. Knauss Cliff? I'rr,ti1Iz'nll. Heist
fTrfa,rurfrj. Anvlslaus: Mr. llt-nficld. lVli
licar, Miss Hauser. lVlr. Ortt.
.. .t M
km-cbt. Youkonis. Fnurtlz Roto:
Rittt-r,Wt-aver, l"t-gt-ly, lirosky,
Wilfingur, li. 'l'rt-icblcr, l..
Nlillcr, Arnold, Blank. Fiflli
Roca: l-loffman, Thompson. D.
Moya-r. N. Moyer, Mitcln-II.
Sixflz Row: Kozak. l.t-ist-r.
lVlL-nxt-l. Marks. Nl. Nlillcr.
Martin. W'illiams, A. Moya-i'.
Yfwrltll Row: RCl1l2ll0y, R.
lireiclilclx Mintz, Rabn. Buss.
Reed. Wit-der, Knauss.
The class of 1953 began the year with the special privilege
of initiating the unluck "'Frosh,' with vengeance, remember-
ing their distasteful ex eriences a year ago.
Looking hack to their freshman year, these ambitious
sophomores endeavoredl to make this year even more success-
ful. They opened the social season on February 24 with a
dance, the "Starlight Vlfhirlf' Libby Guinta and his Orches-
tra provided the music' for this enjoyable affair which was
held in the gym. The second dance was held on May S and
was equally successful.' Thus ended their social activities
for the year.
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Having contributed much to the social and sports events,
these 184 sophomores are looking forward with high hopes
to returning next fall and taking over the position of exalted
lajfl In Rigfzl- Firfl Rn-:c'.' llcff-
ner. lluiinhach. lVlt-yt-rs, Slmafvr.
Rt-ms. Knapp, Yan-ck. Heist.
1711.711 Row: Alnig, Knoll.
Szuppur, Althouse. Kl'l11lllL'l't'l',
,. lVlutli. lrautt. Cocklm. llousc-
Allentlvr. AIrl1ousc.Gi'ccnha um.
Lzfl In Riglll l"l.f.l'f Rofv: Drcns.
D. W1-nalling. llcinrzulmun.
Miller, K.-rclnwr. Mn-flu-l,
Gzuspcr. llollznnl. lirinlu-r. R.
Rcinlmzml, Kulmns, Ncinu-yor.
Srroml Roux' 'lll'Q'Tl'k'l'. licltlcf.
Swank, Sn-ll. Diller. Nvstcr. R.
Rcinlmzml. 'l. Nloyvr. Rollrlmclx.
Sll1ll1l1WL'll1'l'. Third Rofv:
Worm-l. lllnnk, Y. Hmvcrrvr.
lfink. Crcssmzm. Rorlwrnwl.
Rl'll-lI1j.ll'll, Rompcllu. fiflllffll
Rnfv: xvlIlfL'l1lj.1llI'. Small. Sv-
lmrlng. lin-y, l'ln-ycr. Buss, C.
l lowcrtur, l'. Wvcmlllng.
Walla-rs. Fifth Row: Wicdcr.
l"lcxcr, Miliniclmik. Storm-r.
Volk. llcrnmny. Kruslcy. Pav-
1lllK'llO. Sixllz Rufr: l'i02lI'l1k'I'.
l'olsrur. Krcsslcy. RlllllIl0Il
DL-l,0ng. Hillugnss. lfnusr,
Srvxnllz Row: Wcrln-rlmold.Srnl1l,
Scln-llcnlu-rgcr, Yn-zulu-l. Knnuss.
ll. Moycr. Sclmrzulm-r. lick.
l,fjfl In Riglzl- Firxr Row: Heck,
liilliu, Dries. Kern. Siugllrlccl,
BIlSfl1ll1. Young. XVL-lllngton,
Kulp. Srroml Rnfv: S. Rolnig,
Mcrlzlc. Gclnnznn. lfink. Kress-
luy, Sn-ll. SL-ilu-rr. Yons. 7711.711
Row: D. Romlg. Y. Klllllllxlllllll.
l'n-tors. Bonn. Rice. lfvgloy,
Sn-plu-ns. Wngmr. lfourlh
Row: Wim-nlcr. Yocum. Sclmlort.
ljclmrcmvznlncr, Dorm-y. Long,
llcrr, Knorr. Fifflz Row: l,n-vy.
R. l,SXN'1llil. Ziegler. Montgom-
vry, lVlillrr. Kohl.-r, C. Sclnn-ck,
Ziegler. SIRVIII Row: ,l. Sclnn-ck.
l.ulu-1. Koller. Gcisingvr, l'l.
Uswnlal. King. R. Klllll-lllllilll. '
F reyhmzm Clam'
The class ol' 1954 started a new phase of
heir school career in the fall of 1950.
Because of the large enrollment of189, the
class was divided, three sections at the High
School and two at Lincoln .lunior High
School. The talent of the class was ahly
displayed in the animal Freshman Minstrel,
"Night and Dayf' held on February 2 and 3.
lt was a great success judging hy the attend-
ance and the appreciation of the audience.
ln Spring they proudly sponsored a dance,
their only social activity of the year, held
on lVlay 19.
Lrjfl In Riglzl-1 lfifff Rove: Nvaschelc.
Clewell. llerlcy. Dicltcrt. Kline.
Romanehuk. Allender. Oswald. llersh.
Bauman. Serum! Ru-rv: Genovese.
Hensinger. David. lfegley. Andrews.
l.l0yd. lirahler. C. Clauser. llrinlcer.
Tliinl Row: lakacs. lfatula. Druck-
enuiiller. Holtz. li. Clauser. Geiger.
Conrad. Nl. George. Fourlh Row.
Srauflier. Urland. C. George. fleinow.
lfensrerniaker. Miller. Bender. Musser.
Frflll Rumi: Frey. Sterrler. Rainer.
Cope. Diehl. Bowers.
11191-ilC1iliSZ Reiss Cliffl'rr,f1'dfri1J. Kirby cllffjitlfillba
Andrews fSfrrflaryj. AIDVISIERSI Mr. Becker. Miss Dils.
Nllullin f1'n'11.rurfrJ. M rs. llielier. Mr. Roeder.
Lrffl In Right- -1"z'r.vf Row: Meirzler,
Kohler. liilhert. Moyer, l.ippowirsch.
Kershner. Spencer. Wisser. Spayd,
YVhirenight. Sfmzzzl Rocca' Kline.
Geist. l.orish. Smith. Silvius. Sachs.
Reinsmirh. Pokorny. Mintz. Third
Row: Kulp. Ferguson. l.okez. Cress-
man. Kern. Ziegler. Krauss, Stein.
Ifoizrtli Row: Raudenlvush. Ruddell.
Minnieh. Reichelderfer. lfvans. Kirhy.
Reiss. lfisenhard. Seaman. Fziflfz Row:
House-knechr. Krick. Nlcliinley. Bear.
S lifl ION 9-3
l.rQft In Rfglzl F1'r,vl Rrrscx' llvzln-l'x11:ll1.
Marks. Kisrlcr. lVlcN:ll1ls. Cops,
Gordon. lillgll. Sclu-rvr, Dru-as. Sn'-
mzd Rnfr: llmclw. llcrlwstcr. Smith.
Slunlr. Mill. NVQ-lulw. Gu-iss. xv1ll'l11'
lu-ssvl. Tllllftf Roto: Sclum-lrzlc.
l,ll'fl'lCll. Millcr, Rzullcr. ROIIIIQ,
l,nmr. slmlcrson. Siclwr. 1'sUIl7'fl1
lwrzx' K0l1lL'l'. Dzlvisl, Scip. R0l1rlw:u:l1.
Knrmlos, .-Xmlrn-ws. Gcnry. Fxiflll Row.-
lfclz. l,:uulcnslngvr, Notlwstn-ln. llortz.
l.Ql'l in Rllghl Fin! Rofv: liuslwr.
lllinnlclw. l:l'ZlfllL'lA. Gzllllnzl. Sn-ll.
Slmiffort. Gnrmzm. ll-rnolsyl. llam-
snilu-x'. Srmml Rnrr: il. Dm-rr. l.. ll-rr.
l'llSk'llt'l'. Gmluslzy. lJL'fN'l'llk'l'. lim-hm.
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At this notable occasion in our lives, WE, the Clan of 1951, having completed
a most enjoyable and profitable high school career, do hereby make, publish, and
declare this to be our last IV!!! and Tfftamfut. i
To our most worthy successors, The Clafy of 1952, we bequeath our most
cherished rights and possessions. j
The exclusive right to plan and publish Thf Tattlcr.
The sole right to assume all the refponfibilitiff and exp.e1z.ffJ of the Seniors.
The honor of wearing those majestic black capl and gownx.
The exclusive right to select and produce a Slfnior Clan Play.
The privilege of enjoying and having the dream come true, namely Senior Day.
To all future claffef who pass through the aged,and venerable halls of learn-
ing at E. H. S. we bequeath the following highly priied privileges and possessions.
The right to surpass us in all zzchifzrfvfzmzff which we have accomplished in
order to better education. '
The comfortably furnished claxxroovrzf with their textbooks and teaching aids.
The excellent rmclmzg fmff who has helped us bn our merry road of life.
We hereby, make, constitute, and appoint the 'Clan of 1952 to be the sole
executor of this last Will and Y'E.S'l!l1'IZl?17.f, hereby revoking all former Wills made
by us. T
IN WITNESS WHEREKDF, we have here unto subscribed our name and affixed
our seal this seventh day of June, in the year of oiur Lord one thousand nine
hundred and fifty-one. I
' CLASS OF 1951
Esther Gilbert l
Jeanette Reinhard i
Elaine Richard 1
Esther Swavely l
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noon in our Cill-t'I'l'l'l2l. '
always I'L'IMly for any special occasion.
.xomnxxns--' With :lu-sv luoys in clmrgu. rlw stage was Brs Druvnsus - 'l'l,l.sL. mm draw, tht. busts wl,ich
lHl'0lIgl1T our C0l11Il!llfl'l' pupils to Zlllil from school.
'l.Ukl'l'llI.liSS" f'l'l1c flu-Inu song of Millur. Wimlcr, Ondro- IIN' AHNHR AND DMM. IWM? 'I-lu, Smit Hawkins
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l mm uns lhgh Sthool ollus five courses ol studx to its pupils in tenth, eleventh, :ind twelfth
gi idcs lhcsc touiscs ue the At idenuc, Loinmeici il, Genet il, Industrial Arts, and Secretzuizil.
The Academic Course is offered prim-
arily for those students who wish to enter
college, nursing school, or other fields of
education. To the left is zi picture of
Section 12A in Physics class.
The lndustrizil Course is designed for
,those students who desire to enter the
Qskilled trades field. Ar the left is l2l in
:Mechanical Drawing :ind Printing class.
0 You Remember . . .
Dodging freshman initiations?
The cat in our freshman minstrel?
The boys from the Class of 'Sl mopping up the gym before the Freshman dance?
Loveris lane in the E. H. S. halls?
VVhen all the teachers gave you tests on the same day?
Rauch's during the noontime rush?
VVhen you were thrown out of classes?
Your trips to Mr. Heller's office?
The trip to the U. N.?
The excitement of having a King and Queen at the .lunior Prom?
Those two hour movies?
The days of water pistols?
When electric water coolers were installed?
VVhen the school was redecorated?
The clock in Room 18?
The snakes in IZG science class?
The big helpings of food from the cafeteria? ? ? ?
Our two day testing program in the auditorium?
The pigs in the senior class play?
The senior football players who were in the hospital?
The time we had a student council meeting in assembly?
Exchanging name cards and pictures?
Our imaginary trip to foreign lands at Christmas?
Our senior Christmas party in the gymnasium?
Our mock court trials?
The monitors, arm bands?
The citation braids the band received?
Wlieli the seniors started a dress well program?
The thrill of the Senior Ball?
The sadness at Commencement?
Saying goodbye to everyone?
High Lighff in
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L1m1s'1'x1.-xs DANCE' btunlunrs xx-nd :Xlumm vnjoycd the 5.-xmu H.-xwKxNs D.-XNCl4Zf" I he gxrls had Il chance to catch
ptlplllill' lhl'lSflHilS DZIIWU Whlfh WSIS he-ld OH DCC' their man at thc 2ll1llll1ll Szuhc Hawkins Dzxncc on
cmhcr 21. Novumhcr 24.
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with varied m-motions.
Iowxx Tlasqrsf On NON'L'lI1lTl'l'91ll1il IO. tht- scmors concvn-
trutcd on tusts to dctcrnnm-tho.-xrscholzlstlc uchlcvclm-nts.
5l'l-:c'r.-vmlas linskctlmll fans rm-luxing during halt' S'I'UDl2N'I' QOUNCII, c'UNIfIiRliNCIC Rcprusuntntivus from
llllw. schools III lour countws mot on Nova-mhn-r IS to uhscuss
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IJRIYIQR IVR.-XlNlNG""SI'llilk'I1IS for rlu- first rinu- wvrc Cxlfs .-mv f:0XYNS""Sk'l1i0l'S mlomu-d cups mul gowns You
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HUUSEKNICCHT. 'l'II I:onoRH
lfly an airplane
Become a 'pro' hasehall player
Be Il famous dancer
"Best home" nurse
.loin the Air Force
Be :In orchestra leader
Become U. S. President
Finding the right female
Become a professional trapper
Go to Canada
Own a horse
Work for tlIe FBI
l,ive in Florida
BecoIIIe a general
Drive a Chevy
Be a graduate nIIrse
Meet my dream girl
Succeed in business
Own a bakery
Have a driver's license
Be a state policeman
Be :I golf professional
Go to Florida
Be a politician
Referee college football games
A lVlZlI'ilIC Sargeant
Be in a Dixie l,and Band
Play in big leagues
Own a horse
Be a mortician
Become a movie star
Be :I traveling salesman
Be a flirt
Never fight with Donald
See john lreland
Become a 'pro' baseball player
Play an organ
IvI. I. R.
Aach, Clll leeva! 4
Oh, l don't know!
What tlIe heck? '
Cut it out! I
Gees Oh! I
Gosh darnit! I
What a revolting development this is!
Now get out! l
Flu h-a-Il ll bl !
For Pete's sake!
Darn all anyway! '
NVait for me! I
Come one't here! '
For real! I
How much for you?
'lllIat's for sure! 1
What about it?
Do l have everything?
Good one! I
Hi, Schnook! I
It's pathetic! '
Sounds logical! l
Say, fellow! l
You dumb Jack! ,
Yeah, tlIats what you think!
'l'hat's logical! '
Oh, say fellow!
You lie! !
Get oIIt! I
You act so-o-o bi-gl!
Come on-n-a! '
HIIrry u-up! 1
'l'hat's all right, it helps!
Don't yoII like it? I
Ah, that's nice! !
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Probable Cause of Death
Playing a trumpet
l.L'Zll'I1il1g to become :III undertakcr
Bad report cards
Heart stopped heating
Drop dead from clowning
Playing Iny CTI rusty sax
Not getting enough sleep
Bad case of nerves
Listening to radio
Driving the "oId,' l"ord
A Russian bIIllet
Too many girls
'footing too hard
Getting an "A" in typing
Worrying about dying
The 'l'hird Street Mystery
Gored to death by a bIIll
Reading mystery books
BB gIIn hattle
Working on people's nerves
High blood pressure
Driving a car
Not having anything to talk about
'liaking care of Ginny l.ee
My pop pays school tax!
Nothing to laugh alwout
SCH MA I.DI Ns'I'. DORO'l'HX'
WENDI,INt:. MARY Lou
Live a long and happy life
Be a housewife
Be a governess
'lirip to Venus
Go to Canada
Fly jet plane for Uncle Sam
Marry a nice girl
Own three cars
Marry :I "pro' hasehall player
Be a private secretary
Own a ranch
Have Iny own husiness
'liravel around the world
Become a harher
Own a ranch
Own a mansion
Go to England
Trip to Switzerland
Stay in service for 20 years
Own a Cadillac
Be a "pro" golfer
Married school teacher
Become principal of lf. I-I. S.
Own a Pharmacy
Professional hasehall player
Meet a certain someone
Become a politician
Become a draftsman
Bc a millionaire
Pilot in the Army Air Force
Be a Inillionaire
Increase manpower of U.S.N.
Be a millionaire
Own a custom I'll3LlC foreign car
Be a millionaire
Driving :I e:II'
Yes well. l Ilon't care!
Oh, my gosh!
Do you want to hear :I g
For the love of Pete!
How about it?
I don't know!
Boy, oh hoy!
What ails you!
Ah, Sllllf IIp!
'l'hat's all l can say!
Oh, come oII!
Oh, Happy Birthday!
Come on now!
How 'hout that?
I!!! heat you llp!
Dlllly for you!
and tIIrn hlue!
Probable Carrie of Death
Long locks of hair
Not heing :ihle to skip school
Driving Stan's car
'lirying to find a girl
Nothing to do
Shot in the head
lfxceeding the speed limit
Wine and women
Heart will stop heating
Lack of sleep
Being on fllllt'
lfxceeding the speed limit
A Typical ay
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llistory IISSIQLIIIIIUIIT. for homu.
Class of 1951 fzzzzior Prom
Bud Radeids orchestra provided the music for
the annual hlunior Prom which was held at the
Frolics liallroom in Allentown on April 21, 1950.
The liallroom was trimmed in green and white,
the class colors, with pink carnations, the class
flower, scattered profusely ahout the room. An
added attraction was a Wishing Well, which was
very popular among the guests. The big event
of the evening was the crowning of the King and
Queen and to the music of "A Pretty Girl 1s Like
A Melody," Kathryn Kershner, Queen ofthe
Class of1950, crowned Donald Andrews and Ann
Reinsmith. Their court consisted of .lulia
Lazor, lVIartha Shoemaker, Jeanette Reinhard,
Alanet Koze, Donald Miller, Richard Gerhart,
Harold Bittenhender, and Martin Ondrovic.
After four hours ofenjoyahle dancing, the couples
visited their favorite restaurants for a late lunch.
'lio the right is pictured Ann Reinsmith and Donald
Andrews after heing crowned Queen and King, BFXOYOJ
Pictured at the Wishing Well are Donald and Ann with
Donald Miller and ,lulia l,azor, the two seniors receiving
the second highest numher of votes for King and Queen.
Tu.-xnnicus STIQVIENS CIZNTR.-XI, xV:'kS1llNG'I4HN
Our Sch 0015 f
Ar present the Thaddeus Stevens,
Central, and Washington Buildings are
serving the community as elementary
schools, while the Lincoln and Jefferson
Buildings are serving the borough as
-lunior and Senior High Schools, respec-
tively. A brief history in the develop-
ment of our schools is that in 1891 the
Central Building on Ridge Street was
erected and enlarged in 1898. In 1910,
an eight room building was erected on
Broad Street and named the WHShlIlgt0ll
Building. The Jefferson Building was
erected on North Street in 191-1 and due W, -
to the continual growth in borough popu-
lation it was enlarged on several occa-
sions. The auditorium and West Wing
were added in 1925 and the east Wing in 1926. The Lincoln Building was erected on Seem Street
1928 and the Thaddeus Stevens Building on Pennsylvania Avenue in 1929.
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person notices only um things almur any year-
lmolq -its l5f'iII1F-V in general and his own pictures
in particular nur aims were to make this year-
hnnlq as lxvautiful :uul artistic' an annual as our
H'nam'cs would permit and ru picture cverx'
srudcnr at least mice. vitlrer in :1 group or
Ifsing rhe hcst ycfarlmok rnoclc-ls, wc tried
rn lvuild an annual ofu-'Irich thc class of nineteen
hunclrvcl and lilly-one nzay hc pmnrl. Our hook
flmllnwcd no definite- rhome but insrcarl wove-
inro its pages rho idea of school as a cmnnzunity,
wurlcing, living. learning. and growing togerlwr.
Tliirrv seniors, under thc guidance of Mr.
Paul Frantz. ha vc wmlcczl diligc-nrlx' during study
pcriorls, club periods, and afrc-r school, and
VUlllI1F2lI'l.lj' fllSCOI1fl.I7llCd other extra curricular loam-tn
activities in order to make this the rwenry-zulzrlz , IU. gwnvfly' '
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A staff of twenty-eight young people representing every class of the school
keep the rest of the student body informed of everything that takes place in
the school environment. Besides this, the members of the club receive training
in writing news items, feature stories, and sports articles. They ferret out hits
of humor and discover individuals engaged in interesting specialties and hobbies.
They learn how to make up a page according to good newspaper practice.
All in all, an excellent opportunity is offered aspirants to learn practically
every phase of newspaper publication. Two years of faithful work entitle the
staff to an additional award, a beautiful script school HE".
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Patricia llunning, Darwin l.cir-ter, Nancv Baer, Arthur Smrtz, lnhn
Yanochko, Marian lirics, Martha jane Shncntalccr, janet Moatz.
SCENERY l'5ESlGN -vlilizalwctli Brcetiltatitrii Riclmrtl llamscher, Elaine
Richard, Mac Nester.
SCENERY CONS'l'RUC'l'l0N Y-l.unnarrt Slmcinalaeri Riultard Wicder,
George Butz, Kenneth Arndt, Claude llnselern,
PROPERTY- -Clarisa Carturi Shirley Wolring. lnscplt Kuncin, La Mar
MAKE-UP-Sandra 'l'linxiinsnn', Fav linnk, Nancy Lichtcnwalncr,
PUBl,lClTY-Richartl Gcrhartf, Rodncv lfcnstcrrnztlacr, Donald Oswald,
USHER5-HR0bcrta Strgitwrf, Arlene Schncck, lnnc Hcishrlltttli Druckun-
miller, Marilyn Marsh, listlicr Ciilhert.
TlCKE.TS-Llcraltline lflcxuv, lamisc Wiudcr, Susan Mohr, julia Laznr,
FACULTY 1XllVlSOl2S -llraxnatic Cuach and Cicncral Eldvif-or, Wood-
row Scltaadt. Scunvrv llcslgn, lllgtrv hlillcrg Sccncry Construction,
Earl Wchur, Glen Hscknmng Class Advisors: Howard K. Deischcr,
hlarv Miller, Wuotlrnw Sclianrtl.
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Arlaptcd from the novel BV Bella
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SYNOPSIS CAST OF CIIARAC'I'IiRS
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Mr. :i ul Hn. fhzgr ul' NL-w York Ciiv pl1rdwfQmI n Prr-Rcx'oIution- i'
.wry N4-n l,v1ql:m4I I.zr'nlmllsc wflitll Hu-V Imw vlltllusinslimllx' rcstorvd,
:wm:11.-:Jing .v Imvcn uf M-runilx' :und im-prraamn :unidst cwlmlizll, IIIIIIQIIIC FRU,-In Nm , lw,m.'m,,IIm.r
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ACT I An Aspirulag Nun-Im If.'lI'I Nmilh
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Hu Yuungur Sisu-r ,Inn RUIIISIIIIIII
.'II1I?filf GAIXH , , . . . .. I':lYIi:'v:: Ilvnning
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ACT III! GEORGE Hl.'STl?II . ..,... . .. Ilnnfld I,IiHL-llllvmlcr
Ii:nrIvnra's Ifrivmi Rirlmnl Winder
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i' MAI'IIII.I7.-I RUCKWUUIJ .. . ., . . . . Mnrinn Ilrius
His Ullniursrrlnding Wiiu Marx' RL-zullur
BETWEEN ACTS I MR, I.0U.WS . . . . .... , ., . Rwdllcv Slaulfcr
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Thr Ix'wkwuuLI's Sun "
if CARSON .
"January 'I'h:zw" was produced nf ' '
ihv. Golden Thvntr
u, New York,
U IN8'I'AISLE ..
Tm- c.mrQ' snl-mf' '
.-Xbovc is pictured Cfnpj the Student
Council in session in Room l and
flfflnrvj thc delegates from thc 'fri
County Student Council Conference
enjoying lunch. 'lio the right is the
lloard of-lutlgcs and a scene from rlmt-
Stutlcnt Council-Monitor Club basket-
ball gzunc plavctl on lfubruarv 23.
l,fQfl In Rigfzl Frrfl Rnfv: Nvilflll'
ltcsscl. Clt-wt-Il. Nt-wliartl, Young,
Moatz. Bear. lVlr. l'ctL-rs Q.-I1l'rfi.vfrj.
Srroml Roto: Smoll, Swank. Rein-
smith. Druckcnmillcr. Stoutlt, Wess-
ncr fTfFIIJ'Il7'I'7'J. Casscl. Third Roan'
Polstcr, Ulcska. lVlillcr Cliff I'rf.fi-
flrnfl. Kirby. Clcinow, liardos.
Fozzrlli Row: Stortz. Stzuiffcr, Frey,
l.orish, King. Blank. Gcrhart fPr1'.ri-
zlrnlj. .Yoi l'z'til14rmi.' lioehm, Shoc-
makcr fSrrrfl11ryj, l labcrstumpf,
Two representatives from each homeroom comprise the
governing body of the school. This group gave the students an
opportunity to voice their opinions on school problems, to suggest
possible improvements in the school system, to create a better
understanding between pupils and teachers, and to guide and to
encourage self discipline ,of the students. The latter is accomplish-
ed by the Board of gludges, composed of Student Council and
Monitor Club membersg who acts as a court on school violations
by reviewing the eases and deciding upon a suitable punishment.
The council furnishes the students with lyceum programs,
feature movies, and the noontime dances. They also annually
sponsor a trip to the United Nations.
This past year the Einmaus Student Council had the privilege
of being host to the Tri-County Student Council Conference.
Approximately 300 students attended in order to discuss various
problems and activities:
Emblems are given tolmembers and gold pins to senior members.
lajff In Right I"1'r.vI Rmv: lit-ar.
l,azor fSrrn'ff1ryl. Slielly. Dicfemlt-t'll-t'.
Carter, Reinsmith, Rt-inliartl. lloycr,
Smith. Sfmrnl Ro:z': bl. liieher.
lleinliardt. Sachs. Butz. liunlt. llen-
ning. Schnelltnzin. Mohr. Y'lu'n1 Ro-zzz'
Schrantz. Wt-wel. C. Millhousc. l'.
lN'lillhousc. Readinger. C. llit-her,
l.t-ister, Richard. Fourth Rum' Kuhns.
Stztttffcly xltlatns. lirown. Knauss,
Stratl. lfrey. Fifth Rofzz' Reichard.
Rupp. Mr. llanser C.ltl:'1'.ffrD, Gt-liman
U.t'rulr1im1IJ, .-Xnsehn. .Yol 1,li1'11U't'tl.'
lVlillt-i'QCupfa1'nD. Slioetnalu-r. liatman.
'fhelau'enhncuu1lnanch ofcnu'sduxd,connxwed oftwenty
Seniors and twenty .luniors selected in their Sophomore year.
is the Monitor Cluh. The purpose of this cluh is to direct traffic
ui and :dnout school according to the rules and regtdatious set
up hy the Student Councu. 'fhdr dutks arezthe duecuon
of uafhc uilndls the supervidon of hutch hnes,zuid the noon-
titne dances in the gym. Pupils who hreal: laws are reported
hy the hloniuns to the lioard of judges
'lihe officers of the eluh consist of a Captain, Lieutenant,
:uid ll Secretary. llie Cfaptaui Inesides at :dl the tneetuigg
uluch are held xveekly. ln case of ahsence of the Cfaptain the
lieutenant takes charge of the tneetnigs. hdinutes of the pre-
vious nieetnigs are reacllwy the Secretary :uid ixdl caH is taken.
Ar these meetings the memhers discuss methods to keep laws
enforced anclzdso other prohlenisxvhich niay'face the cluh.
!. M! i V ' mxq,
5 :ws '-' lg
S IEW J
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:Xhovc are pictured flnpl monitors
calling students lrom Room lo tothe
L'2llk'It'l'lIl and Clfflmvj a meeting ol
tht- Nlonuor Qluh. lo tht- lelt are
ptcturetl students enjoying Monitor-
Student Council dance and friglilj
momtors ready lor dismissal ol
Lejft In Riglzl- Fllffl Row: Romig.
Barry Moyer. Scholl. Krcsslcy, Wiulcr
Anselm. IQZIUIIIIIHZIII, Iiuclu-ckcr,
IVIcrI:a-I, Stephens. Ifcglcy. Szrmzzl
Row: IVI. Hoffmann. Winzcr. Gulln.
Ifrcrz. I"IL-xcr fSfrrflary-Trfzrrurfrj
Strauss, Srorrv. Dickcrr. G. RicI1:mI.
Krauss. Tlzinl Row: H. I.m-iscr.
Myers. D. Riclulrd. I.. Srzmffl-r.
Weidner. Mussvr. Kulp. Ih-:u', Gon-
ovcsc. Mr. Rorlwlllu-rg fllirfrlnrj.
Fourih Row: Millhousc, SZISSZIIIIIIII.
Ig1lllI'l1i'l'. Rr-ppm-rt. c:I'L'ISS. Krick.
Iirohsr Cl'z'rr-l'rr,v1'rlfr1lJ. Clzlusur. R.
l'1-nsre-rmakvr fI'rf.ri1lr11O. Druckun-
miller. Frifllz Row: XVL-rm-I. I..
ROI1rIv:lcI1, Trciclxlcr, I'Iowcrtcr. A.
HOIQIQIIIIIII. Iiowcrs. P. Sl'ZlllIAII.'I', Gurd-
ncr. Sixlh Row: D. I"k'llSI'k'l'lIl1lIit'l',
R. ROIIFIWZICII. R1-iclmrd, I.. I,1-isur,
Russ. Blair Moya-r, Iiorrz, Sn-rlcr.
Lfjfl lo Rziglzl Rt'II.IlUll'l'- IVIiIll1ousc.
I'rc-y, SI1lI'IL'l'. Rcltnzuxcr. I.orisI1,
Leif! in Rz'gl1lfGilIwrt. Iiicln-r,Gicril1g,
Arnold, Burl, IDl'llCICt'lll'llIIIl'l'.
'g .V-'mfg '
The Band playing "Fight, Fight lfmmaus," The Colour Guards and Mzijori-ttcs pcrlbrnnng,
at rhi- game wirh Carasauqua. lwlori- the game at lYhitel1all lrligh School.
Band, Maj'orerfe5, and Colour Guards
BAND-Through the untiring efforts of the Director, Band Club, and the Band members
themselves, our High School Band has developed into the largest and most capable musical
organization ever to represent E.H.S.
Their stellar performances at the football games, four I-Iallowe'en parades, Memorial
parade, and the Christmas party at Town Hall, delighted even the most critical. The climax
of the long hours of rehearsal was the splendid performance of the Band in their annual Spring
Concert in April.
In February they were the guests of the Band Club at the Eastern District Band Festival
in Bethlehem, in which two of our members participated. As a reward for their efforts, the
members of the Band were treated to a fine banquet as guests of the Band Club at the Owls
Home. At this time emblems were distributed and senior awards were presented to the six
members who were lost through graduation.
MADIORETTES-Forward, march! Off they go, gaily twirling their batons with perfect
coordination. Our six high-stepping majorettes and the tumbler, Christine Clauser added
zest and sparkle to the high school marching organization. These girls spent many long,
tedious hours of practice in order to achieve their goal of making a dazzling performance at
all football games and parades.
COLOUR GUARDS-Six stunning young ladies guarded and protected our country's
and school's flags. These smartly uniformed girls strutted with a martial air in front of the
band to lend an air of snap and precision to the scene.
l.ej!'l In Riglll- l"irxI Rnw: l'Iarr, I"Iexer. Sachs,
llaunicr, iirciss. Weidner. I.. Stauffer. Uilhcrt,
llcischcr. F. Rcms. Xl'clzcl. liorlz. Rcichard.
l', Slauffer. J. Myers. ll. Lciser. li. Kressley.
.Nrruzlnl Rune: Stewart. Mulh. Richard. Roger
Reinhard. llrcas. Merkel, Roadinger. C.
Bit-lu-r, Schwar. Flauscr, llcyer, Antler. Kuhns,
ll. llrffi-r. joan Sell, Kohler. Tllfnl Kate:
Hiller, Dries. Scliwarlz. Gerharl. Wir-der.
Winner. N. Liclilcnwalncr. Brohsl. Lazor.
Ifenslcrmaki-r. l7cl,onp:. I.. Rolirhach. Heiney.
I.. Leiscr. Herman. R. Ruhrhach, Rea-ser.
l"1VlH'll1 Rate: Hr. llcnficlcl fllmmfifiz' Ilirrclnrl.
'l'hompsrm. Rcadler. M. Smith. N. Iiulz. .Xlen.
Uasscl. Ruhic Reinhard. li, Krcssley. Sasfaman.
Young. il. St-II. lfcglcy. J, Snyder, Swavcly.
llillwrl. lf Xlillhousc. llensing:er. j. llcisl. lf,
Scliucrk. Fisher. l'. Millhoilsc. Shelly. Lcouore
Miller. .X, Schut-ck. Wimmcr, Ci. Smith.
lleusnian. Mr, l'clcrs fl2irN!nv'l, lfiflll Rate:
Schmaldinsl. Schm-llman. N. Urifer. Rrosky.
Yacck. Knapp. .N'i.rlll lx'n2e: l,1lVlll.-lillll' Sell.
Findlcy. Frey. Ili-ss. J. Buss. R. Slauffcr,
liardncr. Rnauss. Youkonis. Bauman. Vharles-
worth. lloffman. Brown. lieiller. Oswald.
.Xnsi-lm. lircenhaum. Funk. Shoemaker. .Ynl
l'it'll1v'4'1l.' lYolrini:. Lucille Miller. llielrcr.
ID. llulz, liglin. Kalmlxach. .-Xllhousc. Szupper,
Ziegler, Henning. nlnclerson. Il. Miller. Reil-
nauer. N. Snyder, Fockliu, N. llcisl. IC. Miller,
Rice, Stephens. Sloudt. 'I'reichIer. Wellington,
.Xruold, Becker, Il. Russ. Giering. llerlzog.
Renningzcr. llcvcraux. Fink. M. Lichlenwalncr.
l', Rm-ms. Smoycr. Iioycr. lohsl. ll. Myers.
Ncwharml. Rcifingcr. llcimlmach. llousckncchl.
Kulp, Rollman. vlifilllll. liitlenlmcnclcr. il.
Hula, Klingcr. S. Miller. .-Xrndt. Mlams, Rupp.
Schranlz. Moyer, Ilruckcnmillcr.
The lar vest musical orfanization in our school was the chorus
. . 5- . . 5' .
of mixed voices, which was directed hy Mr. Errol K. Peters.
Durin the year the chorus vresented several selections for assem-
gf - . .l .
lily programs which were enjoyed by the faculty and student body.
The outstanding performance of the year was the operetta
"VVords and Music" which was presented in the Emmaus High
School Auditorium on lVlarch IU and ll. The scenes took place
at llarton College, a small school for select young ladies and
gentlemen. A calamity arose when the classical minded Deans,
portrayed hy Nancy Lichtenwalner and Kenneth lirobst, attempt-
ed to write l5arton's annual operetta in a modern vein. livery-
thing ended well as the operetta was finally written hy two
students portrayed hy glulia Lazor and Rodney Fenstermaker.
The chorus also participated in the Spring Concert. Ir was a
very interesting and delightful program and at this time the
annual Senior Music Scholarship was awarded by Mr. Peters.
:Xlwovc is pictured imp? a chorus rc-
hearsal on rhe halcony and Ul."lIlTl'D is a
scene from rhc operctta "Words and
Music." To the left is pictured Rodney
Fenstermakcr singing a love song to
.luha l.azor, signifying rht- rirlc ol rht
opererta "Words and Music" and
Rcadinger. llit-her. Boyer. and St-hwax
in the Dance ol' rht- -lolly Bakers.
Almw are pictured the dancers and
tht- entire cast in rln- grand linalc.
iqi is L uar u com most-t o einsmi 1,
R l lr 1 r r I l l R tl
Bralilcr. KL-rslincr. and Mintz. Master
of k'l'l'L'IN0lll0S. 'lihomas Ruddcll.
' - ai ee
Lzjfl In R1'gl1l-'-Srr1lf4l.' l'larr. Schwartz,
maker. B. Kline. Mr. Pctl-rs fljliffffllfp,
nich. M. Moyer. Goilusky. .loycc Kohler.
nm! Roca' Gallina. Dries. lirabler, Cla-well,
Rc-insmirh. l.. fVlillcr. Romanchuk, lf.
Kline. Drcas. Ruddcll. Pokorny. Silvins,
kcsscl, Shade. David, Blank. lfa-glcy.
Thin! Row: ll. Clauscr. Kistlcr. Mill,
cnslagur. Maxwell. St-ip, Notbstcin, IC.
lxohlcr. Stein, Genovese, btcrtls-r.
Nabb. Ht-rbsrcr. Fourlfz Row: llrinkcr,
Bcrky. llcrsli. Lippowitcli, Mcitzlcr,
Allcmlcr. l.okt-z. 'lc-an Kohler. Spayd,
Nancy H.Smirh, Kern, Oswald, Anderson,
Scliulcr, Sicht-r.Mycrs. Sclimcltzlc, liailcy,
lf. Warmkcssol. lbach. li. Miller.
A unique and original minstrel was presented February 2 and
3 by the Freshman class. The show was built around the theme
"Night and Day." A city skyline, sharply etched against a
beautifully colored sky, provided a gorgeous backdrop for the
program which was based entirely on the contrast between
night and day.
The debonair master of ceremonies, Thomas Ruddell, bantered
with the rollicking ends and introduced the talented soloists. A
capable chorus and orchestra provided the musical background
for the varied numbers consisting of cowboy, "blues," and comedy
vocal solos. Also featured were instrumentalists, ballet, tap, and
acrobatic dances. An impressive dance impersonation of "Slaugh-
ter on Tenth Avenue" was performed by Nina Brahler, Mary
Lou Clewell, and Mary Ellen Reinsmith. The ends were .Ioanne
Mintz, Constance Garman, LaRue Gordon, Merritt Stephen,
Robert Minnich, and Bruce Bear. An enthusiastic ovation was
received from the large and appreciative audience.
Douglas llortz, Delano liorrz. l"cnsrm-r-
Andrews. li. Moyer. Rc-icliard, VW-tzc-l,
Winzcr. Fin! Roco: Bear. Steplu-n. Min-
l,orish. liloyd. C. Clauscr. Ccrnobyl.
Kcrsliner, Mintz. Gordon, Garnian. Sm'-
HL-nsingcr. Waterman. Gu-iss. j. Warm-
llushcr, Druckt-nmillcr. Bauman. l,aud-
llortz. Crouthamcl, Nancy l.. Smith, Mc-
cfm' Glee cm
ln our Christmas assembly program we suddenly heard the
melodious voices ofthe Glee Club as they slowly made their way down
the aisle in a beautiful candelite procession. Our classmates will
always remember the chirping voices coming from the balcony each
Tuesday morning as the girls faithfully rehearsed for assembly prio-
grams, opcretta, and the annual Spring Concert. i
Lfiff lo Riglilf'-eFz'r.rl Row: Dt-l.ong.
St-ll. Reinhard. Murh, Kohler. Kalm-
bach. Mr. Pt-tcrs fllirfrlnrj, Rt-ms
4I,l.lIII1'.ff,. lfishcr. Rcnningcr. Knapp.
lirosky. Uilft-r. llcrman. Semm! Row:
Diller. Dt-isclicr. Sassaman. lflt-xt-1'.
Krcsslcy, Rice. l'. Millhousc. C.
Millliousc. Yacck. Swavcly, llcnsing-
cr. .Yol 1'f1'l11rr1f.' lfcglcy. SllyLlL'I'.
Boys' ' Glee Club
Here we have an organization of enthusiastic young fellows
who practiced long hours to perfect their harmony. The club
provided a popular diversion from the long hours of study. They
participated in the Thanksgiving and other special assembly pro-
grams, the operetta "Words and Music", and brought their successful
J' season to a close by performing in the Spring Concert.
laifl lo Riglzl-'F1'r.vl Row: Urlilicr,
Bauman, l,cisi-r. Buss. Arnclt. Butz,
Mr. Pct:-rs clJif1'!'lUT,, -loan Druclccn-
niillt-r Ql'iani.rlj. R. Rohrbach.
Schrantz. lllanlc, Adams, Wit-ila'l',
Winn-r. Sfmml Row: Mt-rkt-I, Rcin-
haril, Kuhns. l,. Rolirbach, l3t-irlcr,
'lack Druckcmnillcr. Rupp. l'larr,
lirobst, lVloycr. Anselm. Charles-
worrh. Nui l'14fl1m'1l.' llirrcnhi-nilcr.
Dries. Clarilncr, Oswald.
Lfjfl In Rigllr--F1'r.ff Row: Dcischer
Hilbert, Walhort, Flext-r fSz'!'Vt'f!IfVJ
Millhousc, Kline, Mr. Peters fljirfc-
lorj, Nloyer. Born, l.t-iser. Reieharml
Sfrrnul Rn:c'.' l"t-nstermakcr fTrra,f-
urrrl. Baumer. l,. Stauffcr, Weidner
l'. Stauffcr, Rohrhach. lVlvn-rs. Winzer.
Slaridrng: llrobst cl,ft'J'liil't'?lf,. Sachs
Crt-Iss, lllarr fl'irr l,ft'.f1'l1fllf,, Wetzel
lxresslcy. .Yni 1'irluml.' Gardner.
These talented musicians have endeavored to become an in-
strumental organization by performing in assembly programs,
the Spring Concert, the Operetta, and Commencement. In recent
years individual members have won honors for their Alma Mater
by gaining participation in the District and All-State Festivals.
April 12 13, 14, our orchestra proved an able host to the Eastern
District PMEA Orchestra Festival.
Dance Orvlz extra
This group of versatile performers, under the student direction
of Arnel Wetzel, furnished a repertoire of both "sweet and hot"
numbers at many school functions, the District Orchestra Dance
in the gym, and a WSAN radio broadcast. Its main accomplishment
for the season was providing a polished background for the singers
and dancing artists in the Freshman minstrel, "Night and Day."
Lqfl Io Riglzl-l"z'rJI Row: Fenster-
maker, Delano liortz, Douglas liortz,
Schwartz, Kline fPianz'.vtj, Mr. l't-ters
41,1-ffffllfb, Andrews, R1-icharcl, lVloycr,
NVinzcr. Srmnd Row: l'larr, lVt-rm-l.
Arts and Crafts Club i
Students who are artistically inclined, although not art majors,
exploit their talents and follow their hobbies in the Arts and Craftls
Club. Leathercraft, oil painting, designs, and ceramics, including
the latest fad of figurine painting, are some of the many activities
carried on by the club.
Lfjfl In Righlff--Sr1lfnl.' Dorm-y. Shir-
machur CSffrrI11ryJ, llsach. Kern.
Slamling: lirosky. Berger. Hilde-
lu-idt-I, Brolast, Wiliam-1', Q Schwartz
fl'rf.rirlfrlIJ. Szuppcr, Apflel, Rosso-
mzxndo, Wit-der Cfice Pre,ridenlj,
Keller, Mr. Schazult fflflvzfrfrj, Kistler,
Miller. Nur Pirtured: lVlaclnnt-s
c1'ff'l1J' Il rrrl.
Lffl lo Rigl1tfSmml.' David CSerrr-
Iaryj, lfvans. l,ichtt-nwalncr. Cluuscr,
liluanort- lVlillt-r, Muth fI're.vi4lenlJ.
Kcmmercr, l,azor, llortz. Stephen.
Slamling: Rohrhach. Kardos. bl.
VVarmkcsscl, Dietrich, Smith. lf.
Warmkesscl fl'liI't'1,Tt',f1i!lKIIfJ, Shade.
Miss Miller fdrlvriferj. Worring,
VVatt-rnlan, Sclit-rt-r. Nestor, Hi-rhster,
lflaim- Miller. l.:uulcnslagt-r. .vol
Dr 1 maticy Club
A group of young p ople learned producing, directing, and
staging of plays, with speci l consideration of the problems of gesture,
make-up, and sound effects. A committee appointed at each club
meeting assumed the resgonsibility for the scheduled production.
Another committee made ,an evaluation of each performance. A
general discussion followed.
SlamI1'ng.' Nlarks. Spencer. Gilliert.
Cope. lfcgley, Grim, lfnglcrt, Young.
Krause, Miss llauser c.'IlfU1A.f!'fD. .Yol
l,1.t'lllf."1iI Miss :Xrnoltl C.'IlfZ'l..fffD,
l,ong. lleusman. Dickert. Kline.
'lio satisfy a hidden interest of woodworking and leather-craft
among the girls as well as the boys of our school was the purpose in
the formation of this clulv. Included in their work during the year
was the designing and making leather belts, key cases, and little
cedar chests that could he used as handkerchieli, or jewel hoxes.
Rfglzlf 'St'1Ill'!f.' lvisser.
.-lnclerson. lolist. lfink.
Du-as lfirr l,ff.f1'!ffIIf7.
This club was organized for the purpose of teaching high school
girls to knit, crochet, emhroider, and to increase the knowledge
of those already experienced in these arts. These girls made many
knitting projects as Christmas gifts and for their own use while
they talked over the "news', of the day.
Inrlmtrzbl Arts Club
- Min" QNI? M-9'
Lejft lu Rligfllf liutl. R. lVlillcr,
Klinger fI'rr.f1'flru!D. Mr. llm-ckman
C.1d:f1',vfrl. lVlarsli. McGinley. Nlc
lfetritlge fTrm,r11rrrQ, BZIlII'l1t'l'. Druck-
enmiller c,'l'I'l' llflifl-tfflllb, l'lt-rman.
Wimmt-r. Xu! l'1'rlurrfl: Shiner
fsffffftlfyj. Smith, l'it-rog. llt-nsinger,
Lqfl In Riglll - l'i1'fJ'f Raw: llillcgass
Civ!-ff l,7't'.firl."IIlD. Musscr. lakacs.
Ritter. Kulp. lfcrguson. Srruml Rum:
Nlr, Becker Q.-lzfriiffrl, Williams,
Rcmaley. lllanlr. Nicss fSfrrffaryl.
Third Rnrv: Rcieharcl C7lTI'II,YIlfffJ.
llowcr, Rahn, Miller fl'rr,f1'flr'11ll.
Rinltcr. X01 l'1'rIurfrl: Rt-t-tl. Stettlcr.
Nature Study Club
The purpose of organizing this club was to acquaint the members
with the wonders of nature. Field trips were taken when wild
flowers, weeds, trees, birds, and other things of interest were ob-
served. The characteristics and habits of birds were cliscussecl and
the members learned to recognize them with thc use of colored
lantern slides and charts.'
Conservation and Wz'!d Lzfe Club t
Planning a reforestation program to help conserve our natural
resources was one of the many activities undertaken by these nature
enthusiasts. A trip was made to the zoo and the Museum of Natural
History in Philadelphia. A program, presented by Mr. Roy Trexler
ol' the Pennsylvania Game Commission, helped them to betteil
understand wild life problems.
l.r'7'f lo Riylzl- 1'1l'fJ'l Roux' llrciss
Qlirfxvidfnlj. Diehl, Brinker, Kcrshner, ii 4
llollzmtl. flaspcr. Strousc 41,1-ff I,ft'.l'!A' '
rlfllll. llfloyer. D. Vllelullilig. li
l lcinrzclman, l luher fl'r1'.r1'rlf'nlD.
Srmml Rnfzz' lfcarlier QSfrrrl11ryD.
Grccnlwalini. Smoll, Miller. l rctrer.
llllfci' CTrr11.r Il rrrl. .-Xllcmlcr. liuss.
llcitlcr. ul. lVloycr. Scliratlt-r, Tllirfl
Rnfv: lfrev. R. NYM-tler. St-ilu-rt
f1'fI'II.fIl7'l'f7. Baumer. Rciliingcr. R.
lllanlc, lfclt, Shankwcilcr, lirey.
Ycakel. Fourlfi Row: Althouse. l,orish
CSrrrrmryD, Sebring. Rohrbaeh. Pav-
ancllo, llucln-ckcr. Wliirt-night, D.
Ritter. lVlilinicl1il:. Fliflfl RMU: Rep-
pcrr, YV4-tm-l. liuchcn. lVlr. Bear
C.'lflf'l'.vrrD, l'olsrcr Cllliff' l'rf,t1'flm1lD.
Yolk. l'. W'untlling, Mr. llurgcr
f.Alrlt'1',rrrJ. Rokosny. Nlontgonlcry.
Hull. .vUI1,l'IAfIlf!'l1'.' Cope.ilircieliler.
llcycr. lVlarks. Miller, N. Moyer.
Stahl. XYl'fl1l'l'l10lKl. Romancliuk.
l.1jfl In Riglil Fir.-'I Rfuix' Rollman.
l,isi. lioinigg. XXX-lah. Geist. l,azor
f,,fl'.f1-!fl'7IlJ. Miss Gravel' C.lfl111'.ffrD.
Ziegler. George. lit-11fit-ld. Knoll
flil'ClCl1ll'l'. Scliueck. Srrnmf Rove:
McNal1I1. Urffer, Kulp. Bear. lleist
CSrrrrmr-vb, llcrr. Sliafer, Reins. .Yol
l'1'rl1m'1l,' l'lill1t-rt. Rzidler. XYllfll1jll'I'.
Home Nursing Club
This cluh consisted of girls especially interested i11 health and
nursing tl1e sick. These girls lC2il'l1Cil to apply practical nursing skills
i11 caring for self, their families, a11d to promote healthier conditions
at l10lll6 and i11 their comniunity. The girls learned to care for the
sick, the hathing and care of a hahy, llllll tl1e l.llllCl2lH1Cl1f2llS of first
, . . ,
'lihe Tri-Hi-Y Cluh, an affiliate of the Y. M. C. A., is an organ-
ization composed of high school girls. As special projects, they
attended tl1e Tri-Hi-Y convention i11 lfaston, held a series of teen
talks, took a trip to XV1lSl1ll1gfOll, D. C. I1 April to see the cherry
blossoms, organized ,lunior Red Cross gift hoxes, Zlllfl distributed
Christmas stockings to tl1e needy children.
Lzjft in Rrglll F1'f.rl Ruta' Dillelk
Nleyers. l"i11dIey. AX. Scliut-ck. Snioyt-r.
. ' er. t-walt. Nt-ster. Gross. Well-
in fton. Srrrmd Ruff: lleffner, Geis-
in ver, .ieic 1' . "ret er' ' ', Q 1 ll .7
Hrrrrlary . M -rkle. llzsriz 1, l "-' -
ai X. : mig. "lin fre: 'i'-j, S o
rra.r1m'r . utz rmif ful , h .
.ic1lu'Ck. . ' iw 11111 . . anti. ics
Mft' rr,r1'1lf11l . 'ig ' . liflllfffl fifth'
1' 's. ployer ,f 1 riifvrr . ii -"1 1, ' -
iss-. x muse, Ylolir. f. S' I-C '. .
."eg'l'ied. -1 1' .le . rf': - -
i ger, Swank, Q-'11z 't .Schn :llc i J ,
-est-r. .aut t-ns :1 1 ,Yfl I irlzzrrilx
Brown. David. lVloyer,Oswalil, l't-ters.
- 'u-tl. l',Sl'l11'l1l11IL'l!.flfff.
Oswald. Nl'll1lL'j'L'l', Ni-whard. Polstcr,
lmfl In Rfqhl: Sticlitt-r. Ri-zulinger.
Rcifiiigcr. llii-lst-ig Miss Nl cCarty
f.'lr1t'1',rrrj , lyivilcr. .Yrrl l'f1'lurfzl.'
gs . ,.
Receiving valuable experience in planning, cooking and serving
delicious meals, also using latest kitchen equipment, these ,lunior
and Senior girls met every ,day in our cafeteria to prepare and serve
the meals to the studentsfand teachers. The girls are kept husy
drying dishes and cleaning up the cafeteria after they serve the meals.
Chefs ' Club N
'lihis all male cluh, eager to learn the fundamentals of cookingg
disregarded the old saying, "the woman reigns in the kitchen."
Their aim is to follow any recipe and have it turn out according'
to their wishes. liesides cooking. they also had movies on tahle,
service, manners, and the finer techniques in cooking.
Leif! In Riglil- Sfami: :lntli-r, Roth,
lf. Sfillllil-Cll Boyer. lick. Stoudt.
Sfllllrilflgf R. Nloyur. Yanorhko
fS1'frrlr1ryl. liohus. .'xl1SL'lI11. l,. Milli-r.
R. Miller, lfritl. Butz ql,7'I'J'IiII,l'lll,-
D. Moyer, Kuncio. xlrndt. l'. Sraulifl-r,
Worm-l flrliff l'rf.f1'iIrnlD. l'oIsri-r.
Ulcska. Hollliman, .Ynl l,l.flIlf!'Il,'
Drnckcnmillcr QTrz'aJ-zirrrj. Miss Mc
Carry C.Aldzii.frrD. l,aIwnhi-rg.
li is . ,
Lffl in Rigfll Sr'11!1'rf.'
C.'Ir1'f'1',trrl. 'llrautt fSl'4'fl'l!17'j'D, Mintz
qT7'f'll.fI4ft'fJ. Reinliartlr fl'rr,tidfr1lQ.
lfisher flhl-ft' l'rf.firlrnlj. Slnmling:
llieher. lleitnauer. lloffnian, lioyer,
Nl. xl. Smith. ll-l.ong. Yaeek.
Deiseher. llerlcy. flewell. Kerslmer,
lleinsinith. Pugh. Knapp. l'okm'ny.
N. Smith, Myers. liemlimger, xlmler-
son. Seliwziix Nliller, Nlillhouse. .Yul
l,I'flIlfl'tf.' lleiinhaeh. lleiney.
y nr an
'llhe eharrning atmosphere and attractive displays found in the
lihrary can he attrihuted to the efforts of the girls in the Lihrary '
Cluh. lieginmng as Freshmen, these girls help the hhrarian lay . .,,.
shelving, stamping, and mending hooks and magazines. lf. hy their 'X,.".? v I "
Iunior Year, thev have aeeunlulated 100 hours or 1,000 points they
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sg' - V' 1 , A '
are entitled to ll' old l,ll5l'1ll'Y Clulx win. 0 V
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Debczrirzg amz' 1f6dfllI.7Zg Club
Nine pupils, interested in loeal and international affairs, inet
to dehate Current Pl'Ol7lCI11S eaeh eluh period. Chosen topies were
discussed in a formal dehate and then argued at a round-tahle
session. The elulfs ohjeetive was to develop the ahility to present
thoughts clearly and convincingly heeause the art or puhlie expression
is a valuahle asset.
lmfl lu High! S1'rllml.' lladler. lluss
fSrfrrlur.vl. l'hl'k'I'Z. Reins Clin' I,fl'J'I-'
tlrzzll. Ulewell. Cassel CY'rfa,r11rrrD.
Sflllltllllltl' slten. Gardner fl'rf.r1'tf.f'11lj.
hlaxwell. Nliss Dils Cxl1lc'i,ffrD. ,Yol
Girls ' Athletic Club E
To develop poise, balance, coordination, and interest in gynmas-
tics in its members was the chief purpose of organizing this club.
ln the spring and fall ofthe year they had track meets and softball
games. The girls participated in tumbling and gymnastics, which
after being mastered, were skillfully displayed in the annual Gym
lfxhibition held in spring.
lmfl lo Riglil Firfl Roan' XXX-tzel
limi... lfinlt. Merkel, if Robrbach
Kuhns, Reinhard. Richard, Silva
Rupp. Srrmnl Rum' Dt-l.ong. Kras
ley. Schrantl. l'larr fI,fl'.l'1-Illflllj
Moyer. Miller clvlifl' l'rrf1'flf11lj
Knauss. Neimeyer. Cressman. NX eaver
Tlrfrd Row: l,. Rohrbach. Kozak
llillegass. Sterner. Buss. lVlartin.
qllbitz. Vlalters. l,eiser. .Yot I,1i1'lIlT!'Il,
Dreas. Rompella. Sehellenberger.
Lrjfl In Rfglil- I'1'r.fI Rr::z': llillegass.
Druclcenmiller. Sassaman. Kohler.
Schirmacher. Greiss C7'n'a.vim'rJ.
Nlxlinichilc. Srrnml Row: Miller
Cl rf.fz'1lrr1lj, Ziegler. Reppert, lVlarsh.
Sicher. Cocklin. Houseknecht CSn'rr-
lar-VD, Swavely, Mrs. Kerr f.'l!l77Ii.fff,.
Tlzfnl Roux' Spayd, Allentler. C.
Clauser. Licbtenwalner. M. Clauser.
Heist. Sachs fl'1'rfl'rf.firlfrllQ. .Ynl
l'1'rl11rrrl.' Snyder. Kisrler.
Boys' Gynznastzk' Club
Developing coordination, balance, and mobility of the body
was the sole purpose of organizing this club. During club periods
these ambitious boys were active in gymnastics on parallel bars,
calisthenics, jumping, diving, and tumbling. After mastering these
features the members displayed their accomplishments by partici-
pating in the annual Gym Exhibition.
lajll lu Rziglzr l"1'r,-I RU.-wx Douglas
llortf Cl'rr.ll'1lf'r1lD. l"enstermalu'r.
.xkl1llIlS. Kulins. Sroliflet. Nlr. l.olwlx s -
Q.-li1'f'i.w'rH. Sfffflltf Rnfe: Schwartz.
Nliller. Wit-der. Delano liortz. Gordon . ' '
lS1'4'l'l'lIII'j"Tf1'IIAllV'2'fb, Smith. Xml
l'irl1m'il.' liatnian fl'irr 1,7'l'.VI-lflI'lllD. X
Scabbanl and Blade Club
Sinee the world is again in a turmoil and mueli emphasis put
on military training. these students realized the seriousness of the
situation and took an aetive interest in the armed forces. ilihey
acquainted themselves with drilling routine, military courtesy,
and discipline. They also learned the meehanies, use, and eare ol'
Vzzrsfty "E" Club
This group, made up ol' letter winners in all sports, had a well
filled year. 'llhey sold gloves and sweat shirts. also sponsored dances
and the lfmmaus Faculty vs. Slatington Faculty basketball game
to secure funds for sweaters given to all Senior members. Dis-
cussions at meetings eentered ahout athletics with the ohjeet of
improving the rules and regulations.
IMI in Rllfllf fini Ro-:ox laeliren-
walner. Smith flyfffllrlfflll. liirten-
lu-mler. I lntlrovie. Srielner. Reinsniirli,
QSrrrrlnryD. Reinhartl. Srfnml Rmfu'
Straw. lxluteliler. .'lndri-ws, Wieder,
liauman. llousekneelit. Tlizinl Ruse:
llenning fTfI'Il,Vllff'fD. XXX-ssner. Sachs.
Richard. Koze. Fnurlli Rare: Letter-
liouse. C'liarh-sworth, fVlr. Deiselier
f.'lfl:'1'.frrl. llrown. Xu! l'144'lurnl.'
Nicholas flair l'rriz'1lrull. Nliller.
l,1jfl In Rigfll Sralnf' l"1'rfl Ruse:
Knerr. lllietler. Stephens. Srrorztl
Ruta: Young fsfffflllfyj, llrainl.
Kaul'l'man. Third Row: G. St-ll.
Kressley, Snyder. Fourllz Row: Yous.
lVliss Strauss f.'lrfzf1',frrD. Sf11mli11g.'
Geist. Stoudt. ll. Oswald. Gantz.
Housekneeht. R. Oswald. Heck. King.
Arnold fTfftl.l'll7'!'f,, liutz fl'1'rf Prari-
drnll. Wzigm-r. Rice fPft7,VIArf."71lJ,
Kohler. Yocum. lfnglt-man. St-ilwrt.
,Yul l'irlurf1l.' S. Romig. Nvilt, Reiss.
Youkonis, D. liomig. bl. St-ll.
This eluh was organized for those students who did not have
the opportunity to take a course in typewriting during their regularly
scheduled classes. The main idea was to learn the keyhoard and
the hasie fundamentals of typing. Artistic typing was done during
the holiday seasons to introduce this type of work.
Chess and Checkers Club
llelving into the game of the ancients, many of our students
found pleasure and an interesting pastime in our Chess land. Checkers
Cluh. Two of the most cosmopolitan games, their activities requnge
deep concentration, patience, and strategy. Tournaments in
hoth of these games were arranged to cultivate interest and sports-
manship. e' """' "'
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Lqfl In Rigfil- Srnlrd: l'1Cl1Sft'I'Ill1llil'I',
Diehl. lXlt'nzt-l. lvieiler. Us-orge, Ui'-
land. l,. Knauss. -I, Knauss, Rauden-
hush. llol'finan, Reiltinger. Rainer.
lliompson. lft-gt-ly. liit-lu-r CSrrrr'larAv-
TfF!l,fIlT."f,. li. Moyer. Slamfz'ny.'
liender. Seaman. lVlinnich. Geiger.
Slioentaker fl'rr.fi'u'r110, lfrey. Mr.
Urtt f.Irlff1'.ff'rD. Conrad. lfatula. D.
Moyer. llowerter, lfisenhard. Nui
l'iflzam1: Krick. Mintz. Nlitcliell.
Staiiffer. Stein. Weaver.
fzmior Glee C lub
A new club organized this year was the Mixed Junior Glee
Club, consisting of Freshmen, who had two meetings monthly.
At these meetings the president took charge of entertainment which
usually featured vocal, instrumental, and choral selections. One
of the club's functions was the Freshman Minstrel which proved
to he quite a success.
Lffl Io Riglzi-YFir.vt Row: Diehl, Kerr,
Druckenmiller, Brinker, lirahler
cpffflillflllb, Lolcez, Ziegler, Kern,
l,orish, Mr. Peters fDirecforJ, lfegley
fPiani.rlJ. Second Row: Meyers,
Dreas flfllft' I,f!.fl.llt'I1fJ, Lloyd CSecrz-
taryj. Oswald, Hersh, Miller. Gordon,
Schuler, Crourhamel, Silvius, David.
J. Koehler. Third Row: Bailey,
Romanchuk, Andrews, Kline.
Moyer, Mill, Bauman fTrm:urrrD,
Meitzler, Rahenold, Lohrman. l.ippo-
witch. Fourth Row: Lauer, Bear.
Romig, Giering, Kirhy, lfluck, C.
Andrews, Dries, li. Koehler, Greena-
walt, Seip. lick. Not l,1.t'fllTt'lf.'
Genovese, Hensinger. Waschek, Noth-
srein. Confer, Hosfeld, Kohler, Long.
STUDENT COUNCIL TRI-COUNTY MEETING-"NOVCml5Cf 15.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY-NOVCU1bCl' 16, 17, 18.
FRESHMAN M1NsTREL+February 2, 3.
HIGH SCHOOL OPERETTA-Marcli 9, 10.
BAND CoNcERTfApril 6.
DISTRICT ORCHESTRA-April 12, 13, 14.
Music CLUBS CONCERT-May 11.
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Lfjfl lu Rifglil: Reinhard. Rt-insmith
Many times during foothall and haskethall
seasons our teams were cheered on to victory
hy our pcppy cheerleaders.
The girls hegan their work last spring
when three sophomores, .Ian Sachs, "jackie"
lloyer and Carol Schwar. were chosen to
replace the three seniors who were to graduate.
They joined with the experienced cheer-
leaders, Ann Rcinsmith, janet Koze, and
.leant-tte Reinhard. to form our cheering squad.
. Koxc. Boyer. Schwar, Sachs
C 0101+ Z0 Games
Under the guidance of Mrs. Kerr, they
held many long practice sessions in which
they created new cheers and worked for
perfect coordination and rhythm.
Dressed in their snappy new uniforms,
which consisted of yellow slip-over sweaters,
pleated green skirts, and dickcys to match
their skirts, the girls were admired wherever
yer and Kon- It-:nl fans in Rt-insinitliantl Reinhardcheering onteam Sachs and Schwar doing
'xllika-L'lnck-:Xlacka-.-Xlit-," with 'Warsity right." ".-Xcka-l.acka-flung."
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l.r'11u Riqlil f Firrl Rafe: Greiss. llziuinan, Uehman. Unilrovic. D. Miller, Amlri-ws. hlutchler. llilileheiilel,
, . .
Srmnil lwcv: Nlr. :Xlherr Deiscliei' fxlssistant Coaclil, llouseknecht. Wieder. liittenhentler. Nlr, Xlilliam
l.ol1Iw Ulead Coacltb. Gerhart. llanischer. Weaver. Mr. lYalter llauser C.-lssistant Lloaclib. Tllfrtl Rafe:
Stofflet. llinlcer. N. l'olster. l,ahenherg. hlcllinley. Klinger, Niess. Fuurflz Rare: Rainer, li. l'olster. Smith.
Cope. linauss. M. Miller. Fziflli Rme: llilherr, lfeather. li. ll'ieder, Reiss, lfclt. llillegass. Straw.
G'7'l.!llZ?'07Z Men Eymblzkh Medz'ocre Record
'llhe old cry "Hit them hard!" was heard
on the day of August 18, when our Green
and Gold gridiron men started to round
out a smooth working machine. Turning
hack to the '49 season, the splendid record
of seven wins and three losses plus second
place in the Lehigh Valley League is re-
called. For this yearls ball cluh, it was a
challenge to prove that they could up-hold
that fine record. Coach Luke Lohh had
five returning lettermen around which to
form a nucleus.
With the little experience on hand and
the many injuries sustained during the season,
the team had to settle for a five won and five
After the first contest, under the lights,
things looked hrighter than expected. For
the first time in four years lfmmaus defeated
lVluhlenherg Township, hy the overwhelming
, io-captains D. Miller
and M, Ondrovic.
'l'Roi'm' XYINNICKS or 'rms '50 Smsox --
Nl.Ondrovic. winnerofthe Ma ry Deische r ,,
Senior Award 'llrophy for heing the our-
standing player during his high school
career: N. Polster. winner of the Dr. lf.
li. l,ichtenwalner 'lirophy for heing the
most improved player: 'l'. Hoiiseltneclit,
winner of the football for the most out-
standing performance in the llooster
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Tap Lfjfl: lCmmaus High Gridders takti the fit-Id.
Top Righl: Opening kickoff bv
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Hornets at Palmerton. 1
score of 32-7. Continuing with the same
vim and vigor, the team performed magnifi-
cently before its home folks and on September
23 won the first league game by the score
of 26-0 from a strong Stroudsburg team.
By this time the custom of being shoved
aside by Northampton seemed to disappear
among the squad members. However, an
unexpected powerhouse proved differently
and sent our boys home with a S8-0 lacing.
Coming back to the homegrounds, an
undefeated Slatington team invaded and
Lqfi: 'lream gets pre-game
Right: Gerhart sneaks over for
ltmmaus tally against SlZlI'lIlgI0l1.
was turned back by the score of 12e6. The
following lweek our boys traveled to Catasauqua
and looked good in defeating an aggressive
Losing ground as the season rolled on,
our teani fought hard to defeat a scrappy
Lehighton team and win the annual Booster
Game on October 21. The decision went to
us by a Z1-12 count, and the entire student
body capitalized on this victory by having
a holiday the following Monday. Once
again on the road, they traveled to Palmerton,
crowd at halftime.
Right: Quarterback Hamscher
hemmed in hy Northampton
Bollom Lqfl: Our band entertaining football
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coaches steer lfmmaus to 'ictorv.
Lzfl: Determined Hornets return '
to field for second half. I
lvllhflifj' Playrrr Who Conzplrlni Foolball CHffffJ'1NCXf years' team will lose -the services of these liour-teen
players who grzuluatetl. 'l'lu-y are l..fjff to Right: Gelnnan. Antlrt-ws, ,l. Wu-der, Hiltlt-lmeulul. D. Miller,
liirrenhemler. Greiss. Gerliart. lV1llI'l'l1l0l'. Hoilselmeclit. Bauman. llainsclier. Ontlrovlc. Weaver,
hoping to keep the winning streak intact.
The Bombers thought differently and out-
rushed the Hornets for a 12-7. decision.
Playing in the mud, a fine Nazareth team,
which was unbeaten, laid the third defeat
to our Hornets by whipping them, 13-0.
NVith strong rivalry showing up the following
week, our hoys were again turned hack.
This time it was East Greenville, for the
SCHEDULE EJ-Ls. ovv.
Muhlenberg Township. . . 32 7
"fStroudshurg .......... 26 O
"'Northampton. . . 0 S8
'Slatington .... 12 6
lkcatasauqua. . . 27 6
3"Lehighton. . 21 12
"'Palmerton .... 7 12
Nazareth ...... 0 13
East Greenville. . . 12 32
'Whitehall ................. 12 20
Lfllligll Vallry Lmguf Cfznmr
first time since 1939, hy a surprising 3242
Finally, the day came when the seniors
performed for the last time, in the annual
Turkey Day clash which was played at
Whitehall High School. Battling on even
terms most of the way, the Hornets finally
losr out, 2042.
Si-nior Student M Zll12IjJ,l'l s
Strarz a ml l lillwerr
lajfl lo Rfgfzl- Ffrfl Rnfv: ,l.auer. Yealccl. Nt-iuieycr, Silva. Fink, NVeavcr.'Nich0las. Smith, Mr. Donald lmilit-1isp1'1'g1-I'
ffoaclij. S."l'1UlllI.Rl?fZ'.' ,l. lxnauss. l.. Knauss. l'ik'1lfllCl'.SI1'IOll,.'xllCIlklk'l'. Xliieder. liaust. .-Xlrhousc. sCl1l'lll'I1lK'I'j1t'l'. 1'!l1'f11R1lIl'.'
Cope. Strouse, lrump. AlltlI't'WS. Kotak. l.auchnor. llouseltncchr. lxardos. Diehl. lfnzzrlli Rn-:c': llcycr. Schwar. Scliillit-rt.
lleal'y. Geiger. Sehriug. RIlllilk'I1l1lISl1.
J. V. 'J Poysess Power and Speed for Eumre
To this squad goes the responsibility of
grooming football men for our future varsity
teams. Under the tutelage of Mr. Leiben-
sperger, and assisted hy seniors Earl Smith
and Kenny Nicholas, our young gridiron
men estahlished a record of two wins and
Our juniors had a difficult time getting
started and howed in their first contest to
lVluhlenherg Township on the home grounds
ins ll. l'olstt-r and
Central Catholic, , .
Central Catholic. . .
lVluhlenherg Township. .
hy a 9 to U score. Un Octoher 16, our .I.V.'s
rebounded and pushed aside an aggressive
Catasauqua team hy the score of2lfO. llravel-
ing to Central Catholic, for their one and
only game away from home, the second loss
of the season was tagged on hy a 13--76 count.
Nleeting Central Catholic as the opposition
for the second time, our juveniles, showing
great impiiovement, evened the series and their
season's record with a convincing H-'12 score.
ng, l lcycr
l Student Managers St-hri
l Geiger. X01 I' 1'f- mmf:
Lzifil In Riglzf F1'r.rl Race: Boyer. llousekneeht. li. Sachs. llt-ist. l,ielitemvalm'r CCaptainD. Wessner. lfisher. .l. Sachs. llenning,
xl. Rt-insniith. SlrunI1'r1g.' Coclclin fStuclent MilllHgL'lAD. Nlintx CSt.utlent lVlana'gt-rl. Knapp, lVl. lf. Reinsmith. iliflllllf. Mrs.
Kerr CCoachJ. liieher. Clauser, Smith fStutlent Managerj, li. Kline QSenior Student Nlanagerj. .Ynl Piflurnl: N. Kline,
Girls Display Ski!! and Spzhfzf
lloping to follow the pattern ol' previous
teams, who had won the unofficial league
championship for the past two years, the
lassies startecl off with a hang, winning six
straight games: two from Coopershurg and
single victories over the Alumni, Central
Catholic, Vllhitehall, and Slatington.
Then our team was suddenly awakened to
the fact that the competitive spirit in girls'
lwaskethall was rapidly increasing. The first
team to exhibit this spirit was a tall, sharp-
- I l ' SCHEDULE
Klll'.fX'l'IiS Reinsnnth. l.1cntt-nwalner.
Coopersluurg . . .
Qoopersburg . . .
Central Catholic. .
":Slatington . .
:"Palmerton . .
Central Catholic. .
:kSlatington . .
Catasau qua .....,
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shooting l'almerton aggregation which won
a thrilling 42 39 contest from the Ilorm-rs.
'lihis clefeat was followetl hy two more, at
the hancls of Catasauqua anal Central Catholic,
hefore the girls came through with clecisive
victories over Whitehall and Slatington. After
another loss to Palmerton, the team put a
thrilling encl to an exciting season with a
S1-51 tie with the new league champions,
1211.5 Opp. llouselcneeht looks on as Ili-is: jumps
with Carry guartl, l.att-r Ili-is: svoret
19 tying ln-lil goal.
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l,qf'1 In Rigfzf Sr'1ll1'4f.' Charlesworth. Housekneelit. Hamseher CCQ-Captainj. Gerhart ffo-Captainj. liittenhencler. ,-Xtlanis.
Slrllltfillgf Ontlrovic, Pavanello, Hellman, Letterhouse, Moyer, Brown, Polster, Andrews. .N 01 Pirlunfd: Coach Tuttle.
Hezlglzt Iiandzkap and Ifzjuries Izzlaz'bz'Z Varsity
Coach 'lluttle's squad, during the past
season, estalvlishecl a poor league reeord ol'
one win against thirteen clefeats. Their
sueeess was limitecl partiallv luv a lack of
height anal also hy injuries sustained during
'lihe team started off fairly well, with a
three win and four lost reeorcl in pre-season
games. Ol' these games our most capable
clemonstrations of power and teamwork were
in the two contests with Coopersliurg anal
in the Lansdale game, although this power
failed to heeome a factor strong enough to
overcome the height advantage ol' the league
The league season was opened with a
thrilling one-point victory at Lehighton, anal
this narrow margin triumph provecl to he
'l'iioi'm' WINNERS: l'avanello, hest at foul-slioqtinga
t ituns llamseher :uul Polster, most improved playerg and Clerliart, winner N-uior htutlent hlanagt
Gt-rhart. of the assist trophy.
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lajfl lu High! lXvIIl'A'lI'7I.Lf.' Geiger fStudent lvlllll-IIQCYD. lllillegass fStutlm-nt lVl2lIl2l,lLL'l'j. Nlr. llauser Cfoaehj. Slllflll CStudent
Managerj. Krauss fStudL-nt Managerj. Sl!lIIll'17Ig,' Miller, lrump, Reiss, Houseknechr, Cope, lVleGinley, Rahn, l,eiser,
Wieder, lolster, Feather, Knauss, Urland.
fznzior Varsziy T aka League' Cbampiomhzb
Coach llauser's 'lunior Varsity piled up an
exeellent league record ol' ll wins and 2 losses
and thus st-wed up an unehallenged champion-
The ,lay Vees compiled one ol' the hest
win-loss records in school history and deserved
the respeet and admiration of the fans. They
trouneed four of the six pre-season teams and
also liast Greenville, a niid-season, independent
opponent. Opening the regular season with
tireless energy, they set the paee in the league
with a five-game winning streak. ilihe first
half was elosed with the only two league
defeats of the season. All the power and
speed of the underclassmen lwroke loose in the
seeond hall' as they eopped the championship
with a clean sweep of the league.
We are looking forward to these hoys to
form the hulwark of a fighting varsity next
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lajf! In Rzglzl ltr.-'I Rafe: link, plntler. hassaman. Snyder. hpayd. lloyer. Sachs. llt-ist. llennhaeh. Nl. Clauser. ll. Richard.
Silva. Srfmnl Ruff: Vl'etzel. ll. lVliller. Gilhert. lf. Richard. hegley. C. Clauser. l.loyd. Oswald. lf. Miller. l,orish. llonse-
knecht. liohrhach. Tlrinl k'n-re: Bauman. Nl. Nliller. Kuhns. Sterner. lluss. Gelnnan. Brown. lloliliman. Knauss. Smith.
Development of Physica! C00m'z'nat1'0rz Exhibited
hlany ol' the more adept and agile memhers 'l'umhling, expert use ofthe gym apparatus,
ol. our school volunteered in late winter for rope-skipping, dancing, and several other
our flashy Gym Team. lVlr. Tuttle instructed events were the main attractions, while
and assisted the hoys while Mrs. Kerr was in elowning was an added feature.
charge ol' the girls' gymnastics. After many
weeks of practice and training, these students
displayed their talents in the annual Gym
lfxhihition, held March 29 and 30, hefore two
large groups of spectators.
Those athletes who had heen on the team
for two years and had participated in two or
more activities each year were awarded a green
and gold letter.
'Xliller and Clilhert in a hand-lcnee halanee. Ciehman and Smith doing douhle liandstantl on par nlltl Ii ns
Richard in a headstand. while clowns llittenhentler and llauman loo
Lefl to Riglil Firft Roca: Knauss. Batman. Charlesworth, Ondrovic, l.. NVeaver. Fenstermakcr, lgihunhcrg. Marsh. Mr.
l.olsh fCoachJ. Semml Row: Reiss, l,uiser, lfink, Butz, Silva, Ht-yer. R. VVeaver, C. Miller. Nicss. Tliinl Raw: Smoll
CStudent Managt-rj, Krauss CStudcnt Manage-rj. Cleinow. A. Hoffman, Copll. Brown. Howertur. lick, M. Hoffman, Strata
CSi-nior Student Managcrj. fillllflll Row: Seaman, Berger, Diehl, Rahn, Treichlcr, Musser, lf. Miller.
Top: lirown and Charlcsworth ready to start 220.
lfoIIom.' Marsh and l,Zll1L'l1l5t'I'g practicing with javclin and discus.
Cifzdefmen Lezele Experience
With the impressive record of their prede-
cessors as a constant reminder of past achieve-
ments, the ,"51" track squad did its best to re-
capture thelLehigh Valley League Championship
for the fifth consecutive year.
Coach Uohb feared a lean year in track, due
to lack of ekperience, but the team worked hard
to overcome this handicap. By continued prac-
tice, the boys maintained good condition and
quickly mastered the skills required ofa champion.
The out 'ome of the season, however, depended
largely on fhe performances of the two returning
letterwinners. These boys were "Bill" Brown
and Lloyd Charlesworth.
The tealii began its season on April 3 with a
meet at Quakertown, and then met Bethlehem,
Lehighton, Allentown, Whitehall, Northampton,
and Palmerton. Besides the afore mentioned, the
team also participated in the L. V. I. A. A. meet
held at Northampton, the District ll Meet, and
the P. I. A. State Meet at State College.
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lajfl lo Riglzl-I"ir.fl Row: Nlr. 'liuttle fCoachJ, Douglas Born Stichtcr Hamsclur li iuman liitttnliuultr lloxu llousm
knccht. l.etrerhouse, C. Wiedcr CStudent lVlanagerD. Strand Rot I Vlicdcr Stmor Srudcnt M in igtr lolsrti Dui
M. Miller, Knauss, Ondrovic, Delano Bortz, Andrews, Nlutchler fScnior Student Managcrj 'N alP1rIured D Miller iyuliait
Diamofm' Stars Excel
Coach Tuttle had the good fortune of having
the greater part of last year's Lehigh Valley
League Championship team return for action
this season. This lineup of veterans, which
included pitchers, "Walt" Bauman and "Doug"
llortzg infielders, "Donny" Stichter, "Dick',
Hamscher, and "Don" Millerg and out-fielders,
"Donny,' Andrews and "Hal" Bittenbender,
together with some promising newcomers, made
up an aggressive and good defensive aggregation
whose only weak spot was its lack ofhitting power.
During the season the Hornets crossed bats
with Coopershurg, Central Catholic, Slatington,
Stroudsburg, Palmerton, Lehighton, VVhitehall,
Northampton, and Catasauqua.
Due to the early deadline which the copy for
this yearhook had to meet, we regret that we
are unable to print the outcome of the campaign.
llut it looks like a great season, topped off, we
hope, hy the fourth consecutive championship
for lfmmaus High.
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RALSTON'S FLOWERS Si?
Auto Painting :md lVlcr:1l Work
ICMMAUS Phone: Allentown 56-1731
Phone Allentown 3-6-L16
RALPH B. SASSAMAN, Sr.
HATCHERY AND POULTRY TFARM
POULTRY Suvmuzs, Dkusslzn POULTPTY, AND EGGS
QNear Eaft TUNIJID
MACUNGIE, R.F.D. l, PENNA
FUR COATS of
Direct from Factory to You a co-
12-H SOUTH FOURTH STREET
EMMAUS, PA. if
RAY F' Complimentf
CTROCERIISS -M ICE CREAM 4 of
DR. TCHESTER E. KIRK
515 CHlss'rNU'r STRIQIQT T
PZMMAUS, PA. if
Peaches and Apples
ll IIOLLSALE AND RL FAIL
ROUT1-:s 29 -100
I3 7 H
P. J. SIEGFRIED
Phone 98-W-2 Emniaus
Parts and Accessories
AAA Towing Service
Atlantic Gas and Oil
, C077ZPfI'7llzT'lIfI of
HOPIACE w. scHANTz
lllodern FHCl'l1'fl't'J - Centrally Located
Licensed Funeral Director and
THIIKIJ AND MAIN STR1sizTs
Phone 11 7 EMMAUS, PA.
LEIIICII VALL.EY,S QLEADING
W itzwer-Jones ompzmy
923 HAMILTON STREET i ALLENTOWN, PA.
F R I T C H , S Cfllllfifl-IIIFVIIJ' Qi'
Fine GI'0I'L'I'I'L'5 and C07lf6'l,'fl'0Il,S' WEIDAS LUNCH EONETTE
and MILK BAR
SIXTH AND CHESTNUT STREETS
8 SOUTH FOURTH S'l'Rl5l5T
A L T H O U S E
FIFTH AND RAILROAD STREETS
Complete AUTO REPAIR SERVICE
ACCESSORIES AND SUI'Pl.IIiS
High Grade Oils and Greasing
130 NORTH FOURTII STREET Ckmrj
GEORGE J. J. KOCH GARAGE
GENERAL REPAIRING A
rFOVVlNG SERVICE - XAIIELDING
fllfl Roni! 29
l'lIOm': lfmmsnus OIF-B2
R1-SIIII-ncc Alluntown 3-699S
Plmonc: PENNSIIURC 550
Paul S. Spaar, Inc.
Sain and Serviu'
ROUTE 29 - NEAR HEREFORD
CLARENCE R. RITTER
FUN ERAL IDIRECTOR AN D
Tele. 342 EIIIIIHIIIS
36-38 SOUTH FIFTH STREET
FOR the BEST in RESILIENT
F loaf Cocvering
Armstrong and Nairn Linoleum liubber-Asphalt,
Cork and Linotile, l-lardwiek-Magee Co.,
Firth and Mohawk Carpeting.
Floors to meet your flooring requirements, whether hard
surface or correctly styled carpeting. l
Insured e 27 Years Experience N Fully Equipped
Phone Allentown 56-1281
oWEN M. BASTIAN
LEHIGH VALLEY'S ORIGINAL LINOLEUM CONTRACTOR
Junction Routes 222 and 100
THE BUTZ COMPANY
FOURTH AND MAIN STREETS
PAUL S. C. RINKER
-Il SOUTH SECOND STREET
DR. E. J. TREXLER
FAUST SERVICE STATION
Route 100 MACUNKIIE, PA
JOHN BAILEY. Prop.
BEER, LIQUOR, AND NVINE
Phone 97-B ALBURTIS, PA.
MOYER'S FOOD MARKET
Groceries, Meats, Produce
Emmaus 599-W ALISURTIS, PA
E. B. SCH U LTZ
HARDWAR"f SHORTY'S PLACE
PAINTS' Unis, L Ilxlwln lion-'R Prop
MACUNGIF, PA. TQBACCO AND CANDY
RAUCH'S GROCERY STORE STOhTZ 3, EISENHARD
GROCERIES - CANDIES
CGLD MEATS - SODAS
516 NORTH STREET
"Own ll ,Uillion In UN"
ABC :md Easy Washers
Frigidaire Automatic WHSl1Cl'S
I Hoover Cleaners
0 Phone 330
MEATS : GROCERIES
LEIIIGH VALLEY DAIRY PRODUCTS
103 NORTH SEVENTH STREET
PHON E 150
ICMMAUS, 1 A. 5
General Machine Co., Inc.
Electric F urnace-Man, Inc.
A'fd7Z'IlfCICf1l7'67'.V and D1f.v1'1'1'b1zf01'.v of
EFM Complete Boiler - Stoker Units
EFM Complete Furnace - Stoker Units
EFM Conversion Stokers
EFM Complete Boiler - Burner Units C0iIj
EFM Conversion Oil Burners
l"oUR'rH AND FURNACE STREETS lCMMAUs I
STEPHEN'S MARKET THE TRIANGLE SHOP
528 NORTH SECOND STREET UN THF TRMNGW
Phone 536-B EMMAUS, PA. Phone 950 EMMAUS, PA
WE Dmlvlau 1 l
WOIIlCIl,S and CI1lldl'CI1,S Wear
Frefh and Cold Meat: 3 .
Frozen Foodf Grocerzef 1 Yald Goods
Brfyeff Ice Cream McCall Patterns
1 Complzmenlf of
Noferl For Goof! Food F
The Ideal Place for Parties ' I
and Banquets ' NI- D-
Allentown, 56-H12 1 UQ'
The' 1951 "TAITTLER', prinzged by the
LLOYD E. BRENSING ER C0,,Lp,,-,,, m
GROCERIES, FRUITS, MEATS, of
AND VEGETABLES GLENN H. SHANTZ
IU, Cm Iiil M. D.
Z0 N. FIFTH ST. EMMAUS, PA. il'
SUPERIOR COMBUSTION INDUSTRIES, INC.
U11 ff: STEAM GEN ERATORS
CIAS AND Ou, BURNIQRS
lleafer,v: CDN DI-IN s ERS
SHIIVIERVILLE ZOLLINGER - HARNED'S
DRIVE - IN - THEATRE ,
HAMILTON STREET NEAR SIXTH
. N 72?
ILMMAUS AND PENNSBURD
ROUTE 29 TIIE HPARK AND Sum,"
ii? Department Store that give:
"S E5 II" Green Stampf
Fivzeszi in Outdoor
Shows nightly ut dusk
W- 137 -A
"Say It PI71'tlz Flowmwu . . . Uffzy Mot Ufith Ours?
NEW YORK FLORAL CO.
Phone 9685 or 9686
906 TO 912 HAMILTON STRISIVI'
A ALLENTOWN, PA.
A .Modern Pharmacy
In lf'I'l'l'y Sum' of rluf W01'd
A Complete Line Of
AND GIl"TS AT THE RIGHT
DUNDORE'S DRUG STORE
011 the Triangla
HILLOIDE MOTOR CO.
525 CHESTNUT STRE ET
1 Phone 369
of SELIQSERVICE MARKET
E 1 RAHN A P
104 N. Fou1iTn ST. IQMMAUS, PA
ji? Phone 312
A - 138 -A 2
KEMMEREFYS MEN'S SHOP
DRIES SERVICE STATION
ICARI. and PICARI. DRIICS, Prop.
ICSSO GAS AND MOTOR OILS
PI 1cml1n-: lf:m1AL2s 68613-Z
ON Tina 'l'1uANm,,5 Ol"l"lK'I.'Xl. INSPI-3Cl'l0N S'I'.fX'l'ION
Supplff Smlfm I 14f' Crmm
"'m"'WS PENNA' AL1sURT1s, RD. 1
"TED" IO BST
Lora! Diflribulur Qf
Fegelyfr Dairy Producti
Qzmlity Bakfd Good:
"It Payf to Look WW!"
HEATEFYS BARBER SHOP
XV.-'XI.'l'liR H1aA'l'liR. Prop.
A L S O
Hunting and Fishing Supplies
PA? Hunting and Fishing Licenses
-H7 QOUTH FIFTH QTRFFT Opvn t'VL'l'j' day uxccpt Monday
L Phone: lfmifws 97R-2
'I 483-M EMMAUS PA. ,
I Mme , MAIN BTRISIZT A1,1sUR'1'1s, PA
Fi El N H A RT'S
COIlZPHIll.E7l.l'.X' 7 3 4 ' M
Siaifns - CANDIISS
of HALLMARR GREETING CARDS
ARTHUR P. HOUSER
510 CHESTNUT STR1i1a'1'
EIVINIAUS JEWEL SHOP
Sex UI For
lfmmazu High Clan Ringf
Phone 30-B 338 MAIN STRR1
C07l1jJlIT7lIL'1LfJ' RICQHARUS MARKET
of 351 CHESTNUT STREET
FREDERICK A. DRY I EMMAUS' PEW'
lvl. D. I if
S Phone 5-ll-W
FRESIITFRUITS - VEGETABLES
HOTPOINT - CROSLEY - PHILCO APPLIANCES
MOTOROLA - EMERSON - PHILCO TELEVISION
Sale! and Service A
Phone lfmmuus 635-R-2 SlEllMlCRVll,I,Ii
Upen, Efwnfn J
one 50-R RADIO SERVICE '
DAVID'S ELECTRIC ? KEMMERER
Emmazu Record Ileadquczrtery PAPER COMPANY
314 MAIN STREET il?
1951 TATTLER STAFF 3554357 I'IAMII,TON STREET
I ALLENTONVN, PA.
E M M A U S
MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS
MEN'S, LADIES', and BOY'S WESTERN SHIRTS
ELM AND MOYER STREETS
I 319 MAIN STRIQICT
of I ICMMAUS, PA.
A. E. KRATZER, lvl. D. gif
Si? 'lljfck-Up :md Delivery"
X Phone 58-I-R
CLINTON A. SCHMOYER
CARL F. SCHMOYIQR
S C H M 0 Y E R
Phone: Allen town 56-9092
A BREINIGSVILLE, PA.
C. T. FLEXER ESTATE
WAYNE A. FEATHER HAULING, EXCAVATINII,
Plumbing 84 Heating AND
THIRD AND MAIN
l Phone 16-L-W
22 MAIN STREET
I EMMAUS, PA.
T H li
E M M A U
Pajama Company, Inc:
Rmcslz STR12121' AND KEYSTONIQ AVENUI
GONGRATULATES THE GRADUATES
GOOD LUCK AND BEST WISHES
ON YOUR jOURNEY THROUGH LIFE
Plmnc: TCM Nl AI IS 27 I-R
HEIKIIIERT E. SEIBERT, Prop.
128 EAST MAIN STREE1
Social and Commercial+ Printing
C and G MOTOR CO.
AutlIor1'zrd KAISER - FRAZER Dfalfr
RIECONDITIONIZD USISD CARS
HARRISON AND STATIQ ROAD EMMAUS, PA
GABLE'S RESTAURANT of
We Specialize DFI. E. A. WILSON
PENNA. DUTCH COOKING 'lt'
ROBERT J. WIEDER SWU, ,H-
BR I CKLAYING CONTRACTOR
WORK DONIS AT PRICIas
YOU CAN AFI-'ORD
557 CHESTNUT STREET
PINE TREE PARK
TTIIOMAS IVIIKLIENCIC, Prop.
B 84 H C0mpl1'n1r'11!.r
R. . R
Phone 142-B D 1 KARL H KLE X
MAIN STREET EMMAUS, W Pi'
B W' I ' P
ff' 'W NEEDLECRAFT SHOP
TIM Cmdmuw of 1951 1147111 and Crochft Cotton
Domeqfic and Imporlvd llfuzleiex
cRAurvlER,s 1 ,Q
On The Triangle 4320 CHIQSTNUT S'rRrs1zT
Phone 414W EMMAUS, PA
EMMAUS, PA. F I .
y fre fzflrufl If
ECONOMY S TORE
WAIllil'IN S. BRo1ss'1', Prop.
-L22-42-L ELM STREET
, Funeral DE.VI.g7l,X' I
Phone 38 EMMAUS, PA. 4 We Wil.e Flowers
A110 ' if
, . , . SECOND AND RIDGE STREETS
R'1d1os - RCf1'lgCf3t0fS - TCICVISIOI1, Etc.
ABC Washers - Caloric Stoves
E Phone 410-B
JOSEPH I. HAINES
ELECTRIC and GAS APPLIANCES
MAYTAG - WESTINGHOUSE - PHILCO
IRONRITE - HOTPOINT
and many others
SALES AND SERVICE
328 Main Street Allentown, R.D. 3
ICMMAUS, PA. CETRONIA, PA.
II6-120 SOUTH SIXTH S'l'RIiIi'I'
Siner I N0-I
CHESTNUT ST. MARKET
711 CHESTNUT STREET
For flllfff that pleafe
IVllNNICH'S GIFT SHOP
COLD .IIEATS - FRESII .IIEATS
GROCERIES Telephone 359-I3
PHONE 101-R 562 CHESTNUT ST. EMMAUS, PA
30-I MAIN STREET
LADIES,, CHILDREN,S, AND IVIENyS
IDRY Goous AND NOTIONS
WEST END SERVICE
C. n. IIRENSINGIELR. lu-op.
GAS AND OIL
OFF! C I .AI 1, S TJ T15 1.YSPliC TIOX
Wheel Balancing and Alignment
1003 CHESTNUT STREET
IJIAIVIONDS as JEWELRY E WATCHES Genera! fl'I6'l'C1I,!1'llfZI-SL'
Fll"TH AND BROAD S'l'RlClC'liS
1015 HAMILTON STREET I EMMAUS PA'
ALLENTOWN, PA. I
jk C0ll7'ff'OllJ Service - Fair Prieex
HIIZIIHTE Silver and Cold are Fairly Soldm I Phone 681-B
I'lI,,Y'lU'Ed - Experienced -- Equipped
PAINTING and DECORIATING
Shop and Office:
1180 Noirrn SEVENTH STREET I ALLENTOWN, PA.
Decorating Department I Pahztiing and Spraying
Cliurclies, Club Rooms, Factories, Offices, Display Rooms
Homes, Aiiditoriums xV8l'6ll0l1SCS, Garages, Etc.
Steam Cleaning - Sandlilasting
VVater Proofing - Calking - DIIIIHIJ Proofing
-- 150 -- ,
D. D. Fritch Milling Co.
A1011 Ilf616'fIU'L'l',k' of
X X X X
FANCY FLOUR AND FEEDS
MOORE'S LUNCH EONETTE
,x1z'1'HUR --tink.-y" K1-QRN. imp.
BEER, XVINIES, AND LIQUORS
CHICKEN AND SHA F0011
Phone Emmaus 696-R
PICKERING'S DRESS SHOP
DRESSES -- SUITS - TOPPERS
LINGERIE - NYLONS
340 NIAIN STREIQT EMMAUS, PA.
Nlks. M1NN11a 'l'lwxi1soiua, Mgr.
I,,'XYliR Cuciss PII-is Q' crum KII
Variety of Bread Baked Daily at
71-73 CHURCH S'l'RIiE'I'
.ILSO .I FULL LINE Ol" GROCl:'Rll:'S
Store Opv.-n lfvcnings for Yo lll' Conn-nicnc
life Have A Full Selection Qf .... A
EMMAUS HIGH SCHOOL
CLASS RINGS F
Wand Z fancfai
FAMOUS WATCHES - FINE DIAMCJNIJS
jewelry of Distinction
We Clive S. U H. Trading Stilmpf
FINF FEMININE FOGTWFAR
807 HAMILTON STREET ALLENTOWN, PA
PERKIQMEN TRANSFER, mc.
EMMAUQ PA. '
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C' A' DORNEY EMMAUS THEATRE
L1'l11'gl1 fI0ll7lI:V,.f Eff! Show Valm
DRA PE RI E S
EJIfIbZI'JI16d in 1877
E7I,IKI'II1I.7l'Hl,L'7I,f for you and
the enlzfre family.
612 HAMILTON STRE
575 CH ESTN UT STREET
IF IT'S AN ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE
WE HAVE IT
SERVICE AFTER THE SALE
fg 153 -
1 by RITTER
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Due lo our location and low overhead, Rz'tter'.ffeuabZe you to expresy
your individuality and perfonality at pricex no hhigher than ordinarily
charged for cornmereial quality. 1
We pay no high city rerztf, taxex, etc. 1
ROBERT E. RITTER1 sf SONS
187-191 MAIN STREET 1 EMMAUS, PENNA.
open Daily from 9:00 AM. to 81:30 PM.
111 l1fJfJl'6'Cl.l1f1.07I for f!1L'fI.7IC17ICI-ll! ,vzfpport gfoevz, the yearbook by the
bll.N'I'7l6'.Y.V L'5fdbl1'.S'1L7ll6'7I,f5 of EIlZ7lld'1l5 and 51u'1'o11f1zcZ111g e01111111w11'f1'e5, the
1951 Taffler Staff wishex to extend their sf1'nee1'e thanks for making fllllf,
the twenty-11u1'111rh ECfI'fI'O1lV of The Taftler poxxzofe.
III the fJl'0lZI16'fI'0'7IV of 1l11'.v ll'7I1IIl!1! we are fvzdeezl g1'aref11! fo 1W1'.
f:l1l'C'1'lI SI.E.Y!IOffZ of C61f'C'I.7I SI'llIlJl'0, 1111: Charles RL'I'7l1IllI'fII?' of SCl7Id6'I'.V-
RL'I'll!Il1l'df Company, and 1W1'. Garreir All.r?l'.V of A1I.6'l'5-Bllffl11161711 Lifho-
gI'fIjJfII'7lg C077Ij5CI7ly for their eo0pe1'atz'01z and exeellehi work.
To 111155 Strafzcss and the senior seeretarzfal class for their help and
pa1'1'e11,ee in the typing of the yearbook 111azfe1'1'a!,' to IVI1: Sehaaelf and the
567111-Ol' E'7Zg!If5lL classes for their a5.f1'5ta11ee in C077lfD05'lf7Zg the 5e1z1'o1'
b1'Ogl'l1fD!l1.E5, and Io af! others who have helped 1.11 any way 10 make
this year book a success our sincere fha11le5.
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Page 1 Pagf
ACKNOWLEDGMENT ,,.,....... . . . 155 GYM TEAVI ,............. .... 1 05
ADMINISTRATION SECRETARIES. . . . 6 GYMNASTIC CLUB, BOYS' . . . . . . . 90
ADMINISTRATORS ............ ..... 7 HI JEFF. ,.............,.......... 72-73
ADVERTISEMENTS .,...,... .. 109-154 HIGH LIGHTS IN OUR SCHOOL LIFE .. 60-61
ARTS AND CRAFTS CLUB .... 84 HOME NUBSING CLUB ............. . 87
ATHLETIC CLUB, GIRLS, . . . . . . 90 INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB. . . . . . . . . 85
BAND .................. . . . 78-79 JUNIOR CLASS ............... .... -1 8-49
BASEBALL ................... 107 JUNIOR GLEE CLUB ............. , 93
BASKETBALL, GIRLS, .......,. . . . . . 101 JUNIOR PROM CCZMJ of 19515. . . . . 66
BASKETBALL, JUNIOR VARSITY .... 10-1 KNITTINGJCLUB .....,...... . . 85
BASKETBALL, SENIOR PLAYERS .... . . . 103 LIBRARY CLUB. . . . . . . . . . . 89
BASKETBALL, VARSITY ........ 102 LOW DOv1'N .... .... 6 2-63
CAFETERIA ............ . . . 88 MAJORETTES .... . .... 78-79
CHEERLEADERS .... .... . . . 96 MONITOR1CLUB ......., . . . 77
CHEFS, CLUB ................ 88 NATURE STUDY CLUB .... . 86
CHESS AND CHECKERS CLUB ..... 92 ORCHESTRA, CONCERT .... . 83
CHORUS .......,,.......,,.. 80 ORCHESTILA, DANCE ........ . 83
Cl.ASS WILL. . . .. . 56 PERSONAILITIES .......... .. . . . 57
CLASSES ............................. 58 SCABBARI? AND BLADE CLUB ,.., . 91
COLOUR GUARDS .................... 78-79 SCHOOL DIRECTORS, BOARD OF... . 6
CONSERVATION AND WILD LIFE CLUB .. 86 SCHOOLS .1 ................... .. . 67
D1iBA'I'ING AND READING CLUB ........ 89 SENIOR QLASS ...... . .... 13--15
DO YOU REMEMBER? ........ 59 SENIOR CLASS PLAY .... .... 7 -1-75
IDRAMATICS CLUB ......... ...... 8 1 SOPHOMOBE CLASS ....... .... 5 0-51
FACULTY ..........,........ . . . 8-9-10 STUDENT1 COUNCIL ......... . . . . 76
FOOTBALL, JUNIOR VARSITY. . . . . . 100 THANKS 1TO THE FACULTY. . . . . . 11
FOOTBALL, SENIOR PLAYERS. . . . . . 99 THE TATTLIER QYearbookj ..... . . . . 70-71
FOOTBALL, VARSITY ....... . . . 97 TRACK. .................. . . . . . 106
FORIQWORD .......... . . . 4 TRI-HI-Y CLUB .................... . 87
FRESHMAN CLASS ...... . . . 52-53 TYI'ICAL,DAY AT EMMAUS HIGH SCHOOL 6-1-65
FRESHMAN MINSTREI, .... 81 TYPING QLUB ....................... . 92
GLEE CLUB, BOYS, .... .. . 82 VARSITYJ "E" CLUB. . . . . 91
GLIEIE CLUB, GIRLS, . . . 82
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