Moravian College - Benigna Yearbook (Bethlehem, PA)

 - Class of 1948

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7fze genignca V- 1 MORAVIAN COLLEGE FOR WOMEN COUNTESS BENIGNA We ggnjyngg fulnafeen fwuff,-ea7Jf1 .. . PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS .. BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA I Eenigna Slay Editor-in-Chief .... Business Manager .. Associate Editors .... Advertising Manager .... N. . . Senior Biographers.. Photography Staff. . . Art Editor ..... Advertising Staff .... . . . . Doris Helms . . . Louise Walter . ..... Mildred Schlegel Elsie Kalrnloach .Emmeline Ungurian Marjorie Schuessler Chrisanthi Stavrides Beatrice Antolick . . .Maria Sideris Hildred Humenik Shirley Marks . . . . .Helen Woods .. . .Marilyn Grube, Geraldine Landis, Lois Rabenold, Wilma Shimer, lean Weidner Feature Staff .......... Shirley Furchner, Esther Goldberg, lanice Larash, Marilyn Richardson, Barbara Smoke ww ew af fm presents the story of the years 1945-1948 in which We have recorded for you the events that did so much to rndke our stdy dt Mordvidn dn interesting dnd Worthwhile experience. OUR BENIGNA STAFF GIVES YOU SOME OF THE HIGHLIGHTS ix., 'ZOB being a true friend to us, C! the members oi the class of '48, We thank you, Mrs. Curtis. We appre- ciate the excellent instruction We have re- ceived irom you and also the aid Which, as faculty adviser, you gave our class dur- ing the year. But, above all, We are in- debted to you for your cooperation with us and your sympathetic interest in our indi- vidual problems. May We in part show our gratitude and appreciation for all you have done by dedicating to you our 1948 BENIGNA. ' ' 1 Adm. gfeozye Cuzfia Nlma liffwiea Where the belfry looms majestic In the storied Bethlehem town, Where melodious trombone glory From the stars comes grandly down, Stands our stately alma mater With a story fine and old: We salute thee, queenly mother, Hail, the Purple and the Gold! Fair Moravian, We revere thee. Mother of our tender youth, We have caught thy heart's affection, We have learned thy mind's great truth Thou hast Wrought eternal friendships, Filled our souls with joys untold: Hail, beloved Moravian College: Hail, the Purple and the Gold! Though We live Where glow the tropics, Dwell Where shines an icy sea, Like thy green immortal ivy Our fond hearts shall cling to thee: Banisher of care and sadness, Guardian of the Light of Old, Hail forever, dear Moravian, Hail, the Purple and the Gold! -Words by Charles K. Meschter Music by T. Edgar Shields UR chapel has been the nu- cleus of our life at Moravian. In our first chapel program as freshmen We were impressed with ideals of Mora- vian which broadened our vision and helped us to decide just what We could contribute to the college during our stay here. We became better acquainted with our president, our dean, and our class- mates in the daily worship programs con- ducted in the chapel, and it was there that We saw for the first time the beautiful Mo- ravian Christmas candlelight service. As sophomores and juniors We came to use our chapel more and more for many other activities, as well as for religious Zzaaewaacf worship. How Well We remember the club meetings, the rehearsals for our musicals, the guest speakers, and the presentations of our plays. When as seniors We now look back on these four years at Moravian, our thoughts invariably turn to the chapel in which We prayed and sang together. lt is for this reason that proudly We choose our Mora- vian College chapel as the theme of this, the yearbook of the class of l948. And so We think of our ivy-covered chapel as We recall our Loyalty Song: So Moravian we long love and cherish thee, And the belfry we'l1 ever adore. 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The "how" of growth Will be solved by scientists, but its existence is quite obvious. The class of 1948 will soon be alumnae. They will change their statusp their interests will inevitably shift: their horizons will be altered. They will be the same, yet not the same. How altered they are from what they were as children or even as freshmen! Their funded experiences in and out of classroom, labora- tory and library have made them what they are. Sentiments and memories belong to the- past, but they help to color the future. For life is ongoing Whether placid or torrential. You Will carry with you what you have been. ln each of you there is a core of being, malleable and ductile. It Will act upon its environ- ment and be reacted upon by all that it encounters. The manner of this con- junction Will be the test of the value of your education. Do not be afraid of the unknown. lt contains a challenge to faith. lt need never be monotonous. A life which is humbly dutiful to God and serviceable to man, irradiated and energized by love, can meet the future hopefully. You may be confident that however circumstances may change or situations alter, the changes within may be progressively "from grace to grace" and at last will melt into the fullness of the glory of heaven itself. May this be the experience of each of you! President of the College in Zcflvvlllfl, yLlZea,lfA, cfltifl jane .-Sffmblblef lean! llffeddaqe Graduation is always a time for both regret and anticipation. After four years of close association with Moravian College tor Women, you, the members of the class of l948, can look back on many experiences which have become the woot of the fabric oi your lives. Perhaps you regret that the design you have been weaving is not stronger in texture, nor more vivid in color. Couple such an idea with the thought, that because of your college experience, you will have the opportunity to select more discreetly what you weave into the unfolding warp of the future. Through the years that are to come, may the strand of loyalty and devotion to your Alma Mater, which has been so characteristic of you individually and as o class, continue in your new designs for living. A great Moravian depends upon daughters like you, who will keep their interest in her future alive and active. The influence of a college as a creative and stabilizing force in the lite of a nation and of the world is commensurate with the character, interests and service of its graduates. As you depart from her guiding hand, may you increasingly bring honor and renown to her good name. Dean of the College EDWIN J. HEATH ......,..... EDITH JANE STAUFFER.. ARTHUR S. COOLEY ....,. HELEN ATKINS ........ FANNY M. HARRAR ...... .....President .........Dean . . . . .Registrar .............,.............Librarian ROWLAND STROHMEIR ,..... ................... A uditing and Recording Secretary LUCILLE K. KLINGAMAN. MRS. ROBERT R. MILLER. . . . . ....................................,.,. Field Secretary Assistant to the Registrar and Secretary to the Dean MRS. CARL W. FLEISCHER ...,. ............................ S ecretary to the President GERALDINE M. MITCHELL E. S. MANTZ, M. D. ....... . RALPH K. SHIELDS, M. D. FREDA ROSEMANN, R. N. FREDA BOHNSACK, R. N. MRS. ALMA C. TEETER .... MRS. LORING LANE ....... MARY I. GARVIN .......... WILLIAM FLECKSTEINER. ...... Assistant to the Bursar ...............Physician . . . . .Physician . . . . .Nurse . . . . ........... .........................,.......,.. . Nurse . ...................,...............,............ Dietitian Alumnae Secretary and Director of Public Relations . .................................,............. Archivist ...Superintendent of Building and Grounds Seated: Miss Harrar, Dr. Cooley, Dr. Heath, Miss Stauffer, Dr. Mantz. Standing: Mrs. Lane, Mrs. Fleischer, Miss Stolp, Mrs. Miller, Miss Landis, Miss Rosemann. MRS. F. R. ASHBAUGH .... HELEN ATKINS .......... GERTRUDE A. BARNES. .. MRS. JOHN A. BISHOP ....... WILLARD S. CLEWELL, JR.. . . . ARTHUR S. COOLEY ...... MRS, GEORGE B. CURTIS. ELSA FLOEHR ............. SHIRLEY M. GOSS ...... MRS. J. L. GRAHAM ................. MARGARET GUMP .................. 7fze 4a , ...Professor of Mathematicsg B.A., M.A. .Librariang B.A., B.L.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Instructor in Voiceg B.S., M.A. . . , . .Assistant Professor of Chemistry, A.B., M.S. .....................Instructor in Mathematicsg B.S. .Professor of French and Greek, Registrarg Ph.D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Professor of Chemistryg BA., M.A. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Professor of Businessg A.B'. . . . . , . . . . . . . .. .Instructor in Businessg B.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Assistant Professor of Psychology, B.A. . . . . . . . . . , . .Professor of French and Germang Ph.D. EDWIN J. HEATH ..... President, Professor of Philosophy and Religiong B.A., BD., M.A., D.D., LL.D. MILDRED LUCILLE HORNE ....................... ,Assistant Professor of Englishg A.B. ALICE HOTCHKISS. ...... ..................... P rofessor of History and Sociologyg Ph.D. MRS. JAMES M. HYATT .... ..... A ssociate Professor of Mathematics and Physicsg S.B. MARJORIE INWOOD ...... ................................... I nstructor in Art, B.S. Seated: Dr. Hotchkiss, Dr. Gump, Mrs. Walls, Mrs. Hyatt, Mrs. Rudd. Standing: Mrs. Bishop, Miss Smith, Miss Inwood, Dr. Shields, Miss Stolp, Miss Peters, Miss McNees. f ,'.,,.- -me aww, REBECCQA R. MCNEES ......,......................... Assistant Professor of Englishg A.B, MRS. MAYBELLE H. MEYER ..,..... Director of Expression Departmentg B.L., B.E., M.E. PAULINE G. MICHEL ............................,.........,... Instructor in Violing B.S. GERALDINE MARCHETTA MITCHELL .................... Instructor in Businessg B.S. MRS. RICHMOND E. MYERS ...,.................................... Instructor in Piano ANNE MARIE PETERS .... Assistant Professor of Bacteriology and Chemistryg A.B., M.S. MRS. ALICE B. RUDD ...,......................,.., Associate Professor of Spanishg A.B. JOHN D. SCI-IORTA .... ,... A ssociate Professor of Biologyg B.S., M.Ph. L. LUCILE SHAW .,......., ,... I nstructor in Home Economicsg B.S., A.M. T. EDGAR SHIELDS ........... ................ P rofessor of Musicg Mus.D. BETTY NANNING STOLP ...,. . . . ........ Instructor in Businessg B.S. MARCELLA E. SMITH ........ ..................... I nstructor in Pianog B.Mus. EDITH JANE STAUFFER ..... .......... D eang Professor of Educationg B.A., M.A. JANE VERREE THEIS ....... .... D irector of Health and Physical Educationg B.S. MRS. R. M. WALLS ...... ............. . ..... A ssociate Professor of Sociologyg B.A. EVELYN M. WILSON .... ..... A ssistant Professor of English and Frenchg B.S., M.S. -1 Seated: Mrs. Curtis, Dr. Cooley, Miss Stauffer, Dr. Heath, Miss Horne. Standing: Mr. Schorta, Miss Barnes, Miss Shaw, Miss Wilson, Miss Theis. X L. --I :ii ci'- . E2- President ..... Vice-President .... Secretary .... Treasurer .... Adviser .... Seniaa efafu' Ufficm . . . .Marjorie Schuessler . . .Emmeline Unqurian . . . .Shirley Furchner . . . .Geraldine Landis . . . .Mrs. Georqe B. Curtis Glam Orientation, hurried trips to the registrar and bursar, a mingling of strange, frightening faces in halls and corridors that went everywhere, but none of them leading you to your destination, made up our first week at Moravian. Hazing followed much too quickly, and we looked a sight' with baby caps, blouses backwards, lipstick hearts on cheeks, bows on fingers . . . Edie Steers lead the class . . . Mr. Bishop our class adviser . . . parties galore for upperclassmen . . . sports day . . . our first Candlelight service and the wonderful feeling of good- will among all the students . . . everyone pale and wan during our first college exam week and then the long stretch before Spring Vacation . . . Edie was our class representative in the Iunior Prom court. Finally, the end of May and with a tearful eye we bid a fond farewell to all for the summer. Sophomoresll and oh! how wonderful to be back tfor the first weekt. A mad rush to get settled and the first glimpse of the new freshmen . . . the empty feel- ing of expectancy when we thought of graduated friends. Our turn to haze the frosh . . . Edie was once again chosen class president. A sports day to remem- ber, what with broken glasses, bumps on the head, and oh! that sprained ankle. The traditional Candlelight services ushered in the Christmas vacation. Becky Wuchter looked lovely in the Prom court. A.E.Pi and Phi Mu held their first spring formals since before the war and the men were back now-but good- for spring house parties and such . . . mad rush before exams and once more we packed ourselves off for the summer. Back again . . . new faces . . . big depreciation in the class with the graduation of our senior secs . . . Full-fledged upperclassmen . . . Lucy Romig, our able class leader . . . Dr. Pickett our new class adviser. Weiner roast on the back campus for the frosh in mid-November. Lorraine Mclntire, the first to be married in our class . . . Christmas, our last with the traditional candles . . . term papers, exams, and an informal inter-sorority dance. The lunior Prom our big dance with Lorraine Mclntire, our lovely belle, and Marilyn Grube and Bobbie Smoke, her attendants . . . Sorority spring formals . . . and then the end of another year at hand With the Iunior-Senior luncheon, the handing down of gowns . . . packing . . . the end of another perfect year. Seniors! I ll We made it . . . Marge Schuessler, our class prexy, and Mrs. Curtis our new class adviser. Fraternity pins, here, there and everywhere . . . artificial candles for our last Candlelight service and a gift to everyone from Mrs. Curtis at the annual Christmas dinner . . . informal inter-sorority dance at the Hotel Americus . . . Who's Who students announced . . . exams . . . and our last semester at school looms before us as a dismal reminder that this is the end! Ii lunior Prom and formal inter-sorority dinner-dance at the Hotel Americus. Re- vival of the May Festival to the theme of the Nutcracker Suite . . . presentation of the honor seniors at sub-freshman day. Our final frolicking together at the Iunior-Senior luncheon and then Class Day. Graduation at the Moravian Church and a beautiful reception following . . . a fond farewell to a wonderful class. rf 1 IEAN LCUISE BAXTER 264 J efferson Avenue HADDONFIELD, NEW JERSEY Bachelor of Science in MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY L- enicvzd- .al Bax . . . Wields a mean hockey stick . . . famous for her rendition of "Darktown Poker Club" replete with razor and galloping ivories . . . med-teched at Sacred Heart Hospital her senior year . . . ready smile makes her all-round favorite . . . lends alto support to the Glee Club . . . four-year standby on the A. A. Board as secretary, archery manager, hockey manager . . . knits for Iohn . . . her Nirvana consists of steak, french fried potatoes, singing, listening to music, and Gary Cooper . . . holds Whip over all dorms . . . ready Wit makes her welcome in any gathering . . . epitome of good sense and dependability . . . Wonderful to know. A. A. Board 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1, Archery Manager 2, Hockey Manager 3, 43 Varsity Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Alpha Epsi- lon Pi 2, 3, 4g Class Treasurer 25 Glee Club 3, 4g Bi-Chem-Zo 44 General House President 4. CORINNE CONANT DICKIE 314 Hamilton Avenue BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA O Bachelor of Arts in BIOLOGY l Y . F, Soft-spoken and feminine . . . divides time between Bunsen burners and gas burners . . . further cemented relationship with brother college when she married M.C.M. man during last ye-ar's spring vacation . . . transfer from Bucknell in her junior year . . . Pepso- dent smile envy of her friends . . . two loves has she, Dave and the physical therapy Work she did in Manila . . . enthusiastic about murder mysteries, foot- K, f ball games, good food, good jokes, nice people, and , ' easy courses . . . greatest asset is her ability to get , A 1 .. along with everybody . . . hopes for a house in Michi- A U lf . gan. . .We hope for more people like Corinne. I f: V y . 'I "' "Barr " 4g Bi-chem-zo 4. 1' "'- ' 't :::4,,:'i "-V: LL Ti Seniafu. Seniolut MARY DONEGAN HARRIS f 1530 West Union Boulevard i 1 BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA o Bachelor of Science in MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY Mike . . . as Irish as the sharnrock and twice as pretty . . . Temple import in her junior year . . . dons white uniform daily and heads for Allentown Gen- eral Hospital . . . took advantage of sprinq vacation by qettinq married first day . . . livewire with original ideas on any subject . . . blue-black hair perfect com- pliment for snowy complexion . . . mature outlook well covered by keen sense of humor . . . always looks well in own creations which she whips up at a mornent's notice . . . shares front seat of yellow con- '- 'L Vertible with hubby Warren . . . one who never for- gets a friend and will never be forgotten by one. Phi Mu Epsilon 3, 45 Bi-Chem-Zo 4. CARLETON Cl-IENEY ENGLISH 729 Seneca Street BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA 3 C Bachelor of Arts in ENGLISH 5 Most adventurous person in the class, she ilew to California to add a Mrs. to her name during Christ- mas vacation . . . ultra-feminine in a slim curly- headed Way . . . a three-and-a-half year graduate . . . gracious . . . pixie glasses give her a spunky look . . . well-versed on any subject . . . bridge fiend . . . bubbles over at the mention of Dave's name . . . adds sparkle to any meeting . . , delights in making V- - -9 U her friends happy . . . one of those rare persons who 5- 'E 1 V can laugh at her own mistakesmexceptionally good - dresser . . . plans to sail the seven seas with Dave 1.g,2k2.-ff -1 . . . it should be smooth sailing for her. ., - gg if E ,,,Jg, - A 5 I ' Ufgr Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 4, Corresponding Secretary 2, Vice- 1 -'S tg i I 1 ...E President 43 Y. W. C. A., 4, Social Chairmang Varsity Basket- ? 3 :ix ball 13 "Belfry" 4. ... a Sentara Senioad. Blondie . . . always manages to get the office of sec- retary or treasurer of organizations, or both . . . conversation centers about Sam, Whose sparkler she sports, Whose socks she knits, and with whom she Will middle-aisle it in lune . . . embryonic Writer . . . host of friends like to have her around to laugh at their jokes . . . did practice teaching in English at Franklin Junior high . . . loves school dances, football games, children, broiled steak and mushrooms, Gershwin melodies and Strauss Waltzes . . . proud owner of one of Dr. Hotchkiss' rare A's . . . a girl easy to know and easier to like. Class Treasurer 33 Class Secretary 43 "Belfry" 1, 2, 33 "Be- nigna" 2, 43 "Mirror" 23 Y. W. C. A. 1: Pi DeltaEpsi1on 3,43 Alpha Epsilon Pi 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY PAULINE FURCHNER 523 Alaska Street BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA Bachelor of Arts in ENGLISH ESTHER WAITZ GOLDBERG 521 Fifth Avenue FULLERTON, PENNSYLVANIA Bachelor of Arts in ENGLISH I Ji?" F' .x it i l Pride and joy of the "Belfry" office . . . hates to cook, but will do same for Marvie . . . beautiful dreamer . . . idealistic about everything but term papers . . . dotes on Christmas cards she received from students at Nitschmann . . . Dostoevesky and New World sym- phony . . . a veal cutlet and trench tried fiend . . . subtle Wit and refreshing mimic . . . can jitterbug With the experts . . . heads Pi Deli . . . pretty as a portrait in green velvet gown . . . accepts criticism graciously . . . would gladly chop oft heads of all gum-crackers . . . profound . . . post-graduate plans include opening a private school and Writing soap opera. "Belfry" 1, 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 2, Editorial Council 3, Associate Editor 4g "Mirror" 2, 3, Editorial Council 35 Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 45 Alpha Epsilon Pi 2, 3, 45 "Benigna,' 49 Spanish Club lg Student Government Association 3, Convocation Chairmang Class Secretary 3. Swim SQ! MARILYN GRETA GRUBE 34 West Elizabeth Avenue BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA o I Bachelor of Science in BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Tall and attractive . . . social graces malge her ideal A.E.Pi president . . . Iohnny's newly acquired pin makes her sparkling brown eyes even more so . . . most even-tempered person in the class . . . cham- pion of the day students . . . easy to get alonq with . . . lovely attendant to Iunior Prom belle . . . respon- sible . . . W'l'1o's Who . . . can tan in one afternoon on Clewell Hall root . . . arresting smile . . . constantly on the lookout for miniature dogs to add to her business major, she'll be an added attraction in any doctor's office. Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 2, Vice- President 3, President 45 Student Government Association 2, 3, Social Chairman 3g Fair Secs 1, 25 Spanish Club lg "Benigna" 4g Junior Prom Attendant 3g Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. treasured collection . . . enthusiastic about long Walks, Chopin, rouqhinq it, and redecoratinq . . . A rv- 4 ,ewwwse IANE ANNE HALL 283 Perrine Boulevard MANASQUAN, NEW JERSEY o Bachelor of Science in MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY Chiet pilot of S.G.A .... one oi our less seen med techs . . . sinqs the praises of St. Luke's lalo . . . origi- nal . . , old-tirner at Phi Mu house . . . swears by Cary Grant, rnaraschino cherries, and "Night and Day" . . . turns thumbs down on exams and dirty trains . . . realist . . . artistic . . . has list of activities which would make any tive-year student green . . . tall and blonde . . . energy plus . . . the type to lead rather than fol- low . . . varsity hockey . . . S.P.E, pin evidence oi her one-man mind . . . rooms with buddy Marilyn at Clewell . . . sure-tire success material. Student Government Association 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 43 Phi Mu Epsilon 1,2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 23 A.A. Board '2, 3, 4, Hiking Manager 2, 3, Unit Manager 4, Class Vice-President 33 Bi-Chem-Zo 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3g "Belfry" 2g Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. I Senialu 4 -. il.. . 5.357 " . A QP 21: gig? ,H Kitty . . . tall and slim . . . Worries about history . . . patience personified . . . boasts RN. in back of name . . . argyles take up her spare time . . . has few spare moments to devote to her stamp collectionf . .studious but fun-loving . . . Wouldn't miss a formal . . . gets starry-eyed at mention of Gary Cooper, convertibles, or Gershwin . Iohns Hopkins Hospital graduate . . . World affairs conscious . . . bull sessions make her happy . . . cannot get enthusiastic about baseball, but could spend rest of her life at football games . . . delightful smile and disarming manner will be chief assets in post-graduate plans, which include public health nursing. Phi Mu Epsilon 1, 43 Varsity Basketball lg Glee Club 1, 4g International Relations Club 15 Y. W. C.A. 45 Bi-Chem-Zo 4. KATI-IRYN LOUISE l-IELLER R N TRUMBAUERSVILLE Bachelor of Science in I i i DORIS ETHEL HELMS i R.D.1 HELLERTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 0 'I ' Bachelor of Arts in MATHEMATICS lm , Versatile . . . is in everything . . . can do anything . . . our only math major . . . "Benigna" commander- in-chiet . . . expert debater . . . subtle Wit . . . "A" student . . . Won Alumnae lunior prize for highest scholastic average in her class . . . had three- year lead contract with expression department . . . auburn hair . . . individualist . . . nice person to have around . . . never at loss for Words . . . did practice W MW-A, teaching at Liberty High . . . put Moravian on map with her poetry the national anthology published fill' V1 5-7 - ,l ,yp ' t f J' 19' 1 Z Tx pf I 9 JK xi' 'JJ 1 t Nl-s ig! t 0 ." I J: ,ff Jeff! . V, Vi 7 . M I xi Nl l n ...,.n..-. E- M ef' ..w,,, -I 'Qi F4 ,A ji f, 'U - M., Q . . . deserving Who's Who . . . plans to buy a car, but we say she doesn't need one to get places. "Benigna" 3, 4, Assistant Business Manager 3, Editor 43 Little Theater 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2, President 43 Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4, President 3, Vice-President 4g Debate Board 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Manager 2, Manager 31 "Belfry" 1, 2, 3, Librarian 2, Editorial Council 3g "Mirror" 2, 3, Editorial Council: Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 43 Phi Mu Epsilon 3, 43 French Club 1. 2, 3, President 2, Secretary 33 Mathe- matics Club 3, Presidentg Y.W.C'.A. 1, 25 Spanish Club 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, Vice-President 43 Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. A Sendai:-4 , .....-,aff-.Q-Tr-f ---'-'1 - ' '-.4 , - . um. ' . Seniolzfi RUTH DUDLEY KGVAKA 518 Fourteenth Avenue BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA u Bachelor of Science in MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY One ot the seven married members of our class . . . equally clever on the hockey field, on the dance floor, in the lab . . . George and she pulled surprise marriage of the year . . . cute . . . one of the old- tirners on the A. A. Board . . . leader in anything con- nected With sports . . . hard to know . . . A.E.Pi bridge enthusiast . . . would love to own a stone house . . . isn't afraid to voice her opinion on any subject . . . calm but can be caustic . . . spent senior year med- teching at Sacred Heart Hospital . . . smooth and sophisticated. A. A. Board 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Unit Manager 35 Varsity Hockey 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager 43 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Vice-President 2. GERALDINE ETHEL LANDIS 618 Liberty Street ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA Bachelor of Science in MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY L Ierty . . . another of our women in White . . . Madame Moneybags of the senior class . . . quiet, reserved, well-mannered . . . authority on the latest best- sellers . . . confides in pal lanice . . . curly light brown hair . . . leisurely disposition . . . ambitious . . . good student . . . dislikes domestic duties and rude and snobbish people . . . when not in lab found in Y room . . . dabbles in photography . . . enjoys swim- ming, reading, dancing, collecting stamps and rec- ords . . . melts at mention of Fred Waring . . . frequent trips to the Big Town keep her well-posted on Rodg- ers' and l-Iart's latest . . . considers same spot ideal for future med-teching. Bi-Chem-Zo 2, 3, 4, Secretary 35 Class Treasurer 45 French Club 1, 2, 35 Y. W. C. A. 1, 23 Listen Club lg Mathematics Club 3, Vice-Presidentg "Belfry" 25 "Benigna" 45 Phi Mu Epsilon 3, 4. Sefdafu Seniafzd. lANlCE ELAINE LARASI-I 120 South Seventh Street LEHIGHTON, PENNSYLVANIA o Bachelor of Science in MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY Another oi our seldom-seen med techs . . . friendly and sincere . . . commutes all the way from Lehigh- ton . . . presides over Bi-Chem-Zo meetings . . . seldom seen Without buddy Ierry . . . has a habit of collecting A's . . . practical, but does lose things . . . plans a future in white uniform, but will take time to make up all those lost hours of sleep . . . Victor Herbert and Brahms make up her hit parade . . . always willing to lend a hand . . . one of the Y crowd . . . claims temper, but doesn't show it . . . Swiss steak and shortcake mean good food to her . . . sweet smile . . . a pleasure to know her. Bi-Chem-Zo 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 43 Y. W. C. A. 1, 23 Listen Club 13 "Belfry" 25 "Benigna" 45 Phi Mu Epsilon 3, 4. FLORENCE LILLIAN MARSHALL 254 Glen Avenue PORT CHESTER, NEW YORK Bachelor of Arts in SOCIAL SCIENCE Everybody's girl . . . poker-faced joke stories . . . permanent fixture at Clewell . . . prefers getting break- tast at PappY'S every morning to getting to class on time . . . runs own racket as tennis manager of A.A. Board . . . has had all the Soc courses . . . curly light brown hair . . . transfer in sophomore year from the deep South . . . budding artist . . . keeps slim in spite ot ice cream and steak sprees . . . equally adept at bridge table and on dance floor . . . perpetual smile . . . New Yorker sans accent . . . her vote is for strictly sporty sweaters 'n skirts . . . our vote is for more people like Marshall. A. A. Board 3, 4, Tennis Managerg Spanish Club 2, 33 Alpha Epsilon Pi 3, 4. Senicvu. .,.,-4 Senicvad LCDRRAINE EGIZIO MCINTIRE 915 Wahneta Street ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA I Bachelor of Arts in HISTORY Scatter-brained beauty . . . runs own lost cmd found department . . . heart of gold . . . clear blue eyes, curly black hair, and creamy complexion made her a lovely junior Prom belle . . . could be music major by virtue of her lovely voice, tells you she could be Home Ec major, was English major, actually is His- tory major . . . takes a beating from hubby joe at the bridge table . . , makes millions every night on radio quiz programs . . . blight of her life is her two sisters V L Whofconstantly make dean's list . . . has unique sense ot humor complete with pantomime . . . if Worries Were dollars, Lorraine would be penniless. Alpha Epsilon Pi 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club lg Glee Club 2g Triple Trio 25 "Belfry" 23 Junior Prom Belle, MARILYN ALICE RICHARDSON 331 South Seventeenth Street ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA Bachelor of Arts in ENGLISH L -,- Blasts theory of brainless blonde . . . could never tell by looking at her that she Writes the most potent edi- torials in the "Belfry" . . . always Well-groomed in her size 7 dress . . . probably only senior Without an enemy . . . doesn't say much, but When she does it's Well Worth listening to . . . gracious president of Phi Mu . sweet disposition . . . ernotes for Little Theater . . . hopes to be a kindergarten teacher . . . "The Girl That I Marry" in person, complete with gardenias . . . a Clewellite . . . usually seen with Hall or Wuchter . . . a Willing fourth for any bridge game . . . liked by everyone. Phi Mu Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, House Chairman 3, President 43 "Belfry" 2, 3, 4, Editorial Council 3, 43 Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 45 "Benigna' 4g French Club 1, 2, 35 Listen Club 1, 23 Little Theater 2, 3, 45 Alpha Psi omega 4, , ' 1 eniafui Sunny . . . does not believe in sparing the rod and spoiling the "Belfry" . . . able junior class president . . . coins her own phrases . . . amazing capacity for getting Work done ahead oi time . . . cute with turned up nose . . . does not mind commuting from Allen- town with Dave as a chauffeur. . .tries to hide sympa- thetic nature . . . one of the class wits . . . constantly sings off key but breaks into song regardless . . . immaculate . . . can be depended upon to say the right thing at the right time . . . Who's Who . . . holds class record for number oi argyles knit per minute . . . Ioe College of any year. "Belfry" 2, 3, 4, News Manager 3, Editor 45 Class President 35 Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 43 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 45 Inter- Sorority Council 3, 4, Secretary 3, Handbook Editor 4g Ger- rnan Club 1, Varsity Basketball 1, 23 Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. LUCY F. ROMIG X, 726 Chew Street ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA Bachelor of Arts in ENGLISH I MILDRED FRANCES SCHLEGEL 41 Green Street NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA Bachelor of Science in BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Millie . . . contagious giggle . . . good-natured, under- standing . . . wonderful coniidante . . . presides in Y room . . . student rather than pupil . . . friendly . . . sincere . . . could provide stiff competition for any professional hairdresser . . . rosy complexion very becoming . . . second in command on "Benigna" staff . . . totes stack of books which mark her as four- year secretarial . . . pinochle rather than bridge fiend . . . lives for the summer when she blazes trail to Shawnee-on-Delaware and her little World oi swim- ming, boating, and fishing . . . came to rescue of sec- retarial department when Miss Floehr was taken ill . . . can chase anybodyds blues away. "Benigna" 4, Associate Editorg May Festival 4, Business Manager: Spanish Club 3, 4, Treasurer 33 German Ctlub 1, 25 Glee Club 13 Fair Secs 1, 2, 33 International Relations Club 4. Seniaad ,A Seniau will Marge . . . admittedly a procrastinator . . . has both feet firmly planted in the clouds . . . looks well in either tailored suits or evening gowns . . . made like a schoolmarrn, replete with horn-rimmed glasses . . . a Bach and Boogie gal . . . vibrant coloring that goes with her red hair . . . dies slow, horrible death every time the Brooklyn Dodgers lose a game . . . could eat chocolate ice cream three meals or day and usually does . . . one ot the "Belfry" bats and sole owner of the Whip she holds over cub reporters . . . authority on Greek letters . . . does whatever she does well, whenever she gets around to it . . . ideal friend. Class President 4, "Belfry" 2, 3, 4, Make-up Editor 3, News Manager 4g "Benigna" 4, Biographerg,Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 43 Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 35 French Club 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 25 Triple Trio 1, 2g Listen Club l, 23 International Relations Club 35 Phi Mu Epsilon 3, 4. MARIORIE LOUISE SCI-IUESSLER 815 South 24th Street EASTON, PENNSYLVANIA Bachelor of Arts IH ENGLISH MARIA A. SIDERIS 1504 Broadway BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA Bachelor of Arts in ENGLISH QE'-f HN 'Q Sparking with all sorts of enthusiasm . . . vivacious, exotic . . . artistic Without temperament . . . lovely black hair . . . counted senior noses in chapel for S.G.A .... energetic, impetuous . . . can always think of something to say . . . slim and trim . . . makes friends easily . . . an English major, but as yet un- decided about iuiure . . . speaks her mind . . . Waxes philosophical Without Warning . . . spontaneous smile . . . with a one, two, three, Click and another senior is caught off guard by the "Benigna" photography edi- tor . . . should Write a book on her unusual theories concerning the opposite sex. Glee Club 25 Triple Trio 23 "Be1fry,' 2, 3, 4g Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, Publicity Chairmang A. A. Board 2, Unit Managerg "Benigna" 4, Photography Editorg Student Government Association 4g Phi Mu Epsilon 3, 4. Seniafu Seniau Q, . BARBARA KATHERINE SMOKE 312 Sixth Street AMBRIDGE, PENNSYLVANIA Bachelor of Science in BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Bobbie . . . Clewellite . . . ardent A.E.Pi . . . photo- graphs Well-with her looks she should . . . lacks harried look most business majors have . . . glamor and poise deluxe . . . Madame La Zonga of M.C.W. . . . sports Dave's fraternity pin . . . rarely seen With- out sidekick Grube . . . perennialprorn-trotter to South Mountain . . . will stick to her guns it she thinks she's right . . . has ideas about everything . . . comes back every fall with bronze tan which sets off her light hair to advantage . . . Would make a good ad for Iantzen . . . can write Snappy "Belfry" heads when the spirit moves her. Fair Secs 1, 2g "Belfry" 2, 3, 4, Headline Editor 2, 45 "Be- nigna" 43 Class Secretary lg Alpha Epsilon Pi 3, 45 Little Theater 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 3, Y. W. C,A, 1gG1eeC-lub 25 Junior Prom Attendant 3g A. A. Board 2, Swimming Mana- gerg Canterbury Club 3. fl '7wa- Qecaa Qaacfualed erm pispzreci, These prophecies, as you may know, Propose each senior girl to show, As a success in what she'll be. But this year, all that we can see Are housewives! Flo Marshall started out to clear The slurns of cities far and near, But e'er she'd done one noble deed, Along came one who said he'd need A housewife! Now Millie Schlegel owned you know A resort, where each summer go The cream of all society. But others run it now, for she's A housewife! Though others may have left their goals, Stavrides overcame the shoals, Sl'19'S still a famous columnist Although the job that heads her list ls: Housewife! Louise whose last name once was "Walter" ls one more who's approached the altar, And Mrs. Dimmick is her name, Her occupation? Once again: A housewife! W'ho set the fashions for a year? 'Tis Marjorie Schuessler we must cheer. She was "Vogue's" noted fashion editor Until a handsome man had getted her For housewife! lean Weidner felt she'd like Girl-Scoutingp That she'd succeed we were not doubting, But a Boy-Scout leader said, "Marry me!" Now her daughter and sons are scouts, and she A housewife! Emmeline is a "Doctor of Spanish" you know, 'Was studying down in Old Mexico, And now we are sure that her knowledge A won't vanish, For she has remained to become a Spanish 4 Housewife! We thought that Smoke would marry Dave, Since promises of love they gave, And now we're not surprised to see Her teaching daughters five to be Good housewives! Oh, Vanderhoven, where is she? That hockey champion, would it be- Yes! Yes! Her son! lt can't be other, Who taught him how to play? l-lis mother! A housewife! Who coached those champion hockey teams? In lean Bax-Yontz's eyes there gleams Much pride, because it was her son Who coached Cshe taught html, and they won! , O housewife! Ianice Larash in a lab Trying hard those germs to nab Spied by a lad upon a cot. They loved each other, and he got A housewife! Marilyn Grube was business-minded, But in college her true love finded, He carried her off to be his bride, And he traveled far, but at his side's His housewife! NANCY ALICE VANDERHOVEN Windsweep MANASQUAN, NEW JERSEY Bachelor of Arts in N SOCIAL SCIENCE 's Able president of A. A .... Wouldn't miss a history course for an "A" . . . keeps Manasquan sun tan the year round . . . could be spotted in freshman year by curly black hair and red glasses . . . now curly black hair stands alone . . . balances books for A.E.Pi . . . all-round good sport in athletics as Well as every- thing else . . . enthusiasm in anything she undertakes usually pays dividends . . . sees to it that things run smoothly in the dining room . . . bridge enthusiast . . . can put over "lava live" better than the Ink Spots . . . friendly, good natured, always ready for a good time. A. A. Board 2, 3, 4, Tennis Manager 2, Vice-President 3. President 4g Varsity Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Varsity Basketball 1, 2,- 3, 4, Captain 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Vice-Presidentg Alpha Epsilon Pi 2, 3, 45 Student Government Association 3, General House President. Seniofzd. V Q . Seniau. Artistically clever . . . looks reticent, but discloses sly sense of humor to friends . . . prime mentor of the May Festival . . . constantly Worries about her Work but rarely misses an "A" . . . keeps a watchful eye of business doings of the "Benigna" . . . could Write a book on "lUOO Ways to Decorate the Hotel Bethlehem Ballroom" . . . extremely capable . . . frequents Y room . . . curly dark hair . . . Well-read . . . good con- versationalist . . . genuinely interested in World ai- tairs . . . would like to say "Drop Dead" to people who stare blankly at the mention of Forty Fort . . . an English major lout post-graduate plans include Leonard and a Iune ceremony. "Benigna" 3, 4, Photography Editor 3, Business Manager 4: "Belfry" 2, 3, 4, Headline Editor 3, Editorial Council 43 Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 43 Spring Festival Chairman 4, Phi Mu Epsilon 2, 3, 43 Inter-Sorority Council 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, Glee Club 23 Student Government Association 3, International Relations Club 3, 4g Pi Delta Epsilon 4. LOUISE LORRAIN WALTER 1803 Wyoming Avenue FORTY FORT, PENNSYLVANIA V Bachelor of Arts in ENGLISH IEAN LOUISE WEIDNER 1203 Lorain Avenue BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA o Bachelor of Arts in SOCIAL SCIENCE Knows the whys and Wherefores of the Y . . . brims over with virn, vigor and vitality . . . has expressive voice, but can say a lot more with her snappy brown eyes . . . a partner in the corporation of Weidner and Walter . . . number of Soc courses she attends indi- cates her post-graduate plans . . . pet peeve is people who don't contribute to the W.S.S.F .... in her own paradise at Herald Tribune conference watching World affairs in the making . . . set up headquarters in the Y room . . . Who's Who . . . swears it's sheer perseverance that qets her sweaters done, but We say it's speed in knittinq. Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Cabinet President 1, Secre- tary 2, Social Chairman 3, President 45 Phi Mu Epsilon 1, 2. 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Secretary 23 Listen Club 1, 2, International Relations C-lub 2, 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 35 Spanish Club 1, 2g "Benigna" 4g "Belfry" 25 A. A. Board 3, Badminton Manager, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. '7wa- em Glam Ufjzceu YT -YW ITM ff- 1 4 i 'fl i- vfljr, 2 President ..... ..... M ccricm Schmidt ,, FZ A W Trecrsurer .... ..... O pdl O'Cormor fxi .-X 'y . 'x Advisers ..... .... M iss Elscr Floehr Miss Shirley Goss 2 ' 'ea T E 1 .if E L.-. ,, ' Glau Jliubfuf lntroductions and then our Big Little Sister Tea . . . sessions with Dr. Cooley, the Registrar . . . Orientation Week . . . upperclassmen entertained . . . hazing, hair parted in the center with one-half in ten braids tied with purple and yellow ribbons, green hats, green knee socks, and carrying candy for all upperclass- men . . . Senior Ball . . . first real iorrnal . . . Christmas, experienced the thrill of the very impressive candlelight service . . . exchanging of gifts with our Big Sisters . . . open house at sororities . . . mid-year exams . . . sorority formals . . . more examinations , . . vacation . . . really welcomed after our hard, although enjoyable, year. The last mile . . . we are now the Big Sisters and we entertained at our Big Little Sister Tea . . . hazing, not as severe as ours, merely the purple' and gold dinneys . . . a movie benefit . . . Senior Ball . . . again the Christmas candle- light service . . . examinations and we are all working to get our speed in shorthand and typing . . . more formals and then the examinations which signified the end . . . However , . . "Though we live where glow the tropics, Dwell where shines an icy sea, Like thy green immortal ivy Our fond hearts shall cling to thee . . .' fad! Will ancf 7a-Ifamenl' We, the class of 1948, of Moravian College for Women of the City of Bethlehem, being magnanimously disposed and in the proper frame of mind for bequeathing our possessions, material and otherwise, do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament. To the juniors, sophomores, and freshmen, we leave: our free periods, Dr. Cooley's daily chapel notes, all our married women, our brand new candy and gum machine, the frigid atmosphere in Room 5, the new rug in the Rec room, the clocks that are never synchro- nized, the little room in the day house to be used exclusively for study by all eager beavers, the empty chapel seats in the senior section, the day-student representative to S. G. A., and the electric candles for the Christmas vespers. We further leave: Mrs. Meyer's newly decorated expression studio, the brain-busting questions in the Soc. I-II book, Dr. l-leath's true and false questions, Miss Horne's southern accent, overdue notices from Miss Atkins, a cluttered-up bulletin board, the highly improved art department and Miss In- wood's friendly personality, the roaring traffic at Church and Main, cokes and potato chips at Weiss', the bridge games in the smoker, our knitting needles, which we advise you not to use in Dr. Hotchkiss' class if you want an "A"-or are we kidding, the hectic rush- ing week, Thursday nights in the "Belfry" office, and sun-bathing on the roofs. And then we leave: to Kay Simmons, Jean Baxter's complicated knitting instructions and her three worn-out records of the "Dark Town Poker Club," to Faye Werley, Carleton English's impetuous wedding plans, to Pat Lynch, Corinne Dickie's eagerness to master the culinary arts, to Mary Musselman and Teresa Enright, all of Shirley Furchner's courses with Dr. Cooley, to Hildred Humenik, Mike Donegan's Irish temper, to Charlotte Bassett, Esther Waitz Goldberg's flat feet, health shoes, and bracelets, to Penny Hall and Jeanne Gera. Marilyn Grube's even temper and social "know how," to Kitty Knopf, Jane Hall's dignified and serious manner, to Ramona Baker and Mary Roberts, Kitty Heller's con- geniality and pretty smile, to Becky Wuchter and Gretchen Nordenholt, Doris Helms' act- ing ability and her quiz-kid brain, to Carol Rickard, Ruth Kovaka's dream of a little stone home in the West, to Bobbie Gruber and Posie Bosek, and to Betty Willette and Louise Van Ess, Jerry Landis' and Janice Larash's unbreakable friendship. We further bequeath: to Grace Carpenter, Flo Marshall's mischief-loving nature and her myriad of practical jokes, to Helen Woods, Lorraine lVlclntire's "devil-may-care attitude" and her increasing family, to Anne Blair and Jean Clifi, Marilyn Richardson's ladylike manners and sweet disposition, to Lois Rabenold, Millie Schlegel's giggle and fishing rod, and to Nancy Tobias, her business courses, to Mickey Del Duca, Marge Schuessler's book- worm glasses and her lip-stick brush, to Inez Walsh, Marie Sideris' naivete and twenty- dollar hats, to Norma Boldt, Bobby Smoke's ability to dance and her Hair for clothes, to Ciorinne Schreibstein, Chris Stavrides' short hair cut and her ability to compose "Mirror" boxes, to Marjorie Mutchler, Emmie Ungurian's mature outlook on life, to Doris Noctor and Esther Little, Nancy Vanderhoven's athletic ability, and to Doris a little bit of her height, to Lou Scott, Louise Walter's efficiency and organizing ability, to Elsie Maly, Jean Weidner's drawl and her interest in the "Y," to Lucille Eddinger, Lucy Romig's hours spent working on the "Be1fry." Were it possible we should like to bequeath to all: a bigger library, a larger student lounge, a warmer "Belfry" office, better parking facilities, a student cooperative to handle the sale of second-hand books, a few more drinking fountains, unlimited cuts, this year's theses to next year's English majors, and the four years of fun we've had and the lasting friendships we've made. In Witness Whereof, we have set our hand and seal thereto this 29th day of May, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and forty-eight 619489. CLASS OF '48, X Glue' Pa fC01lff7lHC'dj Mike, you know, is scientific, At splitting atoms she's terrific, But she was wooed by Mr. Harris And now she's knitting on her terrace, A housewife! A woman in white was Kitty Heller, Until she met a handsome feller. He showered her with hugs and kisses, And now her name begins with Mrs. For she's a housewife! A capable med tech was lerry Landis. She worked in a hospital out in Kansas, Until a doctor on bended knee, Finally persuaded her to loe- A housewife! For college assemblies Lorraine would sing, 'Til her junior year when she got loe's ring, Now the rest of her life is spent, Cooking the meals and paying the rent. Another housewife! Carleton English, a Navy spouse, Wants to live in a little brick house, She's tired of floating on the waves, And wants to raise some little Daves. Again a housewife! lane Hall gave up her bugs and bottles, For a little Gene who crawls and toddles, And though she is no longer a lass, She's happy in her home of glass. - A housewife! Our own math major, Doris Helms, Can solve a problem that overwhelms, Now most of her problems seem to be Those encountered daily By the housewife! Ruth Kovaka is very happy, A Witln the man her kids call Pappy, She took the vows while still in college, And so again we do acknowledge- g A housewife! As a junior Connie married, Yet one year with us she tarried. You can see her nice diploma Hanging in her home-sweet-home-ah Housewife! Marilyn was sweet and shy, Males whistled when she passed by, In plays at school the show she stole, And now she has the lovely role Of housewife! Lucy was our "Belfry" editor Time and space often fretted her. Now she's hCiDDY, has no worries, As to her home she gaily scurries. Our housewife! Sam was Shirley's one and only, Away from him she grew quite lonely. But now is happy as can be 'Cause she's got Sam and a family, This housewife! Essie hadn't long to Waitz, For Marv to ask her, "Let's be mates?" Though she won't miss her graduation She'll still be one among the nation's Housewives! Oh, future classes, don't give up, lust practice how to throw a teacup, Then you may become as successful as we, Have your goals fulfilled and someday be- You've guessed itl sg 1 BEATRICE RUTH ANTOLICK ' 1101 Elm Street BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA Certificate in SECRETARIAL STUDIES Short, blonde cheerleader for Moravian for Men. . . loves to talk. . .especially about Bobby. . .also loves to eat. . . particularly between classes. . .very sports minded. . .a good student. . .hobby is keeping a scrapbook of the interesting things in life. . .hates to get up in the morning and also fifteen-minute speed tests Without errors, which she does quite often.. . answers to the nickname Bea. . .loyal Phi Mu. . . served capably as secretary of the Freshman Class . . .always has a joke to tell. . .member of Fair Secs Club. . .very fond of dancing and White Shoulders perfume. . .fun to be With. Fair Secs 1, 2g Phi Mu Epsilon 1, 2g Class Secretary 13 "Be- nigna" 2, Secretarial Biographer. ' 7wv- em Qaeda NANCY ANN BACHMAN ' 3121 Oxford Circle South R. F. D. 3 ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA O Certificate in SECRETARIAL STUDIES The girl With the sparkling eyes and light brown hair. . .answers to the nickname Nan. . .loves to play bridge at any time. . .would like to accomplish the difficult task of knitting argyles. . .pet peeve is the drunken driver who runs around in the streets and gets in her Way when she is driving. . .possessor of an infectious laugh. . .always dashing to the smoker for just one puff. . .came to Moravian from Cedar Crest. . .traveled buses and trolleys from Allentown to Bethlehem daily through rain and snow. . .im- maculate dresser. . .a dependable friend to have. Fair Secs 1, 2. '7wa-em mia Tall, quiet girl from Hark House. . .comes from Cooperslourg. . .brunette with a friendly smile. . . owns several pairs of glasses to match her dresses . . .loves dancing and good music. . .clever with the knitting needles. . .took art at school, but would rather decorate a room than paint a picture. . . blushes easily and often and, it seems, always at the wrong time. . .loves to design and make her own clothing. . .a member of Phi Mu. . .after leaving Mo- ravian is going to a school of design. . .popular among her classmates. . .bound to succeed. Phi Mu Epsilon 2. '7wa-Wana Quail l EAN NE ANN GRUVER Main and Oxfords Streets COOPERSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA O Certificate in ART A V 9 415-alll! lift N ii ' ,. it , H" t l' ANN ELAINE HARRIS 1646 Turner Street ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA Certificate in g fx., .. ART 4' .If . W a AALA L Tall, slim qirl with that captivatinq new look. . .lovely short dark wavy hair and dark eyes. . .one of the artistic members of the two-year class . . . can be found wherever art work is to be done. . .commuted faithfully to Moravian from Allentown for two years ...full of fun and ready for anythinq...loves to dance and knit. . .member of A. E. Pi. . .planning on continuing her education after leaving Moravian ...good dresser. . .lovely clothes which she often designs and sews herself. . .possessor of a very friendly smile. Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2. 7wa- erm Qaacfd. DCDROTHY FRANCES CRISANTI Main Street ' MANASQUAN, NEW JERSEY zlz Certificate in SECRETARIAL STUDIES Lovely reol hair that is the envy ot all...vibrant coloring. . .slim figure. . .feels at home on a dance floor and also in a swimming pool. . .among her clis- likes are Bethlehem and Women who have crooked stocking seams. . .likes to knit. . .pleasant to talk to ...loves to play a game ot bridge at any time.. . Clewellite, but really comes from Manasquan, New Iersey. . .Dottie likes people very much. . .posse-ssor oi a nice smile. . .Will make some lucky man a capable secretary. '7wa- aaa wah LOIS MARGARET FOGLEMAN 603 North Thirteenth Street ALLENTOWN. PENNSYLVANIA I Certificate in SECRETARIAL STUDIES l Tall brunette. . .cornmutes from Allentown to Beth- lehem daily. . .cheertul. . .conscientious student. . . can always be counted on to have her work done. . . loves sports, especially basketball. . .also likes to eat and to read a qood book.. .her dislikes are "catty" people and trolley cars. . .has become quite an ac- complished knitter during her two-year stay at Mo- ravian. . .a loyal and active member of the Fair Secs Club . . . helped make its Valentines Day Dance a success. . .ambition is first to become a secretary. . . which we are all sure she can do well and second to become a housewife. Fair Secs 1, 23 Y. W. C. A. 1, 25 Glee Club 1. 7wa-Wada MILDRED YOUNG CARBERRY 2101 Freemansburg Avenue' EASTON, PENNSYLVANIA Certificate in SECRETARIAL STUDIES The girl with the friendly smile. . .natural curly bru- nette hair. . .likes to experiment with different hair styles. . .came back to school married after the summer vacation. . .drives DeSoto convertible to school from Easton. . .leaves hubby off at Moravian for Men. . .talkative . .enjoys sipping a cup of coffee at Pop's between classes. . .always ready for a good time. . .dislikes homework and gym classes. . .fun to be with. . .after graduating plans to devote her full .- ...- -Y -Y. time to keeping house for Iimmy. . .Good luck, Mit. -:cf 7wa- em Gmail BARBARA IEAN COLLINS - 435 West Third Street BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA I Certificate in SECRETARIAL STUDIES Tall and dark haired. . .followed in her mother's and sister's footsteps in coming to Moravian. . .would rather be called Babs than Barbara. . .crazy about playing tennis which her skill demonstrates. . .never too busy to play a game of bridge.. .also likes to pass her time reading a good book. . .active member of A. E. Pi. . .lends her musical talent to the Glee Club . . .dependable and hard Worker. . .has a mania for redecorating-such as painting Woodwork and refinishing furniture. . .a little bit late for classes usually. . .has a friendly "hello" for everyone. Glee Club 1, 23 Fair Secs 1, 25 Debate Board 13 Canterbury Club 23 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, Corresponding Secretary 2. '7wa- em weld Known to all the two-year students as Winnie. . .one of the very brave girls who took Home Economics to learn to cook and sew for future reference. . .native Bethlehernite. . .active in the Fair Secs Club. . .loves to dance, swim, and ice skate. . .she also likes to drive her father's new car. . .one of Winnie's dislikes is chewing gum. . .another competent member of the Knit-One-Purl-Two Society-short, wavy brown hair . . .has the frequent trouble of keeping her dates straight. . .friendly smile. . .a friend in deed as well as in need. Fair Secs 1, 25 Canterbury Club 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 2. 7am eaa Qwch WINIFRED PERRY l-IARTE 619 West Market Street BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA o Certificate in SECRETARIAL STUDIES .J,1j7'-7 Q11 75-l g TN- ,NZM E 31, "1 . ' mfr., 317' ""' , '1-ar .1 , 3: , ' A ..-,.,,. . 1 W . x '-2 ij x ff - S -Y E.-LS. if 1' lk, gl ,l 1 , ., ,,, ' 1 . .vs-f:..wu.: ., .- . I... Y lx it 1 , , , f' P1 'fri ELSIE LUISE KALMBACI-l 1525 Shipman Street BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA I Certificate in SECRETARIAL STUDIES 7-'. or at . 4.-1 .. lj jg 'n' ' ' qu Q is . rv 11" Elsie. . .long dark hair. . .sparkling eyes. . .possessor of a subtle wit that makes her the life of any party . . .loves liverwurst with onions, snow, apples, classi- cal music along with the popular songs of today. . . her pet aversions are l5-minute speed tests and having to say "good night". . .great guard in basket- ball. . .a cooperative and Willing Worker. . .always sees a thing through. . .a faithful member of Phi Mu Epsilon. . .a member of the Fair Secs. . .associate editor of the Benigna. . .her ambition in life is to become a good secretary and then a successful housewife of Weston's and a home-loving mother. . . will succeed in anything she plans to do. "Benigna" 2, Associate Editorg Fair Secs 1, 23 Phi Mu Epsi- lon 1, 2. '7wa- aaa Qwpli it ' ' T. , "mf-T? EVELYN KUCI-ITA 306 West Abbott Street 1 an '....l l:.velyn. . .dark brown hair. . .pleasant. . .meticulous . . .takes her work seriously. . .dependable and con- scientious. . .her main likes in life are sleeping, movies, traveling, pets, camping in promised land, and Walking in the rain. . .her main dislikes are waking the girls in Main Hall for breakfast, dyed hair, the 4: 10 train ride to Lansiord, even more so the ride back on Sunday nites. . .dislikes Bethlehem's drivers. . .claims that the drivers in Lansiord are more careful. . .an exceptionally good knitter and even a better hand in the garden. . .a valuable friend . . .helps circulate the Belfry. . .her ambition in life is to become a success in the business World. . .good luck to you in all your undertakings. Fair Secs 1, 25 Y. W. C. A. 1, 25 International Relations Club lg "Belfry" 2. 7am een Qaacfd T' LANSFORD, PENNSYLVANIA , 0 Certificate in l , SECRETARIAL STUDIES Sl-IIRLEE LOUISE MARKS 1522 Easton Avenue BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA Certificate in SECRETARIAL STUDIES H' Shirlee. . .vivacious little blonde. . .naturally curly hair. . .lives her ambition, that of being carefree and happy. . .loves to play basketball. . .proves her skill as a forward on Moravian's basketball team. . .likes to dance, skate, and to get peanut sundaes. ..dislikes people that are insincere. . .loathes homework. . .ct great knitter. . .always talking. . .an ardent member of Phi Mu Epsilon. . .member of Pair Secs, of which - she is vice-president. . .has a liking for Lehigh men . . .loves to take the girls out after sorority in her car a truly wonderful friend. . . will be a success in anything she undertakes. Fair Secs 1, 2, Secretary 1, Vice-President 25 Y. W. C. A. 15 Varsity Basketball 1, 25 Phi Mu Epsilon 1, 25 "Benigna" 2, Photography. 7wa- erm Gmail RUTI-IE BEHYL PHILLIPS 819 Turner Street ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA Certificate in SECRETARIAL STUDIES Ruthe. . .lovely brunette. . .a definite individual. . . unpredictable . . . loves to knit . . . especially black socks with white cables. . .likes sports. . .particularly swimming and basketball. . .has a fine collection of clothes. . .an excellent dancer. . .reserved, subtle humor . . . infectious laugh . . . responsible for the sophomore class song. . .s e c r e t a r y o f Lehigh- Moravian Hillel Chapter.. .a graduate of Moravian Seminary. . .commutes from Allentown every day. . . can never find anything in her locker. . .always found in the typing room working like mad. . .a friend worth cultivating. "Belfry" 15 Fair Secs 2. 7w0- em- Qaacfd, lOAN NORTZ QUARRY 74,45 1. 35 Grove Avenue VERONA, NEW JERSEY o Certilicate in ART 45,5-W-,i. if mu, in Feminine and attractive . . . beautiful long blonde wavy hair. . .lovely blue eyes. . .Queen of the Har- vest Ball given by Moravian College for Men. . .has lovely clothes. . .Worked as a model during summer vacation. . .Wedding bells rang for her and lerry during the Christmas holidays. . .honeymooned in Florida. . .active member of the Little Theater and also a capable officer for A. E. Pi. . .another member of the two-year class who is talented with the paint ' , .,. il. , A brush. . .a girl you can really count on. . .a wonder- L- -. af. . -' . ' - .T ful person to know. ' . . A -. ' . Lk-4633 ' " L 1. Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, Recording Secretary 2g Little Theater 1. '7wa- ealz. Qaaclfz SHIRLEY CHARLOTTE SALTZMAN ' 338 South Eighteenth Street 4- ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA o Certificate in SECRETARIAL STUDIES Shirley . . . short . . . dark . . . attractive . . . sparkling ey.es. . .midnight hair. . .rippling laughter. . .enjoys house party weekends at Lafayette. . .a good sport . . .likes dancing, people who have a good sense ot humor, listening to classical music. . .loves cheese- burgers. . .totally dislikes superficial people and cowboy songs.. .a great dancer. . .loves to rhumba . . .likes to swim and shoot golf balls, although she never actually plays golf. . .treasurer ot the Lehigh- Moravian Hillel organization. . . one ot our brave girls - who commuted from Allentown every day for two years. . .will become a very competent secretary. Spanish Club 15 Fair Secs 2. 7wa- eaa Qaacb MARION ELIZABETH SCI-IMIDT BLTHLEHEM PENNSYLVANIA SECRETARIAL STUDIES . . r- ...ra . ..,. L .,,,,. Marion. . .did a splendid job cheering for Moravian for Men. . .charminq smile. . . sweet, tolerant. . .quiet manner. . .able president of Fair Secs. . .a willinq Worker. . .first rate.. .backbone of any committee . . .a stick-to-it quality. . .loves sports, especially foot- ball, basketball, and tennis. . .likes Chantilly per- fume, the color red, lobster tail and French tries. . . is a very able ballroom dancer.. .also, tap dances and does ballet very Well. . .her only dislikes in life are parsnips and turnips. . .her ambition is to become an efficient secretary. . .a very valuable friend. . .member of Phi Mu Epsilon. Fair Secs 1, 2, President 2g "Benigna" 29 Y. W. C. A. 13 Phi Mu Epsilon 2. '7wa- em multi 'VVILMA NADIA Sl-IIMER ' 119 North Second street . ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA Certificate in V SECRETARIAL STUDIES er . A Wilma. . .tall. . .strawberry blonde. . .very attractive . . .quiet. . .brilliant student. . .always has the right answer. . .accomplished switchboard operator. . .col- lected ads for the Beniqna. . .loves to ice skate, dance. . .likes all sports, especially horseback riding ...loves movies, but loathes those that do not end happily. . .detests rnilkshakes. . .pleasant person- ality. . .faithful member of the Fair Secs. . .can always be relied upon. . .cornrnutes from Allentown with her friend Lois. . .plans to becorne a private sec-- retary. . .we know you'll be a success in anything you plan to do. Fair Secs 1, 2g "Benigna" 23 Y. W. C. A. 1, 2. 7wa- em Quaid FRANCES APUXE STEYERS 529 Wyandotte Street BETHLEIIEM PENNSYLVANIA SECRETARIAL STUDIES m. zu tw mx it Fran. . .the striking figure of our class. . .tall, dark, and very attractive . . . has a mania for beautiful clothes. . .she now possesses four cashrneres. . .a faithful member of Alpha Epsilon Phi. . .loves to dance. . .likes sports, especially football and basket- ball. . .always does her Work at the last minute, but gets it done. . .Wears stockings all the time, as she is a firm believer of the adage that stockings make the Woman. . .a good sport. . .the life of any party. . .her future lies in Moravian College for Men. Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2. '7wa- em mah ,Y-.jpg V .-2 ' ff. lanice. . .light brown hair. . .beautiful blue eyes. . . very neat.. .always ready for a good time.. .very trustworthy. . .likes to dance, eat, take shorthand... loves the color blue as does a certain someone from Lehigh. . .totally dislikes movies, as she can't sit still long enough to get interested. . .worked in Hess Brothers' Toyland, but wasn't too keen about it... keeps scrapbooks so that she can reminisce. . . already has two filled and is starting on the third. . . her ambition is to become a success in the business world and that certain someones little wife.. .mem- ber of Alpha Epsilon Phi. Y. W. C. A. lg Fair Secs 1, 2, Treasurer lg Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2g "Benigna" 2. 7am eaa Qaeda l AN ICE SYLVIA TRAUGER 421 Grandview Boulevard V ' BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA 0 Certificate in 5 llii SECRETARIAL STUDIES V , f-7 44... LORRAINE BLANCI-IE WRIGHT 137 Spruce Street TAMAQUA, PENNSYLVANIA l o Certificate in SECRETARIAL STUDIES l t"lt gg,"l.w " .Mlm 1 1 ll ' my twill N A 'L 1 mint '-it-mt ,N . ' Wu l"t'ftt1llll'll..i--"W "' ll Wu ,ui1,,.ltT1 Wl,L W 'V Wilt N. . .v y""' H "l" llmwmwm f git,-QL, Lorraine. . .attractive. . .strawberry blonde. . .a neat dresser. . .conscientious worker. . .likes all sports, but her favorites are ice skating and basketball... excellent forward in basketball.. .likes to have fun at the right time. . .loves to dance. . .believes in try- ing out the new fashions.. .the new look in clothes, shoes, or hair styles. . .loves to make new friends, but never forgets her old ones. . .always is carrying something good to eat. . .her main ambition in life is to become a successful secretary and to do the work to the best of her ability.. .good luck to you, Lorraine, in all your undertakings. Fair Secs 1, 25 Y. W. C. A. 1. 7wa- em Qaach Glau fha lt is the year 1958-time for the class reunion of the Two-Year Class of l948. The place is the Candlelight Room of the Hotel Bethlehem, the date is the first of Iune, and the time is eight o'clock. Standing at the door welcoming the guests is our president, Marion Schmidt. Among the first to arrive are Lorraine 'VV'right, now the bookkeaeper for the International Cheese and Egg iWholesale Co.y Winnie Harte, the head buyer for Saks of Fifth Avenue, New York, leanne Gruver, the popular actress Who is now making her first public appearance since her latest picture, "The Celery Stalks at Midnight," and Lois Fogleman, who just flew in from the Metropolitan Opera l-louse. Pulling up at the curb in an atomic-powered car are Shirley Saltzman and Ruthe Phillips, who are now the owners of Mitzi's Salon, an exclusive dress shop. They feature gowns, which boast the famous Harris label, designed by Ann Harris. We hear soft music coming from the piano, where Elsie Kalmbach is playing her latest Concerto in F Flat. Grouped around the piano are Evelyn Kuchta and Dottie Crisanti, the capable secretaries for I. P. Morgang Frances Steyers, author of the best seller, "Wiped Out," and Wilma Shimer and Shirlee Marks, who have just completed their fifth flight to the moon. Looking up on the balcony, we see Beatrice Antolick and lanice Trauger talk- ing over old times with their husbands. Sitting at a table in the corner are Mrs. Ierry Quarry and Mrs. lames Carberry reminiscing with Nancy Bachman, Fred Murray's new dancing partner. As usual, when the party is well under way, Barbara Collins, who is now an executive for the Kiddie Toy Company, comes rushing in. Now that everyone is here We can settle down to a pleasant evening of indulging in our favorite pastime-talking. From this we learn that the members of our class have done well for themselves, and that, although they are living in many different parts of the world, Moravian is still fondly remembered. .Bad WL!! ancf 7e4z'amewz' We, the two-year students of 1948, of Moravian College for Women, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, being in sound mind tit says herel, do hereby make known our last Will and testament. To you who follow in our footsteps, we can say only, "See that these things once dear to our hearts are well cared for and treat them gently when we have passed on." As a class, We will to the two-year students oi l949 all the good times, trials and tribulations, pleasant experiences, and studies We have endured ior our two- year stay at Moravian. As individual class members, we will the iollowing: Ann Harris wills her art ability to Kit Poole. Nancy Bachman wills her infectious chuckle to Mae Bose Morrison. Barbara Collins wills her punctuality to anyone with an 8:30 class on Wednesdays. loan Quarry wills her modeling ability to Gloria Kimminour. Ianice Trauger wills her neat and legible shorthand to any- one who can do it. Winnie Harte wills her coniused love lite to Ieanne Buss. Beatrice Antolick wills her typing speed to Mary Nelson. Wilma Shimer Wills her scholastic ability to Elsie Yelenics. Marion Schmidt wills her presidency oi the Fair Secs Club to the next lucky C'?l girl who succeeds her. Snirlee Marks wills her athletic ability to Byrdie Loveless. Ruthe Phillips and Shirley Saltzman will their confused-looking locker to anyone who has the ambition to clean it. Elsie Kalmbach wills her long brown hair to Bessie Zeleski. Lois Fogleman Wills her interest in sports to anyone who has a strong cheering voice. Dottie Cri- santi Wills her red hair to Pat Center. Frances Steyers wills her straight skirts to Gladyse Brunel. lean Gruver wills her knitting ability to Peggy Partridge. Lor- raine Wright Wills her bashiulness to Carol Buechner. Everlyn Kuchta wills her psychology class to anyone With the courage to take it. Mildred Carberry wills her curly hair to Maria Velasco. - Signed, sealed and delivered this first day of tune, 1948. Signed? TWO-YEAR STUDENTS OF '48. Wn 5, ' we , ..-:: if ,J , D If-Jr x gut mil' .Q 'Ne' Jrxzv in 1 ,T -.fr x, ii My ig. L' I I N 9 it 1 fit ' 5+ - 'ff , , QA: X W' 29 25 f-QX for Q , if J -li' I , Nil 'Yrs' " n 'J' 'N Q V lm fem qw, .43 X' x 'Q 'I ' QU , 'ew we . . k at ., l lv 5 'S' I mi K' ve ' .ig uniafzd SELMA BISHOFF ---- - - - - Easton, Pa ANNE PETERSON BLAIR - - - Sheffield, Pa NORMA EDITH BOLDT - - - Philadelphia, Pa CLARAROSE BOSEK ---- Cheltenham, Pa JEAN WHITAKER CLIFF - - - Bethlehem, Pa MARIE DEL DUCA ----- Haddonfield, N. .I JEANNE CATHERINE GERA - - Allentown, Pa BARBARA ELAINE GRUBER - Palmerton, Pa HILDRED LOUISE HUMENIK - Allentown, Pa ESTHER S. LITTLE ----- PATRICIA STICKLE LYNCH DORIS ELIZABETH NOCTOR LOIS A. RABENOLD - - - MARY RULE ROBERTS - - - - - - York, Pa - Allentown, Pa - Bethlehem, Pa - Allentown, Pa - - - Easton, Pa CIORINNE SCHREIBSTEIN - - - Allentown, Pa LOUISE A. scoTT ------ CATHERINE E. s1MMoNs - Bryn Mawr, Pa Bethlehem, Pa INEZ ELAINE WALSH ------- Easton, Pa HELEN CURTIS WOODS - - - Bethlehem, Pa I U nphotographed j RAMONA JEANNE BAKER - - - Milford, Pa. CHARLOTTE A. BASSETT - - Stratford, Conn. GRACE M. CARPENTER ---- Bushkill, Pa. SUZANNE DEEGAN ------ Bethlehem, Pa. LUCILLE EDDINGER - - - - Bethlehem, Pa. TERESA ENRIGHT - - - - Bethlehem, Pa. PENNY HALL --------- Bethlehem, Pa. KATHRYN LOUISE KNOPF - - Bethlehem, Pa. ELSIE RUTH MALY ------- Taylor, Texas MARY MANN ----- - - Bethlehem, Pa. BESSIE G. MICHAEL - - - - Allentown, Pa. MARY MUSSELMAN - - - - - Bethlehem, Pa. MARJORIE MUTCHLER ---- Allentown, Pa. GRETCHEN C. NORDENHOLT - Chatham, N. J. CAROL R. RICKARD ----- Bethlehem, Pa. NANCY LOUISE TOBIAS - - Wyomissing, Pa. LOUISE CHAPMAN VAN ESS - Bethlehem, Pa. FAYE WERLEY --------- Allentown, Pa. ELIZABETH WILLETTE ---- Bethlehem, Pa. MARY REBECCA WUCHTER - - Allentown, Pa. Class President CLARAROSE BOSEK Class Adviser DR. MARGARET GUMP DELORIS J. ASHCROFT ---- Sykesville, Pa BARBARA CAMPBELL - - - Ridgefield, N. J JANET LOUISE COBLE - - Asbury Park, N. J FRANCES A. DARRAGH - IRENE GONCZ ----- BETSY L. JONES - - IRENE JEAN KALMAN - - FRANCES KOLB ------ RUTH FLORENCE MILLER MARIAN T. MRAZEK - - MARCIA A. PETTIT - - GLORIA K. ROTH - - ELIZABETH ANN SHERER JOAN E. STAFFORD - - - CLARA GRACE YELENICS ELOISE J. YOCUM - - - - Rahvvay, N. J - - Bethlehem, Pa - - Bethlehem, Pa - Bethlehem, Pa - - - Easton, Pa Coopersburg, Pa - - Lzmsford, Pa - - Bethlehem, Pa - - Emmaus, Pa - Allentown, Pa - - Bethlehem, Pa - Bethlehem, Pa - Bethlehem, Pa K U nphotographed Q MARY ALICE ALBRIGHT - ---- Easton, Pa. MERRY JOY ALEY ------- Bethlehem, Pa. ARLENE A. BADEL - - - LOIS J. BRUNNER - - - J EANNE R. CAFFEY ---- N ORMA CHAMBERS - - - GLADYS COOL KATHRYN L. CORWIN - - - CAROLYN C. DAVIS - - - - - Bethlehem, Pa. - Bethlehem, Pa. Upper Darby, Pa. - - Bethlehem, Pa Blairstown, N. J - Scarsdale, N. Y - Mt. Sinai, N. Y JANE ETHEL EDGAR ----- Allentown, Pa ELIZABETH GRACE ESLER - Phillipsburg, N.J LOIS FARGO --------- Norristown, Pa ELEANOR P. FRANKEL - - - Bethlehem, Pa PHYLLIS M. GINSBURG - Cedarhurst, L.I., N.Y. MARJORIE FRIES GOUNDIE - Allentown, Pa ROSEMARIE GREENWELL - - Bethlehem, Pa VELDA MAE HAAS ------- Emmaus, Pa HARRIET S. HARTMANN - - - Ludlow, Mass. IRMA M. HEMMINGER ---- Maplewood, N. J RUTH E. I-IERSHOUR ---- Lancaster, N. J. JOAN M. HIGHFIELD - - - - Bethlehem, Pa. AUDREE KIRCHMAN - - - Bethlehem, Pa SYLVIA KLEIN - - MARJORIE LONG - - MARTHA M. LUTZ - - - RUTH JOY MICHELMAN - - - MARY MUDRI ------ GRACE A. NEUSTEIN ---- FLORENCE PACHTER - - GRACE REDCAY ---- JEAN MARIE REILLY ---- HELEN A. REIMANN - - - S - Allentown, Pa - Allentown, Pa - - - Easton, Pa Woodmere, N. Y - - Hellertown, Pa Woodmere, N. Y - Bethlehem, Pa - - Ephrata, Pa - Hellertown, Pa Philadelphia, Pa LOIS JANE RITTER - - East Greenville, Pa ELIZABETH WIEAND RONCA - Bethlehem, Pa MARGARET SMITH ----- Kunkletown, Pa JACQUELINE JANE SMOR GRACE A. SNAVELY - - MARY E. STOCKER - - LILIAN SUSSMAN ---- VIRGINIA F. VALENTINE - - - Allentown, Pa - - Bethlehem, Pa - - - - Bath, Pa - Allentown, Pa - - - Easton, Pa MARIANNE WHARTON - - - Haddonfield, N. J NATALIE WIBLE ------ Moorestown, N. J CHRISTEL H. WILOKE ---- Rockledge, Pa DOROTHY O. ZEGALIA - - - Allentown, Pa Class President ROSEMARIE GREENWELL Class Adviser MISS JANE THEIS JEAN CASSEDY -------- Millburn, N. J. DORIS GEISSLER DEVLIN - - Bethlehem, Pa. BARBARA C. FISCHER - PATRICIA ROSE GIESKI JUDY GRAVES ----- RITA S. HARRIS - - EVELYN E. HORN - - - DEBORAH JEAN IRWIN PATRICIA A. KRESGE - GEORGIA A. MALY - - BARBARA L. MEINERT - - - Brooklyn, N. Y. - - - Bethlehem, Pa. - - - Camden, N. Y. - - - Easton, Pa. - - - - - Easton, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Stroudsburg, Pa. - - - Taylor, Texas Atlantic Highlands, N. J. MARY C. NELSON ------ Leonardo, N. J. ANN POOL --------- Wilmington, Del. C. SANDRA SAGGESE - - - - Souderton, Pa. JUNE F. SHAFER ---- - - Allentown, Pa. LOIS R. SHAFER ------- DOROTHEA F. SHOFFNER 4 - MATILDA JANE STECKEL - - ALTHEA M. STICKLER - - - Allentown, LORRAINE JEAN STORROW - JACQUELINE STUDENROTH East Greenville, Allentown, Pa. - Easton, P S.. - - Coplay, Pa. Pa. Allentown, Pa. Pa. 4 n ' J ,L QW, an MARIA TERESA VELASCO - - Havana, Cuba BETTYROSE ZAFFIRO - - GLORIA A. ABEL - - - - - - Reading, Pa. fUnphotog1-aphedj - - Easton, Pa FERN E, BACHMAN - -I - - Bethlehem, Pa JEANNE MARIE BUSS - - - - Bethlehem, Pa GLADYS J. BRUNEL - - - - Yonkers, N. Y. CAROL BUECHNER - - - - PATRICIA CENTER ----- CAROLYN H. CHAMBERS - - JANET COHEN RUTH ANN CRISSEY - - - PIERINE DA ROS - - - - Westwood, N. J. Havertown, Pa - Yonkers, N. Y Allentown, Pa. - - Ithaca, N. Y. Bethlehem, Pa. IVIARGUERITE B. EVERETT - - Allentown, Pa JANET E. FABIAN ------ Springtown, Pa. KATHRYN M. FOCHT ---- Jenkintown, Pa JOAN PHYLLIS FRIEDMAN - New York, N. Y GERALDINE A. GLOSE - - - Allentown, Pa BARBARA 1. GREEN ----- camp Hiu, Pa BARBARA LEES HOUGH - Hackettstown, N. J DORIS MARTIN JOHNSON - - Bethlehem, Pa GLORIA KIMMINOUR ---- Bethlehem, Pa JANE ANN KINCAID - - - - Fullerton, Pa fUnphotographed, Continuedf JEAN A. R. KIRKPATRICK - Quakertown, Pa. BETTY C. LARNEY ------ Noroton, Conn. ELSIE ADA LAY -------- Sellersville, Pa. DOROTHY JANE LEAHY ---- Rumson, N. J. BEATRICE IRENE LEE ---- - Audubon, N. J. FRANCES M. LONGACRE - Spinnerstown, Pa. BYRDIE LOVELESS ---- FLORENCE M. MANN - - - Englewood, N. J. - Bethlehem, Pa. BARBARA A. MILLER ---- Phillipsburg, N. J. MAE ROSE MORRISON - - Bethlehem, Pa. JOYCE A. MUSSELMAN ---- Bethlehem, Pa. CONSTANCE H. O'CONNELL NANCY ELLEN OPLINGER - PEGGY PARTRIDGE ---- DIANE M. PELENSKY - - - - Interlaken, N.J. - Hellertown, Pa. Bethlehem, Pa. - Palmerton, Pa. CHRISTINE POOLE ----- Brooklyn, N. Y. NANCY SUSAN RATHBUN - - Bethlehem, Pa. CLAIRE RICCI ----- ---- E aston, Pa CONSTANC-E J. ROOKE - - Haddonfield, N. J. ELIZABETH M. SCHLEGEL - - Allentown, Pa ELSIE M. SCHUTZ ------ Bethlehem, Pa ROSEMARY ANN SEITZ ----- Easton, Pa DOROTHY L. SHAPLEY - - Merchantville, Pa NANCY SHIMER ---------- Easton, Pa MARY NELL SMALBEIN - - - Englewood, N. J MARGARET A. SUSSMAN - - - Bethlehem, Pa BETSEY L. TAIT ----- IRENE VLOSSAK - - - - - CRAIG R. WARD ---- LOIS JANE WEAVER - - NANCY E. WILCOX ---- PATRICIA JANE WILKIE ELSIE HELEN YELENICS - Rancocas, N. J Washington, N. J - - Bethlehem Pa v - - Slatington, Pa - Bethlehem, Pa - - - Bethlehem Pa v - - - Bethlehem, Pa ALICE G. ZACJHARCHUK - Northampton, Pa BESSIE ANN ZELESKI ---- Bethlehem, Pa Class President DEBORAH IRWIN Class Adviser MISS SHIRLEY GOSS pad- 7ime S JANE ANNE ARTZ ------ Bethlehem, Pa. ELEANOR MAE EVANS ---- Bethlehem, Pa. JOSEPHINE GOFFREDO - - Phillipsburg, N. J . HERMINE GORDON - - - Budapest, Hungary DELORES DIANE HABER - - - Bethlehem, Pa. EDNA RAPP KREIS ---- Riegelsville, Pa MARGARET CAMILLA DOROTHY LOUISE MORGAN - Bethlehem, Pa MARY ANNE RAYNER ---- Bethlehem, Pa EVELYN VELMA RUTH - - - Hellertown, Pa J EANNE ELEANOR SERMAN - Bethlehem, Pa ALICE FARENWALD SKIBO - Bethlehem, Pa ERNESTINE STONE - - - West Warwick, R. I. UNKS - - Easton, Pa. Eaqmgwizw :L 5 Qaa I 9 ' 5 T- C. NANCY VANDERHOVEN President JANE THEIS Adviser JANE HALL President EDITH JANE STAUFFER Adviser i ihfgzc 14MociaJfian JEAN WEIDN ER President MRS. R. M. WALLS Adviser . .0.1CI. har-..'.5. , wx BeM1q and lfffhfzcvz Slaff LUCY ROMIG Editor of "Belfry" EVELYN WILSON Adviser CHRISANT1-II STAVRIDES Editor of "Mirror' ' LUCILLE HORNE Adviser ," , ' -nf , . 1.5 VL! v -' , - Q . ESTHER GOLDIBERG President MRS. LORING- LANE REBECCA MCNEES Advisers J, ...i...... i ,.., Q . W? L .s Benigna. Sic!! I . . u DORIS HELMS Editor LUCILLE I-IORNE Adviser i pi fbeffa gfulfan journalism Fraternity DORIS HELMS President MRS. MAYBELLE MEYER Adviser -vf7+,7M,, ,. w 1 4 M, . I 1 I i1f2J!e'7Aedw 4 A k 1 Dramatics Fraternity BECKY WUCHTER President MRS. MAYBELLE MEYER Adviser Qzee aaa RAMONA BAKER Director DR. T. EDGAR SHIELDS Adviser 1 . Q F 22 I LOUISE SCOTT President GERTRUDE BARNES Adviser 7fuyzle 7aia JEAN REILLY Manager REBECCA McNEES Adviser lainie Bama!- 'JI -w,g-WX -1 ' f2eZa.Zian4 Glad EMMELINE UNGURIAN President DR. ALICE HOTCHKISS Adviser .fa fjelfiie ' EMMELINE UN GURIAN President MRS. MARGARET RUDD Adviser - ,ws xx 4' 'EQ LOUISE VAN ESS President DR. MARGARET G-UMP Adviser Wax Z' 5 ..,, Z I ,-. .Ea 7yu2daa FAYE WERLEY President DR. MARGARET GUMP Adviser ' cm rf-A :Dar ,., -L P, 43? ,Q may 'W gn wig, Q, QQ Fifi fix Q, W ww 'fm In I '1 ww j ig : ' jim Y ' ' gy-4 55,1 gg5gW ?, ,,. ., ,, .. 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HYATT Advisers u "Tl" I MARILYN G-RUBE JANE HALL DORIS HELMS LUCY ROMIG- EMMELINE UNGURIAN "' W- JEAN WEIDNER 20464 wha 2i1EU..N 25.-s 'N xf 1 i . .L lx .1 ,1 w, 15,1 JEAN BAXTER Manager NANCY VANDER!-IOVEN Captain ,Mackey vm, 7"1 Baakddall '7eam RUTH KOVAKA Manager NANCY VANDER!-IOVEN Captain luicfuwunm fviqfzlud fbaeam "Gwen 14w7.ef" Zzealluawi OUR long, yet short, years lie behind us, The Senior Class. Each year has had its biq events. . .and little events. . . Its joys. . .and sorrows. . .that made it what it Was. So each year, And now this. . .our last, With many events traditional. . .and some new, Which now must take their place . . . Among our memories. And so We present in picture Some of the things we'll remember When We think of l947-1948 at MORAVIAN: The Big-Little Sister Tea Sports Day Our Christmas Dinner and Vespers The Senior Ball and The Iunior Prom Rushing Little Theater Plays The Honor Seniors and . . . Graduation! 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' ' .j .ug-, I, ' -Q..--r ' 1'7mlf.t' J 1 L 3 , ' f' 5:Ei"f.'f'A ' ff? :-, 5 "4 - n f", " Y,.,:.I.:5 '- 32555553 :'f.4 fi:4 4116? dlfLLZ6fAOV6l'L W 4 fl. X, . '. i-, . ,n:iN"'L--1E"M'3'3 V f -r C . .-. - F 14'ggfa1-LA-5:-" , 1 l -ui, .. , -,-if '- " I ,ll-iw. -ia: fl- v , V f, ,:.fao'r' ,, . ' Q v '.TA'V""L,-'l'.f ' -,fo 'Ai-if"-'P"2:41E1u.-if f"',-'-"' I " ' I ',-,ff .gn -,,,,,. J. ,Jsq--f"-1' t- LF wif - -, ,1LQ,..Ii-:3.if- .,w-.,--'ff-1f'Q7 v ,ik ..,.- -1- -S lx S ' I M if ni ' L Lf' I lg THE BIG -LITTLE SISTER TEA . . . Introduction to Moravian Then, coming to and from classes, and school, study in the Library. 1 " , ,.. Classes Hours spent in the Rec Room And the Locker Room And, too, the Blue Parlors 'o m H ?. 1, K-113, HX ,Z ' 11:95 ' ,si SH- A '- , 'Z"' 'mr ff --r U"'ii" v 21, , -,s ox C' 1 'Q U VH" ww A ' d 'f Spam lay The players cmd spectators in the Hockey Plczydcry. . .Which ended in Vic- tory for the Freshmen. Emma... A "Midsummer Niqhfe Dream" from Mary, 1947 . . . And... This yecrr's delightful comedy. . . "Career Angel" 7aacl13Ifianal 0!vuLufma4 Wayan Q And... Um Gluzidmaa fbinnea. . . The Last for the Seniors L25- L with the R . ONYX CLUB crt Alpha Epsilon Pi cmd HOLIDAY INN at Phi Mu Epsilon ' ' ,U Lk ' . W 'WA ' , l we, 1 - ,Q , , : 2 Ve ,,, , 5 . 4--f '--Q. .-if - - ft , E IUNIOR PROM, 1947, with Lorraine Mclntire as Belle IUNIOR PROM, 1948, with Carol Rogers Rickard as Belle crowned by Barbara Smoke . . . Ramona Baker . . . Ieanne Gera . . . Penelope Hall . . . Natalie Wible . . . and lean Buss as attendants. 'unfit , tw .W 'I' 'Wir INJ1 .-f-"inter Q91 .no . 5 - J 51, , -if-wg -A - X 7fze Sealed gall Snowmen and women . . . silver branches . . . candles and snowballs . . . these set the scene for the December formal at Hotel Bethlehem, With4Charlie Pore1la's Orchestra providing the music for an evening of dancing that ended all too soon. if-2""" Q2 ancf lfne pawn A trellis covered with greens and spring flowers decorating the throne platform, Where the Belle and her court Were presented . . . the music of Vincent Ioseph's Orchestra . . . long-flowing gowns . . . soft music . . . corsages . . . all this added up to another wonderful night. fqncf :La Qaacfaalian r , ncfmwefwwm The Editor and Statt ot the 1947 BENIGNA Wish to thank all stu- dents, faculty, and Administration members who cooperated with us in our BENIGNA Work. We also appreciate the support which our patrons and advertisers have given us. ln addition, We are grateful to our photographers, Mr. Ryan and Mr. Metzger: to our engravers, Sanders-Reinhardt Coq and to Mr. Rinker and our printer,Scl'1lecl'1ter's, tor their cooperation and help. Mr. Iames L. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. We extend thanks and appreciation to the following PATRONS AND PATRONESSES Baxter Raymond B. Beers Raymond Boldt Mrs. Grace L. H. Brosseau Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Campbell William F. Cassedy, Ir. Lawrence R. Chambers A. Russell Coble L. C. Conant Alexander Darragh Iohn D. Enright Mrs. Ella Fargo Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Eogleman Mrs. Iames Ginsburg Mrs. Eugene Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. G. Grace Warren W. Grube Willard Gruver F. A. Hall, Ir. Mark O. Heller Mr. and Mrs. William E. Helms and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hemminger W. A. Highfield M. L. Iacobs Geza Kalman Iohn Kuchta Mrs. Marian Landis Major and M Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. rs. Clark Little Earl I. Marks M. S. Marshall Mrs. Vernon V. Melhado Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. Cyrus E. Mutchler W. W. Nelson L. P. Neustein Gilbert Peterson and Mrs. Horace Poole Mr. and Mrs. Iefferson E. Pool Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richardson Ioseph F. Schlegel Herman Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. W. Louis Schuessler Dr. and Mrs. B. L. Scott Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Shimer Miss Nancy Shimer Mr. Davis B. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs: Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Skillman Paul W. Smalbein P. E. Steckel Robert E. Stafford Colin F. Tait Emil M. Ungurian Iames Vanderhoven Roy P. Walter Charles H. Weidner Mr. Prank I. Wilkie Mr. and Mrs. Clair C. 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