Moravian Preparatory School - Unitas Yearbook (Bethlehem, PA)

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,-.....a...L.. Umm R xy X PM THIN 5 Xygmffy ,-,.f-""Q!,!'s-Zifgfvr I W A NKCKDIIQQWHAN IDHQIEIDAIRVATQDHUSCIHUUHJ BIETH-IU.IE!HIEM9 HPENNSYLWNUA 'M . 4, Tu vie .vw-gm ,, . Q M 52, .1 his ' Q . D , ' Y I ",' ' ' U' 2 1 Q O Q' ? , - Q I ' - , Q ' 4 li 'ut ' L Q f wr 1 ', 1 9" .5 , Q A ,W , , ,M r 'W'-f Q, f v Y 'K' i H O Q I il fi ,qi gif 3 is , ' ?!f:1, , Jus! .495 qw 1 ,- +A? gi 5 ff? J if 'Q -QQ 3, 31" N. K . 'L r ,L 3.45" Ls? 1 'Ut b ff. U -fr .ls ,an hw C,-1 -Y I 9 L . M, ?Ae 511-5 f ,z J ' ,nw , 1 'Wm' 4 AW And the Spirit of M. P. S. Includes Thoughtful Guidance My rl M In calming quick tempers soothing spring fever solving problems both great and small fm l"-N D '4,..4nv"' Th Sh ld R kl H r V M t 4 And beginning each day with a prayer Here our future Pasteurs Science Department. Mrs. Glessner, Mrs. Kochenberger, Miss Olver John Kolb does kemistry k.p. The Science Club meets weekly to plan for their spring science show. Here Hugh Smyser and his fellow "hams" demonstrate the techniques of the radio. Y And when all the math and science experts finally finished their projects, the Math-Science Fair rolled around. Here 5 John Fulton performs a conductivity experiment, Robert f Knouss explains the operation of the dial telephone, and Mrs. K Fox demonstrates a geometric proof. and Einsteins are born - as M.P.S. prepares us for ,-.1 a useful life in the Scientific world Math Department. Mrs. Maish, Mr. Fischel, Mrs. Niedeck, Mr. Waterbor, Mrs. Fox Mrs. Fox and her math wizards explore the world of the fourth dimen- sion. Here she explains to the Math Club the functions of the slide rule. IV 999999 English Department Mrs Luft Miss Schwarze M1ssLeys M1SSlHg Mrs Sara Mrs Simmons Dorothy Eagan John Kolb Michelle Beer Barry Waldron and Paige Lesavoy argue the merits of US foreign policy during an Engllsh 12 panel discussion humanltles must not be forgotten and we have our share of Shakespeare s mastery The glorious times of Shakes- peare are recalled as Robert Wood, Michelle Beer, and Paige Lesavoy enact MAC- BETH in senior English class. But in a scientific world the ' i Meme- ma a g , 5 r , Q The Unitas staff--Kate Bamberger, Leah Greenberg, Joanna Fink, Gary Gershenow-- solve their yearbook problems amid great confusion. . . . and battles with the mimeographing Kate Barnberger: Genius at work machine Joanna Fink and her staff rush, rush, rush to Kate Bamberger directs operations meet the deadline for their first issue of the while her POC staff busily puts the MPS. finishing touches on a Prep-O-Cram And In our small way by learnlng the languages 2 Sam Thomas says, "It's Language Department: Mrs. Tyler, Mrs. Worth, Mrs. Greek to me." de Neufville, Miss l.evs , ' , S . , . ' ' l l ' . e 10 Crossmg the threshold of Room 8, we enter the world of dazzlmg togas charlot races and Caesar' Gallrc Wars Here the Latm Club offlcers Dotsy Tyler, Carol Burk hart, and Amta Groenfeldt dlscuss the poss1b1l1t1es of a Latm play Entrez mes amxs Nous vous mvltons a parler franczus L Cercle francals meets to hear Mrs Nlcole Yoder tell about lxfe m Belgxum we promote world peace and histories of other lands Soc1a1StudxesDepa.rtment Mrs Banks Mrs Fry Mrs S1mmons,Mr Wollrab Mm ,gov e mighty Atlas The sophomore hmstory is A class works hard on the xr ov" -4 BXSJI1 In the fall the hxgh school sent delegates to the Model U N Assembly at Notre Dame I-hgh School Here the members of the French delegatxon debate a pomt of forexgn pollcy Wfiav A " "ew, ,J , ,, iff - gf? gy. M, .ir We' Q , ' ' : . , . , . . . I I , ,Q ' f ',,r as '-1 5 s r gy , I Q 1 . , ,X it f, e qi f E q,,.E'zQi ,,,,, . 'WW ' 4 .A "V '32 , X A 5 ,Jr , , , A f . fi Q r u ' fe' nv I " . . "VS, iff' ' f ' . 1 r , if." 1 ' . M Q , ' , ver.. QL 4 nf. M ,T r . fifffry " ' ' " Q . My i If Q , , f", 11 Mrs Norwood Wagner 1ntro duces us to the wonderful world of muslc Then creative and we burst forth mto song MPS would not be complete wlthout Sam Thomas trumpet and the rest of h1s w1ld cats Albert Molter on the clar1net Helen Cortellmx at the p1ano and Henry Franzreb on the drums Each week the members of the Glee Club work and laugh wlth Mrs Wag ner wh1le preparlng for thelr seml annual perfor mances 12 0 1 ., I Y a, N W' ,J l - I 1 I . genius buds ?"! Y Jean Worth a l1V1l1g Pxcasso Gary Gershenow and Bob Wood d1scuss the work of one of MPS's young modermsts or feebly attempt to follow In Picasso s footsteps The Art Club meets weekly and affords students extra t1me to pursue thelr art1st1c mterests . rsrs - .. fl I sw: 1 ' r eff K jr? ,V yi w ia? fm-if ' v Q R' 5 V yt, at I O 5 . ' 9 I3 And when days are U Mr Presley admmlsters h1s homemade psychl atr1c tests to the boys Buble Peggy Stryer w1e1ds a mxghty hand wlth Fntz Sprandel Gym, an 14 there re always Health Www Mr Presley d1SCU.SSES Chnstlamty and Commumsm Study Hall Barry Waldron does hzs famous exght man leap 1n gym class the underclassmen Tadpoles look forward to the day 5.- SEVENTH GRADE SEATED Left to Rlght Dav1d Lew1s Jenn1fer Johnson Rxchard Fox Carol Hulbert Charles Krueger SUSIE Glessner Gregory Chrlstensen Dona Dodson James Cummgs Nancy Frllman STANDING Betsy Schramm Karen Stem Jlll Stefko Marguerlte Beer, Lynn Ell1s Stephanle Gabor Spencer Sexton, FTIIZ Sprandel Raymond Solt Joanna Campbell Dlanna Tredenmck Sally Wrlmot, Ann Rlchardson Constance Chamberlam M1ss1ng Wendy Scott Robert Sanders Ci- EIGHTH GRADE GROUNDLeftto R1ght Jean Pearson Gayle Chlpman SEATED John Eberhardt Ethel Thels Rrchard Gold Susan Gurder Peter Shelton Karen Groenfeldt Lowell Watson Joanna Bender Paul Bamberger Mary Emery STANDING Dayld Zug Kathleen Campbell M1chael Cornfeldt Carol Wertz Werner Sahlxng Janet Heller Robert Adams Sarah Fulton Clrfford Wolfe Betsy Tyler Lamont Whrte SUSIE We1l Gary Fox Barbara Fa1rback Herman Baader Paulann Taylor Bruce Hay M1SS1ng Bonn1e Blro Danny Church Barbara Lukens M1chaelLevw1s Robert Gould 16 , Q ' . 1 - 0 X 1 5 x x 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I . I , a . - I . , , - 1 , Y I . nf fy' A - 7' , 1 ,- 1 1 3 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 . V . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 V 1 1 1 ' when they wlll be Ilttle frogs In a bug puddle ...----9 N1nth Grade SEATED, Left to Rxght Wnlham Kenm, Jeanne Souhs, Davld Hartman, Carolyn Law, James Fox Susan Brckford Edward Albee Martha Cumrngs Robert Knouss, M1ck1 Rers STANDING Donald Barnum Frances Smyser Thomas Santee, Susan Elly Cralg Burkhart Drane Merlrcke, Eugene Polgar Susan Schm1dt Thomas Trembley Carolyn Rrchardson, Anthony Doll Margaret Chamberlarn, Mrchael Dalby Sandra Rook m, Oluna Cnswell 17 . Q . . O . 1 K, . . , . . . . . . 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . hula if W' Wl' vsulidbllf' Wltlpy ,M 'L f,J"'QN'Uf1 C' - While ex erienced fro s closel Vfwgr qtlniff flii3gIMV,M P g Y jlwvpflyt My cw, Ctxllqjyfppb ollow the graduating old toads, Lt wwf W Tenth Grade SEATED Left to Rxght John Clauser Carol Gould Robert Kmderlehrer, Dotsy Tyler, Wayne Sklbo Maggle Smull Charles Cohn Judy Pool Joseph Roblnson, Jeanne Zug, Bemard Rosenberg STANDING Henry Franzreb, Mar1on Conner, Samuel Thomas, Bradford Owen Cynthla Brown John Fulton, Hugh Smyser, Cassandra Polgar, Albert Molter, Robert Rex, Marjorxe Crannell, Wllllam Cumrngs, George Hemstreet, Amta Groenfeldt, Howard Feder, James Klrkhuff, Carol Burkhart, John Land1s, Jeanne Wertz MISSING Herbert Katz James Qulrk Eleventh Grade SEATED Left to Rrght Samuel Kern Susan Daley, Rrchard Flemrng Barbara Yoder, Michael Hlcks Roslyn Bohnrng Roger Mlnner, Ethel Althouse, Robert Colfer, Mary Leun Joseph Cano STANDING Jud1th Lewxs, Sally Mae Land1s, Russell Morgan, Jamce Loomls, Emest Normmgton Regma Low, Robert Moyer, Lmda Mease Walter Thurber Polly Clark, Rlchard Well Kathy M1n1f1e, Sandy Mease, Vxrglma Laube, Joan Lultens MISSING Joan Srndel Peggy Haddock Betsy Fox 18 ' D ' D D D D I D D D D D , . , , ' D L D l Y D D ' D D D D D ' . : , , . 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Sometimes we left the allotropes of carbon to shovel snow or spread the Christmas cheer at Clara's. Fritz Sprandel communes with nature. Maryanne Schaffer, Dick Walkow, Tim Spran- del, and Jean Worth toast in Christmas at C1ara's. 1 ' 7 A In frigid January we slaved or gs M, -1 i with our midyears, think- ' f i i ing they were terrible until "" f ' we were consoled with a "Oh how awfu1!" "What a cinch" lovely 24 And with winter also came those excit- ing intramural basketball games. Faith- fully we saw our favorite teams through wins, losses, and broken noses, and 0 9 J 'S Tim S randel and Skip Boll- '1 Y And finally Bob Woods team claimed the victory. P th bg tr t h mannm e lgS ec . 25 finally through the finish. O 9 ' Q .r K. A n 7 0 77 f' 0 And when slickers took the polo coats, it was spring again. We watched the April rain come down, and thought of the prom, the privilege list, term papers, and next year Suddenly May came In all her glory and we saw our final Kaffee Klatch place of our fma class our final Student Council meeting then Sf 26 Lynn Plerce and Gmny Martin We straightened our graduation gowns with pride, makmg The year ended with the senior prom and graduation Tlm Sprandel and Jean Worth sure the tassel was on the right side and then marched to Pomp and Clrcumstance and received our diplomas Tim Sprandel and Jean We th we sang the Alma Mater for the last time as we became Frrendshrp s tres remarn forever Formed at Moravran School For they sur our best endeavor They our 11ves shall rule We thank thee for they ktnd protect1on And thy fostermg care Never shalt thou lack affecnon We pledge to thee our hearts devot1on Thme our lrves shall be Loyalty our best emotron To eternlty Moravran' Moravranl Hall to thee' Long may thy banners wave' Ever may thy daughters love thee And thy sons be brave 28 . . , 9 Go we anywhere. 2 : .,,.v' an ,. , ' "'i"""" , I'--v"".!'.? ,,.,...fo ...Z :n -U, Z.. 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