Nazareth Area High School - Comet Yearbook (Nazareth, PA)

 - Class of 1928

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'i?'i'r -'5i.f314-img-Phi'-if11.2.1-:'s'?IE'-2.1f"i.-4'x-3-1 if-.??'f'--5 1-531-"'lF'1"1fF'?.4-11412'iff--.1 'Tiff Rafi .ff.1'Q'9..?+3f',, 1-1' ' The 1 192.8 1 Comet MARGARET Ro'rH MAYBEL KAHLER HARRISON HOCH KATHRYN ANDREWS LORICAN FEHR Comet Staff Editor-in-Chief LAHOMA PEPPELL Associate Editors A WALTER KGSTENBADER Business Manager WILLIAM HENRY Asst. Business Managers WERNER MARX Art Coinniittee MARGARET GETZ Typists EVELYN EDGAR Faculty Adviser PERSIS P. PFAU 15 19..- DOROTHY ME'1'z HAROLD JONES MIRIAM BOYER IRENE HEss ENID MINTER Loft to right: C. FREDERICK MARTINQ EARL P. HAL'BERTQ XVALTER E. KERN HONV'ARD SHIMER,' LESTER C. HAWK Board of Education OFFICERS President HOWARD E. SHIMER I"l.!'L'-.P7'f'SidC'1lf 74l'l'tISlll'CI' LESTER C. HAWK VVALTER F. IQERN MEMBERS C. FREDERICK MARTIN IZARL P. HAUBERT --.gf 16 Ig..- Left to right: RIRS. CLARr:Nc1: FEHNEL, Membership Committee: ANDRPQXN' G. KERN, Presidentg MRs. XVM, GANo, Treasurer: MRs. C. BARRIE, Program Committeeg MRS. INIARY HART- zE1.L, Secretaryg MRs. SEM GRIM Beck, Vice-Presidentg MRs. IEARI. Hlwm:R1', Hospital- ity Committee. Parent-Teacher Association llli IMRIQNT-'ll1c,xcHl2R ASSOCIATION was organized january 11, 1927. The purpose of organizing an association of this kind is: l. To promote child welfare in the home, school, church and communityg to raise the standards of home life: to secure more adequate laws for the care and protection of women and children. 2. To bring into closer relation the home and the school, that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the training of the child, and to develop between educators and the general public such united ettorts as will secure for every child the highest advantages in physical, mental, moral and spiritual education. The Association originally consisted of but sixty-two parents and teachers, and it now has an enrollment of 220 members, which shows its splendid progress and the interest shown by the community. Meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month, and the yearly dues are twenty-tive cents a member. To the many friends and citizens who have participated in making this organi- zation a success, we, the Association, wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation. -Mas IXIARY HARTZIfI.I4, S'cr'rctr1ry. 1 7 tg..- .W ., 1 7 ,-,wqpv -- w.. A.- 'S The f 'r928 1 Come +I Smile! If you've found a joke appended To your name within this COMET Please take note-'twas not intended Maliciously to knock you-honest! Names of some folks all remind us Of the things they've said and done 3 'Twas our task-it was assigned us- To repeat them just for fun. So, dear reader, if you're tempted To be angry, think awhile. You are only one in manyg Read your neighbor's joke-and smile' -..gf 1 8 59..- F. A. IVIARCKS, S11f1erzfisi11g Principal 'AI am Sir Oracle--and wlzrn I ofvv my lips, let no dog Irarlcf' -Slzakespeare. The 1 1928 1 Comet gif Mlss DAVIS ....... Miss Mlss M1ss MRS. EHRET... .... .. PFAU ....... SMITH ...A .... SLONAKER ........ M1ss SURFACE ....... MR MR. MR- MR MR BOWMAN ........ DETWILE.R .,,,.,, LEH ........... OSBORN .... SCHVVARTZ ......... Miss BORKEY V... Faculty O wad some power the giftie gie us To see onrsels as ithers see us." ......."Mnsic, when voices die, vibrates in the me1nory ..,.,.,.....,,.....,..."Gentle in manner, firm in reality. ......"Good sense, which only is the gift of heaven. ................"Her voice was ever soft and low. know her is to love her. ......."She who has art has of everything a part. ............."Let come what may, I shall do my best. J I J I II I 7 ........"There's in him stnf that puts him to these ends." "With yon we have had practice-yes, and many games." E ....... "Tho quiet, 'tis said he has thonghtsf ,,,,,,,,,.,..,..,f'He is wise who wishes to do what he can .."She was so quiet that one listened when she spoke. -amp- J J Gfxfj 27 RSSES Alma Mater In the old historic Nazareth 'Gainst the rising sun Stands our loved Alina Zllater Pride of days to coine. Here with daily tasks we struggle With our goal in sight Ever mindful of our brothers And the Blue and White. By thy naine, dear Alma Mater, We shall win the fight And for ns, thy sons and daughters, Days will e'er be bright. Nazareth High, to thee we're pledging All our rnain and might- Never shall dishonor cloud thee Nor the Blue and White. --.ef 24 5.- T?9 The 1 1928 f Comet Q27 Seniors President .................. ....... L AHOMA PEPPELL Vice-President ............ ...,.,...,. L ESTER KRATZ Secretary .................... ...,,.. M IRIAM BOYER Asst. Secretary ......... ,....... H ARR1soN HocH Treasurer .................. ...,,..... W ILLIAM HIMLER Asst. Treasurer ..s..... ........, M ARGARET ROTH Historian ..4-.. ..... ....... ....... ........, D o R 0 THY WALKER Colors RED AND WHITE Audenreid, Earl Brong, Leon Gall, Emanuel Getz, Margarete Hager, Florence Henry, William Jones, Gladys Andrews, Kathryn Boyer, Miriam Edgar, Evelyn Fehr, Lorean Griffith, Kenneth Hess, Irene Class Motto KKDEEDS, NoT WORDS!! CLASS ROLL Academic Course Jones, Harold Kilian, Iustina Kostenbader, Walter Kratz, Lester Lehr, Kathryn Marx, Werner Peppell, Robert Plush, Gordon Commercial Course Flick, Miriam Hoch, Harrison Kahler, Maybel General Course Himler, VVilliam 2 5 ig..- Flower RED AND WHITE RosEs Rohn, Mary Roth, Margaret Sehlegel, Henry Shafer, Raymond Snyder, Leonard VonSteuben, Wilbur Ziegenfus, Mae Metz, Dorothy Peppell, Lahoma Russell, Isabel Walker, Dorothy Minter, Enid Simmons, Harold l KATHRYN ANDR12ws '!Langhs, jones, cheers, but never blue Tha-t's our Kathryn, thru and thru." Comet Staff 4 EARL AUDENREID Ulf silence were golden, he'd be a millionaire." Varsity Football 43 Qrches- tra 3. lX'llRIAM BOYER "Ever loyal, always true To the task 'twas hers to do." Varsity Basketball 43 Sub. 33 Class Sec. 3, 4: Asst, Treas. A. A. 45 Senior Playg Clee Club 3, 4. 26 EVELYN EDGAR "Sl1e's quiet and deruure A good examflle of a lady- like lady." Comet Staff LEON BRONG "Fm studious when I study." Asst. Class Treas. lg Stu- dent Council lg Orchestra 1, Z, 3, 4g Class Basketball 3, 4. LOREAN FEHR "A lady, au athlete, Cl stu- deut, But always, just ct girl." Basketball Sub. 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Operetta 35 Comet Staff -.,5f 27 35..- BIIRIA M FLICK N 'Tis true that she is 11111611 i7lCIi1'lCCl To falls Hilti 011111 with all 111ar1ki11,:i." Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4g Captain 45 Asst. Class Sec- retary 33 Operetta 25 Glee EMANUEL GALL Club 2, 3, At- "The worldlv 110 better if we worry L1fc's 110 longer if we hurry." Class Basketball 3, 4. MARGARET GETZ "Margaret is full of pep and go There is 1101'l1i11g almut her tl1at's dry or slow." Class Basketball 33 English Loyalty Prize Z: Glee Club 1, Z, 3, 4: Operetta 2: Comet Staff Publicity Staff 2g School News Editor 3. l -..gf 28 13... l KENNETH GRIFFITH "Good nature is a virtue Possess it if you can It's always found in K ennie He's full of pepland grand." V FLORENCE HAGER "Ready to help with a right good will A laughing inanner you can- not chill." Basketball Sub. 4 VVILLIAM HENRY "Wise men say nothing in dangerous ti1nes." Basketball Mgr. 3g Class Sec. 15 Vice-Pres. 2g Vice- Pres. Literary Society 33 Pres. 4g Senior Play 3 Comet Stalfg Student Council 3g Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Pres. of Orchestra 4. "Ef29l9"- VVILLIAM H1 MLER "Always 'ZUlllil1lg, a I w a y s game In all aftivitics, his just the same." Varsity Basl-:etball 2, 3, 43 Varsity Football 3, 43 Cap- tain 43 Varsity Baseball Z, 3, 4: Captain 43 Pres. of A. A. 43 Class Treas. 43 Asst- Class Treas. 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Operetta 4. IRENE HEss "Herc's to our Hessie Sll!?,S loving and jolly, al- ways ready for folly She's one great all-arozmd girl." Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Operetta 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Comet Staff. HARR1soN HocH "You may be right, but l know I am." Comet Staff 3 Cheer Leader 2, 3, 4g Student Council 43 Operetta 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Asst. Class Sec. 43 Base- ball. 30 33..- HAROLD JONES "Li::ies and Chevies go to- gether In sunshine or in cloudy weather." Class Basketball 3, 43 Mgr. 43 Vice-Pres. Class 23 Class Sec.: Treas. A. A. 43 Sen- ior Playg Comet Staff. GLADYS JONES "If your presence were known by the noise you make Then you would seein for away: But we know you are near by the things you do By your kindness in every way." Glee Club 4g Operetta 4. LESTER KRATZ HA poppy nienzber of our class Though he seldom studies, he's sure to pass." Baseball Mgr. 4g Varsity Football 3, 43 Senior Playg Operetta 4g Vice - Pres. Class 43 Glee Club 4. -..sg 3 1 Ea.- MAYBEI, KAHLER "And still she talked and talked and talked And talked a little more." Basketball Sub. 3g Mgr. 4g Comet Staff 3 Student Coun- cil 3g Operetta 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. WALTER KOSTENBADER "H e is always rather quiet But on this you may depend He is always more than willing To do service for a friend." Football Mgr. 45 Varsity Basketball 4, Sub. 33 Treas. Literary Society 4g Class Treas. 2, Vice-Pres. 3. Q JUSTINA KILIAN "Some think she's senti- mental And others, stiff and cold But if you could but know her .S'he's the best friend you can hold." Senior Playg Glee Club 4- 32 IQATHRYN LEHR "Thr milzlvxt IIIKHHIPI' and Ihr gmlllcsf lzvurff' Orchestra 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 4: Class Treas. 3. VVERNER MARX "lWaiiy his ihoughls, his words but few But we're glad we have kiiozwi him DOROT H Y M ETZ For his lzeart is true blue." Comet Staff. "PVC heard some hearty laughter The teacher did appear She didizlt hazff' to look For she lencw that Dot was near." Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4g Captain 3: Class Sec. 23 Treas. lg Sec. Literary So- ciety 2, 3, 4: Operetta Z, 45 Comet Stall. -sissy. 5- ENID lN1INTER "Not foo sober, not foo gay But a good, true girl in every wo " Senior Playg Glee Club 4, Class Sec. 3. y. . ROBERT PEPPELL f'Bob is a jolly lad As good as gold and loved by the class Tho full of fun and fond of pranks He shares the goods of highest rank." Varsity Football 31 Varsity Basketball 3, 43 Captain 43 Senior Playg Operetta 33 Student Council 3. LAHOMA PEP!?E1.I, "Her very being l?l"0lZll1L'S inspiration." Class Pres. 3, 43 Varsity Debating 3: Student Coun- cil 3, 43 Pres- 3, Vice Pres. 43 Nat. Oratorical Contest lst place 33 Lincoln Essay lst prize 3: Alumni Contest Zncl prize 33 Nat. Forensic League 33 Comet Staffg Glee Club 3, 43 Jr. Bkkg. prize: American History Prize 3. 34 AI.xRcz,xRi-:T ROTH 'Z-1 liwly maid, witty of tongzu' EWU' ready for tl bit of fun." Basketball Sub. 4: Class Basketball 3: Sec. A. A. 4: Pres. Student Council 4: Asst. Treas. Class 4: Cleef Club l, 2, 3, 4: Asst. Sec. Class 3: Treas. A. A. 3. RAYMOND SHAFER "HU may 500111 quiet but you d0n't know lzim He may 10010 listlfss but lm has his interests In football he sure a'ot:.s' slzinv In lzcljwing to 'hold that line-' J' Varsity Basketball 4: Sub. 3: Varsity Baseball 3, 4: Varsity Football 4: Sub. 3: Orchestra 4. MARY RoHN "Ha,pfJy am I, from care 1,111 free lVl1y armft they all con- tented lilcv mc?" Student Council lg Class Basketball 3. -..if 3 5 Eg... LEONARD SNYDER "'Argue! He can prove than you're wrong While you speak ou in vafii Then take up the other side And prow you w r 0 n g again." Orchestra 4g Class Pres. 1: Student Council 3 C l a s s ISABEL RUSSELL Tfeas- 3- ffzf she waz, She waz ' And you may depend on ii. If she 'wou't, she worft Arid fhere's an end oi: it." WILBUR voN STEUBEN 'fDocs my hair look aw- right?" Varsity Football 3, 45 Class Basketball 3, 4. -egg 36 R+..- HAROLD SIMMONS 'HI love to 'wind my moutlz up . I lo've to hear it go." Varsitv Football 35 Glee Club 2, 33 Operetta 3, 4g Senior Playg Student Coun- cil 23 Class Basketball 3, 4. GORDON PLUSH "He doesn't bother anyone He minds his own affairs, He has a metlzod all his own Arid never puts on airs." Class Basketball 43 Baseball Sub. 3. HENRY SCHLEGEL "If worry be the cause of death, then I shall live forever." Football Sub- 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Pres. Zg V-Pres. 23 Student Coun- cil 2. -WH 37 DOROTH Y NVALKER "I hear some noise, I see brown hair It's Dorothy Walker, I do deflarefu Class Historiang Student Council 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 45 Operetta 23 Senior Play. MAE ZIEGENFU5 "Though a new-foincr to these halls of faine S he sure has given herself a nanieg For nzirth and good cheer is sure to abound Whene'er and wherzfer our Mae is around." Senior Playg Qperetta 4g Glee Club 4. MAE WUNDERLY "Always at work with a right good will- How she docs try to keep the Library still !" 38 'Gentlemen Prefer Blond es" ...... I I I f 'Ten Modern C oininandinentsv ...... 1' I I I I I The 1 1928 f Comet GQ Movies and Actors of '28 'S-wiiu, Girl, Swim" ........................ .-.4 .............A K A THRYN ANDREWS 'Beau Geste" ............................................. ........... E ARL AUDENRIED 'The Private Life of Helen of Troyy' ..... ..... - -A .... MIRIAM BOYER ',S'1nile, Brother, Smile" ...........,..........,... ......... L EON BRONG 'Back to God's Country" .......... ........ EVELYN EDGAR 'The Joy Girl" ................,..... ............. L OREAN FEHR 'Naughty But Nice" ...... Q--. .............. M I RIAM FLICK 'Two Arabian K nights" ...... Rolled Stockings" .-,. ............ The Student Prince" .......... 'H ula" ................................ - ......... 'The Drop Kick" .......... . 'Tell It To Sweeney" ......A......... . 'The Gingham Girl" ..................... . 'The Covered W agon" fFordj ..... . 'Her Wild Oat" ............................ . 'My Best Girl" .....,...................... . 'The Prince of Headwaitersu ...... . 'out All Night" ...... .................. . The Music Master" ..... Shanghai Bound" ...... 'The Fair Co-ed" ......, ........... Get Your Man" ............................ The Patent Leather Kid" ......- Spring F ever" ..................... . .... . Tiine to Love" ..... Fine M anners" .................. One Woinan to Another" .--, .. Jesse fa1nes" ..................... One Minute to Pl y" ....,..... Fireinan, Save y Child" ..... The Gorilla" ............................ The Valley of the Giants" ........ She's a Shiekn ..................A......... I-'6f39t3' .. 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Mm'-Amms MQQSEEAWOM M5555 ZEVHHM GZHFWDHI Mmsmdqm 55742 ' c1ffw mgmwst-twmwxyf.-.sci Their 1928 f Comet F Rofalster of N. H. S. Wildest ...... Shyest 7 ......... .. ..........,. . Cntest ..................... Always I nseparable .....,...FLORENCE HAGER JONES DOROTHY METZ MAYBEL KAHLER and MARGARET ROTH Most School Spirit ...................................................... MIRIAM BOYER Best All-ronnd ........ Teacher's Blessing M ost C onceited ................. ........................... ..........REBERT PEPPELL ........HAROLD SIMMONS .LEONARD SNYDER Most Likely to Succeed ...... ................................... G ORDON PLUSH Best Looking .............................. Biggest ................ .....,... Best M nsician ....... B nsiest ................... Biggest Kickers ....... W ittiest .................. M ost Silent ............. Biggest Knockers ....... fllcfst Sober .............. M ost Stndions ..... N erviest .............. Cleverest ......... Class Doll ...... Biggest Flirt ..... Windiest ......... Most Athletic .... Least Athletic ....... Most Energetic .... M ost Earnest ........ Biggest Giggler ........ LOREAN FEHR, VVILLIAM HENRY MAE ZIEGENFUS, WILBUR VON STEUBEN LEHR ......................................RAYMOND SHAFER .......ISABEL RUSSELL, DOROTHY WALKER ..........HARRISON HOCH, LEON BRONG EDGAR ........MIRIAM FLICK, MARGARETE GETz .......EMANUEL GALL, EARL AUDENRIED PEPPELL ........HENRY SCHLEGEL FACULTY ........ENID MINTER .............IRENE HESS ...........LESTER KRATZ ...........W1LLIAM HIMLER .......KENNETH GRIFFITH JONES WERNER MARX, WALTER KOSTENBADER KILIAN 42 ig... 'W The 1 I928 f 'Comet Class History NCE UPON A TIME CSeptember 22, 19245 fifty-nine courageous Fresh- men, willing to face foes and slaughter, crossed a drawbridge f8th grade gradu- ationj and entered the portals of the formidable castle of N. H. S. to begin their quest for the Holy Grail-KNOWLEDGE. These gallant Freshmen received a hearty welcome from the revengeful Sophomores who promptly initiated them by rolling down the boys' socks, blacking their faces, etc. A month or two later, under the leadership of King Arthur C Mr. Wilsonj, these youthful knights were banded together as members of the Round Table. Miss Nicholas, a coun- cillor in the formidable castle, realized the possibilities of this valiant band and started the Civic League and worked with untiring patience. One of the tests of the Round Table which the knights had to undergo was "Clean Up Week." Such scrubbing and erasing as these Knights did! Because we had not yet proved our valor in the activities of the Order, we were not allowed many social privileges. The point was stretched, however, when we, like vagabonds of the road, marched to Henryls Dam and feasted on doggies. As the youngest mem- bers of the Round Table, we presented our school with the picture of "Sir Gala- had' and thus ended our Freshman quest. 4: 4: 4: 4: 4: 4- 4: 4: In the course of time these young Freshmen Knights became Sophomores, but the entire band did not continue the quest. Sixteen, tired of the hardships with which they had to contend, dropped by the wayside. The forty-three remain- ing knights, however, were allowed to indulge in a "spooky" and "hilarious" party on Hallowe'en in which the Faculty joined heartily. Our second year of Knighthood was enjoyed even more than the first. 4: 4- 4: ik 4: 4: 4: 4: As the years passed, the end toward which we were struggling drew nearer and nearer. Four new members were added to our band: Lahoma Peppell, Robert Peppell, Werner Marx and Miriam Boyer. This year, with our goal so close at hand, we worked harder than ever. Our first project was the serving of meals to the teachers during Institute Week. Will we ever forget those PILES OF DISHES! The Knights took an active part in all activities, several of our mem- bers were awarded honors for oratorical work and others were chosen as captains of the various athletic teams. The social event of the season was held May 13th, at which the Junior Knights entertained the Senior Knights and the Faculty. It was a "Rainbow Party," and all decorations corresponded. After another year of hard work the Knights disbanded for the summer, to recuperate and come back with more vim and vigor for the last year of searching for the Holy Grail. 41 4- 4: 4 4: 4: ff 4 This is the last year that we have to complete the quest for the Grail. It is the beginning of the end. Once again we had the privilege of adding three new members to our band: Justina Kilian, Mae Ziegenfus and Enid Minter. Because 43 TS The 1 1928 If Comet this is the last year we spend together, it is looked back upon with fond memories. It is in this year that we have many good times. In October we had our last Hallowe'en Party at which we entertained the Faculty. In December we were entertained by the Junior Knights at a most lovely Christmas Party. Everyone voted the party a "Grand Success." The day before Christmas vacation the annual Senior Christmas Party was given. Shall we ever forget the Senior Play given March lst and Znd? Our last and biggest event of all the year was the Wash- ington trip. It will never be forgotten by anyone. x Pk -k 4- nk Pk :sf ao: Thus these brave knights Finished their training and ended their four-year quest for the Holy Grail-Knowledge. The years had Hown swiftly by and now they must again cross a drawbridge into the world, each to follow his own chosen course. Before they disbanded, with one accord they proposed a toast. Holding aloft their goblets they drank deep and heartily- To the health and happiness of each Knight of the Class of 1928, and to Good Old N. H. S.! W , gwk- .,x Q3 !?!'!! jlllllii A1 545 -,I 'Q -..gf 44 B... .. A.. F r , Q The 1 192.8 1 Comet Class Prophecy T WAS A DANK, dreary sort of day and I felt very discontented with myself and with life as I walked aimlessly back and forth on the main thoroughfare. I drifted into a side street. Here I was in this strange, big city, with no one I knew. A sign caught my eye. "Monsieur du Vaux, Reader in Futures." Here was a place to pass the time. I entered a low door and was immediately arrested by the cry "Stop! Go no farther. I know why you have come. You are looking for friends." I gazed in the direction of the voice and perceived, in the dim light, sitting, or rather crouching, over a low table, a dark-skinned individual with piercing black eyes. With long, slim, brown fingers he motioned me to be seated. He was dressed in oriental silks and a high, fantastic turban. He closed his eyes and spread his hands over the large crystal in the center of the table- As I gazed intently at it, myriads of all-colored lights seemed to dance before my eyes. I started to speak, but was silenced by a gesture and a long, slim, dark finger pointed at the crystal. I studied the man's features. He looked familiar. Could it be-could it be? Yes, it was! This was my old schoolmate Walter Kosten- bader. I could hardly refrain from grasping his hand, but decided to say nothing. He was still making the strange passes and mechanically my eyes wandered to the crystal. "Gaze!" said he. I looked into the depths, at first all was chaos, but soon the parts began to assemble and finally there emerged a picture of a large stadium, and great throngs of people, all trying to stand in the same spot at once. On a banner were the words "The Olympic Games, Paris, France." What could this have to do with my friends? Who was that gigantic man striding across the center? Upon close observation I perceived that it was my old friend, Bill Himler. Across his chest was a ribbon, "World's champion pole vaulter." By his side, trying to keep up with his strides, ran a diminutive young lady, who I could see was our former star basketball forward, Dotty Metz. I asked the man next to me what she was there for and he told me that she had just com- pleted her fourth swim across the English Channel and was now here for the Olympic Games. At one side of the field I saw a dense crowd. Being curious, I investigated and to my astonishment here were our fair-haired Margaret Getz and Wilbur von Steuben-engaged in a,plebeian prize fight, with the gloves on. Peggy had just placed a line right uppercut to the left jaw. I uttered a cry of delight. At my ejaculation everything blurred and the scene faded from my sight- I had broken silence. The medium stretched his hand toward me and his magnetic eyes forced my gaze to rest again upon the crystal. The parts were assembling and upon my vision came a scene which at first I could not place, though it seemed familiar. Ah, it was our Assembly Hall, back at old N. H. S. Loving recollections rushed upon my memory, and I could scarce see the scene for the tears blinding my eyes. A stentorian voice caught my attention and I made an effort to ascertain -..ef 45 jg... ' fs -,ww-.rear-Iv-fs: .A-.fl We 735 The 1 1928 1 Comet from whence it issued. "Students of Nazareth High School," it was saying, "I am overjoyed at once more gazing on the classic walls and corridors of my old Alma Mater." Dimly I could see a massive form on the platform. Why, it was Kenneth Griffith-who else? I restrained an impulse to rush up and "grasp his heroic hand." But he was continuing--"Fellow students, I have been all over this sphere, and can find no place more dear to me than this same building. Perhaps it would interest some of you to know that your old friend, Leonard Snyder, is now in New York, where he is pastor of one of that city's leading churches. As you remember, he was ever our best arguer, and could convince even Miss Smith against her will when he so desired. And Werner Marx, another of our relig- iously inclined brethren, is situated as missionary in the Congo Region of Africa, where he is putting his life into converting the natives. Shall we give a rising vote to his success ?" The whole Assembly rose as one man, and my heart swelled at this sign of loyalty to my classmate. Kenneth was again speaking-"From Africa I went to Turkey, where I visited the palace of the Sultan. I was ushered into the throne room and there, on a mound of cushions of silks and velvets, robed in the richest of attire, lay the 'champeen bluifer of our class", Harold Simmons. I was overawed. He loftily welcomed me and offered me a seat, while he puifed tranquilly on a 'hookah' or pipe with a long tube attached. When had I ever known him not to smoke? When I had gathered a bit of courage, I asked him what he was doing here and he replied that he had a Mohammedan harem with 1001 wives, thereby defeating Solomon by one point. "Well, well", thought I, "Our old Sociology lessons put into practice." This was true education. "After a pleasant afternoon of eating sweetmeats, smoking 'hookahs' and watching the sultan's dancers 'salaam' and twist and turn, I left the palace and the country. "Next I passed through Switzerland, and at one of the winter sports resorts I met Robert Peppell. He was there for the skiing. Bob is now the champion of the world in the sport and also the American representative in fancy ice-skating, which art he has developed quite proiiciently. This fall I was in Berlin, at one of the famous Conservatories of Music, and was very much pleased to find Kathryn Lehr there as professor of Music Theory, with William Henry in the same ca- pacity. Ancl then, from the sublime to the ridiculous, in the same city I went to the theatre, where I found our lovable Mae Ziegenfus as a jaunty little come- dienne. She was making antics of all sorts and turning cartwheels all over the stagef, Kenneth attempted to illustrate, and the effect was so comical that I laughed aloud in glee. I was immediately repentant, for the scene in the crystal faded and I came back to earth once more. The medium looked at me sternly. A shudder ran up my back- I "Go," he said, "thou hast been disrespectful to the spirits and hast profaned my house. Go!', I bowed my head, humiliated, and, laying down a bill without looking at it, walked slowly out. Now where to? I knew not. I was tired, hungry, and very lonely. As I attempted to cross the street, I was struck by a large lmousine. It stopped and an angry voice inquired why I didn't watch where I was going. I re- -.,9f 46 tg..- .4 Kan- The 1 1928 1 Comet torted and asked why he didn't hire a competent chauffeur. The latter gave me an angry glance, which quickly turned to a smile as he grasped my hand. It was Henry Schlegel. While we were conversing, a crowd had gathered and then a policeman stepped up and asked for names. I gave him mine and pointed to the back seat when he asked for the owner of the car. The angry voice again spoke and it said, "Why bother me with such trifles. Well, if you must know, I am Lester Kratz, President of the National City Bank." I started-that name! Was it a mere coincidence? I looked and found it to be really my old classmate, "Less", I was a bit awed by his fine clothes, but when he saw who I was, he dropped his supercilious manner and we renewed our friendship. I told the police- man to overlook the matter, that I would not prosecute. The chauffeur drove on and the policeman came up to me. "You let him off too easily"-he started to say, and then stood open-mouthed, staring at me. He grasped my hand and pumped it up and down excitedly- I recognized in his beaming countenance the ever-present genius of the Class of '28, Gordon Plush! We talked awhile and then, realizing that we were holding up traffic, we went on our way. I asked him where the library was situated and he said that he would escort me there. As we walked up the wide path, with poplar trees on either side, a statue caught my eye. It was that of a soldier on horseback. What! It was the re- doubtable Harold Jones. I read on the base, "This statue is to commemorate that most valorous and brave Brigadier-General Harold Louis Jones, who did much to lead his country on to victory in our war with the Orient." I was overcome with indefinable feelings. Gordon led me into the building and the first two persons I saw were Gladys Jones and Evelyn, who assisted here in the capacity of librarians. After talking to them for a while, we went to the back of the library. I was looking over the shelves, when a bright blue book caught my eye. "My Life and Memoirs," by Enid Minter, it read. This ought to prove interesting, so I went to a table and began to read. My friend Gordon did the same, as he was off duty for the rest of the day. Soon my eyelids began to droop, as I was very tired from my day's exertionq 'I dozed off-and dreamed that I was at Windsor Castle, Eng- land, where court was being held. I was standing in the side-lines, and I observed on the throne a very regal-looking lady, who, I presumed, was the Queen of Eng- land. Upon closer observation I found her to be justina Kilian. I always knew she would come to something like this. As I looked at her, her austere Visage broke into a smile. I looked around to find the cause for her merriment and obl served, sitting on a stool at her feet, a young man in cap and bells-her jester, in whom I speedily recognized our laugh-provoker of old, Leon Brong. At one side of the throne I noticed a martial-looking soldier who stood out from the rest by his military carriage. Who but Emanuel Gall? The Queen was speaking to a nobleman in rich attire. When he turned, I saw that it was Earl Audenried. From the time I first knew Earl, I had always pictured him as a nobleman, and it is said that thoughts and ideals are bound to sometime come out in one's dreams. This I thought to myself-a dream within a dream. And with that, I awoke, to End myself back in the library and Gordon still reading. . We walked out together, and as we sauntered down the street an electric sign caught my eye. "Senorita Paubla in the Matador." We went in and sat down. On the stage was a beautiful Spanish girl dancing to the tune of her merrily click- -..H 47 13... I The 1 I928 1 Comet ing castanets. I recognized my school chum, Miriam Boyer. With her danced a Spanish Matador, who was undoubtedly another old friend, Harrison Hoch. How like a Spanish gentleman he looked in that costume! And his skin had been stained to match that of his partner. Soon the "Click-clickety-click" of the castanets died away and the curtain fell. After a while the curtain rose again and disclosed to View a single ballet dancer who lightly pranced hither and thither. Yes, it was Irene Hess. At the piano, furnishing the music, was our own pretty Lorean Fehr, as charming as ever. During the intermission, I gazed about me. In the front row, next to the orchestra, I saw some yellow hair that looked familiar to me. just then the head turned and I saw our faculty advisor that was, Miss Pfau. I walked down the aisle as calmly as I could and sat down in a vacant seat in back of her. Upon inquiring what she was doing, I learned that she was now a stage critic of note and has made quite a success of it. When the curtain rose again, the stage was titted up with rings and bars and other acrobatic equipment. A girl in pink tights was swinging from place to place with the agility of a monkey. Without looking at her face, I knew that it was Miriam Flick-yes, it was "Bub." A lady announcer stepped on the stage to apprise the audience of the fact that the performance was ended and that they were to have an equally wonderful show the succeeding evening. It was Maybel Kahler. VVhy shouldn't it be? She had always made announcements in Assembly about our basketball games, and we verily believe that she enjoyed rthat sort of thing. Here was the person I had been thinking about for weeks, so I hurriedly left my seat and rushed around to the stage door to crave admittance. I met with an immediate rebuff from the doorkeeper, who was resplendent in brass buttons and gold braid. At first he absolutely refused to admit me, but I recog- nized him as Raymond Shafer and, as we renewed our acquaintance, he allowed me to pass through unmolested. I soon found Maybel, and she invited me to stay at her home as long as I should be in that city. I gladly accepted. We started home together. The honk of a horn made me start and we looked around. This machine looked familiar- It was the Ford of our high school days, that Mary Rohn used to drive, rather battered and worn with age, to be sure, but still hanging together. We got in without hesitation, and she drove us to our door. As we got out, she said that though her Ford was old, she could never bear to part with it as long as5it Continued to amble along. We waved goodbye and entered the apartment building, then the elevator. The operator was tall, with fair hair. I edged around to get a view of her face. Yes, it was Florence Hager. Maybel explained that she lived next door to her here in the building. Next to traveling, this had always been one of my ambitions-to run one of these queer elevators up and down. We alighted and came to a door, which Maybel unlocked. We entered. There, reclining on a couch, eating chocolate creams and reading the latest edition of "Life," was Margaret Roth. I wasn't surprised when they told me that here they kept "bachelor quarters." I remem- bered that they had always dreamed of this, and they had carried it out exactly. The first floor contained parlor, living room, library and dining room. They took me upstairsg this Hoor consisted of a bedroom suite with a beautiful green-and- Hamingo tiled bath. The next sight which met my eyes was the roof, which was -..gr 48 ig., F P, If " ,'f, 'vw 'wr-21-2 J'-,1 ' - gnzymyglrgxbimhfial' ' . l,,1j41f'qgyp-11:,v:,, - -, xy' The f 1928 1 Comet entirely covered with earth and where grew all strange varieties of plants, even trees-a veritable roof garden. Here, under the palm tree, we had tea, and a very delightful tea time it was- Before welfmished, visitors came, who were Dorothy Walker and Isabelle Russell. They told me that they were now charity workers traveling all over the country trying to reform social conditions, I com- mended them on their splendid ideals and then asked what their inseparable friend, Lahoma Peppell, was doing. Dot looked at me surprisedly. "Haven't you heard about her? Why, she is one of the most famous con- gresswomen in the United States and Kathryn Andrews is her private secretary." I confessed ignorance on that point. After our visitors left, we retired for the night, but not before having talked over the good old times of our high school days and recounting experiences of the past years. The next week I left for my home town, Nazareth, because I was so home- sick after having seen all these dear friends and hearing about others that I felt I must get back again to Nazareth High, where I spent so many happy ,days with my classmates. -E. I. MINTER. ...gf 49 lg... JUNIQR CLASS - -A t rf'ff1W'fY"'Y TSS. Tie 1 1928 f Comet 925 v Juniors President .............. ........ W ALTER BACHMAN Vice-President ................ ..................... M ARY DRY Secretary ........................ ......... Q ..... A NNA STEM Assistant Secretary ....... ........ M ILDRED HAUBERT Treasurer ...................... ............... G RACE LAUDIG Assistant Treasurer ...... ........... H ESTER KREIDLER Historian ............ ......................... ........ M 1 LDRED HAUBERT Colors Class Motto Flower CERISE AND SILVER GRAY ULABOR coNQUERs ALLN CARNATION CLASS ROLL Altemose, William Bachman, Walter Buss, Grace Dry, Mary Haubert, Mildred Heckman, Helen Applegate, Minnie Beitel, Carl Dennis, Grace Jones, Melvin Kram, David CLEWELL, STANLEY Ron N, HAROLD Academic Courses Johnson, Warren Kreidler, Hester Lehr, Charles Lerch, Anna McGonigle, John Messinger, Sherwood George, Ida C onnnercial Course Laudig, Grace Michael, David Peters, Harold Scheetz, Evelyn General Courses KAHLER, WARREN -..gf 51 B..- Mezgar, Russell Roth, Donald Serfass, Clark Shimer, Samuel Wolfe, Harold Wunderly, Margaret Shook, Gladys Snyder, Pauline Stem, Anna Van Buskirk, Margaret Wunderly, Lucile REMEALY, VICTOR SLOGGETT, MIRIAM . , ,,,?,g,,?,,,F,Yx,,M,,F,k,,,. k,',,,, , The 1 1928 1 Comet y Junior Class History E HAVE SEEN ANOTHER YEAR go swiftly by, and as we gaze at the whirlwind of time, we find ourselves at the end of our junior year-three-quarters of our way through high school. During the football season, we sought an addition to our treasury by dis- guising as "hot dog" venders. We sold a number of doggies and realized quite a sum- We were also successful in the Lyceum Ticket sale. During the basket- ball season the Juniors were busy selling candy to the rooters. We feel proud that so many of our number have given their services to help hold high the standard of athletics and good spirit of N. H. S. Still others of us have turned our attention to the upholding of musical and literary activities. As it falls to the Juniors to have the honor of entertaining the Seniors at a Reception, we had that pleasure on December sixteenth. The gymnasium, appro- priately decorated in Yuletide fashion, added to the enjoyment of the evening. As we realize the approach of our Senior year, we feel the dawning of a new responsibility. We must set before us ideals and follow them. We hope we have made friends with the teachers and students, and that we have a .class that Nazareth High will be proud of. -M. M. HAUBERT, Historian. if Q KQV -..Et 52 tg... M!,,g.,,,.....--I..-A-.,,.., ..Y.. , .. .... - .... ..- .- .. ... .- . 1 - .. -.Y .L - ,A ., u',,..,,,,,,.., ,,...,.,,,,.,!,M,?'- 1 ' - J? ,H The 1 I928' f Comet JUNIORS WILLIAM ALTEMOSE-"He fiddles as he goes." MINNIE APPLEGATE-"Silence is golden." WALTER BACHMAN-"Will he never grow up?" 'CARL BEITEL-"Slang liveth in this man." GRACE BUSS-"Flaming youth." STANLEY CLEWELL-"Junior Sheik to a certain Sophf' GRACE DENNIS-"Naughty but nice!" MARY DRY-ffFG17l0MS for her non-stop giggle-" IDA GEORGE-"Laughing brown eyes and rosy cheeks." MII,DRED HAUBERT-"Smile and the world smiles with you." HELEN :HECKMAN-H5118 has a musical charm." WARREN JOHNSON-"The Perfect !unior?????" MELVIN JONES-"Interested in the Junior Academics." VVARREN KAHLER--"Always where he's needed." DAVID KRAM-IfTl1di studious lad???" HESTER KRIEDLER-"Oh, that uniform!" GRACE LAUDIO-"She likes to talk." CHARLES LEHR-"Mischief personified." ' ANNA LERCH-IKNZYJGV trouble trouble till trouble troubles you." JOHN MCGON1GLE+"G'o 'way and let me sleep." SHERWOOD MESSINGER-'IW hy worry? I'm having a good time." RUSSELL METZGAR-rfpyhdl could be better?" DAVID MICHAEL'l!OM7 football captain." HAROLD PETERS-"I didn't do anything, did you?" VICTOR REMEALY-IIHBJS in his second childhood." HAROLD ROHN-'IKLGIJOV conquers all." DONALD ROTH-"The assembly orator." EVELYN ScHEE'rz-"Seine day she'll run a Paige." CLARK SERI-'Ass-"Ibm taller than you are." SAMUEL SHIMER-"Put on your dark glasses-I'1n co-ming." GLADYS SHOOK-"Pleasing personality." IVIIRIAM SLOGGETT-"She runs an Overland-" PAULINE SNYDER-"That school girl co1nplexion???" ANNA STEM-I'Wlllt a blush on the face." MARGARET VAN BUSKIRK-K'D0Mgl111MlS.,, HAROLD WOLFE-Hlndijferent to the fairer sex." LUCILE WUNDERLY-"A maiden never bold." MARGARET VVUNDERLY--"Oli, what a voicelj' 53 gg..- SOPHOMORE CLASS 'F The President ................. Vice-President A ..... ., Secretary ......... Treasurer ..... Frantz, Minerva Fraunfelder, Jacob Heyer, Marion Howell, Mike Keller, Evelyn Knecht, Kermit Kortz, Ada Achenbach, Mary Breinig, Anna Brong, Woodrow Brouse, Idella Dech, Nettie Fuls, Woodrow Barrall, Kenneth Beck, Arthur Dusinski, Stephen 1 I 2 9 8 f Comet SOPHOMORES ..........VINCENT SANDERCOCK Academic Course Leh, Ethel Marcks, Carl Meixell, Milo Memmert, John . Metz, Elwood Metz, Ralph Millhouse, Beatrice Palmer, Willard Commercial Course Goodhard, Helen Gorman, Kathleen Hummel, Virginia Itterly, Irma Kahler, Florence Krauss, Thelma Knecht, Margaret General Course Frace, Sterling Graver, Arlene Pritchard, Edwin -..gf 55 H..- WILLARD PALMER ..........JANET RINKER LEH Plush, Caroline Sandercock, Vincent Schlegel, Mary Shupp, Myra Smith, John Wunderly, Luella Young, LeRoy Mabus, Mildred Petterson, George Rinker, Janet Rohn, Catherine Roth, Lottie Young, Helen Shafer, Russell Teel, William Walters, Nelson The f I 928 1 Comet Sophomore Class History N SEPTEMBER 6, 1927, WE AGAIN renewed our upward climb, well satisfied with the progress we madealast year. As we looked back over the trail we saw our triumphs and defeats, our mistakes and our good steps. VVe started out with the resolve to go higher and to be more successful. We see our schoolmates toiling upward above us and we wish to follow in their foot- steps. Below us another group of people, the freshmen, started the climb. We hazed them and initiated them into the spirit of N. H. S. Several times during the year we helped in contests between classes-Lyceum Campaign, Magazine Campaign, etc. We gave some of our members to athletics, debating, and music. We hope our class will continue to contribute to these activi- ties in the future. We also choose the banner and colors under which we were to carry on. On October 29, we stopped and entertained witches, ghosts, and strange people from foreign lands, arrayed in unfamiliar costumes. As the year draws to a close we find that we are half-way up the incline. The Freshmen are up as far as we were at the beginning of the year- The Juniors have only a short stretch to cover and as they look back they regret that they are almost through. The Seniors have reached the goal which stands as a beacon light on the summit. As we look back over the past year we see the rough places, the little quarrels and dissensions. The road has not been smooth and several have dropped by the wayside unable to overcome the difficulties. As we leave the halls of our school for a rest before we continue our climb, we hope to come back better prepared to make the third stage of our journey a successful one. -THELMA KNAUSS, Historian. -..gf 5 6 ' a , The 1 1928 1 Comet CL SOPHOMORES NIARY ACHENBACH-"She toils not, neither does she spin." KENNETH BARRALL-HSGMSB comes with age." ARTHUR BECK-H7716 follies of youth are food for repentance in old age." ANNA BREINIG-NA woman always thinks it takes two to keep a secret." WOODROW BRONG-"Actions speak louder than words." IDELLA BROUSE-"Modesty has more charms than beauty." NETTIE DECH-"Is she talking again or yet?" STEPHEN DLTSINSKI-ffN0 man can see his own faults." STERLING FRACE-"The silent man is most trusted." MINERVA FRANTZ-"She chatters, chatters as she goes." JACOB FRAUNFELDER--UA man's best fortune or his worst is a wife-" Woomzow FULS-"Little but mighty-in argument." HELEN GOODHARD--"H er faults are hard to find." KATHLEEN GORMAN-"One word expresses her-Studiousf' ARLENE GRAVER--NA pleasant addition to the Sophomore Class." MIKE HOWELL-'f'May knowledge increase." MARIAN HEYER--"Clothes makes the woman." VIRGINIA HUMMEL-"Solitude sometimes is the best society." IRMA ITTERLY-"That pleasant smile." FLORENCE KAHLER-"Always cheerful, always gay." EVELYN KELLER-"Difficulties give way to diligence." THELMA KNAUss-"Come and trip it as ye go, On the light fantastic toe." KERMIT KNECHT-HI t is useless to expect impossibilitiesf' MARGARET KNECHT-"A budding athlete." ADA KORTZ f"Always earnestly working." ETHEL LEH-"She plays a wicked saxophone." MILDRED MABUS-:IU p to the minute." CARL MARCKS--IIOMT Mailman." -..gf 5 7 jg... . - .K .,,,.,,., ev, ,., - R . The 1 1928 1 Comet L MILO MEIXELL-"H e has a smile for everybody." JOHN MEMMERT-"An empty barrel makes the most noise." ELWOOD ME'rz--"Deeds not words." RALPH METZ-"H e comes to town riding in a flifozferf' BEATRICE MILHOUSE-"She looks quiet." WILLARD PALMER-"H e loves to argue." GEORGE PETTERSON-"'Tis folly to be wise." CAROLINE PLUSH-HA prominent athlete??? ??? ???' ?" EDWIN PRITCHARD--"H e has a face like a benedictionf' JANET RINKIIR-rff1lSf an school girl." KATHERINE ROHN-"Labor is mine f?J disturb me not." VINCENT SANDERCOCK-"Handsome is as handsome does." MARY SCHLEGEL--"May you give us some flashes of silence." RUSSELL SHAFER--HA good little fellow who might be a lot better." IMZYRA SHUPP--"A quiet, unassuming maid." JOHN SMITH'-"Gentlemen prefer blondes." WILLIAM TEEL-"A model child." NELSON WALTERS-"Pack up your troubles in your old kit bag and smile." LUELLA WUNDERLY-"Fooling is her favorite pastime." HELEN YOUN'G-'IA moderate person in all respects." LEROY YOUNG--HTh6 champion bicyclistf' 6583+- FRESHMAN CLASS The President ...,,............., Vice-President ......... Secretary ........... Treasurer ..........,,. H isloricm ....,,... Angert, Jerome Bender, Matthias Bramer, Nelson Brong, George Chapman, Reber Engle, Kathryn Grim, David Hagenbuch, George Hangen, George Hawk, Ernest Hellick, Edward Dereamer, Robert Karch, William Messinger, Nelson Nicholas, Layton Abel, Emma Babp, Edgar Bauman, Ada Bayda, Paul Beers, Anna Beers, Calvin Berger, Mary Berger, Verna Bolas, Tony Christman, Edward Dietz, Fay Douglas, Ruth Freeman, John Gano, Eleanor 1928 1 Comet QQT FRESHMEN CLASS ROLL Academic Course Hellick, Gilbert Henry, James johnson, Carl Kern, Marion Kiefer, Willis Laudig, Earl LeMaster, Remonda McClenagen, Robert Norris, Thelma Radcliffe, Frank Reimer, Miriam Reinert, Evelyn General Course Peppell, James Rohn, Ralph Rulotf, Robert Commercial Course Ginther, Elwood Godshall, Esther Heckman, Gladys Hoch, Hattie Hughes, Perman Jones, Margaret Kahler, Oliver Kellow, Ruth Koch, Frances Koch, Sterling Kuti, Helen Lutz, Mabel Manck, Mary Metz, Evelyn 61 .JAMES PEPPELL ,,........ELEANOR GANO ...,.,,.KATHRYN ENGLE ..........GRACE WILLIAMSON ....................MAR1AN KERN Saegar, Madeline Schubert, Richard Shafer, Dorothy Simons, Harold Simons, Wilmer Smart, Edward Truell, Rohn Uhler, Fred Uhler, Irwin Wunderly, Anna Yeisley, Peter Ruth, Charles Smith, Merlin Wolf, Ralph Young, Emmett Miksch, Ellen Monguesa, Mary Rader, Carrie Remaly, Grace Rundle, Beatrice Savitz, Bertha Shafer, Alberta Slonaker, Ralph Smith, Mary Walker, Gladys Walter, Martha Williamson, Grace Wolfe, Salome Wunderly, Louis 1' mififbiqitl,,-,nffigigwgyyyr-,gtg Jfggagy --I1 739 The 1 192.8 f Comet Freshman Class History N SEPTEMBER THE SIXTH, nineteen hundred and twenty-seven, we entered High School and in a short time settled down to work- VVe showed our ability in the magazine campaign by winning many individual prizes for salesmanship while in the Lyceum Campaign we again made a fine record by winning first prize for the sale of tickets. Our class also took an active part in athletics. Several oft our members were on the different teams, while our boys' basketball team won the championship in tl1e inter-class games. Another of our activities was the Freshman Literary So- ciety, which was successful throughoutithe year under the guidance of Miss Smith and Miss lihret. It has always been the custom for the Freshman Class to present a picture to the High School. This year we presented a picture called "Matterhorn" Earl Laudig, a member of our class, wrote an Alma Mater which was adopted by our school. - ' In the past year we have acquired much and given some, but in the future we hope to contribute more to our dear Nazareth High. I . -MARION KERN, Historian. 1 1 '-wifi 62 1, ., .. A ' Q' L v 'YF The 1 1928 1 Comet FRESHMEN EMA ABEL-"Little but mighty." ADA BAUMAN-"A contagious laugh is her chief asset." ANNA BEERS-"W e wonder why Freshmen wear green." NIARY BERGER-IIA country lass." V'ERNA BERGER-H5116 was so quiet that one listened when she spoke FAY DIETZ-tfQM1:8l116SS is a virtue few possess in N. H. S. RUTH DOUGLAS-"Big people do big things." KATHRYN ENGLE-"Always here-always there-" ELEANOR GANO-"Chatter, chatter, like a nzagpief' ESTHER GODSHALL-"Beware of butchers' daughters!" GLADYS HALDEMAN-'IN eat and nice." GLADYS HECKMAN-"Sing your cares away." HATTIE HOCH-"The inildest inanner and the gentlest heart." MARGARET JONES-ffFld'17ll71g youth." RUTH KELLOW-"Betting on Hall gaines is dangerous." MARION KERN--UI like everybody." FRANCES KOCH-"I gossip, gossip as I go." HELEN KUTI-"The Algebra Shark." A REMONDA LEMASTER-"Those curls inake a hit with the Sophsf' MABEL LUTZ-"Silence is golden." MARY MANCK-frlf it wouldn't be for tlzose pins! ! J" EVELYN METZ-"Giggle and the world giggles with you."' ELLEN MIKSCH-"Walking inust be healthful." - MARY MONGUESA-'fEGl and grow fat." THELMA NORRIS-fr.S1flldi0MS7l65S is the road to success." CARRIE RADER-H 'Tis better to laugh than to sigh." MIRIAM REIMER-"Sweet personality, full of rascalityf' EVELYN REINERT-KISCCM, not heard-" GRACE REMALEY-"Moonlight and Roses." BEATRICE RUNDLE-"Rosy cheeks and dimples." MADELINE SAEGER-"Little and snappy." BERTHA SAVITZ--My ou can if you think you can." -..gf 63 53..- 'lf I ...ws ,. , I . W , The 1 1928 1 Comet ft ALBERTA SHAI-'ER-"W hy Gentlemen Prefer Blondes." DOROTHY SHAFER-"Laughter drives all cares away." MARY SMITH-"Why doesn't athletic ability run in the family?" GLADYS WALKER-"She's a girl you like to meet." MARTHA VVALTER-- "" Wait till we know her better." GRACE VVILLIAMSON-"Beauty has not been restrained." SALOME WOLFEZ-"A pal that can't be beat." ANNA WUNDERLY-"Score 1 for the Freshman." JEROME ANGERT-"N ew Shoes for Old." EDGAR BABP-IKM y own thoughts are my companions." PAUL BAVDA-"The Hercules of the Freshman Class." CALVIN BEERS-"A N uisancef' MATHIAS BENDER-"A Little Bluebird." TONY BOLAS-"Beware of Seniors-" NELSON BRAMER-"Typist to be." GEORGE BRONG-"Oh! you Pappyf' REBER CHAPMAN-"Another Nuisance." EDWARD CHRISTMAN-"Give him time." ROBERT DEREAMER-"A bad little boy." JOHN FREEMAN--"Second Red Grange." ELWOOD GINTHER-"Dimples." DAVID GRIM-"I stumble, stumble as I go." GEORGE HAGENBUCK-KIOMC of the Four Horsemen." ERNEST HAWK-"A country lad." L GEORGE HANGEN-"N one but himself can be his parallel." EDWARD HELLICK-"The Freshmen Shiekf' JAMES HENRY-"Future Inventor." PERMAN HUGHES-"I have a heart with room for everybody." CARL JOHNSON-"I like Algebra." GILBERT HELLICK-ffMiSChi6f is his." V OLIVER KAHLER-"Many a good man was killed in rushing." WILLIAM KARCH-"What a walk! ! ! !" WILLIS KIEFER-"Only good when he sleeps." STERLING KOCH-"Forget the women?" EARL LAUDIG-"Big surprises come in small packages." 64 5..- The 1 1928 1 ROBERT MCCLANAGEN-rrC0ll6gldl6, Collegiate." NELSON MESSINGER-"Quiet, a rare thingff LAYTONNICHOLAS-"Those goggles! ! ! !" JAMES PEPPELL-"That Pest." FRANK RADCLIFFE-"How cute I ani !" RALPH ROHN-"Curly," ROBERT RULOFF-"Ashes, Ashes." CHARLES RUTH-r!Dfi7lk milk for strength." RICHARD SHUBERT-"Liked by all." HAROLD SIMONS-"When in doubt be silent." Comet WILMER SIMONS-'Toe taken fun whenever I've found it." RALPH SLONAKER-"Walking Dictionary." EDWARD SMART-rrHET6 coines the Easton trolley." NIERLIN SMITH--NI carry water." ROHN TRUELL-"You would quickly learn to knou FRED UHLER-"A kind face-funny kind! ! ! I" IRWIN UHLER..ffA good scout-" RALPH WOLFE-"Any groceries, lady?" LOUIS WUNDERLY-frFVi671d to all." PETER YEISLEY-"A chip froin the old block." EMMET YOUNG-H7716 best of men love reposef' 55 39... 1 him by his voice ' ' T ""75 WW1tQ.WEinW 'WN 1 'A The 1 1928 1 Com Keep a-Pluggin' Away I've a humble little motto That is homely, though it's true- Keep a-pluggin' away. It's a thing when I've an object That I always try to do- Keep a-pluggin' away. When you've rising storms to quell, When opposing waters swell, It will never fail to tell- Keep a-pluggin' away. If the hills are high before And the paths are hard to climb, Keep a-pluggin' away. And remember that successes Come to,him who bides his time- Keep a-pluggin' away. From the greatest to the least, None are from the rule released. Be thou toiler, poet, priest, Keep a-pluggin' away. Delve away beneath the surface, There is treasure farther down- Keep a-pluggin' away. Let the rain come down in torrents Let the threat'ning heavens frown, Keep a-pluggin' away. When the clouds have rolled away, There will come a brighter day All your labor to repay- Keep a-pluggin' away. There'll be lots of sneers to swallow, There'll be lots of pain to bear- Keep a-pluggin' away. If you've got your eye on heaven, Some bright day you'll wake up there Keep a-pluggin' away. Perseverence still is kingg Time its sure reward will bring g Work and wait unwerying- Keep a-pluggin' away. -PAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR -..gs 66 i,,,L..1.-1----Q 'r -, fo M A I Tr X 5- R3 Il glllll I W The f 1928 1 Comet Wx Athletic Association President .... . ............ ,........ N VILLIAM HIMLER Vice-President ........ ......... R USSELL METZGAR Secretary .....,..,...,.,.,... ......... M ARGARET ROTH Treasurer .................. .............. H AROLD JONES Asst. Treasurer ......, ....... M IRIAM BOYER Boys' Basketball Capt ......... .,..... R OBERT PEPPELL Boys' Basketball Mgr ......... ...,......., H AROLD JONES Girls' Basketball Capt ....... .......,... M IRIAM FLICK Girls' Basketball Mgr ........ .......... M AYBELL KAHLER Football Captain ............. .....,,.... W ILLIAM HIMLER Football Manager ......... ......... W ALTER KOSTENBADER Baseball Captain ........... ,.......,....,,.... W ILLIAM HIMLER Baseball Manager ........ ...,.....,..,,.....A,,,.,, L ESTER KRATZ Cheerleaders HARRISON HOCH GEORGE HANGEN i C oaclies Girls-P. E. SCHWARTZ Boys-A. S. LEH Faculty Advisor-P E. SCHWARTZ fContinued O11 page 875 68 L5 "1-l4f!3.f'i.r1'4'm F. 'S T" ' ' 'F The f 1928 f Comet Qi Athletics THLETICS ARE COMING INTO THEIR OWN at Nazareth High School. It has been a long, tedious climb, but a position has been reached where future pros- pects loom more brightly than ever before. For many years basketball was the only sport high school students could engage in, because there were no facilities for other sports-no tennis courts, base- ball diamond or gridiron. The district owned no plot of ground large enough for an athletic field, and apparently there was no satisfactory field available within reasonable distance from the school. The purchase of a plot of ground of about four acres in 1922 as a site for a new high school building was hailed as the solution of the athletic field problem. It soon became apparent, however, that the problem was far from solution. The plot was found to have a very considerable grade, to grade it would cost about S7,000. Nothing was done for several years about providing a field until in 1926 when a tract of about four acres became available as a part of the Fairview Terrace development directly east of the High School building. After thorough investiga- tion, the board concluded that this tract, although not entirely level, would serve the purpose reasonably well with small expenditures until such a time as money became available for proper grading. Accordingly the board purchased this tract from Mr. Peter S. Trumbower for a consideration of 35,000 In the spring of 1926 efforts were made to provide a baseball field on this tract. Through the courtesy of the Nazareth Cement Company a diamond was laid out, ploughed and graded. The board hired the town steam roller and had the entire field rolled- A reasonably good playing field resulted. A tennis court was also provided in the spring of 1927. The rough grading on this was done by the Nazareth Cement Company while the final grade and fence were provided by the board. The court proved very popularg so popular, indeed, that, in order to obtain the use of it, reservations had to be made sometimes a week ahead of time. Plans are under way now to conduct a tournament this spring for the championship of the high school. Each year seems to bring doubled vim and vigor to athletics and doubled in- terest in it by the citizens of Nazareth, and N. H. S. is proud. --.gi 69 ig.- L. to R. Standing: Wolfe, Sandercock, Smith, Schwartz, Leh, Kostenbader, Michael, Bayda, Johnson. I Center Row: Shafer, Freeman, Kratz, Lindenmoyer, Smith, Himler, Shimer, Von Steuben, Metzgar, Audenried, Rohn. First Row: Meixell, Bolas, McClenagen, Fraunfelder, Schlegel, Hagenbuch. Football, 1927 1 HE SECOND SEASON OF FOOTBALL at Nazareth High School was a very suc- cessful one, its victories numbering six and defeats two. Our team was victorious over all its old rivals, losing only to Washington and Catasauqua. N. H. S. won its first game on the new athletic field by defeating Pen Argyl. The game with N- H. M. A., rivals of long standing, was won by a close score, 13-12. On November 12 we played our last home game with the Northampton High School team. The game with Palmerton was the last game of the season. Qur team was outweighed by every team played this year. Despite this handicap our team played line games 3 our backfield was fast on the offense and sure On the defense. Captain Himler deserves a great deal of credit for this year's success. While all the boys were loyal and willing, we must not forget the untiring efforts and interest of our coach, Mr. Leh. 70 RAR ' ' lT"f'F?I""""" ' 'W The 1 1928 1 Comet W THE SCORES Opponents Nazareth High Washington ..... . ......... 12 O Catasauqua ................. ..... 2 6 O Pen Argyl .....................,... ,,... 0 7 Nazareth Hall M. A .......... ..... l 2 13 Blairstown .....,................ ...,. 0 49 Bangor .....................,.. ..... 0 13 Northampton ....... ...... 7 18 Palmerton ...................... .,... 0 6 Total No. of Points ..l.... ..... - 3 R Football Banquet X AZARETH HIGH SCHOOL,S FOOTBALL SEASON came to a close December 14, 1927. with a banquet, sponsored by public-spirited citizens. The members of the team were awarded letters and were presented with gold footballs, the gift of Mr. Morris Fortuin. David Michael was selected cap- tain of the 1928 football team. The High School Orchestra, under the direction of Miss Davis, furnished the music. Those who participated in the program were: H. E. Shimer, N. H- S. Boardg F. A. Marcks, Supervising Principalg A. G. Kern, President Parent-Teachers' Associationg A. S. Leh, N. H. S. Athletic Coachg R. F. Ziegler, Burgessg G. A. Grim, County Superintendentg Austin Tate, Coach of Freshmen at Lehighg and James Reilly, Coach at Easton High. The committee who arranged the successful aifair consisted of Mr. L. C. Hawk, Chairmang Mr. Stanley Hangen, Mr. J. H. Heintzleman and Mr. R. T. Peppell. Football is but two years old at Nazareth High and this banquet is the first ever given an N. H. S. football squad. It was a true expression of the towns- people's interest in the doings of N, H. S. -..et 71 19..- L. In R. Standing: Christman, Kiefer, Jones, Leh, Schwartz, Bolas, Michael. Sfatcd: Shafc-r, Fraunfelder, Mctzgar. Shimer, Peppell, Kosteubader, Smith, Himler, Clcwell I.. I0 K. Sftlfllllfflfjl Roth, Dcch, Schwartz, Boyer, Kahlcr, Hager, Fchr Sitting: Lerch, Roth, Hess, Flick, Knecht, Metz, Breinig. ' 'WHY' The f 1928 f Comet Boys' Basketball HE Boys STARTED THE SEASON with a spirit of winning, and kept this spirit throughout the season. They had a very successful year, having lost only four out of eighteen games. With Himler and Shafer at forward, Peppell at center, and Metzgar and Shimer at guard, the other teams did not have an easy time of it. Himler alone scored 239 points, while Shafer scored 107. Shimer, Pep- pell and Metzgar also did fine scoring. But scoring alone did not count-it was the excellent team work and cooperation that brought the boys through with so many victories. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE ' BOYS GIRLS N .H.S. Opponents N.H.S. Opponents 38 15 ................ ......... "' Whitehall ....,.........,... .....,.,, 2 4 22 Whitehall .........,............ ...,.,,.. 2 7 23 40 17 ........ ......... N azareth Collegians ....... ..... East Stroudsburg ..,,... ....., 2 9 23 46 15 .....,.. ........ T rinity ...............,..,...'..... .,..,, 'Nazareth Hall .....,... ....., 4 1 19 40 26 ,,...... ......... N ational Sokols ...,.. ..... Perkasie ................ ,,........ 3 2 21 48 1 5 ........ .....,.. B angor . ..-.....,..... .,....... 3 8 45 29 24 ........ ......... 'F Wilson .,...........,...... ......... l 5 31 33 51 ......,. .....,... E maus ..r..v.........,......,. ......... 4 1 28 42 22 ...,.... ......... 4' National Sokols ..... .......... Nazareth Hall .... ......... 3 7 13 24 14 ........ ......... "' Bangor .............. ......... 4 4 24 30 48 ........ ......... 4' Emaus .,.......... ......... 3 0 24 47 26 ........ ......... X Vilson ............,...,.......,....... ...v..... 2 3 38 20 25 .....,., .......,. "' Quakertown ......................... ...... 2 l 17 24 18 ........ ......... L ehighton ...........,,.................... ...... 4 8 32 30 32 .,...... ......... N azareth Y. W. C. A .,........ .. Faculty .,.............,.,,........,...,, ...... 4 6 34 41 23 .,...... ......... Q uakertown ..................... ......... 4 1 10 19 19 ..,..,.. ......... "' Lehighton .............. ...... 3 5 31 29 22 ........ ......... A lumni ...................... ......... 2 7 41 'Games played away. Girls' Basketball Team! Team! We 'want the team! Bobbie, Lerch and Lottie, Hessie, Knecht and Dottie. Team! Team! We want the team, Pride of good old N. H. S. HIS WAS THE SPIRIT WHICH HELPED the Nazareth Girls to go through the most Successful season ever had, despite the fact that out of the Squad of fifty-four only four of last year's players were back! But after a month of hard practice, the team was ready to play its opening game, which was the first of six consecu- tive victories. -..Et 73 39..- 4 Baseball, 1927 HE NAZARETH HIGH BASEBALL TEAM of 1927, under the leadership of Captain Weiss, completed a fairly successful season of nine games, considering the fact that it was the second year of baseball in the school and that not much interest was evidenced the iirst year. Coach Andy Leh took his charges to meet his Alma Mater, the strong Allentown team, for the first game of the season. The team made a good showing, considering its opponent, and for the remainder of the season played an improved brand of baseball. It is significant to note that the scores of Nazareth were close, while the victories were won by large margins. The scores of the season are: SEASON OF 1927 Allentown .... ........ ,... 1 1 Nazareth Bangor ..... ..... 7 Nazareth Wilson ,......... ..... 6 Nazareth Hellertown ...... ......... 6 Nazareth VV ilson ........,........ ...,..... l 2 Nazareth Nazareth Hall ..... ....., 4 Nazareth Pen Argyl ..,...... ..... 9 Nazareth Hellertown ............ ...... 4 Nazareth Nazareth Hall .,.., ...... 5 Nazareth Seniors ................. ...... 7 'Varsity Season of 1928 I GREAT DEAL or INTEREST wAs sHowN in baseball this yearg fifty candidates reported for practice. After dividing the squad into two teams Coach Lch began two weeks of hard practice getting his men in shape for the first game with Lehighton on April 13th. The team justified the predictions of a good season by decisively defeating the Lehighton team 20-13. Further encouragement was given to Captain Himler by a second victory over Bangor in 'ten innings, with a score of 10-9. All signs point to a very successful season this year. -Mgt 74 Ea- A . Q. Af SA 11155 X S 2 X , - 1 Y ' literary Society , ,Nai'lOraioricalConiesI ' 6 Debaiing Club 2- Siudenis Council V fi' , Triangular Debaie Qt 5 f Qrcheshfa f Qi D 4 cms Glee club EL I 1 qw , iff? 2 W, V ' 1 , -J x if I Z xx, ,I XX L. to R. Standing: Walter Bachman, James Peppell, Lahoma Peppell, Eleanor Gano, Harri- son Hoc'1, James Henry. Sitting: Russell Metzger, Helen Goodhard, Margaret Roth, Miss Ehret, Ethel Leh, Anna Breinig, Stanley Clewell. Student Council F HE STUD!-:NT COUNCIL, as its name implies, is the general representative governing board of the student body. It is composed of twelve members-the class presidents and two representatives elected from each class. Council oliicers are elected directly by the student body. During the course of the school year, the Student Council conducts general school projects such as the annual school hike. Regular assembly programs have been arranged usually including outside speakers. Various campaigns have been undertaken for the betterment of school conduct and citizenship. It has materially aided in keeping the building in good condition. Representatives during the first term were: Seniors-Margaret Roth, Pres.g Harrison Hoch, Vice-Pres.: Lahoma Peppell. Juniors-Russell Metzgar, Sec.g Stanley Clewellg VV alter Bachman. Sophomores-Ethel Leh, Treas.: Anna Breinigg Helen Goodhard. Freshmen-James Peppellg james Henryg Eleanor Cano. Second term: Seniors-Lahoma Peppell, Vice-Pres.g VVerner Marx, Treas.g Catherine Lehr. juniors-VValter Bachman, Pres.g Hester Kreidler, Sec.g Stanley Clewell- Sophomores-Carl Marcks, Asst. Sec.-Treas.: Vincent Sandercockg Milo Meixell. Freshmen--John Freemang James Peppellg Edward Christman. 76 ig..- I.. to R. Standing: Mary Schlegel, Thelma Knauss, Grace Laudig, Margaret Roth. Sitting: Harold Rohn, Mildred Haubert, Miss Ehret, Helen Goodhard, Willard Palmer. Triangular Debate HE ANNUAL TRIANGULAR DEBATE WITH Pen Argyl and Northampton High Schools was held April 13, 1928. The question debated was "Resolved: That the United States should cancel the debts of Allied European nations incurred during the World War." Since the negative team of each school was victorious over the affirmative of another school, the triangular debate resulted in a tie. The negative of Nazareth defeated the affirmative team of Northampton at Northampton, and our affirma- tive team lost to Pen Argyl at Nazareth. This is the second successive year that the debate has resulted in a tie. With the exception of Margaret Roth, who was alternate on last year's debat- ing team, all the debaters made their first appearance in interscholastic debating. As there was only one senior on the debating team this year, the outlook for next year is very promising. It is our most sincere hope that the interest shown in debating thus far may continue and that success may be the reward of the efforts of the members of the teams. The members of this year's debating teams were: Affirmative-Margaret Roth '28, Captaing Grace Laudig 'Z9g Helen Good- hard '3Og Harold Rohn ,29, alternate. Negative-Thelma Knauss '30, Captaing Mildred Haubert '29g Mary Schlegel '3Og Willard Palmer '30, alternate. -..if 77 Eh... ORCHESTRA GIRLS' GLEE CLUB The 1 1928 f Comet Musical Activities . HE YEAR 1927-1928 was a marked success in our music department. Under the guidance of Miss Davis, the orchestra and glee clubs were organized and the following officers elected : ORCHESTRA GLEE CLUB President President WILLLAM HENRY, '28 HESTER KREIDLER, '29 Secretary- Treasurer Secretary KATHRYN LEHR, '28 MILDRED HAUBERT, '29 The activities of the orchestrahave been numerous. Our calendar follows: Oct. 11-Farm Bureau Convention Dec. 14-Football Banquet at Nazareth Inn J an. 22-"Y" Tea Feb 8-9-Boy Scout Play Feb. 20-Rotary Club Banquet Mar. 1-2-Senior Play Apr. 13-Triangular Debate May 9-10-Operetta "Peggy and the Pirate" June 29-Commencement The outstanding event of the orchestra was the Nazareth Rotary Club Banquet. The Club, in appreciation of all our past efforts, entertained thirty-two members of the orchestra at dinner. Never before hav. we been so royally treated and heartily encouraged. The outstanding event oi the Glee Club program was the broadcasting from the local radio station. Music Week was celebrated by the presentation of the operetta "Peggy and the Pirate" by Geoffrey Morgan and Geoffrey O'Hara. The orchestra and glee clubs cooperated with Miss Davis in making the operetta a huge success. THE CAST Don Sterling ...........,... .....................,............, ..... Bill Manning .............. Peggy Mayfield ......... Winnie Woodland ...... Henry Mayfield ......... Mrs. Mayfield .......... Jane Fisher ..................,.. James P. McGinniss George P. Gassaway ....... . Y ......,.,MAE ZIGENFUSS Bingo J ones ..................... .,.......,,..,.............................. GIRLS Maybel Kehler '28 Mildred Haubert '29 Margaret Roth '28 Mary Dry '29 Helen Goodhard '30 Irene Hess '28 Gladys jones '28 Lorean Fehr '28 Madeline Saeger '31 Marion Heyer '30 CHORUS ....H1uzoLn SIMMONS, '28 ...RUsssELL Msrzcan, 29 ...............DOROTHY M1-trz, 28 ..........THELMA KNAUss '30 ..........MELVIN JoN1-ts, '29 ..........Lo'r'rns Rorn, '30 , '28 ...........LES'l'ER KRATZ ' , 28 ........JERoMr-: ANGERT, '31 JACOB FRAUNFELDER, '31 PIRATES '28 William Himler ' Edward Hellick Harold Jones Walter Kostenbader Carl Marcks William Altemose Harold Rohn Sterling Koch George Hangen Tony Bolas Scenery designed by RALPH SLONAKER '31 Costumes niade by sewing department under the direction of MRS. MARTHA SLONAKER -..gf 79 ig... ! 31 28 '28 so '29 29 31 31 31 The 1 1928 1 Comet Literary Society on MANY YEARS the Literary Society has been a leading organization of N. H. S. It is for the benefit of the entire student body and is conducted and arranged by them. The public is always invited to attend these performances. The program consists of debates, vocal solos, current topics, readings, anecdotes, biographies, instrumental selections and book reviews. The Literary Society this year was divided into two groups. Seniors, Juniors and Sophomores comprised the first group and the Freshmen, the other. The officers for the year for the upper classmen's Literary Society were: President, W'illiam Henry: Vice-President, John Smithg Secretary, Dorothy Metz, Treasurer, Walter Kostenbaderg Asst. Secretary-Treasurer, Lorean Fehr. Officers for the Freshmen Literary Society were: President, Robert Mc- Clenageng Secretary, Earl Laudig. Thrift Club HE FRESHMEN THRIFT CLUB was organized March 19, 1928, by Miss Ehret and Mr. Schwartz for the purpose of promoting the habit of saving among the students. The officers are Gladys Walker, Earl Laudig and Sterling Koch, treasurers. This club differs from public savings banks in the fact that small amounts can be deposited and no withdrawals can be made until a specified time. It meets every Monday in the respective periods of the classes. Although no obligations are connected with the club, deposits have been increasing regularly and steadily. The method of depositing is similar to that of a bank. The club and the holder of a deposit hold like slips on which space is designated for the amount to be deposited and the date. This is written on the bank slip and also on the holder slip. After all deposits have been made for that day, the amount of money received according to the slips is added. The money itself is then counted in order to assure correctness and providing a double check. A report of each class is made and posted on the bulletin board. This serves as a stimulus for competition among the classes. Annual Exhibit HE EXHIBIT or ART WORK, manual training work and sewing work was staged in a rather unique manner this year- Heretofore it had been given in connection with the Operetta. The physical education classes under the direction of Mr. Leh gave an exhibi- tion of their regular gym work. The fashion show staged by the sewing class was especially attractive. Each girl wore the garment made by her during the term. Those in pajamas carried candles and those wearing dresses carried baskets made by the art classes. The attractive graduating dresses worn by the eighth grade graduates were made by them in sewing class. It might be added that every girl in the seventh grade in order to receive credit must make at least one plain dress. A great deal of credit for the success of this year's Operetta is due to the sewing and manual training classes. All the costumes and scenery were made by these classes. This exhibit is an annual affair, is open to the public and is of great interest to everyone. -..Er 80 ig..- ff f c! Q X ITD, K P W J: SOCIAL EVENTS f 1 9 , ffx ff f i X! X KN is Im QW I g I I i I 5 J gf XQ M 1 V X N QM R XX SENIOR PLAY 'F The f I928' f Comiet The Senior Play N THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENING, March the first and second, Mary Roberts Rhinehart's "Bah," a delightful comedy in four acts, was presented by the class of '28- The play was given in the high school auditorium and was under the direction of Miss Anna M. Smith who deserved much commendation for her work. The music between the acts was furnished by the high school orchestra, under the direction of Miss Davis. The story "Babu centers around Barbara Archibald, a fickle young miss, just home from college. She proceeds to fall in love with all the young men about her-at least this is true in the eyes of her family. She becomes involved in an affair with Guy Grosvenor, an actor. Her sister, Leila, becomes angry at "Babu because she thinks Bab is flirting with her fiance, Clinton Beresford, a young Englishman, against whom Mr. Archibald is unjustly prejudiced. Finally the play ends happily by Bab's effecting a reconciliation between Leila, her father, and Beresford. Bab herself is happy in the prom-love of Carter Brooks, a young civil engineer. . A great amount of work was done by the property committee, which was composed of the following Seniors: Isabel Russell, Chairman, Harold Simmons, Earl Audenried, Lahoma Peppell, Miriam Flick, Harold Jones, William Himler, Kenneth Griffith and Wilbur von Steuben. The class is greatly indebted to the Buss Furniture Company for the use of the furniture needed in the play. THE CAST James' Archibald ................. ............................ .......... W I LLIAM HENRY Williain, the Butler .............. ........... L ESTER KRATZ Mrs. Janies Archibald ......... ......... M IRIAM BOYER Leila Archibald .................. ....... J USTINA KILIAN Hannah, the Maid .......... ....... D OROTHY WALKER Carter Brooks .......... ....... R OBERT PEPPELL Bab ,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,., ............ E NID MINTER Jane Raleigh ................ -..-...- M AE ZIEGENFUS Eddie Perkins ................. ................. L EON BRONG Clinton Beresford .......... ....... H AROLD SIMMONS Guy Gres-nenor ............ ........... H AROLD JONES -..ef 3 31392. 'QFD The 1 192.8 f Comet Gi The Annual Hike N SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, about one hundred students and two members of the faculty enjoyed the annual trip to Saylor's Lake. This was the first time in several years that the much-looked-forward-to day dawned warm and clear. Special busses took the pleasure-seekers as far as Wind Gap Park. The climb up Wind Gap Hill was not so long, for many received "lifts" before they reached the summit. When. the Lake was reached there was a general rush for the boats and swings. Everyone seemed to feel the picnic spirit. Many took advantage of the warm day and donned their bathing suits for a "dip.,' Senior Doggie Roast 1- GLORIOUS DOGGIE ROAST was given to the members of the faculty and Senior Class on Septmeber 28, 1927, by our classmate, Kathryn Lehr. The Roast was held in a large meadow on the outskirts of Stockertown. The picnickers hiked or motored to the place of pleasure and on arriving found things well under way. Soon the cry "eats" brought everyone to the table for doggies to be roasted at the campfire. Eats! A veritable banquet was given us--corn, potatoes, doggies, doughnuts, coffee-a real banquet indeed! After eating-it seemed asthough we'd never stop-the crowd gathered about the campfire for stories and songs. P Senior HalloWe'en Party HE ANNUAL SENIOR HALLOWJEEN PARTY, held November 4, opened with a Grand March. Faculty members acted as judges for the prettiest, funniest, and most original costumes- The prize for the prettiest was awarded to Robert Peppell, dressed as a Spanish Senor, the funniest was won by Maybel Kahler, in the dis- guise of an old-fashioned lady, while Kenneth Griffith, as the nurse of the party, won the prize for the most original. We wonder where he got his shoes? The evening was spent in games and dancing, the music being furnished by members of the Senior Class. Our Three-Piece Orchestra CPD consisted of Irene Hess, pianist, Leonard Snyder, saxaphonistg Leon Brong and Harrison Hoch, violinists. Sophomore Hallowe'en Party N THE BEWITCHED NIGHT or OCTOBER 28 we assembled in the gymnasium, which was prettily decorated in orange and black. A well-arranged program of games furnished plenty of amusement. One of the prominent features of the evening was the Grand March, after which prizes were awarded to Anna Breing and Martin Smith for the prettiest costumes, to Ada Kortz for the most original, to Virginia Hummel for the funniest, and honorable mention to Minerva Frantz. -..eg 8419- E E u I v 'W The 1 1928 1 Comet G?,r Junior-Senior Reception HE JUNIOR-SENIOR RECEPTION, which is the major social function of the year, was held on Friday, December 16, 1927, in the gymnasium, which was attractively decorated with greens symbolizing the Christmas spirit. Entertainment was pro- vided in the form of cards and dancing. The music was furnished by the Easton Colored Novelty Orchestra. The reception was opened by a grand march led by the presidents of both classes, at the conclusion of which a beautiful bouquet of roses was presented by the Junior President, Walter Backman, to Miss Smith, junior Faculty Advisor. During the intermission delicious refreshments were served by the committee in charge, after which the entertainment continued until a late hour. The various committee chairmen were: decoration, Samuel Shimerg refresh- ment, Mildred Haubertg arrangements, Russell Metzgar. Senior Christmas Program F No1sE AND BOISTEROUSNESS are indications of the success of the affair, then the Senior Christmas Program on December 23 was a howling success. The program lasted from two o'clock until three-thirty. Upon entering the assembly, the first thing noticed was a huge Christmas tree, beautifully decorated and shining with colored lights. During the course of the program the curtains were drawn, there was a shuffling behind scenes, and then the curtains opened to reveal Santa seated in his sleigh with his well-filled pack beside him. He immediately greeted everyone, called his helpers, and presented gifts to each member of the Senior Class and Faculty. Many of the gifts were really funny and enjoyed by the whole school. The verses accompany- ing them were especially well-suited- The Senior Girls' Glee Club sang Christmas carols during the intervals when Santa rested from his labors. A great deal of credit for Santa's' appearance is due to Enid Minter for she telephoned to him for the benefit of the Freshmen and told him they were anxious to have him come. Kathryn Lehr gave us a musical recitation which we all enjoyed, and William Henry played a cornet solo. The distribution of candy and the singing of "jingle Bells" by the audience ended the Seniors' Christmas Program. 86 jg.-- K The f 1928 f Comet Athletic Association HE PURPOSE OF THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION is to carry on the athletics of the school. . The Association is governed by the Athletic Council which is composed of the president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer, faculty manager and mana- gers of all sports. A committee of four-William Himler, Stanley Clewell, Walter Kostens bader and Miriam Boyer-has been appointed to revise the constitution, which has been found inadequate since the beginning of baseball and football. Another committee-Margaret Roth, Dorothy Walker, Lester Kratz, William Himler- has been appointed to make up a history of all games that have been played since athletics began in the school, and to keep account of all students who have won letters. A new system of selecting managers for the various sports has been inaugu- ratedo. Every manager, selected from upper classmen, shall have an under classman to help him. The assistant will have first chance of becoming the man- ager when he becomes a Junior or Senior. This has been done so as to give the manager more experience when he is selected for his position. Athletics as a whole have taken great strides in N. H. S. during the last year or so. It is to be hoped that in the future they may achieve even greater prominence. CHRISTINE BORKEY I nslructor in Languages February to June --.gf 3 7 'SD The 1 1928 1 Comet Eff as o YoU-graduates of other classes-we dedicate this section-"May your tribe increasef' It is through you and your efforts that N- H. S. has grown in educational advantages and beauty of building. We wish to acknowledge our indebtedness to you and express our appreciation of all that you have so generously contributed. May success, happiness and health be yours. -THE Enrron. CLASS OF 1893 FLOYD BECK .......................... Deceased HELEN S. BEITEL .......,.......... Mrs. Joseph Stone, Greensboro, N. C. LOTTIE E. COPE ,................,.... Mrs. Joseph Fulnier, Nazareth, Pa. MINNIE C. COPE .................... Deceased ANNA H. CRAWFORD .......... Mrs- J. Allen Schaeffer, Nazareth, Pa. CHARLES E. KNECHT .......... Notary Public, Nazareth, Pa. ELIZABETH REINECKE ...... Teacher, Sleighton Farm, Darling, Pa. ,.Stenographer, 11 S . Second St., Easton, Pa. P. O. Inspector, 2438 Butler St., Easton, Pa LIZZIE SEIDERS .................. WILLIAM G. SEIP .................. , NO CLASS 1894 CLASS OF 1895 .M rs. Walter Kern, Nazareth, Pa. AUGUSTA ETCHMAN .......... Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. EDITH CRAWFORD ............. ,Mrs. Frederick Hughes, Bristol, Conn. EDWARD KINGKINGER ....Business, Birdsboro, Pa. CHARLES W. SCHMIDT ...... Advertising Agent, New York City .Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. .Medical Doctor, Nazareth, Pa. .QPastor, 282 Clove Road, New Rochelle, N - Y STEWART MANN UHLER....Doctor, 104 N. Eighth St., Allentown, Pa. MINNIE GOLD ...............,....... JACOB REESE .....,......,.......... v1CToR KOCH .,...,......,...,...... HOWARD GOLD ,,.........,,..... -..ef gg ge- A'-A CLASS OF 1896 W The 1 1928 f Comet GQ KATHARINE COPE EUGENIA HENRY Mrs. Peter S. Trumbower, Nazareth, Pa. Librarian, Wesley College, Middletown, Conn. WALTER KERN ..... ........ C hemist, Nazareth, Pa. RELLA KNECHT ...,................ Mrs. Rella Gable, 751 First St., Bethlehem, Pa. WILSON REMALY ,,....,.,....... Deceased HOWARD RENNER ,..........,.. Assembler, Beth. Steel Works, 336 Goepp St., Bethlehem, Pa. ALICE SCHMIDT ......... .A ....... Bookkeeper, Nazareth, Pa. FRANK SCHMIDT ....... ........ B ank Cashier, Nazareth, Pa. NO CLASS 1897 CLASS OF 1898 SALLIE BAUER ...................... Mrs. Frank Dennis, Nazareth, Pa- SYLVANUS BECKER ......,..,., Professor, Lehigh University, 3 E. North St., Bethlehem, Pa. BERDIE GEORGE .................... Business, Hammond, Ind. FRANK GERNET .,.,................ Pennsylvania HELEN KIRKENDALL ....... .Mrs. Elmer Miller, Nazareth, Pa. LOTTIE MICHEAL ............. ....Bookkeeper, Nazareth, Pa. HERBERT LAUB .................... Attorney-at-Law, Easton, Pa. CARRIE ODENWELDER Mrs. Harry Kutz, Bethlehem, Pa. HENRY SMITH ...................... Civil Engineer, 739 Dakota, Manila, P. I- RAY WUNDERLY .................. Civil Engineer, 58 Rige Ave., Crafton, Pa. SADIE SEIGLER ..... ........... M rs. Otto Sawyer, 738 Main St., Bethlehem, Pa CLASS OF 1899 FRANK DENNIS ,,,,,,.,,,,.,....... Asst. Postmaster, Nazareth, Pa. STEWART DRACH ................ Deceased EMMA EHRIG ............... .,..... M rs. Raymond Keiper, 1461 University Ave., . New York City HARRY HUTH ...,......... ..,.... B ranch Mgr., Home Ins. Co., Morris Plains, N. .I CHARLES KEIFER ................ Branch M gr., 417 Second Ave., Huntington, West Virginia CHARLES KEMMERER ........ Farmer, R.F.D. No. 3, Nazareth, Pa. ISABELLA KORTZ ................ Sec. to Firm of Green Sz Hurd, 319th St., St I Johns Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. WILSON KROMER ................ Asst. Auditor, Panama Canal, Balboa H eights, Canal Zone, U. S. A. ARTHUR SCHMIDT .............. M anufacturer, Nazareth, Pa. FLORENCE NICHOLAS Nazareth Coal 81 Lumber Co., Nazareth, Pa- WILLIAM SHIMER ................ ......Columbia University, New York City WALTER LOUX .................... ..Bookkeeper, Easton, Pa. NO CLASS 1900 -..gf 89 5..- Civil Engineer, 2002 M edacy Ave., Germantown, is T It 6 1 ANASTASIA BAHNSEN 1928 f Comet Q CLASS OF 1901 ......Bethlehem, Pa. MARIE BAHNSEN ................ Mrs. Warren Siegfried, 508 16th Place, S.W., GROVER BRUCH .................... Birmingham, Ala. Head Clerk, P. R. R. Freight Dept., Cleveland Ohio FLORENCE ETCHMAN ........ Mrs. William Gano, Nazareth, Pa. JESSE KREIDLER .................. Shipping Clerk, Nazareth, Pa- KATHARINE SCHMUEKLE.Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. ' CHARLES NICHOLAS .......... Chemist, Rockland, Maine EDMUND SCHWARTZE .......D.D., Winston-Salem, N. C. NO CLASS 1903 CLASS OF 1904 ELWOOD UNANGST .......... .Firm of E. J. Unangst 8: Sons, Nazareth, Pa. CHARLES W. SHAFER ...... -Sea of Nazareth Bldg. 81 Loan, Assn., Nazareth, Pennsylvania MARK ANDREWS ................ .Presbyterian Minister, Deerfield, Ill. MINNIE GEORGE ................. Mrs. William Eberly, 647 40th St., Philadelphia Pennsylvania 1 HELEN SANTEE .................. -Mrs. Wilson Kramer, Balboa Hts., Canal Zone CLARA S. KERN .................... .. Mrs. John Henry, Cresco, Pa. FLORENCE UHLER ....... I .... -Mrs. Rev- Alvin Deltz, 310 W. Pine St., S hamokin, Pa. EMMA SCHMUEKLE .......... , Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. JOHN E. ZIEGLER ................. Drnggist, Philadelphia, Pa. FANNIE KUNKLE ................ CLASS OF 1905 Mrs. Richard M onnteford, East Orange, N. J. LAURA RENNER ................... .M rs. Irvin Rader, 538 Northampton St., Easton Pennsylvania CHARLES LAUBACH ........... .M.D., State Hospital, Norristown, Pa. FRED HECKMAN ................ .Bank Teller, Nazareth, Pa. ELLA FLY TE ........................ Bookkeeper, Nazareth, Pa. NELLIE RENNER ................ Teacher, Bath, Pa., R.F.D. No. 1 FLORENCE SCHMIDT ....... Mrs. Sem Beck, Nazareth, Pa. I CLASS OF, 1906 CHARLES CRUSH .................. Knitter, R.F.D., Nazareth, Pa. OLIVER GOLD ........................ Accountant, Bethlehem, Pa. LAURA HUT H ...................... ...Mrs Charles Shafer, Nazareth, Pa. 9 - HELEN ODENWELDER .... 1 Mrs. I . W. Howard, 108 Downer Place, Aurora, l Illinois ' FLOYD REPSHER ................ .No Data VICTOR SCHMIDT ............... Civil Engineer, 1119 Walnut St., Allentown, Pa -..ef 90 15..- gl l I I . I I F A A if so 'F The f 1928 1 Comet CLASS OF 1907 EDGAR KERN ............... ....... SUE KERN ......................,.....,.,. GRATIA MESSINGER .,...... RAYMOND OSWALD ...,..,..... S tenographer, Nazareth, Pa. MAE CASS LER ......... ........... .M ountainville, Pa. Deceased ..M rs. Clarence Kimminour, Bethlehem, Pa. Bethlehem Steel Corp., Nazareth, Pa. CLASS OF 1908 GEORGE ABEL ..,....., ..,,.... MARY BECK ,.,,,..,,,.,,,,,, .,,,,,.. FLORENCE BUSS .................. EDWARD CASSLER .,.,,,,,,,,,.. ERMA FAIRCHILD ....,..,..,,..., WILSON KNECHT .,.,.,, ...,.,,. ELLA KREIDLER ......... ,.,,.,, MABEL TRINE ..,...... ,,,.,.,. Auditor, Clarendon, Va- Mrs. W. A. Palmer, Butler, Pa. Lutheran Board of Missions, Nazareth, Pa. Bookkeeper, Nazareth, Pa. S tenographer, Bethlehem, Pa. Bookkeeper, Easton, Pa. .S tenographer, Nazareth Cement C o., Nazareth Pennsylvania A Mrs. Steward Eyer, Nazareth, Pa. CLASS OF 1909 WALTER BARDIL .................. Deceased FLOYD CONNELL ....... ........ C lerk, Allentown, Pa. MINNIE KRAEMER ............ ..Mrs. Frank Stocker, Easton, Pa. CLASS OF 1910 FLORENCE FENICLE ............ ASI-IER KAHLER .................... FRANK KAHLER ................ FLORENCE ROTH ................ FRANK STOCKER ....... ........ Deceased Carpenter, Nazareth, Pa. Accountant, Bethlehem, Pa. Mrs. Benjamin Gerhart, 2059 Liberty St., Allentown, Pa- lnsurance Agent, Easton, Pa. CLASS OF 1911 ' MARTHA BAHNSEN ..........., Mrs. George E. Hummer, Madeira, Calif. MARION I-IANGEN ................ Postal Clerk, Nazareth, Pa. ANNA KAHLER ..................... .M rs. Henry Wolfe, Nazareth, Pa. MAMIE KERCHENTHALL ..Mrs. Clyde Stuber, Bethlehem, Pa. FRANK KING ............................ Druggist, Allentown, Pa. FREDERICK MARTIN ......... QManufacturer, Nazareth, Pa. HELEN OSWALD .................. MAE STOVER ............... ........ Mrs. James Grubb, Perry, Ga. M rs- Grover Wittaker, Squaw Point, Colo. CLASS OF 1912 LIZZIE ALTEMOSE ................ Clerk, Nazareth, Pa. HELEN BARDILL ......... ........ M rs. Morrison Booth, 6923 Ogontz Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. -aa 92 E..- CQF 'W The 1 VIOLA BOERSTLER .............. JULIA CRAWFORD ...... 1928 f Comet G?j Mrs. Howard Kessler, Nazareth, Pa. W. Center St., Nazareth, Pa. EDWIN DORMBLAzER"QQfffffc1etk, R.F.D., Nazareth, Pa. SALLIE KINGKINGER .......... Mrs. Russel Horn, 207 Elmhurst Ave., Highland Park, Mich. ALICE KNAUSS ...................... Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. FLOYD KNECI-IT ,,,,,.,,,,,...,..... Business, 443 Grand Canal St., Venice, Calif. EMMA KRAEMER .................. Mrs- Gus Spies, Glenside, Pa. OLINDA LEH ............................ EDITH ODENWELDER S tenographer, Nazareth, Pa. Mrs. Edward Kern, Broad St., Nazareth, Pa. MAMIE STOFF LET ................ Mrs. Russel Trimble, 427 21st St., Seattle, Wash. ANNA ZIEGLER ...................... Music Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. CLASS OF 1913 JACOB BECK ................ Trucking Business, Pittsburgh, Pa. NORMAN DAVIDSON-':E:l::Pastor Methodist Chmh, Hatfax, Pe. HOWARD KESSLER ......,....... Kraemer Hosiery, Nazareth, Pa. DAVID KOCH .......,............,....... Sylvan Oil Co., Nazareth, Pa. ELLA KOCH .............................. Mrs. Paul W underly, Nazareth, Pa. HERBERT MARTIN ................ .Deceased STEPHEN MAYROSH ..........Manufacturer, 701 Wood St., Easton, Pa. MILES MESSINGER .............. Professor, Abbington, Pa. MAE UNANGST ...................... Clerk, Broad St., Nazareth, Pa- JOY WUNDERLY .................... Mrs. Leonard Herman, Redwood, N. Y. ELSIE EDLEMAN .................. Mrs. Harry Krom, Bethlehem, Pa. CLASS OF 1914 MARION BARDILL ................ Mrs. George Morris, 6234 N. Park Ave., NAOME FOGEL ....................... Philadelphia, Pa. .Mrs. Vann Mathews, 1809 E. 7th St., Charlotte, North Carolina EVELYN HACKER .................. Mrs. Obed Ellis, Box 63, Indianapolis, Ind. GERALDINE KEMMERER....Mrs. Donal Steir, Seneca Ave., Ithaca, N. Y- JOSEPH KLECKNER ........ ..-Deceased GEORGE KREIDLER .............. Grocer, Nazareth, Pa. ANNA OSWALD ...................... Mrs. Ralph Stocker, Fairview St., Nazareth, Pa. RALPH STOCKER .................. Business, Nazareth, Pa. HELEN WOLFE ........ .......... M rs. Paul Hayes, 99 Claremont Ave., New York City CLASS OF 1915 JOSEPH BROCKMAN .... ...... I nstructor of Chemistry, U. of Ga., Athens, Ga. ELWOOD HAHN .................... Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. RAYMOND HEARN ................ 14 N. Walnut St., East Orange, N. J. FRANKK HUTH, JR ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,. .Insurance Agent, Nazareth, Pa. GEORGE KAHLER ................ Postal Clerk, Nazareth, Pa- HAROLD KEMMERER ........ Business, Philadelphia, Pa. AMY KNAUSS .......................... Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. -..gf 93 B..- 1 A T?9 The CULAKNECHT ........ 1928 f Comet QZT' .........Nazareth, Pa. HELEN KDCH ........... ........ M rs. Aron Werkeiser, R.F.D., Easton, Pa. PAUL MEMMERT ............... Chemical Engineer, New St., Bethlehem, Pa. RALPH STARNER .......... CHESTER STOCKER ADELLA STROMIER ......Shipping Clerk, Nazareth, Pa. ............Teacher, University of Pennsylvania ............Teacher, Washington, D. C. MARIE VOIGHT .................... Clerk, Nazareth, Pa. ESTHER WOTRING .Mrs. Theodore Vogler, Walla lfValla, Wash. ROBERT ZEIGLER ............... Salesman and Chief Burgess, Nazareth, Pa. A CLASS OF 1916 ' EUGENE QASSLER .....,......... Postal Clerk, Nazareth, Pa. JANE ER-ANKENFIELD ...... ,Mrs. Uriah Daniel, Nazareth, Pa. DARCEY GEORGE ............ . .... Electrical Engineer, Pa. Power 81 Light Co., Tatamy, Pa. - g HELEN HOCH ..................... ..,Mrs. Willard Thomas, Nazareth,ePa. HARRY LICHTENWALNER Bookkeeper, Easton, Pa. 1 PAULINE ROTH .................... Mrs. Burton Andrews, Nazareth, Pa. RUSSEL SCHMIDT ................ Clerk, Nazareth, Pa. RUTH SCHULTZ ...............,.. .. Mrs. Frank Erdhart, N ewfoundland, Pa. JOSEPH SIEGFRIED FREDERICK WOLFE LOTTIE SIEGFRIED Electrical Engineer, Nazareth, Pa. ............Physical Director, Y.M.C.A. Bldg., Renova, Pa- Mrs. T. N. Black, Palmerton, Pa. VIRGINIA WERKHE1SEiifIMfs. Dwight soma, 540 T. Wash. Ave., 1 New York City - HELEN SMITH ........................ Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. CLASS OF 1917 MIRIAM ADAMS .,..... ......... M rs. George Drake, Bloomfield, N. J. ANNA BAPP .....,......... ......... M rs. Albert Roth, R.F'D. No. 3, Nazareth, Pa. DAVID FORTUIN ....... ..,...... C hief Clerk, Penna. Dixie Cement Co., 212 Yates ' St., Ithaca, N. Y. AL-ICE HESS ...............,........... Mrs. Albert Schlegel, Port Carbon, Pa. VELMA KEMMERER MIRIAM KLECKNER ..........-Mrs. Harry Lichtenwalner, Easton, Pa. ............Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. EDGAR LAUBACH ............. ..- Clerk, Penna. Power 81 Light, Bethlehem, Pa. HELEN LEHR ............. ......... M rs. Howard Simmons, Nazareth, Pa. IDA SCHAFFLER .,,,,,,,,,,, .....-Teacher, 140 Lincoln Ave., Dover, N. J. RUSSEL SNYDER .,..,...........,. Flory Milling Co-, Nazareth, Pa. EVA WILLIAMSON .............. Mrs. Gerald Swavely, Nazareth, Pa. JESSIE VVILLAUER ................ Stockertown, Pa. EDWARD NAGLE .................. Deceased FRANCIS SCHAFFER ............l-Ioover Co., Canton, Olzio CLASS OF 1918 ESTHER ITTERLY ........,..... ' ..Mrs. Joseph Mountney, 534 Dudley Ave., MARY KAHLER ...... Narberth, Pa. . ...... . Mrs. Francis Kneclzt, Nazareth, Pa. ' 94 gg..- '53 - V1'1t ,m1:QfAA2wv-y- wg '69 The 1 HELEN KAHLER ..,,.............,.. RUSSEL NEWHARDT .......... EMILY SEYFRIED ..............., HENRY SLOYER ,......,. ..,,... JOHN WERNER ........ 1928 1 Comet Teacher, R.F.D., Nazareth, Pa. Business, Stockertown, Pa. Mrs. Merle Bickert, R.F.D., Nazareth, Pa- Tatamy, Pa. Machinist, Nazareth, Pa. CLASS OF 1919 MARY ALTEMOSE ..............., BURTON ANDREWS .. KATHARINE BEITEL fffffffffl ALICE BUNGER ...................... HESTER FOGEL ........... ..... . .. MARVIN KLICK ...... ....., HARVEY KLINE .,.,.. ....... MAYME ROCH ......,..A...........,, , MAGGIE LERCH ............,..,.., Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. Butcher, Nazareth, Pa. Clerical Work, Nazareth, Pa. Mrs. Paul M emmert, New St., Bethlehem, Pa Mrs. Harrison Keck, R.F.D., Nazareth, Pa. Teacher, Hazleton, Pa. Instructor of Athletics, Manassas, Va. Mrs. Benjamin Shimer, Forks Township, Nazareth, Pa. Mrs. Anthony Dipaoli, West Newark, N. J. MILDRED LAUDENBACH .... .M rs. Earl H eyer, Nazareth, Pa. ROBERT MESSINGER ........ M essinger Flour 81 Feed, Tatamy, Pa. WEBSTER STOVER .............. Minister, Tower City, Pa. EMMA WERNER ............,,...,,., 'VI rs. John M ann, 629 Washington S t., Easton, Pennsylvania FLORENCE KERN ..... ....... M rs. Luther Batt, Nazareth, Pa. CLASS OF 1920 ANNA FRAUNFELDER ........ HELEN ECKHARDT .............. GLADYS FENICLE ................ GEORGE HECKMAN ............ MARY HAWK .......................... ADA KAI-ILER ........................ WALTER KEMMERER ........ HAROLD KOCHER ................ MYRTLE MACK ...................... HELEN STOUDT ...... BERT STURGIS ........... MONA VANNATTA ................ WALTER WAGNER .............. VIRGINIA WOOD .,.,........,,,.,. CAROLYN WUNDERLY ...... Teacher, Ambler, Pa. Mrs. Darcey George, Tatamy, Pa. Stenographer, Nazareth, Pa. Clerk, Nazareth, Pa. Mrs. John Abel, Nazareth, Pa. Mrs. A. Newton Gish, Bath, Pa. Teacher, R.F.D., Pen Argyl, Pa. Teacher, R.F.D., Nazareth, Pa. Housekeeper, Bangor, Pa. Mrs. R. E. S tone, Nazareth, Pa. Real Estate Business, Nazareth, Pa- Nurse, Allentown, Pa. Student, Mount Airy, Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. Charles DeLong, Nazareth, Pa. Stenographer, Nazareth, Pa. JULIA WUNDERLY .............. Stenographer, Nazareth, Pa. FLORENCE COPE .................. Mrs. Harvey Frantz, Nazareth, Pa. CLASS OF 1921 THOMAS ACHENBACH .... ,Pennsylvania-Di.rie Cement Co., Nazareth, Pa ETHEL BUTTS ........................ Mrs. Clarence Zeigler, Nazareth, Pa. MARGUERITE HEINY ........ Stenographer, Nazareth, Pa. 96 GQ' --sm.,-R. A Y. 1 . G - Pr 'F The f SARAH HEINY .........,..,....., .. BESSIE KEMMERER ............ VICTOR METZ .................,...... KATHARINE KUTZ ..........A.A. ESTHER OSWALD ................ ROSLYN FORTUIN ................ ELLEN RULOFF ......... SARAH LEH .......,..,.......,,,,,.,.. ELFRIEDA SCHUBERT ........ FLORENCE WILLIAMSON.. KATHARINE KAISER ......... SHERMAN UHLER ............... WARREN DECH ,,,,,,.,. ,,,-., .-5 K ,...1gy,.,,, l -. 1928 f Comet Eff Mrs. Nathan Brobst, Green St., Nazareth, Pa. Bookkeeper, Nazareth, Pa. . Traveling Salesman, Philadelphia, Pa. Bethlehem, Pa. Mrs- Lester Scott, Nazareth, Pa. Pennsylvania-Dixie Cement Co., Nazareth, Pa. Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. Mrs. fack Welch, 78M Belmont Ave., Springfield, Mass. S tenographer, Nazareth, Pa. R.F.D., Bath, Pa. Mrs. A. R. Snyder, Nazareth, Pa. Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. Business, Nazareth, Pa- CLASS OF 1922 KENNETH ABEL .................. .. LORAINE GOLD .................... GREGORY O. BRINKER ........ BEATRICE ITTERLY ........... PAUL DENNIS .................... MAE HELLICK ........................ HOWARD GOLD .................... ESTHER KLEPPINGER ..... WALTER JONES .................... MARTHA KOCH .................... RUTH MIKSCH ....................... MARLYN RADER .................... BEATRICE NEWHARDT ...... ELWOOD SEYFRIED .e.......... SVEA PETTERSON ................. FRANK STECKEL ....... ....... LEA UNANGST ...................... MILLARD STOFFLET .......... LUCY WUNDERLY ................ GEORGE WEISS .................., , Pennsylvania-Dixie Cement Co., Nazareth, Pa. Student at Cornell University Clerk, Hotel Karlton, Easton, Pa. .Mrs. Lambert Broad, 1120 Irvin St., Woodlawn Pennsylvania Teacher, Red Bank, N. J. Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. Banker, Nazareth, Pa. Mrs. Charles Wagner, Nazareth, Pa. Collecting Agent, 7050 Broad St., Oak Lane, Pa Mrs. Gus Granger, Wind Gap, Pa. Teacher, R.F.D., Nazareth, Pa. ARTHUR LAPP ........................ .Mrs- Arthur Cook, Nazareth, Pa. Kraemer Hosiery, Nazareth, Pa. Teacher, Stockertown, Pa. Student at Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pa. Mrs. Paul Bath, Nazareth, Pa. Bank Clerk, Nazareth, Pa. Actress, Nazareth, Pa. Teacher at Lehighton, Pa. Student of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pa. Business Man, Reading, Pa. CLASS OF 1923 MARGUERITEALTEMOSE.. LAMBERT BROAD ................ PAUL CLEWELL .................... ROY DANKEL ............. ....... SADIE BONSTEIN ................ HAROLD HARTZELL ............ MILDRED HEYER .,.............. Pennsylvania-Dixie Cement Co., Nazareth, Pa. 1120 Irvin St., Woodlawn, Pa. Northampton Trust Co., Belfast, Pa. Nazareth Cement Co., Nazareth, Pa. Mrs- Arthur Grant, 2705 Madison St., Wilmington, Del. Kraemer Hosiery, Nazareth, Pa. Mrs. W'illard Trach, Nazareth, Pa. 97 'F Th e f 1 9 2 8 f C 0 e t Q ROLAND JONES .,.......,,......,.. Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pa. MARTHA KNAUSS ..,........,,.., Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. HERMAN LAUDENBACH .... Kraemer Hosiery, Nazareth, Pa. LOTTIE LAPP ,...,A.....,,,,,.,.,,...,, LAURA MILLER ....,,.,,...,,,,,,,, MABEL OSWALD .................. MILLICENT POHL ................ ADOLPH SCH NEEBELI ...... HELEN SIMMONS .........,...... HILDA HECKMAN ....,,......,... Teacher, Bath, Pa. S tenographer, Nazareth, Pa. Oswald's Stationery Store, Nazareth, Pa. Student at New Brunswick College, New Bruns wick, N. J. 2655 15th St., N.W., Washington, D. C. CLASS OF 1924 Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. V Mrs. Willard Roth, R.F.D., Pen Argyl, Pa. FLORENCE ITT ERLY .......... S tenographer, Nazareth, Pa. MIRIAM NVAGNER ......,,......,, Stenographer, Nazareth, Pa. LEONA FREEMAN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Stenographer, Philadelphia, Pa. GRACE FRABLE ,,,.,, ,,,.,,.,,, M rs- Sterling H eckman, Nazareth, Pa. HELEN GALL ,...,,. ....,.,,., S tenographer, Nazareth, Pa. IRENE HAWK ........, .....,,,,, S tenographer, Nazareth, Pa. ELLEN HAHN ..,,..... ,,,,..,,., S tenographer, Nazareth, Pa. GRACE LAUB ..... ,.,....... S tenographer, Nazareth, Pa. HELEN BEERS ,....................... Stenographer, Nazareth, Pa. CARL KAI-ILER ....................., Deceased STANLEY WILLIAMSON .... RAYMOND STOVER ........... ELWOOD HAHN ......,............, LEON SNYDER .....,..,....,....,... NORMAN FREEMAN ...,.... Penna. Power 81 Light, Nazareth, Pa. .Bethlehem Steel, Bethlehem, Pa. Penna. Power 81 Light, Nazareth, Pa. 705 18th St., N.W., Washington, D. C. Nazareth, Pa. WILLARD ROTH .................... Crew Levick Oil Co., R.F.D., Pen Argyl, Pa. PAUL ABEL .........,........,........... ELMER ALTEMOSE ............. 131 N. 14th St., Allentown, Pa. .Penna. Power 81 Light, Nazareth, Pa. CLASS OP 1925 . GLADYS BATT .......... EVELYN COOLEY ................ Mrs- Albert Phillips, Nazareth, Pa. Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. ETHEL EASTON .........,.,........ Stenographer, Nazareth, Pa. JOHN FRAUNFELDER .,...... SAMUEL GALL ........................ MARY GRIM ,...,,,,1..,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,, ANNA I-IAPPEL ........ MARIE KIEFER ........ ALICE KNAUSS ...... IRENE KNECHT ...... EVA KOCH ..........,.... MATILDA KATZ .,.....,,.,......,,, JOHN LEH ................,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. LAMOSS MESSINGER Student at Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pa. Business, Belfast, Pa. Penn. Hospital, 303 So. 8th S t., Philadelphia, Pa S tenographer, Nazareth, Pa. i:::::Stenographer, Nazareth, Pa. Student at Beaver College, Jenkintown, Pa. Mrs. Walter Minnich, Nazareth, Pa. Stenographer, Nazareth, Pa. S tenographer, 434 Webster S t., Bethlehem, Pa. Gen. Electric Co., New York City Music Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. LENA MARCKS .,.............,....,, -.......Lehigh Telephone Co., Nazareth, Pa. 98 gy., T?9 The STENLEY REIMER ................ RICHARD SAEGER LLOYD SHIMER .... MARTHA TREIN ...... MAE YEISLEY .......... EVELYN SHUPP .................... GRACE EDLEMAN 1928 1 Comet QQT Student at Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pa. Saegers Jewelry Store, Nazareth, Pa. Ingersoll-Rand, Easton, Pa- Penn. Hospital, 303 So, 8th St., Philadelphia, Pa. Student at Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa Second National Bank, Nazareth, Pa. Nurse Training School, Nazareth, Pa. THOMAS John Nitchie, 543 Hellerest Ave., Westfield ISABEL F LICK ....,.................. Mrs. Wilhelm Knecht, Nazareth, Pa. ANNA MARTIN .................... MAYME HEIMS ........ DANIEL ROHN ....... IRENE SAVITZ ........ BYRON SCHMIDT ................. WILLIAM SNYDER ..... 4 ........ MORRIS VANNATTA KATHRYN YVERKEISERIII FLOYD YOUNG ...................... MARY VANNATTA ................. JOHN FOX ............................,,.. CHARLES SHIMER .....,.......... CLASS OF 1926 ISABELLA BONSTEIN ...... GERALDINE CHILDRESS .... ARLEYNE HEIMS ................ EVELYN HEARN ................ EVELYN RUNDLE ................ MARY SANDERCOCK ,.,.,,,.. . FRANCES WOTRING PAUL RUSSELL .......,. FRANCES ROTH ...... JACOB KNECHT ...,,.,.,,,..,..... CLETA SCHLEGEL ................ VERNA LICHTENWALNER IRENE REIMER ....................., LESTER EVERETT ............... EVELYN MESSINGER .,........ VIOLET VANNATTA MILDRED STROUSE CATHARINE FREEMAN ..... , ELIZABETH KRAEMER ...... ..M rs, John Nitchie, 543 H ellerest Ave., Westfield, Stenographer, Nazareth, Pa. S tenographer, Nazareth, Pa. New Jersey S tenographer, Nazareth, Pa. Student of Music, Nazareth, Pa. Bank Clerk, Nazareth, Pa. Hercules Cement Mill, Nazareth, Pa. Plumbing Business, Nazareth, Pa. Bookkeeper, Nazareth, Pa. Stenographer, Nazareth, Pa. Engineering Dept-, Nazareth Cement Co., Belfast, Pa. S tenogra pher, Nazareth, Pa. Phoenix Cement, Nazareth, Pa. Student at Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pa. .Stenographer, Nazareth, Pa. S tenogra pher, Nazareth, Pa. Stenographer, Nazareth, Pa. Stenographer, Nazareth, Pa. Stenographer, Nazareth, Pa. Student at West Chester State Normal School, W' est Chester, Pa. Student at Had College, Frederick, Md. Student at Mt. Alto Forestry School, Mt. Alto Pennsylvania Teacher, R.F.D. No. 3, Pen Argyl, Pa. Student at Cedar Crest College, Allentown, Pa. DOROTHY SMART ...........,..., .Student at University of Penna., Philadelphia, Pa S tenographer, Nazareth, Pa. Clerk, Nazareth, Pa. Teacher, Nazareth, Pa.. Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. Stenographer, Nazareth, Pa. MARY WUNDERLY .............. ELIZABETH NEUNER ........ .C lerk, Nazareth, Pa- Stenographer, Nazareth, Pa. Stenographer, Nazareth, Pa. Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. -...,2f 99 EM.- 1 W .,. , W 2 - ' I f?9 The f 1928 1 Comet C-QD JOSEPHINE KEIFER ,...,,...... Teacher, Nazareth, Pa. WILSON BOERSTLER .......... Kraemer Hosiery, Nazareth, Pa. 1. GLASS OF 1927 EMMA BONSER .,....... l ....... .Kraemer Hosiery, Nazareth. Pa. P X JQHN CONNOLLY, ,,4,,,.,........ Student at Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y SARA BOWERS ,,,, Q .,.,.,.,,,..,.,., Lehigh Water Co., Nazareth, Pa. TIMOTHY DAVIDSON .,...... Bank Clerk, Nazareth, Pa. ALICE DENNIS .,.,...,....,......... Flory Milling Co., Nazareth, Pa. WILLIAM GANO .,................... P enna.-Dixie Cement Co., Nazareth, Pa. DIANNA HAPPEL .........' .... .....Ithaca Conservatory of Music, Ithaca, N. Y. HELENE HEINTZLEMEN... Student at Beaver College, Jenkintown, Pa. WALTER GRIM .,.................... Perkiornen Seminary, Pennsburg, Pa. HELEN HEYER ............,........ . Kraemer Hosiery, Nazareth, Pa. FLORENCE HOCH ................ H ess's Garage, Nazareth, Pa. EDWIN KORTZ .... Q..1 ............... Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pa. MATILDA IENDRICKS .....,.. West Chester State Normal School, West Chester FRANKLYN KOSTENBAD Pennsylvania ERMoravian College, Bethlehem, Pa. I ANNA KAHLER ...................... People's Coal 81 Supply Co-, Nazareth, Pa. EUGENE KUTI ........................ Student at Penn State College, Pa. THEODOSIA KNAUSS .......... GUY LAUDIG ,....s.........,..........., MINNIE KOSTENBADER Kraemer Hosiery, Nazareth, Pa. Clerk, Nazareth, Pa. Kraemer Hosiery, Nazareth, Pa. DAVID LAPP ............................ Kutztown Normal School, Kutztown, Pa. RUTH LEH ................................ C entinary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, THALIA MARCKS ................ Indianna Normal School, Indianna, Pa. LLOYD MILLER ' .................... Bethlehem Steel, R.F.D., Nazareth, Pa. MARGARET PLUSH ..,......... ELVIN REIMER ...................... MARTHA ROTH ..,.,,. ,,,.,,... Nazareth, Pa. Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pa. Kraemer Hosiery, Nazareth, Pa. HAROLD SHAFER ................ Mt. Alto Forestry School, Mt. Alto, Pa. MARIONN SHAFER ................ Hood College, Frederick, Md. ALLEN STARNER ................ KATHRINE SCHLEGEL ...... FANNY STANNARD ...,........ Nazareth, Pa. Winston-Salem, Mass. Bradford, Pa. ARTHUR WEISS .................... Perkiomen Seminary, Pennsburg, Pa, MELVIN WERNER ........... 5 .... Nazareth Waist Mill, Nazareth, Pa. SARA VAN BUSKIRK .......... N urses' Home, P. 81 E. Hospital, Philadelphia Pennsylvania KATHRYN WUNDERLY ...... N urses, Home, P. 81 E. Hospital, Philadelphia Pennsylvania MAE WU NDERLY .................. MILDRED YOUNG ................ Secretary at Nazareth High, Nazareth, Pa. Penn State College, Pa. -..gt 100 B... P TS9 Tie 1 1928 f Comet Eff Calendar SEPTEMBER 6-Ready to study once again ? ? ? 7-Freshmen become lost but are found each time by Mr. Marcks. S-Sophomores haze the Freshmen. 16-First Literary Society. 19-Magazine Campaign started-watch out for the dragons! 25-Football Season has arrived! 28-Kathryn Lehr entertains Senior Class and Faculty at a Doggie Roast OCTOBER 1-Annual Hike to Saylors Lake. 3-Lyceum Campaign starts. 17-Freshmen Class organized. 24-28-Vacation-Institute Week! 28-Sophomore Ha1lowe'en Party. NOVEMBER 4-Senior Hallowe'en Party. 19-Very successful Football Season ends. 24-Thanksgiving Vacation- 28-Basketball begins. -..gf 101 EM.- W '-' fm-We 1 M F The 1 1928 1 Comet Gi DECEMBER 9-First Freshman Literary Society. 14-Football Banquet. 16-Junior-Senior Reception. 22--Senior Program. Faculty and Seniors all receive gifts. Vacation beegins JANUARY 3-Back to hard work ? ? ? 6-Freshman Literary Society. 13--Literary Society for the upper classmen. 20-Literary Society for the Freshman. 27-Upper classmen's Literary Society. FEBRUARY 1-4-Exams ! ! ! 12-Lincoln's Birthday. We celebrate by attending school. 22-Holiday-Washington's Birthday. MARCH 1-2-Senior Play. 2-Pennsylvania Day Program. Solo by Mrs. Gregory. 9-Blizzard-School closes at 2 o'clock- 19-Mr. Marcks is back at school again after his recovery from the mumps. 21-Basketball Season ends. 23-Interesting talk given by Mr. Fenton. Z6-Mumps are gone! Mr. Bowman returns safe and sound. 30-Dreary day. Hamlet examination, Senior delight. 102 5..- '55 The 1 1928 f Comet QD APRIL 2-Day after April Fool's Day. Lyceum prizes awarded. 4-Easter Vacation begins. Freshmen presented picture to the school. 10-Back for more work. Safety talks by Mr- Rupp and Mr. Spring. 13-Triangular Debate. First baseball game of the season. 19-Senior Class gives Ham and Egg Supper. 21-Baseball game with Wilson High. 28-The team goes to Pen Argyl. MAY 4-Senior Class gives a benefit movie. 5-Team plays Bangor at home. 9-10-Operetta given by the glee clubs and orchestra, "Peggy and the Piratef, 16-Hellerton's team plays here. 23-The team plays Nazareth Hall. 26-The team goes to Bangor. 30-Vacation. Decoration Day. JUNE 2-Baseball game with Pen Argyl. 13-15--Senior Exams! What misery! 18-22-Senior trip to Washington. Z5-27-Exams for underclassmen. 29-Commencement Day. Goodby to N- H. S. 103 .r' u - 1 ' -L.,,..f. if i .f Q. 'H 4 , , " 4,,fkQf,. ' ' ' Y rl. Q1,z,fg:,."f. ' 1- 2'j"?1ST'g3',f"' 'Y' If lf: 7- 'Quig- . gh, s L. -:- ' f A . 'N , ,' 11.1-fl ,, Y. sv- ,:,.,:. -.. 1 - kr 1.1 YL Tfv' 'iv .-' JS' GY fa . ' ,gig-,aiu :rf Q ,,,.- ,Q '.,.f.- , f-' X44 "- Q Hfffff "i.n52.': "W " I .007 . I I ww ' fl. 1. ,M f'bU "4 M9952 qqwffw Q' W, XX QW fb 0.4 in 3 0 29 E 9 ' -ilk? ,if W A Azz, 43: ' ,eff -a 9 ' '-'warm' . N X4 D .' ZW- I X , 4. 4 -mst ,, , frrvewe:-.f'fx-'f'f"- 1' - - ,E The f 1928 1 Comet K Jokes From a parent to a teacher: "Sorry Ada is not peculiarly well, but hopes to restart on Monday. I never want her to be a progeny of learning. As to her refusal to do the homework, please illiterate it from your memory, as she is now more or less sorry. She's as headstrong as an allegory on the Ganges and I regret to state my aliluence over her is small." Teacher to Harold P.-"What do you do in school all day?" Harold-"Well, mostly I wait until it's time to go home." Miss S. irr English Class-"Sherwood, what three words are most used in the English lan- guage." Sherwood M.-"I dont know." Miss S.-"Correct" In Bookkeeping Class-Warren K.-"I've added my trial balance ten times." Mr. S.--"You ambitious boy." Warren-"And here are the ten answers." In Filing Class-"Harrison, do you know your alphabet ?" Harrison-"I think I do." "Well, then, what letter comes after 'a'?" Harrison-"All the rest of them." Proud Parent-"Does my boy show any special aptitude for work?" Teacher-"I think so, Mr. P. I am not certain as yet whether James will make a sculptor or a baseball player. He is unerring in his aim with paper wads, but the condition of his desk- top convinces me that he can carve with considerable facility." THAT ENGLISH LANGUAGE! A man asked an office boy if Mr. Jones or his partner reached the oliice first. "Well," said the boy, "Mr, Jones at first was always last, but later he began to get earlier, till last he was first, though before he was always behind. He soon got later again and got behind as before, but I expect he'll be getting earlier, sooner or later." The teacher had written on the back of a test paper: "Please write more legibly." The next day the student went to the desk and asked: "Miss-, what is this that you wrote on the back of my paper ?" In English Class Cteaching description after a blizzardj-"As we walk out on this beautiful winter day and look around, what do we see on every hand?" H. H.-"Gloves," Mrs. O. to Mr. O.-"I just knew if you kept that old chemistry book around the house that I'd get it mixed up with the cook book sometime!" Mr. K.-"How's your Dave getting along in high school?" Mr. M.-"A-ch! He's half-back on the football team and all the way back in his studies." -..gf 106 B..- IF 1 "2 ' The 1 1928 1 Comet Things You Never Heard! I I I KATHRYN ANDREWS .....v.. EARL AUDENREID ....... MIRIAM BOYER ........ LEON BRONG ......... EVELYN EDGAR ........ LOREAN FEHR ....... MIRIAM FLICK ........ EMANUEL GALL ......... MARGARETE GETZ .......,. KENNETH GRIFFITH ......... FLORENCE HAGER .,,,,.... WILLIAM HENRY ....... IRENE HESS .................... WILLIAM HIMLER ......... HQARRISON HOCH ........ GLADYS JONES .......... HAROLD JONES ......... MAYBEL KAHLER ...,,,,,... JUSTINA KILIAN .................. WALTER KOSTENBADER LESTER KRATZ ................... KATHRYN LEHR ............ WERNER MARX ....... DOROTHY METZ ....... ENID MINTER ............. LAHOMA PEPPELL ........ ROBERT PEPPELL ........ GORDON PLUSH ........ MARY ROHN ..........,. MARGARET ROTH ........ ISAREL RUSSELL ....... HENRY SCHLEGEL ....... RAYMOND SHAEER ....... HAROLD SIMMONS ........ LEONARD SNYDER .............. VVILBUR vON STEUBEN ,...... MAE ZIEOENEUS ............. DOROTHY WALKER .... .... "The only class I like is Sociology. ................."Girls are my specialty. ......"I hate to have a good time. never tease people. "I take nothing but 90's. ....."I never did care to dance. .................."Social life bores me. "I love to address the school. "I wouldn't wear short dresses. ......."Athletics are the only things that appeal to me. "I always do my homework ......"I never do what Miss Pfau tells me to "Driving a car is boresome ....."I never could talk to girls,' I'm shy. "I'm never heard in school. .,...."Debating is my one interest in life. "I have plenty of leisure time. "I hate to express my opinion- "Chewing gum is so boresome. "M y complexion comes from bleaching. "It's awful to be popular. very mischievous .................."Football is my only pastime. ...."The only dance I can do is the waltz. hate acting. "I hate to see my marks. I'm too bashful. ......."I never make mistakes in English. never talk. never cackle "W hen I graduate I 'm going to specialize in Sociology: --,sf 107 59. .- "I have plenty of study periods. ................"N0, I'm not sleeping overworked. "You ought to be tall, as I am. "I'm always at school before 8-45 I always do my French. ...."We won't argue the point. gms . ,vi .lwwfwwfgnwgg The 1 1928 1 Comet Miss S.-f'Use lubricity in a sentence." H. S.-"'Il1e man was walking along a sidewalk and the lubricity of a banana felled him." Accidents in Gym Class: D. M. and L. F.-Skirts on backwards. Ask the girls when the skirts were changed. D. Vic.-"How do you pronounce 'cuckoo'?" Mr. S.-"Do you mean a person or a bird?" Mistress-"Look here, Mary, I can write my name in the dust on this chest." Maid-"My, ma'am, ain't eddication grand?" In History Class--"Who was Joan of Arc?" Bright Scholar-"Noah's wife." "Isn't it. difficult to keep a budget straight?" asked a pupil in Economics class. "I find it difficult at times. This month I had to put in four mistakes to make mine balance." C. B. in Jr. Steno. Class-"I'm getting gray from labor and I get nothing for it." "Now," said Mr. Schwartz when he had finished explaining the proper way to kep memoranda, "I want to ask each of you to make a note of every point he has remembered. And those of you who can't remember any of the points please jot down those you have forgotten." Mr. B. to Hester K.-"What are 'you doing tonight?" Hester Cexpectantlyj-"Not a thing." . Mr. B.--"Then be here on time tomorrow morning." "My," exclaimed H. S. at the Junior Reception, "this fioor's awful slippery. It's hard to keep on your feet." . l ' "Oh," replied Miss S. coldly, "then you were really trying to. I thought it was accidental." Motor Cop to Mr. S. fin his Dortj--"Why didn't you stop when I shouted to you back there?" Mr. S. Cwith no license, but with presence of mindb-"I thought you just said, 'Good morning, Senator? " Cop-"Well, you see, Senator, I wanted to warn you about driving fast thru the next township." "Size yourself up. Are you on the level with yourself? Isn't your self-confidence ahead of your energy and fight? Ninety per cent is a fine mark for a boy to make at school but it's no mark for a man in the school of life. Ten per cent more effort would put us over the top, but we stop short and call it a day. Let's quit fooling ourselves. There's no fun in being an almost."--Exrhange. . 103 Ba, STUDENT COUNCIL PROGRAM, MAY 9 at 'srwxfnirsgvviffar-vqfaw-1a.w - 'SD The 1 1928 f Comet GQ Can You Imagine-? 9 Study Hall 'without the "Spirit of Detroit" air-mail system? Dotty Metz not being our star forward? Miss Smith forgetting to announce a lost article? Mr. Eichelberger not throwing someone out of class? Lahoma Peppell getting zero for a recitation? Harold Simmons not making wise cracks? Mary Dry being "naughty ?" ' "Hooks" Hoch not starting out, "Well, as you all know, our boys last night--" etc. "Tiny" Andrews as an aesthetic danseuse? The Freshmen knowing their place? "Buddy" Plush not being considered the "intellectually lazy" one of the Senior Class ? Esther Godshall not talking? Mr. Schwartz without his permanent wave? Mary Manck or Margaret Roth growing ugly? Getting a library permit on the iirst request? Miss Ehret talking nonsense? "Hooks" Hoch not saying, "She insulted me, Mr. Schwartz! We men gotta stick together." "Bub" Flick hating Cadets? Dot Walker without her irrepressible, irresponsible giggle? Isabel Russell not saying, "Well, that's the way I think, anyway!" Bill Himler not blushing? Earl Audenreid "kidding" a girl? Everybody being angles for one whole day? Maybel Kahler being real dignified? A whole month passing without someone throwing a party? Bob Peppell not being the Senior Chass "shiek ?" Mr. Bowman without his congenial 'smile? ' Kathryn Lehr not tickling the keys? Mr. Osborne not being a "good fellow ?" T he building burning down? Lorean Fehr without her "crowning glory ?" "Ken" Griffith posing for Arrow Collars? Evelyn Edgar getting real "wild and vicious ?" Peggy Getz without her fair golden locks? Harold Jones without that cute little pug nose? Leonard Snyder not being our pet anarchist, socialist, and all that sort of thing? No vacations to lend weight to the fact that we do work sometimes? Mim Boyer not raising Cain? Gladys Jones going out for football? Now, can you imagne these? I can't! -Mg 1 10 iw- A5 Q .W M- . 5.,,,,, 115 ,.,. ,.,.L,. M 11 - f 1 ,. 1 ,, ,, , , ,, , , , A ,V ,hr H, ,, in .A K. A K . , . ,VH-,1 1 ,wx . ,- , I Agfa Ly-4,31-as 1,545 .. 1 fig. -1 ALL. .w,s1 1fi- 4 .Q-.,. 1,514.1 11- .4 - XM , ..u , 1. ,Km ,, . . 1, , 3- ,,.,, . :N ,, .. an ,. .. y , X if 'nk 1 .,,f, 4 P, ,M 51:1 12, ,.,.Ug-'Nu 5,5 ,M . ,1 ,,f,,,. V1 , 1 . 1, ,ug 1- , 1, 11. ,1.,V,M,5e ,V r S . 1 . . 1 , gf 4- . ,T , 3 ,bi 3 fy 5: 1 .211 1 i. rf I1 ograp 1' 55,1 V, P x .3 .1 V2 5, 142 P if Q1 L ' 5 1, "fr , ' 1 X 31 ' 11 1 - , . g L1- 3 - , K 4 :+ 3 512, . 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Pohl Mr. and Mrs. Lester C- Hawk Rev. and Mrs. P. S. Meinert Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Kostenbader Dr. and Mrs. E. Hirtle Mr. Chas. Spohn Miss Henrietta Frantz Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heckman Dr. and Mrs. Norman C. Uhler Rev. and Mrs. Harvey C. Snyder Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Wotring Dr. and Mrs. A- Fraunfelder 7 evfisemeuf S S S S S S S S -i4-i-.f--1-,i--i--i--i--iui'-fNvf'f-i'v1-11-vi'vi--i--i--J-vif -J--.Q 5.4- .A--.J--ini-ul"-I-si--1--ini'-.?'-1--1 S S S S S S S .J-if--.IH nl'.ff-1-nf-:ruff-1--4--.ff-.fu.?-v.f'-nf'-.ff-.f'--vl'v.fwl-v.f-w1fv.f'-nf-n.f-v.f- F. J. SEYFRIED Compliments E. S. PHILLIPS, Mgr. Of ST Fresh and Smoked CPRINTING Co. CNEA T5 Q' PHONE 48fR 49 Belvidere St. THOS. STARNER, Prop. NAZARETH, PA. Miss E: "What is the Bill of Rights?" L. Wundcrly: "The first ten commandments." Bell Phone 5B CDR. F. ell. WAGNER fDentz'st fSecond Floor Shortz Buildingj South Main Street NAZARETH, PA. 529 S S S S S S Q 8 viuiuivvi--f"-iui-1f'-1.l'-v.f--f'n.'-efhi'o.f'-fnfJNJ-.y.1ni1-f'-ini--1-J'ei--i--i'.iuf-ini--i-vi-.i--i'v?-I--xH-f'-vi--JH-J--JIQJNQJ-vi-141-fn alll' gg, S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S H5 v.l'-uf'-J'-4"v.pH Wful--lmfufl-.fe-.Q11e-l-vl--1--11v4-NfulfwInl-uff-1-ff--f--!-l-v11vl1vl-vff.2-Z 2 vi- hp. 3 3 3 3 3 3 if Studebaker Sales and Service 3 3 For Good Service and Fair Treatment 3 3 3 3 w vw 3 2 GENERAL A U T 0 REPAIRING 2 5 and Ckfuto Storage 5 3 Gulf and NofNox Gasoline 3 2 U. S. TIRES AND TUBES-ACCESSORIES 2 S F. H. Ziegler, Proprietor 3 3 3 2 Phone 164fJ Mauch Chunk Street Nazareth, Pa. 2 3 - 3 3 3 3 Miss E.: When was the Declaration of Independence signed? 3 3 M. R., 'sig In April. 3 2 Miss E.: What are "Lame Ducks?" 2 S M. R., 'Plz Old men who are running for office in Congress. S 3 3 3 3 3 eNazareth Cplaning fJVlill Company 3 3 3 2 Manufacturers of E 2 Qfmzzwafk ff Quality 3 3 3 3 3 3 SASH, DOQRS, SHUTTERS, BLINDS E FRAMES, CQLONNADES, STA - S INTERIOR TRIM, MGULDINIIES, 2 3 3 2 Estimates cheerfully furnirlzcd. 3 3 . 3 2 3 Prospect and Green Streets Nazareth, Penn 3 3 3 3 3 we-M -N A U efwwww we 42 afffw 32 4:12122 1-ff.f--I'-J-vi-el-.1--J--1--JH-.Q-f-v.Q uf- -if 'JH hp. -.1--NJ'--1--.ff-I' 'i'?'3 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 33 5. .fn ,1- wi' . S S S S S S S CPENNSYLVANIA - CDIXIE S S S S CEMENT CORPGRATION S S S S NAZARETH S PENNSYLVANIA E S S S S S S S S S Brands: 2 S "PENNSYLVANIA" S 'LCLINCHFIELDS' S S "PENN ALLEN" S S "DEXTER" S S HRQYALS' S S ' S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 2 Pt nts: S 2 No. 1 K gp t, T No. 4 Nazareth, Pa. 2 S No. 2 Cl hiield, Ga. No. 5 Penn Allen, Pa. S S No. 3 Richard City, Term. No. 6 Bath, Pa. S 2 No. 7 P tland Light, N. Y. 2 S S S S S S S S S S S 5? S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S EB ff" ll'v.l'If'sllllu?'N?'lllll -I-vflvlfsf--llvl-fl ..,f.,,,...f-.4-. 3 v.f--.f-v.f'h.f-v.?1vI'v-f'-v.d'lv-f'lvf4nf'n2flnJlw nf'-si-wiv-1-ff'-ff'-ff-1 vi'-2-file-ievfiiffi-12211-yvieef si'1i'ni41i'h?"-?"-i41i'i'i'l?iIililill-?l?ii l22vI':il-i'vi'v?'vilr2n?2v.il gf- S S S S S S S S FRACK E4 LEH Authorized Ford Dealers Cars - Trucks - Tractors Phone 124 Nazareth, Pa. F. E. WEINLAND Sporting Goods Hardware and Stoves House Furnishings Glass, Paints, Etc. Q Broad and Main Streets BETHLEHEM, PA. Miss S.: "Recite a selection from 'Idylls of the Kingf " M. S.: "I have loved long enough My May of life has fallen into the sewer." CBetter Safe 5571012 Sorrgf Better sure that your automobile Insurance is sufficient and sound, than sorry after the accident that you "didn't hx it up before." You may never have a bad collision, nor lose your car to a thief, nor cause personal injury or property damage with expensive re' sults. But it pays to play safe. Let us help you select wisely in the mat' ter of Automobile Insurance. FRANK HUTH U. S. Storage Battery Sales and Service Bell Phone 224fR S. J. GREGORY GARAGE "8 " Hupmobz'1e "6 " Sales and Service Station Auto Repairing and Supplies Batteries Repaired and Recharged 27 Mauch Chunk St. SERVICE STATION vi'1l"vlv-l'ff"vl'v-?1?21?2v?14'1f' oi-vi'1i"vi'v7"vI'vi--J--J-14'--if-in..J--ininini-vJ".f-fiui-1iui--7'--i1v.7-vi--i-vi-ni--i- S S S S S S S S S S S S S S li' iiiii vi-leafs!-J--lfilvi-if-5-442111--iff'-iv 411-1- '11 -fl-A--2-f-.1--f-.1--J--I--f--1--1--1v.f--1--.ff.f-.pf-ful-nl' -f--.l--.f-.f--f-.f--.:-.f-,.f--f- -.I--.I-,.lu.f--.lv-.fh.f'v.f' sl'Il'vl'vl'vl'vf'1l4vl'vllvl'n!'vl'Z'ul'vJ'nl'nl1n!lvl'nl'ull- n.!'v.l4v.l'll'n? Com lim Tl s H pof 6 t "Oswald Stationery CBROAD ST. Q5 MEAT MARKET EDWA.RD H. KERN QNEW5 CDEALER STATIONER All kinds of KODAK5 FRESH and SMOKED MEATS Domestic and Imported Cheese POULTRY IN SEASON Phone 187fB WE DELIVER 143 South Main St. NAZARETH, PA. Mr. E. Hooking at Earl Laudigj: "Two people i Earl: "We:ll, I'm not both' of them." n this class cheated." Churchman fBusiness College W. E. CHURCHMAN, Princi pal A Thorough Business Training. What we have done for others we can do for you. Ask the members of the class of 1927, who entered our school last fall, what we did for them. COURSES Accountancy and Business Administration, Commercial, Secretary, Stenographic and Pre- paratory. Advanced classes for High School graduates. Day and Evening Sessions. Students may enter at any time. Graduates assisted to positions. Catalog and Accountancy Bulletin mailed upon request. I Phone 1242 16f18 South Fourth Street EASTON, PA. lil' mgn.l1v.f-n.e-nf'--f-f.f4,.f-1f--.f'--f--.f--1--2 -.fn1-vf-v.f1..f--.f-..f-'1--f-f1-.1uf--.f-N1-nf-f.f-..fn.p- R -f1.,-..f-.1-,,.-f-.44.f-.f-.f-,,..f-.f-.f-.1-.f-1--f+-f.f-.fg-f-4--f--f-.f-f1-,1--f--f-.f-.f-.f-l--f--f-f--f.f--f-f--f--1--f--f-f-.f-vf--f-4-.f--f--f- -5--1-5--1--1--1--5--1-fi--1--ivuf-5--iv -7--i--f-v1--i--.f-v1--i-sf--1--i'.f1Nl--i--i-hlv-iui--i--i--i--i--.f--.l'--i--iu.f--.ff-.f-.f-a-i-.4- ..f-Q-.eo-,,f..,p--ef' Compliments Gia 5People's Coal O I and Supply Co. K R E I D L E. R E6 DECH STOCKERTOWN, PA. 12 Belvidere St., Nazareth Dealers in GROCERIES, MEATS, FRUITS Dems mi and VEGETABLES COAL LUMBER BUILDING SUPPLIES Miss E.: "Where did Columbus l W. J.: "In jailf' and on his fourth voyage Compliments Of Chrisli-an Springs Hotel gg, S- S 2 S E E O 5 E C T uinihi-31:10:50 SOFT DRINKS ICE CREAM QNAZARETH LIGHT LUNCH CANDY, CIGARS, TOBACCO 44,4-Nf-..p-..pu.l--.i'-J'v2vf12-fl-inf!-121-if-lvl-evffelvf-214 52 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S R, ,,,,,,,,, .,,..,. ,,,,, ,flf -1- -4- ffff -1 -f'- fffffflfff 1- 11- -1- vi- -1- -1- 11--JH -1- -1- vi-vfw -1- vi- ff- vi- vl- 3 ,- S N he Gitgsrglmat J--e ', -Q 75, L .K 'Af X W 'ff . . Y '. ,. I CVC IC iq 'Q 3 X ' , W K ftgkit ivfwx l' Qxlxlllai ,Ml GI-IE Diamond that blazed forth in the engagement ring of Great-Grand- mother is today gracing the dainty hand of one of her descendants. The loving gift of many, many years ago lives on. And so it is with all Diamonds, Watches and other fine Jewels ---they never die but rather grow more precious as the years roll on. There is great wisdom in the selection of Jewelry as gifts and It is equally as wise to select them at thls store where reliability of quality and value are ever present KR E SCLQQQU JEWELER a o o Q o o o o o O o l E Hf'wf'h?'v-f'-i'-.l--f-.1H-1'--l-v.I--f--.l-v.f-nlN-1'-v.J-vl' 8 -jui--i--fui--i--.f-J-Ili-1-1-1-me-fivvli-ivivii-J--ei-I-ii'-.ini'u.f-.i-.1--1--.f--.fn.i-v.J-..f-..f--4---1--1--iw.:--1'-v.l'--1'--.11 1103" gg, S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S Compliments Qf Clhe CBates Valve B-ag Corporation NAZARETH, PA. Miss S.: "What is an 'aching joy?' " G. Plush flooking out of the window at athletic fieldj: "Getting tired playing " SUMMER CLoTH1No For Cfllen, Young Cfllen and 5Boy Michael Stern Suits tetson Hats Straw Hats Florsheim Shoes Interwoven Hosiery Chene y Cravats Pioneer Belts Brighton Garters Munsing Underwear Palm Beach Suits Earl Ee' Wilson Shirts HENRY SCHLEGEL Nazavetlfs Leading Store for Men and Boys SQ S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 513 -i--i-.iuiui-.1-nf'loi'vi-ai--iui'-ihf'ufNni-.i- .f-vi-f1--i--i--ihi-vi--i--i--i--i-vi--i--i--I'-J'--ini-1i'vi- .1--.lv Ai0i?2il:?2:?2:?2i?2f?' R-:Nfl-aiwie-14 Eg ,..,-.,-.,..-h.,.,-.,.,...,-. .,. ..,.,,N..,-..,A.,-.,u.,..,..,-.,-..,.,-...,N,.,h.,.,..,...,.. 5 3 v.f-v.1-v.f--.IH-J--1--I-sf-4-.1--1--I--1--1--I-sl-1-'ff-.1--.fu.f--.f--.fv-.f--.lf-.f--.fn.f-ufu1- Q Phone 18fM lUOumNsf?D are suitable gifts for all Occasions. XVC end Orders by wire tO all parts Of the Minstfels Furnished l Country l Suits for All Occasions E C. E. CROTH l SAWYER R JOHNSON 206 North Tenth Street 44 W. LAUREL STREET ALLENTOWN, PA- Bethlehem, Penua. l An Optimist is a fellow who shoots across 21 grade crossing at forty miles an hour! A Pessimist is the same fellow a few minutes later. CREAGANS GENERAL GARAGE Conzphments J W. A. Reagan, Prop. The fDANIEL'S SLATE QUARRY l GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING HOTEL 324 SO. Main St. NAZARETH, PENNA. ,- ll'l.llnf1,fu.f- W -affai-uf--.f--.2nl-nf'-.flvl-vlfvl-vi--4--l-ufvnlvvfmin!--J-sl-vflvl-vllnlvllnll'-'IRQ I-I-J-3-avi-J-J-5-541-J-5-4-J--I--2-1-41 sfvienfgrffsisf-1619112-i'-232-J-wifi' -1-i:?nf--1-isle-J-if-1-:?ig.pn .Q,4,,.,.Q Compliments q3lNNEY E6 SMITH CG. Qfllan ufczcturers of Crayola Mr. Osborn fin Physicsj: "Compasses are blankety blank." Red letter days in the Seniors' schedule-Economics taught by Mr. Bowman. fiize Y CVM C. L91 Qf Cffazareth "A real good social environment for men and boys of the community." Swimming Pool with filtered water, lessons in swimming gratis to members, men, boys, women and girls. Bowling, Billiard 'Tables and Reading Room If you are not a member your application will be welcomed. E. J. Unangst 55 Sons CDEPARTMENT STORE Q Q O 5 2 U5 za E521 is 30- mi 'c '-U54 we 'rv CD 51' N 0 51' li l li l l l S S l l l l l l S l l S l l l li li l l li l :ftp-are-Y-2 -.Y-: -1-: -v4 S l S S l S S S S S l S S S S S S S S l 1?-lui-7'-W QQ?--5-:Q2-ie-ies?--J-:ie-1 .fir l S l l 5 l l li l l l l li S S lr S 35 S S vfhfhi'-4"-ful'-inf'-1'-f'vf'-f'v-f'-l'-4'nI'-.l--.fu.f--4'u4---1--4-uf-..f--f-.f-,4-.ff.y-,1-.f-,,p,.,,-...f-.f-.f-.fi.,.,,-..,.,,-.,,.,4..f. -if-.ff-1-nf--ini' -1- -.fl-.Il nf' --.Inf-'lui--.I--.f--.I--.I--.f-v.l'1 vi'-1.2 finial' nflmllvlfvff PA DA Clinton CD. Frantz qgadio Shoes Hosz'er3f Q 108 South Main Street NAZARETH, PA. Z1 "A" and "B" Batteries, Eliminators d ll kinds of Radio Accessories Q Earl E. Heyer 34 E. Centre Street NAZARETH, PA. Miss Ehret: "What is the O A. S.: "Oh, that was tobacco, wasn stend Man ifest 7" 't it?" Complimen ts Qf SEIPS VILLE HOTEL S A. P. MOYER, Prop. ATTENTION! Parents and Friends Will appreciate Your Photograph Who will do it? H. CP. CDIETZ Photographer NAZARETH, PA. Branch Studio-Pen Argyl, Pa. W S S S S S S S S S S S P53 .f-.4--f--f--f--7--1--f-..f--f--f--4-.1-.f--f-an-1--J-.J--1-.1-an-f--a-'f--f--f-.f--f--f--.p-.p-.1-..p-.fv-f--f-.fe.f-.f-.f--p-.4--f-.f--f-1f--fnf--.f-.f-.f-.1- E? S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 88 T' flfff fffff fflfflflll fllllff ffffff f,,f ..,. .,. .,, . .,,- S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S -.1--.lvsIh.lu.ff-.fu.f--1--.f--.fu.f--f-v11-.l'-vl--.l---.f-vl--.1'-..l-- lfwlfhfv-4-uf-'J-'J--lfvl'-4--if-lvwfnfv QN'HZHTQth Cement Company General OHice, Nazareth, Penna. Sales Ojfzce NEW YORK 41 East 42nd Street PHILADELPHIA -- +61--.f-iv---4-fff.Y-uf--f'-.11-f-..f4-.f--.f-.fue.11-4-.Q-.f-he.pay--Q..p-1.-.'-.,..,,..,-..,,-..,-..p-.,,-.,-..,,-.-.f--.f--,,.f-,,,.5 -ie-4-aieaiqiy L-W..,eA,,Q. 52 -J--ir-if-I-vi-wi-ei--I-vi--I-.iv Zhi- nfinfnilnf-vi'-i-v7'1i--.f--i-.7--i--f'ului--i-1fN..f--i'-1fH-iw41,f--7'-Ile!!-liar'-li .fy-4-.,-.,-.p-.f--4-.1--f--1 Fresh Fruits Vegetables EAST END GARAGE SCHAEPFERS GRAHAQLQEISSXPGCEEESALES QM General Repairing SINCLAIR GAS and OILS Belvidere St. NAZARETH, PA. Accessories A Give us a Trial F. I. Scheetz, Prop. Phone 292R?a Nazareth, Pa. Phone 65M Miss S.: "All who wish to help with t W. K.: "l'll come after supper." he decorations after dmner, please do so." Phone 3631 Compliments William Wunderly of General Trucking UNANGST FURNITURE CG. CALL AGAIN North Broad Street Nazareth, Pa. N ul'nl'ulnl'nl'h?n-lnf'u?n21l's?0.l'n?ll'nl'hf'nl'sl'l'nl'v?2:?'i?i?nl'1?"f'7r '? nl? 12 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 33 -.l1hfu.?'-i-1.f'-.f'-i--iv-iui-nfl.f-.fu4'--J--.?--l'v4Na.f- sini- v.?--i--.fu.Ju.f--in1-.1- 311.24 .fxja vi'nl'i'l-i'li"hf"ni'li'li'll'i'ni'll'll'v.?1i'1l' ill' 3, DIAL 2 1310 fPhoto3 rapher 617 L d S ALLENTOWN, PA. Mr. E. fto classj: "You unmitigating pe t J. Memmert: "What is an unmitigating pet Compliments Qf CRUSSELL CD. LAMB ERT jeweler '59 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 33 -inf'-vi'-JI .,4,A,,4-:i-.3u,5- wihi' vifilliesiilihilihvihi -5-vfwvi-.5-ni-nfeiivfvvi--J-v?oi'oi'oi' 'iii' S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S .S S S S S .S S S S E, -I-vilwifvl-v.fv.if afNnI'-i-n4Nv.!-.if-iu.lv-.f--1vv.f--.!v-i--J'n.lu.f-.1n.lN v.f--i-niu.fv-in.fniuiv-if-i1ei'.i--.fui--.f'-ni--.ff-if-I--.fvviv-1-ni-aff-if viii WILSCN E. CBECK Wea! Estate g tcwaali' . J. W. JACKSON General Insurance QjS4'eats and and . Notary Public G r o e e r z es Ice Cream Candy Soft Drinks 'Tobacco 52 So. Main St. Cor. Belvidere and New Sts. NAZARETH, PA- NAZARETH, PA. Miss E.: "Hester, what was the Underground Railway?" H. K.: "The underground railway was a subway from Canada to the South." Whats Your CfWoney.7 It makes no difference what kind of a dress you want or how your fancy runs as to style or color or priceg we can satisfy you to your heart's content. BUSINESS SUITS - OUTING SUITS - TOPCCATS EVENING DRESS we show them all-but we make them only to your special requirements and individual measure Pressing - Repairing -- Cleaning - Dyeing LUDWIG HIMLER The Tailor WEST WPILNUT STREET NAZARETH, PENNA. '93 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S '33 sf-1-yi--f-yi-J--if--fee-fefvfvfa-J-,psf ai-viw.f--iui-vi-.i--i--i--iui--i--i-'ini4-i-vini-1iui--i--i-e4'--iuf'n1--i--4'--i--.f- gg, S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S a15.,..,. 3lv!lZ"s?lll'nl'vl'I.!'1-l'3lnl'nl'vl'vl'v-l'nl4nll1.l'nl'vf'lf'nl'wl'v.l'n.l'nl'r.f'nl'nllllv.!ll'I-l'll' -.!f-i1-if-i--i--i--i--.f-ni--4'--.fu.f--1-'.f--i-v1--.f--i--J"-.!'viui--4'v-i--.f-v.7-v.I--1-v1--4'--4'--i- -iui-.in1-.jni--.7viui--J-.j,hf--4--f-4-hfw.i-.1-.1--ie.i- THE CBEST LESSON YOU CAN LEARN-0 "Is to fBanlc Your QMoney The book that will teach you more than any other book, is the Bank Book. It will teach you the value of money-the best lesson any person can learn. We offer you the Safety and Service of our strong bank and will pay you three and onefhalf per cent. interest. We Nazareth National CBank S S S S S S S ,,..,-..,.,,..,-..,-.4-.y-.y-.y-.4--f-.p--f--f-.fuf-.yhy-.,,-hy.5--1-f-fill-iff:-are-ff:-:ala-2--fe-1-ff -ini- 3 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S EW, -f'--ivuiuiv-iv-i-nQ-i--1--fN-fN-.f--ffuf'uIui-vi--iul--i'-i'-1'-iu.f--J'--.I-v.f-vie-is-if-lui' .1'ui-n1'hf-.i'g!niui-n?-.iui--i-Nf--i--1'.i-ni--i4niui4-i- Phone 90'B FLOUR FEED QNAZARETH Compliments STEAM LAUNDRY Qf FLORY JOHNSON E3 OSTERSTOCK CO' Plmpnetms 435 South Main St. NAZARETH, PA. Phone 145 165 South Whitfield Street NAZARETH, PA. 3 Mr. Osborn Qin Physics classj: "With the aid of an electromagnet a railroad switch can be thrown a mile away." NAZARETH PHONE 161 Compliments Qf Pano Grounds Inn Sea Foods fpnivate qlining CRooms Special CDz'nners 39 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 33 vf"wf"e?hilvf"wi-fini'--4-I sini- 11-wiv' Q-vQ.f--..--.,-:-f- 1i"v?l1':i1i' uIl'j'l1l'J'1q?4i'1?Ii'll"1i'ni"I-?'li's?'li'Ii'1?51i'?2G?5i?' i'12!1l"i'1?5i?!:?!i' 5? S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S ,S B -.ff-.fu.f--.I-v.fu.fui-vin vi-.JH 4.35, -i--i--7--i-v.fui--f4-iu.ff-iu1v-i--.ff-iv-f'-,i--J-.1--.ff-1--ini-.iv-1--4'--ies?-:friggin v.I'--4'4-iu.f-.i--f- S S S S 3-J'--.Juni--.IH -1-vl-nffJ-vlv-l--lu1-Nful--l--l,4-.f-vfv-1-v1v.4-.l'elu1-Nf- -.f1-.1--.f- ofllbert O. Sturgis Q Ea Son Compliments Of Teal Estate anal General Insurance NAZARETH PARENTTFEACHER ASSO. 23 S. Main St. NAZARETH, PA. ,Q Customer: "I want to buy three lawn mowers." Dealer: "You must have a big place." Customer: "No, but I have two neighbors." Compliments of Warren CBOYQIN , Candy Chas. H. GN 1cl1olas Ice Cream Tobacco Grocer 49 N. Broad St. NAZARETH, PA. Broad St. Theatre Bldg. NAZARETH, PA. -l-'lv-JH-5-v.f--J--.J-ff-vlfsy-5--Q-2,1--2,1-ff-fl-el4-J-12121215-vfvQv.Q -J-fl-we 539 S S S S S S S S S 33 .,.-f--1--4-.,.-5-.3-.,.,,..f--7-ff .y-.y-.f--7--y--f-.f--f'--.f--.f--f-.f--.f--f--1"-f--f'--f--f--l--J'--l'--J--f--l--f--f-ff-ff--f--f--e- .ii v.l'- -il fi-fi-ei-:IN ggw, Estimates Furnished on Application All Work Promptly Attended To H. O. SIMMONS 3? SON Contractors and 5Buz'lolers SLATE BELT PHONE 49fj NAZARETH, PA. Miss E.: "'What was the Santa Maria?" S. S.: "Tha: Santa Maria was a Spanish plundererf' Miss E.: Vfhy was the First Continental Congress held? R. S. '31: For War. H. E. SEMMEL Lunch qSJoom 111 South Main Street NAZARETH, PA. Dealer in The Purest Kind of Ice Cream Fruits, Cigars and Tobacco Oysters and Clams in Season NW CHILDRENS UNDERWEAR includes WAISTS WAIST UNION SUITS PLAIN UNION SUITS AND INFANTS' SHIRTS Insist on NAZARETH ICNOWN FROM COAST 'TO COAST 2 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 8 ,7- ui--J'-ef-ini-fi-.i--.fwi-1i-1i--i--.f-vi-1i--i--i-vi--.f'- -5--7-4-4-1-J-fi--1-1J"-J'-ai--J--ini' -1-afffsiifi-ei-vi-vi-vi--f"vf-1 .il vi- -if-JH-1--fwni-.1 'ESS S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 55, ..f--.4--.J-nf--.J-uf--.I--.ff-.I-nf--.I F. T. CR OH N Undertaker and Embalmer Mr. Osborn: "What is a wave?" W. A. '29: "A wave is a thing that waves." SERVICE .QUALITY SATISFACTION CD19 TRUMBOWER COMPANY Lehzgh and Scranton C OA L LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIAL, ORUSHED STONE Headquarters for CELOTEX AND BEST WALL PLASTER BOARD Easton Road-Phone 4'7fB Uptown Office-23 So. Iviain St., 79fM ' NAZARETH, PENNA. --.IH-1-J-J-1-,ff--iff!-1-1-111-J-ffl-J-Jflfffi' vi'-f"vi'vi'-I'-5-115-I"-i'-i'-?--l'--i-vi1vi-vi--.l'-iuf'uiui1.i-,j-..f-.f--.f-viui'1i'-i'ni--i'-i--2-i-fi--fi-iff-f-1-f-fi'-1616--1-751643 SS? S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S H? 3::-fvfff-.f-f-.f-1.+:4--.f-:rar-aviffe:Y-ef,-.4-,Y-..p.,.,-if.,,-,,.,.,,,,.,.,,.,,,-.,g,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,-,,w 5 S S S l Product of General Motors S 2 Novelties 2 I C a d S d , Ci l Ce Te :Tull 1'l'obzl,cc!l2S gan T 2 For Economical Transportation 2 2 H. P. QJNIEMMBRT 2 2 Confectionery QUALITY AT LOW CCST I S l 2 142 So. Main St. 2 E Phone 17fR NAZARETH, PA. Hess Eg Sons :P ,l S Sales and Service 5 E Specializing--Iohnsorfs 59' Norris 2 Ccmfectwns NAZARETH, PA. l 5 lr S li S li 3 In English Class: "What is the future of 'I 1ove'?" S Prompt Answer: "I divorce." ' S li S li S li l S S lg S - 4' 5 C. A. Anglenure SUCCESS ef 2 ' to the 2 GRADUATING CLASS S Authorized Dealer in li 2 KELLOGG and ZENITH 2 2 A. C. Radio Receivers E S , THEATRE 2 2 40 S. Main St. h, 2 S PHONE 243,13 Nazaret s Best S S 5 S S S S S S hf'vI"vl'l-f'hf"vf"Il'l.f'vf'v.I'4ll41f'1?1l'vl' l'v.!'ll'lvll1.!lvi'1I'vf"sl'lf"n!4nl't?lll"ll'1f"nf5nl'll' S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S -f-f-i--e-f--1--1-1--4--f--f-.f.f--fv.f--1-1-.f-.f-,4-.p-f-i-.p- -.A--2 -.l1-.i'--i1.1--.f- wfhlhl' -.l'l.l4nllv.!0v.l4v-l'nl'1.l'l-l'vf'!l' KRAEMER HOSIERY CC. Manufacturers of Superb SCHMIDT'S Hosz'ery AND GLOVE SILK UNDERWEAR All Styles and Colors She: "My husband certainly does enjoy smoking in his den. Has your husband a den?" Mrs. S.: "No, he growls all over the house. " Compliments W S. CD. KNECHT LQ 1820 N. Main St. NAZARETH, PA. CRussell K. Stout Dealer in KELVINATOR ELECTRIC REERIGERATORS Five years' guaranteed service B C1 s Th B ld g NAZARETH PA Ph zz R 'Q S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 2 ifwwww.--N--NMff,-1-,,,,,-,W-W,-f-,QQQV-wg -4'--1--i--i--i-viu4'-v4'u7--1--i-.1--i--ifvf'-vf'- vi- N S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 3,,,, 2 lhncnn MAE Comp d S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S GIIIX ho P he S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 2 S Cf S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S Q enl C GUI C 1a n a I in Q P ! . xx, 'V,f'.X'LI -sf' , 1' 'lQf'1VTfX'L,I V.X'Qg1 M224 Q QQQQ pIQmQ A: Csharfes .24 7'5y!of: Wee-Pres. '!7'arryJ Read SPC?-77605 Nh TQ A T V f Lf ea ' lag or Qompon I LW NA ,,,. D ,yjrfce + Qfzahfy + l5'ef:v1'c-0 K Wfi rinters and Wubllshers x w A".V iilonnbard and Sfnutlc Sf:-eets '1' Vljoltimove- , , m l I :mln C .-ll!-L-u , lrzlzmxl K FJ 1, su Q J ' wx 'EY W ,S +5 T ' Y I x N x 'Ti im W f H Q :XS W nlnllvnif--Laila!-J-all-if-21511-lnlvfll fluff Theres a Frigidaire for Compliments of Every Home Call on us and let us show you how you CR' Y' can safeguard the health of your loved I ones with Clgar Store .Fflg z'daz're U A Cigars, Cigarettes, Magazines We carry a full line of Electrical appllances and Supplies Confectionery, etc. 104 South Main Street NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA U. G. ALTEMOSE 56f60 So. Main St. Nazareth, Pa. Miss Pfau in Steno. Class: "Take a piece of pencil and a paper." COAL LUMBER Compliments BUILDING MATERIALS of HARDWARE PAINT and VARNISH Clhe Class of 1927 QNazareth Coal and Lumber Co. 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