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

 - Class of 1929

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Prilzcifml Graduated from Nazareth lligh School East Stroudsburg State 'leach- ers' College Columbia Teachers' College lGraduate workl Muhlenberg College Columbia lhiversity FREDERICK A. MARCKS, lx. B. Sllf7L'7'7'f.Yf7Ig l'ri11cipal Graduated from Emaus High School .fXlIentown Preparatory School Muhlenberg College 5 FACULTY 'Yi Cums'rxNE BORKEY GUY CUMP C1mu.o'1"rE Dixon: l.a11guagcs .flflatbematics Commercial MIRIAM EHRET DON DETWEILER MARY LITTLE Civics and English Industrial Arts lfnglisb l161 . FACULTY '93 PERSIS PFAU ANDREW I,EH MABE1. SCHULER C01nme1'ciaZ A tbletics Music MARTHA SLONAKER CHESTER OSBORN PRISCILLA SURFACE Sewing and Continuation Science Art E171 'QW VIwFW? Our Faculty K8 . CHRISTINE BORKEY,i A. B.g LANGUAGES Graduated,from"gPhiladelphia High School for Girlsg Ursinus College. W ' GUY CUMP, B. S.llj"M'ATHEMATlCS Graduated from Green Castle High Schoolg Cumberland Valley State Teachers Cdllegeg Gettysburg College. DON L. DETWElLER,jlNousTRIAL ARTS Graduated from Altoona High Schoolg Pennsylvania State g College. l ' vi CHARLOTTE DIXGN, B. C. S.g COMMERCIAL ' A Graduated from Bristol High Schoolg Rider College. MIRlAM'E.- EHRET, A. B.gA ENGLISH' AND CIVICS Graduiatedfrom Bethlehem High Schoolg Ursinus College. ANDREW S. LEH, Ph. B.g PHYSICAL EDUCATION - Graduated from Allentown High School p'. Muhlenberg College. .Graduate workat Columbia University. MARY N. LlT'lfLE,'A. IB., M. A.g ENGLISH - Graduated fromw Kansas City, Missouri, Central High Schoolg. University of lllinois. Master's degree from Uni- versity of Pennsylvani. CHESTER A. OSBORN,.Bi. s.. SCIENCES I ' ' Graduated from Summit High School: Lafayette College. PERSIS P. PFA.Ug COMMERCIAL D Graduated from Hackettstown High School: Trenton Nor- mal School. MABEL K. SCHULERj MUSIC A I ' A Graduated from Emaus High Schoolg Cincinnati Conser- ' vatory of Music. Extension worklaf New York University. MARTHA SLONAKERQ .SEWING AND CONTINUATION SCHOOL Graduated from Pottstown High School. LPRISGILLAI SURFACE,.B. 'se ART' ' T . ' Graduated from Nlechanicsburg High School gy Pennsylvania State. College. Graduate work at Pennsylvania State ' 'College A . , ' I 131 SWEA T ' F K 47 if r Q .Q Q? 1. Q' The 1929 Comet Senior Qjicers , '93 A President WALTER BACHMAN Vice President ,- Secretary Treasurer SAMUEL SHIMER l ANNA STEM GRACE Buss ' Assistant Secretarfy Assistant Treasurer ANNA LERCH HeEsrEn KREIDLER i - Historian ' MILDRED HAUBERT Colors-fCerise and Silver Gray A Floiwer--Carnation Motto--"Labor Omnia Vincit"-"LaborConquers All" - '22 Senior I A S 'Y OW well we remember that bright morning in early September, 1925, when we, seventy-six strong, began our journey for a high school Education. ' - Proudly, yet-timidly, we entered the building, and soon found ourselves wandering aimlessly through the halls, until at last, some kind person directed us to a room. Surrounding us, were some familiar faces, but also those of strangers. The students we then knew we have learned to know and Judge better and those strange to us then have become bound in friendship during this four year voyage We were then shown four ships in each of which we were required to spend a year of traveling in order to complete our course and to be better prepared to undergo the Journey of life which would follow lf 20 fl remains-a-'11, use xreaiiifessefm msaieshrnt The 1929 Comet After entering the S. S. Freshman, which was a small green boat, we organ- ized our class and selected a member of the faculty to be our adviser through the year. By means of work and cooperation, a good number of us strolled off the gang-plank in june 1926, ready for the next course in the fall. After having embarked on the S. S. Sophomore, in warm September, we found the number of passengers decreased to nfty-one. This cruise was a bit harder than the nrst but one of the early pleasures which we enjoyed was the Sophomore Hallowe'en party, our nrst social event. During this year, we took our turn at good-naturedly hazing the Freshmen. We considered ourselves a little bit bigger, but we discovered that we still had much to learn. , At length the ship docked, and although some had grown tired of the journey, thirty-six of us felt proud that we had gone half-way. ln September, 1027, we were ready for the third quarter. The S. S. junior, though it had some dark days, took us through many sunny paths. We recall with pleasure the fun we had during the preparations for the re- ception which we gave the "Class of '28." ln the spring, we all enjoyed ourselves on a hike and doggie roast at Henry's Dam. September, lQ28, found but thirty willing to enter on our fourth and last lap of the cruise. This ship, the S. S. Senior, being larger and harder to mann, took us sometimes through rough and stormy waters: and although rocks loomed up before us, at times, we can surely admit that even if we were forced to pull hard the pleasures and success we feel, have outweighed the disadvantages. Many were the things which we enjoyed in this Senior year, but' the climax of all came with our trip to Washington, for which we strove four years. This was taken the first week in May. We were very glad to have Miss Nicholas and Mr. Leh, who entered into the enthusiasm of the trip with us. Every year, some of us have participated in various activities. Among our number are those who have lent their musical talents to the glee clubs and orchestra: others have followed literary and oratorical pursuits, while many have aided in athletics and sports. Indeed, our boys have done much in baseball, football, and basketball to keep the Blue and White banner flying. And now, as we stand on the threshold and look back, we hope that though it may be small, we may leave behind some thought' or inspiration to those who will follow, the- course we have just completed. find as we gaze ahead, and know that we are to become alumni of N. ll. we wish that the Class 1920, may become an asset to that organization. lNllLDRED HAUBERT, Historian l 21 l The 1929 Comet WILLIAM ALTEMOSE "Bill" Desires to be-Symphony Orchestra Conductor Destined to be--Night Club Orchestra Leader To offset the monotony of school lite, Bill frequently delights us with his flddle. For four years, Bill has been a member of our high school orchestra. However, his talent is not confined to music for he is a fine student as well. Therefore, we are sure that whatever he attempts will be a suc- cess. . . Orchestra 111 121 131 1413 Glee Club 111 121131 1413 Comet Staff 1413 Senior Play 141. K MINNIE APPLEGATE . "Min" Desires to be--A Stenographer Destined to be-Chewing Gum Magnate "Min" is a. quiet unassuming maid. She was an asset to the class during Iu- stitute Week. Although "Min" is a habit- ual gum chewer she just can't get away with it in typing class. We all like her because slie is always her real self. Where'er you go, whate'er you dog the best wishes of '29 go with you. ' Glee Club 141. WALTER BACHMAN "Pete" Desires to be-Electrical Engineer Destined to be-Inventor "Pete" has been our guide through all our class difllculties. To him we owe our sincere gratitude. Though his better judgment often causes him to become dis- gusted with us, he nevertheless, renews his task with added vigor. Although "Pete" finds many faults with the opposite sex he is usually in their midst. We wish you success. Class President 131 141: Vice President 1213 Editor-In-Chief of the Comet 1413 Student Council 131 1413 President 131 141, Vice President 141g European History Prize 1213 American History Prize 1313 Civic League President 111 3 Orchestra 111 121 131 141. E221 CARL VBEITEL "Beetle" Desires to be-Draftsman Destined to be- Inventor of "The Mistakeless Adding Machine" X "Beetle" is always heard before seen. One seldom sees him without hearing a sliding of feet. As a librarian "Beetle" has done well indeed. He is a good sport and is always willing to take 3 hand when asked. "Beetle" is one- of our accom- plished dancers. May the world smile on you, "Beetle," as you"ve smiled on us. Vice President Student Council 141. GRACE BUSS -'Bussiei' Desires to be-Nurse Destined to be-Someone's Wife "Hey! dim your lights. My mistake, I was fooled by that .. head of red hair." "Bussie" is a good pal, .full of fun. and game for most anything. "Bussie" re-I 'vealed her financial ability during our last year and served as an eiiicient class treas- urer. We wish you a happy and pleasant future. ' ' Class Treasurer 1435 Glee Club 143. STANLEY CLEWELL "Clewell" Desires to ber-Banker Destined to be-Belfast Bus Driver "Clewell" is famously known for his non-stop laugh. He is very co-operative in class affairs. Although an athlete Stanley does not neglect his studies. With the de- termination which he has to make good, we believe that "Clewell" will be successful. Varsity Football 1493 Varsity Basketball 1433 Class Basketball 1115 Baseball Manager 1413 Student Council 131. E231 'az M The 1929 Comet The 1929 Comet GRACE DENNIS "Dennis" Desires to be-Private Secretary Destined to be-Newspaper Reporter "Dennis" is an excellent worker as well as a good gum chewer. As you glance through this book rememlit' that much of it was typed to the accompaniment of the great American pastime. "Dennis" is a friend to everybody and a willing worker. These characteristics assure he-r success. Assistant Class Treasurer 1235 Class Basketball 113 123 1335 Glee Club 113 123 1435 Operetta 1135 History Club Secretary 1235 Dramatic Club 1435 Comet Staff 1435 Comet Typist 1435 Publicity Staff 143. XNARREN JOHNSON "Johnson" ' Desires to be-Student of Lehigh Destined to be-Editor of "Sales Tales" "Johnson" is quite a renowned busi- ness man and has shown this technique in helping get our Comet ads. Warren ls usually talking automobiles when not in- terested ln the fairer sex. Besides this, "Johnson" has many alms and is an all- around sport, and we wish him success in all his great undertakings. Comet Staff 1435 Senior Play 14.35 Class Baseball 1335 Football 133 143. MARY DRY "Dry" Desires to be--Dramatic Instructor Destined to be- Dean of Swarthmore- College f "Dry" is always bound to be late. She is quite musical and has furnished us often with piano solos in assembly. "Dry" is very fond of dramatics but sometimes we Wonder if it isn't because ot the "thrill" she gets out of it. Some day we hope you may make use of this dramatic ability. Glee Club 113 123 133 1435 Vice President Class 1335 Senior Play 1435 Secretary Civic League 1135 Secretary European History Club 1235 Varsity Debating Team 1435 Operetta 113 123 1335 Comet Staff 1435 President of Dramatic Club 1435 Oratorical Contest. E241 fm. , IDA GEORGE X X 4 "Ida" Desires to be-Nurse Destined to be-Somebody's Cook Ida is quiet but everything about her spells friendliness. She can drive many blues away when she starts singing. Be- sides this she also possesses artistic ability. With all her outside activities, she never fails to study her lessons. Keep up your fine work and your future will be bright. Glee Club 123 133 1433 Comet Staff 1433 Operetta. 123. MELVIN JONES "J0nesle" Desires to be-Bookkeeper Destined to be-Chauffeur Although "Jonesie" lives out of town he spends much of his time in Nazareth. We owe many thanks to "Jonesie" and his Ford, for he is always willing to' help us with anything we desire. A bit of fire can sometimes be detected in his countenance .but his good nature usually prevails. Best of luck, "Jonesie." Operetta 1333 Senior Play 1433 Football Manager 1433 Glee Club 133 1433 Comet Staff 1433 Athletic Council 1433 Class Basketball 123 133 143. MILDRED I-IAUBERT "Mil" Desires to be-An Author ' Destined to be-A Housekeeper "Mil" is generally the instigator of our social gatherings. She is truly good- matured and full of fun, but on occasion can be equally serious. She has many friends and many interests, not the least of which is the Comet. Wherever you go or what- ever you do, "Mil", our best wishes go with you. Class Historian 113 123 133 1433 Associate Comet Editor 1433 Glee Club 113 123 133 1433 Secretary 1333 Debating Team 1333 Operetta 113 1333 Senior Play 1433 Second Prize Oratorical Contest 1333 Assistant Secretary Class 1333 Secretary Dramatic Club 143. l25l The 1929 Comet The 1929 Comet WARREN KAI-ILER "Windy" Desires to be-Civil Service Employee Destined to be--Long Distance- Mover "Windy" always helps the class in any project it undertakes but he never fails to add humor to the task. "Windy's" inter- ests however are not restricted to Nazareth, but extend to the surrounding countryside. We know you'll succeed, "Windy," it you keep that happy go lucky attitude to- ward life. Football Sub 123 133g Class Basketball 123 133 143g Comet Staff 1435 .Senior Play 1433 Glee Club 143. A flu '--it If V fr K ' 'WQJZA U4 V 'F' V, . ,N X V. HELEN HEOKMAN fl' C --Helen" Desires to be-Music Teacher Destined to be-Concert Pianist Helen possesses the rare virtue of quietness. But nevertheless, under the surface, we find lots of good humor and mirth. When we have Helen in our miust, we never lack a good pianist. She can al- ways be depended upon to know and have her studies.- May you go ahead in lite as you have in school. b Glee Club 14 3. CHARLES LEHR "Charlie" Desires to be-Detective Destined to be-Electrical Engineer Whether at work or at play we're al- ways glad to have "Charlie" with us for he adds fun to the party or pep to the task. With the great interest which he shows in mechanical and electrical contrivances we're sure "Charlie" will be successful. Come-t Staff 1433 Senior Play 143: Class Baseball 113 1335 'Class Basketball 113 123 133 143. 1261 JOHN MAUGONIGLE "John" rs , 4 x. n - a:'1 .' il.. 15' ' is. ' .wg :sry Na 4 N 5 Desires to be-A Business Man Destined to be-Comedian John always appears to be quiet and yet it is usually he who sets the class in an uproar. John puts into practice the motto, "Haste makes waste," for one ne-ver sees him in a hurry. In whatever you under- take as your life work, the class ot '29 wishes your success. HESTER KREIDLER "Hes" Desires to be-Music Teacher Destined to be-Ford Expert Aside from a chainpion talker, Hester has shown herself to be a worthy asset to our class. As a member of the Comet staff she has thoroughly proved her ability. In addition to school work she is also taking ia course in automobiling. However we feel certain that success to Hester is assured. Civic League Secretary 1115 ' History Club Secretary 1215 Class Treasurer 1213 Assistapt Treasurer 131 1415 Student Council 131 1415 Secret y of Student Council 1415 Glee Q nb' 1315 President Glee Club 141 5 Orcheltta C11 123 C31 141: Secretary 1415 Dramatic Club 1415 Comet Staff 141. RUSSELL METZGAR "'Metzgal"' Desires to be-Naval Oillcer Destined to be--Electrical Engineer "Metzgar" has always taken a promin- ent part in class activities. His part in - athletics should also be highly commended. "Metzgar," although a member of the Academic section has a great deal of inter- est in Commercial students. Here's wish- ing you loads of luck in the future. Student Council 111 121 1315 Secretary 5 131 3 Senior Play 1415 Operetta 1315 President, Literary Society 1415 - President Athletic Association 1415 vice President 1315 Business Manager Comet 1415 Baseball 121 131 1413 , Basketball 111121131141, Captain 1415 Football 121 131 141. E271 'JT 'V F1-' f-I f '7 557' TY? f'f5Wf"f:'I fm? ' 25' - 'F 'L 1547, -1 fi .?51,'-..4sgF'15'.tamg ep 4.-' --V' L . 52 The 1929 Comet uf If '. " fi at ' :fl The 1929 Comet 1 I I 1 x GRACE LA UDIG 1 "Idllldlgn Desires to be-Private Secretary ' Destined to be-Lawyer Grace has not only one talent, but many. She has shown her ability along many lines. Whenever she determines to do anything it's sure to be done. She is willing to help in class affairs and is game for a good time. We're sure you will make your life worthwhile, Grace. Comet Staff 1435 Class Play 1435 Treasurer Literary Society 143g Dramatic Club 1435 Class Treasurer 1335 Debating Team 1335 Vice President Civics League 113. DAVID MICHAEL "Dave"-"'Kl'ibble"' Desires to be-Athletic Coach Destlned to be-Major League Pitcher A "Dave's" forte is athletics. As our football and base-ball captain and as a mem- ber of the varsity basketball team "Dave" has certainly contributed his share to sports. He can also be a good student, but prefers to leave "well enough alone." 'Nut said about this, "Dave", but here are our best wishes for a successful future. Football 123 133 1435 Captain 143: Class Basketball 123 1335 Varsity Basketball 143: Sub 1333 Baseball 113 123 133 1435 Captain 1435 Class Play 143. ANNA LERCI-I "Lerchie" Desire-s to be-Nurse Destined to be-Married "Lerchie" is full of pep and fun. She is one of our few basketball players. But her interests aren't c-entered only on ath- letics, for they vary from studies to the suburbs of Nazareth. We're sure Anna will succeed in all she undertakes. Varsity Basketball 1333 Secretary Athletic Association 1435 Glee Club 1131231331435 President 143-sg Civic League Treasurer 1135 Dramatics Club Treasurer 1435 Assistant Class Secretary 123 1435 Comet Board 1435 Operetta 113. 281 5--W .gwu-ra 1:0 - 4,32 - -.. at nav ,gq v. -. ,V . -,.,,, ..-::. :gnu it -d .1 , ' . w il. , in y K., yn' I' , L Q: f Q f fi. . " - , . 1fs. r .!I:i f t ier:-A .- - f-rf -- . 'A' H.. 't 'Wi A W:..f,'-Jw, , ' , :'z VH N" ii -3 ' X " fs' ' K+'-fc . ."jg f . - i.t',1'u- u ' A-.'---Q. . , M ., . , we 'rf' .L EVELYN SUI-IEETZ "Eb" Desires to be-Private Secretary Destined to be-Champion Typist "Eb" is one of our few quiet commer- cial girls, but then, you don't know her. She is always ready for work as well as play. Evelyn is a mighty fine student and if we were all as accurate typists, there would be no need for erasers. Keep up your good record "Eb." . Glee Club 113 1433 Secretary 1435 Comet Staff 1435 European History Club President 1233 Dramatic Club 143 5 Publicity Staff 1435 Student Council 113 1433 ' Comet Typist 143. HAROLD ROHN "'Ro0hnie" Desires to be-A Cabinet Maker Destined to be-A Carpenter Whenever scenery is to be made, or something is to be fixed, we- call on "Rohnie." "Rohnie," one of our hardest workers, can always be depended upon to do more than his share in the affairs of the class. With this characteristic, we feel certain that Harold's success is assured. Football 123 1335 Industrial Art Prize 123 133g Debating Team 133, Operetta 1335 Basketball Manager 1435 Athletic Council 1433 Assistant Baseball Manager 1335 Comet Staff 1433 Class Basketball 123 133 143, Second Prize in Bird House Building Contest 133. GLADYS Sl-IOOK "Sh00kie" Desires to be-A Business Woman - ' Destined to be- Manager of the Newburg Dance Hall She is an energetic young lady and what she accomplishes she sure does with heart and will. Gladys has always been a mathematical shark but nevertheless has been 'very adaptive in all her other subjects. However her life is not all work for she is one of our enthusiastic dancers. What- ever you do, Gladys, we know you will succeed. Glee Club 1433 Comet Staff 1435 Basketball Sub 143' Class Team 133. E291 The 1929 Comet . A, 1 The 1929 Comet DONALD BOTH "Don' ' Desires to be-Contractor Destined to be-Doll House Builder We don't attempt to prove "Don" a student, but he has shown that he has real ability as a worker. We have no better evidence ot this than his success as a mem- ber of this year's football team. May good fortune go with you in all you undertake. Varsity Football 1435 Sub 1335 Class Baseball 113 123 133 1435 A NNA STEM "Stemy" Desires to be-Somebody's Housekeeper Destined to be-Somebody's "Stenog" "Stemy's" success is not the result of her blushes and talkativeness but sincere effort backed by an abundance of energy. Since Anna is an excellent typist we feel that her success in business is assured. Class Secretary 113 123 133 1435 Basketball Sub 143, Class Team 1335 Glee Club 113 1235 Operetta 1135 Secretary Civic League 1135 Comet Staff 1435 Comet Typist 1435 Cheer Leader 143. , CLARK SERFASS "St-iffy" Desires to be-Civil Engineer Destined to be-Chain Store Manager During this, his last year in high school, "Stiffy" has shown his ability as 9, varsity football center and has proved himself an excellent addition to the team. His gradu- ation wlll leave a big gap in next year's squad. He has always been a hard and determined worker and we know he will succeed in whatever he attempts. Varsity Football 1435 Varsity Baseball 1335 Sub 1135 Class Basketball 1435 - Glee Club 113 123 1335 Student 'Council 143. l30J SAMUEL SHIMER "Sam" Desires to be-Manufacturer Destined to be- Drummer in a Jazz Orchestra "Sam" possesses a keen sense of humor which never fails to brighten .the spirits of his classmates. He is also very active in all athletics. He has taken a prominent part in various other school activities. Your classmates wish you the best of luck. Class President 111 1213 Vice President 1413 Student Council 111 1213 Vice President 1113 Vice President Literary Society 1113 . Freshman Current Events Prize 1113 European History Prize 1213 Manual Training Prize 1213 Debating 1213 Ass't Comet Editor 141' Alumni Oratorical Prize 1313 Magazine Campaign Manager 1413 Orchestra 121 1351 1413 Varsity Basketball 111 121 131 1413 Varsity Baseball 111 121 131 1413 Varsity Football 121 131 1413 Senior Play 141. MARGARET WUNDERLY "Peggy" Desires to be-Art Teacher Destined to be-Modiste . The art work of this "Comet" is large- ly due to the efforts of "Peg." As you page thru this book remember that the M. W. on the drawings signifies Margaret's work. Her happy nature and friendliness to every- one makes her a welcome addition to any group, Girls Basketball Manager 1413 Athletics Council 1413 Comet Staff 141. HAROLD VVOLFE "Tuffy" Desires to be-Storekeeper Destinedx to be-Fruit Vender "Tutfy's'l ribs are his weakest spot for he is the most ticklish boy we've ever known. However, ticklishness is not his only characteristic for he has successfully proved his ability as an athlete. Harold is a fine worker and a worthwhile asset to any organization. We are coniident he will be a success in whatever he attempts. Varsity Football 1413 sub 1313 Varsity Baseball 131 1413 Class Basketball 141. E311 The 1929 Comet The 1929 Comet IN MEMORIAM Cgzxtheriue Merlzheiser Our Beloved and Honored Classmate Died April 22. 1927 Dropped by the Wayside '33 The following students have been left by the way- side during our lout' years course through Nazareth lligh School. Kenneth Barrall Anna Bowers Lena Chapman Donald lfehr jeannette Fleischman lilsie lfogel Gussie Frantz Marjorie Gruhe l eonard lloadly Allrieda lleckman XX'illiam Alendricks Warren Knecht Mae Koch David Kram Palmer limlenmoyer Miriam Martin Sherwood Messmger livelyn Meyers Gladys Miller Nlantana Millheim Irma Morgan Lillian Nicholas Mary Noll Marie Nonnemacher Harold Peters Edith Petterson Edwin Pritchard Victor Remaley Russell Rinker Kermit Schlegel Miriam Sloggett lilorence Schmickle Pauline Snyder Albert Sobers Margaret Yan Buskirlc lfllen Walters tilatlierine Werkheiscr l ucile Wunderly it Deceased L32 CLASS PROPH ECY The 1929 Comet 'Yli NISYISR Ylfl had the opportunity ol' telling you all the things that happened several years ago. liut now, since l have a liew spare minutes, l'm goinv to put Z5 the lacts down in black and white so that you can get them without having an endless speech imposed upon you at a time when you may be busy. lt was a beautilul day in lall--1 DCl0l3L'I' 38, logo, to be exact-just the kind ol day that seems to make your spirits bulge out and nearly explode. 'llhe bleak grayness of autumn hadn't yet come upon the earth. The air had a happy sort ol snap about it, and tht sky above was a bright. piercing blue with little wisps ol' ileeey clouds like an ocean at sunny noon, with white. loamy waves rolling upon it. .Xll nature was at its best, as we drove along toward Philadelphiag lirom the huge trees which bordered the road to the little grasses in the fields, all seemed at their prime, as il' they knew that soon they would be called to sleep. lt was ll15llllllC NX eek. and beqause ol' the vacation, several Irlends and I had decided to visit the city. f :zzz I , . ll .-2-Fa, ,H ,fi ...x, iv vi ' .., .-. 5- 7-.ff ji - . ,T . .Y-I, -xii K K' ' v w q-'gy rr! -I fx vr T. - fv. vw .rv ft .. K gg, N F 1 K 1 x I 'V' - 'v v r ' K if-evr.,,'1,m ,I , . ' "Fiqh-, Q' i' 1 ,A,,3.,, The 1929 Comet We entered Philadelphia at no a. m., and drove immediately to the Sesqui- Centennial grounds. As we entered the driveway, I decided that the day just mustn't pass without at least one nice adventure, or something really exciting hap- pening. 'At last we were on the Sesqui grounds, and after hnding a parking place so many feet from the corner without a tire plug in front of it, or a "no parking" sign near it, we hnally left the machine. Since my friends and I had different ideas as to which exhibits were worth while, we all decided to go by ourselves, in order to avoid unnecessary disagree- ments and waste of time. So we said goodbye till luncheon time, and each took a separate path. I strolled along, stopping here and there to look at little novelties which were displayed. Then I made my way into the Pennsylvania Building where I spent about half an hour. After that, I went into the India Building. As soon as I had entered, the atmosphere seemed changed. The smell of oriental perfumes made the air actually heavy, and dark-skinned men stood at every booth offering richly embroidered tapestries and odd novelties. l walked around several times, and then started for the back door of the building. just before reaching it, I was attracted by someone standing in the main aisle. It was an old man. Herhad a somewhat dark skin, to which age had not been' kind. He had a large mustache and a snowy beard which reached almost to his waist. On his head was a turban of gay material, fastened in front with a ruby pin. His face bore a depressed and forsaken look, and as I gazed at him, I saw that his hands trembled. I wondered whether he had been unsuccessful in his sales, so I just stepped up and asked him what he was selling. He turned a pair of tired brown eyes upon me, and said, "Oh, missee, what I have, you no can hold, you can feel not. You would not want it. Youth of this America, want'jewels, candy, perfume. They not want this immaterial. I give you just a vision." Now my curiosity was aroused. I thought of you classmates, and wondered if perhaps I couldn't get just a peep into the future. I asked the old gentleman. He said: "Yes, come, what time you want to see?" I lnwardly, I was amused at myself for doing such a seemingly foolish thing, so, laughing to myself, I said: "Oh, about 1940. That will do." So saying, I Entered a small tapestry covered room. E341 ,,, V, ,. , . . . ,.-A I , X at , , , . I . . 4 A pi .-,flak 'P ,Mt 8. I M Ji ai , . -fi"Zff ,if i . 5, a UF' 1 '. Q: il,-X: . - ..'z,j ' ix -rf A- . . .W N- .. -fx..,f1m1Q.z...Eiinhi'.'ir.ra..--fr if xQLniaea..f.ktse??ti-dr' r- -'ri' 'rf- 'r - The 1929 Comet When l had seated myself on the little bench, the old gentleman called in a shaking voice, "Grelia, turn on the nitrous oxidf' Then l began to get scared. What in the world was going to happen? But just then the man turned to me, and told me not to think of anything but just to relax. Then a young girl came through the doorway and pressed a small button. Soon l began to laugh, and the first thing l knew, l was just flying through space. lt was a most unusual sensation. Then suddenly l entered a beautiful woodland. The sun was just rising and the land was flooded with beauty. As l walked along the wooded paths flowers sprang at my feet, and at my left a stream flowed along. The water in it rippled, although its path was strewn with rocks and hindrances, which it passed over with difficulty. As I walked along, l heard the most beautiful music. lt just seemed to be life itself, personified by melodious tunes. l came to a road, and soon heard, honk. honk, and before l knew it, a machine had stopped by my side, and a voice familiar to me, said, "Would you care to drive to town with me. I assure you it will be more pleasant than walking." l turned and whom should l see but my old friend, Warren johnson. "Why Warren, where am l, and what are you doing here?" "You're in l94o," he said. f'Yes, l know, but it extends over the whole world." 'fWell, this is France, and l'm here selling this kind of car. Like it? ay the way, l heard you were hunting antiques in London and Spain." "Yes l was, but l want to get a steamer for old U. S. A., and well, l just must have gotten lost. l'm so glad you came along." "We,re heading for gay Paree now, and then l'll see that you get to England tomorrow, so you can sail lor the states. l'd like to go home myself, but business is too pressing. Do you remember Stanley Clewell? Well, he's here in Paris posing for an exclusive tailor." "Reallyl l remember Stanley always was rather good-looking. l imagine he brings lots of customers." Having arrived at Paris, l registered at a Gne hotel. As l wrote my name, my eyes strayed up the page and l was surprised to? see f'Grace Dennis" written above. lwas just wild to see her. At dinner time l waited in the lobby until Grace approached. We had quite a chat in the dining room, and Grace told me she was the private secretary of a wealthy New Yorker, and had been doing T351 ,dl Qyiagg '. K ' .,. , - -1.-iffy! ' I J I f. s ,. 7 E ,, L 1+ 4 '32-ge-.- -159' ...IFR The 1929 Comet special work for him. And more wonderful, she would accompany me homeward the next day. During our talk, Grace told me several interesting things. "You remember Clark, don't you? Well, he and his young bride were at this hotel just a week ago, enroute on their honeymoon." isn't that lovely." "David Michael and his partner are investigating some mining proposition in China." "Oh, l certainly hope they'll be successful. That's quite risky at times." That evening Grace and l attended a theatre. l simply gazed when the curtain was drawn -up. Why wasn't that?-Yes, it must be-of course. It was our old classmate, john McGonigle. He had become a very noted French actor. I looked at my program, and the next number was a concert by M. Guillaume. "Why, you know that's Bill Altemose. He's a wonderful violinist. They say he practices in the woods, just to get nature's sounds in his playing." So that explained the music l had heard in the woodland. - "Two days afterwards, Grace and I boarded the S. S. Winchester." , As we entered the dining salon fornlunch, I heard someone murmur, "Here comes the United States Ambassador to Poland with his wife and daughter." l turned around, and whom should l see but Margaret Wunderly. So Peggy had married an ambassador! He was very nice looking, and their little girl was too cute for words: Margaret didn't see us, so we didn't get to talk to her. Grace and I walked out on deck, and I picked up a New York paper, which someone brought on the ship. l read the headlines of a murder, and a few lines from the top it said, "Detective Lehr has several clues and is working steadily on the case." And there before my eyes was a picture of Charlie. lt certainly was most interesting to hear about everybody. . .Then my eyes rested on another column, 'fWinner of great swimming match at London"-Donald Roth from the United States. My, so Donald had been abroad and won a great honor. just then l turned around and saw another familiar face. lt was my old friend Anna Lerch, wasn't it? Yes. - ' ' "WhyaAnna," I said, "What in the world--" I 36 1 W., -I.. .rl .lf X '1 5 1 'I 1.,6L:skgi.Tz l . 333 'Tier 2 ,vat V I V-I V45 xi, j , . in-ir'ira1H.:as, , '- 'gf' ' .' , .. Q,-of ' 11.1, f'-f .:-. .. '5 ' I . 1 I 5- . 1 - , ' . .. ns, 211'-' W ' ' " l ' f 'f .. 'Pl H.-,vi u ,A-, j ...N-3 1 V. , 'FH ' ' . .- , .. . ,y i'.'.S-.I-f" .Ll-.1-"-..i fr t, .I-HS' 'wsibezimdz 1. -Hffhtai aaa.: as..-1 .f f Queeg iiaaiaamamm Lim The 1929 Comet "Oh, don't worry, l'm just coming from Paris. 'l have a little gown shop on Fifth Avenue in New York, and l've just been to France, purchasing goods. llow are you both?" "We're Hne, but do tell us all you know about everybody." "Well, you've heard about Minnie, surely." KKNOFH f'You haven'tP She's the owner of a wonderful hair dressing parlor in New York. She's known all over the country for the beautiful permanents she gives. Iler shop is just across from mine." "lndeedI Well, I must go and see her, as soon as I have a minute's time." "And you know," continued Anna, 'fthat Harold Wolfe is captain of this boat." f'Is he? My goodness, I don't believe many of our classmates are in old Nazareth." We had a lovely time reminiscing old times, the few days we were on the boat, but when we docked at Norfolk, Va., I was glad to be on native soil again. Grace had business to transact in Washington, D. C., so in the meantime we went to visit Anna Stem. She was happily married, and lived in a lovely home at Norfolk. While we were lunching with her, Anna called us to the window to see an airplane fly past. She told us it was her husband on his way to Washington and every single day she watches him go by. ln the afternoon, I hastened with Grace to Washington, where she was to meet her employer. I decided to enjoy myself in the Capitol city, while she was busy. I passed a building which was thronged with people, and I decided to inquire what was going on. "What is it?" I asked one of the spectators. "Senator Rohn is delivering a speech on the Republican nominee for presidentf' I made my way through the crowded doorway. It couldn't be Harold, my old friend! Sure enough, whom should I see and hear but Harold Rohn, delivering a wonderful speech? I couldn't wait to speak to him, so I continued my inspection of the city. E371 gi ,... ur- .,..- H. fr wr MH Gslgrrm The 1929 Comet Soon l came to a field, and the Hrst person who drew my attention was a man who stood very erectly. I saw a blur of eighteen gold discs on a field of blue, and then I overheard a younger man speaking to him. "Commander Metzgar, may l use your plane for an hour?', "Yes, but be sure to be back within that time." "Yes, sir." ' Why that was Russell Metzgar. He had become one of the commanders at Annapolis. l looked at my watch and had only ten minutes to meet Grace and get the train for New York, so I hastened on. We arrived in New York the next morning and took a Windy Taxicab. l was terribly surprised, for inside was a paper on which it stated that Warren Kahler was the president of the company. T just as we stepped out of the car, whom should we see but Mary Dry in the midst of the Broadway crowd. We stopped her and the three of us made our way into the Hotel. Mary told us that she had been teaching English in Brooklyn, but was leaving for Nazareth in a few days to prepare for her wedding which was going to take place within a month. She had planned to make her home in the dear old town. We had quite a chat with Mary. She told us that Hester was the Dean of women, at Syracuse, and all the girls simply adored her. rx And do you know about Carl Beitel." "No, how is he?" N Ar Well, he took up scientific farming at Penn State. Then he purchased a farm in Alaska and is simply piling up money by growing strawberries so large, that eight till a quart box." "lsn't that marvelous." "And lda George married the poet, Byron Swaine. They're living out West in a delightful paradise of their own." We talked of various things and decided to phone Hester, and all take a trip up the Hudson the next day. The river was simply beautiful, and about noon, we came in sight of West Point. We had an hour to remain here, so we went ashore, and started to stroll lQ3'81 X Ji i , ' - I 1-. 1, 'S 1 T -- V. ff ilafurf- 1.2251-i-ita.T1 The 1929 Comet through the grounds. As we approached the chapel, I saw a long line of cadets on both sides of the entrance. I asked a gentleman what the excitement was. "There's been a wedding," he said. As we drew nearer, I heard an organ, and soon I saw a bride and groom come from the church and pass under an archway of swords. It was very beautiful. As they approached, whom should the groom happen to be but Samuel Shimer, and the bride was simply charming. Of course we couldn't delay them, so we went into the church to hear the music. When we were entering whom should we see at the organ but Helen Heck- man. We approached Helen. "How are you," we exclaimed, "and why are you here?" She told us that she was the organist in the chapel. We talked over old times and Helen said, l'You remember Gladys Shook, don't you? Well she is traveling out West with a very wealthy family. And Walter Bachman is doing work for the government in South America. He's dis- covered a new transparent metal, which is very useful." "Yes, I always thought Pete would do research work." We went back to New York, and the next afternoon arrived in Nazareth. Where Nazareth Hall now stands was a large hospital, and Grace Buss was the head nurse. We called on her and she told us that Melvin jones was the owner of a large theatre in Allentown. As we passed through the hospital grounds, whom should we see but Grace Laudig. She had her son with her. She told us she lived in Connecticut but was visiting town, and showing her little boy her girlhood home. 'iliy the way, where is Evelyn P" I asked. "Oh, she and her husband own a summer resort in the Poconos. She is there nowf' We all took a bus for the High School, and were riding along when suddenly there was a terrible collision, and the first thing I knew, I was handing two dollars to the dark-skinned gentleman. IVI. IVI. I-I. ,ZQ I39l " MILDRED HAUBERT-"The Story Girl" eg ., - A . . ., 1 x PWA 1 mf . L9 'T hi X: wif L 1 Th , .J -1 4 . fi 53 , ' s 4 4 V W 49 1' A Y st, 1 , AL l N Q I J as 0 l E i l nf N . W Y f l 4 r, N 4 Y 4. , . , 1- W W Y r, Y Y .1 w i l 4 I N A N , J 1. ,J Lf.-1,4,' . !'?',', :gr-1 5, 1 .v- . , 4:- R?FEf"ff'vfL 'E',fr?q'?1f'3Lgw" ' fm'-A-A"?'.--,""N--Wffiff v L' Q. . 'f L -A x JuEl,.., I LE . L, ,.p V, A V 4 v . uv . 4 wi: .M , - , V A 1,7 t ,Ji . k 17 .l v in V3 51 P L' M ,V 1 , f I I ' 'gn-LF, ailgfik lm fum., -' L. 9' rv, 51: :C e 1929 Comet 4 - ,YQ W' Sv v A U .5 51 1-f' .Q 'v - . A... .fix FAX wig M is 'fy J!-I '46 52 xg 1,4 A F' The Senipfs Reading List FIQSQ A I V ' Aff? , ff XVILLIAM AL1EMDSELEf"Tbe 'First Violin' MINNIE APPLEGATE9-"Speedy" , 0 A . , QI A WALTER BACH NLAN-f'Power and Glory" A CARL BEITEL-"Wl167l a Man's a Man" A, fi GRACE Buss-"The Red Haired Girl" -'l- ' A V 4V'l STANLEY CLEWELL-Q-AKTIJC Sheik" . , Q L ' -GRACE DENNls-"Durst Esk" A A MARY DRY-"This Passion Called Love". 1 A IDA GEORGE--"My Best Girl" J 'Ii A - HELEN HECKxvxAN-"Seventeen" R I -,L A WARRENAJOHNSON-"ThE joyous Trouble Maker" R'le , MELVIN joNEsf-"We"' Q Q WARREN KAHLER-'KMJM to Man" HESTER KREIDLER--"Her Man" GRACE LAUDIG-"The Hunted Woman" A CHARLES LEHR--"We Live But Once" gfifg R ANNA LERCH-HA Suitor Too Many" A A -IOHN MCGONIGLE-ICLBQUB Me With a Smile" A T RUSSELL METZC-AR-"Men of the Ages" h DAVID MICHAEL-"A Gentleman of Courage" fx HAROLD RoHN-"Last of the Great Scouts" I l DONALD Rom-"A Man Under Authority" S EVELYN SCHEETi.-- The Man and the Moment CLARK SERFAS5- Six Feet Four A SAMUEL SHIMER A Son of His Father GLADYS Suoox Saturdays Child ANNA STEM Gentlemen Prefer Blondes HAROLD WOLFE The Valley of Silent Men MARGARE1 VJUNDBRLY If Winter Comes 'ls E401 AW in . . y W .. ., 4 1 xr n K I T 3 ' ' n ' nf' 5- r - x . . Za sr: , , ff A 33 ,V 1 51 1 ' u - . A. . ' , 'RLS' .91 X .-. 1 . 51 5 3" X ' . mix 1' .1-- ' N u 1: -" W. W .... 'af-f h U ' V in " . f ,, - . '. L Y ' isis" 1 , " ' ,' LZ TSS, - ' X ' , ' n - n A iff-V 1 , . ' jg. wit Q54 - ' - L-32. 5 I I ' sl- v 1 . , gf' , . , 1 is-. ' L-1541 in R 2 r A , 7 1:5 '.-. 521 , , L .AQ ip. fif. rf .5 1 fx- Jm nil.. ' Ns. ' .+- g4,x-- 1-git ' Q -4 ' ' ' . Inf- up YT -- 1, f: - ' . Le , -H 1 ,....?.A1'.s The 1929 Comet Last: Will and Testament of the Class of IQZQ tg? the Senior Class ol the Nazareth lligh School, in the Borough of Nazareth. in the County of Northampton, in the state ol Pennsylvania, in the United States of America, realizing that our sojourn at this tlear institution is drawing to a close and believing most ol' us to be ol' sountl mintl, tlo hereby make public this, our last will and testament. l. 'lio the whole school our ability lor getting into trouble. ll. 'lo the -luniors we bequeath the hartl work that awaits them in their Senior year. lll. lo the Sophomores our tlignity which will probably make them worthy ol' being upper classmen. IY. 'lo the lireshmen hallfol our knowledge which will be enough for All ol them. Y. 'lhe following qualities we tlistribute as personal gills to those whom we tleem worthy ol such bequests. I, Minnie pXpplegate's and llelen l'lcckman's quietness to Nlary Schlegel. Although we know this will not sullice we leel sure that it will be a great aitl. I5 P7 2. William .'Xltemose's musical ability to all the cornet players to aitl them in playing some melody during orchestra practice. 3. Walter l3achman's executiye ability to the Presitlent ol' the junior Class. 'lihis will aitl in guitling them thru their Senior year. 4. Carl l3eitel's speetl and grace to Ralph Slonaker. .-X combination o the two will make a great toe tlancer ol' Ralph. 5. Grace Busss retl tresses antl complexion to Oliver liahler. 'lhese will put some light on the subject. l-ill WF' EW. lv tl CY nf The 1929 Comet o. Stanley Clewell's way with women to William Karch. May you be a heartbreaker next year. H 7. Grace Dennis's modesty and girlish walk to Mary Manck to help her in remaining a girl. 8. Mary Dry's sentimental ways to Milo Meixell. 9. Mildred Haubert's impunctuality to all those that are tardy. IO. lda George's vocal ability to all members of next year's Girl's Glee Club. 1 1. Warren johnson's ability to bluff to joseph Fox. Perhaps this will aid in keeping out of mischief. 12. Melvin jones' Ford to those students coming to N. H. S. next year from Chapman's Quarries. 13. Warren Kahler's aid to any class who wishes some moving to be done. ' 14. Hester Kreidler's poetic ability to Vernon Buzzard. 15. Grace Laudig's dependability to Emmet Young. 16. Charles Lehr's good nature to whoever needs it. 17. Anna Lerch's ability to keep slender to Dorothy Shafer. 18. Russell Metzgar's ability in managing this Comet to next year's busi- ness manager. 19. David Michael's easy-going manner to Ethel Leh. zo. john McGonigle's ability to make wise-cracks in class and get away with it to all those that don't get away with it. 21. Harold Rohn's hearty laugh to Virginia Hummel. 22. Donald Roth's poker face to George Hangen. 23. Clark Serfass's height to Earl Laudig. 24. Evelyn Scheetz's cheery disposition to all those that take Exams too seriously. 25. Gladys Shook's knowledge of the plumbing trade to Kermit Knecht. This should make you a great aid to your father, Kermit. 26. Anna St'em's blushes to Kathryn Engle. 27. Harold Wolfe's suppressed mirth to john Memmert. 28. Margaret Wunderly's industriousness to Sherwood Messinger. Lastly, we give to those who follow us all the success that they desire in making next year's Comet the best ever. ln Witness Whereof, we hereunto set our hand and seal, this first day of june, Nineteen Hundred and Twenty-Nine. SIGNED: C1.Ass OF 1929 ATTESTS: WALTER Baci-11v1AN MILDRED HAUBERT SAMUEL S1-11MER E421 Set-' ' 5' -tr. Eel .,... . The 1929 Comet JUNIOR CLASS Junior Qjicers '93 President VIRGINIA I'IUIvIIvIEL Vice Presjdwzi St3C7'l.'ftlTAl' Woolukoxx' ITULS EVELYN KhI.I.IiR Treasurer ETIIEI. LEH lssisI'a1If Seziretary-Trealszwer Ilisz'0riaI1 KATII,xIzINIi ROHN 'I'IIEI.M.I Iimuss Class Colors Scarlet lllid While E431 may-1 ff. A 5 . ,sag fi The 1929 Comet Junior Class History '93 T NOTHER year has drawn swiftly to its close and we look with something akin to regret that we have almost completed our course. We watch. the Seniors leave and realize that in an incredibly short time we shall follow in their footsteps. As we look back to the time when we entered the school as Freshmen it seems impossible that we have passed three years in these halls. This year we have given some of our members to the football, basketball, and baseball teams as in previous years. Our class has been well represented in the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs. On December the seventh, the Senior reception was held in the gymnasium, which was trimmed in scarlet and gray in honor of the guests. Cards and dancing were the entertainment of the evening. At this time we express our sincere hope that when we leave Nazareth High we too shall leave behind something worthy of remembrance. THELMA KNAUSS, Historian. Class Roll '33 MARY' ACHENBACH-"Honest labor profits much" ANNA BREINIG-"She's witty to talk with and pretty to walk with" Woonkow BRONG-l'H6 is wise if I can judge of him" lDELLA BRousE-"A thrilling silent life" NETTIE DECH-"In a perpetual flutter and whisper" STEPHEN DUSINSKI--UA perpetual tease" - STERLING FRACE-"Actions speak louder than words" lWlNERVA FRANTZ-"Our saleswornanu jAcoB FRAUNFELDER-H740 laugh with both our eyes is better than to think" Woonkow Ful.s-"A gentleman in every sense of the word" KATHLEEN GORMAN-"The best behaved girl in the class" I 44 1 The MARION HEYER-'7Rosy cheeks and brown eyes" MIKE HOWELL-ILNO fooling, I did study once" VIRGINIA HUIvIIvIEL-"A budding athlete" IRMA ITTERl.Y-IKWB thought t'was the roll of a drum but t"was only her merry self" FLORENCE KAI-ILER-"A good athlete" EVELYN KELLER-UA noble spirit she possesses" TI-IELMA KNAUSS-"Looking for, calling for, askingfor, seeking for" KERMIT KNECI-IT-"Get the oil for the cornet" MARGARET KNECHT-16011, how she does love a uniform" ETHEL LEH--'rB6'ZJUt11'6 the Freshman sheiks" MILDRED MABUS-'ASIJE likes to be in the Hudson" CARL MARCKS-A'.4 great friend of Gum" -IOHN MEMMERT-.rP06tS are born, not made" NIILO MEIXELL-Irsmdll but mightyu SHERWOOD MESSINGER-'rN0t a cough in a carload" ELWOOD METZ-IAOMT baker boy" RALPH METZ-"Forget the women" BEATRICE lX'1lLI,HOU5E-IKHZT air had a meaning, her movements a grace" JANET RINKER--HTIJ8 better she is known the better she is liked" KATHARINE ROI-IN-"Wake up little girl" LOTTIE ROTI-Iw"The Basketball Captain" VINCENT SANDERCOCK-HTIJE joy of the ladies" MARY SCHLEGEL--H5196 needs no eulogy, she speaks for herself" lVlYRA SHUPP-HA friend to all" jol-IN SMITH--1474176 Class Orator" PAULINE SNYDER---"A merry heart lives long" XVILLIAM TEEL-"Quiet, without exception" I..UELI.A XVUNDERLY-111,711 always in haste, but never in a hurry .9 .V ? ? ? ? LEROY YOUNG-MONT chief mechanic" I 45 I 1929 Comet The 1929 Comet I461 ?5Wff?'fW735i"'ff' ' " f The 1929 Comet V SOPHOMORE CLASS Sophomore O cers' '23 President EDVVARD CHRISTMAN Vice President ' Secretary E1.E,xNoR Gmo EARL Iedwmo Treasurer EWIRIAM REIMER , A ssisfant Secretary-Treasurer Historian PETER YEISLEY MARION KERN Class Colors Blue and Silver Gray E471 The 1929 Comet Sophomore Class History NU'I'llliR YISAR has passed, and looking backward we find ourselves weil pleased with the record of this, our second year in Nazareth High School. Many of our members have participated in the athletic, musical and literary activities of the school. During the year. we engaged in several inter-class contests, winning second prize in the Lyceum campaign and many individual rewards in the magazine drive. We selected our colors and banners Linder which we hope to carry on a Suc- cessful high school career. On Octobcr 27, pausing from our work for a bit of fun, we gathered to- gether for a llallowe'en party. Prizes for the most pretty, comical and original costumes were awarded to Miriam Reimer, Layton Nicholas and Russell Metzgar. As the year draws to a close we find that we are half way through Nazareth lligh School and we look forward with great hopes and expectations to the third year of our journey. lXllARlON KERN, llistoriart IN Ml MORIAM all nn Died - of -- Ph t Our Beloved and Honored Classmate . january 25th, 1020 E481 The 1929 Comet Class Roll '23 JEROME ANGERT-"We basketball men" EDGAR BABP-flDdMg6Tl Handle with care" PAUL BAYDA-K'H0ld that line" 1 ARTHUR BECK-USEMSE comes with age" CLAYTON BECK-'rMMClJ study is a weariness of the flesh" ANNA BEERS-UAlZUl1,V5 playing-the typewriter" .lWARY BERGER-UQ1tl6f lives are most eloquent" VERNA BERGER-'KA quiet unassuming maid" TONY BOLAS-"I'll give you twice pushes in the face" NELSON BRAMER-NTIJOSE Freshmen girls will be the death of me yet" GEORGE BRONG-"Many a good man was killed in rushing" EDWARD CRISTMAN-H1 just woke up, what happened?" ROBERT DEREAMER-HA little nonsense more or less leads to greater happiness" FAY DIETZ-tlpdjl does what few will, always keeps quiet and still" RUTH DOUGLAS-lfWlJ0 has this problem?" STERLING EILENBERGER--MrGB1Zfl611'l6'71, prefer blondes" KATHRYN ENGLE-"If boys are here, she is near" JOHN FREEMAN-"Come on over sometime when I'm not home" ELEANOR GANO-"Man hater" ? ?' ? ? IELWOOD GINTHEHR-"Sophomore Sheik" DAVID GRIM-H0lJ, what a pest!" BEATRICE GRUEB-"When in doubt be silent" u GEORGE HANGEN-ul prefer the cradle I 49 J 1 TA . I vii t M . 5 . Pl . N 'if N HI 4, . .- .A 1 , I at Qt 4 5. II .PT , 35. sa .. .f ,L I-I' - Mm' ,' 1 , '5 I. . , I '.t, I x.,.,.,.,,,,: ' ' 0 The 1529 Comet EIlWARD HELLICK-"Handsome is as handsome does" GILBERT HELLICR--"Euclid and I" A JAMES' HENRY'-'KHQ knoweth notlthe way of women" HATTIE HocI-I-"Beechnut' is best" PERMAN HUGILIES-ul skipped that part" CARL joI-INsoN4-"I'll try it'? MARGARET joNEs-'lI'm sure of a good time" OLIVER KAIQILER-"Take me for what I ami' iVlLLlANl KARCH-NTIJESC strong silent men" A MARION KERN--ul like scrubsf' E' xVlLLlS KIEFER-'KNOW woke me up too soon" A FRANCIS KocI-I-"Hive got the new record.. .For what? Talking, of course" I STERLING KocI-I-"Basketball Captain-Scrubs" HELEN KUTI-"A pleasing personality" EARL LAUDIG-H1 amirising to a man's work"' MABLE liI.iTz-"She speaks, behaves, and facts as she . should" .R w ROBERT ,MCCLANIQAN-"Green's my color" NELSON MESS,lNGERg-"A happy medium" V EVELYN METz-f-"Wrigley's my best friend" ELLEN MIKscI-I--"A friend of everybody" MARY MoNGuEsA-Q-"Giggle and the world giggles with you!! LAYTON NIcI-IoLAs-P-"Ho'w's this Scotch story?" THELMA NORRlS-- Our future artist JAMES PEPPELL-Q 'A lion among ladies is a dangerous thing FRANK RAIJCLIEFE 4 nuisance in every sense of the 'word CARRIE RADER That eternal smile MIRIAM REIMER Our Basketball star GRACE REMALEY-4 Our prima donna 1501 1 " If ii :lit t I fl U Q ,LL Y n N ,,.' , 5 'k If . : sc ' ' .i"h4-N, . ' -v- , greg ,V . , ,rlix sv 3 , . N 2 it ' ' . Q sy. . . , . I-u Y ' Ir 3 X A N I - cs u t 2 .., --' I . lj. , - ' if V . A if ' n 4 i' , Q ' If Af - ' ' vii 2. 1 r ' if -i 'fi ' X 4 I ,L t V-"1 , ' H .,, t 'Q' L . I V . Qafw Vw? .' , ,uv - " , K "Qtr, . , 4 - - ,.,g -Mi I, 4 I ' msg . The 1929 Comet ROBERT RULOFF-'1What can't'be cured must be en- dured" BEATRICE RUNDLE-HINMSIJES are the color of virtue" CHARLES RUTH-IIWIJE71 will something be invented to make small people grow" IWADELINE SAEGER--"My Wild Irish Rose" BERTHA SAVITZ-"Always industrious" RICHARD SCHUBERT-"Lay down the fiddle and the bow" DOROTHY SHAFER-HTIJF heaviest thinker in the Soph- omore class" ? .9 ? .9 RUSSELL SHAFER-'.C071fi11M6d next year" HAROLD SIMONS-H7716 little giant" XVILMER SIMONS--1171126 more I study the less I know" RALPH SLONAKER-"Quiet, reserved and studious is he" ? ? ? .9 EDWARD SMART-KIHB is quite well named" MARY SMITH-"Modesty is the heart of women" ROHN TRUELL-"'l know 1'm inquisitive but for heav- 1 en's sake keep it dark" FRED UHLER--"Curtain boy" IRWIN UHLER-"Who rnussed my hair?" GLADYS WALKER-"Meek as Moses, fair as roses" lWARTHA WALTERS-"A maiden never bold" GRACE WILLIAMSON-"The better she is known the better she is liked" RALPH WOLFE--"Daddy's helper" SALOME xVOLFEknlfVl?6ll sweet delight a quiet life affords" ANNA WUNDERLY--"All the great women are dying, I don't feel well" Louis XVUNDERLY--Hl'10'w I love athletics" PETER YEISLEY-"Bicycle patrol" EMMET YOUNG-UA model child" E511 The 1929 Comet 2 The 1929 Comet FRESH M AN CLASS Freshman Qffzcers '23 President ABRAM YEAKEL Vice President Secrezfarj' W.xl,T1aR PETERS X'1cToRl.x Koen Treasurer I'I,xR01.n STOUT Assistant Seuefary-Treasurer llistorian EDWARD SIAOYER PEARL I3Rl'rc:11MAN C531 9 I is . .ey'.-.Tram :ww--ir, e -..' ' 'Thi The 1929 Comet Freshman Class History '93 N THE FOURTH of September, nineteen hundred twenty-eight, we, seventy- one boys and girls hrst entered Nazareth High School as students. We were cordially welcomed by the upper classmen. We soon settled down and organized our class under the supervision of the junior Class President. The Freshmen showed their ability by winning many prizes in the magazine campaign and first prize for the largest sale of Lyceum tickets. Manny of our number have also shown an interest in athletics. We sincerely hope that we will be a great credit to dear old Nazareth High. PEARL FRITCHMAN, Historian Class Roll '23 william abel-"0bedient as the day is long" john allen-"Not so good and quiet as he seems" kenneth altemose-"Our basketball star, we hope" margarite applegate-"Specialist in silence" ada bauman-"Where she is, there is laughter" lester beck-"Forever blowing bubbles" lena berger-"Oh, that this too solid flesh would melt" grace breinig-"A little tin soldier" Vernon buzzard-"Always in a hurry" reber chapman-"A nuisance you can't escape" rue cooley-"Freshman Belle" dorothy deichman-"Not so quiet as she seems" i541 ,rw . . ,, "'f"N'i es:ia.:fsL'-J-.stutli,a-,'ae i 'i C. . wwiffw-' "' '1"h"f,:rL" . ' N The 1929 Comet arlene fehnel-J'Her greatest labor is to kill time" joseph fox-"Radio amateur" charles freeman-"Undulatory hair" pearl fritchman-"She admires juniors" john gardener-"Be silent always when you doubt your sense" howard getz-"None but himself could be his parallel" claire gold-"She's the mint of the Freshman Class" walter greensweig-"The blushing country boy" roy hllhH-AKHE never did harm that I know of" lesler hartman-"A true humorist" gertrude headstrom-"Uh, how she can speak and act" lester henninge-"Small, but sure to be heard" mae hoch-"Thy modesty's a candle to thy merit" edwin hummel-"Well timed classes" john kavcak-"May thy voice increase" julia keller-"Bethlehem High preferred" marlen kern-"Freshman sheik" mike kisner-"A willing worker" albert knzluss--"Debater to be" lester knecht-'l'He never says a foolish thing, nor ever does a wise one" elizabeth koch--" You can see her in the dark" victoria koch-"A friend to everybody" john kuller-"Romantic" Wilfred lakey-"Blushing is his chief art" helen lutz-"Her cup of silence runneth over" marguerite mabus-"Is she laughing yet or again" rosie mah0rskyQ"The better she is known, the better she is liked" mary manck-"Her complexion can be seen for blocks" erika marx-l'Quiet, dutiful and'studious" Iena millheim-"Giggle, giggle all the while. Never has the time to smile" E55l my '4-- is . i, ,,. , I "U ' "Hts, E N ' his The 1929 Comet esther millhouse-"A loquacious lass" walter peters-"This gentleman prefers brunettes" virginia plotts-"A classmate honest and true, Furthermore a worker too" maude reagan-"They do 'well who do their duty" eva reimer-"Her fingers shamed the ivory keys, they danced so V light along" willis rinker-"We know that with the ladies, he was always rais- ing Hades" russell roth-'-'To him jokes are so good, it takes work to stop ' him laughing" dorothy rubright-"I don't say much, but what I say I mean" ethel rudger-"Dictionary consumer" ,- james sandt-'fThe fourth of the Three Musketeers" martha schlegel4 "What fluent nonsense trickled from her ' tongue" william schleicher--'Methinks I would not grow too fastl' margaret iseyfried-"Squeeze me quick" charles shafer-"l.anguage defied ne'er did pass his lips" kenneth shankweiler-"A bold bad man" duaine sliiffert-"I study when I must" george shupp+"0ur future Edison" edward slQyer-"Little Lord Fauntleroyn harold snyder-"'l f I am chosen as the best, Lord have mercy on the rest" lena sottolano-"She never errs, she never deceives" I victoriastannard--"I don't believe in overwork" liarbld stout-"His name and build are well suited" edmond 'lmgcr-"He might be wise were he otherwise" russell weiss-"He thinks 'Weiss' means Wise" truman worman-"Riding is preferred to walking" abram yeakel-"A born lawyer" V 1 --marie, young-"Little, but oh what a flirt" roy young-"A peppy boy" I 56 1 I l- ' A 1 . -Li l Y ' ,l If "-.5 1 . - , , . I ,, ',.'1.,w- M, yn , ,N .s , sv., , m g rg. A I hw X , A, ,Q ,U X- lbdgisfimsgmgi-3 4u,,.S4.L sf- - .less +a5l,!?i:'s3JQ.-f.,'fvls F, ,. V-zen.: ig The 1929 Col UKEANIZATIUNS l5Tl The 1929 Comet left to right-Standing: Christman, Beitel, Smith, Yeisley, Yeakel Sitting: Marx, Gorman, Walker. Bachman, Cooley, Kreidler Student Council mi? llli Student Council is the representative student governing body of Nazareth lligh School. lt is composed of twelve members -the class presidents and two representatives elected from each class. Council officers are elected by direct vote of the student body. 'llie duties of the Student Council are many. lt conducts all school activities such as the annual hike and the school picnic. lt encourages student cooperation in the care of school property and endeavors to raise the standards of school citizenship. A stud- ent managed lost and found department has been established and is functioning successfully. Members, lfirst term--Walter Bachman, Presidentg llester Kreid- ler: Carl Beitel, Vice Presidenti john Smith, Kathleen Gorman, Mike llowell, lidward Christman, Gladys Walker Assistant Secretary-Treasurer: Peter Yeisley, lirika Marx, Rue Cooley, SCCl'CI2lfY-,llI'62lSLll'6l'I Abram Yeakel. Second term,-Walter Bachman, Vice President: Clark Serfass, livelyn Scheetzg Virginia llunimel, Secretary-Treasurer: Vincent Sander- cock, President: Miltlrcd Mabus, Edward Christman, lrav Dietz, lfred lihler, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer1 Abram Yeakel, Charles Shafer, Grace Breinig. l5Sl The 1929 Comet Triangular Debate TE? lllf annual triangular debate was held on l:FlLl'lV -Xpril ig The question discussed was: "Resolved: That the five day week be adopted by the industries of the L'nited States". The negative team ol' Northampton debated the atlirmative team ol' Nazareth in the Nazareth lligh School auditorium. This resulted in a victory lor the negative team. The negative side ol' Nazareth debated at Pen .Nrgyl with their atfirmative team. This likewise resulted in victory lor the negative members. Pen :Xrgyl negative speakers competed with the Northampton atfirmative side. Pen Argyl de- baters won the decision of the judges at Northampton, The members ol the Nazareth lligh School .'Xtlirmative teams were john Smith, Captain, lfarl l.audig, Mary Schlegel. Marion Kern. .V'Xlternate. The Negative members were Thelma lvnauss, Captain, Beatrice Millhouse, Mary Dry, lfrank Rad- clitle, Alternate. This friendly rivalry between the students ol the three schools has been an event for many years. T591 The 1929 Comet Qrchestm OVIIICIZRS l'I'e.Iide1zt S,IIIILIIeI. SIIIMIER Svcirelary and Treasurer lliredress IIIiS'I'IiR IiRI5IIJI,I3R MISS SCIIULIZR Piano IXIARION KI3RN l'liRS0.XINl:'I, Violins IVIARY IYIANCK WII.LI,xIwI ALTEMOSE CARL JOHNSON XVALTER ISACHMAN IIIas'IER INQRLIDLER I 5oRo'I'H Y SH A IILR S'I'ERI.ING FRACE RICHARD SCHUBERT IRWIN UHLIER LOUIS XYUNDERLY EMIYIET YOUNG Drums Comets SMILIIA. SHIMER IXss"I'. S'I'IaRI.ING KOCH Clariuets j.,xnIIIis IIENRY IWARY ScHI.Iac1uI. lflnte NIYRA SIIUIJIH Banjo FDw.,xRIm I 60 I INERMIT IQNECI-IT CARI, IXIARCK5 Saxopbmze If'I'IIIiI. I.IfH Trombone IJIIIAILR Y IaIsI.EY I I E l.I.lCK The 1929 Comet A .E- t Girls' Qlee Club ni? l'1'eside11z' .'XNN,x lc.hRc3n Secretary Treaszzrer llVlil.YN Sc:Hiaif'1'z lm GEORGE NDER the faithful guidance of Nliss Schuler another success- lul glee club season has been brought to a close. Great interest was shown bv the members. and the club frequently contributed to the assembly programs. On March 14, the combined Glee Clubs en- tertained the Parent-'lieacher pXssociation. ' Boys' Qlee Club '23 L'l'l'lOL'Gll the Boys' Glee Club was not organized until the second semester, it was very active and aided in several Assembly programs. l3our ol the Senior members organized a quartet which proved a welcome addition to many programs. The per- ' sonnel is as follows: Samuel Shimer, lirst tenor: Russell Metzgar, second tenor: William Altemose, first bass: and Melvin jones, second bass. I 61 1 M I si? ll 'FS The 1929 Comet Cantata '33 0 N MAY 2, the combined Glee Clubs presented under the direction of Miss Schuler the cantatla, "Pan, on a Summer Day," by Paul Bliss. The cantata represented in music the experiences of Pan with the wonders of nature. . M ARY DRY-A ccompanist CAST Marguerite Applegate Minnie Applegate Margaret Knecht ' Hester Kreidler Ada Bauman Anna Lerch Lena Berger Helen Lutz Anna Breinig Erika Marx Grace Breinig ldella Brouse Evelyn Metz Ellen Miksch Grace Buss Lena Millheim Rue Cooley Beatrice Millhouse Dorothy Deichman Nettie Dech Grace Dennis Kathryn Engle Arlene Fehnel lda George Kathleen Gorman Mildred Haubert Gertrude Headstrom Helen Heckman Marion Heyer Mae Hoch Virginia Hummel Irma ltterly Florence Kahler Evelyn Keller julia Keller Marion Kern Thelma Knauss Elizabeth Koch 62 Esther Millhouse Maude Reagen Eva Reimer Miriam Reimer Grace Remaley Katharine Rohn Lottie Roth ' Dorothy Rubright Beatrice Rundle Madeline Saeger Evelyn Scheetz Martha Schlegel Margaret Seyfried Gladys Shook Myra Shupp Mary Smith Pauline Snyder Victoria Stannard Grace Williamson Marie Young l . The 1929 Comet Dramatic Club AZARETII High School is always glad to welcome new organizations to stimu- late interest among its members. One of these organizations is the Dramatic Club which functioned under the direction of Miss Little. The ofhcers are: President, Mary Dryg Secretary, Mildred Haubertg Treasurer,.Anna Lerch. Although it is very young, and although there are but few members, the club has shown its ability on various occasions. We hope that interest in Dramatics in Nazareth High School may continue to grow and that our newly organized club may become stronger each year. '22 The Thanksgiving Play N the 28th of November, a Thanksgiving play was presented by the members of the Dramatic Club entitled "The Mysterious Thanksgiving Guest." The char- acters were: Mr. jonathon Perkins, farmer, john Memmertg Mrs. Mary jane Per- kins, his wife, Beatrice Rundle, Albert, the hero, jacob Fraunfelderg Rev. Ephraim Sage, the village parson, Ralph Slonaker: Miss Susan Crocker, the village gossip. Marion Kerng Sally, the kitchen maid, Grace Dennis: Bob, the grocer's boy, Nelson Bramer. The play contained much humor which was partially offset by a rather tragic element. This, together with the talent of the characters, made the present- ation very interesting. The play was coached by Miss Little. V F2 The National Forensic League HE purpose of the National Forensic League is to promote and encourage in- terscholastic debating among students in the high schools of the United States. A badge of distinction is conferred upon any instructor or student who, by his par- ticipation in this work. has earned membership in this organization. We, the students ol' Nazareth High School, are proud to have the following fellow-students enrolled this year as members of the league because they have mer- ited it by successful work in debating and are in the upper two-thirds of their classes: Mildred Haubert 'zog Mary Schlegel 'gog Thelma Knauss '3o3 Beatrice Millhouse ,jill Mary Dry 'zoi Miss Nicholas who worked with the debators as one of the coaches for several years is an active member of the Forensic League. The follow- ing are the Alumni members: Martha Roth '273 Thalia Marcks '27: Harold Shafer ,27j Arlene Heims '263 jacob linecht '26, Esther Werkheiser '27. E631 The 1929 Comet Gut-of-Town Association HE Out-of-Town .Association is made up of the out-of-town students, who pledged themselves to take charge of the High School building in the absence of all teachers during the noon hour. This .Association has been very successful in carry- ing out the purpose for which it was organized. The president is john Smith, who appointed the following committee to assist him during the year: Russell Metzgar '29g Vincent Sandercock 'gog Grace Williamson 'jig Walter Peters '32. fe Publicity Committee LIE to increasing events in regular and extra curricular activities in Nazareth lligh School, the publicity committee was organized. This committee publishes weekly the activities of every member or organization. Through its successful ef- forts, our fellow-citizens of Nazareth are made acquainted with the principal events of school. During the past year this responsibility was vested in the following committees: Mary Schlegel, miscellaneous reports, Thelma Knauss, reports of assembly programs: Virginia Hummel, reports of organizationsg Beatrice Mill- house, class functions and meetingsg jacob Eraunfelder, athletic events, Evelyn Scheetz and Minnie Applegate, typists. fe Magazine Committee VERY citizen who has taken an interest in our library will agree that Nazareth High School has a good, up-to-date, magazine rack. lts shelves are supplied with magazines of many varieties. Great care is taken in their selection. The mag- azine committee undertakes the responsibility of selecting the journals and renew- ing the desirable ones. The members are: Chairman, Grace Laudig: Mary Schle- gel, james Henry. fe . Parent-Teacher Association HE Parent-Teacher Association is becoming a more and more active addition to our town. lt has grown since its organization on january tt, lQ27 from only a few members to an enzollment of approximately two hundred. During its short existence it has made rapid strides in promoting child wel- fare in the home and community. lt has endeavored to develop ideal standards of home life. What is probably most important, it brings into closer relation the home and the school, that parcnts and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the training of the child, and to develop between educators and the general public such united efforts as will secure for every child the highest advantages in physical, mental, moral, and spiritual education. T641 nw, I -iid 4 , vi Acflviiics 5' P K WW Q4 M VI Q' X A A lp .A f x L65 The 1929 Cornet SENIOR PLAY rms I The 1929 Comet The Senior Play '93 NDER the faithful guidance of Miss Ehret, the Senior Class, on january 15th and 16th, presented the play, "Pals First", a comedy in a prologue and three acts. ' The story centers about two educated young men, Dominie and Danny, reduced to the life of tramps. We first see them ap- proaching the mansion of a wealthy southern gentleman, Richard Castleman, who is reported to be abroad. Danny is welcomed by a colored servant as the long absent' owner, and they immediately establish themselves in the mansion. Complications arise but Danny, Mr. Castleman's apparent double, proves equal to all ditii- culties except the opposition of Dr. Chilton, Dick Castleman's cou- sin, who having destroyed Dickls will and obtained proof of his death, hopes to succeed to his fortune and the favor of his fiancee, jean Logan. The climax is reached when detectives, summoned by Chil- ton, prove that Danny is really the missing Dick. Dominie, great- ly amazed at this strange turn, feels obliged to return to the road until Dick and jean, now happily reunited, induce him to stay by the call, l'Pals First" and l'Chicken, Dominie, chicken." Great credit for the success of the play is due to the efiici- ent work of the property committee. The Class is greatly indebted to Raisbeck 81 Diehl of Easton for the use of their furniture. l , . THE CAST Danny ......................... Samuel Shimer Dominie .............. . . . Russell Metzgar Uncle Alex, a servant .... . . . Melvin jones The Squirrel, a tramp .... .... C harles Lehr Aunt Caroline, a servant . . . .... Grace Laudig judge Logan ............ .... D avid Michael jean, his niece .... . . . Mildred Haubert Dr. Chilton .... .... X Varren johnson Miss Alicia ......... ....... M ary Dry Cordon, a detective .... V ..... Warren Kahler Stivers, a detective ............ William Altemose Between the acts the audience was entertained by a violin solo by William Altemose and music by the High School Orchestra. E671 The , ,te-A1 .J 'f--P-.t f 'rw n . .. rs Ntfilibi r .'r'rw.'fr'4f-ritaex ' ..jL.g -fz,..I l V Annual Hike N Saturday, September zznd, about hfty students and two members of the faculty attended the annual hike to Saylor's Lake. The day proved to be ideal for hikingg so that at nine o'clock the bus leaving for Wind Gap was a scene of great activity. After reaching Wind Gap Park, the students started to hike as is customary, but it was not long before almost every hiker' re- ceivedja "l'ift"'. - I Upon arriving at the lake the real fun began. Due to the cold weather, very few went in swimming but many enjoyed boat- ing. A group also assembled in the lake pavilion to enjoy games and dancing. The climax of the outing was reached at lunch time when merry groups congregated at different tables surrounding the lake. After lunch the merrymaking was again continued. Hikes were also taken about the lake. a At tive o'clock everyone started on the homeward journey declaring that the day was' a most successful one. Sophomore ,lficillowelen Party HE Sophomore class celebrated its first social event, Novem- ber 27, at a l-lallowe'en celebration in a most beautifully decorated gymnasium. ' A most mysterious atmosphere was created by the many colored costumes. Prizes were awarded forthe prettiest, the funniest, and the most original costumes. r The principal features of the evening were games and danc- ing. Delicious refreshments were served. When the evening came to a close every one wished that Hallowe'en would come more than once a year. ' 'ae 1unio'rfSenior Reception HE most important social event of the year was held December 7, when the juniors entertained the Senior class. . . The gymnasium was mostg appropriately decorated, with pennants of the various classes, the 'outstanding colors being those of the Senior class,.gerise and silver gray. ' During the evening Miss Little, junior Class Adviser, was presented with a beautiful bouquet. The evening was spent in cards and dancing. The novel feature of the reception was two sketches dramatized by members of the junior class. - Delicious refreshments were served. The affair proved to be most enjoyable. k l68l l .. . ,, .. 'il if tit .. -lwiiufrf1.:'if' " M The 1929 Comet Senior Christmas Program HE long anticipated day had arrived. For December 2, was the day the Seniors and Faculty were to receive their gifts. The program lasted from two o'cl0ck to three-thirty. Before Santa arrived, a short program was rendered by the Seniors. This consisted of a recitation by Evelyn Scheetz. Ida George then favored the school with a vocal solo. The Senior boys' quartet rendered several selections. - Santa was then introduced by means of a short Christmas playlet. Those taking part were Anna Lerch and Hester Kreidler. Warren Kahler acted as Santa. The stage was artistically decor- ated. The holiday spirit was expressed by means of a huge illu- minated Christmas tree in the center of the stage. After the play, Santa's helpers distributed the gifts. To each a clever verse was attached, thus explaining its significance. The program was brought lo a close by the distribution of candy to all present. 033' Educational Tour HE S. S. Cadwalader was again the temporary home of a Naz- areth High School Class. The class of ,ZQ left on Monday, May 6, for a trip to Washington. Leaving Philadelphia on the steamer at 6:oo p. m. we pro- ceeded down the Delaware River arriving at Baltimore early in the morning. At Baltimore, buses transported the party to Washington. Here excellent lecturers were in attendance pointing out the prin- cipal buildings and famous landmarks. We enjoyed Tuesday afternoon by taking a trip to the Ar- lington Cemetery and Mount Vernon. A delightful evening was spent in the Congressional Library. Wednesday was spent in visiting the Bureau of Engraving, the Pan-American Building, The Corcoran Art Gallery, and the White l-louse and Museums. The evening was at our disposal and was spent at the theater and in other forms of amusement. On Thursday wewent to the Botanical Gardens and on a walk to the Capitol. ln the afternoon, preparations were made for the homeward journey. Our steamer arrived at Philadelphia the next morning. Friday night found us once more in Nazareth after spend- ing a delightful week on an educational tour. T691 The 1929 Comet Assembly Programs fe AN event to which all students of Nazareth High School looked forward, was the weekly assembly program. The purpose of the assembly programs was to give every student an opportunity to participate in therendering of any type of entertainment planned. We are, of course, deeply indebted to individual members of the faculty who, from time to time, were selected to sponsor a program. Through the efforts of Miss Ehret, an interesting entertainment entitled' f'Fire Prevention" and a "Current Events" program were rendered. Miss Schuler sponsor- ed several music appreciation performances which everyone enjoy- ed. In addition to this, Miss Schuler aided us by leading all school singing every Wednesday morning. Miss Little coached the Thanksgiving play given by members of the Dramatic Club. Through the combined efforts of Miss Little and Miss Nicholas our members of the debating teams presented their speeches before the student body. Their first presentation was in the preliminary debate, the second in the contest for the award of the Alumni debating prizes. The French'and Latin classes entertained the student body by singing songs in the respective languages. Mr. Osborn led a Physics program consisting of experiments and their explanations. Healso formulated a food program which proved to be both interesting and instructive. Miss Dixon coached a play given by members of the commercial classes entitled "Best Business Practic- es." Mr. Cump contributed by producing a patriotic Memorial Day program with the assistance of the, Boy and Girl Scouts. And finally, we come to the Senior Farewell in assembly. lt is needless to tell of the expression of grief mingled with pride among all members of Nazareth High School when this program. was rendered. E701 t sl i' '- fzlilbfti 1. ATHLETICS The l9Z9 Comet Standing, l.. In R.: Cump, Lulu, Pfnu, jones, Rohn. lluvcr, x16llgilf, Lcrch, l:I'llLll1lL'lkiCI' Scaled, I., lu R.: XYumlcrly, Smith, 1 Officers '23 l'1'axidv11f ..... ,. RUSSELL M1a'l'1mxR lf'm' I'1'asidw1l 4 . ..... jolm SMITH Scvrvfary .... . . . ANNA l,1aRc1u 'l'rvas1n'cr . .. .A,.. ,,,. f NL-XRION Ilrawk .-issisfzzzzl 'l'rvas11rcr .. . ,lmniola l:R,'XL'NlfFI.l7liR lffmtlmll .llanager ..,....... .... N hal,v1N hlomis lfaslevlball .Uanager mlioysy . . , . ....... Ilxkoln ROIIN liaslzufball .'Ha11agw' lGi1'lsb .. .. M.fxko.'xRH14 XX'uNnlA.R1.x liasulmll .ilanagvr , , . ,... ..,,...., . . . S'lUXNl,liY C1 liXYlil,l Clwvrleaders .fXNN.fx Sham .-XNNA XYUNDiiRl,Y Guomna llwmax lix'l'11111uN14. lfNGl.li lixkl. l.xL:nua Coaches Girlrs fPl:RSlS Pl-.xL: Boys- ':XTjllJRlSXX' lui lv: fllffvl' ql.fI'z'isv1'f GUY Cumv l 72 I F00 x W LF! ALL The 1929 Comet A Q A 1 Standing. l.. to R.: Brong. .'Xss't Mgr.: jones, Mgrg Koch, Clewell. Brong.Grin1, Knecht Peppcll, l.eh, Coach: Ctlnip, lfaculty Mgr, Mitl.lle Row, l.. to R.: Smith, Santlercock. Bolas, Shimer, Metzgar, Michael, Capt liaytla, Serlass, lireeman, Roth, Wolfe, lfratlnteltler, Bottom Row, l.. to R.: llawk, Angert, Shitlert, Mcfllanegan, Nicholas, johnson, Yeakel, Kiefer, Peters. Football IQ28 We l'llf fXl.fXZ.-XRli'l'll lligh School football team closed the season with a very gootl recortl, winning lour games, losing three and tying one. The tirst game ol the season our boys went tlown to tleleat at the hantls ol Pen .-Xrgyl. liollowing that we won four games straight. ln the game with Whitehall we piletl up a score higher than any ever achievetl in the history ot' Nazareth lligh School, the score being 83-o. The last anal most exciting game of the season was playetl with Wilson. ln spite ol the fact that We were greatly outweighed our boys outplayetl their opponents at every point, 'l'he game was scoreless until the last live minutes when Wilson got the breaks and won the game. 'l'he untiring etlorts of Mr. Leh anti the cooperation ol' Captain Michael contributetl much to the success of the teani. l74l The 1929 Comet The Scores: Opponents Nazareth Pen Argyl .... . . . I3 2 Washington . . . . 6 I3 Whitehall . . . . o 83 Bangor ,...... . 7 32 Nazareth Hall . . o g 26 Catasauqua . . . . 6 6 Northampton . . . 6 o Wilson ........ . to o Total Points . . . . 57 I62 '93 IQ28 Inter-Class Track Meet TIIIS WAS the second annual track meet of Nazareth High School to be held on our new athletic Held. Friendly rivalry existed between the four classes for several weeks prior to the meet. On the day of the meet this rivalry was evidenced by the large number of students who turned out to root for their respective teams. The athletes were hampered somewhat by the lack of equipment but regardless of this fact some outstanding perform- ances were made by the competitors. When the Hnal count was taken it was found that the junior Class placed Hrst, with the Sophomores a close second, th: Seniors third, and the Freshmen last. 6 W Although Nazareth High is without a representative track team, we feel conhdent that the interest shown by the students in these two track meets will be a great influence in securing a team of this kind in the near future. E751 The 1929 Comet 76 Th 1929 C BASKETS LL The 1929 Comet Standing, l.. to R.: Christman, Angert, Rohn, Mgr.: Leh, Coach: Cump, liac. Mgr.: Marcks, Koch. Seated, l., to R.: Kiefer, Clewell, Smith, Sandercock, Michael, lfraunfelder, Shimer, Bolas Boys' Basketball' IQZQ '22 LTR BOYS completed :mother successful season on the court. winning ten games and losing seven. The quintet that usually represented N. ll. S. consisted ol' Clewell and lfraunfelder, forwards, Michael, center, Captain Metzgar and Shimer, guards. With this combination, opponents found it hard to reach our goal. Clewell was high scorer with a total of i6o points. llow- ever it was the cooperation of the entire team and the aid ol' our coach that enabled them to make a success of the season. l7Sl The 1929 Comet Standing. l,, to R: Coach. Pfau: lfac, Mgr., Cumpg Mgr., Wunderly. Nliddle Row. l.. to R.: liahler. Reimer. Knecht, Dech, lingle. Bottom Row. I., to R.: Breinig. Roth. Wunderly. Girls' Basketball- IQZQ '22 OXCII Pl5Al' had her girls practicing vigorously a l'ew weeks helore the season opened. Although the team experienced a rather unsuccessful campaign in regard to the number ol' games won, it was successful in producing some line material that will all he available for next' year. The team this year was composed ol' Reimer and liahler. lorwardsg Captain Roth, center: lireinig, side centerg linecht anel Uech, guards. Since there were no Seniors represented on the team. the outlook lor a successful season next year is extremely hright. l79l Tkewl9299 Comet Q , 1929 7,1 . Girls Bdys Eniaus .... X319 34 ' 28 Slatington .... .... 18 , 48 9 1 ' Whitehall 45 25 Bangor: . . .... 18 3-r HQ, N..H'- M. A. . . nr... Lehightoui A. D Emaus f. winm .5 i.. 9-www A Cqpfay .. . Slatiilgtoq . . . Bangor, . N.H. A. A fn, 5" .f ,Alumni ' 1 Tdt5ii5P9 'Fm-ff9 ,kg ' 17 29 lb 469, .... zoi' 9-. -595 fir' ' -B-1-919 35 I' 9 .. I4 40 .. IQ 30 H 34' ,, . .56 37 22 19 2l 45 4I 18 24 4l zo I .. l7xA 'IQ '.i':,V.f--21 7125 E255 2-ws 2 C8941 ' . ' 'fi 56? ?' z Y Q1 733. 5 L' 553, 1. . C- MU K1 .ME ,a,...a S -J L .Q 4 s. ' wil. 1:-1 '91- . U'-yTf',1i:,FQv5? Q' f,j.r. ,.25:?f:5,'ffzQ,,S L9A ak A mu IRI a n ' 9' N ffx 44 g I X K BASEBALL 'Z' EH'9"FQ',"':-x"',' -J 1 ,M 'l ,QL 1 A :W The l929 Comet Baseball - IQ28 'ae IIE NAZARETIHI High School baseball team completed the season with a record that was not equalled by any High School in the Eastern part of Pennsylvania, winning eleven and losing none. Although some of the games required extra innings the boys kept the Blue and White lighting spirit and always came through victorious. Every member can be proud, in after years, to look back and say that he was a member of this team. which made an un- breakable record at Nazareth High School. A great deal of credit for the team's success must be given to our outstanding moundsman, Michael, who pitched every game. But his success was. in turn, largely due to the splendid support which he received from the rest of the team. l Much credit must also be given to our coach and captain, who by their untiring efforts established this enviable record. I 82 1 3' : nail. Mila, . an 1 r. . . eb' fa The 1929 Comet SCORES - 1928 '93 Opponents Nazareth Lehighton .... .... 1 3 zo - Bangor . . . 9 IOX Wilson ..... . 9 18 Hellertown . . . 7 81' N.H.lVl.A.... . 6 7? Bangor ..... . 4 8 Coplay ..,.. 1 4 -23 llellertown ... .. ll I3 N.H.M.A.... . o 12'- Pen Argyl . . . 4 I5 Pen Argyl . 6 M 2l ' Total Points ................ 73 155 X-Ten Inning Games '23 BASEBALL - IQZQ 'is' A NOTHER baseball season has come around and fifty candi- dates reported for practice, each one with the desire to be a member of the team that expects to equal the record made last year. Agreat deal of encouragement was given to Coach Leh when his pitching "ace" Michael, and Freeman, who is always on ' the receiving end, reported, together with five other letter men of last year. A very hard schedule was arranged by the managers and for that reason best efforts are being put forth to make a team that is worthy of representing Nazareth,High School. l83l Q WH The 1929 Comet ALUMNI Y? The Alumni Association B Y FAR the oldest organization connected with Nazareth High School is the Alumni Association. lt has shown great interest in the school by annually pre- senting prizes to those students excelling in chosen Helds of activity. Every june the members of the association assemble for a dinner dance, at which they welcome the graduating class as new members. At this time the ofhcers for the ensuing year are elected. The ofhcers during the past year are: President, Roslyn Fortuing Secretary-Treasurer, Mae Wunderlyg Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, Arlene Heims. liarhrynAndrews ' Earl Audenried Miriam Boyer Lcon Brong Lorean liehr Miriam Flick Emanuel Gall Margaret Getz Florence Hager ,William Henry Irene Hess William Himler Harrison Hoch Gladys jones Harold jones Maybel Kahler justina Kilian Walter Kostenbader Kathryn Lehr Lester Kratz Werner Marx Dorothy Metz Enid Minter Lahoma Peppell Robert Peppell Gordon Plush Mary Rohn Margaret Roth Isabel Russell Dorothy Walker Henry Schlegel Raymond Shafer Leonard Snyder Harold Simmons Wilbur Von Stuben Mae Ziegenfus 'Yi Class of IQ28 Cherry Hill, Pa. Ingersoll-Rand, Pittsburgh, Pa. Churchman's Business College, Easton, Churchman's Business College, Easton, Churchman's Business College, Easton, Kraemer's Hosiery, Nazareth, Pa. R. F. D. No. 2, Easton, Pa. Churchman's Business College, Easton, Kraemer's Hosiery, Nazareth, Pa. Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. Kutztown Normal School, Kutztown, Pa. Penna. Penna. Penna. Penna. Hercules Cement Company, Stockertown, Pa. Churchman's Business College, Easton, West Chester State Teacher's College Penna. Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa. Nazareth Waist Co. Othce, Nazareth, Pa. Hood College, Frederick, Md. Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pa. West Chester State Teacher's College Gold Auto Company, Nazareth, Pa. Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pa. Kraemer Hosiery Co. Office, Nazareth, Pa. Kraemer's Hosiery, Nazareth, Pa. Kutztown Normal School, Kutztown, Pa. Duke University, Durham, N. C. New Castle, Pa. West Chester State Teacher's College Lafona, Pa. Nazareth Cement Co. Ofhce, Nazareth, Pa. Kraemer Hosiery Co. Ofhce, Nazareth, Pa. Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pa. Nazareth Waist Company, Nazareth, Pa. Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pa. American Stores Company, Nazareth, Pa. Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pa. Chapman Quarries, Pa. i E841 1 ' ., - A.,-:gf-,.,'-,z ir. i ',L.jfa- xi .1 The 1929 Comet UR ALUMNI is becoming larger and larger each year, so much larger in fact, that we Hnd it practicable to print only the names of those members who are con- tinuing their education at other institutions. john Connolly Timothy Davidson William Gano Diana Happel Helene Heintzelman Walter Grim Edwin Kortz Matilda jendricks Franklyn Kostenbader Eugene Kuti Guy Laudig David Lapp Ruth Leh Thalia Marcks Elvin Reimer Harold Shafer Marion Schaelfer Katherine Schlegel Arthur Weiss Sara VanBuskirk Kathryn Wunderly Mildred Young Frances Wotring Paul Russell Dorothy Smart jacob Knecht Evelyn Cooley john Fraunfelder Charles Shimer john Leh Stanley Reimer Alice Knauss Mae Yeisley 'Yi Class of 1927 Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. West Chester State Teachers' College Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pa. Ithaca Conservatory of Music Beaver College, jenkintown, Pa. Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa. Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pa. West Chester State Teachers' College Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pa. Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa. Lafayette College, Easton, Pa. Kutztown Normal School, Kutztown, Pa. Centenary Collegiate Institute Indiana State Teachers' College Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pa. Mt. Alto School of Forestry Hood College, Frederick, Md. Winston-Salem College, N. C. Albright College, Myerstown, Pa. Protestant Episcopal Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. Protestant Episcopal Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa. '33 Class of 1926 B Hood College, Frederick, Md. Mt. Alto School of Forestry Philadelphia General Hospital University of Pennsylvania Y, Class of 1925 West Chester State Teachers' College Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pa. Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pa. General Electric School, Schenectady, N. Y. Mulhenberg College, Allentown, Pa. Beaver College, jenkintown, Pa. Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa. IS5l T THE READER 'Tis long after midnight, The family's abed, But,who thinks of slumber With a book to be read? What matters the hour Or they work of next day? The book's all important, Don't1lay it away. Here's a baffling mystery Of foreign intrigue, Of murderers, smugglers, ' Or rum running cliques. There are some prefer romance i With Ethe West's dashing steeds, Don't intdrfere with themj lt's what their soul needs. Let's not be forgetting Those high minded folk Who're only found reading ' Works of Shakespeare or Scott And last please remember . Be he human or not, There's the scholar devoted To Einstein's deep stuff. No matter the subject Of the books that we read, Be they romance or classics Theyfre just what we need. f 'Lael , N. D. R. 0 The 1929 Comet v p I .N K4 ' 1 f SEPTEMBER 4--A real "September Mornf' Everyone back for real hard work P P F F P P 5-Sophomore-s have their fun hazing the Freshmen. 6-Call for football candidates is made. A 7-Senior Class is organized. iz-Everyone has his voice tested-Miserahlel Terrible! lflorrihlel I8-ClL1SS6S in physical education are begun. 22-Alllllllll Hike to Sayloris Lake. 24-Magazine Campaign starts. 5-Miss D.-"Do you all know how to get out in case ol' tire? C. B. 'zo-"Sure, out the door." A OCTOB E R fSuccessl'ul magazine cam vaiffn is closed. , 21 li 6-lfirst football game ol season. Nazareth is defeated hy Pen Argyl. I6-LXCCLIHI campaign closes. 22-29-ll1SlllLllC' Week. zo-go-Tryouts lor Senior Play. NOVEMBER 5-Mock election. lfloover is elected. 12-Armistice Day. No School. 4-Rev. Wotring gives an interesting talk on "Hunting in Canada." 7I-Good-Sportsmanship program is given in assembly. Mr. lloward Shimer is the speaker. l 97 I R 'if' The 1929 Comet ' DECEMBER 7-Seniors are entertained by the juniors. 21-Senior Christmas program. ' V 22-Vacation begins. l A . JANUARY 7-Blue Monday. Economic class at 3:30. 15-i6-Senior Class presents 'fPals First." a9+Examinatioris begin. . ,A jdef-QILATI exhibit is held ifor the purpose of purchasing new gpictures. .. y . ' . FEBRUARY 8-Nazareth High is ,defeated by Wilson in basketball. I3-QMY. Steckelfprinci-pal7 of Shull junior High, gives an address on "Scouting," A i ' - I9-Basketball -teams 'travel 'to Whitehall. Boys are successful, ' but girls' are defeatedg . - 22-Vacation. George Washington's birthday. . ' . ' A MARCH 7-QRCPOFI cards' are given out. Everyone learns something new. 13-Preliminary debates are delivered in Assembly. zo-First call for baseball candidates is made. Q ' 22C-Philadelphia Harmonica Band entertains .with a concert. 26-The girls basketball team plays the Faculty. 21-Schools close for Easter. vacation. ' ' " APRIL g , g ' ' 9-Mr. Muir entertains with a talk on "The Orient." 12-Triangular debate. P' ' 13?-First baseball game scheduled with Coplay. Weather pro- ' rhibits it, however. D I MAY 2+Girls' Glee Club presents the cantata-"Pan, On a Summer Day." V .. ' - 6flo-Seniorsk Educational ,Trip ,to Washington. ' 30-Memorial Day. A fi Q' A JUNE 5-6-7-Senior Examinations. 2 1-Commencement. ISSJ The 1929 Comet 9 , K . I I .- .iw . ,- The 1929 Comet The Class of IQZQ fue The following lines will give to you, Of each classmate, a trait so true. To Al.'rEMosE we give three cheers, By means of -violin, he pleases our ears. While APPLEGATE, so calm and quiet, ls never found in any class riot. ' BACHMAN, leader of us all, Shall someday hangin that famous hall. The class is again in an uproar, BEITEL has humorously taken the floor. Her hair was of a bright red hue, 'Twas Bussv with a heart true blue. Among us bashfulness is hard to be found, Yet some is present while CLEWELL,S around. DENNIS is talking and talking againg But just leave'her gog you'll get your chance "Ah! a hero on a golden Steed"- These words from DRY in a dramatic lead. lDA GEORGE so sweet and serene, Does towards the art1st's lineage lean. Then here's HAUBERT whose thoughts far away, Dreams of a home in some future day. HELEN HECKMAN shall always be noted For her music, to which she's devoted. Who's the innocent looking boy? . lt's JOHNSON, but is he really that coy? There's a lot of baggage to be carried awayg Get .lONSIE,S Ford-there'll be no delay. Why all the laughter to be found? . Has KAI-iLER's witticism again spread round? l90fl l . then. 1 1, ' 4. it 1 4' 4 1 The 1929 Comet Lixumo is speaking as an orator would, You'll hear her someday pleading a cause toward the good. Of all good natures no matter how kind, Like LEHRY's we'll wager you'll never find. Among the girls there's but one athlete- 'Tis LERcHiE who helps abandon defeat. We hear a voice so low and sedate lt's MCGONIGLE, a humorous story to relate . We have here a problem we know nothing about Go to METZGAR, we'll be sure to find out. Who's the big broad strapping lad? NllCHAEL, in football costume clad. We suddenly hear a laugh high and shrill It's ROHNY, laughing when none else will . He looks so very calm and quiet, Yet ROTHIS always in the center of riot. SCHEETZ so quiet and so studious Upon, any subject never dubious. If only we all our own business would mind Like SERFASS does, no disturbance we'd Hnd. The case calls for someone serious, yet jolly, Get SHIMER and you've surely committed no folly. Here's a task which requires some time Go to SHOOKY she'll do it just' hne. STEMY contains just bushels of pep A trait which we need for an enviable rep. Though WOLFE is one who is seldom heard He'd join us if anything funny occurred. WUNDERLY shall always in our memory remain We know someday she'll soar to artist's fame. GWENDOLYN TREVES 'zo I 91 1 The 1929 Comet E921 TDRTS Ann RE T ORTS larsl gy R i ' V The 1929 Comet MR. CUMP-"What book has the largest circulation ?" R. S. '31--"Sears 8z Roebuck catalog. Q He who laughs last, is evil minded. Miss NICHOLAS-"Divorced persons are the cream of society." SocioLooY CLASS--? P ? P Miss NICHOLAS---Hof course, they've gone through the separator." MR. OsBoRN, in chemistry--"How do we Gnd manganese occurring naturally?" M. D. '29-"lt is found in nature." An apple a day, keeps the doctor away. An onion is not so specific. At Senior cake sale, M. H. ,ZQ-IiWh3t,S this thing?" R. M. '29-"l must have used the wrong kind of spongesf' Some men take good care of an automobile, others treat it as one of the family. Several boys whistling in' Senior English class. W. '29-"Where is the canary?" , Miss LITTLE-"Your mistake, it's not a canary, it's a cuckoo, too dumb to keep quiet." MR. CUMP-"Ralph, you explain the part of the problem that he doesn't know." R. S. '31-"Angle one equals angle two, and----." MR. CUMP-"Aw, you're all wrong. That's history now." Life is just a "merry-go-round," with the girls reaching for the gold ring that means a free ride. Miss LITTLE--"What was the Order of'Franciscans?" V. S. '30-"lt was a brotherhood of nuns." MR. CUMP-"lt does Freshmen good to keep them ing it makes better Sophomores of them." MR. OSBORN-HEVCTY atom, under standard conditions, occupies the same place." i941 I . H . M, The 1929 Comet Our Own Questionnaire to Determine Average Intelligence '2 Do you believe: That it hurts the teacher just as much as the student whom he reprimands? That the lireslrmen are as bad as they are painted? That the Sophomores are any better? That the juniors know what tbey're lighting about? That the Seniors behaved in Washington? That the Faculty means everything they say? That silence ever prevailed in assembly? Have you ever wondered: Why the main room ceiling stays up? Who puts chewing gum in drinking fountains? Whether an airplane ever passed unnoticed? How much candy is consumed in a day? 'T Where the library books get to? Why we must have exams? ls-low hair gets curly overnight? How much work there is to a "CoMET"? Do you believe that this "CoMET" surpasses all others? CTHANK Youj T951 .',.-i' S . I . I H.. QM ,xml pi., W .EI . I I, EQ. I I .ry ,I V li 'Iss IT? The 1929 Comet THINGS YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN '33 WILLIAM ALTEMOSEH-Letting girls alone. MINNIE APPLECATE-Teasing boys. WVALTER BACI-IMAN-Raising Cain. ' CARL BEITEL-Meek and modest. GRACE Buss-Playing Brunette. STANLEY CLEWELL-Driving carefully. MARY DRY-Not talking. MILDRED HAuIsERT- Talking without using her hands. GRACE DENNIS--NOK chewing gum. HELEN HECKMAN-Playing basketball. IDA GEORGE-Loud and boisterous. A WARREN JOHNSON--xVitl'10L1t an automobile circular. MELVIN JONES-NOI bothering a young lady. WARREN KAI-ILER-Behaving in English class. , HESTER KREIDLER-Not riding ina Ford. GRACE LAUDIG-Not visiting the main room after g CHARLES l..EHR-Talking good common sense. ANNA LERCII-All alone. ' JOHN MCGDNICLE-Wide awake. RUSSELL METZGAR-With curly hair. V DAVID Nl.ICI-IAEL-Acting his age. HAROLD lioHN-Going home without a book. DONALD RDTI-I-Without that Superior Air. EVELYN SHEETZ---XVlfl1OUt that smile. CLARK SEREAss-Wearing knickers. SAMUEL SHIMER-Roller-skating. GLADYS SI-Iook-Getting excited. ANNA STEM-NOI eating candy. HAROLD WOLFE-With a sweetheart. MARGARET XYUNDERLY-With a boyish bob. I 96 l 3:30 Q Mg A .a 32:73. 4 . , " -1- 31-. in r If f sm' 1 H ' " A V- :fi f 'JM lei ' V- MW- fr -'Z' 'T , Q 7 'i m' .V . . :.-:f- . 1 ' 'f- ,,"T' K'. - ,Q 'ski u v "1 pk F-1 JP' S, ' - V- -A V- - V--f'4f,5-' , V A .. qV...M :, ' , - , V V - Vf V, tb . -1 -V.-V , V, . A ...M . ,Q 5? F' ' 1 Ffa' .1 . ' ' J rg i , . ,. It 'V ' , A 1 ti. flf 'gum - . :W . M. ' lf- , we .HQ ' gl, oounnunsuoonnn '-1 Y , , , A T vii -. Vw :-42" M. 4 ,M iQ. ' TALL . N5 X QQ- ji. if '. 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WAGNER The 1929 Co lim I Pennsylvania f Dixie Cement Corpnration NAZARETI-l zz PENNSYLVANIA Brands: "PENNSYLVANIA" "CLINCHl3lELD" "DEXTER" " R O Y A L " Plants: No. 1 Kingsport, Tenn. No, 4 Nazareth, Pa. No. 2 Clinchlield, Ga. No. 5 Penn Allen, Pa No. 3 Richard City, Tenn. No. 6 Bath, Pa. No. 7 Portland Point, Y. H001 gy? ' I-I. E. SEMMEL III South Main Street ' Nazareth, Penna. Dealer In THE PUREST KIND OE ICE CREAM Cigars liruits Tobacco Oysters and Clams In Season Mr. Cump-"Who belongs to this eraser?" Miss Borkey-"Go on with the D sentences." Ignition and Towing Service Specialty Rotl1's Garage Easton Road, Nazareth HUDSON - and - ESSEX G. IVI. C. TRUCKS Oil - Gasoline - Tires - Repairs FortheBEST SPORTING G O O D S We Carry a Complete Line of Sweaters Football Basketball Ice Skates Fishing Tackle Bicycles Sleds Tennis Rackets Restrung --quick service EVERYTHING for the ATHLETE F. E. Weitaland Broad and Main Streets BETHIMEI-IEM, PA. Special Prices To Colleges Schools and Clubs H011 Compliments ff of -- Broad St. Meat Market rsnwxnm rr lcmw .XII Kinds of IfRIiSII :mtl SMOIQIZIJ INIIS.-XIS Ilomr-slit :md Imported Chee-sc I'ULTI.'I'RY IN SIQVXSON Plrune 2" We D:Iix'cr C. E. RUTH COS'I4I'MES and XVIUS I I IO IIIIiIf Z I 204-200 North 'Ienlh Street .XI.I.IfN'I'UXX'N, IH. Nlifs NICI1llIllSffI'IIIfI'I' was the line of Kings IJ1'0kL'lI:lH A. S. 'zo--I I-lIUl'l1IlXU flwrv was 110 'hair' lo smtacea' him." Cf! JIXIPI ,I MIZNIS Ulf Sw0weIy's Cut Rate Store Belvidere Street Nazareth, -1- Perma. NW CI1iIcI'ren's Underwear includes WQXISIS W.XIS'I' UNION SUITS PIJXIN UNION SUITS and INITAXIS' SIIIRIS Insist on "N,XZARIi'I'II" lx'nmt'n From Coast To Coas H021 Nazareth Cement Compan GENERAL OFFICE. NAZARETH, PA, Sales Oiiicez NEW YORK 41 East 42nd Street PHILADELPHIA H031 Q32 r . bl COMPl.I M ENTS - OF -A H. P. Dietz Pl lO'l'OGRAPl'lER N.-XZARE'liIl, PA. Branch Studio: Pen Argyl, Pa. Compliments F of - C. W. Hartman BELFAST, PA. MEAT and ICE CREAM Miss Nicliolas-"What is the difference between diseased and deceased? " S. 'zo-"Une is dead and the other is dying." J. W. Jackson MEATS and GROCERIES lce Cream Candy Tobacco Soft Drinks Corner Belvidere and New Streets N.fXZARE'I'Il, PENNA, Warren Boyer CANDY ICE CREAM h 'roafxeco Broad Street Theatre Building NAZARETH, PA. f1041 if . l it-fl E Dial 2-1310 R. W. Wint PHOTOG RAPHER 617 Linden Street ALLENTOWN :-: PENNA. CLISTOMER OR CLIENT The individual buyer of insurance often is considered a customer. We look upon our patrons as clients to whom we render a definite service in counsel, investigation and appraise- ment of values and risks. Frequently we are able to save the client money on his insurance invest- ments and at the same time get him a greater amount of protection. Consult with us regarding your in- surance matters. Frank Huth SL Sons 55 South Main Street NAZARETIL PA. Consult Your lnsuramic Agent as You Would Your luzwyer and Doctor Miss NlCl1OlZlS-'fHT7'll71'1Il77 Wormau, you may pass out --- to be 'a'eiglJed." COM PLl MENTS H O lfh Binney SL Smith C Manufacturers of Crayola H051 COMPLI MENTS - OF - East End Garage F. AI. SHEETZ, Proprietor Nazareth - -- -- - - - Pennsylvania Miss Nicholas, in European History-"Tell us about joan of Arc." E. ll. ,QI-KIHE died very young." Qgiflliifqgtb . Churchman Business College :Ja ' F ' 35 V' T , . . X' ' A W. E. C,HURCHlVlAN,Prmc1pal Gieggglem 'sfilfenfsdlud A Thorough Business Training. What we have done for others we can do for you. Ask the memhers of the Class of IQZ8, who entered last fall, what we did for them. COURSES Accountancy and Business Administration, Commercial, Secretary, Stenographic and Preparatory. Advanced classes for High School graduates. Day and Evening Sessions. Students may enter at any time. Gradu- ates assisted to positions. Catalog and Accountancy Bulletin mailed upon request. Phone l242 16-18 South Fourth Street ---- EASTON, PA. H061 Your Prescriptions receive expert care when filled at Heckman's Pharmacy C. E. Shupp G E N E R A L MERCHANDISE Hecktown, Pa. P. O. Euston R. D. No. 4 A Pleased Customer Is Our Best Adfvertisemerzt Mr. Osborn, in Chemistry Class-"lu illumiriatirig gas, it's really tlve carbon monoxide that makes it useful for committing suicide." The Outstanding CHEVROLET of Chevrolet History .fl Six In the Price Range of a Four F. B. Hess SL Sons Phone IQ NAZARETH, P.-X. Godshall's Ideallylarlcet MEATS GROCERIES Imported and Domestic Cheese We Specialige iii Home Made Mayounaise and Sarulwicly Spread gr, Belvidere Street N.'XZARE'l'H, PENNA. H071 'XNIDREW G. KERN, l'resia'e1zt WM. j. SANTEE, Sec.-Treas. The Trumbower Company DEALERS IN COAL, LLIMBER, CRUSHED STONE and BUILDING MATERIAL NAZARETII, PA. Main OfIice: Branch Ofhce: I1ASTON ROAD 25 SOUTH MAIN STREET Phone 47-W Phone 157 Miss Nicholas-"ls there any girl in the room who bas 710 class next period?" E. H. '31, raises his hand. MARY E. BRICKEL FUNERAL DIRECTRESS Latest Equipment and Display Room Expenses to .meet the convenience of the family II8 W. Ifairview Street Phone 680 BETHLEHEM, PA. H081 The Best Lesson You Can Learn-ff "ls to Bank Your Money" The book that will teach you more than any other book, is the Bank Book. lt 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 one-half per cent interest, The azarelh atiunal Bank l1091 F. P. ROI-IN ITNDERTAKER and EM BALMER Miss Little-'AWl1ere was Macbeth killed?" S. D. '30-"On page forty-four." Bushlcill Milling Company Manufacturers of MOTHER'S PRIDE and OUR KING ELOUR Poultry and Dairy Feeds Z1 Specialty J. B. Overholt, Mgr. Phone IOQQ EASTON, PA. COAL LUMBER BUILDING MATERIALS HARDWARE PAINT and VARNISH Nazareth Coal and Lumber Co. A NAZARETII, PA. H101 Nazareth Planing Mill Co. Mavzufacturers of MILLWORK OF QUALITY Sash, Doors, Shutters, Blinds, Frames, Colon- nades, Stair Work. Interior Trim, Moulding, etc. lfstimaies Clveerfully Furnished Prospect and Green Streets Nazareth, Penna Miss Ehret-"When was Mohammed born?" P. H. '31-"He was born at I1 very early age." Kraemer Hosiery Company NAZARETH, PA. Manufacturers of s U P E R B LT-IMIDTS and GLOVE SILK LJNDERWEAR All Styles and Colors l1111 PRESTON O. HESS, President E. F. MOHN, Sec.-Treas, connuimeurs Farnnerf h4utuai OV Ihre Insurance C20 T A T mi NoimiAMP'roN couwrv Sta 'l"Tle'T NAz,xR1e'i'1i, PENNA. Beauty Salon Amount of Insurance 111 Force 3S4z,ooo,ooo oo Miss Nicholas-"Here is the bottle to HI! your ink." v.s.'30-www .Studebaker Sales and Service For Good Service and Fair Treatment GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING and AUTO STORAGE Gulf and N0-Nox Gasoline U. S. Tires and Tubes , Accessories SPARTON RADIO R. F. Ziegler, Proprietor Mauch Chunk Street Phone 164-j Nazareth, Pa. H121 E e i 12 E. J. Unangst SL Sons Department Store Corner Broad and Belvidere Sts. NAZARETH, PA. TlJere's a F R I G I D A I R E for Every Home Call on us and let us show you how you can safeguard the health of your loved ones with FRIGIDAIRE We carry a full line of Electrical Appliances and Supplies U. G. Alternos 56-60 So. Main Street, Nazareth Miss Little in Senior English-A'WlJo is Oswald?" H. W. '29-"A woodpecker." Clinton D. Frantz SHOES IAIOSIERY A23 Io8 South Main Street NAZAREIAH, PA. Phone 194-W H. A. BUSS FURNITURE and RUGS Atwater Kent and Philco Electric Radios Centre Square NAZARETII :-: PENNA. f113l F. J. Seyfried E. PHILLIPS, Mgr. Ifresh and Smoked NI E A 'I' S Phone 273 45 Belvidere Street NAZARETH, PA. Albert O. Sturgis SL Son GENERAL INSURANCE REAL ESTATE NOTARY PUBLIC See Us Eor Your Insurance Needs I Phone 157 23 S. Main Street, Nazareth, Pa C. S. '29-"Did your 'watch stop when it hit the floor?" C. L. '29-"Of course, did you think it would go through?" I N. jf 'Z .- its HI I TM A WA WM . , i-fri.. 'lj E 7 -4 of . If. - 1 . 31 ' 1. ? kfujixl f' Z' F Qu. I 3 I to Stetson I-Iats Cheney Cravats Straw Hats Pioneer Belts Florsheim Shoes Summer Clothing For Men, Young Men and Boys MICHAEL STERN SUITS Brighton Garters Interwoven llosiery Nlunsing Underwear Palm Beach Suits Earl 8: Wilson Shirts I HENRY SCHLEGEL H141 1 com 111.1 Muxrrs - or - S. D. Knecht C. F. Martin SL Co., Inc. N.xzARE'rH, PA. Established 1833 MANUFACTURERS OF GUITARS, MANDULINS and UKULELES A "MARTIN" Ukulele on your :gummcr outing will help to make the hours pleasant. llfustrzxted czllalugue on request. Mr. Osborn-"Tbe31 azwz use ox tails in fertilizer. -011 110, they use them in soup." R. E. SAEGER Tl-IE HQLLMIQR Jeweler l115j Is. j. L3NANos'r, President A. E. FRAN'rz, Cashier H. M. KLECKNER, Vice President We 2,3 Established IQOI Capital, Surplus and Undivided Prohts 351504100 The Second National Bank of NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA Large enough to serve you Small enough to know you Strong enough to protect you are here to help this Community and are anxious to cooperate with you-No account too small to receive our courteous attention-We pay 3V2 per cent. interest on saving accounts, compounded semi-annually .1 16353: ME MBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK ROLL OF HONOR BANK D161 . --.m ij,Qw.,3 1 . f. The New Baronial Main and Belvidere Streets NAZARETH, PA. P:Xl.lNlliR COLE, Prop. European 351.50 to 35.00. A la carte grill for men and women, open daily 0:50 to QQ I2 to 22 0 to 3, Platter dinner goc, Renovated throug'i:mut. Po:ket Billiards-5 tables, Ludwig Himler 'll A l L O R Walnut Street NAZARETH :-: PENNA. Miss Little-"What is 'The Heir of Parmcide'?" C. L. ,29-'lliegins to define parasite." FLOUR FEED GRAIN Compliments COM Pl..llNlElNl'l'S .. of ..- - OF - ' F101-Y Russell D. Lambert Milling Co. 435 South Main Street J E W E L E R NAZARETH, PA. Phone 145 H171 Congratulations-ff --to Nazareth High School, on the publication of this book, W-to those students directly respon- sible for it, on the initiative, per- severence and capacity for hard work they have displayed, ----to the business interests of Naza- reth on their loyal support of this worthy undertaking. i. Taggart' Brothers plant 3. Taggart Brothers plant at Carthage, N. Y. at Oswego, N. Y. 2. Taggart Brothers plant at Watertown, N. Y. 4. Taggart Brothers plant at Herring, N. Y. Q F uh..c,,ffffLf: i if K mn .35 -vii:-r-vA.1,,, . ..a-.B x Q X . G . "f 'Af j.Vq' , Q yju -Q .4Ni:' ,MQNQEQ 4.5 K A-p ff xy l- 31 71 - I. , .. ,S ,, ff-Q . - h, .:-wi, 5 fav,-A '42, E-as f',,N.,.. .. , ..,,. ' Q A -r Vg gpg' ' 11 --.., - .,,t, gm ., 47 - 1,g3,.s.., Qi ' Q .Tig W" I . 3 f , I -:': V fir E " ilili 'D T Q, Auf xxxxxxxxwwifai-as z iz ...e sW i :We L ' - . '71 'i"4 if3"5'iQi f 3-'T-if ge-Q., ,, W - 'iii .. 'wir ilrr 2 H r e , - ,, ' f s'-e if I Taggart Brothers Company, Inc. Manufacturers of PAPER BAGS for Flour, Cement, Gypsum, Ground Limestone, Plaster and other Pulverized Products ' District Representative H. HANGEN Odd Fellow Building H181 1 ,, 1 A it 1 i Nazareth Creamery SL Dairy IOIIN D. EDELMAN, Prop. PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM BUTTER Buttermilk and Cottage Cheese Phone 81 NAZARETH, PA. Compliments .. of L. The Class of 1928 Mr, Oshorn, in Chemistry-"Give a use of liquid air' Q C. S. ,zo-"To HI! automobile tires." H. O. SIMONS 6? SON I CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS Estimates Furnished on .Application All Work Promptly Attended To Phone 49-.I NAZARETH, PA. SOFT DRINKS ICE CREAM Nazareth Light Lunch CANDY CIGARS TOBACCO f1191 NAZA R ETH Phone l6l FAIR GRCDUNDS INN SPECIAL DINNERS Meals Served Daily Miss Nicholas in Eur. History-"Did the Greeks engage in drunkenness?" T. N. 131--UINVO, they were used to it." Compliments .. of .. Chas. H. Nicholas G R U C E R 49 North Broad Street Ni-XZARli'l'll :-: PENNA. Bethlehem Business College Wilbur Trust Building BETHLEHEM, PA. THIRTY-THIRD YEAR Secretarial, Accounting and General Business Courses for high school graduates. Review and advanced work in all commercial subjects Write, Phone or Call for Catalog W. F. MAGEE, President l1201 all ,sm r TAKE OUR HUNCHES FOR LIGHT LUNCHES The Earle Lunch EARLE C. LICHTENWALNER, Proprietor SERVICE WITH A SMILE" Corner Broad and Belvidere Streets NAZARETH, PA. Nz1zz1reth's Store of Satisfaction KLINE'S BIGGER-BETTER VALUES II2 South Main Street NAZARETI-I, PA. Mr. Osborne, in Senior Chemistry-"Now, let's run through the note together." W. j. ,2Q, in English Class-"I ain'1f did 110tbi11g to him." For- jOY and COMFORT - USE - Klipple's Bus Line PARTIES A SPECIALTY Phone: Bath-49 Would you like to see next yez1r's "COMET" even bigger and better? ,If so buy your 1930 "COMET" early. H211 Ritter's Garage -I. R PL'RSlil.l,, -lr., Manager QUALITY MOTOR CARS Accessories and Service 54o South Main Street Phone zoo-M NAZ.XRE'lil'l, PA. f v f, Nazareth, Pa. A good social club for old and young Imyr, girls, men and 'LU01lZt31Z. Modern Gymnasium Good Swimming Pool Out Door Playground Cinder Running Track Swimming taught to beginners lfree Swimming Campaign in june to all boys of town. Ge! fllvlzzbcrxbip flpplications af Office r Mr. Marcks-"IfVbat is the capita! of the Sccmzd National l3a11k?" M. 5. 'go-"1 'biladelpbiaf' 1 ' fat , Frack 599 Leli VA 4 ji-1935 ,xt ntom rn pw' P 1 cfoMPt.lMt3N'rs - OF 1 SALES and SERVICE Starner g .135 South Broad Street , , , Prmtmg Co. Phone 124 NAZ.'XRl:lll, PA. 'l'l l0 M.-XS STA RN ER, Proprietor H221 INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM' W L0 N E . STAR . M - - N016 . . P T. PERFECTED CE H'GH EARLY STKE REGUS A Org PORTLAND CEMENT Z4 Hour Concrete LITST.-XNDING quality and a policy of fair business dealing have earned nation-wide recognition for LONE STAR Cement. manufactured in Nazareth hy the Lone Star Cement Company Pennsylvania. Now, to meet the need lor dependable 24 hour concrete, the makers ol' LONE Sl.-XR also olfer "lNCOR" Brand. Lone Star Cement Company Pennsylvania Offices: Philadelphia, Pa. Mill: Nazareth, Pa, Subsidiary of the lnternational Cement Corporation, one of the worlds largest cement producers- I3 mills, annual capacity 2o.ooo,ooo barrels H231 25 :S S E Ei 2 E, f S ax if Si. RN f124l 'L This Book was Printed by The Nazareth Item Publishing Co., Inc. 48 So. Main Street Nazareth, Penna f125l if .1 z K. 3 K z I : 3 i x h.aXB1flH!LZ31"::'!1 'Yn"'533lv,f'?f"2" L' A iff. . ff 'V 4 Iv .fri 'H I- pl 1'-ff H ,L'.,',f11W". 'QI 'N . 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