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

 - Class of 1930

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IRAIA ITTERLY lizrsirfess Manager JACOB FRAUNFELDER A ssistarzt Business Managers joI-IN SMITII ETI-IEL LEH MILO NIEIXELL Liferary Editors BEATRICE MILLIEIOUSE EVELYN KELLER Social lfdizfor Dravmztic Editor Music Editor AAARY SCHLEGEL LUELLA VVYUNDERLY NULDRED NIABUS Athletic Editors ANNA BREINIG VINCENT SANDERCOCK Art Editors MARION I-IEYER ELXVOOD IWETZ Photography Editors joIIN A'1IIIs1IX'1EIl'ln KATI-IARINE ROIAIN CARL IWARCK!-3 joke Editors Woomzow DRONG KERAIIIT KNEC!-IT Typists ,IANIQT RINKER KATHLEEN GORMAN Faculty Adviser l5I..oRENc:E L. NICHOLAS vvvvvvvvv 3993920 vvvvvvvvvvgi I 11,1 g u r l r.fAxzA1R1E1r1e1L vvv l JACOB AARON FRAUNFELDER - fr: VVVVVVVVV 11395960 Ili! E 1 L 3 v NA2A1R1e1fmL vvv l w 4 uhuzzrirun 'Glu nur lxeluimh classmate, jjacnh Qsarnn gilran11f2Iimr, ET sizrlfmtri fuarriur mth strategic Bmwral rm Hsu flnnt sinh finlh nf plug, ax sclgnlazrlg stnheni auth ar lugzrl frienh inlguse splenhih EU1lI1'?Ih5l!ilJ fue l slgull ezlfuzugs nhnrislg- an us Ip: gain: at 513211 sri fur lgimsclf, as run- Q r ' l firmvh bg his nfnn pmt, ,'U2I1'I1I2II'Q ZH, l93U:-- " When I leave school it is my ambition to be l hfted to go to any college in this locality. Then, too, I should like very nznch to get along with people with whom I am to be associated and have a feeling that I am a help to them. I should wish l fo have the following qualities: honesty, straight- l forwardness, loyalty, and above all,-a good tg character. My motto or ideal would be like the Rotarians-'Service above Self' ". l ls vvvvvvvvvl 1lf9.iiDeD vvvvvvvv U31 Tlilv YVYVV FI AX 'Z AKIRIEGFII-Ill VVV . Principest ln nineteen twenty-six we started out V, Hummel for our President we chose: Do you remember how we walked about On hazing day with shoe black on the nose? Evelyn Keller at Mid-year took her place Cleaning week was sponsored in her time. Did we not do it with the spirit of a race And make the school shine with new rays sublime? ln twenty-seven we were pretty wise V. Sandercock we chose to be our head. We made the Freshmen open wide their eyes They thought the next day they would sure be dead. The second half we made a little change E. Leh We chose to be our President. Our work began to have a wider range, And money for our pennants then we spent. ln twenty-eight our famous lohnny Smith Became the leader of this mighty class. By this time we no more had minds of pith As juniors we were high above the mass. At Mid-year Hummel took the leadership l-ler power as a leader she made clear. We enviously watched the Seniors take their trip And wondered whether we could go next year. . In twenty-nine grand Seniors we became M. Meixell was elected to the helm. Today we walk these mighty halls of fame: To-morrow we are going to leave this realm. Although we leave, our work is not yet done. Our education is not yet too high. By going further only, fame is won 'Tis no more as it was in days gone by, lVlu.o D. MEIXELL '30 "'Principes is Latin for leaders. vvvvvvvvv He93DeD vvvvvvvv I 14 l 7 T' V yANV!g SJf ff'f:f5,QZ, ALALAAQAALLLLLLQLALLL L X R VVVVWVVVVVVVVVV l1"J L FIX fr -'+ -'M + w,5,,,'fHffwf,:l1 w g " U 5' k if xv ll 1 5 sw-J .gfffill , N 1, 4 I-1'-1 A+- mx Y'4. . - WWQV 75 3 I 1 A ffsff' ' ,.f'i, ,'g, X fb J, ' P: I ,f I7-L' W' 6 3 "ff 'Wi v f i ! L2 Q S' Q X F 1.5 af 'aa 4, lffi if , 1' :X Q ,lf NIH 1. f ,Q -g? ,WJ ji -N n f21s'wg iq :nl T .-- , f - fin-,,A 'gf ,! . ' if ,. f'W E W 4,5 ff Yifm ,aj ww ri f 1 !I1.fffm1ga21a 6 IQ' I Q In I II AI IM, I 4 f 2 ' ' f1? mgQ,'1l ff 1 Gfslfb' 5? YYVVV NAXZAIRIETFIBI VVV Back row: Charles J. Knaussg William M. Bennett, C. Frederick Martin Front Row: Walter E. Kerng Howard E. Shimerg Lester C. Hawk. Board of Education X President HOWARD E. SHIMER Vice-P1'e5ide11t Treasurev' LESTER C. HAWK XVALTER E. KERN ' M em bers C. FREDERICK MARTIN. VVILLIAM M. BENNETT Secretary to the Board CHARLES J. KNAUSS VVVVYYVY H6939 GD I 16 J 'S - vv Naxzfmazezrzut vvv FLORENCE L. NICHOLAS, B. s. Principal Graduated from Nazareth High School East Stroudsburg Sta ers' College Columbia University. Graduate Work at Columbia University te Teach- FREDERICK A. MARCKS, A. B. Sufaerfuising Principal Graduated from Einaus High School Allentown Preparatory School Muhlenberg College vvvvvvvv IIGQZDQD vvvvvvvv E171 ' F New-ff ' VW NAZALRIEIVIHL vvv , MQ, . Mfau f gg W 7,1155 H' file? MMT, KW 2447? 2, ,Ai ?1 ,, 5 Mb QW: Q Q75 new vm 235 . , T 'W Ji, Q . NLE'- L '?!'f59 i F I-I vvvvvvvvv yleggbfg 'jvvvvvvv E131 49 vvvvl NAxzmR1E1r1et vvv Qur Faculty :R GUY CUMP, B. S., MATHEMATICS Graduated from Green Castle High School, Cumberland Valley State Teachers College, Gettysburg College. DON L. DETWEILER, INDUSTRIAL ARTS Graduated from Altoona High School, Pennsylvania State College. CHARLOTTE DIXON, B. C. S., COMMERCIAL Graduated from Bristol High School, Rider College. MIRIAM F. EHRET, A. B., ENGLISH AND CIVICS Graduated from Bethlehem High School: Ursinus College EDWARD FESSLER, B. C. S., COMMERCIAL Graduated from Schuylkill Haven High School, Rider College. MIRIAM KNODERER, ART Graduated from Steelton High School. School Ol' Fine and Applied Arts, Pratt Institute. ANDREW S. LEH, Ph. B., PHYSICAL EDUCATION Graduated from Allentown High School, Muhlenberg College. Graduate work at Columbia University. MARY N. LITTLE, A. B., M. A., ENGLISH Graduated from Central High School, Kansas City, Missouri, Uni- versity Of Illinois. Master's degree from University of Pennsyl- vania. DOROTHY NERLINGER, B. S., LANGUAGES Graduated from Germantown High School, University of Pennsyl- vania. ELMIRA OTT, B. S., PHYSICAL EDUCATION Graduated from Allentown High School, East Stroudsburg State Teachers' College. FRANCES SALTER, B. S., SCIENCE Graduated from Shamokin High School, Cedar Crest College. ADAM SI-IEKLETSKI, B. A., CHEMISTRY Graduated from Newport Township High School, Lehigh Univer- sity. DOROTHY WEIKEL, B. S., Civics Graduated from Germantown High Schoolg University of Pennsyl- VZIUIZI. MAE YEISLEY, B. S. in Ed., MUSIC Graduated from Nazareth I-ligh Schoolg Temple University. VVVYVVVV H595 CD !VVVVYVV t 19 I T VVVVV NAXZAIRIETFIBE VVV , Back Row: Mrs. Walter Stoffletg Miss Mae Yeisleyg Miss Florence Nicholasg Front row: Mrs. Harley Yeisleyg Mrs. G. B. Searlesg Mrs. E. E. Berkawg Mrs. R. T. Peppell Parentffeacher Association 742 I-IE Parent-Teacher Association which was organized two years ago. has shown marked progress, not only in its membership, which numbers 230 at present, but especially in its splendid spirit of cooperation between parents and teachers. For the help and interest which has been shown, the association is very grateful. Meetings were held once a month at which helpful and interesting pro- grams Were presented, while the hospitality committees aided greatly in making the social hour a success. At the opening of the football season the organization presented blankets to the members of the 'football team, which were very much appreciated by the "boys", The officers of the association are: President. Mrs. G. B. Searlesg Vice- President, Miss Katharine Schmuekleg Secretary, Mrs. Earnest Berkawg Treasurer, Mrs. R. T. Peppellg Program Chairman, Miss Florence Nicholasg Membership Chairman, Mrs. Walter Stoftletg Ways and Means Chairman, Mrs. H. P. Yeisleyg Publicity Chairman, Miss Edith Snow, Music Director, Miss Mae Yeisley. 'VVVYYVVV HGQKDCD VVVVVVVV E20l ' vvv N,:x2A1R1e1r1m vv QP I XX X I XM f' , Z ,V WIWN 'ffm ,M , ,f 9 I I w w ? X 7 X gp V ' f RK wx: X X I If , K X 4 N ff A lun N .7 X7-ff wx 4 171 I X Q W YQ V lx +-XA! Q7 XX JA -f""!. 1" "WWW .f gear. J- W4 ik X f Y , ,,. ff'f- v ' ill", N x X I '-:- N fi N X xxx X5 ,X 'H' l a, 4 ,L i .N.x , wwf? QS '6' - ,? fi- 'F 'sg JJ Q 4 Xfffiffif sg : fm f X' - -2- i 12 lf- S ENHEDIRS - VVVVVVVV IIGQZND vivvvvvv - I 21 1 NAXZAIRIETFIHE vv Senior Ofhcers X Presizlent Miro Nlizixerl. Vice Presidevzt Secretary STEPHEN Dusmsm XVOODRONV Furs Treasurer liA'I'I'lRYN Ron N A ssl. Secretary- Treasurer Historian S'ri2RLlNG FRACE T1-IELMA Kmuss Class Colors Class Flower Scarlet' and White Red Rose Class Motto "Not for ourselves, but for others" X K Senior Class History X HEY say that history repeats itself. Let us give it a chance to repeat the history of the Class of '30, We will choose the moving picture as our medium. Since the talking pictures are popular they will just lit in with our program. What a failure a silent picture of our class would be! So much for that. On with the show! The picture irises in on a scene of technicolor. In the foreground we see a green mass and as the picture clears, what do we End? The Class of '30 entering Nazareth High School. . The other members of the school mix with the green objects, not for sociable purposes, but for good-natured hazing. There are many students in the high school, butthe green members, at least in our own minds., dominate the scene. As the picture and plot advance the green becomes paler, so why have the technicolor? lt has served its purpose so we havetthe- neutral tones of the screen. At first the class was so many separate indiviclualsg but as the plot thickens we get together and organize. We take part in the various activities of the school. We now have a supreme object, to become Sophomores. A slow fade-out on the closing of school in june, when we leave the school for two months' vacation. The picture irises in on the scene two months later. Again technicolor. The green objects are again prominent' in the foreground. Even though they are a more brilliant green Qto our eyesj they are not so prominent Qto our mindsj. We still hold the foreground. VVVVYYYVY HEQKD CD VVVVVVVV r 22 J if f Warm Nfsxzamelezrxet Since this is a talking picture we might as well have some conversation. One Sophomore to another. "Don't the Freshmen make some of the worst breaks?" "Well I should say, they're ten times dumber than we were." How characteristic of a Sophomore's mind. This year we choose our class colors and pennants. Scarlet and white are the colors. We also take part in more activities than before. We give members to athletics, to music and debating. ln October we gather together and have a Hallowe'en Party. At this point the sound has to be toned down a bit or you'd all be deaf. Another year has slipped by and now we are juniors. Our importance as upper class men weighs heavily upon us? P F So much so, in fact, that we are re- minded ten times daily tby actual county that we are upper classmen. This year we choose our class rings. They are quite collegiate we think. We are very proud to see them on our hands, and for some of us, on other ipeople's hands. The junior-Senior Reception is our festivity this year. The gym is dressed for the gala occasion in Scarlet and Gray, the Senior Class colors. Everyone is in a party mood and leave at the end with genuine regret. jolly occasions with Spring as a background crowd into the picture. We would like to review them all, but june is just around the corner. September once more. Our last year in Nazareth High. We feel at last our importance, to some extent. We are cautioned against Senioritis. But upon analysis we find it conspicuous only in its absence. Comet Staff ollieers are elected. Work is begun. We are very much in earnest about our work. We want our book to be a success. Then the junior-Senior Reception comes once more to brighten up the scene. This time we are guests. We are to act dignified. But again we wear our unaccustomed role poorly, and, before the evening is far advanced, we shed it and run away. Exams come upon the heels of Christmas vacation. They seem so much more important this last year. Safely over them we have a spell of easier breathing. A pall of gloom is cast over the entire school by the deaths of a schoolmate, Rue Cooley, and our classmate, jacob Fraunfelder. Coming at this time it seems a reminder that we should not take Life too lightly for we are only mortals. Then the Senior Play. Tryouts and rehearsals. The play takes shape and is Hnally presented in May. The Senior Trip. That goal toward which we have worked. A week of gloriously happy days of sightseeing. I Commencement. Black robes oddly enough give us the dignity that some- how did not seem to lit us before. The rows of class members seated upon the stage. The last time they shall be students in this building. Commencement. The beginning, not the end. We have completed our elementary course in the school of Life. lt is our foundation. We have had a good beginning if we let it be so. What we build hereafter will be our own handi- work. Our teachers have tried to instil in us the knowledge to enable us to choose carefully the stones with which we build our lives. And so, the scene fades out to the ringing tune of our Alma Mater. Fare- welll THELMA L. Krmuss, Historian -yvvvvvvvv grtggpfp yvvvvvvvvvlg-E l 23 J sfltaalaltzflef vv MARY ACHENBACH "Alouicious" Mary hails from the growing community of Belfast. She is famous for her non-stop reading: she never notices a period. She is a good-natured girl. This fact was proved by her willingness to work during Institute Week. The class of '30 wishes you success in all you do. ANNA BREINIG "Anna Elizabeth" Anna, as our captain, led our basketball team through a very successful season. Besides basketball, she has engaged in many activities. Anna is a perfect tease, especially around boys. She desires to be a nurse and We want her to come through with flying colors. Assistant Secretary-Treasurer Class 4353 Student Council 4251 Commercial Club 1453 Class Basketball C155 Glee Club 115 C35 C453 Basketball C25 C35 1453 Cantata C359 Captain C459 Operetta i453 Civics Club C153 Comet Staff C459 Dramatic Club C453 Senior Play 645. WOODROW BRONG "Woody" "Woody" is our class cut-up. Wherever there is an uproar he is soon to be seen. "Woody" has a keen sense of humor which is daily revealed in English and Law Classes. Woodrow hasn't decided just what he will do. In Whatever you do, we wish you good luck. Class Basketball Q15 425 f35 145: Athletic Association Treasurer 1455 Assistant Football Manager i352 President Civics Club C153 Class Baseball 4353 Operetta 145: Class Treasurer i353 Comet Staff C453 Senior Play 6451 Hi-Y C35 C453 Glee Club C453 Dramatic Club 435. - vvvvvvvvv HeQ3DeD vvvvvvvv I 24 l vvvvv Naxautlazezrzet vvv IDELLA BROUSE "K0ifee" Idella may seem quiet to others but she is one of the best pals we know. Mary and Idella are the inseparables. Although troubles sometimes pile on Idella, she dismisses them with her pleasant and ever-ready smile. Idella does not know what she will dog but remember, Idella, We're backing you. Civics Club 1133 Glee Club 133. STEPHEN DUSINSKI "Stevie" belongs to that "old gang of mine", that is NETTIE DECH Nettle" Nettie played a fighting game in the past basketball season for old Nazareth High. What would the team have done without the husky and deiiant guard? Although Nettie dislikes Commercial subjects, her grades do not show it. We know Nettie will be somebody's good steno- grapher. May you always keep the fighting spirit of Naz- areth High. Glee Club 113 123 1333 Civics Club 1139 Class Basketball 113: Basketball 123 133 143. "Stevie" always getting into trouble. In fact Stephen is known for his excellent misconduct many times in the past. But in spite of this he is a good student under pressure. "Stevie" desires to be a chemical engineer. Your classmates send with you the horseshoe for good luckg we hope there's no kick in it. Class Basketball 133 1433 G-lee Club 1435 Class Baseball 1235 Vice-President Class 143. vvvvvvvv ILGQZMD Tvvvvvvv l25l fam vvvvvv NAxQA1R1e1m1fvvv5 MINERVA FRANTZ This jolly maid is an instigator for amusement in "gym" class and this shows us that she certainly will not want to become a physical education teacher. We rather think she would be a charming actress. If you ever need moral support, Minerva, we have it. Glee ciub cn C29 C35 C495 Dramatic Club C19 C29 C39 C499 Class Basketball C19 C295 Varsity Basketball C39 C495 Senior Play C 49 . STERLING FRACE "Fracie" "Fracie', graduated from ponies to Fords. We think he would have better stuck to poniesg they are not so dangerous. Perhaps his many absences are due to motor troubles? Does Sterling ever have a serious thought? We wonder. In whatever you do, Fracie, we're rooting for you. Class Basketball C39 C495 Assistant Secretary-Treasurei' C495 Orchestra C19 C295 Class Baseball C29. flMin!9 WVOODROW FULS "Panty Waist" "W0ody,' is the smallest member of our class. Before the Senior year "Woody" was a quiet boy, but recently he has become a perfect tease, perhaps through the influence of "Woody" Brong. Woodrow is ve1'y much interested in commercial work and intends to continue his education in this line. We are certain your life will be worthwhile. Class Basketball C19 C29 C39 C491 Class Baseball C395 Vice-President Class C395 Class Secretary C495 Class Treasurer C495 Civics Club C19. vvvvvvvvv 19939 eD vvvv E261 1 .,.Qj,.L f" v vQ lv Naxzaielemer vv KATHLEEN GORMAN "Kathleen" Kathleen is an out-of-town student. She is a quiet girl who uses most of her effort in studying her lessons. Kathleen is rather shy but those who know her value her highly as a friend. She is always ready to assist in any activity and we are certain that success will come to such a willing worker. Civics Club 613: Glee Club C335 Commercial Club C43 Publicity Staff 6433 Comet Stalf 143. MARION HEYER "Marianne" Marion is musical as well as artistic. She is sure to know the latest theme songs. The art work in this book is largely due to the eiforts of Marion. We know Mar- ion's interests are -not confined to the Senior class only because of her interest in a certain Junior. As a nurse we wish you heaps of success. Glee Club C13 C23 133 C432 Operetta C13 C23 C433 Class Basketball C13 f23 4435 Class Secretary 1133 Treasurer Athletic Association C33g President Dramatic Club C435 Comet Stall' 643. MIKE HOWELL Student Council C33 3 x cnMike99 Mike is the youngest member of our class. That doesn't say he hasn't engaged in any school activities. In fact he is a very active boy, at times too active in the thing he shouldn't do. Happy go-lucky, that's Mike 10072. But his great energy put to useful things such as football, basketball and baseball We don't know what you wishes. Civics Club 113: Varsity Football 443, Class Baseball C235 Varsity Baseball C33 4435 Class Basketball 433 C439 Student Council 133. make him the best of athletes. wish to do but you have our best Sub. C331 vvvvvvvvv ILGQZMD vvvvvvvv f27l ...gall vv Naxzfmazezrzer vv VIRGINIA HUMMEL ability will go the rest. Dramatic Club 1333 Operetta 1433 3' Cantata 133g IRMA ITTERLY "Itterly', Irma expects to be a stenographer and has had some practical experience. We are sure that she will be suc- cessful as she can always be depended upon. Good luck to you, Irma. Glee Club 133 1431 Cantata 1333 Operetta 143: Treasurer Magazine Fund 1435 Class Basketball 1433 Cornet Staff 1435 Student Council 143. , FLORENCE KAHLER Civics Club 1135 Glee Club 123 1333 Student Council 113 123 1439 Sec. 1333 Sophomore History Prize 123: Secretary Civics Club 1135 Glee Club 113 123 133 1432 Commercial Club 1433 Class Basketball 113 1233 rf-Iinnyn Virginia is noted for her red cheeks and her ability as a leader. She is a willing worker and is always ready with a helping hand. Wherever you go or whatever you do, the best wishes of the class of '30 go with youg your Class President 113 133: Comet Staff 1433 Class Basketball 1433 Publicity Staff 133 143. ,JX- "Kahler" Kahler is our star forward. She tosses the ball in the basket at the right time. Then, too, she is a good dancer. Though an active girl, she has not neglected her lessons. As a stenographer, we wish you success. X Varsity Basketball 133 1431 Treasurer Commercial Club 143. V vvvvvvvvv 1le93DeD Vvvvvvvv l2Sl T' vvvvv N511 ZAIRIETFIHI ?-vv EVELYN KELLER "Keller" Evelyn is a studious girl. This is shown by her high standing in the class. But Evelyn's labors are not only confined to school as we have learned that she is quite an adept in the art of hairdressing. As a teacher, we know you will win the hearts of your pupils. Civics Club 1153 Class President 1153 Vice-President 115: Secretary 1353 Glee Club 115 1353 Comet Stall 145: Student Council 115. THELMA KNAUS S Senior Play 1459 Cornet Staff 145: Cheerleader 1359 Music Council 1453 Cantata 1353 KERMIT KNECHT "Nuts" Kermit is our walking dictionary. That says a lot for him. We know he is not so keen about reading text- books: but Oh! My! other books. Kermit does not always agree with youg he has ideas of his own. On the foot- ball team he proved a valuable asset. We hope you will have the opportunity to assert your ideas in a big way. Civics Club 1153 Football 145, Sub. 135: Glee Club 125 1452 Asst. Secretary-Treasurer 145: Comet Staff 145: Class Basketball 135 1459 Orchestra 135 1453 Hi-Y 135 145: Operetta 115 125 1455 "Tink" Thelma is our editor-in-chief. Her ability and pleas- ing personality have won the high esteem of her class- mates. Thelma is an excellent all-round student, en- gaging in basketball, debating, dramatics, art and music. With these fine characteristics, we know you will succeed. National Forensic League 135 145, Sec. 145: Glee Club 115 125 135, Treas. 1455 Class Historian 115 125 135 1455 N. F. L. Degree of Honor 145: Asst. Secretary-Treasurer 115 g Debating, Captain 125 135 145: Oratorical Contest 1253 Basketball, Varsity Sub. 1455 Alumni Debating Prize 145, Publicity Staff 135 1453 Dramatic Club 135 1459 Class Basketball 115 125: Debating Club 1453 Commercial Club 145. vvvvvvvvv ggeggng vvgvvljili E293 NACZAIRIEQVIHK vv ETHEL LEH "Ethel" Ethel is one of the best friends we can have. She is pleasant to anyone and everyone. As a member of the business department of the "Comet Staff" she showed her willingness to Work. Ethel is a real go-getter in our class. Because of her ability in selling tickets for any activity we are sure'Ethel would make an excellent sales- woman. Ethel's pleasing personality will greatly aid her in teaching a kindergarten class. Class President C253 Treasurer C25 C353 Student Council C15, Treasurer C233 Secretary Athletic Association C453 Custodian of Documents C33 C453 Orchestra C25 C35 C453 Glee Club C133 Dramatic Club C433 Civics Club C133 Comet Staff C43. MILDRED MABUS "Milly" Mildred is a very industrious "Commercial student? She is always planning to go on a diet, but then-she doesn't walk enough. What would the Commercial Club have done without Mildred? Milly desires to be a "Stenog". Keep up the good work and your future will be bright. President Commersial Club C433 Glee Club C23 C33, Secretary C453 Civics Club Secretary C133 Class Basketball C25 C433 Student Council C353 Class Secretary C333 Comet Stat? C453 Cantata C33 3 Senior Play C433 Operetta C45. CARL MARCKS "Ma,rcksic" Donlt let appearances deceive you. He looks quiet and indifferent but 'fGoodness me!"-- he isn't usually. Carl sometimes gets into mischief but we know he can be industrious. This was shown by his good work in foot- ball. Carl desires to be an electrical engineer. We wish you much success in achieving your goal! Student Council Asst. Secretary-Treasurer C253 Glee Club C15 C25 C43, Treasurer C433 - Orchestra C35 C45, Treasurer C453 Class Basketball C15 C23 C33 C433 Vice-President Civics Club C133 Vice-President Class C333 Basketball C33 C433 Football C33, Varsity C433 Class Baseball C253 Senior Play C453 Operetta C25 C433 Comet Staff C43. - vvvvvvv-vv 3fe'93ucD vvvvvvvv laol na JOHN MEMMERT "Memmert" John loves to talk! He is always giving his opinion. Perhaps if he'd put a. little more initiative into his lessons he would get better marks. However, he is willing to help at other times, as may be seen by his work during In- stitute and Christmas week. John also has a flare for dramatics. May success be with you! Civics Club 1153 Glee Club 135 1433 Operetta 1433 Dramatic Club 137 1433 Senior Play 149: Comet Staff 1473 Debating Club 149. MILO MEIXELL -E 'W vvvvvv Naxazmazezrxar Www "Milo" Von mah dah ux nend non cumd ah ga' rend. That's ELWOOD METZ Metzie is our studious boy. He has been holding his Milo! always speaking German. Milo is our class presi- dent. He has so many good qualities that we can't do him justice. He is an acrobat of high note. Milo is a good student and we have an idea that his favorite studies are foreign languages because he puts them into daily use. Keep up the good work, Milo. Civics Club 1133 Football Sub. 129 1453 Student Council 125, Vice-President 147: Glee Club 1273 Comet Staff 1453 Class President 1493 Harmonica Band 1433 Hi-Y 137. Treasurer 149. "Metzle" own at Iirst place in class standing for the four years of high school. Besides, he has played football. His many drawings in this "Comet" are one of his valuable con- tributions to the class. Elwood desires to be a civil en- gineer and the class feels that if you continue the hard work begun at high school, fame will surely attend you. Current Events Prize 1153 Class Baseball 1255 Hi-Y 1393 Harmonica Band 135 1453 Football 1433 Comet Staff 1433 Student Council 149. J VVYYYVY H5939 en ffilj ,777 Y.n...W Y new vvvvv NAZAIRIEIVIHL vvv best wishes for success. Class Baseball 127: Glee Club 137 1473 Baseball Manager 147 Operetta 147. BEATRICE MILLHOUSE "Beatrice" Wherever Evelyn is seen, Beatrice is sure to be near by. She is a good student and puts a lot of time on her work. We feel that her marks are well earned. Beat- rice doesn't know what she will take up as her life work but we know that such a happy spirit will enjoy much good fortune. Vice-President Class 117g Glee Club 117 1373 Debating Team 137g Alumni Oratorical Contest, 2nd Prize 1375 Publicity Staff 1373 National Forensic League 1373 Comet Staff 147. she has been at school. Civics Club 1173 Glee Club 117 1373 Class Secretary 1275 Publicity Staff 1473 Comet Stai 147: Commercial Club. 147 Hvvvvvvvvvv 1fe93DeD , vvvv E321 RALPH METZ M6tZl8 Metzie possesses such a laige number of motor cars that we feel he should establish a taxicab company for the purpose of transporting Nazareth High students to and from Cherry Hill. Besides Ralph has a happy go lucky air about him. He has helped the class in many activities. As an electrical engineer we extend to you Class Basketball 137 147 Assistant Baseball Managel 137 JANET RINKER Janet Janet is a silent and demure lass and she is a good friend, too. In Commercial Law Class she certainly has helped us out many a time She is studious and makes good grades. Her typing ability has proved a real asset for she has helped type this Comet As somebodys stenog we know she will be as thoi ough and accurate as vvvvgvd NAZAIRIEQFIBL vvvv KATHRYN ROHN "Kit" Kathryn is our famous dreamer. Thislittle lass has ideas all her own. She is diligent in her lessons and has engaged in all of the activities of her class. Her most striking characteristic is a crowning glory of red hair. We certainly admire it! "Kit" desires to be a librarian and we know she will be successful. Class Basketball 113 143: Class Secretary 123: Vice-President 1333 Assistant Secretary-Treasurer 1333 Basketball Manager 1435 Athletic Council 143: Comet Staff 143: Class Treasurer 1433 Commercial Club 143. LOTTIE ROTH "R.0thie" Lottie's work on the basketball team is highly com- mendable. She seems to enjoy life and her merry laugh tells us she is around. Lottie possesses a beautiful Voice but seems to regard it lightly. We do not know what a happy future. Operetta 113 123: Glee Club 113 123 133 VINCENT SANDERCOCK "Sandy" Vincent is our ladies' man--in fact--a lion among ladies. But the ladies don't worry Sandy much. He is a good representative of what the all-round student should be. He has done good work on all the athletic teams as well as in other activities. We wish you suc- you wish to beg but Lottie, you have our best wishes for Vice-President Civics Club 113 Basketball 113 123 143 Captain 133 cess for we know you have ability. Football 113 123, Varsity 133-1433 Basketball 123, Varsity 133 1433 Baseball 133, Captain 1433 Student Council 123, President 1335 Glee Club 1333 Class President 1233 Comet Staff 1433 Senior Play 1433 Vice-President Literary Club 133. vvvvvvvvv Heggbgg yvvvvvvv E331 ,ww VVVVVV N AX ZAIRIEIFIBI VVV MARY SCHLE GEL "Schlegel" A bump, a bustle and you know Mary is around. She certainly has a great amount of energy. Sometimes this energy is useless but when put into an activity like de- bating she certainly helps to bring the team through with flying colors. Schlegel wishes to be a nurse and we know that if she continues her good work, good for- tune will smile on her. Forensic League C25 C35, President C455 Alumni Oratorical Prize C35: Class Basketball C25 C35 C455 Debating Team C25 C35 C453 ' Magazine Committee C35: Orchestra C35 C453 Class Secretary C155 Glee Club C155 Publicity Staff C355 Dramatic Club C353 Comet Staff C45. JOHN SMITH "Schmitty" John is our famous orator. Let him make a speech and he will do better than you thought could have been done. John puts just as much vigor in other activities, such as football and baseball. He led the football team through a very successful season this year. We know he has the nghting spirit that will win in spite of obstacles. "Schmitty" desires to be a lawyer. May the indomitable spirit you possess win you every case. Varsity Football C15 C25 C35, Captain C455 Varsity Basketball C15 C25 C353 Varsity Baseball C15 C25 C35 C459 Debating Team C45, Captain C353 President Out-of-Town Association C35 C453 Hi-Y C25 C35, Vice-President C455 Assistant Secretary-Treasurer Class C25: Vice-President Literary Society C253 Vice-President Athletic Association C35: Vice-President Student Council C353 American History Prize C35: Comet Stan C455 Publicity Committee C455 Class President C353 National Forensic League C45. WILLIAM TEEL Civics Club C152 Harmonica Band C35 C453 Class Baseball C25 C35. "Billy Bill is one of the quietest boys in om' class, which says a lot for him. But at times we know he possesses some fire, if we remember correctly. Bill plans to take up car- pentering. May you build the best of houses. n vvvvvvvg 1129390 Fvvvvvvv - E34l 'r' Nax-ZAIRIEQFH vv ? LUELLA WUNDERLY "Wunderly" Luella is our husky class basketball captain. When put to any test "Wunderly" certainly will pull through. She possesses a spirit that can't be crushed. The Senior class knows that Luella has some very decided opinions of her own and can easily prove that she is right. Luella desires to be a nurse. We feel the profession is gaining in getting you. Civics Club C175 Dramatic Club i491 Glee Club C435 Operetta C453 Class Basketball C13 C453 Assistant Secretary-Treasurer Class 115: Comet Staff C493 Senior Play 445. MISS GRIJVI School Nurse Miss Grim has chalge of the medical Work carried on in the schools of Nazareth and Hellertown. Once each year a general examination is made of all the school chil- dren. The remainder of the year she checks up on the treatment given and if the defect has not been remedied she sees that it is attended to. There is also quite a bit ol Welfare work connected with her many other duties. Graduated from Nazareth High Schoolg Pennsylvania Hospital. vvvvvvvvv 1395959 ivvvvvvvv f35l F1 lllyyf vvvvv Naxzfmazezrzet Class Prophecy yt NE evening, not long ago, I sat in my room reading a book before retiring. I was feeling physically tit with not a care on my mind. The story I was reading was light nction, an amusing little love story. ' At about eleven'o'clock, I rose from my chair and made ready for the night. I opened the window so that there was plenty of ventilation, turned out my light' and climbed into bed. . I do not recall having any special dreams the first half of the night, no physical disturbance, and I slept soundly. U , Early in the morning a ghastly inner shriek seemed to tear through me. Im dying . Ilthought. Something was happening to me, a physical sensation which seemed like a heart attack. I say a physical sensation. This was not a dream. I was fully awake, and yet I was not. When the phenomenon started was lying on my bed in my room, the next moment I was plunging down a mystic depth of cool, blue space, with a sinking sensation like that which is present when going down in a fast elevator. Queer noises rang in my ears. All the time I was thinking, "So this is death". Next I was whirling madly. Someone reached out, caught me, stopped me. A calm, clear, 'friendly voice said close to my ear: "Take it easy. Donlt be alarmed. You're all right. We're here to help you". Someone had hold of me -- two persons in fact -- they were supporting me. I was physically weak from my fall and I could not open my eyes because of the sting of the queer opal light that diffused the place into which I had come. When I could manage it I found that I had been laid on a marble bench and two young men, dressed somewhat like internes in a hospital, stood beside me. "Feeling better?", the taller of the two asked as I sat up. "Yes", I stammered. Where am I?" They exchanged good-humored glances. They never answered my question. I took stock of my surroundings. I was in a sort of marble unished patio. The place was lighted by that soft opal illumination. A Roman pool was in front of the bench on which I was sitting. As I sat there people began to pass through the patio. Some of them looked inexpressibly familiar although older. It seemed as though I had known these people at some time, very intimately. As I watched, my vision grew clearer. Suddenly, I saw a 'face among the throng which I immediately recognized. The people were clad in conventional garb and this one was dressed in a nurse's uniform. It was my old pal, Anna Breinig. When she saw me, she came to me. vvvvvvvvv 1re93DeD ivvvvvvvv - l 36 I , Qi Wv Naxzfmazezrxet vv "Oh, Anna, it's so good to see you. What are you doing? Still a nurse, I suppose?" "Yes", she answered, "I am head nurse at jefferson Hospital, in Phila- delphiaf' "You always wanted to be a nurse, didn't you? I suppose you're married, aren't you?" "Yes, my husband is Dr. james, head surgeon at the hospital." "What is happening to our Old Maids' Society?" I sighed. "I remember how we used to talk of what we would be back in dear old N. I-I. S. By the way, is Florence liahler around here "Yes, she is quite a figure in the business world. Of course, she's marriedg but that doesn't interfere a great deal." just then another figure detached itself from the throng, and it was Florence, herself. After greeting her, I said. "Well, isn't it just like old times, three pals once more united?" Of course, we gossiped then for I had to know all about each one of my classmates. 'fWhere is Virginia Hummel?" I asked. "Here she is, now,'I said Anna. "She made her money manufacturing that 'famous 'Hummel Lotion' good for red cheeks." Sure enough there was Virginia, with cheeks as red as ever. "Well, your lotion works on you, doesn't it?" I said. Then I asked about Woodrow Brong, and I learned that he had a chain of grocery stores across the country. I always thought he'd do well, for he knew his canned goods. The next one I saw was Woodrow Fuls. "Well, well Woodrow how are you getting along?" I asked. "Oh, I own the Nazareth Waist Company now," he said, "lt's a very up- to-date factory." "Woodrow, you picked the right line," I said. Next' I asked for IVIary Achenbach. I learned that she was principal of the "Belfast Academy for Girls." "The Belfast Academy for Girls," I repeated in surprise. "Yes", said Anna, "lt was founded by Vincent Sandercock. I-Ie always did have a weakness for the femmes" "Gracious, he does go in strong. But where is he now?" "Oh," said Florence, "I-Ie's in the movies now, and quite the fashion. He's a second john Barrymore. And like Barrymore, he married a star." And where is Carl Marcks?" He is principal of N. H. S. Quite a personality about town, at that." "Oh, I see, a chip otf the old block." But what are you doing?" asked Anna. I have a dress shop on Fifth Avenue in New York", I said. "If you want new, imported dress models, come to me. I can give you the newest." rt rf .1 is vvvvvvv He93DeD ivvvvvvvvvlglii I 37 'I . . Illllldl vvvvv Natzanrumriat "To change the subject," I suggested, 4'What about Lottie Roth?" "She is married and has a beautiful little boy," said Florence. I expected that," I said. "When we were asked in school what we were going to do when we left school, she always said, 'Get married '.,' "And where is Nettie De-ch?" "Here she is now," said Florence. "Hello, there, I would scarcely have known you Nettie," I cried. Where are you and what are you doing?" "I am Treasurer of the Consolidated Iron Corporation of America. The oflices are in New York and I am there practically all of the time." "GNoodness, Nettie, I never thought that you would stay in the business world. Sl he way you used to complain about commercial subjects," I laughed. "Do you know what Mike Howell is doing?" Nettie asked. "No," I answered, Udo you?" ' "I-le is an army executive in Texas. He is becoming noted for his service in the flying corps. I saw an article about him in the New York Tribune, and that is how I know." "By the way, do you know who is Editor of the New York Tribune?" asked Anna. "I can't imagine. Don't tell me it's one of our classmates." "None other than Elwood Metz. I-le has made quite a bit of improvement in it, too. Next time you buy one, look for his editorial column. lt's really brilliant." "Elwood was good in art, too. That brings Marion Heyer to my mind. What is she doing?" "She has a school of art in New York City," replied Nettie. "She also has an advanced class in piano teaching." "lVlarion certainly could play when we went to high school." "Do you know what Milo lVleiXelI is doing?" asked Florence. "No, I don't. I imagine some sort of farming," "How did you guess it? He has a scicntihc farm and is an instructor at Pennsylvania State College in Scientific Farming." "I knew Milo would do well in whatever he took up. Where is janet Rinker?" "janet is an instructor in a very large commercial school in Philadelphia. She has perfected a new system of shorthand which makes it possible to write much more rapidly." . "There, isn't that Katharine Rohn? The woman with red hair. l'm sure it is. l'lI call to her. Katharine!" The woman turned towards' me and it certainly was Katharine. Her hair was not a bit less red. "Well, Katharine, it certainly is good to see you again. You are looking very w-ell. What are you doing?" cr YVVVVYVVY HEQ5: CD VVVVVVVY r as J Naxzfmazearmt vv "I'm head librarian in the Congressional Library. I took up library work as soon as I left High School." "And where is Kathleen Gorman?" "She is the champion typist of the world. She perseveres and perseve- rance wins the race. She had plenty of practice while working on the "Cotnet"." "What about Mildred Mabus?" I asked. "She is married just as we all expected she would be, She has a beautiful home on the outskirts of Nazareth. It is one of the show places of the town." "What is Sterling Erace doing? Why, there he is now! See, he's coming this way. I-lello Sterling, how are you and what have you been doing?" I'Oh, I raise polo ponies," he replied. "And let me tell you, if you ever want a good pony come around and I'll show you the best there are. Why my ponies have pedigrees ---- "Wait a minute, wait a minute." I said laughingly, "Who told you I was a polo player. Besides I only go in for pedigrees on dogs." 'IWeIl, that's too badg because I certainly have some hne ponies." "Can you tell me what Ralph Metz is doing?". I queried. "Why, yes, he is the President of the General Motors Company. I-Ie always had so many difterent kinds of cars when he was in school, so it's no wonder." I "Have you seen Idella Brouse lately? I wonder what she's doing?" "Oh," said Sterling, "I can tell you that: she and her husband own a bus line between Bangor. Nazareth, and other pointsfl "She always was interested in buses when we were in high school, wasn't she?" "Irma Itterly, what is she doing? Secretarial work, I suppose?" Right you are. She is private secretary to the President of the United States." "What is Stephen Dusinski doing?" He is head announcer on station WHIZ. He won the prize for the best diction, given by the 'Society of Arts and Letters '.', Hliermit Knecht is President of the Standard Plumbing Fixtures Company," said Anna. "Where are Mary Schlegel and Ethel Leh?" "Mary is a Senator from Pennsylvania and Ethel is a kindergarten teacher. She has a large studio in New York, and Mary has a house in Washington, D. C." "Those two other pals, Beatrice Millhouse and Evelyn Keller, where are nr 1: they?" "Beatrice is debating coach at Vassar College. She has turned out the best debating teams that college has ever had. Evelyn is a famous beauty specialist. Her salon is famous in Europe and the United States. She has a salon in New York, San Francisco and Paris." VVVVVYVVY Ilfglfp QD VVVVVVVV E391 -R vvvvv Naxlzfmazezrzet Www "Where is john Smith?" I asked. "l'Ie is running for governor of Pennsylvania. I am sure he will be elected. I-le is very popular in this state." "And Minerva Frantz, where is she?" "She is instructor in Physical Education at Nazareth High School. She has turned out several very successful basketball teams. This year's team was undefeatedff "I was about to ask for Luella Wunderly, and there she is now. I-Iello, Luella, how are you?" l'm fine," she said, in her hearty voice. "What are you doing?" I'm a French instructor in the University of Southern California. I like it very much." "I remember that you were fond of French in high school." I said. "What is john Memmert doing?" "I-Ie started out with an ice-cream parlor in Nazareth but now he has a restaurant in New York which is said to rival Sherry's." "Well, it seems as though we have talked over everyone in the class cI0esn't it?" ' 'II think we have," said Anna. "Oh, noghere is the only one we haven't, William Teel." "I--Iello, Bill," I greeted him. "What are you doing?" "Oh, I have a large trucking business," he said. "l'm getting along very well." "I guess we've talked over everyone," said Anna. "And now I must go. Goodbye. It's been so good to see you." One by one they said good-bye until I was once more left alone. Then I noticed that the patio was empty except for me. The throng which had been passing through had disappeared in the turquoise distance. I saw a swirling blue cloud coming toward me which apparently came from nowhere. Instead of pressing me down, it lifted and elevated me. As it enlfoldecl me, I heard that clear voice say: "You have visited the year r945." With that I was lifted up on that long whirling journey through that blue space. A moment later I was lying in my bed. I was very tired, as from a great physical exertion. I could not sleep again that night, but sat up and wrote down the facts that I have here chronicled. I say facts -- I am sure it was not a dream. xr rr T. L. K. '30 vvvvvvvvv IIGQZMD 7vvvvvvv - I 40 I NAZAIRIETFIHL vv You Can See Or Hear the Semi rs in: fr O X The Delightful R0gZtL'U-XVOODROW BRONG This Thing Called Love"--M,xR1ON HEYER The Mysterious Dr. Fu Marzclnf'--ELWOOD METZ The Bachelor Girl"-MARY ACHENBACH Welcome Danger"-jOHN SMITH The ICTSSH-NIINERVA FRANTZ The Careless Age"-RALPH NIETZ :A if ra 1: rr fa Duncan Sisters in B M 4: 1 1 - n - I - ,A - It S H Great Life BATR CE II 1 HOUSE Y EVELYN KELLER "What Price Gl07j','-JOITIN MEMMERT AtGE7ITZL"l71E71 PT6ft:'?'7'6'dH??-AIANET RINKER Half-Way to I-leawerf'-VINCENT SANDERCOCK Naughty AfTd7'T6Tfd,!-M.ARY SCHLEGEL The One Wormm TCTGIIU---XVILLIAM TEEL THELMA KNAUSS Our Darzcirzg S FLORENCE KAHLER Daughters" ' ANNA BREINIG NIILDRED MABUS Love Comes f1l07Zgu-CARL MARCKS Oh! TCIZ-VH-KATHRYN ROHN Nix on Dd77Z6X,,-MIl.O NIEIXELL So Long Lefty"-LUELLA XVUNDERLY L. rf rr fr es fr 1. 44 4: The Street A1Igl?lU--KATHLEEN GORMAN "Pleasure BOZLIILTH-XVCODROXV FULS als Everybody Happj'?"-VIRGINIA HUMMEL The Mau and the M ome11t"MLOT'rIE ROTH Lowe, Live and LZIZLZQTJH-NETTIE DECH The Sacred FZLZWZEH-IDELLA BROUSE KERMIT KNECHT NIIKE HONVELL STERLING FRACE STEPHEN DUSINSKI Sumzgv Side UPU-QIRMA ITTERLY Not So DZl77Ib,!-ETITIEL LEH The Four Devils" S fr 4. sl vvvvvvvvv 3LeQ3DeD vvvvvvvvvvnjq E 41 I YYV NAXZAIRIEZFIBE VVV Last Will and Testament of the Class of 1930 K WE, the Senior Class of the Nazareth I-ligh School, in the Borough of Nazareth, in the County of Northampton, in the State of Pennsylvania, in the United States of America, realizing that we are about to leave these halls of learning and supposing all of us to be of sound mind, do hereby bequeath the following treasures, which we feel we ought not hoard, and make public in this our last will and testament. I. To the students we give our ability to agree in Senior Class Meeting. ll. To the coming Senior Class we bequeath our place in Assembly. Ill. To the Sophomores we give the hard work which awaits them. IV. To the Freshmen we give the opportunity to initiates their successors. May the crop of dandelions be just as large. V. We, members of the class of '30, have certain characteristics which we wish to distribute among the members of the school as we see Ht and we beg that you care for them tenderly. 1. Mary Achenbach's plumpness to Maria Marx. 2. Anna Breinig's silly laugh to George Brong. 3. Woodrow Brong's monkey shines to Bertha Savitz. 4. ldella Brousels modesty to Kathryn Engle. 5. Nettie Dech's ability as a guard to next year's basketball team. 6. Stephen Dusinski's love for playing hookey to Walter Peters. 7. Sterling Erace's Ford to Miss Wunderly. This should enable her to get here to open the Library door on time. S. Minerva Frantz's dates to Grace Williamson. 9. Woodrow Ful's freckles to Charles Ruth. Take good care of them Charlie! io. Kathleen Gorman's long walk to Nazareth to l-larold Stout. This should help you to reduce, Harold. ii. Marion I-leye1"s talent in the line of drawing to Earl Laudig. 12. Mike Howell's way with women to john Kuller. g vvvvvvv 1reQ5,,gD ?vvvvvvv l 42 1 VVVVV N AX 'Z AIRIEIFIBE VV 13. Virginia Hummel's red cheeks to Ethel Rudge. 14. Irma ltt'erly's secretarial ability to Edgar Babp. Use it lavishly Ed. 15. Florence Kahler's ability to play basketball to Maybelle Happel. 16. Evelyn lielleris bobbed hair and marcel to Lena Berger. 17. Thelma Knauss' ability to argue to Eva Reimer. 18. Kermit Knecht's vocabulary to Howard Getz. 19. Ethel Leh's and Mary Schlegel's friendship to Mildred and Thelma Kahler. Please don't fight any more, girls. 2o. Mildred Mabus' ability to dance to Nelson Messinger. 21. Carl Marcks' cornet to future cornet players. May you have peace and harmony. 22. jolm Memmert's ability to bluft to Robert DeRc-amer. 23. Milo Meixell's executive ability to the president of the junior Class. 24. Elwood Metz's scholastic ability to Emmett Young. 25. Ralph Metz's Chevrolet to all future students coming from Cherry Hill. 26. Beatrice Millhouse's sweet and low voice to Ralph Slonaker. 27. janet Rinker's taciturnity to Miriam Reimer. 28. Katharine Rohn's auburn hair to Raymond Reinert. Girls, just watch the sheik! 29. Lottie Roth's sentimentality to Oliver Kahler. 3o. Vincent Sandercock's courtliness to Paul Miller. 31. john Smith's athletic ability to Peter Yeisley. 32. William Teel's quietness to William Siebler. 33. Luella NVunderly's sense ol' humor to Esther Millhouse. Lastly we give to next year's Comet Stall all the success that we have had and more in making the "Comet" bigger and better than ever. ln Witness Whereof, we hereunto set our hand and seal, this twenty-hfth day of june, Nineteen Hundred and Thirty. S1oNeD: CLASS or lQ3O ATTESTS: NTILO lVlE1x131.1. Enwixizo C1-1R1s'r1v1,xN DOROTI-lY D121cH1v1,xN iVlll.DRED KA1e11.ER vvvvvvv 13939 gg yvvvvvvv I 43 l NJ.-.x2AiR1E1r1HL vv Hlnvvvvvvvvvv neggbeg Lvvvv iii? E441 NAQALRIEQVIBL Q I 5. Y f bf -' Xa . WN wx K ,V a 7 54 q-55. -L " , f'ig7Z4'W 'f Ash ' 4' 1' 4 f' 4 - , Q V -, Wu, .- .1 I D 1, ,.,g 25' 2Y " 337 X . '- .-Q,i'?h.,g , -. Tfgslzk rrs-A'1:DiF:.ji '41 P -A A. if f t :ask .l ljirqu, - '54 ' f ,gf .' " - , N!-,. -'.f.,,..f,., ,-Qgpzfrd.,-'..,'w.-- Q '-51-,Y v. 1 , . . .f--- JIUNIHDER35 VVVVVVVVV HGQZMD vvvvvvvv E451 3.5-f W: NANQAIRIEQEIHL vvv JUNIOR 'CLASS Junior Cflicers K President PAUL BAYDA V ice-Preside-1125 Sewelary Mmmm Rmmlzlz li,x'1'HrzYN ENGLE Treasurer TONY Bows fl sst. Secretary- Treasurer H istorimz NELSON BRAMER lVlARlON KERN Class Colors Class Flower Royal Blue :md Silver Gray White Rose Class Motto "What we do, let us do well." vvvvvvvv 1595960 vvvvvvvv I 46 l Nateararezrzar vi junior -Class History 241 NOTI-IER successful year has swiftly passed and we Gnd ourselves three- quarters ol' the way through high school. We feel proud of the many members of our ranks who have participated in athletic, musical and literary activities of the school. On December 12, we had the honor of entertaining the Seniors at a recep- tion. The gymnasium was decorated in Yule-tide colors. Music, 'furnished by the "Sirens", added much to the enjoyment ol' the evening. During the football season, we sought an addition to our treasury by selling doggies at the football games. During the basketball season, we sold candy to the rooters. ln the magazine drive many individual prizes were won by the members oil our class. With fond memories of a happy junior year, we look forward to our Senior year, hoping that ours is a class ol' which Nazareth High will be proud. lvl.-KRION KERN, Historian Class Roll X JEROME ANGERT-M1 simply rnnst protect my knees." EDGAR BABP-nl use Sz"acornb." PAUL BAYDA-H1'1t3 talks and talks and when he is hnished, we 'wonder what it was all about." ARTHUR BECK-UVV6 hope that football treats him better next N year." C,Lai'ToN BECK- .-lnother Napoleon. He came, he saw, he con- qzreredf' lVlARY BERGER-UOZH' future guard." VERNA BERGER-UD07Z,f you like my watch?" 'l'oNY BoLAs-"I have all night and then some." NELSON BRAIVIER-4hS0fJl707l1,07'8 girls have a strong attraction for hint." GEORGE BRONG-"He shakes a mean milk-slmke." EDNVARD C1-IRISTMAN-HI keep strict training rules." ROBERT lDEREAIX'lER-1.130635 he ever stop pesteringf' Fav lDlE'l'Z-u1'I'l37' quiet 'voice is sonzetirnes the exasperation of teachers." KATHRYN ENGLE--H5138 confines her affections to her own class." vvvvvvyl 1re95DeD vvvvvviv l47l YYY NAXZAIRIETFIBE VV JOHN FREEMAN-"What would school be without him?" ELEANOR GANG-:KWH wonder if they have any more at home like her." ELWOOD GINTHER-UIJTIZ ready for the Pen Argyl bus ! "' DAVID GRIM-"His name does not suit him." BEATRICE GRUBB-"Our expert typistf' GEORGE I-IANGEN-"I have long pants, I'm growing up." GILBERT I-IELLICR-"Ain't love grand." -IANIES HENRY-HFOT he's a jolly good fellow." PERMAN I'lUGHES-Hlflflby didn't he die in I86O instead of I862?" CARL -IOIINSON-"A willing worker." MARGARET JONES-LKHOZU do you like my permanent?" OLIVER KAI-ILER-Hfwjl trial balance never comes out." WILLIAM KARCII-"Beware of girls." MARION KERN-"Mrs, Einstein." WILLIS KIEFER-HTIJESE senior girls are my weakness." STERLING KOCH-"I paid H37 for my hat." EARL LAUDIG-NIJWL a great big he-man." MABEL LUTZ-"My, but she can laugh." NELSON MESSINGER-'KI did my good deed today." EVELYN METZ-"17H letting my hair grow. One sign of getting big." MARY MONGUESA-lflf I lay my hands on the person who started 4 this bookkeeping, I pity him." rl-HELMA NORRIS-"Quiet, reserved and studious is she." JAMES PEPPELL--167-136 champion slow walker." MIRIAM REIIVIER-"1 wish I took the Bangor Bus." GRACE REIVIALEY-"She surely keeps her Overland in shape." ROBERT RULOFF-"A Sanitary Engineer." BEATRICE RUNDLE-"I don't use rouge." CI-IARLES RUTH-'lWbE1Z silence is dense, he's sure to be there." MADELINE SAEGER-'rDO7Z,f touch my flame?" BERTHA SAVITZ--HI like the parallel bars." RICHARD SCHUBERT-H0147 basketball manager." RUSSEL SHAEER-"It's too bad he can't behave." I-IAROLD SIMONS-f'HB,ll make a basketball player yet." RALPH SLONAKER-"Always ready for an argument." EDWARD SNLART-uTlJ6jl call him 'Peanut'." ROHN TRUELL-f'El7ZSf6i7Z.,I FRED UHLER-H7738 right-hand man." IRWIN UHLER-HXMOUE over, so I can see to copy." GLADYS WALKER-:slim so strong." GRACE WILLIAMSON--KISIJEJS rather ornamental." RALPH WOLFE-KIGlTl shy? Not when one knows him. SALOME WOLFE-til deserve ninety-five in bookkeeping. ANNA WUNDERLY-41019, that horse laugh." LOUIS WUNDERLY-iff like basketball managers." PETER YEISLEY-KKHE ought to be a shorthand teacher. EmIvIE'I'T YOUNG-"It must be nice to have a chauffeur." ! . n n u VVVYYVY HEQIIECD I4SI I " XXXNXQ Q N Q 1 f 1- vvv NJM-,mzgzfzaf J 1 f .Ml ' iixi X ' X if X X136 335 H-Z E Z ' K ? E E 7" X ,, X Q f K 1 .,f-- +L- , 95 1 f K ' ' iffi, 'li' 1 A lmflfn Q '-2 wilkffzh YQ ' x ' 'bv ' M ff K fl.. 'l xx, Nt Af Q K X X ,A f Wm hx Lt f Q., ME X - 1- .1 it in-M SQDEPIHICDJVIIED IH EE S vvvvvvvvv H-fQ5DeD Fvvvvvvv I 49 I NAQAIRIEQVIBL vv SOPHOMORE CLASS Sophomore Cfficers K President DOROTHY DEICHMAN Vice-P1'eside1zf Secretary MARGARET SEYFRIED MAE I-IocH T7'EL1S1l7'67' ARLENE FEI-INEL Asst. Secretary-T1'easu1'e1' Historian ALBERT KNAUSS PEARL FRITCI-IMAN Class Colors Class Flowers Scarlet and White Red and White Roses vvvvvvvvv IUQZDQD yvvvvvvv I 50 J Nstzafrmsflsr vw Z Sophomore Class History E have passed through the :second year ol' out journey and feel that we can he well pleased with our accomplishments. Many ol' our number have participated in athletic, literary and other social organizations. On the 25th ol' Cctoher we stopped our work for a short time and had a lflallowe'en party. Prizes lor the prettiest. most original and most comical cos- tumes were awarded to Eva Reimer, Grace Breinig and john Kuller. As we end this year only to start the third year. we sincerely hope we will he a credit to Nazareth High. PEARL FRITCHMAN, Historiavz IN MEMORIAM OF me Qluulng Our Beloved and Honored Classmate Died january 31, 1930 Class Roll X XVll.LlAM .fX1'sEi.--"Xl lflf'illi11g Worker." BIOHN ALLEN-"ls he lonesome?" KENNIQTH Ai.'i'ENrosE-"Iflflwerezfei' be goes, the girls will follow." NlARGUERI'l'li Al?Pl,EGATli--I1,1085 she love history?" LENA Bialzoiiiz-"Qzzie2f11cs.r is a blessing." GRACE BRE1Nic--".lWoa'crzzisticf' DOROTHY llisiczi-i1xi,xN-"The f0i'Ci-'67' lasiffvzg l"i7'CSZ77Ffl17Z.U vvvvvvvvv yreggnfg ivvvvvvvl l 51 l VVVVV NAXZAIRIEIFIBL VV ARLENE FEHNEL-"Please refrain from talking." CHARLES l:REENlAN-UlfVlJj-' pick on nie!" PEARL l:RI'I'Cl-IMAN-H5116 doesn't broadcast, but she 'Mike'." JOHN GARDNER-"Quiet and handsome." HOWARD GE'I'z-"Now, what must I do?" CLAIRE GOLD-"LSlJE thinks her name means wealth. XVALTER GREENSVVEIG--'F7'USfJ from the country." ROY ITIAHN-"S0f7lJ017Z-OTE sheikf' LESTER HARTMAN-H1 saw the new Nash catalogue." EDXVARD HELLICK+HTlJE next number, will be." MAE HOCH-"Phillipsburg Specialty." EDWIN HUMMEL-H011 yeah!" jol-IN KAVCAK-HSEEH but not heard." MARLEN KERN-'Al'es, she lines up on High Street." Jr MIRE KISNER-Nfl friend in need, is a friend indeed." ALBERT KNAUSS-H1'll37'0 of the grid-iron ? ? 5"' ELIZABETH KOCH-"Red means stop, but Lirrie alwa VICTORIA KOCH-HI like to sew." JOHN IQULLER-ulfljt? believe he prefers brunettes." HELEN LUTZ-"Surprises come in small packages." MARGUERITE MABUS-"Likes to tease." ROSIE lVlAHORSKY-USllE7Z1f Rose." ERIKA MARX-'AA book, and 1 am satishedf' LENA MILLHEIM-trH67' alphabet consists of R. H." ESTHER NULLHOUSE-HTIJB lass with the delicate air. WALTER PETERS-Hl'V6ll, it could be that way." VIRGINIA PLOTTS-"Please speak louder, Virginia." MAUDE REAGAN-H5118 comes to school riding in a bn EVA REIMER-UElJSt0'IZ Limited." loves her ys goes." Jr 5.11 DOROTHY RUBRIGI-IT-"The assistant to our cheer-leader." ETHEL RUDGE-"We wonder if rain could fade those cheeks." MARTHA SCHLEGEL-Uklflltlf did I do?" MARGARET SEYFRIED--ltD1d you see my boy?" CHARLES SPIAFER-:LWB wish you better luck next yea r." KENNETH SHANKVJEILER-nf'16 looks studious, but we wonder?" DUANE SHIFFERT-H7-126 sixteenth ball in the corner pocket." GEORGE Sl-IUPP1HEl7ZSf!Zl'l1, the thinker." EDWARD SLOYER-UY00 hoo, Edward." HAROLD SNYDER--Hfltlll, the King of Cement." LENA SOTTOLANO--"Dark curls." VICTORIA STANNARD-"True friendship," HAROLD STOUT-All came, I saw, I conquered." RUSSELL XVEISS-H7776 more I study, the less I know." TRUMAN XVORIVIAN-HYCIJ, I broke another peddle." ABRAM YEAKEL-UOlJ Abe, how about a coughdrop? MARIE YOUNG-ULLltl7Z Specialist." ROY YOUNG-URUQV, take your feet off that chair." u vvvvvvvvv HeQ3DcD Vvvvvvvv i521 ' W vvvvv NAx2AzR1e'xr1Hrvvvv 0533 Q00 g - PER E 5 MM EN vvvvvvvvv yfeggbgg yvvvvvvv i531 ww VV? NAXZAIRIETFIHI VV AAAA'1'?ff.' Wx Wx FRESHMAN CLASS Freshman Officers X President NIILDRED KAHLER Vice-President Secretary I-IERBERT HMS CONRAD TRIPP Treasurer KATHRYN SAYLOR Assistant Secretary Assistarzt Treasurer EARL CLEWELL HILDA KEl.1.ow Historian ANNA ENGLE Class Colors Class Flower Maroon and White Dark Red Rose vvvvvvv 13951, en vvvvvvvv i541 Nfsxfzsralezrmt vvv Freshman Class History 9? OOK! here we are. We. ninety-three l:I'Ufll'Il'l1CI1, took our first steps toward the new high school in September, 10213, The upper classmen gave us a cordial welcome and we were soon settled lor four long years ol' hard work. We organized our class. with Miss Nicho'as as our l'ac11lty adviser. ln the month ol' October, we had a most enjoyable time at our l'lallowe'en party which was a splendid opportunity to become better acquainted. Many ol' our boys and girls are active in athletics such as basketball. football, and hockey. and also in the dramatic club. debating club, glee clubs. and orchestra. We have presented a class picture entitled, "Autumn jewels". by Gustave Wiegand, which is admired very much by other pupils. , lt is with much reluctance that we part with the members of the Senior Class: and we extend to them our best wi-:lies lor a most successful career, As we joylully look forward to our coming Sophomore year, it is with :1 lirm resolution to lend our best in advancing to greater achievements and the lullillinent of higher ideals at "Nazareth High". JX N NA ENG LE, lflisifnria 17 Class Roll grace Zlllkfll-Hfhll' tiny fr1'xbn1a11 s!z1zz'e11f." nelson alpatigli-"R0sj' cheeks come 7II1fIL1'lll.n betty l7ZlI'lC-"1?l7ZXfL'l7I is my specrilf' elwood bartholomew-"lizifemls 10 fly bis C7'!Illt'-'Hlllllt' glider off the coal-shed roof." josephine bender-" Ye Ulde Faxblorzed Mfiidef' bergen l7G'l'li2lWA-nfl!! .wztfivzg 111.11 'wire for old age." virginia boxvser--"I like jzrtzziorsf' carlyle l3l'USlLIS-lllJCSf7t'7't1f't' 17111 1111! dN'1IKQt?i'0I15.U earl clewell-"lr: the fnolxtepx of his Izrutbersf' lreida tletltsclikufllosr pofmlaz' f7'6SZ717ll1'II iui11!ee1'." elsie eclie1't-"Ti11z1z1' t'.Y1LL'7'1IlIllL1', fJl'0lJIIl7lQl1' bold 111141 lmvue irzzter- I7lIH'l'.l, vvvvvvv ygeggbgg vvvvvvvv l55'l -E. vvv Nazpsznzesrzar chzlrles eilenberger-"I'n1 GOOD in basketball?"' harry emlcrs-"An innocent-looking little fresh-man." :uma engle-"A giggle. a laugh, and here is joyful Anna." owen falls--"1 like physical ealncation???"' sara freeman-"A curly Goldilocksf' ruth gaumer-"Dem-ure and wise." clifford george-"He may be our football hero." cvzi gowcr-"A bsent rnanj' times but not absent-nzinrledf' mziyhelle hnppel-"The successful if not nnsnceessfnl freshnzan flirt." hcrhert hnss-"This gentleman prefers blondes." alberta hezirn-"An enthusiastic basketball player." Wallace hess-"Inst another Chevrolet dealer." clma hordendorf-i'Oh, that walk!" ruth hughcs-"Silence reigns." hunnzih johnfon-"1 need a trolley car." mildrecl lcahler-''Sophorrzores are charming." thclma kahler-"She's always busy Making her hair frier'3f'." glziclys kzlle-"The artist 'whose 'work is known to herself only." mnrgaret karch-"Life is a mage of questions and arguments." michael kzivcak-"Destinea' to be the w0rlal's chanzpion joke- cracker." vincent keller-"A good pal." hilda kellow-"The freshman belle." stanley kessler-"Ain I girl shy?" glzulys lcoch-"Oh Yeah?" milclred lzipp-"May you sncceed Daniel Webster." hcber laudig-"A thletics will make the rnanf' virginia lilly-"Give ine a laundry truck." marie mzxrx-"Chattering, chattering as she goes. vincent master--'IA cute little freshman." salvina mikolajczyk-"Oh, lgqgie how's the Ligqief' n paul millerw-"The sign language is useful." marthzl mushlitz-"Now that I'1n rr-boarding I think I'll start a-hoarding. joseph llllggy-hSll87lC? is golden." 1, john l1CLlI1CI'-uSl0'U8'lllj,' ways are my specialty." kzithzirine neuner-'1l'Vords cannot explain her," george Oswald-" llf'hy-nh." minerva ottinger-"Oh-yon." charles pzlukovits-"1 wonder if I can nianage a g rin?" i Wwe vvvvvvv 1feQ3DeD vvv L 56 1 VVV N AX 'Z AIRIETFIBI VV pziul pcters-"The 'Y' freshman." hurry petit-"rl swaggeri-ng freshman." walter pysher-"The great stone face." millicent rziclerv-"Oar husky little forward." raymoncl reinert-"The Seniors delight in teasing hin1."' hzlrolcl rcmzlley-"I'll try speaking German." millarcl rice-"I like ffslziino Pies." ' hurolcl rinker-"Vin happy, are yon?" russell roth-"Oh! that laugh." romaine ruhf-"What kind of ice creain, lazl-i'?'l mae i'lll0ff--ullfljf argnrnenis will win." catherine snylor-'lilflay yon succeed Ethel llarrynzoref albert shiery-"He shonld use his 'Voice in the talkiesf' alfred schissler-"l'nz a dreamer, aren't we all?" william Schleicher-"I carry 1ieicfspaper.s." krithryn Schultz-"Lnxz4riant black hair comprise her croieiiiizg glory." lczlh Siegel-"Her fingers are long, bnt not nerj' strong." hilton slmfer-"Sonny boy." emma serfass-"Our star center." virginia shankweiler-"I wish I lived in Stocleertownf' william Siebler-"As regular as a clock." catherine Siegfried--"She seems quiet, but when she gets on fire!" mzirthzl simmons-"I line for basketball alone," l11Z1l'gZll'CI sloycr-"She conzes from the big city 'l3elfast'." elizabeth smith-"She is cute hecanse she lith7vs."' lranccs stannarcl-"I want to be a detective." wilson stetler-"This nian reads with the aid of a paper guide." william steigerwalt-"A sking the time is his favorite pastime." Conrad tripp-"Slow of speech, but not slow in thought." barbara troxell-"The freshman warhlerf' clayton uhler-"The greatest of ,flnms 'n Andy fans." nelson uhler-"He toils not." helen Unger-"Saves carfare and wears ont slippers." isnbelle wnmhold-"Elves of hlne and hair of gold." wilson weaver-"I believe I studied once." Clwoocl Weiss-"Freshmen nznst be excused." william werkheiser-"Be quiet when l'rn speakiizgf' nelson yezllcel-"Oar class entertainer." mziuricc Zellner-"He blows a wicked horn."' vvvvvvvvv 1lfQ3DcD i vvWv l 57 l vvv r.fAxz,mR1e1rmt vv vvvvvvvvv He93DeD Vvvvvvvv I 58 1 X X T? T7 vvvvvvvvv TT TTTTT777 'YYYT iii Mffmf .fi -9 fx 2 Q 31m u1':ZjgA2Q,q-,Jxuf VVVV'VV7V7?V'V77?7V?7VV'??VV V7 I 544' ky f I ' Q ' ! X" ,-f' Q I- ffeffxf ,Q Z :fi 1 1- of ' 'I . !'!.' ,iffffi ,yi .viii AT. ll, ,Z X , , ,ff 4 f . . + - f4f X , f fc," A! U if V Q-Rift KV xy. Z X ,ff ' - f J. ' fy' ff ,ff ..- fff ff A mcf ff rm 1 V , I 4, , X K L ALLLLALLLALAALLLLA LLAAA AQEQLEYELZEM 5 X vt? I X 9 A X If LLLALLLL LL AALALAAA. LA A MAAAAA VVV FI AX. ZAIRIEIFIBI VV Back row: Meixell, Metz, Hummel, Miss Nicholas, Bayda, Beck, Keller Front row: Barie, Rubright, Gano, Itterly, Deichman, Kahler Student Council HE governing powers of Nazareth High School are vested in a student council which is composed of twelve members -- the class presidents and two representa- tives from each class. The officers are elected by the students of the school. The council considers all matters concerning the student body as a whole. The president represents the student body in receiving and welcoming guests and speakers in our assemblies. During the past year the student council conducted a lost and found department, sponsored the annual school hike and picnic, conducted campaigns for raising magazine funds and keeping clean the school building and its surroundings. Members for the first semester were: Seniors-Virginia Hummel, Milo Meixell, Jacob Fraunfelder, President. Juniors-Edward Christman, Secretaryg Sterling Koch, Vice-Presidentg Eleanor Gano. Sophomore-Walter Peters, Asst. Secretary-Treasurer, Harold Stout, Erika Marx. Freshman-Vincent Keller, Maybelle Happel, Conrad Tripp. Members for the second semester Were: Seniors-Milo Meixell, Vice-Presidentg Elwood Metz, Irma Itterly. Juniors-Eleanor Gano, Presidentg Clayton Beck, Asst. Secretary-Treasurer, Paul Bayda. Sophomore-Edwin Hummel, Dorothy Rubright, Secretary-Treasu1'e1'g Dorothy Deichman. Freshman-Betty Barie, Mildred Kahler, Vincent Keller. Faculty Adviser- Miss Nicholas. vvvvvvvv 1lf93DeD vvvvvvvv E601 T' vvvvv NA '2AIRIE'it1Ht vvv Back row: Peters, Smith, Truell, Laudig Front row: Schlegel, Kern, Miss Nerlinger, Deichman, Knauss Triangular Debate I-IE annual triangular debate held between Pen Argyl, Northampton and Nazareth I-ligh Schools took place on April 25. As there is quite some keen rivalry between these teams, this event caused much interest both in the school and the community. The question debated this year was: Resolved, "That the jury system in the United States should be abolished." As has been the case for the past three years it resulted in a tie, the affir- mative teams of each school having won. The afhrmative was composed of Mary Schlegel '3o, Captain, Walter Peters '32g Earl Laudig '3ig and Rohn Truell '31, alternate. The negative team included john Smith '30, Thelma Knass '30, Captain: Dorothy Deichman '32g and Marion Kern '31, alternate. A debating club was organized this year with Miss Nerlinger as faculty adviser and a promising second team is left as a nucleus for next year's work. The members of the second team are Elizabeth Smith, Maria Marx, Mildred Lapp, Kathryn Saylor, Margaret Seyfried, Maybelle Happel, Carl Marcks and john Memmert. The members of this y'ear's varsity debating team who were awarded the alumni prizes for debating are Thelma Knauss '30, Hrst prize, and Earl Laudig'31, second prize. vvvvvvvvv 13939 eD vvvvvvvv L 61 J .J of Naxlzumazezrxat vv Orchestra K I HE oflicers of this organization are: President, Sterling Kochg Secretary, Marion Kern, Treasurer, Carl Marcks. In addition to the Wednesday morning appearances in Assembly, the orchestra showed its ability to play good music on the following occasions: October 10, 1929, Parent-Teacher Association. December 18, 1929, Uperetta, "The Toy Shop". December 29, 1929, Safety Council Meeting. , january 1, 1930, Y. Nl. C. A. january 13, 1930, W0man's Club. February 24, 1930, Womans Club. May 1, 2, 1930, Operetta, 'ATulip Time". May 26, 1930, Rotary Club. june 26, IQBO, Commencement. VVVVYYYVY 1LE93oCD VVVVVVVV F621 Naxzsmalezrzat vvv Christmas Caroling K T has been the yearly custom of Nazareth High School students to go Christmas Caroling about our community on Christmas Eve. This year the members of the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs repeated this beautiful custom. On Christmas Eve a group ol' about seventy-five carolers gathered at the high school building to start on their jaunt about town. They started at about nine-thirty o'clock, caroling the main streets in town until about ten forty-hvc-. At this hour the merry carolers again returned to the high school for a social time. They are indebted to Miss Yeisley and Miss Nicholas for this social time. They 'found enjoyment in games and dancing alter which- 'delicious re- freshments were served by the hostesses. Music Council K HE Music Council is composed ol' the various ofhcers of the Girls' Glee Club, Boys' Glee Club and Orchestra, and is under the supervision of Miss Yeisley. The purpose of the council is to take charge of any performances given by combined organizations of the music department. KX Dramatic Club X LTI-IOUGH yet a new organization, the dramatic club has been progressing rapidly in the past year. The purpose oi the club is to give proper instruction and amusement in dramatization. Meetings have been held every other Tuesday afternoon. One meeting is devoted to instruction in dramatizing and the ot'her is devoted to entertainment. At different intervals plays were given by this club in assembly. The oliicers of the club are: President, Marion Heyerg Vice-President, Ralph Slonakerg Secretary, Miriam Reimerg Treasurer, Marion Kerng Faculty Adviser, Miss Little. vvvvvvvvv 1395960 vvvvvvvv I 63 1 NAXMIRIEQFH vv Girls, Glee Club K The officers of this organization are: President, Eleanor Ganog Secretary Mildred Mabusg Treasurer, Thelma Knauss. The Glee Club calendar shows their performances given: October 21, 1929, Teachers' Institute. February 13, 1930, Parent-Teacher Association. February 24, 1930, Woman's Club. May 1, 2, lQ3O, Operetta, "Tulip Time". vvvvvvv IlfQ5DcD vvvvvvvv - I 64 J -1 "V vvvvv rIAx2A1R1e1r1e1t vv 5 se Boys' Glee Club fi The ofhcers of this organization are: President, Edward Hellickg Secretary Earl Laudigg Treasurer, Carl Marcks. , The Cvlee Club calendar shows their performances given: October Io, 1929, Parent-Teacher Association. October 21, 1929, Woman's Club. October 22, 1929, Teachers Institute. November 6, 1929, High School Assembly. May 1, 2, XQ3O, Operetta, "Tulip Time". VVVVYVVVY 3169311 JD VVVVVVVV t 6 5 1 ivv l Naxzfmazemrzut vv Operetta .K Tl musical tale-nt and presented to the public "Tulip Time" on May first and second. "Tulip Time" was a two-act play of a Dutch nature, and proved to be a great success. The story of the operetta runs as follows: The village enjoying a holiday, is startled by the arrival of a party of American tourists, college students under the leadership of Professor McSpindle, a tutor in botany, to study tulip culture. Two ol' the party, Ned and Dick, are much more interested in Christina and her friend, Katinka. News reaches the village that a thief has been stealing choice bulbs of prize tulips, and a handbill describes the thief and offers a reward for his capture. Ned and Dick induce McSpindle to wear certain clothing, answering the description of the tulip thief. When the Burgomaster beholds McSpindle so attired he causes his arrest. With McSpindle out of the way, Ned and Dick promote their friendship with the girls and learn that Christina's stock is, unknown to her, of immense value. They reveal the truth to her and thwart the Burgornaster's attempt to grow rich at her expense. With the assistance of Christina's Aunt Anna, the innocence of Mc- Spindle is established, and the latter declares his affection for her, and with the prospect of a triple wedding the final curtain falls, CHARACTERS HE Girls' and Boys' Glee Clubs of Nazareth High School combined their Hans, a young Dutch apprentice ............ FRED UHLER Aunt Anna, Cbristina's Guardian ..,..... VIRGINIA I-IUMMEL Katinka, a village vnaiden ............. MAYBELLE HAPPEL Hendrick Van Ooster, liurgonzaster of Osenalorf .. PAUL BAYDA Christina, a cliarvning Dutch girl ........ MADELINE SAEGER Theophilus McSpindle, an authority on Botany .. ToNY Botas Ned Baxter, an American college student ..... PETER YEISLEY Dick Warren, a fellow student of Ned ...... .IEROME ANGERT Margeretta, a cbarnzi-ng Dutch dancer .. . NIARGARET SEYFRIED Elizabeth Koch Mildred Kahler Grace Remaley Marion Heyer Luella Wunderly Emma Serfass Dorothy Deichman Grace Williamson Virginia Lilly . Ereida Deutsch Beatrice Rundle Howard Getz DUTCH VILLAGERS Erika Marks Barbara Troxell Thelma Knauss Anna Breinig Kathryn Engle Anna Engle john Memmert George I-Iangen james Henry Sterling Koch Irwin Uhler Arthur Beck Dorothy Rubright Margaret Seyfried Marie Young Millicent Rader josephine Bender Bertha Savitz Victoria Stannard Edward Christman Duaine Shiiiert Ralph Metz Earl Laudig g vvvvvvvvv 1395020 vvvvvvvv T661 YYY NAXZAIRIETFIHI VVV , Betty Barie Margarc-t Karch Margaret jones Anna Wunderly Evelyn Metz lrma ltterly Victoria Koch Helen Lutz Arlene Fehnel Ruth Gaumer Virginia Shankweiler Alfred Schissler AMERICAN TOURISTS Sarah Freeman Edward Hellick Marlen Kern Nelson Messinger Carl Marcks Vincent Keller Elma Hordendorf Pearl Fritchman Thelma Kahler Helen Unger Mildred Mabus james Peppell KX Ruth Hughes Eleanor Gano Kathryn Neuner Miriam Reimer Grace Allen Lea Segel Gladys Walker Charles Freeman Elwood Ginther Woodrow Brong john Freeman Magazine Committee A NYONE visiting our library will had that our magazines are up-to-the-minute. Among the list of periodicals are The Survey. Popular Science, Forum, Current History, American, World's Work, Literary Digest, Congressional Digest, Hygeia, Atlantic Monthly, and National Geographic Magazine. The magazines are fur- nished with a fund which is maintained by the student body. A large number of interesting copies of recent hctioh has been added to the library which is open to the public. The Custodian of Magazines this year was Irma Itte-rly '30, X Y! Publicity Staff Tl'lROLlGl-I the efforts of the Publicity Staff the activities of the school are published in the local newspapers. ln this way the community is informed of the most important affairs of the school. This work was successfully carried out by the following: A g Head Reporter-john Smith ' Senior-Woodrow Fuls unior-Earl Laudi A C1355 Reporters Sophomore-Grace Ereinig Freshman-Elizabeth Smith Girls' Athletics-Thelma Knauss Boys' Athletics-jacob Fraunfelder Assemblies-Ralph Slonalter Music-Marion Kern Student Council-Virginia Hummel Y jjanet Rinker TY P1515 il Kathleen Gorman Faculty Adviser-Miss Dixon vvvvvvvi 1393960 ivvvvvvvvvvllj-Fl 5671 -1 vvvvv Naxzfmazezrzet lwffa Alumni Association HE Alumni Association is, as its name denotes, made up of alumni members ol Nazareth High School. The purpose of this organization is to preserve interest in high school activities among its alumni. Each year, in june, the association sponsors a banquet at which time the Senior Class of the high school is admitted into the organization. The otlicers of the association this year are: President, William Gano. Secretary-Treasurer, Bessie Kemmererg Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, Isabelle Bonstein. The Alumni Association offers annual prizes along various linesfto the members of the school. Those winning the prizes last year were: Citizenship CBoyb Walter Bachman '29, CGirlD Mildred Haubert 'zog Chemistry, Russell lvletzgar '29, Physics. Milo Meixell '3og Biology, jerome Angert 'gig General Science, john Kuller 'gzg American History, john Smith '30, European History, Rohn Truell '31, Debating fliirst Prizel Mary Schlegel '30, CSecond Prizel Beatrice Millhouse ,'3og Commercial Prize. Grace Dennis IZQQ Current Events, Harold Stout '32, l-li-Y Club HE Hi-Y Club is composed of boys of the High School. The purpose of the club is perhaps most clearly denned in their own motto: "To create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character through- out the school and community." During the year the club sponsored a concert by the Lafayette College Glee Club and also a moving picture. The oiiicers during the past year were: President, Edward Christman, Vice-President, john Smithg Secretary, Earl Laudigg Treasurer, Milo Meixellg Advisers, Nlr. Guy Gump. Mr. C. S. Minter, Mr. Andrew Kern. X72 Qutfofffown Association 7 HE Out-of-Town Association is an organization composed of out'-of-town students who pledged themselves to take charge ol' the building during the noon hour in the absence of the teachers. The purpose for which the association was organized was very well accomplished with the assistance of the following: President, john Smithg Secretary, Vincent Sandercockg Monitors, Marion Heyer '30, Grace Williamson '31, Walter Peters '32, Charles Eilenberger '33. - vvvvvvvvv 1reQ3DeD vvvvvvvv - E631 as vvvvv Naxzamalezrzet vvv Commercial Club HIS year the Commercial Club was re-organized under the supervision of Miss Charlotte Dixon. The purpose of the organization is to encourage students in business pro- cedure outside of class work, and to stimulate interest in actual business life. To accomplish this end business men were invited to address the members on the various phases of business. The ofhcers of the Club are: President, Mildred Mabusg Vice-President, Virginia Hummel: Secretary, Gladys Walkerg Treasurer, Florence Kahlerg Reporter, Katharine Rohn. The Club has had a very good beginning and we are sure next year will bring forth a great many new members. X K National Forensic League HE purpose of the National Forensic League is to encourage interscholastic debating among students in high schools in the United States. A badge of distinction is conferred upon any instructor or student who, by his participation in this work, has earned membership in this organization. Nazareth High School is very proud to have the following students enrolled as active members of the league because they have merited it by successful work in debating and are in the upper two-thirds of their classes: Thelma Knauss '3og Mary Schlegel '3og Beatrice Millhouse '3og Miss Florence L. Nicholas. This year several new members were added: Walter Peters '32g john Smith '3og Earl Laudig '3i. Thelma Knauss '30 who has been an active debater for the past three years received the Degree of Honor for her excellent work in debating. The following are alumni members: Mildred Haubert ,291 Mary Dry ,291 Lahoma Peppell '28g Martha Roth y27Q Thalia Marcks ,27Q Harold Shafer '27g Esther Werkheiser '27g Arlene Hcims '26g jacob Knecht '26. The ofhcers this year were: President, Mary Schlegel 'gog Secretary, Thelma Knauss '3o. X X Nazareth High School Association Finances NEW system was adopted this year for the purpose of taking charge of all finances of the various organizations of Nazareth High School. All the money is placed in a common fund which is LlHClCI' the supervision of the school treasurer, Mr. Fessle-r, assisted by the treasurers in the various organizations. The funds are deposited in the local banks. We are happy to report that the hnancial con- dition of the various organizations has been greatly improved this year. V vvvvvvvvv Heggbfg yvvvvvvvvvgq f G9 l Naxzpmezezrzet vvv Back row: Woodrow Brong, John Memmert, Carl Marcks Front row: Mildred Mabus, Minerva Frantz, Anna Breinig, Thelma Knauss, Luella Wunderly The Senior Play X V l'lE evenings of May 2lSt and 22l'ld witnessed the production of the Senior Class Play, "Under Twenty". The plot of the play concerns a family who is living beyond its means due to the extravagance of the mother and the older daughter. The younger daughter, Peeks, a little "under twenty", takes it upon herself to save the family fortunes by marrying her older sister, Grace, to a wealthy westerner, Donald Brown. She is a movie 'fan and when in tight places asks herself, "What would Mary Pickford do?" After a great deal of turmoil Grace decides she is not' in love with Don, but with her former sweetheart, Ted Rutherford. The day before the wedding Peeks manages to get Grace and Ted to elope. When she explains the situation to Don they find that they are very fond of each other. Everything finally turns out to the satisfaction of all. Interest is added to the plot in the character of Diana Edgerton, a conhrmed flirt. The relief is given by Rannie, a household servant and Bill Boyd, the night watchman. vvvvvvvvv llf93DeD vvvvvvvv E701 B W ET' Naxzmazezrzar vv THE CAST Ida Farum .. ....,........... LUELLA XVUNDERLY Grace Earum .. .. Ti-IELMA KNAUSS Peeks llarum ANNA BREINIG Bozo ........ ............ a Dog Rannie ........ NllNERVA FRANTZ Russell Faruin .. JOHN lVl.EMMERT Bill Boyd ...... ....... C ARL MARCICS Diana Edgerton .. ...... lVlll-DRED MABUS D Ted Rutherford ................. VINCENT SANDERCOCK . Donald Brown ...................,.. Wooonow BRONG Our former play "The Suicide Specialist" was abandoned because of the death of our classmate, jacob Fraunfelder. jacob's part was so colored by his personality that we did not attempt to find a substitute, but we chose another play. This play was made a succeis through the earnest efforts of Miss lVlary N. Little. KK Annual Hike g RIGHT and early on the morning of September 28, 1929, a group of high school students gathered at the bus stop for the first lap of the journey. Everyone was full of pep and vigor and looked 'forward to a day in the open. At Wind Gap we left the bus to hike over the mountain to Saylor's Lake. Upon our arrival the group separated, each to carry out his own plans. The walk had worked up good appetites all around and lunch was heartily enjoyed. Practically the entire afternoon was spent in rowing. Several of the party were brave enough to enter the water, but most of us were content to watch. We returned home at sunset with an attractive coat of tan having thoroughly enjoyed our hike to the lake. K X juniorfSenior Reception N December 12, IQBQ, the gymnasium was a scene of great festivity, for the really big party ol' the year was being held. This party is looked forward to all fall and it certainly was a success. The dancing floor was cleverly closed off from the section devoted to games with red and green paper. .Another division was made for the orchestra. Before the dancing proceeded an amusing pantomime was given entitled the "Bachelor's Dream". Excellent music was furnished by the "Sirens" which was enjoyed by all. There was a short intermission during the dancing in which delicious refreshments were served. At the close of the evening everyone listened with genuine regret as the orchestra played "Good-night Ladies". g vvvvvvvvv Heggbfg ivvvvvv l 71 J vvv NAxf2,mR1e'1r1Ht vv Sophomore Halloween Party N Gctober 18, 1929, the Sophomores rounded up a goodly number of spooks and apparitions in fanciful dress for an evening ol' merriment. The atmosphere of Hallowe'en was enhanced by appropiate decorations. The committee which had charge of the entertainment kept the revelers well occupied with games. Peals of laughter and shrieks of delight and surprise Hlled the gymnasium. A "Grand lVlarch" was held which determined the prizes for the following: prettiest-Grace Breinig and Edward Sloyerg funniest-Eva Reimer and john Kuller. Later in the evening the committee provided a tasty lunch appropriate for Yi X Freshman HalloWe'en Party the season. OR the hrst time the Freshmen have held a l-lallowe'en party. lt took place on October 25, 1929. This party had a two-fold purposeg nrst, to get members of this large class together and make them acquainted with each other, second, the primary motive of any party, to have a good time. A The gymnasium was beautifully decorated in black and orange paper, pumpkins and cornstalks. A colorful "Grand March" gave opportunity for the display of the attractive costumes. Prizes were awarded to thc following: most original, Wilson Weaverg prettiest, Martha Simmons: and funniest, Paul Peters. Delicious refreshments were served while a group of upper classmen under the leadership of Edward I-lellick furnished music for the occasion. The guests included a large number of the members of the faculty-who entered into the real spirit oi the occasion. The evening closed with all of the merry crowd joining in the "Virginia Reelw. Commendation must be given to the committees who worked very hard to make the evening a successg for the ends for which they strove were certainly accomplished. fi X Assemblies ACH Wednesday morning we happily turn our steps toward the auditorium for our weekly "Assembly program". This program has a three 'fold purpose: Hrst, it affords an opportunity for each pupil to contribute his best before his schoolmates: second, it furnishes instruction and entertainment by the introduction of outside speakers and performersg third, it engages and unites various groups, organizations, and the VVVVVYYVY 13931: eD VVVVVVVV '11-ll t 72 J Naxzfmezezrzer vvv , entire stL1dent body in worthwhile activities in which all have a common interest. Some ol' the programs presented were: Sept. 18. Mr. Charles Shimer, N. lrl. S. '25 spoke on "Why Go to College?" Sept. 25. Mr. C. Frederick Martin, N. lrl. S. '1 1 discussed, "Public Speaking as an Asset." Oct. 2. The Freshman Class presented a "Fire-prevention Program." Oct. 16. The hrst of a series of Lyceum programs was presented to the combined student-bodies of the Senior High, junior High, and Continuation Schools by the Tiffany Male Quartette. Oct. 3o. Skeer Me." Nov. 6. Dramatic Club presented a I-lallowe'en play entitled, "You Can't Music department presented a program in honor of "Music Week in Pennsylvania." Nov. 13. Play, "Solemn Pride," by Miss Dixon's l-lomeroom pupils. Nov. 20. A Lyceum program featured Princess Bluefeather in "The Passing of the American lndianf, Nov. Nerlinger's Dec. 5. Dec. 11. Dec. 23 jan. 8. 27. Thanksgiving play, "The First Thanksgiving Dinner," by Miss I-lomeroom pupils. Lyceum program by Caveny and Company. Rev. George F. Bahnsen described "A Trip to the Virgin Islands." Annual Senior Christmas Program. Mr. Fred l-lunt gave a talk on "Engineering." jan. 22 A Lyceum program featured A. S. lieshore in a lecture "Things Not for Sale." Feb. 6. Mr. Glenn B. Morris, Lyceum lecturer, demonstrated electrical phenomena. F Feb. I2 Boy Scout program. Feb. no The Mathematics department presented a program. Feb. 26. Tryouts for the Debating Teams. Mar. 5. Rev. l-l. C. Snyder spoke on "Lent" Mar. 12. Freshman Civics Club gave a 'tCurrent Events" program. Mar. IQ The Allpress All-Star Company of the Lyceum Ci1'cuit. Mar. 26 Senior Chemistry class gave an exhibition of their experimental work. Apr. 2. Mr. l-'I. Kerner Smith spoke on "Dry lce." Apr. 9. A play, Written and directed by Mr. Fessler. Apr. 16 C. l-larold Shafer, N. H. S. YZ7 spoke on 'iForestry." Apr. 3o. Debate for alunmi prizes. May 6. A. L. Flude, a Lyceum lecturer, spoke on "Sixteen thousand miles through Siberia." May 9. A play, "Taking Father's Place" given by the Dramatic Club. At this time the "Comet" went to press. vvvvvvvvv HeQ3DeD Fwvvvvvv l73l YYY NAXZAIRIEIFIBI VV vvvvvvvvv ILGQZMD vvvvvvvv ' I 74 J ef vvvvv NAZAIRIEEFIHL vvv ? . , Q 'MR '1 Q. . N263 Q N .5 ' . 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AX TF IFE IL EE FEV HEI EY vvvvvvvvv ILGQZMD Vrvvvvvvv E751 ' lr- -1-fe -1,-N .... ,Y W . ,, .,,,,.r., 7 .,,,QT,J f S vv NA-2ArR1e1r1BL vv , Q S 4. , Back row: Coach Leh, Koch, Neuner, Haas, Schiery, Knauss, Radcliffe, Manager Henry Ginther, George, Marcks, Shiffert, Faculty Mgr. Gump Middle row: Eilenberger, Metz, Truell, Bolas, Beck, Smith, Bayda, Peters, Christman, Sandercock, Fraunfelder Front row: Cleweil, Simons, Meixell, McC1annegan, Beck, Peppell, Yeakel, Howell, Knecht, Shafer - vvvvvvvvv 139520 Vvvvvvvv I 76 1 YVVVV NAXZAIRIEIFIBE VVV Football 1929 222 I HERE is no doubt that football is now the leading sport at N. I-l. S. Nazareth won six games and lost two. We scored 154 points to 46 by our opponents, only three teams being able to cross our goal line. The first game with Coplay l-l. S. was one of the hardest of the year. After a valiant hght we emerged with a 14-6 victory. The game with Catasauqua was the most disastrous of the season. With three regulars on the bench, we met them when they were at their best. The score of 25-o does not show the fight that was present in this game. Northampton ---- Unnecessary fumbles left us score only once to defeat them 6-o. The Wilson game---With the combined forces of rain and snow the Held was put into such condition as to render the passing and running attack of our light team useless. Although Coach Leh loses six Seniors, Smith, Fraunfelcler, l-lowell, San- clercock. Marcks, and Knecht, he has the nucleus of another good team next year. Smith was the outstanding player both offensively and defensivelyg Fraunfelder, the quarterbaaik. ran the team at all times with the coolness of a college star. Other outstanding players on the team were Sandercock, Bolas, Bayda and Beck. Resume of Scores Nazareth Opponents Coplay .... . . . I4 6 Washington . . . . 38 o I5 an gor .... 25 o Pen Argyl . .. . 31 o Catasauqua . . . . o 25 Emaus ....... . 32 o Northampton . . . 6 o Wilson Borough . . . . . o IS Totals .. ... 154 46 vvvvvvvvv Itf9ZDeD Vvvvvvvv l 77 l -L vvv Naxzmaxezrzat f X lllllll Football Banquet X 'Tl held on Friday, December 13, 1929. The banquet was attended by many townspeople as well as the football squad. Mr. l-loward Shimer, President of the Board ol' Education, was the toast master. The invocation was given by Rev. l-l. C. Snyder of the Lutheran Church. The following speakers were heard during the evening. George l-lolstrum, he-ad coach of football at Muhlenberg: C. Frederick Martin, member of the Board of Educationg Austin Tate, head coach of 'football at Lehigh: Miss Florence L. Nicholas, Principal of Nazareth High Schoolg U. l-I. Sherwood, 1929 Captain of football at Lafayetteg Park Davis, an attorney and graduate of Princeton. - Letters were awarded to the members of the team by Andrew S. Leh, Coach at N. H. S. Gold footballs were awarded to the 'following Seniors by Mr. Frederick Marcks: jacob Fraunfelder, Mike l-lowell, Kermit linecht, Carl Marcks, Vincent Sandercock and Capt. john Smith. For the hrst time our high school football banquet was hnanced by our Athletic Association. Through the courtesy of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A. the banquet was served by them in the dining room ol the Y. M. C. A. building. l-IE second annual banquet of the Nazareth High School football squad was Inter-Class Track Meet X A BCUT sixty students reported to Mr. Leh for the annual track meet. Very much interest has been shown in these meets and probably in several years Nazareth l-ligh School will have a varsity track team. This year the Seniors were victorious, running by a margin of 3l points. The juniors were second, Sophomores third, and the Freshmen last. The Freshmen girls made up for the defeat of the boys by winning hrst place. john Smith, a junior, was high scorer of the day, winning in the discus throw, baseball throw and broad jump. Other winners were: Russell Metzgar y2Q, loo-yard dash Stanley Clewell ,2Q, high jumpp Clayton Beck '31, shot putg Pearl Fritchman '32, jumping: Martha Walters '31, baseball throwg and Florence Kahler '30, Kathryn Engle '31, and Anna Wunderly '31 in foul shooting. vvvvvvvvv 1tfQZ1eD yvvvvvvv - l 73 l Q NAxzA1R1Ef1r1e1L vvv vvvvvvvvv yfe9ZDeD vvvvvvvv I 79 J "UE YVYVV PYAX 'Z AIRIEIFIHK V77 Back row: Coach Leh, Altemose, Hellick, Peppell, Bayda, Mgr. Schubert, Mr. Gump Front row: Koch, Chrisizman, Angert, Sandercock, Kiefer, Bolas, Yeakel Boys' Basketball 192950 t px ECAUSE of various reasons the 1929-30 basketball season was not so successful as in previous years. The death of our star, Captain jacob Fraunfelder, proved to be a blow from which the team did not recover. l-lis presence would many times have added the extra points necessary to change defeat to victory. john Smith, our varsity guard, was also lost to the team when he injured his leg. With these two veterans missing it rather disheartened the new material. As Sandercock was the only Senior left on the team, the prospect looks rather bright for next year-Go to it boys! A vvvvvvvv He95DcD Tvvvvvvv l S0 l W Na zarazezrmn vvv Back row: Saeger, Rohn, Coach Ott, Smith, Engle Front row: Knauss, Kahler, Reimer, Breinig, Roth, Frantz, Wunderly Girls, Basketball 192950 X TPIE girls basketball team has just Hnished a season of basketball that will make everyone forget the unsuccessful season of last year. Our girls had just one defeat to mar the best record ever made by a Nazareth l-ligh School Girls' Basketball Team. There was no one star this year, but every girl was a star in her own position. The splendid cooperation of the girls was especially noticeable this year, and this is probably one of the reasons for their success. Much credit must be given, also, to the coach, Miss Ott, for her untiring efforts in training our girls. vvvvvvvvv HGDZMD Vvvvvvvvvvliii I 81 l VVVVV NAXZAIRIETFIHE VVV 1929230 BasketbaH Scores Quakertown . Northampton Perkasie .... Coplay .. Bangor ...... American Com m Wilson Borough Quakertown . Northampton Wilson ...... Coplay .. Bangor . . . . Perkasie .... Washington . Alumni ..... Total Points ercial 16 Qi Girls Boys Opnts. Naz. Opnts. Naz 23 60 18 16 48 26 52 IO 36 26 34 28 25 27 I7 41 31 51 33 23 23 39 25 24 26 34 25 25 28 46 25 22 24 42 33 I7 32 36 35 '2 35 25 37 30 23 31 15 . . . 23 3I 28 36 257 343 519 422 vvvvvvvv 3129511613 Tvvvvvvv i321 - vvv NA zfmazezrzerr vvvvvvvvv 1593960 vvvvvvvv E 83 J ,.,g,.f -lr Naxzfmazezrzet vv Back row: Peters, Yeakel, Howell, Clewell, Fraunfelder, Mr. Gump, Mr. Leh, Kiefer, Bolas Front row: Sandercock, Smith, Serfass, Michael, Metzgar, Wolfe, Shimer, Freeman Baseball 1929 X NOTHER baseball season, even more successful than the previous one if possible, has been realized by the N. lvl. S. team. This marks the second year that the season has been closed without any defeats or any ties. The success of the team cannot be credited to one person alone, but to every individual on the team. Captain David Michael deserves special com- mendation for his Hne spirit and playingg the appreciation of the work of the coach can hardly be expressed. , The first game-with I-lellertown produced a 12-o score. The next game- with Coplay was won to the tune of 21-4. The annual games with Wilson Borough, old rivals of Nazareth, were won by I9-2 and li-io scores. Bangor one of the best teams in the state, was also easily defeated, the score being 6-1. Last but not least Northampton also a strong team, was beaten by the close score of 5-3, VVVVVVVVY 15931: CD VVVVVVVV 1 I S4 J -X vvv Naxzfmalezrxet y 1111111 1929 Baseball Scores X Opponents Nazareth Hel lertown .... .... o I2 Coplay ..... . . . 4 21 Wilson ............ . 2 . IQ Nazareth H. M. A. 7 21 Coplay ............ . . . 7 I3 Bangor ..... . . . 1 6 l-lellertown .,.. . . . 8 ' 1 1 Wilson ..,......... ... IO ll Nazareth H. M. A. ... ... 3 ll Northampton ...... . . . 3 5 Totals .... . . . 45 l3O fi R Hockey 541 AT the beginning of the year when Miss Ott announced hockey practice about fifty girls reported to her. Practices were held two nights a week after school. There were some girls who were unable to report after schoolg but they received instruction, also, as hockey was given during a part of every gym class. There was no varsity team formed this year: but as all the girls showed much interest and a desire to play more, it is likely there will be a team next year. vvvvvvvvv 11:9 3, QD Fvvvvvvv I S5 l 777 151-'AX'ZAKIRIE"Il,11Hf VV Back row: Schubert, Rohn, Miss Nicholas, Miss Ott, Henry, Metz Front row: Mr. Leh, Brong, Peppell, Freeman, Leh, Beck, Mr. Gump Athletic Council as President ....... . . . .... QIOHN FREEMAN Vice-President .. ..,. JAMES PEPPELL Secretary ......... ....... E THEL LEH Treasurer .......... .... X VOODRONV BRONG Assistant Treasurer .......... .... j . CLAYTON BECK Football Manager ............ ......... J AMES HENRY Basketball Manager CBOysj .... RICHARD SCHUBERT Basketball Manager CGirls3 ...... .... K ATHARINE ROI-IN Baseball Manager ................ ....... R ALPH lVlETZ - Coaches ELMIRA OTT ANDREW LEH Principal of High School .............. FLORENCE L. NICHOLAS Faculty Adfuiser ................................ GUY GUMP Cheerleaders GEORGE I-IANOEN-Head Cheerleader ANNA VXIUNDERLY KATHRYN ENGLE MAYBELLE HAPIJEL ELIZABETH SMITH RALPH SLONAKER vvvvvvvvv He93DeD Vvvvvvvv I S6 J V Nwfy ff'f"f?2 IZ v vv v vvvvvvvvj .' EA SQ' 5 j 450 if - 4 ' 2 P 5 4 ' 3 3 4 4 V 4 V 4 V 4 ' 4 5 , 4 p 4 P 4 2 1 K 4 4 P 4 V 4 I 4 P 4 Z I g 4 4 4 PAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA JEEGLIEIES-'DEB I J YYV NAXZAIRIEIFIBI vvv STOP ME IF YOU'VE HEARD THIS ONE-H "Lend me ten dollars to buy a haircut." "Here's the ten, but what will you do with the extra nine?" "Buy a hat to conceal the haircut." K QQ Student: Doctor, I have just read a medical book and I am much afraid that I have kidney trouble. Doctor: But, my dear man, the curious thing about that disease is that the victim does not experience the least pain or discomfort. Student Qgaspingl: I knew it! My symptoms exactly. What makes you look so thin?" "Our cook is on an eighteen day diet." Senior: What size shoe do you wear? Frosh: Size two and half. Senior: What? Frosh: Yeah, two cowhides and half a keg ol nails. Student: This big Italian lighter has to have a bed over seven feet long. Ditto: Say, that"s a lot of bunk! HEARD ON OUR WASHINGTON TRIP S. D. '3o: tThe policeman had directed the taxi-driver a longer wayl Hey! How much money do you think I have? K. K. '3o: What kind of a joint is this anyhow? j. M. '3o: You don't call this dump a joint, do you? E. M. '3o: CAfter hnishing his dinnerj Now I'm going out to get some- thing to eat. Miss Little: For heavens sake, if you're going to yell, yell ina whisper. Bright Boy: Does that F on his sweater stand for Philadelphia? vvvvvvvvv 13931160 vvvvvvvv I S3 I YVV NAXZAIRIETFIBE VV gmidfsra-an wQf: 312- lil? 41? W mnwesigwsmmwmm , lfizgyygfwi an tu :ls 299' aa 'asv W W W W L M vvvvvvvvv Ilf93DcD Yvvvvvvv I S9 J M R. MR DR. M R. MR VVYVV NANZ.AKIRIE1FIBf VVV A PatrOnS AND MRS. FRANK D. ABEL AND MRS. WII.SON E. BECK AND MRS. SEM G. BECK AND MRS. WARREN L. BREINIG JOSEPH BROBSTON MISS l'lENRIETTA FRANTZ DR. AND MRS. J. A. FRAUNFELDER MR. HARRY FREEMAN MR. AND lWflRS. JAMES S. FRY MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH FULMER MR. AND MRS. WM. P. GANO MRS. EUGENIA GREGORY MR DR. MR MR MR MR MR M R. M R. M R M R M R AND MRS. GEORGE GRIM AND MRS. WM. J. l'lAPPEL AND MRS. LESTER C. HAWK MRS. FRED D. HECKMAN AND AND MRS. WVALTER HUMMEL AND MRS. ANDREW KERN AND MRS. CHARLES J. KNAUSS AND MRS. S. D. KNECHT AND MRS. T. D. KOSTENBADER E. W. LAUI3 . AND MRS. l'lONVARD H. LEH QUINTON S. LEOPOLD K MISS VERNA l..lCHTENXVAl.NER MR. AND MRS. FREDERICK NlARTlN MR. GEORGE lVlEESER REV. AND MRS. PAUL S. NlElNERT MISS CHARLOTTE lVlICl-IAEL MR. JOHN A. lW'lILLER NAZARETH PARENT-TEACHERS ASSO. MISS FLORENCE NICHOLAS DR. AND MRS. CALVIN NICKEL DR. AND MRS. H. C. POHL MR. AND MRS. CHARLES ROHN MR. AND MRS. F. H. SCI-IMIDT MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR SC!-IMIDT MR. AND MRS. G. B. SEARLES REV. AND MRS. FLOYD R. SHAEER MR. AND MRS. HOWARD Sl-IIMER MR. AND MRS. WM. SILFIES REV. AND MRS. H. C. SNYDER MR. AND MRS. CLIFFORD T. TAYLOR MR. AND MRS. P. S. TRUMBOWER DR. AND MRS. NORMAN UHLER DR. AND MRS. F. N. WMAGNER TIIE WVOMANIS CLUB MR. AND MRS. HARLEY P. YEISLEY We wish to extend Our Sincere appreciutioii to Our patrons and adver tiSeI'S who have cooperated SO willingly in helping tO make the Comet of lQ3O 21 SUCCESS. vvvvvvvvv 3IeQ3DeD 7vvvvvvv - l90l NAx2z,mR1e1r1m vvv :xx 656 f , MW ff N71 Z6 PL 6 QQ AXIDXVIE IR TH S IE WHEN Y S VVVYVVVV HEQZDED VVVVVVVV mm I Pennsylvania f Dixie Cement Corporation NAZARETI-I zz PENNSYLVANIA No No No. No Brands: A PENNSYLVANIA" "Cl.,lNCl'lFlEl.D,' " D EXT E R " URCYALH Plants: Kingsport, Tenn. No. 5 Penn Allen, Pa. Clinchfield, Ga. No. 6 Bath, Pa. Richard City, Tenn. No. 7 Portland Point, N- Y. Nazareth, P No. 8 Valley junction, Ia. l92J KEYSTCNE PORTLAND CEMENT A Better Grade of Cement Manufactured in A Modern Wet-Process Plant -by- Keystone Portland Cement Co Bath, Pa. Investigate lts QUALPI l Y Sales Ojqce 123 So. Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. I 1 AFTER Tl-IE GAME- Bring Your "Gang" and Enjoy Yourselves with Music and delicious refreslvnzents at ELLA M. SMITI-l'S Stockertown Tea Room next to the Big Stockertown Service Station on the corner where everybody stops for that GOOD GULF AND TYDOL GASOLINE Famous Grades of Oil Dayton Tires and Automobile Accessories E. J. UNANGST GL SONS Department Store We Feature Enna Ietticlc Shoes for the Modern Miss and Beacon Shoes for the Young Man Cor. Broad 8: Belvidere Sts. NAZARETH, PA. Miss Ehret: 'i'Nd71Z6 some ivnperisbable goods carried by railroads." V. K. T33: "Passengers" Miss Little: "Is anyone here absent?" COMPLIMENTS -org BATES VALVE BAG CORPORATION M annfactnrers of ...PAPER BAGS... 'for Flour, Cement, Gypsum, Ground Limestone, Plaster and Other Pulverizecl Products T941 OLlI'1dE?d OI1 811 ClQ8l--- o business that spans two continents. wenty-eight years ago a group of men conceived the idea from which, in IQIQ, grew the International Cement System, of which the Lone Star Cement Company Pennsylvania, with its Nazareth mill. is a part. This idea is expressed in manufacturing - by the pro- duction of cement of outstanding quality day in and day out: in merchandising - by a policy that is summarized in the Lone Star Code, "to treat every customer as though both buyer and seller were members oi' the same organiza- tion." Founded on this ideal of quality and service, the lnter- national System has grown from a small local mill to a chain of mills that spans two continents. The Nazareth mill is one of the I3 mills in the International Systemg these mills have a total annual capacity of 21,ooo,ooo barrels of Lone Star Cement. Lone Star Cement Company Pennsylvania CE T ,. Ollice: Philadelphia Pomggzmm STAR E951 'munommm' N Mill: Nazareth J Compliments O O MILLER ' of ' Plumbing, He t' g, f' ggomngl NAZARETH -fwd- BRICK YARD Hardware STOCKERTOWN, PA. GEORIEETOWN Phone 282-R-3 Barber: "Is there any way you would like your bair cut?" Freshman: "Yeh, off." Lena lVl. '32: "Hey Mae, I got a letter from the Army." Forl jOY and COMFORT - USE - Klipple's Bus Line PARTIES A SPECIALTY Phone: Bath-49 Compliments -011- Warren S. Dech I2 Belvidere St. Phone 373 For All Good Tbirzgs to Eat Prompt Delivery Service E961 Nazareth Cement Compan GENERAL OFFICE, NAZARETI-I, PA. Sales Offices: NEW YORK CITY 41 East 42nd Street PHILADELPHIA, PA. Commercial Trust Bldg. BOSTON, MASS. 161 Devonshire St. 191 Nazareth Planing Mill Co. Marzufacturers of IVIILLWORK OF QUALITY Sash Doors, Shutters, Blinds, Frames, Colon- ades, Stair Work, Interior Trim, Moulding, etc. Estimates Checrfzrlly Furnished Prospect and Green Streets Nazareth, Pa. Miss Little: "What shows that Shakespearek child characters spoke rather rnczzfzlareljfiy' R. S. '3I: "Asking for shaving cream." COM PLI IVIENTS -GPL Stccrner Printing Co. TI-IOIVIAS STA RNER, Proprietor Russell K Stout Dealer in K E L V I N A T O R Electric Refrigerators I-I O T P O I N T Electric Ranges - and - Appliances BROAD ST. THEATRE BUILDING NAZARETI-1, PA. Phone: 346 E98 R. E. Saeger jeweler Gifts for any occasion Mr. Cump: "IfVlJat tlvifng is older than your parents? E. S, '33: "Grmzdpare1zts." Mr. Cump: "No, Vinegar." Compliments of Biuney GL Smith Co Manufacturers of Crayola l99J F. P. RCHN i Qui mf, - , Q: ' +5 A " ' ff? Undertaker cmd Embalmer Mr. Shekletski: Cln Senior Solid Geometry Clzlssj "lt fakes a Hue teclmiqzfe to get a girl" S. D. ,301 A' Yozfre wrong, it fakes physique." Geo. N. Miller GENERA1. MERCHANDISE ,wo FARMING IMPLEMENTS Di5t1'ib14t07's of WAYNE Hog - Dairy - Calf - I-Iorse and Poultry Feeds NAL-xRE'1'H, PA. Route No. 2 BUSHKILL CENTRE, PA. HAVE YOUR- COPPER ETCI-I INGS -a1zd- LINE CUTS Made by The Bethlehem Qloheffimes Ask Us For Prices l100j The Best Lesson You Can Learnff- "ls to Bank Your Money" The book that will teach you more than any other book, is the Bank Book. It will teach you the value of money--ethe 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 azareth atiunal Bank AND TRUST COMPANY CNE OF THE STRONGEST BANKS IN PENNA H011 Compliments 1 of - SWAVELY,S Cut Rate Store Belvidere Street Nzrzzlreth -1- Pennzr. Reimeffs Nazareth News Agency A full line of BOOKS MAGAZINES STATIONERY KODA K SUPP LIES S PORT! NG GOODS Clomzs CIGARETTES Phone S5-M 143 South Main Street Miss Weikle: What is 'watered st0ck'?" A. '33: "Wate1'ed stock is stock in a water C077ZfJZl1'ljf.H J. W. jackson MEATS AND GROCERIES Ice Cream Candy Tobacco Soft Drinks Corner Belvidere and New Street NAZARETH, PA. Clinton D. Frantz S H O E S HOSIERY 'E loS South Main Street NAZARETH, PA. H021 C. A. Anglemire A 1-L?flJ07'iQ'GL7l Dealer STROM BERG-CARLSON AND CROSLEY RADIO RECEIVERS 40 So. Main St. Nazareth ' Penna. Nazareth's Store of Satisfaction Mayer Haas Formerly Kli1ze's B IGGER-BETTER VALUES 112 South Main Street NAZARETH, PA. j. M. '3o: "1 wo1z't rzeeal any new books." Mr. Shekletski: "Wby?" j. M. '3o2 "foe been left in tbe some class." YH ", Tl l l. l'-3.1-fl Summer Clothing ll il fifi For Merz, Young M611 and Boys in rr- l f ' iid MICHAEL STERN SUITS Stetson Hats Cheney Cravats Straw Hats Pioneer Belts Florsheim Shoes Brighton Garters Interwoven Hosiery Munsing Underwear Palm Beach Suits Earl 81 Wilson Shirts HENRY SCHLEGEL ANDREVV G. IQERN, P1'eside1z1f WM. j. SANTEE, Sec.-Treas. The Trumbower Company Dealers In COAL. LUMISER, GRUSHED STONE and BUILDING MATERIAL NAZARETII, PA. Main OIIIce: Branch Ofhcez EASTON ROAD 23 SOUTH MAIN STREET Phone 47-W Phone 157 R. S. '31: Un moviesj "Those I1zdia1zs have a blood curdlivzg yell," E. Y. '31: "Sure, they are all college g1'z1a'z1ates." The Greatest I-I. E. bemmel XCHEVROEHETX Lunch Room "i' .1F 'X in Chevrolet I-Iistory III So. Main St. Nazareth 'Z' Palma' A Six T71 the Price Range of a Four Dealer 111 HERSI-IEY ICE CREAM Cigars Fruits Tobacco Hess 69 Sons Oysters and Clams phone 19 In Season NAZARETI-I, PA. 11041 F. Seyfried E. S. Pl-IILLIPS, Mgr I-IOM - STYL MARKET Fresh and Smoked M E A 'I' S Phone 277 45 Belvidere Street NAzIIRE'rH, PA. Bethlehem Business College XVILBUR TRUST BUILDING BETHLEI-IEIVI, PA. TIIIRTY-FOURTI-I YEAR Secretarial, Accounting and Gen- , eral Business Courses for high sclioolgraduates. 1 2 1 : Review and advanced work in all commercial subjects SUMMER SESSIONS Write, Pbmze or Call for Catalog W. F. IVIAGEE, President S. D. '3o: tPosing for picturej. "Have I the1'ig1Jtexpressi01I?" Photographer: "Yes" S. D. 'got "Hurry, It lmrts my face." Miss Little: "Do1I't mimi jolm M. be isIz't quite rigbt anyway." FI.oUR FEED GRAIN U. G. Alt61T1OS Compliments Electrical Contractor 1. of , Flory Milling Co. 435 So. Main St. Nazareth -:- Penna. Phone I45 House Wiring a Specialty EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL 56-60 South Main Street NAZARETI-I, PA. H051 GodshaII's Ideal Market IN-'I E A T S GRCCERIES - PRGVISIONS Domestic and Imported Cheese If'Ve Specialize in Home Made JIlajf01z1zaise and Sandwich Spread 35 Belvidere St. NAZARETIAI, PA. I-I. 0. Simons SL Son CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS Estimates Furnished on Application All Work Promptly Attended To Phone 341 Nzizzireth, Pa. N. D. '3o: fSpe:1king of Cain and Abell "l did1z't know they iizurdered each other." IVI. R. '31: "Where did Longfellow die?" Mr. Pesslerz "I11bed." NAZARET H Phone 161 CDMPLIMENTS OE- FAIR GRDUNDS INN SPECIAL DINNERS PRIVATE DINING ROOMS Meals Served Daily li106fI YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS receive expert care when A i l NAZA RETH, PA. good social club for old young boys, girls, men and womevz and fll d I C at Modern Gymnasiumg Good Swimming Poolg Outdoor Playground: Cinder Run- y - , . ,,.. . Paul W. I-leclcmcm 5 mug MCI -"" Swimming taught to beginners PHARMACY Free Swimming Campaign in june to all boys of town. Get Mewzbcrsbip Applications at Y" ofnce Miss Little: "What are pixies?" j. S. '3o: "Little pigs." Mr. Shekletskiz CTO E. L. 'goj "Are you talking?" E. L. '3o2 "I was talking but I did1z't say a1zytlJi1zg." New Cl1ilclren's Underwear includes VVAISTS WAIST UNION SUITS PLAIN UNION SUITS and INFANTS' SHIRTS Insist on UNAZA RETI-I" Known From Coast to Coast Compliments Lol... Broad St. Meat Market EDWARD I-I. IQERN All Kinds of FRESH and SMOKED MEATS Domestic and Imported Cheese POULTRY IN SEASON Phone 272 We Deliver IIOTI C. F. Martin SL CO., Inc. Nfizfxmzri-1, PA. . Established 1833 fll!l7IZlftlCf7l7'U7'5 of Guitars, Mandolins anal Ulculeles Tenor Guitars, Hawaiian Guitars, Special Orchestra Q E H aff: I Q T52 -.15L15'iQ 5'if gl, A1942 tilil Y-lr Y- ll".i4 54 x Q , : A 5g::"'1 I,-gggaa I ' s 61- I n u ' X Costumes and Wfigs TO HIRE .... nioilel and other styles. foil .IH Occmions Dinners - Weddings llluzairatecl Catalogue on request Mmstllels Fm-mshed C. E. RUTH 2o6 N. Tenth St., Allentown, Pa Bright Pupil: "What is the ce-nter of gravity?" Teacher: "Who in the class will explain it?" ni-ight Pupil: '-1 wuz." Teacher: "Alright you explain it." Bright Pupil: "It is spelled g-r-a-fu-i-t-jf so 'rf' is the center." For the BEST - SPORTING OOODS We carry a complete line of SWEATERS FOOTBALL BAsKETBALL ICE siiixrcs Flsl-HNG TACKLE BICYCLES SLEDS TENNIS RACKETS RESTRUNG Prompt Delivery Everything for the Athlete HF. E. Weinlaiid BROXD AND MAIN STREETS BZTHLEIIEM, PA. Special Prices To Colleges Schools and Clubs Phone 748 r Morris C. Kohler Contractor and Builder Phone 484 A NAZARETlfl, PA. H081 THE NEW BARONIAL Main and Belvidere Streets NAZARETI-I, PA. PALMER Coma, Prop. European 351.50 to 553 a la carte. Grill for Men and Women, open Daily 6:30 to QQ I2 to 2Q 6 to 8. Platter Dinner 5oc. Renovated Throughout. Pocket Billiards- : 1 5 Tables. 2 1 C. E. Shupp G E N E R A L lVlERCl-IANDISE Hecktown, Pa. P. O. Easton R. D. No. 4 A Pleased Customer Is Our Best !ldvertiseme1zt Teacher: "lu the S6'7Z1i81ZC6-A7716 man is in the lvospitalf what is 'ivrz the hospital?" Pupil: "The mem Kraemer Hosiery Company NAZARETH, PENNA. Mar1mfacturc1's of SUPERB CHMIDTL HOSIERY and GLOVE SILK UNDERWEAR All Styles and Colors f1091 FTaCk E? Leh Compliments V AUTHORIZED - Of - ll SALES and SERVICE Phofogyaphey 235 SOLlIl'l Bl'021Cl SIFGCI' NAZAARETI,I PA' NAZARETIPI, PA. ' Phone 124 BRANCH STUDIO: PEN ARGYL, PA. Mr. Fessler: QTO E. B. '3I after he had gone up to Mr. Eessler's desk for the seventh time, asking about booklceepingj A'I do1z't know bow you would ever get your bookkeeping if I would ever die." Buslikill Milling . . Com Cm Luclwrg l-ltmler P y Ma1IzI.factzire1's of Tailor MOTI-lER'S PRIDE and OUR KING PLOUR Poultry and Dairy Walnut Street Feeds a Specialty NAZARETI-I :-: PENNA. J. B. OVERHOLTJ Mgr' I Phone IOQQ EASTON, PA. H101 "To be what we are, and to become what we are capable of becoming is the only and of life". Robert Louis Stevenson , -' 2 , .I T , J' K. liiizdii si Freshmen were suppogzed to bring stock market reports from newspapers. Miss Ehrct: tflio Charles Eilenbergerj "Sit d0'Zkl"l1!H C. E. ,331 "I can? get it out of my pocket any other way." flfle had the report in his hip pocketj The Peoplefs Coal 6? Supply Co. STQCKERTUXVN. PA. DCZIICTS ini of iifffm Siffliiiil 1929 Illll Churchman Business College W. E. CHURCHMAN, Principal A Thorough Business Training. What we have done for others We can do lor you. Ask the members of the Class of IQZQ who entered last lall, what we did for them. COURSES Accountancy and Business Administration, Commercial, Secre- tary, Stenographic and Preparatory. Advanced Classes 'lor High School Graduates. Day and Evening Sessions. Students may enter at any time. Graduates assisted to positions. Catalog and Accountancy Bulletin mailed upon request. Phone I242 16-18 South Fourth Street :-: :-: EASTON, PA. Mr. Sheldetski: Cln Chemistry classj "This is to delermiize the 'maid adical'." fMeaning "acid radicaluj. Ignition and Towing Service Specialty Compliments , - of - Roth 5 Garage Easton Road, Nazareth C, W, HaTfman HUDSON GREATER "8" Q and BELFAST, PA. ESSEX CHALLENGER G. M. C. TRUCKS l. U MEAT and ICE CREAM Oil - Gasoline - Tires - Repairs Phone 202 l112j i PRESTON O. HESS, Pres. E. F. MOHN, Sec.-Treas. Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Co. OF NORTHAIWPTON COUNTY NAZARETH, PENNA. Amormt of Irzsrrrarzce 111 Force llll42,000,000.00 Nazareth Creamery 5? Dairy jOl-IN D. EDELMAN, Prop. PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM BUTTER Buttermilk and Cottage Cheese Phone S1 NAZARETH,PA. E. L. '3o: QBlowing bits of paper off her deskj. "Pardon me." M. M. '3o: QBlowing nose vigorouslyj, "Pardon me, while It blow this off." Albert O Sturgis SLSon ' 23 S. Main St. COMPLIMENTS NZ1Z21l'Ctl1 -2- Penna. -012- REAL ESTATE and GENERAL INSURANCE S D K . . HCC 'C Telephone I57 I113J Studebaker Sales and Service For Good Service and Fair Treatme-nt GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING and AUTO STORAGE GULF and NO-NOX GASOLINES U. S. TIRES and TUBES ACCESSORIES SPA RTON RA D I OS R. F. Ziegler, Proprietor Mauch Chunk Street Phone 355 Nazareth, Pa. Miss Little: Qln English classj. "What other time did they discuss these wars before?" R. D. ,311 "In Mr. C1,L'I7lfJ,S classes." East End Garage GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING ' Gas, Oils, Accessories, Anlerlcan Towing Hotel PIWOUS 388 LODGING DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE O72 the Stockertown Pike NAZARETI-I, PA. and Meals Served CQ E. FEI-IR I1l4j COMPLIMENTS ROLDCIT W- Nolf -QF- Rajymoncl Wfecwer Plumbing and Heating 37 Belvidere Street Phone 439-R M12 Shekletski: "My parents toouldvfl allow me to become az 'I'7Zl7Z,E7'.H Chorus: "They should have." COM PLI M ENTS -or- Russell D. Lambert Jeweler CLZSTO M ER 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 council, investigation and appraise- ment of values and risks. Frequently we are able to save the client money on his insurance invest- ments ancl at the same time get him a greater amount ot protection. Consult with us regarding your in- surance matters. Frank Hutb SL Sons 55 So. Main St., Nzizareth, Pa. Consult Your Insurance Agent as You Woiald' Your Lawyer and Doctor H151 Ritter's Garage 540 South Main Street OLDSMOBILE and VIKING Sales and Service General Repairing, High Pressure Greasing, Towing, Storage Battery Service, Re- : pairs and Accessories 1 F. I-I. SIEGEL, Proprietor Phone 257 PHONE18 Flowers are suitable gifts for all occasions. We send orders by wire to all parts of the country. Sawyer 6? Johnson 44 West Laurel Street Bethlehem, Penna. W. T. '3o: "Sb is the symbol for alimony" Qmeaning antimonyj. Miss Ehret: "Is Maurice Zellner in here?" lVIr. Fessler: "I d01z't know. I 'ZUO'Llld7Z,f know ber if I saw ber." H. M. BEIL ELECTRICAL CGNTRACTGR Phone 60-I -2 NAZA RETH , PA. All Kinds of Electric Household Appliances and Fixtures on Display "IF IT'S ELECTRICAL WE I-IAVE IT" For your next estimate call 60-j-2' I11G1 All kinds of Reasonable Concrete Work Prices COM PL! MENTS Teel GL Vogel CONTRACTORS AND BLHLDERS .- CDF .- The Nazareth Artificial lee Company 216 So. Whitfield St. Nazareth -:- Penna. Phone 416-j Somebody reciting a poem in English class: "Full maizy a gem of purest ray serene The dark zmfatlvovized eaves of ocean bear." j. M. '3o: "1 did1z't know there were any ocean bears." Specialties ln Stationery Ice Cream Magazines H. F. Memmert UNITED CIGAR STORES AGENCY 142 So. Main St. Box Candies: FAVORS WI-llTMAN'S. and NORRIS' We Deliver NOVELTIES and Phone: 76-R also jOl-lNSTON'S CREPE PAPERS f11T1 W. K. SHIMER, President L. G. PETERS, Treasurer Geo. H. WELTY, Secretary The Nazareth Coal GL Lumber Co. Coal, Lumber, Hardware and Building Material 430 and 436 South Main Street NAZARETI-I, PENNA. Building Paper Lehigh Lead, Paints, Varnishes and Scranton Coal G. I-l, '31 1 fWas chewing gum and had his feet propped on back of a chairj. Miss Little: "Put your cbewiug gum 071 the floor and park your feet in the wastebasketf' Compliments 'Ol' Iialun S1 C3ohi C. H. Nicholas Builders QROCER 49 North Broad Street Phone 49 Nazareth I-1 Penna. D181 Broad Street Lunch Room The Ideal Place to Eat We specialize in home- baked pies and cakes Phone 179 ROBERT MANCK, Prop. EXACTING CARE In Compounding Prescriptions ls the Hrst essential. Prescrip- tions get that care and accuracy in my business. George H. Heckman Corner Drug Store Nazareth :-: Penna. M. H. '3o: "I bad a beard like yours once and when 1 realized bow it made me look I cnt it off. Nl. S. '3o: HI bad a face like yours and I couldn't cut it off so I grew a beard." Allentown's Leading Studio lor Students W'int Studio 617 Linden St. ALLENTOWN, PA. Dial 2l3lO for Appointment COMPLIMENTS OP A FRIEND H1191 E. j. UNANGST, Presidmzt A. E. FRANTZ, Cashier I-I. M. li1.EcKNER, Vice Presidenzf Established IQOI Capital, Surplus and Unclivided Profits ill-3i5o,ooo The Second National Bank of NAZARETI-I, PENNSYLVANIA Large enough to serve you Small enough to know you Strong enough to protect you We are here to help this Community and are anxious to cooperate with you-No account too small to receive our courteous attention-We pay gw per cent. interest on saving accounts, compounded semi-annually MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK ROLL OF HONOR BANK 51201 The Road to Health and Strength -ZEALTI-I is the most important thing in the world. lt is the glorious possession of youth. With health comes strength to do your work - efhciently. Without health everything else is QSM-E fb impossible, yet it usually is not appreciated until after 4? GRADE fg it is lost. Lost health means lost time. Lost time gl m means less income and lower standards of living. I 0 as Q Health maintained is preferred to health regained. 4' Wm- Y' Everyone can stay on the Road to I-lealth and Strength 4RE1'5 by guarding habits of food and drink. Form the good habit of drinking MILK every day. lt is the perfect food and perfect drink. But it must be clean milk from healthy cows. f Willowdale Grade A Raw Milk is from pure bred regis- Wlllowdale tered Guernsey cows which are tuberculin tested under state and federal supervision. This insures bealtby f milk while sanitary housing and bottling conditions Nmareth' Pa' insure clean milk. Farms Miss Little: "Wbat's the difference between a melodrama and a drama?" C. M. '3o: "ln a drama the heroine throws the 'villain over. In a nzelodrarna sbe throws bmi over the cliff." If P -iii 357' 7' 73'lQ 'hi' Ill This Book was Printed by the 3 ffffll Y "'- fe 'fllll ' f 5557 ill Nazareth ltern Publishing Co. 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