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

 - Class of 1932

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Assistant liusiriess Managers DOROTHY RUBRIGHT I-IOWARO GETZ Literary Editors VIRGI Nl Music Editor Dramatic Editor WL :Yi Qld--1,5 l XT NE? AROLD STOUT A ,-in f 'I' ij: 'f PK, I ff lx 1: I PN 2 IOL 1 SH ijkfv I Qlfifi I XIX, I . A PLOTTS ALBERT KNAUSS ' tx' A ' if A'T'- Social Editor . A . MARGUERITE MABUS JOHN ALLEN VICTORIA KOCH Q . I A 'I 29' E 1 . gx-ELW. L ii? Art Editor L' ' I GRACE BREINIG - NL' 4,7 A MM 2 ,A-,AL ,, i I N 4' ' A '3'ftAl73iL. ' a uf I A 1 . E--: Q'-I-In ig? -1 Aa-E3 Athletic Editors JMC 'VW 5 -A rr 'I SE ff ABRAM YEAKEL ARLENE FEHNEL fQ A If I U j A II .. NI 1 ' 1. O3 5:3 if. " 1. fr' 2 , N, f. A Photography Editors ffj',,, 'N 'fifig ir, R Q' '21-iff, 'lflfjlfx " ', MARGARET SEYFRIED MARTHA SCHLEGEL fgffjgE?j17t,4J4i, Qgrisi' joke Editors gf' fi? . A . 7, ' QA ',Q,ff:,9LI- CHARLES FREEMAN DUAINE SHIEEERT jf v , is :Q 'Z ' sa If ' :A ' :A-M 4 , . . 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BOARD OF EDUCATION iw f5rse1 . -f ,. : .-, TQ .il W . . . . C Back row: W11l1am M. Bennett, Robert F. Ziegler, Howard H. Leh 'pw ' ' KW' ' Front row: Charles J. Knauss, C. Frederick Martin, Clara A. , ff. , Beck, Lester C. Hawk, Walter E. Kern ,ff , if l - Y 'ef .1 . 'fs "VX--ff il 'O i C E?" 32, ff F-4-7 1 Ei'4,g.i1,-fF- OFFICERS gpg we W P"'f4fi'. . . . e, l 3545 President, C. Frederick Martin iw.-.,-sfgf.1nXfgjf?T fs N5A5,-y.,f,,g-- Tiki? QM , fig Vice President, Lester C. Hawk "ff'5,f V N Treasurer, Walter E. Kern f Q2, Nfl! , -..f - -tg' wi, 5 3 Sec'y to Board, Charles J. Knauss X 1 1 .1 ,fi 1 Q 2.23, of '-Ziff p4j.,ff,?y r YQ i ev .gi Ai,G..: EQW w . "ir .X 'iggi' lr? ff ffjgi' 'A , P-.?1.lQ:f .kiliiff ff.-5 N11 tiff , ff fe fffi 5' we . X. wi i l Arif! MW G12 i fq-,1"j:',i,,.,gf,f Aff-A -ww! .ff XG 3 7aIi'1fff-,"'!f,if' -' E ty ,wx kwa: fl if 'wr' 9- . wit Elggrg'-4,57 ig .a f , 5Q,"..js,,1f3-M fy , 4' we Ei 4E.'P"i3g-. 'fV. lLf.,'jlg Fgwixit C ff , 4 qv U . 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MISS JEAN B. CLUTE, ART A Tyrone High School, Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial lx Arr. I Aly' 'y GUY CUMP, B. S. NlATHEMATlGS Green Castle High Schoolg CLIInberland Valley State Teachers Collegeg Gettysburg College. DON L. DETWEILER, lNDUSTRlAL ARTS .Altoona High Schoolg Extension Work, Pennsylvania State College. MISS CHARLOTTE DIXON, B. C. S. COMMERCIAL Bristol High Schoolg Rider College. MISS GRACE KING, B. S. BUSINESS Kensington High School, Philadelphia, Pa.g Columbia University. ANDREW S. LEH, PH. B., M. A. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Allentown High School, Muhlenberg Collegeg Columbia University. MISS ELIZABETH MARX, A. B. LANGUAGES Salem Academy, Salem College. MISS ELMIRA OTT, B. S. PHYSICAL EDUCATION ' Allentown High School, East Stroudsburg State Teachers College. MISS MIRIAM L. PETERS, B. S. LIBRARIAN South Philadelphia High School, University of Pennsylvania, Drexel - . ,HA ,-'glib '.Ei5.,5ggq. I ',:ZX.'ViiI .K XY . ,, Q. , ll Ae- Iv ,il f.:1g,:l X Jgfffl "Kill IR E? 5, H I UQ". 1 ,U M . X A'- X . N FFT.- 1-iii. Regex , 2.3, .' , pg.. .K 'N V4 . jg 2, .1 Institute, Library Certificate. AA f ev. ' ADAM SHEKLETSKI, A. B. CHEMISTRY , I., . .K :4,JI.f.1f-,,,..... I' - FR... ,--,.."iE V Sf .I P"k?"7f4iiQCaXJ J 1 --Liz' 7 2. , A , . . . . . . 1 ,..,.,. ,ff ,- Q55 Newport Township High School, Lehigh University. xi-is gif," 1 X .5-'f MISS ELIZABETH SLOAT, A. B., M. A. ENGLISH Xpfiff' ' I - I - 'I' L 1 Weatherly High School: West Chester State Normal School, Lebanon rl A Y ,I 3 ,, Valley College, Columbia University. , fig 9: Is sL.63e27tII J, MISS DOROTHY XVEIKEL, B. S. EUROPEAN HISTORY ",,ig!3l R.,jvj7:ffi,lIfy ' isgsgfy Germantown High Schoolg University of Pennsylvania. 6 I . -A gg ALE IAQ' 5' I E. at i' MISS MAE YEISLEY, B. S. MUSIC ,ffl , I. - H . , .. . " .If f 4: A Nazareth High Schoolg Temple University. if -af: E ' Q 12,3 J A1 1, , . .ri Q! at - I. 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K '-s 2 f sf xr' i A . if qlxglff 4 'N X' Y'- ! . ,Af 7 ,I 1 Semnr Qllmm Mtatnrg UR career in Nazareth l-ligh School may almost be likened to a drama, since all men are merely actors on this great stage, known as the 1 XXX Xxx if JL' YM- , aw If-Sf...3,51 , egg ml inks" 9-Elf., i i 'FM . 1 .3 . ,l ,,. ij K X xmas 1 .1 5 ...X 9 H 1 I f' A 1 ' A x. S-A ri gi Ii ' 5 Z' fi fy .slr 7 rs lj 3 0 it il l i l K Q T , -s In Q w .Q 3 ' ,ffl Q N' Q ggi, - N u fe Cv ' safe Lf- IM1 ' if 5' f' his audi' :G f gill: AM ,lj 'iii ' 'ifff M i :wg ,VS L v I5 1 f l i - jg, e- f ' . 4 fm' 1 ' 5:-:,g5fS Af , 5,3 J- Pu 5-SQfQ2P X 4 W' XTg1f7A'f"' W' nil "fr--:f'2'sQP"t " S-QQ' agndklli fin DfjTQaJ,g,ESXq,h'V 'eQXX X X 13534 Wil' if f' W f M-' 1- as ,, ,X J 21: LQ3 f V50 la E, ,- Me N T . i ., .ws fr Nkifr i X M X . ,,. fx ', 1 ,I H K pg va ,- 3" ' .Q f M A F7 . 5 - arg fxff P. A 'E'-'3.'ln ',iT1 nfI','. I Il ' ',- , r' 17 1 ' ' by-. CX 1.7, . X .iff . MT 7? world. l-lowever, there is a great difference between this drama and the great plays of Shakespeare. ln this drama, ascending action is the only aim we haveg descending action is abjolutely undesirable. Also, the magnihcent climax is not reached until the crowning event of our production, commencement. The curtain rises upon a rather numerous crowd of carefree Freshmen. We soon 'hnd ourselves humiliated in an old-fashioned hazing, administered by domineering upperclassmen. Finally, we settled down to work and embarked upon our voyage in the quest of knowledge. In the next scene we perceive a group of Sophomores, trying to appear wise to the new crop of green Freshmen, freshly recruited. With a lively l-Iallowe'en party, the ties binding us together were drawn closer. A cloud of sorrow descended upon us at the sad death of our beloved classmate, Rue Cooley. As the curtain rises upon the third act, we rind an industrious group of juniors laboriously striving to gain an education. This year we became the proud owners of our new class rings of black onyx and gold. Toward the close of the year, we became the proud tenants of the new addition to our school building. Amid a gaily decorated scene, we entertained the Seniors in the event which dedicated our new gymnasium, the junior-Senior Prom. Now the curtain rises upon the fourth and nnal scene of our drama. We are a rather dignified group of Seniors. With the determination of making this HCoiviET" the best, we began concentrated work on the book. A l-lallowe'en party broke the monotony of serious work. This year, we were entertained by the juniors at a nne reception. Commencement time is here. As we look upon our journey, we hope that our contributions to activities, athletics and otherwise, have been r l I ' i I ' f 5-Slfx 5.1, . sf ,WH , ,R-H' A V' 'ffzffbk l : ana, ,FX 1 J,,tc,...-1i W . Qefwff if rf'iXe'f1',Q: r l-I. 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I ff 1' . I'-fx ll! if 9,-., V, gif at , , ,l-, rf ff- -.Cf g 5V,iQ,.,,-,C -ji Vg-Cf-'-.X . ' of lr-f :wX"lf n.f,,fH yiffrfi.. ,ja - Qylina ,Kes v EL is 1f'.CLligos' T' f'yvx,lm-.1 Q' lfg-5,23 N f- .T fl iiiaxsi ' V--jfaffl EL l 5. -lf CJ Q -bill fu ll E- . V' y-A Cl 'L If ig ' v,--.-if-X12 2? -kf. yt., L, .NJA 'A C ' ' x ,f-CA., -. . 5 v r... 5: 1. .. l l ARLE NE FEHNEL -ll "Cleo" "Hail, fellow, well met," that's Arlene. She likes pep, noise and a good timeg that is one reason. why the boys like her. Theres nothing that can trouble herg she always finds a silver lining. Arlene can do anything well that does not require much exertion-be that a virtue or a vice-we know that the world is good- natured to people who are good-natured. Glee Club C13 ,C23 C33 C43 Class Treasurer C23 C43 Student Council C33 Com-et Staff C43 Dramatic Club C13 C23 C33 C43 Hockey C23 C43 Basketball Squad C13 C33 C43, Class Basketball C23 Capt- JOHN ALLEN - - "John" John is alwther Luther Burbank, in that he loves nature. Although he did not engage actively in any project, he is a willing worker when called upon. We feel certain that John will become an industrious forester. Dramatic Club C23 C33 C43 Glee Club C43 Comet Staff C43 Debating Team C33 C43 Varsity C43 ELIZABETH KOCH il- "Reds" "Reds" is one of our most popular girls. She and her car are a combination hard to beat. If jobs are as easy to keep as "Kenny,', we think she will have hers for a long time. 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Sgikml, varsigykg H y wi' F1134 HT VICTORI nee Club 5 Q45 :ie j, , ' ,, . ,, q an gg A 552.1 m fact, She has helped tofxk KOCH an 445 -Wf ' QQ, Q! her dutyvs d S our Chief St eep the book furor U k if g an one sh - udellt 1' - S and . y viawx' ffl- N , ybod , . 6 15 lbra, Inga- N -j - -.J y 7 " J YS D1 alwa Han. . 0221119 - if 1 ,- film: if 0 am- We' ys ready f She 15 a S In our lib fffgfx' av" A 5- Fperetta 42D re Strong for or play- You my diligent my in Order- Y - ' , A fench Club YOu, victim l f Dlcture HTC Vfofkerg but Wh ' 14 ' gwfif ash, A 31. fy' is an at en -.EM -:km 0 gg l A 1.5 T , sslstalnt S Glee Club Sset on ,gm fbi, 5,1 y w if fm Bxcreta fly Q Xgi , If 9, ry Cla 21 W ,fi ,f- P' and T SS S6011 ,hi NY N1 'iii 'S reasurer etafy C2 P? QA M4 Went Librar W Comet st if 46 5 A '-5431 Y ia 9. - .4 , W fa ,Elf 'H 449 K px 'Fi . mn., EDG 51.1 v v xii? E His mottjf. lallky fellow AR BABP --1 4 W "Edu has 15. "Let tomorro Comes saunterin f.Ed,, 5 far? C passed nm . W take C 3 late in 121: Ai few? tlziu. wig' 0'mm.erC- U- hls hi h are of its 1 ,, to Class . , -AQQM 1a1 Cmb Q47 3 school days SVS With thig gals certain to be E ?-"fi--H iw, ' 9 Wish 1 Dpy-gO-1 W " dy jzigziff' I:Q'R. '- J? Class B Abhlet- you tne best ucky adttitudg E55 If-al Law 5Sket 1C As .- . of luck 'f 1 H E ball Q25 C45 S0.f1a,t1On in 425- V7 l 5' '?.,.,,,, H31 -' ' if f :Q 441 , F1 ,fpgrrfiih A 1 5 EM? 'Ngjig If if--" LX" ' '32,- gmx k M if ,..--,,Y -hgfx fgi WT' WA XXX v : ALI I ffji A 'J-ff 'L .fffiff fi? M f ff M ' 3 I if 'MQ V223 Fw , , A Q-wf' A 3 N I ,M 61, ,U V- H --V--7'-" ,U , --'Y---.-...... M .., ffJM,f,,,.-.,..,....,.. m.,,. - , , 1 3 .44 .......h.i-.. - 4 ,, . ri N . . ,BM--'15 .1 be 1 . . 3 'Ze' ' Kfseiliffiiih' iff' . s Am, :ff -M ',,gj,f,f'fig-sNs,:,::,1,xr,a:g f "L"i.-,55- - ua-1115 "A-"2 '-zfffllgeff ,f5.rf- sg4i11,' 0-NL, Y .522 ..-.,,..-.....- ,H Fd: A-i VA--M N, as-A , i::,en--L' "'A MA' Yx'q'----'WA-'+V' in IW, f' D- '-- - H Y V W J:--7 ..--- -iv' ,. EJ igf. . iff f Eli ELA -or I-.!l.....'J .--- r---, -4 ,.., 3 L7i?r?11-A 1 Li..--1---f' I fy .- rv +' lvlgf I 1, lx ,..,1f 3 nge 1 Q, Pnwffjjif l1ii?sfi.2fH l 515152. 'fl igiisifgff-x . TI' ' rl ,...... 3-. WLS? fl C :jill V. he-.1 ii wif? . I - .,. E.. I, ECL,-I rl WTI .1 " iiiii F 521217: Fi will C. F3 E353 EQ Mila 1 ff S V, f if f-'ENZ?3x'xH l l S535 Mx l 1 I lf- xg xC 1 Q R C 'www 1 , -11-x ,, .r C . L1 5.1511-'1 fr ' , , 1- -,ij ,-'N 'L' ' 'fin' , ' If-33. V 'x F Zi! if.y'E?'5fif Ml l7fua2f1'. fs: 1 ,qawlilu X W L- "I L . 22,1-gill in j"-w',fi Gi, F' Y 1 f-.1 li:-'ifefx Q5 -'Q .Lf ,-gi 'fp V, 3--efjff XC' ,V . :AL-I Vigi 'J . . ' -1 9 ""fe.Qi F, , -ixjnfl , .J-Wm: -- V . 22.14 Q . Lili' ., A 11 f, 1.,., Cuz, .V -?rff"g,Q' " ff. -' , '.iVf.4"'s 3, 1' v'-12 .. .S l . C . . ' 4 NELSON BRAMER -ll "Bud" "Stand back folks, make room. for the one-man orchestra." Indeed, f'Bud" is that very thing, because he can make them all stand astonished. But music isn't his only interest. Wise-cracking is also one of his favorite diversions. However, Nelson can apply himself if he so desires and We are sure he will make good in h undertakes whatever e . Orchestra C13 C23 C33 C43 Secretary of Orchestra C33 President of Orchestra C43 Band C43 Secretary of Class C33 Blue and White Standard Staff C33 Dramatic Club C33 HELEN LUTZ ? "Helen" A silent tongue but a true heart, we find in Helen. She is a most Willing worker and a pleasant companion. Many of us have never really learned to know herg but those of us who have, know that she is "true blue." May you get out of life just what you put in, Helen! Operetta C23 Blue and White Standard Staff C33 C43 French Club C43 Comet Staff C43 ' Student Librarian C43 Manager, Class Basketball C43 CHARLES FREEMAN - "Charlie" re those the waves of the ocean we see in the distance?" 'fNo, our mistake, it is merely 'Charlie's' undulatory hair floating in the breeze." As a baseball manager "Charlie" proved very efficient. "Intensive work and then play" is his motto. Success be yours, "Charlie," Glee Club C13 C23 C33 Class Basketball C23 C43 Manager, Baseball C43, Assistant C33 Com-et Staff C43 Senior Play C43 HA ,:::r--.,,-,A ,sr .-f' T. .,--.,, ,i-'Wi ,- ,,,.g..f ?"',.,,-1 ff . 232,711-1. "ff " 'rv ,rw VK!! I 7 4 .f-.F , V :Q - ' ,,,:?f rv- 1- 1 X ,p X , up WU 'y.xCCyg3x.w.-xi 4 2 54- . .-...a.-:..c1.-a..4. -9.-.J A.. . , 4... ' ,...i......., WW, ,,-......i.,,,.... ...--.. .....Y..., E231 rw - Y it c -grill. - 3 41 f 5T,.g-1---e ..:.lt ei-:mtl 5--.e I V , fx -wxel g L- T, gg ga gf, X giiziiiiff egg:-Z1 - afiltia 2, . "' IT? We imxl- ' - ' .14 "W 'fx --L .if -gi k L..-ji, i Ag! --- g f ,lf .1 A ' -il'-'gi .ilil -l-- Y 7 ' "'J"'g-1-13.1. ,c ... --f fwfx , ff . t 4,11 .-.J fir' 113, c - or -f, 1 4 DE C55-1 i J W X P l j Ag Q 1 ' W I 4 e ffl-4,-fer if 5 fl is Xa hi ? W Qi... 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C XYZ"-::t"lfjm'iV xiii---xl w a '-M' W - ' - ees, " ' f I Q' fimflfs -L MARGUERITE MABUS -1- "Marge, ' fl ,A -eg X , L5 ,, "Margef' hails from out of town and she seems to enjoy her dinners inf the , A 31 N Q1 Main Room, Marguerite and Eva are great palsg but when once they start giggling, FL .5 4 Z el no one can stop them. As a nurse, Marguerite, the class wishes you much success. L jg ,4 Q" V, 1 Operetta C45 Assistant Secretary and Treasurer C45 9.5524 M V 2 X I Comet Staif C45 French Club C45 W 1,13 fi ig, , Grlee Club C45 Dramatic Club C45 bk : if 1 A 5- 5? Q' ez W fii 4 5 we y JOHN GARDNER l "Janne, gf if , C , O o .AX ' LL ' U .. , f ,AM ' -. Zi ki , 7 ff 1,-, 1 I f '27 K 'fit in 5 N Q X ite' xiii, 3 GSH at X r' ,ro fri' f' it f f ta Fr' Thru his unfailing generosity in placing at the Seniors' command, both his car and personal services, we have been able to make our short journeys in record time. John is somewhat silent and shyg but after you learn to know him, you will find that he has a very agreeable and pleasing personality. May you be successful in whatever you undertake! Science Club C35 C45 ROSE MAHORSKY --- "R0se" aj, mg jtflfn F 5 Nl 4a 7' E 'i f 1 ,QU MC, f 5:2 ffl:-fitfifi 1 ye 4 ri fret i fl 'Z I C, Y I Rose is the chief typist at Nazareth High School. She was also a member 4 0, ,L 'Ai , of our successful debating team Ask Rose to do something and she'11 be sure to HQ, ', " answer in the affirmative. We feel confident that the future will bring success to Wilt!!-J,7 'i nw Rose. 5833 ig 'g5i,: ' . A? W t Comet Staff C45 Commercial Club C25 C35, S-ecrtary C45 txt? T 1, I Glee Club C15 C45 Dramatic Club, President C45 , ll ?i3,, , I Vw' Athletic Association, C35 C45 Class Treasurer C45 E245 l Class Basketball C45 Blue and White Standard Staff C45 X Cy Debating Club, Varsity Team C45 yu 43 '-My All Ttygl qi, 1 me WQQD, if fi" RITWD, ' ' er XX ziirfgl, 1' ffl l-4 'fefirf ,I f ' fef'?m.i, ,Z---ef 44lLLLf" 'elm erfe wisest: , A H .5 A. 2 P- if 'A--ef! 1 e ae' r ,No -3 C X Xu! In in ki 5 Ll,:e3r:i,.W!1 , 41 n---.y V I if I' Q: ' -245,3 W the 4-fall M as Wise gg, c - Yl24J I ... 7,,.L.,i-.M M M ,,,...,, l,Fl..,., . I Ffa.-:Ii - U.- ---f-'Q ' g,.,::,1,--V1 -A-P, z , F--N. 'M nf-stff' A.-Jil A F-,M,w,,,,:.1 ffl, gg-1-1-:lvmyx 7,5 lf.-V l W AY fe lp,-'c. ,Y l' ' PQ' ' ' A 5 '14-' 'Y X-..:"-,""m? , - ..- ,..,, ,I -g,g,.W.f 1 I V347 - .,,, ..,,- ,,... ...,,l-,,-.. .... . 3 ., ., . Hin if" .if --Tw.,i. ...... B ,,,,Y,,.. A.. -,HY ,, N., f A ,... I iii. 3 .,.. ' fav" ,, S 1 V ' l 1 H . rf H ,Q-Q . W ..- , Y I ewgc-5 s P "5-,,Q4f,':'i if nl 1 ' , r "TS .q"! r W jg? l '..,l5f2Q'7!e2 it , ' 577 515 f P X' .Djgi Q1 .. -..f-.... , ,,,.....,,,, ,,,, H . ,. :fri 31 ' ' ""T..':,5 V V K 1 f?- l :ffl i i li 5553! E' TT Ugg gf 1 l it 5 5. , ' ' li? fig .N 3-5 Ili? :- '31, 1 Egg Mixes, ! fi, lj? l 1 ir e ffl L I9 'Wx if ya. N WS 3 11 X, x' frgkxfxl' Vqiofxif. Q l kf2I3QfZ.?gg?i ' U , fl, FE ilrigyl ,,iLVL.Axg,, r.f'Pij2i lf xx fi K N fi 532254 f f 4' 'X ,Wil-1'1f X- Q fr' Ellf jf Pafrfgils - ,1f!,,?::.. ig P 'Liu' 'Ea f ERIKA MARX -l "Erika" Erika is one of those few people who has always a smile and cheery greeting for everyone. Every project that is assigned to her, she tackles with great fervor and always makes it a success. She is quite witty and appreciates a good joke. In mission work, we feel sure that success awaits her. Class President C13 Comet Staif Q43 Class Basketball KD C23 C43 Basketball C23 Q33 Paper Staff C39 Editor C49 Hockey, Captain f4J Student Council CD, Secretary and Treasurer C43 HOWARD GETZ ---- "Bobby" i'Bobby" is one of our sportive type of fellows. There is certain to be a sparkling good time Wherever "Bobby" is to be found. Besides his cheery smile and gay humor, he has shown considerable business ability in helping to finance "The Comet." Fortune will be certain to smile on this lively chap. Com-et Staff C45 Class Vice President Q43 Blue and White Standard Staff C39 Glee Club CD C23 C89 Q49 Operetta C29 Science Club Q39 Baseball C33 Student Council, Vice President Q45 ESTHER MILLHOUSE -1- "Polly" If you hear a merry ripple of laughter and then see someone gracefully tripping along, you may know for a certainty that it is Esther. She has a Way all her own and thatis why we like her. If "Polly" becomes interested in anything she lends all her efforts to help make it a- successg and she does it cheerfully. May the sun ever shine on your path, Esther! Secretary C39 Editor of Paper C33 Editor of Comet 143 Senior Play C49 News Editor C33 Glee Club C13 C35 Q45 pi .Tal , , A 4' . ,4,,-3.1, "' - I t:-.1 1, , I" 1, . .-. ', I l' if ,Hi :V , x fill ff-' X ,M ,ff,,fff".F,., A Win, V ,f . - 3,111 , - ff a ,f'mc"f , . X M. ,Y . dx 5, Liar,--I K: ,....iV,.--.... - I ,Leu J. l25l I i l 3 X ,- W ' f-"nf: ff' "fx ' f W A YlXGii'?i-lf-Y?-- ,Ai ,,...--a.-f MQ, 4- H P7 e ,.. ij1'i?ii'ii.- l"'77J e X214 " . 4 C io,-F 4flil-e.Jf-V- -Ji 4 so f 'XS 4 - -N uv. 'EE ,IJ . L l 1:-lfiisf' 1111 , Ee AQAWIT' V " eh -i ff - - Y H ----'- L f 4 L - A ,. Tiff A .... L-e..3-- ff .ff C e - 33-4.44 'fee,f'k7C", . 5 ,,:ae.- me 1 as Tf?lfW'l'T ' 1.1 -. "lf,-" C if ., '5'i7i 5 ' .,....-x, -" -:gl 3" "' ' ,Q .---2 - ' s ,N -, ,-f-- ' . 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T-4 gm-7f'.f,fi.7f'51f1w 11171, we-L-.earn--321:-ee.-:Ja-:f1,,A.: gi, 5,1 MA- we gr! f V V L, lgyi z... 11.4.4Li-:B-...-.-A-1.ie:1:.g E-L-'J l A tl --i,.m-,--e- 7! M M115 ,W'finlLjf,jI,r.i,lf-,.'ri"iiF.f' !'w-:fZ 2T:x3ffl- ll .L f ' fnlilayg fT'3lif-dugg!7f!,'f7j2i Tz4f'x'3':-x5fjZL..L lT Ziiyiff . ff'7i'-T-:Tl-C ' is , .L i ef--' ' l - N, lf'f7f-of '-77"'?Tfill' fffrfcv " mx lwlf ' ' 55' "f D' ' Xsfgigf C , QQ ROY HAHN - "Hume" ,ff 3 4 ,V "Yes, curly hair and freckles do make a rather good combination " One Cl 3' XX e ls! 7W f 3 57,3 is 'j w U'li'Q we fi X Aim X f- X Q., 3' f ,J ,E . . 1 g s .5 1,1 , 'C l gl i Mix 4. 131. lee! zf' V ,af yi ,C 11 , kj a IZ! 4, 5. 5 . 1 :L C 7 M ilt 3 3' :lt ,- i A 4 IM' Nl fx :PHD 'nfl f557rfLXfi i-'-'C I 'fl D-Ui 1, 41323. if. f.l7,gieff.'iffff look at Roy will confirm this statement. Hunting and fishing are f'Ha3hnie,s" favorite pastimes. However, hard Work does not disagree with him when there is a need for it. We feel certain that you will never be a discredit to your Alma Mater, Roy. Class Basketball C23 C33 C43 Science Club C33 C43 . Dramatic Club C43 ' VIRGINIA PLOTTS "Girmy,' "Ginny" has a rather quiet disposition. The opposite sex does not trouble hor very muchg yet she has a smile for all of them. Virginia works hard in school and at home. She sacrifices many social affairsg but she reaps her reward in good marks. Remember, "Ginny,'i i'Work in youth is repose in ageln Latin Club C33 C43 Comet Staff C43 Student Librarian C43 Hockey Manager C43 Dramatic Club C33, Vice President C43 LESTER HARTMAN - - "Les" "Les" is an honest, earnest plodder. He has to work just twice as hard as anybody else to get the same results: but he never becomes discouraged. Without even being asked, Lester will always co-operate good naturedly and help to push a project to completion. As a pitcher, "Les" had that hefty swing necessary to a victorious teamg and he knew how to be a good sport. Keep straight on going "Les" and you're bound to win! Out-of-Town Association C33 C43 Baseball C13 C23 C33 C43 Football C33 Varsity C43 Science Club C33 C43 its : L .,f fQl,.11e F .i,g"L'Ti ,Ni 11.,5QiVCf .1-fl ri- ,A'4,A,1a3 J .iQf,2.l-fflj, Alff, :ii T :wi sf'- 4 rglpix. fx fel +52 All 2233221 'ef W ix i,, -Y -l xl-4 it . .5 l. l 4 rm ,.. A. up N452 ,es Lg 1. ,, , s .fr .xlfi ls 35l's-'xg C 1 .2 ,l,,. - ...lf aiifi 71 Q list' Q sit?- lij I7 i T L-.Wi Manager Class Basketball C43 French Club C43 Sec. and Treas. C43 l C f',7J Student Council C33 Assistant Secretary and Treasurer C33 K Mil? iff?- Lw, flfmftl ' Lilly. 135' I-at .U ii gre lfii' 1 flgj law :fi , l"'ig it gflt f V"'7 it 'srl , ir: SE, VJ l-sell 3 3 mi geek. 514' V :W i-P -ff 4, -H ' -be ff? C :sql M, if 'iliix X lJ.1.f44L!l,f. 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'C 1 24- ., R E I 1 'E 4 ' -, -..,.,, , . ' x ' . ' . lilfffli . . A 31 , QC l 3 , L . 4 w- . i I - ' r , f i . 5, ,L , 5 Ei 3 's E , S l a if 2' ' N-A-A' I , ' 'A f7'.'MAffff"'ff , ' if C' ' ' ' W ' ' ' W' M' ..,,.,-,- ,,.4,..-.. .,-. . . H-.- ..-. .. . , ,JL ,C 1 A...-.4-. ,QQ .f-., . .1 EDWIN HUIVIMEL il "Ed" "Edu is one of our hefty football players. He has helped to carry the team to Victory thru his powerful persistence. He has set his mind on being a machinist. The entire class wishes you success in this undertaking, "Edf' Glee Club C23 C33 Secretary C43 Concert C33 Operetta C43 Student Council C23 Varsity Football C43 Science Club C33 EVA REIMER, -if "Eva" Eva's ability to play the piano and organ, combined with her salesmanship, ought to bring her fortune as well as fame. She has greatly assisted in making our "Comet" av success. Loads of succ-ess to you, Eva! Blue and White Standard Sta-ff C43 A Dramatic Club C13 C23 C33 C43 Sec. C33 Class Secretary C43 Glee Club C13 C23 C33 C43 Senior Play C43 Orchestra C23 C33 C43 Hockey Squad C43 MARLEN KERN ------ "Kerny" Does Marlen like to argue? Ask the faculty? We, his classmates, are quite indebted to him for delaying many class r-ecitations by his dogmatic arguments. "Kernie" desires to be a Chemistg and if h-e continues to absorb text-books as he did his Chemistry book, he will 'become an authority. Good luck, Marlen! Glee Club C13 C23 Sec. C33 Pr-es. C43 Class President C33 Dramatic Club C23 Secretary C43 Operetta C23 C43 Student Council C33 Vice President C33 Band C43 H -asf N31 , U Concert C33 Athletic Council C43 Secretary C43 43 if Basketball Manager C43 Assistant C33 tl ff, 'L 'vii '71 ax. --1 f !-':' I at -gf-'Kgs-N--ff "ral C kfffii 5213, ' 4 I R-,-5 11-5-gskx "' if X"",l1-e4v-fif' ' 'QQLV wi .MQ ,M eb ILS, gf? ?,,,,,vf ,f ,,fVfUq,Ei.' 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Y-I 1Ifig...-g.:::..fL--fisi.: III X , Ag , If Pg - - -.YS -'mg f -:...l..--.as.,,".l,l'A .:,,i:x,--- .mx i,,f 1 . , ., - I j J., fc, - l-,1 Q - -y get I ff- J 5 I fi fr , A - f-- FI'-:?'iEf:'.,- .qw V fs2fr'Ef--'rd IQ' -I 2152515-f 1 f 7-Q,iilafgffj-fTS?I,33i5yy,'S..4SxLftaiQ:f,J,ya,4g,LyYf-1.4.1,'fx V .. 255-:A I 'IE nw- ff M3514 gf 1? ,, 1 IJM ,Exif f- 1 . HN IH:- f fx? Igjr EY' Kg. f XL DOROTHY RUBMGHT -l- "Dot" 5? 5 "Yaas'm, dat am de lass from de sunny south." Ever since she joined us in our Freshman year, she has been a friend to everyone. f'Dot" has shown her th fl Y , C453 L. A executive ability as president of Student Councilg and as a nurse, we wish her all ff J gf' V possible success. A . 3552 . ' 17 gf SJ , ff cfiee cmb cn 123 633 C43 operetta 423 can il KZ-R1 9 Class Treasurer C13, Vice Pres. C23 C33 Comet Staff f43 ' I 1' I Inj, I III .1 i 3, II ,4 Student Council, Secretary and Treasurer 423, President C33 Q43 MI, ,- ,fx Senior Play C43 I:j,?! 5 ref MIKE KISNER l- "MikeP' "2 "M 1 W I cf .v 5' X I It .-+I ff Li :rf ,V WK, , ,, Mike is John's twin brother. At least, they can usually be fo-und together. if FR Although Mike does not Voice his ideas, we are assured that he is aiming to do great 5 LQ"'NI' Qi' . fi. things. Underlying Mike's quiet nature, We ind a keen sense of humor. With these :SAN gf Q Q I characteristics, we are sure that fate cannot deny Mike good fortune. , ' I Commercial Club, Vice Pres.-Treas. C43 Class Baseball C23 Dfffrhu -V 962 Is fy xv I MARTHA SCHLEGEL -l- ffschleger' ' ' 'Q' si ' I ,DK 1 IIA Martha is a typical personification of a. book worm. Give her a. book and zgiggeg, Q Sf' you won't hear from her till she has turned the last page.. But when an aeroplane I HI III! 5-iff! Q my or zepp-elin comes sailing through the sky, Martha will gaze at it with earnest awe. gg ".e .EQ E She already has mastered the different parts of the flying machineg and in her HTFLX .--'-'IW zealous way, we know she will someday attain her ambition. IQ Qf- Xggf if-, Class Basketball cn C23 C43 Glee Club 413 C23 L ,..,f.jjQQ3aI Cantata Q13 , operetta. 623 It Iggt Q,95,g.,, pw-y 1121 ? Vic-e President of Class 133 French Club 643 N M33 5.533 - I Comet Staff C43 Hockey C43 ilsjjll. gigti I... '33 II' , v 35' TW .ff if-all .yt it .-til Q1 chu I it A lllfguufw 'N?wHZfI f" Z' f X X 23?'V:"1"- xY.,f"ei-1 ??"1TZff.fI'7? A K 'L-L . 'KLIV-53l"3f1'? A 'rf' we -'--'ss -- ty ,Sv avfwwxnh.-.s..fe Q X . ?, Q ff? 4243 g?f15..5J,L,g I f7?17ff.t'L 5 " nf-f4?5ff Q 44' f Perf akiz fl 41 ite! IQ' Y Mau'-1 X New nu ,,,. .. f-.kffzzgf .VQQQQKW ft 1 iff' it i,., ' 4g193'1,.ivEr' " rzai S N 'f ,...,..., H 4,B D-. ....... -,..-------rv' ,..,-f-wa, ----M V A .- ,f--"'i- 1 To 'N'--4. fi' . -in .. 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"Peg, is interested in Belfast. Ask her for further particulars. Wherever your field of Work may be, Margaret, we are sure you will ' find success. Operetta C29 C49 Vice President of Class C29 2nd Alumni Oratorical Prize C39 C49 Senior Play C49 French Club, Sec. and Treas. C49 Comet Staff C49 Class Basketball C19 C29 C49 Glee Club C19 C29 C39 C49 Debating Club, 2nd team C29, Varsity C39 C49 ALBERT KNAUSS "Cap" When "Cap'i has taken a stand concerning a certain question, it is diiiicult to change his point of vi-ew. 'CCap" is interested in becoming an electrical engineer, and his interest in mathematical and chemical subjects gives us a fair indication that he will make good. Comet Staff C49 Football C29 C39 C49 Science Club C39 Basketball C39 C49 Senior Play C49 French Club, President C49 . Class Assistant Secretary-Treasurer C29 LENA SOTTALANO ---- "Lena" If we did not se-e her, we would never know Lena was around. This year she took up debating and was on the winning team. That speaks well of her ability! We hope she will have as much success in her business car-eer as she does in keeping her curls. ' Dramatic Club C39 C49 Class Basketball C49 Debating Club, Varsity C49 Glee Club C19 Athletic Association C39 Com'l Club C29 C39, Pr-es.-Report-er C49 "'4ii?rQ gil l-- C il is My if 34-.Hg f p Q ..-. "1if.Q 'FW ,af--'----A ' ' 'C C ff:-.-.-f -1. f fa., , - ., lg A ' f'yr"M'fV,f'f' .. - l 'riff-1 f"'d'f I 'ff' f,,.C7'f.., it .2544 1 , , xl, Lfxw- 1 " A if ,4g1fw'.:s-iQj15ff 5 gli VX' ', 'A ,...k....-..-aa . un..- ELlf82l,..7Igi'.FQf:5LIx Q., 1 . . - . E291 ,. 5'-rg f it b Q'?f?1 '-'K - W - - fa .. f B-A A -ie .-. - 'E'Ea--- --Ili 'fl A-0" . Ai ' - ' X.. H llkl N 115: 'I 1 fd P - .-f-f-. P l ff: . X -- P r S i '31 J ffrf C3 Y ' Y ig -U f "" --1 ff, -f ' ' W " f if L Y' ff Q I -xg., . f -. K, .i . . . , i 4 f Lrg 1 2 Liga I jx 7,5653 - fel' - --Q, - ,Ax A- : . .aoffii V" .- fLf7fif52ilis if i .-a,,ZL Jgi -N E: -- - z.T..j' .3 -L, -. 154' A .Qs S iq i l 3 'E Milt -A ""' E bi --- :Q A . flax, 9:1 -. - mi I 1- E - .7 UV! Q ' 'Q ,. '- me 5 fi 5 T' L1 . fir' l -- . . W' tri pf .9 . J - ,E , g ::. L " gg ' It ' azfillfif--as -eeffie -- 4. Q EE! 23 -5 ---ei-i""'ffgTXl P155 3 i :pl - A -,gg 3, t 4 A-get ,c -,aa . .ef - 'S he - . .' Q ETfZf":' ' f X .! ' li' "fwfr, "-l-l f- 'f 1,4 6: , .WP 3 l':'QA,,e,, I iff f , 15 ., - p 51527 rdf, gf,af7,f2e,qf'2fl,17fi,a5ii,5?,., .G --R . 1 . E Lia-.- ei ---f. ,. - g wa .A . ' V- 'tl : - J . K-5 sg 2 l - ease 2 . I ' '01 N 7 , ' 9 I , X , 1' g' w f Q i , i s 35? - , Q JOHN KULLER l- "Johan ff' -- ' jg 3 John is quite a ladies' man and his field of conquest extends farther than E - 1 .7 Q, Nazareth. John is also quite a distinguished dancer, probably due to much practice. is C, 5 : 'K' N However, while in school, he forgets the gay side of life and takes the job of getting . f 3 :ff CNN , an egucationseriously. May Lady Luck smile uponlyou, Johnl N . - Q I . A ommercial Club, Vice President C43 Athletic Association C13 C23 C33 C43 v 1. 3 A R " Genera-1 Science Prize C13 Assistant School Treasurer C33 In 4 X 1 I ff 1 Assistant Business Manager of Blue and White Standard C43 G A I Q S , f 1A Q ' ' , , VICTORIA STANNARD --l- "Vic" .5 3 , 55 Q ' "View was very much appreciated as our basketball .manager during the past 5 I T gg P M season. She is always Willing to help. We wonder Why f'V1c" has such a hard time 3 .Ig ' U 3 X l to keep her curly locks in. place. H-ere's to your success, "Viral" , 2 il , l 4 Hockey C23 C49 Glee Club C13 C23 X 5 ' 1' Class Treas. C33, Asst. Sec.-Treas. C23 Athletic Council C43 7 x 4 Q Basketball cm can, Class 425 C43 Baeketba.11 Manager 141, Asst. C33 j , 24 , 7 WALTER PETERS -11 "Walt" if ' "HE xv" "Wa-lt" is a studious lad who hails from the metropolis of Belfast. Walter ' K gi 5, " 55' is a great worker, co-operating in every school project undertaken. As captain oi .ggi , -F ' ' QW I the football t-eam and our varsity catcher, who has two pegs, one on second base and if "Q .sw Phill t one on, Belvidere Street, he has become .quite an athlete. with nie oratorica-1 ability, f 1 G ig. A, We are Sure XizagfsgcWXssggiaat?oi'iSSl??'1res?dgnii iiaglngligg lgxsident C33 f Q, N . E T' ji iig' ' Student Council, President C43 Assistant Secretary-Treasurer C23 3 QV 'LJ flak Debating Club C23 President C33 C43 Baseball C23 C33 C43 Substitute C13 Alumni Debating Prize C33 C43 Debating Team C23 Captain C33 C43 WF, -'fgg Football C23 C33 Captain C43 European History Prize C23 ix 1" gag,- L-qifjija i-Edt Class President C43 Vice President C23 American History Prize C33 " Q lei 5 -gg- .gul 21 5 ii H: ez- 5347! f 2 XX ' .5 r X f ' I fifiia " , s Ca ff 7 ff ghwfif ff Ii, N XM NLM I-I H Xi: x I 0 M Jaw a gg" M mv xxx!! XMXQQSS' KL-"43i"f.E.i.u4i,Q -4 f M 1015-rglnfq "' qw .1 i301 4 CHARLES SHAFER ii- "Tommy" "Tommy" is quite a lover of the great outdoors, as revealed by his interests. He is a quiet type of person who would rather enjoy someone elsels joke than his own. However, he can assure one a good time, if given the chance. When Charles so desires, h-e can also be a good stud-ent. May Good Fortune attend you, Charles! Student Council C15 Science Club C35 C45 Asst. Secretary and Treas. of Class C35 Dramatic Club C45 MARIE YOUNG ------ "Billie" "Billie" is always humming the latest jazz songs and telling us about her latest escapade. She's always merry and seldom depressed, a quality which endears her to her fellow classmates.. "Billie" desires to be a nurse and the entire class wishes her success in this new escapade-as she terms it. Dramatic Club C25 Class Hockey C25 Glee Clubg Cantata C15, Operetta C25, Cantata C35 KENNETH SHANKWEILER l--- "Kenny" "The bigger they are, the harder they fall." This is Kenny's motto. You have to hand it to "Kenny, for being 'tsmall but mighty." A keen sense of humor is also one of "Kenny's" possessions and it is sure to please. His interests in the fair sex are very unstable, always shifting from one to the other. "Kenny,' is also a good student and may be depended upon to glorify this Class of 1932. Science Club C35 Vice President C45 Dramatic Club C45 Paper Staff C45 V A f!,-,, ,7,, I W M I 31 Il I 'wi Af - .. 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A-5 ln. f- - -.L r . dial Fl 5' MA - . ..i lifq 125,359 A , ' 3 Q gc A ' 'Q f ff eff-N f 4. .2 ,- -rslsiaf - . - 2 X l xl if 1 rj: is x,QfjJ, igx 77515 X f -ff i t ' Q ,s l DUAINE SHIFFERT --- ffshmv K iff X53 at S ffeainiess Dentist" will be th- 1 if h '1 - A " 'Wi ,f , H , ,H . e sgn W ic wil hang in the future from 1 if 'im Shiffs door. lt is a known fact about high school, that he is able to extract 5 Q 59 'f' ifgiigfgtggog hlli viC?ms Ddairgessly. Besides this personal characteristic, he has 1-. 2 1 s s are owar r' ' th ' ' f' - 1 L st Nl The Class Wishes him much siccelgglng a emo Vlctoues to Nazareth High School' it C Z 1 1 fl S3323 E23 Zimetlstt it af .Q 3,1 1 ee u , Operetta Q23 fs, 1 Q "Egg l Student Councilg Assistant Secretary and Treasure Q33 ' K . f fm gl F g 0 Football Q13 C23 C33, Varsity 443 T V1 " j 5 3 C, Q , BPISK-Sjtballi Class C13 423, Substitute Q13 623 C33 F? jx' l! I My Vice President Athletic Association C43 .3 A v 'l 1 , - ' .I GEORGE SHUPP -ll "Ge0rge" H FF 223 235 George has big ideas but is not always presenting them for public criticism, sl Il -' as do adV91't1Se1'S- He is 3 quiet, studious boy who always attends to his own business. , tg, if When some proJect needs a boost, George may be depended upon to help. With such Z 3' Skeet' persgvfgatncecankd Georgg We are sure you will succeed. . Wzeiait fill C n e u rama ic Club 643 Class Basketball Q43 , "-i y i' i, fi HAROLD SNYDER -l- ffsnyderv Q . . Iilarold has shown us' that he has remarkable dramatic ability by E Mn participating in various plays during the year. He is usually distinguished from the Qi! 312- X ggggm 2 itmxil rest of the students by his sensational entrances into class rooms and his humorous Wi QFMM ang, remarks. Although Haroldis. our Senior "cut-up," he has his serious moments as Til VFP' fliigllf g-ijligx, rl Qs, can be seen by his scholastic interests and musical accomplishments. .Fil lla 'iligvll g,3,l',gsgf-31,4 Dramatic ciub 113 c23 can C43 Giee Club c23 C33 443 4 :25f'j5,'t1 Concert L33 Operetta Q45 ,gi tim lqxi .Jing Band C33 C43 U Orchestra 433 C43 ' WW fglili -Fg.i.f,,a Current Events Prize C13 Blue and White Standard Staff 433 te E 'A.' ll ' --A .. e- A aff" -lift v,.l5'l 'at - W, 'xii M jd l..w el - -. , XA.. 'ff . 3. s. 3 f f Ndgfx fa. milf W , ,,,,, X K t 1 V U-L Kklfwx Xxxxxxmw ur!-ilujxc N-4, 3 fy ll al!! W lm F321 .- i...,... ... r 4 o---V---.gioaf-e . 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A .... ..., Y,...- -A---X ,-' A f ...,... . -.-.W.......1........., , . ,rj K. -.., ... w, .-f-- fvfv- ------A-f-'-4,...,..-,-...,-,.-..' , .. ... ,. .,.e,.-.....f VV.V..,. .l..,.N-- ,--.,-l... , V Y . , , .. ,ml gf---1. l ,i fx' . . g.w ,K xx-4 ,. .-..,,,.....-.. .....,...,. . . . . K l ffii T211-H'-'Ai-vnu.. gf' "'.na4f:.w 1' f' X -as HAROLD STOUT -l "Stoutie" Harold is our classical man. His oratorical and literary ability has been developed thru active participation in scholastic activities. One of his favorite diversions is to direct the Hbull sessionl' at SWave1ey's. "Stoutiel' is a good pal and a friend to everybody. With these favorable Current Events Prize C13 Class Treasurer C13 President C23 Class Basketball C23 C43 Comet Staff C43 National Forensic League C33 C43 TRUMAN WORMAN traits, he Will certainly be successful. European History Prize C23 Student Council C23 Blue and White Standard Staff C33 C43 Athletic Council, Treasurer C43 Debating Club C23 C43 "Fats" Truman is quite generally referred to as "Fats" because of his rather generous build. Here, there and everywhere one may find Truman, happy and gay. The romantic side of Truman's character is also quite pronounced, although rather concealed. In his Woodwork, Truman has proved to be a hard Worker. May you build for you a bright future, Truman! French Club C43 Science Club C33 ABRAM YEAKEL -l--- "Abe" X "Abe" has certain standards which he strives to live up to. He is a cl-ear ,W we X thinker and an able leader which are needful characteristics of a good lawyer. In Wfliiifi 5 'F his first three years of high school, "Abe'l steered clear of the ladiesg but in his last ., ,,.. . A , Q? Sf. year, he has succumbed to a fair damsel of the SEIIIOI' Class. For further information Egixgf i ask "Abe" Baseball C23 C33 C43 Substitute C13 Basketball C23 C33 Captain C43 Football C23 C33 C43 Class President C13 Vice President C43 Student Council C13 Orchestra C33 C43 j Hi" French Club C43 Latin Club C23 E,'gf.i'i if Comet Staff C43 Senior Play C43 1-,giiwn 1, Fw ldxil -,N iii-yfkfr-.X J I K 9317451 A-A :fv.i.-Qi'i::E3 1 it V, I -MQW! Jfij rrgjlll, , '.?l:i.:lI .... -..Y ... V F 1 ,T W p X xqyug-1 A V 1-Li-Vg: P X MN I 1 i.-Sigma ,, - ri , K ,,,,,-,,,.. .fi my A . , LPLQEUA . giifl...-,.. --.i..if...f ,,,,,, a,.,. ,,,. ...im .....,.-....-..-w-....-ff..,. -- f-Y 4. . l33l - V Y j f- -i:. -f-. 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V 51.5 lj .--1.5.?EA'lgE 1 if 55 ln- 15: Mil , --r-- . 3' X X I 'Y 1 -.Dv ROY YOUNG ---l "SpuI1t', lb: Roy is another represenltative of the thriving community of Belfast, and is usually informing us concerning the good points of that little town. He has distinguished himself as a baseball player on our nine. A good sense of humor makes Roy a boom companion. May the Fa-tes never fail you, Roy. President of Class C33 Class Basketball Team C43 Baseball C43 Substitute L25 C33 Member of Student Council Q33 1-I--me 2 l i L-...--PM - Jn! .....- 4.1 5 l i rf' T'A"-'M' l ---ll -- -.. ll V - ff , 5 --- ,x .-4.-,tf2i I 3?53,.l. .... 1 U' QLLVH , Member of Science Club C37 -iq 31? : fiifk V' -egg ll Member of French Club C43 , fl, iii-V-,f fri: ,mt K r'-"CW 1 , ., f l i ' 5'-.1 ' 7 "Q 51 flfii if 3 ?--M------W fini, -f-Yee--me-'ee'--W--f-dei' ?.oTil'T ...?"'...E 2' - 'fflj i 5 V V M "'lV'n",i'7AM-T.wig-Aivijv--V.--k': 5, 'Q 'L ,......2-.-,....-...,-gg glgh-all if al ffl Q S7221 l. ef fe '1f?'!-5-732 232 V 'l : gi fjf-5113? if 5-5, iiijea so 'BT ff 1.L1.gfga 11.gf1Z2CiQ,.,-....QQ.f-.. W lffjjj E If-' if i Tag' m'M' ' "A-1.-97,2 iiif-fidffgil 'llfffj l f 'M f o ff ' I iv: ,Lil X' R' . ,f Fe 'Q f ' J 2 X ,. , , V 2:1 fxafg. if ,QI 51, ff, I -, ljf I.- 4 L, Qfzfry ,X - MF' W, ,, - .A-A--- W A,--...,---yy --F-1 A .. ,. 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F 'cu tw Q ' ' v Tff XXV' X Ti f :Z - l 4 'NL Q 'wifi 2141 mei A if Qlluaa Hrnphrrg Q ., .5 ef 'gf iw 1' C '- if , 5 -. - I . . Xe-1 ' 7 A QTlJe followmg letter is addressed to jolm Yeakel, Harvard f I University. It is sent by Fred Peters, who is a student I ' gh . F at Oxford. The two boys are boyhood friendsj 4 1 S 1 Oxford, England gt, ,Q I April 28, 2232 ' 'ei f' 55 Dear john, Z S in Do you remember my writing about that lead door-stop that my F 2 I 2 Qg roommate TOLIULI in our room when we arrived here? Its dimensions were Y? gb P ZZ, slightly larger than a brick's and it was roughly smelted together. lt looked iii f innocent enough in itself, yet we were always conscious of its existence. lt 55 had a most exasperating manner of getting into our way and of being f f mi everywhere except at the door. We often grappled sleepily under the bed 1 555' Q for a shoe and to our disgust laid hold of that lead door-stop. More than Q? once we mistook it for a certain law bookg and many a time, in the middle HQ of the night it would fall from somewhere with a most alarming noise. Of SP I Q S535 course there were times when we thought it was indispensable-when there 1 pg? was a nail to be hammered, when there was an insect to be killed, or when I I 3 gg Q there was a human "bug" who had to be chased from the room. but on ,ggi -I 4 the whole, it was far more of a nuisance than a help, so we decided to I I ' 'QC9 5 "chu.ck'I it! We had often tried to smuggle it into somebody else's roomg ' Zum '?,5 but it had an uncanny manner ol' reappearing, no matter how skillfully We AM, QF' planned its riddance. This we attributed to the initials W. I.. P. which were fgxnwli fx if smelted into the lead, the same initials were to be found carved in other A A FI " 2 places around our room. f l i dilg One day after it had fallen on my foot, I tugged it under my coat 1 ' I A and resolved to walk to the Thames and hurl it in the river's depths. As I t I was desirous of hastily delivering my burden, I ran down the back stairs, 1. Q t I .f , 'hips I 'mf ITA Q S 2 jfs stumbled over somebody's suitcase and flew pell mell into the arms of the . " Dean. In my embarrassment I forgot about the door-stop and with a thud 6 .. I Q- . it fell to the floor. I immediately proceeded truthfully to confess the .Q elvis whole history of the door-stop, thinking that the only means by which I vita' " TQ, - ,. f 5, could gain the sympathy of the dean. After my somewhat pitifully E ,K 'fig exaggerated narration, he smiled, told me to pick up the door-stop and 5 ,ff replace it in my room where it had been for centuries. I gg i ' if Yesterday as I sat at m desk thinkin of m' forefathers, all of 99 5 X II . , g A Y g y . .., Q 1, . E., at e whom had studied and practised law, my eyes fell on the door-stop, and e fi 5 . it -Q J they rested on the initials W. L. P. Why! Those were the very initials gm el 5' of my great-great grandfather, Walter LeRoy Peters. I examined the 'II if '-'r '. - 5 2 .2 ' fx IK ,'.- ex' . ,. mmm- T WH .. 4: '29 .. 'I 'mi' ,,,.a,,, . f E , . he We 'up I". Zgg fffgg ., .t..,4T-g ,.ai,gs?fAw-'iica igzi-g. fi .f : ,ff " '5i:.'j"'j, '- L I 'V 1141: ' :1 , XL ! A ,Y .X -1-......nlm... .....' .mu llllhllll jijfjfql ' f' ' s 'Ulf f ., I it 'U ' ui 1523 H21 b5ln T361 5? 'M i e - ze- fa 3 he UIIIB1 49 'Mi lf was 322, ' E., , W M? fill Q omg af- 4 .s x Y l t. ZX ': L. L- is Q EW 5 J t 1 S53 it N door-stop thoroughly and before the day was over I had carefully melted the one end of it and thus found a diary which Walter Peters or one of his friends had evidently enclosed in there. l absorbed the whole diary and found it yerx interesting. l am sending you a brief biography of the classmates of my great-great grandfather and of yours who was Abram Yeakel. l guess l neednt tell you of the famous Yeakel and Son, Attorneys at Law, who had more successful suits than any other standing firm. Walter Peters was elected judge in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. William Abel had been employed in the United States Air Mail service, on a route from New York to Chicagog but after his marriage he il -,. . .r. ii i C-11 T T t . 56, g 11?-if .P 'f.f?"P' f, lj' . 9 Bl' 'vs , 'lm fi, 'klxgf-9 3 P4r,f r . s- 4 I,rL., n .4 1 P :Hx N 'ot Q Ll' l"f ' ' 1 1- 'Lif ' I :J if " 9. , .,, 2 j . f S. . 1 J .2 ' V' .Q . - ' 12' .-. . . . . - fer- ' 1 2 ef t Q. af f ,gf 1 r ' I ' - " I 1 A inf. i ws f ws, ,eff J rj 'I , . 7 . , ,, xv ' . ,f Ia v.-1 - X -I A 42.111 I . ' fa 25' u--ff ' ' 1 x -17-N -u,t...,ku-L Mig?-x,j.,'1 EZ: - 1 Hx , 1 L A V Y 5 wa I Y C C L f ' 23, ' 5 f 3 5. r L , L , , K -' X ij . 1 f N ' n f TW f ' 'L I wig X X 1 ' devoted himself to auto mechanics. On a trip to Yellowstone National Park, Walter Peters met john Allen who was assistant to the chief eforester in the jefferson National Forest in Montana. Nazareth was quite proud to claim Kenneth Altemose, who was a baseball star in the Athletics of Philadelphia. The only time that Elizabeth Koch had peace of mind was when Kenny came home for a few months during the winter to recuperate. f'Reds" was private secretary to the President of the Nazareth Cement Company. A The students of Nazareth High School were still enjoying the lyceum programsg the most entertaining one in IQS2 was by the Snyder Comedians including Margaret Seyfried, Howard Getz, Arlene Fehnel and Harold z 1 1 ','+ . .5 ,W .' i.7Lf vi' . - -N, re Tix A Y . :aff Snyder. Their performances were strikingly original and humorousg they N- if . . If A gs? Q had toured in nearly all the states and were planning to go to Canada. 2 J ' , Grace Breinig was living in New York as a designer of window displays NCQ: ev ' - ."x.af 23 . Q for Tiffany. 'gm A After many years of training, Dorothy Deichman received her Doctor's ' W jf? gg . Degree in the famous Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota. In her private ij Kg, Q , . . . . . . f 31' 4- Q-' ' yi laboratories she discovered a cure for cancer. The discovery of this medicine .fy sf-A-filT,r . . . . , , xf'-'-Ifjg 'x . enabled her to give large amounts ol money for charity. jg ,,,f,'i-,,,Aa.-.5.,g i 4 i ' V I l A ,jj FH -.wav VM jig john Gardner and Truman Worman were engineers of television for I AS I - ' - - - - Z, :ff f- g'5:5':.g WIP. Gimbel Brothers, Philadelphia. john became chief transmitting i iff.: engineer and Truman was safe-photo-engineer. PQTC3 In H ., , g. -. " fl"'i-"' 11 za ' ' - f - 1 " If 'f '. 1' " 'Mag Latest styles was the Slf7T'l that hung in front of Victoria Stannard s l W 's A H191 . C O . 4 new .til A c Qggi house, she was married a few years after she graduated from high school Y ffjj '51 -Q9 Q ig and then helped her progeny in their school work. J of aio ' . . , . . . A, . -- -N 'li ,.,k9Pj--1z',5,2'- ' X T ,I Duaine Shiffert was Nazareth s leading dentist, his motto was painless Wg f I . . , . . i ' . extraction' and that was the drawing card for many patients. jliflwgtgjj r., . ,. ,,. ' . rg . 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I 24' l l To the juniors we leave the inspiring task of editing next yearls 'lCo1v1ET". ll To the Sophomores we bequeath our earnest etlorts in trying to become one harmonious family. May you carry on where we stopped. lll To the entire school we give our out any project which the school IV To the following individuals, we characteristics without which the loyalty and persistance in carrying designates, will distribute some of the Senior High School could not exist: 1. William Abel's quietness will suttice. 2. john Allenls voice to Minerva Ottinger. to Margaret Saeger. We hope this 3. Kenneth Altemose's dark glasses to Grattison Quinter. 4. Edgar Babp's height to Franklin Rubright. . Nelson Bramer's laugh to josephine Bender. . Grace Breinigls ability to draw to Orthia Heyer. 7. Dorothy Deichman's industry to Harry Enders. 8. Arlene Fehnel's privilege to talk without' being detained school to john Young. 9. Charles Freemans curly hair to Elma Hordendorf. IO. john Cvardner's ambition to Richard Neel. II. Howard C1etz's way with women to Harold Remaly. 12. Roy Hahn's Ford to all out of town students. 13. Lester I-lartman's slow pronounciation to Dorothy Koch. 14. Edwin Hummel's huskiness to Dick Michael. Coupled with Dickjs righting spirit, Wilson should be easily defeated next year. 15. Marlen Kern's scientinc ability to Charles Eilenberger. 5 6 after jig. 1 - T1 Pl , V li .tv i ' Y fur?" l 5 J Wil ' as 11,0 I f1.j,1.y'tQ1 if ti'i A 'idx L, , .E N it X. 1 1 3,-:."'fx fgpfsy, 'l" 't q,w.fA'7 if - TC?-551 ,jt1,,,fg.5::,Q:L f pl. K ...A ll' if f4affff51...i--. tail lj ,f esta' 2igQii1.j, 3 iz. fy '7lPrl5.iD" gauge flfffezfff 1 'V Eff' 7 l X 1 -if . it 1,-rj , . .. 1 - 1 .'1 ag ,Nw-Ve fa . if f'!1'1il Cl. 1 lift f j 16. Mike Kisneffs driving ability tg Conrad Tripp. This should Msg 'Y X" win you a11 amateur race title, Conrad. jlrltwfjjfbl ffj '-f 17. Albert Knauss's vocabulary to Paul Miller. ,ifEj,Vf'1 , ,N it , ' L , ,rv 5 21. - -: B 18. Elizabeth Kochs bright locks to Paul Peters. May this put! filg 15.31312 ,' j. 5 5154 . some light on the subject. . A Vl. 42 .1 Q . . . , ,sf 5 QL: . ,- fr -,-.ttu-1 if 1 23? .L L if ,ar J Ti ., .K ,Q D ' V if-1-iz: 1, f ' if ., ,.:" ' J ,- f'7f55fl Q 3:- V ' if fftlfyw I . ' '53W- 1 - ,. 2. 11 N32 1 E g5f:'f"j5 "'6""iF5 '- , ' .3 ' ,W "".-1, , " ..fv Qi? ' 4, P- A 1 j'Z,ri1f17Q ' Y Y' jiuqaak A E .. ff ........., nm... .Mfr-f1111,iIlI Kd, mn 1 A ' 1- F :X-5,2 i"l l " .Y D371 'Srl JD imq - W 'gr 'W' 'lm ' F345 .. .4 fob- Ahsfndi? Q-9 asf he UIIIBI gt 'i--6.4 3 54. 51- 41179. I I f ': fi' 5 NE -- f K ,s., f .Amss -...1 1 . PW ,. M - Z Le W 7853 vff Eg- 19. Victoria Koch's cheerfulness to Romaine Ruhf. 35 22, 20. john Kuller's romantic tendencies to Sterling Fuls. I 21. Helen Lut'z's inobtrusiveness to Raymond Uhler. 9 .af Q, "' I 22. Marguerite Mabus's giggles to Helena Chapman. ' 23. Rose Mahorsky's secretarial ability to Anna Engle. t Ak 24. Erika Marx's tresses to Betty Wunderly. just watch the 1 Q X 'R junior belle, boys! - 1 I 25. Esther Millhouse's heirloom to Mildred Lapp. Q 4 gg 26. Walter Peter's ability to argue to Kathryn Saylor. 27. Virginia Plotts's complexion to Miriam VanNatta. Q 1 444 sb 3, is f 9 M ' 'fs Z EP: .-.1 Q 1 28. Eva Reimer's musical talent to Naomi Herzing. 29. Dorothy Rubright's executive ability to the president of next year's Student Council. 3o. Martha Schlegel's smiles to all those who take their report 'Z F T. fffff F A L 72'-P ,gf E r I 1 f R 9 if rg ll 4 X 'fd 1 'SX cards too seriously. Q, ' 31. Margaret Seyfried's popularity to Althea liuech. it 'f Q 32. Charles Shafer's mathematical ability to julia Walters. May Q' . 9' .Y you follow in the footsteps of Einstein! 33. Kenneth Shankweiler's mischievous spirit to Freda Scheetz. 3134" 34. Duaine ShilTert's sense of humor to Ruth Hughes. as 3 35. George Shupp's low and sweet voice to Millicent Rader. gg, 5 36. Harold Snyder's monkey shines to Edward Sloyer. QTL. 37. Lena Sottolano's oratorical ability to George Wunderly. This 1,1-1-1 coupled with his own ability, should make him captain of aluiwrritwf next year's debating team. ikgb 't t A 5 38. Victoria Stannard's vanity to Verna Vogel. Wfxxas lj 39. Harold Stout's figure to Evelyn Christman. Take good care H3 of it, Evelyn! . 40. Truman Worman's plumpness to Maria Marx. ,N X. 41. Abram Yeakel's athletic ability to Nelson Alpaugh. a 42. Marie Youugis frailness to Barbara Troxell. 5 43. ROY Youngs loquaciousness to William Werkheiser. Lastly we bequeath to next year's Seniors all our success and more in whatever project they may undertake. Q E l l,fl'41 In Witness, Whereof, we the class of IQ32, have to this our last will if 1 i f and testament, hereto set our hand and seal, this twenty-second day of E 51 t N 1 4 june, Anno Domini, Nineteen Hundred Thirty-two. I Ba f rl' N 2 .- 1 Q 1 ATTESTS: VVALTER PETERS CSIGNEDD CLASS or 1932 B .2 HERBERT HAAS I, ' ff992?fL. FREDA S1-1EETz f i if .1 I fzwifjfgg.. S - . . 'X 3 N ET7 ' 'X' 'l - E-R1 'uf Z2 1, ' ' .4 f f f -fue: E' 3 U Us p m,m'Ms 5-3lg,ll"il E -. f- 'fs' . 1 ' i.atf:- A U ,440 - -'--1--- ..,......... . ...,,.,,, .... X x1l:1 E401 X U X ,,- y WH W 'J 3 v WU U Tlx 1 Z JJU5 W If fdI I kk KW ll xx f f,' I li I-' g N WWNMUI K l L - .X H Y W MW 5-.24 f N W , fr l- f X , l M wx + N W T f Hi W if M w f um. w M M L J IU M it 1599 1 H W f ' K al: I LW E M174 mm xg, ,H X Ry f ge' , ,PX v f wig-!5f::, 1' W 521 XM w Q 0.7! -f mfg .QQ M bfi ' f fi 152-4f3i"' 3515? "vang A LZ! 'W ' 71" V 1 . iw f ,J My ,-,L lm A -1 f if Q90 .5 3?3b-iff -"' Www 1 f 1h'l:'kf 3'3Z3'1'-'f. " wk f "'fb faiffffm' W' f'f ,M f -eiaisf W f f " Q1 Y .2551 6 vfffffu Z I ' , A, v if Q' 1 ' W 5321552 !' HQ?-J ' 9' ,ff L , gif W1 ' K -- - - im lg .5 Q 'gg lr QQ 'VM M - , nba my? I. .. m f. K QE K- H . Y 5 A 4 k A If Qkrfh lilfl j :Q- e q , - D B 4 5 K A 4.1, g g ' 'wxmxxxx X ""'1'yf0 m m ll 0? . A :rg I' I iff all , - ,N 4 ,M I 3 Q3 a 2' .. I X ge 1 AM.: J: r ' I? If fs. We fXi X dxk ,- ibm 7 ' Xt ' I Y? -2 ta 4 Xl , YR 4 xx 7 Q , H 1 f Q f - fm 5 N N 2 , in Lui lip, A sie I +A Dsglfaf W A Ii :Sf fi E' 5 I , Y K G v . .N fi sg 3 S AS' -' 'ga 652 z 1 H K v .H A' l m JUNIOR CLASS mm I: A W - ' ' 5 -1- J MU s is 5 Mumnr Qmfrrvm 51 fb 'C' -5 1 l C , President A 1 X' ' , Q' I HERBERT I-IAAS 3 Vice-President Secretary MARTHA SIMMONS VVIILLIAM STEIGERWALT ff f Treasurer I K' "Y, l KATHRYN NEUNER Asst. Secretary-Treasurer Historian A Ill! -F JOSEPH NAGY ANNA ENGLE 5 : 1 'A 45 , ' Q -' N wo - 4 33m Class Motto '. 3, Q A, 'Ll o 2 'z 'iv "Per Aspera ad Astray' Y E3 . To the Stars thru bolts and bars. i ZI VSI F-Hi 5, f bi Class Flower Class Colors I' ' ll J ' A 2 'Q L Red Rose Maroon and White ' V I? ag f A "I- f,,2 4' '-'- , iw' ,ws- g i:, 45? . -- 'U A 'XII ,W 22 ' III I3 Q5 5- R ' IW ,, ,g ,fsmmnfnk qfxig ,ff H S .Qg."5' 4 Hsu, 1 .44-'im .tw Q In JM, A 0 F . ' N-, :sz , 7' 5 , f 5- - mf V NNW III ll . v, sf . X xx YW !!! I6 A Aw' U """"--mlm-'-- - ---- ' -"""' mlullf, ,jill lil ' ., . . --,. xx fam 7 1 I 4,10 " 5255? Hgijf' U? nmnlzgi i421 1 'W 1. QQ . av. - QWMSQV we ,www 1 A M A A if M S ' he QTIJIIIET d iffs a -1 we-.s.f24f-1, 'Www f It 'l 47 I , --H .Auf K XX 4.....,,,-it.: I 7.x -5 . ,.1,1 gn-,k1g' f1glg3.5fE2LgF'T! ' 3 ,gg U "' W he alt 4X A 3 Q1 Y 1 f X it s -1 - I inf' 221 ui' nga: E 55' I 'E 6 A 29' iv? 9 I fduninr Qllaaa Eiatnrg .. Q - NOTHER year has passed and 1933 looms in the distance as the final step in the ladder of our school life. As we look back over 1932, we remember that soon after the term had started our attention was turned to the selection of a class ring and pin. Representatives from many companies presented attractive samples for our approval. A nnal vote was taken, the rings ordered, and we received them a few weeks before Christmas. The outstanding social event of the year was the Prom held in honor of the Seniors. On the evening of April 15, 1932, me1nbers of both classes assembled in the gym which was gailv decorated in red and white streamers. Those who attended enjoyed themselves by dancing and playing games. r' CE . fr f fri? 142 D' 1 1 N. 13755611 9 1' fr fit- 1 vi npr? :r' ll I pa K Qi l 1 . f.1, ,E "y. 'j .. . if " r ' "'imml'l1i 1"' Q A The music was furnished by "Danny Dever's Orchestra." 4gi,i,FlL,9 1: QV I l I I U . T , , As in former vears, our classmates have art1c1 ated 1n the following Q We -- 2 1' ' ' D ?Csg,Af??'5 E af? school activities: hockey, football, basketball, and baseball. Likewise many it 'fm is - of our classmates hold membership in such clubs as Commercial, Latin, ,k ff M Mfr 1' 1 - . , . , , f f' tx 1-1-.3 . Dramatic, Boys and Girls Glee Cslubs and the Orchestra. ,f ff ' .31 s'n"if? s Q We wish luck to the Seniors who are leavin us this ear, and we :ig'fff"'fxN".?f , N 9 . l'val,v'f' ' I hope to carry on their work with equal success. -QQ.w,l7!t?53T4,.-ity .f'-1 f ,f1,: ' Q 5- A - . '..iiV?fW"'ii-, T3 . ANNA D. ENGLE, Historian -Y iff. iyiil ,, V151 1 T lt 1 fe-1 3' V ,i' 111- 5 lx :?w ffl ff Q A 3 Wig. 5 12' 1 new , :Q 1' . . 10 .1 , fQ3"1 Xu, ,jfa,,-if.. ll: P- ' ' -V 1 Yi 1 M fr -I ive. , , bl Y I A li' Ti li? f '3 f . fi ,ff , ' 2 ' 1 - X" - ,lf l r N fu. I If . 'gf 71. l ,571 is 1 61.1 ' f P: 1 K' 1 1 bp f- N 1 3 . .. 1? fi P . ' . . ' ' Tii5'vl'iPgi '1 .11-f 4 '7-A i. ff -91" T' lli"x"' . ' '02, 41-.-S12-1 . .5691 3 A ww? . iw: -:o11J'i.s f ' '1 as W' ' 1. -Q1 'ff 1. Y-5 Q- "'5:SAn'?w-is 'qviws A ,-01,1 ,fgiw ' A x. -tfge 'X 11, mi,-seggax A mu. mummy ...mms , . A rf-ll gill, I' .JI U. x Qfmt ' ,' 'ff' 111111sLlfff,,, 5169-Qlrf iff' "W , 1 1 1 A: 111. 'L "" 11' - - ,M , mf E431 YI 'rw lr Jn QM QM J i V V labs mUffQ A v W QQ WQEQM he nun? Q2 s ee m s? A l ll. nil.. U fi-in ' I Q L l gi yg. , 1.57 . , , - . ,, - , , e 54, A ll mm T If vuv 0 Q, xg . . i , . Q M. 4 3 - . Gllaza 1Knll i 5517 if L - C - MMV J N Z ALLEN, GRACE ....... "The girl with the voice." ZMN ALPAUGI-I, NELSON .... "Laugh and grow fat." F X X 1 ' ' JI F V 7 JI BARIE, BETTY ..,..... Honors come by diligence. if , ' X . . A' Y X BENIJER, JOSEPHINE. .. 'Innocence is bliss." Y -Q X BROSIUS, CARLYLE ,... 'Carlyle, where are your glasses?" Q X I . ' 1 fl S Q ECKERT, ELSIE ....... "If little acorns grow up, so will Elsie." R iff EILENBERGER, CHARLES .... "The righthanded Lefty Grove." an ENDERS, HARRY ....... 'Harry, the mouse killer." 525 55: ENGLE, ANNA .... 'The Sophomores .still have the best of her." Agn' EZ? as A - . ,, TI iii, E FREEMAN, SARA ..... Goldzlocks. W A FRITCHMAN, PEARL. . . "Chryslers come, Chryslers go, but Chevies go I 'ff 5' , forever." , ' G f . - GEORGE, CLIFFORD. . . "Balcony Special." 533' . . I Ik . I-IAAS, HERBERT ...... "Bright, but not shiny." gf Q5 i HAPPEL, MAYBELLE. .. NN. H. S. taxi, free ride home." 5 gg, A HEARN, ALBERTA .... "Slow to anger, but ready to please." - I as 06 HESS, WALLACE ..... "The C hevie is undoubtedly a good car." "NX ku 3 . , ,, 9:06 Uxuf ge HORDENDORF, ELMA. .. "Little but mighty. W" . ' A ., . . . . . ,, X W ,, 1 HUGHES, RUTH ..... A friend in need is a friend indeed. J' JOHNSON, HANNAH. .. "It is nice to be natural ' IT' If one is naturally nice." I' T if Ev X KAHLER, MILDRED .... "It's easier to go over her than around her." FQ is KAHLER, THELMA .... "What would I have done without a mouth?" ffm? KARCH, MARGARET .... "Rough and ready." If 555 5 KAVCAK, MICHAEL .... The great Mathematiczanf' f n. .. KELLER, VINCENT .... The heartbreakerf' 'S Wi KELLOW, HILDA Seniors preferred." 'Ib A EI "I KESSLER, STANLEY .... The Mayor of Kesslersvillef' in N . ' jf LAPP, MILDRED. .. "A jolly good girl to have around? f 3 Q 1 - I' "i' LAUIJIG, I-IEBER. .. "Will Rogers' rival." -I . 'gg LILY, VIRGINIA. . . "As merry as the day is long, I I T '-A gk' 7 MARX, MARIA .... Haste makes a fast stepper." ' ' f' A A Q2- T. fl? f 34.55, ' QR 'Q W 23? X 10535 - ' -SNS. igf"'fE2' 'gf' UK1 A, A A Q.. J 0 fkes ' R? I ' " e X' R ' XNI HE ' I Z ,U I- A A A QE III, , l x I 1 ' 4 xx I I9-J To ' . A 4' refill - - ,f .4Si..',' Q , I ,'-, 5 qs O V5 'V' 53110,-.,., mx ,EI I III., XIIIII f - gps, SAI l'if,in' I W-,, L,,,y,,..N,'ae.r,'lllL.f7lp 5 ,1,,f42EQ4Zs!.mW, u3 r 5 HMI ,aw if --uSgi?1gg64MlA5 9,4011 ' w:lfi Zgf Q If 1 , , 1I,, I nm: . ge A - II :ull 1 V, : , 'nw " ' , m'1A.II., """' - ,.QI:..Af"' xg 17 Im. it JBA , ' Q Kill! E441 SI' was-.Qggfwerer A iff iw, UE 11111151 3 at 'f' AME ,, , ,. y wr 3 Jai MASTER, VINCENT ........ It s all profit' IM ,A Q-l' 1 SEQ - MIKOLAJIZYR, SABINA. MILLER, PAUL ....... NIUSCHLITZ, MARTHA. . NAGY, JOSEPH .,.... rr I'm just a sunbeam, 'wherever I gof' 1. 'fPeck's Bad Boy." :I -- M V 3 'Silence is golden." A 'fi "I know my Algebra, and how!" , A ,I X U . PAQ: NEUNER, KATHRINE. .. A merry heart maketh a cheerful companion." - if OSVVALD, GEORGE ..,.. 'The modern historian." hung SIRI - mu - I. ,P OTTINGER, MINERVA. . . "Tranquillity plus-" f X PETERS, PAUL. .... Happy-go-lucky-Pete. Igfi' X kk PYSHER, XVALTER .... HGeorge Washington incarnatef' 5 QX RADER, MILLIGENT .... "Mischievous every minute of the day." ESP REIMERT, IWERVIN. . . "Why worry about tomorrow? To-day isn't over A f yet? " RICE, MILLARD. .. HI prefer Cherry Hillf B "'- X .I S A . ,. 1- "E, ESQ, Q RINKER, HAROLD. . . Chain store, for or against. "af ,, K . U .4-jgji 55 is RUHE, ROMAINE. . . ' Marconi-maybe? ? ia f' ' . ,, 'Ili' :E RULOFF, MAE ..... "A lnrch, a crack, and behold the Pontiac. I ,1 +55 ' ggi! ' SAYLOR, CATHERINE. . . 'Even though vanquished, she could argue still." f, f'-' . I. A . H Vw ggi- 2- SCHISLER, ALFRED .. He delivers the daily news. ' ff, vffif' ai 3 SHIERY, ALBERT ..... "1 got a drum from Santa Claus." klrjhfpggili - A S , - - U fli 'if :gg SCHULTZ, KATHERINE ...... She s a quiet, modest maid. Qgfuglx ar" I ' ' - :I L: ' A-"MX Q40 SIEGEL, LEAH ........ lhere s music in the air. Q ,- xl . 65: U I-Lx SHAFER, HILTON .......... 'fAbse-nt-minded professor." fi A' A A - ' TR Q SHANKNVEILER, VIRGINIA. .. Smiles so sunny, eyes so brown, I' A- Turn our hearts iust upside down." Q7 . gg SIEBLER, WILLIAM ..... "Bathing Beauty." ' ua I .5 W SIEGFRIED, CATHERINE ..... "lhe Belle rom Cherr ' Hillf, fm 6915 5 9 my KAYYI3 N' 'PA A , A , I, 3 Tc? W A ' SIMMONS, MARTHA. . . . You cant keep the Wolf from Martha s door. , SLOYER, MARGARET. .. "Silence is a gift." N I. , ,, 'ifF"j" Pf31l"f - STETTLER, W ILSON ..... How about those dues? I-IQH7 53' STEIGERVVALT, NVILLIAM "foe Penner the znclf' f:ff5i?ff'f"' 5 TRIPP, CONRAD ........ I wore grooves in Mauch Chunk Street. xwf,?i.ff , . A ' - A I, I" 3 . , Vx 5- Ig! TROXELL, BARBARA. .. Our bualcling Prima Donna. f pq IIII 5,5 V UHLER, CLAYTON .... "Studiously inclined." I fi UHLER, NELSON. .. 'II hail from Tatamyf' . 2 I, A f I, . I A 'A 'S-. ' ' 15752 L WEISS, ELWOOD ....... Becoming a Y pool shark. ,IGI If ' VVERKHEISER, WILLIAAI. A mail man in the making. I , I., . . ,, l I I If A , , YEAKEL, NELSON ......... Phat Green .Street attractzon. Z ,Q FQ 1 F f, ' . A , -ji A If 717346 . . 3 53 5 ' R! 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'4 1 A - QI ER' :Q-A - , JREF' - ' X Af Xl fllikgffiyytq' s M ,vVh,fj3,,f1Zx7,' is 3- XX . r: k , V. 1 X, ' A I , , , X K K , , .,. 4 .QqOv'-f.f'4"? gi' ' e XXX' .- 1 - ifaflqa HA x v ff 1 LX, , H1 , ' X SQ, A H ff 7 -s ' 313 is iq IX 5 N, Y 3 L YJ gil,-L, 25.93 32 2-swk' Q m up 'sux . m g X a' 'W ME L-A 3352 " ff . as .1 5 .-- 3 qv Qqhk N ssl fa J fa: s X 'ix ' ls , ,ff RX V Q a ii Six '17 si. ' .X X X , 'f' ,f Q s 1 X XY 4, rf' 'E 'Sul ii., 0 4 x. 2 fl L N :W T if .321 1 jx SOPHOMORE CLAS-S .. .,. ,, , Svnphnmnrv Q9i'firvrz Q 1, I J f f . 'f 4, nw, sv' ff x '44 5 X M.-f X V ff. A ,ww-.. . H gui.. ! . .2 ff. President FR EDA SH EETZ , r 1 EW? 2 felis .Y Q. ' vs! ' 2? A , -. xX-N. 'Q wwf' KX Q 4 L iff: W xx 5352 IQ f 1 if sk Q Q .X c , I ix fc rin , V A 'X If l 17 ,vm L 'JMX 1, Av I 'X Q P N 1? V Q NSR lsllg C All I 2 Q F 2 2 3 xjf 0 as s O Y xv Q . V 1' j xi tml? .lf EN I wig l l "sis 5 if y N I f JW V s aff! I 22: Q X 1 ' A fl' Wai fl lll 1 19 Y l Q W M All W aff ' f , f ice-President Secretary jI??fij EMILY STROUSE JOHN YOUNG f Y J' ff' - s 31,11 .4 . x . Asst. Secretary and Yreasmfef Hzstorzan 5.fA4gyf,ff,?2aw gfxl 5-sql. QRX -. .ggz,2g,1 MARGARET SAEGER MARY REPSHER Wag -3 mflaff? 's ff x , x. f ' Class Motto N gg "Let us be judged bv Our Deeds." s W2 .A f5f.f lxff--LX V X .xxf f , ,fjif '55 -31 , 'zlifp' " Nh' s35r5gAiy1..a'QX,g Class Flo-wer Class Color ,vgwifl 1 an V' ,- , . . gg, ,gf gf 5 -QQ? W hlte Rose Green and W hlfe Y5Hi-,g,f W f 2 T , My mi 'J 'my 1'easu1'e1 5.5 M152 f eff- Y A isa 'fa-fi f ' Q- sfo A,2'i'1551Qs2e,'1ii'- IKATHRYN I-IALDEMAN if cf iris,-.,'4, QAM., A71 --L A, 5 -7,2 'x'-fsffzdfs, yxxrga X 'jp-V Q, . elf f ififwill Q illdlfiliilxl 1' 0 ' ig" f 7 . , 4 rp 0 5 mmm.- if Sv 4? 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If , I , 1 . fag, 55 - , 'H Svnphnmnrv Gllaaa Qwtnrg , Lflfzaff 'SW l fl l x.,v:ypQ lsr. fe f ' X ,vs-wjf, 'X-, --- -1- ,kv f C il 'fc -x - .1 A- Q cgi.. Qi f.i'fM, siiiiff 'lf wifyrc-f,7 wwf ,1,s., ,- A sig? ., if ji" QQ .0125 k I 2 Qi 1 4 Y- .gc Q- Qin-.. 3562 T- e-if lgilds 45533 N September 2, 1931, eighty-six pupils returned to Nazareth High School I NN gf ' to continue their work. Qzjl 511 Gs, .. ,.,i , .A i 'fit ef ,gl ln due time our class was organized with Miss Marx as faculty 9. - advisor. f' l . liuygqjfkjx Many of our classmates participated inextracurricular activities, such Qvgiktji as Athletics, Glee Clubs, Debating, and the social functions of the school. fax ' Xi' ll us ..,, ' R On October 27, a Halloween Party was greatly enjoyed in the gym- Lan, nasium. With Bud Bramer s Orchestra as thc main feature the evening was N 'i spent in dancing and in playing games. l f - ua,-r' V Penants Hats Ties and Sweater cmblems in green and white were A purchased to distinguish us as the class of 34. J' in of IW.-XRY REPSHER, Historian is "'f e"' 'K .i :ni R fx X Q i f fr- x M a X x Cf ' X Zffx ' 5 I i I ,T Z ilu V il, Q t .L ,, +7 au E 8 .i 3 4 Y y . y L lg .1 A Y 1 L at 1: I Q 71 is ,Qfni L ' f N 5? lf' ' ,Nl 1 Aix V 4 a X, . Q X fi ' Kirk J l ' ,Q in, H,4'A V LT M pf lr ' 'X so p x A i. 1 1 s Q A fl rg, Q 5- M x ,f f N K F .1 A x M A A '3',,f" U ff, , ' ,S .MNT ,f-it lla: C7 if 'S if 4 Us ,gl X 4 2 .wfj Q S fmt 121 P jf c Kg fy 4 Q X H3 A -4 ' N 'ii 7 Q. 5, 'Q i - aff 2 ia it f I My Ayr' . I -l .f, H 4 L 1 , Lzwi. A. , lv' .W 3? QF? , ffaf lg 1 1 f, a .,e. We ' if' 13123 'Q gf . an' df 'sl l ' QS f ,Q in 1 .iflwg 444 w v A Ml V QV ' in I, . w I .. ,,..f , . 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E he Onmel . Id E . V f ' ' Kggvilx xx 'ue:f1'W0 g yy , X Eg ' nf wqffsi . In fax If IEC , 3444522 SQA' iff' ' 5 l7l'51QQff T Gi f-as-ic, eu, -21 asf. Qllawn illnll ... C .- 7 E x Lai mx 3 4 47 ' , , , , fo 35535 BARLIEB, IRENE... Her sunny disposition goes a long, long way f ZW? T d k' h ' d d " -A ,MQ owar s ma .ing er more frien s every ay. - 2 well - , , ,, ffl .A Xia BARRALL, SAMUEL .. Always talking when he shouldn t be. RAQEYA, 'W X BATH, HOMER . . . "Our future baseball star." 4 X BECK, WILLIAM .. "A true pal." he R- .. . ,, CO BOERSTLER, ANNA .. Happiness seems to be shared., l SR BOWERS, FORREST . . A'Blushing is a sign of virtue." X -. . . , f. 152, gpg XS, CARMEL, BEATRICE . Head coach at Nisky High' "' '42 fi :I - - - U 65255, ulfv 'gg CHAPMAN, HELENA . We wonder z her aws never et tired. auf ff ,, 3:2 CHRISTMAN, EVELYN butter-fingers. ' 'P N .. . ,, XR L- twggi Q CORREL, JOHN ..... just a quiet, shy young man. EQ, Q 5 D,ACHlLl.E, HERMAN "The Latin Shark." 5- - i nn!! DAVIDSON, LESTER .. "Another bashfulboyf' I- 4, DEICHMAN, JOHN .. A'His laugh should be patented." Aa DOYLE, BRUCE ..... lhere s romance in the air. " A EICHMAN MARGARET "Oh Gee"' A32 , EDELMAN, CLAIRE. .. "One o the Edleman twins." FW , ' T gg 4 I1 f VL ,V , If 1 n I Q A? ii, ,EQ ISDLEMAN, MILDRED. . 7ry.to keeplmerdown. D U agggm 'l ewkfggk ISU LS, STERLING .... . A big voice issuing from a little source. V -+I GARDNER, FREDERICK ..... "A studious lad???" - -fi gllw, QSEZAVTAZ GETTER, ELEANOR. . . 1'll charm the air to give a sound." x X HALDEMAN, KATHRYN ..... "She's not so quiet as she appears to be." '.f"1" : I , S 'ij' 55 HAHN, FLORENCE .... fAsk me-I knowl' - li 4 A - ,, f if I-IANGEN, ELIZABETH. Philadelphia bound. ! W ' HAPPEL, XVINIFRED. , She must have been cau ht in the rain, while - do - affc g A ff: - , the sun shone." 'li G Q1 igqfw HELLICK, ARLENE .... "Speed! Say, guy, watch my dust." 9 , " . Y-f71?,.f51f27 . ,, rv A HERZING, NAOMI. .. Her feet never behave when a tune is heard. HEYER, ORTHIA .... She knows the exact location of East Hill." 'ggcstffim gf Q ,ZXKIIYT I, . . U 1 HUGHES, EMILY .... As witty as she is gay. gf, QE W Ee 2' ,- HUGO, LILLIAN. . . Barbecues, her si ecialit JM E' 'Q iq-'iw ii I 1 - ,fi I :AW i 3 if 24.553-SHR? JURASITS, LOUIS .... lm always right. 9 I Xf aff . ,, fer 22.2 gijjlx KUECH, ALTHEA. . . She loves the Sunny South. ' . f .. . , vi - ,T KIDD, TRUMAN. ,. lhe black-haired beauty' 6 '5 ,L-L i'j'j1x2.'j , I , QTVR '- r -.tigflkiffige KISNER SAMUEL. . . Bus rides make him healthw' . 2 3555! 'M - .232 5:1f'N-37, Ti. l J I1 .1 ,QV 1 1 KOCH, DOROTHY. .. Two coco-colas, please." A eg: s.1t'rK,a5f'Qlg-SAST f A- ef" 'S A 'F ,Q I viii? Vi, Qfsgfrfjfiff- .g , iv, f Ek" 5 'ff I fc 1M,fo-A xy, K If z 5,3 6 A 5 S - g 'Q w,.3g,, K Si,Sgs.I1I-3457,- i. Wu PM '23 ASI? ff "1 4 ll" -- 1-... I fs -11 5752, if-Wi' "rl 5 59 f .e 'fp-RAHWQ fain, - iy h l fz gi 1 , I - , f avg! QQ! 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'I Y I S 7' .H IMG tr. 23,4 if igfgr K, 'iii-1.li l . 1 my ,L wits? V' ia we m sl Kay' .Y-M3 -fxv 9' ' ,I..-:,,- ' 'J S f 1-7 Xff , . RI.m,k.Q0 ,F levfis 3 I- '-T1-. . 2 as kj-F' ' I ffl A rr' , ' , R Yi vim: Irixfj' ,,, in LW IMI - as sa vs: f' . I ,B . f . I , ,. N , f ' xxxxf , NI-Q ' 'Wgip--111 QS W X' N Xifhw S ,. 5 5 'Q Q15 X 'MTA I T",-:Hill fr -:XI Y -41' MJ,Q:9Q..x1T 5 LTV I w.,!.f 6 NX 1 , . I I I J I W Y. 1 H , I 2 Q If U Q S y If L If 1 N 1 J k K R , fq jx l rf ff .X Fi A . I 7 I , fi x I If , 77 If tj SS- 539 If Q S U A :Sf 252' E ng: C 'R PHILLIPS, HELEN ..... QUINTER, GRATTISON ...... RADOVICH, OLGA ,..... RASH, BERNICE ..... REINERT, RAYMOND. . . REPSHER, MARY .... ROTH, CLAUDE ....... xr "Present in body but not in mind." Seen but not heard. Red is his favorite color." NA Sophomore forward." We Clarinet players." The country's a good place after all." She's always where you least expect her." ?I 1 faq, K, Y This world belongs to the energetic." :sp 4221 ROTH EVELYN Yes but-I" 55 .,.., , ........ , . .S . . 69 2 If - - - ' 1: 'WV iv' 'I 5. -vff f- RUBRIGHT, FRANKLYN .... Little in stature, but not in mind. S If - A I C' -W 5 SAEGER, MARGARET. ., A mischievous little elf." H A - - U ' f 1 :. SHEETZ, FREDA ...... In school she is quietg but-outside, we wonder. qgfnxgy I - I I .U I -.I 5? SCI-IISSLER, NELDA .... I like Latintf 3,5-19 SEGEL, RUTH ....... Be sure you're right, then go ahead." '- SIPAS, IRMA ..,...... "She collects souvenirs." ,Ag ' S- -.N V 5 . I , U ' IAYII m Q STANNARD, FRANCES ...... I have something to say. -I K' STEVVART, IRENE ..... "Plump and rosy? q q STROUSE, EMILY ..... 'Her affections are .strictly confined to her class- ' I 3 ,f mates." I 'Z I I. , . . I! if AI? - SWARTWOOD, DOROTHY .... Better late than neverf IQD QICPD . ' TEMMEL, FRANK .... The Sophomore Oratorf' . THOMAS, VERNA .... I chatter, chatter as I go." ' ' - - ' - ,I tIfI,'I'..,.--.-:" f 'ragga UHLER, DONALD ..... His literary thirst is quenched by Scott. Q3 fglfizg-,,'5 ' I II . .I --K cs, LJHLER, RAYMOND .... What the well dressed man should wear. L-f,Q5qg:,3:cJ-'QI D 4 VANNATTA, MIRIANI ...... "She buys her complexion at a drugstore." Q gi VOIGEL, VERNA ...... "Those giggles." Xi: If If VVALTERS, JULIA. . . Rain, snow or sleet, ff fbi Aff A 3 ' ,A - ' 1 M. H I N D 59' If and W julia s always on the street. H A I UTI ,HS lag? gs EISS, VICTOR ...... 7he women shall not distract me. H 55 ig EN I E VVTERKHEISER, EVA ........ "IVIirth bubbles from her lips like a waterfall." f 4 MVUNDERLY, ELIZABETH .... I'She combines art with pleasure." ff " ' - rr :I 'f L9 '. - VVUNDERLY, GEORGE ...... Those curls are really natural. If. lW.,'I f f V E YEAKEL, VIOLA ...... 'fSmiles predominate." fl V QCII, J Qafgqitsx tg Gig! I YOUNG, JOHN. . .. "Study to be quiet." W Q. C? ,If W-Li. 'V I 4 vm fill. 4 I, KI l it? I , 5?-E 4' T Tv: 1f3f.Ff. 'TL5 A xg I 'Egg' I IDI' 'J IA 'L . ua' I , A S. fr fl lt W f f .1 pf s 6 ,p?'m, Wnmbxm, ,.4i"l' A in yt? . , Q10 -. .4-'QS 1? ' .' . , 4 S ,- f 9 . ..,ffA?"Ii1 I fra1'f-I.-Xffwa 'I K: A f u 4, I llI'2"' -v..,, W., .72,,4,. ,g ., I - . if .307 X A ff M., fgb jgggggsa ln q K 5, ,uf , I ,cwg sgigi si r - v ue, . "9 'W ' 1 1 1 . fn. Q- dz. - I ' I - ff':'i21fg Q, fg W aw I fx , 'IJ , I' ur" ' f ff., nip.. tx QQ if sight' ,N n 'I ' lr ----nm-.. -A .... - 'U-x1'lhl:.IR-Iumil ,AI 4' 'Ia .agp V A ,, . I " .... I .fr ' ' V .fy ' "' I,.Q -r:-ENN Left!-.555 claw f,,,,,,fSj!frf ,Him U ' U in . , Iagi u 25.7 I " fs I x - E491 ,Q 5:1 1004. 'bc .T . . 1. - . F 3 1 , 1e.aes at A 1 f"sw'ef1e'sf ME he qlnmtl 'f 2 x E W 'Wm'-QA? 'Aff Zi . 1 vi? ff f S XQX X as Uhr Alumni Aaanrmttnn HE alumni Association the organization of the graduates of Nazareth High School, exists for the purpose of maintaining interest in high school activities among the graduates. Each year, in the month of june, the Association holds a meeting in the form of a banquet at which the graduating class is admitted into the organization. At this meeting the Association also transacts its business and elects the ohicers for the ensuing year. . F , E i, ' M ' 'TD' A ' s ,X , Q fi 0 F a 'mfg . . . Q Qt 3 is C , ,Zee in i 4' 49 X .fig l ff x X is Tv! -f 7 -4 L:-e P: shi , I 'S 'Q 3. V v - 1 "Q b digg? at gras? ' it gt 5 ' . T ' ' "mi f figs- ,3 -xggg: QQQ95 'L P:-A 'J if ? 1 1 Q 11:l1:. .ii- l v-ny, 2 12 1 ma 2 'iet x A 35.11 :V . ,,1',.' fv ,,,1j, ,.- I 1 1 ,.. 1, -X 1 1 3 , , 1 L14Nd5i ' 292 . ff N ' lt 31 'r 43d': l 4 1, 'I it 7. f Rfb' sf 4 1:1 " , - a l if , T f X, H pg fflx ffzixx I .fix E fi lol 1: if.. . ' , ,KAW The otiicers for the year IQ3I-IQ32 were: President, Richard Saegerg Secretary-Treasurer, Grace Dennis, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, Sara Bowers. As an added inducement for good work, the Alumni Association offers annual prizes along various lines to the members of the school. Those winning the prizes last year, were: Citizenship QBoyQ Rohn Truell '31, QGirlj Gladys Walker '31, Chemistry, Rohn Truell '31, Physics, Albert Knauss '32, Biology, Elizabeth Smith ,331 General Science, Dorothy Nagle ,34, American History, Walter Peters 132. European History, George Oswald ,33j Debating, First prize, Walter Peters '32, Second prize, Margaret Seyfried '32, Commercial Prize, Beatrice Grubb '31, Current Events, tie between Thomas Miller and Louis jurasits. , Iiarent-Uearher Aaanriaiiun 1 -T C -- GHE Parent-Teacher Association in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, seeks to interest parents in the school life of their children. lt is the means by which the home life is brought closer to the school life in order that the moral, physical, and mental side of the child may be more fully developed. The Nazareth branch of this National organization has the following officers: President, Mr. H. P. Yeisleyg Vice-President, Mr. Guy Cumpg Secretary, Mrs. Urbanus Wirebachg Treasurer, Mrs. Clinton Koch. The following are chairmen of the standing committees: Publicity Committee, Mrs. Clarence Zeigler, Program Committee, Mrs. C. F. Barrie, Membership Committee, Mr. Robert Neumeyer, Hospitality Committee, Mrs. Henry I . . . . I Knaussg Music Director, Miss Mae Yeisley. , ff lf f ,2 -fm: Hof' fri '.L": We ,Q 1, ." Xa 5 La. a 7 2' . e i X565 DX fa f 1 4 5, I f ily Qi- R Se be 5 ja -2 -- . 5: 6,111 lj .H uklxll i -mu dbx N 1, I t A 1 .rags '.1 'i Sl K 117 5! lk 1l, 5 5 , 75 lvv nl . , "1 S 1 ' il A 5 fs gli ig - 3 A qu' 1 'A 1 . VJ 1 1 -'Z di? ig IZA L M llllli Tl' ' C2 .-1 I -:V i f f ,U 9? . -, all 35" . U 11 . 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MMM A Eg., flew- it T F D am - Mae a ' ' 'HT he fITIJI1IBl 5 Q 'Wifi C X ::, f, -2. ite Q 7 , l X ful vw, E .1 , In 'Q . , -X X. ,UQ 2 T 1 fu ' 1 , J 'd S 'N 5' T 7 I - A J. ZS ' J ref? 1 K ' Q'W76:',g' Ai ' " 3 S 'Q 0 C -ffafff' fl , ,eg Xia, EQ 9 S CW iw u fe , TAY 'fa l i 'l4t V? ' ' wit. Q weve "' qi mg-" flrl llx .GN M! " ' X Jw' ' , .xg ...H 1, el Eli' if wg - J yall , . u J W 5 1 .nt j if? l fr r E f ig - X H We 1,11 4' J Fkj . 915 tl 3. Af' f ?il 4 mi Z. X J , A. Q Z s X tif X L? eg Q X X X 2, sg, :ilwxr f uf 1 . . S1 lv' 55' Q lj: Iii, g Jggifffff A i lli fag fix W 2 a 1 i 1 it f N4 9' , .N if Z' l at ' ga ' Q ,J T . 4 ,55 1 o ..,..- 7: l OZ 7 Q. Y QV' Fl? N- 'ifaa fy: 5 pf. , fa- my 'rf f- V-.Y f 1 5. ! .TA f Q if f , X 'ff ,gi -1 .wfjf-: EW l-e . 1' Q ii '7 ' 'M li J E Q 'E wl- Q Q 7 1 1 Back row: H. Haasg H. Getzg N. Yeakelg J. Alleng C. Trippg 'f :ff X W. Peters, Pres., 2nd Se-m.g H. Bath Y .N i f 4, Middle row: E. Marxg D. Koehg D. Rubright, Pres. lst Sem.g F ' ,NU 1 I, Faculty Advisor, Miss Nicholas Q Swain i f 4 Front row: M. Marxg D. Michaelg F. Scheetzg V. Keilerg O. Heyer kk? W . 4 JAN ' T M122 Sftuhvnt Gluunrtl M F" , A Q5 ti C . E52 "' ". ' ' 5 QV Q. I-IE Student Body of Nazareth High School is represented by the Student gi ' f C . . . . . 3 .I f l . Council consisting of nine members-the president, andtwo representa- f 'Q:,GT'f tives from each class. The officers of the Student Council are elected by Q the Student body. U' 9 It is the duty of the council to consider and decide upon all activities . . , 1 . . . ESQ! ' ' 25 f- , 4 gf in which the student bod takes art as a unit. The Council aims to kee up 1.9 . , ,XJ . . . Y P , P WA AR l building and premises neat and clean and it' endeavors to encourage better f , 3223 Zi 'T ' school citizenshi . The resident a oints members of the Council for two A :li X 4, AX . I P P PP gl p. g 3 I Edfgqffg standing committees, the one to take charge of the Lost and Found V53 2 5? fffj, 3353 Department, and the other to hle college catalogues. ,gf Under the efhcient leadership of our president, Dorothy Rubright, it fg,f?E'L5,gsf' the Council conducted a ma azine cam ai n and earned 2 o to be s ent .1 1. g. . . 3 P .3 . P. f 4... cu ,ff in supplying books and magazines for the library. During the Thanksgiving '-rl SW V lj, 1- Zltgf9:c?i season the Council entertained the student body and alumni at a lv f 5514 '3'.1lf.':':?!sf- "Th k ' ' S ' 1 1: if ""EE'41 M i as an sgiving ocia . ,L v 1 '.la53g3X21'ifl2,f"fv,Q f 3' , ' ,. -A v'.12:if'f it F ff ,, ,,, . tn- .M , "W""r - A -' - H. 21' "' ' '1- hu M. fu .a. ' V 'riff '-f f. 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' Va. ,. 7. --M - -1 ,ve-1 The orchestra demonstrated its ability to play good music on the following occasions: December 23, February 1 1, Apfii S. 1931 1932 1032 Senior Christmas Party. - 1 Parent-Teacher Association Meeting. Triangular Debate. ,L ' 3f,.1,f-ay, ., .way ,z 11,31 7 Q z", ' Q . - ll. xl .4 1. 1 HKS f " 'if 3 T! 41 . 4 1 -'ly I -' 1 3 1 - .2 1 v L' ' . r ' 2 if 5 .Hr , l -if ici ' - - f' . Q FT T k May I7 Sz 18, 1932-Operetta, Hliits O' Blarneyf' -- , v I W I M11 513 Q w H june 3, lQ32iSEl'l1Ol' Play. 13152 Xgzlifin . Q 5 1.1 ,sg 'I 7. I" 151 4,151-fi3,' ,ij ' june 23, IQ'X2-LOITIITICIICCIITCIIT. ,i-5125.1 XZ ' 111-l, ' 'f ' ' ' ' -fly -.. f? ff f 51-'P' ff ft, 1' s I' wif fs.,-Y I f-.f-Jig, 11' 5 f -'A YQ--tel' 2 H" :I , F-, I k' T ' 's1,.H-f ' li: ' inf fix J ft A. :NR ff ' Wi' ly' ' 7,-'Jim ri' fi" I - is f af . 1' 'A 1- ff Q ' X Q' f , , I, ., , 2' iifji-fm LV " A 119 X f f f' X Af, 3 13:4 A- N . .f U- . ---. ,f Z--fi-r-.,v.,f 4 1 4, V- f'- N X . 1, 5 .5 If' 3 AQ? 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U . lg' KGIIHIE Debating Club was organized this year under the supervision of ET ' Miss Laura Bechtel. I The purpose of the or anization is to further interest in debatin by 'L 3 'L XY ff g g ' 4 xxx o ering worthwhile help in the preparation for debating. ln the past, the W ,Q Z efforts of the club culminated in an annual Triangular Debate. All members E Us ot the debating club are eligible to a tryout for the Triangular Debating E A If gg Teams, and to compete for the prizes offered by the Alumni Association. Q M SSE This year the otlicers were: President, Walter Petersg Vice-President, if Kathryn Saylorg Secretary, Orthia Heyer. if . Qlnmant Muhwrnt 3 - -C- in ml-IE Romani l-lodierni, or Romans of Today, is an active organization. ml 3 All students interested in Latin belong to this club. In the meetings, FQ 5 the members report on Roman holidays and Roman customs. They also V, N u 'gxg play Roman games and make up Latin stories. ln a general way, it 0 "PM 'f H, stimulates the students' interest in accomplishin the language. "J"- 3 fg s - ' ff M f ' nrixx 'Yi X 3 , r e I t at E ll xe X ,wi W fi? ,gx I P552 NVQ I' ,X The omcers for the year Were: Consuls, Erika Marx '32 and john Young '34g Quaestors, Evelyn Roth '34 and Naomi Herzing '34. The Program Committee consisted of George Wunderly and Raymond Uhler. Miss Marx was the faculty advisor. a t , it Q'9ut-nf-Unum Aaanrratwn N E ' , - C - . . . . . t gr EHE Out-of-Town Association 15 an organization of the students from al gl iv Q E 'Pts out of town. Thev pledge themselves to take charge of the building ,N 5 TM A, ' ah?-t . ' . D ' . if x x :f i c in the absence of teachers. Walter Peters '32 was president and he cg' ,E ' 29 appointed the following assistants: Lester Hartman '32, Walter Pysher '33, 'glib 5-1 .er ,. , . . ' ' Dil V Frank Temmel 34. We are glad to say that the organization has ' ij , A f 234 . accomplished its purpose and is a credit to Nazareth High School. my that , 1 2' 1 Aa ' ' . 1, Tififs gif? " ,, sw, J 5 1 ' ,ugly - sry, 'rf f :EQ l' W W., F s ElrMrm., 4 ,gifyg 5 ' W A ' ml .5 A .L fax f5f.',,, cfuex, 1 -fifiq "f' QAAQII hffji, ,Fic 'nba ,wil "LQ, ,A f 515 up ...m.3:?g'GQ6,,,,ih 5 2 it aw, mjjiggif . . t 14 r '- l i 'R ....s ' X "f ' tl 1 . " 'P 1512! 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X N -1-5. t Za lt X I , s , t X 1+ 4 r ft- Ast A 2:7 -it af f-Li r-., .3 1, 1, me , A E. ., lfilfiiicfs i,,,-"Q - Eff! ei. as 53, A.,,,A , ,, T, 4' ,. , - .:fi,,L3f -sa. .saL1.LLJN:-LA, . .:Lxi,.l-tH:m,, Uh? Zilur mth mhitv Stanharh ..C- g HE Blue and White Standard, the school newspaper, was reorganized under a very efhcient Editorial and Business Staff who added much to the paper's success this year. Several members of the staff, in addition to their appointed duties, volunteered to sell candy at all the home basketball games which supplied a reserve fund in the treasury. The members of the Editorial Stall are: Editor-in-Chief, Erika Marx, Associate Editor, Elma Hordendorfg News Editors, Barbara Troxell, Ruth Hughes, William Steige-rwaltg Club Editor, Maria Marx, Athletic Editors. Martha Simmons and Kenneth Shankweilerg Alumni Editor, Virginia Shankweilerg Chuckles Editors, Anna Boerstler and Romaine Ruhig Exchange Editor, Mildred Lappg Staff Cartoonist, Grace Breinigg Reporters: Senior High School, Kathryn Haldeman and Homer Bath, junior High School, Henrietta Werner and Robert Reed. The members of the Business Statl' are: Business Manager, Betty Barieg Assistant Business Manager, john Kullerg Circulation Manager, Harold Stout, Assistant Circulation Managers, Eva Reimer and Beatrice Carmel, Typists, Rose Mahorsky, Michael liavcak, and Helen Lutz. Faculty Advisors: Miss Nicholas, Miss Sloat, Miss Peters, Miss' Dixon, Miss Etschman, Mr. Marcks. K ,IAR1 3 V log., - rv "f,"f"3w... fEf"B:,fff7c 5'f"'f'f?E.u-.2'exj1l:, . . ,- f psi.. -' Af . , K V- 1 f ,f,f,.F.A4' M as-V, ,LA-I.4j,.45-5,.b A -J V, ul-M.. ,, el., ,J , .Q-N, ,gg 5.5 - -..'f'.u.a..,,':-L1.,'-waive",-, 'M , ,M A ,Sr 't 1 , , A .-...e1f,.Tft 7, g 1-qw se . I Lid.. t ,l5?2fV'.5,1 5 -, X, X V . : .P ,V-f---....1',..... -- 'H ' 5- --A f Q.. s N .-,,,,1q :gf A' Lge-..,.,..-ai4.'-Q A ga..J.xfJ .A ,,, l55l 'gel' ja QQ QM 4 , , , 1, A , flip 439 3 'Fairs' 2 'D Qi' 5 3 he 6111111121 0 , 73 5. 5. wgeyy- ig. ',g . ,,,u., .,,, , , ' . A' 'V 1 ss " x"'4.1,. 'lg" Ks E W i f YI. tmlfg J 355 2 . - . - P Q , ,.1 Natrnnal ilinrvnmr 'liragur on gangs , l N l C , , e fr 5 " ' GHE National Forensic League was created to interest high school students 'fl' of the United States in interscholastic debating. ' P my Any student or instructor of debating who has shown considerable XX interest in the Work and has participated creditably is honored With . 1 X SX S Mage 3 ,ff g XS 5 Q, X, X. Edit Q 7' W S . 23:11 Q I 5. '4 1 ' , 'Fin' 1 :.'-e ggi , if 1 N v4 : rf? Gtr i sie lag? , t Q53 5 4:25-- 59211- MM, QM? membership in the League. The members who have joined the League this year are Rose Mahorsky 132, and Lena Sottolano '32. The active members at' Nazareth High School are Walter Peters 732, Margaret Seyfried '32, Harold Stout ,32, Kathryn Saylor 133 and Miss Florence Nicholas. There are fourteen members among the alumni. L The ofticers this year are: President, Walter Peters, and Secretary, Kathryn Saylor. Uhr Srivnrr Qlluh ... C .. E HE Science Club of Nazareth High School reorganized this year Linder the supervision of Mr. Shekletski. The club was organized for a two-fold purpose: First, to create interest among the students in scientihc enterprises, second, to furnish knowledge Which will aid them in their future welfare. The club is divided into two groups: Those that are interested in Radio and those interested in Chemistry. Those interested in Radio have been successful in building several Radio sets, while those interested in Chemistry have performed many novel and interesting experiments. The officers for the year Were: President, Walter Pysherg Vice- President, Kenneth Shankweilerg Secretary-Treasurer, Wilson Stettlerg Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, Wallace Hess. f :f P5 ',k'f1TS 1 ,EMT X A F2 I4 x 1' .,' X . t , '. at 'Q f m Y. ' f ' Ze ll Fi F 1 Q0 It vt 4 E' EQ ala r eg , uuull Qxnnlz F, ,W -at 'ECZQPX EE 24 if we Uhr Zllrenrh Gllnh 3 1 Lt 4 fr ig 1 JE va? - C - 954 d wg ' 5 . . . , . . Q as 2 1 ' W 'I if AZARETH High School had a l-rench Club for the Hrst time during ZF fl ' - f the 1931-1932 school term. Under the able supervision of Miss gin 3 Elizabeth Marx, a club was organized at the beginning of the tirst' semester. 4. 1 "Q 1 1 Q ia ig The object of the organization is to unite the students of French in 2 Lg A I A ft' 2 Ars . f, t-1552 Q V25 .W:WHfgQ sf Zan Nl V ie. - K 4 fW 'W 'ht' P ,LN ' 1 f 512' , , ' :- f- "Q P 6- 3 iw fi? r fr f'4b""""'- swift - S ' ,1-'lift l ! cs 41.-1 f f ,wa-.,'tf f.sz:,,,,,m,, ...1 ff ff 1 11:-. "W 1 . ' 2 Qt- ' , 1, ' W 1 u11111I.""' 1 'f T ltazfimit c ' W"11,., M si "Sf 4' ,iff5 lmxllri E561 SE' ' ' fflmffvuwef- N' . . QWVWE We A 2 2 'efs2eseieKm25T3Wf aes 4 TE A he 11111121 e l A X ,ag -:T . F-E 2: x as :w -3 fu i -Jigkdy' fl, E5 V -,U - V. - I A 1? , 5,1 my as if J saws. fssps r as to efffort to better their knowledge of the French language, and to increase their appreciaiton of France and her people. During the first semester, the officers of the club were: President, T' he-ei,w5ff.f5 fill? - VA.' i AIC Albert Knauss- Vice-President, Charles Freeman, Secretary and Treasurer, 1 Lester Hartman. During the second semester, Albert Knauss was Presidentg Dorothy Rubright Vice-President, and Margaret Seyfried, Secretary and Treasurer. WY fif- gvifg 'r'.i.'.1 A ' " 'M 93 ' 5 rl-qX,i.,Q J A...i , ', fr ' I QL' QTY- fg : ' ' A ge-fs twa E ag ' u mugs'- ? 've 35 J 2 , Q-3, r C C , el, fX fbi C C 74 I x The Club had an enthusiastic beginning and we feel confident that Qiggfjflgf X SSX in su ceedin years it will continue to meet with success and be an asset to 5 X Q g W:-1. l 2 5 Q Nazareth High. l 23'jy!7, Q XS: lx 'Q , N X 3.1. e l X , r, ,. 1 Glnmmrrrtal Qlluh fm, e T T ff' , HE purpose of the Commercial Club is to interest commercial students ligyffhrji-,ii 3' ' . . . . 4 R. , A i. 'Q yi 4 in business life and accom lishments outside of the classroom. Business V, ...li X, Q- P , ' men are invited to talk to the students, motion ictures of lar e business Sui" p g ,QA L a 1, organizations are given in the club meetings, and trips are made to various -Q5 2 business houses in the community. During the past year, an interesting :., ' trip was made to the Easton Express building. '56 The oflicers for this vear are: President, Lena Sottolanog Vice- ,ilfi,"-iLQffv Fa . ' ,- . . C ' Ti 3555 President, john Kullerg Secretary, Rose Mahorskyg lreasurer, Mike Kisner, :wg Eg? and Reporter, Elizabeth Koch. The faculty advisor of this club is .Miss Fill' m A 4 1 Dixon. 1 ' X - ,U .Y i l as , Bramaur Glluh 1 1 . . . . . . . . fmijliifllf gui? HE Dramatic Club this year, under the supervision ot Miss Sloat, followed a new plan of developing dramatic talent. Short one-act 5' plays, read by contesting groups, were enjoyed throughout the year. This ' . . . 1 ' , , - T5 ' contest was carried over a large part ol' the school year to determine the ,iw play that was presented in the best manner. 4' if The crowning event of the year was the trip to Bethlehem High A ' its. 11 Q School to see the Senior play, f'The Charm School", which took place Friday, i fix' iff ' April 22 and Saturday, April 23. Xlgrfgfwi , ,ji . " . . . ,. . I ag The ofiicers of the Dramatic Club ior the year were: President, RoseZ,'lx,.g l,1gf,fl'4 1 if V Q Mahorsky, Vice-President, Virginia Plottsg Secretary, Elizabeth Koch. " f, N 'i E. I A if"i?z ' ' li 5'2,..I. 'Ll' ., C , X ft, K I .gtg My r W ggi ? 1"fK'1x.l WE-T " 'Fra ff 17' ' ' "t"' M., ff- V - i 'C -- 15235545 947 a te-WR' .-V is 1 .2 mg gf.. at :fs T -i ' ' i ' iv A ' 1 wil S '12 ""n ?'w'5i6' 1 ' 4 2 ba '-Wi! "' fllnu 'iff' Y X' l' Wifi" Ai V ""'n- 1 ' ' mill-All 'Y i all lv K ii ' '2 ' an .- "' " "' """' ' , ' .f .1 ,., 1-,Ls .N N32 UKAM- i1,,,NlWjHi?1,,4, Ul,M.,Qw?6g,q,-L,?,,i,l,1. .a.,..,,,, t 57 J fwfr? m m e - ey'-'megs-as , M6 Upvy, W -nf 6 fy cg .I N Z., E wp f i' V 2 'I , ,J H 'Ki G1 A J 1 xx S7 l' vw, X 4 - 'nan f X , N I , 'S KAW me A I - V ,g 7 -. CT 5 rh X X W J 9 X f d , Qfyl"q7, I- V W 4lfxJw Ur 7? A915155 J' ' xg, 33 5 " .'7C1'J3' . , p , 1 XJ J' fu 4. gig!! 5- ' QXX m t X, x nh XX-.iv ,f 9 , X' fa . X w 9 X 4 J NE xiii V T l N X., fix f X, Q ff 'Qs X I xx .1 S, Q.. lex J l HF Cx xl IVA- fgj' ki . I lin 15 5 5? f .fl E AWS f A I r ffig EJ 5, Xa lla a EN V w A If X , S L f x sk Xx 11- fy l ill Q, x 2 aj. 7 ' as W Q T :hi Ji? T 'Eli 'J - "Wi M ' fr ', 13 . 'Nix 7 Sl T J e, l 5 1 , ,-ffm ' 'FJ 55: 4 ' ' 7 f' s g gl J J, I 7i9wl'l K 7 Ji ll r 1 'U :Sq ,,,. NX'-Wj,, .2 ,buss ,N KX rf cr' 1 ' h m 'cm 1 '- rr 5 an nga PP Q1 uhz 'E Ur 1- T XM HE o1"Hcers of the Grrls' Glee Club are: Presldent, Betty Barie. Secretary W1 he N 'gg , I ev f 3 T d T I-I'ld K ll 1 L, an reasurer, 1 a e ow A R , , M - xlfga .f,, ff R -X -'1 If "EW - W'-V E 951- - The officers of the Boys' Glee Club are: Presrdent, Marlen Kerng Q 93 iii: ,Zig . is l: 4"uJli . 56 Secretary and Treasurer, Edwm I-lummel. Wi E21 X ,fgf5f?f4-1, The Cvlee Clubs DHYTICIDZITGCT m the followmg events: mf Ulf A 4' ,Q lt '- R if eil May I7 and 18, 1932-Operetta, "Bus O' Blarney." T QQL7 igvgmf 6533s . . , 1 December 23, 1932-Semor Chrrstmas Party. . gf 5' ' ,I,f .'g,s'vf A ml Q lg june 8, 1932-Assembly Program. ' 'TL git' 'L 54,5 M 11" I 5' .1 .5 Il J if ' riapife ' P 1 A A Jef 'S we ,L 'P 4 417' , we VH. V, 4 l - '11 kg? .wg ,uw xx. ff 1 , I , ,,,. ,f4l5mn., Q ,A ,, figs , ,Xb r Iv f k K 6:-:N A' A ml 2 T AWD t - srl Mill i, K ugh 5' ,X x..,5.-W f 42,4 .I I 1 ' A -,5,aMhmbgJ, F97 , 51 , , 5.?.yLf.32., Xi NN dzxfggx., r, I, 1IiQ28i3gi,.- - 0 ,240 uw" if-Qfpff 1 L -Y I K kw in y X. A T . -' fi' ' , ' All ' .cgi ' 4 . 1 : N, gl '11 "' W ' 'WQfl M" , ' lllllgh UI' Im, ,MQYLE Q . nd ' 5 X fv A '5 A 1 --f.-r...,,,,,,,,....... A ,,,,...-.. . 1. A ,WWI K. L . P31 r i XX WN f,N,,.-- 'llLL:-f- ,l'lr,,,,,0fA?5jf!! IU I H W, X fur , , , j e Arr- f,- I"f.ufL: t I ,,, E Af? 4 'nn T581 2 , xi . f X I . LI J f6"'.'. . .ji ?"'wtP if fl , 6 'N Zi 7,4 if , xxx x .,,f. L - Af'?isi1f'i3f" " -.f .u 4' me--AT'--1' V, , I' K.. 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X "VIRGINIA PLOTTS Basketball Manager QGiI'lsD . .. VICTORIA STANNARD Basketball Manager CBOysj .. . . ..... lX'lARLEN KERN Baseball Manager ....,............ . CHARLES FREEMAN Coacbesz ELMIRA OTT ANDREW' LEH Principal of High Sebool . . , . . FLORENCE NICHOLAS Faenlty Manager ..,......,,,...,.... . , . ....... GUY CLIMP Cheerleaders: lVlILI.ICENT RADER NlAYBELLE H,-XPPEL MARTHA SIMMONS VINCENT KELLER Y , I . 1117, - fi 1 1, , Q 3 l X - i 5 xs 7 Q'-X-x A I n, t 1 "' fm x, Q 1 ws 5.2! . , . iff e' 11:5 ' i ,xiii ' ,- A .L ' IV Y' 22 A If in . ,CUT f : f' :H ,-,, Li: 'lv' A fats, xo! 3 ra --Ifeexx-r f A fi Inf ,-mx Q f f V ' 'X 'IS L '5 r". 'L - 214915 I aff"-Q, 'A ,V M ii Q if im I ,CMN l R334 I ICQ I it B l y-nj ,ii f A52 'WMM I ,V fxffif a+L.LrL,:1Ji 'rf-s1Ism',??ffi'gx ' ,J F' ,fill-Q lfilil , I f Til? znlhxqaka V. .R sw, , Ek J We if gr I Hi: 31 Y ' ,fl ff by 5 rl, L - I- NN, .gl lg- f if 5 C. ' 'Vu-, f J f tl f. K if YT' . '4ff,z:,5 NA' fig, A , , 5-'X an .,. 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N - lm: 'I U . -, f f 'ifqffildf' N we 7 xi T x J ..-mm..-uxllm... .... .mn-. 4' ' NWN!! Il My HF E E 7 "' 1. b ,,, ,V X, MN , W K ' 'jf -H M U ' ' "'Mf,555fQMQe'rLf MQ? . 4 H M rr I XIII! ' E621 'FW Q. - - S-f-"':-fZ1f AEP-f f"- WQ'rWw 2 A A f J ti 1 f- if T 3- .A .4 . . . . 1 -s . : 44. ,e .af-3.5 wi-'-:'f.g'5-we .tw he smart df . 1- - , ive ef- N I mxfifiifi x"' 'H 215 we A ' 2 ig I Svrntnr Idlag 5' ' " T- .ffrgi HE Senior play, Philip Barryis "The Youngest", was presented on Friday ZX-X evening, june 3, by the class of IQ32 under the direction of Miss Sloat. T ll The action of the play takes place at the Winslow home in a small ' X New York State city. Richard, the youngest son, a would-be writer and a 1' X SX much picked-on chap, greatly resents the fact that the entire family try to ,ifyfiiix Q Q standardize him and make him join his brothers in their pin factory. IA E Richards open revolt is brought to a climax, when Nancy Blake, ,Q ig his sisterls friend, comes to visit the family over the Fourth of july. She mi A Hrst discovers that Richard's father made his will before Richard was born. According to the New York statute, Richard can inherit just as though he W S were included in the will. Consequently, by compounding interest Richard A b really owns the home and the pin factory. I E? 'f I With Nancy as his champion, the youngest eventually learns to assert X' himself, and turns upon his oppressors in splendid style. Romance and H comedy are blended in a serie-s of interesting situations thru which Richard 5- if 5' hnally comes into his own. THE cfisr if 'Se Mrs. Winslow, the mother .,........... DOROTHY DEICHMAN QQ55 Oliver Winslow, a brother .... CHARLES FREEMAN i Mark Winslow, a brother ...... ..... X VALTER PETERS In , V Martha Winslow, a sister ......... . . .DOROTHY RUBRIGHT 'f,f,agf5Qw-go' gf Richard Winslow, the youngest ..... ALBERT KNAuss l i ' 55 Augusta Martin, a sister ...... ...lYlARGARET SEYFRIED -53-b9'+f?l'i7wW Alan Martin, a brother-in-law ..... ABRAM YEAKEL N ' ' ' Katie, the maid ............. ........ E VA REIMER Nancy Blake, a visitor .................. ESTHER MILHOUSE A- 'fti ,y iQff.f'ff,--ggifiyg f ' The music between acts was furnished by the High School Orchestra A 2 .gs 2 ',,Hr'.',:' -v lfllfl' ll f 1 A r AW? under the direction of Miss Yeisley. The following committees assisted by Miss Dixon contributed to the success of the play: Properties: Helen Lutz, Lena Sottolano, Marguerite Mabus, Martha ,init K '- il '7' ' f ,.-1' 7-'fx Nulla. T .. 1 1 K w , fi, Q , , 4:1 f fa f :ap ff-'-if. 1 X N R fli-J , , r . v ,M ,A I . A, Ss ,fisgkji flqsl 'T V fi ' 1 ilifg. Schle el, Victoria Koch. Jia' ff: fi .iisfrt 5, we k Stage Igquipmentz George Shuppt Roy Hahn, john Gardner, William . J Abgl ' '6. ' it l 'cf ts' is . .H. NAMO- ' if Business Managers: Rose Mahorskv, Xfirvinia Plotts and Grace fi , fi gg' ka D - ' gf .i Fw, f' 4 -. W ' " V. fi, yw' is BMW -theme i i? JA I 'ia 'Pfgi f f ,ff rv 1,1 if 4,4 w X Cf IU 5122? ' f If' -af 4' T, f R ' ' W , ,. if 'Y - , ,gif 539 , QTZA ' f? 1:f f72fqv' .' 3 - .lZ',,,.-. ..-sf: 'N "f 'ffm ,gas-'J' A , s T , ' H ' Y ,-N54 H AJ, 0" if ' "T . I iq", ,fgf :fi-' 3,15 vi 'I f a meZ5f.'5v f't5 -a s a5"' f :f 113536 's stitftfm 'rf 5' fraltsifgff. 'A tfxefwwe aft R c A AuwWWQmfaewa g . 1 A lil if 1 J' ". , ' . X 'L' A 1 " it'X.'.x1 H ', i '. r f. . " " 'mmm--mmwf ' wi.-. lf 1 . les--A-hr. Laggiqlx , - ..,. .xy f wk' H 1 "ri :,f,f7"J,1isK5f Rf, 'ff ,,':v,'f1i. ,.i ,gs -'K , 7,Q.,3,1K iiosii I v- l'rjhG3'27,l 1. W W Y 4?i ms. x 3 392615,-meet-'sara E eeeatts Qin 'aloe A me , w 54 rm fi A 3 1, 5 fi 2 I fc is if sb S. t f ti. D,v :fv P1-. -,Y x 55, W Q . 351 E' "ai lzr 'I If I N110 el s 3 5 N 55 v xx 1 QQ-sa he . if 1 Z f 6 ls 55 5 EM . I , 0 w 111 ,W ies N S Q Q isa g sift' ' v , 5, 1' V .' Q ' at 5-Xaarmhlg Hrngrama - C .. CI ACI-I week, usually on a Wednesday, an "Assembly Program" is furnished for the instruction and entertainment of the students. These programs may be divided into two classes-those rendered by the students and those furnished by the Antrim Lyceum Bureau. X Some of the programs presented were: October 19, A Lyceum program featuring the De Willo Concert Company in an ensemble of music of various kinds. November 5, Another Lyceum program. Dr. Henry Black Burns spoke on "American Citizenship in the Making." November 18, A breath of the West brought to us by Dr. Wotring who spoke on, f'The Pendleton Round-Up." November 25, A monologue, "Why I'm Thankfulf' and a play, "It Could Have Been Worse," brought to us by Miss Weikel's Home Room. December 9, A play by the Dramatic Club, under the direction of Miss Sloat, entitled "The Bishop's Candlesticks." December 15, The Filipino Varsity Four, a Lyceum Program, rendering selections on their native instruments. December 23, Miss Bechtel's home room gave a play entitled "The Christmas Burglar" and the Glee Clubs under the direction of Miss Yeisley rendered several Christmas selections. january 13, Mr. Huth spoke of his trip to Alaska. january 20, This year for the nrst time, periods were set aside in the homerooms for discussions of topics of interest. To-day marked the first home-room period. january 26, Dr. Robert Parker Miles, a Lyceum lecturer, discussed, "The Necessity of Taking Advantage of our Opportunities." February 3, A home-room discussion period. February 11, The Apollo Duo, two Lyceum Entertainers, gave some clever Musical Sketches. ' L- - , S Qi wif v 5,-if cf: X , 5- .Q 1' Xi 'v- S , .- 'f ff 'W ?5'1fj2 'Q lk Q F p 0 1, .gg as .1 ,ge 5 . .f Q jf Nm 9 .1. Nklill -' NWUNJ Q N35 W1 Q Ee?-fav A February 24, Superintendent Grim discussed the man, Washington, with us. . -. - 31 . . , :I 1, ' ,, ff- March 2, Miss Nicholass home room presented a comedy of one act, '35 'K V Q, "Crinoline and Candlelightf' featuring George Washington. 171 EE ,nv March 7, Lombard Entertainers from the Lyceum Bureau rendered songs, I I 'FHWA readings, and humorous sketches. 9. bl i f Q . a March 17, Dr. Andrew johnson, lecturer, spoke on "The Science of Getting 9 Q, gf 'D lg ' i Along with People." E I -.5,A April 13, Mr. E. C. Ramsay, a research worker in the employ of the ig, E United States and European News Feature Service, spoke on t'Russia, 4 ,ly , Q i A R, 1589 l As lt is Today." Q' jg f l A 1 , A54 X Z2 1 5 11 A fl X in IV F "1 in tv 6 T IW . Q 1 AMW- s llli T ,J 1 fri if-fi., ff 11"l?' . f 5-7?,,,,n1:,, gf- -- , 'ef W 1 l"'. 1 x 59-3 I ""' ',e',?'vh.gfe-'-3- ' ie 0, li -19,5 .. if ' A I Z? "A g, 2 , lllllltaxjxlnll H111 Hi' .' . Z X 1 , ' f :L ---.niinhu ,,,,... ...,, ,,.nm , , 3212, ,.. M22 15 c 7, A l"'."'f',,,,,,,w JM flfrr. ,. ,5 1 'h um E641 6 E -tr Q 6911, 0 4 1 V! . , V i ,f,z1'f'-i3fQE,gq5i5',yf4- DAL.. I f 1 aa. ff . .. mf , gn u pg . 6 K m 1 1 5x-g.IffwJ,i:i,i,L gvl: U f 'Z "N f Bkilflfk .awp ,., L , ., iz? itz:-' 5.1?3'f.fi'qfJ7':'r:-A--,L if it ew .? '35XD 1 X' 'S Al i s aiffifffff-M' it 1 lffflilffiv 1.-l 1-1 " ' 5 f . M1253-u 5 .kgseefff A 1 - i W ' 'MW-'..'Qi.2.i3ifiL'1f51'+ ' 'fi TWW7 Q alas 37555 1" J 2 f 4 April 19, Sam Grathwell, Lyceum lecturer, spoke lon "T1nkers and Thmkersf' H . inf advocating the training of children to think more. ' 12 'f April 27, Miss Dixon s home room presented a play entitled The Ellgible f lf, 1' '75 Mr. Bangs." ?X il May 4, Mr. Cump's home room presented a series of talks on the Olympic Games' . . . . i W Cyl The 'fCo1v1ET" goes to press with the following anticipated programs: xgrlg X May 13, A Lyceum lecturer, Alfred L. Flude. 1- '7 f May 17, 'fThe Advantages of a Business Training", by Mr. Poole. . 1 . . f - Y Q gyjm May 25, Reverend Diehl will be our guest speaker. The Science Department I Aff will furnish an interesting and instructive movie. 1 ff . . . U , . , if Sgt june 2, Dr. Ziegler of Cedar Crest College will discuss Vocational aff Choices." ' i I U77 sk . . . . . . fra? 3 Y- june 8, A program under the supervision of Miss Yeisley. , A june 22, The Senior Class will present a 1'Farewell Programf' fly,-' ,g wig e -V 0 . ' . A :fi Jluntnr-Svvnrnr illereptrnn ar Qu ,Y -- E - . . . seg' 5- HE big party of the year was held on April 15, in the high school M ' a-'C 1 49 . W. X5 ix if' 61 e l e a gymnasium. At this time the juniors entertained the Seniors and the members of the Faculty. The gymnasium Was decorated in red and white, the colors of the class of 1932. Music was furnished by Danny Dever's Orchestra. Delicious refreshments were served in the lunch room, which was decorated in the same color scheme. The guests, including a large number of students, alumni and faculty 525: .5 .,:, ,fy 1:1-f rf, f-, t.. .x L. 1 ,-.2-2. Q T. X -f"?,2,efAxNi , Y 1,.-f 1 ' ucv, an ,.,,, . 1:3 1... . .AJ , .2 fx f 4. . f ff LU, ylfff- li, ' ' 'txt ,. - F . members, voted this party one of the most delightful ever held at Nazareth J, 31 li High School. ., 1-, ' f ,aLf"'txf'-ke' 'wid , gl':,1'Z", "f--Y gf h . Q . xi "'i"',Q-i5,l . . Efhankagtuing Sammi - N C :ii ' lie? i - c - , p Ig 1 , , . . . X 1 .' -'I N November 2 , 1 1, a Thanks 'IVIDU' Social s onsored b 1 the Student 1 5 A I ,Q 3 . . . g C' . . ff. f, fa X .1 4 Q33 Council was held in the high school gymnasium. Games and dancing fsgfffrq .5 milf., ' ' 5" to the accompaniment of the Snyder-Bramer Orchestra were enjoyed. Q, g ,:3ifQ.gfg 5 ' ' a The new Stromberg-Carlson radio presented by the class of lQ3l ff, aa ' - I furnished music While refreshments were being served in the lunch room. frigid rr . ,. . - ',' -' 1, EI, , 1 ,. .,-T71 5,5 Many students and alumni members present expressed a desire for,,i'f,41'1.f, ',!5?l,- 1 , ,521 'Q more socials of the kind. ,kg 55.1, -ef: ,fe it-.244 - 1 - ' .tef?'g ,.P,f'-,val-'4 5 'Q I Jiiftfllill it it 5 if A v' f' f .arf 1 E! gif" if t, as fl f V- '-- '- .. - .M 'W .'1.,,g-.2-LJ. 2 'ff' S ' -. f1l'5333b.1:aat, nut: . ay X f A fn xt 1 ff - .f a . 5: f --. .11 .. I- A-f-Q f' 'Q 9 f' X ',,,.,I " ff ,fbi . ,fy " ll Ein. I-STQFF Y 'CVS A U I -Q77 'ISKA31 '11xP7?2QSsg,y5 '5 f A "QF-' ri, WF-W, , " in gsq ffffiir . fa f 1a.aQsH.-4121 5: '21 sa it 21321, 1 :X A ,H V I ' , . , YY 7. , , -.1 ,. hm! 5 fel , IA, 4, sm fy ,, M... -W I fi? 'W f - 1 ".f' 1 .-Q ' fr 3-1-1... rr 'E -1 'ftffrll ff If X 1' . , f? Jffjl:f.Tr'gqmz , .. ,, .1 ,,,, fu ta 3, 'ffry-XX 1 1- by' 1 E651 ,.,3L.n , -,y,--1 Hi'lWa1ras3p.r M 2 WSW? 3. l 3 l M dm ng" """"' 0bt' I W r if a t t 3' ,T f, . ' ,T 'ff , A ' he mutt 6 wg H A1 l., W e at V ' 'ig ' if-. sf" A W' ' lx ,xo KZ, fe Q 'N 7 ' 1, gsm f I R 1 XL, six ', .x. S 7 X 5 5 X gfffj. f '--1' sis. "lf E 4 'eil , L 3 la t, reg, X 5' a fi :ESI 5' li, :Sir N Aa . 67' Z G Q . 'W ' ' , 5 'QQ' Back row: Frank Ternmel, Harrold Stout, Walter Peters, John Allen ' : if Front row: Rose Mahorsky, Lena So-ttollano, Miss Bechtel, '77 -Wm 5 Kathryn Saylor, Margaret Seyfried o- .. Nuuul . """- 3 uw G . YM it ' Ermngular Bvhatv wx.. l si u C 3? fr Q55 l-IE annual triangular debate between Pen Argyl, Northampton, and J 3 , ri Nazareth High Schools, was held April 8, IQ32. The question debated was: 'fResolved, That the Several States Should Enact Legislation for Compulsory Unemployment Insurance." 1 N . Y I . . . ' F, gly- ztg As has been the case ingthe last few years, it resulted in a tie for U "QS Q the three aftirmative teams. 'lhe Nazareth afhrmative defeated the Pen Argyl negative at Nazareth and the Nazareth negative was defeated by in N,,.,73f,'. Northampton at Northampton. The Pen Argyl affirmative team defeated y, A E, Qiffg' the Northampton negative at Pen Argyl. l 3 ' The members of .the Nazareth High School athrmative team were I gl E- X SQ S53 Walter Peters ,32, captaing Lena Sottolano '32g Rose Mahorsky '32g and gg 5 l NJ 1 , i t h Frank Temmel ,34, alternate. The members of the negative team were: r 4'v7 Harold Stout ' 2 ca t ' ' j h All ' ' M t S ff ' d ' ' d l 2 ' 'E t X. X N 3 , p ain, o n . en 32, argare ey rie 32, an 3. - A Kathryn Saylor J33, alternate. Zi yi' Q D The members of the team who won the alumni debating prizes were ,- ' 21 ' A to ,sf .H Walter Peters, Hrst prize, and Margaret Seyfried, second prize. li 1.3 35 f A W? A Miss Laura Bechtel acted as the debating coach. Jia T Y Jw P 63 5 ' 'ii' r 2 . ,W Q eng . 2 ax f s Em"""- .ffilllllf H-ln 1553 .5 CSX ' l-"li, T 15694: r'225:.. My v ffrf-mlb' 4 ' E "Ll 55 ' 'l 'T L' Eg? Mg- 'A J A YI' .imma Q f. -,.,, ,A v .n 5 . h p V Q --r w' . uunuui""1m., WW X KN? new f at efa-- r wi, f .lm -aw tw - af nf H H gm- K , I J myd tm' 1 1 l1,,,,- fc I K Ill E661 'EPJWQPQ nb sf V, ,li 1 . i., N' , ff"'f'.,A ls 4, 4 ,l , f IIAXW 'U' G' xi f fill J' 6 'NME eff ie' f i s k X , S 4 S GBpPreIIa1 'Q 7 l-lE Boys and Girls Glee Clubs combined their musical talents and E1 , presented to the public Bits O Blarney by Otis Carrington on May Q , seventeenth and eighteenth. jizz! f'Bits O' Blarneyf' taking its cue from the opening Chorus 'ilrish 'ii' 'ifl7lfifl,x i ll Charmsfl was a two-act play sparkling with lrish Wit and humor. ,fi . . WXZL 5' The story centers about Peggy and Patrick, a happy couple until diff, X1-n 1 4 Peggy begins to steal all the girls' sweethearts and Patrick becomes jealous. With the aid of O' Noale, an ingenious scheme is laid in which Peggy g',Q61f'g 5' Q35 Lili P I' "' e 4 ' D " - -.. ' -Q "3 X , A , l ' il sk' Jxj 3' I ul lux U lg? ,jvfjfflx , , so M- ll X, -at ll 31 45: " 'APP H' - X 5533, g'l517-vfQ4Wl"i Y L -Queeg all-fwlj f' fy .sq J Q lily fm L! l A L lt f V' ,Agn C 5 1 KAN 7 l 1 l L 1 ' lr l H ' 'J 1 L C C 5 as X fill gulf fxdq clflrjt v g k b 3 , , , , , 'KW masquerades as her brother and Patrick as Mlkes niece. Each, ot course, lglxdy, X A V F, L does this without the other's knowledge which leads to many interesting complicationsg but love leads the way and brings the story to a happy close. g cll.ARAcTERsf Peggy, much admired Irish girl ......... lX'lARGARET SEYFRIED Patrick, much in love with Peggy . , . ,..... lVlARLEN KERN 'Y N 3' Robert, also iii love with Peggy .,., ...... l 'lERBERT HAAS if ' Q Mary, in love with Robert ,.............. NlARGARET SAEGER Mike O'Noale, caretaker of Private Estate .... HAROLD SNYDER Agnes .....................,.......... ll"lAYBELLE HAPPEL 'dri Rosie .. ..................., BflARTl-IA Sllvlluolsls i.grLi. , '2 onus, clelontrsl Elizabeth Koch Claire Edelman Dorothy Nagel Arlene Pehnel Anna Boerstler Mildred Lglpp 3 . I Eva Reimer Mildred Edelman c Altima Iquech :Q . Barbara Troxell lireda Scheetz Naomi Hemng g Eglgherlzgggigsf i lnvlolence Hahn Evelyn Roth , g rled Nerna Thomas Margaret Sloyer Elma l-lordendort Grace Allen Olga Radovich I lllf, :qi f,', 1 Mildred Kahler t Viola Yeakel Beatrice Ragh gf' if 'X' gif Nlrglnla Shankweller Orthla Heyer Verna V ,fa Mir fp l Betty Wunderly Margaret Karch ftge W X galil 4 Eva Werkheiser Kathryn I-laldeman Marguerite Mflbus gf ' gl,., g if iwgi, e Sara Freeman Evelyn Christman Hilllfl KGIIOW Vziflg ' Pearl Pritchman Ruth Segel Dorothy Rubright 5' Nelda Shissler lelelen Phillips Bean-lee Mom-ey l i 5, S alla f , -. -. f ' 4 e I Q l , ' R. as 5 '3 ' 1 f l-'ll 1 w I '72 ,.,2:: W'gi6f , . I " llllll,,el',lx'x'l' :l,,,H ? f' J : I lL?i A ' law . Wk .,,, E "Wulf ,,,,,,,, flffrifff lg Klxl " ' ee 45? " 'R 'U P' l67l Wi' iwwreanir M , - 2 r g W 'NE 'Es s 'gf is - I . M r' B he Crlnnret ' :A QQXXW 'ilfij 'ABN ' xx "HK A Q fi J f N la XX Edwin Hummel BOYS CHORUS: Carl Miller 2 , 712 Arlene Hellick 4 .2 Hamld Rlnkef Forrest Bowers Charles Freeman EF? John Young Franklyn Rubright john Allen ,fx I L 4 Harold Kratz 7' f f? X J Anna Engle Howard Getz Nincent Keller 'SQ 1 5 Millicent Rader Dorothy Koch Herbert Haas 2 ' ,Q f N 7 S - E MJ 16 sc S, . - ll , i vmur Qu mm, en igartg - C - f S . , . . V i E251 Q GHE Senior Class made merry at a Halloween party held in the high w h' school gymnasium on October 28, 1932. Students and members of I Ei the faculty participated in a group of interesting games, directed by the gg-LQ entertainment committee. Z In the "Honeymoon Trip", prizes were awarded to Miss Peters and f W , Howard Getz. gg, At ten o'clock, the guests were ushered to the lunch room where , uf Q. delicious refreshments were served. 't7fw"' X, Music for the occasion was furnished by a group of high school Qiiikl, students. 2' if K . 1 fr N 3 A' 1 'l f P Snphnmurv Mallnmv Pu lgartg I J" Qi N colorful costumes, both funny and clever, the members of the Q A ' Sophomore Class assembled on October 27, in the gymnasium. Eg? "K A 2 .- , , , , A 3 I nfxfgi Signs of merriment were in evidence when the grand march began. gi Prizes were awarded to the following: Prettiest, Freda Sheetzg funniest, I , 1? 'Ya Richard Michael and jack Nagelg most original, Mildred Edelman. ll f 'rr' . . H . . . ,, . .' wi N ' 'f1 Qu? X t ,Q At intervals the guests tripped the light fantastic toe to the strains Zi Ig ' 5 5 of Harold Snyder's orchestra. 9' - if . . . . . . Pill E " M ,, During the evening, delicious sandwiches, crullers and cider were AI fl 5 . . , ,1 -' 1 1 . K served in the lunch room. Y H I A R 27 Ai ' h gf? Ba at QW .M wif' f-,. . .g I qi., .7 if i' gli? "Q, ff. at - H" ' f if 1 Q W A:-mm- 2 1 i as not ... .f +2 'Wi l"'. 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'VE .r Q- f - e..l , 1g.gg B95 he Qtnnznl 'Qi Kkgflfi T 'I in' . f ' ' 2 - , X if of 6 A W' Q grew' x i , as jj V ilinnthall 3 X 's . 1 1' Y X ' . - C - 2 HE heavy football team of IQ3l managed to successfully outdo some g fy . . : If S in strong opposing teams and prevented many of the others from securing k fs ,Q large scores against them. ii - . . mill at The Hrst game of the season was, like the year before, a decided 5:1 victory for our squad. lncidently, it might be mentioned that the final E51 X N score against Coplay Q19-OD was the same as the team of lQ3O had scored. la, lzfvr 'Q ln the second game with Washington, our team was defeated by two l 'Ei , hi' Q gf, touchdowns. , gf if w . . 1- Ta After a two-week Hlay-off," we scored a decided victory over a VTQ X gs-if ?- bewildered Quakertown team, the score ending up 27-O. , A ik' - em 4' 2 The next game of the season was with Pen Argyl, reputed to have 45 Sag 5 quite a combinationg but the Nazareth High team tamed them to a tie 12-12. 1' 7':x,u1 :'-Q? .Catasauqua was the victor the following week. Although they greatly ,,,,, altaittil' 'gif outweighed our boys, the team was able to hold them scoreless the Hrst QQA lb -1 f half. A long pass finally caused our defeat, while a safety added two more 'A NL' 12 6 points to the Hnal score of 9-0. A i mi The Bangor game' was considered the hardest for our team. The 1, E 51 Af. score was seven to nothing in favor of Bangor when a Hghting Nazareth Q Q5 - 'Mk' ' . . ,' .I 'ig-' A team pushed a touchdown over late in the fourth period. They were unable to secure the extra point necessary for victory. .W , . , . E '-QA The game with Northampton was a Nazareth victory of 12-7. , 433-if . . . . "1 'Z' I The annual Thanksgiving game with Wilson was a great E I if disappointment both to the public and to the team, itself. The Nazareth team was conceded an even chance of victory, but it hnally ended in our if .1 g, ny Q - ' defeat. U E fili iffdl 1 KW - GN I , 5 if fy! 5- . W 7 1 1 1 1. 1 A f !4' -. 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" 5 "AY T: lf 4vj,,f,7 A JQYJUTLTEQ Q ij:jff'1?q 5553 E ALW, X A Q -5.1 Y :Y5:1 Lf". fig ,w I. Q lf' 5 it ,gf 7 732' ff X i Lil f sez? s if :XA x'X4w ,Sf iirili -. an an 3' Axim' , ,b ,A Back row: Coach Leh, Ruhf, Shook, Bath, Stverlachini, Cassano, Faculty Mgr Cump Third row: Asst. Student Mgr., Krellsrg H-earn, D-eutch, Knauss Doyle Mahorsky, Werklmeiser, Miller, Uhler Second row: Asst. Stud-ent Mgr., Mastersg Tripp, Schisler, Laudig R1ce Hartman Uhler, McGregor, Garr, Schiery, George Front row: Student Mgr., Zsllnerg Eilaenberger, Yeakel, Shiffert Clewell Capt. Peters, Altemose, Haas, Hummel, Kratz if? u ,'s. swf ffm-,,, A, X r "5tY7ffli 5. I ' ' Liffiffi 5 Ax'7g15,fZ'fQ X Wm ff 4.1 w 'ff f, , 4 Q Q A, X-, 1- L N:.ff:1:bA- , r A s 5-itfszagua. ,V , -. f Qwslwiw wgzgtgf e or Y I-X ,.t,4 .M ,.,,..,,.k+ or x gg: -.f , 'S 3 ff 7 Ciflff gfgh f f,-np, ft Ja' ff ....,,, au..-"'.. -N Y V 1 , 4 xr - 1 V - -uw -. L711 ,. 'sp ' 45, nba ,M idas QQ 1 a aa 'ami 3 aa 3. . , r 1 ,ll . f a te-fe 2 mme 1 e ,se 1 .. . Q :f' Eiqr, f if ' K tj i " was T ' Ztmirkwbif af G 4 kt. 5 ' s, 'ef-3 ff! Q 'wif 14' mf - if if ijnrkrg 1 ,, ' 5 gf' ,axe - C - jg A 55 JNTERSCHOLASTIC hockey games were introduced in Nazareth I-ligh School in the fall of 1931. The sport had been innovated in the A F X e I, beginning of the school year 1930, when hockey equipment was purchased 't ri if and intramural games were played. The large number of girls that took an' .3 ' . QXX interest in this new sport was enough evidence to prove that it would be a 'Q 57 popular one. So with an enlarged number of hockey sticks and balls and E I gg an ample Held measured off for hockey practise, Nazareth High School saw Q T , .SX the dawn of another athletic recreation. F . " rifiii V 33, Games were scheduled with three of the neighboring schools, namely: diff? 215 ' . XS A ' I QE: We Allentown, Bethlehem and Bangor, and out of the six games played the .Q S Nazareth girls succeeded in tieing oneg the remaining five they lost. As li I 5 r s can be seen from the scores, Bangor proved to be the most oppressive ' -ge' v opponent, yet the hospitality that the Bangor girls showed in entertaining e the Nazareth team at their initial game expiated any disappointment they Fey' h felt at their irst defeat. The other two teams were fair matches for if 3 Nazareth and the respective games proved quite exciting. A passing alibi H '59 5 that Nazareth could make for being conquered was the fact that she did " gage? not possess the suitable armor. With this in mind the girls were allowed to I nm, 3 . . . . . "-'ii, X 71 ig? serve dinners tor the teachers thru Institute Week and with the very Q fa , efiicient mana ement of the mothers of the irls and some of their friends V "x it Al" ,wwf , g g . X52 l jr gx they succeeded in earning the grand total of a hundred dollars. With a 5, "'3 part of this money, shin guards were purchased which the girls thoroughly J' y , T A 1 . enjoyed using for the rest of the season. The rest of the money, the team fp -xg I l J CJ' , of 1 1 automaticall be ueathed to the ros ective hockey team, and they X 93 y q p P iw 3 5 5 in turn predict a hopeful future for the sport of hockey in Nazareth High 1 1 wi K. -1 E Z' M School. W -. 1 ,. s " ey: A October 16 ..... .... 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A JV A f' C ' x f G ' ' at 'Jw A' 1- gi A xx I 36795 Z XX V15 .WT ZX 2: ffxgff 3 f Qxgfgj rg? f i 'Q J x . y Y. if x fmafmy 0, X. 4 A ,L EQ ff: ff" , f f W Q fy? axfvilfz f 'gift' Q 1' K lfr- ,YH i t r ffffff TX ,i 3. 2 , ftnffm , 7 x A Q 1 :23 2 f -1 , 'f 1. A4 Q . -, 1-gf - 'QV 3 A N1 Qi! 1 1 cfs?" ' 3 A 1 A ,L x f..f I fu K : f.2'fXT,f?'TL3' V ., . . UIQ f3f"V15L C Yifh' .f , C? I LA!! V g 9- . , i ' 1 -'wr H A' mqlij Sw I- N S - mg N ' k fwyfi-Swsv L f 'I "af" 'C'i'fv1 4 g ,f L-, wal, f,5P ,xff1n3 big,-cgi ' 'Z N ff "vim 5: .4 .15 ff'. . fi' - iw" x - H. Back row: Faculty Mgr., F. Nlcholasg Student Mgr., V. Plottsg Edelman, Carmel, R1 m 512, A191217 'C I Q Deichman, Stannard Yeakel, Capt. Marx Karch Fehnel, Simmons, K gcff 3" -"-, 152: c - e ' ' ' f f-1 x -W - 6 . . . ,f ,gi T Q. Va Fmtchman, Sxegfrxed, Coach Ott -- lygf ,-""'f Front row: Reimer, Kellow, Schlegel Engle Christman Safe- er, Rader fi2i':'. i -'-5,2 "X AQ? , , , S , ,, U, X f N -1- 5. I y '74 7-1. 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'M ' iff 9 li - 3 ' K? 7 Q ,fx Q N x x wil 2 f . , V. 1 E fl 1: lg L0 ,Q if Aw. f A-' Ti fy , f Em f , XX .K gfv A EN eff If A f J ,mx 'P i fgf , ,L Af 'tif , ' if ' .' 77i': v ,- , G 1 " Q 1 r ff 'L C5 f 9"'fE':7: .Nf- . N Q THE BULLY AT THE BANGOR GAME , fr ,l A RN! WSH A ,, Lx L 5114! u .12 bmi!-Q 1 U 51 V, E:-4,7 -, " .V A c ". rs? .sx f - rg: Q5 'gig 13 v:,gf Ql 1' " W -A Z I K W ff M' -I 54,7 xv gi gm E 2 A W7 f L 1.-4 ' 'I ' EQ mg- ' K Xieiefe-1 E' H my lf! 'ii 7 f fi , 'bf 191, f 9 ff ' 7' 9 531352239 HOCKE if M A fg,,f,,5g,Z: Y TEAMS IN ACTION W 4 , ,Wifi U M6361 'f "f Q-:M yjw-if " ' WU f'f,fAffg1f C 3 LW. 1 -jf? A , lf, T fv 15 Rv , sxtgam N 'lf Qf' N xx, ' V f 114 Q , . gn, , 555, A ig , 15 , 1 f7f I 1h72,,,4,.K',a,gunl, I G Q 1 !: ,QE if Ca v ' QZTQ 5 ' 1u2Q?1Z4,v- I f "Jud ' M- 'f' f 1,9 'jgpiyiz- f'TfhiJfl5ji3'g, .. A A W 1 3 A A A A ff y IYQQQQQZJ -+ v ' S 'UxxuA H'?!!1x,g15idOJ LQ? IR ' - N. rf' ' L' C-122, V K --unxwnu mum... .,.. on .. QLLULLBNII G' f X XA? ... 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T T . 1 r h , afwfrw- "1A "a""'-"'s'fT'f?fv2:':' 'fjfmfj "'4?A1"' 'iwfteff' fi' TF' P' 1 tif . ' 'f 3 Wtftew' ' A - e - . . .li R A fr K' Ili'-:K 5,-xujf B-1 'f 'At 'ms 'X 1 X. , "-y!'Q 1 4' 1 I D I Xi , 'K x A X t f lg Q x A 335 'l Y Q l ,. 1 I as 1. X XX , KV f L 'E' iw? Q5 lt X XS af 55. if Q il "li, Sy . 1 X W' ff Ea, J W 5: he sa s Q -lm . 579 'iv . C9 J' EJ 23 ' A .Q lt 1, in-RL Back row: Faculty Mgr., G. Cumpg Stud-ent Mgr., V. Stannardg A. Fennel, A. I-Ielllck A. Engle, E. Christman, M. Saeger, A. Amadore, E. Laudig, M. Mlllh-elm, Asst. Student Mgr., E. Hordendorfg Asst. Student Mgr., M. Karch Front row: M. Kahler, B. Carmel, H. Kellow, M. Simmons, Capt. P. Fritchman D. Deichman, M. Marx, M. Happel, Coach Ott Girlz' 'ilaakrthall .. C - OACH Ott began practising with her team a few weeks before the season opened, as she realized that they would miss the three star players that graduated with the seniors. Although the team was not very successful in Winning games this year, yet the time they spent in practising helped to train the junior members for the ensuing season. Their center, Dorothy y 1 1 - 1.3, f, t -with -, Q K 1 .view NI., xg, rv.. -"ik,,!! 2 mf' 1- l- . "til ' 's f 7133, .' .fel Q, V, al. .. .' e---eye: '. 1 IL 'f,.' -3 14.-,E , .l-hlfgrfl fe V. Q 'V J' 1" 5 ,,. L. ,. "". F5321 I .4 l., 1: .P X- l, "K wi.: -Q -"" ' vm. , ,fag 1,3 .Fu,f'1'a . .i .ft fi M K if 7 f '. f .. X . ,f .1 . A -sf f 51. , , ffl f. f. - .- 1- ' ll V f". 'V K ., ..1 V . N -rl-1 fy - ' 1 .fri .:. A: ve: . . . . ' ' 'Sri' Deichman, is the only Graduating varsit layer. ' I QM N , ei tv . , . A 5 lg,,,Qy.H The team won lflVB games, and tied one out of the thirteen that they 1 3 Qfgitgi played. The Hrst game with Wilson proved to be the most interesting of , iff! 25 Ml the season. At the end of the hrst half the o onents seemed to be so much ff' X u p . . . . - f 'ig ,- gn 'gi 5: in the lead that victory for our team was imposslbleg but our players tought f pf . i A . . f fxx hard and b the end of the Game the ' had brou ht our score to a tie with 1' yr 93 4. I. . 0 . . . . . . ti Vyilson. A factor which perhaps helped to incite a lighting spirit in the U 1:35 g girls was the fact that they had new suits. The team presented a pleasantnfgff 1.2 ' E '. picture arrayed in snow White suits. lt is hoped that the girls xvear1ng,Qg!?jlgl,,j' QF, j those suits next year will cooperate to make a victorious team. ff..isf2.lf,, ' iii.-f yt' ia- A .2 T 'Wil vie- f Milf-f - 5 fff 4 A 2:15. T ' , 7-'f f +4 1025! fu -f ga igj f 3, . .. '- f 44' Hggupf- 2 giiff' 2 . 1 " Tj. .,-:-ww -fr? f Q. -I -Q f " 3 .ig 5,1 Q W M, I Gi Sym Q".if,5.'g ,ww H! b 'E .l?,g1,- , 3255 p l 21?lf9.'NX? 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'A Q "' m V QQ! ,, Q 63,2 L L fl, I f D fa' 1 ., ffl' 1 'T 5 Xi .L af 4 ,1 4. t 1 , -1 1 1 X I V 1 111 mfr 1 I ' 1 qi x 4 fl 1 N 11 it A ln' Ulu ' 6 1 '1 1 W f 11 X Q fx t Xi W4-'A 7 fi I 7 ,fl Q Z ' 1 9 mx ff 0 le' 1 1 fi l, 1 gl Q X411 M' xl , 1 ? rf 1 xi' ' it 5 -If T ag V gk Q ,g xy -Q V f XS Xe T' 35, xx PZ .iii if iff: Q? Fi 5 L., bfi. F' 'T Q S ug: 32:1 E nf' 3 :F ' 1 . , if if V? 1,,N F455 sg - T 3 ma 4 ' X an Sw ,T el limi. . 1 L, U95 Jr .Af'W?vif4-- L 'fn N'71,L: 'P' 'Vi ' 'V' 'CA51 C 1 41 xg T' "1 7 ,ff',"'-.!f'f7n.. 1 1' -X A " 1' , -E .ft . Y f riffs, Q , QV, ,Eve Cm? TS A-els 1 lv-5 ,A fs rg my I W1 -1 f Back row: Coach Leh, Faculty Mgr., G. Cumpg Student Mgr., M. Kerng J. Mahorsky H. Laudig, R. Altemose, Asst, Mgrs., H. Enders, W. Steigerwalt, C. Miller Front row: H. Engler, V. Weiss, A. Knauss, K. Altemose, Capt. A. Yeakel, H. Haas, C. Tripp, J. Deichman, D. Michael ' Ifinga' E5-aakvthnll .. C - . HE season of 1931-IQ32 was one of the most disastrous basketball seasons that Nazareth High School has ever experienced. This was partly due to the lack of experienceg there were only two regular varsity men left on our team after the seniors graduated. The season began rather well after the first stinging defeat at the hands of Quakertown, which we later avenged by defeating them on our floor. Although Coach Leh practised with the boys as hard as ever, yet the team always seemed to miss a few points to carry them to victory. K '1 rj, X Kftl, J ' 1 'kg' I W Q ,na 'x 'Ei ltr igfgtlfg if Q Eff Magi T 52'- if f li ' "7 11 N, . 'age f 7 145- 4 1 ' ii ll- ,1 T hwy. x Ml I A NU! -336f N wa ki 1,162 - if K 1 3 . 3 ,X A .M fs: 1 pil 1. V 1 13 .1 1 Ma Q X XXL gjgffll i :X J if 1 fl 1 The bo s realized that thev were fortunate in la ing in a new ' ' Q45 Kkx' . . " . . . O , l ,E 5 gymnasium, with more and better fac1l1t1esg and they hope that the future I g y teams of Nazareth High School will build up a ine reputation for this 4 iylliff' if ?f7 gymnasium! . - if W Z! ? ' ,TH i n vw . nf Q.. i ii- 'ff t ll '., ' -: 141' eff' c 'A' 11' J' Q f T, N .L W fqhlllrnms ,U Q ., X321-1v,1 ' il- all f f f mes- -- '41 A 459 5 ffl! S-an 3 " 'lS?i.3ff"i"e3ZiQ7 Wx: p fsfff, AN 1 ff' ms' " A +1 " 'aff'-"H urls" H ' ffjm xg' 9 it H" Tgygg ai ' 5,1 4 Q diggggese. . 6,90 VQMQ5, W ' 131 3 1-1 fre: 11'2+U.wrf fe 1 11 fl 1' 1 ' 2 . f'Vfl.Tiff?f'a??g11a. -1 , L 11111M:fff1-1,,.... f J . N 77 tif N. 1554955 .. '11Hi1,, ,JA JM --11,211 'lfdif 'i-QQ" turvr' , "U" A ilifft t 3 "1 1 ' " fzff? Q' lu' i T761 ' -1 A., es -P Y V vip I1 47311 Q, M - K 7 3 , 14, -W-v 4, 3 19' 03' v V I ' . K 3 1 If .5 11. .M,A.1yJ1z4 w F - ' W-Q.. 2. ,..- . 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'bail E gl 3 A2 I-T? 3 Dec. 15-Quakertown . . . 25 42 22 40 li ffagi Dec. 18--Bangor ....... 22 36 2I II jan. 8-South Whitehall 4' 20 24 27 5' - 7 1 521' Q 4' - E. l' 'ffl--'. -2'-I f' Y' jan. 15--Bangor ....... 2l 45 22 25 qw 2 , . .4 23 I ' jan. 22-Wilson . . . 22 22 23 46 'ae 5 , 9 jan. 29-Coplay ..... 36 45 24 36 9? 3 Feb. 5-Hellertown .... 28 23 ' 'Gif 3 1 U , 1 1- g 11 1 -4 5 Feb. 12-ASouth Whitehall 41 35 I2 16 f i Feb. l6-QLl2lliGl'tOWl1 . .. 41 44 26 20 Eff, E Feb. 19-Wilson .... 18 38 24 35 1 T A . 1. 414' 3' -,Q ,Q - Feb. 26-Coplay . .. 30 29 16 28 Q9 Mar 1-Whitehall 28 27 27 2I il Q A' Mar 4--Hellertown .... 5 I2 32 - ,512 2' Mar 8-Alumni . . . 37 IQ 33 IQ 'ly' F3 ' i1"'f-LLL fi. 7 . 'V 154 Mwff 35 .31 vu Mar. ll--Wfl'1l'f6l'l21ll . .. 38 54 K3 32 X 2 433- lu, ik jf' Q '7 1 .. knlge 453145-I1 11 ia a iff 1 5 1 rv? F c? f I A " "1 f li fl f 5 F ' W ' et' f- mm... ! ,O inf. ' "H-...'1 - ', .151 22 .. ff 2 W 15.12.11-1' . - ' . 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Euenberger CA Q5 Au H E I Xl-ef M V ni: ' Y f -Q N s 1 ? .52 k f Enaehall Q .Q 'Q .ffm A a s +C- , N H : ,-ns.-. . . . i E' ff 'V fx I-IE baseball season of IQ3I may be considered a success, despite the Q7 H 'X'-w' . . . A' .5 " A t , 5525315 fact that we lost the league championship. This loss was due to a wx defeat at the hands of the Bangor teamg an exciting game of twelve innings .ll MK if li.. my in which Bangor scored her victory in the last inning by an overthrow to 1 5 Q E 'f 3 , the catcher. The other reverse which the team suflered was with Pen Q xl ,XJ v , o' . . .. . . n ' 5 -4- , ' ??' Argyl, the score standing at the rinish 6-3. Ihe remaining games of the 3 55 r . season were won with comfortable scores. i 6.1 , ' ' -F gin a J , W, Ag.. I , A ffl 1 if lj H ,Q 1 A .1 :A A., f ffm' -v "gg M M - ff v -'64 x M 5. 'A :U 355' 5' 1' ., .j 5 Nz , , .af . ,ggtff 'Q T ' 6 X If fu yy Ah hh' .-42? - S 5453 5 45 QN rl?-.L f 1,1551-n ' "1 Q 5120 'gm' M L, qf QW f 4,1 , WV ffqg 2 , ffi lfffg ' l'l s:Qif4:2S1M I , 15" ff iff!! 15 --'A QJQ . ' LlikiqJH"'1 rmjn . . sara.. - A l s--r .... . s it . .1 . ...a LQ!" u 9- f X 'f,,,,,,.1JH, lf,'! lm , ll 'L ,HSL 'Guinea ' E781 ,,.. MA ,. W nmafyrma "-H93 'e M e at e at A N W 5553113 QI H131 S' 49- U 54 U X Aw cf , Q. fl54fI1i ,N , Sifwfrg, a E f, f K L, 5 ' ,Q We -X-:J : al.u, 0 we-N Q5 6 Q' ma y 1 if 6 il? X- ' M 1 , Q l Zsx 'ii F flx A Y I il JRR l 'ffl it all X x f,-ff' f S 3 3 Baseball Svrnrva 1531 lggxil Q X Q it -0- Z Naz. Opnts. " gf? Q Nazareth vs. Coplay . I5 6 Z? V -. Q ' gtg? Nazareth vs. Bangor . . 20 1 tr , ry V 1 Nazareth vs. South Whltehall I2 9 Kale gf? - E Q 48 gsxd' '- X- i Nazareth vs. Pen Argyl . 3 6 gil? Egg 5 Nazareth vs. South Whitehall I3 3 5 Nazareth vs. Bangor . . 7 6 ,2' fQL1fQ5X6 Nazareth vs. Wilson . 5 4 l 6 r,2 ll ' ' 1 T jeff Nazareth vs. Pen Argyl 5 4 jg Us Nazareth vs. Coplay . I7 6 Q f - x 5 ' 1' Q Nazareth vs. Wilson . 4 ll If ' at N I If f .xv 1--we - .Ma K " 1 "T 'Ref' W- 1 hh if ll ' U5 3 4, I 9, 6 j f .5 I z lf 4 he N Q? "4 1 W V w i? 1 I in -ft '. li 627 .g: :: W Tk 1? aaa tv - or 1 " X I-,. IM , 'I . 1 fl, 2 , . ,-.4 X- W - 'WMM ,:-if f s ul Qin ll .- 7 2 lw L 'V' a an ,, . M. 'ls H55 Q ffl ' 'l"'Q if rrr 4 lllllM1,lil"1lllrfzr !' 41 33 , 5 A . : ' l' A. f L-L " "'-M-....,,.n .--- ,..., . .--w . 'xl f ' .f--leL'fg'p. ,,. mx wsemnml f W "ff,,,,,,,xMf . ,. 6 , 5 1 ll 80 'S 9 SN, 'Xml X J ' HUMQR Z ff? ff ' 'EP 1' jk QP!-Q 00, - D 4 L ri mi1f05,?94B-gc: A2-Z ee R112 IJIIIET If 0 9 5W5f ' Evv. f IV C' 1' mmx xx Q mmf ru g A 5 on C5 . 5 ' - , - . . E ilntrrvatmg iFtrtum M . - C - WFT! ?Q MARGARET SEYFRIED in "Margaret York." X eX r -g I X Jr 0 CHARLES FREEMAN in "Charlie Chan Carries On." MARGUERITE MABUS in f'Night Nurse." HAROLD SNYDER in "Peck's Bad Boy." ABRAM YEAKEL in "The Plains of Abraham." KENNETH SHANKVVEILER in f'Over the Ocean CHARLES SHAFER in f'Dirigible." to Paris." 4 Zh Y 4 Z? , 5 FO DQ! F r Q r 45 Q M 4 fa 2. fz gg ROY HAHN in "Across the Pacific." ' A F ASQ JOHN ALLEN in "The Lone Star Rangers." jig, L. VVYALTER PETERS in "When a Man's a Man." Egg DOROTHY RUBRIGHT in "Flower of Thorn." M S EVA REIMER in "The Right to Love." HQ, 3573, r ARLENE FEHNEL in "Dancing Feet." I I' gf" NELSON BRAIVIER in "The Second Violin." '-A 5' Q' ALBERT KNAUSS in "Make Believe." 6 5 A, JOHN GARDNER in "Sweet Man." -'YFQ MARIE YOUNG in "A Maid and a Million Men." gsif' DUAINE SHIFFERT in "Tomorrow About This Time." I 29' 2 KENNETH ALTEMOSE in "Tarzan of the Apes." ' -, ' WILLIAM ABEL in f'Over the Rockies with Air Mail." E Jag 'K 5 HELEN LUTZ in "The Understanding Heart." 'f H DOROTHY DEIGHMAN in "A Daughter of the Land." -R" 1 5252 ERIKA MARX In "Her Father's Daughter." QQQQSQ, N GRACE BREINIG in "Silver Slippers." TMSR fb M- V I LESTER HARTMAN in "Skippy." 9' HAROLD STOUTID "Master Mind of Mars." 2 ,fi HOWARD GETZ IU "What's Life All About?" 1" "' gl EDMIN HUIvIIvIEL in "The Country Beyond." J 55 V MARLEN KERN in "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer." mf A MIKE KISNER r . LOHN IEBULLER in "Their Yesterdays." , DGAR ABP I" '? ' - Cf, 'Q VICTORIA STANNARD in "Burning Beauty." . ffl 5 .1 5 A EIC-IORIA KOCH in "Little Women." fe? E 'K 5 ggi LIZABETH KOCH I I I D U f E - .lu ROSE MAHORSKY -In lhe Vision of Desire!! I ,, M 5 ' 'il ,wb-Q, LENA SOTTOLANO In f'Rescued in the Clouds. M H 4 hx 2 7551 ESTHER MILLHOUEE In "The House. of Dreams - Come Irue 5 5 V f fm H.. VIRGINIA PLOTTS In Qld-Fashioned Girl." Yay 'Q .H - 'ga MARTPIA SCHLEGEL In "Silver Wings." Y o 5.1 . A ROY YOUNG in 'fKaiuappea." M y Q, T ' GEORGE SHUPP in I' Young Man of Manhattan." I A zl f lk : f l f -'I ' T Q. A5 U 6 .A M MSL? 72 X I A I ,fl yu , ?, hw., sm,5i?I?,' . 1... Q - II, , C3 es- -Y. --.R-I, I Q gp 9.-,M Q - -H. , ' , i r 'H if R- 'r 1 f L 1' -- ' ' :za . Q2 . .. ...... ....... ....... . abr X s l r Mafia p I . X IH, ,,,, I t l E U A 4-gla m Gx retnf " Jag? A X ' "" "WHEEL f82J V A ,,, , ,,,, , -.g,:j'v , , 1 V : ,l A: AN Lggggf "mtg, 'U -mi ffll A-pay f gy. 1 'I he Cflrrmet d o X all , MQ Ag, ' 1 Nt E J mfs' J 'll f Elnrtn sinh Qletnrtz f. l gff! fb Xltfvyffp' f XX ,JN ' il , fi, lfflllll' fly fig 1145'- , f XX 3+ Q n use sf S ,'X- ' Z e HAROLD SNYDER-'The 18th Amendment is as necessary to the United States as moths are to a 'fur coatf' Miss SLOAT-"What is the plural of swine?" tl xt - , Z rw tl -,t' N' E fl 1'3" 3 lil 1 if .ff iajgy l N A rt . rx ,,. J f 1, ff' Q, I 2:17 H ' ' u 33 HAROLD SNYDER- PIXIBS. ,Qliyxfej I 525, r :af lgl figi , ' . . wfrrrfefl MR. CUMP Choldmg up a cube rn Geometry Classj--"One day l told one of jglqlgxfri ' -.. ' . . . . . . lil-"iq-.1 A A the boys thls was a cubeg but he dld not belleve lt. He S211d 1t 5'5" P was a d1ce." t1'il:r45eTf1f is a' '- A lr: 'Z' -Y -- Til' i l u, lx ' in 1 ' K. gig,-,Q Miss SLOAT-HD1d you ever stop to thlnk that lt Columbus hadn't dxscovered t, R 'V Q' - - ff are .Q Y' ea, Amerlca, some other man would have. Fgqagg 5 ' Q r cr v ' rr I- Y x '-lx X lb X 5 ROMAINE R. 33- Uh-huh, Llndbergh. lffggeg-fi! I' 6 lE:21EL,,tlf-Q."c23b' vu ' 1 !,If,443! is MR. CUMP TO WM. STIEGERVVALT--nl was up to your home town last mghtf' XM,,eSr ,Lx -:QM . . ,, GW".-"EQ" ' WILLIAM-'lDo you have relatlon up there? H , tflfh., 'RY' if - MR. CUMP- No.' x'f":gf1rElN , N 9 Q,,,'..vLr ' 'P-'KJ' 'H -ffl M . aw r s -U .. FTE? fi' - VvILLlA1v1-"Well, what were you domg up therer ,lyl lm,.,"bcfrl1,J-'Q' E", , 1 ff-ft a we 1 x my up M5 ARLENE FEHNEL, lil French Class-K nlural for Goose HC-ooses." lvl gt QRS' .l an Xfjil ,xxx e, 1- V A lf' ct J' -WAN 4 if .. ,fa I is f' W lu W ' . V57 Qi Q MR. SHEKLETSKIV--"You should not see ever 'thmff you beheve lll the 'ffm US ft '3 W.. V 2. 4 f , o . lf will ,i ye , 'lx Mug,-' gr f Q , s ig newspapers. ' Iliff ll, , 1... - bl 3 lkykvkljny J, 'gli E Wag? EQJI ,+"e?'b'fl7 RE ef H . , QQnTgr..r-at 'f Y. 5 1-A V its .r,, . 1 J '.4,1,L,3 I ga V L- 1' HALF: W' . A was sa H f-TZ .U -tyfgfg E, N , SB I , 'A,.,i:.iii,,Nsg K ,Y . .r ,Zag f fyf ,514--:Rl Q. " ,, V 9,575 ' pn' I V- S5 75 5 if ,lffif-3."? G34-xl l i ff 1q32 f , f " ' - 0,4 Q., -vim. ,, if .1 ' U1 E I A A-.1 - ' ' V,-Sgr, ff, 3' fi: 1 - , , ,- el 'a 1 l. Li ...es get 4:3 b 5 ,, I A kumht -.ri-:L ykqiggs X3XxQP.y:ui'.L,l?k: iv ty? - A .lllhnit P f ' --ef' A ""t--- ' t-f"ll'u, f F Pl.f.1f.iD -fA.fi1"M2f2f" ' ff r+f-1--f-- 'f,l1ff-nf 1- j,,,v'rlisze2ft-efzzfnreefi4. gg. 5.7, I 83 1 9 Q i ' ja 4911, Wy, 4, nun. , labs yhfli 42-9 3 , G. . ff Mg- 'amy . R we we 5 E me must tEt-+ff fef A A , 1 :f ever ,fa - Fx Q WJWY, f . ' :"' ' ' J A ss ' ' L ' ' .. .af . , 4 2 4 in Q Alf? 01 3 l-T 3 if . . . 2 MR. SHEKLETSRI-"I-Ie was lying on his dying bed." I wa if .14 E ' 7' , . 55 to Then there is the absent-minded professor who parks his Ford in front of Koa.. . qu " a Hre plug and opens the doors, so they may run the hose through it il, in case of nre. p ' F Zlst Z MR. SHEKLETSKI-"What is ordinarily used as a conductor of electricity?" Q2 X JUNIOR-"Why--er--r ---- w gi I MR. S1-IEKLETSKI'-"Correct. Now tell me what is the unit of electrical fa A Xi power " 1 A S 25 JUNIOR-"The what, sir." Eg Z KS MR. SHEKLETSK1-"That will do, very good." i n I QQXX ' f F . . ,, f FOOTBALL PLAYER fin locker YOOITID-HD1Cl you take a shower? " FRESHMAN--UNO, is there one missing?" M' 22,1 X ll Sinn, Q YM1 -I 4 ' Riding is like pulling the trigger of a gung if you are not' loaded, nothing r 5' - happens. ii X? uf' v has . gre: Q MAQ Story writers are queer animals. Their tales grow right out of their heads. Few- ' A 'eg' r., , ' gm W I Cinnamon drops. So does the elevator. 5 Fi? 5 , Qs., The elephant is about the only one that enjoys carrying a trunk-and he 111' l'l2lS lfO. rim.. 53' K i w fb l f Really now H l ' ., Girls, gf 13 lsn't it 1' 51? - Awful fl. I 4 Watching f 5 D -se-ee -i n ,' And have my MD L. , ,ll 2 11.4 I-lim say, Q ff "How beautiful." l gl 5 N. 4322, And then Q A - ffl ' , 7"Q i Find that V 'T I-le's really ilk 91 El A 41. 1 PMQ 1-'QA Q., L- Looking at if 70 1 ' 6 ,J 'SH' The Sunset. T 6? l 4 .yy Q, 1, ,Q, 111.653, l 3, ,-if 'B 'Zh ll 1 af 1 'i it 2 ,. N71 tw l 1 lifts, 5, "1'.s?, 5 Q X ll W f a' r- ?' 'mms ' .T ,Q fl -2" if Tlx V241 .efuilz "Zi m li' Q1-l2,,4,.R"Lf 19" , A -rs' Wil " 1 as S 1 f 1 ef -- ..:fg-..- '-aw-"5 01 5. A 4 P ' 9 fi I llllkh Hllll rm, lun. " l QQ ' X 1, rl A 1 f --il ---s 1-4- ,Janu ar X e ijj52 N imxllrm E841 xg... - f, ' vw '- 4941 lib ,-Y gn fg ,. Y Y f Y Y . , f ' - ,gtg 431 , T X ,K 93 554 W My 'Hggg ' ,1rg:xz4..5 A ' , . ' ' lil 3 . 59 X grmwrg---Q1-f7,Qij,L4s:-,7,.f,u: 'f Q , A, ' . X qty, V., at , :Wd L I 4 f SN , - 1 R139 -- H- . 5. ilil Fil a! jNigl5f,, ,?-,t..f,hJHQ? f r- . 1 -fi 1 1 f i- - V X W f " ' W- - .fr . , V' r D 9 l' .- "z'l.!tfii-T91 if 'mia qgfig lliliijifp 335- U 'H 3 -'I 3 lu l , JERRY fat Swavely's3 Shut off the radio, because HFats" is going to eat a f s? ' s u n d ae. 6 ,iii il 2 k ZXQ A. S. '33-'KHey, listen here brother." fff JERRY- What" am l black? .ffl Yi ' ' f' x X QfQL..f5Qi FX WY-"Fl f v X 4 A . , . - 1 A.. t It S And then we thought we heard a band playlngg but Snyder was only blowing Cid? . x N , " Q QS his nose. Xs'jjQ.'fL -'.. C 1 l N H ' I xi gy, iii, Q MR. SHEKLETSKI Cm Chemistry Classj- There is only one thmg that can "H . . . ,, Spffl EQ cut a diamond and that IS another diamond. llxynyjq-5 " Rf 'fini' A. K. '32-'lWell, then Who cut the hrst one?" 7' ' .M 53" e 'j'lf'lK"Ql- ' 'A tif. i .. . ,. 5? -. MR. SHEKLETSKI- What are the uses of diamonds? 'SJ '53 E. R. 132--UTO announce engagementsf, L" 'Cm .. 3-'ff 54 .1-vi ' A , Miss N1cHoLAs-'lWhy did the mothers teach their daughters?" 1 fl '. fl'L.25'7 l - A. K. '32-HT0 make them better husbandsf' LZ,fQL,Jfgf?3 E N 3 ' 'fyfma F , . f If 'Q Miss NICHOLAS tAfter a general discussion in Economics Classj Now we ll M ikwf---.,fq'2r., M fri 'ft' 1352. wwf go to divorce. QQ2ifQfQQg'i.T, 2 . rg 1 rx I r ' - u fy! 1 ,iii s .gm C. H. 33- VN hats an equilateral triangle? .A Q5-f - ft! QAQ! J M I f ' v Q 3 l-l. L. ' 2-'IOne with all the an les and sides e ual." f ,fill l l 3 if J i 31, 3 g q AY up 4. ' v ff ' y - ' - H x it -l 4' ,al ff' - 1 ,fi C. E. 32- Oh, then it s one with six sides. -lu .gl 3' 'N 'Q w,0,l"" 5? , 1 ' '. ' .i:?lV'l - Y' T91 . "0 , . H . . ' XV in i 'J if jf M. K. 2 m French Classl- Oh! l wrote the wronff thing at the right l lf ,V 5, hyr- A 3 za an f. W, Z, M vc' 1 ,, ' l" iff .L " 4' kiwi: . place. f .t fi? -fe 9 'i i .f 43 NW' ,ez gb- ' - A 1,2 ,arg , "'tT:-iff-,FQ 2 fff W. , ,. 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'I' -Why do Dorothy and Abe walk up Broad Street to go home from the g E high school in the evening? 4 GQ Z X -Would good times be here if we wouldn't have to keep those "prohibition ll I ,Q is agents" around that corner? e f? W4 he . . it si 4 s sl -Would Nazareth High School students stay home and study if Swavely's jg? gtg Eg: doors would remain locked? 5,55 ' ' i . X 561' ix -Whether the disgusted person, reading this, could do any better? l 0 iff' 3 l-low many future "Presidents, and "Congressmen" we have in our high i -5 D r s.. 5' f' hool? Q ' How many meals Marlen Kern eats at home in one week? 5-If' 1 . ' . . . i " , Eff!" -ls Duaine Shiffert always original ? ? ? ? ": . . , ' .56 ml! A Why Miss Sloat d1dn't accept' Harold Snyder's book-report on "Peter 5 'QC' 5 Rabbit and Uncle Wiggely at the Seashore?" 'f 5 - twin -Whether Harold Stout ever took more than two books homeg and if so, 7-A SWA, 3 did he ever really study either of them? He was born in 1914. 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