Nazareth Area High School - Comet Yearbook (Nazareth, PA)
- Class of 1934
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A Chapter in the History
Nazareth High SchoQ1
Edited by the Senior Class
MAY this book be a
treasuring memories of
our high school days and
the good-Will and affection
between the student body
and the faculty.
The Fa-ther of the
Public School System
Board of Education
GOVERNOR GEORGE WOLF
To Governor George Wolf who established and upheld free public
education in Pennsylvania, we gratefully dedicate this "Comet",
"The Pgtheftof The Public School System"
T the end of the trail of 100 years from the little log school house to
temples of learning built of concrete and steel, we pause this year to
celebrate thecentennial anniversaryof our educational system in Pennsylvania.
We, in the county of Northampton, which has had the honor ol' being
Qthe birthplace of the man, through whose determination and perseverance
education was provided for all children, rich and poor alike, highly honor the
memory of that man-Governor George Wolf.
This man, known as the "Father of the Public School System", was
born in Allen Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, August l2lili,
1777, ol German parentage.
l-lis father gave financial and moral support in helping to erect the
"Wolf Academyug and at eight years of age, young George began his
elementary education in that building. After graduating from there, he
passed on to other fields of workg but later returned to teach at the same
school, which was still a private institution.
George Wolf held many positions. Some of these were: lawyer,
postmaster of Easton, clerk of Orphans' Court, a member ol Congress, and
Governor of Pennsylvania, but he is best remembered for his eliforts in
establishing a public school system in Pennsylvania in 1834.
When the committee on education ol' the state House of Representatives,
183o-31, reported an estimation that "ol 4oo,ooo children between live and
lifteen years of age, more than 25o,ooo have not been in school during the
last year", the campaign lor free public schools was on. There was much
excitement over the state as the 1833-34 session ol' the General Assembly
got under way with 'free schools as the chiel' issue.
Governor Wolf said in his message:
'Alt is time, 'fellow citizens, that the character of our state be redeemed
from the state of stupidness and inditlerence under which its most important
interest, the education of its citizens, has so long been languisliingf'
Proponents of the free public schools were victorious in a rather
spectacular battle and the bill was unanimously passed by both House and
Senate in 1834.
Schools began to grow throughout the state but education yet faced
its greatest struggle. 3
Two years later opponents of the school sy-stem began their nght for
repeal, and Governor Woll, who bravely asserted that the new system was
decidedly preferable to the old from every point of view, was defeated at
the ensuing election.
Thaddeus Stevens in the Assembly made a famous speech which won
the victory for free schools.
We, the school children ol today, who are enjoying the benefits ol
this school system, believe as did Thaddeus Stevens in 1835 when he said
of Governor Wolf, "he dt-serves the undying gratitude ol the people lor the
steatly, untiring zeal which he has manifested in favor of common schools."
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HIGH . CHGOQI. - L93-4E
Back Row: Jurasits, D, Uhler, Kidd, R, Uhler.
Front Row: Christmank Nagle, Haldeman, Miss Nicholas, Blveiler, Wunderly,
Werkheiser, Hughes, Carmel, Hugo, Radovich, Scheetz, Hahn, Boerstler,
Schissler, Saeger, Thomas, Heyer,
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FREIJA SCHEETZ EMILY HUGHES
Business M imager
Assistant Business Managers
ANNE BOERSTLER FRANI4 TEIvIIvIEL TRUMAN KIDD
' Literary Editors
ORTHIA HEYER NAOMI I-IERZING
Music Editor Dramatic Editor Social Editor
VERNA THOMAS EVA IVERKHEISER GERALDINE BLEILER
DONALD UHLER KATHRYN HALDEMAN
EVELYN CI-IRISTMAN MARGARET SAEGER
NELDA SCHISSLER FRANCIS STANNARD LOUIS jURAsI'Is
ELIZABETH VVUNDERLY FLORENCE HAHN
DOROTHY NAGLE LILIAN HUGO
FLORENCE L. NICHOLAS
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NAZARETH HIGH SCHOOL
ln the old historic Nazareth
'Gainst the rising sun
Stands out loved Alma Mater
Pride of days to come.
Here with daily tasks we struggle
With our goal in sight
Ever mindful ol' our brothers
And the Blue and White
By thy name, dear Alma Mater,
We shall win the light:
And for us. thy sons and daughte
Days will C,Cl' be bright.
Nazareth High, to thee were pledging
All our main and might--
Never shall dishonor' cloud thee
Nor the Blue and White!
EARL LAUDIG 31
HIGHS CHUQL - L934
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Back Row: C. Flfedlerick Martin, A. Russell Snyder, William M. Bennett
Front Row: Howard I-I. Leh, Elwood J . Unangst, Clara A, Beck,
Charles J. Knauss, Walter E, Kern,
C. FREDERICK NIARTIN
I-IOWARD I-I. LE1-1 NVALTER E. IQERN
Secretnrjf to Board
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FLORENCE L. NICHOLAS, B.
Nazareth High School
East Stroudsburg State
FREDERICK A. MARCKS, rx. iz.
Emaus l-ligh School
Allentown Preparatory School
University of Pennsylvania
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A. B., M. A. A. B., M. A.
ANNE Y, LONG ANDREW S. LEH
B, S. Ph. B., M. A,
Physical Education Physical Education
ADAM E. SI-IEKLETSKI DOROTHY WEIKEL
A. B, B. S.
Chemistry, Physics European History
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D, L' DETWILER JEAN B. CLUTE
Industrial Arts Art
ELIZABETH MARX GUY CUMP
A. B. B. S-
CHARLOTTE DIXON EVA E. STUCKEY
B, C. S. B. S.
MAE YEISLEY E. MABEL ANDERS
B. S. B, S.
EVELYN E, METZ MARY GRIM
S-ecr-etary School Nurse
A n Message
To THE lVlEMBERS OF THE CLASS or 1934, GREET1Ncs:
You are preparing to leave your homes and local school
where you were protected from many of the temptations which
you must face alone. It is my hope that we are as wise as the
birds who keep their young in their nests until the wing muscles
are sufficiently developed to enable them to fly.
Ever remember the standards of right and wrong taught,
by precept and example, in the home, the school and the church.
Try and remember the many blessings you enjoyed-the
gifts of a liberal social group: be determinecl to become a good
citizen, ever supporting those who strive to do what is right and
GEORGE A. GRIM,
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Senior Class Cflicers
First Semester Second Semester
P7'6Sld67lf--FRANK TEMMEL l'reside1zt-FRANK TEMMEI.
Vice-President-GEORGE XVUNDERLY Vice-Preside1zt-KATHRYN HALDEMAN
Secretary-FREDA SCHEETZ Seamtary--DoRo'l"HY Swmvrwoon
T1'easm'er-EMI LY STROUSE Treamre1'-NAOM1 I-I mm NG
Ass't Sec'y and Treas.-STER LING FULS Ass't Secfy and Trans.-G EORGE XVUNDER LY
Student Council-EVELYN CHRISTMAN Stzuieul Cozlmzil-Douo'r1-1Y NAGLE
-FRANCIS STANNARD -FRANCIS STANNARD
Motto: "Let us be judged by our deeds."
Class Flower Class Colors
White Rose Green and White
Senior, Class History
INALLY the moment which we had anxiously awaited arrived, when we,
the class of IQ34, were to become students of Nazareth lligh School.
There were one hundred seven seekers of knowledge about to enter this
higher school of learning from which everyone some day wished to graduate.
Our Freshman class was organized in due time. We were all backward
and bashful at hrstg but to get better acquainted, we held a l'lallowe'en
Party in the junior l-ligh Gym.
Well! we sort of lost our bashfulness when we entered our Sophomore
year. There were eighty-six pupils returning to continue toward their final
goal. During the year, many of our classmates participated in such
extra-curricular activities as Athletics, Clee Club and Debating.
Boy! how proud we were when we entered the junior year. We
knew that we would receive our class rings and would also have the honor
of giving the Seniors a reception. Music for the occasion was provided by
Danny Dever's orchestra. During the year our hearts were saddened by
the death of I-lelen Phillips, a classmate.
Finally on September 2, 1933, fifty-seven of our classmates returned
for our hnal year as Seniors. At the beginning ol the year, the Senior Class
was entertained by the class ol 1935 at a reception. ln February, members
of the "Comet" staff were elected and they started immediately to try and
make this book a success. The Senior play, "The Patsy", was presented on
April zo, in the Nazareth l'-ligh School auditorium.
We are now preparing ourselves for the Hnal goal, Commencement.
We shall soon be going out to begin our life work but we shall always
cherish 'fond memories of our high school days.
TRUMAN Kiop, I-listoriaiz
EDGE TCEOQL -
IRENE BARLIEB "Irene',
This tall, charming Senior lass chose the business
side of life for her vocation. Any business executive
will surely welcome her in his ofllc-e. In seeking a
position or higher education, we wish you all the luck
in the world, Irene
Grlee Club CD
HOMER BATH "Bathy"
Ladies and gentlemen, behold our future big
baseball hero. Homer is also a football man and quite
a ladies' man, too. If you don't believe us ask the
girl friend. How about it "KaVy"? Horner's school
work is outstanding and shows much preparation,
especially in Problems Class.
Best wishes for a career, "Bathy".
Assistant Secretary and Treasurer 119
Class President Q23
Student Council l2J
Latin Club 117 t2J
Football 127 135 Varsity t4l
Baseball L15 Varsity 127 139 Capt. 445
Commercial Club C25
GERALDINE BLEILER Jel 1 y
"Jerry" will be "somebody's stenog" in the near
future and, We suppose, some'body's wife in the far
future: for her pleasing personality and charming ways
indicate that. At present, her interest in a certain
Senior is quite evident. Happiness will be yours, we
are sure, "Jerry",
Commercial Club C23 147
G1-ee Club C35
Blue and White Standard Stall l-41
Comet Staff C41
EHCGQEI CHUQL -
ANNE BOERSTLER , "Jakie"
"Jakie" has a very famous giggle and makes great
use of it, She also makes much use of her blushes. A
good time can be had when she is around. Anne is a
go-getter and has helped the Comet and the "Blue and
White Standard" on the financial side very efficiently,
We Wish you luck in taking up your chosen vocation
of a Dietitian.
Blue and White Standard Staff C15 C25 C35 C45
Magazine Campaign Committee C45
French Club, Vice-President C45
Ass't. Basketball Manager C35
Current Events Club C15 -
Latin Club C15 C25 C35 Comet Staff C45
Glee Club C15 C25 C35 Concert C15
Operetta C25 C35 Hockey C25
C, FORREST BOWERS "F0I'1'l6
A slap on the back and a chuckle are "Forrie's"
ways o-f announcing himself. He sure can make noise
for his size, though yo-u'd never guess it by looking
"'Forrie" has tediously struggled through four years
of Latin as he Wishes to tack an M. D, shingle on his
door. In a few years, We hope we shall be trailing our
ails into Dr, Bowers' oflice.
Class Treasurer C25
Glee Club C15 C25 C35 C45
Orchestra C25 C35 C45
Latin Club C15
BEATRICE CARMEL "Beat"
Beatrice is our champion saleswoman. She sells
anything from candy to "Comets", "Beat" has also
shown her ability in athletics, as Well as in many other
projects which she helped to boost these past four
years. We think she would be a great asset to any
advertising firm, or any fmn that needed business
pepping up badly. Righto! Beat, we're with you.
Latin Club C15 C25
Basketball Varsity C25 C35
Class Basketball C45
Hockey Varsity C25 C35 Capt, C45
Blue and White Standard C15 C25 C45
French Club C45
Glee Club, Operetta C35 C45
Comet Staff C45
Current Events Club C15
HELENA CHAPMAN "Helena,"
A tru-e friend can be found in this young girl, As
Helena intends to seek a position in an oillce in New
York, her commercial training will help her to secure
Here's hoping the big city won't frighten you.
Class Basketball 137 147
Intra-mural Hockey 147
Dramatic Club 147
Commercial Club 137 147
Glee Club 117
EVELYN CHRISTMAN "Moxie"
"Moxie" is certainly a. "live wire". W-e don't
believe she can be still for more than two minutes.
As a result, her liveliness and eagerness to do things
have won her the position of errand girl for the
teachers. H-er interest in drarnatics was shown in the
Senior Play as well as in short plays presented in
assembly. She is contemplating going in training.
If you do, Evelyn, our parting shot will be a
Student Council 117 Ass'-t. S-ec, and Treas. 137 Vice-
Basketball 117 127 137 Intra-mural 147
G1-ee Club 117 127 137 President 147
Magazine Committee 147 Concert 117
Current Events Club 117 Senior Play 147
Dramatic Club 127 147 Comet Staff 147
Operetta 127 137 147 French Club 147
Class' President 137 Latin Club 117
JOHN CORRELL "John"
John is a quiet typ-e of fellow and is quite fond of
science. So far, John has steered clear of women.
Perhaps he'1l become a scientific farmer, for he hails
from the wide open spaces. Best of luck, John, in
whatever you undertake.
Sci-ence Club 137 147
Radio Club 147
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HERMAN D'ACHILLE "Hern1ie"
Hermanks mathematical ability is only one of
several things in which he excels. He practices being
seen and not heard. In the Senior Play he was an
excellent taxi-cab driver, but in real life he intends
to be an excellent aeronautical engineer,
May fortune shine upon you, Herman!
Class Basketball Q23 C33 C43
French Club C43
Senior Play C43
American History Prize C33
LESTER, DAVIDSON Lester
Some day in th n ar futur , We ll stop our car
alongside the road and gaze in admiration at hundreds
of chickens. We'll look up at the sign and read:
"Davidson's Chicken Farm."
We know that is your ambition, Lesterg but keep
this proverb in mind, "Dont count your chickens
before they're hatched."
Glee Club 643
Science Club 643
Class Basketball Q43
Class Baseball 133
Radio Club 143
JOHN DEICHMAN "Jack"
"Jack" is another clown in our classy but he can
be serious, too. His part in the play as a dashing
YOU11g millionaire playboy has made a hit with many
girls. His great ambition is to be an aviator and fly
the skies to his heart's content,
Go to it, "Jack", your classmates are with you.
Football C33 Varsity C43
Basketball C13 Q23 C33 Q43
Senior Play C43
Dramatic Club t23
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BRUCE DOYLE "Bruce"
Bruoe has suddenly become an actor, as perhaps
most of you have seen. He likes to tinker around
machinery. Bruce is also a typical nrst-class boy
scout. Girls, here's your chance to get a "handy" man
around the house,
Good luck, kiddo!
Football Q23 447
Sci-ence Club Q33 C45
Glee Club ill
CLAIRE EDELMAN "Claire"
Claire is famous for her ability to play humorous
roles in our operettas. We ind her just as humorous
when sh-e is with us. As a hair dresser she is quite
well known, and we hope soon -to see her hang up the
sign, "La Claire Shoppeen.
As this is your main ambition, we wish you the
best of luck.
Glee Club C23 C35 645 Secretary and Treasurer C41
Operetta C35 149
Latin Club 113
Class Basketball 139
Senior Play C45
MILDRED EDELMAN . Mllhe
' At a moment's notice, that is, wh-en the word
"test" is mentioned, "Millie" throws laughter out of
the window, and becomes serious. But that dofesn't
last long. Her hum-or is well known by every one in
high school, Her love of children and patience with
them are Hne traits to aid her as a chi1d's nurse.
May you be happy with them, "Mill".
Blue and White Standard Cl?
Latin Club 119 t2J
Glee Club 119 k2J t3J C43
Operetta t3J C43
Hockey Q23 lvlanag-er C33 147
French Club C41
Class Basketball 145
CHARLES EILENBERGEER. "Tosh"
One of our most enthusiastic commuters from
Stockertown is "Sh'arley, vas you dere?" "Tosh"
possesses the real athletic figure, which he uses to
advantage. The athletic world will welcome you as
May you enjoy your work, Charles.
Senior Play C43
Baseball C13 C27 C33
Football CD C21 C35
ANNE ENGLE Beana.
Believe you me, "Beana" is one of our jolly girls
and at great cut up. A giggle and a mop of yellow hair
are her two main characteristics. School work never
gave her much worry for her interests are directed
elsewhere. How about it, Anne?
May luck be with you always, and all your troubles
be little ones.
Class Historian C15 C29 C33
Basketball C13 C29 C33 C49
Glee Club C19 C25 C33 C41
Op-eretta C23 C3l C47
Commercial Club C25 C35 Sec. C43
Class Treasurer C33
STERLING FULS "Sterling"
Sterling is our class midget who comes from the
big metropolis of Stockertown. He may not be very
bigg but nevertheless h-e certainly is active, slipping
here and there where others couldn't get through.
His one ambition is to be a chemistg and after a glance
at his chemistry marks, we can safely say that he
should surely succeed in that field.
Good luck to you, Sterling! l
Ass't, Secretary and Treasurer C45
Class Basketball C33
Class Baseball C23 C35
Science Club C39
SEYGH - 342
FLORENCE HAI-IN "Florence"
Florence is an ambitious commercial student. She
is a willing helper and won't hesitate to give her time
to assist those who need help. She has shown her
loyalty to her Alma Mater by selling candy regularly
at games. Florence aspires to be a stenographer and
We can prophecy from her work here that she will be
a very efficient stenog,
G1eeC1ub113 123 133 143
Operetta 123 133 143
Commercial Club 123 133 143
Blue and White Standard Staff 133 143
Comet Staff 143
KATHRYN HALDEMAN "Katie"
"Katie's" interest in the opposite sex is quite Well
known and can only be rivaled by a few others in our
school. Her sketches for posters have helped to
advertise many of our social events. Her scholastic
standing indicates that she would be successful as an
Blue and White Standard Staff 123 133 143
Class Hockey 143 Ho-ckey Sub. 133
Class Basketball 123 143 Sub, 133
Latin Club 113 123 Secretary 113
Orchestra 113 123 133 143
Class Vice-President 143
Custodian of Music 133
Glee Club 123 133 143 Operetta 123 133 143
Class Treasurer 123 Comet Staff 143
Class Secr-etary 133 French Club 143
WINIFRED HAPPEL Wmme'
"Winnie" is a merry little girl from Stockertown.
As a commercial student, she is quite well known.
Although very quiet, sh-e is a true friend.
We are sure of yotu' success as a stenograph-er, if
you keep on as well as you have done in the past,
Commercial Club 123
Glee Club 113
EDGE CHC , f- L9-3
ARLEINE HELLICK4 "Hellick"
A bing, a bang and a loud noise tells us that
"I-Iel1ick" is near. Talking about Wilson Borough,
swimming, tennis and basketball seem to be her'
main hobbies. Her pet ambition is to be an
Instructress of Physical Education., May you enjoy
life always, as you have while with us here.
Basketball C15 C255 Varsity C35 Capt. C45
Hockey C15 C35 C45
Commercial Club C25 C35 Sec. and Treats, C45
Class Ass't. Sec, and Treas, C15
Glee Club C15 C25 C35 C45
Operetta C25 C35 C45
Current Events Club C15
NAOMI HERZIN G "Herzmgr"
Dancing seems to be second nature with Naomi.
In gym class her acrobatic stunts make us wish we
were as good as she. Her laughter is welcome
wherever she is, for she is always making some
one?s life brighter. As a dancer or a hair-dresser,
your future surely looks bright to us, mate.
Hockey C35 Class Hockey C45
Glee Club C15 C25 C35 C45
Class Basketball C35 C45
Orchestra C25 C35 C45
French Club Sec. C45
Operetta C25 C35 C45
Class Treasurer C45
Comet Staff C45
ORTHIA I-IEYER "Orthia,"
Her house at 'the -end of Belvidere Street is well
known to all of us, and we'r-e always sure of 9.
welcome there. Sh-e is a true pal whose 'writings
have contributed much to the success of this book,
She is musically as well as romantically inclined
and we wish her the best of luck in all her ventures.
Blue and White Standard Staff C35 C45
Dramatic Club C2 C35 Vice-President C45
Magazine Campaign Committee C35
Debating Club C25 Varsity C35
Glee Club C15 C25 C35 C45
Class Vice-President C35
Comet Staff C45
Curr-ent Events Club C15 Latin Club C15 C25
Opleretta C25 C35 C45 Senior Play C45
Student Council C25 Concert C15
'ECQL - 1934
Although living in Bath, Lilian has quite actively
participated in school alfairs. As a typist for th-e "Blue
and White Standard" Staff and for the "Comet", her
time hasbeen much in demand.
We Wish you the best of luck, Lilian, as a typist
or as somebody's wife.
Blue and White Standard C39 C43
Commercial Club, T1'32.S111'-31' C43
Comet Staff C41
EMILY HUGHES "Em"
Once her friend, always her friend: thats "Em".
Work! She isn't afraid of it, small as she is. She has
prov-ed. it with her able assistanc-e in helping to fill
columns of our school paper and pages of our year
bo-ok. Once a nurse, the patients will never f-eel blue
with her around. "Emmie", our pal, success is yours.
Comet Staff Q41
Blue and White Standard Staff C43
Glee Club L13 C27 C39 C47
Operetta 125 133 641
French Club C43
Latin Club 419 Q23
Class Basketball 439
LOUIS J URASITS "Louie"
Naza.reth's good baseball scores were raised
considerably by "Louie's" efforts and his recitations
have shown that he studies as hard as he plays. Louis
has also done much to make the Humor Section of this
book a success,
Best of luck and good wishes from your classmates,
Comet Staff C43
Baseball C35 Q49
TRUMAN KIDD "Kiddy"
"Hail, fellow, Well met." That's Truman, our
favorite optimist. He sees the humorous side of lifeg
but, of course, he has his serious moments, too. When
asked to do a favor for someone, his jovial answer is
always, "Why certainly". This chap can argue too.
His arguments with "Kratzie" have challenged our
interest in Problems Class,
Good luck, pal. May your optimism stay with you
Class President CD
Student Council C17 C27
Class Basketball C37 C47
Historian C37 C47 Com-et Staff C47
Science Club C47 Latin Club C17
SAM KISNER "Sam"
"Sarn's" mornings begin with a ride from Bath to
Nazareth and usually he is wide awake when he
arrives at school. Although he is a man of few words,
h-e is well known around here.
If your aim is to take up a stenographical position,
we wish you heaps of luck, Sam.
Class Basketball C37
Commercial Club C47
EVA KOSTENBADER "Eva"
"Eva" seems quiet and shy on the outsideg but
once yo-u really know her, you'l1 find that she is at
regular pal, Coming from Cherry Hill she has quite
a long walkg but she doesn't seem to mind it and takes
it quite as a matter of course. She likes Nazareth
quite a loft since a certain b-oy lives there. His name?
Well, that would be telling,
Good luck, Eva, in whatever you do.
Class Basketball C37
Dramatic Club C37
Glee Club C47 Oper-etta C47
Commercial Club C37 C47
EDGE CHDCZL - IQ34
HAROLD KRATZ "Kl'2Lt4Z"
That Harold is fond of arguing, we all know. The
Kidd vs, Kratz debates in Problems Class have raised
many-points in the discussion of the lesson.
Since Manual Training is your pastime and you
also wish to make it your life work, we wish you the
best of luck, Harold.
Glee Club C29 C39
Football C19 Varsity C29 C39 Captain C49
Student Council-Vice-President C29
Class President C39
Class Basketball C29 C39 C49
Student Council C19
Manual Training Prize C29
Latin Club C29
JOE MAHORSKY "Joe"
' Joe is one of the quietest boys in our class. Here 1
you will find a true friend, Joe likes sports and has
been a member of the varsity teams during his high
We're all wishing you miles of smiles and good luck,
Bask-etball C19 C29 C39 C49
Football Varsity C29 C39 C49
RICHARD MICHAEL "Dick"
Dick is a peppy little fellow, except when he gets
a "tired" streak.
His basketball ability has helped N. H. S. over
many rough spots, and we were proud to have a star
varsity player with us through our high school days.
Latin Club C19
Basketball Squad C19
Varsity C29 C39 C49
Ass't, Football Manager C39
Athletic Council C49
Class Vice-President C19
Student Council C29
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CARL MILLER "Carl"
Miss Yeisley will be minus a tuba in her orchestra
in September. Our high school will miss the general
use of Car1's car when errands are to be done for high
school events. Not only as an orchestra member but
also as manager of the boys' basketball team has he
shown giood Wiork.
May Lady Luck be your best friend, Carl,
Basketball Mgr, 145 Ass't, Mgr. Q23 43?
Glee Club C19 C25 C33 C45
Football 427 C33 C43
High School Band C27 C35 C43
Orchestra C35 C43
Latin Club cn
Athletic Council C45
Go-od.-naturiedniess is one of "Torn.my's" outstanding
traits, especially when he lends his valuable assistance
in English to a certain Senior girl,
This old World won't scare you. Tommy, all of us
wish you happiness.
Vice-President, Out-of-Town Association 64?
Current Events Prize C19
Student Council Q37
Class Basketball 62? C33 64?
Class Baseball Q23 C39
Science Club L33
LESTER MILLER "Lester"
It didn't take Lester long to make himself known
in our class when he joined us. His Witty remarks in
the different classes have given us many a laugh.
Lester believes in studying for his recitations indicate
May your happy disposition accompany you
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BEATRICE MOHREY "Beatrice'f
Beatrice is a shy and modest girl, who, unlike the
most of us, prefers to keep quiet. We know Beatrice
expects to be a stenographer and we also know that
she will be a capable one. Her shyness will not prevent
her from being somebody's competent stenog or
somebody's loving wife.
Glee Club 123 133
Dramatic Club 123 133 '143
Commercial Club 143
Operetta 123 133 143
DOROTHY NAGLE "Dot"
A diligent worker is Dorothy, willing to work and
never grumbling about it. Her business ability has
helped us many- a time for our Year Book and for the
Senior Play, Take it from us, her marks are of the best.
. Lady Fortune tells us that someday you'll be
somebody's perfect stenog,
Ass't Sec, and Treas. of Commercial Club 123
Commercial Club 123 133 143 Treasurer 133
Senior Play, Business Manager 143
Blue and White Standard Staff 143
European History Prize 123
Glee Club 113 123 133 143
General Science Prize 113
Current Events Club 113
Dramatic Club 133 143
Student Council 143
Operetta 123 133 143
Comet Staff 143
OLGA RADOVICH Olga. '
Olga is quite a versatile lass. She shi-nes in
whatever she undertakesg whether it be in dramatics,
debating, or helping to make this book a success.
As you are undecided in the choice of your
lifework, we suggest that you try dram-atics, Your
class is backing you, Olga.
Debating 123 143 Varsity 133
Dramatic Club 123 Secretary 133 President 143
Class Basketball 123
Blue and White Standard Staff 133
Comet Staff 143 Editor-in-Chief
Glee Club 113 123
Oratorical Contest 133 First Prize
WARREN REINERT ' "warren"
Hunting is Warren's hobby. Who knows, maybe
in years to com-e, he may become very famous for
just that. Warren is also the tallest boy in our class
and has opened the windows many a time for the
As a big game hunter we Wish you as much success
as Frank Buck.
G1-ee Club C43
Class Baseball C33
Class Basketball C43
Science Club C43
MARGARET S AEGER P01 ky
Although "Porky" is our class cut-up, she can also
H11 several other roles quite well. Her melodious voice
and dramatic ability have helped to make a success
of two of our operettas and the Senior Play. However,
she still seems to ind enough time to devote to a
certain Sophomore. As a dietitian, she will be able to
cater to his constant appetite.
I-Iomeroom Asst, Secretary and Treasurer C43
Hockey Sub. C23 Varsity C33 Intra-mural C43
Operetta C23 C33 C43 MRJO1' Part C23 C33
Class Ass't. Secretary and Treasurer C23
Blue and White Standard Staff C43
Dramatic Club C13 C23 C33
Glee Club C13 C23 C33 C43 Senior Play C43
Latin Club C 13 C23 Comet Staff C43
French Club C43 Concert C13
FREDA SCHEETZ "Fritz"
Our class is: very happy to have this ardent little
worker with us. Freda has shown h-er leadership'
throughout the four years of her high school career.
She intends to take up teaching, and we are quite sure
that her pupils will like her as much as We do.
Heaps of luck, Fritz!
Blue and White Standard C33 Editor-in-Chief C43
Dramatic Club, Vice-President C33
Athletic Council, Secretary C43
Magazine Committee C33 C43
French Club, President C43
Student Council C23 C33
Class Vice-President C23 Oper-etta C23 C33 C43
Glee Club C13 C23 C33 C43 Latin Club C13 C23
Current Events Club C13 Class Basketball C23
Class President C23 Com-et Staii C43
Class Secretary C43 Concert C 13
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NELDA SCHISSLER "Nellie"
"Nellie's" ready giggle has thrown many a solemn
class into gales of laughter, whether we got the drift
or not, She is always willing to help and once she
starts a thing, she never gives up till it's finished and
done well, Her one and only ambition is to maintain
a chicken farm. We hope that all her "peeps" will
grow into big husky egg layers,
Glee Club C23
Latin Club C11 C21
Class Basketball C37 C43
French Club C49
Comet Staff C41
DONALD SIEGFRIED "Don"
Donald has only been with us for a short time
and we are happy to have him graduate with us. He
is a very quiet boy, who usually knows his lessons. He
is also a baseball player and plays as hard as he works.
May you succeed, Donald.
Baseball Varsity C45
Glee Club C47
HILTON SHAFER "Hilton"
Hilton's athletic figure is the result of having to
run to school just before the last bell, Another of his
exercises is rolling an-rl mowing their lawn, which can
not be over-looked by any means. Now, of course, we
A don't mean that Hilton lacks interest in school work.
He has proved himself the sales champion for selling
tickets for our Class Play.
Good luck, Hilton,
Class Basketball C13 CC2J C39 C47
Glee Club C33 C43
Class Baseball C13 C25
FRANCI S STANNARD , "Biff"
4"BifE" is one of the gang Who's always ready to
start something, I-Ie's also one of our athletes and a
good rooter. His happy-go-lucky and carefree attitude
make him a likeable fellow who can croon our blues
May your optimism help you on the road of life.
Student Council, Ass't. Sec. and Treas. C47
Comet Staff C47
Football C27 Varsity C37 C47
Athletic Association, Ass't Secretary C37
Baseball Varsity C27 C37
Basketball C27 C37
Glee Club C17 C37
EMILY STROUSE Emily
Behold our class Titian-haired maid-en. Although
Emily's greatest interest is not in school, she does not
let that' distract her mind from her studies. Throughout
her high school career she has participated in a great
We suppose you Will seek a position as stenographer
after leaving school. If you do, good luck, Emily,
Class Basketball C17 C27
Current Events Club C17
Commercial Club, President C47
Student Council C17 C37
Class Vic-e-President C27
Class Treasurer C47
DOROTHY SWARTWOOD "Dot"
Dorothy's performance in the Senior Play was
really remarkable. Besides being active in dramatics,
"Dot" takes a keen interest in athletics of all kinds.
She is a good sport and always Willing to help us, if
necessary, Her classmates sincerely wish her success
Blue and White Standard C37
Current Events Club C17
Class Basketball C27 C47
Basketball, Varsity C37
Glee Club C27 C37 C47
Operetta C27 C37 C47
Commercial Club C27
Hockey, Varsity C37
Class Secretary C47
Dramatic Club C47
Class Hockey C47
Science Club C37
Senior Play C47
FRANK TEMMEL "Frank"
We know that Frank is an ambitious, hard working
young man. In his studies he ranks as one of the
highest in our class and as a leader, not many can
excel him. Men with Frank's qualities have succeeded
in life and we feel sure that here is another great man
in the making.
As you ascend the ladder of success to fame, our
best wishes follow you,
Student Council, President C43
Class Piesident C43
Class Secretary C33
Senior Play C43
Debating Club C43 Varsity C23 C33
Oratorical Contest C33
Class Basketball C23 C33
Football, Varsity C33 C43
VERNA THOMAS "Verna"
This sedate young lady is rather quiet, at least in
school. Verna. has shown her worth as an eilicient
basketball manager and we are sure she will show that
same worth and eificiency as a, nurse, to which she is
looking forward. If her patients will like her as much
as we do, she will surely succeed.
Dramatic Club C23 C33 C43
Glee Club C13 C23 C33 C43
Operetta C23 C33 C43
Basketball Manager C43
Class Basketball C23
DONALD UHLER Don'
Our perplexing problem is to decide like "'I'opsy,"
whether "Don" was born or "just growecl". His interest
in athletics has secured for him the positions of
athletic editor of the "Comet" and manager of boys'
baseball. His sensible reasoning in Problems class
has thrown light on many dark subjects.
Good luck, "Donny We're all boosting you.
Football Sub. C33 C43
Baseball Manager C43
Ass't Baseball Manager C33
French Club C43
Science Club C43
Comet Staff C43
Blue and White Standard C43
Athletic Council C43
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"R,ay's" artistic ability has added much to this
book. Not only is he an artist, but also a musician.
Yes, he plays the fiddle. "Raymi" is a good natured
fellow and likes a good joke. His wo1'k in the Manual
Training Department has been much admired during
these past few years.
Keep up the good work, "Ray", and you will
Blue and White Standard Staff C35
Class Basketball C15 C25 C35 C45
Orchestra C15 C25 C35 C45
Latin Club C15 C25 Operetta C35
Glee Club C15 C35 Concert C15
Comet Staff C45 Football C25
A merry giggle and two flashy dimples introduce
Eva on the scene. Aside from this, Eva tells us she is
planning to take up nursing as her career. Her
scholastic work proves that her ambition will not be
a difficult task.
We know you will succeed, Eva, and lots of luck
to you from us,
Blue and White Standard Staff C35 C45
Ass't. Basketball Manager C35
Dramatic Club C25 C35 C45
Glee Club C15 C25 C35
Glee Club Concert C15 Operetta C25 C35
Debating Club C25 Comet Staff C45
Basketball C35 C45 Hockey C45
VICTOR WEISS "Vic"
If silence were sunbeams, this chap would never
see a. rainy day. Thats "Vic", His quick thinking and
action have helped the teams many times to reach
their goal. The fainer sex do-esn't bother him Very
much, but someday a girl will be lucky, May the rain
clouds never cross your path, but may the sun always
Football C15 Varsity C25 C35 C45
Basketball C15 Varsity C25 Captain C35 C45
Baseball C15 Varsity C25 C35 C45
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ELIZABETH WUNDERLY "Betty"
"Betty" is one of our best all-round students and
We couldrrt begin to list all the things .in which she's
intersted, Her typing ability and readiness to help
at all times have been a valuable aid to the "Comet"
and school paper, She is also adept in Shorthand,
and so-on she'll be a great success in the business world.
Current Events Club C15
Glee Club, Concert C15 Op-eretta C25 C35 C45
Commercial Club C25 C35 ViCB-P1lSSldfE1'1t C45
Dramatic Club C35 Secretary C45
Blue and White Standard C45
Comet Staff C45
Hockey C35 Class Championship Team C45
Class Basketball C45 Manager C35
GEORGE WUNDERLY "George"
George is our Walter Winchell. He is "in the
know" on everything that happens and can give us
all the details. Georges greatest desire is to be a
physician and we know he will succeed in that Held.
May good luck be with you, George.
Latin Club C15 C25 C35
Debating Club C25 Varsity C35 Secretary C45
European History Prize C25
Class Vioe-President C45
Ass't. Secretary and Treasurer C45
Blue and White Standard C35 C45
MAURICE ZELLNER 7 Cllner
This fellow hails fro-m Hecktown, although he is
seen quite frequently on the Easton Road. Maurice
toiots a gay melody on the trtunbone. You may have
seen him with it in the Nazareth Band. In whatever
field of life you wander, may it be one of happiness,
Ass't. Football Manager C25
Orchestra C15 C25 C35 C45
Class Basketball C35 C45
Dramatic Club C25 C35
Football Manager C35
Science Club C35 C45 Debating Club C45
Athletic Council C35 Band C25 C35
Latin Club C15 C25 Football C45
17.711 I I HIGH 4 E-4 L93
H FTER leaving the suburbs of Philadelphia, the powerful car sped
along the road, for the two girls demanded that they reach the
Poconos before ------ "
"Poconos ---- Philadelphia?" ---- I murmured to myself. "Here I am
sitting on my deck chair on the 'Europa', bound for New York and I'm
reading about places near home. Nazareth--let's see--one--ten--it's eleven
years since l've seen it. 1934--and fifteen years since I graduated from
High School. Little, I thought then, I'd be a buyer for Frazier and Martin
Inc., but I guess hardly anyone thought they'd be doing what they are,
like--like--." Then I suddenly realized I didn't know what even one-fourth
of my old classmates were doing and right there, I suddenly decided I'd take
the trouble to End out--anyway, I did need a vacation.
I was eager to Qsee New York harbor and after the ship docked the
next day, I soon reached the hotel where I usually stayed. At dinner, I
was seated near three gentlemen, who, I imagine, were politicians, and since
I had nothing to do while I awaited my order, I centered my attention upon
them. Upon hearing them mention Pennsylvania several times, I pricked
up my ears and the following is a part of the conversation I heard:
"I'm watching that senator from Pennsylvania. He has good ideas
and everyone knows it. He fights for what is right and it'Il get him some
where," the one gentleman said.
"Yes, he certainly has his name in all the papers and he has everyone
talking about him, too," another added.
lVly curiosity thus aroused, I bought a paper as soon as possible, and
there was the name of none other than I-Iarold Kratz in big, black headlines.
There was the hrst name to my list and I hadn't even searched for any.
Something told me that this would be easy, this job of mine. Then another
idea dawned upon me. You know, if you look for something, you can't
rind it, but if you don't want it, there it is. Why couldn't this apply here?
With this thought, I entered a taxi and decided to report to my hrm.
Having done my work satisfactorily, and having won my point about
the vacation, I strolled out to the room where the mannequins were displaying
'costumes before the customers. After greeting several old friends, I was
attracted by several new faces and by one especially, for though I seemed
to know it, I couldn't place it. I casually asked one of the salesladies, who
seemed shocked at my not knowing the leader of society, married to one of
the wealthiest men in the East. After hearing that her name before marriage
had been Orthia I-leyer, I couldn't understand why I hadn't recognized her,
but after all fifteen years does make a difference. '
Naturally, I spoke with her and found she was the same old Orthia I
had known before. We talked about old times and she thought' my-idea
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concerning a vacation such a good one that she decided to accompany me.
She told me that Evelyn Christman, who came to see her occasionally,
was happily married and living in the now, large town of Edelman. Evelyn
had been a quite well-known nurse but couldn't resist answering "yes" to
the fatal question.
She also knew that Anna Fngle was secretary to a prominent lawyer
in Cleveland and Arliene Iflellick had won several places lor America in the
She wasn't a bit surprised when I told her that I heard Raymond
Uhler had won much fame abroad as an artist, 'lor she said she had expected
as much since he illustrated our "Comet,"
I asked about some ol the other girls, lor somehow or other, I had
lost all track of them.
"Yes", she answered, "I wonder what has become of Kathryn and
Naomi, but don't forget what you said about things turning up." With
that we dismissed the thought and planned to see a show in the evening.
We went to see the sensational hit "Zarunfla" with Nancy Ilill as the
star dancer, and the instant she appeared on the stage a flash ol recognition
crossed our laces. We glanced at one another and both murmured, "Naomi".
Yes, Naomi Iflerzing was the renowned Nancy Islilll
With some dilliculty, we found our way back stage and presented our
cards. Ol course, Naomi was as glad to see us as we were to see her: and
she was able to help us, lor though she and Kathryn were lar apart, they
Kathryn 'lelaldeman had followed an artistic career and had made a
great success of lt. She was, at present, in Florida making a series ol
sketches and had written that she had met Florence llahn there. lflorence
was private secretary to the manager ol a branch plant ol the Nazareth
Waist Company located there.
She also told us that Kathryn had recently visited Nazareth, which
by the way, was now a city. Ihere she had found Beatrice lVIohrey happily
"Oh", I hastily interrupted, "what about Eva Werkheiser? You
know they always were chumsf'
"That's right", Naomi exclaimed, "I meant to tell you, she's head
nurse of jefferson I-Iospital in Philadelphia."
"What a memory I have," she added, "for lrlelena Chapman is right
here in New York. Il you remember, she always said she'd come here and
she did. She's secretary to the manager ol' the "New York Chemical
Corporation", the hrm with which Frank Temmel is head chemist. Remember
how good he was in chemistry? lfle certainly chose his lilie work well".
"By the way", she began again, "did you see Forrest Bowers?"
"No", I answered, "why?"
"I-le.was playing in the orchestra tonight and I thought perhaps you
had seen h-im."
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Naomi suddenly remembered she had an engagement and so we left
rather hurriedly. Orthia and l planned to go the next morning to see Eva,
just for old time's sake. k
We met early the next morning and after wasting about fifteen
minutes debating whether or not we should go by airplane, we Hnally left
for the airport. There to our amazement, we boarded a plane piloted by
Hilton Shafer and which he told us had been constructed from plans designed
by Herman D'Achille. This greatly added to our comfort for we felt
unusually safe. Hilton was able to tell us that Charles Eilenberger was
manager of the New York Yankees. Speaking of baseball, Emily Strouse
was the wife of one of the players on a team in the Atlantic Coast League.
He let us guess who the lucky man was, which of course we could do.
Before we realized it, we arrived at an airport outside of Philadelphia.
We chatted again with Hilton who said he would be staying around there
several days and would be glad to help us at any time. Bidding him
goodbye, we began our half-Hnished journey by car. As fate willed it, we
were blessed with a flat tire and were forced to stop before several immense
buildings, which we learned after a little investigation, were distributing
plants for chickens shipped from farms owned by Lester Davidson.
By this time, the tire was adjusted and we soon reached our destination.
To our disappointment, Eva told us that George Wunderly, a now famous
doctor, had been there only half an hour before to attend to a special case.
He left for Buffalo where several doctors were having a consultation and he
told Eva that Dorothy Swartwood was the only woman doctor asked to be
"Good for Dot", Orthia said, "I knew she could do it".
Eva, too, enlightened us on the whereabouts of two more classmates.
On her last t'rip home, she visited our Alma Mater and discovered there Irene
Barlieb as private secretary to the principal and Dorothy Nagle teaching
Eva said she was going home and if we'd care to do so we could
Of course, we promptly accepted her invitation and then l remembered
Hilton. He might take us homeg and as soon as Eva was ready, we left
for the airport.
Hilton was glad to see Eva and glad to help us and, on top of
everything, he fsaid he had a surprise in store for us.
After flying a short time, Hilton landed the plane at, what seemed
to be, a privately owned airport.
"Come on", he said, "l'll show you something."
We walked a short distance and soon beheld between the trees, what
seemed to be, an ideal home in a perfect setting.
We all gave an exclamation of surprise. Hilton, however, calmly
proceeded: though we feared, perhaps we were trespassing. I
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By chance the owner herself answered the door and again an
exclamation passed from our lips.
"Nelda--Nelda Schissler", we chorused.
"None other but", she simply answered and ushered us in.
Nelda told us that she had made a fortune with her chicken Ia'rm
but now she was keeping them just because she liked them. She was
entirely happy with her home and hobby.
She insisted that we stay for the evening: for among her guests
would be Claire and Mildred Edelman, Beatrice Carmel and the mayor of
Claire Edelman owned a large beauty salon in Nazareth and Nelda
said she had no competition, for her work was unexcelled. Mildred EdeIman's
work, of course, we guessed. She had been a chiId's nurseg but now was
busy taking care of her own babies, her house and her husband. Beatrice
Carmel, too, had decided that marriage was her career and had changed her
name to King. Verna Thomas was another who couldn't refuse a proposal
from the right man and was now living in Easton. Nelda made us feel at
home and as we sat there chatting, a mantel clock chimed five.
"Good heavens", Nelda exclaimed, "the radio--I never miss him."
Who's that", I asked, "for after all she hadn't said who."
Biff Berky", she answered.
Yes, of course, of course", I answered, rather dryly.
Oh", she exclaimed, looking puzzled and then saying, "you don't
know who it is, do you? lt's 'Biff' Berky, the croonerf'
Seeing that I was still in the dark, she finally said:
"Francis Stannard, to you."
"Oh", I uttered rather weaklyg but how was I to know?
After listening to BitT's program, we went to our rooms to dress for
the party. '
Guests began arriving for the dinner and we were delighted to see
the girls. Beatrice told us that Anna Boerstler was teaching Home Economics
at I-Iood College and she had spoken to the girls at Nazareth lligh several
times on that subject. She also knew that Margaret Saeger had been a star
in several plays but had hnally given up this career to marry a man who
had played opposite her.
Emily Hughes had been home to visit her parents two or three
months before and had stopped in to see Mildred. She told her that she
was taking care of three children in a wealthy family living on Long Island.
She was very contented with her work for it had always been her ambition.
just then dinner was announced. As we seated ourselves, whom
should I see at the head of the table but Truman Kidd. Ilad Nelda
forgotten to mention him? I was anxious to speak to him, but I couldn't
be rude and shout from one end of the table to the other. Orthia, at my
side askecl me about him, but I knew no more than she. At the close ol'
the dinner, Nelda rose and asked the mayor of Nazareth to say a few words.
"Oh, yes, but who--who--" I thought.
The answer to the question was soon revealed for Truman Kidd rose.
Nelda told us that she had purposely told Truman to keep out of
our way for she had wanted to surprise usg and l must say, she certainly did.
We learned from Truman that Carl Miller was a member of the
Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra and advised us to listen for his horn
He knew, too, that Lester Miller was chief electrician with the General
Electric Company at Schenectady.
We were talking about different members of the class when l happened
to mention what l had heard about Harold Kratz doing what was right.
Truman thoroughly agreed and said Harold was investigating a case of
graft at that time. To defend the case Harold had e-ngaged one of the best
lawyers he could get--Olga Radovich from Chicago. Olga had been admitted
to the bar quite a while ago and had won practically every case she had.
Truman also told us that Warren Reinert was the owner of a number
of good-sized 'farms on the outskirts of the city. 'He had made use of all
the newest machinery and methods and so had found farming a very
As dawn was now creeping upon us, we decided to get a few hours
of sleep and then visit Nazareth.
At 8:30 therefore we climbed into Nelda's luxurious car and were
headed toward Nazareth. As we rode along, we saw a huge sign with these
words--"Turn 'right for Green Meadow farms owned by john -I. Correll".
So john had become a farmer! Well, after all, someone had to supply the
people with products.
Nearer and nearer we approached Nazareth and soon the Hercules
Cement Plant loomed into sight.
'fl have half a suspicion", said Hilton, "l.et's stop. l want to see if
l'm right. You wait here while l go in."
When he appeared again. he was accompanied by Maurice Zellner.
who was chemist at the plant, and Sam liisner, who was bookkeeper. They
were interested in what we were doing and told us Sterling Fuls was a
forester down South.
We were forced to say "good-bye" and continuing our journey soon
arrived at Eva's home, where we were heartily welcomed. l-lilton. Orthia
and l each visited our respective homes, but made Eva's place a sort of
When l returned to Eva's place the next day, Orthia was already
there and quite excited. She had been looking through a paper and had
read about Thomas Miller, an influential politician.
While we were planning to go to the high school, Hilton arrived.
excusing himself for being late. At that moment, he remembered he had to
make another phone call and started paging through the phone book.
"Dea--Dee--Dei--oh look", he almost shouted--''Deichman, john--
3i4o Western Avenue. Do you suppose that's jackP',
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We agreed that it might beg and after Hilton made his call, he phoned
to whom we thought might be jack.
The phone was answered by a man. Hilton cautiously questioned
the speaker to see whether or not it was jack and 'lorrttlnately it was. jack
asked us to stop in on our way to the school, which we decided to do.
On our way there, whom should we meet but Louis jurasits. He wars
visiting in Nazareth and was now a lieutenant in the army. He said on
his way to Nazareth he had stopped at Detroit to see Donald Seiglried, who
was employed at the Ford plant as a mechanical engineer,
He also told us that Donald Uhler had married a rich widow and
they had just left jenkintown, where they resided, to take a trip around
Bruce Doyle was electrical engineer at Westinghouse.
As this was all Louis could tell us, we continued on our way to ,lacks
Having found the house, l-'lilton rang the bell and sure enough jack
answered the door. l-le introduced us to his wlle, whom he had met during
his career as a stage and screen actor.
l-le offered to escort us to the high school and on the way he told us
that Homer Bath was baseball coach at Princeton and Richard Michael,
basketball coach at a high school in Pittsburgh. Athletics seemed to have
attracted many of the boys, for Victor Weiss had played All-American
halfback at C. C. N. Y., and was now a coach there.
On reaching the school, we were met by Dorothy Nagle, who as l
mentioned before, was teaching commercial subjects there.
She said Geraldine Bleiler was teaching commercial work at
Churchmanls Business College and Wimfred I-lappel was secretary to the
owner of a large department store in Stockertown.
Lilian l-lugo was companion and secretary to an elderly wealthy
lady. They were traveling abroad now, and there were rumors that she had
attracted the lady's handsome son.
Eva Kostenbader was happily married and living in Nazareth and
Betty Wunderly was teaching typewriting in a high school at Elmira, New
We visited the other rooms and finally the gym. It had been greatly
enlarged and whom should we see there, putting the boys through exercises,
but joe Nlahorsky. joe had been engaged there for a number ol' years and
liked his work much.
As we left the school we turned to get one last glimpse of our Alma
Mater, for we realized how much happiness seeing and hearing about our
classmates had brought us, Not for a moment did we regret the time we
had spent in order to see them. Our only regret was that we must leave
them, each to go his own way.
HGH L f- L934
Last Will and Testament of the Class of 1934
E, the Class of Nineteen I-lundred Thirty-four of Nazareth High School,
in the Borough of Nazareth, in the County of Northampton, in the
State of Pennsylvania, in the United States ol America, being in our sane
minds do hereby bequeath the following:
I To the junioris we bequeath the good times that we had in our Senior
Il To the Sophomores we bequeath the task of car1'ying on in our
lll To the Faculty and ,student body we bequeath the gootl fellowship
that existed between our class, the Faculty, and the entire student
IV We, the Seniors, will the 'following of our somewhat obvious
1. I, Irene Barlieb, will my height to Henrietta Werner. Don't
get lost in the clouds.
2. I, llomer Bath, will my baseball ability to Charles Diener.
Now, we want some results, Charles.
3. l, Geraldine Bleiler, bequeath my dancing ability to Kathryn
I-Iahn. Now watch the fellows rush her.
4. I, Anne Boerstler, give my list ol beaux to lVlabeI Reese. lllay
your list flourish.
5. I, Forrest Bowers, leave my giggle to Ruth Segal. Use only when
6. I, Beatrice Carmel, bequeath my toughness to Kathleen Kienzle.
7. I, I-lelena Chapman, bequeath my dark eyes to Virginia Miller.
Now watch your step.
8. I, Evelyn Christman, will my pep to next year's English class.
Good luck, Miss Sloat.
9. I, john Correll, leave my shyness to john Price. May this
slaclcen your pace.
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ro. I, Herman D'Achille, will my mathematical ability to Paul
Seyfried. This takes some hguring, cloesn't it, Paul?
11. I, Lester Davidson, give my "Chevie" to Volkert Wiersma.
Now you can take her for a ride, Volkert.
12. l, john Deichman, will my popularity to next year's shiek.
Extra! l-lartzell lost in the rush.
13. l, Bruce Doyle, bequeath my knowledge of mechanics to Mark
Koch. Be sure you know what it's all about.
14. l, Claire Edelman, will my impertinence to Nettie Miller. May
you have my luck for staying in classes.
15. l, Mildred Edelman, leave my babyishness to Ruth Kellow.
O. K. Duchess!
16. l, Charles Eilenberger, will my build to Robert jones. l hope
you can beat Wilson in iootball.
1 . l, Anna Engle, ffive m chewin gum to Katie Didivitz. Don't
7 C e Y E
get tangled in it.
18. l, Sterling Fuls, bequeath my height to john Buss. Does that
make things even now?
19. l, Florence l-lahn, will my ability in commercial subjects to
Dorothy Koch. You'll get 90's now, Dot.
20. I, Kathryn, l-laldeman, will my dignity to Ethel Kleckner.
2l, I, Winifred l-lappel, give my freckles to l-lelen Kish. Flash!
Flash! Flash! Paris says dots are all the vogue now.
22. l, Arliene l-lellick, will my athletic ability to Mildred NlcFall.
Now watch America get 'hrst honor.
23. l, Naomi l-lerzing, give my roller skates to anyone who can put
them together. Then we can have fun.
24. I, Orthia l-leyer, leave my bluliing ability to Evelyn Gorman.
You needn't study anymore, Evelyn.
25. l, Emily Hughes, bequeath my slenderness to Anne Kowalczak.
Take good care of it.
26. l, -Lilian Hugo, give my string of admirers to Josephine
Heintzelman. Do you need the telephone directory?
IEVIJIIII I H 015 .dili ' L9
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Louis jurasits, will my interest in Current Events to Kermit
Shook. Someday you may be a senator, Kermit.
Truman Kidd, will my good naturedness to Austin Godshall.
lt comes in handy sometimes.
Sam Kisner, bequeath my bashlulness to Warren Breinig.
Perhaps, now, you can stay out of trouble.
Harold Kratz, will my ability to argue to Wallace Schmidt.
Heaven help us!
Eva Kostenbader, leave my hike every morning to Lorraine
I-leyer. Now you'll have to get up earlier, Lorraine.
joe Mahorsky, give my red handkerchief to Earl George.
Now you can copy Clark Gable.
Richard Michael, bequeath my share of "Porky" to Wayne
Ruloff. Maybe that will help you.
Carl Miller, will my horn to Henry Mikolajczyk, Don't let
it get the best of you, I-lenry.
Lester Miller, leave my witty remarks to Donald Hearn.
Maybe Doris will appreciate them.
Thomas Miller, bequeath my lisp to Samuel Marx.
Demosthenes lisped too, Samuel.
Beatrice Mohrey, give my shyness to Gladys Fleischman. We
are not adverse to this change.
Dorothy Nagle, will my seriousness to Ruth Sandercock. This
is a pleasant surprise.
Olga Radovich, leave my daily task of delivering the absentee
slips to Burnetta Rissmiller. May this keep your form in trim.
Warren Reinert, give my knowledge of farming to Rictor
Auman. Good luck, Rictor.
Margaret Saeger, will my vamping ability to I-lelen Shupp.
Freda Scheetz, leave my small-sized shoe to Millicent Uhler.
A Cinderella in disguise.
Nelda Scliissler, bequeath my plumpness to june Plotts.
Make good use ol' it, june.
I-lilton Shafer, will my lawnmower to anyone who wants il.
Never mind the excuses.
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45. I, Donald Seigfried, give my other halt' to Thomas Starner.
May you both be Einsteins.
46. I, Francis Stannard, bequeath my ability to croon to Gilbert
McGregor. Perhaps you can do something with it.
47. I, Emily Strouse, leave my auburn hair to Renee Harper. We're
waiting for results, Renee.
48. I, Dorothy Swartwood, give my "come hither" look to jennie
Buss. Don't rush her, boys!
49. I, Frank Temmel, will my executive ability to next year's
Senior Class President. May they keep order and agree in
50. I, Verna Thomas, will my numerous jackets to Cynthia Knauss.
Don't catch cold, Cynthia.
51. I, Donald Uhler, ,bequeath my blush to julia Walters. This
would be an asset, julia.
52. I, Raymond Llhler, leave my artistic ability to next year's Art
Editor. You'll need it.
53. I, Victor Weiss, give my football ability to Raymond Reinert.
I-Iarvard could use you. V
54. l,Eva Werkheiser, give my dimples to Arlene Baker. Consider
yourself lucky, Arlene.
55. I, Elizabeth Wunderly, bequeath my commercial ability to next
year's Commercial Class. Now Watch the midnight oil burn.
56. I, George Wunderly, give my curly hair to john Kirlick. Keep
in line, girls.
57. I, Maurice Zellner, will my trombone to anyone who can handle it.
Finally, we bequeath to next year's Seniors our pleasure in publishing
ln Witness, Whereof, We hereunto set our hand and seal, this
twenty-first clay of june, Nineteen Hundred Thirty-four.
CSIGNEDD CLASS or i934
ATTESTS: OLGA RADOVICH
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Farewell, .dear high school, and teachers, too---
Lower classmen. We say adieu.
These happy years we'll ne'er forget,
We owe to you, this one great debt.
When Freshmen we were much distressed
To 'Gnd ourselves so green?
If we were lost 'twas ne'er confessed,
But blushes here and there were seen.
When Sophomores we began to think
Of the goal so far ahead,
We weren't given time to blink,
For up the ladder we were lead. ,
At last the junior year came round
My! but didn't we do well?
Fun and happiness, too, we foundg
'Twas more than I can tell.
As Senirorswe begin to wonder
What the 'future holds in store.
All that We can do is ponder
What is out beyond that doorl
ORTHIA Nl. I-IEYER '34
HIE ECG. .-l ll934f
Our beloved classmate.
Died October 9, lQ32 I
As long as memory lasts
We'll think of you-
Remember ull the things you
Your joyous laughter, too.
Although we go along our way
And see you not,
Please do not think, dear friend,
That we forgot!
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unior Class Officers
First Semester Second Semester
Presidem'-JACOB IsIAR'rzELL President-I5R,xNc:Es l'lAI.DliMAN
Secretary-WARREN BREINIG Secretary-DoRo1'1-:Y Koen
Treasurer-SAMUEL MARX TTELZSZLTE1'-l..ORAlNli HEYER
Ass't Secfv and Treas.-JOHN PRICE
Student Con-zzcll-Doms Fm-1NE1.
Student COIt71Cll-ARLENE BAKER
Motto: "What we do, we do well."
Class Flower Class Colors
Red and White Carnations 'Real and While
Vice-P11eside1zt-WI l.1.fxRD XVISR KIIEISER
Ass't Sedy and Treas.-GROVIER FIEHR
EIJGIH CHOQL -
unior Class History
EPTEMBER 6, 1933, heralded our return to Nazareth High School. We
organized our class and planned a busy year. I
December I5 was the date chosen for the annual junior-Senior Prom.
Through the cooperation of our adviser, Miss Weikel, and various committees
this affair was a huge success. The gym was appropriately decorated in the
holiday colors, red and green, and small Christmas trees gave the gym a
very festive appearance. The evening was pleasantly spent in dancing' to
the music of Danny Dever's orchestra and in playing games.
After much debate, class rings were' selected in january and those
receiving them anxiously awaited their arrival.
Many of our class participated in extra-curricular activities, including
sports and clubs. We were well represented on the staff of the l'Blue and
The leading parts in the'Operetta, "The Belle of Bagdadf' were taken
by members of the junior Class. Our junior Girls' basketball team won
the intra-mural championship.
And now, the goal which we have been striving for has virtually been
achieved-our Senior year! May we carry out the duties which will confront
us, efficiently and whole-heartedly, as have the classes which have gone
Luci LLE I-IAGEN BUCH, I-listoriavz
mql E001 -
RALPH ALTEMOSE ...
GRACE BEAM .....
HARRY BEERS .....
WARREN BREINIG ....
THEDA BROBST ....
ALICE BRODY. ..
.loHN BUSS ....
JOSEPH CASSANO. ..
OLIVE COLVER ....
BETTY DAVIS .....
HARRY ENGLER ......
MARGARET ENGLER. ..
JOSEPH FASSEL .... .
DORIS FEHNEL ....
NIILDRED FEHNEL ....
GROVER FEHR ....
ROSE FINTA ........
ROSE FRANCZAK .....
LENA FRANUCISZIN. ..
XVESLEY GARR .......
MARJORIE GETZ. ..
PAUL GILL ..........
KATIIRYN HAHN .....
ROBERT I-IALBERSTADT .....
unior Class Roll
..."My brother is an electrician. l
. . .Pb:lead.
"He's from Northampton."
"I got it wholesale."
Bashfnl? We wonder! !
"Don't be so dump."
....Next time pn-leeg don't snore.
. . .S1nall, but a sure shot.
. . . . .Beware of thin ice.
Who dug yon np?
"Senor Don--Oh-h! he is gr-rand."
"0hl I met the cutest' fellow!"
. . . . The Dutch Fairy.
" Volkert, my pal."
"I eat Fleischman's yeast."
"He's a Bethlehem violinist."
. . . . Innocence?
. . . . ."One Minute to One."
. . . . .Hl'171 going to be cz scientist!"
. . . . . just a country boy, but oh, my!
....She has prospects for becoming an Editor
indifferent to our females.
Tall of stature.
They call me 'Tuffy' I"
MARTHA I-IALL ....
RENEE I-IARPER ....
JACOB HARTZELL ....
DONALD HEARN ....
LORRAINE HEYER. . .
JOHN KIRLICK .....
HELEN KISH ....
AUSTIN KNAUSS ....
DOROTHY KOCH ....
ANNE KONVALCZK. ..
ARTHUR KRAUSS. ..
EMILY LAUDIG ......
SAMUEL MARX .....
GERALD MEYERS .....
ELAINE OTTINGER, ..
AAIRIAM RINKER ....
EVELYN RUDGE ....
GORDON RUHF ....
RUTH SANDERCOCK. . .
PAUL SEYFRIED ......
KENNETH SHOOK ....
KERMIT SHOOK. ..
LESTER UHLER ....
HELEN XVAGNER ....
JACOB XVALTERS ....
JULIA XVALTERS ......
XVILLARD VVERKHEISER .....
GRETA XVIERSMA ..,.
VOLKERT XVIERSMA. . .
"Oh, my permanent wave.'
"Think nothing of it."
"Love me, love my violin'
What a man!
Curly brown hair, and eyes of blue.
Does he know his Physics!
A winning smile.
She's not going North or South but "Wes,"
Our future Olympic swimming
Are those red cheeks natural?
Diggy thinks in circles.
Henry M.--Sabina's brother.
She makes her "Mark" ! I
What? A clarinet player?
A true friend in every way.
"Keep the floor clean, my poffs janitor here
Never say "die"!
Giggle, giggle--laugh, laugh.
She talks bass.
"If only I were good."
Future basket-ball hero.
A silent boy from the wilds.
"My wave is natural."
Kitty's rather cute--eh?
"Come up'n see me, some time."
They all laughed when I sat down to play
I tank I go back to Svedenf'
Little man--big talk.
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Sophomore Class Officers
First Semester Second Semester
President-GLENN Youwo President-GLENN YOUNG
V ice-Presidevzt-RAY DOUGLAS Vice-President-Mmmm FLOREY
Secretary-RUTH HELLICK Sec1'etar'jf'-WAYNE RULOFF
T1'easm'e1'-ELAINE XVALTERS Treasurer--M1Loman lWCl,:Al.L
Ass't Sec'y and Treas.-WAYNE RULOFF Ass't Sedy and T7'l3!l5.--'S'l'ANl.EY BERGER
Stucle-ntCou1zcil-Mmmm FLOREY Student Comzcil-NIILDRED SMITH
-CHARLES XVUNDERLY -HFos'r15R Dufrz
Motto: "Semper Pergamusf'
Class Flower Class Colors
Red Rose Maroon and While
Sophomore Class History
S we look over our hrst year of Senior l-ligh School membership, we
recall much fun and enjoyment experienced in that one year.
On September 2, 1933, as Sophomores, we made our initial appearance
in Senior I-ligh School. Soon we were busily engrossed in the curricular and
extra-curricular activities of the school.
ln the fall we held our l-lallowe'en Party, which opened with a lolly
pop hunt. In the course of the evening we had an unexpected but welcome
guest. A beautiful black cat added to the weird atmosphere of ghosts and
goblins. It-seemed to take an immediate liking to a member of the Faculty
and remained his companion throughout the evening. Most of the evening
was spent in dancing and playing games. Delicious refreshments appropriate
to the season were served in the spacious dining room.
Almost immediately following this came the football season. The
Sophomore boys aided greatly in making the season a success.
The basketball season also brought to us an opportunity to exhibit
The various clubs claimed many of our members. Two of the major
parts of the Operetta were performed by members of our class. We were
also well represented in the public performance of the Dramatic Club.
Although we have been successful in many respects, we know that we
have yet to realize many ambitions.
We hope to achieve higher goals in the two remaining years of our
high school career, and thus live up to our motto-"Semper Pergamusf'
IRENE BAJAN, Historian
IVV!-111 it I . ll. Eli S -1
Sophomore Class Roll
LCIS ARNOLD .......
RICTOR AUIVIAN. ..
IRENE BAIAN ....
JANET BARIE .....
ALMA BECKER .....
STANLEY BERGER. . .
MARY BROAD .......
JENNIE BLISS .......
LEONARD CARIIIEL. ..
FRANCIS DANIEL. ..
GEORGE DECI-I ......
JOSEPH DEUTSCH. . .
KATIE DIDOVITZ. .
CHARLES DEINER. ..
FOSTER DIETZ .....
HELEN DLUGAS .....
MIRIAM DOMERT. ..
RAY DOUGLAS ......
KERNIIT EBERTS ....
HELEN FEHNEL. ..
STEPHEN FINTA, ..
NIIRIAM FLOREY. . ..
CHARLES FRATIPETRO ......
EARL GEORGE ......
KERMIT GOLD ......
EVELYN GORMAN. ..
CHARLES GoTTo. ..
JUNE GRUBB .....
ELLA HAHN ....
joSEI1I-I HAHN ....
W lJere's E liner?
"Isu't he l2audsorue?"
Miss Sloat's erraud girl.
Hail! fellow, 'well inet.
"I am back to the old one."
"I"ue got 'sax'-appeal."
"H0uk! Hank! Here
"Pudd'1i Head jones"
"f1i1z't I cute?"
"Smile, izow 'watch the
Quiet aud industrious.
The girl with the little
"l'lozedy, down there.
"I did'I1't get time to do
A ehampioin typist.
A big bag of muscles.
We all like her.
Our "he" mau.
"What will I do 'Ieithozl
The belle of Da1iiel's Slate Quarry
He's a good gugv.
Q EDGE - L9'34
DOROTHY HARTMAN ...... "Meat and Ice Cream fMy Specialtyjf'
GROVER I-IAUSER ..... ' ..... "I'ru a hunter." '
JOSEPHINE I-IEINTZELMAN..Whispering jo.
RUTH HELLICK ....
lRENE HOFFMAN ....
ROBERT JONES .....
lVlARY KAVCAK ....
RUTH KELLOXV .....
MARK KOCH .......
JOY KORTZ .......
MAE KRAUSS .....
FRANK KULLER ....
EVELYN LEARN .....
ROBERT LOVELL ....
AGNES NIAGDITCH. . .
NINA NIERLO ......
BERNARD lWETZ ....
JOSEPH NIEYERS ....
ELAINE MILLER ....
VICTORIA MILLER. ..
VIRGINIA MILLER. ..
PHILLIP MOLL ....
lVlAXINE NORRIS ...,
PAU LIN E PAU KOVITZ ,.....
JUNE PLOTTS ......
WILLIAM PRICE ....
SI-IERXVOOD RASH ....
WOODROW RASH ....
Variety is the spice of life.
Brains of the Sophorrzore Class.
"My Freuch coiffuref'
Our "big" little rrzau.
Mary had a little lamb.
As quiet as a mouse.
Will she ever rurz down?
What would he do without Peggy?
N1,7'l1 a rrrilkruarzf'
She takes after her rzame.
I like red.
The graduate from "Nisky Prep."
"Good marks are my specialty."
"My gun arid I."
"Hot stuff, I calls myself."
Figure it out for yourself.
"Nee-1Ia's the 11a11Ie."
Direct arztithesis of Vicief'
Gerztlerueu prefer blondes.
Frail arid delicate.
Her pastirue is walkirzg.
"Going my way?"
Prepare for a laugh, here comes Bi
Our platinum bloride.
Smile, daru you, smile.
ARLENE REESE ....
NLXBEL REESE ....
LILIAN REINERT ....
ESTHER REPSHER .........
BERNETTA RISMILLER .....
RUSSEL ROHN .......
XVOODROW ROTH. . .
WAYNE RULOFF ..,.
PEARL SCHAFFER ....
XVALLACE SC!-IMIDT. . .
EDNA SCI-IULTZ .....
GRACE SCHULTZ ....
HELEN SEGEL ....
ARLENE SEIP. ..
ALFRED SEVI. ..
EARL Sl-IAFER ....
XVALTER SHOCK ....
HELEN SHUPP ....
JAMES SI-ILIIJP ....
ROBERT SIEBLER ....
EVELINE SMITH ....
MILDRED SMITH ....
NELSON SNYDER ....
ROBERT SNYDER ....
THOMAS STARNER ........
CHRISTIAN STERLACHINI ....
IRENE THOMAS ...........
MARION THOMAS ....
MILLIOENT UI-ILER ........
ELAINE WALTERS ....
ANNA VVEAVER .....
JOHN VNIEISS ........
ELTON XVERKHEISER ..... . .
JOHN XVERN ER ......
RUTH WI LSON ....
RALPH XVOLFE ...........
CHARLES XVUNDERLY ......
GLENN YOUNG ......
" Wherefs Kathleen?"
"Can you speak Dzltch!"'
Seldom seen but always heard.
Your glasses are good S'll1Z-7'Ufll!lZf0l'S.
What's it all about?
Blonde Senior S'l'I!JfCl7l31'.
"Play, hddle, play."
Bells, bells, bells, etc.
A second Lowell Thomas.
"Oh! I do1:'t go 'Iufth him, anymore
A stzrdions lad.
Bang! I !
H1,1'l'l on a diet."
How's the weather np there?
An image of Mary Pickford? ?
More spinach, Snyder.
"Webster's my source."
Is he "Rnthless"?
"Oh-h. Mr. Knechtf'
Onr Latin Shark.
Another of "the" Weiss brothers.
Ls1z't it funny?
Small for his sire.
" Whe1'e's Christian?"
Small but mighty.
"Did you ever hear this one?"
Our fag King.
ElQlQf CEIOQL -A 19-34
jx fix A1
Back Row: Miss Nicholas, Christman, Nagle, Fehnel.
Center Row: Dietz, Florey, Haldemzan, Smith, Temmel,
Front Row: Hartzell, Stannard, Young, Hearn,
UR Student Council is composed ol' two members from each class, and
the president of each class. lt aims to promote in all ways the best
interests of Nazareth High School.
The Council approves charters, and recommends appointments for
committees. lt maintains the Lost and Found Department, and conducts
the annual Magazine Campaign. The prolits from this campaign were
used to buy magazines and books 'for the library. A committee ol' the
council also files catalogues ol' numerous educational institutions so that we
may keep in constant touch with the requirements of the best colleges and
The ollicers for the hrst semester were: President, Wesley Garrg
Vice-President, Evelyn Christman: Secretary and Treasurer, Miriam Floreyg
Asst. Secretary and Treasurer, jacob l-lartzellg Lost and Found Department,
Arlene Bakerg Custodian of Documents, Frank Temmel: Filing of
Catalogues, Evelyn Christman, Miriam Florey and Charles Wunderly.
Second semester ofiicers were: President, Frank Temmel: Vice-
President, Donald l-learn: Secretary and Treasurer, Doris lfehnelg Asst.
Secretary and Treasurer, Francis Stannardg Custodian of Documents, Donald
I-learn, Filing of Catalogues, Dorothy Nagle and Doris liehnel.
Blue and White Standard
CCT HE Blue and' White Standard" with new editors has again been
successfully financed and published. This bi-monthly paper is truly
representative of the student body.
The Editorial staff members for this year were: Editor-in-chief,
Freda Scheetzg .Associate Editor, Marjorie Getzg News Editors, Emily
Hughes, Irene Bajang Club Editors, Eva Werlcheiser, Renee Harper: Athletic
Editors, Kathryn Haldeman, Donald Uhler: Alumni Editor, Gladys
Fleischmang Chuckles Editors, Alice Brody, john Priceg Exchange Editor,
Eveline Smith, Staff Cartoonist, Elizabeth Marcksg Reporters: Senior High,
Orthia Heyer and Lucille Hagenbuch, junior High, josephine Manguesa
and Donald Marcks.
The members ol the Business staff were: Manager, Anna Boerstlerg
Assistant Business Managers, Florence Hahn, Margaret Milheimg Circulation
Managers, George Wunderly, Margaret Saeger: Typists, Dorothy Nagle,
Lilian Hugo, Elizabeth Wunderly, Geraldine Bleiler.
Faculty Advisers were: Miss Nicholas, Miss Sloat, Miss Peppell.
Miss Weikel, Miss Etschman and Mr. linecht.
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l-llS year the Commercial Club was organized under the supervision ol
Club meetings were held the third Tuesday in the month. Mr. Frank
Schmidt, who is President of the First National Bank and Trust Co., spoke
on "Clearing Houses and Drafts." Mr. Lantz, a representative ol' the Bell
Telephone Company, explained the method of curing telephone poles, the
mechanisms and installation of the telephone. An interesting visit to the
Waist Mill was made instead of a regular club meeting.
A delightful Christmas party was held in the gymnasium 'lor the
members and their friends.
Members of the Commercial and Dramatic Clubs enjoyed a steak
roast at Black Rock on May 22.
As in previous years, the club again presented typewriting pins lor
speed and accuracy in a I5 minute speed test allowing no more than 5 errors
in any test. There were diiierent awards for dillerent speeds starting with
30 words per minute.
The ofiicers for the second semester were: President, Emily Strouse:
Vice-President. Dorothy Kochg Secretary, Arliene l-lellickg Treasurer. Lilian
Hugo, The 'following committees functioned throughout the year: Program,
Sam Kisner, Cynthia Knauss, Dorothy Kochg Entertainment, Florence llahn,
Christian Sterlachini, Helen Kish.
HE purpose of the Dramatic Club is to develop dramatic ability. cultivate
stage presence, teach stage technique, and acquaint the students with
This club held meetings bi-monthly with Miss Sloat as sponsor.
During the course 'of the meetings diliere-nt members presented one-act
plays and experimented with make-up.
Three one-act plays, "Green Shadows", "My Cousin from Sweden",
and "Two Crooks and a Lady" were presented on February I5 at a public
performance. The net proceeds, which amounted to !il26o.z5, will be used to
purchase play books and make-up.
The officers were: President, Olga Radovich, Vice-President, Orlhia
l-leyerg Secretary, Betty Wunderlyg Treasurer, Wayne Rulotlf.
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l-IE "Romani l-lodierni" or "Romans of Today" met the third Wednesday
in the month with Miss Marx as faculty adviser.
The club was divided into two cohorts which planned the programs
for each meeting. The meetings were opened by the roll call which was
answered by "Adsum." After the business meeting, the members played
Latin games and held "vocabulary bees."
For the assembly program on April 18, the club presented a play,
"Rome and the Modern World." .
The ofiicers were: Consuls, Miriam Rinker and Elaine Waltersg
Scribe, Frances l-laldeman.
HE aim of the French Club is to stimulate interest in the languagej the
customs and the people of France. Discussions concerning these interests
were features of each meeting. Each member of the club corresponded
with a high school student of France. These letters were read and discussed
as part of the club meeting. -
This club met the third Wednesday in the month under the supervision
of Mr. Knecht.
The ofiicers were: President, Freda Scheetzg Vice-President, Anna
Boerstlerg Secretary, Naomi Herzingg Treasurer, Martha Simmons.
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TIJE Science Club again resumed its work under the leadership of Mr.
This club was divided into two groups: the first studied the
construction of theradiog the second studied biological problems.
' An assembly program, which consisted ol' several experiments illustrating
various physical phenomena, was presented on Wednesday, May 9.
The officers were: President, Henry Nlikolajczykg Vice-President,
Ralph Altemoseg Secretary and Treasurer, john Kirlick.
TIJE Out-of-Town Association is composed of out-of-town students. The
purpo-se of this organization is to maintain order in the study room
and in the halls during noon hour.
The officers were: President, Frank Temmelg Vice-President, Thomas
Miller. The president appointed the following students as assistants: Senior
monitors, Herman D'Achille and Winifred l-lappelg junior monitors,
Frederick Gardner and Arlene Bakerg Sophomore monitors, Robert jones
and Evelyn Gorman.
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Back Row: Edelman, Mr, Leh, Miss Long, Miss Nicholas, Thomas, Mr, Gump.
Front Row: Ruloff, Uhl-er, Scheetz, Miller, Hartzell, Seyfried,
Vice-President . . .
Assistant Secretary anal Treasurer . .
Hockey Manager ...........
Basketball Manager CGirIsj .. .
Basketball Manager CBoysj .. .
Baseball M ana ger
Principal of High
School . .
. . . . VVESLEY GARR
.. NVAYNE RULOFE
. . . . JACOB I-IARTZELL
.. . PAUL SEYFRIED
.. . VERNA THOMAS
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I-IE Debating Club met bi-monthly with Mr. Knecht as faculty adviser.
D ' During the meetings debates on current questions were held. This
was followed by a general discussion and criticism of the individual debaters
and their merits. The latter part of the year was devoted to public speaking.
The oflicers were: President, Frank Temmelg Vice-President, Maurice
Zellnerg Secretary and Treasurer, George Wunderly.
N October l2, 1933, another of our musical organizations, the band,
was organized under the leadership of Miss Yeisley.
The oflicers were: President, Charles Wunderlyg Secretary and
Treasurer, Wayne Ruloffg Custodians of Music, joy Kortz and Francis
The band participated in the junior High School Commencement,
june 19, 1934.
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Girls' and Boys' Glee Club
' I-IIS year, again, these clubs were successfully organized under the
direction of Miss Yeisley.
The Girls' Glee Club elected the following ol'lice1's:President, Evelyn
Christmang Secretary and Treasurer, Claire Edelman, Custodians of Music,
Doris Fehnel and Henrietta Werner.
The Boys' Glee Club elected: President, Willard Werkheiserg Secretary
and Treasurer, Grover Pehrg Custodian of Music, john Price.
The Glee Clubs appeared on the following occasions:
May I7 and
1933-Minstrel in Assembly.
18, IQB4-SF. High School Gperetta, "The Belle
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I l-IE orchestra, organized on October io, 1933, met with much success
during the past year.
The oflicers were: PI'ESlLlfi'l1l, jacob Hartzellg Secretary and T lC'l5LllCl
Warren Breinigg Custoclians of Music, Wayne Ruloll and Elizabeth lVl uclis
The music was splenclidly rendered and highly appreciated on the
November 23 and 24, 1933. .junior l-ligh School Play, 'Daddy long
December 1 2
April 6, IQ34
1933 ........ Assembly Program.
1933 ........ Minstrel in Assembly.
1933 ........ Community Carol Service.
1934 .... .... 1 Xssembly Program.
1934 .... .... l Uramatic Club Presentation.
..... . . .. ...Assembly Program.
April 20, 1934 ....... , ..... Senior Class Play, mllillli Patsy
May I7 and 18, 1934 ...... Senior l--ligh School Operetta, Sl lic Belle
june 21, 1934 ........ .... S enior High School Cominenccincnl
CAST OF SENIOR PLAY
Back Row: Herman. D'Achi1le, Frank T-emmel, John Deichman
Bruce Doyle, Jr., Charles Ei16I'1b'81'g'81'.
Front, Row: Evelyn Chnistman, Dorothy Swartwood,
Margaret Saegr, Orthia Heyer.
N Friday evening, April 20, the Senior Class presented a delightful
three-act play, "The Patsy," to a capacity house under the direction
of Miss Sloat.
The story concerns Patricia Harrington, ai girl who "runs second"
to her older sister, Grace. She is the Patsy who is blamed whenever
anything goes wrong, and is forced to remain in the 'background in order
that her sister my be presented to advantage. Her father, a traveling man,
is on her side, and he finally declares his independence by putting Ma in
heruproper place. This brings about Patsy's ultimate triumph, and atlords
her happiness as the bride of the man she loves.
TH E CAST
Bill I-Iarriiigzfotii, the father ............... FRANK TEMMEL
Mrs. William Harrington, the mother.. DoRo'ri-iv SWARTWOOD
Grace I-larriiigtoii, Patsy's older sister .... EVELYN CHRISTMAN
Patricia Harriiigtoiz, The Patsy .......... NIARGARET SAEGER
Billy Caldwell, Grace's fiance .............. jfxcri DEICHMAN
Tony Aizdersoiz, who was in love with Patricia BRUCE DoYLE,jR.
Sadie Bucbaiiaii, a society rival ............. ORTHIA HEYER
Francis Patrick O'Flaberty ...... .... C HARLES EILENBERGER
"Trip" Busty, the taxi driver ......... l-IERMAN D'Act-HLLE
The High School orchestra under the direction of Miss Yeisley,
furnished music between the acts.
The committees were as follows: Business Staff, Dorothy Nagle,
Claire Edelman, Beatrice Carmel., Forrest Bowers, George Wunderly and
Anna Boerstlerg Properties, Kathryn Haldeman, Emily Hughes, Naomi
Herzing, Truman Kidd, Carl Miller and Hilton Shafer: Stage, Harold
Kratz, Raymond Uhler and Warren Reinertg Wardrobe, Freda Scheetz and
Olga Radovichg Make--up. Martha Simmons. '
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l-llS year again, as in previous years, the combined Boys' and Girls'
Glee Clubs presented an operetta, "The Belle of Bagdadu on the 17th
and 18th of May.
Fair Day in Bagdad is marked by the arrival of various visitors who
are presented to the Caliph, and his favorite daughter, jewel, the Belle of
Bagdad. From him they learn that an assassin is abroad who carries a
bomb concealed in a camera. lmmediately the Caliph orders all persons
with cameras to be shot. .
Dick Taylor arrives with his mechanics from Hollywood in search
of a lovely girl known only as "the Belle of Bagdadf' They carry with
them as a means of identihcation some photos which reveal her wearing a
sacred amulet. The mechanics carry a camera to take pictures and are
captured. Meanwhile Dick meets jewel who welcomes him cordially. The
mechanics in disguise capture the real assassin. The Caliph orders jewel to
present Dick with the sacred amulet that she wears, and this identifies her
as "the Belle of Bagdadf'
The cast was as 'follows in order ol' their appearance:
Mrs. j. l-lorace McCann, new flnierican consul in liagdad .Biziwnlcia CARMEI.
Elsa McCann, her daughter ............................. ORTl'lIA llliarlilz
Anne Blakewell, a friend of l5lsa's ........ .... T Zi.lzixm5'l'H MJXRCIQS
Archie FitzGibbons, from dear old London ., ....... joHN PRICE
Zelinda, a dancer ...................... ..... N ,xozvu llERzlNo
Rose, a daughter of the Caliph .. ...lllaNRna'I"m WERNER
Lily, another daughter .............., ...... N l1l.1..lCiiN'l' Lli-ILER
Ali Ben Nlustapha, the prefect of police ...CHR1s'l'lixN S'rERI.AcHlNl
lilassen El Carib, the Caliph of Bagdad . . . . . .vVlll.I.ARD Wlznkmalsiak
je-wel, his favorite daughter .......... ...... l Doms lzlil-INEI.
Bob Ballentine, an airplane mechanic . . . . . .l'3REDERlc:xi GARDNER
Bill Blake, his friend and companion .... .... X VAYNE Rutorrf
Henrietta Whipstitch, a romantic Spinster ...CLAR15 Enlilmixu
Dick Taylor,fr0-in the Super-Snprenze lfilnz Co.. . . .... jixcon llAR'rxEi.1.
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DEAR Com ET:
When I look back upon this school term, I am as proud as a
peacock to say what a grand success each social event was.
It's no use my telling you what a grand and glorious time we
had, unless I really tell you about each one individually, so here goes.
The junior-Senior Prom lived up to its standard splendidly,
as being the biggest event of the year. On December 15, lQ33, the Seniors
and Faculty responded to the invitation of the junior class. There was the
music of Danny Dever's orchestra to dance to, if we wished, and games
for the rest. At 1o:3o refreshments were served in the dining room which was
decorated appropriately for the Christmas season. I almost forgot to tell
you that Naomi I-lerzing and john Young were the lucky couple in the
"elimination dance." When the time approached to leave, we all felt sorry
that this pleasant evening had sped so rapidly.
The Seniors had their own gala event on October 30, IO33,
celebrating the I-lallowe'en season. The party was held in the gym, where
all our events are held, decorated in the l'lallowe'en spirit. Dancing and
games afforded the chief amusements for all present. At 10:30, led by
Harold Kratz, chairman of the refreshment committee, we entered the
candle-lit dining room where refreshments were served. Will we ever forget
this occasion? ,
Last but not least is the Sophomore lclallowe'en party. This
get-together spirit, on October 26, 1033, was initiated by a lollypop hunt.
A novel surprise was in store for us in the form of a pretty black cat which
was promptly adopted by one of our faculty. Leaving the goblins,
jack-0-lanterns and weird witches behind us, we entered the dining room
where sandwiches, pretzels. and cider were served. Dancing to tl1e Stromberg-
Carlson radio was the chief amusement. '
Can you blame me for being so proud? And my only wish is
that next school term's social affairs will be just as successful, if not more,
than this year.
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O we have an Alumni Association in Nazareth? The best way to
answer this question is to review their numerous activities lor this year.
Probably most' important is the Scholarship Fund which has been
set aside for anyone who desires to enter college and needs some linancial
assistance. The sum of one hundred dollars a year lor four years will be
paid to a worthy graduate ol Nazareth High School provided it is returned
after a dehnite period of time.
On March 28th, the Alumni Association presented a delightful
assembly program. Many ol the alumni who lJZll'llClI72ll'CLl were grztduates
within the last ten years.
The association also sponsored two social functions during the year,
a Christmas dance during the holiday season and another in the month ol'
june, at which time the members ol the class ol' 1934 were honored guests.
Both functions were held in the High School gymnasium.
The following prizes were awarded to Nazareth High School students
for 1932-1933: Citizenship, Virginia Shankwieler '33, and Walter Pysher '33,
Chemistry, Romaine Ruhl' ,331 Physics, Prank Temmel Y-34, Athletic tCirlj
Martha Simmons '33, QBoyj Herbert Iilaas '33g Commercial, Martha
Muschlitz ,332 American History, Herman D'Achille '34: European llistory,
Willard Werkheiser ,35, and Samuel Marx '35: Debating, First prize, Olga
Radovich '34, Second prize, Maria Marx '33: Biology, Willard Werldieiser '35,
The ollicers lor the 1933-1934 were: President. Mr. Charles Shimerg
Secretary and Treasurer, Miss Mae Yeisleyg Ass't. Secretary and Trea'surer,
Miss Evelyn Messinger and Mr. Thomas Achenbach.
The Parent-Teacher Association
HE Parent-Teacher Association ol' Nazareth endeavors to maintain a
closer relationship between the parents ol' students and the teachers.
The oflicers for the Nazareth division were: President, Mrs. C. F.
Barieg Vice-President, Mr. A. W. Day: Secretary, Mrs. William jacobsg
Treasurer, Mrs. Asher Hahn. The following committees functioned: Program,
Mrs. F. A. Marcks Qfor the 'first half year! and Mrs. Wilmer Heyer tlor the
last half yearly Membership, Mrs. Raymond Christmang Publicity, Mrs.
Clarence Zieglerg Hospitality, Mrs. Walter Stolllet.
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Back Row: Betz, Mgr. R. Michael, A. Deutsch, E. Deutsch, Kopach, Fehr, Walter,
Knauss, Ass't, Mgr. Beers, Kavcak, Forrest Staxinard,
Third Row: Coach Leh, Ass't, Mgr. Daniels, Rundle, J, Weiss, Miller, Hauser,
W, Reinert, Auman, Kermit Shook, D, Michael,
J. Deutsch, R. Reinert, Faculty Mgr. Cump,
Second Row: Seibler, Uhler, Kenneth ,Sho-ok, Ruhf, Zellner, Delchman, Cassano,
Doyle, Dech, Gardner, Werkheiser,
First Row: Mahorsky, Temmel, Hearn, Gotto, Garr, Captain Kratz, McGregor,
Fratipietro, V. Weiss, Francis Stannard, Bath.
HE 1933 Football Squad had the most successful season since the advent
of Football at Nazareth High School, winning seven games, losing two.
and these two by but one point.
The initial game on September 23, ended in defeat, when the visiting
team, Coplay, trounced us with a scoreof seven to six.
On September 30, the Nazareth team defeated the Stroudsburg team,
a new team on our schedule. The Hnal score was I4 - 6.
Two weeks later, the Emaus boys journeyed to Nazareth and defeated
us with a 7 - 6 victory. 3
On October 21, we got our start in the Slate Belt Championship when
we conquered Pen Argyl. The Hnal score was I4 - o.
The next week, for the first time in our football career, we defeated
Catasauqua. lt should be especially noted that the score at the end of the
first half was 12-0 in favor of Catasauqua and ended l2-I4 in 'favor of
November 4, saw us at Bangor, where, after persistent hard efforts.
we held them scoreless and gained fourteen points for ourselves.
The following week the Northampton High squad was our guest.
but it was not dealt with lightly, for we emerged from the fray with a I3-6
On November 18, Lehighton, another new team on our schedule, was
defeated when they went down on our well-planned attack. The final score
was 22 - 6. '
Our season was successfully completed when on Thanksgiving day,
we defeated our traditional rival-Wilson. The final score was 40 - o.
Those boys leaving the squad do so with regret. but wish their
successons more success than they have had.
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Back Row: Mgr, Edelman, W-erkheiser, Schissler, Chapman,
F1'0I1'l3 Row Z
Wunderly, Coach Long,
Saeger, Haldeman, Swartwood, Capt. Carmel,
Hellick, Herzing, Christmzm,
HE Senior team won the school hockey championship lor ILHYS.
Due to several weeks' steady practice and Miss l-ong's lielplul
instructions during t'hose practices, the girls made a decided improvement
in their playing during games.
Cold weather towards the end ol the season kept the girls moving
and competition was
experience by helping
keen between the classes. The girls also guinea
to referee the games.
jr. vs. Soph. 2--o
Sr. vs. jr. 3-1
Sr. vs. Soph. Q-i
HIS year Nazareth l-ligh sponsored a new and modern plan for its
athletic activities. The girls played only int1'a-mural games in all sports.
The plan aims to eliminate the intense rivalry and strenuous playing
in interscholastic' games, and to teach the girls to play with each other
instead of against each other. This form is more healthful and gives all
the girls who are interested in sports a chance to develop their skill, instead
ol merely developing picked teams. A
The intra-mural games which took the place of the interscholastic
games were even more interesting and exciting than ever, and proved the
plan a success.
Due to this change, a point system has been planned so that students
can still earn the letters formerly awarded for interscholastic varsity playing.
The maximum number of points which may betearned each year is
450. These points may be earned by taking part in hockey, tennis, basketball,
baseball, gymnasium demonstration, soccer, and volley ball.
One hundred is the maximum number of points which a player can
obtain 'lor one sport in a year. Minimum amounts which can be earned in
a game vary according to the sport.
Any girl who obtains nine hundred points will be awarded a letter
"N", Special provision has been made for the members of the Senior class
of "34" who will be awarded a letter if they have earned 450 points by the
end of the school year.
Five extra points will be awarded to each girl who plays on a class
team each time that her team becomes School Champion of a sport. Five
points will also be given to the referee of every game and three points will
be given to the timekeeper.
To be eligible for class games in any sport each player must have
attended at least nine-tenths of the total number of practices in that sport.
Managers will be awarded points by this 'same system, and credits
will be given for leadership, sportsmanship, and posture.
As a further reward, each champion team will have its picture placed
with those of 'former victorious teams.
Back Row: Mgr. Thomas, Sandercock, Coach Long.
Front. Row: Davis, Kish, Marcks, Capt. Koch, Fritohman, Franuciszin, Laudig,
HE juniors proved their athletic ability this year by winning the
intra-mural basketball championship. This lact should insure a
successful season next year.
Because of the large number ol' candidates. each class organized two
teams, with each team electing its own captain. Alter a lew weeks ol'
preliminary practice, the real competition began.
At least sixteen games were played, a greater number than would have
been played in interscholastic competition.
When all of the scheduled games had been played, the junior I and
the Senior Il teams were tied lor first place, each having won lour games
and lost one. The deciding game was played before the Parent'-'l'eacher
Association. From the toss-up until the end, the game was close and exciting.
The juniors had the lead from the start but the Seniors rallied once and
tiecl the score. However. the juniors soon topped them again and stayed
there to win the game.
Following is the standing of the teams at the completion ol' the season:
Won Lost Won Lost
jr. I .... . 5 1 Sr. l . 2 3
Sr. II . 4 2 jr. ll . 2 if
Soph. I .. 3 2 Soph. ll .. . o 5
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Back Row: Coach Leh, Faculty Mgr, Gump, Daniels, Wunderly, Dech, S-eibler,
Deiner, Koch, Young, Cassano, Price, Mgr, Miller.
Front Row: V, Weiss, Michael, Mahorsky, Douglas, Capt, Deichman, Aitemose,
Rash, Engler, J , Weiss.
l-IE 1933-34 basketball season was fairly successful 'lor the Nazareth
High Cagers for they tied Coplay for third place in the Lehigh-
The scores of the games do not show the playing of the boysg for
in spite of the fact tl1at they lost seven of the 'fourteen games, they played
several superb games, especially the second game with Wilson in which they
scored against in the last few minutes of the game.
Varsity J. Varsity
Naz. Opnts. Naz. Opnts.
19-Lehighton . . 27 IQ I3 I9
22-PCD Argyl ..... .. 18 I2 I7 I2
5-So. Whitehall .. 22 18 I3 23
Q--XVllSOl1 ....... 21 26
l2QBHl1gOF ..... 24 I7 22 29
19-Coplay ..... . . 26 IO 18 I4
26-l-lellertown .... . . 43 18 27 I3
6-Pen Argyl .... . . 5o I5 26 16
9-So. Whitehall . . . . 16 42 26 27
I6-WrVilSOI1 ....... . . 26 27 18 25
20-BZll'lgOl' ..... . . 16 29
23-Coplay ..... . . 23 28 22 25
28-Lehighton . . . . 2Q 34 21 29
2-l'lCllE'l'IOWl1 . . . . . 43 27 I7 IQ
Back Row: Gotto, Fratipietro, Michael, Deiner, Coach Leh, Mgr. Uhl-er, Ass't.
Mgr. Shook, Faculty Mgr. Gump, Matthew, J , Rundle, Young, Cassano, Sipos
Front Row: Miller, Zellner, Siegfried, Douglas, Seibler, Capt, Bath, Weiss,
Jurasits, Finta, Hearn, E. Rundle,
OR the third time in the annals ol baseball at Nazareth l-ligh School, the
team has had an undefeated season and has again won the first place
trophy in the Lehigh-Northampton lnterscholastic Baseball League.
The games were all closely contested and, with the exception of the
first game, the victors were not determined until the last inning in any of
The outlook for next year's team is seemingly bright for only three
varsity men, Bath, Weiss and jurasits are graduating. Although these men
will be missed, others have shown their ability to fill these vacant positions.
Hellertown . . . 9 4
Pen Argyl 7 6
Pen Argyl 5 3
l-lellertown . . . 6 5
The SEN IORS
NAME WHAT PM PROUDEST OF
IREN E BARLIEB .....
HOMER BATH ........... ....
ANNE BOERSTLER ....
FORREST BOWERS ....
BEATRICE CARMEL ..... ....
HELENA CHAPMAN ....
JOHN CORRELL .... . . .
HERMAN D'AOHILLE .... . . . .
LESTER DAVIDSON ..... ....
JOHN DEICHJVIAN ....
BRUCE DOYLE .....
CLAIRE EDELMAN. . . . .
MILDRED EDELMAN ..........
CHARLES EILENBERGER .....
ANNA ENGLE ..................
STERLING FULS .....
FLORENCE HAI-IN ......
My height ..................
My good looks ......
My typing ability. . .. . ..
My 'Sax' appeal .... ....
My athletic figure. .
skating ability. . ..
Keeping quiet. . .,
My "Uke". ..
My build ..........
.....Earnie's new Ford. . ..
.The meat-vender ..... "
My skating ability .... . . .
My job ...........
My cooking ability ..... ..."
KATIEERYN HALDEMAN ........ My sex appeal ......
WINIFRED HAPPEL ..... ....
ARLEINE HELLICK ....
NAOMI HERZING ....
ORTHIA HEYER ....
EMILY HUGHES ....
LILIAN HUGO ..,...
LOUIS JURASITS ....
TRUMAN KIDD .....
SAM KISNER .....
My Problems .....
. . . . .My Blond Junior. . .
"My boy" ..........
My language ability .... . . ."
My crooner ......... .... ' '
My report card ....
My "Ana," thema ..... . . .'
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Hey, George! Wait for me."
"When was this?"
"Eddie's diflTerent-he'd hafta be."
"Where do we go tonight?"
"Is that so?"
I couldn't start it."
I'11 be there."
I was there."
You wou1dn't understand,"
What did you say?"
AW, I didlft do nothing."
Are we going?"
"Now, I don't have no boy."
You 'Fuzz' ."
"My boy-friend likes this one best."
Oh! my stripes."
C'mere once, I wanna, tell you sumpin
Is that so?"
"Now-wait a minute!"
'Why certainly! ! !"
Is that right? "
The SEN IORS
NAME WHAT PM PROUDEST OF FAVORITE EXPRESSION
EVA KOSTENBADER .... .... M y daily hike ............... "Oh, gee."
HAROLD KRATZ ....
JOE MAHORSKY ....
RICHARD MICHAEL .... . . .
CARL MILLER .......
THOMAS MILLER ..... . . . .
LESTER MILLER ....
BEATRICE MOHREY .... . . .
DOROTHY NAGLE .... ....
OLGA RADOVICH ..... . . .
WARREN REINERT ..... ....
MARGARET' SAEGER ..... . . .
FREDA SCHEETZ ...... . . .
NELDA SCHISSLER ..... ....
HILTON SHAFER ..... ....
DONALD SIEGFRIED ..... ....
FRANCIS STANNARD ..... ....
EMILY STROUSE ..... . ........
DOROTHY SWARTWCOD ...,.
FRANK TEMMEL .....
VERNA THOMAS ....
DONALD UHLER .....
RAYMOND 'UHLER .... ....
VICTOR WEISS .......
GEORGE WUNDERLY .... ...
MAURICE ZELLNER ,... . . .
EVA WER,Krm1sER ..... ...
BETTY WUNDERLY ..... ....
My dad's car ................
My Girl Scout Membership. J'
My athletic ability .......... "
My "Bari-e"-tone ......
My feminine influence ...... 1'
My energy in Ch-em. Lab. .... "
.My quietness ..........
My dramatic ability ..... . . ."
.My expressive hands ....
My shooting ability .....
My men .............
My a-"Bill"-ity. . ..
My Figure .....
My sidewalks ....
My stoicism ....
My crooning ..........
My "Grab" big man. . . ..
My eyes .............
My Chemistry .....
....My "Jack"-ets. . . ..
My vocabulary ..........
My power over Women ...... "
My girl in Boston .... .
My hair ...........
My girl .......
My dimplzs ........
.Being a girl scout. ..
Gee-ja have your English?
I don't know"
Was you ther?"
"Oh! for Pity's sake."
Chust try it wonsti'
Do you wanta get tough?
We don't have enough mateual
Now, taking the cow by the horns
Hey, wait a minute."
X'Do you have it?"
I'1l smack ya one,"
"Hey, W2-Lit Lil."
"Oh, isn't he cute?"
Any mail for me ?"
"Did I say that?"
Look out, don't bump me
"What dy 9. W3'I'1t? "
Answers to the Qgestions
"WHAT WOLILD YOU DO IF YOU HAD A MILLION DOLLARS?"
CLAIRE EDELAIAN-"l'd buy a blue roadster."
BEATRICE CARMEL-3681431 a dictionary."
MILDRED EDELNIAN-"Buy a butcher shop."
TRUMAN KIDD-ulld buy a yacht."
GEORGE WUNDERLY-"I'a' establish a hospital."
DONALD UHLER-"'l'd give it away."
RAYMOND UHLER-"I'd nse my talent and get two 'l'llllll07Z.H
NVARREN REINERT-'il'a' spend it."
OLGA RADOVICI-I-hYOZl'd be snrprisedf'
VERNA THOMAS-"Spend some of it."
EVA XVERKHEISER-Hlllllllf do yon think?"
HOMER BA'l'H-H1Vl?'ZJ!?7' mind."
FRANK TEIVIMEL-"Oh, gee, I don't know."
CARL MILLER-A'1'd get myself ont of this dnnzpf'
KATHRYN HALDEIVIAN-"l'd nzove to Florida."
MISS METZ-"OlJ, why that?"
MR. SHEKLETSKI-nlfVlJfV ask nie?"
HAROLD KRATZ-H586 the world."
BRUCE DOYLE-HBZLQ' a car for the old man and give half to mother."
THOMAS MILLER-"1'd loaf the rest of my life."
HERMAN DIACI-IILLE--"1 wonldn't work."
DOROTHY SWARTWOOD-"What kind of a joke is this?"
MARGARET SAEGER-HIfVO1tlLf I spend it? And how!"
FREDA SCHEETZ-"I'd hate to tell you."
ANNA BOERSTLER-H You mean what I wonldn't do with it.
MISS SLOAT-HTlJ67'6,S some catch to this."
ORTHIA HEYER-"1'd buy nie an education and a car."
NELDA SCHISSLER-USER America krst, and after that, welli
MR. KNEc:HT4"I think this is going in the school paperf
CHARLES EILENBERGER-"Me, I'd give it away."
JOE MAHORSKY-ffl conldn't believe it, l'd pass ont."
MISS NICHOLAS-"1'd adopt a great many babies and raise them.
I hope there'd be some twins anzong them."
MR. COMP-"Mmm-what's the joke?"
DOROTHY NAGLE-".q02'6 half and spend the rest."
LILIAN HUGO-"I'd never work."
EDGE g C- l9'3
BETTY WUNDERLY-"l'd pnt it in the bank."
GERALDINE BLEILER-l'd get a new car, nrst of all."
FLORENCE l'lAl-IN--nl think 1'd travel."
EMILY STROUSE-"1'd spend some and keep the rest for fntnre nsef'
SAM KISNER-"If I had a million dollars, I'd invest it."
IRENE BARLIEB-"1 wouldnt be sitting here in school."
XVINIFRED l'lAPPEL-HG0SlJ! I don't know."
ARLEINE l'lELLICK--"1'Ll get married."
EVA KOSTENBADER-"I'd take a trip-oh no- I'd buy a new pair of
Miss STUCKEY-nl 'wonldn't quit teaching school."
Things You Wouldnlt Know Unless We Told You
There are really some persons who are going to seek higher education
And a certain tree on Belvidere street is doomed to oblivion by the
hand of two juniors. ,
Emily Hughes is really interested in someone called 'lEddie"-
Donald Uhler is really on a diet-who'd a thought it?
Naomi Herzing doesn't really use peroxide on her hair-well, then
That most of the junior girls are ga-ga about a Senior from
That' Harold Kratz has worn out several sets of tires this winter going
to Wilson-I should know, I'm in the tire business.
That Claire and Mildred were in such a hurry in Chemistry Lab. that
they put the tubing on the wrong end of the burner.
George Wunderly really doesn't have a permanent.
Mildred Edelman really likes children.
joe Nlahorsky is a member ol the Girl Scouts-charter member.
m E 1
GH. E f'l.9T3
When You Build a Little I-lo1ne"-lVlr. Shekletski
May I?"-Seniors - graduate.
I Like Music"-Anne Boerstler
Oh, You Nasty Man"-Exams
Spin a Little Web of Dreams"-Naomi l-lerzing
Henry Made a Lady Outa l.iggie"-Claire Edelman
Boulevard of Broken Dreams"-Victor' Weiss
Flying Down to Rio"-john Deichmzin
Baby Face"-Mildred Edelman
Sophisticated Lady"-Kathryn lelzilclemun
Goin' to Heaven On a Mule"-Beatrice Carmel
I just Couldn't Take It Baby"-lilunking in Chemistry
So Shy"-Beatrice Mohrey
After Sundown"-Bed fmz1ybe?j
Puddin' Head jones"-joe Nlallorsky
Don't Be a Cry Baby"--Anyone who flunlcs in English
Dancing On a Rainbow"-Passed! l l
A Hundred Years Froin Today"--We'll all be dezul.
Turn Back the Clock"-Ouch! l'm lzue.
Keep Young and Beautiful"-Try and do it.
Heaven Only K nows"-l-low I passed.
Looks Like a Beautiful Day"-Let's play hookey.
Roll Out of Bed With a Smile"-All you night owls.
My Dancing Lady"-Evelyn Christman
Temptation"-A chocolate sundae vs. Nelda Schissler
The Last Round-up"-Commencement night.
You're Such a Comfort to Me"--90 in French
just a Year Ago Tonight"-We were juniors
You're In My Power"--Faculty
Beautiful Girl"-Any girl a boy falls for
Hush My Mouth"--Arliene Hellick
What Will Become of Me"-Seniors
Things We'll Miss ----
Monthly tests? P P
Report cards ! !
The Kratz vs. Kidd debates in Problems class.
Raymond Uhler's original ??? jokes.
"Leave the room and report at 3:3o."
Scrambling into our clothes after gym class.
The junior-Senior Prom.
Beatrice Carmel's 'Did you bring your "Comet " money?"
Claire Edelmarfs impertinence.
Vacations and holidays.
Dot Svvartwood's peanuts.
Porky's pig latin and baby talk.
Miss Weikel's greenhouse.
Forrest Bowers' bicycle service.
Miss Sloat's Hone at a timef,
Freda's shrieks when tickled.
Anna Boerstler's stories about the boy friends.
Orthia I-leyer's stories about the same.
Nelda SchissIer's pretzel and jelly bean handouts.
Miss Nicholas's advice.
Good times in Chemistry Lab.
Mr. Knecht's deviations in French class.
Mr. Cump's tall stories.
john Price's stale jokes.
Evelyn Christnian's "I-Iere l am, you lucky peoplef'
Lester Miller breaking things in Chemistry Lab.
Olga Radovich scurrying through the halls.
Miss Peppell's "Quiet, please."
Greta Wiersma's sarcastic remarks.
The Milheim and Koch romance.
Evelyn Rudge's capers.
- EIIIGIIM CEIDQL-L9 4
The Haunted Bookshop
Strawberry Acres-Emily Strouse.
Cherry Square-Eva Koslenbacler
Early Aziturmi-September 7
lane Eyre-Dorothy Nagle
Barren Ground-N. l-l, S. lawn
Years of Grace-Flunking
There's Always Another Year-To come back next year
The Silver Slipper-Belonging to Evelyn Chrisllnun
The Bririzmirzg Cup-Drinking fountain
Cheekers4l-lomer Bath vs. the Y. M. Cl. A. champ.
So Big-Volkert Wiersmzx
Lighted Windows-N, l-I. S. night sessions
Vanity Fair-Eveline Smith
The Iron Woma-ri-Nelda Schissler
Girl of the Limberlost-Lilizmn Hugo
The Harvester-George Wunderly
Sorrel and S011-.lOl1l'l Young and Roberl jones
Bob, Son of Battle--Lester Miller
The Peremzial Bachelor-Frzlnk 'Vemmel
A Master's Violirzdjacob l-Inrtzel
A Weaver of Dreams-Naomi I-lerzing
Beau Ideal-To pass
Mother Carey's CTJlCk67IS-ELl6llUZll'l sisters
The Story of My Life-Comet
Aviation Stories-l-lilton Shafer
Tom Sl1'LUf,V67'-Tl'LllT121l'l Kidd
Dawgs-Freda Scheetz ,
Haunted Bookshop-The Library
Adventures of Francois-Francis Strlnnard
Raiders of the Deefi-Sharks
Twelve Tests of Character-l-lerman D'Achille
HIGH A CHOQL
Remarks Heard While Comet Was In The Making
Hey, you can't read that paper."
"Well, she did."
"She's on the literary stall and you're not.'l
"You're- supposed to buy this book, not read it before it's llnishedf,
"Look out, he took the write-ups."
"Donald, have you finished the write-ups on the games?"
"Oh, no, l'll do them to-morrow."
Oh, no, you won't. You said that before. You sit down there and
do them right now or l'll report you to Miss Nicholas."
"Oh, please, l have to go. l'll do them tonight, honest l will."
"Well, be sure you do."
"Where are my columns? Oh, for goodness' stakes, do you have them
Well, everyone else read them."
If . V ' KK 1 l!
Suppose you be the only one to be surprised when the Lomet
comes out and don't read them before hand."
Hey, lay off of the Prophecy, nobody is supposed to see it."
"Oh, my gray hair!"
Ten Years Hence
Forrest will be a clown in B. ck B. Circus.
Naomi will be tap-dancing in movies.
Raymond Uhler will be a famous cartoonist.
Olga Radovich will be a great' dramatic star.
Margaret Saeger will be a famous ballet dancer.
Harold Kratz will be a famous orator.
W. Reinert will be a 'famous fox hunter.
Mildred Edelman will still be a child's nurse.
HIGH- -. .--.-l93ui
We. the class of I934, wish to express Our sincere appreciation to
Our patrons, Z1CiVCI'tiSEl'S, Zllld friends for their splendid cooperation
in making our HCOMETU 21 Success.
MR. AND MRS. C. A. ANGLEMIRE
MR. AND MRS. STEPHEN BAJAN
MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE BAKER
MR. AND MRS. EMORY BARLIEB
MRS. MARY A. BECK
DR. AND MRS. SEM G. BECK
MR. AND MRS. WM. BENNETT, jR.
MR. AND MRS. j. L. BOERSTLER
DR. R. I. BRAZINA
MR. AND MRS. NVARREN BREINIG
MR. AND MRS. JACOB CARMEL
MR. AND MRS. EDMUND CHAMPION
DR. AND MRS. W. F. COPE
MR. STANLEY FE!-IR
MR. AND MRS. HOWARD Fox
MR. AND MRS. MORRIS FRARLE
MISS I-IENRIETTA FRANTZ
DR. AND MRS. j. A. FRAUNFELDER
AND MIIS. JAMES S. FRY
AND MRS. HAROLD GETZ
AND MRS. GEORGE GRIM
MISS ELLEN HAHN
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE HAHN
WM. j. HAIJPEL
D. E. KEIM
C. j. KN,-XUSS
MR. AND MRS. JACOB KOWALZK
MR. HERMAN LAUDEN BACH
MR. AND MRS. F. A. MARCIiS
AND MRS. HOWARD LEH
REV. AND MRS. PAUL S. NIEINERT
MISS CHARLOTTE iViICHAliI.
MR. JOHN Mll,LER, -IR.
NAZARETI-I PARENT-TEACHER ASSO.
DR. AND MRS. CALVIN NICKEL
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES NICHOLAS
MISS FLORENCE NICI-IoI.AS
DR. AND MRS. H. C. POI--IL
MR. AND MRS. ZIVAN RADOVICH
MR. AND MRS. j. A. SCHAEFFER
MISS EVELYN SCHEETZ
MR. AND MRS. A. Ll. SCIIISSI.I2R
MR. AND MIQS. ARTHUR SCHMIDT
MR. AND MRS. F. H. SCI-IMIDT
MISS PEARL SCHNERR
DR. AND MRS. E. A. N. SEYFRIED
MR. CHARLES SHIMER
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM SILFIES
REV. AND MRS. H. C. SNYDER
MR. AND MRS. CLIFFORD TAYLOR
MR. AND BARS. P. S. TRUMBOWER
DR. AND MRS. N. C. UHLER
MR. E. j. UNANGST AND SONS
WoMAN'S CLUB OF NAZARETH
MRS. F. N. WAONER
AND MRS. THOMAS XVEIL
MR. AND MRS. H. P. YEISLEY
NAZARETI-l :-: PENNSYLVANIA
No Kingsport, Tenn. No Penn Allen, Pa.
N0 Clinclineld, Ga. No -Bath, Pa.
No. 3-Ricl1ardCity, Tenn. No -Portland Point, N. Y.
No -Nazareth, Pa. No Valley junction, la.
E. bl. UN.,xNGs'r, President E. lTR.fl.NTZ, Cashier
W. li. Srilmeiz, l'ice-President
How Many Lessons
ln An Education?
You do not worry about the l2,000 lessons you
will have learned before you complete your high
school ecluczition. Do not worry, either, about how
many deposits ure going to be needed to reach "at
iortuncf, .lust keep saving Z1 little hit at ai lime.
persistently, and financial independence will he
yours early in life, instead of lute-or never.
We Pay Three Per Cent Interest on Savings Accounts
The Second ational Bank
"THE HANK Ulf Rlifll, SERVICIJ'
Keystone Portland Cement
"A BETTER CEMENTU
HIGH EARLY STRENGTH PORTLAND CEMENT
1400 So. Penn Square, Philatlelphirl, Pa.
Philadelphia New York Boston
Chwrchmcm Business College
W. E. Cl-IURCIIMXN, Priluripal
A Thorough Business Training. What we have done lor others
we can do lor you. Ask the memhers ol the Class ol logs who
entered last fall, what we did lor them.
Accountancy and Business Administration, Commercial, Secre-
tarial, Stenographic and Preparatory.
Advanced Classes lor High School Graduates.
Day and Evening Sessions. Students may enter at any time.
Graduates assisted to positions. Catalog and Accountancy Bulletin
mailed upon request.
I6-I8 South Fourth St. : : FASTON. PA.
Nelda S. '34: "The movies are t5c lor children."
Donald U. '3.t: "l'm going to put my knee pants on."
Nelda S. '34: "So am I."
Kraemer Hosiery Company
S U P E R B
GLGVE SILK UNDl?RWl.EAR
All Styles and Colors
The Best Lesson
You Can Learn-0
"ls to Bank Your Money"
fu The book that will teach you more than any other book, is .E
the Bank Book. lt will teach you the value ol' money-the
---5 best lesson any person can learn. We offer you the Safety 5-H
g and Service ol' our strong bank anal will pay you three per S
1 cent interest. 5
Nazareth National Bank
and Trust Company
ONE OF THE STRONCEST BANKS IN PENNSYLVANIA
Miss Sloat to Raymond lf. '34: 'Stop slvoulhzg under your breath."
SALES - SERV l CE
Hahn Chverolet Company
Geo. W. l'lAl-IN, Proprietor
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS
ESSO GASOLlNE, OILS AND GREASES
ATLAS TIRES X TUBES ACCESSORIES
1 ' LU -.-
47 So. Broad St. Nazareth, Pa.
W. K, SHIMER, President l-. G. PETERS, Treaseurer i
GEO. I-l. NVIQLTY, Seerelmjv
The Nazareth Coal 86 Lumber Co.
COAL, LUMBER, l'lARDNVARE AND
430 and 436 South Main Struct
Building Paper Lehigh and
Lead, Paints, Vnrnishes Scrunlon "Blue" Coal
Miss Nicholas: "Explain some l1lZll'I'l2lgC laws."
Warren R. '34: "Well, you have to be nzarried before you can be
W. F. Messinger
l'l..l7KllllN1i :mal llli.X'l'lNli
South Xlain Street
C. F. Martin GL Co., Inc.
Tenor Guitars, Hawaiian
Guitars, Special Orches-
tra model and other styles
CA PS-COW NS
Tuxedo Suits lor Sale and Hire
Suits for All Occasions
. l W
COSTUMES and WIGS
C. H. ROTH
2o6 N. loth St., Allentown, Pa.
Tuxedo Including Vest lilfi22.5O
Truman li.: "Never set your refrigerator near the stove."
Anna B.: "Why?"'
Truman li.: "Because smoke gets in -vom' ice'
FLOL7 R, FEED
E. S. Phillips, Mgr.
flnytbivzg to Suit Yom' Palate
Prompt Delivery on All Orders
45 Belvidere St.
NAZARETH :-: PENNA.
Flory Milling Co.
435 So. Main St.
NAZARETH :-: PENNA. .
. .iff 3 Q. .
,f IT? lt s ...,
Phono: Nazareth 37R3
Aeo. N. Miller
D - General Merchzimiise
BATI-I. PA. W A Y N fl
llog - Dairy - Call' - Horsu
Zlllki Poultry Feeds
NZlZZll'Cli1. Pa., Route No. 2
BusIIIIII.I- CENTRE, PII.
Miss Sloat Cto Carl Miller after having clmngcd his sczltj: " i.0l'l'7'C
clJa1zged peI'I1za'Ize1zlly fm' ll II'lJile."
CIENERAI. AUTO REIIAIRINC. Ol'
Cfxs, OILS, ACCESSORIES
TQWING . HGTCTHGH
Phone 388 , A
BELFASI , PA.
Dm' ,IND NIGHT SERVICE '23
0:1 the Stockertowzz Pike
MEAT and ICE CREAM
Creamery 599 Dairy
joHN D. EDELMAN, PROP.
C R EA M B UTTER
Buttermilk and Cottage Cheese
Phone Sl Nazareth, Pa.
To The Class of '34-
Tl-IE BEST OF LUCK
AND GOOD FORTUNE
New Baronial Hotel
to Margaret K. '33: "Margaret, dia' you take a post
graduate course in talki-rrg? lf 11-'OH did, you certainly'
should have a Mastefs Degree."
COPPER ETCH INGS
Ask Us for Price!
FOSTER NV. SM l'l'lel'S
N,xz.rxRl3'ru and STOCKERTOWN
Telephone r84j and 9094
Studio for Students
617 Linden St.
Dial 2 1 3 IO for
Binney SL Smith
Miss Slout: 'iWlmt
Emily L. '35: "His
were some of l.zmie1"s cliflicullics "
wife and children."
.Say lt Wiib-
Flowers for All Occasions
Phonu 3 I7
We send flowcrs by wire
lo :my part ol' thc world
lVlEMBER or li. T. D.
Smzcmi- SUNDAY DINNERS
Catering to Banquets
Special Party Dinners
A. B. KRESGE,
I. S. Kepple
fl "Better Store" Home Owned
Home Operated By A
345 Mauch Chunk Street
Miss Nicholas: "Who are
the producers ol' milk?"
Evelyn C. '34: "'C0u's."
Bonat Permanent Waving System
Complete Modern Beauty
I8 Belvidere St.
Store Wfide Sale
lVlEN'S AND YOUNG
YOUTHS' AND BOYS'
Reduced Prices 011:
Mallory and Emerson Hats
Nagaretlfs Leading Store
for Men and Boys
CANDY STATIONERY TOBACCO
of s Compliments S
0 of 0
P lc H It 5 S " D
ran ut ons ft 1 9 A
, , F Swave y s
,6 S. Main Street O 0
NAZARETH, PA. U the Crlglnal U
Q1 Cut Rate Store
Insurance that can be depended A 27 Belvidem St' A
:. .: upon in an emergency :. .1 L NAMRETH PA I:
Telephone I77 PATENT 'roII.ET
Miss Sloat: "What are you looking lor?"
Warren B. '35: "I do1z't know, but I can't Und it."
Nazareth News Agency
A full line of
143 South Main Street
J. W. Jackson
lce Cream Candy
Tobacco Soft Drinks
Corner Belvidere and New Street
Telephone oo I 6
Albert O. Sturgis SL Son
23 S. Main St.
Nazareth -2- Penna. Cgmplimemg
GENERAL INSURANCE Russel D Lalnbert
Telephone I 57
Mr. Shekletski: "Did I ever tell you people that your heads z1rL
Senior Students: "Yes, you Said that before."
Mr. Shekletskit "Well, I just 'wanted to empbasige it."
FRACK SL LEH
SALES and SERVICE
235 South Broad Street
H. P. DIETZ
PHOTOG RAPH E R
NAZARETH 1-1 PENNA
BRANCII STUDIO: PEN ARGYI..
The PeopIe's Coal
QL Supply CO, Bushkill Center
STOCKERTOWN, PA. Hgfel
Deulcrs yn: WM. KRAIISE,
COAL LUMBFR Proprietor
Mr. Knecht: "I-low crm you make your voice more impressivcf
I-Ielen S. '35: "Hy talking with your bmzdsf'
HAHN GL GOLD C iyll I '12-mm
rm Charles B. Willauer
Phone 49 IJENNA.
H. C. Repsher
I PURE MILK
RAW AND PASTEURIZED
223 South Main Street'
Koclfs Meat Market
Strictly Fresh Meats
At All Times
Walnut Street Nazareth, Pa.
Olga R, '341 Ulf there were QQ in a boat' and it turned up-side down.
how many would be left?"
Nelda S. '34: "None, I guess."
Olga R. '34: "You're wrong, there would be 66."
Nelda S. '34: "I-low do you get that?"
Olga R. '34: Well. QQ upside down is 66, is1z't it?"
Sales and Service
Broad St. Garage
I-I. Siizcfet AND R. j. WESSNER.
GARAGE AND SERVICE
125 South Broad St.
OPEN DAY AND NIGI-IT
Dr. E. E. Bruch
At I-ZIlTlI7Cl'Il,S jewelry Store
Every Saturday Prom
3 P. M. to 9 P. M.
43 BELVIDERE ST.
MILLWORK OF QUALITY
SASH DOORS, SHUTTERS, BLINDS,
FRAMES, COLONNADES, STAIR XVORK
INTERIOR TRIM, MOUIEDING, ETC.
Estimates Cbeerfully Fzlrnislied
Prospect and Green Streets
Studebaker 699 Roclcne
Sales and Service
For Good Service ziml
GENERAL Au'ro REPAIRINU
AND AUTO s'roRAoE
GULF AND No-Nox oAsoL.lNEs
ITIRESTONE 'runes AND 'runes
sPARToN AND KEi.viNA'roR
R. F. ZIEOLER. Proprietor
Mnuch Chunk St. Phone 355
john Price to Miss Marx:"Don't ask Austin what he ordered lor
Miss Marx: "Why P"
j. P.: "He doesrft know bore' to say "HA I"' in l"1'encli,"
The New Coolerator
The relrigerzitor that only
requires from one to two
iceings a week, and the only
safe way to keep your food,
at factory prices.
or call at oflice
Cor. Walnut and Pine Streets
J. H. Newhart Est.
FRESH MEATS AND
Cor. Main :intl Centre Streets
Dr. F. l. Edelman
Wilbur Trust Building
Secretarial, Accounting, and Cien-
eral Business Courses for high
: 1 school graduates : 2
Review and advanced work
in all commercial subjects
DAY AND EVENING SESSIONS
SPECIAL SUMMER ScHooI.
Write, Phone or Call for Catalog
W. F. MAGEE. President
Miss Sloat explaining Robert Burns' inspiration to write "To a
Louse": "Robert Burns went to cbztrcb. A11 aristocratic
rzonzan in front of bint had a bonnet and a louse was
crawling around on zt. Not saying the louse was a natifve
there," she added as an afterthought.
wAIsT UNION SUITS
PLAIN UNION SUITS
lnsist on "NAZARETH"
Known From Coast to Coast
Broad St. Meat Market
EDVX-'ARD H. KERN
All Kinds of
FRESH and SMOKED MEATS
Domestic and Imported Cheese
POULTRY IN SEASON
Phone 14S We Deliver
"To be what we are, and to
become what we are capable
of bl?C0'H1i7Zg is the only and
in life." Clinton D. Frantz
-ROBERT Louis STEVENSON
5 .7 . . - .
V, l,W- 'avi SHOIQS
1' Il O S I E R Y
loS South Malin Street
A, Nlxmrunn, P.-x.
Emily L. '35: "Ah, it cloesn't take much energy to chow gllITl.H
john P. '35: "You should know."
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Manul acturers ol' D
for Flour, Cement, Gypsum,
Ground Limestone, Plaster
and Other Pulverizecl Pro-
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to Health and Strength
EAL'l'l-l is the most important thing in the
world. lt is the glorious possession of youth.
With health comes strength to do your work
elliciently. Without health everything else is
impossible, yet it usually is not appreciated until alter
it is lost. Lost health means lost time. Lost time
means less income and lower standards of living,
Health maintained is preferred to health regained.
Everyone can stay on the Road to I-Iealth and Strength
by guarding habits ol food and drink.
Form the good habit' of drinking MILK every day. lt
is the perfect food and perfect drink. But it must be
Clean milk from laealtbgv cows.
Willowdale Grade A Raw Milk is from pure bred regis-
tered Guernsey cows which are tuberculin tested under
state and federal supervision . This insures healthy
milk While sanitary housing and bottling conditions
insure clean milk.
Anne B. '34: "What happens to the flame?"
Nelda S. '34: "lt's distinguislvedf'
Tlllf CLASS OF 1934
ANDREW G. KERN, President WM. KI. SANTIEE, Sec.-Trans
The Trumbower Company
COAL. LUMBER, GRLISIIED STONE
AND BUILDING MATERIAL
Main OIIICG: Brzmch OIIICC:
EASTON ROAD 23 SOUTII MAIN STREET
Phone 47 Phone 157
Marjorie G. '35: "Gee, I like white dogs, but my dog Sandy is
OIgu R. '34: "IfIf'by 'nal me peroxide!"
COM PLI M ITNTS OF
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