Nazareth Area High School - Comet Yearbook (Nazareth, PA)
- Class of 1938
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CLASS OF 1938
NAZARETH HIGH SCHOOL
SOMETINIE. SONIEWHERE WE SHALL FIND PLEASURE IN
REVIEWING 'THE TALES OF THE PAST, FOR THIS PURPOSE
WE HAVE COMPILED THIS BOOK TO RECALL THE MEMORIES
OF OUR HIGH SCHOOL DAYS.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
VVE, THE CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED
THIRTY-EIGHT. DEDICATE THIS BOOK TO OUR
FOREFATHERS. WHO GAVE U5 OUR CONSTI-
TUTION. IN ORDER THAT A MORE PERFECT
UNION MIGHT EE FQRMED. JUSTICE ESTAB-
LISHED. DOMESTIC TRANQUILLITY INSURED.
DEFENSE PROVIDED. GENERAL WELFARE PRO-
MOTED. AND THE ELESSINGS OF LIBERTY
SECURED TO THEMSELVES AND THEIR POS-
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The Nazareth Parent-Teacher Association
The Nazareth Parent-Teacher Association was organized on January ll, 1927,
primarily for the purpose of promoting child welfare in the home, thc school. the
church, and the community: and of bringing into closer relationship the home and the
school, so that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the training of
the child. In an eilort tn further these objectives. the Association, under the leader-
ship of Mr. Roslyn B. Fortuin, has sponsored a varied and interesting program during
the year 1937-'38, This program has consisted of addresses on topics pertaining to
education and parent-teacher work: a demonstration by the Scouts, through the
medium of plays, of the aims of Scoutingg a Spelling Bee in which the school pupils
participatcd: and a Festival concluding the season.
To the Class of 1938, the Nazareth Parent-Teacher Association extends hearty
wishes for a future of success and happiness.
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T'S such fun to reminisce. Can you remember
'wily back in 1936 when we were just little soph-
omores who giggled quite n bit? However, with
our many new duties, class meetings, and pzrrtivs
Qwe had a lovely Halloween Purtyj, we soon over-
came our nervousness.
Remember that ''we-arc-somebody-now" feeling
we seem to have acquired by X937 when we began
our junior ycnr? We all sported class rings and
gave n Prom for the seniors. It seems that about
this time, too, our class meetings improved. VVcll,
we were growing up.
And now it's over: three grnnd years, the last
of which has left us memories of the Senior Play.
our Christmas Party, another Prom. fthis time
we were the guestsj and "The Comet." Thrcc
years for which we are immensely grateful -
grateful to those who have made it possible for us
to further our education. In the future, we shall
strive to live up to the idculs set forth by the
foundcrs of our beloved Alma Mater-ideals which
lmvc stood before us like u shining goal, beckon-
ing us onward.
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Senior Class Officers
William G. Moser
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GLADYS ALPAUGH "Gladys"
This little miss. sometimes gloomy, sometimes gay, is
one of those girls who doesn't like to study but does it
anyway, Gladys is not only a good student but an athlete
and a grand little booster as well. On thc gridiron, base-
ball diamond, or in the gym, Gladys is certain to bc there,
rooting for the Blue and White.
Blue and White Staff, Assistant Circulation Manager
123: Glee Club 113: Commercial Club 1335 Comet Staff,
Typist 133: Class Secretary 133: Tennis 113 123 133:
Basketball 1l3 123 133: Volley Ball 123 133: Baseball
RAYMOND BARTHOLOMEVV "Ray"
Bright blue eyes and wavy hair, coupled with neat
dress, help to put Raymond in the 'tgentlemen's group"
of the senior class. But there's more to Raymond than
his pleasing appearance. His flute has added 'tpepu to our
orchestras and band. Here's hoping you go forth in life
with the same spirit and achieve the same success as the
men who played their flutes in "good old '76."
Class Basketball 133: Band 113 123 133: Orchestra 123
133: Blue and White Orchestra 133: Science Club 133:
Class Baseball 133
EVELYN BAUMAN "Evelyn"
On the hockey field, basketball court, or baseball
diamond, this honny lass can hold her own. Her com-
mendable sportsmanship and spunk were exhibited
when she served as captain for various teams. A good
athlete, she is-but Evelyn has other interests in the
likeness of a blue-eyed "chap" from Room 25. 1Please
don't blush, Carl.l
Latin Club 1l3: Dramatic Club 113 123: Hockey 113
133, Captain 123: Basketball, Captain 123: Vnlley Ball
123 133: Baseball 113 123 133, Captain 113 123.
7933 ELIZABETH BECK t "Betty"
"She's tall, she's lan, she's terrific." "Betty" is an all
around good sport, Her participation in sports, clubs, and
social activities keep her so busy that we wonder when
she finds time for her studies 1which we know she does1.
Her charming personality and friendliness have won for
her many friends and will continue to do so at William
and Mary College.
Class President 111 121: Comet Staff, Associate Editor
1313 Blue and White Standard 111 121: Orchestra, Presi-
dent 111: Dramatic Club 111 121 131: Athletic Council,
Vice-President 1311 Basketball 111 121 1315 Cheerleader
111: Student Librarian 111 1213 Hockey 111 121 1311
Volley Ball 1213 Baseball 1215 Tennis 111 121 131: Student
Council 111 121 131. Secretary-Treasurer 131: Glec Club
111: Opereitu 1l1.
LILLIAN BEERS "Lillian"
Sitting at the library desk, she quietly and cfliciently
performs her task. Ready, willing, and able, shc tackles
her work, insisting that it really isn't work at all. Lillian
likes to play basketball and was an active member of thc
Commercial Club. In her role of student librarian, she
has received practical experience which may prove bene-
ficial in her life work.
Glee Club 111: Blue and White Staff 121: Student
Librarian 111 121 131: Basketball 131: Volley Ball 1313
Commercial Club 1313 Comet Staff, Typist 131.
CHARLES BENNETT "Charlie"
Quiet and serious, but a grand sport-that's "Ch:irlie."
He ctoesn't go in for sports himself, but is a loyal follower
of our teams. His outstanding ability is in the field of
chemistry and his pet hobby is radio. "Charlie" expects
to take up electrical engineering in the future.
Latin Club 1111 Science Club 111, President 131: Glee
Club 1313 Senior Play, Electrician 131: Opcretta, Elec-
MARY BENSING "Mary"
With an air of gaiety and a song on her lips. Mary takes
life as it comes. Laughing merrily, with nevcr a worry
or care, she drifts along. She has a "definite interest" in
school and he takes up a great deal of her time. Shc
hasn't made any specific plans for the future, but she may
enter the teaching profession. We wish you luck, Mary.
Glee Club 113: Dramatic Club 1333 Baseball 113 123:
Volley Ball 113 123 133: Basketball 1233 Latin Club 133.
ELEANOR BOERSTLER "Eleanor"
"l'l1 see you at 3:30, Eleanor." This is ai familiar
sentence to this blue-eyed laughing lass. She is gifted
with a unique style of writing which brings out her own
originality and fun-loving personality, Eleanor is very
skillful in basketball, hockey, and dancing, and whenever
she is in the crowd, therc's sure to be fun and frolic.
Basketball 113 123 133, Captain 1235 Volley Ball 113
123 133: Hockey 113 23 1333 Baseball 113 123 1335 Tennis
113: Class Assistant Secretary-Treasurer 1133 Dramatic
ciub 113 123 1333 Latin Club 113 123, Consul 1133 Blue
and White Staff, Associate Editor 1231 Blue and White
Staff, Chuckles Editor 1131 Comet Staff, Athletic Editor
1331 Cheerleader 133.
CORA BOND "Bnndie"
Ever-smiling, Cora greets life with its joys and S0l'I'0WS.
With a laugh, she brushes aside all worry and care, Cora
blushes at the least provocation, but she isn't really bash-
ful at all. Shc has participated in many clubs and is a
lover of sports. Stenography comes close to Cora's heart.
Commercial Club 133: Basketball 113 123 133: Base-
ball 123 133: Hockey 113 123g Glee Club 1131 Volley
FRANCIS BREIDINGER "Francis"
Lean and lanky-almost tempted to say 'tEiFfel Tower
personified" - that's Francis. Francis never boasts nor
does he shine brilliantly in extra-curricular activities5
nevertheless, we all know he is an active member of the
Science Club5 and who knows he may some day be a great
scientist of the plodding, Toricellian type.
Class Basketball 113 1235 Latin Club 123 133: Science
SADIE CARTY "Chick"
Blond, Teutonic beauty combined with graceful sophisti-
cation help make "Chick" a cynosure in any crowd. She
possesses a lovely low voice which charms her attentive
audience, whether great or small. ttChick" has a knack
for wearing pretty clothes and dresses smartly with that
certain dash of style that may be termed "chic."
Hockey 113 1235 Basketball 113 123 1335 Student Coun-
cil 1135 Dramatic Club 123 1333 Glee Club 1135 Student
Librarian 113 123 1335 Latin Club 113 1235 Comet Staff,
Social Editor 133: Blue and White Staff, Reporter 123.
GRACE CLAUSER "Gracie"
"Where's our little artist?" "Gracie" was quite in
demand during the production of this book. She's always
ready to help whether it's in the art room, on a com-
mittee, or in "chem. lab." Her hobby is sports in which
she's been very active all during high school. "Gracie"
expects to go to Penn State to continue her study in
science and mathematics.
Tennis 113 123 1335 Basketball 113 123 1335 Hockey
113, Manager 1235 Dramatic Club 113 123 1335 Glee
Club 113 1235 Science Club 1335 Latin Club 1135 Operetta
113 1235 Radio Broadcast 1135 Orchestra 1135 Athletic
Council 1235 Blue and White Staff, Assistant Business
Manager 123, Business Manager 1335 Comet Staff, Art
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VIRGINIA CLEWELL "Ginny"
A quiet, modest, unassuming girl whose attractive
appearance bcspeaks calmness and composure. Ladies
don't laugh-they smile as Virginia docs. This serene,
serious Commercial student is a very tidy lass with never
a hair amiss. We often wonder how you would look with
your hair mussed, "Ginny"?
Glee Club 125 135, Secretary 1353 Commercial Club
135: Operetta 125.
ELMIRA COLVER "Elmira"
Courteous, accurate, and ever-ettlcient, Elmira sets to
work with a will. With praiseworthy skill she accom-
plishes a given task-be it great or small. Her capability
and willingness to serve have proven her worth. With
her splendid business ability and pleasant smile, Elmira
should go far in the business world. We are sure success
will beam upon you soon.
Glec Club 1253 Forensic Society 135: Dramatic Club
1353 Commercial Club 125 135: Blue and White Staff,
FERN COLVER "Fern"
Fern is a quiet, serious, reserved girl with marked
executive ability. Her poise, intelligence, and managerial
ability have made her a valuable assistant to students and
teachers alike. Her attractiveness, neatness, and initiative
are the answer to a business man's prayer. May your
future be bright, Fern.
Hockey 125: Science Club 115: Commercial Club 125
135: Forensic Society 125 135, Treasurer 1353 Oratorical
Contest 1253 Dramatic Club, Treasurer 125, Secretary 1351
Comet Staff, Assistant Business Manager 135: Senior Play,
Business Manager 1355 Dramatic Club Play, Business
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EUGENE DASHUTA "Gene"
"Why-a. they add a little HfSO1 and a-a MnO1, but
then a-a-oh well, you know what I mean." That's
Eugene's contribution to a chemistry recitation. Eugene
certainly knows his chemistry and can perform experi-
ments and calculations accurately. In track, as in chem-
istry, 'tGene" is able to hold his own.
Class Basketball 125: Track and Field 135: Science
JOSEPHINE EDELMAN "Jo"
A merry giggle issues forth from the rear of the room.
"Jo" is at it again. This nonchalant girl with a jaunty
air seems to cast the sorrows and glooms of life to the
four winds. While we are wondering what's funny, "Jo"
gives vent to her emotions in gusts of laughter. But she
does not lack a serious side, for she can readily apply
herself to her work and do a good job. too. May your
future hold much in store for you.
Glee Club 125 135: Operetta 125: Commercial Club 135.
X Varsity 135.
"A friend in need is a friend indeed"-and "Eyer"
certainly is a good example. Football and baseball. es-
pecially the latter, have an unfailing interest for him.
In fact, we could hardly do without him as a "second
sacker." "Eyer" would like to play professional ball. Why
Glee Club 115: Orchestra 115: Baseball 115, Varsity 125
135: Class Basketball 115 125 135: Football 115 125,
CLARENCE FEHNEL "Bud"
Droll, delightful humor spiced with cheerful chuckles.
"Bud" is a grand sport and gobs of fun. He gets a great
kick out of school activities, but he'd prefer less school.
Dancing is one of his main interests and when he hears
music, he's off in a cloud of dust. College is just ahead
and we hope he'll be successful at the one of his choice.
Comet Staff, Assistant Business Manager 135 5 Glee Club
125 135: A Capella Choir 1353 Operetta 125 135: Football
Manager 1353 Assistant Football Manager 115 125, Sci-
ence Club 115 1355 Class Vice-President 115: Blue and
White Staff 125 135: Senior Play, Assistant Stage Man-
ager 1351 Tennis 125: Latin Club, Consul 1l5.
CHARLES FREE "Brick"
Captain of our baseball team and an indispensable
member of both the basketball and football teams. "Brick"
is an all around good fellow and has many devoted
friends. His easy blush is a source of jokim: and banter
to those who like to tease him. but he takes it good-
naturedly, as he takes everything in life.
Baseball. Varsity 115 125, Captain 135: Football, Var-
sity 115 125 135: Basketball 125, Varsity 135: Student
Council, Assistant Secretary-'I'reasurer 125: Class Vice-
ROBERT FREEMAN "Bob"
"l'm free as the wandering breeze." "Bob" seldom
worries-least of all about lessons. He was quite an asset
to our football squad. Boys, if you want a date go to
"Bob", He has a list of girls whose length runs competi-
tion to the telephone book!
Football 115 125 135: Basketball 115 1253 Class Basket-
ball 135g Class Baseball 1153 Halloween Party, Decoration
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RALPH FRIES "Ralph"
Oh, yes! Our school possesses unknown talent-in the
form of a yodler. Ralph would make some of those West-
ern cowboys blush with Shame. And can he make those
guitar strings reverberate with sad, sweet strains of cow-
boy ballads! Ralph was a member of the Commercial
Club and Glee Club. Sing your way through life, Ralph,
and may your voice bring you good fortune.
Glee Club 125 1353 Operetta 1253 Commercial Club 135.
CARL FRY "Carl"
This merry-eyed boy is a likable chap, an all around
athlete, and a jolly good fellow. He is a staunch supporter
oi that ancient adage: "All work and no play makes
Jack a dull boy." Never mind, our kidding, Carl. We
know you have something more appealing on your mind.
Baseball 115, Varsity 125 1353 Student Council 125,
Assistant Secretary-Treasurer 1253 Commercial Club 1353
Class Basketball 115 125 135.
QUENTIN GEORGE "Quant"
Long and lanky, lithc and limbcr, "Quant" is an athlete
of whom any school might well be proud. "Quant" also
finds time to study as his scholastic rating will show. This
tall, broad-shouldered lad is a good sport and a grand
person to know. Good luck, "Quent."
Football, Varsity 115 125 1353 Basketball, Varsity 115
125 1353 Baseball, Varsity 115 125 1353 Student Council
115 1353 Commercial Club, Vice-President 1353 Athletic
Council, President 125.
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JESSIE GOLD "Jessie"
A sudden burst of laughter floods the hall. Could that
be Jessie translating French? It certainly is-and few
will ever forget those translations! Jessie's heart, hair,
and name are pure gold. Her winning smile and charming
personality have found their way into the hearts of all
who know her.
Class Vice-President 11Jg Class Secretary 127: Latin
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KATHRYN GOLD "Kitty"
Petite and dainty with a sweet smile and an enviable
school record, Kathryn is an asset not to be neglected in
numerous clubs and committees. With her ability and
willingness she is sure to make an efficient nurse.
Glee Club 1111 Operetta 1lj3 Latin Club 115g Dramatic
Club 135: Dramatic Club Play 133: Senior Play, Com-
mittee 13bg Comet Staff, Dramatic Editor 135.
ANNA GRADWVOIIL "Alma,"
Stately, and sedate, with an air of competency, that's
Anna. Her marked ability as a typist was shown by the
fine work she did for the "Blue and White Standard."
Anna takes an active part in school affairs, and her lovely
voice has been heard in Glee Club activities. Outside of
school she is an active member of the 4-H Club.
Glee Club 123 135: Commercial Club 137g Blue and
White Staff, Typist 137.
PAUL HAGLEY "Paul"
lf, as Goldsmith said, "A loud laugh bespcaks the
vacant mind," then Paul's mind must be fllled to thc
brim, for we seldom hear Paul arguing or boasting. From
our class associations we know that Paul studics con-
scientiously. This fine quality should help to ease the
rough spots of life.
Science Club 1373 Class Basketball 433.
CARL IIAHN "llallny"
Through all kinds of weather, "Hahny's" Ford 'tchugs
along," bringing him to his beloved Alma Mater. "I-Inhny"
is an active follower of high school sports and proved
himself a worthy manager of basketball and football
teams. Many a noon hour he has spent with "Qucnt,"
studying his work for the afternoon.
Assistant Football Manager 1133 Assistant Baseball
Manager flj 125: Commercial Club CU: Athletic Associa-
tion 1339 Class Basketball C13 Q25 1355 Class Baseball
VIRGINIA HAIIN "Ginny"
"Ginny" often finds difficulty with French, but she is
always willing to try to overcome it, "Ginny" has worked
hard to prepare herself for nursing. With her keen sensc
of humor. which provokes many pleasant smiles, she
should be able to cheer many disheartened patients.
Latin Club ill: Glce Club C15 121, Opcretta ill: Dra-
matic Club f2J 431.
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Surprising as it may seem, Ruth really likcs school.
Her favorite subjects are shorthand and typing. Her
Iavorite sports are basketball and baseball, but she likes
all of them. Roller skating is one of her pastimes, too.
Ruth has another pastime other than sports, however.
Her "big moment" hails from "P'burg." 1She and Ruth
Wagner must. have put their heads together on this out-
Basketball 115 123 1325 Baseball 112 123 131: Hockey
115 125gVol1ey Ball 11h 123 135, Dramatic Club 113 125.
JOSEPH HAWK "Joe"
"Joe" is gifted with the virtue of perseverance. Diffi-
culties with school work are like ant hills to a tractor
for "Joe," On the verge of quitting school, "Joe" was
encouraged to remain, and with his bulldog tenacity and
perseverance, he has well earned his diploma.
LBROY HECKMAN "Hackman"
When it's algebra you want, call LeRoy. He's always
willing to help and surely can do the "impossible" with
numbers. School-spirited and a lover of science, LeRoy
has striven hard to bring the Science Club to its recog-
nized standard. Be as conscientious with everything, as
you are with science, and you'll be one step nearer suc-
Science Club 131 .
STANLEY HECKMAN "Stanley"
Neat and well dressed, Stanley is the quiet sort of boy
who works his way step by step through the problems
which confront him. Although he has never been an
active leader, Stanley's cooperation helps to make him a
good follower. With your sound judgment we feel that
you'll follow the right, so you can't go wrong, Stanley.
Science Club 135.
MAE HEYER "lleycr"
Mae is a healthy young girl who makes sports her
hobby. She plays hockey, basketball, and volley ball with
a will. But that's not all, A little investigation has re-
vealed that Mae is a superb ice skater, and that's not
false propaganda. We have proof. Perhaps someday this
"gal" from Moorestown will be classed as one of our best
skaters. Don't disappoint us, Mae.
Glee Club 1155 Basketball 115 125 1355 Volley Ball 115
125 135: Baseball 115 125 1355 Hockey 1355 Dramatic
Club 125 1355 Operetta 115.
DAVID HOUCK "H0uckle"
Speed! Speed! Sometimes we think "l-Iouckie" is piloting
an airplane instead of an automobile: but, nevertheless,
he's run many an errand for us. His main interests in
school at present are music and a certain sophomore, but
his ambition is to become a feeder of the nation. Good
Latin Club 115 125: Glee Club 125 1353 Operetta 125
1355 Science Club 1355 A Capella Choir 1351 Tennis
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CHESTER HUBER "Chet"
Meet the good-looking leading man of our scnior play.
"Chet" has also contributed much to operettn work for
three years. He has made an excellent record in baseball
in which he holds a great interest. And girls, he certainly
is a smooth dancer. We wish you luck at business college,
Baseball 113 123 133, Varsity 123 1333 Class Basketball
113 123 1335 Operetta 113 123 1333 Blue and White Staff,
Sports Editor 133: A Capella Choir 133: Senior Class
Play 1335 Class Treasurer 133g Class Assistant Secretary-
Treasurer 1231 Class Secretary 1135 Glee Club 113 123,
FRANK HUBER "Kid"
Franlds interest is cars, and his proudest moment will
be when he drives down the street in a brand new one.
Next. to his heart lie chemistry and teasing. But all jok-
ing aside, "Kid's" good nature and good manners will
carry him far.
ROY JAMES "Jamcsy"
A pleasant, obliging fellow with an ever-ready smile.
It came as quite a surprise to us when we suddenly dis-
covered Roy's ability to debate. But, we should have
known that with his clear masculine voice, he could put
across what he has to say. Roy is also fond of sports. We
hear you and "Billy" plan to be fellow-sailors. Aye, aye,
Track 1333 Comet Staff, Athletic Editor 1333 Forensic
Society 133: Basketball 113 123 1335 Baseball 113 123
133: Glee Club 1233 Commercial Club 133.
Latin Club 113 123 Science Club 133
X933 NAOMI KELLER "Naomi"
Naomi's loquaciousness is a quality we've all enjoyed
for the past three years. No matter Where she is or what
shc's doing, she always has usomething tn say." When she
defends the rural districts in "Problems" class, she does
justifiably well, and, why shouldn't she, for Naomi has
said that some day she would like to be a farmer's wife.
Science Club 133.
MARION KIENZLE "Marion"
There they are, Marion and 'tLippy" Walters, a friend-
ship that's as "sterling" as silverware. Marion is a serious
girl, who studies hard and seldom complains about school.
During her sophomores and junior years, Marion was an
active member of thc Glee Club.
Glee Club Q15 125.
HELEN KLECKNER "Klcekncx"'
Sparkling, fun-loving, happy "Kleckner." Don't he
misled by her tiny stature and unrutfled appearance bc-
cause there's plenty of spunk and "spark" beneath that
peaceful exterior. Her favorite pastime is dancing in
which she is quite accomplished, but "Kleclmcr" intends
to do some serious work-nursing-when she graduates,
Hockey 1173 Basketball Q15 1235 Tennis fly, Science
Club 139, Secretary-Treasurer f2b.
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Watching her nimble fingers glide swiftly over the
keys makes anyone green with envy, Piano playing, how-
ever, is not "Skeet's" only accomplishment, for she is
very much interested in sports and never neglects her
studies. She is an all around student with an all around
personality which is probably the reason for her circlc
of many friends. We know that Penn State holds much
in store for you, "Skeets."
Class Vice-President 1235 Comet Staff, Literary Editor
1333 Senior Play Committee 1335 Blue and White Stat?
113: Glee Club 113, President 133: Orchestra, Treasurer
1133 Operetta, minor 113 123, major 1333 Dramatic Club
113 133, Secretary 1233 Athletic Association, President
1335 Basketball 123 133, Captain 1133 Hockey 113 123 133g
Valley Ball 123: Baseball 1235 Tennis 113 123 133: Mag-
azine Campaign 113 123 1333 Student Librarian 113 123
133: Cheerleader 113 123, Head Cheerleader 133.
.IENNIE KOWALCZK "Jennie"
Studious and rating her school work above everything,
Jennie has attained a degree of efllciency that glows
brightly in her sparkling, inquisitive eyes, As a member
of the Commercial Club, she has shown some admirable
qualities in her line of work. Her efficiency and willing-
ness, coupled with a neat appearance and pleasant smile,
should help to make her "somebody's stenog."
Glee Club 1231 Basketball 113 123 1333 Baseball 113
1235 Tennis 113 123 133gVo11ey Ball 113 123 1333 Hockey
113 123 133: Commercial Club 1335 Orchestra 113.
KENNETH KROMER "Kenneth"
Kenneth seems to have developed a dislike for classical
literature, but his fondness for chemistry and scientific
books help to make up this deliciency, Usually Kenneth
can be found working in the laboratory, but during
basketball season much of his spart time was spent in the
capacity of an emcient basketball manager.
Science Club 113 133: Basketball, Assistant Manager
113 123, Manager 1333 Athletic Association 1333 Football
113: Senior Class Play, Committee 133.
W PEGGY LANDON "Peg"
When Peggy came to us from Maryland in her sopho-
more year, her soft voice delighted everyone. Her ability
in dramatics, debating, and sports is outstanding. Her
vital energy stands her in good stead on the basketball
floor and in her cheerleading. She hasn't decided as yet
on hcr life work, but her energy and personality will
carry her through.
Cheerleader 13511-Iockcy 115 125 135: Basketball 115
125 135g Volley Ball 115 125 135, Tennis 115 125 135:
Baseball 1155 Oratorical Contest 115 125 135, First Prize
1253 Dramatic Club 125 135: Forensic Society 125 135,
Vice-President 1353 Glee Club 1153 Operetta 115, Com-
mercial Club 125, Treasurer 135: Student Council 125,
Vice-President 1253 Blue and White Staff, Athletic Editor
1353 Comet Staff, Literary Editor 135.
NORRAINE LAPP "La171l"
"Lapp" is always wearing a happy smile and ready at
any moment to burst into gusts of giggles. She expects
to go to Kutztown and prepare for the teaching protes-
sion, Your optoinistic personality and ability to get along
with people will certainly be a great asset to you, "Lapp".
Dramatic Club 125 135, Volley Ball 135: Hockey 135.
ADOLPH MART!! "Dufl'a"
Alone in a seat in the farthest corner of the room,
with his hands to his ears, we find "Duffa" during the
noon hour. The rest of the world is merry, boys are going
out to play ball, but Adolph, unaware of those about him,
is studying hard, Finally after a long silence, he will
come forth and ask, "How do you do this?" Of course
anyone is willing to aid such a person, If success is the
reward of application, then "Dutl'a" doesn't need our
wishes for the future.
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KATHERINE MAUREK "Kitty"
With great agility and speed, l'Kitty" hauls the ball
out of mid-air, and, with just the right pressure sinks a
beautiful basket. It can't be denied. She's absolutely
wonderful. She plays hockey and volley ball, too, with
that same alacrity and ease. The best of luck, "Kitty,"
Basketball 115 125 1355 Baseball 115 125 1353 Hockey
115 125 135, Captain 135: Volley Bull 115 125 135,
PAULINE MENGEL "Polly"
When you enter into a conversation with "Polly,"
sooner or later the talk will drift to music or dancing.
She was greatly interested and very active in the Glee
Club and A Capella Choir. In addition to these, she has
a great Hair for dancing and she certainly never lacks
partners. "Polly," however, intends to go to Churchman's
and become a business woman.
Glee Club 115 125 1352 Operetta 115 125 135, Major
115 1253 Latin Club 1151 Basketball 1153 olley Ball 1153
Hockey 1153 Baseball 115 Q Oratorical Contest 1153 A Cap-
pella Choir 1351 Comet Staff, Music Editor 135.
JOHN MERTZ "Marti"
John's dry humor is a source of pleasure to all who are
fortunate enough to be his friend. His witty conversations
are interesting and amusing to his welcome listeners. But
don't let that mislead you. John can be very grave if
the occasion demands, and behind many of his droll ex-
pressions is wise philosophy and good Commun sense.
Glee Club 115: Class Historian 125: Comet Staff. Fea-
ture Editor 135.
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This fair maiden with the dazzling smile centeis her
varied interests in a wide realm-sports, dramaties, art,
commercial work, reading, writing. All of these and more
were a part of lier interesting high school career, With
her vivid imagination and wide range oi ideas, this lov-
able creature may some day be designing Paris creations.
More power to you, "Mickey,"
Hockey 125 1355 Basketball 115 125 1353 Volley Ball
115, Captain 1255 Baseball 115 1255 Dramatic Club 115
125 135, Vice-President 125 1355 Commercial Club 125,
Secretary 1353 Radio Broadcasts 1155 Comet Staff, Asso-
ciate Editor 1353 Glee Club, Operetta 125.
HOWARD MINNICH "Schnlck"
A humming sound, a shift of gears, a low purring, and,
tinally, a toot of the horn, Lo and behold! . lt's "Schnick",
our star catcher, who is manipulating that car. Did you
ever seeanything like that head of hair? It has been
rumored that when "Schnick" gets a haircut, a groan
issues forth from a somewhat exasperated barber. Can
you blame him?
Baseball 115, Varsity 125 135, Commercial Club 135:
Class Basketball 1l5 125 1353 Football 125.
WILLIAM MOSER "Moser"
As our senior class president and editor of this book,
William has proved to be a very efficient leader. His
linguistic ability together with his love for an argument
has made him a valuable member of the Forensic Society.
"Moser's" excellent standing as a student will be a great
help to him at Muhlenberg.
Comet Staff, Editor-in-Chief 1353 Class President 1359
Student Council 135, President 1351 Forensic Society 125
135, President 1353 Varsity Debating Team 125 135, Cap-
tain 135g Oratorical Contest 115 125 135, Second Prize
125 1353 Senior Play, Committees 1355 Operetta, Stage
Committee 125 1353 Magazine Campaign 115 125.
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ELVVOOD MUSCHLITZ "Musch"
Did you know it? We have a little triumvirate at
Nazareth High School, just as the Romans of old. There
they arwDashuta, Kromer, and Muschlitz, busily at
work in the chemistry laboratory. Elwood seems to be
quite interested in scientific farming, and we hope he suc-
ceeds in this Held, for it will be a sad story for us if
history repeats itself, and we have no more farmers.
Science Club CBJ.
LOVINE MU SCI-ILITZ "Pansy"
Small but mighty Lovine always has us busy trying to
anticipate his next mc-ve. First here, then there,--now
he-'s leaning over someone's shoulder and beginning with
the words "Let x equal the number." Surely he's helping
someone with his algebra. He may seem shy and some-
times look as though he were disinterested in school, but
he really can do wonders with mathematical calculations.
Science Club 135
ARLENE NACE "Arlene"
Dependability and real promise of accomplishing things
are Arlene's traits. You always get what you expect from
her. Boys are Arlene's pet aversion, so we understand.
Happy, smiling, and patient, she will make a good nurse.
Latin Club C11 .
GRACE NEUMEYER "Grace"
A slow easy drawl but a decisive manner of speech.
Grace is the studious type-we need more of them. She
also has an artistic temperament. Her hobby is painting
and she loves to draw, Her neat and colorful posters have
helped to put many of our plays and uperettas across. As
a member of many committes, she has contributed much.
Thanks a million, Grace.
Glee Club 113 1235 Operetta 113 1233 Latin Club 113
1233 Dramatic Club 123 1333 Blue and White Staff, Ex-
change Editor 133g Comet Staff, Associate Editor 133g
Senior Play, Committee 133.
CHARLES NICHOLAS "Charlie"
Here is Kenneth Kromer's understudy. Always opposed
to conventionalities, "Charlie" seems to feel that teachers
are nagging him, but even "Charlie" realizes that he is
apt to stop any time, unless he is frequently spurred ori.
If the day ever comes, when daydreamers will receive
a salary comparable to railroad presidents, Charlie will
never need to worry about a 'tpenniless old age."
Class Basketball 1233 Science Club 133.
JACOB NOLF "Jake"
With a swing and a sway "Jake" "goes to tovim" on his
trumpet. We immensely enjoyed listening tn him while
we danced in rhythm with the "Blue and White Orches-
tra." Besides musical talents, "Jake" possesses dramatic
ability and he plays basketball and tennis with no small
degree of skill. Happy landing, K'Jalce."
Blue and White Orchestra, Student Leader 1333 Band
113, Librarian 123, Manager 133: Orchestra 113 123 1333
Class Basketball 113 123 1333 Latin Club 1135 Science
Club 1339 Senior Class Play 133: Tennis 113 123 133:
Football, Assistant Manager 1131 Basketball 113 123:
Brass Choir 1233 Band Concert 113 123 133.
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GEORGE PFEIFFER "George"
With that insatiable craving for mischief and an in-
ability to resist playing pranks. George is forever getting
into trouble. But luckily. he is gifted with the knack ot
getting out as well. "Pfeiffer" is quite vocifcrous and
loves to argue. He enjoys intramural sports and proved
his dramatic inclinations as "George" in the senior play.
Basketball 1253 Class Basketball 1353 Class Baseball 115
125 1353 Commercial Club 1353 Track 1353 Glee Club
115: Senior Class Play 135.
MARLYN RIEGEL "Mal'lYn',
Aimlessly, Marlyn ambles through thc halls, until he
spies a trumpet-then he's away to the realms of "sweeter
swing." He has been an outstanding truinpeter in high
school msuical organizations. Although he doesn't relish
tess and long asignments and never tires himself with
studies, he is always full of pep, vim, and vigor when it
comes to playing basketball or football.
Basketball 115 125 1353 Football 115 1353 Band 115 1253
Orchestra 1153 Commercial Club 1353 Brass Choir 135.
HELEN ROI-IN "Helen"
This domestic damsel combines a love for hornemaking
with the skill of cooking and sewing. Home economics is
her favorite subject as We can well understand. Domestic
-oh, yes, but Helen is also a good athlete. Lucky, indeed,
was the hockey team having Helen as its goal keeper,
Helen likes other sports, too. She is an active member of
the Girl Scouts and has proven her dependability and co-
operative ability in this capacity.
Hockey 115 125 135: Volley Ball 115 125 1353 Baseball
125 135: Basketball, Manager 1353 Latin Club 1153 Glee
Club 1353 Science Club 1353 Operctta 135.
DONALD RIJHF "Rohde"
Ruhiies enthustiastic participatmn in our numerous
class parties shows us his love for fun. His pet aversion
seems to be French, and his characteristics-quiet move-
mcut and a precise manner of speaking. During his high
school days he has proved a good sport and a grand fellow
Science Club 131.
EMERSON RUNDLE "Emmy"
Broad and brawny-here he is, Nazareth High School's
"hc-man." "Emmy" can always be found arguing some
football technicality or expounding his lcnowldege of
biology. But wait a minute, I almost forgot-yes, there
they go now, "Emmy" and Edith, an inseparable pair, Sn
long, and loads of luck, "Emmy,"
WILLIAM SCHLEGEL "Bill"
William's Pontiac might well be called MN. H. S. Official
Car, No. I." William and his can are in constant demand
as is his mastery of salesmanship. To our numerous re-
qucsts "Bill" answers with an assenting smile. His never-
failing spirit of co-operation and willingness to lend a
hand has added zest to many under-takings. This young
man has started to pave his future with sturdy material.
May you continue to do so, "Bill."
Commercial Club C353 Dramatic Club 431.
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Tl-IOIVIAS SCHMIDT "Tommy"
"A rumbling noise, a burst of laughter," you've guessed
it-"Tommy". humorous and always ready for a joke.
Although he takes school with " a grain of salt," he seems
to be quite interested in music. As a trombonist, he's
been the "Tommy" Dorsey of our high school orchestra.
Band 113. Librarian 123 133g Orchestra 113, Librarian
123 1331 Blue and White Orchestra, Librarian 1335 Glee
Club 1333 Operetta 133: A Cappella Choir 1333 Science
FRANK SCHRAMDI "Sehrammie"
Interesting and interested, Frank is always willing to
tell all he knows and always anxious to hear "the other
fel1ow's story." Although not a winner, "Schrainmie," as
a sophomore, presented a very interesting topic in the
Oratorical Contest. Frank studies hard and when it comes
to international relations discussions in "Problems" class,
he is a leader.
GRACE SENSENBACII "Gracie"
"Yeah team! Fight, Hght, fight!" What vitality and
what a cheerleader! Always a cheerful smile and plenty
oi pep, "Gracie" also likes to argue-ask those in her
"Problems" class. Everything seems to be included in her
school program-dancing, sports, and various clubs. As
for your ambition to be an air hostess, here's to some
Comet Staff, Feature Editor 133: Senior Class Play 1333
Glee Club 1135 Blue and White Staff, Chuckles Editor 1335
Dramatics Club 123 1333 Dramatic Club Play 1335 Hockey
113 123 1335 Basketball 113 123 133, Captain 123, Volley
Ball 113 123 1335 Baseball 113 123 1335 Cheerleader 133.
Radio Broadcast 113 Science Club 113 133 Band 113
1235 Orchestra 113 123 Oiatoucal Contest 113
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X936 VIRGINIA SIIIELDS "Ginny"
"Ginny" comes in close contact with hcr books nightly
and we don't mean as paper weights or foot stools, She
is also a great reader of books and magazines and she has
a wealth of material stored in her head. At present Pen
Argyl sees more ol' her than we do. Who is it, Ginny?
Dramatic Club 123 133: Glee Club 1333 Operetta 133:
Forensic Society 1235 Latin Club 113.
MILDRED SIEGFRIED "Millie"
Blond, curly locks and sparkling blue eyes, "Millie's"
sunny disposition and friendly attitude have attracted
many friends. She is a very much alive girl whose chief
delight lies in the realm of sports. She is also interested
in music, and is a member of the Glee Club and Com-
mercial Club. And, oh, "Millie" has another interest, too.
11-lere's a tip, he's from Hecktown.3
Glee Club 113 123 133: Operetta 113 123 133: Com-
mercial Club 133: Hockey 113 123 1335 Baseball 113 123
133: Basketball 1335 Volley Ball 123 1335 Blue and White
Staff, Typist 133.
EDITII SIMMONS "Edith"
Beauty plus brains plus brawn-that's Edith. This
attractive girl is a terror as a guard, swings a wicked
tennis racquet, and makes a hockey stick do things. But
don't let that deceive you. Edith is just as alert and cap-
able in the classroom as proven by the 90's on her report
card. Keep up the good work, Edith.
Glee Club 1131 Operetta 1133 Blue and White Staff 113,
Associate Editor 1233 Comet Staff, Typist 133: Tennis 113
123: Volley Ball 123: Basketball, Captain 113 123 133:
Baseball 113 1233 Historian 113 133: Hockey 133. Captain
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JOHN SIPOS "Johnny"
"Who's this small dark fellow swinging down the hall?"
It's "Johnny" with a good-humored grin and a cheery
greeting. Light on his feet, with plenty of "pep," hc
makes an enjoyable dancing partner. We know his chief
aim is to be a physical education teacher. You have a
good start, "Johnny," keep going.
Football fly, Varsity C235 Baseball OJ f2J1 Class
Basketball fly C23 C353 Orchestra C153 Science Club C355
Glee Club fly.
DONALD SLOYER . "Donald',
"And out of the deep thicket came a clear voicef' Don-
ald doesn't say much until you asle his opinion, but then
brace yourself. Logical, and straightforward, Donald's
arguments pierce the subject to the very core. Seldom
indecisive, and fully aware of "cause and effect," Donald
should be able to use these qualities to help him span the
RICHARD SMITH "Dick"
"No-I'll bet you on that,"-'wait a minute, don't think
you're at Madison Square Garden and hearing "Jack"
Doyle. It's only "Dick" arguing baseball with "Emmy"
Rundle. Fidegty and easily excited, "Dick" needs only to
combine his "spunk" with a little sound logic, and he'1l
be one step nearer home when he tackles 1ife's problems.
Athletic Council, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer 433:
Glee Club C113 Class Basketball Q13 421 t3Jg Class Base-
ball 419 125 433.
"river of doubt." '
Band l3Jg Science Club Q33
X935 HELEN SNYDER "Helen"
Can she cook? Can she sow? Can she bake a cherry
pic? Well, I'll say! Mrs. Bruce Doyle, the former Helen
Snyder of Nazareth High School, can do all of the afore
mentioned and then some. This brown-eyed young girl
is quite domestic. In addition, she enjoys sports, and is
quite well known for her participation in Girl Scout
activities. Long life and happiness, Mrs. Doyle.
Basketball 1155 Operetta 125: Blue and White Staff,
Athletic Editor 115 1255 Dramatic Club 115.
JOSEPH SOFFERA "Joan
An excellent student, a good sport, and a grand person,
'tJoe" is admired by all for his fine sportsmanship, friend-
liness, and keen intelligence. "Joe's" ability to work and
to work hard has enabled him to major in scholastic,
athletic, and executive activities. At the rate he's going,
this young man should get places. Keep plodding ".Ioe."
We are all betting on you.
Football 115 125 1355 Basketball 115 125, arsity 135:
Student Council 125g Commercial Club, President 135:
Blue and White Standard Staff 1255 Class Assistant Sec-
retary-Treasurer 1355 Class President 125.
WILLIAM TAMANDL "Bill"
Football captain, class president, "Bill" is one of thc
most popular boys in our class. In athletics, clubs, classes,
"Bill's" courtesy, sportsmanship, and ability have been
demonstrated. May those commendable characteristics
serve you well on shipboard. Won't those broad shoulders
look great in a uniform? How about it, girls?
Football Varsity 115 125, Captain 1353 Baseball 115,
Varsity 125 135: Basketball 115 125, Varsity 1353 Com-
mercial Club, President 1353 Student Council 115, Class
HELEN TARNOK "Helen"
Nature must have been in a generous mood when she
formed that pretty face. Such beautiful hair and those
flashing brown eyes, When Helen turns on that magic
smile, the boys just can't resist. Maybe, it's the dimples
that attract these helpless males. Helen is no painted
doll, however. She is an average student and a very good
athlete. She loves sports and is a great dance fan.
Hockey C17 C25 i355 Basketball L25 431: Volley Ball
125, Captain 133: Baseball f2l 131, Captain 1255 Com-
mercial Club Cllg Dramatic Club 133,
CLARENCE TEEL "Buttercup"
"Dynamite comes in a small package" and when we
look at the diminutive stature of "Buttercup" we might
be tempted to think that he never does much. But we're
wrong again. There he goes now, into the laboratory:
and something is on his mind again. There it is, a com-
pleted experiment, Interested in chemistry and physics,
Clarence has been an active and invaluable aid to the
Science Club. During the past year he served as its
VIRGINIA TITTLE "Tittle"
Surprises come in small packages. And so "Tittle" with
her small stature can create an amazing amount of noise.
She is really a miniature siren. She goes in for bright
colors and is fond of dancing. Outside interests seem to
leave "Tittle" little time for studying. Nevertheless,
"Tittle" is a lot of fun :md a good sport and we all
Latin Club 113 Glee Club C13 Class Basketball Q25
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KATHRYN UHLER "Kathryn"
Kathryn and her inseparable pals arc always bursting
into perils ol' laughter. especially at noon hour. fThey say
it's about French.J French is one oi her pct subjects and
that is probably why she majors in this language. Kathryn
is a rcal honest-to-goodness baseball player and some-
day you may hear that she has become the first woman
to be in the world series.
Dramatic Club up 125 431: Baseball ui 423 433.
LESTER UHLER "Uhler"
"When the cat's away, thc mice will play,"-that's
Lester. Forever trying some new "prank," "Uhler" is 31-
ways injecting life into all of us. He never gives us a
moment to think of what may come next. With a little
plodding "Uh1er" is able to earn appreciable grades and
hold his ground with his classmates,
Science Club C35 .
MIRIAM UNANGST "Mimi"
A quiet, sedate, business-like girl who has done a won-
derful job as business manager of the Comet. Her in-
terests, however, also extend into the field of dramatics
and debating, Her happy smile and checriul attitude will
be great assets to her at Susquehanna-her future Alma
Blue and White Stall' C135 Glee Club ill: Operetta ill:
Dramatic Club Q15 123, President 4373 Blue and White
Staff, Circulation 1273 Senior Play 133: Comet Staff, Bus-
iness Manager C3hg Forensic Society C25 QSM Home Room
RUTH WAGNER "Wagner"
"Wagncr's" attractive blue eyes and pleasant smile, to-
gether with a likable personality, have endeared her to
the hearts of many. She has a high scholastic rating but
her main interest is out of school-in fact, out of the
state. We ask you, "Why can't you confine yourself to
Student Council 113: Class Vice-President C233 Blue
and White Staff C333 Dramatic Club 121 CD1 Commercial
Club C25 433.
ELIZABETH XVALTERS "Lippy"
t'Lippy," our class tom-boy, is Marion Kienzle's in-
separable companion. She isn't very keen about school
and lessons but she likes stenographie work. We hope
you'll be a success as "somebody's stenogf'
Glee Club L11 C235 Operetta 1135 Volley Ball Q15 f3yg
LAURA WAMBOLD "Reds"
Our red-headed trombone player certainly has done a
great job in the orchestra and the band, Always on the
go, seldom quiet-she likes sports, music, and dancing.
"Recl's" pep and vitality are good medicine for you if
you're "down in the dumps."
Baseball C13 135, Basketball Q11 123 133: Volley Ball
Q13 C25 4313 Hockey 615 1255 Band C15 125, Secretary
1333 Orchestra C15 125 1355 Dramatic Club C135 Glee
Club and Operetta Q25 CSD.
HELEN VVASSICEK "Helen"
Cute, isn't shc? This fair little lady from Chapman
Quarries, is an all around pal. She is a lover of sports and
an excellent swimmer. She is also interested in dramatics.
He1en's vivacity and sparkling personality make her a
gay comrade and a lovable companion. Our best wishes
for your success and happiness, Helen.
Dramatic Club Play 1333 Basketball 123 133: Hockey
123 133:Vol1cy Ball 113 123 133, Captain 123133:Bascball
113 123 133: Blue and Whitc Staff 1333 Commercial Club
1333 Glcc Club 123 133, Treasurer 133, Operetta 123 133.
ROBERT WEISS "Boll"
With a cheery smile and a happy whistle "Bob" is
ready for life, His accomplishments in the field of athletics
are many. In fact, "Bob" would like to become a Phy-
sical Education instructor. You have our best wishes for
Football 113 123 1333 Basketball 113 123 133: Track
1335 Class Secretary 123: Student Council 1335 Athletic
DIRK WIERSMA "Dirk"
"Ich bein dah." Yes, he is. No matter where or what
you're doing, Dirk is liable to pop up. Dirk's rich, power-
ful voice and his ability in dialect work have had many
an audience in "stitches" Wherever he goes he is welcome
and that goes for his classmates, too.
Latin Club 113 1233 Glee Club 123 1333 Operetta 123
1335 A Cappella Choir 1333 Science Club 1333 Tennis
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EDN A YOUNG
Quiet and sedate-that's what you are likely to think
if you don't know her. Edna has a sense of humor that
tickles anybody's funny bone. Not only has she been
blessed with pretty eyes, but with a likable personality
which will help to make her life as a nurse a pleasant one.
Glee Club 111 C23 GU: Operetta fl! 121 131.
DAVID IVORMAN "Stormie"
Bang! Bang! It's only "Stormie's" Ford starting oi!
with a backfire. His good humor and intoxicating laugh
have made him popular with many, and inseparable from
'1Bud" and "'Charlie". "Stormie" expects to go to Lehigh
to study engineering.
Class Basketball C15 123 4353 Latin Club C113 Comet
Staff, Assistant Business Manager 1353 Senior Class Play
1335 Glee Club 117: Science Club i373 Operetta, Electric-
ian 1393 Blue and White Staff, Chuckles Editor 121g Ten-
nis Tournament tlj Q25 133.
ELWOOD YEAKEL "Elwood"
Quiet and reserved, Elwood is an "ever-present helping
hand." When any social function is to take place, you can
always depend on Elwood to see that everything is in
place. Elwood is as studious and conscientious as he is
co-operative and willing to work. When life's problems
face you, go forward with that same resolution that is all
Commercial Club 637.
79363 KENNETH YOUNG "Y0unBie"
Tall and slender, this blond, blue-eyed youth has a per-
sonality that should help him in rincling his place in the
world. Hidden in the sparkle of his eyes is a bit of wit
and humor which tends to make "Youngie" a sociable
and amiable friend. But that's not all. When "Youngie"
and Frank Huber "get together" there's no end to fun.
Here's a wish for your future success.
Latin Club C11 C213 Class Basketball Q23 C333 Science
Club, Secretary QZJ.
Last Will and Testament
li. thc Class of 1938 of Nazareth High School, in the Borough of Nazarvtll.
in the County of Norllnnnpton :Anil the State of llvnnsylvanin. living at
this time in :i sanv stall' of niinsl. do niakc our lust will and tcstanicnt as
Firxl-llh' lwqnvatli to our siivvvssors our splrmlicl L-xalnple of school Spirit
and citizunship to inspiri- those who rcinain within our walls.
Sffrolul-'l'o thc Juniors wc ln-qnr-nth thc good tilnva wc vnj Dyed as Suniors.
Tliirrlf-'l'o thu Sophoniorvs wx' lwqnvzith thc duty of living up to thi- high
inoral standards of thuir upper-classincn.
Iourlli-WVU bequeath thu following' pvrsonal ullar:n'turistivs of the Class of
'38 to various llll'llllll'l'S of our high school.
Gladys Alpaugh's arguniuntativc spirit to Anna lirandl.
llflyllltlllll liartliolo1ncw's'iiutv to ncxt yvar's lianil. Now all you nvcil is a
pluyvr. Mr. Rcitz.
livulyn lianln:1n's thoughtfnlnvss to thc thouglltlcss.
Bctty lil-uk's outstanding intvlligvncv to those who think a few 90's would hm-lp.
l.illian llvvrs' service to futon' refreshment vonnnittcus.
Charlvs llcnnett's radio rum-vii-ing set to thc person that 1-an iigiirc out its
Mary llL'nsing's l'liv:n'rflllin'ss to Arlunv Bvnningvr.
liluanor lion-rstlcr's vivavity to Vale-rin Arntlt. No niorc pcauv: and qnict for
Cora liond's willingness to the future crrzmd runners.
l"ranc'is lircidingcfs golzlcn sill-iivv to Xlihlrcll lloyvr. lVv'll n1'1'1'r hvar you
Sadiv f'arty's soplristivation to lilizahcth Wcrklwiscr.
Graco f'lausvr's lou- of vlivniistry to next ys':n"s vllvlnistry vlossos. Mr, Shvk-
lutski won't have any trouhlc then.
Virginia l'lcn'cll's naturally wavy hair to X't'llllIl Rohn,
lihnira Colvm-r's scriousnvss to llarohi Kiivcllt. Put away that laugh, Bud.
X933 15. l"ern f'olver's altruisni to Anna Nagle.
16. Eugene Dasllnta's 3:30 dates with Bliss Slant tn il'ayne Keek. Yon'll have to
wait for him now. Louise.
17. .loseplline Edeln1an's make-np to Mary Noll. Not that you really need it, Mary.
IR. lilwood l'lyer's "teddy bear" haircut to llenry Byrnes. You won't need the
rubber band anymore. llenry.
19. Clarence Feline-l's feeble voiee to Andrew Sterlaehini. W1-'ll barely hear you,
20. Charles l'ree's good nature tu lilwonrl Stotllet.
Lil. Robert l91'ecxnan's list of girl friemlw to l.n-Qler liartrnn. 'Phat is, if you enn
handle any more, Lester.
22. ltalph Fries' brnnln to next year's room sweepers.
28. Carl l"ry's lnnne-runs to next yi-ar's baseball team.
2-L Quentin George's physique to Wallace Keen.
25. Jessie Gold's golden tresses to l.c0ta Steed.
26. Kathryn Gold's French ability to Peter lleelunan. Yon'll be getting' 90's now.
27. Anna Gradwobl's tall stature to Virginia Stier.
28. Ruth Hai-tley's ability to skate to those who are afraid to try.
29. Carl Halm's "Ford" to .leraline Kern. No need to walk now, Jeraline.
210. Virginia Hal1n's love nf reading to anyone who ean't even get tllrnllgll a book
Ill. Joseph Hawk's motto usilenec is golden" to Lorraine Tllolnas.
32. la-Roy Hcfckniaifs inqllielnde to Jeanne Searles.
33. Stanley Hl'l'klllIlll'S nuatlwss to the boys who don't wear a tic.
3-I-. Mae Hcycr's eoinpaniunsbip to anyone who feels thc need of a friend.
235. Paul Hagley's devotion to one girl to John Redline.
36. David H0uek's monotone to Viola Nall.
37. Chester Iluber's drainatie elevcrness to the hero of next ycar's senior play.
38. l-'rank Hubcx-'s kindliness to those wishing for n "pub"
39. Roy James' debating ability to the future members of the Forensie Society.
-LU. Naomi Kellei-'s love of the eonntry to Mildred Kneller.
F1-I. Marian Kicnzlv's taeiturnity to "Rm-lwl" Montprode.
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Anita Knecht's even disposition to Anna Werkheiser.
Jennie Kowalczk's pleasantness to those who feel gloomy.
Kenneth Kronn-r's eliicient management to next year's basketball manager.
Peggy Landon's sedateness to Marion McCrarly. No more climbing trees,
Norraine I.app's rollicking laughter to Beatrice Edelman.
Adolph Murth's silence to Ada Snyder.
Katherine Maurek's basketball skill to the incoming athletes.
Pauline Mengel's willingness to the "first-class shirkersf'
John Mt-rtz's sense of humor to Donald Metz.
Wanda Mikolajezylck creative ability to the editorial staff of next ycar's
Howard Minnit-h's eurly hair to any girl who wants it. No need of ps-rmanvnts,
William Most-r's "gas chariot" to anyone who rloesu't mind getting out to push.
Elwood Musehlitz's skill in experimentation to the would-be cxpcrimenters.
Lovine Muschlitz's timidity to Marion Flick.
Arlene Naee's kind nature to Samuel Merle.
Grace Neumeyer's studiousness to Robert Taylor.
Charles Nicholas' hashfulness to Esther Pasini. No blushcs either. Esther.
Jacob Nolf's "blaring" trumpet to Mana Chapman.
George Pfeiti'cr's mischievous nature to Lucy Houck. Use sparingly.
Marlyn lieigel's fun making to Dorothea Smith.
Helen Rohn's domesticity to Elizabeth Seeley.
Donald Ruhf's shyncss to Mary Karch.
llincrsou liundle's friendliness to girls to Edward Knrch.
VVilliann Schh-gc-l's sense of "school spirit" to future ticket sellers.
Frank Sr-hramm's manual training ability to those competing for a l'.ion's
Grace Sensenbaelfs ever-present smile to those who feel a hit gloomy.
Virginia ShielLl's accidental breakage in "Chemistry Lab." to the pcrsnn who
possesses an excessive bank roll.
69. Mildred Sicgffriedls friendly attitude to Alice George.
70. Edith Simmons' devotion tu Mildred Beck.
71. John Sipos' dancing skill to Paul Buralli. Keep in step, Paul.
72. Donald Sloycr's shyness to Bernard Uhler.
73. lticharcl Smith's nervousness to Evelyn Beers.
7-l-. Helen Snyder's spirit to Ruth Johnson.
75. Joseph Sotl'eru's shorthand ability to Thomas Frcdcrickson.
76. XVilliam Tamundl's determination to Gerald Strunk.
77. Helen 'I':1rnok's loquaciousness to John Miller. Speak up, Jolm.
78. Clarence Teel's diminutive size to Edwin Kirhy.
79. Virginia Tittle's red hut and shoes to the next one in line.
80. Lester Uhler's prevaric-ation to all those in need of making excuses.
82. Miriam Unangsfs splendid eilieionvy to the business stall of the "Comet"
83. Ruth Wagner's quiet attitude to VVarren Engle.
84. Elizabeth lValter's "tomhoyishncss" to Vivian von Stcubon.
85. Laura lfVambold's "sliding" trombone to Margaret YVartman. Another instru-
ment added to your collection.
86, Helen Wassicelis politeness to those receiving a minus in courtesy.
87. Dirk WVicrsma's deep bass voice to William Hahn.
88. David Worman's idiosyucrasir-s tn Henry Arndt.
89. Elwood Yoakcl's quietness to lVilliam Eln-rts,
90. Edna Young's good sportsumnship to Igmitz Klepeis.
91. Kenneth Young's giggle to all sophomore girls.
92. Helen Klcckncr's tiny stature to Earl lvilken.
93. Thomas Schmidfs dilatoriuess to Clayton Vogel. Slow down a hit, Clayton.
9-lr. Robert Weiss' skill in calculating to Mr. Cump's geometry students.
In witness thereof, we the Class of 1938, have set our hand and seal ln this. our
Last Will and Testament. this twenty-tlllrd day of June, Nineteen Hundred Thirty-
,vrrrxsrsz ' qsagmay cuss of mas.
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The Class Prophecy
N the distanee, the sun was sinking slowly below the edge of a meadow of lush
elover. casting an etliz-real glow over the horizon,
Rupressing a sigh, I turned my hack upon this lovely scene and retraeed my
steps toward town. As I drifted down the practically deserted street, a series of loud
yt-lps awakened me from my reveriv. A dog, tail between its legs, went ki-yi-ing
down the street, and a vague form darted past me, in mad pursuit of the unfortunate
canine. That man! I was sure I had seen him somewhere hefore. Why of course!
Ilow silly of me not to recognize Elwood Eyer. But, sin:-e when had Elwood haven
elevated to the exalted position of dog catcher?
.lust then, the tempting odor of eorned heef and cabbage assailed my nostrils.
a gentle reminder that Life would seem mueh sweeter on a full stomach. Elwood was
forgotten. A large sign now attracted me-"Special today, Katt-'s eorned heef and
enliliagef' I must try sonic.
Seating myself at a sidewalk table, I first heeume aware of my surroundings.
Odd that l never had noticed this sidewalk eafe hefore. An innnaeulate waiter ap-
proaehed me, walking with a familiar gait. Yes-yes, it was IfJ:n'id Houck. But l
wonder if he recognized me? No sign of recognition came into his eyes as I gore
him my order. Perhaps, if I asked him a question or two when he returned with my
order, he might know me.
While waiting for the eorncd beef and cabbage, I amused myself by drawing
fantastic designs on the menu. My gaze suddenly fell on the words. "Proprietress,
Helen Rohn." I must inquire into this. So, when David retui'ned, I asked, "Does
Helen Rohn really own this cafe? And does she L-ook this rorned heef and eahhage,
"Yes 1n'am." he replied. "She owns the plaee. but Kathryn Uhler does the
Ile hurried on to the next table, and I was left alone with my food. It proved
to he better than it appeared, and not a morsel was left on the plate when I finally
moved on. '
The stars were coming out now, and the night promised to be a hot one. Two
hours spent in an air-cooled theater would he refreshing. however. Marion Kienzle
sold me the ticket, and Naomi Keller ushered me to 11 seat.
The pieturc kept the audience in spasms of laughter. for, it featured the hilar-
ious funsters. Mei-tz and Nertz. John Mertz made an excellent "stooge" for Grace
Sense-nhaoh, the "Nei-tz" half of the team.
But two hours are not forever, and I returned to a sleepless night of tossing
and turning. In the morning, a shower partially revived meg and I decided that a
visit to the hairdresser would aid in restoring my spirits.
Browsing through the phone hook for some desirahle hairdresser, I happened
on "Boerstler's Beauty Box." Could that he Eleanor Boerstlcr? There was only one
way to find out.
True to my convictions, Eleanor did own the licouty shop. From hcr, I learned a
great deal aluout some of my former elassmates. lvhile Eleanor waved my hair and
Virginia Tittle manicured my nails. Eleanor proceeded to inform me about them.
Clarence l"ehnel's work as forester has forced him to seelude himself in Sequoia
National Park. lvilliam Tanmndl and Roy James. as sailors. found their life work
on the high seas. Robert Yveiss. during the summer months, acts as lifeguard at the
lioro Park. The rest of his time is spent as swimming instructor at the "Y."
Several found happiness in marriage. Evelyn Bauman walked down the aisle
to the strains of "I.ohengrin." to meet Carl Fry. who non' owns and operates his
father's grocery store. Emerson Itundle took time out from his deep-sea diving to
visit the parson with Edith Simmons. Mrs. Bruce Doyle. the former Helen Snyder,
is the proud owner of twins. Lester Uhler. whom everyone thought would he a
eonfirlned liaellelor, surprised everyone by eloping with the lrelle of the town. Lester,
hy the way, is a foreman in the Nazareth Cement Company.
Others had found employment in their Alma Mater. lfern Colver has spent tive
years as Miss Nicholas' secretary. while Katherine Maurek has spent almost as
many as the physical education instructor. Since the addition of a swimming pool in
tho high school, Helen ll'assic-ek has been employed as the swimming instructor. The
enrollment of the school had increased so much, it heeaine necessary to add a hook-
keeping teacher to the faculty, and Virginia Clewell was chosen for the position.
Elwood Yeakel is one of the janitors.
Eleanor had othcr customers to attend to, and so she left me. While my hair
dried, I picked up a magazine. Glaneing at the name, "The Candid Commentator," I
thought. "That must he a new magazine." Looking through it. I took note of the
striking photographs which were taken hy Kenneth Kromer. What surprised me.
however. was the fact that Joseph Sotfera was the editor. I also noticed that the
women's page was written hy Pauline Mengel.
Ifeeling satisfied with my eoiifrur and nails. I left the salon, and wandered
into thc "Five and Ten." Roaming around the various counters. I perceived Ituth
Hartley serving a customer in the eandy department.
Out of the "Five and Ten." onto the hot pavements I sauntered. At Adolph
3Iarth's ice eream stand. I stopped for a cone of that delicious dessert. and then
After dinner. not wanting to spend thc evening alone, I visited Xorraine I.app,
who owns an attractive tourists' home. Norraine, too, had much to tell me about
my old friends.
"Gladys Alpaugh has taken over her motller's florist shop." she said, "and
Frank Huller is her steadiest customer. Frank is paying marked attention to Mae
Heyer. the greatest sensation on iee skates sinee Sonja Ilenie. By the way, Carl
Hahn has lueen ellauffcuring for Mae. ever since she rose to fame.
"Jessie and Kathryn Gold are nurses in the same hospital. Speaking of thc
medical profession. Dr. Kenneth Young has lieen treating Elizabeth XValtcrs for
' U. 1'
insomania and," she eontinued, "Quentin George has just opened an oiliccg Quentin
is practicing optometry.
"Francis Breidinger and Richard Smith are "hitting it off" in the paperhanging
husiuess. They did a very nice job on my bedrooms," Norraine continued.
"Miriam Unangst has made a name for herself as a social worker. Betty Beck
has found her calling as a ehaperon for girls traveling abroad. Raymond Bartholo-
mew is a professor of anatomy at Harvard. and Charles Free is the coach at Temple
University," thus ended Norraine.
tVe then planned to go to the opera to see and hear Dirk Wiersmn, renowned
hasso of the Metropolitan Opera Company.
The next evening, I attended a dance given by Joseph Hawk, who is noted for
the novelty parties he gives. Tempestuous Latin rhythm was provided by Anita
Knee-ht's orchestra. .laeoh Nolf, Laura lVnmbold, and Thomas Schmidt, members
of Anita's orchestra, gave their version of "The Big Apple," a danec very popular
about seven or eight years ago.
The novelty of the evening was an acrobatie feat by Helen Klcckner, an eques-
triennr: of no small repute, and Helen's trained quadruped.
I met many of my old friends while there. Cora Bond, a telephone operator,
aml Elmira Culver, who works in a bank, eame in eseorted by twin brothers. In faet.
the twins are so identieal, neither Elmim nor Cora ever know which one they are
Mary Bensing, who has joint charge of a ehildren's nursery with Virginia
Shields, appeared in a picturesque gown of yellow net trimmed in blue. Mary told
me Peggy Landon, noted authority on women's clothes, had aided her in selecting her
froek. She also informed me that Peggy was present at the danee.
In n triee, I was oi? in search of Peggy. I found her completely surrounded by
admirers. Among them were David tVorman, Marlyn Reigel, George Pfeiffer and
John Sipos. David, :1 traveling salesman home for his vacation, was trying to tell
Marlyn Reigel how to play golf in three easy lessons. Marlyn, incidentally, is the
owner of scads of medals, eups, ribbons, etc., all won in golf tournaments. George.
a shoemaker, and John, owner of a ehain of hotels, were discussing the international
situation. Peggy was trying unsuccessfully to listen to all of them at once, but I
rescued her in time to save her from going completely mad.
Finally alone, we tired a veritable barrage of questions at eaeh other. Unable
to ask and answer questions at the same time, we gave up, and returned to the ball-
room. meeting acquaintances everywhere we went.
Sadie Carty, after solving her own love problems. is now solving other unfor-
tunate couples' problems. Sadie's "Advice to the I.ovelorn" column appears in the
same newspaper for which Virginia Hahn is are reporter.
Anna Gradwohl, active in -L-H clubs and the Grange, came with her husband.
Paul I-Iagley, during the rveent typhoid epidcmie. carried on a rather lively business:
Paul is an undertaker.
Ott in u lonely eorner, we found Robert Freeman and Charles 1Nieholas having
f9J3C9 ' A
a heated argument over their respective elevator services. Both Bob and Charles
own stores, and each is a constant source of keen competition to the other. llob
claims Elwood Musehlitz made a better elevator operator than Lovine Musehlitz.
lilwood is employed by Robert. and Charles employs I.ovinc.
Outside on the terrace. Peggy and I happened on Eugene llashuta and William
Hchlcgel, discussing modern methods of farming. Eugene and llill own two of the
largest modern farms in thc county.
Josephine Edelman, Stanley Heekman, and Ralph Fries were unable to attend
because of their work. All three are connected with thc radiog Josephine gives
beauty talks, Ralph is one of the cowboys on a cowboy program, and Stanley is a
Charles Bennett, who is responsible for several contributions to television. and
Grace Clauser, a laboratory technician. were perceived sipping punch and talking
about something that was meant for their ears only.
Lolloy Ilcckman, Jennie Kowalczk, Frank Schramm, Howard Minnich, and
Donald ltuhf were not present. Upon inquiring, Peggy and I learned that LeRoy
was attending an osteopathist's convention, of which hc is an important member.
Jennie was scheduled to render a violin solo nt a concert: Frank is a missionary in
some far-oil' land: Donald was on his night shift as machinist at the Lone Star
Cement Uompany, Howard Minnich? At present, no one knows whcrc he is. Search-
ing for more lions or tigers in some little-known section of Africa. no doubt. Howard
Iinds a great deal of pleasure in big-game hunting.
William Moser, a criminal lawyer. was found dancing with Mrs. Chester Huber.
I heard it said more than once that Chester yearns for the single life. Chester did
look a bit hen-peeked when I saw him speaking to Ruth Yvngner, the secretary to the
president of a large corporation.
Mildred Siegfried, Clarence 'l'ecl, and lldno Young were spied chatting before
thc fireplace, Mildred is a competent bookkccper in thc "Glamour Company." This
company. which produces an exclusive eye-rinse. employs Edna as a model. Her
beautiful, clcar brown cyes cause many women to begin using "Glamorglo." Clarence
has made a success of his apiary. Clarence stnrtcd with one bcchircg now he owns
ten thousand times as many.
The dance concluded with a "Rhumba" by Helen Tarnok, a dancing teacher,
and several slcight-of-hand tricks performed by Donald Slayer. prestidigitator.
As I was leaving, I noticed Grace Neameyer and Arlene Naee getting into the
samc ear. Peggy told me Grace was an interior decorator until she and Arlene pooled
their interests and opened an exclusive girls' boarding school.
I rcturncd home to my little room under the eavcs to dream of my tall, dark,
and handsome escort.
"Wanda, wakc np! It's eight o'f.-lock: if you don't hurry, you'll be late to
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Frnnl Raw. FRANVSISZIN. ILXRTII. IIREINIU, IKIENNINGICR. RRJXNIIL, I'I.ENYEI.L. UEST, FHA?
MAN, IHEERS, HAJAN, BATH, GEORGE. BECK, EDliI.lNlAN, JOHNSON. KERN.
Swmul Row: IIOYLE. IIURALLI. GASKFLL. KIRBY, KICFK. KLVNE. IEYFIR, FLICK. GASTON
FISVIIL, JOHNSON, BUTTS, IIUFII, lIL'Ml'llRliY. FREIYRIVKSON, IZXYURSKI.
Thinl Rnw: IIUMMI-QR. KARCII, ICIIIERTS. ISECKIER, IIEIN'l'ZELMAN. IIEVKMAN, GRL'Bll, ENGLE
CUOLLZY. KICIPER, HARTRON, HANK!-IR.
Junior Class Officers
Jsxislanl S1'vr:'fary-Trvasurrr-YVilliaxn Ehurts
Sfurlvnt f'0unciI-I.orrainc 'I'lmm:xs, Donald Snyder
Class Illoliu: "Bu sure you are right, then go zxhcaldf'
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Front Row: WAll'l'MAN, l'E'l'liRS, SUIIRAMMICI.. IIOVUK, MINSUII, NICVNER. RVHF, .-XRLFNE
SXYDIZR, T'.XNK'U'l"I'INl2, 'l'llOMAS, MYRA NULL. MARX' NULL. E. NULL, l'lilSL'HL. N:H'I.l1.
Sn-cr-ml Row: SFIIIJQGEI., S'l'Ol'Il'lx, TAYIANA, PARENTI, ANNIE XVERKEISER, NEICIAV, ISALDXYIN.
SMITH. MARSH, KRATZ, V. WERKHISIZR, ,-XDA SNYUER. STIEED. KUEHLHR. LEHR.
Thiral Huw: 5lI:XNKXYEIl.lfR, STAND, VRHAN. 'l'AYI.UR. TEIKIMIZI., MUYICR, MHTZ. KROIKU
MERLU, STUVKIZR. SHAFER. UHLER,
Fuurrh Huw: Rl'l"I'liR, ll. SNYUER. MENGFL, SL'IlM.XI.Zl'IR, I.liKll'0I.lD, REIILINE. l'HII.l.Il"S.
S'I4IiL'l'Z, KOS'I'IiNBAllER, STRUNK, R.-XUER. NIUNPROIIE.
Junior Class Officers
plxxiximlt Srvreiary-Trmxllrz-1'4B0rr1:xrd Ulllvr
Sfuzlvnl l'u11nciI-Mzxrion Flin-I
flnxs I"Iu1c':-r: Clxrysamklxum nm
c, John Rcdlinu
Ulnxs Culorx: Maroon and VVllite
ll A ll N,
TIHISEI., FLICK. lf. GRAN ER, Fl'l.XlliR, H. AFKHIIMAN, V. ARNIKT, CHAP5
llIilTRIl'll, li. ARNIYT. kZ0l.lil.. RI-IUKHR. l!l'R.Xl.I., CI.EXYEl.l.. l'l'MllERl..XNll.
I.. FREY. li. Al'KliRll.'XN, HEFK. lll'SS. t'l.Al'SliR. EINYARIYS. GIXTHEIE, COR
l'HLVliR. IJ. GRAVER, FARLO. FR-XNFIP.-Xfxli. DAVIS, FEHR. HAJAN.
Thin! Rnw: '
A. lllfll, ll, GEORGE. lll'RAI.lll. FISFIII., ll. ARNIVF, F. llli'I'Z, IYOYLIC, ll. GEO
', lEl'SS, FOIIEI., A. HAHN. lf'I.URY. GROLLER.
' FRANTZ, Illil'K. BITZ, W. HRAYER, llli'l'WliIl,liR. W. IIAIIN, J. BYRNI-IS, li. I'
fin' Prfuviflrnl-Clmrlvs Riugvl
.-lsxisfnnl Sffrrffarlu mul Trr'asllr1'r-Mildred Moyer
Siuzlrnt vllllilvil-lxllCl'll! Diutriclx, William Hahn
X935 From Ron.: KARVII. NULL. KlI.l'A'l'Rll'li, M. I'I.0'l"l'S. KRUIKOTII, KERN. H. l'l.U'I"l'S. MENIDOLA,
NI'Il'Ml2Yl'IR, IIARPER. KRUMER, ML'SSEl.MAN. ll. NALILE, PETRAGLIA. IIORYEATII.
Svruml Row: RINIJREII, LUNG, MGYER, LI MILLER. M11'R.Xl7Y. KING, Llilllfll, H.Xl.IHiMAX.
KNICILICR, KIMMINOVR, IIICCKMAN, NQRRIS, MITMAN, li. KOCH.
Third Row: MACKEY. NIl'H0l..XS, KARI.CXVI'l'K'H, M.XGIlI'l'l'Il. LAIIR. l'Al'KOYl'l'Z, KUPFER.
KIQICN, KRATZIER. I.xY.-XX, li. NAGLE, OTTINKIIEK. K!.Hl'lEIS, 1ll'Cll.X.
Fourth Row: LAKEY, lIUIfFMIiIS'I'l2R, H. KUUIL l'Ul.:XNSKl, HVTH. KXICCIIT, KLFSKU, 1.
NILLIER, D. KOFII. I.. Mll.l.Nil. ll:Xl'l'lil,. Xlflilil.. MIk'Il.XliI..
.lsxixinnt Servlnrlu-Trr'asur1'r4Klildrvd Xloycr
Shui:-ul f'nunciI-Vivian vnu Stcnbcn, Curl Zn-incr
I I 11
1 ' 'f
-i j Front Row: XYERKHHISER, S'l'ElXME'l'Z, XYOOl,HER'l', RAIIJLINE. STUHI.. XYEISS, vox STEUBEN,
VVAKINER, STIHR. RUNULE, SMITH. SIMMONS, SCIIMIDT. STl'RIiR. SEARLES.
Sccunrl Row: SU.l"Il'lS, STRUNR, SEIFERT, TOIIORA. XYIMMER, ROHRBAFH, ROTH, SMITH,
SVREII. STICYIENSUN, VYERKIIEISHR. ROIIN. ZGOUA, ROHER'l'S, YOGEL.
Third Row: RHIMER, REESE, SANDT, IIUMANISHAN, STUFlfl.E'l', ZEINER. IHCINERT. WELTY,
REIGEI.. YEAR!-II.. WUOIIIUNG, W0l.l7I'i, S'l'ERI.ACHINI.
Fourllx Row: WALTERS, UIILER, ROMANYZYN, S'l'R0llMEYIili, NYl'1L'l'Y. Tlilil., F. XVUNIIIERLY.
XYILKEN, C. VVUNIJERLY. SIEGFRIEIJ. REPII, YUS'I',
Class Illotlo: "Live, so that you may bc u friend to ull, and never hurt another."
Vlaxx l"ln:c'rr: Tnlismam Rose
Vlnsx Colors: Blur :md Gold
r. 3 ,snr
lfrnnl Row: FLIFK. GASKELI., :Xi'RFfRfil:'XN. MUSER, lTlE'l'Rll'll. XYICISS, ZEINER.
Second Row: 'l'HOM:XS, Rl'flll.lNli. won S'l'lil'llUX. MISS XIFIIOLAS. KIIZURGE, BEFK. SNYIIER.
0 represent the student hody in its relation to school activities is the chief
purpose of the Student Council. The inemlvers lend and direct student projects
under the guidunee of their adviser, Miss Nicholas. Both the '1'lxunksgiving :md
Clxristnms dances held on November 26, 1937, and Deeemher 22, 1937, respectively,
were sponsored by the Student Council. Those members responsible for the great
Queeess of these parties were Ylfillizun Moser. Robert Yveiss. Elizuhetll Beck, Law-
renee Gaskell. Lorraine Tholnus, Donald Snyder, Betty Ackerman, Yvillizxm Hahn.
:ind Arlene Dietrich.
The second semester members were William Moser, Quentin George, Elizabeth
Beck, Donald Snyder, .luck Redline, Marian Flick, Betty Ackerman, Vivian von
Steuben, and Carl Zeiner.
The oflieers for the year were President, Vlfilliam Moser: Vice-llresident, Law-
rence Gaskell: Seeretary-Trecxsurer, Elizabeth Beekg Assistant Secretary-Treasurer,
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Front Row: ROIIN. MISS Vl'UNlllfRI.Y, KNlil'll'l', NICVK.
N-cmnl Row: kRUZlIlf.R, hMI'l'll, MISS NIl'llUl..XS. l"I5IIXlfl., SlIANKlYifll,liR. ILXXNER.
'l'llll'nl Row: llAllX, MR, l.l'fll, MR. ll.XR'l'Ul.l':'l'. Xlll. l'l'Xll'. XYIEISS.
HIC Athletic Council, whim-li trnnszu-ts ull lmsinvsx pertaining to nllilctivs, mul
ilu' first Tlnlrsrlny of uuvli ninntll,
At the :xnmlnl xnvrting of llnc Atlili-tic Assovintion. ilu' following uflivcrs
l'rz'xi1lf-nffAnit:x Klwvllt Srcrviary-llnln'rt Yll-iss
I'icr-l'r1'xifle'nl-liliznlwtll Bom-k Tr4'1l.vllr1'r-Curl Hahn
.-lsxixlnnf Srervinry-Tr:-nsurrr-Riclmrd Smith
Bcsidvs the above studcnts, tlwrv arc sown-nl tom-ln-rs who nn- pm-rliiaimfnt mom-
lucrs of thu Council. 'Fhcso nrc:
Sr. II. S. Principal--Xliss Nivlmlns Ifnyx' Crznclzm-Mr. Lvll. Mr. Burlolvi
fiirlx' l'um'l1-Miss lvllmlurly Fncully Jlanngvr-Mr. Culup
The other members nf the Council arc ilu- vnrinus studvnts who lillcd tllv cxxpalv-
ily uf ln:ill:ig'crs of tllv different sports:
Fnulluzll nmnagvr-Clurullvv Fvlmul Ilockvy 1l11ll1ngM'ffMyrn Noll
lhlxkzfllrzzll mnlmgz-rx Qfiirlxj-I'Ii'l0n llulm: QBOyxj-Kvnnctll Krvmcr
l1'nxn'lmlI man11gf'1'.v ffiirlxj-Mnriorl Flivkg Qlfn.U.rj-Iloy D:mnc'r
. 7 L Q.-ru:
'1'l'U1'lN'I'S interested in drumntics found instruction :md mnusm-ment :lt the
hiAwcukly xnvvlings of thc' llrumallic' Club umlvr ilu' supervision of Miss Slozll.
Two one :wt plays wi-rv presented hcfnrv thi' nssemlmlyg "S:n1cu for lhv
Guslingsf' on 01-tnlucr 13. 1937 :md "Mimi Liglits thi- Candle" on Dcuomhur 23. 15137
A large :md appreciative lllll'llL'lll'l' turm-d out to suv thi- thrcc act comedy, "Say
It With Music-,' gin-n in thc high si-lmol auditorium on Friday. April 29. 1938.
Mrs. Naury Krrurm, flu' mnllu'r-I.urr:1im' Eyvr
Plmvlu- K1-mon, rr :laughin-r-I.nuisc I.:-hr
l.1m'rr!tr' Krrrmn, 11 daughter-Ellzzlbetll Nei-icy
Shirley Kl'THlJII, n rIallg11f1rrfHelvn Yvnssivelc
l'lara Br-Il, who insixlx on singingfGrucv Si-nsvnlmcli
Uphrlin Wnrfl, flu' llollxzfkwprr-Xlildrvll Moyer
l'r.vuIr1 Ifharhzn, rwnlllly 111111 impurlnnl-Sadie Curly
llvlln Drzznv-s, n Imxinvxs rconmn-Kaxtllryn Gold
Lviln Jlerklr, n m'rc'xpnp1-r ri-onlmz-l'l0lcn 'l':lrnnk
Prnxpvclizu' T4-nnul+l.cnt:l Su-cd
Oiliccrs of the club fur thu yi-ur wore: l'residcnt,, Miriaun Unangstg ViL-u-1'rcsi-
dont, lV:md:1 Milculujrzykg Svc-rvt:u'y, Fi-rn Colvur: 'l'rc:isurer. .luhn Redline.
.fs The Blue and White Standard
HE Blue and Vl'lxitc Standard. nur hi-weekly newspaper, has progressed rapidly
during the past year.
The paper has heroine a member of three press associatinnsz- The Penn-
sylvania School Press Association, The Columbia Scholastic Press Association, and
The Five County School Press Association.
The members of the Editorial stall' who have aided thc Blue and White Standard
in its progress are: Editor-in-Chief, Elizabeth Neeleyg Associate Editors, Lorraine
Thomas, Anne lvcrklleiscr, Lorraine Eyer, and William Ehcrtsg Clnh Editors, Al-
fred Hoffuieister, and Alice Bcckg Athletic Editors, Peggy Landon, and Chester
Hulmcrg Alumni Editor, Marion Flick, Chuekles Editors, Clarence Fehael. Thomas
Frederickson, and Grace Senscnbanhg Exchange Editor, Grace Neulneyerg Reporters,
Willis Happel, Naomi Harper, Carmela Petraglia. Ruth Neumcyer, Alhcx-t Taviani.
lVarrcn Bendcl, and Jean Bocrstlcr.
The Business Staff is composed of the following: Business Manager, Grace
Clauserg Ass't Business Managers. Rae Bcisel, and Leotu Steed, Circulation Man-
ager, Beatrice Edchuang Ass't Uireulatinn Managrcrs, Doris Haldeuian, Earl Wilken,
Robert Huth, and Clayton Vugcl.
The typists are Elmira Culver, Helen Wassicek, Evclyn Beers, Louise Nenner,
Ruth Wagner, Alien George, Mildred Siegfried. and Anna Gradwuhl.
The faculty advisers are Miss Nicholas, Miss Kern, Miss Marx, and Mr. Knecht.
Front Row: HBERTS. WERKHEISICR, THOMAS, LANIYUN, Nlllil.EY, E, l'0l.X'ER. JAMES.
Sccrnul Row: MOSER, F. COl.VEll, UNANGST, MR. Flil,l.HR.
ll ANGUAGE is the dross ol' thoughtg every tiinc you speak, your mind is on
paradz-." lf you want your mind to :ippvnr well in the pnrmlr' und if you
wont your thought wcll dressed, join the Forunsic Sovivty.
Under thc direction of Mr, Fuller, thu Nuzau-oth High School Forensic Souix-ty
oumpletcd :mothcr very nctivu and xuvucssflll season.
lu addition to debating, ull thc members were com-lu-d in public spmkiug :md
tziught the principles of purlizinmcntnry low.
The question chosen for delmte by the National Forensic Society wus: Resolved.
that the scrcrul status should adopt n unicnmeral system of legislation.
After wueks and mouths: of preparation n varsity di-lasting tc-ann. vomposcd of
lioy James, Elmira Culver, und William G. Moser. with Peggy Landon us nltcruutc,
engaged in a non-dvcision debate with Slntiugton High School in thc local hilfh school
The uflivcrs for 1937-38 wore:
1're'sirlr'nI-ll'illi1u.u G. Mosvr
my NYERKlll2lSlill, N0l.l., l..-XXIYUN. llliNXlNl2liR. HUSITR. XYILKEN, MR. FlCLl.l-ll!
PONSORRD hy tln- Alumni Association, thc annual Oratorical Contest was
prcsentvd on lfrizlay, April 22. in the high school auditorium. Anno NY1-i'klxvis0r.
speaking on "Yum-rmlay. Today, and 'l'mnm'r0w" was uwarcled a first prim' of
ten dollars. A second prim- of five dollars was awarded to William G. Moser who
rlclivcrucl thu oration, Hhlajcstic. 'rllilllgll In Ruin." Peggy Lanrlon's topic "Thr
Su-tliing Sta of Horror." and liarl Xvilkcvfs "l.aw Aluovc Hun" rcu-ix-od llonnrahlc
The otha-r contestants wl-rv, Arlunv Bcnningcr. who spoke on "A Millstom- on
ilu- Nvvk of l"rugrcss": and Myra Noll. "ll'c Arn' Ncighliors All."
Om- of thc new fvaturvs of this ycar's oontust was thu nnxsir furnished hy thc
A Cappella Choir.
Miss llaisy Shannon, of Pun Argyl High School. Mr. George Hclfnrr. of lYil-
son Boro High School. ancl Mr. Gcnrgn- Hamhlin. of Stroudshurg. werv the judges.
Mr. Gordon S. Fa-llcr survvrl as faculty sponsor and coached all tho cuntcstants.
K' I LL - m
Sl?NSENll.M'll. NULF. l'N.XNGS'I', l'lflEll-'lflER. 1lL'llh1R, WORM.-XX, FIIRIST
ll RAB APPLE," tha- :mmml Senior Class Play. was presented in the high
school auditorium on Norernlwv 11 and 12, under the dircvtinn of Miss Slnut,
This humorous comedy sluvwed thc plunsunt :md :unusing side of fnmily
squulihlcs :md thv: underlying kindness of an old man. Mr. Hunter, tired nf husiness.
made life miscrahlc for his family. Things worn llfllllgllf to n climax when Jim rc-
turncd homr from college with Paddy, his unknown and unannounced bride. l'nddy's
cnvuuragcmcnt vnuscd George to buy himself 11 rzzdin and Amy to step out in u low
backed new-ning dress.
Mr. Hunter wus finally hrought to reason hy a conspiracy hctwccn Dr. John
and Paddy. wlwrchy hc was made to hclivvc hr was sm-riously ill. After zu scrics of
comprnnlisrs. cvvrytliing cndud as lllc family had lmpvd it would.
l'llRIS'l'. Sl2NSliNll.Xf'll. l'NANliS'I'. lll'Ill'Il!. XYORMAN. NHLF, l'lflill:l?lClQ
Rlr. lllmlrr, Hn' fnllrzlrfllaviil ll'0rm:m
Mrs. Ilunlur, flu' molhr-r-Miriam Unnngst
.Img Hunlrr, ilu' zlnugllvlvr-Anrla Flxrisi
Gmrgv Ilunirr, n sun-George Pfvilfvr
Julm Daly. Hu' rlnclar-fliester Hulu-r
Jrumfx Hunlvr, n sun-.lac-ulv Nnlf
Pruldy, Jim'x zz'ifr-Grzwu Sensi-nlmvll
llropvrly :mtl Stage Colmnittuvs: Miss Clutc. Mr. Sllvklvlski, Graco Ncllxllcyvr,
Kc-nnctll Krnnwr, Virginia Slxivlds. Clarcncn- lfchncl, .losrpll Snlfvra, Gram- Claus:-l',
.lolln Hertz. and Clmrlcs Bennvit.
Businuss :xml Publicity C'0n1lniNci-S: Miss Nix-llolns. lfvrn Culver, Belly llvvli.
Gladys Alpaugll, Kathryn Gold. Arla-nu Nas-in Edith Simmons. and William Moser.
Vl'zu-mlrolnw Connnittei-: Anita. Km-vlxt, l'L-ggy Landon. and Elmira Colvcr.
Promptcr: Virginia Hahn.
ll ll X-
.w ud gi Commercial Club
HE Coiuim-rviul Cluh rusuuwd its au-tivitics this yr-nr undcr tlu- sponsorship ol'
Mrs. Grcinrr, Miss0:1km-s. and Miss Roush. This year u larger mlmlrur of slu-
nls-nts joined lhc 1-luh than :nt any previous tiuw.
'Flu' :u-tivitivs included nu nrlicc- m:u'hiuv demonstration
mlisvussiuns, :i play un lmsinvss ctiquettr. :mtl sorizil flllwtinns.
Ofliccrs of lllc First
Ollivcrs uf thx- Seem
ill Semester were:
, illti'l'L'3-ifillg' talks :mtl
ARLY in thc ts-nn thc Su-icncv Club rc-organim-ml, under thu Q-npnhlv direction
of Mr. Shcklctski.
Soon the vluh arranged for :i trip to thc Bun Franklin Instituto in Phila-
ilvlphiu. which proved lmth interesting and vdiwntiolml.
In May. :in inspci-tion was made of rx Pvnn-Dixiu coin:-nt plant. As thu clean-
liness uf the lllCll1llU!'S ilulic:1h'd upon cnlvrgillg fmin the silos. tllvy had :it least
nllluillvil "slime colwrvtr f:u'ls."
Uthur zuslivitics of thx- i-lub included: Sm-crul inovius un sulvdvd lun-llllivzil sul!-
jl-vts. n continental Morsc comic vlnss during thu first seinustcr, and lnnny intcrcsting
dim-usxions in the rc-gulnr nwctings.
Swiinniing, soft hall, und many other forms of cntcrtaininunt won: enjoyed at
thv June outing which wus hvld in the Borough Park.
Ufliccrs of tllc Svivlicc flnlw wvrr:
1'rfsidmzi-Clinrlcs S. Bennett
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TAGEIB amid thu snow caxppud mountains of sunny Califurnn, An Old SPIIUSII
C'ust4un" was zutlcd in such u way :is to bring out U16 upmrutly talent of the
cmubincd Girls' :md Boys' Glm: Clubs, The production given un Axllfli 7 ind b m
the high school uuditnrium attracted large amd appreciative nudumfs I lu. lm nhn f
v 4 :ily-nigh:
KHfl11'fil1l' Darling-Betty Ackerman
Iii-atricc Tlzarrn--Vivian von Steuben
Stanlvy Darling-Chcstcr Huber
Dlaria Prlironu-Valv:ri:x Arndt
U"iU1l'lminn Ilnly--Allitel Kncclli
Silzm Ilay-YVaync Keck
Don Jose Ramon Ii'ivrrn-Laxrcuvc Gaskell
Palrick Murphy-Dirk WViurslnu
Maggir Blurphy-Mary Noll
Stan' Palicv Uj'j'ic1-r-David Houck
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A Capella Choir
NE of the recent features of our high sehoul music program was the organi-
zation of nn A Capella Choir under the direelion uf Miss Maw Yeisley.
This ehoir snug for the Clll'lSt1lHlS Assembly. thc Christnins Carol Service,
:xml lhe Oratorieul Contest.
The following people were members nf thu' ehoir:
Saprunox: Vivian von Steuhen, Pauline Mengul. Mary Null. .lcrnline Kern. Lurrninr
Frey, Glendorn Koch, Ruth Jolinson.
.llluxz Grave Wagner. Ruth Nenlneycr. Vzxleriu A1-ndt. Betty Aekerinnn, Vinln Noll,
Alive George. Betty Noll.
Tmmrs: Yvillinni Hahn. Clarence l"l'hnel. Harold Km-eht. lliellurml Kline, David
Hon:-k, YV:ilter Kopfer, Xl'illi:nn Mackey.
Brzsxfnr: Dirk Wiersma. Frederick Reimer. Tholnns Sc-lnnidt, lvtlylll' Keek, l.:xn'renve
Gaskell. Cllestcr Huber.
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IIE Nuzarvth High School Band, with :l mcmln-rslxip of forty-two studcnts. had
:r very successful scason. Aftcr many hours of strvmxous rn-llczxrsaxls. the lmnd
sllowrd cxvcllvnt talvnt in scvvrul prnduvtlnns. among which were: The Annual
Band Concert presented un March -1-, l9B8g thu Furxn Show,
T. A. Festival. June 9, 19383 the Pct Parade, May 28, 1938:
given ut Qhc Nxnznrvth Csnnlnunity Park on Juno 12, 1938.
R1-carrling Sevrvtnry-I.:r11rz1 XVmnlmld
Fimzm-ial Secrelary-'fllomus Frcrlrickson
Propvrly C0n11niHf'1'-Tolly Merle, .lucnh
Drum Major-Thomas Fr:-drickson
Nnvcxnhcr 20, 19373 P.
and finally the colrcurt
Nazaretll High School O1'C1lBStl'3
HH Naxzurctli High S1-howl Orvhcslru. under ihc riirvctiun of Mr. llvilz, hns
produced niuvh critcrhiinnlcnt during the 1937-38 sc-hunl your. Among tho
uvvnts nt which they partiviputcd were the Senior Class Play, Chrishnas Cm-nl
Scrvicu, Senior High School Di':nnzxtic Clnh Play, Junior High Sm-lninl Opcrcthn,
Scninr High Sc-lmnl Oper:-tin. Orzxturiwil Contest, Junior High Svhoul Promotion
Hxcrcisvs, and thc Senior High SL-honl Cnnnm'iu'ril1vnf.
nS4'vrz'If1 r'yfH .urold Stovkc r
': , LL n W
PARTY is, as the dictionary dctincs it. " n nnmhcr of persons united for a
particular purpose." To explain thc tcrms of the dcfinitiong "thc numhcr of
persons" in this case, wcro the members of the Senior Class, and "the particular
purpose" was-must anyonc hi- told what a party is for? Both of thesc points were
clcarly doiincd in our social activities.
The Halloween party was tho first party of our senior yt-nr, All the studcnts
had hccn anticipating some kind of gathering sincc Scptcmhcr, and cwcryonds cn-
thusiasm was aroused. iliith much Halloween spirit and amid cornstalks and Hying
hats, the seniors danced to the scintillating rhythm of the Blue and W'hitc orchestra,
lcd by Mir. Reitz.
As our aim was to Lnakc our senior your a very socially activc Ono, n Thanks-
giving dance, sponsored hy thc Studcnt Council, was hcld in thc gymnasium in
November, Since our over faithful "Blue and Vi'hitc" was in tip-top shape, the
dance Hour was constantly crowded with sophomores. juniors, and seniors.
One month later, previous to the Christmas vacation, thc Student Council again
brought us thc pleasing news that they were going to sponsor a party. And what a
lovely party it was! Sophomorcs, juniors, and seniors again attended this party.
The gymnasium was appropriately decorated for the holiday season with Christmas
trees. After much guicty, thc party hecamc rather serious and carols were sung hy
thc group led by Mr. Reita. In the lunchroom, tasty refreshments were served hy
candle-light. This party served to put us in a jolly Christmas spirit.
Junior - Senior a4Pl'0lll,,
AST, hut by no nu-:ins lvast. mum- thc Junior-Suniur "l'i-nm." Friday the
Lliirh-ruth is usually cousidcrcml an unlucky day. hut when www think nf thu
lnvrly Frirlay cvuuiiig Wllkll thx' "Prom" was huld, wi' arc fnrvvrl in L-lumgn: nur
minds. It was hy uu nu-aus uulum-hy. cu-opt fm- thmc who dial not attend the putty.
It was one of tln- must pivturcsqln- "l'rmns" 4-vcr ln-ld in Nazarctli High Schoul.
The dvcuraliolls wi-rc vuptivnfingf. 'l'llc lvluc and whitv streamers wcrc so arranged
as io form a canopy ovcrlicacl. 'l'lu- moon and stars helped to producv thc vfl'vcL of
a lialiny, romantic suuumrr evening.
Hall'-hiililcn ln-hiiul tho palms. Danny llcevcrk orcllustra furnished thc spark-
ling rhythm for ilu- dana-i-rs. Othcr gamuw wvrc- furnished for those who did not
In ilu' lllnvllruulu. whcrv tllr sauu' hllu' and wllitv culor sc-home prcilomlnalicd,
ilvliciuus rrfrn-sluiicnts wurc scrvs-rl. Donald Snyder. president of the junior class.
vxicliflctl a vvry vordial wi-lcoluv to svniors. faculty and guests. lllillinm G. Moser.
sn-ninr class president, replied by thanking tln- juniors for the enjoyable party.
XVc, thc svuiors, li-ft the "Prom" with a fccling of rcgrct, licvausc it was our
last social all'air at. Naznrcth Iligll Sc-lnml.
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Blue and White Orchestra
l'l'H the organization of thc Blue and Whitu On-llustru lust October under
thu llirccliion of Mr. Marvin S. Rcitz. wc Utrippcrl the liglit fantastic" to its
livcly strains ut our munvrous school parties.
Its smooth, r-asy rhytllm greatly unlivcnod our Senior and Soplioumrc Halloween
l'ru-tics, nur Tlmnksgiving Dnncv, thc Christmas Pm-ty, and Llu: Commun-iul, Glen
Club :md llluc and lvllitc Stamlaird Parties.
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Frou! Row: N. KECK. TARNUK. BICRGIER. Flllilil., ILXRTRON, llAllN. Kl3l.f'llNER, JANTIROSITZ,
lil "FTS, R Al HER.
S1-cmnl Row: 1, UYRNES. ll. HYRNI-IS. S1'llMAl.ZER, RlT'l'liR. Flilili, lltlfll. IFRIZICMAN. 'l'AM.XNlll..
Q. GEORGE. XYIEIFX, RElll.lNli, E, S'l'0lfFI,li'I', lilfllilil., JUIINSUN.
Third llovv: MR, l.Ell, MONl'RUDlC. IIUMMIER, llL'Ml'llRliY, DOYLE. SUFFICHA, IJRAIIOSITS,
ii.XSKlil.l., l2lQl'llli, l1l.l'Ki0S SNVHIQR. M.XiilYl'l'l'll, MR. l3.XR'l'UI.lC'I', XY. KICVK.
Fourth Row: SllANKXVlill.lElC, l'AREN'l'l. KLIKSKU, YASIL XllCNfil'Il., l.HUP0l.ll, KIRBY. lllifll,
l'l.U'l"l'S, Wll.l.lAlxlS. MAIIOIQSKY, K.XYt'.XK, Klill'liR, Flliilil..
N Svsptululmvr 9. sixty-tivo Blur and 'il'lli!e football camlillahzs answrrml Cozlcll
l.ch's null for the start of the 1937 football campaign.
Through the splendid co-opvration of assistant Una:-li llartolx-t. Cnach
l,eh lmnilt up a fine team that played zi splsndicl brand of football.
The team, although def:-ated twice by superior opponents. nevvr lost the fighting
spirit but kept on Hghting until the end of thc game.
The tenni composed of many undcrclussmcn hml a fairly sucvussful season win-
ning thrcc games, losing' two and tying two.
Nazareth 0 vs. Whitehall
Nazareth 26 vs. Coplay
Nazareth 19 vs. Pen Argyl
Nazarctll 52 vs, lletlllollelu .l
Nazareth 0 vs. Bangor
Nazareth 0 vs. Northampton
Nazaretll 0 vs. lvilsun
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Frnul Rnw: GASKELI., KNECIIT.
Svculul Run-: XVEISS, GEORGE. TAM.XNlDl., S'I'Ulflfl.l2'l', SOFFERA. Ifillfli. J. NYRNES.
'l'l1is'nl Rnw: MR. Llill. MR, l'l'Ml', RICIILINIC. Rllililil., Il. HYRNIES, KRUMHR.
HE 1937-38 varsity lmskctlmll team was composed of many undurvlnssmcn
Although they did not hzxvc u spectacular teauu, they still furnished still' op-
position to their opponents as was imlicatvtl lay the ulnsi' scores. .lollu Hryncs
with l2l puinls, was tlu- higlu-st sn-crm' of tlu- I.uhiglx-Nortlmulptun County League
The Junior Varsity mul:-r thu ni-xv dirculiun of Cum-h Burtnlcl, won 8 gzunes
lost 7, and lied 1.
Front Row: TARXOK, lYl2l.'l'X', PLOTTS' S'l'OFl"l.IC'l', LM'
Scrum! Rnw: KIRIKY, MAIIURSKY, KNlCCll'l', li:XSKIil.l.. RIEIMER, Wl'NlPl-QRl.X', ILKIIHR.
Thin! Ruw: lll"l"I'S, RlUNl'ROlJli, 'l'ElCl., MR. llAR'l'UI.E'l', IILVGUS, MIENGICI., ll.Xll'l'RON.
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Varsity Junior Vnrsily
Heller-town 13 Nuzixrvtlx I3 Hullcrtnwn
Wilson 22 Nazareth 16 VVilson
E. Stroudsburg 28 Nuznrvth 15 E. Stroudsburg
Fuulltnin Hill 27 Naznrvlll I9 Fountain Hill
Pllillipsburg 2-L Nazareth 11 Phillipshurg
Cuplny 23 Nuzurclll 22 Coplny
S. ll'hitclmll 25 Nazareth ll S. lVl1il.clmll
Pvn Argyl 17 Nuznrclzll 28 Pen Argyl
Hullcrtown 83 Nnmm-tll 11 Ilcllcrtowu
ll'ils0n 2-lf Nuzaxrvstll 18 lvilson
H. Strourlslmurg 27 Nazareth 1-1- li, Stroudsburg
Fountain Hill 411- Nnzurctli 18 Fountain Hill
Phillipsburg- 25 Nazareth I6 Phillipslmurg
Coplay 37 Nazareth 13 Copluy
S. Whituluill 341 Nazareth 8 S. Wllitclmll
Pon Argyl 16 Nuznrr-th IG Pen Argyl
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Front Huw: MINNICH, lll'lllfR, EYER. GEORGE, RIEITLINE, FREE BX RXIS Nll'll R lxll N
FRY, TAMANIJL. lll'MPIlREY.
Si-crncl Row: MR. CVMP, MR. Llill. TEMMEL, GR0l.l.lER. RAIIER, FRU l M I l I 'il XRNI R
KNECIIT, l'AREN'l'l, FOKGEI., DANNER.
Oli the fifth consecutive your thc Blue :md ll'hitL bvadull trnnn has won
anotlivr vllrnnpionsllip in Hu' l.clligh-Nortlnnnpton Lounh league
The Nazarctli High boys played an kim- brand of lnsclull md disux ul tn
win thc l'll21lI1Pl0YlSlllP.
Tlic tcum contains many suniurs und has won 10 gamns 'md lost nonc
23 vs. VVils0n
2 vs. Bangor
Nuznrclll 20 vs. Fountain Hill
19 vs. Hcllcrtnwn
3 vs. S. Whitehall
ll vs. VVilson
AL vs. Bangor
8 vs. Fountain Hill
16 vs. S.lYhitell:xll
mfr.-m Ruw: uoxvnolua, GRAYICR sr1m.u.zm:, 12. :flux u:xsKlc1.1.. S'l'l2l.'I'Z. sxvul-:R 1'
s1'mflf1.le'1'. S'l'I2RI.Al'llINl. 'r.xx'1AN1. llnarxu.-xx. U. wrxnlsr:l.x1
S1-rum! Row: MR. llAR'l'0l.E'l'. MR. l'l'Ml', DAS-lll"l'A, ROMANISILKN. Sllfllhlillill, Ill ll I 1 'C
F, XYl'NllI'fRl,Y, JAMES, llK'R:XI.l.l, R. REFK, ll. GEURIII-I, l'l..KRUXl
Third Rau: SIl.'XXKXYlilI.l'2R. JOHNSON. Ill-IRG!-IR.
OR lhl- first kixuc, tml-k, undcr thx' slirvctilm of Couch Bnrtulvi. has lwcu :uldccl
to thc thrcc umin sports ut Nuzuruth High School.
Although none of that truckluvu had cxpvrim-lu-v in lllusu vvvnts. they stvadily
improved us thc season progrcsscd.
truck team of nuxt year.
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The team contained many uudvrclussnwn und should ln-uve n nucleus for thc:
Thu truck and Hold events were us follows: 100 yard dash. 220. -1- l-0, 880, num'
milr, discus. shot-put. polo vault, high jump, hruud jump,
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Front Ruw: 1'I.Al'SER. f'HAI'MAN. FREY. SMITH, A. IRAJAN. KUVII. SIMMONS, A. IKIEVK,
NEUMEYER, NEELEY. Y. ROHN.
Sm-vmul Row: l'0l,YliR. li. HECK, KNIZCHT, H, ROHN, SIIQGFRIEIL NVASSIUHK. li0liRS'I'l.ER.
MAVRIQK. IIUND, TARNOK, SIZNSPINIKAFII. MlK0l.A,lC'ZYK, LANDUN, MISS XYl'XUlERI.Y,
Thin! Row: NULI., FRANUSISZIN. NARTII. l'I.0'l"l'S, STUIKICR. NACHI., l'lilSfHI.. RAIIILINIC.
XVI-IRKlIl'lISIiR, KARVII. THUMAS, FISCHI.. MILLER. MUYICR.
SUPERB height was rvau-llcd this yn-:xr when hockey cntvrcd thc limelight.
The cold, brisk winds of 01-tuhcr put mul-h spirit in all thc cnthusiusts whu took
:nn an-tive part in the game.
Excellent playing on the part nf the agilc seniors earned for them thc intra-
Captain Cluss Won l.nst l'cn-cntugc
K. Munrck Senior 41- 0 1.000
ll. llujun Junior 2 2 .500
A. Bujun Sophomore 0 AL .000
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Front Row: l'll.'Xl'XlAN. RUTH. lYASSll'liK. l'llAl'M:XN, Slliillfllliill, TARNOK, Al.l'Al'lill.
IJOERSTLICR. WERKHEISER, LIEIIR. l!l2l'K. NEVMHYER, Y. ROHN, Rl-ZISIEI., l'0I.X'liR.
Second Row! FlSl'lll,. FREY. NORRIS, Ai'Kl'IRBl:XN. STFINMETZ, MISS lVl'NllERl.Y, H. ILXJAX.
XEELEY, GASTON. HARTII. FLICK, NAIILE, BATII, MARSH, llAl.llXYlN, BREINIU,
Thirnl Row: l-IllEl.MAX, EVER. TIIOMAS, XVAMBOLD, ROIIRIIAUH, KARCH, FRANUSISZIN.
PLOTTS. PEISCHI., MOYER, MILLER. WERKIIEISI-IR, McCRADX', WIMMER, RAIIJLINE,
NULL, BEERS, SERFH.
Fnurih Row: WALTERS. RROMER. l.Al'I'. A. IIAJAN. SIMMONS, KROHOTH, LERCII. D. NAGLIE,
HIEYER, MAUREK. HARTLEY. lllli'I'RIl'll, ll. ROHN, SIENSENHACH, BOND, CLAUSER, UUSS.
OLLEY BALI., a recent addition to girls' athletics, held the spotlight at
Nazareth High for several weeks. Cheers of victory and groans of defeat
filled the gymnasium each Monday and Thursday evening.
The seniors again howed to the conquering juniors who came through with an
Captain Class YVon Lost Percentage
li. Breinig Junior 6 0 1.000
ll Wassieek Senior 5 1 833
H Tnrnok Senior 3 3 .500
M Clmpman Junior 3 3 .500
li. Arndt Sophomore 2 -L .333
l". Raidlinc Sophomore 2 fl- .338
A. Berk Sophomore 0 6 .000
From Huw: IKAJAX, FISUHI., NALIEI., FI.lL'K. l'lClS1'lll.,
Sr-cunl Rnw: MISS XYl'NDERl.Y, EVER, GASTUX. RREIXIG. RUHX.
answer lo thv call for haskclhall 4-alldidatcs came ihc response from smunh
thrcc girls. Spcudy, hvo-court haskuthall was again enjoyed hy thi' pvsppx pl xurs
and vnllmsiastiv spectators.
Largc and npprvviativv: :lllmlivllcvs with ihcir roaring cheers nf delight mxlnlutul
the Gm- sc-huol spirit which is so clmr:xch'ristic of Nazareth High.
Caplainvd hy l'Xl'0llCllt leaders, svvcn teams compclvd with the following results
Won Lost l'm-rm-outage
7 0 I .000
5 2 .7 l '1-
5 2 .714
sl- 3 .57 l
3 'l- . I-28
2 5 .285
l li . I -113
0 7 .000
Kllcrlingl SILNSIQNILXVH. KNl'fl'll'l', Kllcaul k'lwul'lr.nlL'rl. NOHRST LHR
Smluliug: Al'NIZRM.XN. Ill"l'll, LANIIUN.
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PEN ARKQYL- N.XZARE'1'!I GAME
N. ll. S. HAND :XT XYILSUN
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N thc sewing lnlworutory clothing sclvction :md conslruvtion arc taught. Thu
voursc includes thc application of nrt prim-iplus to clothing in the scluction of
pattvrns, mutcrinls, and colors suitable for Rho diffcrunt typos of girls rm-presented
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llli cooking laboratory is one of the new fcuturcs in our high school.
The various food courses are taught including the different food cl:-ments
and their relation to huulth, thc criticism of menus, thu planning of balanced
ulculs, tublv setting and table servicv, tuhlc ctiqucitc, and the preparation of foods.
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il u, ii Industrial Arts Department
N this dvpnrtmcnt work is done that rcwurlls thc student according to his ur her
llllllYlllll1ll iniiintirv: :along llwclnxllicul lines.
Thi- course nssists the student to ln-coliw ax "tl1inking-door," to rvspcrt lnlmor
:und inuturials, und to fm-ni correct huhits of thinking in laying nrt. shaping, assemb-
ling. und finishing :in approved project.
The uhility tu rccngnizu tools and know sunwihing nf their use hvlps thc in-
divislunl :xt hunn: and :xt his work.
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This sz-ction zvz- haw wrillru
.-I plr'a.Yurz' fo In-lmlzl
We zwznl you Io vnjoy if,
So rlon'f lhink our jolrrs are ulrl.
gl lol of linn' 'wr xpvnl on Ihis
UU' lnlmrwl, x1c'r'nl, and lnilvrl,
Jud if you 4lan'f vujoy fhrm
Our plrasurff will lu' spoilrrl.
IV1' gl:-anrzl ilu-sr john'
Frum lhin-qs you xnid
Il'hiln' you 'zwrr lnll-'ing
.lhoul what you rrnd.
.Lis rl rvxul! .... .
Thr- fnllmvillg you xcc.
1'lr'oxz' rvazl thorn,
Thz'y'rr' jolly rampnny.
Q'l'l1is is llllfilllt to bv silly.j
To the Underclassmen
Thr- .vrninrx an' lhz' rulers
Of fhr' fhrmlr, which is Ihr school,
They iry lo :ln fhvir very In-sf
Jud follow Ihr fl0llll'Y1 Rulv.
I'm .mfr th:-y nn- uol iyrantx
Hut inxtvnd they'rv vary hiuzlj
The tra:-In-rs are respected
.-lm1fri:'n1l.r are all you jflul.
They rvmll 1s'h1'n lhoy zcvlrz' sophomorvx
.-lull lhvy hmm' your douhis and f1'm'.v4:
They had the' sonar e'njny1n1-nfs
During thr hnrrl, axcending years.
Smnrrlny you will Im xrniors,
fl'z'll-llisciplinfll and all,
IV1- ra-ixln lo you thc but of Inch'
To ansm-r duly's call.
Miss Nil-holas: "What would liappcn if girls won' hauklcss drc-ssvs for struct-wear?"
"lt would stop twine."
-is -is as
Miss Nicholas: "Statistics show that unmarried nu-u div younger than married men."
John Mvriz: "It is hutti-r to dia young than livv a long life- of lnisL'ry.,'
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.lohu Mi-rtz to Gracu Clausvr: "Graca', you'rv so small you remind un- of a pocket
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lilwood Musa-hlitz: "'l'hoso who commit minor criulvs should he put on thc payroll."
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Miss Sluut: "lVhat did Jonathan Swift writv?"
Charles llcum-lt: " 'Talv of a Tnh'."
Miss Slont: 'Wvhat is it ahont?"
Charles: HA tub."
liugcnl- Dashnta Qlleading from tho life of .loliu llullyanj: " 'llv hi-gan to preach,
g'1ltlIC!'illg 4-liancc listvurrs about him in towns and Hi-his and on highways wlivrc-
vvcr his trade of linkrr took him'."
Miss Slout: "What do wc will this kind of person?"
Jai-oh Xolf: "A traveling salesman."
John Mcrtz: "You noi-cr saw un- with a dog."
Jussim- Gold: 'AI did sn. sho was a hlonduf'
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Miss Nivholas: "Wilma do we export a gn-at di-al of our rico?
.lohn Mvrtz: "To llnglamlf'
Miss Nicholas: "lVhy?"
.lohn Mertz: -'Bl'C'!lllSlS thi- English arc grrat ti-a drinkvrsf'
Miss Nic-holasz "Yl'hat typo of work was your father doing?"
William Moser: "Housuworlc."
Kon nvih K ronw r's
Mr. Slwklctski: "
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vontrihution to thc juniors:
"Sonic day you will he si-niors:
My frivnds, l'm warning you.
If you want to have a good time.
llctti-r quit hcforc you'rc thron
ai- 4 as
David, plvasc luring a can of gasolinu.
liatvr in the day, David arrived with his Ford.
WO1llfl You Believe It?
Betty Bock can Hunk French tests.
Buddy Fchnel really is intcrcstcd in the "Blue and White
Virginia Shields really can flirt.
Miss Sloat chews gum-fwhilc drivingj.
David'VVornian can dance.
Bohby Freeman likes school.
Edna Young has red hair.
Helen Snyder wants to hc a housewife.
Dick Smith is growing.
Hclcn lVassicck likes Larry.
Things We Will Never Forget
Jcssic Gold's translations of her French.
John Mcrtz and his jokes in Problems class.
David Vilorman falling out of his scat in che-inistry class.
Betty Bcck's birthday gift from Quentin George, QYou know, tl
Eleanor Boerstlefs laugh in French class.
Charles Bcnnett's witty remarks in English class.
Miss Sloat's tests on English literature.
Virginia Shicld's ability to break equipment in chemistry.
Miss Nicholas' face when sho tasted thc tar cough-drop.
The good timcs we had at all our parties.
Mr. Knccht's imitatinns of Greta Garbo.
Our rarc vacations.
Can You See?
Raymond Bartholomew as a loud, talkative boy?
Eleanor llocrstler being quiet and shy?
Virginia Clcwcll as a cheer-leader?
liohhy Xveiss as a hen-peeked husband?
Charles Bennett as an English teacher?
John Mcrtz on the ropes and parallel bars?
Miss Nicholas taking life easy?
Howard Ninnich with straight hair?
The teachers lacing lax in discipline?
Carl Hahn without his Ford?
Miriam Unangst sprawled out in the library chewing gum and rr idmg a book?
1 lolli popj
Gee - She Has a Cold
Today wc see, she has a cold,
So now we know what we'll be told,
"Today my throat is not so well.
To me yuur lesson you must tm-ll."
Day after day we cooperate
ll'ith the teaclwr who has such a fate.
A little or big cold. it makes no 1lifl'v.'rem'e
lla' are always given thx' same deliverance
What Would Happen If:
Jai-ob Nolf compiled a Questionnaire?
Ralph I-'ries would attend school regularly?
Mr. Knucht would wear nose-pineers?
Mr. Fuller learned to dance? QHe'd be lu-siegrdj
Kathryn Gold would grow?
Bl r. Sllvklctski forgot his chemistry?
The entire student hody knew their lessons?
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Norraine Lapp would not be mischievous? flieniemher those study periods in
Room 29 ?j
-John Sipos would forget how to dance?
Quentin George eouldn't blush?
Elwood Yeakel would como to school late?
Naomi Keller would have a "fall-out" with "tlmt" hoy from Allentown?
Mae Heyer would not have ice skates?
David Houck would drive slowly?
Kathryn Gold would Hunk a French test?
Betty Beck would lose Tag. her dog?
Yvilliam Moser would wear rubber heels?
There were only two janitors?
We wouldn't have fifteen minute periods?
David Worman eouldn't "shag?"
John Mei-tz would be un the honor roll?
Grace Neumeyer couldn't translate French?
Anita Knecht lost her voive? QEverynne would get a vaeatiouj
Grace Sensenbach would forget how to tease?
Donald Ruhf would know his French?
We had no "Blur and White Standard?"
onv hnndmi mu-
A is for Anita, her voice is so sweet.
B is for Bcity she's among our elite.
lS for Curty, she's very sedule.
ll is for David, who always is late.
li is for Edna. ai friend who has tact.
is for Free. il smile never lueks.
G is for good, we all want tn be.
H is for Hn-yer. shi-'s good company.
is for Interesting-take u look at our boys.
is for Jessie, a girl with much poise.
is for Keller. shi-'s brighl and guy.
l. is for Lllllp. who laughs all llle way.
XI is for Moser. he's our guiding light.
N is for Nazareth. and the llluc and White.
0 is for "Our" many good teams.
1' is for Pfeiffer, his face always brains.
Q is for Quentin. he's our Romeo.
ll is for lliegcl, a boy you all know.
is for Simmons. :1 good athlete.
is for Tamandl, he's hard to boat.
U is for Unangst, she's always ambitions.
V is for Virginia, may she get all her wishes.
ll' is for lVassicek. she's lovely to see.
X is a symbol used in vhemistry.
Y is for Young. he speaks very low.
sinnds for-oh well. l don'l know.
Rise and Shine Creation
2 cups of Mertz's humor
l rup of Mo:-zer's knowledge
V2 cup of Edna's personality
l can of Mirinm's dependability
Mix lhese all together and tint with Evelyn Bmnnan's complexion Place m
boiling sclloolromn till sundown. If it survives, it will he the answer to zi teacher s
P.S. Don't bake too hard.
um' ll undrtd Iwo
Anita Knccht. . .
Elwood liycr ......
Miriam Unangst ....
John Hertz ....
Richard Smith. .
Chester Hnhcr. .
Robert Weiss. . .
'Wants to Be
Lillian livers ........
a collm-gc nofusor
. . .alonv
, . . married
. .a good dum-or
. . . . . president
..alonc with P F P
. . .a little taller
. . . .a hookkevpur
Wanda Mikolajc-zyk .... . . .u fashion dcsignur
liilith Simmons ....... . .a pcnmanship tvavlicr
Gravc Nm'uxm'yvr. , ...,. a magazinc illustrator
Ruth Wagner . . . ..... Clark Gahln-'s "stoning,"
Evelyn Bauman. . . ......,.. Carl Fry's wifi:
ivilliam Sn-lnlvgul .... .... , .Farmer llill
llvhen Ihr girls in srlmol gn hi
Thr lmyx haw' luis of fun.
Th:-y lhinlr nv' arc so .silly
:Intl ilml 'wr' acl an rlumlrl
We try to look our very lu-.ri
At awry dana- and Pram
Hui will Ihv lmyx 1lan'l rr-alizl'
Thai 'nw' arf' nal so rlumlrl
IV1' pub on our nicest mannvrs
S0 'wr can acl OII1' lnurl,
But they never sz-mn In realize'
They ihinlr lhnl we nn' pvslx.
Nu malt:-r 1K'lII1l the Imyx may think
Dmz'l you 1:-rep or pinr,
l'rmi1' ml girls mul rio your hasl,
I flzinh ylnfra doing fine!
.mp :..n..n.'i1 your
If I Were Back Again
My school zlayx now are ovvr
Anil thc world is now my goal
Iiul wliili- sitting lzvrv I 1I0lIlll'1'-
How quickly time :Im-.v rnll.
'Twas not so vary long ago
That I was but a chilrlg
I fell my if-aclu'r's guiding hnnfl
:lnrl lozwl har wlwn xhz' sinilvil,
Ifal those :lays paxsnl so quickly
.-Ind In High School I soon cmnv,
.flnrl felt all the joyx and sorrozxnv
To which I had a claim.
I wish thai I could lin- again,
Thr joy of lhose fare yi-ars.
I'4l r1'1n1'mlu'r e1'1'ry loving xmili-
.-lnfl vvrry cla.vsnialc's lrars.
I'fI lry lo 110 my 'cw-ry basl-
Franl mixclzief I'll rffraing
.'lh, 1'rl llo Pveryilzing I .vlllllllll
If I wr-re back again J
Prulvlcms. v:1lL'ul:Ations :xml many lx warning
Arc ull fuuml in my cln-mistry hunk:
lmlm-cal. they mukv my brain quitv weary.
It':4 lmrd to know just why fleflfll uml ll llr
Rvucl :x curtain way.
lint still I must assure you
'llllouglx :xll illcsu faults I sn-6.
lln'g:1r4lless of llow muvll l work
fllcmistry is supposml in lac gomul for mv.
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We. the Class of l938, wish to express our sincere appreciation to our patrons,
advertisers. and friends, for their splendid cooperation in making our "Comet" :x
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ackerman
Mr. William Allen
Mrs. Charles Alpaugh
Mrs. Martha Bartholomew
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bauman
Dr. and Mrs. S. G. Beck
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Beers
Miss Elnma Bennett
Mrs, Mary E. Bennett
Mr. and Mrs. William Bennett, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bensing
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob L. Boerstler
Dr. and Mis. R. 1. Brazina
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Breidingcr
Mr, and Mrs. Warren Breinig
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Bunn
Miss Victoria Carty
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Champion
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clauser
Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Clewell
Mr. and Mrs, Robert Colver
Compliments of a Friend
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dashuta
Mr. and Mrs. John Edelman
Mr. and Mrs. Matthias Eyer
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fehnel
Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Fehnel
Mr. Stanley Fehr
Mr. and Mrs. James Fetherolf
, William Frack
Miss Henrietta Frantz
John A. Fraunielder
and Mrs. Jacob A. Fraunfelder
and Mrs. Nelson Freeman
. and Mrs. Albert Fry
Mrs. Carrie Hartley
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr, and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Fred D. Heckman
George H. Heckman
J. E. Hirtle
H. P. Johnson
Andrew G. Kern
Miss Amy Knauss
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Knauss
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Knecht
Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Kostenbader
Mr. and Mrs,
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. J. C. Pettit
Dr. and Mrs, H. C. Pohl
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Polgardy
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Reimer
Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen Schaeffer
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Schissler
Mrs Sarah hlegel
Mr, and Mrs. Walter H. Schlcgel
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Landon
Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Leh
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Marcks
Rev. and Mrs. Paul S. Meinert
Mrs. M. A. Memmert
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mengel
Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Mikolajczyk
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Miller
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Minnich
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Minnich
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Moser
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muschlitz
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Muschlitz
Nazareth Parent-Teacher Ass'n.
Nazareth Woman's Club
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schnerr
Dr. and Mrs. Walter J. Scutt
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Seguine
Dr. and Mrs. E. A. N. Seyfricd
Mr. Jolm Shaelfer
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Shimer
Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Shimer
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Siegfried
Ivlr. and Mrs. William Silfies
Mrs. Myrtle Simmons
Mr. and Mrs. John Sipos
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Smith
Mr, and Mrs. A. Russel Snyder'
Rev. and Mrs. H. C, Snyder
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Starner
Mr. Frank Steckel
Mr. and Mrs. Russel K. Stout
Mrs. Rose Tnrnok
Mr. and Mrs. Clitford Taylor
Mr. and Mis. Paul B. Teel
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Toth
Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Trumbower
Dr. and Mrs. N. C. Uhler
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Unangst
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood J. Unangst
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Unangst
Dr. and Mrs, Floyd Wagner
Mr. and Mrs. William Walters
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Fry
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fulmer
Mrs. Joe George
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Gold
Mr. and Mrs. O, L. Gradwohl
Mr. and Mrs, George Grim
Geo. J. Guth and Bro.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hagley
Mr. and Mrs. Asher Hahn
Mrs. Sadie Haldeman
lun' Imnlln-:I sir
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Nace
Mr. and Nlrs. Robert Neumeyer
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nicholas
Miss Florence Nicholas
Mr. and Mrs.
W. Calvin Nickel
The Parson Brothers
H. L. Worman
Miss Daisy Wunderly
Miss Emma Yukna
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs,
NAZARETH : - - PENNSYLVANIA
Standard Portland Cement
uPen11 - Dixie"
High Early Strength Cement
4'Penn - Dixie Qualityn
. l-Kingsport Tenn.
No. 2-Clinchfielcl. Ca
. 3-Richard City. Tenn
Penn Allen Pa
Portland Point N. Y
Valley junction. la.
I I I I
Class of '38 . . .
A new day dawns. A new epoch in
life's span. Graduation . . . another
step forward. Upon this achievement.
we extend well earned . . .
Your scholastic achievements in sports . . . music . . . dramas
and class room are recorded authentically and thoroughly
by photo and news story in the Bethlehem Globe - Times.
GLOBE - TIMES
Local - National and International News
Full Page of Comics
For Daily Delivery Globe ' Tlllles
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The Nazareth ational
Bank and Trust Compan
.WIEJIBER Flflflilf.-ll. Rlf.YlfHl'li BJXK
.mr lulmlml :rn
1 "A Better Cement"
t Velroca High Early Strength
1 "A Perfect High Early Strength Portland Cement"
Keystone Dark Cement
"A Uniform Color Dark Cement"
I GENERAL OFFICES:
1 1400 So. Penn Square, Pllilmlelplxia, Pu.
Pllilatlelplliu New York Boston
L not ,tt n -
Bl'0lu163Iql . . . PCllllSylVZllliIl
Bourse Building . . . Philadelphia, Pa
P I 0 N E E R
Churchman Business College
"A Thorough Business Training Sel1o0l',
Secretarial, Accounting and Business Administration Courses college grade.
Business, Stenographie, and special review courses.
Thirty-eight Colleges and Universities, and thirty-nine high schools are rep-
resented in the student enrollment this term.
Member of the National Association of Accredited Commercial Schools. Day
school is in session the entire year. Night school is in session from Sep-
tember to May.
Students may enter at any time. Free placement service. Catalog mailed
W. E.. CHURCHMAN, Principal
20-22 South F0llI'lll Street, Easton, Pu.
Mr. Knvrlit: "What is an lmiili-r:mi?"
.lin-ol: Noll: "A street with :i center flown the niidilli-."
High Grade Dairy Products
Distributors . . .
T. D. Ii0SlClllJ2l1lCl' 81 Sou
Try Our Guernsey Milk
Nnzau-clli, Pu. Phone 132
Kraemer Hosiery Co
Miss Nirlmlasz "What haw you luurnuzl in your In-ulth vluss?"
John Mcrtz: "OIL cm-ll janitor should lmvu so many fe-ct to clean."
KLIPPLE BUS LINE
Phone . . . Bath 49
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, if Z-Y--,eff - - if- -, V
I Iron Fireman Stoker A-B-C Oil Burners
W. F. Messinger
Gas and Electrical Appliance Store
Gus and Electric Leonard 8: Electrolux
Tlloums Frudrirksun: "Du you have any chuckles for 'Tlxc llluc und Whitc'?"
Mr. Rt-itz: "I'll chuckle you nut of thu room in an minutrf'
W. K. Shimer, President L. G. Peters, Treasurer
Gen. H. Welty, Secretary
The Nazareth Coal 8.1 Lumber Co.
l Coal . . . Lumlaer
l Hardware and Building Material
430 and 4-36 Soullx Main Street Nazareth, Pa.
Lead, Paints, Varnishes Lelligll flllil
Maytag Electric Washers Scranton
Frigidaire Electric Refrigerators uBllle,, Coal
Bethlehem Business College
Fourth Street and Broadway Bethlehem, Pa.
A distinctive business training school offering Secretarial, Ac-
counting, Business Administration Courses planned for high school
Advanced courses in Accounting and Secretarial Training for
students from commercial departments.
Day and Evening Sessions . . . Free Placement Service
Members nf the National Association of Accredited Commercial Schools.
Catalog containing full particulars mailed upon request.
YV. F. Magee, President
Charles llrlllirttz "Did you rrud your 'Porky' :issignnirnt fur tunmrr0w?"
.lncolx Nulf: "ll'lmt assignment?"
C'lt:irles Brnnctt: UI'I11llllt'l.H
P. S. Trumbower, President Howard E. Shimer, Secretary
Sales Office . . . 366 Broadway, New York
Mills . . . Nazareth, Pa.
There are styles to suit ages from 1 to 16 years. Infants' shirts and panties:
childrexfs waist suitsg boys' and misses' union suits in various styles and fabrics:
boys' athletic shirts and shorts. Also Nazareth Sleepers in one and two-piece
styles. All retail at popular prices.
n hun In-ll rirhun
Andrew G. Kern, President Wm. J. Santee, Secretary-Treasurer
The Trumbower Company
Coal, Lumber, Crushed Stone
and Building Material
Main Office: Branch Ohiice:
Easton Rmul 23 South Main Slrccl
Phone 447 Phone 157
Mr. Siu-lah-tski: "Wind ix one use for lipsmn salts?"
N David Wormnn: "'I'ln-y use it to sunk sprnim-nl nn-vks in."
GEORGE N. MILLER
General Merchalulise and
Bushkill Centre, Pa.
P. 0. Nuzurcth, Pn., Route No. 2
I I J I
Sales . . . Service
HAI-IN CHEVROLET COMPANY
GEO. W. HAI-IN, Proprietor
Esso Gasoline . . . Oils and Greases
Atla Tires and Tubes . . . Accessories
47 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pa.
Miss Sinai.: "ln this lvnuk rcpnri. l unly want you to give- ax slmvt im-illvnt from
Anita Kncrlit: "I-le maxrvicd her."
Kuhns 6-' Shankweiler
The iMdll,S Store
Popular Price Clothing for Young Men
GOING PLACES . . . Financially
You've got to start and keep going to get anywhere these days.
If what you spend is equal to what you earn. you're standing still
A Savings Account with this bank will start you off. Regular de-
posits will keep you going. Compound interest will soon see you well
along your way to financial independence.
The Second National Bank
This Bank is an approved Nlortgagee under the provisions of the
National Housing Act.
Loans granted on new and existing constructions: also modern-
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
lllcnnur lim-rstlvr: "l 1l0u't cart' if l :nn vriting peanuts-:ill lnuukvys do."
Farmer's Mutual Fire Insurance Company
of Northampton County
Incorporated March 17, 1845
Nearly a Century of Insurance Service
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID
AMPLE RESERVE FOR BENEFIT OF POLICYHOLDERS
Farmers' Mutual Building
if 72 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa.
Wm. D. Kunkel, Secretary Phone B0
our lnnnlrrl ml I
Com pl imenls
R. D. Lambert
Mr. I.:-hz "I svn- thai tha-y dolfi have llculth Iiwh-d on tln- nrxnnxinzxtinn schedule
but we'll go through the motions rmyhowf'
BETTER Compliments of
BUICK J. H. NBWIIHI t, Est.
Nazareth Motor Co.
S. W. Cor. Munch Chunk
and Church Streets
Cor. Main and Center Streets
1 .1 rl nw 1,
North and Chestnut
R. R. Hess
Body and Fender Repairs
and I-'IIIST QUALITY
DUPONT DUCO 4
Buzzard Elec. Co., Inc
G1 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Authorized General Electric
Home Appliance Dealer
E. M. STEWART, Sales Rep.
Phone Naz. 450
Mr. KllCL'lllZ ".lul1n! ll'vrc you lish-nin
.lnlm Xlvrtz: "Ya-s."
Mr. Knucllt: "lYull. wlml did I say."
.lolm Xlcrlz: ul d0n't knnn'--I wus: lisll-ning to Szuliuf'
Sales . . . Service
Pall' 8 Darrolm
32-l Suuth Main Street
EAT and ENJOY
36 Belvidere Street
um' Ixunlin-ll la I
Clothing . . . Hats
Shoes . . . Furnishings
AT POPULAR PRICES
13-17 Belvidere Street
Have You Tried . .
"Abboll's Deluxe Ice Crcnn
The finest that is made. The
only store in Nazareth selling
this high grade product. Special
prices in quantities and to or-
J. W. Jackson
Belvidere and New Streets
Mr. Cump: "lt cvrtninly is cold in iwrv."
.lnvolw Nulf: "Yi-li-ilu' windmvs leak."
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Stop, Look mul Listen.
Save your food with Nazareth
Artificial Ice made from pure
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QZKI7 fog? Shdxihbxkes if wffe C""'Pl""""'S
S t a r n e r
Nazareth B t
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Artificial Ice Co. Y
S a l o ll
Cor. Walnut und Pine Streets
Nazareth, Pa. 0
W. 1..v.u,f.1 1w..ly,::.-0
H. C. RCPSIICI'
Exclusive Sporting Goods Store
Sporting Goods Co.
532 Hamilton Street
Special Discounts to Students
Grace Sunsunlmclx Qsingingj: "I low life :md I want to live."
"Larry" Gaskell: "WL-ll, then stop singing."
,n, YAAWIM Y, H-
SCHMIDT'S C . 5
Funeral Service of A
W'iml Gap, Pennsylvania and
il lu I ilu Ixil:
, For Quality and
' Service iu Printing
F. E. Weinland
Come to SPORTING GOODS
Young's Press an
, 127 East High Street
Cor. Bread and Main Streets
Nazareth, Pa. Bethlehem, Pa.
' Phone 476-M
' Mr. Lch: "Shoes should l1rpl:lc'r4l on the lxuttuxu nf your lor-krr, not jus
Q thrown in."
b John Mvrtz: "What if your sluu-s :ur ton big?"
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l R. W. Weaver
M I . . . G ' 2- '
n S. J. Gregorv Garage en S 'mwes
1 ' Fruits and Vegetables
1 27 Mauch Chunk Street
! Nazareth. Pennsylvania .
1 6 - STUDEBAKER - 8
' Sales and Service phone 376
Challenger Silent Oil .
Burners for Home Heating
105 Belvidere Street
Stanley R. Woodring
Milk, Cream, Butter
and Cottage Cheese
41 PROSPECT STREET
The People's Coal
and Supply Co.
Phone Nmz. 483
Your Dealer for
Lehigh Navigation Coal
LUMBER . . . HARDWARE
Wins Nicholas: "What is tht- pnrpmv uf reporting the dt-nth nf :1 person?"
n in Mvrtz: "Tn vnxnplctv: onc's lifn' history."
Charles C. Willauer
K0ch's Meat Market
AT ALL TIMES
am: luuldrrd Inu
n C. W. H3l'tlll3l1
F rack 81 Leh
F 0 R D
Sales and Service
Thu pun of the yt-ar: "Stay uwuy from
scrulvwomcn-lllcy ure llnor llllSllCl'S.H
Y 7 7 7 7,7
l Compliments of
Frank Huth 8 Sons
56 SOUTH MAIN STREET
N Nazareth, Pa.
Insurance that can be depended
J upon in an emergency
Millwork of Quality
Sash Doors Shutters
Blinds Frames Colonnades
Stair Work Interior Trim
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
Prospect and Green Streets
I f I ...rn-11 m.-,.:,-4:i.l-
We Sell Safety . . .
East End Garage
F. J. Scheetz, Prop.
AVOID ARREST FOR SPEEDING
Harold W. Flick
FRESH and SMOKED
34 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Ilvurd in Hu- hull: "lf lvrnins worn
ht: would frvnzv: fo.dc:xLll."
"No One Knows Paint
Like a, Painter"
Thomas J. Frauczak
222 OAK STREET
The Calvin Studio
Formerly Wint Studio
G17 LINDEN STREET
Phone 2-1 81 0
unc hllmirrd HL I
V . .
l RCllH6l',S Albert 0. Stlll'glS
Nazareth S S011
2" S ll M ' Sl C
News Agency .1 ou I am ree
A Full Line of Q
? BOOKS 1
MAGAZINES STATIONERY l Real Esmle
KODAK SUPPLIES ' G I I
3 SPORTING GOODS C1101 ll IISUTIIIICC
' cm.-ms CIGARETTES Nolary Publig
I Phone 230-R
143 South Main Street Telephone 151
X Miss Slout QAS David lVnr1nan blew his nosvlr "You ought to get zu patent
I on thutf'
lijrr if it i 57 i irwrn
W Ilarvey P' Dietz .Patronize . . .
V Nazareth's Leading' Prescription Drug
i Pllolograpllel' Store for all Your Drug Needs
, Registered Drugglsts give
Q 55 South Main Sweet you the quality service you
Third Floor are entitled to.
NAZARETH, PA. ASK YOUR FAMILY DOCTOR
X HE KNOWS Us . . .
1 Q Paul W. Hackman
f The Rexall Drug Store
l BRANCH STUDIO
Pen Argyl The Best in Drug Store Merchandise
W Open Tuesday and Saturday The Best m Drug Store Service
l I I
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P 'X f
F lory Milling Co.
435 S0. MAIN STREET
N Phono 145
The Leader Store
Cor. Main and Belvidere Streets
STYLED . . . RIGHT
PRICED . . . RIGHT
N M r. Shvklutslii: "Di:umnmis :irc not lll"I'HIl!ll'lliS, tlwy'r0 vntim-i'rs.'
Howard E. Yeisley
F unvral Director
Graduate Lady Assistant
Phone . . . Euston 2-5077
D 0 D G E
AND sAvE MONEY
I' L Y M 0 U T H
Greater Value nt Lower Price
R. F. Ziegler
Mnuch Chunk and Church Streets
um' lmmirvli I
Complimcnts ol' H. M R Sou
W3l'FCll S. D8Ch,S Electrical Contractors
Food Mal,kct Nazareth, Pa.
Fresh and Smoked Meats Motors, etc.
Groceries and Produce
NEW GIBSON REFRIGERATOR
35 Belvidere Street
Now on Display
Phone: 275-J or 471-J
Day and Night Service
David Wnrmun: "Huw do you spell sphysmon :monwtcr ?"
Mr. Ln-ll: "Dr, Williams tells you quite plainly on page :EGU of his hook."
A I . 9 K 0 c ll
llo' Cllllre S
U B r 0 t ll e 1' s
COOLERATOR mul .
R f . th Men's and Young Men's
l'l CFB 1011
8 g CLOTHING
Low Cost Refrigeration with and
No Mechanical Failures
40-42 South Main Street
OPEN EVENINGS Centre Square N. E. Corner
amp :ments Compliments
l of of
. t I
C e ll r 3 Frank P. Holm
F l 0 r a l
N H 0 ll S C Funeral Director
H ' K f W 7
l Miss Slontz "ll'll:1t clirl thc people Ll
u wh:-n tlvr futher flied?"
Charlet Bennett: "'I'ln-y lmrivd llllll.,
Guitars . . . Mandolins
World - famous for
Superior Tone and Workmanship
Broad St. Meat Market
E, H. KERN, Prop,
We Sell Quality Meals
The Best Costs No More Here
Made at Nazareth by PIIONE 148
C. F. Martin X Co., Inc. 105 SDM" BW' Sfffff
THE LOGICAL PLACE
vxtnmls its cmnplinmnts
T. V. LONG, Mgr, Class of 338
Phone: Easton 6941
llonnlal lluck Ltl':n'vlli1lg in l"r:nu-m
The Complete Low Priced Cnr
SALES and SERVICE
Square Deal Garage
Arthur S. Lmnbert, Prop.
10 NORTH WALNUT STREET
Phone: Blllll 3621
Clznule W. Fox
Green Valley Butcher
IIOME MADE PRODUCTS
Ponllry nl All Times
R. F. D. No. 1
I 1 14 frlirmf
E. J. Unangst 8: Sous
Where Belvidere Crosses Broad
Nazareth, Pennsylvania 3
Mrs. Gruincr: "Did you evur suv n fm-m without u pig?
Gel-nhl Strunk: "A chicken farm."
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C1 eamely 8 DHHY Roy S. Kostenbafler L
ROBERT EDELMAN, P1-up.
General Merclnuulise W
Pusteurized Milk WOODROW
Cream . . . Butler ELECTRIC WASHERS
Buttermilk and FRU-0-PCP Feeds l
Cntlnge Cheese Flm-y's Feeds H
0 81 '
PH NE Belfast, Pu. Phone 16R1 6
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. Eyes Examined
W Classes Fitted
. . BEAUTY IN THE
MODERN MANNER PHONE 14s
H . . . at . . . Hours:
N Monday 6 to 8:30 p, m.
X I-Ialdenlanvs Friday 2:30 to 8:30 p. m.
i y Dr. LCOII Kolb
i 16 Belvidere Street
118 SOUTH MAIN STREET
i . , .
Miss Nlt'll0i:lSI 'C'onw. gurls. which of you
hnvv rvall Dr. GooLlsvll's hook?"
lVilliam Most-r Cruising his hamlj: "l did,"
Sales and Service
f Broad St. Garage
H. Siegel and R. J. Wessner
Garage and Service
125 South Broad Street
Open Day and Night
Roy T. F ehnel
Phone: Nazareth 289-R-1
0 -.- 1...m1f.-.1 c1.a,f,',fUur
Hercules Trowlite C
I. Schwartz 8.8011
STOVES and BEDDING
H. T. Vannatta, Mgr.
540 South Main Street
Philadelphia . . . Boston Nalilreill, Pil-
New York '
llarohl Kllt'l'llfI "A point svttu is al clog."
and Best Wishes to
CLASS OF Compliments of
The Towne House
Broad and Belvidere
12 North Third Street
Nfi, ,Y. W ,fr ,
C nmpl imen ls Of
Quality B a t e S
PHOTOGRAPHS . Valve Bag
R Y A N Manufacturers at
80 WVEST BROAD STREET Flour, Cement, Gypzum
BETHLEIIEM, PENNSYLVANIA Ground Limestone, Plaster and
Other Pulverized Products
Elvnnor Bocrstlcr Q'I'rnnsluting Fu-nclmjz "It is lmttvr not tn marry than t
murry without love."
Mr. Knvvllt: "Ynu'rc right, I':lt'Jlll0!'. yon'rc right
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For ICE CREAM
M 0 W R E R ' S
1 Complimvnis of
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