Nazareth Area High School - Comet Yearbook (Nazareth, PA)
- Class of 1939
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I'1rhli.vh1rz1 by the
CLASS OF 1939
Nazareth High School
The keys To the past are our
memories. YVQ, the members of The
class: of 1939, wish to place Huis
Comet on our key-ring along with
ovorylliing else that remincls us of
our fleeting, but happy days spent
uf NilZ311'Gtll High School.
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In May, 1740, there a11'1"iVed in the
Forks of the Delawme River ii
sl'u1'Cly little baml of pioneers Whose
goal was to establish all religious
Settlement. Against great odds,
they succeeded in founding what is
known today as the thriving town
of Nzlzaretln. It is to those fore-
fathers, who, by pe1'se1've1'zu1ee and
high ideals, laid ai firm fouuclation
for this town, that we, ilhe Class of
1939, dedicate this yearbook.
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Second Row: BATH. XVERKHETSER, BRANIJI., IQERN, lilJET.MAN, LEHR. EVER, BEERS. NEELEY,
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Viola VVerkheiser - Paul Buralli. A Louise Lehr
Social Editor Dramatic .Editor , Music Editor
Lucy Houck Albert Taviani ' Mary Noll
Doris Bath ' Evelyn Beers
Beatrice Edelman Anna Brandi
Photography Editors R -Athletic Editors
Myra N011 x Helen Bajan
Arlene Benninger Lester Bartron
I Business Manager
' 1 Y Wayne Keck
Assistant Business Managers
Donald Snyder Jean Kern
' A Faculty Advisers
Florence L. Nicholas
Elizabeth S. Sloat
Jean B. Clute
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In the old historic Nazareth
'Gainst the rising sun
Stands our loved Alma Mater
Pride of days to come.
Here with daily tasks we struggle
With our goal in sight
Ever mindful of our brothers
And the Blue and White.
By thy name, dear Alma Mater,
We shall win the fightg
And for us, thy sons and daughters,
Days will e'er be bright.
Nazareth High, to thee we're pledging
All our main and might-
Nefuer shall dishonor cloud thee
Nor the Blue and White!
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Front Row: ROBERT XV. PATTLY, FRANK 'B. TLEVI. VVIf,T.TAM M. T3ENNEI'l'T. IR., A. RUSSELL
Second Row: IZLVVOOD J. UNANGST. NYARREN-S. DIZCH. CHARLES I. KNAUSS, CHARLES P.
Wi11iam'M. Bennet, Jr.
Vice Presiclent Treausfrev'
Elwood J. Unangst Charles P. Schnerr
Secretary to Board
Charles J. Knauss
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FREDERICK A. MARCKS
A.B., Muhlenberg College
S1r,f1cr1'11tcurIa1lt of Nn:.'areIh- Public Schools
FLORENCE L. NICHOLAS
B.S., M.A.. Columbia University
Prfucifval of Nazareth Senior Hiyl: School
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BLA.. Colxumbia University Teachers College
GEORGE WUNDERLY ADAM E. SHEKLETSKI ELIZABETH S. SLOAT
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History Camimercial History, German
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LOIS LONG A IVIARVIN S. REITZ MARGARET ROUSH
Biolggy E-nglisll, Elflusic . COH1l11L'l'CIiIlf
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MILDRED C. OAKES EMMA YUKNA
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MRS. PAUL DAVISSON, FREDERICK INTARCKS.
The Nazareth Parent-Teacher Association
Vice President Treasurer
Ezra Frantz Mrs. Christopher Wagner
Mrs. Paul Dennis
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Senior Class History
N the fall of 1936 over a hundred students entered senior high school. At the begin-
ning of our Sophomore year we had a vague idea about what was expected of us,
and in a short time we were well acquainted with senior high school. The year was
enlivened with a Halloween party at which we all had an enjoyable time.
By our second year in senior high school nearly everyone had taken an interest
in some outside activity and life became more interesting for us. This year we chose our
class rings and proudly displayed them. In May we were hosts to the faculty and class
8" at the Junior-Senior "pro1'n".
hwrd tasks to perform but we Find enjoymen
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any things for which we shall always re
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including the senior play
Now the class of "39" fades into history and we hope our contributions to a
' ' ' lave brought pride to our Alma Mater.
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HELEN BAJAN "Helen"
Helen believes in being seen but not heard. Al-
though very quiet, she is a real "pal" to all her
friends. An athlete in every sense of the word, she
starred in hockey, basketball, and volley ball. With
Helenls good-naturedness, she is bound to make an
Basketball C15 C25 C359 Baseball C15 C25, Cap-
tain C35g Latin Club C155 Hockey C15 C25 C35 Cap-
tain C153 Volleyball C15 C25 C35g Dramatic Club
C255 Student Council, Secretary C35g Comet Staff-
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BETTY BALDWIN "Bets"
Do not mistake Betty for a type of apple even
though she may have rosy cheeks. She is an enthu-
siastic promoter of sports and especially likes swim-
ming and basketball. Even though she dislikes
mathematics, Betty hopes for a business career, and
we wish her abundant joy in all things.
Hockey C15 C255 Basketball C15 C25g' Baseball
C15 C25g Volley Ball C15 C253 Commercial Club C35.
MARGARET BARTH "M c1.ggie"
Margaret casts an admiring eye on the shops of
Fifth Avenue and hopes she will some day model
some of the beautiful gowns displayed there. In
preparation for this she keeps in trim by participat-
ing in many sports. Besides taking her work ser-
iously, she enjoys dancing and gaiety when her tasks
are linished. May you always be happy, Margaret.
Hockey C15 C25 C355 Basketball C15 C25 C353
Volley Ball C15 C25 C355 Baseball C15 C25 C355
Commercial Club C35.
DORIS BATH "Daiwa"
Doris comes from Belfast and is the mascot of
their baseball team. She is conventional, critical,
and curious, all of which will help her in her library
work, which she is seriously considering as a-future
vocation. We know she will succeed in anything, but
we hope she won't be a musician with long hair.
Dramatic Club C133 Town Meeting C333 Glee
Club and Operetta C13 C23 C335 Commercial Club
C335 Student Librarian C23 C335 Comet Staff, Typist
C33gVo1ley Ball C13 C23.
LESTER BARTRON "Bartro11"
Small but mighty-that's Lester. His pranks have
cost him many a night after school. In spite of all
this, Lester's good sportsmanship and friendliness
make him an all around chap. We're sure that his
scientific abilities will insure him a place in the fu-
ture world of chemistry.
Football C13 C23 Varsity C33g Basketball, Ass't
Manager C13 C233 Latin Club C133 Glee Club C13
C233 Operetta C13 C23 Minor part C133 Senior Class
Play C33g Comet Staff, Athletic Editor C339 Class
Basketball C13 C23 C33.
MILDRED BECK "Millie"
"Millie" is a sedate commercial student vvho says
she intends to have a business career. Her love of
music has been shown by her participation in the
Glee Club and operettas. Here's hoping life deals
"Millie" a good hand.
Glee Club C13 C23 C334 Commercial Club C335
Operetta C13 C23 C33.
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ROBERT BECKER "Bob"
Curly hair, 200 pounds of brawn, and a profound
dislike of the fair sex-these seem to be Robert's
chief characteristics. His greatest interest is fishing
and relating the stories of the fish he "almost"
caught. Robert's determined to go into some kind of
business for himself and the class wishes him the
best of luck.
EVELYN BEERS "E'ueZynU
Efficiency personified is Evelyn. She is seldom
heard from but when it comes to producing results,
she is always on top. Evelyn's efficiency and love of
commercial subjects will aid her in her chosen
Blue and White Staff, Typist C23 C333 Commer-
cial Club C3Jg Comet Staff C3Jg Baseball C3J.
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Football C195 Science Club, Secretary C2D.
ARLENE BENNINGER "A'rle'ne,'
An ace in bookkeeping and an eiiicient busi-
ness woman, Arlene takes her duties seriously. She
is really quite domestic, though, and her main in-
terest is home furnishings and cooking. We would
all like to see Arlene in a frilly apron opening an
oven door to let out a pleasing aroma of biscuits or
huckleberry pie, and we know there will be some-
one there to appreciate that, some day.
Glee Club C255 Commercial Club C335 Student
Librarian C355 Comet Staif CSJ.
ANNA' BRANDL 'fA117'L'ifC,,
'FMay- I have the honor ofgthe next dance, Anna?"
This is an ordinary question to her because she
likes to be in the "swing" of things where parties
and gaiety are concerned. The "Vogue" magazine
supplies Anna with ideas about the latest styles in
fashionable clothes and what the well-dressed
young lady is wearing. She is interested in a busi-
ness, career and is listed with 39's secretaries and
stenographers. Our best wishes go with her.
Glee Club C13 C23 C333 Operetta C13 C23 C335
Tennis C23 C33g Dramatic Club C23 C33g A Cappella
Choir C33g Volley Ball C333 Commercial Club C339
Comet Staff, Typist C33.
EVELYN BREINIG "E1JeZyn'J
If someone pokes you in the ribs and you turn
around, you will Hnd Evelyn, who enjoys teasing
everybody. She likes to make noise and to stead-
fastly stand up for her rights in any argument. She
has marked ability in scholastic Work, and the only
subject she did not like was biology. Mr. Shekletski
never found out the reason but we believe it was
that fact that she didn't like to dissect frogs-may-
be she pitied them.
'Commercial Club C33g Baseball C13- C235 Basket-
ball C23g Volley Ball C23.
PAUL BURALLI "PauV'
Meet the scholar of our class. Webster certainly
has competition when it comes to Paul's'vocabulary.
He is an ambitious and diligent student. Although
Very quiet, Paul is a true friend to all who know
him. The class of "39" wishes you success in what-
ever you endeavor to do. '
Latin Club C 13g Dramatic Club C23 C333 Student
Council C133 Athletic Council, Treasurer C333 Comet
Staff C335 Senior Play C33.
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What would Stockertown be without Lester-so
he thinks! "Buttsie" was an asset to us in managing
our basketball team. His favorite pastime seems to
center on sports and the fair sex. He is interested in
outdoor work and would like to enter the United
States Forestry Service. May fortune smile on you,
Football C15 625g Track C15 125g Basketball Man-
ager C355 Latin Club C15 125g Science Club C15.
MANA CHAPMAN "M'itz" '
Under that quiet and dignified exterior, we find a
vein of fun and frolic. Mana really isn't so quiet as
she seems. Although she is fond of studying, she
also enjoys sports and dancing. Mana's sincerity,
loyalty, and thoroughness will be of great aid to
her in the business world.
Glee Club and Operetta 415 f25 C35g Dramatic
Club, Treasurer f35g Hockey f25 C353 Volley Ball
C15 Q25 135g Basketball C15 1255 Baseball C15 C25
MAE CLEWELL "Mazen
Laughing and always ready for ftui but not overly
fond of studying describes Mae. She is a happy-go-
lucky girl who will have a bright future if she will
continue looking on the bright side of life.
Latin Club 415g Dramatic Club 425.
DESMOND COOLEY I - "Cooley"
Ifnever you want a goodglaugh look around for
Cooley, for his supply of jokes seems inexhaustible.
One of his greatest pleasures' is to' ride in his
"Chevy" with a certain young lady in the Junior
Class. We know that Desmond's jokes and humor
will help to smooth life's bumps.
Glee Club Cljg Class Basketball 135.
ROY DANNER "Da'rme'r"
Roy has rather a quiet disposition during school,
but at other times he'11 join into the merry-making
with as much fervor as anyone else. He can always
be depended on to do his share and whatever the
future may have in store for him, we know it will
bring him success.
Ass't Baseball Manager C135 Baseball Manager
C233 Glee Club 635.
MARY DEST "Mitzie"
One of 39's "Little Women", who must be Beth,
because she is so quiet, Mary deserves a-place with
the gentle and kind. She is one of our athletic girls
who spends her spare time in the gymnasium prac-
ticing sports and games to make her physically it
for the hard knocks ahead. We wish you luck.
Baseball 125 C3Jg Basketball CBJQ Commercial
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ROBERT DOYLE "Bohn
Robert hails from the thriving metropolis of
Stockertown. His quietness in Fifteen minute periods
helped him elude many sessions after school. As a
member of our football team Robert was a great
help. He is undecided about what he will do after
graduation, but whatever it may be, we wish him
lots of luck.
Football C13 C23 C33.
WILLIAM EBERTS "WiZlie,' -
As our class clown, William's wit and humor, plus
his industriousness and pleasing personality all help
to make him one of the most popular boys we have.
He is an able president of many organizations and
an eager participant in many school activities. Will-
iam is certain to make a success of his choice of a
Commercial Club C23 President C335 Dramatic
Club C13 President C335 Forensic Society C235 Sen-
ior Play C33 5 Blue and White Standard C13 C23 C335
A Cappella Choir C335 GleeClub C13 C23 C335 Op-
eretta C23 Major C13 C335 Athletic Association, Sec-
retary C335 Comet Stat? C335 Magazine Campaign
Cl3 C23 Business Manager C335 Class Ass't Secre-
tary and Treasurer C235 Town Meeting C33 .
BEATRICE EDLEMAN "Bea"
Beatrice's pleasant personality makes everyone
like her. While in school she excelled in commercial
Work. Her typing ability proved to be a real help
in the "Comet." We offer Beatrice our sincere wish-
es for success in whatever she does in the future.
Class Ass't Secretary and Treasurer C335 Comet
Staif, Typist C335 Blue and White Standard, Circu-
lation Manager C23 Typist C335 Glee Club C23 C335
Operetta C23 C335 A Cappela Choir C235 Commer-
cial Club C13 C23 C335 Volley Ball Cl3.
WARREN ENGLE D "B'rothe'r"
As the "drummer boy" in our band and orchestra,
"Brother" has shown us that. he is a very adept
musician. His pet hobbies are building airplane
models and playing ping-pong. "Brother's" amiable
personality and winning ways make him a favorite
among the fellows of our class.
Band C155 Orchestra C15 C25 C355 Blue and White
Orchestra C25 C355 Town Meeting C355 Commercial
LORRAIN E EYER "Lorraine"
Always well groomed, always dependable, and
always-entertaining, Lorraine has been a swell pal
and a good student. Piano-playing and dramatics
are only two of her many accomplishments. A large
part of the success of this book has been due to
Lorraine's efiicient editorship.
Blue and White Staff C155 Associate editor C255
Glee Club C155 Student Council C155 Class Ass't
Sec. and Treas. C155 Basketball C15 C25 C355 Mag-
azine'Campaign C25 C355 Hockey C355 Orchestra C15
C255 Cornet, Editor-in-chief C355 Senior Play C355
Dramatic Club C2555 Volley Ball C25 C355 Student
PAULENE FISCHL "Pa'LLlene"
Dark haireo, slim, and quiet, Paulene comes in
view. Her soft, husky voice is a delight to hear and
although seldom heard is greatly appreciated. Pau-
1ene's ability as a basketball and baseball player
has pulled her team out of many a tight spot, and
led them on to the heights of victory. ' '
Basketball C15 C25 C35 Captain C155 Volley Ball
C15 C25 C355 Baseball C15 C25 C355 Hockey C15 C25
C355 Dramatic Club C255 Latin Club C1'55 Class Sec-
retary C25. A
Librarian C15 C255 Dramatic Club play C25.
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MARION FLICK ffrucmef'
Always smiling, fun-loving Marion. Many are her
friends and few her enemies. Fond of athletics and
dancing, Marion has won for herself the reputation
of being a good sport and a good companion. She'll
be lending H helping hand to many a person through
her Whole life. Here's to much happiness, Marion!
You deserve it.
Glee Club C159 Dramatic Club C25 C35g Commer-
cial Club C25 C353 Blue and White Standard C15
C253 Student Librarian C15 C25 C353 Hockey C15
C25 C355 Volley Ball C15 C25 C355 Basketball C15
C25 C353 Baseball C15 C25 C35 Manager C25g Stu-
. . dent Council C25.
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ELEANOR FRANUSISZIN , "Ellie'J
Tall and slender with sparkling eyes and dimples,
Eleanor, an enthusiastic athlete, is quite a terror as
a forward. She is also a Hne commercial student,
which will be of value to her in her Work.
Hockey C15 C25 C35g Basketball C15 C25 C355
Volley Ball C15 C25 C355 Baseball C15 C25 C35g
Commercial Club C35.
THOMAS FREDERICKSON "Tommy:
Our band just couldn't get along without our ex-
cellent tuba player, Thomas. The Blue and White
Orchestra Wouldn't have that certain something
Without the bass viol player. His humor has added
much to the enjoyment of the class. We hope that
Thomas will keep right on "tooting" on his tuba and
"slapping" his bass throughout his career.
Forensic Society C155 Glee Club C15 C25 C355
Operetta C255 Blue and White Orchestra C25 C355
Orchestra C25 C355 Blue and White Standard C25
C35g Band C25 C355 Drum Major C25 C353 A Cap-
pella Choir C35g Town Meeting C35g Oratorical Con-
LAWRENCE GASKELL "Larry"
Whether in the class room or on the athletic field,
this blonde fellow is quite capable of holding his
own. He also has a keen sense of humor, and a gig-
gle that he should have patented. "Larry" hopes to
go to college and the best wishes of the class go with
Football C15 C25 Varsity C355 Basketball C15 C25
Varsity C35g Track C25g Glee Club C25, Operetta,
major part C25g Student Council, Vice president
C253 Class President C255 Class Treasurer C155 Ath-
letic Association, President C355 A Cappella Choir
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LEVERE GASTON ' :'Chubby"
Wherever Levere is there's sure to be fun for
everyone. Although she doesn't care much for
school work, she seems to have ways of getting
things to come out all right. Besides being a good
dancer, Levere has taken part in many sports. She
has led many teams to victory. '
Basketball C15 C25, captain C35g Baseball C15
C25, captain C355 Volley Ball C1 C25 C355 Science
Club C155 Commercial Club C35.
ALICE GEORGE "Nooky"
Looking into room 9, one sees Alice, the Editor-
in-chief, busily working on material for the Blue
and White Standard. Alice is a commercial student
of unusual intelligence and efficiency. We predict a
bright future for her as someone's secretary. Keep
up the fine work, Alice.
Blue and White Standard, typist C25, editor-in-
chief C35g Glee Club C25 C35g Operetta C25 C355 A
Cappella Choir C25 C35g Cheerleader C355 Basket-
ball C15g Baseball C15g Hockey C15g Tennis C155
Student Librarian C15 C25 C35g Commercial Club
C15 C25g Manager, Magazine Campaign C35,
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CLAUDE GRUBB "Gfrubby"
Claude is quite bashful and the opposite sex
seems to bother him very little, but he's sure to be
someone's husband in the future: Claude is going in-
to the Navy and we're sure that Uncle Sam will and
in him an efficient worker.
Football C13 C23 C333 Baseball C235 Basketball
C135 Class Vice President C23g Class Basketball C23
PETER HECKMAN "Pete"
This happy-go-lucky chap adds many a laugh to
our classes. A cheery hello and a slap on the back
is Pete's Welcome to everyone. His hobbies are
hunting and fishing. We Wonder why some of his
hunting trips have taken him to Wilson Borough! !
With Pete's personality, life will just be a slap on
Glee Club C13 C23, Student Council C133 Drama-
tic Club C13 C23 C33g Basketball C133 Craft Club
C335 Football C13 C23 C33g Class Basketball C23
C33g Track, Varsity C23 C333 Baseball C13.
FRANK HEINTZELMAN "Prank"
Mr. Rietz will be minus a good cymbal player in
the orchestra and band next September. Whenever
operetta scenery is needed, Frank can be depended
on to give his assistance willingly and cheerfully.
Frank's ambition is to become a scientific farmer.
Lots of luck, Frank.
Band C13 C23 C33g Science Club C23 Vice Presi-
dent C33g Craft Club, President C33g Latin Club C13 .
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CHARLES HOCH ffaocmef'
"Charlie" never has much to say. Outside of X'
school he is kept busy with his paper route but, in gg
spite of all this, he seems to find time for sports,
He's particularly interested in baseball and track.
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Latin Club C155 Science Club CU.
PAUL HOMMER "Paul"
Any oranges, lemons, bananas, peas, today? This
is often the chant of our ruddy-faced classmate,
Paul. He has a teasing, yet fun-making way about
him. Paul has much fun in preparing English gram-
mar in Room 29 after school hours. Why do you do
i it, Paul?
Football CU Varsity C21 C3Jg Basketball C15 C215
Class-Basketball C3Jg Craft Club, Secretary C3Jg
'Latin Club CU, Class Vice President Clbg Track
C2Jg Orchestra CD.
LUCY HOUCK "Lucy"
Lucy-dignitieu and quiet, but with a delightful
sense of humor-enjoys a good time as well as the
next fellow. She is going to take up nursing and
her work in the home nursing class has proved her
ability in that field.
Glee Club C13 C235 Operetta Cljg Latin ClubC1Dg
Comet Staff, Social Editor C3J.
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DAVID HUMPHREY "Dave"
What would our football team have been without
David as our center? During his four years at Naz-
areth High, David was a member of our baseball
and football teams. He's one of the clowns of the
class and very popular with a certain girl from
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EDWARD IZWORSKI "1zwo'rsk.i"
Edward can be placed in the quiet and reserved
gentlemen group of the class. His co-operation can
be depended on in any project. 'Although not many
of us know it, he is quite accomplished in playing
the accordian. Besides music, he is an ardent fol-
lower of the movies. Edward tells us that as soon!
as he graduates he is contemplating becoming a
painter. We expect a lot of him in a decorative Way.
C3Jg Glee Club C15 President C395 Science Club C25
Treasurer C333 Class Basketball C13 C23 C375 Op-
DONALD JOHNSON "Jo l'mso'n,',
A love of photography has conditioned Dona1d's
life in school. He is also a competent musician and
proved to be quite an asset to our band. Although
he hasn't decided on his life Work, we know his
thoroughness and perserverance will be of great
help to him no matter what he does.
Basketball, Ass't Manager Cljg Football C27g
Track Manager C2Jg Band C335 Blue and White Or-
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RUTH JOHNSON "Pu5Cfie"
Ruth's poise and neatness give a good impression
the first time one sees her. Although she has many
outside interests, she still finds time for her school
work. Ruth hopes to be someone's stenographer, but
we fear some other interest may come ifirst. .
Commercial Club C15 C25 C355 Glee Club C25
C355 Operetta C25 C355 Dramatic Club C25 Secre-
tary C355 Blue and White Standard, Typist C355
Comet Staff, Typist C355 Volley Ball C155 Student
Librarian C355 A Cappella Choir C25.
EDWARD KARCH - - "Ka7'chie"
The .thing that lies closest to EdWa1'd's heart is
manual training and so he can usually be found
whiling his spare time away in the shop. He doesn't
seem to be interested in girls or social functions but
who knows-maybe he's fooling us!
Craft Club, Vice President C355 Science Club C25
C355 Blue and White Standard Staff C35.
WAYNE KECK "Kecky"
As Business Manager of "The Cornet", this blond,
serious-minded fellow with his "Chevy" has shown
his efliciency. His bass voice has won for him both
major and minor parts in our operettas. Wayne's
love of outdoors is shown by his many achievements
in scouting and will prove valuable to him as a for-
Football Cl5 Varsity C25 C355 Glee Club C15 C25
C355 Operetta, Major C15 C25 C355 Business Man-
ager, Comet C355 Class Secretary C155 Class Vice
President C255 A Cappella Choir C25 C35 5,Magazine
Campaign Manager C25.
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Jean is a very versatile young lady for no matter
what task she is assigned, she is capable of doing it
efficiently. In her leisure, J ean's hands are kept
quite busy sewing or playing her flute. Here's
threading your needle with success and happiness,
J ean. '
Latin Club C155 Dramatic Club C15g Band C15
C25, Secretary C35g Orchestra C15 C25, President
C35 5 l3lue and White Orchestra C35g Assistant Busi-
ness Manager of Comet C353 Student Librarian C15
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FRANKLIN KEIPER "Peiber"
Well, Who's the fellow with green hair? Why, it's
Franklin, who did a Wee bit too much swimming at
the park last summer, rumor says. Franklin is con-
sidered a good pal by his classmates. Lots of luck,
Football C15 C25 C353 Class Basketball C15 C25
C25 C35g Magazine Campaign Manager C35.
EDWIN KIRBY "K'Z1'by',
Tall, lanky, and humorous-that describes Kirby
to the T. He often hears the familiar Words-"Taxi,
Taxil'-for EdWin's Ford frequently serves as a
means of transportation for his schoolmates. We ex-
pected a Hood in the Chem. Lab. everyday because
Kirby forgot to take the stopper out his Lab. sink.
Lots of luck in whatever you do!
Football C15 C25 C355 Basketball C255 Class Bas-
ketball C15 C35.
RICHARD KLINE Q "Dick"
With a "toot' on the "sax", and a "beep" on the
clarinet, Dick heralds his way to all the parties. A
member of the band, orchestra, and jazz orchestra,
Dick is well known for his musical ability. He, how-
ever, cherishes fond hopes of becoming an engineer.
May your hopes come true, Dick. '
Glee Club C23 C335 Band C23 C335 A Cappella
Choir C23 C335 Blue and White Orchestra C23 C335
Orchestra C335 Operetta C23 Major C335 Class
President C335 Student Council C33.
MARION KOEHLER "Marion"
If coolness, competence and pleasantness are the
requirements to become a good nurse, Marion
should- qualify in every respect. Although she is an
ardent music lover, nursing is her one great ambi-
tion. Talking is her favorite hobby or at least it
seems to be in homeroom.
Latin Club C135 Dramatic Club C13 C23 C335 Or-
chestra C13 C23 C335 Tennis C23.
VICTOR KOSTENBADER "Cuspido'r"
Victor is quite efficient in taking charge of any
discussion. His wit and fun-loving spirit have been
a great help in brightening some dull moments.
Whatever you choose as your career, Victor, the
class wishes you luck.
Orchestra C13 President C235 Football C13 C235
Science Club C335 Town Meeting C335 Latin Club
C135 Blue and White Orchestra C23.
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MARION KRATZ "Marion"
Marion usually appears quiet but she does have
her own convictions about things. She has a very
decided liking for sewing and has won several
Glee Club 115
Meet Francis, the would-be woman-hater. The
only place to find out that this is false is to lurk be-
hind a test tube in the laboratory when he helps the
girls with their aprons and H2SOf. 'Tis said his
wavy hair causes him to enjoy a good argument any
time, but we believe he really knows what he is
talking about. Don't ever use the Wrong mixtures
in life, Francis, or you Will find some high explo-
sives helping you along.
Class Basketball 115 125.
E awards for her neat Work. Lots of luck, Marion.
C25 1353 Operetta C15 125 1353
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She-'s demure and quiet in school but you should
hear her outside. This petite Miss is very often
found strolling hither and yon with a certain tall
athlete. Besides strolling with an athlete, she par-
ticipates in basketball, hockey, and volley ball. Lou-
ise aspires to be one of those prim and efficient
young ladies in white uniform. Lots of luck, Louise.
Basketball 115 Captain 125 1355 Volley ball 125
Captain 115g Hockey 115 125 135gBasebal1 115 1255
Dramatic Club 125 1359 Glee Club 115g Class Treas-
urer 125g Student Council 1153 Dramatic Club Play
1253 Comet, Literary Editor 135.
JACK LEOPOLD "Jack"
Speed demon Leopold! !' Jack is very good at
footman express as shown by his track record this
year. Although Jack is the gentleman of our class in
manner and dress, he takes life very seriously. Good
luck, Jack, for the future.
Football C15 C25 C355 Class Basketball C15 C25
C355 Track C355 Class President C155 Student Coun-
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FRANK MAHORSKY "Pl0wb0y,'
' Don't let appearances deceive you, for Frank is
4 far from being quiet. He always sees the humorous
' side of life as well as the serious. By the way, Frank
C is one of our top basketball players. Not only does
. he excel in sports, but in dancing as well.
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ANNA MARSCH "Anna"
Although Anna came to be with us only a short
time ago, she has endeared herself to all. Her ex-
cellent ability at shorthand amazes us. Sports and
music are her favorite hobbies. With your' ability,
you will not have a hard road to travel to win suc-
Football C15 C25 C353 Basketball C25 C355 Dra-
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Arlene is interested in anything that has a dom-
estic nature. Her favorite hobbies are sports and
dancing. She is a willing worker and her helpful-
ness on various committees has always been greatly
Hockey C155 Volley ball C15 C255 Basketball C15
FRANK MENGEL - "Me1tgeZ"
If only Frank had wings! Then he could go to
Wilson Without having to Wait for a kind-hearted
motorist. As one of our class cut-ups, he has pro-
voked many a laugh from his classmates. However,
he does have a serious side and, with a little effort,
he will be sure to succeed.
Football C15 Varsity C25 C35g Basketball C15 C25
Varsity C353 Baseball C15 C25 Varsity C355 Glee
Club C355 Operetta C35.
SAMUEL MERLO "Sam"
An artist, both in temperament and talent, ag-
gressive,argumentative, idealistic, and individual-
istic, Sam has proved to be a person worth know-
ing. We hope that he will make use of his outstand-
ing ability to draw. Who knows? Someday he may
be a Well-known artist.
Dramatic Club C25 C353 Football C155 Oratorical
Contest C355 Class Vice President C355 Track C35.
DONALD METZ L- "Metzie"
A very polite young man is Donald. Also, an ar-
dent supporter of all our sports, although he does
not participate in any of them. His favorite hobby
is riding a bicycle, and wherever Donald goes, ther:
goes his bicycle too.
Science Club C23 C335 Glee Club C13g Operetta
ROBERT MONPRODE "Rebel"
"Rebel", a jolly good fellow, is full of fun and
always ready for a good time. As an athlete, "Rebel"
did fine work, making many a football game inter-
esting with his plays. In the mile run he has also
taken great strides. This young fellow aspires to
be a coach of a "champ" football team some. day.
Work hard, and best wishes for success.
Football C13 C23 C333 Basketball C13 C233 Ass't
Baseball Mgr. C135 Track C23 C333 Class Basketball
EDITH MIKSCH "EcLd,ie"
If "all good things come in little packages", Edith
is a line Christmas gift. With curly brown hair, a
dainty sneeze, and chuckling laughter, we find her
with Beatrice most of the time. The remainder of
the time she is studying-We hope!
Commercial Club C23 C33g Glee Club C13 C23
C333 Operetta C13 C23 C335 Blue and White Stan-
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"Buzz, Buzz"-goes the buzzer as Ephraim rushes
into room 29 at 8:45112 each morning. Although
Ephraim does not participate in sports, he is a loyal
follower of N. H. Sis teams. This good-natured chap
has clone excellent back-stage work for our senior
play and operettas. He is known as the fellow with
the helping hand. Keep up the splendid cooperation,
Science Club C23 C335 Senior Play Electrician C33 .
is quite versatileg however, sports of any kind are
her "meat". She has captained the champion bas-
ketball team and has proved her ability as a lead-
er. May you always be champion in all you do,
Dramatic Club C13 C23 C33g Commercial Club
C23 C33g Glee Club C235 Operetta C33g Basketball
C13 C23 C33 Captain C13 C235 Hockey C13 C23 C333
Volley Ball C13 C23 Captain C33g Baseball C13 C23
C335 Band C13 C23 C335 Blue and White Standard
ELIZABETH NEELEY "Dolly"
Loyalty is the keynote to this petite maiden s per-
sonality. She is one of those students who always
wears a smile and is friendly to anyone and every-
one. Books are some of Dolly's best companions.
Then, too, she is 'interested in the business world.
Whatever you are planning to do, Dolly, the class is
with you one hundred per cent.
Glee Club C135 Operetta C13g Hockey C13 C23
C335 Volley Ball C13 C23 C33 Captain Cl3g Basket-
ball C13 C23 C33g Dramatic Club Play C23g Drama-
tic Club C23 C335 Blue and White Standard C13
Editor-in-chief C23g Oratorical Contest C13g Stu-
dent Librarian Cl3 C23 C335 Commercial Club, Re-
porter C33g Class Secretary C235 Manager Magazine
Campaign C33 3 'Senior Class Play C 335 Forensic So-
ciety C13 C233 Comet, Associate Editor C333 Tennis
LOUISE NEUNER "Louise,'
Merry blue eyes and curly blonde hair make a
combination hard to beat. Louise's great ambition
is to become a nurse. She, with her fun loving per-
sonality, should certainly be able to cheer any pa-
tient, no matter how ill or blue he may be.
Blue and White Standard C25 C353 Commercial
Club C355 Glee Club C353 Baseball C35.
MARY NOLL "Ma'ry',
This chubby lass with her distinctive laugh is a
friend to all. Mary would like to become' a song
bird and she gave us sufficient proof of her ability
while in school. May you go through life- with a
song in your heart to reach your goal.
Hockey C159 Basketball C15 Captain C35g Glee
Club C15 C25 President C35g Operetta C15 Major
C25 C355 Senior Play C35g A Cappella Choir C25
C35g Comet, Music Editor C35g Volley Ball C155
Magazine Campaign C355 Tennis C35.
ELIZABETH NOLL "Betty,
Three little Noll sisters in the Senior Class. How-
ever, you can easily tell Betty from the others, for
she is a snappy little bronzy haired miss that rushes
down the halls with a sheaf of notices from the
principalis oflice. Betty is always Johnny on the
spot to do her part pleasantly and eiiiciently in any
Tennis C355 Basketball C15 C35g Volley Ball C15
C353 Hockey C155 Commercial Club C15 Treasurer
C355 Glee Club C25 Secretary C353 Operetta C25
Major C353 A Cappella Choir C25 C35g Comet Staf-
Literary Editor C355 Magazine Campaign C35.
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MYRA NOLL "'Ch,i,ppie"
l Does anyone need an accountant? If so, Myra
qualifies because she takes to a column of Hgures as
a bee to honey. She likes to joke and tease, and she
has a smile to great you whenever you meet her.
Her outside interest lies in the slate regions-Pen
Argyl. We agree that most of them are handsome
there, Myra, so that your choice is a good one.
Hockey C15 C25 C355 Basketball C15 C25 C354
Tennis C15 C253 Volley Ball C25 C3-55 Commercial
Club C25 C35g Glee Club C15g Operetta C155 Mag-
azine Campaign C15 C25 C355 Comet Staif C35.
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Quietness is Victor's outstanding quality, but he
is a lot of fun after one learns to know him. If you
tackle life, Victor, with the same diligence you
tackled football, we know you will be a success at
whatever you decide to do.
Baseball C25 C355 Football C15 C25 C35.
ESTHER PASINI "Esther"
As a girl scout leader, Esther has shown herself
to be a willing and capable worker. She has a
cheerful disposition and good humor, both of which
will do much in making her career as a nurse a suc-
Basketball C15'g Hockey C153 Latin Club C15g
Dramatic Club C15 C25 C353 Town Meeting C35.
TERESA PEISCHL "Te7'Ty"
On the basketball court, hockey field, or baseball
diamond, Teresa does more than hold her own. The
same qualities that aid her to star in athletics will
send her sailing through life on the crest of the
Dramatic Club C25 C35g Commercial Club C15 C25
C353 Glee Club C15 C25g Operetta C15 C353 Basket-
ball C15 C25 C355 Hockey C15 C25 C353 Band C15
C25 C353 Blue and White Standard C35g Assistant
Latin Club C15
EDGAR RADER "Rader"
In class he is rather quiet, but out of class ? '? ?
His greatest interest is baseball and, as our star
first baseman, Edgar has shown that he knows how
the game is to be played. Here's hoping he goes
thru life with the same success that he had during
the baseball season.
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hands help us to imagine Carol in a white, starched
uniform, soothing troubled brows. She is quiet and
reserved, likes to read, and uses her camera as a
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Triple-threat! That's Jack! As our football cap-
tain, basketball captain, and our star shortstop, he
played a great part in the success of our athletic
teams this year. J ack's fine character, pleasing per-
sonality, outstanding athletic ability, splendid phy-
sique, good scholastic rating, and able leadership
make him the most popular and best all-round
student in our class.
Student Council C293 Glee Club C3lg Dramatic
Club C255 Football varsity Cll C29 Captain C355
Basketball varsity C15 C25 C355 Baseball varsity C27
DANIEL RITTER "Ritte'r',
Returning from the library at one o'c1ock, Dan-
iel has performed one of his daily rites-reading the
funnies. His outstanding ability in sports, especially
football and baseball, have helped us win many an
important game and even trophies. May you always
come out the winner, Dan.
Football C13 C29 433, ciass Basketball C15 C21
C3Jg Baseball C15 C21 C3Jg Tennis 415.
C353 Vice President Class Cll.
ISOBEL ROBERTS "Isobel"
A twinkle in her eyes, and a smile on her lips-
that is Isobel. Although she is very quiet and sedate
at times, she is also full of fun. Music and corn-
mercial Work are her chief interests in school. May
your fun-loving spirit carry you over all the
Basketball Clbg Baseball C155 Volley Ball Cljg
Operetta C25 C315 Glee Club C21 C3Dg Dramatic
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Mix these ingredients thoroughly and you have
Althea. Although she is very much interested in
music, her first love is opera, and she attends many. '
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Dramatic Club C25 C355 Glee Club C15 C25 C355
Operetta C15 C25 C355 Basketball C15g Band C15 C25
Paul is going to become a part of the backbone of .
our nation. As a scientific farmer, he has already
Won numerous awards for outstanding work in the
field of agriculture. May you have the best of suc-
cess in your future work, Paul!
Commercial Club C35.
HENRY SCHMALZER "Hank"
This man of brawn and pleasant smile is none
other than Henry, our tackle. No grunts or puffs are
needed when Henry heaves that shotput far into
space or when he bucked the line for N. H. S. in
football.: I-Ie is known as the fellow with the even
temper. Hold on to it, Henry!
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RALPH SHAFER "Di'nk,'
Neat and fashionable clothes, blond hair, a bash-
ful smile, and--chewing gum! Guess who? Shafer.
Although Ralph appears to be serious and shy, he
never misses a chance to help Harold play a joke
on someone or to be first in the town to wear a new
style in shoes or a "loud" pair of socks. His hobby
is developing snapshots, and he has a special talent
for sketching pictures, especially caricatures of his
friends. We know he will always use his humor in
the right place and know when to smile.
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AGNES 'SCHRAMMEL "Aggie',
Agnes is our faithful classmate who blossomed
out this Spring in a "Deep Purple" outfit to please a
"very good friend". She is gay and light-hearted,
kind and courteous, and a friend in need, all of
which should help her in her nursing career. Her
popularity will show up with the internes as well
as with the patients because her sparkling personal-
ity and love of fun will win her many friends.
Dramatic Club C23 C335 Glee Club C23 133g Vol-
ley Ball C335 Operetta C23 4333 Latin Club C133
STANLEY SHANKWEILER "Stanley,
"Little but rnightyu-that's Stanley. Wherever
there is fun, he will be found, for he is known for
his humor and joviality. Stanley has proved to be
an excellent track manager. We hope you keep go-
ing as you have in the past, Stan.
Class Basketball Q13 C23g Athletic Association
4333 Assistant Track Manager C235 Track Mana-
ger f33g Student Cotuicil, President C335 Football
DOROTHEA SMITH "Dorothea"
Naturally wavy hair that makes the girls envious
when the weather is damp, a cheerful disposition,
and outstanding ability irrbookkeeping make Doro-
thea a girl we will always remember. She is us-
ually quiet and lady-like, but, like all girls, enjoys
fun and laughter when the occasion arises. We are
hoping your disposition will win many friends for
you outside school just as it did here, Dorothea.
Glee Club C13 C23 C335 Town Meeting C335 Op-
eretta C13 C23 C333 Student Librarian C33.
ADA SNYDER "Ada"
Ada has a singing ability well-known to all. She
is also very interested in scouting in all its phases.
May you always be the "good scout" we know that
you have proved yourself to be, Ada.
ARLENE SN YDER "A'rle'rLe"
Quiet, demure, reserved-in fact a "perfect lady".
This is Arlene. Always willing and ready to help
someone. She is an excellent commercial student
and we are certain she will achieve success in what-
ever she undertakes. May you always get the best
in the world, Arlene.
Glee Club C23 C33g Operetta C23 C33.
Glee Club C13 C23 C335 Operetta C13 C23 C33g
Band, Color Guard C13 C23 C33.
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JOSEPH STAN O "Joe"
True to the old adage, "actions speak louder than
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Donald's one of our student scientists. Besides
science he is interested in sports. "Bud" is always
napping in English Class, but we're sure that heill
make his day-dreams come true in the future. May
success be with you, "Bud".
Football C15 C25 C355 Class Basketball C15 C25
C355 Science Club C25 President C35g Glee Club C15
C25 Secretary C35g Operetta C15 C25 C35 minor part
C155 Class President C255 Student Council C25g
Comet Staff, Assistant Business Manager C353 Ten-
nis C15 C25 C35.
Words", Joe's actions have proved him to be the EEE'
perfect gentleman at all times. As secretary of the
Senior Class, he has shown his willingness to as-
sume responsibility. This trait will help him greatly
in later life, we know.
Commercial Club C355 Town Meeting C355 Foot-
ball C154 Senior Class Secretary C35.
Just brimming over with pep, vim and vigor-
that's Leota. Serving othe1's is this dark-eyed lassie's
motto. She is faithful to her studies as well as
to a certain person in Tatamy. In whatever you in-
tend to do, Leota, the class wishes you success.
Blue and White Staff C15 C25 Business Manager
C355 Glee Club C15 C25 C35g Operetta C15 C25 C352
Dramatic Club C255 Class Secretary C253 Color
Guard, Band C15 C25 C35g Basketball C15g Drama-
tic Club Play C25.
HAROLD STOCKER "Stocker"
The "Pagliacci" of our class, who is always talk-
ing and will laugh at a moment's notice-that's
Stocker. We know that Harold doesn't conform ex-
actly to the saying "In the Spring a young man's
fancy lightly turns" because he applies that during
all seasons. Never mind, Harold, we like her too.
Blue and White Orchestra C2jg Orchestra CU
Secretary C2Jg Band C15 C23 Manager CSD.
GERALD STRUNK "Jim"
CHARLES STOUT , "Stoutie"
Like a streak of lightning, Charles is around the
track. He has already made and broken several rec-
ords. His favorite pastime seems to be looking out
of windows in room 25. However, "Stoutie" is a
willing worker and always eager to help anyone
who needs help.
Track C37 .
D1ck Tracy , Brick Biadfoid , "Buck Rogers"
-all may be read by the courtesy of Gerald. Found
only in the better 'Tive and Tens", Gerald has a
complete library. Almost always in mischief, he is
also a good commercial student. We wish him all
kinds of success for the future.
Baseball C25 Manager C31 g Football, Assistant
Manager CJ, Town Meeting C3Jg Commercial Club
C355 Class Basketball C23 C3Jg Athletic Council C3J.
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KATHERINE SWAVELY "Kay"
Katherine and her quaint accent hail all the Way
from Minnesota. We were certainly glad to have her
as a student of Nazareth High School. Her friendli-
ness and witty remarks have found her hosts of
friends. May your future be only one of success,
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ALBERT TAVIAN I "Tami"
Not a chicken or a duck-just Albert. This hap-
py-go-lucky chap is lots of fun and has a way
about him that rnakes many friends, One of Al-
bert's favorite hobbies is roller skating. Keep on
rolling with laughter through your career, Albert.
Latin Club C133 Dramatic Club C13 C33g Glee
Club C13 C23 C335 Operetta C23 C33 Major C133
Senior Play C33g Blue and White Staff C13 C23g
Class Basketball C13 C23 C335 Cornet Staff C33g
Track, varsity C23 C33.
Dramatic Club C 335 Town Meeting Club C335 Vol-
ley ball C335 Baseball C333 Comet Staff, Joke Editor
ROBERT TAYLOR "Doc',
"Doc" goes through life with a book in one hand
and a tennis racket in the other. He reads more
books in a month that most people read in a year
and his outstanding tennis ability has been proved
by the fact that he was champion at Nazareth High
School in his Sophomore year. This Georgian lad
with his pleasing Southern accent is well liked by
all 'his classmates.
Tennis C13 C23 C33 Ch3mDi01'1 C13 C23sF00'vbH11
C13 C235 Track 423.
ANDREW TEMMEL "A7ld.TGw,J
Believe it or not- Andrew loves to dance, but he
is very shy about asking the girls. His passion is
really baseball and this year he has done very well
in his favorite sport. He also likes debating and can
give convincing arguments to anyone on .any sub-
Latin Club C15g Blue and White Standard C155
Class Basketball C15 C25 C355 Baseball C15 C25 C35.
LORRAIN E THOMAS "Lorraine"
With a smile and a song, Lorraine gayly wends
her way through life. The things that are closest to
her heart are sports-and a "Chevy". She intends
to study dietetics in the future and her pleasing
personality and cheerful disposition should go far in
assuring her success at Penn State.
Hockey C15 C25 Captain C355 Glee Club C15g Op-
eretta C355 Tennis C25 C353 Comet, Associate Edi-
tor C35g Volley Ball C15 C25 C355 Basketball C25
C35 Captain C153 A Cappella Choir C35g Student
Council C25g Baseball C155 Prompter for Senior
Playg Forensic Society C15 Secretary C255 Blue and
White Standard, Associate Editor C25.
BERNARD UHLER "Uhle1"'
Oh, girls, have you noticed that wave in his blond
hair? Too late, Edna claims it. Bernard has his "cut-
up" side in book-keeping class as well as his ser-
ious nature With the "fairer sex". I-Iere's hoping he
conquers 'twith banners".
Class Basketball C15 C255 Science Club C35 g Class
Assistant Secretary and Treasurer C253 Commercial
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JOHN URBAN "Reds"
Meet the Treasurer of our class who wants to be a
sailor! Quiet and ambitious, bashful and serious,
John has many good qualities he does not show,
but is an interesting and likable person. We hope
he always sails the "sea of success" and comes back
to his "port', in the sunniest weather.
Football, Assistant Manager C13 C235 Class Bas-
ketball C13 C23 C335 Class Treasurer C335 Athletic
Council C33 .
MARGARET WARTMAN ffpeggyff
Peggy is our studious artist who may be seen
conquering a paint brush, a picolo, or German verbs
and nouns. She has many friends who find her a
loyal and trustworthy pal. May her future be in
technicolor with rosy tints and no blues.
Orchestra C13 C23 Secretary C335 Band C13 C23
C335 Blue and White Orchestra C23 C335 Glee Club
C235 Student Librarian C335 Cornet, Art Editor C335
Magazine Campaign C23.
ALETHA WERKHEISER Kid
One of the "Werkheiser Girls", Aletha quietly
takes her place in the classroom. This young lady
was blessed with a sense of humor which is useful
when Althea Ruhf is around. Her humor, her gra-
ciousness, and her dependability all make her a
very nice girl to know. We are wishing for her suc-
cess as "soxnebody's stenogf'
Glee Club C13 C23 C335 Operetta C13 C23 C335
Dramatic Club C13 C23 C33g Blue and White Stan-
dard C335 Commercial Club C335 Basketball C135
Band C13 C23 C33.
ANNA WERKHEISER "A'VmC,'
Sophisticated but lots of fun, Anne is a lover of
the good things in life-good books, good music,
good times. Her straightforvvardness and loyalty
combine to make her a Worthwhile friend and com-
panion. Here diligent work as an assistant business
manager of the "Comet" has proved that she will
be a success in the business world. Best wishes,
Glee Club C153 Operetta C155 Blue and White
Staff C15 C255 Oratorical Contest C15 C25 First
Prize C25g Forensic Society C25g Basketball C15 C25
C353 Volley Ball C15 C25 C35 5 Hockey C15 C355
Dramatic Club C25 C355 Commercial Club C355
Comet Staff C35g Assistant Librarian C15 C25 C355
Senior Play C35.
VIOLA WERKHEISER "Dimples,'
"Strum strum"-that's Viola and her guitar. She
is interested in any and all kinds of music. Viola is
also a good student and revels in shorthand and
bookkeeping. Her Work on the "Comet" Staff has
also been extraordinary and We are certain she will
have "smooth sailing" on her way to success.
Student Librarian C25 C355 Glee Club C15 C25
C35g Operetta C15 C25 C353 Volley Ball Cl5g Drama-
tic Club C253 Commercial Club C 35g Blue and White
Orchestra C25 C35g Comet Staff C35.
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The Class Prophecy
NE, two, three, four, five, six, chimed the clock in the hall. From behind the
hills the sun was rising. Out in the streets a stray dog was howling and the
V noise of factory whistles and empty milk bottles gave sufficient evidence that
the city was awakening from a long night of darkness and silence.
Going down stairs I was greeted by an aroma of crackling logs in the library and
coffee from the kitchen.
After breakfast, I went into the cheerful library to glance over the morning paper
before leaving for the club. Instantly 1ny eyes caught the headlines on the front page.
The article stated that Professor Donald Snyder, the famous New York scientist, had
recently completed an invention which is incomparable to any of its kind ever invent-
ed. This curio is shaped like a large crystal ball and is composed of numerous gadgets
and wheels. It can produce the image of any person and show what he is doing merely
at the mention of that person's name. I was simply amazed and decided to start for
New York immediately.
In a half hour I was in Donald's laboratory and he was ready to show me his
wonderful new machine which was sure to make history.
Donald and I decided to find out what some of our former classmates were doing.
The first name that I thought of was Lester Bartron. Lester was head chemist at the
Dupont Nemours Inc. at Wilmington.
Paul Schlegel was a scientific farmer managing a large farm in Minnesota.
The superintendent of nurses at St. Luke's Hospital, New York, was no other than
Samuel Merlo was touring the country lecturing on social reform and child
In the office of Woolworth and Co., Beatric Edelman was private secretary to the
president of the firm.
Following in the professional footsteps of his father, Lawrence Gaskell was pastor
at St, John's Cathedral, New York City.
Claude Grubb had been commanding officer of the U. S. S. Pennsylvania for sev-
eral years and was stationed at Annapolis.
Frank Heintzelman and Edward Karch were partners in a furniture factory where
they specialized in 18th century suites.
Frank Mahorsky was working in a lumber camp in Washington and had recently
been appointed foreman in his firm.
Esther Pasini was vice president of the National Council of Girl Scouts.
Lorraine Eyer was married to a wealthy Philadelphia manufacturer and had
recently presented her daughter to society.
The leader of the New Pork Philharmonic Orchestra was Donald Johnson.
Jack Leopold was employed as a civil engineer and had recently remodeled the
Winner of the motion picture academy award for 1958 was Leota Steed, the beauty
of the film world.
As piopiietoi ol the Nazaieth Inn I saw no other than Danicl Ritter
On the staff of the New York Herald was Lucy Houck Lucy 1S known for hcl
columns of advice to the love-lorn
Katherine Swavely was a missionary in China where she had done a great deal
in Christianizing the heathens
The Greyhound Busses now have the honor of having Edwin Kiiby drive the11
busses across the country
Mildred Beck was married to one of the finest men in town and the mother of
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One of the most noted mathematicians was Francis Kroboth. Francis was head of
the mathematics department at the University of Pittsburgh
As coach of the University of Notre Dame, I saw John Redline. "Jack's" teams
have piled on a number of victories for old2"Notre Dame".
After Iiinishing a medical course and doing some free-lance work, Wayne Keck
became head surgeon of a well known hospital in Philadelphia.
Ralph Shafer had set up an art studio in'l3aris and had painted most of Europe's
royal families. ' K
At a noted girl's school, Helen Bajan was' the physical education instructor.
Marion Koehler had become the home economics teacher at Nazareth High School.
In the musical world I saw Jean Kern as conductor of an all girl band.
Thomas Frederickson had joined the Ringling Brothers Circus and was taking var-
ious parts in the side shows. 1
Elizabeth Noll had been operating a hat shop in Paris where many of the social-
ites of two continents buy their millinery.,
Eleanor Franusiszin was Elizabeth No1l's model and was also posing for illustra-
tions in a recent novel written by Anne Vtferkheiser.
In the sports world, I saw Anna Nagleand Teresa Peischl holding the honors of
the doubles tennis championship for five years.
Chief of Police of Chicago was Henry Schmalzer.
On the Riviera I saw Agnes Schrarnrnel vacationing with her latest husband, the
Count of Luxembourg. .V .4
Alice George was one of the foremost. writers on religion and philosophy and was
recently awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.
The largest fish market in Boston was owned by Paul Hommer.
Robert Doyle had risen to the position of mayor in Stockertown which is now a
thriving metropolis. f .
Andrew Temmel was manager of the 'General Motors Company at Detroit.
The new instructor at the Y. M. C. A. was none other than that husky young ath-
lete, Robert Monprode.
Leading the world in the betterment of humanityg I saw Ruth Johnson as President
of the American Red Cross.
Desmond Cooley has been a pilot for the United Airlines since his graduation
from aeronautical school.
Playing for the New York Yankees was no other than David Humphrey.
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Albert Taviani was proprietor of a New York rnen's clothing shop.
'Marion Flick was operating a beauty salon in London and was dressing the hair
of most of the English women for the coming Coronation while Viola Werkheiser was
designing most of the gowns of Eng1and's royal women for the approaching coronation.
In the glittering lights of Broadway, I saw Elizabeth Neeley starring in a new
melodrama written by the famous playwright, William Eberts.
Peter Heckman had retired to a South Sea Isle to invent a new paralytic ray.
At Bryn Mawr College, I saw Anna Marsch as president of this famous girlis
Married for a number of years, Myra Noll has been the leader of Park Avenue's
At the Ritz-Carlton, Richard Kline and his Grenadiers were playing dinner music
Joseph Stano as a Senator in the United States Congress, where he has done con-
Seeking better luck, Edward Izworski was "prospecting" in Southern California.
Victor Kostenbader was operating a dairy outside of New York and was furnishing
most of the city's dairy products.
Althea Ruhf was a school teacher in Alaska where her husband is doing mission-
ary work. - A
Margaret Wartman has been nursernaid to an aged dowager who is now taking
a world cruise.
Editing a new woman's magazine was Anna Brandl.
Having been disappointed in love, Isobel Roberts had journeyed to Switzerland
where she operates a hotel for American tourists.
Mary Noll had just made her debut on the stage of the Metropolitan Opera and
was appearing in a new opera composed by Donald Metz.
Carol Peters had recently completed her medical course and has opened a private
hospital in Los Angeles.
Ephraim Moyer was the manager of the Roxy Theatre in New York.
Mana Chapman had opened a kindergarten and school for children.
Franklin Keiper was the proprietor of a large barber shop in Boston.
Robert Becker, having made a fortune in a new headache powder, had withdrawn
from private life to stay at Miami Beach.
The owner of the country's largest chicken and duck farm was no other than
Louise Neuner had opened a restaurant at Palm Beach where she served most of
the swanky winter vacationers.
In Hollywood, Warren Engle was gathering all the "gossip" concerning the movie
stars. His articles appear in many of the newspapers.
Frank Mengel was a radio announcer on station KWY of Minneapolis.
For three years Ada Snyder has been holding the women's championship in swim-
ming the English Channel.
Gerald Strunk was operating an amusement park near Long Islandg Doris Bath is
his secretary and together they have been doing a thriving business.
As a well known judge in a Reno divorce court, I saw Stanley Shankweiler busy
handing down decisions. , -
The efficient manager of the Philadelphia Athletics was Roy Danner.
Levere Gaston was a tango dancer in Mexico and recently appeared at the Wal-
dorf, New York, with Harold Stocker and his Spanish Troubadours.
Lester Butts was a traveling salesman for the Kramer's Hosiery Mill which is
owned by Edgar Rader.
Victor Parenti was the owner and manager of a cattle ranch where he raised many
bulls for the bull fights in Mexico.
Charles Stoudt was the president of a chain of drug stores.
Before her marriage, Marion Kratz was secretary to the governor of Pennsylvania.
Arlene Snyder was health commissioner of Philadelphia.
Bernard Uhler was a member of the Canadian Mounted Police. Before becoming
a member of the "Mounties", Bernard was in the forestry service.
As proprietor of a large grocery store in Nazareth, Charles Hoch was working in
partnership with John Urban.
Paulene Fischl was manufacturing a new kind of soda under a recipe which was
discovered by the famous chef, Evelyn Beers.
Mary Dest was quietly married and lived on a modern sheep farm in Idaho.
Lorraine Thomas was a dietician in a tuberculosis sanitarium in Montana.
Arlene Marsh was operating a splendid business as optometrist in Nazareth.
Arlene Benninger was employed as bookkeeper in the United States Treasury
Edith Miksch was helping her husband start a new colony in Central Africa.
In the White House, Althea Werkheiser was one of the First Lady's personal maids.
Mae Clewell was a maid in the Nazareth Inn.
In the African jungles, Betty Baldwin was helping her husband search for a new
animal, the liophant.
Dorothea Smith was an interior decorator for a large furniture store of Chicago.
In Los Angeles, Margaret Barth had recently opened a How-'er shop. Her corsages
are in great demand by the movie actresses.
Evelyn Breinig was a bee culturist and "Breinig's Sweet Honey" can be seen on
sale throughout the country.
As I left the laboratory, my head was fairly spinning from the mixture of varied
facts, people's names, and memories of Nazareth High School and my classmates of '39.
I began to remember the ambitions and hopes of each one and saw that many changes
in plans had occurred. It reminded me of Shakespeare's words, "There is a destiny that
shapes our ends, Rough hew them how we will?
I went back to my comfortable home and decided it was good to be alive now that
I had found my classmates were successful in their ventures. Our three short years
together had been profitable then, after all.
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Last Will and Testament
E, the Senior Class of Nazareth High School, in this year of our Lord, nineteen
hundred and thirty-nine, being of sound mind and reason, do hereby make
public this, our last will and testament.
To the class of 1940 We bequeath our seniority right in study halls.
To our dear teachers we leave our most sincere appreciation for the help they have
given us all through high school.
To next year's athletic teams we leave the splendid spirit, whole-hearted cooper-
ation, and superior ability that our teams showed this year.
We bequeath to the various members of our high school the following individual
characteristics of the class of thirty-nine:
Helen Bajan's serenity to Naomi Harper,
Betty Baldwin's quick temper to Rae Beisel.
Margaret Barth's attractive profile to any girl who thinks she needs it.
Doris Bath's job of collecting attendance slips to Josephine Sousa. Now you have a
reason for being in the halls, Josephine.
Lester Bartron's numerous love affairs to Donald George. .
Mildred Beck's pleasing voice to people who talk through their noses.
Robert Becker's paper route to Robert Keck. More walking, "Bob."
Evelyn Beer's pet expression "I can't get it" to Henry Nickel.
Arlene Benninger's faithfulness to one boy to Laura Hess.
Anna Brandl's argumentativeness to Alice Beck. You never get angry, Alice.
Paul Buralli's studiousness to Edward Williams. No last minute preparations now,
Lester Butts' ability as basketball manager to Mr. Lehts proteges.
Mana Chapman's sweetness to Helen Mitman.
Mae Clewell's fidgeting to Doris Hoch.
Desmond Cooley's "Chevyl' to John Byrnesg you won't have to walk to Betty's
Roy Danner's diminutive stature to Earl Wilken.
Mary Dest's inobtrusiveriess to Jean Boerstler.
Robert Doyle's football ability to any fellow who wants to make the varsity.
William Eberts' witty humor to Russell Frantz.
Beatrice Edelrnan's poise to Marion McCrady.
Warren Engle's green suit to Franklin Reese.
Lorraine Eyer's giggle to Marie Edelman.
Pauline Fischl's athletic ability to LaRue Morgang with what you already have,
you'll be "tops," LaRue.
Marion F1ick's natural eyebrows to Maryava Walker.
Eleanor Franusiszin's personality to next year's glamour girl.
Thomas Freclerickson's walk to Velma Smith.
Lawrence Gaskell's worn-out thumb to anyone who must hitchhike to see his girl
Alice George's good penrnanship to John Strohmeyer.
Levere Gaston's mischievousness to Velma Rohn.
Claude Grubb's curly hair to Willis Happel.
Frank Heintzelman's ability as a scientific farmer to Gordon Stofflet.
Charles Hoch's quietness to Earl Buss.
Peter Heckman's track ability to next year's broad jumpers.
Paul Hom1ner's rosy cheeks to Dorothy Fulmer.
Lucy Houck's daintiness to Viola Noll.
David Humphrey's devotion to one girl to "Bense" Wunderly.
Edward Izworski's black hair to Barbara Neuner.
Donald Johnson's faithfulness to Nazareth High musical organizations to Gerald
Ruth Johnson's sedateness to Geraldine Ackerman.
Edward Karch's ability to bluff to anyone who doesn't like to stu
Wayne Keck's sleepiness to "Bob" Hitchens.
Franklin Keiper's tirnidness to John Beck.
Jean Kern's place on the honor roll to all ambitious students.
Edwin Kirby's Ford to anyone who likes to fix Hats.
Richard Kline's collection of orchestra instruments to next year's B1
Marion Koehle1"s silliness to Carmela Petragelia.
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Victor Kostenbader's talkativeness to Edward Frey.
Marion Kratz's quietness to Rhodell Stout. We'll never hear you now, Rhodell.
Francis Kroboth's success at trapping to June Kellow.
Louise bLehr's friendliness to Eva Kilpatrick.
Jack Leopold's chemistry ability to next year's chemistry students.
Frank Mahorsky's deep Voice to Albert Buralli.
Anna Marsclrs clock-watching to Frances Cumberland. You work too hard,
Arlene Marsh's love of domesticity to Joyce Bucchi.
Frank Mengel's girl friends to Edward Klusko.
Samuel Merlo's frankness to Glendora Koch.
Donald Metz's bicycle to Vivian Von Steuben. Now you can get home quicker,
Edith lVliksch's femininity to Anna Bajan. Make Way for a lady!
Robert Monprode's "teddybear" haircut to William Neigh.
Anna Nagleis tomboyishness to Elizabeth Dusinski.
Elizabeth Neeley's dramatic ability to the heroine of next year's senior play.
Louise Neuner's blonde hair to Nella Frattali.
Elizabeth Noll's blushes to Ann Sixnmons. '
Mary Noll's voice to anyone seeking a leading role in the operetta.
Myra Noll's chewing gum penalties to Mary Karch. You'1l have wri1.er's cramp,
Victor Parenti's quietness to Grace Wagner.
Esther Pasini's tallness to Dorothea Heckrnan.
Teresa Peischl's sewing ability to Marion Plotts.
Carol Peters' sauciness to anyone who likes to argue with the teachers.
Edgar Rader's baseball ability to next year's first baseman.
John Redline's all-round personality, athletic ability, and character to all future
Daniel Ritter's beard to William Mackey.
Isobel Roberts' "lady-likeness" to Anna Smith.
Althea Ruhf's indifference to Betty Ackerman.
Henry Schmalzer's appetite to "Buddyl' Vogel. Refreshment committees take heed.
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Paul Schlegel's helpfulness to those who are asked to run errands.
Agnes Schrarnmel's pet expression "Hiya keed" to Bernice Arndt. Perhaps we'1l
hear you sometimes now, "Bernie,"
Ralph Shafer's love of photography to Alfred Betz. U
Stanley Shankweiler's blue crew ,hat to Arthur Walters. It certainly will look nice
with your blonde hair, Arthur.
Dorothea Smith's thinness to Gerald Batt.
Ada Snyder's pursuitful ways to Evelyn Weiss.
Arlene Snyder's dependability to ,Emily Butts.
Donald Snyder's statistics to Elizabeth Werkheiser.
Joseph Stands love for writing poetry to Henry Byrnes. Now you can do your
courting in a different way, Henry.
Leota Steed's exotic appearance to Helen Plotts.
Harold Stocker's trust to Valeria Ailndt. He'll let you dance with other boys now,
Charles Stout's speed to Kenneth Strunk.
Gerald Strunlds dimples to Evelyn Teel. Curls and dimples are quite a combina-
Katherine Swavely's companionship 'to anyone in need of a friend.
Albert Taviani's hair pulling from Miss Sloat to Robert Plotts.
Robert Taylor's southern accent- to Verna Steinmetz.
Andrew Ternrnel's love of baseball to Don Detweiler,
Lorraine Thomas's chewing gum to. Ollhaff Schramm. This will keep the tadpoles
Bernard Uhler's heart to Edna' Stevenson.
John Urban's financial ability to,iWallace Keen.
Margaret Wartman's art abilityto next year's art editor of the "Cornet".
Althea Werkheisefs hearty laugh to Ethel Graver.
Anna Werkheiser's oratorical ability to all enterprising orators.
Viola Werkheiser's glowing health and vitality to Jeraline Kern. Now you Won't be
absent so often, Jerry.
In Witness Thereof, we, the Class of 1939, have to this, our last will and testament,
set our hand and seal, this twenty-first day of June, Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-
Arrasrsz qsignedp Class of 1939
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First Row: MISS OAKES, BARRALI., GRAVER, FLICK, KROMER, IZDVVARDS, HAI-IN, GOGIEI..
ARNDT, SMITH, MUSSELMAN, STIZVENSON, SERCH, S'I'OTIl,,, BAIAN, MR. EDGAR.
Second Row: UI-ILER, KLIEPIEIS, FREV, HUMMIEL, BECK, HARPER, HALDEMAN, PLOTTS,
PETRAGLIA, SEARLES, SMITH, PLOTTS. NORRIS, SILFIES, GRAVER.
Third Row: DETXVILER, EDELMAN, NICHOLAS, NAGLE, YOST, PAXYKOVITCH, BETZ, KNECHT,
H. BYRNES. VVUNDFIRLY, FLORY, GEORGE.
Fourth Row: LOI-IR. VVALTERS, REESE. I-IAPPEI., NICKEL. BYRNES, XVILKEN, PLOTTS,
MILLER, POLANSKI, BUSS.
Junior Class Officers
Vice President-Vivian Von Steuben
Assistant Secretary-Treasurer--William Hahn
Student Council-Henry Byrnes, Edna Stevenson
First Row: ROHN, CUMBERLAND. MENIJOLA, CARLO, KERN, MITMAN, NOLL, GRAVER.
FULMER. CLEXVEL, NYIMMER, DAVIS, FRANCIPANE.
Second Row: CHAPMAN, RAIDLTNE, BUSS, CLAUSER, BETSEL, DIETRICH, HECKMAN.
GINTHIER, CORTEZ. SIMMONS. BECKER. XVOLBERT, SCI-IMIDT, TOIJORA, ZGOBA.
Third Row: MACKEY, BL"RALL1, KOCH. BITZ. R ETNERT, RTEGEL, DOYLE, SANDT, OTTINGER,
ROBERTS. GEORGE, KOCH. MAGUTTCH.
Fourth Row: BETZ. T.eVAN. TBECH, ROMANYZYN, S'l"ROT-IMEYER, SIFIGFRTEFJ, ERDIE, ZETNER.
HUT!-'L WOODRTNG. VOGLE. KARLOWITCH.
Vice President--Arthur Walters
Assistant Secretary-Treasurer-Hilda Colver
Student Council-Valeria Arndt, Arthur Levan
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First Row: COLVER, KROBOTT-T. KTNDRED, XVAGNER. NEFMEYER, ARNDT, KTLPATRICTK,
MCGRADY, KOCH, KARCF-I, 'v'onS'l'EUBEN, KIMMINOUR.
Second Row: LAKEY, LERCH, NVERKHEISER, B. ACKERMAN, ROTH, ACKERMAN, STETNMETZ,
KNELLER, VVERKHEISER, VVETSS, BEATTY, KTNG, SEYFRIED.
Third Row: FRANCZAK, GUM, FOGEL, FRY, KOPFER, XVELTY, MICHAEL, STOFFLET, REIMER.
KRATZER, XVOLF, REPH. HOUSER.
Fourth Row: STRUNK, STERLACHINI, HOFFMETSTER, DLUGOS. FRANTZ, XVELTY, NV. HAHN,
XVUNDERLY, FREY. KLUSKO, A. HAHN, GROLLER.
Class Motto: "Live, so that you may be a friend to all, and never hurt another."
Class Flower: Talisman Rose Class Colors: Blue and Gold
First Row: FERRARO, NEUNER, KROMER, BOYER, COPE, TAYLOR, HARTLEY, BUCCHI
' SMITH, VVERNER, GROLLER, SENEDTAK, KIENZLE, ROTH..
Second Row: XVEISS, HAF'l'I.E, IXLORGAN, RUTH, BUTTS, STOUDT, BELSO, HESS, FRATTALI
WALTERS, STARK. FRISCH, EDELMAN, BOERSTLER.
Third Row: NEIGH, KECK, RAFETTO, MIKOVITS, KERN, ZERFASS, PAULUS, VVERHEISER,
LINDENMOYER, SIEGFRIED, VOGEL. BREIDINGER, DEILY, YEAKEL.
Fourth Row: IFOGIZL, MARSH, SCHRAMM, HITCHENS, SCHAEFER, MLODOSSICH, DRAGOSITS
GODSHALK. BORGE, UNGER, BITZ.
Vice President-Marie Edelman
Assistant Secretary-Treasu1'e'r-Robert Hitchins
Student Council-Phyllis Young, Andrew Kavcak
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First Row: KOPACH, GLOSS. COLVER, MEIXSELL, FISHER, ARNOLD, BLAKE. KELLOXV,
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Second Row: MOLL, ROCCO, GRADXVOHL, RISSMILLER, KNECHT, KRATZER. MCCRAUY.
SOUSA, MILHEIM, PETERS. BECK. NAGLE, ECKERT, BREINIG, FOCHT.
Third Row: HUBER, C. FISCHIQ., BECK, VOGEL. HECKMAN, CLARONI, EDELMAN, PAFF,
FEHNEL, BATT, HECKMAN.
Fourth Row: STEED, VVILLIAMS, KUNKEL, ROMANISHAN. HAI-IN, KROMER, BREIDINGER,
ROTZELL, A. FISCHL.
Vice President-Betty Roth
Assistant Sec1'eta,'ry-T'reasu're'r- Virginia Free
Student C'ou'ncil+Barba1'a Neuner, Chester Teel
First Row: LEHR, METZ, LERCH, TEEL. llEU'l'SCH, NIKLES. VVALKER, MEYERS, HOCH,
KONVALCZK, BRODY, SMITH. TANSOCK.
Second Row: YOUNG, FREE, DLTSINSKI, UHLER, NUNDSCHEIN. G. ENGLISH, ENGLER,
NVERKHEISER, HAGENBUCH, GOGEL, MITMAN. UHLER, STEINM ETZ, MITMAN, GROLLER.
Third Row: DEUTSCH, ROHN, SMITH, TEEL, NACE, STARNER, VVERKHEISER, XVUKOVITZ,
POLAKEVITZ, SOFFERA, MILLER. TARNOCK, YEAKEL, ARNOLD.
Fourth Row: Sl-IUPP. KAVCAK, STAUFFER, HOCKER, JANIJROSITZ, SHHMER, ROI-IN, MERTZ,
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Class Motto: "Love all, trust a few, and do wrong to none."
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First Row: V. ARNDT, YOUNG, BOERSTLER, S1-IANKXVEILER, BAJAN, P. YOUNG.
Second Row: KAVCAK, H. BYRNES, KLINE, REIGEL. l'.cVAN, MISS NICHOLAS, TEEL, BREID-
The Student Council
HE members of the Student Council represent the student body in all school ac-
tivities. They conduct a lost and found department, maintain well equipped files
of college catalogues, and are in charge of finances relative to assembly programs
and the sale of programs and refreshments at the athletic games. They also sponsored
two school dances during the school year- the Thanksgiving dance on November 29,
1938, and the Christmas dance on December 21, 1938. Both of these affairs proved to be
a great success.
The Council is represented by three members, the class president and a boy and a
girl chosen from each of the three senior high school classes with Miss Nicholas as its
adviser. ' v
The first semester members were Stanley Shankweiler, Presidentg Henry Byrnes,
Vice Presidentg Helen Bajan, Secretaryg Jean Boerstler, Treasureri dliichard Kline,
Charles Riegelg Edna Stevensong Andrew Kavcakg and Phyllis Yourlg.
The members for the second semester were Stanley Shankweiler, Presidentg Henry
Byrnes, Vice Presidentg Barbara Neuner, Secretaryg Arthur LeVan, Treasurerg Richard
Klineg Helen Bajang Valeria Arndtg William Breidingerg and Chester Teel.
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Blue and Wliite Standard
NDERGOING many changes in make-up and set-up, the Blue and White Stan-
dard has advanced much during this school year. The set-up has been changed
from three to four columns, with a small linoleum block picture added to in-H
The Editorial Staff making possible this rapid advancement includes: Editor-in-
Chief, Alice V. George, Associate Editors, Ruth Neumeyer, Willis Happel, William
Eberts, Jean Searles, and Earl Wilken, Club Editor, Mae Gintherg Athletic Editors,
Teresa Peischl and Albert Burallig Alumni Editor, Anna Nagle, Chuckles Editor,
Thomas Fredericksong Reporters, John Strohmeyer, Mildred Kneller, Nella Frattali,
Doris Haldernan, and Helen Mitman.
The Business staff consists of the following: Business Manager, Leota Steed:
Assistant Business Managers, Rae Beisel and Rose Ferrarog Circulation Manager,
Robert Huthg Assistant Circulation Managers, Velma Rohn, Carmela Petraglia, Frank-
lin Reese, Aletha Werkheiser, and Sophie Kowalczk.
The typists are Beatrice Edelman, Edith Miksch, Dorothea Smith, Louise Neuner,
Evelyn Beers, Ruth Johnson, Mary Karch, Charles Reigel, Arlene Deitrich, and
Dorothy Fulmer. N r
The faculty advisers include Miss Nicholas, Miss Roush, Miss Dry, and Mr. Knecht.
We are glad to say that The Blue and White Standard is a member of three press
associations: The Columbia Scholastic Press Association, The Pennsylvania School
Press Association, and the Five County School Press Association.
HIS year the Dramatic Club meetings, which were held the second and fourth
Tuesdays of each month, were under the supervision of Mr. Edgar.
Some of the most interesting activities of the club were its journey to Easton
to see the Lafayette College players in "Winterset," "Springtime for Henry," and
"Hamlet," and a theatre party held on May 24.
During the year the club presented two one act plays before the assembly entitled
"His First Shave" on February 24 and 'tUncle Bob's Bride" on May 19.
For the play "His First Shave" the -cast included:
Grandma Judson-Frances Brody
Mrs. Judson-Ruth Johnson
Hannah Lotz-Doris Hoch
Henry Hollister-Franklin Reese
Jannie Judson-Ruth Fisher
Don Judson-John Strohmeyer
Mr. Judson-Willis Happel
Betty Kenyon-Barbara Neuner
Marion Hawley-Laura Hess
For "Uncle Bob's Bride" the cast included:
Uncle Bob-John Strohmeyer
Miss Arnold-Marion Koehler
Aunt Eldom-Florence Raidline
Officers of the club during the year were:
President-William Eberts Secretary-Ruth Fisher
Vice President-Alice Beck Treasurer-Mana Chapman
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First Row: GASKELL, URBAN, H. BYRNES, STRUNK, BUTTS, SHANKWEILER.
Second Row: NEUMEYER, EBERTS, BEISEL, BURALLI.
Third Row: ROHN, MR. CUMP, MR. LEH, MR. BARTOLET, MISS NICHOLAS, MISS NVUNDERLY.
HE Athletic Association transacts all business having to do with athletic activities.
The following officers were elected at the annual meeting on May 18, 1938:
President-Lawrence Gaskell Secretary-William Eberts
Vice Pfresidenit-John Byrnes Treasurer-Paul Buralli
Assistant Secretary and Treasurer- Lester Miller
Permanent faculty members of the Athletic Association include:
Senior High School Principal-Miss Nicholas Faculty Manager-Mr. Crump
Girls' Coach-Miss Wunderly Boys' Coaches-Mr. Leh, Mr. Bartolet
The managers of the dilferent sports who were members of the 1939 Athletic
Football Manager-John Urban Hockey Manager-Rae Beisel
' Basketball Manager
Girls-Velma Rohn Boys-Lester Butts
Girls-Ruth Neumeyer Boys-Gerald Strunk
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VVILKEN, MERLO. FRIEDEIUCKSON, MR. 'FEl.'I,l2R, BRODY, HOCH, DUSINSKI.
HE annual Oratorical Contest, sponsored by the Alumni Association, and coached
by Mr. Feller, was held in the Nazareth High School Auditorium on Friday, April
First prize of S10 was awarded to Miss Doris Hoch whose subject was "The Road
to Peace." Thomas Frederickson was awarded a prize of S5 for "Human Barnaclesf'
The remaining speakers were Miss Elizabeth Dusinski-"The Democratic Way"g
Miss Frances Brody-"The America to Be Proud of"g Earl Wilken-"The Challenge to
the Consumerng and Samuel Merlo-"If There is to be Peace."
Music was furnished by the high school band and by the A Cappella Choir.
The judges were Mr. Robert Stewart of Northampton High School, Mr. Alton Wag-
aman of Whitehall High School, and Mr. Robert Durkee of Bangor High School.
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Second Row: NOLL, EBERTS, BURALLI, VVERKHEISER.
OMANCE, comedy, and tragedy blended together to make the Senior Play,
"Money to Burn," one of the best productions everpresented.
A story of a family burdened with financial diificulties, proved to be hilarious
and tragic in turns. Comedy, supplied by Helen 'Rinderknecht and Byron Biddle, kept
the audience in good humor, while romance, supplied by Alice Lake, Robert Kent, and
Neil Deshler, appealed to the more sentimental side of their nature. The supposed
burning of a thousand dollars provided the suspense necessary for a happy ending.
The cast of characters included:
Mrs. Lake-Lorraine Eyer
May Biggs-Anne Werkheiser
Alice Lake-Elizabeth Neeley
Helen Rinderlmecltt-Mary Noll
Henry Lake-Albert Taviani
Byron Bi.ddle-William Eberts
Robert KG7ZffL6St6T Bartron
Neil Dcshler-Paul Buralli
The committees in charge of the production were:
Dramatic coach: Miss Sloat.
Property and stage committee: Miss Clute, Mr. Shekletski, Mildred Beck, Leota
Steed, Paul Hommer, Victor Kostenbader, Frank Heintzelman, Edward Karch, Ephraim
Moyer, Paul Schlegel.
Business and publicity committee: Miss Marx, Jean Kern, Myra Noll, Viola
Werkheiser, Aletha Werkheiser, Margaret Wartman, Robert Monprode, Richard Kline,
Alice George, Samuel Merlo, Senior Art Classes.
Wardrobe Committee: Louise Lehr, Marion Flick, Marion Koehler.
Prompter: Lorraine Thomas.
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HE commercial Club, although young in years, is one of the largest organizations
in the Nazareth High School.
The activities of the club during the past year were many and varied, includ-
ing talks by Mr. Beal of VVestern Union at Easton and Mr. Martin of Nazarethg dis-
cussions on business etiquetteg a Commercial Club party, which was a great successg
and a "doggie roast" at the Municipal Park.
The oiiicers of the club for the year 1938-1939 Were:
Vice President-Vehna Smith
ARLY in the term, the Science Club resumed its organization under the capable
direction of Mr. Sheletski with the oflicers elected last year in charge.
In May, the club arranged for an interesting and educational trip to the New
York World's Fair.
Other activities of the club included movies on selected technical subjects, a study
of astronomy, and many interesting discussions on various phases of science.
Swimming, soft ball, and many other games were enjoyed during the regular out-
ing, held in June at the Borough Park. V
Officers of the Science Club were:
President- Donald Snyder
Vice President-Frank Heintzelman
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MID campus scenes of mystery and romance, the glee clubs. of Nazareth High
School presented their annual opereita, "The Count and the Coed," under the
direction of Miss Yeisley, on May 4 and 5 to capacity audiences.
The characters of the operetta were :
Birdie Biggs-Jean Boerstler
Amy Arnold-Valeria Arndt
Dolly McSpadden-Barbara Neuner
Agatha Lackstep-Elizabeth Noll
Ma'rjo'rie Blackwood-Vivian Von Steuben
Hamilton Hunter-William Hahn
M ark Watson-Wayne Keck
Willie CSleepyJ Carter-Richard Kline
Kenneth fSnooze7 Anclfrews-William Eberts
Mr. M cSpadcle1i-Frederick Reimer
A Cappella Choir
HE music of beautiful hymns, rollicking folk songs, and stately ballads, resound-
ing with the mellowness of a great organ is symbolic of the A Cappella Choir.
The choir, under the direction of Miss Yeisley, has successfully completed its
second, year of activities. Comparatively new, the choir has proved to be in great
demand not only in school circles but in outside circles as well.
Highlighting this year's activities 'was the radio broadcast presented by the A
Cappella Choir on March 28, 1939, from Station WEST, Easton, Pa.
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High School Band
O the sound of martial music and marching feet, our Band made its debut a num-
ber of years ago. With a membership of forty-six students, the band has played at
football games, field day, and festivals of our school. The band has become an im-
portant organization at school and is under the direction of Mr. Reitz. '
The oiiicers of the band are: '
M anager-Harold Stocker
Drum M ajor-Wallace Keen
High School Orchestra
EFORE performances of importance, the high school orchestra can be heard tun-
ing their instruments. However, this is only a preparation for the lovely, inspiring
music they present to the public and school. The orchestra has appeared at
many performances this year, among them the following:
"Money to Burn" November 9 and 10, 1938
"The Count and the Coed" May 4 and 5, 1939
Senior High School Commencement ' June 22, 1939
Junior High School Commencement June 20, 1939
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AUGHTER and gaiety prevailed. Lights suddenly dimmed. Melodious strains of
music filled the air. The party was in full swing! Couples, captivated by the entic-
-ing rhythm, crowded the dance floor. Other students became engrossed in games at
tables arranged along the walls. The ping-pong tables were lined with eager young
people waiting to play. The scene was presented on the evenings when students and
faculty gathered for a school party, the social side of life at Nazareth High School.
Th seniors had the honor of opening the gay round of social events with a Hall-
oween party amid bats, black cats, and witches. They danced to the stimulating music
of the Blue and White Orchestra, directed by Mr. Reitz. Cider, cake, and sandwiches
proved very refreshing during intermission.
At the next affair, the Thanksgiving dance, sponsored by the Student Council,
sophomores, juniors, and seniors gathered to celebrate our Thanksgiving day victory
over Wilson. The sparkling rhythm of the Blue and White Orchestra accornodated
both waltzers and "jitterbugs". The Lambeth Walk was a special feature of this party,
putting the faculty and students into a holiday mood.
The Christmas party, again sponsored by the Student Council, was a joyous and
festive affair. Beautifully lighted Christmas trees made a lovely background for the
dances. Later in the evening everyone joined in singing Christmas carols, under the
direction of Mr. Reitz.
N Friday evening, May 12, came the climax to our social life at Nazareth High
when the Juniors entertained the upperclassmen and faculty at the Junior-
Looking down from the bleachers, one saw a canopy of American Beauty Rose
and White streamers which dropped gracefully to the floor. Archways and latticed
Work, entwined with rose and white chrysanthemums, the Senior Class flower, sur-
rounded the dance floor. Clever lighting eiects helped to create an atmosphere of a
lovely garden on a romantic summer evening.
Mark Hilburn and the Nomads' Orchestra furnished scintillating rhythm for the
dancers. Games were provided for those who did not care to dance.
During refreshments in the lunchroom, Henry Byrnes, president of the Junior
Class, cordially welcomed the Seniors, faculty and guests. Richard Kline, Senior Class
president, thanked the Juniors for their hospitality.
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O the rhythm of tantalizing music, the students of Nazareth High School have
danced their Way through many parties. The orchestra, under the direction of 'Mr.
Reitz, has played for the school parties for the last two years, and is outstanding
in its musical development.
First Row: MAGDITCH, H. SCI-IMALZER, Rl"l"I'ER, MENGEL. XV. KECK, R. DOYLE, REDIJNE
LCupt.J, HOMNLER, MONPRODE, HllMP'I-IREY. SNYDER, GASKIZLL, GRUBB, RADER.
Second Row: COACH LEH. STUDENT MGR. URBAN, FRANCZAK, PARENTT, BARTRON, HAI-IN,
IJECH, KLUSKO, LIEOPOLD, KIRHY, BUTTS, PLOTTS, KETPER, R. KECK, .ASS'T COACH
BARTOLET, FACULTY MGR. CUMP.
Third Row: XVILLIAMS, VOGEL. STARNER, JONES, H. HECKMAN, LAKEY, H. BYRNES, I.
DVRNES, KELCHNER, GOOIJIYIARIUT, P. l-IECKMAN, FOGEL.
Fourth. Row: DRAGOSITZ, KRATZER, NEIGH, BURGER.. BAUM.AN, RUTT. VVU'Nl'3ERT.Y. 'G
SCHMALZER, TARNOK, BITZ, RAFETTO, KEPPIEL, LINDENMOYER.
Champions! Champions! Champions
Playing hard at a ganie of football.
Regulars! Scrubs! Coaches too,
Working with all the might they knew.
Victory! Victory! Was their cry,
They'd work for it until they'd die.
Defeat! Defeat! They seldom knew,
It came but once to the "white and
Wilson? Wilson? Same as the rest,
Nazareth High's team proved the best.
Trophy! Trophy! For all their work
And from this task not one did shir
N. H. S. 21
N. H. S. 6
N. H. S. 13
N. H. S. 27
N. H. S. 7
N. H. S. I 25
N. H. S. 53
N. H. S. 38
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First Row: MENGEL, REDLINE, GASKELL, I. BYRNES, H. BYRNES, KNECHT, MAHORSKY.
Second Row: MR. CUMP, REIMER, NVUNDERLY, GOGDHARIJT, BUTTS, MR. LEH.
LTHOUGH they were hampered by the lack of experience the first half and by
the loss of Captain Johnny Byrnes, star guard, the second half, the Nazareth High
School Basketball machine fought valiantly under the guidance of Coach Leh.
In spite of all this, they proved to be very tough competition for all the teams in
the league and ended in a second place tie both halves. The "Blue and White" varsity
Won 11 games and lost 5.
- Because of their lack of size, the Junior varsity could win only 2 games while they
lost 13 and tied 1. This team was again under the direction of Assistant Coach Bartolet.
First Row: R. KECK, PAFF, STERLACHINI. TARNOK, A. LeVAN, DECH, STOFFLET, E. LeVAN,
Second Row: FACULTY MGR. CUMP, KOCHER, KOEHLER, BEERS, DRAGOSITZ, COACH BAR-
TOLET, NAGLE, HEINTZLEMAN, KRATZER, STUDENT MGRS. VOGEL, BITZ.
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N. H. S. 21 vs
N. H. S. 36 vs
N. H. S. 43 vs
N. H. S. 53 Vs
N. H. S. 25 vs
N. H. S. 21 VS
N. H. S. 39 vs
N. H. S. 25 vs
N. H. S. 22 vs
N. H. S. 31 vs
N. H. S. 33 vs
Varsity A Junior Varsity
Whitehall Whitehall 26
Whitehall Whitehall 13
Hellertown Hellertown 34
Fountain Hill Fountain Hill 23
Pen Argyl Pen Argyl 13
South Whitehall . South Whitehall 23
Wilson Wilson 17
Coplay Coplay ' 32
East Stroudsburg East Stroudsburg 29
Hellertown Hellertown 28
Fountain Hill Fountain Hill 48
Pen Argyl Pen Argyl 14
South Whitehall South Whitehall 32
Wilson Wilson 23
Coplay Coplay 34
East Stroudsburg 34
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Second Row: FISHER, KEPPLE, LAI-IR, T. RITTER, GOODHARDT, COACH LEH, MGR. STRUNK.
OR the first time in six years, "Andy" Leh and his Nazareth High School Baseball
team Went down to defeat. The Nazareth lads were in the thick of the battle up
until the second last game when they lost the game and the championship to Pen
Argyl. We must not take any credit away from Captain "Danny" Ritter and his boys,
because they fought valiantly but lost because of inexperience. The team won 7 and
lost 3 games.
April 22, 1939 1 Wilson 2
April 26, 1939 12 Whitehall 3
April 29, 1939 8 Bangor 1
May 3, 1939 7 Hellertown P
May 6, 1939 6 PED AFSZY1 0
May 10, 1939 6 Whitehall 5
May 13, 1939 22 Wilson 4
May 20, 1939 15 Bangor 3
May 24, 1939 19 Hellertown 3
May 27 1939 5 Pen Argyl 9
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Second Row: POLANSKI. H. HECKMAN. MARSH. LEOPOLD, MONPRODE. H. BYRNES, H.
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MGR. ARNOLD, E. I.eVAN, BUSS, MEIXSELI., SOFFERA. DIEI-IL. KELCHNER.
HISSLER, SIEGFRIEIJ, ASS'T MGR. CLARONT, SANDT, DOYLE, MGR. SHANK'
XVEILER, COACH l!ARTOL'E'l'.
Fourth Row: ASS'T MGR. BORGER. KOC'l-EER, ASS"l' MGR. TRACHMAN, EDELMAN, NAGLE,
SCHAEFFER. F. XVUNDERILY, C. XV,UNDERl.Y, JONES, SCI-IRAMM, IKERGER, METZ.
CH Rl STMAN.
URING Coach Bartolet's second year at Nazareth High School, he produced an
excellent track team. The squad Won four meets and lost two in addition to their
capturing the Lehigh-Northampton League Meet.
N. H. S. 59 213 South Whitehall 31 113
N. H. S. 261!g Palrnerton 6315
Lehigh-Northampton League Meet First Place
N. H. S. Lehighton Cancelled
N. H. S. 36 Phillipsburg 63
N. H. S. Bangor Cancelled
N. H. S. 67 Wilson 32
N. H. S. 5223 Emmaus 46V2
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ITH the clashing of sticks and the banging of the ball, another hockey season
entered the spotlight at Nazareth High.
The games, during the early part of the fall, were played on each Monday
and Thursday afternoon.
The excellent playing of the seniors won for them the intramural championship.
OINT! Netball! Serve again! These were the shouts heard in the gym soon after
the call for volley ball candidates was given.
This newest addition to girls',sports has become very popular with both the A
girls and the spectators.
The senior team, captained by Anna Nagle, Won the intramural championship.
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Girls, Basketball A
T the sharp sound of the referee's whistle and the captairfs "get going", the girls
basketball teams launched their season.
E The games were enjoyed very much 'by the peppy participants and the cheer-
ing crowds who Watched them.
After some keen competition the senior team, captained by Levere Gaston, won the
First Row: FHRISTMAN. 1-LUTH,
Second Row: KELLOXV, GEORGE, ACKERMAN. NEUNER.
Team! Team! Team!
Those are our cheerleaders,
Hear them scream.
Alice, Betty, June, and Ray, too,
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Bobby and Barbara, hard workers
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N the art department, potential artists, under the able direction of Miss Clute, de-
velop training in designing, sketching, sculpturingj and the art of blending colors
Home Hygiene Class
RECENT addition to the curriculum at Nazareth High was the Home Hygiene
Class, sponsored by the American Red Cross and supervised by Mrs. J. Frederick
Fourteen girls met each Wednesday in Room 12, where they received valuable
information in first aid, care of the sick, care of babies, and improvised equipment.
Special activities included lectures by Dr. Brior, chiropoclistg a lesson in artificial
respiration and special bandaging under the supervision of Mr. Rice, chairman of the
Safety Council of the local districtg and a visit from Miss Crider, Metropolitan Life
Insurance nurse, who demonstrated how to bathe a baby.
The members of this class also visited a furniture store, a baby clinic, and a dairy.
They obtained subscriptions for the American Red Cross and sponsored a movie on tu-
berculosis for the students and faculty.
Certificates Were awarded by the American Red Cross to all members who success-
fully completed the course.
Officers of the Home Hygiene class were:
Secretary-La Rue Morgan
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HIS newly organized craft club has proved very popular with the boys of senior
high and has encouraged them along industrial lines.
The members are permitted to make whatever woodwork project they desire.
A number of the boys made walnut chests which were on sale to the public.
Vice President-Edward Karch
HE Town Hall is a new club which was organized this past year under the super-
vision of Mr. Feller. The purpose of the meetings was to discuss the topics of the
Town Hall of the Air.
To show the student body the work accomplished by this group, the Town Hall
held two panel discussions in assembly. The topics presented were "Do we Have Free-
dom of Speech and Press in the United States" and "How Can Our Schools Better
Educate for Democratic Government."
The officers were:
Vice President-Robert Huth
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We had our mighty captain,
His name was Jack Redline.
We had our Daniel Ritter,
How he could hit that line.
We had our brains in Johnny,
Who did our punting, too.
We had our Doyle and Hommer,
Who helped us pull through.
We had our bruising tackle,
Henry Schmalzer was his name.
We had our center Humphrey,
Who played a bang up game.
'A good back we had in Mengel,
The word "quit" he never knew.
We had our ends named Keck and Byrnes,
Who caught our passes, too.
We had our well liked "Rebel",
As a ball carrier he did jine.
We also had our substitutes,
Who bolstered up that line.
We had our Leh and Bartolet,
Our wonderful coaches, too.
But most of all dear Nazareth High,
We had the "White and Blue".
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From Sophomore year to Senior year
We gamcly carried on
And finally comes the time when
We shall don the cap and gown.
Before you now in black and white
You plainly see our plight
It may not seem the best to you
But shows what even the 'leastf' can do.
All Ode to Solid Geometry
As I sit here in this study hall,
And, gaze upon yonder blank wall
I think of Solid Geometry,
And just how hard it is for me.
, I think of cones and prisms, too,
As things which make my life quite blue,
I think of our teacher, Mister Camp,
Who makes us swallow such a lump.
I think of that book with a cover of blue,
As the cause of the woe to me and to you,
And then I think of some clark, dark night
And throwing it into the fire so bright.
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I sit alone in the twilight
Forsaken by all the girls and men
And murmur over and over and over
I shall never.eat onions again.
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Anna, she is lean, lanky, and tall
Buralli, the brightest of all.
Chapman, she is always so willing.
Desmond, his jokes are killing.
Eyer, a girl always smiling.
Frank, a boy so beguiling.
Gaskell, his giggle is famous.
Helen, in sports she excels us.
Izworski, he found German a feat.
Jack, he's among the elite.
Keck, always friendly to all.
Louise, she's sweet and small.
Mengel, witty and carefree.
Noll, sisters one, two, three.
Oscar, he doesn't exist.
Parenti, he's hard to resist.
Quiet, we seldom have this.
Richard, he lives in bliss.
Stano, he is always about.
Thomas, she is never in doubt.
Uhler, always up to par.
Viola, and her shiny guitar.
Werkheiser, she's ever on time.
X-Ray, it just won't rhyme.
Yeast, it makes food rise.
- - - -Well, it must be a surprise.
Algy met a bear
The bear was bulgy
The bulge was Algy.
Follies of 1939
Nick-name Desires to be
"Paul" A good husband
"Louise" An old maid
"Brother" Professional Hobo
"Edie" Somebody's wife
"PuHie" Somebody's stenog
"Margie" Happily married
"Tommy' A Mormon
"Rebel" Football Coach
"Willie" Singin' Salesman
Girls' faults are many,
While boys' are only two -
Everything they say and
Everything they do.
Dcstinecl to be
Editor of Naz. Item
Supervisor of W.
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It's fun to wind them up like toys.
For chasing blues they ccmft be beats
That is if you can keep your seat!
For hitting bumps they are deluxe
Of course theyire hard upon "cle books?
And if sometimes the rain does pour
Thev-e's always room for just one more!
A. A. W.
Stock Market Returns from the Tottering
Acme Ladder Corp.-Wobbly
Twin City Tires-Flat
Universal Magnets-Picking up
Excel Life Preservers-Sinking Fast
Oh so good Soup Co.-Hot-Stuff
Hi Lo Stockings-Runner up
Walla Bella Glass Co..-Clear Outlook
Best Yet Yeast-Rising
Sohigh Explosive Inc.-Going up soon
Nazareth Ice-Not so hot
Harrison's Suspenders Inc.-Holding up
Fordmobile Autos-Due for a crack up
That MHHQS Here Again
The other night upon the stair
I saw a man who wasn't there,
I didn't see him again today,
Gee, how I wish he'cl go away.
Just Suppose That:
Donald Snyder spoke slowly - - -Q
Robert Monprode forgot about politics in P. of D. class - - -
Desmond Cooley would tell a new joke - - -
Gerald Strunk quit the "Spider Club" - - -
Samuel Merlo forgot his vocabulary - - -
Lorraine Eyer never smiled - - +
Thomas Frederickson taught shorthand - - -
Peter Heckman didn't have to report for Miss Sloat - - -
Edward Karch stayed out of scrapes - - -
Victor Kostenbader prepared his French Cby hilnselfj - - -
Rooms 29 and 25 could keep quiet for 15 minutes - - -
Robert Doyle stopped imagining his "dream girl" - - -
Miss Oakes chewed gum during classes - - -
Lester Bartron had a "steady" - - -
Lorraine Thomas built herself a trailer to carry her books
Harold Stocker washed his hair CApo1ogies to his motherj
Ralph Shafer wasn't bashful - - -
Miss Sloat couldn't sneeze - - -
Joseph Stano forgot to be a gentleman - - -
Paul Buralli forgot to study - - -
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We, the Class of 1939, wish to express our sincere appreciation to our patrons
advertisers, and friends for their splendid cooperation in making our "Comet" a
American Legion and Auxiliary
Compliments of a Friend
Mrs. Charles A. Alpaugh
Mr and Mrs. Ernest Ayres
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bajan
Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Barth
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Bath
Dr. and Mrs. S. G. Beck
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Becker
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Beers
Mr. and Mrs. William Bennett, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. R. I. Brazina
Mr. and Mrs. Warren L. Breinig, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Bunn
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chapman
of a Friend
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Mr. and Mrs. Warren S. Dech
Mr. Stephen Dest
Rev. and Mrs. Walter H. Diehl
Mr. and Mrs.
Warren G. Eberts
and Mrs. Howard Edelman
and Mrs. Stewart Eyer
and Mrs. James Fetherolf
Mrs. Mary Flick
Miss Henrietta Frantz
and Mrs. J. H. Fulmer
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. 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.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Fraunfelder
James S. Fry
E. B. Hartman
Fred D. Heckman
George H. Heckman
Joseph H. Heintzelman
J. E. Hirtle
Willard R. Jones
Charles A. Kaiser
George A. Karch
Edward H. Kern
Miss Elizabeth Kidd
Mrs. M. A. Memmert
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Metz
Mrs. Alice Meyers
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miksch
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Miller, Jr.
Mr. William G. Moser
Mrs. Mayne F. Moyer
Nazareth News Agency
Nazareth Parent-Teacher Ass'n
Nazareth Woman's Club
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Neeley
Newburg Barber Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nicholas
Miss Florence Nicholas
and Mrs. W. Calvin Nickel
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Parenti
Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Pohl
Mr and Mrs. Lewis Polgardy
Mr and Mrs. Edgar F. Rader
Mr and Mrs. Clyde W. Roberts
Mr and Mrs. J. Allen Schaeifer
Mr and Mrs. A. J. Schissler
Mrs. Sarah Schlegel
Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Schlegel
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schmalzer
Mrs. A. J. Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs Charles Schnerr
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Schrammel
Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Scutt
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Seguine
Dr. and Mrs. E. A. N . Seyfried
Mr.and Mrs. Harry Seyfried
Mr and Mrs. Charles L. Shimer
Mr and Mrs. Howard Shimer
Mrs. Alavesta J. Snyder
Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Snyder
Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Snyder
Mrs. Minnie Solt
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Steed
Mr. and Mrs. Russell K. Stout
Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Swavely
Mrs. Gerald 'Swavely
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Kleppinger Mr. and Mrs. Clifford T. Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Kline Dr. and Mrs. N. C. Uhler
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Knauss Mr and Mrs. R. W. Weaver
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Knecht Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Wagner
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton H. Kostenbader Mr and Mrs George S. Wartman
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kratz Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Werkheiser
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Kroboth Mr and Mrs. Ernest Wilken
Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Leh Mrs. Mary Winn
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Leopold Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yandresitz
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Marcks Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Yeisley
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Martin Miss Emma Yukna
Rev. and Mrs. Paul S. Meinert
Standard Portland Cement
GGPCIIII - Dixiew
High Eayly Strength. Cement
461361111 - Dixie Quality'
No. 1-Kingsport, Tenn.
No. 2-Clinchfield, Ga.
No. 3-Richard City, Tenn.
No. 4-Nazareth, Pa.
-Penn Allen, Pa.
-Portland Point, N. Y
-Valley Junction, Ia.
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. . . . when books are shelved for
a 'more intense study of the world
and its ways ....
One of the first business steps undertaken by
many of this year's graduates will be the opening
of a Savings Account as soon as they start
Many of our older citizens may well follow the
example of these future business men and success-
ful homemakers in preparing for 1ife's challenges.
We'll be glad to help your funds grow by adding
compound interest to the amounts you save here.
The Nazareth National
Bank and Trust Company
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
- MANUFACTURERS OF
Keystone Portland Cement
HA Better Cement"
Velroea High Early Strength
WA Perfect High Early Strength Portland Cement"
Keystone Dark Cement
HA Uniform Color Dark Cement"
1400 So. P61111 Square, Philadelphia, Pa.
Pllilaclelpllia New York Boston
B Bllg Phldlpl P
Churchman Business College
'GA Thorough Business Training School"
Secretarial, Accounting and Business Administration Courses college
grade. Business, Stenographic, and special review courses.
Forty-one Colleges and Universities, and thirty-nine High Schools
are represented in the student enrollment this term.
Approved by Pa, State Committee on Standards for Private Business
Member of the National Association of Accredited Commercial
Schools. Day school is in session the entire year. Night school is
in session from September to May.
Students may enter at any time. Free placement service. Catalog
mailed upon request.
W. E. Churchman, Principal
20-22 South Fourth Street, Easton, Pa. Phone 2-4014
Dan R: t'Suppose I had Hfty cents and you asked for the loan of a quarter.
How much would I have then?"
Henry S: "Fifty cents."
High Grade Dairy Products
DISTRIBUTORS . . .
T. D. Kostenhader 81 Son
TRY OUR GUERNSEY MILK
Nazareth, Pa. Phone 132
H... .- one hundrezl five
Kraemer Hosiery Co
Miss Sloat: "Stanley, what are you chewing?"
S. Shankweilert "Nothing, I just swallowed it."
Klipple Bus Line
Phone . . . Bath 49
Iron Firemen Stokers A-B-C Oil BlI1'll6l'S
W. F. .MESSINGER
Gas and Electrical Appliance Store
Gas and Electric . llyestmghouse
Appliances Refrzgerators and Ranges
119 South Main Street I Nazareth, Pa.
Robert Rinehart: "A man 'jostled me as he went passed by."
W. K. Shimer, President L. G. Peters, Treasurer
Geo. H. Welty, Secretary
The Nazareth Coal Sz Lumber Co.
Coal . . . Lumber
Hardware and Building Material
430 and 436 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa
Lead, Paints, Varnislles Lehigh and
Maytag Electric Washers Scranton
Frigiclaire Electric Refrigerators "Blue" Coal
Bethlehem Business College
Fourth Street and Broadway Betlnlellem, Pa
A distinctive business training school offering Secretarial, Accounting,
Business Administration Courses planned for high school graduates.
Advanced courses in Accounting and Secretarial Training for students
from commercial departments.
Day and Evening Sessions . . . Free Placement Service
Member of the National Association of Accredited Commercial Schools
Approved by The Pennsylvania State Committee
on Standards for Business Schools
Catalog containing full particulars mailed upon request.
'W. F. MAGEE, President
D. Humphrey: "She's like a teacher without any pupils."
H. Schmalzer: "What do you mean?"
D. Humphrey: "She doesn't have any class."
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,
chi1dren's waist suits, 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.
one lumdrcll eight
Andrew G. Kern, President Wm. J. Santee, Secretary-Treasurer
Tne Trumbower Company
Coal, Lumber, Crushed Stone
and Building Material
MAIN OFFICE: BRANCH OFFICE:
Easton Road 23 South Main Street
Phone 417 Phone 157
T. Frederickson: "Girls were meant to break hearts, not necks?
GEORGE N. MILLER
General Merchandise and
Waylle Hog, Dairy, Calf orse and
Bushkill Center, Pa.
P. O. Nazareth, Pa., Route No. 2
nc lumrl d
Sales . . . Service
I-lahn Chevrolet Company
GEO. W. HAHN, Proprietor
Esso Gasoline . . . Oils and Greases
National Tires and Tubes . . . Accessories
47 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pa.
Mr. Felleri "I think We can draw a conclusion that there is absolutely no one
who does not put forth energy to accomplish work."
D. Humphrey: "How about Charlie McCarthy?"
Banking in Tomorrow's World . . .
The trend of banking has been toward more complete financial services
for the individual. In part this trend is due to the desire of banks to be of
maxiinum helpfulness, and in part to the growing complexity of modern life,
which accents the importance of individual financial management.
This trend will continue, we believe, into the world of tomorrow. This
bank, for one, will continue to study the needs of the average individual and
to provide new or improved banking services whenever necessary.
We invite you to open an account at this bank and to become acquainted
with our services.
The Second National Bank
Member of the Member of the
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Federal Reserve System
one humlred ten
Farmor's Mutual Fire Insurance Company
of Northampton Bounty
Incorporated March 17, 1845
Nearly a Century of Insurance Service
Losses Promptly Paid
Ample Reserve for Benefit of Policyholders
FARMERS' DIUTUAL BUILDING
72 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa
Wm. D. Kunkel, Secretary Phone 80
W. Eberts: "What was wrong with the pictures?
L, Eyer: "The light got in the Way."
Compliments of Looks Hue
R. D. Lambert .
J E W E L E R Nazareth Motor Co.
OPTICIAN S. W. Cor. Maueh Chunk
. and Church Streets
Nazareth, Pa. Nazflfetlla Pa- 5
North and Chestnut
B. R. Hess
Body and Fender Repairs
and FIRST QUALITY
DuPont, Duco Materials
Sales . . . Service
Palf Sz Darrolln
324 South Main Street
W. Eberts: "The Blue and White Standard ought to send me to the New York
Mr. Knecht: "They don't have a 'nut-house' there."
CLOTHING . . . HATS
SHOES . . . FURNISHINGS
at Popular Prices
13-17 Belvidere Street
HAVE YOU TRIED . . .
'GAbbott's Deluxe Ice Cream?"
The Hnest that is made. Spooned
in the Old Fashioned Way. No imita-
tion Havorings of any kind. Special
prices in quantities and to organ-
J. W. Jackson
Belvidere and New Streets
one Immlrcd twelve
' Sto , Look and Listen
Save your food with Nazareth
Eat and En.0 Artificial Ice made from pure
' J y spring water, won't dry out your
' . 9 food and makes it taste better.
lee Cream .
36 BELVIDERE STREET
Artificial Ice Co.
Cor. W'alnut and Pine Streets
Miss Nicholas: "The Doctor is here now.
examined yet, please pass out,"
Will the persons who haven't been
Exclusive Sporting Goods Store
Sporting Goods Co.
532 Hamilton Street
Special Discounts to Students
For Quality and
Service in Printing
127 East High Street
one lmmlrpd th p
F. E. Weililantl
. 0 1 T
S J. GPCb01y
27 Mauch Chunk Street
Hardware Store '
Cor. Broad and Main Streets 6 ' ' ' STUDEBAKER ' ' ' 8
SALES and SERVICE
Phone 748 '
General Auto Repairs
. Phone 478
Mr. Leh: "What's on your mind?"
F. Reimer: "Nothing," E
Mr. Leh: "I wou1dn't admit that if
I were you."
Stanley R. Wooclrillg
Milk, Crealn, Butter
and Cottage Cheese
41 PROSPECT STREET
The People's Coal
and Supply Co.
Phone Naz. 483
Your Dealer for
Lehigh Navigation Coal
Lllnlbef L . . Hardware
Charles C. Willauer
Frances BZ "What do you intend doing this summerf
Mr. Wunderly: "Right now I'm half way between Rittersville and Allentown
Kochls Meat Market
At All Times
C. W. Hartman
MEAT and M
F rack 81 Leh
SALES and SERVICE
Frank Huth Sz: Sons
56 South Main Street
Insurance that can be depended
upon in an emergency
F. Heintzelmanz "I've changed my mind."
P. Hommer: "I wonder if it works any better."
MILLWORK OF QUALITY
SASH DOORS SHUTTERS
BLINDS FRAMES COLONADES
STAIR WORK INTERIOR TRIM
Prospect and Green Streets
"No One Knows Paint
Like a Painter"
Thomas J. Franezak
222 OAK STREET
ww lurmlrcd sixteen
Men's and Young Men's
Centre Square N. E. Corner
Frank P. Rohn
Donald S: "This match won't light."
Frank H: "That's funnyg it lit all right a minute ago."
M A R T I N
Guitars . . . Mandolins
Superior Tone and Workmanship
Made at Nazareth by
C. F. Martin Sz Co., Inc.
The Logical Place
ALL AMUSEMEN TS
T. V. Long, Mgr.
Phone: Easton 69441
Snyder Milling Co.
The Leader Store
Cor. Main and Belvidere Streets
FLOUR Entire Family
FEED STYLED . . . RIGHT
GRAIN PRICED . . . RIGHT
L. Gaskell: "Around what girl's ne
ck do you wear your football?"
SWITCH TO TRY AN
D o D G E , ,
Esterhrook Re-N ew-Po111t
AND SAVE MONEY .
Fountain Pen at 31.00
ON SALE AT ANGLEMIRE'S
Greater Value at Lower Price
R. F. Ziegler
Maueh Chunk and Church Streets
And Enjoy a Smooth Writing Pen
ON DEMONSTRATION AT
42 South Main Street
A Re-New-Point only 25 cents
gnc hnmlrvrl eiylntecn
0 Albert 0. Sturgis
Better 23 South Main Street
Photographs . . . Nazareth' Pa'
The Calvin Studio
Formerly Wint- Studio
617 Linden Street
Ollhaif Schramm Cto Frederick Reimerb: "Do you have shorthand?"
Frederick Reimer: "No, I have a long hand."
Harvey P. Dietz
55 South Main Street
Open Tuesday and Saturday
Patronize . . .
Naza.reth's Leading Prescription
Drug' Store for All Your Drug Needs
Registered Druggists give you the
quality service you are entitled to.
Ask Your Family Doctor
He Knows Us . . .
Paul W. Heckinan
The Rexall Drug Store
The Best in Drug Store Merchandise
The Best in Drug Store Service
one lfnndrvd nineteen
extends its compliments
Class of '39
The Complete Low Priced Car
Sales and Service
Square Deal Garage
Arthur S. Lambert, Prop.
10 North Walnut Street
Phone: Bath 3621
W. Eberts: "Let's dance to the scintillating r
hythm of Karch's 'soup s1urping'."
CLAUDE W. FOX
Green 'Valley Butcher
HOME MADE PRODUCTS
Poultry at All Times
R. F. D. No. 1
I1 If uzlrvrl t t
Compliments of Creamery and Dairy
ROBERT EDELMAN, Prop.
E. J. Unangst 81 Sons
DEPARTMENT STORE Pasteurized Milk
Cream . . . Butter
Established 1874 ,
Where Belvidere Crosses Broad Cottage Cheese
9 NAZARETH, PA.
Mr. Shekletskiz "Give an example of what chemistry has given to mankind."
D. Ritter: "About ninety per cent of our blondes."
Roy S. Kostenhader Glasses Fitted
' Phone 146
ELECTRIC WASHERS Monday 7 to 8:30 P' m'
Friday 2:30 to 8230 p. rn.
F LORY' S FEEDS
Dr. Leon Kolb
Belfast, Pennsylvania Optometrist
118 South Main Street
one IHUILIFBII twenty-one
Sales and Service
Broad St. Garage
H. Siegel and R. J. Wessner
Garage and Service
125 South Broad Street
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
Roy T. Fehnel
Phone: Nazareth 289-R-1
Mr. Wunderly: "Did Edgar do something?"
Edgar Kern: "Edgar 'kicked the bucket'."
Philadelphia . . . Boston
I. Schwartz Sz S011
STOVES and BEDDING
H. T. Vannatta, Mgr.
540 South 'Main Street
our lm uzlrezl lwelzty-ffnlo
1740 . . . 19-41-0 ,
Bi-Centennial Celebration ,
Fun Frolic Sports
Carnival Fireworks Rembrandt Stlldlos
Parades Contests ,
Decorations ' Mardi Gras 1341 Maln Street
. Northam-pton, Pa.
The Towne House
Broad and Belvidere Streets
Bud Knecht Qto an airport oflicial in
"Where shall we park?"
iddle of a ten acre parking fieldbz
R y a n
80 VVEST BROAD STREET
'Bates Valve Bag
Flour, Cement, Gypzum
Ground Limestone, Plaster
and Other Pulverized
one hun rlrctl tfivcfzty-tlzrcn
For ICE CREAM
i ' if
83 Seip Avenue
Mr. Reitz: "What is the American money equivalent to an English Pound?"
C. Pai: U16 ounces."
Penn Roller Rink
Center and Freemanshurg Ave.
Prop., Mr. Frank Schmidt
1 Skate for Healtlfs Sake -
Dry Cleaning and Pressing for
Ladies and Gents
KLEIN and YOST, Props.
138 S. Main Street, Nazareth, Pa..
We Call and Deliver
e lzmulrzrd twenty-fazn'
M. T. Weaver
Ranges and Refrigerators
Ranges, Refrigerators and Radios
Washers and Ironers
Between Belfast and Wfind Cap
Phone Naz. 288-R-12
Fire Insurance Co.
Protects Your Property
Against the Three
Fire, Lightning and WiHflSl01'lll
Consult Agent or Director
in Your District
Home Office . . . Tatamy, Pa.
President. .,...... E. S. Rosenberry, M.D.
Secretary ......,.....,........... Karl L. Metler
L. Eyer: "Let's lay out the dummy."
W. Eberts: "Let me out of this!"
Cooperative Life Insurance
Agent . . . C. F. DEWALT
Easton 26077 Easton 6597
Frank R. Edinger 85 Son, Proprietors
NURSERY and OFFICE
Freemansburg Avenue and
one lzundrcd twenty-15.14,
1 s 551
from the Down
are ' a 1939
Everlasting o Bulova y
- 0 Gruen
. CQME IN 9 Benrue
0 LOOK AROUND
Ralph E. Saeger
41 Belvidere Street Nazareth
Warren H. Bowers
Phone: Nazareth 282-J-3
Mr. Shekletski: "What would you do all your life for vegetables to eat if all
the plant life on the earth were destroyed?"
Robert Taylor: "'We1l, I'd eat canned vegetables."
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Dusters - Seed Treaters
Dust Mixers - Threshers
General Jobbing Work
Grey Iron - Aluminum - Brass
Messinger Mfg. Co.
mme l1lmzl1'cd twalztgv-si.1r
I ompliments of
Q9 -H Q
h - T RAD: MARK R .G V A Ae "
GRANT sm 7 2001 UNl0NrBLVD. ALLENTOWN,PA.
2001 Union Boulevard
Mr. Cump: "Drowning is merely breathing water into your lungs."
Frances B: "Then you get heavy."
The Man's Store
Popular Price Clothing
for Young Men
Beauty in the
M odern, Manner
16 Belvidere Street
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