Nazareth Area High School - Comet Yearbook (Nazareth, PA)
- Class of 1940
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V0l11n1eXI CLASS OF 1940
NAZARETH HIGH SCHOOL
We, the class of 1940,
sincerely hope that this
Comet may be one of the
strongest links in our chain
of memories, forged dur-
ing three happy years at
Nazareth High School.
Two hundred years of
progress has transformed
Nazareth into the thriving
community it is today. To
this splendid progress and
the hope that it will con-
tinue throughout the years
to come, we, the class of
1940, dedicate this year-
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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 fight:
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-
Never shall dishonor cloud thee
Nor the Blue and White!
EARL LAUDIG, '31
First row: GEORGE A. SMITH, CHARLES J. KNAUSS, FRANK B. LEH, VVARREN S. DECH,
CHARLES P. SCHNERR.
Second row: ROBERT VY. PAULY, NVILLIAM M. BENNETT. A. RUSSELL SNYIJER.
Nazareth School Board
William M. Bennett, Jr., President
A. Russell Snyder, Vice President Charles P. Schnerr, Treasurer
C. J. Knauss, Secretary to the Board
First row: MRS. CALVIN NICKEL, MRS. PRESTON FLOREY, MRS. EARL STROHMAN, MRS
Second row: MR, LAWRENCE RICE, MR, EIJVVARIJ RNELLER, MR. EDVVARD CHRISTMAN, MR
ERNEST WILKEN, MR. STANLEY VVOODRING, MR, EZRA FRANTZ.
The Nazareth Parent-Teacher ASSOCl3tlOH
Edward S. Kneller Mrs. Earl Strohman
Ezra Frantz Ernest Wilken
Vice President Publicity
Mrs. Mary Winn Mrs. Helen Thomas
Mrs. Preston Florey Lawrence Rice
Mrs. Calvin Nickel Stanley Woodring
Program Ways and Means
726 C .
FREDERICK A. MARCKS
A.B., MUHLENBERG COLLEGE
SUPERINTENDENT OF NAZARETH PUBLIC SCHOOLS
FLORENCE L. NICHOLAS
B.S., M.A., COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
PRINCIPAL OF NAZARETH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
B.S., New York University
B.S., Pennsylvania State College
GUY CUMp JEAN CLUTE
BS., Gettysburg College Pennsylvania Museum
School of Industrial Art
CHARLOTTE GREINER J. FREDERICK KNECHT
ll.S.C.. Rider College A.B., M.A., L'niversity of Pennsylvania
r.,. . .
MAE YEISI-EY ANDREW LEH ANNA WUNDERLY
Music Physical Education Physical Edfzrcatiou
BS., Temple University Ph.B., Muhlenberg College B.S., East Stroudsburg Teachers College
M.A., Columbia University M.A., Columbia University
GEORGE VVUNDERLY ELIZABETH SLOAT ADAM SHEKLETSKI
Lqqqyugggg A.B., Lebanon Valley College Sciences
A.B., Moravian College M,A., Columbia University A.B., Lehigh University
CHARLES BARTLET EDNA SHELLY GORDON FELLER
HiX1501'3' Commercial Ilixtnry, Problems of lJ?Wl0l'l'!1!'j
B.S., Lebanon Valley College A.B., Temple University A.B., Muhlenberg College
LOIS LONG MARVIN REITZ MARGARET ROUSH
Biology Efzgflislz, Music Commercial
A.B., Susquehanna University B.S., Temple University B.S., Susquehaua University
CAROLYN BUTZ ROBERT EDGAR MRS. J. F. KNECHT
Librarian History School Nurse
S., Kutzfown State Teachers College A.B., Lafayette College Pennsylvania Hospital
B.S., Rider College
B.S., University of Pennsylvania
First row: KNELLER, KROMER, STEYEXSON, BECK, NOLL, FREY, SMITH, BEISEI.. KROBOTH.
NEUMEYER, MISS SLOAT. CORTEZ, SEARLITS. MISS C'l,I"l'E, MOYER, KERN, MISS
NICHOLAS, DEITRICH, G, ACKERMAN, BECKER, FITLMER, PETRAGLIA, GINTHER, B.
ACKERMAN, KINDRED, ZGOBA.
Second row: STOHI.. HUMMEL, STROHMEYICR. HAHN. SIEGFRIEU, RIEGEI., KRATZER, HUTH,
NICKEL, HAPPEL, BI'RAl.I.I.
Ruth Neumeyer Willis Happel
Lorraine Frey Kenneth Kratzer John Strohmeyer Viola Noll Carmela Petraglia
Dramatic and Social Editor Art Editors Music Editors
Jeraline Kern Velma Smith Robert Siegfried-Instrumental
Alice Beck Gladys Kromer-Vocal
Charles Reigel Angeline Kroboth Kate Zgoba Dorothy Fulmer
Mae Ginther Arlene Deitrich Helen Cortez Louise Kindred
Photography Editors Athletic Editors Joke Editors
Elizabeth Becker Betty Ackerman Mildred Kneller
Josephine Stohl Albert Buralli Henry Nickel
Assistant Business Managers
Edna Stevenson Elenora Hummel VVilliam Hahn Robert Huth Rae Beisel
Elizabeth S. Sloat Florence L. Nicholas Jean B. Clute
ONG, long, ago, in the middle of a large green meadow there lived a colony of
grasshoppers. Here, generation after generation, they lived peacefully and hap-
pily-that is, I should say, until just recently. But what was it that changed the
lives of these two grasshoppers? That is precisely what I shall relate to you now.
Three years ago, one mother grasshopper laid many eggs. Some months later, a
pair of proud parents looked happily upon their one hundred and seventy-four newly
born nymphs. Before I proceed, however, it is most necessary to tell you that these
nymphs mature much faster Cmentally and physicallyj than human babies. It was
for this reason that mother and father grasshopper thought it best to send their one
hundred and seventy-four "huskies" to school immediately.
Somewhat hesitantly and bashfully these tiny nymphs hopped along to school.
Unlike any other, their first school year was very quiet, indeed, although each one did
admit he had a grand time at the Hallowe'en party.
It was in their second year of seemingly educating themselves that the shy nymphs
became very self-confident and participated actively in many school affairs. Their
capability of being hosts was shown at the Junior-Senior prom. It was in this year,
too, that their class rings were chosen. Much to the dismay of each nymph, there yet
remained only one short school year ahead of them.
In the fall of 1939 there remained only one hundred and fifty-one of the original
one hundred and seventy-four nymphs-now eager young grasshoppers-striving to
make their last year their very best. By a large margin, these grasshoppers "out-
hopped' their neighboring schools athletically. Then, too, they presented a successful
play and edited their line year book, the "Comet" Each one had a particularly grand
time at the Christmas and Junior-Senior "hops"
Seated proudly in the front row at graduating exercises, mother and father grass-
hopper admiringly exclaimed, "What a fine group of sons and daughters we have."
Alice S. Beck, Historian.
BETTY ACKERMAN "Betsy,
"Hey! Nazareth!" Sounds like "Betsy" spurring Nazareth
on to Victory. She put everything she had into her cheer-
ing. Although she has participated in many extra curriculum
activities, dramatics is her favorite. Her dimples and good
nature have Won her many friends, including "Johnnie".
Senior Play Committee C335 Dramatic Club C23, President
C335 Glee Club C13, Treasurer C23, President C335 Comet,
Athletic Editor C335 Cheerleader C13 C23, Head Cheerleader
C335 Operetta C13 C23, Minor C135 Student Council C135
Class President C135 A Cappella Choir C13 C23 C335 Music
Festival C335 Magazine Campaign C235 Volley Ball C13 C23
C33, Captain C235 Hockey C23 C33, Captain C235 Basketball
C13 C23 C335 Baseball C23 C33.
BERNICE ARNDT "BeT'rt'Ze"
GERALDINE ACKERMAN "GeT'ry,'
Small but active is Gerry. Although she's a great sport
fan and has followed every game Nazareth played, she also
likes bicycling, ice skating, and reading. Even if she is mis-
chievous, she is a good student.
Glee Club C13 C23 C335 Dramatic Club C235 Comet Staff
C335 Operetta C13 C23: Music Festival C335 Baseball C23.
A quiet exterior, but dont let it fool you, for "Bernie"
likes a good time and is really quite jolly. Although she
doesn't care to study, she is quite interested in sports, and is
a Hwhizzl' at basketball.
Basketball C13 C23 C335 Volley Ball C23 C335 Commercial
Club C13 ,C23 C335 Class Secretary C13 C33. '
VALERIA ARNDT "Vivien
Valeria is a snappy, little, blue-eyed lass who is always
full of fun. Her ability to sing and play the piano has often
brightened up a dull moment, just as her pleasant personality
has won her many friends. Best wishes go with her into the
field of dental nursing.
Glee Club C13 C23 C335 Operetta, Major C13 C235 Music
Festival C335 Orchestra C335 A Cappella Choir C13 C23 C339
Class Secretary C235 Student Council C235 Science Club C335
Library Assistant C13 C23 C33.
ANNA BAJAN "Baja'rL"
Anna is noted for her talking and arguing. Her participa-
tion in sports 'has made her outstanding in both hockey and
Hockey C23, Captain C13 C335 Basketball C23 C33, Captain
C135 Volley Ball C13, Manager C33, Captain C23g Baseball
C13 C23 C335 Science Club C23 C335 Dramatic Club C13
C235 Commercial Club C135 Craft Club, Secretary and Treas-
urer C33g Student Council, Secretary C33.
Oh, yes, another one of MoorestoWn's loyal members of
Nazareth High School. Clara rushes out after school to
catch the first and only bus to Moorestown. As a result, she
finds little time to indulge in extra curricular activities.
Commercial Club C23 C33.
Mildred seems to be quiet but she really is a happy-go-
lucky girl. She made a great hit as a guitar player when she
broadcasted over WCBA. Social dancing is her favorite pas-
Glee Club C153 Operetta C15.
ALICE BECK ':Alice,'
Quiet, well-dressed, Well-mannered, that's Alice to a T.
She has a pleasing personality and a smile for everyone. Be-
sides being fond of athletics, she is an excellent student. Her
talent in art has contributed greatly to the success of this
book. May her fine qualities prove a help to her at Syracuse
Dramatic Club C15, Vice President C25, Town Hall
C25, Secretary C353 Volley Ball C15, Captain C253 Baseball
C15 C255 Basketball C15, Captain C25 C35g Hockey C15 C25
C355 Blue and White Standard C15, Science Club C355 Class
Vice President C35g Class Historian C35g Co-Art Editor of
ELIZABETH BECKER 'fBeffy"
"Betty" tells us she likes to cook and keep house. Incident-
ally, if you ever need a willing and thorough worker on a
committee, be sure to call on her. She is one of the girls who
finds Bethlehem very interesting.
Commercial Club C15 C25 C353 Glee Club C15 C25, Class
Treasurer C15, Hockey C353 Basketball C25 C35g Baseball
C15 C25 C35g Volley Ball C15 C35, Manager C25, Comet
Staff C355 Operetta C15 C25, Athletic Association C25.
Comet C351 Tennis C25, Magazine Campaign C35.
'fBetzy" is forever "getting in Dutch" when in the vicinity
of room 33. Charles is especially fond of his Packard, which ,
he drives around during the noon hour.
RAE BEISEL "Rae',
This versatile young lady can do anything assigned her.
She'll be missed by the teachers as a dependable and reliable
girl. Her sunny disposition and quiet nature will be sure to
comfort any patient she may have when she enters the hos-
pital in September.
Basketball fljg Hockey fly, Manager C233 Science Club
423, Treasurer 135, Blue and White Standard CID, Assistant
Business Manager 129, Business Manager C3Jg Comet Staff,
Assistant Business Manager C3J.
WILLIAM BITZ "Bitzie',
A mischievous classmate, Bill will be remembered in the
future by his fellows students for his stubborness, Witticisms,
numerous pranks, baseball ability and last, but not least, for
his attractive blue eyes.
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ALBERT BURALLI "Lightning"
What would the thriving town of Hecktown be Without
Burall? Besides rating high scholastically, Albert Ends time
to attend Blue and White Standard staff meetings. Lately
he has been attending them regularly. Could it be that blonde
associate editor? I
Track C15, Science Club C153 Dramatic Club C353 Blue and
White Standard C25 C35g Class Vice President C35g Treasurer
of Athletic Association C35g Oratorical Contest C35.
.Assistant Baseball Manager C155 Glee Club C15, Science
EARL BUSS "Bussie',
Small, very small, but proud of it, Earl is a mischievous
lad who knows how to Wiggle out of all his troubles. "Bus-
sie" is always full of pep and greets everyone with a smile.
He spends much time in the chemistry Lab. and hopes, some-
day, to become an electrical engineer.
LELA BUSS "Lela"
Auburn hair and rosy cheeks describe Lela to a "T", Her
4-H club work and needle craft ability have helped her to
make most of her clothing. Quite an accomplishment, Lela!
Baseball C25 C35, Captain C155 Basketball C25 C3i5g Vol-
ley Ball C15 C25 C355 Glee Club C25, Operetta C25, Commer-
cial Club C15 C35.
HENRY BYRNES "I'r'Z.sh?,
One of the mighty Byrnes twins! Henry is one of those
fellows who puts all he has into the game. Whether on grid-
iron, basketball court, or track field, Henry gives his best for
N. H. S. The mischievous twinkle in his eye and the cheer-
ful smile help to make Henry one of the gayest fellows in
the senior class. '
Football C15 C25, Captain C355 Basketball, Varsity C15 C25
C35g Track, Varsity C15 C25 C35g Glee Club C25 C35g Stu-
dent Council C15 C25 C35g Athletic Council, President C355
Class President C25 C35.
JOHN BYRNES "Johnny,
"Rah, Johnny! Rah, rah, Johnny!" This cheer was fre-
quently given by the crowd for the other half of the Byrnes
twins, for his scintillating plays in many games during his
high school career. A great favorite with Betty, John often
enjoys the picturesque scenery of East Lawn.
Baseball, Varsity C15 C25 C35g Basketball, Varsity C15,
Captain C25 C35g Football C15 C25 C35g Glee Club C25,
President C355 A Cappella Choir C25 C359 Athletic Council
ANGELINE CARLO "Angy"
Giggle, giggle! lt's only "Angy', coming into the room. She
is well-known for her lovely blush and her sunny disposi-
tion. Her "hang-out" after school is room ll.
Craft Club C35g Baseball C255 Volley Ball C25.
MARJORIE CHAPMAN "MaTgie':
Although this blonde, blue eyed lassie is quiet in the class-
room, she can certainly make enough noise as a cheerleader.
Her slow, easy going manner distinguishes her from her
classmates. Her calmness will prove a great help in her
chosen profession, nursing.
Dramatic Club 1254 Glee Club 125g Baseball 115 125 135g
Basketball 115 125 1355 Volley Ball 115 125 1355 Tennis 1355
Operetta 1253 Cheer Leader 135g Hockey 135.
DORIS CLAUSER ffciausew
Boom! Boom! Boom! It's "Clause-r" playing the bass drum
in the band. In addition she participates in all of the girls'
sports. A good deal of her time is spent with the manager of
Hockey 115 125 1355 Basketball 115 125 135gV011ey Ball
115 125 135, Baseball 115 125, Captain 1355 Tennis 115 125
135g Science Club 125 135g Glee Club 1153 Operetta 1155
Band 115 125 135.
RUTH CLEWELL "Ruth"
Working seems to be a profession with Ruth. In her home,
for Miss Nicholas, or in study hall she is always busy. Ruth
has an odd hobby-collecting pictures of men with different
types of rnustaches.
Commercial Club 115 125 135g Dramatic Club 115.
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HILDA COLVER "HildaU
Here come snappy brown eyes, dimples, and a big smile-
it's Hilda. Her sunny disposition made a hit her First day in
high school. Hilda is inclined to be studious and participates
in many school activities. However, her interest is centered
in Il certain 1939 graduate. How about it, Hilda?
Class Assistant Secretary-Treasurer C255 Commercial Club
C15. Secretary C25, President C355 Science Club C25, Secre-
tary C355 Glee Club C15, Operetta C155 Baseball C25 C35,
Captain C155 Basketball C15, Captain C25 C355 Volley Ball
C15 C25, Captain C355 Hockey C15 C25, Captain C35.
HELEN CORTEZ "Honey,'
He-re's some more proof that the most beautiful girls are
commercials. We are sure that Helen will be an asset to
Nazareth High's reputation if she enters the commercial
field. But we think that a person from Allentown will take
care of her future.
Commercial Club C355 Volley Ball C355 Blue and White
Typist C355 Comet Typist C355 Basketball C155 Magazine
Campaign Manager C35.
FRANCES CUMBERLAND Frances
Another piece of dynamite that walks around in a skirt.
Frances "flares upl' at the slighest provocation. It seems as
if her pet hobby is arguing in problems classes and telling
us what the people do where she comes from.
Basketball C15 C255 Baseball C25 C355 Gym Exhibition C155
Assistant Librarian C15 C25 C355 Commercial Club C15 C255
Craft Club C35.
SYLVIA DAVIS "Sylvian
Seen but not heard-that's Sylvia. She is acquainted with
her friends in the Commercial Department. However, her
blush is known to everyone. Why is New York so interesting,
Commercial Club C23 C333 Dramatic Club C333 Baseball C23.
KENNETH DECH "Ke1'my:'
"Kenny" believes in the old adage: "Actions speak louder
than Words? He's a polite young man with a friendly smile,
and can be depended upon when there's' work to be done.
His football and basketball ability have made him an out-
standing athlete. His spare time is spent at the movies.
Football C13 C23 C339 Basketball C23 C333 Class Treasur-
er C23g Class Assistant Secretary -Treasurer C33.
ARLENE DEITRICH "D0it'rich,'
Quiet but bright. This describes Arlene. Her pet hobbies
are attending the movies and playing her guitar. At the
mention of a certain boy, Arlene's ears begin to blush. Styl-
ish clothes and competency in the commercial field assure
Arlene of a bright future.
Orchestra C23 C335 Volley Ball C13g Student Council C135
Commercial Club C23 C33g Blue and White Standard, Typist
C23 C339 Comet Staff, Typist C33.
DON DETWILER "Detwile'r',
Collecting old guns is Don's hobby. This hobby logically
falls in line with his outdoor interests, hunting and trapping.
As an ardent shopworker, his manual skill will be a great
asset to him in his future work.
Craft Club C13 C23 C33g Track C33g Class Basketball C13
BROOKS DOYLE "To0kiev '
"Tookie's" happy smile comes straight from Stockertown.
He is fond of movies, swimming, hiking, girls, and candy.
Brooks, who is frequently seen riding his beloved bicycle,
will someday, perhaps, have a different type of vehicle on
science Club C23 qspg Football Czpg Track C23 433.
DONALD EDELMAN "Ricky"
There goes "Ricky" fiashing by on his Well-oiled skates.
Donald is very interested in music and is a member of the
orchestra, the band, the glee club, and the A Cappella Choir.
Class Basketball C13 C23 C333 Band C13 C23 C33g Science
Club C23 C333 Glee Club C23 C333 A Cappella Choir C23 C335
Track C335 Tennis Tournament C23 C33.
MARY EDWARDS . "Mary"
Mary is quiet and studious in school, but a speed-demon
on the highway. As a 4-H club member, she does a great
deal of sewing.
Science Club C33 .
your lessons, Johnny?
Class Basketball O C21 135.
JOHN ERDIE "Flap
Any night of the week Johnny can be found playing ping
pong at a club house on Main Street. He's a "wow" at slam
ming that ball around. How about trying to be a "Wow" at
KATHRYN FLICK X "Kl1UW'!Jl1U
Here's a demure girl with brown hair and the almost lost
art of blushing. Quiet and reserved, Kathryn stays out of
arguments. Although not the athletic type, she has followed
every game played by Nazareth.
Glee Club QD C29 C333 Operetta Q13 C2Dg Music Festival
MARIANNA FRANCIPANE "Ma'riannaU
Regardless of her dreamy smiles and seemingly harsh
temper, Marianna is really a fine girl. She is fond of movies
and in her pastime she collects pictures of movie stars.
Commercial Club 132.
ALLEN FLORY "Flo'ryism"
Allen, one of the clowns of the senior class, has a special
type of studying which he calls "Floryism"-in other words,
no studying at all. Whenever a skunk smell pervaded the
class room, we knew Allen was trapping again. His special-
ties are trapping, hunting, and fishing.
Craft Club C253 Science Club 135g Class Basketball CU
STANLEY FRANCZAK :'FTanczak',
Stanley believes and practices the adage: t'Never speak
unless spoken to." If gray hair comes from Worrying, this
chap wonlt ever have any for he takes life as it comes.
Football C25 C335 Commercial Club CZJQ Class Basketball
RUSSELL FRANTZ HRMSCW
A seemingly quiet lad, Russell is really an energetic talk-
er. His greatest interest, however, lies outside of school, in a
EDWARD FREY "Bing"
Here is the fellow who was the efficient football manager
of this year's football team. Besides this, UBing" possesses
an almost Southern accent and a broad grin accompanied
by a keen sense of humor. Quietness is "Bing's" virtue, a
characteristic that has won him the admiration of many.
Craft Club C155 Track C155 Class Basketball C15 C25 C355
Athletic Council, Secretary C355 Science Club C15 C25, Vice
President C355 Football C25, Manager C35.
LORRAINE FREY "Lo'r1'ai1'LeU
Abbie, of Christopher Bean fame, known for her quiet
manner, helped to put across the senior play with the great-
est success. Participating in both school and outside activi-
ties, Lorraine has high aspirations for the future. May you be
one of those successful "women in white", Lorraine.
Glee Club C15 C25 C355 A Cappella Choir C15 C25 C355
Operetta C15 C255 Music Festival C355 Baseball C155 Basket-
ball C155 Hockey C155 Volley Ball C155 Dramatic Club C255
Town Hall C255 Library Assistant C15 C255 Senior Class
Play, Major C355 Comet Staff, Literary Editor C35.
If all were quiet as t'Dot", Nazareth High would be a
mausoleum. Neither the masculine sex nor sports has any
appeal. Her one ambition is to be a stenographer, and her
scholastic record has qualified her for a position.
Commercial Club Q23 f3bg Science Club C25 C3Dg Blue and
White Standard, Typist Q25 C355 Comet Staff, Typist C3Dg
EDWARD FRY "Ed"
If you're looking for 'tEd", you'll find him somewhere with
"Bence". Edward is a friendly sort of chap who thinks school
would be more pleasant withoutn any school Work. He's
proved to us that he's a good sprinter and isn't bad at "high
jump" either. May he always jump over life's problems With
the same ease he shows on the athletic field.
Track C15 C25 133.
DoNALD GEORGE 'ffponn
As discus thrower on our track team, "Don" is indispens-
able. This quiet young man ends his days by taking a turn
around the block every night, Is there a reason, Donald?
Commercial Club C235 Track 639.
JOHN GROLLER "JO hu"
Although John's a whiz at baseball, the girls don't seem
to get to first base with him. He's shy and conservative, al-
ways weighing the question carefully before answering any
Baseball 113, Varsity 123 133.
ALLEN HAHN "Hal'my',
"Hahny" spends most of his evenings at the Guf Station on
Broad Street. Filling gas tanks, checking oil, or wiping wind-
shields, he has an ever present smile. He always seems to be
in a terrific rush to get out of school after 3: 30. Why, Allen?
Science Club 113 123 133g Town Hall 133.
GEARY GUM "Geary
Geary is quite famous for his jokes and for his temper
He also possesses a very unusual collection of stamps. The
rest of his spare time is spent in keeping up with the sports
Craft Club 113 123g Town Hall 123 1335 Science Club 123
Ethel appears to be quiet and reserved, but give her a
pair of skates, a nice stretch of ice, and she's off. Ethel is
the conservative type. She doesn't believe in exerting ener-
gy Where she doesn't have to.
Commercial Club C29 139.
DOROTHY GRAVER "DOF,
"Speak only when you are spoken to." This is the golden
rule by which Dorothy abides. Deep down in one corner of
the room, one can find Dorothy Working diligently, for she
never gives up without a struggle.
Commercial Club C23 437.
WALLACE GRAVER "Gra'ue1",
f'Graver" is busy studying at 7:00 a. m. every morning
because he believes in hard work and a moderate amount
of play. He gets his daily exercise, however, as he strolls
around the block at noon with a certain senior.
Track, varsity Q25 133g Science Club C23 433.
HERBERT GEORGE "HeTbie,'
This young gentleman is quite an enthusiastic commercial
student. He is fond of bookkeeping and takes a special in-
terest in calculating machines. His outside interest is cen-
tered chiefly around stamps and postal cards.
Track Cl5g Commercial Club C155 Athletic Council C15 C25
MAE GOGEL "Mae',
Mae's principal characteristics are her clear piping voice
and her small stature. At first impression she looks like a.
shy, silent girl, but after becoming acquainted, Mae talks
freely on subjects ranging from Hitler's recent conquest to
new styles in shoes.
That quiet commercial student with a pleasant smile is
none other than Mae. Her special interest centers on the
boys' sports. We wonder why?
Glee Club C15g Operetta C15g Commercial Club C153 Band
C15 C25, Secretary C359 Basketball C15 C25 C355 Baseball
C25 C353 Blue and White Standard Staff C25 C35g Comet
Staff, Typist C355 Orchestra C15 C25g Volley Ball C25.
WILLIAM HAHN K'Bill"
"Bi1l's" broad shoulders and strong physique have helped
ANNA HAHN "Bl0Tbdi9v
Anna's the girl her classmates rush to when they want to
comb, because her desk mirror is the envy of all the girls.
Her favorite pastimes are reading and sewing. Anna says
she'd like to be a nurse, but she'll probably change her mind
Science Club C31 .
our football team quite a bit. His pleasing personality and
loyal friendliness have made him a popular student, espe-
cially with the girls. He has displayed his beautiful tenor
voice in musical activities and spends a great part of his
spare time experimenting in the Lab. "Billl' expects to go to
Lehigh to study mechanical engineering.
Class Basketball C11 C215 Student Council C11, President
C31g Glee Club C11 C21 C315 Operetta C11, Major Part C21g
Music Festival, Soloist C31g A Cappella Choir C11 C21 C31g
Science Club C21, President C313 Football C11 C21, Varsity
C31g Class Assistant Secretary -Treasurer C21g Comet Staff,
Assistant Business Manager C31.
DORIS HALDEMAN "L0ut,'
Brown eyes, mousy voice, and a messy desk are charac-
teristic of Doris. She likes to go to the movies, roam through
the five-and-ten, and have her voice recorded. Perhaps some-
day she'll have time for the more serious side of life.
Blue and White Standard C11 C215 Volley Ball C31g Sci-
ence Club C31.
WILLIS HAPPEL "Willis"
Willis is our original genius. From cartoons to his hair-
rising murder-mysteries, he is sure to provide entertain-
ment. His dramatic ability was demonstrated in his por-
trayal of Davenport in the senior play. Then, too, he is Mr.
Knecht's right-hand man on the paper staff.
Blue and White Standard C15 C25, Co-Editor C355 Drama-
tic Club C15 C25 C355 Senior Play, Minor Part C355 Comet
Staff, Associate Editor C35.
C255 Operetta C25.
ALFRED HOFFMEISTER "Al"
A comedian and fatalist, "AP is really a good fellow to
know. Outside of school his time is spent playing his guitar
and chasing after females.
Blue and White Orchestra C15.
DOROTHY HECKMAN "Dorothy
"Yes, l've read that book." If one wants any information
concerning any book in the library, just go to Dorothy. Be
sides being a Wide reader, Dorothy does her best to keep
Newburg Well informed on all current events.
Commercial Club C15 C25 C355 Baseball C155 Glee Club
HAROLD HOUSER "Hauser"
Here's the boy from room 11 who likes to travel. Driving a
truck around the country is loads of fung at least, that's
"Houser'sl' opinion. The Detroit blizzard was very exciting,
Wasn't it, Harold?
ELENORA HUMMEL "Elen0'r"
This pleasant girl, fond of sports and dancing, hails from
New Jersey and thinks there is no place quite like it. She
has the reputation of being a good sport and a true friend.
Its said that there arenlt many solid problems that can stop
her. '4Elenor" has also been efficient on the business staff of
Hockey C25 C35g Volley Ball C25 C35g Basketball C35,
Captain C25, Baseball C253 Tennis C253 Blue and White
Standard C35g Comet Staff, Assistant Business Manager C35.
Class Basketball C15 C25 C35
F. ROBERT HUTH Bobby
This happy-go-lucky lad lS seldom seen without his Wad
of chewing gum. As half of the team of Hahn and Huth,
whose office is the Lab., he is usually participating in some
experiment. What would Nazareth High have done without
"Bobby, as its capable cheerleader? With such a personality
We feel sure "Bobby" will have no trouble in gaining many
friends at Perkiomen Prep, his future Alma Mater.
Cheerleader C15 C35, Head Cheerleader C255 Town Hall
C25 C35, Vice President C25, Comet Staff, Assistant Business
Manager C35g Blue and White Standard, Assistant Circula-
tion Manager C15, Circulation Manager C25g Science Club
C25 C355 Senior Play C35g Class Treasurer Cl5.
MARY KARCH "Ka'rchy"
Happiness is Mary's keynote in life. Someday in front of
a shop will be a sign reading thus: "Mademoiselle Karch,
Fashion Designer." Her ability in tennis is a challenge to the
boys, especially to Stanley.
Hockey C13 C23 C335 Volley Ball C13 C23 C335 Basketball
C13 C23 C335 Tennis C13 C23 C335 Baseball C13 C235 Com-
mercial Club C135 Blue and White Standard C23 C335 Student
Librarian C23 C33.
WALLACE KEEN "Keenie"
Small but mighty-that describes "Keenie". During the
football season his twirling baton was always on the front
lines. If you're interested in army, navy, or aviation cata-
logues, go to Wallace because he collects them.
Track C335 Band C13 C23 C335 Blue and White Orchestra
C335 Glee Club C335 Class Basketball C13.
J ERALINE KERN "Jerry,
One giggle, add a little noise, and the mixture spells "Jer-
ry", Dancing, music, or any other type of social life appeals
to t'Jerry". She is frequently seen at neighboring rinks,
gliding along to skating music.
Baseball C13 C23, Captain C335 Basketball C23 C335 Ten-
nis C23 C335 Volley Ball C13, Captain C23 C335 Commercial
Club C13 C235 Glee Club C13 C23 C335 Operetta C13 C235
Music Festival C335 A Cappella Choir C13 C23 C335 Drama-
tic Club C335 Comet StaH C33.
Tall of stature with a charming personality- that's Mae.
She is a diligent worker and hopes to become a stenographer
or a waitress. Her leisure time is spent attending movies.
Commercial Club C23 Q33.
EVA KILPATRICK "Eva"
Shyness is Eva's chief virtue. She attacks her work with
determination despite the fact that some of her subjects are
diincult for her. EVa's hobby is embroidering, while skating
is her chief sport.
Dramatic Club C13 Q23 1333 Commercial Club 133.
LOUISE KINDRED "Low:
This auburn-haired lass treks to school all the way from
East Lawn. Louisels pet ambition is to have a perfect mast-
ery of shorthand. If effort counts, she will become an expert.
Commercial Club C13g Dramatic Club C23 C335 Glee Club
C235 Comet Staff, Typist 133.
MAE KING "Mae,'
Day in and day out, Mae Works industriously at her les-
sons. In addition, she finds time to be a loyal girl scout
worker, Her pet hobby is reading. We Wonder Whose "chevy"
Mae used to drive to school.
Glee Club C13.
EDWARD KLUSKO "Eddy"
Football and baseball are "Eddy'sl' meat. As our baseball
captain and tackle on our football team, he has proved him-
self quite an asset. He has a t'cheerio" for everyone as he
strolls thru the halls, taking his daily exercise each fifteen
Football C13, Varsity C23 C33g Baseball C13, Varsity C23,
Captain C335 Science Club C135 Athletic Council, Vice Presi-
dent 23g Class Assistant Secretary -Treasurer C33.
HAROLD KNECHT "Bud,'
There goes "Bud" and that charming belle from our friendly
rival, Wilson, in her Buick. Wavy hair, twinkling blue eyes,
and "a giggle plus" describes this carefree lad. Although
"Bud" has been tennis champion for six years, this is not
his only accomplishment, for the class of '40 thanks "Bud"
for sinking the shot in the South Whitehall game that put
a basketball trophy in our trophy case.
Glee Club C13 C23 C335 A Cappella Choir C13 C23g Music
Festival C33g Operetta C13 C23, Baseball C13 C23, Basketball
C13, Varsity C23 C33g Tennis Champion C13 C23 C33.
A kind face beneath a slicked-down hair Wave spells
Donald. "Duck's" interests are certainly not in schoolg in fact,
if pay checks were given for mastered lessons, Duck would
MILDRED KNELLER "Sue"
'tYou can give me city life any day to this dull country
from Scranton, she
although she enjoys
life," is "Sue's" constant cry. Hailing
likes the noise and trafic of city life,
our small town high school very much. Sue expects to go to
college in the fall.
Comet Staff, Joke Editor C35g Glee Club C355 Student Li-
brarian C25 C355 Music Festival C355 Blue and White Stand-
ard C25g Senior Play, Costume Committee C35.
GLENDORA KOCH "K0chy',
Here's the other half of our inseparables. As dark as
"Schmity" is fair, they're alike in many Ways. Glendora
spends her time baking chocolate cakes instead of prepar-
ing her homework.
Glee Club C15 C25g A Cappella Choir C15 C25 g Commercial
Club C253 Basketball C15 C25 C353 Volley Ball C355 Baseball
C15 C25 C355 Hockey C15g Ooeretta C15 C25.
l-IOMER KOCH "Whitey,'
This tall, quiet, blonde fellow can often be found in the
manual training room. At home he has his own workshop
where he spends much of his time. "Whitey" can often be
found riding around on a motorcycle Cwhen it Works5. His
pet pastime, he tells us, is sleeping.
Class Basketball C15 C25 C35 S ience Club C25 C35.
WALTER KOPFER "K0zJfCf"
Small, but mighty-that's Walter. German class seems to
be "Kopfer's" Waterloo. Walter spends most of his time play-
ing basketball but, occasionally, he studies.
Giee Club C155 Operetta C15 s A Cappella Choir C1D3C1HSS
KENNLTH KRATZER c'KTQtZ6T,,
Kenneth, another one of our class clowns, is an energetic
commercial student. He likes sports, singing, and Writing.
His seemingly quiet appearance is another one of nature's
Football C25g Basketball C25, Track C25 C35g Tennis Tour-
nament C25g Commercial Club Cl5g Glee Club C15 C25 C353
A Cappella Choir C25 C35g Science Club C25 C35g Operetta
C15 C25g Music Festival C355 Class Basketball C15 C35g Com-
et Staff, Literary Editor C35g Gym Exhibition C15.
ANGELINE KROBOTH "Lindy"
"Lindy", a conscientious worker, is noted for her happy
chuckle and broad smile. Dancingis her hobby and she is
frequently seen gracefully gliding along with-Well that
would be telling.
Glee Club C13 C23g Operetta C13 C23g Basketball C13 C23g
Volley Ball C33g Band C13g Orchestra C133 Commercial Club
C13 C23 C33g Blue and White Standard C33g Comet Staff,
That Gladys is interested in art is evident by her receiv-
ing honorable mention in the art contest sponsored by Le-
high University. Besides being interested in art, this versa-
tile young lady plays the violin in our orchestra. Her outside
activities seem to be centered in a former graduate. How
about it, Gladys?
Glee Club C13 C335 Orchesta C13 C23 C33g Dramatic Club
C23g Volley Ball C13 C23 C333 Operetta C13g Music Festival
C33g Hockey C23 C33g Basketball C13 C23 C33g Baseball C13
C235 Comet StaE, Music Editor C33.
GERALD LAHR "Ge'rald',
Gerald can always be found chauffeuring a 'tgang" of boys
around in his car during the noon hour. He is a good student
but does much "cutting up" in class. Quite a flash on the
baseball diamond, he has been an asset to our team.
Science Club C23 C33g Baseball C23 C33.
JOHN LAKEY KJackU
This happy-go-lucky individual hails from Chapman. He
is our running, turning, twisting half4back Whose spectacular
playing has helped the team over many a rough spot. Jack
enjoys daylight saving time because he has more time to loaf.
Football, Varsity C23 C33g Track C13 C235 Commercial
ANNA LERCH "Annan
Her amiable, friendly smile and cheery countenance
brighten up many a dull moment. She and her girl friend,
Anna Hahn, can always be found together. Anna-this one-
is looking forward to becoming a neat and efficient nurse.
Dramatic Club C235 Basketball C13 C235 Band C23g Glee
Club C13 C335 Town Hall C33g Volley Ball C13 C23 C335
Baseball C13 C23 C33g Tennis C23.
ARTHUR LEVAN "LeVa'nU
Arthur, the boy with the Nazi haircut, is the midget of our
basketball team. Speed is his motto and he applies it to his
studies, to basketball, and to his Work.
Basketball C13 C23, Varsity C335 Glee Club C13 C23 C335
Operetta C13 C23, Music Festival C33g A Cappella Choir C23
C333 Student Council C23.
WILLIAM MACKEY "Willie'
We sometimes wonder. You see, we wonder whether a
team of braying horses could let out a bray as noisy as Wil-
liamls. Aside from having a highly developed laugh, Mackey
spends his leisure practicing to become a chef. Q
Glee Club C13 C235 A Cappella Choir C13 C235 Science
Club C135 Commercial Club C13 C23.
STEPHEN MAGDITCH "Shiek"
From what we gather, "Steve" gives those girls from
"Phoenix" quite a treat. We don't blame them, because Mag-
ditch is one of the well-dressed commercial boys. Stephen's
artistry not only lies in his clothes, for his "knack" in draw-
ing is evident during class periods when he indulges in his
Football C23 433, T1-ack C33.
MARION MCCRADY "Mad,
'tMac" is everybody's friend, an accomplishment equalled
only by a few. A grand sport and a No. l booster of Naz-
areth High, she always added the spark of pep to all the
sport activities in which she participated.
Basketball C13 C23 C335 Baseball C13 C23 C335 Operetta
C235 Glee Club C235 Commercial Club C135 Hockey C135 Vol-
ley Ball C13 C23 C33g Science Club C23.
MARY MENDOLA "Marten
Zoom! This is Mary dashing into room 25. As soon as she
enters, a group of voices greet her with-f'Mrs. Greiner wants
to see you," or "Miss Nicholas has work.for you." Zoom!
Mary exits. This is the daily biography of "busy Mary."
Hockey C15 C25 C355 Baseball C15 C25 C35, Basketball C25
C355 Gym Exhibition C15 C25 C35g Dramatic Club C155 Com-
mercial Club C15 C35.
Club C25 C35.
JOHN MILLER "Mille'rU
John's ambition is to become an engineer. With his math-
ematical ability, his pleasing personality, and his everlast-
ing craze for tinkering with useless things, he is bound to
reach his goal.
GEORGE MICHAEL "Michael
' If anyone wants to know anything about cars, see "M
chael." Much as he hates to part with his model "T", he
hopes to drive a new one soon. An out-of-town student, he
eats his lunch out town. What's the answer, George?
Commercial Club C25, Craft Club, Treasurer C255 Glee
PHYLLIS MITMAN "PMID
Bang! Watch that ball Hy! The batter's Phyllis. Not only
does "Phil" play the piano and violin, but she's very fond of
classical music and spends much time listening to the Metro-
politan Opera broadcasts.
Glee Club C353 Music Festival C35.
MILDRED MOYER "MillicH
And now, folks, We have Uperpetualn Mildred. Never
quiet, always busy or talking. Besides being business inan-
ager of this book, she displayed rare techniques in the sen-
ior play love scenes with Bobby Huth. But, alas, Nazareth
isnlt good enough, for she has to travel all the way over to
Bethlehem to get that sensation of a throbbing heart.
Class Assistant Secretary-Treasurer Cl5g Hockey C15 C25
C35g Volley Ball C15 C25g Basketball C15 C35, Captain C253
Baseball C15 C25, Science Club C25 C35g Dramatic Club C15
C255 Commercial Club C25 C353 Dramatic Club Play C155
Senior Class Play C355 Magazine Campaign, Manager C35g
Comet Staff, Business Manager C35.
LORRAINE MUSSELMAN "Rainie'
"Some think the world lS made for fun and frolic", but
' "Rainie" thinks it's made for reading. This dark-haired cher-
ub has an aversion to public speaking, but, despite this, her
sunny disposition will brighten many a gloomy corner in life.
Science Club C35 .
"Jeep" got the Wanderlust not long ago and left us in
order to see the world. His main interest is a certain girl
from the western side of town. Carefree as the breeze,
school never seems to bother Eugene very much.
Class Basketball C15 C25 C355 Science Club C35.
"Nick's" favorite indoor sport is teasing the person nearest
him. As his special "heart interest" hails from the 'tcity" of
Belfast, he spends much time on the corner of Belvidere and
Main streets, the Belfast bus stop.
Science Club C25 C35.
When Ruth's interest isn't side-tracked by attractions from
Wilson Borough or Lafayette College, she is a credit to the
class of '40, "Sister" can write an editorial while most of us
would be thinking about it. She is fond of active sports and
is a good dancer. We wonder Why Ruth prefers Buicks!
Glee Club C15 C25 C35g Operetta C15 C255 Music Festival
C353 A Cappella Choir C15 C25 C355 Dramatic Club C15 C253
Science Club C35g Blue and White Standard C 15, Associate
Editor C259 Comet Staff, Associate Editor C35g Hockey C15
C25 C35g Basketball C15 C25 C353 Volley Ball C15 C253 Base-
ball Manager C25g Athletic Council C25g Magazine Cam-
paign, Manager C353 Gym Exhibition C15 C25.
HENRY NICKEL f'Hank,'
Henry's that fellow rushing up the hall just as the 8:45
buzzer is ringing. He is famous for his studiousness, his quiet
manner, his sense of humor, his violin, and his ping-pong
Editor C33 .
VIOLA NOLL "Viola',
Chatter, chatter, chatter! That's Viola talking in a class-
room or in the hall. This buxom lass participates in so many
activities that she finds it difficult to meet all her obligations.
She is fond of dancing, singing, and reading. Not only is she
a jolly good sport, but she is always interested in boys
who sit near her in classes.
Glee Club C13 C23 C33g A Cappella Choir C13 C23 C333
Operetta C13 C233 Basketball C23 C33g Tennis C23 C333 Mag-
azine Campaign, Manager and Business Stai C13 C23g Cornet
Staff, Literary Editor C333 Senior Play, Business Staff C33g
Music Festival C333 Blue and White Orchestra C23g Library
Assistant C13 C23 C33.
Orchestra C13 C23 Vice President C33 Comet Staff Joke
MARGARET NORRIS "Margy"
Here's a promising future nurse who would cheer anyone
in the hospital or out. At sewing she's a whiz, at swimming
she's a mermaid, and at lessons she-is industrious.
Volley Ball C13 C235 Basketball C23g Dramatic Club C233
Glee Club C13 C233 Operetta C13 C23g Science Club C33.
CLINTON OTTINGER "Cli'nt'i
A cloud of dust! That's all you can see when 'tClint" drives
a car. He spends very little time on his homework, as is
evident by his recitations or lack of them. He does, however,
follow all our teams faithfully.
Science Club C293 Class Basketball C19 C29 C39.
CARMELA PETRAGLIA "PGV,
Giggle, giggle-Here comes "Pat". This dark-haired girl
with her Bashing smile has endeared herself to many. A con-
scientious student, she makes a practice of preparing her
Dramatic Club C29 C393 Comet Staff, Literary Editor C393
Volley Ball C293 Hockey C19 C295 Basketball C29 C39g Base-
ball C19g Blue and White Standard C19 C29 C393 Science
WILLIAM PAUKOVITZ "Bt
William is undoubtedly one of the outstanding class
dreamers, fond of sports and reading. He is an ardent advo
cate of a sleeping course for high schools. We Wonder Why'
Class Basketball C19 C29 C395 Science Club C29.
FRED PHILLIPS "Freddie"
Standing well over six feet, Fred can easily be distinguish-
ed from the rest of the class. Stamp collecting heads his list
of hobbies, although he also likes to match his wits against
Band 115 125, Town Hall 135.
HELEN PLOTTS "Helen"
Helen's favorite subject in high school is home economics.
She loves to cook and tells us her ambition is to be a good
wife for some lucky man. Although rather quiet in class,
Helen has a pleasing sense of humor when she chooses to
Glee Club 125.
MARION PLOTTS "Ma'r'Z0n,'
Marion spends most of her time on near-by roller-skating
rinks. Not only is she interested in skating, but she also par-
ticipates in hockey, basketball, and baseball. Her last per-
iod class seems to be her chief difficulty.
Hockey 115 125 135gVo1ley Ball 115 125 1355 Basketball
115 125, Captain 135, Baseball 115 135, Captain 1255 Glee
Club 115 125, Dramatic Club 115 125, Commercial Club 115,
Craft Club 135, Gym Exhibition 115 125 135.
ROBERT PLOTTS "B0b,'
"Bohn, a quiet individual, is full of fun when the right
occasion is at hand. A half back, who really had the stuff,
this lad certainly had his share of touchdown laurels. Inter-
est in Allentown is strong in this case. Perhaps it's the pic-
ture in his wallet. Who knows?
Football C15 f25, Varsity 435, Basketball 415, Baseball
C25, Class Basketball C25 135.
LOUIS POLANSKI . "Ludwik'i
Quiet and studious when he wants to be, that's "Ludwik."
He made a good showing in the weight events of the track
team. Louis is also a member of the Glee Club.
Class Basketball C15 C25 C355 Science Club C25 135, Track
Q25 135, Glee Club C35.
FRANKLIN REESE "Reesie"
A friendly smile and cheerie "Hiya" are characteristic
traits of Franklin. He is sure to travel far on the road of
life, even if it's in some old car.
Dramatic Club Q25 135, Craft Club C35, Publicity Man-
ager C25g Glee Club C15, Operetta, Minor Part 115, Blue and
White Standard, Business Staff 125, Editorial Staff C35.
CHARLES REIGEL "Che1ubv
A Hash, a cloud of dust, and hi ho Reigel! Yes, sir, on the
cinder path Charles tramps the mile with the ease and grace--
fulness of the great horse f'Silver". At a glance one would
think Charles to be shy, and so did we, until We found that
Charles began to make frequent trips to Bangor. What's so
enchanting about that place, Charles?
Class Treasurer 135, Class President 125, Class -Vice Presi-
dent 115, Commercial Club 125 135, Blue and White Stand-
ard, Typist 125, Track 125 135, Comet Staff, Typist 135,
Tennis Tournament 125 135.
FREDERICK REIMER "F'recldien
"Freddie" is the pride and joy of the A Cappella Choir, for
he possesses an outstanding bass voice that really is the envy
of many. We wonder what room 29 would do without him.
This chap is interested in sports and other activities and is
fond of visiting at Slatington. Freddie also did his bit to beat
the faculty in that bowling match. For further information
see Mr. Felton.
Glee Club 115 125 135, Operetta, Minor Part 115, Major
Part 125, Music Festival 135, Basketball 115, Varsity 125
135, A Cappella Choir 115 125 135, Band 115 125 135, Or-
chestra 115, Blue and White Orchestra 115 125 135, Ten-
nis Tournament 115 125 135, Gym Exhibition 115 125 135,
Senior Play, Major Part 135.
ROYAL REINERT "RC'l:'l'L67't,,
This young man, known as the senior prize nuisance, has
set the record for making more noise in less time than any
other student in high school. "Reinert" sleeps in every bit of
spare time that he can find.
Science Club 135, Class Basketball 115.
VELMA ROHN "Velma',
Quietness and efficiency are the best words to describe
Vel1na's prompting at senior play rehearsals. Her quietness
is not a sign of a lack of humor, however, for those who
know her well find her entertaining company.
Glee Club C13g Operetta C135 Science Club C23 C33g Blue
and White Standard C23, Circulation Manager C33g Hockey
C13 C23 C335 Baseball C13 C23 C33g Volley Ball C13 C235
Basketball Manager C23g Senior Play, Prompter C33.
A pleasant voice and a desire to help another are the out
standing qualities of Martha. This little lass hails from Heck
town and claims that it is a better place than Newburg be-
cause nicer boys live there.
Baseball C13 C235 Basketball C13 C23g Dramatic Club C13
Commercial Club C13 C23 C333 Glee Club C13 C23g Operetta
C13 C23gVolley Ball C13 C23 C33.
JOHN ROMANYZYN "Shad0w',
All through the baseball season, John has worked dili-
gently as baseball manager. He also has found time to read
extensively and, as a result, he will put up an intelligent ar-
gument at the slightest misuse of words or terms.
Baseball, Assistant Manager C23, Student Manager C335
Athletic Council C33.
Where there's you, there's me-that's Betty and Mary .
Jane. Besides being well chaperoned by her younger sister,
Betty specializes in collecting beautiful post cards. Anyone
interested in lovely scenes, see Betty.
Basketball C25 g Volley Ball C2Dg Baseball C235 Hockey Cljg
Commercial Club C2Jg Band Clj.
GEORGE SAN DT "Shorty"
ftShorty" is a great talker. His arguments could battle
down the greatest orators, if contents werentt an essential
factor. His spare time is spent swimming, reading, or whist-
ling C and not after dogsj.
Science Club C23 C3Jg Track C25 C3J.
JEANNE SEARLES , ffJeam1efi
Jeanne is the girl With many talents. Her most important
achievements have been Editor-in-Chief of the Cornet, prize
Winner in an art contest sponsored by Lehigh University, and
a competent member of the band for three years. Quite a
cut-up in French class, Jeanne can also "cut the rug" or jit-
terbug, much to the delight of her many friends.
Band C11 C25 C3Jg Orchestra C13 C3Jg Blue and White
Standard, Associate Editor C21 C3Jg Senior Play, Major Part
C335 Comet Staff, Editor-in-Chief C3Jg Science Club C3D.
GEORGE SEIFERT "Seifert'
George has a wild craving for mischief and is always play-
ing pranks on some one. He frequently visits room 33 after
school. If he would work as hard as he plays, George would
always be on the honor roll.
Glee Club 113, Science Club 123 133, Craft Club 123.
Robert to help cheer them on?
RUSSELL SILFIES "Russell"
Do you want to know about tools? Well, then, go to Russ-
ell. Although shy and quiet, he greets every one with a
Science Club 123 133.
ROBERT SEIGFRIED "Siggie
Meet the manager of the band. "Siggie',, tall and lanky
also "slaps" the bass Viol in the orchestra. At present his in
terest centers on a certain senior on Center Street. Well, we
like her, too, Bob. What would our teams have done without
Band 113 123, Manager 133, Orchestra 113 123 133, Blue
and White Orchestra 113 123 133, Track 113, Cornet Staff
Music Editor 133, Science Club 113 123 133.
ANNE SIMMONS "Gertrude"
Each school has its unusual students, and ours is not an
exception. This extreme personality does not hesitate to ex-
press her opinions of things. On the athletic field and on the
basketball court, her playing is always superior.
Volley Ball 113 123 133g Commercial Club 113g Blue and
White Standard, Associate Editor 1335 Basketball 113 123,
Captain 1335 Hockey 113 123 133, Baseball 113 123 133,
ANNA SMITH "Schmity"
t'Schmity" and Glendora are inseparables. Anna is one of
those persons who studies although she docsn't like school.
She attends all school functions, for 'fSchmity" goes in for
dancing in a big Way.
Glee Club 113 1233 A Cappella Choir 113 1235 Commercial
Club 1239 Basketball 113 123 133g Volley Ball 133, Baseball
113 123 133g Hockey 1133 Operetta 113 123.
VELMA SMITH "Velma"
Behold-an artist! And a good one. The school benefited
by Velma's artistic Work for plays, parties, and the prom.
She has Visions of becoming a commercial artist. Velmais
favorite sports are archery and tennis.
Commercial Club 113 133, Vice President 1235 Class Sec-
retary 123, Student Council 133.
VERNA STEINMETZ "Verna"
Verna hails from the metropolis of Wilson Borough. She
is fond of sports, boy friends, and talking in fifteen minute
periods. We hope her ambition, which is to become a house-
wife, will some day become a reality.
Hockey C15 C25 C355 Volley Ball C15 C25g Basketball C15
C25 C355 Baseball C15 C25 C35g Tennis C253 Commercial
Club C35g Science Club C35.
EDNA STEVENSON "Ednf1H
ANDREW STERLACHINI "Pip"
Andrew's persuasive oratory is frequently heard booming
through the halls of N. H. S. Besides these qualities, 'tPip,'
is an athlete of no mean ability. As our second semester class
president, Andrew has also proved himself a leader.
Track C15 C25 C35g Basketball C25g Class Basketball C15
C355 Town Hall C355 Cheerleader C35g Oratorical Contest C35g
Science Club C35g Class President C35g Glee Club C15 C255
Student Council C35g Operetta C15 C25.
Edna s heart was carried away by one of last year's grad-
uates. Nevertheless, she still takes an interest in dancing and
reading and has participated in many class projects. Her
dainty appearance and pleasing personality will make her
an asset to the future fame of the class of '40.
Student Council C255 Glee Club C153 Science Club C25 C355
Dramatic Club C25 C35g Assistant Librarian C15 C25 C353
Class Secretary C35g Operetta C15.
Basketball C13, varsity C235 Class Basketball C33g Track
GORDON STOFFLET "Reds"
Happy-go-lucky, talkative, red haired, with flashy cloth-
ing-these are Gordon's distinguishing characteristics. This
chap's ability to bluff comes in quite handy, for he doesn't
care to study. He spends much time at the roller skating
rink and is a soda jerker when Fairmont's need help.
C13g Town Hall C33
JOSEPHINE STOHL 'fJo',
Rather quiet and shy in the beginning of her high school
career, "Jo" has now blossomed into one of '40ls most popu-
lar girls. Dancing or Hjitterbuggingn is uright down her al-
leyv, and so is her liking for Bethlehem. ls it the massive
Bethlehem Steel Industry that holds the spotlight? ? ?
Dramatic Club C23 C333 Science Club C23 C333 Comet
Staff, Photography Editor C333 Blue and White Standard,
Club Editor C33g Baseball C33g Senior Play Committee C33.
JOHN STROHMEYER Strohmeyer
Besides being a hunter trapper and fisherman John has
proven himself to be also a magician. At least, his "great
catches" always seem to disappear before he reaches home.
Blue and White Standard C23, Co-Editor C33g Class Bas-
ketball Cl3 C23 C33g Dramatic Club C23 C333 Senior Play
C33g Magazine Campaign, Assistant Manager C335 Comet
KENNETH STRUN K "H itle1"'
In problems class, homeroom, and on the street, Kenneth
is consistently stressing Hitler's good points, despite the fact
that everyone else is doing otherwise. Kenneth claims he has
developed high pressure technique in delivering newspapers
Craft Club C155 Commercial Club C13 123g Class Basketball
VELMA SURCH "VeZ'ma?'
Greta Garbo doesn't have a thing on Velma. This little
girl could mope the great Garbo right out of Hollywood. But
behind her far away' look lies a kind heart and the ambi-
tion to be an air hostess.
Glee Club 625: Operetta C235 Volley Ball Qlbg Baseball
RAY TEEL "Teelie,'
Ray, that tall and lanky young fellow has a very unus-
ual outside activity-raising chickens. His curly hair and
pleasing personality have already added names to his long
list of friends.
Class Basketball CD C25 C3Dg Basketball C13 123.
Cllg Town Hall CD.
t'I'll see you at 3:30 for a session of Work." This sounds
as if it might apply to "TWogunl,, as he's a great favorite with
his teachers after 3:30. He gets out of trouble, however, as
quickly as he gets into it.
Science Club f3D.
GRACE TODORA "G'raceD
Grace, the girl with the shy smile, possesses a fine per-
sonality. Although she dislikes school work, she likes to dance
and hopes to be a very good dancer some day.
Commercial Club C19 C25 139, Glee Club Qlyg Operetta
VIVIAN von STEUBEN "Viv11a71?,
Many classmates and friends are greeted with a bright,
cheery "hello" by this girl who possesses a distinctively
pleasing personality. Singing is Vivian's first loveg and a
good job she does of it, too, for many an operetta has had this
smart young miss as its leading lady.
Glee Club C13 C23 135, Operetta, Minor CID, Major 1253
Music Festival CSDQ A Cappella Choir CU Q21 QSJQ Commer-
cial Club Cljg Dramatic Club 1235 Senior Class Play 1393
Student Council 113.
GRACE WAGNER "Gracie"
Small and petite with a sparkling personality and a hum-
orous outlook on life-thatls "Gracie". She has shown her
fondness for sports by participating in all of them.
Hockey 115 125 1354 Volley Ball 125 1355 Basketball 125.
Captain 135g Baseball 125, Captain 115 1355 Gym Exhibi-
tion 115 135g Glee Club 115 125 135g Dramatic Club 115
1255 Commercial Club 115, Vice President 1355 A Cappella
Choir 115 125 1355 Operetta 115 125g Music Festival 135g
Class Vice President 115.
ARTHUR WALTERS "A'rt'
Beep! Beep! Here comes "Art" in his Dodge with a "gang"
of boys. "Art", a well-dressed, Well-mannered lad with
blond hair, spends much time working on his father's farm.
He doesn't like to study and doesn't care much about school.
Despite his happy-go-lucky disposition, he is really capable
of getting down to serious business.
Science Club 125 135.
EVELYN WEISS "Evelyn"
Although she spends much time collecting material for her
scrapbook, she is always prepared in all her classes. Every-
body likes Evelyn because she's never too busy to help a
Dramatic Club 1355 Science Club 135.
ELMER WELTY "Weltyf'
Elmer is a good-natured, humorous, and easy going chap.
A good student and a true sport fan, Welty is always on hand
at all the games.
ROBERT VV ELTY "Bohn
This quiet, serious lad hails from the direction of Cherry
Hill. "Bob" takes school seriously and is very studious. As
his chief aim is to be a good plumber, Cherry Hill won't have
any more leaking pipes.
Glee Club fly C255 Craft Club QD.
ELIZABETH WERKHEISER 'Bettyv
This Stockertown maiden, we're told, is quite adapt in that
ever-popular sport of roller-skating. Possessing a quality
described as "chic", Betty has a dash for wearing clothes
which seem to be just her style.
Baseball C11 C255 Basketball flj C25 C353 Volley Ball CD
123g Hockey CU Q23 133g Dramatic Club C15 429.
GLADYS WERKHEISER "GladysU
Travel, see strange things, do strange things-that's in
Glady's blood. But she's also a very good housekeeper and
even finds time to participate in the Oratorical Contest and
Glee Club C13 C23 C335 Operetta C13 C235 Dramatic
Club C335 Oratorical Contest C335 Music Festival C33.
EARL WILKIN "Ea-rl"
Nazareth High's tallest. In fact 73 inches of fact and fan-
tasy. Backed by a substantial quantity of reading material,
Earl can certainly hold his own in any class, especially P. D.
Here's hoping that Perkiomen Prep provides an attentive au-
dience for all arguments in future social studies classes.
Glee Club C135 Operetta C135 Blue and White Standard C13
C235 Athletic Council C335 Band C135 Town Hall, President
C23 C335 Assistant Librarian C13 C235 Tennis Tournament
C13 C23 C335 Class Basketball C135 Oratorical Contest C13
NELLIE WIMMER "N ellie"
"May I help you?" is Nellie's chant in Murphy's 5 and 10
cent store. A fine personality, ability, and Willingness to
work have earned her a job as clerk.
Basketball C23 C33, Captain C135 Volley Ball C13 C23 C335
Baseball C135 Glee Club C135 Commercial Club C13 C23 C335
LOUIS WOLFE "L0uie'i
Meet the drummer man in the band. This half of the team
of Nickel and Wolfe makes model airplanes. From all re-
ports, they are very good OIICS, too. "Louie,', also a vocalist,
is a member of the A Cappella Choir and the Glee Club.
Band C25, Assistant Manager C353 Orchestra C35g Science
Club C25 C35g Glee Club C15 C25 C355 A Cappella Choir C25
STANLEY WOODRING ifBo0pi'
Meet Dr. Hagget, the efficient doctor of i'The Late Christo-
pher Bean". "Stan" is a good-natured fellow with a deep
bass voice which he has capably exhibited in our operettas.
He spends much time helping his father deliver milk, and
it looks as if he will follows his father's Work.
Senior Class Play C353 A Cappella Choir C25 C35g Glee
Club C15 C25 C355 Gperetta C15, Major Part C25g Music Fes-
tival C355 Commercial Club C25 C35g Tennis Tournament C25
LILLIAN WOOLBERT "Lilly"
Because "Lilly's" Hrst love is roller skating, she spends
all of her spare time at skating rinks. She is always cheer-
ful and can usually be found with her pal, "Betty". Believe
it or not, but Lillian's ambition is to become an undertaker.
Cheerful vocation, isn't it?
Commercial Club Cl5g Glee Club C255 Operetta C25g Dra-
matic Club C25g Science Club C355 Craft Club C355 Baseball
C15 C25 C35g Basketball C25 C35g Volley Ball C25, Captain
C35g Hockey C25 C35.
FRANCIS WUNDERLY "Be'nce',
Tall, lanky, wavy haired! That spells "Bence". Francis
takes a great interest in sports-basketball, track, and foot-
ball. His one big interest, however, is a small girl from La-
fona. We think he doesn't like school work, for he invariably
tries to sleep in class.
Track Q15 425 435, Basketbaii 119, Varsity q2p 139, Foot-
ball qzp, Varsity 439.
CARL ZEINER "Carly
Carl is one of the more active "word slingersn of the class.
He is very interested in aviation, cars, and girls. He already
has reached the goal as a friend and a gas station attendant.
Student Council fljg Class Treasurer C233 Class Basket-
ball C15 C25 137.
JOHN YOST ffchicken
John, known to his friends as "Chicken", is one of our
N. H. S. gum fiends. To him speech is silver, but silence is
KATHRYN ZGOBA "Kate,'
Why the laughter down the hall? That's probably Kate
laughing at a joke on herself. Although she is able to hold
her own in any sport, roller skating is her favorite.
Hockey C35, Captain C155 Volley Ball C35, Captain Cl5g
Basketball 135g Baseball 135, Captain 115g Commercial Club
125g Comet StaH, Typist f15.
FRANK KARLOWITCH uF'l'tl'l'Lk,,
Frank can be a good student if he Wants to work. Although
he doesn't take part in any school activity, he enjoys hunt-
IGNATZ KLEPEIS Hlggiei,
"Iggie", one of the class clowns, will be found wherever
mischief is going on. He is quite fond of German, hiking, and
fishing. His ambition is to become a baker, and we hope he
gets an opportunity to be "in the dough".
CHESTER WUNDERLY "Cheste'rv
t'Ches", tall and dark, is another one of N, H. S.'s musici-
ans. Besides playing bass horn in the band, he is an accom-
plished french horn player. He has been an asset to the
track team, too. Those long legs certainly were a help in the
high and broad jumps.
Track up 123 qspg Band 419 139.
Three Chemistry Musketeers
The first young man was Bobby Huth
Who worked in laboratory sinksg
At breaking bottles, beakers, and tubes
He surely was the jinx.
The other lad was William Hahn
Whose noon hour was occupied
The lab would be his dining room
While others dined outside.
And last, but not least, is Bud Knecht
Who never learned chemistry enough
He wished that he knew what William knew,
So he would never have to bluff.
The Class Prophecy
T was great news when we heard that Harold Knecht, head gardener at Fischer's
Nurseries, had discovered some strange weed growing in one of the rows. As he
was about to pull it out, he noticed a shiny white crystal on the end. The next day,
the plant was twice its size and the crystal was slowly growing into a magnifying
About a week later, the little weed had grown into an enormous tree, which we
could see all the way from Nazareth.
Our greatest surprise came when we learned that Harold, the nosey guy, had
climbed the enormous plant and had peered into the telescope. Turning it towards
Moorestown, he focused it upon Anna I-Iahn's home. Instead of finding her studying
English, he found her rocking a baby crib with a cute little boy in it. Could it be that
this magic crystal was a "futuroscope"? He had often heard that Don Detweiler
wanted to be a manual training teacher like his dad. Therefore he focused the lens
upon Wilson High School, which wasn't Very far away. There was Don, helping a
young student make a wooden fruit bowl!
Immmediately Harold called us up and told us the startling news. In a Hash we
rushed down to the nurseries with pencil and paper to find out what our classmates
would be doing in the future. And what surprises awaited us!
Ignatz Klepeis' name came to my mind Hrst. Quickly I flashed the "futuroscope"
towards Bath. There stood the Klepeis Bakery Shop. "Iggie" was inside making cup-
cakes while his chief assistant, Harold Houser, was icing them. At that moment Char-
les Betz entered with a satchel. He was selling mouse traps and egg beaters. After Mr.
Betz had been politely removed by the manager, Walter Kopfer, I turned the magic lens
towards the Penn-Dixie Cement Plant. There I found Alfred HoEmeister as head man-
Turning the lens from side to side, we soon learned the .future positions of all our
Lorraine Frey was the wife of a famous Wilson Borough doctor.
Donald Edelman was the head of the U. S. Army Air Corps.
Henry Byrnes was the Pen Argyl High School physical education instructor.
In New York, I saw Vivian von Steuben's name in bright lights before the new
Metropolitan Opera Casino.
Alice Beck was seen finishing a beautiful cover design for the September issue of
At Roosevelt Field, Geary Gum was just landing the new "Sky Demon" which he
tested to fly sixty miles per minute.
Anna Bajan's Trojans had won the play off game for the United States Cham-
pionship Girls' Football Team.
Mr. and Mrs. John Byrnes were happily settled in their East Orange summer resort.
Fred Phillips was the president of the Nazareth Third National Bank and Trust
At Hecktown, the coronation of their first female mayor, Miss Martha Roth, was
Out in Hollywood I found Warren Uhler on the "Seven-Gun Samson" set. Mr. Uh-
ler was playing the title role opposite the charming new child star, Miss Fluffy Twiddle.
John Yost was an officer on the large American battleship, the U. S. S. Nazareth.
Grace Todora and Kathryn Zgoba were successful typists on the New York Her-
At Allentown High School, I found Frank Karlowitch as the head of the Eng-
lish department. '
Marion McCrady was head nurse of the new Moorestown Hospital.
In Bethlehem, I saw Elizabeth Becker and her husband as proprietors of a little
corner candy store.
Robert Welty's plumbing shop was standing on Belvidere Street, Nazareth, next to
"Jon Stohl's dentist ohiice.
Carl Zeiner's service station was situated along the Nazareth-Easton Highway.
I found John Strohmeyer as editor of the New York Times.
Anna Smith and her husband, Elton, had just returned from a pleasure trip to
Velma Rohn was the Eastern Girl Scout Commissioner.
Jeanne Searles had recently been awarded the commercial art medal for her sen-
sational new Limburger Cheese box design.
Velma Surch had just graduated from the Los Angeles School for Hostesses.
At Easton High School, Evelyn Weiss was found to be the newly chosen language
It was announced recently that Earl Wilken, the present Pennsylvania senator,
had becn mentioned as a successful presidential candidate.
Homer Koch had just opened his new Easton butcher shop.
At Madison Square Garden, Edward Klusko was announced as the new world's
champion wrestler. His manager, Royal Reinert, was very much pleased with his
I saw that Robert Huth had been advanced to the position of head salesman by the
Spearmint Chewing Gum Company.
,Geraldine Ackerman was a Bell telephone operator.
Allen Flory was a forest ranger.
I found William Hahn as the engineer of the nrst Trans-Atlantic cable bridge.
Bernice Arndt was the wife of a prominent fish merchant.
Her sister Valeria was pianist with Benny Goodman's orchestra.
William Bitz was the gardner on a large New England estate.
Kenneth Dech was football coach at Belfast High School.
With the Yanks, I found our own Gerald Lahr.
Gladys Kromer's famous painting, "The Storm", was placed in the Metropolitan
Art Museum of New York.
Donald George was with the navy in Jamaica.
The famous "Dresse Shoppe" of Miss Arlene Deitrich was moved from High Street
to Main Street, Nazareth.
Anne Simmons was a house-to-house finger-nail polish saleswoman.
Clara Barrall was happily married to "Joe" and lived in a little Pocono cottage.
Angeline Carlo was a switchboard operator of the Grand Hotel radio series.
Lela Buss was the owner of a little Hecktown coHee shop.
Miss Dorothy Fulmer had recently opened her beauty parlor in Plainfield.
Herbert George was a famous South California track star.
A chef in the swanky Phila. Ritz Hotel was the one and only William Mackey.
Mary Mendola was the wife of a Boston Shoemaker.
One of the leading scientific farmers of our country was George Michael.
Angeline Kroboth was the head hairdresser in Miss Fulmer's beauty parlor.
The former head nurse of the Allentown Hospital, Ruth Neumeyer, was now the
wife of a well known child specialist.
Henry Nickel was violin soloist on the Firestone Music Lovers' broadcast.
Robert Siegfried was a famous Carolina Chemical engineer.
Lillian Woolbert was a famous Wind Gap undertaker.
Kenneth Strunk was a captain in the United States Army.
Francis Wunderly was a great South American basketball star.
The Woodring Mills Company of Phillipsburg recently opened a new milk plant
in the old home town of the owner, Mr. Stanley Woodring.
Velma Smith was a famous Chicago commercial artist.
Willis Happel's latest short story was published in the American Magazine.
Viola Noll was the wife of a local bank clerk.
Charles Reigel and Chester Wunderly were entered in the Olympic track meet in
Elizabeth Schmidt was Mr. Ditherts secretary in the latest "Blondie" movie.
In the latest Radio Guide star poll, Frederick Reimer was voted the best radio
singer of classical music.
Kenneth Kratzer was in the chorus of Miss von Steuben's latest opera, "Tan
Lewis Wolfe was a famous army airplane designer.
The new Nazareth High School English teacher was Edna Stevenson.
For a number of years Verna Steinmetz has held the position of World's Cham-
pion Roller Skater.
Gladys Werkheiser was the superintendent of a famous Alaskan orphans' home.
In the sports world I found Andrew Sterlachini and Edward Fry as famous Ohio
Wallace Crraver was the manager of the Allentown-Bethlehem airport.
Kathryn Flick recently received the appointment of Northampton High School
Home Economics teacher.
With a famous Bangor all-girl band, Mildred Beatty was the guitar player.
Rae Beisel and Doris Clauser were recently appointed by the government as public
nurses in the Philippine Islands.
In the Ringling Brothers, circus, I found Earl Buss as the side show midget and
Ray Teel as the giant.
"Bing" Frey was a well-known Broadway mortitian with John Erdie as his part-
Hilda Colver was Clark Gable's private secretary.
I found Wallace Keen as a drum major of the Notre Dame band.
Mary Karch was fashion designer for Hedy Lamarr's latest picture.
Franklin Reese was the manager of Frances Cumberland's scientific chicken farm.
Mae Kimminour was Stofflet's wife.
John Groller was Detroit Tigers first baseman.
In the Nazareth Waist Mill, now owned by Russel Frantz, Allen Hahn was the
head shipping clerk.
Brooks Doyle was the 440 National A. A. U. Champ.
Ruth Clewell and Helen Cortez were typists on the Time magazine staff.
After holding many successful positions, Sylvia Davis was appointed head book-
keeper of the Pittsburgh Steel Corporation.
In the famous Florida Flower Band, Mae Ginther was clarinetist.
Doris Haldeman was story illustrator for Colliers.
Elenora Hummel was happily married and lived on a western Pennsylvania estate.
The Nazareth school nurse was Mrs. George, the former Marjorie Chapman.
Mildred Moyer was the efficient private secretary of Eugene Grace.
Stanley Franczak was the manager of the Maroons.
With the Easton airport, Gordon Stofllet was a welder.
Russell Silfies and Arthur LeVan were co-pilots of their newly invented sky-
rocket, "The Firebug".
Ethel Graver was re-elected as mayor of Chapman .
Marianna Francipane and Mickey Cooper were a famous pair of Hollywood stars.
Four classmates, Lorraine Musselman, Margaret Norris, Phyllis Mitman, and Anna
Lerch, were nurses in a South Carolina state hospital.
In New York, Carmela Petraglia was the happy wife of a prominent district at-
Mildred Kneller and Robert Plotts were teachers in a San Francisco high school.
She taught Home Economics and he was Physical Education instructor and football
On a small potato farm in Edelmans, I found Mr. and Mrs. John Miller.
Clinton Ottinger was a mechanic in the Hahn Chevrolet Garage.
The Nazareth Fuller Brush man was Nevin Nicholas.
Nellie Wimmer's interior decorating shop was located on a busy Los Angeles
Elizabeth Werkheiser was "Bobby's" wife.
Elmer Welty's job was to pull the Pittsburgh Pirates out of the cellar.
Grace Wagner was found to be a famous Pittsburgh beauty culturist.
The girls' physical education instructor of N. H. S. was Marion Plotts.
Helen Plotts was the Wife of an Indiana grocer.
The Nazareth post master was Donald Koch. Dorothy Heckman was his secretary.
Eva Kilpatrick and Dorothy Graver were secretaries in the Lone Star Cement
At the Penn-Allen Airport Albert Buralli was the flying instructor with William
Paukowitz as his assistant.
Mary Edwards was company nurse with a Wilkes Barre coal company. The book-
keeper of this company was Mae Gogel.
In the Frack'and Leh garage, I found Mae King as the stenographer and George
Seifert as head mechanic. '
Eugene Nagle and George Sandt both held important army positions in Maryland.
In the office of the local Hosiery Mill both Louise Kindred and John Lakey were
working. Louise was the boss's "stenog" and John was the accountant.
Stephen Magditch held the position of cartoonist on the Philadelphia Record stai.
In North Borneo, Mr. and Mrs. John Romanyzyn were continuing their research
Louis Polanski was a great end with the Notre Dame football team.
Arthur Walters was the husband of a wealthy young New York socialite.
Jeraline Kern was a newspaper reporter on the Philadelphia Inquirer.
At Temple University, Betty Ackerman was head cheerleader.
After I had looked for all my classmates and we had written down the results, we
slid down the giant plant. The minute we reached the bottom the plant began to shrink.
In a few minutes it was only a little weed again.
First row: FISHER, HAUENBUCH, EDELMAN, BLAKE, BOERSTLER, HARTLEY, BELSO, FRISCH
E. ENGLER, DUSINSKI, ECKERT, HAPTLE, MISS OAKES.
Second row: R, ENGLER, FRATTALI, GRADNYOHL, BUYER, ARNOLD, HAl'l"I', GROLLER, BUCCHI
FERRARO, GLOSS, BRODY, CLUVER, FREE, FOCHT.
Third row: DEUTSCH, BECK, HAINES, HECKMAN. G. ENGLER, DEUTSCH, GOGEI., BREINIG
HECKMAN, BATT, GODSHALK. IJEILY.
Fourth row: BTTZ, BUSS. HAI-IN, EIJELMAN, BI-ITZ. DRAGOSITS, ARNOLD, FEHNEL, XY. BREID
INGER, R. BREIIJTNGER.
Junior Class Officers
President ......... .......,.. ,,... H e rbert Rafetto
Vice President ..,.. ....,.,. B etty Roth
Secretary ,.... ,.,..,. ,... I s abelle Lahr
Treasurer ,.,,.......,.......,..,..,.,....,.,., ...... W illiarn Breidinger
Ass,t. Secretary and Treasurer ..,. ..... B ertha Focht
Historian .,...........,..,..,.., .... J ean Boerstler
Boy Student Council ......,. Chester Teel
Girl Student Council ..., .... B arbara Neuner
First row: HOUSER, D. KRATZER, MEIXSELL, KABOLY, MORGAN, MOORE, KARCH, LERCH,
MOCHA, HESS, MONDSCHEIN, PERNA, NICKLES,
Second row: PETERS, NAGEL, KOPACH, KELLUVV, KNECHT, METZ, MEYER, KOVVALCZK,
MILHEIM, V. KRATZER, LAHR.
Third row: KECK, KUNKEL, NEIGH, KERN, KIENZLE, MOLL, HOCH, H. MITMAN, E. MITMAN,
LINDENMOYER, NACE, B. MARSH, MLODOSSICH.
Fourth row: HITCHENS, MANN, JANDROSITZ, MERTZ, KELCHNER, E. MARSH, HOCKER,
KAVCAK, KROMER, MIKOVITZ.
President .......,. ...........,...,....., ...,........,,,..... . , ., Doris Hoch
Vice President .... .,., C harles Deily
Secretary ..... .,,.. P auline Karch
Treasurer , ..,.. ..,..,..........,...,..,.,..... ...... R a ndolph Trach
Assit. Secretary and Treasurer .,., ...,. E Iizabeth Tansoch
' ' ..... Jean Boerstler
H istorian .....,.,....,......... .
Boy Student Council ....., ,.... J oseph Jandrositz
Girl Student Council .... ,..,... P hyllis Young
First row: TEEL, TAYLOR, VVERNER, SMITH, VVEIANT, SENEDIAK, RAMPULLA, XYALKER
STEINMETZ, VVALTERS, STARR, NNERKEISER.
Second row: ROHN, RAFETTO, UHLER, YOUNG, RUTH, ROTH, ROCCO, RISSMILLER, TANSOCK
SERFASS, H. SMITH.
Third row: STEED, ROTZELL, RINEHART, RUTT, YOGEL, STARNER, SHIMER, SOFFERA
TARNOK, VVUKOVITZ, TEEL.
Fourth row: TRACH, YEAKIEL, VOGEL, SEIGFRIED, WILLIAMS, ROMANISHAN, SCHRAMM
SCHAEFFER, SHUPP, UNGER.
Class Colors-Crimson and White
Motto-Love all, trust a few, do Wrong to none.
First row: BENNINGER, DERR, FRANCIPANE, DROSNOCK, FERRARO, DIDOVITZ, CARLO,
DETVVILER, BECK, EBERLY, CHRISTOPHER, MISS LONG.
Second row: DRAGOSITZ, DeCARLO, DANIELE, FEHR, BAMFORD, BOWERS, BEAL, ARNOLD,
DRAUCH, DOROZOVVSKI, CHECK, BENNETT, FETHEROLF.
Third row: DELONG, BETZ, VV. BAVER, M. BAUER, FRANCZAK, DLUGOS, DeWALT, ESCHEN-
FELDER, BERGER, BENDL, DEIHL, DRUMM,
Fourth row: ENGLER, DILCHERD, ALLEN, CHRISTMAN, FIFIELD, BITZ, ALBERT, FRANTZ,
FLOREY, BEISEL, CONDOMITTI, BEERS.
President ..., Allen Winter
Vice President .,... .... J ames Diehl
Secretary ,..,...,. ..,..... F rank Huryn
Treasurer .............,..,,...,...,,....,,..,., ..,,., R alph Rissmiller
Ass't. Secretary and T'rea.surer ..,......,...,.... Franklin Hahn
Student Council ..,.,. Walter Hagenbuch, Virginia Drauch
Historian .... ...... . ., Tony Merlo
First row: KERN, GOWER, KLEINTOP, HERD, KLEPPINGER, KLICK, JURASITZ, HEIDENWOLF
HERBST, KEEN, D. HECKMAN, KELCHNER, L. JOHNSON, KILPATRICK.
Second row: IURASITZ, ISVVORSKI, HAVVK, HEFFELFINGER, HELLER, EDVVARIJS, J. HECKMAX
E. HAHN, GOSTONY, KEMMERER, HOUCK, KAUFFMAN, M. HELLER, T. HAHN, HERTZOG
Third row: JANDROSIVITZ, HUBER, HAR1'zE1.L, INGHOFF, KLEINTOP, A. KALE, GOLD, G
KALE, HAGENBUCH, KOHLER, F. HAHN, HINKEL, R. JOHNSON.
Fourth row: KACHLINE, JONES, HEINTZMAN, HOCH, HURYN, HENNING, GOOIJHARDT, G
KAHLER, G. KAHLER, KEPPEL.
President .....,... .... L ester Walters
Vice President ...., John Hoch
Secretary ,..,..,,.. .... M arie Klick
Treasurer .,,,...,.,,.... .... .... .......... .,.. R a y C hristman
Ass't. Secretary and Treasurer ..... .,........ J ames Fetheroff
Student Council . .,............. Eugene LeVan, Betty Kreidler
Historian .... ,.,.. .... T o ny Merlo
First row: POLANSKI, KAHLER, MABUS, RASII, REAGEN, OPLINGER, NEVVHART, MAGIJITCH,
KRAEMER, KOCH, MILLER, KREIDLER, KLUMP.
Second row: MARTINI, MILKOVITZ, KREIDLER, KROBOTH, MITCHELL, NAGEL, KUNKEL,
MACKEY, MCCONNELL, KRATZER, METZ. NAGEL,
Third row: REITER, REAGEN, MORRIS, NICHOLSON, RAMPULLA, MILKOVITZ, MORRIS,
NEWTON, PARENTI, KOCHER, REPSHER.
Fourth row: MERLO, KOEHLER, PORT, PLEISS, NAC-LE, MUSCHLER, LeVAN, MEIXELL, PAPA,
Class Motto-"Union of hearts, union of hands, and Nazareth High forever."
Class Colors-Green and White
First row: TEEL, ROSKO, SEIFERT, SCI-IOENEBERGER, SNYDER, SMITH, I.. ROTH, SCHMIDT,
P. RUTH, VARGO, SCHLEGEL, SCHLEICHER.
Second row: SAPONE, R. ZEINER, VYERKIIEISER, WEIANT, SCHNABEI., STOUDT, UHLER,
VVEAVER, SVVAVELY, SCHLAMP, IIYCCHI, SMITH, SCHAFFNER.
Third row: SCHAFER, SCHISLER, STEXVART. SILFIES, M. ZEINER, P. STOUDT, SWEITZER,
SHOOK, UHLER, SMITH, TRAUPMAN, ZEIGLER.
Fourth row: RISSMILLER, TAMANDI., ZAKOS, VALO, H. SCHOENEBERGER, R. SHOOK,
TEMMEL, VVALTERS, RITTER, VVINTER, ROHN,
There were 210 students in the sophomore class this year. This is the largest class
ever to enter Nazareth High School,
First row: YOUNG, XVINTER. IIAHN. HOCH, BYRNES, NEUNER.
Second row: VVALTERS, SMITH, JAXDROSITZ, RAFETTO, S'l'ERl.ACHlNl, DRAUCH, MISS
NICHOLAS, HAGENBVCH, I.eYAN, KREllJLl-IR. KAVCAK.
. Student Council
HIS year's Student Council sponsored several lost-and-found auction sales, sold
refreshments at the basketball and football games, and ushered at the Music Fes-
tival and other school activities.
Two successful school dances, which were held in our gymnasium, were also
sponsored by the Council, the Thanksgiving dance on November 27 and the Christmas
dance on December 20.
On a number of occasions the members of the Council acted as congenial hosts and
hostesses to guest speakers and visiting students. They received them, escorted them
through the various departments of the school, and presented them to the assembly.
Because of the efficient Work of this organization, a complete and timely File of
college catalogues are available in Miss Nicholas' office.
William Hahn was the president the first semesterg Barbara Neuner, secretaryg and
Henry Byrnes, treasurer. The other members were Allen Winter, Virginia Drach,
Andrew Kavcak, Velma Smith, Herbert Rafetto, and Walter Hagenbuch.
During the second semester Doris Hoch Was president, Anna Bajan, secretaryg
and Phyllis Young, treasurer. The other members were Andrew Sterlachini, Eugene
LeVan, William Hahn, Lester Walters, Betty Kre-idler, and Joseph Jandrositz.
The faculty adviser of the Council was Miss Florence Nicholas.
First row: FREE, FREY, XETQNER, H. BYRNES, STOI'lJ'l'g XYILKEN, BAIAN.
Second row: MR. CUMP, MR. LEH, KLUSKO, MISS NICHOLAS, MISS VVUNDERLY, ROMANYZYN,
. Athletic Council
The Athletic Association has charge of all business pertaining to athletic activities.
At the annual meeting on May 11, 1939, the following officers were elected:
President-Henry Byrnes Secretary-Edward Frey
Vice President-Edward Klusko Treasurer-Albert Buralli
Assistant Secretary and Treasurer--Earl Wilken
Permanent faculty members of the Association are:
Senior High School Principal-Miss Nicholas Faculty Manager-Mr. Cump
Girls' Coach-Miss Wunderly Boys' Coaches-Mr. Leh, Mr. Bartolet
Other members of the Athletic Council are those students who were managers of
the various sports.
Football Manager-Edward Frey Hockey Manager-Rhodell Stoudt
Girls-Barbara Neuner - Boys--William Bitz
Girls-Virginia Free Boys-John Romanyzyn
Track Manager-Herman Borger Volley ball Manager-Anna Bajan
726 .. . s .
Blue and White Standard
EPARTING from the usual method of having an Editor-in-Chief, this year's
Blue and White Standard had three Co-Editors. Each issue was in the hands ot
one of the editors, while one issue was in charge of the four Associate Editors.
Many more block prints were used this year than during any previous year. Some
of the newest features included the UBackstage" column, "Guest Humor" from other
schools, short editorials, fashion cuts, and a boys' and girls' sports column.
Elizabeth Dusinksi, John Strohmeyer, and Willis Happel were the three C0-
Editors. The Associate Editors included Margaret McConnell, Albert Buralli, Angeline
Kroboth, and Anne Simmons.
Rae Beisel, the Business Manager, was assisted by Arlene Milheim and Rose Fer-
raro, Assistant Business Managers, Velma Rohn, Circulation Manager, and the assist-
ants, Elaine Arnold, Lorraine Roth, Sophie Kowalczk, Betty Knecht, and Mae Ginther.
The faculty advisers were Mr. J. Frederick Knecht, Mr. George Wunderly, Miss
Florence Nicholas, and Miss Margaret Roush.
HE Dramatic Club, sponsored by Mr. Edgar, holds its meetings the second and
fourth Tuesday of each month.
During the year some of the members of the club attended "You Cantt Take It
with You", "Blind Alley", 'KNO More Peace", and "Room Servicev produced by the
Marquis Players in the Little Theatre at Lafayette College, Easton.
The club officers during the year were:
President, Betty Ackermang Secretary, Barbara Neunerg Treasurer, Nella Frattali
The five plays presented by the club before the assembly were as follows:
"Junior Buys a. Car"
John Millward--Frank Huryn
Jean Martin-Margaret McConnell
Mrs. Millward-Nella Frattali "The House of Greed"
Sophie Millward-Laura Hess
Hans Nelson-Albert Buralli
John Millwarol, 2nd CJr.j-Earl Marsh
Andrew Carrington-Allen Winter
"The Looking Glass Shows
Jack Terry-Earl Marsh
Warren Terry-Frank Huryn
Mrs. Terry-Edna Stevenson
Alice Terry-Lorraine Roth
Charles Hayward-Albert Buralli
Miss Hoy-Betty Ackerman
Eve Hayward-Phyllis Young
Bartlett D. Seymour-Allen Winter
Letitia Roberts-Gladys Werkheiser
Carlotta Hendricks-Betty Ackerman
Mamie Hield-Evelyn Weiss
Gwenda Lee-Carmela Petraglia
Cedric Roberts-John Strohmeyer
Jerry M cArthur-Franklin Reese
Detective Brooks-Albert Buralli
"Orchids for Mariev
Billy Stone-Earl Marsh
Jean Ackens-Laura Hess
Agnes Moulton-Lorraine Johnson
Robert Hammond-Elton Kelchner
Mrs. H arnmond-Margaret McConnell
Earnest J aclcson-J ohn Strohmeyer
Rosalind Hammond-Lorraine Roth
Daisy Hammond-Bertha Mucha
HIS year's Commercial Club once more attracted a large group of commercial stu
dents. Throughout the year the members enjoyed varied educational and recrea
tional programs. Among the educational programs were informal talks by Frank
Schmidt, President of the National Bank and Trust Company, and Mlllaid E Glad
felter, Registrar of Temple Universityg two movies entitled, "Business Machines and
'The Wor1d's Champion Typist"g musical selectionsg several comical sketches by club
membersg while 'the main social event Was a dance in February.
As a grand finale, the club held its annual picnic, June 4, at the Nazareth Mum
Miss Shelly is the faculty adviser.
Secretary .......... .
NE of Nazareth High's largest organizations, the Science Club, resumed its
activities with Miss Long, Mr. Shekletski, and Mr. Felton as faculty advisers.
This year the Science Club joined the American Institute Whose purpose is to
create more interest in science.
Numerous physical and chemical demonstrations, a trip to a cement mill, and a
talk by Dr. Brazina, besides several group projects, were included in the club programs.
An educational and scientific trip to New York was enjoyed in May. The club
closed its activities with its annual outing at the Borough Park at which time next
year's officers were elected.
OT only boys but also girls joined the Craft Club this year.
The members made anything they chose. Some of the girls made handkerchief
boxes or small chests, While the boys made large chests and tables.
Mr. Detwiler is the club sponsor.
President .,.,.................. .,.,.,.. E lwood Berger
Vice President ,,,,4....,,......,. ,,..,.. A lex Romanishan
Secretary and Treasurer ,,.,.. ....... A nna Bajan
Publicity Manager ....,,,..... ..... H elen Senedick
HE Town Hall was organized two years ago under the supervision of Mr. Feller.
The purpose of this organization is to provide an opportunity for interested pu-
pils to improve their ability in public speaking. The forum type of discussion is
used in the weekly meetings of the club, which are held from October to May.
During the past year, this Club has actively participated in the Interscholastic
Forums at Bangor, Northampton, Hellertown, East Stroudsburg, and Nazareth. These
interscholastic forums are a direct outgrowth of the Town Hall. Several panel dis-
cussions held in assembly were also sponsored by the club.
On March 21, the club visited the Town Hall Meeting of the Air in New York City.
The officers were:
President ,.,.....,.. ..,.. ,..,..... E l izabeth Dusinski
Vice President ,,...... ....... M argaret McConnell
Secretary ,.......,. .,.,...,....,.... J une Kellow
Treasurer ......, ..,..., M iriam Meyer
XVICRKHEISER, S'I'lCRI.ACHlNl, MCCONNELI.. I!l'RALLl, LAHR.
HE annual Oratorical Contest was held in the Nazareth High School Auditorium
on Friday, April 12, 1940. This contest, sponsored by the Alumni Association, was
coached by Mr. Feller.
The first prize of S10 was awarded to Albert Buralli whose subject was "New
Frontiersng the second prize of S5 was awarded to Margaret McConnell whose subject
was "America Is Beautiful".
Other participants and their topics were: Gladys Werkheiser, "A Healthy Arnerv
ica"g Isabella Lahr, "Safety on the Highwayvg and Andrew Sterlachini, "The Challenge
Music was provided by the high school orchestra and the A Cappella Choir.
The judges were: Ralph Pickett, Moravian Seminary for Girls, Bethlehemg Charles
Klein, Hellertown High Schoolg and Ralph Brown, Catasauqua High School.
High School Band
Y providing music at the football games during the past year, the Nazareth High
School Band, under the leadership of Mr. Reitz, has given us a great deal of
pleasure. By accompanying the basketball team to several play-off games, the
band added its encouragement.
At the fourth annual concert, held March 15, Mr. Pike, Director of Music at
Temple University, was the guest conductor.
During the Bi-Centennial, the band will participate in two parades.
The officers of the band are:
Manager ...,...,......,.. ..,...., R obert Siegfried
Treasurer ...., . ,.... Sophie Kowalczk
Secretary ...,.. ....,,., Mae Ginther
Drum Major ,.,,.,,................,,,....,....,...,.....,....,. Wallace Keen
Lorraine Vivian Doris Rice
High School Orchestra
HE orchestra, directed by Mr. Reitz, is one of the most active organizations in
high school. This year it played for the following events:
"The Late Christopher Bean" November 21 and 22
"Radio Rescue" February 15 and 16
Oratorical Contest April 12
Senior High Commencement June 27
The officers are:
President ........... ........ D oris Hoch
Vice President ..... ....,.,,....... H enry Nickel
Secretary , ..,.... ,,..... M arion Hagenbuch
Blue and White Orchestra
T all our dances and parties, the Blue and White Orchestra furnished the music.
Under the batons of its student conductors, Gerald Arnold and William Eberts,
with the able assistance of Mr. Reitz, the orchestra played the latest dance pieces..
Following are the events for which the orchestra provided music:
Senior Halloween Party
Sophomore Halloween Party
Commercial Club Party
Glee Club Party
HIS year a spring music festival was given instead of the annual senior high
The festival was presented by the combined Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs and
the well known A Cappella Choir on May 3.
One hundred twenty voices, directed by Miss Mae M. Yeisley and accompanied by
Miss Marion Kern, combined to give pleasure and enjoyment to the capacity audience
that crowded the auditorium.
The girls, in their lovely pastel colored evening gowns, made a pleasing contrast
with the dark coats and white trousers worn by the boys.
The program consisted of joint singing, group singing, and the following soloists:
Frederick Reimer, Stanley Woodring, Earl Jones, bassesg William Eberts, William
Hahn and Christ Muscler, tenorsg Betty Roth, Phyllis Young, Betty Ackerman. and Va-
leria Arndt, altosg Ruth Swavely, Vivian von Steuben, Sophie Kowalczk, Jean Boerst-
ler, and Barbara Neuner, sopranos.
A Cappella Choir
HE A Cappella Choir, directed by Miss Mae M. Yeisley, has finished its third
The vestments, used for the first time this year, added dignity and solemnity
to the beauty and melody of this growing and popular choir.
They sang for the following occasions:
November 9, 1939 .....,..,,. ....,...,.,....' ........ .... . . P arent Teachers Association
December 3, 1939 ...., ..,,.... N azareth Reformed Church
December 17, 1939 .,.... ., .... Christmas Carol Service
April 12, 1940 ,..,.., ,..,..,..,. O ratorical Contest
May 3, 1940 ...... ...,... M usic Festival
May 6, 1940 ...... ....,........,. ...,. R o tary Club
June 1940 ...... ...... B i-Centennial Program
First row: vonSTEUBEN, MOYER, MISS SLOAT, SEARLES, FREY.
Second row: REIMER, HAPPEL, STROHMEYER, HUTH. VVOODRINY
ll HE Late Christopher Bean", an exciting comedy which certainly kept the
audience on the edge of their seats, was very successfully presented by the
senior class on November 21 and 22.
In the story, the Hagetts are at peace with world until someone suddenly realizes
the value of several Christopher Bean paintings which are in their possession. At this
time, several people try to claim the paintings but Abby, the Haggett maid and Chris-
topher Bean's Widow, comes upon the scene and makes everyone remember their
sense of decency just in time for a happy ending.
The cast of characters included:
Dr. Haggett-Stanley Woodring
Susan Haggett-Mildred Moyer
Mrs. Haggett-Jeanne Searles
Ada Haggett-Vivian von Steuben
Warren Creamer--Robert Huth
The committees in charge of production were:
Dramatic coach: Miss Sloat.
Business Committee: Alice Beck, manager: Doris Clauserg Hilda Colverg Viola
Noll, Andrew Sterlachinig and Grace Wagner.
Costume Committee: Rae Beisel, Arlene Deitrich, and Mildred Kneller.
Publicity Committee: Betty Ackerman, Allen Flory, Albert Buralli, and Edna
Properties and Stage Committees: Miss Clute, Mr. Shekletski, Robert Siegfried,
Helen Cortez, Franklin Reese, Lewis Wolfe, Don Detwiler, Ruth Neumeyer, Andrew
Sterlachini, and Earl Buss.
Prompter: Velma Rohn.
OFT lights and sweet music blended to make a memorable harmony. Couples
whirling by in a gay, happy mood. This is a typical scene in the Nazareth High
School gym on the evenings when parties are being held. The students who are
not swiftly gliding over the dance Hoor can be found eagerly awaiting their turn to
play ping pong or one of the other games available. Both students and faculty members
enjoy these happy evenings that comprise the social life at Nazareth High School.
The seniors had the honor of opening this festive season with a Halloween Dance.
They danced in an atmosphere made weird by black cats, witches, pumpkins and corn-
stalks. The music was furnished by recordings, and, during intermission, orange sodas,
cookies, apples, and cake were served. The Hallowen spirit prevailed.
A pleasant Thanksgiving Party and Dance, sponsored by the Student Council, was
an informal or "sport" dance. Sophomores, juniors, seniors, and faculty members dan-
ced to the melodious strains of the Blue and White orchestra, and the music met the
desires of all the dancers-even the jitterbugs. The color scheme was orange and the
special features of the program included the Spotlite and Elimination Dances.
The Christmas Dance, again sponsored by the Student Council, was a gay, joyful
aHair. Santa Claus was there to welcome everyone with a cheery "how-do-you-do" and
a pop-corn ball. The Blue and White Orchestra :furnished the music and, after inter-
mission, everyone joined in singing Christmas Carols under the direction of Mr. Reitz.
one 11 undred
ING, dong! The clock has struck nine and the Junior-Senior Prom is in full
swing. It is the evening of May tenth and the juniors are entertaining the seniors
and faculty members.
The lights are dimmed and the enticing rhythms of Mark Hilburn and the Nomads'
Orchestra help to create the atmosphere of a lovely May festival. The dancers are in a
carefree mood as they glide over the Hoor amidst the dainty pastel decorations of crepe
paper and balloons gracefully swaying in their position from the center of the ceiling.
Those who are not dancing are provided with games especially for their enjoyment.
During intermission sandwiches, cake, and root beer were served, and happy
chuckles were heard from all directions. During this time, Doris Hoch, president of the
junior class, cordially welcomed the guests, while Andrew Sterlachini, president of the
senior class, acknowledged the welcome.
one Izundrcd ont
First row: XYFNDERLY, XV. HAHN. UECH, KLYSKO, GOODHART. LAKEY, VYILLIAMS, KECK.
GRANIJA, PLOTTS, E. DRAGOSITS. KEPPEI..
Second row: MR. LEH, FISCHL, FRANCZAK, HECKMAN, HITCHENS. SCHLIALZER, SCHRAMM.
KELCHNER, BOERCER, ZAKOS, F. HAHN, TARNUK. STARNER. JANTJROSITZ.
Third row: SCHAFER, RINEHART, VOGEI.. RVTT. l.eYAN, BITTENHENDER. VVALTERS, HOCH.
FRY, FLOREY, M. DRACOSITS.
Fourth row: REDLINE, REACEN, DLLVEOS, FOGEL, ESCHENFELIJER, DRFMM. KOCHER,
ZIEGLER. SIMMONS, CONDOMT'l"l'l, SCHOENEIXERKIER, JONES.
N inexperienced but determined team Went on the field to defend the champion-
ship Won by last year's team. Although hard hit by injuries, the team fought
hard before giving in. Its seasonal record was three victories, four defeats, and
H. S. 31 Mauch Chunk Catholic 0
H. S. 13 Whitehall 12
H. S. 20 Lehighton 0
H. S. 7 Bangor 13
H. S. 0 Coplay 0
H. S. 6 Pen Argyl 21
H. S. 13 Northampton 24
H. S. 13 Wilson 19
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First row: A LeX'AN, M. DRAGOSITS.
Second row: GOODHART, KNECHT, J. ISYRNES, H, BYRNES, VVUNDERLY.
Third row: MR, LEH, KECK, TARNOK, E. DRAGOSVFS. REIMI-IR, IDECH, BITZ, Mgr.
ECAUSE Nazareth High's Basketball Team won the league championship, another
trophy was added to its ever-growing collection. The team, composed chiefly of
lettermen, campaigned through a very successful season, coming through with a
record of fourteen victories and four defeats.
The diminutive Junior Varsity team won seven of their sixteen games.
one hundrmi tlwu'
First row: Dllflll.. HEINTZMAN, FOGEI., KOCHER,
Second row: CHRISTMAN, IHCLONG, K.-XIILER, E. LQ-VAX, RlilJl.lNl-I, N. XVUNDERLY, FRX
Third row: MR. BARTOl.lE'l', KEPPEL, BETZ, JONES, SIMMONS, IJRUMM, HOCH, SOFFERA
Varsity Jr. Varsity
. Whitehall N.H.S Whitehall
. S. Whitehall N.H.S S. Whitehall
. Whitehall N.H.S Whitehall
. E. Stroudsburg N.H.S E. Stroudsburg
. Hellertown N.H.S Hellertown
. Pen Argyl N.H.S Pen Argyl
. Wilson N.H.S Wilson
. Bangor N.H.S Bangor
. Fountain Hill N.H.S Fountain Hill
. E. Stroudsburg N.H.S E. Stroudsburg
.Fountain Hill N.H.S Fountain Hill
. Pen Argyl N.H.S Pen Argyl
. Wilson N.H.S. Wilson
. Hellertown N.H.S Hellertown
. Bangor N.H.S Bangor
. S. Whitehall
one l11l'lHl"l't'!i foul'
S ai .
First row. SHOENEBERGER. MERTZ, HAGENBUCH, FRANKLIN, FRY, FISHER, MITCH.
Second row: FRANCZAK, HURYN, DELONG, GROLLER, GOODHART. KLUSKO, BYRNES,
STARNER, BETZ, JANDROSITZ.
Third row: ZAKOS, SILFTES, TARNOK. RITTER. LAHR. ROMANYZYN, MR. LEH, MR. CUMP.
OACH Leh shaped a snappy team from the large group of juniors and sophomores
who came out for the sport. And so after a lapse of one year, Nazareth High's
baseball team resumed its winning rank.
20, 1940 N. H. S. 4 Pen Argyl 1
27, 1940 N. H. S. 22 East Stroudsburg 0
1, 1940 N. H. S. 6 Whitehall 3
4, 1940 N. H. S. 14 Wilson 1
8, 1940 N. H. S. 7 Bangor 3
11, 1940 N. H. S. 6 Pen Argyl 0
15, 1940 N. H. S. 10 East Stroudsburg 2
21, 1940 N. H. S. 3 Whitehall 0
25, 1940 N. H. S. Wilson
29, 1940 N. H. S. 17 Bangor 1
1, 1940 N. H. S. 7 Hellertown 4
By winning the Lehigh-Northampton League championship, Nazareth High is eli-
for further competition in District 11 playoifs.
one hundred fire
First row: JONES, MERLO, RAFETTO, KRATZER, SANDT, Nl7lVV'I'UN, UNGER.
Second row: CHRTSTMAN, NAGLE, DANIELE, IJOYLE, POLANSKT, SCHRAMM, HECKMAN,
EDELMAN, ARNOLD, MANN, MARSH, H. BYRNES, MR. CUMP, STERLACHINI.
Third row: REIGEL, E. LeVAN, RUTT, DETVi'll.IiR, GODSHALK. GEORGE, SHOOK, HEINTZMAN,
XVUNDERLYM JURASITS, MR. BARTOLIQT,
OACH Bartolet molded his team from uderclassmen who, though inexperienced,
fought valiantly. The squad lost the Lehigh-Northampton Championship by
small margin of four points.
N. H. S. 52112
N. H. S. 63
N. H. S. 551!2
N. H. S. 63
N. H. S. 55
N. H. S. 62
South Whitehall 46V2
one hundred six
With many candidates and much enthusiasm, the hockey season opened.
The teams could be seen playing on the hockey field every Monday and Thurs-
day in October.
Although there was much hard playing between the teams, the mighty seniors
came through and won the intramural championship.
our lzamzlred seven
RACK! Bang! These were the familiar sounds from the gym every Monday
and Thursday after school in November.
Since there were three courts stretched across the gym th1s year six teams
played at the same time.
The senior team, led by Hilda Colver, won the intramural championship
0110 hundred eight
ITH a prompt and eager answer to the call for candidates, many girls again
turned out for basketball
Each Monday and Thursday after school the gym was crowded with noisy
excited spec tators.
After very keen competition and an exciting championship play-off game between
Simmons and Colver, the latter finally came through to win the intramural champion-
Won Lost Tied
8 1 1
8 1 1
6 2 2
6 3 1
5 4 1
5 5 0
5 5 0
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one hundred nine
First row: KELLOVV, CHAPBIAN.
Second row: NEUNER, ACKERMAN.
Third row: STERLACHINI, HUTH.
WO blonds, two brunettes, and two--well, anyway there are six of these blue
and white clad students who led the rooting section during the sports seasons.
The cheerleaders did a splendid job of inspiring the team and creating school spirit
among the students.
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IW V f
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A is for Ackerman, there really are twog
Betty and Gerry are pals kind and true.
B is for Buss, a spry little pest,
And Lela, a girl, who is always well dressed.
C is for Clauser, you know who I mean-
With a bass violinist she is often seen.
D means Detwiler, who, like his pop,
Is a great manual worker in our school workshop.
E is for Edelman, a swell guy to know
With his great personality, far will he go.
F may mean Franczack, or Francipane, or
Flory, or Frey, and I think there are more.
G is for George, Donald we mean,
This quiet lad is seldom heard or seen.
H stands for Huth, who leads all those cheers,
We hope he will lead on more happy years.
I means ideas, which we should all get,
Even though our theories are often "all wetn.
J stands for juniors, those sweet silly freaks
Who will take our place in a couple more weeks.
K is for Klusko, a star athlete,
In all forms of sports he is hard to defeat.
L means LeVan, a basketball starg
With his smile and ambition he's bound to go far.
M stands for Moyer, a sweet little miss,
As our class play heroine she got H's kiss.
N means Neumeyer, an ambitious maidg
In many class projects she's proven an aid.
O stands for ordeal, which we have passed through
Those drab study periods were certainly blue.
P is for Plotts, he knows how to play
In football, in love, and in life day by day.
Q may mean "Quiet!,', a familiar cry
Issued by teachers when we "don't know why".
R, here, means Reigel who holds all the strings
To humor, to noise, to love, and such things.
S stands for Smtih, Velma we rneang
Her great art ability oft has been seen.
T is for Teel, the giant of our class,
His curls and his smile make girls look as they pass.
U is for Uhler, a two-gunner guy,
After hearing his wise cracks, we don't wonder why
V means von Steuben, a singer she'1l beg
With her voice she will sail o'er the musical sea.
W, of course, brings Wilken to mind,
The best type of fella' a fella' could find.
X means Xpensive, that first little ringg
But the other, they say, is a much dearer thing.
Y stands for Yost, a happy young boyg
Many dull moments hets helped fill with joy.
Z means Zgoba, a swell little gal,
And Zeiner, a guy who is any guy's pal.
one I1 u mired twelve
An optimist is a doctofewifo looks at your eyes. A pessimist is one who looks after
When aliens come to the United States, they cannot be citizens until they have
A city purines its water by filtering it and then forcing it through an aviator.
Robert Louis Stevenson got married and went on his honeymoon. It was then that
he wrote "Travels with a Donkey."
Milton was a blind poet who wrote "ParadiseeLost." When his wife died he wrote
The laws of the United States allow a man only one wife. This is called monotony.
The thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution abolished the negroes.
The American government finally decided to put the Indians in reservoirs.
Seats of Congressmen are vaccinated every two years.
An abstract noun is something you canlt see when you are looking at it.
Edison was the inventor of the indecent lamp.
Artificial perspiration is the Way to make a person alive when they are only just
There are two parts to the sentence, the subject and the predicament.
Natural immunity means catching a disease without the aid of a doctor.
Nicotine is such a deadly poison that a drop of it on a dog's tail will kill a man.
l Short Stories
Hill. Car. Tree. Tire. Bang! Tree. Car?
2:30. Chemistry. "Equations?" "NOP 3:30.
Wide man. Narrow doorway. "Ugh!" Wide doorway.
"Hamlet" Angry student. Fireplace. Smoke. "Hamlet'?"
Red dress. Mad bull. R-r-1'-rip! White dress.
Little mouse. Big cheese. "Nibble. Nibble." Little cheese. Big mouse.
Klusko at bat. "Strike one!" "Strike two!" "Strike three!" Bat at umpire.
Pansy. Pansies. Bumble bee, Pansies. Pansy.
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Glamour Girl of 1940 Would Have
1. Josephine Stohl's eyes
. Betty Ackerman's dimples
. Margaret Norris's hair
. Valeria Arndt's nose
. Jeraline Kern's eyelashes
6. Arlene Dietrich's lips
Marjorie Chapman's school girl complexion
8. Ruth Neumeyer's teeth and radiant smile
9. Mary Karch's figure
10. Grace Wagner's clothes
11. Viola Noll's dancing ability
12. Edna Stevensonfs neatness
13. Alice Beck's intelligence
14. Rae Beisel's initiative
15. Jeanne Searles,s humor
16. Bernice Arndt's pleasantness
17. Velma Smith's poise
18. Vivian von Steuben's personality
Glamour Boy of 1940 Would Have
Harold Knecht's wavy hair
Robert Siegfried's blue eyes
Donald George's peaches and cream complexion
William Hahn's physique
Edward Klusko's teeth
Frances Wunderly's smile
Henry Byrne's dancing ability
Allen Flory's Wit
Henry Nickel's intelligence
Gordon StofTlet's wardrobe
The Byrnes twins' athletic ability
Earl Buss's scientific attitude
Charles Reigells studiousness
Frederick Reimer's musical Voice
Willis Happel's originality
Earl Wilkin's manners
Robert Huth's personality
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We, the Class of 1940, wish to express our sincere appreciation to our patrons
advertisers, and friends for their cooperation in making our "Comet" a success
American Legion Auxiliary
. Calvin Ackerman
and Mrs. Harry Ackerman
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Arndt
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
S. G. Beck
Mr. and Mrs. William Bennett, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Betz, Sr.
Mr. Joseph Betz
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
R. I. Brazina
Clinton L. Bunn
E. C. Champion
of a Friend
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Warren S. Dech
Jacob W. Deitrich
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. William G. Moser
Mrs. Mayne F. Moyer
Compliments of a Friend
Nazareth Parent-Teacher Ass'n.
Nazareth Woman's Club
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Neumeyer
J. H. Newhart Estate
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nicholas
Miss Florence Nicholas
Dr. and Mrs. W. Calvin Nickel
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norris
Mrs. Fred Phillips
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Plotts
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Rev. and Mrs. Walter H. Diehl
Burgess and Mrs. Bruce I. Doyle
Mrs. Eliza B.
Miss Mary Fenstermacher
Mr. and Mrs. James Fetherolf
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Flick
Mr. and Mrs. Michele Francipane
Miss Henrietta Frantz
Dr. and Mrs. Jacob A. Fraunfelder
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fulmer
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fulmer
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garr
Mr. and Mrs. James George
Mr. and Mrs.
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.
H. C. Pohl
J. Allen Schaeffer
Walter H. Schlegel
A. J. Schissler
Frank H. Schmidt
W. J. Scutt
E. A. N. Seyfried
Charles L. Shimer
William M. Silfles
Mrs. R. J. Ginther
Miss Marguerite Graver
Mrs. Hattie Gum A
Mrs. Sadie Haldeman
Dr. and Mrs. Earl B. Hartman
Mr. Charles F. Heaney
Mrs. F. A. Simmons
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Smith
Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Snyder
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. von Steuben
Mrs. Mabel Stoliclet
Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Heckman
Mr. and Mrs. George Heckman
Mr. and Mrs Jacob Heckman
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hummel
Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Huth
Mr. and Mrs. George Karch
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kemmerer
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kilpatrick
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kimminour
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. King
Mrs. William H. Kleppinger
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Knauss
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Knecht
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Koch
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Kroboth
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Russell K. Stoudt
Mrs. Gerald Swavely
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Clifford T. Taylor
Dr. and Mrs.. N. C. Uhler
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
F. N. Wagner
Raymond W. Weaver
Weinland Sporting Goods Co.
Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Robert Weiss
George A. Welty
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron H. Werkheiser
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Werkheiser
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lakey
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Marcks
Rev. and Mrs. Paul S. Meinert
Mrs. M. A. Memmert
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Miller
Howard J. Werkheiser
Mrs. Mary Winn
Anna C. and George A. Wunderly
one hundred fi teen
O the young men and women of the Class
of '40 we say, "Good Work and Good
Luckf, Some of you will go into business, some
will marry, some will go to college. You all
will find, sooner or later, that a close relation-
ship with a sound bank is a valuable asset in
life. We extend an invitation to all of you to
make this bank your bank. Start an account
here, learn about our services, get acquainted
with us. But wherever your path may lead, we
wish you a bright and prosperous future.
The Second National Bank
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Velroea High Early Strength
'GA Perfect High Early Strength Portland Cement"
Keystone Dark Cement
'GA Uniform Color Dark Cement"
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Philadelphia New York Boston
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Bourse Building . . . Philadelphia, Pa
General Office: Nazareth, Pa.
New York City Philadelphia, Pa.
41 East 42nd St. Commercial Trust Bldg.
NAZARETH Portland Cement
NAZCO High-Early Strength Portland Cement
'Good luck ia' anofher
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OF SAYING THAT
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FINE AN NUALS LIKE BEAUTIFUL IVIEMORIALS ARE THE
RESULT OF TI-IE CO-ORDINATION OF SKILL, CRAFTSMAN-
SHIP AND EFFORT ......
SANDERS-REINI-IARDT COMPANY, Inc.
8Sig11e7'S anJ 6719707678 of QFIZLOOZ -QYEYLMGZS
711 LINDEN STREET ALLENTOWN, PA.
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, children'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.
Robert P. ftranslating Frenchjz "A man must never go out Without h1s
V Noll: "Mr, Felton, since when can people detach their arms?"
Churchman Business College
MA Thorough Business Training Schoolw
Secretarial, Accounting and Business Administration Courses college
grade. Business, Stenographic, and special review courses.
Forty-three Colleges and Universities, and thirty-six 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
mir' 111411111111 fLr11Mf1H'1
Andrew G. Kern, President Wm. J. Santee, Secretary-Treasurer
THE T BUMBOWEB COMPANY
COAL, LUMBER, CRUSHED STONE
and BUILDING MATERIAL
Main Office: Branch Oftlcez
Easton Road 23 South Main Street
Phone 47 Phone 157
Mr. Leh: "If you would live properly and obey the rules of health you would
live to be a hundred."
C. Wunderly: "I don't Want to live that long. I haven't timefy
Bethlehem Business College
Fourth Street and Broadway Bethlehem, 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
Members 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
one 1'H47ll1l'lYll twenty-f0111'
Kraemer Hosiery Co.
L. Wolfe Cat Fairyland Farrnsjz "Is that a Holstein cow over there?I'
S. Woodring: "I don't know. Guernsey for yourselff'
SALES . . . SERVICE
Hahn Chevrolet Company
GEO. W. HAHN, Proprietor
ESSO GASOLINE . . . OILS and GREASES
NATIONAL TIRES and TUBES . . . ACCESSORIES
47 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pa.
Iron Fireman Stokers ABC Oil Burners
W. F. MESSINGER
Westinghouse Electrical Appliances
ZENITH, FARNSWORTH RADIOS
119 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa.
Charles Betz: "I just found a Venus Watch."
Ed. Klusko: "What do you mean?"
Charles Betz: 'Alt has no hands."
GEORGE N. MILLER
General Merchandise and Farming Implements
Wayne Hog, Dairy, Calf, Horse and Poultry Feeds
Bushkill Center, Pa.
P. 0. Nazareth, Pa., Route No. 2
I d' Ll twvnty-six
TUCKER BRO ,
High Grade Dairy Products
Distributors . . .
T. D. KOSTENBADER 81 SON
TRY OUR GUERNSEY MILK
Nazareth, Pa. Phone 132
Teacher: "Why were you late this 1norning?',
Student: "There are eight in our family and the clock Was only set for seven
Klipple Bus Line
Phone . . . Bath 49
I d' d twenty-s
Farmer's Mutual Fire Insurance Company
V of Northampton County
Incorporated March 17, 1845
Nearly a Century 0 Insurance Service
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID
AMPLE RESERVE FOR BENEFIT or POLICYHOLDERS
FARMERS' MUTUAL BUILDING
72 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa
Wrn. D. Kunkel, Secretary Phone 80
Robert Huth: HI saw a rnan yesterday that weighed two tons?
Earl Wilken: Hlmpossiblef
Robert Huth: KNO, he was weighing a lead pipe."
Geo. H. Welty, President L. G. Peters, Treasurer
The Nazareth Coal 81: Lumber Co.
Coal . . . Lumber
Hardware and Building Material
430 and 436 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa.
Leadlihllrlttliiltg, glaariilmlishes Lglgijlfltggd
Maytag EICCIFIC WHSIICYS 4cBluesa Coal
Frigidaire Electric Refrigerators
I ddt t 1115
1 C. Riegel: "Why do they put pictures of women on coins?"
A. LeVan: A'Because money talks."
y Nazareth '
Creamery and Dairy A
Q ROBERT EDELMAN, Prop. Barthololnew
CREAM . . . BUTTER SQPVICC
i BUTTERMILK and Phone 252
' COTTAGE CHEESE
y Nazareth, Pennsylvania
Nazareth, Pa. .
0110 1'LlH'lfdl'8L'l tim tg 1 e
E I. Schwartz S1 S011
STOVES and BEDDING
H. T. Vannatta, Mgr.
540 South Main Street
30 West Broad Street
D. Haldeman: "What are you thinking of?',
W. Happel: "Oh, nothing much."
D. Haldemanz t'Don't be so self-conscious?
9 Electric Portable Acetylene
The People s Coal wading Outfit wading
and Supply Co.
Phone Naz. 483
Your Dealer for
Lehigh Navigation Coal
LUMBER . . . HARDWARE
Elwood S. Rohrbaeh
Official Inspection Station
Full Line of CASE Farm Machinery
Hudson Sales and Service
R. D. 1, BETHLEHEM, PA.
Phone Naz. 30-R-2
rm e hundred tl: ivty
F. J. Happel
HO-MADE ICE CREAM '
J. A. Lopresti
Milk Coolers, Milking Machines
Stanehions, Silo Building and
Phone Nazareth 282-R-5
A. Hoffmeister: f'Got a minute to spare?"
M. Norris: "Sure."
A. Hoffmeisteri K'Tel1 me all you know."
1940 Dodge Luxury Liner
B E T T E R and
B U Y 1940 Luxury Plymouth Ride
B U I C K ALSO
Mauch Chunk and Church St.
R. F. Ziegler
Mauch Chunk and Church Street
one I1 u mired thirty-on e
Always Cltoose of
IIWIIRY 9 Fabricators
K. Kratzer: "I never talk about anything I d0n't understand."
F. Reimer: "You must have a great reputation for silence."
For Quality and
Service in Printing
127 East High Street
from the Down
are . You
Everlasting 3 1940
- O Elgin
COME IN 0 Hamilton
LOOK AROUND Ot Benrus
Ralph E. Saeger
41 Belvidere Street, Nazareth
CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH O
SALES AND SERVICE
Broad St. Garage Compliments
H. Siegel and R. J. Wessner of
I Proprietors -
GARAGE and SERVICE Ffflllk P- Rflhn
125 South Broad Street
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
H. Knecht: "Did your watch stop when it fell on the floor?"
F, Reimer: "Sure, Did you think it would go through'?H
B road Street
Penn Roller Rink
Center and Freemansburg Avenue
Sat. and Sun.. Afternoons
2 to 4:30
NEW LIGHTING SYSTEM
New music and uniformed skateboys
James M. Smith, Prop. and Man.
Skate for Health's Sake
our hundrrd thirty-thi
37 Mauch Chunk Street
An exchange of photographs
with classmates creates bonds
of friendship you Will treas-
ure through the years.
The Dietz Studio
55 South Main Street
S. Woodring: "Aren't rosy cheeks a sign of good health?"
A. Simmons: HI should say they are."
S. Woodring: t'Well, you're a lot healthier on one side than the other."
'The Home of Distinctioni'
Wind Gap, Pa.
A-Treat Bottling Co
2001 Union Boulevard
I undrcd tI1irty-fo1fr
Stanley R. Woodring
Roy S. Kostenbader
I Distributor of
MILK . . . CREAM
Buttermilk and Cottage Cheese
Phone 595-R Phone 499-J-1
Earl W.: "What is dexterity?"
Q Robert H.: "Something you find in Baby Ruth candy bars."
Stop, Look and Listen
! If foods could talk
They would say our odors don't mix
We keep fresh and crisp
We don't dry out rapidly
We don't lose our natural juices
and tenderness if you keep us
with pure artificial ice
Get all facts from
Artificial lee Co.
Walnut and Pine Streets
At the Gateway to the Poconos
Wind Gap, Pa.
Route 12 - 115
Chicken, Steak and Trout
Special Parties and Banquets
Phone Ralph Francis
Pen Argyl 139-J Proprietor
0110 lzundrvd tlzirtyfz
Eyes Examined . . . Glasses Fitted
Hours: Monday, 6 to 8:30 p. m.
Friday, 2:30 to 8:30 p. rn.
Men's and Young Men9s
Dr. Leon Kolb .
"Dignified credit if desiredf' Furnishings
118 S- MAIN STREET Centre Square N. E. Corner
Our tastes change as We mature. Little girls like painted dollsg little
boys like soldiers. When they grow up, girls like the soldiers and boys go
for the painted dolls.
Nazareth: Office 131
Ross - Common
Roy T. Fehnel
Spring Water and Beverages WEATHER STRIPPING
51 W. Walnut Street, Bethlehem, Pa. R, NO. 3, Nazareth
Phone 606 fBELFASTJ PA-
um' I1 ll Ildffllv tlzirty-x1'.z'
Philadelphia . . . Boston
25 N. Sixth Street
Mr. Wunderlyi "What do they do in Germany that they don't do in other
A. Floreyz "Keep sober!" CCorrect answer-"they're secret"D
. Patronize . . .
Nazareth's Leading Prescription
Drug Store for A11 Your Drug
Needs. Registered Druggists
COMPLIMENTS give you the quality service you
are entitled to.
. Ask Your Family Doctor
He Knows Us . . .
0 PAUL W. HECKMAN
The Rexall Drug Store
The Best in Drug Store Merchandise
The Best in Drug Store Service
one hundrcrl thirty-,veflcfz
The Logical Place Snyder Milling Co
REUNION PICNIC NAZARETH, PA.
, , . FEED
T. V. Long, Mgr.
5 Phone: Easton 6941 P H O N E 1 4 5
l Mr. Felton: "I beg your pardon."
V. Noll: "Stop beggingg you're old enough to steal."
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. Compliments eauty m e
i Modern Manner
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. . . Beaut Salon
j Radio Electric y
U 16 Belvidere Street
. Service .
l Nazareth, Pa.
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C. W. Hartman
M E A T a ll d
I C E C R E A M
Dry Cleaning and Pressing
LADIES and GENTS
KLEIN and YOST, Props.
138 S. Main Street, Nazareth, Pa.
WE CALL and DELIVER
Miss Sloat: "Why is this sentence correct?"
Robert Siegfried: "Because there's nothing wrong with it."
Exclusive Sporting Goods Store
Sporting Goods Co.
532 Hamilton Street
E. J. Unangst 8 SOIIS
Where Belvidere Crosses Broad
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS NaZareth,Pa.
Fire Insurance Co.
I Protects Your Property
Against the Three
I FIRE, LIGHTNING, and
Consult Agent or Director
in Your District
Home Office . . . Tatamy, Pa.
President .....,.... E. S. Rosenberry, M.D.
Secretary ...........,..........., Karl L. Metler
Bates Valve Bag
P A P E R B A G S
Flour, Cement, Gypzum
Ground Limestone, Plaster
and Other Pulverized
Mr. Feller: "When the United States Was a baby as a nation, what was every
one concerned about?"
G. Stoffletz "lt's Weightf, fCorrect answer-"growth"J
Albert 0. Sturgis
23 South Main Street
Telephone 1 57
Clothing . . . Hats
Shoes . . . Furnishings
AT POPULAR PRICES
13-17 Belvidere Street
one lzundred forty
North and Chestnut
F1-eek se Leh I
on Spruce I
R. R. Hess
SALES and SERVICE
Body and Fender Repairs
g Nazareth, Pa.
d FIRST QUALITY
an Telephone 124
DuPONT, DUCO MATERIALS
Anna H.: 'Browning continued to Write until the end of his death."
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COMPLIMENTS Mill C00
Q: MILLWORK OF QUALITY
Shallkwffllf-51' sAsH DOORS . . . SHUTTERS
BLINDS . . . FRAJVIES
The Man's Store COLONADES
ALLENTOWN PA STAIR WORK . . . INTERIOR TRIM
Popular Price Clothing
for Young Men Prospect and Green Streets
om' hundred forty-one
J. W. Jackson
G R 0 C E R
Abbott's Deluxe Ice Cream
Meats . . . Groceries
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE
S. J. Gregory
who has served the motor-
ist of Nazareth and vicinity
for the past 25 years.
Studebaker Cars and Trucks
SALES and SERVICE
27 Mauch Chunk Street
Gladys Kromer: f'They're using mor
Mr. Wunderlyz "Yes. Coca Colalw
more American drinks in Germany."
, Frank Huth 81 Sons
that can be depended upon
in an emergency
"No One Knows Paint
Like a Painter"
Franczak 81 Son
222 OAK STREET
one hundred forty-two
extends its compliments
Class of '40
Cor. Main and Belvidere Streets
STYLED . . . RIGHT
PRICED . . . RIGHT
Mr. Wunderlyz "What is a monoc1e?'
H. Houser: "A mouth organ."
P 0 N T I A C
Q SALES . . . SERVICE
Farm Bureau.Cooperat1ve General Repairs
T Automobile and Life Insurance
C. F. Dewalt
GAS . . , OILS
TIRES . . . BATTERIES
I Ph-me Phone Paff S1 Darrohn
Easton 26077 Easton 6597 EASTON ROAD
. Phone 29
one hundred fort
Co Sulner Science
R, D, Lambert Pr hlems of Democracy
J E W E L E R SICS
Cer M an
Nazareth, Pa. A16 E bra
His T ory
What if . . .
Lewis were a Fox instead of a Wolfe?
Grace were Threedora instead of Tod-ora?
Evelyn were Schwarz instead of Weiss?
Bernice and Valeria Ain't instead of Arndt?
Martha Sang instead of Roth?
Josephine Bought instead of Stohl?
Viola were a Hill instead of a Noll?
Henry were a Penny instead of a Nickel?
Mildred were Lesser instead of Moyer?
Mae were Queen instead of King?
Geary were Candy instead of Gum?
William were Chunks instead of Bitz?
Henry and john had Cuts instead of Byrnes?
Frances were Cumbersea instead of Cumberland?
Dorothy were Emptymer instead of Fulmer?
John were a Barker instead of a Groller?
Ruth were Oldmeyer instead of Neumeyer?
John were a Butcher instead of a Miller?
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