Nazareth Area High School - Comet Yearbook (Nazareth, PA)
- Class of 1941
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We, the class of 1941,
sincerely hope that this
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mind us of our classmates
and of our happy days
spent in Nazareth High
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The right of a man to speak
his mind, to worship according
to his conscience, to enjoy
freedom of the press, and to
appeal in criminal cases to a
judgment by his peers-these
are the ideals which are the
basis of our American democ-
racy. It is to these ideals, true
Americanism, that we, the class
of 1941, 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 V
Ever mindful of our brothers
And the Blue and White.
By thy name, dear Alma 1VIater
We shall win the fiightg
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-
N ever shall dishonor cloud thee
Nor the Blue and White!
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First row: FRANK B. LEH, ROBERT VV. PAULY, C. FREDERICK MARTIN, A. RUSSELL SNYDER.
Second row: WARREN S. DECH, CHARLES I. KNAUSS, CHARLES P. SCHNERR, GEORGE P. SMITH.
Nazareth School Board
C. Frederick Martin, President
George P. Smith, Vice President Charles P. Schnerr, Treasurer
Charles J. Knauss, Secretary to the Board
First row: MRS. ETHEL HORTING, MRS. GUY CUMP, MRS. PRESTON FLORY, MRS. NATHAN
Second row: MISS AUGUSTA ETSCHMAN, MR. ELMER SNYDER, MRS. K. R. DEEVER.
Third row: MR. THEODORE SCHAFER. MR. STANLEY WOODRING.
The Nazareth Parent-Teacher Association
Stanley Woodring Mrs. Preston Flory
Miss Augusta Etschman Mrs. Guy Cump
Vice President Hospitality
Mrs. Nathan Brobst Theodore Schafer
Secretary Ways and Means
Mrs. Kersey R. Deever Mrs. Ethel Horting
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SUPERINTENDENT OF NAZARETH PUBLIC SCHOOLS
FLORENCE L. NICHOLAS
B.S., M.A., COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
PRINCIPAL OF NAZARETH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
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Home Economics Mathematics
HS., New York University B.S., Gettysburg College
JEAN CLUTE DON DETWILER
Art Industrial Arts
Pennsylvania Museum B.S., Pennsylvania State College
School of Industrial Art
CHARLOTTE GREINER J. FREDERIC KNECHT
B.S.C., Rider College A.B., M.A., University of Pennsylvania
M. LOUISE HETRICK ANDREW LEH
Music Ph-ysical Education,
B.S., Mansfield State Tezmcliers l-'l1.B., Muhlenberg College
College M.A., Columbia University
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Physical ,Education Languages
B.S., East Stroudsburg Teachers College A.B., Moravian College
M.A., Columbia University M.A., Columbia University
E'-'ZABfiTH S'-CAT ADAM SHEKLETSKI
A.B., Lebanon Valley College AA-B., Lehigh University
M.A., Columbia University
CHARLES BARTOLET MRS. R. W. HAAG
B.S., Lebanon Valley College A.B., Temple University
GORDON FELLER LOIS LONG
H17stor'y, Problems of Democracy - Biology
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B.S., Temple University B.S., Susquehanna University B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College
ROBERT EDGAR DORIS JENKINS
History Home Economics
A.B., Lafayette College B.A., Park College
M.A., Harvard University
B.S., Rider College
B.S., University of Pennsylvania
MRS. J. F. KNECHT. R. N. EMMA YUKNA
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First row: KARCH, FRAT'l'AI.I, P. YOUNG, ROTH, NIKLES, BRODY, D. HOCH, MOORE. '
Second row: MORGAN. RUTH, MISS SLOAT, BREINIG,
EIJELMAN, KOWALCZK, HOUSER.
Third row: TANSOCK, HESS, MONDSCHEIN, BOERSTLER, MISS CLUTE, MISS NICHOLAS.
Last row: ROTZELL. RAFETTO, HITCHENS, JANDROSITZ,
WALTERS, LAHR, HAGENBUCH,
KROMER, TRACH, DLUGOS.
Jean Boerstler Theresa Nikles Betty Roth
Frances Brody Pauline Karch Jeanne Walters Isabella Lahr Randolph Trach
Doris Hoch William Dlugos
Social Editor Athletic Editors
Phyllis Young LaRue Morgan Joseph Jandrositz
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Muslc Edltors Sophie Kowalczk
Instrumental-Marion Hagenbuch Joke Editor
Vocal-Marie Edelman Quintus Rotzell
Laura Hess Millicent Ruth
Nella Frattali Elizabeth Tansock Ruth Houser
Margaret Mondschein Miriam Breinig Emily Moore
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Like a new invention needing much improvement, We, the class of '41, entered a
new phase of experimentation on a bright September morning in 1938. As sophomores
We were ern-barking on our career in senior high school.
It took us quite some time to settle down and do some work. Later we enjoyed
the Ha1lowe'en party and the purchasing of pennants and emblems.
During our junior year We received our class rings and by that time we began to
feel a relationship toward the seniors. This relationship was solidiiied by the numerous
social functions which ended in a blaze of joy at the Prom. A
But as inventions are improved speedily, the senior year found us improving in
our attitude toward extra class activities. '
"What a Life", our senior play, the "Comet", the Prom, at which We were the
guests of the junior class, and the Ha11oWe'en, Thanksgiving, and Christmas parties
were the outstanding events.
Now after all this experimentation and hard labor, We are practically finished
with our high school years. Although some of us may go to other institutions, none of
us will ever forget the three happy years at N. H. S-
GERALD ARNOLD "F0clde'r',
Now or never is "Fodder's" attitude towards German
which is his Waterloo. Tallness accounts for his participating
in the half mile for track, while accuracy gives him the
qualities of a good basketball player. Gerald's main indoor
recreation is dancing, which he does very well.
Track C23 C33, Assistant Manager C133 Blue and White
Orchestra C13 C23, Science Club C135 Band C13g Glee Club
C23, Gym Exhibition C33.
WINIFRED ARNOLD "Winnie"
This pert little miss comes from Stockertown. "Winnie's"
quiet nature is not deceiving, for she is a taciturn person.
Unlike most girls, she enjoys doing housework which is her
hobby. Besides this, "Winnie" enjoys studying or going to
Basketball C13g Glee Club C13g Operetta C13, Blue and
White Standard, Typist C23g Commercial Club C33.
GERALD BATT "Sli'm',
"Oxford 0100l'-no other than Mr. Ferguson of the senior
play, known to his friends as "Slim", As one of the class
cut-ups, Gerald has provoked many a laugh from his class-
mates. Hie is also well-known for his musical ability, both
instrumental and vocal. Perhaps someday we'll be listening
to band maestro Gerald, because he hopes to be a famous
musician in the future.
Forum C13 C23 C333 Science Club C23, President C33g A
Cappella Choir C13 C23, President C33g Glee Club C13 C23,
Secretary and Treasurer C33g Student Librarian C13 C23 C333
Operetta C13, Music Festival C23g Operetta C33g Dramatic
Club C13 C23 C33g Blue and White Orchestra C13 C23, Senior
Play, Major C33.
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JOHN BECK "Becky',
For an interesting story, see John who knows them all.
Although out late some nights, "Becky's" sleep is made up on
Saturdays, Qundays, and holidays. He gets along in all sub-
jects except English. His main ambition is Walking his girl
friend to and from school.
Class Basketball C13 C235 Craft Club CID.
MURRAY BERNSTEIN "Be'rnstein"'
A tall, husky fellow with black curly hair is Murray who
hailed from California. He probably wanted to get a diploma
from a good school, at least, that's what we think. Although
not an exceptional student, his humor marks him as one who
is easy to get along with. He puts in a lot of time for teachers
after 3:30, but Bernstein is a good basketball player.
Track C353 Class Basketball 137.
ROBERT BITZ ffgitziev
The eighth Wonder of the world would be "Bitzie" study-
ing during the fifteen minute periods. Watch those bandanas,
girls, for there's "Bitzie" at his tricks. Although a commercial
student, he is more interested in sports than in his chosen
Football, Assistant Manager C113 Basketball, Assistant
Manager CD, Manager 125, Athletic Association C2b.
ELAINE BLAKE "Skeeball',
A chubby lass with blonde hair and blue eyes. Could that
be "Skeeball" buried in a chemistry book? We wonder why
she's so fond of it. However, we do know that Elaine enjoys
music, and is a member of the Glee Club and A Cappella
Basketball C15 C25 C35g Baseball C15 C25 C35gVol1ey Ball
C35g Gym Exhibition C25, Dramatic Club C35g Forum Club
C35g Science Club C355 Glee Club C15 C255 A Cappella
Choir C15 C255 Operetta C15, Music Festival C253 Senior
Play, Minor C35.
DOROTHY BOYER "Dot',
The lass with the friendly smile, "Dot" no less. She seems
JEAN BOERSTLER "Jake"
"How-do-you-do?" This is Mrs. Aldrich of "What a Life"
fame. This chubby lass is always wearing a happy smile and
ready to burst into giggles at any moment. Jean is faithful
to her studies as well as to that "certain person".
Dramatic Club C15 C25 C355 Glee Club C25 C35, Secretary
C15, Baseball C15 C253 Forum C35g Hockey C15 C25g Basket-
ball C15 C25 C35g Blue and White Standard C15 C25 C355 A
Cappella Choir C15 C25 C355 Volley Ball C15 C25 C35gComet
Staff, Associate Editor C35g Senior Play, Major C355 Music
Festival C253 Operetta C15 C353 Student Council, Treasurer
C159 Class President C153 Gym Exhibition C15 C25.
to like school and may be seen at school dances, but her
other interests center around the metropolis of Northampton.
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Who's that good looking fellow from Stockertown? Why,
it's none other than Breidinger who has mastered the art of
blushing. Russell likes all languages except English. I-Lis in-
terest in science will no doubt be a help to him in his chosen
field of aviation.
Science Club 125 135
WILLIAM BREIDINGER "Bill"
Toot! 'Tootl Ta, ta!-that must be "Bill" practicing his
trumpet or trombone. He enjoys all forms of music, partic-
ularly instrumental. He is an excellent chemistry student
and comprises one-half of the team, "Deily and Breidingern
Whose headquarters is the "chem, lab."
Glee Club 115 125 135, A Cappella Choir 135, Operetta
115 135, Music Festival 1255 Band 115 125, President 135,
Orchestra 115, Secretary 125, Blue and White Orchestra 1153
Brass Choir 125 135, Science Club 125 135g Dramatic
Club, Secretary 135, Forum Club, Secretary 135, Class
President 115, Class Treasurer 1255 Class Historian 135,
Student Council 1155 Senior Play, Major 1355 Blue and
White Standard 125, Co-Editor 135.
MIRIAM BREINIG M zm
Serious, studious, and dependable, describe Mlm to a T.
She is interested in commercial subjects, and does her duties
well. Although Miriam usually is very quiet, her funny-bone
sometimes gets the best of her and the wittiness that bubbles
forth can be surpassed by few.
Commercial Club 125 135, Blue and White Standard,
Typist 125 1353 Comet, Typist 135.
FRANCES BRODY "Brody"
Here we have "Miss Pike" of the senior play. "Brody"
enjoys public speaking, and is a member of the Forum. In
her sophomore year, she participated in the Oratorical Con-
test. Did you hear music? It's only Frances playing the
piano, her favorite pastime.
Forum C15 C25 C35g Dramatic Club C15 C25g Orchestra,
Secretary C15, Oratorical Contest C15, Basketball C25g Blue
and White Standard, Joke Editor C155 Glee Club C25 C35g
A Cappella Choir C35g Music Festival C25g Operetta C3.5g
Senior Play, Minor C35g Comet Staff C35g Student Librarian
C13 C23 C35-
Gym Exhibition C25 .
ROY BUSS "BusSy"
If you see a bunch of girls in "Bussy's" "Chevy", just look
in the midst of them and there you'll find Roy. But even with
a load of girls, "B'ussy" does good work. His love for science
has listed him as one of the most active members of the Sci-
ence Club. Far above this is his interest in a certain girl who
comes from Tatamyg naturally, we vvouldn't know her name.
Track C15, Commercial Club C15, Science Club C25 C355
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JOYCE BUCCHI "Bucchi"
Chatter! Chatter! Chatter! It's no other than "Bucchi".
Need a friend? Joyce will come to your aid. 7: 30 a. m. means
out-of-bed for most students, but band rehearsal for "Buc-
chi" and her clarinet. Joyce is also an eager participant in all
Band C15 C25 C35g Science Club C253 Commercial Club
C25, President C35g Hockey, Captain C15 C25 C353 Basketball
C15, Captain C25 C355 Baseball C15, Captain C25g Volley Ball
C15, Captain C25 C355 Blue and White Standard, Typist C35g
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LIVIO CLARONI "LCC"
"Heads up" shouts "Lee" as he plays short-stop on a
"quick get up" baseball team. Having few extra-curricular
activities, Livio takes the shoe leather express for Hecktown
at 4 o'clock each day.
Glee Club C135 Track C13g Baseball C33.
GRACE COLVER "G'racie',
Click! Click! Click! That's Grace pounding away on the
typewriter. Besides doing her share as typist for the Blue
and White Standard, "Gracie" is active in the Commercial
and Glee Clubs. Brown hair, brown eyes, and a pleasant '
smile add to her attractiveness. S
Commercial Club C13 C23 C335 Operetta C13 C23 C33g Blue
and White Standard, Typist C335 Glee Club C13 C23 C33.
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WILLIAM DEUTSCH "Sh0rty',
A light haired, blue eyed short chap is "Shorty", William
spends much time at the "Y" setting up pins for bowlers.
Swimming and football are his favorite sports.
Baseball, Assistant Manager C13 C235 Class Basketball C23
WILLIAM DLUGOS ffmggyv
William is noted for his freckles and his fondness for
drawing. "Figgy's" extraordinary artistic talent has aided
in the production of the "Comet". Even though he sketches
during classes, he doesn't neglect his school work.
Comet, Art Editor C35 .
FLORENCE DREBERT "Flossief"
"Flossie" hails from far-away Alaska. If silence were gold-
. en, Florence would be wealthy. Regardless of her quietness,
ELIZABETH DUSINSKI "Bet15yU
, "Betty" possesses naturally wavy hair that makes the girls
envious when the weather is damp. She is usually quiet and
ladylike, but, like everyone else, enjoys fun and laughter
when the occasion arises. The opposite sex and social func-
tions are "Betty's" pet aversionsg at least we're led to be-
lieve this is the case.
Hockey C15 C25g Volley Ball Cl5g Basketball C15 C25g
Baseball C153 Glee Club C153 Oratorical Contest C155 Blue
and White Standard, Co-Editor C255 Student Librarian C15
C25 C353 Forum C15, President AC25, Vice President C35.
Glee Club C353 Forum C35.
she is a competent worker and can always be depended upon
to do her share. Anything having to do with home econom-
ics is a favorite with her and she hopes to make it her career.
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t Dark hair, brown eyes, and a slender figure spells Edna!
She is without doubt one of our best forwards on the bas-
C ketball team and can make a basket quicker than greased
t lightning. Besides sports, she is one of Mrs. Greiner's short-
A Baseball C23 C33g Volley Ball C33g Commercial Club C23.
MARIE EDELMAN ' "Marie"
Small and rather seriousg big brown eyes and sandy hair-
Marie, of course. Though she comes from Hecktown she
finds time to participate in school activities. Marie spends
her spare time indulging in her hobby, piano playing. She
displays further musical interest as a member of the Glee
Club and A Cappella Choir.
Class Vice President C133 Glee Club C13 C23 C333 Oper-
etta C13 C333 Music Festival C23g A Cappella Choir C335
Dramatic Club C235 Volley Ball C233 Comet Staff, Vocal
Music Editor C33. .1
EDITH ENGLER "Edie"
Edith's giggle and blush are almost equal to her sister's.
Her friendly nature has won for her many friends. Edith's
spare time is spent reading or teasing Gladys. Interested
in commercial studies, she plans to enter business college
ball C23g Volley Ball C23. '
Commercial Club C13 C23 C335 Dramatic Club C23g Base-
GLADYS ENGLER "Gladdy"
Blush, Blush. Boy! That blush of "Gladdy's" certainly
makes Mr. Tomato look anemic. Together with her frequent
blushes, Gladys has a keen sense of humor which she dis-
plays many times a day. She is also the baby of the senior
class and is very often treated accordingly.
Commercial Club C15 C25 C333 Baseball 125.
Commercial Club C27 CBJ .
Quietness is one of Ruth's chief virtues- Maybe others
could profit by her example. Ruth's industriousness produces
good results in commercial work. ls it a hook or a crook?
It's only Ruth practicing her shorthand.
WILMER FEHNEL "WilmeT,'
Hobby No. 1-eating. Wilmer would rather eat than sleep.
When winter comes, Wilmer's bicycle has a vacation. What
would the girls do Without his teasing? Wilmer hopes to
become a ministerg maybe that's why he is so talkative.
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ROSE FERRARO "Rose"
One minute before the buzzer and there goes Rose hurry-
ing down the hall to do some last minute business. As man-
ager of the magazine campaign, Rose has shown her keen
business sense. She is also an active member of the glee club,
dramatic club, and the Forum. If you're looking for Rose,
better try the gym as she's interested in all sports.
Basketball 113 123, Manager 133g Baseball 113 123 133g
Volley ball 1233 Hockey 113 123 133g Dramatic Club 113 123
133g Glee Club 113 123 1335 Operetta 113 133, Commercial
Club 113 123 133g Forum 123 133, Blue and White Standard,
Assistant Business Manager 113 123, Manager 1333 Magazine
Campaign, Publicity Manager 123, Business Manager 1333
Athletic Council 133g Student Librarian 113 123 133.
RUTH FISHER "Fishery
'Who's that dark haired, lively little soul from Room 25?
Yes, you guessed it. It's none other than "Fisher", Ruth is
very fond of basketball and makes a good forward. Besides
basketball, this vivacious senior is quite interested in skating.
Dramatic Club 113 123g Glee Club 1135 Color Guard 133g
Oratorical Contest 133, Hockey 123 1335 Volley ball 113 123
133, Basketball 113 123 133, Baseball 113 123g Gym Exhibi-
tion 113 123
BERTHA FOCHT "Be1'17',
Team! Team! Team! It's Bertha spurring Nazareth on to
victory. Besides reading many romances, Bertha spends much
time in the company of a certain junior on the varsity bas-
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NELLA FRATTALI -' "Nella,"
Hair black as a raven's '
Dark brown eyes
A pleasant personality- Q
Mix above ingredients together and we have Nella. Nella
is musically inclined, for she belongs to the Glee Club and
A Cappella Choir. Sports also play an important part in her
busy life. That Nella is industrious and eager to learn, is
well proved by her grades.
Hockey C155 Basketball C15 C25 C353 Baseball C15, Dra-
matic Club C25 C355 Glee Club C15 C25 C35g Commercial
Club C153 Blue and White Standard C15 C25, Comet, Typist
C353 Operetta C15 C25 C35g A Cappella Choir C15 C25 C35.
FRANCES GLOSS "F 'I'a'l1CeS"
VIRGINIA FREE 1 "Ginny,
Dark hair, sparkling brown eyes, and a contagious giggle,
it's no other than "Ginny". A swell pal and friend, she takes
great interest in sports and social activities at Nazareth. Her
romantic interests, however, stray from Nazareth. "Ginny"
aims to be one of those "women in white".
Class Treasurer C35g Athletic Council C255 Hockey C15
C25 C353 Basketball C25 C35g Volley ball C15 C25, Baseball
C15, Manager C253 Class Assistant Secretary-Treausrer C25.
1 2 3' 1 2 3' Pity the poor ne1ghbors-when Frances starts
practicing on her piano. Seriously though, Frances has tal-
ent and practices diligently. Besides this musical interest,
she is also quite an able skater and may some day rival Sonja
Glee Club C15 C25 C35g Commercial Club Cl5 C25 C35g
Operetta C15 C35g Music Festival C25.
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Dark hair, dark eyes, and a flashing smile reveal Marie.
She spends her spare time, in school and out, reading any-
thing from Grace Livingston Hillto Lloyd C. Douglas. This
hobby, however, will come second, when Marie goes into
Volley ball C13 C23 C335 Baseball C13 423 433.
GLADYS GOGEL ' "Gladdy"
Blonde hair, brown eyes, and a pleasant smile-that's
"Gladdy". Gladys hopes to be another Florence Nightingale
and works very hard to accomplish this aim. A great lover
of sports, she has shown her ability by her excellent play-
ing on the hockey team. Besides sports, she is also interested
in the musical side of life and is a faithful member of the
Latin Club C133 Glee Club C23 C333 Music Festival C233
Dramatic Club C33g Basketball C23g Baseball C23, Gym Exhi-
bition 423. h
ESTHER HAFTLE "Haftle"
Football field! Band! Color Guard! Then "Haftle". Brown
eyes and freckles are her chief characteristics. In class, Es-
ther's tiny voice can scarcely be heard, but in sports C? ? ?3
Baseball C23 C333 Basketball C23 C335 Volley Ball C23 C33g
Hockey C33g Gym Exhibition C23 C335 Tennis C33g Color
Guard C33. '
MARIAN HAGENBUCH "Ma7'ia,'n',
Although Marian blushes at the least provocation, she
really isn't bashful, as any of her friends will tell you. She
is an adept trombonist and participates in many instrumental
organizations inside of school and out. Marian's personality
and quiet nature will help her comfort sick patients in her
Band C13 C23 C335 Orchestra C13, Secretary C23g Blue and
White Orchestra C13 C23g Brass Choir C13 C23 C335 Comet,
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DONALD HECKMAN "Mitch,'
Here's "Mitch," a short, bashful but intelligent student.
Commercial subjects are his favorite and stamp collecting is
his major hobby. Delivering papers after school is his chief
reason for the rush to Hecktown at 3:30 each day.
Baseball Assistant Manager C135 Class Basketball C13.
B-londe hair, blue eyes, and a pleasing personality-that's
little Eva. Dramatics and sports are her principal interests.
What's the cause of those blushes, Eva?
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Hereis a young man who's fond of the out-of-doors and
enjoys a good time. Ice skating, baseball, football, and roller
skating are his primary sports while swimming, tennis, and
track are his secondary ones. German usually gives him a
headache, but minor aches are forgotten when he meets one
of his girl friends.
bition 115 125.
LAURA HESS "Laura"
Dark hair, brown eyes, and a trim figure-a happy corn-
bination, familiarly known as Laura, alias "Barbara Pearson"
of senior play fame. Dramatics is Laura's first love- In her
junior year, Laura was the only student to be awarded
membership in the Order of Gregg Artists.
Dramatic ciub 115 125 135, Commercial Club 115 135,
Basketball 115 125 135, Baseball 125, Volley B-all 125 135,
Hockey 125 135, Glee Club 125 135, Music Festival 125,
Science Club 135, Senior Play, Major 135, Comet, Assistant
Business Manager 135, Color Guard 115, Orchestra 115,
Football 115 125, Varsity 135, Track, Varsity 115 125 135,
Class Basketball 115 125 135, Science Club 135, Gym Exhi-
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ROBERT HITCHENS A "Hitchens'i
This tall, broad shouldered lad is one of those individuals
who is able to see the humorous side of life, but, of course,
he has his serious moments, too. As an active member of our
football team, "Hitchens" has been a great help. Robert has
also been an efficient member of the business staff of the
Comet. His greatest desire is to be a resident physician of a
large hospital. A
Football 115 125, Varsity 135, Glee Club 115 125, A Cap-
pella Choir 125, Operetta 115, Music Festival 125, Class
Basketball 115 125 135, Science Club 135, Gym Exhibition
115 125, Comet, Business Manager 135, Class Assistant Sec-
retary and Treasurer 115.
DORIS HOCI-I l "H0chie',
Meet Doris, our Comet artist! Doris, who won first prize in
an art contest sponsored by Lehigh University, was quite
in demand during the production of this book. Not only is
she an artist but also a musician fcr she plays the clarinet
as well as daubs paint. We'll remember her as Miss Eggles-
ton in "What A Life".
Oratorical Contest 1155 Dramatic Club 1155 Band 115 125,
Secretary 1355 Orchestra 1255 Science Club 115 1355 Com--
mercial Club 1155 Comet, Art Editor 1355 Senior Play, Min-
or 1355 Class President 1255 Student Council 1255 Class Sec-
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RUTH HOUSER "Ruth"
Ruth can be recognized by her blush and her giggle. If you
Want to know anything about bookkeeping, just ask this
senior. She also displays ability at speech making in Prob-
Volley B-all 1255 Glee Club 115 125 1355 Commercial Club
115 125 1355 Operetta 1155 Blue and White Standard, Typist
1355 Comet, Typist 1355 Music Festival 125. P
JOSEPH J ANDROSITZ "Ambul',
"Watch that pass", shouts "Arnbul" as he carries the ball
for Nazareth. Besides being our football captain, he is also
an excellent student although a bit shy. His interest in a
certain senior could mean but one thingg however, that's a
Fooball 115 125, Captain 1355 Baseball 125 1355 Class
Basketball, Captain 115 125 1355 Student Council 125, As-
sistant Secretary and Treasurer 1355 Comet Staff, Athletic
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ANDREW KAVCAK "Andy"
Meet Einstein Il, otherwise, just plain "Andy". Andrew is
very interested in science and would rather peer into a test
tube any day than eat. By the way, who is that brown-
eyed senior from Room 29 who interests Andrew so much?
Besides these other interests, Andrew is also very industrious
and tackles his work with great enthusiasm.
Football C25, Varsity C353 Science Club C353 Student
Council C15 C25.
PAULINE KARCH "P0lly,'
Rather quiet and demure in the beginning of her high
school career, "Polly" has now become one of our most pop-
ual belles. Her sparkling blue eyes and dimpled smile have
helped brighten many a dull moment. "Polly's" eificiency
and willingness should help to make her "somebody's
Blue and White Standard C25 C35g Dramatic Club C255
Volley Ball C35g Baseball C25 C355 Basketball C25 C35g Class
Secretary C253 Gym Exhibition C253 Comet C3-5.
ROBERT KECK "KeckyU
Peek into the Lab-it's "Kecky", developing pictures. This
young chap helped to make our football team successful.
What does "Kecky" do with his spare time? Maybe a certain
senior could enlighten us.
Football C15, Varsity C25 C35 g Basketball C15, Varsity C255
Track C15g Science Club C355 Gym Exhibition C15 C25 C35.
ELTON KELCHNER "Kelly','
Tall, dark, and handsome-that describes "Kelly" to a T.
Elton has a wild craving for mischief, which sometimes
brings trouble to the inventor. Besides being interested in
sports, drarnatics and vocal music, he has another interest.
Don't rush him, girlsg he has plenty of dances left.
Football C15 C25 C355 Craft Club C15 C355 Dramatic Club
C25 C355 Science Club C25 C35.
I JUNE KELLOW
"Fight, fight! Yea team!" This petite cheerleader is June.
Always a smile and plenty of pep describes her. June has a
knack of wearing snappy clothes, and is one of the best
dressed girls in the class.
Volley Ball C15 C25 C355 Baseball C15 C255 Cheerleader
C15 C25 C355 Forum C15, Secretary C25, Treasurer C355 Op-
eretta C15 C355 Music Festival C255 Senior Play, Minor C355
Dramatic Club C355 A Cappella Choir C15 C25 C355 Gym Ex-
hibition C15 C25 C355 Glee Club C15 C25 C355 Science Club
EDGAR KERN "Ke'r'n.ie',
"I'l1 see you at 3:30," is a statement "Kernie" hears fre-
quently. Trigonometry and English are his two stumbling
blocks. He's a comical fellovif Who's sure to be the spirit of
any party and Whose- hobby is forgetting to do his lessons.
Forum C355 Science Club C35.
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Do-Re-Mi-Fa-So. Yes, it's Fleda entertaining C?3 her
friends with her singing. Besides her accomplishments in
music, this brown-eyed las-sie is very interested in ice
skating. Wilson Borough also takes up very much of her time,
but of course We Wouldn't know Why.
Choir C13 C23 C33
ELIZABETH KNECHT "Bett'y,'
Tlhis miss, with blonde hair and brown eyes, has a quiet
manner but it is deceptive, for she possesses a giggle heard
frequently. "Betty" Works hard at her job on the Blue and
White Staff as well as at other tasks. Why are you so much
interested in military academies, "Betty"?
Blue Sz White Standard C23, Circulation Manager C333
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Sophie hopes to make music her career and has made a
good start. She is an expert accordian player and is very
active in the band, orchestra, glee club, A Cappella Choir,
and was a member of the Eastern District High School
Chorus. Sophie was our colored girl, Mary, in the senior
Band C13, Treasurer C23 C33g Orchestra C13 C23, B-lue Sz
White Orchestra C13 C235 Blue 8a White Standard, Assistant
Circulation Manager C13 C23 C33g A Cappella Choir C23 C33g
Glee Club C23 C333 Music Festival C23g Operetta C335 Dra-
matic Club C13 C33g Senior Play, Minor C335 Comet, Photog-
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DOROTHY KRATZER "DOW
Giggling in Room 25? Must be "Dot" for it is her chief
diversion. She goes out for sports in a big way and is at her
best as guard on Ruth's basketball team. Dot's ambition is
to have 90 per cent on her report card in Problems, but
being a member of the Forum Club proves that she is inter-
ested in the subject as well as the grade. She is also very
familiar with the art of blushing- Proof? Ask her about Tat-
Commercial Club C15 C25 C35g Glee Club C25 C353 Blue
8a White Standard C25 C35g Forum C35g Hockey C25 C35g Vol-
ley Ball C15 C25 C35g Basketball C15 C25 C355 Baseball C155
Music Festival C25, Operetta C353 Gym Exhibition C15 C25
VIRGINIA KRATZER "Ginny"
Studious "Ginny" has a personality hard to beat. As she is
interested in commercial work, she hopes to become some-
one's secretary. We think, however, some other interest will
Commercial Club C15 C25 C359 Glee Club C25 C353 Bas-
ketball C15 C25, Volley Ball C15, Baseball C15, Gym Exhi-
bition C15g Music Festival C25, Operetta C35.
What a speed demon! But not with a car. Llewellyn has
proved his speed in shorthand by writing over ai hundred
words a minute, Nine chances out of ten, Krorner's name
will be on the honor roll. And why not! Llewellyn studies
and achieves some of the highest grades in his class.
Commercial Club C15 C25 C35g Glee Club C15 C25 C35g
A Cappella Choir C35g Operetta C15 C25 C35g Comet, Typist
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"Becky". But "Betty" is also interested in sports, and par- ..
ticipates in most of them. She would make an attractive pic-
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ISABELLA LAHR "Issy"
Bronze hair, a cheery smile, and a pleasing personality.
Add it up and you have Isabella. This industrious individual
is quite interested in Commercial subjects, and fares Well
in them. Skating is quite a favorite pastime for her and also
that certain person from Bethlehem.
Commercial Club C15, Secretary C353 Glee Club C15 C255
Operetta Cl5g Music Festival C25, Blue Sz White Standard,
Typist C25 C355 Senior Play, Prompter C353 Oratorical Con-
test C25g Class Secretary C15 C255 Magazine Campaign, Man-
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RAYMOND LIN DEN MOYER "Sh0ve'l'm0'u,th"
That Raymond is one of the class jesters everyone seems
to agree. This jolly individual is very much unlike the grave
Mr. Patterson in "What A Life". All his spare time is de-
voted to his hobby, science. As one of Nazareth's cheer-
leaders, Raymond helps to rally school spirit. Besides this,
Raymond is very much devoted to the opposite sex.
Science Club- C15 C25, Vice President C355 Class Vice
President C35g Senior Play, Major C355 Dramatic Club C355
Track C35g Class Basketball C25 C35g Cheerleader C35.
ELWOOD MANN "W00dy',
Meet "Woody", a shy blond chap who usually is seen with
Trachey. Since he must catch the only Moorestown bus at
4 o'clock, Elwood hasn't any time for extra class activities.
Otherwise it would mean "thumbs up" in order to get home.
Track C255 Class Basketball C3Jg Gym Exhibition C3J.
That "silence is golden" must be "Dot's" favorite proverb,
for she is one of Stockertown's few taciturn people. Her in-
terests lie in the commercial field and her ambition is to be
a bookkeeper. In spite of this, she finds time for her hobby,
Commercial 'Club C15 C23 C335 Glee Club C155 Operetta
Track C15 C2j, Varsity C353 Science Club C3l.
Calling X Y Z! Calling X Y Z! It's none other than "Mar-
shy" tinkering around his radio again. Besides radio, Ber-
nard enjoys track. This quiet individual is considered an all-
P. S. He can, however, be a terrible pesky person.
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A giggle and then a loud crash from the "lab", It must be
"Millie". Besides breaking equipinent in chemistry and hav-
ing a good time in French, "Millie" enjoys dancing. She
hopes to be one of those "whiteluniform" girls.
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DONALD MERTZ "Me'rtZ"
Three cheers, he made a basket! lt's "Mertz" playing his
favorite game, basketball. In addition to parading the halls
a great deal, Donald's specialty is talking. Perhaps that is
Why he frequently is in trouble.
Class Basketball C19 C27 C393 Track, Assistant Manager
C155 Baseball C2Jg Football C2J.
MIRIAM MEYER "Mim1l',
Giggle! Giggle! It's just "Mimi" coming down the hall. She
and Betty are discussing their latest boy friends. Sewing
and cooking are Miriam's pet hobbies. .The A Cappella
Choir also has a special attraction.
Orchestra C13 C253 Forum C11 C3J, Treasurer C2Jg Com-
mercial Club Cljg Dramatic Club C2J, Treasurer C3Jg Glee
Club C2J, Librarian C3Dg A Cappella Choir C23 C3Jg Gym
Exhibition C2Jg Operetta C315 Music Festival C2D.
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CHARLES MIKOVITZ "Mickey,'
"Participle or gerund, aw, they just don't make sense." At
least, that's the Way "Mickey" thinks. If you Want Charles
as a friend, just "stick up" for the Detroit Tigers, his favor-
ite baseball team.
ant Business Manager C2D.
EVELYN MITMAN "E'uely11P
This young lady has a pleasing sense of humor, which she
has especially displayed in French class. Evelyn is domes-
tically inclined with a yen for cocking and sewing. Her abil-
ity With the needle has helped her to make many of her
Glee Club C2Jg Music Festival CZD.
Serious, diligent, and industrious-that's Arlene. Her eag-
erness to learn has been of great value to her during her
years at school. This dark haired, pleasant lassie is very
well known for her ability to help a friend when affairs go
Commercial Club Clj C23 C333 Glee Club C23 C3Jg Oper-
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collecting parts is his hobby.
industrious, this lanky fellow is
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mbbile parts, see "Eddie", for
Tap! Tap! It's "Mitman" finishing a piece of woodwork.
I Helen also has talent in art. An all-around good sport is
Heleng however, she enjoys boys' sports best.
Craft Club C23, Secretary-Treasurer C333 Volley Ball C23
C335 Baseball C33g Blue and White Standard C13. ,
IBesides being reliable and
Ia good basketball player.
MARGARET MON DSCHEIN "MaTga'ret"
Dependability and efficiency make Margaret quite an un-
usual person. This blue eyed senior is quite an able dancer.
Although she is usually very serious, sometimes it is im-
possible for her to chain down that hidden wittiness and
when it does break free it certainly causes a riot among the
Student Librarian C13 C23 C33g Commercial Club C13 C23
C33g Volley Ball C13 C23 C33g Baseball C13g Comet, Typist
C335 Gym Exhibition C13 C23.
C HELEN MITMAN "Mitma'nf,
EMILY MOORE - "Emily"
Zoom! Don't be alarmed3 it's just Emily whizzing by on her
roller skates. Skating is Emily's principal love. In school
Emily is always busy, either talking, writing chewing gum,
or typing for the Blue and White.
Blue and White Standard, Typist 125 1353 Commercial
Club 1353 Comet, Typist 135.
Sparkling, happy, fun-loving "Morgan", She is active in
nearly all sports, but her favorite is basketball. Her slim
figure seems to be wherever it is needed at precisely the
right moment. But her ability is not limited to athletics
aloneg she is gifted with a unique style of writing which has
been revealed through her work on the Blue and White
Hockey 1253 Volley Ball 115 135, Captain 1253 Basketball
135, Captain 115 1253 Baseball 115 1253 Gym Exhibition 115
1253 Science Club 1353 Blue and White Standard 125 1353
Class Secretary 1353'Comet Stai 1353 Color Guard 125 135.
BERTHA MUCHA "Ducky"
Two guesses who the smallest senior is. Right the first
time. It's none other than Bertha. Despite her size Bertha
is quite an active individual in sports, especially basketball.
By the way, "Ducky", where did you get the nickname?
Dramatic Club 115 1253 Hockey 1253 Baseball 115 1253
Basketball 115 125, Manager 1353 Volley Ball 125.
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Mary has a seemingly quiet mature, but, given an oppor-
tunity, she displays remarkable, ability in giggling and chat-
tering. Always a good student, Mary aims to be on the honor
Dramatic Club 415, Commercial Club Q25 C335 Volley
B-all C29 C3Dg Gym Exhibition1q23g Baseball 435. '
WILLIAM NACE "Bill:'
That he's bashful is one's first impression of "Bill". How-
ever, one soon changes this opinion after listening to his
continual chatter. Bill will argue about anything, anywhere,
anytime. His chief interest is football.
Class Basketball 419 gap, Forum 4235 science Cub 437.
WILLIAM N EIGH "Wi'mpy',
"Wimpy's" combination of a laugh and a giggle can't be
equaled, either in volume or quality, in any modern high
school. His leisure time in school is spent Wandering around
the halls or library or reporting for teachers. Out of school
"Wimpy" spends his time filling cars at a gas station.
BARBARA N EUNER "Bobby,'
"Let's give a Yea Team." It's "Bobby", head cheerleader,
before the Wilson game. Pep, vim, and vigor-"Bobby's"
cheerleading characteristics. In the senior play, she was the
music teacher, "Miss Wheeler". Warble! Warble! Not a robin
or a thrush, just blue-eyed Barbara, the songbird in "The
Count and the Coed."
Glee Club C13 C23, Vice President C335 Operetta C133
Music Festival C235 Dramatic Club C13, Secretary C23, Pres-
ident C33g Senior Play, Major C33, Athletic Council C13 C23,
Volley Ball, Manager C13, Basketball, Manager C233 Stu-
dent Council C13 C33, Secretary C23, Cheerleader C13 C23,
Head C333 A Cappella Choir C13 C23 C333 Blue and White
.Standard C13g Class Secretary C33, Baseball C3 .
LENA PERNA "Lena"
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THERESA NIKLES "Terry"
A flashing smile, twinkling blue eyes, and a pleasing per-
sonality make "Terry" a very popular girl. She is very stu-
dious and need never fear the day when report cards come
around. Lucky girl! We hear that a certain person and
"Terry" keep the postman quite busy.
Hockey C13, Basketball C13 C235 Volley Ball C133 Baseball
C135 Commercial Club C13 C23g Blue and White Standard
C23, Associate Editor C33, Comet Staff, Associate Editor C333
Gym Exhibition C13 C23.
Usually Lenas VOICE matches her stature which is very
small, but on special occasions she turns on "volume"- Lena
has a very special interest in Bangor and the National
Guard. We wonder why.
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ALTHEA PETERS "Altheah
- "Love me, Love my roller skates," is Althea's favorite
cry. Besides her love for skating, she is also very interested
in collecting stamps. Quiet, shy, and industrious she goes
about doing her daily duties with a cheerful smile. Also this
brown haired, brown-eyed senior is quite interested in a
certain junior. Who? Um-m that would be telling.
Commercial Club C15 C25.
HERBERT RAFETTO 4 "He'rbie',
"I-Iey! Joe, vvhat'a ya know?" is our efficient Comet editor's
favorite greeting to everyonel "Herbie's" ambition is to be-
come an engineer. With his high scholastic standing, his
leadership, and his pleasing personality, he is sure to reach
his goal. l
Class Historian C155 Clasg President C25 C353 Student
Council C35, Vice President iC25g Gym Exhibition C15 C25g
Tennis Tournament C15 C25 iC35g Class Basketball C15 C25
C353 Oratorical Contest C3535 Science Club, Treasurer C355
Football C15 C25, Varsity C3k5g Track C15 C25, Comet, Edi-
tor-in-Chief C35 .
ROBERT RINEHART "Rinehart"
A free night, a car, and a dark-haired senior are all Rob-
ert needs for a good time. Being interested in science and
mathematics, he thinks his future will be based on engin-
cering or aeronautics.,
Football C15 C25, Craft Club C15.
ADA RISSMILLER "Ada"
Curly brown hair
A dash of brown eyes
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Then season with a flashing smile
Presto! We have Ada.
This cheery person is well liked by all, especially that cer-
tain blond senior from room 29. Ada is quite interested in
commercial subjects and in sports. N
Basketball C15 C25 C35g Volley Ball C15 C25 C353 Hockey
C355 Science Club C15, Assistant Treasurer C25g Commercial
Club C15, Secretary C25g Band, Color Guard C25.
BESSIE ROCCO "Be1:sieU
This dark haired, energetic lass hails from Belfast. As she
is fond of dancing, swimming, and skating, sports occupy
most of her spare time. Bessie does her bit for the orchestra
as a violinist. She and her double, Frances, spend every noon
out town. What's the answer, Bessie?
Glee Club Cl C25 C353 Commercial Club C15 C25 C35g Mu-
sic Festival C25g Orchestra C 15 C25g Basketball C15.
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CLIFFORD ROHN "Cliff,
Mention music and "Cliff" appears on the scene, for it's his
meat and drink. Membership in the band, orchestra, Brass
Choir, Glee Club, and A Cappella Choir all show his
musical ability. Without neglecting his- music, Clifford man-
ages to see his numerous girlfriends frequently.
Band C15 C25 C35g Glee Club C355 A Cappella Choir C353
Operetta C353 Senior Play, Minor C35g Orchestra C15 C25.
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BETTY ROTH ' "C0z',
Giggle, giggle-is that "Cdz" we hear? Laughing merrily
with never a Worry or a care, "Coz" drifts along. Betty,
however, does have a serious side, for she can apply herself
and do a good piece of work..
Glee Club C15 127, Secretary-Treasurer 433, Operetta QU,
Major f3Jg Music Festival QZJQ A Cappella Choir C15 Q27
135g Dramatic Club C25 133g Comet Staif, Associate Editor
439, Class vice-president gif 429, Seniijlay, Major 439.
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Kelchner. This young man is an
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sports, he does a lot of studying,
honor roll just to take up space.
Dark eyes, curly hair, and an engaging grin-that's Alex.
Though he comes from Moorestown, Alex finds time to play
in Nazareth's band. When not in school, Alex goes hunting
and he frequently brings home the bacon.
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MILLICENT RUTH A "Mitzie"
"Mitzie" is quiet and reserved in school, but you should
hear her outside. Her ability in baseball, hockey, and bas-
ketball has helped pull her team out of many tight spots. Her
commendable sportsmanship and spunk have been exhibited
when she captained various teams. "lVIitzie's" high scholastic
standing and athletic ability should help her attain her goal
of physical education instructor.
Hockey 125 135, Volley ball 115 125, Captain 135, Bas-
ketball 115 125, Captain 135, Baseball, Captain 115 125,
Gym Exhibition 115 125, Science Club 135, Student Council
135, Comet, Assistant Business Manager 135, Color Guard
HAROLD SCHAEFER "Schaefe'r,'
"Did you do your German?" Yes, it's Harold who wants
to know why German is in the curriculum. Outside of school,
he enjoys sports and goes hiking at times. His quiet manner
is often times deceiving for he enjoys a good time.
Gym Exhibition 115 125 135, Football 125.
ELVIN RUTT ffguttyv
Crack! They're off. In the lead is "Rutty" who can cover
100 yards in 10.7 seconds.. Although not always a winner,
Elvin makes a good attempt. Roy Buss, Elvin's traveling
companion, provides the car for transportation for these
twins to and from school.
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"Well, this is what I think." lt's only "Schrammy", giv-
ing his viewpoint on some question. What would Nazareth
High have done Without "Schrammy" as its tackle? Ollhoff's
rosy cheeks are envied by all the girls.
Football 425 qspg 'rl-ack 415 qzy 437.
KENNETH SHIFFERT "Shifty"
"Shifty" has proved himself an eflicient football player,
and, if We look into his personal interests, We find that he's
also an excellent roller skater. His chief interest is science
and his attitude toward the girls is "variety is the spice of
Football 435. l
BENJAMIN SHIMER "Berk,
Bang! Bang! Yes,,it's "Ben" after those poor deer again
with "shootin' iron". ls that the reason for his frequent visits
i to the office With excuses for absences? Benjamin has lit-
, tle interest in school except Popular Mechanics magazines
l that he borrows from the library.
Track 1.35 .
CHARLES SHUPP "Shuppy'J
"How about a ride?" "Shuppy" has thumbs up and so he
must be hitch-hiking again. At times Charles believes in
"being seen but not heard," but at other times C? '? ?5
Basketball, Assistant Manager C15 C255 Science Club C255
Class Basketball C35.
BESSIE SMITH "Bess"
Quiet, dependable, and pleasant-that's Bessie! Always
ready, willing, and able to help someone out of a tight spot.
Out of school, however, she is an all around fun-loving
lassie. Skating is her favorite sport and hobby,, and she feels
quite at home on ice. Besides skating and lessons, sports
take up quite a space in her busy schedule.
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PAUL SIEGFRIED Dizzy
Ha! Ha! Ho! Ho!-those deep sonoi ous chortles came from
none other than "Dizzy He is one of the funnlest boys 1n
the class and is sure to bring a laugh whenever he is around
"Dizzy" is also interested in dramatics and will be remem
bered for his portrayal of Mr Patterson in the senior play
Science Club C15 C25 Secietary C35 Forum Club C35
Dramatic Club C353 Track C15 Glee Club Secretary C35
A Cappella Choir C355 Operetta C35 Senior Play Magor C35
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Short, blond, and handsome is "Snuffy" Whose main ambi-
tion is to be an airplane pilot or mechanic. Although having
few outside activities, Harold has proved himself a good
commercial student. This young man has little or no interest
in girls except, of course, that tall brunette from Chapmans.
J ACOB- SOFFERA b "Jake"
With a "Beep! Beep!" on his clarinet, "Jake" comes into
view. He is interested in anything that pertains to music.
Jacob's friendliness and good nature are revealed by his
cheery "Hello", Yes, We agree that junior high has some
interesting girls. .
Track C11 C213 Band CD C23 CBJQ Glee Club C153 Com-
mercial Club Clb C25 C3Dg Senior Play 135g Orchestra C13
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l SHIRLEY STARK Shzrley
Here comes Shirley! Swinging nonchalantly down the hall
on her way to the library. This sandy haired, blue eyed senior
is quite interested in the opposite sex and her choices are
as changeable as the moon. She is also fond of dancing and
school work UD.
Basketball C253 Hockey C25 1355 Gym Exhibition 123.
THOMAS STAUFFER "Tom'my',
This tall, lanky fellow hails from Ohio. "Tommy's" wavy,
red hair is the envy of many of the girls. He contradicts that
old saying, red hair-hot temper, for "Tommy's" disposition
is one of the sunniest.
MERLIN STEED "SpOkey',
Roller skating or movies! It probably will be a draw. How-
ever, roller skating usually comes first for "Spokey", be-
cause there're more of those cut-well, interesting girls, at
the rink. Movies, where two solid hours of comfort can be
enjoyed, are next in Merlin's line. Third is his pleasure in
' playing in the band. '
Band C15 C23 Q3Jg Orchestra C15 C235 Track, Assistant
ANNA STEINMETZ b "Stei'rL'metZ',
Always a twinkle in her eye and a smile for everyone-
that's "Steinmetz". Her greatest ambition is to become a
nurse. Anna, with her good humor and cheerful disposition,
should certainly be able to cheer any patient.
Hockey C2Jg Volley ball 4215 Baseball 127.
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ELIZABETH TANSOCK "Lizzy"
Giggle! Giggle! Yes, Elizabeth and Ada are giggling again.
But in spite of this gay outlook on life, "Lizzy" is very studi-
ous and tackles her lessons with gusts of ambition. This
popular young belle from Bath is also an enthusiastic lover
of sports and can shove that hockey ball through the goal
before you can say "Jack Robinson".
Hockey C25 C35g Volley ball C15 C25 C353 Basketball C25
C35g Baseball C15 C25g Commercial Club C15 C35g Class As-
sistant Secretary-Treasurer C255 Comet, Typist C353 Gym
Exhibition C 15 C25 .
SHIRLEY TAYLOR "Shirley"
Short, dark, with big blue eyes-all these help to identify
Shirley. She has served well as manager of the baseball
team. By the way, we hear that she is very much interested
in Uncle Sam's Army.
Glee Club C15 C25g Commercial Club Cl5g Baseball C15
C25 C353 Basketball C353 Blue 8: White Standard, Typist C25g
Volley ball C15 C25 C35g Gym Exhibition C25.
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CHESTER TEEL ffcheyf
Twinkling brown eyes, wavy brown hair, and an ever-
ready smile contribute greatly to Chester's personality.
Whenever someone wants a committee member, Chester,
because of his willingness to work, is in demand. "Chet's"
chief hobby is teasing the girls.
Student Council C15 C25 C35g Class Basketball C25 C355
Gym Exhibition C15 C35.
EVELYN TEEL "Evelyn"
Look into Room 23 anytime after school, and you'll usually
find Evelyn studying. This litle commercial student enjoys
debating, and belongs to the Forum. We might call Evelyn
the "keeper of the bees", as that is her favorite pastime.
Forum C25 C353 Blue and White Standard C25.
Meet the villain of the senior play, "Randy" Trach. Where-
ever there is fun, "Randy" will be there, for he is known for
his keen sense of humor and his many pranks. His nimble
fingers seem to skim over the typewriter as he is one of our
speed demon typists.
Science Club C253 Senior Play, Major C353 Ccmet Staff C353
Blue Sz White Standard, Typist C353 Dramatic Club C353
Commercial Club C353 Gym Exhibition C15 C25 C353 Class
Treasurer C253 Craft Club C35.
CATHERINE UHLER "Kitty,
Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! It's "Kitty" marching to the tune
of our Alma Mater. Her blonde hair and blue eyes blend
well with her blue and White uniform as she marches with
the band. Catherine is fond of Fords, especially a certain
green one belonging to a junior.
Color Guard C25 C353 Hockey C25, Manager C353 Basket-
ball C15 C25 C353 Glee Club C153 Dramatic Club C153 Com-
mercial Club C15 C25, Vice President C353 Volley Ball C15
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JOHN UN GER 1 "Unger"
John, a quiet conservative student, has an excellent sense
of humor and knows how to "crack" jokes. He specializes in
Problems of Democracy. Of late, the car he drives proves
quite an attraction for the girls.
Assistant Track Manager 123g Track Manager 133.
ELWOOD VOGEL "W00dy,,
"Watch that man," shouts "Woody" as he makes a spec-
tacular block on the football field. Studiousness plus good
sportsmanship are his best traits. This must be the reason
for his having so many friends.
Class Basketball 415 C23 C353 Football C15 C25 135g Sci-
ence Club C3J.
MARYAVA WALKER "Maryava"
A merry giggle issues from the rear of the French class-
roomg Maryava is at it again. This nonchalant girl with a
jaunty air seems to cast sorrow and gloom away. Maryava
is also a proficient violinist.
Orchestra Q15 Q23 g Forum C23 5 Science Club C35 .
J EANN E WALTERS "Jea'nne',
Courteous, serious, accurate, and eiiicient, Jeanne sets to
work with a will. Her capability and willingness to serve
are characteristic of her. Jeanne is rarely seen without her
pal, Shirley, and their infectious giggles can often be heard
echoing along the corridors.
Basketball C15 C25 C35g Baseball C253 Volley Ball C353
Hockey C25 C353 Science Club C25g Comet Staff C35.
MIRIAM WEIANT "Mira"
Miriam's humorous nature is known to few, because she
is very quiet in school. Faithful to Nazareth, she shows it by
attending the games and parties. Her romantic interests,
however, are outside of school.
Dramatic Club C15.
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JANE WERKHEISER "Jane"
This dark-haired gal is a country lass and glad of it. J ane's
quiet, reserved nature and her interest in her work should
help her reach her goal which is to be a bookkeeper. Al-
though Jane is loyal to Nazareth, she has lost her heart to
Easton High School.
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"Screech! Oh you ham!" Yes, it's Nevin teasing the girls
again. This small, blond haired young man is very interested
in acertain somebody from the Bethlehem Pike. Nevin is
not very keen about school work, but he- usually manages
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CATHERINE WERNER "Kitty"
Stop! Better look twice or you'1l miss her. Small, petite,
dusky-hair, and brown eyes make Catherine quite noticeable.
But don't let her size fool you, for Catherine is quite ener-
getic and studious. Quiet as a mouse, she goes about doing
her work cheerfully and faithfully
Class Basketball C15 C21 Commercial Club QD C29
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What would our football team have done without this
hefty left tackle? "Stormy" is seldom seen Without his two
pals, "Fodder" and "Kecky". He is well known for his pranks
and his loquaciousness has cost him many an hour after
Football 117, Varsity Q29 C325 Class Basketball CD C29
PHYLLIS YOUNG "Ph'il',
The tall, slim, alto who represented N. H. S. in the Penn-
sylvania State Educational Association for Chorus Music at
Carlyle is "Phil," Her heart was carried away by a former
graduate. Nevertheless she still takes an interest in extra
class activties, as is shown by her participation in various
clubs. "Phil" is particularly fond of dramatics and effective-
ly portrayed the competent secretary, Miss Shea, in "What
Operetta C15 C355 Music Festival C25, Glee Club C15 C25,
President C35, A Cappella Choir C25 C35g Dramatic Club
C15 C255 Senior Play, Major C35, Student Council C15, Treas-
urer C25, B-lue Sz White Standard C25, Commercial Club C155
Basketball C15 C25 C35g Comet C35, Class Assistant Secre-
tary and Treasurer C35.
CHARLES DEILY "Shorty,'
Small but mighty-that's "Shorty", Although he is not
big, nevertheless he certainly is active. "Shorty" thought
he had no dramatic ability, but his effective portrayal of Bill
in the senior play disproved his contention. He is a triple-
threat to have around in the "Chem, Lab", for one never
knows what is going to be broken next. But joking aside,
Charles's one ambition is to be a chemical engineer.
Class Treasurer C15 C35, Class Vice President C25 C355
Science Club C25 C35, Blue and White Standard C25, Co-
Editor C35, Forum, President C35 g Dramatic Club C355 Sen-
ior Play, Major C35.
WILLIAM ROHN "R0hnie"
"I don't get it," is "Rohnie's" favorite class expression.
This chap, who hails from Thomasburg, is an active member
of the Science Club and hopes to be a forester.
Science Club C25 C35.
CARL VOGEL C' , "V0Qel',
"Fishing is my dish," says Carl. Not fishing for excuses,
though, as Vogel has proved by "landing" nearly two hun-
dred fish in a season. Although not much interested in school
work, he is a good, well-mannered sport. '
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The School Day
Trodding along on the old sidewalk,
We wend our way to school.
Everyone is chock full of laughter and talk
We shove, and play, and fool.
In the big wide,' airy classroom
Or the quiet study hall,
One false move becomes our doom,
And we cannot talk at all.
At last our strenuous day is o'er
And joy reigns supreme,
For we rush headlong out the door
To get a soda, or ice cream.
The Class Prophecy
As we walked into Professor 'Kavcak's ofiice on the l03d floor of the Empire State
Building, we were greeted by the Professor himself.
Upon entering his "lab", we were amazed at the sight of his latest invention,
"The Time Machine". At his invitation we hesitantly climbed in. An instant later, we
were whizzing through space. It was generally agreed that, through the medium ol
the fourth dimension, we would pay an unexpected visit to our former classmates.
Professor Kavcak pull.ed a lever and slowly, like an old fashioned stereopticon, the
following pictures passed before our amazed eyes:
Surrounded by cackling chickens, Roy Buss was scattering grain on his large Tat-
amy Poultry Farm. ,
Edgar Kern, master of ceremonies, introduced Laura Hess and her bubble dance
at the Lyric Theater, Allentown.
Shirley Stark, make-up expert at the PDQ Studios, was prfparing Donald Mertz
for the title role in "Frankenstein's Double".
An amplifier announced that at Donald I-leckman's Pink Elephant Cafe the added
attraction was Kowalczk's Hep Kats featuring Bessie Rocco and her violin, accompan-
ied by Frances Gloss on the piano.
John Beck, foreman of the Nazareth Waist Company, hurried home to meet his
wife, the former Betty Lerch, who was industriously patching a pair of pants.
5:30 a. m. at Indiantown Gap: The clear notes of William B-reidinger's bugle
aroused many sleepy soldiers, among whom were: Edward Mlodossich, Harold Smith,
John Unger, Russell Breidinger, and Carl Vogel.
Upon visiting Harold Schaefer's Traveling Carnival, we saw the strong man,
Ollhoff Schramm, and Robert Bitz, the Human Skeleton.
Among the smiling faces of his kindergarten pupils, Professor Llewellyn Kromer
was building a sand castle- '
At the head of the construction gang, we saw foreman Elwood Mann, of the WPA,
reclining on a bag of cement. Flagging the cars to slower speed, stood Elton Kelchner,
leaning on the cement mixer.
Upon arriving at Braggs' Stadium, we saw Charles Mikovitz, the ambitious batboy
of the Detroit Tigers. .
At the "Skating Palace", Ken Shiffert's new roller skating rink, we saw Merlin
Steed and Emily Moore, two skating sensations, waltzing together.
With Ringling Brothers' Circus, the fat lady was Edna Eckert, and Quintus Rotzell
was the animal trainer who was trying to take the "Wild" out of William Neigh.
Esther Haftle and Nevin Werkheiser were performing their dare-devil flying-trapeze
act. In the side show we saw Catherine Werner hypnotically crawling around the floor,
a victim of Bessie Smith's evil eye.
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Passing through Moorestown, we found Virginia Free, saleslady in Ruth Houser's
department store, gossiping with Dorothy Boyer, assistant clerk.
At the Olympics, Harold Heckman set a new wor1d's record for the mile. Elvin
Rutt had broken Jesse Owen's records. in 100 and 220 yard dashes. Ruth Fisher won
tlge swimming meet and Dorothy Meixsell retained her title as champion discus
Employed as model in Jeanne Walters' "Paris Dress Shoppe", We found Barbara
Neuner with Elizabeth Tansock as Private Secretary. -
William Nace, bookkeeper at Macy's, was nervously chewing his pencil as he
hopelessly tried to balance an account.
Elizabeth Dusinski, editor of the Nazareth Item, was busily reading the latest novel
written by Frances Bfrody.
Murray Bernstein, touring in the jungles of South Africa, was lecturing to the
natives on the wonders of California.
Randolph Trach had recently received the award as champion hog-caller of Penn-
sylvania, he was closely followed by Benjamin Shimer who won second prize.
Miriam Meyer and Marie Edelman, supervisors of the'4-H Club, were conducting
a tea at the church where Wilmer Fehnel was pastor.
Nervously dialing his home, Robert Rinehart, Fuller Brush salesman, informed
his wife, the former Ada Rissmiller, that, due to a business meeting, he would be late
At the exclusive stables owned by Elwood Vogel, the three grooms, Paul Siegfried,
Raymond Lindenmoyer, and Gerald Batt, anxiously watched "Doc" Hitchens give the
famous horse, Sea Weed, a check-up, while his competent assistant, LaRue Morgan,
manicured his hooves.
Many new members had been added to the Nazareth High School faculty, among
whom were Charles Shupp, the new English teacher, Pauline Karch, librarian, Milli-
cent Ruth, physical education instructressg and Maryava Walker, French teacher.
Assistant Coach, Edward Williams, was in a crouched position demonstrating the
shoulder block to the aspirants of Muhlenberg College, Head Coach, Robert Keck,
Ringing up the fare of Ruth, Edith, and Gladys Engler who were on their way to
Station W E S T, Easton, for their weekly musical broadcast, was Charles Deily, con-
ductor of the Invincible Trolley Lines.
Mary Nlagel, saleslady in Winifred Arnold's jewelry shop, was displaying several
sparkling gems to the Wealthy banker, Chester Teel.
Doris Hoch and William Dlugos were the authors of the famous cartoon strip,
Andy in the Andes, which appears in Livio Claroni's Spaghetti Special.
Gerald Arnold and Jacob Soiera were exterminating pests from the Nazareth
High School grounds using the new Marsh "Hit and Kill' Method invented by Bernard
William Rohn, forest ranger, was scanning the near-by mountains for signs of a
Clifford Rohn, Millicent Metz, and Bertha Mucha were truck drivers employed
by Betty Knecht, owner of The Jumping Jitney Truck Lines.
The proprietor of the Lady Slipper Shoe Shoppe was Joyce Biucchi with two
apprentices, Gladys Gogel and June Kellow.
Helen and Evelyn Mitman, joint owners of a prosperous peanut and ice cream
stand, were serving Anna Steinmetz, governess of the St. Bernard blue-ribbon win-
Shirley Taylor drove the Stockertown-Nazareth school bus.
Riding boldly ahead of his Bengal Lancer Cavalry, Thomas Stauifer hailed us.
Rose Ferraro, technician, was repairing a permanent waving machine in the "We
Come to You" traveling Beauty Shop owned by Dorothy and Virginia Kratzer.
Telling a story to a group of interested Chinese children, we found Evelyn Teel,
Miriam Weiant, Jane Werkheiser, and Marie Groller were busily asserting candy
in Miriam Breinig's "Sweet Shop".
At 7:30 a. m. we found Bertha Focht demonstrating reducing exercises to Grace
Colver, Nella Frattali, and Althea Peters who were fervently skipping rope.
At the Metropolitan Opera House, we heard Phyllis Young and Arlene Millheim
singing the duet "Little Brown Jug".
Whizzing overhead, a plane on which Isabella Lahr was hostess, carried Florence
Drebert back to Alaska where she will resume her teaching among the' Eskimos.
Onthe corner of Main and Belvidere Streets, we found Marian Hagenbuch and
Catherine Uhler of the Salvation Army, rendering a musical selection while Eva
Haupt passed the hat.
At Elaine Blake's Youth Recreational Center, Joseph Jandrositz, supervisor of the
girls, was demonstrating to Lena Perna the perfect forward pass.
At William Deutsch's Bowling Alleys, Margaret Mondschein won the cup as the
champion woman bowler. .
As we finished our visit to our former classmates, Professor Kavcak inquired what
we were doing. Herbert hastened to tell him that Jean Boerstler maintained a haven
for stray animals. Theresa Nikles was professional canary trainer, while he was an
inventor of sorts and showed his blue prints for his new 'No-Gyp" slot machine.
Then Betty Roth, successor to "Baby Snooks", reminded us that it was almost
time for her program on the air. At the same instant, Professor Kavcak instructed Alex
Romanishan, our chauffeur, to "step it up" in order that we might return home in
time to enjoy the tasty cooking of his wife, the former Fleda Kienzle.
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We, the members of the class of nineteen hundred forty one, of sane minds and
sound bodies, do hereby will and bequeath these our last few momentoes of our cher-
ished years at dear old N. H. S. .
1. For the improvement and upkeep of the building and grounds:
One can of Three-in-One oil for all squeaky seats and the lawn mowers.
A new pencil sharpener for the library.
Padded broom handles for the janitors so that they can relax in comfort while
A A couple of new radiators in Rooms 17 and 27 to bring the temperature up to 680.
New and comfortable "lab" chairs.
A special device to pick up paper in Room 33 so that the students won't have to
work so hard carrying the waste basket.
2. A word to the wise from the Worthy Seniors:
Alarm clocks to all students who have a tardy streak.
A staff of six secretaries and a larger office to Miss Nicholas.
All chewing gum fiends to Miss Oakes. Come prepared with ten pencils with
good points and a dozen tablets.
The permit system to all schools who still enjoy freedom.
All of our English homework to the poor, unfortunate juniors.
Patience to all teachers during Comet "picture taking" days. You need it, teachers.
3. Tofortunate underclassmen from talented seniors:
Eva Haupt's slenderness to Edward Drumm.
Joseph J andrositz's athletic ability to Robert Wagner.
William Breidinger's strolls in the halls during the fifteen-minute periods to next
year's seniors. -
Edgar Kern's ability to evade homework to all students who dislike work.
Andrew Kavcak's bashfulness to Richard Goodhard. May he profit by it.
Robert Keck's "hitchhiker's thumb" to Truman Bittenbender.
June Kellow's healthy lungs to next year's cheerleading candidates. Now we
know we'1l have good cheering.
Gerald Arnold's janitorial equipment to Mary Ellen Rash. No more glamorizing,
Lena Perna's army ensemble to anyone interested in uniforms.
Elvin Rutt's long legs to all juniors who are close to the ground. The track squad
will profit, no doubt.
Laura Hess's, Doris Hoch's, and Jean Boerstler's gold footballs to any three juniors
who are interested in football players.
Elizabeth Dusinski's editorial ability to Lester Walters.
William Dlugos's art ability to Angelo Martini.
Charles3Shupp's interest in hunting to Elwood Berger. Now life will take on
Donald Mertz's Nazi haircut to Wilbur Rennie.
Hank Greenberg's bat, owned by Charles Mikovitz, to Frank Tamandl. Now,
Frank, go to town. .
Roy Buss's one-man band to Merle Bauer. Look out, Mr. Reitz.
Althea Peter's silence to Geraldine Kirkpatrick or to any other student who
needs it. L
Rose Ferraro's executive ability to Matt Henning, also her speed.
Llewellyn Kromer's school-bag to anyone else who carries as many books as he
Now, faculty, you'll have some real students.
"Cassanova" Marsh's blush to Walter Hagenbuchg now you'1l really be red, Walter.
LaRue Morgan's fickleness to Anita Heyer.
Clifford Rohn's voice to Earl Jones.
Shirley Taylor's "eyes that can't behave" to Marian Bachman-
Murray Bernstein's and Benjamin Shimer's indoor track ability Csee Miss Longj
to next year's victims.
Robert Hitchen's "canal boats" to Dwayne Young.
"Ken" Shiffert's plaid shirts to Franklin Hahn.
Emily Moore's 214915 chewing gum wrappers to Thomas Kern so that he can send
an air rifle. P
Charles Deily's chemistry ability to all juniors who have trouble with physics.
Betty Roth's many hours spent after school in Room 29 to Margaret McConnell.
Elton Kelchner's "country stride" to James Diehl.
Merlin Steed's skating ability to Ruth Swavely.
Harold Heckman's attraction for girls in neighboring towns to Elwood Hayne.
Gerald Batt's curly hair to Virginia Gradwohl. No permanents needed, Virginia.
William Neigh's temper to Ralph Frantz.
Paul Siegfried's silliness to William Bennett. Pity his homeroom teacher!
Elwood Mann's "horse laugh" to Mary Heller-
Raymond Lindenmoyer's hat to Lorraine Roth. It's already decorated and ready
to wear, Lorraine.
Having left these, our most prized possessions, in such "good" hands, we rest our
weary bodies in peace and contentment under the spreading chestnut tree, knowing
that Nazareth High School, the janitors, the faculty, and the underclassmen will soon
see another class almost as good as ours. .
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Second row: BITZ, DLUGOS, BENDL, FRANTZ, DeCARLO, W. BAUER, GOLD, M. BAUER, DEWALT
EDELMAN, DILCHARD, BERGER, FLORY.
Third row: CHRISTMAN, FIFIELD, ESCHENFELDER, BEERS, FRANCZAK, CONDOMITTI
DRAGOSITZ, J. FLORV, BEISEL, DIEHL, BENNETT, FETHEROLF, ALBERT.
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Jean Metz, Frank Huryn
First row: BETTY KREIDLER. D. HECKMAN, L. JOHNSON, KELCHNER, ROTH, J. HECKMAN,
E. HAHN, HAVVK, KOCH, HEIDENVVOLF, KRATZER, BEATRICE KREIDLER, KEEN.
Second rowt- KOCHER, HERBST, C. HELLER, KLEPPINGER, M. HELLER, KLEINTOP, KERN,
KUNKLE, KAUFFMAN, HOUCK, KROBOTH, IZVVORSKI, A. KOEHLER, KILPATRICK,
HARTZELL. - -
Third row: G. KALE, HURYN, HAYNE, I-IENNING, KLEINTOP, HAGENBUCH, G. KOEHLER,
HERTZOG, T. HAHN, R. JOHNSON, A. KALE. -
Fourth row: HUBER, JONES, HOCH, JURASITZ, INHOFF, HETTZMAN, K. KOEHLER, F. HAHN,
Junior Class fficers
President .......... .............,........ J ohn Hpch
Vice President ...... ..... H oward Schoeneberger '
Secretary ,... h ..... Merle Bauer
Treasurer .... ........ ....... J o hn Port 1
Assit. Secretary and Treasurer .... .,.. F rank1in,Hahn
Historian ...... ...... ..... ............. R a 1 ph Frantz
Student Council ...... ..... J ean Metz, Lester Walters
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First row: RASH, MITCHELL, METZ, MCCONNELL, MACKEY, MABUS, ROTH, SAPONE
OPLINGER, NEVVHART, SCHLEGEL. MILLER, MAGDITCH.
Second row: NEWTON, MERLO, PORT, REITER, REGAN, LAKEY, MILKOVITZ. POLANQEI
SCHMIDT, PARENTI, PAPA, MORRIS, MARTINI.
Third row: MILKOVITZ. REPSHER, REAGAN, PLEISS, LeVAN, RITTER, MEIXSELL, MITSCI ER
NAGEL, NICHOLASEN, ROHN.
Class Colors-Green and White ,
Class Motto-"Union of hearts, union of hands, and Nazareth I-Iigh forever."
First row: VARGO, VVILLIAMS, SMITH, SCHLEICHER, SEIFERT, SHOOK, SNVAVELY, UHLER,
SCHLAMP, B. SMITH, WEAVER, M. UHLER, MISS OAKES.
Second row: SMITH. SCHAFER, SCHNABE
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L, TEEL. SNYUER, STOUDT, SVVEITZER, SCHOENE-
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First row: FISHER, BITTENBENDER, DECH, DEUTSCH, FOGEL, DAVIS, FLXTE EBERTS
CLAUSS, BELSO, P. DEUTSCH, BACHMAN, FREY, CHRISTIE, BRODY, COOK.
Second row: FEHNEL, BELTZ, ENGLER, FRANCZAK, AUDENRIED, M. FREY, FEHR FOCHT
COLVER, FULS, DIETER, BARTRON, EDELMAN, BELLO, J. FRANCZAK.
Third row: J. DEUTSCH, CORTAZZO, BOYER, DAVIDSON, ALTEMOSE, BATH, BAUM KN DRUMM
FOSSL, FRANTZ, DIEHL, FRY.
Sophomore Class Officers
President .......... .... R ichard Hoch
Vice President ..... ...... W illiam Redline
Secretary ..... ..... S hirley Dech
Treasurer .,,.......................,.......... ..... R alph Stocker
Asstt. Secretary and Treasurer ..., ...... P auline Deutsch
Historian ........,...., .............................,.... W alter Fry
Student Council ...... ....... G ioia Michael, Joseph Geider
First row: KRATZER KIRKPATRICK, KLINE, HURYN, I-IERMAN, JOHNSON, KERN, GROLLER,
GOTTO, I-IARIEGLE, JONES, HUTNIK, HOFER, KESSLER.
Second row: HAHN, KOEHLER, JONES, JOHNSON, HEFFELFINGER, GRADVVOHL, HERTZOG,
KACHLINE, HAPPEL, HOUGH, GROLLER, HEYER, GUTIERREZ, HECKMAN, HAWK.
Third row: KERN, KONDIKOFF, R. KEPPEL, HARRON, HOCH, KELLER, KNELLER, GEIDER,
KAHLER, HOUCK, JANNYI, G. KEPPEL.
Sophomore Class Officers
' President ......... .... R ichard Hoch
Vice President .... ..... A nita Heyer
Secretary Donald Miller
Treasurer ...........................,.......... ..... M atilda Deutsch
Asstt. Secretary and Treasurer .... ..... C harles Cortazzo .
Historian ..........., .........................,.. W illiam Redline
Student Council .... ,.... J ennie Huryn, William Quinter
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First row: REIGEL, MICHAEL, REICHEL. ROHN, MCCONNELL, RAIDLINE, LILLY, RULOFF
REPSHER, REICHARD, RENNER, ROBERTS, M. REINERT, LEIGH, MITMAN, LANARI.
Second row: ROTH, MERTZ, MARSH, RICE, NAGEL, NOLL NEEL, LANDON, MACKEY, PIERZGA
MOTTERN, McCAFFERTY, LEMLEY, PFEIFFER, PRITCHARD.
Third row: REDLINE, MORRIS, MURDOCA, REESE, PETERSON, LINDENMOYER, POWELI
MESSENLEHNER, W. MEYERS, LYNN, LODER, H. MILLER, MILLHEIM.
Fourth row: C. MILLER, D. MILLER, LAUBACH, QUINTER, MITCH, LAHR, RENNIE, PLEISS
MACKES, NAGLE, ROBERTS, A. MEYERS.
Class Motto-"It's 'better to be faithful than famous."
Class Flower-Red Rose
Class Colors-Blue and Gold
First row: ZELLNER, WOLF, WERKHEISER, TRINE, STEINER, VOGEL, R. WERNER, KAHLER,
SCHAADT, WERKHEISER, SCHISSLER, SETZER, SENECAL. SCHLEICHER.
Second row: MISS LONG, STETTLER, VVEISS, SOFFERA, SILFIES, VENTIN, TARNOCK, D.
SILFIES, SCHLEGEL, EAROCK, STROMEYER, VVFRNER, SKRAPITS, SAUERZOPF.
Third row: STOHL, TASHNER, SIMONS, TRACK, ZIEGLER, XVAGNER, SHIMER, WUNDERLY,
STOCKER, WAGNER, STOFFLET, YOUNG.
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The Man Who Talked Too Much-Murray Bernstein
Tall, Dark, and Handsome-William Briedinger
Strawberry Blonde-Doris Hoch
The Mad Doctor-Andrew Kavcak
Buck Privates-Raymond Lindenmoyer and Paul Siegfried
Sis Hopkins-Betty Roth
Amazing Mr. Williams-Edward Williams
Vivacious Lady-Laura Hess
The Bad Man--William Neigh
The Bat Whispers--Gerald Batt
Second Fiddle-Maryava Walker
Li'l Abner-Elton Kelchner
Little Men-Charles Deily and Nevin Werkheiser
The Lady Eve-Eva Haupt
Three Small Girls-Isabella Lahr, Elizabeth Dusinski, and Virginia Free
Idiot's Delight-Bernard Marsh
Her First Romance-C ? ? ? J
Man About Town-Robert Hitchens
Mr. Dynamite-Kenneth Shiffert
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Some Like It Hot-Jitterbugs
Lucky Devils-Those who don't rave to report
Too Many Girls-Where ? ? ? ! ! !
Fighting Fools-Our football team
On Dress Parade-All Girls at Easter
Street Scene-Students going home to lunch
That Old Gang of Mine-The senior class
South of the Border-All marks below 7073
Prairie Schooner-Roy Buss's car
The Awful Truth-Exam marks
The Great Lie-That fake excuse
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First row: JANDROSITZ. L. VVALTERS, J. HOCH, C. TEEL, R. HOCH.
Second row: J. METZ, J. HURYN, MICHAEL, RUTH.
Last row: RAFETTO, QUINTER, NEUNER, MISS NICHOLAS, F. HURYN, GENDER.
The Student Council
The Student Council, which represents the student body of Nazareth High School,
consists of nine members-a boy and a girl elected from each class, and the three
class presidents. The Council, in addition to maintaining a lost-and-found department
and keeping a complete collection of college catalogues, has welcomed speakers and
acted as ushers on various occasions.
By Working hard selling refreshments at football and basketball games, the
Council was able to sponsor two free parties, the Thanksgiving and the Christmas
Party. An orchestra and refreshments added greatly to the joy of the persons who
The Hrst semester officers were: President, John Hochg Vice President, Barbara
Neunerg Secretary and Treasurer, Chester Teelg Assistant Secretary and Treasurer,
Jean Metz. Other members of the Council during the first semester were Herbert
Rafetto, Frank Huryn, Gioa Michael, and Richard Hoch. Officers in the second sem-
ester were: President, John I-llochg Vice President, William Quinterg Secretary and
Treasurer, Richard Hochg Assistant Secretary and Treasurer, Joseph Jandrositz. Other
members in the Council during the second semester were Millicent Ruth, Herbert
Rafetto, Jean Metz, Lester Walters, and Jennie Huryn. Our principal, Miss Florence
Nicholas, serves as adviser to the Council.
First row: HURYN, HOCH, GOODHARD, WINTER. HITCHENS.
Second row: HERBST, UHLER, FERRARO, ZETNER, MISS WUNDERLY, MISS NICHOLAS.
Third 1'0W: KOCHER, PORT, MR. LEH, RTR. BARTOLET, MIK. CUMP.
The Athletic Council
The Athletic Council handles the financial end of all sports. The officers help Mr.
Cump in selling tickets at the various events.
The Council consists of the following members:
President ............. Richard Goodhard Vice President ,.... Robert Hitchens
Secretary ...................... Allen Winter Treasurer .....................,.... John Hoch
Assistant Secretary and Treasurer .......................... ............. F rank Huryn
Principal ....,......... Florence Nicholas Faculty Manager ..,........ Guy Cump
Track Coach ,........ Charles Bartolet Football Coach ,........... Andrew Leh
Assistant Football Coach ...........,. .......................... E dward Christman
Girls' Coach ..........,.......,......................................................... Anna Wunderly
Boys' Sports Managers
Football ....... .......... E dward Betz Basketball ....,... ........... J ohn Port
Baseball ........ ....... R obert Kocher Track ,....,....... ......... J ohn Unger
Girls' Sports Managers
Basketball ...................... Rose Ferraro Hockey .................... Catherine Uhler
Baseball ......... ........ S hirley Herbst Volley Ball .................... Rose Zeiner
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Blue and White Standard
This year the three Co-Editors of the Blue and White Standard were in charge
of all. issues except one- The four Associate Editors were responsible for this one
More block prints appropriate to the various seasons were used in each issue
and were favorably commented upon by the student body.
The three Co-Editors were Margaret McConnell, William Breidinger, and Charles
Deily. The Associate Editors included Ella Kelchner, Dorothea Heckman, Lester
Walters, and Theresa Nikles.
The Business Manager, Rose Ferraro, was assisted by Assistant Business Manager,
Virginia Drauchg Circulation Manager, Betty Knecht, and the Assistants, Sophie
Kowalczk, Lorraine Roth, Shirley Dech, Jane Brody, and Richard Kneller.
The faculty advisers are Miss Florence Nicholas, Miss Margaret Roush, Mr. J.
Frederic Knecht, Mr. Robert Harding, and Mr. George Wunderly.
The Dramatic Club
The Dramatic Club, sponsored by Mr. Edgar, held its meetings the second Tuesday
of each month.
This year's program consisted of readings given by members of the club and an
illustrated talk on stage lighting by Mr. Shekletski-
Dramatic and humorous sketches were read by Betty Roth, Ralph Stocker, Lor-
raine Johnson, Willard Schisler, Marie Klick, Dorothea H-eckman, James Diehl, Jane
Seifert, Gladys Beal, Elaine Arnold, Mary Ellen Rash, and Beatrice Kreidler.
Besides the regular meetings, some of the members attended the dress rehearsals
of "Petrified Forest", "Yellow-Jack", and "Kiss the Boys Goodbye" given by the
Marquis Players in the Little Theatre at Lafayette College, Easton.
The oiiicers are:
President ........ ........... B arbara Neuner
Secretary ....... ........ W illiam Breidinger
Treasurer ,.... .. ........... Miriam Meyer
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Because of increased enrollment in the Commercial Department this year, this
club had an approximate membership of 125 students.
The varied and interesting programs of the year included a commercial quizg an
address by Dr. Joseph Seay of Rider College entitled, "Qualifications of a Good Secre-
tary"g "The Romance of Insurance" by Mr. Stanley B. Kitzelman, North Walesg a talk
on telegrams and cablegrams by Mr. George Beal, Western Uniong an address by Mr.
A. A. Bowle from the Gregg Publishing Company on "Shorthand"g a St. Patrick's
dance, a skit by members of the club, and the annual outing in June at the Municipal
The faculty advisers include: Mrs- Richard Haag, Mrs. Charlotte Greiner, Miss
Mildred Oakes, and Miss Margaret Roush.
Officers of the club are: I
President .............. ............ J oyce Bucchi
Vice President ....... ......... C atherine Uhler
Secretary .........,. ....... I sabella Lahr
Treasurer .......... ..,..... E arl Jones
Reporter ........ ....... E dith Clauss
The Science Club, under the capable supervision of Miss Long, Mr. Shekletski, and
Mr. Felton, kept its members well informed on the understanding and development
in the scientific field.
Interesting programs which included speakers, demonstrations by students, and
quiz programs stimulated interest among the members. Trips were made to the Steel
Fabricators and Nazareth Cement Mill.
The club offered opportunities for a clearer and more detailed study of 'various
phases of science. A few of these included the time capsule, the electric eye, pho-
tography, radio, and other chemical laboratory studies.
A group of members interested in aviation, sponsored by Mr. Shekletski, have
centered their activities about the construction of model planes. Frequent contests
of fiying distance of the planes were conducted among the club members.
The officers of the organization are:
President ....................... .,...... .......................... G e rald Batt
Vice President ,..,..... ....... R ayrnond Lindenmoyer
Secretary ....,....... ........ ........ P a ul Siegfried
Treasurer ........ ....... H erbert Rafetto
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This year the Craft Club, supervised by Mr. Detvviler, built birdhouses to be
placed in the vicinity of Nazareth. In addition to this, each member wasrequired to
work at least one hour per week on individual projects including taborets, inlaid bowls,
book stands, end tables, and various types of lathe work-
The officers are:
President ..........,........................ .......... R oy Frable
Secretary and Treasurer ........A ........ H elen Mitman
Publicity ................................ ....... L ester Walters
The Forum, originally known as the Town Hall, is under the supervision of Mr.
Feller. This year the meetings were held on the second and fourth Friday of each
During the past year, this club actively participated in Interscholastic Forums
sponsored by Hellertown, Northampton, East Stroudsburg, and Nazareth. Besides
these interscholastic forums, the club also sponsored a forum for the student body of
Nazareth High School on the question of "Aid to Britain", February 9.
The following topics were discussed at the Interscholastic Forums:
November 4-Presidential Elections of 1940-Nazareth
January 29-Fifth Column Activities-Hellertown
March 7-Is Labor Getting Out of Hand?--Northampton
May 7-British- American Union--East Stroudsburg
The officers are:
President .............. ....,......... C harles Deily
Vice President ........ ......... E lizabeth Dusinski
Secretary .,,....... ........ W illiam Breidinger
Treasurer ..... ....,........ J une Kellow
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Last row: HURYN, MR. FELLER, RAFETTO. BETTY KREIDLER.
The annual Oratorical Contest, sponsored by the Alumni. Association and coached
by Mr. Feller, was held in the Nazareth High School Auditorium on Friday, April 18.
The first prize of S10 was awarded to Herbert Rafetto for the oration, "Is There a
Formula for Success?"g Margaret McConnell was awarded the second prize of S55 for
"Windows", and Jennie Huryn received honorable mention for "Death by Accident".
U The remaining participants and their subjects were Betty Kreidler, "Youth in
Other Countries", Geraldine Kirkpatrick, "Wanted: A Home", and Ruth Fisher, "A
Day in Germany and a Day in America".
To add variety to the program, the school band played "Fairest of the Fair"
and "Prince and Jester", Williard Schisler, two cornet solos, "Fantasia" and the
"Villa Song"g Gerald Batt, "Tales from the Vienna Woods" and a variation of "Deep
Purple"g and Dwayne Young sang "The Road to Home" and "Easter Parade".
The judges, all members of the Alumni Association, were Miss Frances Wotring,
Mr. Robert Ziegler, and Mr. Howard Getz-
Each football game of the 1940 season was brightened, cheered, and enlivened
by 46 blue and white clad members of the band, marching and urging our 'team to
The fifth annual band concert, under the baton of Mr. Reitz and our student
director, Willard Schisler, on March 7 was appreciated by a large audience.
They provided music for the following events:
"What a Life"
November 7 and 8
February 6 and 7
"Sailor Maids" May 8 and 9
P. T. A. Strawberry Festival June 12
Jr. High Commencement June 17
Commencement June 19
The oiiicers are:
Manager .....................,... .. .......... William Breidinger
Assistant Manager ....... ................................ J ohn Hoch
Secretary ..................... ..................................... D oris Hoch
Treasurer .................... ............... R aymond Christman, Jr.
Librarians ..,................... ....... W illard Schisler, Clifford Rohn
Property Committee ,...... ....... M erle Bauer, Alex Romanishan
Drum Majorettes .....,.... .......... D oris Rice, Lorraine Vivian
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The Brass Choir, composed of four boys and a girl, was organized four years ago
Besides broadcasting over Station WIP from Philadelphia, the Choir has added enjoy-
ment to several school functions. Mr. Marvin Reitz is the director.
They played on the following occasions:
Carol Service-December 2
Broadcast over WIP, Philadelphia-December 13
Christmas Dance-December 19
Christmas Assembly-December 20
Christmas Caroling-December 24
Fellowship Church, Philadelphia-December 29
Olney Baptist Church, Philadelphia-February 3
April P- T. A. Meeting-April 7 .
"Sailor Maids", a rollicking musical comedy, was presented by the combined Girls'
and Boys' Glee Clubs and the A Cappella Choir, under the direction of Miss Hetrick,
to a large and appreciative audience on May 8 and 9.
Staged at the home of Cyrus Templeton on the New England coast amidst an
atmosphere of "sailor maids" and life guards, the gay life of the sea was por raye
The leading characters were:
Cyrus Templeton o.........,. ..
Frances Marie .......,......
Jeanette Spencer .........
Captain Dover .........
Gerald Kennedy .........
David Kern .............................................,.............
The committees in charge of the production were:
Vocal Music, Dialogue, and Dances: Miss M. Louise I-letrick.
Accompanists: Miss Hetrick and Mr. George Wunderly.
Property Committee: Rose Ferraro, Ruth Houser, Mildred Kleintop, Althea
Mabus, Gladys Goel, Grace Colver, John Beisel, and Paul Nicholasen.
Stage Setting: Miss Clute, Mr. Shekletski, Mr. Detwiler, Gioia Michael, Pauline
Karch, James Fetherolf, Paul Reagan, Conrad Miller, Roy Buss, Andrew Kavcak,
R' h rt Wilbur Rennie, Ray Trach, and
Randolph Trach, Elwood Vogel, Robert ine a ,
'Costumesz Miss Jenkins.
Make-up: Miss Sloat, Miss Butz, Miss Oakes, and Mr. Edgar.
Business Staff: Miss Nicholas, Mrs. Greiner, Mr. Knecht, Betty Roth, and
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The A Cappella Choir, under the direction of Miss M. Louise Hetrick, has suc-
cessfully completed its fourth season.
This year eight choir members represented Nazareth High School at the Eastern
District High School Chorus at Palmerton on January 10 and 11. From this group
Phyllis Young was chosen to participate in the All State Chorus at Carlisle on Feb-
ruary 13, 14, and 15.
They sang for the following occasions:
December 20, 1940 Christmas Assembly
December 23, 1940 Christmas Carol Service
March 13, 1941 Parent-Teacher Association
May 8 and 9, 1941 Operetta
May 20, 1941 Lions Club
First 1'ow: FISHER, NEUNER, BOERSTLER, ROTH, BRODY, HOCH, MEYER.
Second row: TRACH, BLAKE, HESS, KOVVALCZK, YOUNG, KELLOW, DEILY.
Third row: SOFFERA, SIEGFRIED, BREIDINGER, BATT, LINDENMOYER, MISS SLOAT.
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"Hen-ree! Henn-ry Aldrich!" "Coming Mother!" Yes, it's none other than that
mischievous, lovable, and sometimes obstreperous young chap, Henry Aldrich. "What
A Life" by Clifford Goldsmith was presented by the senior class on November 7 and 8
in the high school auditorium. '
The story concerns the troublesome life of Henry Aldrich. Together with his dif-
ficulty in memorizing Roman history dates, girl trouble, frequent visits to Mr. Bradley,
the principal, he has also to talk his mother out of sending him to Princeton. With
never a dull moment in this busy lad's life, the situations that he gets himself into are
enough to turn anyone's hair grayg but "All's Well that ends Well", and how he finally
manages to squeeze out of his tight spots proved to make an ideal senior play enthu-
siastically received by capacity audiences-
Miss Shea .......... ,.....................................,... P hyllis Young
Mr. Nelson ,......... ..,........,........ R aymond Lindenmoyer
Mr. Patterson ......... ................,...., P aul Siegfried
Miss Pike .....,....... .............. F rances Brody
Bill ........................ ....... C harles Deily
Miss Eggleston ........ .......... D oris Hoch
Miss Johnson ....... ........ J une Kellovv
Mr. Vecchitto ...... ....... J acob Soffera
Henry Aldrich ........ Earl Marsh
Barbara Pearson ....... ................. L aura Hess
Mr. Bradley ............ ......... W illiam Breidinger
Miss Wheeler .............. ........... B arbara Neuner
George Bigelow ......... ......... R andolph Trach
Mrs. Aldrich .........,. ............ J can Boerstler
Mr. Ferguson ...................................,.......................,...... Gerald Batt
Mary ................,...........,.,...,..,................,............... Sophie Kowalczk
Students ,............... Ruth Fisher, Mariam Meyer, Elaine Blake
Music Class .. . Clifford Rohn, Ruth Houser, Dorothy Kratzer,
Nella Frattali, Florence Drebert
The committees in charge of production were:
Dramatic Coach: Miss Elizabeth Sloat.
Properties: Mrs. Greiner, Robert Rinehart, Robert Keck, Robert Hitchens, William
Nace, Agnes Deutsch.
Business: Millicent Ruth, LaRue Morgan, Rose Ferraro, Chester Teel, Catherine
Stage: Mr. Shekletski, Elton Kelchner, Quintus Rotzell, Roy Buss, Bernard Marsh,
Wardrobe: Marian Hagenbuch, Elaine Blake, Miriam Meyer.
Publicity: Elizabeth Tansock, Nella Frattali, Robert Rinehart.
Prompter: Isabella Lahr.
In our school from time to time
Different parties come along.
Hallowe'en being first in line,
The witches start to sing their song.
Bedecked in frocks with frills quite fair
Students cluster in groups so gay,
Soaring the witches from their hidden lair
J oking and dancing the "Nomad's" way.
After this comes the Thanksgiving affair
And for many things thankful are we.
Student Council's work we are aware
Gives us our dances without any fee.
Back on the floor the spot light shines
On those who are dancing the John Paul Jones.
But alas! Hearing the eleven o'clock chimes
They know they must depart to their homes.
Now after November comes December
With the Christmas party in full swing.
If you were good, Santa will remember
Just what you want him to bring.
Taking a last look at our Christmas tree
With lights all shiny and clear,
The only regret we students can see
Is the end of our social year.
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'Tis nine o'clock, and so on with the Ball.
As one stepped into the gym on May sixteenth, red, white, and blue streamers were
seen iioating across the ceiling with dignified eagles in the background lending a
patriotic atmosphere to the gala scene. Against this setting the lovely long pastel gowns
of the girls made a gay and enchanting picture, while the boys, dressed for the occasion,
enlivened the affair with their chuckles. Strains of soft music furnished by the Nfomads'
Orchestra, added greatly to the dancers' delight on this May festival day. Games were
furnished for the enjoyment of students who were not dancing.
After the serving of refreshments, John Hoch, president of the junior class, ex-
tended a cordial welcome to the students and faculty members while-Herbert Rafetto,
president of the senior class, acknowledged this welcome.
The committees were as follows:
Faculty Adviser: Miss Oakes.
Decorating Committee: Lester Walters, chairman, William Bennett, co-chairman,
James Fetherolf, Jean Lakey, Ella Kroboth, Jean Metz, Ruth Svvavely, Marie Klick,
Margaret Uhler, Robert Nagle, Walter Hagenbuch, and George Kahler.
Entertainment Committee: Margaret McConnell, chairlady, Franklin Hahn, Frank
Huryn, Murial Kern, Shirley Smith, and Rudy Zakos.
Refreshment Committee: Virginia Drauch, chairlady, Lorraine Roth, James Diehl,
Lorraine Kratzer, Anna Didovitz, Harry Fifield, Merle Bauer, Elaine Arnold, Marjorie
Kleppinger, and Dorothea Heckman.
First row: W. DRUMM, M. DRAGOSITZ, R. ESCHENFELDER, W'. FREY, WILLIAMS, SCHOENE-
BERGER, KECK, JANDROSITZ, GOODHARD, E. DRAGOSITZ, HITCHENS, E. VOGEL,
Second row: H. HECKMAN. CONDOMITTI, RAFETTO, SCHRAMM, BITTENBENDER, MEIXSELL,
LcVAN, SHIFFERT, HAHN, KELCHNER, JONES. ZAKOS, QUINTER, GRANDA.
Third row: KAVCAK, CORTAZZO, D. MILLER, FEI-IR, KELLER, FOGEI., ZIEGLER, REAOAN.
SOFFERA, FISCHL, FLORY, R. HOCH, MUSCLER.
Fourth row: COACH LEH, WIMMER, PLEISS, L. YOUNG, R. SHOOK, MANAGER BETZ, HAGEN-
BUCH, NEUMEYER, ERDIE, NAGEL, COACH BARTOLET.
With the return of eight lettermen to the squad, an experienced eleven went on
the Held to regain the championship lost in the previous year. Fighting furiously
throughout the year, the team went undefeated until the final game. The record for
the season, under Coaches Leh, Bartolet, and Christman, was six victories, one defeat,
and one tie.
Date . Team
Sept. 28, 1940 S. Bethlehem J's
Oct. 1940 S. Whitehall
Oct. 1940 S. Bangor
Oct. 1940 S. Pen Argyl
Oct. 1940 S. Coplay
Nov. 1940 S. Open
Nov. 9, 1940 S. Boyertown
Nov. 1940 S. Lansdale
Nov. 1940 s. Wilson
Won Lost Tied
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First row: LE VAN, E. DRAGOSTTZ. M. DRAGOSITZ. NVUNDERLY.
Second row: MANAGER PORT, FEHR, R. HOCH, TARNOCK, FOGEL, COACH LILH
Composed almost entirely of underclassmen, the Varsity Basketball Team of Naz
areth High fought gallantly throughout the season under the guidance of Coach Leh
Despite a disastrous first half, the team came back with a brilliant showing 1n the
second half, totaling seven won and ten lost games.
The Junior Varsity, under Assistant Coach Bartolet, won six games and lost eleven
First row: NEUMEYER. FISCHL, BIT'l'ENBE'NDER, T. SOFFERA, STOUT, W. SMITH.
Second row: L. YOUNG, MEIXSELL, SIMMONS, KOCHER, REDLINE, CHRISTMAN, COACH
Third row: A. DIEHL, LYNN, CORTAZZO, RITTER, FRANKLIN, LAHR, QUINTER, ROTH, ENGLER.
Dec. 10 1940 N. H S. Whitehall
Dec. 13 1940 N H S. Pen Argyl
Dee. 16 1940 N H S Hellertown
Dec. 20 1940 N H S Coplay
Jan. 3 1941 N. H. S E. Stroudsburg
Jan. 6 1941 N. H. S So. Whitehall
Jan. 10, 1941 N. H. S Wilson
Jan. 14 1941 N H S Bye
Jan. 17 1941 N H S Bangor
Jan. 21 1941 N H. S Fountain Hill
Jan. 24 1941 N H S. Bye
Jan. 31 1941 N H S Hellertown
Feb. 4 1941 N. H. S. Bye
Feb. 7 1941 N H S E. Stroudsburg
Feb. 11 1941 N H S. So. Whitehall
Feb. 14 1941 N H S Wilson
Feb. 18 1941 N. H. S Bye
Feb. 21 1941 N H S Coplay
Feb. 25 1941 N H. S Fountain Hill
Feb. 27 1941 N H. S Bangor
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First row: CORTAZZO, R. ESCHENFELDER, PORT, ROTZELL, CLARONI, JANDROSITZ RIT'1 ER
FETHEROLF, HAGENBUCH, QUINTER, G. PARENTI.
Second row: HECKMAN, A. DIEHL, NEMITH, KELLER, D. MILLER, DOROZOWSKI KRLLL
YEISLEY, MITCH, WERNER, COACH LEH,
Hard-hit by the loss of seven veterans, leaving only two lettermen, Coach Andy
Leh had a difficult problem ahead of him in selecting this year's squad. The team,
composed almost entirely of underclassmen, has a good chance of capturing the league
championship. Winning three out of four league games, Nazareth's team finished in a
first place tie with Wilson. They won three victories and lost six out of the first seven
East Stroudsburg 5
Central Catholic 11
East Stroudsburg 1
First row: EBERTS, SCHMALZER, JONES, BERNSTEIN, CHRISTMAN, MILLHEIM, LINDEN-
Second row: ALTEMOSE, H. ROHN, STEWART, B. MARSH, DANIELE, R. NAGEL, RUTT, H.
HECKMAN, HEITZMAN, ENGLER, NEWTON, NEUMEYER.
Last row: LeVAN, COACH BARTOLET, ZIEGLER, HARRON, SCHRAMM, L. WALTERS, R. SHOOK,
RASH, G. ARNOLD, M. STEED, MANAGER, T. KERN, MANAGER.
Beginning his fourth year as mentor of the Track Squad of Nazareth High School,
Coach "Charlie" Bartolet has completed three successful seasons. With the return of
only five lettermen, the team worked vigorously to complete another good season.
Having been exceptionally strong in running events, but below par in the field events,
they won two meets out of the first four. In addition, they took second place in the
league meet, and stand an excellent chance of winning the last three dual meets.
April 12 Nazareth 18 Birdsboro 52 Boyertown 49
18 Nazareth 56 So. Whitehall 42
25 Nazareth 40 M Wilson , 58 V2
May 3 League Meet Nazareth A 2nd place
8 Nazareth 78 M2 Slatington 1 1 lk
16 Nazareth 50 Central Catholic 31
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When the call for hockey was made early in October, about fifty girls responded.
Shouts and clashing of sticks was the music heard every Monday and Thursday
after school on the hockey field as the girls strove to make their goals.
Bucchi's senior team came out ahead. '
Bucchi 3 0
Fehr 2 1
. Deutsch 1 2 '
Michael 0 3
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During the months of October and November, the gym was Iilled with shouting
girls enjoying volley ball. So that three games could be in progress at the same time,
the entire gym was used. This gave the many spectators the unusual opportunity of
Watching three games at one time.
The excellent playing of the juniors Won them the championship.
Won Lost Tied
Schnabel 7 0 0
Deutsch 6 1 0
Vargo 4 2 1
Hofer 2 3 2
Bucchi 2 4 1
Ruth 2 5 0
Dech 2 5 0
Michael 1 6 0
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With the shrill whistle of the referee and the shouts of the players, basketball
again made its 1941 debut on the N . H. S. court.
The girls, peppy and enthusiastic, played a game on each half of the floor so that
two games could be in progress at one time.
The junior team, captained by Margaret Zeiner, won the intramural championship.
Won Lost Tied
Zeiner 8 0 0
Ruth 6 2 0
Fehr 5 2 1
Kroboth 3 4 1
Bucchi 31 5 0
Rohn 3 5 0
Deutsch 3 5 0
Tarnok 2 5 1
Dech 1 6 1
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These peppy blue and white clad cheerleaders had much to do with the victories
of the football and basketball teams. Bobbing up and down like puppets, they kept
school spirit and enthusiasm running high among the many rooters.
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Give a sentence using the word boron.
He boron the drill.
Give a use of barium.
Barium in the new cemetery.
Give a sentence using the word silicate.
Silly Kate never does her homework.
What is a calomel?
A humpbacked animal.
What is a base? l
Something a baseball player runs to after he hits the ball
What are electrolytes?
Something one screws in a socket to produce light.
Are you soluble in water?
Yes, I swim.
What are flowers of sulfur used for?
To make bouquets.
What are radicals?
People who advocate extreme reform.
What is roll sulfur used for?
To put hot dogs between.
What is gypsum?
A member of a wandering race.
As she turned the corner at the end of the hall,
She looked in the classroom at her hero so tall.
He gave her a smile and her heart skipped a beat.
Crash! Bang! All her books lay sprawled at her feet.
It must have been love and the balmy spring air,
For she'd completely forgotten the fountain was there.
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stands for Marsh, our radio mang
If anyone can fix it, Bernard can.
stands for Edelman, polite and neatg
All the boys say, "Isn't she sweet?"
stands for Mitman, although a female
Does a good job with a hammer and nail.
stands for Breidinger, Boerstler, and Battg
The latter one is known as fat.
stands for Engler, Gladys though small
Studies her lessons and is youngest of all.
stands for Rinehart and Rissmiller, toog
Without a Romeo and Juliet the class couldn't do.
stands for Shupp, his English he adoresg
And for more homework he always implores.
stands for the Others who will soon take our places
We all want to welcome their bright, happy faces.
stands for Fehnel, our young farmer lad.
At raising prize sheep he isn't half bad.
stands for Trach, who was in our play,
He also is good at pitching hay.
stands for Hitchens, our doctor to beg
A successful future for him we see.
stands for Everyone, who will say goodbye
To friends and teachers at Nazareth High.
stands for Shiffert, who came in the fall,
Since his arrival, he played football.
stands for Everyone who will seek higher learningg
On life's road they'll soon be journeying.
stands for Neigh with his silly giggle,
Who out of his lessons always tries to wiggle.
stands for the Interest some show in their work,
While some from their duties always will shirk.
stands for what some get in many a test,
Because all they do is talk and jest.
stands for Rohn, our musician so mightyg
He's seldom serious but often flighty.
stands for Colver, a truly hard worker,
When it comes to duties, she's never a shirker.
stands for Lahr who has good marks to showy
It would be unusual to see them low.
stands for Arnold, who's a great Clark Gable,
He evades his lessons whenever he's able.
stands for Siegfried, who in class has the knack
Of doing homework behind the teacher's back.
stands for Schramm, a jolly good fellowg
When he hears a joke you should hear him bellow.
Oh, I come from a land of ice and snow
Where the Eskimos work and play
Where the reindeer roam
O'er the frozen loam
And the huskies bark all the day
In summer it rainsg in winter it snows.
There're mosquitoes that bite you
There're mosquitoes that bit you
And scenery to delight you
And lakes and rivers on which to row.
In spring the ice makes a huge spectacle
Breaking and rushing down stream
Crumbling and rumbling
Shoving and tumbling
Wending its way to the sea
For amusement you take out a dog team
Or try your luck handling a kyak.
You may not succeed
But a bath you might need
The least you can do is try it
Then too there are also the dog derbies
With these comes excitement galore.
At the pop of a gun
The dogs start to run
And don't stop till they've won the war
Zasu Pitts-Frances Brody
W. C. Fields-Gerald Batt
Hedy Lamarr-Laura Hess
Tommy Harmon--Joseph J andrositz
Jane Withers--Ruth Fisher
Dr. Harvey Cushing-Robert Hitchens
Charlie McCarthy-Edgar Kern
Baby Snooks-Elaine Blake
Rosa Bonheur-Doris Hoch
Dorothy Thompson-Elizabeth Dusinski
Tommy Dorsey--William Breidinger
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The Hit Parade
8:30 Buzzer-Sunrise Serenade Cto the hardworking
Flag Salute--I Am an American
Teacher's Question-Whatcha Know Joe?
Pupil's Reply-It All Comes Back to Me Now
Chemistry Exam-Let's Dream This One Out
Low Marks-I'll Never Smile Again
German Class-Oh, Du Lieber Augustine
Typing Class-Woodpecker's Song
Gym Class-Mexican Jumping Bean
High Honor Roll-All I Desire
3:30 Buzzer-I Hear a Rhapsody
Reporting at 3:30-I Can't Remember to Forget
When he met her in the schoolroom
His heart skipped and tripped,
For her name was Suzy, sweet and tall
With brown hair and golden eyes.
She could make most anyone fall
Especially this type of a guy.
Wherever he would start to go,
Suzy would tag along.
His English and his Problems she would do
No matter what the time of day.
She liked to work in the Lab, too,
Which made him very gay.
She was a wizard at spelling,
But in penmanship she was best.
Sometimes Suzy became fatigued
Like other people dog
But "Never Shirk a Duty" she believed
And he found this to be true.
I'm sure you've met our Suzy
And think she's really swell.
But there is one thing about her-
She never stays the same.
Don't let this disturb you, Sir,
For "Suzy Pencil" is her name. '
We, the Class of 1941, wish to express our sincere appreciation to our
patrons, advertisers, and friends for the cooperation in making our "Comet"
American Legion Auxiliary
Mrs. Charles V. Alpaugh
Rev. and Mrs. Allen R. Appel
. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Stewart C. Bady
Luther S. Batt
J. L. Boerstler
R. I. Brazina
and Mrs. Clinton L. Bunn
Rev. Howard D. Clauss
Mr. and Mrs. Warren S. Dech
Rev. and Mrs. Walter H. Diehl
Mrs. Peter Dusinski
and Mrs. Howard Edelman
Marcus E. Fehnel
and Mrs. Roy Fehnel
J. U. Fetherolf
Miss Henrietta Frantz
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Jacob A. Fraunfelder
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fulmer
Mr. Claude Hartman
and Mrs. Earl B. Hartman
Fred B. Heckman
and Mrs. Jacob Heckman
and Mrs. Peter Heckman
and Mrs. H. H. Hitchens
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Miss Lorraine Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Keck
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Kelchner
Mr. and .Mrs. Edgar A. Kern
Miss Alice Knauss
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Knauss
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Knecht
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Kostenbader
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kowalczk
Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn C. Kromer
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lahr
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Mann
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley U. Mann
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Marcks
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Martin
Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Meixsell
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Metz
Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Meyer
Mr. Arthur Meyers
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Minnich
and Mrs. Robert Mitman
and Mrs. J. C. Morgan
William G. Moser
Charles J. Nagel
Nazareth Parent-Teacher Association
Nazareth Womanls Club
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nicholas
Miss Florence Nicholas
Dr. and Mrs. W. Calvin Nickel
J. H. Newhart Estate
Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Pohl
and Mrs. Lewis Polgardy
and Mrs Herbert C. Rafetto
and Mrs. John Redline
and Mrs. Elvin Reimer
and Mrs. Herbert Reimer
and Mrs. William Rinehart
and Mrs. Albert W. Roth
and Mrs. Samuel A. Ruth
and Mrs J. Allen Schaeffer
and Mrs. Theodore Schafer
and Mrs Walter H. Schlegel
and Mrs. A. J. Schissler
and Mrs. Frank H. Schmidt
and Mrs. Charles Schnerr
and Mrs. W. J. Scutt
and Mrs. Paul R. Seifert
and Mrs. E. A. N. Seyfried
and Mrs. Charles Shimer
and Mrs Howard Shimer
C. E. Shupp
and Mrs. William Siliies
and Mrs. A. Russell Snyder
and Mrs. H. C. Snyder
and Mrs. Victor Stark
and Mrs. H. T. Steed
and Mrs. George Steinmetz
Russel K. Stout
Mrs. Eva W. Swavely
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford T. Taylor
Mrs. Raymond Teel
Mrs. Sevilla Trach
and Mrs. N. C. Uhler
and Mrs. Clark Vogel
and Mrs. F. N. Wagner
and Mrs. William Walters
and Mrs. Roy Weaver
Weinland Sporting Goods Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Werkheiser
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Werner
Charles L. Young
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Young
one hundred eleven
E was a master imecause he took infinite
Pains. -We are his earnest ciisciplesf,
lu ded tvlve
THE FIR T RUNG
in the ladder of success is
You must learn to save if you hope
to reach the top.
Many successful men say that they
made thrift a habit early in life-
starting with pennies, then dimes,
then dollars - always depositing
something in the bank each pay day.
YOU CAN DO IT IF YOU'LL TRY .
The Nazareth National Bank
and Trust Company
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
T 0 G R A D U A T E S
O the young men and women of the Class
of '41 we say, "Good Work and Good
Luck." 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
Member, Federal Reserve System Member, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
one 1114 udred fourteen
1 Kingsport, Tenn.
2 Clinchfield, Ga.
3 Richard City, Tenn.
4' Nazareth, Pa.
Penn Allen, Pa.
Portland Point, N. Y.
West Des Moines, Iowa
Keystone Portland Cement
MA Better Cement"
Velroca High Early Strength
GCA Perfect High Early Strength Portland Cement"
Keystone Dark Cement
CGA Uniform Color Dark Cement"
1400 So. Penn Square, Philadelphia, Pa
Philadelphia New York Boston
General Oflicez Nazareth, Pa.
New York City Philadelphia, Pa.
41 East 4g2nd St. Commercial Trust Bldg.
NAZARETH Portland Cement
NAZCO High-Early Strength Portland Cement
Wm. J. Messinger
Plumbing and Heating
Estimates Furnished on
Contracts or Day Rate
N sumer Science
F rench '
0 blems of Democracy
Y sics .
Bo O kkeeping
Ger M an
R. No. 3, Nazareth, Pa. Alg E bra
His T ory
Miss Sloat: "What is unusual about William Blaken?
A. Kavcak: "He got married? CCorrect answer: He engraved his own books.J
We Specialize in . .
Young Men's Suits
Sport Coats . . . Slacks
Shoes and -Hats
Hen ry Schlegal l
13-17 Belvidere Street Nazareth
WE GivE s Sz H GREEN sTAMPs
1 mdred eiglzteen.
P. S. Trumbower, President Howard E. Shimer, Secretary
Sales Office . . . 366 Broadway, New York
Mills . L . Nazareth, Pa.
There are styles to suit ages from 1 to 16 years. Infants' shirts and
panties, chi1dren's Waist suits, boys' and misses' union suits in various
styles and fabrics, boys' athletic shirts and shorts. Also Nazareth
Sleepers in one and two-piece styles. All retail at popular prices.
Herbert R.: "Doctors advise people to drink water to keep from getting stiff
Robert H.: "Yes"?
Herbert R.: "ThVere's only one thingv.
Robert H.: "What"? '
Herbert R.: "All the joints don't serve Water."
Churchman Business College
'GA Thorough Business Training School"
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. CHUBCHMAN, Principal
20-22 South Fourth Street, Easton, Pa. Phone 2-4014
one hundred 11-inctecfi
Andrew G. Kern, President Wm. J. Santee, Secretary-Treasurer
THE TRUMBOWER COMPANY
COAL, LUMBER, CRUSHED STONE
and BUILDING MATERIAL
Main 0fHce: Branch Office:
Easton Road 23 South Main Street
Phone 47 Phone 157
Miss Sloat Cin homeroombz "Is it true that Mr. --- has only one eye"?
Jim Diehl: "He has two eyes all right, but one of them is glass".
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 bv The Pennsylvania State Committee
I on Standards for Business Schools
Catalog containing full particulars mailed upon request.
W. iF. MAGEE, President
one lzundred twenty
Compliments o f
K raemer Hosiery Co.
Mr. Wunderly: "What does 'Dein ist mein herz' mean"?
E. Dusinskl and J. Boerstlerz "My heart belongs to daddy
Compliments o f
Chevrolet and Oldsmobile Sales and Service
49 South Broad Street l
Iron Fireman Stokers ABC Oil Burners
W. F4 MESSINGER
Westinghouse Electrical Appliances
ZENITH, FARNSWORTH RADIOS
119 South Main Street . E Nazareth, Pa.
Miss Sloat Cin Eiglish Classj: "Jonathan Swift took orders in the Church of
Gerald Batt: "What did he do? Wait on tab1es"?
GEORGE E N. MILLER
General Merchandise and Farming Implements
Wayne Hog, Dairy, Calf, Horse and Poultry Feeds
Bushkill Center., Pa.
P. O. Nazareth, Pa., Route No. 2
High Grade Dairy Products
Distributors . . .
T. D. KOSTENBADER 81 SON
TRY OUR GUERNSEY MILK
Nazareth, Pa. Phone 132
Betty R. Ctranslating German. "Herr zipp tun Sie mir den Gefa11en"?J: "Mn
Zipp, do you like men?
Correct translation: "Mn Zipp, will you do me a favor' V
'Compliments of I
Klipple Bus Line
Phone . . . Bath 2211
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Farmer's Mutual Fire Insurance Company
U of Northampton County
Incorporated March 17, 1845
Nearly a Century of Insurance Service
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID
AMPLE RESERVE FOR BENEFIT OF POLICYHOLDERS
FARMERS' MUTUAL BUILDING
72 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa
Wm. D. Kunkel, Secretary Phone 80
R. Breidinger Ctranslating Germany: "Zulezt fragte iche eine liebe alte Frau
mit Silberhaar CGray hairy".
"At last I asked a dear old lady with blonde hairu.
Mr. Wunderly: "What's the matter, Russell, are you color b1ind"?
Geo. H. Welty, President L. G. Peters, Treasurer
The Nazareth Coal Sz Lumber Co.
Coal . . . Lumber
Hardware and Building Material
430 and 436 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa.
nileaillhlllgiillg gfziigllisiles Lggllsgtgrd
FrigidaabirlegElexrirclcltefllfgflaxilzftors "Blue" Coal
l. Schwartz Sz Son
STOVES and BEDDING
H. T. Vannatta, Mgr.
540 South Main Street
30 West Broad Street
Miss Sloat: "Why was the Globe Theater situated south of London during
the Elizabethan Period"?
Merlin Steed: "To keep the sun out of the actors' eyes".
The People's Coal
and Supply Co.
Phone Naz. 483
Your Dealer for
Lehigh Navigation Coal
LUMBER . . . HARDWARE
M. T. Weaver
Between Belfast and Wind Gap
Phone Naz. - 288J2
one hundred tweny-fizfe
R. Breidinger Ctranslating Germanbz "In 1913 a chorus of 1000 voices sang
in Germany and Madam Schramm Hunk sang solos.
Mr. Wunderlyz "Schumann Heink, not Schramm. That's not O1hoff's great
0 Nazareth '
Creamery and Dairy
ROBERT EDELMAN, Prop. Barthololnew
PASTEURIZED MILK Funeral
CREAM . . . BUTTER Ser V109
BUTTERMILK an Phone 252
COTTAGE CHEESE A
Nazarefh, Pa. .
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F F. J. Happel
COLD MEATS O
MAGAZINES 0 Platter Lunches
NEWSPAPERS e Short orders
HO-MADE ICE CREAM . Sandwiches
111 South Main
-Phone 9081 Nazareth 98-M
Miss Sloatz "Can you add anything about Burns"?
William B.: "He had a lot of girl friends. A
Miss Sloat: "Well, it seems you and he had something in commoni
1941 Dodge Luxury Liner
'With Fluid Drive
B E T T E R
B U Y Brilliant New 1941
B U I C K Plymouth
Nazareth Dodge Trucks
I R. F. Ziegler
Mauch Chunk and Church St.
Mauch Chunk and Church Street
Nazareth, Pa. I ' Nazareth, Pa.
Phone 355 Phone 355
Always Choose of
Sophie K. translating German: "The first governor of New Netherlands was
Peter Minuit, one of the minute men".
For Quality and
Service in Printing
127 East High Street
FINISH HIGH SCHOOL
then come to
An Approved Business School
920 and 927 Hamilton Street
A Successful School
Enjoying the Prestige
Regular Courses of Study
Secretarial, Stenographic, Business,
Free Placement Service
Social Activities and Basket-ball
Further Information on Request
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SALES AND SERVICE
Broad St. Garage
H. Siegel and R. J. Wessner
GARAGE and SERVICE
125 South Broad Street
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
G A R A G E
Mr. Shekeletski: "Where is gold located in the U. S-"?
Elton K.: "Death Valley".
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SALES and SERVICE
one Im ndrrd t1c'e1-:M
37 Mauch Chunk Street
Harvey P.. Dietz
55 South Main Street
A Nazareth, Pa.
Lena Perna: "Rudolph Hess, Hit1er's Private Secretary, is said to be lost'
Theresa Nikles: "That's good. Now there's a job open for me".
The Home of Distinction
Wind Gap, Pa.
Phone 122-J A
5, 10 and 250 Store
45 South Main Street
39 South Main Street
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, Roy S. Kostenbafler
Stanley R. W00dPlHg
. MILK . . . CREAM
and BUTTER A
Buttermilk and Cottage Cheese A
Phone 595-R Phone 499'-l'1
Gerald Batt's version of the line from Abou Ben Adhem: "Write me as one
who loves his fellow men".
"Some people love the Lord and others don'tg A
Those who love the Lord will be blessed and the others Won,t".
Stop, LOGIC and Listen CQMPLIMENTS
If foods could talk
They would say our odors don't mix OF
We keep fresh and crisp
We don't dry out rapidly
We don't lose our natural juices
and tenderness if you keep us Mrs.,
with pure artificial ice
Get all facts from A
Nazareth Hester R. Siegfried
Artificial lee Co. Jewezry and Gifts
Walnut and Pine Streets
Nazareth, Pa. NAZARETH' PA'
one hu-'ndred thirty-one
Eyes Examined . . . Glasses Fitted
Hours: Monday, 6 to 8:30 p. m.
Friday, 2:30 to 8:30 p. m.
. Men's and Young lVIen's
Dr. Leon Kolb
Hnignified credit if desired" F'11'l1iShi11SS
118 S- MAIN STREET Centre Square N. E. Corner
Mr- Edgar in history class: "Who was Jaurez"'?
Andrew Kavcak: "He was Paul Muni".
Nazareth: Oflice 131
Tool and Supply Co. Roy T. Fehnel
and CAULKIN G
Peter F. Yeisley, proprietor
165-7 South Main Street R. NO. 3, Nazareth
H E R C U L E S
P 0 R T L A N D Of
C E M E N T '
'Compliments of Studlos
Hergules Cement Portrait . . . Wedding
Philadelphia . . . Boston Studios . . . Centre Square
Naz. Phone 445
New York 12 North Third street Easton
Mr. Knecht Cto William Goldbz "William, will you please throw your chew-
ing gum in the basket".
As the gum. dropped with a loud clatter, Mr. Knecht remarked: "I said your
gum, not your false teeth".
. Patronize . . .
Nazareth's Leading Prescription
Drug Store for All Your Drug
Needs. Registered Druggists
COMPLIMENTS give you the quality service you
are entitled to.
. Ask Your Family Doctor
He Knows Us . .
PAUL W. HECKMAN
The Rexall Drug Store
. The Best in Drug Store Merchandise
The Best in Drug Store Service
one hundred thirty-three
The Logical Place
T. V. Long, Mgr.
Phone: Easton 6941
Snyder Milling Co.
Pauline K.: "What's a Well-rounded mindn?
Llewellyn Kromer: "One Without corners".
' Machine and M achineless
I , Permanents
45 Belvidere Street
16 Belvidere Street
111ftI'lfdI'6d thzfrty-fo ur
C. W. Hartman
Compliments o f
Bates Valve Bag
P A P E R B A G S
Flour! Cement, Gypzum
Ground Limestone, Plaster
and Other Pulverized
Miss Sloatt "What happened in the Puritan Periodn?
RQ Hitchens: "They took all the enjoyment out of life".
Miss Sloatt "I-Iow"?
R. Hitchens: "They purified it'
Albert 0. Sturgis
R. R. Hess
23 South Main Street
Body and Fender Repairs
one lnmdred thirty-fi'U
Frank Huth Sl Sons
Compliments of Blue MOHl1t3lH
that can be depended upon extends Its compliments
in an emergency 10 the
Telephone 177 Class of 94.1
Wunderly in German Class: "Some parts of Germany are very backward
and old fashioned. The women wear long dresses and the men wear long
White socks and bleachers". Cbreachesj
Leader Store OF
Main and Belvidere Streets
Nazareth, ra. R. D. Lambert
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STYLED . . . RIGHT
PRICED . . . RIGHT
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GEORGE N. MILLER
General Merchandise and Full Line of
McCormick-Deering Farm Tractors
Waylie Hog, Dairy, Calf, Horse and Poultry Feeds
Bushkill Center, Pa.
P. O. Nazareth, Pa., Route No. 2
Geo. H. Welty, President L. G. Peters, Treasurer
The Nazareth Coal 8x Lumber Co.
Coal . . . Lumber
Hardware and Building Material
430 and 4136 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa
Building Paper .
Lead, Paints, Varnishes Igzllggikoilnd
Maytag Electric Washers ..Blue,, Coal
Horton Electric Washers-
Millwork of Quality
SASH DOORS . . . SI-IHJTTERS
BLINDS . . . FRAMES
STAIR WORK . . . INTERIOR TRIM
Prospect and Green Streets
l Nazareth5 Pa.
SALES. . . SERVICE
GAS . . . OILS
TIRES . . . BATTERIES
Pall' Sz Darrohn
Iil1l1l1S Sz , ,Schmidt
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The M an's Store
Popular Price Clothing
for Young Men
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Wind Gap, Pa.
F. J. Happel
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M0l0r C0' - OUR OWN ICE CREAM
Maueh Chunk and Church St.
We Specialize in . . .
Young Men's Suits
Sport Coats . .. . Slaeks
Shoes and Hats
13-17 Belvidere Street Nazareth
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