Nazareth Area High School - Comet Yearbook (Nazareth, PA)
- Class of 1942
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This yearbook, of the class
of 1942, will serve as a
memoir to keep alive pleas-
ant recollections of never-
to-be-forgotten days at our
old Alma Mater, Nazareth
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We, the class of 1942, dedicate
this yearbook to the democratic
principles of the American Re-
publics and to a congenial and
everlasting cooperation among'
them. The great Pan American
Union is a union of peoples of dif-
ferent nations, but of similar
ideals of freedom and of self-gov-
ernment. it is our most sincere
hope and desire that these nations
may continue to stand firmly as
formidable foes against the ag-
gressive policies of the totalitarian
powers, and that they may live
with one another in continuous
peace and harmony.
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In the old historic Nazareth
'Gainst the rising sun
Stands our loved Alma Mater
And the Blue and White.
of days to come.
with daily tasks We struggle
our goal in sight
mindful of our brothers
By thy name, dear Alma Mater
We shall Win the fightg
And for us, thy sons and daughters,
Days Will e'er be bright.
Nazareth High, to thee We're pledging
All our main and might-
Never shall dishonor cloud thee
Nor the Blue and White!
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First row: FRANK B. LICH, XYARREN S. DICCH. Cf. l"RlililiRli.'K MARTIN, GEORGE A. SMITH.
Second row: CHARLES P. SCHNERR. l'IE'l'IiR F. YIQISLEY. A, RUSSELL SNYDER. CHARLES il.
Nazareth School Board
C. Frederick Martin, President
A. Russell Snyder, Vice President Charles P. Schnerr, Treasurer
Charles J. Knauss, Secretary to the Board
Fil-sr 1-ow: S. SMLTH. DRAITH, SC'lll.ElC'HliR, SCHLAMP, KLICTK, Nu'HoI.AsE,N. FE'l'HlER0l.F.
ZIEGLER, BOWERS, DE'l'W1LE1:.
Second row: CARLO, LARRY. MACIQEY. METZ. F. HAHN. HUCH, KAHLICR. J. A. HEVKMAN, M.
FHLER, sf'H1.Er1EI.. WEAVER. .
Third ww: 1m1lJOYI'1'Z, POLANSKL. MERCIER. Miss Cl.l'Tli, Miss Nli'HOl.AS, Miss s1.oAT.
M, ZEINER, 1iRoBo'1'H,
Fourth ww: STEVVART, F11f1ELlJ. P. REAGAN, WAL'1'ERs. Is1iNNIf1T'1', MUSCLER. lJI.L'c1os.
MARTINO. M. BAUER. , .
' Comet Staff
James Fetherolf Jane Ann Heckman George Kahler
Marie Klick Clarence Ziegler
June Detwiler Betty Kreidler Ella Kroboth Gloria Mackey
Angelo Martino Elwood Meixsell Anthony Merlo Jennie Polanski
Mildred Schlegel Floyd Stewart Catherine Weaver
William Bennett James Fetherolf Paul Reagan
Social Editor Athletic Editors
Virginia Blinton Margaret Uhler Thomas Papa
Music Editor Photography Editor Joke Editor
Chris Muscler Stella Carlo Joan Mercier
Virginia Drauch Franklin Hahn John Hoch Marjorie Sehleicher
Merle Bauer Betty Bowers John Dlugos Anna Didovitz
Harry Fiiield Jean Lakey Jean Metz Margaret Zeiner
Elizabeth S. Sloat Florence L. Nicholas Jean B. Clute
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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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Nazareth High Forever
This is the school we honor
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Here We will always learn to gain
The knowledge she imparts.
We cherish our school colorsg
We'll ever keep them bright.
They stand for truth and purity
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We Work hard at our studiesg
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Each day We'll try to do our best,
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On the seventh of September in Thirty-nine
We began our freshman year.
We had to work hard, but we thought it was fine
And were sorry when summer drew near.
When we were sophomores, we had a Halloweien Party,
We got our caps and our pennants. '
We chose our motto, colors, and flower-
What a year of happy events!
Soon we were juniors, the proud owners of class rings,
This year came the long-awaited Prom.
We know we shall always remember these things
In the many years to come.
Now we are ready to graduate
And leave these halls for aye.
We must go into the world, and meet our fate
Each going his own separate way.
May we always remember in our heart's deepest core
The fellowship we shared, and the laughter.
But, most of all, may we ever adore
Our loved Alma Mater! .
STUART ALBERT "S0'l'VVl'Uv
The fair sex holds a great attraction for Stuart. Per-
haps that is why he's so tired and sleepy in class. His
main diversions are swimming, skating, and dancing.
Stuart also plays the saxophone and plays it well.
Band C15 C273 Asst. Manager C3Dg Blue and White
Orchestra C155 Commercial Club C3J.
DONALD ALLEN "Donn
Not too studious, comical, and full of pranks-these
characteristics make "Donn an interesting fellow. Don-
ald's hobbies are skating, swimming, and reading dog
stories. His ambition is to be a machinist. Frequently
he is seen walking a certain sophomore home from school,
but who walks her to school???
Science Club CD, Gym Exhibition Clj CZD C3J.
ELAINE ARNOLD "Elaine,'
Always well groomed, always dependable, and always
entertaining, Elaine is a swell "palm to all who know her.
Although "he" takes up a great deal of her time, Elaine
still has an interest in her studies and hopes to become
one of those Hwomen in whiteu in the future
Dramatic Club Clj C21 C355 Blue and White Staff CID.
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Click! Click! What's that noise? It's Merle typing for
the Blue and White Standard or the Comet. This light
haired student is popular with the opposite sex. He is
quite a musician, and plays the saxophone in the school
band. CConfidentially, he is also an expert guitar and
Band C17 Q25 135g Orchestra Cljg Commercial Club
C15 C25 C355 Class Secretary 125g Comet, Typist C335
Blue and White, Typist Q3D.
VVILLIAM BAUER "William,:
William "Chatterbox', Bauer!! This jovial carefree chap
hails from near Bath. Though "Bauer" doesn't take his
studies too seriously, he is an excellent speaker in his
P. D. class. He likes basketball and baseball, but girls
are "taboo" as far as he is concerned. His main ambition
in the future is to become a Welder.
VICTOR BEERS "View
Never hurrying, never Worrying, Victor ambles seren-
ely through life. But just add Robert Kocher to the scene
and the result is terrific. Victor's main attraction in school
is science and he can be found frequently puttering in
Science Club C25 C355 Class Basketball 123, Captain
C353 Athletic Council, Secretary C3Dg Gym Exhibition
JOHN BEISEL "Bud,'
"Bud,' has a mania for Fords, and is especially at-
tached to a certain green one. He was one of our inter-
class basketball stars. Besides operating a hot dog stand
summers in lower Nazareth, the remainder of John's
time is spent in the vicinity of Nazareth High.
Science Club C355 Class Basketball C15 C25 C355 Cheer-
leader C255 Commercial Club C15 C25.
W ILLIAM BENNETT f'Bill1,"!
'tBi1ly" is one of the members of the Comet art staff
and spends much of his time in the art room. Dancing
and drawing are his chief hobbies, and can he get the
girls with that big Buick! He is a welcome addition to
any group of students and is well liked by all.
Gym Exhibition C15 C255 Science Club C15 C355 Mar-
ionette Club C155 Comet, Art Co-Editor C355 Senior Play,
Extra C355 Prom, C0-Chairman of Decoration Committee
MlRlAM BENNINGER "Benny"
ttBennyH is another of the jolly students from B-ath.
She appears to be a very quiet and shy individual, but
that's deceiving. Once started, she can hold her own in
any conversation. Her ambition is to become a nurse.
Glee Club C155 Music Festival C155 Volley Ball C155
Dramatic Club C35.
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Quite good-looking, isn't he? 'tlVlickey" hails from
Stockertown and is considered the champion question
and chatterbox of the class. He also has a flair for
mischiefg however, he takes an interest in his school
work and has proved he's no slacker. "Mickey" espec-
ially enjoyed the part of "Dutch" in t'Growing Pains?
Mary Ellen wouldn't have anything to do with it, would
Music Festival 115, Glee Club 115 125 135, A Cappella
Choir 125 135g Athletic Council 135, Operetta 125 1355
Class Secretary 135, Forum 135, Class Basketball 115
125 135g Basketball, Asst. Manager 135.
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VIRGINIA BLINTON "Gi1my
"She,s blonde!" t'She's tan!" 'tShe's chic!" These com-
bined with a graceful sophistication help make "Ginny"
a center of attraction in any crowd. "Ginny" hails from
'tPhilly" and has a knack for dressing smartly. As a
member of Student Council, "Ginny" was responsible
for the tricky programs at the school dances. Besides
doing her work efficiently, she enjoys dancing and gaiety
when her tasks are finished
Commercial Club 135g Student Council, Asst. Sec. gl
Treas. 135, Comet Staff, Social Editor 135.
Although this small blue eyed girl is serious about her
school work, she is very fond of sports. Bowling and
skating are her favorites, and at basketball she's a whiz.
Wherever there's talking and laughing, there's Betty, for
she is always the center of fun. Her ambition is to be-
come an efficient secretary, and if effort counts, she
certainly will be.
Commercial Club 115 125, Dramatic Club C153 B359
ban 115g volley Ban 135g Hockey 1354 Comet Staff,
Typist 135 .
Blonde hair, a flashing smile, and a keen sense of humor
are the characteristics of Rose. Even though she is a bit
talkative, she always has her Work prepared. Her favorite
pastime is reading.
Glee Club C155 Commercial Club C25 C355 Music Festi-
STELLA CARLO "Stella"
Our small dark-haired and brown-eyed Stella is a
dependable little lassie. At noon she frequently serves as
high school mailman. Her chief hobby is sports. Some
day Stella hopes to be an eflicient nurse.
Volley Ball C15 C355 Baseball C15 C355 Dramatic Club
C25 C355 Comet, Photography Editor C35.
RAYMOND CHRISTMAN, JR. "Ca,6safr,'
"Small but mighty!,' Scarcely over five feet, "Caesar"
can hold his ovvn against surprisingly overwhelming odds.
Not too interested in school Work, he spends much of his
time meandering around with the t'mob',. Everyone re-
sponds to his cheery "hiyah" and with his spirit and his
beaming personality, he can't help but go far ahead after
Glee Club C15 C255 Treasurer C355 A Cappella Choir
C255 Librarian C355 Band C15, Treasurer C255 Track, Var-
sity C15 C25 C355 P. S. M. A. Chorus C355 Operetta C25
C355 Basketball C15 C255 Varsity C355 Music Festival C155
Blue and White Staff C255 Class Treasurer C155 Senior
Play, Extra C35 .
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another of his hunting experiences. This studious boy
would like to Work in an office. His extra time is devoted
to Working for the Bath Boy Scouts.
JANE DERR ffpugn
Jane is the petite miss who came to us from Tamaqua.
Dancing, singing, and writing letters are her pleasures.
"Pug's" pleasing personality accounts for her popularity,
and will be a great asset to her when she enters the
Glee Club C15 C25 C353 A Cappella Choir C355 Dram-
atic Club C25 C35g Science Club C25, P. S. M. A, Chorus
C355 Music Festival C15, Operetta C25 C35g Basketball C15
C25 C35g Baseball C15.
JUNE DETWILER 'Uunej'
June has accomplished quite a bit in her favorite field,
art. She received honorable mention at an exhibition at
the University of Pennsylvania for her creation of the
clay model, "The Pottery Maker". Commercial and fine
art, studying piano, and singing keep June busy, but she
always Hnds time to keep up her considerable correspon-
Glee Club C15 C25 C35g A Cappella Choir C355 Dramatic
Club C355 Music Festival C153 Marionette Club C153
Senior Play, Property Committee C35g Comet, Personal-
ity Editor C355 Operetta C35.
ANNA DIDOVITZ ,
When this light-haired girl is not working for Miss
Nicholas, she is busy practicing shorthand or doing other
lessons. Anna is one of the few seniors who have achieved
a shorthand speed of 120 words a minute. If anyone
needs a good stenographer, be sure to see Anna.
Glee Club C13, Music Festival C13, Commercial Club
C13 C23 C33g Magazine Campaign, Asst. Business
Manager C23, Senior Play, Business Staff C333 Blue and
White Standard, Typist C33g Comet Staff, Typist C335
Hockey C13 C23 C335 Volley Ball C13 C23 C33g Basketball
C13 C23 C333 Baseball C23, Gym Exhibition C13 C23.
HAROLD DEWALT "HarOldU
This quiet fellow believes in the old adage, "Slow but
sure? Harold is a member of the Glee Club and A Cap-
pella Choir. His hobby is building model airplanes.
Science Club C13 C23, Glee Club C335 A Cappella Choir
C33g Orchestra C13.
JAMES DIEHL "Jim'm'ie',
Blond, wavy hair, and soft brown eyes that captivate
the girls, hearts are "Jimmie's" chief attractions. He has
a deep voice and a pleasing personality. Quite an actor,
too, is "Jimniie'f, one of the leads in "Growing Pains".
He is a good sport, well-liked by all his classmates and
very likely to succeed in his chosen occupation.
Senior Play, Major C33g Operetta, Major C23, Music
Festival C135 Glee Club C13 C23, A Cappella Choir C13
C23, Dramatic Club C23, Class Basketball C23 C33g Basket-
ball C13, Athletic Council, Asst. Sec.-Treas. C23, Class
Vice Pres. C13 C23, Gym Exhibition C13.
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"Dilcherd", who hails from Clearfield, is small but
mighty. He doesn't have much to say While he's in school,
but after school you really get a different opinion of him.
"Dilcherd" tells us his only interests in life are "Made-
line" and "cider making."
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JOHN DLUGOS "J0hnU
Chatter! Chatter! Chatter! This is probably John and
Harry talking, for there is never a dull moment-or a
quiet ones-when they're together. John has his own ideas
about the war situation and is fond of expressing them
freely in P. D. class.
Cornet Staff, Typist C3J.
Virginia, a new-corner, hails from Pleasant Valley, Pa.
This blonde-haired lassie intends to become a Vocal in-
structor. She has participated in the All District Chorus
and in our annual operetta. With her golden voice and
cheerful personality. Virginia is sure to be a success.
Blue and White Staff C353 A Cappella Choir C3Dg P.
S. M. A, Chorus C3Dg Glee Club 435.
OLGA DOROZOWSKI 'fOlga"
This quiet lass with dark brown hair and gleaming eyes
is fond of reading. However, Olga tells us that swimming
is her favorite sport and that she is fond of visiting
Glee Club C15g Music Festival C153 Commercial Club
VIRGINIA DRAUCH "Ginny"
'4Ginny,', the secretary of the Commercial Club, is a
ifriend to everyone. This friendliness extends even to our
football team-at least to one of its members. She was
Terry's friend in "Growing Pains". "Ginny" has been the
eiicient Business Manager of the Blue and White Stand-
Commercial Club C15 C25, Secretary C355 Student Lib-
rarian C253 Class Secretary C255 Student Council C155
Blue and White Standard, Asst. Bus. Manager C25, Busi-
ness Manager C35g Senior Play, Minor C355 Comet, Asst.
Bus. Manager C35, Gym Exhibition C15 C253 Orchestra
WALTER EDELMAN "Edelma'rV'
Mention airplanes and marines and 'tEdelman" will
be interested. Walter, whose hobby is building model
airplanes and collecting airplane pictures, wants to enlist
in the marines some day. After school, he takes the "shoe-
leather" express for East Lawn.
Science Club C15 C25.
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With an air of gaiety and a smile on her lips, Ethel
greets life with its joys and sorrows. She's a whiz in
chemistry and physics. Believe it or not, girls, but
Ethel expects to marry and settle down on a farm in the
future. How about it, Ethel?
Science Club Clbg Senior Play, Business Staff C3J.
RUSSELL ESCHENFELDER "RuSty,'
A flash of blue side-stepping and pivoting and 'tRustyl'
is off for a touchdown. This very pleasant-natured fellow
is well-liked by all. He professes to dislike the fair sex
intensely and blushes at a moment's notice. "Rusty" as-
pires to become an automobile mechanic and we know
heill be a good one.
Football CID, Varsity C25 C335 Baseball CD, Varsity
C27 C3Jg Class Basketball C19 C23 C3Jg Athletic Council,
EVELYN FEHR "Sn0OkcT'J
This small miss cannot be outdone on the basketball
ccurt and brought her senior team through an untied and
undefeated season. "Snooker" also participates in other
sports. Her main interest, however, centers in the small
town of Hecktown.
Basketball CD, Captain C21 CSDQ Hockey Clj CSD, Cup-
tain C2Jg Volley Ball C23 CSD, Captain C135 Baseball Clj
C3D, Captain C2j.
Vice Pres. C335 Class Asst. Sec, and Treas. C37.
VINCENZA FERRARO "D0lly,'
'tGiggle, giggle!" Is that Dolly we hear? This jolly
individual is well-liked by her fellow seniors. However,
Dolly does have her serious moments, and she can apply
herself if she wishes.
Glee Club C15 C25 C355 Commercial Club C15 C25 C353
Dramatic Club C355 Music Festival C15, Volley Ball C15
C25 C35g Basketball C15 C253 Hockey C253 Baseball C25.
JAMES FETHEROLF 'Timmy'
A highly developed brain plus an artistic temperament
are only two of Jimmy's assets. Besides these, he is a
neat dresser and possesses the ability to make and keep
friends. Nothing daunts him in his studies, not even
chemistry. On the football field Jimmy helped the team
to more than one victory.
Football C15 C25, Varsity C35g Baseball C253 Track,
Varsity C35g Class Treasurer C25, Marionette Club C15,
Comet, Art Co-Editor and Associate Editor C35g Magazine
Campaign, Publicity Manager C25, Gym Exhibition C15
C25g Science Club C25 C35g Prom Decorating Committee,
HARRY FIFIELD "Ha'r1'y',
Here's the class tease, Harry. To hear this chap arguing
with Dlugos, we'd think he should be a lawyer instead
of a secretary. Harry is extremely fond of chattering
at all times and under all circumstances even if it results
Science Club C15 C25 C35g Comet, Typist C35.
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functioning again. John is not too keen about school and
spends his spare time riding or repairing his motorcycle or
taking care of his menagerie. Some day he'll own a
Whole zoo, no doubt.
Science Club Cl3 C335 Class Basketball C13 C23 C335
Baseball, Asst. Manager C13g Football C13 C235 Gym
Exhibition C13 .
RALPH FRANTZ "Ralpl1U
Picture a quiet and grave young man with respect for
everyone, and you have Ralph. He has shown his industry
by the frequency with which his name appears on the
honor roll. After school he can usually be found in the
manual training department making some useful article.
Class Historian C23 C33.
WILLIAM GOLD "Goldie"
Ha! Ha! He! He! Ho! That's "Goldie's'l famous laugh.
It can be heard from one end of the hall to the other.
Not too interested in school Work, "Goldie" spends most
or his time cruising around the building in search of some
noisy pastime. He is a good sport and greatly brightens
up any group in which he happens to be.
Band C13 C23 C33g Blue and White Orchestra C23g
Class Basketball C13 C23 C33g Science Club C335 Brass
This dark-haired miss hails from Bushkill Centre and
believes in being seen but not heard. However, outside
of school Ann is a merry lassie with plenty to chatter
about. She is somewhat undecided about her future but
We think it has something to do With a certain ttsailort'
out Chicago Way.
RICHARD GOODHARD "Dicki'
Smiling, happy-go-lucky-these describe Richard to a
"T", A three-letter man, Richard has proved quite adept
in all the major sports. Dick hopes to continue basketball,
football, or baseball as a career.
Football, Varsity C13 C23 C33g Basketball, Varsity Cl3,
Captain C23 C33g Baseball, Varsity C13 C23 C33g Athletic
Association, President C23.
RUTH GOWER "Ruth7'
Ruth is one of our more quiet and serious members
who spends much of her time reading. Since she is an
out-of-town student, Ruth can't participate in many
extra-class activities. Collecting movie star photographs
is her hobby. She tells us that home economics is her
Commercial Club C13 C23 C33.
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WALTER HAGENBUCH "Walt"
"Walt" doesn't need much inducement to produce a
rosy tint in his cheeks. But he's a good-natured fellow
and one of the class cut-ups. As a participant in football
and baseball, "Waltl' succeeded in helping out the teams
a great deal. Even though he does get out-of-hand every
once in a while, he can always be depended upon for
serious thinking and a good scholastic record. His bari-
tone horn is a vital part of the school band and his bass
voice is very welcome in the Glee Club.
Boys' Glee Club C13 C23, Librarian C333 A Cappela
Choir C13 C23 C333 Football C13 C23, Varsity C333 Base-
ball C13 C233 Music Festival C133 Operetta Major C23 C333
Gym Exhibition C233 P.S.M.A. Chorus C23 C333 Blue and
White Standard C233 Brass Choir C13 C233 Forum C233
Rep. of Northampton Co. in Junior Senate at Harrisburg
C333 District Band C333 Student Council C133 Band C13
FRANKLIN HAHN "HahnieU
'LI-Eahnie" ducks his head, blushes, and quirks his eye-
brows on the slightest notice from any girl. However,
his obliging manner and pleasing personality undoubtedly
have made him a favorite among his classmates. Hahnie
is a Hwhizv in chemistry and mathematics and hopes to
become an engineer.
Glee Club C13 C23 C333 A Cappella Choir C13 C23 C333
Music Festival C133 Operetta C23 C333 Class Asst. Sec.
and Treas. C13 C23, Treasurer C333 Student Council C333
Comet Staff, Asst. Business Manager C333 Science Club
C13 C23 C333 Football C13 C23.
ERMA HAHN "ETmf1v
Gay, lighthearted, kind and courteous-that's Erma,
bustling about the halls each day with the absentee slips.
Books are some of her best companions and why not?
9527 is her goal in German each marking period. Erma
has other interests too-such as Tommy and his airplane.
Glee Club C23 C333 Operetta, Minor C233 Gym Exhibi-
Hear that whistle? It's Darwin, our Cherry Hill student,
imitating the numerous types of train whistles. He fre-
quents the neighboring skating rinks. His interest centers
around a certain small senior lassie.
Craft Club C13 C23 C33g Gym Exhibition 413.
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Thomas is a quiet and hard-working chap. He is secre-
tary of the 4-H club in Bushkill Township, but he hopes
to become an airplane pilot after leaving school. Naturally
his hobby is building model airplanes.
Science Club C13 .
ARLENE HAWK "Arlene"
Arlene is the student who managed somehow to lose
her voice at a basketball game the night before her P. D.
report. Her originality in arranging her hair foretells
success in her future vocation, hairdressing.
Glee Club C13 C23 C33g A Cappella Choir C13 C23 C333
Commercial Club C13 C33g Volley Ball C13 C23g Basket-
ball Cl3 C235 Baseball C13.
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ELWOOD HAYNE "Harley"
Yes, it's another one of those Bath fellows. '4Herky"
appears on the surface to be a quiet lad, but when you
get to know him he's really a chatterbox. His main inter-
est in school happens to be "Catherine". "Herky" hopes
to be a part of the business world in the future.
Commercial Club C25, A Cappella Choir C25g Glee Club
DOROTHEA HECKMAN "Bebe,'
Yeah team! Yeah team! It's none other than our head
cheerleader, Bebe, cheering the team to victory. Al-
though she is one of the smallest girls in our class, she
demonstrated her ability as manager for the Curtis Com-
pany during the Magazine Campaign.
Cheerleader C25, Head Cheerleader C35g Magazine Cam-
paign, Ass't. Business Manager C25, Business Manager
C353 Blue and White Standard, Asst. Editor C25, Asst.
Business Manager C35g Dramatic Club C15 C25 C355 Glee
Club C15 C25 C35g A Cappella Choir C35g Music Festival
Cl5g Operetta C25 C35g Gym Exhibition C15 C25, Basket-
bau C15 C25 C35g Baseball C15 C25 C35g volley Ball C15
C25 C35g Student Librarian C25, Senior Play, Extra C35.
JANE ANN HECKMAN "Jane Annu
Dependable and studious, Jane Ann sets to work with
a Will. Besides being an associate editor of the Comet, she
Was one of our representatives in the Eastern District
Chorus. Jane Ann is a proficient violinist and someday
hopes to become a music teacher.
Glee Club C15 C25, Vice Pres. C35g A Cappella Choir
C15 C25 C35g Music Festival C153 Operetta C25 C35g Senior
Play, Business Manager C353 Comet, Ass't. Editor C353
P.S.lVi.A. Chorus C35.
LLOYD HEITZMAN "He'Ltzman,'
MATILDA HEIDENWOLF "Tillie"
Tall, slender "Tillie" is one of the numerous commer-
cial students. She is one of our wizards in sports, too
Bowling and dancing, especially with that certain person
are her favorite pastimes.
Craft Club C155 Commercial Club C255 Hockey C15 C25,
Captain C355 Volley Ball C15 C25 C355 Basketball C15 C35,
Captain C255 Baseball C15 C25 C355 Gym Exhibition C15
Boy' Look at that back plowing through the line! Yes,
it's f'Heitzman" gaining yardage for the old Alma Mater.
I-le also was a top-rating basketball player and track man.
You'll never catch "Heitzman" straining himself carry-
ing books home, but he is an all-round good fellow and
lots of fun.
Basketball C15, Varsity C25 C355 Track C15 C25 C355
Football, Varsity C355 Band C15 C25 C355 Orchestra C155
Brass Choir C15 C255 Science Club C15 C255 Glee Club C355
A Cappella Choir C355 Operetta C355 Class Basketball,
Coach C255 Gym Exhibition C15 C255 Blue and White
CATHERINE HELLER "Cassie"
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1 girl from Bath
Mix these ingredients thoroughly and you have this
merry, bright-eyed lass. Constantly dashing about chat-
tering keeps 'tCassie" quite busy. She tells us that steno-
graphy will be her future occupation but we believe
t'Charles" has something to say about that.
Glee Club C15 C25 C355 A Cappella Choir C355 Music
Festival C155 Dramatic Club C155 Operetta, Chorus C35.
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MARY HELLER "Mm'y,'
This small, diropled, blue-eyed blonde seems quiet and
studious, but the twinkle in her eyes sometimes gives her
away. Mary does her bit in the band as a saxaphone
player and hopes some day to become a music teacher.
Glee Club C15g A Cappella Choir C15g Band C15 C25,
Program Secretary C353 Orchestra C155 Music Festival C15.
MATT HENNING "MattU
Girls, if you want any information about the culinary
arts, ask Matt. He knows all about baking, for he makes
anything from candied dates to three layer cakes. Matt
also spends time on his hobby, model airplane building.
His ambition is to be an airplane mechanic.
Glee Club C15 C25 C35g A Cappella Choir C25 C35g
Band C15 C255 Class Basketball C35g Operetta, Chorus
C25 C35g Music Festival C15g Airplane Club C35.
SHIRLEY HERBST "S7'Vi7'l9lJ:'
Clash! Clash! Thatts Shirley banging the cymbols in
the band. She's interested in athletics and participates in
many sports. Shirley portrayed the part of Elsie in
Orchestra C15g Band C15 C25, Attendance Secretary C35g
Commercial Club C25 C35g Athletic Council C253 BHS'
ketball C15 C25 C35g Hockey C15 C25g Volley Ball C15 C253
Baseball, Captain C15, Manager C25, Jr. High Manager
C353 Senior Play, Minor C353 Student Librarian C25g Gym
Exhibition C15 C25.
This serious-minded chap hails from Cherry Hill. Wil-
liam is a conscientious Worker at his lessons and in the
shop, Where he spends much extra time.
Craft Club C15, President C35g Commercial Club C25
LILLIE HERD "Lillle,'
Lillie's friendly smile and pleasing personality have
Won her many friends. Would you believe that Lillie
likes gum? Although her interests are not in Nazareth,
she attends the social functions at Nazareth High.
Commercial Club C15 C255 Glee Club C255 Dramatic
Club C15 C25g Volley Ball C25 C35g Operetta C35.
JOHN HOCH "H0tch3'
Imagine a man composed of electrons! That sounds like
one of "Hotch's" fantastic theories, Dependable and en-
ergetic, John has proved a wizard in chemistry. In fact,
he toes the mark in everything he does. His main am-
bition is to become a pharmacist.
Band C15 C355 Asst. Manager C25g Athletic Associa-
tion, Treasurer C255 Senior Play C355 Student Council,
President C25g Class President C255 Science Club C35'
Class Basketball C15 C25 C35g Brass Choir C25.
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"May I help you?" asks Pauline across the counter of
lVIurphy's Five and Dime each Saturday. Pauline is es-
pecially fond of her cooking and sewing periods, and does
much cooking at home. Pauline has other interests out-
side of school! I I
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FRANK HURYN NFTGWKN
Quite the ladies man! That's t'Frank". 'tFrank" seems
to have pretty much trouble in the Fifteen minute periods
keeping out of mischief. A good fellow, he keeps those
around him in high spirits. This chap is interested in be-
coming an accountant and will probably be one of the
Class Secretary CD, Vice President C3Dg Student Coun-
cil C2bg Athletic Council, Assistant Secretary and Treas-
urer 123g Varsity Baseball C153 Dramatic Club CD.
JOSEPHINE ISWORSKI fzfof'
"What do you know, Jo?" is the phrase which frequently
greets Josephine. Lessons to her are handicaps. Could
that be due to a certain 'tinterest" that comes around?
Jo is one of our sport enthusiasts.
Glee Club CD C2Jg Music Festival QZJQ Commercial
Club Cljg Volley Ball C13 C3jg Basketball Q3Dg Baseball
A short, curly headed fellow with a rather humorous
personality is Russell. English class is Johnson's Water-
loog however he manages to pass all his subjects. 'John-
son" is often seen in the library. Could it be an interest
LORRAINE JOHNSON ffRaincy"
Five foot two
Eyes of blue
That's Lorraine. "Rainey" likes to sing and is a member
of the Glee Club and A Cappella Choir. 1-Ier hobbies are
keeping a scrapbook and reading.
Glee Club C15 C25 C35g A Cappella Choir, Sec.-Treas.
C35g Music Festival C155 Operetta C25 C35g P.S.M.A.
Chorus C35g Dramatic Club C15 C25 C355 Blue and White
Standard C253 Senior Play, Extra C35.
EARL JONES "J0nesy"
HA tough defensive end to get past," is what the oppos-
ing team says of "Jonesy". He really was a slam-bang
end on the varsity football squad. However, sports don't
take up all of his time. He can't miss those dates with
another little senior. Can you, 'tJonesy"?
Glee Club C15g A Cappella Choir C15g Commercial
Club, Treasurer C15g Football, Varsity C15 C25 C35g Track
C15 C25, Manager C35g Senior Play, Usher C353 Athletic
Council C353 Gym Exhibition C15 C25g Musical Festival
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Steve is a tall, quiet boy who is not too interested in
school work, but who does achieve satisfactory results.
His interest in sports is shown by his participation in
inter-class basketball and track. "Butch', is a good sport
and plans to join the army after graduation.
Track CU C353 Senior Play, Usher 131, Gym Exhibi-
KENNETH KACHLINE "K2nny,'
Talk about fishing and "Kenny" is your friend forever,
for this is his chief hobby. Although Kenneth is busy, he
finds time to practice blowing his trumpet for the Naz-
areth High School Band. He spends his time out of
school Washing Windows and doing other odd jobs at
Murphy's Five and Ten.
Band Clj C23 CBJ.
GEORGE KAHLER, JR. "GeO'rge,' '
There goes George sauntering down the hall to his
next class. He certainly puts up some arguments in
Problems class. A drummer in the school band, he does
a great deal to add to its effectiveness. He is well-liked
by all his classmates and willingly gives advice to those
in doubt. George is an industrious student and is con-
stantly working for high scholastic standing in his class.
Marionette Club Cljg Blue and White Standard Q15 C255
Comet Staff, Associate Editor 139, Music Festival, Stage
Manager Qlbg Gym Exhibition CD, Band, Treasurer CBDQ
Senior Play, Major 433g Magazine Campaign, Publicity
GERALD KALE "Kalie,'
Gerald's ability as a baseball player has been demon-
strated by his position on the Edelman's Boys' Club. Why
is he interested in the sophomore class? t'Kalie's" chief
ambition is to become a pilot.
Science Club C15.
BETTY KAUFFMAN "BetZyN
t'Betzy" is one of the most agreeable members of the
senior class. In fact, she's so agreeable that she never
gets into an argument. "Betzy" is especially fond of ten-
nis and swimming. She hopes to become a secretary
Glee Club C15 C25 C355 Dramatic Club C25g Volley
Ball C15g Music Festival C153 Operetta C25 C35.
CLAIRE KEEN "ClaireU
Curly blonde hair
A cheery smile
A six-foot red-head
The above articles are the possessions of Claire, the
well-groomed miss from East Lawn, who greets every-
one with a pleasant 'tliellof' She is faithful to her studies
as Well as to that "certain person".
Commercial Club C15 C25 C355 Craft Club C355 Glee
Club C15g Volley Ball C155 Music Festival C15g Forum
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ELLA KELCHNER "Ella"
Ella's dark naturally wavy hair is the envy of all
the girls, especially on rainy days. She fulfills all of her
duties with a smile, and her favorite pastime in school
is teasing Harry. He deserves it, too. She is a good friend
to all who know her and is lots of fun outside of classes.
El1a's industriousness and serious attitude will help to
make her a good stenographer.
Commercial Club, Reporter C13 125, President 135,
Blue and White Standard, Associate Editor C27g Maga-
zine Campaign, Manager CSD, Class, Secretary 135.
DOLORES KEMMERER f'Gabby"
Swish! That's Dolores hustling down the hall on her
way to make a social call. We wonder whether her abil-
ity to write letters-especially those certain letters to
Hawaii-is as effectual as her ability to chatter.
Glee Club C15 425, Operetta, Minor C155 Music Festiv-
MURIEL KERN "Ke'rnieu
Tall, blonde, and quiet, Muriel is an industrious worker
and a good student. A friend to everyone, she should be
an efficient stenographer. Although Muriel doesnlt go out
for many extra activities, she has been loyal to the Glee
Club for three years.
Glee Club C15 C25 433, Music Festival CID, Commer-
cial Club Q3J.
Music and a guitar are all "Louie" needs for a good
time, In fact he often plays over WEST and WCAU
radio stations. He also enjoys singing in the Glee Club.
After school he helps his father on the farm.
Glee Club C15 C25 C355 A Cappella Choir C25 C355 Music
Festival C15g Operetta C25 C35.
ERMA KILPATRICK "Shorty,
This small lassie is a whirlwind on both ice and roller
skates. In school she took part in volley bali and basket-
ball. Erma makes most of her clothing, for her favorite
pastime is sewing.
Volley Ball C35.
MILDRED KLEINTOP "Mildred"
Mildred does not need very much urging to sing, for
her interest lies in, music. She is a member of the Glee
Club and the A Cappella Choir and intends to sing at the
Round-Up in Easton some' day. However, her goal in life
is to become a secretary.
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1-2-3! 1-2-3! Itts Marjorie practicing on her saxa-
phone and accordian. Mention music and she's in her
element. She's fond of dancing and not entirely unin-
terested in the opposite sex.
Band C15 C25 C35g Orchestra C155 Blue and White
Orchestra C15, Gym Exhibition C15.
lVlARlE KLICK "Marten
Blonde curly locks, sparkling blue eyes, a cheery smile,
plus a sunny disposition have Won Marie many friends.
She is very much alive and her chief delight is in the
realm of sports. Marie tells us her first love is music but
We have our doubts!!!
Volley Ball Cl5g Basketball C25, Captain C15, Gym Ex-
hibition C15 C25g C-lee Club C25, Secretary C15, President
C355 Music Festival C15, Operetta C25g A Cappella Choir
C15 C25g Dramatic Club C15 C25g Class Secretary C15:
Senior Play, Minor C35g Comet Staff, Associate Editor C35.
RUTH KOCH "Ruthie"
Blue eyes, auburn hair, and fair skin-that's Ruth.
Possessing chic, Ruth has a flair for wearing clothes which
seem to be just her style. Her interest is centered around
a certain quiet senior.
Glee Club C15 C25 C35g A Cappella Choir C15 C25 C352
Music Festival C15, Operetta C25 C35.
ROBERT KOCHER "KOcheW
In school Kocher is a quiet little gentleman, but that
ends when the buzzer rings. A great lover of basketball,
he makes up for his smallness by his speed and ability.
The friend and companion of Beers, they can always be
found plotting new mischief.
Football C15g Basketball C15 C25, Varsity C35, Baseball,
Asst. Manager Cl5, Head Manager C25 C353 Science Club
C255 Athletic Council C25 C35g Gym Exhibition C15 C25.
KENNETH KOEHLER f'Ken'rLy"
Watch that man! Yes, it's "Kenny,' playing basketball
after school again instead of cooking supper. Kenneth's
principal hobby is burning pictures on Wood. Although
his ambition is to be a commercial artist, he would also
make a good chef.
Science Club C15 C25g Senior Play, Minor C35.
LORRAINE KRATZER "Tuttie,'
"Tuttie's" sociability and fun-loving spirit make her a
pleasant addition to the class. As an active member of
the Glee Club and A Capella Choir, she was one of the
representatives of N. H. S. in the Eastern District High
School Chorus. "Tuttie" aims to do secretarial Work.
Glee Club C15 C25 C35g Music Festival C15g Operetta
C25 C355 P. S. M. A. Chorus C353 Commercial Club C25
C355 A Cappella Choir C25 C35g Senior Play C355 Blue and
White Standard, Typist C35.
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BEATRICE KREIDLER "BCattyH
Meet the taller and more serious of the twins, "Beatty'7.
Frequently she is seen leading the band in her blue and
white uniform as a color guard. These Newburg twins are
almost always seen with their best Newburg pal, Lorraine,
Glee Club C15 C25, Librarian C353 A Cappella Choir
C15 C25 C353 Dramatic Club C15 C25 C353 Color Guard
C15 C25 C353 Senior Play C353 Music Festival C153 Oper-
etta C25 C353 P.S.1Vl.A. Chorus C35.
BETTY KREIDLER "Betty,'
Believe it or not-Betty and Beatrice are twins! Betty
is the smaller and more active of the two. Her fondness
for music is shown by her participation in the Glee Club,
A Cappella Choir, and the Eastern District Chorus. Betty
is the one who puts variation into the band by playing
the Bell Lyre.
Band C15 C25, Corresponding Sec. C353 Dramatic Club
C15 C25, President C353 Glee Club C15 C25 C353 A Cap-
pella Choir C15 C25 C353 Oratorial Contest C253 Student
Council C153 P.S.M.A. Chorus C353 Operetta C25 C353
Music Festival C153 Senior Play C353 Comet Staff, Per-
sonality Writer C35.
ELLA KROBOTH 'gElli9U
Another strike! That's Ellie bowling. This active miss
spends her spare time bowling, dancing, or playing bas-
ketball. Although she is always busy, "Ellie" finds time
to write to her brothers in the service.
Glee Club C15 C25 C353 Operetta, Minor C253 Music
Festival C153 Commercial Club C153 Basketball C15 C25
C353 Volley Ball C15 C353 Gym Exhibition C15 C253 Comet
Staff, Personality Writer C353 Baseball C15.
This gay, blue-eyed lassie, who hails from Chapmans,
is always found with Beatrice. Jean is one of the Comet
typists. Besides being an active member of the Com-
mercial and Dramatic Clubs, t'Jeanie" is a good student.
Comet Staff, Typist C355 Dramatic Club C25, Vice
President C355 Commercial Club C15 C25 C355
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ETHYL KUNKEL "Kunkie"
Listen! What bird's singing? It's Ethyl practicing for
an amateur contest. She can't decide whether she wants
to study music or home economics. Ethyl is our Bath
Glee Club C15 C25 C355 A Cappella Choir C355 Dramatic
Club C155 Music Festival C155 Gperetta C35.
EUGENE LEVAN "LeVcm,'
Tall, Well-built and Well-liked by all his classmates--
that's LeVan. He Was a plunging half-back on the foot-
ball team, an energetic guard on the basketball team,
and a distance runner in track. Brut his studies don't suf-
fer because of these athletic interests or because of thc
constant company he keeps with a prim little "P. GY,
LeVan loves to be near airplanes and is really serious
about piloting a transport some day.
Football C15 C25 C355 Basketball C25 C355 Track C15
C25 C355 Forum C355 Pres. of Nat. Defense Model Air-
plane Builders C355 Glee Club C15 C255 A Cappella C255
Class Historian C255 Class Vice Pres. C35.
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If you are feeling down-hearted, go to Althea, for she
makes a practice of telling jokes to cheer people up.
Althea likes music and belongs to the Glee Club and A
Cappella Choir. 'Tomboyl' enjoys basketball, football,
volley ball, and ice skating. By the Way, we Wonder
what became of Althea's class ring.
Glee Club C23 C335 A Cappella C33g Basketball C333
Volley Ball C23, Captain C33g Operetta C33.
GLORIA MACKEY "GlOv'iav
A pleasing personality plus willingness to work help
make Gloria Well-liked by everyone. Never in trouble
herself, she radiates fun and cheerfulness wherever she
goes. As Terry of "Growing Pains", Gloria displayed
notable dramatic ability. A staunch friend and a true
companion, Gloria will make a good Wife for-but we're
not supposed to tell.
Glee Club C23, A Cappella Choir C23, Gperetta, Minor
C23g Senior Play, Major C33, Comet Staff, Personality
Hilda is another of Murphy's capable counter girls.
She is a sport enthusiast and a good dancer. Hilda tells
us she is interested in secretarial work.
Commercial Club C23 C33g Craft Club C13g Basketball
C23 C33, Captain C13g Volley Ball C23 C33, Captain C133
Baseball C13 C23 C33g Hockey C23 C33, Captain Cl3.
"There, Terry, you 1nustn't feel so badly about it,"
says our Mrs. McIntyre of "Growing Pains? 'tMac" is
our efficient editor of the Blue and White. Besides par-
ticipating in the Forum, she won oratorical prizes in her
sophomore and junior years. "Mac" hopes to enter the
field of journalism and with her scholastic standing and
personality, she is sure to make good.
Blue and White, Associate Editor C15, Co-Editor C25
C35, Dramatic Club C15 C25 C35g Forum C25 C35, Vice
President C155 Oratorical Contest C15 C25 C35g Senior
Play, Major C35g Gym Exhibition C155 Chairman, Prom
Entertainment Committee C25
ANGELO MARTINO "Angelo"
Small, mischievous, with plenty of pep describes Angelo
to a "T,'. Although he doesn't relish tests and long
assignments and never tires himself with studies, he
manages to get along. Barbering is Angelo's intended
Comet Staff, Personality Writer C35.
ELWOOD MEIXSELL "Miken
Six feet two, broad shoulders, and blond hair are what
make the girls sigh. And whom does this description fit?
"Mike',l A charging tackle on the football squad and a
vital part of the baseball and basketball teams are a few
of "Mike's" attributes. But his interest doesn't lie only
in sports! Does it, "Mike',?
Football C15 C25, Varsity C355 Basketball C25, Ass't.
Mgr. C15, Varsity C35g Science Club C155 Commercial
Club C155 Comet Staff, Personality Writer C35.
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JOAN MERCIER "Joan"
Meet our new-comer from Flushing, Long Island. This
French-Canadian lassie with a Southern drawl joined
us in our senior year, after attending twelve different
schools from Georgia to New York. Joan plans to enter
Bellevue Hospital after graduation.
Comet Staff, Joke Editor C33.
ANTHONY MERLO "Tough
Chubby and dark complexioned, Tony is everybody's
friend. He gets into a scrape every now and then with
his teachers but is liked by all of them. Although Tony
seldom comes into Contact with his books, he manages
to get along quite well Without too much eiort.
Commercial Club C23g Dramatic Club C23g Band C13g
Forum C335 Track, Asst. Manager Cl3g Comet, Person-
ality Writer C33.
JEAN METZ 'ileanu
Twinkling green eyes, a cheerful little smile, and a
merry "hello'y-these have Won Jean a great many friends
throughout her high school days. This happy lass is
interested in music but her "one big interest" is that little
senior from Room 33!! How about it, Jean? Jean hopes to
become someone's Hstenogn in the future.
Commercial Club C133 Student Librarian C13 C23 C33g
Student Council, Asst. Sec-Treas. C235 Glee Club C23,
Sec.-Treas. C33g Operetta C23g Comet Staff, Typist C33.
t'May I help you?H Hattie chants behind the counter
at Murphy's Five and Dime store each Saturday. Hattie
dances exceptionally well, and spends much of her spare
time writing letters to the army.
Basketball C195 Commercial Club C39.
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GEORGE MILKOVITS "Milky,'
t'Milky" spends his spare time bowling or at the movies.
His hobby is collecting newspaper clippings and pictures
of important sports events. t'Milky" wants to become a
truck driver after graduation.
This pert miss who hails from Stockertown is always
wearing a pleasant smile and is ready to burst into
giggles at the slightest provocation. She goes out for
sports in a big way and is at her best as a basketball
forward. Some day she wants to take care of the sick.
Glee Club C19 C293 Operetta C29g A Cappella Choir
C19 C293 Music Festival C193 Basketball C19 C29 C39Q
Volley Ball C19 C29 C39g Hockey C19 C29 C39g Baseball
C19 C29 C395 Gym Exhibition C19 C29g Student Council
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This quiet commercial student has quite a sense of
humor. Although he participates in few extra-class ac-
tivities, he enjoys all forms of sports, especially basket-
ball. "B-ill's" ambition is to become an office Worker.
Science Club C153 Class Basketball C35.
Robert has an excellent sense of humor and a pleasing
personality. Each morning he helps on his dad's baker
truck before coming to school. Sports and outdoor activi-
seem to be 'tNagel's" diversions during his spare
Football C253 Commercial Club C15 C25, Treasurer C35.
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Do, Re, Mi, Fa, So, La, Ti, Do-Oh, it's our jolly tenor
from Bath! Chris has participated in many musical activ-
ities during his high school career. Although singing takes
up most of his time, Chris has proved himself a good
barber and has decided to make that his future occupa-
Band C153 Orchestra C153 Glee Club C15 C25, Vice
President C353 A Cappella Choir C15 C25, Vice President
C353 Music Festival, Soloist C153 Operetta, Major C25 C353
Football C253 Science Club C253 P.S.M.A. Chorus C25
C353 Pa. All-State Chorus C353 Class Basketball C153
Comet Staff, Music Editor C35.
"Nick's" combination of humor, study, and work makes
HAROLD NEWTON "Harold"
A regular bookworm is this fellow from Bath, whose
diet consists of sports and detective stories. Maybe that's
why he puts in extra hours after school. Harold is greatly
interested in sports, and was quite a help to the track
Track C15, Varsity C25 C355 Class Basketball Cl5 C25.
him an extremely busy fellow. Paul takes a great interest
in his lessons and spends many hours in the laboratory.
As Editor-in-Chief of the Comet, he worked diligently
to make it a success. His cheerful cooperation with any
group is one of his commendable traits. Someday he hopes
to be a West Point cadet.
Science Club C15 C25 C355 Music Festival C255 Football
C355 Blue and White Standard C155 Senior Class, Presi-
dent C355 Comet Staff, Editor-in-chief C355 Glee Club
C155 Senior Play, Business C355 Class Basketball C15 C355
Student Council, President C35.
THOMAS PAPA "Tommy,
Among Tommy's favorite pastimes are chewing gum
and hearing big bands. This Stockertown chap takes an
interest in sports and was last year's football manager.
He spends a great deal of his spare time driving his
Dodge around Tatamy. We wonder why?
Science Club C155 Commercial Club C15 C255 Athletic
Council C355 Football, Asst. Manager C15 C255 Manager
C355 Comet Staff, Athletic Editor C35.
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When looking for "Shorty',, find the Stockertown gang,
as hels a loyal member. At 4:00 o'clock each day George
boards the bus for home. His interest in baseball has
earned him an infield position on the school team.
Science Club C15 C25g Class Basketball C15 C25 C35g
Baseball C25 C35.
JENNIE POLANSKI 'Uenniev
UWon't you have some?" Jennie is handing out samples
of her baking achievements. A pleasing personality and
a Willingness to be accommodating make Jennie a popular
member of our class.
Glee Club C15 C25 C353 Operetta C25 C35g Music Fes-
tival C155 Commercial Club C15g Gym Exhibition C253
Comet Staff, Personality Writer C35.
JOHN PORT "POTtie',
Meet Brian, a member of the senior play cast. "Portie',,
who hails from Stockertown, is a sure cure for dull mo-
ments. CSee his teachers for verification.5 He tells us he
is interested in becoming a mechanical engineer,
Athletic Council C25g Baseball C25 C35g Basketball,
Asst. Manager C15, Manager C25g Class Treasurer C25
C355 Science Club C15 C253 Senior Play, Minor C35g Class
Basketball C15 C35.
MARY ELLEN RASH "Mary Ellenv
Dark-haired, slim and lovely, Mary Ellen, alias Prud-
ence Darling of senior play fame, comes into view. Her
soft husky voice is a delight to everyone's ears. Music
is her chief interest in school, Oh! by the Way, Mary
Ellen, vvho's that dark-haired senior from Room 29 who
is constantly at your side?
A Cappella Choir C15 C25 C3Dg Glee Club C15 C23 C335
Dramatic Club C23 C3Dg Music Festival Cljg Senior Play,
PAUL REAGAN "Reagcm,'
Whir-r-r! Here comes "Reagan", one of America's ace
pilots. Besides aviation, he is also interested in science.
Paul is a good art student and has had honorable mention
from the University of Pennsylvania for his painting,
"Home for Christmas".
Football C13 C25 C355 Science Club C15 C25 C3jg Comet
Staff, Art Co-Editor C3J.
PAULINE REAGAN "Polly
Short, dark-eyed, and quiet, "Polly" is liked by all.
She plays an active part in the Craft Club. "Polly" plans
to become a beautician.
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JOHN REITER "Reite'r,'
Reiter's main interest is as a participant or a spectator
in some sport. As he enjoys music, he is a member of
the A Cappella Choir. Reiter spends his spare time with
the Belfast Boy Scouts. He's fond of visiting in Pen
Argyl. Maybe he has a reason!!!
Glee Club C15 C25 C35g A Cappella Choir C25 C35g
Operetta C25, Minor C35g Music Festival Cl5g Science
Club C25 C353 Class Basketball C15 C25 C35g Football
ROY REPSHER "Sp'LkeU
Meet the would-be tough guy of our class. He's really
not so tough when you get to know him. "Spike" and
studies are like oil and waterg they just don't mix.
"Spike's" main diversion in school is the funnies in the
library, for then he can relax and forget his troubles.
Craft Club C15.
THOMAS RITTER "TOm'i
Thomas, Merlols twin, is one of the class humorists.
"Tom" is quite a baseball pitcher. Besides this sport,
basketball probably rates second in his affections. "Tom"
aspires to be a mechanical draftsman.
Basketball C15 C25 C353 Forum C355 Baseball C15 C25
Tall, slender with lovely blonde hair, Lorraine appears.
She always wears a smile for everyone. Lorraine is a
good student and is active in music clubs. However,
her 'tbig momenti' hails from Bangor.
Blue and White Standard C15 C25, Circulation Manager
C355 Dramatic Club C15 C255 Forum C15 C255 P.S.M.A.
Chorus C355 Glee Club C15 C25 C355 A Cappella Choir C15
C25 C355 Music Festival C155 Operetta C25 C355 Senior
Play, Minor C355 Athletic Council C355 Volley Ball, Man-
ager C355 Gym Exhibition C15 C255 Basketball C15 C255
Baseball C15 C255 Hockey C25.
EUBERT ROI-IN "Tubb1!n
Do you want to get in an argument? Find "Tubby."
He will argue with anyone about anything. Besides argu-
ing, Eubert spends his time beating the drums for the
N.H.S. Band. He hopes to be an office worker.
Band C15 C25 C355 Commercial Club C25 C355 Science
Club C155 Track C25.
EMMA SAPONE "Emm',
'tEmm", one of the Stockertown gang, has wavy hair
that is the envy of all the girls. She is a whiz at basket-
ball and a good dancer. Some day she hopes to become a
Commercial Club C255 Glee Club C15 C255 Operetta
C155 Music Festival C255 Gym Exhibition C15 C255 Bas-
ketball C15 C25 C355 Volley Ball C25 C355 Baseball C15
C25 C353 HOCKI-by C25 C35-
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Nazareth High's own Maestro. "Maestro" is a cornetist
extraordinary and .occasionally directs the Nazareth High
Band. He is also one of the "mob". Intensely interested
in Fine music, he has already completed several original
compositions. "Maestro" has recently attained a position
on the Pennsylvania State Orchestra and on the District
Track C15 C253 Blue and White Standard C253 Glee
Club C35, Custodian C153 Gym Exhibition C15 C253 Class
Basketball C153 Operetta C153 Forum C353 A Cappella
Choir C15 C353 Music Festival C153 Dramatic Club C15
C253 Senior Play, Minor C353 Orchestra C15 C253 Brass
Choir C15 C253 P. S. M. A. Band C25 C353 All-State Band
C253 Band, Manager C35 and Student Director C15 C25
C353 P. S. M. A. Orchestra C353 All-State Orchestra C353
P. S. M. A. Chorus C35.
Who is that coming down the hall laughing? Why it's
BEATRICE SCHLAMP "Bean
Meet "Bea", our Comet business manager. Able, de-
pendable, and efficient describe this serious student.
That "Bea" likes school is shown by the fact that she
hopes to enter the teaching profession.
Comet Staff, Business Manager C35,
only Millie with her twin, Irene, These two are the class
gigglers. However, there are times when Millie becomes
serious enough to get down to work. Her main ambition
is to be a doctor's secretary.
Glee Club C15 C25 C353 Music Festival C153 Comet,
Personality Writer C35.
MARJORIE SCHLEICHER "Margie"
Marjorie is one of the studious and helpful members
of our class. No matter when you ask her for aid, she is
never too busy to lend a helping hand. Although she
isn't a participant, Marjorie follows all the school sports.
MARY JANE SCHMIDT "Sch'mitty"
"Do you know what?" is Schmitty's pet conversational
phrase. Usually a joke follows, but occasionally she'll
unfold a serious tale. "Schmitty" is also one of our
"Navy" corresponders. She hopes to enter the field of
Commercial Club C13 C23 C335 Dramatic Club C235
Magazine Campaign, Homeroom Leader C135 Comet Staff,
Asst. Business Manager C335 Gym Exhibition C23.
Glee Club C13 C23 C335 Operetta, Minor C235 Music
Festival C135 Gym Exhibition C13 C235 Volley Ball C13
C335 Basketball C13 C23 C335 Baseball C13.
ADELE SCHNABLE "Adelei'
"Third finger, left hand." Take a peek, girls, for Adele
has that which many a girl desires. Her future vocation,
of course, will be that of a housewife. She and Mildred
chat and giggle as they saunter down the halls.
Commercial Club C13 C235 Science Club C335 Hockey
C13 C235 Volley Ball C13, Captain C23 C335 Basketball
C13 C235 Baseball C13 C23 C33.
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HOWARD SCHOENEBERGER "Sch0eme
Tall blond with excellent physique, "Schoenie" is a
quiet fellow but loads of fun. A fast and hard player on
the football team "Schoenie" was our 1942 captain. He has
also been efficient as first semester President of Student
Council. 4'Schoenie" tells us his favorite pastime
playing the mouth organ.
'Football C13 CZJ, Captain C355 Baseball Cljg Class
Basketball CZD, Captain C3Dg Student Council, President
C353 Class Vice President C23
VIRGINIA SHOENENBERGER f'GinnyU
One may often hear "Ginny" ask, "May I help you?',
for she is another Five and Dime clerk on Saturdays.
Although she usually takes the first bus for home, she is
a faithful member of the Commercial Club.
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JANE SEIFERT "-IGWCU
This happy-go-lucky individual makes a joke of every-
thing. Jane is Well-liked by everyone for her sunny
disposition. She takes great pleasure in playing the piano
at the Moorestown Church. Jane plans to take up beauty
culture after graduation.
Dramatic Club C2D.
ARLENE SHOOK "Sugar"
"Sugari' has the unusual hobby of collecting and en-
joying poetry. Another of her hobbies is collecting pro-
grams of plays and musicals. She enjoys ice skating and
singing. Arlene is interested in secretarial work and
hopes to become a stenographer.
Glee Club C15 C25 C355 Music Festival C15g Operetta
RUSSEL SHOCK "Russ"
This quiet, good natured student hails from East Lawn.
He is frequently seen With his "auburn-hairedl' pal from
Room 33. As a member of the track team, he excels in
the broad jump. i'Russ" was also a Varsity guard on our
Football C25 C355 Track C15 C25 C355 Science Club C25.
BEATRICE SMITH "Beatty5'
Don't let t'Beatty's" seemingly quiet exterior fool you.
Although she is a conscientious Worker, she is really lots
of fun outside of class and is quite a talker. She is fond
of roller skating and riding her sister's bicycle. At the
mention of Danielsville, Beatty's face takes on a rosy
Commercial Club C15g Dramatic Club C25 C35.
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Shirley, the girl with a Vivian Leigh waist measure, is
one of our best shorthand students. Despite her slimness,
Shirley participates in many school activities and goes out
Basketball C15 C253 Baseball C15 C25, Manager C353
Volley Ball C15 C253 Commercial Club C15 C25, Vice
President C353 Dramatic Club C253 Magazine Campaign
C15 C353 Athletic Council C353 Asst. Business Manager,
Comet C353 Senior Play, Minor C353 Gym Exhibition C25.
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VVILLlAlVI SMITH "Smitty,
t'Smitty" is the senibr 'Kbook-worm" who spends all his
extra time in the library. His hobby is building model
airplanes. This talkative chap's chief delight is pestering
girls and bragging about the Yankees. Bill goes ice skat-
ing in the winter and spends his remaining time at Gumls
VERNA SNYDER "V6'f11f1':
The adjectives quiet and serene best describe Verna.
Swimming and horseback riding are Verna's idea of a
good time, but she isn't particularly interested in school.
However, she plays the piano and is interested in music.
Working in a mill is VeI'na's objective in life.
FLOYD STEWART "FlGydU
Floyd is kept busy as one of the co-editors of the Blue
and White Standard. He frequently is seen at roller skat-
ing rinks during his spare time. Floyd helped the seniors
attain victory in the inter-class basketball league. His
hobby is collecting match book covers.
Senior Play, Minor C355 Science Club C353 Blue and
White Standard C25, Co-Editor C35g Class Basketball
PEARL STOUDT f'Pcarl',
Blushing seems to come natural to Pearl, but we
wouldn't know Why. Shorthand is her favorite subject
in school, While outside she spends her time learning new
Commercial Club C15 C25 C35g Volley Ball C25.
C15 C25 C35g Comet Staff, Personality Writer C35g Track
RUTH SWAVELY Ruthie
Serious, studious, and dependable is Ruth. Possessing
an excellent voice, this senior hopes some day to become
a famous opera star. Her musical ability has been dem-
onstrated in various roles in our high school operettas.
Glee Club C15 C25 C353 A Cappella Choir C15 C25 C353
Orchestra C15, Music Festival C155 Operetta C25 C355
P. S. M. A. Chorus C25 C355 Asst. Librarian C15 C25
C355 Gym Exhibition C15, Volley Ball C15 C255 Basket-
ball C15, Forum C25, Senior Play, Minor C35.
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"Bep" is shy and meek in school, but all shyness seems
to disappear when other interests occupy her mind. She
enjoys going bicycling and dancing better than anything
else. t'Bep" plans to become a secretary in the future.
Commercial Club C15 C25 C35g Volley Ball C25 C353
Baseball C15 C35.
JOSEPH TEMMEL "J0e'5
Joe's chief delight is to escort girls to their classes.
This tall and lanky lad never seems to worry about any
of his lessons. Joe types for the Blue and White, and
hopes some day to be a typist.
Class Basketball C15 C25 C35g Commercial Club Cl5g
Blue and White Staff C25, Typist C35.
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MARGARET UHLER "Ma7'ga1'etH
Margaret, one of the tallest girls in our class, partici-
pates in many sports and was the Girls' Basketball
Manager. She was Mrs. Paterson in "Growing Pains".
Margaret is also a member of the Girls' Glee Club and
the A Cappella Choir.
Hockey C155 Voliey Ball Cl5 C25 C35g Basketball C15
C25, Manager C35g Baseball C15 C25g Glee Club C15 C25
C35g A Cappella Choir C15 C25 C35g Music Festival C153
Operetta C25g Commercial Club C25g Athletic Council C353
Comet, Athletic Editor C35.
MILDRED UHLER "Millieif
Here's "Millie," the auburn-haired miss from Stocker-
town. HMillie's" quiet and studious nature is misleading,
for in the gym she is very active. Besides enjoying a
game of baseball or basketball, this commercial student
is fond of reading.
Commercial Club C15 C255 Baseball C15.
PAUL VALO "Pauli,
Tall, dark and handsome, Paul has but one ambition
in life-to tease the girls. Aside from that he takes quite
an interest in science and building model airplanes.
Paul's other interest, on the brighter side of life, is a
certain miss by the name of "Matilda". Land o'goshenl
don't blush like that, Paul.
THERESA VARGO f'Tess'i
Small and peppy describes Theresa. "Tess" is espec-
ially fond of playing basketball and dancing. During her
spare moments she enjoys reading.
Craft Club C155 Commercial Club C25 C35g Hockey C25
C355 Volley Ball C15 C25, Captain C353 Basketball C15
C25 C355 Baseball C15 C25 C355 Gym Exhibition C25,
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OV9l SIX feet of sen1or comlng up' Les 15 a membe1
ol the Comet Art Staff and an art1st ot no mean ab1l1ty
Hr. IS a VCly 1ndustr1ous student Les very Welcome 1n
any group 15 the so1t ot DGISOH who can l1ven up the
Splllt of any glOUp It seems he spends a great deal ot
tune at Belfast How about lt Les 'P
Blue and Wh1te Standa1d C15 ASSOC13te EdltOl C25
Co GdltOl C35 SCIGDCG Club C15 C25 Pres1dent C35 Class
Pl6Sld nt C15 Ma1lOH6ttQ Club P1es1dent C15 Glee Club
C25 C1att Club Publ1c1ty Manage1 C25 Track V8lSlty
C25 Football C15 C25 PSMA Chorus C25 Comet Staff
Mt EdltOl C 5 Magazme Campa1gn Pub11c1ty Manage1
C 5 C35 Decoratmg Commlttee Chauman C25 Student
COUHCII C15 L1b1a11an C25
CATHERINE WEAVER Catherme
Cathe 1ne 19 mother SGIIOUS comme1c1al student Any
hot summer day she can be tound 1n the Nazareth Pa1k
SMV11"I'1l'1'11Ylg pool In the w1nte1 she skates Catherme 1S
a member oi the A Cappella Chou and the Glee Club
Commerc1al Club C15 Glee Club C25 C35 A Cappella
C,ho1r C25 C35 Ope1etta C25 C35 Comet StaH C35
ELAINE Vt ERKHEISER Llame
Dark ha11 a t11m f1gu1e a pa11 ot tW1Y1k1111g brown
eyes topped off Wlth a sm1le descr1be th1s Beltast m1ss
Elame tud1es but 1S ta1 nom bemg a book wo m He1
dependablllty and ble s1ng p9lSOl'13llty Wlll surely make
E1 1ne .1 succes 1n the bus1ness avo1ld
Commerc1al Club C25, T1easu1e1 C15, Glee Club C25
C35, Operetta C35, Student L1bru11an C25 C35
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Three cheers! She's made a basket. It's Doris playing
one of her favorite games. Despite her seeming quietness,
she displayed a spark of enthusiasm at football games.
Doris does her part in the band as a clarinet player.
Someday she hopes to become a secretary.
Band C15 C25 C353 Basketball C355 Craft Club C353
Glee Club C35' Credit Secretary C35.
ALLEN WINTER Allen
Easy going and mlschievous with a Ilan for teasing
girls Allen lS a gi and sport and gobs of tun Hes on
of those Bath boys and is seldom seen without Rudy
Allen IS as free as the breeze and seldom WOI'11CS t
least not about his lessons Allen tells us hes going to
do Just any old thing in the future
Student Council C15 Diamatic Llub C15 Class P1651
dent C15 Athletic Association Secretary C25
RUDY ZAKOS Rudy
Rudy one ot the Jolly Bath boys was ou1 Fnst sem
ester president Besides being a guard on the varsity
iootball team he also takes a gieat 1I1t6l9St in othei
poits Rudy hopes to be ou1 class iepiesentatlve in the
Foo ball C15 C25 Varsity C35 Student Council C35
Cl ss President C35 Science Club C15 Baseball C15
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Tall lanky ard an ace 1n sports descrlbes Maffg1e
Tren though her mam xnterest 1165 outslde ot school
she typ d for the Blue 1nd Wh1te and the Cornet and
ls one of the few g1rls 1n the Craft Club
Hockey C15 C25 C35 Volley Ball C15 C25 Capta1n C35
Basketball C15 Captam C25 C35 Baseball C15 C25 Crait
Club C35 Cornrner 1al Club C15 Blue and Wh1te Stand
IO Tymst C25 C35 Comet Staff Typ1st C35
Why the snule Rose" She nas probably sp un, a
1oke on om one ag 1n Where tneres Mag 19 and
Evelyn theres Rose L1ke her s1ster she has ab1l1ty 1n
SpO1tS and 1S the Secret ry T1easu1e1 of the C1ait Club
Athlet1c COUHCII C25 Commerclal Club C15 Craft
Club C35 Sec1ctary T1easurer C35 Hockey C15 C25 C35
Baseball C15 C25 C35 Basketb ll C15 C25 C35 Volley
Ball C15 C35 Manager C25 Blue and Wh1te Standard
TYDIST C25, Gym E'ql11b1t1on C15 C25
ROGER ZERFASS "N1gg1G'
Rogefs foremost hobby IS readmg books on av1at1on
iLN1gg167, 1S a cub reporter when he 1sn't workmg at the
Western Auto Store on Mam Street Maybe too much
WOlk slows Roger up at class t1rne7""
CLARENCE ZIEGLER 'Ziegler'
That hat certainly gives Ziegler an air of something or
other. lt's definitely the Napoleon style. Ziegler spends
a good deal of his time studying but usually spends the
Hfteen minute periods in the library. He plans to enter
Lehigh after graduation to become an engineer. A good
fellow and full of fun. Ziegler is sure to go far in the
Commercial Club C27g Glee Club C19 C23 C355 A
Cappella Choir C15 C25 C3Jg Operetta C25 C3Dg Comet
Staff, Associate Editor C353 Science Club C29 C3Jg Music
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The Class Prophecy
It lS the year 1943 We sllcntly steal 1nto the gayly colo1ed tent of the so1ce1ess
Mademcuselle Gowel She mtentlv gazes 1nto he1 Well ot the Futu1e and 1n a low
ee11e VOICE descubes what she sees fllteen yeals 1n the future
Wllllalll Bennett s Cleatlons fo1 Women shop IS dolng 1 steady busmess on Flfth
Avenue H1s model fOl that excluslve conce1n lS that glamol ous blonde Mane Khck
Elame A1nold Ethel Edwalds GlOll'l Mackey and Adele Schnabel a1e happ11y
mauled and a1e hung 1n the apsutments on the co1ne1
Playlng wlth h1s hot olchestrfl 1n the Blue Room ot the Hotel Asto1 ln New
Yo1k Me1le Baue1 IS usmg to fame vuth Chus lVluscle1 and Mlckev Bltz as featured
Stualt Albemt and Halold Newton ue soda Je1l e1s 1n Lloyd Heltzmans supel
Donald Allen dlgq g1ax es while Hcuold DeWalt ofhcmtes as thc lTl1DlStCl m
p ush outslde ol Nazaxeth
John Be1sel and VlCtO1 Bee1s a1e XVOlk1l'lg fOl Robe1t Kochel s well dulhng
company ol Naza1eth
In a chlc httle beauty salon near the towns 1es1dent1al sectlon Betty SOVXSIS
IS W01lil1'lg as Rose Check s ass1stant
Colossal Stud1os 15 presentmg J1mm1e Dlehl playmg opposlte Louame Roth
I 'ldy 1n the M01 gue
Elma Hahn 1S spendmg he1 days testlng shades of hpstlck 1n the Dandy Daisy
L1pSt1Ck Manutactuung Co xx 1th Elwood Hayne at lts he d
At 1590 Southampton Line IS the office ot D1 Rudy Zakos Whos that ln the
pert whlte Lll'l1fOllll'7 Why lt s lVla1ga1et McConnell h1s efficxent httle l'lLl1SG
Howald Schoenebe1ge1 lS phys1cal educatlon dnectol at a la1ge college
Rusty Eschenfelde1 1s plflymg Hlst colnet 1n Glenn Mlllel s Olchestla
Ruth Sway ely IS XV81Ol1l'1g mghtly at the Ranch House 1un by Lou1s Klemtop
She IS accompanled by Pauhne Houck on the gullal
John Flory has taken ove1 O'Houlahan's beat on Bloadway
The New Yo1k Ph1lha1mon1c Olchestla lb now under the dnectlon oi Maestlo
W'll1am Dllcheld IS 1a1s1ng Kentucky tho1oughb1eds on Bushk11l Centme HBlue
Eall Jones and Vllglfllil Dlauch have been unlted 1n happy wedlock
lVl1ss N1cholas has seculed the secretaual SGIVICQS ol Anna DldOVltZ
June Detw1le1 IS ln chalge ol deslgnlng bllllOOZlldS for the State HlghWHV Depart
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Althea Mabus and Hilda Magditch are the cooks in Joan Mercier's "Canadian
Installing the new Walters' Air Conditioning System in the capitol building in
Washington is Russel Shook.
Making a safari into deepest Africa is the well-known big-game hunter, Paul Valo.
William Smith is the librarian at the Loose-Leaf Library.
Working at the Information Bureau at Grand Central Station are Verna Snyder,
Pearl Stoudt, Elizabeth Sweitzer, and Olga Dorozowski.
Virginia Schoeneberger is the switch-board operator in down-town New York.
Waitresses at the Philadelphia Automat are the Zeiner girls and Virginia Dollinger,
Elaine Werkheiser is the assistant at the Belfast Taxidermy Shop.
Driving a Yellow Cab down Hollywood Boulevard is Clarence Ziegler.
Irene Mitchell, Theresa Vargo, Doris Williams, and Shirley Smith are starring in
the "Ice Folliesw, playing at Hershey. .
The ownei ot Keep Youi Hair As I Do Hair Net Company is Marjorie Schleichei
Iane Seiieit has iecently been elected National 4 H Piesident
We iouncl Arlene Shook ind Margaiet Uhler 'ire being kept busy as the efficient
countiy school mistiesses
Acting as head ot nuises in the We Fix You Up Quick Hospital is Beatrice
Mildied Schlegel Mildred Uhlei and Catherine Weavei aie running the Dizzy
Raymond Christman is taking Coinelius Waimeidam s place in the Olympics
Delix eiy men tor Nagel s Bakery aie Thomas Hahn and Darwin Hartzell
Stella Cailo Beatiice Smith and Lillie Herd aie local Girl Scout Leaders
We stumbled out of the daikness of the tent into the dazzling brilliance ot the
blight sun light and quickly rushed to the iollei coaster in oidei to air our weaiy
Paul Nickel a bunch
Marie Kluck Klack
Jane Ann Fooeyman
James Settei Sauce
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We the unfo1tunates of the class ot 1942 bemg altogether undec1ded as to ou1
1mmed1ate fate and usually of lnsane mxnds and unsound bOd16S do hereby absolve
ourselves of the lnevltably horuble consequences of our here stated 1deal1sms and
trustfully place them 1n the hands of the underclassmen who labomously trudge on
W1ll1am Bennetts b1g Burck to Gerald Altemose
Raymond Chrlstmans shortness to Rlchard Kneller
James Dlehls wavy han to all the gnls Wlth stralght ha1r
W1ll1am Dllcherds muscles to Dwayne C Muscles J Young
Russell Eschenielders speed on the iootball field tc Wllham Drurnm
James Fethelolls lunatlc actxons to UD
R1cha1d Goodhards pe1fumed letters to the lovelorn For further lniormatlon
see the OFFICE
Ruth Gowe1 s quletness to Conrad M1ller
Walte1 Hagenbuchs blushes to MHIIOD Bachman
Fl'1Hk1lYl Hahns absolute 1nd1iTerence to the opposltc sex to John Roth
A1lene Hawk s ha1r do s to Joyce Jane Setzer
Jane Ann He kman s lncessant ch ttermg to Elalne Audenrled
Lloyd Heltzman s athletlc abxllty to Rxchard Huth
Matt H6DH1Ug,S excess poundage to Elhs Flable
John Hoch's studrousness to Ralph Frey
F1ank Huryn's explanatlons to next year's P1 oblems students
George Kahle1's beautlful eyelashes to any glrl who wants them
Betty Kauf'fman's eternal dEVOt1OH to one boy to Lols Rohn
Marle K11ck's deep slghs and crlmson Iolushes to Catherme Hahn
Eugene LeVan's aptness for model anplane bu1ld1ng to Armond Tav1an1
John Poltls and John Re1ter's darly strldes thlough the halls m the 15 m1nute
peuods to the pool sophomores ln Room 13
Kenneth Koehlerls good housekeepmg qualltles to some deservmg W1f6 She'll
have an easy marrled hfe
Earl Jones' strlde to Reed Stofflet
Chr1s lVluscle1's tenor VOICE to M1ss Hetr1ck's tenols They'l1 need It
Lor1a1ne Roth's manneusms to Betty Jane Frey
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Howard Schoenebergeris physique to Arthur Meyers.
Marjorie Schleicher's perfect "hair-dot' to Ruth Eberts.
Virginia Schoeneberger's bashfulness to Virginia Bartron.
Ralph Frantzis quietness and studiousness to Cary Simmons. May it be for the
Thomas Hahn's careful driving to Thomas Kern.
Joseph Temmel's dancing style to William Quinter.
Tony Merlo's English ability to some unfortunate junior, so that Miss Sloat won't
miss Tony tool much.
Willard Schisler's cornet ability to next year's band members.
Shirley Smith's slenderness to Betty Ann Werkheiser.
Thomas Ritter's arguing ability to next year's Forum members.
Gloria Mackey's pertness to Ruth Werner.
Jean Metz's over-indulgence in sleeping to LaRue Lichtenwalner.
Paul Nicholsen's brilliant mind to LeRoy Happel.
John Portis batting prowess to next year's baseball squad.
Mary Ellen Rash's numerous out-of-school dates to any girl Who wants them.
Eubert Rohn's drumming ability to Richard Breinig.
Jane Seifert's meekness to Betty Jane Frey.
Ruth Swave1y's voice to Lorraine McConnell.
Lester Walters' artistic temperament to Albert Gaumer.
Clarence Ziegler's short haircuts to Shirley Dech.
We sincerely hope with all our hearts and souls that our immediate successors
will profit tremendously by our magnitudinous generosity and will treasure their
newly-acquired possessions for the rest of their lives.
Jane Ann Heckman
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President ........... ........ ..........,...... .......,, R u d y Zakos
Vice President ....., ,...... F rank Huryn
Secretary ,....., ,.,...... E lla Kelchner
Treasurer ..........,..., ...............,.... ...,.. ....... F r a nklin Hahn
Asst. Secretary and Treasurer ....... ...,...., R ussell Eschenfelder
Student Council ,...... Howard Schoeneberger,
President .....,. .......,.............,..........,,...,.... .
Vice President ........ ....,
Secretary ,.,,...., ........, M ilton Bitz
Treasurer ..,.,..,,.,............,....,..,..,... ......,. J ohn Port
Asst. Secretary and Treasurer ......., ..,..,. E the1'EdWards
Historian ..,....,......,...............,....,................,.......,.,....... Ralph Frantz
Student Council ....,.., ......, F ranklin Hahn, Irene Mitchell
CLASS COLORS-Green and White
CLASS MOTTO-"Union of hands, union of hearts, Nazareth High Forever
First row: BRODY. EBERTS, AUDENRIED. FOGEL, BELSO. CLAUSS, DECH, FREY, CHRTSTIE.
IJIETER, GRADXVOHL, FOCHT.
Second row: DAVIDSON, GROLLER. COLYER, FLYTE, S. FRANCZAK, FUILS, BARTRON. BEAL.
BACHMAN, GOTTO, I. FRANCZAK.
Third row: BELLO, ALTEMOSE, DEUTSCH, DRUMM, ENGLER, FREY. A. DIEHL, BATH,
CLASS MOTTO-"One for all, and all for one".
CLASS COLORS-Blue and Gold
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President ,,.......... ..... L eona Fogel
Vice President ...... ,..,. F lorence Hofer
Secretary ...... ,...... R uth Werner
Treasurer ...,..........,..............,....... . Mary Hutnik
Asst. Secretary and Treasurer ...,.. ....... R ose Tarnok
Historian ....,..,...............,..............,.......,.,.........,......... Conrad Miller
Student Council ..... ....... R obert Ziegler, Catherine Hahn
First row: HECKMAN. HAWK, KACHLINE, HOFER, HVTNIK, HURYN, KIRKPATRTCK, JONES
KLINE, JOHNSON, KERN, HAHN.
Second row: KONDIKOFF, KESSLER, L. JOHNSON, HERTZOG, HEYER, HARTEGLE, HAPPEL,
Third row: KRELL, KELLER, HARRON, HOCH. KNELLER, KAHLER, KRATZER, KALE, KERN
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Jumor Class Oiheers
Presldent W1111H1T1 Qu1nte1
Secretary Ruth Werner
Treasurer Mary Hutnxk
Abst Sec1etary and Trcf1eure1 Ralph Fry
H1sto11an Comad M111e1
Student Councll Robert Z1eg1e1 Tacquehne Jones
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VOGEL, REPSHER, TARNOK, REICHEL, STLFTES.
Second row: VVERNER, SETZER, TRINE, REINERT, SENECAL, SCHLEGEL, ROBERTS, NVERK
HEISER, SCHISLER, REICHARD, ZELLXER, XVOLF, MRS. METZ.
Third row: NVERNER, REIJLINE, XVEISS, SILFIES, TASHN1-IR, ZEIGLER, RENNIE. VVAGNER
S'l'OC'KER. SKRAPITS, S'I'OFFI,1E'l', YOVNG.
First row: C. BARTHOLOMEVV, GRIFFIN, FULS, COVVLING, DIDOVITZ, BEERS, AMBROSE
DEEMER, BATH, BUTZ, FRANCZAK, ALLAN, BEALER, ALICH.
Second row: ASHENFALDER, KRAEMER, BROIJT, GAUMER, BERGER, BECKER, CHECK
BURALLI, N. ESCHENFELDER, FOLLVVEILER, FRABLE.
Third row: BARTHOLOMEVV, DEUTSCH. GERENSER, BICKERT, DOROZONNSK1, ENGLER
FERRARRO, CORTEZ, FOCHT, FULMER.
CLASS MOTTO-"Let us honor and uphold the high ideals of Nazareth High School
CLASS FLOWER-White Rose
CLASS COLORS-Maroon and White
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President ...... .. , ...,..... Richard Yeisley
Vice President ..... ........ E lizabeth Wartrnan
Secretary ,... ., ..., Jacqueline Bealer
Treasurer ...,........................,.,..,.... ...... W arren Smith
Asst. Secretary and Treasurer ,..,... ...... M arion Hahn
Historian ....,......, .....,............,.....,....,.. J ean Wunderly
Student Council ..,... ......, B etty Ruloff, Harvey Heckman
First row: MACKES, KRESGE, LAHR, V. HAHN. V. MARSH. KNECHT, HAYNE, li. HAI-iN. HOUCK
HORDENDORF, IANNY, HIRMAN.
Second row: MARTH, MAROSITZ, KRATZER, HOCKING, HOUGH, LQVAN, M. HAHN, LONG
KEIFER, ILEHR, KURLICK. HEINEY, LEMLEY, MEYER.
Third row: HERTZOG, KEPPEL, HENRY, L. HAPPEL, KRIEGER, KELLER, S. HAHN, V. HAPPEL
HUTH. MATSKO, HELLER, HILDEBRANDT.
First mw: SHANKVVEILER, SHAEFER, POLANSKI, MUCHA, SCHLEGEL, RESH, PFEIFFER,
SCHISSLER, V. RICE, SEYFRIED, REMMEL, SERFASS, OTT.
Second I-nw: REICHARD, REESE, MILLER, OSSENICR, MLTSCLER, SANTJT, OTTINGER, OSTROXV-
SRI, ROSCOE, NOLF, D. RICE, MILLER.
Third wwf MILTENBERGER, II. HECKMAN, W, ROTII, LI"1'Z. SIEBOLD, SCHMTIJT. R, SRYIPRIEU,
RULOFF, ROGERS, If. NEVMEYER, J. NIEVMEYER, PETTY.
Fourth mw: J. RUTH, NEWWAY, SCHLEICIIER, OLEARY, L, ROTH. RASH, SCHLAMP, NEMITH,
Sophomore Class Officers
President ,....... ,.... ....., W a rren Smith
Vice President ..... .,... S helton Keller
Secretary , .,... ...... J uanita LeVan
Treasurer ...,.,....,,..,...........,....,,...... ..... A rmond Taviani
Asst. Secretary and Treasurer ..,.,... ...... M arion Hahn
Historian .......,....,. ..,,......,......,....,.,. J ean Wunderly
Student Council ,.... ...... S usan Young, John Schlamp
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Composed of nine members-the three class presidents and a boy and girl rep-
resentative from each class-the Student Council represents our student body.
This year's council, showing a great amount of initiative and enjoyment of hard
work, collected books during the Victory Book campaign, presented a Christmas
program, maintained a tile of college catalogues, sent cards to sick students, success-
fully maintained a lost-and-found department, served as ushers at public meetings,
presided at assemblies, and assisted in the care of the building.
This organization also sold refreshments at football and basketball games. With
this money they sponsored the Thanksgiving and Christmas parties which were
attended by several hundred students and faculty members. The purpose of 'these
parties was to develop more genial social relations among the students and faculty
Preceding the election of ofiicers for the first and second semesters, the nominat-
ing committees presented their candidates to the student body and faculty in assembly.
In this Way the students became more familiar with the candidates. The officers and
members for the Hrst semester were Howard Schoeneberger, president, Robert Ziegler,
vice president, Richard Yeisley, secretary and treasurer, Virginia Blinton, assistant
secretary and treasurerg Rudy Zakos, Catherine Hahn, Leona Fogel, Betty Ruloff,
and Harvey Heckman. The officers and members for the second semester were Paul
Nicholasen, president, Warren Smith, vice presidentg Matilda Deutsch, secretary and
treasurer, Irene Mitchell, assistant secretary and treasurer, Franklin Hahn, William
Quinter, Robert Ziegler, Susan Young, and John Schlamp. Our principal, Miss
Florence L. Nicholas, acts as adviser to this organization.
First row: ZTEGLER, H. SCHOENlillERCl2R. NICHOLASFN. XV. SMTTH, H. HECKMAN.
Second row: ZAKOS, FOGEI., C, ll,-KHN. YEISLEY, B. Rl'l.Ol?lT. S. YOUNG.
Third row: J. SCHLAMP. QVINTER, MISS NICHOLAS. F. HAHN.
First row: HAVVK, IJIEHL, BEERS. ZIEGLER, ESCT-lElYFlEl.l'JliR, I. JONES, M. I'Hl.ER.
Second row: SMITH, RUTH, KOCHER, MTSS NVUNDERLY.
Third row: PAPA, MR, LEH, MR. PUMP, NR, BARTOI.E'l', MR. FITRISTMAN, MISS NICHOLAS,
BITZ, E. JONES.
The Athletic Council has charge of selling tickets at all games, and also takes care
of finances pertaining to sports.
The Council consists of the following members:
President ..........,.,..,...,........ Robert Ziegler Vice President ......,.. Russell Eschenielder
Secretary ............,.,..,....,......... Victor Beers Treasurer ,..........,....,...,..,.. Jacqueline Jones
Assistant Secretary and Treasurer ,...,...,......,......,.. James Diehl
Principal ....,.,............... Florence Nicholas Faculty Manager ..,.........,........ Guy Cump
Track Coach ,...,.........,..... Charles Bartolet Football Coach .,,...,......,........,. Andrew Leh
Assistant Football Coach .,...,.. ,......,,,.., ..,. E d ward Christman
Girls' Coach ..,...,......,..,....,................. ,.......,......... A nna Wunderly
Boys' Sports Managers
Football ...... .......... T homas Papa Basketball ..,..,.. .....,, M ilton Bitz
Baseball ...,.. .,,..,.. R obert Kocher Track ,..,...,..... ,....... E arl Jones
Girls' Sports Managers
Basketball .,..,. ...... M argaret Uhler Hockey .,,.,,... .,..,.. I sabelle Hawk
Baseball ......, ...... S hirley Smith Volley Ball .,,.. Lorraine Roth
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All of th1s years lssues of the Blue and Whlte Standard except one were 1n
charge of one of the senlor co edltors Thr one ISSUC was prepared by the underclass
assoclate edltors to g1V9 them tralnlng for next years dutles Durmg the Hrst sem
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Co Edltors Margaret McConnell Lester Walters and Floyd Stewart
Assoc1ate Edltors Jacquehne Jones Betty Ann Werkhelser G1o1a Mlchael and
BUSINESS Manager V1rg1n1a Drauch
Ass1stant Manager Dorothea Heckman
Clrculatlon Manager Lolralne Roth
Asslstants Rlchard Kneller Jane Brody Juanltla LeVan V1rg1n1a Lehr
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The Commercial Club, consisting of approximately 60 students, held its regular
meeting on the first Tuesday of each month. Varied programs were presented.
The programs included a student broadcast, a quiz program, a talk by Attorney
Charles Shimer on the topic, "Qualifications of a Good Secretaryvg a movie entitled,
"Occupational Opportunities", and a Bell Telephone Company movie, "The Voice of
Mr. X". The inal meeting of the club was a picnic at the Nazareth Municipal Park.
The faculty sponsor is Mrs. Mildred' Metz, assisted by Mrs. Charlotte Greiner,
Miss Margaret Roush, and Miss Lois Fulmer.
The Club officers:
President ..,...,...,.. ........ E lla Kelchner
Vice President ....,,, ...,.,,. S hirley Smith
Secretary ..,...... .,... ...Virginia Drauch
Treasurer ...... . ...,... Robert Nagel
Reporter ...... ........ B etty Jane Frey
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The Dramatic Club had a varied program this year. It included a recording of
Lynn Fontaine's rendition of Alice Duer Miller's "The White Cliffsng a movie quiz,
the dramatization of characters from books and nursery rhymesg and a play, "How
the Story Grew".
This play was later presented to the student body as an assembly program. The
members of the cast were Betty Hahn, Doris Walters, Juanita LeVan, Elizabeth
Wartman, Jean Serfass, Arlene Werkheiser, Pauline Hordendorf, and Lorraine Vivian.
The opportunity of seeing legitimate stage productions Was again afforded 'the
club by the invitations of the Marquis Players to see their dress rehearsals in the Little
'Theater at Lafayette College in Easton. The plays, which some of the club members
enjoyed, were t'Boy Meets Girl", "The Heavenly Express", and "A Doll's House".
The officers are:
President ......,.... ...,..... B etty Kreidler
Vice President ..... ........ J ean Lakey
Secretary .,,..,. ,,..,..... J une Kline
Treasurer ,....................,...............,.. ........ M iriam Reinert
Mr. Edgar is the club sponsor.
This year 13 of the 23 Craft Club members are girls. The articles the club
members made included small cedar chests, flower stands, bird houses, and taborets.
The officers are:
President ........ ....,.. W illiam Hertzog
Vice President ...................... ....... N orman Pennock
Secretary and Treasurer .,..... .........., R ose Zeiner
The Airplane Club is sponsored by the Federal Government as a part of its defense
program to build 500,000 model belligerent and allied planes for ground Work in the
training of pilots and spotters. The Nazareth Airplane Club is to build 100 of 'these
The faculty adviser is Mr. Detwiler.
The officers are:
President .,......... .....,. E ugene LeVan
Vice President ....,. ....... J ohn Tashner
Publicity Director ....., .,..... F ranklin Starner
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This year the Science Club began an unusual collection of various new synthetics,
chemical compounds, and manufactured articles. This collection Will serve as a per-
manent reference library, furnishing information of all sorts to the club and to 'the
science classes of the high school.
Experiments were conducted by several members concerning the different types
of incendiary bombs, their composition, and how' to extinguish them.
Several films, dealing with the development of the petroleum, glass, stove, and
automobile industries, were enjoyed by the club at their regular meetings.
The Science Club was under the supervision of its three regular advisers-Miss
Long, Mr. Shekletski, and Mr. Felton.
The officers of the organization are:
President .....,.......,.......,........, ,......,. L ester Walters
Vice President ...... ..........,.... J ean Neel
i Secretary ..... ,,... H... J a cqueline Jones
Treasurer ...,. .......,.. A nita Heyer
The Forum Club, sponsored by Mr. Feller, has successfully completed its fourth
season. During the course of the year, the high schools of Hellertown, Fountain Hill,
East Stroudsburg, Northampton, and Nazareth participated in a series of interscholastic
forums. Because of the gasoline shortage, the fifth forum which was to be held at
Northampton did no
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The schedule of the forums was as follows:
Compulsory Military Training for the November 26 1941
After the War what? February 1942
Are the United Nations doing their part to March 1942
help win this War?
Modern Warfare April 1942
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The Gratorieal Contest
The annual Oratorical Contest was held in the Nazareth High School Auditorium
on April 17, 1942. This contest, sponsored by the Alumni Association, was coached by
Irene Johnson, who spoke on the subject, "Is the Ship of Democracy Really
Unsinkablen, Won the first prize of 310. Margaret McConnell, who spoke on the sub-
ject, "Roads,i, Won the second prize of 555. Virginia Dollinger, who spoke on the subject,
"What Our Freedom of Religion Means to Us", received honorable mention.
Other participants and their topics were Tony Merlo, "Soviet-American Relations
After the Warn, and Raymond Lemley, "What We Can Do to Win This War".
The selections played by the school band included 'iNifty" and "Colonel Bogey".
Musical variety was added by Williard Schislerls cornet solo, i'The Grand Russian
Fantasia" and Dwayne Youngs singing of "Passing By", accompanied by Mr.
The judges for this contest were Mr. A. Russell Snyder, Mr. Peter Yeisley, and
Mr. William Eberts.
First row: JOHNSON, MICCONNELL, MERLO, MR. FELLER.
Second row: DOLLINGER, LEMLEY.
The 42 members of the Nazareth High School Band, led by two snappy maj orettes
and six blue and white color guards, enlivened this yearls football games with gay and
The annual band concert was well attended and enjoyed by a large audience. A
special feature of the concert was an original composition, t'Nazareth High Forever",
by Willard Schisler.
They played for the following events:
Jr. High Commencement
Senior High Commencement
The officers are:
Assistant Manager ........
Attendance Secretary .........
Corresponding Secretary ,.., ..
October 22 and 23
November 6 and 7
February 12 and 13
Credit Secretary ..............,...,......,......,.....,...,.,..,..,. Doris Williams
Program Secretary .,,..,,,.....................,.......,..,......,... ..Mary Heller
Property Committee... Gerald Fehnel, Earl Reese, John Hoch
Librarian ..,...,......,...4,.,.......,.....,..4..........,....,.......... Willard Schisler
Student Director .,.4.......,.......,,.....,,....,.....,,.......... Willard Schisler
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The "Gypsy Rover", an amusing and colorful musical comedy in three acts, was
presented by the combined Girls' and Boys' Glee Clubs, under the direction of Miss M.
Louise Hetrick, to appreciative audiences on Thursday and Friday evenings, May 7
and 8, in the high school auditorium.
The Gypsy Rover, Rob, also known as Sir Gilbert Howe, an English nobleman, was
stolen by his nurse when he was an infant. He was taken to a gypsy camp, where he
grew up among the gypsies. Despite complications, all ends happily for Sir Gilbert.
An unusual feature of this year's operetta was a group of third graders repre-
senting gypsy children.
The leading characters were:
Meg-Rob's foster mother ..........,.,.. .............,.,.. E thyl Kunkel
Zara-Bells of the gypsy camp .......,.., ...,.... E lizabeth Wartman
Marto-Meg's husband .,........,..........,......, .......... W illard Schisler
Sinfo-Gypsy lad in love with Zara ..................,.....................,....... Milton Bitz
Rob-Gypsy Rover ....,.,..,...............,...,..........,....,...........,......,,........ Chris Muscler
Lady Constance-Daughter of Sir George Martendale ..,............ Jane Derr
Lord Craven-An English fop ..........,,,.,,...............,....,......,...... Ray Christman
Sir George Martendale-English Country Gentleman .... Walter Hagenbuch
Nina-Sir George's second daughter ....,,........,....,...................,. Ruth Swavely
Captain J erome-Captain in English Army ...,...,...,..,.,. ..,.......... J ohn Reiter
Sir Toby Lyon--Social Butterfly ,.............,..,.... ....,.., R eed Stofflet
McCorkie-London Publisher ...............,.....,.....,........ ...,..... R oy Buralli
Lackey-Servant ..... ..........,.,.,.,,........,..,...,.......................,..,......... J oseph Heiney
The committees in charge of the production were:
Music and Dialogue: Miss M. Louise Hetrick.
Accompanist: Miss M. Louise Hetrick and Mr. George Wunderly.
Dances: Miss Anna Wunderly,
Stage Setting: Miss Jean Clute, Mr. Adam Shekletski, Lester Roth, Robert Krieger,
Paul Reagan, Howard Schoeneberger, Warren Smith, Victor Beers, John Flory, Russell
ghook, William Gold, Thomas Papa, Steven Jurasits, George Milkovits, and Albert
Property Committee: Albert Gaumer and Reed Stofflet.
Costumes: Miss Doris Jenkins.
Make-up: Miss Elizabeth Sloat, Miss Carolyn Butz, Mrs. Ralph Metz, Miss Lois
Long, and Mr. Robert Edgar.
Business Staff: Mr. J. Frederic Knecht, Mr. Robert Harding, and June Werkheiser.
A Cappella Choir
The A Cappella Choir, under the direction of Miss M. Louise Hetrick, has com-
pleted its fifth successful season.
This year on December 4 and 5, Nazareth was host to the Eastern District Chorus,
composed of 150 students from the schools of Eastern Pennsylvania with eight music
instructors from the various schools as guest conductors. Among the participants in
the concert presented by the Chorus on Saturday evening, December 5, were 22
members of the Nazareth High School A Cappella Choir. Two from this group, Chris
Muscler and Dwayne Young, participated in the All-State Chorus at Coatesville on
January 22, 23, and 24.
The A Cappella Choir sang for the following occasions:
Christmas Carol Service
St. Johnis Lutheran Church
Officers of the A Cappella Choir'
Vice President ....,......,,....,...,
Secretary and Treasurer ....,.,.
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First row: DIEHL, MACKEY, RASH, RUTH, ALCCONNELL, KAHLER, BLINTON.
Second row: DRAUCH, HERBST. SNYAVELY, KRATZER, UHLER, JOHNSON, D. HECKMAN, B.
KREIDLER, B. KREIDLER. SMITH.
VVART, SCHISLER, HAHN, CHRISTMAN, ZIEGLER, PORT, KLICK,
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"Holy - Sufferin' - Catfish!!! Leave me alone, won't you? After all, I am 17.
I'm a man now!"
Yes, it's "Growing Pains", a hilarious three act comedy by Aurania Rouveral,
which was presented by the senior class to capacity audiences on November 6 and 7.
The story revolved about the adolescent troubles of George and Terry Mclntyre
and their friends. George and Terry gave a party, but the appearance of the beautiful
siren, Prudence Darling, upset everything. All the boys fell for her, even Uwornan-
hatern Georgie. The means these lovable young characters used to settle their diiiicul-
ties proved to be very delightful and entrtaining.
George Mclntyre ....,,. .....,...,... ..,....,........., J a mes Diehl
Terry Mclntyre ........ ..,.....,......., G loria Mackey
Mrs. Mclntyre .....,,...... ,.,...., l Vlargaret McConnell
Professor Mclntyre ..,.... ....,..., ,..., G e orge Kahler
Sophie ..... ..................... ,....,. L o rraine- Kratzer
Mrs. Patterson ...,... ......, M argaret Uhler
Elsie Patterson .....,, ....... S hirley Herbst
Traflic Oliticer ..,... ......,. J ohn Hoch
Dutch ...,,.....,...... ...,.. M ilton Bitz
Brian ....,........ ............ J ohn Port
Omar ...., ...,,... F loyd Stewart
Hal ..... ...,... W illard Schisler
Pete .........,... .,....,..........,,.....,. C larence Ziegler
Prudence ........ .....,.,.,..,.....,..,...... M ary Ellen Rash
Patty ....,... ,..,.... R uth Swavely, Lorraine Roth
Jane ....., ,...,....,..............,..... V irginia Drauch
Miriam ..... .,.... ,.,,...,......................, S hirley Smith
Vivian .........,.,,........,,..........,............,..... .,.,.,.,..,..........,. M arie Klick
Extra boys and girls:
Betty Kreidler, Franklin Hahn, Dorothea Heckman,
Ray Christman, Beatrice Kreidler, Virginia Blinton,
William Bennett, Kenneth Koehler, Lorraine Johnson
The committees in charge of the productions were:
Dramatic Coach: Miss Elizabeth Sloat.
Properties: William Bennett, Stella Carlo, June Detweiler, John Flory, Darvin
Stage: Miss Doris Jenkins, Raymond Christman, Ella Kroboth, Althea Mabus,
Thomas Ritter, Beatrice Schlamp, Howard Schoeneberger, Paul Valo, Rose Zeiner.
Make-Up: Miss Elizabeth Sloat and Mr. Robert Edgar.
Business: Mr. Felton, Merle Bauer, Anna Didovitz, Ethel Edwards, Jane Ann
Heckman, Paul Nicholasen, Jennie Polanski.
Wardrobe: Erma Hahn, Dorothea Heckman, Lorraine Johnson, Beatrice Kreidler,
Betty Kreidler, Jean Lakey.
Publicity: William Bennett, James Fetherolf.
Ushers: Betty Bowers, Vincent Ferraro, Betty Kauffman, Muriel Kern, Hilda
Magditch, Jean Metz, Mary Jane Schmidt, Virginia Schoeneberger, John Beisel, William
Gold, Lloyd Heitzman, Steven Jurasits, George Milkovits, Chris Muscler, Robert Nagel,
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Once again it's Maytime and the annual Junior-Senior Prom is in full swing.
Against a background of pastel streamers and clustered palms, a veritable tropical
fairyland, couples glide gracefully over the gymnasium floor to the strains of the
Nomads Orchestra. The long soft-colored flowing gowns add charm to the scene as
they blend with the delicately tinted decorations. Along either side of the gym, other
students are engaged in numerous games-checkers, parchesi, pick up sticks, and
During intermission the faculty and students gathered around the long table in
the lunchroom. Here amid tall pastel candles with a huge bowl of many colored tulips
in the center are plates heaped with dainty deviled ham and egg sandwiches, spicy
pickles, delicious homemade cake, and tall bottles of birch beer to refresh the hungry
The committees were as follows:
Faculty Adviser: Mrs. Ralph Metz assisted by Miss Carolyn Butz.
Decorating Committee: Miriam Reinert, chairlady: James Harrong Richard
Knellerg Richard Hoch: Richard Wagnerg Jane Brodyg Katherine Fochtg Rojean Nollg
Jean Neel: Catherine Hahng Ruth Wernerg Warren Keller: Conrad Millerg Richard
Laubachg Robert Ziegler.
Refreshment Committee: Ralph Stocker, chairmang Charles Wernerg Joseph
Strohmeyerg Jennie Huryng Doris Leighg Gladys Bealg Ruth Landon: Lillian Vogelg
Katherine Steinerg Irene Longenbach.
Entertainment Committee: Dana Happel, chairladyg Louise Schlegelg Helen
Senecalg Joseph Skrapitsg Donald Millerg Ernest Lahr.
The Thanksgiving and Christmas Parties, sponsored by the Student Council,
were enjoyed by a goodly number of student and faculty members.
On Thanksgiving the gym made quite a colorful picture with golden corn husks
and autumn foliage, smiling silently down upon laughing, chattering couples dancing
to the strains of The Nomads Orchestra. In December these same couples danced to
the music of the same orchestra against a background of brilliantly lighted Christmas
For those who did not care to join in the dancing, games such as cards, checkers,
pick-up-sticks, and chinese checkers were available. All were anxious, of course, to
join in the refreshment line. At the Thanksgiving party, peanuts, pretzels, and orange
soda were served. At the Christmas party the guests enjoyed homemade Christmas
cookies, pretzel sticks, and Coca-Cola.
Much too soon the hands of the clock reached eleven and so ended the good
times. Aching feet carried nodding heads and tired but happy bodies homeward.
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First row: FASSL, KEPPEL, DONELLO, WELTY, BAJAN, STARNER, BUCCHI, HOSKINS,
STOUDT, BATH, FLORY, GAIQMER.
Second row: QUINTER, BITTENBENDER, HAGENBUCH, JONES, ZAKOS, SCHOENEBERGER,
LeYAN, GOODHARU, CONDOMTTTI, HEITZMAN, MILLER.
Third row! ASST. COACH BARTOLET, ESCHENFELDER, NACEL, FETHEROLF, VVERNER,
SHOOK, ENGLER, NEUMEYER, DRUMM, SIMMONS. REAGAN, MEIXSELL, COACH
Fourth row: MANAGER PAPA, DRAGOSITS, NICHOLASEN, NEMITH, HOCH, IANDROSITS.
KELLER, DEUTSCH, MILLER, REITER, FREE, KOSITZ, ASST. COACH CHRISTMAN.
With the return of only four letternqen, Coaches Leh, Bartolet, and Christrnan
shaped the N. H. S. eleven into a Winning tearn. Although many of the players were
inexperienced, they fought gallantly and ended with a Co-Championship together
with Pen Argyl High School. The record for the season was six victories, two defeats,
and one tie.
Sept. 20, 1941 N. H. S ......,.... 19 Coplay ....,..............
Sept. 27, 1941 N. H. S ........... 0 Central Catholic
Oct. 4, 1941 N. H. S .....,..... 12 Washington ......
Oct. 11, 1941 N. H. S .......,,,. 0 Lansdale ..............
Oct. 18, 1941 N. H. S ..,....,.,. 12 Pen Argyl ......
Oct. 25, 1941 N. H. S .........,. 25 Boyertown ......
Nov. 1, 1941 N. H. S ........... 0 Bangor ......
Nov. 8, 1941 N. H. S ........... 6 Whitehall .....
Nov. 27, 1941 N. H. S ........... 34 Wilson ..............
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Varsity Basketball Team
The return of four-lettermen made this year's varsity basketball team one of
experience. Coach Leh's hope for a championship team was shattered when Captain
Dick Goodhard was stricken with appendicitis early in the season. Starting the season
with five consecutive wins, the team Went into a slump and emerged from the Hrst
half with six wins and three loses. The record for the entire season was ten Wins
and seven loses.
Dec. 1941 N H. S .,......... Whitehall ....,......,
Dec 1941 N. H. S Pen Argyl ...,,.....
Dec 1941 N. H. S East Stroudsburg
Dec 1941 N H. S ...,,,..... Hellertown ..........
Jan. 1942 N H. S ...,.....,. Bangor ......,,,,......
Jan 1942 N H. S Fountain Hill ....
Jan, 1942 N H. S .......,... South Whitehall
Jan. 1942 N H. S .....,...., Coplay .........,........
Jan. 1942 Bye
Jan. 1942 N. H. S ..,........ Wilson ...,...,,,,.,.,...,..,.......,
Jan. 1942 N. H. S ........... East Stroudsburg
Jan. 1942 N. H. S ...,....... Hellertown ,............,....,...
Feb 1942 N H. S ........... Pen Argyl .......,.... .....,.
Feb 1942 N. H. S .,..... Bangor .........,..,.,...
Feb. 1942 N H. S .,......,., Fountain Hill ......
Feb 1942 N H. S... ....... South Whitehall
Feb 1942 N H. S ....,,..... Coplay ......,.........,.
Feb 1942 Bye
Feb. , 1942 N. H. S ......,.... 25 Wilson ...,.......................... 33
First row: RAYMOND CTHRTSTMAN, MARTIN DRAGOSITS, EUGENE LeVAN, RICHARD GOOD-
HARIJ, THOMAS RITTER, ELXYOOD MEIXSELL, ROBERT KOCHER,
Second row: COACH LEH, NELSON XVUNDERLY. VVILLIAM QVINTER, RICHARD HOCH, XVIL-
LIAM REDLINE, MANAGER, MILTON BTTZ.
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The Junior Varsity under Coach Bartolet Won nine games and lost eight
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So. Whitehall ,.
Pen Arsfyl ....,.
Fountain Hill ,,
Coplay ........ ,....
Wilson ........... ..
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16, S 15
19, S 22
23, S 41
6, S 29
9, S 29
13, S 20
16, S 22
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30, S 29
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6, S 22
10, S 22 +
13, S 17
17, S 12
24, S 25 .
Coach Leh, as well as the 1942 Baseball Squad, have high hopes for the league
championship this year. Because of the efficient Hhurlingil of Ritter and Nemith, the
team has Won 9 games and lost 2. Not only does this season's team possess good pitch-
ers, but also good hitters. These factors, coupled with efficient team-Work, account for
the Winning runs. At the end of the league schedule, Nazareth was tied with Heller-
ln a play-off game Nazareth defeated Hellertown to
'town for the championship.
become the league champions.
April 21 Nazareth ......... ..., 6 Whitehall .......
24 Nazareth ...,,..,,...,.., 19 Fountain Hill ,,,..,
28 Nazareth ..,...,,, ,... 5 Whitehall ...... .....
May 1 Nazareth ......... ,,.. 8 Central Catholic
5 Nazareth .....,... ..,, 9 Coplay ,............,,..,
8 Nazareth .,,..,... ..,, 0 Hellertown ..,,.
12 Nazareth .,...,........,. 11 Wilson .......,.......,..
15 Nazareth .,....... ..., 2 East Stroudsburg
19 Nazareth .....,... .... 4 South Whitehall
26 Nazareth ......,., .... 9 Central Catholic
28 Nazareth .,,.,... .... 3 Hellertown .,.. ..,..
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The 1942 Track Squad, under Coach Bartolet, has had a fairly good season to date.
Because of the War, no Lehigh-Northampton League Meet was held. An invitation
meet was held at Nazareth, which Nazareth Won. This meet added another trophy to
the trophy case.
Several boys have distinguished themselves by high scoring and by breaking rec-
ords. Willard Smith, a sophomore, leads the team in scoring with 37 points in three
meets. Russell Shook broke the school record in the Broad-jump by leaping 19 ft.
31!8 ins. James Fetherolf broke the school record in the Javelin Throw with a toss of
146 ft. 113A ins. in the District Meet. This entitles Jimmy to compete at State College
in the P. I. A. A. Meet on Saturday, May 23.
April 15 Nazareth ......................,......... 48 5X6 So. Whitehall .,..... ..... 5 0 1X6
22 Nazareth Invitation Meet
Nazareth ,.......,..,......., 38 Wilson .,.......,....,. 33 So. Whitehall 28
29 Nazareth .............,...........,...... 47 Central Catholic ....,............... 52
May 16 District XI Meet at Muhlenberg College
20 Nazareth ..........................,..... 49 1,!3 Wilson ...... ..... 4 9 2X3
May 27 Nazareth .,..... .,.,,. 5 2 Emmaus ..,.. ..... 6 3
Girlsl Hockey Team
The hockey season of 1941 was ushered in with much enthusiasm.
Although there were only four games, much clashing of sticks and many flying
balls indicated the earnestness of the players.
Heidenwolfs team came out victorious.
Won Lost Tied
Heidenwolf .,... 4 0 0
Raidline ..,.. 3 1 0
Fogel ,..... 2 2 U
Hough ,...... 1 3 0
Wartrnan ...... 0 4 0
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Glrls Volley Ball Team
Afte1 many a hard fought battle the annual volley ball season came to an end
Because oi .1 t1e lOl hrst place VIVIHD s ard Lemer s teams played a very excltlng
champ1onsh1p game Zelner s team came out on top
WVU!! Lost T1 cl
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Wunderly ......,...4.,4...............,....,.,.......,..... 4 4 0
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Girls' Basketball Team.
When the call for basketball candidates Went out, over one hundred girls re-
sponded. Although basketball is one of the most lively games, it seems to be the
favorite of many girls.
Almost every Monday and Tuesday after school during the basketball season,
many students could be found on the bleachers, cheering for their favorite teams.
The seniors won the intramural championship.
Won Lost Tied
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8 2 0
7 3 0
7 3 0
6 3 1
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Nazareth's five blue and Whlte glrls, who led the rootmg sect1ons throughout the
iootball and basketball seasons, d1d a line Job of creatmg school sp1r1t among the
students and also 1n 1nsp1r1ng the teams
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Girl most likely to succeed
Boy most likely to succeed
Most popular girl ..................
Most popular boy .......
Best loafer ..,...,.,.,.
Prettiest girl ..,.......,.
Most handsome boy ......
Best-natured boy ...,.
Best-natured girl .,,...,
Biggest giggler ,.,,..
Biggest bluffer .......
Best dressed boy ....,
Best dressed girl ......
Best dancer-boy .......
Best athlete-boy .......
Biggest chatterbox-boy ..,.
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,. ..... Virginia Blinton
Mary Ellen Rash
.,.4...Mary Ellen Rash
Biggest chatterbox-girl .,....4 ...,,. M ildred Schlegel
Most comical boy ..,...........
Most comical girl
Most bashful boy ,......
Most bashful girl
Senior Class Takes Over Cabinet
PRESIDENT-John Hoch-because of his popularity and executive ability.
VICE PRESIDENT-Franklin Hahn-because he never has anything to say.
SECRETARY of STATE-John Reiter-because of his familiarity with foreign relations
Cespecially with P. A. H. SJ
SECRETARY of TREASURY-Walter Hagenbuch-because he is always in need of
SECRETARY of WAR-Tony Merlo-because of his relish of a good light.
SECRETARY of NAVY-Richard Goodhard-because he has a girl in every port.
POSTMASTER GENERAL-Virginia Blinton-because of her ability to get the males.
SECRETARY OF COMMERCE-Robert Kocher-because of his love for traveling
Cthrough the halls in 15 minute periodsb.
SECRETARY of INTERIOR-Gloria Mackey-because of her knowledge of domestic
SECRETARY of LABOR-Allen Winter-because of his great industriousness C??'?D.
SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE-Ethel Edwards-because of her deep, sincere in-
terest in farmers Cespecially onelj.
ATTORNEY GENERAL-Thomas Ritter-because he is always arguing with someone.
and the Seven Dwarfs
Snow White ..,, .......,.., M arie Klick
Dopey .........,, ........, J ames Fetherolf
Sneezy ....... ,........,.,. M iss Sloat
Doc ,,..... ........, R alph Frantz
Grumpy .,... ,.......,. J ohn Hoch
Bashful ..., ....... F ranklin Hahn
Sleepy .... .,............. A llen Winter
Happy ..... Walter Hagenbuch
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Design for Scandal ........... ..............,.,,........,......... M ary Ellen Rash
Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde ..... ...,,.,. W illiam Hertzog and Rudy Zakos
Glamour Boy ....,,....,....... ........,.....,...,.......,........,,..... R ichard Goodhard
Ladies in Retirement ........ ,......., L orraine Roth and Margaret McConnell
Look Who's Laughing ..... ..,.......,.,,....,.......,......,.....,.,.......,...... M r. Knecht
Men in Her Life .,..,..... ,.,.... L orraine Kratzer
The Wolf Man ...,. ...,................................,,..,.........,.,.......4..... J ohn Hoch
The Riot Squad ....,. ......, W illiam Gold, Stuart Albert, and Victor Beers
Mr. Celebrity .........,..,.........,...... ......,.............,.....,...,... W Villiam Morris Bennett III
The Shadow of the Thin Man ..,.,...,..........,.....,. George Kahler
Captain of the Clouds .....,........ ................,.......,......,.. E ugene LeVan
Ride 'Em Cowboy ....... ......,.. R alph Fry and Angelo Martino
Son of Fury .....,...,....,.,.,......,,.... ...,...........,............,.....,..,. T ony Merlo
The Gentleman after Dark .... ..,........,.,.....,...,...,...........,.....,....... T homas Ritter
High, Wide and Handsome ..........,..... Frank Huryn or anybody else from Bath
The Man Who Came to Dinner ......... ..,...........,.....,.....,........,..... C hris Muscler
Fugitives from Justice ......,......,... .,,...., ' 42 Comet Staff-or will be soon
Appointment for Love ...... ..,.,,.........,...,..,,. 1 1:30 after the Prom
Blues in the Night .,..... ................ ................ S t ag at the Prom
Coniirm or Deny ...... ....,.... G raduation CExamination papersj
Honky Tonk ..........,... ...,...........,.....,...........,... G irls' basketball
One Foot in Heaven .,....................,.,..............,...................,..........,...... ..At the Prom
Suspicion ,..,.... Mr. Wunderly CWriting English words above German wordsj
They Died With Their Boots On ...Comet rejections. You ought to see them!
Hellzapoppin .,,.........,.................,.............................,, 15 minute periods in room 29
Remember the Day ..... , ................,.. ,........,...,................. T rig. Exam.
Swamp Water .,.............. .,....... L aboratory after certain experiments
All Through the Night .......
For Whom the Bell Tolls ..,.
Keep 'Em Flying ........,..
The Bugle Sounds ....,
To Be or Not To Be .....
Studying for Exams
....,.,....The 8:30 buzzer
,...,.....That is the question
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How to Keep Johnny from Marching Home
Materials-100 grams of powdered arsenic.
1 Bunsen burner.
1 carton of matches Cyou'll need 'emJ.
1 pine box 115' x 692' x 3'.
1 experienced undertaker.
Procedure-Lay the materials on the lab table in any order whatsoever fit won't
make any difference in the end anywayj. Light the Bunsen burner and produce a
non-luminous flame. After your sixth vain attempt at this let someone else light it.
Now generate hydrogen in contact with arsenic and test the gas by inhaling deeply.
If you are able to struggle to your feet with the help of some of your classmates, do so
and continue the experiment. Now produce what you think will be arsenious oxide
ASQOS. If your product is anything but a white solid, throw it away and try again.
When you finally do get a white solid you will have arsenious oxide. Powder it Hnely,
and kindly try your best to keep it on the table and not on the floor. Now, you are
ready for the test of your product. Send out black-edged announcements to your
friends and relatives and proceed by dissolving about one pound of the oxide in a
glass full of water and quench your thirst. How do you feel? What's your pulse?
It isn't so strong, is it? Now climb into the box and dontt worry about the mark you'll
get in this experiment. When your eyes are becoming glazed, you'll regret not pre-
paring your lab experiments more thoroughly.
Things Welll Never See . . .
Mary Ellen Rash without her make-up.
John Hoch without an armful of books.
Lloyd Heitzman without his flashy jacket.
William Bennett Without his loud socks.
Kenneth Koehler without his curl.
Angelo Martino without his dimples.
Eugene LeVan without his model airplanes,
Tony Merlo without his bluffing.
Howard Schoenberger without his physique.
Ethel Edwards without her chattering.
Willard Schisler without his cornet.
Mildred Schlegel without her pink cheeks.
Richard Goodhard without his lazy stride.
Irene Mitchell without her giggle.
Gerald Kale without his mischievous pranks.
Virginia Blinton without her male following.
Thomas Ritter without his arguments.
Gloria Mackey without her big blue eyes.
Betty Kreidler without Beatrice.
William Gold without his boisterous outbursts.
Doris Williams without her quietness.
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A prescription to remove bashfulness Conly John Dlugos need applyj.
A prescription to make people large CAttention! Jane Derrj.
A brand new 'tnever-used before" kind of bluffing CTony Merlo, chief applicantb.
Extra radiation for Room 13 during the winter months.
A new big, fat rolling-pin Cneeded by Gloria Mackey Millerj.
A mechanical device to keep from blushing CRequested by Walter Hagenbuchb.
Rubber rings and rattles Conly sophomores need applyj.
A device for keeping awake during school Cneeded by Jean Metzj.
Bobby pins to keep the curls off his face CRequested by Allen Winterj.
An invention to keep the students C75 quiet in the library.
A cure for ever-lasting hiccouglis CSought by George Kahlerj.
Ambition Cneeded by all seniors on these warm spring daysj.
A muffler for explosive sneezes CRequested by Mildred Schlegelj.
Teachers Cto help with the rationing of sugar and gasolinej.
Free inoculations Cfor the students and teachers likely to get the measles next yearj.
'tPep Pills" to tone up the system Cwanted by Lorraine Rothj.
Some T. N. T. to get him to class on time CRequested by Roger Zerfoss' teachersj.
Brand new 1942 buses with six new tires for the out-of-town students who are
frequently late CSought by homeroom teachersj.
An endowment fund for the Blue and White Standard so that there can be more issues
CRequested by subscribersj.
Full-length mirrors along the walls of the girlsl lavatories Cwanted by girl primpersl.
More assemblies and lyceums CSought by entire student bodyb.
Elevators to transport students from the basement to the top floor before lunch CRE-
quested by all students who have gym at that timej.
A cafeteria for all the students.
State Militia to protect the Comet Staff after its publication iWanted by Staffj.
A silencer for Paul Nicholasen's laugh CRequested by his teachersj.
An automatic gum-remover for all the fountains Uanitors, chief applicantsb.
We, the Class of 1942, wish to express our sincere appreciation to our patrons
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advertisers, and friends for their cooperation xn making our "Comet a success.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Albert
Mrs. Charles V. Alpaugh
lihhe American Legion Auxiliary
. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Elwood E. Arnold
F. M. Audenried
Stewart C. Bady
R. J. Bartholomew
Sem G. Beck
V. LC. Beers
Miss Mary Emma Bennett
Mrs. William Bennett
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Blinton
Dr. and Mrs.
R. I. Brazina
Miss Anna Brinker
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton L. Bunn
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Champion
Mrs. Rose Check
Rev. Howard D. Clauss
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Clewell
Mr. and Mrs. Warren S. Dech
Mrs. Addie Laub Dewalt
Rev. and Mrs. Walter H. Diehl
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Dilcherd
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dollinger
Miss Anna Dorozowski
Mr. and Mrs. Russell M. Drauch
Mr. Charles W. Eilenberger
Mr. and Mrs. Russell P. Eschenfelder
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence P. Fehnel
and Mrs. Charles T. Fehr
. Stanley J. Fehr
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ferraro
Mr. and Mrs. James U. Fetherolf
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fiiield
Miss Henrietta Frantz
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frantz
Dr. and Mrs. Jacob A. Fraunfelder
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fulmer
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Gold
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hahn
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Halberstadt
Dr. and Mrs. Earl B. Hartman
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Heckman
Mr. and Mrs. George Heckman
Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Heckman, Sr.
Mrs. Edith Henning
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Herbst
Mr. and Mrs
John S. Hoch
Holy Famiiyeathoiic church
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Johnson
F. T. Kaufman
Wallace Keen, Sr.
Miss Esther Kelchner
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Layton L. Kern
C. J . Knauss
Miss Margaret E. Kostenbader
Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Kratzer
Mrs. Senia Kreidler
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leh
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
F. A. Marcks
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Martin
. and Mrs. George D. McConnell
Mr. and Mrs. Claude W. Metz
. and Mrs. Herbert J. Metzgar
Mrs. Alice Meyers
. and Mrs. Conrad Miller
Mr. and lVIrs. Russell Morris
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Moser
Mr. Nathaniel Motta
Mr. and Mrs. Christ Muscler
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nagel
Nazareth Woman's Club
Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Neel
Mrs. Harry S. Newton
and Mrs. W. Calvin Nickel
Miss Florence L. Nicholas
Mr. and Mrs.
Robert W. Nolf
Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Pohl
and Mrs. Lewis Polgardy
and Mrs. Victor Rash
and Mrs. John Redline
and Mrs. Elvin Reimer
and Mrs. Herbert Reimer
Mrs. John Reiter, Sr.
Miss Helen Roth
Mr. and Mrs. Roland S. Roth
Miss Irene Savitz
Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen Schaeier
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Schaeffer
Mr. and Mrs. William Scheffler
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schlegel
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton D. Schleicher
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Schissler
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Schnerr
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schoeneberger
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schoeneberger
Dr. and Mrs. Walter J. Scutt
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seifert V
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Seyfried and Family
Dr. and Mrs. E. A. N. Seyfried
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shimer
Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Shimer
Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Shook
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Shook
Mrs. Hester R. Siegfried
Mrs. Minnie Solt
and Mrs. George A. Smith
and Mrs. Joseph F. Smith
and Mrs. Willis Smith
and Mrs. A. Russell Snyder
Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Snyder
. and Mrs. Elias W. Spengler
and Mrs. Russell K. Stout
and Mrs. E. H. Swavely
and Mrs. Clifford T. Taylor
and Mrs. N. E. Uhler
Mr. Fred Uhler
and Mrs. F. N. Wagner
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weaver
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Weaver
. and Mrs. Roy Weaver
inland Sporting Goods Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wilken
. and Mrs. Don C. Wilkinson, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Zakos
. and Mrs. William Zakos
M E was a master because he took infinite
Pains. We are his earnest miisciplesfi
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will marry some wlll go to college You all
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Main Office: Branch Office:
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There was a young girl named Marge,
I must say her feet were quite largeg
She took size eleven,
Before she Was seven,
And now they resemble a barge.
TOBACCO FILMS GREETING CARDS
STATIONERY CANDIES TOILET ARTICLES
27 Belvidere Street
Young Men s Suits
Sport Coats Slaeks
Shoes and Hats
Hen ry Schlegel
13 17 Belvldere Street Nazareth
WE GIVE S Sz H GREEN STAMPS
Thele IS a tlong dunk called gm
Wh1Ch IS usually connected Wlth sm
It glVCS you a r1de
And you go mto a spm
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Fhele was 1 young lellow n uned Hlnk
Who lndeed enyoyed 1 p1ank
Put h1s skates on the stan
But h1 mother tell the1e
A1 d oh' how hls iathel dld spank
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The1e ne styles to sult ages hom bnth to 16 yeaxs Infants shn ts and
pantles Chlldl en s walst sults boys 1nd ITLISSES un1on su1ts IH xauous
styles and iabucs boys athletlc shuts and shorts Also Nazaleth
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P. 0. Nazareth, Pa., Route No. 2
There is a subject called English,
That is Very easily distinguished:
Marks are low for sorne,
Although they aren't dumbg
It's just that thing called English.
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W. E. CHURCHMAN, Principal
Spring Garden St. East of N. 4th Easton, Pa
I knew a tough fellow named Tom,
As brave and as hard as they come:
But one glance from his wife,
And he'd run for his life,
She considered him only a bum.
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Nearly a Century of Insurance Service
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There was a young lady of Castor,
Who lived in fear of her masterg
The reason for this,
Was her face he would kiss,
And then would burst into laughter.
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Contractors Portrait . . . Wedding
Estimates Furnished on Ph0t0Sl'aPhe1'S
Contracts or Day Rate
R. No. 3, Nazareth, Pa.
Studios . . . Centre Square
Naz. Phone 445
219 Northampton Street Easton
36 BELVIDERE STREET
SIN K HOLES
27 Years' Experience
Artesian Well Drillers
212 Washington Park
All Work Guaranteed
There was a young girl named Kate
Who came home once Very lateg
Her dad was a crank
And gave her a spankg
Now Kate gets as far as the gate.
Philadelphia . . . Boston
Snyder Milling Co.
Q M ,Q
C. W. Hartman
Miss Sloat after reading the Hrs
around here have a curfew?
John Port: "Yes, Stockertownf'
t stanza of Gray's Elegy: "Does any city
MEATS and GROCERIES
18 NORTH MAIN STREET
Agency Smithson Clothes
MANS STORE l
21 South Third Street
Adam Shirts Portage Shoes
For Quality and of
Service in Printing
Youngs Press VEGETABLES and PRODUCE
127 East High Street Belvidere Street
There once was a boy named Harry,
Who stated he never would marryg
But cupid aimed his dart,
And hit him in the heart,
And now he's hen-peeked Harry
Frack 81 Leh
SALES and SERVICE
..l. of l
NAZARETH, PA. N AZ ARVETH
Te1eph0l1e 124 1'PICKELS,U JR.
Class of '43
Millwork of Quality
Leader Store OF
Cor. Main and Belvidere Streets
Nazareth, Pa. R, D, Lambert
STYLED . . . RIGHT
PRICED . . . RIGHT
There was once a young lady named Claire,
Whose horrible face was a nightmareg
But she didn't mind it,
Cause she was behind itg
The people in front got the scare.
Nazareth Planing P 0 N T I A C
SALES . . . SERVICE
SASH DOORS . . . SHUTTERS
BLINDS . . . FRAMES
TAIR WORK . . . INTERIOR TRIM
Prospect and Green Streets
GAS . . . OILS
TIRES . . . BATTERIES
Pail' 81 Darrohn
Compliments of Iiuhns 81
Frank Huth 81 Sons
that can be depended upon
in an emergency
The Man's Store
Popular Price Clothing
for Young Men
There was a young man named Joe,
Who liked to chew his big toeg
One day as he slept,
All of a sudden he wept
For he found he had swallowed his toe.
The People S Coal
and Supply Co.
l of Phone Naz. 483
Your Dealer for
Milling co. and
Lehigh Navigation Coal
. LUMBER . . . HARDWARE
I. Schwartz S1 Son
STOVES and BEDDING
H. T. Vannatta, Mgr.
511-0 South Main Street
None to Compare
For Value and Wear'
48 YEARS ON THE SQUARE
Mr. Wunderly fto students after explaining a difficult sentence in German
classy: "You students should Work in a clock factoryf'
L. McConnell: "Why?U
Mr. Wunderly: 'Because you are always making faces."
No One Knows Paint Like a Painter"
Thomas J. Franczak Creamery and Dairy
222 OAK STREET
ROBERT EDELMAN, Prop.
CREAM . . . BUTTER
To the Class of '4f2!
G. C. Murphy Co.
NThe Friendly Storea'
o PLATTER LUNCHES
0 SHORT ORDERS
111 South Main
Mr. Felleri 'Tell what you know about propaganda."
John Port: "Is he Mohotma Ghandi's father?"
37 Mauch Chunk Street
Nazareth: Office 131
Roy T. Fehnel Men's and Young Men's
General Contractor Clothmg
WEATHER STRIPPING and
and CAULKING Furnishings
R. No. 3, Nazareth
Centre Square N. E. Corner
QBELFAST, PA' Allentown, Pa.
John Reiter: "Every time I put my arm around my girl, I get a shock. ls that
Mr. Shekletski: UNO, it's because her clothes are charged."
Patronize . . .
Nazareth's Leading Prescription Park
Drug Store for All Your Drug
Needs. Registered Druggists
give you the quality service you The Logical place
are entitled to.
Ask Your Family Doctor REUNION PICNIC
He Knows Us . . . QOL OUTING
PAUL W. HECKMAN
The Rexall Drug Store T' V- Long, Mgr-
The Best in Drug Store Merchandise Phone: Easton 6941
The Best in Drug Store Service
The Home of Distinctioni'
Wind Gap, Pa.
Harvey P. Dietz
55 South Main Street
Mr. Felton: "All bodies on this earth are attracted by' and attract all other
bodies. What is this called?"
Conrad Miller: "ls that love?"
H. O. Simons
Tool and Supply Co
Peter F. Yeisley, proprietor
165-7 South Main Street
Stanley R. Woodring
MILK . . . CREAM
B . C h a 11 e
60 South Main Street
and Nazareth, Pa.
Buttermilk and cottage cheese
Phone 595-R NAZARETH
ARMY and NAVY
Miss Long: "What must one eat a lot of in order to keep good muscle tone
the large intestines?"
John L: "A lot of rubbage Croughagebft
Dr. Leon K lb
Warren H. Bowers 0
Painting ffnigmfied credit if desired'
Phone: Nazareth 282-J-3
118 S. MAIN STREET
lp. nu. to 6 p. rn.
7 p. m. to 8:30 p. rn.
For duration of War
St.. Regis Paper Co.
Bates Valve Bag Division
P A P E R B A G S
FLOUR, CEMENT, GYPZUM
GROUND LIMESTONE, PLASTER
and OTHER PULVERIZED
Albert 0. Sturgis
23 South Main Street
Telephone 1 57
Walter Hagenbuch producing an egg to be used in chemistry class.
Lorraine Roth: 'iLook! Walter laid an egg."
George Kahler: "I didn't know you had it in youf'
B. B. Hess
Body and Fender Repairs
EXTENDS ITS COMl'LIMENTS
CLASS OF '42
Klipple Bus Line
Phone . . . Bath 2211
Under the spreading chestnut tree
The smith works like the duce
For now heys selling gasoline
Hot dogs, and orange juice.
BETHLEHEM BUSINESS COLLEGE
Union Bank Building Bethlehem, Pa
An approved business training school.
COURSES PLANNED FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES:
Accounting ancl Business Administration
Advanced Courses for Graduates from Commercial Departments
MODERN OFFICE MACHINE EQUIPMENT
EFFECTIVE PLACEMENT SERVICE
CATALOG IVIAILED UPON REQUEST
W. F. MAGEE, President
Clarence C. Heller
, I ,
B R E A D Phone 176-R
Wind Gap, Pa.
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