Nazareth Area High School - Comet Yearbook (Nazareth, PA)
- Class of 1944
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The Senior Class
F OREWORD . .
Ii is our sincere hope that this yearbook
may serve as a memoir oi our associates
and aoiiviiies during our ihree happy
but fleeting years ai our Alma Maier.
DEDICATION . .
To the United Nations in their struggle
against tyranny, and to the establish-
ment ot peace and unity among all
nations in the not-too-distant tuture, We,
the class ot '44, dedicate this yearbook.
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ln the old historic Nazareth
'Gainst the rising sun
Stands our loved Alma Mater
Pride ot days to come.
Here with daily tasks we struggle
With our goal in sight
Ever mindful of our brothers
And the Blue and White.
By thy name, dear Alma Mater
We shall win the fight,
And for us, thy sons and daughters,
Days will e'er be bright
Nazareth High, to thee we're pledging
All our main and might-
Never shall dishonor cloud thee
Nor the Blue and White!
Earl Laudig, '31
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A. Russell Snyder, Frank B. Leh, Peter F. Yeisley, Clinton L. Bunn, George A. Smith,
Charles J. Knauss, Charles P. Schnerr, William Henry
Nazareth School Board
George A. Smith, President
A. Russell Snyder, Vice-President Charles P. Schnerr, Treasurer
C. J. Kncuss, Secretary to the Board
First Row: Wunderly, Werner, Kern, Rice, S. Hahn, C. Bartholomew, Ott, Griffin, Gaumer, M. Werkheiser,
Second Row: Gold, Alich, Oessenick, A. Miller, Sandt, V. Marsh, Becker, Seyfried, Franczak, Pfeiffer, Resh,
Third Row: Neumeyer, W. Smith, Miss Sloat, Landon, Ruloff, Tavioni, Rosko, L. Roth, Young, S. Werkheiser, Miss
Nicholas, Lehr, B. Hahn.
Elizabeth S. Sloat
Assistant Business Managers
Florence L. Nicholas
Jean B. Clute
A. B., Muhlenberg College
Superinlendenl of Nazareth Public Schools
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B. S., M. A., Columbia University
Principal of fhe Nazarefh Senior High School
Glzarles .Bazrfolef Cflnna josserf
History Physical Education
B. S., Lebanon Valley College B. S., Easl Slroudsburg Teachers College
Serving in the Armed Forces M. A., Columbia Universily
Sarah .Boffo .Marie Zryan
Librarian History and English
A. B. Maryville College B. A., Misericordia College
B. S. in L. S. Drexel
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Jean Glufe guy Gump
Ari I Mathemaiics
Pennsylvania Museum School of lncluslrial Arf B. S. Geflysburg College
QUIZ .Qefwiler Bois gullmer
lndustrial Arfs Commercial
B. S. Pennsylvania Slole College B. S. Bloomsburg Slale Teachers College
glial goulflbzq Gharlofle greiner
History and Problems of Democracy Commercial
B. S. Wesf Chesler Slale Teachers College B. S., Rider College
M. S. Universily of Pennsylvania
Tahari 3farJinq M. .Eoulse gfefrich
B. A., Syracuse B. S., Mansfield Sfafe Teachers College
Serving in the Armed Forces
marie Jenkins .Bouise young
Home Economics English
B. A., Park College A. B., Ursinus College
J. gl'EJ6l"lC jfzzeclzf glmnlclyn jfosfmlager
A. B., M. A., University of Pennsylvania A. B., Moravian College
Gfngrew .gala .gals .gong
Physical Education Biology
Ph. B., Muhlenberg College A. B., Susquehanna Universify
M. A., Columbia University
.J4llJreJ ,Melz Qlllllam .Moser
Commercial American History
B. S., Rider Col!ege A. B., Muhlenberg College
gurl iklller gjearl Sclmerr
American History Home Economics
Ph. B., Muhlenberg College B. S., New York Universily
Serving in the Armed Forces
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B. S., Cedcr Cresl College A. B., Lehigh University
glizabeflz Sloaf Gfluqusfine Oyelrzlzofer
A. B., Lebanon Valley College A. B., Muhlenberg College
M, A., Columbia University
geo Vqd Cylullaefxlj
A. B., Moravian College
M. A., Columbia University
Mrs. jfneclzf, ikuflz .garzgon
School Nurse Secretary to Miss Nicholas
grace dveumeyer Emma yukna
Secretary to Mr. Mcrcks Secretary to Mr. Marcks
Serving in the Armed Forces
We the class of '44
Do dedicate our brains, no more,
Our eyes, our mouths, oh no
Because they're always on the go.
The iuniors accept our brains with glee
Because their own are gone, you see,
They left them in their freshman year,
They thought they didn't need them here.
Ma riorie Griffin
The future stares us in the facep
It holds a challenge vast
To work and plan to be secure
And profit by the past.
Unnecessary, cruel wars,
And destruction reign todayg
Pain, shock, worry, and death
Point a backward way.
A lasting peace must be our goal
And we cannot falter now
To rid the world of savage wars-f
This is our solemn vow.
With peace a new world is to come
ln which advancement rulesp
Medicines to fight disease
Aeroplanes and schools.
Trade and commerce develop fully
Between all nations, free,
Will bring a lasting fellowship
With lands across the sea.
Peace is still our sacred end
No matter race or classy
The future holds a challenge vastp
We cannot let it pass.
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SHERWOOD HOWARD ASHENFALDER
Now serving in the armed forces.
Crash! Bang! There goes Sherwood trying to solve a problem
in Consumer Science class. His work in the Chemistry Lab at the
Penn Dixie prevented him from participating in many school
activitiessbut he certainly could hold his own in P. D. class. Sher-
wood is now serving in Uncle Sam's Navy.
Forum Club 3.
RAY WAGNER BARTHOLOMEW
This slim lad hails from Tatamy. "Razor" seems to be a very
quiet boy, but to those who know him, he has a sense of humor.
Although he is not too studious, he does enough to get by. His
favorite hobbies are hunting and fishing.
MARIAN ANN ALICH "Marian"
Tiny, sedate, with a big smile and a pleasing personality-
that's Marian. Although she's rather small, she does get around
onthe gym floor and is known as an all-round good sport. Besides
being a good student, Marian served well as one of the Comet
photographers. Belfast seems to hold a special attraction for her.
Class, Asst. Secretary and Treasurer 2, Comet, Photography
Editor 3, Prom Decorating Committee 2, Basketball l, 2, 3,
Basebcll 1, 2, Volley Ball 2, 3, Hockey 2, 3, Science Club 2.
CONSTANCE IRENE BARTHOLOMEW "Bun"
Meet the Editor-in-Chief ot the Comet. Because of "Bun's"
artistic ability, she introduced many new ideas into our yearbook
and helped to make it a success. She also enioys playing the piano
and reading. Upon graduation, "Bun" is going to study advertising
Comet, Editor-in-Chief 3, Senior Play, Business Committee 3,
Blue and White 1, Glee Club 3, Music Festival 2, Athletic Associa-
tion, Treasurer 3, Valley Ball i, Baseball l, Science Club, Secretary
2, Magazine Campaign 1, Assistant Manager 2, Manager 3.
LARUE LOUISE BATH "Larue"
Do, Re, Mi. Yes, it's LaRue practicing a song for either A
Cappella Choir, Glee Club, or the Belfast trio. She was "June"
in the Operetta and one of the trio in last year's Music Festival.
This pleasant and iolly lassie takes to music as a duck to water,
but what about chemistry, LaRue? One of her favorite pastimes is
Glee Club l, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Senior Play, Usher
3, Music Festival 2.
MARY JACQUELINE BEALER "Jackie"
lt's Jackie herself! Jackie's sense of humor and cheerful dis-
position account for her many friends. Her idea of spending a
delightful evening is going dancing, especially with a certain
"Corporal." She has a keen interest in her commercial studies and
served as personality writer for the Comet. Although she is an
honor student, she tells us she'd like to ioin the WAVES. Confidenti-
ally, we don't believe it!
Class, Secretary l, Vice President 2, Commercial Club 2,
President 3, Forum Club 3, Comet, Personality Writer 3, Senior
Play, Business Slat? 3.
ELEANOR JANE BECKER "Eleanor"
If there's laughing going on, Becker is sure to be in the group!
Frequently she can be seen participating in the selling ot stamps and
bonds for the Victory Corps. Not only is Eleanor a faithful member
of our school band, but she can do her stuff on the basketball floor
as well. Someday she hopes to become an efficient secretary.
Band 1, Secretary 2, 3, Commercial Club 2, Basketball l, 2,
Volley Ball l, 2, 3, Baseball l, 2, 3, Comet, Typist 3.
EDITH CLAIRE BEERS "Archie"
"Hey, girls!" Sounds as it Edith has heard some more iokes
which she's about to relate to her classmates. Most giggling in
study periods can be traced to Edith, but she finds time enough for
her school work to be on the honor roll. Herinterests in business were
displayed by her loyalty to the business staff of the Comet.
Basketball l, 2, 3, Volley Ball l, 2, 3, Baseball l, 2, 3, Blue
and White 3, Comet 3, Student Librarian 2, 3.
ROBERT PAUL BERGER "Bob"
Bob, one of the smaller boys in the senior class, finds his size
no handicap to him. Even in class basketball, he is always ready ta
sink the ball at a decisive moment. Trouble comes as second nature
ta Bob, but he usually gets aut of it by some means ar other. His
theory is that homework is unnecessary, although, under pressure,
he manages to get it done.
Basketball 1, 2, 3.
FRANK JOSEPH BETZ "Betzie"
Where did all that "steam" come from? Oh, it's "Betzie," iust
having a good time again telling stories. Teasing the girls is another
one of his delights, although he does take the consequences some-
times. We don't think he will ever have a nervous breakdown from
hard work. ln the future "Betzie" aims to give his friends shocks
since he wants to be an electrician in the navy.
ROY FRANCIS BURALLI "Pete"
WILSON HENRY BUCK "Bucky"
"Bucky" came to us in his iuniar year. He is a cub reporter for
The Morning Call, and through this has become a keen follower of
all sports and sports activities. That "Bucky" is a good basketball
player is proved by the number of points he racks up for the "Y"
Like fun it ls' This is the expression which "Pete" uses most
frequently. Very quick to take up his end of an argument, he seldom
is the first one to admit defeat. He enioys all outdoor sports and
can otherwise be identified by the green '39 Ford which he drives.
An aviation cadet, Roy hopes to ioin the air corps in July.
Senior Play, Costume Committee 3, Band if Glee Club lf
A Cappella lf Operetta if Music Festival 2.
PEARL LOVINNIA BUTZ "Butzy"
Blue eyes, blonde hair, and a pleasant smile best describe
Pearl. Pearl does not participate in any school activities, but she
works at Murphy's every afternoon after school and also every
Saturday. Homework always prepared on time, good grades, a
iob, and a boy friend all help to keep Pearl busy.
GEORGENE ALICE COWLING "George"
Mary of Through the Keyhole is, in reality, only "George",
another of our Bath girls. Outside of her lrish temper and her
ability to blush at the slightest mention of the word "Sarge," she
is quite popular with her fellow students. Her participation in
sports and other school activities does not interfere with her school
Hockey l, 2, Volley Ball l, Captain 2, Basketball l, 2, Captain
3, Baseball 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, Magazine Campaign 3,
Student Librarian 3, Comet, Personality Writer 3, Senior Play,
ROBERT STEPHEN CREAMER "Creamer"
Meet "Alibi Ike" who resides at Cherry Hill. "Creamer," our
excellent excuse maker, is always ready to give someone a line
whenever the opportunity arises. To him lessons are a burden and
he'd rather spend his time hunting or fishing. Although he has his
quiet moments, he usually is the cause of the disturbance in the
rear of room 29.
Radio Club 3.
GLADYS MAY CUMBERLAND "Gladys"
Brown hair, green eyes and a cheery smile-these character-
istics spell Gladys. Although she enjoys the quiet side of life, she's
no mean opponent on the gym floor. She is keenly interested in
her commercial work and is a member of the Commercial Club.
Gladys hopes to work in an office someday-that is, if Bob
doesn't change her mind.
Combmercial Club 3, Blue and White, Typist 3, Baseball 2, 3.
DOMINIC LEOPOLD DANIELE "Daniels"
"That was a good ioke but I can tell a better one." Just
"Daniels" preparing to tell his latest rib-tickler. This chap can al-
ways find something to talk about, especially during the noon
hour. His favorite pastime is sleeping. After school and on Satur-
days, he can be found working in one of the garages in Bath.
JOHN DOROZOWSKI "John"
Meet the 1943 football captain! In this capacity John dis-
played excellent leadership. Although rather quiet around girls,
there's one particular senior to whom he is much attracted. John
intends to enter the Navy immediately after graduation.
Basketball 'l, 2, 3, Baseball 1, Football 2, Captain 3.
DOMENICK ANTHONY FERARRO "Wassie"
"Wassie" is not very fond of school, hut he does enioy pulling
practical iokes on his friends. Domenick likes to listen to sport
programs on the radio and will argue for hours about the "Athletics."
"Wassie" spends most of his time up at the Y. M. C. A.
Basketball 1, 2.
ELLIS ELWOOD FRABLE "Ellis"
At first glance, Ellis appears to be one of the quiet type, but
when one knows him better, one soon has a different opinion of him.
The consistency with which his name appears on the high honor roll
goes to show what hard work and determination can accomplish.
His greatest enioyment is to walk or ride on his bike through the
open country and view nature at its best.
ROBERT HOWARD FULMER "Bob"
This tall lad with light brown hair and blue eyes can be found
after school and Saturdays at the local Five and Ten busily sweep-
ing floors, washing windows, or unpacking boxes. School, in Bob's
estimation, is a place where people should go to gain knowledge
and keep out of trouble, however, he doesn't always follow his
own theory. Bob hopes to be a machinist after graduation.
a biology teacher.
BETTY LORRAINE GOLD "Goldie"
Blonde hair, sparkling blue eyes, and a friendly smile-it's
no other than "Goldie." A swell pal and friend, she takes great
interest in music and sports. She was also on the stage committee
for the senior play. "Goldie" aims to be one of those women in
Class, Assistant Secretary and Treasurer 3, Comet, Photo-
graphy Editor 3, Senior Play, Property Committee 3, Glee Club
3, Basketball 2, 3, Valley Ball 2, 3, Hockey 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3,
Science Club 2, Prom, Refreshment Committee 2.
HELEN MARY FRANCZAK "Helen"
Giggle, giggle, giggle! Yes, that's Helen coming down the
hall. Despite her giggles, Helen is a good student for her name
frequently appears on the honor roll. She is one of the Comet
typists and hopes to make typing her profession. However, one
of last year's graduates may change her mind.
Commercial Club 2, 3, Comet, Typist 3, Valley Ball 7, 3,
Captain 2, Baseball 2, Hockey 3, Magazine Campaign 1.
ALBERT EDWIN HELLICK GAUMER "Professor"
There goes our streak of lightning again. Oh yes, it's Albert
going down to do stage work for the senior play or an operetta.
Besides this, "Professor" enjoys collecting biology specimens for
his aquarium. He takes his lessons seriously and expects to become
Science Club 1, 2, Dramatic Club 7, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, A
Cappella Chair l, 2, 3, Operetta l, 2, 3, Prom, Decorating Com-
mittee 2, Senior Play, Stage Committee 3, Comet, Associate
MARJORIE RIVERS GRIFFIN "Gritfie"
Here's one of the three Associate Editors of the Comet. Blonde
bangs, blue eyes, and a cheery smile have won "Griffie" many
friends. Although "Griffie" seems to be quiet, she is a great giggler,
isn't she, Keppel? She is planning to attend a southern college.
Comet, Associate Editor 3, Blue and While, Business Staff
2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Science Club 2, Basketball I, 2, 3,
Baseball l, 2, 3, Volley Ball I, 2, 3, Student Librarian 2, 3, Prom,
Decorating Committee 2, Senior Play, Usher 3, Operetta, Usher 3.
BETTY MAE HAHN "Hahnie"
"Hahnie," one of the four Betty's in chemistry class, helps to
produce bedlom in the chem lab. ln all sports she's small but
mighty and helps her team on to victory. She is a member of the
Business Staff of the Comet. There's a diamond on her left hand.
Could it tie up with a soldier in England?
Comet, Business Staff 3, Dramatic Club I, 2, Senior Play,
Property Committee 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball I, 2, 3.
STANLEY OLIVER HAHN "Hahnie"
Blue eyes, blond hair, and ruddy complexion describe our
business manager of the Comet to a T. Stanley works hard and he
is very cooperative. He was a reliable member of the Student
Council first semester. His hobbies are horseback riding and teasing
girls. No doubt "Hohnie" will be an efficient businessman in the
Comet, Business Manager 3, Dramatic Club 2, Student Council
3, Senior Play, Property Committee 3.
VIOLET LILLIE HAHN "Violet"
Looks are deceiving, as in the case of Violet, for this quiet
young lady can giggle at the smallest incident. She is serious though,
when it comes to her commercial subiects. Although she takes little
interest in sports, she is a faithful member of the Commercial Club.
Blue and White, Typist 3, Commercial Club 2, 3.
VERNON FRANCIS HAPPEL "Whoozie"
One of the class teases, spiced with an added giggle, is
"Whoozie." Vernon works in his dad's store out in Stackertown.
Outside of this he's kept quite busy taking care of a certain dark-
haired senior. During this coming summer Happel intends to work
on a farm, and then this tall plans to enlist in the Navy.
Senior Play, Property Committee 3.
CLAIRE ELIZABETH HAYNE "Claire"
Happy-go-lucky Claire can usually be heard whistling a
tune, for whistling is one of her accomplishments. She takes an
interest in everything but schoolwork. Her cheerful disposition
has won her many friends. We hear she's quite a "hit" at Fairmonts
in Bath. What's the secret, Claire???
HARVEY WILLIAM HECKMAN "Heckman"
An ever present smile is Harvey's greeting to everyone. "Never
a worry, never a care" is his motto and he certainly follows it. His
favorite activities are ice skating and hiking. He has shown his
ability as a leader by being assistant scout master of his troop.
"Heckman's" ultimate goal is to be a pilot in the air corps.
Student Counci!1, A Cappella Choir 3, Operetta 3, Basketball
3, Baseball Varsity 1, 2.
JOSEPH HAWK HEINEY "Heinie"
"Heinie" is a happy-go-lucky chap liked by everyone. Believe
it or not, "Heinie's" hobby is snakes' His matter-of-fact way of tell-
ing a ioke or a story makes either more effective. He did well as
William, the butler, in the senior play, Through the Keyhole. What's
the attraction in Pen Argyl, "Heinie"?
Class, Vice President 3, Senior Play, Major 3, Oratorical
Contest '2, Glee Club 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Operetta
1, 3, Music Festival 2, Tennis Tournament 1, Forum Club 2, 3,
Radio Club 3, Dramatic Club 2, Science Club 1, 2.
SAMUEL JUNIOR HENRY "Sam"
"You take the x under the radical sign, multiply by 35 to the
fifth power and divide by Ya." lt's only Sam trying to explain his
own method of doing a difficult problem in advanced algebra.
This medium sized boy from Crossroads is really a mathematical
wizcrd. Bicycling and scouting are two of his favorite activities.
Oh, yes, where do you go every Monday and Friday nights after
Civil Air Patrol meetings, Sam?
ROBERT HAROLD HERTZOG "Bobby"
Bobby is one of the quiet boys of the senior class. This lad
from Cherry Hill is quite an authority on hunting and fishing. Some
day he may become a poultry raiser. He's also interested in the
Class, Vice President 3 A Cappella Choir 3 Operetta 3
PAULINE ISABELL HORDENDORF "Polly"
"Vanilla, orange ice, and strawberryh-sorry, no chocolate
LEROY DONALD HOCKING Piggy
Always in another world, "Piggy" seems to enioy day dream-
ing. Before and after school he works at the drug store and maybe
this accounts for his dreaminess. He also seems to enjoy school
even if it is only to have a good time. ln the future he intends to
become a radar man in Uncle Sam's Navy.
today," explains "Polly" to her customers at Fairmount's. Although
rather quiet, "Polly" can hold her own when called upon to do so.
She's always well groomed and friendly to everyone and should
be very successful in the future as a hairdresser.
Dramatic Club 1, Glee Club 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 3, Operetla
3, Basketball i, Hockey l, Volley Ball 1, 2, Baseball 1, Forum
Club 2, Senior Play, Usher 3.
ELIZABETH IRENE HOUCK "Betty"
Light brown hair, brown eyes, and a pleasing smile--all these
make up the sum total of this petite miss from Upper Belfast, who
can usually be seen with her pal "Eppie." Betty dashes up the hall
and into room 29 iust one minute before the buzzer rings each
morning. She likes music class, swimming, and housework, but
detests school work. In the future she wants to be another Florence
RUBY JUNE HOUGH "Houghie"
Here's another of our cheerleaders. "Houghie" enioys all
kinds of sports and is an excellent basketball guard. She is a
Co-Editor of the Blue and White Standard and has done much to
help make it a success. "Houghie's" particular interest is a tall
Class, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, Blue and White l, Associate
Editor 2, Co-Editor 3, Prom, Decorating Committee 2, May
Festival, Usher 2, Baseball l, 3, Basketball l, 2, Captain 3, Valley
Ball l, 3, Captain 2, Hockey 2, 3, Captain 1, Science Club l,
Cheerleader 2, 3, Student Librarian l, 2.
MILDRED MARTHA KEEPER
This blonde miss hails from Bath. Mildred is a pleasant, serious
but quiet girl. She is a commercial student and a member of the
Commercial Club. Working at Murphy's every Saturday plus
dates keep Mildred quite busy.
Hockey l, Commercial Club 3.
RICHARD LEWIS HUTH "Huthie"
Now serving in the armed forces.
Anchors aweigh! Yes, Dick's in the navy now and he's greatly
missed at N. H. S. His good humor and smiles should lighten many
a task for him. His training in our A Cappella Choir serves him
well now as a member of the Navy Choir. Dick always enioyed
playing tennis and was a great football enthusiast,
Glee Club 7, 2, A Cappella Choir l, Librarian 2, Class Basket-
ball l, 2, Science Club 2.
STEPHEN CARL KEPPEL "Baron Jr."
SHELTON PAUL KELLER "Keller"
Although he's rather quiet in most of his classes, Keller isn't
silent when it comes to athletics. Shelton was quite an end on the
1943 football team. He is going to play first base for a Phillies
farm team this summer. Shelton's main interests are sports and a
certain junior from room 33.
Class, Vice President 2, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, Glee Club
2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Operetta 3, Football, Varsity l, 2, 3,
Baseball 1, Basketball 'l, 2, Prom, Entertainment Committee 2.
Brood shoulders dark complexion athletic ability, and a
wclfish whistle-that's "Steve." After school he's either down in the
gym participating in some sport or else he's escorting a certain
blonde senior home. Since his lessons aren't his greatest worry,
"Baron Jr." spends considerable time at the Stage Door Canteen
Oratcrical Contest 3, Senior Play, Usher 3, Prom, Entertainment
Committee 2, Football 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, Baseball l, Forum
Club 2, 3, Radio Club 3, Science Club l, 2.
BETTIE MERWINE KERN "Kernie"
Who's that dark haired, lively little soul from Room 25?
lt's none other than "Kernie," who is remembered as Genevieve in
Through the Keyhole. Bettie takes great interest in sports, especially
roller skating. She did her bit for the Comet as a personality
writer. "Kernie's" romantic interests, however, stray from Nazareth.
Senior Play, Major 3, Comet, Personality Writer 3, Glee Club
1, 2, A Cappella Choir 3, Operetta 3, Music Festival 2, Valley
Ball l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, Hockey l, 2, Baseball l, 2, 3, Blue
and White 2, Commercial Club 2.
ELEANOR ELMIRA KNECHT "Knecht"
Giggle, giggle! Yes, it's LaRue and Eleanor in chemistry class.
Dark hair, brown eyes, and a pleasant smile all help to describe
Eleanor. She goes out for sports and despite her shortness, can
really get around on the gym floor. "Knecht" hopes some day to
be another of those women in white.
Glee Club 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Music Festival 2,
Operetta 3, Baseball l, 2, Basketball 7, 2, 3, Hockey l, Volley
Ball l, 2, 3, Craft Club l.
GLADYS HELEN LAHR
This brown-haired miss hails from Bushkill Center. Her ambition
is to become a nurse. Gladys' pleasantness and dependability
plus her humor have made her a friend to all. "Off Boys," is her
latest policy. What's the reason, Gladys?
Baseball 2, 3, Commercial Club 2, 3.
ROBERT DONALD KRIEGER "Bob"
Bob has made a name for himself as a member of the varsity
basketball team. Sinking the ball with his one-handed push-ups,
this lad ended the season as second highest scorer. Besides basket-
ball, he likes bowling and occasionally, a game of pool. Bob's
favorite greeting, "Hi, Old Man," is his identification tag. What
is the attraction at Wilson, Bob?
Student Council, President 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 2,
Senior Play, Usher 3, Prom, Decorating Committee 2, Senior Play,
Stage Committee 1.
JOHN MICHAEL LANDON "Mike"
"Now Grandma, you know you shouldn't do that." lt's just
"Mike" rehearsing his lines for Through the Keyhole. As president
of the senior class and of Student Council, John was a very con-
scientious worker and a good leader. Even though he always seems
to be sleepy, he can be wide awake and full of fun, once he gets
VIRGINIA CATHERINE LEHR "Ginny"
Meet one of the senior class singers! "Ginny" was one of the
soloists in last year's Music Festival. Besides being our second
semester's class president, she's fond of sports and is a good
basketball guard. "Ginny" plans to attend college upon graduation.
Student Council 3, Class, President 3, Comet, Music Editor 3,
Prom, Entertainment Committee 2, Blue ond White 1, Business
Manager 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Operetta
1, 3, Music Festival 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Volley Ball 1, 2, 3,
Hockey 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2. '
Band, Color Guard 2, 3, Class, Secretary 2, President 3,
Senior Play, Major 3, Student Council, President 3.
JUANITA JESLYEN LEVAN "Jessie"
RUSSELL EDWARD LERCH "Lerchie"
Although one ot the smallest fellows in the class, Lerchie's
brain isn't too small. He passes all his subiects easily even if it
does take him a little longer to complete tests. Every night after
school he can be seen hurrying down Main Street in order to get
home early to do his chores.
Radio Club 3, Basketball 3.
Here s another of our chatterboxes Jessie" likes sports and
participates in hockey, volley ball, and basketball. She can always
be found with Doris, her pal. "Jessie" spends time after school and
Saturdays working at Murphy's.
Class, Secretary 1, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, Blue and White
1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, 3, Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Forum Club 3, Prom, Decorating Committee 2.
MARJORIE ELIZABETH LONG "Margie"
A merry giggle issues from the rear of a study hall, "Margie"
is at it again. She is very active in sports but she dislikes studying.
"Margie" says she would like to be a nurse. We think, however,
some other interest will come first.
Basketball 1, Captain 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Volley Ball 1, 2, 3,
Hockey 1, 2, 3.
LILLIAN MAUDE MACKES "Lil "
"Lil" is a chubby lassie who hails from East Lawn. She is a
serious, hard-working girl, but she always manages a broad smile
for all her friends. She spends much of her time working at Murphy's
and writing letters to one of Uncle Sam's soldiers.
Glee Club 3, A Cappella Choir 1, Operetta 1, Music Festival
2, Volley Ball 1.
VICTORIA IRENE MARSH "Vicky"
FRANK JOSEPH MAROSlTZ "Frank"
At first glance, Frank appears to be a quiet and serious lad,
but once started, he's iust like a phonograph. Although not fond of
school, he lists hunting as his favorite activity. ln the future he
hopes to be a mechanic.
Radio Club, Secretary 3, Science Club 1, Basketball 7, 2.
Quiet cheerful and efficient Vicky proves to be eJerybody's
pal. Whenever a question pops up concerning the business world,
everyone runs to Vicky, for she usually knows the answer. Lessons
are not her only interest, for she was a manager for the girls'
volley ball team and is on the typing staff of the Blue and White
and the Comet.
Commercial Club 'l, 2, Secretary 3, Magazine Campaign,
Business Manager 3, Blue and White, Typist 2, 3, Comet, Typist
3, Basketball 2, Valley ball 2, Manager 3, Baseball 2, Senior
Play, Business Staff 3.
CHARLES CHARLES MARTH "Charlie"
"Charlie" usually appears quiet and contented, but once he
knows a person, he is constantly making wisecracks. This Stocker-
town chap brought a friendly smile and a cheerful hello with him,
but little energy to do his lessons.
Basketball I, 2, Radio Club 3, Science Club 2.
ARLENE MAY MILLER "Arlene"
Small, quiet, but ambitious is Arlene. She is very much interested
in sports, but this has no effect on her commercial studies, for she is
frequently one of our honor students. Besides this she finds time
to do her bit for the war effort working Saturday mornings at
Binney and Smith. Arlene hopes to become a private secretary
in the future.
Comet, Personality Writer 3, Commercial Club l, 2, Treasurer
3, Magazine Campaign 3, Blue and White 2, Associate Editor 3,
Bcskeibcll 2, 3, Volley Ball 3, Baseball 2, 3.
EVELYN MAE MILLER "Eppie"
'fTwc hearts that beat as one"e-applies to Evelyn and her twin,
Bettyl New recipes cnd patterns are "Eppie's" meat because
cooking and sewing are her favorite hobbies. Evelyn, a music
lover, is one of our snare drummers.
Band 1, 2, 3.
KENNETH HARRY MILTENBERGER "Kenny"
"Kenny," one of our students from Crossroads, will soon. be
wearing the navy blue. Hunting and fishing are two of his favorite
pastimes, but when it comes to lessons, Kenny isn't keen. He's much
interested in a certain member of the sophomore class.
JAMES SAYLOR NEUMEYER "Jimmy"
BARBARA ELIZABETH MUSCLER "Barbara "
Barbara is one of our chatterboxes who is really quite shy
in the presence of any faculty member. She doesn't find school work
very interesting, but her ability to play the French horn shows her
enioyment of music. Barbara also enjoys working as student libra-
rian. She hopes someday to become an efficient secretary.
Band l, 2, 3, Student Librarian 3.
Oh thats simple Yes its Jimmy trying to bluH his way
through chemistry class. This short, plump lad from Stockertown
likes P. D. class because he enioys arguing. He is one of the efficient
members of the Comet Business Stott. Even though he goes out for
sports, he still finds time to read. After graduation he hopes to
ioin the Navy.
Comet, Business Staff 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, Football 3,
Forum Club 3, Senior Play, Usher 3, Prom, Entertainment Committee 2,
WILLIAM EDWARD NEWAY "Neway"
Here's the "mischief maker" and one of the class comics who's
sure to be the spirit of any party. Neway displayed his dramatic
ability as Arthur Van Camp, the villain, in Through the Keyhole.
His hobbies are forgetting to do his lessons, sleeping, and chatting
with his friends. Perhaps that is why he is frequently in trouble.
Blue and White 3, Senior Play, Major 3, Band Member 2,
Basketball 2, 3. '
ERNEST ARLING NICHOLAS "Ernie"
"Well, I think"-is "Ernie's" way of giving his stanch opinion
in P. D. class. As a doodler he specializes in drawings which cover
practically all of his papers. Who was the original owner of your
biue Bambi, "Ernie"?
PEARL JUNE NOLF "Pearl"
Here's ou' modern Diana, only this Diana enioys both hunting
and fishing. This brown-eyed lassie hails from Klecknersville. She
is a Blue and White typist and also a member of the Commercial
Club. Pearl hopes to become a stenographer, but some chap may
change her plans.
Commercial Club 2, 3, Blue ond White, Typist 2, 3.
BETTY MAE OESSENICK "Oessenick"
"Wheel I made it!" lt's iust "Oessenick's" usual morning rush
to get into Room 29 before the door closes. Betty is lively, full of
fun, and has a pleasing personality. Her favorite pastimes are ice
skating and keeping in Touch with the Navy.
Valley Ball 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3f Basketball 1.
ANNA NANCY OSTROWSK! "Anna"
Anna's humorops nature is known to few, because she is
extremely quiet in school. Swish! There she speeds by in her Ford.
How about a lift? Business college is on Anna's mind for the future.
The typewriter is fanother of her treasures, for she has done
faithful work as typist for the Blue and White.
Blue and White, Typist 3, Volley Ball 2, Hockey 2, Baseball 1,
Commercial Club 2, 3.
CORINNE MARY OTT
DOROTHY MARIE OTTINGER "Dottie"
"Give 'em the ax! give 'em the ax!" lt's Dotty leading our team
on to victory. She takes a keen interest in cheerleading and has
proved to be an excellent head cheerleader. Her genial good
nature has won her many friends. Dotty hopes to become a private
secretary in the future.
Class, Treasurer 3, Band 1, 2, Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, Basketball
1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, Science Club 1, Commercial Club 1, 3,
Cheerleader 2, 3, Student Librarian 3.
Basketball 1, 2, 3.
CHARLES RICHARD O'LEARY "Deautchie"
Although he is one of the class dreamers, Richard seems to get
along all right. "Deautchie" would rather rack up points for the
'Y" varsity than be at home doing his school work. O'Leary has
no interest in any particular girl that we know of, but he gets a
great pleasure out of teasing all of them.
Sizzling, bubbling, and all of a sudden a terrific explosion!-
our Madame Curie is at work in the Lab. again. To "Ottie", lessons
are a lot of trouble, although she does like history and expects to
teach it in the future. Corinne is friendly to everyone, and will give
anyone a hand any time.
Comet, Associate Editor 3, Senior Play, Costume Committee
3, Blue and White 3, Hockey 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Volley Ball
1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Manager 3, Forum Club 3, Craft Club 2,
Science Club 1, 2, Prom, Decorating Committee 2, Operetta 3.
AUSTIN FLOYD PETTY
2, Basketball 7, 2, 3.
ROSE MARIE PFEIFFER "ROSS"
Another one of the pairs of senior twins, only this time it's
Rose and Agnes. Rose is another ot the girls hailing from Bath.
She takes a decided interest in basketball and is an addition
to any team. We hear she's quite interested in the Army. lt
couIdn't be her brother, could it???
Comet, Typist 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Hockey 2, Volley
Ball l, 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, Commercial Club 2, 3,
Student Librarian 3.
Tiny but tough describe Petty to a "T", His ability ot give a
speech or put up a good argument in P. D. class amazes everyone.
Outside of this, Petty just manages to keep up with his lessons.
Telling iokes is one of his pastimes, for he considers humor the ioy
Student Council 2, Band 1, Forum Club 3, Athletic Association
SOPHIE AGNES POLANSKI "Sophie"
Need a painter? Sophie's iust the one for she's always ready
and willing when there's operetta scenery to be painted. Her
motto seems to be "Don't Give Up the Ship" for, despite her vaca-
tion at the hospital, she managed to keep up with her work. Better
health and smoother sailing in the future, Sophie.
Blue and White l, Associate Editor 2, Commercial Club 3.
BETTY LORRAINE REESE "Betty"
"May l help you, please!" says Betty from behind the counter
at Murphy's Five and Ten. Always smiling, she goes busily about
her work. Saturday and Sunday nights are never lonesome for
Betty, because she is never alone. Fun is Betty's middle name and
she tries to live up to it.
Dramatic Club 2.
RACHEL RUTH REICHARD "Rachel"
Serious and diligent is this lassie from Hecktown. Rachel is one
of the "Three Musketeers," for she can usually be seen with Lillian
and "Ginny." Rachel is fond of letter writing. Uncle Sam has a
wonderful Army, how about it, Rachel?
Senior Play, Usher 3.
LEONA JUNE REMEL, "Reds"
Who's the only girl in the senior class with auburn hair? lt's
Leona. She hails trotn down Tatamy way. We often wonder what
makes "Reds" blush. Maybe it's the reflection from her hair. Most
of Leona's spare ti Ne is spent pounding on the piano. Ask her
anything about music and she knows the answer. "Reds" plans to
attend a music school after graduation.
Glee Club 2, 3,l A Cappella Choir 3, Volley Ball l, Baseball
T, 2, 3, Commercial Club 2, 3.
AGNES ESTHER RESH "Aggie"
Tall, dark, and slender is the best description for "Aggie,"
Rose's twin. She doesn't participate in many school activities, but
she is one-of Miss Botto's assistant librarians. She takes very
little interest in sports, but enioys music and dancing. She's quite a
iitterbug--so we hear!
Comet, Typist 3, Dramatic Club 3, Commercial Club 2, 3,
Student Librarian 3.
DORIS JANE RICE X "Ride"
"Come on fellows, more pep!" Sounds like "Ricie" trying to
spur the team on to-victory. She herself is quite adept at sports,
especially basketball, and never seems to miss the basket. Studying
isn't her idea of having a good time, but she does enioy dancing.
A good all-round sport and a faithful worker, "Ricie" should make
an excellent nurse.
Band 1, 2, 3, Blue and White 1, 2, 3, Science Club l, Cheer-
leader 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Volley Ball T, 2, 3, Baseball
1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, 3, Senior Play, Usher 3, Bond Concert,
Usher l, 2, Magazine Campaign 'l, 2, 3, Oratorical Contest 3.
BLAINE RAYMOND RODGERS "Rodgers"
After 3:30 every day and on Saturdays, "Rodgers" can be
found in a local grocery store saying, "May l help you, please?"
Blaine appears to be bashful at first sight, but once he becomes
acquainted, he chatters incessantly. His spare time is divided be-
tween sports and a particular freshman.
Science Club 1.
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MARY ROSKO "Mary"
Don't be surprised if Mary appears bashful, for she really is.
The blush that appears so easily is Mary's one complaint in life.
Hockey, volley ball, and Commercial Club account for much of
her spare time. Not entirely opposed to the opposite sex, Mary
is a good pal to everyone, and is sure to succeed in the commercial
Commercial Club 2, 3, Comet, Typist 3, Volley Ball 2, 3,
Baseball l, 2, Hockey 3.
WILSON CALVIN ROTH "Rothie"
Gang way, for here comes "Rothie" in his Ford. Wilson is the
LESTER ELMER ROTH "Les"
Tall, with chestnut-colored hair and brown eyes, describes
the outward appearance of Les, but whenever he gets involved in an
argument, of which he has many, his make-up changes. Then he
will stick to his views and opinions, no matter what they may be
and no matter how great the odds. Les, one of the air-minded
boys of Nazareth, works in a local grocery store and is an aviation
cadet. His ultimate goal is to be an air force pilot.
Basketball 1, Baseball 1, Radio Club 2, Comet, Personality
farmer of our class. 4-H Club and Eleanor keep him quite busy.
ln 1943 he was awarded the 4-H Club Gold Medal at the Allentown
Fair for general livestcck iudging. Someday he plans to have a
dairy farm of his own.
BETTY JUNE RULOFF "Ruloff"
Giggle! Giggle! lt's only Betty laughing again. There is
never a dull moment when "Ruloff's" around. Her natural wavy
hair is the envy of all the girls, especially in damp weather. Betty's
chief failing is a shortness of memory which frequently results in
coming to shorthand class without her pen filled or without paper.
Sailors take most of Betty's time for she is the pin-up girl of a very
special "gob." Betty enioys playing both volley and basketball.
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Blue
and White 2, 3, Student Council 1, Comet Staff, Typist 3.
BETTY MAE SANDT "Betty"
Quiet, dependable, and pleasantfthat's Betty. Out of school,
however, she is an all-round, fun-loving lassie. She has contributed
to the Comet as a personality writer. We believe Betty will look
very attractive in her white uniform.
Comet, Personality Writer 3, Glee Club 2, A Cappella
Choir 3, Operetta 3, Music Festival 2, Band 1, 2, Basketball
1, 3, Brass Choir 2, Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3.
MARIAN ELEANOR SCHISSLER "Marian"
Marian is a quiet and studious gal, who takes an interest in
horseback riding, dancing, and swimming. Her cim, to keep up
the morale of the service men, is to supply them with frequent
letters. Her particular interest is in the army.
Dramatic Club 1, 2, Baseball 1, Volley Ball l.
JOHN JOSEPH SCHLAMP "Schlampie"
Now serving in the armed forces,
Here is one of the fellows of our class who entered the Navy
during the year. Before leaving, John was one of the mainstays
of our football team and was captain of the basketball team.
Though he disliked school very much, John was one of the most
even tempered persons in the class.
Student Council 1, Basketball 1, Varsity 2, 3, Football 1,
Varsity 2, 3, Class Basketball, Coach 1, 2, 3.
VIRGINIA BUTZ SCHLEGEL "Ginny"
This chubby lass is always wearing a happy smile and is ready
to burst into giggles at any moment. "Ginny" is a member of the
"Write-a-Fighter" Club and she spends most of her time writing,
especially to Bill. We hope her ambition, to become a housewife,
will someday become a reality.
MURREL HELEN ELSIE SCHMIDT "Schmidty"
Murrel is lively on her feet and a good dancer. Rough and
tough basketball suits her. You will frequently find Murrel engaged
in swimming, skating, or horsebacking riding, because the outdoors
is her home. The State of Virginia is in "Schmidty's" eyes for the
Volley Ball l, 3, Baseball l, 2, Hockey 2, 3, Basketball 2.
Basketballl 2 3 Baseballl 2 Hockey 2, 3, Valley Ball
MILDRED ELIZABETH SEIBOLD "Mildred"
Here is one of the studious girls ofthe senior class, whose name
frequently appears on the honor roll. Mildred gives one the im-
pression that she is shy, but she is really quite a giggler. Although
she is kept busy with her school work and working at Murphy's
after school and every Saturday, she always finds time to write
to one of Uncle Sam's soldiers.
Volley Ball 7, 2, Baseball 1, Dramatics Club 2.
JEAN RUTH SERFASS "Serfass"
'Here's another of our cheerleaders. "Serfass" is fond of
sports and especially good in basketball. She is a great lover of
swimming and is an assistant Lite Guard at the park during the
summer. "Serfass," one of the class artists, did art work for the
Blue and White. Her heart throb is wearing the Navy Blue.
Dramatic Club I, Senior Play, Costume Committee 3, Blue and
White 'l, Basketball 2, 3, Captain l, Baseball l, 2, 3, Hockey,
Manager 2, 3, Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 3, .l. V.
ELEANOR MAE SEYFRIED
Eleanor hopes to make nursing her career. Her humorous
nature and interest in her work should help her in achieving her
goal. Although Tatamy is her home town, she lost her heart to a
4-H chap from Moorestown.
Craft Club l, Magazine Campaign 3.
BETTIE MAE SEYFRIED "Bettie"
Bettie is one of our quiet and studious gals. She is fond of
music and is an excellent pianist. She did her bit for the Comet as a
personality writer. Bettie finds time for other things besides writing
to that certain chap in the Navy.
Magazine Campaign 2, 3, Comet Staff, Personality Writer
3, Baseball 3.
PHYLLIS EDITH MAE SHAFER "Phyllis"
Phyllis is one of our quiet girls, in fact, she's so quiet that we
are notalways aware of her presence. Despite her quietness, she
is an efficient clerk at Murphy's. Phyllis enioys dancing very much.
After graduating she intends to go to business collage.
CLAIRE STOUDT SHANKWEILER "Claire"
Although Claire is quiet as a mouse in class and always busy
in study hall, she lets loose after school and in the gym. Claire takes
little part in school activities but she does take pride in her work.
Her favorite pastimes are dancing and the movies, but her heart
skips a beat when Stockertown is mentioned.
Volley Ball 2, 3, Baseball 2, Commercial Club 2, 3.
Hockey 7, Baseball2 BasketbalI2 Volley Ball2 Glee Clubl
ANNA SARA SHOOK "Anna"
Anna, one of our singing triplets, is tall and dark. She seems
rather quiet, but she saves her energy for the A Cappella Choir
and the Glee Club. In last year's Music Festival, she was one of the
trio, and in the Operetta she played Mrs. O'Neal. She tells us
she's fond of swimming and dancing. Although Anna is a commercial
HlLDA LILLIAN SHOOK "Hilda"
Yes, Hilda is the third member of the singing trio that did ex-
cellent solo work in last year's Music Festival. Music proves to be
one of her chief interests, and she is a member of the A Cappella
Choir. Don't let her quietness fool you, for she is quite a card
once she's started.
A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Operetta 1,
Moior 3, Music Festival 2.
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Operetta 1,
Maior 3, Musical Festival 2.
student, she wants to be a hairdresser after graduation.
KENNETH NAVARRON SMITH, JR. "Herbie"
If you can't find him, try either the "Y" or the Army and Navy
store where he works. "Herbie" plays basketball for the "Y"
Junior Varsity and has done a good iob despite his size. Swimming
and football, two of his favorite sports, occupy his leisure time.
"Women can wait" is his motto, and he seems to be living up to it.
Senior Play, Usher 3, Football, Asst. Mgr. 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3,
Track 1, Forum Club 3.
WARREN LEE SMITH "Smitty"
Two minutes before the buzzer! One minute before the buzzer!
Will he be late? No, here he comes sauntering in iust as the buzzer
sounds. Warren has a technique of bluffing all his own, especially
in physics class. Bowling and tennis are two of his favorite activities.
His main interest has been the Forum Club, in which he usually argues
for the minority.
Student Council 1, 2, Class, President 1, 2, Treasurer 1, Comet,
Athletic Editor 3, Senior Play, Stage Committee 3, Oratorical
Contest 2, Athletic Association, President, 3, Forum Club 1, 2,
WILLARD EARL SMITH "Willard"
Zingo! Did you see that? The tall center of our basketball
team iust scored two more points. As a member of the varsity
basketball and football teams, Willard has proved that he's a
competent leader as well as an all-round athlete. He takes quite
an interest in school, especially chemistry and a certain cheerleader.
Track, Varsity l, Basketball T, Varsity 2, 3, Football, Varsity
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MILDRED EVELINE STOUDT "Stoudte" ' L Y C
"Stoudte" is especially peppy on the gym floor and very V K
active in sports wherein she finds her greatest pleasure. However, x i i, vi ' 'Q
she always finds time to answer Richard's letters. Mildred, a V ,GV "',i Q11 X "' 1
commercial student, has already put some of her training into H l"s . fn
practice clerking at Murphy's Five and Ten. i k istif '
Volley Ball l, 2, Basketball T, 2, Baseball 1, 2, Dra'natic In K, 'kkkr ,kki,.: z k.,f K A'
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ARMOND VICTOR TAVIANI "Tavy"
If you hear a teacher say, "All right, l'll see you at 3:3O," you
know "Tavy" is in trouble again. How he gets in so much trouble,
no one knows. He is president of the radio club which is one of his
main interests. "Tavy" is an ardent airplane fan and is a loyal
member of the C. A. P.
Comet, Personality Writer 3, Glee Club l, 2, 3, Treasurer,
Class l, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Operetta T, 3, Radio Club,
President 3, Craft Club 2.
AUDREY ALICE TAYLOR "Taylor"
At first glance Audrey seems rather quiet, but looks are de-
ceiving, for she can usually find something to chatter about. "Taylor"
participated in hockey, volley ball, basketball, besides A Cappella
Choir and Glee Club. ln her spare time she reads, writes letters,
and works at Woolworth's at Easton. Her future ambition is to be
an office worker.
Glee Club 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 3, Operetta 3, Music
Festival 2, Volley Ball T, 2, 3, Hockey 2, Basketball 3, Baseball
l, 2, 3.
DORIS MAE TEEL "Doris"
Doris is one of the more quiet members of the class. She not
only plays ,the clarinet in the school band, but is also a member
of Earl Held's All-Girl Band. Her interest centers in her commercial
subiects, although she always has time to help a friend in need.
Band l, 2, 3.
NEVIN RICHARD TRACH "Nevie"
Now serving in the armed forces.
Meet one of our fighting "Leathernecks". Nevin was drafted
soon after school started. He's greatly missed by his fellow students
because of his "laugh and be merry" spirit. Nevin likes the Marines
very much and we wish him the best of luck in his chosen career.
LOIS AILEENE TRINE "Tiny"
Giggle! Giggle! Tiny and her giggles add life to any party.
Her iolly disposition has gained her many friends. Tiny's chubbiness
frequently makes gym exercises a bit difficult. She takes an in-
terest in school work and served as an efficient typist for the Comet.
Blue and White, Typist 2, Comet, Typist 3, Basketball 3,
Baseball if Senior Play, Costume Committee 3, Magazine Campaign l.
JOHN GEORGE VASH "John"
John's one bugaboo in life is lessons, he declares there's
just no time to do them. We wonder whether his interest in hunting
and other outdoor sports has something to do with this. The marines
must hold a special attraction for John, for he expects to become
one very soon.
DORIS MAE WALTERS "Doris"
Doris is the class chatterbox. Whenever there is laughter
going on, Doris is in the midst of it. If you ever want to find Doris,
iust look for Jessie, for they're great pals. No doubt her heart
throb from Stockertown likes her cheery smile.
Dramatic Club i, 2, Blue and White 1, Basketball, Captain
3, Hockey 2, 3, Operetta Usher 3, Volley Ball i, 2, 3, Baseball l.
LORRAINE MAE VlVlAN "Vivian"
"Shoot! Vivian, shoot!" yell the girls and boys in the gym when
this slight senior is playing basketball. What about the '43 class
ring you're wearing? Could it belong to someone from Cherry
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball i, Captain 2, 3, Valley Bal' 1,
Captain 2, 3, Student Librarian 3, Blue and White, Typist l, 2, 3,
Band i, 2, 3, Dramatic Club l.
ELWOOD FRANKLIN WARNER "Elwood"
Tall, dark, and handsome, Elwood tinds that his troubles with
girls are iust as burdensome as are his lessons. Shall we ask
"Bratts" about that?? Not only is Elwood interested in football,
but he can also hold his own when it comes to swimming and
ELIZABETH MAE WARTMAN "Bratts"
"Oh, yes, haven't you heard?" lt's only "Bratts" dispersing
information on her daily round ot collecting absentee slips. "Bratts"
demonstrated her acting and singing ability as the French maid in
Through the Keyhole. Besides being a capable and well-liked
leader, she did solo work in last year's Music Festival and this
year's operetta. She has always enioyed school, maybe because
of someone in room 17.
Student Council, Secretary and Treasurer 3, Class, Vice
President i, Senior Play, Major 3, Dramatic Club i, 2, 3, Blue and
White l, Glee Club T, 2, President 3, A Cappella Choir T, 2, 3,
Operetta, Major i, 3, Music Festival 2, Hockey, Captain i, Forum
Club 1, Secretary 2, Prom, Decorating Committee 2, Magazine
Campaign, Assistant Manager 2.
Football 2, Basketball Varsity 3 Radio Club 2
PAUL CLAYTON WELTY "Paul"
Meet "George," the handsome young man in Through the
Keyhole. Paul is one of our more studious chaps. Besides his school
work, he delivers potato chips for the Easton Potato Chip Company
after school each day. Even though the girls consider him an
A-i pest, all the girls enioy his teasing.
Senior Play, Minor 3, Bancl l, 2, 3, Magazine Campaign 3.
SHIRLEY MAE WERKHEISER "Bibs"
Shirley is tall with dark brown hair, brown eyes, and a pleasing
SHIRLEY MAE WEISS "Shirley"
Shirley, who enioys the lighter side of life, takes a keen interest
in music and is a clarinet player in our high school band. Her
romantic interests lie outside of school, and for this reason she can
be seen quite often with a certain blond from East Lawn.
Blue and White, Typist 2, Band l, 2, 3.
MABEL EVELYN WERKHEISER "Mabel"
Here's Mabel, the Comet Art Editor. Mabel is also one of
Nazareth High's snappy J. V. cheerleaders. This neat and charming
little miss, besides being ci good student, is very active on the gym
floor. Mabel's favorite pastimes are dancing, swimming, and skating .
Comet, Art Editor 3, Blue and White l, Basketball 7, 2, 3,
Volley Ball l, 2, 3, Baseball l, 2, 3, J. V. Cheerleader 3, Student
Librarian 2, 3.
smile-all of which adds to the attractiveness of this happy-go-
lucky gal. Although she comes from Belfast, "Bibs" attends all
school activities. Most of her spare time is spent writing letters to
the boys in blue and khaki. Her friendly personality has made
Shirley a friend to all.
Blue and White, Typist 2, Volley Ball 2, Commercial Club l,
Comet, Poet 3.
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GLADYS ELIZABETH WERNER "The Little One"
"The Little One" has blonde hair, blue eyes, and a cheery
smile for everyone. She is fond of sports and participated in volley
ball, basketball, baseball, and hockey. A Co-Editor of the
Blue and White Standard, she has helped to make it a success.
Gladys' particular interest is in the army.
Comet, Personality Writer 3, Blue and White 'l, 2, Co-Editor 3,
Glee Club 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 3, Music Festival 2, Operetta
3, Volley Ball l, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Hockey 3, Baseball
i, 2, Dramatics Club 1, Commercial Club 1, Student Librarian 3,
Prom, Decorating Committee 2.
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BARBARA ELIZABETH WILKEN "Wilkens"
"Wilkens" is our tall, quiet, and serious senior. She goes out
for sports, enioys ice skating and hiking, but iust can't seem to con-
centrate on a book. Barbara hopes some day to be a kinder-
garten teacher, unless she manages to get into the Women Marines
Operetta, Usher 3, Hockey l, 2, Basketball l, 2, 3, Volley
Ball T, 2, Captain 3, Baseball 7, 2, Craft Club l.
JEAN LOUISE WUNDERLY "Wunderly"
Sauntering down the hall in her own special way comes
ELIZABETH GERTRUDE WORMAN Betty
Tcll, well-groomed, and quite talkative is "Betty". She's an
excellent basketball guard and an all-round good sport. Betty's
very fond of dancing and of driving that car of hers around. Her
policies are Ride At Your Own Risk and Look Out, l'm Coming.
Next time you see her driving, be careful.
Student Council, Vice President 3, Blue and White, Asst.
Business Manager 2, 3, Senior Play, Usher 3, Glee Club 1, Operetta,
Usher 3, Basketball 'l, 2, 3, Baseball 'l, 2, 3, Volley Ball 2, 3,
Captain 1, Prom, Refreshment Committee 2, Student Librarian 2, 3.
"Wunderly," our shrewd but keyhole peeking Grandma of the
senior play. Jean is active in the band, A Cappella Choir, Glee
Club, all sports, and was also a personality writer tor the Comet.
By the way, Jean, isn't the football captain handsome?
Student Council 2, Comet, Personality Writer 3, Senior Play,
Major 3, Prom, Decorating Committee 2, Glee Club 2, 3, A Cappella
Choir 3, Operetta 3, Music Festival 2, Band l, 2, 3, Basketball
3, Captain l, 2, Hockey, Captain 'l, 2, 3, Volley Ball 1, 2, Baseball
l, 2, 3, Craft Club 1.
HENRY MICHAEL WYJHOSKIE "Whizz"
"Then I get caught in the door and guess what?" "Whizz"
is iust telling another fish tale. Relating yarns seems to be "Whizz's"
hobby, although he also likes dancing and is quite friendly with all
the girls. He doesn't have very much time for extra curricular
activities, because every afternoon at 4:00 he works l?l at the
A. and P. ln the future he plans to be one of Uncle Sam's yeomen.
RICHARD THOMAS YEISLEY "Bucky"
"Ha, ha." lt's the class clown performing again. As a charg-
ing tackle on the football team, "Bucky" helped push the team on to
victory many a time. Lessons are iust a burden for him, since he'd
rather be with Neway or teasing some girls. "Bucky" is also an
excellent dancer and an cll-round good sport.
Student Council 2, Secretory and Treasurer l, Class, President
l, 2, Basketball l, 2, 3, Football, Varsity 3, Baseball T.
SUSAN ALICE YOUNG
Blue and White 2, Glee Club 1, A Cappella Choir 1, Band 2,
Basketball l, 2, Prom, Decorating Committee 2.
Meet one of the Music Editors of the Comet. Susan is a hard
worker when it comes to lessons and extra activities including the
Blue and White. She is usually quiet when around strangers. Odd
as it may seem for one so quiet, she is fascinated bylaw and hopes
to become a lawyer.
Student Council l, Comet, Music Editor 3, Senior Play, Business
3, Blue and White 2, Circulation Manager 3, Glee Club 2, 3,
A Cappella Choir 3, Operetta, Usher 3, Volley Ball 2, 3.
Senior Class Officers
President .... ...... ...... .l o hn Landon
Vice President. . . . . .Joseph Heiney
Secretary ..... .... R uby Hough
Treasurer .......... .... S helton Keller
Asst. Sec. and Treas. . . . .... Betty Gold
Student Council. . . . . . . .Stanley Hahn
President ........ .
Vice President. . .
Treasurer. . .... . .
Asst. Sec. and Treas,
Student Council ....
. . . . . . .Virginia Lehr
. . .Samuel Henry
. . . .Juanita LeVan
. . . Dorothy Ottinger
. . . . . .Stanley Hahn
. . . . . Betty Wartmon
Hop on, everybody! Let's travel with the Comet into the future and see what the
members of this year's class are doing.
F My, how Nazareth has grown! We'd better go slowly or we'll lose our way.
Ellis Frable has become a teacher of civics in our own Nazareth High School. All of
his pupils admire his earnestness.
Barbara Wilken conducts a kindergarten and is frequently helped out by Gladys
Werner and Shirley Werkheiser.
Eleanor Becker and Helen Franczak have hired a gymnasium. They hold classes
in which they teach young ladies the importance of physical fitness.
Down the street a little way in a double house live Betty Hahn and Violet Hahn.
Betty's mail is always being delivered to Violet. lErnest Nicholas and Kenny Miltenberger
are the mail carriers. That explains it.l
Mildred Keefer, Claire Hayne, and Gladys Lahr are happily married. Gladys Cum-
berland and Rachel Reichard are-unhappily-married.
Domenick Ferrara, Robert Creamer, Blaine Rodgers, Frank Betz and Elwood Warner
have organized a "Treat Your Husbands Better, Ladies' Club." lts success is evident in
the fewer black eyes the husbands have.
A very select group patronizes Two-Gun Tess' Tea House, owned and operated
by Marian Schissler, Murrel Schmidt, and Mildred Siebold. Look! There's Paul Welty
iust finishing his afternoon snack. He's going over to pay the cashier, Doris Teel.
Barbara Muscler and Betty Ruloff own a flower shop. They have revolutionized
the business, selling orchids for fifty cents a dozen.
The Jolly 5 and lO down at the corner had recently elected a new president, Robert
Fulmer. Dominic Daniele is treasurer, in charge of the liquid assets, and Lillian Mackes is
head floor walker.
Pauline Hordendorf is giving curls to all via her Polly's Peachy Pixie Shoppe,and next
door William Neway operates a large furniture store. He specializes in Lounge-a-While
Journeying eastward we meet James Neumeyer, mayor of the metropolis of Stocker-
town. His assistant is John Vash. Vernon Happel has been honored by having been
appointed chief dog catcher.
Class Prophecy fContinuedJ
Betty Sandt and Audrey Taylor have opened a large kiddy-car manufacturing com-
pany with Virginia Schlegel as their number one saleslady.
Out in the country Evelyn Miller and Betty Houck live together in an old deserted
house. Every once in a while a "tee-hee" can be heard. Could it be ghosts?
Joe Heiney has a snake farm in the mountains. The snakes are rapidly increasing
in number, and Mr. Heiney is instituting drastic changes in their diet.
Now for a quick trip to New Haven, to old Yale University. Looking through the win-
dows of the social science building, we see Corinne Ott lDr. Ottl strutting around the class-
room, lecturing fervently on social problems.
Over in the science building Prof. A. H. Gaumer is conducting a research involving
monkeys and humans for the advancement of biology. His assistant, Austin Petty, is develop-
ing a new formula to cause greater growth. V
Let's run over to New York. Stephen Keppel is making quite a name for himself at
West Point where John Dorozowski is coach of the winning Army team.
Down in the city, Bettie Seyfried and Leona Remel are teaching their protege, Kenny
Smith, the fundamentals of Bach, Beethoven, and Boo-Boo Boogie.
A large stenographic agency employs quite a few of our graduates-Pearl Nolf,
Anna Ostrowski, Mary Rosko, Dorothy Ottinger, Agnes Resh, Phyllis Shafer, Shirley Weiss,
Claire Shankweiler, and Lorraine Vivian. Immediately across the hall from their offices
are the art studios of Mabel Werkheiser. Her model is Edith Beers.
Samuel Henry, the great mechanical engineer of his day, has at last fulfilled a child-
hood dream. He has built a bridge across the Atlantic! His Man Friday is Harvey Heckman.
Of all people! There is Richard O'Leary. Pardon usgwe mean the Right Hon.
Mr. C. Richard O'Leary. One never knows what to expect nowadays.
New York City is really ultramodern. Up in the clouds on the 280th floor of the new
Empire State Building we find Betty Wartman and Constance Bartholomew. Betty has
established a research laboratory and Constance is senior executive of her own super-
exclusive advertising agency. ln their spare time they present concerts.
At the Metropolitan, Virginia Lehr is singing Gilda in "Rigoletto." Eleanor Knecht is
her wardrobe designer and Mildred Stoudt is official curtain puller.
Guess we've seen enough in New York so we'll turn the Comet southward. Congress-
woman Sophie Polanski has used her influence to establish a complete clinic. The adminis-
trative officer is Stanley Hahn, while Marian Alich is the supervisor. Dr. .lean Wunderly
has charge of the maternity ward and all the babies are cared for by Betty Gold. Betty
Class Prophecy C Continuedj
Reese heads the children's ward, Jean Serfass cares for the adults, and the osteopathic
ward is in charge of Betty Oessenick. Frequently charity balls are organized by Betty
Worman, wife of a well-known politician.
Juanitia LeVan and Doris Walters, who left for our capital in l944, are still happily
working with the F. B. l.
John Landon has recently been appointed Attorney-General. Could the president
still be Roosevelt ? ? ?
Ruby Hough and her famous athlete husband, Willard Smith, are starting on a tour
of the world's capitals. Arlene Miller and Pearl Butz take down all his speeches in short-
Warren Smith is now lecturing in Richmond and in his spare time runs an undertaking
service. He has made his fortune writing stories centering around "Uncle Watson." His
efficient secretary is Jacqueline Bealer.
Victoria Marsh is a teacher of commercial studies at the Round Tower High School.
lt seems that Mariorie Griffin has traded her name for that of a rich tobacco and
cotton magnate. She is now sitting in the garden of their expansive plantation, surrounded
by little blondes.
Robert Krieger, aside from his owning a large business concern, has taken to writ-
ing short verses about moonlight, roses, and the girls he left behind.
Robert Hertzog, Wilson Roth, Robert Berger, and Donald Hocking are partners in the
Moo-Moo Milk Company Incorporated. However, Eleanor Seyfried really runs the bus-
Frank Marositz and Charles Marth groom the famous Kentucky Derby horses.
Down in Florida we discover that Susan Young has become a lawyer, specializing
in quick divorces. She has iust had two cases-one involving Henry Wyihoskie and his
third wife and the other between Admiral and Mrs. Davy Jones. She was the former
Russell Lerch lives in Texas. He is head of the game preserves of the 48 states. His
hobby was profitable indeed!
Flash! Wilson Buck has won the chess championship of Earth and Mars!
LaRue Bath and Hilda and Anna Shook are the tune crooners of the generation. The
orchestra which accompanies them is led by Maestro Richard Yeisley.
Class Prophecy CContinuedJ
Out in Hollywood Mariorie Long and Rose Pfeiffer are script girls at the same studio
where Georgene Cowling is a leading lady.
Bettie Kern is the model for the make-up artists who have selected her "Miss Face-
Up om" of we.
Oops! . there go Roy Buralli and Ray Bartholomew. They're traveling around the
country in their 200 m. p. h. Fordmobile.
Shelton Keller is the best first baseman the Cardinals have ever had. He catches
everything. Even fights with his wife. You remember, she graduated in '45.
Armond Taviani and Lester Roth are aviators. They recently flew around the world
in two hours.
Guess we'll have to be turning homeward. We've covered a lot of territory. See
you again in the future.
CITIZENS OF TOMORROW
Bachelor of Arts ........
Bachelor of Agriculture ....
Bachelor of Laws ......
Bachelor of Science ....
Chemical Engineer .......
Certified Public Accountant ....
District Attorney ..........
Doctor of Literature ....
Doctor of Music ....
Electrical Engineer. . .
Her Royal Highness ....
Knight of Columbus ....
Knight of the Garter .....
. Mabel Werkheiser
. .Wilson Roth
. . . Warren Smith
. . . .Marian Alich
. Susan Young
. Robert Berger
. . . William Neway
We, the class of I944, being of insane mind and unsound body, draw up our last
will and testament. In doing this great service, we leave our most precious possessions
with our school associates whom we so sorrowfully leave behind.
I, Marian Alich, bequeath my bottle of Jergen's to Richard Keppel. lt's for softer
I, Constance Bartholomew, bequeath my bowling scores to Jack Kennedy. You
start by sitting down.
I, Ray Bartholomew, bequeath my bulk to Don Wilkinson. That means decrease.
I, Edith Beers, bequeath my hair to Jean Gold. lt's yours to comb, Jean.
I, Robert Berger, bequeath my-5 l'd better keep it. Sorry, iuniors.
I, Wilson Buck, bequeath my chess playing abilities to Donald Burley. The pawns
move only forward, Burley.
I, Domenick Ferraro, bequeath my exquisite African "golfers" to Harold Frable. Fore!
I, Ellis Frable, bequeath my love of hard work to Ray Smith. Don't let it kill you, Smitty.
I, Robert Fulmer, bequeath my car to Emery Engler. Hope it's big enough for the gang.
I, Albert Gaumer, bequeath my ambitious stride to Billy Hoskins. May you get there
I, Mariorie Griffin, bequeath my hard-to-get hair curlers to Francis Flick. You'll
love curly black hair, Flicky!
I, Betty Gold, bequeath my pugnacious tendencies to Betty Karch. More spunk to you.
I, Joseph Heiney, give my snake charming abilities to Mr. J. Frederic Knecht. More
discussion material, Mr. Knecht.
I, Samuel Henry, bequeath my mathematical mind to Shirley Sundberg. Maybe you'll
be able to pass chemistry, Sunny.
I, Betty Houck, bequeath my giggle to Verna Rohrbach. Smile, Verna, smile.
I, Shelton Keller, bequeath my ability in baseball playing to the future teams. Play ball!
I, John Landon, bequeath my love of speaking to Jennie Engler. Speak up, Jennie,
even if you aren't right. John does, too.
I, Virginia Lehr, bequeath my faithfulness to Shirley Fortuin. Don't get bored, Shirley.
I, James Neumeyer, give my love of an argument to Vincent Paukowitch. Grrrrrl
I, Rose Pfeiffer, bequeath my voice to Lester Scott. Meekness is a virtue.
I, Robert Krieger, bequeath my shyness to Forrest Noll. On him it looks nice.
I, Leona Remel, bequeath my auburn hair to Gordon Arnold. Curly red hair looks nice.
I, Agnes Resh, bequeath my extra lipstick to Donald Rader. Sunrise on the mouth.
I, Doris Rice, bequeath my cheerleading ability to William Kessler. Give him the axe,
General! Guess who? 3 ?
I, William Neway, bequeath my wolfing technique to William Schultz, Arf! Arf!
I, Kenny Miltenberget, bequeath MY technique to any guy who needs one. Yes. Yes.
I, Richard O'Leary, bequeath my yellow-stained hands to Mr. Wunderly. Where
there's smoke, there's tire.
I, Corinne Ott, bequeath my short hair to Eunice Rudge. Cooler days before you, Rudgie.
I, Austin Petty, give my size to James Day. You'Il be closer to earth, Jim.
I, Lester Roth, bequeath my helpful suggestions in English class to Mark Parseghian.
Miss Sloat will appreciate this.
I, Blaine Rodgers, give my affection to John Petraglia. It's really wonderful.
I, Phyllis Shafer, bequeath my quietness to Jackie Andrews. No more hee haws.
I, Bettie Seyfried, bequeath all future engagement rings to members of the feminine
sex. Put in your bids, feillas.
I, Warren Smith, bequeath my teasing ability to G. Franklin Starner. Faculty on guard.
I, Armond Taviani, give my monkeyshines to Floyd Schlegel. Poor Floyd.l
Lois Trine, bequeath my gift of gab to Frank Alich. Citizenship: minus.
Doris Walters, bequeath my hair styles to Frieda Sandt. That's a nice upsweep, Doris.
I, Elizabeth Wartman, bequeath my boisterousness to Jane Bunn. Dignity must descend.
Class Legacy fContinuedJ
I, Paul Welty, bequeath my "potato chip concession" to Dotty Jane Swavely. 36 to a
pound, Dotty lnot including salt.l
I, Betty Worman, give the Marines back to Uncle Sam. Now we can win the war.
I, Jean Wunderly, bequeath my cockiness to Thomas Jones. Eureka! Now you've
I, Henry Wyihoskie, bequeath my flashy clothes to Robert Smith. Then you'll shine
even in the dark.
I, Richard Yeisley, bequeath my wonderful laugh to anyone foolish enough to want it.
I, LaRue Bath, bequeath my silk stockings to Frieda Sandt. Socks aren't sophisticated.
I, Jacqueline Bealer, give my personality to Fred Hooper. Hip, hip, hooray!
I, Georgene Cowling, bequeath my sneezes to anybody but Miss Sloat. lUnless the
building is soundproofedl
I, Robert Craemer, bequeath my excuse making abilities to Elton Blake. Sputter no more.
I, John Dorozowski, bequeath my checked trousers to Hunter Frey. Start swimming!
I, Harvey Heckman, bequeath my plaid shirts to Donald Markle. They look splashy.
I, Ruby Hough, bequeath my shorthand ability to Irene Phillips.
I, Vernon Happel, bequeath my line l"Say,honest"l to the bashful buddies of '45 if any.
I, Roy Buralli, bequeath my great driving ability to Jabby Williams. Take the wheel.
I, Stephen Keppel, bequeath my flashy bow ties to all the girls. "Beau" ties!
I, Bettie Kern, bequeath my ability to sell bonds and stamps to next year's sellers.
I, Russell Lerch, bequeath my love of nature to Jean Yeisley. Chirp, Chirp.
I, Juanitia LeVan, bequeath my fickleness to those who are tired of faithfulness. Variety
is the spice of life.
I, Mariorie Long, bequeath my neatness to Ruth Leiby. Trimness counts.
I, Dorothy Ottinger, bequeath my checkered skirt to anyone with checkers. Your Move!
I, John Schlamp, bequeath my blue eyes to dark eyed Romeos. Clark Gable, beware!
I, Jean Serfass, bequeath my brand new glasses to Frankie Kondikoff. The fog lifts.
I, Pearl Nolf, bequeath my understanding to John Ziegler. Peace be with the teachers.
Willard Smith, bequeath my stature to Walter Solt. Baskets come even easier then.
John Vash, bequeath my love of trouble to Donald Markle. Only bus at 3:30.
I, Elwood Warner, bequeath my motorcycle to boys interested in the complicated mass.
I, Shirley Weiss, bequeath my clarinet to Mr. Weinhofer's collection of instruments.
I, Gladys Werner, bequeath my typing ability to typists of '45'sComet. No errors,please.
I, Elizabeth Wilken, bequeath my patience to Teddy Brobst. Fidgeting days are over.
I, Susan Young, bequeath my executive talents to Richard Hawk. Don't forget the
pitcher of water.
I, Donald Hocking, bequeath my nickname to Basil Thompson. Grunt, grunt!
I, Eleanor Knecht, bequeath my seriousness to Kathleen Shotwell. From the ridiculous
to the sublime.
I,Murrel Schmidt, bequeath my power to Marion Gaumer. Atlas and Hercules had it too.
I, Helen Franczak, bequeath my cooperativeness to Naomi Koch. We mean everybody
I, Victoria Marsh, bequeath my ability to write poetry to Katherine Gum. The Blue
and White needs it.
I, Charles Marth, bequeath my Wise Crackers to Lorraine Florey.
These, our contributions to the welfare of future classes of our Alma Mater, are given
with the utmost regard to personal needs and well-being.
P. S.-Jokes are iokes, so don't be mad. Marjorie Griffin
If you've been mentioned, don't be sad. Corinne Ott
It's all in fun-come on and smile Albert Gaumer
And say you knew it all the while.
First Row: Bucchi, Fassman, Butz, Deutsch, Hahn, Berger, Engler, Bittenbender, Harhart, Beck, Buzzard Fntchman,
Hahn, Alfemose, Gum.
Second Row: Frable, Achenbach, Erwin, Colver, Feldman, Gaumer, Heimer, Brobst, Fortuin, Bunn, Bachman,
Altemose, Freestone, Barrall, Altemose, Boyhont, Alich, Flory, Frey.
Third Row: Dech, Bucchi, Fehnel, Flick, Engler, Bensing, Day, Frable, Heller, Brinker, Detwiler, Chapman Hahn
President ...... .
Vice President. . . . .
Treasurer. . . . .
Asst. Secretary and Treasurer ..... . .........
Student Council ............ . . . Francis Flick
. . . . . .Jane Bunn
. . . .Ethel Lauer
. .Mae Bachman
and Louise Way
Firsf Row: Parseghian, Magdifch, Martino, Rohrbach, M. Rohn, A. Miller, Lauer, Koch, Kenyon, Phillips, Leh,
Hoffmeisfer, Neel, Karch, E. Keppel, Miksch.
Second Row: Kessler, R. Keppel, Kondikoff, Rissmiller, Noll, Kresge, Papa, Newharl, G. Rohn, Jacobs, Kraemer,
N Mann, Lahr, Kreidler, Kimminour, Meyers, Hess, Payonk, Kromer, Messinger, Marlin.
- Third Row: Jones, Herd, Knechf, Kemmerer, Koehler, Rice, Kennedy, Huber, Rader, Paukowitch, Millheim,
i Hoskins, Mendola, R. Miller.
Presidenl .......................... . . . Donald Scheffler
Vice Presidenf .... .... F orresl Noll
Treasurer .... . . .Verna Rohrbach
Secretary ................ .... L ouise Way
Assl. Secrefary and Treasurer ................ Charles Skrapils
l Sfudenf Council .............. Pele Sevi and Shirley Fritchmon
First Row: Rupert, Sprague, Wessner, Schleicher, Way, D. Schlegel, Swavely, E. Siegfried, Suter, Tanzos, Stem,
D. Seyfried, C. Seyfried.
Second Row: Mrs. Metz, A. Smith, Saylor, Todora, Sandt, Schramm, Sundberg, Siegel, Roth, R. Smith, Schortz,
YeisIey,Yavorski, Strunk, Romberger, Schaeneberger, Shotwell, Schaffer, Thomas, Uhler, W. Smith, V. Siegfried
Third Row: Ruth, Skropits, G. Seyfried, F. Schlegel, Searles, Sevi, Starner, R. Smith, Wilkinson, Scheffler, Umstead,
Setzer, R. Smith, Thompson, Schultz.
Class Flower-White Carnation
Class Colors-Green and White
Class Motto-Let us build firmly for the future.
First Row: Cowling, B. Eckert, Bonney, Christman, Clewell, Carlo, Flory, Brody, Brown, Arndt, Follweiler, P. Barrall.
Second Row: Ferraro, Fickert, Buss, Baian, Danforth, P. Eckert, Flick, Detwiler, Edelman, Ambrose, P. Fenstermaker,
Eyer, Anschau, Bcrtron.
Third Row: Barlieb, Fehnel, H, Arnold, Flegler, Altemose, Q. Fenstermaker, Florey, Butts, G. Arnold, R. Barrall,
Fehr, Cerrone, K. Frey, L. Eckert.
Vice President .
Asst. Secretary. . .
. Elaine Woodring
. . .George Way
. . .Arlene Kahler
Student Council . .
. . .Alice Rohrbach
and Fred Hooper
Firsl Row: Gammer, Leh, lnhoff, Gold, Hunt, D. Houck, Leiby, Kleppinger, J. Kahler, Kern, Houser E Lieberman
Second Row: R. Hawk, A. Kohler, M. Hahn, Lokey, Heiney, N. Hawk, P. Kralzer, Janny, Klusko, Herd Horvalh
Third Row: Gower, Knechel, Julius, R. Kralzer, K. Lieberman, Geiling, J. Houck, Hooper, Lambert Kramer
Jondrositz, Gerenser, Ka rlowich.
Presidenl ........ . ...... . . ........
Vice Presidem' .... . .
Assi. Secretary and Treasurer ................
Sludenl Council. .......... Carl Kroemer and El
. Donold Markle
. . LaRue Arndt
Firsl Row: E, Meyers, C. Meyers, Reph, Repsher, Marakovifz, Nagel, Roth, Morris, Mackes, Riifer, Remel, Rohrbach
Second Row: Miksch, Remaley, Paul, Miller, Perna, Rolzell, Manning, Muih, Markle, Pefraglia, D. Pritchard,
Third Row: Meixell, Parenti, J. Nemith, Pierzga, Maurek, Miklos, Osferslock, Roth, Paukovitz, Rupert, R. Nemith,
Class Flower-Yellow Rose
Class Colors-Green and Gold
Class Molto-Whatever is worth doing at all is worfh doing well.
First Row: Woodring, Wimmer, J. Schaffer, A. Weaver, Tamandl, Sfelfzman, D. Shafer, Teklits, Temos, Ashen-
falder, Johnson, Yeakel, M. Smith, W. Weaver.
Second Row: Solf, Soffera, W. Smith, F. Taylor, Wunderly, Schorfz, Weizel, Wagner, Uhler, Weiss, Vifez
Trach, E. Steward, E. Taylor, Miss Long, Tokarzk.
Third Row: Soarock, R. Thompson, G. Sfewart, T. Shafer, Siegfried, W. Smith, G Wagner, Scott, K. Smith, Way,
Sours, Ziegler, Warner, Tonay.
First Row: Hahn, Bunn, Worman, Landon, Krieger, Markle, Wartman, Fritchman.
Second Row: Way, Lehr, Wunderly, Miss Nicholas, Woodring, Rohrbach.
Third Row: Scheffler, Kraemer, Flick, Hooper, Sevi.
The Student Council, which represents the student body of Nazareth Senior High School
consists of nine members-a boy and girl elected from each class and the three class
presidents. Miss Florence L. Nicholas is the adviser.
The Student Council, by selling refreshments at football and basketball games and
holding auctions, was able to sponsor three enioyable parties-Thanksgiving, Valentine,
and Leap Year. Among the Council activities are a lost and found department, a college
catalogue library, and a committee to report on the condition of the building. Besides this,
two members each semester helped in the selection of assembly programs.
FIRST SEMESTER MEMBERS SECOND SEMESTER MEMBERS
President-John Landon President-Robert Krieger
Vice President-Betty Worman Vice PresidentfDonald Markle
Secretary and Treasurer-.lane Bunn Secretary and Treasurer-Shirley Fritchman
Asst. Secretary and Treasurer-Stanley Hahn Asst. Secretary and TreasurerADonaId Scheffler
Other Members-Francis Flick, Louise Way, Alice Other Members-Virginia Lehr Betty Wartman
Rohrbach, Pauline Wunderly, Fred Hooper Pete Sevi, Carl Kraemer, Elaine Woodring
First Row: Thompson, Bartholomew, Lehr, Smith, Marsh, Ott, Parseghian.
Second Row: Sevi, Serfass, Mr. Cump, Mr. Leh, Miss Nicholas, Sandt, Mrs. Bossert.
Much credit for the success of sports is given to the Athletic Council. Mr. Cump, with
the assistance of council members, has charge of selling tickets.
President-Warren Smith Secretary-Virginia Lehr
Vice President-Mark Parseghian Treasurer-Constance Bartholomew
Assistant Secretary and Treasurer-Austin Petty
Miss Nicholas-Principal Mr. Lehc-Coach
Mr. CumpfFaculty Manager Mr. Christman-Assistant Coach
Mrs. Bossert--Girls' Coach Mr. Bartolet-Former Track Coach now in service
Football Manager-Pete Sevi Girls' Hockey ManagerqJean Serfass
Boys' Basketball Manager-Basil Thompson Girls' Volley Ball Manager-Victoria Marsh
Girls' Basketball Manager--Corinne Ott Girls' Baseball Manager-Frieda Sandt
First Row: Kern, Wunderly, Cowling, Wartman.
Second Row: Heiney, Landon, Neway, Welty
"No one's assisted me since lwas three and that's sixty-eight years ago. What's
more, no one's going to assist me until I'm put in my grave, and if I'm as spry then as I am
now l'll get in by myself." lt's iust Grandma Tierney in Through the Keyhole, the annual
senior play, presented to capacity houses on Thursday and Friday evenings, November
4 and 5.
Grandma Tierney-.lean Wunderly
Archie Van Camp-William Neway
Mary Tierney-Georgene Cowling
Genevieve Von CampwBetty Kern
.lim Tierney-John Landon
George Allen-Paul Welty
The following committees helped to make the play a success:
Miss Elizabeth S. Sloat
Albert H. Gaumer
Mr. Franklyn Kostenbader
Miss Jean B. Clute
Mr. Adam Skekletski
"Repeat that line, and speak a little louder," said Mrs. Young .while prompting the
cast of Circumstances Alter Cases, a play presented to the students in an assembly pro-
gram by the club in January.
The monthly meetings consisted of group plays, theatre discussions, and readings.
President .... ........ .... V e rna Rohrbach
Vice President. . . .... Alice Rohrbach
Secretary .... . . . .Jean Brown
Treasurer .... .... R onald Roth
The Commercial Club, consisting of 37 members, held its regular meeting on the first
Tuesday of each month when varied programs were presented.
The programs included "An Old Fashioned Spelling Bee," Question and Answer
Quiz, and an address by Mrs. Grace Paige and Miss Hartzell of the Nazareth Bell
Mrs. Ralph Metz sponsors the club.
President ....... .......... ....
Vice President ....
. . . . .Edna Yeska
. . . . .Victoria Marsh
. . . .Arlene Miller
. . . . . Dorothy Ottinger
First Row: Mr. Kostenbader, Taviani, Marfh, Alich, Marositz, Heiney.
Second Row: Hertzog, Millheim, Keppel, Sours, Gower.
Again this year the Radio Club is under the supervision of Mr. Franklyn Kostenbader.
its aim is to give those boys and girls interested in radio a chance to learn the International
Morse Code and to send and receive messages. Radio sets were built and repaired by
President .... .......... . . .Armand Taviani
Secretary .... .... F rank Marositz
Treasurer. . . .... Frank Alich
First Row: Mr. Goulding, Markle, Smith, Andrews, Freestone, Ott.
Second Row: Swavely, LeVan, Heiney, Flick, Day, Keppel, Neumeyer, Kennedy, Bealer.
This year the Forum Club, under the direction of Mr. Paul Goulding, presented sev
eral interesting forums as assembly programs.
The topics discussed included the following:
November 10-Juvenile Delinquency and the War.
December l5-Should the United Nations Utilize the Resources of Conquered
March l5-Should Military Training be Made o Compulsory Part of School
March 29-Should the Voting Age be Lowered to l8?
President ...... ......... .... W a rren Smith
Vice President. . . ...... Donald Markle
Secretary .................. .... J acquelyn Andrews
Asst. Secretary and Treasurer. . . . . . .Joanne Freestone
Freestone, Rice, Keppel, Andrews, Mr. Moser
The annual Oratorical Contest, sponsored by the Alumni Association of Nazareth
High School, was presented to students and guests at an assembly program on Friday
afternoon, April 14. The contestants were coached by Mr. William G. Moser and Attorney
Walter L. Peters was the contest judge.
The first prize was awarded to Jacquelyn Andrews, whose topic was For This We Fight,
the second prize to Steven Keppel, whose topic was Hopes for a Fighting World.
The other contestants were Doris Rice, who spoke on The Call to Action, and Joanne
Freestone, who spoke on Medical Miracles-Today and Tomorrow.
The band opened the program with a processional march and played Victory and
On the Mall during the program.
A Cappella Choir
The A Cappella Choir, under the direction of Miss M. Louise Hetrick, is composed of
senior high school students whose voices blend harmoniously unaccompanied by any
They have presented the following programs:
December l2-St. John's Reformed Church
December l7-Moravian Church
December 22-Assembly Program
President ...... .......... . . . Shelton Keller
Vice President .......... . . .Walter Huber
Secretary and Treasurer .... ....... H ilda Shook
Librarian ............. .... T heodora Brobst
Ask the Professor, a gay musical comedy in two acts, was presented by the combined
Girls' Glee Club and A Cappella Choir, under the direction of Miss M. Louise Hetrick
on Thursday and Friday evenings, May 4 and 5, in the high school auditorium.
This year the girls and boys of the fifth and sixth grades participated as garland
dancers and court couriers.
Mrs. O'Neal-Hilda Shook
Emily Lee-Theodora Brobst
June Ainsworthy-LaRue Bath
Red O'Neal-Armond Tavianni
Tommy Freshman4Forrest Noll .
John Ainsworthy-Shelton Keller
Marida O'NealAElizabeth Wartman
Professor Will Breakeasy-John Houck
Pupils of Girls' School'-Dottie Danforth,
Anna Shook, Barbara Muth
Acrobutic Dance-Dottie Jane Swavely
Trumpeters-Russell Kindt, James Eyer
Page-Andrew Leh, Jr.
Birds-Gloria Smith, Phyllis Beil
Music, Dances, Dialogue
Miss M. Louise Hetrick
Gypsy Dance, Courier's Drill
Mrs. Anna Bossert
. Miss Jean Clute
Mr. J. Frederic Knecht
Miss Doris Jenkins
Mrs. Glenn Young
Miss Elizabeth Sloat
Mr. Franklyn Kostenbader
Mr. Augustine Weinhofer
The soloists at the band concert in the high school auditorium on April 21 were Shirley
Sundberg, tlutist, and Reuben Heller, cornetist.
Director. ....... . .
Student Director .....
Asst. Student Director.
Betty Lou Jacobs
Anna Mae Carty
. . .Augustine Carl Weinhofer Attendance 8- Correspondence Sec.. . , Eleanor Becker
.... .....Reuben Heller Treasurer, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mark Parseighian
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Earl Reese Librarians. . .Barbara Muscler and Betty Lou Jacobs
Maiorettes Percussion French Horn
Evelyn Miller, Snare Drum
Betty Fehr, Cymbals
Blue and W h1te
Nazareth High School's paper is published bi-weekly.
ln 1943-44 the Blue and White received an award from the Pennsylvania Scholastic
Press for its general merits as a school paper.
Ruby Hough Gladys Werner
Arlene Miller Doris Rice
Dorothea Jane Swavely
Pearl Nolf Pauline Leh Jean Brown
Virginia Lehr, Manager Susan Young, Cir. Mgr.
Miss Florence Nicholas Miss Lois Fullmer
Miss Evelyn Schwenk
Mr. J. Frederic Knecht
Mr. George Wunderly
A large silver moon and innumerable twinkling stars shown down on showers of
midnight blue and white crepe paper forming a canopy for happy dancers at the annual
Junior-Senior Prom in the gym on May l2. The mood of the orchestral melodies coupled
with the girls' colorful flowing gowns blended into this background, making an ideal Star'
For those not dancing, there were games, including Chinese Checkers and parchesi.
At intermission the groups entered the lunch room to enioy the delicious refreshments
served on tables bedecked with spring flowers and tall blue and white candles.
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Decorating Committee: Dorothy Schlegel, chairlody, Theodora Brobst, Gloria Rohn, Robert Searles, Mark
Parseghian, Gloria Feldman, Pauline Leh, Irene Phillips, Betty Lou Jacobs, Den Wilkinson, Jane Bunn.
Refreshment Committee: Dorothea Swavely, chairlody, Pete Sevi, Frank Alich, Charles Skrapits, Donald Rader,
Pauline Schoeneberger, Margaret Rohn, Shirley Fortuin.
Entertainment Committee: Jacquelyn Andrews, chairlody, Verna Rohrbach, Louise Way, Kenneth Florey,
Vincent Paukowitch, Donald Hahn.
Faculty Adviser: Mrs. Ralph Metz.
To the delight of Nazareth High students, in addition to our annual Thanksgiving
Party, the Student Council sponsored a Valentine and a Leap Year Party.
On the evening of November l9, the gym was colorfully decorated with yellow corn
husks and other traditional autumnal foliage for the Thanksgiving Dance. Approximately
300 guests attended this first enjoyable party.
Valentine Day came around with hearts, and arrows, and love. On the Toth of
February bright red cupids and big red hearts carried out the color scheme. Again dancing
to the Nomad's music was enioyed by those who preferred it, while games were provided
As an added attraction, the Student Council held an appropriate Leap Year's
Dance. The decorations were wild flowers which were spring-like and put everyone in a
Lining up for refreshments was the highlight of all three events. At eleven o'clock
all faces turned homeward, tired but happy with the last strains of music echoing in their
First Row: Kahler, Krieger, Schlamp, Young, M. Bucchi.
Second Row: Mr. Cump, Nemith, S. Paukovitz, V. Paukowitch, Rader, Werkheiser, Coach Leh, Manager Thompson
ln the early part of the season, Nazareth High celebrated a victory over Palmerton.
But the fact that only two lettermen returned proved to be too much to overcome, and so
the team ended the season with total scores of 516 against opponents' 616.
The record for the season was six victories and twelve losses.
1943-44 Nazareth Opp
Dec. 10 Whitehall .,... 16 21
Dec. 17 Bangor ...... 41 28
Dec. 21 Palmerton ..... 35 24
Jan. 4 Easton ........ 23 50
Jan. 7 Wilson .,.,......, 17 35
Jan. 11 Coplay ......,.,.., 42 29
Jan. 14 S. Whitehall... 31 37
Jan. 18 Fountain Hill,.. 19 27
Jon. 21 E. Stroudsburg 32 42
Jan. 28 Hellertown ...,...,. 46 35
Feb. 1 Emmaus ......... 30 31
Feb. 4 Bangor ...... 39 26
Feb. 1 1 Wilson ........ 10 43
Feb. 15 Coplay ,,........., 31 30
Feb. 18 S. Whitehall ....,..... 26 53
Feb. 22 Fountain l'lill,.. 21 34
Feb. 25 E. Stroudsburg 33 46
Feb. 29 Hellertown ............ 24 25
First Row: Roth, Hanner, Kromer, Nardella, Solt, Pierzg 2, Siegfried, Altemose.
Second Row: Shafer, Mr. Cump, faculty manager, Mr. Christman, Coach, Maurek, Dorosowski, Reichel, Fehnel,
Klotz, Werkheiser, Karlowitz, Wilkinson, Florey.
unior Varsity Basketball
The Junior Varsity basketball team, consisting of freshmen and sophomores, won
five and lost twelve games.
The record for the season was as follows:
1943-44 Nazareth J. V. Opp.
Dec. 10 Whitehall ......
Dec. 17 Bangor .......
Dec. 21 Palmerton ......
Jan. 4 Easton ...............
Jan. 7 Wilson ................
Jan. 11 N. H. S. Juniors..
Jan. 14 5. Whitehall .........
Jan. 18 N. H. S. Juniors .......,
Jan. 21 East Stroudsburg .,...,...
Feb. 1 Emmaus ..,,...,....,..,...,
Feb. 4 Bangor ..,.,.. .,..
Feb. 1 1 Wilson ...... ......
Feb. 15 Coplay ..............
Feb. 18 South Whitehall.
Feb, 22 Fountain Hill ......
Feb. 25 East Stroudsburg
Feb. 29 Hellertown ,......,..
First Row: E. Warner, Neumeyer, S. Keppel, W. Smith, Dorozowski, Keller, Schlamp, R. Keppel, Yeisley, Searles,
M. Bucchi, Scheftler.
Second Raw: Huber, Seytried, Florey, Engler, Noll, Rice, Hoskins, Parseghian, V. Paukowitch, Wilkinson, Kemmerer,
R. Knecht, Boyhont.
Third Row: Arnold, K. Fry, S. Paukovitz, Hawk, Solt, Jandrositz, Stewart, Williams, Kramer, Scott, Fuls, Way,
Fourth Row: J. Knecht, Lilly, K. Warner, Ziegler, F. Reichel, Day, Hildenbrand, Hanner, Sours, Tanzos, J. Reichel
Magditch, Stettler. '
Fifth Row: Mr. Leh, W. Bucchi, Starner, Mr. Bartolet, Mr. Christian, Sevi.
Since June 1943, Uncle Sam cleaned out Nazareth High's entire backtield, leaving
Coach Leh and Assistant Coach Bartolet with only five lettermen. These, in addition to
many inexperienced lads, formed a determined team, accounting for the close scores in
league games and winning of others.
lniuries greatly hampered the squad during November. The results of the season were
six losses and three victories.
1943 Nazareth Opp
Sept. 9 Shillington ...... 13 32
Oct. 2 Washington ,.,,.... 13 46
Oct. 9 Coplay ................. 32 7
Oct. 16 Bethlehem J. V.'s ...... 1 8 7
Oct. 23 Pen Argyl .......... 19 O
Oct. 30 Bangor ....,.. 7 12
Nov. 6 Whitehall .,..... 0 14
Nov. 13 Allentown C. C 12 18
Nov. 25 Wilson ,.....,...,,....... 6 18
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Serfass, Hough, Rice, Ottinger, Bachman, Swavely.
J. V. CHEERLEADERS: First Row: Werkhesier, Arndt. Second Row: Christman, Muth, Danforth, Neel.
"Come on, gang. Put a little pep into the next one!" This is the favorite cry of our
cheerleaders who did a good job in arousing enthusiasm at our football and basketball
games during the year.
With the clashing of sticks and the shouts of the players, the hockey season began
Although there were only three hockey teams, vigorous playing prevailed.
WunderIy's team was victorious.
Won Lost Tied
Wunderly 2 O O
Swavely l l O
Christman O 2 O X
With keen competition between classes and the hearty shouts from an appreciative
audience, each volley ball game proved very exciting.
The seniors won the championship for 1943.
Won Lost Tied
7 O O
6 I O
4 2 1
3 4 0
2 5 O
2 5 O
'I 4 2
I 5 I
When Mrs. Bossert called for basketball players, approximately 'IOO gurls responded
to the call of their favorite sport.
Hough's team won the championship, having defeated nine competitive teams
Won Lost Tied
9 O O
6 3 O
6 2 l
5 4 O
5 4 O
4 4 l
3 6 O
3 6 0
2 7 O
l 8 O
I love the winds that take away my breath
And send it back in sudden bursts of air-
And then, I love a flaming outdoor fire
At whose dancing pictures I can stare.
I love the bursts of young and happy spring-
The budding leaves, the blooming flowers
And yet I love the summer sun
Beneath whose rays I lie for hours.
I love the raindrops coming down
From clouds so filmy, soft, and white
But best of all, I think I love
The crickets call at night.
HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED?
Have you ever wondered
While sitting by a brook
lf the brook is really talking?
lf it likes its shady nook?
lf it knows where it is going?
If it minds the fisherman's hook?
These are things you cannot find
In anybody's book.
OFF THE RECORD
l Couldn't Sleep A Wink Last Night-Robert Berger
Little Didhl Know-wJohn Schlamp
You'll Never Know-Robert Krieger t
What a Lovely Way to Spend an Evening-Stephen Keppel
l'll Be Around-Betty Worman
Don't Sweetheart Me-Betty Gold
Me and Brother Bill-Virginia Lehr
When They Asked About You-Edith Beers
lf You Please-Corinne Ott
Let Me Call You Sweetheart+Armond Taviani
Love, Love, Love-Vernon Happel
lt's Always YoufBetty Wartman
My ldealiConstance Bartholomew
Shoo Shoo Shoo Baby-John Dorozowski
People Will Say We're ln Love-Mariorie Griffin
For Me and My Gal-Shelton Keller
Later Tonight-After the Prom
Gals Don't Mean a Thing To Me-Albert Gaumer
If I Had My Way-Mr. Wunderly
All, or Nothing at All-Kenneth Smith
Mission to Moscow-P. D. Class
Pistol Packin' MamafBettie Kern
You're So Good to Me-Mr. Shekletski's chemistry marks
Time on My Hands-Richard O'Leary
You'Il Be Sorry-N. H. S. Faculty
Oh Johnny-Jean Wunderly
We'll Meet AgainkAt the library
l'm Saving Myself for Bill-Marian Alich
Where Do We Go from Here, Boys?-William Neway
That Soldier of Mine-Betty Hahn
OSCAR, OUR EDUCATED MOUSE
. Mgt ' .
' ,- gulf!
While perched upon the basket's rim
'Most every Friday night
Oscar watched our basketball
With squeeks of great delight.
'wing , En
6 Q 'ii 1 Q
It 4 Ma
He went with all the iuniors 1
So happy and so gay
And watched them at their iunior prom
Swirl, and dip, and sway.
in-4 l At noon he nibbled on the food
Left by the girls and boys
' At night he went to Forum Club
And practiced speaking poise.
Then on Commencement Day he sat W
h, .9 .
And shed his tears of woe
For even though he can stay here
His favorite class must go.
IT'S A MAN'S WORLD . . .
Andy Gump-Richard Yeisley
Joe PalookawJohn Dorozowski
Hap Hopper-Robert Fulmer
Alley Oop-fHenry Wyihoskie
Moon Mullins'--William Neway
Dick Tracy-John Landon
Smiling JackfJohn Schlamp
Mickey Mouse+Paul Welty
Terry and the Pirates--Kenneth Miltenberger
Freckles and His FriendsfArmond Taviani 81 Co.
Mandrake the MagicianfAlbert Gaumer
Prince ValiantfSteven Keppel
Flash Gordon-Willard Smith
Jungle JimfElwood Warner
Little KingfAustin Petty
Red Ryder-Lester Roth
Casper Milquetoc1stfRussel Lerch
Smokey StoverfRichard 'OLeary
Lil Abner-Robert Krieger
Atlas Maidenswoonf-fJohn Vash
. . BUT DON'T FORGET THE WOMEN
Lois Lone-Arlene Miller
TaFFy Tucker-Betty Gold
Minnie Mouse---Lois Trine
Dragon Lady-Georgene Cowling
Princess Narda-Juanitia LeVan
Lil de Vrille-Doris Rice
Daisy Mae-Mariorie Griffin
Tillie the Toiler-Jacqueline Bealer
Fritzi RitzvBetty Wczrtman
Dixie Dugan-Dorothy Ottinger
Little Iodine-Corinne Ott
DO YOU KNOW . .
The first Comet was published in l920.
The smallest class to graduate from N. H. S. was in
i900 with 2 students, the largest class in l942 with l47 students.
This year's graduating class has 24 academic, 40 general, and 5l commercial students
Of the 436 students in senior high school, 258 are out-of-towners.
The N. H. S. football team is now known as The Blue Eagles.
The high school trophy case contains T9 football, baseball, basketball, and track
Lorraine Vivian is the high girl basketball scorer with l94 points to her credit, Willard
Smith the high boy scorer with T56 points.
The youngest senior girl is Hilda Shook, the boy is Paul Welty.
The most frequent girl on the high honor roll was Constance Bartholomew, the boy
was Ellis Frable.
The high school library has 5345 books, 53 paid subscription magazines, and two
Approximately 305 students visit the library daily.
Eight members of the high school faculty are attending Saturday or evening classes.
Seven high school faculty members hold the degree of Master of Arts or Science.
In zero weather it takes between four and five tons of coal daily to heat the high
The total amount of Bond and Stamp Sales is 543,519.35 to date lApril 3l.
There are 4037 panes of glass in windows and doors in the high school building.
lDedicated to Mr. Wunderlyl
Into Room l3 on a dreary day
Way back in forty-one,
A group of hapless students came-
Who thought of having fun.
But no! it wasn't fun they got,
The teacher saw to that!
They struggled then through Caesar's wars
ln a Language known as "Lat,"
With '42, a brighter year,
Came German and its woes,
"Decline this noun, and get it right
Come on, get on your toes."
As seniors, they thought they'd blossom forth,
There's nothing to worry or fret,
But along came synopses and passive voice,
It wasn't the easiest bet.
We, the Class of l944, wish to express our sincere appreciation to our patrons,
advertisers and friends for their cooperation in making our "Comet" a success.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alich
Mr. and Mrs. Burton F. Andrews
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart S. Bartholomew
Mr. and Mrs.
Dewey W. Bath
Carrie E. Bealer
Dr. and Mrs. S. G. Beck
. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor C. Beers
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Warren T. Breinig
Clinton L. Bunn
Stewart F. Buss
Russell G. Cowling
Worthy J. Cumberland
Mr. Willard Cummings
Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Davisson
Mrs. Joy Dech
Mr. and Mrs.
Miss M. Louis
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Heyer
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hoffman
Holy Family Catholic Church
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hordendorf
Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Huth
Mr. Caddy J
Mr. and Mrs. John Keefer
Mr. and Mrs. W. Paul Keller
Mr. and Mrs. S. Keppel
Mr. and Mrs.
Charles J. Knauss
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Knecht
Mr. and Mrs. Haven E. Knecht
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Howard P. Koch
Frank B. Leh
Lt. and Mrs. Eugene LeVan
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. Marcks
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Gaumer Mrs. John Ostrowski
Rev. and Mrs. Walter H. Diehl
Mr. Charles Eilenberger
J. H. Newhart Estate
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Ferraro
Mr. Stanley Fehr
Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Fetherolf
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Franczak
Miss Henrietta Frantz
Dr. and Mrs. John A. Fraunfelder
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Fry
Robert W. Frey, S. 2fc, U. S. N.
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Fulmer
Mrs. Mary Marsh
Miss Jean Metz
Mr. and Mrs. George Miller
Mrs. Mary Morrow
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Moser
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Muscler
Nazareth Senior Woman's Club
Miss Grace Neumeyer
Paul G. Neumeyer, S. lfc
Miss Florence L. Nicholas
Dr. and Mrs. W. Colvin Nickel
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert F. Nolf
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Rice
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Rodgers
Mrs. Katherine Rosko
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Roth
Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Roth
Mr. and Mrs. William Saeger
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sandt
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Schissler
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
. William J. B. Schlegel
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schnerr
Miss Pearl Schnerr
Dr. and Mrs.
Walter J. Scutt
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Seibold
Dr. and Mrs.
E. A. N. Seyfried
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Seyfried
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seyfried
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schafer
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Shafer
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shankweiler
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Shimer
Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Shook
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Shook
Pfc. and Mrs. Charles Sisolak
Mr. Joseph Smith
Miss Shirley Smith
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Smith
Mr. and Mrs.
Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Snyder
Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Stoudt
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Teel
Mr. and Mrs. George Trine
Dr. and Mrs.
N. H. Uhler
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Vash
Dr. and Mrs.
F. N. Wagner
Mr. and Mrs. George Warner
Walter L. Peters
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.-
Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert J. Gold
E. A. Griffin
Mrs. Hattie Gum
Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin J. Hahn
Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Hahn
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Happel
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Hartman
George H. Heckmcn
Rev. and Mrs. Reginald Helfferich
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Oliver J. Ott
Edgar S. Person
H. C. Pohl
Earl H. Reese
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Reichard
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Ellen Re
Mr. and Mrs.
Allen P. Remel
and Mrs. George Wartman
Mrs. Mary Wartman
and Mrs. Augustine C. Weinhofer
and Mrs. Eugene Weiss
Mrs. Olive M. Welty
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Wilken
Mr. and Mrs.
Harry L. Worman
Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Wunderly
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wyihoskie
Mrs. Mary A. Yeisley
Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Yeisley
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Young
ln the earliest times traders and merchants made themselves known and drew
attention to their products by hiring public criers, who wandered through the streets
shouting about their wares.
Thomas Lipton actually dressed up pigs and paraded them through the streets of
Glasgow to advertise his ham and bacon business. Later another unique advertising
scheme used by Lipton was to have great tea cases thrown into the ocean to float where
steamer passengers would glimpse "Lipton's Teas" bobbing on the water.
Later, business men learned that newspapers, books, and magazines offered another
opening for advertising. By inviting attention and winning interest in their products, sales
and profits skyrocketed.
The following pages of our Comet serve as "Your Public Crier of l944," for it is
The man who on his trade relies
Must either bust or advertise. -
E was a master because he tool-L infinite
Pains. We are his earnest clisciplesf,
NAZARETH CEMENT CO.
GENERAL OFFICE: NAZARETH, PA
41 East 42nd Street Commercial Trust Bldg.
NEW YORK CITY PHILADELPHIA, PA.
azco High-Early Strength Portlancl Cement
Nazareth Portland Cement
fm 5 s fhere a Formula
Why do some forge ahead, while others
We doubt if there is a formula that
would make success sure. But there is
a "success system" that seems to work
time and again.
It is this: 1. Set a goalg 2. Strive steadily
toward ity 3. Put part of your wages in a
bank account each pay day so that you
will be ready for opportunity when it
NAZARETH NATIONAL BANK
Member-Federal Deposil Insurance Corporation
Keystone Portland Cement
Keystone Portlanrl Cement
"A Better Cement"
Velroca Hislx Early Strengtlx
"A Perfect I-Iigh Early Strength Portland Cement"
Keystone Darli Cement
"A Uniform Color Dark Cement"
1400 S. Penn Square, Philadelphia, Pa.
Philadelphia Q New York - Boston
ongratu lations to Gracllzates
TO the young men and women of the Class
of '44 we say, 'lGood Work and Good
Luck." Some of you will go into business,
some will marry, some will go to college. You
all will Hnd, sooner or later, that a close relation-
ship with a sound bank is a valuable asset in
life. We extend an invitation to all of you to
make this bank your bank. Start an account
here, learn about our services, get acquainted
with us. But wherever your path may lead, we
wish you a bright and prosperous future.
The Second National Bank
A Member Bank-Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
-Federal Reserve System
I Kingsport, Tenn
2 Clinchfleld, Ga.
3 Richard City, T
4 Nazareth, Pa.
' non1'LANn '
. No. 5
enn. No. 7
Penn Allen, P
Portland Point, N. Y.
West Des Moines, Iowa
NIIZARETH STEEL FABRICIITDRS, INC.
FABRICATORS and ENGINEERS
STEEL PLATE WORK LIGHT STRUCTURAL STEEL
X AV AV AX
IS NOW TAKING OUR ENTIRE PRODUCTION
U. S. ARMY U. S. NAVY
U. S. MARITIME COMMISSION
TANKERS, VICTORY SHIPS, TROOP SHIPS
538-552 South Broad Street
C. A. SMITH, Pres. H. E. ACKERMAN, Sec. H. J. EDELMAN, Tre's.
Bethlehem Business College
UNION BANK BUILDING BETI-ILEI-IEIVI, PA.
An approved school preparing for office positions in business,
government, and military service.
Complete Stenographic, Secretarial, Accounting, Business
Administration Courses leading to graduation.
Special Intensive Wartime Courses in commercial subjects
and office machines.
DAY AND EVENING SESSIONS
Ask for Catalog W. F. IVIAGEE, President
There was on old mon from Nisky
Whom everyone considered quite friskyp
But when ci truck crashed
And the man was smashed,
He found being frisky is risky.
Compliments of. . .
HARVEY P. DIETZ
55 South IVIain Street Nazareth,
i nn-u I
Churchman Business College
UA Thorough Business Training School"
NOW LOCATED IN OUR NEW COLLEGE BUILDING
Courses for I-ligh School and College Graduates
Advanced Accounting junior Accounting
Business Administration General Business
DAY AND EVENING SESSIONS
Member of the National Association of Accredited Commercial Schools.
Approved by the Pennsylvania State Committee on
Standards for Private Business Schools.
Free Placement Service Catalog mailed upon request.
W. E. CHURCHMAN, Principal
355 Spring Garden Street Easton, Pa.
Thomas Jones: "I'm glad there's an air raid today because I can go bear hunting
Armond Taviani: "Don't you think it will be a trifle cold, hunting bare?"
FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
UF NURTHAMPTUN UUUNTY
Incorporated March 17, 1845
FIRE, LIGHTNING AND STORM INSURANCE
Farmers' Mutual Building
72 South Main St. Nazareth, Pa.
COMPLIMENTS OF. . .
STANLEY J. HAHN
FRUITS VEGETABLES MEATS
Phone Nazareth 9023
In Brooklyn was a woman named Sadie,
Who sel her cap for a man named O'Gradyg
For the rest of her life,
She fried lo become his wife,
So Sadie wasn't really a lady.
COMPLIMENTS OF . . .
Krac-:mer Hosiery Co.
GEO. S. IVIESSINGER, President GEO. F. REESE, Treasurer
Peoples Coal 84 Supply Co.
COAL, LUIVIBER, HARDWARE AND BUILDING MATERIAL
Building Paper, Lead, Paints, Varnishes
Old Companys Lehigh and Lehigh Valley Coal
Phone: Nazareth 483 STOCKERTOWN, PA.
Mr. Wunderlyz "Richard, why didn'f you do your homework?"
O'Leary: "I couIdn't. I had to go to bed lost night so I could get up this morning."
fsubsidiary of Julius Kayser or Col
Sales Cffice . . . 366 Broadway, New York
Mills . . . Nazareth, Pa.
There are styles to suit ages from I to I6 years. Infants' shirts and panties,
chiIclren's waist suits, boys' and misses' union suits in various styles and
fabrics, boys' athletic shirts and shorts. Also Nazareth Sleepers in one and
two-piece styles. All retail at popular prices.
George N. Miller
GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND FARMING IIVIPLIMENTS
Wayne Hog, Dairy, Calf, Horse ancl Poultry Feeds
BUSHKILL CENTER, PA.
P. O. Nazareth, Pa., Route No. 2
There was an old geezer named Toio,
Who picked on the U. S. as a foeg
He forgot to recall,
U. S. was on the bull
Cooking the goose of Hirohifo.
GEO. I-I. WELTY, President I... G. PETERS, Treasurer
The Nazareth Coal 84 Lumber Co.
COAL fl LUMBER
Hardware and Material
Building Paper, Leacl, Paints, Varnishes
Maytag Electric Washers, Horton Electric Washers
Lehigh and Scranton "Blue" Coal
430 and 436 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa.
. 15 -
HIGH GRADE DAIRY PRODUCTS ' '
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' a' ,k i AHCATL
if 9 W
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Willowdale Farms A
Lf ,4?, fr,v.LN 4
'FFL-13 61.3, 'W
T. D. KOSTENBADER 8x SON
Phone 132 or II7
Miss Slocxfz "Cun'1' you bring in some more features, Mcxriorie?"
Mcriorie Griffin: "But you don't like my features, Miss Sloc1f."
Miss Sloof: "if call depends on which ones you mean."
Jane Logan Ice CFZGIT1
TOBACCO :: FILMS :: CANDIES
GREETING CARDS :: STATIONERY z: TOILET ARTICLES
27 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pa
CHEVROLET AND OLDSMOBILE
SALES AND SERVICE
49 South Broad Street
There was o young man from Mars
Who drove such pecuilar corsi
One day while he was racing,
He didn't see who was chasing
And now he resides behind bars.
RAYMOND D. TEEL
ROOFING - SIDING - INSULATION
TILE BATI-IROOIVIS - TILE KITCI-IENS - HARDWOOD FLOORS
ZI6 S. Whitfield St.
ALSO CONCRETE WORK
Phone: Nazareth l 43-R
Bur East wishes
Nazareth High School
CLASS OF '44
Q2 Qiutnmz Ziauusnz
Broad Street at Belvidere
Mr. Sheklefskiz "Do all of you boys shave?"
Joe Heiney: "Why, I shaved already when I was just a little shaver."
The Trumbovver Company
COAL, LUMBER, CRUSI-IED STONE
BUILDING MATERIAL AND READY MIXED CONCRETE
Main Office: Branch Office:
Easton Road 23 South Main Street
Phone 798 or 799 Phone l57
Esterbrook Re-New Point
Fountain Pens "The best buy
for the Student and Office
Boys from 6 to 60 be sure
to visit our Model Hobby Shop.
Model Airplanes and parts
plus Model R. R. supplies.
See our Model R. R. layout
40 S. Main St., Nazareth, Pa.
Binney and Smith
There was ci young mon from Pylum,
Who laughed of men in the osylumy
His voice he did lose,
Then he ofe his shoes,
And This mon is now in The asylum.
Extends its Compliments
CLASS OF '44
5, I0 and 250 STORE.
45 South Main Street
39 South Main Street
Michael Bucchi 1
ELECTRIC Sl-IOE REBUILDING of
l I7 S. Main St. Nazareth, Pa.
There is Q guy called Toio
Who, to me, is only C1 hobog
But to the .laps he is the Sun.
However, you will see him run
When the yonks start heading for Tokyo'
Complimenfs of CO.
B. and Mill Distributors
MEN,S AND BOYS, WEAR Paper-Paper Proclucts-Twine
Sauer's Extracts and Mayonnaise
60 S. Main Street
Nazareth, Pa. IZZO Northampton St., Easton, Pa
Roy T. F ehnel
8 i WEATHER STRIPPING
gprbzfing Gompany CAULKING
R. No. 3, Nazareth
228-236 N. Green Street BELFAST, PA,
E , P .
aston a Phone Nazareth:
Office I3l Residence l3l
There was on old lady of High
Who liked fo fell lie upon lieg
She iusf wouldn't stop,
Till the doy she went plop
And now she's not up in the sky.
FRACK 81 LEH
A h ' al -
ut "mc Fa1rmont's
SALES and SERVICE
De Luxe Store
67 Broad Street
Patronize . . .
1' , . . .
Comp lments Nazareth s Leading Prescriptlon
of Drug Store for All Your Drug
gfarfmazz and .L-aauhacfz
37 Mauch Chunk Street
Needs. Registered Druggists
give you the quality service you
are entitled to.
Ask your Family Doctor
He Knows Us . . .
The Rexall Drug Store
PAUL W. HEC KMAN
The Besl in Drug Store Merchandise
The Besl in Drug Store Service
Corinne Ott: "What is cs good definition of intelligence?"
Betty Wcirtmcm: "That which I lock."
Frank Huth 81 Sons
that can be depended upon
in an emergency
Telephone I 77
Body and Fender Repairs
R. R. HESS
COMPLIMENTS KOCH BROTHERS
lVlen's and Young Men's
COAL CO. and
Centre Square N. E. Corner
EASTON' PA' Allentown, Pa.
There was a young lady named Gay,
Who loved fo drink cocktails all dayp
One day by mistake
Iodine she did fake,
And now she lies under the clay.
Dr. Leon Kolb
"Dignified Credit if desired"
l I8 S. Main Street
Phone I 46-J
2p.m. t06p. m.
7 p. m. to 8:30 p. m.
Roy S. Kostenbader
Phone Belfast 332
l r 1
Kuhns 81 Shankweiler
The lVIan's Store
Popular Price Clothing
for Young Men
R. D. Lambert
There is a word called love
For if's known even by a dovep
But a bachelor once said
l'd rather be dead
Than to act as they do when in love.
The Leader Store
Cor. Main and Belvidere Streets
STYLED. . . RIGHT
PRICED . . . RIGHT
Smithson Clothes f Adam Hats
Lee Socks Man's Store
Zl South Third Street
Adam Shirts Portage Shoes
None to Compare
For Value and Wear
Lawn Mowers Sharpened 8: Repaired
Keys Cut - Locks Repairecl
SPECIALIZING IN AUTO KEYS
c Safety Class
50 YEARS CN Tl-IE SQUARE
Easton, pa' Phone 573R
Pine Street Nazareth, Pa.
Death is cz somber word
Suggesfing block and quielp
ll would not come so soon lo some,
lf they would only diet.
Congfafulafion-9 Sales and Service
To the Class of '44 5
G. C. Murphy Co. '
UThe Friendly Store" GAS 7 OILS
TIRES g BATTERIES
Paff 8: Darrohn
Nazareth, Pa' Progress Avenue Nazareth, Pa.
Compliments We Specialize in . . .
Portrait - Wedding
Young Men's Suits
Sport Coats and Slacks
Shoes and Hats
I3-I 7 Belvidere Street, Nazareth, Pa
I2 North Third Street
Phone 33,1 We give S er H Green Stamps
There was a young woman from Blair
Whose husband got into her hair.
He went fo the casino,
And she went to Renog
Now they are no longer a pair.
Compliments of. . .
The Schmidt Home
"The Home of Distinction"
Wind Gap, Pa.
Phone I 22-,I
I. Schwartz Sz Son
H. T. VANNATTA, Mgr.
Furniture - Rugs
Stoves and Bedding
540 South Main Street
1 l 1 '
Compliments of COMPLIMENTS OF
St. Regis Paper Co.
Bates Valve Bag Division
Snyder Milling Co.
Z X PAPER BAGS
1 1 u 1
FLOUR, CEMENT, PLASTER
GROUND LIMESTONE, GYPSUM
NAZARETH, PA. and Cfhef
Phone 145 PULVERIZED PRODUCTS
There was a lady named Hannah,
Who practiced all day on the piano.
One day as she tried,
She heard mice inside:
Now Hannah doesn't play the piano.
Complfmenfs Albert O. Sturgis
of 8: Son
Choice Hamburgers and Platters
Telephone l 5 7
23 South Main Street
Linden Street Bethlehem, Pa. Nazareth, Pa.
F. E. WEINLAND
Hardware, Glass, Paint, Oil, Etc.
Phones 7-9706 and 7-9707
Broad and Main Streets
Stanley R. Woodring
MILK - CREAM - BUTTER
Buttermilk and Cottage Cheese
A dazed young sergeant said "hi!"
To a young nurse who was going byp
To salute, he'd forgot
And was almost shot,
But instead he is three stripes shy.
For Quality and Service in
I27 East I-Iigh Street
Creamery and Dairy
ROBERT EDELMAN, Prop.
CREAM - BUTTER
Buttermilk and Cottage Cheese
Happe1's Economy Store Compliments of
C09 C. W. Hartman
Groceries - Cold Meats BELFAST, PA.
Notions E Patent Medicines
Newspapers - Magazines
Phone Nazareth 9081 MEAT
Stockertown, Pa. ICE CREAM
There was a young mon named Dee,
A flyer of fame was hey
He went up with cl zoom
And come down with ci boom!
Now Dee is no longer carefree.
Nicho1asen's Lunch Nazareth
PETER F. YEISLEY, Prop.
O PLATTER LUNCI-IES
I SHORT ORDERS
Ill South Main St. Nazareth, Pa. 165-7 South Main Street
Nazareth 98-M Nazareth, Pa.
Tool and Supply Co.
Planing Mill Co.
Millwork of Quality
Compliments of. . .
SASH DOORS W SI-IUTTERS
BLINDS - FRAMES
STAIRWORK - MOULDING
INTERIGR TRIM, ETC.
Prospect and Green Streets
Nazareth' Pa' Buy War Bonds and Stamps
Marg: "Say, Stan! Did you know that I wrote port of 'All or Nothing at AII'."
Stan. "ls that so? What part?"
Marg: "Nothing of ull."
Himlefs f-f Cleaners and Dyers
Phone 45 I -,I Nazareth, Pa.
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