Nazareth Area High School - Comet Yearbook (Nazareth, PA)
- Class of 1948
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NAZARETH HIGH SCHOOL
The 1948 Comet aims to picture life at Nazareth High School. The
informal photographs of classes, study halls, sports, and other activities
show students in the process of experiencing varied and wholesome
school activities. These Work and play activities aim to give students
experience in the democratic Way of life and to foster latent qualities
of leadership. Since the students of today become the citizens of to-
morrow, they must be prepared to accept the present challenge to the
democratic Way of life and must struggle to keep our precious heritage
alive in these turbulent times. That Nazareth High School students
may, like the Greek runners in days of old, help in some small yvay to
pass the torch of liberty and freedom on to the next generation and help
to keep alive democratic ideals gives aim and direction to the faculty
and the students of Nazareth High School.
U Our classmate, Martin Keppel, better known as Iughead, passed to a Better
Life on March 11, 1948. Martin will always be remembered for his willing spirit
and his friendliness to others. Besides being a star tackle on the football squad,
Jughead also showed his leadership by serving on several class committees, as
president of his homeroom, and as class treasurer. For his line qualities and
excellent sportsmanship, Martin will live in our memories.
Nazareth School Board
Lrft to Riglzl: Frederick A. Mnrcks, Superintendent of Public Schools: William Henry, Elwood
Unangstg A. Russell Snyder, Vice President, Clinton Bunn, Peter Yeisleyg Charles Knauss. Secretary
to the Board: Charles Schnerr, Treasurer: George Smith, President.
School affairs in Nazareth are handled by a School Board composed of seven
members elected by the people. The board meets the first Monday of each month,
and may call special sessions when necessary. It is their duty to have general
supervision of the schools in the district, appoint the superintendent, levy school
taxes, approve and administer the budget, and supervise the purchase of supplies
for all schools in the district. The citizens of Nazareth are indeed fortunate to
have this group of men who give so unstintingly of their time and service in the
interest of Nazareth's public schools.
Mr. Marcks and his secretary, Mrs. Ruth
Mr. Marcks, Superintendent of Nazareth Boro Schools, is keenly interested in
the welfare of our school system. He carries out the many duties of his office with
understanding and efliciency.
Mr. Feller and his secretary, Miss Uhler
Coming to Nazareth High in September of1947, Mr. Feller has Won the respect
and admiration ofthe students by his personal interest in their welfare. His inspira-
tion, guidance, and ardent support have helped immensely in the production of this
CLAUDE P. ABBOTT Claude
Claude is having a lonesome time at school this year because his O. A. O. has
graduated. Volleyball and basketball seem to be his favorite sports, but he is
handy at any sport that comes along. School work and Claude aren't good
friends, but he usually manages to get along.
Baseball lg Basketball, V. 1, Varsity 2.
FRANCES L. ALTEMOSE Fran
This fair-looking senior from Tatamy doesn't know the meaning of the word
quiet. Fran was a wonderful saleswoman and a helper on the business staff of
the Comet. Her main interest is in a certain fullback from room 31. Fran hopes
to become a nurse in the future.
Comet, Business 35 Glee Club 1.
KATHLEEN M. ALTEMOSE Kathy
"Yea! yea! team!" yells Kathy, our head cheerleader, cheering the team to
victory. As Barbara in the senior play, Kathy also proved that she has talent
in dramatics. Her cheery smile and pleasant personality have won her many
Senior Play, Minor 35 Cheerleader, I. V. 1, Varsity 2, 35 Dramatic Club
2, President 3g Photography Club, President 25 Prom Committee 25 Student
Council, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer 1.
LEE L. ALTEMOSE joe
Don't let Lee's looks deceive you, because he is not so quiet as one would
think. Lee seems to enjoy teasing the girls in Lab. He enjoys all sports. espe-
cially basketball. Lee does fairly well in his studies and, whatever his vocation
may be, we know he will make good in it.
Forum Club 3.
JEAN APPLEGATE jean
jean, the only auburn-haired girl in the senior class, is quiet and reserved.
You never catch her carrying on a conversation in study or in class. Her biggest
obstacle in school is typing. Listening to popular music is one of her favorite
pastimes. The future seems indefinite for this commercial student.
Dramatic Club 3.
JOYCE A. AUCHENBACH Joyce
Meet Joyce, one of the chatterboxes of Room 23. This energetic and
attractive senior is friendly with everyone. At present, her love life is centered
on a senior from Room 33. Joyce was an excellent worker on the business stall'
ofthe Comet. She enjoys all sports as well as dancing and music.
Athletic Council 35 Baseball 1, 25 Basketball 1, 25 Comet, Business 35 Dra-
matic Club 35 Volleyball 1.
ROSE T. BAJAN Rorie
Gab! Gab! Gab! That must be Rosie, one of our west end seniors. When
you once get to know her, what a line she hands outl Aside from jabbering,
Rosie enjoys all sports. She helped as a typist for the Blue and White, the school
paper. Rosie plans to become a beautician.
Baseball 1, 25 Basketball 15 Blue and White Typist 35 Commercial Club
35 Hockey 15 Photography Club 25 Student Council 35 Volleyball 1.
MILLARD R. BARLIEB Millard
Quiet? Well, maybe, but his pals tell us he can be a terror at times. Millard
was one ofthe Student Council representatives from Room 33. His red hair and
pleasant personality seem to be the envy ofa lot of boys. Millard's interests
lie solely in hunting. '
Science Club 35 Student Council 3.
JOSEPH F. BAYDA joe
Joe's ability in all phases of chemistry and mathematics has long been the
envy of his classmates. He can work out long formulas and equations with
apparent ease. Even when he is in the lab, he always seems to know just what
to do next. Ifscience is his goal, he is very likely to succeed with flying colors.
Football, J. V. 1, Varsity 2, 35 Photography Club 35 Science Club 35 Student
Council 15 Track 2.
ROBERT J. BEERS Bob
Meet Randolph, of our senior play, A Dale With judy. This jolly senior,
who hails from Cherry Hill, has ability, but he doesn't always apply himself too
well. His chief delight is teasing the girls. As yet, Bob has no plans for the
Baseball 1, 25 Comet Business 35 Magazine Campaign, Assistant Manager
2, Manager 35 Prom Entertainment Committee 25 Senior Play, Major 3.
JOHN BENSING Bensing
John may be easily recognized when he is playing in the band, for he handles
the big tuba. More or less the quiet type, John has his rare moments. too. lfle
is quite a sport fan, and keeps up to date on many major football and baseball
Band 1, 2, 33 Football J. V. 1. 2g Sciencc Club 3.
RICHARD J. BESSENHOFFER Rmy
A member of this year's football team, Bessy proved himself an asset with his
line play. An ardent follower of sports, he can be seen discussing latest scores
with his pals in lunch room 25. Although he is active in sports, he is an excellent
student. That he has outstanding art ability is evident by his work as Comet
paign, Publicity Manager 35 Student Council 3.
ANDREW M. BETZ Andy
Andy is about the shortest fellow in the senior class. At first glance, he
might seem like a quiet little chap, but you should be in one of his classes. Next
to hunting, one of his favorite hobbies seems to be to give the teachers a hard
time. He would like to be a'mechanic after graduation.
Science Club 3. Q
Baseball 1, Captain 23 Comet Art Editor 3, Football 1 2 3 Magazine Cam
ANNA I. CIARROCCHI Annie
Although Annie loves to chatter and giggle, she has her studious moments.
She is an avid baseball fan and attends many games, especially those at Valley
View. Second best, Annie loves going to the movies and dancing. She intends
to be a- beautician after graduation.
Baseball 1, 23 Commercial Club 1, 2.
SHIRLEY A. CUSTER Iggy
Shirley is always ready to help a'fellow student in distress. She willingly
accepts all responsibilities given her, for example, she served as magazine cam-
paign manager for her homeroom. The fact that she is never idle helps explain
why she is such a good German student. She says her future is quite indefinite.
Dramatic Club 33 Photography Club 3.
CGLUMBA E. DANIELE Paz
A cheery smile and "One beef coming up" describe Put, one of the ardent
workers at Hugo's Bar-B-Q stand. Pat seems to be the quiet type who knows
all and says little. This black-haired miss doesn't like school too much but she
manages to get along.
Blue and White. Business 2, Commercial Club 2, Dramatic Club 3.
RUSSELL E. DAVIS Davzlr
This wavy-haired fellow can usually be identilied by the bright sport shirts
which he wears. Although he is at home in any group of boys, when it comes to
girls, he seems quite bashful. lVlaybe we just don't know him well enough. One
of his favorite sports is hunting, and in November that took priority over school
Football, V. 1.
WARREN S. DECH, JR. Dt-chic
Dechie, one of our powerful football ends, showed his athletic ability on the
football and basketball teams. If you want to find Dechie, just watch for him
driving past in his black Chevy. That end cheerleader is quite a girl, isn't she,
Dechie? Besides sports, Dechie's also a good dancer and a good mixer.
Football, l, Varsity 2, 35 Science Club 3, Basketball, V. 1, Varsity
ANNA M. DILILY Anna
Psst! There's Anna trying to get someone's attention again. This little
lassie comes to us from New Village. Although she is an out-of-town student,
she is an active member of the Blue and VVhite business staff. In her spare time
her hobby is keeping a scrapbook of popular songs and poetry.
Blue and VVhite, Business 2, 35 Commercial Club 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2.
THOMAS D. DERR Tommy
Don't be deceived by Tommyis quiet appearance, for he and Joe can really
make noise when they get started. His most diflicult subject is English. Hunt-
ing takes up much of his spare time. VVe often wonder what makes his jalopy
run. In the future Tommy plans to join the Navy.
Science Club 3.
ETHEL M. DIEHL Ethel
1fthel's interest last summer was centered in the Nazareth baseball team
and now her main hobby is writing letters to Michigan. She isn't very inter-
ested in school except for the laughs in study hall. After graduation, Ethel
wants to he a housewife with a broom and a cookpot.
Hockey Ig Glee Club 3.
MILDRED M. DETWILER Milly
lVlilly's alto voice is an asset to the Glee Club. Frequently she can be heard
in the gym. urging the team on to victory. Girls envy her black wavy hair,
especially on rainy days. Mildred intends to be a governess after graduation.
Blue and White 2: Commercial Club 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 3.
FRANK E. DEUTSCH Frank
Although Frank is quiet in school. his friends tell us he is just the opposite
outside. His spare time is spent hunting or at Macada. Frank informs us that
two of his main dislikes are school and girls, but sometimes we wonder.
Football J. V. lg Science Club 3.
BARBARA M. L. DOLL Barbie
"Halloo, halloo, hallooln shouts Mitzi in the senior play, fl Dale Willa judy.
One of Barbie's hobbies is dramatics and her greatest pleasure is to be behind
the footlights. Barbie's sense of humor makes her an enjoyable companion.
Besides dramatics, Barbie also likes to dance, listen to semi-classical music, and
visit Lafayette College.
Athletic Council, President 3g Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3g Senior Play, Minor
:lg Glee Club 1, 3, President 2.
MARY M. DONELLO Mary
"Silence is golden," seems to be Maty's motto, for she has proved herself to
be as quiet in class as out. Wle hear that Mary is pretty masterful in home-
making activities. Depenclability should take her far in the business world.
Baseball 1: Blue and XVhite Typist 25 Commercial Club 13 Dramatic Club
2, 35 Glee Club 1, 23 Photography Club 2.
DOROTHY A. EVERITT ' Dottie
Dottie's favorite pastime, out of school, is horseback riding and helping her
father train horses. She is a quiet girl in school, but has a streak of humor that
pops up in class at unusual times. As a student librarian, Dottie is kept busy
during school. She plans to prepare to be a homemaking teacher.
Comet, Editorial 25 Dramatic Club 33 Glee Club 1, Z3 Student Librarian
CHARLES E. FAUST Fanny
Tall, brown-haired, and full of wit - that's Fausty all right. He hails from
Hecktown and can be found at their dances nearly every Saturday night.
Although not a participant in sports in high school, he plays for the Hecktown
softball team. Fausty plans to be a mechanic after graduation.
Science Club 35 Senior Play, Minor 3.
DOMINIC J. FERRARO Bircho
A jolly disposition, a mischievous smile, curly black hair, and a whole ward-
robe of loud sweaters and shirts all help to make Bircho a favorite of all his
classmatesg however he is not always appreciated by his teachers. Although he
spends much of his time clowning, underneath he can be serious.
Football, J. V. 2, Varsity 35 Science Club 3.
LORRAINE L. FLILK Flickie
Always full of pep and fun, Fliclcie always manages to find something to
chuckle about. Nights after school, Flickie works at Murphy's Five and Ten.
Her small stature doesn't prevent her from participating in sports, and she's
a whiz in many of them. To become a receptionist is Flickie's future plan.
Baseball lg Blue and White, Business 3g Commercial Club 15 Dramatic
Club 35 Photography Club 2.
ROBERT FRACK Frackie
"Toot Toot!" That's Frackie, a solo trumpeter in the band. Playing with
the Nazareth Band and our own high school band takes much of Frackie's time.
His smiling eyes and wavyhair are valuable assets to his love-life, and, right now,
he seems to be attracted to a certain senior from room 23. '
Band 1, 2, 3g Class Vice-President 33 Dramatic Club 35 Science Club 3.
STELLA C. FRANCZAK Stella
A friendly smile is one of Stella's chief assets. Your first impression of her
may lead you to believe that she is quiet. but Stella enjoys telling jokes. Her
hobbies include music. dancing, and going to the movies. Her main interest is
a senior from room 31.
Commercial Club, Vice-President 33 Glee Club 1.
DARLENE F. FRANTZ Darlene
Zippl There goes Darlene at 3:30 rushing out to lVlurphy's 5 and 10 to begin
work. Darlene is a good dancer and enjoys playing the piano. She also enjoys
watching a good football game. Darlene is interested in P. D. and usually
manages to get into the discussion.
Blue and White 35 Student Librarian 2, 3.
CHARLES W. FRICK Charlie
Charlie, who hails from Bath, comes to school nearly every day without
breakfast, since he'd rather sleep than eat breakfast. Give him a gun and some
shells and he'll be satisfied. Charlie spends part of his time at noon studying
English, since it's the only subject he can't master.
Science Club 3.
RUSSELL J. FRITZ Redr
There goes Reds in a delivery truck, helping a town florist. Tall, red-haired,
with a pleasing but quiet personality, he has many friends. Reds enjoys many
outdoor sports, especially hunting. In school he can express himself, if asked,
about world affairs. After graduation he plans to start a florist shop of his own.
BER:1'0N H. FULMER Bm
Beep, beepl Beep, beep! Better watch out, kids, when "Bert's taxi" is
near-by. Bert is everyone's friend, especially the football players, as he makes
his daily rounds to pick them up for school. He's not very interested in studying,
but manages tolget along and stay out of trouble.
Football, Varsity 2, 3g Science Club 3.
HEBER T. GRAVER Heberi
Tall, silent. and studious is Heber, one of our emissaries from Cross Roads.
His favorite subjects are Algebra and German. Heber plans to be a dentist and
his honor roll grades should be of help to him at Muhlenberg next year.
Blue and White Typist 2: Comet, Associate Editor 3: Dramatic Club 2,
Treasurer 3: Science Club 2g Senior Play, Minor 3: Student Council 2.
IRENE M. HAGENBUCH Shorty
Mix these ingredients - two green eyes. one hearty laugh. and one friendly
personality - and the result will be Shorty. She is quite a chatterbox. especially
in study halls. She tells us that she intends to go in training at Lankenau
Hospital. but we wonder if Albert might not change her plans.
Band l. 2: Basketball 1, 2: Class Treasurer I: Dramatic Club. President 3:
Senior Play. Minor 31 Student Council 35 Volleyball 2. 3.
BETTY J. HARTZELL Betty
JAMES C. HAHN Ualzny
There goes Hahny with his father's blue Plymouth. He isn't too interested
in his studies and seldom carries hooks, for he claims they're a nuisance. Hahny's
spare time is spent working on his father's farm. He hasn't decided what he'll
do after school, but it definitely isn't going to be farming.
Science Club 3.
Quiet, dependable Betty can be seen after school at any time riding around
in her father's blue Plymouth. Betty is kept quite busy after school working
for the Bath Garment Company. She has her mind set on becoming a hair-
dresser in the future.
Dramatic Club 3.
ROMAINE E. HEARN Hearnie
Small in stature, but not in mind! That's Hearnie, whose name frequently
appears on the honor roll. A future business gal, she served as a magazine cam-
paign manager and on the business staff of the Comet. After graduation, Ro-
maine hopes to become an efficient secretary.
Basketball 25 Volleyball 1, 2, 33 Blue and White Typist 2. 33 Comet, Busi-
ness 3g Dramatic Club 23 Class. Assistant Secretary-Treasurer 3.
ROSE A. HEIDENWOLF Rorie
Rosie is an excellent sportswoman, whose favorite is baseball. She helped
as a typist in preparing the Comet. Rosie enjoys dancing and bowling. A cer-
tain fellow from Coplay takes quite a bit of her time.
Baseball l, 2: Volleyball 1, 2: Hockey 2: Photography Club 25 Comet Typist
.iz Commercial Club. President 3: Blue and Wlbite Typist 2, 3.
KATHRYN E. HELLER Kathy
"Come on teaml" That's Kathy cheering our team on to victory. Always
a cheery "Hi" for anyone she meets makes her everyone's friend. Collecting
records of Stan Kenton takes quite a bit of her time. In the future Kathryn
hopes to become a medical secretary.
dent 2: Glee Club 1. 2: Comet, Editorial 3.
LOUIS E. I-IESS Heffie
A familiar sight is this short, portly figure striding through the halls or along
the street, usually with his pal, Unger. Never boisterous. Louis. nevertheless,
has his share of fun. The subject of many humorous stories. Hessie will always
be remembered for his ability to make and keep friends.
Photography Club 35 Science Club 3.
Volleyball I: Basketball I: Class Secretary l 3 Dramatic Club r 1
MARION V. HIMLER Hnnler
"By Friday?" says Marion after school and Saturdays in her uncle's cleaning
shop. Although this takes much of her time, she participates in sports and is
a Comet typist. Although her vocation is still undecided, a certain senior from
room 17 might help her decide.
Comet Typist 3: Class Secretary 1, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer 2: Dra-
matic Club, Secretary 35 Prom Committee 23 Senior Play, Business 3.
MARGARET I. HOMOKI Smoky
Smoky has a great interest in roller skating and spends much of her spare
time at the skating rink at Bushkill Park. Her naturally wavy hair and her
Hashing smile add to her attractiveness. In the future she intends to enter the
Baseball I, 2: Basketball I, 23 Volleyball 1, 35 Hockey 25 Comet, Editor'
WILLIAM j. HONTZ Bill
With his broad shoulders, blond. wavy hair, bashful grin, and athletic
physique, Bill certainly possesses all the requirements for a dream boy, huh,
girls? As a Hashy quarterback on the football team, captain of the basketball
team, an ardent hunter and fisherman, and an excellent swimmer, he has
certainly proved his interest and skill in sports.
Basketball I. 2. 3: Football 1, 2, 3g Science Club 3.
ALBERT F. HOUCK Houckie
Gee, what a physique! Houckie has helped our team to victory many times.
Beside being a quiet person, he blushes very easily. Right, Marion? In his
spare time Houckie attends Science and Dramatic Clubs. Houckie intends to
become one of America's future mechanics.
Dramatic Club 3g Football 1, 2, 3: Prom Committee 2: Student Council.
Vice-President 25 Science Club 3.
MARJORIE I. HOUSER Marge
This well-dressed senior from Bath has a friendly "Hi" for everyone. Marge
enjoys all sports, especially bowling. Look out! here comes Marge and her
boyfriend in that eye-catching 1947 Dodge. Although not too interested in
school work, she can do fairly well. She is an active member of the Glee Club.
Baseball 1, 23 Glee Club 2, 33 Senior Play, Business 3.
RALPH M. HOUSER Homer
Ralph has helped the N. H. S. Band win recognition. He also helps con-
tribute to the noise in study halls and classes. One of those fellows with quite
a few girlfriends from Bangor and other places, he could probably give you Il lot
of advice on the subject of girls.
Band 1, 2, 33 Track 2.
HELEN C. HUFFSMITH Blimpy
A merry laugh, a terrific sense of humor, and the gift of gab - all add up to
Helen. Pedestrians, beware! for Blimpy is whizzing by in her black Chrysler.
Secretary of the Commercial Club is one of I-lelen's tasks. Helen plans to
become one of America's beauticians. .
Baseball 2, Basketball 2g Commercial Club, Secretary 35 Dramatic Club 1,
2: Hockey 3, Volleyball 3.
GERALD M. JONES fonerie
jonesie is one of the terrors of Belfast. He could probably do good school
work, but the spirit doesn't ever move bim. Jonesie likes hunting and girls.
In the future he will either join the army or become a plumber.
Photography Club 3.
MARY E. HUNT .Mary
Mary, who goes all out for sports, has a Hne time at most of the football
games. Her favorite pastime after school is roller skating and she can usually
be seen at a local skating rink. Mary plans to take care of children until she
decides what her career will be.
Dramatic Club 3.
WALTER J. JANDROSITZ Tinkzr
"l.et's go, gang," shouts Tinker, our big tackle on this year's football squad,
to the fellows as they all run out ofthe huddle. Tinker and homework just don't
seem to mix, but he can really work if the spirit moves him. although it seldom
does. After school he works at Klipple's service station.
Football, Varsity l, 2, 3.
ANDREW JULIUS Andy
Andy, one of our football stars. is quite popular with the girls. He seems to
be one of Miss Sloat's problem children because of his vivacious spirit in home-
room and class. With all his mischief, Andy has a big smile for everyone. In
the future he expects to become a painter.
Baseball 1, 25 Basketball, J. V. 1: Football l, 2, 3: Science Club 3g Student
Council lg Class President 1.
DOROTHY M. KAHLER Dottie
"Blue and White, Fight, Fight!" That's Dottie. One of the most energetic
girls in the senior class, Dottie has proved to be a peppy cheerleader and a
vigorous athlete who participates in all sports. Full of fun and laughter, this
happy-go-lucky lass never worries.
Baseball 1, 25 Basketball l, 2: Volleyball 1, 2. 3g Dramatic Club 33 Prom
Committee 23 Student Council. Secretary-Treasurer lg Cheerleader, J. V. 2,
ROSLYN M. KAHLER jerky
Jerky does not have to try very hard to live up to his nickname. Fun-loving
and devilish, he delights in teasing members ofthe opposite sex. His interest
in photography is shown by the skill with which he snaps and develops pictures.
jerky plans to be a mason.
Forum Club 35 Photography Club 3: Basketball, V. 1, Varsity 3.
BETTY J. KELCHNER i Betty
Here comes Betty, a tall, blonde hustler, dashing down the hall after absentee
slips. Working at G. C. Murphy Co. takes up a great deal of her time. Betty
served as a capable Comet typist. Her personality and ability will prove an
asset in her future as a secretary.
Comet Typist 33 Glee Club 1, Secretary-Treasurer 2, President 3g Magazine
Campaign, Renewal Manager 3g Prom Committee 25 Senior Play, Prompter
35 Basketball 1.
MARTIN KEPPEL r fughena'
Here comes Jughead ambling along, however as a guard on the football field,
he could speed up. One thing Martin never takes part in is studying, for this
is the least of his worries. Some of jughead's time is taken up by helping in his
Class Treasurer 35 Football, Varsity l 2, 35 Science Club, Secretary 35
WILLIAM A. KEPPEL Crow
Crow is that tall, dark-featured lad from room 17. Although he seems very
quiet, he is an ardent follower of sports. His specialty is hunting and he can be
seen roaming the fields in search of game. After graduation, Crow is going to
be one of our local milk deliverers.
Science Club 3
PAULINE B. KENYON Polly
Pauline, small in stature, but mighty in debate, won second prize in the
oratorical contest in her junior year. Polly belongs to a variety of clubs, all of
which keep her quite busy. Besides her club activities. Pauline works after
school in town. Polly plans to become a missionary.
Comer, Editorial 3g Forum Club 2, President 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Orator-
ical Contest. Znd prize, 2.
WILLIAM A. KERLER Willy
Willy is another of our many seniors who hails from Stockertown. He does
not participate in many outside activities, since he is employed at a hardware
store in Stockertown. Sports and hunting take up most of his spare time. After
graduation, Willy wants to be a truck driver,
Forum Club 35 Science Club 3.
DONALD S. KERN Kernie
Kernie's tall, lanky, figure is easily recognized in a crowd. School is not one
of his main interests. One of his assets is a rare sense of humor, but even this
backlires once in a while. His mind possesses a stubborn quality, and once it is
made up, it is not easily changed.
SHERWOOD S. KESSLER Kexrler
Beep! Beep! Here comes Kessler in his Plymouth, the jitney ofthe Belfast-
Edelmansgcrowcl. Sherwood's hidden talent probably lies in playing his trom-
bone. This chap's interests are not wholly devoted to school, because Sherwood
and school just don't mix. He is, however, one of the cut-ups ofthe class.
Photography Club 3.
Photography Club 3g Football, Assistant Manager 2
JEAN E. KLEINTOP :an
Here's one senior who studies in the I5 minute periods, hence her 90's in
bookkeeping. Jean enjoys volleyball and is very eflicient in smacking the ball
across the net. Since many of her evenings are taken up with baby sitting, she
is an expert. After graduation, Jean plans to do clerical work.
Commercial Club 3.
ALICE M. KLIPPLE u Irirh
"Ha, Hal" Who's that laughing in P. D. class? It's usually Irish who's
doing the clowning. Aside from being a clown, she is interested in all sports and
takes an active part in them. Irish hails from East Lawn.
Commercial Club 25 Dramatic Club 2g Photography Club 23 Prom Com-
mittee 2g Senior Play, Property Committee 35 Volleyball 25 Baseball 23
ADOLPH A. KLUS KO Adolph
That Adolph is bashful is proved by the way he blushes at the slightest bit
of teasing, especially from girls. Although this Bath lad is quiet, he served as a
valuable member of both football and baseball teams. His spare time is spent
at the Bath Candy Kitchen or driving around in a maroon Dodge.
Baseball 1, 23 Football 1, 2, 33 Science Club 3.
SHIRLEY ANN KNAUSS Shirley
Always laughing, always ready for fun, but never too enthusiastic about
studying - that's Shirley. Her athletic ability has urged her team on to victory
in many a gym class. Shirley is very interested in Northampton. What's
wrong with the Nazareth boys, Shirley?
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Prom Committee 2.
ISABEL S KOCHER Kocher
CHARLES E. KNECHT Ilrlooxe
Meet the first semester president ofthe senior class! Charles is a member of
the high school band and its student director. At last year's annual band con-
cert he was a clarinet soloist and he also represented N. H. S. at the District
Band at Palmerton. His studiousness should aid him at college.
Band 1, 2. Student Director 3: District Band 1, 25 Blue and White 1, 23
Comet Business 35 Class President 1, 3.
As a Comet typist Isabel helped to prepare our book for the printers.
Kocher enjoys her P. D. discussions and shows her ability to think things out
clearly. Her name frequently appears on the honor roll. We hear that she
circulates in the vicinity of Point Phillips.
Blue and White Typist 23 Blue and White, Business 35 Comet, Typist 3g
Commercial Club 23 Glee Club 2.
RICHARD W. KRAEMER Dick
"1-2-3" shouts Dick from his position as quarterback, urging the team on.
His cheery "Hello" and friendly manner toward everyone make him well-liked
by all. Much ol'Dick's spare time is spent in the kitchen at Hommer's or driving
to out-of-town spots with Charlie.
Comet, Business 3g Football V. 1, 2, Varsity 35 Science Club 33 Track 2.
Baseball, Assistant Manager lg Football, Varsity 1, 2, 3g Science Club
KENNETH W. KULP Dutch
Here's a boy that's really been around. Before coming to Nazareth, he had
attended two other high schools and served in the Navy in the South Pacific.
Dutch enjoys baseball, and building scale model airplanes and ships.
GERALD W. KURTZ Kurtziz
If you should see a group of girls crowded about a rather handsome fellow,
chances are, they're admiring Kurtzie, the most MISS informed guy in the
senior class. Kurtzie's favorite hobby is chemistry. He experiments regularly
and sometimes with startling and unexpected results.
33 Track 2.
ANNA B. LAUBACH Ann
Despite her after-school job, Ann does take an interest in her school work.
What makes Anna want to study Consumer Science? Could it be because of
her interest in a certain mechanic?
Blue and Vllhite Typist 25 Dramatic Club 35 Glee Club 1, 2.
ROBERT G. LEH Bobby
"Well, the way I look at things, it seems to me that"- yes, it's the professor
himself starting one of his daily speeches in P. D. class. That Bobby is an able
speaker was shown by his winning first prize in the Oratorical Contest in his
Band 1, 2, Librarian 3, Blue and White 1, 2g Comet, Photography 33
Forum Club 1, 23 Oratorical Contest 1, 25 Science Club 2g Senior Play, Major
33 Photography Club 2.
HILDA A. LIEBERMAN Hilda
One activity that Hilda especially likes is working on the Blue and White
Business stall. She was also a faithful member of the Commercial Club and
enjoyed the club trips. Since Hilda enjoys square dancing, you will probably
find her at Tatamy Fire Hall on Saturday nights.
Blue and White, Business 2, 3s Commercial Club 2, 3.
ANNA M. MANNING 1 Shorty
Look at our future air hostess! The frequent appearance of her name on the
honor roll should help her in her ambition. She is a faithful sport fan and a
friend to all. Although she is quite busy, Anna still finds time for her friends.
Baseball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 2, 33 Volleyball 1, 2, 33 Hockey 2, 39 Dramatic
Club 2, 3g Senior Play, Business 3.
GLORIA M. MARSH llfarrhie
"Not so much noise!" says Marshie trying to keep the library quiet as she
goes about her duties of student librarian. Gloria is always ready to give a
helping hand to anyone who needs it. As the eHicient and capable business
manager, Gloria helped to make our Comet a success. After graduation, she
hopes to become a secretary.
Blue and VVhite Typist 2, 35 Comet, Business Manager 35 Commercial
Club 1, 2, Vice-President 23 Prom Decorating Committee 29 Student Librarian
ARDALENE M MATTHIAS Ardalene
MICHAEL MASTER, JR. Mike
Here's Mike, our Bing Crosby, whose singing and acting was a real asset to
A Daz: With Judy. Mike also showed his skill in basketball when he helped us
out of some pretty tight spots. He does enjoy driving around in his 1946 Chevy.
Band, Color Guard 23 Baseball 15 Basketball, J. V. 1, Varsity 2g Student
Council lg Photography Club 33 Senior Play, Major 3.
That Ardalene loves to gab is evident by the fact that she takes a great
interest in giving out the latest gossip. A commercial student, she is preparing
to be someone's secretary in the future.
Blue and White, Business 35 Commercial Club 2g Glee Club 2.
DORIS J. MEYERS Doris
"Hit it, hit it!" cries Doris in volleyball season as she spurs her team to
victory. Besides being one of our typists for the Comet, Doris types for the
Blue and White. Since her favorite subjects are typing and shorthand, Doris
plans to become either a private secretary or a typist. .
Blue and White Typist 2, 35 Comet Typist 33 Commercial Club 2.
ELIZABETH C. MIKSCH ' amy
Although Betty is very active in the Student Council and the Commercial
Club, she is a good student and her name appears frequently on the honor roll.
Playing the part ofHannah, the maid, Betty helped A Date With judy be a suc-
cess. After school she plans to become a secretary.
Volleyball 1, 2g Baseball 23 Commercial Club 1, President 2: Dramatic Club 2,
Vice-President 3: Magazine Campaign, Assistant Manager 2, Manager 3: Prom
Entertainment Committee 23 Class Treasurer 2g Student Council 3g Senior
Play, Minor 35 Comer, Business 3.
just consult Betty.
BERNICE L. MILLHEIM Bernie
Dancing seems to be Bernie's main interest. just mix a laugh, a good sense
of humor, and the ability to make friends and you'll have Bernie. However,
she doesn't believe in putting her heart and soul into her work. Perhaps it's
because it belongs to Harold.
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Prom, Refreshment Committee 2.
GLADYS M. MILTENBERGER
team on to victory.
25 Volleyball 1.
CHRISTINA M ITCH
Blue and White Typist 25 Cheerleader, J. V. 1, 24 Dramatic Club 35 Comet,
Editorial Staff 3, Senior Play, Business Manager 35 Student Council 2.
ELIZABETH M. MILKOVITS Betty
. "Shootl Shootli' shouts Betty as she urges her Simple Simons on to victory.
All work and no play make Milkovits a dull girl, so she says. There's never a
dull moment when Betty is around, and if you want the latest gossip tid-bit,
Although Gladys comes from out of town, that doesn't prevent her from
taking part in the band and other school activities. Putting all her energy into
it, she can be found at every football game beating the drum and urging her
Band 35 Baseball 1, 2g Dramatic Club 1, 23 Glee Club 25 Student Librarian
Chris would rather read a good library book in study hall than study her
lessons. She likes to dance and listen to popular music. She enjoys playing
basketball, her favorite sport. Chris is also an active member of the Dramatic
Club. In the near future she would like to be a stenographer.
Baseball 1, 25 Basketball 23 Commercial Club 1, 2g Dramatic Club 3g Glee
Club 1, 25 Magazine Campaign, Publicity Manager lg Volleyball 1.
GUSTAVE F. MONDSCH EIN Crux
Gus, one of our Bath students, lives in a world of his own. He speaks very
little, and then only when spoken to. However, we do know he takes a liking
to girls. Who's the attraction, Gus? Charlie Frick and Gus are ardent pals and
spend a lot of time together.
Science Club 3.
WILLIAM B. MOREY Bill
Looking for Bill? You can be sure to find him in the center - of the football
team, of a bull session, or having the central position of the class as president.
Morey has proved his athletic ability by his three years as a varsity football man.
Bill is one of the most popular boys in the class, despite that little bald spot.
He hopes to become a doctor.
Football, Varsity 1, 2, 35 Prom, Committee 25 Science Club 35 Student
Council 13 Class President 1.
BETTY JANE, NAGLE Chubby
"Come on, team! Let's go!" That's Chubby, giving her usual pep talk in
gym class. She is an excellent baseball and basketball player. It seems that
Chubby enjoys sports better than doing school Work. She has no plans for her
Athletic Council 23 Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 25 Commercial Club 1, 2g
Dramatic Club 35 Volleyball 1, 2.
ALBERT G. NEEL Neely
Albert doesn't look like the football player that he is, but on the football
field he is full of vim, vigor, and vitality. However, he doesn't believe in over-
work, at least not in school. He keeps in step with the latest styles in men's
clothes - overalls and "T" shirts. Albert plans to enter college.
Basketball, J. V. 1, Varsity 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 3g Science Club 33 Student
Council 35 Class Secretary-Treasurer 1, Secretary 2. ,
RAYMOND R. N EUN ER N euner
Tootl Toot! This is our little man with the big horn, the tuba. Although
Neuner doesn't like school, he manages to get by nicely. He is interested in
electricity and radio, both of which he would like to weave into his future.
Band 1, 2, 33 Science Club 2, 33 Track 2.
RODNEY D. NOLF Snujy
Although younger than most of the members of the senior class, Rodney is
popular among his fellow students. And, although he is not an exceptional
student, he can and does good work if he wants to'. His main interests include
hunting, trapping, and fishing.
Forum Club 33 Senior Play, Property Committee 3. '
DOROTHY M. OPLINGER Dani:
A merry giggle, sparkling brown eyes, rather small of stature, and lots of
pep identify Dottie. A commercial student, she is interested in sports. Dottie
is our female Bob Hope, keeping us posted on the latest jokes.
Dramatic Club 23 Glee Club 1. '
ROZALIA H. OSTROWS KI Roxie
Although she may seem quiet and timid, Rosie puts all her energy into a
volleyball game. Rosie is one of those lucky lassies who has a driver's license.
In the future she would like to work in an ollice.
Blue and YVhite Typist 2, 3g Commercial Club 2, 3. '
STELLA H. OSWALD Stella
An ever-present smile is Stellzfs trademark. Having a special fondness for
sports, she participated actively in all of them. Since Coplay holds the interest
of this fair lass, she isn't seen very much in Nazareth.
Blue and White Typist 2, 33 Commercial Club 35 Photography Club 25
ANTHONY A. PANCOTTINE Tony
Ifyou're looking for Tony, you will most likely find him in the library, where
most of his fifteen minute periods are spent gabbing with the guys from
Stoekertown. Tony is not too interested in school, but he manages to get along.
What about girls? Oh, he likes them all.
Student Council 3. 1
MARLYN R. PETTY Marlyn
Marlyn's broad smile for everyone makes him outstanding among his pals.
Bringing the fellas to school in his old Ford seems to be one of his big joys.
Hunting and fishing hold much ofhis interest while school seems to be one of his
lesser joys. His ambition, he says, is to become an electrician.
HATTIE E. PETZ H attire
"The Seal The Seal" That was Hattie's chant as the elocutionist ofthe
senior play, A Dale Will: judy. Ifyou see a gray Plymouth with smoke pouring
out ofit, don't be alarmedg Hattie has just been driving with the hand brake on.
Baseball 25 Dramatic Club 35 Senior Play, Minor 35 Volleyball 2.
become a truck driver.
D ' . 1
RICHARD H. REAGAN Dick
Swish! There goes that Ford with Dick at the steering wheel. His little
Model A serves as a means of transportation for him and his schoolmates.
Richard has a fondness for horses and rides in his spare time. He plans to be a
mechanic after graduation.
GERALDINE A. REESE Gerry
That slim and neat Gerry is another ofthe dependable commercial students
is proved by her willingness to work as a Comet typist. She is an active member
of the Dramatic Club. Over weekends, Gerry works at Lou's Diner. Claude
works there, too, huh, Gerry?
Baseball 25 Basketball 23 Comet Typist 35 Blue and White Typist 25 Dra-
matic Club 35 Glee Club 1, 2.
PAUL S. PORT Paul
Paul hails from the city of Stockertown. He is rather silent in school but
out of school, he's quite a talker. Paul showed great interest in Mr. Gouldmg., s
"Weekend Work Camp" project and spent some time there. He intends to
ramatrc Club 3, I rom, Refreshment Committee 25 Science Club 3.
Comet, Editorial 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 25 Prom Com-
JOHN M. REICHART john
Although john seems quiet in school, he can make himself heard with the
gang. He enjoys reading library books in his study periods. john, one of the
few general students taking German, can be heard trying out his German on
Science Club 3.
AUDREY M. ROBERTS A-udrey
Audrey, seemingly quiet on the surface, isn't quiet at all in Chem lab,
German class, or in the lunch room. l-ler hobby is corresponding with her many
foreign pen pals. Audrey's name is a regular feature on the honor roll, for she is
conscientious and a hard worker. Her aim for the future is to be a nurse.
mittee 29 Student Librarian 2, 3.
MARGARET I. RULOFF Peanutf
One glance at Peanuts will show how she gained her nickname. Small,
lively, talkative, and a friendly personality describe her accurately. Her ability
in commercial work was shown by her work as a Comet typist. After graduation
she will seek secretarial work.
Basketball 23 Blue and White Typist 25 Comet Typist 33 Magazine Cam-
paign, Renewal Manager 25 Prom Committee 2.
EMMA I. SAYLOR Emma
"Hold on, kids!" shouts Emma as she whizzes by in her girl-filled Chevy.
This tall, slim senior is active in gym class and has helped her team out of many
tight spots. After school each day she works at the waist mill. In the future
Emma intends to be a secretary.
Commercial Club 3, Dramatic Club 2.
GRACE F. SCHAFFER Grace
Want to know about the latest book she read? Grace could probably give
you a good summary, for reading is a favorite hobby along with talking and
writing letters. Grace isn't too interested in school, but she usually manages to
come through all right.
Dramatic Club 1, 2g Glee Club 1, 2, 3.
KATHLEEN M. SCHISLER Kitten
Kitten would like to spend the rest of her life just dancing. Schisler and
homework do not mix very well, but she does enjoy all sports. It seems that
deciding between Nazareth and Easton takes a great deal of her time.
Basketball 1, 25 Commercial Club, Treasurer 35 Glee Club 1, 2.
KATHLEEN A. SCHNERR Schnerr
"I'll drive men mad, mad, mad!" That's Kathleen as Judy in the senior
play. She holds two top positions at N. H. S. - Co-editor ofthe Blue and
White and Associate Editor of the Comet. In the future she hopes to enter
Band, Drum Majorette 2, 35 Blue and White 1, Associate Editor 2, Co-Editor
35 Comet, Associate Editor 35 Glee Club 1, 2: Student Council 15 Senior Play,
Major 35 Prom Committee 25 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3.
HERBERT H. SCHRAMM Herbie
Herbie is a prankster and manages to be out of the teachers' good graces
much ofthe time. After school he works or can be seen driving his father's car
around town. When he graduates, he plans to be a moritcian.
Forum Club 3.
HILDA M. SCHULTZ Shorty
Hilda believes in expressing her opinion, especially when she feels she's
right. Shorty can hardly ever be seen going anywhere slowly, especially on her
daily noon hike out to East Lawn. Hilda's strong imagination should bring her
lots of fun in the art of hairdressing.
Dramatic Club 2, 35 Glee Club 25 Senior Play, Property Committee 3,
PHYLLIS M. SHERMAN Phyl
Phyl rushes from Blue and White to Comet Editorial Staff meeting or maybe
basketball or baseball, because she participates in many activities. Sherman
is interested in everything except boys.
Baseball 15 Basketball 15 Blue and White 1, Associate Editor 2, Co-Editor
35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 15 Photography Club 25 Prom Committee
25 Senior Play, Minor 3.
CATHERINE E. SIEGFRIED Siggie
Whiz! There goes Siggie a minute or two before the buzzer. One of our
town students whose name sometimes appears on the honor roll, she is always
ready to defend what she thinks is right. Siggie's pleasing personality has won
her many friends. Her goal is to be a competent and efficient nurse.
Comet, Editorial 35 Dramatic Club 2: Glee Club 2g Prom Decorating Com-
mittee Zg Student Council 3.
DOROTHY M. SILFIES Dorothy
Dorothy is small and inclined to be rather quiet. Sports do not appeal to
her very much, but she enjoys singing and was a member of the Glee Club.
LUELLA G. SMITH
Dorothy is an out-of-town commercial student.
Dramatic Club l, 2, 35 Glee Club 2.
.I ,, s
GLORIA M. SMITH Smitty
A Dodge, a small fox terrier, and leisure time for listening to records are the
most valuable possessions of Smitty. Next to these, Gloria likes ice and roller
skating and enjoys frequent dunks in near-by Belfast creek. As to the future,
Gloria is debnitely undecided.
Dramatic Club 2, 35 Glee Club 2.
Here's Lu, that popular cutie of the senior class. As Glee Club pianist and
an active band member, Lu is developing her musical talent. One ofber favorite
pastimes is dancing. Her probable future - maybe Soapy can answer that,
Band I, 2, Secretary and Treasurer 35 Comet, Editorial 35 Dramatic Club
1, 25 Glee Club, Accompanist 1, 2, 33 Prom, Decorating Committee 2.
BETTY A. SMOYER Bm
Bets would like to dance her life away and never go to school. She enjoys
driving around in that Black Chevy. Betty was Mrs. Hotchkiss, the proud
mother of talented Eloise, in A Date With judy. Bets would like to become a
Comet, Editorial Stal? 35 Glee Club 13 Senior Play, Minor 3.
CARL G. SOLT Soapy
Not too stuclious, but full of mischief- that's Soapy. After school and
Saturdays he is employed at Solt's garage. He is fond of dancing, especially
with a certain senior girl from room 25. In the future he intends to be an auto-
Football lg Prom, Decorating Committee 2.
LORETTA R. SPANGENBERG Spangie
Because this miss formerly lived in Bangor, she couldn't decide where her
allegiance belonged. The temptation of N. H. S. was too great and now she's a
loyal Nazareth rooter. Although she may seem quiet, she is a good student and
is preparing for a nursing career.
Dramatic Club 2, 35 Forum Club 3.
LORAINE M. SPENGLER Rainy
Rainy's sole interest in school is home economics. Maybe this is in prepa-
ration lor her future which will be well taken care of by Harold. A hobby that
occupies a lot of I.oraine's time is collecting fancy pieces of glassware.
Dramatic Club 35 Glec Club 1.
CATHERINE STELTZMAN Cathy
A whiz on the gym floor, Cathy is interested in every sport. Ifyou want to
keep up with the latest gossip, just ask Cathy. After graduation, she hopes to
become a secretary or a bookkeeper.
Baseball 25 Basketball 25 Volleyball 25 Commercial Club 35 Dramatic Club
25 Glee Club 2, 3.
DONALD R. STOUDT U no
Did you say a physique! That is what this Tatamy lad possesses. One of
our powerful fullbacks, he helped our team to victory. Donald and schoolwork
don't mix, but a certain senior from room 33 seems to get along with him quite
well. Donald claims he needs a rest after graduation. From what, Donald?
Football, Varsity 2, 3.
ARLING G. STOUT Arling
Arling's favorite pastime is fishing, although we never saw any of his catches.
He has quite a sense of humor, we're told. Arling was one of Mr. Kostenbadefs
willing assistant stage managers during the senior play.
Basketball, Assistant Manager 2g Football, Assistant Manager lg Photo-
graphy Club 3g Senior Play, Assistant Stage Manager 3.
RICHARD R. STOUT Dick
Putt, putt! Putt. putt! Here comes Dick to school on his motor bike.
Since Dick works at Paff and Darrohn's Garage, he doesn't have time for after-
school activities. Although Richard enjoys deer hunting, he isn't very interested
in school. After graduation, he plans to become a mechanic.
Science Club 3.
OWEN H. SULLIVAN Sully
Who's that mighty guard blocking his stiff opponents in that all-important
football game? It's Sully, lighting with determination to win. Besides football,
Sully enjoys driving the East Lawn gang to school. He has little interest in
school subjects, and his future appears to be undecided.
Football, Varsity 1, 2, 39 Track 23 Science Club 3.
ALEENE V. SWEITZER Switzer
Buzz! Buzz! Buzz! No, it's not Walter Winchelg it's just Aleene spreading
the latest gossip. Quiet! Switzer never heard the word. Her pleasing per-
sonality plus a cheery smile make her a friend to everyone. Her latest - you'll
just have to ask Switzer - we're too confused!
Baseball 23 Basketball 23 Blue and White 35 Dramatic Club 3.
' BETTY M. TAJNAY Betty
In Betty's junior year she came to us from Sewanhaka High School on Long
Island. She likes sports of any kind from hiking and swimming to hunting and
baseball. Betty has a three mile hike to school every morning and she claims
she enjoys it.
Comet, Editorial 3g Dramatic Club 39 Forum Club, Vice-President 35 Glee
ROBERT E. TAYLOR ' Bob
Bob's shortness has not handicapped him in any way, because many a time
he entered a football game and helped to win a victory. Bob claims he enjoys
hunting and Hsbing more than going to school: however he seems to be having a
good time in school.
Baseball lg Basketball J. V. 1: Football Varsity 1, 2, 3g Dramatic Club 3.
BETTY JANE TENGES Berry
Although little interested in school clubs, Betty helped at the refreshment
stand during home football games. She was one of the active and dependable
typists on the Comet staff. Betty's interest lies in Easton. She plans to become
Baseball 1: Basketball lg Volleyball 1: Comet Typist 35 Commercial Club
lg Glee Club 1.
become a nurse.
DOLORES E. TRINKLE Dolly
Dolly is a small, care-free girl who doesn't believe in worrying. Although
she may seem very shy and innocent, she is really a very talkative and impish
lass. Four of her main hobbies are reading, writing letters to Bethlehem and
France, collecting recipes for her hope chest, and forgetting to do her lessons.
Dramatic Club 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2g Photography Club 2.
JACK o. TURNER fuk
Jack is one ofthe industrious and popular senior boys. His main interest
and pastime is hunting. Although everyone has ability to some degree, few can
apply their ability as well as Jack. When he graduates, he would like to enter
college. His main goal in life is to be a farmer.
Comet, Business Staff 3g Dramatic Club 3g Senior Play, Stage Manager 3.
JOYCE H. TRACH oyce
"Come on, team! Let's go," shouts Joyce, one of our varsitx cheerleaders
One of the best dressed gals at Nazareth High, Joyce helped to w rite personalities
for the Comet. Although Dechie occupies a lot of her time Joyce plans to
Cheerleader, J. V. 2. Varsity 31 Comet, Editorial 3 Class Secretary 1
Treasurer 2: Dramatic Club 2, 35 Glee Club 2 Prom Committee 2 Student
CARL V. UHLER - ' Butch
"Better late than never," seems to be Butch's motto, since he usually pops
into school about a minute before the buzzer rings. When there's a racket in
room 31, you can be sure Butch is in the center of it. Although he is not too
interested in school, he does get along. Most of Carl's spare time is spent in
Student Council 3.
ANTHONY J. UNGER Tony
Tony hails from Cherry Hill. He usually pals around with Hessie, but as
yet has not ridden on Louie's motorcycle. Tony is quiet but he thinks a lot.
As he is interested in trees, his ambition is to become a nursery expert.
Forum Club, Secretary-Treasurer 3.
ROBERT J. UNGER Unger
That silence is golden seems to be Unger's motto and it's too bad that more
of us can't be like this chap. He comes to school on his bike in any kind of
weather. Unger is a very attentive student who tries to make good in all his
subjects. He is still undecided about what he'll do after graduation.
. RICHARD J. VENTIN D1ck
Dick has given many of his classmates quite a few laughs with his quick wit.
Since he spends his time working in his uncle's barber shop, he doesn't go out for
sports, although he does taken an interest in them.
Science Club 3.
DALE D. VOGEL Vogel
Vogel is one of the N. H. S.'s active athletes. As end on the football squad
and outfielder on the baseball team, he has proved to be a great asset to our
sports. Give Vogel a rifle and shells and he's all set to venture into the outdoors.
Vogel plans to be an automobile mechanic.
Baseball 2, 33 Football, Varsity 2, 39 Science Club 3.
VIOLA V. WATSON shorty
Viola, a cute little tylte, is appreciated for her infectious grin and her keen
sense of humor. The only school activity she is in is the glee club. Shorty
works hard at her lessons, so that she will be able to work as an oliice girl after
Commercial Club I. 2: Dramatic Club 2: Glee Club 2: Senior Play, Prop-
erty Committee 3: Volleyball 2.
HAROLD S. WEISS Harold
Harold's hobbies are hunting and fishing. He is not interested in school, but
manages to get passing grades. Lately. he enjoys going to Bethlehem. Harold
intends to be a chicken farmer alter graduation.
Photography Club 3.
LORRAINE M. WERKHEISER
help ber as a secretary. A
KATHARINE L. WINN Winnie
NVhizz - what's that? It's Winnie riding by in her new Mercury. Besides
being on the editorial staff of the Blue and White, Winnie was an editor and wrote
personalities for the Comet. As she is actively interested in art education, she
plans to enter college and major in ir.
Blue and White, Editorial 1, 2, 35 Comet, Associate Editor 3: Dramatic
Club I. 2. 3: Glee Club 1, 2: Prom, Entertainment Committee, 2: Senior Play,
Publicity Committee 3: Student Council 3.
DOLORES M. WOODRING Woody
Wherever there's laughter, there's sure to be Woody. Although she is one
ofthe best chatterboxes in the senior class, she can really hold her own in an
argument. After graduation, Wvoody plans to work in an oliice.
Blue and White. Editorial 2, Typist 3: Glee Club 3: Student Librarian l.
Blue and White Typist 2: Comet Typist 3: Commercial Club 23 Dra-
matic Club 3: Magazine Campaign, Renewal Manager 2.
Lorraine is a capable, industrious commercial student, well-liked by her
classmates. As typist for the Comet, she demonstrated her ability which should
RUTH N. YOUNG Ruthie
"Be quiet, Randolph," shouts Ruthie as Mrs. Foster in A Date With fudy.
Her inborn dramatic ability was a great asset to the success ofthe senior play.
In the future, she hopes to become a nurse.
Comet, Editorial 3g Dramatic Club 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2: Senior Play, Major
3, Student Librarian 2, 3.
EDWARD F. YANDRASITS Eddie
Eddie is a great sport when it comes to hunting and fishing. How's your
luck, Eddie? As a member ofthe Science Club, Eddie shows a great interest in
our scientific world. Although he is quite good looking, he doesn't seem to be
interested in girls, huh, Eddie?
Science Club 3.
DORIS M. YEISLEY Dori:
"Shoot, shoot," yells Doris, one of our ardent basketball players. Although
not very much interested in school, she does manage to get along. Doris, just
what do you intend to do in the future? It seems rather vague to everyone.
Baseball 23 Basketball 1, 2g Volleyball 2, 35 Commercial Club 3.
KARL ZELLER Charlie
Charlie is interested in "messing around" with chemicals, electricity, and
craftwork of all kinds, which makes an interesting conglomeration in his cellar.
Karl's main sport is hunting and he loves nothing more than to take to held and
stream at the expense of school. In the future Karl plans to attend college.
Comet, Editorial 3.
WARREN C. ZERFASS Clint
Clint's favorite subject, he tells. us, is study hall. A man of many interests,
he may be found anywhere but homeroom 31 in the Fifteen minute periods. His
hobby is playing the alto horn in the hand, and this he does very well. After
graduation, he plans to enlist in the Navy.
Band 1, 2, 3.
ELIZABETH A. ZIEGLER Liz
I-lere's Liz, an Editor ofthe Comet and a co-editor of the Blue and White.
Liz is an excellent student and has proved to he a dependable and faithful
worker. In the future Liz plans to enter college.
Athletic Council, Vice-President 2g Blue and White 1, .Associate Editor
2, Co-Editor 3: Comet, Editor 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1,
2: Student Council 2: Photography Club 23 Class President 25 Basketball lg
Senior Play, Publicity Committee 3.
ROBERT A. ZIPF Robert
Robert enjoys farming, autos, and horses, but most of all, just doing nothing.
Although he thinks school is dull, he does manage to do fairly good work. Girls
are his bug-a-boo and he thinks they're very uninteresting.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President ...... .
Vice-President. . .
Secretary ..... . . .
Treasurer. . . .............. . . . .
President ..... ................. .
. .Charles Knecht
. .Robert Frack
. . .Martin Keppel
. .John Bensing
Vice-President. . . . . .Raymond Neuner
Secretary ...... . .
Fin! Row: Benevcgro, Albani, Dorozowski, Brodt, DeLong, Desr, Cressman. Sfrond Row: Dros
nock. Bond, Deutsch. Abel. Balley, Berger, Bortz. Third Roig: R. Butts. Cnmprmaro, Correll
Dlelml. Bartholomew. L. Butz. Dorozowslzx, Andrews.
Firxt Row: Filiulnl, Franczak. Gaunu-r. Frey, lfralxlc. Hamll, Giovanni. Second Roco: Guhringer, l"L-hr.
J. Frantz. Fcrrnro. Freusronu. lflory. Gamlwoni, Nl. Frantz. Gregory. Third Row: Gollnrz. lirlclmzm.
A. lfckhart, Gower. l.. lfcklmrr, Gnmnwr, cl1lllll1l'l', Fischl. Flick, l'-llSSl.
, A A , . ,. A, -
' A 1 H - - L . ' .
Fin! Row: Kahler. Himler. Happel, Kelchner, Kilpatrick, Johnson, Keller. Second Row: T. Hahn,
M. Klepeisz. Hoch, Houck. F. Heckman. Henshue. Keiper. A. Heyer, Harharr. Third Row: Karlo-
witch, F. Klcpeisz, C. Hahn, S. Klepeisz, Kleintop, l.. Hahn, Henning, H. Heclcman, Keppel,VV. Hahn.
Fin! Row: Kowitz. Kremer, l.icht. Kowalzck, Peters. Kuhns. A. Miller. Second Row: Kraemer
Meyers, Metz, l.ahr, Kline, Meyers, l,ei'ch, l.eh. l,eh, Miller. Tliirrl Row: Mucha. Kratz, Peterson
C. l,eh, Kostenlmcler, Pzigni, Olson, Mohn, Nagle, Moser.
Ag A 4.
Firft Row: l.. Roth, Prirclmrcl. Port, Phillips, Remaley, Saylor. Schefller. Second Row: Remsing,
Reichard, Shimer, Pike, A. Roth, Rapp, Reagan, R. Roth, Santo, Petraglia. Third Row: Seig-
fried, D. Shafer, l'l. Roth, R. Rothrock, Senneca. Schoeneberger, M. Rissmiller, Pierzga, Marlyn Roth,
M AR ION SAYLOR
Junior C 14155
First Row: Welty. Suter. F. Unger, Teel, VVay, Stampf, Thomas. Second Row: L. Smith, Wam
bold, Zellner, Shook, Wunclerly, Shimer, Tomino, Yandrasitz, Vetovitz. Third Row: Trach, R
Smith, Shotwell, K. Unger, D. Teel, Wessner, Steward, Werkheiser.
Fin! Row: Christmzm. Buss, Ciarrocchi. Anderson. Bell, Bourguignon. Butz. Sfrond Row: Camalinc,
Gross, Bealer, Beam, Bush, Altemose. Third Row: Bensnng, Allch, Ardumx, Buck.
Firxt Row: Fassel, Cortez, K. Engler, Edelman, Engler, Clewell, Farnack. Szcoml Row: Clift,
Faust, Drum, Clark, Culver, Fehncl, Eyer, Davis. Third Row: Dusinski, Counts, Eickolf, Detwiler,
JEAN H. YOUNG
Firxl Row: Gori, Fritchic, Germanton, F. Hahn, Gamboni. P. Hahn, Hamel. Second Row: A. Graver,
Garr, Fromm, Fuls, Nl. Hahn, Gross, Fry, Gaston. Tlzirrl Row: Gillingham Hamm, A. Ferraro,
R.Graver, Fehnel, V. Ferraro, Fraclc.
First Row: Herd, Hofer, lf. Jones. Heyer, H. Kindt, King, Hayden. Second Row: Kcrler. Kenyon
Henshue, Heckman, Johnson. Knecht, Kern, Kecnhole. Third Row: Houck, Kline, D. Jones
Hoadley, R. Kinclt, Kcmmercr, Hartzcll.
Firxl Row: Matthews, Manning, McCandleSs, Martino, Miltenherger, Kocher, Kromer. Sera-mi
Row: Ralph Millheim, Marrh, Richard Mlllheim, Kratzer, Kostenbader. Macey, Miller. Nlutrhias.
Third Row: Miksch, Miller, Loder, Lentz. Mann, Koehler, Lindenmoyer, Nlarasitz.
F1'r.rlRo:c.'.' Rissmiller, Mitch, Pleiss, Pike. Person, Rinker. Payonk. Second Row: Peters, Rampulla,
lN'lln11icl1, Regi, Ott, Muth, Neumann. Third Row: Nagle, Newhnrd, Remel, Nolf, bl. Reagan, Reimer,
Mittman, L. Reagan.
First Row: L. Roth, Shimer. Sandt, Shireman, G. Smith, Silhes, P. Smith. Serond Ro-zu: Schlener
Solderitch, Starner, Siegal, Trinkle, Rumsey. Smith, Ruloff. Third Row: Rogers, Stark, Sweitzer
Shafer, R. Roth, Siegfried, Seyfried, Robinson.
Sophomore C lass
Fin! Row: Troutmann, -lean H. Young, Thomas, Wveiner, Ursprung, VVerner, Toth. Srconrl Row:
Yost, Jean O. Young, Weiss, Unger, Stout, Umstead, XVIITIITIEF, Werkhelser. Tfzird Row: Zellner,
Wambold, T. Sutter, Unger, Wagner, Walsh, C. Sutter, Yavorski.
D fren fn Q. 1 IX
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SEWING AND SHOP
learn to file,
and to use the
Working out the Financial Statements
Students for the Buszhess World
Demonstrating a Proposition in Geometry
Learning Everyday Business Arithmetic
Fitness ez Necessity
Nlaking a ,decision in Student Council
TH E COM ET
Dorothy Everitt Phyllis Sherman
Heber Graver Katharine Winn
Kathleen Schnerr Elizabeth Ziegler
Kathryn Heller l,uella Smith
Margaret Homoki Betty Smoyer
Pauline Kenyon Betty Tajnay
Robert Leh Joyce Trash
Audrey Roberts Ruth Young
Catherine Siegfried Karl Zeller
Rose lleiclenwolf Doris Meyers
Marion Himler Geraldine Reese
Betty Kelchner Margaret Ruloll'
Isabel Koeher Betty Tenges
Joyce Auchcnbach Charles Kneeht
Frances Altemose Richard Kraemer
Robert Beers Gloria Marsh
Romaine I-learn Elizabeth Miksch
Miss Elizabeth Sloar, Erlilorial
Miss .lean Clute, .flrl
Mrs. Clair Metzger, Bu.ri1zr.fJ
Phyllis Shernian Kathleen Sehnerr
Lorraine Filield Thelma lflory
Ollie Ann Ott
Pauline Dororcwe li
Mr. Gordon Feller
Mr. bl. Frederic Knecht
Mrs. Thomas Kolessar
Mrs. Clair Metzger
Mr. Quentin Zell
A Comedy in Three Acts CAST OF CHARACTERS
by judy Foster ................. ........... K athleen Schnerr
A Q U L H m Mr. Forter ....... ........ R obert Leh
' LMLN hbuh gllrx. Foftcr ....... ...... R uth Young
Randolph Fortcr .... .....A. R obert Beers
Pfffml-ffd by Oogie ..... ...... ..... M i chael Master
1 1 - Barbara ...... . . .Kathleen Altemose
wh SENIOR CLAS num. e......,.. ....,.. 1 Barbara Don
NAZARETH HIGH SCHOOL Ilammh ............ ..... E lizabeth Miksch
Mfr. Schlutzliavmner. .... Phyllis Sherman
Di,,m.d by Mr. Martindale. . . ..... Charles Faust
rllrf. Ilotchkin ........ ..... B etty Smoyer
MR- KOSTENBADER Eloire Hotchkbf ......... ..... H attie Petz
Rfxford Merideth 0,C:O17,'lLL'7' . .... Heber Graver
December -I and 5 Suriv ................. . . .Irene Hagenbuch
First Row: Schnerr, Master, Mr. Kostenbader, Leh, Young. Second Row: Faust, Kelchner, Doll, Altemose, Sherman,
Beers. Third Row: Hagenbuch, Smoyer, Graver, Petz, Miksch.
There z1in't room in this she-
ang for me and that Carnation
"Haloo, I-Ialoo, I-I:1loo,'
repeats Mitzi as a famous
"I've got a date with Judy," Oogie croons Judy and Barbara before the dance
NIR. A. C. Wumnoruix, Diff-rotor
CHARLES KNECHT, Student Direcfor
C o1'm't5 Bell!
C la r imrtr
Director ....................... Augustine Carl XYGi'1l1OfCl'
. . . Siudevnt Director ..... ..................... C harles Kvlccht
Hlgh School Audltorlum Sxcrftary-Trmyurer ......................... Luelln Smith
Affixtant Srcretarv-Trefuzlref' .............. Barbarzl Shimer
jway 5' 6, and 7 Librarimzf ...... fjonnne Engler, Robert Leh, Bruce Reimer
Qzmriermnftfr ..................,....... Rnymorul NLxll!1I'l'
Down with the Jolly R
PRINCIPAI S IN
. , "BLOW MIC DOWN"
. ianzlingx Marjorie Frant , V
7, incent Ferriro.
i lmm Gaston C1rl R
. . Ellltfl, Larry Reqgnn.
Roger Counts. -loan lfrnlule. SifIing.' Miriam
Kownlczlc. Linforcl Flh ' '
1. nel, Lflgnr Pehnel,
Blow Me Down
April 8 and 9
Mrs. M. M. Hand
Firxt row: Betty Kclchlicr.
Louise Smith. Mrs. Hand
Shirley Knauss, Barbara Doll.
Second row: Bernice Miliheim
Anita Roth. Mildred Detwiler,
Miriam Kownlczk, joan
Frablc, Marjorie Frantz.
books in and out each
Hfteen minute period
Ffrfi Row: Benvengo, Fehr, Shiremnn, Miss
Wagner. Unger. Frantz, D. Franczak.
Srmnd Row: Christman, Fassl, Mitch, Edel-
man. Siegel. Licht. Johnson. C. Ciqrrochi.
Albam, Dest. Kosirz, Giovanni.
Tl11'rJRo'w.' lVleyers, S. Franczak, Wimmer,
Clark. Anderson. Fazekns. A. Cmrrocln,
Rnmpulla. Faust. Clilr. Osrrowski.
Fin! Row: Oswald, Deufsch. Pike, Miss
Vlfagner, Yeislcy, Schisler, Rlnker.
Srcmnl Rofv: Drosnoclc, Thomas, HllHvSIl1lIl1,
Klepiez, Dorozowslci, Zellner, Peters. Heiclen-
wolf, Dailey, A. Kahler.
7'l1inIRmu: l,ahr, Hzull, Heckman, Srampf,
G. Smith, Heyer. Kilpatrick, Saylor. Klein-
rop. ljclwrmzin. Keller.
raphy Clu lu
Mr. Roth explaining photo tech
niques to a group ofthe Photog
Firfi Row: Krntz, Rnlthropc
Nl. Keppel. Mr. Owt-ns. Kurtz
Julius, Keller. Sammi' Rafi'
Moser. Hess, Ncuner, R. Roth
Frick, Gaumer, W. Keppel
Reichard, M. Roth. W. Hahn
Karlowitch, Stout. Third Roco
Houck, El. Hahn, 'lZlIlKlI'1lSlI'Z,
Yunclrasitz. Andrews, C. Hahn
Rapp, Sullivan, Neel. Port
Butts. Fourth Row: C. Faust
H. Roth. A. Klusko, Venriu.
Kostenhader, C. Vogel, l,
Hahn, Unger, C. l.c'h, Hnppel.
Fin! Row: Gnmhoni. Keppel.
Kostenhamlvr, Mr. Owens. Ko-
walczlc, Miller. 'l1l10lT1IlS. Sernnd
Roux' llcnvcgno, l'ritCh:1rtl.
Shimcr, Kremer. Hoch. Bond.
Albani, Pliess. Roth. Tlzinl
Raw: Schlener, lfyer, Kline.
lfckhart, Gregory. Dorozow-
ski, Knccht, RuloH'. Fourth
Row: Campnnaro, Stark, Wag-
ner, St-nneczi. 'lien-I, Schoene-
l3l'l',Qi'l'. Counts, V. FK'l'l'1lI'0.
Firft Row: Gaston, Dcch
Deutsch, Mr. Owens, Olson,
lit-using. Fchnel. Second Row:
Altemosc, Yavorski. Butz
Hartzell, D. Ferraro. Morey.
Kern, Kunhale, Derr. Third
Row: Nlitman, H. Frack. Smith,
A. Ferrnro. Koehler, R. Frack.
Fourih Row: Haydn, Kinclt,
F 1'r.rl Row: R u loll, R cc-sc.
Perm-rs. Miss Unzingsr. Werk-
hn-iser. Daniele, T. Hahn. Srr-
mid Row: Manning, Tajnay,
Hufl"smith. Kromer, Shimer.
Hoch, Berger, Del.ong, Ever-
itt, Hahn. Sutcr, Hngenhuch.
Thirfl Row: Cressinan. 'l'honms.
Alwel, Vllay, Applcgare, Grun-
lioni. Uplingcr. Sillics, Prit-
clmnl. Fourfh Row: 'l'rinklc.
Houck. Smith. Beil, Port,
Kline, Gregory, Borrz.
Fin! Row: Hayclcn. Himlcr,
Anderson, Miss UIIZIIIQST. Hunt.
Hamel. Young. Sammi Row.-
Spcnglcr. Flick, Buss. Mc-
Cancllcss, D. Kahler, Faust.
K. Alrcmosc. Lriuhacli, Clcwell.
Pctl, P. Smith, Wnmlrolcl.
Auclicnbacli. Thin! Row:
Schultz. Donclla. Metz.
Miksch, Gerinanron, Bealcr.
Regi. Nvunclerly. Mitch. Nagle.
Holler. Ulnsfcnd. Fourilz Row:
A. Houck, Alich, Lcrch, Tur-
ucr, Port, Frnck, Olson, Butts,
Fin! Row: Saylor, Persons.
Wlinn, Miss Unnngsr, Schnerr.
Fromm, Matthews. Srcoml
Row: Manning, Kuhns, Bond,
Plciss, Sherman. Szmclt, Hart-
zell, Trach, Trinkle, Custer.
Rulollf Th-im' Row: Fifielcl.
Muth, Kraemer, Klipplc, lflory.
Frantz, Heckman. Sweirzer.
Ursprung, Yost. Fourlli Row:
Ott. Kostenhacler, Ziegler, Du-
zinski, Rennlcl. Xllagncr. Spang-
All activity funds
are handled by Mrs
Metz, our school
Library funds are supple-
mented through tlie sale of
magazines from Curtis,
Crowell, and International
the operation of
the car in Driver
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Neel Roth. Julius
Neel KZJ. Roth KZJ. Stoudt CD. Julius
Hahn. Honrz. Sroumlr QD. Nagle. Juliu
Neel. Julius. Roth
Roth Sclioenelvergzer. Julius
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BLUE EAGLES FOOTBALL SUMMARY
Sept. 20 ...... Shillingron .............
Sept. 26 ...... Pliillipshurg Parochial .....
Oct. 4 ....... VVl1itel1:1ll ............,
Oct. ll ....... Easton J. V ..........
Oct. 18 ,....,. Coplay .......
Oct. 25 ....... Pen Argyl ........
Nov. 1 ...... Bangor ............
Nov. 10 ...... Emmaus .......,.,..
Nov. l5 ...... Ezisr Stroudsburg .,...
. 7 26
. 0 46
. 20 6
. 0 47
. 0 22
. 25 13
. 6 12
. IS 38
. 6 44
. 6 13
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1, 2 Q
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Firff Row: Vogel. Hontz, Sclioeneberger, Jandrositz, Morey, Sullivan, Gammer, Taylor, Kraemer. Bayda. Second
Row: Bessenlioffer. Kluslco. Klepeis. Dech. lflouck, Hahn, Santo, Stoumlt. Kurtz, Unger. Rissmiller. Third Row:
Mr. Leh. Fulmer, Seyfried, Pagnl, Dorozowski, Wessner, Ferraro, Loder. Happel, Nagle, Kostenbacler. Fourllz Row:
Mr. Cump, Olsen, Neel, Keppel, Roth, Julius, Mr. Bartolet.
19-17 BASEBALL STATISTICS
Douliles-Julius CSD, Hanner GJ, Kosten
bader MD, Dorozowski 131, Gammcr C31
Rissmiller UH, Vogel UD. Henning QD
Triples-Rissniillcr CD, Kostcnliadcr CU
Homeruns-Dorozowski QU, Hanner CU.
Strike outs-Hanner QGSJ, Kostenlwader G01
Gollatz 1105, Loder HD, Dorozowslci Q21
April 29 ..,,..
May 12 .......
june 3 ..1....
Heller, Kohler, Altemose, Metz, 'Iracli.
1947 BASEBALL SCHEDULE
South Whitehall .........,.,.,.......,................... 2 14
Fountain Hill ...... 1 6
East Stroudsburg .... . . 3 10
Coplay ............,. . . 10 6
Hellertown ........ 3 0
Bangor ,...... ....... 6 4
South Whitehall ..... 2 23
Wilson. ........... 1 3
Fountain Hill ...,,,. . . 2 25
East Stroudsburg .... . . 11 6
Hellertown ........ 5 6
Wilson .......... 1 0
Bangor .............,... 2
Fin! Row: Bensing, Vogel. Bessenlioflier, Klusko, Dorozowski, Hanner. Julius, Beers, Kostenbader, Rissmiller,
Henning. Second Row: Nagle, Dorozowski, Campanaro, Loder, Gammer, Klndt, Santo, Gollatz, Wessner, Leli.
Varsity Basketball Squad
Firxr row: M. Roth, Dech, Schoenehergcr
Kostenbacler, Masters, Buck. Sfcoml roto
Pctrnglio, Kahler, Unger, Correll, R. Roth
furzior Varsity Cheerleaders
J. Young, Ursprung, Thomas, A. Young, Hadcn, Martino
Girls learning a
Studying their lessons
Mr. Smith trimming the hedge
At the end of the day
Informal Snaps by Our
Andy at his
Track Team ln Actxon
Tryingbto get Nlarlyn down
Mike scores again e
All eyes on the ball Stoudt carries the pigskin
Our Date at the
touring Celhellt mill
Dr. and Mrs. Mr.
Mrs. Chas. V Alpaugh
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Altemose
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Altemose
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Andrews
Mr. and Mrs. Wvilliam Applegate
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aristide
Mrs. Dora Auchenhach
Mr. and Mrs. lfmory Barlieb
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barrall
S. G. Beck
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. R. Schafer
and Mrs. Robert A. Beers
and Mrs. Herbert R. Bensing
and Mrs. Reuben I. Brazina
and Mrs. Warren L. Breinig
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton L. Bunn
Miss Rose Check
Mr. A. Ciarroeehi
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey V. Custer
Mr. A. YViIliam Day
Ensign Charles R. lf. Deily. U.S
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin lf. Deily
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
WValter H. Diehl
Michael Ferra ro
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Filchner
Mr. and Mrs. lfdwin Flick
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Flory
H. H. Fogel
Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. James Frack
Miss Henrietta lf. Frantz
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frantz
Dr. and Mrs. John A. Fraunfelder
Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Fritz
Mr. and M rs
. Miklos Homoki
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Houser
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Houser
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Hulismitli
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hunt
Mr. Caddy -lones
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil -lones
Mr. Allen 0. Kahler
Mr. and Mrs. Morris C. Kahler
and Mrs. Walter Kaliler
Mr. and Mrs. Claude M. Kelehner
Miss lflla Kelchner
Miss lfsther Kelchner
Lovine L. Keller
Attorney and Mrs. Walter Peters
Mr. and Mrs. Paul lf. Radice
and Mrs. John Redline
and Mrs. Franklin Reese
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reese
and lVll'S.'xVl'Sl'0I'l Roberts
Miss Verna Rohrhacll
Miss Miriam W. Ruth
Mr. and Mrs. ul.
H. Seliaelfer. -lr.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Beatrice Keppel
Mr. Layton l.. Kern
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Knauss
Mr. and Mrs. F. lf. Knauss
Mrs. Anna S. Knecht
Mrs. Filith M. Knecht
Mr. Mike Knor
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
. Harold Kosher
. john Kosher
Mrs. J. H. Fulmer
Mrs. Robert Gangwer
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Geider
Mrs. Herber S. Graver
Mr. and Mrs. John l-lagenbuch
Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Halberstadt
Dr. and Mrs. lfarl B. Hartman
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hartzell
Mrs. Ethel Hearn
Mrs. Fred D. Heclcman
Miss Mary Heller
Mr. Elwood M. Himler
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Himler
Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Kostenbader
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kratz
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Laubach
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Laulwaeli
Mr. Claude Leh
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leh
Mrs. 'lf F. Leli
Miss Anna Lieberman
Mr. and Mrs. John Lieberman. Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Manning
and Mrs. F. A. Marcks
Mr. and Mrs. Truman W. Marsh
Mrs. Lois Metzger
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Meyers
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Miksch
Mr. and Mrs. VVilliam Milllieim
Mr. and Mrs. D. Morse
Mr. and Mrs. Burton S. Morey
Nazareth News Agency
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Neel
Mr. A. Neuner
Miss Florence Nicholas
Mr. Stanley Ostrowski
Mr. Michael Oswald
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Oswald
Miss Corinne Ott
Charles l'. Selinerr
Miss Pearl Schnerr
Dr. and Mrs. W. Seutr
Attorney and Mrs. Charles L. Shimil
Mr. and Mrs. VVilliam H. Sillies
Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Snyder
Mr. Francis Soffera
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Spangenher
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Spengler
Mr. and Mrs. lrzi Stoudt"
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sturgis
Mrs. Lizzie Tenges
Mr. aml Mrs. Lovine Tenges
Mr. and Mrs. Willard 'liraeh
M rs. Peter Trunibower
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Uhler
Miss lrene l. Uhler
Dr. N. C. Uhler
and Mrs. Elwood il. Unangsr
Miss Miriam L. Unangst
Dr. and Mrs. F. N. Wagner
Miss Mary li. Wagner
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Weiss
Mrs. john lVinn
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Woodring
Mrs. Paul WVunderly
Mr. lidward F. Yandrasits
Mrs. and Mrs. Peter Yeisley
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Young
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zeller
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Ziegler
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One of the first business steps undertaken by
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Many of our older citizens may well follow the
example of these future business men and success-
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We'11 be glad to help your funds grow by adding
compound interest to the amounts you save here.
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Klzpplfs Tydol Service Station
PAUL KLI1'1'LE, Proprietor
Gas, Oils, Accessories, and Certified Car Lubrication
ROUTE 45 NAzAuu'rH, PA.
The Trumbower Company
Coal - Lumber - Crushed Stone
Building Material and Ready Mixed Concrete
Main Olhce Branch Office
Easton Road 23 S. Main Street
Phone 798 or 799 Phone 157
HIGH GRADE DAIRY PRODQCTS
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Phone 132 or 117
Guo. S. lV1IiSSlNGER, lJ7'L'.fIidl'7l-I Guo. F. REESE, Trmfunr
People's Coal and Supply Co.
COAL, LUMBER, HARDWARE AND BUILDING MATERIAL
Building Paper, Lead, Paints, Varnishes
Old Companys Lehigh and Lehigh Valley Coal
Phone: Nazareth -183 Stockertown, Pa.
125 South Main Street
96 Seip Avenue
For Records, Popular Sheet Music,
and Musical Items
The Famous Esterbrook Re-New Point
Alwayf a Good Point!
-IO South Main Street
18 North Main Street
L. R. Werkheiser
Sales and Service
17 VVest High Street
flu Approved Business Training School
Complete Secretarial, Accounting,
Business Administration and
Business Machine Courses
DAY AND EVENING SESSIONS
Afk for Annual Bulletin
Extend: its Comp!-imentf
Phone Easton 4791 CLASS OF ,48
411 Northampton Street
Easton, Pa. 2
C. F. MARTIN CO.
MAKERS OF ,
Martin Guitars - Mandolins and
52 South Main Street
Stores 'in Bethlehem and Eafion
430 Northampton Street
For Quality and Service 111
PRINTING, Come to
127 East High Street
AND SUPPLY CO.
PETER F. YEISLEY, PROP.
150 South Main Street
Roofing - Sheet Metal - Heating
Spouting - Siding
Harold W. Kocher
Phone Nazareth 97-R-12
SAM N. GALLEGOS
35 East Raspberry Street
DR. LEON KOLB
11S South Main Street
Hours - Friday only
2:00 p. ln. to 6:00 p. m.
7:00 p. m. to 8:30 p. m.
Grocerxes and Ice Cream
Our Aim if to Please You
100 South Main Street
Albert O. Sturgzlv
Real Estate-General Insurance
Telephone 15 7
23 South Main Street
MI2N'S AND BGYS' WEAR
54 Year: on the Square
Burials Sales - Sffrwice
F. J. SCHEETZ, Prop.
NORTIi NEW STREET
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Hershey Ice Cream
215 North Main Street
Shoes for the Whole Family
Lawn Mowers Sharpened Sz Repaired
Keys Cut - Locks Repaired
Specializing 'in Auto Keyf
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r Safety Glass - Tools Sharpened
CENTRE SQUARE Clayton Messz'nger
Pine Street Nazareth, Pa.
Frank Hnth 6? Sons
1 be depended upo
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Raymond D. Teel
Roofing - Siding - Insulation
Tile Bathrooms - Tile Kitchens
Also Concrete Work
fohn.r-Manvillz Shingle: cz Specialty
Phone Nazareth I-L3-R
216 SOUTH WHITFIELD STREET
Covzgratulatiom to the
Clair of 1948 . . .
Paul W. Heckmem
PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE
Frank G. Keirn
224 Mauch Chunk Street
"Complete Electrical Service
S. J. GREGORY
Cars . . . Trucks
Sale: . . . Service
27 Mauch Chunk Street
148 South Main Street
MRS. MARK PARSEGHIAN
Yarns - Flosses
Crochet Threads - Stamp Goods
22 South Main Street
Artificial Ice Co.
FRANCIS FLICK, Dirtribrutor
Fedon Electric Co.
Refrigerators, Ranges, Water
Heaters, Radios, Washers,
111 South Main Street
BINNEY SL SMITH
R. J. Bartholomew
. 211 East Center Street
R. D. Lambert
Fruits - Vegetables
-L9 Belvidere Street
Paff 86 Darrohn
Square Deal Garage
G. M. C. TRUCKS
Sales - Service
25 SOUTH BROAD STREET
Mary Ann 'J
107 South Main Street
E. H. KERN, Prop.
Fresh Sz Smoked Meats
105 South Broad Street
Wayne S. Trach
Groceries - General Merchandise
Feed and Farm Supplies
Roaa' Sza'e Market
Fresh Fruit, Produce, and
Located on Road leading from Cherry
Hill to YVind Gap
H. S. Arnold
Groceries, Meats 8: Vegetables
Phone Nazareth 763-R-1
Painting and Paper Hanging
K. V. GOLD
Phone: Easton 2-7112
Snyder Milling Co.
9 .gf S
NAZARETH'S ORIGINAL BODY
AND FENDER SHOP
Again on 3M Underbody Seal
Ark U5 for Information
R. R. HESS
St. Regzlv Paper Co.
Flour - Cement - Plaster
Ground Limestone - Gypsum
Other Pulverized Products
P Empire House
Phone: Easton 2-9266
SALAVATORE FERRARO, Prop.
Horace R. Bowers
Painter and Paper Hanger
Floor Sanding and Refinishing
Route 3 Nazareth, Pa.
C om E. Smith
Fountain, Cut Rate Drugs
27 BELVIDERE STREET
RECOVER and REPAIR
Char. H. Plkg
1334 North Centre Street
VVe carry a full line of Ladies' Sc Gents'
R B. CHANE
Men's and Boys' Wear
60 South Main Street
W. O. Florey
General Contractor and Builder
Phone: Easton 2-4788
Main Street Tatamy, Pu.
"Millwork of Quality"
Sash Doors - Shutters - Blinds - Frames
Colonnades - Stairwork - Moulding
Interior Trim, Etc.
PROSPECT AND GREEN STREETS
Clbzton D. Frantz
108 South Main Street
The Leader Store
Corner Main and Belvidere Streets
Styled . . . Right
Priced . . . Right
Kaiser-Frazer Sales 8z Service
Rear of Nazareth Inn
Paul A. Gerztlzer
Well and Sink Hole Driller
Phone 3 3 5 -R
North and New Streets
Abbott's Deluxe Ice Cream
Meats - Tobacco - Confectionery
161 South Main Street
Be W'i:e --- Simonzze
Ernest E. iToth
v Main Street, Tatamy, Pa.
Car Washing, Polishing 81 Simonizing
IVL' Call For and Deliver
Elwood S. Rohrbach
General Repair Work Sz
Ollicial Inspection Station
Phone: Nazareth 629-R
Route 1 Bethlehem, Pa.
Stockertownlr Burieyt Corner
All Beverages Served
R. C. YOUNG, Prop.
Phone Nazareth 9036
George H eekmezn
Prescriptions - Drugs
Soda Fountain Service
11 Belvidere Street
K ief er 'J
Paints - Hardware - Sporting G
Delta and Porter Cable
J. M. KIEFER
460 Northampton Street
' Easton, Pa.
The American Hotel
Din-ing Room open all etfeniug
Delicious Home Cooking
202 South Main Street
Keplers Coal Co.
Stanley J. Hahn
Roy T. Fehnel
General Building Contractor
Fruits - Vegetables - Meats
Oflice 131 Residence 131
Route No. 3, Nazareth
Phone: Nazareth 9023 .
KUHNS Xi SHANKWEILER
The illa1i'5 Store
Popular Priced Clothing
for Young Men
Route 2 Nazareth, Pa.
Men's and Young Men's
Clothings and Furnishings
Centre Square N. E. Corner
JOHN XVELK, Proprietor
Gas, Oils, Accessories, and Certilied
BROAD AND CENTER STREETS
J. A. Lopresti
Milk Coolers - Milking Machines
Automatic Typing Pick-up Baler
Massey-Harris Farm Machinery
Phone Nazareth 604
Cream - Butter
Buttermilk and Cottage Cheese'
George F Heaney
Lehigh Valley Cooperative
Farmers Dairy Products
Phone Bangor 195-R
Style Mart Suits and Top Coats
with the Neck-Zone tailoring
13-15 Belvidere Street
Wfe give S U II Green Stampf
XNARREN S. DECH, Mgr.
49-51 South Main Street
Congratulations ! f f
CLASS OF '48
G. C. Murphy Co
"Tha Frie-ndly Store"
I. Schwartz E? Son
H. T. VANNATTA, Mgr.
Furniture - Rugs
Stoves and Bedding
540 South Main Street
C. W. Hartman
MEAT - ICE CREAM
Wholefale 1l'lercha1LtJ and
Illill Di.rtribr1z,tor5 of
Paper, Paper Products, Twine
1220 NORTHAM1'TON STREET
Foge! 'J Gubf Smtiofz
Gas, Oil 85 Accessories
Call and Delivery Service
Broad and Belvidere Streets
F. E. WEINLAND
Hardware, Glass, Paint, Oil
Broad and Main Streets
Phone 7-9706 Phone 7-9707
The ilrlavff Store
21 South Third Street
Gas - Oil - Accessories
Inspection Station No. 8629
Phone Shop: Phone Residence:
Nazareth 9051 Nazareth 30-R-1
R. D. 1, Nazareth
39 Belvidere Street
162 South Green Street
Beil's Shell Service
Gas and Lubrication
Tires and Accessories
Broad and Center Streets
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