Nazareth Area High School - Comet Yearbook (Nazareth, PA)

 - Class of 1949

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Historic Nazareth Dedication Administration Faculty A Class Activities Club Activities Sports Classes Advertisements Dedication As a memorial to the efforts and high ideals of Gordon S. Feller, our late beloved and respected principal, the Class of 1949 dedicates this Comet. From the September day in 1947 when he first came to Nazareth High School as principal, we knew that Mr. Feller was our friend and counselor, one who understood our feelings and in whom we could put our trust. Mr. Feller,s whole-hearted interest was centered upon the school and its community. We will always remember him as a bright light in our school career, a man who worked with us, lived with us, and always had our interests atheart. I 1 ' Left to Right: Frederick A. Marcks, Superintendent of Schoolrg William Henryg Elwood Unangstg A. Russell Snyder, Vice-Prefidentg Clinton Bunng Peter Yeislevg Charles Knauss, Secrelary of the Bonrdg Charles Schnerr, Trearnrerg George Smith, Prefident. SCHOOL BOARD The citizens of Nazareth Borough Schools are greatly indebted to the untiring efforts of these seven men, comprising the school board, who unsellishly devote a considerable amount of their time to our schools. Mr. Frederick A. Marcks, our superintendent, endeavors to keep all phases of the schools coordinated and running smoothly. He ever encourages suggestions for improvement. Mr. Lee A. Graver, our principal, came to us from Englewood, New Jersey, on january 17, 19-19. FREDERICK A. MARCKS LEE A. GRAVER Superintendent of Schoolf Senior High School Principal MRS. MARY ROTH GUY OWENS Health and Driver Education Afxiftant Football Coach ANDREW LEH Phyfical Education and Health Football Coach MARGARET FRANCK Phyfical Education and Health Coach Commercial Arithmetic Commercial Club MRS. BELVA KOLESSAR Typing, Spelling Penmanfhip junior Clan Advifer MRS. Lols METZGER Shorthand and Ojce Practice Comet and Blue E5 White Buyinexy Hlariager MRS. MILDRED METZ Bookkeeping and Typing School Treafurer MIRIAM UNANGST Hiftory Dramatic Club and College Adviser PAUL GOULDING Problemi of Democracy Guidance Counfelor MARIE BRYAN Englifh Sophomore Clan Advifer STANLEY SKUTA Hiftory Track Coach GUY CUMP lllathematicf Faculty Athletic Director ADAM SHEKLETSKI Chemiftry Senior Clan' Advifer JAMES ROTH Biology Photography Club FRANKLYN KOSTENBADER Phyricf and Confumer Science Senior Play ROBERT HARDING Englifh Student Council MRS. FRANCES CHASE Latin ELIZABETH SLOAT Englifh Comet J. FREDERIC KNECI-IT Englifh Blue and White QUENTIN ZELL German Blue and W'hite MRS. MARY HAND Director of Vocal Muric IRVAN CHELLY Manual Training AUGUSTINE WEINHOFER Band Director M. CHARLOTTE BERGER Librarian JEAN CLUTE Art Stage Craft Club PEARL SCI-INERR Food: DORIS JENKINS F Sewing MRS. HAROLD RUTH MRS. RUSSELL WEISS Secretary to Mr. M arcle: Secretary to .M r. Graoer' id Mm W,uaQ,gz2MA4w Mr. Goulding, our recently ap- pointed Guidance Counsellor, and a student discussing a problem. Our college adviser, Miss Unangst, helping a student in selecting a college. Beginning in the fall of1948, Nazareth High School inaugurated a guidance pro- gram to help students solve the problems that confront them in their day to day living, both in and out of school. 102 ' As part of the guidance program, students contrib- ute their ideas in a home- room discussion group. Chemistry students performing an experiment on oxidation and reduc- tion. Finding the resolution ofa force in physics laboratory. Science and mathematics help to round out the background of stu- dents and give the necessary founda- tion for those interested in attending college. A student demonstrating a propo- sition in plane geometry. Examining the lower living specimens in biology class. English students preparing a library reference assignment Students helping Miss Berger check on books. an ' Ten students daily assist the librarian in the work of Bling, circulating books, and checking in magazines for the ap- proximate nine hundred students who use the high school library. As this was a presidential election year, the social science classes had firsthand election experiences. Both the Repub- licans and Democrats held political rallies, culminating in a s-tudent-con- ducted presidential election in November. Despite all the forecasts, the election went solidly Democratic. C -Q 6 ZW Learning the conjuga- tion of verbs in the soph- omore English class. Translating a passage in German. Demonstrating Roman customs in Latin class. In English, German, and Latin classes students learn to speak and Write languages correctly. Not only grammar, pronuncia- tion, and vocabulary are stressed, but students learn to read and to interpret the literature. L: B 1 fin. 'mi -2e9f25ags1Q- 7-:swf f2?'fe?f-' Putting glaze on ceramics in Art Class Art students making pos- ters under the direction of Miss Clute 11 .. , . . . , l . ,.r.1z.sifrfg.55,?j,?x?. gg i ? ARTS AND CRAFTS The art classes offer an opportunity to students to express themselves in creative projects. In this held there are a variety of interests presented including poster Work, oil and Water color painting, sculp- ture, ceramics, illustration, and fabric design. I ,. . . DWL mv VWKLE Wifi? wvm- in-gs: 2 as S in wJ.,,...4 A ' W ' 'mi DW' ww am. Students learning to use the jointer in shop and hook shelves. Meeting a double period each week in a group in machine woodworking. l shop classes the students learn to use the circular saw, wood lathe, and all hand tools. Attractive pieces for the home are fashioned, including beds, cedar chests, HOMEMAKING Planning a Well-balanced menu in foods class Sewing students study the details of a first prize school ensemble Students learning the art of meal planning In homemaking the students are taught food preparation and cooking. They learn meal planning, nutrition, and the principles of special diets. For those interested in clothes de- signing, there are clothing classes that stress textiles, clothing selection, and personality development in clothes, pertaining to styles, color, and materials. The students develop their ideas by making clothes for themselves. HEALTH AND DRIVER EDUCATION In health class the girls study good grooming, personality improvement, and child care. The boys are taught Hrst aid and accident pre- vention along with other subjects. Driver education aims to produce alert, careful drivers, a safety es- sential. g Explaining bone structure to a class of senior girls A group of senior boys learning the principles of the eye Learning to drive in the dual-control car Qakwf Dr. Fraunfelder giving a routine sports check-up Dr. Uhler examining a student's teeth 'That the students of Nazareth High School have adequate medical check-ups is the aim of our threefold health program. This includes a yearly physical and a dental exami- nation, and also a special checkup for students participating in sports. Dr. Stites making a general physical examination Ki If Q Q, 41 -SEI , Q , ks, f,KmL,,.M ,,,, M: 15 .. mf K wif- - K 5, 1 ,W ,QZL gg 3 ' 3. if E QW -1 QLGVWQE 3? k k U A 4, , fmwwm. . ,M , L ff' ,af 1 'W m,,: Q is ig gg: fx MQ' ,Q ,g ai nwixw-f f wx-ssuffilw z 1 E Q, E3 bv 5- W - ,wer W7 KH X w x, i, "QQ xg Wim www MY, 'Q'-15' ,- -2 wwf EM mdpfym mum Zwzf Zizf STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council plans and supervises the social activity program of the school through parties sponsored for the student body. Decorating for a party Discussing student problems in a bi-monthly meeting. Selling Candy at a basketball game, 'r vi' 311161 ,M-4-' 3 X1 R MM -,WMM WL-f" Q xg Anne mfo the vault. E9 W s X in , if - H 1 L 'LL'L pf' 2 g ' E cf .s immmwg ' ilf-as EDITORIAL STAFF First Row: Phillips, Schefller, Andrews, Henning. Second Row: Frantz, Miss Sloat, B. Shimer, Diehl, Bar- tholomew, Tomino. First Row: Frable, Pritchard Ferraro, Way, Giovanni. Second Row: Woolbert, De- Long, Hadl, Miss Sloat Deutsch, The Editorial staff, under the direction of Miss Sloat, chooses the theme, plans the layout, and prepares the biographies and the copy for the book. The Business Staff, under the direction of Mrs. Metzger, through advertisements, patrons, and the sale of books, raises the money to publish the yearbook. BUSINESS STAFF Table I: Gaumer, Heckman. Table' 2: Bortz, Gregory, Kromer, Happel, Mrs. Metzger. Table 3: Shimer, Kilpatrick, Saylor, Port, Peters. g me r. , I . ART Right: Peterson. Left: Lerch. LAYGUT Right: Kowalczk. Lffl: Freestone. fffff The artists, directed by Miss Jean Clute, prepare the drawings and divider pages. The layout artists spend considerable time planning the layout of the picture section. Miss Sloat supervises this Work. The typists begin their work after the editorial staff has prepared the copy and the business staff has finished soliciting advertisements. First Row: 'Welty, Miller, Kahler. 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Fifllz Row: Kowalczk, D. Scyfricd, D, St-igfriecl, Shafer, Fehnel, Counts. Wlcngcl. MUSIC FESTIVAL This year the combined glee clubs of one hundred voices presented the third Nlusic Festival in the high school auditorium on April 8. The Mixed Chorus. the Girls' Chorus, and the Boys' Chorus sang selections. Soloists for the evening included -loan Frable, soprano: Richard Ahern. haritoneg and Larry Reagan, tenor. liesides the Music Festival, the various choruses have participated in several assembly programs, the Mixed Chorus and the Girls' Chorus in the Christm11S program on December 12g the Girls, Chorus at St. klohnls Lutheran Church Vesper Service on December 263 and the Boys, Chorus for the lVoman's Club on February l-l. Five students participated in the Eastern District Choral Festival at Northampton on February 24, 25, 26. They were .loan Frable, sopranog -lean Scutt, alto, Larry Reagan, tenorg Richard Ahern, baritone, and Carl Remel, bass. F,-XS'lFRN DlS'llRlC'll S0l.OlS'liS Soloists who represented Nazareth High School in the lfastcrn District Choral Festival at Northampton were Scutt, Frable, l.. Reagran. Rt-mel. and Ahern. GLEE CLUB Fin! Rate: Keller, Wveiss. l,. Smith. A. Miller, Franczak, Yost, Kenyon, F. Berger. l,. Alich. Buss, Bartholomew. Sfforzrl' Row: Scutt: Gower. Cump, lf. Frantz, Heclcman, llunt. Starner, lVl.1Frantz, liobinson, Gilbert, G. Bartholomew. Third Roig: Harding, D, Roagv Wlatvas. lieers, A. Roth. Nfl. Smith. Fiheld. Phillips. Vl. be-ylried. btaeger. Fourflz Ro-.Lu 'X 3V0lSlil. Ralph Biodt. butttr, l.. Rsatana R NN kl '. Fifth Row: F. Hahn, R.Smirl1, Dollingcr, Ahern. Remcl, Reagan, W . Ahch, Reimer, Kratzer, B. Reimer, Fuls, Gross, . 'er ieisei lJUSlI1Slil, Regi. Comets and Trumpftr John Andrews Linford Fehnel Richard Garr Robert Gray Russell Kindt Robert Ulson Bruce Reimer Charles Suter John Trinkle John Unangst I frcuryion Robert Eschenfelder Marjorie King Doris Mengel Donald Siegfried Louise Smith Ollie Ann Ott Robert Tomino Elwood Wzzgnei' Baritones Joseph Karlowitch William Metzgar Barbara Shimer F Iutef Nancy Keim Lorene Kenyon Mary Ann Toth BAND PERSONNEL MR. A. C. W121NHoFER, Dirzczor RUSSELL KINDT, Student Dirfczor Clarinet: Saxaphonef Doris Bourguignon John Dusinski Joanne Engler Mildred Filield Elizabeth Frantz Charles Knecht Haven Knecht Viola Kenyon Mary Ellen Miltenberger Joan Rumsey Reynold Werkheisei' Shirley Yost Jean O. Young Y'r0mb0m'y Carl Gower Charles Hahn Marjorie Phillips David Reimer Elaine Shook Frederick Smith llorm Shirley Bealer James Eyer Donald Koehler Joanne Stout John Todora Robert Zellner Tuba Ralph Brodt Daniel Jones flidj-OTKUZJ Patricia Altemose Phyllis Beil Eleanor Bessenhoffer Mathilda Cortez Betty Engler Marjorie Frantz Anita Gamboni Nancy Gregory Miriam Kowalczk Connie Mathews Louise Nardella Shirley Pleiss Glennie Rader Louise Schnerr Jeanette Werkheisei' Dorothy Peters Color Guard! Charles Wagnei' Richard Iterly James Nolf Frank Yandrosits S E .I , l E an ' ' GQ Q X Q g ::.. I A,:. , Qin: .Qi 5 f H 1 If ll X Q5 wg MM 1' H 1, V xw'!"'f V: ' K In H l ,,,f1,' I g ff , - , ,vp 17 g , ., . ,, 3,15 1 3 ,f 3' ff :Q .. T ff T 'fue Vx ' nr' 1 ., g , ,, A f ,. :ed '?! 5 , In order that interested students could participate in club activities, the eighth period was set aside three days a Week for extracurricular ac- tivities. Not only do the clubs have their own goals, but they also con- tribute Worthwhile achievements to the school. The Stage Craft Club, newly or- ganized this year under the direc- tion of Miss Clute, rebuilt the set for the senior play and prepared the stage for the Dramatic Club plays. The Dramatic Club has been active this year under Miss Unangsfs supervision. Be- sides a public performance, the illyfteriouf Tree was presented as an assembly program on November 22. In addition to producing plays, club mem- bers studied the art of make-up, casting, and directing of plays, and attended plays given by Lafayette College. The Photography Club examines all types of cameras and learns the technique of tak- ing and developing pictures. The pictures on pages 23 and 38 of this yearbook Were taken by our amateur photographers. Mr. Roth directs the Club activities. Top to Bottom: Preparing a stage setting Scene from The Myxtfriouf Tree Photography Club in action The Typing Club learns the fundamentals of typewriting once a Week under the direction of Mrs. Kolessar. To learn how to become effi- cient secretaries is the aim ofthe Commercial Club. Good groom- ing and proper business etiquette is studied under Mrs. Roth,s sup- ervision. The Forum Club, directed by Mr. Goulding, discusses current affairs. On March 25 the Forum presented an assembly on the question: "How can student par- ticipation in the government of Nazareth High School be made to work effectively?" Top to Boitom: Typing Club in action Having an interview in Com- mercial Club Participating in a Forum Club discussion . ui 1 . 'If lf ESL. . 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VV V YH" .V ,M V 'gf' Inf QUVVV, V W 1 f ' ew :R Q2 ' ,Va www f is gi +536 ymy 4. imggl-53,-sf f 'f E3 'B y mfQf',3'-Sv Y , V Img? N S A W WWW? fwzffffw' BM Vw VW. J V VWKK f V. ,aww ' H 1 'W UJWM wif 'WQK Q.. if-M, V V ,V wgwww ff 'Q V. . 1 VVVV QM I D56 Ftrft Row Trach, W. Gaston,Santo, Roth Hahn Eyer L Nagle Hartzell Ahch Second Row Mr Skuta Mann Seyfrled Campanaro,DorozoWski, Klepeisz,Wessner T Nagle V Ferraro Rlssmlller Mr Leh Third Row Schweltzer A Ferraro Exckholf Happel, Unger, Graver, Kostenbader Ahern Pagm Senneca Mr Cump Datz Sept Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Varslty Football Opponentf 0 Shillington Slatington Whitehall. Coplay. . . Pen Argyl Bangor. . . Emmaus. . East Stroudsburg Wilson. . . OHS tackle play from 'l' formation JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Fin! Row: Metzger, Bensing, Wilson, R. Gaston, Polzer, Kortz, Wagner, Donello, Fehr. Second Row: Eberts, Butz, Hamm Nolf, A. Nagle, Auchenbach, Audenreid, Gross, Nagy, Marakovits, Molnar. Third Row: Mr. Owens, R. Johnson, Miller Dzurak, Hildenbrandt, Renner, Boerstler, Peishel, Phillips, Danner, Mr. Christman. In spite of a small varsity squad, the Football Team had a successful season with live wins and four losses. Handicapped with injuries, many of the boys were forced to miss practice for a week or two, making a shufiie of players necessary. The most outstandin victor of the season was the Pen Ar l ame, with g Y gy g Nazareth triumphing twenty-six to twenty-hve. It was even more outstanding because the victory wasn't determined until the last minute of the game. All the home games drew large crowds. The Bangor game was by far the largest crowd ever on the home Held. The playing of the team throughout the season was spurred on by Marlyn Roth, the outstanding squad player. The squad elected Maynard Rissmiller honorary captain of the team. TOUCH DOWNS Roth QD, Hahn Q25 Roth QD, Wessner flj, Ahern CID Pagni CU, Happel CD I Roth CU, Wessner QD, Pagni CD 4,9 37 1, Nagle QD, Ahern QU A Wessner CU, Roth QD, Pagni QU f. 5 , Pagni CD 'N Wessner QU, Roth CU I Roth QQ, Ahern C21 ,Li Q. , None JUN IOR VARSITY SQUAD Fin! Row: Remaley, Arduini, Chase, Barnhart, Kienzle, Donello. Dusinski, R. Seyfried. Sefond Row: Ciarrocchi, Marakovits, Klipple, D. Seyfried, Reimer, Polzer, Gaston, Hartzell. Third Row: Coach Christman, Manager Johnson, Nolf, Boerstler, Schaffer, Wagner, Hahn, Dupsiclc, Faculty Manager Cump. Dain Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. -lan. Jan. 1948-1949 BASKETBALL SEASON Individual Varsity Scores 1948-49 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Oppoazmlf Emmaus ..... Whitehall ...,. Fountain Hill, .. VVilson ........, Coplay ......... East Stroudsburg Pen Argyl ...... Bangor ....,. . Hellcrtown, opp. N.I1.S. 34 22 44 23 27 20 23 33 39 45 24 38 17 26 32 29 35 31 Date Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Q1 5? Nlarlyn Roth .....,..,.,............. 294 Donald Happel ..,.. .... 1 09 Neil Hoadley ..... . . 78 Bruce Reimer ..., . . 74 Hubert Buck ..,.. . , 56 Carl Lindenmoycr. . . . 33 Bruce Eickhoff ...,. . . 12 VVilbur Hahn ..... .. 12 Gerald Lance ..... . . 5 Total Points. . . . . . . 706 Opponents... . . . . 780 Opponent Opp. N.Il.S. South Whitehall .... 46 27 Fountain Hill ...... 33 37 Wilson. ..,.....,.. 52 32 Coplay ............ 34 36 East Stroudsburg. . 26 35 Pen Argyl ......... 24 30 Bangor ..,......,.. 43 32 Hellertown ........ 39 44 South Whiteliall . . , 41 37 Wm l7AI xxx 3 1 L Gaston dribbling down the Hoor Blocking pass from oppos- ing player 7- , 7 "-uf VARSITY SQUAD Coach Leh, Buck, Hahn, Reimer, Q Roth, Happel, Hoadley, Lance, Eick- oil",ManagerFerraro,AthleticFaculty Manager Cump. Roth and Hahn after jump ball 1948-49 VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Date Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. -lan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Opponentf Opp. N.H.S Emmaus ....... . . . 45 34 Whitehall ........ , . . 61 28 Fountain Hill ..... . . . 35 31 Wilson ........... . . . 30 32 Coplay ............. . . . 61 38 East Stroudsburg ...... . . . 21 33 Pen Argyl .......... . . . 30 33 Bangor ........... . , . 39 31 Hellertown ....... . . . 57 34 South Whitehall ..... . . . 41 37 Fountain Hill ,.... . . . 27 47 Wilson ............. . . . 57 38 Coplay ............... . . . 56 50 East Stroudsburg ...... . . . 34 45 Pen Argyl ..,....... . . . 45 70 Bangor ........... . . . 46 38 Hellertown .....,... . . . 47 36 South Whitehall ..... . . . ' 48 49 Varsity and Junior Varsity in practice Jumping for a rebound from banking g2r1'1C board Top to Bottom: Learning to bunt Sliding into base Learning a few pointers by watching others Striving to improve his batting X ll lllfh- 'L "' '- 1948 BASEBALL SCHEDULE Datf Opponent Opp. N.H.S. April 17 Phillipsburg. . . . 4 6 April 20 Coplay ....... . 6 7 April 23 Bangor ........ . 10 9 April 27 Whitehall ....... . 5 15 April 30 Fountain Hill .... . 0 5 May 4 South Whitehall .... . 7 2 May 10 Hellerrown ...... . 1 6 May 11 Bangor .,........,. . 6 8 May 15 East Stroudsburg .... . .V 3 4 May 18 Wilson ......,..... . 0 8 May 20 Pen Argyl ....... . 1 0 May 25 Coplay ................. 9 23 DISTRICT 11 PLAYOFF June 1 Bethlehem .............. 7 6 Nazareth won Lehigh-Northampton League Championship VVatching a quick start-off, an important factor in racing rr-r ip 1948 TRACK RECORD Nazareth ..... 35 Wilson ,...... 64 Nazareth ...., 51 Bangor ....... 39 Nazareth ..... 61M S. Whitehall. ZSM Quadrangular Track Meet held at Bangor: Firxt Second Wilson ...... 44K Nazareth .... 23M District XI P.l.A.A. Meet: Nazareth Placed Seventh Penn Relays: High School Class-One Mile Relay Nazareth placed Ninth Albert Neel Donald Happel Richard Ahern Richard Kramer RECORDS BROKEN Shot Put: Herbert Schoenberger-43 feet, 75 inches. 220 .Yard Dash: Albert Neel-23.7 sec. Pole Vaulting: Don Peterson-9 feet, 6 inches. High Jump: Donald Happele-5 feet, 6M inches. Keeping themselves trim by their daily run wal- . . Q., Peterson pole vaulting ,,i,. wife? rt .. wg s s .1 ,. f . mzssavsifg -R V af'- .wk , 's .3 ,. y 6 4 . . D L f sit : , E fi--5 . , i F 'fic .g'::T12f'f . 'lf .:':' - .1 . .k.,., Y .,kV QW Ugg.. , - 5. ,-...z i .. 'xg' lf 1 5 385 it if 3 rf E 2, 4,-+1 g Q ,bw J' ef , ,,.. V , K i f R . f R f ii. , ,,.,, ,,,. ,,,. , iii .,,. i , ,,.i, Happel demonstrating the high jump Intramural games play a large part in the after school sports of the girls. After a few Weeks of practice, the elimination of the inferior teams begins, and it continues until the championship team is left. This year in hockey a sophomore team, the Snookie OOkums, came up for the laurels with an undefeated, untied, and unscored upon record. The competitive spirit always becomes keener with the arrival of basketball. The Senior team, the 'Elos, were the victors this season. Z0 XX WO fy S W Learning the fundamen- tals of hockey Playing an exciting volley-ball game Completing a field goal in a rugged hockey game THE DISTAFF SIDE OF SPORTS ff Not only are sports valuable in keeping the body fit, but they are a recreation for leisure time. The students learn cooperation and sportsmanship as Well as the game. fit .Q Practicing softball Shooting- fouls to make extra points ,,... I-:- Batting practice in the gym, Demonstrating a jump ball in basketball 4, ATHLETIC COUNCIL AND CHEERLEADERS we The athletic council takes charge of selling and collecting tickets at all home foot- ball and basketball games. They also elect cheerleaders and managers for the various sports. Above: Young, Martino, P. Metz, C. Kraemer, A .Young, H. Hayden. Right: I. Hamel, F. Hofer, E. Pritchard, Thomas, M. Sandt, M. Trach. To keep up the team's morale is the highest goal ofour peppy cheer- leaders. Practices before, during, and after school prepare them to cheer the team on to victory. . . W , f "if " xi ,iq Q 5' 324 fa , 3 K , r ' 74 ' 99:02 ' 6 , A Firrt Row: Bartholomew, E. Fogel, M. Buss, S. Fehnel, Danner, Franczak, E. Eckhart, E. Bowers, Alich, G. Bartholomew. B. Berger. Second Row: L. Dieter, Frantz, Bessenhofer, Dest, Drake, Beers, M. Bauer, A. Deutsch, Clark, Cump, T. Bauer, Davidson. Third Row: Gamboni, li. Berger, Amich, Barrall, Fehnel, Filield, Burnard, Conclomitti, C. Deutsch, C. Fehnel, Bush, Buck, Applegate. Fourth Row: DeGraw, Brodt, Fox, Fehr, Ciarrocchi, Audenried, Berger, Fisher, Bayda. Dupsick, Firrt Row: Graver, Heckman, L. Jones, Harhart, Harke, M. Hahn, Kositz, R, Johnson, Gower, Kenyon, Keller. Second Row T. Deutsch. Henning, D. Klipple, Gilbert, Gum, Harding, D. Jones, Heiney, Hunt, Seifert, Keppel, Keck, Gray, Kelchner. Third Row. Gaston, Kilpatrick, -lany, Hocking, W. johnson, R. Hahn, Heckman, Keglovits, Kosher, H. Keppel, Hartman, Keglovits Fourth Row: R. Klipple, Hooper, Hadl, Keppel, R. Johnson, Gregory, Kellow, Hildenbrandt, Hann, King, W. Hahn. S0 A L L - ,. Firft Row: Rumsey, Rampulla, C. Nagle, Rinker, A, Nemith, Ressler, Robinson, Lewis, Powell, Nlohn, Miller. Szcond Row: ,e Rader, Matthias, Murdoca, Lynn, Nl. Phillips, Nardella, H. Nemith, Newhard, Purdy, Matyas, Metzgar, K. Roth, lVlilten- berger. Third Row: Nicholasen, F. Phillips, R. Miller, Nolf, Mengel, Polzer, Millcovits, P. Laubach, Olsen, Meyers, Pierzga. Fourth Row: I.. Nagel, R. Phillips, D. Reimer, Rothrock, Renner, R. Lahr, Monclschein, Molnar, Recker, Peischl, Lehr. Firff Row: Weiss, Skrapits, VVoodring, Yost, Scutt, Schuch, Seip, Steltzman, Zellner, Stump, Stranzel. Second Row: F. Smith, Thompson, V. Werkheiser, Toth, A. Trinkl, J. Walters, M. Smith, Shook, Seifert, Shingler, D, Walters, Trach. Third Row: R. Werkheiser, Suter, Ruth, Snyder, Sell, Schafer, Silvius, Uhler, Scholl, Siegfried, Steager. Fourth Row: Unangst, Umsteacl, Scrfass, Sandt, Stark, Teklits, Wulcovitz, Stoudt, Trinkle, Spangler, Wagner. il I Firft Row: F. Clift, Butz, Ciarrocchi, Anderson. Drumm. Fassel, L. Clewell, Faust, Clark, Buss. Edel man. Serum! Row: K. Ifngler, Bealer, Colver. J. Clewell, Bourguignon, Fngler, Brodt, Ray Buss. Bail, Cortez. Third Row: Bensing, Y. Altcmose, Arduini, Buck. Flyer, Beam, Camcline, Davis, Bush, Roy Buss, F. Alremose, Farnack. Fourth Roux' Dusinski, li. Cliff. liickhoff, Derwiler, Ahern, Counts. Dollinger, Alich. Fehnel. Fin! Row: Hofcr, lfrutchcv, Havclen, Hamel, P. Hahn, Fromm, Hcckman, M. Hahn, Fuls, Herd, Gori Sfmml Row: Kenyon, Henshuc, H. Knccht, Kern, Houck, A. Gravcr, Gillingham, Hack, Gross, Gam- honi, King. Thin! Row: Hartzell, Keenhold, Fry. F. Hahn, Hamm, Kemmcrer, Garr, IC. Jones. Hommur, Gaston, K. Hahn. Fuurllz Row: V. Ferraro, Johnson, Kindt, Hoadley, A. Fm-rraro, D. jones, Fehnrl, R. Graver, Frack. 52 Fin! Row: Kromer, Mitch, Payonlt, Person, Rinlcer, Peters, McCandless, Neuman, Rampulla, Mar- kulics, Manning. Sammi Row: Matthews, l.. Reagan, Martino. Pleiss. Pike, Kratzer, Ott. Matthias. Reimer, lVluth. Third Row: Marositz, Mitman, Matula. R. Miller, Mann, Koehler. Miskch, Nagle. H. Miller, Fourflz Roco: Robinson, Kostenhader, Loder. Lance. Nolf, pl. Reagan. Remel, Rcgi. Q PQ . A - ... Q A Firfl Row: Traupman, Edelman, D. Roth, Siegel, P. Smith. Silfies, A. Young, Weiss, l.. Roth, Toth, J Young. Serond Row: Rulollr, S. Yost, Yavorski, Wimmer, Starner, Sanclt, G. Smith, Rumsey, Zellner 1.0. Young, VVerkheiser. Third Row: Umstead. T. Sutter, Toclora, M. Roth, Shireman, Stout, G. Yost C. Sutter, Shimer. Fourth Row: Stark, Siegfried, Wagner, Sweitzer, Shafer, Unger, Seyfried. 53 JOHN B. ANDREWS Andrewr One ofthe four horsemen. . . flashy cars. . .plays a cornet. . . happy with an audience. . . camera fiend, . .rarely serious . . .excellent dancer. Dramatic Club I ,' Forum 25 Photography Club I, 2, 3,' Senior Play, Major 3,' Science Club 1, 2. ROBERT J. BARTHOLOMEW Robert A tall, friendly, dark-haired chap...knows the value of silence. . .a willing worker and a. good. student. . .a pleasant disposition. . .hopes to study engineering. Comet Editorial 3. ERMA l.. BAILEY Erma An active baseball fan... flashes a friendly smile. . .stu- dent librarian. . .plans to be a secretary. Baxketball Ig Comet Typift 35 Glee Club I, 2,' Operelta Promp- ter 2,' Student Librarian I, 2, 3. FRANCES P. BENVEGNO Fran The little miss with bangs . . .always smiling. . .excellent taste in clothes. , .likes dancing and sports. . .hopes to be a grocer. Come! Typift 35 Commercial Club I, Secretary 2, 3,' Prom Committee 2,' Barketball 2, 3,' Bafeball I, 2, 35 Volleyball 2, 3. BETTY B. ABEL Betty A student librarian. . .com- mercial studentmenjoys sports ...patient . .quiet. Blue and White Buyinerr 2, Manager 3,' Dramatic Club 25 Student Librarian I, 2, 3. JACQUELINE J. BERGER jackie Happy-go-lucky. . .devotes hours to that hair-do. . .chic dresser with classic clothes. . . finds work an annoying neces- sity. Dramatic Club 2, 3,' Glee Club 1, 3,' Student Council 3,' Burket- ball I, 2, 3,' Bafeball 1,' Volley- ball 1, 2, 3. ELIZABETH C. Al.BANl Bexfie Dark natural curly hair. . . always smiling. . .talkative. . . enjoys sports, especially basket- ball. . .easy to get along with . . .a music lover. Comet Typift 3,' Commercial Club 1, 2, Prefident 3,' Student Council 25 Barketball 2, 3,' Vol- leyball 2, 3g Bareball I, 2, 3. DOLORES E. BOND Debby Brown hair, blue eyes. . . lives for dancing. . .strong dis- like for school. . .enjoys listen- ing to name bands. . .always on the go. Dramatic Club I, 2, 3,' Pho- tography Club I. RUTH N. BORTZ CHARLOTTE M. BRODT Ruthie Charlie Another Stockertown stu- Gift of gab, . ,spreads cheer dent. . .makes delicious sun- . . .excellent as Victoria Van daes. . .short. . .popular, . .par- Bret in Double Door. . .inter- ticipates in sports after school. ested in homemaking. Dramatie Club 25 Glee Club Glee Club 1, 2, 3,' Operetta 25 2,' Bareball I, 2, 3,' Volleyball Senior Play, Major 3,' Bafeball 1, 2, 3,' Hockey 2, 3,' Bafketball 1, 2, 3,' Baxketball I, 2, 3,' 1, 2, 35 Comet Bufinerr 3. Iloekey 2,' Volleyball I, 2, 3. CHARLES R. CORRELL FRANK CORTEZ ' Correll Gangie A tall red-head. . .hard to un- Schoolls not Gangie's dish. . , derstand. . .smooth dancer. . . fun-loving. . .outdoor man. . . quick tempered. . .avid interest small but mischievous. . .likes in basketball. . .not fond of to hunt and play cards. School. Photography Club 3. Band, Color Guard 2,' Barbel- ball, V. I, Vanity 2. JEAN C. BUSS RICHARD R. BUTTS Buffy Diele Tall, slender, and brunette Photography his hobby. . . . . .likes to argue. L.. enjoys bas- develops his own pictures. . . ketball. . .prefers jitterbugging interested in sports. . .has a . . .excels ln mischief. smile for everyone. . .serious. Dramatie Club I, Z, 35 Pho- tography Club I, 2, 3,' Track 1. Blue and While, Editorial 1, 2, 3,' Dramatie Club I. LeROY M. BUTZ SAMUEL J. CAMPANARO Rebel Sam A hard worker. . ,a good stu- Center on football team. . . dent. . .has an ever-ready joke generally found in the pool . . .a dimpled smile. . .mischiev- room. . .enjoys dancing. . .not ous twinkling eyes. . .inter- very fond of school. esfed ln baseball- Bareball I,' Commercial Club Bafeball 2. 2gFoo1ball, f. V. I, 2, Varsity 3. GLORIA A. DeREAMUS Glo A lively, independent miss from Tatamy. . .a Blue and White editor. . .has blonde, naturalcurly hair. . .likes sports and reading. . .knows the latest jokes. . .aspires to be a nurse. Blue and White, Editorial I, 2, Co-Editor 3. ELIZABETH M. DEUTSCH Gi-Gi Fond of joking. . .enjoys dancing as much as free school days. . .likes ball games and writing letters. . .does house- work after school. Bafeball 1,- Blue and W hite Typixt I, 2,' Comet, Editorial and Typift 3,' Commereial Club 2,' Photography Club I. PAUUNE A. DEST Polly A small friendly person. . . always ready to help others. . . faithful rooter at games. . . commercial student. Commercial Club 1, 2, 35 Baxeballl. JOHN K. DIEHL jack The tallest of the four horse- men-"Andrews," "'l'ommo," "Peterson', and "Diehl". . . handsome. . .a friend to all. .. interested in photography. .. plans to attend college. Class Treafurer Ig Photog- raphy 2, 3, Comet Photographer 3,' Dramatic Club 1,' Senior Play, Minor 3,' Typing Club 2. HELEN E. CRESSMAN Tiny Relishes arguing in P. D. class.. .small but mighty.. .en- joys listening to popular music and reading...plans to enter college. Dramatie Club I, 2, 3,' Stu- dent Librarian 2,' Typing Club 3. JOSEPH DOROZOWSKI foe Spontaneous smile. . .count- less friends. . .a natural out- door man. . .ambitious. . .all- star athletic record. . .excellent taste in dress. . .fond of radio mysteries. Baxeball I, 2, 3,' Football Var- fity 2, 3. ARLENE M. Del.ONG Arlene A pleasant and a merry com- mercial student.. .enjoys bas- ketball. . .works in Five Sz Ten . . .neat, dependable, and ener- getic. . .plans to be a secretary. Comet Editorial and Typift 3,' Dramatir Club 2,' Glee Club I,' Bareball 1, Affiftant Manager 2,' Bafketball I, 2,' Hockey 1, 2,' Volleyball I, Afxiftant Man- ager 2. PAULINE J. DOROZOWSKI Polly Easy going. . .always ready to lend a helping hand. . .busi- ness manager of "Double Door" .. .considers baking chocolate cakes a joy...intends to be- come an efficient secretary. Blue and White Typift I, 2,' Comet Typift 3,' Commereial Club 1, Secretary 2, Treafurer 3 ,' Glee Club 1, 25 Senior Play Bu.rinef5 Manager 3. JULIA C. DROSNOCK LATIMER J. ECKHART julia Eckhart Soft-spoken, friendly, de- The latest news. . .a good pendable. . .a good commercial stagecraft hand. . .nature lover student . . .enjoys reading, . . .never talks unless necessary movies, and dancing. . . .sound judgment. Comet Typist 3,' Commercial Blue and White, Editorial I,' Club I, 2, 3. Photography Club 2,' Stagecraft VINCENZA M. FERRARO Vinnie Efbcient and always depend- able... .interested in life. . .en- joys jokes. . .fond of sports. . . cheers at all games. . .spends much tlme reading. . .Well in- formed on latest movies. Blue and White Burineff 25 Comet Editorial 3,' Student Librarian I, 2,' Barketball 2, 3,' Volleyball 3. Club 35 Typing Club 3. LORRAINE H. FIFIELD . Lorraine Short, cute, popular. . .en- joys reading, dancing, and sports. . .able to concentrate. . . a good hypnotic subject. . .an active co-editor for the Blue and White. Blue and White, Editorial 1, Arfociate Editor 2, Co-editor 3,' Dramatic Club I, 2,' Clee Club I,' Prom Committee 2,' Bafeball Ig Volleyball I, 2, 35 Bafketball I, 2, 3. ROBERT EDELMAN Bob Class Casanova. . .out of town girls. . .blue Ford. . .speed demon. . .flashing smile. Bafleetball, lf. I,' Football, f. V. Ig Track I. FRANK J. FAssL PHPM Hunt? and traps.. .quier, but looks are deceivln ...never g talks unless necessary. . .nature lover. . .interest in junior high . . .plans to be a painter. ROBERT J. ESCHENFELDER Bob Active band member. . .quiet . .L.studious. . .pleasant person- ality. . .travels with Kelper. Band 2, 35 Photography Club 1, 25 Track I, 2. VELMA H. FEHR Fehry A vacation lover.. .basket- ball fan. . .seldom expresses her opinions or ideas. . .dependable and trustworthy . . .enjoys drawing and painting. Commercial Club 2, 3,' Stage- crafl 3,' Bafleetball 1, 2, 3,' Vol- leyball I, 2, 3,' Bafeball I, 2, 3. THELMA M. FLORY Thel Slender blonde, hlue-eyed . . .vivacious and optimistic attitude toward life. . .loves to hunt. fish. and Hirt. . .dramatic in all she does. . .intends to he a kindergarten teacher. Blue and White, Editorial I, Arrociate Editor 2, Co-Editor 3,' Dramatic Club I, 2,' Glee Club Ig Prom Committee Chairman 25 Student Council 2, Secretary 35 Athletic Council I, Trearurer 2' Baxleetball 1, 2, 3,' Volleyball 1, 2,' Hockey I, 2, 3,' Bafeball 1, 2. a JEAN S. FRANTZ jean Odd sense of humor. . .a reg- ular chatterhox. . .relishes a hot P. D. argument. . .enjoys dancing. . .a faithful sports fan . . .enjoys reading. Commercial Club 2, 3,' Siu- dent Librarian l,' Barlaelball 1,' Bafeball 1. JOAN W. FRABLE joanne The Jenny Lind of the senior class. . .pleasant and friendly . . .possesses an extensive ward- robe. . .favors angora sweaters ...a smooth dancer. . .prepar- ing for a singing career. Comet, Editorial 3,' Com- mercial Club 1,' Dramatic Club 1, 2,' Glee Club 1, 2, 3,' Operetta 2,' Prom Committee 2g Student Council Prerident 3,' Volleyball 2, 3,' Bafleerball I, 2, 3,' Bafeball 35 Hockey I, 3. MARJORIE A. FRANTZ Margie Contagious giggle. . .popular and attractive. . .high-stepping majorerte. . .eager sports fan and participant, . .plans to teach. Band, Majorette I, 2, 3,' Blue and White, Editorial 1, 25 Comet Editorial 3,' Dramatic Club 1,' Glee Club I, 2, 3,' Operetta 2,' Prom Committee 2,' Volleyball I, 2, 3,' Bareball I, 2, 3,' Barleet- ball 1, 2, 3,' Hockey I, 2, 3. JOHN F. FISCHL john Tall and lanky. . .quiet ap- pearance. . .fond of chemistry and German. . .likes sports. . . plans to teach social studies Photography Club 2. EDNA A. FREESTONE Edna Comet layout editor. . .hails from Bushkill Center. . .long natural curly hair. . .spends spare time drawing or reading. Comet, Art 3,' Stagecraft Club 35 Student Librarian 2. ROBERT M. FUCK Flicleie Small and thin in stature. . . alihis flow freely. . .a happy square dancer. . .Works on ice trucks. . .enjoys outdoors. Photography Club 3. JOYCE E. FREY foycie Twinkling eyes. . .hails from Bath. . .prefers brown-eyed brunettes. . .partial to a Nash ...enjoys dancing. . .active member of the Glee club. . . likes to laugh. Blue and White Typirt 3,' Glee Club I, 25 Operetta 2g Typ- ing Club 3. ANITA M. GAMBONI Gamboni Merry blue eyes and a Hash- ing smiIe. . .gay personality. . . a peppy majorette. . .fond of Uvisitingl' teachers after school ...could easily compete with boys in baseball. Band, Majorette I, 2, 3,' Comet Editorial 35 Dramatic Club I, 25 Glee Club If Prom Committee 25 Bafleetball 2, 35 Bareball I, 2, 3. ga-voir W .fs- WI if often if 1. . w ss. - W' 1 it f . V .,.. . : ,H b ' ' Y? - .. Q ..v.ggtg.Vg. - at . I - , Z-5. K. Y M . . . E -53Z4f.. . em 42 zfisfff 121-stil: .. 'ir or :If Wi' ' -. r : ' ' at . Q -. CHARLES F. GOLLATZ Charlie Dexterlad. . .pitcher on base- ball team. . .enjoys telling stories. . . happy-go-lucky. . . cheerful smile. Bareball I, 2,' Football, j. V. I,' Photography Club I. WALTER F. GAMMER Walt Hails from Dexter. . .tackle in football. . .catcher in base- ball. . .famous for bull sessions . . .always cheerful, . .fond of eating. Bareball I, 2,' Football, Var- rity 1, 2, 3,' Photography Club I. CARL C. GOWER Gower Pleasant personality. . .easy to get along with. . .usually with Fritz. . .main interest lies outside of school. . .plans to join the Navy. Band 2, 35 Photography Club 2,' Senior Play, Minor 3,' Stage- craft Club 35 Track 3. EDWIN H. A. GAUMER Eddie Room 31's trouble maker. . , not too interested in school. . . main ambition. . .fun, fun, and more fun. Barketball, l'.'J I. EDNA M. GEHRINGER Squeaky 'I'iny of stature. . .keen sense ofhumor. . .interested in books . . .eflicient student librarian .. .enjoys sports and music. Clee Club 1, 2, 35 Operetta 2g Student Librarian I, 2, 3. VIOLET V. GAUMER Purple Always on the go. . .partici- pates in many school activities . . .wonderful salesman. . .imp- ish grin and sparkling eyes. . . letters from Oberlin. Blue and White Typirt 25 Comet Burinerr 3,' Glee Club I, 25 Operetta 2,' Prom Committee 2,' Student Council 1,' Hockey 3,' Bareball 3,' Barleetball I, 2, 3,' Volleyball 1, 2, 3,' Athletic Council 2, 35 Magazine Cam- paign Renewal .Manager 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA L. GIOVANNI Teeter A whiz at shorthand. . .mis- chievous twinkle in her dark eyes. . .can't help being happy . . .honor roll student. . .enjoys all sports and dancing. Comet Editorial and Typirt 35 Commercial Club 25 Student Council 3. CHARLES H. HAHN Charlcy Quiet -and friendly. . .band trombonist. . .good math stu- dent. . .interested in stagecraft . . .active in -1--H Club...:1 future farmer. Band 2, 3,' Slagccraft Club 3. THELMA M. HAHN Haltnic Source oflatest jokes. . .fond of eating. . .cheery disposition . . .not too interested in school. Commercial Club 25 Dramaiic Club 2, 3,' Glec Club I. LESTER E. HAHN Lex Jolly and talkative. . .drives a jalopy. . .likes to hunt. .. hails from Moorestown. . .a future farmer. ' WILBUR E. HAHN Ilahnic Mighty midget. . .valuable part of basketball and football team. . .a dynamic Dewey dur- ing political campaign. . .prom- inent blue eyes. . .enjoys an argument. Barlectball f. V. I, Varrily 2. 3,' Foolball Varrily 1, 2, 3,' Typing Club 3. NANCY L. GREGORY Nan A Hashy majorette. . .cuts a smooth rug. . .enjoys fun and giggles. . .a splashy swimmer .. .a neat dresser. . .partial to sweaters. Drum Majorclte I, 2, 3,' Comet Burincsr 3,' Dramatic Club I, 2,' Glee Club I, 2,' Prom Committee 2,' Barleetball I, 2, 3,' Hockey I, 35 Barzball 3,' Volleyball I, 2, 3. DONALD C. HAPPEL juicy An all-round athlete, . .gen- erally in the midst of laughter ...popular. . .enjoys taking pictures. Bandlg B'a.rlzctball, V. I, 2, Varfily 3,' Football, V. I, Varfily 2, 3,' Prom Committcc 2,' Track I, 2, 3, EMMA R. HADL Emma Always friendly and pleas- ant. . .works at the Paper Box Factory after school. . .makes her own clothes. . .most anx- ious to help people. . .inter- ested in millinery. Comet Editorial and Typift 3,' Commercial Club 2. SHIRLEY M. HAPPEL Shirl Strawberry blonde. . .attrac- tive freckles. . .enjoys dancing . . .the maid in "Doublc Door" . . .likes to travel. . .nursing career. Barcball I, 2, 3,' Barlzctball I, 2, 35 Comet Bufincrf 35 Dra- matic Club I ,' Hockzy 2,' Senior Play, Major 3,' Vollcyballl, 2, 3. CHARLES G. HARHART Skip Friendly but mischievous. . . teachers' problem child. . .likes to hunt...interested in agri- culture. ALICE L. HIMLER Alice A good German student... drives the family car. . .works in the Five and Ten. . .comes from Cherry Hill. . .neat, cheer- ful, and well-liked. . .preparing for a nursing career. Dramatie Club 35 Senior Play Bufinerf 35 Typing Club 2. FREDERICA HECKMAN Fritzie A slick dresser. . .hails from far away Sandt's h Eddy. . . happy when swimming, hunt- ing, or and good-natured. . .future in- definite. Comet Buyineff 3,' Student Librarian I, 2. JEAN L. HOCH lloclzie Light brown hair and eyes. . . neat appearance. . .Avery in "Double Door". . .excels in art . . .enjoys dancing. . .excellent swimmer. . .career undecided. Dramatic Club I, 2, 3,' Glee Club 1,' Prom Committee 2,' Senior Play, Minor 35 Stage- craft 3,' Bafketball I, 2, 3,' Hockey I, 2,' Volleyball I, 3. HUGH H. HECKMAN Hughie Roller skates at Bushkill Park. . .talented in basketball . . .Sportsmans' Club. . .hang- out Y. M. C. A.. . .occasional visitor at school. Band I, 2, 3,' Barketball, f. Vffl. WALTER E. HENSHUE junior Considers school bothersome ...likes square dancing. .. drives a red and black Plymouth ...flashy how ties. . .wants to join the Navy. HAROLD A. HENNING Henning Class president. . .blond hair and blue eyes. . .hopes to be- come a minister. . .enjoys base- ball and a stimulating debate. Bareball I, 2, 35 Clary Prefi- dent 3,' Comet Editorial 3,' Slu- rlent Council 3,' Typing Club 2. ANDREW R. HEYER Andy Quiet and friendly. . .comes from Daniel's Slate Quarry. . . likes to play football and base- ball. . .school not his primary interest. Football, Varfify 2, 3g Clee Club 2. ANNABELLE M. KAHLER Annabelle A pleasant-faced but quiet business student. . .employed in Five and Ten on Saturdays .. .enjoys roller and ice skating . . ,an avid sports spectator. Bafleetball 3,' Comet Typirt 3,' Commercial Club 1, 2, 3,' Clee Club 1. ROBERT E. KEIPER Keiper Photography his hobby... enjoys cooking. . .quiet. .. works after school. . .his tem- per matches his red hair... finds homework annoying. Band 2,' Stagecraft Club 3. JOSEPH P. KARLOWITCH Chink Typical jester. . .member of the senior band. . .every one's chum. . .hails from West End ...intends to join the Navy. Band 2, 3. ANNA M. KELCHNER Anna A hard-working student, .. fun-loving and friendly. . .al- ways with Alice. . .Five and Ten worker, . .plans for a nurs- ing career. Barleetball I ,' Dramatic Club 3,' Clee Club I, 2,' Operelta 2. LORRAINE M. HOUCK Lorraine Shy and quiet. , .works in Five and Ten. . .wants to be a beautician. . .likes to read and embroider. Commercial Club 35 Dramatic Club 2. CLAIRE L. KELLER Claire A friendly person with a cheery smile. . .enthusiastic sport fan...enjoys popular music...plans to be a secre- tary. Bareball 3,' Barleelball 35 Commercial Club 2, 3,' Dramaiic Club 35 Volleyball 3. GLORIA A. JOHNSON fohnnie A commercial student... serious but pleasant. . .enjoys W arguing in P. D. class. . .enjoys movies. . .a sincere friend, . . faithful sports fan. Commercial Club, Prefident 2, 3,' Volleyball I,' Bafketball 1. lGNATZ A. KEPPEL Iggie Gay and an easy mixer. .. not overly enthusiastic about school. . .works in his father's store, . .not addicted to worry . , .plans to join the Navy. Prom Committee 2. EVELYN M. KILPATRICK Evelyn A quiet commercial student . . .bookkeeping her favorite subject. . .drives to school. . . enjoys dancing. . .plays the piano...another of N.H.S.'s future secretaries. Comet Bufineu 35 Commer- cial Club l, 2, 35 Glee Club 1. ANNA T. KOSITZ aflnnie Small, blonde, happy-go- lucky. . .commercial student. .. works alter school at Nazareth Paper Box factory. . .enjoys danc1ng...wants to be a pri- vate secretary. Comet Typift 35 Commercial Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club I. SHERWOOD J. KLEINTOP Loverboy Works in Acme store. . .likes to flirt. . .a willing person. . . immaculate.. .neat in appear- ance. . .a quiet person. WALTER E. KOSTENBADER Kufty .Tall, handsome. . .spends time teasing the girls and tell- ing jokes. , .a star athlete. .. loves to talk. . .never refuses a ride. Bafeball I, 2, 35 Batketball, Vanity 1, 2, 35 Football, Varxity l, 2, 3. MARY J. KLEPElS Mitzi Quiet until she starts giggling . . .a good worker. . .enjoys singing. . .a sports enthusiast .. .a commercial student. Blue and White Typift 2, 35 Commercial Club I, 2, 35 Glee Club I, 25 Affirtant Bufineff Manager, Senior Play 3. STEPHEN J. KLEPEISZ Pigeon Makes friends easily. . .alibis for hookey playing How freely ...hails from West End. . .has an argument for any statement. Photography Club 25 Student Council 2. FRANK T. KLEPEISZ Chuek Athletically inclined. .. champion bowler. . .excellent at the polka. . .none too studi- ous or quiet. . .well-mannered ...N.l-l.S.,s star tackle. Football Vanity I, 2, 35 Pho- tography Club 2. JOAN C. KLINE Kliney Tall and slender. . .fast guard on her basketball team . . .enjoys rides to school in "The Kee". . .enjoys swim- ming. . .has her share of fun. Dramatic Club 35 Glee Club 25 Prom Committee 25 Volley- ball I, 25 Bareball I5 Baflzetball I, 2, 35Hoekey1. DONALD K. KRATZ Scratch Miss Sloat's problem child .. .one of N.H.S.'s sharpest dressers. . .can talk his way out of anything. . .favorite pass- word, HBuddy-Buddy". .. Bushkill Park, his second home. Forum 2, 3,' Photography Club I. DOLORES l. LAHR Dolly Greets you with a smile. .. adept at swimming and danc- in father's store ...good sense of humor. .. likes to travel. . .native of Bushkill Center. Commercial Club 25 Dra matic Club 3. GERALDINE L. KROMER jerry Happy-go-lucky lass. . .full of pep. . .good mind if used well. . .has a cheery hello for everyone. . .trustworthy and dependable. . .a commercial student. Comet Burinerf 3,' Dramatic Club 1, 2,' Photography Club I,' Prom Committee, Decorating 25 Senior Play Prompter 3 ,' Volley- ball 1, 2, 3,' Baxketball I, 2, 3,' Ilocleey I CLAUDE R. LEH Sonny .Short-order cook at Lou's Diner. . ood dancer. .azure . g . blue Plymouth, . .plans a busi- ness enterprise. Tracle 3. MIRIAM D. KOWALCZK Mimi Tall, dark, and attractive. .. one of N.H.S.'s fancy strutters ...fr1endly. . .likes to draw... fascinated by the-song, I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby. . .a layout artist for the Comet. Band, Majorette 2, 35 Blue and White Editorial 1,' Clan Trearurer 3,' Comet Layout Editor 3,' Dramatic Club I, 2,' Glee Club I, 2, 3,' Operetta 2,' Photography Club I,' Bareball I, 2, 35 Baxleetball 1, 2, 3,' Vol- leyball I, 3,' Hockey 2. WILBUR H. LEH Leh Boy The smaller twin... works at Y. . .plays basketball for Y Junior Varsity. . .fun loving and care free. Photography Club 1, 2,' Typ- ing 3. CONSTANCE E. KRAEMER Connie Small in size, trim in appear- ance, and ever active. . .mag- netic personality. . .vigorous cheerleader. . .dramatic ability shown as "Anne', in "Double Doorn. . .Co-editor for Blue and White. Blue and White Editorial I, Afrociate Editor 2, Co-editor 3,' Cheerleader, f. V. 1, V arsity 2, 3,' Clair Secretary 3,' Dramatic Club I, 2, 3,' Clee Club 1,' Prom Committee 25 Senior Play, .Major 3,' Student Council I, 25 Volleyball I, 2,' Bafleetball 2, 3. WILLARD H. LEH Leh Boy The taller twin. . . friendly and humorous. . . works at Y. . .howls, shoots pool, and plays basketball. Photography Club 2g Typing 3. FREDERICK W. LERCH Fred An Art Editor ofthe Comet ...spends spare time drawing .. .neat. . .quiet. . .works at Heckman's Store. Comet Art 3,' Dramatic Club 2, 3,' Photography Club 25 Track I, 2, 3. ARLENE M. MILLER Arlene Small of stature with a heart of gold, . .well-liked. . .a whiz on the basketball court. . .a commercial honor roll student. Commercial Club I,' Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Operetta 2,' Photography Club If Athletic Council 2, Sec- retary 35 Volleyball I, 2g Baf- ketball I, 2,' Bareball I, 2, 3. EVELYN C. LICHT Evelyn Cheerful and happy-go- lucky, but shy. . .likes dancing, swimming, and ice skating... plans to be a business woman. Commercial Club 2, 3. DAVID J. MILLER Dave Bashful and quiet. . .comes from Chapman Quarries. . . drives a blue Plymouth. . . school not his primary interest. Photography Club 3. 1 PAUL L. MATULA Paulie Good natured brawny-blond . . .one of our new seniors. . . rather quiet and shy. . .enjoys basketball and dancing. . .in- terested in shop work. Typing Club 3. DARLENE B. MEYERS Darlene Knows all the latest jokes. . . enjoys popular music. . .always laughing. . .neat dresser. Commercial Club 1, 2, 3,' Stagecraft Club 3,' Baxeball 1,- Bafleetball 1,' Volleyball 1, 2. PHYLLIS C. METZ Phyl Peppy head cheerleader... participates in many school activities. . .easy going. . .likes to dance. . .pleasing and friendly. Cheerleader, V. I, Vanity 2, 3,' Clair Prexident If Dra- matic Club 25 Prom Committee 2,' Student Council 1,- Barleetball I, 2, 3,' Volleyball I, 2, 35 Hockey I, 3. ROBERT .I. MEYERS Bob Quiet and friendly. . .spends leisure time playing electric Spanish guitar and tinkering with radios...a future musi- cian. MICHAEL F. MUCHA Mike Short, dark, and quiet, in school only. . .enjoys all out- door sports, especially hunting and fishing. Photography Club I . ROBERT E. OLSON Rabbit A band trumpeter. . .Mr. Chase in Double Door. . .a music lover. . .great conversa- tionalist. . .member of U. S. Naval Reserve. Band I, 2, 3,' Dramatic Club I, 2, 3,' Football, Afrirtant Man- ager I, Head Manager Z5 Forum 3g Senior Play, Minor 35 Track I, 2, 3. THEODORE H. NAGLE Teddy Hal ha! ha! Nagle's laughing again. . .always looks on the bright side of life. . .liked by everyone. . .faithful participant in sports. Bareball I, 2, 35 Barketball, f. V.'.r 25 Football, Vanity I,2, 3. my Q MORRIS S. PAGNI Pagni Tall, dark, and handsome. . . helpful end on the football team. . .quiet, serious and a great blusher. . .possesses a pleasing personality. Football, V. I, Varrity 2, 3,' Forum 2,' Track I. EUGENE O. MOHN .Mohn Absent more than.present in school. . .interested in outdoor life. . .lives in Stockertown. . . frequent hitch-hiker. Blue and White Editorial 2. ELIZABETH M. PETERS Betty An industrious commercial student. . .hails from Tatamy ...drives a Frazer. . .likes dancing and movies. . .neat, but funloving. . .a baby-sitter . . .collected ads for the Comet . . .a future secretary. Comet Burinerr 35 Commer- cial Club 1, 25 Dramatic Club 1, 25 Prom Committee 2. KENNETH E. MOSER Moyer Short, blond, and annoying ...likes to hunt and get in trouble. . .visits Hildew often . . .a Whiz in chemistry. . .plans to join the Air Corps after graduation. Forum 3. DON E. PETERSON Peterron One of our witty class comedians. . .will go far in life . . .can rarely be seen without the other three. . .capable Comet art editor. Band 1, 2,' Blue and White Editorial I, 2, 3g Comet Art Editor 3,' Dramatic Club lg Photography Club I, 2, 35 Senior Play, Major 3,' Track 2, 3. JOSEPH C. PETRAGLIA foe Short. . .black curly hair... pleasant smile. . .pleasing per- sonality. . .a friend to everyone . . .humorous. . .willing. . .fair student. . .basketball manager in junior year. Bafketball, Affirtant Mana- ger I, Manager 2,' Athletic Coun- cil 2,' Prefident 3,' Student Council 2. ELAINE A. PRITCHARD Si.r.ry Smart dresser. . .her '47 Chevie full of kids. . .peppy cheerleader. . .subtle sense of humor. . .future owner of Scho- neck Farms. Commercial Club I ,' Dramatic Club If Comet Editorial 35 V. Cheerleader 3,' Clee Club I ,' Athletic Council 2,' Baxketball I, 2, 3g Volleyballl, 2, 3,' Hockey 3g Bafeball 1, 2, 3. DEBORAH W. PHILLIPS Debby . New York accent. . .ability in writing. . .enjoys sports. . . a power model in riding breeches . . .carefree as her wind-blown bob. . .gets around in her '31 Ford. . .college in- tentions. Blue and White Editorial 2,' Comet Co-editor 3,' Prom Com- mittee 2,' Student Council 3,' Hockey 3,' Volleyball 2, 3,' Bar- ketball 2, 3,' Bafeball 2, 3. . , . ..ti:ufmwwg52w"f'i:i,3f. Q ' 1 -milk? ' ffvilzi .-t' . ,..7 fi,.t.a age S ta 1-'zzsz-2 . i -f'- 2 Y v'32'1'L ' f I " . I . . f fggiagqfg We 3 --Se :wg ' -- 1 A- W 1-5 :5-:Q . . ' ' 1'::7:.7" ' ' '5:!-' : VN- - "r:"5'55 x-"-7"'L:3'?QE-sae:-emit .ff .V , - f: -f k.fg.,i:r ,H,u3.Wg5m '- - V w"' isis.:-V .im V .ts'f.-avant: lzieifvf ' - ..: EV I f ' -:fe 3.12545 : ' -- .ii .ztmsivgf-21,5 :'gg's:ij:j'..'.,,Z111:,:gw1,a..aIj"1 I Wit.-1,fws-ezeft LW .L -, f ,K V' . . QE755, ALVIN H. RAPP Rappie A friendly smile. . .pals with Kromer and Teel. . .well-liked by everyone. . .curly hair. . . mannerly...Y or movies, his hang-out. Photography Club 3. ANDREW J. PIERZGA Turkey Good polka dancer. . .enjoys carpentry and painting. . .abil- ity to make and keep friends. .. no definite plans for the future. Band 1,' Typing Club 3. JANE G. PORT fanie A neat, hard working com- mercial student...a giggler and a talker. , .plays the piano . . .a pleasant personality. . . lots of friends. . .another of N.H.S.'s furure secretaries. Comet Bufinefx 3,' Commer- cial Club Ig Dramatic Club I, 2, 3. BEVERLY G. PIKE Bev A sincere and honest friend . . .ba real funster. . .a pleasant smile. . .enjoys dancing at Promised Land Lake. . .a busi- ness student. Blue and White Typift 35 Commercial Club 2, 3,' Typing Club 3. CHARLES A. POWELL Powell Small and quiet...spends time at Hollo. . .likes to hunt and shoot pool. . .not inter- ested in school. Photography Club 3. l 7 ,,., I DANIEL 5. REIMER Danny New member of the senior class. . .interested in football ...enjoys anargument. . .drives a 1935 Ford. . .enjoys fair weather vacations. . .fonxl of Northampton. ELEANOR S. REMSING I Eleanor Beautiful long brown hair. . . quiet in appearance only. . . friendly smile for all. , .hails from Bath. Athletic Council 3,' Dramatic Club Secretary 3,' Clee Club I, 2, Prexitlcnt 3,' Operetta 25 Prom Committee 2,' Student Council 3. GLORIA E. REMALEY Gloria Main interests are sports and mischief. . .pet peeve is making a P. D. report.. .aims to be a secretary. Commercial Club 3,' Dramatic Club 3,' Volleyball Ig Bareball I. MAYNARD P. RISSMILLER Wink Cool and calm, tall and thin ...hard man to beat in an argument or on athletic field. .. football captain. . .hails from East Lawn. Bareball 1, 2, 3,' Football, Varsity I, 2, Captain 3. V 39' f P .:-4. f-4.1 'H ' .. -- - ...f it fe-ar 1 i f . s SS sf 2 1 t if Xl VJ 1 if W J' S it t 1 gi. WILLIAM A. REAGAN Willy Medium height, light brown hair. . .smooth tenor voice. .. excels in sports. . .skiing and wrestling. . .leader of discus- sions. . .one of our future farmers. Glee Club 3,' Photography Club 2. ANITA J. ROTH Nueider An able housekeeper. . .good sense of humor. . .works at Five and Ten. . .neat in ap- pearance. Orcheftra I , 2,' Dramatic Club 35 Glee Club I, 2, 35 Operetta 2,' Student Council I. 68 CLAIRE L. REICHARD Claire Quiet and shy. . .possesses a cheery disposition. . ,likes read- ing and sports better than school work. . .interested in 4-H Club. Commercial Club l,' Dramatic Club 3,' Glee Club I. HARRY F. ROTH Rothy Quiet and serious. . .drives a black Ford. . .active in 4-H program, . .interested in dairy farming. Stagecraft Club 35 Typing Club 3. LOUISE A. ROTH Weezie Outstanding athletic ability ...enjoys dancing. , .never serious. , .works at Heckman's Drug store. . .hopes to be some- one's efficient secretary. Blue and White Typixt 25 Clan Prerident I ,' Comet Typirt 3,' Dramatic Club I,' Clee Club Ig Student Council I,' Athletic Council 2, 3,' Bafeball I, 2, 3,' Bafketball I, 2, 35 Hockey I, 2, 35 Volleyball 2. ROBERTA F. SCHEFFLER Bertie Blonde natural curly hair. . . blue eyes. . .lots of fun. . , studious. , .juggles figures with ease. . .considerate ofothers. . . enjoys bicycle riding. . .a future laboratory technician. Blue and White, Editorial I, 2,' Clan Secretary 2,' Comet, Editorial 35 Clee Club If Typing Club 2. MARLYN l.. ROTH Rothie Athletic ability unlimited. , . basketball captain. , .pleasing personality. . .cool-headed and big-hearted. . .sound judgment ...a man of his word. . .all- star fullback in Lehigh-North- ampton league. Barlaetball, Varfity I, 2, 35 Football, Varrity I, 2, 3. HERBERT W. SCHOENEBERGER Howard Fighting end. . .lightning for- ward. . .record breaking track man. . .partial to Stockertown . , .college plans. Bafleetball, Varsity 1, 25 Football, Vanity I, 2,' Track I, 2. tr. RANDOLPH R. ROTH Pete Kaiser-Frazer king. . .fleet- footed basketball player. . . part-time auto mechanic. . . well liked. . .excursions in his '34 Ace. Band Color Guard I, 2,' Ba:- ketball V. I, Vanity 2, 3,' Glee Club 3,' Student Council I, 2, 3,' Track 2, 3. JOHN J. SANTO johnny Outstanding center on foot- ball team. . .captain of base- ball team. . .not too ambitious scholastically. . .pleasing per- sonality. . . good senseofhumor, Bafeball I, 2, Captain 3,- Football 1, 2, 3,' Student Coun- cil 3. ROLLAND R. ROTH ROCK Rolly Tall, carefree, and quiet in school. . .one of the Tatamy Hgangu. . .likes sports, playing cards, and sleeping. , .his Leap Year birthday makes him four years old. . ,no future plans. Stagecraft Club 3. MARION S. SAYLOR Marion Small. . .serious. . . fre- quently on honor roll. . .Works in Five and Ten. . .main inter- ests, 4-H club and Luther League. . .hopes to be a stenog- rapher. Blue and White Editorial I, 25 Clay: Trearurer 2,' Comet Burineff Manager 3,' Com- mercial Club I,' Dramatic Club 1, 2,' Glee Club l,' Senior Play, .Major 3. BARBARA A. SHIMER Barbie Has poise, especially at the piano. . .a rookie from Tatamy . . .enjoys all sports. . .faithful band member. . .plans to enter college. Band I, Anixtanl Secretary and Trearurer 2, Treafurer 3,' Comet Co-editor 3,' Dramatic Club 2. EDITH M. SHOOK Shooleie Enjoys her daily hike to school. . .interested in dancing . . .likes to swim. . .spends time playing the piano. . .active member of the Glee Club. , .a friendly smile for everyone. Glee Club I, 2, 3,' Operetta 2. JEAN E. SHIMER feannie Dimples and a baby skin. . . ambition plus a rapturous smile. . .immaculate dresser. . . never a dull moment. . .inter- ested in nursing. Clan Vice Prefident 2,' Comet Bufineff 3,' Dramatic Club 1,' Photography Club I, 2,' Senior Play, Minor, 3,' Bareball 1, 2,' Volleyball I, 2, 3,' Bafleetball I, 2, 3,' Hockey 3. JAMES G. SHOTWELI. jim Interested in outdoor life. . . likes 'to sleep. . .keeps busy thinking up excuses .a great reader. . ,interested in Diesels . . .works on potato truck. Football, V. 1, 2,' Senior Play, Minor 3. SAMUEL R. SENNECA Yogi Tall, husky football tackle ...accompanied by laughter . . .grins at trouble. . ,very friendly and popular...mis- chievous. . .fond of Tatamy. Football, Vff I, 2, Var- .rity 3. LOUISE A. SMITH Smitty Dashing here, there, and everywhere. . .happy-go-lucky ...gifted with miles of words ...spends much time dancing . . .plays cymbals in the band. Band I, 2, 35 Glee Club I, 2, 3,' Operetta 25 Choralair: 2. DONALD E. SHAFER Shafer Hails from Cherry Hill. . . drives a truck and motor bike . . .silence is golden. . .active Boy Scout.. .Ends work a bothersome necessity. Stagecrafl Club 3. RALPH L. SMITH Ralph Enjoys trip to school on his Service-Cycle. . .hails from Edelmarfs. . .likes hunting and fishing. . .manages to get along with school work. Clee Club 3,' Track 3. HILDA A. STAMPF I1ilda A happy student..,one of Murphy's in gym class. . .movies and danc- ing. favorite pastimes. Cornet Typixt 3,' Commercial Club 2, 3. ROBERT M. TOMINO Bob Full of pep. . .in prime form when arguing. . .motor scooter ...smooth dancer, . .good taste in clothing. . .rhythmic drum player in band. Band Y, 2, 3,' Blue and White Editorial I, 2, 3,' Comet Edit- orial 3,' Dramatic Club Ig Pho- tography Club I, 2, 3,' Prom Committee 2,' Senior Play, .Minor 3. SHERWOOD S. STEWARD Dopey Hails from Tatamy. . ,likes gas stations. . .enjoys dancing .. .industri0us. . .neat. Blue and White Typirt 3,' Football V.'.r 25 Clee Club 2,' Operetta 2,' Student Council 3. OLEN L. TRACH Trachie Husky blond. . .hails from East Lawn. . .usually with Rissmiller. . .quiet and man- nerly. . .enjoys hunting and athletics. Athletic Council 25 Bafeball Managerl, 2,' Football Vanity 3. ELAINE M. SUTER Scutter Chatterbox from Room 23 . . .works at Murphy's Five and Ten. . .active in Dramatic Club. . .possesses a driver's license. . .likes sports and danc- ing. . .aims to be a secretary. Baxeball 2, 3,' Basketball 3,' Commercial Club 3,' Dramatic Club 2, 3,' Glee Club Ig Prom Committee, Refrethment 2,' V ol- leyball 2, 3. JOAN M. TEEL joan 'fall and slender. . .excellent basketball forward. . .fond of all sports. . .preference for col- lege men. . .aspires to he a model. Bafleetball I. 2, 3,' Dramatic Club I,' Glee Club 2, 3,' Oper- efta 3. DONALD C. TEEL Teelie Usually found with Rappie ...spends spare time in Y. M. C. A. gym. . .likes to tease. . . beats most of his friends at checkers. Typing Club 3. JEANNE A. THOMAS jeannie Head of the V. cheer- leaders. . .peppy and active. . . happy-go-lucky. . .cheerful. . . enjoys housework. . .letters from Navy. Bareball I, 2, 3,' Bafleetball I, 3,' V. Cheerleader 2, 3,' Dramatic Club I, 2, 35 Glee Club I. WILLIAM S. VE'l'OVlTZ Bill Eat, sleep, and make merry, Bill's philosophy . . . works at Nazareth Dress Factory after school. . .study halls his favorite periods. Prom Committee 2,' Trafk 2,' Typing Club 2. ERMA l. WAMBOLD Hershey Chatter, chatter, chatter, . , possesses sunny disposition. . . always ready to lend a helping hand. . .sport enthusiast. , .en- joys cooking. . .plans to sling hash. Dramatic Club 2, 3,' Prom Committee 25 Bareball 1,' Ba:- ketball I ,' Volleyball I . I ANNE E. WAY GERALDINE F. WELTY Annie Gerry A future lady in white... . A dependable student. . .all- enjoys sports, popular music, round good sport.. .likes to and movies...bashful,bu.twell- dance, read, and listen to liked. , .drives a 346 Buick. .. records. . .wants to he a sec- a Comet personality writer. retary. Comet Editorial 3,' Dramatic Bareball 3,' Barhetball 3,' Vol- Club 2,' Prom Committee 2. leyball 3. FRANCES H. UNGER Tootf A sports spectator. . .active member of Commercial Club .. .enjoys skating. . .hails from Cherry Hill . . .likes dancing and housework. Commereial Club I, 2, 3. CHARLES K. WERKHEISER Doc Wavy hair. . .drives a blue Dodge.. .likes farm work. . . believes silence is golden. . . cheerful. . .interested in foot- ball. Photography Club 3 KARL K. UNGER Karl Tall, red-haired. . .powerful football guard. . .calm, polite, and mannerly. . ,shy, blushes easily. . .a hard Worker. Bafbetball Varfity 2,' Football Varrity I, 2, 3,' Photography Club 2,' Prom Committee 2,' Stageeraft 3,' Track I. WILFRED R. WESSNER Willy ' Possesses curly hair and a mis- chievous smile. . .a speedy half- back on the football team. .. hails from Tatamy. . .often visits in Nazareth. Baseball I, 2, 3,' Football V.'J I, Varrity 2, 35 Typing Club 3. 72 l ETHEL M. WOOLBERT Ethel An ambitious commercial student, . .hails from Heck- town. . .holds her own in P. D. arguments. . .Works in the Five and Ten. . ,well-liked by every- one, . ,hopes to be a librarian or a bookkeeper. Comet Editorial ana' Typift 35 Dramatic Club If Clee Club l,' Hockey 1, 2,' Bafeball I, A.r.ri.ft- ant Manager 2,' Volleyball I, Afxiftarit Manager 2g Barketball I, 2. AUDREY A. WUNDERLY llfunderly Enjoys dancing. . .partici pates in class basketball., works at Five and Ten.. movie fan. Dramatic Club 2. 3,4 Bafleet- ball 1, 2, 35 Volleyball 1, 35 Bafeball 1, 2, 3. FRANK F. YANDROSITZ Frank One of the hand color guards ,, ,very neat in appearance. .. a keen mind put to a good use . . .interested in medicine. Band Color Guard 2, 3,' Clan Prefidertt 2,' Football V.'J Ig Prom Committee 1, 2,' Student Council 2. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS MAMIE A. ZELLNER lllamie Hails from East Lawn... seemingly quiet. . .cheery dis- position, . ,interested in being a housewife. - Commercial Club 2, 3g Dra- matic Club 3. Mr. Shekletski, Adizuerg Miriam Kowalczk, Treafurerg Frank Yandrositz, Vice-Prexidentg Harold Henning, Presidentg Constance Kraemer, Secretaryg Gloria DeReamus, Hixtoriart. O Alma Mater AFVVV JJ 'rJrl' l NTHE OLD L-usromc NA-ZARETH JGAINSTTHE mauve suw Y THY NAME, DEAR ALMA MATER, We SHALL vvm THE Fnearrg ffvfv JJ 'LVAQQ4 STANDS oua LOVED ,ALMA MATER Panoz or DAYS -ro come. D Foaus,THY sons AND OAUGHTERS, DMS WILL Eff-:fa as BRIGHT B . L 'VFrrLr'vJ-I .url " I ERE WITH DAILY TASKS WE STRUGGLE WITH OUR GOALIN SIGHT ZARETH HLGHJQ 'mea we'PLE PLEDGING LLOUR MAIN AND mnem- 'fvfv JJ rff Evsa Mmorun. OF cum BROTHERS Amo THE BLUE AND WHITE , EVER SHALL DISHONOR CLOUD THEE Nor-1 THE BLUE AND WHITE, 74 Miss Anna Abel Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Abel Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Albani Mrs. Charles V. Alpaugh Miss Kathleen M. Altemose Mr. Lee Altemose Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Andrews Mr. Arthur Bailey Mrs. Arthur Bailey Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bartholomew Dr. and Mrs. S. G. Beck Patron List Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs . G. Fred Heckman . F. A. Heintzelman . Robert L. Henning . Walter Himler . Elwood Hoch Mrs. Elizabeth Homoki Mr. Wm. "Bill', Hontz, Jr. Miss Dorothy Houck Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Houck Miss Minnie E. Itterly Fred Dallachiesa Mr. and Mrs. Robert Becker Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Benjamin Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Benvegno Miss M. Charlotte Berger Dr. and Mrs. R. I. Brazina Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brodt Miss Pearl M. Brodt Mr. Paul T. Bond Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Arlett R. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton L. Bunn Bernard Burstein Butz Harvey S. Butz Edward -I. Cassler Raymond Correll Mr. and Mrs. Courtland Cressman Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jones Mr. and Mrs. Morris C. Kahler Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Kahler Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kelchner Miss Betty Kelchner Miss Esther Kelchner Mr. and Mrs. Harold Keller Mr. and Mrs. Lovine L. Keller Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kemmer Mrs. Lizzie Kern Mr. and Mrs. William Kilpatrick Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Steward Klein- top, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Ignatz Klepeis Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kline Mr. and Mrs. C. Knauss Miss Betty Mae Koch Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Unangst Mr. Raymond Darrohn Mr. and Mrs. A. William Day Mr. and Mrs. Wilson DeLong Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeReamus Mrs. Andella Derr Miss Agnes Deutsch Rev. Walter H. Diehl Mr. and Mrs. Nick Drosnock Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ferraro Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Filield Mr. William H. Fitield Mr. and Mrs. Preston Flory Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frahle Miss Margaret M. Franck Mr. Ezra Frantz Miss Henrietta Frantz Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frantz Dr. and Mrs. John A. Fraunfelder Mr. and Mrs. Brice H. Freestone Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Frey A Friend Mrs. H. Fulmer Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Gallaher Mrs. Katie Gaumer . John Kositz Mr. and Mrs. . Jacob Kowalczk Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mathias Kositz Lester H. Kratz . L. C. Lerch Frederick A. Marcks David Margerison Mr. Howard Marsh Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Claude Metz Clair Metzger . Arthur R. Meyers Paul Meyers Russell Meyers Lester Miller Harold F. Gogle, Jr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Chester Gower Harry Gower S. Gregory Frank Hadl Elmer E. Hahn Clarence Happel Harry M. Happel Mr. Paul F. Hariegle Dr. and Mrs. Earl B. Hartman Mr. and Mrs. John Haschak Miss Alfrieda Heckman Mrs. Florinda Mladossich Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Moser, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore H. Nagle Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neumeyer Mr. and Mrs. Harry Olson Atty. and Mrs. Walter L. Peters Mr. and Mrs. John P. Phillips Dr. H. C. Pohl Mr. and Mrs. Harry Port Mrs. Eva Prendergast Mr. and Mrs. Allen F. Pritchard Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Pysher Mr. K. S. Reagan Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Reagan Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Reagle Mr. and Mrs. John G. Redline Mr. George H. Rehrig Mr. and Mrs. Earl M. Reinhard Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reichl Mr. Stanley Reimer 75 Mr. Earl R. Remaley Mr. and Mrs. Grant R. Remaley Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosenberg Mr. and Mrs. Chester Roth Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Roth, Sr. Mr. Ronald D. Roth Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sassaman Mr. and Mrs. Howard T. Saylor Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schnerr Miss Pearl E. Schnerr Dr. and Mrs. W. Scutt Mrs. Ellen Seibold Dr. and Mrs. E. A. N. Seyfried Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. K. Shafer Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Shafer Mrs. Lillian Shaffer Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shankweiler Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin M. Shimer Atty. and Mrs. Charles L. Shimer Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Shimer Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Shive Mr. and Mrs. Leo Shook, Sr. Miss Rhoda Siegel Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Siegfried Mr. Stanley Skuta Mr. Charles L. Smith Mr. and Mrs. David D. Smith Mr. and Mrs. George A. Smith Mr. Wesley G. Smith Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Snyder Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stampf Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Steward Miss Stites Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Stites Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sturgis Mr. and Mrs. George Suter, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Frank V. Thompson Mr. Carl H. Toth Mr. and Mrs. Lester Trach Mr. Jack Turner Miss Miriam L. Unangst Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Unger Mr. Victor Viti Dr. and Mrs. F. N. Wagner Mr. Lester Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Warner Mr. and Mrs. David Way Dr. Alvin I. Weintraub Mr. Robert Welty Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Weinhofer Mr. and Mrs: Truman Welty Mr. and Mrs. Clark Wessner Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Wilkinson Miss Katharine L. Winn Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Woolbert Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wunderly Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Yeisley Mr. Henry Yeska Young Men's Christian Asso. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Zellner E was a master because he tool: infinite Pains. We are his earnest clisciplesf, 76 0 Like the proverbial rolling stone that gathers no moss, are you going through life aimlessly, making no provision for the future? 0 Stop and think this thing through. If you don't provide for your own later years, who will? Remember, your earning years will not continue for ever. Now, while you have money, is the time to adoptaplan of making systematic bank de- posits. Your account will be welcome here. NAZARETH NATIUNAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY NAZARETH, PA. Uember Fedfral Depofit Inyurance Corporation 77 l ,,,, Congraialaiiom to Gradaafey . . . To the young men and Women of the Class of '49 We say, "Good VVork and Good Luckf' Some of you will go into business, some will marry, some will go to college. You Will find, sooner or later, that a close relationship 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. e'f""""N 41-.5?f5"'-" 'E-M-if 'P rimurml vl . Pe.-nw' ' " ju, E ' -e ll' Qi SILUND - - i -i fn ' i' i lviinlilili I -' ll Pilnlinlul va? -ww . , llllll --ug '15- , '.-1371 ' "i I' '1!i 2 i l 1 1 9 , J F? ll 8 3 4-af e -Q f 1' T 5 ii E' C12 fi, ,. ,g ig ff? Q if , '49 'fx-.23 1 - :.-.,',:d, ,ig I NAZARETH, PENNA. A Member, Federal Referee A Wlember, Federal Depofit System Bank Inmranee Corporaiion Bank 78 Experience Has No Snbsizfnie 20 years of yearbook "KNOWHOW', is yours when you sign with MERIN STUDIUS UF PHUTUGRAPHY Ojieiezl Plzofogmplzery to the 1949 Comet All portraits appearing in this publication have been placed on file in our Studio, and can be duplicated at any time. Write or phone us for information Pennypacker 5-5777 1010 CHESTNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA 7, PENNA. 79 Keystone Portland Cement Co. BATH, PENNSYLVANIA ii? Manufacturers of KEYSTONE PORTLAND CEMENT "A Better Cement" VELROCA HIGH-EARLY STRENGTH "A Perfect High Early Strength Portland Cernentn KEYSTONR DARK CEMENT '24 Uniform Color Dark Cernentu iff General Offices: 1400 S. PENN SQUARE PHILADELI I-IIA, PA Sales Offices: PHILADFLPHIA - NEW YORK - BOSTON 80 Nazareth Cement Co. General Office: NAZARETH, PA. 'ik Sain Offer: 41 East 42nd Street Commercial Trust Building NEW YORK CITY PHILADELPHIA il? PRODUCTS: Nazco High-Early Strength Portland Cement Nazareth Portland Cement Nazareth Mortar Cement 81 Pennsylvania-Dixie Cement Corporation NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA PENN DIXIE .CENME NJ' .N . 1 KINGSPIIRT, TENN. 2 CLINCHFIELD, GA. 3 RICHARD CITY, TENN. 4 NAZARETH, PA. wr PLANTS No No No No 5 PENN ALLEN, PA. 6 BATH, PA. 7 PORTLAND POINT, N. Y. 8 WEST DES MOINES, IOWA 82 NAZARETH STEEL FABRICATURS, INC. STFEI PI ATE CONSTRUCTION LIGHT QTRUCTURAL STEEL SCREW CONVEYORS ENGINEERING if? G. A. SMITH, Prfficifnt H.J.EDELM N V' P dt A , we fs en H. E. ACKERMAN Vac P nd t P. E. IVIEYINRS Sec etary T eau 6 83 COM PLIMENTS to the Nazareth Hzgh School Faculty :md BEST WISHES to the ENTIRE CLASS OF 1949 if? Plant STOCKERTOWN, PENNA. Ojifef PHILADELPHIA - NEW YORK - BOSTON Q4 KRAEMER HUSIERY COMPANY nr J++ I L. G. Balfour Company ATTLEBORO - - - MASSACHUSETTS il? Class Rings and Pins Commencement Invitations Diplomas - Personal Cards Club Insignia Memorial Plaques iff RE PRES ENTATIVE2 WALTER G. FLY 141 EAST NORTH STREET B1-QTHLEHEM, PENNA. 86 i C0mpIz'mem'.v 0f FRED L. ANDREWS ESTATE DRIED BEEF MANUFACTURERS if? NAZAR ETH PENNSYLVANIA Ho1nmer's Restaurant mM Soda Fountain ik 122 SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PA. KEPPELS PIONEER SELF SERVICE MARKETS YE' CHESTNUT STREET --- BATH, PA. Phone 4921 CENTER SQUARE, NAZARETH, PA. Phone 1075 QS Ralph F. Heekman MEATS - GROCERIES - ICE CREAM FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FROZEN FOODS I il? Phone 376 105 BELVIDERE STREET NAZARETH, PA. George N. Miller FARMALL TRACTORS MCCORMICK FARM EQUIPMENT Safer and Servicf General Merchandise, Flour, Feed, Seeds, Fertilizer, and Spray Material il? BUSHKILL CENTRE R. D. No. 2, NAZARETH, PA S9 CHURCHMAN BUSINESS COLLEGE HA Thorough Business Training Schooln C. E. CIEIURCHMAN, Principal Now Locazed in Our New College Building COURSES FOR HIGI-I SCHOOL AND COLLEGE GRADUATES Advanced Accounting Junior Accounting Business Administration General Business Executive-Secretarial Stenographic DAY AND EVENING SESSIONS Member of the National Council of Business Schools Licensed by the Pennsylvania State Board of Private Business Schools 355 SPRING GARDEN STREET EASTON, PA FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CUMPANY UF NURTHAMPTUN IIUUNTY Incorporated March 17, 1845 Insure! for FIRE - LIGHTNING - STORM - EXTENDED COVERAGE Over a Century of Dependable Service il? FARMERS, MUTUAL BUILDINI 72 SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PA. 90 Compzzmmf of KLIPPLE BUS LINES Comfortable Coaches Capable Drivers Home-Owned and Operated rf? BATH, PENNSYLVANIA PIaone Bath 2211 Zollinger - Harned's The Department Store That Giver "S ii, H" Green Stampr rl? HAMILTON STREET NEAR SIXTH ALLENTOWN, PA. 91 Solt Chevrolet CHEVROLET and OLDSTVIOBILE Sala and Servicf wif 49 SOUTH BROAD STREET NAZARETH, PA. R. F. ZIECLER, INC. DODGE -- PLYMOUTH -- DODGE TRUCKS Salef and Service' vi? EASTON 7288 NAZARETH 355 92 CS11b5idiary of fuliuf Kayfer U, C0.j SALES OFFICE . . . 366 BROADWAY, NEW YORK MILLS . . . NAZARETH, PA. There are styles to suit ages from I to 16 years. Infants' shirts and panties, children's Waist suits, boys' and misses' union suits in various styles and fabrics, boys' athletic shirts and shorts. Also, Nazareth Sleepers in one and two-piece styles. All retail at popular prices. Robert C. Moyer 324 SOUTH MAIN STREET, NAZARETH, PA. silt CHRYSLER -- PLYMOUTH Sulfur --- Service --- Part.: , Sir R. T. KAUFFMANN, Manager Phone 1060-J Northampton Farm Bureau COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION Feed, Fertilizer, and all kind of seeds Spray Material and Petroleum Household Appliances ii' i PHONE EASTON 2-0243 TATAMY, PA H arry E. F raniz Armstrong Linoleum - Vikon Tile Kitchen Modernization Floor Sanding and Refinishing Wir Phone 307 205 NORTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PENNA 94 Make This Your Shop Stehly,s Men's Shop Men's Furnishings Si? 124 SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PENNA CONGRATULATIONS Floyd W. Schmldt HMORTICIANU I41TCK7Lf6'd in Pffnnfylwnia and Nfw ferfffy Phone 75 CORNER BELVIDERE 81 FAIRVIEW STREETS NAZARETH, PA 95 GEORGE H. WELTY, Prefiderir F. M. NOECKER, See. and Treax The Nazareth Coal E5 Lamher Co. COAL - LUMBER HARDWARE and BUILDING MATERIAL Your Dealer for thefe Farnouy Produriy Kelvinator RCA Victor Eureka Bendix American Central Horton Speed Queen Quality Capital Lehigh and "Blue" Coal Ojiee and Hardware Store: Appliance Store: 4304136 S. MAIN STREET 41 BELVIDERE STREET Phones: 319-J and 319-M Phone 1-066 NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA Nazareth Drew fllaaafaeiariag Co. TATAMY SHIRT MILL Phone 716 Woon STREET Sz MADISON AVENUE NAZARETH, PA. 96 OUR BEST WISHES to the flilemberf of Nazarelh High School A Glass nf '49 Complimentf of . . . 1115192 Ulutnne Iauuse Broad Street at Belvidere Nazareth, Pa. MESSINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY TATAMY, PENNSYLVANIA fl? MANUFACTURERS OF Dusters - Threshers - Dust Mixers - Seed Treaters Corn Shellers - Woodworking Machines 97 Klzppleif Tydol Serfoice Smfiorr PAUL KLIPPLE, Proprietor Gas, Oils, Accessories, and Certified Car Lubrication Phone 9007 ik' ROUTE 45 NAZARETH, PA. The Trumbower Company Dealerf in Coal - Lumber - Crushed Stone Building Material and Ready Mixed Concrete NAZARETH, PA. if Main Ollice Branch Office Easton Road 23 S. Main Street Phone 798 or 799 Phone 157 98 HIGH GRADE DAIRY PRODUCTS Jr, . "lf " l.,f'i iff' ' I R I W zllowdale T. D. KOSTENBADER 85 SON ii? Phone 132 or 117 GEO. S. MESSINGER, Prefidfnt GEO. F. REESE, Treamrer PeOple's Coal and Supply CO. Dealerf in COAL, LUMBER, HARDWARE AND BUILDING MATERIAL Building Paper, Lead, Paints, Varnislies c . Jld Companys Lehlh and Lehigh Valley Coal ii? PHONE: NAZARETH 483 STOCKERTOWN, PENNA. 99 Honizfr HALLMARK-NORCROSS CARDS-GIFTWRAP "Norris Chocolates" ' A 125 SOUTH MAIN ST. NAZARETH, PA Nazareth Tool and Supply Co. PETER F. YEISLEY, Prop. Phone 72 150 SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PA. 100 S. J. GREGORYS GARAGE STUDEBAKER CARS and TRUCKS Sala' and Serwice Phone 478 27 MAUCH CHUNK STREET NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA Mary Ann? Bmuzy Shop Telephone 789 il? 107 SQUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PA. 101 DetWeiler's Road Side Market it FRESH FRUIT, PRODUCE, AND GROCERIES it Free Delivery Phone 605-J Located on road leading from Cherry Hill to Wind Gap ST. REGIS PAPER CO NAZARETH,PA. it Manufacturers of PAPER BAGS for Flour - Cement - Plaster Ground Limestone - Gypsum and Other Pulverized Products 102 Smith Motor Company KATSER - FRAZER Salam' and Service il? EAST WALNUT STREET NAZARETH, PA. Stanley J. Hahn GENERAL MERCHANDISE Fruits - Vegetables - Meats ik Phone Nazareth 9023 103 J. A. LOPRESTI Massey - Harris and New Holland Farm Machinery Dairy Barn Equipment Baler Twine - Motors - Tires Phone: Nazareth 604 STOCKERTOWN, PA. Best Wishes to the Members of Nazareth High School Class of '49 it Henry Sehlegel MEN,S AND BOYS' OUTFITTERS 13-15 BELVIDERE STREET NAZARETH, PA 104 F inkbeiner's Esso Service Station FRED FINKBEINER, Proprietor GAS, OILS, ACCESSORIES, AND CAR LUBRICATION Phone Easton 2-9119 TATAIVIY, PA. NAZARETH FAIR DRDUNDS II EVERY WEDNESDAY 4200 P. M. UNTIL MIDNIGHT Supply All Your Shopping Nfecis Fruits, Vegetables, Fish, Cakes, Candies, Meats, and Clothing for the entire family MERCHANDISE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION it NAZARETH AUDTIDN AND SALES MARKET Economy Prices Phone Nazareth 884-I I ws I W. H. BOWERS Pezifzter emo' Decorator Floor Sanding and Refinishing Sk PHONE NAZARETH 2821-3 STOCKERTOVVN, PA. Boker Convalescent Home MR. Ziz MRS. CLARENCE F. BAKER Phone Nazareth 629-J NEWBURG R. D. No. 3, EASTON, PA 106 Nicholaselfs Modern Restaurant FOUNTAIN SERVICE HOME COOKING Phone: 284-R 148 SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PA. FRACK 81 LEH Sales and Serving if NAZARETH, PA. HARVEY P. DIETZ Photogmphfr if? 55 SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARIETH, PA. FRITUS UF CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA, INC. Tafte Appeal with Evfry Alfa! 640 SOUTH SPRUcE STREET Nazareth 622 ' Q Anglemzre 5 For Records, Popular Sheet Music, and Musical Items Ueadguartfrf for The Famous Esterbrook Re-New Fountain Pens Alwayf a Good Point! 40 SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARIETH, PA. Point BAJAN 'S Meat Market 75? Phone 9026 96 SEIP AVENUE NAZARETH, PA. HELLER'S Grocery Store il? Phone 413-M 18 NORTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PA, 'li 1 108 Doanojws Paramount Inv. LADIES, APPAREL ik 409 Northampton Street EASTON, PENNA. BETHLEHEM BUSINESS COLLEGE BETHLEHEM, PA. Fifty-Jecond Year An approvfd Bnfinfff Training School Complete Secretarial, Accounting, Business Administration and Business Machine Courses DAY AND EVENING SESSIONS Ark for Annual Catalog BLUE MOUNTAIN CONSOLIDATED WATER COMPANY iff Extfndf it: Complimentf to the CLASS OF '49 C. F. MARTIN CO. Inc. Eytablifhed 1833 if? MAKERS Ol' Martin Guitars, Mandolins and Ukuleles NAZARETH, PA. N azareth Mutual Fire Insurance Company ik Chartered 1867 il? Nazareth Mutual Building 16 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pa. For Quality and Service in PRINTING, Come to Young's Press Phone 230-R 127 East High Street Nazareth, Pa. DR. LEON KOLB OPTOMETRIST Eye! Examined 118 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. Phone 146 Hours-Friday only 2:00 p. m. to 6:00 p. m. 7:00 p. m. to 8:30 p. m. Joe Geuier 'J Gro eery Clformerly Beiff Storej if? Phone 606-J N Corner Main and Mauch Chunk Streets Nazareth, Pa. Albert O. Sturgis 81 Son Real Estate - General Insurance Notary Public if? Telephone 157 23 SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PA. N azarofh Motor Company Buick Salef - Service F. J. SCHEETZ, Prop. Phone 388 NORTH NEW STREET NAZARETH, PENNA. JACOB, MAYER THE HOME OF THE FINEST CLOTHES for MEN AND BOYS ik On the Square since 1894 EASTON, PENNA. ECONOMY STORE KESSLER'S GROCERY Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Hershey Tee Cream Phone 98-R 215 NORTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PA. Shoes for the Whole Family Q, e . ' f CENTRE SQUARE EAsToN, PA. Frank Huth Sc Sons Nazareth, Pa. if? INSURANCE ihat can be depended upon in an emergency iff Telephone 177 Lawn Mowers Sharpened 81 Repaired Keys Cut - Locks Repaired Specializing in Auto Keyf Safety Glass - Tools Sharpened See Clayton Messinger Phone 134 Pine Street Nazareth, Pa. Raymond D. T eel GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Specialift in Roofing - Siding - Insulation Tile Bathrooms - Tile Kitchens Hardwood Floors Also Concrete W0l'k johnf-fllanville Shingle: a Specialty Phone Nazareth 143-R 216 South Whitheld Street Nazareth, Pa. Congratulationf to tha Clan of 1949 . . . Paul W. Hackman Nazareth's Oldest PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE ART SHOP MRS. MARK PARSEGHIAN iff Yarns - Flosses Crochet Threads - Stamp Goods Jewelry wir 18 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. Fedon Electric Co. il? Frigidaire Appliances Refrigerators, Ranges, Water Heaters, Radios, Washers, Freezers il? Phone 663 111 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. Nazareth Artzjiczal I ce C 0. FRANCIS FLICK, Diftribuzor 7? Phone 269 Sf? NAZAR ETH, PA. R. f. Bartholomew FUNERAL DIRECTOR il? 211 EAST CENTER STREET NAZARETH, PA. BARNI-IART'S MARKET Fruits - Vegetables Fish Phone 214 49 BELVIDERE STREET NAZARETH, PA. R- D- LAMBERT Square Deal Garage JEWPQLER ii? NAZARETH, PA. PONTIAC Sales --- Service ii? Phone S 25 SOUTH BROAD STREET NAZARETH, PA. Wayne S. Trach il? Groceries - General Merchandise Feed and Farm Supplies ig. Phone S27-R-1 MOORESTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA Broad Street Meat Market E. H. KERN, Prop. Home Dressed Fresh 85 Smoked Meats Poultry 105 SOUTH BROAD STREET NAZARETH, PA. Snyder Milling Co. GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR BIKE MOTOR ' GOLD STAR AND BE SURE TO SEE THE NEW WHIZZER BIKE Phone 145 MOTOR NOW ON DISPLAY 'k NAZARETH, PA. 5 Horace R. Bowers if? EMPIRE HOUSE SALAVATORE FERRARO, Prop. , 71? Pa1nter and Paper Hanger Floor Sanding and Reflnishing GOOD RATS ik' ik Phone 289-L2 Phone: Easton 2-9266 ROUTE 3 NAZARETH, PA. TATAMY, PA- EVERYTHING IN UIVIBRELLAS W O Florey Since 1898 WE MAKE, RECOVER gl REPAIR CHAS. H. PIKE 1334 N. Centre St. Bethlehem, Pa. Phone 7-9903 WILBUR J. PIKE 308 S. Whitheld St. Nazareth, Pa Phone 374-R General Contractor and Builder 75? Phone: Easton 2-4788 il? Main Street Tatamy, Pa Compliments of B. CHANE tl? 60 SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PA. Nazareth Planzng Mz'Il C 0. rllanztfacturerf of UMILLWORK OF QUALITYH Sash Doors - Shutters - Blinds - Frames Colonnades - Stairwork - Moulding Interior Trim, Etc. tl? PROSPECT AND GREEN STREETS NAZARETH, PA. Clinton D. Frantz SHOES tk 108 SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PA. The Leader Store Corner Main and Belvidere Streets NAZARETH, PA. Wearing Apparel for the Entire Family Styled . . Right Priced . . Right FLORY'S GROCERY STORE 'air Abbott's Deluxe lce Cream Meats - Tobacco - Confectionery Sir Phone 9016 NAZARETH, PA. C. S. LAHR Repair Service Electric Appliances - Coleman Oil Heaters Gould's Deep Sz Shallow Well Pumps Machine Shop Facilities Phone 790 167 SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA Be Wise --- Simonize ik Ernest E. Toth Specializing in Car Washing, Polishing 8a Simonizing We Call For and Deliver Phone: Easton 2-7302 MAIN STREET TATAMY, PA. Elwood S. Rolarbach General Repair Work and Farm Machinery Ojcial Infpection Station Phone: Nazareth 629-R ROUTE 1 BETHLEHEM, PA. PRESCRIPTIONS Drugs - Cosmetics Soda Fountain Service Select your Hallmark Cards for All Occasions at George H. Heckmafz Phone 100-W 11 BELVIDERE STREET NAZARETH, PA. Shop at KIEFE R'S For A Paints - Hardware - Sporting Goods Delta and Porter Cable Power Tools Phone 6176 J. M. KIEFER 460 NORTHAMPTON STREET EASTON, PA. Roy T. Fehnel General Building Contractor Phone Nazareth Ollice 131 Residence 131 Shop 131 RoUTE No. 3, NAZARETH BELFAST, PA. KUHNS81 SHANKWEILER The lVlan's Store il? Popular Priced Clothing for Young Men ik ALLENTOWN, PA. WELK'S Mobz'le Ser'vz'ce Station JOHN WELK, Proprifzor Gas, Oils, Accessories, and Certiiied Car Lubrication Phone 9003 BROAD AND CENTER STREETS NAZARETH, PA. MOWRER'S Dairy Products ROBERT H. EDELMAN, Diftributor wilt Homogenized Vitamin 'D' MILK tl? Telephone 81 NAZARETH, PENNA. Nazareth Hardware Company WARREN S. DECH, Mgr. Phone 378 49-51 South Main Street FURNITURE I. Schwartz 3 Son H. T. VANNATTA, Mgr. Phone -198-I NAZARETH, PA. S40 S. Main St. Nazareth, Pa Congratulatioru f ! f TO the Class Of '49 ir G. C. Murphy CO. "The Friendly Store" NAZARETH, PA. Baslakill Paper Company Wholefale lllrrehantx and ,Hill Diftributorx of Paper, Paper Products, Twine Dial S144 1220 NORTHAMPTON STREET EASTON, PENNSYLVANIA Lester G. Hartman BELFAST, PA. il? MEAT - ICE CREAM SPORTING GOODS F. E. Weinland Hardware, Glass, Paint, Oil If? BROAD AND MAIN STREETS BETIILEIIEM, PENNA. Phone 7-9706 Phone 7-9707 Fogel's Gulf Station WALTPIR FOGEL Gas, Oil 85 Accessories Call and Delivery Service Phone 9017 BROAD AND BELVIDERE STREETS NAZARETH, PA. LEE SOCKS The Man'5 Store wi? 21 SOUTH THIRD STREET EASTON, PENNA Kroclis Garage NAZARETH GENERAL REPAIRING BURIAL VAULT Gas - Oil - Accessories COMPANY Inspection Station No. 8629 ik is Phone Shop: Phone Residence: Nazareth 9051 Nazareth 30-R-1 162 SOUTH GREEN STREET R. D. l, Nazareth NAZARETH PA NEWBURG, PENNA. Beil's Shell Service Gas and Lubrication Tires and Accessories Phone 9020 Broad and Center Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania Sandt's Eddy Hotel T. FRED HECKMAN, Prop. il? Shuflleboard if? Phone - Easton 2-9281 North Delaware Drive EASTON, PENNSYLVANIA G. S. Oswald 8? Co. JEWELER 'ik Nazareth, Pennsylvania CITIZENS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY of NORTHAMPTON COUNTY Organized 1880 Protects for FIRE - LIGHTNING - EXTENDED COVERAGE TATAMY, PENNSYLVANIA Smith Grocery il? 430 SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PA. NAZARETH BUILDING BLOCK PLANT -ft..-1.1, :t:tgt,c,:-g:-g- ,ctgt5t,t,:-::gt:t11,1-,.-...,,,,1.,.-.:-.-. ' A ltjzzjlifg Q 1 1 1 ., 1 riziiieit' 5- 525523: 2: trzrxrzrz. 2':rt.' .152-21.2,-,'3:f.112: ' :z:23fz2a.' 'I-t.a13:tt 1 - sw' . . ,1 'gif2gagt1fa1a1e2f11-'-f'2fff11-A-ff' 222: 221212121-" ' :t-I QtZi55iz51::E :, zgiit gajt. eiaieaeiaeea g iaiie f e i i-i222i.ta .,3tg1g:5t3.31g:-:-tt'' .. :5:t:t::3:55:5s- , Sizes 4" - 8" -12" Blocks of Distinct Quality and Beauty Manufacturerf of White Sand and Cinder Blocks Phone 616 Route No. 1, Nazareth Con fmmlcmom ROY S. HAHN 1,0525 Clam INSURANCE Of 1949 Notary Public - Pttbitc Accountant HIMLE R,S it Cleaners - Dyctc Garment Storage Phone 1040 113 SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PA. NAZARETH - EASTON - BETHLEHEM Starzmzm' E5 T roxell Service Station Complete Line of Accessories Tires 81 Tubes Batteries ii? STOCKERTOWN, PA., HIGHWAY 115 Phone Nazareth 533-J-3 NAZARETH STEAM LAUNDRY and CARPET CLEANING E. E. JOHNSON, Proprietor Phone 326 All Orders Promptly Called For and Delivered 'THE LAUNDRY DOES ITS BEST, 165 S. WHITFIELD ST., NAZARETH, PA Compliments of Nazareth Paper Box Co. il? NAZARETH, PA. Nazareth Cab Co. KENNETH ENGLER, Proprietor Phone 612 36 BELVIDERE STREET NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA PENN ALLEN SLAG COMPANY Slag Products 548 HAMILTON STREET ALLENTOWN, PA. Plants: Hokendauqua, Pa. and Glendon, Pa "PUTT', FLICK'S ICE SERVICE Daily Delivery Phone 245-R-2 NAZARETH, PA. Congratulations to the Class of 1949 Frzknclly Sewbzg Shop Yard Goods, Notions, Sewing, and Alterations Phone 6-ll 62 SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PENNA. SAM ' S TERMINAL RESTAURANT S. ARISTIDE, Prop. Home Cooking Short Orders Platters Sandwiches Homemade Pies Soda Fountain Service Phone 9056 "WHERE ALL THE BUSES STOP" 18 Mauch Chunk Street Nazareth Reid and Scbappell il? Fresh Fruits, Meats, Groceries and Frozen Foods if Phone Nazareth 763-R-I STOCKERTOWN, PENNA. LEON I. HEYER SERVICE STATION vii? General Repairing Welding Accessories wir Phone Nazareth 720-I-4 STOCKERTOWN, PA. MICHAEL BUCCHI 8: SON Shoe Rebuilding - Shoe Shining New shoes in stock Phone 9058 142 SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PA. T aylor Store STOCKERTOWN The Big Store with the Little Front STANLEY TOOLS MILLER FALLS TOOLS DISTON SAWS PLUIVIB HAMMERS CABINET HARDWARE LUCAS PAINTS WINDOW GLASS if Phone Nazareth 1003-R PARKING REAR OF STORE FIXTURES APPLIANCES ' REPAIRS E. L. NEWAY Electrical Contractor Wiring for Light and Power Phone Easton 2-7014 MAIN STREET TATAMY, PA. Compliment: Of Antlz ony J. F errczro il? NORTH MAIN STREET STOCKERTOWN, PENNA. Alpha T. Burley Plumbing and Heating Eftimatcf Given Phone 2 Easton 2-39-I-I BROAD STREET TATAMY, PA. Si? BINNEY 8: SMITH COMPANY ik

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