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

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5 5 E 5 1 S 1 3 U 52 E S S 5 4 1 5 5 1 ,Q ,, I ,I . 4 1 4 Q 2 K Y. was M11-.zu - ' ' "W, fmvxww xv wwmswxf rw vmem me Law mm.xmmzxmazisw1x?az:7:amzfam.,.eaam4m:.u-..M.g:aMf' 'sfsswzanxmam -vxzxssmp xi OUR SCHOOL BECOMES A REALITY NAZARETH AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL THE COMET Publifhfd by the' fluff of 1956 NAZARETH AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA Mfmber of Columbza Scholaftc Pam Afoc aton Mfmber of Pmmyl tl'I'L1ll Srhool Prffx Amor :mon Building Named FOREWORD We, the class of 1956, have pictured some of the many new areas and facilities of the F. A. Marcks Building in our yearbook. We will always remember that we were the first class to graduate from the new Area Senior High School. lf, in future years, today's high school students page through the Comet and remember the Blue Eagles winning the Lehigh-Northampton League Championship, the Blue Eagle Cagers competing in the District X1 playoffs, the Prom, assemblies, and the Glee Club'S Christmas Program, the staff will know that the 1956 Comet was successful. Since the CSPA theme was INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING, our staff is sending a 1956 Comft to a high school In Europe to help create better understanding between students In Europe and America. N - THE F. A. MARCKS BUILDING CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY .... CURRICULUM ......,........... ACTIVITIES AND CLUBS ,... SPORTS .......,....... STUDENTS ...... ADVERTISING .... fo Honor Superinfendenf Morcks SUPERINTENDENT F. A. MARCKS The F. A. lVlarcks Building, dedicated on April 8, 1956, was named in honor of Frederick A. Marcks, Who, at the end of this school year, Will have served the Nazareth Public Schools continuously for forty- seven years and the Joint Area Schools since the inception of the six-district jointure in 1950. Coming to Nazareth in 1909 as a teacher of Physics, German, and English in the local high school, he Was elected high school principal in 1910 and five years later, in 1915, supervising principal. When Nazareth passed the 5,000 population mark in 1937 and became a third class district, Mr. Marcks was elected District Superintendent. Since the six-district jointure in 1950, Mr. Marcks served also as superintendent of the secondary schools of the jointure. Under his guidance the schools have made great strides in both their physical and educational pro- grams. During this period both the present Junior High and the modern Area Senior High School buildings, With ample football, baseball, track, and tennis areas, have been completed. Paralleling the physical expansions, the entire curriculum has been expanded and enlarged to keep the educational program abreast the times. ln 1918 the commercial curriculum was added, in 1923, music, in 1924, sewing and industrial arts, physical education and the beginning of a sports program 111 1926-27, and a department of health in 1928. ln 1931 the secondary school was reorganized into a junior and senior high school. ln that year the high school library service came into existence. ln 1936 instrumental music Was introduced. A foods laboratory in 1938 made the home making course complete. A guidance counselor was added to the staff in 1949. Keeping pace with the ever-expanding curriculum and the increased enrollment, the staffs of the combined schools, numbering approximately 15 for both elementary and high school in 1915, now in- clude 71 faculty members, all of whom have college certification. Since the inception of the six-district jointure in 1950, administering the school system has become increasingly complex and difficult. ln addition, the planning in connection with the construction of the new building has made the superintendent's Work more strenuous and time- consuming. The schools of the community and the jointure owe much to the foresight, careful planning, and the devotion of this educator. Areo School Boord Seafed: F. A. Marcks, Superintmdentg Peter F. Yeisley, Nazareth, Charles P. Schnerr, Trrafurer, Nazareth, C. J. Knauss, Secretary to th: Committee, George A. Smith, Prefidfnt, Nazareth, John Fox, Stockertowng A. Russell Snyder, Nazarethg Stanley W. Clewell, Nazareth, Elwood Unangst, Nazareth Standing: John Urban, Nazareth, Gustave Fox, Lower Nazareth, Charles Peischl, Upper Nazareth, Frank Sours, Tatamyg Edgar Fehr, Bushkill NAZARETH AREA JOINT SCHOOL COMMITTEE Following the 1950 Jointure, formed to combine the resources and provide better facilities for the six-district school population, the first step toward the realization of a new senior high school building was the appointing ofa building committee on September 26, 1951. After acquiring a building site, plans were formulated, approved, bonds issued, and ground was broken on February 6, 1952. Approximately two years and eight months later, on October 3, 1955, the partially completed new high school was opened. The following April 8, 1956, the new F. A. Marcks Building was dedicated. To the Joint Committee, the School Board, and the superintendent much credit is due for the foresight, time, and cooperative effort used in planning and erecting a modern building for the improvement of the educational facilities ofthe students of the area school population. NAZARE TH BOROUGH STANLEY W. CLEWELL CHARLES P. SCI-INERR GEORGE A. SMITH A. RUssELL SNYDER ELWOOD I. UNANGST JOHN E. URBAN PETER F. YEISLEY C. KNAUSS, Secretary to BUSIIKILL TOWNSHIP VINCENT O. ALTEMOSE EDGAR E. FEHR FLOYD LAHR WILLIAM E. MILLER GEORGE O. WERNER the board NAZARETH AREA JOINT SCHOOL BOARD STOCKERTOWN BOROUGH TATAMY BOROUGH JOHN J. Fox CARL A. FRY GILBERT HEYER MELVIN G. KANIPER RUSSELL A. METZGAR PAUL R. BURLEY FRED A. FINKBEINER LEs'I'ER B. HAPPEL REV. FLOYD R. SHAFER FRANK J. SOURS LOWER NAZARETH TOWNSHIP UPPER NAZARETH TOWNSHIP GEORGE F. BARTRON WALTER A. Buss GUsTAvE Fox FRANK B. HECKMAN NORMAN MILLHEIM 4 LOUIS C. HOFFMEISTER CHARLES F. PEISCHL FRANK T. REICHEL LEO H. SHOOK MARGUERITE A. THOMAS Achieves Long-Ronge Progrom Besides serving as super- intendent of the Nazareth Borough Schools since 193 7, Mr. Marcks has been chief administrative and super- visory officer of the joint school since the six-district jointure of 1950. Ar the end of this school year Mr. Marcks will have completed forty-seven years in the Nazareth Public Schools as a teacher, prin- cipal, and superintendentg and the Nazareth Schools owe much to the wisdom, foresight, and efforts of this educator. Dr. Lge Cramer, p1'im'ipal, gow over cz report with illrf. Elaine Doyle, hir Jfrretary. Wfhife Sl1fJKl'l.1ZfF7Zdf77,f illarckf rmcif rz rfport, his ffrrftary, illff. .llargarft Shfleletfki, foofef on. Moving into the new F. A. Marcks Building created new problems for Dr. Lee Graver, high school prin- cipal. In addition to his regular duties of preparing student and teacher sched- ules and supervising in- struction and the numerous extracurricular activities, he attended to the practical problems of adapting the various facilities of the new building. He was respon- sible for checking the numerous details that need- ed completing about the building. Our Focully Mary Sloat and Josephine Tintera Robert Reichard and Elizabeth Bordner MARY SLOAT ROBERT REICHARD Cafeteria lllanager Guidance Studenf Council I 4- 1 A - H Q A xlffenzbly Progranu' lObL"H INF! 1N1hR'X junior Clcupr r4dzfi,fer School Aufrfe l Seated: VVilliam lrefny, Joseph Amoroso, Robert Rogers Standing: Andrew Leh, Mrs. Margaret I-leckman, Edward Christman, Guy Owens 6 Mrs. Miriam Zell and Quentin ELIZABETH BORDNER Librarian Library Club MRS. MIRIAM ZELI, American Iliftory W'nrld lil-.fl01'lV Dczzniailc Club QUENTIN ZELL Problernf of Democracy Blue and W'hz'fe ANDREW LEH Phyrical Education Football Coaclz, Bafeball Coach MRS. MARGARET HECKMAN Phyrical Education Cheerleaderfl Adoifer EDWARD CHRISTMAN f. 11 Football Coaclz Track Coach GUY OVVENS Health Driver Education f. V. Football Coach WILLIAM TREFNY f. If Bafleeiball Coach JOSEPH AMOROS0 l47reftl'1'ng Coach Alrfiftani Foolball Coacll ROBERT ROGERS Iflforld Hlftory Barbezball Coach Dancing Club Sportrnzen Club Zell l Sealed: Mrs. Belva Kolessar, Mrs. Virginia Gravel' Standing: Mrs. Mildred Metz, Chester Felver, Mrs. A. jane Bleiler MRS. BELVA KOLRSSAR MRS, A. JANE BLEILIQR MRS. MILDRED METZ Typewriting Inlroduetion to Buyineff Bookkeeping, Record Keeping lnfrocluetion Zo Bufineff Typing Cafeteria Treafurer Comet Hufinefy Knitting Club Sfhool Treafurev' Blur and While H1411-71,6 1 Firft Aid Club Senior Clair ddvifer' Knitting Club MRS. VIRGINIA GRAVER CHIiS'l'liR FEl,VliR Shorthand Buf1'11e,rf Qffire Prafiirf' Comunzer' Eduralion Sophomore Clair Advifer Conznzfrfial Alrzihnzetiz' Blue and Uflzife Typifff Xlmfrifarz l1IA.Yl0l'j' DOROTHY PIVERITI FLOYD SCI-II.liGl-Il. AUGUSTINE WEINHOFI-IR UCAN CLUTFI I'2f7'1IfiIE2UHgEUZ-V Clee Club Inftruniental fllufir flrt ' ' ' u Girly Ifrzremble Englifh Comet Art and Layout - 7 Boyf Ememble Band Slagerrqft Club ANDRUR BRQCK Aoi ,md Crqfr cm Shoe, Shoe Club Slagecraft Club Floyd Schlegel, Augustine VVeinhofer, Dorothy Everitt and and jean Clute Andrew Brock Seated: Mrs. Ruth McGonigle and Elizabeth Sloat Standing: 1. Frederic Knecht and Robert Harding MRS. RUTH MCGONIGLE ELIZABETH SLOAT Latin Englifh German The Comet Craft Club The Cleam Fi:-it Aid Club Our Faculfy J. FREDERIC KNECHT .English Blue and White The Gleani ROBERT HARDING Englifh Chem Club The Glearn GUY CUMP lllatheniaticf Faculty Allhleiic Manager' FRANKLYN KOSTENBADER Phyficf Conrurner Science Senior Play Science Fair Projeclf ADAM SHEKLETSKI Cherniflry Confumer Science Senior Clare Advirer Ham Radio Club Science Fair Projectf JAMES ROTH Biology Photography Club Science Fair Projecix Sealed: Guy Cump, Franklyn Kostenbader, Adam Shekletski Standing: James Roth 8 5 2 GU . Prc -a , E ? Q Y S 3 3 3 i F 5 7 3 ' X 1 21 i Q , F ? ,,.....-M,.mw,,.,V,.4,.5, ml wmlwhwm W X ,,,,,,L V , V K A ,,,A,,,.,,,,,,.k,,w-V , ., M , , , W. M ,. The 8:15 bw' arrivey. Befween-Class Glimpses of 2. The girl: frefhen up before going to the cafeteria. 3. We enjoy a tafty hot lunch. 10 cu Typical School Day ,Wren Tintera take: Barry W0oZlbert'5 temperature. Jlarif Gold, Carol Elkiru, Ethel Fehnel, and ,Marie Karlowitch flop to admire the art work difplayed in the lobby. II. 5 ez? ,I X 6. Studentf cheer at cz pep meeting in the new gym. 7. Studentf prepare for the 3:20 buzzer. 11 English Nazareth Area Senior High School offers three courses of study -V' Academic, Commercial, and General. For a diploma each course requires 13 U5 units of Work, including 1 U5 units of Health and Physical Education. Each of the three courses requires two full units in English and Social Studies each year. and Social Sfuclies The Academic Course is designed for those stu- dents who expect to continue their education in institutions of higher learning. The Commercial Course fits the needs of those students who are preparing to enter some branch of clerical or office work. The General Course provides training in hoth academic and general subjects for the students who are planning for immediate general employment. I. In junior English clan, .Varie Wilfon point: out the charartfrifticy and me of verbal: in a fentence. 2. By mean: of board work, Arthur Jililler, Pat Rinker, Bill Tanzofh, and Franrey Karlowitch demonftrate the uns' of the comma in a .vophornore Englifh clan. Using the wefkiy nzwf- paperfihe American Ob- serverffllr. Zelff Prob- Zemf of Dmnofmfy claffn kefp wfll informed on cur- rfnt ewnty. Using a chart, iff. Owenf aidf Robfrt Tmnfue in locating organf of the hu- man alimentary canal. In a .rophomore hiytory clan, .Mn Rogerf points out Alfxandzr the Grfatfv march into Uarfdonia. I. 2. 3. t V While 111. Koftenbaclef and claffniates look on, Thoinaf Gabriel adjiutf a Jpring balance. In cheniiftry clan' Eliza- beth Scott and Bruce Doyle explain a chain reaction. AJ her claffmatef look on, Nancyann Boerftler deni- onstrater a propofition on Dihedral and polyhedral angler in trigononietry clam. Science, Moflw, or Longuoges ore Required for College 4. fohn lllondfehein and lllargaret Alnglernire hold an everyday German eonverfation in their German II clan In the Academic Course Latin I and Plane Physics or Biology and German Ig in the senior Geometry are required in the sophomore yearg year two units from Solid Geometry and Trig- in the junior year two units from Algebra and onometry or Chemistry and German II. 5. By ming sentence drill, Latin II Jtudentx learn to nnderftand the language. 15 AJ Berdell Tranfne, an Office Practice ftndent lookf on, Jiri. Elaine Doyle dernon- .rtratef the use of the Strornberg-Carlfon intercornrnnnication fyftern in the high Jehool office. In Bookkeeping Claff Helen Stainpf pointf ont how bookkeeping vnaehinef fan be med for Jpecial journal work. 16 Commercial Subjects Prepare for Business Careers Office practice students learn the fundamentals of various office machines 4 the ten key adding, the Allen Wales, Bookkeeping, the ntiineograph, the dictaphone, the Rex-0-graph, the Calculator, the cornptorneter, and the electric typewriter. ln the Commercial Course Biology, Type- Writing, and Introduction to Business are required in the sophomore year, in the junior year Type- Writing II and Commercial Arithmetic are required and either Shorthand l or Salesmanship and Record Keeping, in the senior year Book- keeping, Shorthand II, and Office Practice or one unit of Consumer Education, Senior Business, or Office Practice. 4 To learn the importance of accuracy, second year students type business letters. 1 I. Whilf Kathryn Weiff adrairff her .fhortif pajamaf, lliff Everitt affiitf Rofaliz L0Cicer0 in putting the tail on hfr .rtuffed horff. 2. To prepare for tha faculty Chriftmaf tea, the girlf in homfmaking bake cakes and dfcorate cookief, 18 Homemolcing ond lnclusfriol Arfs Help Sfuclenfs in Choosing Vocofions Non-academic credit courses, both major and minor, are offered in Industrial Arts, Home Economics, Art for Home Living, General Art, Arts and Crafts, Glee Club, Band, and Driver Education. 1. Af hir projeet revolve: on a turn-table, Robert Brown .fprayf it with an air prefxnre fprayer. 2. During fhop elaffef ftudentf ure the belt .vander to fnrfaee large panels' and the lathe for between-center turningf. 3. In order to bend hif metal projeet, john Koftenbader ure: the rnetal folder. 19 To meet the present-day challenges in student life and Work situations, Mr. Robert Reichard, Guidance Counselor, has inaugurated a long-range Guidance Pro- gram. Students are encouraged to consult the guidance office for college and vocational information. Through the Guidance Coun- selor plans are made for college entrance examinations and the Pennsylvania State Employment Service examinations. Besides helping students select the course best suited to their needs, a series of tests, interviews, and career conferences are arranged in an attempt to fulfill the vocational needs of students. For these career conferences outstanding people in various fields ofwork have given generously of their time. Counseling Helps Students Find Areos of Interest The guidance office acts as a liaison between the school and job placement. A Vital part of every guidance program is, of course, the general faculty counsel- ing which is carried on through homeroom and class associations with students. In addition to college and vocational counseling, students may discuss school and personal problems of major concern with the Counselor. The guidance ser- vices are open to both the school and the community. 1. Jlr. Charles jackson and rllr. William Smith from the General ,Uotors Training School discuss auto mechanics with in- terested students. 2. Sophomores take a Kuder Preference Test in the conference room. 3. Students browse through occupational pamphlets and magazines. . hir. Reichard, Guidance Counselor, talks over college plans with Ray Douglas. 4 5. To advertise activities in the school and community, students do pen-lettering. 6. Students work on clay and copper projects. 7. While part of the art class poses, student artists work on portrait sketches. Physical Achvlfy Enlivens fl1e Do While the giiardf battle or tha bali in gym clan, the forwardx wait fagfriy to receizff ii. Af AWV. Shekietiki fhowf flidff Qf the Scimce' Fair, the comizmfr Jciziice .rtadentf watch attfntiwffy. During the difcuffioii of the varioiu typef of fungi in biology clan, Jtudentf makf we of Colored chartf. OU En ? The Queen and Her Courf Reign Happy dancerf dnt Z0 tha mumc 0 fharlzf Porellof orcheftm at our Uoonlight and Rofff Prom Intermiffion mmm timf out for refrffhmmtf nf potato chipf, cupcakff, and punch. 3. In thf nfcfption H715 .1111 and AUM. Cforgf Smith greet Helen Smmpf and Warrfn Klipplf. of "Moonligl1f and Roses" Prom Cofzftance jonef, Patricia Roth, Dorff Filly ff ihe quefn, Dorothy Hamfl, and Pd'Zll1.71F Stimmef THE QUEEN AND HER COURT -ll.. Night of Jcmuciry lb is First lg! t 'L Firft Row: Mrs. Floyd jones, Mrs. Samuel Elkins, Mrs. Grant Roth, Mrs. Victor Thomas, Howard Gold, Dean Rissmiller Seeond Rowr Samuel Elkins, Charles Hoffmeister, Andrew Leh, Austin Buck, Vincent FRIDAY NIGHTS jURY Paukovitz, Robert Reicha rd On March 2 and 3, the senior class presented The Night of january 16, a three act play, under the direction of Franklyn Kostenbader. The unusual setting for this mysterious comedy was a court room. Bjorn Faulkner, a Swedish financial juggler, had either been murdered so Miss Andre and her sweet- heart, Larry Regan, could live a luxurious life in South America, or Faulkner had attempted a fake suicide so that he and Miss Andre could live in- cognito in South America. Ronald Audenried as Attorney Stevens defended Karen Andre, while John Graver as District Attorney Flint represented the state of New York. Twelve jurors, chosen from the audience for each perform- ance, found Karen Andre not guilty at Friday's, but guilty at Saturday's performance. Defenfe Attorney Ronald Andenried conferr with .feeretary Dawn illale and the defendant, Beatrice Kneeht, df Beverly Werkh.eirer, Priron .llat1'o11, lookf on. ,45 Attorney Stetfenr watcher. the defendant, Beatrice Kizeeht, quertiofzr Nama Rirffniller, rvzdou' of the mu1'de1'ed man. E L Presenfofion in New School Aucliforium 4 . Court clerk Anthony Wzontek :weary in witnerf, joan Lewif, af judge Slozidi loolef on. 5. Diftrief A'ftorney john Crazier dic- tatef to Jeerefary Barbara Burley ar widow Nania Rirfrniller and father, Philip Koftenlrader, look on. Prifon lllalron ..,,..,,, Bailiff ................ judge Heath .4.....,... Diffrict Attorney Flint., Hif Secretary ......,,.. Defenfe Attorney Sievenf ..... Hif Secretary ,.,,....,. Clerk of ihe Couri. ,. Karen Andre ...... Dr. Kirkland ...,,... gllrf. john Hulfhinf.. Homer van Fleer ..... Elmer Sweeney ..... , Naney Lee Faulkner .i... ,Wagda Svenfon ......,. john Graham lflfhilfielzl, jane Chandler ...,..,.. Sigurd jungquixl ,,..,. Larry Regan ...,.... Roberta van Rennelaer. Slenographer ..,......., CAST ....... ...,BEVERLY WERKHEISER .,...,..JOHN SCHWARTZ . . . . . A , .LARRY Sroum' ..,...,.-IOHN GRAVER ,....BARBARA BURLFY .....RONALD AUDENRIED ,....,.....DAWN MALE .. . , ,ANTHONY WZONTEK . , . .BEA'rR1cE KNECH'l' . . .. . ...RICHARD SEL1. .,...,,,..,,JoAN LEWIS , . . . .RICHARD DROSNOCK .,,....THOMAS LERCH .UMNAMA RISSMILLER ..........DAWN YOUNG . , .PHILIP KOS'1'ENBADER ......,...-IOAN KRA1'Z . . . . . , . .RUSSELL LANCE . . . . . . . . .CARSON MASTERS ...ROSEMARIE HOEEMEISTER .....,..........,.....DORISTOBIAS Firxz Row: Beverly VVerkheiser, Dawn Male, Barbara Burley, joan Lewis, Rosemarie Hoffmeister, Doris Tobias Second Row: Carson Masters, Dawn Young, Nama Rissmiller, John Graver, Ronald Audenried, Beatrice Knecht, .loan Kratz, Larry Stoudt Third Row John Schwartz, Anthony VVzontek, Richard Sell, Richard Drosnock, Philip Kostenbader, Thomas Lerch, Russell Lance THE CAST 27 Comet Feofures Firsf Year in F. A. Morclcs Building Mrs. Kolessar-Adviffr, Carson Masters, Patricia Slutter, Anthony Wzontek, Fred Young, Helen Stampf, Mary Ann Young, Elizabeth Tanzosh, Constance Lowe BUSINESS STAFF Although school did not open until October 3, part of the layout, art, and editorial staffs met several times in September with Miss Sloat to discuss the theme and layout for this year's Comet. By November 3, sufficient progress had been made to have a photographer take approximately fifty pictures. Through layout, copy, and art Work the Comet gives an over-all picture of our first year in the new F. A. Marcks Building. This year the layout work and planning were done in the new Activity Room during the seventh period on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Again four underclassmen -- two juniors and two sophomores fwere trained in yearbook planning. During the activity periods the various staffs worked to produce and finance the yearbook. On October 15 and 16 two staff members and a faculty adviser attended the Columbia University Press Association Yearbook Conference in New York. At this conference the CSPA announced that the 1955 Comet was a Medalist winner. The advisers of the yearbook are Miss Elizabeth Sloat, editorial, typing, and layout, Miss Jean Clute, layout and art, Mrs. Belva Kolessar, business. Stated: Joan Lewis, Elizabeth Scott, Mary Lou Wagner, John Schwartz, Richard Sell, Robert Beck Standing: Miss Sloat-Adrzifer, Carol Elkins, Eileen Tietz, Patricia Darrohn EDITORIAL STAFF Ethel Felmel, Marie Karlowitch, Margaret Check, Maris Gold, Joan Segan, Helen Smith, Joan Zellner, Nancy Bauer TYPING STAFF 29 Blue onol While Devofes Enfire Poper Firft Row: Judith Welty, Patricia Schleicher, Sandra Young Second Row: Arlen Poyer, Roseann Messenlehner, Terry Male Sfamiing: Mrs. Graver-advirer, Thelma Transue TYPI ST This year's Blue and White Standard was devoted entirely to senior high school news. Elimination of the junior high material has permitted the extra page to be devoted to sports. Additional pictures en- livened each issue and made the paper more inter- esting. Both the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and the Pennsylvania School Press Association awarded the Blue and White Standard second place ratings in the annual journalistic competitions. Assisted by the staff and the advisors A Mr. Fredric Knecht and Mr. Quentin Zell-the five co-editors 4 Phyllis Buss, Beatrice Knecht, Kathryn Weiss, Rosemarie Hoffmeister, and Beverly Shimaski - had charge of the paper this year. In order to become acquainted With the different types of writing, the co-editors supervised the make-up of a different page of the paper for each issue. Firft Row: Beatrice Knecht, Phyllis Buss Serond Row: Kathryn Weiss, Beverly Shimaski, Rosemarie Hoffmeister Standing EDITORS Mr. Knechr and Mr. ZellYadvi,re1'.r To Senior High School Acfivifies Sitting: Mary Ann Lesher, Barbara Brace, Elizabeth Hofer Sfll7lfd'iM,g.' Dorothy Bruch, Mrs. Kolessar-advifer, Anna Salcasitz, Dolores Yany, Alice Altemose BUSINESS STAFF First Row: Kay Lewis, Theresa Fassl, Kathleen Rapp, Shirley Magditch A Sfcond Row: Janet Wagner, Ruth McGonigle, Judith Wagner, Larry Stoudt Third Row: Margaret Fox, Jeanette Merlo, Barbara Groman, Nancy Wiggins, Annette Schwartz, James Hooper, Lina Roth Standing: Gerald Hartzell, Robert Mertz EDITORIAL STAFF 31 Magazine Campaign Finances Gleam Editorial Stafffjeanette llerlo, ,Varian Viglione, Susan Beizel, Elizabeth Scott, Nancy Ann james, Eileen Tietz, and Therefa Faffl, Robert Beck anal Patty Tothgfabfentj 2. Art Staff- Virginia ilflonproale, Ray Douglaf, and Robert Lieh- ner Typist 4 Front: Beverly Shi- rnarki, .llarif Cold,foan Segan fBaek.' joan Zellner, Helen Smith, Nancy Bauer Dr. Graoer prerentr Clearn awards 'in assembly 'lio encourage creative writing, the Clearn, the senior high school literary magazine, is published each spring. Last year's Winners of Gleam first literary PSPA awards were Michael Kavcak, Carole Feldman, George Hopwood, Doris Fuls, Claire Kostenbader, Elizabeth Tanhauser, Charles Lehr, Jeanette Nlerlog second literary awards- Constance Jones, Carolyn Helliclz, Richard Buralli, William Mertz, Richard Topping, Patricia Nlerola, Eliza- beth Scott, 'lihomas Lerch, Nancy l-leller, lfdwin Gammer, joan Kratz, Dawn Male, Donald Stimmel, Beverly Shimaski, Carson Masters, Marian Viglione, and Nancyann james: art awardsADorothy Hamel, Claire Kostenbader, lflaine Buss, and Joanne Nissley. lfditorial advisers were Elizabeth Sloat, seniorsg J. Frederic Knecht, juniors: and Robert Harding and Robert Reichard, sophomores. ,lean Clute supervised the art. 32 I. Eaeh morning homeroom mag- 7. .llagazine Campaign advtferr and , 3. High 5ale5menfStanaltng.' john Special School Activities azine reprefentatioef turn in their money to the managerf. manager.r-allrr. Bleiler, ,llrf. Crafter, Nanfy Bauer, Elizabeth Scott, ana' auiftanty. Sehlegel, Roytna ilffarakooitf, Elizabeth Scott, Larry Stonalt, Sally Hartman, and Afher Kah- ler Seated: Kay Lewif and hffillianz Clewell To earn money for special school projectsfthe Gleam, our literary magazine, assembly programs, and new library books-the students sold magazine subscriptions in our annual magazine campaign held from October 19 to November 3. A special feature of this year's campaign was the mystery student, Robert Beck, who was awarded a S50 bill. The faculty advisers were Mrs. Virginia Graver and Mrs. A. Jane Bleilerg the managers, Elizabeth Scott and Nancy Bauer. Sfuclenf Council is I. Girls' Cornedy Aet- fean Stier, rllary Ellen Breuer, Dorothy Apple- gate, Dolores Wambold, -llarianne Buss 2. Boys Ensemble A Bruce Doyle, rllartin Rothroele, Wayne Kostenbader, Kenneth Fraele, Ronald Aitdenried, Richard Sell, Delbert Fehnel, Glenn Krorner THE TALENT SHOW Sponsored by the Student Council, the fourth Annual Talent Show with John Mond- schein as M. C. was held in the high school auditorium on February 10, 1956. First prize was awarded Donald Phillips for a magic actg second prize, Edward Tintera for the piano solo, Warsaw Coneertog third prize, Anthony Wzontek for an organ medley, fourth prize, Girls' Singing Comedy Act, fifth prize, Boys' Ensemble. The judges: John Fox chairman Mrs. Luther Miller Mrs, VVm. Himler Chauncy Davis Clinton Johnson 3. Edward Tintera plays 4. Assisted hy Ralph Engler, Donald 5. Anthony Wzoiitek plays "Warsaw Coneertofl Phillips prepares to balee a rnagie a 'flledleyn on the organ. ealee. Active in School Affairs in... . I. A Student Council meeting 2. Student Couneil if reprefenied by a float in the Halloween parade 3. Student Council OffieerffSeated.' -llaroin Keck, llr. Reirhard, Sylvia Condornitti, Patricia Slutter Stand- i71,g.'!0h71 Woodward Consisting of two representatives from each homeroom, Student Council meets every Mon- day during the eighth period to discuss matters pertaining to the student body and to plan school dances and assemblies, Besides these activities the Council entered a float in the Halloween Parade and also sponsored the annual Talent Show. As a means of fostering public relations, last year the Council initiated a Nazareth High Day and invited the alumni to participate. This year's speaker for Nazareth High Day on May 25 was Attorney Peters, class of '32, Student Council consists of seven standing committees-'fl-landbook, Assembly, Social, Constitution and By-Laws, Publicity, Execu- tive, and Boy and Girl of the Month. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS JOHN VVOODWARD ........................... MARVIN Ki-:CK ....... .,.. V ire SYLVIA CoNDoM1TT1 .... ....... PATRICIA SLUTTER ......,, . , . MR. ROBERT REICHARD ..... 35 Prefident Prefident S eeretary Treafurer . .fildoifer Chorol Groups Present Firft Row: Cecelia Snyder, Elizabeth Scott, Mary Lou Wagner, Paula Reber, Carol Frace, Patricia Darrohn, Janet Kocher, Marie Del,uca Second Row: Ann Wessels, Patricia Slutter, Constance Bowers, Patricia Rinker, Joanne Nissley, Judith Byrnes, Paula Kline, Dawn Young Third Row: Vincent Luburich, Stephen Moosch, Arthur Miller, Conrad Shimer, Glenn Kremer, Roy Frack, Robert Thompson Fourth Row: Richard Sell, Joseph Rizza, John VVootlward, Delbert Fehnel, Ronald Audenried, Wfarren Bowers 36 GLEE Impressive Christmas Assembly First Row: Beverly VVerkheiser, Jean Klipple, Sandra Johnson, Judith Reimer, Violet Dieter, Nancy Hamel, Janet Clift, Margaret Anglemire Second Row: Carol Elkins, Donalee Lewis, Joan Morrison, Rosalie Nagy, Susan Bolognia, Constance Versage, Carolyn Kratz, Jeanette Toth Third Row: Harriet Stofflet, Joanne Kester, Louise Kline, Nancyann James, Carol Ruloff, Beverly-Jean Rush, Barbara Tintera, Nancy Kindt Fourth Row: Bruce Doyle, Wayne Kostenhader, Kenneth Frack, Martin Rothrock, Edward Tintera, Elwood Buss, Labert Altemose, Susan Beitel, and Nancy Ann Boei'stler-accompanirlf CLUB 37 N.A.H.S. Porficipofed in Disfricf GLEE CLUB OFFICERS RICHARD Si:1,1, A............,...,...., . BRUCE DOYLE. . . ...... . . . Vim Prffidmzf NANCY ANN BOERSTLER .,., ..,.. S secretary PATRICIA SLUTTER ..4..., A . 4 Ywarurer JUDITH BYRNES .4...,..... ' lJ7'L,JfdC'lLf . . .Librarian , Librarian BEVERLY Rusn ,.,....,,.......,...,. Carol Frace, Mary Lou Wagner, Joanne Nissley, Dawn Young, Nancy Ann Boersrler, Beverly Rush, Constance Lowe, Carol Elkins, Beverly VVerl:heiser, 1-Irrcmzpmzixt--Suszln Beltel GIRLS ENSEMBLE Bruce Doyle, Martin Rothrock, VVavne Kostenhader, Kenneth Frack, Ronald Audenried, Richard Sell, Delbert Fehnel, Glenn Kromer, Arro11zpani.rtff Susan Beitel BOYS ENSEM BLE S'L1!i'ng.' Nancy Ann Boerstler, Richard Sell, Bruce Doyle, llatricia Slutter Stamlingr Judith Byrnes, Beverly Rush GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Sfamiivig: l,aRue Sandt, Elizabeth Tanzosh, Joanne Kester. Kathryn VVeiss, Judith Byrnes, Richard Slutter, Elwood Joan Kratz, Barbara Seip, JoAnn Johnson, Joyce Karch, tricia Schleicher Kneeling: Judy Shanlcweiler, Gail Sleeman, Kay Michael, Beverly Ervin, Judy Jones MAJORETTES AND COLQR During the year the Boys and Girls En- sembles made l-L public appearancesfat churches, civic groups, exchange programs, a television broadcast over VVGLV, a radio broadcast over WGPA, and at the dedication exercises of the F. A. Marcks Building on April 8. John Schwartz, Lina Roth, and Philip Kosten- bader represented Nazareth Area High School at District Orchestra at South Mountain Junior High School in Allentown, Pa., on February 16, Richard Sell represents N.A,H.S. at District Chorus held at Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, on April S, 6, and 7. and Sfofe Musiciol Orgonizofions Dolores Tavianini, Buss, Fred Young, Nancy Kinclt, Pa- lVlary Lou Wagner, GUARDS 17 and 18. Philip Kostenbader was also the N.A.H.S. representative to State Orchestra at Warren, Pennsylvania, on March 8, 9 and 10. Lina Roth and John Schwartz represented N.A.l-l.S. at State Band at Frackville, Penn- Fint Row: Dawn Young, Lina Roth, Albert Fry Sfcond Row: Anthony Wzontek, Philip Kostenbader, Thomas Lerch, john Schwartz sylvania, on February 2, 3, and -1. Representing N, A H. S. in the Eastern District Band Festival at Southern Lehigh School District in Coopersburg, Pennsylvania, on January 12. 13, and 14, were Lina Roth, Dawn Young, john Schwartz, Anthony Wzontek, Philip Kostenbader, Thomas Lerch, and Albert Frey. QIARINI-I'I'S James Cameline Sylvia Condomitti 'liheresa Fassl Sandra Geake Alfreda Hadl Elizabeth Hofer Nancyann James Constance Lowe Shirley Magditch Rita Matyas Joanne Nissley Roseann Paukovit Arlen Poyer Angelo Rampulla Ronee Roth Annette Schwartz John Schwartz Patty Toth Janet Wagner' Millicent Weiss Judith VVelty Beverly Werkheisei' Dawn -Young Boncl Accompanied Cogers BAND SAXOPHONES Delbert Cressm in Anthony Ferraio Margaret Fox Albert Fry 'lihomas Gabriel Richard Sell Felix Schuch Helen Smith lflda Mae Wzignei' 7 BARrroNi: HORN Ronald Audenried l"JI.U'1'ES AND Piccoros Kay -Brong' ' Janet Kern Cecelia Snyder Margaret Stark Barbara Tintera Judith Wagner Doreen Yeakel ROM BONES VVarren Bowers John Fraunfelder John Graver David Hendershot Dale Kratz James Mctzgar Robert Thompson Edward 'liintera PERSONNEL CoRNi2'rs AND 'li Mlficrs RU William Clewell Delbert Fehnel Robert Fehr Herman Fischl Edwin Gammer Glenn Kromer Edward Messenlehner Robert Pritchard FRENCH HORNS Philip Kostenbader John Schlegel Dorothy Silfies Tuna 'lihomas Lerch PERCUSSION Lorraine Buzas Dolores Happel Glenn Hartzog 'lierry Male Bernard Molnar Lina Roth Joyce von Steuben Carol Vogel Janet VVilkens Anthony VVzontek Joan Zellner MAjoRi:'rTEs Judith Byrnes Beverly Ervin JoAnn Johnson Judith Jones Joyce Karch Joanne Kester Nancy Kindt Joan Kratz Kay Michael l.arue Sandt Patricia Schleicher Barbara Seip Judith Shanlcweiler Gail Sleeman Elizabeth Tanzosh Delores Tavianini Mary Lou VVagner Kathryn VVeiss COLOR GUARDS Elwood Buss Ronald Silfies Richard Slutter Fred Young 40 of Disfricf Xl Play-Ulf BAND OFFICERS Director.MR. AUGUSTINE WEINHOFER Student Director ..... JOHN SCHWARTZ Secretary-Treafurer. CONSTANCE LOWE Quartermafter ..... WILLIAM CLEWELI, Librarian. . . ...., DAWN YOUNG William Clewell, Dawn Young, Mr. Augustine Weinhofel'-Direetor, Constance Lowe, .lolm Schwartz At the annual spring concert on April 19 and 20, under the direction of Mr. Augustine C. Wein- hofer, tlie Band played Lu5tJpielO21erture by K. Belag Southern Rofef Waltz by Straussg Broadcayt from Brazil by D. Bennettg and Prelude and Fugue in D. Minor by bl. S. Bach. Featured soloists included Albert Frey f an alto saxaphone solo, Eftiliari Caprice, by C. Paulg John Schwartzga clarinet solo, Coneertino by C. M. Von Weberg Anthony Wzontelc f an accordion solo, Accordion to Hoyle by D. Bennett. 41 'Q 'R 555 at " l ' sl WWI s Y , ll ' ,. , ii ' ,sf we . J .I , 1 Ncizorefh Hcill Acciclemy ' ' W zi- g.. , ' " wr-:Vg-:..: 3, . '- 5, . .. fL.:.'f -, 2, .L , In K N Iii us t K AL: A ...u .watt ".WWs1:,wwff+ -ig, : '-K "i r At the Annual Art Exhibit, held May 20, 1955, students demonstrated work in water color, design, metal, and clay work, while interested visitors Watched. Displays of graphic art included landscapes, posters, designs, lettering, decorative compositions, still life, and portrait sketches in water color, tempora, pastels, charcoal, pen and ink, pencil, and oils. Pottery, ceramic sculpture, Pennsylvania red ware, and metal tooling composed the crafts. On display were the contest paintings sponsored by the Nazareth Hall Alumni Association. Claire Kostenhader won first prize, Elaine Buss, second prize: and Dorothy Hamel, third prize. The Nazareth Woman's Club offered three prizes for outstanding art Work for the year. Elaine Buss won the first award: Claire Kostenbader, secondg and Dorothy Hamel and Ray Douglas, third. ,li : f f ,, Examing the exhibition of the Nazareth Hall paintingf, fponfored by the Nazareth Hall Alumni Affoeiation, ilflry. Thomas Koften- bader locatef her grand- danghterfr prize-win- ning painiing. Art exhibit oifitorr ad- mire colorful eeramiey. While vifitorf watrh, Jtudentf demonxtrate water color: and metal work. Pcsinfings Feofurecl of Ari Exlwibifion rf J. Pamtfd af a clan projfct poxtfrf wfrf adoertzxe the Cuckoos on the the sfnior play. wed to Hearth, enjoy thc' waier color illufim- difplay. ,,. . If ZJ'1fO7'J' l101'L.S' 071 6. Studmtf demomtmte the tfchnique of water colon and cfmmirx during the art fxhibitf. 43 Foshion Show Depicfs Teen-Age Costumes The Faxhion Show for Spring, held on May 20, 1955, in the present junior high school building, centered about the busy day of a lively teen-age girl. Although the show included pajamas and dusters, sports Wear, and afternoon dresses, party dresses were featured. During the first semester in the Home Economics I class, students Worked on personal improvement, including hair-dos, make-up, good posture, and good grooming. ln addition the class considered current trends in fashion and the colors best suited to their physical make-up and personalities. During the second semester students applied What they had learned in choosing patterns and materials for the clothing projects they modeled in the fashion show. I. Clothed in neat pedal pnfherf and matched bloufef, fean Stier and fofephine Sinele are prepared to leave on a bicycle excurfion. 2. Wearing her Jtylifh dufter and pajarnaf, Cecelia Snyder if ready for her favorite TV show. In their frexhflooleing dreffef of dark rayon illary Ellen Breuer and Nancy Lee are on their way to an afternoon tea. Doloref Biifleirle, Shirley Reriner, Frarifex Karlowiteh, Patricia Rink- er, and Florence Benner, dreffed in paftel organdief, are ready to .riep ouz to a party. Reiurriirig from a brifk hike, Nancy Hamel and Orthea Reilly pore for a picture. Chess Team Places Second in League I. The Nazareth Area faint High School Chess Team 2. In the meet with Phillipsburg High members of the Nazareth team watch for opponents, mistakes. Opp. Naz. Jan. 18 -- Quakertown ....... 325 ...,.... 3M Feb 8 f Phillipsburg ....... 3 ........ 4 Feb 15 S Bethlehem ,.,...... S ..,..... 2 Feb 29 fe Allentown ......... 216 ,....... 492 Mar. 7 Mar. 14 Apr. 11 Apr. 18 CHESS Winning five of eight meets while losing only two, the chess team, coached by Mr. Harding, finished in second place in the Penn-Jersey Interscholastic Chess League. The other decision was a tie with Quakertown in the first meet. With the addition of Bethlehem, this year, the Chess League now contains five schools. The seven-man chess team, captained by William Scott, was picked from out- standing members of the chess club. Ol the members on this team, two seniors? Philip Kostenbader and Royce Getzs compiled impressive records during league competition. A The chess club meets each Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday during the activity period to learn the various techniques of the game. After these have been mastered, club members practice moves and plays used during competition. Opp. Naz. 1 --- Quakertown ...,... 1M , ....,. S A Phillipsburg .....,. 2 .. . , . fs' A Allentown. . . .... 0 ..... , . .7 Bethlehem ......... -IM ........ ZZ 3. As illr. Harding looks on, members of the Chess team make various moves. Sfudenfs Enjoy Club Hobbies 5 While iWr5. iWcConigle direetf, girls in craft club work on their reed and raffia baskets. GIRLS' CRAFT CLUB Under the supervision of Mrs. Mc- Gonigle, the Girls' Craft Club made raHia and reed baskets, plastic craftstrip belts and bracelets, woven and braided in many colors. SHOP CLUB Sponsored by Mr. Brock, the thirteen member Shop Club was organized for boys interested in Woodworking as a hobby. Besides making lamps, tables, chairs, corner or novelty shelves, these boys made the props for the senior class play. ARTS AND CRAFTS CLUB During activity period each Tuesday and Thursday members of the Arts and Crafts Club Work in a variety of media- metal tooling, enameled copper, Wood and linoleum carving, or clay. Miss Clute is the club adviser. illr. Brock explainx a blueprint to member! of the Shop Club Art: and Craft Club members work on individual projectx including ceramirf, metal work, and wood carving. Future Chef and F. H.A. Clubs Organized I. Mrf. Bleiler and Mrx. Metz dernonftrate knitting technique! to rnernberf of the Knitting Club. 2. lllernberf of the Future Chefs Club prepare a meal df part of their rlub aetivitiey. KNITTING CLUB During the eighth period each Tues- day and Thursday the knitting club learns the fundamentals of knitting and knits scarves, sweaters. mittens, or other articles. Mrs. Bleiler and Mrs. Metz supervise the club. FUTURE CHEF CLUB To learn the fundamentals of cooking techniques is the aim of the eleven member Future Chef Club which meets every Thursday during activity period. The project most anticipated is baking a good cake. F. H. A. CLUB Under the supervision of Miss Everitt, the F. H. A. Club members participated in quiz shows and learned to plan better breakfasts. Highlighting the yearls activities was the trip to the Harrisburg State Farm Show. 3. Officer! and ineinberf of the Future Homernakerf of America Club gather for the inftallation Qf N offieerf. 48 Focilifies of New School Aicl Clubs Library Club rnfrnbfrf check out boolef for Jtuderitf. LIBRARY CLUB Under the direction of Miss Bordner, the twenty-seven member Library Club meets every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday to check and mend books, take care of over-dues, and arrange bulletin boards. SCIENCE FAIR CLUB The thirteen-member Science Fair Club Worked on chemistry, physics, and biology projects for the Tenth Annual Lehigh Valley Science Fair held April 18, 19, and 20, at Muhlenberg College, Allentown. James Roth, Adam Sheklet- ski, and Franklyn Kostenbader were advisers. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB This year the seven-member Photo- graphy Club has a Well-equipped dark room for developing, enlarging, and printing the pictures they take. Mr. Roth is club adviser. Stualentr work on Science Fair Projfctx While the Photography Club rnfmberf look on, Edwin Camrrzer dfrriorutratey the enlarger. In order to prevent his sister from attending a house party Donald Phillips, in 'KThe Pampered Darling," pretends ihat hels deaf and dumb. Cast o 'iffrazy Violetu disafree about which . 5 sirzfiease contains the time bomb. Dromcilic Club Presents Exchange ond Assembly Programs DRAMATIC CLUB Directed by Mrs. Miriam Zell, the two dramatic clubs produced four playse Crazy Violet, Listen, Dad, The Pampered Darling, and Tell It to Tommy' as assembly programs. Later these plays were used as exchange programs with Northampton, Wilson, and Pen Argyl High Schools. Each club member participated in at least one play during the year. Besides this, those interested helped in staging, casting, directing, or producing the plays. l. After wirzrzirzg a beauty contest, Edward Tiriiera receives a Hollywood screen test in the play, "Tell It Zo Torrimyfl 2. In K'Liste1z, Dadf, Wrlliarrz Taizzosh and Stephen Oswald struggle over fheir C'hZ.ld7'E7Z,J' elopemeizr plot. Amofeur Rodio Operofors Join Club Roster AMATEUR RADIO OPERATORS CLUB Under the direction of Mr. Shekletski, the eight-member Amateur Radio Operators Club meets every Tuesday and Thursday to learn the fundamentals of radio and to prepare each boy for his Amateur Radio operator's license. The club plans to assemble a trans- mitter and receiver later this year and then they will apply to become a licensed station under the F. C. C. STAGECRAFT CLUB The twenty member stagecraft club, under the supervision of Miss Clute and Mr. Brock, AJ jimmy Finkbeiner tapf out a .Worn Code meffagr, mem- brrf of the' Amateur Radio Club clecoalf it. fohn Fauft, famef Finkbfiner, and Roy Frack control Jtage lighting from the main .fwitch board. prepared the stage for the dramatic club plays, the senior play, and the operetta. Club mem- bers handled the lighting, scenery, and sound effects for these productions, as well as the lighting for the band concert. 3. Star Craft Club memberf build .vcrnery for "Night of january Iof, Clubs Provide Leisure Time Acfivify S PORTSM EN CLUB During activity period members of the Sportsmen Club use the gym for Wrestling, tennis, or rope climb- ing. This is supplemented by movies, speakers, and sports dis- cussions. The highlight ofthe year was a trip to the Penn Palestra in Philadelphia on February 29. Mr. Rogers is club adviser. FIRST AID CLUB Meeting the eighth period each Wednesday, the First Aid Club, supervised by Mrs. McGonigle and Mrs. Bleiler, practiced standard Red Cross First Aid. At the end of the course students take examina- tions to qualify for certificates. DANCING CLU B Composed entirely of sopho- mores, the Dancing Club meets each Tuesday under the direction of Phyllis Beil to learn the basic steps. 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' f' .V x 44 , i 1 A ah 4-f U ' ' , 1 4: 9 1 93 , Kneeling: Robert Peters, Gary Schleicher, james Finkbeiner-Managerr Standing: Joseph Amoroso-Affirtant Coach, Andrew Leh-Head Coach, Guy Owens-junior Vanity Coach, Edward Christman-junior Vanity Coach During 1955 the Nazareth Area Blue Eagles finished the league season as undefeated champions of the Lehigh-Northampton Interscholastic Athletic League. The season's record shows six victories and only two losses. The only two setbacks occurred in independent tilts played with Minersville and Whitehall. In the opening game of the season the fighting Blue Eagles started victoriously by defeating Nesquehoning 26-6. Richard Dech was high scorer with two touchdowns, one of which was a 65 yard line buck. Ray Douglas and Richard Yandresitz each scored one. Bob Mengel added two extra points with placement kicks to complete the scoring. For the second game the Blue Eagles met the powerful Whitehall Zephyrs and absorbed their first loss. I3-7. Nazareth's only score came on a 65 yard pass play from Richard Dech to Martin Rothrock. Bob Mengel made good the extra point. In an independent tilt the Blue Eagles again tasted defeat at the hands ofa powerful Minersville eleven. Jack Woodward scored the only touchdown for Nazareth on a 4 yard line buck early in the game. The final score was 13-6. Blue Eagles Win VARSITY SCHEDULE 0 NHS Sept. Nesquehoning ........ 6 ........ 26 Oct. Whitehall .... . . .13 ...... . . 7 Oct. Minersville... 6 Oct. Palmerton .... . . .21 ....... .49 Oct. Pen Argyl ..... ..... 2 0 44 Oct. Bangor ............ . . 34 Nov. E. Stroudsburg ..... . 34 Nov. Wilson ......... . . . 27 FOOT B AL L Firft Row: Francis Ferraro Dennis Deutsch, Ray Douglas, Marvin Second Row: Robert Peters-AJ.ri5tant Manager, Robert Serfass, John Woodward, Conrad Shimer, Richard Hunt, Gary Third Row: Andrew LehACoach. Richard Cassano, Sherman joseph Amoroso-Coafh, James Finkheiner-Manager S4 Lehigh-Norfhompfon Leogue Championship Smarting from their defeat by Minersville, the CAPTAINS Blue Eagles took their vengeance on Palmerton The Nazareth Offense proved too powerful 1xV7LE6fi7Lg.' Dech, Bruce Doyle, DOn21lcl Spohn, Rzly DOLlgl21S for the Palmerton defense and the entire game was Slwding-' Robert Mengel, LCC Ffifchmfm dominated by long runs of Dech and Douglas. Richard Dechx scored three touchdowns and was aided by Ray Douglas and Martin Rothrock who scored two apiece. Bob Mengel added six points by way of placements, and Ben Guiffre added the last extra point. Getting back into winning stride, the Blue Eagles began the league season by defeating Pen Argyl 44-20. Richard Dech scored three touchdowns, one of which was a 65 yard run. Ray Douglas added two more, one on a 64 yard run. Martin Rothrock and Frank Whiteman each scored one on pass plays from Richard Dech to complete the scoring. With vengeance in their mind, the Blue Eagles avenged their last year's loss to Bangor by beating the Slaters 34-0. Richard Dech and Marvin Keck scored two touchdowns for the Blue Eagles, while Bob Mengel added the other on a 31 yard pass from Richard Dech. Guiffre and Mengel made good 4 of5 extra points to round out the scoring. SQUAD Keck, Martin Rothrock, Richard Dech, Lee Fritchman, Gerald Weiss, Donald Spohn, Warren Klipple, Bruce Doyle, Robert Mengel Richard Jandresitz, Robert Lichner, Richard Einfalt, Kenneth Zellner, Benedict Giuffre, Joseph Deutsch, Franklin Whiteman, Schleicherwdrrirtant Manager Metzgar, Larry Mengel, George Herceg, Larry Lewis, Labert Altemose, Barry Woolbert, James Gostony, Lawrence Deutsch S5 Still undefeated in league play, the Blue Eagles overpowered the previously unbeaten East Burg eleven 34-O. Richard Dech scored three touchdowns, one of which was a 56 yard run. Dennis Deutsch completed the longest run of the season in this game on a 75 yard run after receiving a lateral from Ray Douglas. Bob Mengel also scored a touchdown and made good four of five placements to end the scoring. Blue Eagles Trounce In the traditional Turkey Day game, the Blue Eagles trounced their old rivals, the blue and gold clad Warriors of Wilson, 27-7. The Nazareth offense proved too powerful for the blue and gold Warriors. The Blue Eagles completely outmaneuvered the Warriors in the first half, piling up seven first downs, while holding the Warriors at none. They also racked up two touchdowns to enjoy a com- fortable 13-0 halftime pad. .Mxy I. Nazarfth and Pen Argyl players .rfrarnble for a looxe ball after a fumble. 2. jack Woodward tacklfd by Pm Argyl playerf aftfr a .vubftarztial gain. 3. Richard Dfch outruru Palmerton player: for a touchdown. Polmerfon and Pen Argyl During the second half the Warriors, with the aid of several costly penalties, managed their only score in the third period. The Blue Eagles scoring machine pushed across two more touchdowns in the fourth quarter. Richard Dech scored three touchdowns, one a 74 yard end run in the fourth quarter. After an on side kick which was recovered by Ray Douglas, Dech passed to Douglas for the fourth. Bob Mengel added three extra points. Final score-Nazareth 27, Wilson 7. In a post-season meeting Richard Dech was elected honorary captain for the 1955 season by his team mates. NHS 42 12 29.3 66 39 733 1921 240.1 114 14 34 34 23 FOOTBALL FACTS Times kicked off ,,.... .. Times punted ......,......, Average yardage per punt. .. Passes attempted .....,...,. Passes completed ...... .. Total yards passing. . . . . . Total yards scrimmage .. . Scrimmage average per game . Total first downs.. .. .... First down average per game Total Touchdowns ......,.,. Extra points attempted ..... Extra points completed .,... Opponfntr 20 31 31.1 86 24 ,..3S8 ...110.3 ...137.9 69 8 12 12 8 4. Nazareth deferuive jolayfrf rufh a Pen Alrgyl player. 5. Richard Dfch frorexf another touchdown agalmt the Blue Bomberf after a 44 yard run. 6. Nazareth player: tackle a Pen Argyl playfr for a lou. Blue Eagles Win After catching a forward pan, .Martin Rothrock brfakf away from the Wilfon defemf. After gaining coruiderable ground on an off-tackle play, Ray Dougla: if about Z0 be brought down by a fwarm of Wilfon playerf. After catching a forward pan, Hlartin Rolhrock breakf into tht' clfar for a long gain agairut Wilfon. r. Bl-gh' Turkey Day Game 27-7 Wg ,-,.. ..... I 2, S' 4. After a quick opener through the Zim' agairut Wilfon, Dcnnix Dcutfch if about to be brought down. 5. Richard Dech Jcorcf hif .fecond touchdown agaimt Wilfon. 6. Aftcr Nazarethfr 27-7 victory ovcr Wilfon, Coach Leh if liftcd to the .rhouldcrf of jubilant players and carried off the field. Cheerleaders Arouse School Spirit for Wilson Gome lX'71EEli7Lg.' Helen Stampf, Marie Karlowitch Standing: Alice Messinger, Barbara Sleeman, Nancy Bauer, Patricia Doyle VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Captained by Barbara Sleeman, our peppy cheerleaders, clad in new blue-trimmed white jackets, aroused the enthusiasm of the cheering section at the football games. J. V. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Nazareth Visitor: 0 f Whitehall ..,. .... 2 0 O - Parkland... ... 7 O - Wilson .... ,... 3 3 14 - Pen Argyl ..,. .. 7 6 - Bangor ......,..... 7 7 - East Stroudsburg. . .25 Because of her outstanding ability, Nancy Bauer cheered with the varsity squad for four years. First Row: Jerry Flank, VValter Zurowski, Barry Fritchman, Robert Recker, Richard Mahorsky, Joseph Smith, Robert Rumsey, Richard Frey, Charles Sleeman, Michael Bill Second Row: Gerald Eckhart-fllanager, Vincent Luberich, Carl Krein, Lee Todora, Melvin Jones, Arnold Einfalt, Floyd Michael, Martin Cortez, Dale Butz, Gerald Zimitz, Albert Keppel, Arthur Miller, Richard Williams, Larry Knecht-Manager Third Row: Roy Frack, Elwood Eyer, Charles Schaadt, Ronald Gori, William Cassner, john Donello, Guy Owens-Coach, Edward Christman-Coarh, joseph Rizza, Nelson Alpaugh, Robert Kostenbader, Thomas Sleeman, Harry Lance, Asher Kahler, David VVambold-,Uanager -I. V. FOGTBALL SQUAD I 10 I 2. 3. -I. Shooting ftudentf urge our team to victory at the Tzzrleey Day game. Peppy cheerleader! Jtart the pre-Thanhy giving bonfire pep rally with rozzftrzg eheerf. While Melvin Stier, Wllrrta Krolioth, Bar- bara Searoeh, .Vary- ann Slerapitf, and ShirleyStimmelmo14rrt for our rivalf, Fred Young proelairnf the laft ritef for a defeated Wilforz team. .Waking their way to the bonfire on the end of Belvidere Street, ftu- dentf cheer and Jing. ml Standing: Judith Reimer, Dolores Schmoyer, Dolores Wambold, Dorothy Bruch, Nancy Hamel Kneeling: Mary Ann Skrapits, captain VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE December December December December December December .lanuary January January January January January blariuary January February February February February February February February February WHI1'EHAL1. ..... . PALMERTON ..... . EIvIIvIAus ......... BETI-ILEHEM CATH.. .. HELLER'1'OWN ..... PARKLANI3 ,.,.... FOUNTAIN HILL.. WII.sON ......... COPLAY .,,...,... E. STROUDSBURG. PEN AIQGYL ..... . PHII,I,I1'SBURG. ...., . BANGOR ........ HELLRRTOWN .... PARKLANII ,,....,.. . FOUNTAIN HILL.. WILSON ............. COPLAY. .........., . E. STROUDSBURG. PEN ARGYL .,....... PHILLIPSBURG .,.,... BANGOR ....,., ,... , . , opp. .x'.A.H.s, ..40 ...II. 39 U64 .r..I. 7 M54 .,.., . H52 ,.... . 42 -9 51 49 .. ...... 81 H54 ...... 46 ..63 .,.... 61 H45 .,.... 67 .,41 ....,. 87 H33 ...... 45 ..27 ...... 79 H38 ...,,. 70 M58 .,.... 92 M55 .,,.,. 87 S9 55 ..48 ..,.. . ,.73 ..... . ..57 ...... 80 U56 ...... 62 H36 ...... S3 ..40 ..... . 78 . .43 ....,. S7 41 .,..,, 98 Blue Eagles Cogers Pcsrficipcfe in Disfricf Xl Play-off Srandingr Labert Alremose, Blaine Mengel, Wlilliam Clewell, Larry Mengel, joseph Rizza, Vincent Luburich, Asher Kahler, Salvatore Calandra lXYHFf1i71g.' Larry Lewis, Mr. Trefny-roach, Arthur Miller I. V. BASKETBALL SQUAD Dec Dec Jan. jan. jan. Jan. Jan. jan. vlan. Feb Feb Feb Feb eb eb Feb F F In the' Phillipsburg gamf Rothrocle attfmptf to Jtfal a La1'ry.lliZZn fcoref onadriw-in. rfbound from a Phillipfbnrg player. 62 Feb. j.'X 7 Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. jan. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Opp. Naz -Whitehall ........ .... g 5 46 50 -Palmerron .,..... . .... 39 -Emmaus ........, 47 .... 37 -Bethlehem Cath..47 .... 44 -Hellertown ....... 48 .... 57 -Parkland , ..... , .69 ,,.. 44 -Fountain Hill .... 34 -Wilson .......... 34 ..,. 35 36 -Coplay .... .,.... ' -F. Stroudsburg. .. .4.. 35 48 35 42 -Phillipsburg .,.... .... 4 8 -Bangor ..,..,.... S6 ,... 34 28 -Hellertown ....... .... 5 1 -Parkland ........ 63 ,.., 37 -Fountain Hill .,,. 63 .... 42 -Wilson ,....,..,. 44 .... 46 -Coplay ........,. 60 ..., 61 2 6 9 13 16 20 3 6 9 13 17-Pen Argyl ..,.,.. ..,. 5 1 20 24 31 3 7 10 14 17-E. Stroudsburg. . ,43 .... 38 40 21-Pen Argyl ....... .... 3 8 24-Phillipsburg ....., 63 ..,. 45 28-Bangor .......... 33 .... 78 ....J0 3. Hunt attempt: a lay-up againft Coplay. 4. Dfch driver in for a lay-up after .fteal of ball from a Coplay player 5. Bob Wlengfl maker a rebound and handoff in the Coplay game' 6. Ronald Jldengel gmbf a rebound in the Coplay ganw. Finishing the season with thirteen wins and three losses, the Nazareth Blue Eagle Basketeers captured second place in the Lehigh-North ampton Basketball League. The Eagles defeated every league opponent, except Fountain Hill, at least once. After a slow start against non-league teams, the cagers began the league season with an impressive victory over Hellertown. In the next two league games Nazareth fell victim to Parkland and powerful Fountain Hill. The loss to the Hillers, however, was a thrilling 63-61 game, lost in the final seconds of an ' overtime period. From that point the Blue Eagles began a winning streak which extended through eight games, six of which assured them of a tie for 2nd in the 1st half of the League play. The other two games extended into the second half with Nazareth downing both Hellertown and Parkland before again falling victim to Fountain Hill on the Hiller's court. After the loss to Fountain Hill the Eagles won the re- maining six games, five of which were league competition. As the league's "class A" repre- sentatives for the District ll champion- ship elimination, the Blue Eagles were downed by a strong Palmerton High Quintet by the score of 73f53. Bob Mengel, with a total of 369 points, was high scorer for the Blue Eagles. Dick Hunt scored 307 and Richard Dech 207, to place second and- third respectively. Bob Mengel placed fourth in league scoring. Richard Dech was elected team captain for the 1955-56 season. l Season's record 15-7 L621gLl6 record 13-3 Firft Row: Larry Miller, Richard Dech, Robert Serfass Second Row: Robert Gilbert, Ronald Mengel, Mr. Rogers-coach, Jack Woodward, Conrad Shimer Thnd Row: William Gold, Robert Mengel, Richard Hunt, Martin Rothrock, Managerr-James Finkbeiner, Robert Lichner. 63 VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD Edward Merfz Wins Regional Championship Finishing the 1955456 season with one win and nine losses, the matmenx wound up in the league cellar. One bright spot in the season was Naz- arethis 2019 upset win over the Stateliners of Phillipsburg High. ln the district finals which were held at Bethlehem, Eddie lVlertz,l Nazareth's undefeated 154-pound star, won the district title. Nazareth also had two runners-up. On March 10, Edward Mertz traveled to Wilkes College in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, where he won the 154 pound regional title. Dec BE'I'HI.liHEM. .. Dec. NOR'l'HAMI"I'ON jan. EASTON ,..... jan. 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WRESTLING SQUAD Firxt Row: Lee Fritchman, Ronald Silfies, Edward Nlertz, Robert Beck, Marvin Keck, 'lihomas Gabriel Second Roto: Robert Boyer, Richard Einfalt, Richard Getz, Barry Fritchman, Arnold Einfalt, Dale Boyer, VVilliam Ktaemer Third Row: Stephen Mooseli, Larrv Walters, Elwood Buss, Rov Frack, Preston Ervin, Michael Guntar Fourth Row: Coach Joseph Amoroso, Kenneth Saltern, Melvin Rinker, Elwood Eiyer, Lee Todora, illanager Bernard Molnar Cindermen Place Fourfh in League Meet Firft Row: Francis Ferraro, Asher Kahler, Larry Miller, Robert Serfass, Glenn Kromer, Labert Altemose Second Row: Ronald Audenried, Marvin Keck, Thomas Lerch, R-ichard Sell, Richard Cassano, William Wolf Third Row: Donald Grossbauer, Barry Kratz, Carl Roth, Dennis Doyle, Richard W0OdW3l'd Fourth Row: Manager Charles Henry, Ray Douglas, Larry Mengel, TRACK SQUAD Lee Fritchman, Coach lidward Christman Although unable to Win in league competition the Blue Eagles Cindermen Went to the league meet TRACK SCHEDULE opp. N.A.11.S. With. high hopes. Wilson was the blggest' Com- ...-.i ,A petitive power and scored a total of 655 .points to April 25 Hellertown '4"-..- 50 u I '-" 40 place first at this meetg Nazareth came in fourth Aprll 28 Whitehall ullllllll 57 N nlhl 33 with a total of15 points. Donald Grossbauer placed May 4 Parkland ........, 62 .,,...... 37 first in the high jumpg Carl Roth, second in the 100 May 9 Phillipsbufg 4'b'-A4 64 4--'----A 35 yard dashg Robert Wolf, third in the mileg Wood- LEAGUE MEET f May 14, 1955 Ward, third in the 440: and Doyle, third in the Wilson llllllllll 65M Hellertown llllll 19 broad jump. Parkland ........ 2692 Nazareth .....,.. 15 Glenn Kramer rum -llarvivi Keele Ray Douglaf throwf Carl Roth trier the mile. pole multi. the fhot put. the broad jump. Nazareth playerf anxioufly await a rally in the Pen Argyl game. The Blue Eagle: pitching :quad - Donald DeLong, Robert Jlengel, Daniel fonef, and Donald Nilelef Donald DeLong attempty a bunt. N.A.H.S. Diamond Men League for the Ending the league season with five wins and three losses, the Blue Eagles of Nazareth Area High School captured second place in the Lehigh-Northampton standings. After early non-league losses to Whitehall and Bangor, the Eagles regained some of their form and trounced the Green Wave of Pen Argyl S-3. Un- dimmed after losing their first league game to Hellertown, the Nazareth diamond men avenged an earlier loss to Bangor by defeating the Slaters 3-2. Behind the great pitching of Don DeLong, the Eagles defeated Wilson 2-0, and the following Week swamped Pen Argyl by the score of 16-4. With high spirits the Leh lads traveled to Coplay and trounced the Wildcats 9-0. Don DeLong outpitched several Coplay lads to gain the victory, After losing an independent tilt to Phillipsburg 7-5, the Blue Eagles shut out the Hillers of Fountain Hill 8-0. Don DeLong, Nazareth's ace pitcher, gained the victory. With this Win the Blue Eagles were assured of a second place position in the League standings. On May 20, the Blue Eagles closed the 1955 baseball season by dropping a 7-1 loss to Parkland at Nazareth. BASEBALL SCHEDULE Opp. Naz. April 18 - Whitehall ......... 1 ...... 0 April 19 - Bangor ..... ..... S ...,.. 2 April 21 - Pen Argyl ......... 3 .,.... S April 22 - Hellertown .,...... 1 ,..... 0 April 27 - Bangor .,...,...... 2 ...... 3 May 2 - East Stroudsburg. . .3 ..... .2 May 3 - Wilson ............ 0 ...... 2 May 6 - Pen Argyl ..,....., 4 .,... 16 May 10 - Coplay ............ O ...... 9 May 13 - Phillipsburg .....,.. 7 .,.... 5 May 17 - Fountain Hill ...... O ...... 8 May 20 - Parkland ....,..... 7 ,..... 1 Total 36 56 4. Coach Andrew Leh confer! with pitcher Robert Mengel and catcher Dale fohnfon. Ploce Second in fhe Lehigh-Norfhomplon Third Consecufive Yeor Firft Row: Terry Johnson, Larry Deutsch, Richard liinfalt, Conrad Shimer, Richard King, Joseph Rizza, Donald Fischl, Thomas Gabriel Segmd Rfgvx jack Woodward, Richard Dech, Daniel jones, Robert Mengel, Martin Rothrock, Gerald Weiss, Ronald Mengel, ruce oyle Third Row: Franklin Werkheiser, Richard Achenbach, Louis Skrapits, Donald Nikles, Dale johnson, Donald DeLong, Howard Eckert, Wayne Alternose Fourth Row: Leonard Bessenhofer, Alfonso Smith-Manager, William Gold-Jllanagfr, Andrew Lehelloach, Anthony Ferraro Illanagzr, William Oswald BASEBALL SQUAD 1. Franklin Wfrkheiser if .vafe at home on a Clow play. 2. Howard Eckfrt makff a putout at firft bare. Nazareth High Introduces lnferscholosfic Tennis I. Using a back hand lobe, Andrew Lch work: out with William Scott againrt Richard Scott and Carl rllctzgar. 2. Daring a practice match William Scott and Fred Young volley with Philip Koftcnhacicr and fohn Koftcnbaclcr. 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W, ..,,Ik,, '-I, II-5 f I.i.f7- f' , I ,.-gp1f:I,:- .. , Am., L, K, "fi'7"I.I.f,,fTQ -'Q'-'-2 -. ,fi I 1' 'I I I , . I V i ,:1LfI SENIORS MARGARET J . ANGLEMIRE Peggy . . . friendly general student . . . deliberate . . . foot- ball fan . . . enjoys swimming, music, and dancing . . . plans a nursing career Prom Committee 25 Dra- matic Club 2g Glee Club l,2,3g Operetta 1 NANCY J. BAUER Nancy . . . peppy cheerleader . . . honor roll commercial Stu- dent . . . excellent typist . . . ardent football fan . . . an in- dependent worker . . . active in the magazine campaign.. .plans to be a secretary Cheerleader Varsity l,2,3g Comet Typist 3, Class Vice- President lg Dancing Club 1, Knitting Club 2, Magazine Campaign Asst. Manager 2, Manager 3 RONALD J . AUDENRIED Ronnie. . . auburn haired. .. a likeable general student . . . jocular . . . plays baritone horn in Band . . . enjoys hunting, swimming, and sports . . . college plans Band 1,2,3, Dancing lg Photo- graphy 2, Glee Club 1,2,3g Boys Ensemble 3, Basketball Nlana- ger 2,3g Track 2,3g Operetta lg Senior Play 3 ROBERT H. BECK Becky . . . a studious general student . . . frequently on the honor roll . . . enjoys baseball, wrestling, and hunting . . . a great Dodger fan . . . interested in cars . . . agricultural future Comet Editorial 35 Senior Play Committee 2, Science Fair Pro- jects 1: Wrestling 1,2,3 HILDA A. BENDL Hilda . . . loquacious com- mercial student . . . enthusiastic square dancer . . . enjoys all sports, especially baseball . . . plans to be a beautician Dancing Club Ig First Aid Club lg Knitting Club 2,35 Basketball l,2, Baseball l,2g Volleyball 2 NANCY ANN BOERSTLER Nancy Ann . . , a friendly academic student . . .frequently on the honor roll . . , enjoys classical music . . . one of the Glee Club accompanists . . . a sports enthusiast . . . enjoys reading and tennis . . . college plans Prom Committee 2, Glee Club 1,2,3, Girls Ensemble 35 Basket- ball l,2g Baseball 2, Asst. Man- ager lg Volleyball l,2, Hockey 1,25 Operetta l DOROTH Y A. BOLAS Dotty . . . attractive . . . quiet but friendly commercial student . . . enjoys dancing, Writing letters, and driving. . . an ardent football fan . . . plans to become a secretary Dancing Club l: Knitting Club 2,3 BARBARA E. BROWN Barbara . . . quiet commercial student. . . pleasant personality . , . neat dresser . . . enjoys movies . . . future secretary Knitting Cluh 2,33 Dancing Club 1 SQ ROBERT J. BROWN Brownie . . . flirtatious . . . conscientious general student . . . frequently loquacious . . . square dancing enthusiast . . . likes to visit neighboring towns . . . future truck driver Prom Committee 23 Senior Play Committee 2g Dancing Club 1,2g Dramatic Club 3 BARBARA A. BURLEY Barbara . . . vivacious com- mercial student . . . active in Student Council , . .enthusiastic sports fan . . . skillful dancer. . . school a necessary evil . . . plans a service career Prom Committee 23 Dancing Club lg Dramatic Club 2,3g Student Council 1,2,3g Senior Play 3 MARVIN L. BURLEY Burley . . . a general student . . . not addicted to school . . . interested in cars, especially hot-rods . , .enjoys roller skating . . . future auto mechanic LAWRENCE D. BUSH V Busby . . . lanky general stu- dent . . . friendly . . . quiet . . . enjoys carpentry . . . likes to hunt . . . future carpenter PHYLLIS L. BUSS Phyl . . . quiet but friendly . . . conscientious academic student . . . frequently on the honor roll . . . a neat dresser . . . 4-H prize winner . . . sports fan . . . college plans Blue and White Editorial 1, Associate Editor 2, Co-Editor 3g Prom Committee 2g Basketball 1,2g Baseball l,2g Volleyball 1,23 Hockey 2 MARGARET J. CHECK Nfargie . . . tall with long hair . . . likeable commercial student . . .good typist . . .enjoys sports . . future secretary Blue and White Typist 25 Comet Typist 35 Dancing Club lg Dramatic Club 1,23 Basket- ball 1,25 Baseball l,2g Volleyball l,2g Hockey Asst. Manager 2 SENIORS CARL M . BUTZ Kelly ...a tall general student . . . square dancing enthusiast . enjoys swimming and ice skating... member of the Naval Reserves . . . future farmer Dancing Club lg Football Varsity 2,33 Track 1 PATRICIA A. CHRISTMAN Pat . . . friendly general stu- dent. . . a frequent baby-sitter . . . avid football and basketball fan. .. not too fond of school . . . plans to enter the Navy Knitting Club 2,3 PATRICIA A. DARROHN Pat. . . good worker . . . fun- loving academic student . . . enjoys movies, popular music, and driving . . . active in sports . . . future undecided Comet Editorial 3, Dramatic Club 2,G1ee Club l,2,3, Basket- ball l,2, Baseball l,2, Volleyball l,2, Hockey l,2, Operetta l RICHARD D. DECH Dickie. . .curly-haired general student. . . all-round athlete. . . excels in football and basketball . . . enjoys tinkering with cars . . . college plans Sportsmans Club 3, Student Council l, Football Varsity l, 2,3g Basketball Varsity l,2,3, Baseball l,2,3 DALE D. DERR Dale . . . general student . . . taciturn . . . frequently absent ...enjoys hunting. . .interested in cars . . . plans an agricultural future Photography Club l, Science Fair Projects l DENNIS J . DEUTSCH Denny . . . gcneral student . . . jocular . . . varsity halfback ...Dodger fan . . . enjoys hunt- ing and fishing . . . plans to work for Uncle Sam Football 1, Varsity 2,3 RAY G. DOUGLAS Ray . . . a tall academic stu- dent. . . frequently on the honor roll . . . taciturn . . . a neat dresser . . . an all-round athlete . . . excels in art . . .college plans Blue and White Editorial 2, Comet Art 3, Prom Committee 25 Varsity Football l,2,3, Bas- ketball J.V. l, Varsity 2,3, Track l,2,3 RICHARD J. DROSNOCK Dick . . . reserved academic student. . . a neat dresser . . . a good accordionist . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . likes to read . . . math whiz . . . college plans Photography 1, Shop Club 3, Basketball IV. l, Senior Play 3 72 SENIORS BRUCE I. D0 YLE Brucie . . . good-looking general student . . . a diligent worker . . . hard tackling football guard . . . enjoys hunting and swimming . . . future electrician Band 1, Class President 3, Prom Committee 2, Student Council 2,35 Glee Club 1,3, Boys Ensemble 3, Football j.V. l, Varsity 2,3, Baseball 2, Operetta 1, Senior Play 3 CAROL M. ELKINS Carol . . . a serious academic student . . . frequently on the honor roll . . . friendly . . . swimming enthusiast . . . an active sports participant . . . ' plays the piano and sings . . college plans Comet Editorial 3, Prom Committee 2, Glee Club l,2,3, Girls Ensemble 3, Basketball l, 2, Baseball 1, Volleyball l,2, Hockey 2, Asst. Manager 1, Operetta l SENIORS GEORGE P. FASSL Heidl . . . a small and quiet general student . . . not fond of school . . . likes to hunt and fish . . . future painter Dancing Club 2 FRANCIS D. FERRARO Franny . . . quiet general ETHEL S. FEHNEL Ethel , . . a commercial stu- dent . . . pleasant . . . attractive . . . short curly hair . . , active in sports . . . fond of dancing, driving, and letter writing . .. secretarial plans Craft Club 2, Comet Typist 3, First Aid Club 1g Knitting Club 2, Basketball 1,2g Baseball 1,25 Volleyball 1,2 LILLIAN T. FISCHL Lilly . . . loquacious corn- student . . . active in track . . . merclal st'-'dent ' ' - Pleasant interested in model airplanes Personality - ' ' Cnjf-'YS Polka . u I enjoys hunting and fishing dancing and football . . . office . . . college plans P13115 Sportsmans Club 3, Football Dancing Club lg Dramatic J.v. 1, varsity 2,3g Track 2 Club 2.3 73 RICHARD L. FOX Foxy . . . tall general student . . , not too fond of school . . . enjoys hunting and fishing and tinkering with cars . . . future truck driver Chess Club 1 KENNETH P. FRACK Kenny. . . tall general student . . . mischievous . . . fond of sports . . . plans to join the Air Force Shop Club 3, Glee Club l,2,3g Boys Ensemble 3g Wrestling 2, Manager 3 LEE C. FRITCHMAN Lee. . . dimples his trademark . . . a tall and good-looking general student . . . hard- charging football center . . . college plans Sportsmans Club 35 Football IV. 1, Varsity 2,35 Varsity Basketball 25 Track 1,2,3g Wrestling 1,3 EDWIN F. GAMMER Eddy . . . a general student . . .friendly and mischievous . . . Band cornetist . . . enjoys music, baseball, and cars . . . future photographer Band 1,2,3g Dancing Club lg Motion Picture Operators Club 3g Photography Club 1,2,3 SENIORS ROYCE S. GETZ Getzie . . . tall with dark hair . . ,friendly general student . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . member of the Naval Reserves . . . future farmer Chess Club 2,3g Dancing Club lg Track I MARIS E. GOLD Maris . . . a commercial stu- dent . , . dark and wavy hair . . . enjoys swimming . . . en- thusiastic participant in all sports . . . plans to do secretarial work Craft Club lg Blue and White Editorial 25 Cheerleader J.V. Captain 25 Comet Typist 3g Class Treasurer 3g Prom Committee 25 Knitting Club lg Student Council 1,2g Basketball 1,2g Baseball 1,2g Volleyball 1,2 I WILLIAM H. GOLD .in ARLENE D. GRANDA Willy ' ' ' tall and lanky gen' Arlene . . . a small and quiet eral student . . . friendl enjoys baseball and basketball . . . loyal Phillies fan . . . plans Y ' " general student . . . enjoys cooking . . . active in sports . . . future housewife business career Arts and Crafts Club sg chess V1i'fSlffTill2.2I3 Blfsebfu 1122 Club 1,2,3g Sportsmans Club 3g O LY a ' ' OC ey Basketball J.V. 1, Varsity 2,3g Baseball hlanager l,2,3 JOHN A. GRAVER Herbie. . . tall general student . . . jazz enthusiast . . . Catty clothes. . . member of Band . . . after school job . , . college plans Band 1,2,3g Chess Club 35 Dramatic Club lg Photography Club lg Senior Play 3 PATRICIA A. GROMAN Pat . . . commercial student . . . enjoys swimming and danc- ing . . . ice skating enthusiast... ardent football and basketball fan . . . future undecided Dancing Club 1,21 Dramatic Club l,2,3 GRACE D. HAAS Grace . . .friendly commercial student . , . flirtatious eyes . , . active in dramatics . . . enjoys dancing and swimming . . . future undecided Dramatic Club 2,3 PATRICIA E. HAHN Pat . . . a quiet commercial student . . . a good yodeler . . . enjoys swimming and dancing . . . secretarial plans Craft Club 1,3 NANCY M. HELLER Nancy . . . quiet commercial student . , . enjoys dancing . . . jitterbugging her favorite . . plans secretarial career Craft Club 1,2,3, Baseball 1, 2, Volleyball 1,2 ROSEMARIE E. HOFFMEISTER Rose . , . a loquacious ac- ademic student. . . good-looking . . . a curly head . . . happy-go- lucky . . . football fan . . . future nurse Blue and White Editorial 2, Co-Editor 3, Prom Committee 2, First Aid Club lg Volleyball 1, Senior Play 3 JAMES B. HOOPER Jimmy . . . friendly general student . . . ardent hunter and fisher . . . sports enthusiast . . . future state trooper Blue and White Editorial 2,35 Dancing Club lg Photo- graphy Club lg Stagecraft Club 1 DANIEL H. JONES Jonesy . . . tall and lanky general student . . . a great tease . . , active in basketball and baseball . . . interested in art . . . college plans Sportsmans Club 3, Glee Club 1,2g Basketball J.V. 1, Varsity 2,3g Baseball l,2,3 ROBERTA JONES Roberta . , . garrulous general student . . . active in Blue and White . . . likes dancing . . . frequently absent . . . plans to enter the service Blue and White Editorial 1, 2,33 Prom Committee 2, Danc- ing Club lg Baseball 1,23 Basket- ball 1,25 Volleyball 1,2 MARVIN A. KECK Kecky . . . friendly general student . . . possesses an unusual laugh. . . a good quarterback. . . active in Student Council . . . college plans Class President 2, Prom Com- mittee 2, Sportsmans Club 3, Student Council 1,2, Vice Presi- dent 3g Football I.V. 1, Varsity 2,35 Track 2,3, Wrestling 1,2,3 75 SENIORS MARIE R. KARLOWITCH Marie . . . short . . . talkative and energetic commercial stu- dent . . . peppy cheerleader ,. . . enjoys dancing . , . future secretary Cheerleader J.V. 2, Varsity 35 Comet Typist 33 Dancing Club 15 Dramatic Club 1,2g Baseball 1, Volleyball 1 CAROLE L. KIENZLE Carole . . . small but lively . . . commercial student . . . full of pep and jest . . .enjoys movies and roller skating . . . secretarial plans Craft Club 15 Cheerleader J.V. 2, Knitting Club lg Photo- graphy lg Basketball 1,2g Base- ball l,2g Volleyball 1,2, Hockey 2 ISABEL A. KING Isabel . . . dark and wavy hair . . . friendly personality , . . fond of baseball . . . secretarial plans Craft Club 1,2,3g Basketball 1,2, Baseball 1,21 Volleyball 1,2 MAYBEL E. KING Maybel . . . the more serious of the twins , . . friendly com- mercial student , . . active in sports . . . secretarial plans Craft Club 1,2,3g Basketball 1,23 Baseball 1,23 Volleyball 1,2 LARRY P. KLIPPLE Larry . . . a friendly general student . . . possesses a keen sense of humor . . . not too fond of school . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . , trade school plans Blue and White Editorial 23 Dancing Club lg Sportsmans Club 3, Student Council 3 WARREN W. KLIPPLE Klipple . . . friendly general student. . . well-built . . . rugged fullback . . . car enthusiast . . . future cement worker Sportsmans Club 3g Varsity Football l,2,3g Basketball J.V. l EDWARD F. KNAUSS Eddy . . . a happy-go-lucky general student . . . trickster . . . not too fond of school . . .enjoys working on cars . . . future farmer Chess Club 1g Sportsmans Club 3 SENIORS BEATRICE E. KNECHT Beaty . . . a reserved academic student . . . wavy hair. . . good- looking . . . an honor-roll student ...enjoys reading, dancing, and swimming . . . sports fan . . . college plans Blue and White Editorial 1, Associate Editor 2, Co-Editor 33 Prom Committee 2g Basketball 2g Hockey 2, Class Historian 35 Senior Play 3 PHILIP S. KOSTENBADER Kosty.. .an academic student . . . enjoys chess, music, and science . , . Band member . . . District Band and District Or- chestra participant . . . college plans Band 1,2,3, District Band 2,35 District Orchestra 2,3g Chess Club l,2,3g Ham Radio Club 35 Tennis 25 Senior Play 3 WAYNE P. KOSTENBADER Wayne . . . friendly general student . . . a great joker . . . enjoys singing , . . good chess player . . . college plans Glee Club 1,2,3g Boys En- semble 3 SENIORS JOAN K. KRATZ Joan . . . a friendly academic student . . . neat dresser . , . loquacious . . . tall and slim majorette . . .enthusiastic sports participant . . . future nurse Band Majorette 152,35 Senior Play Committee 25 Dancing Club 15 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 15 Volleyball 1,25 Hockey 1,25 Senior Play 3 A GLENN M. KROMER Glenn . . . a quiet general student . . . cornetist in Band . . . enjoys singing . . ,active in sports . . . college plans Band 1,2,35 Chess Club 35 Glee Club 1,2,35 Boys Ensemble 35 Track 1,25 Wrestling 1 RUSSELL C. LANCE Russell . . . friendly general student . . . odd sense of humor . . . enjoys science fiction stories . . . interested in aviation . . . scientific experiments his speci- alty . . . college plans Ham Radio Club 35 Science Fair Projects 152,35 Track 35 Senior Play 3 4 THOMAS S. LERCH Lerchy . . . a fun-loving academic student . . . tuba player in Band . . . likes to play chess . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . a wrestler . . . col- lege plans Band 152,35 District Band 35 Chess Club 1,2535 Prom Com- mittee 2g Dancing Club 15 Track 25 Wrestling 152,35 Senior Play 3 77 DONALD R. LESHER Donald . . . taciturn but friendly general student . . . not addicted to school . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . archery enthusiast . . . future uncertain Football J.V. 15 Sportsmans Club 3 JOAN E. LEWIS Louie . . . friendly and talka- tive commercial student . . . active in sports . . . a good worker . . . enjoys cooking . . . future saleswoman Craft Club 15 Blue and White Editorial 25 Comet Editorial 35 Dramatic Club 25 Oratorical Contest 2,35 Baseball 25 Basket- ball 25 Volleyball 25 Hockey 25 Senior Play 3 KAY D. LEWIS Kay . . . general student . . . friendly and co-operative . . , a good worker . , .enjoys playing the accordion . . . future sec- retary Blue and White Editorial 2,35 Library Club lj Dramatic Club 2,35 First Aid Club 15 Oratorical Contest 2,3 JEAN M. LONGENBACH Jean . . . quiet . . . blue-eyed general student . . . enjoys reading and embroidering . . , active in sports . . . plans a nursing career Dancing Club 15 Knitting Club 1,2,35 Baseball 1,25 Volley- ball 1,25 Hockey 1,2 SENIORS CONSTANCE M . LOWE Connie . . . hard working academic student , . . pleasant personality . . . District Band member . . . a five-year Band clarinetist . . . future office worker Band 1, Secretary 2, Treasurer 33 District Band lg Comet Business 3g Glee Club 1,2,3g Girls Ensemble 3 DAWN F. MALE Dawn . . . wavy brown hair . . . witty general student . . . interested in sports . . . nursing plans Dramatic Club 2,3g First Aid Club 3g Basketball 1,25 Baseball 1,25 Volleyball 1,2g Hockey 2g Senior Play 3 ROSINA M . MARAKOVITS Rosina . . . jolly commercial student . . , friendly personality . . . dancing and knitting her pastimes . . . enjoys sports . . . secretarial plans Knitting Club 1,2,3g Basket- ball 1,2g Baseball 1,23 Volleyball 1, Asst. Nlanager 2g Hockey 1,2 CARSON W. MASTERS Carson . . . mischievous general student . . . clever and witty . . . a crew cut his trade- mark . . . sports car enthusiast . . . plans to join the Air Force Aviation Club lg Comet Busi- ness 3 ROBERT L. MENGEL Bob . . . a tall general student . . . an excellent pass-catching end . , . enjoys football, basket- ball, and baseball . . . interested in mathematics . . . future forester Ham Radio Club 33 Sports- mans Club 35 Football Varsity 1,2,3, Basketball Varsity 1,2,3: Baseball 1,2,3 RONALD J. MENGEL Ronnie . . . tall and garrulous . . . happy-go-lucky general student . . . active in sports . . . future mechanic Prom Committee 2g Sports- mans Club 33 Shop Club 3, Basketball J.V. 1, Varsity 2,35 Baseball 1,2,3 EDWARD B. MERTZ Eddie . . . fun-loving general student . . . not too fond of school . . . enjoys wrestling . . . 1955 District Wrestling Champ . . . future poultry raiser Wrestling 1, 2, 33 District VVrestling Champ 2 ROBERT N. MERTZ Nlertzie . . . a curly-headed general student . . . extremely loquacious . . . one of the class clowns . . . enjoys wrestling . . . future construction worker Blue and WVhite Editorial 35 Wrestling 1, 2, 3 ALICE M. MESSINGER Alice . . . a general student . . . enjoys swimming and danc- ing . . . neat dresser. . . N.H.S. cheerleader . . . a sports en- thusiast , . . future nurse Craft Club 1,25 Cheerleader IV. 1, Varsity 2,35 Prom Committee 25 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Hockey 2 JAMES R. METZGAR jimmy . . . a good-looking and popular academic student . . . one of the class clowns . . . witty . . . active Band member . . . enjoys Dixieland music . . , college plans Band 1,2,35 Chess Club 1,2,35 Prom Committee 25 Dancing Club 15 Wrestling 2 LARRY L. MILLER Larry . . . cheerful and reliable general student . . . neat dresser . . . sports enthusiast . . . excels in basketball . . . service plans Chess Club 15 Class Vice President 25 Prom Committee 25 Sportsmans Club 35 Student Council 1,2535 Basketball Var- sity 1,2,35 Track 2 NANCY C. MINNICH Nancy . . . tall and slender . . . quiet commercial student . . . enjoys dancing and knitting . . . future secretary Craft Club 15 Future Home- makers Club 35 Knitting Club 2 DORIS E. MOHN Doris . . . quiet general student . . . enjoys dancing, watching T.V., and swimming . . . ardent football fan . . . future factory worker Future Homemakers Club 3 SENIORS JOHN R. MONDSCHEIN John . . . an academic student . . . frequently on the honor roll . . . artistically inclined . . . odd sense of humor . . . swimming enthusiast . . . the proud possessor of a car . . . college plans Arts and Crafts Club 35 Blue and White Editorial 25 Comet Art 35 Photography Club 2 JOAN B. MORRISON Joanie . . . came to N.A.H.S. from Easton . . . pleasant general student . . . enjoys reading mystery stories . . . collects salt and pepper shakers . . .roller skating enthusiast , . . future housewife Future Homemakers Club 35 Glee Club 3 79 ROSE ANN M. MURDOCA Rose Ann . . . petite . . . pleasant personality . . . enjoys dancing . . . commercial student . . . future secretary Craft Club 25 Dancing Club 15 Student Council 1,3 ROBERT C. PETERS Pete . . . friendly general student. . . keen sense of humor . . . enjoys sports . . . future factory worker Prom Committee 25 Sports- mans Club 35 Football Asst. Manager 2, Nfanager 3 JAMES M. POTOPE Skinny . . . tall and lanky general student . . . friendly but pestiferous . . . school a second- ary interest . . . enjoys working on cars . . . trade school plans Aviation Club 1 KATHLEEN L. RAPP Kathy . . . pleasant com- mercial student . . . keen sense of humor . . . enjoys ice skating . . . ardent football fan . . . secretarial plans Blue and White Editorial 2,3g Knitting Club 25 Basketball 2g Baseball 2g Volleyball 1,2 JOSEPH F. REICHART joe . . . friendly general stu- dent . , . trickster . . . tinkers with cars... enjoys hunting and fishing . , . service plans Arts and Craft Club 15 Craft Club 35 Stagecraft Club 33 Shop Club 1 NAMA E. RISSMILLER Nama . . . quiet academic student . . . honey blonde page boy bob . . . activein dramatics . . . enjoys dancing and swim- ming . . . nursing plans Dramatic Club 1,2,3g First Aid Club 35 Senior Play 3 MARTIN E. ROTHROCK Rocky . . . tall and lanky general student . . . frequently loquacious . . . enjoys teasing . . . football end, basketball forward, and hard hitting out- fielder . . . future truck driver Prom Committee 2g Glee Club 1,2,3g Boys Ensemble 3g Football Varsity 1,2,3g Basketball j.V. 1, Varsity 2,35 Baseball 1,2,3 80 SENIORS FREDERICK L. RITTER Fritz . . . a jocular general student . . . makes friends easily . . . enjoys movies and tinkering with cars . . . service plans BEVERLY-JEAN C. RUSH Bev. . . a friendly commercial student. . . loquaeious . . . loves all animals . . . enjoys sewing and art... music enthusiast.. . plans to be a medical technician Future Homemakers Club 33 Knitting Club 2g Glee Club 1, 2,3g Girls Ensemble 3 SENIORS ANNA T. SAKASITZ Anna . . . a quiet commercial student . . . enjoys driving and polka dancing . . . secretarial plans Craft Club 1,2g Blue and White Business 3 RUTHANN SANDT Ruthann . . . a slim coni- mercial student. . . friendly. . . well-liked . . . sports fan . . . enjoys knitting and swimming . . . future office worker Craft Club 15 Comet Layout lg Class Secretary-Treasurer lg Knitting Club 2 MARGARET M. SAKASITZ Peggie . . , blue eyed. . . quiet general student . . . enjoys knitting and reading . . . future secretarial worker Craft Club lg Knitting Club 2 NANCY F. SCHMOYER Schmoyer . . . a fun-loving general student . . . sparkling smile . . . outspoken . . . keen sense of humor . . . likes drive-in movies. . . future factory worker First Aid Club Ig Dramatic Club 33 Basketball 2g Baseball 23 Volleyball 2 JOHN L. SCHWARTZ Schwartzy . , . academic student . . . frequently on the honor roll. . .odd sense of humor . . . three-year District Band member . . . District Orchestra member.. .enjoys all sports . .. football his specialty . . . college plans Band 1, Quartermaster 2, Student Director 3g District Band 1,2,3g District Orchestra 3: Blue and White Editorial 2g Comet Editorial 35 Glee Club 15 Operetta lg Senior Play 3 ELIZABETH A. SCOTT Liz . . . an academic student . . . always on the honor roll . . . neat dresser . . . likes reading, dancing, and cooking . . . good swimmer . . . active in extra- curricular activities . . . plans nursing career Comet Layout 1,2,3g Comet Editor 3g Prom Committee 25 Senior Play Committee 2g Maga- zine Campaign Asst. Manager 2. Manager 3g Student Council Z3 Glee Club l,2,3g Basketball 1,2g Baseball 1,23 Volleyball 2, Asst. Nlanager lg Hockey 1 5 Operettal JOAN E. SEGAN Joanie . . . a loquacious general student . . . Witty . . . not too interested in school . . . friendly ...enthusiastic sport participant . . . plans airline Work Blue and Wlhite Editorial 2g Comet Typist 39 Basketball lg Volleyball 1,2 RICHARD H. SELL Dick . . . a friendly academic student . . . possesses a fine baritone voice . . . plays tenor sax in the Band . . . neat dresser . . . collects jazz records . . . frequently on the honor roll . . . college plans Band 1,2,3g Comet Editorial 3g Prom Committee 25 Dancing Club lg Student Council l,2,3g Glee Club 1,2,3g Boys Ensemble 34 Operetta lg Basketball 'l.V. lg Track 2,3g Senior Play 3 SENIORS ROBERT C. SETZER Tex . . . friendly general stu- dent . . . high boots and a cowboy hat his trademark . . . problem child . . . school a necessary evil . . . likes to hunt . . . future undecided Craft Club 3g Chess Club 1,2: Dancing Club 2g Dramatic Club 2g Stagecraft Club 3, Wrestliiig 1,2,3 BEVERLY A. SHIMASKI Bei '... quiet commercial student , . . frequently on the honor roll , . . active in magazine campaign . . . fond of dancing . . . secretarial plans Blue and White Editorial 1, Associate Editor 2, Co-Editor 3, Comet Layout 2,35 Class Sec- retary 2, Prom Committee 2' Volleyball 1,2 RONALD C. SILFIES Silfies . . . friendly general stu-dent . . . Band color guard... interested in cars . . . a wrestler . . . likes to hunt . . . future carpenter Art Club 1g Arts and Crafts Club 3g Dancing Club 25 Stage- craft Club 2,33 Wrestling 2,3 BARBARA R. SLEEM AN Bobbie . . . talkative and happy-go-lucky general student . . . a vivacious cheerleader . . . enjoys all sports . . . future housewife Craft Club 15 Cheerleader J.V. 1, Varsity 2, Captain 35 Dancing Club lg Basketball 15 Baseball 1g Volleyball 1g Student Council 3 S2 PATRICIA ANN SLUTTER Patsy . . . friendly commercial student . . . dark and wavy hair . . . Student Council member . . . active participant in all sports . , . future secretary Craft Club 1, Band Xlajorette 1,23 Comet Business 3, Prom Committee 23 Student Council 2, Treasurer 3, Glee Club 1, Treasurer 3g Basketball 1, Asst. Manager 29 Baseball 1,23 Volley- ball 1,2g Operetta 1 RICHARD L. SLUTTER Dick . . . mischievous general student . . . excels in art . . . likes hunting and fishing . . . Band color-guard . . . service plans Band Color Guard 3g Chess 2,35 Prom Committee 2, Operetta 1 HELEN F. SMITH Helen . . . tall and slender commercial student . . . friendly personality. . .enjoys sports and polka dancing , . . Band member . . . secretarial plans Band 1,2,3g Comet Typist 35 Basketball 1,23 Volleyball 1,2 DONALD E. SPOHN Spohnie . . . a likeable general student . . . trickster . . .aggresr sive football guard . . . possesses a Plymouth . . . future truck driver Prom Committee 23 Sports- mans Club 35 Football 1, Varsity 2, 3 HELEN M . STAM PF Helen . . .short and blonde... a friendly commercial student , . . one of the varsity cheer- leaders . . . enjoys Writing letters . . . future secretary Cheerleader -I.V. 2, Varsity 35 Comet Business 35 Dancing Club 1,25 Dramatic Club 1,253 MELVIN C. STIER Chucky . . . small but mighty . . . general student . . .talkative . . . a friend to all . . . teachers' problem child . . . likes art . . . future jockey Arts and Crafts Club 35 Chess Club 1,25 Dancing Club 1,25 Dramatic Club 2,35 Stagecraft Club 25 Sportsmans Club 35 Student Council 35 Wrestling Manager 2 DONALD C. STIMMEL Stimmel . . . a loquacious gen- eral student . . . one of the class clowns . . . spends much time working on cars . . . school a necessary evil . . . racing en- thusiast , . . service plans Aviation Club I LARRY U. STOUDT Spundy . . . loquacious and pestiferous general student . . . hard worker. . .enjoys dramatics and baseball . . . future state policeman Blue and White Editorial 2,35 Dramatic Club 152,35 Senior Play 3 ELIZABETH A. TANZOSH Betty . . . commercial student . . . a high-stepping majorette . . . frequently on the honor roll . . . enjoys dancing . . . ardent football fan . . . future secretary Band 1X4ajorette 152,35 Comet Business 35 Class Treasurer 2, Secretary 35 Prom Committee 23 Dancing Club 15 Knitting Club 25 Student Council 1 SENIORS SHIRLEY J. THOMAS Shirley . . . tall with blonde hair . . . quiet commercial stu- dent . . . enjoys reading, roller skating and cooking . . . active in sports . . . future secretary Library Club 1,2,3 EILEEN T. TIETZ Eileen . . . a good commercial student . . . enjoys reading . . . an ardent baseball fan . . . a dance enthusiast . . . plans secretarial career Craft Club 15 Cornet Editorial 35 Dancing Club 1,25 Dramatic Club 2 83 DORIS J. TOBIAS Tootie . . .loquacious aea demic student . . , blonde . . . possesses dimples and an ever- present smile. . . avid sports fan ... plans to work for Uncle Sam Craft Club 25 Future Home- makers Club 35 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Hockey 1,25 Senior Play 3 BERDELL K. TRANSUE Berdell . . . came to N.A.H.S. from Allentown High this year . . friendly commercial student . . . enjoys knitting . . . future bookkceper Library Club 3, Craft Club 3 STEPHEN R. VIGLIONE Steve . . . friendly general student . . . reserved but witty ... possesses dark wavy hair... frequently on the honor roll . . . enjoys wrestling . . . likes to hunt . . . college plans Chess Club 15 Dancing Club 25 Science Fair Projects 3, Football -I.V. lj Wlrestling 1 JANET F. WAGNER Janet . . . talkative academic student . . . friendly . . . plays the clarinet in the Band... enjoys swimming. . . active in sports.. . future plans uncertain Band 1,2,3g Blue and White Editorial 2,35 Basketball 1,2, Baseball 2, Volleyball 1,25 Hockey 1, 2 MARY LOU B. WAGNER Mary Lou . . . N.H.S. high- stepping head majorette . . . popular academic student . . . frequently on the honor roll . . . active in sports . . . enjoys danc- ing and sewing . . . future uncertain Operetta lg Band Majorette 1,2, Head 35 Comet Editorial 33 Prom Committee 2g Glee Club 1,2,3g Girls Ensemble 3g Basket- ball 1, Asst. Manager 25 Volley- ball 1,2g Hockey 25 Baseball 1,2 NANCY L. WEAVER Nancy . . , neat dresser . . friendly commercial student . . . possesses an odd giggle , . . likes to drive . . . enjoys sports . . . secretarial plans Future Homemakers Club 39 Glee Club 1, Opcretta 1 4 KATHR YN A. WEISS Kathi , . . a happy-go-lucky academic student . . . football fan , . . N.H.S. majorette . . . enjoys dancing and swimming . . . college plans Band Majorette 1,2,3, Blue and White Editorial 2, Co- Editor 3, Prom Committee 25 Basketball 2, Operetta 1 R4 SENIORS GERALD E. WEISS jerry . . . friendly general student. . . wavy hair. . . jocular . . . active in sports . . . hard- charging tackle . . . future truck driver Class Vice President 35 Prom Committee 24 Sportsmans Club 3, Football j.V. 1, Varsity 2,3g Basketball j.V. 1, Baseball 1,2 SYLVIA M. WELTY Sylvia . . . fun-loving com- mercial student . . . dark and curly hair . . . enjoys square dancing . . . ardent football fan . . . secretarial plans Library Club 1,2,3 SENIORS BEVERLY J. WERKHEISER Bev . . . short and jolly com- mercial student . . . Band clarinetist . . , active in sports . . . belongs to an all-girl band . . . future beautician Band 1,2,35 Blue and White Editorial 25 Glec Club 1,2,35 Girls Ensemble 35 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Hockey 25 Operetta 15 Senior Play 3 ANTHONY J. WZONTEK Buddy . . , a friendly academic student . . . mischievous . . . one of the class clowns . . . music an avocation . . . enjoys boat racing . . . interested in photo- graphy . . . college plans Band 2,35 District Band 35 Comet Business 35 Science Fair Projects 25 Senior Play 3 ANN H. WESSELS Ann . . . quiet commercial student . . . fond of driving . . . enjoys dancing and swimming . . , future interior decorator Dancing Club 25 Glee Club 1,35 Operetta 1 DAWN A. YOUNG Dawn . . . friendly academic student . . . a five year Band clarinetist . . . District Band member . . . active participant in sports . , . future nurse Craft Club 35 Band 1, Librar- ian 2,35 District Band 2,35 First Aid Club 15 Glee Club 1,2,35 Girls Ensemble 35 Basketball 2, Asst. Manager 15 Baseball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Hockey 1,25 Senior Play 3 FREDERICK W. YOUNG Fred . . . auburn haired . . . friendly academic student . . . Band color guard . . . active in Boy Scouts . . . college plans Arts and Crafts Club 35 Band 2, Color Guard 35 Chess Club 25 Comet Business 33 Photography Club 2,35 Tennis 2,3 DOLORES E. YANY Dolly . , . long and dark hair . . .jolly commercial student. . . enjoys roller skating . . . plans secretarial career Blue and White Business 15 Dancing Club 1,25 Dramatic Club 1,2 MARYANN YOUNG Maryann , . . a friendly com- mercial student . . . dark and curly hair. . . a baseball fan . . . enjoys dancing and sewing . . . secretarial plans Blue and White Business 1,25 Comet Business 3 E. JOAN ZELLNER joan . . . hard-working com- mercial student. . . frequently on the honor roll . . . member of Band . . . enjoys basketball, Wrestling, and miniature golf . . . future secretary Band 1,2,3g Comet Typist 35 Dancing Club 15 Dramatic Clubl Seniors Present First Trophy in New Building Seated: Maris Gold, Elizabeth Tanzosh, Bruce Doyle, Beatrice Knecht Smrtding.' Mrs. Metz, Gerald Weiss, Mr. Shekletski Composed of 128 members, the senior class occupied five homerooms and had ten representatives in Student Council in addition to the vice president, Marvin Keck. Among the outstanding seniors were the four high salesmen for the magazine campaignfliay Lewis, Rosina Marakovits, Elizabeth Scott, and Larry Stoudtg one representative to District Chorus' -Richard Sell, five, to District Band' f- Philip Kostenbader, Thomas Lerch, John Schwartz, Anthony Wzontek, and Dawn Youngg two, to District Orchestra-- Philip Kostenbader and john Schwartzg one, to State Band- - .lohn Schwartzg one, to State Orchestra, Philip Kostenbader: and one memberfRobert Mengelf-on the All Star Basketball Team. Robert Mertz participated in the Regional Wrestling finals and his brother Edward, in the State finals. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Prerident ............. BRUCE DOYLE Vice Prefident ........ GERALD WE1ss Secretary ........ ELIZABETH TANZOSH Treeuiirer ......,...,... MARIS GOLD Historian ......... BEATRICE KNECHT Adviferx-MRS. METZ, MR. SHEKLETSKI I. Robert Peterf and Richard Dech present the trophy and the football 'ured at the Wilton game to Dr. Graoer. 2. While Robert fllehgel reeeivef hir football letter from Dr. Graber, the other athlete: await their turn. S6 '2 XZ, ,533 1 23711 We Enjoy Ouf-Of-School Activities While at the feafhore Kay Lewif, Dawn Young, joan Lewif, Nancy Schrnoyer, Kathleen Rapp, and Dawn hlale loaf on the boardwalk. Hen parties rank high with thefe fix girly nf hlaryann Young, joan Kratz, Beatrice Knecht, Rofeinarie Hoff- ineifter, Phyllif Buff, and Kathi Weiff. . Ronald lllengel proudly inodelf hi: Bermuda Jhortf Jlarjorie Werkheifer, Dawn Young, Jlargaret Check, Rofernarie Hoffineifter, Carol Elkinr, Nancy jean Gruber, Nancy Ann Boerxtler, Phyllif Buff, and Beatrice Knecht celebrate Carol'J four- teenth birthday. THEY MAKE US COMFORTABLE Clowning in the creek, Shirley Stiinrnel and joyce Karch pose for a picture. Ufing Italian Jtyle, Pat Groinan gobblef a bowl of fpaghetti. llliriarn 4Wiehael, AWN. john Ruloff, flrling Stout, Erwin Smith, ,Wrf. Walter Buff, Jflrf. Eugene Weixf. -llorrif Buff, Peter Eckert. CAFETERIA WORKERS 87 CUSTODIANS I. Studentf ure library for leifure time reading. 3. Seaied: Robert Serfarf, john Woodward, Kay 2. To prepare rpecial affignmentf, rrzzdentr me fhe ,llichael Standing: Lonire Kline, .llr. Rerehard library referenee room. CLASS OFFICERS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Prefident .............,..,.,...... hIoHN WOODWARD Vice Prefident .... .. .ROBERT SERFASS e Secretary ....... , A... KAY MICHAEL Treafurer .4..,. ,,.. I ,OUISE KLINIQ Adoifer 4...... ,....... .........., , . MR. REICHARD Fir!! Row: Carl Bleam, Marianne Buss, Rurh Crout, Alice Altemose, Dorothy Applegate, Barbara Brace, Robert Burritsch Second Row: Mary Ellen Brcuer, Dolores Cortez, Dorothy Bruch, Sylvia Condomitti, Constance Bowers, Mae Butz Third Row: Robert Boyer, Dale Bartholomew, Joseph Deutsch. Richard Cassano, James Camelinc, Elwood Buss, Edward Banny, Richard Anglemeyer 88 JUNIOR CLASS Firrt Row: Paul Fehnel, Carol Frace, Shirley Eberly, Betty Fritz, Margaret Fox, Patricia Doyle, John Faust Second Row: Donald Eischl, Esther Fehr, LaRue Eberts, Betty Franczak, Thomas Gabriel, Sandra Frey, Beverly Ervin, Robert Detweiler Third Row: Lester Dieter, Roger Fries, Delbert Fehnel, Nelson Fogel, James Finkbeiner, Robert Gilbert Use of New Library Fociilifies Firft Row: Barbara Groman, Arlene Kilpatrick, Josephine Hammer, Gerald Johnson, Nancyann James, Dorothy Halteman, Jeanne Johnson Second Row: Joyce Karch, Kathryn Himler, Elizabeth Hofer, Marion l-lartzell, Dolores Happel, Elaine Ginder, James Godshalk, Terry Johnson Third Row: Gerald Hartzell, Donald Halteman, Richard King, Robert Hunt, Richard Hunt, Richard Jandresitz, Benedict Giuffre 89 Firftl Row: Pauline Marsh. Roseann Messenlehner, Kay Michael, Wilma Kroboth, Jeanette Merlo, Harriet Lynn, Margaret Miltenberger Second Row: Carolyn Kratz, Gloria Longenbach, Maryann Lesher, Marian Knecht, Louise Kline, Dolores Klipple Third Row: Terry Male, John Kostenbader, Robert Kleintop, Robert Lichner, Sherman Metzgar, John Lohn, Larry MacDonald, Sherwood Knecht Juniors While Jack Woodward awaits his turn, Dr. Smith, one ofthe school examiners, takes the blood pressure of Franklin Whiteman. First Row: Ruth Peters, Delores Schmoyer, Josephine Sinek, William Noble, Barbara Searock, Mary Ann Skrapits, Patricia Schleicher Sefond Row: June Simons, Evelyn Renner, Nancy Rundle, Joanne Nissley, Arlen Poyer, Joyce Schoeneberger Third Row: Stephen Oswald, Eric Schramm, Raymond Nemeth, Emerick Nagy, William Scott, Myron Shafer, Robert Serfass 90 JUNIOR CLASS Firft Row: Jean Stier, Nancy Wiggins, Joanne Weaver, Dolores Wambold, Marie Wilson, Marian Viglione, Judith Welty Second Row: Sandra Thomas, Thelma Transue, lflda Mae Wagner, Doloris Smith, Gail Sleeman, Sandra Young, Elizabeth Tanhauser, Mary Ann Tripp Third Row: Frank 'l'rach, John Sysko, Franklin Whiteman, Ernest Slutter, John Woodward, Alfonso Smith, Adam Yankowy, Shirley Stimmel Learn To Drive Representing the 130 member junior class were ten Student Council members from five homerooms. The two most important events of the school year for the juniors were receiving their class rings and the annual Junior-Senior Prom when the juniors entertained the seniors. Among the outstanding juniors James Cameline was the school's champion spellerg Richard Hunt received honorable mention from the L-N League for his basketball slcillg and John Woodward was the Student Council president. While Mr. Owem, Robfrt Hunt, Carol Fmce, and fum Simom look on, Thomar Gabrifl Jtartf the driwfr Education car SGPHGMCDRE Fin! Row: Kay Brong, Marie DeLuca, John Bauer, Janet Clift, Joyce Bickert, Violet Dieter, Salvatore Calandra, Brenda Borger, Dorothy Baltz Second Row: Charles Arndt, Mary Ann Doyle, Lillian Bauer, Susan Beitel, Eileen Altemose, Susan Bolognia, Eva Bender, Lorraine Buzas, Catherine Danner, Dale Butz Third Row: Beatrice Cole, Dolores Buskirk, Tyrone Eberts, William Clewell, Lawrence Deutsch, Labert Altemose, Judith Byrnes, Nlargaret Bauer Seafedx Dawn Male, Stephen Viglione, Phyllis Buss, Beverly Shimaski, Elizabeth Hofer, Mary Ann 'liripp S1and1'ng.' Rose- marie Hoffmeister, James Cameline, Jeanette Merlo, Albert Keppel, Donald Fischl, Glenn Herrzog, Annette Schwartz, Shirley Magditch, Susan Beitel N A.S.H.S. SPELLING CON'l'lCS'l'AN'l'S SOPHOMORIC CLASS OFFICERS Prerz'd.en1 ................ ARTHUR MII.I.EIl fire PFEJI-lll671f ,... .... C SEORGE HERCIEG Sacrztary ....... . . . ..... JUDY REIMER Treaxurfr ......,.,..., PAULA REBER Adidfer. .... MRS. VIRGINIA GRAVHR N. A. H. S. Seated: George Herceg, Arthur Miller, Judy Reimer Standivzg: Paula Reber, M rs. Virginia Graver-Advifer 92 CLASS Firrl Row: Betty Grogg, Ralph Engler, Theresa Fassl, Vincent Getz, Patricia Hofstetter, Peter Ferretti, Ruth Haffling, Harry Farnaclc, Nancy Hamel Second Row: John Ferretti, Glenn Hertzog, Betty Hoffman, Florence Hofer, Sally Hartman, Miriam Fry, Thelma Gower, George Herceg, Roy Frack Third Row: Gerald Graf, Paul Garren, Anthony Ferraro, James Gostony, Robert Herhsr, Richard Frace, Ernest Fehnel, Richard Finfalt, David Hendershot Porficipofes ln Coll-Chronicle Spelling Confesf Fin! Row: Sandra Johnson, Janet Kocher, Jean Klipple, Shirley Kemmerer, Oraine Kontis, JoAnne Keller, Nancy Ann Lee, Ruth McGonigle, Shirley Magditch Second Row: Sandra Jones, Nancy Kindt, JoAnn Johnson, Joanne Kester, Caroline King, Gwen Lichtenwalner, Donalee Lewis, Patricia Kuller Third Row: Melvin Kresge, Frances Karlowitch, Asher Kahler, Larry Lewis, Harry Lance, Melvin Jones, Paula Kline, Janet Kurtz, Vincent Luburich, Albert Keppel 93 SOPHCL iGRE Firft Row: Virginia Monprode, Charles Ritter, Paula Reber, Robert Recker, Charlotte Rissmiller, Stephen Moosch, Judy Reimer, Donald Phillips, Victoria Newhard Serond Row: Edward Pflugler, Janet Marsh, Marilyn Myers, Rosalie Nagy, Margaret Reichart, Shirley Renner, Orthia Reilly, Patricia Rinlcer, Arthur Miller Third Row: William Rinehart, Robert Pritchard, Gerald Newhard, Charles Minnich, Larry Mengel, Albert Richards, Blaine Mengel, Leon Rinehart, Richard Rinker I I. Studeiitf laugh at the Dramatie Club affembly play, "Crazy Violet." 2. While athletef await their turn, Dr. john'-Fraunfelder, Jchool phyyician, preparef to examine Ray Doizglaf. 94 Students Enjoy CLASS First Row: Gloria Ann Strohl, Gary Schleicher, Florence Stampf, VVillard Roth, Grace Sandt, Charles Scobo, Edith Rundle, Edward Snyder, Lina Roth Second Row: Felix Schuch, Margaret Stark, Harriet Stofflet, Carol Ruloff, Annette Schwartz, Cecelia Snyder, Beverly Smith, Bernard Schlegel Third Row: Ray Sandt, Charles Schaadt, Charles Roth, Conrad Shimer, Joseph Rizza, Raymond Shafer, joseph Stahl, Henry Schlegel The 157 member sophomore class had twelve Outstanding sophomores were Patty Toth, Student Council members from six homerooms. N.A.H.S. finalist in the annual Lehigh Valley Spelling Bee, Donald Phillips, awarded first prize in the annual Talent Show, and Lina Roth, our representative to District and State Band, and District Qrchestra. The sophomores presented a program over the loud speaker to each room during a homeroom period. Assemblies in New Auciiforium Firrt Row: Judith Wagner, Paul Werkheiser, Alice Trinkley, Robert Thompson, Hilda Young, Marlyn Werner, Jeanette Toth, Robert Transue, Joyce von Steuben Second Row: jacob Wiersma, Patricia Young, Patty Toth, Barbara Tintera, Dolores Tavianini, Janet Wilken, Barbara Unger, Constance Versage, Larry Walter, Kenneth Zellner Third Row: Sherwood Werk- heiser, William Tanzosh, Barry Woolbert, Edward Tintera, Arthur Yob, Edward Timar, Jan Werkheiser, Herbert Wise 95 OU Co Pofronize OUR ADVERTISERS for Finesf SECUND NATIONAL BANK SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA Pat Slutter and Dawn Young have a banking problem to present to Sheldon Keller, teller. The friendliness with which bank- ing matters may be discussed is another reason why students like to do business at the Second National Bank of Nazareth. MERIN STUIJIUS 1010 CHESTNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA 7, PENNSYLVANIA Nama Rissmiller poses for her cap and gown portrait. All portraits appearing in this book are kept on file. Additional orders may be placed by mail. MELUIJY MUSIC HUUSE 109 SOUTH THIRD STREET EASTON, PENNSYLVANIA records in the Lehigh Valley. Largest stock of all types of Qualify Products oncl Dependable Workmonship NAZARETH NATIUNAL BANK AND TRUST CUMPANY NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA Checks give a permanent receipt for bills paid. Betty Tanzosh and Dick Dech are making deposits to their check- ing accounts. IACUB MAYER On thf Square fincf 1894 MEN,S AND BOYS' WEAR EASTON, PENNSYLVANIA When it comes to clothes, Jerry W Where to go. Thatls a charcoal gre Hart, Schaffner and Marx suit that Jeri on and it comes from Jacob Mayer's. The Nazareth Area Band uniforms a by Jacob Mayer. NAZARETH STEEL FABRICATURS, INC. NAZ.ARETH, PENN SYLVANIA Progressive America with its grow- ing population and expanding economy is also being met by our new greater productive facilities and modern office building portrayed in this picture. Use Ihe Newesf in Modern Indusfry Bll RICH, INII. PREMIX PLANT Asphalt Paving Materials We Hot Mix Material TATAMY ROAD NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA Phone 1303 Office: 301 South Broad Street frearj Phone 1667 NAZARETH BUILDING BIIICII 00. BETI-ILEHEM-NAZARETII PIKE R. D. No. 1 NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA fllanufacturerf Of Blockf of Diftinctzon THE TIIIIMBUWER IIO., ING. EASTON ROAD NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA Phone Nazareth 798 Service at ity Best Coal, lumber, building supplies, crushed stone, ready-mixed con- crete. Qlfverything to build anythingj 100 Visit Our Shopping Cenfers N0lF'S FRUZEN FUUIJ CENTER 167 SOUTH BROAD STREET NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA Phone 806 Robert Beck is checking the in- ventory list Of a Food Plan being processed at the plant where his mother and dad help in the custom cutting and wrapping of meats and preparation of foods used in FOOD PLANS for people in the valley with Or without freezers. AP0ll0 STUDIUS NAZARETH and BANGOR Our Sincerest Best Wishes to the Graduates MELUIJY MUSIC HUUSE NAZARETH Our new appliance and television store meets the needs of Our growing community. The Best in Service for the NAZARETH GENERAL PAVING CUNTRACTURS 110 PARK STREET NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA Distributors of road and dust oils and asphalt. Manufacturers of concrete and asphalt driveways. BAKER CUNVALESEENT HUME R. D. No. 3 EASTON, PENNSYLVANIA Phone 1125 Nancy Heller, a Nazareth High School senior, adjusts a pillow for a patient at Baker Convalescent Home. 24-hour nursing service, male and female A patients, home-like atmosphere-'air con- ditioned A graduate nurses in attendance. e Q Congratulations to the S351- Graduating Class of '56 SANDERS-REINHARDT 00. Photo Engravers 711 LINDEN STREET ALLENTOWN, PA. 102 Varied Communify Needs L PEUPLES lIOAL XI SUPPLY EU. STOCKERTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA Phone Nazareth S02 Ready to serve the community with heating oil and kerosene. NAZARETH MILLS, INC. BELVIDERE 8c WHITFIELD STREETS NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA I This is a section of the Sewing Depart- I ment where the famous Nazareth Brand of chiLdren's underwear is made. H27 Years of S87"UiC8,, ik MIERS-BAIIHMAN LITHO. 00. ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA L Sofisfocfion ls Guoronfeecl Before the Diftrict XI Play-off with Palmertorz, high napping rnajorftte: perform. Richard Dech, bafket- ball captain, urge! Jtiideritx to attend the Diftrirt XI Play-offx. INDUSTRIES HERCULES CEMENT CORPORATION Stockertown Pennsylvania KRAEMER TEXTILES INC. Nazareth Pennsylvania NAZARETH CEMENT COMPANY Nazareth Pennsylvania NAZARETH DRESS MANUFACTURING COMPANY Wood and Madison Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania PENN-DIXIE CEMENT CORPORATION Nazareth Pennsylvania ST. REGIS PAPER COMPANY Multi-Wall Bag Division Nazareth, Pennsylvania 104 In lndustry cmd Service iNsURANcE NAZARETH MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY Covers for Fires-Lightning-Extended Coverage 16 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania JEWELER L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY, CLASS RINGS Walter G. Fly, Representative 2038 Sycamore Street Bethlehem, Pennsylvania PLUMBING AND HEATING SHOOK AND TOTH Plumbing and Heating Contractors Nazareth, Pennsylvania RESTAURANT CARLDON'S RESTAURANT Sunday Dinners our Specialty May we serve you? Phone 9050 122 S. Main Street, Nazareth, Penna Slndentf cheer at pep meeting preceding Diftrict XI play-offf. 5 Aft pep nieeting Coach Rogerf eneourage: fru- dentf. To Supply Uur V. Bafketeerr play a thrilling game with Earl-Burg in our .fpaciouf new gym. BEAUTY SHOPS MARY ANN'S BEAUTY SHOP 107 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania CLEANERS AND DYERS HlMLER'S CLEANERS AND DYERS Nazareth Pennsylvania COAL, LUMBER, AND WATER BLUE MOUNTAIN CONSOLIDATED WATER COMPANY Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania CONTRACTOR FRANK J. TANZOSH, JR. Builder and Contractor R. D. No. 1, Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone 1847 EVO TAVIANINI Excavating-Grading-Trucking 320 East Walnut Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone 1556 DAIRY, MEAT, PRODUCE, AND GROCERY PRODUCTS JOHN Fox Apples, Potatoes, and Fresh Fruits Stockertown, Pennsylvania HARTMAN,S PORK PRODUCTS R. D. No. 3, Nazareth, Penna. Phone Nazareth 1086 HECKMAN'S ECONOMY MARKET 105 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania KEPPEL'S Pioneer Self-Service Market Centre Square, Nazareth, Penna. SUNCREST FARMS Freezer-Fresh Ice Cream Fast Food Service Wind Gap, Pennsylvania Phone Pen Argyl 407-VI FARM MACHINERY GEO. N. MILLER, SALES AND SERVICE R. D. No. 2 Nazareth, Pennsylvania Your Domestic Essentials FUNERAL DIRECTORS BARTHOLOMEW FUNERAL HOME 211 East Center Street Phone 252 Nazareth, Pennsylvania FLOYD W. SCHMIDT, MORTICIAN 357 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Licensed in Pennsylvania and New Jersey GARAGES ACKERMAN CHEVROLET Sales and Service 147 S. Walnut Street Bath, Pennsylvania FOGEL'S GULF AND FUEL OIL SERVICE Broad and Belvidere Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania SEYFRIED MOTORS, INC. Mauch Chunk and Church Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone S00 SOLT CHEVROLET Sales and Service-Chevrolet 51 Oldsmobile 49 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania HARDWARE DEALERS NAZARETH TOOL AND SUPPLY CO. Peter F. Yeisley, Proprietor 150 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania 107 INSURANCE CITIZENS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY ' Protect for Fire - Lightning Extended Coverage 2 Centre Square, Nazareth, Penna. FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTHAMPTON COUNTY Insures for Fire M Lightning Extended Coverage 72 S. Main Street, Nazareth, Penna INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURERS KEYSTONE DEHYDRATORS Alfalfa Meal Box 204, Nazareth, Pennsylvania NAZARETH PAPER BOX COMPANY 181 S. Whitfield Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania NAZARETH PLANING MILL COMPANY Sash Doors - Shutters - Blinds Frames - Stairwork - Cabinets Prospect and Green Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania MISCELLANEOUS NAZARETH FAIRGROUNDS AND FARMERS' MARKET, INC. Nazareth, Pennsylvania COMPLIMENTS OF THE NAZARETH JACKSONIAN CLUB INC. Nazareth, Pennsylvania Waking up on Monday morning, Pat Groman ap- pearf fleepy. OFFICE AND SCHOOL FURNITURE A. FRED TREHER Office and School Furniture Easton, Pennsylvania Telephone 7973 PLUMBING, HEATING, PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING WARREN H. BOWERS Painter and Decorator Floor Sanding and Refinishing Stockertown, Pennsylvania THOMAS J. FRANCZAK Carpenter and Paperhanger Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone 380+J LEHIGH ENGINEERING COMPANY Bethlehem-UNiversity 7-5047 HeatingfAir Conditioning-Sheet Metal ALBERT M. TOTH Plumbing and Heating Contractor R. D. No. 3, Phone Nazareth 624 Nazareth, Pennsylvania PRINTING AND ENGRAVING CEMENT NEWS PRINTING COMPANY Glenn Young, Proprietor Quality Printing Northampton, Pennsylvania For Beffer Home REAL ESTATE TED LEWIS AND RUTH HOUSER REALTORS 10 S. Front Street Easton, Pennsylvania Phone 3-0771 RESTAURANTS NICHOLASEN'S LUNCH Fountain Service Home Cooking 148 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania SCHOOL SUPPLIES KEMMERER PAPER COMPANY School Supplies 2030 Vultee Street Allentown, Pennsylvania TRANSPORTATION KLIPPLE BUS LINES Deluxe Coaches for Charter Bath, Pennsylvania Phones TE 7-2211 - UN 8-5551 joan Kratz .vtrugglef with thou' nightly pin-upy. . l i and Family Living AUTO STORES NAZARETH AUTO PARTS Prospect and Green Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania BEAUTY SHOP MARY ANN BEAUTY SHOP 536 Northampton Street Easton, Pa. f Phone Easton 6471 Proprietor - Charles A. Unkle, Jr. CLOTHING STORES BEN CHANE, MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR 60 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania FREEMAN'S GIFT AND DRESS SHOP Itls only a matter of time before everyone graduates to our stores. HENRY SCHLEGEL Men's Store Nazareth, Pennsylvania COLLEGES BETHLEHEM BUSINESS SCHOOL, INC. 59th Year An Approved Business Training School Bethlehem, Pennsylvania CHURCHMAN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 355 Spring Garden Street Easton, Pennsylvania DAIRY, MEAT, AND GROCERY PRODUCTS BAjAN'S FOOD MARKET 96 Seip Avenue Nazareth and East Lawn, Penna. ROY T. BARNHART 49 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania FLORY'S GROCERY STORE 301 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania JOE GEIDER Main and Mauch Chunk Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania HAHN'S MARKET Phone Nazareth 9023 Newberg, Pennsylvania JONES MARKET Eggs, Potatoes, Groceries Bethlehem-Nazareth Pike at Brodhead KERN'S MEAT MARKET Home Dressed Meat and Poultry 105 South Broad Street, Nazareth, Pennsylvania MOWER'S ICE CREAM Telephone 81 Nazareth, Pennsylvania WILLARD SMITH 420 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania STEVER Sz ACHEY Quality Fresh and Smoked Meats Hickory Smoked Hams and Bacon Nazareth Fairgrounds Auction and Market WUNDERLER'S MARKET East Main and Broad Streets Bath, Pennsylvania M. WYNNE, GROCER 18 North Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania DRUG STORES KOEHLER'S PHARMACY Prescriptions 51 Drugs 7 your REXALL store 35 Belvidere Street, Nazareth, Penna. MENGEIXS VARIETY STORE AND CUTRATI' For Your Everyday Essentials 123 South Main Street Nazareth Greeting Card Center NAZARETH PHARMACY C. L. Scovell, Ph. G., Prop. Prescriptions a Specialty 68 South Main Street- Phone 353 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES BUZZARD ELECTRIC Main and Belvidere Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania FEDON ELECTRIC COMPANY 25 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania HOWARD F. FOX "Everything in Electric" Bethlehem, R. D. 1 Phone Bethlehem UN 6-1969 ELMO L. FREY Electrical Appliances 39 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania R. K. STOUT Electrical Contractor 32 South Main Street - Phone 346 Nazareth, Pennsylvania Give Prompt Attention To Our L. R. WERKHEISER 16 West High Street - Phone 98 Philco and Hot Point Dealer Nazareth, Pennsylvania PAUL YOUNGKIN Frigidaire and Easy Dealer Tatamy, Pennsylvania FLORIST ALPAUGH'S FLOWER SHOP Distinctive Floral Arrangements For All Occasions 66 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. Phone 317 FURNITURE STORE YEISLEY FURNITURE Peter F. Yeisley, Prop. 436 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania GARAGES AND SERVICE STATIONS BUESING'S SHELL SERVICE Broad and Center Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania - Phone 9020 Washing - Lubrication - Accessories FENSTY'S ATLANTIC SERVICE South Main and Easton Road Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone 9028 A fophomore, a junior, and a .renior make up ihif trio - Beverly Smith, rllariari Knecht, Beatrice' Kneeht. FINKBEINER'S SERVICE STATION Lubrication - Gas - Tires Tatamy, Pennsylvania S. J. GREGORY GARAGE, 40TH ANNIVERSARY Studebaker Sales and Service 27 Mauch Chunk Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania R. R. HESS AUTO REPAIRS 142 North Spruce Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania KLIPPLE'S TYDOL SERVICE Nazareth and Bath Highway Phone 9007 KROCK'S GARAGE Phone 9051 or 30-R-1 Nazareth R. D. 1, Nazareth, Newburg, Pennsylvania T. F. LEH, INCORPORATED Ford Sales and Service 235 Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania LICHTENWALNER MOTORS Lincoln and Mercury Dealer East Walnut Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania MESSENLEHNER'S SUNOCO SERVICE A to Z Lubrication 574 South Main Street S Phone 9004 Nazareth, Pennsylvania NAZARET H MOTOR COMPANY Buick Sales and Service North New Street, Nazareth, Penna. RAY'S ATLANTIC SERVICE Corner Main and Prospect Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania - Phone 9037 MARTIN SMITH GARAGE Chrysler - Plymouth South Walnut Street - Phone TE 7-4841 Bath, Pennsylvania SQUARE DEAL PONTIAC Pontiac Sales and Service 25 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania WELICS ESSO SERVICE STATION Walnut and New Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania HARDWARE DEALERS NAZARETH HARDWARE COMPANY 49-51 Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania STOCKERTOWN HARDWARE Hardware - paint - glass A houseware - tools Phone 1764 Stockertown, Pa. Merchants and Advertisers INSURANCE ROY S. HAHN Notary Public and Insurance 113 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania FRANK HUTH AND SONS, INSURANCE 104 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania JEWELERS R. D. LAMBERT Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania LICHTY'S WATCH REPAIR Keepsake Diamonds - Watches 124 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania MORRIS ,IEWELERS 357 Northampton Street Easton, Pennsylvania G. S. OSWALD 48 Center Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania MANUFACTURERS Complimentr and Bert W1'rhff BARRON 81 FULLER PAPER Phone Easton 3-3591 Easton, Pennsylvania BINNEY AND SMITH INC. Easton Pennsylvania H. 8: R. INDUSTRIES Walnut Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania - Jewelry COM PANY C. F. MARTIN AND COMPANY, INC. Nazareth 1 Pennsylvania MESSINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY Tatamy I Pennsylvania NAZARETH BURIAL VAULT 162 South Green Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania COMPANY SNY-DER MILLING COMPANY 435 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Bruce Doyle, our flair prerzdent, in hir younger day: MISCELLANEOUS ALBERT BRAU COMPANY Jewelry - Furniture - Appliances 25 North 2nd Street Easton, Pennsylvania - Phone 2 1871 DARROHN'S PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM For All Occasions Bethlehem No. 1, Hecktown, Pennsylvania Phone 2411-5 or 9008 Nazareth FRITOS OF CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA INC 640 South Spruce Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania GERNET'S SHOE STORE 108 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania GRUBE Sz BETTS Sporting Goods Sz Photography 25 South Third Street Easton, Pennsylvania WARREN L. HENNING General Hauling Bath, Pennsylvania G. C. MURPHY COMPANY Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Listed In Our Comer NAZARETH SPORTING GOODS 41 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania S Phone 1536 NORTHAMPTON FARM BUREAU "Owned by Those it Servesu Phone Easton 2-0243, Tatamy, Pennsylvania FLOYD O. RAPP Well Driller Cherry Hill-Moorestown Road Nazareth, Pennsylvania - Phone 42 WILLIAM M. SILFIES, Reg. Prof. Engineer Designing, Building, Construction 363 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania J. M. SNYDER Sz SON, INC. Farm Equipment Bath, Pennsylvania - Phone TE 7-5311 MUSIC ANGLEMIRES RECORD SHOP 40 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania WILSON ZELLNER 106 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Getzen, Olds, Conn, SML, Martin Freres Used Instruments - Repairs PLUMBERS, CONTRACTORS, PAINTERS, AND PAPERHANGERS HORACE BOWERS Painter and Paperhanger 5 Phone 289-I-2 Route 3, Nazareth, Pennsylvania ALPHA T. BURLEY Plumbing, Heating, and Appliances Tatamy, Pennsylvania WALTER E. ETTWEIN Plumbing and Heating Bath, Pennsylvania ROY T. FEHNEL General Building Contractor Phone Nazareth 131 or 1552 R. D. No. 3, Nazareth, Pennsylvania VIC MESSINGER Interior Decorating Broad Street Tatamy, Pennsylvania SNYDER'S WOODCRAFT SHOP - Since 1931 Fine Cabinet Work -- Upholstering Antique Restoring - Furniture Repairing and Refinishing FREDDIE WERNER General Contractor 46 East High Street - Phone 839 Nazareth, Pennsylvania RESTAURANTS AND HOTELS AMERICAN HOTEL Frank Horvath, Proprietor 202 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania BART'S TAPROOM Tillie and Les Fourth and High Streets Tatamy, Pennsylvania CHERRY HILL HOTEL Frank J. Nikles, Proprietor Route No. 2, Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone 9074 CHRISTIAN SPRINGS HOTEL Stephen Oswald, Proprietor Dancing at the "Red Barn" THE DUTCH OVEN - FINE FOOD Harold R. Lauffer, Proprietor Bath-Newburg Road, Nazareth, Pennsylvania MOORESTOWN HOTEL Corner Route No. 512 and 946 Moorestown, Pennsylvania RAINBOW DINER A Place for Good Food South Green Street, Easton Road Nazareth, Pennsylvania SARAH-J DRIVE-IN Velvet Smooth Soft Ice Cream Famous Steak Sandwiches Opposite Nazareth Fair Grounds Route 12, Nazareth, Pennsylvania SERVICE SHOPS CHARLIE'S BARBER SHOP Charles DeNardo . Main Street, Tatamy, Pennsylvania MESSINGER,S AUTO GLASS SHOP Pine Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania RHYMER,S FLOWER SHOP 135 South Whitfield Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania STULL'S PHOTO SERVICE 156 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania


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