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

 - Class of 1957

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' LJ-.HL-Q..1g "K-4'a,Q .1-.1-ZL,1g.1L:?'1.., 1" 1' .J-24.-. 41 A -Ilg, "-Li,-Q.:g2::, .Lj'l4, ,, OUR ATOMIC PLANT NAZARETH AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL THE COMET Published by the class of 1957 NAZARETH AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA fllembfr of Columbia Scholaftic Prem Affociation Membzr of Penmylwnia Sfhool Prefs Affociation 'Q 1 OUR ATOMIC PLANT FOREWORD Depicted as an Atomic Energy Plant, one of our country,s sources of future energy., Nissleq . r 4 'EH - 1 gf' nl ps. .- 3- 1. -5 0 FV ' A Nazareth Area Senior High School is answering our country's call in helping to, produce, 5, 94, tomorroW's scientists, engineers, doctors, lawyers, teachers, and good citizensy TQ " N For high school students throughout the land our Atomic Age holds a challenge atomic powered spaceships, life expectancies of140, and WORLD PEACE,-gill' 2116 awaiting the explorations of t0day's youth. 1'-- ii i . 4 , , . X ., , Y Whether it be the Wilson football game, the Junior-Senior Prom, ora d-gsyi -Eng or,6hemiqftry,closs'- all these have contributed tg otuedevelopment ancl5tedt1Qion.pQ,,7':f ,, . r -- -w - 1. A ' - fi if , V, ,.- .51 Q 3, . - . - . ,wa :",,,?1 - band. tv-N.,-. 'f . 1 BUSHKILL TOWNSHIP Our Afomic Energy Sitting: A. Russell Snyder, Charles Schnerr-Treasurzr, Wilfred Sheetz-Serretary, John Fox-Prefident, Elwood Unangst-Vire President, Herbert Cobley-Superintendent, George A. Smith, Peter Yeisley Standing: Stanley Clewell, Gustave Fox, Charles Peischl, Edgar Fehr, John Urban :md Frank Sours Cabfentl NAZARETH AREA JOINT SCHOOL COMMITTEE The Directors of Our Atomic Energy Commission Work many long hours with Mr. Cobley, the Com- mission Head, in Order to keep in smooth running order our new Atomic Plant, Nazareth Area Senior High School, whose principal function is to release vital potential energy so much needed by our nation in the strenuous months and years ahead. Working jointly with the Directors and the Commission Head, Wilfred Sheetz, a recent addition to the Plant personnel, serves as secretary and general business manager. NAZARETH AREA JOINT SCHOOL BOARD LOWER NAZARETH TOWNSHIP NAZARETH VINCENT ALTEMOSE EDGAR E. FEHR FLOYD LAHR WILLIAM MILLER WILLIAM H. BECK GEORGE BARTRON WALTER Buss CVUSTAVE Fox FRANK B. HECKMAN NORMAN IVIILHEIM STANLEY CLEWELL CHARLES SCHNERR GEORGE A. SMITH A. RUSSELL SNYDER ELWOOD J. UNANGS'1' JOHN E. URBAN PETER F. YEISLEY UPPER NAZARETH TOWNSHIP STOCKERTOWN TATAMY JOHN Fox PAUL BURLEY WOODROW HARTZELL CARL FRY FRED FINKBEINER CHARLES F. PEISCHL RUSSELL METZOAR LESTER HAPPEL FRANK T. REICHEI, WILLIAM A. SCHULTZ, JR. REV. FLOYD R. SHAEER LEO SHOOK MELVIN G. KANIPER FRANK SOURS MRSJVIARGUERITE THOMAS JOINT SCHOOL BOARD OFFICERS Pfefident ...................... REVEREND FLOYD R. SHAFER Vice Prefidenz .... ............ G EORGE A. SMITH Serremry ..... ...... W ILFRED SHEETZ Treasurer. . . .... CHARLES SCHNERR -I Commission HEAD OF ATOMIC COMMISSION As Head of Our Atomic Commission, Mr. Herbert F. Cobley, the chief administrator and supervisory oHicer of the joint schools, is responsible to the joint board for a well- coordinated program of Education in the Area Senior High School. Mr. Cobley is responsible not only for the educational program for the following year, including any operational changes which he must foresee and plan for as well as any procedures for releasing nuclear fuel, but also for long-range planning of Commission Policy. His deep personal concern for the con- tinuing improvement of the entire educa- tional program is reliected in the manner in which he gives something of himself as well as his time to the many details of his oHice. FREDERICK C. BENFIELD High Srlmol Princiyial HERBERT F. COBLEY Superinfmdent CHIEF OF PRODUCTION CREW Always energetic and completely devoted to our Atomic Power Plant, Nazareth Area Senior High School, Mr. Frederick C. Benlield, Chief of our Production Crew, takes a personal interest in each of his students and his faculty members. As the senior high school principal, Mr. Benfield supervises the entire school pro- gram-curriculum, activities, and building. Besides being a dynamic leader and an in- spiration to those with whom he works, he also encourages individual initiative and fosters school and professional progress through conferences, faculty and committee meetings, and attendance at conventions. M Our Producfion I Andrew Brock, Augustine Weinhofer, Floyd Schlegel, Dorothy Everitt, jean Clute ANDREW BROCK AUGUSTINE C. WEINHOFER FLOYD SCHLEGEL Shop Infirumental Illufic Glu' Club Stagecraft Club Band 'Enffmblff Shop Club Senior Clan' Adzzifer DOROTHY EVERITT JEAN B. CLUTE Home Economic: Art F. H. AI. Club Comet Ari Boyf' Cooking Club Stagecraft Club Cheerleader Aclvifer Arif and Crafts Club FRANKLYN KQSTENBADER GUY CUMP JAMES ROTH ADAM SHEKLETSKI P 1131116-KZ Plane Geometry Biology Chemixtry Comumer Science I Algebra II Photography Club Confumer Science II D Senior Play Science Fair Projectf Solid Geometry Science Fair Project: Trigonometry Rd' Clb a io u Science Fair Projecif Franklyn Kosrenbader, Guy Cump, James Roth, Adam Shekletski 6 Crew Chester Felver, Mrs. Mildred Metz, Mrs. Belva Kolessar, Mrs. A. ,lane Bleiler, Mrs. Virginia Graver CHESTER FELVER Business Consumer Education Commercial Arithmetic American History MRS. MILDRED METZ Bookkeeping Record Keeping Senior Class Adviser School Treasurer MRS. A. I. BLEILER Introduction to Business Typing Knitting Club First Aid Club Sophomore Class Adviser Honor Society Adviser ROBERT HARDING Sophomore English Chess Club ELIZABETH BORDNER Librarian Library Club ELIZABETH SLOAT Senior English The Comet MRS. RUTH MCGONIGLE Latin II German I and II First Aid Club Oratorical Contest Honor Society Adviser gl. FREDERIC KNECHT junior English Blue and White Honor Society Adviser MRS. VIRGINIA GRAVER Shorthand I and II Office Practice Blue and White Typists Senior Class Adviser MRS. BELVA KOLESSAR Typewriting I and II Introduction to Business Comet Business Blue and White Business ROBERT REICHARD Guidance Student Council Assembly Programs Honor Society Adviser junior Class Adviser Robert Reichard Robert Harding, Elizabeth Bordner, Elizabeth Sloat, Mrs. Ruth McGonigle, Frederic Knecht 7 Cur Production Crew RICHARD SCI-IMOYER World Hiftory Dramatic Club MRS. MIRIAM ZELL fimcrican History Dramatic Club QUENTIN ZELL Problem: of Democracy Blue and White MARY SLOAT C afctcria llflanagcr MRS. JOSEPHINE TINTERA School N uric Richard Schmoyer, Mrs. Miriam Zell, Quentin Zell 1. Mrs. Elaine Doyle, secretary to Mr. Benlield, and Mrs. Margaret Shekletski, secretarv to Mr. Coblev 2. Mary Sloat, Mrs. Josephine Tintera F-irxt Row: Robert Weiss, Mrs. Anna Bossert, Andrew l,6l1 Second Row: Edward Christman, joseph Amomso, William 'l'1'ef'ny, Guy Owens 8 EDWARD CHRISTMAN l"ar:1'ty Football Coach Tcnnir Coach ROBERT WEISS Vanity Barkctball Coach Track Coach JOSEPH AMOROSO Wfrcrtling Coach Ant. Football Coach MRS. ANNA BOSSERT Phyrical Education Girlf Athlctic Club WILLIAM TREFNY j.l'. Baxleetball Coach ANDREW LEH Phyfical Education Health f.V. Football Coach Bareball Coach Faculty flthlctic Manager GUY OWENS Health Drifter Education Ant. j.V. Football Coach I 113 -J Nfsslexj .9- 4 , STUDENTS Q' A A Y X 1 1 f The siudenfs dre The Mafierilmf,-xoy pofe n1'iaI-Ehergy, Q ,V A V V I I fhie rplease oflwhich is 'fhe' 3qieTqnmf4qnd end " 1 ., , -Q: ff.: fa?--1 ' . . . ' Q. .WR -'-g,:',.4ies,1fI'r Qf.Qur.Atomlc Plqnf. , A -WP-.P 'aw Mu DOROTHY M. APPLEGATE Dottie . . . blue-eyed blonde . . . great giggler . . . garrulous general student . . . good dancer . . . likes all sports and homemaking . . . . . . plans a nursing career Dancing Club I, 2,' F. H. A. Club 3,' Knitting Club 1,' Athletic Club 3 DALE R. BARTHOLOMEW Dale . . . quiet general student ., . . enjoys fishing . . . friendly disposition Prom Committee 2,' Stagecraft Club 2, 3,' Sportfmanr Club 2 CONSTANCE E. BOWERS Connie . . . popular college prep student . . . pleasant smile . . . good sense of humor . . . a good Worker . . . interested in art and music . . . ardent school sports fan Prom Committee 2,' Dancing Club lg Illagazine Campaign Mana- ger 3, Affixtant Manager 2,' Glee Club I, 2, 3,' Girl: Enfemble 3 SENIORS ALICE M. ALTEMOSE Alice . . . friendly practical arts student . . . a conscientious Worker . . . curly black hair . . . future uncertain Blue and Wltite Bufineu 2,' Chen Club I,' Dramatic Club I, 2, 3,' F.H.A. Club 3,' Knitting Club 2 RICHARD C. ANGLEMEYER Angles . . . a loquacious general student . . . not partial to school . . . interested in square dancing, hunting, and Hshing Chen Club I EDWARD C. BANNY Ed . . . mischievous general student . . . talkative . . .interested in cars, stagecraft, and art . . . likes fishing . . . service plans Stagecraft 2, 3,' Art: and Craft: Club 3 CARL L. BLEAM Bleamy . . . lively academic student . . . enjoys debating . . . loaded with jokes . . . good at chess . . . likes science and mathematics . . . imaginative . . . college plans Art: and Craft: Club 35 Chex: Club I, 2, 3,' Dancing Club Ig Oratorical Context 2,' Honor Society 3 WARREN J. BOWERS Corky . . . mischievous easy- going chap . . . great chatterbox . . . not particularly fond of school . . . likes the girls . . . band member . . . Army plans Band I, 2, 3,' Cher: Club I, 2, 3,' Dancing Club 1,' Glee Club 2, 3,- Football j.V. If Basketball j.V. 1,' Tennix I ROB ERT F. BOYER Bob . . . friendly general student . . . frequently visits teachers after school . . . enjoys roller skating . . . interested in art . . . future drafts- man Cher: Club I,' Dancing Club Ig Sportrman Club 2,' W1'ertling I, 2, Captain 3 MARY ELLEN BREUER , Mary Ellen . . . practical arts student . . . a chatterbox . . . domestically inclined . . . makes most of her clothes . . . enjoys blaying baseball and basketball L . . future practical nurse , Chen Club 2,' Comet Buriners 3,- Prom Committee 2,' Dancing Club Vg Firrt Aid Club 25 Barleetball I,' lBa,veball I 5 Volleyball I ROBERT A. BURRITSCH Bruno . . . small . . . keen but Edd sense of humor . . . baseball is specialty . . . enjoys bowling and art Prom Comnzittee 2,' Stage Craft 'Y MARIANNE E. Buss Bussie . . . neat practical arts student . . . not partial to school . . . raises pure-bred dogs . . . enjoys 4-H work and dancing . . . future housewife Cher: Club 2g Comet Buriner: 3,' Firrt Aid Club 2 MAE L. BUTZ Mae . . . good sense of humor . . . loquacious general student . . . likes to square dance . . . future secretary .F.H..4. Club 35 Knitting Club 1,3 SENIORS BARBARA A. BRACE Babs . . . possesses deep blue eyes . . . good sense of humor . . . not particularly fond of school . . . avid Dodger fan . . . future nurse Blue and Wh'ite Bufinefr 2, 3,' Danring Club I,' Barleetball I,' Bareball I,' Volleyball I,' Hoeleey I DOROTHY M. BRUCH Dottie . . . loquacious general business student . . . a willing worker . . . vivacious cheerleader . . . known for her peculiar laugh . . . future secretary Blue and White Buriner: 2,' Typirt 35 Cheerleader V. 2, Var- .rity 3,' Dancing Club I,' Knitting Club 2,' Barleetball I,' Bareball I 5 Volleyball I,' Hockey Ig Athletic Club 3 ELWOOD G. Buss, IR. Bussie . . . a mischievous aca- demic student . . . Ensemble mem- ber . . . interested in 4-H club work and cattle raising . . . agri- cultural college plans Color Guard 2,' Dancing Club I,' Student Council I, 3,' Glee Club 2, 3,' Enfemble 35 Football j'.V. I,' Wrertling 2, 3 JAMES V. CAMELINE Jimmy . . . il quiet academic chap . . . interested in animals, school, and band . . . collects records . . . college plans Band I, 2, 3 SYLVIA C. CONDOMITTI Sylvia . . . jet black hair . . . cooperative commercial student . . . four-year band member . . . avid sports fan . . . likes swim- ming and dancing . . . future secretary Band I, 2, 3,' Clan Secretary I, 3,' Prom Committee 2,' Dancing Club 1,' Student Council I, Secre- tary 2, 35 Glee Club 3,' Bafketball I,' Volleyball I ROBERT E. DETWEILER Bob . . . curly headed . . . excellent penman . . . reserved but witty . . . enjoys a lively discussion . . .interested in fishing . . . college plans Comet Editorial 3',' Science Fair Project: I, 25. Student Council 2,' Honor Society 3 LESTER W. DIETER Lester . . . quiet and friendly general student . . . never gets excited or perturbed . . . interested in cars Dancing Club Ig Ham Radio Club 2,' Stagecraft Club 2, 3 DOLORES A. CORTEZ Flossie . . . a friendly general student . . . striking black hair . . . neat dresser . . . avid football fan . . . dance enthusiast . . . future undecided Prom Committee 2,' Firft Aid Club 2,' F.H..4. Club 3 JOSEPH G. DEUTSCH Elvis . . . hard-charging tackle . . . strong wrestler . . . motor scooter enthusiast . . . school a necessary evil . . . troublesome general student . . . Navy plans Sportrman Club 2,' Football Varrity I, 2, 3,' Wrestling I, 3 PATRICIA A. DOYLE Pat . . . friendly commercial student . . . peppy cheerleader captain . . . sports enthusiast . . . enjoys dancing and roller skating . . . conservative dresser . . . future secretary Cheerleader fl". I, Vanity Z, Captain 35 Prom Committee 2,' Senior Play Committee 35 Knitting Club 25 Barketball I SENIORS . . . enjoys all sports . . . fun lo RICHARD R. CASSANO friendly general stun exceptionally short crew . plans to serve Uncle Sam Football f.V. I, Varxity 2, Track 1, 2, 3 ESTHER A. FEHR Esther . . . tall and dark and uiet . . . friendly . . . enjoys wimrning and ice skating . . . ports fan . . . future office worker SENIORS SHIRLEY M. EBERLY Shirley . . . vivacious and attractive . . . enjoys mathematics and chemistry . . . friendly and cheerful disposition . . . future nurse Comet 3,' First Aid Club 2,' Knitting Club I, 2 BEVERLY A. ERVIN Susie . . . quiet academic student . . . band majorette . . . enjoys dancing and sports . . . fond of writing letters . . . future nurse Majorette I, 2, 35 Prom Com- mittee 2,' Dancing Club I,' First Aid Club 2,' F.H..4. Club 2, 3,' Knitting Club 2,' Library Club 35 Athletic Club 3 PAUL R. FEHNEL Fehnel . . . good-looking . . . pleasing smile . . . quiet but friendly . . . active in 4-H work . . . hot rod enthusiast . . . sports fan . . . college plans Prom Committee 2,' Stageeraft Club 2 LARUE L. EBERTS Rudy . . . tall . . . enjoys home- making . . . football fan . . . likes a good argument . . . future nurse First Aid Club 2,' F.H.A. Club I,' Knitting Club 1, 2,' Horleey I JOHN A. FAUST Faustie . . . seemingly quiet but mischievous at times . . . academic student with a lackadaisical atti- tude . . . dependable stagehand Ham Radio Club 2g Stagecraft Club 2, 3,' Shop Club 3 DELBERT R. FEHNEL Fudd . . .loquacious . . .red head . . .has a laugh all his own . . . a trumpeter in the N.A.H.S. Band . . . possesses a pleasing bass voice . . . Navy plans Band I, 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 3g Ensemble 2, 3,' District Chorus 3,' JAMES W. FINKBEINER Finkie . . . always ready to assist in stage productions . . . possesses an amateur radio station . . . a three-year football manager . . . a general school handy man Prom Committee 2,' Ham Radio Club 2,' Science Fair Projects I,' Stageeraft Club I, 2,' Student Council I,' Clee Club 3,' Ensemble 35 Football Manager 1, 2, 35 Bas- ketball Manager I, 2 SENIORS DONALD J. F1scHL Duck . . . friendly general stu- dent . . . always smiling . . . proud possessor of a car . . . hot rod enthusiast . . . not particularly fond of school Sportfman: Club 25 Football f. V. I, Vanity 3g Bareball I, 2 MARGARET L. Fox Peggy . . . humorous academic student . . . co-editor of the Blue and White . . . enjoys ihorseback riding . . . college plans Band I, 2, 35 Blue and White 2, C0-Editor 3: Prom Committee 25 Dancing Club I,' Dramatic Club I, 25 Student Council I, Z, 3,' Baxleet- ball Ig Bafeball Ig Volleyball I,' Hockey I ELIZABETH K. FRANCZAK Betty . . . a friendly general business student . . . enjoys roller skating, dancing, and movies . . . avid auto race fan . . . service plans Craft Club I, 2,' Dancing Club 2 BETTY J. FRITZ Fritzie . . . happy-go-lucky . . . always joking . , . friendly general student . . . enjoys music and dancing Dancing Club I NELSON L. FOGEL Fogel . . .. tall and friendly practical arts student . . . ardent sports fan . . . likes to tinker with cars . . . future mason Bafeletball V. 1,' Track I ROBERT K. GILBERT Gilbert . . . neat dresser . . . a class clown . . . enjoys drag races and basketball . . . likes to dance . . . attracted to girls . . . enjoys heckling . . . college plans Prom Committee 25 Dancing Club If Sportrmanx Club 3,' Student Council 2, 3g Basketball j.If'. I, Varrity 2, 3,' Track I, 3 BENEDICT J. GIUFFRE Ben . . . good-humored academic student . . . flirtatious . . . a hard pulling guard . . . interested in sports . . . college plans Band I, 2, 3,' Prom Committee 25 Science Fair I, 2g Football V. I, Varsity 2, 35 Basketball j.V. I BARBARA L. GROMAN Bobbie . . . slender, dark, and talkative . . . co-editor of the Blue and White . . . not too fond of school . . . enjoys dancing and out door sports . . . future nurse Blue and White Editorial 2, Co-Editor 3,' Prom Committee 25 Senior Play 35 Dramatic Club 2 DOROTHY K. HALTEMAN Dottie . . . quiet commercial student . . . conscientious worker . . . enjoys homemaking . . . future secretary Art: and Craft: Club 3,' Craft Club I, 2,' Comet Typixt 3,' Library Club 2 JOSBPHINB A. HAMMER IO . . . a sociable general business student . . . enjoys dancing and movies . . . rabid football and wrestling fan . . . not too fond of school . . . service plans Art: and crafts Club 3,' Cr1U't Club I, 2 SENIORS ELAINE A. GINDER Elaine . . . friendly general busi- ness student . . . enjoys speedboats, swimming, and ice skating . . proud possessor ofa diamond . . . future housewife Dancing Club 1,' Knitting Club 2,' Library Club 2, 3 JAMES B. GODSHALK Huncher . . . short and witty jokester . . . hot rod enthusiast . . . possesses a customized car . . . not fond of school . . . future cement mill worker Prom Committee 25 Sportnnan: Club 2 DONALD E. HALTBMAN Donald . . . quiet business stu- dent . . . not too fond of school . . . interested in sports . . . future farmer Stagecraft Club I, 2, 3 lJOLORI5S jl. HAl'l'LIL Hops . . . ll gay commercial student . . . always cheerful . . . plays cymbals in the band . . . ardent sports fan . . . likes to dance and swim . . . future secretary Band I, 2, 35 Conzet Layout 1, 2, Editorial 3,' Bareball I,' l'olley- ball I MARION M. HARTZELL Marion . . . quiet practical arts student . . . a good sense of humor . . . enjoys adventure stories . . . future practical nurse Dancing Club I,' First Aid Club 25 F.H.A. Club 3 RICHARD S. HUNT Herbie . . . tallest senior CHSMHD . . . all-round athlete . . . excels in basketball . . . friendly but mis- chievous . . . college plans Clan Vice-President 3,' Stage- eraft Club 35 Student Council 2, 3,' Glee Club 3,' Football Vanity 2, 3,' Baxketball Vanity I, 2, 3,' Bare- ball I, 2, 3 NANCYANN L. JAMES Nancyann . . . 21 dramatic com- mercial student . . . the mothe1'-in- law in "Adam's Eveningl' . . . three-year Band and Glee Club member . . . fond of dancing, sports, and swimming . . . future secretary Band I, 2, 3,' Comet Layout 3,' Prom Committee 25 Senior Play 3,' Dancing Club I,' Knitting Club 2,' Glee Club I, 2, 3,' Enreinble 3,' Baxleetball I,' Baxeball I,' Volley- ball I,' Honor Soeiety 3 ELIZABETH A. HOFER Betty . . . quiet commercial student . . . willing worker . . . conscientious . . . good clarinetist . . . future secretary. Band I, 2, 3g Blue and White Bu.r'ine.rr 2,' Comet Typist 3,' Knit- ting Club I, 2,' Honor Soeiety 3 ROBERT F. HUNT Klunker . . . outstanding in height . . . friendly and courteous . . . easy going . . . likes tennis and swimming . . . enjoys woodworking Stageeraft Club 3,' Sportrmanr Club 2,' Shop Club 3,' Tenni: 2, 3 TERRY R. JOHNSON Terry . . . sports fan extra- ordinary. . . mischievous and quick witted . . . an eye for the girls . . . ardent Milwaukee fan . . . Air Force plans Prom Committee 2,' Sportrnzainv Club 25 Bareball I, 2, 3 SENIORS GERALD R. HAR'rzELI. l-lartzell . . . always joking . . . mischievous . . . interested in cars . . , plans to join the Air Force Band Color Guard 3,' Blue and llflzite Editorial 1, 2, Co-Editor 3 l j SI-IERWOOD S. KNECHT Sherwood . . . taciturn . . nusual sense of humor . . . con cientious worker . . . enjoys Wood vorking . . . fond ofjazz and hill- illy music . . . future carpenter SENIORS JOYCE A. KARCH Karchie . . . mischievous com- mercial student . . . jocular . . . hand majorette . . . enjoys dancing and sports . . . neat dresser . . . future secretary. lllajoretle 2, 3,' Comet Burineff 3: Danring Club l,' .Knitting Club 2: Barleetball If Baxeball 1,' Volley- ball lg Library Club I RICHARD A. KING Kingee . . friendly . . . inter- ested in sports and girls . . . walking sports encyclopedia . . . college plans Comet 3,' Prom Commiltee 2,' SfJ0l'f.fl71lHL.f Club 25 Bareball I, 2, 3 LOUISE A. KLINE Louise. . . a pleasant blonde. .. neat dresser . . . active Student Council member . . . interested in sports . . . enjoys dancing . . future nurse Comet Bufimrx 3,' Clay: Trear- urer 2,' Proin Cornmittef 2: Dancing Club I,' Student Council I, 2. Trmrurer 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3,- Bafkelball I,' Volleyball I JOSEPH C. KARDELIS joe . . . entered N.A.l'l.S. in h senior year . . . black curly hair . . . neat dresser . . . fond of girls . . . enjoys dancing . . . possesses peculiar laugh . . . college plans l"ar.ri1y Bafleetball 3,' I"ar.rity Bareball 3 ROBERT F. KLEINTOP Bob . . . a quiet commercial stu- dent . . . interested in sports . . . not partial to school . . . energeti basketball guard . . . service plans Prom Committee 2: Danring Club l,' Sportfnzanf Club 2,' Baf- leetball V I, Varrify 2, 3 MARIAN A. KNECHT Marian , . . blonde . . . aca- demic honor roll student . . . con- scientious Workcr. . . fond 0 children . . . college plans . . futuret eacher Come! Layout 1, 2, 3,' Editorial 3,' Clar: Ilirtorian 3: Prom Com- mitiee 2,' Oratoriral Canter! 3511011- or Society Serrrtary 3 is a C F JOHN W. KOSTENBADER john . . . active socially . . . tennis and chess player . . . inter- ested in cars and his jeep . . . en- joys woodworking . . . college plans Cher: Club I, 2, 3,' Senior Play 3,' Dancing Club I,' Stagerraft Club 1,' Clee Club 3,' Wrerlling 3,' Tennif 1, 2, 3 i MARY ANN Lssnsn Mary Ann . . . tall and loquac- ious , . . mischievous . . . a willing worker . . . sports fan . . . future teacher Blue and White Bu:ine.r.f 2, 3,' Knitting Club 2, 3,' Barketball Ig Baseball I 5 Volleyball If Hockey Manager Ig Athletic Club 3 ROSALIE M. LOCICERO Rosie . . . quiet practical arts student . . . conscientious worker in homemaking . . . black wavy hair . . . future uncertain Craft Club Ig F.H.A. Club 35 Knitting Club 3 GLORIA I. LONGENBACH Gloria . . . reserved commercial student . . . easy-going . . . not too fond of schoolwork . . . likes sports and horseback riding . . . future nurse Dramatic Club 3,' FILA. Club Z5 Library Club I, 2, 3 SENIORS CAROLYN M. Knfvrz Bubbles . . . an extrovert . . . loquacious . . . enjoys driving . . . proud possessor of attractive blonde hair and blue eyes . . . plans to be an elementary teacher Dancing Club l,' Knitting Club 25 Glee Club I, 2, 3,' Girls Ensemble 35 Bafketball 1,' folleyball I WILMA H. KROBOTH Dimples . . . talkative! . . . blonde commercial student . . . a willing worker . . . fond of popular music and dancing . . . avid football and basketball fan . . . future secretary Dancing Club 1,' Glee Club 3 ROBERT W. LICHNER Chink . . . a husky academic student . . . Phillies fan . . . mis- chievous and flirtatious . . . bas- ketball manager. . . college plans Comet Art 3,' Prom Committee 2,- Sportrman: Club 2,' Student Couneil I,' Football f.V. 1, Vanity 2, 3,' Basketball Manager I, 2, 3 JOHN A. LOHN Jake . . . a mischievous genera student . . . not partial to schoo . . . enjoys all sports . . . servic plans Dancing Club l,' Spormnan Club 2 HARRIET A. LYNN Harriet . . . general busines student. . . slender . . . dark haire . . . reticent . . .enjoys homemakin . . . future uncertain Craft Club 2,' Firft Aid Club Knitting Club 35 Stage Cra Club 3 LARRY W, lVlAClJONAI.D Mac . . . quiet and friendly student . . . interested in cars . . good sense of humor . . . pleasant . . . service plans Chess Club 1,' Dancing Club l PAULINE L. MARSH Polly . . . friendly practical arts tudent . . . good sense of humor . . . not too fond of school . . njoys arguing . . . future house- ife F.II.A. Club 3,' Library Club 1, 2 Club 3 SEANN MESSENLEHNER osie . . . tiny, cute, and talka- . . . neat dresser . . . full of . pleasing smile . . . fond dancing and sports . . . occasion- on the honor roll . . . future Blue and White Typist 2,' Comet 3,' Prom Conmzittee 25 Club l,' Knitting Club 2,' KAY A. MICHAEL Kay . . . cheerful academic stu- dent . . . industrious worker . . . head majorette . , . likes to dance . . . future nurse Band Majorette I, 2, 3,' Class Secretary 2, Treasurer 3,' Prom Committee 2,' Dancing Club l,' First Aid Club 25 Student Council I, 2, 3,' Glee Club 3,' Basketball I MARGARET MILTENBERGER Margie. . . quiet general student ...blonde hair ...a willing worker . . . enjoys sewing and cooking . . . future typist Dancing Club l,' First Aid Club 2,' F.ll.A. Club 3 SENIORS TERRY L. MALE Mousie . . . a small but energetic general business student . . . inter- ested in school and the band . . . college plans Band I, 2, 35 Blue and White Typist 2,' Chess Club 1,' Senior Play 35 Dramatic 2, 3 JEANETTE A. MERLO Gumba . . . short . . . jet-black hair . . . facetious and witty . . . frequently on the honor roll . . . craves Italian food . . . future nurse Blue and White Editorial 2, Co- Editor 3,' Prom Committee 2g Dancing Club Ig Dramatic Club 2,' Knitting Club I,' Oratorical Con- test I SHERMAN P. METZGAIR Sherman . . . a friendly and loquacious academic student . . . interested in sports and reading . . . college plans Chess 1, 2, 3,' Football Varsity 2, 3,' Track 2, 3 EMERICK C. NAGY Lukes . . . happy-go-lucky . . . dark and Witty . . . academic stu- dent . . . mischievous . . . sports fan . . . doesnlt overwork . . . not fond of school . . . Air Force plans Shop Club 2,' Football I WILLIAM G. NOBLE Billy . . . playful and lively . . . likes sports . . . fond of reporting STEPHEN J. OSWALD Stevie . . . commercial student . . . pestiferous . . . frequently for teachers . . . Air Force plans absent . . . not particularly fond of Chef: I, 2, 3,' Wrertling 2 ARLEN D. POYER Arlen . . . long brown hair . . . mischievous . . . attends all social activities . . . likes popular and jazz music . . . interested in most sports . . . plans a service career Band I, 2,' Blue and Wh-ite Typixt 2, Bufinefx 3,' Dane-ing Club I,' Knitting Club 2, 3,' Library Club I, 2, 3,' Basketball I,' Bareball 1,' Volleyball I,' Athletic Club 3 NANCY L. RUNDLE Rundle . . . a tall and quiet general student . . . easy going and friendly . . . Hower gardening her hobby . . . service plans Artr and Craft Club 25 Stagerraft Club 2, 3,' Athletic Club 3,' Library Club 3 school . . . likes dramatics Dramatic Club I, 2, 3,' Senior Play 3 EVELYN A. RENNER livelyn . . . quiet . . . likes to drive . . . enjoys dancing and watching television . . . ardent football and basketball fan Craft Club 2, 3,' Blue and Wlti'te Typift 3,' Library Club 2 PATRICIA A. SCHLEICHER Pat . . . friendly secretarial stu- dent . . . peppy majorette . . . enjoys swimming and reading . . . good sense of humor . . . future secretary Band Majorette 2, 3,' Blue and White Typixt 2,' Dancing Club I,' Knitting Club 2, 3,' Baxleetball If Bafeball 1,' Volleyball Ig Library Club I, 2, 3,' Athletir Club 3 SENIORS IOANNE P. NISSLEY Joanne . . . high honor stu artistically inclined . . operative and studious . . . a go-getter . . . live year Band rr ber . . . college plans Band 1, 2, 3,' Comet Art Prom Committee 2,' Knitting 2,' Baflaetball I,' Volleyball I,' H Society 35 Clee Club I, 2,- 3 MYRON H. SHAFER Myron . . . short and dark . . . nterested in agricultural work . . . elights in tinkering with cars . . . ot too enthusiastic about school- ork . . . future farmer SENIORS DOLORES J. SCI-IMOYER Delores . . . friendly general student . . . lively cheerleader . . . possesses a laugh all her own . . . sports fan . . . future nurse. Cheerleader j.l". 2, Varsity 3,' Daneing Club l,' F.H.A. Club 25 Clee Club 3 ERIC T. SCHRAMM Eric . . . short and stocky . . . dark haired . . . neat dresser . . . interested in cars . . . likes hunting and fishing . . . service plans Chef: Club I,' Daneing Club If Wrestling 2 BARBARA A. SEAROCK Barbara . . . spirited business student . . . Hashes a pleasant smile . . . enjoys dancing to "rock and roll" music. . . not particularly fond ofschool Glee Club 3 JoYcE H. SCHOENEBERGER Joyce . . . conscientious com- mercial student . . . partial to roller skating and dancing . . . spo1'ts enthusiast . . . future secretary Arte and Craftr Club 2,' Comet Typift 3,' Dancing Club I,' Dramatic Club 2,' Magazine Campaign Mana- ger 3, .4.t.ti:tant Manager 25 Ba:- leetball I,' Bafeball I,' Volleyball 1,- Library Club I, 3,' Athletic Club 3 WILLIAM R. ScoTT Scotty . . . tall and good-looking . . . high honor roll student . . . enjoys science and math . . . en- thusiastic tennis fan . . . lead in "Adam's Evening" . . . college plans Chex: I, 3, Captain 2,' Comet Editor 3,' Senior Play Committee 2,' Senior Play 3,' Science Fair Pro- jeet: I, 25 Student Council 3,' Glee Club 2,' Wrextling 2, 3g Tennif I, 2, 3,- Honor Society Prefident 3 ROBERT C. SERFASS Seri . . . fun-loving academic student . . . an outstanding all- round athlete . . . a pleasing personality . . . neat dresser . . . future undecided Comet 3,' Clay: V ice Prexident 1, 2,' Prom Committee 2,' Sportsman: Club 2,' Student Council 1, 2, Vice Prefirlent 3,' Football f. V. I, Vanity 2, 3,' Baflaetball V. I, Vanity 2, 35 Track I, 2, 3 JUNE A. SIMONS June . . . friendly general stu- dent . . . enjoys singing and danc- ing . . . not too fond of school . . . future undecided F.II.A. Club 2, 3,' Senior Play 3,' Glee Club 3,' Bafketball I not too fond of school service Dancing Club I Hain Radio Runner: 3 Baxeball I Bafleetball SENIORS MARYANN P. SKRAPITS Maryann . . . loquacious aca- demic student . , . dance enthusiast . . . enjoys swimming and skating . . . a spirited sports fan . . . future nurse Cheerleader f.V. I, Captain 2, Vanity .3',' Dancing Club I,' Dra- matit Club I, 2,' Glee Club 3: Basketball I GAIL K. SLEEMAN Gail . . . enjoys dancing and sports . . . high-stepping majorette . . . witty practical arts student . . . future beautician Band Majorezte I, 2, 3,' Comet Bufinexf 3,' F.H.A. Club 2,' Prom Committee 2 YS wiigr an e . ,ES .wa-.2 g gr 1Ttfl'i'li5 2 secretarial student mtere in dancing, swimmmg, and scl I Ixnztting Club I Student Cou 2, 3 dent keen sense of humor ardent sports fan hot rod thusiast willing and cap wot er neat dresser coll plans 2 Sportfmanx Club 2 Glee Club Baseball 2 3 ELIZABETH A. TANHAUSER Betty . . . friendly academic student . . . good pianist . . .enjoys football and wrestling matches . . . Dodger fan . . . future nurse Craft Club 1, 2,' Comet 35 First Aid Club 2,' Knitting Club I, 2,' Oratorieal Context I, 2, 3,' llonor Society 3 THELMA S. TRANSUE Thelma . . . quiet. . .a practical arts student . . . enjoys reading . . . interested in homemaking . . . future housewife Blue and White Typirt 2,' Dra- matic Club 3,' F.1l.A. Club 35 Library Club I, 2 MARIAN VIGLIONE Birdie . . . loquacious . . . zesty and witty personality . . . attacks things with vim and vigor . . . secretarial plans Blue and Whiite lg Cheri Club 2, 3,' Comet 3,' Dancing Club lg Barketball l,' 14tl1let1'rClub 3,' Honor Society 3 ,.i DOLORES A. WAMBOLD Dolly . . . practical arts student . . . winning smile . . . an independ- ent worker . . . enjoys knitting and crocheting . . . future art teacher Cheerleader Z,' Knitting Club I, 25 Glee Club I, 3,' Barketball Ig Baxeball l,' Volleyball lg Ilorleey I,' Athletic Club 3,' Honor Society 3 JOANNE K. WEAVER Joanne . . . a quiet general business student . . . not too fond of school . . . football fan . enjoys roller skating SENIORS FRANK H. TRACH Trachy . . . trim crew-cut . . . quiet but mischievous . . . enjoys tinkering with cars . . . not attracted to school . . . future businessman MARY ANN TRIPP Trippie. . .slim vivacious blonde . . . wavy hair . . . swims, skates, rides horseback, and plays an excellent game of tennis . . . good sense of humor . . . interested in dramatics . . . college plans Chen Club 25 Comet Editorial 3,' Dancing Club 1,' Dramatie Club 2, 35 Glee Club Ig Senior Play 3,- Baxketball I 5 Bareball Manager 1,- Volleyball If Athletic Club 3 ELDA MAE WAGNER Elda Mae . . . friendly . . . three-year Band member . . . wavy hair . . . agreeable disposition . . . enjoys ofiice practice Band I, 2, 3,' Comet Typift 35 Prom Committee 2,' F.H.A. Club 25 Knitting Club I, 2,' Glee Club 3,' Bayketball 1,' Volleyball I ETUDITH E. WELTY Judy . . . :I witty commercial student . . . enjoys shorthand and bookkeeping . . . fond of reading and driving . . interested in 4-H work . . . future secretary Band 1, 2, 3,' Blue and Whz'te Typi5t 2, 3,' Dancing Club I,' Magazine Publicity Chairman 3,' Library Club 2,' Bareball I NANCY L. WIGGINS Nancy . . . petite . . . friendly college prep student . . . Blue and White Co-editor . . . likes to dance . . . sports fan . . . future nurse Blue and Wltite Editorial 2, Co- Editor 3,' Senior Play Committee 3,' Dancing Club I,' Dramatic Club 2 JOHN J. WOODWARD Woody . . . an active Student Council president . . . popular . . . enjoys singing and dancing . . . possesses a sense of responsibility . . . all-round athlete . . . Air Force plans Clan' Prefident I, 2, 3,' Prom Committee 2,' Senior Play Com- mittee 2,' Spoztrmans Club 2,' Oratorical Conteft 2,' Student Coun- cil I, President 2, 3,' Glee Club 2, 3,' Enremble 3,' Football f.V. I, Van- ity 2, 3,' Bafketball lf, 1, l'a'r.tity 2, 3,' Bafeball I, 2, 3 MARIE A. WILSON Wilson . . . loquacious general student . . . avid reader. . . athlet- ically inclined . . . habitual day dreamer.. . school's not her dish . .. likes to drive.. .future undecided Cheer 2, 3,' Comet Typlft 3,' Baxleetball I,' Bareball I,' Volleyball I,' Hocleey I,' Athletic Club 3,' Honor Society 3 RICHARD C. YANDRESI'I'Z Yandy . . . curly hair . . . agree- able disposition . . . happy-go- lucky general student . . . power- fully built.. .hard driving fullback . . . future cement mill worker Football Varrity I, 2, 35 flrt. and Craft! Club I SANDRA L. YOUNG Sandy . . . dark curly hair . . . enjoys roller skating . . . not addicted to school . . . avid Elvis Presley fan . . . enjoys sports . . . future secretary Craft Club I,' Blue and White Typift 2, 3,' Baxleetball I,' Bareball If Volleyball I SENIORS 24 FRANKLIN D. WHITEMAN lvalt . . . quick pass-catching end . . . mischievous prankster. . . ardent Dodger fan . . . hot rod enthusiast . . . enjoys swimming . . . not particularly fond of school . . . Air Force plans Band I,' Comet 3,' Prom Com- mittee 2,' Sportsmanr Club 2,' Stu- dent Council I, 2, 35 Football V. I, l"ar:ity 2, 3,' Baxleetball I". I, Varfity 3,' Track 3 Seniors Are Acfive in fhe Plonf SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Prefidenr ...............,,.,,....,..... .101-IN Wooowfuin Vicf President .,,. ...,.... R ICHARD HUNT Sfcretary ....... .... ..., ..,. S Y L VIA CoNuoMI'r'rI Treasurer .....,......,.,.........,.,...... KAY MICHAEL 117-,Yl0l'iLZ'P'L ..,,..,,.,.......,............. MARIAN KNECHT Advisers .,.... MRS. VIRGINIA GRAVER, MRs. MILDREIJ METZ ANDREW BROCK OFFICE VISITATION PROGRAM Sponsored by the Second National Bank of Nazareth, the Nazareth National Bank and Trust Company, the Lone Star Cement Company, the Penn-Dixie Cement Corporation, the Nazareth Cement Company, the office visitation program affords students ofthe Office Practice classes an opportunity to visit a typical ofIice of the area and to become acquainted with office procedures and the various types of machines used in a modern oHice. Connie Bowers. Alice Altemose, Carol Frace, and Kay Michael check on the next assembly program. Between classes thirsty seniors pause for a refreshing drink. 3. Escorted by Mr. john lVlcDaniels, five ofhce practice students leave lor lunch and an oflice visitation at Penn Dixie Cement Corporation. Seated: Marian Knecht, Richard Hunt, ,lack Vlfoodward, Sylvia Conzlomitti, Kav Michael I I D Si'n11rIing.' Mr. Brock, Nlrs. Nlerz. and Mrs. Gravcr-- nrIc'ifrr.f Firrt Row: Eileen Altemose, Joyce Bickert, Catherine Danner, Lillian Bauer, Brenda Borger, Dorothy Boltz Second Row: Lorraine Buzas, Dolores Buskirk, John Bauer, Labert Altemose, Judy Byrnes, Dale Butz, Salvatore Calandra, Susan Beitel, Susan Bolognia Third Row: lfva Bender, Margaret Bauer, Charles Arndt, Lawrence Deutsch, Janet Clift, Kay Brong, Marie DeLuca Junior I Firft Nancy Hamel, Sally Hartman, Florence Hofer, Ruth Haffling, Theresa Fassl, Mary Ann Doyle Second Row: Richard Frace, James Gostony, Ernest Fehnel, Roy Frack, Tyrone Eberts, Ralph Engler, Gerald .Graf, David Hendershot, Glenn Hertzog Third Row: Thelma Gower, Peter Ferretti, George Hcrceg, Richard Finfalt, John Ferretti, Harry Farnack, Violet Dieter 26 Class Johnson, Slahdra Jones, Nancy Kindr, Betty Hoffman H V V V ' V of 1 H Fir:t'Rpw: Robert Recker, Victoria Newhard, Virginia Lee Monprode, Paula Reber, Ruth McGonigle, Donald Phillips Second Row: janet Marsh, Robert Pritchard, Charles Minnich, Larry Mengel, Blaine Mengel, Edward Pflugler, Orthia Reilly Third Row: Marilyn Myers, Arthur Miller, Shirley Magditch 27 Junior Class Firxt Row: Gloria Ann Strobl, Shirley Renner, Judith Smith, Florence Stampf, Lina Roth, Grace Sandt Secoml Row: lVlarga1'et Stark, Gary Schleicher, Charles Schaaclt, Conrad Shimer, Leon Rinehart, Joseph Stahl, Albert Richards, Charles Roth, John Schlegel, Charles Scoho Third Row: Beverly Smith, Harriet Stofflet, Edith Rundle, Patricia Rinker, Annette Schwartz, Josephine Sinek, Cecelia Snyder, Carol Rulolf, Judith Reimer Fir-.ft Row: Barbara Unger, Hilda Young, Alice Trinkley, Judith VVagner, Joyce von Steuben, Jeanette Toth Serond Row: Arthur '1fob,.Ba.rbara Tintera, Jacob Wiersma, William Tanzosh, Barry Woolbert, Edward Timar, Patty Toth, Janet Wilken, Qolores Tavianini Third Row: Robert Transue, Tl8Lll,!iWC1'lCllClSCl', Kenneth Zellner, Robert Unangst, Larry Walters, David Yost, Herbert Wise. Robert Thompson, Edward Tintera 28 Underclossmen Are Acfive in Plonf SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Prefidmzt ................. ROBERT KOS'YENBADER Vice Prexfdent .... ....... R ONALD BITTNER Trzafurez' ..... ...... C ARL KREIN Serremry .... ...,. . ANN L12oPo1,n While lVlrs..'l'intera gives Betty Franczak her hearing test! Arthur Scola and Esther Fehr awalt their turns. Robert Kostenlmtlu Ann Leopold, Ronald Bittner, Krein, lVlrs. Bleilerfdzivirfr SOPI-IOMOR Ii CLASS OFFICERS Seaiefl: Beverly Smith, Paula Reber, Herceg, Arthur Miller JUNIQR CLASS OFFICERS Sf!171fZI,lZg.' Before the Christmas holidays, Mrs. lVlcGonigle's First-year German students sing Christmas Carols in the halls. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS I'1-eririczzf ........,.,..,,...... ARTHUR IVIILLIQR l'1'1:e Pr-efidmf .... .,.,. G EORGE Hnkcncs Trfarurer ..,.. ...... P AULA REBER Sm-fmry .,.. ,..... B EVERLY SMITH Advifer. , . .... ROBERT REICHARD Sophomore F-1'r.rt Row: Carol Altemose, Priscilla Diclovitz, Helen Clift, Anne Heck, Faith Bauer, Wzrnclzi Baker, Elaine Butz, Audrey Doyle, Carol DeGarmo Second Row: Esther Buss, Gail Brown, Dale Boyer, Samuel Darrohn, Betty Drosnock, ,lane Christman, Clarence Baker, Robert Amy, Sandra Browne Third Row: Carla Dinstcl, Robert Bartholomew, Eugene Berger, joseph Brohston, Nelson Alpaugh, 'lihomas Buss, -lohn Donello, lVilliam Crouse, Ronald Bittner, Martin Cortez, Michael Bill Firfl Row: Dolores Frey, Amy Ferraro, Joan Fries, Mary Garren, Joan Fogel, Janet Flick, Elaine Eberts, Gloria Garren Serond Row: Gerald Eckhart, Ronald Edelman, Richard Frey, Loretta Garger, Carol Gabert, Sylvia Feller, Barry Fritchman, Morris Ginder, Richard Getz Tlgqd Ifow: Herman Fischl, Preston Ervin, Harold Frace, John Fraunfelder, Elwood liyer, James Flick, Arnold Einfalt, Jerry an ' 30 Class r r Firft Row: Martha Moosch, Wancla Kressley, Joyce Powell, Rita Nlatyas, Uoris n,auuen.,..e... .... Male, Shirley Kroclc, Pauline Kowalchuk Second Row: Roseann Paukovirs, Diane Pirher, Arthur Nletzgar, Marilyn Morgan, Richard Mahorsky, Virginia Phillips. Betty Marth, Charles Merlo, Ann Leopold Third Row: Richard Moser. William Kraemer, Bernard Molnar, Anthony Male, Paul Nolf, Richard Miller, Carl Krein, VValfei H 'l ' 'Rb'rPfluler Mctzgzrr, lhomas O Sullivan, hlosmph l,oprcstr, o er g . ,Mr , ..a...a,....wm-.sum F-irft Row: Florence Hedgecock, Laurie Konris, Nlaryann Groller, Shari Kellow, ray rrensnne, mae ..e....-., 4 Alfreda Hacll Second Row: Dennis Grube, Larry Knechr, Carol Herd, Ellen Kelchner, Judy Kachline, ,loan Henry, Barbara Jurasirs, Kermit Kemmerer, Thomas Kidd Third Row: Richard Keglovitz, Janet Gossler, Todd Jones, Willie Green, Richard Kostenbader, David Kindt, Ronald Gori, ' ' A ' R ld H user, Barbara Hawk, Ronald Kessler Robert Kostenbader, Roger Guliclr, Robert HartLell, ona o 31 Sophomore Closs Firni Row: Norlaine Roberts, Beverly Shafer, Bernice Smith, Patricia Sensenbach, Kay Shafer, Carol Reichard, Carol Roth Szromi Row: joseph Smith, Carl Smith, Robert Rumsey, Paul Schuch, Donna Sandt, Donald Reppert, Virgil Remaly, Ray Sandt, Conrad Rice Third Row: Joyce Schultz, Kenneth Saltern, Bruce Schmidt, Leonard Roth, Charles Rhoades, Thomas Sleemzm, John Seyer, Donald Ressler, Melvin Rinker, Charles Sleeman, Arthur Scola, Carolyn Seyfried, Loraine Schoeneberger Firft Row: Millicent Weiss, Brenda Werner, Nancy Wilson, Marlene Teada, Mary Ann Wukovitz, Angela Zingone, Washko, LaRue VVerkheiser Second Row: John Viglione, Carol Wynne, Gloria Temos, Nancy Trach, Janet Vosper, Susan Thomas, Carol Wunderly, Unangst, Betty Zaleski Tlzirrl Row: Robert Topping, Henry Yeska, joseph Steltzman, David VVambold, Gerald Zimitz, Marvin Smoyer, Lee Tod Maryellen Smith. Robert Thomas, David VVerkheiser, VValter Zurowski, Sandra Van Horn 32 - 4 Pi ' .1 g.. ci Nis.-.ri eq CURRICULUM K , . ln our Atomic Plan? The curriculum becomes The means " " - . B? . --., through which the Production Staff develops and e ' "R" A-'releases the-,potential energy from The Rcgw Material. U. ,ji f, V' ' ' . , . -, . .. - - ' 1-YYY -"' a cha-an .QTBIZICHQI1 'by means out Which- The - ,'.l5l'.giJg,fig. 'nfl H' x filiqk your ond. fog own , ideqg, I it A A Sociol Science Deporfmenf Because 1956 was a presidential election year, the Social Science Department sponsored Demo- cratic and Republican campaign rallies as assembly programs. Speeches, band music, skits, and parades were featured during each political rally. In planning and carrying out these rallies, stu- dents became acquainted with the campaign issues s Speaking for the Republican party, Arthur Miller zirouses the student body. Representing the Democratic presidential nominee, Labert Altemose gains support for his party. During the Democratic rally, social studies students put on a skit. ponsors Mock Election A banner parade stimulates student political interest during assembly. and learned good election citizenship. Representing the Republican Presidential candidate was Arthur Miller, vice presidential candidate, James Fink- beinerg and the Party Chairman, Benedict Guilfre. H Representing the Democratic Candidates were Labert Altemose, President, Donald Phillips, vice President, and William Clewell, Party Chairman. As part of the campaign, Democratic and Republican floats were entered in the Nazareth Halloween Parade on October 30. A mock election, in which the students and faculty voted for their favorite candidates, was held on October 30, with President Eisenhower winning by a substantial vote. l ,, 1. ,m...,- ... .......-.V---1-.--1. -,mtv 1,- As part ofthe Halloween Parade, students campaign aboard the Republican float. Languages Help Sludenls At the present time Nazareth Area Senior High School has four courses of studye- College Preparatory, Secretarial, General Business, and Practical Arts. For a diploma twelve units of Work plus one and one-Hfth units in Physical Education and Hygiene are required. The College Preparatory course meets the prerequisites of Liberal Arts colleges. 1. 'llo make The lllerchant of Ven-iff more realistic, Mr. Harding and his students act out the court room scene. 2. -lunior English students work industriously on an verbal test. Working wirli a senior English class. Miss Sloat and Miss Bordner assist students in Ending material in library reference books. lnferpref and Undersfond Life The Secretarial course provides the neces- The General Business course provides com- sary preparation for the many stenographic mercial training in preparation for work in and office positions available. retailing, selling, and related fields. 4. For the Latin II class Nancy Trach traces the derivatives ofthe verb video on her derivative tree. 5. Beginning German students practice the correct pronunciation of the umlauted vowel in Sprichworter 37 fomic Producfion Crew s A E 38 I 1 Procficcl Arfs In addition to the work with tools, shpp students are given lectures per- taining to various phases of mclustrlal arts. At the craft table, Miss Clute instructs art students ln metal work and enamelmg. Under the guidance of Miss Clute students draw peneil. sketches of scenes around the building. Develop Tolenfs The Practical Arts course pro- vides a general training for those students who wish to seek im- mediate employment in industry. In addition to the regular courses, electives in Art, Home- making, Shop, and Music are available. 4. As Mr. Brock looks on, Joe Deutsch operates the circular saw. 5. To learn the fundamentals of food preserva- tion, the students prepare fruits for freezing. 6. ln canning, Miss Everitt's homemaking stu- dents learn a second method ol preserving foods. Bus iness Training Prepares for Posifions 1. Under the supervision of Mrs. Metz, business students review the bookkeeping cycle. 2. Office practice girls learn the use of machines found in various oflices. 3. While Mrs. Kolessar observes, First year students practice the fundamentals of typing. Guidance Channels Student Energy 1. At a home economics con- ference Miss Elizabeth Rother- mol of Metropolitan Edison Company explains to the girls the future in home economics. 2. After the engineering con- ference, the representatives from the Lehigh Valley Engineers Club discuss future occupations with boys interested in En- gineering. 3. As part of the program of helping students plan their future, Mr. Reichard explains the Kuder Preference test to Donald Fischl. 4. Participating in the National Merit Scholarships Examina- tion, students labor over the test. GUIDANCE In order to assist students in solving personal, educational, and vocational problems, Mr. Robert B. Reichard, Guidance Counselor, has developed a long-range guidance program. Through career conferences, personal interviews, and appropriate tests the Guidance Department, assisted by the faculty, helps the students of our high school to evaluate themselves in terms of their interests and abilities. 942 2 H, Xggifgfh 2 A . ..,x . .lvl ka. 1 ,'. h I ,t-. n ACTIVITIES N- .S ,gb Ya F' - X 5. . ut-Q F. ' M. "5-x A. -gf H+ 4 . , x, 'iff ff M, - - . w " -"fl . ' il The various' achvitieff clu us, -and-s orfs confmue theuchuln A ff , I 4. Vu., , , ,, . . .. -. I -' - -1-1:15 ' . - ', 'j .. lf, reagticm Aseyup by fhg ci13fljiacmiIym.gf,oq.fheAudevelcspmergf H Q ,fmd .release of energy frbm.'therR5J5p1i1Vsa!ernaI. 1 . .-Ah , - . ., .,, .-e K'l- - .- ...H+ X. Afomic Plonf Glee Club Presenfs Spring Concerf Labert Altemose, Asher Kahler, Elwood Buss, james Finkbeiner, Delbert Fehnel, John Woodward, Conrad Shimer, Arthur Miller, and Edward Tintera-accompanist. MINSTREL GROUP Featuring the various types of American Music ff religious, folk, humorous, and patriotic -the Glee Club presented America Speak: Through Song on March 23, 1957. Besides the Glee Club selections the Girls' Chorus sang Happy Alf Can By, Boys' Chorus, In My Armfg Choral Ensemble, Louif- iana Hayride and Country Style, and the Minstrels, Polly Wolly Doodle and Li'l Liza fame. Delbert Fehnel and Nancyann James-Joloixtf Firrl Row: VVilma Kroboth, JoAnne Keller, Robert Thompson, Arthur Miller, Mr. Schlegel, director Second Row: Lina Roth, Nancy Lee, Judith Reimer, Susan Bolognia, Stephen Moosch, Albert Fry, William Kraemer, james Flick Third Row: Marjorie Arcluini, June Simons, Janet Clift. Jeanette Toth, Nancy Kindt, Elda Mae Wagner, Carol Roth, Anne Beck, Charles Rhoades, Roy Frack, Vincent Luburich, Joseph Rizza Fourth Row: Amy Ferraro, Marilyn Myers, Ellen Kelchner, Carol Ruloff, Caroline King, Harriet Stoflclet, Carolyn Kratz, Sandra Frey, Louise Kline, Nancyann James, Dolores Wambold, Carla Dinstel, Patty Toth, Ronald Houser, Conrad Shimer, Nelson Alpaugh 46 GLEE Firfi Row: Asher Kahler. Carolyn Kratz. Arthur Miller, Nancyann james, Labert Sfco11dR020.' Altemose,Patty Toth, Judith Reimer, Paula Reber, Constance Bowers, Judith Byrnes, Cecelia Snyder, Carol Frace Third Row: Edward Tintera, Elwood Buss, James Finkbeiner, Delbert Fehnel, john VVoodward, Conrad Shimer Accom- pa1riJt.f: Lina Roth, Susan Beitel SQUARE DAN CE GROUP Edward Tintera played Gershwin Preludes as a piano solog lien Giuiifre, Herman Fischl, and .lerome Schwartz - a trumpet trio, Awlzerica the Bwutifzzl. Mr. Floyd Schlegel directed the performance. Carol Frace and Conrad Shimer- .roloirfr Fifi! Row: Gary Schleicher, Arthur Metzgar, Roseann Nlessenlehner, Carol Altemose Sfrond Row: Robert Pritchard. Asher Kahler, LU Labert Altemose, Richard Frey, Marilyn Morgan, Delores Schmoyer, Carol Frace, Millicent Weiss Third Row: William Clewell, Elwood Buss, James Finkbeiner, Edward Tintera, Henry Schlegel, Clarence Baker, Susan Beitel, Jane Christman, Constance Bowers, Judith Byrnes, Patricia Rinker, Carol Herd, Cecelia Snyder Fourth Row: Richard Hunt, Delbert Fehnel, John Woodward, Warren Bowers, john Kostenbader, Ronald Bittner, Richard Miller, Thomas O'Sullivan, Joseph Stahl, Paula Kline, Sylvia Condomitti, Barbara Searock, Marie DeLuca, Betty Hoffman, Janet Kocher, Kay Michael, Paula Reber B 47 Sitting: Cecelia Snyder, Lina Roth, Carol Frace Standing: Labert Altemose, Delbert Fehnel DISTRICT CHORUS Chosen to participate in the District Chorus held at St. Clair, Pennsylvania, on January 11 and 12, were Delbert Fehnel, Labert Altemose, Cecelia Snyder, Lina Roth, and Carol Frace. Plonf Encourages Delbert Fehnel prepares for State Chorus. STATE CHORUS Besides participating in District Chorus, Delbert Fehnel had the honor of representing our school in State Chorus held on February l and 2, at Washington, Pennsylvania. Albert Fry rehearses for State Band. Lina Roth, Annette Schwartz, Patty Toth, Albert Fry STATE BAND DISTRICT BAND Representing our school in the Lina Roth, Patty Toth, Annette Schwartz, State Band Festival at Shamokin and Albert Fry represented Nazareth Senior on March 14, 15, and 16, was High School at the District Band Festival held Albert Fry, a sophomore. on February 15 and 16 at Hamburg, Penna. Musical Slcill During the school year the Mixed En- semble sang at both the Christmas and Spring Concerts and at Open House. Besides these engagements they entertained the Stockertown Lions Club, the Business and Professional Women's Club, the Eastern Star Lodge, and the Reformed Church at Tatamy. The Girls Ensemble performed at the YMCA for the Quota Club. GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Preriflenr .,.,......,..,........., DELBERT FEHNEL l'z'cf Pmvident ..... ..,.. l ,ABERT ALTEMOSH Secretary ..,,... ,.,.., C oNs'rANcE BOWERS Trmfurer ..... . . ............... NANCYANN JAMES Librarianr . ..,.,.....,. PATTY 'll0TH, PAT RINKER. EDWARD l1N'risRA, RICHARD HUNT Siftingr Constance Bowers, Nancyann James, Patricia Rinker Standing: Edward Tintera, Richard Hunt, Delbert Fehnel, Labert Altemose, Patty Toth Qabsentj Participating in the Glee Club Christmas Program, the Mixed Ensemble sings "Winter Wonderland." 49 Nazareth Area Bond Enferfoms Sitting: Lina Roth, Patty Toth, Dorothy Silfies Standing Herman Fischl, Robert Pritchard, Mr. Weinl1ofe1', Albert Fry, Robert Fehr Featured as soloists at the annual Spring Concert on May 2 and 3, Herman Fischl played the comet solo, Starr in a Velwzy Sky by Clark, Albert Fry, an alto saxaphone solo, Beautiful Colorado by DeLuca5 and Edward Tintera, a piano solo, Rhapfody in Blue by Gershwin. A flute trio, consisting of Cecelia Snyder, Barbara Tintera, and Judith WHgHC1', presented the selection, Flute Cocktail by Simoene. Two other selections used were Idealir rllarch and Blue Eagle Band illarch, Mr. Weinhofer's own compositions. CLARxNE'rs James Cameline Sylvia Condomitti Theresa Fassl Sandra Geake Alfreda Hadl Carol Hofer Elizabeth Hofer Nancyann James Ellen Kelchner Carole Lichner Shirley Magditch Betty Marth Rita Matyas Kathleen Mitman Joanne Nissley Roseann Paukovits Angelo Rampulla Ronee Roth Annette Schwartz Patty Toth Geraldine Unangst Millicent Weiss Judith Welty Betty Zaleski SAXOPHONES Delbert Cressman Anthony Ferraro Margaret Fox Albert Frey Elda Mae Wagner BAR1'roN E HORN Robert Pritchard PERCUSSION Lorraine Buzas Dolores Happel Glenn Hertzog Ronald Kessler Barbara Kurtz Terry Male Bernard Molnar Lina Roth Joyce von Steuben Carol Vogel Janet Wilken CORNETS AND TRUMPETS Dominic Condomitti Delbert Fehnel Robert Fehr Herman Fischl Leo Fischl Benedict Giullfre Shari Kellow Edward Messenlehner Jerome Schwartz T and Peps Up Plonf BAND OFFICERS Dirfrlor ....... . Sfuzlent Directory, . . Quarter Ql1!l.l'f1?l'J'. . , . Serrefary ,...... Trezuzcrer. . , Libfliflldll. . . Furras AND Piccoros Kay Brong Janet Kern Constance Lahr Cecelia Snyder Margaret Stark Barbara Tintera Judith Wagner Doreen Yeakel ROMBONES VVarren Bowers John Fraunlelder David Hendershot Grace Sandt l.arry l,. Slutter lfclward 'lwinterzi Robert 'l'hompson FRENCH HoRNs Dorothy Sillies John Sclilegel MR. AUGUSTIN E XVIZINHOFER .ROBERT PRITCHARD, HERMAN Flsci-il. .......AL1sER1' FREY, Ro1ssR'r Fiznu ,....,.,,..DORO'I'HY SILFIHS ......l,INA Ro'rH . . .l,A'l"I'Y TOTI-I MAJOIK li'I"I'IiS Judith Byrnes Beverly lfrvin JoAnn Johnson Judith Jones Joyce Karch Joanne Kester Nancy Kindt Kay Michael Virginia Lee Monprode Gloria Rina LaRue Sanclt Patricia Schleiclier Barbara Seip Judith Shankweiler Gail Sleeman Dolores 'llavianini Jeanette Toth COLOR GUARDS Dale Butz Gerald Harrzell Albert Richards William 'llanzosh Public Enjoys Demanding her husbands body, Mis. Cokes shakes her purse angrily at Adam Adams. To tempt Casper to join the blackmail plot, ciCl'IlC flashes Ll dollar bill in his face. Watching Dr. Fragoni's attempt to revive Elmer Green are Mr. Cokes, Casper, Adam, Anna, and Mrs. Bean. 52 Proclucfion of Adams Evening CAST Adam Adamr .... WILLIAM SCOTT A111111 Adams. . .MARY ANN ITTRIPP Mfr. Bean ..... NANCYANN JAMES Cafpfr ....., Joi-IN KOSTENBADER Gmie .,....... JEANETTE MERLO Dr. Fragoni .... STEPHEN OSWALD Rosita Fragoni, .JOANNE NISSLEY Elmer Green ..,..... TERRY MALE Mr. Coke: ,... ..... C ARL BLEAM Mn. Coker. . . ...,. JUNE SIMONS Shocked by the appearance of his living corpse, Anna and Mrs. Bean endeavor to persuade Mr. Cokes to leave the house. Adamls Evening, a farce in three acts, was pre- sented by the senior class on November 9 and 10 under the direction of Mr. Franklyn Kostenbader. After a night out with another man,s Wife, Adam Adams found himself in deep trouble when his wife and mother-in-law unexpectedly returned home. One entanglement lead to another and Adam found himself caught in his own lies. To make things Worse, the maid is a black-mailerg the family doctor is a jealous loverg a dead man is aliveg and a suicide maniac turns up. The resulting complications provided a raft of excitement and the clever lines evoked much audience merriment. Aicling Mrs. Bean, Gertie and Anna force medication on the unsuspecting Rosita Fragoni. W Dancing around the Eiffel Tower to the music of Parke Frankenfield's Orchestra, the students and guests enjoyed a gay Ezfffziug in Paris at the Prom on May 4, 1956. The highlight of the evening Was the crown- ing ofthe queen, Barbara Sleeman. l. Going through the receiving line at the Junior-Senior Prom, Wilma Kroboth and John Mondschein are greet- ed by Robert Reichard, Junior class adviser. 2. Franklin Whiteman, Marian Knecht, Louise Kline, Joanne Nissley, Robert Serfass frtfrndingj Sylvia Condomitti and Roseann Messenlehner freatedj served as committee chairmen for the grand affair. 3. At intermission guests enjoy homemade punch and dainty sandwiches. Surrounded by the members of her court -Joan Kratz, Elizabeth Tanzosh, Mary Lou Wagner, and Patricia Sluttel Queen Barbara Sleeman poses for Z1 picture. To the music of Parke Frankenfield's orchestra, happy couples dance around the Eiffel Tower. sf? - ,M 5 5 5751-'-f x x 9'!,fr 3 5 Wim if W 4127 3 www, M S 84,4 'LN Standing: Robert Lichner, Miss Clute-Adviser Smtfd: Joanne Nissley ART STAFF Published as the Atomic Power Plant's annual report, Tha Comet-Nazareth Area Senior High School's yearbook-presents a pictorial and written record of the events of the school year. Featuring not only activities carried' on during plant or school hours, but also extra curricular activities, the Comet clearly outlines the steps in our power production processes. Afomic Plonf Directing the atomic plant is the administration, our Atomic Energy Commission. Working under the AEC is the faculty or production crew of the plant. From six school districts come 436 students whose energy and talent is being channeled and developed thru the school's cur- riculum to produce some of the country's future scientists, en- gineers, doctors, and lawyers. Other students prepare for the future by developing skills in manual arts, business, or sec- retarial courses. Further develop- ment comes thru clubs, sports, and other extracuricular activi- ties where students learn co- operation. Finally the advertisers or stockholders in our Power Plant help Hnance the yearbook. The Comet advisers include Elizabeth Sloat, editorial, layout, and typing, Mrs. Belva Kalessar, business, and Jean Clute, art. Anne Beck, Nancyann james, Marian Knecht, Beverly Smith, JoAnn Johnson, Ann Leopold LAYOUT STAFF 56 Presenls Annual Reporf 3. Gail Sleeman. Mrs. Kolessar- Adviser, Marianne Buss, Mary Ellen Breuer, Louise Kline, Joyce Karch BUSINESS STAFF 4. Joyce Schoeneberger, Elda Mae Wagner, Jean Stier, Marie Wilson, Eliza beth I-Iofer, Dorothy Halteman TYPING STAFF Seated: Marian Viglione, Mary Ann Tripp, William Scott - Editor, Marian Knecht, Elizabeth Tanhauser, Shirley Eberly, Richard King, Robert Detweiler, Dolores Happel, Robert Serfass, Franklin Whiteman Standing: Miss Sloat - Advifer EDITORIAL STAFF 5 7 Blue and While Sfofl I. Seated: Mary Ann Lesher, Arlen Poyer Standing' Barbara Brace, Mrs. Kolessarfddvixer BUSINESS STAFF To record the events and occurrences at the Atomic Power Plant-Nazareth Area Senior High School-the students, assisted by their faculty advisers, published the Blue and White Standard eight times during the school year. The news- paper aims to keep the entire plant informed about developments in various Fields of endeavor and production. These bulletins report the activities of Student Council, clubs, sports, the honor roll, assembly programs, public performance productions, and other items of interest to the student body. 2. From Row: Alfreda Hadl, Roseann Paukovits, Carol Wyfnne Circle: Judith Smith, Patricia Sensenbach, Grace Sandt, Edith Rundle Rita Matyas, Mary Ann Lechner, Mary Ann Wukovits, Florence Heclgecock, Joseph Brobston EDITORIAL STAFF Publishes Plcmf Bulletins 1. Seated: Patricia Hofsretter, Sandra Young, Frances Karlowitch, Brenda Borger Standing: Judith Welty, Mrs, Graver- ,fldrfzkfr Abxmzls Shirley Stimmel, Evelyn Renner, Dorothy Bruch, Florence Hofer TYPING STAFF This year's staff had four editors and four Pennsylvania and Columbia Scholastic Press associate editors directing the work with thirty- Associations. four stall: members assisting. Mr. Fredric Knecht and Mr. Quentin Zell su- The Blue and White is a member of both the pervise theproductionofthe Blue8zWhiteStandard. 2. Front Row: Judith Wagner, Margaret Fox, Annette Schwartz Cirflf: Gerald Hartzell, James Gastony, Mr. Zell -Adviyfr, Barbara Croman, Jeanette Merlo, Nancy Wiggins, Mr. Knecht -Adviser, Theresa Fassl, Ruth McGonxgle EDITORS AND CO-EDITORS 59 Plonf Governing Body Sponsors Lina Roth and Susan Beitel play an organ and :1 piano duet. Edward Tintera plays a piano solo. Salvatore Calandra, Larry Lewis, Harry Lance, and Melvin jones present a pantomime act. Arthur Merzgar does a tap-dance TALENT SHow Under the supervision of the Student Council, the fifth annual talent show, with Richard King as master of ceremonies, was held on March 29. Playing an organ and piano duet, Susan Beitel and Lina Roth shared the first prize, four junior boys, with a pantomime act, shared second prize, Edward Tintera, with a piano solo, and Arthur Metzgar presenting a tap-dance routine, won the two third prizes. Judges included Mrs. Charles Shimer, Mrs. Robert Keck, Mrs. Marland Kester, Mr. Kermit Knecht, and Mr. Joseph Hawk. As a wind-up to the talent show, the Kopper Kings, headed by Willard Schisler from Arizona, presented a short musical program. The Arizona Kopper Kings present several musical numhcrs, - Annuol Tolenl Show ORATORICAL CONTEST Under the direction of Mrs. Ruth McGonigle, the annual Oratorical Contest was held on April 8, 1957, with nine contestants. First prize was awarded Joyce Schultz: second prize, Paula Reber, third prize, Donald Phillips, and honorable mention, Sylvia Feller. The Judges included Miss Ruth Leh, Reverend Alfred Long, and Attorney Walter Peters. 1. First row: Donald Phillips, Sylvia Feller, Paula Reber, Arthur Scola Serond row: Joyce Schultz, Marian Knecht, lflizabeth Tanhauser Third row: Judith Byrnes, Ronald Bittner Cahfevzil ORATOR I CA L CONT li STANTS STUDENT COUNCIL Under the supervision of Mr. Robert B. Reichard, the Student Council sponsored many dances, the annual Talent Show, and Nazareth High Day on May 10. PfEJ1.LZlE1Zf - John Woodward Vice Prefident - Robert Serfass Sefretary - Sylvia Condomitti TI'El1.Y1ll'EI' - Louise Kline Advifer - Mr. Reichard STUDENT COUNCIL OF lf I CIC R S 2. Sylvia COI1dOlHlffl. Mr. Reichard. John Viloodward, Robert Serfass, Louise Kline Firft Row: Arnold lfinfalt. Sylvia Feller, Ronald Houser, Carol Herd, Norlaine Roberts, Robert Rumsey, John Wood- ward Second Row: William Scott, Kay Michael, Robert Kostenhader, Ann Leopold, Robert Bartholomew, Sandra Browne, Robert Serfass Third Row: Barry Woolbert, Dolores Tavianini, Robert Gilbert, Margaret Fox, Nancy Kindt, Arthur Miller Fourth Row: Franklin Whiteman, Jean Stier, Qon-rad Shimer, Judith Reimer, Theresa Fassl Fifth Row: Nancy Trach, John Viglione, Elwood Buss, Sylvia Condomitti, Louise Kline Sixth Row: Richard Hunt, Labert Altemose, George Herceg STUDENT COUNCIL Club lnferesls Encouroge BOYS' COOKING CLUB During activity period eachThursday the sixteen-member Boys' Cooking Club, directed by Miss Everitt, bakes and prepares barbecues and casserole dishes. LIBRARY CLUB During study periods the nineteen- member Library Club, under Miss Bordner's direction, mends books, counts circulation, Writes over-due slips, and keeps the shelves in order. Baking cookies for a Christmas party was I1 project of the Boys' Cooking l. Club. I , 2. Under the direction of Miss Bordner, Library Club members mend, bind, and classify books. 3. Taking part in Il state project, F. l-l. A. members pack clothes for the people of South Carolina. 62 F. H. A. CLUB Besides presenting a skit at the Harris- burg Farm Show on January 16, 1957, the F. H. A. members collected and sent clothing to Crossmore School in South Carolina to be sold for the beneht of needy people. Leisure Time Acfivifies FIRST AID CLUB Under the supervision of Mrs. McGonigle and Mrs. Bleiler, the thirteen-member First Aid Club meets every Wednesday to learn and to practice treatments for all emergencies and to qualify for the Standard Red Cross First Aid certificates. KNITTING CLUB After teaching inexperienced members of the Knitting Club the 4. In First Aid Club Barbara -Iurasits demonstrates the proper method oftaking a pulse. H. Several Knitting Club members illustrate knitting techniques. fundamentals, Mrs. Bleiler aids advanced members in knitting stoles, ascots, and mittens. ATHLETIC CLUB Meeting twice Weekly, the sixty member Girls' Athletic Club, super- vised by Mrs. Bossert, played hockey, ping-pong, badminton, bas- ketball, baseball, and volleyball during club periods. Firft Row: Kay Brong, Victoria Newhart, Marian Viglione, Brenda Werner, Elaine Butz, Marlene Teada, Gwen Lichtenwalner Second Row: Joanne Kester, Sally Hartman, Joan Morrison, Violet Dieter, Janet Kurtz, Marie Wilson Diane Pirher, Shari Kellow Third Row: Joyce Schoeneberger, Arlen Poyer, Barbara Tintera, Nancy Rundle, Mary Ann Lesher, Dolores Tavianini, Mary Ann Tripp, Sandra Jones, Lorraine Schoeneberger, Mrs. Anna Bossert, Adviser i 63 GIRLS' A'l'HLIiTIC CLUB Clubs Develop 1. The cast of Herbie f10EJ'-F0 the Prom rehearses. ln preparation for the North- ampton exchange program members of the dramatic club work on Olz. Baby. 3. The action of the play, BL' Home By fllidnfglzl, reaches its peak. Under the guidance Richard Schmoyer, the of hfty-five students, p as assembly programs. had an opportunity to and to aid in staging, plays. DRAMATIC CLUB of Mrs. Zell, assisted by Dramatic Clubs, consisting resented live one act plays Each member ofthe Club appear in at least one play casting, or directing other Oh Baby and Tb!! it to Tommy were presented at Northampton as exchange programsg Be Home by rwidmfght, at Wilsong and Along Came Harriet and Herbie Goes to lhe Prom, at Whitehall. The final club play, Along Came Harriet, was presented to the Alumni on Nazareth High Day on May 10, 1957. Cultural lnferesfs CHESS CLUB Under the guidance of Mr. Robert Harding, this year's Chess Club learned the principles involved in the game. To determine the club's best players, a series of elimination tournaments were run off during the year. The best players then formed a seven-man team which engaged in interscholastic chess competition with Allentown, Bethle- hem, Easton, Quakertown, and Phillipsburg High Schools. In the live year history of the Penn-Jersey lnterscholastic Chess League, Nazareth has won iirst place three times and second place twice. Through consistent practice members of the chess team prepare for a match. Under the guidance of Mr. Harding, the club learns the skills involved in playing. .-Ks Sherman Metzgzu' and Marie Wilson look on, Bill Scott, John Kostenbader, and Carl Bleam attempt to defeat their Bethlehem opponents. 65 1 Photograpbx Club members develop films and print pictures in the dark room As Mr Kostenbader supervises, lorraine Buzas works on ber Science Fan Project. In Radio Club members work on equipment for a club station. Working with copper, the Arts and Crafts Club members make useful articles. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Under the guidance ofMr. Roth, the sixteen-member Photography Club learns to develop, print, and enlarge pictures they take. SCIENCE FAIR For her project in Human Biol- ogy, submitted at the Lehigh Val- ley Science Fair, held at Muhlen- berg College, April 10, 11, and 12, Lorraine Buzas was awarded a lirst prize in the Held ofbzlcteriology and mycology. RADIO CLUB Directed by Mr. Sbekletski, the seven-member Radio Club is in the process of completing an amateur radio station within the school. Each member intends to earn an amateur radio license. Learning to repair and build radio equipment is a major goal of the club. ARTS AND CRAFTS CLUB As part of the Arts and Crafts Club activities, members, under the direction of Miss Clute, work in ceramics, art metal work, and copper jewelry making. Clubs Add Zesf STAGE CRAFT CLUB Besides setting the stage for all productions, the thirty-six member Stage Craft Club decided to give the stage a new look. The boys built and painted new Hats and units for a complete interior set, while the girls made slip covers. SHOP CLUB Under the supervision of Mr. Brock, the thirteen-member Shop Club meets during eighth periods to work on individual projects, ranging . . , . . . f' lt'sh l I t tzbles or l irs. 1. In lJ1'ClJ2lI'2lIlOl'l lor the Glee C.lub's Christmas performance, Mr. Brock helps mm nova 5 E WS 0 i Cm Stage Craft members set the stage. Q. With the help of Miss Clute. Stage Craft girls make slipcovers. Interested in carpentry, Shop Club members build furniture. 1 in in F Magazine Campaign Funds Foster Special Proiecis I. Each morning homeroom representatives report magazine sales to managers. 2. Magazine campaign managers check their accounts. MAGAZINE CAMPAIGN In order to raise money for our assembly pro- Senior High School sold magazine subscriptions grams, library books, The Blue and Wliite Standard, during the annual Magazine Campaign, held from Dramatic Club, National Honor Society, the Stu- October 5 to October 19. dent Handbook, the Chess Team, College Night, The faculty advisers were Mrs. Graver and and other activities, the students ofNazareth Area Mrs. Bleiler. HONOR SOCIETY At an impressive ceremony, held as an assembly program on Monday afternoon, February 25, thirty-seven students were in- ducted into the newly organized Delphian Chapter of the National Honor Society, which aims to stimulate and recognize scholar- ship, character, service, citizen- ship and leadership. HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS President ....... WILLIAM ScoTT Vine President. . . .SUSAN BEITEL SKCTEZHTQI ...... MARIAN KNECHT Sitting: George Herceg, Carl Bleam, Joanne Nissley, Arthur Miller, and Carol F T7-gayuygf ,-..'A- JUDITH BYRNES Stamling: Mrs. Mcflonigle-faculty arlvixer, Marian Knecht, William Scott, Judith If and Susan Beitel OFFICERS AND SPEAKERS AT INSTALLATION National Eclucofion Week Featured of N. A. H. S. Reporting on extra curricular activities, live students speak to the parents at Open House on November 13. ln preparation for Open House students work on cabinet displays. As part of Education YVeek, a cross-section of N. H. S. alumni discuss various phases of college life, OPEN HOUSE ALUMNI PANEL As part of National Education Week, the Senior To acquaint prospective students with college High School sponsored Open House on November requirements and activities, eleven N. A. H. S. 13. alumni, now attending college, presented a panel After an assembly featuring student entertain- discussion on December 20, 1956, on various phases ment and talks, parents followed their child's ofthe responsibilities and privileges of a college schedule, visiting each class, for a particular day. education. CAFETERIA CREW CUSTODIAL CREW Mrs. John Ruloff, Miriam Michael, and Mrs. Eugene VVeiss Morris Buss, Erwin Smith, Peter Eckert, and Arling Stout PLANT MAIN'l'IiNANClC CREW Atomic Blue Eagles Copfure Marv Ann Skrapits, Delores Schmoyer, Judy Reimer, Pat Doyle, Dorothy Bruch, Nancy Hamel VARSITY CHEERLEADERS VARSITY SCHEDULE Opp. N.A.II.S Sept. 15-PARKLAND ...,..... 6 ...,,.. 21 Sept. 22-NESQUEHONING .... 31 ....... 2 Sept. 29-WHITEHAL1. ..,..... 7 ....... 26 Oct. 5'M1NERSVII.I.I3 ....,. 7 ....... 18 Oct. 13-PALMERTON .,...... 12 ,....,. 34 Oct. 20-PENN ARGYI. ...... 6 ....... 20 Oct. 27-BANGOR ........... 13 .,...,. 32 Nov. 2-SHILLINGTON ..,.... 14 ....... 20 Nov. 10-E. STROUDSBURG... 6 ...... .14 Nov. 22-W1LsoN ......,.... 0 ....,.. 13 Nazareth played host to In Mr. Christman's first year as varsity coach the Blue Eagles, ending the season with nine wins and one non-league defeat, finished as champions of the Lehigh-Northampton League. In the first game ofthe season Nazareth defeated Parkland by a score of 21-16. In the second game Nazareth suffered its only defeat of the season at the hands of a powerful Nesquehoning team by a score of 31-2. In Nazareth's encounter with Whitehall, Barry First Row: Richard Mahorskv, Edward Temos, Carl Hallman, Lawrence Tashner, Dale Kratz, Woolbert intercepted a pass and intercepted a lateral and turned them both into touchdowns, to lead the Eagles to a 26-7 victory over the Zephers. Gaining their vengeance for last year's loss, the Blue Eagles overpowered Minersville by a score of 18-7 in the first night game of the season. Conrad Shimer led the scoring for the Eagles by crossing the goal line twice in quarterback sneaks. Hitting their mid-season stride, the Blue Eagles stopped the Blue Bombers of Palmerton 34-12. Nazareth almost completely dominated the playing. Larry Lewis took the scor- ing honors by carrying the pigskin to paydirt twice. One of his touchdowns was a 62 yard jaunt. Traveling to Pen Argyl, the Blue Eagles resumed league competition by de- feating the Green Wave 20-7. Jack Woodward tal- lied twice and Larry Lewis once to complete the day's scoring for Nazareth. Ronald Edelman, Drew Arndt, Dominic Condomitti, Joseph Marth Sfcomi Row: David Wambold, Ronald Houser, Robert Rumsey, Michael Bill, Walter Zurowski, Joseph Smith, Aloys Hammer, Gary Werkheiser, Frederick Deck, Barry Fritchman Third Row: Ronald Pritchard, Eugene Tavianini, Kenneth Shook, Joseph Merola, Stanley Konya, Steve Konya, Frank Eranczak, Gerald Zimitz, Willie Green Fourth Row: Richard Eox, Thomas Sleeman, Robert Arndt, Elwood Eyer, Roy Erack, David Kindt, Charles Bracken, William Kraemer, Gerald Grube, Robert Bush Fzfth Row: William Sandt, Richard Rhoades, Joseph Csernak, Carl Krein, Walter Metzgar, Ronald Bittner, Tyrone Eberts, Richard Garr, Ronald Applegate, Sixth Row: Assistant Coach Owens, Assistant Manager Conrad Bowers, Nelson Alpaugh, Kenneth Gardner, Michael Smolenak, Coach Leh J. V. FOOTBALL SQUAD 70 Bangor in the next league game and trounced the Maroon and White by a 32-13 score. Bob Serfass led the scoring by catching two of Conrad Shimer's three touchdown passes. Lehigh-Norfhompfon Championship Playing an independent game with Governor Mifflin High School in Municipal Stadium at Reading in the second night game, the Blue Eagles set back the Shillington lads, champions of their league, by a score of 20-14. The key play of the game was the seldom-used tackle eligible pass play with Dick Hunt acting as pass receiver for Conrad Shimer's 41 yard touchdown pass. Returning to league competition the Eagles squeezed past a stubborn East Stroudsburg squad, 14-6. Shimer scored both Nazareth touchdowns on wide end runs. Tied for First place with the Wilson Warriors, Nazareth traveled to Cottingham Stadium to try for the Lehigh-North- ampton League Championship on Thanksgiving Day. Playing in a sea ofmud, the Eagles completely overpowered the Warriors in the lirst half by driving two touchdowns across the goal line. The hrst was a one foot quarterback sneak by Conrad Shimer in the first quarter and the second a 62 yard run by Jack Wood- ward in the second quarter. Neither team was able to score in the second halfand the game During his first SCHSOI1 35 VIHSIIY CQHCH, MI ended 13-0 in favor of Nazareth. Wilson's only threat of the Chnstman produced 3 championship team' game came in the third quarter when the Warriors drove to In a p0St-Season meeting Bob Serfass the Eagles' 14 yard line as a result ofa blocked punt. and Franklin Whiteman were elected Ben Guiffre helped the Eagles along during the season by honorary co-captains for the 1956 converting 19 out of 29 extra points. season. First Row: james Gostony, Thomas Gabriel, Richard Hunt, Conrad Shimer, Robert Serfass, John Woodward, Robert Lichner, Franklin Whiteman Second Row: Arthur Miller, Joseph Deutsch, Donald Fischl, Albert Keppel, Charles Schaadt, Asher Kahler, Arnold Einfalt Third Row: Benedict Guiffre, Kenneth Zellner, Sherman Metzgar, George Herceg, Vincent Luburich, Richard Yandresitz, Richard Einfalt, Herbert Wise Fourth Row: Richard Cassano, Ronald Gori, Robert Kostenbader, lohn Donello, Lawrence Deutsch, Richard Frey, Melvin Jones Fifth Row: Coach Christman, Assistant Manager-Dennis Grube, Assistant Manager-Jacob Wxersma, Barry Woolbert, Larry Lewis, Larry Mengel, Labert Altemose, Assistant Manager-Gary Schleicher, Manager'-James Finkbeiner Assistant Coach Amoroso VAR S 1'l'Y SQUAD Blue Eagle Griclders l. Lecl by Donald Fiscbl, gang-tackling brings Il Nesquehoning player down effectively. 2. Led by Conrad Shimer and Robert Serfass, a swarm of Blue Eagles close in on a White- hall player. 3. After catching a screen pass- in the Bangor game, Franklin Whiteman circles left encl. 4. After a substantial gain, Kenneth Zellner closes in on a Bangor player. Exhibit Top Form - J. Skirting around left end, Conrad Shimer makes a long gain against Bangor. 6. Conrad Shimer attempts to tackle a Nesquehoning halfback. 7. All eyes are on Robert Serfass as he gets set to catch a touchdown pass against Bangor. 8. In the annual Thanksgiving Day game, Franklin Whiteman battles a Wilson player for a forward pass. 1' N.H.S. 41 ........ FOOTBALL FACTS Times kicked off, . . . .. OPP: 25 33 ..,..... Times punted ............... . .. 34 32 ...,..., Average yardage per punt .... 26 90 ......,. Passes attempted ..,..,.,..., , . . 93 35 ...,.... Passes completed ,..... 39 533 ........ Total yards passing ......... ..... 6 67 1794 ....,,.. Total yards scrimmage ....,.. ,.,.. 1 342 179 ........ Scrimmage average per game, . . . .. 134 88 ........ Total first downs ...,.....,.. .. . 77 9 ....,,.. First downs per game ....... S 30 ....,.,. Total Touchdowns ........ 16 30 .,...... Extra points attempted ,.... 16 19 .....,,. lfxtra points completed ..... 6 J. V. SCHEDULE N.H.S. OPP- 6. .WHITEHALL .......... 6 38. .PARKLAND ,... ,.,.. 6 7. .WILSON ...... .,... 1 9 19. .PEN ARGYL ......... 7 37. .BANGOR ............. 0 15. .EAST STROUDSBURG. .12 Atomic Cogers Porficipofe Dick Hunt and East Stroudsburgls King Beers Robert Serfass attemptsa driving lay-up As Richard Hunt moves in for. a scramble for a rebound. shot against East Stroudsburg. follow-up, Jack Woodward tries Winding up a successful season in second place for the second straight year, the Nazareth cagers finished with an 18-5 record. ln League com- petition Nazareth beat every opponent twice except Fountain Hill, too strong an opponent. Repeating last year's slow start against non- league opponents, the Blue Eagles began their season by beating a powerful Parkland team which First Row: Richard Frey, Willie Green, Thomas Buss, james Flick, Carl Krein, David Wambold Second Row: Todd Jones, Mickey Bill, Charles Rhoades, a jump shot. was favored for the league championship. After sufliering their first loss in league competition to Fountain Hill, league champions, the Blue Eagles found themselves enjoying a fourteen game winning streak. The winning streak continued into the second half play until the Nazareth cagers were defeated once again by the Hillers. During the first half of this game both teams were matched shot for shot, but Fountain Hill showed championship form in the second half by winning a 78-63 decision. Representing the Lehigh-Northamp- ton League in the District ll, "Class Ai' playoff, Nazareth was defeated by a powerful Allentown High School 75-57. Midway through the third quarter Nazareth pulled to within two points to make the score 48-46. At this point in the game the crowd sensed a possible upset, but the strong Canaries pulled away to gain a berth in the District 11 Finals. joseph Lopresti, Donald Ressler Third Row: Samuel Darrohn-lVlanager, Ronald Edelman-Manager, Elwood Eyer, Harold Frace, John Fraunfelder William 'lirefny-Coach, Larry Kneclit-Manager I. V. BASKETBALL SQUAD y 74 In Disfricf Xl Playoffs VARSITY Sci-IEInuI.Iz -l.V. ScHEnuI.Is opp N.11.S. opp. N.II.S. November 30-WHITEI-IAL1... ...50 ...,.. 55. .. ..,.. 61. . . . . .35 December 4-l'AI.MIsR'I'ON ,,.... 58 ...... 30 .,... ..... 8 5 ....., 37 December 7-FNIMAUS ......... 59 .,.... 58 ..... ..... 6 3 ,..,.. 35 December -PENN RIDGE ..... 32 ...... 52 ,.... ...,. 2 4 ,..,.. 29 December iPARKLAND .,..... 56 ,.,... 58 ..... ...., 4 9 ....,. 26 December +FOUN'l'AlN HILL. 58 ...,., 36 ..... ,.... 6 4 ...,.. 24 December 21-WILSON ......... 53 ,..... 56 ..... ..,.. 4 6 ..,.., 38 january 4-COPLAY ...,..... 56 ...... 90 ..... .,,.. 7 6 ...... 34 january 8-EAST 'BURG ..,.. 49 ..,... 69 ..,.. .,.., 3 6 ...... 40 January 11-PIQN ARGYI. ...... 29 ,..,.. 70 ..... ,. .52 .... . .46 january -P'I-IURG .,....,... 37 ...... 70 ...., ..... 4 9 ...,.. 40 1g,,,g1g,,g,- Ann Lggpgld January ISQBANGOR ...,..,,. 47 ,.,.., 70 .,... ...,. 4 0 ...... 63 Standing: Paula Reber, Judy Wzishko, Florence Januar-y 22-HE1.I.IaR'I'owN ...I 42 ...... 82 ...., ..... is 0 ,..,.. 72 Swmvi 111116 Clifisfmni Beffy Dfosnofk january -PARKLANI: ...,.,. 51 ...... 56 ..... ...., 7 1 ...... 50 Il. V. CHl'fFRl,lfADlfRS February -WI1.SON ......... 57 ...... 66 ..... ...., 5 6 ...... 33 February YCOPLAY ......... 37 ...... 74 ...,. ,.... 4 8 ,..... 43 February -EAST ,BURG ..... 47 ,..... 71 ...., ..... 3 3 ...... 59 February -PEN ARGYL ...... 46 .,.... 86 ...,. ..... 4 8 ...... 47 February -P'I-IURG .......... 48 ....,. 67 ..... ..... 3 9 ...... 57 February -BANGOR ...,..... 46 ..,... 86 ..... .,.., 5 3 ....., 45 February -FOUNTAIN HI1.I,..78 ...... 63 ..... ..... 5 8 ...... 46 February -HEI.1.ERTOWN .... 47 ,.,,.. 80 ..... ..... 4 2 ,..,.. 48 March 1ALLEN'l'0NVN ...,. 75 ...... 57 During the season 6'6" center Dick Hunt took picked On the all-league team. Robert Serfass the league scoring honors with 335 points. while was elected honorary captain for the 1956-57 Conrad Shimer placed fifth. Both boys were season. Sitting: Robert Serfass KneeIIfng.' Robert Gilbert, Franklin Whiteman, Arthur Miller, Robert Kleintop, Lawrence Deutsch Stanziing: Garry Schleicher-Manager, Robert Lichnei'-Manager, William Clewell, Richard Hunt, l,zIrry Nlengel, John xVOOClVVZll'Cl, Blaine Mengel, Conrad Shimer, Larry Lewis, Robert Weiss-Coach VARSITY BAS KICTBALI, SQUAD 75 Frifchmon Breaks Plonf Troclc Record 1. Lee Fritchman sets the school shot put record during the Hellertown meet. 2. Ray Douglas throws the discus. 3. Robert Serfass of Nazareth noses out Lee Mermal- stein and Robert Wooten of Phillipsburg'2inY the 100 yard clash. Finishing the season with one win and four losses, the Blue Eagles Cindermen placed fourth in league competition. The win was over Hellertown by a score of 58 to 41. The First Junior Varsity meet at Nazareth Area Senior High School was against Wilson with the Warriors coming out on top by a score of 64 to 31. Breaking the shot put record during the Heller- TRACK SCH EDULE Opp. N.H.S. April 111ALUMNI ,.... .,... S 0-U2 ..., .... 4 8-1X2 April 18fWILSON ,..,.,. ..... 6 2elf6 .... .... 3 6-SX6 April 23'HELLER'l'OWN .... ..... 4 1 . . .... 58 April 26-W1-HTEHALI, ,... ...,. 5 5-U3 .... .... 3 4-2X3 May 2'PARKLAND ,.... .,... 5 4-5X6 .... .,.. 4 4-116 May 10-PHILLIPSBURG ,............. 68 .,.. .... 3 1 LEAGUE MEET-May 12, 1956 WILSON ..,...... 53-U2 HELLERTOWN .... 22 PARKLAND ..,.,.. 38 NAZARETH ....... 12-1X2 town meet with a throw of 45'6", Lee Fritchman bettered Al Ferraro's old mark of 44'1M" by FSM". Robert Serfass was the team high scorer with a total of 612g points. Nazareth placed fourth in the league meet at Allentown with a score of IZVZ points. Firft Row: Manager Richard Mahorsky, Martin Cortez, David Kindt, John Viglione, Thomas Kidd, Todd Jones, Joseph Lopresti. Larrv Koch. Manager Carl Hallman Secoml'Row.' David Wambold, Robert Serfass, Larry Mengel, Marvin Keck, Richard Slutter, Ray Douglas, Robert Beck, Ronald Silfies, Francis Ferraro, Lee Eritchman, Coach Weiss Third Row: Richard Cassano, Alfonso Smith, Lee Todora, Labert Altemose, Charles Schaadt, Robert Pritchard, Melvin Jones, TRACK SQUAD Harry Lance, Sherman Metzgar N. A. H. S. Enlorges Tennis Schedule 1956 TENNIS SCH EDULIC April April May May May May May May 20 ,.,. lLASTON ...,..., 27 ..., ALLENTOWN ..., 8 ,... ILA STON ...,,... 9 .... R EADING. . ll...,READING..,.... 15 .... ALLENTOWN .... 14....B12TH1.EHiiM 22 .... BETHLEHEM Asher Kahler pours power on Bill Clewell and Bill Scott Nwareths first his serve for an ace against doubles tum force. thc net in 1 halcl fought his Easton opponent. match The lirst Nazareth Area Senior High School Although they constantly improved throughout Varsity Tennis team was organized in the spring the season, they ended up Without a win of 1956. Up against tough competition the in- A member ofthe Lehigh Valley Tennis League, experienced Nazareth net men had tough sledding. the team was coached by l:,dWa1d Christman Firft Row: Albert Fry, Asher Kahler, William Scott, William Clcwcll lhilip Kostcnbaclcl John Kosttnbadei Serond Row: C0ach.Christman, Robert Bartholomew. john Fraunfeldci Fred Young Rohcit Hunt fhom is O Sullivan Ronald Cori, Mike Topping, Manager Samuel Darrohn 'l'l1INNIS SQUAD 77 Blue Eagle Baseball Team yi Wil. ' , 1. Rothrock and Mengel score on Shimer's two-base hit. 2. Mengel and Shimer combine on a squeeze attempt. Winning eleven and losing two games, Nazareth Area High School's Baseball Team completed a success- ful season by taking second place in league competition. Their league record was six wins and two losses. Starting the season with three consecutive wins in non-league games-Whitehall, Bangor, and Pen Argylwthe Eagles looked as though they were on their way to an un- blemished season's record. How- ever, they lost their fourth game to the league champs, Parkland. At Hellertown, Martin Rothrock tossed a brilliant two-hit shut-out, one of the two two-hitters thrown by Nazareth hurlers during the season. Bangor became the lifth victim to fall before the Eagles as Nazareth put together numerous rallies to win by a lopsided score. Mengel rounds first after hitting a home run. Dech makes first on an outfield drive. Ronks Second in Leogue Compefifion BASEBALL SCHEDULE April 10 WI-IITEHALL ,.... April 17 BANGOR ....... April 19 PEN ARGYI. .... , April 24 PARKLANIJ ...... April 27 HELLERTOWN ...,, May 1 BANGOR ....,... May 8. WILSON .,,.,....,..... May 10 EAST STROUIJSBURG .... May 11 PEN ARGYL ,........ . May 15 COPLAY ........ May 17 PHILLIPSBURG ,.... May 21 PALMERTON ..,.... May 22 FOUNTAIN HILL .,..... . As Richard King awaits his turn at bat, Conrad Shimer steals home In the Wilson game. The pitching of Mengel and Rothrock proved too much for Wilson and East Stroudsburg as they fell before the Eagles by close scores. The second and last defeat of the season that the Eagles sufliered was at the hands of Pen Argyl. Earlier in the season Pen Argyl was beaten by Nazareth. The Eagles scored all their runs in the last frame. The other two-hit shut-out thrown by Nazareth hurlers was by Mengel against a strong Coplay team. Both of Coplay's hits were made in the second inning. The final three games ofthe season were won by Nazareth over Phillipsburg, Palmer- ton, and Fountain Hill. Martin Rothrock and Bob Mengel were iirst and second in pitching and hitting. Rothrock had a 5-0 pitching record and a .421 batting average, Men- gel, a -632 pitching record and a. 405 batting mark. Firrz row: Melvin Kresge, Paul Werkheiser, James Flick, David Werkheiser, Thomas Buss, Ronald Houser, john Donello, Charles Rhoades, Michael Bill. Second row: Delbert Fehnel, John Sysko, jack Woodward, Richard King, Martin Rothrock, Richard Deck, Robert Mengel, Ronald Mengel, Terry Johnson. Third raw: Coach Andrew Leh, Elwood Eyer, Manager-Blaine Mengel, Larry Lewis, Tyrone Eberts, Barry Woolbert, Joseph Rizza, Conrad Shimer, Lawrence Deutsch, Jacob Wiersma, Manager-William Gold, Manager-Dale Butz Cdbfent: Richard Hunt, Gerald Weissj BASEBALL SQUAD Gropplers Tackle Sfrong Gpponenfs 1. Still in a neutral position, George Herceg tries to gain offensive control. 2. Attempting a cross- body, Bill Scott works lor an arm. 3. Maintaining the offense, joe Deutsch counters a sit-out by his Bethlehem opponent. SCHEDULE At the end of the season Robert Boyer was Dec. 13. .. D Opp. A'.I1.S. 1H11.Ln2sBuRc ....,.,.. 24 ........27 Dec. 20. . .SOUTHERN LEHIGH .,,. 9 ..,.... .49 Ian. 3.. .ALLENTOWN .......... -12 ...... . . 7 Jan. 7. . .BETHLEHEM .........,. 41 ,,,,.. .. 7 -lan. ... lan. ... Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. 21 Feb. 28. .. March S-9.. 10 14 lan. 24. .. 31 7 14 EASTON ....,... NORTHAMPTON .... -15 ....4i P1-nLLiPsrsURo .......,. 30 SOUTHERN LEHIGH BETHLEHEM ..... 52 ALLENTONVN .....,.... 46 39 36 EASTON .......,...... NORTHANIPTON .,.,. . , .33 DISTRICT MEET. . 10 6 ALLENTOWN During the 1956-57 wrestling season Coach Amorosols matmen got OH' to a good start with a win over their Phillipsburg opponents and then an easy victory over Southern Lehigh. However, the Nazareth grapplers met their match with powerful teams from Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, and Northampton and were defeated. ln the second half the Nazareth wrestlers were able to defeat only Southern Lehigh, ending the season with a 3-9 record. selected captain by his teammates. During the District X1 Wrestling Champion- ship, held at Allentown on March 8 and 9, Nazareth placed live wrestlers in the semi-final round, winning a total of eight points for the team. Nazareth had no contestants in the Finals. Hopes for a strong wrestling squad next year are bright, for there will be eleven of this year's fifteen varsity lettermen returning. Firft Row: Thomas Gabriel, lfric Schramm, Robert Boyer, Dale Boyer, Bernard Molnar, Gerald Eckhart, John Viglione, Michael Topping, Barry Fritchman Second Row: Ralph lflngler, Richard Kostenbader, Walter Zurowski, Kenneth Saltern, Melvin Kresge, Larry Connors, Dale Kratz, Carl Smith Third Row: Coach joseph Amoroso, George Allen, Richard Einfalt, Arnold Flnlalt, John Donello, William Scott, Joseph Csernak, Elwood Buss, William Kraemer, George Herceg, Lee Todora WRESTLING SQUAD I ADVERTISERS L , u '. f v Cr 34 1 L -. nv. Q H L .. 1-A ik 'P 'L Just as every plant needs stockholders, so, too, does Our . fu -Wu, I - ffffqw ' Atomic Power Plant need financial backing and support. K-2 I-: U . I by f . A . . ' :L ij. il :x 14.131, if , U ggOur In theffollowmg paggefsi, have t ,-' .ff 1-ff - 1 A ca , xworthwhale Ynihdewuklng, out sich 'uf Public Services Provided BAKER CUNVALESCENT HUME R. D. No. 3 EASTON, PENNSYLVANIA Phone 1125 Mrs. Elsie Baker Nursing and Housekeeping Stal? for Patients, Comfort NAZARETH NATIUNAL BANK AND TRUST IIUMPANY NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA Checks give a permanent receipt for bills paid. Mary Ellen Breuer and Marianne Buss are making deposits to their checking accounts. Comjblimrntf of NAZARETH MUTUAL INSURANCE GUMPANY NAZARETH, PENNA. formerly the CITIZENS, MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY of Northampton County FARMERS, MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY of Northampton County and NAZARETH MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY X 82 For Enfire Area SECOND NATIUNAL BANK SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA Joyce Karch and Shirley Stimmel have a banking problem to present to Sheldon Keller, teller. The friendliness with which banking matters may be discussed is another reason Why students like to do business at the Second National Bank of Nazareth. Bert of Wifhef to the 1957 f:7'!ZdIL6lf?J' Of Nazareth Senior High School I. W. NEFF LABURATURIES, INC. STOCKERTOWN, PA. NEFOLAC NEP'SLABS for for Phonograph Records Traffic Markings MERIN STUDIUS 1010 CHESTNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA 7, PENNSYLVANIA Betty Franczak poses for her cap and gown portrait All portraits appearing in this book are kept on file Additional orders may be placed by mail. EM? Where Quality Prevcils . E Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1957 SANDERS-REINHARIJT 00. Photo-Engravers 711 LINDEN STREET ALLENTOWN, P H28 Years of Servise' il? MIERS-BACHMAN lITHO. EU. ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA S4 MELUIJY MUSIC HUUSE NAZARETH Our new appliance and television store meets the needs of our growing community, Exclusive Franchise Dealers Featuring pianos by Conn and Lowrey, Lehigh Valleyls Well-known dealers. PEUPLES DUAL 81 SUPPLY CU. STOCKERTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA Phone Nazareth 802 Ready to serve the community with heating oil and kerosene. THE TRUMBUWER C0., INC. EASTON ROAD NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA Phone Nazareth 798 Service abt it: Bert Coal, lumber, building supplies, crushed stone, ready-mixed concrete. fEverything to build anythingj NAZARETH STEEL FABRICATURS, INC. NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA 1957 marks our 25th anniversary. Starting in 1932 with 3 employees, this new plant building completed in 1954 with the most modern fabricating equipment now gives employment to approximately 130, representing an annual payroll ex- ceeding 5750,000. N S F workmanship has placed its fabricated items throughout the entire U.S.A. and foreign countries. Af Modern Industrial Plcmfs NAZARETH MILLS, INC. BELVIDERE 81 WHITFIELD STREETS NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA This is a section of the Sewing Department where the famous Nazareth Brand of children's under- wear is made. 1 Essentials Are Provided N0lF'S FREEZER PLANT 167 SOUTH BROAD STREET NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA Capable meat cutters show Anne Beck Where various cuts on a quarter of beef come from in Chill Room where her Dad is Manager. School groups are given educational tours through the plant to acquaint them with services available to owners of home freezers or lockers available at the plant. . X, , , r BIL RICH, INC. Premix Plant Asphalt Paving Materials Hot and Cold Mix Material TATAMY ROAD NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA Phone 1303 NAZARETH GENERAL PAVING 110 PARK STREET NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA We construct roads, parking areas, and private driveways, with hot and cold bituminous concrete. We distribute asphalt oil and dust oil. Phone Nazareth 22 Products Are Distributed In Shops INDUSTRIES JEWELER I-IERCULES CEMENT CORPORATION L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY, CLASS RINGS Stockertown Walter G. Fly, Representative Pennsylvania 2038 Sycamore Street Bethlehem, Pennsylvania KRAEMER TEXTILES, INC. Nazareth Pennsylvania OFFICE AND SCHOOL FURNITURE NAZARETI-I BUILDING BLOCK Bethlehem Highway, Route 12 R. D. 1, Nazareth, Pa. Manufacturers of Building Blocks - Concrete - Cinder - Litewate NAZARETH CEMENT COMPANY Nazareth Pennsylvania PENN-DIXIE CEMENT CORPORATION A. FRED TREHER Office and School Furniture Easton, Pennsylvania Telephone Easton 7973 Nazareth Pennsylvania ST. REGIS PAPER COMPANY Multi-Wall Bag Division Nazareth, Pennsylvania Before the Wilson football game, N. A. H. S. students present a skit at Upon completing 500 hours of work, Lorraine Buzas the pep rally. a junior, won first prize for her science project at the Lehigh Valley Science Fair. PLUMBING AND HEATIIN SHOOK AND TOTH Plumbing and Heating Contract Phone 4-33 or 1374 NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA As Mr. Benlield looks on, James Finkbeiner presents Coach Christman with the I,eh1gh-Northzunpton League Championship Football trophy. TRANSPORTATION Compliment: Of TRANS- BRIDGE LINES INC. CHARTERED COACHES PHILLIPSBURG, NJ. 5-1125 RESTAURANT CARLDON,S RESTAURANT Sunday Dinners our Specialty May We serve you? Phone 9050 122 S. Main Street NAZARETH PENNSYLVANIA V. ii 2 if 1. Students discuss sports with George Smith, toastmaster for the All-Sports Ba 2. Between courses at the All-Sports Banquet, guests chat. 89 BEAUTY SHOP MARY ANN,S BEAUTY SHOP 107 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania CLOTHING STORE HENRY SCHLEGEL Men's Store Nazareth, Pennsylvania CONTRACTORS FRANK J. TANZOSH, JR. Builder and Contractor R. D. No. 1, Nazareth, Penna. 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 Where Customers Save 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-J DRUG STORE KOEHLER,S PHARMACY Prescriptions 81 Drugs - your REXALL store 35 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania FARM MACHINERY J. A. LOPRESTI Massy Harris New Holland Farm Machinery Sales and Service Stockertown, Pennsylvania Phone Nazareth 604 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 1. Seniors concentrate on their mid- ear chemistry examination. 3 I Time ond Money it E EY I GARAGES ia FOGEL,S GULF AND FUEL OIL SERVICE ,E 5 Broad and Belvidere Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania 5 SEYFRIED MOTORS, INC. 5 Mauch Chunk and Church Streets 'K Nazareth, Pennsylvania g 5 Phone 4800 5 SOLT CHEVROLET Sales 8z Service-Chevrolet and Oldsmobile I 49 South Broad Street i Nazareth, Pennsylvania F HARDWARE DEALER I NAZARETH TOOL AND SUPPLY CO. Peter F. Yeisley, Proprietor I , 150 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania 1 T R t' 4 N.A.H.S. at the Lehigh Valley Call?Ch6i-imergclteg Spelling Baie iii Allentowrirroill . b -I 5 ' U y NAzARETI-I PAPER Box COMPANY Txfecajgglzfl 'SSP James 'C 181 S. Whitfield Street T Nazareth, Pennsylvania NAZARETII PLANING MILL COMPANY REAL ESTATE Sash Doors - Shutters - Blinds - Frames TED LEWIS AND RUTH HOUSER, REALTORS Stairwork - Cabinets 10 S. Front Street Prospect and Green Streets Easton, Pennsylvania Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone 3-0771 ' "The Dificult We do at once. The MISCELLANEOUS Impossible takes a little longer." NAZARETH FAIRGROUNDS AND FARMERS, I MARKET, INC- RESTAURANT , Nazareth, Pennsylvania I WE LTY,S RESTAURANT PAINTING Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking Home-Made Pies and Cakes 148 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania WARREN H. BOWERS Painter and Decorator Floor Sanding and Refinishing Stockertown, Pennsylvania l TRANSPORTATION PLUMBING AND HEATING KUPPLE BUS LINES ALBERT M- TOTH Deluxe Coaches for Charter Plumbing and Heating Contractor Bath, Pennsylvania R. D. No. 3, Phone Nazareth 624 Phone TE 7-2211 UN 8-8533 Nazareth, Pennsylvania PRINTING AND ENGRAVING UTILITIES NAZARETH PRINTING COMPANY BLUE-MOUNTAIN CONSOLIDATED WATER CO. Nazaretll Main Street h Pennsylvania Nazareth, Pennsylvania 91 AUTO STORES NAZARETH AUTO PARTS Prospect and Green Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania CLOTHING STORES BEN CHANE, MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR 60 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania COLLEGE CHURCH MAN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 355 Spring Garden Street Easton, Pennsylvania An Afomic Society KERN'S MEAT MARKET Edward H. Kern, Prop. Home Dressed Meat and Poultry 105 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania OTT'S GROCERY STORE 307 South Broad Street Nazareth, Penna. Phone 256-J M. WYNNE, GROCER 18 North Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania DRUG STORES MENGEIXS VARIETY STORE AND CUTRATE DAIRY, MEAT, AND GROCERY PRODUCTS IQ lm lfVjQjjdgfreEfSen'ia'S BA1AN'S FOOD MARKET 96 Seip Avenue Nazareth and East Lawn, Penna. ROY T. BARNHART 49 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania FRANTZ'S GROCERY STORE 301 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania JOE GEIDER Main and Mauch Chunk Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania JONES MARKET Eggs, Potatoes, Groceries Bethlehem-Nazareth Pike at Brodhead Nazareth Greeting Card Center NAZARETH PHARMACY C. L. Scovell, Reg. Pharmacist, Prop. Prescription Specialists Nazareth's Largest and Finest Drug Store 68 S. Main St., Nazareth Phone 353 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES BUZZARD ELECTRIC Main and Belvidere Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania FEDON ELECTRIC COMPANY 25 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania As part of the assembly-exchange program, dramatic club members prepare to leave for Northampton. Requires The Best ELMO L. FREY Electrical Appliances 39 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania HOWARD F. FOX "Everything in Electric" Bethlehem, R. D. 1 Phone Bethlehem UN 6-1969 R. K. STOUT Electrical Contractor 32 South Main Street Phone 346 Nazareth, Pennsylvania PAUL YOUNGKIN Frigidaire and Easy Dealer Tatamy, Pennsylvania FLORISTS ALPAUGH'S FLOWER SHOP To provide students with a real-life situation, a three-day nursery school was held rn the Homemaking Department. Distinctive Floral Arrangements lor All Occasions 66 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. Phone 317 Rl-lYMER'S FLOWER SHOP 135 South Whitlield Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania 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 COOPER'S MOBILE SERVICE Lubrication-Battery service-Tires- Main Street, Stockertown, Pa. FENSTY'S ATLANTIC SERVICE South Main and Easton Road Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone 9028 Car Washing FINKBElNER'S SERVICE STATION Lubrication-Gas-Tires Tatamy, Pennsylvania S. J. GREGORY GARAGE Studebaker Sales and Service 27 Mauch Chunk Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania R. R. HESS AUTO REPAIRS 142 North Spruce Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania KLIPPLE'S FLYING A SERVICE Nazareth and Bath Highway Phone 9007 KROCK'S GARAGE Phone 9051 or 30-R-1 Nazareth R. D. 1, Nazareth, Newburg, Penna T. F. LEH, INCORPORATED Ford Sales and Service 235 Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania LICHTENWALNER MOTORS Lincoln and Mercury Dealer East Walnut Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Hungry students pass through the cafeteria serving line. GARAGES 8z SERVICE STATIONS fContinuedj Where Customers Save K T FRANK HUTH Sz SONS, INSURANCE in all its Branches 104 South Main St., Nazareth, Penna. Telephone 177 ,IEWELERS R. D. LAMBERT Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania LICI-lTY'S WATCH REPAIR 124 S. Main St., Nazareth, Penna. We carry exclusive high school jewelry VVatches - Keepsake Diamonds G. S. OSWALD 48 Center Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania MESSENLEHNER'S SUNOCO SERVICE MANUFACTURERS A to Z Lubrication 574 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone 9004 NAZARETH MOTOR COMPANY Buick Sales and Service North New Street, Nazareth, Penna. STANNARD'S SERVICE STATION Stockertown Pennsylvania SYSKO'S GARAGE General Repairing-State Inspection Atlantic Gas and Oil Nazareth Pike WELK'S ESSO SERVICE STATION Walnut and New Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania HARDWARE DEALER NAZARET H HARDWARE COMPANY 49-51 Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania INSURANCE ROY S. HAHN Notary Public and Insurance 144 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania BINNY AND SMITH, INC. Easton Pennsylvania H 8: R INDUSTRIES Walnut Street Nazareth, Pennsylvanii C. F. MARTIN AND COMPANY, INC. Nazareth Pennsylvania MESSINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY Tatamy Pennsylvania NAZARETH BURIAL VAULT COMPANY 162 South Green Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania SNYDER MILLING COMPANY 435 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania MISCELLANEOUS CLEWELL'S CIDER MILL R. D. 3, Nazareth, Penna. Apples, Cider, Home-Cooked Apple Butter in Season FRITOS OF CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA, INC. 640 South Spruce Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Time ond Money GERNET'S SHOE STORE 108 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania GRUBE 81 BETTS Sporting Goods 81 Photography 25 South Third Street Easton, Pennsylvania G. C. MURPHY COMPANY Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania NAZARETH SPORTING GOODS Broad and Belvidere Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone 15 36 NORTHAMPTON FARM BUREAU "Owned by Those it Server" Phone Easton 2-0243 Tatamy, Pennsylvania WILLIAM M. SILFIES, Reg. Prof. Engineer Designing, Building, Construction 363 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania MUSIC ANGLEMIRES RECORD SHOP Record Players-Sheet Music-Model Airplanes 40 S. Main Street, Nazareth WILSON ZELLNER 106 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Getzen, Olds, Conn, SML, Martin Freres Used Instruments - Repairs PLUMBERS, CONTRACTORS, PAINTERS AND PAPERHANGERS HERMAN F. BREUER Plumbing and Heating R. D. 2, Nazareth, Pa. Phone 480 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. 3, Nazareth, Pennsylvania Compliments of EAST LAWN SUPPLY CO., INC. Nazareth, Pennsylvania FREDDIE WERNER General Contractor 46 East High Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone 839 Carrying-lighted candles at the Christmas Concert, Glee Club members begin the processional singing Hark! The Herald Angel: Szng. Try Our Area Merchants and See PHOTOGRAPHERS SERVICE SHOPS APOLLO STUDIOS Bangor Nazareth STULL'S PHOTO SERVICE 156 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania RESTAURANTS AND HOTELS AMERICAN HOTEL Frank Horvath, Proprietor 202 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania CHRISTIAN SPRINGS HOTEL Stephen Oswald, Proprietor Dancing at the "Red Barnu THE DUTCH OVEN - FINE FOOD Harold R. Lauifer, Proprietor Bath-Newburg Road, Nazareth, Pa. jOE'S STEAK SHOP Tastiest Steaks Found in Town W'e make orders to go 430 S. Main Street, Phone 659-M SARAH-I DRIVE-IN Velvet Smooth Soft Ice Cream Famous Steak Sandwiches Opposite Nazareth Fair Grounds Route 12, Nazareth, Pennsylvania CHARLIE'S BARBER SHOP Charles DeNardo Main Street, Tatamy, Pennsylvania Compliments of NAZARETH TAXI Richard P. 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