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

 - Class of 1958

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N x x K . X I 1 1 A , 1 1 1 7 ff, L .f , IAA: I ll' ,L ,LL 'Q if .A l A 4 I 1 5 5 Q ,A T? ll A ,4- 4 V if 'Q ex: we fla 5 -X! H 4: qi, , qv IA Ni '51 if. H .H , pk 'ff 7, IJ: rf if ff. K, ji, fl I 5,154 If ! If vs IH !'8k1.lRU R 7 , THE GATEWAY NAZARETH AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL THE COMET Published by the class of 1958 NAZARETH AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL N.AZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA Wlember of Columbia Scholaftic Prem Afffociation flflembfr of Pz?nn.ryIzwa1zia School Prem Afsociaiion FOREWORD Our OPEN ROAD begins in the Moravian community of Nazareth, settled in 1740. Here We work and play and Worship. To some of us the OPEN ROAD beckons to far horizons and great achievernentsg to others, to a happy family life in our own community. Whatever our destination, We have had three happy years along the OPEN ROAD at Nazareth Area Senior High School. Following our football team, participating in the operetta, working out a difficult chemistry experi- ment, or struggling over a math problem or an English theme-all these Will be cherished memories along our OPEN ROAD of the future. Scenes Along The Cpen Road CONTENTS Page: ADMINISTRATIUN AND FACULTY .... 1- S CURRICULUM ...... ,, .... 94 20 STUDENTS. ,. ..,. 21- 44 ACTIVITIES. , ..... -LSE 74 SPORTS. .. ..... 75! 88 ADVERTISEMENTS 894104 Highway Sitting: Mrs. Marguerite Thomas, Charles Schnerr-Trearurer, Wilfred Sheetz-Secretary, john Fox-Prexident, Herbert CobIey-Super- inlendmt, Peter Yeisley, Gustave Fox Standing: Vllilliam Smith, Charles Peischl, Maurice Zellner, Stanley Clewell, William Beck, Elwood Unangst- fire Preriderit NAZARETH AREA JOINT SCHOOL COMMITTEE The Highway Commission and the Business Manager of the Area Joint Schools work many long hours with Mr. Cobley, Superintendent of the Commission, to keep the Highway functioning smoothly and to provide an educational program that will equalize the opportunities for all students traveling on the OPEN ROAD. BUSHKILL TOWNSHIP Vincent Altemose William Beck Floyd Lahr John Lieberman Maurice Zellner STOC KERTOWN John Fox Carl Fry Melvin G. Kaniper Russell Metzgar William A. Schultz JOINT SCHOOL BOARD OFFICERS Prefidmz ....... . . .REVEREND FLOYD R. SHAFER Vue Prendfnz .... ...........,..... J OHN Fox Sfcretary ..,..... . . .WILFRED SHEETZ Treaxurfr .... . . .CHARLES Sci-INERR LOWER NAZARETH TOWNSHIP NAZARETH George Bartron Walter Buss Gustave Fox Lewis Kleintop Norman Millheim TATAMY Hugh Leake Lester Scott Rev. Floyd R. Shafer William C. Smith Frank Sours Woodrow Brong Stanley W. Clewell Robert Nagle Charles P. Schnerr Elwood J. Unangst John E. Urban Peter Yeisley UPPER NAZARETH TOWNSHIP Woodrow Hartzell Charles F. Peischl Frank T. Reichel Leo Shook Mrs. Marguerite Thomas Commission HERBERT F. COBLEY Superintendent Our principal, Mr. Frederick C. Benfield, guides Nazareth Area Senior High School along the OPEN ROAD. Besides supervising the curriculum, student activities, and the building, Mr. Benlield is a friend and counselor to every stu- dent. He tries to resolve problems of students, teachers, and parents to the best of his ability. During the past school year Mr. Beniield has been a co-ordinator and leader in the secondary school evaluation for which We are pre- paring. SUPERINTENDENT OF COMMISSION As Superintendent ofthe High- way Commission, Mr. Herbert F. Cobley is the chief administra- tive and supervisory officer re- sponsible for coordinating the operations of the Area Joint High Schools. Instrumental in upgrading and improving the curriculum for college-minded as Well as for superior students, Mr. Cobley is interested in a developmental program that will meet the needs of the various types of students and provide an equal opportunity to all students from kindergarten through twelfth grade, encour- aging students to reach their highest peak of achievement along the OPEN ROAD. FREDERICK C. BENFIELD High School Principal Stanr1i1zg.'j. Frederic Knecht, Elizabeth Bordner, Elizabeth Sloat, Robert Harding Sitting: Mrs. Ruth McGonigle Qur ELIZABETH SLOAT Senior English The Comet School Publicity J. FREDERIC KNECHT Junior English Blue and White Honor Society Adviser ROBERT HARDING ELIZABETH ISORDNER Junior English . Librarian Sophomore English Library Club Chess Club MRS. RUTH MCGONIGLE Latin II German I and II Oratorical Contest Honor Society Adviser First Aid Club ANDREW BROCK Shop Stagecraft Club Home and Hobby Club Senior Class Adviser FLOYD SCHLEG EL DOROTHY EVERITT Home Economics , F H A Club Glee Club Ensembles - f - .- l3:u'bersl1op Group JPANAELU 1 L Arts and Crags Club N . Stagecraft lub AUCUSI INE . WEINHOFER Come' A" Instrumental Music Majorette Club Band Stmzdirzg' Andrew Brock, Floyd Schlegel, Augustine C. VVeinhofer S1'fl1'ng.' Dorothy Everitt, jean Clute Sm1zd1'1zg.' James Roth, Guy Cump, Adam Shekletski Sitling: Franklyn Kostenbader 6 FRANKLYN KOSTENBADER JAMES ROTH Physics Biology Physical Science I Photography Club Science Fair Projects Senior Play GUY CUMI' ADAM SHEKLETSKI Plane Geometry Chemistry AlK?b1'? H Physical Science II Projecnomst Club Solid Geometry, Trigonometry' Radio Club Engineers Robert Reicbard MRS. BHLVA KOLICSSAR Typing II Introduction to Business Comet Business Blue and WVhite Business MRS. A. ,IANIQ BLEILER Personal Typing Typing I Knitting Club Sophomore Class Adviser Honor Society Adviser MRS. MILDRFD METZ Bookkeeping General Business Arithmetic Senior Class Adviser School Treasurer CHICSTIZR FELVIQR Consumer Ifconomics Commercial Arithmetic American History Mrs. Dolores Brooks, Mrs. Miriam Zell, Quentin Zell, Richard Schmoyer MRS. DOLOR ES BROOKS World History Sophomore English Reading Club QUENTIN ZELL Problems of Democracy Blue and White MRS. MIRIAM ZELL American History Dramatic Club RICHARD SCHMOYPIR World History F T A Club Junior Class Adviser ROBERT RISICHARD Guidance Student Council Honor Society Adviser Junior Class Adviser MRS. VIRGINIA GRAVPIR Shorthand I and II Office Practice Personal Typing Blue and Wliite Typists Sra11.di11g.' Mrs. Virginia Graver, Mrs. Belva Kolessar, Mrs. A. Jane Blciler Sitting: Mrs. Mildred Metz, Chester Felver, Cmissingj 7 Edward Christman, Joseph Amoroso, Guy Owens, .lanet Stewart, Andrew Leh, Robert Weiss, William Trefny JANET STEWART Physical Education Cheerleaders Girls' Athletic Club ANDREW LEI-I Physical Education Health j.V. Football Coach Baseball Coach Faculty Athletic Manager ROBERT WEISS Varsity Basketball Coach Track Coach WILLIAM TREFNY J.V. Basketball Coach MRS. JOSEPHINE TINTERA School Nurse MARY SLOAT Cafeteria Manager MRS. ELAINE DOYLE Secretary to Mr. Benfield MRS. RUTH KLEPPINGER Secretary to Mr. Cobley Our Engineers EDWARD Cl-IRISTMAN Varsity Football Coach Tennis Coach JOSEPH AMOROSO Wrestling Coach Asst. Football Coach GUY OWENS Health Driver Education Asst. ,l.V. Football Coach Standing: Mrs. Josephine Tintera: Sitting: Mary Sloat Mrs. Elaine Doyle, secretary to Mr. Benlield, and Mrs. Ruth Kleppingcr secretary to Mr. Cobley S CURRICULUM As the student approaches the OPEN ROAD of senior high school, four possible courses lie before him - College Preparatory, Secretarial, General Business, and Practical Arts. His choice determines his future vocation. X lVlr. William Gruhbs, the representative from Pennsylvania State University, discusses courses of study with prospective college students on College Night, November 19. Leaving for a future nurses' tea at St. Luke's Hospital in Bethlehem, Pa. on December 2, are il group ofjunior and senior girls. As Harriet Stofllet, Labert Altemose, and Glenn Hertzog look on! Mr. Relclmrd shows them the results of their Iowa tests. Using a picture graph, Mr. Schmoyer explains the progress of world civiliza- tions to Carl Hallinzm, Susan Hooper, antl Karen Monprotle. Under the supervision of Mr. Zell. senior P. D. students prepare to leave for the Nloclel Unitetl Nations Assembly :ir l,iherty High School in Bethlehem. Nlrs. Zell points out the original thirteen colonies to a Alunior American History class. Sfuclying Posf And Presenf Roads Exploring The Roocl As Mr. Shekletski looks on, Ralph lingler explains 3 problem concerning loci to the solid geometry class. ln plane geometry class Mr. Cump proves to Peggy jones and.Roberr Sawyer that the angles opposure equal sldes of a triangle are equal. To Scienfific Knowledge 3. To show how mcrais oxidize in certain solutions, Mr. Sheklerskl performs :ln experiment for one of his chemistry classes. 4. Demosrrziting the physics dep:u'rmcnt's new gennrron, Mr. lxostenhzider produces high charges of static electricity. S. Preparing their poinsertizi plants for biology projects. Gloria Buss, ,inner Kern, :incl Sandra Kepple work in the solarium :is Mr. Roth observes. l. 2. 3. By-Paths To demonstrate the technique of being a gracious hostess to Frances Karlowitch, Miss lfveritt serves Catherine Danner and Brenda Berger. Under the direction of Miss Clute, some of the art students spray weeds :ind :arrange them as attractive center pieces. As Sylvia Feller and Stephen Oswald look on, William Tunzosh removes some enameled jewelry from the kiln. Procficol Living With Loretta Gargerlas a subject..Brencla Male and Carol Reicharcl practice hair styling in homemakmg class. Using the table saw, Charles lVlinnich accurately cuts a boarcl: ,lohn Ferretti makes a dovetail joint with the portable routerg and Thomas Sleeman assembles a bookcase. In Mr. Brockls lndustrial Arts Class Melvin Rinker runs a board through the shaperg Blaine Nlengel and Robert Rum- sey shape a lamp base on the lather: anal Robert Recker smootbs the edge of a board on the jointer. Learning While Sandra Brobston and Gloria Nlitmun write l,zirin sentences on thu hluckhoznrrl, Mrs. Nlcfloniglu chucks for crrors. Mrs. Brooks corrects grzuninzu' in :i sopho- more ltnglish class. 3. Min-r reading Hamffl, Miss Slozir's senior English class enjoys listening ro Maurice livzins' recordings of the play I6 To Communicafe 4 Uslng a llff.ldlN map ln an American Irterature class M1 Knecht pomts our the area In which Mark lwam lxved 'md wrote 5 lo make the Mcrclmnt of Vemcn more 6. meanmgful, M1 Hardmgs sophomore I ngllsh class dl zmatlves the phy By listening to recordings. students in Mrs. McGon1glc's class learn the cor- rect pronunclzmon of German words. mi Taking The Thruwoy l. As Mrs. Metz looks on, Florence l-lofer explains the work sheer in lmookeeping class. While Shirley Magclitch observes, Mrs. GFHVCI' explains the 10-key machine in ollice practice. As Mrs. Gravel' prepares to play a dictation disc, Frances K8FlOXS'lfCh, Betty Hoffman, and Carol Heckman prepare to take dictation. 1 v l 1 4 5 6. Under the guidance of Mrs. Kolessar, girls are PUYYIITK General Buslncss into practice. Mrs. Graver emphasizes the rhyrlnn technique on the full-bank machine ro l'lorencc Holer in of-hee practice. Beginning typing students lcarn to operate the electric rypewrircrs. To Business Preparing For Safe Living I '7 A.. .Using the clriver's Clizzrt, lVli'. Owens explains trziflic regulations to james Flick and Roscnnn Pziukovirs in Driver lzcluczition class. AS Curl Smith awaits liis turn, Mrs. linrera, assisted by l,oretrzi Gzirger, uses the clmrt to test Put Scnsciibaclfs cyus. 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ALTEMOSE Labe . . . good-humored college prep student. . .comical character . . . six-year Student Council mem- ber . . . interested in sports . . future theologian Prom Couzinitfee 2,' Student Council I, 2, 3,' Clee Club I, 2, 3: Barberxliop Group 35 Enfentble 2, 3,' District Clzoruf 2, 3,' Football l'ar5ity I, 2, 3: Trrzcle 1, 2 CHARLES H. ARNDT Charlie . . . pestiferous . . . interested in cars and planes . . . not addicted to school . . . air force plans Senior Play Com mittee 3,' Sporti- uzeu Club I,' Trade 2, 3,' Wreftliug 3 RILEEN M. ALTEMOSE JOHN BAUER lfileen . . . friendly . , . sports fan john . . . carefree general student especially fond of swimming . . . finds school a necessary evil future nurse . . . enjoys hot-rodding Glee Club 35 Atlzletie Club 3,' Chen Club I,' Prom Comuzittee 2 Library Club I, 2, 3 LILLIAN V. BAUER Lillie . . . friendly and con- scientious . . . favorite pastimes are ice skating and square dancing . . . future bookkeeper. Dramatic Club 2, 3,' Firft Aid Club 3,' FHA Club 2 SUSAN B. BEITEL Susie . . . hard-working college prep student. . .auburn haired . . . musically inclined . . . honor roll . . . Robin Roberts' fan . . . plans career in medicine Comet Editorial 3,' Prom Com- mittee 25 Senior Play Committee3,' Student Council I, 2, 3, Oratorical Context Ig Glee Club 1, 2, 3g E11- .veinble I, 2, 3,' Honor Society, Vice Prefizle-nt 2, 3,' District Chorus 3,' Senior Play DOROTHY A. BALTZ EVA V. BENDER Dotty . . . petite blonde . . . Eva . . . quiet . . . blonde . . . neat dresser . . . enjoys all sports plays accordion . . . enjoys roller . . . likes to sew . . . future beau- skating . . . lbnd of driving tician service plans Dancing Club 1,' Athletic Club 2 Knitting Club 2,' Library Club 1, 2, 3 22 7:95 .9ENl0R5' SUSAN H. BOLOGNIA Susie . . . talkative secretarial student . . . possesses a unique laugh . . . Winsome smile. . . future bookkeeper Daneirzg Club 1,-Clee Club I, 2, 3 BRENDA A. BORGER Brenda . . . a blonde with blue eyes . . . conscientious commercial student . . . enjoys cooking and sewing . . . secretarial plans Blue and llflzite Typift 2: Comer Typixt 35 Danring Club I KAY L. BRONG Kay . . . flirtatious . . . vivacious honor student . . . petite and garrulous . . . dramatic ability . . . interested in nursing Band I, 2, 3,' Prom Committee 2,' Senior Play 3,' Dramatic Club I, 2,' Glee Club 3,' Athleiic Club 2, 3,' Honor Society 2, 3 JOYCE M. BICEERT DOLORES M. Buskmk Joyce , . , fatlflllh . . . enjoys Dolores. . .talkat1ve. . . fond of swimming and homemaking . . . swimming and dancing . . . sports future undecided fan . . . future nurse Library Club 2 Chen Club I, Darimug Club I Dramatie Club 35 Fire! Aid Club 1,' Photography Club 25 fllhlezzc Club DIUDITH L. BYRNES Byrnesie . . . tall, dark, and slender . . . peppy majorettc . . . college prep . . . honor roll student . . . enjoys watching and partici- pating in sports . . . plans a teach- ing career lllajorelte I, 2, 3,' Comet Editorial 35 Prom Commitfee 2,' Orzztoriral Contest 1, 25 Clee Club 2, Librarian I, 35 Ensemble 2, 3,' Honor Soriety Treaxurer 2, Secrefary 3 DALE R. BUTZ Butzy . . .wavy auburn hair. .. mischievous and fun loving . . . negative to school . . . class clown Color Guard 2, 3,' Cl1e.t.t Club Ig Senior Play 35 Dramatir Club I, 2, 3,' Football V. 1, 2,' Bareball A.t.r'z'Jtant .Manager I, Manager 2, 3 LORRAINE C. BUZAS Lorraine . . . enthusiastic college prep student . . . a first place winner in 1957 Lehigh Valley Science Fair . . . studious . . . plans to be a biochemist Band I, 2, 3,' Prom Committee 25 Srieuce Fair Prajeetx 1, 2, 3,' Honor Society 2, 3,' Dixtrie! Band 3 SALVATORE F. CALANDRA Sal. . . dark-haired Hashy dresser . . . indiH'erent to school work . . . enjoys pestering teachers . . slick ping-pong player Baxleetball f.V. I, Varsity 25 Chen Club If Trafle 2 CATHERINE L. DANNER Catherine . . . quiet but friendly . . . sports fan . . . especially enjoys horseback riding . . . future secre- tary Library Club 1,' Firrt Aid Club I, 2,' FHA Club 3,' Knitting Club 1, 2, 3 NIE .YENMR5 WILLIAM S. CLEWELI. Billy . . . college prep student . . . reserved but friendly . . . enjoys tennis . . . interested in hunting and fishing Band Quartzrmarfer I,' Prom Cnnzuziztee 2,' Senior Play 35 Dancing Club l,' Phnlograplzy Club 1, 2, 35 Cler Club 2, 3,- Barleerball f.l'. I, 1'ar.fiIy 2, 3,' TKIIll1.,f I, 2, 3 LAWRENCE L. DEUTscH Larry . . . wavy hair . . . aflfahle college prep student . . . :Ill-round athlete . . . hard-charging tackle . . . avid Yankee fan . . . future engineer. Prom Committee 2,' Senior Play Commitree 3,' Dancing Club l,' Sportxmnz Club Ig Fooiball l'ar.r1'ty 1, 2, 3,' Ba.rbe1ballf.l'. I, 1f'Hl'J1'f1V MARIE T. DELUCA Marie . . . friendly . . . enjoys all sports , . . likes to cook . . future secretary Glee Club I. 2, 3 JANET F. CLIFT Janet . . , fair complexion . . quiet and reserved . . . consci- entious commercial student . . . secretarial plans Glee Club 1, 2,' Library Club 2, 3 2,' Bafeball I, 2, 3 MARY ANN DOYLE Mary Ann . . . attractive com- mercial srudent . . . keen sense of humor . . . natural wavy hair swims and rides horseback future beautician Clzzuzr Club 1, 2,' Dancing Club l,' Dftllllllflif' Club 2 TYRONE B. EBERTS Skip . . . football guard . . . enjoys dancing . . . friendly and tlirtatious . . . mischievous . . . service plans Dancing Club l,' Sporlrmen Club l,' Football f.V. 2, Varfily 3: Track 2, 35 Bareball I RICHARD S. EINFALT Dick fl-lumble Kidj . . . shifty halfback . . . amicable and popular . . . habitual gum chewer . . . powerful wrestler . . . mischievous blue eyes . . . Air Force plans Prom Committee 2,' Sportmzen Club 1,' Football l'ar.rity I, 2, 3: Tflf 5ENl0R.S' ERNEST W. FEHNEL Ernie . . . his crew cut his trade- mark . . . a witty chap . . . odd sense of humor . . . school not his primary interest . . . future un- decided. Arty and Crafty Club 2,' Daneiu Club I RALPH M. ENGLER Artie . . . friendly . . . college prep student . . . enjoys hunting and lishing . . . excellent in math . . . indifferent to dancing . . . engineering plans Chex: Club l,' Cornet Editorial 3,' Prom Committee 2: Slagecraft 2,' llfrertling 2,' Honor Soriety 2, 3 HARRY Z. FARNACK Zach . . . quiet and friendly . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . manages the family farm . . . mem- ber of Marine Reserves Craft Club I, 2,' PI'0jfI'l1.0ll1..Vl Club 35 Plzofograplzy Club 1,' Stage- fraft Club 2. 3 ANTHONY C. FERRARO Tootie . . . jovial fellow . . . NAHS Band sax player. . . teacher pest . . . loquacious . . . college plans Band I, 2, 3,' Chen Club I, 2, 35 Senior Play 3,' Dramatic Club I, Z JOHN J. FERRETTI John . . . mischievous industrial arts student . . . enjoys mystery movies . . . not particularly fond of school . . . plans to enter the armed forces Craft Club I, 2,' Homemaleing and Hobby Club 3,' Photography K 1 f v w THERESA J. FAssL Tessie . . . peppy . . . college prep student . . . platinum blonde . . . participates Whole-heartedly in school activities . . . future teacher Baud I, 2, 3,' Blue and llfhite Editorial I, Asforiate Editor 2, Co-Editor 3,' Comet Layout 3,' Prom Committee 25 Honor Soriety 2, 3,' Senior Play Committee 3,' Student Council I, 2 Club Ig Stagecraft Club 2, 3 25 PETER A. FERRETTI Pete . . . hard-working college prep student . . . stage handyman . . . enjoys shop . . .likes hunting and fishing . . . future undecided Chen Club 3,' Projertioniyt Club 35 Stagecraft Club 1, 2, 3 NIE SENIOR! RICHARD D. FRACE Reds . . . guess wl1y??? . . .enjoys fishing in his leisure time . . . sports enthusiast . . . future undecided Dancing Club I ROY A. FRACK Frackie . . . avid archery fan . . . lover of good music . . . hard charging guard . . . dry sense of humor . . . college plans Art: and Craffr Club Ig Stage- craft Club I,' Glee Club I, 2, 3,' Barberfhop Group 35 Emenible 3,' Foolball I, 2, l'ar,rity 3,' Traeh 1,' llfrextlirzg I,' Di.ftric1 Clzoruf 3 JAMES A. GOSTONY Gontz . . . friendly and ffirtatious . . . happy-go-lucky general student . . . rugged football end . . . loyal Phillies fan . . . service or business college plans Blue and White Editorial I, flrroeiate Editor 2, Co-Editor 35 Dancing Club 1,' Sportxenen Club I,' Football Var.f'ity I, 2, 3,' Baxleefball j.V. I THELMA J. Gown Thelma . . . tacirurn and re- served . . . enjoys reading and ice- skating . . . interested in Girl Scouts . . . future secretary Firft Aid Club 2,' Knitting Club 2, 35 Library Club I GERALD L. GULICK Jerry . . . lanky general student . . . entered NAHS from Washing- ton, New jersey . . . favorite hobby is souping up engines . . . plans to enter U.S. Coast Guard RUTH E. HAFFLING Ruthie . . . quiet and friendly commercial student . . . con- scientious worker . . , enjoys cooking and sewing . . . future secretary Knitting Club 2,' Library Club I, 2, 3 N.ANCY HAMEL Nancy . . . enthusiastic cheer- leader captain . . . neat dresser ...artistically inclined . . . pleasing smile . . . enjoys dancing and swimming . . . future nurse Cheerleader j.l'. 1, l'arf1'ty 2, Captain 35 Come! Ar! 3,' Glee Club Ig Athletic Club 3 SALLY A. HARTMAN Sally . . . slim figure . . . neat dresser . . . quiet in class . . .active in sports . . . excels in dancing . . . nursing plans Dancing Club l,' First Aizl Club I,' Photography Club 2,' Athletie Club 2, 35 Clze.r.r Club I DAVID HENDERSHOT Dave . . . friendly and quiet , . . member of 4-H Club . . , enjoys hunting . . . hand fl'Om- bonist . . . :nirforce plans Banff l, 2, 35 Clien Club l, 2: Stagfrraft Club 1, 2, 3 GEORGE R. HERCEG George . , . hard-plugging guard . . . populzir . . . possesses a keen mind . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . interested in scouting . . . college plans Cla.t.r Fire President 1, 2, Prefi- denl 35 Prom Comm ittce 25 Danring Club I,' Sportfmcn Club I,' Studfnr Cruuzcil I, 2, 35 Football l'ur.vity I, 2, 3g Wrestling 2, 3,' Honor Society 2, Pl'E.f1.dK1Zl 3 THE .S'ENl0R5' CAROL A. HECRMAN Carol . . . came to NAHS from Northampton as a senior . . . enjoys music . . . friendly com- mercial student . . avid sports fan . . . future stenographer Comft Tyjnift 35 Glef Club 3 QGLENN H. HERTZOG Glenn . . . grotesque sense of humor . . . inquisitive mind , . . indisposed to work . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . college plans fffff arzzl Craftr Club I, 2,' Band 1, 25 Dancing Club I,' Stagecraft Club I, 2,' Tennis 2 FLORENCE M. HOFER Florence . . . amiable . . . dark complexioned . . .striking eyes . . . fond of polka dancing . . . future secretary Craft Club 25 Blue and W'lziIe Typifz 2,' Cornet Typist 35 Dancing Club I,' Knitting Club I,' Photo- graphy Club 2,' Honor Society 2, 3 BETTY J. HOFFMAN Betty . . . aH"ahle commercial student . . . dependable and hard- working . . likes bowling and swimming . . . secretarial plans Comet Typift 35 Clcz Club 2,' Library Club I, 2, 35 Honor Society 3 .IOANN M. JOHNSON JoAnn . . . friendly college prep student . . . talkative . . . neat dresser. . . high-stepping majorette ...avid sports fan . . . future nurse lllajorette I, 2, 3g Comet Layout l, 2, 3 and Editorial 35 Prom Co-mnzitlee 2,' Student Council I,' Honor Society 3 MELVIN JONES jonesy . . . big tease . . . fast football end . . . outstanding in track . . . likes to dance . . . future undecided FTA Club 3,' Football j.l'. I, l'ar.vity 2, 3,' Sportfrnen Club l,' Track I, 2, 3,' Arty and Craft: Club I, 2 SANDRA L. JONES Sandy . . . well-liked . . . wavy hair . . . neat dresser . . . quiet class . . . nursing plans Knitting Club l,' Photography Club 2,' Althletir Club 2, 3,' Dancing Club I JOANNE B. KELLER JoAnne . . . friendly . . . Band majorette . . . enjoys music . . future secretary rllajorette 35 Clee Club 2, 3 Enfenzble 3 Ulf .S'fNl0R.Y in Ast-IER J. KAHLER Asher . . . a serious student . . . swimming enthusiast . . . enjoys tennis and football . . . active in Boy Scouts . . . college plans Arty and Crrrftf Club I,' Sportf- meu Club 1,' Siuzlenf Council Ig Clee Club 2, 3,' Harberfhop Group 35 Enfenzble 2, 3: Football 1, lvmzrify 2, 35 Bafhelball 1,' Terznzlr I. 2, 35 DI-,l'lI'I-fl Chorur 3 FRANCES E. KARLOWITCH Francie . . . fun-loving and dependable student . . . enjoys cooking . . . fond of polka dancing . . . secretarial plans Blue and Wl1z'!e Typift 2,' Come! Typist 3,' Clan' Trearurer 3,' Dancing Club 25 Plzofograplzy Club 2,' tllagazlne Campaign. flirt. Manager 2, ll1tI7l!1gt'f 3,' Honor Society 2, 3: K11i!z1'1zg Club I ALBERT I. KEPPEL Bert . . . friendly college prep student . . . enjoys all spor activities . . . avid bowler . . future accountant or bookkeepe F.T.fI. Club 3: Football I l'ar,rity 2, 35 Clzerf Club I EIOANNE M. KESTER Joanne . .. 1957 Miss Anthracite ofthe Lehigh Valley . . . high- stepping majorette . . . fond of all sports . . . future nurse rllajorette I, 2. 3,' Prom Com- mitlee 2,' Dmmalic Club 1,' Clee Club Ig Honor Sorleiy 2, 3 SHIRLEY M. KEMMERER Shirley . . . pleasant disposition . . . hunting and sewing her favorite pastimes . . . future undecided Knitting Club 1,' Library Club 1, 2,3 t 1. 1 NANCY -I. KINDT Nancy . . . our snappy head majorette . . . attractive . . . wavy hair . . . neat dresser . . . good dancer . . . enjoys and participates in most sports . . . future nurse .Majorette I, 2, Head 3,' Prom Commiztfe 25 Knitling Club 1,' Student Council 2, Treafurer 3,t Glee Club I, 2,' Athletic Club 3 CAROLINE C. KING Caroline . . . quiet commercial student. . .enjoys cooking, sewing, and dancing . . . avid football fan . . . future secretary Craft Club l,' Avlllilflllg Club I,- Clef Club 2, 3 ORAINE A. KONTIS Craine . . . congenial college prep student . . . possesses a laugh all her own . . . enjoys knitting . . . future undecided Dl'd17ldl7-C Club l, 2, 3,' FHA Club 35 lXV711'llI'lIg Club l,' Photo- graphy Club 2 MELVIN D. KRESGE Mel . . . NAHS grappler . . . stocky build . . . mischievous jokestcr . . . Navy plans Clze,r.r Club 1, 2,' Il07lIt?fI1llk1'7Ig and Hobby Club 3,' Slagetraft Club 2,' Sporrmieu Club l,' Slmp Club 1,' lVre.rfli11g 2, 35 Baseball I PAULA F. KLINE Paula . . . tall and friendly college prep student . . . ardent sports fan . . . cafeteria cashier . . . dance enthusiast . . . future nurse Prom Committee 2,' Dancing Club I,' Knitling Club Ig Clee Club I, Z,' Azlzlefic Club 3,' Seufor Play Com- 111 irree 3,' Honor Society 2, J JANET A. KOCHER Janet . . . happy-go-lucky and carefree . . . roller-skating her favorite pastime . . . secretarial work Comet BuJine.f,v 3,' Clee Club I, 2, 35 Library Club 2 JANET L. KURTZ Kurtzie . . . friendly . . . slim and energetic . . . enjoys dancing . . . active in sports . . . nursing plans Chen Club I,' Prom Committee 25 Dancing Club If Dramatic Club l,' Photography Club 2,' fltlzletic Club 2, 3 HARRY E. LANCE Harry . . . keen sense of humor . . . Rock 'n Roll addict . . . easy going and friendly . . . school a necessary evil . . . Air Force plans Arif and Crqfli Club 2,' FTA Club 3,' Science Fair Projeclf I,' Fooiball V. I,' Tracle I, 2 NANCY A. LEE Nancy . . . pcppy and athletic . . . enjoys hunting, swimming, and ice skating . . . future beau- tician Cher: Club 1,' Comet Bu.fz'ne.t,f 35 Prom Committee 2,' Dremzafic Club l, 2,' Science Fair Projectx I, 2, 3,' Clee Club 2,' flflzlefic Club 3 THE 5ENl0R5 LARRY W. LEWIS Louie . . . all-round athlete . . . al'l'able college prep student . . . enjoys bowling . . . hard-driving halfback . . . future physical education instructor 141-15 and Craftx Club l,' Daufing Club Ig FTA Club 35 Sp0l'lJ'7llt'Il Club 1,' Football l'ar.f1'ly 1, 2, 3,' Bafbetball I, 1'111'tiIy 2. 3,- Bafeball I: Prom Comm liflff 2 RUTH L. MCGONIGI.E Ruth . . . quiet and demure secretarial student . . . avid reader . . . willing worker . . . secretarial plans Blue and W'bz'ie Ed!-lD7'l'Gl I, fl.t,v011'aIe Erlifor 2, Co-Eriifor 3 GWEN O. LICHTENWALNER Gwen . . . pesty . . . loquacious . . . not too fond ol' school . . . enjoys playing basketball . . . future beautician Atlzlelic Club 2 VINCENT J. LUBURICH Vince . . . mischievous . . . enjoys dancing . . . active in sports . . . fond of bowling . . . plans ro enter armed forces Dancing Club I: FT!! Club 3,' Sp01'1.r111e11 Club l,' Clem' Club 1, 2,' Football f.l'. 1. l'a1'.r1'1y 2, 3,' Basketball I BLAINE A. MENGEL Blaine . . . blue eyes . . . Well- liked . . . ardent sports fan . . . baseball shortstop . . . outstanding in basketball SpClI'l.V'7I1t'lI Club I,' Basleffball j.l'. I, l'a1'.vi1y 2, 35 Baffball 2, 3, lllzuiager I LARRY L. MENGEL Smiley . . . tall and friendly . . . mathematical whiz . . . outstanding track star. . . all-round athlete . . . future scientist xfrif and Crafir Club I: Razllu Club l,' Sr1'f11r1' Fair P1"7j2'c!.t 2, 3,' SfJfJfI,i'Hl67I Club l,' Football l'a1'x1'ty l, 2, 3,' 1311.rl'e1l1all l, 1'a1u'1'7y 2, 35 Track I, 2, 3 SHIRLEY A. MAGDITCH Shirley . . . soft-spoken com- mercial student . . . likes to read and dance . . . enjoys journalistic work . . . future secretary Band I, 2,' Blue 117751 Wlll-If Edz'la1'z'al I, 2, C0'lllfbI-lflf 35 Drauza- fic Club I, 2: Hrnzm' Soriety 3 ARTHUR R. MILI.ER Art . . . ellicient Student Council "Vw president . . . popular . . . rare "" I - f i n sense of humor . . . hard-fighting quarterback . . . honor roll . . . V ' future industrial engineer IIA 1101101 sway 2, 3,- cum C111111, 1 Clan President I, 2: Prom Com- uziiref 2,' Sfnior Play C0111111iz'te1f 25 -". V, Sporunzfaz Club I,' Siudeut Comiril ' 'Z:'--',. .':l 1. 2, P,-at-1',12111 3,1 Glfe 011111 1, 2. 3, ,..' Barberrliop Group 3,' Ezzfemblf 2, i" A VE 3,- Dmfft-1 Clzoruf 3,4 Foofball f.1'. I 1, 111111131 2, 3, BQJMLQ11 1.1. 1, V? ,,.:VV. Vi Vary-ity 25 llf'1'2,ttl1'ug 3 4 gay: 3 i ,iff E321 a MSW ' N 1 -' . ,,,, 5 53 It .QW I wifi ff? gang ' ,H Hal , li A X -3 A Id 'flip K Wt Iv YI M g K 1. 5 ' gyjrfg. ' , - . ' bqjy gy: VIRGINIA L. MONPRODE Ginny . . .one of our climinutiv majorettes . . , sports fan . . loves ice skating and horseback riding . . . huslness college plans lllajoretif 2, 35 Blue and Wlzff Burinen' 35 Daufifzg Club I,' Dramatif, Club I STEPHEN T. Moosci-1 Stevie . . . full of fun . . . physic a tough problem . .. . school a necessary evil . . . interested in scouting Clzefr Club I, 2, 3,' Prnjfcfionirl Club 3: Gln' Club 1, 2 Tfif 5'fNl0R.S' CHARLES H. MINNICI-I Charlie . . . tall and thin . . . one of the hor-rodders . . . mis- chievous . . . dyed-in-the-wool trout hshermzln . . . enjoys tinker- ing with cars . . . future mechanic Prom Commitlef 2,' Drauzaiir Club 2,' Homemukfug and Hobby Club 3,' Srirnre Fair Prnjectr I E' E S MARILYN R. MYERS Marilyn . . . fair complexioned . . . quiet and reserved . . . enjoys swimming and hunting . . . future homemaker Firft Aid Club 2,' FHA Club .3',' Gln' Club 2 ROSALIE A. NAGY Rosalie . . . soft-spoken com- mercial student . . . fun-loving. . usually quiet . . . a giggler . . probnhle secretary Dauflng Club I,' Clee Club I flthleffc Club 2 ROBERT S. PRITCHARD Pritchard . . . Z1 popular chap . . II slow :Incl deliberate thinker . . full of fun when you know him . . . future engineer Arif and Crafty I,' Baud 1, Siu den! Direrlor 2, 35 Snzior Play 3,' Danfing Club I,' Student Countil 35 Glee Club 2, 3,' Barberfhap Cmup 3,' Enffuzble .ig Trafle I, 2, 3,' D1',rtr1'rt C1I.0l'14..f 3,' 1101101- Sociely 3 1 EDWARD E. PFLUGLER Eddie . . . seemingly quiet . . . college prep student . . . enjoys tinkering with cars . . . one of our hot-rodders . . . dislikes dances Chefs Club I DONALD R. PHILLIPS Donald . . . a happy-go-lucky fellow . . . full of fun and mischief . . . smooth talker . . . Pl good student . . . future engineer Art: and Craftr Club I,' Comet Edilorial 3,' Prom Couzmfftee 2,' Dramafir Club 2, 35 Srienfe Fa-if Projrrrx I,' Oralorz'fal Context I, 2 Clay: Secretary I, Ililforiau 35 Camnzilfee 2,' Dancing Club I5 PAULA R. REBER Paula . . . vigorous cheerleader . . . amiable smile. .. poetical . . . enjoys swimming, reading, and art . . . college plans Clzeerlearler 2, l'arfz'ly 35 Comet Ediinrzlil 35 Clan' Treaturez' 1, 2,' Prom Committee 25 Oratorital Context 25 .Magazine Campaign Arif. lllauager 2, Manager 35 Clee Club I, 2, 35 Eiureuzble 2, 35 Honor Socieiy 2 JUDITII A. REIMER judy . . . petite and cute . . . co-captain of cheerleaders . . . full of pep . . . athletic . . . many activities in school and out . . . plays marimba . . . future nurse Clzeerlearlm V. I, l"a1'rlty 2, 35 Prom Committee 25 Senior Play 3,' Student Council 1, 2, Secretary 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Iinfeuilzle 2, 35 Diftrict Clzoruf 3 NIE SE ROBERT W. RECKER Recker . . . friendly and mis- chievous . . . neat dresser . . . hot-rodcler . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . navy plans Sp0ff.f7I16?I Club I5 Foolball I5 lyrestlfug I MARGARET A. REICHART Margaret . . . avid reader . . , strong Dodger fan . . . haseball her favorite sport . . . future office worker Crqfi Club 25 Library Club 2, 3 lVl0R5' ALBERT B. RICHARDS Richards. . .shrewd chess player . . outstanding artistic ability . . . friendly . . . service plans Color Guard 2, 35 Cher: Club I. 2, 35 Come: Ar! 3,'D!I11t'IlI1g Club lf Ilnnor Society 3 LEON W. RINEHART J. J .... mischievous practical arts student . . . pestiferous . . . finds school a necessary evil . . plans career with Marines Clzerx Club I, 25 Ilomenmleing mul Hobby Club 35 Stagerrufl Club 35 Shop Club 25 lVre.rllfng 3 SHIRLEY A. RENNER Shirley . . . general business student . . . enjoys knitting, crocheting, and dancing . . . future mill Worker Arflflllillg Club 2, 3 lwju We , , M, M., -,:.-, ,.,.., . ,..: r S3 ,.... .,.. . - - .I G s e' '-sem ap, 4 if ggsg 5 , lgeiqtzgff ,,t , 9, X ,.. ,R ,, ,frees 1 ' t :sg wigge 1 we W s A gf A 15 Q gb! Q5 if y if . any 4' igstl' 3 ef, lt, ' ft K R X Ir X 5 . t ae 6 sg A I 1 5 I afs s A, .t st f , t 2 . , I 3 I -A . A: -:sf ' 3357379 "'2:.:3' at, 3' X Q PATRICIA M. RINKER Pat . . . a congenial college Prep student . . . always willing to lend a helping hand . . .industrious . . . enjoys dancing and swimming . . , future teacher llouor Soriely 2, 35 Comet Edi- Znrlal 35 Clam Sefrelary 35 Prom FTA Club 35 Glee Club I, 2, 35 Ememble 3 CHARLES RITTER Charlie . . . friendly but mis- chievous . . . main hobby is puttering with cars . . . enjoys golf . . . infrequently attends school . . . hopes to attend prep school THE SENIOR! .V ff ,. CAROL L. RULOFF Carol . . . friendly commercial student . . . enjoys playing piano and organ . . . avid sports fan . . . plans to enter secretarial Held. Comet Buximmv 3,' Dancing Club Clzefx Club 1, 2, 3,' Danfing Club I,' Dramatic Club 2, 3 .IOSEPH D. RIZZA Joe . . . tall . . . well-liked . . . outstanding baseball slugger . . . sports enthusiast . . . ardent Yankee fan . . . service plans Sporlmieri Club I,' Glef Club I, 2. 3: Football I,' Bafleefball j.l'. I,' Barrball l, 2, 3 CHARLES il. ROTH Charlie . . . quiet and reserved ...member of 4-H club . . .enjoys farming . . . avid baseball fan . . . service plans Plzolograplzy Club I,' Sparfinzrn Club l EDITH J. RUNDLE lfdie . . . freckles . . . dark- haired commercial student . . . likes cooking, dancing, and swim- ming . . . future secretary Blue and llflziie Editorial 2, Typixr 35 FII!! Club 3 GRACE A. SANDT Grace . . . friendly . . . a willing worker . . . enjoys reading and dancing . . . future secretary Blur and While Editorial 2 I,' Drauzalif Club 2, 3,' C-'lee Club I, 2, 35 Enxemblz 3 LINA F. Rori-1 Lina . . . friendly . . . talented musician . . . frequently represents NAHS at State and District musical organizations . . . hobbies -music, music, music. . .plans to enter college Baud 1, Sanitary-T1'ea.tu1'er 2, Treafurfr 3,' Diffrift Baml 1, 2, 3,' Stair Orcheftra 2,' Blue and While Ediiorial I,' Prom Coumzitree 2,' Dramatic Club If Glee Club 2, 3,' Eozfemble 2, 3: Diflrift Clioruf 2, 3,' Dirlrirt Orrlmrira 1, 2, 3g Sian' Band If Hmmr S0!'l.'?fj' 3 33 CHARLES P. SCHAADT Hoagy . . . interested in art . . . ping-pong enthusiast . . . member of football squad . . . enjoys swimming . . . future state police- man Art: and Crafts Club 1, 2: Dramatic Club 35 Sportxnzerz Club 1: Football 1. l"ar.rity 2, 35 Track I, 2, 3 7:95 .S'ENl0R.S' H. JOHN SCHLEGEL John . . . friendly . . . has an ever-ready smile . . . plays French horn . . . neat dresser . . . likes dancing and sports . . . college plans Band I, 2, 35 Comet Editorial 35 Prom Committee 2,' Senior Play 35 Dancing Club 1,' Dramatic Club If GARY B. SCHLEICHER Gungha . . . mischievous com- mercial student . . . avid bowler and pool shark . . , loyal Milwaukee fan . . . future undecided Stageeraft Club 3,' Sportfmen Club 1,' Glee Club 2,' Football Alert. .Manager I, 2, lllanager 35 Barleet- ball Ant. lllanager 1, Manager 2 CHARLES A. SCOBO Scobo . . . fun loving and mis- chievous . . . likes hunting and fishing . . . not addicted to school or assignments Clze.r.r Club I,' Stagerraft Club 2 , Glee Club 2, 35 Track 2 CONRAD C. SHIMER Connie . . . popular college prep student. . .a tease . . . good-looking . . . outstanding all-round athlete . . . college plans Clarr Vive Prerident 3,' Prom Committee Z,' Senior Play Com- mittee 3,' Daneing Club I,' Student Council I, 2, 35 Glee Club I, 2, 3,- Honor Society 2, 3,' Football Varrity 1, 2, 3,' Basketball lfarrity 1, 2, 3,' Barbershop Group 3,' Bareball I, 2,' Di.rtritt Cltoruf 3 BEVERLY C. SMITH Beverly . . . optimistic, under- standing, and industrious . . . college prep student . . . ardent sports fan . . , foncl of dancing and swimming . . . future nurse Comet Layout I, 2, 3 and Edi- torial 35 Clair Secretary 2,' Prom Committee 25 Student Council 1,' Honor Soriety 2, Trearurer 35 Senior Play Committee 3 JOSEPH A. STAH1, Joe . . . class clown . . . enjoys oil painting. . .hunting and Hshin enthusiast. . .navy plans Blue and Wh1'te Typift 3: Glee Club 2, 3: Football V. I JUDITH C. SMITH Judy . . . talkative and friendly . . . peculiar laugh . . .likes dancing and swimming . . . future air line hostess Blue and Wlzite Editorial 2, Typirt 3,' FHA Club 3 CECELIA A. SNYDER Cecelia . . . peppy . . . radiant . . . six-year Band member . . . sports enthusiast . . . neat dresser . . , future teacher Band I, 2, 35 Prom Committee 2,' FTA Club 3,' Glee Club I, 2, 3g Enremble 2, 3,' Dirtriet Choruf 2, 3,' Honor Soeiety 2,' Danring Club I 3 MARGARET A. STARR Starkj' . . . friendly . . . enjoys life . . . fond of swimming and ice skating . . . likes to dance . . . future secretary Band 1, 2g Firfi .I-lui' Club If FHA Club 2, 3: Library Club I l-IARRIET S. STOFFLET Harriet . . . ambitious and in- dustrious blonde . . . persuasive . . . zealous chatterbox . . . ardent sports fan . . future teacher Prom Commflife 2,' FTA' Club 3,' Glee Club l, 2. 3: Ellffllllllt' 3 Tflf 5ENl0R.S' FLORENCE G. STAMPF Flossie . . . jovial commercial student . . . fond of dancing . . . strong Yankee fan . . . cheerleader . . . future secretary Clifrrlfarler 2. Varrily 3 GLORIA ANN C. STROBL Gloria . . . friendly commercial student. . .active and mischievous . . enjoys swimming and ice skating . . . fond of dancing . . . secretarial plans Fl.I'.Vl mild Club I: FIIJ Club 2, 3,' Llbrary Club l WILLIAM bl. TANZOSH liill . . . flirtatious college prep student . . . interested in hot- rodding . . . active in dramatics . . . future engineer Arif and Crqffr Club I, Z5 Color Cuarrl 2, 35 Come! B1tJ'f7IE.fJ' 3,' Senior Play 35 Dramaiir Club I, 2,' Slagffrqff Club I, 2. 3 DOI.oREs A. TAVIANINI Tavy . . . popular commercial student . . . peppy majoretre . . . 1 3 L M F pe. Q If E L. :- Ang . V --It if -' . O 'tffsfc 3, 1 , I its-. 4 EDWARD A. TIMAR Ed . . , a sound rcasoner . . . sharp mathematician . . . Yankee fan . . . friendly though quiet . . . college plans Phorngruplzy Club I, 2: Senior Play 3 sports minded . . . faithful Student Council worker . , . future switch- board operator and receptionist Arif am! Crqftf Club l,' Craf! Club I,' lllajurefte I, 2, 3: Pram Commilfef 2,' Druiriug Club I,' Flrff Aid Club l,' A7711-lf!-Hg Club 3,' Sfurlful Coiuiril I, 2, 35 fftlrlftlt Club 2, 3 ROBERT H. THOMPSON Bobby . . . friendly and talka- tive . . . comical character . . . enjoys dancing . . . fishing en- thusiast . . . future mortician Band I, 2: Dancing Club I,' Clee Club I, 2, 3 BARBARA A. TINTERA Babs . . . loquacious . . . Band Flutist . . . enjoys sports . . . smooth dancer . . . future nurse Band 1, 2, 35 1Jl'll771fl11iC Club 1, 2, 3: FHA Club 3,' lX'71lff1'71g Club l, 2,' Glee Club 1, 25 Atlzlfiir Club I, 2 EDWARD S. TINTERA Fdward . . . gifted pianist . . . Hirtatious chatterbox . . . smooth dancer . . . unusual laugh . . . musical career Band 1, 2, 3,' Prom C077117llllEE 2,' Senior Play 3,' Dancing Club l,' Drnmatir Club 1,' Glen' Club 1, 2, 35 Enxemble 2, 3 .IEANETTE E. TOTH Jeanette . . . coal-black hair . . fun-loving commercial student . . . strictly a Yankee fan . . . enjoys polka dancing . . . future beautician illajorette 2, 3: Dancing Club I,' Gln, Club 1, 2 PATTY A TOTH Pat . . . fun-loving . . . great talker . . . excellent speller . . . hard Working and reliable . . . six- year Band member . . . enjoys music . . . future nurse Band I, Librarirm 2, 35 Diftrift Baud 2, 35 Come! BlLY1.7lt'.U' 3,' Prom Couzmittef 2,' Se-nlor Play Com- mittee 35 Danfiug Club I,' Clfe Club I, 2, 3,' Emfmble 2, 3,' DIiJ'lf1'Cl Clzoruf 3,' Honor Snrifty 2 THE 5flVl0R5' ROBERT F. UNANGST Bob . . . serious and industrious . . . came from Liberty High as a junior . . . good speaking voice . . . service plans Honor Sorfefy 2, 3 BARBARA A. UNGER Barbara . . . a quiet student . . . enjoys home economics . . . TV addict . . . future housewife FHA Club 2, 35 l,1'b1'm'y Club I ALICE L. TRINKLEY Alice . . . a quiet commercial student . . . enjoys movies and ice skating . . . secretarial work Firzff Jul Club 1,' Library Club 1, 2, 3 f:g,qvU ' ' -it V If -, , 1 1, :', "I 5 a 'Wa il: fi fig ..,., Q 27 J gi., , A fri. My M ,, ,. .. J 2 JOYCE E. VONSTEUBEN Joyce . . . plays glockenspiel in Band . . . naturally quiet . . . enjoys piano playing and horse- back riding . . . secretarial plans Band 1, 2, 35 Blue and Wlzue Typift 3,' Kzlilring Club 1, 2 HIE' SHIIORS JUDITH A. WAGNER Judy . . . talkative . . . six-year Band member. . . college prep . . . likes baseball and swimming . . . future beautician Band 1, 2, 35 Blur and Wlzltr Editorial I, Arxorlatr Eclzftor 2, Co-Editor 35 Knitting Club If Honor Sofirty 3 LARRY L. WALTER Jake . . . alzfable college prep student . . . interested in hunting and Hshing . . . has a laugh all his own . . . future engineer Art! and Crafir Club I, 2,' Sporirnzm Club 1,' Senior Play 35 W1'r:tli11 g I 'fe fwfr E5 'xx ew. Q fn 2 PAUL H. WERKHEISER Paul . . . friendly commercial student . . . sure-fielding second baseman . . . enjoys football . . . plans to play professional baseball or enter the navy Sportrmmz Club 1: Borfball I, 2, 3 JACOB WIERSMA ,lake . . . happy-go-free . . . a lively fellow . . . mischievous at times . . . sports enthusiast . . . interested in hunting Projfttlortixt Club 35 Art: and Craftf Club 25 Photography Club I,' Stagecraft Club 1, 2, .3gFoo1ball Ant. llflanager 2, lllauager 3,'Ba.fr- ball I, 2, 3,' Shop Club I BARRY L. WOOLB ERT Barry . . . fleet-footed fullback . . . neat dresser . . . Yankee fan . . . pleasant smile . . . future barber Danrlng Club I,' Sportmnfm Club 1,' Student Courzril 25 Comet Bufirzefr 3,' Clee Club 35 Football Vanity 1, 2, 3,' Tracle 35 Bare- ball I, 2 ARTHUR C. J. YOB Arthur. . . sleepy . . . member of Nlarine Corps Reserve . . . basket- ball and football fan . . . enjoys fishing . . . future farmer Photograplzy Club I,' Stagrcraft Club 2 JANET M. WILKEN Janet . . . tall and quiet . . enjoys and participates in most sports . . . Band member . . future homemaking teacher Band I, 2, .lg Dramatic Club 2 FHA Club 3,' Knitting Club I, 2 Athletic Club 2 DAVID R. YOST Dave , . . enjoys hunting . . avid sports follower . . . good softball player . . . quiet but friendly . . . future linotypist Photography Club I 7:95 .S'ENl0R5 I-IILDA H. YOUNG KENNETH R. ZELLNIER Hilda . . . taciturn . . . likes to Lefty . . . quiet . . . speedy full- read . . . lond of knitting . . . hack . . . avid movie fan . . . enjoys enjoys watching TV . . . future all sports . , . plans to work in sicictaq eement mill or steel industry lxvrzitfing Club 2, 3: Lfllrzlry Photography Club I. 25 Football Seniors Are Active Along The Woy Before Christmas Mrs. McGonigle's senior German students sing carols in the halls. Seated: Mrs. Metz. Patricia Rinker, hluditli Reimer Sm1zd'ing.' Mr. Brock, Conrad Shimer, Frances Karlowitcli, George Herceg Cabsentj SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Prerzden! ..........,.,..,..... . . .GEORGE HERCEG Vice Prerident ..., . . .CONRAD SHIMER Secretary ....... ...,., P ATRICIA RINKER Trea.rurer, . . . . .FRANCES KARLOWITCH Hiftorian. . . ..,..,.. JUDITH REIMER Advirerr. . .... Mrs. Mildred Metz Andrew Brock 3. Chemistry students make up an experiment after school. 38 Unclerclossmen Porficipofe In School Acfivifies JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Roixi5R'r KOSTISNHAIJER Prfrizlfvzt ,lol-IN DoNEL1,o l'1're PfE.fI.!!f7ll ANN I,FOl'OIrD Sl'L'l'l'lI1I'V 'W RoN,xl.n Brr'rN1zu Trnu' Il rm' Ronmrr R IEICHARID ANI: RICHARD SCHMOYIER .'11lvI',rf'r,r I. yawn: I2el1e?',CEolIgertl,Ann Sheklerski were Lehigh 3. Doreen Yeakel was high salesman in the magazine tl fy .pe ing ee 0n1e.vfa2zf.r. qmnpaign. 2. Suafrd.' Ronald Bittner. Ann l.eopold, lohn Donello - - - . S 1' ,,A. 'VIZ SI , Q , l, , 4. Seated: -ludy bllIIl'llCVVCllCI', Mrs. Bleiler, Carol Sue Rtgzimillffl l I mmolu' Robmt Kostmhddu' Ml' johnson Sf!I7ldf7Ig.'JOSClJl'I Merola, Bruce Burley SOPHOMORIC CLASS OFFICERS josizru NIIZROIA Prnizlmzt CAROL SUE -IoHNsoN fire Prfrident Bnucla BURLEY Trfafurer 'lL'IJY SH,xNxxvr:il.iak Sffrftrzry Mus. A. j. BLEILISR :Irlvifer Firfi 'Roux Gerald Eckhart, Carol Altemose, Marjorie Arduini, Priscilla Didovitz, Anne Beck, Wanda Baker, Elaine Butz, Gail Brown, Betty Drosnock, Fairh Bauer, Samuel Darrohn Second Row: Jane Christman, Audrey Doyle, Qarol DeGarmo, Ifsther Buss, Sandra Browne, Carla Dinstel, Clarence Baker, Michael Bill, Martin Cortez, Izugene Berger Tlrfrd Row: Arnold liinfalt, joseph Brohston, Ronald Bittner, John Donello, Nelson Alpaugh, Thomas Buss 39 Junior Closs Fir!! Row: Florence Hedgecock, Mae Heimer, Mary Ann Groller, Mary Garren, -loan Fries, Fay Hensliue, janet Flick Alfreda Hadl, Joan Fogel, Helen Clift, Joanlldenry Second Row: Dennis Grube. Carol Gabert, Carol Herd, Gloria Garten, janet Gossler, Sylvia Feller, Barry Fritchman Albert Fry, Herman Fischl. Rohert Harrzell Third Row: James Flick, Roger Guliclc, Harold France, John Fraunlielder, Ronald Gori Firm Row: Arthur Metzgar, Shari Kellow, Wanda Kressley, Laurie Kontis, Doris Laudenbach, Maryann Leclmer, Ellen Kelchner, Brenda Male, Pauline Kowalchuk, lflaine Kline, Thomas Kidd Second Row: Charles Merlo, Kermit Kemmerer, Betty Marth, Barbara -Iurasits, Larry Koch, Ann Leopold, Ronald Houser, Willianm Kraemer, Bernard Molnar, Carl Krein Third Row: Ronald Kessler, joseph Lopresti, Todd Jones, Anthony Male, David Kindt, Walter Metzgar, Robert Kostenbader, Richard Miller 40 Firxf Row: Robert Rumsey, Norlaine Roberts, Martha Moosch, Carol Roth, Joyce Powell, Carol Reichard, Roseann Paukovits, Diane Pirher, Joyce Schultz, Donald Reppert Sfroad Row: Marilyn Morgan, Virginia Phillips, Patricia Sensenbach, Donna Sanclt, Loraine Schoeneberger, Paul Schuch, Richard Moser, Ray Sandt, Robert Pllugler Third Row: Kenneth Saltern, Virgil Remaly, Thomas O,Sullivan, Arthur Scola, Charles Rhoades, Donald Ressler, l,eRoy Rinehart, Charles Sleeman, John Seyer The junior class has an enrollment of 156 Richard Frey, Ronald l-louser, and Richard students with SO boys and 76 girls. Miller. The two juniors representing the class at Fifteen junior boys were members of the District Band were Albert Fry and Herman Varsity Football Squad. Fischl: at District Chorus, Carol Roth, Firft Row: John Viglione, Bernice Smith, Nancy Wilson, Brenda Werner, Millicent Weiss, Marlene Teadn, Carol Wynne, Mary Ann Wukovitz, LaRue Werkheiser, Janet Vosper, Gloria Temos Sfcomi Row: Judy Washko, Nancy Trach, Susan Thomas, Geraldine Unangst, Carol Wunderly, Betty Zaleslti, Sandra Vanl-lorn, Joseph Smith, Carl Smith, Robert Topping Third Row: David Warnbolcl, Walter Zurowski, David Werkheiser, Gerald Zimitz, Lee Todora, Maryellen Smith, Thomas Sleeman, Marvin Smoyer 41 Fir-.vi Row: Conrad Bowers, Carol Berger, Annamae Dech, Jeannette Dollivar, Dominic Condomitti, Dorothy Dulac, Gloria Buss, .loan Bello, ,lane Dymond, Priscilla Drovich, Drew Arnclt Second Rowxl lames Brong, Karen Breirlinger, Mary ,lane Altemose, jean Altemose, Alice Achenbach, Sandra Brobston, lfarl Daney, William Browne, Bruce Burley, Charles Bracken Third Row: Robert Arndt, l,arrie Conners, Ronald Applegate, l"reclerick Bendl, Donald Altemose. Joseph Csernak The sophomore class enrollment totals Football Squad was Robert Arndt: Richard 187 students with 107 girls and SO boys. Garr on the Varsity Basketball Squad. Robert Fehr represented the class at both Champion school Salesman of the annual District Chorus and District Band. rnagazine Cannnngn was D01-een Yeakel Representing the class on the Varsity with total sales amounting to 220887. Firrt Row: john Groller, Nlarlene Hoffner, Shirley Hawk, ,luclith Haftl, Carol Getz, DeeAnn Hoch, -loann Eckhart, Patricia Ann Gerhart, ,luclith Ann Frable, Sandra Geake, Richard Fischl Seroml Row: Charleyne Hollimeister, lfarl George, Carol Gower, Carl Hallman, Lorena liberts, Albert Gossler, Barbara Gratlwohl, Robert Fehr, Richard Fox, blames Honszer Third Row: George Hardy, Richard Garr, Kay Fehr, Rosalie Gostony, Frank Franczak, Duane Herbst 42 Sophomore Closs Fifzri Row: Leon Klipple, Virginia johnson, Barbara Kurtz, judy jones, Veronica Lilly, Carol Lichner, janet Metz, Carol johnson, janet jones, janice Kardelis, Laura Klorz, Gloria Krantz Sn-mir! Row: Avona Marsh, janet Kern, Peggy jones. Susan Hooper, john Knisley, joseph Marrh, Samuel l,oCicero joseph Merola, Dale Kratz, Stephen Konya, Stanley Konya Tlzirzl Row: james Kcmmerer, Darrell Mengel, lidward Messenlehner, George Hunt Fi:-.rr Row: Gloria Mitman, Mary Meta, Karen Monprode, Gloria Rina, Ruth Pall", Gail Roth, Marlene Miller, Myra Riss- miller, Carolyn Renner, Kathleen Mitman, Veronica Pritchard Second Row: Adrienne Rissmiller, Sandra Peppell, Marion Miller, Mary Olson, Ronee Roth, Linda Rinlcer, Patricia Richards, jacqueline Rinker, Gerald Roth, Frederick Nolf, Ronald Noll' Third Row: Angelo Rampulla, Ronald Pritchard, Leonard Roth, Richard Ressler, Richard Re-psher, Richard Rhoades 43 Sophomore Closs Firff Row: Judy Shankweiler, Caroline Schnakl, .loan Solt, Marlene Smith, Judy Sabo, Dorothy Sillies, l,aRue Sandt, Delores Snyder, Ann Sheltletski, Shirley Saeger, Patricia Spangenberg Second Row: Sandra Schaffer, Miriam Schaeffer, Carole Snyder, David Sloyer, Marion Snyder, Grace Snyder, Judy Shook, Michael Smolenak, Anita Shoemaker, Barbara Seip Third Row: Richard Saltasitz, Rohert Sawyer, Larry Slutter, George Scott, David Solt, Kenneth Shook, William Schaadt i I l Firft Row: Larry Steigerwalt, Patricia Stimmel, Karmen Weaver. JoAnn Wallace. Elizabeth Toth, Margaret Vllukovitz, Frances Wyjhoskie, Carole Unangst. Gloria Transue, Carol Vogel, Doreen Yealcel, Carol Staats Seromi Row: Nancy Viti, Leilani Young, Barbara Yeisley, Susan Tanhauser, Geraldine Sruhitch, Betty Van Horn, Edward 'l'emos, Carolyn Stofllet, Syhil Thompson, Sandra Unger, Donald Sysko T11 frrl Row: John Vvellt, Carl rlioth, Barry Vllelty, Gary Wk'l'kl1ClSCl', lvilliam lvellc, Chester Stout, David Vllerner 44 CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES As the sfudenf journeys along fhe OPEN ROAD, inferesfing byways of clubs and ocfivifies develop Iofenf folenfs and skills and provide for wise use of leisure time. Recordin F-1'r.rt Row: Thomas O'Sullivan, Beverly Smith, Susan Beitel, George Herceg, Ralph Fngler Sfrond Row: Patricia Rinker, Theresa Fassl, Paula Reber, Judith Byrnes, John Schlegel SImzd1'ng.' Miss Sloat EDITORIAL STAFF Seated' Ann Leopold, Anne Beck, JoAnn Johnson, Ann Shelcletski, Judy Shankweiler Standing: Beverly Smith LAYOUT STAFF Recording our journey along the Open Road, The Comet, our Nazareth Area Senior High School yearbook, presents, by pictures and copy, our experiences during the year in the four curricular fields? College Prepara- tory, Secretarial, General Business, and Prac- tical Arts. Not only are the main highways of learning featured, but also the side roads of extra curricular activities including music, publica- tions, clubs, and sports. Smifd: Nancy Hamel. Albert Richards ART STAFF Slfmr1ing.' Miss Clutc- Q J Our Journey Members of the stall acquire valuable training in art, planning, writing and in business. In all phases of producing our year- book, probably the most valuable thing every- one learns is CO0peratl0U. The advisers include Elizabeth Sloat, edi- rorial, layout, and typingg Mrs. Belva Kolessar, business: and .lean Clute, art. l. George A. Smith, president of Nazareth Steel Fabrica- tors, gives Carol RulolT Comet advertising copy. Firfi Row: Frances Karlowircli, Brenda Berger, Carol Heckman Sfffmrl Row: Betty l'lol'l"man, Florence Hofer TYPING STAFF 47 Seaifd: Nancy Lee, Nelson Alpaugh Patty Toth, Mrs. Kolessar, Carol Getz, Carol Rulofli Sta1zding.' Barry Woolhert, VVilliam 'Fanzosh BUSINESS STAFF Keeping Us Informed Fifft Row: Karmen Weaver, Michael Smolenak, Millicent Weiss, Alfrecla Hadl Sammi Row: Kathleen Mitman, Janet Metz, Marilyn Morgan, Pauline Kovvalchuk Third Row: Samuel LoCicero, Ronee Roth, Carole Unangst, Maryann Lechner Fourfh Row: joseph Brobston Sfami1'ng.' Mr. Knecht, Mr. Zell Fi:-.rt Row: Carol Wyfnne, Theresa Fassl, Judith Wagnei', Patricia Sensenbach Sscond Row: Roseann Paukovits, Shirley Magclircli. Mary Ann Wukovitz, Ruth NlcGonigle Slam!-ing: Mr. Zell, Mr. Knecht 48 l 3 FN Ffrrl Row: .ludith Smith, Edith Rundle, Susan Thomas, Gloria 'lic-mos, Carol Wunderly Serum! Row: Mary Ellen Smith, -lanet Vosper, -loyce von Sreuhen, Geraldine Unangst Front: joseph Stahl, lVlrs, CIITIVCI' As we journeyed along the Open Road, the Blue and White Standard, our school newspaper, kept us informed on current happenings at Nazareth Area Senior High School. Our paper featured Student Council activities, clubs, sports, honor rolls, assembly programs, student achievements, and var- ious school functions throughout the year. Besides keeping us informed, the Blue and White was a means of providing prac- tical trammg in writing for students inter- ested in journalism. The advisers are bl. Frederic Knecht and Quentin Zell. Siftizzgr Virginia lVlonprocle, Doreen Yealcel, Shirley Saeger Stavzdirzg: Mrs. Kolessar With Over the Rainbow as their theme, the juniors entertained the seniors at the Annual Prom held on May 17, 1957. Dancing to the music of Mark Hilburn's Orchestra, many happy couples circled the Pot of Gold at the end ofthe rainbow. After midnight the couples went by motorcade to the Hotel Easton for a full course dinner, a Hoor show, and more Prom Queen, Constance Bowers, and her Court- Shirley Stimmel, Sylvia Condornitti, Kay Michael, and Gail Sleeman. The Prom Committee Chairmen included Kay Brong, Arthur Miller. Nancy Kindt, Conrad Shimer, Harriet Stofllet, George Herceg, and Lina Roth. During intermission the students enjoyed punch and sandwiches. dancing, sponsored by the Nazareth Chamber of Commerce and the service organizations. Dancing W Abby Brewster ,... . Presenfing CAST The Rev. Dr. Harper.. Teddy Brewster .... , Officer Brophy. . . Officer Klein ..... Martha Brewster... Elaine Harper ,..... Mortimer Brewster. . Mr. Gibbs ........, Jonathan Brewster.. Dr. Einstein ....... Officer O'l'lara ..... Lieutenant Rooney. . Mr. Witherspoon .... ....SUSAN BEITEL ...EDWARD TIMAR .xVII.LIAM TANZOSH . .STEPHEN Mooscn , . .LARRY WALTERS .......KAYBRoNo . , . . .JUDY REIMER .WILLIAM CLEWELL ...Joi-IN SCI-ILEGEL ANTHONY FERRARO .,.....DALE BUTZ ...Joi-IN SCHLEGEL .EDWARD TINTERA RoDER'r PRITCHARD Arsenic and Old Lace, an odd yet laugh- provoking comedy in three acts, directed by Franklyn Kostenbader, was presented on Novem- ber 22 and 23 as the annual senior class play. Poisoning homeless, unsuspecting old gentle- men was the unusual activity of the two well- meaning and charming Brewster sistersfAbby and Martha. Their screwy nephew Teddy helped the sisters in their grewsome occupation by digging trench-graves in the cellar-to this self- styled Teddy Roosevelt, the Panama Canal. After many poisonings and mirthful entangle- ments, Abby, Martha, and poor demented Teddy were content to spend the rest of their lives at Happy Dale, a mental home. Arsenic Ancl Olcl Lcice -l J I 4. 5 6. The cast of ml:-.rmzir and Old Lace, clockwise: Anthony Ferraro, William Tzinzosb, Edward Tintera, Robert Pritchartl, William Clewell, Edward Timur, Kay Brong, Susan Beitel, .lutly Reimer. Dale Butz, Larry VVzilter, John Sehlegel, Stephen Moosch. Discussing their theatre plans for the evening. Elaine :intl Mortnner chat. The Brewster sisters entertain their final victim, the superintendent of zz home lor the mentally ill. 1 Teddy watches Abby entertain Reverend Harper at tea. While Lieutenant Rooney and three officers survey the scene, Jonathan hes unconscious upon the Hoor. As Dr. Einstein falls into :1 drunken sleep, Ofhcer O'Har:i recites his play to bound and gagged Mortimer. Nazareth Areo Bond Cl,ARl.YETS john Christman 'l'hercsa lfassl Samlra Geake Alllrecla Hatll lillen Kelclzner Carol l,iclmer Raymond Nlackes Betty lVlarth Kathleen Mitman Connie Olson Roseann Paukovlts Charles Peischl Angelo Rampulla Ronee Roth Patricia Spangenherg Patty Toth Geraldine Unangst Betty Zaleski BASS Cl..fIRl.VlfT Dennis Olenwhine Sf-I,X'OP1lONES Dale Auclenreitl Robert Bauer Delbcrt Cressman Anthony Ferralo Alhert Fry COR.YlL'TS and TRUJI PE TS Rudolph Amherger Dominic Conclomirti Thomas Fehnel Rohert Felir Herman Fischl Richard Fischl Shari Kellow litlwartl Nlessenlehnel Ronald Noll' Albert Toth PERCUSSION l,orraine Buzas Patricia Ann Ge-rhart Valerie Ann Happel Ronald Kessler Barbara Kurtz Bernard Nlolnar Lina Roth .loyce Ann Schultz Carol Vogel ,loyce von Src-ulven ,laner Vlfillten BJRI TONE HORN Robert Pritchard Travels Along Melody Lone FLUTES and PICCOLOS 111.4-IORETTES Kay Brong Janet Kern Constance Lahr Cecelia Snyder Barbara Tintera Judith WVagner Doreen Yeakel TR OM BONES John Fraunfelder David l-lendershot Sharon Sandr Robert Sawyer Larry Slutter Edward Tintera FRENCH IIORNS Janis Rader John Schlegel Dorothy Silfies BAR! TON E S Richard Kostenbader Marvin Schmoyer Director ..,,..... . . . , Student Dirrrtorx ...., Quarter Illafterx, . Serrftary ...., . Treafurer, 4 . . Librarian Alice Aclienbach Joan Antoine Judith Byrnes Jeannette Dollivar Carol l-louser JoAnn Johnson Judith Jones Joanne Keller Joanne Kester Nancy Kindt Virginia Monprode LaRue Sanclt Barbara Seip Judith Shankweiler Dolores 'Favianini Elizabeth Toth Jeanette Toth COLOR GUARDS .ROBERT Dale Butz Robert Harrzell Timothy O'Sullivan Albert Richards William Tanzosh David Werner Mk. AuGus'r1NE WEINHOI-'im PRITCHARD, HERMAN Fiscal, .ALBERT FRY, ROBERT FEI-ik , . . , . , . . . .DOROTHY Sirrles ..........,.....I,lNA Ro'rH . . . . lJA'I"I'Y Torn Held on May 2, the annual Spring Band Concert featured Edward Tintera playing the piano solo f Warfaw Concerto by Richard Addin- sellg Albert Fry, an alto saxaphone solo-Com certino by Weberg Herman Fischl, cornet solof Facilita by Hartinann-Weinhoferg Robert Pritch- ard, a tuba selectionfSolo Prompofo by Al Hayes: and Lina Roth, a tympani SOlO7BKgIll7ZE and Conga by Beryman-Weinhofer. At this concert the Band played Samet Pro- grerfion, an original piece composed and arranged by Albert Fry, a junior. Firft Row: Carol Roth, Judith Reimer, Lina Roth, Susan Beitel, Cecelia Snyder, Patty Toth Second Row: Richard Frey, Roy Frack, Asher Kahler, Labert Altemose,lConrad Shimer, Robert Pritchard, Richard lVliller, Ronald Houser, A"t"u" M"'f" D1s'rR1c'r Cuokus Firrt Row: Carol Herd. Carol Roth. Paula Reber. -IoAnne Keller. .ludith Reimer, Lina Roth. Susan Beitel, Cecelia Snyder Semin! Rare: judith Byrnes, Harriet Stolilet. ,lane Christman, Carol Rulolll Patricia Rinker, lVlarilyn Nlorgan, Patty Toth Thin! Row: Ronald Houser, Richard Frey, Roy Frack, Asher Kahler, I,abert Altemose, Conrad Shimer, Robert Pritchard, Richard Miller, lidwurd Tinterzi, james Flick, Robert Fehr. A""m M"'t' MIXED icNsr:MBI.i: Lorraine Buzas, Patty Toth, Albert Fry, Robert lfehr, Herman lfischl, Lina Roth DISTRICT BAND 56 Musical Events Fifteen Glee Club members partici- pated in the District Chorus at Palmer- ton, Pennsylvania, on February I-L and 15. They were Labert Altemose. Susan Beitel, Roy Frack, Richard Frey, Ronald I-Iouser, Asher Kahler, Arthur Miller, Richard Miller, Robert Pritchard, Judith Reimer. Carol Roth, Lina Roth, Conrad Shimer, Cecelia Snyder, and Patty Toth. DISTRICT CHORUS Lina Roth represented NAHS in Dis- trict Orchestra held on January I1 at Allentown, Pennsylvania. DISTRICT ORCHliS'l'RA Lim Rom District Orchestra Representative Lorraine Buzas, Robert Fehr, Herman Fischl, Albert Fry, Lina Roth, and Patty Toth represented Senior High School at the District Band Festival held on April 10, ll, and 12 at Governor Mifilin High School in Shillington, Pa. DIS'l'RIC'l' BAND Along The Rood During the past year the Mixed En- semble, directed by Mr. Schlegel, sang for Open l-louse, at the Eastern Lodge Banquet, Lions Club, Christmas Dinner, Whitfield Building PTA, and the Christmas Concert. MIXICD liNSlCMl3l.lC Cecelia Snyder STAT lf CHOR US Representative In addition to par- ticipating in District Chorus, Cecelia Snyder sang in State Chorus on March H and 15 at Uxford, Pa. S'l'A'I'l2 CHORUS Under the direction of Mr. Schlegel, the liar- bershop Group sang at the Boro 0Hicial Banquet and for the Masonic Lodge. BARBIQRSHOI' GROUP Sem nd Rocca' 1 Finrt Rocca' Carol Rulolf, Robert Pritchard, Cecelia Snyder Stoflilct joseph Mcroln, -ludith Byrnes, Barry Woolhcrt, Harriet Cll,l-lli CLUB OFFICICRS l'n',fiflf11l ,... ...,.......,.... Sflirrfal y .... .... Trrnxurer. , . . . . . D ,.....,.,..,.ROBER'l' l RITCHARIJ ......CizcHi,m SNYDER .........,.,.....CARoLRULOFF ljbrarinu .,.. HARRIITI' S'rorr1,ic'r, ISARRY Woo1,1sER'r jcnrru BYRNIQS, josrru Msuoi..-x D1'rf'rmr. , , ............,..FLoYn Sci-iuzrzm. 3. Sfa1u1'ing.' Ronald Houscr, Asher Kzihlcr, Labert Altcmosc, Robert l'ritch':u'd, Richard Miller, Conrad Shimcr, Roy Frack, james Flick, Robert Fehr, Arthur Miller SzHzng.' Mr. Schlegel BAR BICRSHOI' GROUP 57 Glee Club Presents H. M. S. Pinofore lx'11ee!i1zg.' Charles Rhoades. joseph Brobsron, Robert Fehr, joseph Rina, William Clewcll, Labert Altemose, Joseph Merola 'Fll'.fl Row: Dale Kratz, Arthur Miller, William Krnemer, Robert Thompson, Angelo Rampulla, Carl loth, Richard Frey, Ronald Houser, -lohn Schlcgel Serond Row: Barry Woolbcrt, Roy Frack, james Flick, Carl Krein, Edward Tintera, Asher Kahler, Richard Miller, Edward Nlessenlehner SAILORS' CHORUS 2. The dancers included Carla Dinstel, C' rol H lckm: n, C' rol H1 ' l, V: ulz R-bfr, - 1 . Judy Shankwciler, Ann Sheklctski, Harlriet Stoflleti anddsybil 'liliomiisori L L Dlrecfed by Fl0yd bclllegels the Glee Club presented Gilbert and Sullivan's H. .ll. S. Pinaforq in the senior high school auditorium on April 15 and 16. Assisting were Franklyn Kosten- bader, dramaticsg janet Stewart, danc- --Kf g and Jean Clute, Andrew Brock, f' d the Stagecraft Club, staging. ll. JI. S. PINAFORE 58 Littlu liuttcrcup, II Portfmoullz Bznnbnal ll"um1m .. Cucclia SI'lj'llCI' Bill Bolustay. Boa!.ff1.'a1'z1',r gllate. . 4 . , . . .,.... Roy lfraclc Dick Dcaduyu, Able SFIIIIICIN. , , . .Ronald Houscr Ralph Rackstrznv, flblz' SLYHIIIIII . . , .l.al1uI't Alrcmosm- 5' Capt. Corcoran. . . . , . . , . ,Robert Pritclmzml josephinc, the Capfzzizzfr Dauglncr. . . ,.,... Patty 'l'otl1 I"ir,ft Roux' Robert lfchr, illllllfll Reimer. Patty 'l'otl1, Ct-Celia Snyder, antl Ronald Houscr Srfmzd Row: Robert Pritclmarcl, Roy lfraclc, Lalwcrt A-Xlrcnmosc, and Conrad Slmimcr 'l'Hl-I LIQADS Swami: Veronica Pritclmarml and Susan'l3citel Sfamling: Mr. Sclmlcgcl, illl'CCIOl', and Llna Roth ACCOMI'ANIS'l'S Hon. Sir -loscph Porter. Lord of Azfnzrralfy. . , . ,Conracl Shimur Cousin Holme ...,.... . .... . , . . . ,-lutly RL-ixncr llolw Bucket, ClIFf76'IIff'I'l,f Allnlr, . , . Rolwrt lfclur C ll OR US THIS CAST Creating An 1 Included as part of the annual art exhibition held on May 10 are pencil sketches, sprayed floral arrangements, and miniature furnished rooms. Robert Burritsch, Robert Lichner, and Paula Reber demonstrate the use of water colors during the art exhibition. As students draw pencil. sketches, Mary Ann Doyle poses stoically. 60 d Displaying Arf M 61 Q Holding a place of honor in the lobby showcase is Claire Kostenbazlefs exhibit of her Hrst yeafswork at the 'l'ylerSchool of Art in Philadelphia. 5. While visitors watch, Delores Wambolcl fashions a clay howl on the pottc-r's wheel. 'l'o show their skill Ronald Cori, Bill Tanzosh, and lfclwarcl Banny work on craft and metalwork. Demonsfrofing Qur During the annual Industrial Arts exhibition on May 10, john Ferre-tru demonstrates rhe Jomter to xnterested spectators. To make a chess hoard. Thomas Slceman uses the hand saw, Manual Skills 3. As visitors look on, Robert Hunt demonstrates wood turning on the high speed lathe. 4. Visitors inspect the handicraft of the shop classes during the annual exhibition. Wliile awaiting the arrival of her date, Marlene Teada models her blue sheath dress. Wearing their bermuda shorts. Mae Butz and Brende Male ale prepared for a tennis match. In preparation for an afternoon tea Shirley Kemmerer poses in her checkered princess style dress. Modeling Qur Teenage Fashions As a climax of the year's work, the Sewing Class presented a fashion show in the auditorium on May 10. The girls modeled the garments, including sports clothes, pajamas, party and school dresses, and formal wear, made as class projects. 64 gOrgonizecl Acfivifies Benefif Sfuolenfs ln order to raise money to support the Blue and White Standard, Dramatic Club, the Student Handbook, the Chess Team, College Night, assembly programs, and to buy library books, the annual Magazine Campaign held during October netted 56,008.06 Paula Reber served as manager assisted by co-manager, Frances Karlovvitch. lVlrs. Bleiler was faculty adviser. Qrganized in the fall of 1956, the Delphian Chapter of the Nazareth Honor Society held its hrst formal induction ceremony in Febru- ary, 1957. To attain membership a student must maintain a B average and have satisfactory citizenship, leadership, character, and service records. Sophomores are not eligible until the second semester. To stimulate broader interests, several guests spoke to the group on timely topics at various times during the year. l. Magazine Campaign Nlanagers check over tht- morning receipts. 2. Nlemhers of the Delphian Chapter ol' the National Honor Society. Sfudenfs Display Tcilenf Sponsored by the Student Council, the annual Talent Show was held on March 15, with Labert Altemose as emcee. LaRue Sandt and Judy Shank- weiler won the first prize of S10 for their pantomime, Anything You Can Do I Can D0 Betterg Edward Tintera, second prize of 27.50 for the piano solo, Prelude in C Miizorg and two third prizes of ZS each, for the Moonlihters' Combo number, In the fllood, and the pantomime Short Shortf. Attorney Charles Shimer, Mrs. sl. F. Knecht, Mrs. Edward Christman, Principal A. William Day, and Carl Remel served as judges. TALENT SHOW l. Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better was the pantomime presented by Judy Shankweiler and LaRue Sandt. 2. Edward 'llintera played Prelude in G Minor, 3. The Moonlighters-Carl Krein, Anthony Ferraro, Bernard Mol- nnr, Herman Fischl, and Gerald Zimitz-played In The Illood. 4. Larry Lewis, Salvatore Cal- andra, Harry Lance, and Melvin Jones panromimed to Shar! Slzorlr. And Leodershi Alon The Woy Representatives elected from sixteen home- rooms comprise the Student Council which meets the eighth period each Monday under the supervision of Mr. Reichard. Active in school affairs, the Student Council sells refreshments at football games, chooses the Boy and Girl ofthe Month, sponsors school dances and the annual Talent Show. The Council also supervised the Nazareth High Day program last May at which the class of 1920 were special guests. STUDENT COUNCIL S1'tt'ing.' Nancy Kindt, Arthur Miller, Judith Reimer SI'Ll'7ld'Ii7lg.' Robert Kosrcnhader, Mr. Reichard STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Prairie-rzi .....i.......,,.................... ARTHUR MILLIZR Vice Prfxidenf ,,... .................... R OBERT KOSTENBADER Srrretary .,....,. ...,..., ,I UDITH REIMER T1'e1151zref'. ..,. ....,, .......... , ..... . .....,.. N A NCY KINDT .4dzf1',fef. .........,...,.............. , .... ROBERT REICH.-XRD Firxt Row: Ann Leopold, Patricia Stimmel, Norlaine Roberts, Sylvia Feller, Arthur Miller, Mr. Reichard, 14dZl'I.5Ef Serena' Row: LaRue Sandr, -ludy Jones, Delores Tavianini, Susan Beitel, Karen Breidinger, Carol Sue johnson Third Row: Nancy Kindt, Judith Reimer, Sandra Van Horn, Carol Herd, William Kraemer. Fourrh Row: Bruce Burley, Kenneth Shook, Donald Sysko, Robert Fehr, John Viglione Fifth Row: joseph lVle1'olz1, Robert Kostenbuder, Thomas O'Sullivan, George Herceg Sfxilz Row: Conrad Shimer, Laberr Alremose. Robert Pritchard 67 STUDENT COUNCIL 1. In Radio Club Mr. Shekletski fixes zz connection while club members watch. Learning how to project pictures on a screen is the aim of the twelve-member Projectionist Club which meets the eighth period each Wednesday Linder the guidance of Mr. Cump. PRO-IECTIONIST CLUB 1 " Clubs Encourage Scientific lnferesfs Meeting each Wedriesday afternoon under the direction of Mr. Shekletski, the ten- member Radio Club becomes acquainted with the principles of radio transmission and reception. RADIO CLUB 'lf 2. As members ofthe Projectionist Club look on, Mr. Cump adjusts the projector. Under the supervision of Mr. Roth, the sixteen-member Photography Club takes, develops, prints, and enlarges still photo- graphsg the advanced group also takes moving pictures and projects them for the club. Each member is expected to submit an entry to the Kodak National High School Photographic Contest. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 3. Under the direction of Mr. Roth, Bruce Burley, William Browne. and Darrell Mengelfmcmbers of the l'hotogr:lphy Club-develop their pictures. 68 Club lnferesfs Vciry From Reocling To Science To develop reading skills, compre- hension, and speed, the nineteen- member Reading Club meets the eighth period every Tuesday, Wednes- day, and Thursday LlI'lClCF the super- vision of Mrs. Brooks. READING CLUB 4. Supervised by Mrs. Brooks, the Reading Club members work to increase their reading ability. Setty Hoffman demonstrates to the Library Club members how to stamp he book cards properly. Twenty-seven senior high school students entered exhibitions in the annual school Science Fair, displayed in the lobby ofthe F. A. Marcks Building from March 4 to 7. The live student winnersfLorraine Buzas, Larry Mengel, Dorothy Dulac, Chester Stout, and Carol Getzfhad their projects entered in the annual Lehigh Valley Science Fair, held April I6 to 18, in the Muhlenberg Field I-louse, Allentown, Pa. The judges included Adam Shekletski, Franklyn Kostenbader, and james Roth. SCIENCE FAIR Directed by the school librarian, Miss Bordner, the fourteen mem- bers of the Library Club aid in charging, discharging, and mending books, keeping the shelves in order, and delivering overdue notices. LIBRARY AIDE CLUB 6. Working on her Science Fair Project, Lorraine Buzas classifies the bacteria in a test tube. 69 Chess Arouses Compefifive Spirit Each luesday and Thursday Chess Club members practice new moves. At the Tuesday and Thursday meetings of the Chess Club, Mr. Harding instructed beginners in the fundamentals of the game and later supervised competition within the group. By practicing on Tuesdays and Thursdays and conducting meets on Wednesday the eighth period, the chess team hnished a season of tough competition in the Penn-jersey Interscholastic Chess League with a record of three wins and live losses. Dec. Dec. Feb. Feb. Mar Mar Mar. Mar CHESS SCHEDULE Naz. Easton ............ 0 Phillipsburg ,..,.... 3 Easton ....,.....,. 4 1 f' Allentown .......... elf? ..... Bethlehem ........, 2 Allentown ...,...,.. Z Phillipsburg ,....... 5 1 Bethlehem ......... ZA .,.. Opp. y 7 i .4 .3 .225 .5 .5 . Z 4 lffiir Under the supervision of Mr Harding the Chess Club prepares for league competition. Clubs Fulfill Many Needs The Future Teachers of America meet every Tuesday and Thursday during the eighth period under the direction of Richard Schmoy- er. With the aid of movies, class discussion, college visitations, and speakers, these students are encouraged to enter the teaching pro- fession. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The twenty-two member First Aid Club, under the supervision of Mrs. IVIcGonigle, meets every Wednesday to practice treatments for emergencies-artificial respiration, Wounds, bleeding, and poisoning. FIRST AID CLUB 1. To correctly bandage a broken arm, Dorothy Silfies demonstrates the arm sling to the First Aid Club. 2. Future Teachers, under the guidance of Mr. Schmoyer, make recordings of their voices. 71 Clubs Develop Procficol Slcills Supervised by Mrs. Bleiler, the twenty-member Knitting Club meets every Tuesday and Thursday to learn to knit useful household and personal items. KNITTING CLUB Under the supervision of Mr. Brock, the twenty-member I-lomemaking and I-lobbies Club meets every Wednesday in the industrial arts room to discuss home maintenance. In addition to learning many aspects of home repair and improvement, each member works on a project of his choice. HOIVIEIVIAKING fx HOBBIES CLUB Meeting each Tuesday and Wednes- day under the guidance of Miss Everitt, the sixty-one member FHA Club emphasizes the importance of worthy home membership and works for good home and family life. Nazareth FHA was host to the four- county region FHA at their annual meeting on October I2, 1957. FHA CLUB 72 The forty-live member Dramatic Club, under the direction of Mrs. Zell, pre- sented five one act plays as assembly programs. Sfuden fs Produce Ploys The aim of the Dramatic Club is to give each mem- ber an opportunity to ap- pear in at least one stage production and to learn general stage techniques. The Christmas play, Not Even a tlloufe, was pre- sented in arena style in the gym. Four other plays- Wilbefx Wild Night, Along Came Harriett, johnny Taleff the Cake, and If: the Doctor fwere presented with stu- dents directing the cast, DRAMATIC CLUB l. As Mr. Brock watches, members of the Homemakmg and Hobby Club work on their projects. 2. Under the supervision of Mrs. Bleiler, several members of the Knitting Club demonstrate different techniques. 3. Directed by Miss lfveritt. the FHA Club adds the finishing touches to its Christmas corsages. 4. The Dramatic Club wraps packages used for its Christmas Assembly. .VVith Mr. Brock supervising. Stagecraft members place the set lfor 4'!I'.Vt'l1I-C and Old Lars. 5 6. Several members of the Stagecraft Club paint a door frame for Arfenic and Old Lars. After Working two years on the project, the twenty-eight member Stagecraft Club, under the direction of Miss Clute and Mr. Brock, finished an interior home setting this year. The club also prepared the stage settings for the Christmas program, Arsenic and Old Lace, the Band Concert, 1I.M.S. Pinafore, 2 and the Dramatic Club plays. STAGECRAFT CLUB Alumni Visif The Open Road 1. Carl Remel sings Danny Boy for the Nazareth High Day Assemhly. 2. Playing the piano for Alumni Day is -lames Burley, Marty Miles of the radio. 3. Guest speaker for Nazareth High Day was Walter Kemmerer, a 1920 grad- uate. 4. Kay lVlichael serves punch and cookies to Alumni Day guests. 5. Alumni enjoy lunch in the cafeteria. Walter' W. Kemmerer, a 1920 grad- uate of NHS and the former president of the University of Texas, was the guest speaker at Nazareth High Day, held on May 10. Twelve of the seventeen NHS grad- uates of 1920 were the special guests of the school at a luncheon and an afternoon tea. The other alumni participants in the afternoon assembly included Carl Remel, James Burley, and Mrs. John Byrnes. That night a fashion show, art ex- hibition, and a dance were held for alumni and students. 74 Wx oo Q ll Y if Y yways ff f PEN ROAD U M ix- hy Q 'P sq r in A I f 'f A W 1, J is if d 71, W: Q Qu, U aw R 0' lp 509 53 ' Finishing with an 8-Z record, the Blue Eagles ended the season as co-champions of the Lehigh- Northampton League. In the first game of the season Nazareth defeated Governor Mifiiin High School by a score of 37-6. Larry Mengel led the Eagles to victory by scoring three touchdowns, two of them on pass interceptions. Nazareth successfully opened their defense of the Lehigh-Northampton League crown by defeating Hellertown 27-6. Connie Shimer paced the Blue Eagle attack by passing for two of the four touch- downs. Revenging last year's only defeat, the Eagles met and downed a strong Nesquehoning team 19-13. After a scoreless first half, Barry Woolbert ran back the second half opening kick-off for an 80 yard touchdown. Woolbert also scampered 26 yards for another touchdown in the final quarter. In the second league game of the season the Blue Eagles romped over Parkland for a 4542 win. Shimer again paved the Way for Nazareth by passing for two touchdowns and running for a third. Barry Woolbert also scored twice for the Eagles. Meeting an undefeated Hackettstown, N. J., eleven in place of Hu-ridden Palmerton, the Blue Eagles' 12 game winning streak was broken by the score of 13-6. Shimer scored the lone Nazareth touchdown on a quarterback sneak. Moving again into league competition, Nazareth came back strong to whip Pen Argyl 4041. 1n this game Larry Lewis scored two touchdowns while Connie Shimer scored one and passed for another. Coaches Owens, Amoroso, Leh, and Chrisrman Blue Eagles Copfure Firxz' Row: Arthur Miller, Larry Lewis, james Gosrony Second Row: john Donello, Robert Kostenbzuler, Roy Frack Tliirrl Row: David Wambold. Arnold Einfzilt. Robert Arndt Fourth Row: Coach Christman, Gerald Zimitz. Richard Frey Fifth Row: Managers-Conrad Bowers, Michael Smolenak Wading through the mud of Bangor Memorial Stadium, Nazareth defeated the Slaters 39-0 for their fourth straight Lehigh-Northampton League triumph. Barry Woolbert led the Eagles to victory by scoring three touchdowns. Palmerton was the next Nazareth victim as the Blue Eagles crushed them 29-0. A strong Nazareth line held the Blue Bombers to a meager 20 yards rushing. Larry Lewis stood out on offense, scoring three out of the four Nazareth touchdowns. Nazareth, in a definite letdown before the Wilson contest, lost their only league game of the season to East Stroudsburg. 18312. Both of Nazareth's touchdowns - were scored in the final quarter as the result of Shimer's passing. League Co-Championship Richard lfinfalt, Lawrence Deutsch, Conrad Shimer, Barry Vlloolbert, George Herceg, Larry Mengel Vincent Luburich, Kenneth Zellner, Asher Kahler, Tyrone lfberts, Melvin Jones, Labert Altemose Ronald Houser, Ronald Gori, William Kraemer, Charles Schaadt, Albert Keppel, Carl Krein Robert Rumsey, Barry Fritchman, Nelson Alpnugh, Walter Nletzgnr, Ronald Bittner. Coach Amoroso jacob Wiersma, Dennis Grube. Gary Schleicher In the Turkey Day game the Eagles met Wilson and downed the Warriors 14f6. Fighting with their backs to the wall for the first three periods, Nazareth's offense finally got rolling after Wilson scored their first and last touchdown. After a combined ground and aerial attack moved the ball to the 4 yard line, Larry Lewis took a pitch-out and skirted left end for the score. A pass from Woolbert to Shimer gave Nazareth the extra point and a 7-6 lead. After Einfalt's interception of a Wilson pass, Nazareth again began a scoring drive. This drive was climaxed by a Eve yard touchdown heave from Shimer to Bobby Arndt. Gostony caught a Shimer pass for the extra point, making the Hnal score 14f6, and givingNazareth a league co-championship with East Stroudsburg and Wilson. In a post-season meeting Barry Wool- bert and George Herceg were elected honorary co-captains for the 1957 season. During a huddle Coach Christman briefs the team on strategic plays 77 Leogue Compefifion Provides September September September Uctober October October November November November November 14 21- 28 12 19f 26 1- 9 16 28- Hellertown ....... .... Nesquehoning. . . Parkland . . Hackettstown. . . Pen Argyl .... 1957 VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE opp. NAIIS Governor Mifflin .... .... 6 ,..... 6 ,..... 13 37 27 . . .,.. 13 ..,... 19 45 6 40 0 Bangor ........,.. .... 0 ...... 3 9 Palmerton .......... .... 0 ....., 2 9 East Stroudsburg ..... .... 1 8 ...... 12 Wilson ............... .... 6 ...... 1 4 FOOTBALL FACTS 'arf NHS opp. 51 Times kicked oil" ..... 23 28 Times punted ........ 36 32 Average yardage per punt ......... 31 S0 Passes attempted .... 81 35 Passes completed ..... 30 558 Total yards passing.. 351 1995 Total yards scrimmage ........ 1385 102 Total first downs .... 84 21 Fumbles ............. -11 12 Fumbles lost .... . . . 21 267 Total points ..... . . . 75 78 Smashing Gridiron Action ' A A x 1. James Gostony snags a touchdown pass that zu Hellertown player unsuccessfully attempted to break-up 2. During the Wilson game Larry Lewis skirts right end for a substantial gain. 3, As a swarm of Nazareth defense men smother the Wilson ball-carrier, the pigskin spurts loose, 4. Larry Lewis is downed by a slmoc-string tackle thrown by a Wilson defender. 5. Aided by a key block, Dick lfinfalt scampers for a long gain against Pen Argyl. 6. Barry Woolbert paves the way for Sliimer to romp around left end for a long gain against Hellertown. hs A... A . " l Q- 79 mga, s,:l'BMf,37Q :sagem J. V. Eagles Hove Unbeofen ond Unfied Season lil 11. J. V. SCHEDULE NHS Opp. 21 ...., ,HHELLERTOWN ..,, 6 26., . ...WILSON .... .. 6 31... ...PEN ARGYL... 6 33 ..., .. .PARKLAND .... H14 35... ...BANGOR.... ...O Kneel'ing.' Judy Reimer, Co-captain, Nancy Hamel, raptain Sta1zdz'ng.' Ann Leopold, Florence Stampf, Paula Reber, Judy Washko, Betty Drosnock, Jane Christman VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 82 The Junior Varsity Football Squad finished their season with the first unbeaten and untied record in the history of our school. 2. F After a victorious Thanksgiving Day game tri- umphant Blue Eagles carry Coach Christman from the field. irft Row: Elwood Eyer, Thomas Sleeman, Joseph Brobston, George Allen, Walter Fry, Michael Bill, Jeffery Marsh. Kenneth Shook, Joseph Csernak Second Row: Ronald Pritchard, Charles Bracken, Steven Konya, Delbert Cressman, Phillip Marth, Richard Fox, Robert Meixsell, Joseph Merola, Richard Garr Third Row: Barry Rennie, Richard Mahorskv, James Brong, Dale Kratz, Stanley Konya, John Hearn. William Shook, Richard Rhoades. Roger Gulick Fourth Row: Charles Spohn, William Allen, Robert Roth, Ernest Bartholomew, Richard Ressler, Edward Temos, Frank Franczak, Edward Messenleliner, Frederick Dech, Grant lVlcNear, Kenneth Terry, Richard Charles, Drew Arndt, Carl Hallman. Richard VVagner, William Steckel, Lynn Rothrock Fifth Row: Coach Andrew Leh, Ernest Edelman, Frederick Keim, Lawrence Tashner, Robert Scroce, David Seibler, Richard Muschlitz, Stewart Noble, Assistant Coach Guy Owens J. v. FQOTBALL SQUAD .1 -lai .la Jan. -lan. Feb Feb Feb Feb Dec. Dec. an. 1. n. 16 - 'Wl11tehalI.... 23 Easton ..,.... 30 Bethlehem ...... .... . . . .1-1 6 f Phillipsburg ........,. 25 .... 1-1 13 - - Wilson Borough ...... 28 ..,. 15 20 A f Northampton ....,... -10 .... 0 2SflV1ar. 1 - District ,.... Allentown NAHS Gropples To A Four-Six Record WRESTLING SCHEDULE Opp. Naz. 11 - Southern Lehigh ...... 9 .... -11 19 ef Allentown ......,.... 47 .... 2 2 f Emmaus .....,.. ..., 1 5 .... 9 .,.. 18 .... 33 if Emmaus .,... 31 .. . . . . .-13 -1 3 f f .,.. 49 ..., 33 1. john Yiglione rides 'out Hollinger of Bethlehem with a two-on-one arm trap. i I 2. Dick lltmfalt maintains offensive control over Filipos of Bethlehem with a leg lock and chicken-wing. 3. iVlelvin Kresge breaks down Rinker, his Bethlehem opponent, with an arm and leg trap. Scoring victories over Emmaus, Whitehall, and Southern Lehigh, the Blue Eagle matmen, coached by ,loseph Amoroso, ended the 1957- 58 season with a 4-6 record. Three of these victories were scored in league competition. The team scored a total of 2-1 points in the District X1 Wrestling Tournament held on February 28 and March 1 at Southern Lehigh, linishing in fifth place. Two ofthe Nazareth grapplersfDick Einfalt and Bill Kraemerg Were runners-up for the District XI Cham- pionship in their respective weight classes. In a post season meeting Dick Einfalt was chosen honorary captain by his teammates. l"1'1'.ft Row: Dale Boyer, Gerald Eckhart, Melvin Kresge, David Kemmerer. Ronald Moyer, Daniel Engler, john Viglione, Larry Steigerwalt Sfrond Row: William Kraemer, Richard lfinfalt, Bernard lVlolnar, Barry Fritchman, Fredrick Keim, -Iel'l" Nlarsh, Dale Kratz, Thomas Lopresti, Edward Temos Third Row: Coach joseph Amoroso, George Allen, Thomas O'Sullivan, Arnold Einfalt, John Donello, Ronald Cori, William Allen. Robert Fehr, Michael Topping. WRESTLING SQUAD George Herceg, Manager Lee 'liodora 81 Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. jam. ja 11. jan. -lun. .I an. vlzi n. -lam. jun. ch F lfclu Feb cb cla ch F F F If 0 lm Laurie Kontis jump shot. opening to pass. Eagles Place l, Kf1ffling.' Carol Sue Johnson-Captain SZa11ding.' Gloria Rlzza, Karen Bl'CllllI1gCl', Carolyn Stofllet, Lzzurzn Klorz, j. V. CHICRRLHADIERS 2. Surroumlcnl by Wilson players, Blaine Mengel attempts n 3. Larry Lewis' fast foot work cvaclcs am opponent. 4. Guzirded by Wilson's Bobby Kline, 'liommy Buss looks for an BASKlC'l'BAI,L SCl'llfDUl.lf WHI'rmlA1.I. ..,. lzmmus ........ I'Al.Ml2k'1'oN ..., . FouN'rAlN HILL.. W ILSON ........... COPLAY ............. l'fAs'r S'rRoupsisuRu .,,. PEN ARGYL ......... PH!l,l.1l-slsukc. ...,. B,xNc:oR .......,. Hi-:1l.1al1'1'owN. . l'ARKl.ANo ....,.... FOUNTAIN I-l1Ll,.,. . XVILSON .........,. Coilmv ........... lf.-KST Sikouusnuko. . . PEN Aimvl. ...... . l,Hll.l.ll'Slil.fRG .... BANGOR ...,.., HlaI,i.i:R'roxvN. . . l'Aiuu.ANn. . .. VARSITY J. V. OPP ....63... ....6-L. ....47... ....63... uw uhh.. ..Jl.. ...50.. ...65... ..72... 46 55 Qfibf. .. .sou ..:s2... .,.78... ..n2.. ..J2.. 71 45 iif72f ....64.. NAIIS opp. NAHS ...53 .... ..... 57 ..... .21 ...43.. .... 46......29 ...32 ..., .... 66... ..35 ...56 .... . ...46......40 . .45 .... ..... 66... ..25 ..49 .... ..,.. 38... ..41 ..56 .... . ..3S.. . .43 ...78... . ...31......27 ..73... . ...36......45 ..74... .. ..4O......38 ..73.. . ...5S......2l ... ... . ..73......36 59 ...69... ....75......45 54 70 34 ...66 .... ..73 ...... 59 ..72 .... ..... 2 6 ...... 74 ..72 .,.. ..... 5 1 ...,.. 36 ...-19... ...36.. ...49 ..-W.. ....30......35 ..66.. .40......3S .,62... ..... S3......26 82 Mon Cn All-League Team lx'nffling.' Gary Schlcicher-gllmmger, Conrad Shimcr. Blaine Mcngcl, Coach Weiss- l l Stamli1zg.' Richard Frey, Richard Carr. john Fraunfcldcr, Vincent Luburich, '1 homas Buss, William Clewell, Harold Fracc, Larry Lewis, David Wambold VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD After dropping the lirst six contests on their 1957-1958 schedule, the Blue Eagle Cagers won 10 of their remaining 15 games to linish the season with 10 wins and eleven losses. Nine of these victories were scored over Lehigh-Northampton League opponents. Finally breaking into the win column with a 56-50 victory over East Stroudsburg, the Blue Eagles continued winning with victories over Pen Argyl, Phillipsburg, Bangor, and Heller- town before losing to Parkland, the second half champions. Bouncing back in good form, Nazareth smashed Fountain Hill, 69-50, and followed this up with their biggest victory of the year. the upset of a highly favored Wilson Borough team. To climax a thrilling game in which the lead changed hands several times, Tommy Buss dropped in a lay-up with a few seconds remaining in the contest to give Nazareth a 5-1-52 victory. During the 1957-1958 season Connie Shimer led the Blue Eagles in scoring with a total of 357 points. l-le was followed by Larry Lewis, who scored 183 points, and Tommy Buss with 175 points. Shimer was also top rebounder on the squad pulling in a total of 271 points. Tommy Buss had the best foul shooting average, scoring on 6392. of his shots. In addition to his team honors, Shimer, the Fifth highest scorer in the league, was chosen as one ofthe lirst live on the Lehigh-Northampton All-League Team with Tommy Buss receiving honorable mention. In a post season meeting Larry Lewis was elected honorary captain for the 1957-58 season. Kneeling: Samuel Darrohn, Manager Standing: joseph Nlcrola, Bruce Burley, Frederick Wolf,Daniel Schmoyer, Robert Arndt, Charles Bracken, lfrederick Dech, Kenneth Shook, Frank Franczak, Donald Altemose, joseph Csernak, Coach Trefny ul. Y. BASKli'1'BALL SQUAD Blue Eagles Composed largely of under- classmen, the inexperienced Blue Eagles found the going rather rough during the 1957 baseball season. The final record was three wins and nine losses. The three victories were scored over Lehigh-Northampton League op- ponents. liagerly Dick Hunt awaits the ncxt pitch l. Larry Deutsch executes a put-out in the Palmerton game. 2. To prevent a double play on a pop--Hy hunt, Dick King slides back into first base 84 Score Three Wins 1957 BASEBALL SCHEDULE Opp Naz. April 10 Whitehall. ,. ... 4. . . . . .1 April llfBangor ...... ... 6 .... . .7 April 12'fPen Argyl .,...,.. 9 ...... 6 April 16fffBangor ...... . . . 1 .... . .3 April 26eHellertown ....... 5 . .5 April 29fParlcland ......... 16 ,..... 9 May 3 E. Stroudsburg. . . 6 .... . .4 May 7eWilson ,.......... 11 . .6 May 9fPen Argyl .,...... 7 ...... 2 May 14 Coplay ,.......... 7 ...... 3 May 16 Palmerton .,...... 16 ..6 May 22 Fountain Hill ..... 3 ...... 5 C i, ' ua ,. ln an attempted pick-off play Larry Deutsch scoots back to first base Dropping the lirst game of the season to Whitehall, the Eagles bounced back to defeat Bangor 7-6 in the next game. The leading batsman for Nazareth was Richard Werkheiser, who went 3 for 4, slamming a double and a triple. After losing to Pen Argyl, the Blue Eagles again met and downed Bangor 3-1. Connie Shimer pitched a sharp two- hitter in defeating the Slaters. Finishing oil' the season in good form, the Blue Eagles defeated Fountain Hill by a score of 5-3. Dick King led Nazareth to victory with his third home run of the season. Connie Shimer, who Won three games while losing three, led the pitching squad with an earned run average of 1.58. Dick Hunt, first string catcher, had the highest accumulated batting average for the season, hitting .4-H. Ffrff Row: Dale Butz-Manager, Charles Rhoades, Gerald Gruhe, Blaine Mvngel, George Allen, Larry Koch and VVesley lVlohnflVlanagers Second Row: Terry Johnson, Conrad Shimer, Richard Hunt, Richard King, -Iohn Woodward, Paul Werkheiser, Barry Woolbert, Lawrence Deutsch 85 Third Row: Coach Andrew Leh, Robert Arndt, leo Fischl Harold Frace, joseph Csernak, Richard Gan 1 1 Wiersma, Bruce Burley Fourth Row: David Werkheiser, james Flick, Robert Kostcn hader, Thomas Buss, joseph Rina, William Sandt Charles Sleeman William Clewell and Albert Fry join at the net in their winning tlouhles strategy. Although only in their second year of competition, the Nazareth Area Senior Qlnill High School tennis team won one and tied two of their eight games. Mas' May May May May Nazareth Nefmen Improve 1957 TENNIS SCHEDULE Reading. . Easton. . . Allentown Bethlehem. . ,. . ... Reading. . lfziston. .. Allentown Bethlehem Opp. Naz. 2 0 3 3 4 ...,...... 6 .......,.. 0 5 .... ....l 5 .......... I 6 0 Firxl Row: Glenn Hertzog, Arthur Merzgar, l.zirry Kneeht, Gerald Eckhart Sammi Row: Albert Fry, William Scott, William Clewell, jack Fraunfelcler, -lohn Kostenbader Third Row: Coach lfclwzirtl Christman, Michael Topping, Rohert Hunt, Conrad Rice, Samuel Darrohn-Manager S6 Mengel Breoks School Records 1957 TRACK SCHEDULE Opp. N.II.S. April 11 Alumni .... ..,. 4 9 .,..... 50 April 17 Wilson ....,. ,... 7 LLM. ...... 24M April 23 Hellertown .... .,.. 5 lyg .,..... 4726 April 26 Whitehall ..... .... 5 3M ....,.. 365 May 1 Parkland ..,... .... 6 2 ....... 37 May 9 Phillipsburg ......... 70 .....,. 29 LEAGUE MEET - May 11, 1957 Wilson .....,,..... 46 Nazareth ,.,..... 2716 Parkland .......... 46 Hellertown ...... 615 Pen Argyl ....,...... 0 Although the Nazareth Blue Eagle Cindermen defeated the Alumni 50-49, they finished the season without a league win. Larry Mengel broke two school records. During the Whitehall meet he bettered Robert Zieglerls 1942 record of 125' UQ" hy hurling the discus 128' 1"g in the league meet he bettered Lee Fritchmanls 1956 record of 45' 6" to 45' 1025" in the shot put. Robert Serfass was team high scorer with a total of 7612 points. Nazareth placed second in the league meet at Allentown with a score of 272 points. 1. Larry Lewis sprints toward the finish line. 2. Larry Mengel throws the discus. 3. Robert Pritchard prepares to throw the javelin. First Row: Joseph Merola, Herbert Wise, Samuel l,oCicero, Todd blones, Michael Smolenak Sfcorzrl Raza: Joseph Lopresti. Melvin Jones, Charles Schaadt, LarryMengel, Robert Pritchard, L:1rryLeWis, Robert Serfass Third Row: Salvatore Calandra, Tyrone Ebcrts. Charles Arndt, Coach Robert Vlleiss. john Schlegel, David VVan1bold, Dale Kraatz .Fourth Row: Manager Richard Fox, Charles Bracken, David Kindt, Ronald Bittner, Richard Rhoadcs, l:I'Zll'!lfClIIlhR'l'llff'Il'l2I1, Joseph Brobston. Manager Ronald Kessler TRACK SQUAD I. VVhile enthusiastic teammates look on, Paula Kline and Nzmcv Kindt battle for a jump ball. 2. assisted by spotters, Gail Roth springs to the top of the Swedish ox. Girls' Afhlefic Club Afiords Exercise And Enjoyment To develop skills and good sportsmanship, the 65 member Girls' Athletic Club, supervised by Miss Stewart, meets every Wednesday and Thursday during the eighth period. This year the sports program for the club included basketball, hockey, volleyball, and softball, as well as gymnastics and other games. By participating in these sports and helping the club carry out its various activities, the girls are able to earn their athletic letters, requiring a total of 900 points. in the air. l I 1 3 3. A close volleyball game proves exciting as the girls enthusiastically battle to keep the bull l.L G I K K I I 1 E 5 Q ? 4 Your best buys are here in town. Patronize your local merchants and bank with us. Our savings facili- Businesses Provide Services ties are being used by Carol Getz and Carol Rulorli. The best time to start saving is right now. NAZARETH NATIUNAI. BANK ANIJ TRUST CUMPANY The Modern, Progressive, and Experienced Bank. Bfst wishes to the 1958 gradualff Of Nazareth Area Senior High School I. W. NEFF LABURATURIES, INC. STocKr:RTowN, PA. NEFOLAC NEFSLABS for for Phonograph Trallic Records Markings HENRY SCHLEGEL Ouifitterf for zllen and Boy: 13-15 BELVIDERE STREET NAZARETH PENNSYLVANIA Along Open Rood MERIN STUDIUS 1010 CHESTNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA 7, PENNSYLVANIA -Ianet Kurtz poses for her cap and gown portrait. All portraits appearing in this book are kept on file. Additional orders Inay be placed by mail. Nancy Ann Lee and Janet Kocher are at Shelton Keller's Window, and BarryWoolbert is at Gerald Meyer's window. These students are dis- cussing banking matters at the SECUNIJ NATIUNAL BANK of Nazareth which formally opened its new bank building December 14, 1957. This bank offers additional ser- vices in the form of a Drive-in Window, Free Parking Lot, and 24-Hour Day and Night Deposi- tory. The friendly service at this ultra-modern lI1StltLlfIOI1 makes It a good bank to do business With. BAKER CUNVALESCENT HOME For the REHABILITATION OF GERIATRIC PATIENTS Phone NAZARETH PL 9-2 740 Q . BILL RICH, NII. PREMIX PLANT Asphalt Paving Materials Hot and Cold Mix Material TATAMY ROAD NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA PL 9-0101 Modern IncIusIries USIIIANIIER IINIJ HIIIIGH Contractors BITUMINOUS PAVING 81 CONCRETING M. V. HOUGH Wind Gap R. D. 1 Phone: Naz. PL 9-2216 A. E. OSTRANDER 416 McCartney St., Easton, Pa. Phone: Easton 3-0631 PEIIPLES IJIIAL 81 SUPPLY IIO. STOCKERTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA Phone PL 9-3710 Fuel Oil, Coal, Lumber, Building Supplies "Everything from Cellar to Roof" Furnish Excellent Products 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 PL 9-1180 NAZARETH MILLS, INC. BELVIDIERE 251 WHITFIELD STREETS NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA This is a section ofthe Sewing Depart- ment where the famous Nazareth Brand of children,s underwear is made. THE TRUMBUWER CU., INC. EASTON ROAD NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA Phone Nazareth Pl, 9-3450 Service ai it! Bert Coal, lumber, building supplies crushed stone, ready-mixed concrete Qlfrjerything to build cmythingl Trade Where NOLFS l0CKER PLANT THE ORIGINAL FROZEN FOOD CENTER OF THE LEHIGH VALLEY Scientific Curing in Separate Refrigerated Curing Rooms and Two Heat-Controlled Smoke Houses Offer Hams 85 Bacon Cured Sz Smoked to Your Taste Complimentx Of NAZARETH MUTUAL HREINSURANBE CUMPANY 114 SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PENNSYLVANIA 94 Qualify Prevoils Congmtulatiom Clan' of '58 For about 30 years we have served the Comet and have seen it grow and get better every year. SANDERS-REINHARDT CU. P PHOTO ENGRAVERS 711 LINDEN ST. ALLENTOWN, PA. H29 Years of Service it MIERS LITHUGRAPHIC SERVICE ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA THIS IS THE MARK OF QUALITY Fabricated Steel Plate Products are much sought after by engineers and contractors all Over the east. As a result Nazareth is known in most of the states in the union and in many foreign countries NAZARETH STEEL FABRICATURS, INC. NAZARETH, PENNA. 93 Mrs. John RuloH', Mrs. Eugene Weiss, Miriam Michael Ervin Smith, Arling Stout. Peter Eckert, Morris Buss Cabfentl CAFETERIA STAFF CUSTODIANS INDUSTRIES HERCULES CEMENT CORPORATION Division of American Cement Corporation Stockertown Pennsylvania KRAEMER TEXTILES, INC. Nazareth Pennsylvania NAZAR ETH CEMENT COM PANY Nazareth Pennsylvania PENN-DIXI E CEMENT CORPORATION Nazareth Pennsylvania ST. REGIS PAPER COMPANY "Compliment: of St. Regif Paper Co." JEWELER L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY, Class Rings Walter G. Fly, Reprefentative 2038 Sycamore Street Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 96 And Communily Needs Are Supplied PLUMBING AND HEATING SHOGK AND TOTH Plumbing and Heating Contractors Phone PL 9--1470 or PL 9-0241 Nazareth, Pennsylvania TRANSPORTATION Compliment: Of TRANS-BRIDGE LINES INC. CHARTERED COACHES Phillipsburg, N. -I. - 5-1125 R ESTAURANT CARLDON,S RESTAURANT Sunday Dinners our Specialty May we serve you? Phone PL 9-9943 122 S. Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania The Mixed Ensemble sings "Sleigh Rideu and "jingle Bells" for the Christmas assembly 97 Pofronize Our BEAUTY SHOP MARY ANN,S BEAUTY SHOP 107 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania TOTH AND HOUGH BEAUTY SALON 212 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone PL 9-1930 CLOTHING STORE I ON THE SQUARE SINCE l894'EASTON,PA. CONTRACTORS FRANK J. TANZOSH, JR. Builder and Contractor R.D. No. 1, Nazareth, Penna Phone PL 9-4010 Evo TAVIANINI Excavating-Grading-Trucking 320 East Walnut Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone PL 9-1870 DRUG STORE KOEHLER,S PHARMACY Prescriptions Sz Drugs Your REXALL Store 35 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Sealed: Paula Reber, Dorothy Silfies, Patricia Stimmel, Susan Beirel Standing: Joyce Schultz, Judith Byrnes, Marilyn Morgan ORATORICAL CONTEST 98 Sponsors 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 PL 9-1960 FARM MACHINERY J. A. LoPREsTI Massy Harris New Holland Farm Machinery, Sales and Service Stockertown, Pennsylvania Phone PL 9-1580 FUNERAL DIRECTORS BARTHOLOMEW FUNERAL HOME 211 East Center Street Nazareth, Pennsvlvania Phone PL 9-1220 JOSEPH F. REICHEL Funeral Home 200 Washington Park Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone PL 9-9160 FLOYD W. SCHMIDT, Mortician 357 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone PL 9-2650 Licensed in Pennsylvania and New Jersey Sponsored by the Nazareth High School Alumni Association and coached by Mrs. Ruth McGonigle, the annual Oratorical Contest was held on March 3, 1958, at 1:00 o'clock as an assembly program. Marilyn Morgan won the first place award, Susan Beitel, second, Judith Byrnes, thirdg and Joyce Schultz, honorable mention. The other contestants were Paula Reber, Arthur Scola, Patricia Stimrnel, and Dorothy Silfies. The judges were Dr. Edward Sawyer, pastor ofthe Nazareth Moravian Church, Attorney Raymond DeRaymond and Mrs. Glenn Young. As part ofthe Ol'l'ice Practice program, Five local business groups-the Lone Star, Penn Dixie, and Nazareth Cement Companlesnand the Nazareth National Bank and Frust and the Second National Bank-cooperated by providing an oHice visitation for the thirty-two seniors In Mrs. Graver's Ofhce Practice classes. FURNITURE DEALER YEISLEY FURNITURE STORE -1-36 S. Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Peter F. Yeisley, Prop. GARAG ES BILL,S SINCLAIR SERVICE R. D. No. 2 Nazareth, Pennsylvania FOGEI.'s GULF AND FUEL OIL SERVICE Broad and Belvidere Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania SEYFRIED MOTORS, INC. Mauch Chunk and Church Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone PL 9-1680 SOLT CHEVROLET Sales Sz Service - Chevrolet 8: Oldsmobile -19 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURERS KEMMERER PAPER COMPANY School Supplies 2030 Vultee Street Allentown, Pennsylvania NAZARETH PLANING MILL COMPANY Sash Doors-Shutters-Blinds-Frames Stair Work-Cabinets Prospect and Green Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania UTILITIES MISCELLANEOUS NAZARIQTH FAIRGROUNDS AND FARMERS, MARKET, INC. Nazareth, Pennsylvania Compliments of NAZARETH .IACKSONIAN CLUB Nazareth, Pennsylvania PAINTING XVARREN H. BOWERS Painter and Decorator Floor Sanding and Refinishing Stockertown, Pennsylvania PRINTING AND ENGRAVING NAZARETI-I PUBLISHING CO., INC. -1-6-48 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsvlvania Phone PL 9-1070 REAL ESTATE TED LEWIS AND RUTH HOUSER, REALTORS 10 S. Front Street Easton, Pennsylvania "The Dzficult we do at ourf. The Impoxxible take: a little Zongerf, Easton 3-0771 TRANSPORTATION KLIPPLE Bus LINES Deluxe Coaches for Charter Bath, Pennsylvania Phone: TE 7-2211 UN 8-8533 BLUE MOUNTAIN CONSOLIDATED WATER CO. 62 S. Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania PL 9-1030 99 AUTO STORES NAZARETH AUTO PARTS Prospect and Green Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE ll2 South Main Street Home Owned and Operated Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone PLaza 9-1998 CLOTHING STORES BEN CHANE, MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR 60 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania EREEMAN'S GIFT AND DRESS SHOP We're not a satellite, But we do get around Our merchandise and prices are right As everybody locally has found. SM ITH'S TOT-TO-TEENS 106 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania COLLEGE BE'l'HI,EHEM BUSINESS SCHOOL, INC. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 60'rH YEAR AN APPROVED SCHOOL Business and Secretarial Courses CHURCHMAN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 355 Spring Garden Street Easton, Pennsylvania Customers Save CUT-RATE STORE MENGELS' VARIETY STORE AND CU'l'RA'l'Ii For Your Everyday Essentials 123 South Main Street Nazareth Greeting Card Center DAIRY, MEAT, 8: GROCERY PRODUCTS BAJAN'S FOOD MARKET 96 Seip Avenue Nazareth and East Lawn, Pennsylvanii BARNHART'S MARKET 49 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania BOERSTI,ER'S ECONOMY MARKET 105 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone PL 9-3695 DARROHN'S ECONOMY MARKET Hecktown, Pennsylvania Phone PL 9-4458 FRANTZ'S GROCERY STORE 301 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania -IOE GEIDER Main and Mauch Chunk Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania KEPPEIXS Pioneer Self-Service Market Centre Square, Nazareth, Pennsylvania Sealed: Beverly Smith, Judith Byrnes, Susan Beitel, George Herceg Cabsentj Standing: Mrs. McGonigle HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS Time And Money Rohed in their new imperial hlue gowns with white stoles, the 64-voice NASHS Glee Club presented their annual Christmas Concert in the senior high school auditorium on Saturday, December 14. DAIRY, MEAT Sz GROCERY PRODUCTS ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES fC0'l1.fi7Z1lfdD KERN'S MEAT MARKET Edward H. Kern, Prop. Home Dressed Meat and Poultry 105 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania O'l"l"S UROCERY STORE 307 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania PENSENl3ECK'S GROCERY Home haked goods our specialty Phone PL 9-9932 49 North Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania M. WYNNE, GROCER I8 North Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania DRUG STORE NAZAR ETH PHARMACY C. L. Scovell, Reg. Pharmacist, Prop. Prescription Specialists Nazareth's Largest and Finest Drug Store 68 South Main Street, Nazareth Phone PI. 9-3240 101 BUZZARD ELECTRIC Main and Belvidere Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania FEDON ELECTRIC COMPANY 25 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania ELMO L. FREY Electrical Appliances 39 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvanii HOWARD F. FOX "Everything in Elzciricu Bethlehem, R. D. 1 Phone Bethlehem UN 6-1969 R. K. STOUT Electrical Contractor 32 South Main Street Phone Pl. 9-2800 Nazareth, Pennsylvanii L. R. WERKHEISER I7 West High Street Your Friendly Philco Dealer Sales and Service FRIGIDAIRE, EASY X I-IOOVER Paul Youngkin Tatamy, Pennsylvania APPLIANCES In the Pre-Thanksgiving Pep Rally three seniors carry ofl' the Wilson corpse. FLORISTS ALPAUGH'S FLOWER SHOP " I1 Distinctive Floral Ailangeme ts for all Occasions 66 South Main Street Phone PL 9-1900 Nazareth, Pennsylvania RHYMER,S FLOWER SHOP 135 South Whitfield Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania GARAGES 8z SERVICE STATIONS COOPER'S MOBILE SERVICE Lubrication - Battery Service - Tires - Car Washing Official State Inspection Main Street, Stockertown, Pa. FINKBEINER'S SERVICE STATION Lubrication - Gas - Tires Tatamy, Pennsylvania S. ,l. GREGORY GARAGE Studebaker Sales and Service 27 Mauch Chunk Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania R. R. HESS AUTO BODY REPAIRS 142 North Spruce Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania FLOYD L. ,IONES CORP. Buick - Pontiac 25 S. Broad St., Nazareth, Penna. Use The Open KLIPPLE'S FLYING A SERVICE Nazareth and Bath Highway PL 9-9960 KROCK'S GARAGE Phone PI. 9-2648 or PL 9-3137 R. D. 1, Nazareth, Newburg, Penna. T. F. LEll, INCORPORATED Ford Sales and Service 235 Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania LICHTENWALNER MOTORS Lincoln and Mercury Dealer East Walnut Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania MESSENLEHNER'S SUNOCO SERVICE A to Z Lubrication 574 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone PL 9-9930 STANNARD,S SERVICE STATION Stockertown Pennsylvania SYSKOIS GARAGE General Repairing - State Inspection Atlantic Gas and Oil Nazareth Pike WELKIS ESSO SERVICE STATION Walnut antl New Streets Nazareth. Pennsylvania HARDWARE DEALERS NAZARETH HARDWARE COMPANY 49-51 Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania NAZARETH TOOL 81 SUPPLY COMPANY 150 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Peter F. Yeisley, Prop. INSURANCE ROY S. HAHN Notary Public and Insurance 14-4 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania FRANK HUTH Sz SONS, INSURANCE in all its Branches 104 South Main St., Nazareth, Penna. Phone PL 9-4-900 Roocl .Shopping Facilities JEWELERS ALBERT BRAU COMPANY Jewelry A Furniture - Appliances 25 North 2nd Street Easton, Pennsylvania - Phone Z-1871 Nazareth Farmers' Market R. D. LAMBERT Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania LICHTY'S WATCH REPAIR 124 S. Main St., Nazareth, Penna. We carry exclusive high school jewelry VVatches e Keepsake Diamonds G. S. OSWALD 48 Center Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania MANUFACTURERS BARRON AND FULLER PAPER COMPANY Easton Pennsylvania COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES FROM A FRIEND H 5: R INDUSTRIES Walnut Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania C. F. MARTIN AND COMPANY, INC. Nazareth Pennsylvania NAZARETH BUILDING BLOCK Bethlehem Highway, Route 12 Manufacturer of Building Blocks Concrete - Cinder - Waylite Blocks NAZARETI-I BURIAL VAULT 162 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania NAZARETH PAPER BOX COMPANY ISI South Whitfield Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania MISCELLANEOUS CLEWELL'S CIDER MILL R. D. No. 3, Nazareth, Penna. Apples, Cider, Home-cooked apple butter in season FI.ORA'S MILLINERY SHOP 66 South Main Street Flora M. Clewell, Prop. GRUBE 81 BETTS Sporting Goods 8: Photography 25 South Third Street Easton, Pennsylvania GEO. N. MILLER, SALES AND SERVICE R. D. No. 2 Nazareth, Pennsylvania G. C. MURPHY COMPANY Belvidere Street Nazareth, Penna. Through the courtesy of T. F. Leh, local Ford dealer, students attend a career conference on the opportunities al'I'orded by the auto lndustry. Buy Where Values Are Best NAZARETH SPORTING GOODS Broad and Belvidere Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania PL 9-1535 NORTHAMPTON FARM BUREAU "Owned by Those it Servesl' Phone Easton 2-0243 Tatamy, Pennsylvania SERVICE SHOPS SHIRLEY KROMER BEAUTY SALON 37 Mauch Chunk Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Complimenfx of NAZARETH CAB COMPANY WILLIAM M. SILFIES, REG. PROF. ENG. Phone PL 9-1710 Designing, Building, Construction 363 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania SNYDER MILLING COMPANY 435 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania WILSON ZELLNER MUSIC STORE 162 S. Main St., Nazareth, Penna. Conn, Getzen, Martin Freres Pancordion Used Instruments - Repairs PLUMBERS AND CONTRACTORS Compliments of EAST LAWN SUPPLY CO., INC. Nazareth, Pennsylvania ROY T. FEHNEL General Building Contractor Phone PL 9-1140 or PL 9-2390 R. D. No. 3, Nazareth, Pennsylvania PHOTOGRAPHERS APOLLO STUDIO Nazareth, Pennsylvania STULL'S PHOTO SERVICE 156 So. Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania RESTAURANTS AND HOTELS AMERICAN HOTEL Frank Horvath, Proprietor 202 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania CHERRY HILL HOTEL Frank -I. Nikles, Prop. R. D. No. 2, Nazareth, Penna. Phone PL 9-9985 SARAH-J DRIVE-IN Velvet Smooth Soft Ice Cream Famous Steak Sandwiches Secret in the Sauce COpp. Nazareth Fairgroundsj Route 12, Nazareth, Penna. WATER WELL DRILLING "JACUZZI" pumps, "BRUNER,' Water Softeners 5: complete water treating equipment Easton, R. D. No. 2 - Phone 3-8440 R. S. KOCHER, SR. Water Well Drilling 212 Washington Park Phone PL 9-4710 ROBERT S. KOCHER, JR. 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