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

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1 1 ' - w T Y is -4 'FEL gg 'I-'El I "gli - -Ji--' Q Y - - - - -' V i QZQYJIZIEIEIEI -1 1 - VEISI 1' i iil l ':' bl 4 I I J 4 ' - 1 -.. :-ff -'Iwi k -Til 11 rti sy. , im- N - ' - - .' --df 7- J , - - S I :sv - :Y ,li 5 Y Y W vi 7 V A 1 I v I , W I , L, F-,-, F V Fu Mums ' , I ' ' ' .1,...nH.5f-nl u-ur 1 , 5- .5 -, , 1 A1 I - -'sg ,Q Jr M . S , 3 , , , Q I. F. , 1 ., 5 , ' s Q N' - ' 1 , if ' if, 4 ' ' Fx . -, V . I, I . ,. Jw'-. . N gl L l DICK NAHQRSKY A VISIT TO OUR WORLD NAZARETH AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL THE COMET Published by the Class of 1959 NAZARETH AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Nazareth, Pennsylvania Member of Columbia Scholastic Press Association Member of Pennsylvania Scholastic Press Association 1 As we exchange OUR VVORLD for the WORLD of the FUTURE may we reflect upon our experiences of the past three years. We have lived in a com- pact world of preparation, Whether they Were special- ized or general, science or the artsg here We found the keys to open the doors of the future. May we hope that OUR WORLD of the FUTURE will afford us the same op- portunities and pleasures that were found AROUND OUR WORLD. AROUND OUR WORLD Administration and Faculty Students Curriculum Sports Activities Advertisements JOINT SCHOOL BOARD OFFICERS OUR President ........ .... R EVEREND FLOYD R. SHAFER Vice President .... ........................ J OHN FOX Secretary ..... ..... W ILFRED SHEETZ Treasurer .... . . .CHARLES SCHNERR NAZARETH AREA JOINT SCHOOL COMMITTEE Sitting: Maurice Zellner, Mrs. Marguerite Thomas, Wilfred Sheetz-Secretary, Herbert Cobley-Superin- tendent, John Fox-President, Elwood Unangst-Vice President, William Smith. Standing: Gustave Fox, Charles Peischl, Woodrow Brong, Peter Yeisley, William Beck, Charles Schnerr-Treasurer. BUSHKILL TOWNSHIP Vincent Altemose William Beck Floyd Lahr John Lieberman Maurice Zellner STOCKERTOWN John Fox Carl Fry Melvin G. Kaniper Russell Metzgar William A. Schultz LOWER NAZARETH TOWNSHIP George Bartron Walter Buss Gustave Fox Lewis Kleintop Norman Millheim TATAMY Hugh Leake Lester Scott Rev. Floyd R. Shafer William C. Smith Frank Sours 4 NAZARETH 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 GENERAL ASSEMBLY Mr. Herbert F. Cobley, the chief exec- utive of OUR WORLD, assumes the re- sponsibilities of correlating- the programs of the Area Joint Schools from kinder- garten through twelfth grade. These pro- grams are developed to benefit those Who Wish to further their education and those who Will terminate formal education with graduation. Through the efforts of our chief exec- utive We have been successful in the trans- ition from a Joint School District to a Union District, which will become effec- tive at the end of the school' year. FREDERICK C. BENFIELD HERBERT F. COBLEY The Secretary-General of OUR WORLD is the principal, Mr. Benfield, who is re- sponsible for the supervision of curricu- lum, advising the student body and gen- eral operation of the plant. Another of Mr. Benfield's many duties is that of coordinating the Viewpoints of parents, students and teachers. In November, 1958, the Nazareth Area Senior High School culminated a success- ful evaluation under the guidance of our principal, Mr. Benheld. ELIZABETH BGRDNER Librarian Library Club I i' g OUR CIVIL 4 iZ MRS. RUTH McGONIGLE .' 'F 'iii Latin U zri ' HOHOP Sofriety i'- - f ,.'," Oratorical Contest We I German I and II g j First Aid Club :Li-i B I J. FREDERICK KNECHT ELIZABETH SLOAT ROBERT HARDING Junior English Senior English Blue and White School Publicity Honor Society Adviser Sophomore English Junior English -Senior Class Play Chess Club MRS. MIRIAM ZELL A . if if " "'.' 2 fery- 1 'f'i J ic ,, iv' "2!.' A ' H t "1 'iff rnerlcan' IS ory lq! 1VQ!XX? Dramatic Club A QUENTIN ZELL Problems of Democracy Blue and White F' I 1' 'K- ag ..f S 153:52 EVA LAZORACK Solid Geometry FRANKLYN KOSTENBADER Trigonometry Physics Algebra II Physical Science I Biology Science Fair Projects FTA ADAM SHEKLETSKI Chemistry Physical Science II Science Fair Projects Radio Club GUY CUMP JAMES ROTH Plane Geometry Biology Algebra II Photography Club Projectionist Club 6 . SERVANTS MRS. A. JANE BLEILER Personal Typing General Busi11ess Typing I Knitting Club Sophomore Class Adviser Honor Society Adviser MRS. VIRGINIA GRAVER Shorthand I and II Oflice Practice Blue and White Typists 50 Plus Club MRS. MILDRED METZ CHESTER FELVER MRS- BELVA KOLESSNR Bookkeeping Consumer Economics Typing I and II Arithmetic Commercial Arithmetic Introduction to B1lSlHCSS School Treasurer American History C0l11et Business Registrar Blue and White Business RICHARD SCHMOYER World History Comet ANDREW BROCK Shop Stagecraft Club BIRS. BIARY ANN MORIN Hgme and Hobby Shop HOIDB EC0Y10IHiCS Senior Class Adviser FHA Mechanical Drawing N?-2:-'V AUGUSTINE WEINHOFER Instrumental Music Majorette Club Band ' . 'li X 4' ,ll -' :P 1145 ' Z l If X Q f 1 4 A Ii HQ f A QW13fFQ,f3 T- MRS. DELORES BROOKS World History Sophomore English Reading Club JEAN CLUTE Art Arts and Crafts Club Stagecraft Club Comet Art ite, ii iiik - X -. is Q, .4-.. .ar X f 5' ,,,i,, Aff. ai ,L .. fm it H , j J 4? FLOYD SCHLEGEL Mixed Glee Club Boys' Glee Club Girls' Glee Club Girls' Ensemble Mixed Ensemble Organ OUR CIVIL ROBERT REICHARD Guidance Student Council Honor Society Jr. Class Adviser SERVANTS EDWARD CHRISTMAN JOSEPH AMOROSQ RQBERT WE155 WILLIAM TRFFNY Varsity Football Coach Wrestling Coach Varsity Basketball Coach J. V. Basketball Coach Tennis Coach Asst. Football Coach Track Coach ANDREVV LEH JANET STEWART Physical Education Physical Education Health Cheerleaders J. V. Football Coach Girls' Athletic Club Baseball Coach Gymnastics Club Faculty Athletic Manager f-.7-4 H , , .ll ga -K fa? i ,K :f i 1 M V.,1 GUY OWENS Health Driver Education Asst. J. V. Football Coach MRS- JOSEPHINE TINTERA MARY SLOAT MRS. ELAINE DOYLE MRS. RUTH KLI PPINCPR SCl100l Nurse Cafeteria Manager Secretary to Mr. Benfield Secretary to Mr Cobley 8 SENIORS 1 Seated: Carl Krein, Marilyn Morgan, Arnold Einfalt, Ann Leopold. Standing: Mr. Brock, Thomas Buss. . ' . .-,.1, 's,.f52:!571e1AfwA - -I -3 - ' ., , in ,f I I l ' my ' , me azef-sgm:7f5Z12r?5+:' - f. ,- if - J' mf5w,:eds, . -V l 4, . aff-i X-fufige ,ffKff1??k23f5T4?22 " 1"'7 m i-we , -imwstmsfsf 1. gm ms! a -f"faf121fFt,45fe5 I gfiefitfszlsifw f 1Inngiifsstfwe W W 55 - 1-li,'?'i9EQ?7ieSg ' " 'W ::a:' ."' ' ,Ea?'rfgHsT'fffvmegf ..:.IEi:5'5"' firffrtfify, 7:"Eff-galil " , ff: r ' f ff -' ' Q? we aa 2 .kg 1 Y, 5 it M5525 fflffefx? vintage agwg Nitrile 33515 255 al Km -,..-.v - ff, in ,a2'fgfi.fv iss 1 ' M, -. - gg iff Egg? .r al Y 3 X ,. X N 1. ga, K , N 1' all la' ,age f' fly PS9 X 22 Q Y ,ru 8,53 1 5515 Y l SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President .............................. CARL KREIN Vice-President. . . . . . ARNOLD EINFALT Secretary ..... ,.... A NN LEOPOLD Treasurer .... ........ T HOMAS BUSS Historian. . . ..... MARILYN MORGAN Adviser. . . ..,. MR. ANDREW BROCK NELSON ALPAUGH Nelson . . . husky, fun-loving college prep student . . . enjoys football and track . . . partial to dancing . . . future teaching plans Comet Business 2, 35 Football J.V. lg Football Varsity Q, 39 Glee Club 1, 33 Track Q, 3 CAROL ALTEMOSE Carol . . . cute . . . garrulous sec- retarial student . . . rock and roll addict . . . enjoys dancing, paint- ing, and singing . . . future dance instructor FHA Club 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 3 MARGORIE ARDUINI Margie . . . tiny, easy-going sec- retarial student . . . good sense of humor . . . pleasing personality . . . likes popular music . . . future secretary FHA Club 1, Q, 33 Glee Club 1g 50 Plus Club 3 CLARENCE BAKER Bud . , . friendly . . . humorous fellow . . . pleasing personality . . . enjoys working with cars . . . active in community affairs . . . future Air Force career Glee Club 1, Q, 33 Ham Radio Club 13 Projectionist Club 3 .f ., u ax We Egifts + ,Lk K K f, 3:42 ' , f' '- 1. - , ft K Q15 mziw mr f Q ifikijgifiififiiilili 4 - ' QWie-trfgtsfgstf ., - ,sv5,:.mi,5'z,n5?': ,222 , 'fr ' Q af 1 . 3 X Hfiyfig . L 5.7 1 V V K ig? - -' tif Kfs fFRx,1mt'.4i W"xi-5f.if,f5f.?5fp-'ix,,,?3Niihfxi, SENIORS WANDA BAKER Bonnie . . . dark-haired . . .lo- quacious student . . . enjoys swim- ming and football . . . deep dimples . . . avid pizza pie eater . . . future beautician FHA Club 1, 3 ROBERT BARTHOLOMEW Digger . . . good-looking and popular academic student . . . capable but mischievous . . . pos- sesses a witty sense of humor . . . interested in Jeeps . . . frequent visitor to honor roll . . . plans future in forestry work Blue and White Photography Q3 Chess Club 13 Class Treasurer Q3 Comet Business 33 Ham Radio Club 1, Q3 Photography Club 13 Prom Committee Q3 Student Coun- cil 1 EUGENE BERGER Gene . . . loquacious practical arts student . . . fond of hunting, fishing, and horseback riding . . . not addicted to school . . . future Army career MICHAEL BILL Mickey . . . good-looking . . . quiet . . . serious minded, college prep student . . . speedy quarter- back from Tatamy . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . future college plans Varsity Baseball 13 J.V. Basket ball lg Chess Club lg Comet Editor 3j Varsity Football 3g J.V. Foot- ball 1, Q3 J.V. Football Co-Cap- tain Q3 Honor Society 1, Q, 33 Hon- or Society Vice President 33 Prom Committee Q FAITH BAUER Faith . . . friendly commercial student . . . enjoys a good joke . . . avid sports fan . . . future secretary Blue and White Typist 33 Knit- ting Club Q, 3g 50 Plus Club 3 ANNE BECK Anne . . . cute, hard-working secretarial student . . . pleasing personality . . . likes to read movie magazines . . . future secretary Comet Layout 1, Q, 3: Comet Typist 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Honor Society 1, Q, 3 , gf 3, if , 513411 .::, wif? fmgsv : 5.3543 ., fab: 1' i swiss '23 We ,vs 3 TW- :vb- Af : 1 1.-. aa: 57 - I '- an-is : ff 1 , ' - -'anfzfvf -. iff: buf '-.wx-9' " 'ff 5, . its ,.f'5?? 3 I 7' W5-ek ,damn EEYX J fi' -'r 1' '.1-tee-f.'tQ, . 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Wrestling his favorite sport . . . future college plans Photography Club 13 Projec- tionist Club Q3 Wrestling 1, Q, 3 JOSEPH BROBSTON Joe . . . inquisitive college prep student . . . keeps classes in a state of confusion . . . active in sports, especially track . . . drives a 1930 Model T Ford . . . plans to be an engineer Blue and White Photographer 1, Q, 3, Chess Club 15 Football J.V. Q3 Varsity 3g Glee Club Q, 33 Honor Society lg Track 1, Q, 35 Photog- raphy Club 1 GAIL BROWN Gail . . . good natured commer- cial student . . . enjoys dancing and parties . . . roller skating and sewing favorite pastimes . . . plans to enter service as a dietician Library Club Q, 3 SENIORS g::?f.2C21, ' ' , l .,,s,.fa'. 1.1 wk, Q it K I3 I ff' ,ggi L. . 7, , JE, I , my A , . 7',7Q,g.sir, ' 1 -. ei , ra--we-.zggm tffhfl-ff 1' ,, , i"HiP7g,L 't - K' f?':Q1'3f?f-1' 'Mr 'lf?fi'?3--iffiii .ri 1' r sfiitfifffwxiililfi -4. ,Q at if--Hagw fn z me . rg Jgasw mtv. ra 24: . M if ar aw,-,wm.n. wi ,xt Ma :uw-ff,-flaeata-imrffri . THOMAS BUSS Tommy . . . tall mischievous college prep student . . . high bas- ketball scorer . . . odd sense of humor . . . one of the class clowns . . . future history teacher Baseball Varsity 1, Q, 3g Basket- ball Varsity Q, 35 Basketball J.V. Captain lg Prom Committee Q3 Student Council 1 ELAINE BUTZ Elaine . . . friendly college prep student . . . appreciates music . . . fond of dancing . . . avid sports fan . . . future elementary teacher Athletic Club 13 FHA Club 1, Q, FTA Club Q, 34 Glee Club Q, 3 1 1 3 r .a iitg wfgn ff . 'S'-w smffhxz,-i ' " wge t ' - 7795751 ' eS:fc1:.:- - r l ' 'f ft gi f A tw. 'ii-31 L, ' -afsagfvgl SANDRA BROWNE Sandy . . . friendly college prep student . . . flashes a pleasant smile . . . keen sense of humor . . . willing student council worker . . . interested in sports . . . future ele- mentary teacher Athletic Club 1, Q, 3g Blue and White Typist 3g FHA Club Q3 Glee Club 33 Intramurals 1, Q, 3g Knit- ting Club 3g Prom Committee Q3 Spelling Contest Q3 Student Coun- cil 1, Qg Treasurer 3 ESTHER BUSS Esther . . . friendly, practical arts student . . . active church and -1-H member . . . enjoys football and basketball . . . future art career Athletic Club 1, Q, 35 Comet Art 33 Knitting Club 1, Stage- craft Club Q, 3 JANE CHRISTMAN Jane . . . loquacious blue-eyed blonde . . . peppy cheerleader . . . enjoys sports, especially swimming and bowling . . .4 secretarial plans Cheerleader J.V. 15 Varsity Q, 33 Ensemble Q, 33 Glee Club 1, Q, 35 Prom Committee Q HELEN CLIFT Suzy . . . fun-loving . . . peppy . . . participates in many sports . . . serious about her future plans, teaching mathematics Athletic Club 1, Q, 33 FTA Club Q, 33 Library Club 1, Q, 3 SENIORS MARTIN CORTEZ Martin . . . friendly practical arts student . . . likable . . . in- different toward school . . . ardent boxing and football fan . . . future plans undecided Chess Club 15 J.V. Football lg Boys Cooking Club 1 SAMUEL DARROHN Sam . . . frolicsome . . . well-liked . . . good tennis player . . . honor roll student . . . plans a career as civil engineer Basketball Manager 1, Q, 35 Chess Club 1, Q, 33 Honor Society Q, 35 Tennis Q, 3g Tennis Manager 1 CARLA DINSTEL Carla . . . tall, slender brunette . . . likes sports, especially swim- ming and ice skating . . . honor roll student . . . plans to be a ped- iatrician Athletic Club Q, 3g Comet Edi- torial Sg Dramatic Club 1, Q5 Glee Club 1, Q, 3g Honor Society 1, Q, 35 Prom Committee Qg Senior Play Committee 33 Science Fair Pro- ject 1 JOHN DONELLO John . . . affable . . . teachers pest . . . hard-charging tackle and good wrestler . . . car enthusiast . . . future lawyer Class Vice President Q5 Football Varsity 1, Q, 3g Prom Committee Q3 Wrestling,1, Q, 3g FTA Club 3 may in -:f -- -:-: New we , 1 ,M , z ,,,,, .. wigifwi gg, gg,ew,gf1f: , fe-fKg,,,qQ55,,5, ie ' ' Q sz a,'sisf22?iafa?f??islx:Gillis ri -- z glmiqees sw ,, Q grfsavhg 2 ,S X sf ffilfi 2 awe-sf.,,y,,,f 2-4 ws aziefiiiefflefsits'-5' We isi'z',?iff . .. , '15Hifl?,'l5f,f1f SVQE7 A L - jgffgfmi sz me ' ' ' 311 s .W 3,.2m.i,,f CAROL DeGARMO Tottie . . . energetic practical arts student . . . fun-loving . . . artistically inclined . . . enjoys sports . . . future artist PRISCILLA DIDOVITZ Priscilla . . . affable . . . enjoys dancing to records and swimming . . . secretarial career . . . likable commercial student Athletic Club 3g FHA Q5 50 Plus Club 3 .- 3 1, 1 W 5' si gm , 'A 5 all Y. V it .. 55 if ll! ,Q 443 at-Q, i aff 43124 -A aff 1- x ff K at i e ,Q psi ff, X " 3 ,if ta fi eff, ,af 1, sir geM5i",F,-grate? iifiifliiiif , ' ies? - de Q, Jaw tween 3 W it ag f GX i fm: X -3 N 2 -1 ef 2 at ' rr cf M. 'Elia AUDREY DOYLE Audrey . . pleasing personality . . . active participant in swimming and dancing . . . concerned about the appearance of her hair . . . fu- ture beautician FHA 33 Glee Club Q, 3 ELIZABETH DROSNOCK Betty . . . cute . . . friendly com- mercial student . . enjoys dancing and sports . . . energetic cheer- leader . . . pleasant personality . . . future secretary Cheerleader J.V. 13 Varsity Q, 3g Dramatic Club 1g Prom Commit- tee Qg Senior Class 'Play 35 Comet Editorial 3 GERALD ECKART Gerry . . . red-haired general student . . . not especially fond of that institution called school . . . participates in tennis and wrest- ling . . . Navy plans Chess Club 1, Q, 3g Tennis 1, Q, 33 Wrestling 1, Q, 3 RONALD EDELMAN Ronald . . . happy-go-lucky practical arts student . . . school a necessary evil . . . likes to go hunting and fishing . . . plans to join the Air Force Basketball Manager 1g Foot- ball J.V. lg Projectionist Club Q5 Shop Club 1g Boys, Cooking Club 1 ,Lay Qui? Lofacnlvrhflz Cgjfffo-ZA fclffvf 7f1,,f-ow-ff ff' Q60 W f,'m'svg',g:- ,,,Qg,,ge.r K, 2.,73?,,3,iEt,,m N , - Q.. W kj ,1,, , i,g,u. K , .su .. we ay -K n - ,ig - X We 5 ,555 , ,xi y , In if ,wx , .5 gf I SYLVIA FELLER Sylvia . . . dramatic college prep student . . . individualist in dress . . . 6 year Student Council mem- ber . . . hobbies-cooking and sew- ing . . . Hair for interior decorating . . . college plans Comet Editorial 35 Dramatic Club 1, Q5 FHA Club Q3 Honor Society 1, Q9 Oratorical Contest- Honorable Mention 1, Prom Com- mittee Qg Senior Play Committee 3g Student Council 1, Q, 35 FTA Club 33 Secretary 3 HERMAN FISCHL Butch . . . a tease . . . easy-going college prep student . . . hot rod enthusiast . . . student band direc- tor . . . future music teacher Band 1, Q, 3, Chess Club 1, Q, 3g Prom Committee Q ARNOLD EINFALT Arnie . . . handsome, blue-eyed general student . . . all around ath- lete, excelling in football . . . enjoys swimming . . . class Vice President . . . plans to attend business col- lege Baseball Varsity Q, 3, Baseball Captain 33 Football Varsity 1, Q, 33 Science Fair Projects 3, Stage Craft Club 35 Wrestling 1, Q, 3 ELWOOD EYER Woodie . . . quiet . . . average commercial student . . . likes sport and hunting . . . service plans Basketball J.V. 15 Football J.V. 1, Q, Football Varsity 33 Track Q, 3 g Wrestling 3 14 JERRY FLANK Jerry . . . mischievous industrial arts student . . . hunting and fish- ing enthusiast . . . school a neces- sary evil . . . future undecided JAMES FLICK Jim . . . fun loving college prep student . . . friendly . . . enjoys singing and baseball . . . 10th grade Spelling Bee Champion . . . Air Force or college plans Barbershop Quartet Q, 33 Bas- ketball J.V. 1, Varsity Q, 33 Ensem- ble Q, 3g Glee Club 1, Q, 3 r. .. 1e- EQ ,ff ar r 5 , .,,,, E . - pr, , , gy , ..,. n,,,.g5 5-,ki-53 frail QS- M 3171, X., , S weft-f vsdwairrf- mf '85 , ss J. .1 -, - -gt .. e A .... , , 12,2351 ,sq , , 31,3 all f . ,jf-saw, .wa ger SENIORS JANET FLICK Jan . . . conscientious commer- cial student . . . friendly . . . enjoys dancing and roller skating . . . future secretary FHA Club 1, Q, 3 JOAN FOGEL Joan . . . friendly commercial student . . . enjoys dancing . . . neat dresser . . . ardent sports fan . . . plans secretarial career Athletic Club 33 FHA Club 1, 2, 33 Photography 1 RICHARD FREY Dick . . . good looking college prep student . . . active in sports . . . dark wavy hair . . . enjoys singing . . . physical education teacher Barbershop Quartet 23 Basket- ball J.V. 1, Varsity 2, 33 Boys' Ensemble 33 District Chorus 2, 33 Ensemble Q, 33 Football Co-cap- tain 33 Football Varsity 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 3 BARRY FRITCHMAN Barry . . . friendly . . . mischie- vous business student . . . partici- pates in sports . . . not too fond of school . . . Air Force plans Chess Club 13 Football J.V. 13 Football Varsity 2, 3g Glee Club 33 Projectionist Club Q3 Wrestling 1, Q, 3 HAROLD FRACE Turtle . . . impish practical arts student . . . fond of sports . . . enjoys tinkering with cars . . . not addicted to school . . . service plans Baseball Varsity 1, 2, 33 Basket- ball J.V. 1, Varsity 2, 33 Boys' Cooking Club lg Projectionist Club Q3 Shop Club 1 JOHN FRAUNFELDER Doc . . . tall college prep student . . . pleasant smile . . . enjoys ten- nis and baseball . . . fishing enthus- iast . . . six year band member . . . college plans Band 1, Q, 33 Basketball J.V. 13 Basketball Varsity 2, 33 Honor Society 1, Q, 33 Honor Society Treasurer 3g Prom Committee 23 Tennis 1, 2, 3 ALBERT FRY Albert . . . roguish, fun loving college prep student . . . has partic- ipated three years in District Band and one year in State Band . . . en- joys tennis . . . musical career Band 1, 2, 33 District Chorus 33 FTA Club 23 Glee Club 1, 33 Prom Committee 23 Tennis 1, 2, 3 CAROL GABERT Carol . . . quiet commercial stu- dent . . . spaghetti her favorite food . . . likes swimming and ice skating . . . secretarial plans FHA lg Knitting Club 1, 2, 33 50 Plus Club 3 LORETTA GARGER Letty . . . energetic commercial student . . . ardent sports fan . . . enjoys dancing . .- . future secretary or beautician FHA Club 1, Q, SQ Library 23 50 Plus Club 35 Prom Committee 2 GLORIA GARREN Gloria . . . friendly college prep student . . . fond of sports . . . quiet . . . enjoys reading . . . future un- decided Athletic Club 1, Q, 33 Knitting 3 SENIORS if .vb J 'E l 1 X 5 is 'S-4, - , Tijgfg Xa ef f. 2 .-25.22 I -5 of S fs. , 5 -Mk Q 2 if , Q is X , Q XX X Q s 5 l n Y -z aa SX Mi, W Q, X 1 'P .' 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Air Force plans FHA Club 1 MORRIS GINDER Ginder . . . quiet and mischie- vous . . . general business student . . . active YMCA member . . . swimming enthusiast . . . not par- tial to school . . . future undecided Home and Hobby Club 3g Stagecraft Club 1, 2, 3 MARY ANN GROLLER Mary Ann . . . quiet academic student . . . avid rock and roll fan . . . enjoys all sports . . . laugh all her own . . . nursing plans Dramatic Club 35 First Aid Club lg Knitting Club I DENNIS GRUBE Dennis the menace . . . mischie- vous academic student . . . excel- lent sense of humor . . . honor stu- dent . . . football manager . . . mechanical engineering future Football Manager 1, 2, 3g Honor Society 2, 33 Senior Play Committee 3 ' 1 E :aj l Q I It if fl it ,, 1 M 1 xt agar , . ff 1 ' fm l F fit. ,. 3 i Q e, - ,fi Jr 'Q-wfiii Q I ,, 51:,,fz,,fig-ggi if f ew si -H11 ff ' ,gpg K fs 1 92251- J' lain. I :if :m in , , f-,fair UQTQ1, J 1 EI' N we ROBERT HARTZELL SENIORS ROGER GULICK Roger . . . tall, thin general stu- dent . . . pass-catching end . . . enjoys all sports and finds pleas- ure in photography . . . plans to enter service Track Q, 33 J.V. Football Q Varsity Football 3 ALFREDA HADL Fritzie . . . affable commercial student . . . neat dresser . , . assoc- iate editor of Our World . . . 4 year band member . . . future secretary Blue and White Editorial 1, Q, 33 Associate Editor 3g Honor Soci- ety Q, 33 Prom Committee Q3 50 plus Club 3 ,-4' 1 MAE HEIMER Mae . . . college prep student . . . ardent sports fan . . . interest in dramatics . . . enjoys horseback riding . . . future nurse Dramatics Club Q, 35 First Aid Club Ig Knitting Club 1 1 ,.V. , ,gs A -a lit' 2' T' 1 L , 9: agp! 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X93 ,gs S1141 t Carol . . . dependable college prep student . . . fine alto voice . . . artistically inclined . . . avid gum chewer . . . plans art career Dramatic Club 13 Ensemble Q, 33 Glee Club 1, Q, 3g Prom Com- mittee Qg Student Council 1, Q, 3 RONALD HOUSER Houser . . . al'l'able academic student . . . hard-driving fullback . lover of good music . . . hard- working and reliable . .' . future engineer Barbershop Group Q3 Basket- ball J.V. 15 Ensemble 1, Q, 39 Dis- trict Chorus Qg Glee Club 1, Q, 3g Football J.V. 13 Captain 19 Foot- ball Varsity Q, 3g Prom Committee Q9 Student Council 1, 33 Track Q SENIORS TODD JONES Todd . . . reserved college prep student . . . fond of track and bas- ketball . . . dresses conservatively . . . future statistician Basketball J.V. 13 Chess Club 1, 2, 33 Honor Society 2, 33 Track 3 BARBARA JURASITS A .U 1 Babs . . . friendly college prep ' .,.., 2' student . . . dramatically inclined f . . . smooth talker . . . avid sports fan . . . teaching plans fl of Z. 5IEF'.' 1- .,.':5: . : ' , fs!'?gg1,'s2-79 , Dramatlc Club Q, 35 First Aid , Club 1 ' .,,. .ai Qiggilf ge :- ef' s1,,,s,5,f1z,:-- 1, , ig rl,-, ,-,l,r ,W ,al I, fy , itfszwzsisr ' if -Y , 5 ELLEN KELCHNER Ellen . . . blue-eyed blond . . . ambitious secretarial student . . . f ' T , ,,,, 3 year band member . . . her hobby, 'V f We , Fi singing . . . plans to enter the busi- -an. 'K ness World Band 1, 2, 35 Ensemble Q, 39 KX gg ii-les , E M lie it is , , , , 1 at - ..:q.. .. ,.-f 1,,,.,A:Y, 1 - X if 5 ' Q - Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Library Club 2 I ?d,,P1iiiiH'f'5,if?ffi,f?Qr'i?5K -Q , w1t:ffs,. . . ,. ., SHARI KELLOW Shari . . . academic student . . . loquacious . . . enjoys and partici- pates in most sports . . . fond of horses . . . plans to be a nurse Athletic Club 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3g Prom Committee 2 ' KERMIT KEMMERER W ,A Kermit . . . quiet fellow . . . serious ,-,.-p V . p minded chess player . . . school not I-Him' V his primary interest . . . future f farmer Vp . Chess Club 1, 2, 3g Chess Cap- , ,Iii tain 9 f Y 1 if K1 5' 1 fl-3 av 1 . ,, R fs' if 25 :J 1 u g fi 1 ,U 4' 1 wayne si ,331 K ffl? ,GTI filit ,Asp taxa K feet ,ffi , ,lf if ,,f,4i 1 ' f. E is 4-Jgp. .ik fudge 1 Q if Ifitff RONALD KESSLER Kessler . . . terrific drummer . sports car enthusiast . . . chess player . . . three-year band mem- ber . . . plans to join the Air Force J.V. Basketball 13 Chess Club 1, EZ, 3 THOMAS KIDD , Tommy .. . pestiferous college A fiflfflil ti" F A prep student . . . chess whiz . . . ' Q, ,,,. zealous chatterbox . . . keen lllllltl future engineer 1::" s 'lv ,V 1 55' ,gs . ,fifffgaf R155 .,,. Q, - 1, ,. fl-:M , Q f,,,g,:f, ,,,gg5g1g K Q, -5-,L ,M ,.f2ffz,,',:w'f gaze? , -- si of -' -:11ws,szgz,,1.sf:vfl asm -. 5,113 7-,ff-1 'fe W wv,1s,fes,wv,w.:- Q :rw , , W ,,. . M. as, DAVID KINDT Dave . . . loquacious . . . enjoys track and football . . . possesses a keen sense of humor . . . not partial to school . . . service plans Football J.V. 13 Varsity Q, 35 Photography Club 2g Track 1, Q, 3 'lf' Ar 'F' .22 K 5 'ggi 'Wig ,, Q ,E fi K B, J Bs 5 W, , E 5 H-iii as lla it 1 p X ,Q .g fiiif. .,w?"'-..i ."?T5s A ' .. .... w :A' - . 1 n f aaigh ' riff fiifffgaa, ff if -. N 1 SENIORS ELAINE KLINE Elaine . . . quiet secretarial stu- dent . . . avid sports fan . . . pleasant . . . future secretary FHA Club 1, 2 LARRY KNECHT Knechtie . . . tease . . . mischie- vous . . . easy smile . . . enjoys play- ing tennis . . . curly hair . . . future restaurant owner Basketball Manager 1, Stage Craft 1, 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, 3' RICHARD KOSTENBADER Richard . . . friendly general student . . . hefty build . . . band member . . . enjoys tinkering with cars . . . future undecided Band 2, 35 Wrestling 1 ROBERT KOSTENBADER Kosty . . . eflicient Student Council president . . . popular and willing worker . . . tough tackle . . . enjoys all sports . . . college plans Baseball Varsity lg Chess Club 15 Class President 1, 2, Football Varsity 1, 2, 3g Prom Committee Qg Student Council 1, Q, 3g Vice President 25 President 3 LARRY KOCH Larry . . . happy:go-lucky . . . mischievous . . . enjoys swimming . . . fond of popular music . . . future undecided Stage Craft Club 1, 2, 3 LAURIE KONTIS Laurie . . . cute and friendly college prep student . . . excellent personality . . . peppy cheerleader . . . avid sports fan, especially basketball, football and swimming . . . enjoys dancing . . . future teacher Cheerleader Varsity 3, J.V. 25 Dramatic Club 1, 33 Girls Intra- murals 2, 35 Hockey 2, 3, Prom Committee 2 19 PAULINE KOWALCHUCK Pauline . . . affable . . . friendly smile . . . loquacious . . .earnest Worker . . . future secretary Blue and White Editorial QQ Typist 3g Library Club 3 WILLIAM KRAEMER Bill . . . outstanding wrestler . . . full of fun . . . happy-go-lucky . . . art lover . . . college plans Football J.V. 1, Varsity 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Ensemble 3, Student Council 2, 33 VVrestling 1, Q, 3 CARL KREIN Kreinie . . . hard charging center . . . popular . . . plays a "hot" sax . . . dependable . . . college plans Football J.V. 1, Varsity 2, 35 Basketball J .V. 1, Varsity 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Ensemble 3, Class President 3g Class Treasurer 13 Track Q, 3 WANDA KRESSLEY Wanda . . . rock n' roll addict . . . diflident unless you know her . . . enjoys all sports . . . future teacher Dramatic Club 35 First Aid Club 1g Glee Club 33 Knitting Club 1 SENIORS ' '- ff, , JOSEPH LOPRESTI Joe . . . happy-go-lucky . . . friendly personality . . . basket- ball manager . . . Air Force plans Basketball J .V. 13 Basketball Manager 2, 3g Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Ham Radio Club 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3 RICHARD MAHORSKY Dick . . . frolicsome general stu- dent . . . interested art student . . . friendly . . . neat dresser . . . future in art career Baseball Varsity Q, 3g Chess Club 1, 2, 33 Football J.V. 1, 2 1 itys IAAII . W , ,, ,ti.,q,t,...,, h,.,, . ff ' . . W si QV ez' ' , 432 " -1. af, . V' . 'few A , 5 MARYANN LECHN ER ANTHONY MALE Maryann . . . soft spoken secre- Tony . . . tease . . . school a tarial student . . . quiet, willing necessary evil . . . enjoys tinker- worker . . . three year Blue and ing with engines . . . service career White member . . . future secretary Wrestling 1, 3 Blue and White Editorial 1, 2, 33 Honor Society 2, 3 ANN LEOPOLD Ann . . . known for her red hair . . . vivacious captain of cheerlead- ing squad . . . full of fun . . . enjoys all sports . . . commercial plans Cheerleader J.V. Captain 1, Var- sity Q, 3g Captain 3, Class Secre- tary 1, 2, 3, Comet Layout 1, Q, 33 Editorial 35 Honor Society 2, 33 Student Council 1, 2 BRENDA MALE Bren . . . quiet commercial stu- dent . . . brown eyes . . . enjoys rol- ler skating and dancing . . . future secretary Athletic Club 1, 2, 33 FHA Club 2, 3, Library Club 3 , ef. . at SENIORS .fs W 5, .... X fffff BETTY MARTH RICHARD MILLER - X 1 CO0kie - - - ta-ll, dark COHIPIBX- Richard . . . tall, reserved, col- 'Q'z :' ioned, and affable . . . four year lege prep student . . . appreciates band member . . . avid sports fan good music and actively partici- :. E' . . . future teacher pates in many musical festivities " is Band 1, 2, 35 Comet Typist 33 . . . plans college career FHA Club Q5 Honor Society 2, 3: Barbershop Group 25 Chess Knitting Club 1, 2 Club 15 District Chorus 2, 35 En- semble 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Senior Play Committee 3 5 g ,. . 5irr,r . ysyr 5 CHARLES MERLO BERNARD MOLNAR I, A . ,, 5 1- A g Charlie . . . mischievous college Bernie . . . casual except when g f 5' -A 4. ' , prep student . . . math whiz . . . playing drums . . . avid hot-rodder W-V- A f" as , enjoys listening to hi-fi records and . . . keeping the Ford clean is a ,-,gfi-jj ,Q " ALV. taking life easy . . .possesses akeen must . . . friendly disposition . . . if gif'51fgfij,f I 5 ' mind . . . college plans future undecided .i,' Q' r,L U Chess Club 15 FTA Club 29 Ham Band 1, 2, 35 Wrestling Manager , ,,,,.i., I pllzz HQ ,"t ' - - Radio Club 1, 25 Comet Business 3 15 Varsity 2, 3 ' f ,V z,1' 1 5 fast 5 etii 'l'- ARTHUR METZGAR Tosie . . . slim, facetious college prep student . . . has dramatic abil- ity . . . zealous chatterbox . . . en- joys teasing . . . unmatched sense of humor . . . college plans Athletic Club Q5 Dramatic Club 1, 25 Glee Club 35 Prom Committee 25 Senior Play 35 Tennis 1 WALTER METZGAR Walt . . . sports enthusiast . . . I :" 3 ,5 ' ' enjoys deep sea fishing and swim- ming . . . plans to enter United States Navy Baseball Varsity 35 Football J.V. 15 Varsity Q, 3 tw - ' H '52 , ,A ' S1?55sw'f5if'v1i f, ' erf'y,:W',,,.1fe?K -wifi 'Q 5 .. , ' QAEQQS4 5 1 1 i j gi aaa ' . .I sw, I 1 , fi ., . , f 'Q -2 :.,gy,1Aff ggi: - -- w,1 'ws1. H ,. 5 f5,g.1,,ff Lf,,f1f - A . :. ......, 1 ,,,,,,,,,,,: , W ,,,, MARTHA MOOSCH - ay,-mgtf ,L-Swiss .f .," ff Martha . . . petite . . . has giggle - all her own . . . enjoys sports . gqg ig .C domestically inclined . . . plans sir? Yi 1 53 E' ,is 4, kia ii 3 K As- 3 5 A we nursmg career Athletic Club 15 Glee Club 35 1 ' Knitting Club 15 Library Club ., .21 as 1 qfaafw f me :V 51' wg' vsfestisff we K if e sifvs V -vt ,1'l"15PffWigfffffziiigii? 5 wg: 5-gst'5955?fe5fiiQt'i.1 A 1 . , ,sswm-: as , f sr . MARILYN MORGAN 2,3 Marilyn . . . a gay college prep student . . . active socially . . . friendly, fun-loving ensemble mem- ber . . . quaint sense of humor . . . plans to enter college Blue and White Editorial CZ, 35 Dramatic Club 25 Ensemble 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Honor Society 1, 2, 35 Oratorical Contest 2, 35 Prom Committee Q5 Science Projects 15 Senior Play Com tee 3 Fair mit- RICHARD MOSER Richard . . . quiet practical arts student . . . school a major dislike . . . enjoys hunting . . . future un- decided THOMAS O,SULLIVAN Tim . . . sociable, witty academic student . . . enjoys Dixie-land jazz . . . member of Honor Society . . . future plans include college Band Color Guard 25 Chess Club 1, 2, Comet 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 23 Honor Society 1, 2, 3g Prom Com- mittee Qg Student Council 23 Ten- nis 1, 23 Wrestling 23 Wrestling SENIORS M vu..- Q-je. sa?-fr X Q L 4 KE , Q iw.: 7 .j 4 . ? is 3 K gas fs! VIRGINIA PHILLIPS Ginny . . . pleasing college prep student . . . enjoys swimming, bas- ketball, and dancing . . . spaghetti and Pat Boone are tops in her es- timation . . . future elementary teacher FTA Club Q, 3 3 Glee Club 23 Knitting Club 1 DIANE PIRHER Diane . . . diflident business stu- dent . . . favorite pastime is Watch- ing television . . . collects old rec- ords . . . future beautician Athletic Club 1, 3g Knitting Club 35 Reading Club 3 Manager 3 'e . ' , - ,gg ffuseH2'14v,sfv,mfggiggfgf2isf2,sP2,siHaieiili .- . , , ,,,,,,, F ,,,,. ,,, ,,,.,, .,,..,r. 1 ,s,m . it f- new . e if j ip ati-F-If ROSEANN PAUKOVITS Roseann . . . taciturn blue-eyed blonde . . . ardent Ricky Nelson fan . . . four year band clarinetist . . . Blue and White Editor . . . future nurse Band 1, Q, 35 Blue and White 1, 2, 33 Comet 3 ROBERT PFLUGLER Pflugler . . . quiet . . . not espec- ially interested in school . . . D.A. haircut and catty clothes his trade- mark . . . plans to enter Air Force JOYCE POWELL Joyce . . . taciturn commercial student . . . embroidering a favorite pastime . . . Johnny Saxon and Sal Mineo rate high with her . . . future undecided FHA 1, QQ First Aid Club 1 CAROL REICHARD Carol . . . friendly, brown-eyed commercial student . . . possessor of many 4-H honors . . . enjoys miniature golf and ice skating . . . future undecided Athletic Club 1 2' FHA Club 2 3' 50 Plus Club 3' Prom Com- mittee 2 zzjifjfiffysigsgggQfgifsiiiMfffsjgrirsrfr F241-rE.1fE11?:ffi1f2,2fa-we-lqfiegiasmi'9E ,. ,,'.o,'1f" f -Q ,- ,U sf 4 . 1 We 1-If 6 423 .V Q ' Q Q as 'J 1 s Y if E ,sw ! 3 7 W 1 V931 I 5'1""'if,,: V- X 3 'F as i f filiiii- f , ,ew 9, YF- . ,wwf -' . ' 'iv if If - -if "3 ,. ' 1 I 1 L I , 1 as A mit. ,K Ne, Qmjwjww M, w ge ar 3 ax ea. Q X N W -, lx L fm ig A7535 Q 3? "fi 31 'W , ,... Q 1,:ww.x -. .Aw ,ff SENIORS VIRGIL REMALEY Virg . . . industrious business student . . . good sense of humor . . . favors baseball . . . homework not to his liking . . . service plans Baseball Varsity 2, 33 Chess Club 2, 3g Wrestling 2 CONRAD RICE Conrad . . . quiet college prep 5, student . . . mechanically minded C A . . . hunting and Hshing before ' school . . . likable . . . friendly . . . "iii future undecided Home and Hobby Club 1, 25 A Tennis 1, Q L wteax- V- ,Wet " zzfffaab LEROY RINEHART LeRoy . . . tall, husky, general student . . . likes camping . . . not overly fond of school . . . full of , ,,,,, L up DONALD REPPERT .t ' 'KL Donny . . .mischievous general Vu- ' "' - " student . . . enjoys hunting and "' .. V, Hshing . . . Milwaukee fan . . . Air 1 H. -'1, Force plans ' ' 1 I Chess Club 1, 23 Stagecraft Club ,T , 15 Track 1, 92g Wrestling 1 S rsiie C ,M -., V wig., 113 '-ls? 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T , . f i ,L . it z iffifff s 325293 ff ' '-l'5'7,E'E ?f.iif i '5k?K s V if fjii,-figijf , K 'silfi V f MELVIN RINKER Mel . . . average general student . . . enjoys hunting . . . fancies swimming . . . fun loving . . . friendly personality . . . future Marine Home and Hobby Club 1, 23 Stagecraft Club 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 1 NORLAINE ROBERTS Norlaine . . . petite commercial student . . . agreeable personality . . . interested in sports . . . enjoys reading . . . pleasant smile . . . neat dresser . . . future beautician Athletic Club 25 Glee Club 2, 33 Prom Committee 23 Student Coun- cil 1, 2, 33 Student Council Secre- tary 3 CAROL ROTH Carol . . . quiet commercial stu- dent . . . active in vocal groups . . . enjoys ice skating . . . small and petite . . . future bookkeeper Ensemble 2, 33 Glee Club 1, Q 33 District Chorus 2 KENNETH SALTERN Ken . . . mischievous college prep student . . . funloving . . . tinkers in mechanics . . . friendly . . . good sense of humor . . . college plans Comet Editorial 33 Stagecraft 1, 2, 33 Wrestling 1 " i -if f ' ' A 5 SENI 'K .nf V 'H , 5 4 mm '1 ,gli 4 ' ' S, , tj 3 2 M ,if ' 1' as , if 5 f P X M wi, if- - J are ' Yi 'K ORS BRUCE SCHMIDT Schmidty . . . tall, husky, gen- eral student . . . licensed ham radio operator . . . rock and roll dance enthusiast . . . plans to enter college after Navy Senior Play 3 LORAINE SCHOENEBERGER Loraine . . . college prep student . . . easy-to-get-along-with . . . en- joys sports and dancing . . . active in Girl Scouts . . . relishes Manto- vaniis music . . . future nurse Athletic Club 1, 23 Comet Edi- torial 33 Library Aid 33 Knitting Club 13 Stagecraft Club 1 .gy f N ,yits 4 DONNA SANDT ' H - Donna . . . loquacious general ,t,,, ,',. ' student . . . pleasing personality Y, f'if'gg,'f . . . came to NHS from Wilson in gift-1 V, her sophomore year . happy-go- A '-"- '- lucky and easy going . . . future A gq- V. undecided . Athletic Club 23 Knitting Club 2' 3 5 , 3, A s RAY SANDT ' Ray . . . lively general student . . . . trickster . . . active 4-H mem- gg ber . . . likes tinkering with his 3 ifjff ' Chevy . . . pestiferous . . . future iff Lfgf' mechanic q A Chess Club 13 Home and Hobby ,A 3 . Club 1, 23 Photography Club 1 I A' ' .FSL L K .t 'east' 'S V 3 m'i,'.:i'fif PAUL SCHUCH Shoe . . . friendly general student . . . keen sense of humor . . . not addicted to school . . . everyone's friend . . . mischievous . . . future Navy man Home and Hobby Club 1, Q JOYCE SCHULTZ Joyce . . . conscientious aca- demic student . . . active 4-H mem- ber . . . likes animals . . . talkative at times . . . dependable and friendly . . . future nurse Band 2, 33 Dramatic Club 1, Q, 33 FHA Club 1, 2, 3g Oratorical Contest 1, 2, 3g Science Fair Pro- jects 13 Senior Play Committee 3 24 , -wi beak fr? rv, .5 S f f 1 5, 2 ,Gi 'Mr , . k fy ,::,.,Ei,gg, ffm, X NL R K . fizfq' -:2,j25,Q1i:5i1.f,Q,. '21 1-'Qi 3, rf X Wai- . , .X vm 1' ,i is 3 L if -if W , s, ,.w,,-1 K ' 3, . ""2,'lVQ5s3553,'f', ' 3 ' i Ziff! fr, wsi'ffvT?'f:,f ' -' sw,-:is ,.. , 3 3,5453 I ,LV 'RW SENIORS ARTHUR SCOLA Archie . . . college prep student . . . determined to get ahead . . . chap of many words . . . amicable . . . avid chessman . . . future un- decided Chess Club 1, 2, 3g Oratorical Contest 1, 2, 33 Home and Hobby Club SQ FTA Club 3 PATRICIA SENSENBACH Pat . . . affable college prep stu- dent . . . loquacious . . excels in art . . . favors snappy clothes . . . likes sports . . . always on the go . . . future teacher Blue and White Editorial 13 Blue and White Co-editor 23 Blue and White Editor 33 Dramatic Club lg Glee Club 33 Honor So- ciety 1, 25 Prom Committee 2g Science Fair Project lg Senior Play Committee 3 CHARLES SLEEMAN Charlie . . . quiet, practical arts student . . . enjoys baseball, hunt- ing, and fishing . . . not addicted to school . . . future undecided Baseball Varsity 1, 2, 3 THOMAS SLEEMAN Tommy . . . friendly practical arts student . . . sports enthusiast . . . negative to school . . . service plans Baseball Manager 1, 2, 35 Foot- ball J .V. 1, Q3 Varsity 35 Stagecraft Club 1, Q, 3g Wrestling 1 iii. 21193 jr , gn, gifrsx. if 1 .. ,. nn HHS! aff of ,M Y, A W gf IOHN SEYER John . . . general student . . likes hunting and fishing . . . friendly . . . mechanically minded . . .future mechanic Home and Hobby Club Q KAY SHAFER Kay , . . cheerful college prep student . . . avid roller skating fan . . . happy-go-lucky . . . talk- ative . . . future housewife Athletic Club 1, 2, 33 FHA Club 15 Knitting Club 1 '.,:,. Q 3 an 3 S are 2 if' r M'f' - ' , V. 2 W 'v" 25 gi X zg' ' k".1',-if 5 5551 ff' fi iffy -jli.z2gg,,-I, -2 BERNICE SMITH Bernice . . . taciturn . . . active in scouting . . . enjoys movies and reading . . . future secretary Athletic Club 1, 33 FHA Club lg Glee Club Q, 35 Knitting Club 1, 2 CARL SMITH Schmitty . . . wavy-haired busi- ness student . . . flashing smile . . . happiest when hunting and fishing . . . future Navy plan Wrestling 1 JOSEPH SMITH I Joe . . . quiet practical arts stu- dent . . . school not his primary interest . . . enjoys swimming . . . service plans Football J .V. lg Stagecraft Club 33 Track 3 ' MARYELLEN SMITH Maryellen . . . tall, well-liked commercial student . . . avid sports fan . . . enjoys bowling . . . keen sense of humor . . . secretarial plans Athletic Club 1, 2, 3g Blue and White Typist 2, 35 Prom Com- SENIORS MARLENE TEADA Marlene . . . easy-to1get-along- with . . . commercial student . . . likes pizza, sports, and music . . . pleasant smile . I . secretarial plans Athletic Club lg Comet Typist 33 Glee Club 2, 33 Honor Society 13 Knitting Club 19 Stagecraft Club 1 GLORIA TEMOS Gloria . . . difiident commercial student . . . good sense of humor . . . enjoys sewing, cooking, and dancing . I . future undecided Blue and White Typist 2, 33 FHA Club 3 mittee 2 MARVIN SMOYER Marvin . . . slender academic student . . . frequently on honor roll . . . a serious worker . , . future college plans Band Q, 35 Chess Club 1, 2, 35 Honor Society 1, Q, 3g Track 2, 3 JOSEPH STELTZMAN Joe . . . mischievous practical arts student . . . enjoys sports . . . indifferent to school . . . member of Marine reserves 26 SUSAN THOMAS Susie . . . blonde commercial student . . . domestically inclined . . . enjoys swimming and dancing . . . future undecided LEE TODORA Lee . . . well-liked general stu- dent . . . iiirtatious . . . fleet-footed fullback . . . enjoys dancing and all sports . . . service plans Football Varsity 3g Track Cap- tain 3g Wrestling Manager 2, Wrestling 3 f gi t vm 5 I. Xi, rw., b -,: f ,mi . X it , 1 ggi pd ,, w x ' ' file sf" fill f' if ff X gig Q 5 Y M ,, 'll ,.g.ir 44" f fn-fe ueaafif, 'TQQZRE W1 zeI5iff1gLf, izzitii' V, X Z . ,,A,s,,, ,,Af 1 1 tyyr .Lg ,V. L fflfiifaigk iyliiflf ,T -wil +2,:sSfefi:'iiTfif,Maie,s giazgj M. ,I fx" ii 5 . 'Q-Q '-,,' filggiqfjlgiq .513 sie' rrss iilzifzfsrfa """' 11f:ii3ii .S L 2 SENIORS ROBERT TOPPING Mike . . . agreeable disposition . . . excels in wrestling and tennis . . enjoys math and science . . . dances are strictly "off limits' for Mike! College plans Tennis 1, Q, 33 Wrestling 1, Q, 3 NANCY TRACH Nancy . . . cooperative high honor student . . . enjoys all sports, especially swimming . . . cute blonde with blue eyes . . . ardent football fan . . . college plans Athletic Club 1, Q3 Comet Edi- torial 33 Glee Club 33 Honor Soci- ety 1, Q, 33 Honor Society Presi- dent 33 Library Club Q, 33 Science Fair Projects 13 Senior Play Com- JOHN VIGLIONE John . . . everyone's friend . . . a quick smile . . . capable and willing worker . . . excels in wrestling . . . future businessman Chess Club 1, Q3 Comet Typist 33 Honor Society Q, 33 Senior Play Committee 33 Student Council 1, Q, 3g Wrestling 1, Q, 33 Photog- raphy Club 1 JANET VOSPER Janet . . . pleasing personality and nice smile . . . Blue and White typist . . . fond of school . . . enjoys boating, drawing, and swimming . . . future secretary Blue and White Typist Q3 Comet Typist 33 Honor Society 1, Q3 Knit- ting Club 1 s l " 'K '23, 't Q4 .A ,sf gf? , T1-if 's gsm g GERALDINE UNANGST Gerry . . . conscientious com- mercial student . . . good at short- hand . . . enjoys swimming and relishes all Italian foods . . . future secretary Band 1, Q, 33 Blue and White Typist Q, 33 Honor Society Q, 39 Library Club Q, 3 SANDRA VAN HORN Sandy . . . attractive commer- cial student . . . flashes a pleasant smile . . . willing student council worker . . . future housewife Athletic Club 33 FHA 13 Knitting Club 13 Library Club Q, 33 Prom Committee Q3 Student Council Q, 3 mittee 33 Student Council 1 VI, 'Q tht? s img '11 Sai H ? it Q7 DAVID WAMBOLD David . . . attractive smile . . friendly college prep student . . . speedy quarterback . . . college plans Athletic Club 13 Basketball J .V. Co-captain 1, Varsity Q, 33 Foot- ball J .V. Co-captain 1, Varsity Q, 33 Track 1, Q, 33 Home and Hobby Club 1, Q, 33 Science Fair Project 1 JUDITH ANN WASHKO Judy . . . cute academic student . . . vivacious cheerleader . . . honor roll student . . . neat dresser . . . enjoys all sports . . . college plans Athletic Club Q, 33 Comet Edi- torial 3g Dramatic Club 13 Glee Club Q, 33 Honor Society 1, Q, 33 Senior Play 33 Cheerleader J.V. and Varsity Q, 3 SENIORS MILLICENT WEISS Millie . . . short brown hair and deep green eyes . . . neat dresser . . . talkative commercial student . . . fond of dancing and swimming . . . future secretary Band lg Blue and White Edi- torial Qg Blue and White Typist 8g Glee Club 1, 2, 3 NANCY WILSON Nan . . . fun-loving commercial student . . . small but mighty . . . energetic sports participant . future bookkeeper Athletic Club 1, 33 FHA Club lg Knitting Club lg Library Club 2, 3g Prom Committee 2 MARY ANN WUKOVITZ Mary Ann . . . talkative aca- demic student . . . loves "hot dogs" . . . enjoys playing piano . . . hard working Blue and White Editor . . . future teacher Blue and White Co-editor 2g Blue and White Editor 3g Blue and White Editorial 15 Honor Society 2 DAVID WERKHEISER -' I I David . . . pleasing personality A , 'Y 7 N . . . friendly business student , . . f Q ' possesses a good tenor voice . . . . , 1 Q A, excellent baseball player . . . Navy Q' sy li 37. plans -' Glee Club 25 Baseball Varsity Fw fi- it 1: 21 3 'i x , is L A T, t efiff g 4 fi . ..,'-,', gjf ij' L. ' - f L S QM- 2 1 ,. ,.f wi 17 st t , . -1 ,Q-' ..f, f, '- -'67 l if if if fi K ' aww. . ,N . ' f M ? .in LaRUE WERKHEISER LaRue . . . quiet honor student . . . enjoys learning foreign langu- ages and playing piano and organ . . . addicted to mystery movies . . . future nurse Athletic Club lg First Aid lg Glee Club 2, 35 Honor Society 2g Knitting Club 1 BRENDA WERNER Brenda . . . petite, flirtatious commercial student . . . friendly personality . . . enjoys dancing, swimming, and ice skating . . . future interior decorator Athletic Club 1, 2, 33 Comet Typist 35 FHA Club lg Prom Com- mittee2 CAROL WUNDERLY Carol . . . affable . . . loves to drive . . . favorite pastimesg sew- ing, swimming and ice skating . . . future secretary Blue and White Typist 2, 3g Knitting Club 1 CAROL WYNNE Carol . . . happy-go-lucky, col- lege prep student . . . chatter box . . . nice dresser . . . enjoys music . . . avid sports fan, especially swimming and tennis . . . future elementary teacher Blue and White Editorial 13 Blue and White Associate Editor 2, 3g Dramatic Club 13 Glee Club 35 Honor Society lg Prom Com- mittee 2 28 SENIORS f R HENRY YESKA Henry . . . nonchalant . . . neat 3 1 dresser . . . proud owner of a Merc . . . active 4-H member . . . future H A undecided 1' ian , ,, u Q -,,, . . ,., fish 2 , .:.: fx . 4.3, ,er Us-k-33. , .1 -'fiefiffizgg f ' ' . ' i f ifff ererr 9 BETTY ZALESKI Betty . . . talkative academic student with a pleasing smile . . . musically inclined . . . Pat Boone fan . . . sports enthusiast . . . future social studies teacher Band 1, Q, 35 FHA Club 13 First Aid Club lg FTA Club 13 Honor Society 13 Knitting Club 1 i i 'i ,ul s my Avzi I Vhlv V yi y your , GERALD ZIMITZ Slash . . . jolly, easygoing busi- ness student . . . hard charging tackle . . . hunting and fishing his favorite pastimes . . . a friend to all . . . Navy plans Stage Craft 13 J.V. Football 13 Varsity Football 2, 35 Wrestling Manager 3 WALTER ZUROWSKI Walter . . . mischievous fellow . . . school a necessary evil . . . Air Force plans Thomas Buss-future fire chief. Student Council President Robert Kostenbader crowns the Prince and Princess of the Sweetheart dance. U KSA G Q FEATURES V sb Vis? -4""i -.X 4 e A 'V - I , I a I g uuihs lf' X B Ln 1 , B e K C 0 A I , 'k,N,:. Ls 'X-. W LA V: ,,A. l I3 5? xx 9 a QT, X 8 Vffy J J Brucie. I X.. anie K D- NA Hans K r He floats through the air FEATURES Navy's youngest recruit, Nancy Wilson. Washko prepares to "take-off" on "Quack-Quack cheer." , i I 1 Seated: Joseph Merola, Carol Sue Johnson. Standing: Grattison Quinter, Mr. Reichard, Bruce Burley. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Adviser 31 Joseph Merola Bruce Burley Carol Sue Johnson Grattison Quinter Robert Reichard JUNIOR CLASS First Row: Jean Altemose, Jane Dymond, Gloria Buss, Doro- tl1y Dulac, Karen Breidinger, Joan Bello, Nancy Einfalt, .Joanne Eckhart, Annamae Dech, Kay Fehr. Second Row: Jean- ette Dollivar, Lorena Eberts, Mary Jane Altemose, Alice Ach- enbach, Conrad Bowers, Bruce Burley, Earl Daney, George Allen, Sandra Brobston. Third Row: Fredrick Deck, Robert Arndt, Donald Altemose, Frederick Bendl, Joseph Csernak, VVilliam Browne, Drew Arndt, James Brong. The Junior Class, consisting of 171 students, has had six representatives in the District Chorus, Susan Tan- hauser, Dorothy Dulac, Ann Shekleski, Robert Fehr, Joe Merola, and Edward Messenlehner. Robert Fehr, who plays cornet, also attended District Band. First Row: Joan Fogel, Rosalie Gostony, Patricia Gerhart, Judith Frable, Judith Haftl, Carol Johnson, Sandra Geakc, Janet Jones, Carol Getz, Richard Fischl, DeeAnn Hoch, Shir- ley Hawk. Second Row: Carol Gower, Janice Kardelis, John Groller, George Hardy, Charloyne lloffmeister, Susan Hooper, Carolyn Stoiflet, Barbara Gradwohl, Earl George, Gerald Roth, Robert Fehr. Third Row: Carl Hallman, Albert Gosslcr, Frank Franczak, Duane Herbst, George Hunt, Aloys Hammer, Richard Carr, James Houzer, VVayne Fehr. JUNIOR CLASS First Row: Gloria Mitman, Veronica Lilly, Karen Monprode, Peggy JOHCS, Leilalli King, Janet Kern, Samuel L0CiCSI'0, Marlene Miller, Janet Metz, Laura Klotz, Gloria Krantz, Carol Leon Lieberman, J. Phillip Marth. Third Row: Stanley Konya, Lichner, Judy Jones, Barbara Kurtz, Mary Metz. Second Row: James Kemrnerer, Edward Messenlehner, Harold Keller, John Knisley, Leon Klipple, Dale Kratz, Kathleen Mitrnan, Joseph Merola. First Row: Gloria Rizza, LaRue Sandt, Myra Rissmiller, Nolf, Jacqueline Rinker, Patricia Richards, Linda Rinker, Sandra Peppell, Adrienne Rissmiller, Ronee Roth, Carolyn Mary Olson, Ronald Nolf, Robert Sawyer, Anthony Ramunni. Renner, Shirley Saeger, Gail Roth, Ruth Paff, Judy Sabo. Third Row: Angelo Rampulla, William Sandt, Richard Second Row: Richard Sakasitz, Grattison Quinter, Frederick Rhoades, Richard Repsher. 33 JUNIOR CLASS First row: Larry Steigerwalt, Judy Shankweiler, Marlene Smith, Carol Staats, Delores Snyder, Ann Shekletski, Joan Solt, Dorothy Silfies, Carolyn Schnakl, Patricia Stirumel, Raymond Myers. Second Row: Patricia Spangenberg, Carole Snyder, Judy Shook, Anita Shoemaker, Barbara Seip, Grace Snyder, Sandra Schaffer, Marion Snyder, Miriam Schaefer, David Sloyer. T hird Row: Larry Slutter, George Scott, Ken- neth Shook, Chester Stoudt, William Schadt, David Solt, Earl Seip, Donald Sysko, Michael Smolenak. F 'irst Row: Margaret Wukovitz, Doreen Yeakle, Gloria Tran- sue, Frances Wyjhoskie, Barbara Yeisley, Carole Unangst, Carol Vogel, Leilani Young, Nancy Viti, Elizabeth Toth, Kar- men Weaver. Second Row: Lawrence Tashner, Carl Toth, Susan Tanhauser, Sybil Thompson, Sandra Unger, Betty Van Horn, William Welk, Edward Ternos. Third Row: Garry Werk- heiser, Barry Welty, David Werner, John Welk. SOPHOMORE CLASS Seated: Thomas Smith, Mrs. Bleiler. Stafndiug: Judith Willimet, Del- bert Cressman, Valeria Happel. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President ........................... THOMAS SMITH Vice-President . . . .... DELBERT CRESSMAN Secretary ..... ..... J UDITH WILLIMET Treasurer. . ........ VALERIA HAPPE Adviser .... . . .MRS. A. JANE BLEILER First Row: Constance Brong, Gloria Berger, Patricia Boyle, Eileen Buss, Edythe Browne, Joanne Bartron, Silvana DeLuca, Joyce Apgar, Evelyn Baltz, Arlene Baltz, Joan Antoine. Sec- ond Row: Richard Charles, Rodney Applegate, Nancy Bick- ert, Nancy Albright, Margaret Craemer, Janet Banny, Lois Butz, Rebecca Bartholomew, Sharon Bleam, Robert Bauer. Third Row: Frederic Braun, Harold Bauer, Kenneth Butz, Larrie Conners, William Brace. SOPHOMORE CLASS First Row.' JoAnn Frey, Barbara Eberly, Kay Fuls, Linda ryn Fehr, Joanne Eyer, Emma Frey, Eileen Dieter, Diane Gabert, Joanne Faust, Carol Fehnel, Doris Flick, Myrna Eberts, Vera Derhammer, Daniel Engler. Third Row: Richard Easton, Palminia Ferretti, Betty Flick, Rosanne Frankel. Sec- Drey, Dennis Fox, Walter Fry, Ralph Dorshimer, Earl Frantz, ond Row: Elmo Frey, James Drissel, Verna Derhammer, Kath- Donald Frace. The sophomore class enrollment totals Q12 students with 114 girls and 98 boys. Representing the class on the Varsity Football Squad was Jeffrey Marsh, Walter Fry, William Shook, Lynn Rothrock, while Kenneth Butz and Albert Toth are on the basketball team. Fi'-975 R070-' Jerry HH1St03d, Dale H6I1del'Sh0t, Barbara Hllhll, Kern, Sandra Jones, Carol Kametler, Carol Jackson, Franklin Carol Heller, Margaret Hendershot, Janet Heckman, Valeria Houser, John Hedgecock, Barry Hawk, Elmer Kennedy, Third Happel, Bernadine Gensits, Joan Hunter, Glenn Gold, John Row: Larry Hawk, Ronald Ggld, Joseph Giuffre. Broner. Second Row: Richard Hardy, Ronald Garger, Douglas 36 SOPHOMORE .CLASS First Row: Diary Laurito, Sheran fMetz, Rosemarie Mazzie, Hope Kleppinger, Carolyn Kostenbader, Barbara Klotz, Pa- Janicc Kostenbader, Linda Mertz, Marilyn Kressley, Dorothy tricia Kindred, Constance Lahr, Dale Mengel, Raymond King, Elsie McGrath, Nancy Magditch, Beverly Lewis, Miri- Mackes, David Kratzer. Third Row: Donald Kline, Barry am Kessler. Second Row: Martin Manning, Merritt McGrath, Kresge, Bernard Kubelis, Ronald Lutz, Jeffrey Marsh. First Row: James Riefenstahl, Brenda Reiter, Mary Powell, Eleanor Paulus, Walter Miller, Donald llfleyers, Thomas Roseann Noversel, Stephanie Mitch, Nancy Noversel, Caro- Reber. Third Row: Douglas Reynolds, Harrey Romanishan, lyn Nagle, Karen Roth, Elaine Peters, Ellen Peters, Stewart Edward Mondschein, Knute Roth, Stephen Mitch, Federick Noble. Second Row: Ronald llloyer, Frank Narracci, Nancy R6SSl0l'. lVIetzgar, Frances llfliksch, Janice Rader, Patricia Potope, 37 SOPHOMORE CLASS First Row: Craig Siegfried, Patricia Stevenson, Diane Snyder, Beverly Schleicher, Cassandra Stroble, Sharon Sandt, Sandra Seip, Emma Stetler, Jeanne Stoffiet, Judith Smith, Sherwood Roth. Second Row: Wilma Schaadt, Gloria Slutter, Marlene First Row: JoAnn Tanhauser, Patricia Zimitz, Alice Weist, Sandra Wolfe, Eleanora Strobl, Linda Zahn,'Barbara Wallace, Mary Transue, Ruth Young, Elsie Yeakle, Mary Todora. Sec- ond Row: Kenneth Terry, Judith Willimet, Carol Unger, Schaadt, Sandra Smoyer, Bonnie Schutt, Diane Schlegel, Maryann Smith, Richard Seaton. T hird Row: Thomas Smith, Richard Rundle, William Shook, LeRoy Spence, Robert Scobo. Patricia Weinhofer, Judith Wiggins, Mary Topping, June Thomas, Patricia Thomas, Robert Washko, Albert Toth. Third Row: Edward Werner, John Werner, Charles Wunderly, Ronald Teel, Robert Tavianini, Ralph Yob, Warren Weist. iq . 2' . MAPPING GUR ROUTE TO THE FUTURE Mr. Joseph J. Walker, director of recruitment for the Pennsylvania Civil Service Commission, informs a group of boys as to jobs available after graduation in the field of civil service and government in Penn- sylvania. Mr. Reichard, guidance counselor, aids students in selecting their vo- cations by administering a series of testing programs. Guidance Counselor, Robert Rei- chard, informs Charles Rhoades about scholarships, both national and local, available to high school students, in The guidance program, under the direction of Mr. Robert Reichard, includes a series of career confer- ences, testing programs, and individual guidance conferences. Students are given every opportunity to inquire about future college and vocational plans. With the aid of our guidance counselor, we the students are able to make wise de- cisions alfecting our plans for the future. REVIEWING GLOBAL EVENTS Students of Our VVorld in the Social Studies are given an opportunity to under- stand the past, present, and future of the World that lies about them. This under- standing not only concerns itself with the individual but also local, state, national, and World events. Mr. Zell discusses the family and the home with his Problems of Democracy class. Mrs. Zell and students examine American History projects related to the areas of discussion. Under the direction of Mr. Schmoyer the VVorlCl History class prepares for a panel discussion. ,.,...--- Mr. Shekletski demonstrates the use of the spectroscope in identi- fying an element to Joseph Broli- ston and the chemistry class. Mr. Kostenhader explains the use of the ost-illiscope, a device which shows visually the Variations of electric current, to Gloria Mit- man, hlary Jane Altenlose, Bruce Burley, and Darrell Mongol. As hlr. Roth looks on, Stewart Noble explains hereditary char- acteristics to the class. EXPLORING The three sciences, Chem- istry, Physics, and Biology are required academic sub- jects for students planning to enter college or schools of nursing. All three explain many of the strange phe- nomena of everyday life. WH THE SCIENCES Mathematics, the science of numbers, is presented to the students of Our VVorld in the form of Geometry, Algebra and Trigonometry all for the purpose of pur- suit of further study in institutions of higher learn- ing. As students listen, Miss Lazorack explains how to find the area and volume of a prismatic surface. As hir. Cunip looks on, students of the Algebra H class extract the roots of given problems. Plane Geometry students become familiar with the instruments and techniques of constructing geo- metric- figures. CONVERSING WITH OUR As the class listens attentively, Myrna Easton gives her report on the Roman family. Illrs. Brooks helps her students to understand general literature. In his English class lNIr, Harding answers questions concerning parts' of speech. Our curriculum requires a full three-year course of English. In this course stu- dents learn better methods of expression, proper gram- mar, and appreciation for the great literary works of the past and present. FELLOW CITIZENS By reading the compositions of others, senior English students learn different methods and tech- niques of expression. In our foreign language program, the students are well enough acquainted with German and Latin so that he is able to under- stand the basic principles of the language. It also pre- pares the students for fur- ther study of these lan- guages. l The German class participates in a Weekly vocabulary test under the supervision of Mrs. McGonigle. While Edward Temos reads a description of himself, Mfr. Knecht and a junior English class listen for errors in grammatical construc- tion. MANAGING CUR Mrs. Kolessar and students look on as problem in General Business is solved. To increase their Math ability, students, under the direction of Mr. Felver, begin their assignment. Mrs. Graver teaches students the fundamentals of office machines. The Commercial Course prepares its students to either enter the business world upon graduation or continue their education in the business Held. Many commercial stu- dents go into oflices as secre- taries, stenographers, accountants , or typists immediately after gradua- tion. Others take short spe- . 15 ',-:f' V 'W cialized courses for a short period of time. There are many high- rated business colleges which commercial students enter preparing them for business administration and management, professional secretarial work, govern- ment Work, accounting, and various other fields. HEMISPH ERE Instructed by Mrs. Graver, the girls copy the daily shorthand assignment into their notebooks. Mrs. Metz aids the girls as they study bookkeeping methods. To learn the importance of accu- racy, students type actual business letters. Students are seen working in a plastic media, shaping by hand, on the potters wheel and finishing clay products. Metals are also used for creative experience. Here We have students in the foreground polishing and finishing metal repousse pieces, while those in the background work on the polishing wheel. Under the direction of Mrs. Morin, Gloria Krantz and Carol Gower, prepare baked goods for the oven. CREATING PRODUCTS FOR Arts and Crafts give to the students the chance to appreciate beauty and good taste. Homemaking teaches girls not only cooking and sewing but also the funda- mentals of household duties. OUR ECONOMIC ADVANCEMENT Industrial Arts prepares students for various man- ual trades. It is especially helpful to those who plan to begin working immediately upon graduation from high school. The shop is equipped with modern tools and machinery. In the foreground Jerry Flank uses the planner, While in the back- ground Harold Frace and Ronald Edelman demonstrate their skills on the lathe. VVhile hir. Brock supervises Walter ltletzgar operates the circular saw. Left rear we find Morris Ginder using the drill press and to the right Eugene Berger uses the belt sander. Mrs. Moriri discusses pattern instructions with Gloria Buss, while behind them Kay Sellaffer is busy finishing l1er project on one of the modern sewing machines. AIDING OUR EXISTENCE In health class We learn how to keep Well and fit by means of proper health hab- its. Joan Solt practices her one hand push up shot as others Wait their turn. As Mr. Leh and the other members of the boys' gym class watch, six of the boys climb the ropes. Our existence depends not only on improving our minds but also in strength- ening our bodies. Competi- tive sports enable students to practice cooperation and skills. Several students of a sophomore health class display their knowledge of vitamins. To aid students in ob- taining their driver,s li- cense, Nazareth High School provides a Driver's Education Class. Grattison Quinter points out the position of the air filter to Maryann Metz during Driver Education class. jr.,-.moAXI. BLUE EAGLES FINISH THIRD IN Coaches Christman, Amoroso, Owens, and Leh During the 1958 season, the Nazareth Blue Eagles chalked up a 5-5 record, finishing third in the Lehigh-Northampton League. In the season's opening game, Nazareth was defeated by Govenor Mifflin, 13-7, in a game played under the lights. Mickey Bill scored Naz- areth's only touchdown on a quarterback sneak. One week later, Hellertown, the eventual champions of the Lehigh-Northampton League, proved to be too strong for the Blue Eagles and posted a 21-0 victory. The Blue Eagles were victorious in their iirst home game against VVhitehall, coming off the field with a close 13-12 victory. The scoring honors were shared by Lee Todora, who scored on a 63 yard run, and Arnold Einfalt, who took Mickey Bill's pass and scored from the Whitehall 21 yard line. The next Saturday, Nazareth overpowered Parkland, emerging victoriously with a 27-12 triumph. All Nazareth touchdowns were scored by Jeff ltlarsh, the fullback. The following week, Nazareth journeyed to Palmerton, where they trounced the home team 28-13. Jeff Marsh led the attack scoring three of the four touchdowns. Mickey Bill scored the fourth touchdown from 2 yards out. Bill Shookis four placement attempts were all perfect. 1958 Varsity Football Schedule OPP. NAHS Sept. 13 Governor MifHin.13 ........ 7 Sept. 20 Hellertown ...... 21 ........ 0 Oct. 4 Whitehall ....... 12 ........ 13 Oct. 11 Parkland ....... 12 ........ 27 Oct. 18 Palmerton ...... 13 ........ 28 Oct. 25 Pen Argyl ....... 6 ........ 19 Nov. 1 Bangor ....... ..14f ........ 6 Nov. 8 Northampton . . .45 ....... .20 Nov. 15 East Stroudsburg 6 ........ 7 Nov. 27 Wilson ......... 20 ........ 6 Q,-f First Row: Coach Amoroso, Arnold Einfalt, David Wambold, Roger Gulick, Robert Kostenbader. Second Row: Dennis Grube, Manager, Thomas Sleeman, VVaIter Metzgar, David Kindt, Ronald Houser. Third Row: William Kraemer, Stanley Kenya, Ronald Bittner, Frank Franczak, Richard Rhoades. LEHIGH-NORTHAMPTON LEAGUE Plodding through the mud and rain at Pen Argyl, the Blue Eagles extended their winning streak to four by defeating the heavily- favored Pen Argyl team 19-6. Marsh again scored all Nazareth touchdowns. The Blue Eagles' four game Winning streak came to an end one Week later when Bangor defeated Naz- areth on the Eagles' field, the final tally being 14-6. Roger Grulick Was on the receiving end of a fifty-five yard pass play that resulted in Nazarethis only score. - t A Coach Christman gives last minute instructions to seniors Cf I i l Fzrst Row: Ronald Gori, Carl Krein, Gerald Zirnitz, John Donello, Robert Arndt, Michael Bill, Richard Frey, Coach Christman. Second Row: Richard Garr, Lee Todora, Barry Fritchrnan, Joseph Merola, Jeffery Marsh, Walter Fry, Elwood Eyer Michael Smolenak, Manager. Third Row: Joseph Brobston, William Shook, Nelson Alpaugh, Kenneth Shook, George Allen, Ronald Pritchard, Dale Kratz, Steven Konya. 53 BLUE EAGLES COMPLETE Next on the schedule was a strong Northampton elev- en. The game remained even throughout the first period, but gradually the Konkrete Kids displayed their strength and clinched the victory 45-20. On the bleak and cold Saturday that followed, the Blue Eagles downed East Stroudsburg on thc Nazar- eth gridiron '7-6. William Shook provided the win- ning point with his perfect placement. Richard Garr breaks through for yardage in the Northampton game with the aid of a defensive block by Ronald Gori. Ronald Bittner brings a Whitehall player to the ground. THRILLING Journeying to Cotting- ham stadium, Easton, Pa., on Thanksgiving Day, the Nazareth Blue Eagles were riding high on hopes for vic- tory, dispite the fact that the Wilson VVarriors Were a heavy favorite. After a relatively slow iirst quarter, the action thickened. Wil- son, led by fullback Ron Heinrich, bulldoged its way deep into Nazareth terri- tory and finally scored. After a fine display of talent by both bands, the contest was resumed. Mid- Way through the third quar- ter, Nazareth was deep in Wilson territory. After nu- merous attempts to score proved unsuccessful, quar- Richard Garr receives a pitch-out from Robert Arndt in the Wilson game. 54 GRIDIRON SEASON N22 terback David VVambold rolled out to the right and completed a pass to Rich- ard Garr, who romped un- touched into the end zone for the Blue Eagles only score. Wilson scored again in the fourth period to wrap up a 20-6 victory. The Blue Eagles, spurred on by a loyal cheering sec- tion and with team spirit in evidence throughout the season, Were successful in five of their ten games. At a post-season meet- ing, Richard Frey and Ger- ald Zirnitz, were elected honorary co-captains for the 1958 season. 28 29.9 85 30 418 1,747 76 33 27 133 FOOTBALL FACTS Times kicked off Times punted Average yardage per punt Passes attempted Passes completed Total yards passing Total yards scrimmage Total first downs Fumbles Fumbles lost Total points Opp. 26 52 21.6 94 43 807 1,289 SS 30 18 162 Richard Frey gains yardage on a pitch-out in the Parkland game. JeHrey Marsh attempts to elude a Wilson man in the annual Turkey Day game. Our speedy fullback, JeH'rey Marsh, begins an end run which led to a touchdown. 55 AROUND OUR WORLD Roger Gulick and Bangor's Butz fight for ball Marsh grabs a pass for a sizable gain in yardage during the Bangor game. Marsh evades a dive by a Northampton player. Nazareth fans cheer enthusiastically as Bill Shook kicks extra point. 56 WITH FOOTBALL ACTION VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Kneeling: Ann Leopold, captain. Standing: Carol Sue Johnson, Karen Breidinger, Betty Drosnock, Jane Christman, Judy Washko, Laura Klotz, Laurie Kontis. J .V. Football Schedule OPP. N AHS Sept. 29 Hellertown ...... 27 ........ 6 Oct. 6 Whitehall ....... 6 .... . . .26 Oct. 13 Parkland... 0.... ...21 Oct. 20 Wilson ..... . . .20 .... . . .14 Oct. 27 Pen Argyl ....... 0 .... . . .21 Nov. 3 Bangor ......... 0 .... . . .20 Nov. 10 E. Stroudsburg. . 6 ........ 26 First Row: David Sloyer, Robert Ferretti, Robert Seroce, Grant McNear, Delbert Cressman, Robert Meixell, Joseph Erdy, Harold Keller, Gordon Ruhf, Charles Spohn, John Masters, Barry Rennie. Second Row: Assistant Coach Guy Owens, Ernest Lee Bartholomew, Kenneth Stimmel, Valentine Garren, James Sandt, Wilbur Von Steuben, Andrew Beam, Milton, Kelchner, Brooks Royle, William Fry, John Hearn, Daniel Sehmoyer, Lynn Rothrock, Phillip Marth. Third Row: Dale Audenreid, Thomas Reber, Frederick Keim, Richard Wagner, Ronald Mahorsky, Robert Roth, Thomas Seaton, Glenn- wood Rissmiller, Steve Kraemer, Robert Freeman, Warren Snyder, David Bowers, Frank Groller, Barry Rinker, Coach Andrew Leh, Michael Smolenak. Fourth Row: Richard Muschilitz, William Allen, Edward Temos, Ronald Snyder, Chris Miller, Lester Butz, Stanley Fehr, Barry Smith, Richard Buss, Robert Bill, Stanley Metz, William Steckel, David Kem- merer. 57 COMPETING IN LEHIGH-NCJRTHAMPTON VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD: Kneeling: Joe Lopresti-Manager and Robert Weiss-Coach. F rom left to right: Albert Toth, Richard Garr, John F raunfelder, Donald Altemose, Thomas Buss, Richard Rhoades, Kenneth Butz, Harold Frace, Robert Arndt, Lynn Rothrock. Coached by Robert Weiss, our basketball squad, building for the future, did comparatively well against rugged competition. The Blue Eagle limped in with a record of one Win against Q1 losses. The little Eagles did better with a 11 and 10 record. High scorer of the season Was our six-foot- four senior center, Thomas Buss, who was also the best from the foul line with a total of '72 points and a 65fZ, average. From the floor he had a total of Q62 points and a 3872, average. He was followed by Kenneth Butz with 176 points from the floor, completing a total of 41 points from the foul line. After dropping the first five contests, the cagers broke into the Win column by beating East Strouds- burg 57 to 51. They then continued to drop the re- maining fifteen games. The cagers could not seem to click and drop the necessary baskets when they were needed. Thomas Buss fighting for a rebound. John Fraunfelder trying to tap in a Thomas Buss attempting a push shot. rebound. LEAGUE tron, Dec. J.V. CHEERLEADERS: Left to right: Carol Ann Staats, JoAnn Bar- Carol Kametler, Rebecca Bartholomew, Elenora Strobl, Mary Metz. Q-Whitehall Dec. 5-Emmaus Dec. 9-Palmerton Dec. 12-Wilson Dec. 16-Coplay Dec. 19-East Stroudsburg Jan. 6-Pen Argyl Jan. 9-Phillipsburg, N. J. Lynn Rothrock employing some fancy drib- Jan, 13-Bangor bling against opposition. Jan, 16-Hellertown Jan. 20-Parkland Jan. QQ-Fountain Hill Jan. 27-Wilson Jan. 30-Coplay Feb. 3-East Stroudsburg Feb. 6-Pen Argyl Feb. 10-Phillipsburg, N. J. Feb. 13-Bangor Feb. 17-Hellertown Feb. Q0-Parkland Feb. 24-Fountain Hill VARSITY opp. Naz. 64 50 93 5 1 79 55 66 44 85 67 57 51 6Q 88 63 45 43 35 56 51 61 45 72 63 '71 60 80 49 46 32 4Q 39 81 7 Q 57 44 74 59 81 44 69 45 Opp. 36 52 31 55 44 29 54 40 Q9 37 71 61 87 46 39 40 74 41 42 81 58 Naz. 46 35 Q9 46 33 87 64 42 71 68 48 47 57 79 79 47 71 71 56 47 38 J.V. BASKETBALL SQUAD: Left to right: Managers Richard Rundle, Frederick Nolf, Sherwood Roth. Players: Ronald Gold, Dale Mengel, Daniel Schmoyer, Steward Nobel, Willialn Shook, Kenneth Terry, John Hedgecock, Walter Fry, Robert Scobo, William Sandt. Managers Frank Naracci and Thomas Smith and Coach William Trefney. 59 April April April April April April April May May May May May' 14 15 18 22 25 30 12 16 21 Baseball Schedule 8 Whitehall. . . Pen Argyl. . . . Bangor. . . Allentown . . Hellertown . . . Bangor ........ Q 9 Wilson. . . Coplay. . . . Pen Argyl .... . Fountain Hill. ,. . Parkland. . . K OPP. NAHS Q 5 3 '7 .3 5 East Stroudsburg 1 3 4 4 3 4 3 3 3 6 . 1 4 6 10 6 0 14 3 BLUE EAGLES MISS The pitchers from l. to r., Lynn Rothrock, Arnold Einfalt, Thomas Buss, Ronald Gold, Donald Altemose, Charles Sleeman, and Robert Arndt prepare to pitch. Get Ready, Get Set. Go! swings and misses. During a game a batter . , . il 1 A rizf .- V '71 7 f A - ' H17-"': :QS,g',5 l' ..,,, ' -:gag ,. ,-: ' - , . , fm- ,.,, .. V. 1.5.,--'rf:,f.r'f,efg, - - mgfsfilri--f .,,. .. fmfz...,r mf... ' ,-I W ---- . - .. wh .. W . yugo, . ., . mewmf 'www' . . wz-ffm ., . 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'fr - ' " - 1 Fifffxfsaif ' 1' a ff ! if ,.'f'w:i1?f-as ,E Q Qi, gl 1 , ".ff,1m:- 5, 122: gag gsueg -,I-L4 -' 'JI?ffj,.1'-:,t'1,f V . -4, , - ' - Ka +1 6.23.4 1, X Q., :,1-rymfg .-az.-I: f :,:..' dv. ."'L Emir' "" ' 5 I Q rf-1 - mf-.4'sf1l' - 3,Q1::a5i1-eww-a,, Aa.: fb-'Q 3 9 ,gw2ss2,aag,mL.S44f2y- Q-f . ,A f . aff' N .L ' r',qL-infg E.w"'f ' ,p V :X Q- 54' ,wa-. rv-. . . , -.Q 5-Q-,img ':' ' h '- ' Q '41-f.v?.2 " ' ' -If-5' . ' r .FL gn. M I +135 -fi .:....,jg-Q. "W , 'rikffl . 'Y Q, if - 60 BRINGING CROWN TQ CUR WORLD Even though five positions had to be filled, Nazareth had a better than average season in 1958. The record was 5 wins, 6 loses, and 1 tie. Because of a prospect of seven returning letter- men, the chance of a better season in 1959 is very good. Starting the season by beating Whitehall 3-Q, the Eagles were then beaten 5-3 by Pen Argyl. The third game of the season Wound up in a tie with Bangor, the game being called on account of darkness. The Eagles lost the next three games, one of which We lost to Bangor by a score of 5-4 in the last of two extra innings. Nazareth came back and won the next three by good margins. Nazareth lost its chance in the play-offs, when in the last game of the season, Parkland beat Nazareth by a score of 4-3. V Thomas Buss, who turned in a pitching record of 5 Wins and 4 loses, led the squad in pitching. The team Waits for action as Thomas Buss delivers a pitch. First Row: Lynn Rothrock, Lawrence Tashner, Charles Rhoades, Robert Arndt, Joseph Rizza, Richard Garr, Blaine Mengel, Walter Fry, Paul Werkheiser, David Werkheiser, Arnold Einfalt, Thomas Buss, Robert Roth, Dale Mengel. Second Row: Philip Marth-Manager, Thomas Sleeman-Manager, Bruce Burley, Virgil Remaly, George Allen, Harold Frace, Donald Altemose, Joseph Czernak, William Shook, Ronald Gold, Charles Sleeman, John Hearn, Daniel Schmoyer, Wesley Mohn-Manager. CHALLENGING QTHER NATICJNS X. 5, 2 John Viglione receives two points for a reversal Dale Kratz picks up his opponent in a vain attempt for a last minute take down WRESTLING SCHEDULE tetteew t up . , Naz. Opp. ' A Mx if A Dec. 11 -Southern Lehigh 32 17 f V "pp Y"-ff 'AVA 35, Dec. 18 -Allentown 11 35 1 it Dec. 22 -Emmaus 31 19 Li,V xii . , ii.,,f- fi. Q Q21 Jan. 8 -Emmaus 36 10 ,'p' i A IVX A x Jan. 15 -Whitehall 34 13 I -..: I . V: , Jan. QQ -Easton 8 46 .Q ' h ,K :V F 1' Jan. 29 -Bethlehem 5 38 ,, . f y -LAKE' Feb. 5 -Phillipsburg, N. J. sa 22 tpptptp if ffl V n I , Feb. 12 -Wilson 13 32 if i Feb. 19 -Northampton 11 Q9 if 1 ' ,Y in in ' -1 Feb. 27-28-District XI-Emmaus 1' if 'or' M "'E' 'frf?'E"35F7 S game :.2'D-FQ 21-o-rv-Z' Q. 950' o HCPOH as' if-I awFB aww? O . miie? H, .... 32533 SU' 1: ,. 52335 Q-fbnlw The Wrestling team, coached by Joseph Amoroso, and captained by Lee Todora and John Viglione, completed the 1958-1959 season With a live-five record and finished in fifth place. John Viglione, 105 lb. Nazareth representative, reached District XI semi-finals, while George Allen, heavyweight representative, reached quarter-Hnal at Emmaus. First Row: Robert Washko, Daniel Engler, Ronald Sterner, Ronald Moyer, Gerald Eckhart, Steve Kraemer, Dale Boyer, Allen Micklas, John Viglione, Larry Steigerwalt, Delbert Buss. Second Row: Lee Todora, Dale Kratz, Robert Micklas, Eugene Zurowski, Roy Rodgers, James Drissel, David Kemmerer, Barry Fritchman, Robert Roth, Tommy Lopresti. Third Row: Joseph Amoroso-Coach, Fredrick Keim, Arnold Einfalt, John Hearn, William Allen, Grattison Quinter, Mike Topping, George Allen, Managers Gerald Zimitz and Thomas Seaton. M issing from picture: Walter Zurowski, Larry Hahn, Bill Kraemer 69 OUR TEAM BREAKS OWN RECCRDS First Row: Joseph Lopresti, Tyrone Eberts, Larry Lewis, Barry Woolbert, Jeffery Marsh, Samuel LoCicero, Richard Rhoades, Melvin Jones, Coach Weiss. Second Row: Joseph Merola, Roger Gulick, David Wambold, David Kindt, Elwood Eyer, Lee Todora, Gordon Ruhf. Third Row: Charles Bracken, Wayne Fehr, Michael Smolenak, Milton Kelchner, Ron- ald Houser, Larry Walters, Charles Arndt, Robert Pritchard. Fourth Row: William Allen, Dale Kratz, Nelson Alpaugh, David Kemmerer, Kenneth Butz, Brooks Doyle, Roy Frack. Fzfth Rowf John Hedgecock, Ronald Kessler-Manager, Joe Brobston, Marvin Smoyer, Delbert Cressman, Thomas Smith, William Steckel-Manager, Thomas Reber. Sizth Row: Steward Noble, James Drissel, Thomas Lopresti. OPP. NAHS April 9 Alumni. . . .... 28 . . . .71 April 16 Wilson ...... .... 6 9 .... 30 April Q2 Hellertown. . . .... 53M .... 45M April 25 Whitehall .... .... 4 0M .... 54M April 30 Parkland ............., 55 .... 44 May 12 Phillipsburg ........... 69M .... 29M LEAGUE MEET-May 10, 1958 WVilson 56M Nazareth QQM Parkland 30 Hellertown 16 East Stroudsburg 1 Starting the season by beating the Alumni 71-28, Todora and Merola are set the Nazareth Blue Eagle Cindermen then finished to fun the 100 yard dash- the season with one other win, which was the Whitehall meet. Again this year Larry Mengel broke school rec- ords. The coincidence being they were the records he set the year before. In 1958, he threw the dis- cus 132'M", bettering his old record of 128'1". Also he threw the shot put 47'8", as against 45'10M", in 1957. He was high scorer with 46 points. Lo Cicero begins the pole vault. 63 NETMEN MEET CTHER WORLDS John Fraunfelder returns a serve by Sam Darrohn. 1958 TENNIS SCHEDULE April May May May May May May May Q5 2 IQ 13 14 19 Q0 21 -Easton -Bethlehem -Allentown -Reading Bethlehem -Reading Allentown Easton opp. Naz. 2 4 5 1 4 Q 0 6 6 0 Q 4 6 0 3 3 Since coming into competition three years ago, the Nazareth Area Senior High tennis team has had their best year with a record of three wins, one tie, and four losses. Kneeling: Conrad Rice, Larry Knecht, Frank Naracci, Frederick Ressler, Robert Sawyer. Standing: Mr. Chrlstman Thomas O'Sullivan, Samuel Darrohn, Asher Kahler, William Clewell, John Fraunfelder, Richard Rundle, James Rlefen stahl. Ham: RECCJRDING OUR Seated: Judith Washko, Michael Bill, Elizabeth Drosnock, Kenneth Saltern. Standing: Nancy Trach, Loraine Schoene- berger, Sylvia Feller, Thomas O'Sullivan, Dorothy Silfies, Carla Dinstel The Comet, our Nazareth Area Senior High School yearbook, presents by pic- ture and copy, our experi- ences throughout our high school years. The advisers include Miss Jean Clute, artg Mrs. Belva Kolessar, businessg and Mr. Richard Schrnoyer, edito- rial, layout and typing. LAYOUT STAFF Scaled: Judy Sliankweilor, Annu Bcf'k,Edytl1e Browne, Mr. Sc-lnnoyer. Sfandz'ng: Carol Getz, Ann Leopold. TYPING STAFF Ifirst Row: Joh11 Viglione, Janet Vosper. Second Row: Brenda Wer- ner, Marlene Teada. Third Raw: Betty Marth. YEAR'S HISTORY BUSINESS STAFF Seated: Carole Snyder, Carol John- son, Carol Lichner, Mrs. Kolessar, Patricia Gerhart. Standing: Nelson Alpaugh, Charles Merlo, Robert Bartholomew. ART STAFF Seated.' Miss Clute, Carol Herd, Sandra Van Horn, LaRue Werk- heiser. Standing: Walter Zurowski, Richard Mahorsky, Arthur Metz- ger. MAGAZINE CAMPAIGN Seated: Betty VHHIIOTII, Nancy Trach, Ronald Bittner, Mrs. Bleiler. Standing: Sandra Geake, Janet Metz, Frances Wyjho- skie, Laura Klotz, Sandra Unger. 67 CIRCULATING First Row: Frank Franczak, Richard Garr. Second Row: Wayne Fehr, Robert Roth, Emma Fry. Third Row: Carole Unangst, Marilyn Morgan, Elmer Kennedy. Standing: Mr. Zell, Mr. Knecht. Gathering information for the monthly edition of the school newspaper is the job of the reporters. They must constantly be on the alert for news which Will be of inter- est to the student body. Largely responsible for the final prod- uct are the editors. Each page is super- vised by a co-editor, who, with his group, sees that his page is completed satisfac- torily. The most tedious job of the editors is proofreading. First Row: Roseann Paukovitz, Carol Wynne. Second Row: Mary- ann Lechner, Pauline Kowalchuk, Patricia Sensenbach. Third Row: Samuel Lo Cicero, Karmen Wea- ver, Alfreda Hadl. Fourth Row: Mary Ann Wukovitz. Standing: Mr. Zell, Mr. Knecht. OUR NEWS First Row: Gloria Temos, Susan Thomas, Ellen Kelchner. Second Row: Sandra Geake, Carol Wunderly, Sandra Browne Geraldine Unangst. Standing: Mrs. Graver, Faith Bauer. The job of the typists, staff is to set up the rough copy for the printer. The business stad tends to the circu- lation and distribution of each edition. They also prepare the finished product for exchange with other schools. In school press competition the Blue and White has consistently Won honors, providing the students of Our World with the realization of success in their chosen activity. In meeting requirements our paper keeps us informed of sports, clubs, features, and any other school activity of interest to the student body. Seated: Doris Flick, Shirley Saeger, Doreen Yeakel, Jo Ann Frey. Standing: Mrs. Kolessar, Richard Repsher, James Honszer TIME OUT FOR GINGER Howard Carol excitedly returns from the football game in which his daughter played. Mother and father are onlookers to a spat between Ginger and Tommy. Seated: Joyce Schultz, Thomas 0'Sullivan, Judy Washko, Arthur Metzgar, Carla Dinstel. Standing: Betty Drosnock, Joseph Lopresti, Richard Miller, Bruce Schmidt, Florence Hedgecock. H BRINGS FULL HOUSE On November Q1 and Q2 the Senior Class presented "Time Out for Ginger," a comedy in three acts, di- rected by RobertA. Harding. The setting for this play was the living room of the Carol residence. It concerns a red-headed tomboy, played by Judy Washko, who up- sets the Carol household when she goes out for the football team. As a result of this, her father, Thomas 0'SulliVan, almost loses his job and becomes a public spectacle because he took his daughter's part. At the finale the tomboy conformed to a perfect young lady. The play was presented to a capacity audience and Was Well received. Howard Carol proudly shows the bank president, Ed Hoffman, picture of daughter on cover of Life. Mr. Robert A. Harding-Director Howard Carol. . Agnes Carol. . . Virginia Carol ..... Jeannie Carol. . Joan Carol .... Lizzie, the maid. . . Tommy Green. Eddie Davis. . . Mr. Hoffman. . Mr. Wilson .... CAST .Thomas 0'Sullivan . . . . . .Joyce Schultz . . . . . .Judy Washko . . . .Betty Drosnock . . . . . .Carla Dinstel Florence Hedgecock . . . .Arthur Metzgar . . . . .Bruce Schmidt . . . . .Richard Miller . . . .Joseph Lopresti Jeannie makes entrance as Queen Victoria as Lizzie, Joan, and Eddie admire. OUR WCRLD CF BLUE ENCHANTMENT The receiving line extends a greeting to the guests. The Prom Committee Chairmen included Sandra Browne, Ronald Bittner, Ronald Houser, and Carol Wynne. Nancy Kindt crowned queen by Robert Kosten- bader. The queen and her court-Joanne Johnson, Judith Byrnes, Susan Beitel, and Judith Reimer- are escorted by pages. RHAPSODY IN BLUE transformed our lifeless gymnasium into a realm of majestic beauty. Strains of Mark Hil- burn,s music added to the romantic atmosphere of our glimmering ball. Dreamy-eyed couples dance to tl1e music of RHAPSODY IN BLUE played by Mark Hllburn Intermission means refreshments for the happy couples. When the clock struck IQ, the twosornes slowly made their way by motoreade to Hotel Bethlehem. Upon arrival, the couples enjoyed a full-course dinner, were entertained by a well-known hypnotist and danced once again into the Wee hours of the morning. SERENADING Albert Fry was selected to attend the Eastern Division of Pennsylvania hlusic Education Asso- ciation All-State Band Festival held at VVest York Area High School, January 29, 30, 31. Fry has also been a member of District Band for four years. In the Veterans Day Parade of Northampton County, held at Bangor, the Nazareth Area Sen- ior High School Band won a first place award for the best appearance among school bands. Seated: Betty Zaleski, Carol Lichner, Ronee Roth. Standing: Robert Fehr, John Fraunfelder, Albert Fry, Herman F ischl. CLARINETS Dale Audenried John Christman Kathryn Fehr Sandra Geake Ellen Kelchner Carol Lichner Raymond Mackes Betty Marth Kathleen Mitman Constance Olson Roseann Paukovits Charles Peischl Ronee Roth Patricia Spangenberg Anne Stetler Sharon Stofllet Geraldine Unangst Ruth Young Betty Zaleski SAXOPHONES Robert Bauer Delbert Cressman Albert Fry Dennis Olenwine Angelo Rampulla BARITONE HORNS Rudy Amberger Marvin Smoyer ALTO HORNS Shari Kellow Ronald Nolf Janice Rader TUBAS Larry Hahn David Schultz FLUTES Janet Kern Constance Lahr Patricia Stevenson Doreen Yeakel PERCUSSION Patricia Gerhart Valeria Happel Lenore Heimer Ronald Kessler Barbara Kurtz Nancy Metzgar Bernard Molnar Barry Rissmiller Joyce Schultz Dorothy Silfies Sharon Stewart Carol Vogel TROMBONES Ralph Dorshimer John Fraunfeldcr Dale Lindenmoyer Virgil Remaley Sharon Sandt Larry Slutter Robert Sawyer CORNETS AND TRUMPFTS Rodney Applegate Franklin Buss Richard Charles Dominic Condomitti Thomas Fehnel Robert Fehr Herman Fischl John Hedgecock Edward Messenleliner Gregory Ruth Barry Smith Albert Toth OUR WORLD MAJORETTES COLOR GUARDS Alice Achenbach Nancy Albright lllary Jane Altemose Joan Antoine Jeanette Dolliver Kathleen Hagenbuch Carol Houser Judy Jones Gloria Rizza LaRue Sandt Sandra Schalfer Barbara Seip Judy Seip Judy Shankweiler Joan Solt Elizabeth Toth LaRue Werkheiser Carl Hallman Robert Hartzell Richard Rundlc David Werner First Row: Clarence Baker, Carol Herd, Ronald Houser, Jo- seph Merola. Second Row: Nancy Trach, Nelson Alpaugh, Richard Frey, Patricia Stimmel. GIRLS ENSEMBLE First Row: Karen Monprode, Dee Ann Hoch, Dorothy Dulac, Susan Tanhouser, Adrienne Rissmiller, Myra Rissmiller, Patricia Stimmel. Second Row: Judith Jones, Linda Rinker, Sybil Thompson, Veronica Pritchard, LaRue Sandt SINGING IN President Ronald Houser Vice President Richard Frey Secretary Carol Herd Treasurer Clarence Baker Librarians Nancy Trach, Patricia Stimmel Joseph Merola, Nelson Alpaugh Director Floyd Schlegel During the year the Mixed En- semble and Girls' Ensemble, di- rected by Mr. Schlegel, appeared at Various engagements. The Glee Club, also under the direction of Mr. Schlegel, pre- sented the annual Christmas Concert. Fourteen Glee Club members participated in District Chorus and five members of the Band were representatives at the Dis- trict Band Festival. Albert Fry was chosen to attend the State Band Festival. The music program is Well co- ordinated and indeed an asset to our World. l DISTRICT CHORUS REPRESENTATIVES First Row: Carol Wynne, Susan Tanhouser, Dorothy Dulac, Ellen Kelchner, Carol Herd, Ann Shekletski. Sec- ond Row: Clarence Baker, Ronald Houser, Robert Fehr, Richard Frey, Joseph Merola. Third Row: Albert Fry, Richard llliller, Edward Messenlehlier 76 HARMCNY I DISTRICT BAND REPRESENTATIVES Herman Fischl, Robert Fehr, Albert Fry, Delbert Cressman, and Dale Audenreid Albert Fry was chosen to attend , the State Musical Festival. l ENSEMBLE First Row: Carol Roth, Karen Monprode, Susan Tanhauser, Veronica Pritchard, Patricia Stimmel. Sec- ond Row: Ronald Houser, Kathleen Mitman, Linda Rinker, Ellen Kelchner, Jane Christman, Sybil Thompson, Marilyn Morgan, Joseph Merola. Third Row: Robert Fehr, Albert Fry, James Flick, Richard Miller, Edward Messenlehner, Richard Frey, and Dale Kratz The Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. Schlegel, presents the Annual Christmas Concert '77 INSPIRATICN SOLOISTS Standing: Ronald Houser, Student Di- rectorg Richard Frey, Richard Miller, Albert. Fry, Student Director. Sitting: Carol Wynne, Carol Roth. MIXED ENSEMBLE First Row: Carol Roth, Karen Monprode, Susan Tanhauser, Carol Herd, Veronica Pritchard, Patricia Stimrnel. Second Row: Dale Kratz, Kathleen Mitman, Ellen Kelchner, Jane Christman, Linda Rinker, Sybil Thompson, lVIarilyn Morgan, Joseph Merola. Third Row: Ronald Houser, Robert Fehr, Albert Fry, James Flick, Edward lilessenlehner, Richard Miller, Clarence Baker, Richard Frey. AC COMPANISTS Standing: LaRue Werkheiscr, Janice Rader, Richard Miller, Veronica Pritch- ard, Patricia Stimmel, Mr. Schlegel, Di- rector. Sitting: Kathleen Mitman, Carol Lichncr. 78 THROUGH SONG The combined Glee Clubs sing the final numbers titled "Song is the expression of brotherhood and the determination to remain the Land of the Free!" The Spring Concert by the Mixed Glee Club, Mixed Ensemble, Girls' and Boys' Glee Club, and the Girls' Ensemble was held April 10 and 11. The program, "To Song," began with a prelude, "Let There Be Songu followed by songs of devotion, such as "The Holy City.', Also featured Were a group of rol- licking folk songs sung by Carol Roth, Carl Krein, and Richard Frey. The audi- ence Was then entertained by an old fashioned square dance and songs by the Mixed Ensemble. A barbershop quartet harmonized with a traditional 20's song, "Coney Island Babef, Richard Miller, Carol Wynne, and Ronald Houser added variety to the program with songs of romance and inspiration. Expressing brotherhood and patriotism, "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" was the last presentation by the combined Glee Clubs. THE GIRLS, ENSEMBLE F irst Row: Dee Ann Hoch, Judith Jones, Dorothy Dulac, Karen Monprode, Myra Rissmiller, LaRue Sandt, Patricia Stimmel. Second Row: Susan Tanhauser, Adrienne Rissmiller, Linda Rinker, Sybil Thompson, Veronica Pritchard. Joe Steltzsman, while putting the finishing touches on his pin, deni- onstrates soldering. EXHIBITING ARTISTIC ABILITY The Arts and Craft Club members, under the direc- tion of Miss Clute, Work on individual or group projects in ceramics, copper, jew- elry, etc. During the year they display their projects in the entrance hall case to enhance Our VVorld. Two visitors at the Art and Indus- trial Art exhibit look at realistic pictures displayed in the hall. As Sal Calandra poses Art students draw his facial features. AND MANUAL SKILLS Under the supervision of Mr. Brock, members of the Shop Club have extra time to Work on their projects. These projects consist of all types of furniture, which are displayed in Our lVorld during the annual Indus- trial Arts Exhibit. VVith Mr. Brock and a group of visitors watching, Thomas Slee- man shows the technique of glue- ing. Duane Herbst demonstrates to a group the correct way to put on or take off the blade of the circular saw. John Feretti puts finishing touches to his project on the lathe. MODELING LATEST STYLES Each year the Homemaking Depart- -Fashion Bouquet, well describes the ment has a fashion show, in which the Wedding gown and brides1naid's dress, Homemaking students model the gar- both of which Marilyn Meyers made in ments they have made. Last year,s theme, Home Economic class. Party, tea, or church? Nancy Filchner, Laura Klotz, Judy Shook, and Gloria Krantz model suitable styles. 82 VIEWING OUR TALENTS THE RHYTHMETTES-Elizabeth Toth, Judith Jones, Joan Solt, LaRue Sandt, Sandra Schafer, Barbara Seip, Alice Achenbach, Mary Jane Altemose, Jeannette Dollivar, and Judith Shankweiler- dance to "Nola." Sponsored by the Student Council, the annual Talent Show was held on April 3, with Bruce Schmidt as Mas- ter of Ceremonies. The Rhythmettes Won the first prize of S510 for their dance routine to "N o- lagu the Moonlighters, sec- ond prize for their Combo number, "Siboneyg', Carol Kametler, third prize, for her ballet dance to K'Ca- nadian Sunset," and the Four Sharps, fourth prize, for their vocal quartet num- ber. Mrs. Walter Peters, Mrs. Edwin Sawyer, Mrs. Charles Topping, Attorney Raymond DeRaymond, and Mr. Carl Remel served as judges. ' l' r '2: 1' 72142. 7 ' .L?fz5i f:' ff-'23, it Swfwi 9'c5f"f J' K K 3260 - -r iff' 'iff 11 ff-"' ,IGH WST' A. -," ul isis H- 'ms .,2f'swzn-ei. zt'fz,Qsffug,fy -g 1. .f...f ,,15,.',-2 f,:,y,. fhsfbfiw H ,V -, THE MOONLIGHTERS-Herman ' W Flschl' Edward Messenlehner' Bernard ww. V Lf: . ffe-,eff '-:W .. .- f 1:9 . , ,, rg - ' '." ' t" 1' Molnar, Delbert Cressman, Carl Krem, - ' ' - ' ' " 'Vg Q - r and Gerald ZlI111tZ'PlHYed "51b0I1ey- ' '-'- ' ' , . Q ,loo ee.. a rhumba- - V, . wp " .wrt ' - H ' 2, QQ s f " ' if Ze : Carol Karnetler did a ballet to Can- . , 1 A f ,wt f f, i fr ' Ha lan unset- i"ff74'..f EE ' i". fl-'i fffl We stye THE FOUR SHARPS-Ronald Houser, Albert Fry, Richard Frey, and Richard Miller, missing from picture-sang "It's A Sin to Tell A Lief' and "Coney Island i- ., 83 Baby." RECOGNIZING WORLD HONORS Pictured are the members of the Delphian Chapter, National Honor Society. Through scholastic achievements students may become members. One of the important services is the tutoring committee which is available at specified times for those who seek help in specified subjects. Sitting: Ann Leopold, Nancy Trach, Mrs. McGonigle. Standing: John F raunfelder, Michael Bill. Sitting: Dorothy Silfies, Mrs. McGonigle, Patricia Stimmel. Standing: Arthur Scola, Joyce Schultz, Ronald Bittner. 84 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The part of Our World which pays tribute to the outstanding scholastic stu- dents is the Delphian Chap- ter of the National Honor Society. In order to be eli- gible for its membership, one must attain a B average or higher for two consecu- tive marking periods. One of the functions of this club is a tutoring service. ORATORICAL CONTEST Any student in Our World is eligible for this highly Worthwhile contest. In participating in this con- test, the student not only learns to speak before an audience, but he also gains poise and confidence. Each contestant is responsible for preparing his own speech. GOVERNING CUR WORLD Robert Kostenbader, Burgess, and Norlaine Roberts, Secretary, are shown as they replaced members of the town council on Saturday, January 3, 1959. President Robert Kostenbader Vice President Joseph Merola Secretary Norlaine Roberts Treasurer Sandra Browne Advisor Robert Reichard Sitting: Sandra Browne, Robert Kostenbader, Norlaine Roberts. Standing: Robert Reich- ard, Joseph Merola. F irst Row: Thomas O,SulliVan, N orlaine Roberts, Sylvia Feller, Joseph Merola, Sandra VanHorn, John Viglione, Sandra Browne, Carol Sue Johnson. Second Row: Bruce Burley, Karen Breidinger, Judith Jones, Dale Kratz, Adrienne Rissmiller, Grattison Quinter, Barbara J urasits, Arnold Einfalt. Third Row: Frank Narracci, Stephanie Mitch, Judith Willimet, Albert Toth, Robert Sawyer, Constance Lahr, Jeffrey Marsh. Fourth Row: John Hearn, Valeria Happel, Lynn Rothrock, Donald Sysko, Carol Ann Staats, Robert Fehr. F zfth Row: Joan Antoine, Kay Fuls, Walter Fry. Standzng: Robert Reichard. 85 CAPTURING HIGHLIGHTS 0F OUR WCDRLD Under the direction of Mr. Cump, the boys of the Projectionist Club become acquainted with the opera- tion of the movie projector. The main objective of the Projectionist Club is to teach its members how to operate the motion picture projector, enabling them to assist in the showing of films. Mr. Cump supervises this club, which meets the eighth period each Thursday. Mr. Roth directs the Photography Club, which meets three times a week. This club teaches its mem- bers the proper methods of photographing, developing, and printing. The advanced group also takes motion pictures and projects them for the club. Each member is expected to submit an entry to the Kodak Na- tional High School Photo- graphic Contest. Under the supervision of hir. Roth, James Drissel checks his negatives. 86 LEARNING SKILLS IN THE GAME OF CHESS As Mr. Buck of the Junior High faculty looks on, the chess team engages an opponent in an interscho- lastic chess meet. Naz. Opp. Dec. 3-Easton Q 5 Dec. 17-Philipsburg 5M IM Dec. 18-Bethlehem ALM QM Jan. '7-Allentown QM fly: Jan. Q1-Pen Argyl 7 0 Feb. 11-WVilson 3M Syz Feb. Q5-Easton 35 35 Mar. 4-Bethlehem 4 3 Mar. 18-Allentown 4M QM Mar. Q4-Philipshurg 6M V2 April 8-Pen Argyl April 15-VVilson Mr Harding looks on as his chess club practices for the next meet. 87 Having Won three games, losing two, and tying one, the Chess Team completed the first half of the season in second place. Developing the skill of maneuvering is one of the main objectives of the club. The meetings that are con- ducted on Tuesdays and Thursdays are for prac- ticing this skill and others related to chess. On 'Wednesdays the ad- vanced players participate in inter-scholastic matches. PARTICIPATING IN WORTHWHILE ACTIVITIES I Library Club members, under the direction I I of Miss Bordner, learn the duties of a librari- an. ectxon of Miss Bordner librarian carry duties such as: charging, discharging, ending books, keeping the shelves in ler, and delivering overdue notices. The Library Club members, under the t 3 The Reading Club, under the super- ion of Mrs. Brooks, meets the eighth fiod every Tuesday, VVednesday, and .ursday. The purpose of this club is to velop basic reading skills, comprehen- n, and speed. s. Brooks helps Sharon Bleam as other ients read pamphlets. Under the supervision of Mrs. McGon- 3, the First Aid Club members meet to Lctice treatments for emergencies, such drowning, wounds, bleeding, and poi- ung. ier the supervision of Mrs. McGo11igle, H . 1 . 1 - bers of the First Aid Club learn emer cy treatments. 88 Barbara VVallace guards Jean Stofflet. CREATING Jean Stofllet concentrates on shooting for a basket. To develop skills and good sportsman- ship, the Girls' Athletic Club, directed by Miss Steward, meet during the eighth pe- riod every Wednesday and Thursday. In Girls' Athletic Club, members par- ticipate in various sports such as: basket- ball, volleyball, hockey, softball, gymnas- tics, archery. By participating in these sports and helping the club carry out its various activities, members are able to receive an athletic letter, which requires the attainment of 900 points. Points are obtained by timing, keeping score, ref- ereeing, and serving as captain, eo-cap- tain, or manager. Valcria llappel blocks a forwards attempt. BROADENING AND The Science Fair Club and the Future Teachers of America enable students to understand the details of various vocations available in the teaching and scien- tific fields. Kenneth Shook tells Mr. Kostenbader the progress of his project. SCIENCE FAIR CLUB The Lehigh Valley Science Fair: is an opportunity for students to prepare sci- entific projects for competition. Locally, lNIr. Kostenbader advises stu- dents in selection and construction of these projects. The Future Teachers of America, ad- vised by Miss Lazorack, meet every Tuesday. VVith the aid of movies, class discussions, college visitations, speakers, and conferences, these students are en- couraged to enter the teaching profession. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA lVIembers of the Future Teachers of America and their sponsor Miss Lazorack. 90 DEVELOPING Through activities stu- dents broaden their percep- tion and further understand many areas of interest which will help in the selection of a vocation that will meet specific abilities. Good examples of these activities are the Future Homemakers of America and the Radio Club. OUR HORIZONS Students work with batteries in the Radio Club. The club is advised by Mr. Shekletskl RADIO CLUB The Radio Club, under the direction of hir. Shekletski, explores radio commun- ications, from elementary construction to complex operation. They are able to re- ceive both domestic and foreign trans- missions. The Future Homemakers of America, advised by Mrs. Morin, offers the student an opportunity to acquaint themselves with the various fields of home economics. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Above Mrs. Graul of the United Gas Company presents a demonstration to members of the Future Hornemakers of America. CIRCLING THE WCJRLD The Dramatic Club members practice 'iLife of the Party." Joseph Loprcsti threatens young couple in "Itchin to be Hitchedf' Kathryn Fehr, Palminia Ferretti and Shirley Hawk demonstrate knitting skills in Knitting Club, which is directed by Mrs. Bleiler. 92 DRAMATIC CLUB The Dramatic Club, under the direction of Blrs. Zell, has set up a program of assem- blies to be presented to the student body throughout this year. These programs consist of monologues, short two-act plays, charades, and panto- mines. The club is open to students interested in pre- senting and producing plays. This gives the student an ex- cellent opportunity for public appearances and speaking. KNITTING CLUB Students, under the direc- tion of Blrs. Bleiler, learn the fundamentals of knitting. These students master the techniques of knitting sweat- ers, stoles, scarfs, socks, mit- tens, and hats. Finished arti- cles are put on display in the Nazareth High School art exhibit. CF HOBBIES STAGECRAFT CLUB Under the co-sponsorship of Miss Jean Clute and Andrew Brock, members of the Stage- craft Club form a vital organ- ization of our school. Mr. Brock supervises construction of the scenery, and Miss Clute directs the setting of scenery. The girls and boys learn tech- niques of building and painting scenery and the arranging of furniture used for stage pro- ductions such as-plays, con- certs, and assemblies. HOMEMAKING Sz HOBBY CLUB Homemaking and Hobby Club members, under Mr. Brockfs direction, meet Wednesdays during the eighth period. Members develop hob- bies and a fundamental knowl- edge of home fixtures. Club members fix lights and leaks in pipes, varnish furniture, make picture frames, napkin holders, and book ends. Arranging furniture and lighting are all a part of a stagecraft member's job. Stagecraft members construct scenery for the Glee Club Concert under the supervision of Mr. Brock. Homemaking and Hobby Club members, directed by Mr. Brock, display talent in practical arts. 93 ALUMNI VISITS OUR WCRLD Charles Shimer, area lawyer and grad- uate of the Class of 1995, compared school life today with school life in his day. Mr. Shimer is a graduate of Muhlenberg Col- lege and Harvard Law School. In the afternoon assembly Mrs. John Fraunfelder, graduate of the Class of 1925, directed the Senior band in two selections. Alumni members listen attentively to the program. Leon Brong, class of 1928, rendered his vocal version of "With a Little Bit of Luckf' Cecelia Snyder, a senior, sang the Negro spiritual, "Were You There." Mrs. John Fraunfelder, alumni member, directs the Senior Band. Leon Brong, member of the Class of 1925, presented a vocal solo "With a Little Bit of Luck." Attorney Charles Shimer presents the Alumni Day speech. A vocal solo was presented by Cecilia Snyder. 94 333-L 71. R A ETZG I1 A Patronize Your Local Merchants And Bank With Us Nazareth National Bank and Trust Co. Modern, Progressive, and Experienced "The Bank For My Money" Melody Music House Lower South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Lowery Organs, Conn Organs, Gulbransen Organs, and R.C.A. televisions Sales and Service Phone PL 9-1103 A GLIMPSE AT LOCAL Ronnie Nolf in the 00 storage room of No1f's Frozen Food Center checking the inventory card as he fills a customer's locker. FROZEN FOOD CUSTOMER PROCESSING FOOD PLANS 00 STORAGE DELIVERY SERVICE LOCKER RENTAL NOl.F'S LOCKER PLANT 167 S. Broad Nazareth, Pa. 96 USINESS SECTICN MERIN STUDIOS 1010 Chestnut Street Philadelphia 7, Pennsylvania Sandra Van Horn poses for her cap and gown portrait. All portraits appearing in this book are kept on file. Additional orders may be placed by mail. Nelson Alpaugh and Virginia Phil- lips are consumrnating a business transaction with Shelton Keller, teller of the Second National Bank of Naza- reth. Second National Bank of Nazareth, Pennsylvania Baker Convalescent Home For the REHABILITATION OF GERIATRIC PATIENTS Phone Nazareth PL 9-2740 The patients enjoying TV in the day room are Mrs. Reuben Strauss of Nazareth, and Mrs. Charles Kendall of Philadelphia. OBSERVING INDUSTRY Th-e Trumbower Co., Inc. Easton Road Nazareth, Pennsylvania Call Nazareth Oiiice and Yard PL 9-3450 Ready-Mix Concrete PL 9-3334 Coal, lumber, building supplies, crushed stone, ready-mixed concrete fEverything to build anything n Q . Q .5 ' . 1 H ' Q ,f D a n -.MQW MMM!! C6 FIRE AND ALLIED LINES HOMEOWNERS Ucxmaeenifuaqofibqaendailegaalae 'l'I4 SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PA. PHONE PL 9-3020 PeopIe's Coal 81 Supply Co. Stockertown, Pennsylvania Phone PL 9-3710 Fuel Oil, Coal, Lumber, Building Supplies "Everything from Cellar to Roof" 98 AT WORK BIL RICH, INC. PREMIX PLANT Asphalt Paving Materials Hot and Cold Mix Material Tatamy Road Nazareth, Pennsylvania PL 9-0101 NAZARETH GENERAL PAVING 110 Park Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania We construct roads, parking areas, and private driveways, with hot and cold bituminous concrete. lfVe distribute asphalt oil and dust oil. We are also responsible for asphalt plan- ning. Phone Nazareth PL 9-1180 More than a "MAN SIZE" Storage Tank. Custom fabricat- ed and representative of N S F quality workmanship going to all sections of the USA. Nazareth Steel Fabricators, Inc. Nazareth, Pennsylvania SERVING OUR Best wishes to the 1959 graduates of Nazareth Area Senior High School J. W. Neff Laboratories, Inc. Stockertown, Pa. NAZARETH MILLS, INC. Belvidere 8a Whitfield Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania Garments are being prepared for shipment in the Folding Department. NEFOLAC NEFSLABS for for Phonograph Traffic Records Markings 3 z T g-3. THE -f . II Joseph F. Relchel Q ? F""e""""'me s 1 ' ii- "J:-2 ' .:Z- gas- 5 Q ' X3 . 1, 220 Washington Park A-gE 'E i ii' 'fi S f fe:-1+-H - H E. SU' ' Nazareth, Pennsylvania Ill I' iPF?Mgl??El'?i'IlIlFI .. -p iliac. ill- 1 Ll ll l -J , M Phone PL 9-0,160 Ei91ll5WlUlM 'Ummm-'fUll Illiff''llllllllllllmwilmwlmlf LI IIMTIT ""'Vf'imWiiff iff '- f' ff ,,fce,c,1fv,,Z, ,,5,f,431,,,,,..,, ' f f- ' f COMMUNITY CAFETERIA STAFF: Miss Miriam Michael, Mrs. Eugene CUSTODIANS: Arling Stoudt, Peter Eckert, Ervin Smith Weiss, Mrs. John Ruloif. Morris Buss Qabsentj I.. G. BALFOUR COMPANY CARl.DON'S RESTAURANT CLASS RINGS Walter G. Fly, Representative 2038 Sycamore Street Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Sunday Dinners our Specialty May we serve you? Phone PL 9-9943 122 S. Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania NAZARETH CEMENT COMPANY Nazareth Pennsylvania PENN-DIXIE CEMENT CORPORATION Nazareth Pennsylvania EXCELLENT PRODUCTS HERCULES CEMENT SHQQK AND 1'Q11-I COMPANY Plumbing and Heating Contractors Division of American Cement Corporation Phone PL 9-4470 or PL 9-0241 Stockertown Nazareth Pennsylvania Pennsylvania KRAEMER TEXTILES, INC. ST. REGIS PAPER COMPANY Nazareth "Compliments of . St. Regis Paper Co." Pennsylvania High school students take over town council government for a day. 102 AND COURTEOUS SERVICES HARTMAN'S PORK PRODUCTS R.D. No. 3 TRANS-BRIDGE LINES INC. PL 9-1960 Nazareth, Pennsylvania Chartered Coaches GL 4-1125 HIMLER'S Phillipsburg, New Jersey 56 Easl Lawn Road Nazareth, Pennsylvania BARTHOLOMEW FUNERAL HOME 211 East Center Street KEYSTONE CHEMURGIC CORPORATION R.D. No. 2, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania PL 9-1220 Nazareth, Pennsylvania Pharmaceutical and Fine Chemicals BLUE MOUNTAIN CONSOLIDATED prescriptions and Drugs WATER CO- KOEHLER'S PHARMACY 62 5- Main Street 35 Belvidere Street r Nazareth, Pennsylvania PL 9-1030 Nazareth, Pennsylvania Your REXALL Store Painter and Decorator TED LEWIS AND RUTH HOUSER, Floor Sanding and Refinishing Realtors Q 10 S. Front St. Easton, Pennsylvania WARREN H. BOWERS Stockertown, Pennsylvania "The Difficult we do at once. The Impossible takes a little longer." Easton 3-0771 NAZARETH FAIRGROUNDS Massy Harris New Holland AND Farm Machinery, Sales and Service FARMERS' MARKET, INC. .l. A. LOPRESTI Nazareth, PeI1nSylVC1r1ICI PL 9-1580 Stockertown, Pennsylvania FOGEL'S GULF AND FUEL OIL SERVICE Broad and Belvidere Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania MARY ANN'S BEAUTY SHOP 107 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Apples, Potatoes, and Fresh Fruits JOHN FOX Stockertown, Pennsylvania Best Wishes NAZARETH JACKSONIAN CLUB, INC Nazareth, Pennsylvania SHOP IN NAZARETH NAZARETH PLANING MILL CO. Sash Doors - Shutters - Blinds - Frames Stair Work - Cabinets Prospect and Green Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania SEYFRIED MOTORS, INC. Mauch Chunk and Church Streets PL 9-i680 Nazareth, Pennsylvania NAZARETH PUBLISHING CO., INC. 46-48 South Main Street PL 9-lO70 Nazareth, Pennsylvania Sales 8. Service-Chevrolet 8. Oldsmobile SOLT CHEVROLET 49 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania RUSSELL'S MEN AND BOYS' SHOP 47 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Builder and Contractor FRANK J. TANZOSH, JR. R.D. No. l PL 9-40l0 Nazareth, Pennsylvania FLOYD W. SCHMIDT, MORTICIAN 357 Belvidere Street PL 9-2650 Nazareth, Pennsylvania Licensed in Pennsylvania 8. New Jersey Excavating - Grading - Trucking EVO TAVIANINI 320 East Walnut Street PL 9-l87O Nazareth, Pennsylvania YEISLEY FURNITURE STORE 436 S. Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Peter F. Yeisley, Prop. Glee Club members begin the Christmas Concert with a candle-light processional. AND SAVE SCHOOL SPELLING CHAMPIONS: 10th grade-Kay Fulsg 12th grade-Geraldine Unangstg 11th grade-Ann Shekletski. Geraldine Unangst competed in the grand championship spelling bee, sponsored by the Call-Cronicle Newspapers. AUTO STORES WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 112 South Main Street Home Owned and Operated Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone Plaza 9-1998 CLOTHING STORES ALBERT'S MEN'S SHOP 45 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone Plaza 9-4349 BEN CHANE, MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR 60 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania DEE'S APPAREL SHOPPE 39 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania FREEMAN'S May the future hold everything good and fine for you. 113 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania SMlTH'S TOT TO TEEN 106 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania COLLEGES BETHLEHEM BUSINESS SCHOOL, INC. Union Bank Building Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Phone UN 6-5121 62nd Year An Approved School Accounting and Secretarial Courses CHURCHMAN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 355 Spring Garden Street Easton, Pennsylvania Phone BL 2-4041 CUT-RATE STORE MENGEL'S VARIETY STORE and CUT-RATE For Your Everyday Essentials 123 South Main Street Nazareth Greeting Card Center DAIRY, MEAT, 84 GROCERY PRODUCTS BAJAN'S FOOD MARKET 520 Seip Avenue Nazareth and East Lawn, Pennsylvania Phone PL 9-3401, PL 9-4490 BUSS' MARKET 420 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Open Daily 7:30 - 9:30 Sundays 8:30 - 12, 4:30 - 8:00 Phone PL 9-0780 DARROHN'S SUPERETTE Hecktown, Pennsylvania Phone PL 9-4458 FRANTZ'S GROCERY STORE 301 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania JOE GEIDER Main and Mauch Chunk Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania KEPPEL'S Pioneer Self-Service Market Centre Square, Nazareth, Pennsylvania KERN'S MEAT MARKET Edward H. Kern, Prop. Home Dressed Meat and Poultry 105 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania OTT'S GROCERY STORE 307 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania VARI OUS PENSENBECK'S GROCERY Home baked goods our specialty Phone PL 9-9932 49 North Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania M. WYNNE, GROCER 18 North Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone PL 9-2123 DRUG STORE NAZARETH PHARMACY C. L. Scovell, Reg. Pharmacist, Prop. Prescription Specialists Nazareth's Largest and Finest Drug Store 68 South Main Street, Nazareth Phone PL 9-3240 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES FEDON ELECTRIC COMPANY 25 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania ELMO L. FREY Electrical Appliances 39 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania HOWARD F. FOX "Everything in Electric" Bethlehem, R. D. 2 Phone Bethlehem UN 6-1969 L. R. WERKHEISER 17 West High Street Your Friendly Philco Dealer Sales and Service FLORISTS ALPAUGH'S FLOWER SHOP Distinctive Floral Arrangements tor all Occasions 66 South Main Street Phone PL 9-1900 Nazareth, Pennsylvania ,QW Janet Flick and Joyce Schultz both received state degrees in Future Homemakers of America. RHYMER'S FLOWER SHOP 135 South Whitfield Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania FURNITURE ALBERT BRAU COMPANY 25 North Second Street Easton, Pennsylvania GARAGES 81 SERVICE STATIONS COOPER'S MOBIL SERVICE Lubrication-Battery Service-Tires-C Official State Inspection Main Street, Stockertown, Pa. FINICBEINER'S SERVICE STATION Lubrication - Gas - Tires Tatamy, Pennsylvania HERMAN'S MOBIL SERVICE Broad and Center Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone PL 9-9924- FLOYD L. JONES INC. Buick - Pontiac 25 S. Broad St., Nazareth, Penna. KLIPPLE'S FLYING A SERVICE Nazareth and Bath Highway PL 9-9960 KROCK'S GARAGE Phone PL 9-2648 or PL 9-3137 R. D. 1, Nazareth, Newburg, Penna. T. F. LEH, INCORPORATED Ford Sales and Service 235 Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania LICHTENWALNER MOTORS Mercury and Edsel 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 SYSKO'S GARAGE General Repairing - State Inspection Atlantic Gas and Oil Nazareth Pike WELK'S ESSO SERVICE STATION Walnut and New Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania ar Washing BUSINESSES High School Students take over the government of the town. As Attorney Charles Shimer and Councilman Warren Zerfass observe, John Donello ofliciates as Borough Solicitor. HARDWARE DEALERS NAZARETH BURIAL VAULT NAZARETH HARDWARE COMPANY 49-51 Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania 162 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania NAZARETH TOOL 81 SUPPLY COMPANY MISCELLANEOUS 150 South Main Street CLEWELL'S CIDER MILL Nazareth, Pennsylvania Peter F. Yeisley, Prop. INSURANCE ROY S. HAHN Notary Public and Insurance 144 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania FRANK HUTH 8K SONS, INSURANCE in all its Branches 104 South Main St., Nazareth, Penna. Phone PL 9-4900 .IEWELERS R. D. LAMBERT Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania G. S. OSWALD 48 Center Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania MANUFACTURERS H 8g 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 Phone Plaza 9-1820 R. D. No. 3, Nazareth, Penna. Apples, Cider, Home-cooked Apple Butter in season FLORA'S MILLINERY SHOP 66 South Main Street Flora M. Clewell, Prop. GRUBE 8s BETTS Sporting Goods 8. Photography 25 South Third Street Easton, Pennsylvania GEO. N. MILLER General Mdse., Farm Equipment Sales 81 Service Phone PL 9-2260 R. D. No. 2, Nazareth, Penna. G. C. MURPHY COMPANY Belvidere Street Nazareth, Penna. NAZARETH SPORTING GOODS Broad and Belvidere Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania PL 9-1535 NAZARETH PAPER BOX COMPANY 181 South Whitfield Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania NORTHAMPTON FARM BUREAU "Owned by Those it Serves" Phone BL 3-1481 Tatamy, Pennsylvania SUPPORTING OUR COMET WILLIAM M. SILFIES, REG. PROF. ENG. Designing, Building, Construction 363 South Broad StTeet 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 WALTER ETTWEIN Plumbing and Heating R. D. No. 1, Nazareth, Pennsylvania ROY T. FEHNEL General Building Contractor Exterior Painting-Interior Decorating and Papering Belfast, Pennsylvania Phone PL 9-1140 or PL 9-2390 R. K. STOUT Electrical Contractor Phone PL 9-2800 Nazareth, Pennsylvania FREDDIE WERNER General Building Contractor 46 East High Street Nazareth, Penna. Phone PL 9-4960 PHOTOGRAPHERS APOLLO STUDIO Nazareth, Pennsylvania STULL'S PHOTO SERVICE 156 So. Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania RESTAURANTS RAINBOW DINER A Place for Good Food So. Green Street, Easton Road Nazareth, Pennsylvania SERVICE SHOPS CHARLIE'S BARBER SHOP Charles DeNardo, Prop. Main Street Tatamy, Pennsylvania SHIRLEY KROMER BEAUTY SA 37 Mauch Chunk Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania WATER WELL DRILLING R. S. KOCHER, SR. Water Well Drilling 212 Washington Park Phone PL 9-4710 LON At the end of our tour, students leave for the outside world. AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS Nelson Alpaugh Carol Altemose Marjorie Arduini Clarence Baker Wanda Baker Robert Bartholomew Faith Bauer Anne Beck Eugene Berger Michael Bill Ronald Bittner 10, 11, 52, Dale Boyer Joseph Brobston Gail Brown Sandra Browne Esther Buss Thomas Buss Elaine Butz Jane Christman Helen Clift Martin Cortez Samuel Darrohn Carol DeGarmo Priscilla Didovitz Carla Dinstel John Donello Audrey Doyle Betty Drosnock Gerald Eckhart Ronald Edelman Arnold Einfalt Elwood Eyer Sylvia Feller Herman Fischl Jerry Flank James Flick Janet Flick Joan F ogel Harold Frace John Fraunfelder Richard Frey Barry Fritchman Albert Fry Carol Gabert Loretta Garger Gloria Garren Mary Garren Morris Ginder Ronald Gori Janet Gossler Diary Ann Groller Dennis Grube SENICR INDEX 10, 53, 63, 10, 11, 11, 53, 66, 67, 72, 12, 42, 53, 12, 69, 72, 29, 30, 58, 30, 31, 57, 13, 58, 66, 70, 71, 10, 13, 13, 31, 57, 66, 14, 52, 60, 61, 14, 14, 14, 14, 15, 49, 15, 58, 15, 53, 78, 15, 15, 74, 78, 16 67, 10 78 11, 11, 66, 66, 79, 11, 63, 79, 60, 12, 78, 12, 64, 79, 53, 67, 70, 62, 14, 62, 53, 66, 74, 14, 78, 58 64 79 53 79 53 16 5 9 9 Roger Gulick Alfreda Hadl Robert Hartzell Florence Hedgecock Mae Heimer Joan Henry Carol Herd Ronald Houser Todd Jones Barbara Jurasits Ellen Kelchner Shari Kellow Kermit Kemmerer Ronald Kessler Thomas Kidd David Kindt Elaine Kline Larry Knecht Larry Koch Laurie Kontis Richard Kostenbader Robert Kostenbader Pauline Kowalchuk William Kraemer Carl Krein Wanda Kressley Maryann Lechner Ann Leopold Joseph Lopresti Richard Mahorsky Anthony Male Brenda Male Betty Marth Charles Merlo Arthur Metzgar Walter Metzgar Richard Miller Bernard Molnar Martha Moosch Marilyn Morgan Richard Moser Thomas O'Sullivan Roseann Paukovits Robert Pflugler Virginia Phillips Diane Pirher Joyce Powell Carol Reichard Virgil Remaley Donald Reppert Donald Ressler Charles Rhoades 17, 52, 63 18, 69 19 10, 20 10, 20 20, 61 21 21 21 22, 64, 66 Conrad Rice Leroy Rinehart Melvin Rinker N orlaine Roberts Carol Roth Kenneth Saltern Donna Sandt Ray Sandt Bruce Schmidt Loraine Schoeneberger Paul Schuch Joyce Schultz Arthur Scola Pat Sensenbach John Seyer Kay Shafer Charles Sleeman Thomas Sleeman Bernice Smith Carl Smith Joseph Smith Maryellen Smith lliarvin Smoyer Joseph Steltzman SENIOR INDEX Marlene Teada Gloria Temos Susan Thomas Lee Todora Robert Topping Nancy Trach Geraldine Unangst Sandra Van Horn John Viglione Janet Vosper David Wambold Judy Washko Millicent Weiss David Werkheiser LaRue Werkheiser Brenda VVerner Nancy Wilson Mary Ann Wukovitz Carol Wunderly Carol Wynne Henry Yeska Betty Zaleski Gerald Zimitz Walter Zurowski 26, 53, 27, 66 27, 57, 66, 28, 61, 28, 29, 29, This book printed by VELVATONE, a sp l p oce f lth graphic printing. 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