Nazareth Area High School - Comet Yearbook (Nazareth, PA)
- Class of 1960
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Published by the Class of I960 NAZARETH AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Nazareth, Pennsylvania Member of Columbia Scholastic Press Association Member of Pennsylvania Scholastic Press Association CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION. 1 -- 4 CURRICULUM AND FACULTY. 5 -- 16 SPORTS.17 -- 30 STUDENTS.31 — 64 ACTIVITIES. 65 -- 96 ADVERTISEMENTS.97 -- 112 HOW FIRM THE FOUNDATION Approximately one year ago the citizens of Bushkill Township, Lower Nazareth Township, Nazareth Boro, Stockertown Boro, Tatamy Boro and Upper Nazareth Township voted to merge these six districts to form the Nazareth Area School District. The consolidation of these dis¬ tricts can mean better educational opportunities for the children of the Area through coordination of instruction and instructional materials. To scientifically plan for the future and further improve the educational program, the school board engaged the Educational Research Service, Inc. to survey the expanding school population and present school facilities. This group of educational experts produced the bulletin " Nazareth Area School Building Survey " , re¬ leased by the School Board in December 1959. The report indicates the urgent need for con¬ struction of new elementary school buildings, centered in those areas where the pupil popula¬ tion is concentrated and indicates the potential of greatest growth. These new school centers will streamline the educational program by more efficient and economical programming and elimi¬ nate operationally expensive and hazardous buildings. The research team further recommended that because of the current and impending growth the present Junior High School building should be renovated and enlarged. They also suggest additional space should be provided in the Senior High School. The school board and school administration, because of the capital outlay necessary to cope with the recent fire hazard ruling of the Depart¬ ment of Labor Industry, and the conclusions and recommendations of the research team, have outlined a plan of building construction to meet the physical needs of the district. The board also recognizes the heart of an effective system of public schools is the teacher. They, therefore, want the schools staffed by well qualified, competent and dedicated teachers. To this end the board has made every effort to furnish an adequate salary schedule to encourage and hold these good teachers. The school administration subscribes to the educational philosophy which recognizes the im¬ portance of equal educational opportunity for all children. To assure this, the curriculum of the entire school system is being reviewed and re¬ vised by the professional staff, to ensure all boys and girls an educational befitting their interests and abilities. 2 REPRESENTATIVES OF THE PEOPLE NAZARETH AREA SCHOOL BOARD SEATED: Carl Fry, Hugh Leake, Joseph Fry, Charles Saltern, Marguerite Thomas, Stanley Clewell, Rev. Floyd R. Shafer, John Fox, Wilfred Sheetz, Business-Manager, Charles Schnerr, Herbert Cobley, Supt. of Schools, George Bartron, Lewis Kleintop. STANDING: Floyd Lahr, John Lieber- man, Charles Peischl, Lester Scott, Russel Metzgar, John Urban, Woodrow Brong, Maurice Zellner, William Beck, Gustave Fox, Woodrow Hartzell, Leo Shook, Raymond Reinert, C. Forrest Bowers, Norman Millheim, missing, William C. Smith. Our School Board has a particularly large job this year as there are several new schools to be built. If their past performance is any criteria, they will do an exceptionally fine job. AREA SCHOOL BOARD OFFICERS President.REVEREND FLOYD R. SHAFER Vice-President.JOHN J. FOX Secretary.WILFREDSHEETZ Treasurer.CHARLES SCHNERR George Bartron William Beck Forrest Bowers Woodrow Brong Stanley Clewell Carl Fry Joseph Fry Gustave Fox John J. Fox Woodrow Hartzell Lewis Kleintop Floyd Lahr Hugh Leake John Lieberman Russell Metzgar Norman Millheim Charles Peischl Raymond Reinert Charles Saltern Rev. Floyd R. Shafer Charles P. Schnerr Lester Scott Leo Shook William C. Smith Marguerite Thomas John E. Urban Maurice Zellner 3 OUR SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS As principal of our high school, Mr. Benfieldis the chief co-ordinator of student and faculty activities. He is responsible for the supervision of curriculum, advising the student body, and.for the general operation of our school. Another of Mr. Benfield’s many duties is to resolve the problems of students, teachers, and parents. Mr. Benfield received his B. S. in Education at Dickensen College and his M. A. in Education at Bucknell University. zz:jt ' ZZl MNNIKRNMMRMIMMMHM ZZ3- ZZi Herbert F. Cobley Mr. Herbert F. Cobley, head of our school administration, assumes the respon¬ sibilities of correlating the programs of the Nazareth Area Schools from kindergarten through twelfth grade. These programs are designed to meet the needs of the various types of students and to provide equal op¬ portunities to all students, encouraging them to reach their highest goals. Mr. Cobley received his B.S. in Educa¬ tion at Kutztown and his M.A. in Administra¬ tion and Supervision at Lehigh University. Through the efforts of Mr. Cobley, an analy¬ sis of the facilities oi our school district was completed, showing the need to plan for new growth and a long term building program. Frederick C. Benfield Left, Mrs. Elaine Doyle, secretary to Mr. Benfield, right, Mrs. RuthKlep- pinger, secretary to Mr. Cobley. These two secretaries are import¬ ant members of our school district, helping to organize the business and clerical work involved in running our schools smoothly. CURRICULU " aaUii ' „ ' Ip For a well-rounded education it is import¬ ant that the student be acquainted with the basic principles of English, mathematics, and social Studies, as well as such subjects as industrial arts, home economics, art, and arts and crafts. We ar£ indebted to Nazareth Area High School for presenting us with such a curriculum. LEARNING TO Teaching students to converse correctly is the major role of the English department. Improving this ability to communicate must be done by en¬ larging the vocabulary with extensive reading, in¬ telligent listening, and logical thinking. The foreign languages offered are Latin and German. Upon completing two years of either, the student is well enough acquainted with the language so that he is able to understand its basic principles. Our instructors pictured to the left are: Robert A. Harding who teaches sophomore, junior, and senior English, directs the senior class play, and sponsors the chess club; he was educated at Syracuse University A.B. and Lehigh University M.A.--J. Frederick Knecht, a junior English teacher, was educated atUniversity of Pennsylvania, B.A. and A.M., and has as extra curricular activities Blue and White Advisor and Honor Society Advisor--Mrs. Ruth McGoigle, who instructs Latin H, German I and H, advises Honor Society and the Oratorical Contest and received her A.B. from Ursinus--Floyd Schlegel, an instructor in sophomore English, vocal music and the organ, received his B.S. and M.Ed. in music from Pennsylvania State University and did his graduate work at New York University. His extra curricular activities consist of Mixed Glee Club and Mixed Ensemble--Elizabeth Sloat teaches senior English, is in charge of school publicity and instructs the college board club. She received her A.B. from Lebanon Valley Col¬ lege and M.A. from Columbia University Seated: Elizabeth Sloat and Mrs. Ruth McGonigle. Standing: Floyd Schlegel, J. Frederick Knecht, and Robert Harding. Renee Koehler displays her Latin II project in Mrs. In German I class Sandra Jones and Albert Toth show McGonigles Latin II class. German proverbs to their classmates as Mrs. McGonigle looks on. 6 CONVERSE Senior English students wait anxiously for MissSloat to play a re¬ cording of " The Highway Man " by Alfred Noyes. Mr. Knecht points out highlights of Pennsylvania literary map to Junior English students. Students in Mr. Schlegel ' s Sopho¬ more English class conjugate verbs. OUR GUIDING LIGHT Mr. Robert Reichard and Mr. Broni Krisukus discuss outstanding guidance cases. Through our guidance department students are given the opportunity to plan college careers and future vocations. This guidance program is carried on through a series of interest tests, scholarship tests, individual interviews, and career conferences. By these various methods students are given abetter understanding of their abilities and interests. Our guidance staff consists of Robert Reichard and Broni Krisukus. Robert Reichard also ad¬ vises the Junior class and Student Council be¬ sides his duties as a guidance counselor. He graduatedfromKutztownState Teacher ' s College with a E.A. andfrom Lehigh University with a M. A. Broni Krisukus serves as Home and School Visitor. College boards are admin¬ istered to junior and senior students throughout the nation for the purpose placement of opportunity for entrance into college. Mr. Thomas Mitten advises students during College Night. 8 WORLD EVENTS - PAST AND PRESENT In the Social Studies department students are taught to appreciate the past and present and to look forward to the future. After completing the available courses they are most capable of solving their own prob¬ lems. Studying mistakes of peoples in the past enables a student to prof¬ it in his own right. Pictured to the right are: Augustine Weinhofer who teaches World History and Instrumental Music , sponsors the Majorette Club and the Band. Mr. Weinhofer received his A.B. from Muhlenberg College, his M. A. from Lehigh University and currently is studying graduate music at Temple University - Richard Schmoyer, in¬ structor of World History, American History and Problems of Democracy and adviser to the Comet; graduated from Kutztown State Teachers College with a B.S. and New York University with a M. A. - Mrs. Miriam Zell, instructor of American History and sponsor of the Dramatic Club; graduated from Susquehanna University with an A.B. - Melvin Kessler, a recent addition to the SEATED: Augustine Weinhofer, Mrs. Miriam Zell, Quentin Zell; STANDING: Richard Schmoyer, Melvin Kessler. teaching staff, teaches World History and Sophomore English and coaches the basketball team. Mr. Kessler graduated from Muhlenberg College with an A. B. - Quentin Zell, teacher of Problems of Democracy and Blue and White adviser received his A. B. from Moravian College and his M. A. from Lehigh Univer¬ sity. Commentator Ann Shekletski reports to the Problems of Democracy class on news of the day as Mr. Zell looks on. An American His¬ tory class drama¬ tises colonial re¬ sistance to the In¬ tolerable Acts. Mr. Kessler shows the class in World History the location of ancient Egyptian civilization. SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE Mr. Cump, Mr. Shekletski, Mr. Roth. Miss Lazorak, Mr. Kostenbater. The mathematics department plays an important role in teaching the basic require¬ ments needed for everyday living. Because of the close relationship that exists between math and science, it is very hard to study any of the higher sciences without a good back¬ ground in math. This requirement is met by our mathematics department. Algebra n, Plane and Solid Geometry, and Trigonometry are offered. Nazareth High School offers Biology, Physics, and Chemistry in the field of science. Our instructors pictured above from left to right are: Franklyn Kostenbader, who teaches Physics and Physical Science land advises the Science Fair Projects Club. He received his B.S.from Moravian College and his M.A. from Lehigh University--James Roth, who teaches Biology, advises the Photog¬ raphy Club, and was educated at Pennsylvania State University where he received his B.S. degree--Eva Lazorack, who instructs Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry, Trigonometry, Algebra n, and Biology. She advises Mathe¬ matics Club and FTA. She received her B.S. in secondary education at Kutztown State Teachers ' College--Guy Cump, who instructs Plane Geometry, Algebra n, and Business Arithmetic. He also instructs the projection¬ ist Club. He received his B.S. degree from Gettysburg College--Adam Shekletski,who received his B.S. from Lehigh University, in structs Chemistry and Physical Science II and advises Radio Club and the Science Fair Pro¬ jects Club. Under the direction of Mr. Kostenbader, students of the Physics class conduct a pertinent experiment. Mr. Shekletski explains atomic structure to members of the Chemistry class. 10 FOR THE FUTURE Trigonometry students use slide rule and black¬ board in problem solving. Under the direction of Mr. Cump, Thomas Fehnel explains his solution to a problem in Plane Geometry. BUSINESS CAREERS SEATED: Mrs. Virginia Graver, Mrs. Belva Kolessar; STANDING: Mrs. Mildred Metz, Chester Felver, Mrs. A. Jane Bleiler. Our Commercial Course develops the student’s know¬ ledge of the business world. Upon graduation they are ready to either continue their education at one of the many business colleges or begin a business career. The teachers pictured above left are: Mrs. Virginia Graver who instructs Shorthand I and II and Office Practice; also ad¬ viser to the Blue and White typists and the 50 Plus Club. Mrs. Graver received her B.S. and M.A. from Syracuse Uni¬ versity - Mrs. Belva Kolessar instructs Typing I and II and Introduction to Business; also adviser to the Blue and White business staff and the Comet business staff. Mrs. Kolessar received her B.S. from Rider College - Mrs. Mildred Metz instructs Bookkeeping and Bus¬ iness Ar it hm et i c , is school treasurer; also is Senior Class adviser and school treasurer. Mrs. Metz was educated at Rider College receiving a B.S.-Chester Felver instructs Consumer Economics, Commercial A- rithmetic, and American His¬ tory; also Student Council adviser. Mr. Felver received his B.S. at Rider College and his M.A. at Lehigh University - Mrs. A. Jane Bleiler instructs Per¬ sonal Typing, General Business and Typing I; also advises the Sophomore Class, Honor Society, Magazine Campaign and Knitting Club. Mrs. Bleiler re¬ ceived her B.S. from the State Teachers College at Blooms- burg, Pa. As the class listens attentively, Mrs. Metz explains the construction of a Six-Column Work Sheet. Mrs. Bleiler supervises workbook activities during General Business class. 12 IN THE MAKING Robert Bauer solves a problem in Business Arithmetic while Mr. Felver and class offer suggestions. Under the watchful direction of Mrs. Graver, students in Office Practice experiment in the use of various machines. 13 Our Home Economics department cre¬ ates a better understanding of home¬ making. After graduation, girls have some preparation for either an immediate homemaking career or a major in Home Economics in college. Miss Sara Frankenfield, a recent addition to the teaching staff, is our Home Economics instructor and F . H . A. adviser. At Pennsyvlania State University she re¬ ceived a B.S. in Home Economics Edu¬ cation. Through Arts and Crafts, students are given the chance to appreciate good taste and beauty. Miss Jean Clute instructs Art, the Arts and Crafts Club, Stagecraft Club, and Comet Art. She received a B. F.A. in education from Philadelphia Museum School of Art. PATHS TO Industrial Arts prepares students for various manual 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. Andrew Brock, our shop and mechanical drawing teacher, ad¬ vises Stagecraft Club, Home and Hobby Club, and the Senior Class. He received his B.S. in Industrial Art at West Virginia Institute of Technology and his M.A. at Pennsylvania State University. Miss S. Joan Frankenfield, Andrew Brock, Miss Jean Clute. Students in Mechanical Drawing construct a prob¬ lem under the direction of Mr. Brock. Harold Keller uses the circular saw, while Fred Nolf and Aloys Hammer wait their turn, during a class in Industrial Art. 7 ) BETTER LIVING Students shape metal blanks into bowls during an experience in crafts instruction. Miss Clute discusses media and techniques in the development of painting. Miss Frankenfield, using the spacious kitchen of the Homemaking suite, instructs students in elementary cooking. i 15 PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT AND SAFETY Miss Janet Stewart, B. S. East Stroudsburg Teachers College; Guy Owens, B. S. West Chester State Teachers College; Andrew Leh, B. A. Muhlenberg College, M. A. Columbia University. 2. In Mr. Leh ' s Gym class, boys participate in an active game of basketball. In our health classes the student is taught to care for his body. The various functions of the body are emphasized to aid the student in proper appreciation of the complex machine he has inherited. Proper health habits are an important part of the students training. Physical Education stresses the body from the point of participation in planned activities that lead toward strength and well - being. Sportsmanship and cooperation are forwarded to help the student in getting along with others. Participating in sports requires body co - ordination which is help¬ ful in everyday living. Driver Education teaches the students of our school to be better drivers and students. They learn the techniques of good driving, along with the care of their automobiles. Basic driving laws are stressed so that a student is prepared to pass his operator’s test. 3 3. In Miss Stewart ' s Gym class, Judy Shankweiler guards Gloria Buss in basketball as she tries to shoot for a basket. 4. Meredith Johnson explains the structure of the heart while Mr. Leh and the c 1 a s s listen during Health class. 1. Mr. Owens explains the mechanism of the Driver Edu¬ cation car while Sandra Smoyer and Ronald Gold look on. r ATHLET -fci » -a- FIRST ROW: Joseph Merola, Robert Arndt, Edward Temos, Richard Garr, Joseph Csernak, George Allen; SECOND ROW: Jeffery Marsh, Dale Kratz, Walter Fry, Steve Konya, Harold Keller; THIRD ROW: Kenneth Shook, Lynn Rothrock, Robert Roth, Grant McNear, Robert Meixell, Fred Keim; FOURTH ROW: Charles Bracken, William Shook, Daniel Schmoyer, Gordon Ruhf, Frank Franzcak; FIFTH ROW: Robert Freeman, Delbert Cressman, Warren Snyder, John Hearn, Rich¬ ard Wagner, Stanley Metz; SIXTH ROW: Conrad Bowers, Manager, Richard Fox, Ronald Snyder, Dale Audenreid, Richard Buss, Richard Mushiltz; TOP ROW: Coaches, Edward Christman, Joseph Amoroso, Guy Owens. Ending the 1959 season with a 6 - 4 re¬ cord the Nazareth Blue Eagles placed fourth in the Lehigh - Northampton League. Opening the season with an inexperienc¬ ed squad, the Blue Eagles overpowered Governor Mifflin by posting a 16 - 7 victory. Nazareth’s two touchdowns were credited to Jeff Marsh, with the remaining two points scored on a touchback. Hellertown, the defending League champions, proved one week later that they were a team to contend with as the downed the Blue Eagles 20 - 14. Lynn Rothrock scored the first Nazareth touchdown and a 95 yard punt return by Bob Freeman ended the home team’s scoring. For the first away games of the season Nazareth invaded Whitehall where they out¬ played the " Zephyrs” to the tune of a 19 - 6 score. Jeff Marsh was responsible for two of Nazareth’s touchdowns, while Lynn Roth¬ rock threw a touchdown pass to Bobby Arndt to climax the scoring. Remaining in their winning stride, the Eagles journeyed to Parkland where they cut down the " Trojans” 26 - 14. The four scor¬ ing drives by Nazareth were made by Fred Keim, Jeff Marsh, Lynn Rothrock and Bob Arndt. Next in line was Palmerton, a hitherto unbeaten team. The Blue Eagles, led by Fred Keim, dumped the " Blue Bombers " 27 - 7. Fred Keim, scoring two of the Nazareth touchdowns, received help from Bob Roth and Dick Garr in the win. CHARGE TO VICTORY Coaches Christman, Amoroso, Owens, and Leh Although plagued by numerous threats, Nazareth concluded the sixth game of the season by defeating Pen Argyl 13 - 0. Kenny Shook scored a Nazareth touchdown on a pass from Dick Garr and Fred Keim scored the second on a 71 yard run. The four game winning streak came to an end when a rugged Bangor eleven trounced the Blue Eagles 20 - 0, at Bangor. Passes were responsible for most of the Nazareth yardage. Because the eighth game of the season was cancelled, the Eagles traveled to North¬ ampton on the following Monday where the " Koncrete Kids " stopped them 40 - 0. The Eagles had one touchdown run which was nullified because of a penalty. For the second last game of the season, Nazareth again was thrown for a 21 - 0 loss by a strong " Eastburg " team. Most of Naza¬ reth ' s yardage was gained by the passing of Lynn Rothrock. With high spirits and determination, the Blue Eagles on Thanksgiving Day ended the 1959 season by flattening the " Warriors " of Wilson Borough 20 - 0, at Easton ' s Cotting- ham Stadium. Starting the game with a " bang”, Naza¬ reth fumbled on the game ' s first play with Wilson recovering. Wilson failed in their attempt to take advantage of the situation and after an exchange of punts, the Eagles made a serious drive, moving from their own 26 to Vilson’s 38 where they ran out of gas, losing the ball on downs. Playing in their final season for Nazareth we have the following Seniors: KNEELING: Coach Christman, Harold Keller, Joseph Csernak, Joseph Merola, Dale Kratz, Edward Temos, George Allen, Frank Franczak; STANDING: Stan Konya, Charles Bracken, Robert Arndt, Kenneth Shook and Richard Garr. BLUE EAGLES Fred Keim moves out. Rothrock sets up a pass play. A fine example of Nazareth blocking, Keim running. Fred Keim dodging the men of Palmerton, in a fast moving game. Marsh eludes enemy tacklers. 20 IN ACTION Fred Keim charges around a Pen Argyl end in a hard fought victory. Jeff Marsh, tackled by a " Warrior " , on Thanksgiving Day. A Wilson man slips through Nazareth block¬ ing. Nazareth cracks the Wilson line. 1959 Varsity Football Schedule OPP. NAHS Sept. 12 Governor Mifflin . 7 . . . 16 Sept. 19 Hellertown . . . . 20 . . . 14 Oct. 3 Whitehall .... . 6 . . . 19 Oct. 10 Parkland .... . 14 . . . 26 Oct. 17 Palmerton . . . . 7 . . . 27 Oct. 24 Pen Argyl . . . . 0 . . . 13 Oct. 30 Bangor . . 20 . . 0 Nov. 9 Northampton . . . 40 . . 0 Nov. 14 East Stroudsburg . 21 . . 0 Nov. 26 Wilson. . 0 . . . 20 21 The crowd cheers as Jeff Marsh gallops for a Nazareth touchdown. FOOTBALL FACTS After recovering a Wilson fumble early in the second quarter, the Eagles again threatened by moving the ball to the Wilson 19, but lost the ball on downs. With just 15 seconds remaining in the half, Jeff Marsh intercepted a Wilson pass and raced 64 yards for a touchdown. During the half the spectators were entertained by the excellent Nazareth and Wilson bands. Resuming the battle, Wilson received the kickoff, but lost the ball on downs. After a short punt the Eagles moved 50 yards, climaxed by FredKeim ' s 11 yard jaunt, to score. Although Wilson moved the ball to the Nazareth 15 yard line late in the quarter, they lost the ball on a fumble. Capitalizing on Wilson ' s third quarter fumble, Fred Keim circled end and streaked 14 yards for Nazareth ' s final touchdown. Again the Warrior ' s started to move, first from their 33 to the Nazareth 34 and later from the Eagle 16 to the 3 but each time the drives were stopped by the strong Blue Eagle defense. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS--RebeccaBartholomew, Eleanora Strobl, Mary Ann Metz, Laura Klotz, Carol Sue Johnson--Captain, Carol Ann Staats, JoAnn Bartron, Carol Kametler. 4ND ACTION VARSITY FOOTBALL FACTS J. V. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE NAHS OPP. 30- . • ■ . . Times kicked off. . ... 31 NAHS OPP. Sept. 28 Hellertown . . . . . .26. . . . . . . 6 34. . . . . . Times Punted. . ... 28 Oct. 5 Whitehall. . .28. . . . . . . 0 33.4. . . . . Average yardage per punt . . . . . . 29.6 Oct. 12 Parkland. . .29. . . ... 6 89 . . . . . Passes Attempted . . . . . 95 Oct. 19 Wilson. . . 13. . . . ... 1 39 . . . . . Passes Completed. . ... 33 Oct. 26 Pen Argyl . . . . . . . 9. . . . ... 6 495 . . . . . Total yards passing. . . . 539 Nov. 2 Bangor . . .42. . . , ... 1 1,432 . . . . . Total yards scrimmage . . . . . 1,858 Nov. 9 E. Stroudsburg . . , . . 13. . . , ... 6 79 . . . . . Total first downs. . . . 126 34 . . . . . Fumbles . . . . 38 16 . . . . . Fumbles lost. . . . . 18 135 . . . . . Total Points . . . . 135 J.V. FOOTBALL SQUAD it FIRST ROW: Robert Bill, Frank Groller, William Steckel, William Allen, Michael Allen, Ronald Serfass, Lonny Herritt, GlenHendershot. SECOND ROW: Gregg Bill, WilliamDech, Steve Kraemer, JohnKubelis, David Seibler, Robert Boyda, Lawrence Murphy, Thomas Seato n. Raymond Green. THIRD ROW: James Ewadinger, Richard Keck, Dale Sandt, Allen Miklas, David Bowers, Kenneth Stimmel, Barry Rinker, William Grucela. FOURTH ROW: Neal Sprague, Francis Macy, Lester Butz, Stanley Fehr, Ronald Mahorsky, Robert Miklas, Barry Rinker. FIFTH ROW: Chris Miller, Coach Andrew Leh, Assistant Coach Marlyn Roth, Ernest Arduini. 23 ) BLUE EAGLES IMPROVE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY Opp. Naz. Opp. Naz 71 . 56 Dec. 1 Whitehall . 52 . . 47 41 . 48 Dec. 4 Em m aus. 58 . . 59 66 . 45 Dec. 8 Palmerton. 48 . . 53 72 . 62 Dec. 11 Coplay. 52 . . 58 31 . 33 Dec. 15 East Stroudsburg. 28 . . 53 52 . 57 Dec. 18 Pen Argyl. 22 . . 54 58 . 65 Dec. 22 Phillipsburg, N. J. 33 . . 57 70 . 48 Dec. 26 Catasauqua .... 47 . 60 Jan. 5 Bangor . 32 . . 78 46 . 47 Jan. 8 Hellertown. 42 . . 52 48 . 47 Jan. 12 Parkland . 52 . . 32 65 . 45 Jan. 15 Fountain Hill . . . 40 . . 38 82 . 45 Jan. 18 Wilson. 61 . . 64 54 . 71 Jan. 22 Coplay. 56 . . 64 52 . 72 Jan. 26 East Stroudsburg. 36 . . 63 51 . 54 Jan. 29 Pen Argyl. 62 . . 53 60 . 58 Feb. 2 Phillipsburg, N. J. 44 . . 55 34 . 59 Feb. 5 Bangor . 15 . . 59 53 . 66 Feb. 9 Hellertown. 41 . . 56 62 . 54 Feb. 12 Parkland. 49 . . 50 87 . 62 Feb. 16 Fountain Hill . . . 47 . . 42 58 . 51 Feb. 19 Wilson. 38 . . 73 A1 Toth about to sink a lay¬ up shot. Lynn Rothrock lets go on an over-the-head push shot. NAHS Varsity Basketball Team. Kneeling : Walter Fry, Daniel Schmoyer, Albert Toth, Robert Arndt, Richard Garr. Standing : Richard Rhoades, William Crouse, William Sandt, Kenneth Butz, William Shook, Lynn Rothrock, Robert Freeman, and Coach Melvin Kessler. 24 UNDER NEW COACH Kneeling: Paul Elkins, Robert Scobo, William Stock- las, Jim Riefenstahl, Dale Sandt, Raymond Greene, Richard Buss, Francis Donnelly. Standing: Coach Marlyn Roth, Barry Smith, Neal Sprague, David Bowers, Samuel Werkheiser, George Jones, Kenneth Stimmel, Warren Snyder. J. V. Cheerleaders reading clockwise: Mary Louise Seyfried, Edythe Browne, Peggy Jo Betz, Carol Yeisley, Diane Schlegel, and Nancy Letson. Starting 1959 with an entirely new coach¬ ing staff, coaches Mel Kessler and Marlyn Roth led the Varsity and JV Blue Eagles through a smashing season. With a record of 11 wins and only 11 losses, the Varsity Eagles became top contenders in the Lehigh- Northampton League. The Blue Eagles top goal ace was Kenneth Butz. Also with a tremendous record of 17 wins and 5 losses, the Nazareth JV’s breez¬ ed through the season with little trouble. The leading JV ace was Neal Sprague. Although dropping seven out of thirteen games in the first half, the Eagles were beaten only four times by Lehigh-Northamp- ton League teams. Nazareth ended the first half in fourth place. Making a strong second half start, Naza¬ reth won three games in a row before being defeated by Phillipsburg. Nazareth’s second half record was 5 out of 8 with only 3 league game defeats. The Eagles placed 3rd in the second half league competition. A base hit by Richard Garr. AVERAGE YEAR Walter Fry charging toward third base. Another run for Walter Fry. One for the catcher. V FOR BLUE EAGLES In our area, as throughout the country, baseball has become a tradi¬ tional spring and summer sport. Many students of our school look forward to competing with the teams of other schools in the area. Although nine positions had to be filled, Nazareth had an average year. Here is the record; The first game was lost to Bangor 3-0 but the Eagles won the second game with Pen Argyl 3-2. The next two games were lost too; Whithall 2-1 and Hellertown 1-0. In the fifth game the Eagles won over Bangor 6-4, however the next game was lost to East Strouds¬ burg 4-0. The game with Wilson was close, Wilson winning 13-12. Pen Argyl won the next game 9-2, while the Eagles bounced back to defeat Coplay 2-0 and Southern Lehigh 5-4. The Eagles lost the next game to Fountain Hill 3-1. The Eagles wound up the season by defeating Parkland 3-2. BASEBALL SCHEDULE N.A.H.S. 0 . . . 3 . . . 1 . . . 0 . . . 6 . . . 0 . . . 12 . . . 2 . . . 2 . . . 5 . . . 1 . . . 3 . . . OPP. Bangor. 3 Pen Argyl. 2 Whithall. 2 Hellertown. 1 Ban gor. 4 East ' burg. 4 Wilson.13 Pen Argyl. 9 Coplay. 0 S ' thrn Lehigh. 4 Fountain Hill. 3 Parkland. 2 FIRST ROW: Thomas Sleeman, George Allen, Bruce Burley, Martin Manning, Stan Metz, Barry Smith, Sam Werkheiser, Stan Fehr, Philip Marth; SECOND ROW: Robert Arndt, Harold Frace, Virgil Remaly, James Flick, Arnold Einfalt, Thomas Buss, Richard Garr, Walter Fry, Charles Rhoades, Charles Sleeman; THIRD ROW; Coach Leh, Lester Butz, Lyn Rothrock, Dale Mengel, Ronald Gold, Joseph Csernak, William Shook, Donald Altemose, David Schultz, Fred Nolf. 27 MATMEN PROVIDE THRILLS Kneeling: Glenn Newhart, Dale Williamson, Dale Kratz, Robert Peters, Delbert Buss. Standing: George Allen, Robert Miklas, James Drissel, John Hearn, William Allen, Eugene Zurowski, Frederick Keim, and Coach Joseph Amoroso. The Blue Eagle matmen, coached by Joseph Amoroso finished the 1960 sea¬ son with only victory, losses, and tie. The Eagles defeated Emmaus. George Allen trying to free arm to shoot a half nelson. Dale Kratz fighting to pin Northamp¬ ton opponent with a cradle. Dec. 3 Allentown N.A.H.S. 12 OPP. 40 Dec. 10 Bethlehem 3 50 Dec. 17 Wilson 11 43 Jan. 7 Whitehall 28 28 Jan. 14 Notre Dame 20 24 Jan. 21 Emmaus 30 21 Jan. 28 Easton 5 47 Feb. 4 S. Lehigh 17 25 Feb. 11 Northampton 8 50 Feb. 18 Dieruff 17 31 Feb. 25 Phillipsburg 17 25 Mar. 4,5 District XI Tournament 3 V 28 CINDERMEN BREAK TWO RECORDS April April April April April May May May Ronald Kessler, Dale Kratz, and Robert Miklas bring in another victory. On April 10, Coach Stouffer led the Nazareth cindermento a 51-39 victory over Emmaus. Emmaus took most first places but Nazareth made the most points. On the 15ththe Blue Eagles took a 51-48 lead over Wilson. Hellertown nipped Nazareth 49 2 3 - TRACK SCHEDULE N.A.H.S. OPP. 10 Emmaus 51 39 15 Wilson 51 48 20 Hellertown 49 1 3 49 2 3 24 Whitehall 29 Parkland 54 1 6 45 5 6 6 Phillipsburg 48 51 9 L.N.LA.L. Meet 32 1 3 16 District XI Championships 8 49 1 3 on the 20th of April. The Blue Eagles bounced back then for a 54 1 6 - 45 5 6 win over Parkland. At the L.N.LA.L. Nazareth came in third with 32 1 3 points, and the cindermen scored eight points in the District XI Class A meet at Allentown. N.A.H.S. Varsity Track Team. Row 1: Raymond Oswald, Dale Kratz, Allen Miklas, Brooks Doyle, Joseph Merola, Gordon Ruhf, Jeffery Marsh. Row 2: Grant McNear, Delbert Cressman, Conrad Bowers, Robert Miklas, Thomas Seaton, Milton Kelchner, Ronald Sny¬ der, Richard Fox. Row 3: Lawrence Murphy, Richard Buss, William Allen, Richard Rhoades, Kenneth Butz, John Hearn, Warren Snyder, and Thomas Smith. J A 29 OVER THE NETS Frederick Ressler and Richard Rundle warm-up before a practice game. Kneeling, . .David Bowers, Richard Keck, Bernard Hahn, Thomas Reber, Scott Bowers, Robert Sawyer. Standing. . .Mr. Christman, James Riefenstahl, Kenneth Shook, Richard Rhoades, Richard Rundle, Frank Naracci, Frederick Ressler. 1959 TENNIS SCHEDULE Opp. April 24--Reading 1 May 1--Bethlehem 5 4--Easton 4 6- -Reading 1 7- -Allentown 5 11--Allentown 5 14- -Bethlehem 5 15- -Easton 3 Naz. 5 1 2 5 1 1 1 3 This was clearly not one of Nazareth ' s best years so far as tennis was concerned. The reason was that many members of the team had graduated and had to be replaced. Nazareth only won two out of eight games, defeating Reading twice with a score of 5-1 each time. During the re¬ mainder of the season Nazareth lost five games and tied one. 30 SENIORS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President.ROBERT SAWYER Vice-President.DALE KRATZ Secretary.JANE DYMOND Treasurer.PATRICIA RICHARDS Historian.KARMEN WEAVER Advisers.ANDREW BROCK MRS. MILDRED METZ SEATED: Jane Dymond, Karmen Weaver, Patricia Richards. STANDING: Robert Sawyer, Dale Kratz. ALICE ACHENBACH Alice . . . energetic academic student . . . vivacious sandy-haired blond . . . avid sports enthusiast . . . a mis¬ chievous future nurse. Athletic Club 1,2,3; Band Majorette 1,2,3; Dramatic Club 2,3; Prom Committee 2 . GEORGE ALLEN George ... a good ath¬ lete . . . likes hunting and fishing. . . outdoor man . . . college plans. Baseball Varsity 1,2; Football J.V. 1; Varsity 2, 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Reading Club 1; Wrestling 1,2. DONALD ALTEMOSE Alty. . . good basketball player . . . friendly . . . tall and thin . . . sports minded. Baseball Varsity 2,3; Basketball J.V. 1; Varsity 2,3; Chess Club 1,2,3; Sportsman ' s Club 3. JEAN ALTEMOSE Jean . . . taciturn . . . friendly strawberry blond student . . . fond of sports dependable . . .future nurse. F.H.A. 2,3; First Aid Club 1; Girls’ Athletics 3. 32 SENIORS MARY JANE ALTEMOSE Mary . . . talkative . . . typical clown . . . peppy majorette . . . sports en¬ thusiast . . . rare sense of humor . . . plans to be a nurse. Band Majorette 2,3; Bas¬ ketball Captain 2; Dramatic Club 1,3; Glee Club 1; Prom Committee 2; Science Fair Project 1. FREDERICK BENDL Fritz. . .happy-go-lucky business student . . . likes hunting and farming . . . good worker . . . enjoys a good joke . . . plans to be a State Trooper. DREW ARNDT Drew. . .fun loving . . . college prep student . . . sports enthusiast. . . mem¬ ber of FOB . . .future c o 1 - lege plans. Basketball J.V. 1; College Board Review 3; Football J. V. 1,2; Prom Committee 2; Senior Class Play 3; Sports¬ man ' s Club 3. ROBERT ARNDT Bob . . . outstanding ath¬ lete . . . willing worker . . . quiet general student . . . future undecided. Baseball Varsity 1,2,3; Basketball Varsity 2,3; J. V. 1; Football Varsity 2,3; J.V. 1; Glee Club 1,2, 3; Prom Committee 2; Sports¬ man’s Club 3. CONRAD BOWERS Conrad . . ! hard worker ... friendly . . . good sense of h u m o r ... plans to enter college or the Armed Forces. Chess Club 1,2,3; College Board Review 3; Football Manager 1,2,3; Ham Radio Club 1,2,3; Prom Com¬ mittee 2. I ! CHARLES BRACKEN Charlie. . .mischievous, fun-loving . . . sociable, witty student . . . fond of the outdoor life. . .not addicted to school . . . Navy plans. Basketball J.V. 1; Foot- baH Varsity 2,3; J.V. 1; Track 1,2,3. JOAN BELLO Joni . . . mischievous commercial student. . .full of pep and vitality . . .loves to dance . . . secretarial plans. F.H.A. 1. KAREN BREIDINGER Karen . . . pony tail her trademark . . . cute and friendly . . . active in school affairs . . . future secretary. Athletics 2,3; Cheerlead¬ er Varsity 2; J.V. 1; F.H.A. 1; Student Council 1 ,2,3; Prom Committee 2. 33 SENIORS SANDRA BROBSTON Sandi . . . likes to act . . . talks constantly . . . as witty as they come . . . likes sports . . . college plans. Comet Business 3; Dra¬ matic Club 1; Girls’ Glee Club 3; Honor Society 1; Prom Committee 2; Science Fair Project 1; Senior Play Committee 3. JAMES BRONG Brongie. . . enjoys rock and roll . . . very talkative . . . not addicted to home¬ work or early rising hours for school . . . plans to enter college. Chess Club 2,3; College Board Review 3. WILLIAM BROWNE Bill. . . mischievous . . .humorous. . . general student . . . sport car en¬ thusiast . . . future plans include the Navy. BRUCE BURLEY Bruce . . . good-natured . . . dependable college prep student. . . one of the school ' s leaders . . .ready smile . . . plans to be an engineer. Baseball Varsity 1,2,3; Basketball J.V. 1; Basket¬ ball Manager 2; Chess Club 2; Class Vice President 2; Class Treasurer 1; College Board Review 3; Ham Radio Club 2,3; Photography Club 1,3; Projectionist Club 2,3; Prom Committee 2; Science Fair Project 1 Senior Class Play 3; Student Council 1,2,3. GLORIA BUSS Glu a . . . industrious college prep student . . . friendly. . . enjoys sewing and sports . . . active 4H member . . . future teach¬ er. Dramatic Club 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3: F.T.A. 2,3. DOMINIC CONDOMITTI Dominic . . . black wavy hair . . . plays cornet in the band . . . mischievous . . . school a necessary evil . . . service plans. Band 1,2,3; Football J.V. 1; Glee Club 2,3. JOSEPH CSERNAK Joe . . . friendly college prep student . . . big build . . . enjoys sports . . . collects coins and stamps . . . college plans. Baseball 1,2,3; Basket¬ ball J.V. 1; College Board ■ Review 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Football Varsity 2,3; J.V. 1; Glee Club 2; Prom Com¬ mittee 2. EARL DANEY Earl . . . pleasing per¬ sonality . . . good friend . . . enjoys doing math . . . Air Force plans. Ham Radio Club 3; Senior Class Play 3. SENIORS ANNAMAE DECH Anne. . . pleasant smile . . . not addicted to school . . . talkative . . . plans to be a secretary. F.H.A. 3; First Aid Club 1,2; Girls Athletics 3. JEANNETTE DOLLIVAR Jeannette. . . cute com¬ mercial student . . . high- stepping majorette. . . en¬ joys sports and dancing. . . likes school, but dislikes homework . . . future sec¬ retary. Band Maj or ette 1,2,3; 50 Plus Club 3. PRISCILLA DROVICH Penny ... attractive secretarial student . . . frequently absent from school . . .affable . . . neat dresser . . . secre¬ tarial plans. Athletic Club 3; F.H.A. 3; First Aid Club 1. DOROTHY DULAC Squirrel. . .frolicsome, lively commercial student . . . hard worker ... an attractive smile . . . active in vocal groups . . . future secretary. District Chorus 2,3; Girls ' Ensemble 2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Knitting Club 1; Science Fair Project 1. JANE DYMOND Jane . . . cute . . . pleasing smile and person- ! ality . . . neat dresser . . . enjoys dancing . . . future secretary. Athletic Club 2,3; Class Secretary 3; F.H.A. 1; Prom Committee 2. LORENA EBERT? L o r e n a . . . get her laughing and she ' ll never stop . . . tall and slender . . . knows a lot of jokes . . . future nurse. F.H.A. 1; First Aid Club 1 . JOANN ECKHART Susie . . . loads of fun . . . blond . . . loves stock cars . . . likes to dance and bowl in her sparetime . . . future undecided. F.H.A. 1,2; 50 Plus Club 3; Girls ' Glee Club 2,3; Girls ' Intramurals 1. NANCY EINFALT Nancy ... fun loving . . .commercial student . . . fond of pizza and spa¬ ghetti . . . avid gum chewer . . . Navy plans. Athletics 2,3; Dramatics Club 2,3; F.H.A. 3. 35 SENIORS KATHLEEN FEHR Kay . . . usually quiet . . . friendly . . . enjoys sports . . . future beautician. F.H.A.2,3; Library Club 2,3; Reading Club 1. ROBERT FEHR Bob . . . not especially fond of school . . . six year band member . . . hot rodder . . . plans a career in music. Band 1,2,3; Barbershop Group 1; District Band 1, 2,3; District Chorus 2,3; Ensemble 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Prom Committee 2; Student Counc il 1,2,3; Wrestling 1,3. JOAN FOGEL Joan . . . quiet, blue-eyed student. . . willing worker . . . fun-loving, future homemaker. Athletic Club 3; F.H.A. 2,3. RICHARD FOX Dick . . . business stu¬ dent . . . friendly jokester . . . likes cars and all types of sports . . . hot rod enthusiast . . . plans to join Marines after grad¬ uation. Basketball J V. 1; Foot¬ ball J.V. 1; Varsity 2,3; Projectionist Club 3; Track Manager 1,2,3. WAYNE FEHR Wayne . . . blond hair . . . member of the Hot Rod Club . . .loves to tease . . . trackman . . . plans a Naval career. Prom Committee 2; Pho¬ tography Club 1; Science Fair Project 1; Track 1,2,3; Football J.V. 1. RICHARD FISCHL Richie ... short and stocky . . . quiet . . . en¬ joys hunting and fishing . . . future bookkeeper. Band 1; Photography Club 1 . JUDITH FRABLE Judy . . . frequently on the honor roll . . . enjoys reading . . . willing work¬ er.. . future medical tech - nologist. College Board Review 3; Comet Editorial 3; Crafts Club 2; Drawing and Paint¬ ing Club 3; Honor Society 1,2,3; Knitting Club 1,2; Library Club 2. FRANK FRANC ZAK Frankie . . . not too fond of school . . . likes girls . . . enjoys all sports . . . good football player . . . future Navy man. Basketball J.V. 1; Blue and White Editorial 2,3; Football J.V. 1; Varsity 2, 3. 36 SENIORS A concentrated effort is put forth by the students as they make their choices during the lunch break in a closely scheduled day. RICHARD GARR Whitey ... friendly, blue-eyedcollege prep stu¬ dent . . .all around athlete . . . has a walk all his own . . . future teacher. Basketball Varsity 1,2,3; Baseball Var s ity 1,2,3; Captain 3; Football J.V. 1; Varsity 2,3; Blue and White Editor Sports¬ man ' s Club 3. SANDRA GEAKE Sandy . . . always has a friendly smile . . . busi¬ ness student . . . likes school . . .enjoys ice skating and swimming . . . hopes to become a private secretary. Band 1,2,3 ; Blue and White Typing 2,3; Glee Club 3. PATRICIA GERHART Pat . . . well-liked . . . commercial s tud ent . . . neat dresser . . . three year band member . . . en¬ joys bowling and sports . . . secretarial plans. Band 1 , 2,3 ; Athletics 1,2,3; Comet Business 2,3. CAROL GETZ Carol . . . energetic hardworking student . . . fond of sports . . . avid gum chewer . . . plans to enter foreign service. Athletics 1, Comet Busi¬ ness 1; Comet Co-editor 3; Comet Layout 2,3; Dramatic Club 2,3; Glee Club 2,3; HonorSociety 1,2,3; Secre¬ tary 3; Mathematics Club 3; Prom Committee 2; Senior Play 3; Senior Class Play Committee. 37 SENIORS ALBERT GOSSLER A1 . . . likes to tinker with cars. . . spends spare time hot rodding . . . en¬ joys hunting and fishing . . . Naval plans. Crafts Club 2; Ham Radio Club 1. ROSALIE GOSTONY Rosie . . . friendly . . . lots of fun when you know her . . . loves to tease . . . favorite pastimes: dancing and swimming . . . future secretary. F.H.A. 1 ,2 ,3; First Aid Club 1; Knitting Club 3. CAROL GOWER Carol . . .quiet, neat dresser. . . enjoys reading . . . future service plans. F.H.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2; Reading Club 1. BARBARA GRADWOHL Barb . . . tall, dark-eyed college prep student . . . soft spoken. . .quiet, will¬ ing worker . . . amicable personality . . . plans a teaching career. Comet Editorial 3; F.H. A. 1,2,3; First Aid Club 1; F.T.A. 2,3; Honor Society 3. JOHN GROLLER John . . . quiet . . . en¬ joys hunting and fishing . . .fun when you know him . . . agreeable personality . . . future undecided. Arts and Crafts Club 1; Stagecraft Club 1,2,3. JUDITH HAFTL Judy . . . dependable college prep student . friendly . . . enjoys horse back riding . . . ardent football fan. ..college plans. F.H.A. Club 1; Athletics 2; Dramatic Club 2,3; F.T. A. Club 1,2,3; Glee Club 2; Honor Society 2,3. CARL HALLMAN Carl . . . likes to tinker with his car. . . likes girls . . . good at art . . . Air Force plans. Arts and. Crafts Club 1,2; Band Color Guard 2; Stage¬ craft Club 1,3. ALOYS HAMMER Louie . . . friendly busi¬ ness student . . . taciturn . . . enjoys hot rodding . . . future undecided. 38 SENIORS GEORGE HARDY George . . . practical art student. . . enjoys trapping and fishing . . . active Boy Scout. . . future carpenter. Chess Club 1,2; Home and Hobby Club 1,3; Photography Club 3; Stagecraft Club 2,3. JAMES HONSZER Jim ... friendly smile . . . talkative . . . loves to tinker with his car . . . service plans. Blue and White Business 2; Comet Business 3. SHIRLEY HAWK Shirley . . . small and talkative . . . enjoys danc¬ ing and roller skating . . . not too fond of school . . . future housewife. Girls ' Athletics 1,2,3; F. H.A. 1,2,3; Knitting Club 2, 3. DEE ANN HOCH Dee Ann . . . flirtatious . . . constant talker . . . full of fun . . . plans to be a housewife. Why her in¬ terest in cars ? Athletics 2,3; Dramatics Club 1,2,3; Girls ' Ensemble 2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Honor Society 1; Prom Committee 2 . CHARLEYNE HOFFMEISTER Chuck. . .talkative col¬ lege prep student . . . al¬ ways chewing gum . . .en¬ joys horseback riding and watching wrestling matches . . . future nurse. Blue and White Editorial 2,3; Glee Club 2,3; Girls ' athletics 1. SUSAN HOOPER Susie . . . blond haired secretarial student . . . sociable . . . keen sense of humor . . . avid sports fan . . . future secretary. Athletics 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,3. GEORGE HUNT George . . . tall academic student . . . fond of mathe¬ matics and science . . . favorite pastimes: hunting and fishing . . . future un¬ decided. CAROL SUE JOHNSON Carol Sue. . . pretty , anergetic cheerleader . . . competent class secretary . . . sweet smile . .. future secretary. Athletics 1,2,3; Cheer¬ leader Varsity 2,3; Captain 3; Cheerleader J.V. 1; Captain 1; Class Vice Presi¬ dent 1; Comet Business 2,3; Glee Club 2,3; Prom Com¬ mittee 2; Student Council 1, 2,3; Reading Club 1. 39 SENIORS JANET JONES Jonesie . . . talkative . . . not addicted to school . . . enjoys homemaking and sports . . .future unde¬ cided. Athletics 2,3; F.H.A. 1,2, 3. JUDITH JONES Judy . . . neat dresser . . high - steppin ' major¬ ette . . . cordial . . . nice smile . . . future medical secretary. Athletics 3; Band Major¬ ette 1,2,3; Ensemble 3; Girls ' Ensemble 2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Prom Committee 2; Senior Play 3; Student Council 1,2. PEGGY JONES Peggy. . . affable college prep student. . .loquacious blonde . . . dependable and willing worker . . . likes dramatics . . . future teacher. Athletics 2; Comet Edi¬ torial 3; Dramatics Club 1, 2,3; F.T.A. 2; Glee Club 1, HonorSociety 1,2,3; Treas¬ urer 3; Prom Committee 2; Senior Class Play Com¬ mittee 3. JANICE KARDELIS Janice . . . cute business student . . . perky person¬ ality . . .enjoys sports, among them swimming, bowling and ice skating . . . future secretary. Athletics 2,3; F.H.A. 1,2, 3; Knitting Club 1; Library Club 2. 40 SENIORS HAROLD KELLER Harold . . . vexatious . . . industrial art student . . tinkers with cars . . . Air Force plans. Football Varsity 3; J.V. 2. JAMES KEMMERER Jimmy ... quiet . . . loves cars . . . spends most of his time, working o r driving his " hot Ford " . . . future undecided. Reading Club 1. JANET KERN Janet. . . genial college prep student. . . neat dresser. . . five-year-flute -tooter . . . fond of playing the organ and dancing . . . future home economist. Band 1,2,3; Comet Edi¬ torial 3; F.H.A. 2; Girls ' Ensemble 3; Glee Club 3; Honor Society 1,2,3; Pho¬ tography Club 1, Prom Committee 2; Science Fair Project 1. LEILANI KING Lonnie ... attractive s e c r e tar ial student. . . enjoys modeling, sports. . .affable. . . plans asecre- tarial career. Athletics 2,3; Blue and White Editorial 1; F.H.A. 3. LEON KL1PPLE Leon . . . small but mighty . . . enjoys swim¬ ming and roller skating . . . box factory worker . . . future undecided. Chess Club 1,2. J LAURA KLOTZ Laura. . . affable, peppy cheerleader . . . wonderful sense of humor . . . fun- loving popular sports fan . . . future secretary. Athletics 1,2,3; Cheer¬ leader Varsity 2,3; J.V. 1; Comet Typing 3; F.H.A. 2,3; Library Club 2,3; Magazine Campaign Ass’t. Manager 2, 3; Prom Committee 2. STANLEY KONYA Stan . . . friendly per¬ sonality . . .hunting and fishing enthusiast . . . hobbies include weightlift¬ ing, ice skating and swim - ming . . . future undecided. Football Varsity 2,3; J.V. 1; Prom Committee 2. STEPHEN KONYA Steve . . . affable busi¬ ness student . . . teacher ' s enigma . . . car enthusi¬ ast . . . not very fond of school . . . active on the football squad. Football Varsity 2,3; J.V. 1; Co-captain 1. 41 SENIORS GLORIA KRANTZ Gloria . . . has her quiet moments . . . and her dev¬ ilish times . . . likes danc¬ ing Maryland style. F.H.A. 1,2,3. LEON LIBERMAN Leon . . . school’s a force of habit. . . quiet in a group . . . cordial . . . future steel worker. Stagecraft Club 2. DALE KRATZ Dale . . . companionable college prep student. . . popular and willing worker . . . all-around athlete ...fond of math . . . member of FOB. . . college plans. Class Vice President 3; College Board Review 3; Dramatics Club 1; Ensemble 2,3; Football J.V. 1; Varsity 2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Prom Committee 2; Senior Class Play Committee 2,3; Student Council 2,3; Track 1,2,3; Wrestling 1,2,3. BARBARA KURTZ Kurtzie. . . friendly . . . humorous commercial stu - dent. . . interested in boys . . . four-year band mem¬ ber . . . secretarial plans. Band 1,2,3; Comet Busi¬ ness 3; F.H.A. 1; Athletics 1,2,3; Prom Committee 2. CAROL LICHNER Carol . . . quiet but friendly . . . serious stu¬ dent . . . enjoys music . . . secretarial plans. Band 1,2,3; Band Li¬ brarian 2,3; Comet Business 2; Comet Typing 3; En¬ semble 3; F.H.A. 1; Glee Club2,3; Honor Society 1,2, 3. VERONICA LILLY Jeannie . . . quiet but friendly . . . enjoys dancing and singing. . . future sec¬ retary. F.H.A.1,2,3; Knitting Club 2; Library Club 3. SAMUEL LOCICERO Sammy . . . dark, wavy hair . . . happy-go-lucky general student . . . proud Ford owner ... enjoys hunting . . . three-year track man ... plans to enter State Police Acad¬ emy. Blue and White Editorial 1,2; Editor 3; Track 1,2,3. J. PHILIP MARTH Phil. . . frolicsome, fun- loving student . . . efficient baseball and football mana¬ ger ... a witty jokester . . . does not fancy school. . . . service plans. Baseball Manager 1,2,3; Football Manager 1,2,3. 42 SENIORS DARRELL MENGEL Darrell. . . loves photog¬ raphy . . .interested in chemistry . . . friendly personality . . .future undecided. Photography Club 1,2,3. JOSEPH MEROLA Joe . . . good student . . . dependable ... popular . . . outstanding miler and foot¬ ball lineman . . . member of FOB . . . college plans. Basketball J.V. 1; Co¬ captain 1; Class President 1,2; District Chorus 2; Dra¬ matic Club 1,3; Ensemble 2, 3; Football J.V. 1; Varsity 2, 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Honor Society 1,3; Prom Commit¬ tee 2; Senior Play Commit¬ tee 2,3;Student Council 1,2, 3; President 3; Vice Presi¬ dent 2; Track 1,2,3; Captain 3. MARYANN METZ Maryann . . . humorous . . . commercial student . . . peppy cheerleader . . .en¬ joys swimming . . . future secretary. Cheerleader J.V. 2; Var¬ sity 3; Comet Typing 3; Girls ' Athletics Club 1,2, 3; Student Council 3. MARLENE MILLER Marlene . . .cheerful commercial s tudent . . . laugh all her own . . .en¬ joys sports , singing, and dancing . . .dependable . . . future undecided. Dramatic Club 1,3; Girls ' Intramurals 1,2,3. EDWARD MESSENLEHNER Ed . . . tall, dark haired, college prep student . . . mischievous . . . hot rod enthusiast . . . plays hot cornet . . . college plans. Band 1,2,3; District Chorus 2,3; Dramatic Club 1,3; Ensemble 2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Class Play 3. GLORIA MITMAN Gloria. . . sociable college prep student. . .in¬ terested in sports . . . loves to drive. . . future teacher. Athletics 2; Dramatic Club 2,3; First Aid Club 1; F.T.A. 1; Girls ' Intramurals 2,3 JANET METZ Janet . . . affable com¬ mercial student . . . ready smile . . . enjoys swimming and music . . . business college in the future. Blue and White Editorial 1; Comet Typist 3; Craft Club 2; F.H.A. 2; 50 Plus Club 3; Glee Club 2,3; Maga¬ zine Campaign Ass ' t. Man¬ ager 2,3; Home and Hobby Club 2; Photography Club 1. . % t KATHLEEN MITMAN Kathy. . cheerful com¬ mercial student ... co - operative . . .enjoys swimming and music . . . future secretary. Band 1,2,3; Blue and White Editorial 2; Comet Business 2; Comet Typist 3; Ensemble 2,3; First Aid Club 1; Glee Club 2,3; Honor Society 1,2,3. 43 SENIORS KAREN MONPRODE Chubs . . . never a dull moment. . . avid baby sitter . . . enjoys dancing and horseback riding . . . out¬ standing soprano voice . . addicted to the say mg, ”Don’tknow,I give up” . . . future music teacher. District Chorus 3; Dra¬ matic Club 1,3; Ensemble 2,3; Girl ' s Ensemble 2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Prom Com¬ mittee 2; Senior Play 3. RAYMOND MYERS Ray . . . a lot of fun . . . friendly . . . good hunter . . . enjoys tinkering with cars. Ham Radio Club 1; Science Fair Projects 1; Chess Club 3; Home and Hobby 3. FREDERICK NOLF Frederick . . .better known as Freddie . . . quiet, but fun-loving . . . negative to school . . . ardent Phillies ' fan . . . future un¬ decided. Baseball Varsity 2,3; Bas¬ ketball J.V. 1; Basketball Manager 2,3; Stage Craft Club 2,3; Reading Club. RONALD NOLF Ronnie . . . reserved but friendly. . .hobbies in¬ clude model trains and collecting pennies . . . likes softball and swimming . . . college plans. Band 1,2,3; College Board Review 3; Glee Club 2. MARY OLSON Mary . . . cute kid . . . enjoys a good joke . . . neat dresser ... a friend in deed . . . future beautician. Athletics 1,2,3; F.H.A. 2; First Aid Club 2. RUTH ANN PAFF Ruthie . . . lots of fun . . .talkative . . . nice personality . . . fond of dancing and collecting rec¬ ords . . . future secretary. Athletics 1,2,3; First Aid Club 1,2,3. SANDRA PEPPELL Sandy. . . fun-loving college prep student . . . blushes easily . . . enjoys tennis and horseback riding . . . plans a home econom¬ ics career. Comet Editorial 3; F.H.A. 1,2;F.T.A. 1; Honor Society 1,2,3; Prom Committe e 2. RONALD PRITCHARD Ron, . . mischievous . . .commercial student . . . tinkers with cars . . . enjoys f ootball . . . Air Force plans. Football J.V. 1; Varsity 2. 44 SENIORS VERONICA PRITCHARD Ronnie ... happy-go- lucky . . . gifted pianist . . . very loquacious . . . known for sleepless " PJ " parties . . . willing worker . . . future undecided. Dramatic Club 1,3; En¬ semble 2,3; Girls’ Ensemble 2,3; F.T.A. 2; Glee Club 1,2, 3; Mathematics Club 3; Prom Committee 2; Senior Play 3; Senior Class Play Commit¬ tee. GRATTISON QUINTER Grat . . . full of fun, friendly, popular . . . favorite pastimes are danc¬ ing, swimming, car enthus¬ iast . . . future Navy plans. Chess Club 2,3; Prom Committee 2; Student Coun- cil 2,3; Track 3; Wrestling 2, 3. ANGELO RAMPULLA John. . . tall, wears dark glasses . . . good natured . . . six-year band member . . . plans to enter the busi¬ ness world. Band 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2, 3; Mixed Ensemble 3. ANTHONY RAMUNNI Tony. . .dark-eyed chess enthusiast . . .happiest when mischievous . . . talka¬ tive, member of our news¬ paper staff . . . interested in guns. Blue and White Editorial 3; Chess Club 2; Home and Hobby Club 1. SENIORS CAROLYN RENNER Carolyn. . .talkative. . . good sense of humor . . . not so fond of school . . . plans to be a beautician. Athletics 2,3; First Aid Club 1,2. RICHARD REPSHER Dick . . . quiet and re¬ served . . . pleasant . . . enjoys fishing . . . future Armed Forces man. Blue and White Business 2,3; Comet Business 3. RICHARD RHOADES Dick . . . fun - loving college prep student . . . sociable . . . tall basketball player . . . mischievous . . . member of FOB . . . plans to enter college. Arts and Craus Club 2; Basketball J.V. 1; Varsity 2; 3; Football J.V. 1; Varsity 2; Chess Club 1; Photography Club 1; Projectionist Club 1; Prom Committee 2; Sportsman ' s Club 3; Student Council 1,3; Track 1,2,3. JACQUELINE RINKER Jackie . . . tall girl . . . neat dresser, but most com¬ fortable in Bermudas . . . sociable . . . enjoys sports and dancing . . . future secretary. Comet Business 3; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Photography Club 1; Prom Committee 2; Senior Class Play Committee 3. LINDA RINKER Linda . . . cordial . . . industrious college prep student . . . always willing to help . . . future medical technician. Comet Editorial 3; Dra¬ matic Club 1; Ensemble 2,3; Girls ' Ensemble 2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Honor Society 1, 2,3; Vice President 3; Mathematics Club 3; Prom Committee 2; Science Fair Project 1; Senior Class Play Committee 3. ADRIENNE RISSMILLER Adrienne ... an attrac - tive college prep student . . . congenial disposition . . . flirtatious eyebrow . . . loquacious . . .dramatic enthusiast . . . plans to enter college. Comet Editorial 3; Dra¬ matic Club 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Honor Society 1; Girls ' Ensemble 2,3; Li¬ brary Club 3; Prom Com¬ mittee 2; Science Fair Pro¬ ject 1; Student Council 1,2. PATRICIA RICHARDS Pat . . . lovely commer¬ cial student . . . good per¬ sonality . . . enjoys dancing and sports. . .future secre¬ tary. Athletics 1,2; Comet Busi¬ ness 3; F.H.A. 2,3; Glee Club 2,3; Prom Committee 2: Vollevball 1,2. MYRA RISSMILLER Myra. . . quiet but friend¬ ly commercial student . . . enjoys swimming and ice skating . . . future secre - tary. Dramatic Club 1,2,3; Girls ' Ensemble 2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Mixed Ensemble 3. SENIORS GLORIA RIZZA Oyster . . . sociable, talk¬ ative girl. . . frequently ab¬ sent from school ... possesses a giggle all her own . . . future beautician or art career. Athletics 1,2,3; Band Ma¬ jorette 1,2,3; Cheerleader J.V. 2; Prom Committee 2. GAIL ROTH Gail. . . friendly . . . in¬ terested in horseback riding and sports . . . likes to read . . . future undecided. Arts Crafts Club 2; Ath¬ letic Club 1; Blue and White Business 3; StageCraft Club 1,2,3. GERALD ROTH Jerry ... on the quiet side until you get to know him . . . business student . . . enjoys roller skating . . . future undecided. Blue and White Business 3; Chess Club 1; Reading Club 1. RONEE ROTH Ronee. . . affable com¬ mercial student . . . known for her red hair . . . enjoys music . . . sports fan . . . future secretary. Band 1,2,3; Librarian 2,3; Secretary 3; Blue and White Editorial 1,2,3; Co-editor 2,3; First Aid Club 1, Girls’ Glee Club 2; Mixed Glee Club 3. JUDY SABO Judy. . . affable business student . . . quiet most of the time. . . enjoys dancing and basketball . . . future beautician or service plans. Athletic Club 1,2,3; F.H. A. 1,3; First Aid Club 1; Gl°eClubl; T ibrary Club 3. SHIRLEY SAEGER Shirley. . . quiet general student . . . enjoys bowling . . . future clerk. Arts and Crafts Club 2; Blue and White Business 1,2, 3; Stagecraft Club 1,2,3. RICHARD SAKASITZ Socky . . . considers school an unnecessary evil . . . pestiferous . . . likes sports. . . future undecided. Chess Club 1, Reading Club 1. LARUE SANDT Lu Lu . . . high stepping majorette . . . ever ready smile . . . full-of-fun . . . pi e as ant personality . . . future elementary teacher. Dramatic Club 1,2,3; Girls ' Ensemble 2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Majorette 1,2,3; Mixed Ensemble 3; Prom Committee 2; Student Coun¬ cil 1,3; Senior Play 3. 47 SENIORS WILLIAM SANDT Bill. . . tall practical art student . . . enjoys hunting . . . avid basketball fan . . . future undecided. Basketball J.V. 1,2; Var¬ sity 3; Chess Club 1; Base¬ ball Varsity 1; Football J.V. 1; Photography Club 2; Read¬ ing Club 1. ROBERT SAWYER Bob . . . hard -working honor student . . . trom - bonist in band . . . tennis his favorite sport . . . ardent eater . . . member of FOB . . .future engineer. Band 1,2,3; Treasurer 3; Class President 3; Ham Radio Club 1, 2 ,3; Honor Society 1,2,3; President 3; Mathematics Club 3; Prom Committee 2; Senior Class Play 3; Stagecraft Club 1,2, 3; President 3; Student Coun¬ cil 2,3; Vice President 3; Tennis 1,2,3. WILLIAM SCHAADT Bill. . . tall, dark student . . . quiet . . . ardent hot rod fan . . . interests lie in improving his Chevy con¬ vertible. MIRIAM SCHAEFER Miriam . .. quiet and con scientious student . . . en¬ joys dan c ing , skating and sports . . . pleasant smile . . . future secretary. Athletics 1; F.H.A. 1; 50 Plus Club 3; Knitting Club 2; Library Club 2,3. MAGAZINE CAMPAIGN SEATED: Laura KLotz, Betty Van Horn, Judy Shook, Joanne Faust, Joanne Bartron, Mrs. Bleiler. STANDING: Janet Metz, Sandra Unger, Frances Wyjhoskie, Diane Eberts, Barbara Yeisley. 48 SENIORS SANDRA SCHAFFER Sandy. . .cute and slender . . . high stepping majorette . . . friendly . . . neat dresser . . . sports fan. Athletic Club 1,2; Band Majorette 2,3; Glee Club 1; Prom Committee 2. CAROLINE SCHNAKL Caroline . . . short, easy¬ going secretarial student . . . enjoys popular music . . . future secretary. 50 Plus Club 3. GEORGE SCOTT Scottie. . . cheerful busi¬ ness student . . . friendly . . . fun-loving . . . enjoys outdoor sports, especially hunting and horseback riding . . . farming plans. Chess Club 1,2,3; Photog¬ raphy Club 3. BARBARA SEIP Barb . . . tall, blond, and shapely . . . commercial student . . . six year ma¬ jorette . . . sports fan . . . future dance instructor. Band Majorette 1,2,3; Head majorette 2, 3; Girls Athletics 1,2,3; Glee Club 2, 3; Prom Committee 2. EARL SEIP Earl . . . commercial student . . . mischievous prankster . . . deligh ts in tinkering with cars . . . not par ticularly fond of school. . . future undecided. JUDITH SHANKWEILER Judy . . . vivacious little bombshell . . . peppy ma¬ jorette . . . anything and everything in the sports world . . . future physical therapist. Why does she love football ? Athletics 1,2,3; Band Majorette 1,2,3; Class Sec¬ retary 1; Comet Co-editor 3; Comet Layout 1,2,3; En¬ semble 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Honor Society 1; Prom Committee 2; Senior Play 3. ANN SHEKLETSKI Ann . . . dependable hard working college prep stu¬ dent . . . interested in art and -sic . . . future in commercial art. Comet Art 3; Layout 1; District Chorus 2,3; En¬ semble 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Honor Society 1,2,3; Prom Committee 2. ANITA SHOEMAKER Anita. . . loquacious . . . pretty da rk hair . . . full of fun . . . pleasing personal¬ ity .. . Future nurse. Magazine Campaign Ass ' t. Manager 2; Prom Com¬ mittee 2. SENIORS JUDY SHOOK Judy . . . known for her curly, red locks . . . hard¬ working secretarial student . . . attractive dresser . . . plans a commercial career. Girls’ Glee Club 2,3; Glee Club 2,3; Library Club 3; Prom Committee 2. KENNETH SHOOK Kenny . . . friendly college prep student. . . easy to get along with . . . member of FOB . . . forestry plans. Basketball J.V. 1; Football J.V. 1; Varsity 2,3; Ham Radio Club 1,3; Prom Com¬ mittee 2; Science Fair Pro¬ ject 1,2; Stage Craft Club 3; Student Council 1,3; Track 2 DOROTHY SILFIES Dotty. . . very loquacious . . . serious at times . . . always ready to lend a help¬ ing hand . . . N.H.S. ' Band bass drummer . . . nursing plans. Band 1,2,3; Comet Edi¬ torial 2,3; Dramatic Club 1; First Aid Club 1; Girls ' Ensemble 3, Glee Club 2,3; Mixed Ensemble 3; Oratori¬ cal Contest 1,2,3; Prom Committee 2. LARRY SLUTTER Larry . . . friendly busi¬ ness student . . . enjoys working on stock cars . . . plans to join the Air Force. Band 1,2. MARLENE SMITH Marlene . . . quiet am reserved commercial stu dent. . . spends her spare time ice skating and dancinj . . . future undecided. Home and Hobby 2; F.H A. 1,2,3. MICHAEL SMOLENAK Mickey . . . short, mis¬ chievous . business student . . . works on stock cars . . . sports fan . . . Navy plans. Blue and White 1,2; Asso¬ ciate Editor 2; Drawing and Painting Club 3; Football Manager 1,2; Track 1. DAVID SLOYER David ... short . . . friendly . . . not too fond of school . . . his hobbies include hunting and tinker¬ ing with cars. Chess Club 1,2. CAROLE SNYDER Carole . . . good natured college prep student . . . friendly ... lots of fun . . . loves sports,es¬ pecially swimming and skating . . . future nurse. Chess Club 1; Comet Business 2,3; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Knitting Club 1. 50 SENIORS DELORES SNYDER Delores . . . loquacious commercial s tudent . . . enjoys bowling . . . not particularly fond of school . . . future undecided. Chess Club 1; Knitting Club 1. MARION SNYDER Marion . . . quiet busi¬ ness student . . . enjoys swimming and dancing . . . future secretary. F.H.A. 1,3; Home and Hobby Club 1. THOMAS SNYDER Tom. . . newest member of our Senior class . . . friendly college preparatory student . . . enjoys cars, school . . . happiest when out-of-doors . . . plans to enter college. Comet Editorial; 3 Senior Play 3. DAVID SOLT Weasel . . . not addicted to school . . . hobbies are cars, cars, cars and more cars . . . future goal; to drive a stock car . . . plans to be a mechanic. JOAN SOLT Joan ... a cute, high- stepping majorette with a pretty smile . . .favors snappy clothes . . . talka¬ tive, ardent sports fan . . . good dancer ... future beautician. Band Majorette 2,3; Girls ' Athletic Club 1,2,3; Glee Club 2; Prom Committee 2: Student Council 2. PATRICIA SPANGENBERG Pat . . . willing worker . . . animal lover . . . hobbies include swimming and skating . . . future sec¬ retary. Band 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2,3; 50 Plus Club 3. CAROL ANN STAATS Carol Ann. . . good sense of humor . . . neat dresser . . . peppy cheerleader . . . quite loquacious. Cheerleader J.V. 2; Var¬ sity 3; Chess Club 1; Girls ' Athletics 3; Girls ' Glee Club 2,3; Prom Committee 2; Student Council 2. LAWRENCE STEIGERWALT Larry . . . friendly but mischievous . . . sports fan . . . enjoys hot-rodding . . . future Navy plans. Stagecraft Club 2,3; Wrestling 1,2. 5 SENIORS CAROLYN STOFFLET Corky ... well-liked... college prep student...avid gum chewer...stock car fan ...future nurse Cheerleader J. V. 1; Dramatic Club 2;F.T.A. 2; Girls ' Athletics 2, 3; Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3; Prom Com¬ mittee 2 CHESTER STOUT Chet...affable college prep student...an active Ex¬ plorer Scout...loves work... good in math...future navy plans Chess Club 1, 2, 3; Radio Club 3; Science Fair Projects 1 DONALD SYSKO Sysko ... cordial... college prep student... enjoys bas eball...future undecided Chess Club 1, 2; Prom Committee 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Senior Class Play 3 SUSAN TANHAUSER Susie ... cute, peppy commercial student ... excellent singing voice... enjoys sports and dancing... future secretary Comet Typing 3; District Chorus 2, 3; En¬ semble 2, 3; Girls ' En¬ semble 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 LAWRENCE TASHNER L a r r y...doesn ' t par¬ ticularly like school... mischievous student... plays accordion...future teacher Crafts Club 2; Ham Radio Club 1 EDWARD TEMOS Ed...s e r iou s, hard¬ working college prep student...amicable person- ality...always cheerful... future engineering plans Football Varsity 2, 3; J. V. 1; Ham Radio Club 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 2, 3; Stagecraft Club 1, 2: Wrestling 1 SYBIL THOMPSON Sybil...a ttractive.. neat dresser...intelligent... possesses a keen person¬ ality... active in school af¬ fairs...plans to be a nurse CARL TOTH Carl... extr em ely music-minded student... quiet ... fond of German... happiest when playing the organ 3; Comet Editorial 3; Glee Club 1, 2, Girls ' Ensemble 2, 3; Glee Science Fair Project 1 Club 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 1; Mixed Ensemble 2, 3; Prom Committee 2; Senior Play 3; Science Fair Project 1; Dramatic Club 1 ♦ 52 SENIORS Stanley Fehr exhibits results of hunting foray. ELIZABETH TOTH Liz...small but lively... Yankee fan...peppy major¬ ette...enjoys sports...future beautician Athletic Club 2,3; Band Majorette 1,2,3; Dramatic Club 2,3; Prom Committee 2 GLORIA TRANSUE Gloria...w e 11 groomed ...cheerful...good sense of humor., .future beautician F. H. A. 1; Knitting Club 1 CAROLE UNANGST C a r o 1 e ...perky com- merical student ...cute... noted for her vivid person¬ ality and lively disposition ...enjoys swimming, typing, and cooking...future secre¬ tary Blue and White Editorial 1,2; Blue and White Typist 3; 50 Plus Club 3; First Aid Club 1; Honor Society 2,3 SANDRA UNGER Sandy...tall vivacious b 1 o nd ...dependable, com¬ mercial s t ud e nt ...fond of sports...future secretary F. H. A. 1,2,3; Girls ' Athletics 1,2,3; Magazine Campaign Assistant Mana¬ ger 1,2; Manager 3; Library Club 2,3; Senior Play As¬ sistant Director 3 j I 53 SENIORS ELIZABETH VAN HORN Betty . . .cute secre¬ tarial student . . . enjoys ice skating, swimming and dancing . . . excellent typist. . .future secretary. Comet Typing 3; F.H.A. 1,2; 50 Plus Club 3; Girls ' Athletics 1 , 2,3 ; Honor Society 2,3; Library Club 3; Magazine Campaign Ass’t. Manager 2,3. NANCY VITI Nancy . . .friendly . . . dark-haired, commercial student . . . enjoys swim¬ ming and ice skating . . . future oral hygienist. Blue and White Co-editor 2; Dramatic Club 1, F.H.A. 2,3. CAROL VOGEL Carol . . . fun-loving but industrious . . . possesses odd laugh . . . music lover . . . future music teacher or office worker. Band 1,2,3; Girls’ Intra¬ murals 1,2,3; Prom Com¬ mittee 2; Science Fair Pro¬ ject 3. KARMEN WEAVER Karmen . . . happy-go- lucky . . . easy to get along with . . . always willing to lend a helping hand . . . abig tease ... future teacher. Blue and White Editorial 1; Editor 3; Co-editor 2; Class Historian 3; Dramatic Club 1,3; Prom Committee 2; Senior PlayStudent Director 3. JOHN WELK John . . . quiet business student. . . tall . . . enjoys swimming . . . all-around sports fan . . . future unde¬ cided. Drawing and Painting Club 3; Photography Club 1,2,3. WILLIAM WELK Bill . . . likes to water ski, ice skate and go fishing . . . can often be found working on his car . . . fond of chemistry . . . plans to own a service station or enter the Armed Forces. Photography Club 2,3. ' BARRY WELTY Barry . . . tall,curly- haired student . . . not addicted to school . . . happiest when hunting and playing the organ. Chess Club 1, Projection¬ ist Club 1,2,3. GARY WERKHEISER Gary . . . lots of fun when you know him . . . sports fan . . . enjoys hunting, model trains, and planes . . . plans to enter the service. Football J.V. 1; Photog¬ raphy Club 1. 54 SENIORS DAVID WERNER Dave . . . tall academic student. . . amiable . . . in¬ terested in photography . . . fond of math . . . future photographer. Color guard 2; Math Club 3; Projectionist Club 1 ,2; Stage Craft Club 1. MARGARET WUKOVITZ Margie ... sociable, commercial student. . . studious . . . cheerful . . . lots of fun . . . enjoys danc¬ ing, swimming and photog¬ raphy . . .future secretary. Glee Club 2,3. FRANCES WYJHOSKIE Cookie . . . cordial . . . always well-groomed . . . loads of fun ...loves swimming and football games ... future unde¬ cided. F.H.A. 1,2,3; Library Club 2,3; Magazine Cam¬ paign Ass ' t. Manager 2. DOREEN YEAKEL Doreen . . . cute com¬ mercial student . . . six- year band member . . . en¬ joys dancing . . . active Girl Scout . . . three-year high as saleswoman in Magazine Campaign . . . future sec¬ retary. Band 1,2,3; Blue and White Business 1,2; Typing 3; F.H. A. 1,2; Glee Club 2; Mixed Ensemble 3. BARBARA YEISLEY Bobbie . . . affable . . . neat dresser . . . naturally wavy hair. . . enjoys swim¬ ming and tennis . . . wet hay ride!! ! f u tur e elementary teaching plans. F.H.A. 1; F.T.A. 2; Glee Club 2,3; Magazine Cam¬ paign Circulation Manager 2,3; Prom Committee 2. Mrs. Tintera administering the hearing test. She graduated from Abington Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. She also holds a B.S. in education from Kutztown State Teachers College. 55 JUNIOR CLASS SEATED: Judith Willimet, Thomas Smith, Richard Rundle; STANDING: Valeria Happel, Mr. Reichard, advisor. Junior Class Officers President . . . Vice-President Secretary . . Treasurer . . Adviser .... . . . Thomas Smith . . Richard Rundle . . Judith Willimet . . Valeria Happel Mr. Robert Reichard The Junior Class consists of 212 students with 114 girls and 98 boys. The main task of the Junior Class is the Prom which is held in May. Many of the juniors are members of the Varsity Football Squad and the basketball team. Edythe Browne busily painting Christmas designs on the windows at Gracedale County Home. Students cheering at the pep rally held the night before our ’’big game” with Wilson. 56 JUNIORS FIRST ROW; Gloria Berger, Evelyn Baltz, Constance Brong, Patricia Boyle, Eileen Buss, Nancy Bickart, Sharon Bleam, Harriet Arndt. SECOND ROW; Joan Antoine, Rebecca Bartholomew, Lois Butz, Janet Banny, Margaret Creamer, Nancy Albright, Joanne Bartron. THIRD ROW; Larrie Conners, Harold Bauer, Delbert Cressman, William Allen, William Crouse, Kenneth Butz, Ernest Lee Bartholomew, Rodney Applegate, Robert Bauer. FIRST ROW; Marie Dilcherd, Betty Flick, Barbara Eberly, Palminia Ferretti, Myrna Easton, Diane Eberts. SECOND ROW; Daniel Engler, Carol Fehnel, Kathryn Fehr, Joanne Faust, Brooks Doyle. THIRD ROW; Dennis Fox, Ralph Dorshimer, James Drissel, Donald Frace. 57 JUNIOR CLASS FIRST ROW: Emma Frey, Linda Gabert, Valeria Happel, Janet Heckman, Margaret Hendershot, Bernadine Gensits, Carol Heller, Kay Fuls, Joanne Frey, Roseanne Frankel; SECOND ROW: Jerry Halstead, John Groner, Glenn Gold, Dale Hendershot, Elmo Frey, Earl George, Richard Hardy, Russel Gordon, Barry Hawk, Walter Fry, John Hedgecock; THIRD ROW: Joseph Guiffre, Ronald Garger, John Hearn, Ronald Gold, Larry Hawk, Franklin Houser, William Fry, Earl Frantz. ■ j ' ■ ' ' $ »- fat , ‘ fr - fOfl Hi hR£9e9MHIE 1 c FIRST ROW: Mary Rose Laurito, Beverly Lewis, Barbara Huhn, Joan Hunter, Miriam Kessler, Rose¬ marie Mazzie, Carol Lemminger, Sandra Jones, Carol Kametler; SECOND ROW: Hope Kleppinger, MaryKresge, Constance Lahr, Marilyn Kressley, Carolyn Kostenbader, Janice Kostenbader, Patricia Kindred, Barbara Klotz; THIRD ROW: David Kemmerer, David Kratzer, Frederick Keim, Thomas Lopresti, Ronald Lutz, Barry Kresge, Donald Kline, Milton Kelchner, Jeffery Marsh, Martin Manning, Raymond Mackes. 58 JUNIOR CLASS FIRST ROW: Brenda Reiter, Mary Powell, Ellen Peters, Elaine Peters, Sharon Metz, Nancy Noversel, Roseanne Noversel, Nancy Magditch, Carolyn Nagle, Eleanor Paulus, Edythe Browne; SECOND ROW: Frank Narracci, Elsie McGrath, Nancy Metzgar, Stephanie Mitch, Linda Mertz, Frances Miksch, Patricia Potope, Carol Jackson, Janice Rader, Stewart Noble; THIRD ROW: Ronald Moyer, Thomas Reber, GrantMcNear, Edward Mondschein, Richard Muschlitz, Dale Mengel, Stephen Mitch, Frederick Ressler, Robert Meixell, Barry Rennie, Merritt McGrath, Walter Miller. FIRST ROW: Judith Smith, Diane Snyder, Beverly Schleicher, Karen Roth, Maryann Smith, Sharon Sandt, Wilma Schaadt, Diane Schlegel, Bonnie Schutt; SECOND ROW: James Riefenstahl, Sherwood Roth, Robert Scobo, Gloria Slutter, Sandra Smoyer, Richard Seaton, Robert Roth; THIRD ROW: Harvey Romanishan, Thomas Smith, David Siebler, Douglas Reynolds, Richard Rundle, William Shook, Lynn Rothrock, Charles Spohn, LeRoy Spence, Daniel Schmoyer, Gordon Ruhf. 59 JUNIOR CLASS FIRST ROW: Patricia Zimitz, Joann Tanhauser, Patricia Stevenson, Ruth Young, Jeanne Stofflet, Barbara Wallace, Emma Stetler, Alice Weist, Patricia Thomas; SECOND ROW: Eleanora Strobl, Cassandra Strobl, Sandra Wolfe, Marion Van Horn, Judy Willimet, June Thomas, Mary Topping, Craig Seigfried; THIRD ROW: Richard Wagner, Robert Yost, Warren Weist, Judy Wiggins, Edward Werner, Robert Tavianini, Ronald Teal, Charles Wunderly, Ralph Yob, Patricia Weinhofer, Robert Washko, Albert Toth. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: SEATED; Carol Yeisley, Paul Elkins, Warren Snyder; STANDING: Lois Miller, Mrs. Bleiler, Adviser, Mary Louise Seyfried. 60 SOPHOMORE CLASS Nazareth scores and the crowd goes wild The Nazareth Band prepares for its competition in the Lions ' Club parade at New York City. FIRST ROW: Dolores Burritsch, Trudie Ackerman, Eva Boyer, Joy Benfield, Kathleen Billheimer, Peggy Betz, Dianne Barth, Dolbres Bleam; SECOND ROW: Ernest Buller, Robert Clift, Sandra Butz, Julianne Csernak, Kay Bensing, Joseph Betz, Delbert Buss; THIRD ROW: Henry Bickert, William Bendl, Rudolph Amberger, Edward Buss, Frederick Braun, Stanley Breidinger, Richard Buss, Dale Audenreid, Thomas Bartholomew, Curtis Anthony, Dennis Bartholomew. 6 ] SOPHOMORE CLASS FIRST ROW: Janet Eckart, Carolyn Fehr, Shirley Getz, Lucille Gordon, Carole Fehr, Ann Dulac, Irene Gostony; SECOND ROW: Joanne Golla, Sandra Feller, Marilyn Gulick, Evelyn Gove, Renea Ginder, Anna Ferraro; THIRD ROW: Rollin Fluck, Paul Elkins, Albino Giotto, Robert Freeman, Brenda Gehman, Susan Cvammen, Francis Donnelly, Robert Ferretti, Bruce Frace, Thomas Fehnel. FIRST ROW: Anne Kostenbader, Helen Haberle, Sally Koch, Carol Houser, Meredith Johnson, Renee Koehler, Nancy Jurasits; SECOND ROW: John Kressley, Faith Houser, Sharon Kotulka, Jane Hahn, Dorothy Kin g, Jonathon Kennedy; THIRD ROW: Barry Kershner, Ronald Kuhns, Judith Hahn, Jeffery Hahn, George Jones, James Himler, Catherine Hunt, Linda Honser, Ernest Krock, Robert Hahn. SOPHOMORE CLASS FIRST ROW: Arlene Mabus, Virginia Ott, Elizabeth O ' Sullivan, Joyce Muschlitz, Patricia Laudenbach, JoAnne Lerch, Gale Moyer, Nancy Letson, Sandra Michael, Lois Miller; SECOND ROW: Raymond Oswald, Stanley Metz, Linda Morris, Doris Meixsell, Elizabeth Lutz, Judith Noecker, Carol Miller, Orville Mack, Joseph LoCicero; THIRD ROW: Ellis Plowman, Donald Miller, Dennis Olenwine, Robert Miklas, William Neigh, Francis Macy, Daniel Nagy, Charles Peischl, John Masters, James Muschlitz, Robert Petfers, Allen Miklas. FIRST ROW: Mary Louise Seyfried, Gail Pritchard, Dorothea Smith, Carolann Sakasitz, Carolyn Sakasitz, Winifred Siegfried, Pearl Snyder, Marie Smith; SECOND ROW: Brian Roth, Catherine Smith, JudithSamler, NancyShoeneberger, Mary Richards, Joanne Reppert, Frederick Recker; THIRD ROW: Dale Sandt, Ronald Snyder, Thomas Seaton, Ronald Mahorsky, David Schultz, Barry Smith, Barry Rinker, Granville Smith, Harold Siegel. 63 SOPHOMORE CLASS FIRST ROW: IleneSuter, Mary Transue, Sandra Walter, Leona Thomas, Carol Wentzell, Bonnie Wolfe, Toma Walters, Cecilia Wilson; SECOND ROW: David Teada, Richard Weiss, Sharon Stofflet, Carol Yeisley, Helen Wentzell, Susan Starner, Nicholas Viglione; THIRD ROW: Franklyn Thompson, Wilbur von Steuben, William Stocklas, Lawrence Murphy, Warren Snyder, Eugene Zurowski, Kenneth Stimmel, Samuel Werkheiser, Neal Sprague, William Sterner. As Johnny Gruver inspects their costumes, Lois Butz, Sandra Unger, Judy Shankweiler, Betty Van Horn, Joan Antoine, Diane Snyder, and Alice Achenbach wait to model their outfits from different eras. 64 ‘MONEY MAD” Bruce Burley Carol Getz Veronica Pritchard Edward Messenlehner Robert Sawyer Adrienne Rissmiller Sybil Thompson Karmen Weaver Mr. Harding Cast Cast Edgar Blakley , Cora Blakley Janet Blakley Babs Blakley Larry Holson Maude Holson Keith Holson Ricky Holson Effie Fuggle . Maggie Murphy Edward Messenlehner . . . Sybil Thompson . Adrienne Rissmiller .Carol Getz .Gratt Quinter .Laura Klotz . . . . Robert Sawyer . . . . Bruce Burley . Veronica Pritchard . . . Karen Monprode Mr. Grant . . Tony Smellero Jimmy Collins Eddie Brock . Bob Turner . Gloria Horton Alma Gilmore Dotty Rizan . Dick. . Thomas Snyder . . . Earl Daney . . Drew Arndt Donald Sysko . . Robert Fehr Judy Shankweiler . . LaRue Sandt . . . Judy Jones Richard Rhoades The Senior Class Play, " Money Mad”, a three-act comedy directed by Robert A. Harding, was presented on November 20 and 21 . The play takes place in the Blakley home. It concerns Edgar Blakley ' s money-making schemes and their consequences to his and his neighbor ' s family. Babs, Effie, and Cora look on as Maude comes charging in to find out what is wrong with Ricky. A FINANCIAL SUCCESS Mr. Grant hands his business card to Mr. Hobson. Bab ' s friends, Alma, Dotty, Gloria, Bob, Eddie, Dick, and Jimmy practice for part in school stunt-night. Janet and Keith scramble for college catalog as Janet ' s father comes storming in. Tony Smellero quarrels with Mr. Blakley over a business transaction. The family feud between the Blakleys and the Hobsons ex¬ tends even to the maids. . 4 L . - . k 67 - - THE BAND DISPLAYS Aik Nazareth High is proud of its championship marching band. For two consecutive years it took first place honors in the annual Veterans Day Parade of Northampton County. Last summer the band traveled to New York to participate in the International Lions Parade where it took sixth place. The band is a very busy organization all through the year. Each morning during football season you can see the band hard at work on the field getting ready for Saturday’s game. After football season is completed, the band works diligently for Spring Concert. ITS MARCHING ABILITY K — r • . s Head Majorette Barbara Seip WE WHO SERVE THE BAND MAJORETTES: Kneeling; Carol Houser, Barbara Seip, Head Majorette; Judy Jones. Standing; Larue Sanot, JoanSolt, Sandra Schaffer, Patricia Weinhofer, Judy Shankweiler, Joan Antoine, Kathleen Hagenbuch, Elizabeth Toth, Nancy Albright, Mary Jane Altemose, Alice Achenbach, Bernadine Gensits, Gloria Rizza. Mr.Augustine C.Weinhofer CORNETS AND TRUMPETS Rodney Applegate Jan Betz Richard Burley Franklin Buss Dominic Condonitti Thomas Fehnel Robert Fehr Harry Graack John Hedgecock Edward Messenlehner Chris Miller Barry Nottle Gregory Ruth James Schleicher Barry Smith Ronald Snyder Albert Roth David Yeager TROMBONES Ralph Dorshimer Thomas Fehr Dale Lindemoyer Louis Marth Sharon Sandt Robert Sawyer James Schultz Arthur Spangenberg CLARINETS David Altemose Kathryn Fehr Sandra Geake Sandra Hagley Valeria Kunkle Carol Lichner Phyllis Lindemoyer Raymond Mackes Sally McGonigle Ronald Meixell Carol Miller Janice Miller Kathleen Mitman Constance Olson Charles Peischl James Roth Ronee Roth Carol Ruth Patricia Spangenberg Anna Stettler Sharon Stofflet Ruth Ann Young Valeria Happel Barbara Kurtz Raymond Oswald FLUTES AND PICCOLOS Janet Kern Constance Lahr Janie Leh Paul Siegfried Patricia Stevenson Doreen Yeakel PERCUSSION Bruce Applegate Francis Donelly Glenn Fehr Aaron Grim Barry Rissmiller Dorothy Silfies Carol Vogel GLOCKENSPIELS Nancy Metzgar Sharon Stewart ALTO SAXOPHONES Larry Bittner Joseph Condomitti Delbert Cressman Ronald Kuhns Dennis Olenwine Angeld Rampulla BARITONE SAXOPHONES Robert Bauer Craig Harding Barry Kershner BARITONE HORNS Rudolph Amberger Leonard Kunkle Ronald Nolf ALTO HORNS Lawrence Murphy Janice Rader BASS CLARINET John Christman OBOE Dale Audenreid TUBA David Shultz SEATED: Sandra Geake, Ronee Roth, Carol Lichner, STANDING: Robert Sawyer, Edward Messenlehner, Robert Fehr 70 A NIGHT TO REMEMBER Busy Seniors working hard converting our gym into an " Oriental Fantasy. " Between dances, couples have a chance to look at the decorations. Happy couples enjoy punch, cookies, and sandwiches during intermission. The Prom committee chairmen include: Judy Shankweiler, Bruce Burley, Sybil Thompson, Judy Jones, Dale Kratz, Patricia Stimmel. LOS ' : IN AN Couples are extended greetings by the receiving line composed of members of the Student Council School Administration, School Board and Teachers. Ann Leopold was chosen by members of the Junior Class to reign as Queen of this Oriental Fantasy. ORIENTAL FANTASY Her Royal Highness Ann Leopold, crowned by Junior Class President Joseph Merola, sits with her court composed of Judith Washko, Sandra Van Horn, Sylvia Feller, and Norlaine Roberts. O RECORDING Blue and White Reporters Row one: Ronee Roth, Robert Roth, Maryann Todora, Anthony Ramunni, Nancy Albright. Row two: Ruth Ann Young, Samuel LoCicero, Charles Peischl, Joseph LoCicero, Stephanie Mitch. Row three: Franklin Thompson, Charlyene Hoffmeis- ter, Marilyn Kressley, Ellis Plowman, Joyce Muschlitz. Row four: Dale Hendershot, JudithWiggens, Frank Narracci, Elizabeth O ' Sullivan. Row five: Carol Jackson, Palmina Fer- retti. Reporter Bobby Roth in¬ terviews Joan Antoine about the layout of the Comet. Blue and White Editors and Co Editors Row one: Ronee Roth, Robert Roth, Maryann Todora, Anthony Ramunni. Row two: Ruth Ann Young, Samuel LoCicero, Charle Peischl. Mr. Knecht, adviser Karmen Weaver, editor Mr. Zell, adviser The Blue and White Standard, our school newspaper, kept us informed on current happenings at Nazareth Area Senior High School. Our paper featured Student Council activities, clubs, sports, honor rolls, assembly programs, student achievements and various school functions throughout the year. Besides keeping us informed, the Blue and White Standard was a means of providing practical training in writing for students in¬ terested in journalism careers. Karmen Weaver served as Editor-in-chief under the guidance of J. Frederic Knecht and Quentin Zell, advisers. 74 mrt - OUR NEWS First Row: Betty Flick, Frances Miksch, Evelyn Baitz, Carole Unangst. Second Row: Mrs. Graver, Sandra Geake, Patricia Spangenberg, Jeannette Dollivar, Patricia Zimitz, JoAnne Frey, Carole Fehnel. Gathering information for the monthly edition of the school newspaper is the job of the reporters. They are constantly on the alert for news which will be of interest to the student body. The editors are largely responsible for the final product. Each page is supervised by a co-editor, who, with his group, sees that his page is completed satis¬ factorily. The most tedious job of the editors is proof¬ reading. The job of the typing staff is to set up the rough copy for the printer. The business staff is responsible for the circula¬ tion and distribution of each Edition. They also pre¬ pare the finished product for exchange with other schools. The Blue and White is a member of both the Penn¬ sylvania and Columbia Scholastic Press Associations from which the paper has consistently won honors. First Row: Gail Roth, Shirley Saeger. Second Row: Gerald Roth, Leilani King, Richard Repsher, Doreen Yeakel. 75 COLLECTING Our yearbook, the Comet, keeps a close record of the events at Nazareth Area Sen¬ ior High School. In years to come we will be able to look at this book and recall the many fond memories of our school days. We will remember our many sport events and the pride we felt when our school band marched on the field at football games. The clubs in which our students participate are presented by pictures and copy in our yearbook. The Senior Class Play, the Prom, and other special events are re¬ corded as well as every day happenings. The advisors of the Comet include Miss Jean Clute, art; Mrs. Belva Kolessar, business; and Mr. Richard Schmoyer, editorial, layout, and typing. Carol Getz Co-editor Mr. Schmoyer Comet Adviser Judy Shankweiler Co-editor LAYOUT STAFF Seated: Cecelia Wilson, Edythe Browne, Judy Shankweiler, Standing: Carol Getz, Joan Antoine. COMET TYPISTS Kathleen Mitman, Maryann Metz, Laura Klotz, Susan Tanhauser, Carol Lichner, Janet Metz. MEMORIES BUSINESS STAFF The Business Staff, advised by Mrs. Belva Kolessar, is in charge of all the Comet’s financial matters. They handle the sale of the yearbooks and have the responsibility of collecting the advertise¬ ments. ART STAFF Our Art Staff is composed of Ann Shekletski and Miss Clute, Advisor, who designed the dividers SEATED: Sandra Brobston, Carole Snyder, Jac¬ queline Rinker. Row 2, Leilani King, Patricia Rich¬ ards. STANDING: Patricia Gerhart, Mrs. Belva Kolessar, Richard Repsher, James Honszer, Barbara Kurtz, Barbara Yeisley. EDITORIAL STAFF The Editorial Staff, advised by Richard Schmoyer, is kept busy doing the Comet’s penwork. Among other things, they write the personality sketches, identify under¬ classmen, and record all other school events. for The Comet. SEATED: Janet Kern, Barbara Gradwahl, Peggy Jones, Dorothy Silfies, Adrienne Rissmiller, Judy Haftl; STANDING: Linda Rinker, Thomas Snyder, Edward Temos, Sandy Peppell, Judy Smith, Gloria Slutter, Jerry Halstead, sybil Thompson. STUDENTS PARTICIPATE DISTRICT AND REGIONAL CHORUS The students pictured above represented Nazareth High at the All- State Region H Chorus on January 28, 29, and 30. First row: Edward Messenlehner, Karen Monprode, Susan Tanhauser, Janet Kern, Ann Shekletski, Carl Toth. Second row: Dale Kratz, Joseph Merola. They also attended District Chorus along with Dorothy Dulac, Dorothy Silfies, DeeAnn Hoch, Walter Miller, Bobby Fehr, Milton Kelchner, and Dennis Olenwine. DISTRICT BAND REPRESENTATIVES Jan Betz, Dennis Olenwine, Delbert Cressman, Charles Peischl, David Altemose. GIRLS’ GLEE CLUB The Girls’ Glee Club, which is comprised of about sixty girls, meets once a week under the direction of Mr. Schlegel. They prepare music for a student as¬ sembly or for a forthcoming public performance. MUSICAL EVENTS Row one: Dorothy Dulac, Susan Tanhauser, Barbara Yeisley, Dee Ann Hoch, Karen Monprode. Row two: Carolann Staats, Judith Jones, Ardrienne Rissmiller, LaRue Sandt, Carol Sue Johnson. Row three: Carol Lichner, Dorothy Silfies, Veronica Pritchard, Linda Rinker, Sybil Thompson, Janet Kern, Myra Rissmiller. The Girls ' Ensemble, composed of seventeen senior girls under the direction of Mr. Schlegel, appeared at various engage¬ ments throughout the year. The Ensembles ' " musical Christmas Tree " was a highlight in the Glee Club Christmas Concert. The Girls ' Glee Club, also under the di¬ rection of Mr. Schlegel, participated in assemblies and presented several numbers in the Glee Club Christmas Concert. The Glee Club presented the annual Christmas Concert and a Spring Music Festi¬ val. Fifteen members participated in Dis¬ trict Chorus, which was held at NASHS. The combined Glee Clubs did a tremendous job as the host school and were successful in presenting a memorable musical event to the community. Eight of the fifteen members also represented our school at Region n State Chorus, held in Kingston, Pa. President. . . . Secretary. . . . Vice-President Treasurer . . . Librarians . . . .Dale Kratz .Judith Jones .Jeffrey Marsh .Susan Tanhauser . Carolann Staats, Walter Fry Ann Shekletski, Walter Miller The NASHS Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. Schlegel, presents their annual Christmas Concert. 1 AROUND THE Throughout the year the Glee Club works diligently under the direction of Mr. Floyd Schlegel preparing two public performances, one for Christmas and another in spring. The group consists of mixed voices numbering about 69. This year, for our spring performance, the Glee Club will present a musical festival with the theme, " Around the World in Song. " In this program, the various musical groups will portray the different countries by use of song and dance. The clubs and ensembles consist of students from tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grade. Other than presenting the public performances, they also participate in several assemblies for the student body. Boys of Mixed Ensemble repre¬ senting Scottish lads. Our three hard-working accompa¬ nists. The Girls ' Glee Club dressed as Spanish girls WORLD IN SONG The Mixed Glee Club dressed informally for songs from various countries. Pictured on these two pages are various organizations of Nazareth High. Each group was dressed in the native costumes of the countries which they represented in the Festival. The Mixed Glee Club presented selections from America, Russia, Czecho¬ slovakia, and brought the Festival to a climax in the South Seas with selections from " South Pacific. " i VISITING ALUMNI J. Frederick Knecht was the speaker at this year’s Alumni Day, honoring the class of 1926. All the members of the 1926 class were presented with a flower and given a dinner in the school cafeteria. The alumni enjoyed also the art display which was held in the evening. Mr. Knecht is the speaker at Alumni Day. 82 SPONSOR ART DISPLAY The Arts and Crafts Club, under the direction of Miss Clute, work on many individual and group projects. These are often put on display in the hall case in the lobby. Shop Club members spend their time working on projects consisting of all types of furniture. Mr. Brock advises this group. Members of the Shop Club are pictured work¬ ing on book shelves. 83 ALUMNI RECALL FOND MEMORIES Thomas Kidd, Thomas O ' Sulli¬ van, Ronald Gori, and Ronald Houser working on mechanical drawings. VENTURE IN DRAMATICS David Board, Joe LoCicero, Judith Noecker, Julianne Csernak. While presenting the Sophomore Dramatic Club play, " Aunt Mi¬ randa ' s Will, " David Board and Joe LoCicero box while Judith Noecker and Julianne Csernak watch. Raymo nd Mackes, Kay Fuls, Carol Kametler, Rose Marie Mazzie, John Groner. The Junior-Senior Dramat¬ ic Club presenting two plays, a comedy, " Bobby- sox, " and a dramatic play, " The Youngest. " Seated: Myra Rissmiller, Elizabeth Toth, Richard Rundle. Standing: Joe Merola, Frank Narracci, Mary Jane Altemose. 85 I STUDENTS EXHIBIT LEADERSHIP First Row: Donald Sysko, Carolann Staats, Joe Merola, Bruce Burley, Karen Breidinger, Mary Ann Metz. Second Row: LaRue Sandt, Carol Sue Johnson, Bonnie Shutt, Lynn Rothrock, Ruth Ann Young. Third Row: James Drissel, Diane Eberts, Stephanie Mitch, Frank Narracci, Walter Fry. Fourth Row: David Board, Jane Antoine, Warren Snyder, Carol Yeisley, James Himler, Carol Houser. Fifth Row: Jeffrey Marsh, Carol Kametler, Rebecca Bartholomew, Delbert Cressman, Sandra Fel¬ ler, Mary Louise Seyfried. Sixth Row: Robert Sawyer, Dale Kratz, Kenneth Shook, Lois Miller, Charles Peischl, Paul Elkins. Standing: Chester Felver, Robert Reichard. Sitting: Joe Merola, Carol Sue Johnson, Robert Sawyer. Standing: LaRue Sandt. STUDENT COUNCIL Under the cooperation of the Stu¬ dent Council Body, Nazareth High School becomes a more prosperous and efficient school. The members of Student Council sponsor various school activities to raise funds for assemblies and their many other activities. Throughout the year Student Coun¬ cil sponsors a Christmas Dance, square dance, and a Valentine ' s Dance. At basketball and football games the members serve refreshments to the spectators. The advisors of Student Council are Mr. Reichard and Mr. Felver. Student Council members serve thirsty spectators at half time during a basketball game. V 86 f RECOGNIZING SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENTS Miss Elizabeth Bordner is the librarian at Nazareth High School. She received her B.S. in Education at Kutztown Teachers College and her M. A. at Lehigh University. The library is used by students for both reference work and pleasure. HONOR SOCIETY Miss Elizabeth Bordner-our librarian Me mbership in the Delphian Chapter of National Honor Society is the reward given to students for scholastic achievements in our school. In order to become a mem¬ ber, a student must be on the honor roll four of five marking periods. Then, to remain a member in good standing, the student must not be off honor roll two consecutive marking periods. Officers; Sitting: Carol Getz, Linda Rinker, Peggy Jones. Standing: Robert Sawyer. m V ■ C| - t | ■ % J MM 1 352. 1 1 a. Above are the members of the Delphian Chapter of National Honor Society and the advisors. To become a member a student must attain high scholastic standards. 87 STUDENTS DEVELOP CAMERA I TECHNIQUES Mr. Roth comments on Rodney Applegate ' s technique of outdoor group photography. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB PROJECTIONIST CLUB The photography club under the direction of Mr. Roth, teaches the newest methods of developing and printing the various types of film. Its members learn proper picture composition and lighting techniques. They take and process pictures for the Blue and White Standard. They also learn the operation of the various types of cameras, enlargers, and other photographic equipment. The Projectionist Club, under the direction of Mr. Cump. teaches its members the proper method of operating the motion picture projector. Those students who successfully master the operation of the projector will be given an opportunity to help teachers by running films for classes. STUDENTS MATCH WITS Mr. Harding observes chess enthusiasts at prac¬ tice. Naz. Opp. Dec. 9 . . . Bethlehem .... . 3 . . . . 4 Dec. 16. . . Phillipsburg . . . 5 . . . . 2 Jan. 6 . . . Allentown. .2 .... 5 Jan. 13. . . Easton . .11 2 . 5 1 2 Jan. 20. . . Pen Argyl. . 5 . . . . 2 Feb. 3 . . . Wilson. .3 .... 4 Feb. 17 . . . Easton . .3 1 2 . 3 1 2 Feb. 24. . . Bethlehem .... .3 1 2 . 3 Mar. 9 . . . Allentown. 0 .... 7 Mar. 16. . . Phillipsburg . . . .61 2 . 1 2 Mar. 23 . . . Pen Argyl .... .31 2 . 3 1 2 Mar. 30. . . Wilson . . 6 . . . . 1 CHESS CLUB Under the direction of Mr. Chess team at practice, left front to rear: Ste- Harding the Chess Club meets 6 wart Noble, Douglas Reynolds, Thomas Hahn, Thomas times a week to develop their skill Bartholomew, Lawrence Murphy, Dennis Bartholmew. with the chessmen. The advanced Right: Thomas Reber, James Riefenstahl, Thomas players compete in inter-scholastic Smith, Richard Rundle. matches on Wednesdays. PARTICIPATING IN OUR FIRST AID CLUB The First Aid Club, which meets once a week offers students an opportunity to learn first aid administration. Under the direction of Mrs. Tintera students learn bandaging methods, shock treatment, and proper ways of handling accident victims. The knowledge which a student gains in this club may at some¬ time enable them to help an accident victim or p’irpn savp f) lifp The members of First Aid Club look on as Mrs. Josephine Tintera, the advisor, explains bandaging methods. COLLEGE BOARD CLUB The College Board Club is composed of sophomores, juniors, and seniors, who are interested in taking college board examinations. Students who wish to enter a college after graduating from high school are required to take college board examinations before they can be accepted at a college. The members of College Board Club take sample tests under the supervision of Miss Sloat. Hope Kleppinger explains meth¬ ods of filing cards as other members of the Library Club and their advisor, Miss Bordner, look on. LIBRARY CLUB The students in the library club help Miss Bordner, the club advisor, with the actual duties of librarian. They check books in and out, renew them, and return them to their proper places. If a student needs help in finding a book a club member will assist him. 90 MANY SCHOOL CLUBS Sketching and making pencil copies are the first steps in creating their finished projects for these and other art students. Pen and ink, water colors, poster paints, and chalk are but a few of the tools with which they work. With Miss Clute instructing them, they create attractive projects which can be seen throughout the main lobby. MATH CLUB Miss Lazorack instructs Math Club in slide rule techniques. DRAWING AND PAINTING Art students sketch their ideas on first drafts of projects. Instructed by Miss Lazorack, Math Club members learn various applications of math, other than those offered in the general classroom activities. They are given the opportunity to study advanced procedures in gei.aral mathematics, alge¬ bra, plane and solid geometry, trigonometry and basic col¬ lege mathematics. GIRLS ' ATHLETICS CLUB Field hockey is just one of the numerous sports in which the Girls ' Athletics Club engages. In each activity, competitive teams are selected to encourage and develop clean sportsmanship and cooperation. In addition to field hockey, basketball, volleyball, and softball are undertaken throughout the school year. Girls ' Athletic Club members learn the fundamentals of field hockey. 91 WORKING TOWARD CAREERS SCIENCE FAIR CLUB The Lehigh Valley Science Fair gives students a chance to compete in the field of science. In the past many entries from Nazareth Area High School have received top honors. We hope that in the future there will be many more champions from Nazareth. In our school, Mr. Kostenbader advises students in the selection and construction of these projects. GordonRufe listens to Mr. Kostenbader ' s explanation of the X-ray machine. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The Future Teachers of America, meet each Wednesday. At these meet¬ ings they discuss the various aspects of teaching. They are aided in these discussions by movies, college visi¬ tations, speakers, and conferences. This club is a great help to students who plan to enter the teaching pro¬ fession. The members of the Future Teachers of America and their sponsor, Miss Lazotaek 92 HOME AND HOBBIES The officers of the Future Home¬ makers are: Miss Frankenfield, Ad¬ viser; Patricia Richards, Reporter; Sandra Unger, Secretary; Gloria Buss, President; Betty Flick, Vice-President; Patricia Spangenberg, Parliamentari¬ an; Patricia Boyle, Treasurer; Laura Klotz, Treasurer. The Sportsmen Club with their adviser, Mr. Kessler. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Mr. Shekletski, adviser of the Radio Club, explains the parts of a radio to the members. The Future Homemakers of Ameri¬ ca, who are advised by Miss Sara Frankenfield, study the principles of good homemaking. It is their aim to create a better understanding of the basic skills of homemaking. RADIO CLUB The Radio Club studies mainly the principles of the radio and construction. They are learning the short wave code. Their project of the year is the con¬ struction of a four tube set. SPORTSMEN CLUB The Sportsmen Club is a group of boys who are interested in outdoor and indoor activities, primarily concerned with the fundamentals of basketball. 93 r PUTTING OUR First Row: Elizabeth Toth, Second Row: Frank Narracci, David Kratzer, Peggy Jones, Richard Rundle, Third Row: Judith Willimet, Barbara Klotz. DRAMATIC CLUB There are two dramatics clubs under the direction of Mrs. Miriam Zell, the Sophomores and the Junior- Senior group. Each year they re¬ hearse several plays which they pre¬ sent to the student body in assem¬ blies. A public performance which the Dramatic Club sponsors gives the students an opportunity to express themselves before the community. In order to show their dramatic ability, the students produce a series of one-act plays, which are open to the public. Richard Rundle, Frank Narracci, Judith Willimet. Seated: Frank Narracci, Elizabeth Toth, Standing: Adrienne Rissmill- er, Marlene Miller. KNITTING CLUB Mrs. A. Jane Bleiler supervises the Knitting Club, which consists of Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors. They meet once a week; during this time they learn the fundamentals of knitting. They undertake projects of knitting various articles. First Row: Patricia Kindred, Barbara Eberly, Carol Heller, Wilma Schaadt, Second Row: Carolyn Fehr, Rosanne Frankel, Shirley Getz, Rosalie Gostony, Rose Marie Mazzie, Carolann Sakazits, Third Row: Mrs. Jane Bleiler, Carole Fehr, Emma Stettler, Alice Weist, Carol Gower, Elsie McGrath, Constance Lahr, Anna Ferraro, Sandra Walter, Helen Wentzell. TALENTS TO USE Members of the Home and Hobby Club work busily on projects under the supervision of Mr. Brock, the advisor. HOMEMAKING AND HOBBY CLUB Under the supervision of Mr. Brock, the Homemaking and Hobby Club meets during the eighth period to work on individual projects. In addition to these projects, the Club learns many aspects of home mainten¬ ance and repair. Mr. Brock and Miss Clute look on as members of the Stage Craft Club prepare background scenery for the Senior Class play. STAGECRAFT CLUB Under the guidance of Miss Clute and Mr. Brock, the Stagecraft Club is an important organization in the school. The members learn techni¬ ques of building and painting scenery and the arranging of furniture for many of our stage productions. Officers of Stage Craft Club, Robert Sawyer, Vice-president, Leroy Spence, President, and Shirley Sager, Secretary-Treasurer, confer on a problem. WELCOME DISTRICT CHORUS Pictured above is the 1960 Eastern Pennsylvania District Chorus, music directors of various schools, and the conductor, Mr. James W. Beach. One hundred eighty-two pupils from forty-six schools participated in this year ' s Eastern Pennsylvania District Chorus which was held in Nazareth High on January 7, 8, and 9. The members were selected by auditions held last October. After registering Thursday morning, everyone scrambled to find his seat and to get acquainted with the person next to him. The rest of the day was devoted to singing, except for the times they enjoyed the food prepared by the cafeteria staff. Rehearsal continued until 9:30 that evening when everyone felt as if he had put in a hard day ' s work. Friday was a repeat of Thursday ' s schedule except for two concerts which were presented. After the evening con¬ cert, a dance was held in the beautifully decorated gymnasium. Saturday evening before the final con¬ cert, a banquet was held in the cafeteria. The chorus was very fortunate in having as its conductor, Mr. James W. Beach. He made them feel as if they want¬ ed to work and at the same time have a lot of fun. District Chorus representatives registering on Thursday morning. 96 ADVERTISEMEN SERVICES FOR! NAZARETH NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST CO. Patronize Your Local Merchants And Bank With Us Modern, Progressive, and Experienced " The Bank For My Money " NOLF ' S LOCKER PLANT 167 S. Broad Nazareth, Pa. Ronald Nolf Shown Packaging Frozen Foods FROZEN FOOD FOOD PLANS DELIVERY SERVICE CUSTOMER PROCESSING O STORAGE LOCKER RENTAL HOMEOWNERS Quesi a Gentusuf, bepe+utahle SesuUce 114 SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PA. PHONE PL 9-3020 v 98 rHE COMMUNITY SECOND NATIONAL BANK of Nazareth, Pennsylvania James Honszer discusses a loan transaction witn John Yost, Loan Clerk, at The Second Nati¬ onal Bank of Nazareth. MERIN STUDIOS 1010 Chestnut Street Philadelphia 7, Pennsylvania Priscilla Drovich poses for her cap and gown portrait. All portraits in this book are kept on file. Additional orders may be placed by mail. BAKER CONVALESCENT HOME For the REHABILITATION OF GERIATRIC PATIENTS Phone Nazareth PL 9-2740 Patients enjoying TV in the day room. I ' 99 SERVING THE PUE THE TRUMBOWER CO., INC. Easton Road Nazareth, Pennsylvania Call Nazareth Office and Yard PL 9-3450 Ready-Mix Concrete PL 9-3334 Coal, lumber, building supplies, crushed stone, ready-mixed concrete (Everything to .build anything) THE JOSEPH F. REICHEL FUNERAL HOME 220 Washington Park Nazareth, Pennsylvania Phone PL 9-0160 PEOPLE’S COAL SUPPLY CO. Stockertown, Pennsylvania Phone PL 9-3710 Fuel Oil, Coal, Lumber, Building Supplies " Everything from Cellar to Roof " PEOPLES COALA SUPPLY CO, 100 IAND INDUSTRY BIL RICH, INC. PREMIX PLANT Asphalt Paving Materials Hot and Cold Mix Material Tatamy Road Nazareth, Pennsylvania PL 9-0101 NAZARETH MILLS, INC Belvidere Whitfield Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania J.W. NEFF LABORATORIES, INC. Stockertown, Pa. J l Best wishes to the 1960 graduates of Nazareth Area Senior High School NEFOLAC for Phonograph Records NEFSLABS for Traffic Markings 101 PATRONS OF OUR YEARBOOK NAZARETH STEEL FABRICATORS, INC. A Broad Street view of act¬ ivity of our loading and shipping department that forwards pre¬ cision fabricated steel for all major U. S. industries. Art students painted these attractive show¬ cases for the Yuletide season. The Rhythmettes perform their Charleston routine in N.A.H.S. Talent Show. | FRIENDS OF THE SENIOR CLASS Mr. Christman had this same happy smile after the Wilson game, too. The Girl ' s Glee Club under the direction of Mr. Schlegel prepares for the Spring Festival. 103 CUSTOMERS SAVE Cafeteria Staff: Mrs. John Ruloff, Mrs. Samuel Pritchard, Mrs. Eugene Weiss, Miss Miriam Michael. CARLDON ' S RESTAURANT L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY Sunday Dinners our Specialty CLASS RINGS May we serve you? Walter G. Fly, Representative 2038 Sycamore Street Phone PL 9-9943 Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 122 S. Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania NAZARETH GENERAL PAVING HARTER REALTY AGENCY We construct roads, parking areas, and private driveways, with hot and cold bituminous concrete. HOMES- - FARMS- -BUSINESS Phone PL 9-4228 or PL 9-1991 17 Belvidere St. Nazareth, Pa. We distribute asphalt oil and dust oil. We are also responsible for asphalt planning. 110 Park Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Custodians: Ervin Smith, Peter Eckert, Arling Stout, Morris Buss. TIME AND MONEY NAZARETH CEMENT COMPANY Nazareth, Pennsylvania PENN-DIXIE CEMENT CORPORATION Nazareth, Pennsylvania Joseph Merola arouses enthusiasm at pep rally before Wilson game. Co-captain Joseph Merola heads toward side¬ lines for a briefing by Coach Christman.. HERCULES CEMENT COMPANY Division of American Cement Corporation KRAEMER TEXTILES, INC. Stockertown, Pennsylvania Nazareth, Pennsylvania — WHERE INDUSTRY PROSPERS G. C. MURPHY COMPANY Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pa. Our dietician and cafeteria supervisor, Miss Mary Sloat, received her B.S. in Home Economics at Penn State and her M.S. at New York University. BRUCE BROOKS DOYLE Electrical Contractors Plaza 9-3903 R.D. 3 Nazareth, Pa. Could this be Whistler ' s mother? Chumba, Chumba, Chumba Chihuahua! Our own Larry Ferarri Somebody, turn on the bubble machine! 1 r i - mr ■ ■ n YOU WILL TOO BARTHOLOMEW FUNERAL HOME PL 9-1220 211 East Center Street Nazareth, Pa. HIMLER’S 56 East Lawn Road Nazareth, Pennsylvania BLUE MOUNTAIN CONSOLIDATED Prescriptions and Drugs WATER CO. KOEHLER’S PHARMACY PL S-1030 Your REXALL Store 62 S. Main Street 35 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pa. Nazareth, Pennsylvania COMPLIMENTS of A FRIEND TED LEWIS AND RUTH HOUSER, Realtors 10 S. Front St. Easton, Pa. " 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. J. A. LOPRESTI Nazareth, Pennsylvania PL 9-1580 Stockertown, Pa. FOGEL’S GULF AND FUEL OIL SERVICE C. F. MARTIN AND COMPANY Broad and Belvidere Streets Manufacturers of MARTIN Guitars and Ukuleles Nazareth, Pennsylvania PL 9-1560 Nazareth, Pa. Apples, Potatoes, and Fresh Fruits MARY ANN’S BEAUTY SHOP JOHN FOX 107 South Main Street Stockertown, Pennsylvania Nazareth, Pennsylvania GEORGE ' S ATLANTIC SERVICE " S H Green Stamps " Best Wishes PL 9-9958 S. Main St. and Easton Rd. NAZARETH JACKSONIAN CLUB, INC. Nazareth, Pa. Nazareth, Pennsylvania HARTMAN’S PORK PRODUCTS R. D. No. 3 Compliments of PL 9-1960 Nazareth, Pa. RUSSELL KINDY 107 SHOP IN NAZARETH FLOYD W. SCHMIDT, MORTICIAN 357 Belvidere Street PL 9-2650 Nazareth, Pa. Licensed in Pennsylvania and New Jersey SEYFRIED MOTORS, INC. Mauch Chunk and Church Streets PL 9-1680 Nazareth, Pa. Builder and Contractor FRANK J. TANZOSH, JR. R.D. No. 1 PL 9-4010 Nazareth, Pa. LEHIGH VALLEY SAND AND GRAVEL CO. BLackburn 8-2325 1401 South 25th Street Easton, Pa. Sales Service--Chevrolet Oldsmobile SOLT CHEVROLET 49 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania YEISLEY FURNITURE STORE 436 S. Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Peter F. Yeisley, Prop. 3 0 01 r.Jr- W , % A | m V f I Robert Harding was chosen as this y-ear ' s co-ordinator in Northampton County for the White House Conference on Youth. The White House Conferences are held throughout the United States every ten years. There are six topics studied at these conferences, which center around problems of youth and juvenile delinquency. The students pictured above represented N.A.S.H.S. at the conference: Peggy Jones, Sandra Peppell, Carol Getz, Robert Sawyer, Janet Kern, Sybil Thompson, Barbara Yeisley, Edward Messenlehner. 108 WHERE QUALITY PREVAILS AUTO STORES WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Home Owned and Operated Phone Plaza 9-1998 112 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania CLOTHING STORES ALBERT ' S MEN’S SHOP Phone Plaza 9-4349 45 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania BEN CHANE, MEN ' S AND BOYS ' WEAR 60 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania DEE ' S APPAREL SHOPPE 103 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania FREEMAN ' S COMETS may come, and COMETS may go But you, the customer, are a Permanent fixture in our store SMITH ' S TOT TO TEEN 106 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania COLLEGES BETHLEHEM BUSINESS SCHOOL, INC. An Approved School Accounting and Secretarial Courses Phone UN 6-5121 - Our 63rd Year Union Bank Building, Bethlehem CHURCHMAN ' S BUSINESS COLLEGE Phone BL 2-4041 355 Spring Garden Street Easton, Pennsylvania DRUG STORE NAZARETH PHARMACY C. L. Scovell, Reg. Pharmacist, Prop. Prescription Specialists Nazareth ' s Largest and Finest Drug Store Phone PL 9-3240 68 S. Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania DAIRY, MEAT, GROCERY PRODUCTS BA JAN ' S FOOD MARKET Phone PL 9-3401, PL 9-4490 520 Seip Avenue Nazareth and East Lawn BUSS ' MARKET Open Daily 7:30 - 9:30 Sundays 8:30 - 12; 4:30 - 8 Phone PL 9-0780 420 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania DARROHN’S SUPERETTE Phone PL 9-4458 Hecktown, Pennsylvania 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, Pa. 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 PENSENBECK ' S GROCERY Home baked goods our specialty Phone PL 9-9932 49 North Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania M. WYNNE, GROCER Phone PL 9-2123 18 North Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania INDUSTRIES PROVIDE 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” Phone Bethlehem UN 6-1969 R. D. 2, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania L. R. WERKHEISER Your Friendly Philco Dealer Sales and Service 17 West High S eet FLORISTS ALPAUGH ' S FLOW R SHO Distinctive Floral Arrangements for all Occasions Phone PL 9-1900 66 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania RHYMER’S FLOWER SHOP 138 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania FURNITURE ALBERT BRAU COMPANY 25 N. Second Street, Easton, Pa. Nazareth Farmers ' Market. Nazareth, Pennsylvania GARAGES SERVICE STATIONS COOPER’S MOBIL SERVICE Lubrication-Battery Service-Tires Car Washing-AAA Service Towing Official State Inspection Main Street, Stockertown, Pa. FINKBEINER ' S SERVICE STATION Lubrication - Gas - Tires Tatamy, Pennsylvania GAMMER’S GULF SERVICE All engines SCOPE analyzed Ignition Specialists Route 12 at Route 22 Interchange HERMAN ' S MOBIL SERVICE Phone PL 9-9924 Broad and Center Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania KLIPPLE’S FLYING A SERVICE Phone PL 9-9960 Nazareth and Bath Highway The Nazareth Band performs at the Nazareth-Parkland foot¬ ball game. " Come on girls, smile! " 1 10 EXCELLENT PRODUCTS GARAGES SERVICE STATIONS KROCK ' S GARAGE Phone PL 9-2648 or PL 9-3137 R. D. 1, Nazareth, Newburg, Pa. 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 Phone PL 9-9930 574 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania STANNARD ' S SERVICE STATION Stockertown, Pennsylvania SYSKO ' S GARAGE General Repairing - State Inspection Atlantic Gas and Oil Nazareth Pike WELK ' S ESSO SERVICE STATION Walnut and New Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania HARDWARE DEALERS NAZARETH HARDWARE COMPANY 49-51 Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania NAZARETH TOOL SUPPLY COMPANY 150 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Peter F. Yeisley, Prop. INSURANCE ROY S. HAHN, General Insurance 144 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania FRANK HUTH SONS Insurance in all its Branches Phone PL 9-4900 104 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania ROBERT J. WEISS New York Life Insurance Company Field Underwriter Phone PL 9-1332 26 S. Main Street Nazareth, Pa. JEWELERS R. D. LAMBERT Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania G. S. OSWALD 48 Center Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania MANUFACTURERS H R PLASTICS INDUSTRIES Walnut Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania NAZARETH BUILDING BLOCK Manufacturer of Building Blocks Concrete-Cinder-Waylite Blocks Phone Plaza 9-1820 Bethlehem Highway, Route 12 NAZARETH BURIAL VAULT 162 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania MISCELLANEOUS CLEWELL’S CIDER MILL Apples, Cider Home-cooked Apple Butter in season R. D. 3 Nazareth, Pennsylvania GEORGE N. MILLER General Merchandise Farm Equipment, Sales and Service Phone PL 9-2260 R. D. 2 Nazareth, Pennsylvania G. C. MURPHY COMPANY Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania NAZARETH PAPER BOX COMPANY 181 South Whitfield Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania TRADE WITH OUR SPONSERS MISCELLANEOUS NAZARETH PLANING MILL CO. Sash Doors-Shutters-Blinds-Frames Prospect and Green Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania NAZARETH PUBLISHING CO., INC. Phone Plaza 9-1070 46-48 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania NAZARETH SPORTING GOODS Phone Plaza 9-1535 Broad and Belvidere Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania NORTHAMPTON FARM BUREAU " Owned by Those it Serves " Phone BL 3-1481 Tatamy, Pennsylvania WILLIAM M. SILFIES, REG. PROF. E Designing, Building, Constru ' tion 363 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania SNYDER MILLING COMPANY 435 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania WILSON ZELLNER MUSIC STORE Conn, King, Martin Freres Pancordion Used Instruments-Repairs 162 S. Main Street, Nazareth, Pa. PLUMBERS AND CONTRACTORS Compliments of EAST LAWN SUPPLY CO., INC. Nazareth, Pennsylvania WALTER ETTWEIN Plumbing and Heating R. D. 1, Nazareth, Pennsylvania ROY T. FEHNEL General Building Contractor Exterior Painting Interior Decorating and Papering Phone PL 9-1140 or PL 9-2390 Belfast, Pennsylvania KENNETH J. SHOOK Plumbing and Heating Phone PL 9-0650 163 N. New Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania R. K. STOUT Electrical Contractor Phone PL 9-2800 Nazareth, Pennsylvania FREDDIE WERNER General Building Contractor Phone PL 9-4960 194 N. Broad Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania PHOTOGRAPHERS APOLLO STUDIO Nazareth, Pennsylvania STULL ' S PHOTO SERVICE 156 S. Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania RESTAURANTS RAINBOW DINER A Place for Good Food S. Green Street, Easton Road Nazareth, Pennsylvania SERVICE SHOPS CHARLIE ' S BARBER SHOP Charles DeNardo, Prop. Main Street Tatamy, Pennsylvania LEOLA SHOOK BEAUTY SALON 19 Schoeneck Avenue East Lawn, Nazareth, Pennsylvania WATER WELL DRILLING R. S. KOCHER, SR. Water Well Drilling Shallow and Deep Well Pump Installation Phone PL 9-4710 212 Washington Park Nazareth, Pennsylvania Ppv ■Af " ‘ •iB. ' -- ' ■■■ ■ , -, . -. . .. -V i % " ■ ' ' ' ' . ? | ' : .X ' ■■■ ■ • ■ 4- v ' . ■ - ■ . . ' •• • - ■ . . : . ' . . , X- " • ... , •- : ' -X. ■Pf. ■ ' ... 7 ' Yy-fy . f I ' . P .:Yx’. xp ,. ,x V ■ . • • • v x;- ,-x- p : 7 V; Z ' . • ' ■- " Y- ' y X-- ; , . 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