Nazareth Area High School - Comet Yearbook (Nazareth, PA)
- Class of 1961
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Text from Pages 1 - 120 of the 1961 volume:
i i I 1 W J K • ’ « ■MT ' ff ' ' ' ;: V Jf 1 M ISM? 4 Jr j PISrv ' •• " J ' ' I UNDERWATER •i FOREWORD Long will we, the 1961 Graduating Class of Nazareth Area High School, remember the journey through our Underwater Fantasy. Our experience and knowledge acquired throughout these three years of exploration have helped us establish a sounder under¬ standing of all phases of life, thus prepar¬ ing us for a secure and profitable future. The COMET staff has endeavored to re¬ cord the fond memories of these fruitful years, so that in years to come we can page through the COMET and relive the many cherished experiences encountered during our search for treasures in the Paradise of the Deep. THE KINGS OF OUR SEAS HERBERT F. COBLEY Mr. Herbert F. Cobley, as Admiral of the Fleet, assumes the responsibility of correlating the programs of the Naz¬ areth Area Schools from kindergarten through twelth grade. These programs are designed to meet the needs of the various types of students and to pro¬ vide equal opportunities for all, encour¬ aging them to set and reach their high¬ est goals. Mr. Cobley received his B. S. in Ed¬ ucation at Kutztown and his M. A. in Administration and Supervision at Le¬ high University. Under Mr. Cobley’s guidance, the new elementary school, which is to be erected in the very near future, will add to the advancement of our educational program. Herbert F. Cobley FREDERICK C. BENFIELD The Captain of the ship in our Un¬ derwater Fantasy is the principal, Mr. Benfield, who is responsible for the su¬ pervision of curriculum, advising the student body and the general operation of the submarine. A friend and coun¬ selor to every student, Mr. Benfield tries to coordinate the viewpoints of parents, students, and teachers. Mr. Benfield received his B. S. in Ed¬ ucation at Dickinson College and his M. A. in Education at Bucknell Univer¬ sity. Frederick C. Benfield GUIDING LIGHTS OF OUR SEA OF LEARNING Robert Reiehard, our Guidance Counselor, advises Student Council, Honor Society, and the Junior Class. Broni Krisukas is Home and School Visitor and Psychologist. Mrs. Laura Harding, secre¬ tary to Mr. Benfield and our school messenger. Mrs. Ruth Kleppinger, secre tary to Mr. Cobley and ad ministrative helper. Mrs. Josephine Scott, School Mrs. JoAnn Seyfert, our new Nurse and public life saver. school librarian and handy book finder. 5 LEGISLATORS OF THE DEEP NAZARETH AREA SCHOOL BOARD The Nazareth Area School Board has made plans to erect a new elementary school on the site of the present football field. Construction has already begun. The School Board also has intentions of adding a cafeteria to the rear of the Junior High School. SEATED: Carl Fry, Hugh Leake, Joseph Fry, Charles Saltern, Marguerite Thomas, Stanley Cle- w.ell, The Rev. Floyd R. Shafer, John Fox, Wilfred Sheetz, Business-Manager; Charles Schnerr, Her¬ bert Cobley, Supt. of Schools; George Bartron, Lewis Kleintop. STANDING: Floyd Lahr, John Lieberman, Charles Peischl, Lester Scott, Russell Metzgar, John Urban, Woodrow Brong, Maurice Zellner, William Beck, Gustave Fox, Woodrow Hartzell, Leo Shook, Raymond Reinert, C. Forrest Bowers, Norman Millheim, William C. Smith. AREA SCHOOL BOARD OFFICERS President.THE REVEREND FLOYD R. SHAFER Vice-President . JOHN J. FOX Secretary . WILFRED SHEETZ 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 Kl.eintop Floyd Lahr Hugh Leake John Lieberman Russell Metzgar Norman Millheim Charles Peischl Raymond Reinert Charles Saltern The Rev. Floyd R. Shafer Charlies P. Schnerr Lester Scott Leo Shook William C. Smith Marguerite Thomas John E. Urban Maurice Zellner SENIORS Thomas Smith PRESIDENT Frederick Keim VICE PRESIDENT Judith Willimet SECRETARY Valeria Happel TREASURER Ruth Ann Young HISTORIAN Mrs. Mildred Metz and Andrew Brock ADVISERS NANCIE ALBRIGHT Nancie . . . friendly ma¬ jorette . . . individualist in dress . . . fond of a red convertible. Girls’ Athletic Club 3 ; Ma¬ jorette 1, 2, 3; Blue and White Editorial 1, 2 ; Dra¬ matic Club 1 ; First Aid Club 1 ; Girls’ Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Prom Committee 2 ; Senior Play 3 ; Painting and Draw¬ ing 3. JOAN ANTOINE Joan . . . terrific head majorette with a witty per¬ sonality . . . willing worker. Band Majorette 1, 2 ; Head Majorette 3 ; Comet Layout 2, 3 ; Comet Editor 3 ; Honor Society 3 ; Prom Committer 2 ; Student Council 1 ; Girls Athletic Club 1. WILLIAM ALLEN Bill . . . unlimited heavy¬ weight wrestler . . . artisti¬ cally inclined • . . zealous chatterbox. Painting and Drawing 2; Boys’ Glee Club 1 ; Comet Business 3 ; Football J. V. 1, 2; Varsity 3; Wrestling 1, 2. 3 ; Track 1, 2, 3 ; College Board Review 2, 3. RODNEY APPLEGATE Rodney . . . loyal band member . . . keeps his ca¬ mera handy . . . friendly academic student. Photography Club 1, 2 ; College Boards 3 ; Band 1, 2, 3 ; F. T. A. 3 ; Science Fair Projects 1, 2. 8 SENIORS HARRIET ARNDT Harriet . . . quiet, but friendly . . . blue eyed blonde . . . often helps in the library. Blue and White Typist 3; First Aid Club 1 ; Library Club 2, 3. ROBERT BAUER Bob . . . not especially fond of school ... loyal band member . . . tinkers with cars • . . mischievous. Band 1, 2, 3; Home and Hobby Club 1 ; Dance Band 2, 3. JANET BANNY Janet . . . reliable secre¬ tarial student . . . serious at times . . . friendly . . . fun loving. Comet Typist 3 ; Honor So¬ ciety 1, 3 ; Knitting Club 1 ; Prom Committee 2 ; Paint¬ ing Club 3. REBECCA BARTHOLOMEW Becky . . . enthusiastic captain of the cheerleading squad . . . willing worker . . . enjoys sports. Girls’ Athletic Club 1 ,2 ; Cheerleader J. V. 1 ; Varsity 2, 3 ; Cheerleader J. V. Cap¬ tain 1 ; Varsity Captain 3 ; Comet Editorial 3 ; Dramatic Club 1. F. T. A. 2 ; Honor Society 3 ; Prom Committee 2 ; Student Council 2, 3. ERNESTLEE BARTHOLOMEW Ernie . . . keen interest in cars . . . not too fond of school • • • mischievous. J. V. Football 1; Home and Hobby 1, 2, 3. JOANNE BARTRON Jo . . . peppy, six-year cheerleader • • • constantly talking . . . willing worker . . . avid gum chewer. Girls ' Athletic Club 1, 2, 3 ; Cheerleader J. V. 1 ; Var¬ sity 2, 3 ; Comet Editorial 3 ; Honor Society 1, 2, 3 ; Sec¬ retary 3 ; Dramatic Club 2 ; Magazine Campaign Assist¬ ant Manager 2, 3 ; Senior Play Committee 2 ; Prom Committee 2 ; Senior Play 3. EVELYN BALTZ Evelyn . . . attractive dresser . . . naturally curly, blonde hair . . . quite talk¬ ative. Blue and White Typist 2, 3 ; Kitting 1. GLORIA BERGER Gloria . • . loquacious com¬ mercial student ... always smiling . . • happy-go-lucky. F. H. A. 1, 2 ; Knitting Club 1 ; Stagecraft Club 2; Photography Club 1, 2. 9 PATRICIA BOYLE Pat . . . neat dresser . . . easy to get along with . . . hard working secretarial stu¬ dent. Girls’ Athletic Club 1, 2, 3 ; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3 ; Girls’ Glee Club 2 ; Mixed 3 ; Knit¬ ting Club 1 ; Prom Commit¬ tee 2 ; Senior Class Play 3. CONSTANCE BRONG Connie . . . pleasing per¬ sonality . . . quiet to those who don’t know her. Prom Committee 2 ; Read¬ ing Club 2 ; College Board 2, 3. SENIORS NANCY BICKERT Nancy . . • energetic com¬ mercial student . . . talk¬ ative . . . cheerful and will¬ ing worker. F. H. A. 1 ; Home and Hobby Club 1 ; Reading Club 1 . EILEEN BUSS Eileen . . . quiet commer¬ cial student . . . pleasing personality . . . enjoys ice skating. Home and Hobby Club 2 ; Stagecraft Club 2, 3; Read¬ ing Club 1. WILLIAM BRACE Bill . . . friendly commer¬ cial student . . . astronomy and rocketry are his main interests. Ham Radio Club 2, 3 ; Pro¬ jectionist Club 2 ; Home and Hobby Club 1. EDYTHE BROWNE Edythe . . . peppy cheer¬ leader . . . good artist . . . her freckles and pug-nose are her outstanding features. Athletic Club 1, 2, 3 ; Cheerleader Varsity 3; J. V. 2 ; Comet Editor 3 ; Layout 1, 2, 3; Art 3 ; Dramatic Club 1 ; Prom Committee 2 ; Science Fair Projects 1 ; Col¬ lege Board 2. KENNETH BUTZ Ken . . . friendly aca¬ demic student . . . pleasing personality ... a neces¬ sity to the basketball team. Sportsmans Club 2, 3 ; Basketball Varsity 1, 2, 3 ; Chess Club 1, 2 ; Home and Hobby Club 1 ; Track 1, 2, 3; Co-Captain 3. SHARON BLEAM Sharon . . . quiet, but friendly . . . avid football fan . . . dependable and will¬ ing worker. Knitting Club 1 ; Library Club 1 ; Reading Club 1. 10 SENIORS LOIS BUTZ Lois . . . quiet academic student . . . dependable worker . . . pleasing per¬ sonality. Athletic Club 1, 2, 3 ; Dra¬ matic Club 2 ; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3; First Aid Club 1 ; Girls’ Glee Club 3 ; Prom Commit¬ tee 2 ; Senior Class Play 3. DELBERT CRESSMAN Spundy . . . well-liked academic student . . . loyal band member . . . his best friend is his saxophone. Band 1, 2, 3 ; Class Vice President 1 ; Football J. V. 1 ; Varsity 2, 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Prom Committee 2 ; Student Council 2, 3 ; Track 1, 2, 3 ; Reading Club 1. MARIE DILCHERD Marie . . . affable com¬ mercial student . . . pleasing personality . . . active in church work. Dramatic Club 1 ; Ensemble 1 ; First Aid Club 1 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. BROOKS DOYLE Brooks . . . well-liked aca¬ demic student . . . avid sports fan . . . interested in church work. Ensemble 3 Glee Club 2, 3 ; Prom Committee 2 ; Sci¬ ence Fair Projects 1 ; Track 1, 2, 3. LARRIE CONNERS Larrie . . . hot rod en¬ thusiast • • . mischievous . . . doesn’t particularly like school. Chess Club 1, 2; Football J. V. 1 ; Wrestling 1 ; Home and Hobby Club 3. MARGARET CREAMER Margaret . . . quiet com¬ mercial student.. . . enjoys reading and embroidering. F. H. A. 2. WILLIAM CROUSE Bill . . . hot rod enthus¬ iast . . . avid sports fan . . . school not his major interest. Basketball J. V. 1 ; Var¬ sity 2 ; Sportsmans Club 2, 3. RALPH DORSHIMER Ralph . . . mischievous . . . doesn’t particularly like school . . . avid sports fan . . . enjoys hunting. Band 1, 2, 3 ; Chess Club 2 ; Dance Band 2, 3. SENIORS JAMES DRISSEL Jim . . . quiet college prep student . . . interested in aviation. Chess Club 2 ; Student Council 1, 2 ; Science Fair Projects 1 ; Wrestling 1, 2, 3; Photography Club 1, 2. MYRNA FAYE EASTON Myrna . . . quiet academic student . . . loves skating of all kinds. Athletic Club 1 ; F. T. A. Club 2; Glee Club 2 ; Col¬ lege Boards 3. BARBARA EBERLY Barbara . . . very talka¬ tive . . . low alto voice . . . habitual gum chewer. J J District Chorus 3 ; Ensem¬ ble 3; Girls’ Glee Club 1, 2 ; Glee Club 3 ; Knitting Club 2. DIANE EBERTS Diane . • • twist enthusi¬ ast • . • garrulous academic student . - . flirtatious blond. Athletic Club 1, 2, 3 ; Co¬ met Editorial 3; Honor So¬ ciety 1. 2, 3 ; Magazine Campaign Manager 2, 3 ; Prom Committee 2 ; Science Fair Projects 1 ; Student Council 2. MOST ATHLETIC Jeffrey Marsh Diane Schlegel SENIORS DANIEL ENGLER Danny • . . good-looking . . . blushes easily . . . friendly academic student. District Chorus 3; Glee Club 3; Mathematics Club 2 ; Boys’ Glee Club 1; Prom Committee 2 ; Wrestling 1 : Track 3 ; Boys’ Ensemble 3 ; College Board Review 3. JOANNE FAUST Joanne . . . quick-temp¬ ered secretarial student . . , enjoys driving . . . sports fan. Girls’ Athletic Club 1, 2, 3 ; Blue and White Typist 2; F. H. A. Club 1, 2, 3; Knitting Club 1 ; Senior Class Play 3. PALMINIA FERRETTI Polly . . . assiduous sec¬ retarial student . . . friendly . . . enjoys knitting . . . avid sports fan . . . good sense of humor. Knitting Club 1, 3 ; Blue and White Editorial 2, 3. DONALD FRACE Fracey . . . school is a necessary evil . . . enjoys pestering teachers . . . comes from Tatamy. Baseball Manager 2; Bas¬ ketball J. V. 1 ; Projectionist Club 1, 2 ; Drawing and Painting 2. JOANNE EYER Joanne ... active ath¬ lete . . - hails from Tatamy . . . avid sports fan . . . enjoys horseback riding. Girls’ Athletic Club 1, 2, 3; First Aid Club 1; Sci¬ ence Fair Projects 1, 2. BETTY FLICK Betty . . . active F. H. A. member . . . talkative sec¬ retarial student . . . en¬ joys sports. Blue and White Typist 2 ; Comet Business 3; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3 ; Girls’ Glee Club 1, 2, 3. DENNIS FOX Foxie . . . diffident aca¬ demic student . . . enjoys working around cars . • . enjoys chemistry. Projectionist Club 2; Sci¬ ence Fair Projects 1 ; Math¬ ematics Club 3; Chess Club 2 . KATHRYN FEHR Kathy . . . loquacious . . . fun to be with . . . blond clarinetist . . . enjoys art. Band 1, 2, 3 ; Blue and White Editorial 3 ; Glee Club 1. 2; Knitting Club 1 ; Sci¬ ence Fair Projects 1, 2. 13 SENIORS ROSANNE FRANKEL Rosanne . . . petite secre¬ tarial student . . . enjoys sports . . . neat dresser. Knitting Club 2, 3 ; Li¬ brary Club 2, 3 ; Reading Club 1. EMMA FREY Emma . . . frequently ab¬ sent from school . . . slen¬ der brunette . . . avid gum chewer. Girls’ Athletic Club 1, 2, 3 ; Blue and White Editorial 1 ; Comet Business 3 ; F. H. A. 1 ; Library Club 2. WALTER FRY Walt ... all around ath¬ letic whiz . . . well liked . • • conscientious worker . . . friendly academic stu¬ dent. Baseball Varsity 1, 2, 3 ; Captain 3 ; Basketball J. V. 1 ; Varsity 2; Manager 2, 3; Chess Club 1 ; Football Varsity 1, 2, 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Prom Committee 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3 ; Sportsman Club 2, 3. ELMO FREY Elmo . . . enjoys driving his Studebaker . . . sociable academic student . . . at¬ tracted to the opposite sex. Chess Club 1 ; Science Fair Projects 1 ; Mathematics Cli¬ nic 3 ; Intramural Basket¬ ball 1. JO ANN FREY Jo Ann . . . attractive secretarial student . . . con¬ scientious worker . . . pleas¬ ant personality . . . excel¬ lent typist. Blue and White Typist 2 ; Comet Business 3 ; Comet Typist 3 ;.F. H. A. 1; First Aid Club 1 ; Girls’ Glee Club 2; Knitting Club 1. WILLIAM FRY Bill . . . mischievous gen¬ eral student . . . school not a primary interest . . . en¬ joys tinkering wtih cars. Chess Club 1 ; Football J. V. 1; Projectionist Club 1 . 2 . KAY FULS Kay . . . active in stu¬ dent council . . . friendly secretarial student . . . excellent speller . . . pretty blue eyes. Comet Business 3 ; Drama¬ tic Club 1, 2, 3 ; First Aid Club 1 ; Girls’ Glee Club 1 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Honor So¬ ciety 3 ; Magazine Campaign Manager 3 ; Prom Committee 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3 ; Senior Class Play 3. LINDA GABERT Linda . . . quiet secretar¬ ial student . . . enjoys horse¬ back riding ... a willing worker . . . avid sports fan. Girls’ Athletic Club 1, 2, 3; F. H. A. 1 ; First Aid Club 1. SENIORS JERRY HALSTEAD Jerry . • . hard-worker . . . friendly, academic stu¬ dent . . . good pianist. Comet Editorial 2,3; Dra¬ matic Club 1 ; Projectionist Club 1 ; Science Fair Proj¬ ect 1. RONALD GARGER Garger . . . school not a primary interest . . . en¬ joys working around cars. GLENN GOLD Glenn . . . quiet commer¬ cial student . . . hunting and fishing enthusiast . . . friendly senior. Chess Club 1, 2, 3 ; Home and Hobby Club 1 ; Track 1. RUSSELL GORDON Flash . . . phlegmatic, commercial student . . . not addicted to school problem child. Stagecraft 3 ; Home and Hobby 1 ; Boys’ Glee Club 1. BERNADINE GENSITS Bernie . . . dark complect¬ ed .. . peppy majorette . . . affable secretarial student. Band Majorette 3 ; Comet Business 3; Knitting Club 1 ; Library Club 2; Girls’ Athletic Club 1. RONALD GOLD Goldie . . . tallest senior (6’4”) . . . baseball a fa¬ vorite sport . . . neat dress¬ er .. . friendly academic student. Baseball Varsity 1, 2, 3; Basketball J. V. 1 ; Varsity 2, 3; Sportsmans Club 2, 3. JOHN GRONER Jack . . . red - haired, commercial student . fun to be with . . . the class clown . . . neat dress¬ er. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2 ; Senior Class Play 3. VALERIA HAPPEL Hops . . . well-liked, aca¬ demic student . . . active Band member . . . friendly . . . conscientious worker. Girls’ Athletic Club 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Class Treas¬ urer 1, 2, 3 ; Comet Editorial 3 ; First Aid Club 2; F. T. A. Club I ; Prom Commit¬ tee 2 ; Student Council 1, 3 : Student Council Treasurer 3 ; Girls’ Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 15 SENIORS RICHARD HARDY Hardy . . . school a nec¬ essary evil . . . enjoys hunt¬ ing: and fishing: ... mis¬ chievous. LARRY HAWK Larry . . . mischievous student . . . school not a primary interest . . . en¬ joys driving: his Chrysler. Chess Club 1. BARRY HAWK Barry . . . quiet general student . . . doesn’t care for school . . . enjoys work¬ ing around cars. JOHN HEARN Hearnie . . . hard tack¬ ling end . . . enjoys all sports . . . flirtatious aca¬ demic student . . . neat dresser. Comet Editorial 3 ; Foot¬ ball J. V. 1 ; Varsity 2, 3; Ham Radio Club 2; Prom Committee 2 ; Student Coun¬ cil 1, 3 ; Track 1, 2, 3 ; Wrestling 1, 2, 3. CLASS CLOWNS Frank Narracci, Janice Rader 16 SENIORS JANET HECKMAN Janet . . . quiet secretarial student . . . active Glee Club member . . . enjoys library work. Comet Typist 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Library Club 2 ; Photography Club 1. JOHN HEDGECOCK John . . . fair complected academic student . . . ac¬ tive band member . . . con¬ scientious student. Athletics Club 2, 3 ; Band 1, 2, 3 ; Basketball 1 ; Comet Business 3 ; Ensemble 2, 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 3. DALE HENDERSHOT Dale . . . hot rod enthu¬ siast . . . not very fond of school . . . interested in art. Stagecraft Club 1, 2. BARBARA HUHN Barbara . . . serious, aca¬ demic student . . . active 4-H member . . . frequently on honor roll. Prom Committee 2 ; Dra¬ matic Club 1 ; Mixed En¬ semble 1 ; F.H.A. 3; First Aid Club 1 ; Girls’ Glee Club 1 ; Honor Society 3 ; Mixed Glee Club 2. CAROL JACKSON Carol . . . willing Blue and White editorial worker . . . good artist . . . talk¬ ative. Blue and White Editorial 1, 2, 3 ; Arts and Crafts 1 ; Drawing and Painting 2 ; Dramatics 3. MARGARET HENDERSHOT Peggy . . . enjoys dancing and roller skating . . . piz¬ za enthusiast . . . talkative. Library Club 2, 3 ; Senior Play Committee 3 ; Photog¬ raphy Club 1. JOAN HUNTER Joan . . . odd sense of humor . . . friendly . . . enjoys reading and sewing. Reading Club 1 ; Mixed Chorus 1 ; Girls’ Glee Club 2, 3; F. H. A. 2, 3; Science Project Club 1. SANDRA JONES Sandy . . . friendly, aca¬ demic student . . . softspok- en . . . pleasant personality. Athletic Club 1, 2; Dra¬ matic Club 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Knitting Club 1 ; Prom Committee 2 ; Ensemble 3 ; First Aid Club 2. 17 SENIORS JL. MILTON KELCHNER Milt . . . good, bass voice . . . active in choral groups . . . neat, blonde, crew-cut. District Chorus 2 ; En¬ semble 2, 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2. MIRIAM KESSLER Miriam . . . “silence is golden” . . . short, blonde, commercial student . . . shy. Knitting Club 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA KINDRED Pat . . . tall, blonde, com¬ mercial student . . . spends most of her spare time cooking or reading. First Aid Club 1 ; Knitting Club 2, 3 ; Home and Hobby Club 1, 2, 3. DONALD KLINE Klinie . . . happy-go-lucky . . . friendly disposition . . . school not his major inter¬ est . . . attractive smile. Prom Committee 2 : Track 1 ; Chess Club 1. CAROL KAMETLER Rosie . . . dark, attrac¬ tive cheerleader . . . enjoys dancing . . . trim figure . . . ardent football fan. Cheerleader J. V. 1 ; Var¬ sity 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2 ; Ensemble 3 ; First Aid Club 1 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Honor Society 1, 2, 3; Se¬ nior Play Cast 3 ; Prom Com¬ mittee 2 ; Senior Play Com¬ mittee 3 ; Student Council 2. DAVID KEMMERER Dave . . . enjoys teasing the girls, one in particular . . . interested in hot rod- ding . . . good dancer. Blue and White Editorial 3 ; Dramatic Club 1, 3 ; Foot¬ ball J. V. 1 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Track 1; Wrestling 1, 2. HOPE KLEPPINGER Hope . . . ambitious sec¬ retarial student . . . con¬ stant giggler . . . pleas¬ ing personality . . . hard worker . . . talkative at times. Comet Business 3 ; Drama¬ tic Club 1, 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Library Club 2. FREDERICK KEIM Fred . . . friendly and likable .. . fleet-footed full¬ back . . . enjoys tinkering with cars. Chess Club 1, 2 ; Class Vice President 3 ; Comet Editorial 3 ; Football J. V. 1 ; Var¬ sity 2 ; Manager 3 ; Ham Ra¬ dio Club 1, 2 ; F. T. A. Club 2, 3 ; Projectionist Club 1, 2 ; Wrestling I, 2; Man¬ ager 3. 18 SENIORS MARY ROSE LAURITO Mary Rose . . . peppy ma¬ jorette . . . talkative . . . great sense of humor . . . tiny, daring secretarial stu¬ dent. Knitting Club 1 ; Prom Committee 2 ; Senior Play Cast 3 ; Band Majorette 3 ; Comet Typist 3 ; Glee Club 2 . BARBARA KLOTZ Barbara . . . avid worker . • • friendly commercial student . . . ardent sports fan . . . loquacious. Knitting Club 1; Comet Editorial 3; Dramatic Club 2; F. H. A. 1; Girls’ Glee Club 3; Senior Play Prop¬ erty Committee 3 ; Painting Club 3. BARRY KRESGE Kresge . . . hot rod en¬ thusiast . . . not especially fond of school . . . enjoys taking life easy. MARILYN KRESSLEY Marilyn . . . pretty . . . rock and roll enthusiast . . . quite emotional . . . flirta¬ tious . . . long brown hair. Blue and White Editor 3 ; Blue and White Editorial 2, 3 ; Girls’ Glee Club 1, 2 ; Reading Club 1. MARY KRESGE Mary . . . pleasant . . . quiet secretarial student . . . proud owner of a diamond. Athletic Club 2, 3; First Aid Club 2. DAVID KRATZER David . . . wavy hair and dimples his trademark . . . talkative . . . casual . . . affable . . . favors snappy clothes. Comet Business 3 ; Drama¬ tic Club 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Prom Committee 2 ; Science Fair Projects 1 ; Home and Hobby Club 2. CONSTANCE LAHR Connie . . . attractive com¬ mercial student . . • five- year band member . . . neat dresser . . . flashes a pleas¬ ant smile. Knitting Club 2 ; Student Council 1 ; Girls’ Athletic Club 3 ; Band 1, 2, 3; Dra¬ matic Club 3. BEVERLY LEWIS Bev . . . soft spoken . . . not addicted to school . . . jovial commercial student . . . peculiar laugh. Knitting Club 3 ; Home and Hobby Club 3 ; Girls’ Athletic Club 2; First Aid Club 2. 19 SENIORS i t THOMAS LOPRESTI Tom . . . character . tall, dark college prep stu¬ dent . . . mischievous . . . tease . . . good chemistry student. Projectionist Club 2 ; Stagecraft Club 3 ; Wrestling 1, 2, 3; Reading Club 1 ; Ham Radio Club 1, 2. RONALD LUTZ Lutzie . . . partial to wearing black . . . reserved . . . grotesque sense of hu¬ mor. Reading Club 1 ; Science Fair Projects 1. RAYMOND MACKES Ray . . . quiet but friend¬ ly .. . plays clarinet in the band . . . favorite pas¬ times: tinkering with cars and dancing. Band 1, 2, 3 ; Dramatic Club 2, 3. NANCY MAGDITCH Nan . . . attractive . . . good sense of humor . . . enjoys drawing and painting. Comet Art 3 ; Knitting Club 1 ; Magazine Renewal Manaerer 3 : Painting Club 3. BEST MUSICIANS Delbert Cressman SENIORS MARTIN MANNING Martin . . . academic stu¬ dent . . . quiet but friendly . . . particularly interested in baseball. Baseball Varsity 1, 2, 3 ; College Board Review 3 ; Mathematics Club 3 ; Pro¬ jectionist Club 1, 2 ; Photog¬ raphy Club 1, 2. ROSE MARIE MAZZIE Rosie . . . natural wavy black hair . . . loads of laughs . . . pleasant per¬ sonality . . . enjoys danc¬ ing and driving. Dramatic Club 2, 3 ; F. H. A. 1 ; Knitting Club 2 ; Painting and Drawing Club 2 ; Senior Play Committee 8 . MERRITT McGRATH Mert . . . lots of fun . . . friendly personality . . . owns a hot Plymouth . . . enjoys hunting and fishing. Chess Club 1, 2 ; Ham Ra¬ dio Club 1 ; Home and Hobby Club 2, 3 ; Stagecraft Club 2 . ROBERT MEIXSELL Bobby . . . friendly busi¬ ness student . . . rough, tough football player . . . all around sports fan. Chess Club 1, 2 ; Football J. V. 1; Varsity 2, 3; Ham Radio 3; Track 1, 2, 3. ELSIE McGRATH Elsie . . . friendly . . . always ready to lend a help¬ ing hand. Knitting Club 1, 2, 3; Li¬ brary Club 2, 3. GRANT McNEAR Grant . . . fun-loving . . . friendly . . . swift charg¬ ing tackle . . . enjoys all sports. Chess Club 2 ; Football J. V. 1 ; Varsity 2, 3 ; Ham Radio Club 3 ; Projectionist Club 1, 2 ; Track Manager 2, 3. JEFFREY MARSH Jeff . . . college prep student . . . popular . . . dependable • • . outstanding fleet-footed fullback. Blue and White Editorial 2; Ensemble 2, 3 ; Football Varsity 1, 2, 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Prom Committee 2 ; Student Council 1, 2 ; Wrest¬ ling 1; Track 1, 2, 3 ; Cap¬ tain 3. DALE MENGEL Dale . . . friendly aca¬ demic student . . . blond wavy hair . - . math whiz . . . baseball and basket¬ ball enthusiast. Baseball Varsity 1, 2, 3 ; iBasketball Varsity 2, 3 ; Sportsmans Club 2, 3. 21 SENIORS NANCY METZGAR Nancy . . . cute, friend¬ ly .. . always ready for lots of fun and laughs. Library Club 2 ; Prom Committee 2 ; Athletic Club 1, 2, 3 ; Band 1, 2, 3 ; Dra¬ matic Club 3; Glee Club 2. WALTER MILLER Walt . . . dependable col¬ lege prep student . . . friendly . . . teacher’s pest . . . main interest is science. Boys Ensemble 3; College Board Review 3 ; Mixed En¬ semble 2, 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Honor Society 3 ; Science Fair Project 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Class Play 3. LINDA MERTZ Linda . . . loquacious . . . pleasing personality . . . l oves sports and dancing. Comet Editorial 3 ; Dra¬ matic Club 3 ; Girls’ Athletic Club 1 ; Girls’ Glee Club 1, 2; Prom Committee 2 ; Se¬ nior Play 3. STEPHEN MITCH Steve . . . has his quiet and devilish moments . . . friendly . . . enjoys hunt¬ ing and fishing. Ham Radio Club 3 ; Pro¬ jectionist Club 1, 2-; Stage¬ craft Club 3. SHERAN METZ Sheran . . . lots of fun . . . friendly personality . . . drives a Caddy . . . all around sports fan. First Aid Club 2; Knit¬ ting Club 2. FRANCES MIKSCH Fran . . . dependable sec¬ retarial student . . . en¬ thusiastic office practice worker . . . enjoys sports. Blue and White Typist 2 ; Girls’ Athletic Club 2 ; Girls’ Ensemble 3 ; Girls’ Glee Club 1 ; Ensemble 3 ; Mixed Glee Club 2, 3; Prom Commit¬ tee 2. STEPHANIE MITCH Stephanie . . . studious col¬ lege prep student . . . quiet but friendly . . . enjoys dancing and sports. Blue and White Editorial 2 ; Comet Editorial 3 ; Girls’ Athletic Club 1 ; Honor So¬ ciety 1, 2, 3; Mathematics Club 2; Prom Committee 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3. EDWARD MONDSCHEIN Eddie . . . fun when you know him . . . hot-rod en¬ thusiast . . . enjoys hunt¬ ing and fishing. 22 mmmm SENIORS RICHARD MUSCHLITZ Mousie . . . loads of fun . . . Car Club member . . . sports fan . . . enjoys hunt¬ ing and fishing. Football Manager 1, 2 ; Projectionist Club 2; Read¬ ing Club 1. FRANK NARRACCI Frankie • • . fun-loving business student . . . sociable . . . mischievous . . . big build . . . enjoys bowling . . . all around sports fan. Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3 ; Blue and White Editor 3 ; Blue and White Editorial 2, 3 ; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3 ; Glee Club 3; Library Club 2; Prom Committee 2 ; Se¬ nior Class Play 3 ; Student Council 1, 2, 3 ; Tennis 1, 2, 3 ; Manager 1. ROSEANN NOVERSEL Roseann . . . long brown hair . . . friendly secre¬ tarial student . . . peppy majorette . . . enjoys danc¬ ing and ice skating. Band Majorette 3; Comet Business 3 ; First Aid C.lub 1 ; Photography Club 1. ELAINE PETERS Elaine . . . cute . . . pleasant smile . . . neat dresser ... all around sports fan. F. H. A. 1; First Aid Club 1, 2; Knitting Club 2. CAROLYN NAGLE Carol . . . usually quiet . . . friendly . . . enjoys swimming and football games. Blue and White Editorial 2, 3; Reading Club 1. NANCY NOVERSEL Nancy . . . attractive sec¬ retarial student . . . high- stepping majorette talkative . . . enjoys bowl¬ ing and sports. Band Majorette 3; Comet Business 3; First Aid Club 1 ; Photography Club 1. ELEANOR PAULUS Eleanor . . . lots of fun . . . enthusiastic sports fan . . . enjoys dancing and bowling. First Aid Club 1 ; Photog¬ raphy Club 1. ELLEN PETERS Ellen ...small but mighty . . . possesses a gig¬ gle all her own . . . avid sports fan. F. H. A. 1; First Aid Club 1, 2 ; Knitting Club 2. 23 SENIORS PATRICIA POTOPE Pat . . . cute commercial student . . . high-stepping majorette . . . affable . . . enjoys dancing and swim¬ ming. Band Majorette 3; Comet Business 3 ; First Aid Club 1 ; Photography Club 1. JANICE RADER Janice . . . smiling, jok¬ ing, musically inclined, with a crazy personality . . . well- liked by all. Band 1, 2, 3 ; Ensemble 3 ; First Aid Club 1, 2 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Honor Society 1 ; District Chorus 3. MARY ANN POWELL Mary Ann . . . small and talkative commercial student . . . enjoys dancing. F. H. A. 1; First Aid Club 1 , 2 . THOMAS REBER Tommy . . . tall, dark haired academic student . . . . . . happiest when mischiev¬ ous . . . talkative . . . en¬ joys dancing and all sports. Chess Club 1, 2, 3; Ten¬ nis 2, 3. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Kay Fuls Thomas Smith ' VAiJitirAJiiU a i t ft )u in % Akf t SENIORS BRENDA REITER Brenda . . . petite and easy-going student . . . af¬ fable personality . . . always dependable. F. H. A. 1; First Aid Club 1, 2 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Prom Committee 2. BARRY RENNIE Barry . . . phlegmatic stu¬ dent . . . interested in tin¬ kering with his ’40 Dodge . . . not partial to school. Football J. V. 1; Ham Ra¬ dio Club 2, 3 ; Reading Club 1 . FREDERICK RESSLER Fritz . . . enthusiastic bowler . . . interested in cars . . . enjoys golfing and tennis. Basketball J. V. 1 ; Ham Radio Club 2, 3 ; Home and Hobby Club 1 ; Prom Com¬ mittee 2 ; Reading Club 1 ; Stagecraft Club 2 ; Tennis 1. 2, 3. DOUGLAS REYNOLDS Doug . . . bright, loqua¬ cious student . . . class clown . . . possesses a witty sense of humor . . . enjoys doodling. Band Color Guard 2, 3; Chess Club 1, 2, 3. JAMES RIEFENSTAHL Jim . . . affable personal¬ ity . . . possesses an ear to ear grin . . . has an odd sense of humor. Basketball 2 ; Chess Club 1, 2, 3 ; Dramatic Club 1 ; Ham Radio Club 2; Mathe¬ matics Club 3; Tennis 1, 2, KAREN ROTH Karen . . . quiet secre¬ tarial student . . . hard worker . . ■ possesses a bright smile and deep dim¬ ples. Comet Typist 3 ; Dramatic Club 2, 3 ; Reading Club 1 ; Prom Committee 2. HARVEY ROMANISHAN Harvey . . . hails from New York . . . likes dis¬ cussing history . . . enjoys telling jokes. Photography Club 2, 3 ; Projectionist Club 1. KNUTE ROTH Knute . . friendly per¬ sonality . . . inquisitive . . . witty sense of humor . . . hard worker. 25 SENIORS ' ■ A m ROBERT ROTH Rothie . • . good-looking . . . neat dresser . . . flirta¬ tious • . • comfortable in Bermuda shorts . . . active in sports. Baseball Varsity 1 ; Blue and White Editorial 1 ; Co- Editor 2 ; Editor 3 ; Football J. V. 1; Varsity 2, 3; F. T. A. Club 1,2; Glee Club 3. SHERWOOD ROTH Woody . . . red headed academic student . . . gets along well with Miss Sloat . . . friendly personality. Baseball J. V. 2; Varsity 3 ; Basketball Manager 1, 2 : Chess Club 2 ; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3 ; Science Fair Projects 1. LYNN ROTHROCK Rocky . . . active student council president with a friendly personality quick thinking quarterback. Baseball Varsity 1, 2, 3 ; Basketball Varsity 1, 2, 3 ; Chess Club 2; Football J. V. 1 ; Varsity 2, 3; Prom Committee 2 ; Student Coun¬ cil 1, 2, 3; President 3; Sportsmans Club 2, 3. Aik RICHARD RUNDLE Rich . . . active, assiduous college prep student . . . friendly . . . dependable . . . enjoys tennis. Band Color Guard 1 ; Bas¬ ketball Manager 1 ; Chess Club 1, 2, 3; Class Vice President 2 ; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3 ; Mixed Ensemble 3 ; Mixed Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 3 ; President 3; Prom Committee 2 ; Sci¬ ence Fair Projects 1 ; Se¬ nior Class Play 3 ; Student Council 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Boys’ Ensemble 3. i nr GORDON RUHF Moogy . . . hard charging guard • • . interested in science. Football J. V. 1 ; Varsity 2, 3; Prom Committee 2; Science Fair Projects 1, 2, 3; Track 1. SHARON SANDT Sharon . . . industrious six-year band member . . . cordial personality . . . en¬ joys glee club and sports. Girls ' Athletic Club 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Band Li¬ brarian 3; Blue and White Editorial 2; First Aid Club 1 ; Knitting Club 1 ; Girls’ Glee Club 2, Mixed Glee Club 3. WILMA SCHAADT Willy . . . quiet, practi¬ cal arts student . . . car enthusiast . . . enjoys danc¬ ing . . . plans modeling fu¬ ture. Girls’ Athletic Club 1 ; Art Club 2 ; Home and Hobby Club 1; First Aid 1. DIANE SCHLEGEL Diane . . . peppy cheer¬ leader . . . student direc¬ tor of the senior class play . . . avid sports enthusiast. Girls’ Athletic Club 1, 2, 3 ; Cheerleader J. V. 2 ; Var¬ sity 3 ; Dramatic Club 2; Prom Committee 2; Honor Society 1 ; Senior Class Play 3; Student Council 3; Ten¬ nis Club 2. A 26 SENIORS BEVERLY SCHLEICHER Bev . . . never a dull moment when she’s around . . . always on the move . . . enjoys Glee Club. Girls’ Athletic Club 1, 2, 3 ; Girls’ Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Knitting Club 1 ; Prom Com¬ mittee 2. ) BONNIE SCHUTT Bonnie . . . popular high stepping band majorette . . . assiduous, sanguine student . . . avid sports fan. Girls ' Athletic Club 1, 2, 3 ; Band Majorette 3; Blue and White Editorial 2 ; Hon¬ or Society 2 ; Prom Com¬ mittee 2; Senior Class Play 3 ; Student Council 1, 2 ; Mathematics Club 3. ROBERT SCROCE Diffident but affable stu¬ dent . . • Broad shoulders . . . interested in radios. Football J. V. 1; Ham Radio Club 1, 2, 3 ; Pro¬ jectionist Club 2 ; Home and Hobby Club 2. DANIEL SCHMOYER Danny . . . reticent and diffident . • . enjoys all sports especially baseball . . . often called Yogi. Athletic Club 2; Baseball Varsity 1; Basketball J. V. 1 ; Varsity 2 ; Football J. C. 1; Varsity 2. ROBERT SCOBO Bobby . . . mischievous, phlegmatic student . . . not partial to school . . . active in basketball. Basketball J. V. 1, 2 ; Varsity 3 ; Sportsmans Club 2 . WILLIAM SHOOK Bill . . . rugged football end . . . enjoys playing basketball . . . mischievous at times. Baseball Varsity 1 ; Bas¬ ketball J. V. 1 ; Co-Captain 1 ; Varsity 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1; Football Varsity 1, 2, 3; Ham Radio Club 1 ; Prom Committee 2; Sports¬ mans Club 2, 3. DAVID SIEBLER Dave . . . speedy football end . . . friendly • . . not fond of school . . . enjoys hunting and fishing. Football J. V. 1, 2; Var¬ sity 3 ; Stagecraft Club 1, 2. CRAIG SIEGFRIED Sieggy . . . active aca¬ demic student . . . small but mighty . . . friendly . . . likely to succeed. Ensemble 2; Glee Club 1, 2. 3. 27 SENIORS GLORIA SLUTTER Gloria . . . makes many jokes . . . affable personal¬ ity . . . ardent sports fan . . . enjoys dancing and driving. Girls’ Athletic Club 1, 2, 3 ; Comet Editorial 2, 3; First Aid Club 1, 2 ; Girls’ Glee Club 1 ; Knitting Club 1 . MARY ANN SMITH Mary Ann . . . sports en¬ thusiast . . . cordial com¬ mercial student . . . school force of habit. Girls’ Athletic Club 1, 2, 3; First Aid Club 1. THOMAS SMITH Tom . . . hard working class president . . . enjoys Glee Club and chess. Basketball Manager 1 ; Chess Club 1, 2, 3 ; Captain 2, 3 ; Class President 1, 2, 3 ; Boys’ Ensemble 3 ; Mixed Glee Club 1. 2, 3 ; Honor Society 3 ; Vice-President 3 ; Prom Committee 2, 3 ; Stu¬ dent Council 3; Vice Presi¬ dent 3 ; Track 1. JUDITH SMITH Judy . . . friendly secre¬ tarial student with a win¬ some smile . . . enjoys participating in sports. Girls’ Athletic Club 1, 2, 3; Comet Editorial 2, 3 ; First Aid Club 2 ; Science Fair Projects Club 1. BEST ARTISTS William Allen Edythe Browne SENIORS CHARLES SPOHN Charlie . . . flashes a friendly smile . . . mischie¬ vous class clown . . . con¬ siders school a necessary evil. Baseball Manager 1, 2 ; Chess Club 1, 2 ; Football J. V. 1 ; Home and Hobby Club 1 ; Science Fair Proj¬ ects 1 ; Sportsmans Club 3. EMMA STETLER Emma . . . loquacious to those who know her . . . interested in art . . . rock ’n roll fan. F. H .A. Club 1 ; Knitting Club 1, 2, 3. SANDRA SMOYER Sandy . . . affable, will¬ ing worker . . . enjoys mu¬ sic and participating in sports. Girls’ Athletic Club 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 1, 2 ; F. T. A. 3 ; Girls’ Glee Club 1 ; Mixed Glee Club 2, 3 ; Honor So¬ ciety 1, 2. CASSANDRA STROBL Cass . . . loquacious com¬ mercial student . . . affable personality . . . flashes a bright smile. Comet Business 3 ; F.H.A. Club 2, 3 ; First Aid Club 1 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Knitting Club 1. DIANE SNYDER Diane . . . sociable stu¬ dent ... a fondness for singing . . . enjoys chess. Chess Club 2 ; Girls’ Glee Club 1, 2 ; Mixed Glee Club 3 ; Science Fair Projects 1. ELEANORA STROBL Ellie . . . peppy cheer¬ leader . . . possesses a bright smile . . . well liked . . . avid sports fan. Cheerjeading J. Y. 1, Var¬ sity 2, 3 ; Dramatic Club 2 ; First Aid Club 1 ; Girls’ Athletic Club 1, 2, 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3. .M . WILLIAM STECKEL Bill . . . dependable aca¬ demic student . . . hefty build . . . well liked . . . enjoys sports. Football J. Y. 1. 2; Var¬ sity 3 ; Ham Radio Club 3; Projectionist Club 1 ; Prom Committee 2 ; Stagecraft Club, President 1, 2, 3 ; Track Manager 1, 2, 3. JEANNE STOFFLET Jeanne . . . loquacious art student . . . likes to clown around . . . keen sense of humor . . . enjoys sports. Art Club 2 ; Girls’ Athletic Club 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 29 SENIORS JO ANN TANHAUSER Jo Ann . . . hard working commercial student petite and quiet . . . al¬ ways dependable. Blue and White Typist 2 ; Comet Business 3 ; F. H. A. Club 1, 3 ; Knitting Club 1 ; Glee Club 2, 3. RONALD TEEL Teelie . . . friendly . . . hot rod enthusiast . . . not especially interested in school. Chess Club 3 ; Projectionist Club 2 ; Stagecraft Club 3. PATRICIA THOMAS Pat . . . short and slen der . . . amicable . . . favo- rite pastimes are dancing and singing. Glee Club 2 ; Knitting Club 3. MARY TRANSUE Mary . . . friendly but quiet business student . . . taciturn . . . favorite past¬ time is roller skating. Girls’ Athletic Club 1. ROBERT TAVIANINI Tavi . . . mischievous . . . considers school a necessary evil . . . daring teachers’ pest. Projectionist Club 1 ; Science Fair Projects 1. ALBERT TOTH Hindu . . . good natured academic student . . . so¬ ciable . . . Assistant Student Band Director . . . inter¬ ested in girls. Band 1, 2, 3 ; Baseball Varsity 2, 3 ; Basketball Var¬ sity 1, 2, 3; Co-Captain 3; Projectionist Club 2 ; Prom Committee 2 ; Sportsman ' s Club 2, 3; Stagecraft Club 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3. JUNE THOMAS June . . . hard working commercial student diffident . . . active in sports. Athletic Club 2, 3 ; Knit¬ ting Club 1, 3 ; Science Fair Projects 1. MARY EL TOPPING Mary El . . . energetic academic student . . . talk¬ ative . . . willing worker . . . fond of dancing and ice skating. Athletic Club 1, 2. 3 ; F. T. A. Club 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Honor Society 1 ; Prom Committee 2 ; Science Fair Projects 1. 30 EWW iwwtfmv 1 SENIORS MARIAN VAN HORN Marian . . . pleasant smile . . . friendly blue-eyed stu¬ dent . . . enjoys sports and ice skating. Blue and White Typist 2 ; F. H. A. 1 ; Library Club 2. WARREN WEIST Warren . . . quiet and re¬ served . . . practical arts student . . . spends his spare time watching television. Blue and White Business 3 ; Projectionist Club 1, 2 ; Science Fair Projects 2 ; Photography Club 3. BARBARA WALLACE Barb . . . ever ready smile . . . blonde haired practical arts student . . . fond of drawing. Girls’ Athletic Club 1, 2, 3 ; F. H. A. Club 2 ; Library Club 2, 3 ; Science Fair Proj¬ ect 1 ; Painting Club 3. PATRICIA WEINHOFER Pat . . . tall, peppy major¬ ette . . . demure college prep student . . . willing and reliable worker . . . enjoys swimming. Band Majorette 2, 3 ; Col¬ lege Boards Club 2, 3 ; Prom Committee 2 ; Science Fair Projects 1 ; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3 ; Mathematics Club 3. ROBERT WASHKO Bob . . . friendly college prep student . . . mischie¬ vous at times . . . enjoys dancing and hunting. Chess Club 1, 2 ; College Boards Club 3 ; Home and Hobby Club 1 ; Sportsmans Club 2 ; Wrestling 1. ALICE WEIST Alice . . . easy to get along with . . . cordial . . . favorite pastimes are danc¬ ing and sewing . . . con¬ genial. Knitting Club 1, 2, 3. RICHARD WAGNER Dick . . . affable person¬ ality . . . business student . . . fond of sports and tink¬ ering with cars . . . well liked . . . good looking. Football J. V. 1, Varsity 2, 3 ; Prom Committee 2; Stagecraft Club 3. EDWARD WERNER Ed . • . practical arts student . . . interested in farming . . . fond of sports . . . full of fun. College Board 2, 3 ; Home and Hobby Club 1. 31 SENIORS JOHN WERNER John . . . good sense of humor . . . happy-go-lucky . . . interested in sports and hunting. Home and Hobby Club 1, 2. 3. JUDITH WILLIMET Judy . . . dependable com¬ mercial student . . . pleas¬ ant disposition . . . neat dresser . . . especially fond of golf. Class Secretary 1, 2, 3 ; Comet Business 3, Comet Editorial 3 ; Dramatic Club 2, 3 ; First Aid Club 1 ; Hon¬ or Society 3, Treasurer 3 ; Prom Committee 2 ; Senior Play Committee 2 ; Student Council 1. SANDRA WOLFE Sandy . . . friendly com¬ mercial student . . .an en¬ thusiastic football fan . . . always lots of fun. Athletic Club 2, 3 ; Comet Business 3; Comet Typing 3 ; Knitting Club 1. RALPH YOB Ralph . . . pleasant per¬ sonality . . . business stu¬ dent . . . interested in work¬ ing on cars and dancing, RUTH ANN YOUNG Ruthie . . . grotesque sense of humor . . . attrac¬ tive . . . popular . . . three- year band member . . . en¬ joys dancing. Band 1, 2, 3; Blue and White Editorial 1, 2, 3; Co-Editor 2, 3 ; Class His¬ torian 3 ; First Aid Club 1 ; Student Council 2, 3. t CHARLES WUNDERLY Chuck . . . tall and friend¬ ly practical arts student . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . quiet at times. Blue and White Typist 3; Chess Club 1 ; Projectionist Club 2. PATRICIA ZIMITZ Pat . . . lots of fun . . . friendly . . . pleasant smile . . . neat dresser . . . en¬ joys driving. Blue and White Typist 2 ; Comet Typist 3 ; Glee Club 2; Knitting Club 1. ROBERT YOST Bob . . . friendly . . . dark-haired business student baseball and hunting his fa¬ vorite pastimes. 32 DEDICATION HAROLD BAUER GOOD-BYE He has been taken from us, and we grieve for him. Our selfish hearts are filled with anguish. Our human tears are shed out of our own self-pity. Blinded by our loss, we, with our worldly minds, cannot perceive that he has departed to a place more beau¬ tiful than can be expressed by words. It was not his will. The Master took him to share of His treasures. Someday soon we shall all be reunited in that place— Heaven. 33 JUNIORS SECRETARY Carol Yeisley PRESIDENT Paul Elkins TREASURER Mary Louise Seyfried ADVISER Robert B. Reichard VICE PRESIDENT Barry Smith ROW 1: Delores Burritsch, Trudie Ackerman, Eva Boyer, Joy Benfield, Jane Antoine, Kathleen Bill- heimer, Sharon Bleam, Diane Barth. ROW 2: Den¬ nis Bartholomew, Curtis Anthony, Andrew Beam, Peggy Jo Betz, Kay Bensing, David Board, Delbert Buss. ROW 3: Ernest Buller, David Bowers, Thomas Bartholomew, Rudy Amberger, Richard Buss, Ted Barr, Bill Bendel Edward Buss, Dale Audenried, Robert Bill. 34 JUNIORS ROW 1: Joanne Golla, Ann Dulac, Carole Fehr, Irene Gostony, Lucille Gordon, Evelyn Gove, Shir¬ ley Getz, Carolyn Fehr. ROW 2: Brenda Gehman, Anna Ferraro, Renea Ginder, Susan Cvammen, San¬ dra Butz, Julianne Csernak, Janet Eckhart, Sandra Feller. ROW 3: John Clewell, Bruce Frace, Thomas Fehnel, Robert Ferretti, Robert Freeman, Stanley Fehr, Albino Giotto, Lester Butz, Paul Elkins, Rol- lin Fluck. ROW 1: Sharon Kotulka, Marilyn Gulick, Faith Houser, Nancy Jurasits, Renee Koehler, Meredith Johnson, Helen Haberle, Anne Kostebader. ROW 2: Carol Houser, Catherine Hunt, Linda Honszer, John Kressley, Jane Hahn, Judith Hahn, Kathleen Hag- enbuch. ROW 3: Thomas Hahn, Victor Haldeman, Barry Kershner, Ronald Kuhns, James Himler, Jef¬ fery Hahn, Ernest Krock, Stephen Kraemer, Dale Hendershot, Robert Hahn. 35 JUNIORS ROW 1: Sandra Michael, Linda Morris, Lois Miller, Joyce Muschlitz, Nancy Letson, Elizabeth O’Sulli¬ van, Sally McGonigle, Arlene Mabus. ROW 2: Ray¬ mond Oswald, JoAnne Lerch, Doris Meixsell, Judith- ann Noecker, Carol Miller, Patricia Laudenbach, Robert Peters, Joseph LoCicero, Stanley Metz. ROW 3: Chris Miller, Allen Miklas, Orville Mack, Donald Miller, Charles Peischl, Daniel Nagy, Francis Macy, Ronald Mahorsky, William Neigh, Lawrence Mur¬ phy, James Muschlitz, Robert Miklas, Dennis Olen- wine, Ronald Snyder, John Masters. ROW 1: Catherine Smith, Marie Smith, Gail Pritch¬ ard, Carolann Sakasitz, Carolynn Sakasitz, Doro¬ thea Smith, Mary Seyfried, Virginia Ott. ROW 2: Frederick Recker, Mary Richards, Winifred Seig- fried, Nancy Schoeneberger, Judith Samler, Joann Reppert, Brian Roth. ROW 3: Harold Siegel, Ellis Plowman, Glen Rissmiller, Barry Rinker, David Schultz, Thomas Seaton, William Sandt, Dale Sandt. 36 JUNIORS ROW 1: Sharon Stofflet, Toma Walters, Cecelia Wilson, Dolores Ventin, Pearl Snyder, Sandra Walters, Bonnie Wolfe, Ilene Suter. ROW 2: Wil¬ liam Sterner, Helen Wentzell, Susan Starner, Carol Yeisley, Leona Thomas, Richard Weiss, Nicholas Viglione. ROW 3: Franklin Thompson, William Stocklas, David Teada, Arthur Spangenberg, Eu¬ gene Zurowski, Kenneth Stimmel, Warren Snyder, Samuel Werkheiser, John Thomas, Wilbur vonSteu- ben, Neal Sprague. Prom Planning Committee begins work for Spring Adventure. SEATED: Gale Moyer and Mary Louise Seyfried; STANDING: Carol Houser and Cath¬ erine Hunt. Coach Kessler exercises “body English” in an at tempt to gain a Nazareth score. 37 SOPHOMORES VICE PRESIDENT: Larry Roth V TREASURER: Virginia Elkins PRESIDENT: Bernard Hahn ADVISER: Mrs. A. Jane Bleiler SECRETARY: Sandra Lichner j HISTORIAN: Jean Falcone ROW 1: Lois Billheimer, Janet Burkholder, Beverly Buzas, JoAnn Ahles, Kaj Baker, Sheila Bender, Nancy Christman, Carol Bush. ROW 2: Gregory Bill, Barry Betz, Doris Bealer, Anna Cressman, Linda Cressman, Patricia Cumberland, Joseph Condomitti. ROW 3: Bruce Applegate, Gerald Brace, John Christman, Daniel Bartron, John Brobston, Ernest Arduini, Scott Bowers. 38 SOPHOMORES ROW 1: Mary Ann Ferretti, Betty Hawk, Carol Hann, Barbara Fry, June Flick, Constance Gavin, Jean Falcone, Virginia Elkins. ROW 2: Bernard Hahn, Lonnie Merritt, Donna Foltz, Alvera Flyte, Katherine Franczak, Bonnie Filchner, Terry Hand- werk. ROW 3: William Dech, Harry Graack, Robert Dilcherd, James Ewadinger, Louis Dax, Drew Haftl, Edward Frace, William Grucella. ROW 1: Susan Krauss, Jane Leh, Katherine Kess¬ ler, Judy Hunt, Janice Kresge, Gloria Lambert, Diane Kalapick, Shirley Hoff. ROW 2: Richard Keck, Craig Leake, Veronica Jurasits, Virginia Hert- zog, Sandra Houser, Holly Hess, Larry Hoch. ROW 3: Willard Laubach, James Jones, Fred Kindt, John Johnson, Leonard Kunkel, Thomas LaBarre, Ken¬ neth Huhn, Harold Kump. 39 SOPHOMORES ROW 1: Dolla Miltenberger, Cynthia Mackes, Alice Lynn, Marlene Matthias, Joan Owens, Linda Marth, Constance Olson, Sandra Lichner. ROW 2: Eileen Moll, A rlene Pysher, Judith Philip, Carol Messer- schmidt, Elaine Longley, Phyllis Lindenmoyer, Doris Lewis, Linda Peters. ROW 3: Greg Potts, Barry Nottle, Louis Marth, John Rampulla, John Long, Glenn Newhart. ROW 1: Judy Seip, Judy Schutt, Susan Rhoades, Jane Roth, Nancy Sisolak, Cheryl Ritter, Wilhel- mina Richenbacher, Sharon Simons. ROW 2: Robert Saltern, Dale Ruhf, Christine Reynolds, Carol Ruth, Constance Seigfried, Judith Sandt, Joseph Seyer. ROW 3: Glenn Rissmiller, Ronald Serfass, Nicholas Romanishan, Frank Reichart, James Schultz, Roy Rogers, Gary Sharer. 40 SOPHOMORES ROW 1: Linda VanGorden, Lynn Steckel, Nancy Trinkley, Betty Trach, Carol Wentzell, Diane Werk- heiser, Eleanor West, Mary Ann Soffera. ROW 2: Andrew Young, Dale Williamson, David Yankowy, Larry Werkheiser, John Stier, Richard Sysko, Barry Smith. ROW 3: Robert Stocklas, George Spence, Larry Snyder, Richard Uttley, Eugene Solt, Richard Teel. Sophomore Student Council members serve their peers between halves of a Basketball Game. Cheerleaders whip up enthusiasm before the an¬ nual “beat Wilson” bonfire rally. 41 RECORD BREAKING BLIZZARDS OF ’61 s ft! ■f VJ ■ " ' V t . ■ Due to the rare occurrance of several hazardous and crippling storms during the 1960-61 season, a page of the Comet has been reserved for the purpose of dramatiz¬ ing the effect of the last and most severe of these blizzards. The isolated community of Nazareth was stifled by almost 20 inches of snow. Community transportation was halted, public services were hindered, and the students naturally rejoiced over their welcome vacation. Mr. Eckert attempts to lessen the exorbitant amount of snow. The athletic field is transformed into a sea of snow. A view of the upper portion of the school showing the great amount of snowfall. 42 . 8 you; rv 2 , Sports wmm ROW 1: Walter Fry, Lynn Rothrock, Larry Roth, Albert Toth, Richard Garr, Ronald Gold, Joseph Csernak, Neal Sprague, Bruce Burley. ROW 2: Philip Marth, Lester Butz, Donald Altemose, Louis Dax, Delbert Buss, Sherwood Roth, Samuel Werk- heiser, Stanley Fehr, Barry Rinker, Coach Leh. ROW 3: Glenn Newhard, Bailey Hartman, David Schultz, William Grucela, Fredrick Nolf, Martin Manning, William Neigh, Dale Mengel. Larry Roth snags a throw to first base. BASEBALL SCHEDULE OPP. NAHS Bangor .5 8 Whitehall.6 0 PenArgyl .6 9 East Stroudsburg .1 9 Bangor.2 7 Wilson .6 6 PenArgyl .5 10 Coplay . .. ..0 1 Southern Lehigh .11 7 Fountain Hill .3 10 Parkland .3 0 Hellertown .7 4 Wilson .7 3 44 The throw to Larry Roth retires a Coplay runner. The Blue Eagle Baseball Team had a fairly successful season in 1960. Although their record was seven wins and five losses, the team was leading the Lehigh-Northamp- ton League until after the Hellertown game. The three straight league losses at the end of the season dropped the Eagles to third place in league standings. Larry Roth led the Blue Eagle batters with a .452 average. Walter Fry was run¬ ner-up with .420. Ronald Gold led the pitch¬ ers with 4 wins and 2 losses including a shutout in the Coplay game. Don Altemose had a 3 and 2 record. Bruce Burley awaits a pitch. 45 MEET THE “BLUE EAGLES” ROW 1: Grant McNear, Robert Meixsell, Delbert Cressman, William Allen, John Hearn, Robert Roth, Jeffrey Marsh, Walter Fry, Gordon Ruhf. ROW 2: Ronald Mahorsky, Richard Wagner, William Shook, William Steckel, Robert Miklas, David Seib- ler, Robert Freeman, Lynn Rothrock. ROW 3: Dale ROW 1: Coaches Hayne, Christman, Amoroso. ROW 2: Coaches Owens and Roth. Audenried, Robert Bill, Warren Snydpr, Bari ' y Rinker, Allen Miklas, Ernest Arduini, Stanley Metz, Barry Smith, Richard Buss. ROW 4: Gregory Brock, John Brobston, Managers; Larry Roth, Stanley Fehr, Frank Groller, Alan McNear, Glenwood Riss- miller, Larry Snyder, Fredrick Keim, Manager. I960 VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Sept. 10 Berwick . OPP. .20 NAHS 26 Sept. 17 Hellertown . .13 13 Oct. 1 Whitehall . . 0 33 Oct. 8 Parkland . . 7 56 Oct. 14 Washington, N. J. 0 39 Oct. 22 Pen Argyl . . .6 14 Oct. 29 Bangor . . 0 7 Nov. 5 Northampton . . . .12 19 Nov. 12 East Stroudsburg 7 7 Nov. 24 Wilson. .33 14 Denotes Lehigh-Northampton League games 46 Grant McNear Walter Fry Jeffrey Marsh Robert Meixell Delbert Cressman Robert Roth SI! S!Sir« »,M Lynn Rothrock David Siebler Gordon Ruhf John Hearn mw ' William Steckel Richard Wagner William Shook William Allen “BLUE EAGLES” SAIL ON Allan McNear attempts to evade charging opponents. fiob p ya V e em a„ step s ° Ut ' io„. FOOTBALL FACTS OPP. NAHS Times kicked off. . . 26 44 Times punted . . . 29 22 Average yards per punt . . . . 28 36 Passes attempted . . . 87 121 Passes completed . . . 34 54 Total yards passing . . . . . . 535 845 Total yards scrimmage . . ..1731 1746 Total first downs . . . 110 101 Fumbles . . . 29 24 Fumbles lost . . . 12 13 Total points . . . 104 228 Jeff Marsh eludes a tackier in the Bangor game. IKt TO SUCCESSFUL SEASON Walt Fry springs Bob Freeman loose. A Parkland ball carrier is tackled by an unidentified Nazareth player. Bob Freeman plows for yardage against Wilson. Jeff H i ' sh McNear and gam e - 49 OUR PEPPY CHEERLEADERS ROW 1: Edythe Browne, Rebecca Bartholomew, Carol Yeisley, Diane Schlegel. ROW 2: Mary Louise Seyfried, Eleanora Strobl, Carol Kametler, JoAnne Bartron. The Blue Eagles Football Team finished the 1960 season with a 7-1-2 record, placing third in the Lehigh-Northampton League. The “Big Blue” ope ned the season with an impressive 26-20 win over the Berwick Bulldogs. Jeff Marsh scored four touch¬ downs on long runs. The following week the “Big Blue” had to come from behind to tie Hellertown 13-13. Jeff Marsh scored the first touchdown with an endrun. Later, with 45 seconds remain¬ ing in the game, Lynn Rothrock sneaked over from the two to climax a 55-yard drive. After a week’s vacation, the Nazareth steamroller was in high gear as the team defeated Whitehall 33-0. Bob Freeman scored two touchdowns and Jeff Marsh, Wal¬ ter Fry, and John Hearn each added one. The “Big Blue” kept going as Parkland fell 56-7. The team made only four first downs because it scored on long runs al¬ most every time it got the ball. Bill Shook’s field goal highlighted the scoring. The following Friday night Nazareth traveled to Washington, N. J. where it dealt t he Blue Streaks a 39-6 drubbing. Bob Freeman led the “Big Blue” by scoring three touchdowns, with Larry Roth, Jeff Marsh, and Walter Fry each contributing one. Pen Argyl scared the “Big Blue” by draw¬ ing first blood and holding them scoreless for three periods. Lynn Rothrock sneaked for the first touchdown and Bob Freeman added the second on an off-taekle slant. Nazareth won 14-6. The league-leading Bangor Slaters were the next Nazareth victims. Jeff Marsh’s 61-yard run with a Rothrock pass provided the game’s only score as the “Big Blue” won 7-0. Through a great team effort, the “Big Blue” defeated Northampton 19-1‘2. Nazareth led 12-0 at half time, with touchdowns by Jeff Marsh and Bob Freeman. Northampton battled back in the second half and knotted the score at 12-12. Later in the game Lynn Rothrock passed to Warren Snyder for the winning touchdown. The following Saturday the “Big Blue” was tied 7-7 by a fired up East Stroudsburg team. The “Blue” scored first on Rothrock’s pass to Hearn, but the Cavaliers fought back and tallied to tie the game. The Thanksgiving Day game in Cotting- ham Stadium became the Waterloo for Naza¬ reth. The “Big Blue” suffered their first defeat at the hands of the Wilson Warriors 33-14. The Warriors practically dominated the game and became league champions. Bob Freeman and John Hearn each scored once in a losing cause. 50 EAGLES FOR THE FUTURE £1 Rothrock fades for long forward pass. 1960 J. V. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Opp. NAHS Sept. 26 Hellertown 6 19 Oct. 3 Whitehall .19 6 Oct. 10 Parkland 12 18 Oct. 17 Wilson 33 0 Oct. 24 PenArgyl 35 0 Oct. 31 Bangor 7 0 Nov. 7 East Stroudsburg 7 0 ROW 1: Greg Brock, Wayne Kuhns, Joseph Lichner, Nick Drosnock, Frank Deutsch, Robert Bayda, Ron¬ ald Serfass, Lonnie Herritt, Larry Snyder, Gerald Brace, Glenn Gold. ROW 2: James Wilson, Jack Deichman, Richard Douglas, Ted Lewis, James Herceg, Michael Mahorsky, Dale Williamson, Larry Murphy, Louis Dax, Dale Sandt, Robert Marsh. ROW 3: John Long, Jim Deichman, Harold Klump, Craig Alpaugh, Larry Resser, Frederick Knecht, Dale Lindenmoyer, William Granda, Scott Bowers, Charles Schoeneberger. ROW 4: Coach Guy Owens, Ronald Beers, Richard Keck, Larry Heckman, Larry Johnson, Gary Nagel, Douglas Filchner, Joseph Gostony, Coach Bruce Hayne. 51 EAGLES PLACE SECOND IN LEAGUE JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS ROW 1: Ilene Suter, Sandy Lichner. ROW 2: Bonnie Wolfe, Nancy Letson, Dale Ruhf. Lois Miller. 52 VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD KNEELING: Larry Roth, Robert Fre eman, Bernard Schultz, Kenneth Butz, William Shook, Ronald Gold, Hahn, Albert Toth, Dale Mengel, Robert Scobo. Coach Melvin Kessler. STANDING: Lynn Rothrock, George Jones, David The Blue Eagles had a fair first half and placed in a deadlock, along with Hellertown, for third place. In the second half, the Blue Eagles fared better. Ken Butz became the first player in Nazareth High School history to score 1,000 J. V. BASKETBALL Opp. NAHS Dec. 2 Whitehall 58 28 Jan. 24 ♦East Stroudsburg 43 49 Dec. 6 Easton 59 31 Jan. 27 ♦Pen Argyl 53 49 Dec. 9 Emmaus 62 40 Jan. 31 Phillipsb’g, N. J. 53 33 Dev. 13 East Stroudsburg 47 55 Feb. 3 ♦Bangor 52 53 Dec. 16 ♦Pen Argyl 60 54 Feb. 7 ♦Hellertown 52 42 Dec. 20 Phillipsb’g, N. J. 54 69 Feb. 10 ♦Parkland 62 31 Jan. 3 Hellertown 37 33 Feb. 14 ♦Fountain Hill 58 49 Jan. 6 ♦Parkland 60 44 Feb. 17 ♦Wilson 63 53 Jan. 10 ♦Fountain Hill 62 13 Feb. 21 ♦Coplay 38 56 Jan. 13 ♦Wilson 50 57 ♦Lehigh-Northampton League Jan. 17 ♦Coplay 49 56 Games. Jan. 18 ♦Bangor 30 54 points during his Varsity career. In independent play, the Eagles placed second in the Lehigh-Valley Christmas Tour¬ nament. The Big Blue compiled a 6 - 2 record against non-league competition. VARSITY BASKETBALL Opp. NAHS Dec. 2 Whitehall 36 49 Jan. 18 ♦Bangor 29 69 Dec. 6 Easton 58 57 Jan. 24 ♦East Stroudsburg 28 58 Dec. 9 Emmaus 58 70 Jan.27 ♦Pen Argyl 46 70 Dec. 13 ♦East Stroudsburg 30 63 Jan. 31 Phillipsb’g, N. J. 57 80 Dec. 16 ♦Pen Argyl 32 75 Feb. 3 ♦Bangor 41 61 Dec. 20 Phillipsb’g, N. J. 57 58 Feb. 7 ♦Hellertown 60 74 Dec. ♦♦Northampton 39 58 Feb. 10 ♦Parkland 47 46 Dec. ♦♦Coplay 51 80 Feb. 14 ♦Fountain Hill 60 71 Dec. ♦♦Parkland 56 38 Feb. 17 ♦Wilson 47 38 Jan. 3 ♦Hellertown 57 49 Feb. 21 ♦Coplay 56 82 Jan. 6 ♦Parkland 32 40 ♦Lehigh-Northampton League Jan. 10 ♦Fountain Hill 59 55 Games. Jan. 13 ♦Wilson 39 34 ♦♦Christmas Tournament. Jan. 17 ♦Coplay 39 59 J. V. BASKETBALL SQUAD KNEELING: Bernard Hahn, George Strobl, Larry Werkheiser, Barry Smith, Ronald Serfass, Robert Saltern. STANDING: William Grucella, Mgr.; Paul Elkin s, James Ewadinger, E. Bailey Hartman, Rich¬ ard Uttley, David Bowers, Daniel Bartron, Louis Dax, Coach Marlyn Roth. — NETMEN REBUILD FOR FUTURE Richard Rundle backhands an opponent’s volley. 1960 TENNIS SCHEDULE Opp. NAHS April 19 Easton 5 1 22 Bethlehem 6 0 26 Allentown 6 0 29 Reading 5 0 May 3 Dieruff 0 6 6 Easton 6 0 10 Bethlehem 6 0 13 Allentown 6 0 17 Reading 4 9 Lu 20 Dieruff 0 6 ROW 1: Richard Keck, David Bowers, Frederick Ressler, Richard Rundle, George Allen, Scott Bow¬ ers, Bernard Hahn. ROW 2: Coach Christman, Harry Graack, Frank Narracci, Robert Sawyer, Richard Rhoades, Thomas Reber, James Riefenstahl, Craig Leake. “Rebuilding for the future” were the keywords as the Blue Eagles tennis squad compiled a 2 - 8 record. Three seniors, George Allen, Richard Rhoades, and Robert Saw¬ yer, were lost by graduation. Dieruff High School of Allentown in its first year of varsity competition, was the team that provided the Naza¬ reth “netmen” with their two victories. All indications point toward a more successful season in 1961. Frederick Ressler puts everything into his serve. 54 TRACKMEN BREAK PREVIOUS RECORDS ROW 1: Kenneth Butz, Joseph Merola, Coach Aires, Jeffrey Marsh, Warren Snyder. ROW 2: Richard Fox, Ronald Snyder, Lawrence Murphy, William Allen, Thomas Seaton, Grant McNear. ROW 3: Wil¬ liam Steckel, Robert Meixsell, Delbert Cressman, Richard Buss, Gary Werkheiser, Dale Kratz. ROW 4: John Hedgecock, John Hearn, Wayne Fehr, Frank Groller, Conrad Bowers, David Teada. Nazareth’s Eagles placed third in the Lehigh-North- ampton League track meet held in Allentown on May 14. Nazareth, paced by rec¬ ord setter Jeff Marsh, scored 33 points com¬ pared to Wilson Borough, the champions, 49 Vs points. At the District XI meet held at Pottsville, Naza¬ reth finished second in the competition. Track events were led by co-captain Marsh while Ken Butz assisted in the field events. ■ Jeff Marsh, who es¬ tablished a new Dis¬ trict XI 220-yard dash record of 22.3 at Potts¬ ville on May 21. Marsh was co-captain of this year’s track squad. TRACK SCHEDULE Opp. NAHS April 8 Emmaus . . .55 44 April 13 Wilson . . .58 41 April 19 Hellertown . . . . , .60 39 April 22 Whitehall . . .33 57 April 27 Parkland. . .45 5 6 54 1 6 May 2 Pen Argyl. .44 55 May 4 Bangor . .36 63 May 10 Phillipsburg . . . .40 3 4 58 1 4 May 14 L.N.I.A.L. Meet .Nazareth placed third May 21 District XI . . . .Nazareth Championship . .. . placed second The start of the mile in the Bangor meet. 55 Bill Allen scores on take down. John Hearn breaks down his man. STRONGMEN OF THE SEA WRESTLING SCHEDULE 1960-1961 Naz. Opp. Dec. 8 —Phillipsburg, N. J.15 34 Dec. 15 —Allentown .10 33 Dec. 22 —Bethlehem . 3 47 Jan. 5 —Emmaus .19 34 Jan. 12 —Sothern Lehigh .31 19 Jan. 19 —Dieruff .25 22 Jan. 25 —Northampton . 6 40 Jan. 27 —Whitehall .4f 14 Feb. 2 —Easton . 3 55 Feb. 9 —Wilson .20 27 Feb. 16 —Notre Dame .35 29 Feb. 24 —Parkland .30 17 Mar. 4-7—District XI—Dieruff ..10—Placed 6th The Nazareth Blue Eagles matmen finished the season with a 7 loss and 4 win season. The boys on the team had a good season in as much as their individual records show. The team finished in 6th place at the District II Tournament. John Hearn, our outstanding 165 pounder, was out with an injury. He was expected to be a Dis¬ trict champ at his particular weight. Bill Allen, our senior heavyweght, took runner- up honors as he gave a tremendous showing in the finals. Delbert Buss, our 95 pounder, went on to the semi-finals where he was beaten by this year’s Dis¬ trict champ. Earl Silfies, our 103 pounder, followed in Buss’s footsteps and was also beaten by the District champ during the semi-finals. Glenn Newhard, our 112 pounder, also went to the semi-finals where he was beaten by the runner- up. SEATED: William Sterner, Glenn Rissmiller, Thom¬ as Rinker, Earl Silfies, Delbert Buss, Glenn New- hart. KNEELING. Eugene Zurowski, Virgil De- Garmo, Dale Williamson, Robert Peters, Allan Mik- las, Robert Bayda. STANDING: Gerald Brace, Lawrence Murphy, Lawrence Snyder, William Allen, John Hearn, James Jones, Edward Buss, Robert Miklas, Gary Nagel. 56 PARADISE IN Students and guests dance to the dreamy music of Vincent Joseph. 58 THE DEEP The chairmen of the various committees included Joanne Bartron, Delbert Cressman, Rebecca Bartholomew, Thomas Smith, Eleanora Strobl, Frank Narracci, Diane Eberts, Richard Rundle, Valeria Happel. i GEMS OF THE DEEP Junior class president, Thomas Smith, crowns Carol Sue Johnson queen. The queen and her court—Barbara Seip, Sandra Schaffer, Carol Sue Johnson, queen, LaRue Sandt, Elizabeth Van Horn, Judith Shankweiler—reign over the “Paradise of the Deep.” 60 HARMONY MAKES BETTER MUSIC - ii- , Band Director A. C. Weinhofer Trombones Sharon Sandt Ralph Dorshimer Dale Lindenmoyer Thomas Fehr Louis Marth James Schultz Arthur Spangenburg Ronald Yeakel James Lutz Robert Newman Cornets and Trumpets Jan Betz Rodney Applegate Richard Burley Karl Butz Franklin Buss Thomas Fehnel BAND MEMBERS Harry Graack John Hedgecock Kenneth Huhn John Long Chris Miller Keith Reimer Roy Remaley Thomas Ruloff James Schleicher Barry Smith Ronald Snyder Gregory Ruth Percussion Barry Rissmiller Valeria Happel Raymond Oswald Francis Donnelly Aaron Grim Clarinets Constance Olson Charles Peischl Carol Ruth David Altemose John Christman Raymond Mackes Ronald Meixsell Janice Miller Anna Stetler Sandra Hagely Traman Serfass Sharon Stofflet Ruth Ann Young Kathryn Fehr Carol Miller Sally McGonigle Linda Lilly Anna Reichard Valeria Kunkel Tubas David Schultz Barry Nottle Horns Janice Rader Larry Murphy Flutes Constance Lahr Paul Seigfried Glenn Fehr Dennis Hahn Dennis Kingcade Curtis Siegfried Bruce Applegate Saxophones Dennis Olenwine Joseph Condomitti John Strike Barry Kershner Larry Bittner Dale Audenried Robert Bauer Delbert Cressman Robert Hahn Craig Harding Ronald Kuhns Janie Leh Nancy Nagle Baritone Horns Leonard Kunkel Albert Toth Rudolph Amberger Bells Nancy Metzgar Sharon Stewart BAND OFFICERS ROW 1: David Schultz, Constance Olson, Albert Toth, Sharon Sandt. ROW 2: Harry Graack, Janice Rader, Delbert Cressman, Constance Lahr, Charles Peischl. 61 Ml The band shows. swings out in tight formation for one of its usual fine MUSIC MAKER’S OF OUR 62 lh UNDERWATER FANTASY As the band begins the Color Guard snaps to attention. I nt - ICBHBi HIGH STEPPING TWIRLERS OF THE DEEI SENIOR BAND MAJORETTES ROW 1: Joan Antoine, Head Majorette; Mary Rose Hess, Linda VanGorden, Leona Thomas, Bonnie Laurito, Janet Eckhart, Rose Ann Noversel, Nancy Schutt, Jane Antoine, Nancy Albright, Kathy Ha- Noversel. ROW 2: Carol Houser, Patricia Wein- genbuch, Judith Seip. hofer, Bernadine Gensits, Patricia Potope, Holly The “Triple-tongued Trumpeteers” display their talents for the Thanksgiving Day fans between halves of the annual Wilson game. Our band members stepped high this year to the snappy rhythm of their music. They added zip to our pep rallies and pro¬ vided great entertainment during halftime at our football games, especially did they give an excellent performance at the Wil¬ son game. Also to this list of accomplish¬ ments must be added their Veterans’ Day Parade First which was won in competition at Easton. Head Majorette Joan Antoine 64 m m IEAUTIFYING OUR UNDERWATER WORLD [Xh.eiT fa ' i r PMH g ' 1 ' fNaS Members of the Stagecraft Club get¬ ting the scene ready for the Glee Clubs’ Christmas Program. Members of the Art Club are busily working at pastels. Stagecraft is under the supervision of Miss Clute, Mr. Brock, and Mr. Roanoke. This club meets every Thursday. The members of Stagecraft Club provide the scenery for the stage settings, construct it, and make sure it is in the correct place. They also handle the lighting and sound effects. OFFICERS OF STAGECRAFT CLUB ROW 1: Eileen Buss, secretary and treasurer, William Steckel, president, and Stephen Kraemer, vice president. Art Club, which is un¬ der the direction of Miss Jean Clute, meets every Tuesday. The purpose of this Club is to teach the members to derive pleas¬ ure from working with water colors, pastels, and oil paints. 65 SENIOR FRY Joanne Bartron, prompter, Miss Janet Stewart, director, and Diane Schlegel, student director. Mrs. Dolson prompts Hildegarde to attend the Prom with Freddie. Bobby Dolson and his brother, Jimmy, de¬ cide how to get rid of their electric wormer. “WE SHOOK THE FAMILY TREE” “We Shook the Family Tree’ was presented on November 18 and 19, 1960, in the auditorium of the F. A. Marcks Building. The play centered around Hilde¬ garde Dolson, a teenager living in the piodern day. Only a few days re¬ mained before the prom and she was without a date. Hildegarde tried to remedy her situation by presenting a speech on prohibition during a school assembly, leaving everyone to believe her father was a drunkard. Her mother decided the only solution was to get a date for Hildegarde who turned out to be “Short pants” Fred¬ dy Sherman, the only boy in school who wore knickers. Hildegarde defi¬ nitely refused to go with him. After much confusion and hilarity, Freddy, in long pants, and Hildegarde left for the prom. 66 PRESENT CLASS PLAY CAST OF CHARACTERS Hildegarde Dolson Sally Dolson Mrs. Dolson Mr. Dolson Jimmy Dolson Bobby Dolson Mrs. Shermer Mr. Shermer Freddie Shermer Ellie May Jill Paige Bonnie Schutt Kay Fuls Linda Mertz Frank Narracci John Groner Walter Miller Nancy Albright Thomas Smith Richard Rundle Carol Kametler JoAnne Faust Mary Rose Laurito Mr. and Mrs. Shermer accuse Mr. Dolson of cor¬ rupting their son. Sally Dolson, Jill, and Paige Mason listen atten¬ tively while Ellie Mae discusses the Prom. STANDING: Frank Narracci, Bonnie Schutt, Nancy Albright, John Groner, Richard Rundle. SEATED: Linda Mertz, Kay Fuls, Mary Rose Laurito, Walter Miller, Thomas Smith, Carol Kametler, and JoAnn Faust. 67 A BIG SEA BUSINESS STAFF ROW 1: Sandy Wolfe, Hope Kleppinger. ROW 2: Bernadine Gensits, Cas¬ sandra Strobl, Roseann Noversel, John Hedgecock, William Allen, Patricia Potope, Betty Flick, Nancy Noversel, Joanne Tanhauser. ART STAFF ROW 1: Nancy Magditch, Edythe Browne. ROW 2: Carol Jackson. ADVISER Richard J. Schmoyer CO-EDITORS Edythe Browne and Joan Antoine OF INFORMATION COMET EDITORIAL ROW 1: Judith Willimet. ROW 2: Valeria Happel, becca Bartholomew, Judith Smith, Stephanie Mitch, Joanne Bartron, Diane Eberts, Gloria Slutter, Re- Linda Mertz, Carolann Sakasitz. THE COMET Members of the Comet staff join together to make a report on all activities of our school. The staff consists of five groups: The advisers of the Comet include Mr. Schmoyer, layout and editorial, Mrs. Kolessar, typing and busi¬ ness, and Miss Clute, art supervisor. Artists on the Comet staff combine their favorable ideas to sketch pictures for various parts of our Comet. Our business staff can be found traveling through¬ out the town collecting solicitors to campaign for the business section of our Comet. Various scholastic articles become the surround¬ ings of the layout staff as they suggest special photographs for display in the Comet, viewing the many happy memories of Nazareth Area Senior High. We take great pride in our Comet, striving to serve our school through cooperation and achieve¬ ment. SEATED: Edythe Browne and Joan Antoine. STANDING: John Ram- pulla, Cecelia Wilson, Dolores Ventin, Andrew Young. Typists are busy neatly typing the written articles for the Comet. Editorial members busily record their views of the personalities of the sen¬ iors, identify the photography, and write many articles for Comet use. FIRST ROW: Karen Roth, Janet Heckman, Nancy Schoenenberger. SECOND ROW: Sandra Wolfe, JoAnn Frey, Helen‘Haberle. STAND¬ ING: Patricia Zimitz, Mary Rose Laurito, Evelyn Baltz, Kay Fuls. 69 D AQUAMUSIC BY OUR The Mixed Glee Club presents annually a pro¬ gram of Christmas music for both the public and the student body. DISTRICT CHORUS REPRESENTATIVES ROW 1: John Hedgecock, Carol Houser, Janice Rader, Brooks Doyle. ROW 2: Milton Kelchner, Dennis Olenwine, Larry Murphy, Ronald Kuhns, Charles Peischl. ROW 3: Daniel Engler, Delbert Cressman, Warren Snyder, Walter Miller. The Mixed Ensemble is the very active represent¬ ative of the Choral Music Area and frequently appears before civic as well as school organiza¬ tions. Girls’ Sextet composed of Barbara Huhn, Sandra Jones, Carol Kametler, Frances Miksch, Julianne Csernak, and Carol Yeisley. HOST OF STAR FISH Masculine tones of the Boys’ Glee Club are added to the annual Christmas and Spring Choral Concerts. GLEE CLUBS The students who enjoy music and wish to spread their joy to others make up the Glee Clubs. The various groups present pro¬ grams to the student body at assembly pro¬ grams and give public performances dur¬ ing the Christmas season and for the spring pageant. They also do public per¬ formances for several non-profit organiza¬ tions. Mixed Glee Club officers: ROW 1: Kay Fuls, Mil- ton Kelchner, Delbert Cressman, Frances Miksch. ROW 2: Ronald Kuhns, Mary Louise Seyfried, Marie Dilcherd, and Ronald Snyder. Our accomplished accompanists are Mary Louise Seyfried, Peggy Jo Betz, Jane Roth, and Janice Rader. The Girls’ Glee Club, a musical experience organization, participates in the Christmas and Spring Choral Festivals as well as in student assemblies. CHRISTMAS CAROLERS SING OUT JOYOUSLY During the Processional, members of the Glee Club sing “O Come All Ye Faithful” at the Christmas concert. The vibrant sound of the Nazareth Area High School Glee Club filled the candle-lit auditorium on the evening of December 19. They gave their presentation of the “Song of Christmas,” with the help of their con¬ ductor, Mr. Floyd Schlegel. The evening was brought to a climax as the combined Glee Clubs joined in singing “O Holy Night.” The Glee Club entertains at their annual Christmas Concert. 72 While dancing to dreamy music, students enjoy them,selves at one of the many Naza¬ reth Area High School dances. As customary in previous years, a group of musically minded students in our school have organized a dance band. On a few occasions this band has participated in assembly programs, displaying its musical ability, and adding to the enjoyment of the program. SEATED: John Long, Sharon Sandt, Bruce Applegate, Dennis Olenwme, Francis Donnelly. STANDING: Thomas Fehnel, Louis Marth, Robert Bauers, Ralph Dorshimer, Raymond Oswald, Joseph Condomitti, Ronald Kuhns, Leonard Kunkle, Harry Graack, and Delbert Cressman. TIME OUT FOR RECREATION RESEARCHING OUR WAY TO HONOR -AN AT IONAl HONOR SOCIETY HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS SEATED: Joanne Bartron, secretary; Judith Willimet, treasurer; Mrs. McGonigle, Adviser; and Thomas Smith, vice president. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ROW 1: J. Hedgecock, T. Smith, R. Rundle, J. Banny, B. Huhn, K. Fuls. ROW 2: J. Antoine, T. Ackerman, E. O’Sullivan, J. Noecker, M. Seyfried, C. Houser. ROW 3: C. Peischl, D. Olenwine, W. Miller, J. Willimet, C. Kametler. ROW 4: S. Mitch, D. Eberts, R. Bartholomew, D. Bartholomew. STANDING: Mrs. McGonigle, Mrs. Bleiler, Mr. Knecht, Mr. Reichard. Missing from picture: J. Bartron. The Delphian Chapter of the National Honor Society j pays trib ute to students for their scholastic achieve¬ ments. Members of the Chapter are chosen on five | qualities — scholarship, citizenship, leadership, character, and service. LIBRARY CLUB Members of the Library Club look on as Mrs. . Seyfert ' ' gives instructions on mounting daily newspapers. LIBRARY CLUB Library Club members, under the direction of Mrs. Seyfert, are instructed in the duties of librar¬ ian. Their duties are to assist other students on using the library and reference material. They aid Mrs. Seyfert in replacing books and informing the other students on interesting books. MANAGING ACTIVITIES OF OUR SCHOOL Members of the Student Council from left to right: ROW 1: C. Yeisley, S. Lichner, L. Steckel, J. Fal¬ cone, D. Cressman, A. Toth, T. Smith. ROW 2: J. Long, C. Peischl, A. Young, C. Houser, M. Seyfried, S. Feller, R. Rundle. ROW 3: J. Ewadinger, C’. Olson, K. Fuls, V. Happel, D. Schlegel, R. Bartholo¬ mew. ROW 4: L. Rothrock, R. Saltern, S. Bowers, P. Elkins, R. Freeman, W. Fry. STANDING: Mrs. Zell and Mr. Reichard. STUDENT COUNCIL Under the guidance of the Student Council, Naza¬ reth Area High School develops better student- teacher relationships and helps solve problems which arise in the school. The members of Student Council sponsor various school activities to raise funds for assemblies and their many other activiti es. Throughout the year the Council sponsors a Christmas Dance, a Valentine’s Dance, and a Square Dance. Members operate refreshment stands at foot¬ ball and basketball games. The advisers of Student Council are Mr. Reichard and Mrs. Zell. The officers and advisers of the Student Council are Kay Fuls, secretary; Thomas Smith, vice-presi¬ dent; Lynn Rothrock, president; Valeria Happel, treasurer. STANDING are the advisers, Mrs. Zell and Mr. Reichard. One of the planning committees of the Student Council meets to discuss the advantages of placing a pen machine in the lobby. ACTORS OF THE DEEP KNEELING: Linda Mertz, Jeffery Hahn. SEATED: Hope Kleppinger, Nancy Metzgar, Carol Jackson. STANDING: Sandra Jones, James Riefenstahl, Julianne Csernak, Larry Murphy, and David Board. STANDING: Rose Marie Mazzie, Kay Fuls, Connie Lahr, John Groner, David Kratzer, Raymond Mackes, Gail Pritchard, Anne Kostenbader. SEAT¬ ED: Frank Narracci and Judy Willimet. “Ghosts For Rent,” a comedy mystery, dealt with the problems encountered when two relatives wanted to inherit their rich aunt’s “Who’s Feudin’ Now,” is a comedy play about a hill¬ billy family whose home is somewhat invaded by a city family of high social “Jerry Gets the Fever,” concerns the problems which develop when a teenager comes down with spring fever. money. stature. SEATED: John Long and Dale Ruhf. STANDING: Lynn Steckel, Lonnie Her- ritt, Judy Schutt, and Jean Falcone. STANDING: Arlene Pysher, Bruce Applegate, Sharon Stewart, James Schultz, and Diann Kalapick. SEATED: Christine Rey¬ nolds, Doris Lewis, and Carol Bush. 76 COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Mr. Roth, supervisor of the Photography Club, instructs students on the principles of good photography. Pupils are interested in gaining knowledge of the types, tricks, and skills of picture taking. Many students will enter the photography contest during the school year. RADIO CLUB Mr. Shekletski teaches stu¬ dents to master the arts of making and repairing radios and their various parts. They also learn interesting facts about the radio and its his¬ tory. jjbsi TX.U ITT jg f 1111 r - il 2M ' lL 77 PREPARATION FOR WHEN WE SURFACE FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA The Future Homemakers of America, who are under the supervision of Miss Nancy Miller, meets every Thursday during the eighth period. The purpose of the club is to study the principles of homemaking and to offer the student an oppor¬ tunity to acquaint himself with the various fields of home economics. Their aim is to create a better understanding of basic skills of homemaking. The activities of this Club includes going on various field trips and having people come in to speak and to give demonstrations. FIRST AID CLUB The First Aid Club, under the supervision of Mrs. Scott, meets every Tuesday during the eighth period. The purpose of this club is to prac¬ tice emergency treatments that ap¬ ply to drowning, wounds, and bleeding. The students practice on each other. HOMEMAKING AND HOBBY CLUB Homemaking and Hobby Club members, under the direction of Mr. Brock, develop hobbies and fundamental knowledge of home fixtures. 78 PREPARATIONS FOR ADVANCED SCHOOLS COLLEGE BOARD CLUB Miss Elizabeth Sloat assists the members of the College Board Club in preparing themselves for the college board examinations, which are given an¬ nually for the purpose of college acceptance. Mem¬ bers of the club pictured above are answering sample test questions as a basic preparation. MATH CLUB The Math Club, directed by Miss Eva Lazorack, explores the areas of mathematics not touched upon in daily class activity. These areas consist of ad¬ 79 vanced procedures of general mathematics, algebra, plane and solid geometry, trigonometry, and basic college math. ENHANCING OUR EXPERIENCE SITTING: Susan Cvaraman, secretary; Trudie Ackerman, vice president; and Mrs. Graver. STANDING: Fred Keim, Carol Miller, Mary El Topping, James Schultz, Myrna Easton, Sandra Smoyer, Connie Gavin, Rodney Applegate, Jane Leh, and Barry Nottle. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Future Teachers of America, under the direction of Mrs. Graver, meet every Wednes¬ day. The members make frequent visits to colleges, have teachers speak on various top¬ ics, and discuss problems that may face teachers. The purpose of this club is to persuade students to enter the field of teaching. CHESS CLUB The Chess Club, advised by Mr. Quentin Zell, meets every Tuesday, Wednes¬ day, and Thursday. The veteran players comprise an interscholastic chess team that competes in the Penn-Jersey League. ATHLETICS-BODY BUILDER OF THE SEA GIRLS’ ATHLETIC CLUB Members of the Girls’ Athletic Club enjoy participating in many activities such as basketball, ' volleyball, hockey, and softball under the direction of Miss Stewart. SPORTSMAN ' S CLUB Mr. Kessler instructs members of the Sportsmans Club on the basis principles of indoor and outdoor activities. Students are taught good sportsmanship, cooperation, and participation. It provides the mem¬ bers with an opportunity to build up their character and prepares them for an enjoyable life with strong physical and mental abilities to participate in future events through practice and intelligence. 81 EDITING THE EVENTS OF ' M ' VS BLUE AND WHITE REPORTS TALES OF THE SEA Mrs. Trivelpiece and Mr. Knecht instruct students on the fundamentals of Blue and White reporting. Students gather interesting information for the school newspaper. Publication of the Blue and White is also discussed with the editors to organize its distribution. Besides peeping us informed, the news¬ paper provides practical training in writing. Through the cooperation of the reporters, the editorial staff, and the typing staff a regular edition of the Blue and White is published by all three groups contributing their share of effort. Blue and White business staff members are very care¬ ful to assure proper distribu¬ tion of the newspaper to all who wish to purchase copies. The school paper informs students on all the important news of our school. Warren Weist of the Blue and White business staff checks publi¬ cation date with subscriber Jerry Halstead. The material to be pub¬ lished is sought by the news reporters. After they have collected this material and have written their articles to the satisfaction of the ad¬ visers, the articles are passed on to the editorial staff to be organized. The final step be¬ fore the paper is sent to the printer’s is the typing of the material by Mrs. Graver’s competent typing staff. 82 OUR UNDERWORLD FANTASY BLUE AND WHITE EDITORS ROW 1: Mr. Knecht. ROW 2: Charles Peischl, Frank Narracci, Marilyn Kressley, Robert Roth, Ruth Ann Young. ROW 3: Virginia Elkins, Joyce Muschlitz, Eileen Moll, Mrs. Trivelpiece. Mrs. Graver instructs the ambitious Blue and White typing staff on the proper methods of typing articles neatly and completely for our school newspaper. It is very important for all members to understand the fundamentals of careful typing. 83 STUDENTS PREPARE FOR FUTURE HOUSEKEEPING KNITTING CLUB The twenty-five members of the Knit¬ ting Club, under the direction of Mrs. Bleiler and their loyal club president, Neal Sprague, meet every Tuesday and Thursday to learn the fundamentals of knitting. After mastering the skills, they make such things as scarves, sweaters, booties, mittens, and other useful articles. At times some of these articles are displayed in our show cases. At the annual Fashion Show, the girls modeled their garments which they had made during the course of the school year. Under the direction of the Home Eco¬ nomics instructress, Miss Nancy Miller, members of the sewing class become ac¬ quainted with the various types of fabrics and are taught the actual techniques of assembling and sewing the garments. Winners of the Fashion Show were Judy Schutt, Judith Smith, and Linda Morris. o Curriculum 4 OUR SCHOOL HOLDS Democratic band plays for Kennedy and Johnson. Coinciding with the Presidential Cam¬ paign, a mock election was held by the social studies classes. Walter Miller, candidate for the Republican Party, won the election, but Charles Peischl, representing the Demo¬ cratic Party, ran a close second. An inter¬ esting platform was also presented by Thomas Smith, head of the Progressive Party. Thomas Smith puts forth Progressive views. 86 MOCK POLITICAL RALLY Walter Miller represents Republican candidate. Students enthusiastically support their candidate. Pictured to the left are: Augustine Weinhofer, who teaches World History and Instrumental Music, and sponsors the Majorette Club and our Band. He received his A. B. from Muhlenberg College, M. A. from Lehigh University, and studied graduate music at Temple. Richard Schmoyer teaches World History, American His¬ tory, and Problems of Democracy. He is adviser to the Comet Staff. Mr. Schmoyer is a graduate of Kutztown State Col¬ lege and New York University, where he attained his B. S. and M. A. Degrees. Mrs. Miriam Zell instructs the American History classes and is adviser to the Dramatic Club. Mrs. Zell received an A. B. Degree at Susquehanna University. Melvin Kessler, our Basketball Coach, teaches World His¬ tory and Sophomore English. He was graduated from Muhlenberg College with an A. B. Degree. Quentin Zell, who received his A. B. and M. A. Degrees from Moravian College and Lehigh University, instructs the Problems of Democracy classes. Republican band plays for Nixon and Lodge. 87 SHARPENING OUR urn Elizabeth Sloat, a senior English teach¬ er, instructs the College Board Club and is in charge of the school’s publicity. She received her M.A. from Columbia Uni¬ versity and an A.B. from Lebanon Valley College. Floyd Schlegel, a sophomore English teacher, also instructs vocal and organ music. He received his B.S. and M.Ed. in Music from Pennsylvania State Universi¬ ty and did graduate work at New York University. His extra-curricular activities consist of the Girl’s Glee Club, Mixed Ensemble, and Mixed Glee Club. Mrs. Verna Trivelpiece is a tenth and eleventh grade English teacher. She at¬ tended Bloomsburg State College, Penn¬ sylvania State University, and Columbia University. She holds a B.S. Degree. Mrs. Trivelpiece is an adviser for our school newspaper. J. Frederick Knecht teaches junior and senior English and serves as adviser to the Blue and White Standard and the Honor Society. He received his B.A. and A.M. at the University of Pennsylvania. Mrs. Ruth McGonigle instructs Latin II, German I, and German II, as well as acting as adviser to the Honor Society. She received her A.B. from Ursinus Col¬ lege. SEATED: Mrs. Verna Trivelpiece, Miss Elizabeth Sloat, and Mrs. Ruth McGonigle. STANDING: J. Frederick Knecht, Melvin Kessler, and Floyd Schlegel. Mrs. Trievelpiece instructs the Sophomore English students in the practice of writing good compositions. Mr. Knecht helps Junior English students 88 review the fundamentals of grammar. MEANS OF DISCOURSE Students in German I taking a test from Mrs. McGonigle. Andrew Young and Vir¬ ginia Elkins explain a chart of a Roman house in Latin II. Students take an active part in dramatizing Hamlet dur¬ ing English class. 4 89 DEVELOPING OUR Franklyn Kostenbader, who teaches Physics and Physical Science I, also advises the Science Fair Projects Club. He received his B. S. from Moravian College and his M. A. from Lehigh University. James Roth teaches Biology and advises the Photography Club. He was educated at Pennsylvania State University where he received his B. S. Degree. Eva Lazorack instructs Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry, Trigonometry, Algebra II, Biology, and advises the Mathematics Club. She received her B. S. in Secondary Education at Kutztown State College. Guy Cump instructs Plane Geometry, Algebra II, Business Arithmetic, and advises the Projectionist Club. He received his B.S. Degree from Gettysburg College. Adam Shekletski received his B. S. from Lehigh University. He instructs Chemistry, Physical Science II, and advises the Radio Club and the Science Fair Projects Club. Mr. Cump explains a geometry proof to Jean Falcone, Susan Rhoades, and Louis Marth. Students in biology class finish writing an ex¬ periment. 90 SCIENTIFIC POTENTIALS SOPHOMORE SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS Sophomore math students learn the funda¬ mentals of plane geometry under the direction of Miss Lazorack and Mr. Cump. In biology class, taught by Mr. Roth, they learn about the growth of plants and animals. JUNIOR SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS Under the direction of Miss Lazorack, junior students learn the basic rules of algebra. Mr. Kostenbader teaches them about the Laws of Physics. SENIOR SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS Miss Lazorack teaches senior students the basic principles of trigonometry and under the direction of Mr. Shekletski they learn the fundamentals of chemistry. John Masters, Dennis Olenwine, Anne Kostenbader, David Board, and Raymond Oswald learn about the force of gravity on different objects. Mr. Kostenbader looks on. Junior students learn how to use loga¬ rithms in algebra class. Trigonometry students learn how to prove the fundamental identities as Miss Lazorack checks their work. Mr. Shekletski looks on as Milton Kelchner ex¬ plains the particle theory to Janice Rader and Daniel Engler. i 91 THE BEGINNING OF SEATED: Mrs. A. Jane Bleiler, Mrs. Mildred Metz, Mrs. Belva Kolessar. STANDING: Mrs. Virginia Graver and Miss Evelyn Kilpatrick. Mrs. A. Jane Bleiler instructs Personal Typing, General Business, and Consumer Economics. She advises the Sophomore Class, the Magazine Campaign, and Knitting Club. She received her B. S. from Bloomsburg State College. Miss Evelyn Kilpatrick instructs Business Arithmetic, Bookkeeping I, and General Business. She has attended Bethlehem Business College and received a B. S. degree from Bloomsburg State College. She keeps the school’s attendance regis¬ ters. Mrs. Mildred Metz instructs Bookkeeping 1 and II. She is our school treasurer and advises the Senior Class. Mrs. Metz received a B. S. from Rider College. Typewriting I students prepare a two-page manu¬ script. Mrs. Virginia Graver instructs Shorthand I and II and Office Practice. She advises Future Teachers of America and Blue and White typists. Mrs. Graver received a B. S. and M. A. from Syracuse University. Mrs. Belva Kolessar instructs Typing I and II. She advises Blue and White Business Staff and Comet Business Staff. Mrs. Kolessar received a B. S. from Rider College. " WMB,NE0 cash journal „„ M COLUMNAR SPECIAL JOURNALS wa Mrs. Metz explains an entry in a special journal to David Kratzer and Connie Lahr. 92 WELL MANAGED ECONOMY Students in Mrs. Bleiler’s Consumer Economics classes study installment buying. Shorthand I students increase their dictation speed through use of dic¬ tation records. Miss Kilpatrick’s Business Arithmetic class check their daily assignment. r f W ' EH aV .. J i 4 Office Practice students receive training on vari¬ ous office machines under the direction of Mrs. Graver. 93 PREPARING STUDENTS TO Miss Nancy Miller recently joined our teaching staff and is instructor of Home Economics and adviser of F. H. A. She received her B. S. in Home Economics Education at Mansfield State College. Miss Jean Clute instructs Art and advises Arts and Crafts Club, Stagecraft Club, and supervises the art work in the Comet. She received her B. F. A. in Education from Philadelphia Museum School of Art. Andrew Brock teaches Shop and Mechanical Draw¬ ing and also advises the 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. John Roanoke, another recent addition to our teaching staff, instructs the Metal Work in our well-equipped Metal Shop. He obtained his B. S. from Millersville State College. Judith Schutt and Gale Moyer prepare a mix¬ ture for a cooking exercise as Gloria Slutter, Sandra Wolfe and Mary Ann Powell conclude their projects. SEATED: Miss Nancy Miller, Miss Jean Clute. STANDING: Mr. Andrew Brork, Mr. John Roanoke. Lucille Gordon, Judith Smith, and Gale Moyer demonstrate the proper carriage for a typical high school student. 94 BE CITIZENS OF TOMORROW Students of art listen attentively to Miss Clute as she describes the various types of shading. Citizen of tomorrow, Rodney Applegate, listens as Mr, Brock, the mechanical drawing instruc¬ tor explains free-hand sketch¬ ing Mr. Roanoke, the metal instructor, shows Rich¬ ard Weiss the techniques in the use of the metal lathe. 95 MAKING LIFE MORE ENJOYABLE Miss Janet Stewart, who received her B. S. from East Stroudsburg State College, teaches Physical Education and Health. She is adviser to the Girls’ Athletic Club and the Cheerleaders and directed the Senior Class Play. Guy Owens received his B. S. from West Chester State College. He teaches Health Education and Driver’s Education, and is our J. V. Football Head Coach. Andrew Leh, instructor in Health Education and Physical Education, is Baseball Head Coach and Director of Athletics. He received his B. A. from Muhlenberg College and his M. A. from Columbia University. Miss Janet Stewart, Mr. Guy Owens, Mr. Andrew Leh. Mr. Owens allows the students to get the “feel” of the car prior to instruction. Renea Ginder observes proper stance for passing as demonstrated by Miss Stew¬ art. OBSERVING OUR NAZARETH STEEL FABRICATORS, INC. A Broad Street view of ac¬ tivity of our loading and ship¬ ping department that forwards precision fabricated steel for all major United States indus¬ tries. COMPLIMENTS OF SPECK PLASTICS, INC. MERIN STUDIOS 1010 Chestnut Street Philadelphia 7, Pa. Kay Fuls poses for her cap and gown portrait. All portraits in this book are kept on file. Additional orders may be placed by mail. iSKBfUfflB, ggk. -W- BUSINESS WORLD Fine Furniture by ENSEMBLE CONTEMPORARY, INC. Selections of furniture in Contemporary, Colonial, and Provincial. A truly different furniture store. Quality furniture at reasonable prices. UNIVERSAL STAINLESS COOKWARE CO., Inc. A complete selection of stainless steel cooking utensils and accessories. STEAK O RAMA Charcoal Snacks, Pizza, Thick Shakes, Soft Ice Cream H. HOCHBERG MFG. CO. Manufacturing Lad ies ' Sportswear Located in Moore Township - FIRE AND ALLIED LINES HOMEOWNERS Octet, a Gentuty, jbefxendalde Setulce 114 SOUTH MAIN STREET NAZARETH, PA. PHONE PL 9-3020 A VIEW OF Under the direction of Andrew Brock, wood shop instructor, students prepare projects to be exhibited at the annual open house of the Nazareth Area Senior High School. BIL RICH, INC. PREMIX PLANT Asphalt Paving Materials Hot and Cold Mix Material Tatamy Road Nazareth, Pennsylvania PL 9-0101 INDUSTRY IN ACTION PEOPLE ' S COAL SUPPLY CO. Stockertown, Pennsylvania Phone PL 9-3710 Fuel Oil, Coal, Lumber, Building Supplies " Everything from Cellar to Roof " Senior high cheerleaders create an atmosphere of enthusiasm in front of the Nazareth Inn during the pep rally on the eve of the Thanksgiving Day game. COMMUNITY SECOND NATIONAL BANK of Nazareth, Pennsylvania Former faculty member Robert A. Harding makes use of the convenient Drive-in facilities of the Second Na¬ tional Bank. Compliments of NAZARETH SPEED WASH 39 S. Main Street Nazareth, Pa. May we wish the Senior Class all success in their en¬ deavors, faith in the future, and fortitude to meet and con¬ quer the challenges of the modern world. J. W. NEFF LABORATORIES, INC. Stockertown, Pa. Best wishes to the 19.61 graduates of Nazareth Area Sen¬ ior High School. NEFOLAC for Phonograph Records NEFSLABS for T raffic Markings V v SERVICES NAZARETH NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Patronize Your Local Merchants And Bank With Us Modern, Progressive, and Experienced " The Bank For My Money 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 Sup¬ plies, Crushed Stone, Ready- Mixed Concrete (Everything to build anvthirr: ' TfiVMBOW NAZARETH MILLS INC. Belvidere Whitfield Streets Nazareth, Pennsylvania i TENDERS OF THE DEEP CAFETERIA STAFF: Mrs. Donald Burley, Miss Miriam Michael, Mrs. Samuel Pritchard, Mrs. Arthur Foltz. Missing are Mrs. Eugene Weiss, Mrs. Carl Hallman, and Mrs. Richard Hawk. CUSTODIANS: Arling Stoudt, Peter Eckert, Morris Buss, Ervin Smith. 104 AND SUPERIOR SERVICE L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY CARLDON ' S RESTAURANT CLASS RINGS Sunday Dinners our Specialty May we serve you? Walter G. Fly, Representative Phone PL 9-9943 2038 Sycamore Street 122 S. Main Street Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Nazareth, Pennsylvania Homes—Farms—Business Property Buy or Sell thru HERCULES CEMENT COMPANY HARTER REALTY AGENCY 17 Belvidere Street, Nazareth, Pa. Phone PL 9-4228 or PL 9-1991 Division of American Cement Corporation Easy Terms F.H.A. or Conventional Financing Stockertown, Pennsylvania JOLEDO ALUMINUM PRODUCTS 167 S. Main Street Nazareth, Pa. Phone PL 9-2501 Depend on us for Quality, Service, and Value C. F. MARTIN CO., INC. Established 1833 Manufacturers of World-Famous Martin Guitars, Mandolins, and Ukuleles 10W. North St. PL 9-1560 Nazareth, Pennsylvania KRAEMER TEXTILES, INC. Nazareth, Pennsylvania PENN-DIXIE CEMENT CORPORATION Nazareth, Pennsylvania PATRONIZE YOUR NAZARETH CEMENT COMPANY NAZARETH GENERAL PAVING We construct roads, parking areas, and private driveways, with hot and cold bituminous concrete. Nazareth, Pennsylvania We distribute asphalt oil and dust oil. We are also responsible for asphalt planning. 110 Park Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Compliments of WILLIAM T. SHOOK ST. REGIS PAPER Plumbing and Heating Contractor COMPANY 101 North Green Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Nazareth, Pennsylvania Bartholomew Funeral Home PL 9-1220 211 East Center Street Nazareth, Pa. Bruce Brooks Doyle Electrical Contractors PLaza 9-3903 Route 3 Nazareth, Pa. Lester A. Beil V. J. Easton Bookbinding Co. Electric Appliances 459 Center St. Nazareth, Pa. Television and Radio Gold Stamping and Plastic Binding 52 Maple Street King James Version of the Bible Nazareth, Pa. bound to individual requirements Bell Box Company Easton Road Nazareth, Pa. Koy T. Fehnel General Building Contractor Exterior Painting Interior Decorating Route 3, Box 142, Nazareth, Pa. PL 9-1140 or PL 9-2390 Beverly Blouse Co. FOGEL ' S 210 S. Main St. Nazareth, Pa. Gulf and Fuel Oil Service Sewing machine operators wanted Broad and Belvidere Street at this new plant. Nazareth, Pennsylvania COMMUNITY BUSINESSES Blue Mountain Consolidated Water Co. PL 9-1030 62 S. Main Street Nazareth, Pa. Thomas J. Franczak General Contractor Painter and Paperhanger 222 Oak Street Nazareth, Pa. PL 9-1892 BEN CHANE Men ' s and Boys ' Wear 60 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. Gene ' s Hotel 326 S. Main St. Nazareth, Pa. Liveliest Spot in Town Gene and Elsie Hartzell Churchman Business College 355 Spring Garden St. Easton, Pa. LEHIGH VALLEY ' S MOST MODERN BUSINESS COLLEGE George ' s Atlantic Service " S H Green Stamps " S. Main St. and Easton Road Nazareth, Pa. Clearfield General Store Route 2, Nazareth, Pa. PL 9-0218 Hartman ' s Pork Products Route 3 Nazareth, Pa. PL 9-1960 HIMLER ' S 56 East Lawn Road Nazareth, Pennsylvania Mary Ann ' s Beauty Shop 201 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. WALTER C. HIMLER Contractor Route 3 Nazareth, Pennsylvania Nazareth Fairgrounds AND Farmers ' Market, Inc. Nazareth, Pennsylvania Keystone Dehydrating Co. Route 2 Bethlehem, Pa. TE 7-3551 Nolf ' s Locker Plant 167 S. Broad Street Nazareth, Pa. PL 9-4460 Prescriptions and Drugs KOEHLER ' S PHARMACY Your REXALL Store 35 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania FLOYD O. RAPP Well Drilling Cherry Hill — Moorestown Road R. D. 2, Nazareth, Pa. COMMUNITY NEEDS Compliments of SUNCREST FARMS Wind Gap, Pa. Reber ' s Body Shop 113 East High Street (Rear) Nazareth, Pa. PL 9-1901 Lehigh Valley Sand Floyd W. Schmidt, Mortician and Gravel Co. BLackburn 8-2325 357 Belvidere St. Nazareth, Pa. PL 9-2650 1401 South 25th Street Licensed in Pennsylvania and Easton, Pa. New Jersey Massy Harris, New Holland Farm Machinery, Sales and Service J. A. LOPRESTI Stockertown, Pa. PL 9-1580 SEYFRIED MOTORS, INC. Mauch Chunk and Church Streets PL 9-1680 Nazareth, Pa. Main Street Service Station Sales Service—Chevrolet Oldsmobile ■% General Repairs State Inspection SOLT CHEVROLET S. Main and Prospect Sts. 49 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pa. Nazareth, Pennsylvania Builder and Contractor Frank J. Tanzosh, Jr. V Route 2, Nazareth, Pa. PL 9-4010 Yeisley Furniture Store 436 S. Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Peter F. Yeisley, Prop. TATAMY Zellner ' s Music Store PRODUCTS COMPANY Ralph Brodt, Prop. Conn, King, Martin Freres Manufacturers of Agricultural Machinery Pancordion Used Instruments Tatamy, Pennsylvania 162 S. Main St., Nazareth, Pa. Cheerleaders escort excited students to the " Beat Wilson " bonfire held annually before the traditional Thanksgiving morning football game. ARE SUPPLIED AUTOMOBILE PARTS AND SUPPLIES NAZARETH AUTO PARTS Nazareth PL 9-2400 Easton BL 8-7297 Green and Prospect Streets Nazareth, Pa. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Home Owned and Operated Phone PLaza 9-1998 112 S. Main St., Nazareth, Pa. BEAUTY SHOPS IRENE ' S BEAUTY SHOP 115 North Main Street Nazareth, Pa. SHIRLEY KROMER BEAUTY SALON 37 Mauch Chunk Street Nazareth, Pa. MOLLIE ' S BEAUTY SHOPPE 342 East Wal nut Street Nazareth, Pa. LEOLA SHOOK BEAUTY SALON 1 9 Schoeneck Avenue East Lawn, Nazareth, Pa. CLOTHING STORES ALBERT ' S MEN ' S SHOP Phone PLaza 9-4349 45 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pa. DEE ' S APPAREL SHOPPE 103 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. To the Graduates of the CLASS OF ' 61: May each succeeding day be better and happier than the day before. NELSON FREEMAN SMITH ' S TOT TO TEEN 106 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. ELECTRIC APPLIANCES AND CONTRACTORS BUZZARD ELECTRIC CO. 61 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. FEDON ELECTRIC COMPANY 25 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. ELMO L. FREY Electrical Appliances 39 Btelvidere Street Nazareth, Pa. R. K. STOUT Electrical Contractor Phone PLaza 9-2800 Main Street, Nazareth, Pa. FARM EQUIPMENT AND FEED STORES EDWARDS ' FARM EQUIPMENT Route 2, Nazareth, Pa. Phone PLaza 9-0240 GEORGE N. MILLER Farm Equipment, Sales and Service General Merchandise Route 2, Nazareth, Pa. PL 9-2260 SNYDER MILLING COMPANY 435 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. FLORISTS ALPAUGH ' S FLOWER SHOP Distinctive Floral Arrangements for all Occasions 66 S. Main Street, Nazareth, Pa. Phone PLaza 9-1900 RHYMER ' S FLOWER SHOP 138 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. GARAGES AND SERVICE STATIONS COOPFR ' S MOBIL SERVICE Lubrication-Battery Service-Tires Car Washing-AAA Service and Towing Official State Inspection Main Street, Stockertown, Pa. EAST LAWN SERVICE CENTER Route 12, Nazareth, Pa. Phone PLaza 9-9944 CUSTOMERS SAVE GARAGES AND SERVICE STATIONS FINKBEINER ' S ESSO STATION Tatamy, Pa. Lubrication-Gas-Tires GAMMER ' S GULF SERVICE All engines SCOPE analyzed Ignition Specialists Route 12 at Route 22 Interchange HERMAN ' S MOBIL SERVICE Broad and Center Streets Nazareth, Pa. Phone PLaza 9-9924 R. R. HESS AUTO REPAIRS 142 North Spruce Street Nazareth, Pa. KLIPPLE ' S FLYING A SERVICE Phone PLaza 9-9960 Nazareth and Bath Highway T. F. LEH, INCORPORATED Ford Sales and Service 235 Broad Street Nazareth, Pa. MESSENLEHNER ' S SUNOCO SERVICE A to Z Lubrication 574 S Main St., Nazareth, Pa. Phone PLaza 9-9930 ROTHROCK ' S SINCLAIR SERVICE Phone PLaza 9-9949 Hecktown, Pa. SYSKO ' S GARAGE General Repairing-State Inspection Atlantic Gas and Oil Nazareth Pike WELK ' S ESSO SERVICE STATION Walnut and New Streets Nazareth, Pa. DARROHN ' S SUPERETTE Phone PLaza 9-4458 Hecktown, Pa. FRANTZ ' S GROCERY STORE 301 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pa. JOE GEIDER Main and Mauch Chunk Streets Nazareth, Pa. KEPPEL ' S Pioneer Self-Service Market Center Square, Nazareth, Pa. KERN ' S MEAT MARKET Edward H . Kern, Prop. Home Dressed Meat and Poultry 105 S. Broad Street, Nazareth, Pa. LANCE ' S SEAFOOD MARKET Clambakes to take out on order 251 E. Walnut St., Nazareth, Pa. Phone PLaza 9-0390 J. H. NEWHART, EST. General Store Meat Market 102 Main Street, Stockertown, Pa. Phone PLaza 9-4713 OTT ' S GROCERY STORE 307 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pa. PENSENBECK ' S GROCERY Home baked goods our specialty 49 North Broad St., Nazareth, Pa. Phone PLaza 9-9932 M. WYNNE, GROCER 18 North Main Street, Nazareth, Pa. Phone PLaza 9-2123 GROCERY, MEAT, AND SEAFOOD STORES BUSS ' MARKET Open Daily 7:30-9:30 Sundays 8:30-12:00 Phone PLaza 9-0780 12:00- 8:00 420 S. Main Street, Nazareth, Pa. HARDWARE DEALERS NAZARETH HARDWARE COMPANY 49-51 Main Street Nazareth, Pa. IME AND MONEY HARDWARE DEALERS NAZARETH TOOL SUPPLY COMPANY 150 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Peter F. Yeisley, Prop. HOME AND BUILDING SUPPLIES NAZARETH BUILDING BLOCK Manufacturer of Building Blocks and Building Materials Bethlehem Highway, Route 12 Phone PLaza 9-1820 NAZARETH FURNITURE COMPANY 136 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. HARRY E. FRANTZ Modern Kitchens Ceramic and Rubber Tile 204 N. Green Street, Nazareth, Pa. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS AMERICAN HOTEL 202 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. BUSHKILL CENTER HOTEL Route 2, Nazareth, Pa. Phone PLaza 9-2449 COMMERCIAL HOUSE 128 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. THE DUTCH OVEN Bath-Newburg Pike Nazareth, Pa. Phone TEmple 7-2374 FEHR ' S RESTAURANT Platters and Steak Sandwiches 550 S. Main Street, Nazareth, Pa. MOORESTOWN HOTEL A Landmark of Fine Food and Cocktails RAINBOW DINER A Place for Good Food South Green Street, Easton Road Nazareth, Pa. SARA-J DAIRY BAR AND SNACK SHOP Featuring The Original Steak Sandwich Delicious Pizza Pies Opposite Nazareth Fairgrounds Phone PLaza 9-0783 TOWNE HOUSE 64 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pa. WALLY ' S RESTAURANT Catering 164 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. INSURANCE BATT, JANOS, MARKLEY AND BATT AGENCY, INC. 148 S. Main Street, Nazareth, Pa. 701 Wood Avenue, Easton, Pa. ROY S. HAHN, General Insurance 151 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. JEAN K. HAUPT Notary Public Erie Insurance Exchange Agent 125 E. Center St., Nazareth, Pa. FRANK HUTH SONS Insurance in all its Branches 104 South Main St., Nazareth, Pa. Phone PLaza 9-4900 MELVIN G. KANIPER Nationwide Insurance—Auto, Fire, Life 109 Lincoln Avenue Stockertown, Pa. Phone PL 9-3878 COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND JEWELERS R. D. LAMBERT Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pa. G. S. OSWALD 48 Center Street Nazareth, Pa. FINANCIERS OF OUR YEARBOOK MANUFACTURERS NAZARETH BURIAL VAULT 162 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. NAZARETH PAPER BOX COMPANY 181 South Whitfield Street Nazareth, Pa. NAZARETH PLANING MILL CO. Sash Doors-Shutters-Blinds-Frames Prospect and Green Streets Nazareth, Pa. PHARMACY NAZARETH PHARMACY C. L. Scovell, Reg. Pharmacist Prop. Prescription Specialists Nazareth ' s Largest and Finest Drug Store 68 S. Main Street, Nazareth, Pa. PHOTOGRAPHERS APOLLO STUDIO Nazareth Pennsylvania STULL S PHOTO SERVICE 156 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. PLUMBING CONTRACTORS AND SUPPLIES Compliments of EAST LAWN SUPPLY CO., INC. Nazare th, Pa. NAZARETH PLUMBING AND HEATING 114 Belvidere St., Nazareth, Pa. Phone PLaza 9-0760 SPECIAL SERVICES BETHLEHEM BUSINESS SCHOOL, INC. Union Bank Building Bethlehem, Pa. Phone UN 6-5121 Accounting and Secretarial Courses CLEWELLS CIDER MILL Apples—Cider Home-Cooked Apple Butter in Season R. D. 3, Nazareth, Pa. Compliments of JAMES FERRARO 127 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pa. R. S. KOCHER WATER WELL DRILLING Shallow and Deep Well-Pump Installation 212 Washington Park, Nazareth, Pa. 3 hone PLaza 9-4710 G. C. MURPHY COMPANY Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pa. Best Wishes from THE NAZARETH JACKSONIAN CLUB, INC. Nazareth, Pa. NAZARETH PUBLISHING CO., INC. 46-48 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. Phone PLaza 9-1070 NAZARETH STEAM LAUNDRY Established 1915 Elton E. Johnson, Owner Make Our Phone Line Your Clothes Line Phone PLaza 9-2230, Nazareth, Po. NORT HAMPTON FARM BUREAU " Owned by Those it Serves " Tatamy, Pa. Phone BL 3-1481 WILLIAM M. SILFIES, REG. PROF. ENG. Designing, Building, Construction 363 South Broad Street Nazareth, Pa. SPORTING GOODS NAZARETH NEWS AGENCY Stationer and Sporting Goods 143 South Main Street Nazareth, Pa. NAZARETH SPORTING GOODS Broad and Belvidere Streets Nazareth, Pa. Phone PLaza 9-1535 kiinw wi!m% zA llllSfe nsai L ' W - ' s ' ? ' ' ’’ ' ■ . £wwk mmm WfmmVlrr- wmA mm mmWM l llm ly " wi mwm II »I ill Hi iff [iff (1 111 111 ill Nnlvr iic jrHIi ' MuV tit T 111 Wm 1 Mm tWllr •- ' If I (if mMy t MM Mil i mil MM j 1 ?»» I’fflfi
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