Northampton Area High School - Amptennian Yearbook (Northampton, PA)
- Class of 1957
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JUNIOR I-IIOI-I SCHOOL
Table of Contents
SporTs - - -
PaTrons and AdverTisemenTs
I'IeIIoI Those were my IooTprinTs you
saw on The cover. As rnascoT of The '57
class I have been everywhere - in class.
aT all acTiviTies. and aT sporT evenTs. I've
seen The sTudenTs sTudying hard, prepar-
ing Themselves Tor a successful TuTure.
I've seen Them having Tun TogeTher.
Yes. iT's been a rewarding year, one
To be proud of. Come, ToIIow me as I
reTrace The golden days.
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
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The Senior Class
Norfhamplon Area Joinl'
.A.: , feigi .
MRS ARLENE SWEET
For years Mrs SweeT has oTTered her Time and eTTorT
Tor The beTTermenT oT This school sysTem. For her dedi-
caTed servi-e and consTrucTive and worThy conTribuTions
To dramaTics and The AmpTenman we wish To express our
sincore aopreciaTion To Mrs. SweeT. beTTer known To us as
We missed these familiar faces
Miss Kocner. We wish her success and happiness in The
Two new roles in which she is currenTly sTarring.
MISS LOTTIE MOYER
During our TrequenT healTh check-ups aT WolT Building
we have all come To know Miss l.oTTie Moyer, our school
nurse. This Trim, sTaTely lady in whiTe was always There To
welcome us wiTh a Triendly hello and a warm smile. Now.
aTTer years oT compeTenT service, Miss Moyer is leaving
us. WiTh her go all our sinceresT wishes for a long and
MR. LESTER YEAGER
Knowledge oT Tlowers and ouTdoor liTe is only one phase
oi Mr. Yeager's liTe. Traveling abouT The UniTed STaTes
enabled him To make his classes inTeresTing and popular.
As principal oT WashingTon Building, NorThampTon, and
laTer shop and maTh Teacher in The high school. Mr. Yea-
ger served his communiTy and his school TaiThTully and
compeTenTly Tor 33 years.
MR. BYRON SHUPP
Mr. Shupp, Tormer principal oT BaTh ElemenTary School
and sevenTh grade social sTudies Teacher. used his inTeresT
in sporTs To enliven his classes. By acTually parTicipaTing
in sporTs wiTh his sTudenTs. he made a lasTing impression
upon Those who were in his classes.
These men decide
Sealed: Dr. George A. Eichler, Superinlendent Sfanley Easierday, Roberf L. Jones, Eugene Milharn,
President Howard Raubenhold, Is'r Vice-President Charles Newhard, Treasurer: John Dreisbach.
Siandingz Russell Becker, Joseph George, Roberr Schaffer, Kennefh Haidle, 2nd Vice-Presidenfq
George Newhard, Jerome Burlcepile, Jr., Solicilor: Arfhur Schaffer.
The School Board members and rheir wives enioy an informal dinner.
The School Board is responsible
'lor direcring our learning, esiab-
lishing educalional policies, and
improving our schools. They de-
vore long hours ro rhe serious busi-
ness of educaiion. Their consrani'
improvemenr of our laciliiies en-
able us ro enjoy rhe besl' advan-
rages of a public educarion and
prepare us for higher insrirurions
of learning. Recenily Jrhe Board
has been working on plans for our
new high school. This capable
group oi men srudies our problems.
solves Them, and esiablishes a sys-
rem of school adminisirafion ihai
srrives for The besr in eclucaiion.
They carry through
NORMAN A. LAUB, B.S., M.A.
Mr. Laub. our principal, unravels
The problems oT our complex cur-
riculum. l-le draTTs The scholasTic
and exTra curricular programs in
order To provide a well balanced
educaTion Tor us.
DR. GEORGE A. EICHLER
A.B., M.A., Ed.D.
SuperinTendenT of Schools
This amiable overseer oT our
eolucaTional sysTem is Dr. Eichler,
a man wiTh a deTiniTe adminisTra-
To The complex Task oT co-ordi-
naTing The curricula oT our ioinTure.
he brings wiTh him 26 years oT suc-
cessTul service and experience
Thoughts for today H guidance for tomorrow
EDWIN A. BERG. A.B.
"Monday, July Fourlh. On lhis
day in l776..." Thus slaris anolher
morninq's announcernenl as pre,
senied by our assisiani principal,
sage, and philosopher, Mr. Edwin
Borg. lnlerrogalinq lale comers
and choosing appropriaie selec-
iions for 'rhe mornings musical in-
'rerludes are buf a few of Mr.
Berg's varied daily responsiloililies.
Can we ever forget "And now in
closing, a 'fhoughi' for Jrhe day?"
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ALBERT M. LERCH
Need advice? See Mr.
Alberi lvl. Lerch, our Assisi-
ani Adminislraior, Guidance
Direclor, and friend. He is
inleresled in your pasi rec-
ord, your immediale needs,
and your fuiure plans. Cap-
able, experienced, "Doc"
solves our problems and
helps prepare us for success-
Cur business is their business
Our incluslrious secrelaries lceep our school
offices running smoolhly. Abilily, efficiency,
and a sublle sense of humor enables our slall
fo perform lheir faslqs. large or small, wilh
compelence and ease.
Mrs. Jean l-larlman shows Miss Janel Harharl
lslandingl how lc 'rake care ol our complicafed
Miss Berdell Marchalc
llelfl and Miss Slella
Wanlco add up our
monfhly ailendance lig-
Miss Phyliss Vander-
qrill llelll and Miss
Racheal Nicholas pre-
pare anolher reporl' for
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They cared enough to serve
II's lime our as a few members of our capable facully garher ro
hear and discuss Ihe Iaresl news. Our Iaculry now boasrs 57 mem-
Ioers, each using his perricular skills Io help us belfer our educarion.
Hals off ro fhis comperenr group of eclucalors as They relurn io rhe
realm of leaching.
ANDERSON BARR, B.S.
Geography, Social Sludies
RAYMOND S. BECKER, B.S., M.A.
Junior and Senior Bands, Insirumenral Music,
Boys' Chorus, Spring Concert Chrislmas Ves-
pers, Commencemenf Music
WILLIAM F. BENNETT, Ph.B.
Malhemalics, Home and School Visilor
CLAIRE E. CASTAW, A.B.
BARBARA M. CLAUSER, B.S.
English, Ampfennian, Forensics
JEROME K. CLAUSER, B.S.
Biology, English, Forensics
VIVIAN M. COBLE, B.S.
ROBERT G. CRAWFORD, B.S., M.A. '
I-Iealfh, Social Sluclies, Driver Training
BARBARA de SCHWEINITZ, B.S.
HOWARD W. DOTTER, B.S.
LBERT EPDOSY Ph B B S
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I-Iealfh, Physical Educalion, I-lead Foorball
ALEK L. ERDOSY, B.S.. M.A.
Wood Shops, Cralf Club, Siege Scenery
ALVIN N. FEGELY, B.S.
Malhemaiics, Priniing, School Prin+ing
NELLE Y. FLUCK, B.S., B.S.
Library lnsrruciion, P r o d u c ri 0 n Make-up,
WILLIAM S. GARRETT, B.S.
Meral Shop, Track Coach, Assisranr Foorball
ELIZABETH M. GEIGER, B.S., M.Ed.
Shorrhand, Typing, Secrefarial Praciice, Amp-
'Iennian Business Adviser, Guidance Commiflee
KERMIT GREGORY. A.B.
German, English, Junior Speaking Conresl Y ',,v. V'
ROBERTA F. HABERERN, B.A.
English, Drama Club
HARRIET HALLMAN, B.S.
EVAN HANKEE, B.S.
I-lead Teacher, Marhemaiics
MARY BAILY HARNED
MAGDALENE R. HAUKE, B.S.
Business Trainin Consumer Livin Boolclcee
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ing, Ivlafhemarics, Senior Class Play Propenlies
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VIRGINIA HERMAN, B.S.
KATHRYN W. HERRICK
ROBERT HILYARD, B.S.
American I-Iisfory, Geography
RALPH H UNSICKER, B.S.
MELVIN G. KLEPPINGER, B.S.
Arl', Arf Club, Amplennian Ari Adviser, Pro-
ducfion Slage Seflings, Arr Exhibilion
LEROY KRESSLY, A.B.
LEON C. KUNTZ
lnslrumenfal Music, Spring Concerl
EDWARD LAHOVSKI, B.S.. M.A.
ALFRED LAUBACH, Pl1.B., M.A.
Visual Eclucafion, Facully Afhlefic Manager,
Senior Sludeni Council, Special Supplies
MARION I. LAUBACH, A.B., M.A.
English, Lalfin, French, Senior CIass Play, Com-
mencernenI Pageanl Direclor, Tri-Hi-Y, Nafion-
aI Honor Socie+y
WILLIAM N. LAUBACH, Ph.B., M.A.
Guidance, Junior Sfudenf Council, U.S. His-
Iory, Guidance Commiflee
MICHAEL LISETSKI, Ph.B.
Problems of Democracy, BasebaIl Coach, Fish-
IVAN R. MECHTLY, B.S., M.Ed.
Social Sfudies, Science
MAY G. MECHTLY
DAVID W. MILLER, B.S.
Science, School Supplies
ROBERT C. NEUBAUER, B.A., M.S.
Social Sfuclies, Junior High Fishing CIuI'J
GERALD NEWHARD, B.A.
FLORA L. OBRECHT, B.A.
our '57 followers
ERNEST A. PAPP, B.S., M.S.
Chemislry, Physics, Senior Class Adviser, Amp-
fennian Pholographer, Pholo Club
HARRY G. REIFF, B.S.
Malhemalics, Slage Lighling
RICHARD H. REIMER, Pl1.B., A.B.
Social Sludies, Assislanl Foolball Coach
THELMA S. SANTEE, B.S.
Vocal Music, Junior and Senior Girls' Choruses,
Mixed Chorus, Ensemble, Chrislrnas Vespers,
Forensics, Spring Concerl, Commencemenl'
IVAN P. SCHNECK, B.S.
Bookkeeping, Office Machines
PETER P. SCHNEIDER, Ph.B., M.A.
Social Sludies, Varsily Baskelball Coach, As-
sislanl Foolball Coach, lnlramurals
LEE R. SIEGER, B.S.
Geography, lniramurals, Junior Varsily Bas-
NELLE R. SLOYER, Ph.B.
ROBERT J. SNYDER, B.S., M.A.
Biology, Physics, Usherelles
S. WALTER SNYDER, B.S., M.A.
RALPH E. WAGNER, B.S., M.A.
Guidance, Science, Assislanl' Wreslling Coach
RAY F. WAHL, Ph.B., M.A.
Safely Educalion, Driver Training
HARRY B. WALL, Pl1.B., M.A.
English, "N" Club, Weigh? Club, Concrefe
Courier Adviser, Wreslling Coach
HELEN M. WANISKO. B.S.
Physical Educalion, Gym Demonslralion, Infra-
murals, Cheerleaders, Girls' Gym Team
LAURA l. WEED. Ph.B.
English, Girls' Counselor
HENRY WEIR, B.S.
Malhemalics, Rifle Club, Sophomore Class
HARRY WITEMEYER, B.S.
The candid camera catches
Mr. Al Laubach sels up The pro- l'lere's our supply man, lvlr. David
leclor for anolher film. Miller, in his slorehouse.
Our laculfy members exchange news during lunch.
off guard shots
Anollwer Amp1'ennian piclure is in Mr. Roberl l6ershwinl Snyder lakes
flue making in Mr. Ernesl' Papp's clarlz- a few liol licks al llwe keys.
The perennial guesiion -- A loig car or a fur coal? Miss Laura Weed and Charlie Slwimer clebalre.
To "round out" our education
Sealed: E. Lerch, fx. Smilh, A. Shelloclc. E. Gardner, S. Young, M. Billy, C. Tarnow.
Sfandingz R. Farber, M. Kohler, H. Repperl, H. Ruch, M. Newharcl, K. Deiberl, M. Gerhef, M. Kohler.
If has oflen been said Tha? man cannof live ,by
bread alone. Neifher can siudenis exisi eniirely on
"brain" food. Therefore, if was wiih lceen delighf
Thai we anlicipaled every noon hour 'ro saiisfy our
craving for "s+omach" food. and 'ro review 'rhe day's
happenings wirh our classmafes af lunch.
Mrs. Mary Zirinslcy, diefilian balances +he
menu and her secrefary, Miss Phyllis Kocher,
balances 'rhe books.
Mrs. Nevvhard, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Mes
lunch al 'ihe Wolf Annex.
senlehner and Mrs. MacAdam prepare 6
The unsung heroes
Mr. Alfred Lauer and Mr. Joseph BreiTTeller The sTage is seT by Mr. RoberT STuber and lvlr.
Tix The peer venTs . . . again! Pearly Druckenmiller.
Around The clock, ThroughouT The enTire year, The
school buildings are under The consTanT mainTenance
OT our cusTodial sTaTT. These amiable, hard-working
people provide prompT and eTTicienT service which
keeps The insTiTuTion operaTing on a smooTh and
organized basis. We saluTe and Thank These per-
sonnel Tor Their conTinued eTTorTs To keep This school
a comTorTable and enjoyable place.
LJUI UWII Uubl L,C1Ik,HUla, IVIID. I lclcll
Taschler and Miss Emma Snyder, have a
To add To our comTorT, Mr. F. Laury and Mr. C. Mr. l-larry Rehrig repairs a
Frack keep The Tiery furnaces Ted. broken door laTch.
Cough - say ah - listen
Dr. Mahlon Miller checks one of our "Cubs" while lvlrs. Dorolhy lfrdosy records
Our medical slall pracrised and believed lhal physical
lieallh goes hand in hand wilh menlal heallh. Checking
leelh, giving physicals, and adminislering hearing lesls
was only a srnall parl ol lheir iob of caring 'lor us. They
are 'lhe unspoken necessilies ol our school.
Lell: Dr. George l-lrishko, Dr. Charles Morilz, Dr. Sidney Parrnel,
and Dr. Charles Sieger.
Miss Lillian Slelller breaks lhrough lvlilce's sound barrier wilh lhe audiorneler.
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g,e::oihjy5chO11 Giga 'lla-nes
We hailed due quick-I pass-ing years 'With jfj- ous head and har
giiidihi if '3 ai
Anal now our hearts have wouncf about For Jownthe pathwys of lhejears
Our memories bright and clear Somecllay all turn
Of evezy hall and palh we knew In memoy of the laapgj diiys
Ana, 10vec1 while we were here. Wlh colors -Orange anal Black.
:len Bawkmvihi +Do1-is Siuber
We proudly present . . .
Class Mello: The Fulure Belongs To Those Who Prepare For ll.
Class Colors: Red and While
Class Flower: Red Rose
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Sealed: Joy Fox, secrelaryq Daniel Kochenash, presideni. Slandingz Richard Sanlo,
Treasurer: Mr. Ernesl Papp, adviser: Roberl Reimer, vice-presidenl.
May we presenl lhe officers heading our lenglhy column of seniors - Danny,
Whiskey, Joy, and Spike. These leaders kepl us informed on all "lron+s" of NAJHS
and enlhusiaslically campaigned during our necessary operalions - The Class Play.
Washinglon Trip, and Dinner Dance. Their slraleg , perseverance, and leadership
guided l7l upperclassmen lo achieve 'lheir goal, lheir high school diploma. The
officers were ably assisled by Their chief-of-slafl. Mr. Ernesl Papp, The incomparable
senior class advisor.
HELEN JANE BANKOWSKI
3l3 Easi 23rd Sireer
I-lelen defies The saying.
"BeauTy and brains don'T mix."
Being presidenT ol SodaliTy,
vice-presidenT ol NaTional
Honor SocieTy. and singing in
Girls' Ensemble are among
I-lelen's accomplishmenTs. Our
elemenTary Teacher will charm
some lucky school children in
Colle e Pre arafor . Girls' En-
semible I, 2? 3, Mixed Ensemble
I, 2, 33 Girls' Chorus I, 2,131
Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, Forensics
2, 3: Nafional Honor Sociefy 2,
37 Ari ExhibiT I, 2, 3, AmpTen-
JANICE R. BECKER
NorTharnpTon, R.D. I
See Those dimples. You know
They belong To Jan. l-lurrying
from chorus To band keeps Jan
on her Toes. She's an ardenT
horseback rider arid shows
leadership in choir and 4-H
club. She slill Tinds Time To
dream of an office in The Tu-
Secrelarial. Chorus I, 2, 33 Band
l, 2, 33 AmpTennian 3.
STANLEY E. ANTHONY
22l6 Main STreeT
"NewT" boasTs a big smile
and a TalenT Tor Teasing The
'lair sex. Being a loyal woods-
men and an explorer in The
scouls helps STan prepare Tor
a TuTu'e in ToresTry.
College Preparaiory. Boys' Chorus
I, 2, 3, Track I, Gym Exhibifion
Ig Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3.
EVELYN CAROL BACHMAN
Walnuloorf, R.D. I
Gyer The bridge and Thru
The "Lee" goes "Goody" and
her guiTar. Besides being an
auThoriTy on hillbilly songs,
Evelyn is acTive in Tri-l'li-Y.
NexT she will Trade school bells
Tor wedding bells.
Clerical and Sales. Tri'Hi-Y l, 2,
33 Ampfennian 3.
Our hopeful T'
JAMES H. ATTRILL, JR.
BaTh, R.D. 2
Jim, one ol: The boys from
The I-loagie Club. can be seen
regularly aT The Blue LanTern.
Fishing and hunTing are Tops
wiTh him. Jim will be a Tine ad'
diTiori To The Navy aTTer gradu-
IndusTriaI Arls- Fishing Club I, 2,
3, Rifle Club I.
NORMA L. BACHMAN
NorThamplon, R.D. I
Norma enioys boTh church
and hillbilly music. A good
book, Sunday School Teaching,
and The Order of The Rainbows
Tor Girls, keeps "ShorTy", our
TuTure secreTary slrepping. lm-
mediaTe plans include business
Secrefarial. Tri-Hi-Y I, Z, 3, Amp-
pa ge TwenTy-Two
before us looms,
WAYNE D. BARTHOLOMEW
DanieIsv'Ile, R.D. 2
Wayne, who is heading Tor
a career as a scienfific farmer,
is kepT busy as 'l'opTer's ace
liTeguard. Fishing and hunTing
raTe high wiTh "Curly". Some
college will welcome Wayne
Indusirial Arls. Fishing Club Ig
STudenT Council 2.
OLIVIA B. BEERS
Danielsville, R.D. I
Blonde and bubbling is
"Beersy." Miss Do-lTAAll's in-
Te'esTs lie in Teaching Sunday
School, aTTending church, and
going on moonlighT hayrides.
The TuTure will find Olivia as a
busy secreTary or housewiie.
SecreTariaI. Ampiennian 3,
RAY A. BEIL
Wanl lhe lalesl lowdown on
lhe Phillies? See Ray, our ex-
perl on lhe maior leagues.
l-le's ready lo lake his place
in any discussion on his pel
lopic - hunling. An aclive
member ol lhe Pelersville
Church lvlen's League, Ray will
carry on aclivilies wilh a
DAVID K. B1LHE'MER
250 Easl Zlsl Slreel
Hidden lalenls, comedy pre-
lerred, keep "Blidge", our
Eagle Seoul, pool shark, and
lileguard on lhe go. Employed
by lhe AXP, Dave divides his
lime belween checking sales
and allending drive-ins. Le-
high's "brown and while" is in
line lor our lulure engineer.
College Preparatory. Arl Club Ig
Pholo Club lg Track lg Amplen-
nian 35 Gym Exhibilion I3 Chris?-
mas Vespers 3.
new tasks and dut now
ROBERTA M. BLUM
Danielsville, R.D. I
Brighl, cheerlul, energelic -
l h e s e adieclives describe
"Berlie." This sporls lan enioys
roller skaling. A secrelarial or
homemaking career appeals lo
Clerical and Sales.
ELSIE V. BORBACS
Walnulporl, R.D. 2
Looking lor Elsie? Our na-
lure lover lakes lime oul from
walking in lhe woods lo "lry"
loods in lhe kilchen. Being a
lailhlul Tri-Hi-Y member and
honor roll sludenl prove her
dependabilily. The lulure will
ring oul wedding bells lor
Clerical and Sales. Tri-Hi-Y I, 2,
31 Amplennian 3.
MARYANN E. BENNINGER
Here comes our blonde gum
chewer, lalking aboul lasl
nighl. Maryann, a loyal choir
member, is known lor saying
"Whal lhe HARRY." Talk
aboul Edgemonl Park and
Maryann lakes her parl. Her
abilily in leller wriling should
increase her chances as suc-
cess as a privale secrelary.
Secrelarlal. Tri-I-li-Y l, 2, 3, Na-
lional Honor Sociely 3, Amp-
ROBERT A. BIRD
Walnulporl, R.D. 2
As his name implies, "Birdy"
loves lhe ouldoors. Give him a
rille or a lishing pole, and lhe
quiel lellow proves his abilily,
The neighbor's will miss lheir
prize larm hand when "Birdy"
ioins lhe US. Mililary.
Induslrlal Arls. Gym Exhibilion I.
CHARLES B. BODNAR
Norlhamplon, R.D. 2
"Anyone 'lor lhe movies?"
is Charles' lavorile queslion.
"Basil", our gridiron specialisl,
is kepl busy wilh hunling and
lrapping. Aller gradualion il
will be lhe Air Force blue lor
Induslrial Arls. Foolball I, 2, 33
Clinic I, Z, 316-ym Exhibilion Ig
N Club 3.
LEONARD J. BREITFELLER
Norlhamplon, R.D. I
Gangwayl Here comes Len-
ny, our speedy hallback, scor-
ing anolher louchdown. This
bonebender demonslrales his
abilily on lhe mals loo. The
Navy will make good use ol
Induslrial Arfs. Foollaall I, 2, 3:
Wreslling I, 2, 33 Clinic I, 2, 33
Weighl Club I, 2, 35 Gym Exhi-
bilion lg N Club 3.
Bafh, R.D. 2
Quief Les loves fo spend his
spare 'lime hunfing and fishing.
I-Ie's a champion rabbif raiser
foo. Les builds his hopes for
fhe fufure on a sign saying
"Derharnmer and Son, Con-
KATHLEEN J. ENGLER
Bafh, R.D. 2
Kafhy, a loyal roofer af all
sporf evenfs, is one of fhe Blue
Lanfern's mosf faifhful pafrons.
And when swimming season
comes around, Kafhy is fhe
firsf one in and fhe lasf one
ouf. The fufure offers a choice
-bookkeeper or airline hosf-
Clerical and Sales. Tri-Hi-Y I, 2,
33 Gym Exhibifion Ig Girls' Cho-
RUTH ANN BURIANIC
Norfharnpfon, R.D. I
Rufh's big brown eyes and
ever ready grin will make any
sick room brighfer. This eques-
frian lends fun and laughfer fo
Tri-I-Ii-Y, Courier, and fhe
prinl shop. Vlfifh Rufhy as R.N.,
who'll mind being sick?
Colleqe Preparatory. Tri-Hi-Y 2,
33 Courier 2, 33 Vespers 2, 3,
Science Fair Z1 Gym Exhibifion
Ig Chrisfrnas Vespers 3.
RUTH E. DECH
256 Penn Slreef, Bafh
"Baby Rufh" is fhe Acrne's
besf cusfomer. Nighfly walks fo
f"e mailbox accounf for fhaf
slim, frim figure. Square danc-
ing, Youfh Fellowship, and
church choir are Rufhie's favor-
ife pasfimes. "Number please"
is whaf she'll be saying in The
Clerical and Sales. Tri-I-Ii-Y I, Z,
31 Ampfennian 3.
' , In music, scho
DALLAS DANN ER
Looking for "Tex"? Try
Edgemonf Park, fhe second
home of fhis shy lad. Our avid
coin collecfor is also a virfuoso
on fhe piano and accordion.
His fufure is cuf ouf as a bar-
Induslrial Arls, Fishing Club I, Z3
Rifle Club I, 23 Art Exhibif Z.
I32O N. Van Buren Sl., Allenfown
Dreaming abouf flying is
Dick's favorife pasfime. Work-
ing af Dairyland, repairing his
hof-rod car, and riding his
moforcycle fakes up his free
fime. Dick will be a fine addi-
fion fo fhe U.S. Air Force.
Indusfrial Arfs. Rifle Club I, 2.
, sports, and art,
DALE D. EDELMAN
Bafh, R.D. 2
Who's fhaf coming across
fhe field? You're righf if's
keen-eyed Dale, "Cross Roads"
number one aufhorify on wild-
life. Working on fhe farm and
going fo square dances ac-
counf for his affer school
hours. Dale will fly wifh fhe Air
Force affer graduafion.
DIANA M. FALMAN
I47 Main Slreel'
Oh! how she hafes fo gef up
in fhe morning, buf menfion
The word polka and wafch her
eyes lighf up. Diana will never
refuse french fries, peanuf sun-
daes, or dances. The clicking
of fypewrifer keys is nexl' on
fhe agenda for fhis wizard
from behind Whelan's soda
Se'refariaI. Tri-I-liAY 33 Ar? Club
Ig Nafional Honor Soclely 31
SHIRLEY B. FATZ NGER
Walnulporl, R.D, 2
A cheery smile and a brighl
hello inlroduce you lo our
slencil-happy lriend. Baby sil-
ling and allending Tri-I-li-Y
meelings occupy lhis girl's
lirne, A secrelarial iob comes
Clerical end Sales. Tri-Hi-Y I, 2,
3, Arl Club lg Amplennian 3.
BURTON J. FEIDLER
I502 Main Slreel
Vifell-buill, sharp dresser,
rugged alhlele, - lhal's Burl,
our praclical ioker. From chiel
baskel-boy al lhe swimming
pool, he converls his lalenls
inlo playing guard on lhe
"Konkrele Kid" lineup. Nexl on
lhe agenda is lhe Air Force
College Prepa alory Foolkall I,
2, 31 Foolball CI nic 2, 33 Wresl-
all of our cl
a eg took a part. ' f,
BEATRICE C. FOCHT
2325 Washinglon Avenue
A hearly giggle announces
Bealy's arrival. Our gum chew-
ing experl is lops in roller
skaling, swimming, and looking
lor handouls al lunch lime.
Working al Lerner's keeps our
lulure secrelary slepping.
Secrelarial. Pholography Club I,
25 Gym Exhibilion Ig Amplen-
Balh, R.D, I
Anolher one ol lhe senior
leam is red-haired Joy, pilch-
er lor lhe Balhelles. She is
seen al all alhlelic evenls,
cheering lhe black and orange
onward. "Bulchie" holds lhe
lille ol secrelary lor our iunior
and senior class. Slie'll probe
lhe unknown as an X-ray lech-
College Prevaralory. 6'rls' Cho-
rus I, 2, Miyed Chorus I, 23 Con-
crele Courier I, 2, 31 Temple
Press Tourriamenl 2, 3: Science
Fair 25 Gym Team 3, Cheerlead-
er I, 2, 3, Class Secrelary 2, 3,
Senior Class Play, Amplennian 3.
ROBERT R. FIELDS
II9 N. Cheslnul Sl., Balh
Where lhere's lun, lhere's
Bobby. Going lo Nazarelh, old
lashion square dancing, and
chasing girls are his hobbies.
Parlicipaling in Sludenl Coun-
cil may lead lo a brillianl ca-
reer lor our lulure execulive.
Cleknicfal and Sales. Sludenl Coun-
RICHARD R. FREDERICK
Norlhamplon, R.D. I
ll's service wilh a smile when
"Richie" is behind lhe counler
ol lhe Beersville General Slore.
Sporls-minded Rich loyally
backs the Phillies and plays a
good game ol minialure goll.
Is il college or Navy nexl?
Cleri'al and Sales. Pholo Club I,
2, 31 Sludenl Council 3.
ROBERT A. FEHN EL
Serious? Nol "Bob." This
happy-go-lucky blonde bomber
wears a grin on bolh lhe dia-
mond and lhe mal. The mighly
mile's hobbies include horse-
back riding and hunling. The
Air Force will lind Bob deserv-
ing ol his wings.
Clerical and Sales. Rifle Club lg
Gym Exhibilpn Ig "N" Club I,
2, 33 Wresllinq I, 2, 3, Baseball
2, 3, Weighl Club I, 2, 3.
I502 Main Slreel
Where's lhal friendly, ever-
ready. happy-go-lucky miss
again? Baby-silling and pholo-
graphy occupy mosl ol Joan's
spare lime, She hopes lo be-
come a governess.
Clerical and Sales. Pholo I, 21
PRISCILLA J. GILBERT
Bath5 R.D. 2
Out of our "57 Variety" we
introduce to you a newcomer
from the "Blue and White."
l-ler pleasant smile and crisp
voice go far in Youth Fellow-
ship and choir. The ending re-
veals Priscilla, having reached
her goal. a "Private Secretary."
Secretarial. Art Club 25 Tri-I-li-Y
35 Amptennian 3.
JOHN J. GRABARITS
942 Dewey Avenue
There-'s "Grabs" grabbing
the pigskin again. Our high
jumper on the track team came
dawn to earth to prove his
ability as a gridiron end and
an ardent angler. This future
mechanical engineer utilizes his
talents now by keeping the
Hungarian I-lall bowling alleys
College Preparatory. Football I,
2, 35 Football Clinic 2, 35 Track
2, 35 Gyrn Exhibition I5 N Club
EDWARD L. FRISCH
2236 Main Street
"Anything else?" Ed's prac-
ticing his salesmanship by
clerking in a grocery store. Off
hours are spent eating at
Chips or working on Fords.
Ed's hoping for a iob at lvlacks
Clerical and Sales.
PRISCILLA L. GARDNER
Gossip, giggles, and gum...
fhat's Pris. A Studebaker whizz-
ing by means Pris is bound for
the Coplay Skating Rink. Our
Newberry's clerk and Courier
reporter will liven some bosses
office in the future.
Secretarial. Concrete Courier 2, 3.
pa ge twenty
Bath, R.D. I
Quiet, witty Alice uses her
spare time corresponding with
her pen pals and designing her
own wardrobe. The future is
indefinite as she debates be-
tween a career as secretary or
Clerical and Sales. Concrete Cou-
rier I, 2.
ANN T. GASPER
227 Broad Street, Bath
Ann, our bashful blonde with
the flashing blue eyes, devotes
her efforts to tennis. Sodality,
choir rehearsals, and movies
keep Ann occupied. There's a
bright future ahead for our
grade "A" secretary.
Se:retariaI. Photo Club I5 Tri-I-lie
Y 35 National Honor Society 35
RONALD L. GOUGHER
l435 Washington Avenue
Ron is our scientific sports-
man. From hunting and fishing
to wrestling and track, Ron's an
expert in them all. And when
Science Fair comes around,
he's there too, taking the
awards. Muhlenberg will help
him attain that career in biol-
College Preparatory. F'shing Club
I, 25 Wrestling I, 2, 35 Track I,
2, 35 Science Fair I, 25 National
Honor Society 2, 35 Concrete
Courier 35 N Club 3.
PHYLLIS J. GREEN
"Have any food for me?"
identifies Phil, the brown-eyed
beauty. She can be found
working at the Green Lantern
or writing letters to the Air
Force. Wedding bells will ring
for "Phil" in the near future.
Secretarial- Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3.
JUDITH C. GREENE
5l8 Easl Elh Slreel
l-lere's Miss Fashion. New-
hard's Drug Slore, alhlelic
evenls, and dancing al Arlhur
Murray keep lhis maiorelle
busy. Judi will be checking
gym suils and sneakers al
College Preparalory. Maiorelle I,
23 Gym Eyhibilion I, Chorus I,
2, 3, Tri-I-li-Y lg Pholo Club lg
Gym Team I, 33 Senior Class
2l8O Vllashinglon Avenue
Zoom! There goes "Gloomy"
on his red molor scooler.
Sporlsminded l-lerb is an ar-
denl cenler on bolh lhe grid-
iron and hardwood. This lanky
six looler will lloal his way inlo
lhe lulure wilh lhe Uniled
College Preparalory. Foolball I,
2, 33 Bazkelball l, 2, 31 Foolball
Clinic I, 2, 35 Fish'ng Club I, N
Club 33 Track 2, 3 Arl Club lg
Gym Exhibilion I: Chr slmas Vesa
DAVID H. HARTZELL
Sll Easl Main Slreel, Balh
Horseback riding! Hunlingl
Fishing! This busy round ol ac-
livilies keeps our sporlsman
hopping. No maller how busy
Dave is, he can always lind
lime lo crack iokes. Our loss
will be lhe Armed Force's gain.
Clerical and Sales. Rifle Club If
Gym Exhibilion I.
PAUL E. HEINY
Walnulporl, R.D. 2
Looking lor Paul? Look al
Eurl's Diner. "Hans," our quiel,
skilllul larmhand, spends his
spare lime cycling and leasing
lhe girls. Agricullure will be
College Preparalory. Gym Exhibi-
a 1, .
.. ... ,af
Penn Slreel, Balh
l-lere's lhe Doger's mosl en-
lhusiaslic lan. ln addilion lo
baseball Ed's sporls inleresls
include hunling and lishing.
I-lis hi-li records also provide
many enioyable leisure hours.
Big business is nexl on lhe
Cler'cal and Sales.
RONALD J. HAINES
IAS? Newporl Avenue
Menlion boals or guns and
walch "Vel's" eyes brighlen.
Praclice on lhe parallel bars
keep Mr. Wresller in lop con-
dilion. Our gym leam's loss
will be lhe Frogmen's gain.
College Preparalory. Gym Team
l, 2, 31 Wreslling I, 2, 3.
ROBERT R. HAYDT
Walnulporl, R.D. 2
A squeal ol lires and "Be-
bop's" oll lo anolher drag
race. Fixing and cuslomizing
cars is Bob's lavorile paslime.
His lilelime dream ol sunny
Florida will become a realily
when he leaves lor lhal special
iob wailing lor him aller grad-
lnduslrial Arls. Fishing Club 3.
JEAN B. HENNING
l22 Washinglon Slreel, Balh
Sparkling hazel eyes, and a
sweel smile, belong lo Jeannie
wilh lhe lighl brown hair. She
enioys Youlh Fellowship, choir
rehearsals, and baby silling. ln
lhe lulure Jeannie will make a
line bookkeeper lor "Mr,
Clerical and Sales. Amplennian 3.
610 Main STreeT
"I-loTTy's" hisTory runs in
Threes. This Three-leTTer man
excels in TooTball, baseball, and
baskeiball. On Three diTTerenT
occasions he held The TiTle
"lvlr. PresidenT," - as class
Pre-xy in our sophomore and
iuriior years and now presidenT
OT The N Club. ProTessional
sporTs will welcome Charles.
College Preparaiory. N Club I,
2, 31 FocTbaIl Clinic I, 2, 33
Baseball I, Z, 3, FooTbalI I, Z,
31 BaskeTball I, 2, 31 Gym Ex-
hibition I, Class PresidenT I, 23
FooTball Co-CapTain 2, 3, Bas-
keTbaII Co-CapTain 3.
HARVEY J. HUTH
Danielsville, R.D. I
When iT's Time Tor work
"BaIbo" is There, helping ouT
in The band and his church ac-
TiviTies. Look high and you'll
see our mounirain climber
sTalking game on some loTTy
peak. ATTer graduaTion Harvey
will make The big change Trom
model airplanes To Air Force
Clerical and Sales. Band I, 2, 3.
DOROTHY A. HENNINGER
Bafh, R.D. 2
A quieT smile. a soTT voice,
and lovely wavy hair inTroduce
DoTTie. Sprucing up The church
and paTronizing The Blue Lan-
Tern keep DOT on her Toes.
l'lere's To our TuTure lady in
College Preparatory. Girls' Cho-
rus l, 2, 3, PhoTo Club I, 2g Gym
476 EasT IITh STreeT
WiTh her weekly checks Trom
Kroope's CoTTon Shop. Diane
fills herselT aT l-lillTop and Then
hurries across The sTreeT To The
skaTing rink. l-ler dream oT The
TuTure - To be a WesTern
Clerical and Sales. Tri-I-li-Y l, 2,
33 Ampfennian 3.
Danielsville, R.D. I
A devilish, daring gridiron
hallback is Bob. Working aT
The Penn l:ruiT, caTching Tor
The Danielsville nine, and Tak-
ing Trips To SlaTingTon Take up
"Smokey's" Time. The monTh of
"Jan" is preTerable Tor our
lndusTrial Arh. Track Ig Gym Ex-
hibiT'r-n I3 FooTbaIl I, 2, 33 Fish-
ing CI-eb I, Z, 3, Clinic I, 2, 3,
N Club 3.
WARREN R. HOCKMAN
I5l6 Wash'ngTon Avenue
Vtfheiher making The honor
roll in school or sundaes aT The
MXN. This Dodger Tan, phoTo
bug, sI'amp collecfor. and liTe
scouT has all The info needed.
Business college is ahead Tor
Clerical and Sales. PhoTo Club I,
Z, 3: ArT Club 3.
What joy a we lend used to be,
I672 Railroad STreeT
I-locky and Those Two spiT
curls are inseparab'e. Our bas-
keTball sTar and cinder man
Tinds Kosc's Trading PosT The
source of his Tamous iokes.
VValT will be riding high in The
C o I I e g e Preparafory. Foofball
Manager Ig N Club 2, 3, Track
2, 3, BaskeTbaII I, 2, 3.
BARBARA ANN HUTNICK
WalnuTporT, R.D. 2
Looking Tor Barb? Our llTh
grade spelling champ can usu-
ally be Tound working in The
library. This neaT and easy-
going girl Trom Brooklyn, is a
whiz in shorThand and book-
keeping. We know she will be
an assef in some business as a
Secrefarial. STudenT Council 23
NaTionaI Honor SocieTy 35 Amp-
Tennian 3, Library AssisTanT I, 2,
35 Chrislmas Vespers 3.
ROBERT D. JOHNSON
Roberf is a man of many
moods. His hobbies range
from hunfing and fishing fo
'lropical fish and choral music.
Look ouf Fred Asfaire, here
comes a new rivall
College Preparafory. Boys Chorus
I, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3.
JOSEPH J. KANAS
Walnufporf, R.D. I
A whiz af The easel and a
masfer in mechanics is Joe.
Frequenf Irips fo Slafingfon in
his well-pampered car enable
Joe fo keep fabs on fhe Iafesf
movies. Having radio or TV
frouble. Call Joe - fufure re-
DIANNE D. KEMMERER
Our fun-loving classmafe
wifh a soff voice and friendly
smile is an acfive Tri-Hi-Y
member. You can offen find
her adding new ifems fo her
sal'l and pepper collecfion.
Dianne looks forward 'lo a life
as a busy secrefary.
Clerical and Sales. Tri-Hi-Y l, 2,
LARRY J. KERN
II9 Wesf 27fh Sfreef
Pins, poles, sficks, and
shells - "Kerney's" assorfmenf
of sporfing equipmenf. Bofh
fhe pool ball and fhe bowling
ball rack up scores for Larry.
Rabbifs, fish, and nurses are
his prize cafches. "Kerney"
hopes fo "sfrike" success in
Clerical and Sales. Rifle Club Ig
Sfudenf Council 23 Wrestling I,
DAVID L. KERN
Walnuf Sfreef, Bafh
Medio, a nalural Liberace,
is a iovial fellow who is always
handy wifh a ioke. David furns
serious when doing church
work or singing Ioass in chorus.
College is nexf on fhe agenda
College Preparafory. Chorus I, 2,
PATRICIA A. KIRCHESNER
Walnufporf, R.D. 2
Paf, our Legion Award Win-
ner, is always welcome wifh her
warm and friendly personalify.
Nafional Honor Sociefy, band,
eighf penpals, and 4-H infer-
es'ls keep fhis energefic gal on
fhe go. Paf's fhoughffulness
and sincerify will be wonderful
assefs 'lo her feaching career.
College Preparalory. Band l, 2, 3,
Courier 2, 31 N Club 2, 3, Na-
fional Honor Sociefy 2, 3, Sci-
ence Fair I, 23 Arl' Exhibif I, 23
Gyrn Exhibifion lg Chrisfmas
CLAIRE E. JONES
274 Easf Main Sfreef, Bafh
Music, Music, Musicl
Whefher accompanying 'l'he
ensemble, playing af Sunday
school, or enfering Forensics,
nimble-fingered Claire finds
her nofe behind a Sfeinway.
This gaI's an ardenf Dodger
fan, a lover of cafs, and a loyal
Girl Scouf. If's a music degree
for fhis lass.
College Preparalory. Girls' Cho-
rus I, Z, 33 Mived Chorus I, 2,
3, Girls' Ensemble I, 2, 3, Na-
fional Honor Sociefy 3, Forensics
I, 2, 33 Accompanisl l, 2, 31
Ampiennian 3, N Club 3.
R. THOMAS KELLER
Main Sfreef, Bafh
"Safch" is a "bimuscular"
mari. His vocal muscles are
sfrengfhened by "bari'Ioning"
in school and disfricf chorus.
His body muscles are kepl' in
shape by wresfling and exer-
cising on fhe parallel bars.
Tom's black and orange band
uniform will be fraded for one
of Lehigh's brown and whife.
College Preparalory. Band I, 2,
31 Boys' Chorus I, Z, 33 Mixed
Chorus I, 2, 3, Mixed Ensemble
l, 2, 33 Wfesfling I, 2, 37 Science
Fa'r 2, Disfricf Chorus 2, 33 Na-
tional Honor Sociefy 3, Foren-
sics I, 2, 3.
DANIEL M. KOCHENASH
20I Wesf Main Sfreel, Bafh
Mr. Presidenf. This gridiron
guard is fhe capable leader of
bofh our senior class and fhe
Nafional Honor Sociefy. The
Lehigh River is Danny's favor-
ife spof for wafer skiing and
mofor boafing. I'Ie'II soon be
fackling fhose engineering
problems af Lehigh.
College Preparafory. Wresfling I,
Foo+baIl I, 2, 3, Clinic I, 2, 3,
Science Fair 2, Nafional Honor
Sociefy 2, 3, Class Presidenf 3,
N Club 3, Amplennian 3, Gym
Exhibilion I, Weighl' Club I:
Chrisfmas Vespers 3.
CAROL ANN KOHLER
IB54 Washinglon Avenue
Our iunior class freasurer
sfrikes a preffy chord no mal-
'Ier whal she does. This afhlefic
fan includes G-irl Scoufs,
church aclivilies, and ensemble
in her exfra curricular program.
The bells af Weslminsfer will
ring a welcome for Carol.
College Preparalory. Girls' Cho-
rus I, 2, 3, Girls' Ensemble I, 2,
3, N Club 3, Ampfennian 3, Gym
Exhibifion I, Class Treasurer 2,
Band I, 2, Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3
2386 Washingfon Avenue
Equally af home afield or in
fhe shops is Clayfon. Anyfhing
wrong wifh your car? Klep can
repair if. I-Iunfing, hiking, and
weighf-Iifling will keep Ihe
mighfy-mife busy unfil he
lands fhaf permanenf mechan-
TYRONE R. KNELLER
Bafh, R.D. I
Make way for "Crazy-legs",
fhe foofball flash. Besides be-
ing a sfellar afhlefe, Ty is an
aufhorify on woodwork and
building. Will fhe sea and
ships replace fhose hammers
lndusfrial Arfs. Baskefball I, Gym
Exhibifion I, Foolball I, 2, 3,
Clinic I, 2, 3.
PEGGY ANN KLINE
Walnufporf, R.D. I
Being an acfive Tri-I-Ii-Y
member doesn'I sfop Peggy
from singing in fhe choir or
skafing af Eclgemonf. The vel-
vefy voice fhal carried This
blue-eyed charmer fhrough 'Ihe
Speaking Confesl will nurse
many of her fufure pafienfs fo
a speedy recovery.
College Preparafory. Tri-Hi-Y I,
2, 3, Gym Exhibifion I, Junior
Speaking Confesf 2, Chrisfmas
Vespcrs 3, Amplennian 3.
235I Main Sfreef
"Bufch" is Mr. Lisefski's
righl hand man on The dia-
mond. Fishing and carrying
bags af fhe AXP keep him in
form, Ron will miss fhose sfrolls
down Washingfon Ave. when
he enfers a Sfafe Teachers'
College Preparafory. Fishing Club
I, 2, 3, Baseball Manager I,
3, Amplennian 3, Gym Exhibi-
Iion I, Foolball I.
dashes to buse ' ere fun to view
NANCY E. KOEHLER
52I Easf 2nd Sfreef
"Nance" sef fhe pace for fhe
corps of maioreffes. When
she's noi' slapping, she's spin-
ning - recorcls, fhal is - af
Lerner's. Whaf'II be, Nance,
housewife or social worker?
CIer'caI and Sales. Mixed Chorus
I, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3,
Gym Team 2, 3, Gym Exhibifion
I, 3, Tri-I-li-Y I, Ampfennian 3,
Band lMaiorelIel I, 2, 3, Red
Cross Rep, 2, 3.
JAMES W. KOHLER
2437 Cherryville Road
Jim displays leadership as
he fulfills fhe dufies of Lufher
League and vice presidenf of
Sfudenf Council. Models, mafh,
and girls keep "Fudd" confenf-
ed in his spare lime. Teaching
shops or mafh af NAJI-IS will
suif Jim fine.
College Preparafory. Boys' Chorus
I, 2, Sfuclenf Council 2, 3, Amp-
fennian 3, Gym Exhibifion I,
Chrisfrnas Vespers 3, Band I,
Iigllixed Ensemble I, Senior Class
JEANETTE E. KOHLER
Balh, R.D. 2
Jeanelle, our brain in book-
keeping, is a lypical redhead
wilh lreckles. Besides her work
in choir and sodalily, she en-
ioys dancing and drawing. The
swilch lo an ollice desk suils
Secreiarial. Arl Club I, 2, Amp-
MARGARET M. KOZERO
I63I Main Slreel
Modern arl, Beelhoven's mu-
sic, amaleur psychology, mur-
der mysleries, and a keen dis-
like lor malhemalics combine
lo give us Margie. This cap-
able girl reveals her lacl and
poise in everylhing she does.
Ivy covered halls will welcome
College Preparalory. Arl Club I,
2, 35 Science Fair I, 2, Arl Ex-
hibil lg Nalional Honor Sociely
33 Ampfennian 3.
we eagerly wai tgssee "Who's Who." v' ,O
MA QM. KRAYNICK
I37 Wes? l7lh Slreel
A llair lor lashion and a gill
ol gab belong lo our spiriled
head maiorelle. I-lowever, Mar-
cia has a serious side loo. As
our school Red Cross repre-
senlalive she proved her lead-
ership abilily. Il's a leaching
degree lrom Indiana S. T. C.
College Preparalory. Maiorelle I,
2, 31 Concrele Courier I, 2, 33
Tri-I-li-Y I, 2, 3 lOfficers Train-
ing Zlg Red Cross 2, 33 Chrisl-
mas Vespers 2, 33 Gym Exhibi-
lion lg Gym Team 2, 3, N Club
3, Amplennian 3.
RONALD A. KUCHARCZUK
7l I Lincoln Avenue
A ball sails lhrough lhe air.
Il's received and once more
we lincl Chubby crossing lhe
goal line. Fun-loving Ron is
never a side-liner where lhere's
mischiel-making. I-le'Il swap
lhose cuslom-buill cars lor
Uncle Sam's planes in lhe lu-
lnduslrial Arls. Fishing Club lj
Baseball l, 2, 35 Foolball I, 2,
33 Gym Exhibilion lg Baskelball
lj Foolball Clinic I, 2, 3, N
Club I, 2, 3.
LOUIS C. KREMUS
l232 Newport Avenue
"Swishl" Walch oull There
goes "Lou" zooming inlo class
iusl in lime. A popular lellow
wilh a good sense ol humor,
Louie has made a lop nolch
homeroom secrelary. Fulure
dream? A high llying Air
Induslrial Arls. Rifle Club lg Fish-
ing Club lg Amplennian 3.
SHIRLEY ANN KULP
I7 Vxlesl lOlh Slreel
Quiel - only lill you gel lo
know her, Young People's
Meelings, sporls, and Ieller
wriling keeps "KuIpie" occu-
pied. Shirley can always be
lound al dances - square or
modern. I-Ier dream is lo be a
Clerical and Sales. Pholo Club Ig
Ar? Club I, Amplennian 3.
MARYAN N E KOWALYSHYN
2005 Siegfried Avenue
Big brown eyes, a launling
smile, and a love lor excile-
merzl inlroduce "Mary." Be-
longing lo our vocal ensem-
bles, lhe local music club, or
parlicipaling in school aclivi-
lies keep her busy. ll's a loss-
up belween nursing or leach-
ing in lhe lulure.
College Preparalory. Girls' Cho-
rus I,2 33 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3,
Cvirls' Ensemble I, 2, 35 Mixed
Ensemble 25 Amplennian 33 For-
ensics 2, 3, N Club 35 Gym Ex-
hibilion Ig Senior Class Play.
RONALD V, KOZERO
436 Easl I2lh Slreel
"Have lun while you can" is
Ronnie's own privale mollo
and he manages lo live by il
lhoroughly. Collecling sporl-
shirls and driving around in a
big yellow car lake up much ol
his lime. This lun-loving ioksler,
however, lels absolulely nolh-
ing gel in lhe way ol his hobby
which is hunling. The lulure lor
Ronnie remains slill unsolved.
I809 Lincoln Avenue
Looking Through a cloud, iT's
a sure bel' ThaT you'll see "Lu-
by", eiTher chasing airplanes
or a long Tlyball. Tony Tunes
up his acTiviTies wiTh a hoT sax.
Toss a coin, Ski! Will iT be Tor-
esiry aT Penn STaTe or The Air
College PreparaTory. Fishing Club
i, 2, 3, Band i, 2, 3.
I7I7 WashingTon Avenue
Whiz! There goes Chiz on his
Cushman. Our shoT puTTer, dis-
cus Thrower. and gridiron
guard is a Tour sTar paTron OT
The STeak House. Flipping
newspapers and bowling will
be leTT behind when Ron dons
The Navy's blue.
College Preparafory. FooTbaIl I,
2, 31 Track I, 2, 31 FooTball
Clinic I, 2, 31 N Club 2, 3.
732 WashingTon Avenue
NorThampTon l'Iigh's answer
To The compTomeTer is "KuTz".
Add, subTracT, mulTiply, or di-
vide - l1e's goT The answer.
ATl'er school his nickel puTs
Dave's pin ball machine inTo
acTion. The TuTure may see an-
oTher Admiral Perry when
"KuTz" ioins The Navy.
lndusTriaI ArTs. AmpTennian 3.
BRUCE A. LAUB
2130 Lincoln Avenue
Need any inTormaTion on
ships or guns? Ask "WyaTT",
our walking naval dicTionary.
This sTaunch Republican Takes
Time ouT Trom campaigning To
be The righT hand oT The "LiT-
Tle GianT." Lehigh will have
TirsT claim on our admiral.
College PreparaTory. Boys' Cho-
rus I1 ChrisTmas Vespers 31 Sci-
ence Fair 31 Track 31 Gym Exhi-
biTion I1 Senior Class Play.
BeThlehem, R.D. 2
Big, brown eyes, and a Tall,
Trim appearance describe our
color guard commander.
Friendly lssy haunTs "The
SpoT", dashes ,To AllenTown,
and gives Those ever-popular
parTies. lssy will keep The Tele-
phone lines a-buzzin in The Tu-
College PreparaTory. Girls' Cho-
rus I, 2, 31 Mixed Chorus I, 21
Chfsimas Vespers 31 Color
Guard fcapT.l I, 2, 31 Gym Ex-
hibiTion I1 Science Fair 2.
LEO L. LIVENGOOD
WaInuTporT, R.D, 2
A roar oT The muTTler, a
squeal oT The Tires, and iT's
"ShorTy" oTT To PalmerTon in
his red and whiTe speedsTer.
ATTer graduaTion comes The
choice - mechanics or con-
TracTing? Whichever iT is, suc-
cess will Tollow. You can "BeT"
lndusfrial ArTs. Riile Club I1 Fish-
ing Club l, 2, 31 Ampfennian 3.
pa ge ThirTy-Two
I never forget,
254 WesT 25Th STreeT
STage lighTsI House lighTsl
Our smiling sTagehand is lighT-
ing up our producTions. "Roc-
ko", The Trailblazer, can always
give you The run down in
spor+s, especially iT iT concerns
NoTre Dame. Which will iT be,
The Air Force or an lvl.D.?
College PreparaTory. FooTbaII I1
STage Crew I, 2, 31 Track I1
ALFRED S. MARAKOVITS
l369 NewporT Avenue
From The Lehigh woods
comes The call oT Aliy. CollecT-
ing knives is This sporTsman's
hobby. Those days of hunTing
and Tishing and The nighTs OT
wedding recepTion and parTies
will soon be Traded Tor duTy in
Uncle Sam's Navy.
Indusfrial Arts. Gym ExhibiTion I.
I8 Easl lBlh Slreel
A swish ol blond hair, a
ready smile, and a ridiculous
laugh lell you lhal Babs is in
your midsl. Allending Young
PeopIe's meelings, leaching
Sunday School, and working al
Newberry's keep her spare
rnomenls occupied. A financial
ollice career looms ahead lor
Clerical and Sales. Girls' Chorus
I, 2, 33 Ensemble Ig Mixed Cho-
rus I, 2, 3, Amplennian 3.
JOAN MAZU R
I375 Ne ,aporl Avenue
Joannie's many lalenls find
oullels in Nalional Honor Soci-
ely, lhe Courier Slall, and
sales girl al Coleman's. Spare
lime spenl Ieller wriling will
pay oil in lhe lulure when
Joannie will be busy laking Iel-
lers lrom some lucky employer.
Sesrelafal. Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, Cou-
rier I, 2, 3, Amplennian 35 Na-
tional Honor Sociely 33 Arl Club
I wonder who was irilaat dingy closet.
MARLEN E E. MERTZ
924 Washinglon Avenue
Vlfhelher il's sewing her own
clolhes, playing lhe piano, or
allending meelings al lhe Jun-
ior Auxiliary Legion, Marlene
finds her work enioyable. A
secrelarial posilion would suil
lhis quiel and conservalive
Secrelarial. Tri-Hi-Y 3, Amplen-
ANTHONY G. MESSENLEHNER
I637 Main Slreel
"Did you hear lhis one?"
Tony's always ready wilh a new
slory. This music-minded mis-
chiel-maker shows his serious
side as an Eagle Scoul and a
lileguard. We prescribe a de-
gree in pharmacy lor Tony,
College Preparalory. Boys' Chorus
I, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus I, 2, 31
Dislricl Chorus I, 37 Amplennian
3: Forensics I, 2, 31 Band I, 2, 31
Mixed Ensemble I, 2.
JOANNE C. MESICS
Walnulporl, R.D. I
"The Blonde Bombshell" is
singing again in homeroom,
girls' chorus, and on lhe church
choir. Praclicing linger exer-
cises on her accordian and col-
Iecling records are her lavor-
ile paslimes. Joanne will make
a line lypisl in any man's ol-
Sesrelarial. Girls' Chorus I, 2, 33
Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, Amplen-
SHIRLEY ANN MEYER
Walnulporl, R.D. I
"Your order please?" Edge-
monl Park's capable wailress is
on lhe iob. Our prelzel ealer
puls some lun in her life by
skaling al I.aRose's, being ac-
live in Tri-I-Ii-Y, and keeping
on lhe honor roll. Shirley will
be some business coIIege's gain.
Secrelarial. Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 33 Amp-
FRANK J. MARTH
526 Easl I2lh Slreel
A llashy hallback on lhe
gridiron and a speedy miler on
lhe cinders describes "Moe",
our iunior class vice-presidenl.
I'lis second homes, lhe Spol
and Edgemonl Park, lake up
mosl of "Romeo's" lime. The
flying wings ol lhe Air Force
come nexl for Frank.
Induslr'aI Arls. Gym Exhibilion lj
Chrislrnas Vespers 2, Class Vice-
Presidenl 2, Clinic I, 2, 3, Track
I, 2, 31 N Club I, 2, 33 Foolball
I, 2, 3.
DELORES M, MELTSCH
503 Easl 9lh Slreel
Vivacily lurks behind lhal
serious exlerior. "Eee-yo!" and
"IvleIl'schy" go logelher like
pie and ice-cream. Our loyal
band member loves lo pro-
mole sales lor Newberry's. De-
lores looks lo lhe lulure as a
Secrelarial. Band I, 2, 31 Amp-
PATRICIA A. MILLER
I5 WesT l9Th STreeT
Blonde and blue-eyed is This
"bookkeeping brain," ATTer
working as a denTisT's assisTanT,
PaT wriTes leTTers To The Air
Force. This soTT-spoken miss will
make a Tine "number please"
Clerical and Sales- Tri-Hi-Y I, 2,
33 AmpTennian 3.
WILLIAM J. MOONEY
227 WesT Main STreeT, BaTh
IT There's an argumenT abouT
The Yankees Bill is sure To be
There deTending Them. His in-
TeresT in church acTiviTies is
shown by his loyal supporT oT
The LuTher League and The
darT baseball Team. Muhlen-
berg will be The TirsT sTep in
helping Bill acquire The TiTle oT
Clerical and Sales. Mixed Chorus
I, Z, 33 PhoTo Club l, 23 Boys'
Chorus I, 2 33 Mixed Ensemble
23 Amplennian 3.
BARBARA A. MICHAEL
BaTh, R.D. 2
Who iusT wenT sailing pasT?
ThaT's "Babs". always on The
go. This TransTer sTudenT Trom
NazareTh is a greaT square
dancer and roller skaTer. She is
never laTe Tor Sunday school
or 4-H club because her "hoT-
rod" is always ready To move.
We know Barbara will like The
SecreTarial. Tri-Hi-Y 3.
ALICE RUTH MILLER
BI3 Lincoln Avenue
See a bob OT black curls and
hear vivacious laugh? . . .
ThaT's Alice as she rushes Trom
Tri-Hi-Y To The Gym Team and
Then To Miller's where she sells
and desgins shoes. She's soon
To enTer The world oT book-
Secrefarial. Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 33 Gym
Team Z, 33 ArT Club I3 Gym Ex-
hibiTion I3 Band I3 Ampfennian
33 NaTionaI Honor SocieTy 3.
I54l WashingTon Avenue
Make Way! Here comes
"Ape" in The hoT '39' Dodge.
Our iesTer and smooTh dancer
is a hard-working man. Home
is only Tor eaTing and sleeping
when Henry is on The move.
LaTe hours, waTer skiing, hunT-
ing, and Tishing suiT This busy
man Tine. Muhlenberg will pro-
TiT when This scholar enTers iTs
College Preparalory. Ampfennian
3, Ico-ediTorl3 Chrisfmas Ves-
PATRICIA ANN MILLER
BaTh, R.D. 2
Crack! Crack! and Tall, Trim
PaT is on her regular Trip To The
wasTe baskeT To deposiT her
gum. Swimming and curly hair
are naTurals wifh PaT. Her in-
TeresTs include "ArT," dancing
and sporTs, The "CrysTal Ball"
holds a secreTarial TuTure Tor
Secrefarial. Girls' Chorus l, 2, 33
Mixed Chorus I, 2, 33 Ampfen-
'I At games we chee 'Cl with one accord
HENRY W. MILLS
BaTh, R.D. 2
TrouT and deer haven'T a
chance againsT Henry's sTraTe-
gy. HunTing and winTer sporTs
provide real Tun Tor This ouT-
door enThusiasT. WhaT's nexT
Henry -- a draTTsman or The
Induslrial Aris. Fishing Club 3.
JOSEPH J. MILISITS
IB47 Lincoln Avenue
"Zeke" is Tops in The class-
room and on The sporTs Tield.
His prize winnnig, spine-Tingl-
ing original oraTion made
Speaking ConTesT hisTory. Na-
Tional Honor SocieTy, sTage
crew, and sporTs keep Joe
husTling during school hours,
while elecTrical iobs Take up
his spare Time. Upon gradua-
Tion he hopes To become a
specialisT in The U.S. Navy.
College Preparafory. FooTbalI I,
23 Track 23 N Club 2, 33 STage
Crew I, 2, 33 Clinic I, 23 Na-
Tional Honor SacieTy 33 AmpTen-
nian 33 Junior Speaking CONTEST:
Gym Exh'biT'on I.
DIANE K. MORITZ
I266 Main Street
Diminutive and delighttul,
that's our competent Louella
Parsons ot the Courier Statt.
Energetic Miss Cosmotology is
also treasurer ot the National
Honor Society. Penn State will
get a real bundle of pep with
College Preparatory. Chorus I,
Courier I, 2, 3, Gym Exhibition
I, Junior Speaking Contest, Na-
tional Honor Society 2, 3, Amp-
tennian 3, lco-editorl, Senior
Class Play, Christmas Vespers 3.
JOHN J. MULASITS
l448 Washington Avenue
Meet "MuIly", Mr, LisetsIci's
champion 'ily tyer and Mr.
Sage's right-hand man, John is
the quiet type who tinds much
enioyment in reading. Trade
school will give "Mully" his
start as an auto mechanic.
Industrial Arts. Fishing Club I, 2,
to urge our pl
ay :Zfor the top award. -2
O ' O
JOHN E. NEETZ, JR.
Northampton, R.D. I
With the gas pedal tlat,
"the Petersville Terror" is on
his way. Crouthamel Grocrey's
right hand man is a whiz at
working on cars. Man your bat-
tle stations, Navy, here comes
Industrial Arts. Rifle Club I, Stu-
dent Council 2.
LORETTA KAY O'BRIAN
2825 Cherryville Road
Need any shoes? See "Lor-
ry", top-notch sales girl, with
the attractive smile and cute
dimples. As tor the tuture, a
little white ranch house would
make "Lorry's" dream come
Clerical and Sales. Girls' Chorus
I, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3,
GARY NICHOLAS 0
305 East 20th Street
Happy-go-lucky "Nick" en-
ioys catching tish and small
game. Besides being head bag-
ger at the AXP, our iovial, wise-
cracker, "Nick," is the schooI's
top-notch drummer. Filling
prescriptions is next tor Gary.
College Preparatory. Fishing Club
I, 2, 3, Gym Exhibition I, Christ-
mas Vespers 3, Band I, 2, 3.
PHILIP D. PETRICK
Walnutport, R.D. I
Mention motorcycles and
watch that glint appear in
PhiI's eyes! Whether he's re-
pairing sparkplugs or razzing
the girls, our Junior Speaker
concocts excitement. The tu-
ture tinds Phil tlying high in
the Air Force.
College Preparatory. Boys' Chorus
I, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3,
Junior Speaking Contest.
2I36 Washington Avenue
Big, brawny and brainy de-
scribes our defensive ace on
the tootball tield. A winner
trom clowning to classwork.
"Tank" is another honor gradu-
ate ot SpangIer's Palestra. Our
baseball expert hopes to land
a tront ottice iob with his ever-
College Preparatory. Football I,
2, 3, Clinic I, 2, 3, Gym Exhibi-
tion I, N Club 3, Stage Crew I,
2, 3, Amptennian 3, Sr. Class
Play 3, Sc'ence Fair 3, Track 3.
SHIRLEY AN N NACHESTY
I922 Northampton Avenue
Slim and trim Shirl is invari-
ably the last to arrive at en-
semble rehearsals, TAC board
meetings, or band practice.
Our "Miss Color Guard" will
be up in the clouds as a tuture
College Preparatory. Girls' Cho-
rus I, 2, 3, Girls' Ensemble I, 2,
3, Arnpfennian 3, Mixed Ensem-
ble 2, Band 3, Mixed Chorus I,
2. 3, Forensics 2, N Club 3, Gym
Danielsville, R.D. I
Did you say somelhing aboul
hunling and fishing? Kenny's
sure 'lo be in lhal conversalion.
Melal and wood shops serve as
lhis handy man's second home.
l-le's gol lhe lulure nailed in
lhe Uniled Slales Army.
lnduslrial Arls. Fishing Club l, 2,
3, Rille Club l.
GEORGE A. REPPERT, JR.
I934 Lincoln Avenue
Do you have car lrouble?
Call up Reppy, lhe curly-
haired aulo mechanic. Where
is he? Eilher working al Brelz
Cleaners, allending Lulher
League meelings, or building
model cars. This mechanical
genius will be a lulure garage
College Preparatory. Fishing Club
I, Amplennian 3, Boys' Chorus l.
Wesl Slreel, Balh
l-low we envy lvlary's dark,
wavy hair. Teen-age dances,
Sodalily, and choir rank high
willl our blushing arlisl. lvlary's
sell voice is sure lo soolhe her
palienls in lhe lulure.
College Preparalory. Tri-Hi-Y 3.
Norlhamplon, R.D. I
A wild hair-do, conslanl
challer, and an engaging smile
are lhe lrademarks ol Sylvia.
A member ol lhe Arl Club and
aclive parlicipanl in lhe Tri-
l-li-Y, she expends her energy
during wreslling season as an
avid enlhusiasl. ln lhe lulure
we see a "Bill" 'lo be collecled
Cgerical and Sales. Trirl-li-Y I, 2,
DOROTHY A. RAYD EN
707 Washinglon Avenue
"Do-Do", lhe slim, shy pilol
of lhe green Buick, likes 'lo lis-
len lo dance music. A iob as a
secrelary and lhe lille "lvlrs."
suil Dorolhy line.
Clerical and Sales. Arl Club I.
ROBERT L. REIMER
I6bO Washinglon Avenue
Thal llash darling across lhe
goal line is "Whiskey", lhe
laslesl lellow on lhe lield.
Bob's sporling achievemenls
include lhe mosl valuable play-
er award in lhe Easl-Wesl
American Legion game and
lhe school's represenlalive lo
lhe All-Slale Foolball Team.
Our iovial vice presidenl and
baseball shorlslop is sure lo be
successlul as a physical ed.
College Preparalory. Foolball I,
2, 3, Baseball I, 2, 3, Baskelball
I, Gym Exhibilion I, Class Sec-
relary I, Clinic l, 2, 3, N Club
I, 2, 3, Clas ice Presidenl 3,
Arl Club I, riswas Vespers 3.
blues, field trip?
the Science Fair,
Danielsville, R.D, I
No, you're nol
double. ll's iusl Bob and his
brolher. Roberl's a
skale", when working on his
lalher's larm, and palronizing
lhe Edgemonl Roller Rink.
Wilh his bow and arrows lhis
modern day Robin Hood will
"shool" lo success wilh Uncle
NANCY JANE RICE
Shyness and sweelness de-
scribe Nan, our bookkeeping
expel. Molorcycle riding, skal-
ing, and dancing are lops wilh
lhis "neal as a pin" dresser.
Nancy will brighlen some busi-
nessrnan's ollice debiling
"bubble gum" and crediling
"smiles" lor her lulure work.
Secrelarial. Arl Club I, Girls'
Chorus I, 2, Mixed Chorus I, 2,
DTANNE M. RINKER
NorThampTon, R.D. I
Have shampooing, seTTing or
sTyling problems? Call on Di-
anne, our hair-dressing experT.
Dianne uses her leisure Time Tor
sewing or dancing aT The Teen-
age cenTer. The TuTure Tinds
Dianne operaTing her own
Clerical and Sales. Girls' Chorus
l, 2, 3g Mixed Chorus I, 2, 31
Tri-T-Ii-Y Ig DramaTic Club Ig
22l2 WashingTon Avenue
An unexpecTed giggle an-
nounces The arrival OT This live
wire. Sylvia donaTes some of
her energy To cheering Tor our
Teams and working Tor The Tri-
Hi-Y. This prize winning Junior
Speaker will soon pep up some
Se:reTar?al. Junior Speaking Con-
Tesfg ConcreTe Courier I ,2, 3:
Tri-Hi-Y I, Z, 35 Ampfennian 33
Oificers Training 33 Senior Class
w 'Es-aimed these
i465 Main STreeT
ElirTaTious eyes and a Triend-
ly smile inTroduce our song-
bird, Judy. Singing on The
church choir, working wiTh The
LuTher League, and aTTending
square dances occupy Judy's
spare Time. OperaTing a Type-
wriTer or a switchboard is her
idea OT a successTul TuTure.
College Preparafory. Girls' Cho-
rus I, 2, ConcreTe Courier lg
Mixed Chorus I, 2g Ensemble I,
2g ChrisTmas Vespers I, 23 Color-
guard 3, Forensics 25 Ampfen-
nian 31 Gym ExhibiTion I.
GERALD H. SCHEFFLER
243 Penn STreeT
A blond crew cuT and an ear
Tor humor describe "Cheb",
The prinTer's devil oT secTion
IZO. This sporTs minded Sunday
school secreTary preTers moTor
bikes, Tishing Trips, and The
Brooklyn Dodgers. Engineering
aT Penn STaTe or an Air Force
Cgllege PreparaTory. FooTball I,
tasks wh? the
I4l WashingTon STreeT, BaTh
"Spike" is boTh a Terror on
The maTs and a whiz in leTT
Tield. Our BaTh Legion hiTTing
champ also scores high wiTh
The Tair sex. WresTling The
books aT The UniversiTy oT
Maryland is nexT Tor our TuTure
Physical Ed. Teacher.
Indusrrial ArTs. Gym ExhibiTion Ig
WresTling I, 2, 37 Baseball I, 2,
33 N Club 3, Senior Class Treas-
ChesTnuT STreeT, Barh
This TalenT show winner is a
sTar in his maTh and English
courses, Too. Our "Lawrence
Welle" is equally aT home play-
ing his accordian or manipu-
IaTing a TypewriTer. Jim will
make an eTTicienT clerk in some
large deparTmenT sTore.
Clerical and Sales. Band I, 2, 3.
332 EasT IOTI1 STreeT
News Flash: "Blue Mercury
exceeds speed oT sound. Dri-
ver - "Reds" RoberTs, well-
known "man-abouT-Town." A
connoisseur of sTeaks, a lover
oT The dance, and an admirer
of The Tair sex, Rich will Toss
a coin Tor The TuTure.
IndusTrial ArTs. AmpTennian 3.
931 WashingTon Avenue
A crown oT wavy hair is Tall,
aTTracTive Carol's Trademark.
J. J. Newberry's super sales-
girl rushes Trom NaTional Hon-
or SocieTy meeTings and class-
es, To Chorus, Girls' Ensemble.
and voice lessons. ln The TuTure
experT sewer Carol will Tollow
The paTTern oT elemenTary
College Preparafory. Girls' Cho-
rus I, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus I, 2,
33 Courier Ig Girls' Ensemble I,
2, 33 NaT'onal Honor Sociefy 2,
3, ArT Club 2g Gyrn ExhibiTion
Ig AmpTennian 31 Forensics 2, 31
ArT ExhibiT I.
greatest ca re.
DOROTHY A. SCHOLL
364 'Nesf Main Sfreef, Bafh
"Anyone for fennis?" Do'l's
firsf in line. This loyal Sunday
school 'leacher and Lufher Lea-
gue secrefary also finds fime
fo prepare for her fufure by
helping as a Nurse's Aid.
College Preparafory. Girls' En-
semble I, Girls' Chorus I, 2,
Mixed Chorus I, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, N
Club 33 Science Fair 21 Arf Ex-
hibil 2, Chrisfrnas Vespers 3.
I362 Vienna Sfreef
I-lave you noficed fhose hufs
along fhe Lehigh? Chances are
John helped build fhem.
"Nip", fhe wild flower king in
Biology class, fopped every-
body wifh 2II wild flowers.
John will like a navy bunk.
lndusirial Arfs. Foolball 2.
PATRICIA ANN SCHELL
I534 Main Sfreef
Sparkling eyes, and an in-
feclious smile accompany
"Paf" wherever she goes.
Man's besf friend is Paffie's
foo? her large collecfion of
miniafure dogs proves if. Our
faifhlul churchgoer's fufure
would be complefe wifh a
black and whife frailer.
Clerical and Sales. Sfudenf Coun-
cil Ig Arf Club Ig Phofo Club I1
PATRICIA ANN SCHMIDT
Walnufporf, R.D. I
A long shadow, a slow gaif,
and dimples - Ihaf's Paffy. A
"fall sfandingu member of her
church choir, acfing Secrefary
oi fhe Alpha Tri-I-Ii-Y, and lef-
fer wriling keep our fufure Sec-
re+ary in frim.
Sefrelar al. Tri-I-li-Y I, Z, 3, Sfu-
denf Council I, Amplennian 3,
Officer's Training 2, 3.
JULIA R. SCHMIDT
4lI Easf 8fh Slreef
JuIie's leadership abilify is
exemplified by her successful
reign as presidenf of fhe Tri-
I-Ii'Y for fhree years. Being sfu-
dious and sincere has been fhe
key fo her popularify. Julia will
brighfen some office as Miss
Secrefarial. Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 33 Sfu-
denf Council 2, 37 Ampfennian 3,
Nafional Honor Sociefy 33 Offi-
cer's Training 2, 3, Senior Class
JOHN J. SCHNEIDER
I27 Sfark Sfreef
"Schnifz" is quiel unfil you
know him. Then come fhose fa-
mous fall fales. This mafh whiz
kid is "I'aiIored" fo help in his
dad's shop. "Schnifz" plans fo
conquer fhe sonic barrier nexf.
lndusfrial Arfs. Rifle Club lg Gym
CHARLES LEWIS SHIMER
3IO Easf IOIh Sl'reeI
"Bips" is our fhree leffer
wonder boy - a hard charging
fullback on fhe gridiron, a
sharpshoofer on fhe hardwood,
and a firsf-class cafcher on fhe
diamonds. The Spol' and fhe
Bafh Legion won'+ be fhe same
affer Charlie dons fhose khakis.
Indusfrial Arfs. Gym Exhibilion lj
Chrisfmas Vespers 2: Foofball I,
2, 3, Baskefbali I, 2, 3, Baseball
I, 2, 33 N Club I, 2, 33 Clinic
I, 2, 3.
GLENN WILLIAM SHOEMAKER
Balh, R.D. I
Befween hunfing and fishing
Glenn sfill finds fime for bike
frips and French lessons. l'le's
sure 'ro gef ahead - eifher in
fhe cafeferia lunch line or in
fhe world of business.
College Preparalory. H u n fi n g
Club lg Fishing Club I, 2, 31
Science Fair 2.
EVELYN M. SILFIES
Ba+h, R.D. 2
Sedale in school, bul lhe
chiei spokesman for lhe Balh
crowd is lhis "Miss Johnny on
lhe Spolf' Youlh Fellowship.
4-H Club, swimming and
square dancing keep Evelyn
happy as she dreams of a fu-
'lure office iob.
Sesrefarial, Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 35 Amp-
RICHARD J. SIMCOE
9l7 Main Slreef
"Zingo" - 'lhal's lhe by-
word ol "Rich," our milkman
and animal lover. Whelher il's
English or Bookkeeping, he al-
ways has lhe righl answer.
Some firm will be very happy
wilh his accuracy in accounl-
Clerical and Sales.
All that our
soc al 'e would permit. ' '.
I27 Wesf l4lh Sfreef
Our loss will be lhe Air
Force's gain when Johnny
lrades his iasl aclion on 'lhe
hardwood 'for a fasl flying iel.
Along wilh dufy comes pleas-
ure, and 'lo John pleasure
angling in a cool
slream. Happy landing, John-
Clerical and Sales. Fishing Club
3, Arl Club I.
Walnulporl, R.D. 2
Tri-l-li-Y aclivilies fill quiel,
good-nalured Doris's school
lime. She keeps busy oul of
school wilh plenly of baby-
silling. ln lhe summer lime she
can be found dishing oul' re-
ireshmenls al' Becky's Drive ln.
Housewife and deparlmenl
slore saleslady vie for firsl
place in Doris's fulure.
Clerical and Sales. Tri-Hi-Y I, 2,
31 Amplennian 3.
DIANE N. SMITH
243 Easl' Main Slreef, Balh
Thar absurd laughl Who else
loul our lall, lrim, lalkalive
blonde, "Smill'y", from Balh.
Vlfhelher il' is winning lrophies,
singing wilh 'lhe choir, or
square-dancing, Diane is al-
ways oulslanding. As lhe fu-
lure unfolds, we see "Smill'y"
walking down lhe corridors of
Sl. Luke's Hospilal,
College Preparafory- Girls' Cho-
rus I, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3,
Girls' Ensemble I, 2, 33 Amplen-
GREGORY LEE STEFANY
I650 Lincoln Avenue
"Greg" is Pepsodenl's besl
cuslomer. Our smiling sludenl
council presidenl loves lo
chase "puellae" and eal hoag-
ies, His sense of humor has
given many classes land 'leach-
ersl an exlra lifl. Baseball.
lrack, and lhal lil'l'le yellow
safely sign have kepl' Greg
physically fil. This Junior
Speaker leaves for Penn Slale
College Preparafory. Track I, 2,
33 Sluden? Council I, 2, 3, Sci-
ence Fair 23 Junior Speaking
Conleslg Baseball lg Senior Class
34l Vlesl Sfreef, Balh
Ever spiriled "Googy", our
square dancing miss, 'Finds lime
for Tri-Hi-Y meeling, Youlh
Fellowship, nighlly walks lo
Kalie's Reslauranl, and weekly
choir rehearsals. Helen's nexl
slep is lo become a clerk in
one of our local deparlmenl'
Clercal and Sales. Tri-Hi-Y 3:
MARGARET I. SIPOS
463 Easf Vlh Slreel'
Thal smilel lhal soil voicel
Thal llalian hairdol Thal's
"Our Lilile Margie." Dancing,
Tri-Hi-Y, and Whilehall alum-
ni keep her slepping. ln lhe
near iulure Margie will lrade a
class ring for a wedding ring.
Clerical and Sales. Tri-I-Ii-Y I, 2,
3, Amplennian 3.
JOSEPH STEPHEN SUTO
I338 NewporT Avenue
Small bur mighTy, "Dini"
dazzles The Tans aT baskefball
games wiTh his Tancy dribbling.
Traveling Trom NorThampTon To
CaTly consumes much ol: Joe's
Tree Time. Sharp sporT-cloThes
and parTies appeal To him. IT
will be "Anchors Aweighll GTTSF
Clerical and Sales. BaskeTball I,
2, 33 Fishing Club 23 N Club 2,
45l EasT IOTh STreeT
Need a baby siTTer? Call on
Anne. Our secreTary oT The Tri-
Hi-Y enioys going To Allenrewn
and Trying ouT new hair sTyles.
ln The luTure we see WesTern
ElecTric or working in a diner.
Clerical and Sales. Courier lg Tri-
Hi-Y I, 2, 3, Ampfennian 3.
SHIRLEY A. STERMER
Mafn STreeT, BaTh
The TirsT one Tinished in Typ-
ing class is none oTher Than our
TirsT-class Tri-Hi-Y chaplain.
ATTer school, Shirley is one oT
BaTh's besT baby siTTers. Her
sparkling diamond indicaTes,
wiThouT a doubT, whaT she
plans aTTer graduaTion.
Se'treTariaI. Tri-I-li-Y I, 2, 3, STu-
denT Council Ig AmpTennian 3.
SANDRA ANN STROH
734 VVashingTon Avenue
Sandra always looks as if
she iusT sTepped ouT oT The
pages of a Tashion magazine.
This All-American girl is a loy-
al Tri-Hi-Y member. She
dreams ol a liTe as a medical
SecreTariaI. Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 33 Gym
ExhibiTion lg ArT Club Ig Band
Ig A1npTennian 33 OTTicers Train-
230 WesT l4Th STreeT
AmbiTious and hard working
Joannie likes noThing beTTer
Than eTliciency. ResulT? A Na-
Tional Honor SocieTy pin. Joan
hopes To Tind Time To painT,
dance, and swim aTTer she
gains a 'iooThold in a law ol:-
Secretarial. ArT Club I, 2, ArT
Exhibil I, 21 Tri-Hi-Y 31 Amp-
Tennian 35 NaTional Honor So-
cieTy 2, 3.
l666 Lincoln Avenue
An unTorgeTTable "Angel
Unaware" in The Speaking
ConTesT, and a disTincTive Tech-
nique in oils are Two oT Doris's
arTisTic achievemenTs. Our Na-
Tional Honor SocieTy SecreTary
Tinds Time Tor singing wiTh The
ensemble and mainTaining a
perTecT Honor Roll record. Bob
Jones UniversiTy will claim This
Menno YouTh PresidenT.
College PreparaTory. Girls' En-
semble I, 2, 31 Girls' Chorus I,
2, 33 Mixed Ensemble lg Mixed
Chorus l, 2, 35 Junior Speaking
ConTesTg NaTional Honor Sociefy
2, 3g Ai-T Exhibif I, 27 Ampfen-
nian 3: DisTr' Forensics 2, 33
Disfricl Ch N Club 3.
teachers we ha ,
friends we met,
LESTER G. SUTTER
Main STreeT, BaTh
Les, a husTler on The maTs,
enioys hunTing, Tishing, and
miniaTure golfing. BuT as his
Nalional Honor SocieTy pin
shows, he'll readily Trade These
acTiviTies Tor books and sTudy-
ing. Les will surely be an asseT
To The Air Force.
Clerical and Sales. WresTIing I,
2, 31 Band I, 2, WeighT Club 3:
NaTional Honor SocieTy 3.
JOSEPH G. SZERENSITS
723 Dewey Avenue
"PeanuTs" is The happy liTTIe
guy oT The class. Pool, swim-
ming and Tollowing The sporTs
keeps our guy Joe occupied.
"The V'v'ild Blue Yonder", is his
choice Tor The TuTure.
Indus'I'riaI Arls. Gym ExhibiTion I:
LORETTA A. TANZOSH
957 Washinglon Avenue
Tops in bookkeeping and
shorlhand is Lorella, an honor
roll sludenl. Afler school she
sells and models Zollinger's
clolhing. And whal would The
Courier do wilhoul lheir cap-
able, reporler? Il will be lhe
Air Force or secrelarial work.
Secrelarial. Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 31 Cone
crefe Courier I. 2, 3, Nalional
Honor Sociery 35 Amplennian 3.
Balh, R.D. 2
Calm, cool, collecfed-'Ihal"s
Nadine. Tease her aboul' her
4-H achievemenls and she re-
mains calm and serene. She
offers a soil voice and quiel
smile io all concerned. Nadine
is sure lo make a fine nurse.
College Prepafalory. Tri-Hi-Y 3,
Dancing Club 3.
these are the
we can t forget. 0,
JOSEPH J. TURBEDSKY
l5l0 Laubach Avenue
We bring lo you "The Spic,"
head man al lhe AXP and
owner of The Yellow Slreak.
Aside from being a True lady's
man. he is The besl mechanic
al Spic's kennels. l'r's a lug
boal nexl for 'lhis sailor man.
College Preparatory. Foolball lg
Arr Club I.
ARNOLD M. VOGEL
"Mel," Danielsvilleis Sl'ar
oulfielder and INlorlhamplon's
speedy lracksler, is dislinguish-
ed by his black shiny shoes
and impersonaiions ol 'leach-
ers. Ailer school he works in a
blouse Taclory. Arnold plans lo
ioin lhe Marines ai'l'er gradua-
Clerical and Sales. Track 2, 33
Rifle Club lg N Club 3.
JOHN P, VALCOVEC
Balh, R.D. I
Silenl, solemn, sleepy-eyed
John knwos how 'ro win friends
and influence people. The
"Magic Touch" is his in 4-H
and scouring aclivilies. A regu-
lar nimrod, he has well earned
The rifles, "Crockell" and
"Wallon". The "Bull" is cerlain
lo succeed al Penn Slale and
College Preparalory. Ampfennian
DIANE D. WHITE
Balh, R.D. 2
"See a runaway horse?" Slim
bul peppy "Whil'ey" and her
clogs are off on an early morn-
ing chase. Diane displays a
beaming smile, a wardrobe of
sporls clolhes, and square
dancing abilily. Muhlenberg
College is in The Tulure.
College Preparalory. Ar? Club l,
23 Pholo Club lj Gym Team 35
Chrisfrnas Vespers l.
RODNEY W. TARAS
Walnufprof, RD. I
Menlion hunling, rifles and
dogs and 'lhal sleepy look dis-
appears. The Hassislanl' mana-
ger" al De Ville's can always
find lime Io run his beagle.
Rodney has nailed a place in
lhe fulure as a carpenler.
lnduslrfal Arts. Rifle Club l.
JOHN T. TROXELL
252 Wes? Main Sfreef, Balh
Who's lhal coming oul of
lhe Acme? ll's Jackie, leaving
aller a busy day's work. .Iohn's
spare lime is spenl on church
aclivilies, lennis, bowling, and
American Legion baseball. A
career in 'rhe service will be a
dream come lrue for Jack.
Clerical and Sales. Mixed Chorus
l, 2, 31 Boys' Chorus I, 2, 3,
Pholo Club I, 2, 3.
DIAN NA Y. YANDRISCHOVITZ
"Five toot two, eyes ot
blue," identity this neat honor
roll student. Hess Brothers
shopping tours and miniature
golt are Dianna's 'favorite pas-
times. As a secretary, hair styl-
ist or a tashion designer, Di-
Fnna will do her work etticient-
Secretarial. Mixed Chorus I, 21
Girls' Chorus I, 2, Amptennian
35 National Honor Society 3.
JOSEPH J. YURISH
l358 Washington Avenue
..loe's ready smile and his
gitt ot gab attract many te-
male admirers. Ask Joe any-
thing about chewing gum: he's
an expert on the subiect. Driv-
ing and repairing his dad's car
are his tavorite pastimes. Navy
spells the tuture tor Joe.
Industrial Arts. Gym Exhibition
Wrestlisng I, 37 Student Council
I, 2, .
JOAN D. WIEAND
Northampton, R.D. I
Quiet, tun loving "Franze"
is Pennsville's star swimmer.
Attaining tour years ot pertect
church attendance, singing on
the choir, and participating in
Luther League are among
.loan's church accomplishments.
The FBI holds in store a Secre-
Secretarial. Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 33 Amp-
DONALD L. WUNDERLER
East Main and Broad Streets, Bath
ll's the "wild blue yonder"
next tor "Kid," Atter deliver-
ing his papers. Don can usually
tind a dance or party to at-
tend. This loyal Phillies' tan
gets his own training playing
on that sandlot team.
Clerical and Sales. Art Club I,
2, 3, Science Fair I.
MARVIN M. WRIGHT
I647 Main Street
Introducing our Rock 'n' Roll
enthusiast. Marv's trademark, a
western haircut, identities him
as he takes those short iaunts
to Lincoln Avenue. An all-
rouncl athlete, he excels in
track and tootball. lvlarv's tu-
ture as a mason is only a
stone's throw away.
College Preparatory. Football I,
2, 3, Basketball I1 Gym Exhibi-
tion lg Track I, 2, 3: N Club 2,
37 Football Clinic I, 2, 3.
DOLORES B. YANDERS
434 East l2th Street
l-lear the clickety-click ot a
typewriter? That's Dolores
speeding across the keyboard.
Swimming at the "Y", and
whipping up tine sodas at
Whelan's keep this polka tan
stepping. The tuture shows vi-
sions ot a secretarial career tor
this ambitious girl.
Sezretarial. Art Club I, 2, Tri-Hi-
Y 31 National Honor Society 31
, Amptennian 3.
truth of our mot
page torty- two
we now admit
DOLORES MARIE YOST
523 Penn Street, Bath
Dark wavy hair and big
brown eyes mark our avid Yan-
kee rooter. Honor cards, and
the latest tashions are distinct-
ive trade-marks ot giggling,
gay Delores. A tuture secre-
tarial career is detinitely in
Secretarial. Photo Club lg Cou-
rier 3, Amptennian 3.
KENNETH PAUL ZADER
Northampton, R.D. I
Gangwayl "Chup" and his
hot-rod have arrived. Servicing
cars at Jones' gas station takes
up his atter school hours. Ken-
ny is known to take daily ex-
cursions to Catty. In the tu-
ture it's the Air Force tor Ken.
Industrial Arts. Ritle Club Ig
Weight Club I.
J. ANDREW ZAHARCHUK
644 Easl 2Olh Slreel'
Laughs galore! Noi a dull
momenl wilh lhis 'lop-nolch
slage comedian around. Eagle
Scouls, Dislricl Band, Forensics
and assembly performances are
among "Piiou's" achievemenls.
This compelenl' luba "lool'er"
won"r find lime for Hroughing
il" while sludying engineering
College Preparalory. Band I, 2,
33 Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Mixed En-
semble 2, 33 Nafional Honor So-
cielv 33 Boys' Chorus 2,31 Dislricf
Band 23 Junior Speaking CONTEST:
Science Fair 23 Fishing Club I3
Forensics 23 Dislricr Orcheslra 33
Dislricl Chorus 33 Senior Class
Play: Forensics 3.
2226 Washinglon Avenue
A quiel concenlraling head
of blond curls buried in a book
of Shakespeare poinl oul Julie
This combinalion of ace Ger-
man sludenl and arlisl is a
member of lhe Nalional Honor
Sociely. Julie will 'lurn 'Io nurs-
ing as a career.
College Preparalory. Arl Club 23
Nalional Honor Sociely 3.
I606 Newporl Avenue
"Junior" never hils a sour
nole. The Norlhamplon High
School band is where he excels.
Genes a busy guy whose seri-
ous side, which leans foward
bookkeeping, is ollsel by his
keen inleresl' in baskelball.
Bolh lhese aclivilies run for
firsl' place in his lulure.
Clerical and Sales. Band I, 2, 33
u ge is theirs who prelfar ior it"
We Pause to Remember
June I2, I939 - July I6, I955
And know 'rhal oul of dealh
and nighl shall rise The dawn
al ampler life. -Anonymous
Behind The scenes al Chrislmas Vespers.
Those broad shoulders had us fooled.
We could have danced all niqhl.
l+'s lighl up lime. l-ley! Look who's here.
Mr. Laubach, have you been a
The mos! popular spof af our Clarisfmas parlry
Lofayolfo - hero wo como.
A Carol for Doffy.
Going down. i
Badge of imporiance - our junior dass rings.
Modern clay Demodhenes - Speaking Con+es+ Jrryoufs again
Class Colors -
Green and While
Class Flower -
Class lvlollo -
Back seat drivers
Junior class officers plan a sales campaign for The speaking conlesl.
Slanding: Charles Kn.in'l'zleman, presidenlg Mr. Roberl Snyder. advi-
ser: Richard lllrovils, vice presidenl.
Sealed: Lois Evefell, secrelary: Theodora Hall, freasurer
In lheir firsl exposure lo fhe spol'lighl', our confi-
denl unclerclassmen proved Themselves
lhe lille, Juniors. Class rings, class 'l'rips.
The lille, juniors. Class rings, class lrips, and plan-
new experiences. Junior Speaking Conlesl and
learner's permils were lhe highlighls of l'he iunior
.Eg jf "QI V '55-j ig' -:gf E H illllv Row I: E. Wunderler, L. Luclurg
'."' I 7. . .,,. fm -i? ,:2.:"i a, L. Smilh. S. Sfeiner. L. Work-
.' E :: Q :f.g5g2::5:g :,.. f ,.., . :xr 5' -31.5 - x ,
C '5ji1"Q'. ,": jff :" ...g lf., . ,rf is -2'-f i' ' heiser, F. Heflelfinger, A. Hand-
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ik ..,, in I ,-, .... 4 - A ,... -3- 1-Q I -I :gpg-g,, :: x , wer-ki Webber.
K 5 ,. E A - --.,.,.. --., I , ,,
A it .1 I ' g i .555 l 2 ROW 2: G- Henfllflgl C- Helnille'
I 3 ...E . A ifglg -'.'j EL.- W A4 ' ' 1fQL ..-Q. -1, ma n, J. Nederoslelc. R. Person,
1 J- Mohfev- R- Tamaw- C- Ban-
f A l:" V 5 in iiillifigl I kas, N. Finley.
5. I I , K , K E . ' ---: Row 3: P. Knopf, S. Derr, R. Wer-
'i l' W .. las' , AQ 5 A Q.: A f Hef- 6- HOHWI K- Niflkischef.
,il 7 - V :iii "'.: ,H - - 21, I lvl. Seyer, K. Hollle, R. Hilde-
lln . . I f lil in X I 3. l. brands
- . ' Q2 '..' I ' "'l I ., . , Row 4. M. uheflck, c. Reph, E.
, -r. . . . B- N. B'-fn
' "-T242 V I 'I li-' ::"' '--- l Q "',,. '-"'.. M- Bdfrall. J- Huflerer. R. Han-
, .,.,.' in E is -I "'li E - Zarik-
Q ,Z l" ,. 357-ffm Y .1-. ' ,,, I A Q
Nlext year these juniors
Row I: M. Jandris, V. Wereiia
S. Beers, D. Zuriclcl, R. Bird
B. Paynler, J. Sclilolfler, P. Mills,
Row 2: B, Mills, R. Beers, F. Tan-
zoslw, B. Binder, M. Hussar, L
Calafranceslci, S. Graver, P
Row 3: E. Temmel, P, Bruchalc
R, Iflcoviis, J. Shafer, R. Tanzosh
T. Davis, J. Gavura, J. Spaniiz.
Row 4: J. Marlcs, C. l-leckman, B
Bodo, C. Belfzner, B. Williams
L. Everefi, T. Reenoclc, D. Rod-
Row S: D. Tuiko, N. Rau, G. Bar-
Jrliolomew, A. Ferrel, G. Kellner
M. Clwuss, P. Keschl, L. l-lorvaili.
Row 6: R. Heffellinqer, R. Phil-
lips, N. Rolli, R. Decli, N.
Sclweefz, S. Rucli, S. Szilayqi, S
Row 7: C. Danner, B. Brolwsl, P
Kuriz, V. Buiz, C. Minniclw, M
Lopsonzslci, L. Cole, L. Kern.
Row 8: D. Correl, P, DalPezzo, J.
Saniee, P. Clwrisfman, D. Mara-
koviis, R. Pefrucelli, G. Farkas
Row 9: G. Wefzel, J. Schall, D
Seller, D. Balmiulc, S. Herd, G.
Taras, S. Gelz, J. Uldnak,
Row IO: E. Heisler, J. G-rulzze, A.
Sclwisler, E. Kocher, W. Beil, S.
Kopfer, A. Heflellinger, J.
will take the wheel
Row I: P. Lallula, G. Buss, A
Afflwur, J. Zaun, B. Recfor, T
Skrapils, G. Sommers, S. Shoe
Row 2: T. Half, P. Fogel, S. Ger
ney, B. Moser, T. Sencenbach
J. Clwernanslcy, L. Bollman, D
Row 3: S. Dreher, S. l-leckman
R. Sclwweclwlen, R. Hoffman, G
Buss, N. McMurray, J. Milcsifs.
Row 4: R. Reimer, A. Miclwalzylc
C. Lisefski, H. Chimarys, E
Siegfried, M. Smilh, R. Groff
Row 5: S. McCandless, J. Hirlle
C. OH, S. Billweimer, L. Derlwam-
mer, R. Marfh, J. Recker, M
Row 6: J. Cruz, J. Tanzosh, S
Jones, R. Werner, R. Socll, F
Sclwoellhammer, J. Clwrislman. S
Row 7: J. Huflerer, J. Crowell
E. Lucky, M. Spadl, W. Oplin-
ger, C. Kunlzleman, 6. Haycll
Row 8: J. Meyers, S. English, T
Sinies, M. Shunk, R. G-roller,
A. Franlcl, J. Eisenreiclw, V
Row 9: P. Ridgely, L. Cogossl. E
Green, R. Minnich, R. Miller,
M. Ruflw, J. Kerbocher, R.
Row IO: P. Krafzer, L. Person, P
Rolln, A. Minnich, R. Knopf, B
Newhard, J. Milfenberger.
Two years to sovereignty
The sophomore class officers hold fheir lirsl meering.
Slanding: Mr. Henry Weir, adviser: Donald Vogel, Treasurer.
Sealed: Thomas Chuss, vice presidenlq Jusline I-lufnick, secrefary: Brion Bell,
The shorl summer belween fresh-
man and sophomore years broughr
abou? many changes. The fledg-
ling frosh became a sedale sopho-
more, working hard a+ collecling a
herbarium, declining Lalin nouns,
and surveying 'rhe mechanics ol'
journalism on a MORNING CALL
Our favorife English class - rhe Trip lo The Morning Call.
The finished producl - our daily newspaper.
pa ge lilly-'rwo
The sophomores prepare
The sophomore loiolgisls examine i'l'eir insecl colleclions.
Row I: N. Shoemaker, B. Horn
J. Nero, P. Tanczos, D. Hall
L. Schell, M. lvlulasils, B. Gri-
Row 2: R. Dreisbach, G. G-asper
D. Fauslner, R. Derlcils, T. Chuss,
P. Temos, E. Spengler, F. Hobel
Row 3: G. Ballief, J. Kenf, F. Mike
sils, H. Wolf, M. Derhammer, D
Smifh, J Falk, J. Harfman.
Row 4: M. Smallen, E. Longely,
S. Gilbert C. Becker, C. Yolo
S. Herschman, J. Messenlehner
Row 5: J. Woginrich, N. Andrews
R. Slrohl, A. Reimer, B. Bell
B. Fields, E. Miller, S. Saller.
Row 6: D. Vogel, J. Wieand, D
Chehuly, N. Moyer, J. Labish
l. Remaley, P. Hall, D. Feicller
Row 7: G. Smolich, B. Miller, E
Frack, B. Kosc.
Their first year in senior high
Row I: S. Almond, J. l-lirlle, S
Sclwaranzalc, J. Scheqal, A. Mile-
lics, E. Schleiclwer, M. Pondell
Row 2: R. Markuliclcs, S. Flylula,
D. Anlhony, D. Yandrischovilz
M. Pondell, B. Kopler, A. Biery
Row 3: C. Benson, G. Miller, R
Gerencer, B. Sherba, R. I-lanfz,
J. Snyder, K. Paulcovifs, R. Gra-
Row 4: R. Marlculiclcs, P. Arndl
R. Edelman, D. Fry, D. Derlcifs.
E. Whifehouse, M. I-lollick, T
Row 5: K. Kocher, A. Spilzer, P.
Pefriclc, F. Mack, A. Befz, R
Luiz, D. Scholl, R. Boylco.
Row 6: K, Gilbert L. Green, G
Kohler, G. Olesalc, H. Farlcas
D. Mooney, J. Graver, F. Maeici.
Row 7: G. Banlcos, J. Gabriel, R
Anlhony, A. Shellocli, M. Orus-
clwalc, R. Vogel, A. Onchalc, R
Row 8: W. Miller, J. Waloclco-
vils, P. Krazley, E. Pellxo, M
Kern, J. Derr, D. Diclcerman, G
Row 9: A. l-lummel, J. Milkovils
B, Mislfmko, P. l-leckman, L. Edel-
man, S. Radcliffe, J. Fola, A
Row IO: D. Jacoby, D. Dreher
M. Seier, A. Unnaclc, J. Graver
P. Rehrig, C. Mills, P. Werner
provided many new experiences
Row l: M. Gunlcar, D. Dranchalc
R. Heinzleman, G. Wanislco, J
Reese, R. Bowen, W. Beidelman
Row 2: J. Smilh, J. Correll, C
Dllcher, l. Rissmiller, L. Brown
miller, M. Welly, A. Asbalh, R
Row 3: L. Kopchalc, P. Miko, D
Kosher, D. Tarnow, S. Hummel
L. Graloerilz, S. Barna.
Row 4: B. Bulz, P. Haydf, R
Thomasifz, M. Mummey, D. Mil-
ler. M. Lovelace, S. Cowling
Row 5: R. Mohrey, G. Balfz, H
Hummel, L. Kaslik, R. Niclclsher
P. Ferrel, R. Hess, P. Slelller.
Row 6: M. Kidd, S. Tolh, T. Her-
man, R. Crier, l, Sorferberg, B
Kluzarilz, L. Morilz, P. Siclconic
Row 7: H. Bachman, D. Zelinslcy
M. Mondriclc, F. Michael, J.
Topler, B. Wuchler, E. Fehnel.
Row 8: J. Lower, P. Zlafylc, R
Galgon, J. Dech, R. Slroh, C.
Sleqer, J. Spadls, R. Remaley.
Row 9: M. Nicholas, S, Flylufa
W. Cole, S. Koch, S. Bell, G
Pruhman, M. Schwarlz, S. Bar-
Row IO: E. Messenlehner. J. Huf-
nlclc, H. Dlefer, G. Schelller. C-
Hess, B. Schaffer, E. Hdnzel, L.
Fresh upsta rts
The ninfiw grade Tri-Hi-Y Jrradifionelly press,-nfs +i've Thanksgiving assembly program. The ciulo officers
pose proudiy wifh Their guesi speaker, Reve.enc1 Bergsiresser
The niriiiw grade mixed ciworus reiwearses wiiiw Mrs. Sanfee for 'fiweir big spring conceri.
The pride of junior high
Row I: M. Zaun, P. Zellner, L
Surnolsky, G. Michael, L. Cacci-
ola, S. Novak, M. Wenner, J
Row 2: D. Reenoclc, T. Klofz, J
l-laldernan, T. Enqler, R. Polgar
J. Naeliesly, D. Billweimer, R
Row 3: R. Mills, R. Rinlcer, S
Vlfagner, D. Beers, E. DeLong, E
Breidinger, l. Berlin, J. Deemer
Row 4: F. Maralcovils, R. Chima-
rys, G. Reimer, D. Minniclw, R
Heisler, R. l-landwerlc, R. Gard-
ner, C. Grube.
Row 5: T. Reclcer, G. l-lellelfinger,
D. Schneclc, D. Riiler, J. Domi-
lrovils, R. Bieclc. G. Barlholo-
mew, J. Kales.
Row 6: F. l'lul'rerer, N. Einfali. A.
Benninqer, R. Burils, J. l-lanlcee
R. Kocher, S. Frilz, B. Silvius.
Row 7: R. Delucia, P. Gonlar, G.
Kosher, M. Selco, J. Seier, A
Siclconic, C. Koehler, G. Lube-
Row 8: P. Snyder, C. Eisenreiclw
M. Rienerl, A. Longely, R. Da-
vidson, B. Moser, R. Liendeclcer
Row 9: J. Yarsevilch, K. Geiger
J. Delucia, W. Macflxdam, R
l-laydl, R. Mesics, B. Barrall, L
Row 10: L. Temcs, S. l-leimer, R
Horvalh, N. Bealer, G. Weber
C. Laub, D. Moyer, G. Barlhol-
The ninth graders were introduced
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Row I: N. Burkhardr, M, Vasnow-
sky, S. Libey, D. Yaremchak, R
Uherchuk, A. Mirmich, D. Trau-
Row 2: J. Kohler, B. Szilaqy, M
Mdkovifch, K. Mffler, E. Brobsf
6. Rudfhdge, B. Lower, T. Liv-
Row 3: C. FrabTe. M. Nemefh
A. Criace, H. Sihties, A. Garqer,
R. Sheflock, J. Bachman, R. Sil-
Row 4: L, Lalcafash, K. Milfer, E
Yalcovilrch, B, Ziegenfuss, L
Hiesfand, P. Smifh, L. Ardvini,
Row 5: J. Mingle, B. Reenoch, A.
Eloner, C. Dishinat J. Marchak,
J. Kohler, R. Lerch, J. Wiend.
Row 6: J. Geh, D. Snyder, D.
Kolb, K. Kunfz, A. Crisce, D.
Green, E. Moroque, M. DeLu-
Row 7: J. Yehanlcs, S. Melfsch,
K. Iasello, K. Sager, L. Laufik,
C. Roclcovifs, J. Bennis, M
Row 8: T. Vanaffa, P. Kovach, E.
Heffelfinger, E. Krafzer, R. Keg-
lovilrs, D. Vogel, C. Arherholf,
Row 9: L. Barfhofornew, M. Lad-
Fck, C. Virovifch, J. Remaiey, J
Deufch, M. Ve+ovi'rz, D. Spohn
Row IO: M. fdenzarfck, J. Weber
L. Shimosky, R. Nickisher, J
Bar+hoNomew, R. Beil, R. Longe-
fy, R. Blum.
to Latin and algebra
page lilly nine
Row I: D. Barfhol, G. Reph, M
Perlco, M. Sleiner, M. Newhard
P. Zellner, G. Gruber, D. Roclcel.
Row 2: L. Snyder, J. Achey, D
Hucalulc, N. Kern, M. Kralzer
C. Frilz, L. I-leclcman, R. Bird
Row 3: T. Miller, G. Haines, L
Buchman, D. Gardner, A, Cher-
ry, S. Mack, T. Tamandl, E. La-
Row 4: B. Kochen, K. Smilh, A
Marakovils, M. Flemish, M
Reimer, L. Laudenbach, J. Fal-
lay, L. Dauberf.
Row 5: C. Slelller, D. Longen
bash, J. Schaffer, R. Fogelman
E. Graberils, G. Fauslner, L
Heffellinger, M. Pefers.
Row 6: E. Swafl, 6. Spangler, J
Rehrig, F. Zamadies, J. Nalin-
burger, W. Knopf, R. Beniamin
Row 7: J. Genovese, D. Beck. R
Heckman, S. Lovelace, N. Flyle
H. Hummel, M. Kelly, R. Franfz
Row 8: W. Repperl, J. Zadzora
B. Will, E. Corell, B, Graff, L
Kroninger, S. Wisner, D. Beers
Row 9: R. Weber, F. Kremus.
and civics and Caesar
Row I: H. Ferisfermalcer, C. Sieg
fried, D. Schulles, C. Spengler
R, Meixner, R. De-rkifs, R. Wein-
holler, J. Schneider.
Row 2: S. Hayne, J. Wagner, E
Kleppinger, F. I-lelfehfinger, D
Berger, W. Reyer, M. Prozonic,
Row 3: M. Schmidt A. Sayulc, E
Nicholas, Y. Farkas, N. Lopson-
slci, S. McCaffer+y, C. Nush, D.
Row 4: S. Wall, N. Edelman, F.
Mullner, R. Ladiclc, J. Graver,
J. l-lorvalh, B. Nederosfelc.
Row 5: C. Erdosy, S. Zaharchulc,
R. Klipple, G. Bolcma, N. Koch-
er, D. Moser, K. Deiberl, J.
Row 6: C. Miller, E. Hvazda, J.
Ba rlholomew, B. Dalpezzo, S.
Vlfieng, R. Schoelihammer, B.
Koch, M. Hills.
Row 7: N. Laubach, K. McCand-
less, D. Schaeffer, M. Roman,
L. Kurler, R. Bachman, M. Moy-
er, B. Smilh.
Row 8: D. Roherls, J. Oclenweld-
er, W. Handwerk, l-l. Soll, J.
Lulle, D. Paly, D. Cusler, V.
Row 9: D. Beers, D. Kochan, D.
Kern, L. Laudenbach, C. Sieg-
fried, J. Dornbach, D. Dieler,
Row IO: R. Oncheck, A. Rolh, J.
Miller, M. Chrislman, J. An-
fhony, R, Greener, W. Schaef-
ler, J. Mesics.
J g A date at eight
The elglwfh grade Scienfisfs find Hwaf projecfs make science fun.
The inframural baskefbail games provided SHN comoefifion for The eig!1'H1 grade championship.
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Our eighth grade had a split personality
pa ge sixty-two
Row I: R. Reph, J. Mauser, E.
Falat. P, Rublno, H. Warcola,
M. Hennlnqer, B. Nolt, P. Gross.
Row 2: L. Schwartz, N. Werkhels-
er, B. Shearer, B. Wanltslcy, R.
Schatter, G. Edelman, J. Hettel-
tlnger, W. Lapp.
Row 3: G. Martnlck, B. Rodgers,
C. Geary, G. Derhammer, N.
Selvaqe, K. Sensenbach, R. Bed-
narcik, L. Hansler.
Row 4: B. Kocher, R. Rehrig, B.
Gruloe, C. Person, P. Kulp, R.
Spaclt, l. Solt, M. Fritz.
Row 5: C. Fehnel, D. Green, M.
A. Achey, S. Busklrlc, J. Marku-
lics, A. Opllnger, K. Sorteberg,
Row 6: J. Tomecselc, J. Binder, J.
Slpos, P. Klement, L. Wambelcl,
M. Erschen, D. Muschko, R. Bod-
Row 7: G. Heckman, R. Eberly,
M. Suranotslcy, ll. Kern, J. Bin-
der, K. Kohler, D. Koeher, J.
Row 8: A. Falat, D. Farber, R.
Oncheclc, L. Schweitzer, P. Nyce,
R. Miller, L. Miller, G. Smith.
Row 9: J. Meltsch, P. Moyer, J.
Genovese, B. Miller, L. Kocher,
B. Grube, B. Fritz, C. Zellnslcy.
Row IO: B. Brownmiller, D.
Deutsch, D. Mann, D. Fi-ack. R.
Eckert, B. Gasper, B. Mesics, S.
Some were in the junior high
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V iii page sixly-'rhree
Row I: G. Zellers, J. Rifler, W.
Frack, J. Kochenash, B. Roberls,
A, Fenslermaker, G. Miller, E.
Row 2: R. Miller, L. Belfz, R.
Wahl, J. Rodgers, R, Schlegel,
N, Frable, J. Cole, R. Green.
Row 3: R. Simon, L. Brown, L.
Kline, C. Bealer, P. Sullivan, C.
Binder, H. Newhard, C. Yan-
Row 4: F. Silfies, R. Deiberl, R.
Spengler, J. Kunfz, R. Seier, R.
Schwechlen, L. Rice, C. Deppe.
Row 5: J. Benjamin, C. Hahn, S.
Buslcirlc, D. Heimer, S. Schaffer,
A. Miller, R. Miller, K. Rockel.
Row 6: J. David, B. Choronzak, S.
Smover, P. Gieslce, E. Waylen,
P. Reinhard, D. Zeigler, J. Hill.
Row 7: R. Davis, F. Harder, E.
Geiger, A. Rumsey. D. Merlz,
D, Coleman, R. Moyer, S. Rader.
Row 8: J. Kohler, L. Creyer, D
Werkheiser, L, Mills, C. Miller,
D. Haas, D. Newhard, L. Kafz.
Row 9: R. Marsh, J. Brefz, R
Kocher, R. Frifz, R. Anfoniulc
C. Fleck, E. Fenslermaker, D
Row I0: N. Snyder, D. Rodger
J. lvlefchoe, J. Frankel, J. Fran-
ya, D. Grube, A. Praelorius, J
others were in the Wolf Annex
Row I: S. Riegel, B. Yanders, R
Green, F. Kiine, S. Trach, L
Thomas, A. Schaffer, A. Hann
Row 2: L. Hunsicker, B. Meckes
G. Graver, R. OH, K. Bloss
C. Chrisfman, R. Halfosfer, G
Row 3: R. Sheiiock, A. Milander
G. Reph, D. Ro+l'1, H. Meyers
C. Ebert N. Rice, N. Zarayko
Row 4: D. Shickland, D. Edeiman
D. Sfrohl, W. Heiser, M. Wolf
J. Tracii, L. Miller, C. Michael
Row 5: S. Kufz, D. Neff, A. New-
hard, F. McMurry, J. Heckman
E. Kleppinger, N. Kopchak, J
Row 6: J. Rader, M. Schwarfz, R
Herrzog, D. Walkovifz. N. Sny-
der, S. Hummel, R. Brunnel, T
Row 7: S. Siegfried, J. Sciwranh
R. Kern, J. Moyer, R. Jacoby
R. Chimich, F. Smiih, J, Ward.
Row 8: K. Kern, R. Klippie, G
Riffer, D. Neff. B. Scheefz, S
SuHon, W. Opiinqer, C. Kuip.
Row 9: S. Kinsiier, R. Fensfermak-
er, B. Zeilers, J. Godiska, R
Solderich, C. Brobsf, E. Heck-
man, K. McKiHrick.
Row IO: E. Silfies, S. Barfer, G
Fixl, R. Repperh L. Bahner, J
Klipple, C. Spangler, L. Mi
A Voyage to Lilliput
The sevenlh graders presenled a real gone assembly program.
Row I: S. Asbelh, D. Loch, D
Chrislman, B. l-lirschell, A
Vlfrighl, l-l. Plu'l'zlco, N, Kunkle
Row 2: L. Hunslourger, D. Der-
hammer, J. Brown, T. Ruch, F
Herzog, E. Heffinlrayer, J. Min-
nich, M. Rice.
Row 3: G. Reese, T. Smilh, V
Barlholomew, E. Burger, P. Shoe-
melcer, M. Guss, L. Kleppinger
Row 4: D. Deck, J. Miller, D
Beers, R. Vogel, C. Kremus, C
Wenlzel, C. Druclcenmiller, D
Row 5: L. l-lellelfinger, W. Burns
S. l-leckler, E, Felix, E. Oslenick
D. Luck, C. Miller, C. Eric.
Row 6: L. Pelers, R. Michaels, S
Eberls, R. Shushinsky, G. Grol-
ler, R. Wedcle, R. Minnich, K
Row 7: W. Smith, 6. Slrohl, D
Micio, R. Werlman.
The seventh graders
Row I: J. Zellers, S. iflcovifs, G.
Sfevens, L. Liberio, S. Kaiser,
D. Newhard, M. A. Flick, S. lf-
Row 2: A. Roflw, E. While, B. Koh-
ler, C. Sieger, B. Fenslermalcer,
N. McKee-ver, M. E. Livenguilw,
Row 3: F. Frack, W. Traclw, M.
Krafzer, R, Kromer, M. Drake,
E. Morefz, L. Ailwerliolf, J.
Row 4: T. Wallers, L. Reimer, L.
Werley, J. Benneff, C. Cl'1ris+-
man, J. Hnaflw, D. Green, S.
Row 5: J. Cole, R. Krafzer, J,
Sfrolwl, M. Flick, J. Waylan, E.
Wright D. Deck, W. Mauser.
Row 6: M. Green, T. Weber, J.
Legallw, B. Williamson, R. Ber-
nell, R. Saul, J. Longenbaclw, R.
Row 7: C. Kopler, L. Suranofsky,
B. Legler, J. Kurfz, E. Hahn, S.
Remaley, P. Heyer, D. Beers.
Row 8: W. Zalcos, E. Sullivan, V.
Declw, M. Bielil, P. I-lulli, F. Bah-
ner, M. Coover, S. Moyer.
Row 9: J. Arncll, L. Bender, S.
Snyder, B. McCari'y, B. Bird. T.
Schwarz, W. Drelwer, F, Maclces.
Row IO: 5. Brerman, M. Rehrig. J.
Billweimer, E. Van Buslcirlc, K.
Douglweriy, G. Heclcman, M.
Smalleri, H. Sfulz.
had their own residence
Row I: H. Rupinski, C. Silfies, R
Horvalli, G. Beers. D. Ballief
L. Acluey. J. Wunderler, R. Ben-
Row 2: D. Daley, K. Smiflw, A. Bal-
Iiei, L. Ruclw, L. Lamberf, A
Molwrey, R. Grube, R. Hansler
Row 3: R. Gill, J. Sclseckler, L
Clwrisfofl, M, Danner, K. Heffel-
linger, J. DeVardo, N. Gray, M.
Row 4: C. Dransclwalc, S. Hilberf
A. Monlaniure, N. Sclmeller, J
Kish, S. Moyer, N. Mann, L
Row 5: A. Becker, C. Kuniz, K.
Heni+zleman, E. Buskirk, N. Beck-
er, M. Hieslancl, C. Hall. C.
Row 6: Hechman, R. Becker,
J. Zialyk, L. Meyers, D. Green,
R. Rehrig, D. Zialyk, W. Rehrig
Row 7: R. Gilbert R. Dech. G.
Welslw, R. Reinlwarl, G. New-
hard, R. Newlwarl, R. Spengler,
R. DelPezzo, D. Amy.
Row 8: D. Micio, R. Grube, M.
Sillies, B. Longenback, J. Phil-
lips, J. Sfruckland, B. Mooney,
Row 9: E. Hammer, A. Eclleman,
M. Fraclx, A. Baclwman, W.
Kirslnner, W. Baclwman, W. Kick-
Row IO: J. Peynler, L. Beil, R.
Hochman, M. Mifchell, J. Kra-
mer, G. Mafhern, H. Merfz, B.
in the Wolf Annex
Row I: J. Beil, K. Sillies, H. Gov-
er, W. Solderich, J. Schadusky
P, Fenslermalcer, W. Koclc'er,'D
Row 2: T. Ahern, M. Kochenash,
A. Derhammer, R. Heffelfinger,
L. Lamberf, N. Yohn, L. New-
hard, D. Snyder.
Row 3: R. Gill, J. Arlhur, D. Ehr-
ig, K. Hubert J. Dufe, J. De-
Narclo, C. Geary, G. Werkhels-
Row 4: L. Smllh, C. Cusler, L.
O'Brian, M. Scheller, D. Hen-
ninger, D. Reph, N. Buss, S.
Row 5: C. Minnich, B. Laslro, S.
Berman, K. Berger, L. Wambold,
P. Berman, L. Roberis, R. Kern.
Row 6: S. Ruff, L. Wahl, J. Ziafylc,
S. Berman, J. Siegfried, S. Cho-
ronzalc, R. Keiser, J. Schlegel.
Row 7: D. Koch, B. Neff, D. Berg,
B. Galgon, D. Jasciello, C. Shar-
kazy, W. Rice, K. Graver.
Row 8: R. Hahn, D. Sawlca, W.
Heclcman, J. Gunfar, C. Selfzer,
C. Green, H. Zellner, C. Mein-
Row 9: W. Messenlehner, R. Kern
R. McCowan, F. Fraclc, E. Fausf
J. Dreisegrneyer, T. Fehnel, C
Row I0: J. Nierer, E, Weber, W
Praelorius, L. O'Briern, C. Mack
es, W. Zialyk, W. Rogers, R
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Cars and Books - Bound for Adventure
Take off lhe handbrakel
Driver lraining is a special
course in our curriculum, designed
io produce safer, more capable
drivers on our crowded highways.
The beginning drivers received The
rype of lraining lhal eliminaled
worry and nervousness behind fhe
wheel. Our inlrepid inslruclor
rrained us lo cope wilh all lypes ol
driving and mechanical problems
and gave us confidence ro become
Daily, The lirsl morning e
broughl a large group of sludenls
'ro The library lor various pur
poses - To check lhe newspaper
headlines, lo gel informahon for
homework assignmenls or lo find a
lavorile book. Miss Fluck and her
crew of eflicieni assislanls kepr our
well-equipped library in smooih
Tongue twisting techniques
Languages are the cornerstones
ot our knowledge ot civilizations
ot other nations. Learning to
speak and read other languages is
the gateway to universal under-
standing. There are tour lang-
uages - English, Latin, German,
and French - taught at NAJHS.
Everyone had studied English
since the beginning ot his schoe
lastic career. A solid comprehen-
sion ot this, our native tongue,
opens the door to many untamiliar
subjects and enables us to speak
intelligently with our tellow man.
Latin, which can be called the
basis ot all languages was the next
step. "Puellae et pueri" studied
the lite and history ot one ot the
world's toremost leaders, Julius
Caesar, and compared our lite
with that ot a Roman teenager.
The German class studied the
backgrounds ot many ot our own
tamilies and tound their customs,
tolklore, and gay carols, tamiliar
Parlez vous trancais? Learning
to converse with a true Parisian ac-
cent and to understand the lang-
uage were two main goals ot our
By better knowing and compre-
hending the people ot the world
through their languages, perhaps
we can make the world a triendlier
and sater place in which to live.
Anyone want a ticket to the Globe Theater7
Caesars recruits in Latin class
Joyeux Noel a tout le monde
r. Wizard's Proteges
To one chemis'I"s TesT Tuloe add
one iovial proTe:sor, 35 would-be
scienTisTs, a conglomeraTion oT ap-
paraTus, unidenTiTiable odors and
Tumes, and early morning hours
used Tor memorizing valence
sheeTs - The resulT - one senior
VJIII wonders never cease?
Aquariums, Terrariums, and her-
bariums keep The sophomores in
shape as They masTer The biologi-
cal cycles OT planT and animal liTe.
Mr. Snyder and Mr. Clauser, our
Tlora and Tauna connoisseurs, direcT
The annual wild-Tlower saTaris and
insTrucT These amaTeur enTomolo-
gisTs on The secreTs of insecT liTe.
Young caTalyTic agenTs speed up Their reacfions
DensiTy . . . specific graviTy . . .
aTomic weighT . . . This scienTiTic
jargon Transformed The neophyTes
To novice scienTisTs. Observing
various enlighTening experimenTs
and demonsTraTions, lisTening care-
Tully To direcTions, and Then aT-
TempTing experimenTs, provided
Them wiTh The menTal Tools Tor cre-
aTing Tufure scienTisTs. The annual
Science Fair provided a beneTicial
opporTuniTy Tor our EinsTeins To ex-
hilaiT Their abiliTy and gain recogni-
Tion in scienTiTic Tield.
Higher primaTes invesTigaTe lower coelenTraTes
GOT iT now, SchniTz?
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Was iT This rough 'lor EinsTein, Too?
Burning The midnighT oil came
naTurally To our seniors when solid
geomeTry and Trig noTebooks were
due. STudenTs in business maTh
and bookkeeping had Their prob-
lems Too - oh, Tor The good old
days when TracTions and algebra
were The hardesT lessons we had.
As sophomores we Tacklecl equa-
Tions and enTered Tu'rTher inlo The
mysTeries oT higher maThemaTics.
TT This wasn'T enough, The die was
casT when plane geomeTry classes
gave us our mosT Trying iunior
MaThemaTicians beware when
These graduaTes of The slide rule
and compass Take Their place in
From Social Laments to Current Events
These could cause phobophobia.
SouTh America . . . TvienTal healTh . . . lncome
Tax . . . Civil War. . . Each one oT These Topics as
well as scores oT oThers were Tully covered as The
classes concenTraTed on The "persons, places, and
Things" in The news.
The sophomores Tound Themselves surrounded by
cavemen, Romans, and many oTher races aTTempT-
ing To make Their marlc in world hisTory.
The sTruggle and rise oT America broughT many
problems To our juniors. They soon learned ThaT
even Though America was small, iT had many im-
mense and inTricaTe problems.
By being parlor psychologisirs in social living class,
The senior sTudenTs Tound ThaT The human being
wiThin iTselT was in as much Turmoil as in The world
around him. Analyzing The social liTe of some sTu-
denTs provided much inTormaTion Tor Those who had
been in doubT abouT daTes, manners, and appear-
In problems of democracy our sTudenTs became
amaTeur auThors as They spenT innumerable hours
Toiiing over Their noTeboolcs. The problems of demo-
cracy sTudenTs and The local newspaper became
inseparable when currenT evenTs were concerned.
Also included in This course were sTudies of world
neighbors, The governmenTs, and Tiling income Tax
And so, by means oT social sTudies we hope To
Turn The misTal4es oT The pasT inTo The successes oT
Mr. Ramsey explains foreign relaTions To The P. of D. sTudenTs.
Keys to the Business World
The surn is equal To The ToTal oT The parTs.
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"Time", signiTies The end oT an-
oTher speed TesT and our girls in
The pen and pencil seT cross Their
Tingers Tor ThaT coveTed 70 W.P.M.
cerTiTicaTe. These gals noT only
Took dicTaTion louT had To TranslaTe
shorThand lhieroqlyphics To us.l
Remember accuracy before speed.
The pride and ioy oT The TacuTTy.
our TuTure secreTaries, ma5Tered
The diTTo machine as They prepared
our six weelcs TesTs and oTher
schooT maTerial. Boolclceeping, Enq-
Iish, and commercial ariThrneTic,
all in The line oT business, rounded
ouT The curriculum Tor These busi-
Balance ThaT budgelx Mrs. Geiger - our mosT popular dicTaTor
From lurninq melal on a lalhe
io making end 'fables - lhal is
whai our iulure machinisls and
carpenlers did wiih ease. Our
skilled crallsmen learned how To
operare saws, lafhes, planes, and
various drill presses. During lhe
course of lhe year ihey demon-
sfrared Jrheir skill af draiiing and
leafher craii. The boys made fur-
nilure of all kinds and helped in
conslruciing slage scenery. Afler
lraining in ihis vocaiion our crafis-
men will be prepared To handle
larger consrrucfion proiecis.
Print - hop
Qur lulure prinlers did every-
lhinq from sorlinq rype io running
ihe lillle Giani. The rolary press.
Their favoriie implemenis, ihe iob
s+ick, line gauge, and job case,
were as familiar io Jrhem as our own
pens and pencils are 'ro us. The
priniinq siaff was called upon io
make programs and Jrickeis for
praciically all social funciions in
Onels sense of smell is siimulal-
ed as one walks pasi ihe Three
rooms Thai comprise our Home
Economics Deparimenf. Wiihin
ihese rooms, Mrs. l-larned and Mrs.
de Schweinilz display Jrheir Jralenls
of sewing and cooking To iheir
many classes. Packing lunches for
our fooiball players, baking Chrisi-
mas cookies, making chocolafe
Easier eggs, and sewing Easier oui-
fils provided The girls wilh a prac-
iical and educalionally rewarding
Sew - This is how io save money on a wardrobe.
Double, double loil and Trouble, fire burn and caldron bubble.
page se .fenfyeseyen
Note Our Music Staff
Our TlaTs are cerTarnly sharp.
Our promising young prodigies
are schooled in The laTesT TooTin'
Techniques during Their weekly in-
sTrumenTal classes. Mr. Raymond
Becker is Their capable Teacher.
From The TluTe and piccolo To The
Tuba, TrumpeT, and Trombone, any
musiceminded sTudenT can Tind ex-
perT advice behind The door oT The
The Tinal rounding ouT oT our
musical culTure is accomplished by
our Theory classes in junior high
school. ln addiTion To sTudying
lcey signaTures and chord Torma-
Tions, lvlrs. Thelma SanTee gives us
insTrucTion in wriTing our own sim-
Because music is The only lang-
uage The whole world speaks and
undersTands, iT is a viTal parT of
Mrs. SanTee explains The science of music.
welcome change from classes
ln lceeping wiTh The old adage
"a sound mind in a sound body"
The school has creaTed a compre-
hensive physcial educaTion pro-
gram. This gym program provides
an ouTleT Tor emoTions and energy
and malies Teamworlq and coopera-
Tion a realiTy. Under The supervi-
sion oT lvlrs. l-lelen Wanisko The
girls enioy a diversiTied program
which includes baslceTball, baseball,
soccer, Tield hockey. and dancing.
The boys parTicipaTe in gymnasTics.
TooTball, baseball, baslceTball, box-
ing and cannonball, under The
guidance oT lvlr. Al Erdosy. ln
order To beTTer inTorm The public
oT The purpose and goals oT This
program The Physical EducaTion
DeparTmenT sponsors an annual
We all have our ups and downs
These girls are head over heels abouT gym class.
page sevenTy-n E ne
An application and appreciation of aesthetics
Try a dab ot red here . . . Dark-
en the slcy in this section . . . Cor-
rect the perspective . . . These
were all very tamiliar remarlcs ex-
pressed by our instructor, Mr. Mel-
vin Kleppinger, as he attempted to
bring out the creative potentiali-
ties in our school's talent Rem-
brandts. Our very complete art
course ottered a media tor every
persons taste and provided toun-
dations tor protitable hobbies.
Our art room became the crux
ot all activity when the call tor
scenery and decorations was ex-
tended by directors in Christmas
Vespers, Senior Class Plays, and
The climax ot the year was real-
ized in early May in the torm ot
an Art Exhibit. The students
beamed with pride as they ushered
their appreciative parents among
their tinished products. This oc-
casion was highlighted by several
students displaying their accom-
plishments and techniques in the
Our art curriculum provides experiences in many media.
NAJHS Trusteeship Council
Senior High STudenT Council
SiTTing: S. Graver, J. Morey, F. I-lobel, C. Mills, J. T-luTnick E. Hensel.
STanding: D. Frey, G. Buss, J. Yurish, R. Fredick, G. STephany. J. Schmidt J. Koehler, J. KenT, G. l-iaydT A Laubach
IT iT's a visiT To The U. N. ThaT
you wanT. iusT sTep inTo room :H:4I
and wiTness The aTTernoon session
oT our House oT RepresenTaTives.
Mr. AI Laubach. TaculTy advisor,
presided over The home-room en-
voys as They developed governing
and leadership skills.
Junior Red Cross looxes. The saie
oT our school pennanTs. and The
wonderTui ChrisTmas Ball were all
planned and arranged by These
husTling school leaders.
In The lower house Tloor leader
Mr. William Laubach Took charge
oT The Junior l-ligh School repre-
senTaTives. The Tall and spring
dances were The social evenTs on
Top oT Their calendar.
Junior High STudenT Council
SiTTing: B. Zellner, S. Zaharchik, C. RockoviTs, M. Wenner, N. Snyder, D. WalkoviTs.
STanding: M. Moyer, B. Reph, N. Werheiser, R. Davis, W. Laubach lsponsori,
Character - Service - Leadership - Scholarship
Look whal Sania broughl Miss Laubach ai
'rhe Honor Sociely Chrisimas parfy.
These siudenls, leaders ol lheir
class who excelled in scholarship,
characler, leadership, and service,
comprised The Nalional l-lonor So-
ciely. Under The direclion oi Miss
Marion Laubach lhey slrived lo
promoie slandards oi good cilizen-
ship and good scholarship. A+ lheir
monlhly meelings lhese sludenls
planned aclivilies ihal would benea
iii The eniire school. ln order lo
carry our deeds ol service, lhe
members conducled a 'ruloring
syslem lhal provided lhe sludenl
body wilh help in various subiecis.
The sociely sponsored lhe "Valen-
iine Rendezvous." a dance which
was held in February. Their lasl
gel-logelher oi Jrhe year was The
annual picnic where everyone re-
viewed +he year's happenings and
acquainled Jrhe new members from
The junior class wilh The purposes
and slandards lhey would have lo
Nalional Honor Sociely
Sealed: l-l. Banlqowslci, D. Sluber, D. Kochenash, D. Morilz, B. l-luiniclc
Isl row: J. Schmidi, M. Benninger, J. Zialylc, J. Mazur, A. Miller, C. Jones, D. Yandrischovilz, D. Yanders, J. Slim l
2nd row: T. Keller, J. Milisils, R.Gougl1er, P. Kirchlcesner, C Saller, L. Tanzosh, A. Zaharchalc, L. Suller, A. Gas er
Miss Laubach, adviser.
TRI - Trying to uphold school standards
Beck lo Fronl:
Isl row: B. Klulzarilz, S, Seller, M. Tanzos, J. Grover, M .Mummey. J. l-lulniclc, J. Spaihls, E. Messenlehner,
P. Pelrick, G. Fruhman.
2nd row: E. i-lensel, M. Poandl, B. Horn, K. Dilcher, P. Trech, D. Mooney, G. Smilh, R. Tomasciiz, P. Temos,
3rd row: J. Pole, S. Berne.
4th row: D, Kocher, E. Miller,
Slh row: S. Cowling, S. Raclclille.
blh row: P. Miko, B. Wuchler.
Big business - Bela Tri-Hi-Y sold relreshmenls al baslcelball games.
The Bela Tri-l-li-Y group Their walchword, lhey pre-
wes kepl lousy selling refresh- Senged qgfis +0 Jfhe needy
menls el lhe school baslcel-
bell games and wresllinq
melches. Using "service" as
children al Chrislmes and
L01 . ' ff,
Hl - High ideals are our goal
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Back lo Froni:
Isl row: M. Meriz, P. Green, E. Beichman, D. Kemme er,
2nd row: R. Dech, J. Viffeand, M. Kremmerer, D. Faiman
3rd row. M. Pelmcelli, D. Soadt P. Kline, S. Siermer, S. Rockoviis, P. Schmidl, A. Miifer, J, Schmidt R
Sih row: N. B
6+h row: J. M
ic, L. Tanzosh.
N. Trach, E. Siiiies, P. Miiler, E. Borbacs, S. Faizinger, Mrs. Obrechi, adviser, P, Giiberi, D. Scho
yer, M. Benninger.
achman, S. Recker, S. Siroh, D. Yanders.
azur, B. Michael, J. Slimpfl, A. Gasper.
M. Kraynick, A. Szep, D. Hirschrnan, K. Engler.
Wishing won'l do Hg Saving will - The Alpha Tri-Hi-Y provided us wirh +he opporlunify
of buying saving siamps each week.
key Day" game by selling
chrysanihemums. They help-
ed siress good grooming and
good manners during Janu-
ary by sponsoring a Couriesy
The Alpha Tri-l-li-Y served
ihe school by selling savings
siarnps 'fo The siudenl' body
ihroughouf ihe year. Al
Thanksgiving Time ihey add-
ed more color 'ro our "Tur-
page eig h lyfive
- To prepare us for the future
Back fo Eroniz
Mrs, l-lauke. adviser, D. Zwiclsle, R. Bird, P. Lahu
B. Mills, P. Mills, R. Phillips, N. Rofh.
J. Smilh, T. Slcrapifs, G. Vifelzel, M. Shunlc.
P. Knopf, D. Kohler, M. Sever, E. Wunderler.
S, Rush, J. Schloller, S, Graver, A. I-landwerk.
R. Pelrucelli, B. Moser.
S. Koran, F. Tanzosh.
P. Chrisiman, M. l-lussar.
Preparing for Turkey Day - Zela Tri-Hi-Y sold "rah-rah" shakers for The big game
To enliven our foo+ball afieniion 'ro lheir good
4350195-llle Zela TVl'l'll'Y Sold neighborly proiecls al'Chr1sl
"rah-rah shakers" 'ro The sfu
denis. The girls gave muc
Ig mas lime.
Any News is Good News
lsi' row: P. Kirchkessner, J. Fox, M. Kraynick, D. Morifz, R. Burianic, S. Sieiner, S. Beers, G. Wefzell.
2nd row: L. Morirz, S. Gerney, S. Kopier, J. Mazur, P. Gardner, L. Tanzosh, D. Yosi, P. Werner, D, Kill.
3rd row: C. Hess, B. Fields, P. Sickonic, R. Nickischer, J. Smiih, S. Rockoviis, T. Skrapiis, B. Paynfer,
S. Radcliffe, P. Trach.
4+h row: P. Hall, E. Messenlehner, P. Rehrig, S. Shoemaker, S. Dreher, J. Schloifer, P. Dal Pezzo, N. Rolh,
B. Mills, G. Fruhman, M. Mulasiis.
5lh row: R. Gougher, Mr. Harry Wall ladviserl.
"A++en+ion Courier sialic", says The
voice over The infercom, "Facul+y advis-
or Harry B. Wall announces ihai all as-
signmenis are due iodayf' Once again
rhe wheels are sei inio moiion as srafl'
members make ihai' final eiforr io mee+
fhe deadline. Reporrers busily weave 'ro-
geiher ridbirs oi iniormaiion, puffing
ihe finishing Jrouches on lheir ever popu-
sprinkling of aihleiic jargon 'ro round off
reporis on 'rhe varied evenis. The pa-
per's four ediiors refwriie porfions of
column maierial, keeping in mind Jrhe
many helpful poiniers 'rhey gleaned while
ariending ihe Temple Press Tournament
an annual iournalisfic highlight Assign-
menis in, checked, prinied, and anoiher
edifion of ihe Concreie Courier reaches
lar "Gleanings" column. Sporis wriiers
scan rheir back page spread, adding
Aspiring reporlers. Original canelidaies for The Press Tournameni
The AMPTENN AN Staff
The TalenTs of nearly a hundred
busy people were employed in un-
Tolding The annual Tale oT a Typical
high school year.
While The ediTors wroTe, re-
wroTe, and perTecTed Their copy,
The business sTaTT pursued iTs cli-
enTs Tor The necessary Tinancial
The viTal iob of arranging The
maTerial ThroughouT The book be-
longed To The layouT sTaTT.
ETTicienT secreTaries Typed The
approved draTTs, while The arTisTs
added Their special Touch To The
pages. Our phoTographers cap-
Tured and developed The year's
sTory in picTures.
IT was maddening, someTimes
exciTing, buT always saTisTying --
The producTion of The l957 Amp-
Upper leTT-SeaTed: D. MoriTz, H. Mi-
STanding: C. Jones, C. SalTer, W. Moo-
ney, D. Kochenash, T. Messenlehner
M. Kraynick, B. Huiniclc, C. Moyer
J. Fox. Absen+ J. MilisiTs.
Lower leTT, Home Room SecreTaries-
SeaTed: S. Meyer, D. Yanders, D, Yan
drischoviTz, P. Miller, P. Gilbert STand'
ing: Mrs. Geiger.
Lower righT-D. SpadT, E. Bachman, H
Umper riglwl, sealed-Isl' row: S, Meyer
B. Foclnl, J. Schmidt S. Roclcovils, A
Miller, S. Slroh.
2nd row: Mrs. Geiger, N. Baclnman, O
Beers, L. Tanzoslw, S. Slermer, M. Merlz,
3rd row' D Yosl A Gas er M. Ben-
. . , . p ,
ninqer, J, Becker, P. Sclwmidl.
4-Hi row: J. Mesics, D. Falman, J. Kohler
Cenler riqhlYSealed: D.
Slandinqz M. Kozero, Mr. Kleppinger,
Lower riqhl--Isl row: E. Sillies, J
Wieand, P. Gilbert D. Yandrisclwovifz
J. Henning, J. Mazur.
2nd row: S. Falzinger, P. Schell, S. Kulp
li. Borbacs. R. Decli, A. Gallegas.
3rd row: D. Mellscln, P. Miller, M. Sipos
4H'w row: D. Billweimer, J. Valkauee, J
Kohler, L. Kremus.
Sllw row: J. Szerensils, P. Kulzier, R
Missing from piclure: G. Repperf, J
Luciano, B. Marslw, D. Smiilw, L. O'Brien,
l.el+fSlar1ding: G. Sleiany, N. Koehler
S. Neclwesly, J. Sanlee, C. Kolriler
A. Szep, D. Hirsclwman, P. Kline.
Sealed: M. Kowalysnyn, I. Lapp, R. Koch
Contests, Concerts, Clinics
Ist row J Chernanslcy, L. Bollman, B. Rector, L. Everett, E. Miller, B. Miller, S. Cowling.
2nd ro F Greene, C. Jones, H. Banlcowslci, J. Christman, N. McMurry, C. Lisetslci, C. Kohler, N. Moyer, H. Wolt, C Hess
3rd ro D Stuber, A. Michalgylc, S. Bilheimer, D. Smith, C. Salter, Mrs. T. Santee ladviserl, D. Seiler, M. Kowalyshyn, S Nachesty
J Miltenberger, T. Hatt.
Selected trom the larger chorus were
twenty seven ot our top songsters to
torm the Girls' Ensemble. These girls,
identitied by their blue shirtwaist dress-
es, worlced hard at pertecting tone gua-
lity and developing a time singing per-
sonality. Our singers were proud ot their
Forensics ratings and were in much de-
mand by civic organizations throughout
the Lehigh Valley.
Perhaps one ot the most popular mu-
sical organizations in the school, the
chorus. under the direction ot Mrs. Thel-
ma Santee and Mr. Raymond Becker,
boasted a membership ot nearly one-
hundred and titty voices. The chorus per-
tormed outstandingly in the Christmas
Vespers and in the Spring Music Con-
In addition to these two programs the
chorus attended the annual choral clinic
at Latayette, where the group pertorm-
ed under the leadership ot John Ray-
mond. Selected chorus members later
attended district and state choruses. The
program calendar was completed when
the combined choruses ot Northampton
and Catasauqua participated in a tinal
For our musicians
lsl' row: G. Slelany, E. lielwnel, C. Replw, C. OH, D. Tarnow, R. Galgon, J. Messenlelnner.
2nd row: L. Vlferlclweiser, D. Kern, P. Pelriclr, A. Relmer, R. Johnson, D, Hall.
3rd row: J. Declm, R. VVerner, J. Marks, S, Anllnony, J. Kenl, J. Troxell, J. Reese.
4+h row: A. Messenlelwner, A. Zaclwarclwulc, Mr. R. Becker, adviser, W. Mooney, T. Keller.
lsl row: Mrs. T. Sanlee, adviser: H. Vfoll, N. McMurrry, C. Jones, C. Kolwler, H. Banlcowslcl, D. Sluber, A
Hummel, C. Heclcrnan, P. Zialyk, S. Cowling.
2nd row: P. Hall, J. Lablslw, G. Smollclc, J. Spailxls, J, Smlllm, E. Sieglried, E. Koclwer, J. Ferrel, V. Bulz.
3rd row: N. Koehler, B. Vxfilllams, J. Greene, R. Hellellinqer, P. Kurlz, B, Schafer, D. Mooney, P. Werner
4ll'1 row: M. Sclwwarlz, S. Gilbert L. Kaslilc, L, Derluammer, E. Fraclc, P. Slclconlc, D. Clwelnuly, M. Smallen
5ll'1 row iD. l-lerlnlnger, T. Sillies, M. Lovelace, S. Jones, S. Bell, L. Kern, D. Zelinsky, B. Marsh.
bllm row: J. Becker, J. Mesics, P. Relwrig, D. Yandrischovils, L. O'Brlen, P. Mills, S. Oplinger, S. Gelz.
7l'l1 row: J. Chrisfman, A. Miclnalgylc, C. Saller, B. Reclor, D. Seller, C. Llselski, B. Miller, S. Herd.
Slanclingz C. Hess, M. Kowalyslnyn, L. Everefl, J. Millenberger, N. Moyer, S. Naclwesly, S. Billwelmer, D. Smilh
L. Bollman, J. Clwernanslcy, E. Miller, F. Greene.
Our band t s
Exlreme lerl: Mr. Raymond Becker, adviser.
This group of accomplished musicians.
under The guidance of our capable di-
reclor, Mr. Raymond Becker, enlerlained
us in assemblies, pep rallies, and con-
cerl's. Precision marching and fancy for-
malions were lrue speciallies Thar held
T. Messner, J. Becker, C. Reph, D. Rogers, R. Hanfz, R. Hoffman, J. lvlellch, A, Ferrei.
J. Schelller, T. Keller, M. Smallen, P. Lerch, P. Kircheshner, L. Person. R. Person.
R. I-lefflefinger, M. lNel+y, E. Seiqlried, L. Scholl, B. Newharl.
R. Derkils, N. Moyer, D. Smilh, C. OH, R. Creyer, H. Hulh.
R. Galgon, B. Reclor, S. Barlholomew, J. Messner, B. Kocher, D. Koehler, M. Losonski.
A. Lubenelsky, D. Seilier, J. Newharl, J. Topfer, R. Bowen, L. Werkheiser, R. Fehnl.
our inferesl al foolloall half-lime. Every
iwo years il's members enjoy a l'rip lo
New York Cily and each June fhe band
climaxes 'rhe year's acfivilies wi+h a con-
cerf al Dorney Park.
per by the dozen
LelT To righT: M. Barall, J. Greene, L. EvereTT, P. Hall, F, Greene, S. GeTz, M. Lovelace, L. Kaslik, B. BrobsT,
5. Herd, N. Koehler, M. Krayniclcl Head MaioreTTel.
was Their rendiTion of The CharlesTon
A colorTul TwenTy, The N.A.J.H.S.
do'ie To The music OT The VarsiTy Drag.
maioreTTes and colorguards. seT a lively
pace Tor our band. A Time group oT loyal
misses paraded our colors Through vari-
ous parades and TooTball game halT-
Time refiews. Especially eye caTching
The squads. capTained by Marcia Kray-
niclc and Isabelle Lapp, were under The
leadership of Raymond Becker, band
LeTT To righT: S. NachesTy, l. Lapp, E. Messenlehner, L. Derhammer, A. Michalgylc, S. Gerny, K. Dilcher,
Accenting the lights
Sealed: B. Laub, J. Luciano.
Slandingz J. Turbelslcy, J. lvlilisils.
The laslc ol ellicienl handling
and operaling of slage equipmenl'
was delegaled lo lhe slage crew,
who in realily were lhe men behind
'rhe scenes. Their volunlary lime
and elliorls made assemblies, ves-
pers, concerls, and various olher
programs lar more enjoyable lo
lhe viewing audience.
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Isl row: D. Tarnow, P. Chrislman, B. Bodo, J. Hirlle, B. lvliller.
2nd row: B. Williams, C. Dilcher, B. Fields, S. Scharanzalf, M. l-lolliclc, P. Lahula, J. Schegal.
3rd row: Inslruclor lvlr. Papp, G. Vlfanislco, J. Troxell, W. lvlooney, lvl. lvlondficlc, J. Kenl, W. l-loclcman, D. Tullco.
The Pholography Club, which was localed down deep our Amplennian piclures in lhe dark room and displaying
in lhe basement aimed lo develop piclures 'rhal would lhem in lhe showcase was one imporlanl phase of 'rhe
win prizes in The spring pholography conlesl. Developing club's worlc.
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Badge of Merit - the "N"
Varsify 'N' Club
Kochenash, J. Mlllsllss, lvl. Kraynlck, I. Lapp, P. Kirchlcesner, D. Scholl, T. Chuss, A. Vogel.
Grabarils, J. Eruchak, R. Fehnel, R. Reimer, C. M
lvlessenlehner, J. Recker, L. Brellfeller, R. Gougher, C. Hoffman.
Billy, J. Spanlfz, A. Zaharczuk, C. Bodnar, C. K
Kucharczulc, M. Wrighl, W. Hucalulc, S. Anlhony, J. lvlllcsils, L. Suffer.
Shimer, H. Guss, F. Marlh, B. Feidler, G. Nlckolas, Mr. H. Wall, adviser
The N Club under The sponsor-
ship of Mr. Harry Wall supporfed
all school aclivilies. During 'rhe
loofloall season, They backed lhe
learn by selling palron names, pro-
grams, and boosler rags. They
handled The prinlinq, dislribufion
and selling of Hclcels, poslers, and
Whislcey measures Holly for his swealer.
Our Sportsmen share outdoor life
Row I: J. Schell, J. ATTrill, R. l-laydi.
Row 2: R. Tanzos, J. Gavura, L. Livengood, A. l'-leTTelTinger, l-l. Mills.
Row 3: J. SkrapiTs, A. Lubeneslcy, M, Uhericlc, A. Chimarys, K. Reph.
Row 4: R. Koch, G. Shoemaker, R. GroTT.
Row l: D. Diclcerman, A. Reimer, D. Frey, J. Derr,
Row 2: Mr. Henry Weir, adviser, M. Kern, C. Benson, G. Miller, E. Pellco, J. Snyder.
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The ouTdoor minded
sporTsmen parTicipaTed in
Fishing and RiTle Clubs. Fish-
ing club, direcTed by The
MasTer Angler, Mr. Michael
LiseTslci, dealT wiTh all The
various phases oT Tishing lore.
Tying flies. c a s Ti n g, and
sToclcing fish were included in
The year round program.
The marlismen oT The Class
were in RiTle Club. This
group under The guidance oT
Mr. l-lenry Weir discussed
The inTricacies oT good shooT-
ing and gun handling. Fol-
lowing The rule, "A good
shooTer is a saTe shooTer,"
They acquainTed Themselves
wiTh various weapons and
demonsTraTed saTeTy in using
Beauty and Brawn
Sfanding: C. Danner, J. Chernanslcy, D. While, D. Srnilh, D. Henninger, inslruclor Mrs. Wanisko.
Sealed: P. Kline.
Girls physical educaiion was no'r al a slandslill af
N.A.J.l-l.S. This selecl group. +he gym leam, was
challenged conslanlly b mals, rings, rhyihm danc-
ing, parallel bars, calisfhenics, and The Trampoline.
Kneeling: Adviser H. Wail, L. Breilfeller, R. Fehnel, F. Marlh, J. Yurish, R. Sanlo, T. Keller, R. Gougher
Slanding: K. Niclcscher, M. Billy, G. Ballz, G. Barlholomew, l. Rissmiller, D. Frey, T. Chuss, J. Spanilz
C. Kunfzlernan, M. Gunlher, M. Chuss, B. Bell
NlVeigh+ Club is an original and inferesling club
spnosored by Mr. l-larry Wall. Composed of 'rhe
wreslling squad and olher body building enlhusiasls.
'rhis group meels every Monday and Thursday 'ro
build physique and body co-ordinalion fhrough a
conirolled program of exercise and weighllillring.
Fight Black and Grange ! ! !
SeaTed: J. Chernansky, D. Chehuly, L. Bollman.
STanding: J, Fox. B. Kopfer, C. Lisefski.
PracTice shouTs Tor laTer bouTs - our cheerleaders give us praclice Tor The Thanksgiving Day game
DespiTe wind and weaTher This small group OT sp2riTod
gals leT loose wiTh The cheers on The Tield and The courT.
T1 mid-TooTball seaso'i They compleTed Their uniTorrns by
receiving heavy black sweaTers sporTing orange acTiviTy
leTTers. Headed by iTs only senior member, Joy Fox, They
exuberanTly represenTed us ThroughouT The baslceTball and
Toolball seasons by Their spiriT, rhyThrn, and pep.
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Summer was over: school was in session. Some
sTudenTs were glad, some sad. Walking Through our
school, we saw new Taces - Teachers' as well as sTu-
denTs'. Someone always managed To geT losT Those
TirsT Tew days. The Teachers checked and recheclced
The lisT oT names given To Them To see ThaT everyone
was in class. All proceeded well Through a monTh OT
readiusTmenT. IT will noT be many SepTemloers Trom
now beTore all members oT senior high school will
wallf up new sTeps To enTer Their class room.
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The old adage oT a "Time and a
place Tor everyThing" is especially
True oT school where schedules ar-
range Tor all acTiviTies To The min-
uTe. Seasons are likewise caTa-
logued. FooTball during The monTh
oT OcTober was very much in Tull
swing. However, wheTher iT was
TooTball or any oTher sporT, The
TaiThTul Tollowers oT NorThampTon
Area JoinT High School sporTsmen
were on hand To cheer Them on To
During The middle oT The monTh
The Teachers congregaTed in The
school Tor Their annual workshop.
Discussing The various phases oT
school acTiviTies were leading pro-
Tessors Trom surrounding colleges
and universiTies. They discussed
proper Techniques To be used in
Teaching Tields. These workshops
were dedicaTed To The purpose oT
improving The school's curriculum
and producing wholesome harmony
beTween Teachers and sTudenTs.
An evenT which Took place every
six weeks and which was anTicipaT-
ed by all, was The issuing oT reporT
cards. The monTh oT OcTober was
no excepTion. The resulTs were noT
always pleasing, buT iT was some-
Thing To look Torward To.
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page one hundred Two
November was The monTh oT
Thanksgiving and The annual Turkey
Day game wi+h our mosT ardenT
rival, CaTTy. As usual The sTudenT
body sTaged a pep rally The day
beTore The big game To boosT
school spiriT and To hang The
CaTTy dummy in eTTigy.
Also during This monTh The sen-
iors were TiTTed Tor Their com-
mencemenT gowns. These gowns
broughT ThoughTs To The seniors'
minds oT The day in June when They
would graduaTe Trom high school.
November was also The monTh
oT dance classes which were held
in The gymnasium under The super-
vision oT Mr. A. Laubach and Mr.
Laub. ln These classes The sTudenTs
learned everyThing Trom The mosT
modern To The oldesT dances
known. IT was a good way oT
spending a spare sTudy hall.
page one hundred Three
As The approaching ChrisTmas
spiriT descended upon us, The
decor oT The school reTlecTed The
holiday Fashions. Even Mr. Papp's
chem lab had iTs TesTive Touch wiTh
his scienTiTically decoraTed ChrisT-
mas Trees. The icebox monTh
Tound mosT oT The sTudenTs prepar-
ing Tor ChrisTmas Vespers wi+h all
oT iTs usual conTusion. ATTer a
very successTul program The sTu-
denT body was again exciTed over
The coming ChrisTmas prom. All
during The week preceding The
holidays The homerooms cele-
braTed Their various ChrisTmas
parTies in a iovial mood. The Ger-
man class had The auThenTic Ger-
man Toods and cusToms. ATTer a
week oT TesTiviTies The sTudenTs re-
ceived The words oT The alumni
now aTTending various colleges and
universiTies. The NaTional Honor
SocieTy had Their annual parTy.
The sad parT oT The Tinal days oT
December was The announcemenT
oT Mrs. SmiTh's reTiremenT.
page one hundred Tour
January dawned brisk and cold,
buT This provided no barriers To our
school's populaTion. This Type OT
weaTher was ideal Tor Those sTu-
denTs who had received ice slcaTes
Tor ChrisTmas. Everyone was de-
lighTed when The borough permiT-
Ted ice slcaTing on The Trozen com-
Ice slcaTing provided The much
needed relaxaTion Tor our senior
salesmen who sTopped aT The pool
aTTer They canvassed The area sell-
ing class play TiclceTs. All The sen-
iors responded well To The call To
sell Ticl4eTs and The play was en-
acTed beTore a capaciTy audiences
We also learned ThaT The sTu-
denT's minds were as sharp as The
blades on Their slcaTes as They
maTched wiTs To deTermine The
homeroom spelling champions. A
conTesT of The champs was Then
held and The grade TinalisTs were
selecTed. These TinalisTs represenT-
ed us in The Tinal oT The conTesT
sponsored by The Call Chronicle
page one hundred Tive
February provided a welcome
brighT spoT during The waning win-
Ter season wiTh iTs valenTine prom-
ise oT hearTs and Tlowers. Febru-
ary I6 Tound The sTudenT body
TloaTing along on a romanTic cloud
as everyone had a wonderful Time
aT The "ValenTine Rendezvous"
Our ThoughTs Turned To more
serious maTTers when c:ollecTions Tor
The Red Cross began, and shiny
red and whiTe "l gave" buTTons
were visible everywhere.
The girls had Their day, Too, as
rivalry ran high during The girls'
baslceTball compeTiTion Tor Top in-
page one hundred six
School "Marched" inTo The sea-
son oT spring. GusTy March winds
blew merry Tunes Through The air
when mixed choruses oT NorThamp-
Ton l-ligh School and CaTasauqua
High School meT aT CaTasauqua To
sing under The olirecTion oT John
Raymond Trom LaTayeTTe College.
The choral clinic was a success in
creaTing good will beTween The
schools as well as being a wonder-
Tul creaTive experience.
BeTore The sTarT oT The LenTen
season. The girls OT secTion IZ4 Tul-
Tilled The TradiTion oT FasTnachT
Day by Taking Time ouT To eaT a
Tew delicious doughnuTs. They
also sponsored a "Business Weelc"
during which They pracTiced The
habiTs oT good secreTaries boTh in
dress and in oTTice assignmenTs.
They climaxed Their acTiviTies by
Talcing a Trip To New Yorlc CiTy.
The monTh ended wiTh The annu-
al Pennsylvania Forensic and Music
League DisTricT ConTesT. Again
NorTharnpTon was hosT To The
schools parTicipaTing in The con-
TesTs. Mingling wiTh sTudenTs
Trom diTTerenT schools and discuss-
ing The conTesTs provided us wiTh
an opporTuniTy Tor making many
page one hundred seven
April, wiTh iTs EasTer TesTiviTies,
produced many surprises Tor our
classmaTes. As everyone prepared
Tor The EasTer holidays, some oT our
conTemporaries s e e m e d Taken
abaclc by The beauTy, arTisTic abili-
Ty, and The paTience ThaT is needed
To produce an exquisiTe Ukrainian
EasTer egg. Preceding and Tollow-
ing The holiday season, our musi-
cally inclined sTudenTs conscien-
Tiously rehearsed Tor The annual
Senior l-ligh School Musical ThaT
was presenTed on April 24. The
producTion Te a T u r e d selecTions
Trom The Senior Band, The Girls'
Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Girls' En-
semble and Mixed Ensemble wiTh
Tour senior soloisTs highlighTing
excerpTs Trom The selecTed Theme,
page one hundred eighf
For Jrhe graduaiing class of l957,
May was lhe busiesl and mosl ex-
pensive monih of our lasl school
year. One of Jrhe highlighlrs of
Jrhe senior agenda was +he annual
class lrip +o Washinglon, D.C.
Tapping The savings accounf for
Jrhe necessary six dollars was pain-
ful, bul' exlrernely worlhwhile.
As Jrhe long-awaiiecl day ap-
proached, we eagerly fried on our
caps and gowns. The girls looked
lovely in whireg lhe boys looked
dislinguished in gray. These lasl
weeks were spenl in sending an-
nouncemenis and perfecling fhe
commencemenl pageant "Blue-
prinl' of Progress." Before we knew
il we marched Jro our sears and lis-
Jrenecl lo 'rhe Baccalaureale Serv-
ice. had one las? fling ai The din-
ner dance, and finally received
our diplomas, June 5, l957.
A Night of Enlightenment
The classrooms ot NAJHS wore
a special glow the night ot Novem-
ber 6 as its doors swung wide open
to admit the many interested par-
ents. This was the date ot the
annual Open House visitation.
Mom and Dad met and consult-
ed with our teachers and observed
samples ot our worlc.
Knowing the role ot the school
and the place it occupies in com-
munity lite will aid everyone in dee
veloping and promoting an ettects
ive, better understood institution.
An "Earnest" discussion 4 Mr. Papp talks with parents
"Next, please" - the waiting is the worst part, as many parents discover.
page one hundred nine
Better Business through Better Education
The Chamber ot Commerce shows the teachers how their meetings are run.
Qne day out ot every school
year is set aside tor the businessf
man-teacher conterence, B-E Day.
This is the day the teachers aslc the
questions, not answer them, The
Chamber ot Commerce comes to
school en masse to discuss and ex-
change school and industrial prob-
lems. The activity ot the day is
highlighted by a luncheon.
The teachers played host to the businessmen
page one hundred ten
"We could have danced all night"
Slffinq Jfhis dance cur.
Cur own Fred Asraire.
Having a ball!
Prepararion, prepararion, preparafionll Hecfic
days are spem' befween Hwe work of planning com-
mirfees and Ticker collecfors To insure everyone's
fine Hrnes at our dances. Our qrea+ variefy of
dances - prom, club, and square - fill in our social
Noi' a "square" dandng.
page one hundred eleven
Cavalcade of stars
Our neighbors from Nazareiin enferfain us for an affernoon.
A Tense momenf in our exchange program
Traveling Jrroupers -V VVe rerurn Nazareins visit
Cnmeback! We were glad 'ro see These familiar Traces from '56 af our annua' Homecoming Assembiy.
page one Hundred fweive
Mil!er'5 Deparimeni Sfore spone
sored a fashion show
Time win+er sfyles. Our
maies acfed as models.
A giimpse of iomormw' Mr. Ramsey discusses world Topics
paqe one hundred Thirieen
Day of reverence
page cne hundred loaarleen
A big even? eagerly awaifed by
sludenls of NAJHS was The annual
Chrisrmas Vesper program Jrhal
was held in Jrhe school audirorium
December ninrh and renlh. Chrisl-
mas Vespers has become a lavorire
rradirion in our school.
ln rhis year's program The mir-
acle of Chrislmas unfolded as over
lwo hundred parlicipanls fold The
in song and story
slory of Jrhe birlh of The Chrisl
The music was under The direce
lion ol Mrs. Thelma Sanlee. Miss
Black and Mrs. Obrechl coached
and direcled fhe speakers and fhe
lableaux. Mr. Kleppinqer and Mr.
Alec Erdosy supervised Jrhe slage
selling. Mr. Reill was in charge of
lhe lighling Crew.
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Irene, This is Hercules Jones, The smarTesT Taxi
driver I ever meT.
Calm down Jenny, iT's only Mr. CuTTer and his baby boTTle.
You didn'T have To hiT him ThaT hard, did you?
l wonder IT Jenny will mind sleeping on This soTa.
AnoTher year - same problernl Where in The
world could The senior class Tind a class play To
please everyone - a play ThaT had a generous share
OT comedy, a sprinkling oT romance, and a mysTeri-
ous TwisT Tor The Sherlock Holmes' Tans, Too.
Sound like a big order? Well, iT was, bu+ This
year's producTion, Come OuT of The CloseT, by
Roland Coyle solved The problem.
EveryThing sTarTed, innocenTly enough, when Three
5ecreTaries Trom Ohio - namely Hilda Hawkins,
Irene Gleason, and Jenny PoTTs - moved To New
York and renTed an aparTmenT Trorn lvlrs. Malone, a
The Three girls are ioined by George Hanson,
lrene's Tiance, and Hercules Jones, a muscle-bound
Taxi driver. TogeTher They meeT Mr. CuTTer, a "gal-
loping" young TaTher, Miss Phillips and Mr. Rose-
waTer - Two "respecTable" counTerTeiTers, and
Sweeney, a very, very nearsighTed policeman.
WhaT did all This confusion add up To? Two eve-
nings oi Tun and enTerTainmenT Tor all.
TwenTy-dollar bills! New, crisp Twenly-dollar bills!
of the closet ! ! !
Tl1al's nol a young man, officer Sweeney?
you're loolcing al a floor lamp.
SENIOR PLAY CAST
Alobie Phillips - lvl. A. Kowalyslwyn
Gullwrie Rosewaler - A. Zalmarclwulc
Irene Gleason - D. lvlorilz
Jennie Polls - S. Roclqovils
l-lilcla Hawkins - J. Fox
Policeman - J. Kohler
Ammonia - J. Greene
Hercules Jones -- C. Moyer
Mr. Culler - B. Laub
George l-lanson - G. Slepliany
Mrs. Malone - J . Sclwmicll
Look. Goggle Eyes! Vwlanl me lo 'rear you inlo a llwousand pieces?
Don'l anyone move - or l'll plug you!
Belwincl The scenes f- painls and preparalions.
The juniors speak
SeaTed: Judy Chernansky, Sylvia Shoemaker, Susan English, CynThia LiseTslci.
STanding: Earl Heisler, John SpaniTz, Mr. KermiT Gregory, adviser, Charles KunTzleman, Phillip Ridgley.
On Thursday evening, February Zi, The NAJHS
audiTorium was Tilled wiTh The sound oT whispers and
soTT music. The sTage was seT Tor The 3IsT annual
Junior Speaking ConTesT. As The curTain rose, a hush
Tell over The audience.
Earl Heisler sTepped To The TronT oT The sTage and
gave a powerTul Talk on TuTure decisions enTiTled
"Americans aT The Crossroads". Sylvia Shoemaker
Tollowed wiTh a breaTh-Taking Tale oT "The Black
CaT". NexT, Phillip Ridgely delivered his second
prize winning rib-Tickler, "The Big Game". Also a
second prize winner, Judy Chernanslcy changed The
pace a biT wiTh "The Children oT God". a Touching
glimpse inTo The lives oT Two young people. "ExTracTs
Trom Adam's Diary" proved To be a TickeT To TirsT
place Tor Charles KunTzleman, wiTh iTs unique humor
and audience appeal. Susan English as The well-
inTormed young lady oT "Jane EnTerTains The Minis-
Ter" broughT The house down and walked oTT wiTh
TirsT place honors. John SpanTiz's ingenious sugges-
Tions concerning The arT oT snoozing unnoTiced, drew
gales oT laughTer. John's selecTion - "The GreaT
American SporT". "BeeThoven's MoonlighT SonaTa".
a moving insighT inTo The personaliTy oT The Tamous
composer, was rendered by CynThia LiseTslci as The
closing selecTion oT The program.
Several musical and vocal groups added Their Tal-
enTs To The program, and The Tinal selecTion oT win-
ners by judges ClayTon WaTring oT Cedar CresT
College, ProTessor Thoburn Baker oT Lehigh Univer-
siTy, and Ronald McAdam oT WhiTehall l-ligh School
finished The very enjoyable evening of enTerTain-
page one hundred eighTeen
Our scientists display their talents
Exhibits galore! Where? The eleventh annual Le-
high Valley Science Fair held April IO, I I, I2 at the
Muhlenberg Field I-louse. Our own Mr. Papp headed
-the organization as president. Some lucky winners
went away with S9000 in awards. These students
contributed hours ot work to malce it the largest
and most successtul Lehigh Vailey Science Fair held
A glimpse into the tuture - D. Dranchalc.
The "haII" ot' tame - D. Hall and exhibit.
Honest all I used was water he tooth, the whoIe tooth, and nothing
R GaIgon and hydroponics but the tooth." - L. Moritz,
page one Hundred n neteen
Top nolch llulisl in slale compelilion.
It all depends
On March 29'rh 'rhe halls of 'rhis building absorbed
slrange and melodious offerings. The occasion was
The annual Easlern Pennsylvania Dislricl Music and
Forensic Conlesl. Our school was again honored by
being chosen as +he sile for This evenl. Pupils from
I4 schools parlicipaled in 80 differenl conlesls.
Bringing Tirsl place laurels al Norlhamplon High
were: Bass - Tom Keller, Allo - Helen Jane Wolf:
Girls' Ensernbleg Flule -- Deanna Seller: and 'rwo
We offer our congralulalions lo all 'rhe parlici-
panls who offered Their seleclions in This affair.
Saxophone Sexlel-l. 'ro r.: C. Reph, G. Zarayko, R. Saigon, A. Lubenesky, R. Derlcils, R. Hellelfinger.
Brass Sexlel-l. lo r.: T. Keller, J. Scheifler, A. Zaharchuli, J. Sanlee, R. Hoffman, T. Messenlehner.
page one hundred lwenly
upon the judges
2 ' mv' ,rx
Pal' presenls a Jrrlal run of "Crea'rion" as inslruclors and fellow oralors loolc and llslen.
Glamour galore-Sandy l-lercl and balon.
A blendlng of voices, The Hnkllng of lvories.
Sfandinqz vocal soloisls C. l-less, S. Cowling, l-l. Wolf
Sealed: piano soloisl C. Jones.
page one hundred lwerwfy-one
Reverend Daniel Newharf, an
alumnus of N.l-l.S. wilh 'rhe class of
l938, was lhe speaker on June 3,
when 'rhe graduaiing class of I956
assembled in The Norlhampfon
High School audilorium lo allend
Jrheir commencernenl Vesper Ser-
The following evening +he grad-
uaiinq seniors allended Jrheir din-
As the future
ner dance al rhe Norlhamplon
Wednesday niqhi, June 6, lhe
seniors ended lheir aclivilies wifh
Jrhe presenlafion of fhe 55'rh annual
Comrnencemenl Pageanl, "As Jrhe
Fulure Unfoldsf' Direcfed by Miss
Marion Laubach, fhe en'rire gradi-
ualing class parlicipaled in Jrhe
page one hundred lwenlyelwo
According To TradiTion The page-
anT was wriTTen by The seniors
Themselves. A crysTal-ball gazer
revealed The class members as They
mighT appear in I976.
The seniors Then assembled on
The sTage where RoberT SchaTTer,
presidenT oT The school board, pre-
senTed Them wiTh Their diplomas.
And so closes anoTher chapTer in
The hisTory oT NorTharnpTon l-ligh
School. One hundred and TiTTy-Two
new alumni oT N.l-T.S. began To
unfold Their TuTures.
page one hundred TwenTy-Three
Row lg Borlom-R. Tamandl, S. Sanlee, B. Marchalc, 6. Bennis, J. Jones, L. Siifies, J. Sager, K. Sipos, D. Dornloach, E. Brunner, B. Andrews,
H. Milisils, D. Moll, K. Miller, L. Hrycyszyn.
Row 2: M. Danner, J. Rossi, J. Harharl, N. Messner, J. Wuchler, K. Zellner, J. Bensing, P. Slewarl, B. Wagner, F, Grossbauer, E. Filipovils,
J. Mellsch, R. Moll, G. Newhard.
Row 3: N. Talcacs, S. Smilh, A. Bauer, R. Millenberger, D. Finn, B. l-lilberg, B. Huber, M. Marhellca, P. Feidler, G. Onkofz, M. Schneck,
J. Deiberl, l. Wefzel.
Row 4: J. Kunlzleman, C. Weiss, R. Greener, E. Masai, K. Hobel, N. Bulz, E. Kleppinger, E. Molchany, M. Smilh, D. Lovelace, H. Reph, P.
Reinerl, R. Uhericlc.
Row 5: B. Rickerl, M. Lilly, R. Minnich, D. Rosencranz, R. Kulp, S. l-lifdenbrand, M. Geosils, R. Krayoslcy, A. Hiesland, S. Kepler, J. Schisler,
E. Onchcclr. Miss7ng Anne Babyalc and Madeline Walberl.
Row l: Boflom-E. Tanczos, A. Frilchey, L. Schall, S. Seyer, D. Simmons, R. Phillips, S. Kofch, R. Smiih, M. Hulniclc, 6, Simcoe, J. Regils,
P. Bollman, C. Brownmiller, D. Marsh.
Row 2: R. Rice, R. Pelers, N. 'vVambo, S. Knappenloerger, J. l-landwerk, R. Sullifl, R. Turanchilc, M. Srnilh, D. I-lall, D. Schaeffer, R. Siclconic,
D. Sanfo, D. Thomas.
Row 3: J. Miksils, M. Mafula, J. Groller, W. Derr, N. Rice, S. Remaley, R. Cherry, M. Kunlz, C. Becker, C. Wunderler, D. Barlholomew,
R. Meyers, D. Diehl, L. Bury Jr.
Row 4: F, Mesics, W. Grube, R. Reimer, A. Fox, S. Remaly, E. Gassler, K. Waylen, G. Day, P. Miller, C. Kleinlop, E. Miralcovifs, J. Felix,
R. Naipauer, R. Leslcowich, R. Creyer, B. Ervin, S. Eisenreich, F. l-lanzl, W. Greene Jr., G. Anlhony, D. Minnich, J. Koch.
Row 5: W. Balcer, A. Kunlz, G. Schlosser, R. Dieler, M. Bach, A. l-lenifs, W. Szupper, J. Marx, S. Serensiis, L. George, M. Schlosser, C. Gra-
bariis, A. Fixl, 6. Anlhony, A, Lalcalosh, A. Lolli, E. Weinhofer, D. l-lenninger. Missing P. l-lann.
page one hundred iwenly-four
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Row I: J. Graberifs, C. Moyer, D. Kochenash, L. Breiffeller, F. Marfh, C. Shimer, R. Reimer, C. Hoffman, T. Kneller, R. Luffe, C. Bodnar
Rov 2: Assf. Coach P. Schneider, H. Guss, R. Morey, W. Beidleman, S. Hirschrnan, R. Sodl, E. Lucky, R. Schwencfon, C. Kunfzleman, D. Kuba
J. Miksifs, G. Farkas, R. Herzog, Head Coach A. Erclosy.
ow 3: B. Biery, D. Bahniuk, F. Miksifs, R. Dreisbach, K. Paukovifs, G. Kohler, M. Billy, L. Brownrniller, F. Nernefh, R. Ponfician, J, Pri
D. Tulko, A. Schisler.
Norfhampforfs shorf punf formafion, maneuvered
by a shiffy backfield, helped fhe Konkrefe Kids by-
pass fhe P-burg squad by a 27-7 scorein fhe kickoff
game of fhe l956 season. The pigskin saw plenfy of
acfion wifh Bob Reimer scoring affer a 90-yard
march, followed in quick succession by TD's of Shi-
mer and Hoffman. Playing fo a crowd of 8,000,
Norfhampfon's line execufed precision blocking fo
lead fhe elusive backs foward fhe goal. The Sfafe-
liner's single fally came on a long drive in fhe fhird
guarfer, buf fheir hopes were complefely sguelched
by fhe fouchdowns of bofh Reimer and Kucharzuk
in fhe final period.
The NAJHS gridders charged info league com-
pefifion wifh an eye-opening exhibifion of ball-
handling as fhe Green Hornefs fell vicfims fo an easy
win. The senior backs sfeam-rolled over an enfhu-
siasfic Emmaus line for 409 yards, enough for six
fouchdowns. Affer nine plays Reimer scored fhe
firsf TD: Shimer scored 7 plays lafer. Emmaus's
seven-poinfer came when Ron Brey refurned fhe
kickoff wifh a sparkling 85-yard run. Hoffman and
Kucharzuk sef fhe halffime mark af 27-7, buf fhe
hard-driving Norfhampfon linemen plowed fhrough
fhe Emmaus forward wall, enabling fhe backs fo
score again. The final minufes found fhe Green
Hornefs on fhe Kid's four yard line, buf fhe bucking
line broughf fhe game fo an end. Final score: 40-7.
Seven fouchdowns and fwo infercepfed passes
by Hoffman and Shimer broughf gloom fo numerous
Whifehall fans. The Maroon and Gold played a
faulfy game. buf came across wifh fwo fouchdowns
in fhe fading minufes of fhe confesf on a pass play
and a fumble. "Whiskey" Reirner's PAT broughf
his fofal fo a record 5l poinfs. The I4fh sfraighf
win for NAJHS was decided by a 45-I3 score.
on the field
I957 FOOTBALL SCHEDU LE
27 Phillipsburg 7
40 Emrnaus 7
45 Whirehall I3
68 Slaringron O
38 Palmerion O
47 Lehighion 6
65 Bangor O
39 Siroudsburg 6
3I Carasaugua 6
Siandingz P. Schneider, assisiani' coach: C. Hoffman and F. Mar+h, co-capfains
A. Erdosy, head coach.
Kneeling: R. Reimer and C. Shimer, coecapfains
page one hundred iweniy-seven
Row I: C. Dischinar, T
Klofz, K. Paukovifs, M
Biliy, D. Tuiko, B. Biery
G. Balfz, R. Poniician
D. Marakoviis, M. Gun
far, F. Nemefh.
Row 2: Assf. Coach Wm
Garrefi, J. Marchak, J
Seyer, M. Shirnoslcie, R
Dreisbach, R. Graver, R
Keglovifs, G. Rudelifsch'
J. Priffeo, R. Luiz, R
Derkifs, F. Kremus.
Row 3: W. Ryer, R. Morey
R. Reenock, M. Vedivi+s
F. Miksifs, R. Klipple, D
Hall, D. Bachnick, D. BH
heimer, J. Schneider.
Row 4: R. Meixner, L
Buchman, J. Mesics, G
Lubenesky, F. Michael
R, Shellock, R. Mesics, J
The "KonlcreTe Kids" penT-up scoring punch bursT
iTs bounds Tor IO TD's and 8 RATS as The "SlaTing-
Ton SlaTers" underwenT a drubbing aT SlaTingTon's
VicTory Parlc. EighT NorThampTon players helped
To raise The Tally. Shimer led The parade wiTh Three
TD's, which included a 70-yard run. Scoring in
every period, The "Kids", led by an ouTsTanding
Torward wall, held The "SlaTers" To Two TirsT downs
and only 52 yards gained. Reimer's well-placed
poinT-aTTer-Touchdowns spliT The uprighTs eighT Times
To bring our game To a 68-O ending.
F. lvTarTh, R.
D. Kochenash, R. LuTTe, B. Fiedler, R. Herzog, H. Guss.
The orange and blaclc powerhouse proved iTselT
in Top Torm by clipping The wings oT The PalmerTon
Blue Bombers on The Wolf Field. Charles Shimer
and Bob Reimer paced The NorTham Ton aTTaclc
wiTh six Touchdowns beTween Them - Tbur by Shi-
mer and Two by Reimer. Scoring in every period,
Coach Erdosy's boys rolled up a 26-O score by halT-
Time. Trom Bob Reimer's 85-yard lciclcoTT reTurn To
l-loTTman's pass To Marv WrighT. In The lasT quar-
Ter, The game was a "Typical" KonlcreTe Kid exhi-
biTion ending in a 58-O score.
M. WrighT, L. BreiTTeller, C. Bodnar, C. Moyer, T. Kneller,
The rambuncTious KonlcreTe Kids compleTely over-
whelmed The l.ehighTon Indians on Their home Tield
wiTh a crushing ground aTTaclc ThaT neTTecl 442 yards.
To sTarT The chain reacTion oT Touchdowns, Shimer
bolTed across The goal line on The TirsT play OT The
game. Tollowed by l'loTTman, Reimer, and again
Shimer To bring The halT-Time score To 4O-O. Knell-
er's power drives seT up NorThampTon's lasT TD,
scored on a plunge by Kuharczulc. LehighTon's TuTile
aerial aTTempTs broughl' Their lone score in The lasT
quarTer when indian back, l-loTTord, Tossed To Ernie
ChrisTman in The end zone. NorThampTon's sixTh
sTraigh+ vicTory ended wiTh a 47-6 score.
Reimer, C. Shimer, C. HoTTman, R, Kucharzuk.
page one hundred TwenTy-eighT
AnoTher game, anoTher record, and anoTher win
Tor The unbeaTable KonlcreTe Kids as Bangor High
underwenT a 65-O seTbaclc aT The SlaTer's Memorial
Park. A new scoring marlc oT 26l was reached by
halT back, Bob Reimer, aTTer compleTing Three Touch-
downs. The ouTclassed Bangor eleven could noT
halT The march oT The pigslcin in The hands oT The
NorThampTon bacl4Tield whose scoring eTTorTs paid
oTT in Tive TirsT-halT TD's. WiTh precision Torm The
linemen opened The paTh and The NorThampTon
goal resembled Grand CenTral STaTion. Three more
scores, Two in The Third and one in The Tinal period,
ended The rouT Tor The CemenT-Boro lads.
NorThampTon l-ligh boosTed iTs perTecT record b
branding STroudsburg wiTh a 39-6 deTeaT. WITB
Three Touchdowns Shimer seT a new school record
oT I8 goal line excursions. The Kids marched 55
yards The TirsT Time They had The ball, and Shimer
plunged Trom The Tive Tor The TirsT TD. SevenTy
Tive yards laTer Hoffman wenT over Tollowed by
Reimer on a 50-yard run. The Poconos' only mo-
menT oT glory came on an 85-yard lcickoTT reTurn
by EveriTT. The second halT broughT drives, inTer-
cepTions, and more black and orange Touchdowns
as Kuharczulc and Shimer seTTled The score wiTh The
Two Tinal TD's.
HoTTman OTT To pay dirT as Kucharczuk clears way aT Bangor.
RoberT Reimer carries pigslcin and CaTTy player.
The whole Emmaus ll aTTer RoberT Reimer.
CaTTy and NorThampTon players, "Come do
To earTh," aT Muhlenberg Field.
Snow, psychology, and The Torce oT The CaTTy
Rough Riders was noT enough To sTop The mighT oT
The KonlcreTe Kids as NorThampTon clinched .iTs sec-
ond consecuTive unbeaTen season by a 3l-6 score.
A blocked punT, converTed inTo paydirT by Shimer,
gave NAJHS an early lead. Shirner sorced again
in The second period wiTh a Tour-yard run, buT CaTa-
sauqua l4epT in scoring disTance wiTh a TD on a pass
play Trom STeclcel To l-lilT. l-loTTrnan and Kucharzulc
sparlced The second half drives which senT Reimer
and l"loTTman over The goal line Tor TD's. ln The
lasT period The Blaclc and Orange line opened The
way Tor MarTh To cross The end zone and close The
I956 Turlcey Day game and TooTball season in
NorThampTon. ln a posT-game period Coach Erdo-
sy received a new car as a well-earned giTT Trom
page one hundred TwenTy--nine
Beat the clock
Kneeling: G. Ballz, L. Breilleller.
Row I: Coach l-l. Wall, T. Keller, G. Barlholomew, J. Spanilz, R. Sanlo, l.. Suller, C. Kunlzleman.
Row 2: R. Fehnel, R. Gougher, J. Recker, F. Hellellinger, C. Sleller, M. Billy, F. lvlarlh.
Sanlo gels a new lwisl lrorn Belhlehem opponenl.
Spanils applies a key lock lo Belhlehem man.
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A prospeclive season greeled our NAJHS "bone-
benders" and a look inlo lhe cryslal ball would have
showed our malmen ending league play in second
place wilh a record ol nine wins and lhree losses.
The loss ol len yarsily wresllers lailed lo slow' down
menlor Harry Wall's young cohorls. Early season
records showed lhal lhe slarling "I l" was a polenl
Veleran-laden P-lourg pinned ils hopes in lhe
league-opening malch bul lhe Kids look home a
28-I6 yiclory. Soulhern l.ehigh's "green" leam lol-
lowed in like manner by undergoing a 49-O while-
Nexl came lhe Allenlown Canaries who, aller a
lense nighl on lhe canvas, won b a 28-25 nod.
Joe Recker slrelched his number olileague pins lo
I7, while Suller, Breilleller and l-lellellinger re-
mained unbealen. Traveling lo Belhlehem, lhe mal-
men rebounded inlo lhe winning column wilh a
The Easlon "Red Rovers" could nol hall lhe im-
proving NAJHS grapplers and losl by a score ol
Us N121 f. sf ,J
Mad scramble lor a pin.
to pin your man
27-2i. The blaclc and orange squad. led by co-
capTains BreiTTeIIer and SanTo, made The record
Tive Tor six by shading NazareTh 4I-IO.
For Their second meeTing oT The year, The P'burg
"I I" was decisioned inTo submission and IosT by a
38-I6 score. Records Tell, and The KonlcreTe Kids
had a Tield day by beaTing SouThern Lehigh 60-O.
The lineups looked good and an upseT was in The
making. buT AIIenTown rallied in The heavyweighT
divisions and sTormed baclc To Take a 23-I7 vicTory.
Joe Reclcer sTreTched his pinning sTreak To 24: I-Iefr
Telfinger and BreiTTeIIer remained unbeaTen. NexT
visiTing BeThIehem surprised The Kids and overcame
blaclc and orange resisTance before damage could
be done. NAJI-IS won only Three bouTs and IosT
The maTch 26-9.
EasTon and NazareTh were again IoeaTen in IaTer
bouTs. The big evenT oT The year was The DisTricT
XI meeTs. While NAJFIS came TourTh in Team
placernenT. iT did enTer Three boys in TirsT place
posiTions, Len BreiTTeIIer, I-IeTTeITinger, and SchaTTer.
ITIe'TTeITinger was IaTer deTeaTed in The STaTe semi-
SuTTer believes in rock 'n roll.
I957 WRESTLING SCHEDULE
Dec Phillipsburg I6
Dec SouTh. Lehigh O
Dec AIIenTown 28
Jan. BeThIehem I8
Jan. EasTon 2I
Jan. NazareTh IO
Jan. Phillipsburg I6
Jan. SouTh. Lehigh O
Jan. AIIenTown 23
Feb. BeThlehem 26
Feb. EasTon I2
Mar. I-Iill School IO
Feb. NazareTh O
BarThoIomew goes head over heels
Standing: IVI. GonTav, T. Chuss, D. Fry, D. Vogel, M. Chuss, assisTanT coac
Kneeling: R. Boen, I. Rissmiller, R. STroh, R. ToTh, R. SiITies.
Sealed: D. Micio, B. Kremus, D. Ivlicio, A. WrigTiT, J. Genovese
page one hundred ThirTy-one
Around the rim
Row I: R. Anfhony, J. LegaTh, O. Kochan.
Row 2: C. Shimer, co-capTain: J. MilcsiTs. J. SuTo, J. Crowell, P. Ridgely.
Row 3: G. Kellner, W. Hucalulc, L. Ludwig, H. Guss, C. Hoffman, co-capfainq Coach P. Schneider.
Rea ch, boys, rea ch l
- Hoffman makes a Try.
Following early season predicTions, our varsiTy
baslceTeers came Through To provide anoTher season
of chills and Thrills for our baslceTball fans. Coach
PeTe Schneider had his hands Tull wiTh The loss of
four seniors buT Shimer, Guss. Hoffman, Hucalulc,
SuTo. and MilcsiTs apTly filled Their sneakers.
STarTing The season in an exhibifion game againsT
Parkland. The KonlcreTe Kids losT To The Trojans by
a score of 74 To 53, buT made The scoreboard even
wifh a 76 To 58 win over The Coplay Wildcafs.
WiTh Walf Hucaluk seTTing The early season
pace, our Team Travelled To Phillipsburg and won a
hard foughf duel by a score of 60 To 47. ln anoTher
ouT-of-Town exhibiTion we losT To Founfain Hill 43-56.
Behind The brillianT rebounding of Hoffman and
Guss The NAJHS quinTeT bounced The LehighTon
indians from The ranlcs of The unbeaTen by a 54-32
league-opening vicTory. The visiTing STroudsburg
lviounTainmen were subdued in similar fashion by a
Cn The road again The black and orange losT To
a surprisingly good Emmaus Team, 46-37, buT re-
gained Their Touch by Toppling The WhiTehall Ze-
phyrs wi+h a 65-53 score. Wal+ Hucalulc, Herb
All hands -- Kelner and Ludwig gef ThaT ball.
' page one hundred ThirTy-Two
A Two-way sTreTch.
Guss and Charlie Shimer led The scoring wiTh T8, I6,
and I5 poinTs. ConTrolling The baclcboarcls, HOTT-
man and Guss puT The damper on a sTubborn 5laT-
ingTon Team by a score oT 65 To 53.
WiTh high hopes and a good record To baclc
Them. The KonlcreTe hoopsTers prepared To meeT The
undeTeaTed PalmerTon Blue Bombers in our iam-
packed gym, buT lvlllcvy's 25 poinTs and The deadly
Tree Throws of The bombers senT NorThampTon inTo
a hearTbrealcing 45-43 deTeaT. NexT. Shimer and
l'lucaluk Teamed up Tor an inside-ouTside oTTense
and shook CaTasauqua Tor 33 poinTs in The 3rd per-
iod and gave NAJH5 an 83-66 vicTory. Guss'
baclcboard monopoly provided The necessary clinch-
er which allowed our reserves To Tinish The game.
STarTing The second half wiTh a bang, The NorTh-
ampTon Tive easily deTeaTed The LehighTon Team
67 To 52 on our home courT. Taking advanTage oT
shorT-handed STroudsburg, The Kids belfed The Po-
conos 70-52 wiTh Tour oT our sTarTers hiTTing double
figures in The scoring column.
Following Their winning ways The cagers avenged
Their early-season loss by sTinging The Emmaus hor-
neTs 65-4l. Hucalulc remained high man wiTh 20
2' ..N' 'A.E. u.nU1-
Row I: J. IvlarTon, J. Ivlarchak, J. Schneider.
Row 2: S. Gasper, T. Herman, S. I-Iirshman, D. Kuba, G. Koeher, D. Bilheirner.
Row 3: F. MiksiTs, I-, Brownmiller, W. Beidleman, R. Uherchik, J. Wagner, T. KloTz, 5. PonTician
Coach L, Seiger.
A big IeTdown was in sTore Tor The Kids as The
WhiTehaII Team displayed accuraTe shooTing and
good ball-handling To deTeaT us by a 60 To 47
score. Tuning up Tor The big game, The red-hoT
hoopsTers led by Guss's 20 poinTs and I-IoTTman's
Top-noTch rebounding, Took SlaTingTon over The
coals and ended wiTh a 70-63 vicTory.
The black and orange quinTeT was one OT The IasT
breakers in The paTh oT PaImerTon's march Tor The
crown and The boys were deTermined To sTop Them,
buT The Bomber's TirsT-haIT scoring bursTs proved To
I956-57 VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
December 4 53 Parkland 74
" 7 76 Coplay 58
" I I 43 I:ounTain Hill 56
I4 ao Phillipsbuig 47
" I9 46 BeThlehem CaTholic 48
January 4 54 LehighTon 32
" 8 65 STroudsburg 50
" II 37 Emmaus 46
I5 65 VVhiTehall 53
I8 65 SIaTingTon 53
22 43 Palr'nerTon 45
" 25 83 CaTasauqua 66
February 5 70 STroudsburg 52
" 8 65 Emmaus 4I
I2 47 WhiTehalI 60
I5 70 5laTingTon 63
I9 67 PalmerTon 8I
22 74 CaTasauqua 77
24 67 Lemmon 52
Won -- II LosT - 8
be Their winning margin. An unusual PalmerTon
deTense succeeded in holding our scorers Through-
ouT The game, buT The Kids pulled up wiThin IO poinTs
in The closing minuTes of The game. The Tinal score
sTood aT 8l To 67.
Unable To geT back inTo The groove, The cagers
could noT overcome The roughriders OT CaTTy. Ivlik-
siTs, Shimer, and I'!oTTman kepT NI-IS in The close,
dispuTed game wiTh Their deadly shooTing, buT a
Technical Toul ended IT by a 77 To 74 score.
I956-57 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
December 4 5I Parkland 62
" 7 37 Coplay 49
" II 57 FounTain Hill 53
I4 68 Phillipsburg 59
" I9 59 BeThIehem CaThoIic 47
January 4 47 LehighTon 53
" 8 72 STroudsburg 37
" I I 45 Emmaus 46
I5 60 WhiTehalI 5l
I8 54 SlaTingTon 36
22 60 PaImerTon 75
" 25 85 Calrasaugua 60
February 5 78 5Troudsburg 60
" 8 58 Emmaus 55
'I I2 52 WhiTehalI 59
I5 6I SIaTingTon 58
I9 76 PalmerTon 79
22 50 CaTasauqua 75
24 69 LehighTon 39
Won - ll LosT - 8
page one hundred ThirTyfIour
Sta r-studded diamonds
Row lr W. Beidleman, R. Kucharczuk, C. Hoffman, R. Fehnel, R. Reimer, R. SanTo, C. Shimer.
Row 2: 6. Kohler, S. Koch, R. Schwenden, M. Chuss, D. Vogel, l.. Shamonski, J. SchaTTer.
Row 3: L. Brownmiller, J. Marchak, R. Bowen, J. Tanzos, R. Tanzos, R. Werner, Coach M. l.iseTski.
Row 4: J. PeTko, W. Oplinger, O. Kochan, M. VedoviTs, F. NemeTh, G. Baliz.
AT The sound of The dismissal bell, sporTs-minded
sTudenTs Tollowed The crowd and walked down To
WolT field To wiTness anoTher Tine exhibiTion oT base-
ball skill and power hiTTing. WiTh Coach "Mike"
LiseTski aT The helm, our NAJI-TS Diamond Dynamos
warmed up before Taking The Tield againsT anoTher
capable Toe. PiTching was The weakesT poinT in The
baTTery, and HoTTman, Chuss, and Shimonsky did
Their besT To make up Tor iT. Coming To baT were
our power-hiTTing inTielders - Kucharzuk, Fehnel,
Reimer, and SanTo. Backed by ouTTielolers Beidle-
man, SchwecTen, and Tanzos These Sluggers baTTed
The opposiTion Tor 24 runs in The TirsT Two games.
Behind HoTTman's homer and SanTo's double The
KonkreTe Kids hammered Parkland I4-I. CaTcher
Charlie Shimer baTTed in a run, and Kucharczuk
Tripied as Mike Chuss won his TirsT game againsl'
All ThaT goes up musT come down,
caTcher Shimer recalls.
Spring brings ouT our baseball players for Training
Carrying' on the olympic tradition
,T f ri- '
Row I: D. Dranchalc, R. STroh, D, Frey, J. Reise, l. Rissmiller, R. Galgon, A. Schisler, S. Gasper.
Row 2: Coach GarreTT, R. l.uTTe, H. Guss, B. Laub, J. Topfer, E. l-leisler, R. Minnich, G. Zaraylco,
R. Ta rnow.
Row 3: T. Chuss, C. Moyer, G. Farkas, A. Chernaras, R. Gougher, J. Spani'l'z, G. l-laydT, l., Werk-
heiser, R. Spengler.
Row 4: W. Hucaluk, F. lv1arTh. D. Kochenash, C. KunTzleman, G. Kellner, D. Kuba, A. Shellock,
Row 5: J. KleinschusTer, M. Hills, T. KloTz, R. KegloviTs, E. Johnson, R. DerkiTs, J. LuTTe, J. Wagner.
R. Mesics, R. SilTies, R. Genovese.
WiTh a splash OT cinders and The shoT oT a. pisTol
The I957 season began Tor our pace-seTTing Track-
sTers. Defending The league championship didn'T
prove Too hard alThough ouTdoor pracTice sessions
were lirniTed because oT The usual inclemenT spring
weaTher. ln Their TirsT showing, The Black and
Orange cindermen ioITed LehighTon by a score OT
63-32. Rolling up seven TirsT places, The veTeran
speedsTers ran oTT wiTh all buT one oT The running
evenTs. Charles KunTzleman was a double winner
in The dashes, and l-lerb Guss posTed Two places in
The Tield evenTs. MenTor GarreTT has rounded ouT
The Team wiTh leTTermen l-lucalulf, MarTh, LuTTe.
Kochenash, Gougher, and Zarayko who have apTly
gualiTied Tor Team posiTions in shoTpuT, discus, broad
jump, and high iurnp. In The sprinTing evenTs our
relay Team lGougher, MarTh, Chuss, and KunTzle-
manl led The league in Their prospecTive Tields.
Ivlinniclq, Kellner, and Chuss Tilled in Tor The iunior
class as The season progressed.
l-'lucalulc Tries wiTh all his mighT.
Guss Tries Tor disTorz:e in a broad iump eTTorT
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Firsl' Naiional Bank of Ba+h R. 8, 5. prin-le,-5
Jolmls Siucllo Rainbow Arena - Eclgemon+ Park
Kemmefer PGP'-9" C0mPanY Sanclers-Reinharcll' Co.
KeyS'l'0I'le POI"l'lahd Cemenl' CO. Universal Al-lag Cemenl' CQ,
Lehigh Valley Dairy Universal Panls Co., Inc.
Newhard's Drug S'rore
Three Star Donations
The Cemen+ Naiional Bank
Dairyland Teen-Age Cen+er
Joseph L. Fischl, Disl., Barh, Pa.
Kornfeincl's Meal Markel
Norlhamplon and Baih Railroad Co.
P8zM Modern Plumbing 8: Healing
p g one hundred lhirly- g 'r
BUSINESS, PROFESSIONAL, AND SERVICE CLUBS
Two Star Donations
A8:P Tea Company H. A. Miller 81 Sons
Ace Holel Bar 8: Supply, Inc. M. G. Miller, M.D.
Ackerman Chevrolel Russell S. Moyer
Alliance Sand Company Newhard Funeral Home
Barry's AuI'o Supplies Norlhampron Home Furnishers
George C. Brong, M.D. Norlhamplon Lumber Company
Crossroads Mobile Home Cenler Pennsville Holel
Dr. Harold E. EvereH' Joseph N. Pusfai, MD.
Genner Brofhers Company, Ba+h, Pa. Qualify Service Slalion
Warren L. Henning, General Hauling Roberl Rabenold, Plumbing and Healing
Johnny's Gulf Service Roxy Thealre
Jones Esso S'ra+ion Schisler Funeral Home
H. W. Kocher John Sipos Excavaling
Kruper Bros. Appliances Marlin Smilh Garage
Lehigh Valley Sporling Goods C. E. S+ahIey's Garage, Bafh, Pa.
Leniz Molor Co., Inc. William J. Swallow Funeral Home
Lerch Service S+aI'ion Williams S'Iudio
Lerner's Depl. Slore, Inc. Geo. C. Wi'H' 8: Sons
Miller Bros. Zimmy's Sinclair Service
One Star Donations
AKG Meal' Marlcel' Bre'rz Cleaners
Allen House Dr. and Mrs. Rollin Brior
American Ho'I'el AH'orney and Mrs. Jerome W. Burkepile, Jr.
Amey's Service SI'a+ion CaroIine's Beauly Shoppe
H. E. Barlholomew Chapman Quarries Rod and Gun Club
R. H. Barlholomew Chapman Slale Corporalion
Ba'I'h Hardware Chip's Lunch
Balh Holel Mike Chris'I'o'H, Beer DisI'.
Balh Service S+a+ion Clyde Shiri' Co.
BenneH"s TV CoIeman's Dep'I'. S+ore
Bensing Funeral Home Irving Coleman, Esq.
AH'orney George Berg Crusaders Car Club
Blue Lanlern Drive Inn Dal Pezzo S'I'ealc House
Blue Mounlain Res'I' Danny's A'I'lan'I'ic Service SI'a'I'ion
Bob's Flower Shop Dave's LuncheoneH'e
page one hundred lhirly-nine
BUSINESS, PROFESSIONAL, AND SERVICE CLUBS
Cne Star Donations fconfdj
F. A. DeChrisfopher
Deppe 84 Hall
Harold Doffer, Insurance
Dreher's Radio 84 TV
Dr. Wallace G. Drumheller
L. Eberhardf 8: J. Mazur
Eberhardf's Economy Markef
Ebner's Cuf Rafe
Anfon Erdosy's Dry Cleaning and Repair
Henry S. Ersche-n, Bus Transporfafion 8: Excavafing
Walfer E. Effwein, Plumbing
Dr. Arfhur L. Feldman
Fella Sfudio Phofographers 81 Camera Sfores
Fens'I'y's Aflanfic Service
Firs'I' Ward Fire Co.
Gravely Tracfor Agency
F. S. Graver, Piano Tuning
Ru'I'h L. Hall's Beauf Sho
Harly Boffling Co., Inc. Y ppe
George Henninger and Son
Herd Mobile Homes, Inc.
Hilda's Beaufy Salon
Sue E. Hoffman
Howell News Agency
Dr. and Mrs. George Hrishko
J. C. Hu'Herer's Texaco Service
Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Hvazda
Irene's Beaufy Shoppee
Alberf Karc, Aufo Parfs
Kish's Mobil Service, Bafh, Pa.
Klecknersville Service Sfafion
Franklin A. Kocher
Kornfeind's Bar 8: Grill
Bob Kosc Trading Posf
Afforney Russell Kowalyshyn
Kozero Amoco Service
Walfer Lahufa Ornamenfal Iron Works
Howard H. Laubach
page one hundre
Main Sfreef Supply
Nafional Finance Company
J. J. Newberry
Norfhampfon Floral Shop
Norfhampfon VFW Posf 47I4
Norfhampfon Business 81 Professional Women's Club
Norfhampfon Quofa Club
John Onuschak 8: Son, Beverage Disf.
Dr. and Mrs. Sidney B. Parmef
Pefroka's Grocery Sfore
Dr. and Mrs. Pefruccelli
Poinf Phillips Sfore
Regal 81 Blum Jewelers
Reifz Jewelry Sfore
George A. Repperf's Garage
Rofh Bros. Inc.
J. S. Reinisch Insurance Agency
Dr. W. H. Richards, D.D.S.
Sacks Sales 8: Service
Joseph and Maria Seier
Russel Seip, Trucking
Curfis A. Selfzer, Sr.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Sieger
Joseph F. Simcoe, Beer Disf.
Frank Sipos Trucking
Roscoe P. Snyder, Insurance
Swallow Funeral Home
Trach Plumbing and Elecfric
2Isf Sfreef Clofhing
Umsfead's Gulf Service
VaIo's Shell Service Sfafion, Bafh, Pa.
Vince Aufo Sales
Weber 81 Fleck
VVisner's Esso Sfafion
Dr. and Mrs. Norman A. Zevin
Mr. and Mrs. Allen L. Abel
Alpha Tri-Hi-Y '57
Mr. and Mrs. George Amey, Jr.
Amptennian Sales Cham s l24
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Andciews
. and Mrs. Harold Angeney
. and Mrs. Mark Anthony
Richard Anthony '59
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anthony
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Anthony
Stan "Newt" Anthony '57
Arlene and Leo
Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Bachman
Bill Baker '56
Roland Bamtord '55
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bankowski
Anna and Shirley Barna
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bauer
Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer
Mrs. Ray T. Beck
Mr. and Mrs. William Beck
Carl Becker '56
Rosa and Lester Becker
Mrs. Stephen Dogmanlts
Walter C. Donovan
Mrs. Leon Dreher
s Catherine A. Druckenmiller
. and Mrs. Francis Eberly
. and Mrs. Allen Eberts
ris Ann Edelman
Mr. . '
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer T. Dilliard
Mr d '
Mrs. Mary Eickhoff
Nelson L. Engle '56
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Erschen
Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Eslinger
Mr. and Mrs. John Falman
Mr. and Mrs. John Fandl
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fatzinger
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Faustner
Al and Betty Fedko
Claudia and Mary Ellen Fedko
John T. Fedko
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin N. Fegely
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fehnel
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fehnel
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Feidler
John Fiedor, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Russell C. Becker
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beers
Dale W. Beh
A. S. Bennett
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Benninger
Mr. and Mrs
. Delbert Bennlnger
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth O. Benninger
Miss Jean Berger '55
r ' Ber er
Lor anne 9
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beslanovits
Beverly and Earl
Carl S. Bickert
Mr. and Mrs. Ed ar Biery
Mr. and Mrs. K. Bilheimer
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Binder
Mr. and Mrs. Philip D. Bollman
Mr. and Mrs. John Borbacs
Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Borda
Amelia R. Brinker
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Fields
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ffnelli
Mrs. Susan Florey
Jean Flick '54
Mr. and Mrs. John V. Fodor
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fogel
Mrs. Charles R. Fox
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fox
David C. Frederic
Mrs. Hettie Frederick
Mr. and Mrs. Lester D. Frederick
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Frederick
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Frederick
Mrs. John Frisch
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Fritzinger
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fruman
Mrs. Sallie Frye
Gabby and Elaine
Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Gabel
Mr. and Mrs, Alvin Gardner
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heffeltinger
Mr. Frank Heftner
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heist
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Helfrich
Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Heller
Bob Henninger '54
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Henninger
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Henry
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hess
Mr. Martin Hess
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hess
Mr. and Mrs. Preston O. Hess
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hilberg
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hirschman
Helen Hlatky '58
Mr. and Mrs. David Hoffman
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Hoffman
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Holland
Mr. and Mrs. John Hottle
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Houser
Mrs. Jessie Howell
Betty Huber '56
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Huber
Mr. and Mrs. William Huber
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hufh
Mr. and Mrs, William Jandrasits
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jandriesevits
Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Jones, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jones
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph F. Keefer
Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Keller '57
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert E. Kern
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Kern
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond E. Kern
Donald Brown A.H.S. '55
Miss Minnie A. Kibler
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brown
Mr. and Mrs. George Bryfogle
Dr. Edward J. Budihaus
Frederick Gottlieb Buehler '
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burianlc
Miss Lena Chapman
Bob Cherry '56
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Christman
r nd Mrs Norman Christman
M . a .
. and Mrs.
Mi. and Mrs. Stelwyn Coyle
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Crayosky
Mr. and Mrs
. Bert Czensits
Mr. and Mrs. William Garrett
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Gasper
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert E. Geiger
Mr. and Mrs. William Geiger
Mr. John George
Mr. and Mrs. Barthol L. Gilbert
Ginny and John H.
Mr. James Godiska
Miss Phyllis Gogel
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gougher
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Graver
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Green
Gloria M. Greene
Ruth Greener '56
Francis Grossbauer '56
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm O. Grow
Earl M. Haas
Mr. and Mrs. William Haberern
Robert S. Kincaid, Jr.
and Mrs. Joseph P. Kirchkesner
and Mrs. James Kish
Mrs. Anna Kiss
and Mrs. Rudolph Klein
and Mrs. Melvin Kleppinger
Dallas Danner '57
Dave and Nancy
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Dech
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dech
Ruthann Dech '58
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Deibert
Reverend and Mrs. Deibert
Mrs. Thomas Deibert
Mrs. Vance Deibert
Mrs. Burton Deichman
Mrs. Alex DeLucia
. and Mrs. Gerald Demko
. and Mrs. Michael Demko
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Demko
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Deppe
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Derhammer
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Diehl
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haines
Mr. Edward Haines
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Haines
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Hall
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hall
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hallman
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Handwerk
Mr and Mrs. Evan J. Hankee
Rev. and Mrs. Herbert P. Hartman
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hartzeli
Mr. and Mrs. Kermit O. Hartzell
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hartzell
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hauke
Mr. and Mrs. Will'am Haydt
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heberling
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Heckman
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heftelfinger
Doris Hetfelfinger '56
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hetfelfinger
page one hundred forty-one
Rev. and Mrs. Roy H. Klingman
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kneas
Mr. and Mrs. John Koch
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kochenash
Mr. and Mrs. Granville Koehler
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Koehler
Miss Sandra Koehler
Mr. and Mrs. Russel Kohler
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kopfer
Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Koseman
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kosman
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kowalyshyn
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Kozero
Rosemarie Krayoslry '56
Mrs. Michael Kraynick
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt P. Kresge
Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Kroboth
William Kucharczuk, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. William Kucharczuk
Miss Luella Kuhns
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kurtz
Mr. Walter Kutzler
Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Laub
Mr. and Mrs. lra Laub
Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Laub
Mr. and Mrs. Asher A. Laubach
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Laubach
Mr. Clarence Leibensperger
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lentz
and Mrs. Howard Lerch
Mr. Martin Lesher
Roger Licini C.H.S. '56
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Lindenmoyer
. and Mrs. Harvey Livengood
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Loch
. and Mrs.
Donna Rae Lovelace
Mr. and Mrs. M.ke Madea
Mr. and Mrs. William Mann
Miss Berdell Marchak
Mr. and Mrs. James Mark
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin O. Marsh, Sr.
Luther Marsh '54
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Marsh
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marth
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mauser
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meltsch
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Mertz
Mr. Paul Messina
Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Meyer
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Michael
Mr. John Micio
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Miksits
Mr. George Milander
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Milander
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Miletics
Mr. and Mrs. John Miletics
Mr. and Mrs.
Al Miller '54
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred F. Miller
Mrs. Arlene Miller
Mr. and Mrs. George Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Miller
Patricia Miller '57
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Miner
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mizgerd
Lillian and Teresa Mizgerd
Mr. and Mrs. William Mizgerd
Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Mohrey, Jr.
Priscilla Molchany, C.C.H.S. '57
Mr. and Mrs. John Molnar
Mr. and Mrs. William Mondschein
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mooney
Mr. and Mrs. William Mooney
Mr. Charles Moore
Rev. and Mrs. Clarence C. Moore
Mr. and Mrs. William Morety
Margaret O. Morgon
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morgon
Dr. and Mrs. Charles F. Moritz
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moyer
Grace E. Moyer
Mr. and Mrs. John Mulasits
Mr. and Mrs. John Musseman
Mr. Andrew Nachesty N
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Nachesty
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newhard
Mr. and Mrs. George Newhard
Ned Newhard '55
Mr. and Mrs. John Nissely
Mr. and Mrs. George O'Brien
Elizabeth Oncheck '56
John Onuschak and Son
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Oplinger
Gerald Overcash '39
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Paley
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peckitt
Miss Esther Peters
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Petko
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Petrucelli
Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips
Phyllis and Sonny
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pratorious
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rau
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Raubenhold
Mrs. Margaret Rayden
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Recker
Rev. John H. Reese
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Rehrig
Mr. and Mrs. lrkie Rehrig
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Reimer
Miss Janice M. Reinhard
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Reinhard, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reiter
Ralph H. Reph
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reppert
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ribakosky
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Rice
Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Rice
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rieqel, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. James Rinker
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rinker
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ritter
Miss Anna Royer
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ruch
Oneida Ruch 'Sl
Mr. and Mrs. William Ruch
Mr. and Mrs. George Rupinski
Mr. William J. Ruth
Connie Sager '54
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Salter
Mrs. Thelma Santee
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Santo
Mr. and Mrs. Alex F. Saras
Barbara Ann Saylor '52
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schadler
Mr. Earl G. Schafer
Eva M. Schafer
Mr. and Mrs. Schaffer
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Scheffler
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scheffler
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schell
Anna Schmidt C.C.H.S.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Schneck
Catherine A. Scholl
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schubert
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schwartz
Mr. and Mrs. John Sencebach
Pearl Sepman '38
Roger E. Seremula '55
Mr and Mrs William Serenesits
Miss Renee D. Shellhamer
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Shimnskie
Mr. and Mrs George Shingler
Mrs. Hazel Shoemaker
Mr. Shuck and the Roxy League
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Siegfried
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Silfies
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Silfies
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Silfies
Mr. Heber Silfies
Mr. and Mrs. Ravrnond Silfies
Mr. and Mrs. William Silfies
Mr. and Mrs. Anto Silvious
and Mrs. Julius Simcoe
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sipos
Kathleen Sipos '56
Margie Sipos '57
page one hundred torty-two
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Skrapits
Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Skweir
Michael Smallen Family
Mr. and Mrs. Clark P. Smith
Diane N. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. James Smith
Judy Smith '58
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith
Rodney Smith '56
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Eugene Snyder
Mr. and Mrs.
. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.. Elias Spengler
Mr. and Mrs. George Spengler
Mr. and Mrs. R. Gordon Sp.tko
Mr. and Mrs. John Stangl
Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Sterany
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Steier
Mrs. Bertha Stimpfl
Stephen Stanley Stimpfl
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stroh
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stuber
Mr. and Mrs. John Sutter
Mr. and Mrs. James Szakaly, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. James Szakaly. Jr.
Joseph and Stefani Szerenits
Mrs. Stephen Szilagyi
Mrs. Lucy Tanzosh
Mr. Matt Tanzosh
Marilyn Taras '55
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Taras
Mr. Andy Temos
Joseph P. Tito
Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Trach
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Troxell
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Uherick
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Urban
Mr. and Mrs. John Valkovec
Mrs. Letha Vandegrift
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Wagner
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Rae Marie W
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wahl
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Harold Warnke
Mrs. Harry F. Weaver
Miss L. Weed
Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Weiss
Al Weitknecht '47
Mr. and Mrs. Albert West
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur West
Mr. and Mrs. Earle D. Whfte
Pat Wlttman 'Sl
Mr. and Mrs. Luke Woltel
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wonderly
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wuchter
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wunderler
Mr. and Mrs. John Yanders, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. John Yanders, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Yandrischovitz
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yost
Miss Theresa Yost
Mr. and Mrs. William Yost
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Zader, Sr.
Catherine Zakos '55
Mr. and Mrs. William Zakos
Mr. and Mrs. W. Zarayko
Richard Ziatyk '54
Mr. Bruce Zimmerman
Well, here we are ai' ine end of my year. Excl?-
ing, wasn'+ ii? Going back is a pleasanf Jrask when
so many wonderfui memories are 'rlnere +o greef you.
Bulr now, if is Jrime for me +0 say goodbye +o all
of you by closing The cover on Hwe Ampiennian -
my digeslr of happenings and even+s in I956-57.
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