Northampton Area High School - Amptennian Yearbook (Northampton, PA)

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BUTTERFLIES It is time to break out of our sheltered cocoons Spun of warmth and of friends and of laughter. In our youth we've been fed and been preached to and taught To prepare for a harsher world after. We have clung to the warmth, yet we've struggled inside, Beating weakly against the enclosure, Not yet quite strong enough for our soft wings to risk The grave danger of early exposure. Now we burst forth in our dazzling array, So bright-colored with hopes and ideals. ln adulthood we'll not lie or murder or steal, But will make our utopia real. - -Joan Krock THE AMPTENNIAN 1915-1965 5? OAR ,pq Q1 f 3 MJ? wiv '4' 1 , A -7 0 E7 , Wh V I E N 5 'i ,ix LN ' yt, ,. 1 . X- i n Y , , , 4 Wm F1153 Ma ' S' CLASS OF 1915 ln cap and gown, The founders of our yearbook are depicfed above, from lefT: Clarence Sloffer, Anna Laubach, Edwin Hess, Pearl Lesher, Elmer Shafer, row 15 Edith Neiman, Jacob Koslovsky, Helen Behringer, Harold Shoemaker, Pearl Solf, J. Fred Kline, row 27 Edwin Deiley, Mar- garei Kanyock, John Kocher, Grace l-auer, Raymond Solf, row 3, Jennie Hess, William Sfrauss, Evelyn Leibengufh, Samuel Keck, Rufh Young, and Clayton Spangler, row 4. P92 The AMPTENNIAN for 196 5 Volume LI Published by The Senior Class of The NorThampTon Area Senior High School in NorThampTon, Pennsylvania DEDICATION To The members of The Class of l9l5, picTured on The preceding page, whose wisdom and ToresighT were responsible for creaTing noT merely a yearbook, buT a chronicle which has come To be a valuable vehicle for recording daTa for posTeriTy, as well as a cherished TradiTion, This fifTy-TirsT ediTion of The Amptennian is respecTfully dedicaTed. P93 FOREWORD Upon learning that the first issue of the Amptennian was published in 1915 and that the current edition marked fifty years of continuous production, it was the unanimous decision of our classmates that our theme should commemorate this golden anniversary. We of the staff were very happy about this choice since the opportunity to pursue a theme such as this occurs only once in a lifetime. In keeping, therefore, we have endeavored to establish as many ties as possible with the originators of our yearbook. This was done in several ways. One was in our cover design, another was through the use of photographs and other data pertinent to the Class of 1915. Still another, which involved serious problems, was the use of pages taken in their entirety from the 1915 Yearbook and their adaptation to color. Last but not least, the art work by Gail Kramer, the caricatures by William Frey, and the expressions of thought by Lillian Mirro that span the page tops, were all designed to bridge the fifty-year interval both ways. We lovingly call our cari- catures "Angela" and "Chadwick." We are humbly proud of this golden opportunity to produce this golden book, which happily by coincidence - and not by premeditation - coincides with our class colors. We hope we have been able to do iustice to such a worthy theme. To you, then, we present the 1965 Amptennian. May it be a cherished addi- tion to your treasure trove of memories. Rebecca Kilgore Gayle Smith Editors ACKNOWLEDGMENTS To everyone who has contributed to the 1965 Amptennian and its production, we tender our sincere and warm-hearted thanks. There are so many of you: our faculty advisors, the gang that worked night after night - and parents too - the Allentown Morning Call, other teachers, friends, the staff, other students, fellow classmates, alumni, purchasers, contributors, patrons, and many more not possible to name. Without your help this golden anniversary edition would not have been possible. Thank you again. Rebecca Kilgore and Gayle Smith page 4 Eahlv nf Qluntvntg fm M i Wm. FE!! lb 'i1:LLt:,: . wx J? ew L 5 . ,il , . .15 H7 ,:+,'f..', av: wk 5 4 A WM Q 11, P 21, Q- 'Pr fi., , S, CLYDE FRANKENFIELD PRINCIPAL, Staff Our leader - THE JUNIOR New to Northampton this year is a Junior School Board. It was initiated by Mr. Albert L. Henry, superintendent of schools, who also serves as advisor. The purpose of the organization is to provide a two-way street of improved communication between the top admin- istration and the student so that better understandings of the problems of each may be developed. Thus, the student gains an insight into the functioning of the School Board as well as into citizenship responsibility, conversely insights as to student views and difficulties are obtained. A portion of the new Junior School Board, above, is Julieann Augustine, secretary, BOARD OF The history of education in Northampton is a fascinating tale going back to T901 when the Borough of "Alliance," now Northampton, was separated from Allen Township. The first School Board for the new borough was officially orga- nized on April 28, l902. In June of that year, the first class graduated from "Alliance High School," but received Allen Township diplomas. seated, Jerry Dotter and President Gregg Amore, standing. In 1910 a new high school, now the Area Junior High School, was dedicated, and in 1915, when the Amptennian came into being, the mem- bers of the School Board were Thomas Boyer, president, Calvin A. Gross, vice president, Stewart W. Borger, secretary, Henry B. Reed, treasurer, Purie A. Christman, Willoughby D. Easterday, and John S. Renner. Some ofthe men who are responsible for the destinies of our schools are, from left- Guy Rice, Lehigh Township, David Olson, assistant to the superintendent, Albert L. Henry, superintendent, seated, George Bennis and Atty. Russell Kowalyshyn, both of Northampton, and Howard McMurry, Lehigh Township, standing. page 8 Remainder of the Junior School Board is above: Rita Rice, sealed, John Gill and Vice President Peter Schneider. In T950 the complexities of modern society brought on a major change involving consolida- tion of school districts for greater educational op- portunity to all, and the Northampton Area Joint School Board, still functioning similarly, was born. One of its initial knotty problems was the con- struction of a new senior high school, which was completed in 1960. our guide - SCHOOL BOARD Representatives to the Junior School Board are elected on the basis of two each from Senior high grades ltenth through twelfthi, and one each from Junior high grades Cseventh through ninthj. Selected to represent Senior high on this year's initial Board are Gregg Amore, president, and Julieann Augustine, secretary, Seniors, Peter Schneider, vice president, and John Gill, Juniors, and Rita Rice and Jerry Dotter, Sophomores. EDUCATION Regardless of changes in span of time and orga- nization, however, some things have remained constant: always unheralded and unsung, these men shouldered the responsibilities and came to grips with the problems that beset education. Their patient, untiring efforts have been a greater influence toward helping us take our places in society than we shall ever realize. The rest of the members of the Area School Committee are, from left: Woodrow Lindenmoyer, North- ampton, Joseph Smida, Lehigh Township, George Henninger, East Allen Township, and Arthur Schaffer, Allen Township, seated, Charles Hahn, Bath, Clyde Heisler, Chapman Quarries, Russell Becker and Clayton Roth, both of Moore Township, standing, Page 9 Blazing the 'way L. ...fain . 357 ' fat iifft.-'id 2 . 2 WILLIAM D. LANDIS S. CLYDE FRANKENFIELD DR. GEORGE A. EICHLER 1908-1922 1922-1930 1930-1961 SUPERINTENDENTS Through all the years from the beginning, Northampton has been most fortunate in having capable and dedicated leaders. Our first superintendent was William D. Landis, elected as soon as the position was established. He resigned in 1922 to accept the position of Teacher Training Supervisor at Cthenj Kutztown State Teachers College. He later served as superin- tendent of Whitehall Township schools until his retirement. It was he who was faced with the building of new schools, including the high school and the organization of a complete public educa- tion system. Succeeding Mr. Landis was S. Clyde Franken- page I0 field, who rose through the ranks of teacher and principal. Mr. Frankenfield brought many innova- tions, including a permanent record system, the 6-3-3 organizational plan, which also brought con- struction of the junior high school, special edu- cation, and others. Now retired, he left to become supervising principal of Catasauqua schools in 1930. From 1930 to 1961, our beloved Dr. George A. Eichler held this position. Gentle but firm, he was the helmsman through the consolidation, the new high school, and innumerable other prob- lems, plus constantly striving to better school- community relations. ALBERT L. HENRY, B.A., M.A. Superintendent of Schools Our present superintendent, Mr. Henry, came to us four years ago with a sterling reputation for compe- tence in education. The formidable list of innovations initiated since that time testifies to that. His ideal is "teaching youngsters to live a useful, productive, up- right life," and he constantly strives to attain its reality. He has varied interests, among them hunting, golfing, and reading, he has also assumed an active role in the community. ln school, students respond to his genuine warmth and interest. into the future. HARRY W. SHIMER S. CLYDE FRANKENFIELD IRA L. SHEAFFER 1906-1913 1913-1922 1922-1946 PRINCIPALS The men who served as principals of our high school during the past were no less diligent or competent than those who served in the superin- tendency. Minutes of the School Board tell us that the first principal of the high school, from '1902 to 1905, was E. J. Bernhardt. Then Mr. Landis served first as principal, a year later as supervis- ing principal. Succeeding him was Harry W. Shimer, who left in 1913 to accept the supervisor- ship of the Woodstown, New Jersey schools. Mr. NORMAN A. LAUB, B.S., M.A. Principal For the past nineteen years, Mr. Laub has been guiding hand behind all school proiects and activities - the school itself. His is truly an enviable record, a ord marked by patient, unceasing effort to make school a better place and by his aspirations to better prepare students for the responsibilities of ci tizens Frankenfield then assumed the principalship and was subsequently named superintendent in 1922. Ira L. Sheaffer, who had been assistant principal since 1913, who ardently promoted the school athletics program - and science - and everything for the betterment of his charges, then served as principal until his retirement in 1946. The zeal, devotion, leadership, and interest these men possessed is still apparent today. the rec- this hip, a record whose success has earned him the right to be proud, if he were a proud man. To him, our friend leader, we owe a debt of thanks, it was he who cared enough to see that everything was as it should have been, it was he who was always there to solve problems with which we could not cope. page ll and the Truth for his armor ALBERT M. LERCH, B.S., M.Ed. Director of Guidance and Activities Although he is one of the busiest persons in the school, Mr. Lerch always makes himself available to discuss any problem, whether it's vocational, education- al, or emotional, with any or all of us, and usually seems to come up with a solution. He has an unswerv- ing desire to guide young people toward the achieve- ment of their goals and to prepare them for their life's work. Scheduling assemblies, administering exams, and our problems keep him busy, but he's never too busy to be a friend. MRS. JANET SCHAADT 'X- Our very efficient, capable, and most accommodat- ing secretaries constitute one of our most important assets. ALFRED LAUBACH, Ph.B., M.A. Administrative Assistant The morning announcements, which Mr. Laubach makes, are invariably the harbinger of a hectic day for him, a day which takes him to iust about every nook and cranny of the school in the performance of an end- less series of tasks - endless in diversity as well as in number, and many far from being pleasant. You would expect successive days like this to sour the spirit of any principal's right-hand man, but that of Al, as he is af- fectionately known, is indestructible. His warm friend- ship and hearty laugh survive even the last period, and we love him. THERESA DORNBACH -EN 4-'jx 'QQ' Besides handling mountains of work, these won derful women lend a tone of poise and fcontinued on next pagej page I2 ana' knowledge for his shield, FLORA OBRECHT, B.A., M.A. Girls Guidance Counselor No problem is ever too much for Mrs. Obrecht to hear or attempt solution, she has a sympathetic ear tor everyone. As such, she is sought out by girls and boys alike, and for all she has a helping hand. She also inter- views each girl personally and individually, the better to understand her and the better to prepare her for the future. Her pleasant, cheerful smile is a giveaway to her friendly disposition, this is invariably the right medicine to start curing any problem. PETER P. SCHNEIDER, Ph.B., M.A. A new member of the Guidance Department this year, Mr. Schneider has proven himself most successful in dealing with students and their problems. A giant of a man with heart to match, he has the gift of putting his youthful seekers at ease and anxious to respond. This quality also serves him in his capacity as advisor to the Student Council. JUDY HNATH MRS. BEATRICE DEEMER V l X Vt' v,.n Ccontinued from preceding page? modulation that You'll find them in the main office and the guid- iust wouldn't be there without them. ance office, where their courtesy, cheerfulness, and helpfulness are bywords. page I3 Proclaiming the 'word Q W, 4 page I4 SYBIL BAIMAN, A.B.g English EDGAR J. BALLIET, B.S.g Physical Science, Visual Education GORDON BARTHOLOMEW, B.S.g Driver Education, Assistant Wrestling Coach, Physical Fitness Program RAYMOND BECKER, B.S., M.A.y Senior Band, Instrumental Music, Spring Concert, Band Concert, Vespers ROBERT DRUCKENMILLER, B.S.p Psychology, Sophomore Class Advisor ALBERT ERDOSY, B.S.5 Physical Education, Head Football Coach Boys' Gym Team ALEK L. ERDOSY, B.S., M.A.y Wood Shop, Faculty Manager ALVIN N. FEGELY, B.S., Algebra II, Plane Geometry Wz'th courage ana' forthrightness, CECELIA FINK, B.S.y Bookkeeping l and II, Office Machines JOHN M. FRAILEY, B.S.y Chemistry, Amptennian Photography Advisor HENRY FUJITA JR., B.S.g Metal Shop ELIZABETH M. GEIGER, B.S., M.Ed.p Shorthand, Secretarial Practice, Ampfennian Business Advisor MAGDALENE HAUKE, B.S.y Typing I, Bookkeeping I RUTH HUBER, B.S.g Homemaking, Tri-Hi-Y Advisor CHARLOTTE B. JOHNSON, B.S.p English DONALD KINDT, B.S.p Earth Science, Physics -1? page I5 Standing tall and conf1fa'ent Page MELVIN G. KLEPPINGER, B.S., M.A.7 Arts and Crafts, Amptennian Art Advisor, Art Appreciation, Production Stage Setting, Art Exhibition FRANK S. KOVACS, B.S.p Geography, Meteorology Club Advisor JOAN KREMUS, B.S.y Physical Education, Girls' Gym Team, Girls' Basketball Coach, Hockey Coach, Cheerleader Advisor MARION I. LAUBACH, A.B., M.A.p French I and II, Latin l and Il, National Honor Society Advisor, Commencement MICHAEL LISETSKI, Ph.B., Problems of Democracy, Head Baseball Coach MAE MCCANN, A.B., English, Senior Class Play GRACE MCGRATH, B.S.p Librarian, Production Make-up Advisor, Library Club Advisor ANDREW MELOSKY, A.B., U.S. History, Assistant Football Coach ELAINE MILLER, A.B.p German JAMES OPLINGER, B.S., Health, Assistant Football Coach, Assistant Baseball Coach EDWARD A. PANY, B.S.p Social Studies, Senior Class Advisor, Problems of Democracy THOMAS PEIFER, B.S., World Geography, Earth Science, Assistant Track Coach ALBERT J. PROCTOR, A.B.p Mathematics, Physical Science HARRY G. REIFF, B.S.7 Printing, Mechanical Drawing THELMA SANTEE, B.S.p Vocal Music, Chorus, Ensembles, Vespers, Spring Concert, Music Theory and Appreciation, Commencement MARIANNE SAUI., B.S.p English, Concrete Courier Advisor Tempered by justice and honor, WNif5,gmc,l I. ,' . 5532.-.-gil' ,QS ,--' " Q wiffsfff as 1+-H5 I w iw' page I7 Molding the leaders of tomorrow - page I8 PETER SAUL, B.S., Business Mathematics, Plane Geometry ROBERT MICHAEL SAWARYNSKI, B.A U.S. History HARRIET SCHADT, B.S., Shorthand, Typing BRUCE SCHMAUCH, B.S., Algebra II, Advanced Mathematics, Trigonometry, Analytic Geometry PETER P. SCHNEIDER, Ph.B., M.A.p Psychology, Assistant Football Coach, Commencement, Student Council Advisor LOIS SHEFFLER, B.A., Economics, Business Math, Problems of Democracy ROBERT J. SNYDER, B.S., M.A., Earth Science, Physics, Junior Class Advisor RAY WAHL, Pl'1.B., M.A.g Safety Education, Driver Education, Amptennian Advisor Creating tomorrofwfv world. HARRY B. WALL, Ph.B., M.A.p English, Head Wrestling Coach, Public Relations Director HENRY WEIR, B.S.p Mathematics JOAN WESLEY, B.S,p English, Tri-Hi-Y Advisor, Dramatics Advisor HARRY WITEMEYER, B.S.g World Cultures, N Club Advisor, Lighting Crew Advisor JANET A. YELENICS, B.S.p Physical Education, Health, Girls' Gym Team NABEEH A. YOUNES, B.S.7 Spanish MARY ZIRINSKY, B.S.g Dietician ,Tig 4 1 V 5252 i 1 1 x .. , , 3. I g 'A 5 1 if ,J Q ,, , ,z if fig fw , is f' page I9 A silhouette on the horizon, Leon C. Kuntz, seated, discusses concert scores in a scene characteristic of a decade and longer ago. From left, standing, are Mr. Edwin Berg, then his colleague in music, now Junior High School Principal, Raymond C. Kohler, now of Cementon, Michael Skweir, now a captain in the Army Dental Corpsp Richard Porotsky, now with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Metropolitan Opera Company, New York City. and his son, Leon C. Kuntz Jr., now with the LEON C. KUNTZ September 5, 1893 - December 7, 1964 Diminutive in physical stature - he stood bare- ly five feet tall - but a veritable giant in his chosen profession, Leon C. Kuntz went on to study for the Great Master on December 7, 1964. He was one of the most picturesque, one of the best loved, and one of the most challenging in- dividuals ever to serve on the faculty. A native of Treichlers, he was graduated from the Northampton High School and later from the New England Conservatory of Music. He served in World War I and was with the American Expedi- tionary Force in France. While there, he became a member ofthe 79th Division Band and played an instrument newly emerging into recognition, the saxophone. He was discharged as a First Class Musician and was attached to Headquarters Com- pany, 310th lnfantry Regiment. page 20 He loved music with an all-consuming passion and was an accomplished pianist and organist. In 1932, Mr. Kuntz came back to Northampton after a career as a symphony musician to become director of instrumental music in the high school. Besides his work in the schools, both instrumental and vocal, he was active in music throughout the area - the Bach Choir for 35 years, director of the Northampton Male Chorus, music chairman of the Allied Male Choruses of Eastern Pennsylvania, Northampton Rotary music director, organist in a number of churches, and more. Most of all, he in- stilled the love of good music in his hundreds of students and inspired a number of these to great- ness. Though health forced him to retire in 1959, he never retired from music. Neither will the im- pact of the man who taught us Bach ever leave, he lives in our heart forever. A figure outlined' against the setting sun, Dr. Mahlon G, Miller, on left, with typical humility, receives the fifty year citation of the Pennsylvania Medical Society at a special meeting of the Northampton Area Chamber of Commerce in 1955. He was a "youngster" of 78 then. Next to him is another "youngster," Dr. Thomas Stites, Nazareth, then presi- dent of the Northampton County Medical Society, who made the presentation. Third from left is Mr. Anthony Billera, then president of the Chamber, while late Dr. Charles E. Meixsell, then also a "youngster" - offering congratulations on the far right is the of 74. DR. M. G. MILLER June 1, 1877 - December 26, 1964 One of the most familiar and best loved figures within our halls - and the halls of all the local schools - for longer than we, and our parents as well, can remember, left us this term. Dr. Mahlon G. Miller, affectionately known as Northampton's "Grand Old Man" of the medical profession, passed away on December 26, 1964. He was one of Northampton's most active and unselfish citizens. As a civic leader, he was a founder and charter member of the Northampton Board of Trade, now the Northampton Area Chamber of Commerce. As a sportsman, he was a past president of the Lappawinzo Fish and Game Protective Association and was one of the orga- nizers of the former Twin County Fair held on its grounds. As a public servant, one of a number of such activities was his service for many years as the president of the Northampton Board of Health. page 21 Dr. Miller was also one of Northampton's most honored citizens. He was the first to receive the "Golden Deeds" award of the Northampton Ex- change Club, in 1955 he was cited by the Penn- sylvania Medical Society on the anniversary of his fiftieth year of medical practice. Numerous other honors, including some by his associates in the local schools, were bestowed upon him. Most of all, to us, Dr. Miller was an untiring, dedicated colleague who faithfully served the schools and the children he loved as medical ex- aminer since 1916. To us this great man, who was a teacher before he became a physician, was an institution. Now he has become a precious memo- ry - one the youth who take our places in these halls will never know or ever have the privilege of sharing. As the fwo1'ld's work goes on. X . , .V X N - -. x ' X s X Dr. William F. Boucher, school medical examiner, right, raises a smiling countenance momentarily from a chart he and Miss CUSTODIAL STAFF The Custodial Staff is a busy one. Without the constant, perservering effort of these dedicated people, the school would really suffer. They keep the grounds neat and attractive, heat the school, care for equipment, and attend to the numberless tasks - plus the inevitable emergencies - that are always around. Yes, the Custodial Staff is a busy one. MEDICAL STAFF For the first time in fifty years, except for a short interim in the past, the familiar counte- nance of Dr. Miller is not shown here. Upon his passing, described on the preceding page, the task he left was accepted by Dr. William F. Bou- cher, of Northampton. Already a familiar figure, our new Medical Examiner and Miss Lillian Stett- Ier, R.N., school nurse, are most capably and effi- ciently attending to student health needs, not to mention initiating a tradition of their own. lt's the end of a school day and they can still smile, the School Custodial Staff, from left: Stanley Barthol, Ralph Rothrock, Ste- phen Milkovits, Robert Koehler, row 1, Mrs. Florence Keifer, Mrs. Theresa Ebner, and Mrs. Joan Rabenold, row 2. Qi One of the most welcome high- lights of every school day is the luncheon break. lt's not so much the "pause that refreshes," in re- ality it's the delicious, nourishing meals that have come to be a cus- tomary institution with us. The menus are planned by Mrs. Mary Zirinsky, our pleasant and competent dietician and are prepared and served under her direction by these equally pleas- ant and competent ladies. Need- less to say, they're designed to The Cafeteria Staff groups around one of their own tables, from left are Mrs. Mary Messenlehner, Mrs. Eva Lerch, Mrs. Connie MacAdam, Mrs. Margaret Halbfoerster, Mrs. Frances Ruch, seated, Mrs. Andora Nicholas, Mrs. Lillie Wendrick, Mrs. Anna Glendenmeyer, Mrs. Isabelle Folland, Mrs. Mary Billy, Mrs. Gladys Loch, Mrs. Eleanor Sage, Mrs. Catherine DeNardo, and John Marks, standing. keep us pleasant and competent, and they do. page 22 EDWIN HESS FRED Kl-'NE PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT PEARL l-ESHER WILLIAM STRAUSS SECRETARY TREASURER ISE lass S1311 Lgv-Kes bs, FMAS-c. by Lillkmn mivro Theory Class 05 '65 Q41 ju 11? I4 our 'F-in -65+ words bvd MQW ex- press Our +V-1ouqh+s5 we can-noi' pn-Mae H-ee legs -H-,Um 2. Though hves are long and pa5+s +urn haze we'H ne'er -Sgr-c3e+ H-mesa Few 1 N-,SQXAJMQV1 RE-Pram L . .3 ' . TX- Q ' N 4 'B f I h Y 'll N I - : L1Pl'1'l-TT I :if bv--N5 +o +5-ee our +hm-.ks, cmd now, o Our hon- OP Hum- I3 vow. Lids fir1m+ p-4 - -PLUS were all SP-own, Q-nd we pre - pared for 1-W"HS U-'N - K'W0'-'NE No" 1.11151 h - l - . I3 n 1 V ' . . - . V . i . it ll' 'W '51 . . UIQ , U IL.. I +hmmP-'ron Higl-.,3ou.'ll ml- mugs bg, IA Source. oi Jog' o. P-new, - o - r' Omr- lrqtmin' ' ual' l' n-nm--I-1 ll 1 nr Q If '. v I 1 I 1 1 I fifmkffvfia HFEEFEJFEZV page 24 The Keys of Knowledge art' oursy, Class Flower SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS WHITE ROSE l 'rlltr'--, i f- ' I E532 , lt'L.fii-fx' :R . . 9 "1 if ' I . X I 3 -" ' ffm? -x-x .1 rx ...W-V f ,-"L" . I 1 y i' P ,-, ,r1'fj!f ' -xx .M 4 93: " ,f .' xx' . 1 VX 1' pf X el'- . IS I. From left: Gail Kramer, secretary, Ronald Klipple, vice presi- gegggwwidgagdegggyg.advisor, Peter McMurry, treasurer, and "THE KEYS OF KNOWLEDGE OPEN THE GATES TO SUCCESS." A Message For most of us it has been a long, hard, twelve years. We have been waiting in great anticipation for June 9, 1965, and graduation. Now that the time has iust about come, though, the anticipa- tion has been succeeded by a twinge of sorrow because we are about to lose our second home. A number of us have been together since first grade, others since seventh, and some for iust one or two years. Regardless of how long we've been together, though, I feel we are a closely- knit class which has worked well together and has accomplished much. Many of us have created warm friendships that will stay with us through- out our lives. Others of us may never see each other again, but one thing for sure, we will never forget our days at Northampton High. For some of us June marks the end of our for- ' 5 fo page 25 BLACK and GOLD fhe Seniors: mal education and the start of a lifetime of work at a job or iobs. For others it may be the begin- ning of a career in the service, or a summer of relaxation - then four or more years in college, beginning in September. No matter where our future endeavors take us, though, or whatever we do, we will constantly have to rely on our high school education to carry us through. To you, fellow members of the Senior Class, I bid a fond farewell and a sincere thanks for all your efforts to make our Senior days happy and prosperous. May all of your future endeavors be successful, fruitful, and filled with happiness. Gregg Amore President Senior class Gregg Amore East Allen Township Academic A stellar athlete is our class president - and he's a stellar stu- dent as well. His universal popu- larity is indicative of Gregg's im- pressive character, which has won him the friendship and envy of his entire class. After college, he'll trade his wrestling drills for the dental variety. Activities: Football I, 2, 3, Wrestl- ing I, 2, 3, Gym Team l, 2, 3, Class President 1, 2, 3, Physical Fitness Team 2, 3, Amptennian 3, N Club CPresidentD 3, National Honor Society 3, Fashion Show 3. QQ? at ...,..,, . I Two score Bruce D. Anthony Northampton General "Cousin" - Bruce, that is - livens his classes with constant chatter. Between scrimmaging with his sidekicks and reading, Bruce finds time to munch on hamburgers at Miller's. Planning on building a house? See Bruce in the near future. M A L: L. if A,'i" Linda Anne Arey Ann A. Asbath Treichlars Secretarial Bursting with vitality is that cute, four-foot, eleven-inch pack- age of dynamite we call Ann. "Shorty" enioys popular music and roller skating. A secretary's desk or beauty salon are looming closer and closer. Activities: Library Club l, 2, 3, ln- tramurals l, Tri-Hi-Y 2. Northampton General Picture a cute, vivacious bru- nette with sparkling eyes and a warm, pleasant smile, and you've pictured Linda. For pleasure Linda drives around Catty and visits the Busy-Bee and talks about boys - for profit she's planning to get into your hair - as a beautician, that is. Activities: Library Aide 2. Ray W. Anthony Northampton Academic No bellow, instead a cheery "hello" is what you hear from "Moose." A science fair winner, Ray likes radios, or anything elec- tronic. He also guards the gas pumps at Sam's daily after school. You guessed, it's college and elec- tronics. Activities: Science Club l, Light- ing Crew i, 2, 3, Science Fair 1, 2, 3. Lorin A. Arthofer Bath Academic Lorin, often known as "Arty," is usually energetic and jovial, but occasionally quite serious and re- served. His main hobby is cars, he also spends considerable time in church and youth group activities. Lorin plans to go through life the "Weiss" way - king of the cab- bages. .,.,,:E 3 page 26 Sharon L. Andrews Northampton Secretarial A friend to everyone is Sharon, the girl with the soft giggle and friendly "hi." Happy when she's singing or participating in any sport, this girl has her sights soar- ing high atop the horizon - with the airlines. Activities: Chorus I, 2, 3, Library Aide i, 2, Amptennian 3, Vespers l, 2, 3, Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, lntramurals l. . psig sz . John Asbath Ba th General A pleasant smile and a friendly hello betray "Squirrel," who's bright-eyed and bushy-tailed too, as you'd expect. His pastimes are building model cars, archery, hunting, fishing, or hanging 'round Hillside. He's trying to de- cide between soldiering and car- pentry - maybe he'Il wind up as a G. I. carpenter. Activities: Meteorology Club 2, 3. u Frank Astl East Allen Township Academic Easy-going, likeable, always on the move - that's Frank. "Bix" runs on the track team, on the gridiron, to Hillside, or afield af- ter game. Now he's running some more - to college, after an ac- counting degree. Activities: Football l, Track 3. C""u 'br and ten years K Maclelynn Barrett Northampton Secretarial Shiny, black hair, eyes dark as night - iust a hint of mischief- that's "Maddie," Sketching, Amp- tennian, and working on the gym apparatus keep this girl active, though not enough to keep her away from Hill-Top. Business of- fice work will be next for "Mad- die." Activities: Gym Club l, 2, 3, Gym Exhibition l, Concrete Courier 2, Amptennian 3, Intramurals I. Phyllis Barthol Seemsville Secretarial A football game, a wrestling match - you name it - Phyllis'll be there. The rest of the time you'll find our avid sports fan at- tending 4-H Club and church ac- tivities. She's just as avidly con- sidering business college and a secretarial career. Activities: National Honor Society 3, Amptennian 3, Chorus l. linda L. Bartholomew Northampton Secretarial A true paradox is Linda. She's uiet, efficient, friendly, a good tudent in school, where she does rt for the Courier, and excels in ainting. Put her at a game -- and he attends them all - and she's screaming banshee. She's ready- ng herself for the business world n a dental office. ctivities: Concrete Courier 2, 3, ational Honor Society 2, 3, Amp- ennian 3, N Club 3, Quill and croll 3, Art Exhibit 2. Dennis R. Barthol Bath General Dennis could easily pass for the original laughing boy, humor and fun are his wont. Shooting - whether afield or at pool - is his as well. Now he's shooting for the whine of industry, especially the Bethlehem Steel Company. Thomas Barthold Bath General A little on the reserved side, yet with a constant smile, is Tom. Although he hasn't been a part of the school athletic program, Tom's loves are football, baseball, and basketball - and he's always playing them. Or, he's eating at the Blue Lantern. Next, he wants a uniform. page 27 Julieann R. Augustine Northampton Secretarial "Tank," our outstanding gym- nast, is always bubbling over with energy and enthusiasm. Her good looks and vivacious personality win her friendship from everyone. She likes playing tennis, horse- back riding, and reading. Sounds like a phys. ed. natural? That's right, she's headed for East Stroudsburg. Activities: Gym Club l, 2, 3, Fashion Show l, Student Council 3, Gym Exhibition l, 2, 3, Art Ex- hibit l, 2, Hockey lco-captain, 3, National Honor Society 3, Amp- tennian 3, Junior School Board 3. Wainwright Beal Moore Township Secretarial Clicking cleats and carefree clowning, and the tall, thin trick- ster from Chapmans is on the scene. You'll find Wain swimming, slugging in runs, or lust basking in the summer sun. The glamor of the army dog-face and combat are beckoning to him. Activities: Amptennian 3. Diane Beers Cherryville General You always know when Diane's nearby - you can hear herl What else? You ought to see her play football. Otherwise, "Beersol" likes to make clothes, go to the movies, and attend games. ln- stead of footballs, she'll soon be working on heads - in her beau- ty shop. Activities: Fashion Show l, 2, 3, Future Homemakers of America 2. Jacalyn Beltzner Allen Township General Some people are lucid, others are loquacious, our iovial, iccu- lar Jackie is both! Out of doors, her favorites are swimming and ice skating. All this will help Jackie swim through the problems of a medical secretary. Activities: Fashion Show l, 2, 3. Yet Francis J. Becker Kreidersville General Who wants to learn something about guns - or hunting -- or the great out-of-doors? Our expert is Francis, also known as the "happy hunter." If you're hunting Francis, and he's not hunting, hunt for him at home. Make it soon, though - he'll soon be hunting a iob. Sth . ana Donald 0. Bensinger Jr. Lehigh Township Academic As you would expect of a Na- tional Honor Society member, Chuck's quiet and capable. He does everything with dignity - reading, painting - even skating or going on walks. Chuck doesn't talk much about his walks, but from all indications, he's walking toward college, Activities: National Honor Society 3. Kathleen B. Becker Northampton Academic Effervescent, talkative, and ori- ginal - that's "Dimps!" Parading with the color guard, talking on the 'phone, and wearing the latest fads complete this busy brunette's agenda. A classroom full of tots seems to be her intent. Activities: Chorus l, Vespers l, Spring Concert l, German Club 'l, Color Guard 2, 3, Student Coun- cil 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, N Club 3, Amptennian 3, Art Exhibit l, 2, Intramurals 1, Stage Crew 2, Usherette 2. -L":Qf5..S,'5R i I f2"f3'2YV353ffi i . - ' ' s E.s..,...6... 2 .s-.assist X s. sc ,E N Q 5.35 sill: ' R Barbara M. BenVenuti Northampton Academic Looking for Barb? Look for ac- tion - she invariably pops up there. She struts in the color guard, makes speeches, sings, dances, belongs to everything, promotes everything - and has won everybody over to her. Her wit and gift of gab will win over her elementary pupils, too. Activities: Chorus l, Vespers l, Spring Concert l, Stage Crew 2, Color Guard 2, 3, Usherette 2, N Club 3, Amptennian 3, National Honor Society 3, Senior Class Play 3, Junior Speaking Contest Cfirst placej 2. page 28 Wilson T. Beers Jr. Cherryville General Here's Wilson, the guy who's either flying or absolutely immo- bile. At school or the Blue Lan- tern, he's stock-still, at the stock car races or in his "fast '5l," he really moves. Speaking of mov- ing, he's planning to grow wings - in the Air Force. Bonnie B. Benninger Pennsville General The dashing blue of her eyes, and the splashing red hue of her hair match the flashing figure of B. B. - Bonnie, that is - down the B. B. - basketball court. Or, it's painting, Eddies, the Blue Lan- tern, or riding horseback. Now she wants to ride the waves - in the Waves. Activities: Basketball 2, Meteorol- ogy Club 2, 3. 50' " fv- Constance Lee Bird Walnutport General Ever hear of a deer bird? Con- nie's one, she's always spotting 'em. She's a thunderbird too - in her '57 Chevy. She goes to the races and eats at the Blue Lantern, but not like a bird. She's testing her wings to soar into a new life. Activities: Future Homemakers of merica 2. John Borbacs Lehigh Township Academic Remember the day of the quiet, iligent student? John's a hold- ver. He's also an ardent fan of unting, fishing, and the great ut-of-doors. He has a hankering or electronics and is all wired up or the armed forces, where he opes to pursue this field. ctivities: Debate Club 2. - sq,-awp Only Il fem' f!8l'fl'Il!j HI0lTIL'Ilf.i'. Judy Berger Bath Secretarial Giggles and twinkling eyes por- tend Judy and her pranks. This "class clown" forces everyone to laugh at sports events, Hillside, even her team mates on the hoc- key field. Dancing and water ski- ing are no exception. We expect Judy'll laugh her way through life as a practical nurse. Activities: Tri-Hi-Y 2: Hockey 3. Patsy A. Bowman Danielsville Secretarial Where there's laughter and talk- ing, here you'll find cute, petite Pat. Full of pep and always on the bounce, she's either bouncing on skates, bouncing with the Gym Team, bouncing on horseback, or bouncing to DeeVille. Soon, our National Honor Society girl will bounce into a secretary's chair. Activities: Gym Club l, 2, 3: Amp- tennian 3: National Honor Soci- ety 3. page .lan K. Billy Northampton Academic A man - that's Jan - and the Marine Corps Physical Fitness tro- phy proved it. This "Gordon Ran- ger" is also a terror on the grid- iron and the mat as well as a "Big 5" member at the Gourmet lnn. What now? Prep school, college, and then, possibly, the ministry. Activities: Gym Club l, 2, 3: Gym Exhibition I, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3: Wrestling l, 2, 3, Physical Fit- ness Team 2, 3. F ...W . ,i S .tTtiY?'.iilil'll"i "Wifi lv-' Darlene Braker Northampton Secretarial Mix blonde hair and green eyes, add some laughter, the re- sult: Darlene. Listening to music, dancing, baby-sitting, and trilling the high notes on the choir are only some of her activities. A high in school - National Honor Society -- she's hieing for top- flight - as a secretary. Activities: National Honor Society 2, 3: Amptennian 3: Usherette 3. 29 .ji Ronald Bird Lehigh Township General He's the silent type, and he's likeable. Ron runs too - on the track team. Otherwise he's haunt- ing Slatington or afield with his gun - after birds. Bird has a me- chanical bent, perhaps it'll be with a hue of Navy blue - and that's not for the birds. Activities: Gym Club If N Club 2: Track I, 2, 3. William P. Borger Northampton Academic There's nothing like a true ex- trovert - like being boisterous - like Bill- "Having fun while you can." Bill has fun everywhere - at Hillside or on the black Honda heading for Sam's Cities Service station. Now he's headed for col- lege and marine biology. Activities: Science Club I, Light- ing Crew 1, 2. Leroy C. Brobst Northampton Academic Leo thrives on fun and likes to be wherever something's happen- ing. His mellow voice undeniably enhances the chorus, boys octet - all our vocal groups - and his speed is iust as important to the track team. Leo wants a B.S. and a career in mathematics. Activities: Mixed Chorus i, 2, 3, Boys Octet i, 2, 3, Vespers l, 2, 3, Spring Concert l, 2, 3, Band l, Mixed Ensemble 2, 3, N Club 3, Senior Class Play 3, Track i, 2, 3, District and Regional Chorus 2, 3. .,,,. - , Ronald Cimino Northampton General "Skinny" is easily recognizable, he wears the longest, blackest hair and the tightest pants of any- one in the school, and exhibits all the usual attributes that go with these. He goes for hunting, swim- ming, cars, and hanging 'round Harhart's gas station. He might go for the Marines or hanging from a parachute. . For lzislory's clock of lime is golden Glen L. Chamberlain Lehigh Township Academic "Wham!" There goes another pin for our "heavy" 103-pound "Wilt." Although personal effort goes into his wrestling, he's an avid fan of all sports. The only things he likes better are eating and mischief. It's the carefree life of the bachelor for Glen, girls make him "quiet" Activities: Wrestling l, 2, 3, Physi- cal Fitness Team 2. John M. Chimics Northampton Secretarial John is one of our nominees for reliability and trustworthiness, yet he appears to be the most carefree guy in the world. A member of the Trading Post gang, he also puts in a lot of time work- ing on his car. He wants to put in some more time - at business school. Activities: Football i, 2, 3. page Veronica R. Chimarys Northampton Secretarial Blonde, brown-eyed, and burst- ing with energy, "Beanie's" one of our "keeni-est" classmates. ln the gym, Beanie's a Queenie - the belle of the balance beam, no less. Hillside, being a lifeguard at the pool, and basketball ring bells too. So do her own typewriter, desk, and office. Activities: Art Exhibit 2, Gym Ex- hibition 2, 3, Physical Fitness Team 3. Connie Christman Moore Township Academic Connie is energy personified, with a lot of capability added - and perhaps a bit of caprice as well. She tackles everything with the zest of a zealot, even driv- ing her '39 Plymouth, dislikes egotisfs and dentists, but admits there's a difference. When she grabs life by the coattails, look out! Activities: Chorus i, Vespers I, Spring Concert i, German Club i, lntramurals l, N Club 2, 3, Debat- ing Club 2, Amptennian 3. 30 Daniel Butz Bath Academic Smiling, energetic, ready to do more than his share - these attri- butes characterize "Butzie." He devotes hours and hours to school activities and to his church's youth group. Danny's goal is more school - to maior in music or religion. Activities: Chorus 'l, 2, 3, Boys Octet i, 2, 3, Mixed Ensemble i, 2, 3, Vespers 'l, 2, 3, Spring Con- cert i, 2, 3, Band i, 2, 3, Dance Band 2, 3, Junior Speaking Con- test isecond placeb 2, National Honor Society 3. were Q SWR, Bernald R. Coleman Northampton industrial Arts There's no stouter yeoman than "Barnyard," this bowman. He's a sports lover, but archery ove draws them all. In or out i school, no matter where, ever body likes Bernie. His likes are a uniform, the magical world the press - maybe both. N N 1 arm' ffollllffl arc llzv yvzlr.v linda Creyer . X 9 ' f i K ,.,, Northampton X LL.L- Secretarial . N V Grace, the gift of gab, Linda has them both, plus a beguiling grin. She goes for bowling and miniature golf. She's also the Mil- lion Dollar Baby in the Five and Ten Cent Store - Newberry's, of course. lf you want to encounter Linda, iust step up to her counter and hear her pleasant, "May I help you?" - anytime. Activities: Tri-Hi-Y 2, Usherette 2. 'Z' ii . X 1 x sc x Elouise V. Deily Allen Township Secretarial Popular and always smiling is ur pretty, blue-eyed cheerleader, or whom "Yea Team" has be- ome a habit. Ellie also plays iano, wins 4-H ribbons, partici- ates in sports and church activi- ies, and writes letters to Rider. llie's casting covetous eyes at ecretaries' desks as well. ctivities: Chorus l, 2, 3, Vespers , 2, 3, Spring Concert l, 2, 3, heerleader l, 2, 3, Student ouncil 3, N Club 3, National onor Society 3, Amptennian 3, f ' 3 Gregory Csencsitz Northampton Academic Wherever you'll find dancing, diversion, and dames, you'Il find "Diz." You'll also find him bowl- ing, or lust passing time at Hill- side. No matter where or when, he's always pleasant and smiling, a fine figure of a fellow. He fig- ures on a math maior in college. Activities: Basketball l, 2, Football l. Janis L. Daumer Northampton Academic Whoosh! No, it isn't the other white tornado, it's Jan. Always doing something, Jan's our expert on getting to class at the last min- ute without being late. She's a iovial iokester, and finds time for music, reading, and making clothes. She'll find music in mak- ing and reading pictures, x-ray, that is. Activities: Chorus 2, Vespers 2, Spring Concert 2, Library Club 3, Concrete Courier 3, Amptennian 3, Senior Class Play 3. 'lf sn... if Christine M. DaMore Northampton Academic Chattering, cheerful, cavorting, clownish - Chris is all of these. She doesn't walk, she whizzes, whether to the library, Ampten- nian, through books and conver- sation - even the pool - yes, the car, too, She's all geared up to whiz through college as a history maior. Activities: Chorus l, Vespers l, Spring Concert l, German Club l, Library Club 2, 3, Amptennian 2, 3, N Club 3, Senior Class Play 3, Intramurals l, Stage Crew 2, 3. Ralph H. Dech Northampton Academic No, "Spyder" isn't a spider, and it isn't a car, it's Ralph. May- be it's because he's so deadly on the mats, it could be for most any reason, even more. Besides being a nice guy, he's active in 4-H ac- tivities, is interested in science, and likes sports and reading. This iust about weaves Spyder for col- lege. Activities: Science Fair l, Science Club 2, Proiectionist Club l, 2, 3, Wrestling l, 2, 3. simxfixii 'fit ii t . ' i , li' Sl . 'N Q page 3I Lucille S. Creyer Northampton Secretarial A quietly friendly personality and a genuinely cordial smile are but a few of Lucille's attributes, not to mention her top quality as a student, Active in other things as well, she sews, reads, and par- ticipates in 4-H. Wait 'til she gets that bookkeeper's or secretary's desk. Activities: National Honor Society 3. Ti 3 4:11-: ' 'A K. i xx il wt, Phil DeNardo Northampton Academic Definitely the athletic type is Phil. Not only is he an all-around sportsman - being a shifty left guard and a spooky third base- man - he's a good sport as well. His hobby? You've guessed it, sports, all of them, plus eating at Hillside or the Ritz. He's readying to tackle college or technical school. Activities: Football l, 2, 3, Base- ball l, 2, 3, Amptennian 3. t 7 Edward .l. Dischinat East Allen Township Secretarial Ed, who usually can be found at the Friday night dances, is a sports-minded, happy-go-l u c k y guy. Football and baseball have been Eddie's world so far, His next world will be business school, then the world of com- merce. Activities: Baseball l, 2, 3. Dennis L. Dreisigmeyer Northampton General Wherever an outbreak of laughter occurs, it's a good guess that "Dizzy" is in the middle of it. This includes the gang at Bob Kosc's Trading Post. It even leaks out from under his 1950 Ford, on which he's always working. lt's up to the Marines to teach Diz how to keep a straight face. at-ff. - ' f' f r -:ftigasgga t Thus fleeting. Cheryl Diehl Bath Academic How did your baby picture get into the Courier? Blame it on "Biel." Another one of the "live- ly ones," she runs the gamut from getting scoops for the Courier to scouting, to soaking in the sights of Northampton, to teaching Sun- day School. She likes teaching so much she wants a room of her own. Activities: Concrete Courier l, 2, 3: Amptennian 3: Quill and Scroll 3, Usherette 2. 5. ' Diane Edelman Bath Secretarial The trill of laughter echoing through the hall generally betrays the presence of Diane. This hap- py-go-lucky lass is a dedicated disciple of "study is fun," as her membership in the National Hon- or Society will attest. She enioys reading and music: we're sure she'll do the same with a secre- tary's desk. Activities: National Honor Society 3: Amptennian 3. page Linda Lou Dilliard Northampton Secretarial Stately, dignified, and demure, Linda's found her niche in the li- brary. On the field of sport, though, "Pickles" becomes a screaming siren - a far cry from her other pursuits, like reading, dancing, and studying. She has a niche reserved in the business world. Activities: Library Club l, 2, 3. Donna Edelman Moore Township General Donna is the possessor of that unbeatable combination - sparkl- ing blue eyes crowned by beauti- ful blonde hair. What's more, she possesses the personality to go with them. Equally striking in a fashion show, her father's Ford, or lunching at the Blue Lantern, Donna's a hit at DeeVille as well. Activities: Future Homemakers of America 2: Meteorology Club 2, Fashion Show T, 2, 3. 32 ' :NND Robert M. Drake Moore Township Academic Knowledge is the prize which Bob seems ever to be pursuing. His latest success is the attainment of finalist status - the highest rung ever attained by any of our students - in the National Merit Scholarship tests. Wood turning and science fiction give him a change of pace. He's setting his pace toward Penn State Univer- sity and chemical engineering. Activities: Science Club lp Nation- al Honor Society 3: Science Fair l, 2, 3. Glen Eberts Moore Township General Delivering on the diamond, or driving at the drags, "Joe's" al- ways identifiable by his Beatle haircut. Speaking of beatles, sports bug him: so does Hillside and the races. But - they don't bug Beatles in the Air Force. Activities: Football l: Baseball l, 2, 3. Shirley Edelman Bath Secretarial Eyes with a hint of green, and hair - with more than a hint of red - make it Christmas the year 'round for Shirley. That's not all, she has the sweet smile and pleas- ing personality to complete the picture. A habitue at football games and Friday night dances, she hopes to be an office habitue next. Gerald N. Engle Lehigh Township Industrial Arts "Cricket" can be found operat- ing a proiector, flying model air- planes, or doing extra work for Mr. Pany. Cars, football, and base- ball captivate him, and he devotes a lot of attention to them. So captivating are cars that he wants to work on them full time, the thought of his own garage capti- vates him too. Activities: Proiectionist Club 2, 3. 'fs B111 prr'r'1'o1r.r lifllv memories . . . Jane Edelman Moore Township Secretarial There's nothing zany about Janie: here is about as practical and level-headed a person as you'll find. She's always working on something, either in the li- brary, on Amptennian, or for Na- tional Honor. Her trademarks are a ready smile and a cheery "Hi." She's hieing toward a secretary- ship, maybe with IBM school in between. Activities: National Honor Society 3, Amptennian 3, Library Aide 3. X A ,s . Raymond Edelman Moore Township Academic One of the most agile fellows in the class, it's only natural that "Butch" should be an integral part of the gym team. He also uses this faculty in crawling around cars or in hunting a-field, both of which he delights in. Another delight is forestry: here he's hunting a degree. Activities: Gym Club i, 2, 35 Gym Exhibition l, 2, 3, Student Coun- cil l. Joseph P. Fa latek Northampton Secretarial Daring with the guys and shy with the girls, that's Joe. Partici- pating in sports outside of school, followed by refreshing himself at Hillside, are his favorite pursuits. Now he wants to pursue business college, then take a crack at the business world. Activities: Amptennian 3. Robert Fatzinger East Allen Township General An "up and at 'em" tackle on the football team, "Fats" waxes enthusiastic when it comes to sports. He's interested in wrest- ling and track as well. Otherwise he's easygoing - so easygoing he's stationary at timesg especially at the Bath Pool Room. His prob- lem: shall it be the Air Force or the Navy? Activities: Football l, 2, 3, Wrest- ling 25 Track 2, 3. page 33 i Leonard W. Ellis Northampton Academic Shy? Quiet? Len? That's impos- sible, he's always instigating good-natured, wholesome fun. Our prime bass profundo is a key man in all our music: he ioc- keys gas at Lentz's and gives out in dance combos, too. Loaded with talents, he wants to try his speaking ability from the pulpit. Activities: Chorus lj District 2, 35 State 2, Boys Octet I, 2: Male Quartet 3, Band l, 2, 3: Dance Band l, 2, 35 N Club 2, 35 Junior Speaking Contest ffirst placel 2, Track 2, National Honor Society 2, 3. Alexis S. Erdosy Northampton Academic Dark-haired and attractive, "Lexie" loves the world of artis- try, whether it's painting, sketch- ing, or performing the beautiful Japanese tea ceremony in a Japa- nese garden. She has a demure smile that enchants everyone - but is still a fun lover with it all. Axel's next experiment is mixing a potion of the business and art worlds - at Lerner's. Activities: Amptennian 3: Intra- murals lg Art Exhibit l, 2. --my Robert S. Faustner Bath Secretarial Bobby, Bath's future bookkeep- er and businessman, is always on the scene at Mary's Fashions or the Bath Pool Room. Next year, this lively talker and car enthu- siast will be pounding a type- writer at Bethlehem Business School. Activities: Amptennian 3. Daniel E. W. Fenstermaker Bath General With a name like "Daniel E. W., etc.," you can understand why something like "Stringbean" had to occur. A past master at relax- ing, he also practices this art at Hartzell's and Lou's Drive-in. The bugles are beckoning, and he's about to answer their call. Are cdrfvea' fndelibly . . . '-" Diane H. Fedorishen Northampton Academic Diane is our "hot line" reporter and Friday night dance regular. In school it's sports and art, after school it's reading, dancing, or talking over the 'phone, summer- times it's swimming or helping out at the pool. Advertising art sounds like a natural for Diane. Activities: Chorus l, Vespers l, Spring Concert l, Gym Team l, 2, Gym Exhibition l, 2, N Club 2, 3, Make-up Crew 2, 3, Library Aide 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, Fashion Show 3, Art Exhibit l, 2, 3. Barbara J. Fenstermaker Northampton Secretarial A blonde, blue-eyed beauty, Barb is fond of horses and spends much of her time astride her favorite hunter. Hunting or thriv- ing on cokes at Hill-Top are a few more of her favorites. Her favor- ite aim is fortune hunting. Activities: lntramurals l, Tri-Hi-Y 2. James H. Feldman Danielsville Academic ls he eating again? Jim, alias "The Nose," is usually at Hillside munching food, or with a certain someone. At times, he crowds in driving the Ford and swimming, in school it's wrestling and track. Now he's wrestling with either art or psychology, which wins re- mains to be found out. Activities: Track l, 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, Wrestling 2, 3. Bonnie L. Fenstermaker Bath Academic Perky, petite, and pretty, Bon- nie's as bonnie as her name im- plies, a picture personified as she stands avidly expressing her views with blonde hair cascading over her eyes, a sly giggle, easel in one hand, and a phone in the other. Her moods cover a spec- trum from dancing to walking in the rain, or iust thinking. She thinks about social work some- times. Activities: Chorus l, 2, Vespers l, 2, Spring Concert l, 2, Art Exhi- bit l, 2, 3. PBQR 34 Donald J. Featherman Moore Township General If you need someone with a "green thumb" to make your gar- den grow, we have one: Donald. He can make anything grow, and he has the garden to prove it. On the other hand, cars and hunting grow on him, so does medicine, perhaps even a uniform. Activities: Proiectionist Club l, 2, 3. A Fay A. Fenstermaker Northampton Secretarial Take a combination of Friday night dance regular, Library Aide, National Honor Society, basket- ball, add fun-loving and a smile, and you have "Faysie," but don't let that "fayse" you. Other phases of her activity are Hillside, read- ing, and playing records. Her next phase is secretarial. Activities: Library Aide l, lntra- murals I, National Honor Society 3, Amptennian 3. NN T 3 . . Frank Filipovits Northampton Academic The "young man with the horn" of our class is Frank. We can frankly say that Frank iust about literally blew his way through school in the band, the dance band, and the basketball band. On the outside, "Flip" does a flip, his diversionary activities are sports - bowling, baseball, and football. Just how else he'll flip is anybody's guess. Activities: Band l, 2, 3, Dance Band l, 2, 3. ,C 1 ""' Paul A. Frack Northampton General "Dutch," an enthusiastic fisher- man and mechanic, spends much of his time at the Race Street gas station in Catty. He has also ex- hibited some interest in meteor- ology. Perhaps this is why he is gravitating toward the Air Force. Activities: Meteorology Club 2, 3. in our tnfnds. , .... . , ..... ..... . ... .... Allen L. Fogel Moore Township Secretarial A dead ringer for the Beatles is Allen - and he likes to sing as well. Otherwise he's small, tricky, and about as congenial as they come. He's an addict of hunting, fishing, and the latest Beatle- approved fashions. What he'll do with these when he puts on a uni- form is anybocly's guess. Activities: Chorus 1, 2, Vespers l, 2: Spring Concert l, 2, Meteor- ology Club 3. Diane Folland Northampton Academic Normally candid, courteous, and calm, Diane does a complete turnover on the hockey field. Like- wise, her demure demeanor belies a truly active nature - look at her singing on the chorus, for exam- ple. With such an array of attri- butes, what chance does business school have? Activities: Chorus l, 2, 3, Vespers l, 2, 3, Spring Concert l, 2, 3, Intramurals I, Amptennian 3, Hockey 3. ss -. -. - - -sc ?"S W, . ss . sings.. , , X 4.9 Susan E. Fogle Northampton Academic Statuesque and supple, serious but with a sly, sparkling wit at times singed with cynicism, is Su- sie. Extremely active and capable, Susie's forever running - to en- semble, to study science, work on Amptennian layout, and a million other things. We expect she'll run - clear to Kutztown. Activities: Chorus 1, 2, 3, Vespers l, 2, 3, Spring Concert l, 2, 3, Ensemble l, 2, 3, Mixed Ensemble 1, 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, N Club 3, Senior Class Play 3, Amptennian 3, Intramurals 'l. Bruce R. Fox Bath Industrial Arts What ever happened to those two front teeth? "Sabertooth," field and stream man, spends his summers swimming and his win- ters shooting pool. Butch, our toothless teenager, wants to spend years with the Navy and Electronics School. Activities: Football l, Track l, 2, 3, Wrestling l, 3. page 35 Rose Marie Flick Lehigh Township Secretarial Tall, Rosie is not only gentle and se- date, she possesses about as infi- nite a patience as anyone could - all this with a constantly cheerful disposition and ready smile. She studies and attends everything at school. This Miss can't miss as a bookkeeper or clerk. striking and brunette, Betty Frey East Allen Township General To Betty belongs the bid for the beauty of inner serenity and out- ward cheer. She cooks, sews, does baby sitting, and frequents the Bell Diner. She also practices on her own - and her 'friends' - hair in anticipation of cosmetolo- gy school. Activities: Fashion Show I, 2, 3, Art Exhibit 2, Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2. if . J-of sax? Cathy L. Gabel Cherryville Academic She's reserved and studious in class, shy around strangers, but among her scores of friends, Cathy loses her constraint. Always orderly, first comes school work, then reading, swimming, and rec- ords. Next in order are college and teaching - English, of course. Activities: German Club l, Amp- tennian 3. .lames I.. Gardner Pennsville Academic Quiet, almost to the point of shyness, is Jimmy - until sports come up for discussion - you hear from him then! He does more than talk about them, he plays a lot of football and basket- ball 'round about, but he reads a lot too. He's got a roundabout route to college, via the Air Force. 'sa :sf Long, toilsome years, William H. Frey Northampton Academic He appears outwardly quiet and inostentatious, but by his own admission Willie is "strong, handsome, brilliant, but not boast- tuI." Tops in scholarship, cartoon- ing, and in the band, Willie also excels in self-expression. Num- bers fascinate him enough to war- rant a career in mathematics. Activities: Band l, 2, 3, Dance Band i, 2, 3, National Honor So- ciety 2, 3, Amptennian 3, Quill and Scroll 3, Junior Speaking Contest 2, Concrete Courier 2, 3, Band iDistrict and Regional, 2. wxgfig, ,,.. . . . in . . fs W' S1 'tm 'Q' f qua!" -up-P Manuela Gasper Lehigh Township Secretarial it's impossible to mistake "Mani" - supple, sweet, slinky - not to mention statuesque. A dis- ciple of bright lights and gaiety, you find her brunette beauty in demand as a college campus queen. She wants to incorporate the Mani and the queen for man- nequin in the glittering world of baubles, bangles, and beads. Activities: Gym Club l, 2, Gym Exhibition l, Intramurals l, Tri- Hi-Y 2. page Dorothy Mae Fritz Moore Township General When you take a combination like luxurious brown hair, guile- less blue eyes, a warm disposi- tion, and a contagious laugh and pour them all into a candy strip- er's uniform, you've something that's definitely devastating, it's devastating Dottie! Besides candy- striping, Dottie models clothes, talks, and has fun. With all this, Dottie should make a devastating practical nurse. Activities: F. H. A. 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Library Club 3, Fashion Show I, 2, 3. at .avi-it N--fu' .J 1-S T? . . 12 Delores Gaultier Berlinsville General Delores is the epitome of quiet composure and demure demean- or, topped off by dark brown hair. She also epitomizes the home arts, cooking and sewing. Her footwork gets her to all the dances, her needlework to the fashion shows - both of them will get her to Paris - Neckwear, that is. Activities: Future Homemakers of America 2, Fashion Show l, 2. 36 iff .- as-:H . ,fs i .ae '27 Janet Gabryluk Northampton Secretarial Who's the iocular, iabbering iokester? Janet, of course, Sports -'from gym to hockey to rid- ing - are her weaknesses, if you can call it that. She has a weak- ness tor Hillside too, but has de- veloped weaknesses for the sphere of the secretary - or cos- metologist. Activities: Gym Club I, 2, 3, Fashion Show I, Intramurals l, Gym Exhibition l, 2, 3, Girls Bas- ketball 2, 3, Hockey 3. John Gasper Bath General On the gridiron, Gasper's a ball of fire, our co-captain and ace pass catcher. Otherwise, he's John the iokester. He alternates be- tween the Bath Pool Room and Lou's. He has an aversion to shoe polish - check his hair and trousers, too. Activities: Football l, 2, ico-cap- tainl 3, Wrestling l. Us 'using was linda Jane Geiling East Allen Township Secretarial How anyone as "tiny" as Linda can eat so much is a mystery. Look for a bobbing, blonde head wrapping itself 'round steaks and hoagies at the Oasis. Linda's keen for fashions, stock car races, driv- ing - and her own beauty shop. Activities: Intramurals l, Fashion Show l, Future Homemakers of America 2' Drama Club 2 Steven Gerny Northampton A bag smile and friendly Hel lo presage Cow our good looking class Romeo A three year homeroom president h ou standing qualities are sports oa ing and clowning Northampton s loss will be business school s gain Activities Football I 2 Trackl , . Academic . . . ,, - .. ,, ., I . ' , is t- . . . I I f- . . , I Q - I . : , , . x.,- . all packaged neatly . . . Michael Gavura Northampton Academic Everybody likes Mike, the guy with the magnetic manner and the infectious grin, and he likes everybody. He likes the out- doors - hunting, football, base- ball. Mostly he likes to experi- ment, usually under the hood of a late model car. Mentally, he's experimenting with electronics and the Air Force. Activities: Track 2, Football Man- ager l, 3. Harvey A. Gehret Northampton General One of the most pleasant, un- assuming, kind-hearted and sin- cere fellows around the school is Harvey. Better known as "Moose," he's an enthusiast of sports like football, baseball, and basketball, but you should really hear him bellow "Fore," on the golf course. Here's a "pro" who's "go- go-go." Activities: Meteorology Club 2, 3. 1 Mary Ann Glennon Northampton General Silver-haired Mary, with her little-girl smile and her ever-ready gab, is known far and wide - to everyone. The crowds, at Don's Coffee House and at the Ritz, are spellbound when she breaks into the latest dance step. Look for Mary wheeling by in her GTO - or on her Honda. page Lynn I. Gogel Allen Township Secretarial Don't let Lynn's dark hair, gay laughter, and sweet smile fool you, she's a slave driver, as her colleagues on Amptennian Busi- ness Staff learned. An honor stu- dent, Lynn's always busy - baby- sitting, dancing, singing with the church choir, or studying for A's. She's studying to be an A-1 sec- retary as well. Activities: Amptennian 3, Usher- ette 2, Honor Society 2, 3. 37 .ig if ' aggxgse-5 K 11 E ' - QQ! i . Paula Gergel Northampton Secretarial Big brown eyes, warm smile - who else could it be but Paula? One of the most ardent backers of anything connected- with school, you can depend on seeing Paula at every activity, whether a dance, a football game, art, or Amptennian. Soon you'll see her as a beautician. Activities: Art Exhibit 2, 3, Amp- tennian 3, Intramurals l. Wayne T. Getz Northampton General The only thing that seems to at- tract any glimmer of recognition from Wayne is a car. Cars are his life, and when he's behind the wheel, his spirit is as high as his speed. As you'd expect, h'e's al- ways at the drags. Maybe he's practicing to chase cars as a trooper. Charles A. Graver Moore Township General Graver is generally a sight for sore eyes in his customary cos- tume: greasy coveralls with blond curls emerging from the one ex- tremity and blue boots from the other. Much sought after, he is usually the obiect of a daily in- tercom search. He asks nothing of life except greasy hands. -e 'tv V-TI" my Bonnie L. Hahn Danielsville Secretarial Bonnie, the possessor of a con- tagious chuckle, announces her- self with a happy "Hi" and al- ways leaves cheer in her wake. A trouble-shooter by nature, she never refuses anyone a helping hand. Bonnie and her Ford con- vertible are inseparable, you'll usually find them in Slatington or at Lloyd's. She's converting her- self for a secretary's desk. Activities: Intramurals ly Tri-Hi-Y 2. into golden memories. Caroline M. Greener Moore Township Secretarial Loads of fun and lots of laughs - that's Caroline. Never is there a quiet moment with her, she's always bubbling with interests, among them the Blue Lantern. She's bubbling with hopes too - mostly the hope of being a secre- tary. Activities: Tri-Hi-Y 2, Intramurals I. Paulette Groff East Allen Township Secretarial Long, shiny hair, sparkling eyes, and a warm, friendly smile are Paulette's trademarks, especially if you add a dash of mischief and devil-may-care. Right now, she does a lot of riding - either her horse or her red Chevy - but the word has it that she's rein- ing toward that secretary's chair. Activities: Fashion Show 2: Con- crete Courier 3. Esisss,5s...., , -r.. is 1 ,extremist ,x - g...r.-sw., - . 4 Dianne M. Griesemer Northampton Academic Where there's music, there's Dianne: beating bongos or execut- ing the latest dance steps. This pint-size pixie is a whiz in classes as well as winning friends. Her aspiring nature will drive "Dizzy" to achieve her goal as a Spanish teacher. Activities: Amptennian I: Chorus I, 2, 3: Vespers I, 2, 3, Spring Concert I, 2, 35 Library Aide lg Intramurals I: Art Exhibit I. Jacob J. Gruber Moore Township Academic If there's anyone who's the pic- ture of contentment, it's "Jakie." Always ready with a helping hand, he's also one of the most willing fellows we know. If he's not studying, he's tinkering with cars, and his hands are mechanical magic. He's looking for a place where he can work on a lot of vehicles: the Army has 'em. page 38 Norman H. Graver East Allen Township General The acme of practical versatility is Graver. If he's not working on the farm, he's fashioning wood or metal, driving the truck, doing electrical work, or in school. Along with his yen for ioking and having fun, he has a yen to be a carpenter or electrician. Robert G. Handwerk Lehigh Township Industrial Arts Fun-loving, carefree, and mas- ter of the art of doing nothing, "Bones" has two favorite sounds - the roar of his car's Lincoln ei gine and the smack of pool balls. If he's not at the Bath pool room, he's hunting, working on his car, or gorging himself at Lloyd's gi station. What this has to do wit contracting we don't know, bi he's cued up for it. Activities: Amptennian 3. David L. Hangen Northampton Academic Need cheering up? Tell "Hig- gins" and he's sure to hit you with one of his truly original iokes. He enioys eating at Hillside and playing tennis and basketball. He thinks he might iust enioy teaching history or being a diesel mechanic. Activities: Basketball l, 2, 3. X "".:"" Sandra- A. Heffelfinger Lehigh Township General As friendly as they come, San- dy is also never at a loss for words. Where her car is, that's where Sandy is, and you'll usually find it parked at DeeVille or the Blue Lantern. lf you can forecast where her car will be from here on in, you'll be able to complete the pattern. Activities: Fashion Show I, Future Homemakers of America 2. The reunion . .. . Q.,-jvsss-Q-Q--Q - sa's -on .6 ...W .,, Q. . ,X .. ,, N3 Xxx Q... .... M Judy Hauck Lehigh Township Academic The halls erupt, laughter shrieks - yes, it's Judy on her usual ioyful iuggernaut down through the iungle. Red-headed, witty, charming - and devilish - this bombshell either delights or frustrates everyone else with her frightfully frank appraisals. Heav- en help the world of fashion de- sign! Activities: Chorus ig Vespers lp Spring Concert lj Student Council 25 Art Exhibit i, 2, 3, Ampten- nian 3. Linda Eileen Heckman Chapman Quarries General Short brown thatch with eyes to match, Linda's not only lively, but lucid and lively. She vocifer- ously works in Bath, dances up a storm at the Point Phillips Club, and swims Cin season, of coursel. There's no doubt about it, she'll talk herself into a iob, maybe more. 1 Activities: Fashion Show l, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Future Homemakers of America 2, 3. ii 4' Qi" Elaine L. Heckman Moore Township Secretarial Meet Elaine, and you'll always remember a pair of laughing brown eyes and a contagious gig- gle. Always on the go, she's either reading, dancing, or riding around Nazareth with her friends. Now she's heading for a secre- tarial or practical nursing career. Activities: Tri-Hi-Y 2, Intramurals l. Richard P. Heffelfinger Moore Township Academic Hefty, handsome, and hard- working, "Heffie" is definitely one of our more urbane col- leagues, a far cry from the grid- iron, where he's a tough, shifty, fast fullback always good for a score. His courtly manners, friend- ly smile, and good nature are likewise sure to score with people. With a combination like this, he must score in college. Activities: Football l, 2, 3, Wrestl- ing 2, Student Council 2, Amp- tennian 3, N Club 3. A page 39 Wayne Harding Bath Secretarial Harding - healthy, husky, and happy - is the epitome of the athletic male. Wayne blends his bountiful, bulging biceps with football, N Club, Spaar's Lunch- eonette, and circulating 'round the races. He wants to circulate 'round the globe - in the Navy. Activities: Football l, 2, 3, N Club 3. . .3 T 135 uf N- r . vs 31M 'stu Linda A. Heffintrayer Moore Township General As cute as candy is "Heff." Sometimes she looks the part as well, for Linda serves as a candy striper at Northampton Hospital. This is as dandy as candy with Heff - so dandy she wants to change the stripes but not the uniform - as a practical nurse. Activities: Hockey 3, Fashion Show l, 2, 3, Future Homemakers of America 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2. Keith E. Henritzy Lehigh Township General They don't call him "Happy" Henritzy, but when he's around a car they might as well. Usually he works on cars, but sometimes he drops around to the Slatington pool room or attempts a date. Neither of these diversions are too successful - he wears the brand of the greasy hand. Janice M. Herd Moore Township Academic A versatile, vivacious, vixen is Herd, vexatious too at times. Our head maiorette - and top twirl- er - she literally herds writing, reading, selling, Methodist youth into her spinning schedule. Her baton's poised to herd a master's degree. Activities: Maiorette l, 2, Cheadl 3, Amptennian 3, N Club 3. iraq: I of Ifwo score and ten years . . . Karen Heitzman Moore Township Secretarial Can you imagine what a stew- ardess' saucy chapeau, crowning Karen's brown eyes and hair'll do? She's thinking of it, but IBM has a fascination too. As 'for Kar- en, she fascinates people, and she's always doing something like reading, writing, dancing or rid- ing horseback. Activities: Drama Club 2, Fashion Show l, Concrete Courier 3. Joseph F. Herschman Allen Township Industrial Arts From the crown of his kinky hair to his soles, "Big Joe" is a great big bundle of fun. School is sports, he plays football and watches everything else. Other- wise he's under the hood of his '57 Chevy. He's practicing for the rest of his life - under the hood of somebody's car. Activities: N Club 2, 3, Football l, 2, 3, Wrestling l, Track l. page Terry Henning Lehigh Township General There are few people as merry as Terry, as energetic and earnest, yet so consistently courteous. He's happiest when he's a-field, hunt- ing or fishing, but tackles work of any kind with equal zest. He'd best save some zest when he goes to work for his uncle - Sam, that is. ":.-- if . a i fi.: xg .ue Brenda J. Hoch Moore Township Academic She has a philosophy: "Make a decision and follow through." Who but Brenda would be both a cat lover and an aspiring mathe- matician? Who but Brenda would get up early Saturdays to wash cars? Activities: Vespers l, Spring Con- cert I, Art Exhibit l, 2, 3, Con- crete Courier l, 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 3, Library Club 2, 3, Chor- us l. 40 l 62? Robert H. Henry Bath Academic One of our ultimates in urban- ity, "Hendry" is equally at home in any situation - school, society, sports, or the great out-of-doors. He throws a half-nelson on any- thing he tackles, from scouting to studying, and everything's engi- neered with "Hendry" humor. He's engineering to pin an engi- neering degree. Activities: National Honor Society 2, 3, Amptennian 3, Wrestling I, 2, 3, Track 3, Physical Fitness Team 3, Fashion Show 3. Mark A. Herman Danielsville Academic In the mood for a serenade? Hand him a trumpet and Herman will gladly comply. High "C" doesn't strain him and neither does fishing, hunting, or attain- ing the National Honor Society, for that matter. He'll make his "Mark" in Mechanical Engineer- ing, too. Activities: Band l, 2, 3, Dance Band l, 2, 3, National Honor So- ciety 3. Joyce Hottle East Allen Township General To say Joyce is appropriately named would be the understate- ment of our time. With eyes and exuding exuberance, never fails to iettison ioy everyone in her presence. she slows down to read or babysit. There's iob for Joy at Mary's Fashions. Fashion Show lp Future of America 2, 3. Ramona K. Hregician Northampton General Blonde and tawny-eyed, "Ron- ney" usually wears a bright smile in keeping with her gentle dis- position and desire to please. She reads, collects photos of movie stars and stuffed animals, or wends her way to the Roxy. She's thinking of changing the wend to a wand - with a beautician's Future Homemakers of 2: Fashion Show l, 2. 3. y.-fl Years Patricia D. Hontz Treichlers Secretarial Patsy's the girl with the bright blue eyes, golden hair, smiling countenance, and sunny disposi- tion. A staunch school supporter, she attends everything. She's also a swimmer, Luther Leaguer, and car cruiser. Pat's planning to launch a cruise through beauti- cian school. Activities: Library Club l, 2, Li- brary Aide l, 2. -- a. via-S-:N , Q Patricia A. Keeler Moore Township General Giggling is oftimes a sign of trouble, and where you find "Top," you'll usually find both. A bright-eyed funster, she even giggles on water skiis. Top's look- ing to the top in one of a couple ways: on top of the world as an airline stewardess, or the top of milady's head as a beautician. Activities: Drama Club 2: Future Homemakers of America 2, 3: Fashion Show l, 2, 3: Art Exhibit l, 2. ofjoy... Mary Elizabeth Horst Northampton Academic You can't beat "Betsy" - whether as a booster, book- worm, or broker. She does every- thing well - especially music - and you should hear her sing. She likes art and tennis, but mostly Horst likes wagons - Volkswagons, that is. Betsy likes English and law, too: they offer both at Elizabethtown. Activities: Chorus l, 2, 3: Ensem- ble l, 2, 3: Vespers I, 2, 3, Spring Concert l, 2, 3: N Club 3: Nation- al Honor Society 31 District Chorus 3: Regional Chorus 2: State Chor- us 2: Art Exhibit l, 2. Ronald E. Keglovits Allen Township General One of the real nature boys of the class, Ron usually has his eyes set on the horizon and his mind on the forest primeval. A-field, he's happy-go-lucky, whether hunting, fishing, or trapping, and he does 'em all. In between, you might find him at Hartzell's. Where you'll find him from here on in is anybody's guess. page 4I fir ' 71653, , .iq wt ig ' Alex Hradkowsky Northampton Academic Blond and boisterous, but as staunch a bulwark as you'll find, Alex is practically our No. I prac- tical ioker. Golf is his No. l weak- ness, although the "Dip" and tak- ing a spin are close seconds. After dipping and spinning so much, and after college, it's only natural he'd want to dip and spin - in the Air Force. Activities: Football l, 2, Student Council l, Paul .l. Humenik Northampton Academic What? An animated,,automated trombone? Impossible: look close- ly behind it, there's "Peanut" stroking the slip-horn. His stature may be small, but Paul does a man-size iob of all he tackles - Dotter's Trotters, for example. His smiling, bespectacled counte- nance, plus ready wit, plus read- ing ability equal teacher. Activities: Basketball Manager l, 2, 3: Art Exhibit lp Band l, 2, 3, Chorus l. Joan E. Keller Bath Academic Who's the bouncy blonde who's usually busily buzzing 'n' beeing in the art room? Joanie, of course. She adores pickles and puppies, and, barefoot, of a sum- mer's day, is wont to wend her way along the Delaware to water ski or wield her paint brush. As for Joanie, it's art today, tomor- row, forever. Activities: Chorus I, 2, 3, Ensem- ble l, 2, 3, Vespers l, 2, 3, Spring Concert I, 2, 3, Student Council 2, National Honor Society 2, 3, Amptennian 3, Art Exhibit I, 2, 3, Science Fair 'l, 3. 137 2" e ' a to ,4" Rebecca A. Kilgore East Allen Township Academic Don't let Becky's big baby blue eyes and demure demeanor fool you. Behind this mask of inno- cence lies a sly, nimble wit, wait- ing to trap innocent souls, like Amptennian advisers. She reads and dances, but seeks psychology. lt's Penn State to train those eyes, the better you to psychoanalyze. Activities: Chorus l, 2, Spring Concert I, 2, Vespers l, 2, Ush- erette 2, Amptennian Kco-editorj 3, Stage Crew 3, Intramurals I, Student Council 3, Art Exhibit l, 3. rind sorrow. larry A. Kemmerer Bath Academic Larry is also known as "Loren- zo" - anyone in Spanish IV will tell you why. A pleasant and io- vial chap, he's also an active Eagle Scout, and he likes hunting and fishing - pool too. At times, you'll find him in Nazareth. Right now he's pooling his resources to engineer an education so he can be an engineer. Activities: Art Exhibit 2, Student Council 3. Charles G. Kern Jr. Northampton Industrial Arts The kernel of Kern's very ex- istence is cars, he does every- thing but eat 'em. If he isn't driv- ing them, he's fixing them, and if he isn't fixing them, he's look- ing for something to fix. One of the better known gas iockeys of the class, he can be found iockeying gas at Lentz's. If this doesn't keep him geared up, nothing will. was Carol Kereb Northampton Secretarial About as talented - and as busy - as anyone we know, Car- ol is interested in, and does about everything: sports, studies, paint- ing, teaching Sunday school. She's art editor of the Courier, and her pencil marks magically make mir- acles. What this all has to do with airline personnel we don't know, but we're sure this Miss can't miss. Activities: Concrete Courier 2, 3, Amptennian 3, National Honor So- ciety 3, N Club 3, Quill and Scroll 3, Art Exhibit 2, 3, Intra- murals I. Larry A. Kern Allen Township General Give him a pencil and paper, and you'll be surprised with what "Neuron" coniures up, you could say he's quite a sketch! Anyway, the Courier has him doing it. He also likes to build model cars, col- lect automotive magazines, and drop in at Fries' store. For Larry, though, it's art all the way - and he's on the way. Activities: Concrete Courier 3. So K. page 42 Edward D. Kemmerer Cherryvllle Industrial Arts Ed has two loves - building and racing model cars - and they occupy iust about all his time. Of course, there's related activity like go-kart races, stock car races working on cars including the hunts to iunkyards, and such. This is "Duck's" whole life and he aims to carry on from a me- chanic's workbench. '4SY?YY?iii'. i 1 fssgigfe. -.. W. Q-9' Dennis S. King Northampton General Tall, affable, handsome, humo ous, and spirited - as royalty should be - is King. As for his subiects, school, that is, they're absolutely no bother to King. Cars craze him, but King's next phase is wings - the Air Force. Elaine Ann Kleinschuster Moore Townhip Academic Consistently cheerful and cap- tivating, Kleinschuster's constantly composing copy for the Courier, or noting something or other for National Honor. Some other things of note are ice skating, swimming, tennis, and reading. Increasingly noteworthy for Elaine are Moravian College and biolo- 9Y- Activities: Chorus l, Vespers l, Spring Concert l, Concrete Cour- ier l, 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 3. 2. 3 Kathleen E. Kohler Moore Township Secretarial Animatedly alive is Kathy, the girl with the infectious giggle. She likes to be on the move, and move she does, buzzing to parks or around Bethlehem, or wrapping herself around steaks at the Blue Lantern. She really moves around on that typewriter as well. Activities: National Honor Society 3. Flozirishirzg, prosperous times, Ronald F. Klipple Northampton Academic Football's been more than a passing fancy for "Klip," as our quarterback he's been the fancy passer - a real mainstay on the team. This goes for basketball and track as well. As for the sports he doesn't play, he's an ardent rooter, this is no passing fancy. Meanwhile, dentistry has become more than passing fancy. Activities: Football l, 2, 3, Bas- ketball I, 2, 3, Track l, 2, N Club 3, Amptennian 3, Class Vice Pres- ident 2, 3. Geraldine Ann Kocher Lehigh Township General A combination of blonde hair and warm smile -that's Gerry. A truly active girl, you can look for this combination flashing by on the ice or roller rink, or emerging from the pool. How to combine practical nursing with beauty cul- ture is a real problem, but if there's a way, Gerry'll find it. Activities: Fashion Show l, 2, 3, Make-up Crew 2, 3. audit P599 P lik '3....,..' ""Y' Linda D. Koch Northampton Academic Pleasant, thoughtful, and sin- cere, Koch also possesses one of the most beautiful voices in school, she's the mezzo soprano of the girls ensemble. Always ready to lend a helping hand, Linda will never say "No" to any! one in trouble. You can count on her taking her helping hand into her history classes, we're sure. Activities: Amptennian l, 3, Intra- murals l, Art Exhibit l, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Vespers l, 2, 3, Spring Concert l, 2, 3, Girls En' semble 2, 3, Mixed Ensemble 3. Larry G. Kocher Moore Township Academic As any true devotee of the out-of-doors, "Butch" spends ev- ery moment possible hunting, fishing, or communing with na- ture. Though happy and carefree, he can be diligent, as he is on his shift at DeeVille, He's maneuver- ing to shift to the State Police. 43 David Charles Kline Moore Township Academic Quiet and composed, pleasant and cheerful, Dave's never at sea about anything - he's learned the secret of total tranquility without Yogi. Speaking of sea - you ought to see his cartoons, mate, he can even draw water. He plays football, runs, swims, hunts, but he hankers for - the sea. I Q5 'Y'-'ns N. .. :L Anthony J. Kohlhauser Northampton Secretarial Tony, also known as "Tiger" - by his own modest confession - is the "Compleat captivator" of the female heart. He serenades them "sweetly" with his guitar - which we understand he picked up at Bob Kosc's Trading Post - and they promptly swoon. He'll need all the "git" and "tar" he can pick up, he picked the State Police. Activities: Football l, 2, 3, Track I, 2, 3. JoAnn Krell Bath Secretarial Quiet but fun-loving, JoAnn's the cute blonde with the instant blush. "Josie" ice skates, babysits, reads, or curls up in front of the T.V. She envisions her curls up from behind a secretary's desk. Christina L. Kugler Switzerland Academic Raven hair, twinkling eyes, sparkling smile - a friend to ev- eryone - these and more charac- terize AChristina, Northampton's first exchange student. Our Swiss Miss swims, skiis, plays in the band, enioys opera, serves as a girl scout leader, dances, and a host of other things. When she completes her teacher prepara- tion, she wants to study in uni- versities all over the world. Activities: Band 3. 981 I-fours of aclzieuenzenz' . . . Gail Kramer Northampton Academic Gail's the gal with ideas for sale, paint brushes that flail, and a nature that's hale. She's in ev- evrything, and with piano, danc- ing, and art for good measure, Gail whips up a storm. She'll modulate into a gentle breeze, we expect, in her classroom. Activities: Chorus l, 2, 3, Girls Ensemble l, 2, 3, Vespers l, 2, 3, Spring Concert l, 2, 3, Art Exhi- bit i, 2, 3, National Honor Soci- ety 2, 3, lntramurals I, N Club 3, Amptennian 3, Class Secretary 3, District Chorus 3. S S as S Thomas J. Lahovski Northampton Academic His share of cheers has been heard by "Ears," the co-captain of our pigskineers. Never far in ar- rears, he's usually a captain of his peers, such as serving as presi- dent of Student Council. On the side, he stacks shelves at Coplay Foodlanes. All these require con- siderable drill, so does the dental profession - or the Air Force. Activities: Football l, 2, 3, Wrestl- ing l, Track 'l, 2, 3, Amptennian 3, Student Council l, QPresidentJ 3, Gym Club l, National Honor Society 3. sa Nancy A. Kratzer Lehigh Township Academic Quiet? Sure, but don't let that fool you, Nancy's always ready for fun. It's also easy to see that she enjoys everything she does, from Courier and library work to teaching a Sunday School class. Her interest in children and her willingness to help people have Nancy headed for an elementary classroom. Activities: Chorus 'l, Vespers l, 3, Spring Concert l, Concrete Cour- ier l, 2, Quill 81 Scroll 3, Library Club l, 2, 3, Art Exhibit l, 2, Li- brary Aide l, 2, 3. . 'Q f- -:5,s..?g'gE5:': . iii? 5 f. s 1'aiV?ETE'f'f Si" Y 'ST fl 2 .... Betty Jane Lakey Chapman Quarries Academic Tall and blithe, Betty Jane gives the impression of being one of those quiet individuals, but can she open up when the occasion arrives! Several of these occasions are presented by the chorus and ensemble, she opens up there, Betty's also busy with church work. Wait 'til she opens up her schoolroom every day. Activities: Chorus I, 2, 3, Spring Concert i, 2, 3, Vespers l, 2, 3, Ensemble 2, 3. Page 44 Joan Krock Lehigh Township Academic A personality that re-echoes the thunder of Rachmaninoff or the caress of Van Gogh's brush has Joanie, guitars and Russian liter- ature nod agreement. Explosive but serene, she is daisies, a kitten, warm rain, romping children unique. Recognized for her vi- brant literary ability our litt Steinbeck's West Chester road bound. Activities: Chorus I, 2, Vespers I, 2, Spring Concert l, 2, Stude Council 2, 3, Amptennian 3, Co crete Courier 3, National Hon Society 3, Quill and Scroll 3. Kathryn S. Kulp Northampton Secretarial A real cutie's Kulpy - Kath that is. Radiating pep, she nev fails to rouse a resounding i sponse to her resonant "Read O!" Busy? She's in everythin from chorus to gym team, babysitting, to teaching Sund School. Anyone as lithesome she'll have no trouble t ing to business college to secretary. Activities: Gym Team l, 2, 3, Club 2, 3, Basketball N 3, Hockey Manager 3, Class parachute. Geronimo! Frank W. laufik Northampton General Tall, dark, agile, Frank is exact- ly what you'd expect him to be from this description - a whirl- ind on the court. Besides basket- all, he's a trackster but likes all ports. He does all right with a rush and palette as well, so well e may iust do some dabbling ith commercial art. ctivities: Basketball I, 2, 3, Track ,3. Marlene Ann Leiby Bath Secretarial Both maiestic and mannequin- is Marlene, and she's iust as as she is striking. Some this talent gets funneled into some to Girl Scouts, to National Honor, our pub- the stage - the eating to Hillside. Ever im- she'll do an impeccable of teaching or bookkeeping. Concrete Courier 3, Speaking Contest 2, Amp- 3, Art Exhibit 2, National Society 3. 43' 'lv' and moments of bereafuement . .. Patricia Ann Lalik Northampton General This is "Trish," the cute dish who's blondish and has eyes that are bluish. She's always learning new dance steps - then trying them out, of course - modeling her own fashions or trying the menu at Miller's diner. Her own menu includes a choice between beauty culture and practical nurs- ing. Activities: Fashion Show l, 2, 3, Intramurals l. David Lerch Northampton Academic Dashing, determined, and dar- ing is Dave, the lad with plenty of drive. His animated blond head is everywhere - at Lentz's, in the pool, wrapped around a hamburg- er at Hillside, or behind the shot- put. A degree is his determina- tion, and he's driving for college. Activities: N Club 3, Track 2, 3, Art Exhibit 2. Jendy J. Laub Northampton Academic She's blonde, she's bright-eyed and beautiful, she's Jendy, which also means she's a petite package of pep with a mind to match. Gymnastics, mental or the paral- lel bars, for example, pose no more problem than the pool to this aquatic acrobat. Neither, we expect, does trading in her stuffed animals for physical thera- PY- Activities: Hockey 3, Science Fair l, Art Exhibit l, Gym Exhibition l, 2, 3, Intramurals 'I, Fashion Show 3. 11 Q.. Stella Louise lerch Allen Township Secretarial A sweet girl with a sweet dis- position is Stella, and she has one of the sweetest voices in school, where she's been a mainstay of the ensembles and the chorus. For her, life in these halls has been music. You can bet your sweet life she'll transpose beauty culture or practical nursing into composi- tions of note. Activities: Chorus l, 2, 3, Girls Ensemble I, 2, 3, Mixed Ensemble 2, 3, Intramurals I, Vespers I, 2, 3, Spring Concert l, 2, 3, District Chorus 3. Page 45 N Dennis W. Laury Northampton Industrial Arts "Buck" is the last of the leg- endary Laurys - all fabulous five of them. Like his equally brawny brothers, Laury heaped addition- al fame upon a famed name and fear to his opponents on the mat. He also works out on the Central school grounds or lifts weights. Buck's waiting to work out on the Big Mat. Activities: Wrestling I, 2, 3. Linda E. leindecker Northampton Secretarial Carefree and talkative, that's "Leiny." Constantly on the go, she can be found pounding a typewriter for Courier and Amp- tennian or iust having fun with the gang. This honor student is sure to be a success as an airline stewardess or a secretary. Activities: Chorus I, Vespers I, Spring Concert .l, Intramurals I, Concrete Courier 2, 3, Ampten- nian 3, Quill and Scroll 3, Nation- al Honor Society 3. me-aff' is Raymond H. Lindenmoyer Allen Township General "Hey, look at this penny!" Without looking you know it's Pinky, our cognizant coin collec- tor, on the scent of a cent. He's already collected a commendable character and he's constantly con- tributing it to the Youth Fellow- ship and the Boy Scouts. What kind of a career he'll collect, though, is currently coniecture. Activities: Science Fair l. fi? 'K -S25 Mary Ann Marakovits Northampton Secretarial Merry and mannerly match Mary right down to the last "M," which could be either matchless or Marakovits. Her passions are plentiful: movies, dancing, parties, records, going places with the girls, and - National Honor So- ciety. Mary's moment of great de- cision is here: school or secretary. Activities: National Honor Society 2, 3, N Club 3, Intramurals l, Amptennian 3. But always . . . 'QUT Karen R. Long Bath Secretarial One of our delightful, diminu- tive damsels is Karen, who's as cute as they come. She has "Jeanie's" light-brown hair, and Civil War eyes: blue-gray. With these she wars on helpless males during dates. She also likes read- ing, movies, and business offices. Activities: Intramurals l. Virginia Jane Mackes Point Phillips General Petite and perky, Ginny's a con- firmed brunette whose sunny smile is a standard greeting for everyone. An all-around outdoor lover, she swims in the summer- time and skates in the wintertime. Of a night, she babysits, listens to records, or goes to Klipple's store. For what's in store for Gin- ny, you guess. Activities: Future Homemakers of America 2. Y K W Q gainful 10 F. Keith Longenbach Northampton Academic With dark hair, dark eyes and dark suit, Keith must've been a very proper Congressional page. From page he's since turned to wrestling, but the urbanity he learned takes him to the golf links regularly. He's also learned the delights of diplomacy enough to take the stump to college, then to the people. Activities: Wrestling l, 2, 3, Sci- ence Club l. Leona Mann Lehigh Township Secretarial Light-hearted and lively, Leor:a's always ready for a lark. For one with such an airy personality, it is only natural she should be in- terested in music, she sings airs in the chorus and in her church choir. There are also other church activities and - dancing. lt'll be more air after the Humboldt Insti- tute and the airlines. Activities: Chorus l, 2, 3, Vespers l, 2, 3, Spring Concert l, 2, 3, Intramurals l. page 46 Brian D. Lloyd Lehigh Township Academic Lackadaisical and light-hearted, "Lloydy" is the laughing boy of the class. This, of course, deepens his dimples and these, together with his curly locks, makes him about the cutest wrestler on the team. He's either floating in his father's restaurant or floating around Palmerton in the Ford. He'd like to float from the sky by parachute. Geronimo. Activities: Wrestling I, 2, 3, Foot- ball 'l, Track 'l, Gym Club l, Class Vice President i, Class Treasurer 2. in N..- Loretta Marcks Northampton Secretarial Heaven help the male popula- tion of America if the movies ever discover Loretta, she'll pulverize 'em with her blonde hair and green eyes. Furthermore, she's setting the stage now at the Hill- top, the Diner, Hillside, and Ritz. lt could be she's setting her stage for social work as well. Activities: Amptennian 3, lntra murals l. William A. E. Marencik .Ir. A I Northampton General One of the strong, silent - and e might add suave and smooth esides - type is Bill. A man of ction rather than words, you ught to see him at the Good teer handling a steak, or tieing lies, working on engines, model ars, water skiing, hunting or fish- ng, for that matter. Blue's his fav- rite color, whether on his paint- Erush, uniform, or in the water. Y? elf, Patricia Ann Martin Allen Township Secretarial Take one pretty girl: add onde hair, a cute smile, and esto, there's Pat. Where is she? orking at Hillside, horseback ing, reading at home, or typing r church's Youth Fellowship inutes. Where will she be? ln siness school or behind a sec- tary's desk, of course. tivities: Fashion Show l, intra- rals l, Amptennian 3, Senior ass Play 3. and through all.. mg... il! Nancy E. Marsh Moore Township Secretarial Shining brown hair surround- ing a sincere smile and pervaded by a perky personality, these are the nuances of Nancy, who never says, "No." That is, she never says "No" to her 4-H Club, the Girl Scouts, or - dancing at the Com- munity Center or a steak at Hill- side. Her response will be the same to IBM School or that desk. Activities: Chorus l, Vespers l, Spring Concert i, Intramurals l, Concrete Courier 2, 3, Ampten- nian 3, Art Exhibit 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 3. Paul Marth Northampton General He's a well-mannered guy with a good sense of humor, he peers at you from frank, blue eyes, and he's frank, is Paul. He's also "Foy- te," he likes to go hunting, sit on his favorite neighborhood porch of a summer night and play guard on the football team. He wants to guard his country - from Tripoli or even heaven. Activities: Football l, 2, 3, Track l. Alicia E. Marth East Allen Township Secretarial "Ally's" warm smile, topped by a crown of glowing red hair, makes her a definite standout. You can't miss her, even in a crowd. An all-around girl, she goes for sports, though you'll find her working hard in the library, or at National Honor Society. It seems she goes for bookkeeping, too. Activities: Chorus l, National Honor Society 2, 3, Library Club 3, Intramurals 'l, Vespers I, Spring Concert 1. Sandra A. Marth Seemsville Secretarial One of the sunniest, smilingest, servingest students we have is Sandy. She crams sports, Courier, Amptennian, and a lot of extra iobs into a day, plus sewing, painting, and dancing at the Com- munity Center. A slick secretary? Sure. Activities: Intramurals 'l, Chorus I, Vespers l, Spring Concert l, Concrete Courier 2, 3, Library Club 2, 3, Art Exhibit 2, 3, Li- brary Aide 2, 3, Make-up Crew 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, Amptennian 3, N Club 3, Quill and Scroll CPresidentJ 3. page 47 Carolyn J. Marsh Bath Academic Student Morning Call correspon- dent, Courier editor, National Honor Society secretary, these are but a few of Carolyn's ac- complishments. She's interested in everything from Volkswagons to cats, from German pen pals to Penn State and German. Activities: Concrete Courier l, 2, iEditort 3, German Club l, Library Club l, 2, Library Aide l, 2, 3, Vespers l, 3, National Honor So- ciety 2, 3, Student Council 2, Amptennian 3, Senior Class Play 3, Quill and Scroll 3, Intramurals l, Art Exhibit 'l, 2. Andrew Martnick Northampton Academic One of the most unconcerned fellows in the class is Martnick. Better known as "Angel," he's so unconcerned he's a natural "Apa- thetic Angel." He's a smiling angel when he's in his bronze bomb or at Sam's gas station. He'll need practice for a State Trooper's imperturbability. Activities: Wrestling l, 2. '05 Linda Ellen McCafferty Lehigh Township General She's quiet, she's reserved, but Linda let's the gang know when gift for in this she's around. She has a sewing her own clothes, she excels. Linda reads, swims, looking plays badminton, and is forward to. studying costume and design at Kutztown. Activities: Fashion Show I, 2, 3. Peter H. McMurry Lehigh Township Academic Behind the mask of blue-eyed, mild-mannered innocence lies the real "Pete" and the touch of geni- us. Bach or Basie - he blows 'em on his trombone, or sings a beau- tiful baritone, the same with ev- erything else. His finale to these is sad, but hark to his overture to medicine. Activities: Chorus l, 2, 3, Band l, 2, 3, Boys Octet l, 2, 3, Dance Band l, 2, 3, Mixed Ensemble 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, KPresidentD 3, Junior Speaking Contest 2, Class Treasurer 3, Wrestling 2. Pressirzg onward, Loretta A. Mast Moore Township Academic Loretta is full of the unex- pected. She appears to be coy and quiet, but all you have to do is wind her up and listen to her go. Then there's that nickname, "Liz- ard." Who else would like to curl up with a good book - or go to the races? Loretta's all wound up about her less fortunate fellow man, she's winding up for St. Luke's and an R. N. Activities: Tri-Hi-Y 2, Usherette 3. Robert Meckes Pennsville Academic Bob's always good for a story- usually the tall variety - and usually accompanied by a gusty guffaw. He plays baseball, bas- ketball, and football for enioy- ment. That goes for circulating around the drags and the count- ers at Eddie's Market. Bob wants to bobtail heads - as Barber Bob. Activities: Debate Club 2, Base- ball l, 2. John Michael Mauser Allen Township Academic Despite his peaceful appear- ance, "Mouse" is the "Mighty Mouse" of the class. A top track- ster and cheerleader both, he's a serious student, but when he's most preoccupied, he slips you a "mickey," he's got hunting and fishing on the brain. We hear "Mouse" couldn't resist the cheese, teaching's got him trap- pe.d. Activities: Science Club l, Track l, 2, 3, N Club 3. i-.i Yusuf' Ronald R. Meixsell East Allen Township Academic Even-tempered, well-mannered, and soft-spoken, Ronnie generally carries an air of confidence on his blond countenance. A 4-H presi- dent and Luther League advisor, he plays football and baseball, rides, sings in the chorus, and you ought to see him drive. He'll drive home that math degree, too. Activities: Chorus I, 2, 3, Vespers l, 2, 3, Spring Concert l, 2, 3. page 48 'SL ' . ':. E " Nw -1 - ,sz-.Nas 9? 2335 . ' , s 'tad John McCandIess Moore Township Academic There s nothing that stands ou more than red hair - flamin red - with freckles to match an "Pep" has 'em. He has the pe to wrestle too- on the mats o with the Ford. Swimming an hunting are a couple of pursuit requiring pep, he does these. H says he has the pep to pursu teaching Activities: Wrestling 1, 2, 3 Cheer Leader 3- Student Counci Annette Meckes Moore Township Academic Attractive animated and am able, Annette applies herself t many activities, but her main a sorption seems to be F.H.A., be ter known as the "tender trap Meanwhile she works at De Ville skates and dashes ro Amptennian to N Club to Met orology to F.H.A. Speaking F.H.A. beware of the tend trap. Activities: Chorus l, Vespers 1 Meteorology 2, 3, Amptennian N Club 3- F.H.A. 3. 2. , ' , f Spring Concert l, Drama Club - . Qs c .sl "VM X ,Qs mill . . Frank Mlletics Northampton Academic His response may be inveter- "negative," but his person- ably ality is definitely positive. Frank, "Shnoz," with deep-set, alias dark eyes and a definite drawl, can be found on the gridiron or at Hillside. Soon he'll be found at iunior college or in a State police uniform. Activities: Football l, 2, 3, Track l. Dale Miller Pennsville General Miller is one of the "mitier" in the class, but when it to cars, he's one of the mites anywhere. A ieep too, his whole life is cars, tunes, fixes, drives, rebuilds in his garage. Greasy fin- are his fate. Zlleeiirzg the goal, li Veronica H. Mertz Northampton Secretarial Ever hear the "whoosh" of a ball dropping through the bas- ket - clean? Ronnie does it all the time, and if it isn't basketball, it's hockey, or the parallel bars, or horseback riding, or some other sport. You see this blue- eyed, smiling blonde behind the counter at Hillside, sometimes, you might iust see her there in a government office. Activities: Gym Team l, 2, 3, ln- tramurals ly N Club 3, Ampten- nian 3, Girls' Basketball 2, lco- captainj 3, Hockey Cco-captainl 3, Gym Exhibition l, 2, 3. lucy Jane Miller Northampton Academic One look at Lucy and one changes to liquid. But when she pours on her proficiency, she's positively petrifying. As an im- maculate maiorette, fronting the band, caressing the console of the organ, or coy as a Junior Miss contestant, she's a knockout. In music Lucy can't miss. Activities: Chorus l, 2, 3, Ves- pers l, 2, 3, Spring Concert l, 2, 35 Maiorette l, 2, CDrumD 3. P399 George E. Milander Klecknersville Secretarial George is one of the calmer components of the class male ele- ment, but don't mistake his quiet for quiescencey he goes - for fun as much as anybody. He also goes for working at DeeVille and on cars, for hunting and fishing. Blue seems to be his attraction - like the Blue Lantern, or - Ma- rine Corps blues. Activities: Wrestling 2. Rita Miller Moore Township Secretarial The sounds of church music on the piano or organ attune with a sweet soprano - these are the sounds of Rita. As for Rita herself, you could include anything from directing her choir, Youth Fellow- ship, reading, to Junior Miss con- testant, and swimming at the Pink Cloud. She's trying to decide between a desk or an organ. Activities: Chorus I, Ensemble lp Debate Club 2, Fashion Show I, Senior Class Play 3. 49 - -- aww fig V31 R. 50" 'iy Air' Sandra J. Milisits Northampton Secretarial Anyone for sports? You won't have to call twice, Sandy'll come bouncing in to the first, like she dribbles basketball, swings on the parallel bars, lams back a lob on the court. She reads too, and after cosmetology school, she'll put bounce into milady's hair. Activities: Gym Club l, 2, 3, Gym Exhibition l, 2, 3, Fashion Show If Basketball 2, 3. Dawn A. Miller Northampton Secretarial There's an old song that goes, "And the Dawn comes up like thunder" - and so does Dawn. The original "sound-off girl," you ought to hear her tooting her trumpet, the pink DeSoto's horn, or gyrating from a ioke. Look for her in Bath, at Lou's, or in that office she talks about. Activities: Band I, 2, 3. Reaping the blessfizgs . . Alice Mills A if Sandra Minnich East Allen Township Northampton Academic General Airy, ardent, and animated, HAI.. - our atomic amazon - howls happily around the place like She and this ber. will a hilarious halfpint hurricane. sings, teaches Sunday school, works on Amptennian, does National Honor Society mem- Business school and that firm never be the same after she gives them the business. 1-.annex Activities: Amptennian l, 3, Ves- pers l, 2, Spring Concert l, 2, Senior Class Play 3, National Honor Society 3. -'SOL S .XY Curtis Moser Bath General That spectre in the wheeled re- fugee from an auto graveyard isn't a space character - it's Curt. Don't be fooled by the hair, or boots, or trousers, these are only typical of his associates and haunts: Bath pool room, Lou's, etc. Surprise - work at Sunrise? Lillian Mirro Moore Township Academic Laughing, likeable, and lively, Lillie and literature are insepara- ble. Look out, lest you're lulled by Lil, she has a prolific, power- ful, puncturing pen. She's also a menace to mankind in her MG, beware when she's barreling to DeeVille. Kutztown and English will never recover from this ras- cal. Activities: Chorus l, Vespers l, Spring Concert l, Concrete Cou- rier I, N Club 2, 3, Amptennian 3, Art Exhibit l, 2, Usherette I, 2, Intramurals l. Kathleen Mohry Lehigh Townhip Academic "Kass" runs a uniform pattern, she's sunny and smiling, and she's a tireless talker. She does a lot of reading, and she's found at the Northampton Hospital in a candy striper's uniform. She's about to be found at the Allentown Hospi- tal changing from stripes to blue to white, but still uniform. Activities: Concrete Courier l, 2, 3, Library Aide l, 2, 3, Library Club 2, 3, Make-up Crew 2, 3, N Club 3. P599 Deborah Mohr Lehigh Township General Laughing and lively, Debbie has eyes that dance with a bit o' the devil in them. Look out if little Miss Mischief ever turns 'em on you. She makes 'em sizzle at the Slatington Steak house, or - she may fry you from the car that's cruising by. However, the time has come to change from culinary to Cosmetology, for Debbie too. Activities: Gym Club 2, 3, Fashion Show l, 2. Dennis Morgan Northampton General Dennis is definitely no menace, he's "Moose." He's tall, husky, and handsome, and equally as easy-going and good-natured. You often find him at Wolfer's gas sta- tion, working on cars, or hunting. He's hunting a blue uniform that may put Moose on the Moon. Activities: Football l, 2, 3, Track l, 2, 3, Gym Club 2, 3, N Club 3, Wrestling l. 50 What's a shutterbug? That's easy, Sandy's one, especially when she has that glassy-eyed robot-like face and seems to be ticking. lt's not her, really, not that she doesn't tick, but it's her movie camera ticking. Sandy's loads of fun all the time, and in the summer she's a waterbug as well. We can't picture any more, and that bugs us. Activities: Library Aide l, 2, 3, Fashion Show l, 3. .ffl Janice L. Neetz Northampton Secretarial Usually she's "s m all b ut mighty," but occasionally Neetz throws in a bit of "naughty but nice" for good measure. Janice is one of our super-secretaries, her typing and shorthand are as hot as that hot Plymouth she drives. As neat as they come, Neetz needs something to knead neat- ly - a typewriter or coiffure. Activities: Library Club 2, 3, Amf tennian 3, Intramurals l, Hocke of the fufurej Bruce W. Newhard Qzx A L g'Lxgg' .gawk ' Jean Nowhard Northampton A X K Northampton General - A xiamxx Academic Bruce is one of the most re- laxed persons you've ever seen. lf he were any more relaxed, he'd be collapsed. There are two things, though, that rouse him of his studied lethargy: girls and gym team. Otherwise, he hangs out at Presto's. Presto, the Navy! Activities: Lighting Crew 'l, Band l, Gym Club l, 2, 3, Wrestling l, 2, Track i. Xu ..c Q ..c Asn -K- is ,Ms X, ,ex is N X ., 3 X it X Wx . , . Sai xx i Ge ' gr Lynne Joy O'Brien Northampton General Lynne's a lass who's always lively and laughing - or giving out with her crazy giggle, like all over Hillside. She cooks, sews, babysits, sings, and thinks up iokes, and everybody calls her "Ducky." This is the same impres- sion "Ducky" gets of the idea of being a receptionist. Activities: Fashion Show I, 2, 3. X "3" Robert J. Nikisher Lehigh Township General "Reds" is one of the fellows who's slightly on the rascally side, mostly because of his riot- wreaking repartee. As nonchalant as a noodle, Nick goes hunting, works on cars, or goes over to Lloyd's with the Chevy. He has heard of some of the heavies the Air Force has and would like to work on them. Charles Nordquist Moore Township Academic Everything is a challenge to Charlie, and Charlie challenges everything - with an infectious chuckle. A combination athlete and honor student, he defends himself vigorously by brain or brawn, as the occasion demands, and he generally wins. Youth for Christ challenges him as well, as does Lehigh and chemical engi- neering. Activities: Wrestling 2, 3, Track 2, Amptennian 3, National Honor So- ciety 3. ,eg 'V "MTD as Pat C. Nissley Bath Academic Perky, pleasant, and pertinent, Pat has a propensity for lending a helping hand. She also hits high C or the honor roll with the great- est of ease, and that helping hand is evidenced by Girl Scout work. Journalism maybe, but you have to write in the Peace Corps too. Activities: Chorus l, 2, 3, Vespers l, 2, 3, Spring Concert l, 2, 3, Art Exhibit I, National Honor So- ciety 3, Amptennian l, 3, Student Council 3. Linda Oberly Allen Township Academic "Oops!" Excuse me, it's not "oops," it's "Obs." "Obs" isn't obstinate or obdurate, she over- flows with energy, good nature, and helpfulness. "Obs" leads the Young People's group of her church, teaches Sunday School, and was a stalwart on our hockey team. Look for R.N. "Obs" in OB or OR. Activities: Chorus T, 2, Vespers i, 2, Spring Concert T, 2, Library Club 3, Amptennian 3, Hockey 3. page 5I "Jeanie with the light brown hair" is a song, our Jeanie fits the description, except the hair is shimmering and her eyes sparkle. "News" knows every inch of the library and can tell you every- thing about iceskating. In fact, she likes to talk so much she's practicing "Number, please." Activities: German Club l, Library Club l, 2, 3, Library Aide 'l, 2, 3. uf WW? XI Jean Marie Onkotz Moore Township Secretarial There are two sides to Jeanie's nature, one is quiet and gentle, the other is actively athletic. On the one hand, she's demure and ladylike, on the other, she's a ball of fire on the hockey field, ice skates, swimming, or on horse- back. She has a way with pets, and if you ask us, she'lI have a way with that office. Activities: Chorus l, Vespers l, Spring Concert l, Hockey 3. 'WW grew Paulette Paukovits Northampton Secretarial Speaking of brunettes, here's a black-eyed, black-haired bundle of beauty and boisterousness, and she has a Chevy to match - black, of course. Well-groomed, Paulette rides horseback, skates, dances, or grooms the Chevy and her German Shepherd. lt could be she'll be grooming your hair. Activities: Intramurals l, Tri-Hi-Y 2. Carol S. Peters Lehigh Township Secretarial Blue-eyed redheads usually have either contagiously cheerful characters or terrible tempers. ln the case of Carol, her constant chuckle is a clear-cut clue. She never loses it, even when playing basketball, writing, reading, or dancing. Neither will she chuck the chuckle when she decides on writing or typing. Activities: Library Aide lg Amp- tennian 3, Concrete Courier 3, ln- tramurals I. Newt' an uzzfolerzzlea' step backmcard. Charlotte M. Oplinger Danielsville General Cordial, cheerful, companion- able, these are the characteristics that come to mind when we think of Charlotte. In Charlotte there is something of the artist, and she expresses this ability sometimes with a brush, sometimes with a needle. What she is needling with her stitches hasn't been clearly patterned yet. Activities: Fashion Show 3. Ji.. Marilyn Petrick Lehigh Township General Her short brown hair and blue eyes give Marilyn a perfect mask for her sly wit. At times she ex- poses it with a bit of poetry, at other times she feeds it with a good book or one of the special- ties at the Slatington steak house. You're bound to see more of Marilyn, either in your restaurant or salon. Activities: Chorus l, Vespers lp Spring Concert i, Stage Crew 2, Library Club 2, 3, Future Home- makers of America 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2. P599 Roger L. Pagotto Lehigh Township Academic You've heard of "Roger Dodg- er," but this Roger doesn't Dodge - he Fords. "The Big R" carries a lot of weight wherever he goes, he's our star weight lifter. Another one of the drag- sters and car-fixers, "R" hangs out with the DeVille Dukes, at Lloyd's, or Edgemont. lt's carrying his weight to Kutztown for "Big R" - and more 3R's. Sa 'Q 3 'Q' Keith Allen Piescienski Northampton Secretarial Talkative, lanky, laughing - all these are Keith. He's a good scout, too, in fact, an Eagle. Cars and sports are the centers of his world, he gravitates to Sam's service station and Hillside. Given enough impetus, he may gravitate toward college and the business world. Activities: Track l, 2, Wrestling 2. S2 Lucille Person Moore Township General She's little, she's likeable, she's Lucy, she wins your friendship and confidence at sight. Because she has insight she's always do- ing things for others, with brush and needle she also transmits them to paper and cloth. In her sight is Florence Nightingale's lamp, and she's keeping it in sight. Activities: Fashion Show l, 2, 3. Sue Peters Pennsville Secretarial Sue's "Sam," and "Sam's" Sue. See? No, she's not your uncle, but she gets around like him. Usually Sam's patrolling Main Street or warming a seat at Hill- top, although at times does write letters. lt could be that Peters is practicing to warm that secre- tary's seat and patrol the office. Activities: Tri-Hi-Y 2, Fashion Show 3. si- S Tl s' QQ' s N Six X so X X x s .. , .X, X was " -S Mary C. Rank Northampton Secretarial Brown eyes brimming with laughter has Mary, plus the merry smile and vivacious nature to go with them. She's always doing something, and always does it well, whether playing sports, singing in the chorus, or taking photographs. She'll do iust as well in business college and that office. Activities: Student Council l: ln- tramurals I: Girls Basketball 2, 3: Hockey 3: Chorus l, 2, 3: Vespers l, 2, 3: Spring Concert l, 2, 3. Bruce C. Rayden Bath Academic Bruce and basketball have be- come bosom buddies, so much so that Rayden's generally running - around the court. You see him running - record hops - occa- sionally, and he's an avid disc fan. No shrinking violet, Rayden relaxes by talking to girls. lt may be more relaxation, but he talks about college and professional too. Activities: Basketball 2, 3. .1 Sssgssis Wal' ' - . f . Sis - - S "Tall oakx . . . Linda M. Praetorius Lehigh Township Academic There she is, straight-faced, strutting, swashbuckling, sword stabbing the air, the Sergeant of the Color Guard: Linda. Out of uniform, "Lynn's" a very lively, lilting lass who sews, reads, swims, sings, and devours steaks at Hillside. She's preparing for many lively, little lads and lassies who'll devour learning in her classes. Activities: Color Guard I, 2, iSer- geantl 3: Chorus i, 2, 3: Vespers l, 2, 3: Spring Concert I, 2, 3: Concrete Courier T: Art Exhibit 2: Intramurals l: Usherette 2, 3. Carol Radcliffe Moore Township Secretarial No one exhibits the "good to be alive" feeling quite as enthu- siastically as Carol, our laughing blonde. Better known as "Skin- ny," she's taking in the Nazareth and Bethlehem stock car races, writing letters, reading, or at the movies. Maybe she's racing for a desk with a business school de- tour. Activities: Fashion Show i: Drama Club 2: Future Homemakers of America 3. gs ? 'T X . Linda L. Rehrig Treichlers Secretarial Crowned by halo-highlighted hair, brunette of course, Linda exudes exhiliration: she has the gift of gay repartee to boot. In season, Linda skates, bowls, and it's oftimes her wont to a stroll along the pictur- swims: enioy esque setting of the canal in her native Treichlers. What a combi- nation to bring into a secretary's office. Activities: Library Club 'l, 2, 3: Intramurals i. -tur- Clayton A. Reimer Lehigh Township General Hunting for Clayton? He might be hunting too: if not, look for him around the stock car tracks. If he's not at the races, track him to the Blue Lantern: he's often there hunting food. We hear he's on the trail of a uniform - in the Army. Activities: Meteorology Club 2. page 53 'Wi Nancy E. Rau Northampton Academic If there's an Annie Oakley in our school, it's Rau, the beauteous blonde who's always toting a rifle 'round the halls. A captivating color guard, she's also been known to shoot fish, adores eat- ing, and has a special knack for getting flat tires on the '56 Hud- son. She wants the special knack needed for nursing. Activities: Chorus I: Spring Con- cert l: Vespers I: Color Guard I, 2, 3: Arnptennian 3: N Club 2: Fashion Show 3: Usherette 3: Art Exhibit 2. Carol Reddinger East Allen Township Secretarial and Carol's pleasing smile sparkling personality are like magnetic proiections. They seem to attract everyone to her, no matter where she goes: and she does get around with her car, es- pecially to sports events. Another of her projections is seeking the relative magnetic attraction of beauty culture and typewriters. Activities: Intramurals I. Eric S. Reinert Lehigh Township Academic Ever notice the super lighting effects at school activities? They are engineered by Eric. Everything this pleasant, courteous, smiling, bespectacled lad does is of the best and he always engineers his best. This even applies to the Slate Bowl, or to sports afield. He's engineering between Penn State and Lafayette. Activities: Lighting Crew 'l, 2, 3, Vespers l, 2, 3, Track l. U? turf wr' Robert S. Reph Lehigh Township General Reph says the one thing he likes to do the most is sleep. Don't take that too literally, though, this sleeper is a practical ioker. He does have several non- nap pursuits like hunting, fish- ing, and lounging at the Daniels- ville Rod and Gun Club. We un- derstand the Marines have an ex- cellent cure for coma. Activities: Meteorology Club 2, 3. . . from little 'td' .X- Wayne Lee Remaly East Allen Township General You would expect any pure nimrod, devotee of Walton, or na- ture lover to be pleasant, cour- teous, and generous. Wayne is no exception, except for several add- ed interests: football and his Dodge. A potential printing pro, he's pressing for Williamsport Tech, then his press. Activities: Student Council 2, Wrestling 3, Football l, 2, 3. Donald Renner Lehigh Township General One of the friendliest guys we know, Don's also daring and dex- of devil- uses his terous, with a little bit ishness thrown in. He dexterity in fixing cars and work- ing at DeeVille, the remainder when he's carousing with the gang at Lloyd's. These qualities are perfect for the armed forces, so is Don. Activities: Band l, 2, Wrestling l, 2. WW acorns gI'0'Z,U.U 4 5 Audrey Remmel Northampton Secretarial Dark eyes, dark hair, and dark complexion definitely determine Audrey to be a true brunette. Add her lightsome laughter and scintillating sparkle, and she be- comes a triple threat in 3D - whether dancing, driving, or di- vulging. Her fourth dimension is didactic - business school. Activities: Gym Club l, 2, 3, N Club 3, Vespers l, Intramurals l, Hockey 3, Usherette 2. Gary Lee Reph Lehigh Township General To the dark hair and matching glasses, Gary adds a studied silent smile and, at times, a glib flow of words. He was formerly liter- ally "found" in the observatory and is also formerly of the proiec- tion room. A self-styled Don Juan, he combed the halls to practice combing the territory to practice combing milady's tresses. Activities: Proiectionist Club 2, 3. '---ag. -is page 54 Larry Reitz Lehigh Township General There are many people who have a problem projecting them- selves, but this is not the case with Larry. He proiects proiector cases all over the school for the and always Proiection Club, seems to be hurriedly proiecting himself to class, or into im- promptu games. As for proiection for himself, how ture a proiection? do you coniec- Activities: Chorus Club l, 2, 3. l, Proiectionist Y. . ... . . gear fe em, sh s X k i s-fi-Q Dennis D Rice Bath Academic That glassy eyed monster star ing at you isnt really a menace it s lust Dennis aiming his camera Flash and his camera are not only inseparable they re indispen sibe the life blood of the Photo Club Flash also dabbles in electronics with his sights on Penn State he s shooting for much more than dabbling. Activities: Photo Club l 2 3- Amptennian 3. William D. Richie Northampton General Bill, our strong, muscular rascal, adds a hefty bicep to school sports from football to physical fitness. On the outside he's a-field hunting or fishing, or hanging around one of the local dens of iniquity. Apparently this is to learn the vicissitudes of life first- hand to be a better state police- man. Activities: Gym Club l, 2, 3: N Club 3: Football l, 2, 3: Wrestling l, 2, 3: Track lg Gym Exhibition l, 2, 3. gif I' Craig St. James Northampton Industrial Arts Us atch" came to us from up- New York complete with toms socks slzzles fast and a searing assortment pounded out his and retired Ringo to pad. A new weight-lifting, short-haired "Starr" was Satch s stars on the rise college - to stage or studio. Band 3, Dance Band 3 We are Ihe oaks .. Frank James Ross Allen Township Secretarial There's one thought that seems to be uppermost in Frank's mind at all times, it's fun, and he has the girls laughing constantly. Strange as it seems, he likes to talk to girls too, though he shares this pleasure with reading hot rod magazines and driving around. He iust might share his talents with some company's books. Dolores Jean Rudelitsch Lehigh Township Academic Blonde hair, blue eyes, plenty of effervescence, the power of self-expression, "Do-Do" has all these, and more. lf you don't find her skating at Edgemont, look for her in church, or try the nearest piano. You might keep Allentown Hospital in mind as well: your clue's a starched cap 'n' apron. Activities: Chorus l, 2, 37 Junior Speaking Contest Csecond placel 25 Spring Concert l, 2, 3: Vespers l, 2, 3. Xian! 1-JP -:av Mark C. Roth Moore Township Academic Earnest and sincere, Mark is usually one of our more reserved students, he has his lighter side, though. Everything he does seems to have a legal association, whether iudging 4-H proiects, be- fore the Luther League, or stoutly defending Fords at the Nazareth Hilltop. He'll defend you in court before too long. Activities: Chorus lg Vespers lg Spring Concert lg Art Exhibit 2. Peter J. Rumsey Northampton Academic Urbane and erudite, Pete came to us recently, by way of forty-six other states, to easily collect the crown for culture. He collects stamps and coins too, and he's collected honors in schools across the nation. Judging from this, he'll collect that coveted Ph.D. in math as well. Activities: Basketball 3. we-f-vcsvzf' Page 55 Paul Rodgers Allen Township General Paul is the possessor of a pleasing personality, all of which places him in the position of be- ing a pal to all. He's also usually broke because he leaves his re- sources at the Swift Arrow. This means he's very seldom hungry, Otherwise he reloads shells or iust drives around. He might drive around to the Navy recruiter and do some real reloading. VY' ive: .P ,N we .- ' wiv' My Lww ' ni2i,L,yI,, Cathleen M. Samuels Moore Township Secretarial Pleasant, personable, and per- ky, Cathy is one of those persons whose company is in the desired category. A real "do-gooder," she's always busy in the library or on Amptennian, reading, sew- ing, playing the organ. Her nim- ble fingers also caress typewrit- ter keys, this is for her. Activities: Library Club l, 2, 3: Library Aide l, 2, 3: Amptennian 3, Senior Class Play 3. We are the harvest . .. John Sawka Jr. Northampton Academic His friends call John "Butch," and everybody's his friend. He's easy-going, sincere, and consci- entious - and a barrel of fun with it all. He goes for sports, but with Butch bowling's best, and he's usually at Hampton Lanes. He wants to try the sea lanes after the ivy lanes. 'QQSP Activities: Track l, 2. Stephen M. Sayuk , ..-- Northampton i if 7 Academic Being sincere and studious doesn't mean Steve misses any fun, he's a real sport. Speaking of sports, he's successfully mixed football, baseball, and scholarship by attaining National Honor So- ciety. He does a lot of fishing in season. Now it's the season for him to fish for slide rules and en- gineering tables. Activities: Football I, 2, Baseball i, 2, 3, Student Council I, Amp- tennian 3, National Honor Society 3. Chris L. Schearer fi S Lehigh Township Academic There are still a few examples of the tall, strong, quiet type, Chris is one of these. He toots his own horn, though - in the band - and is a charter member of the basketball band. Some- times he puts the horn down to play sports or work on the light- ing and stage crew. He hopes he's at the stage where his way to col- lege will be lighted. Activities: Band I, 2, 3, Lighting Crew 2, 3, Stage Crew 2, 3. Anne A. Schmoyer East Allen Township Academic What sweet innocence with her head buried in studies! "Bang," go the books, and Annie really moves - dances, parties, dates - this social butterfly has a dual personality. Her kindergarten kid- dies will have to say, "WOW," when in walks Miss Schmoyer. Activities: Chorus 1, Vespers l, Spring Concert l, Art Exhibit l, 2, 3. P599 Larry R. Saylor Allen Township General Larry has exactly three burning desires, they're cars, cars, and more cars. As a matter of fact he's our top nominee for the "car crazy" crown. When he takes his girl out, it's to the stock car races or drags, otherwise he's at Steve's service station. He plans to iockey a tractor-trailer. Happy motoring! Rita Ann Schneider Northampton Secretarial Hale, hearty, and happy, Rita's right there when it comes to ac- tivity, especially on the uneven parallel bars. She did lust as well as a charter member of the hoc- key team, besides you ought to see her at the swimming pool or on the tennis court. We've seen her in fashion shows and art ex- hibits, you might see her most anywhere. Activities: Gym Club 'l, 2, 3, Hockey 3, Fashion Show l, Art Exhibit 2, 3, Intramurals 'lg Amp- tennian 3. 56 N N WQSQSS Phyllis R. Schaeffer Moore Township Secretarial lf you saw a vision of blue eyes and flaming hair crowning a merry face, what would you think? That's what we think too - about "Phyl." You can tell what she thinks about from what she does - write letters, collect stamps and coins, take walks. She also thinks about being a wait- ress or a secretary. Activities: Library Club 'l. Susan R. Schlegol Moore Township Academic Small, sprightly, and sunny, Susy seldom strolls. When she's in motion, which is mostly, she romps - especially around Naza- reth with her friends. During her more sedate spells, Susy relaxes with a good book, plays the piano, or listens to folk music. She's a most charming and gra- cious hostess too, as she'll be in the "wild blue yonder." Activities: Chorus I, 2, Vespers l, 2, Spring Concert I, 2, Ampten- nian 3, Library Aide 3, Library Club iPresidentJ 3. FH 'X Dennis P. Shoemaker Cherryville General Denny should've been nick- named "Streak," he has so many. He has a streak of mischief and one for fun. He streaks to the stars in Meteorology Club, to the Blue Mountain Rest for his restful streak. Sometimes he exhibits a streak for model cars or reading. He might be a blue streak - in the Air Force. Activities: Meteorology Club 2, 3. Mary Ann Sickar Northampton Academic Pert, petite, and personable, Mary Ann undoubtedly posses- ses all her family's affinity for cars except the greasy thumb. She's a busy girl, is Mary Ann, be- tween school, writing letters, and attending cosmetology school. I suppose we could say that Mary Ann prefers coiffures to cars. Activities: Tri-Hi-Y 2, Intramurals I. offffty years of toil. Shirley Schweitzer Allen Township Secretarial Shades of Belle Starr! Have you ever beer. confronted by a smil- ing, demure brunette in ieans and boots, sporting a rifle? This fishes, and outdoors lover hunts, teaches Bible School. She's nar- rowed her sights to a desk or the armed forces. Guess the target. Activities: Intramurals I . vis. Frank P. Seier Moore Township General Frank definitely is one of the "strong, silent type." This, to- gether with his totally pleasant personality makes his companion- ship especially desirable. His whole out of school world of ac- tivity is centered on his '55 Ford and an occasional movie at the R. 45 Drive-ln theatre. -fs: Sv Joseph J. Siekonic Northampton Academic No one has worked quite as hard as "Junior" to cop the "Class Clown" crown. A iester wherever he goes, this holds good when he's working in Coplay or driving the Corvair around. What he'll do to teaching remains to be found out Activities: Basketball I5 Football Manager I, 2, 37 N Club 3. Page Carol Ann Silfies Lehigh Township General Carol has an unassuming, mod- est quality that tends to give one the impression of shyness, but is she only fun! Definitely a brun- ette, and definitely the athletic type, she excels in the gym and is an accomplished horsewoman. She reads too, some of this she'll have to do - it's practical for practical nurses. Activities: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 57 5 Phillip J. Shunk Bath Industrial Arts Wearing a happy smile and aimlessly shuffling along, "Flea" is one of the most happy-go-lucky guys we know. He attends all the meetings of his club at the Bath pool room, where he presides at the table regularly. On occa- sion, he works on his car, or goes hunting. He may go to work for his uncle - Sam, that is. Dennis H. Siegfried Bath Industrial Arts He isn't exactly the biggest fel- low in the class, but what he lacks in size he makes up in noise: Denny has progressively louder cars. His life apparently has been taken over by several not uncommon influences: cars, the Bath pool room, Lou's, hunt- ing, and Mary Fashions. Uncle Sam's fashions will probably suc- ceed Mary. Activities: Gym Club l, 2, 3, Gym Exhibition I, 2, 3. Cynthia .Ioan Silfies Northampton Secretarial If there's anyone who actually bubbles over with both energy and exhiliration, it's "Cindy." You hear her giggle before you see her, and she pervades you when you're near her. As you'd suspect, she's a natural for gymnastics, as a maiorette, for swimming, skat- ing, bowling, riding - more school - anything. Activities: Band l, 2, 3: Gym Team l, 2, 3: Fashion Show lg Amptennian 3: Intramurals 'lg Ma- iorette 3. XZ?" sf.. a-nad!" Richard Snyder Northampton Academic Not only is Richard one of the nicest guys we know: he has a keen mind, especially for science and math. He's pretty keen on physical fitness too: he does a lot of weight lifting and is a veteran ot the Marine's program last year. He's been keen on Sam's gas sta- tion and the Hillside, but it seems he's now keen on college. Activities: Wrestling l, 2, 3. To our predecessors . . . .T ...-,,-.. ex A William Henry Silfies Northampton Academic A serious student, Bill's genuine frankness, ready smile, and sly wit make him a friend to all. Bill's a builder: his busy brain and hands are always fashioning something out of wood. Right now his specialty is a model house. This is merely a preview of the new Bill, the architect whose specialty will be - houses. Activities: Science Club lg Stage Crew 2. Gayle Smith Lehigh Township Academic Dimpled, dark-eyed with hair to match, Gayle's gracious and gay- but she can blow up a gale. Both sophisticated and shy, Smitty's paradoxical enough for picnics and Luther League, sports and stereo, Courier and Amptennian - and French. After her Bon Soir to Penn State she'll Bon Jour her class, maybe soiree too. Activities: Chorus lf Vespers lg Spring Concert lg Amptennian l, 2, CCQ-editorl 3: Courier 2, 3: Stage Crew 3: Quill and Scroll 3: lntramurals lp Art Exhibit l, 2, 3. page S XJ Anthony Smigowski East Allen Township Academic Snap? He's the snappin'est, shutter-trippin'est, camera-luggin'- est guy hereabouts. As Photo Club president, Tony's perpetually doing double takes - in duties. At home, he does another double take of note, musical instruments, especially his accordion. He has another double take in mind: col- lege via the armed forces. Activities: Photo Club l, 2, 3: Stage Crew lg Lighting Crew 2. Linda L. Snyder Lehigh Township Secretarial Ever come across anyone who's both shy and full of laughter? We have: Linda. In school the library's been her wont. Outside, it's her wont to cruise her Chevy around Slatington and Northampton with pauses at the Green Lantern. She's decided to let the fates determine her other wants and wonts. Activities: Library Club l, 2, 3. 58 Larry L. Silfies Moore Township Academic For Larry there's nothing better than to be behind the wheel, en- gineering his '62 Ford along the open road: the road to Nazareth, that is, where the Hilltop beckons. Other times he's working at Dee- Ville, or on cars, or maybe sketching a bit. Engineering bec- kons him too, and he's reckoning on answering the call. Activities: Art Exhibit l. Helen Rosalie Sodl Northampton Secretarial Smiling, statuesque, and sepia- haired, Helen has all the natural characteristics of a model. She has the stance, too: she can strut like - a maiorette: she can slith- er - like a mannequin, some- times she iust saunters - like Helen. Sometimes she reads, sometimes she's at Hillside: we've heard she might also be at IBM school. Activities: Maiorette 2, 3: Ampten- nian 3: Fashion Show lg Color Guard lg N Club 3. Sharon Jane Spangler East Allen Township General Want to know Sharon's charac- teristics? Look for someone who's s happy, laughing, and tell- ing iokes. Look for someone who also enioys sewing, reading, hoc- and playing the piano. From on, look for Sharon at the - or in a dental office. Library Aide l, Fashion l, 2, 3, Hockey 3, Future of America 3. 'S all' "i"..-'Y Jerome Stimpfl Northampton Academic Tall, handsome, and athletic, "Ommy" is one of the great lov- ers ofthe class. When he's not oc- cupied with one of his sports, he's ioking with the gang at Hill- side. He's experienced little dif- ficulty engineering his way around here and wants to have a round of it in college, maybe the Air Force, too. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, Bas- ketball l, Track 3, National Honor Society 3, Amptennian 3. We bid thee.. Judy Sprigle Allen Township Secretarial There's no one who loves to argue cars more than ".lui." Nat- urally, you'd expect her to wax eloquently concerning the virtues of that chocolate Dodge Dart, she does a lot of cruising around town in it, too. lt's been told that she waxes equally eloquently on the telephone. How she'll do on floors is a matter for coniecture. Activities: Intramurals l, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Fashion Show 3. Donald Stettler Northampton Academic Jovial, chipper, and docile, Don's always ready for a few laughs. He does this on the run, for Don runs regularly - man- aging the wrestling team, errands for Amptennian, or just - run- ning. He does a lot of hunting, too. Maybe he'll be doing some hunting for a college, or perhaps run to the Air Force. Activities: Photo Club l, 2, Amp- tennian 2, 3, Wrestling Manager l, 2, 3. ' '-ve. D399 Richard Steffie Northampton Academic Richard's a fellow who's really rich - rich in personality, sense of humor, and heart. How rich he is in nicknames we aren't sure, but they call Dick "Duck." He doesn't duck sports, dancing, Hill- side, or cruising around in the car. There seems to be some question as to whether he'll duck school or the service. Activities: Gym Club l, 2, 3, Wrestling l, 2, Football l, Track l. John Stevens Moore Township Academic Some of the faces at the "drags," the Blue Lantern, and the Bath pool room are the same. One of these "steadys" is "Butch," although at times he breaks the pattern to indulge in sports and hunting. Mostly, though, his sport is driving or working on cars, and it seems as though grease's gotten into his blood. ,,. .,,, A . . 5.a,.,., Lf! K5 , ad -'-we 59 Carlene Spengler Northampton Secretarial "Lookie, lookie, lookie, here comes Cookie" - struttin' down the field! A mitey maiorettc is "Cookie," a mitey snappy one, we might say. Carlene likes ev- erything - from riding to records, and she's rounded up quite a col- lection. She's winding up to lasso a desk - by way of IBM school. Activities: Maiorette l, 2, 3, N Club 3. fp Carol Stoudt Northampton Secretarial With hair black as night de- murely encircling a demure face, Carol lends the impression that she's - demure. Careful, though, she's really the Carol of the lilt- ing laugh and velvety voice. She's at all the games and shows off all the latest steps at the dances. Can you imagine what a combina- tion like this'll do to a doctor's patients - or the doctor? Activities: Chorus l, 2, Vespers l, 2, Spring Concert l, 2, Ampten- nian 3. .. -sf.. g sk , kai?-'f-ff Linda I.. Strohl Lehigh Township Secretarial No matter where she goes, you'll find Linda's pleasant per- sonality pervading the populace thereabouts: she fits. Oftimes she's skating at Edgemont or re- laxing around food at Lloyd's - when not working at DeeViIle or reading. In these she fits too, and she'll fit that secretary's chair. Diane Sutliff East Allen Township Academic As winsome and warm-hearted as the Greek goddess for whom she is named, Diane is equally as welcome, wherever she goes. Add and you a sympathetic nature have the makings of a social worker. Some more helpful ingre- dients Diane has are her interests in sports and music, and her work in 4-H and as a Sunday School teacher. Activities: Chorus l, 2, 3: Vespers l, 2, 3: Spring Concert l, 2, 3: Intramurals l. Reap the fruits of five decades . . . Diane Marie Strohl Lehigh Township General With the kind of blonde hair and blue eyes you read about, plus a sly wit and ever-ready blush, it's small wonder our Di- ana was named Diane. She prac- tices the culinary arts at several epicurean establishments: the fashions at Style Craft. With an eye for beauty, our beauty must be - a beautician. Activities: Gym Team l: Tri-Hi-Y l. tub' Larry E. Temos East Allen Township General Does Larry belong to the car crowd? All you need is one guess. You'll find him wherever the car crowd collects: try the auto races first. In season you might find him tramping a-field, gun in hand. Any season is the season for the Bath pool room and Lou's, though: he belongs to these crowds too. Maybe you'll find him with the Navy crowd soon. Activities: Track l. Larry A. Strohl Moore Township Academic Larry is pretty "lippy" - but only when it comes to blowing his trumpet: he sends you with sounds as silvery as its sheen - and it does shine. He's a top trum- peter in the concert and dance bands, but he likes sports, and Stroudsburg even more. He and college are cool with a common chord. Activities: Band l, 2, 3: Dance Band l, 2, 3: Chorus l, 2: Spring Concert l, 2. 'Z-f Q Susan Ann Temos Bath Academic A progressive sophisticate, Suzy delights in trend-setting: she swings with brilliant-minded con- temporaries. While penning poet- ry or potting clay, our tender con- sultant will interpret anyone's problems. You might say Suzy's sharpening her wits, and her pen, so you can read her - perhaps even in Glamour. Activities: Chorus l, 2: Vespers l, 2: Spring Concert I, 2: National Honor Society 3: Amptennian 3: Art Exhibit l, 3: Usherette 2. page 60 49 N-runs Joseph J. Sugra Northampton Academic Tall, blond, slender, and always giggling, "Sugar" lives for fun. He makes sure of this when he's hanging 'round the Northampton restaurant or Hillside, and when he wants to relax from fun, he goes swimming or ice skating. He may also relax enough from fun to get shocking - in electronics school, of course. Activities: Track l. JoAnne Tassie Northampton Secretarial Our vigorous and versatile "Tassie" is always bouncing around the halls in search of a choice tidbit for the Courier. Whether it's driving a car or a tennis ball, her renowned giggle is never silent. We're wondering whether it will stop when she's punching a clock. Activities: Library Club I: Con- crete Courier 2, 3: Intramurals l. hy. of t is s.-,Nj Q-vw. 1 Margaret Toth East Allen Township Academic Sometimes you'Il see Margaret with a palette or with a tennis racquet. Always, though, she's a wee wisp of woman who's calm, onscientious and who appears to e a bit shy - but only 'til you now her. She's capable, and ompetent in class and the library, nd she'lI be a capable, compe- ent medical technologist. ctivities: Library Club 2, 3, ake-Up Crew 2. Ricky A. Umstead Moorestown Industrial Arts Sometimes mischievous, always ood-natured and smiling, Ricky trolls blissfully through life - al- hough he does move faster on he track. He hangs out at Faust- er's service station and thinks bout hunting and girls. To horty, there is no great press bout anything, although he ants to go to work on one - rinting. ctivities: Track 2, 3. ant of dedicated labor. Retha H. Tinker Northampton General Rita possesses one of the most pleasant personalities of anyone we've ever known. What's more, she has a demure demeanor, a spontaneous smile, and a queenly carriage. Rita came to us from be- yond Scranton by way of a short stopover at Whitehall. She also does short stopovers at the diner, and likes boys, cars, money - and her own beauty salon. Activities: Drama Club 3. Charlotte lee Topfer Moore Township Secretarial Everything about "Charlie" is pleasant, her smile, her appear- ance, her love of the great out- doors. This goes for her nature too, and you can see in her the influence of the Nazareth Y, the choir, and the Youth Fellowship, as well as skating and dancing. As for swimming at the Pink Cloud, it's "out of the pool" tor business school - maybe. Activities: Debate Club 2. Ng gc . W - - -.Qt of s-qv WO' '--In we Dennis M. Valo Bath General Denny is he of the happy heart, the laughing lips, and the mind always leading him a-field, hunting or fishing. He's another habitue of the Bath pool room, and there's always a stool re- served for him at Lou's. He keeps current on mechanics by working on the red Chevy, he may keep this up in fatigues and GI shoes. larry F. Valo Bath Industrial Arts The roar of the racetrack is ir- resistible for Larry, and whenever there's one going, he's winding up his hot Harley cycle. "Moon Pilot" also pilots the cycle around town and dabbles in sports, in- cluding hunting. Mostly, though, he's cued in at the Bath pool room. Electronics and the Air Force both cue him as well. page bl Nancy A. Treichler Lehigh Township Secretarial Sparkling brown eyes peering at you from a crown of hair to match, smiling lips, and charming manner - Nancy enchants you, but look out for her sly wit. She likes reading, sports, playing pia- no, and dancing, which she does professionally, plus the food at Lloyd's. She'll dance her way right through IBM school into that of- tice. Activities: Library Club I, 2, 3, Amptennian 2, Chorus I. Jeanie M. Valkovec Moore Township Academic Ribbons, romping, Salinger's satire, pianos, long waIks,'folk singers, and E. E. Cummings' poetry - all are intertwined in Jeanie. Untouched by the scream- ing, boisterous world, Jeanie stands alone - a true individual- ist. Research needs individualists and Jeanie needs Muhlenberg and biology for microbe hunting. Activities: Chorus l, 2, Vespers I, 2, Spring Concert I, 2, Art Exhi- bit l, 2, 3, Library Aide l, Na- tional Honor Society 3, Ampten- nian 3, Usherette 3, Intramurals i. 3?- ya Phil D. Vitovitch Northampton General Fishing in the spring, hunting in the fall, bowling during the winter, and driving the '59 Chevy around town all the time give you a pretty good account of Phil's activities. There's always at least one stop at Hampton Lanes. When he covers his blond head with a helmet and trades his car for a tank, he'll stop at noth- ing. if 123' Q, . l Dawn Walker Pennsville Academic The mask of innocence per- sonified, Dawn's wide blue eyes, blonde locks and sweet smile are strikingly like the happy-eyed children she creates on paper. A beguiling beauty, this happy, hall- walking temptress is a confirmed soul-stealer. When she has the happy-eyed children in her art classes drawing happy-eyed chil- dren, who knows? Activities: Intramurals l, Art Exhi- bit l, 2, 3, Spring Concert l, 2, Chorus l, 2, Vespers l, 2, Amp- tennian l, 3, Stage Crew 3. to our posterity . . Barry Wagner Bath Academic "Hook" generally has the "hook" - of school. However, these symptoms seem to disap- pear when he's cued in at the Bath pool room, or haunting the Nazareth Hilltop. Neither are they apparent when he's at the drags, hunting, or working on the Dodge. Just what effect they will have on automotive or IBM school nobody knows. Michael Wagner Northampton Industrial Arts Mike has been a member of the lighting crew throughout high school, but this is where the simi- larity to lightning ends. He's also light by nature and conversation, a true iokester. He hunts and hot rods, or hangs at the diner or Jungle Rock, and looks the part. His problem is altering pegs to bell bottoms. Activities: Lighting Crew l, 2, 3, Wrestling l. Francis Wagner East Allen Township General A typical happy-go-lucky guy is Fran. He couldn't care less about tomorrow, today's what counts. What's on for today? It could be working on the car, hanging around Collis' used auto parts lot, going to a drag race, iust driving around - or - thinking about the Marines, or maybe Beth- lehem Steel. Sandy L. Wagner Bath Academic Shucks, "Slug" isn't the class football hero, she's that soft, smil- ing, sunny Sandy. She's particu- larly germane in German and uses her urbanity to drum some Deutsch into the domes of the Dummkopfs. Another of "Slug's" points is penmanship - through poetry and pen pals. She's pin- pointed for Moravian to linger over languages. Activities: German Club I, Amp- tennian 3. A page 62 John Vitushinsky Northampton Academic John has all three qualifications of the triple-threat male: tall, dark, and handsome. Triple-threat all the way, he's one of the most dedicated guys we know, and he goes all the way, whether it's sports, music, or studies. A top manager, he's out to manage be- ing a teacher, he'll go all the way. Activities: Basketball Manager l, 2, 3, Football Manager 2, 3. f - .. I egg Ray Walker I Moore Township Academic With participation in the Jess' engineering program and a Meri Scholarship commendation behin him, it's little wonder that NAS has shown interest in Ray's spac scrapbook. Ray paces his space with space research, Sunda School teaching, choir, bowling and stamp-coin collecting. He' paged Penn State for engineerin or teaching. Activities: Chorus 3, Vespers 3 Spring Concert 3. Alice Wambold Bath Secretarial Active, articulate, and airy, Alice is, like her namesake in Wonderland, tiny, with tawny tresscs. She's a real devotee of dancing and you can see her giv- ing out with the latest steps at all the Bath dances. Otherwise she reads, ice skates, knits, or stops at Lou's. Her fingers dance as well as her feet - on keys. Activities: Library Club 2, Amp- tennian 3. ,acum- yn 'f cQsass,s Edward Weiss Jr. Northampton Secretarial What more unforgettable char- acter could there possibly be for us than "Ivanhoe," especially when he's chugging down ach Avenue in his "super-stock" Plymouth - or on the bowling alley or dance floor. Otherwise, Eddie's one of the "steady Ed- ies" at "Steady Eddie's." Ivan- oe has his steed aimed for the ierce School and possibly a CPA. c. We bid thee .. Sharon L, Weber Northampton General "Sunshine's" exactly what her name implies - she exudes laugh- ter, friendliness - and sunshine too, She's ail over, but mostly at Hilltop. Sharon likes roller skating and ice skating so much she even likes the falls. When she's all over being all over, maybe she'll fall into a iob. Activities: Meteorology Club 2. Sandra Ann Weider Northampton Academic Sandy's animated chatter and expressive gesticulations are give- aways anywhere, then you notice her brown eyes, a-sparkle with zest. At times she dabbles in bas- ketball and tennis. When cruising in the Chevy, it's been usually for Hillside, now it's Cosmetology school and her shop. Activities: Intramurals I, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Amptennian 3, Fashion Show 3, Senior Class Play 3. . N we "':..-+P" P599 Robert Wechsler Lehigh Township General "Shorty" may look muscle- bound and tough, but don't let the looks dismay you, he's about as mild-mannered and likeable as they come. He gives himself a lot of idle hours and spends them all just as freely - eyeing girls, hanging around Gasper's, or driv- ing around anywhere. Lately he's had an eye on the Air Force as well. Patricia A. Weigl Northampton Secretarial Poised and polished, Pat pos- sesses the kind of personality that's parkling and sunshiny. An outdoors girl, she plays tennis, swims, and ricles horseback, she's also seen at iust about all the ath- letic events here. You might find this connoiseur of the hamburger at Hillside, she might find herself in an office or business school. Activities: Fashion Show I. 63 Pamela Jean Ware Bath General As the band goes wham-bam, the maiorettes are pirouetting and prancing and - there's Pam. No wonder she's a fashion show win- ner. Besides, there's sports - swimming, skating, boating - Luther League, knitting, and read- ing. Yes, Ma'am, that's Pam, and there's no reason why this iunior miss shouldn't be trying iunior college. Activities: Maiorette I, 2, 3, Fu- ture Homemakers of America 2, iPresidentJ 3, Fashion Show I, 2, 3, Chorus I, Vespers I, Spring Concert I, Amptennian 3, Senior Class Play 3. .Ib t ri? 'J il 5 3 Lorraine White Northampton Secretarial There's never a dull moment when "Whitie's" around, and she's around a lot. She has the most disarming smile, but is she only noisy! With it all, she's a mighty good skate --- literally -- and is often at the Ritz or the Coplay Roller Rink. She reads too, and if we read Whitie, she's roll- ing toward the brink of a desk. Activities: Intramurals I, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Ainptennian 3. Michele Williamson Bath Academic Cuteness and consideration characterize "Mitzy" - she of the brown eyes. Friendliness and affi- nities for reading and bowling are aspects of her personal his- tory. It's also history that she likes: history - enough to teach it. Activities: Tri-Hi-Y 2. Richard Luke Wolfel Northampton Academic Racy, rampant, and rollicking, Richie's ready - ever-ready, that is - to give out with gab, espe- cially iabber in iest. He collects coins: he also races to drags and to fires. In fact, he's so fascin- ated by fires he went to fire school - and has the certificate to prove it. From what we've heard, he's all fired up by the Air Force. Activities: Science and Math Club I: Debate Club 2: Vespers I, 2: Baseball Manager l, 2. Sofia' the .reeds of fwixdom . . . Cheryl Whitehead Moore Township Academic As refreshing as new-mown hay, sharp as a crisp autumn breeze, and pretty as one of her rosy-cheeked apples is Cheryl. Confident and capable, Cheryl does everything - sings in the chorus, plays sports, works in 4-H - likes animals and's a book- worm besides. Her worm'll turn - into an elementary classroom. Activities: Chorus l, 2, 3: Vespers I, 2, 3: Spring Concert I, 2, 3: Gym Team I, 3: Hockey 3: Art Exhibit l: Gym Exhibition l. K eff' Sandra Yelenics Northampton Academic Spirit, snap, Sandy - these are synonymous. Her lilting laughter livens the area wherever she is - bouncing along the balance beam or hustling down the halls, Aside from occasional iaunts to Hill- side, her other haunts are but one, the gym. This is her real love: she wants to stay there and teach it. Activities: Gym Club 2, 3: Gym Exhibition 2, 3: Art Exhibit 2. Richard L. Whitehouse Bath General Tall and fun-loving, Dick enioys cars and the company of girls. His main claim to fame is the Meteor- ology Club, which he proudly heads: otherwise he's one of the habitues of the Bath pool room and Lou's. He may tarry at these institutions for some time ponder- ing claims to fame as yet untried. Activities: Meteorolgy Club 2, CPresidentD 3. it William Yost Allen Township Secretarial Bill, big and blond, has one bent - he's bound to have a ball, and o'boy, does he! "Big Daddy" also has a second home: Hillside. When he's not there, he's out- doors swimming, or just wander- ing around the Lehigh Valley. His wanderings may take him into the armed forces for more wandering. Activities: Gym Club I. page 64 Barbara .lean Wirth Northampton Academic Exhilirating, enthusiastic, and eager, "Barb" always has a help- ing hand for everyone, usually a bit of banter with a bit of a barb. She's always up to something, whether Amptennian, National Honor, swimming, Courier, tennis, Hillside, or - mischief. We this she's up to teaching English well. Activities: Intramurals I: Concre Courier 2, 3: Amptennian 3: N tional Honor Society 3: Quill ai Scroll 3. George B. Wuchter East Allen Township Industrial Arts pursues or exploits avidly a actively. This is true of him a-fi with gun, or when mentally tri gering his sense of humor: studies and National Honor So ety, or in sports. It applies . 2 n Everything "Nupper" does, I u e well to the Bath pool room M be it's the exhilirating experie of the pool room which is I him to - the Navy? Activities: National Honor 2, 3. Equally as fruitful. Jean Ziatyk X Northampton Academic Who says Lehigh is iust for guys? Our flashy, brown-eyed "Zi" enioys any activity that in- volves mischief. When there's nothing else to do, she dabbles in oil painting. The next campus she's eyeing is Penn State's. Activities: Band I, 2: Concrete Courier 'lp Literary Club 'lg Art Exhibit lg Vespers 'l. 1965 VERSION OF 1915 The Seniors got into the spirit of the golden anniversary by "dressing up" like what they thought their counterparts of fifty years ago would wear to school to kick off the Amptennian sales campaign. Depicted here is typical of what they came up withg these were adiudged the best. Y 1 s -t N Sa Trying to look like Seniors of 1915 are, from left: Robert Reph, merer, John Sawka, row 25 Alice Mills, Jean Newhard, Linda Wayne Harding, Wayne Remaly, first row, George Milander, Creyer, Judy Berger, Nancy Rau, Anne Schmoyer, Julieann Au- Ronald Bird, Dennis King, Dennis Valo, David Lerch, Larry Kem- gustine, Mary Rank, Karen Long, Susan Schlegel, row 3. page 65 -S Y KN fi E I l O gn ' 2'RC""55"fe J 1 ':.7g1 '2iI'l fr W 'Riw f A ' Q2 ju L CE? JU 5 1:-'-1 3 00 1 . - 1 f f ,ff xx A- " - -4 J-F'RE'1 THE JUNIOR CLASS The Underclassmen - JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Class Flower WHITE ROSE Class Colors CRANBERRY and WHITE Class Motto "KNOWLEDGE COMES BUT WISDOM l.lNGERS" From loft: Daniel Meyer, president, Mr. Robert Snyder, adviser, and Scarlet Smith, secretary, seatedg Joseph Wargo, vice president, and Albert Erdosy, treasurer, stand- . ing. A Message To The Juniors: The time has come for us, the Senior Class of 1965, to pass unto you who will be Seniors in the fall, the responsibilities of leading the under' classmen capably and successfully. We are de- lighted to bestow upon you the honors and privi- leges that we have enioyed this past year. We feel certain that, in this period of great transition and intensified scholastic effort, your iob as leaders will be more difficult than in the past. We are also certain that you will meet the demands of these changing times by putting forth every effort and using every bit of knowledge you have acquired over the past years. We are proud to have been associated with you, the members of the Class of 1966, for the past two years and feel confident that you are prepared to bear the title, "Senior," with dignity, honor, and scholastic leadership. We, the Seniors, wish you Juniors success in your last year at NASHS and in all your future years. Gregg Amore President Senior Class page 68 Carving llzeir names on the walls of time, ,- s-9" Q. ak 33' 3 ,,',gSi M-AQ. Homeroom 106, From left: K. Erwin, L. Anderson, S. Piha, B. Kutzler, S. Eisenhard, row 3, J. Wargo, H. Wagner, A. Trach, Haftl, M. Haldeman, row 1, S. Anthony, L. Rothrock, G. Reaser, A. Sawka, R. Weiss, row 4. J. Hilbert, R. Bunk, row 2, D. Miller, B. Buskirk, D. Tashner, P. 'Ref' fs: Av -2 14" ffl A554 sr., 3' Homeroom 116, From left: S. Graver, R. Marx, M. Piscitelli, S. L. Haydr, D. Hinkle, L. Kocher, J. Potak, R. Silfies, V. James, V Reese, J. Schwartz, D. Derkits, row 15 J. Kochan, B. MacAdam, Coleman, row 3, J. Herr, B. Saylor, D. Gross, W. Prockl, D K. Krell, J. Beniamin, C. Milfenberger, S. Eisenhard, row 2, Marsh, L. Kovach, J. Dornbach, row 4. page 69 The proud' l'I1llL'l'l-f0l'.Y of a future rrlmllezzgff. 9? fv- Homeroom 200, From left: P. Moyer, R. Gomes, A. Hoffman, S. Drofitz, W. Romanishan, S. Pinter, C. Evans, B. Miller, H. N. Bundy, C. Silfies, K. Kocher, l. Blocker, D. Snyder, row 1, Newton, G. Hood, row 3, A. Kohl, E. Herd, T. Gabryluk, B. K. Barret, J. Meixner, M Gilbert, L. Miltenberger, N. Marako- Krock, D. Hoch, D. Petrie, R. Parker, G. Hutterer, row 4. vits, R. Zimmerman, L. Roberts, L, Schreck, row 2, W. Green, fx Homeroom 201, From left: N. Bukovina, G. Andrews, C. Roth, nec, M. Kaszyski, M. Fritz, C. Lobach, T. Seeger, J. Toth, W C. Snyder, G. Guinta, S. Koons, row 1, D. Scholl, C. Madea, B. Stout, row 3, T. Fenstermaker, F, Chimics, F. Herschman, J. Pail Walck, A. Baker, K. Mattes, N. Rinker, B. Mack, row 2, .l. Ozdi- D. Heberling, D. Oldenwelder, F. Schneider, row 4. page 70 SIlClfl'.Y0l'X lo all fflllf fleas 1111111111 llml fx - Nfv Homeroom 204, From left: K. Wagner, S. Riegel, M. Berg, E. Chuss, J, Heistand, S. Shelly, E. Gilbert, row 'lg D. Weretta, T. Huth, A. Snyder, K. Felmel, S. Galgon, B. Creyer, L. Hartzell, M. Lisctski, row 2, J. Stair, C. Druckenmiller, J. Genovese, L. l . t l -4 r Hinkle, C. Filchner, D, Rodgers, row 3, R. Flick, E. Mast, J. Lon genbach, M. Haas, J, Pail, J. Nederostek, L. Miller, K. Ruch row 4. Y! Homeroom 209, From left: C, Beahm, R. Raub, D. Zelinsky, P. raw 2, D. Strohl, J. Milisits, V. Horn, M. Mann, A. Hensel, R Smith, P. Onuschak, A. Sikorsky, row 'lg K. Walker, K. Borbacs, Ehrig, R. Michael, row 3, R. Roth, D. Dilcher, C. Latshaw, D S. Lerch, K. Barner, S, Feathcrman, L. Henry, P. Werkheiser, Biechy, M, Benetsky, J. Yost, J. Guss, P. Fries, C. Drummond page 7l Keyslorze of the fIlflll'f', Homeroom 215, From left: K. Wagner, C. Seyer, J. Souilliarcl, L. Kloiber, P. Donoses, B. Silfies, D. Shoemaker, row 'lg C. Szi lagyi, B. Updegrove, J. Silvies, S. Pagotta, B. Miller, J. Solf, 5. Redline, J. Handwerk, row 2, E. Heffelfinger, J, Wolfel 1 E. Yapsuga, M. Misko, J. Trefiak, L. Frederick, D. Kern, E. Op- linger, row 3, G. Sheckler, T. Yost, R. Burbes, J. Gill, S. Mayo- ryk, G. Oplinger, G. Wuchter, row 4. ,eq V.. me XFN Homeroom 219, From left: J. Sickar, B. Ayers, L. Eckhart, A. Schaffer, M. Nachesty, J. Newhard, row Ig J. Laudenbach, L. Roberts, J. Dreisigmeyer, J. Engle, E. Borger, B. Mondschein, C. Huiton, D. Reges,row 2, T. Hall, A. Colarusso, R. Churetta, page 72 D H . Acker, D. Jones, A. Kressler, R. Paukoviis, row 3, P. Reph . Meckes, G. Beil, C. Drake, R. Sobesiak, J. Jandrisovits. J Faryna, row 4. Bearers of the svezllfzzgs of anolher five a'ecar1'es. 4" -mg Homeroom 220, From left: P. Peters, B. Ruch K. Bind' AN .5 Q- , ics, A. row 25 B. Ruch, J. James, R. Schaeffer, T. Fritz, J. Toth, B. Miller Frock, R. Crisce, C. Silfies, row 'lg J. Musselman, L. Fenstermak- M. Smith, row 3, A. Love, J. Vasrab, D. Meyer, J. Beil, J. Men er, N. Schaeffer, M. Focht, Geiger, C. Hoppes, S. Nothstein, singer, T. Hinkle, D. Meashock, row 4. Homeroom 221, From left: P. Martin, M. Meckes, G. Rusyn P Frack, V. Umsteacl, S. Smith, M. Prutzanni, row lg D. Dreher, B. Silfics, C. Scott, D. Bittenbender, J. Hunsicker, L. Sutton, R. page 73 Derhammer, row 2, A. Weiss, W. Kasper, B. Burkhardt, W. Wil Iiamson, H. Nebel, D. Smith, row 3, D. Miliington, J. Sobiesiak T. Messner, R. Reaser, F, Yost, A. Erdosy, T. Biery, row 4. J Surging efver onward -- SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS l From left: John Marth, vice president, and Beatrice Ruch, secretary, seated, Glenn Meyer, president, Mr. Robert Druckenmiller, advisor, and Terry Andrews, treasurer, standing. A Message To The Sophomores: We of the 1965 Senior Class feel that you, as Sophomores, have put forth a sincere effort and have accomplished much during your first year of Senior High. But, you must continue in your ef- forts and cooperate with your teachers in the years to follow. You will find your Junior year's record to be very important when applying for college or a iob. Also as Juniors you will find that you are no longer at the bottom of the ladder. There will then be others below you for whom you must set an example and give advice to so they likewise can progress along the path of education. Moreover, you will find that your Junior year is not all work. You will be able to enioy privi- page 74 leges you did not have as Sophomores. It will also give you a good feeling to know that now there is someone looking to you for advice and lead- ership. There are many opportunities for those who are willing to work for them. We, the Seniors, know that you, the Sophomores, are capable of recog- nizing and utilizing these opportunities. We wish you the best of luck for a very successful Junior year and continued success in the future. Gregg Amore President Senior Class Laying I1 firnz f01ll1dI1f1-071, -q ,..- fi? Homeroom 107, From leff: L. RFHGF, D- Chiyka, P- Galgon. B. Gumaer, row 2, C. Schneider, B. Sfopay, D. Wetzell, J. Beltz FEiClWTl, G- Keeler. Nl- K0Cl"fif1, K- C0l6', l'0W li R- HiI'SCl1fT1Bf1, P- R. Schaeffer, M. Henry, row 3, J. Gasper, L. Tashner, D. Love Keeney, D. Shedusky, T. Sayuk, S. Schaeffer, J. Siegfried, M. lace, J. Filchner, B. Yanders, D. Lobach, row 4. 15 as .4 -., 9- dh Vw-v Homeroom 109, From left J. Felix, D. Koch, M. Beck, A. Mann, cis, T. Frisch, J. Marth, D. Newhard, J. Sfoisifs, G. Hafil, row 3 M. Funke, S. Paly, row lp R. Smith, C. Shisler, L. Derhammer, L. P. Miletics, G. Maureka, G. Kratzer, J. Feicller, K. Shoemaker Kocher, L. Smith, C. Smith, P. Haas, row 2, S. Hartman, G. Fran- J. Hnatow, J. Yurish, row 4. Dage 75 E 'F B'- Q M. Q. CD E 23 ZS QC si S n mm,, E h h Q 2 - if-Q.-. ' A 25. Q si R Q Qi. g. ,llllx 'N-X pr- J. Schwartz, C. J. Breifogle, L. Konya, D. Fitzpatrick, E. Brickler, J. Bohunicky, . Seier, B. Beil, J. Pail, row 3, R. Smith, D. Silfies, R. Heckman, T. Sayuk, L. Klipple, J. Yankovifch, N. McBride, S. Brobst, S. Smllh, row 2, J. Bauer, D. Miller, E. Fenstermalxer, row 4. homeroom 202, From left: A. Bauer, K. Korutz, Vager, A. Flyle, D. Barrall, L. Maslany, row 'lp P. Greb, J .,...-1 Homeroom 205, From left: D. Kohler, C. Grube, K. Michael, P. J. Cesanek, L. Musselman D. Muffley, R. Sylvius, row 35 D. Herr Gontar, C. Derhammer, D. Dobler, K. Lilly, row lp L. Nagy, H. zog, T. Uhrich, E. Butz, J. Fogel, K. Kichline, D. Seiple, D. Lint Borger, L. Buchman, S. Tretiak, C. Temos, B. Miller, D. Bortz, E. Bennis, G. Haas, row 4. K. Atherholt, row 2, C. Caldwell, J. Heist, T. Pfluger, R. Yelles, page 76 In alllhalzs goody Q7 A -N . N Hnmeroom 206, From left: J. Wefherhold, C. Henning, S. Stew- 25 D. Heffelfinger, T. Szerensits, F. Pokorny, J. Hildenbrandt, ard, J. Eberts, G. Marsh, S. Ross, row 'lp C. White, J. Gall, V. J. Ifkovits, R. Weber, E. Reimer, row 37 T. Andrews, J. Rice, Geiger, K. Hartzeil, M. McCaffer1y, S. Spengler, B. Weaver, row D. Muffley, D. Rabe, T. Mauser, P. Filipovits, row 4. YF! Homeroom 207, From left G. Oswald, B. Koehler, M. Voronkev' ich, S. Hiestand, D. Hanzarik, N. Reszetar, row 'Ip J. Tamandl S. Kern, D. Vaio, R. Gruber, J. Simmons, M. Haydt, S. Schall S. Wunderier, row 25 L. Deiberf, L. Gable, B. Kleckner, S. Wen- 1 1 page 77 . 49 QU Z ..,. gryn, J. Delucia, W. Ifkovits, G. Meyer, row 3, D. Spengler, G. Stubits, F. Schramel, P. Boruch, S. Boyko, J. Flamisch, N. Yap suga, L. Kleppinger, W. Leindecker, row 4. That lheir successorx may look to them - Homeroom 208, From left: M. Benninger, S. Keiser, D. Farkas, M, Schaffer, G. Oncheck, B. Ruch, row 'lp R. Hilberg, L. Fehnel, S. Herschrnan, J. Flipoviis, L. Seeley, S. Reimer, C. Bollinger, row 2, F. Jandrisovits, J. Kish, R. Becker, M. Greener, C. Takacs, . "N-gk. C... '- 'i D var ,Q Homeroom 212, From left: C. Klusarifz, J. Seigfred, L. Balliet, B. Kresge, l. Bachynsky, S. Strohl, C. Wernett, row lp J. Eberts, J. Boyle, A. Kline, B. Keller, F. Hnath, R. Miller, J. Snyder, D. Schmidt, row 27 F. Furry, T. Michael, K. Christman, T. Strohl, R. D. Fensiermaker, P. Silfies, row 3, J. Dofter, J. Farkas, S. Chris- Toff, K. Ritter, J. Fava, J. Demchyk, R. Laubach, G. Snyder, row 4. 1 Ofiinger, T. Lindenmoyer, L. Desf, C. Meixsell, row 3, P. Uhnak K. Andrews, R. Asbath, H. Raveri, M. Kohr, W. Ross, C. Braren row 4. page 78 P71711 gfllfl-fllllld and respecl. N-4 Homeroom 214, From left: D. Brosky, B. Maroski, N. Fritz, N. Shoemaker, D. Vanstrander, er, M. McCafferty, A. Herd, L. Ware, S. Borger, row 1, XC. Kelly, L. Stein- E. Selvage, P. Roberts, M. Redline, row 2, S. Gober, J. Humenik, B. Silfies, D. Pofak, G. ,Q 4 Homeroom 218, From left: S. Kroboth, D. Berg, D. Michael, L. Balliet, I. Wolfel, B. Piervallo, row 1, D. Druckenmiller, B. Hed- rick, E. Smith, A. Berger, R. Lloyd, S. Fegley, R. Rice, row 2, J. P399 a hi 'fx' Blazinsky, J. Sywensky, R. Regits, row 3, J. Mirro, B. Fenster maker, E. Kutzler, D. Meixner, A. Sauerzopl, M. Hartzell. J Hontz, E. Deck, row 4. ,Q . Dougherty, R. Coleman, L. Frederick, D. Dunay, J. Pail, A. Duffy, W. Binder, row 3, R. Sipple, M. Sulf, E. Sharkazy, M. Coleman, E. Demetrovics, R. Krill, row 4. 79 Q IZX if s N 1'-'Ss 'X . f . .5 - 1 5' fi!! 1 "' is jf: I 1 N .fi ,gs tx W- fx- V. . AJ! 1-f 77- ' 511' 9 fl K ' X ,.jgL'3- " -SZ" N R f ' .1-iii. 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Keller, E. Kleinschuster, P. Bowman, J. Augustine, E. Deily, A. Marth, R. Drake, row 2, S. Sayuk, J. Edelman, Miss Marion Laubach, advisor, F. Fenster- maker, C. Kereb, M. Horst, and G. Wuchter, row 3. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The National Honor Society has been an active influence in our school since it was chartered in 1927. Membership is limited to the top fifteen per cent of the Senior Class. The Society is cur- rently composed of forty-seven Seniors, sixteen of whom qualified during their Junior year. Led by their officers and Miss Marion Laubach, advis- or, all strive to exemplify the factors of the Na- tional Honor cornerstone: scholarship, leadership, character, and service. In keeping with their obiectives, the members sponsored a tutoring service which has proven profitable to the student body. Socially, the Soci- ety planned and promoted the annual Valentine dance, "Heartbeat Hop." Another highlight of the year was the Regional National Honor Society conference at Lehigh University, Bethlehem. At- tending were officers and Miss Laubach. Student Council members back up their officers, from left: James Feldman, Karen Walker, Kathy Becker, Thomas Lahovski, seated, standing are E. Deily, B. Minarovic, D. Reges, D. Fedo- rishen, J. Augustine, J. Krock, R. Kilgore, S. Stewart, row lg page B2 L. Kemmerer, H. Nebel, D. Meashock, J. Gill, L. Dest, A. Kohl, E. Meltsch, W. lfkovits, V. Miletics, L. Konya, J. Sywensky, E. Sharkazy, and J. Demchyk, row 2. to the task at hand. X Here is the remainder of the National Honor Society, none of J. Krock, S. Marth, row lp K. Kohler, J. Valkovec, S. Temos, G. whom appear on the scene shown on the preceding page, Kramer, B. BenVenuti, P. Barthol, D. Bensinger, row 2, D. Butz, from left: L. Bartholomew, D. Edelman, L. Leindecker, M. Leiby, L. Gogle, D. Braker, L. Creyer, B. Wirth, and W. Frey, row 3. STUDENT COUNCIL Organized in 1919 as the Student Betterment Association, the Student Council serves today as the operating vehicle of student government. Elected delegates from each homeroom are af- forded opportunities for initiative, both as indi- viduals and within the group through lending direction to such internal matters as class trips, minimal dance requirements, analysis and control of rumors, and relationships among students, tac- ,,!kk. m,,,..s. s Student Council Officers chat over a problem with their advisor. From left are Karen Walker, treasurer, Kathy Becker, secretary, Mr. Peter Schneider, advisor, Thomas Lahovski, president, and James Feldman, vice president. ulty, and administration. Together with its advisor, Mr. Peter Schneider, the Student Council sponsors protects such as the Catasauqua-Northampton Football program, Jun- ior Red Cross campaign, providing guides for school activities, improvement of school pride, and the annual spring prom honoring Seniors. This year's event was Egyptian in theme and was titled, "Pharaohs' Fantasy." J, Being inducted into the National Honor Society at ceremonies conducted by Peter McMurry, president, center, are, from left, Stephen Sayuk, Marlene Leiby, Julieann Augustine, and Donald Bensinger. . page 83 Loyal to the cause, PROJECTIONIST CLUB The Proiectionist Club is a group of very busy fellows who usually can be seen painfully struggling down the halls, bending under the weight and bulk of numerous important-look- ing cases. The cases contain samples of Mr. Balliet's "goodies," like proiectors. These are set up in classrooms or the auditorium by the bearer, who then is transformed into the pro- iectionist as well. The movie - or you name it, they have it - operators hereabouts are, from left: D. Hinkle, R. Dech, G. Engle, L. Reitz, G. Reph, R. Churetta, seated, H. Reph, C. Takacs, J. Deibert, T. Walk, D. Binder, J. Tretiak, D. Petrie, and G. Hucaluk, standing. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB "Everybody ready on the count of three" is the familiar chant of the Shutterbugs, as they importantly flit about the corridors dogged by a safari of bulb, camera, and equipment bearers plus lesser apprentices. These hard-working fellows, coordinated by Mr. John Frailey, their advisor, snap and develop practically all the pictures around the school. Photo Club members settle down long enough to be snapped themselves. From left are D. Rice, A. Smigowski, president, D. Millington, E. Herd, seated, Chris Shearer, J. Weiss, C. Meixsell, L. Dest, W. Binder, T. Biery, and Mr. John Frailey, advisor, standing. f METEOROLOGY CLUB A new satellite in the school spectrum last year was the Me- . teorology Club. It seeks to pro- mote a better understanding of the phenomena involved in weather. Officers are Richard Whitehouse, president, Dennis Petrie, vice president, Rita Go- mes, secretary, Paul Frack, treas- visor. Daily weather predictions Th h I h I h b I f In A M k are posted on the main bulletin e sc oo weat er ana ysts are t ese em ryo meteoro ogists, rom e : . ec es, If ' 91' R. Gomes, A. Love, J. Asbath, seated, D. Shoemaker, B. Saylor, A. Gogle, F. Snyder, board' What S The Wealher' D. Biechy, A. Frack, S. Drofitz, B. Krock, P. Frack, J. Stubits, and H. Gehret, standing. page B4 urer, and Mr. Frank Kovacs, ad- Be it great or small. STAGE CREW Every show, every assembly, every program that takes place within the school requires a lot of help by people who aren't afraid of doing some work or getting their hands dirty. These are the unsung heroes of the stage, you never see or hear of them, but they're indispensible. The theatrical world calls them "stage hands," here the term is "Stage Crew." LIGHTING CREW OFFICERS Some more of the "forgotten men" around the school are the members of the lighting crew. Here, in their usual "oper- ating room" - the proiection room above the auditorium, the Lighting Crew Offi- cers look over the script of another pro- duction. These are the "Backstage Beauties plus two Boys," from left: G. Smith, D. Walker, R. Kilgore, J. Hauck, seated, W. Prockl, C. DaMore, L. Prae- torius, K. Becker, and Smigowski, standing. in-In we 7 Shown in one of their "electrifying" characterizations are, from left, Mr. Harry Witemeyer, advisor, and Lighting Crew Officers Raymond Anthony, vice president, Michael Wagner, treasurer, William Stout, secretary, and Eric Reinert, president. LIGHTING CREW What has already been said above concerning much - and dirty - work could be repeated verbatim again here, it applies equally, or more so. The lighting crew is actually called into action oftener than the stage crew, there are many occasions de- manding lighting control that do not require physical onstage changes. We could say the Light- ing Crew operates iust about full time, and we'd be right. The Lighting Crew beams with illumination, from left: E. Yapsuga, E. Reinert, W. Stout, R. Anthony, P. Schneider, seated, D. Soffera, B. Krock, L. Hinkle, T. Andrews, J. Lentz, W. Romanishan, J. Breyfogle, B. Burkhardt, and K. Andrews, standing. page 85 Building morale - N Club members pose on the bus loading ramp for the Amp- tennian photographer. From left, they are: L. Roberts, R. Bird, D. Morgan, W. Harding, Mr. Harry Witemeyer, R. Klipple, G. Amore, R. Heffelfinger, L. Ellis, J. Gill, M. Horst, D. Fedorishen, C. DaMore, R. Crisce, row lg J. Herschman, M. Marakovits. J. Sickar, C. Spengler, C. Williamson, J. Weidmann, M. Nachesty, S. Riegel, S. Reese, C. Christman, B. BenVenuti, G. Kramer, H. Ever since 1925, when the N Club was orga- nized, this active group has existed to promote the school and its activities. Membership has al- ways been limited to the wearers of earned N's. Originally these were solely athletes, however a number of years ago letters came to be awarded those achieving standards set for participation in other school activities as well. C Sodl, B. Silfies, K. Wagner, A. Remmel, B. Silfies, W. Richie, row 27 S. Fogel, K. Mohry, M. Lisetski, D. Derkits, D. Reges, V. Mertz, E. Deily, L. Bartholomew, A. Meckes, K. Becker, J. Herd, C. Hut- ton, B. Ruch, S. Marth, row 3, J. Mauser, J. Pail, J. Pail, F. Herschman, J. Dornbach, D. Lerch, M. Haas, J. Wargo, B. Burk- hardt, D. Petrie, D. Meyer, L. Brobst, T. Hinkle, J. Guss, and L. Miller, row 4. LUB This year, as in the past, the familiar cry of "Booster Tags for sale" by all the members was much in evidence, as were all kinds of activities designed to spur the spirit of the school. The promotion of good sportsmanship among all has always been the goal of this energetic group, whose efforts are coordinated by the equally J energetic Mr. Harry Witemeyer. it 5 , f f N Club Officers, from left, Ronald Klipple, treasurer, Gregg Amore, president, RichardiHeffelfinger, vice president, and Mr. Harry Witemeyer, advisor, surround Kathy Kulp, secretary. P698 86 for the great tasks aheadj Girl Cheerleaders pose in an autumny atmosphere with the smell of football in the air. From left, they are Rosie Crisce, Scarlet Smith, Mary Beck, Elouise Deily, Susan Wunderler, Martha Nachesty, and Lynne Maslany. In rear is Captain Kathy Kulp. CHEERLEADERS "Ready-O-O-O" is the rollicking summons of the Cheerleaders that signals the loss of all re- straint and the reign of vocal chaos. This sort of voodooism goes on at all sports events, and our lovely Iassies are out there loosing their lusty lungs regardless of rain, snow, mud, or flood. They and their Coach, Miss Joan Kremus, really work at it. Speaking of cheerleading, this has been known at Northampton as long as sports, and it has at long last undergone a complete cycle. ln the "good old days," female cheerleaders were un- heard of. Gradually the pendulum swung until male cheerleaders were unheard of. This year we have both - a new crop of lively lads who clo the horsey hollering at girls basketball games. f f L, 1'-wr"-' s ,. Our new crop of male cheerleaders crouch in the gymnasium ready to spring forth and charger from left are Terry Andrews, John Mirro, Joseph Bauer, Richard Schaf- fer, and Kerry Andrews. Page 87 Building the loyal heart, The charter members of the new Winston Churchill Chapter, Quill and Scroll Society are, from left: W. Frey, Sandra Marth, president, Nancy Kratzer, secretary-treasurer, .Barbara Wirth, vice president, seated, J. Krock, C. Marsh, L. Leindecker, C. Kereb, B. Hoch, Mrs. Marianne Saul, advisor, G. Smith, E. Kleinschus- ter, L. Bartholomew, and C. Diehl, standing. QUILL AND SCROLL SOCIETY Another new organization, the "Quill and Scroll Society," ioined the school family during the cur- rent term. Its obiectives are to encourage and re- ward outstanding individual achievement in jour- nalism, or some ot its phases. The "Winston Churchill" Chapter was formally instituted at impressive candlelight ceremonies conducted by the Catasauqua High School Chap- ter, during which sixteen new members were inducted. Sandra Marth was elected chapter presi- dent. Serving as advisor is Mrs. Marianne Saul. LIBRARY CLUB During the many years that a library has been an integral part of Northampton High, there have been library aides. These have now organized into a Library Club whose obiectives parallel their functions. Miss Grace McGrath, librarian, serves as advisor. The aides report the presence of students in the library by delivering permits to the teacher of as- signment. They likewise locate books and maga- zines, return books to proper places after use, and prepare and place relevant information on bulle- tin boards, peg boards, or in display cases to help the student body toward good reading. Here are the Library Aides, pardon us, we mean Clubmen, from left: Nancy Kratzer, secretary-treasurer, Susan Schlegel, president, Jean Newhard, vice president, and Miss Grace McGrath, advisor, row 'Ig S. Min- nich, J. Neetz, L. Rehrig, P. Hontz, S. Marth, A. Asbath, B. Shoemaker, M. Toth, A. Marth, row 2, C. Sam- uels, B. Hoch, L. Dilliard, K. Mohry, J. Daumer, L. Oberly, Nancy Treichler, L. Snyder, C. DaMore, J. Edel- man, and M. Petrick, row 3. page 88 The dedicated' 111 ind, JI Beta Tri-Hi-Y is composed of Juniors. From left, they are: M. Piscitelli, Linda Eckhart, secretary, Penny Martin, president, Barbara Mondschein, trea D. Snyder, row 1, L. Schreck, G. Giunta, G. Rusyn, K. Bindics, P. Peters, C. Seier, M. Prutzanni, row 2, K. Barner, N. Rinker, E. Borger, B. C erts, C. Hoppes, E. Gilbert, row 3. huss, J. surerg Susan Graver, chaplain, Paula Onuschak, vice president, Hunsicker, A. Hoffman, M. Gilbert, A. Baker, R. Bunk, L. Rob- TRI-Hl-Y The "Y" organizations have been an integral part of Northampton's activity program for a long time. In 1917, they were the "Camp Fire Girls," and the local chapter was "Camp Lechauwekif' During the Twenties they were transformed into the more prosaic "Girl Reserves," while a boys organiza- tion, the "Hi-Y," came into being. The Hi-Y is no longer a part of the school acl tivity scene, meanwhile time has seen the trans- formation of the Girl Reserves into the "Tri-Hi-Y." Working cooperatively, they held the YMCA's discussion series, "Teen Talk," during meetings. Last October, they welcomed the autumn season by sponsoring a record hop. ln December they brought Christmas to Allentown hospital pati- ents - complete with their own Santa Claus. Dur- ing the indoor sports seasons, they operated a checkroom as a service to patrons. They are ad- vised by Mrs. Lois Sheffler and Miss Joan Wesley, respectively. Sophomores have the Delta Tri-Hi-Y Chapter. From left, they are: Karen Korutz, secretary: Debra Michael, presidenty Nancy Reszetar, treasurer, row lp E. Bachynsky, S. Scholl, J. Felix, A. Bauer, N. Fritz, row 25 M. Borger, K. Lilly, J. Yankovitch, and L. Smith, row 3. page 89 lt's harvest moon, the summer's done, We bid a fond farewell to fun. Cool, crisp days, and autumn's here, We hit the books for one more year. l f 11:5 Q Q3 'Qtr Football games, and cheers we scream, On Turkey Day, the winning team. f wif-,,.,g V -if , -f J as -J 1727? tif' i" it it - "Qh'wl,Jfi,,-K Mk' tug' , t Bells ring out with Christmas cheer, ll . . . . W. , Uv The air outside is crisp and clear. M Qlalrnhar ., ' Ml . The New Year starts with parties Then buckle down, no time to All too suddenly, again, it's June, x' A s of hearts and love divine. Will you be my Valentine?" page 9l Each Senior's life-bound, all too soon. Couples, formal, find delight And thrills, enchantment, it's prom night April showers, come once more - Sing springtime's end to winter sore. Scientists busy beating brain, To build a world that's safe and sane. nga i s LK Witlz ho nor- 5-'I fi Y l I 4? page 92 AMPTENNIAN If you've never been on the producing end of a school yearbook, you've never lived, neither can you possibly begin to understand iust how hectic and confusing - even if it's organized confu- sion - it can get. This year's Amptennian was no exception, in fact it was about as hectic as it could get. It is likewise impossible to describe adequately the number of hours put in and the painstaking work done by some of the sincere, dedicated per- sons on the staff. Only a few of them are Gail Kramer, Susie Fogle, Lil Mirro, our Junior Edi- tors - Mary Lisetski and Paulette Kutzler - Char- lie Nordquist, Bob Henry, Willie Frey, a host more, and please don't overlook our chiefs, Beckie Kilgore and Gayle Smith. At any rate, the long months of suffering are over, and here is the i965 Amptennian. We had the golden opportunity for a splendid theme, it was fun to explore it and we hope we were able to do iustice to it. Perhaps a few of us will live again fifty years from now when another lively Senior Class discovers us and another anniversary year. V and with pria'e,' .L mf A-fx. STAFF page 92, left to right. top to bottom: Layout: J. Augustine and S. Fogle, editors, seated, D. Folland, L. Oberly, R. Schneider, A. Mills, S. Andrews, J. Laub, K. Becker, C. Silfies, H. Sodl, S. Weider, standing. Advisors: Mr. John Frailey, photo, Rebecca Kilgore, Gayle Smith, co-editors, Mr. Melvin Kleppinger, art, seated, Joan Krock, literary, Mr. Ray Wahl, advisor, Paulette Kutzler, Junior co-editor, Charles Nordquist, editorial, Mary Lisetski, Junior co- editor, and Mrs. Betty Geiger, business and typing, standing. Art: J. Keller and G. Kramer, editors, W. Frey, seated, J. Hauck and D. Walker, standing. Editorial: G. Smith and R. Kilgore, co-editors, S. Fogle, seated, L. Anderson, C. Scott, M. Lisetski, S. Marth, B. Wirth, J. Augus- tine, G. Kramer, J. Keller, row 2, D. Rice, W. Frey, P. Kutzler, A. Smigowski, R. Henry, D. Stettler, row 3. 34. page 93, left to right, top to bottom: Typing: S. Marth and L. Leindecker, editors, seated, M. Barrett, J. Edelman, N. Marsh, C. Samuels, A. Wambold, C. Kereb, L. Gogel. Business: L. Gogel and F. Fenstermaker, editors, row 1, E. Deily, 5. Marth, J. Neetz, P. Bowman, V. Mertz, row 2, A. Erdosy, C. Christman, N. Rau, D. Edelman, L. Leindecker, D. Braker, P. Ger- gel, M. Leiby, row 3. Sports: J. Stimpfl, R. Henry, editor, J. Gill, seated, L. Brobst, T. Lahcvski, R. Klipple and R. Heffelfinger, standing. Literary: W. Frey and B. Wirth, editors, row I, L. Bartholomew, C. Diehl, S. Schlegel, B. Ruch, S. Marth, row 2, M. Barrett, B. Ruch, C. Gabel, C. DaMore, C. Kereb, P. Ware, S. Wagner, L. Mirro, C. Stoudt, P. Barthol, B. BenVenuti, J. Krock, S. Temos, J. Valkovec, row 3. page 93 1. 1:- A ,fw- 7 1 .42 ff E l 4if'l. P . , ...., i i? :3 1 ?1gtif.,e + f' 'i 1-ag. 4 4 'P ' aft' 5' 4- ,t . .4 s 1 ,hw 1 -Q -. f 1 ,vi 4 .4 id 7' i -- 1 I - 413' 5. Q ,A . 'fs Q W, , ., 1 A In 1 gm ip -.-.,.5Jr,,., 4 n,.g., Be it a task 7 S. These comprise the News Staff of the Courier. From left are J. Daumer, K. Mohry, C. Peters, E. Kleinschuster, B. Wirth, L. An- derson, seated, D. Michaels, C. Sziagyi, and L. Haydt, standing. CONCRETE Articles assigned, written, counted, proofread, typed, laid out, all this is repeated every month in Room 219, home of the Concrete Courier. Led by Editors Carolyn Marsh, senior, and Donna Reges, junior, and advised by Mrs. Mari- anne Saul, the Courier is packed with news, sports, and features, plus new columns like "Baby Face" and "College Corner." Courier features are written by this staff, from left: S. Reese, B. Hoch, N. Kratzer, C. Diehl, J. Krock, P. Haas, seated, L. Kloi- ber, R. Haas, I. Blocker, L. Smith, C. Miltenberger, J. Gill Cin rearj, standing. COURER Articles are assigned by the editors to staff edi- tors, and in turn to writers. Completed copy comes back, is checked and typed, turned over to layout staff for assembly, then to the school print shop for production. When this has been done, the completed issue comes back to its point of origin for the circulation staff to count, fold, and deliver. Courier Chiefs Carolyn Marsh, editor, Mrs. Marianne Saul, ad- visor, and Donna Reges, assistant editor, look over one of their products. The Courier Layout and Circulation Staff, from left: L. Nagy, C. Miltenberger, N. Marsh, G. Smith, L. Kloiber, M. Focht, B. Silfies, G. Huber, G. Giunta, J. Hunsicker, S. Graver. page 94 with modest return, or The Marching Band lines up on the athletic field, all set for the start of another football game. THE It was last August when the bandsmen, one hundred strong, started drilling for a busy season that wound up with no less than thirty-five public appearances. Marching season found them strutting at all the football games, a number of Hallowe'en pa- rades, plus three contests, including Northamp- ton's own Cavalcade of Bands - and the famous Reading Pretzel Bowl game, where they copped the second place trophy fwho'll ever forget that bus ride back?l. The concert season wasn't long in following: BAND there were the assemblies and special engage- ments, including the Senior Class play, Junior Speaking Contest, and the band's own concert, "Bandology." When selection time for honors came along, Peter McMurry, baritone horn player, received the nod to participate in both the District and State Bands. In May, a successful and fun-filled year was climaxed by a trip to New York City, and every- one was glad they had worked as hard as they did. With one eye on their conductor and the other on their scores the Concert Band performs - at the concert, "Bandology." page 95 A throne surrounded DANCE MAJORETTES As snappy as they are pretty, the band's Maiorettes are, from left: Pamela Ware, Carlene Spengler, Cindy Silfies, Helen Sodl, kneeling, Nancy McBride, Mary Lisetski, Janice Herd, Drum Maior Lucy Miller, Rita Rice, and Sharon Riegel. BAND The dance band plays for only one reason: iust plain fun. It performs at assemblies, local dances, and contests with a repertoire ranging from jazz to rock 'n' roll. There are seventeen members, of which the photograph depicts, from left, Dan Butz, Craig St. James, and Len Ellis in the foreground. page 96 by fame and glory. COLOR GUARD Stepping it off on the school campus is the band's Color Guard, from left: Linda Praetorius, Kathy Becker, Barbara BenVenuti, Paulette Kutzler, Ruth Hilberg, Diane Kohler, Janice Souilliard, P and Nancy Rau. BASKETBALL BAND N L Da-Da Da- "Charge!" was an innovation at basketball games 1his year as an impromptu basketball band completed its first full season of service. Led by Mark Herman and Will Frey, these fifteen basketball fans volunteered their services at all home league games. page 97 For those who raise their 'voices - CHRISTMAS VESPERS The Choruses and ensembles blend their voices and talents to do another of the Christmas Vespers which have become tradition. Vocal music has come a long way in Northamp- ton, and a considerable share of credit for its fine progress is due Mrs. Thelma Santee, who relin- quishes her music as of this term to teach English. The Christmas Vespers, which have become a tradition here, again held capacity audiences spellbound with the flickering candles, "Tannen- baum," the peaceful beauty of "Silent Night," and the maiestic thunder of the "HalIeluiah Chorus." few to X X f X T l l 1 l l I Singing selected passages in the Vespers were. from left: S. Fogle, S. Kline, M. Horst, L. Koch, J. Solt, S. Lerch, row 1, K. Ruch, D. Butz, L. Brobst, P. McMurry, L. Ellis, and T. Messner, row 2. page 98 In llze berzuiy of song, MIXED ENSEMBLE The Mixed Ensemble comprises, from left: C. Scott fat pianol, B. Piervallo, D. Berg, M. Meckes, S. Kline, M. Horst, S. Fogle, L. Koch, J. Solt, C. Bollinger, S. Lerch, row 'lg B, Ruch, D. Butz, L. Brobst, D. Rodgers, K. Ruch, L. Ellis, P. McMurry, R. Krill, T. Messner, D. Lobach, row 2. Another high spot of choral music program is the Spring Concert. This year's was centered about theme, "Love Makes the World Go 'Round" - and they did the music superbly. Chorus mem- bers gave Mrs. Santee a surprise presentation in appreciation of her many contributions to vocal music. The Vespers and Concert are but a few of in- numerable appearances made by the choruses and various groups within them during the school year. These are depicted in this section of the Amptennian, including the next page. BOYS OCTET This is the Boys Octet, which also sports a quartet within its ranks, from left: D. Butz, L. Brobst, D. Rod- gers, K. Ruch, P. McMurry, D. Lobach, R. Krill, L. Ellis. page 99 comes beauty in return. DISTRICT CHORUS formance won them places in the District Chorus Festival. From left, they are M. Horst, P. McMurry, S. Lerch, row I, K. Atherholt, J. Solt, row 2, R. Krill, L. Ellis, K. Ruch, L. Brobst, row 2. GIRLS ENSEMBLE One of the finest vocal groups anywhere is the Girls Ensemble, from left: S. Fogle, C. Bollinger, M. Smith, R. Zimmerman, B. Lakey, J. Solt, A. George, K. Walker, row 'lg N. Shoemaker fat pianol, M. Horst, S. Kline, D. Berg, S. Lerch, L. Koch, J. Keller, B. Piervallo, D. Bortz, row 2, K. Atherholt, B. Miller, S. Lerch, G. Marsh, L. Roberts, G. Kramer, row 3. page l00 These were the people whose voices and per- He1'e gather fwisdom, JUNIOR SPEAKING CONTEST A hush of anticipation pervades the audience, eight nervous students appear - and the thirty- ninth annual Junior Speaking Contest is under- way. Another hush as winners are announced by the iudges. Second place awards go to Mary Lis- etski and Richard Burbes. First places are awarded to the happy people just to the right. rt O 4 12 W0 gn. Q: 03 .. K c-o ..- '12 H7 -2 UI JE 0.0 -. t.fD O TGI 55 GJ 22. :-0 Q. .. O IA THE CONTESTANTS h . Q 'Sf This year's contestants in the school's oldest continuous event, from left: Tony Kohl, "To Serve Many" Nancy Bukovina, "Sorry, Wrong Number," Timothy Hinkle, "The Fall of the House of Usher," seated, John Gill, "The Summer of the Beautiful White Horsey" Donna Reges, "Nothing to Destroy," Paulette Kutzler, "O Ye Jigs and Ju- lepsp" Mary Lisetski, "Foghorn," and Richard Burbes, "The Lottery," standing. All were coached by Miss Elaine Miller, of the faculty. page IOI For future Which one's the patient? Marie Maikits, left, and Pat Martin, right, give Peter McMurry, in bed, some at- tention. These are absolutely not zombies - only Peter Mc- Murry, backed up by William Frey, both made up and ready to go onstage. responsibilities will place -- THE SENIOR Another edition of still another event which has be- come tradition at Northampton took place the last Wed- nesday in January -the Senior Class Play. As has like- wise become custom, it was a rollicking comedy. The vehicle done was Felicia Metlcalf's "Take Your Medi- cane." The plot unfolded around the whims of Leonard Ellis as a hospital patient whose ills were only a sour dis- position and too much money. In the twin room with him was Peter McMurry, plagued by too much raisin pie. Romance and wrong impressions further tangled the plot with Susan Fogle as the niece of Ellis and LeRoy Brobst, her professor fiance who has just earned his doctorate and is promptly mistaken by the hypochon- driac uncle for a physician. There were further compli- cations, James Feldman as an escaped psychopath, Bar- bara Fenstermaker, the student nurse who seemingly knew only her plaintive cry, "Temperchure, temper- chure." The photo finish occurred when the new Ph.D. saved the uncle's life, by capturing the psychopath, won the girl and a financial reward in the bargain. The produc- tion was coached by Mrs. Mae McCann. page 102 The fale of the 'world - CLASS PLAY The Players Peter McMurry, William Frey, Pat Martin, Marie Mai- kits, Carolyn Marsh, Leonard Ellis, Rita Miller, Barbara Fenstermaker, Susan Fogle, LeRoy Brobst, Dolores Rude- litsch, Barbara BenVenuti, James Feldman, Alice Mills, Cathy Samuels, Sandra Weider, Pamela Ware, and Elouise Deily. The Director Mrs. Mae McCann Faculty Advisors Miss Joan Wesley, properties, Miss Grace McGrath, make-up, Mr. Melvin Kleppinger and Mr. Henry Fuiita, stage set, Mr. Harry Witemeyer, lighting, and Mr. Ray- mond Becker, music. Student Advisors Chris DaMore, director, Elouise Deily, Paulette Pau- kovits, Betsy Horst, and Linda Koch, prompters, Janis Daumer and Robert Fatzinger, properties, Diane Fedor- ishen, Sandra Marth, Margaret Toth, Kathy Mohry, and Geraldine Kocher, make-up, Eric Reinert, Wayne Roma- nishan, and Michael Wagner, lighting crew, and Robert Churetta, sound effects. page l03 You can't always tell from pictures. Barbara Fenster- maker, center, seems to be battling with Carolyn Marsh, but James Feldman, in rear, is the psychopath. Kathy Mohry, right, steps back to survey the make-up job she did on Rita Miller. t Upon us. SENIOR "Hmmm . . .," ponders Tom Lahovski ileftl, 5: -5 1 The world - even outer space - condensed into complex lines, this is mechanical drawing. In industry, mechanical drawing is a must, from a straight line to a satellite, and Mr. Harry Reiff works toward that kind of preparation. The arts of construction find expression in the wood and metal shops as students of today learn to be build- ers of tomorrow's material world. L while just to rear Mr. Harry Reiff talks fig- ures to someone else. Ralph Dech and James Gardner do some more pondering. The modern secretary, responsible for orderly procedures, gets initial training on a high-school typewriter. The complex business world needs shortcuts, this means abbreviation which in turn means shorthand which, plus office machines, is also taught here. Preparing for the wheels of commerce is a pleasant task at Northampton, with the latest in equipment and a top-rated staff. The enthusiastic quest for knowledge . . . a homemaking class session. In foreground are Lucille Person and Sharon Spengler. ln far background is Mrs. Ruth Huber, instructor. page I04 Learning - not for knofwlea'ge alone, SUBJECTS They aren't talking but the message from Loretta Mast and Frank Astl, in foreground, seems to be, ". . . and l thought I knew the alphabet." Behind Frank, Mrs. Magda- -- Iene Hauke helps Nancy Kratzer. To im- mediate rear is Jeanie Valkovec. It is now known that proper nourishment is a factor influencing the mental condition of a per- son. This and many more components of that most important aspect of life - the home - are taught in homemaking. A shrinking world has necessitated spanning the obstacle commonly called the language bar- rier. Northampton's language bridge contains four ' A M i K T' A91-D Tm X X Xl' All A spans: German, Spanish, French, and Latin. The fundamentals of Latin are a natural springboard for branching into the others. The color of old Spain is mixed with the music of Spanish syllables in a program from elementary through high school. The suave grace of French, world diplo- matic languauge, is made an enioyable experi- ence, as is the crisp, guttural precision of the world scientific tongue, German. "Roger - over and out," proclaims Miss Elaine Miller, second from left - in German, of course -- to LeRoy Brobst, Carolyn Marsh, and Jacob Gruber. page IOS Buf,inpa1'I . . 4 if N Q N Q "This is your pilot," dreams John Toth - in French - as pas- sengers Susan Temos, Janice Herd, Donald Bensinger, and Jerome Stimpfl listen attentively. Mathematics is likewise a going program, with something available to every student's needs. The new emphasis of Albert Einstein's searching mind is reflected from advanced mathematics down through shop math. Neither are the fine arts, such as music and art lacking. These endeavor to develop the creative powers of students as individuals, to use as they will- professionally or as a hobby. "That's what I got," Andy Martnick proudly proclaims to Mr. Robert Druckenmiller in Psychology. "Double bubble -toil and trouble," quoth Mac- Beth. English is not entirely exempt from the lang- uage barrier, as Seniors, with eleven years behind them, found out this year as well in their quest for knowledge. The school English program has undergone several cycles designed to produce a fully coordinated course from first through twelfth. . Img: "The word is AND, and it's English," Mr. Nabeeh Younes explains to his Spanish IV class. page IO6 Learning I0 lffue. "But Mr. Lisetski, I'll never make the over 510,000 income "l dare ya to shake it up," quips Joan Keller, left, to Cynthia bracket," Stephen Sayuk wails in Problems of Democracy. Scott in Chemistry class. ln this age of ideologies and political problems, Problems of Democracy stresses a knowledge of government. Much more goes into the social stud- ies program in all grade levels. Also open to Sen- iors is Psychology, in which the ability to live to- gether in a complex world is stressed, partly through the exploration and analysis of people's needs and wants. With the flow of traffic increasing steadily be- tween Earth and outer space, the need for quali- fied minds has expanded tremendously. We are fortunate to have a Science Department capably prepared for the space age. No small part of the science program, especially for Seniors, is chem- istry, where smoke and stacks of sophisticated looking iars appear to be all in the day's work. "Boo!" shouts Veronica Mertz, as Rita Schneider, left, and Miss Joan Kremus, right, do an assist in gym class. page ID7 OJ? f-,,,, .1 , E 5253 1 V? Q-E ,-Qui "-JE,-. -Ax 5 BOYS' BASKET BALL TEAM Let them fwin with pride, Watching the antics of the student body from the sidelines at our first "pep meeting," outdoors, are teachers, from left: Mr. Albert Proctor, Mr. James Oplinger, Mr. Andrew Melosky, and Mr. Harry Witemeyer. FOOT Enthusiasm goes a long way, but it takes more than enthusiasm to win games. Our football team, driven hard by Coach Al Erdosy and his assistants, responded nobly, but just couldn't seem to get started. Crucial fumbles and a few bad breaks plagued the Kids. On September 25, full of optimism, they trav- eled to Phillipsburg. The Stateliners came up with an overpowering team and dealt them a severe setback. The Monday Morning Quarterbacks picked Emmaus over Northampton, but were proven wrong by a sneaky 13-12. The next blow came at the hands ofthe Whitehall Zephyrs, a 13-7 defeat. "Ball, ball, who's got the ball?" seems to be what a lot of fellows are saying during this play in the Emmaus game. page 110 who lose fwitlz poise' BALL 9 fl There were a few wins after that, until Lehigh- ton came along. This was a must for the Kids to win, but enthusiasm wasn't enough, they didn't. The season did end gloriously, though, with Northampton handing Catasauqua its customary Thanksgiving Day trouncing. For an inexperienced team, the record didn't show up too load: Opponent: North. Opp. Phillipsburg .........., 0 42 Emmaus .............. I3 12 Whitehall -. ............ 7 13 Palmerton -.- ......c.. -,-l4 12 Lehighton ............. 7 I2 Nazareth - ............ 12 7 Stroudsburg ........... 26 7 Catasauqua 32 6 5 - f lg . ., - X ..... U. N . X? - l '-4 as ive' H X 'mi The Co-captains and Coaches: Co-captains John Gasper and Tom Lahovski, kneeling, Coaches William Stranzl, Head Coach Al Erdosy, Peter Schneider, Andrew Melosky, and James Oplinger, standing. Richard Heffelfinger carries the ball and Catasauquans "gang up" on him in the turkey day game. page lll 13111 lu' fzvlzo forex lnftlerly f VARSHY The Varsity Squad, from left: Assistant Coach Peter Schneider, G. Oplinger, J. Wargo, P. DeNardo, J. Gasper, T. Lahovski, R. Klippel, R. Heffclfinger, AI Erdosy, head coach, row 'lg D. Meyer, J. Szilagyi, F. Gasper, D. Onkotz, T. Yost, V. Fegley, A. Erdosy Jr., L. Kovach, F. Miletcis, row 2, Assistant Coach Jim Oplinger, J. Chimics, W. Richie, J. Szilagyi, P. Schneider Jr., A. Lubenesky, R. Fatzinger, J. Nederostek, D. Morgan, Assistant Coach Andy Melosky, row 3, G. Beil, P. Marth, G. Meyer, J. Billy, W. Rema- Iey, A. Kohlhauser, J. Faryna, J. Kish, F. Herschman, Assistant Coach William Stranzl, row 45 Manager J. Vitushinsky Kin rearl. JAYVEES Q... - '- - . A . ... i. . -cr., ru-..,.,... V-avg , ' fr' The Jayvee Squad, from left: Coach Jim Oplinger, L. Tashner, J. Dornbach, F. Wolfel, K. Andrews, S. Christoff, T. Filipovits, E. Kutzler, D. Petrie, J. Pail, row 1, S. Gober, P. Kovach, M. Bah- nick, A. Kereb, W. Garrison, D. Herzog, C. Caldwell, J. Feidler, J. Gall, Coach Will Stranzl, row 2, R. Eslinger, G. Kiss, D. Dietz, page II2 f...-,Q-f.' ..fa.q..,.-..-. ..Q-if ' 1 ' , . . ..f. .. , M ..... T. Colarusso, R. Sipple, P. Uhnak, T. Milisits, A. Onkotz, T. Lop- zonski, L. Konya, row 3, Manager J. Gasper, E. Butz, B. Frable, D. Solt, J. Glendenmeyer, W. lfkovits, S. Paul, M. Smallen, N. Yapsuga, B. Davis, J. Choronzak, row 4. Shall ww' 1c'1'l1 in vanity. GIRLS BASKETBALL This season saw the return ot girls basketball to var- sity league competition for the first time since T936. Led by Co-captains Mary Rank and Veronica Mertz, they came through with tour victories: Slatington, Strouds- burg, and two against Hellertown. It was also apparent that the strategies of Miss Joan Kremus, coach, and Miss Janet Yelenics, assistant, were paying oft along with solid team determination, for these victories were definite progress from the team's initial non-league season last year. The team loses five Seniors, but there are promising underclassmen on the way up. H my 1.'A Wa.pWQ Basketball Co-captains are, from left, Mary Rank and Veronica Mertz. In rear are Managers Judy Yanko- vitch, Cynthia Williamson, Kathy Kulp, and Joanne James. ,ff X The Girls Basketball team, from left: B. Feichtl, S. Milisits, A. Baker, M. Rank, V. Mertz, J. Gabryluk, S. Riegel, J. Sickar, row 19 C. Seyer, K. Fehnel, N. Marakovits, M. Henry, C. Schneider, L. Henry, P. Kutzler, J. Weidman, N. McBride, row 2. page H3 Denny Onkotz practices sucker shots. fi moral to live by - BASKET Basketball, the oldest sport at Northampton, got oft to a better start this year than in many a year. Then came a slump, and from that point down it was strictly heartbreak. Coach Howard Dotter, Assistant Coach Robert Crawford, and all the basketeers fought courageously and well, but Lady Luck had turned to stone. There was one thing sure about Dotter's Trotters - they weren't quitters, they hung on with grim determination down to the final minute. Seniors Dave Hangen and Ron Klipple inspired Juniors like Lew Miller, Pete Schneider, Mike Misko, Denny Onkotz, and Jerry Dotter to make their opponents pay dearly tor victories. These Juniors and other underclassmen promise greater things next year with the training and experience they possess. The Basketball Squad, from left: P. Rumsey, R. Klipple, M. Misko, B. Burkhardt, Mgr. P. Humenik, row Ig Coach Howard Dotter, D. Hangen, J. Dotter, L. Miller, F. Laufik, D. Onkotz, P. Schneider, J. Wargo, row 2. page II4 a 'way of lifej BALL The record definitely shows a team on the upgradeg all in all it was the best season the Kids had for a long, long time. Note the close scores, there were li wins, nine losses: Opponent North. Opp. Opponent North. Opp. Fountain Hill ...... 62 Palmerton ...,s... Wilson Boro ...... 77 Catasauqua ....... Phillipsburg ...,.. Lehighton --, ---, Northwestern ..,.. Southern Lehigh --- Emmaus ---,- - --- Whitehall -...s... Bangor .......... Slatington --- ---- Stroudsburg ...... Palmerton ......a. Emmaus ......... Catasaqqua ...... Whitehall ..... --- Lehighton ..... -s- Slatington ........ Stroudsburg ...... Lew Miller steals the ball from Tom Burk holder in the Catty game. AE Lew Miller and Denny Onkotz iNo. 321, both with white ierseys, make a penetrating attack in the Strouds- burg game. E Preparing us Charles Nordquist, for a pin. Northampton, closes in on Joseph Schaffer, Whitehall, WRESTLING This year's wrestling team proved to be an unsinkable powerhouse - a iugger- naut that swept everything in its path to take the new Lehigh Valley League cham- pionship for the second time in as many years. lt kept right on going to score three shutouts - the first since 1958 -to domi- nate the first Lehigh Valley League tour- nament lat which they were hosti and kept right on going some more to trounce Hellertown, champion of the Lehigh- Northampton League, and William Allen, powerhouse of the East Penn League. Directed by Harry Wall, head coach, Gordon Bartholomew and Alvin Hoffman, assistants, the squad was stacked with Seniors: Glen Chamberlain, Bob Henry, Jan Billy, Charlie Nordquist, Gregg Amore, and Brian Lloyd, all of whom were tourney winners. These are now losses which will be difficult to replace. F . Northampton's Wrestling Squad, from left: W. Richie, D. Laury, B. Lloyd, G. Amore, C. Nordquist, J. Billy, R. Henry, G. Chamberlain, row 1, Coach Harry B. Wall, A. Love, A. Lubenetsky, J. Toth, E. Meltsch, J. Hildebrandt, Assistant Coach Gordon Bartholomew, row 2, B. Coleman, D. Stettler, K. Longenbach, R. Dech, W. Remaley, B. Fox, J. McCandless, T. Mauser, and R. Spengler, row 3. page Il6 CHAMPS for a world of ri'valry. The scoreboard of champions, includ- ing the shutouts we mentioned across the page, as well as the defeat of two other league champions, is one to be justly proud of. It is also one which will keep many a team of future Northampton wrestlers hopping to match: Opponent: Nazareth --- Stroudsburg William Allen Emmaus ..c. Easton ..... Whitehall -- Slatington ....... Northwestern Hill School -2 Catasauqua ,. Pen Argyl -- William Allen Hellertown - North. Opp. -------32 l2 -------32 l2 c-,,s,--25 l7 """-46 3 Northav-npton's Gregg Amore works on another pm this time on Easton --4----l6 31 High's Young. A,Ws,,,,47 O ------.-43 8 H, ,.v.. 64 O .--.,,-.-24 20 an .c,.. 62 O M--,,-,..52 8 -------17 25 -------3l 9 is i X y . ,Q Vg , VH 5 . ir . - ,-4f' 'W' at ' ' t 'Q Af LK X- iz to 2 Q ., va' W A? t X ll' 5, I H i J, - 'E 'N' ff' 5 Charles Nordquist demonstrates a hold on Dennis Laury, as Coach Harry Wall lfar Ieftl directs Looking on are, from left, Gregg Amore, Keith Longenbach, Jan Billy, Glenn Chamberlain, and Robert Henry page II7 Let us grow strongj FIELD HOCKEY Another innovation was heralded at Northamp- ton this year with the welcoming of girls field hockey into the varsity sports program. Answering Coach Joan Kremus' call for candi- dates was a horde of high-spirited females that all but left her dumb-founded. Finally, though, the squad narrowed down to thirty girls, led in action by Veronica Mertz and Julieann Augustine, co-captains. It was a typical first season, they didn't win any of the four games on the varsity schedule, but they gained valuable experience for the future, and they'll be in a much better position from here on in. For the record and for future reference, the first goal was scored by Co-Captain Veronica Mertz with an assist from Rita Schneider. Here are some typical hockey field comments, applicable to both practice and matches, first-hand from first-year veterans: "All right, you kids, get going -two laps, run, not walk." "There's 'Tank' and 'Skinny' leading the squad through calisthenics." "Emmaus ready?" "Yes." "Northampton ready?" "Yes." The whistle goes, and its ground-sticks, ground- sticks, ground-sticks, HIT. "That's it. . . stay with it. . . come on girls, let's go . . . get that ball away from them!" "Hey, the whistle blew, is that it?" "Our first game is over. Gee, so soon." Opponent NHS Opp. Emmaus .........c.... O 6 Whitehall ,,....-.. ----i 2 Southern Lehigh -------- 2 6 Phillipsburg ----------- l 5 Hockey Squad, from left: C. Beahm, A. Remmel, C. Grube, V. Mertz, V. Chimarys, J. Laub, D. Folland, J. Neetz, row I, D. Bar- rall, L. Oberly, J. Onkotz, S. Fegley, C. Whitehead, C. Miltenber- ger, R. Schneider, J. Gabryluk, J. Engle, row 2, L. Roberts, J. page Il8 Berger, J. James, K. Fehnel, D. Dreher, M. Henry, Miss Joan Kremus, coach, D. Schall, L. Henry, L. Heffintrayer, J. Augustine, S. Spangler, and M. Rank. but, never at the sacrifice - TRACK Once considered a second-rate sport at North- ampton, track is definitely on the upsurge. Coach Bill Stranzl and his new assistant, Tom Peifer, have pushed team spirit to an all-time high and driven a will to win into the heart of every man on the team. With a hard core of seniors like Bruce Fox, Tom Lahovski, John Mauser, Dennis Morgan, Bob Henry, and Jim Feldman, the squad has rung up a goody share ot' victories. In short distance running, fellows like Vernon Fegely, Frank Wolfel, Tom Lahovski, and Charles Drummond score regularly for the Black and Orange. Jim Harhart does the same thing in the half-mile. In the mile, John Mauser is always good for a first, and you can be pretty sure that Bob Henry'll be right behind with a close second or third. Field men like Paul Marth, Dennis Petrie, and Fred Herschman are always an asset to a track team, so are weight men like Bruce Fox, Dennis Morgan, Alex Lubenesky, and Jake Dornbach. Opponent NHS Opp. Catasauqua ......... 58 37 Slatington ........... 52 43 Wilson Boro ......... 38 52 Stroudsburg ...e...., 39 56 Dieruff ............. 46 44 Bethlehem ..... - .... 22 68 Lehighfon .... ....-. 2 2 73 Whitehall --- --,--53 42 Palmerton -.- .... 36'f2 58lf2 Emmaus ..... .... 6 1 34 William Allen --- --,-e30 60 Who's the high jumper? You tell us, we don't know. page II9 -Q -1.4.1 Another unnamed hero does the pole vault. of our duly fo our fellofwman. Coach Mike Lisetski, right, and Assistant Jim Oplinger, left, beam as the victories begin rolling in. BASE Baseball is a lot like math, it requires a lor of precision, good timing, and The quality of exaciness. So-o-o, if you want to make a formula of ir, here's one: one excellent coaching duo plus one group of ready, willing, and able guys, equals one Terrific ball team. Thar's iusr what we have, and That's what we've always had. Besides, iT's what we'll have as long as we have coaches like "Mike" Liseiski and Jim "Casey" Oplinger. As in past years, The 1965 version will be a Threai ro everyone, all The way. Wf The Baseball Squad, from left: J. Pail, M. Misko, A. Colarusso, P. DeNardo, T. Andrews, G. Meyer, B. Parker, row 'lp M. Bah nick, S. Sayuk, K. Andrews, P. Kovach, J. Wargo, G. Beil, D Meyer, G. Oplinger, row 2, L. Fensrermaker and J. Choronzak page l20 1 managers, B. Lloyd, Coach Michael Liseiski, B. Yanders, R. Hood, - G. Eberts, P. Schneider, J. Pany, H. Borger, Assistant Coach . James Oplinger, B. Burkhardt, and B. Saylor, manager, row 3. Let us grow staunch ana' upright, BALL Speaking of the past, this is the Amp- tennian's golden anniversary - and it's also the golden anniversary of baseball in Northampton High, the first team played in 1915. We salute the Black and Orange Nine on fifty glorious, action-packed years. We can't tell you much about this sea- son, only three games were played thus far, but we have three victories: Opponent NHS Opp. Catasauqua ..... 8 3 Fountain Hill .... 8 2 Northwestern ---I4 4 "Okay, what DID happen to the bat?" "One more strike and he'll be out too." "Thought I wouldn't swing at that one, eh? "All right, I'll ask one more time, 'Who has the balI'?" Page I2I Both physically and morallyj "How do l get out of these confounded poles?" Sandi Milisits seems to be saying, as Veronica Mertz and Rita Schneider stand by to help. 1 Q. GYM TEAMS There have been gym teams tor many years at Northampton, both boys and girls gym teams, and there have been people who excelled in this kind ot activity. However the past several years have seen interest in this activity heightening. This has been noted particularly since the new school building was occupied in l96O. The gym team is a natural and pleasant way of complying with Presidential pleas for greater physical fitness to offset the "nation of weak- lings" accusation. A lot ot time and effort is spent by a lot ot people to develop their bodies the right way - by suitable exercise. The value ot such exercise is indisputable, check the team members. L - ' ,--..v-..- . Girls Gym Team, from left: J. Augustine, row 17 S. Milisits, R. Schneider, V. Mertz, row 25 A. Remmel, .l. Laub, K. Kulp, J. Gabryluk, V. Chimarys, C. Silfies, row 3, R. Crisce, M. Nachesty, S. Yelenics, P. Bowman, S. Riegel, C. Williamson, J. Schwartz, page row 4, L. Fehnel, L. Maslany, C. Silties, S. Galgon, K. Barrett S. Wunderler, .l. Gall, J. Weidman, G. Oncheck, and C. Hen ning, row 5. l22 Ever building upon the foundation, GYM EXHIBITION Like membership on the gym teams, participa- tion in the annual Gym Exhibition has been in- creasing in popularity. This is the event where the lads and lassies show the public what they've been practicing all year under the tutelage of Mr. AI Erdosy, boys coach, and the Misses Joan Kre- mus and Janet Yelenics, girls coaches. On the gym team they work on the uneven parallel bars, balance beam, high bar, still and flying rings, horse, Swedish box, and trampoline. The mastery ot these is demonstrated in the ex- hibition, as are precision calisthenics. The reward of the mastery is personal, it goes automatically to the individual participant. K . Dennis "Muscles" Siegfried shows superb control on the still rings, although he could be practicing yogi. 1 Boys Gym team, from left Qinside to outside rowsjz W. Richie and L. Meltsch, row 'lp R. Weber, D. Siegfried, A. Kressler, R. Attrill, J. Kish, J. Billy, row 2, W. Green, R. Edelman, J. Marth, T. Fritz, J, Harhart, E. Heffelfinger, G. Amore, row 3, D. Mor- P399 i gan, J. Frederick, D. Meyer, C. Weinhofer, R. Franya, R. Gabry- luk, D. Hall, A. Erdosy, J. Toth, L. Neff, R. Keller, V. Fegely, and Mr. Albert Erdosy, coach, row 4. l23 That no man siooa' so fall GYM ARTISTS Gregg Amore does a beautiful iob of leveling on the rings s... Jan Billy does a vertical stand on the balance bar in Stance and symmerry are displayed on the gym club. parallel bars by Albert Erdosy Jr. page I24 as 11610110 lenvll I0 hvlp his brollzer. PHYSICAL FITNESS PROGRAM When the United States Marine Corps an- nounced it was sponsoring physical fitness con- tests in memory of President Kennedy a year ago, Northampton was not long in responding to the challenge. Teams within the school were selected, and one emerged to do battle with the others. Trained and coached under the expert tutelage of Mr. Albert Erdosy and Mr. Gordon Bartholomew, the team easily conquered those of neighboring schools, then went on to do the same on a re- gional basis at Muhlenberg College, where indi- vidual honors were taken as well. Last fall, the Marines came baring trophies and plaudits. Members of Northampton's Physical Fitness Team proudly display their Marine Corps battle honors. Mr. Albert Lerch, third from right, makes presentation of team trophy, while P599 my Mn, it f members holds their individual awards, from left, John Toth, Jan Billy, and Gregg Amore, who also took top indi- vidual honors. I25 f'-'X ...hs 42 m I' pvo 5 u 3 by TAY 1 , Vg j - - S79 -f ' C x l 1 . 3-Fsj HQ X5 I SCHQQL Q I S W I X J a 1 U ' -' 1 vb .Mg x : Eg: gg S! Q- X V Yi A QE 75 . in 5 3 - Q E385 XV - ., sf fx w-In 4 3 Av kr xg ' ' 1 'vw 'Nw 4 'S'-+.f'l:+f K Q 1 5 Hivmnrivn Memor'ies - TIMELESS lt is said that once an occurrence is photographed on the film of the mind it is impossible to obliterate, and Pamela Ware and Ed Weider dance at last year's Spring Prom, "Hawaiian Sunset." -1' lt's not the "Teahouse of the August Moon," it's Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fritchey's back yard on Main Street, Northampton. The people are Penny Martin, Marsha Focht, Joanne Schwartz, and Robert Beers, all of Mr. Harry Witemeyer's world cultures class. page that this photograph will be produced any number of years later - immediately - when the proper signal is .given. Through this, the individual is able to recall any or all experiences, and everything ever learned. 5 Ready to leave for the prom are, from left, Barry Grube, Janice Souilliard, Hannah Kilgore, and Dennis Hall. Jfidnlw. Barry LaBarre was slyly holding hands with his Lady Fair at the prom, so his picture was just as slyly taken. l28 fond and pr1'cele.vs - TREASURES There is a problem, though. There are so many mem- ory treaures, and when we close the door on school for the last time, gradually to become involved in other matters and cares, we may not recall the signal. Camera film is not so. Through this medium, then, we offer this indelible record of things we want to remember, hop- ing they will serve as signals to other timeless treasures space does not permit. Mr. Harry Witemeyer, retiring president of the Educators Asso- ciation, right, congratulates Mr. G. Alvin Lynn, left, new presi- dent, and Mrs. Althea Ellis, secretary. When we became interested in an exchange student, Karen Lagenberg, fourth from left, of Sweden, came from Nazareth to talk to us. With her, from left, are Karen Walker, Sally Reese, Jean Weidman, the Rev. John Reese. page I29 X YNY' lt's good to know one's class president is physically fit. Gregg Amore is presented with Marine Corps individual and team iwhich he ledl trophies by Mr. Albert Lerch, guidance counselor. A-' :wx 9 Rs. thx Q9 ,ff . 'if A 1 ' ef Q are 5 Mr. Peter Schneider, toastmaster at the annual teachers dinner last spring, left, presents gifts to Mrs. Margaret Lilly, East Allen Towship school, and Mrs. Renee Snyder, familiar principal of Northampton's Wolf school, on eve of their retirement. Filling llze .roul - Remember how the new wing looked in the beginning . . . When Sharon Riegel was appointed How happy we were to meet our own exchange student. Christina Kugler, of Switzerland, who's chatting here with Mr. Laub, and who was so camera shy . . . Junior Fashion Board representative at Zollinger's . . . A +L- ' . Q.. If X Nw. K . Here Christina is shown with Mrs. Harold Schisler . . . she was a house guest of the Schislers . . . she's still camera shy . . . How Mr. Laubach outshouted everybody at our first pep meeting in September . . . wish he were our cheerleader instead of our boss . . . that's Mr. Schneider on the lefty cheerleaders are Martha Nachesty, Lynne O'Brien, Elouise Deily . . . page I30 'IL' l r . i l gf f 'X N Xb C wi if i . i iv f , .K TL Q , i i l l la t . . . How Loretta Marx and Judy Sprigle laughed when they were caught "model, ing . . . J iv -- ,...g,, N if ,.. 'f iw W A" ci 1' l When we went to the World's Fair. Here are Mary Rank, Janet Gabryluk, Vernon Fegely, and Allen Fogel . . . rlfi joyx of ffm' fmsl, J 31 How Coach Erdosy, former Allentown High Coach J. Birney Crum, and Coach William Kennedy, of Catasauqua, "buried" the hatchet with the Exchange Clubs before the Turkey Day QBYYTE . . . Fake,-... F1 lax. Aga. itil V :SQ y X M fc ' 1 5- ' , 3 A-fd -Nr .ra .AQ Q Y L L - rf "X" A .N 1.1 wt: X . PM A 1:,,,it-r?1,m!LLf.:..t!. :Ig .jjj I F 2' i' Ci. if 9 . - . f ' za: . ' - 4, I I .n ' 4 rm ,,,.-J -12. . 1 .I -f - va iw., . Q M ug J my L Y ,ri , 3 ,ai i ki- 1 J Q ' .kim ' 'T-1 'Q in and Diane Griesemer, Dawn Walker, Judy Hauck, and more of us, still at the World's Fair . . . "Na . I ' Q U' 'Km On BvE Day, when the language lab came in for a lot of It wasn't only business or education on B-E Day, it was dining too, if you use by the Chamber of Commerce, like Mr. Franklin Graver, check, from right, Mr. Harry Reiff, Mr. Thomas Peifer, Mr. James Oplin Mr. Woodrow Lindenmoyer, Mr. Richard Miller, and Mr. ger, et al, and see what they're holding. Laub, above . . . page I3I Remember the fiel Hmmm - how'd yo staffs: P. Groff, K. R. Bunk, seatedp M. The pensive mood Anne Schmoyer, J example . . . on some of the faces at the "Winter Whirl" 0 . . . Gladdening the heart - s Prom, "Winter Whirl," and Co-editors Gayle e crowned Julieann Au- gustine and Frank Miletics Queen and King . . . and the superb Christma the Amptennian held, Smith and Beckie Kilgor d clay Santa Claus had at the teachers Christmas Tea . . Do you recall when Santa told Mr. Henry what he wanted for Christmas? . . . u get in here? The Courier typing and sports Heitzman, S. Marth, L. Leindecker, M. Leiby, Kaszyski, C. Hoppes, G. Beil, standing. l How busy everything looked when John Gill fin foregroundJ and a few hundred other kids were setting up science fair ex- hiblts . . . e Srekomc, Sally Reese, and Diane Fedorishen, for page l32 The day the Guidance Office was so iammed Debbie Mohr and Pat Keeler were taking turns being in the hall while work- mg... i rms sumrfu Busw1:SS is-Qarrmvo mum :wars , P Q,-, rg fs, QQ. i 1 if ff 'T ' Q , X Bzzrratr JOlttl it -fgg , 57' When the Straps and the Snakes got When John O'Brien, of NASA, came to school with his hair-raising show . . started , . . with thoughts of yore, That proud day when Dr. G. A. Eichler, our 'Former superinten- dent and president of the Northampton Public Library Associa- tion, looks over the first check with E. Albert Boyer, treasurer, and Mrs. Catherine Smith, secretary . . . When our own Amptennian Art Edi- tor, Gail Kramer, won the Good Citi- zenship award . . . page I33 And when one of our best loved citizens, Dr. Charles Fox, re- ceived the Exchange Club Golden Deeds Award - plus a sur- prise visit from Mayor John Daumer, right, Council President Andrew Korutz, left, with a Proclamation announcing "Dr. Fox Day." Dr. Fox is a former Northampton Burgess . . . The days of youth - Remember that busy line-up Mr. Kleppinger always has at the Art exhibit . . . The trio of happy Legionnaires that gathered 'round the cake at the American Legion's 46th Birthday dinner: William Ambrosino, How proud our local Science Fair winners were: John Gill, .loan Keller, Raymond Anthony, Eric Sharkazy, and Anthony Kohl . . . 4 s. That balmy Easter when Barbara Wirth and Sandra Weider had to put the top down . . . commander, Earle Bachman, historian, and Dr. G. A. Eichler, speaker . . . tk ray, 1 How anxious everyone was to be the Girl of the Month: K. Becker, B. BenVenuti, J. Augustine, S. Fogle, seated, S. Marth, M. Horst, C. Marsh, J. Keller, E. Deily, standing. 4. Likewise the Boy of the Month: W. Frey, P. Rumsey, S. Sayuk, L. Ellis, seated, R, Drake, L. Brobst, J. Mauser, C. Nordquist, P. McMurry, G. Amore, standing. page I34 that are no more. nvfYYY"'l' We remember last year's Commencement - how the fellows got dressed and paraded around outside, like Mike Lisetski, John Milander, and Werner Greb . . . Then everyone was herded into the gym to line up for the last march . . . .yi- V 5 , F ii 0 V 4 Li 5 Into the auditorium where Linda Wunder gave , , and so did Dennis Krill , , her speech the Senior Ensemble sang QN -Qt l AES "1 aff Then came diplomas and if was all over. We'll remember our own as well - forever. page I35 IM FTeEg An I' SAFETY FIRST I llc szttb in getting quality goods lay Imvin guztrztiltcecl groceries licrc. Cash Buvcrs Blt-ml Coffee QSC llm. Cream Wlit-:tt B11 IUC flztrgc loztfj. Gootl I,ut'k Buttcrinc 2 lli. QM ou tlic tlollzlt' given in trzxclc. l'l1o11cs. Prompt Zl1lt0ClClIYCI'y. CASH BUYERS' MEIIUANTIIE GU. Zlst 8 Washington Ave., II. 0. 0. F. IIIdg.I Northampton FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DR. W. D. FARBER NORTHAMPTON BOROUGH YE su RT LL as APP I HARRY KRAMLIGH "THE ONLY' I I Poultry and Vegetable Market L S T, NOR THA MPTON. PA. lgatrnnn 48164 iwwwrf Gwmdmfau ALLEN TWSP. BOOSTER CLUB DR. and MRS. PAUL C. BALZE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BATH CALL-CHRONICLE NEWSPAPERS, INC. CEMENT NATIONAL BANK CROSS COUNTRY CLOTHES, INC. DEE VILLE BLOUSE CO., INC. DRAGON CEMENT COMPANY Division of Martin Marietta Corporation H. A. ESTERLY 8: SON Business Machines DR. and MRS. ARTHUR L. FELDMAN GARRETT-BUCHANAN COMPANY HILL-TOP LUNCHEONETTE JOHN'S STUDIO OF PHOTOGRAPHY KEYSTONE PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY LEHIGH-NORTHAMPTON COUNTY RACCOON PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION LEHIGH TOWNSHIP LIONS CLUB LEHIGH VALLEY DAIRY M 81 N MEDICINE COMPANY MAKOVSKY BROTHERS TRUCKING SERVICE 225 Third Street, Cementon, Pa. E. BROOKE MATLACK, INC. J. J. NEWBERRY CO. AARON NEWHARD, DRUGGIST NORTHAMPTON AREA EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION NORTHAMPTON EXCHANGE CLUB NHS ALUMNI ASSOCIATION NORTHAMPTON ROTARY CLUB R 8: S PRINTERS ST. STEPHEN'S GERMAN HUNGARIAN SICK AND BENEFICIAL SOCIETY R. A. SMITH MILLING CO. STEVE'S FLYING A SERVICE UNIVERSAL ATLAS CEMENT Division of USS Corporation WAS-DEN "GUNS" 3 Sim iz? im? if Ganmmma Ace Ho+eI and Bar Supply Co. Amey's Garage B 8: L Formal Wear Ren+aIs DanieIsviIIe Sporrswear, Inc. Gilboy Ford-Mercury, Inc. HeiI'zman's Economy SI'ore H. A. MILLER 81 SONS .2SZmfrrvff6 ALLIANCE COAL COMPANY BARRY'S AUTO SUPPLIES BARTEX MILLS, INC. BATH FIRE COMPANY BENSING FUNERAL HOME BETA TRI-HI-Y DR. and MRS. GEORGE C. BRONG CHAMPION SALES AND SERVICE CROSSROADS MOBILE HOME CENTER GEORGE'S MUSIC STORE GOURMET INN HARHART'S FUEL SERVICE HERD MOBILE HOMES, INC. INDIAN TRAIL PARK K 81 S JEEP SALES KLECKNERSVILLE HOTEL KORNFElND'S MARKET KREIDERSVILLE GENERAL STORE Dallas S. 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Phone 837-1041 Chip's Lunch Coleman's Department Store Attorney Irving Coleman Crock's Floor Covering D 84 D Shirt Company Danny's Atlantic Mayor and Mrs. John Daumer John DeLucia, Jr. Fruit and Produce Dick's Bake Shoppe 1603 Newport Ave., Northampton, Pa. Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Drumheller Eastern Light Company Eberhardt's Economy Market Eberhardt 8. Mazur Self-Service Market 1399 Newport Ave., Northampton, Pa. Electric Center Elmer's Market Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Eslinger Ethel's Beauty Salon Faustner's Atlantic Station, Moorestown, Pa. Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Foglet Foster Jewelers Charles R. Fox, M.D. Gasper's Market Gillespie Jewelers Graver Real Estate and Insurance Greb's Barber Shop Haldeman's Used Furniture Paul E. Hall Ruth Hall's Beauty Shoppe Hampton Lanes Harrie's Auto Service Lewis Harry's Esso N. Walnut Street, Bath, Pa. Telephone 837-3851 Sue E. Hoffman The Home News 120 S. Walnut St., Bath, Pa. Howertown Rose Nursery Samuel M. Schrantz, Owner J. C. Hutterer Texaco Service Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Hvazda Irene's Beauty Shoppe Jack's Restaurant Jones' Esso Station Karen's Beauty Salon 1741 Laubach Ave., Northampton, Pa. Attorney Russell Kowalyshyn Keppel's IGA Super Market Kerbacher's TV Franklin A. Kocher H. W. Kocher - Roofing 81 Siding Kornfeind Bar 8. Grill Bob Kosc Esso Trading Post Kruper Brothers Appliances Clark W. Kuntz Charles T. Landis, Insurance Agent A. A. Lapp Agency Laufik Jewelers Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Leiby Carl D. Loch Agency Lou's Drive-In 270 E. Northampton St., Bath, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mack Main Street Supply Marion's Beauty Shop Marsh's Greenhouse Michael's Fuel Service Miller's Atlantic Service Station, Bath, Pa. Miller's Diner Miller Manor Bar 81 Grill Northampton 81 Bath Highway Moorestown Hotel Newhart's Superette page I40 Northampton Area Junior Chamber of Commerce Northampton Memorial Company Northampton News Agency Mr. and Mrs. Edward Novogratz P 8. M Modern Plumbing and Heating Pail Bros. Body Shop Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Parmet Pennsville Hotel Pete's Lunch Dr. Nicholas D. Petruccelli Point Phillips General Store Procanyn's TV 2143 Main St., Northampton, Pa. Quality Service Station, Inc. Quota Club of Northampton, Pa. Regal Sportswear George H. Rehrig Dodge, Dodge Dart Reinisch Insurance Agency George A. Reppert, Sr. Garage Reitz Jewelry Store 1920 Main St., Northampton, Pa. Althea Rinker's Beauty Shop Roth Bros., Inc. Roy J. Roth - Coal and Fuel Rudy's Market Sack's Supplies Truman R. Schaffer Nationwide Insurance Schneider Cleaners Seemsville Hotel Dr. B. Marea Seiler Sickar's Garage Dr. and Mrs. Charles F. Sieger Joseph F. Simcoe Beverage Distributor Spengler's Barber Shop Main Street, Bath, Pa. Steve's Drive-In Route 1, Northampton, Pa. Swallow Funeral Home Tama '26 S. J. Turk Roofing VerneII's Beauty Salon Vince Auto Sales Wanko's Farm Market Weiner's Appliances Weiner's Mobil Service WuncIerIer's Market Dr. and Mrs. Norman A. Zevin Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ackerman Rev. and Mrs. Carl Adams Mr. and Mrs. Amore Ralph L. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Andrews Donald Andrews Edwin B. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Elvin B. Andrews Kerry S. Andrews Terry Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Edward Anthony and Fern Ray Anthony Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anthony Mr. and Mrs. Russel S. Anthony Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Arey Miss Linda Arey Ray Arey Mrs. Sallie Arey Miss Sally A. Arey Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Atherholt Mrs. Anna Augustine Mr. and Mrs. John J. Augustine Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Augustine Shirley Bachman Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bahnick Michael Balog Miss Althea Bamford Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bamford and Family Mr. William Bamford Barbara and Larry Kathy Barner Howard Barrall Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. flalaona Mr. and Mrs. George Bird Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mr. James Blasch Iris Blocker Bob '61 and Gordon Bird Harry Bird Robert R. Bird ak Carol '63 Bobby B. and Donna E. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Boger Philip Bollman, Jr. Philip Bollman, Sr. John Bomba John Borbacs Mr. Edward A. Borger '47 Mrs. Eva Borger Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Margare Dale Bortz and Family Perry Bowman E. Albert Boyer, Jr. E. Albert Boyer, Sr. Allen Boyer Delmar Boyer Michael Boyko James Braker t Braker Brian and Susie Mathias R. Brickler Mrs. Beatrice Mr. and Mrs. "Leo" Brobst Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bruchak Mr. and Mrs. Brobst Edgar Brobst, Jr. Richard E. Brown, Jr. Arthur Bruch, Jr. - Class of 1958 - U.S. Navy Larry Buchman and Son Llewellyn Barrall Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Barthel 8- Children Mr. and Mrs. John Barthol Phyllis Barthol '65 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Barthol and Sons Mr. Howard C. Bartholomew, Jr. Dick Bauer Mr. and Mrs. William Beahm John, Barbara, and Tammy Bealer Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy J. Bealer Mr. Bernard Becker Mr. Charles W. Becker Mr. John C. Becker Leon W. Becker Mr. Michael Becker Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Paul Becker Russell Becker and Karen Stanley W. Becker Stanley Becker, Jr. Walter Becker Peter Bednarcik William Beecroft Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth P. Beers Preston Beers Carl R. Beil Mr. and Mrs. Harold T. Bunk Henry Burbes Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burbes Joseph and Esther Burianic Miss Stella Burits Barry Burkhart Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bush Norman S. Butz Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Campbell John and Marge Ceykovsky Mr. and Mrs. Ray Chamberlain Charlotte 0. and Donald N. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cherry Anthony Chimarys Mrs. Emma Chimarys Richard A. Chimarys Mr. and Mrs. John Chimics Mr. and Mrs. Michael Chimics Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Chontofalsky Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Christman Connie Christman '65 Mr. and Mrs. Norman Christman Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Christman and Son Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Clement Glen Coberly '68 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beil Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beil Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Beil Walter and Diane Beil Mr. and Mrs. Noah G. Belding Mrs. Natalie Bell Mr. and Mrs. Craig Beltzner Mr. and Mrs. Michael Benetski Mr. and Mrs. John Benetzky Miss Vivian Coble Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ruth Ann Co Mr. Barry D. Russell Coste Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Colarusso and Family Ted Colarusso Bernald Coleman rrell '63 Costenbader nbader - "Catty" Robert Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Grant J. Cressman Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Cummings Mr. and Mrs. James Benscoter and Sons Donald Bensinger Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bensinger Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles BenVenuti Charles Best Mr. and Mrs. William Betz Paul Bickert and Family Allan Creyer Daniel Creyer, "l963" Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Creyer Mr. and Mrs. Larry C. Creyer Linda M. Creyer Bert Csensits Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Biechy Mr. and Mrs. Russel Bilheimer Denny Bilous '63 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Binder Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe G. Czekner Howard Dahlke 81 Daughters Philip A. DaMore Howard W. Danner Page l4l Mrs. Doris Daumer and Son Michele Daumer, A.C.C.H.S. and Mrs. Elmer Davidson Mr. Darryl and Susan Dech Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dech Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Dech Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R. Dech Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deemer Al, Butchie, and Debbie Deibert Albert J. Deibert Mr. and Mrs. Richard Deibert and Family Mrs. Dorothy Deily and Daughters Elouise V. Deily Mr. and Mrs. Stanley DeLong Walter DeLong Mr. and Mrs. Michael Demko Mr. and Mrs. John DeNardo Dennie '65 and Barbara '67 Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Derhammer Mr. and Mrs. Alton Derr Mr. and Mrs. Alois Deutsch Carol Ann Deutsch Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Deutsch Louis Deutsch Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Diehl, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Diehl, Sr. Brenda Diehl Connie Diehl Mr. and Mrs. C. Leon Dieter Laird Dieter Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Dieter Mrs. Lillie Dilliard Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dilliard Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Domitrovits and Sons Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dorka Dorn Bill Joan Dornbach Theresa Dornbach Mr. Frank Dorner James Dougherty Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dougherty Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Drake Robert M. Drake Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dreher Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dreher Linda Dreher Nancy Dreher Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Dreisbach Wayne R. Dries Mr. and Mrs. George Dugan Renee Eberhardt Amanda Eberts Linda Eckhart Charles R. Edelman Cynthia, Elsie, and Robert Edelman Mr. and Mrs. Donald Edelman Mr. and Mrs. Granville J. Edelman Ray Edelman - Class i965 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Edelman Mr. and Mrs. William Edelman A Daughter John J. Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Dale Eisenhard Mrs. Althea Ellis Rev. and Mrs. William Ellsworth, Jr. Elwood B. and Doris B. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph T. Engle Margaret Ann Eric William Ernst Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ertl Eugene, "The Jeep" Mr. and Mrs. Paul Evans II and Son Miss Shirley Fahringer Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Falatek, Sr. Ruth Farber Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Farkas and Son Mr. and Mrs. George Farkas Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Farkas and Family Mr. and Mrs. Julius J. Farkas Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Farkas and Children Gloria Faustner "60" Robert Faustner '65 Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Faustner Mrs. Emily Fenstermaker Mr. and Mrs. Emory Fenstermaker Raymond J. Fenstermaker Mr. and Mrs. William Fields Billy and Karin Filipovits Mr. Charles R. Fink Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fink Carol Ann Flick Mr. and Mrs. Norman Flick Rose Flick Mrs. Helen Flisak Mr. and Mrs. Susan E. Fogle Mr. and Mrs. William Folland Raymond Fogel and Son Mr. and Mrs. John Fox, Jr. and Children Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Frack Paul A. Frack Mr. and Mrs. John M. Frailey JoAnn Frankel Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Frantz Rev. Mark H. Frantz Wanna Mr. and Mrs. Frank Groff Miss Anna Groller Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Groller Janet Gron otsky and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mary Ann Ha Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gronctsky Earl Grube Walter Grube John Gulla Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Jack Guss Anna Guzara Michael Guzy John Hacker George Hadik and Sons Adolph Haftl Ronald Haines Fred Halbfoerster ldeman Robert Haldeman Rudolph Hamel, Sr. Charles Hangen David Hangen Joan Hantz '63 Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hantz, Sr. Rollo Harding Janie Harhart - A.C.C.l'l.S. Patricia Hontz Mr. and Mrs. James Hoppes and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hordendorf Mrs. Jessie M. Howell Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hower Mrs. Catherine Hregician Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hugo Ronald Hugo Mr. and Mrs. John Humenik Paul Humenik Rosi Evel e Hunsicker yn F. Hunt John Husak and Mrs. Warren Huth Mr. and Mrs. George Hutnick Mr. and Mrs. John Hvazda John Ifkovits Rev. and Mrs. James lshler Robert Itterly Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jandrisovits Jo Anne '65 Charlotte B. Johnson David M. Jones Mr. and Mrs. James C. Jones Richard H. Jones Henry Gardener Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Franya Larry Frederick Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Perma Fricke A Friend Richard Fredericks Guy Frey Henry Frey Philip Fries '66 Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fritz Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gall Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Gardn and Mrs. and Mrs. John Frisch Stephan Frisch Clarance Fritz Eugene Fritz and Sons George Fritz Henry Fujita Stanley Gabryluk Harold Gardner er Pat Harhart Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Harry Mr. and Mrs. James Hartigan Harvey Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hassler Jeff and Doris Hauck Mr. and Mrs. J. John Hauck Mrs. Edward A. Hauke Barry Hawk Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hawk Mr. and Mrs. Leon Haydt Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hayne Miss Kathryn Heckman Mr. and Mrs. Leon Heckman Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Heckman 81 Daughters Charles Heffelfinger lda Heffelfinger Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Heffelfinger and Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heffelfinger Mr. and Mrs. John Kachmar Mike Kaszyski Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Keefer Clarence Keiser Joseph Keller Albert Kemmerer Kathy Kemmerer Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kereb Gene Kereb Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Kern Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Kern Edgar Kern Richard R. Kern Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Kern Peter Keschel and Mrs. Barton Kester and Mrs. Charles Kramer James R. Kilgore Rebecca A. Kilgore Miss Evelyn M. Kilpatrick Mr. and Mrs. Miss Elizabeth Gaskin Sandy Heffelfinger Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kimak Mr. John A. George Mrs. Katherine Geary Mrs. Rose Geider Mr. and Mrs. Hubert E. Geiger Mr. and Mrs. James Geiling Linda Geiling Anna Geles Mrs. Mary Gellish Mr. and Mrs. Howard George, Jr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mr. Mrs. James H Truman Heffelfinger John A. Heffintrayer, Sr. John F. Heffintrayer, Jr. Woodrow Heilman, Sr. Heimer and Family eller Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dorothy and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Esther Gogel Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Barry M. Gol John I. George Willard George Hans Geosits Paul Gergel Stephen Gerkovich George Germanton and Sons Kenneth Getz Alfred Gogel Richard Gogel William Gogle dwater Oakie Gorman Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gower Mr. John Gra Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. barits Joseph Grabarits Stephan Graberits, Sr. Walter Grabias Mr. and Mrs. Catherine Gr Albert Graver aver Charlie Graver Mr. and Mrs. William Heller Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henning, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Henry Bob Henry Janice Herd '65 Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Herman Becky Ann Hess - 1977 Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Hess Nancy Suzanne Hess Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Hess Mrs. Beatrice Hiestand Joanne Hilbert Ray W. Hildenbrandt Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hinkle Mr. and Mrs. George E. Hinkle Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hirschman and Family Judy G. l-math '62 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hoch Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Hoch Mildred Hoffman Blaine Hoffmeister '62 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holderman, Sr. 81 Son Lucille Hollick Mr. and Mrs. James Honsel Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kindt Dianne Kist Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kist Mary Ann, Don, Roxanne Kleppinger Mr. and Mrs. Melvin G. Kleppinger Carol Ann Kluscarits Mr. Edward Klusko Mr. and Mrs. William Kmetz Percy Knappenberger Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Knesz Mary Koboek Donald M. Koch Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Linda Koch Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kositz Mr. Frank S. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Koch John Koch Delbert Kocher Earl Kocher Granville Koehler Kenneth Kohler Raymond Kohler Richard Kohler Fred Kornetic Metro Korutz Kovacs Edward Kovalchik Rita Ann Kovalchik Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kratzer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krell Eddie Kremsner Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Grieble Mr. and Mrs. Harold Griesemer Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hontz Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hontz page I42 Miss Joan Kremus Mr. and Mrs. John Kretzman Family Mr. and Mrs. John Krill Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Kroboth Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kroboth Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krock Mr. and Mrs. Roland Kromer Mr. and Mrs. Peter Krywczuk Adolph Kucharczuk Michael S. Kucharik Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kuchinos Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kuhns Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Kulp Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kulp, Sr. Samuel Kulp Ernest l. Kunkle Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Alvin Kuntz Clark Kuntz Jose h Lahner - P Mrs. Joseph Lahovski Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lalik Frank J. Lang Larry and Margie '63 Mrs. Donald Mr. and Mrs. A. Laub Ira W. Laub Mr. and Mrs. Larry Laubach Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Laufik The Lehighton Indians Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Clara Lei Mr. and Mrs. Helen Lelko Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Melous Leibold Warren Leiby nbach Veeron B. Leiser Albert M. Lerch Carl Lerch Lloyd Lerch Sara Louise Lerch Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Linda "67" a Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Har Wm. G. Lerch Lewis F. Levis Lloyd Liggitt Oliver Liggitt nd Tom "66" Raymond H. Lindenmoyer, S Walter F. Lindenmoyer Woodrow Lindenmoyer Stanley Lisetski Eugene Liskanich Wassyl C. liskanich Charles Litzenberger old and Kathryn Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. and Family Charles Lobach Waldemar Lobach Jeremiah Longenbach Mrs. Bertha Reph Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Lopsonski Javalyn A. Lower Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lubenesky Robert Mack Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mackes Mr. and Mrs. Clark Mackes, Sr. I'. lCAouncilman and Mrs. Andrew Magochy, Jr r . and Mrs. Joseph Maikits Mr. and Mrs. Carl K. Mann Mr. and Mrs. Elwood C. Mann Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Marakovits Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marakovits Mr. and Mrs. Donald Markell Cindy Marsch Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Marsh, Jr. Carolyn J. Marsh Delbert C. Marsh Miss Evelyne Marsh Everett W. Marsh Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin F. Marsh Merion Marsh, Sr. Norman Marsh Russell J. Marsh Stanley Marsh Sylvester Marsh John Marth John L. Marth Parma Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marth Sandra Marth Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Marth Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Martincek Mr. and Mrs. J. Marx and Mrs. George Mast Mr. Mr. Howard Mast Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mast and Daughter Loretta Mast Mr. and Mrs. John Matsco and Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Martin Matula Joan Maureka Mr. and Mrs. John Maurek Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mauser Dolly Mazziotta Mr. and Mrs. Robert McBride and Family Miss Alean McCloskey Dennis B. McGinley Patrick McGinley Miss Grace McGrath Mr. and Mrs. Howard McMurry Peter McMurry Evelyn Meckes Mr. and Mrs. Lou Meckes Pete Meletics Mr. and Mrs. David Mertz Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mertz Veronica Mertz Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyers Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Michael Edwin P. Michael Mr. and Mrs. John L. Miksits Mr. and Mrs. John Miles Mr. and Mrs. Louis Milisits Mr. and Mrs. Elias Milkovitch Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miller, Jr. Arthur W. Miller Barry C. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Miller Mr. Clifford Miller E. Miller Elaine Miller Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Miller, Sr. Lewis Miller Mr. and Mrs. George Newhard Jean Newhard Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Newhard Robert Newhard and Son Walter Newhard Harold Newton Bill Nicholas August Nikisher Lawrence R. Oberly, Sr. Charles T. Obrecht George O'Brien Miss Loretta Kay O'Brien Miss Anne Onkotz Diane Onkotz Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Oplinger John Outwater Mr. Jim Pail Joe Pail Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Edward Paar and Daughter John Pail Stephen Paly Mr. and Mrs. Frank Panik Mary Ann Panik Pat and Ricky Pat and Ron nie Mrs. Rosa Pauker Miss Rosie Pauker Mrs. Theresa Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paula Peters Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paukovits Michael Payonk Cesare Pesaresi Robert Peters Leonard E. Petrie Joseph Petro Joseph Piervallo Keith Allen Piescienski Mr. and Mrs. Charles Piha Star Piha Ann Marie Plata - A.C.C.H.S. Mr. John Polgar Mr. and Mrs. Misses Helen Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James S. Polles and Sophie Potak Arthur Praetorius Stephen Puskas, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Lewis Miller Luther Miller Paul Miller Charles Mills Edgar Minnich Donal A. Miquel J. R. Miquel Joseph R. Miquel Quick Draw Joe Mr. and Mrs. Richard Radcliffe William Radcliffe, '68 Mr. and Mrs. David T. Rank Mrs. Michael Rank Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rau Mrs. Verna Rayden Gloria Reaser Mercedas Miquel Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mishko Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mladosich Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mohry Elaine and Bernadine Molchany Geraldine C. Molchany Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moll Mr. and Mrs. John Molnar Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Monahan Miss Janice Monahan Mr. and Mrs. William Mondshein Alfred C. Montanaire, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moosh Mr. and Mrs. Albert Morey Carol and Cathy Moser Miss Dorothy Moser Mr. and Mrs. Merit Moser Mrs. Joyce Mourat and Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Russel S. Moyer Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Muschlitz Howard and Ruth Ann Nafus Mr. and Mrs. Alex Nagy and Daughter Nancy and Jay Janice and Thomas Neetz Mr. and Mrs. John E. Neetz, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. James Nemeth Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Newhard Page I43 Carol Reddinger Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Susie Redline Elwood Reddinger Franklin D. Redline Roy Redline John Reese - 1959 Rev. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Linda L. Rehr Mr. and Mrs. Clayton and Mr. and Mrs. . John H. Reese Elwood Rehrig is Harry G. Reiff Dorothy Reimer Robert C. Reimer Fern E. Remaley Jacqueline "Jackie" Remaly Raymond Remaley Sheila Remaly Enid E. Reinert Mr. and Mrs. Quintus Reinert Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reph Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Asher Rice Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Rita Rice Mr. and Mrs. John A. Reph, Jr. W. A. Reyer Franklin l. Rice Guy A. Rice Joseph Richter Mrs. Maize K. Ridgely Mr. and Mrs. Miss Beverly Dale Rodgers and Mrs. Griffith E. Roberts Rodgers 8. Family Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. Harold Rodgers Raymond Rodgers Sterling Rodgers Walter Rogers Wayne Romanishan Barbara Ann Romig Mr. and Mrs. Clayton R. Roth Florence Roth Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Rothrock Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rowlands, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David Ruch Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ruch Dolores Rudelitsch Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rudelitsch 81 Daughter Mr. and Mrs. William Rudelitsch Mr. and Mrs. John Rumsey Miss Toni Rumsey Sally and Barrie '63 Mr. and Mrs. George Samok Mr. Peter Samok Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. Samuels Thelma Santee Donna Savitske Mr. Robert Sawarynski Mr. and Mrs. John Sawka, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sayuk Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sayuk Stephen M. Sayuk '65 Theresa Sayuk '67 Mrs. Harriet Schadt Mr. and Mrs. George E. Schaeffer and Daughter Alice Schaffer Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Schaffer Donald Schaffer Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Elmer Schaffer and Gregory Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Luther Schaffer and Daughter Richard Schaffer and Sons Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Schaffer Mr. Samuels Schaffer Truman Schaffer and Mrs. and Mrs. Willard Schaffer 8. Daughter William Schaffer Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schlamb and Margaret and Mrs. Barton Schlegel Mr. Mr. Floyd E. Schlegel Mrs. Minnie Schlegel Mr. and Mrs. William Schlegel Mrs. Anne Schmoyer Joe, Mike, Tom, and Tony Schneider Mr. and Mrs. Julius Schneider Mrs. Catherine Scholl Linda L. Schreck Eddie Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. John Schwartz Mrs. Bertha E. Schweitzer Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Schweitzer Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schweitzer and Daughters Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schweitzer and Son Shirley M. Schweitzer Vicky Schwerk Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Scott Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. David Seiple Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Seregelyes Helen Serensits Miss Helen Serensits John Serensits Stephan Serensits Mr. and Mrs. LaMar Serfass Lois Sheffler Robert J. Seibel Russel Seip Jacob Seiple and Family Paul Selvage and Family Danna ASC Bruce Shellock - USAF Mr. Paul Shellock Joseph Sheppried Brenda Shoemaker Mr. and Mrs. Marie Shunk Mr. and Mrs. Rolland R. Shoemaker '52 Joseph Siekonic Joanne Sienkiewicz Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sienkiewicz Allen Silfies Mrs. Anna Jane Silfies Cynthia Joan Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Nancy Silfies Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Silfies Edgar Silfies Franklin A. Silfies Franklin H. Silfies- 1925 William Silfies Paul Silvius James F. Sipos and Son Gregory John Skrapits Audrey Slonaker Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Smith James Smith Arthur Smith Charles Smith Mariellen Smith Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Peggy Smith Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Russell l. Smi Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. Sir Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Nevin Smith Paul Smith Robert Smith Russell Smith th Warren Smith E. F. Snyder Harvey E. Snyder John Snyder Frank Sodl Dennis Sommers Harold Spaar Rodney Spadt, Swabby Raymond Spangler Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Spangler and Fam "Tweet" Sparrow Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. lda Spen Gene T. Spengler gler Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sprague Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Stahley Mr. Stephen Steciw Mr. and Mrs. N. James Ste Richard Steffie rner Sara Jane Sterner Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stetch William Stettler Miss Kathleen Louise Stofflet Mr. and Mrs. Carol Stoudt Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stofflet Harold Stoudt Janet Stout '75 Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stout John Strasser Howard E. Strohl Linda L. 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Wagner Harold Wagner and Mrs. Louis M. Wagner Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wagner Rae Marie Wahl Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wahl Mr. and Mrs. Earle C. Walbert Marylou and Jimmy Walck Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Walker Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Wall Paul Wambold Robert Ware Joseph Wargo Mrs. Carrie Wasser Barry Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Edward Weider Edward M. Weider '64 Sandra A. Weider '65 Stephen Weider Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Weigl lsadore Weiner Mr. Paul C. Welty Mr. Robert C. Welty Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Wentz Dale Werkheiser Mr. and Mrs. Frank Werkheiser Miss Joan Wesley Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wetherhold Mrs. Eva White Mr. and Mrs. Harry White Cheryl Whitehead Mrs. Clarence Whitehead Mr. and Mrs. Alex Wiener Mr. and Mrs. William Williams Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wirth Miss Hilda Wirth Mr. and Mrs. Harry K. Witemeyer Mr. and Mrs. John Wizynski John Wolfel Shifty Wolfel Miss Theresa Wolfer Diane Woodring Surfin Worm l Walter Yanik Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Zamadics Joanne Zamadics Thomas F. Zaun Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Zellner and Ann William Ziegenfus Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zwickle Roland W. Yaple Wilson A. Yelles John L. Yost William Zakos MJ Reg Y i. ig .,1. "' x i?L nEMlNl,srcENcE We have made a memory, s Which affords delightful hours, Sports and frolics, plays to see, Fairs, assemblies, teachers' glowers. Twelve long years have schooled us well, Mathematics, language, shop, All were glimpsed, yet we excel Solely where we deigned to stop. Molded through the years of toil Was the more important thought: Facts aloneqwill iust embroil, 'Twas attitude we sought! Reminiscence gives the key - We have forged what can't be read, Let our lookout ever be: Looking back, we go ahead. -Robert Drake

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