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Page 11 text:
CLEO DEWALT-"Clitts,' was a member
of the 1941-42 Girls' Varsity Basketball
team. This Tri-Hi-Y lassie also sold
Christmas wreaths for the senior class.
Cleo, who is kept occuppied by her hob-
bies, knitting and photography, in her
junior year, helped with the Hallowe'en
Social. She plans to attend Penn Hall.
EDWARD DONCHEZ-"Woofal'l, a three
letter man his junior year, participating
in track, basketball, and football, retired
from sports his senior year via the age
limit. Chairman of the gift committee
and assistant scout master, he was also
in gym and rifle clubs. It's the United
States Coast Guard for "Woofal."
PAULINE DORSHIMER-Pauline typed
for defense this year, and helped with the
Hallowe'en Social in her junior year.
For three years she was a member of the
Crocheting club, this year belonging to
the nature study group. In her spare time
she likes to roller-skate. Her plans are
MARTHA DUYKA-"Marty" Worked on
the wreath committee and in her junior
year served on the Hallowe'en Social
cider committee. She belonged to sewing
club two years and to the hobby club.
Reading and collecting movie stars' pic-
tures are some of her hobbies. Unless
she finds work, Martha will attend Allen-
town Business College.
CLAY OF 1942
CLYDE ECKHART-"Rocky'i, who was a
member of the senior class Christmas
wreath committee, has the unique hobby
cf acquiring complete knowledge of the
Spanish guitar. He plans to get a job and
earn enough money to attend college,
although he has not decided on the place
RALPH ENGLE-Not much is known con-
cerning Ralph, as he decided to seek his
fortune before school ended and left the
senior class in the middle of this school
KATHERINE FABIAN-During the past
year "Kay" has typed for the Civilian
Defense Committee and been on the
senior Christmas wreath committee. In
her junior year Katherine sold tickets
for the Halloweien Social, while this year
she was a member of the home economics
club. "Kay" plans to enter Allentown
LOIS FATZINGER-Lois, a member of
Tri-Hi-Y for two years, and the operetta
for three, has ushered at most of our high
school's activities. This year she was a
typist for the "Mirror," while last year
she served as the assistant business man-
ager of the paper. Her plans spell Beth-
lehem Business College.
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JOHN DERKACZ-Penn State is the objec-
ELSIE C O S T E N B A D E R-"Reds" or
"Blondie", take your choice, spends her
spare time reading, knitting, or hiking,
while in school she was a member of the
needlework and dramatic clubs. In her
junior year she served on the candy,
ticket, and hot dog committees for the
Social. Her plans are uncertain.
CHARLES CHRISTMAN-Charles is one
of the quieter members of the senior
classg however his silence belies his am-
bition. He has been in the industrial arts
club for the past two years. Outside of
school he became a tiller of the soil as
he worked about a farm. Following
graduation he plans to seek employment.
DELORES CUNNINGHAM - "T i n y,,' a
member of Tri-Hi-Y, worked on the
football and basketball refreshment
committees. During her four years in
high school "Bugsy" was in marionette,
dramatic, sewing, and home economic
clubs, and last year she was on the Hal-
lowe'en Social refreshment committee.
Her aspiration is to be a nurse.
tive of "Derk," who participated in bas-
ketball four years and football the last
three years. John was voted the most
valuable football player his senior year.
Being the baseball manager in '41 and
helping on several committees for the
Hallowe'en Social comprised some of
'tDerk's" other duties.
CLASS OF 194-
HARRY BUHAY-"Haddy", a camping and
fishing enthusiast, was a member of the
senior Hnance committee and the wreath
committee as well as a miler in track
his senior year. During his junior year
he participated in track and the dance
committee of the Hallowe'en Social. His
plans are trade school or the U. S. Navy.
HENRY BURBES-Henry upon graduation
plans to find employment or enlist in the
United States Army. "Hank", who came
to Palmerton last year from Berlinsville,
was a member of the Hi-Y four years.
Henry has a variety of hobbies, but sports
and mechanical work hold his chief in-
RUSSEL CHAPLINSKY-"RUSS" has been
chairman of the football and basketball
refreshment committees, a member of
senior prom refreshment committee, and
a "Mirror" reporter. Active in leather-
craft and physics clubs, Russ still found
time for his hobby of aviation. His plans
EVELYN COPE-"Copey" served as a
member of the senior class play ticket
committee and the Ha1lowe'en Social
wrap committee. During her junior and
senior year she belonged to the needle-
work club. Her hobbies, reading and
bowling, occupy her outside of school.
Evelyn intends to go in training to be-
come a nurse.
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STEPHANIE FRANK-"Stef'f" served on
the basketball and football refreshment
committees in her senior year. Interested
in intramural basketball for the past
three years, Stephanie has also been a
Tri-Hi-Y member. In her junior year
she participated in both the operetta and
the gym exhibition. Her plans are un-
STINSON FRANTZ-"Stintz," a patrol
leader of troop 42, served on the football
and basketball refreshment committees,
wreath committee, and the track team
this year. Last year he participated in
track, football, and the dance committee
of the Hallowe'en Social. His plans are
work, then college.
STERLING FRIES-"Sterl", a great sports-
man, has been a very active member of
the Junior Sportsman's League. When he
is not busying himself in pursuit of club
work he finds time to enjoy music and
his hobby is playing different types of
instruments. He plans to take Civil Ser-
vice exams and work for "Uncle Sam".
ANNA GEORGE-Participating in intra-
mural basketball last year, "Anniel' was
a member of the senior class football
and basketball refreshment committees
this year. She also served on the Christ-
mas wreath committee. This year she was
a member of the needlework club, last
year the Red Cross club. Anna's plans
CLASS OF 1941
MARY FEDERANICH-"Scottie," a mem-
ber of the wreath committee and the
cider committee for the Hallowe'en So-
cial, was an usher for Commencement,
Baccalaureate, and District Chorus, and
belonged to dress-making and typing
clubs. Music, crocheting, and collecting
movie stars' pictures are her hobbies.
After graduation she will take up nurs-
ing as a career.
GEORGE FEDOR-George played end on
the football team his junior and senior
years and was a member of the senior
class wreath committee. Outside school
he was busy, being a member of the
Rams Club and the Parryville Band and
Treasurer of the Epsworth League. His
plans are farming.
RALPH FOCHT--Ralph, whose future
plans are undecided, was a member of
the decorating committee of Hallowe'en
Social in '41. Ralphls clubs included
leather craft in '39, art in '40 and the
mixed chorus in his senior year. Art
and hiking constitute Ralph's hobbies.
CLAIR FRABLE--'tFlash" was on the
Christmas wreath committee his senior
year and in his junior year was on the
cider committee, the dance ticket com-
mittee, and the decorating committee of
the Hallowe'en Social. Upon graduation
he is planning to enter the United States
Maritime Cadet Corps School.
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