Bethlehem Press

Friday, December 15, 2017
“It taught me how to get along because we were such a large group of people.” Jeff Fritz Hanover Township “It taught me how to get along because we were such a large group of people.” Jeff Fritz Hanover Township
“You have to work hard, have good study habits and don’t take things for granted. We respected our parents and we respected our teachers.” Jackie Chimarys Bethlehem “You have to work hard, have good study habits and don’t take things for granted. We respected our parents and we respected our teachers.” Jackie Chimarys Bethlehem
“It taught me a trade. They got me to work on cars and I had a thirty-one year career at Mack Truck. Then I had my own repair shop.” John Blatnik Columbia, SC “It taught me a trade. They got me to work on cars and I had a thirty-one year career at Mack Truck. Then I had my own repair shop.” John Blatnik Columbia, SC
“Just being able to get along with people. I came from a small school and I found the size of Liberty overwhelming at first.” Ray Barner Bethlehem Township “Just being able to get along with people. I came from a small school and I found the size of Liberty overwhelming at first.” Ray Barner Bethlehem Township
“I’m still winging it every day!” Stephanie Rau Bethlehem Township “I’m still winging it every day!” Stephanie Rau Bethlehem Township
“Discipline, teamwork, and how to grow up more or less. You adapted.” John Lehman Bethlehem “Discipline, teamwork, and how to grow up more or less. You adapted.” John Lehman Bethlehem

People Say

Monday, August 7, 2017 by Dana Grubb in Opinion

Six graduates of Bethlehem (Liberty) HS class of 1967 were asked at their 50th reunion, what is the most important life lesson you learned in high school?