Allderdice High School - Allderdice Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1938
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HE PURPOSE of this yearbook is two
fold. Primarily, we aim to present
to the seniors and the school a permanent
record of the activities of the class of 1938.
Our secondary, but no less important, goal
is to acquaint them with the problems of
securing everlasting' peace.
It is our hope that this book will serve
Ill future years as a link between the past
and the present. VVithin its covers will be
found many diverse featuresg some will
amuse you: others will make you ponder
a bit. VVhatever the nature of the material
may be, it is here to give you a pleasant
memento of Allclerclice.
rru sincerest appreciation. we, the combined classes of January and June.
1938, dedicate our journal to two persons who have done much to forward
thc ideals of education in our city.
MRS. MARY JUNKIN COWLEY
Dr. Robert M. Sherrard last year
was 1'Ct11'6Cl from the position of
A s s o c i a t e Superintendent of
Schools, -which position he had held
since 1911, Prior to that time, he
served as a teacher in the Pitts-
burgh Schools. ln 1934, he received
the honorary degree of Doctor of
Laws from VVashington and Jeffer-
son College, in recognition of his
fine work. Dr. Sherrard has always
forwarded the interests of Pitts--
burgli school children.
Mrs. Mary J. Cowley served for
twenty-five years as a member of
the Board of Education, from 1911
until 1936, when she passed from
this world. Throughout her later
years she was identified with play-
ground and welfare work, Her
utmost efforts were centered upon
helping others, particularly under-
DR. ROBERT M. SHERRARD
DR. ROLAND G. DEEVERS
Greene lm-rl iris' "Golden .f1g0,"' Rome its "".fIgc' of the fl11t011i11cs." and ow
own rounlry Hx "Era of Good Fvvliazgf'
IVF lzopv and Iwlivw that flzvrv will rome U. Iinz-c wlzirlr will Inc' kH0'ZL'll fllrozlglz-
out tim world ax flu' age of "IvlIf'Z'l'I'.VfII Pmrr and Good I- 1'iII."'
--K. G. Dlclwlzus
Principal-Dr. Roland G. Deevers
Vice Principal-Mr. J. S. Glaes
Activities Director-Mr. L. VV. Korona Vocational Counselor-Mr. XV. M. Sharp
Girls' Advisor-Miss Lucy A. South
Special Clerical VVork-Miss Hazel Altsinan
Miss Isabel T. Zinn, Chief Clerkg Miss Lois E. Hill, Clerk: Miss Helen M. Brand, Clerkg
Mrs. Catherine M. Hoyt, Book Clerk
Miss Marie J. Dollard
Mr. Joseph C. Fitzpatrick
Miss Jennie A. Norton
Miss Olivia Koenig
Mr. John P. Angelo
Miss Julia Behane
Mr. I-larry ll, Book
Miss Ilelen R. Bartrim
Mrs. Helen L. Campbell
Miss Iilizzlhetli A. Fleming
Miss Florence Graham
Miss Adelaide Hartman
Miss Mathiltla G. Johnson
Mr. Clay H. Longeneclcer
Miss Katherine S. McCamblay
Mr. John B. Melvin
Mr. George B. Snyder
Miss Dorothy Albert
Miss Florence M. Barkley
Miss Olive Bowlin
'tMiss Sarah Davey
Miss Mary A. Evans
Mrs. Clyde C. Ferguson
Mr. Irvin F. Hoerger
Miss Anna Houston
Miss Agnes Kerr
Miss Frances M. Leech
Miss Belle Long
Miss Ella Markley
Miss Nancy J. Montgomery
Miss Diantha VV. Riddle
'Miss Muriel Rugh
Miss Sara D. Stuart
Miss Elizabeth hfVElgEl1lillCClll
Mr. George K, Young
Miss Dorothy Zeigler
Miss Dorothy Bergman
Miss Mary C. Brennan
Mr. John B. Coyne
Miss Yetta T. Kamler
Miss Elizabeth Klingensmith
Miss Anna G. Richey
Mr. C. T. Roller
Mrs. Myra C. Simpson
Miss Edna R. Todd
Miss Hester A. Baird
Miss Charlotte R. Beacltler
Mr. Samuel Blitz
Miss Rhoda R. Bowler
Mr. Alvin G. Faust
Esther L. Geist
Bertha O. Mitchell
Anna M. Quattrocchi
Cora C. Ross
Leila H. Rupp
Mr. l-larry C. Soles
"'Mr. Nicholas Stevens
Miss Rilla B. Tait
Miss S. Pearl VVall
Miss Charlotte E. Bailey
Miss Rebecca F. Bard
Miss Florence Bechtel
Miss Grace A. Grossman
Mrs. Margaret H. lVfcMickle
Mrs. Marion Swarts
Mr. Charles WI Bernhard
Miss Rosa Blessing
Miss Marian Couperthwaite
Mr. Charles H. Freebie
"'Mr. Thomas J. Hogan
Mr. George M. Phillips
Miss Dorothy E. Pickard
Miss Alice L. Phipps
Mi. J. L. Spitler
Mr. I-I. H. Wilson
Mr. A. L. Gautsch
Mr. Kenneth H. B. Julian
Mr. C. P. Kavanaugh
Mr. J. Earl Krotzer
Mr, E. A. Liberator
Mr. F. M. Bechtolt
Mrs. Dorothy Jean Meyer
Miss Emma Steiner
Miss Laura E. Zeigler
Miss Katharyn Hazlett
Mr. Franklin Haar
Mr. Robert W. Irvin
Mr. John H. Irwin
Miss Esther M. Long
Miss Margaret Mercer
Miss Elizabeth Schaefer
Mr. Earnest Slessinger
Mr. Lon H. Colborn
Miss Elizabeth Donaldson
Mr. R. J. Hackett
Miss Alva K. Held
Mr. Fred E. Holmes
Mr. Edgar Hoopes
Miss Grace Jessop
Miss Jane S. Johnston
Miss Jane McCandless
Miss Elizabeth C. Miller
Mr. J. T. Shriner
Mrs. Mae Weber Smith
Miss Edna Com-pton
Mrs. Clara Bloom
Mr. Joseph Marks
Miss Edna K. Bezler
Dr. Edmund Boots, M.D.
Mrs. Mabel McConnell
Mr. O. C. Truschinger
Miss Ruth Clauson
Miss Clara Welslt
Mrs. Mary C. Rila
Miss Jennie Kearney
Dorothy Ornitz . .,.........,..,...... ............. ..,,,..... ...,,...... J a n uary Class
William Klinkenstein ........ ,.,,..,..... J une Class
Miss Diancha W. Riddle
Associate Editors - January Class
Sanford Alter Leonard Kanenson Ilene Smith
Robert Bain Barbara Kramer Ernest Stern
Betty Blair Raymond Kramer Florence Stewart
Rose Feldman Reda Levin De Vera Syna.
Edythe Gold james McShane Betty Wilbert
Miriam Goldstein Nancy Robling William Zielonka
Mary Houghton Stanley Rosecrans
Karl Adler Marvin Goldbloom
Stanton Frankle Julian Silverman
Herbert Harris ...... ,. ......,. Business Manager
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Richard Eiseman jean King Diana Rosenberg
Mary Louise Finnin Nancy King Stanley Ungar
Christine Grote Lois Long Rita Weisbrode
Harriet Harris Jane Miller Ruth Zimmerman
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"United 'we stand,-
Difvideel we fall."
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l'resident ............... .................................. .I ohn G. Lloyd
Vice Presiclent ....... ........ S tanley Rosecrans
Secretary ........... .............................. I aines F. McShane
Sanford Alter, Robert Bain, Betty Blair, Rose Feldman, Edythe Gold,
Miriam Goldstein, Mary I-loughton, Leonard Kanenson. Barbara Kramer,
Raymond Krainer. Reda Levin, james McShane, Dorothy Ornitz, Nancy
Rolmling. Stanley Rosecrans, Ilene Smith, Ernest Stern. Florence Stewart,
Du Vern Syna, Betty Wilbert, NVilliam Zielonka.
Betty Blair, Nancy Robling, Lawrence Rosenson.
Virginia Bateman. Cuddy Briskin, Howard Cohen, Antoinette English, Ed-
ward Greenwald, Donald Middleton, Lillian Murdock. XValter My-coff, John
Tyksinski, Dorothy VVilliaxns.
Ruth fXlJCl'CI'Ul1llJiL', Shoal Berer, Thomas Dignian, lVDildred Goodnite, David
lrlast, Clinton Kallenberger, james Keifer, Fred Kindl, Betty Miller, Mary
Nladelinc Austen, Charles Cuden. John Kranick. Arthur Krasne, Shirlev Las-
day, Ann Lintz, john McNif'f, Adrienne Sedler, Stanley Wfeinthal.
Song Cheer Motto
Xvilliillll Calhoun. Robert Cohen, Everett -Tones, Alfred Katz, Paul Mazerov,
john Mcttenherger, Edith Piper, Lawrence Rosenson. David XfVald. Dorothy
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GIFT COMMITTEE FLOWER COMMITTEE
SONG, CHEER, MOTTO COMMITTEE RING COMMITTEE
First Row-fLeft to Rightj Mildred P. Abelson, Ruth Abercrombie, Herman Abramson,
Mabel Adamitz, Sanford I. Alter.
Second Row-Madeleine Austin, Ruth Austin, Robert Bain, Bernice E. Barer, Virginia
Third Row-Shoal Berer, john Bishop, Amelia Caroline Blackham, Elizabeth Ann Blair,
Fourth Row-David Myar Bregman, Cuddy Briskin, Nathan Bruno, William D. Calhoun,
Fifth Row-Theodore M. Cipa, Robert Cohen, Howard Cohn, Evelyn E. Coin, Violet
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First Row-fLeft to Rightj Jack Crisman, Lucille Crittenden, Charles Cuden, Katherine
Danko, Thomas Digman.
Second Row-Marian Mildred Ebersole, Ann Emerson, Antoinette English, Martin Feldman,
Rose Yetta Feldman.
Third Row-Elsie Ferguson, Mae Willa Foreman, Betty Irene Fulham, Emma Gergely,
Lois A. Gloekler.
Fourth Row-Edythe Gold, Howard Golden, Miriam Goldstein, Robert Goleman, John
Fifth Row-Mildred Goodnite, George Graham, Edward Greenwald, Jerry Greenwald,
Gertrude Theola Harris.
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First Row-CLeft to Rightj David Hast, john C. Hood, Mary Wilmot Houghton, William
Richard Immel, Cecelia Ippolito.
Second Row-Everrett J. Jones, Clinton Kallenberger, Leonard Kanenson, Alfred Katz,
Third Row-Fred Kindl, Ruth Ioa Kleiman, Barbara Jeanne Kramer, Raymond Kramer,
Fourth Row-Arthur Krasne, Lois Krepps, Kurt Krumich, Jean Ruth Kruse, john Kyle. '
Fifth Row-Shirley Lasday, Julius Ronald Levkoy, Irene Leposky, Frances Levant, Rada
First Row-fLeft to Righty Morris Lichter, jerry Lieblich, Anne Lintz, john G. Lloyd,
Second Row-John Manning, Paul B. Mazerov, joseph McNiff, james F. McShane, jr.,
Third Row-john Mettenberger, Donald Mayo Middleton, Andrew Miles, Bernard Miller,
Betty Louise Miller.
Fourth Row-'Frank Miller, Belle Moidell, Anna J. Morton, Olive M. Morton, Betty Mudrock.
Fifth Row-Lillian Murdock, Walter J. Mycoff, Mary B. Myers, Thelma Norris, Dorothy
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First Row-CLeft to Righty Frank Pallotta, Mathilda Palombo, Edith M. Piper, June
Plessett, Peter Puzak.
Second Row-William Charles Pyers, Esther Evelyn Racusin, Harold L. Ray, Nancy
Robling, Thomas Reynolds.
Third Row-Stanley Rosecrans, David Rosenfeld, Lawrence Rosenson, Louis Schwartz,
Fourth Row-Florence B. Shapiro, Ethel Marie Smith, Helen Ilene Smith, Jack Smith,
Mort C. Smythe.
Fifth Row-Sidney Soltz, Mary Alice Spellmire, Yetalouise Steinman, Ernest Stern,
First Row-CLeft to Righty Florence Ann Stewart, Ruth Swartz, DeVera Lee Syna, Mary
Tichi, Jean E. Toth.
Second Row-Olga D. Tozzi, john Tyksinski, Howard Vanselow, Marie Verna, Robert
Third Row-David Wald, Ruth Margaret Weadon, Dorothy J. Weiner, Stanley Weinthal,
Betty Anne Wilbert.
Fourth Row-Gladys Eleanor Wilds, Dorothy May Williams, Harriet Sylvia Wolk, Anna
Yalch, William Zielonka.
Fifth Row-Ann Doris Zimmer, Alvin Jacobson.
"Ami they .vlmlf beat liz-eir sworzls info
plowshares, A nfl fhei1'spem'5imo p1'1mi1f1g-forksg
Nzllion shall 1101 lift up sword ezgaim! nation,
N eiffzer shall :hey learn war any more."-BIBLE
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.Zeta Glzapfer jfafiozzaf gfonor Society
Ruth E. Abercrombie
Sanford I. Alter
Shoal P. Berer
Elizabeth A. Blair
Miriam F. Goldstein
Mary W. Houghton
A. Kanenson Stanley Rosecrans
J. Kramer Adrienne J. Sedler
Myers Helen I. Smith
E. Ornitz Yetalouise Steinman
UNSELFISH SERVICE AWARD
High Honor Pupils
Shoal P. Berer Reda Levin
Miriam F. Goldstein Dorothy E. Ornitz
Edward Greenwald Stanley Rosecrans
Leonard A. Kanenson Adrienne J. Sedler
Barbara J. Kramer
Ruth E. Abercrombie John J. Mettenberger
Virginia Bateman Mary B. Myers
David M. Bregman Peter Puzak
Violet Coughenour Nancy Robling
Mildred E. Goodnite Helen I. Smith
Mary M. Houghton Yetalouise Steinman
Clinton H. Kallenberger De Vera L. Syna
Shirley Lasday Dorothy J. Weiner
THE JANUARY CLASS
ANY INNOVATIONS were made by the 147 members of the 1938 January
graduating class. The twenty-five honor students were given an exam-
ination at Frick Training School with students of similar rating from the other
city high schools to determine those who were to graduate with high honor. This
was the first class to use this method as grades had always been the basis in
past years. Nine students were graduated with this high honor rating. Class
standing was obtained this year by using grades from the last six semesters of
high school work, rather than the last four. A Senior Honor Assembly was held
the last period on January 19, the last day of school for the graduating class,
instead of the last Friday as had been the custom. All seniors who had earned
honors, such as honorary awards, team letters, etc., were seated on the auditorium
stage and were presented to the senior school.
For the first time a matinee performance of the class play was not given.
Instead, a committee of ten was chosen from each report room to 'be present at
the first part of a dress rehearsal of The Youngest by Philip Barry. The play
was halted at several points so that the audience might give their reaction to the
play, the new amplifying system and the visibility. The evening performances
of The Yozmgcst were given on December 15 and 16.
This year the class program was presented at night, breaking the practice
of giving it the last afternoon of school. On the evening of January Z5 this
program, a Minstrel Revue, was presented to a full house.
Even the commencement ceremony its-elf was subject to change. For the
first time the A Cappella Choir sang at graduation. This was made possible by
the use of the organ for the recessional. The June graduating class presented
two baskets of flowers instead of one. Each graduate was given a rose as he
left the plat-form, this also 'being an innovation.
This class was the first to receive the new style diploma which is in the form
of a small portfolio instead of a large scroll.
Thus it can be seen that the January graduating class of 1938 has done its
part in the progressive advancement which must always mark the pupils of Taylor
Allderclice High School.
.M r. jfrofzeris Cuf- Ups
Mr. 1. Earl Krotzer - Sponsor
Krotzerville was his creation,
Radio is his avocation g
In the hearts of his class abiding,
To them his name will bring glad tiding.
President .......................... ,....... ............................ I e an Toth
Vice President ....... ......... 'l 'helma Norris
Secretary ......................................... ........ B tary Emerson
Treasurer ...................................,.................. Andrew Miles
Student Council Representative ....,..... W'ill,iam Zielonka
Social Chairman ........................................ Nancy Robling
Activity Representative ............... ....... X Villiam lmmel
Foreword Representative... ........ Dorothy Ornitz
Hermie a reporter would like to be,
That he may write about you and me.
Rifle Club: Cooking Clubg Chemistry Clubg Economics Clubg Baud Ag
Orchestra Ag Swimming '35, '36g Stunt Team '35g Football '36, '375 Track
Our Bishop, who is quite tall,
Is so well-known for basketball.
Hall Patrol: Green Keyg Band Ag Basketball '36, '373 Interclass Volleyball
Champions '35: Interclass Basketball Champions '36g Baseball '37g Volley-
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Lucille is a charming lass,
She is the pride of all her class,
lrler dimples are a joy to see,
Wfithout them, where would Lucille he?
Hall 'Patrolg Lunch Patrolg Voice Bg Volleyball '35, Basketball '35,
I-lere's the boy that warbles,
"Digie" is his nameg
Some day these lovely warhles
May lead him to his fame.
Hall Patrol: '1'reasurer of l--lome Room, Gift Committee, Voice Ag Male
Chorusg Cross Country '37.
Ann glides hy on her silvery skates,
XVith never a frown to darken her face,
If all could he as jolly as she,
A happier world, I'm sure this would be.
lliall l'atrol5 Secretary of Home lioomg Song-Cheer-Motto Committeeg
Orchestra B5 Volleyball '35.
Mae Willa Foreman
Any time you hear Cah Calloway.
That Foreman girl whose name is Mae
Xhfill always he listening to her ideal,
liven though it means missing a meal.
Hall Patrolg Voice B.
Lois A. Gloekler
llappy. sincere. and oh so gay
ls our Lois from day to clay.
Voice Cg Basketball '37.
Gertrude Theola Harris
She loves lo play. she loves to singg
She answers "yes" to everything.
A truly nicer girl than she
Could not he found hy you or me.
William Richard Immel
Hill .lmmfel is not so very tall,
Hut good things are usually small.
Lunch llatrolg I-lall Patrol: Activities Representativeg Radio Clubg Stage
Everett j. Jones
This Everett Jones is the quiet one,
XVho works hard till his studies are done.
He also plays on his high trombone
.ln such a way that none could groan.
Lunch Patrol: Song-Cheer-Motto Committeeg Band Ag Gym Team '35, '36, I
'37, Track Team 37.
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jean Ruth Kruse
Jeannie has such bobbing curls,
For these she's envied by all the girls.
President off Home Room, Voice A, Volleyball '35, Song-Cheer-Motto Conl-
John Kyle has blond hair,
Blue eyes, complexion fair.
Student Council, lrlall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, lce Cream Boy, r.lll'CZlSL11'C1' oi
XVith Marian you can never find gloom,
When she's around, she lights up the room.
Student Council, Foreword Representative, Social Committee, Lunch Patrol.
Our admiration he impels,
,Cause in Chemistry he excels.
Treasurer of Home Room.
Anna J. Morton
Anna will never be left behind,
A friend in her you'l1 always find.
Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol, Knitting Club.
Betty surely is never slow,
You can always find her on the go.
Walter 1. Mycoff
Here's an ardent baseball fan,
l-le goes to the games Whenever he can.
In Allderdice he has made a name,
ln some near future may he find fame.
Hockey, tennis, or basketball,
She plays them well, she plays them all.
Hall Patrol, Vice .President of Home Room, Business Service Guild, Volley-
ball '36, '37, Basketball '36, '37, l-lockey '36, '37, Tennis ,36,'37, Mushball
Dorothy E. Ornitz
Dorothy E. Ornitz is tall and so slim,
On her the spotlight will never dim,
And we hereby give her name
To a lasting place in the Hall of Fame.
Foreword Staff, Hall Patrol, Foreword Reporter, journal Staff, Orchestra
A, Soccer '34, Volleyball '37: Class 'Day Committee, Class Play Publicity,
National Honor Society.
Peter is our trucking lad,
A better dancer can't be had.
Student Council, Hall Patrol , Class Play, Flower Committee.
Harold L. Ray
Laughter, joy, and fun,
All rolled up into one.
Hall l,'atrol, Secretary of Home Room, Song-Cheer-Motto Committee.
Tom Reynolds with his wavy hair,
l-las more than his rightful share,
He should give it to the girls
That they might have more natural curls.
Cross Country '35, '36, '37, Track '36, '37,
Nancy is the girl petite,
NVho we all know is very sweet,
Wfith wisdom and joy she wends her way
'l'hrough the school from day to day.
Hockey '36, National Honor Society.
Helen Ilene Smith
Ilene Smith is very sweet,
And for her brilliance can't be beat.
lVith her dark eyes and curly hair,
She's a girl that is quite rare.
Secretary ol Home Room, journal Staff, Allderdice Adjustment Associa-
tion, Senior Leaders' Club, Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37, Soccer '34, '35'
Hockey '36, Basketball '36, Tennis '34, '35, '37, National Honor Society.
Mort C. Smythe
Duke is the boy who more and more,
Helps to add to that football score.
A marvelous dancer, he is rumored,
A nice fellow when properly humored.
Stage Crew '34, '35, '36, Football '35, '37, Hall Patrol, Orchestra A, Soccer
DeVera Lee Syna
VVith her sparkling humor and ready wit
She is sure to make a hit.
So much lun DeVera can be
Wfhen you're in her company.
Class Play Secretary, journal Staff, Arithmetic Club, Type Club, Debate
Club, Basketball '34, '37, Volleyball '34, '35, '36, Hockey '36, '37,
Around the school
Wherever you stray,
You'll always find Sidney
Asleep in the hay.
Hall Patrol, Economics Club, Stamp Club, Band C, Soccer '35.
Ernie with his curly hair
Draws the girls from here and there.
Hall Patrol : Student Council, Book Room Club, journal Staff, Stamp Club,
Hobby Club, l.e Cercle Francaise, Art Club, Orchestra B.
llall Patrol, Social Committee, Class Play, journal Staff, Humane Society,
Crafts Club, Chorus A, Allderdice Adjustment Association, Soccer '34,
Jean E. Toth
Wfhat a prize!
Lunch Patrolg President of Home lioomg Song-Cheer-Motto Committee.
If john happens to be your friend,
You can be sure it's to the end.
Hall Patrolg Secretary l2Bg Ring Committee.
Howard is an "all-star",
The girls think he's a "honey",
And when he's on the football field,
He runs just like a bunny.
Hall Patrolg Football '36, '37.
A quiet lass is our Marie
So very pretty, as you can see.
Secretary-treasurer of Home Roomg Business Service Guild.
Bob is the one who always tore
To get the properties behind and before
Stage Crewg Hall Patrol g Orchestra B.
Ruth Margaret Weadon
Ruth will always brighten you
Whenever you happen to feel blueg
She's a friend to have and hold,
She's fashioned from a noble mold.
Yolandzfs laugh, Yolanda's smile,
Keep us happy all the while.
VV. Z. because of his fine traits,
W'ith all people always ratesg
Because ol his looks and wavy hair,
The girls for him set their snare.
Student Councilg President oil Home Roomg Journal Staffg Debate Club
Current Problems Club 3 Orchestra B.
mrs. Simpson? ueri ef gJue!!ae
Mrs. Myra C. Simpson - Sponsor
"Arnica optimal" say her Latin Charges,
"Best ol' friends" say the restg
Wfillingly sl1c'll lend a hand,
Her friendship stands the test.
President ...................................,...................... Alfred Katz
Vice President .................................... Leonard Kanenson
Secretary-Treasurer .................................... Betty Wilbert
Student Council Representative ............. A drienne Sedler
Social Chairmzln ........ ........................ I ,awrence Rosenson
Activities Representative .............. Yetalouise Steinman
Foreword Representative .............................. Fred Kindl
Virginia's main ambition
Is to be a dietitian.
.Ring Committeeg Debate Clubg Basketball '34, '35, '36, '37, Hockey '36, '37
Volleyball '36, '37g Tennis '36, '37g Swimming '36, '37.
Natl1an's one of our best boys,
He clocsn't care for any noise.
Hlall Patrolg Bandg Cross Country '351 Track Team '37, Soccer Team '34
Full ol joy and full of fun,
Always liked by everyone.
Hall Patrol: Current .Events Clubg Microscopic Clubg Make-up Club
Volleyball '34, '35, Basketball '35, '37,
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Evelyn E. Coin
Evelyn wants to teach dancing
And in that field she'll go prancingg
For she is both studious and gay
And always bound to win her way.
Hall Patrolg Class Playg Red Cross Club.
Antoinette is sweet and sincere
And always charming to have near.
Hall Patrolg Ring Committeeg Business Service Guildg Penmanship Clubg
Chess Clubg Volleyball '35, '36g Basketball '36g Tennis '36, '37
Marty is a reliable chap
Always doing his work with a snap.
Hall Patrolg Junior Basketball.
Rose Yetta Feldman
Always ready, willing, and able,-
She wants Rhett Butler played by Gable.
Bulleting Foreword Staffg journal Staifg Business Service Guild.
Edythe is quite a studious lass,
Also a credit to our class.
Hall Patrolg Lunch Patrolg Journal Staifg Current Events Clubg Business
Howard's hobby is making money,
And he is also gay and chummy.
Hall Patrolg Soccer Teamg Art Club.
The famfous playwright of 1992
Is Robert Goleman of Room 362.
Hall Patrolg Foreword Representativeg Astronomy Clubg Band A3 Inter-
mural Champs '35,
john C. Hood
Ambition deep within his heart
Inspired in John the thought to start
The task of air conditioning in our town
For future generations the year around.
Mary Wilmot Houghton
Very quiet in her way,
But she will be on top some clay.
Hall Patrolg Journal Staffg Art Clubg Craft Clubg Qrchestra Ag Volleyball
'37g National Honor Society.
The Physics notes are due tomorrowg
He has to write, he cannot borrow.
But days of toil will soon be o'er
For "Ig" the Senior will study no more.
tiveg journal Staffg Current Physics Club: Model Airplane Clubg Boys
Senior Leadersg National Honor Society.
Hall Patrolg Vice President of Home Roomg Student Council Representa-
Al is the president of 362
And he's always got a smile for you.
l-lall Patrolg President ol Home Roomg Song-Motto-Cheer Committee.
Tall and thin with clear, brown eyes.
That is our Fritz as you may surmise.
Gilt Committee: Green Keyg Badminton Club: Allderclice Adjustment As-
Barbara Jeanne Kramer
liarbara is both studions and gay
:Xml the violin she surely can play.
Foreword Staff: journal Staffg Debate Club: "Entre Nous"g Orchestra A:
Senior Leaders Clnbg Basketball '3-1. '35, '36, '37g l-Iockey '36, '37g National
We see by a star
Artliur taking a journey:
And ending at the bar
To be an attorney.
Soccer Manager '32, '33. '3-lg Lunch Patrol: Track Manager '35: .lunior
llasketball Manager '35: Senior Basketball Manager '36, '37g Hall Patrol:
Football lVl'anager '37g Flower Committee: Senior Leaders Club.
XX social worker she wants to become,
Anil we think Frances is really great fun.
Hall Patrol: Penmanship Club.
Julius Ronald Levkoy
llis brow is furrowed, his eye is dim,
For poor -lulins is about all in.
Cross Country '36, '37g Swimming Team 363 Volleyball '36: Track Team
'36g Radio Club '37,
Even though his niekname's "Nappy"
He is really very snappy.
jerry is our man about town g
lle has a way so clebonair,
Upon him the girls will never 'frown
As he dances like Fred Astaire.
Class lllayg Stamp Clubg Airplane Club: Biology Club.
John G. Lloyd
He is president of the Senior Class
And he also knows the forward pass.
Hall Patrolg l"resident of Senior Classg Green Key: Voice Group Ag Foot-
ball '35, '36, '37g Male Chorus.
Quiet and contained is our Frank.
Never known to do a prank.
Hall 'Patrolg Driving Clnbg Gym Team '34.
Mary B. Myers
Very attractive with lots of poise.
Now we know how she gets the boys.
President of Senior Leaders: Girl Chorale: Group A 3 tlperag lrlasketball '35: l
Soccer '35g Volleyball ,35, X365 National l-lonor Society. y
William Charles Pyers
' ' ' '-I . ll
He is in for protessional base Ja
This fellow who is shy and tall:
And the mob will crave his name
XNhen he plays in the big game.
Foreword Cartoonist: Model Airplane Clubg Badminton Clubg Penmanship
' ' ' ' ' '34, '35: Baseball '37: Badminton '36, '37.
Club: Driving' Club. Football 1
Esther Evelyn Racusin
' 1 she holds :1 high position
ln our esteem ..
To be a successful secretary is her ambition.
Larry is our engineer.
And Ifor him let's give a cheer.
' ' '-Klotto-Cheer Committee: Model Air-
Vice President ot Home Room. bong
plane Club: Social Committee: Physics Club.
Quiet, shy and petite,
nd very sweet
Current Pvc-nts Club:
Also pretty a . . .
Student Council: 'Hall Patrol 3 Flower Committee:
National l-lonor Society.
Ethel Marie Smith
The nifrht wore on, and the sky grew gray,
' 1 v - l . . va
And found this poor Senioi Hflllilllg an y.
Girl iReserves g Volleyball
Mary Alice Spellmire
Her eyes like stars they twinkle bright-
lxes '1 prettv sight
l I 3 tiroui A
Our Marr Alice ma ' . . d . 1 .
C nittee: Shakespeare C u u 1
Hall Pati'ol:'Class Play: Gift omi
Very attractive and stylishly dressed,
Is Yetalouise. ever at her best.
tative: National Honor Society.
Hall Patrol 3 Activities Represen
Ruth is our
For her joy is always to actg
We are sure she will go far
l 'ffl t and shininff star.
And be a Jrib 1 . . 6
Hall Patrolg Class Play: Debate Club.
Big strapping boy is he,
His life ambition is the Movie Industry.
" ' te 3 Boys' Cooking Clubg Micro
Lunch Patrolg Song-Motto-Cheer Commit ce
' t' Band A
scope Club , Brass Sexte , .
Harriet Sylvia Walk
A serious girl ancl high her aim.
W'e're sure she'll reach the hall ol lame.
Hall Patrol: Pantomime Club.
Dorothy J. Weiner
:X pleasant smile for all arouncl.
:Xncl when in sports she's never flownecl.
Hall Patrol: Class Play: Song-Motto-Cheer Committee: Debate Club:
Special Art Club: Senior Leaclers Club: Basketball '34, '35, '36g Volleyball
'34, '35, '365 Hockey '36, '37: Soccer '3-l. '35.
Betty Anne Wilbert
Our Betty is quite gay
With boys she has a way:
But no matter what they say
Her heart is still at XN. and J.
Hall Patrol: Seeretary-Treasurer of Home Room: Class Play: Journal Staff:
Craft Club: liasketball '373 Hockey '37g Soccer '35: Volleyball '34.
Gladys Eleanor Wilds
Happy-go-lucky, a mischievous lass,
Yet quite a ereclit to our class.
Hall Patrol: Bantl B: French Club.
Dorothy May Williams
Dot wants to become a nurseg
But on us. please clon't rehearse.
Hall Patrol: Ring Committee: Senior Leaders Club: Volleyball '34, '35:
Soccer '35, '36g Basketball '35, '36, '37g Hockey '36, '37, Swimming '34,
Anne Doris Zimmer
Serious. shy and clemtu'e-
A classmate to be prourl ol we're very sure.
Business Service Cuiltl: Penmanship Club: Art Club.
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Mr. Snyder? Ghiffwzs
Mr. George B. Snyder - Sponsor
Truly the magnitude of his heart
ls reflected in his class devotion,
Now that we and he must part
Our hearts are filled with real emotion.
President ......................... ................... X Villiam D. Calhoun
Vice President ....,...........................,... Ruth Abercromlaie
Secretary ............................................................. N nne Lintz
Student Council Representative .................. Robert Bain
Treasurer ................................................ Mildred Coodnite
Mildred P. Abelson
An artist is she
lVith palette in hand.
Her fame shall spread
Throughout the land.
Special Art Clubg German Club.
A miss so fair
Of great renown,
She'll win the heart
Of all in town.
Senior Leaders Clubg Rifle Clubg Allderdice Adjustment Association: Gift
Committee: Vice President of Home Room: Hockeyg Class Day Committeeg
National Honor Society.
-- 32 A
To one so fair
As our Miss Mable,
lf wc were beauty judge,
XVe would give first label.
Hall Patrol: Foreword Reporter: Vice President of Home Roomg Social
Committee: Business Service Guild.
Sanford Alter I
A producer he
Rich and good
VVith lots of money
And bachelorhood. ,
journal Staff: llall Patrol: Class Play: Allderdice Adjustment Association:
Senior Debate Club: Current Problems Club: Handbook Committee:
National 'Honor Society.
A gay. happy-go-lucky
'lfo be a social worker
ls her ambition.
Rifle Club: Soccer '34: Flower Committee: Book Room Club: Volleyball '33.
To her tl1cre's no worry
About school, worlc, or money
For she's always liappy.
Cheerful. and sunny.
A part of tb.s journal
ln fact this very caption
Wie devote to Rolfs honors
Received for meritorious action.
Student Council 3 Hall Patrol: journal Staff: Allderdice Adjustment As-
sociation : Student Court: Band A : Cross Country '37: Class Day Committee.
l-le plays off pitch:
l-le plays off beat:
But is never far off
Wlhen time comes to eat.
Hall Patrol 3 Ring' Committee: Badminton Club: Wloodwind Ensemble: Brass
Quartet: Orchestra A.
William D. Calhoun
ln mathematics or science
He may possibly be hazy:
But with his wit and humor
l-le drives our class quite crazy.
Hall Patrol: Lunch Patrol: Song-Cheer-Motto Committee: President of
Home Room: Green Key: Band Ag Brass Sextet.
Most drawings appear to us
A little lar fetched,
But Roberts we are sure
Are certainly tetched.
Lunch Patrolg Song-Motto-Cheer Committeeg Senior Art Clubg junior Bas
She is very nice
And also smart,
lhforking in her classes
She always does her part. .
Hall Patrolg Morning Bulletin: Business Service Guildg Penmanship Club
His life and loves
Wfe can record
As centered on one
A 328 Ford.
Foreword Reporter: Hall Patrol: Flower Committee: Badminton Club
Orchestra Ag Brass Quartet.
Many honors to her
XfVe do bestowg
A well liked girl
Is Katherine Danko.
Business Service Guildg Penmanship Club.
Shes a swell girl
A11d is loads of fun
In her school work,
She's not at all dumb.
Business Service Guild.
Jolly, good natured,
All fourteen months
Of the year.
She is full of vim
And has lots of go,
And is one girl
Were glad to know.
Treasurer of Home Roomg Business Service Guild.
George H. Graham
'I-le was so quiet
Wlhen .he first did arrive
But now he is the wit
Of Room 455.
Hall Patrolg Lunch Patrol: Band A.
,Picture a doctor
With head so bald,
XVhose shingle will read
M. LJ., ,lerry tlreenwald.
Shalcesperian Clubg Band B3 Orchestra C: Class Day Committee.
At mathematics he is IL whiz
Dealing in roots and surds
x 21x llf3.
Gift Committee: Hall Patrol: Sigma Iota: Rifle Clubg Current Events Clubg
Vice l'resident of Home Roomg Tennis Squadg Miss Todd's French Clubg
Orchestra B5 Stamp Club.
Upon a career
She is bent
As a model
Upon the continent.
Hall Patrolg l,.uuch Patrol.
Wfith national fame
As a movie star
A Casanova .lim
Will be worshipped afar.
llall l,Zl.ll'UlQ l.unch Patrolg Model .fXirplane Clubg Microscope Clubg Class
l'layg Gilt Committee.
john is a star
On the football field,
He will carry the ball
Never to yield.
Flower Committee: Boys Senior .Leaders Club: Soccer '34g Golf '35, '36, 375
Hall Patrolg Volleyball '36.
Her blue eyes
And lovely smile
Make her acquaintance
Xvorth your while.
I-Ier work is done
'Hel' grades are goodg
She has graduated
As we all should.
lilall Patrol: Lunch Patrol.
We really do see
She wants to be a secretary
Upon a rich man's knee.
Business Service Guildg Current Eveutsg Hall Patrolg Flower Committeeg
Secretary of Home Room.
His name is Frank
Wfe call him aloe,
But to the girls
He is Romeo.
Hi-Y: Cross Country ,365 Orchestra A.
The class will love and worship him
Because of his degrees,
Helll have them all, oh yes he will,
From B. A's to Ph. D's.
For this fair lass
VVS: think there will be
A school teacher's desk
Hall Patrolg Morning Bulletin: Ring Committee: Business Service Guild.
Edith M. Piper
A faster typewriter
For her we must invent-
The prize secretary
Of the entire continent.
Hall Patrolg Lunch Patrol: Current livents Clubg Library Clubg Girl lie-
servesg Orchestra A g Volleyball '36.
For those to whom
Misery and woe is chronic
VVe suggest Miss June
As a remedial tonic.
Hall Patrolg Girl Reserves.
She hopes to be
The wonder of the stageg
But with the class
She is the rage.
Lunch Patrolg Library Cluhg 'Mathematics Clubg Dramatic Club: Foreword
Reporterg Voice Group B.
Stanley is precise
To the thousandth of an inchg
To succeed in engineering
For him will be a cinch.
Foreword Staff 3 journal Staff: Student Council g Hall Patrol 3 Vice President
of Senior Classg President of Home Roomg Allderdice Adjustment As-
sociationg Mathematics Club: Band A: Handbook Committee: National
1 i l
Of "Pete" Schwartz
You're sure to hear,
Famous because of
A political career.
Boys Cooking Club: Latin Clubg lflall Patrolg Current Events Clubg Student
Florence B. Shapiro
Her culinary skill
Could be turned to ready cash:
She can bake and she can cook
Things from soup to kitchen hash.
Olga D. Tozzi
Fast in her work,
Fast in her play,
Slow getting' into trouble
She'll go a long, long way.
Hall l"atrolg Business Service Ciuildg Clirl Reservesg Volleyball.
She lives her life
Without a care
To a million dollar smile
She 'fell heir.
Hall Patrolg Lunch Patrol.
Clamor. clamor everywhere
And never does it cease:
Clamor, clamor everywhere
And not a moment's peace.
Gay remarks and shoving throng,
Lines that slowly crawl along.
Loud "hellos" and shiny trays,
Food in colorful arraysg
Sandwiches piled way up high,
Soup and milk and cherry pie.
Crowded tables, lack of space,
lirom the clamor it would seem
That excitement reigns supreme:
'lihen the hcll's shrill piercing clash-
liollowecl by one long mad dash.
ln these well-known sights and sounds.
'l'erry's eating place aboundsg
'l'hrough the years this lunchtime fuss
Has 'become a part of us.
Growing on us hit by bit.
Till we wouldn't part with it.
.Miss Mifferis elzaqerie
Miss Elizabeth C. Miller - Sponsor
Dissecting bugs for her is simple,
A scientific mind has sheg
But her smile and cheery dimple
Kept our classes quite carefree.
President .........,... ........... ............ ..... .............. S h o a l Berer
Vice President .................. ....... . blames McShane
Secretary-Treasurer ............... ................... M ary Tichi
Activity Representative ................ i ..... Miriam Goldstein
Social Chairman ............................................... Betty Blair
Student Council Representative ...... Raymond Kramer
Foreword Representative ................ lfdward Greenwald
Bernice E. Barer
To be a model is her aim
And she deserves what she may gain.
Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37g Basketball '34, '35, '36, '37g Hockey '36g Soccer
'34, '35g Mushball '35, '36.
Ever ready to do what's right,
He'll come through without a fight.
President of Home Roomg Gift Committeeg Current Physics Clubg Band Ag
National Honor Society.
Amelia Caroline Blackham
Oh so quiet, oh so shy,
Never fear, she'll get by.
Hall Patrolg Volleyball '35g Mushball '35.
A 38' '
Elizabeth Ann Blair
Betty Blair is so petite,
ller classmates think
She's hard to beat.
Qlilall Patrol: Social Committee: Foreword Reporter: Class Play: Journal
Staff: Craft Club: Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37: Basketball '35, '36, '37:
lloekey '36, '37: Tennis '35, '36g National Honor Society.
She's a gal no better could be,
Everyone's pal is our Katie.
Lunch Patrol: Rifle Club: Class Play: Swimming' '36: Basketball '35.
David Myar Bregm-an
Blue eyes, brown hair, just six feet,
I-1e's tops with us: he cau't be beat.
liall ljatrol: Senior Applied Bookkeeping' Club: Voice B: Intramural Bas-
ketball Champions '35.
Theodore M. Cipa
Everything quiet and then a noise,
Our guess it's Ted amusing' the boys.
Senior Art Club: I-lall Patrol: Soccer '33.
Because his 'face is lit up by a smile,
His life, we feel, will always be worthwhile.
Hall Patrol: Ring Committee: Biology Club: Photography Club: Cooking
Club: .Band Ag intramural Mushball Champions '32.
Ile is where the crowds are thickest,
Ask us why? He sells lunch tickets.
Lunch Patrol: Hall Patrol.
Marian Mildred Ebersole
Light brown hair and eyes of brown,
"Mernie" is tops all over the town.
Business Service Guild: Basketball '35: Orchestra A: Volleyball '35,
Quiet, shy and oh so sweet.
For many things she can't be beat.
Hall Patrol: Knitting Club.
Betty Irene Fulham
Very cute and nice to know,
We bet she never lacks a beau.
Basketball '35: Volleyball '35: Soccer '35, '36.
Miriam has a voice so sweet,
That we-'re sure she ean't be beat.
Foreword Staff: Class Play: journal Staff: Girls' Chorale: String Trio:
Quartet: Opera: Group A: Senior Leaders' Club: Volleyball '35, '36, '37g
National Honor Society.
Nice boy, lots of fun,
Brings joy, makes things hum.
Student Council: Foreword Representative: Ring Committee: Cross Country
'36, '37: Cheer Leader.
Teacher says, "XVant something done?"
just send for "Clint", he's the one.
Vice President of Home Room, Gift Committee, Biology Club.
Ruth Ida Kleiman
Ruth's a girl you'd like to know,
Always on time, never slow.
Hall Patrol, Craits Club, Applied Bookkeeping Club, Business Service
Guild, Mathematics Club, Voice A.
A happy-go-lucky boy is he,
Free from cares, l1e'll always be.
Hall Patrol, journal Staff, Social Committee, Biology Club, Band A.
Tho' quiet and shy, she's tops in our class,
Want to know why? She's a right pretty lass.
Hall Patrol, Flower Committee, Hockey '35.
Reda R. Levin
ln studies she rates very well,
In social liie she's quite a belle.
Journal Staff, German Club, Basketball '34, '35, '36, Volleyball '35, '36, '37,
Soccer '34, '35, Hockey '36, '37, Tennis '35, '36, Mushball '35, '36.
Paul B. Mazerov
Paul is Beau Brummel of our school,
Five girls at once is his main rule.
Secretary-Treasurer of Home Room, Song-Cheer-lVIotto Committee, Debate
Club, Band A, Baseball Team '37, Manager of Football '37, Manager of
Basketball '36, '37.
The mischief dances in his eyes,
For cutting-up he takes the prize.
Hall Patrol, Boys' Senior Leaders' Club, Band A, Football '37.
Jimmy is a pleasant boy, with a sense of humor,
That Notre Dame will be his goal, is a well-known rumor.
Hall Patrol, Student Council, Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Class, Class
Play, journal Staff, Intramural Mushball Champions '34, '35, Track Team
Johnnie, we hear your greatest delight,
Is shooting rabbits late at night.
Business Service Guild, Song-Cheer-Motto Committee.
Donald Mayo Middleton
An all-round boy. a mighty good dancer,
Ask the girls, they all know the answer.
Hall Patrol, Class Play, Ring Committee, Hi-Y Club, Orchestra A, Mush-
Wfant to know why his hair is red?
'Cause very early he goes to bed.
Lunch l"atrolg Book Room Clubg Athletic Leader '36, '37g Intramural
Championship '36, '37,
Betty Louise Miller
Betts, in our minds always will linger
That you play the piano with only one linger.
Volleyball '35g Teimis '353 Current Events Clubg Red Cross, Gift Commit-
teeg llall Patrol.
Our Belle is everyones friend,
lfor her smile there is no end.
Olive M. Morton
I.aug'liing gaily all :the day,
"That must be Olive," people say.
Swimming' '35g Basketball '36, '37, Volleyball '36,
A boy we couldn't do without,
1'-le really knows what hels about.
A "linen he has for all the girls,
Especially the ones with natural curls.
Hall Patrolg Cooking Clubg Microscope Clubg Orchestra B3 Mushball Intra-
mural Champions '36,
Never rush, never hurry,
Never even seems to worry.
Hall Patrolg Intramural Basketball '36.
Morris plays football like no other boy,
460 calls him their pride and their joy.
Basketball '36, '37g Football '36, '37.
Florence Ann Stewart
Florence is cute and really smart,
She wins he1' way in eve1'yone's heart.
Journal Staff, Senior Art Club.
A little bag of joy and pep
"Life ot the party" is her rep.
Secretary of Home Roomg Business Service Guild, Volleyball '34, '35,
Smile P Forever-
Frown P Never-.
Hall Patrol: Class Play: Flower Committee, Allderdice Adjustment As-
soeiationg lflhotography Club.
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Oliver Winslow .....
Mark Winslow .....
Production directed by Miss Dorothy Zeigler
THE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Augusta Winslow Martin .......
Alan Martin ......................,.
Martha "Muff" Winslow
Richard Winslow .............
Nancy Blake ,.... ..
fin order of appcarancej
. ..,.............,.. Miriam Goldstein, Dorothy Weiner
.............Peter Puzak, Karl Kortland
.........Jerry Leiblich, Stanley Weinthal
.......Sanford Alter, James McShane
..,.....Betty Blair, Nancy Rohling
...James Keifer, Donald Middleton
.......Mary Alice Spellmire, Betty 'Wilbert
Katie ................ .................................................................................................... K atherine Boyd
The scene is in the home of the Winslow family in upper New York State in the
month of june.
Orchestra .... . .... .
Scenery Building ......
Stage Crew ........
Advertising fPcstersJ ....
Miss Laura Zeigler
.......Mary Myers, Harriet Wolk
Dorothy E. Ornitz
Adler, Richard Benswanger, Howard Boyd, Karl Eagle.
john Gongas. David Harris, Charles Mycoff
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My high school life is en
My studies all are done.
My spirits fall so very low
I'll now miss all the lun.
Vlfakening every morning
Seven on the clot
I was always there
"johnny On the Spot."
Memories to nie
Have been very nianyg
Troubles sure I had
Many more than plenty.
Missing now the friends
That I long have known.
I can scarcely keep
Sad thoughts from being
Leaving now the place
That we've learned to like.
There's not a senior can
Feel so very bright.
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At the Organ-Robert Brown, February '37
Invocation ...... . ..,.....,.............,.,,,.,..,...,........,.... .,...,.,.,...,.. R cv. Joseph S. Morledgc
Presentation of Flowers
King of Heaven
At Thy Feet
A Cappella Choir-Miss Emma Steiner, Director
The Foundation of a State is the Education of its Youth .,... . Stanley Rosecrans
Panis Angelicus .,,.,......, ..,..,.,..,. , . ..........,.,............ ,. ,.....,l....... .. ..... C'C?.S'Cll' Frmzck
Alleluja ......,...... .,.,.,.,....,l,.,.....,..., ........,.... .....,.......,. ..,.. . I fi f '. fl. Illosarl
The Highest Aim of Education is the Formation of Character ,.,... Dorothy Ornitz
Emitte Spiritum Tuum , .......,4,....,.,....... ...,..,., ....................4.,..........,.,......,,.,,. S I mefky
A Cappella Choir-Miss Emma Steiner, Director
Ad-dress .....t ....,..,,....., ,.....,..........,.....,. . .,.,........,..i..l..., .,l,......,. D 1 ' . J. Freeman Guy
First Associate Superintendent of Schools
Presentation of Diplomas
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How insignificant we feel today,
So young to face alone this world of strife:
And yet, we stand in fear and some dismay
Upon the threshold of a strange new life.
We know not what the coming years may hold.
Nor how the will of Cod would have us fare:
But our ideals and faith will not grow cold
lVhile we've the will "to do" and soul "to dare."
ft is our aim to cultivate the best.
To seek the rbeautiful and shun the rest:
To lend our help to all in need of aid.
And face the Future staunch and unafraid.
Let us but live our lives so that we find
Some little worthwhile thought to give mankind.
THE MEANING OF PEACE
BACE IS A WORD too often used as a mask for other desires. In parts of this
country, people are led into lawlessness and sorrow by a ranting conjure
man with the cry "Peace, it's wonderful". In other parts of the world. selfish
nationalists shout "Peace" while they hold a dagger dripping with the blood of
freedom and democracy. Peace is established in some places -by executing half
the population to gain non-existent :benefits ifor 'the rest of the people. Some
nations ruthlessly annihilate weaker neighbors and yet maintain technical peace.
All of these actions are carried on in the name of peace. VVe, in the United States.
immediately recognize that such actions are far from peaceful, and yet millions
of people throughout the world are told that they are living and dying-dying
mostly-for the cause of peace. They are being kept in total ignorance through
a system of organized propaganda and lack of a free press. One great step for-
ward in the attainment of peace for our country is to maintain the American
ideal of freedom of speech and of the press.
"Give Light and the .People VVill Find Their Own Vffayf'
Wit-'x't' always thought ol' Peace as something rare.
An abstract goal, so dint and lar away:
Hut rm! Peace. the kind we all may share.
Lies in the loveliness ol' everyday:-
A rosy sunset' and the twilight! cahn.
A lazy river plodding on to sea,
A haunting nielody. a soothing psalm.
The strength and beauty ol' a stately tree:
Majestic mountains and vast fields of grain.
The strange enchantment of a lovely smile.
The gentle patter ol insistent rain.
A task that's finished. or a friend worth while:
These are the things in lile which never cease,
These are L'Il.1'll1'S solid synonynis for Peace.
PEACE AND THE STUDENT
u'1':N'1'v-oN1c YEARS Mao this nation went to war to make the world safe for
democracy. The rivers of Europe ran red with the blood ol Americans-
inartyrs to the cause of democracy. Wlhen we look over the shattered world
today, must we think that their blood was shed in vain? The last war did not
make the world sale for democracy. but made it the nesting place of greed. hate.
tyranny and intolerance. This fbook is dedicated to peace because it is our belief
that the world needs peace. Wfe, the youth of this nation. will have to make our
own decisions about the future of peace and democracy. Qui' plea to end the
barbarism ol war cannot fail to the heard.
, 7,-1 1 -4 49 -,YY
LEONARD .JXLPERN IQOIYERT SIVITZ
EVA ROSE NIARTIX
NIRS. AIARY JANE COXYLEY DR. hl. FREEMAN GUY
DR. CHARLES R. FOSTER DR. .IAMES N. RULE
AIRS. TAYLOR fXl.LlJI5RDICIi
"T1m1'c is 110 dmilzf Hffml scvms so is 1'ra1usifi0n,'
This Iifc of morfrzl brvallz
Is but a suburb of tim Iifv Elysian
117110542 fworfal we fall Dcfzilzf'
In Mevrzory of
JHI'IiIh1n Giilheri Q5uIhhInnm
Class of 1933
"VVe jnmish an imlivizlurzl guilty of assault
or flvmwler, but zlze l7'Hl5.S'lZC7'6 of zz people is con-
.vizlerefl zz gloriom zleeflf'-SENECA
une Gfass rqcuzizafiozz
President .......,.... ...................... .......... C a rl Blvth
Vice President .... ....... P hilip Permar
Secretary ........ .... X William Dickie
SO MANY MEMORIES
'r IS with mixed emotions that we bring to a close twelve long years of readin',
writin', and ,I'llIl11T1C'ClC. 'Today we stand at the threshold of a new and differ-
ent life. As we look to a future of uncertainty. memories of our schoolclays
return with new clarity.
Remember our sensations as 'bewildered "Freshies" wandering aimlessly
about the halls, trying so hard not to 1001: as scared as we fell? How insignificant
we seemed! The clatter of the lunchroom, the intricacies of the corridors, the
tall Seniors looking' like giant skyscrapers,-these were our very earliest im-
As we became older, there was more opportunity for us really to enter into
high school activities. Novel clubs, a choice of new subjects, and Senior assem-
blies all combined to give us a "grown up" feeling.
W'ith our Senior year came the crowning point of all our school experiences.
During the past ten months, our days have been cramimed with an abundance
of new and absorbing interests. Came first a new honor to our school in the
form of the city basketball championship. Then there was the thrill of those
grand socials, which were, of course, the best in Terry's history. A unique class
play followed by an artistic operetta gave us an air of cultural advancement.
Another example of our "pioneer" spirit was the novelty in graduation through
our double commencement.
. . . So we come to the end of our high school career. VVe know that our
life here is ended, but . . . the memory lingers on.
First Row-fLeft to Rightj Harry Abramovitz, Israel Abramovitz, Sylvia T. Abramovitz,
George Abramson, Alfred Leroy Adams.
Second Row-Karl Adler, Edith Adlersburg, Dorothy Elsie Aldrich, john Edward Ambrose,
Elmer J. Andrey.
Third Row-Nancy Artz, Miriam Avner, Jerry Bachrach, Aloysius Bahleda, Ethel Bailey.
Fourth Row-Robert Malcolm Baird, Herbert Bernard Barach, Elinor Barbrow, Stanley
Barish, Howard jack Barr.
Fifth Row-Rosella Carlyn Bass, Marie Elizabeth Baur, Dorothy Grace Beavers, Bella L.
Becker, Rollie Beegle.
First Row-fLeft to Rightl Bernice Bennett, Richard Benswanger, Jr., Doris Marie Bentley,
June Rose Bernard, Chester Raus Bernstein.
Second Row-Maurice G. Bernstein, Werner Block, Louise Blumenthal, Carl Stuart Blyth,
Third Row-Elsie Breakwell, David M. Brinn, Thomas Brody, Donald Broida, Sara Broido.
Fourth Row-Leonard Broudy, Zolie Carl Buko, George Anthony Burg, Francis D. Bnrgy,
Edward Henry Burton.
Fifth Row-Joseph Edward Butler, Florence Mary Calabrese, jean M. Caldwell, Eleanor
Caplan, Melvin Caplan.
First Row-fLeft to Rightj Eleanor Elizabeth Carothers, Joseph Caruso, Dorothy Veronica
Casey, John Casey, Mary Veronica Cavanaugh.
Second Row-Mary Anne Chernotowich, julia Jean Chornyak, Alfred Cicero, Thomas L.
Clarkson, Jane Cloman.
Third Row-Anne Malone Cobb, Marion Cohen, Marvin Sigmund Cohen, Mildred Frieda
Cohen, May Elizabeth Cornman.
Fourth Row-Harry Cotton, Donald Cusick, Robert Daley, Esther Danilovich, Dorothy
Fifth Row-Harold H. Davis, June Irwin Davis, Phyllis Betty Davis, Betty Jeane Deane,
First Row-fLeft to Righty james Vincent DeFrancisco, Herman Denmark, Dorothy C.
DeVincenzo, Betty jane Devore, Stanley Frost Dice.
Second Row-William Graff Dickie, Michael joseph Dimperio, Ruth Dinsmore, Council
Henry Dinsmore, Rose Dorfman.
Third Row-Irene Downey, Audrey Doyle, john Main Duff, Thomas Patrick Duffy, Charles
Fourth Row--Margaret Dzugan, Charles Karl Eagle, joseph Raymond Ebner, Joseph Eger,
Fifth Row-Jack Edward Ellis, Gabriella Erdeky, Irwin Eskovits, George Fabian, Eleanor
First Row-fLeft to Rightj Bernice Feingold, Sarah Margaret Fillmore, Mary Louise
Finnin, Matisse Lee Forbes, Margaret Ford.
Second Row-Sarah Willovene Forrester, Ovetta Bernice Foster, Helen Marie Fowler,
Stanton Frankle, Paul Charles Fratangelo.
Third Row-Gertrude Freed, Oliver Freeman, Judith Friedherg, Alter Chester Friedman,
Edna Belle Friedman. .
Fourth Row-joseph F. Galardi, Margaret M. Gall, Grace Ellen Gamble, Eleanor DeVera
Garfinkel, Milton M. Geilman.
Fifth Row-M. john Gerecter, Steven Geriok, Leonard E. Glassner, Eleanor Jane Glick,
Helen Charlotte Glick.
First Row-fLeft to Righty Marian C. Glick, Dorothy E. Gloekler, Hortense Goldberg, Jayne
Ann Goldberg, Marvin B. Goldbloom.
Second Row-Lois A. Goldsmit, Betty Jane Goldstein, Eileen Goldstein, Bertha A. Goldvarg,
Third Row--Richard Goodman, Zelda Gordon, Shirley Gottlieb, Eleanor Rita Gray, Janet A.
Fourth Row-Sylvia Greenberg, William Greenberg, Zelda june Greenberg, Edward W.
Gregg, Andrew Grezmak.
Fifth Row-Ethel Gross, Christine Grote, Bernice Grotstein, Paul J. Guinther, jr., William
First Row-CLeft to Rightj Margaret Evelyn Guy, Michael Hahalyak, John F. Hailstones,
Georgia Lillian Hamilton, Laura jane Hamilton.
Second Row-John Harper, Harriet Harris, Herbert Harris, Roger John Harvey, Albert
Third Row-Lenora Marie Hasper, Arthur Wallis Heckman, Marjorie Heinz, George
Humphreys Heller, jack Heller.
Fourth Row-William Demmler Henning, Eleanor Ida Hess, Raymond Hicks, George R.
Hill, Dorothy Jane Hite.
Fifth Row-Helen Edith Hockenberger, Morgan Hockenberger, Edith Margaret Hodgkinson,
Edwin Harry Hoffman, Ruth Estella Holbrook.
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First Row-CLeft to Righty Regis Anthony Holleran, William E, Hood, Jr., John Jacob
Hoover, Frank William. Horn, Helen Horvat.
Second Row-Margaret Hosey, Emil J. Hosko, George Hosko, Albert John Howell, Margaret
Third Row-Arthur Hurwitz, Emily Nan Jacobs, Rosella Frances Jacobs, Alma Lee Jacobson,
Fourth Row-Norman R. Johnson, Elizabeth Frances Jones, Thomas M. Jones, Charles
Byron Jorgensen, Betty Jayne Joyce.
Fifth Row-Sherman Jubelirer, Sam Kalser, Iris Kamin, Dorothy Louise Kane, Arnold
First Row-QLeft to Rightj Paul C. Katz, Evelyn Kaufman, Ray Keller, John S. Kelso,
Marion Sandra Kholos.
Second Row-William Kiefer, Dennis King, Donald Frederick King, Jean King, Nancy King.
Third Row-Peggy Kingsbacher, Janet Kinley, Jean Kinley, Louise Williams Kirk, Evelyn
Fourth Row-Evelyn B. Klein, Louise M. Klimon, William L. Klinkenstein, john F. Knox,
Fifth Row-Hillard Kreimer, Mildred Kronket, Barnardine Marian Kuba, Kathryn L. Kuhns,
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First Row-CLeft to Righty Ervin Kurtz, Rachel Labovitz, Janet Landay, john S. Lawrence,
Second Row-Mary M. Lebanik, Ruth Constance Leff, S. David Lefton, William Irvin
Leitzell, Corinne Lenchner.
Third Row-Sigmund Lenchner, Milton Bernard Leoff, Marvin Lerner, Betty Lee Levens,
Fourth Row-Anne E. Levin, June Elaine Levine, Raedelle Suzanne Levy, M. Rose Lewis,
Mildred Claire Linden.
Fifth Row-Clark Raymond Livingston, Jeanette Esther Lloyd, Pasquale Manfred Lombardi,
Lois Emma Long, Mary Catherine Lyden.
First Row-fLeft to Righty Mary Margaret Lydon, john Francis Lynch, Katherine Frances
Lynch, Betty C. MacDonald, Morris Mainwaring.
Second Row-jean Edith Malatesta, Burnett Malone, Evelyn Louise Mantch, Cecil Marcus,
Third Row-Morton Marcus, Irwin P. Marcus, Edward J. Marks, Lillian Irene Martin,
Robert Louis Martin.
Fourth Row--Matthew Marshall, Alice Anne Matuszeska, William McClean, Jane Marie
McCusker, Robert Knowles McGeary.
Fifth Row-Dolores Margaret McKee, Thelma McKeen, Leo McShane, Eileen Hope
McVicker, Frank Robert Mercurio.
First Row-fLeft to Righty Eleanor Mervis, John Franklin Meszaros, Betty Meyers, Pearl
Michaelson, jane Louise Miller.
Second Row-Robert C. Miller, Rose Elizabeth Miller, William Boyd Miller, Agnes Elizabeth
Mohrbach, Mildred Moidel.
Third Row-Fergus Thomas Monahan, Florence Maureen Moore, Betty Moorhead, Dorothy
C. Mulvihill, Elizabeth jean Murphy.
Fourth Row-Nellie C. Murphy, Charles Anderson Mycoff, Mary W. Naffah, Tulia
Nicholas, Albert Michael Norbut.
Fifth Row-Morris David Nudelnian, J. Kenneth Obringer, Kathleen Edith O'Connor,
Jeanne Dorothy Odle, Leonard Myron Oliver.
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First Row-CLeft to Righty Joseph Frank Onodi, Mary Catherine Osborn, Elaine Ethel
Ostlund, Rita Minnette Owens, Louette Edith Packard.
Second Row-Fred John Paratore, Lillian Madge Pastor, Marvin Perilman, Feola Frances
Perlman, Philip Howard Permar.
Third Row-Margaret E. Pflaum, Marvin Plesset, Arnalda Porro, Walter Proeger, Ruth
Fourth Row-Eugenia Prus, Harry C. Raihle, Melvin Rapport, Annetta Rauschart, Edward
Fifth Row-Clair Robert Reeside, Arthur Lewis Reinstein, George Richard Renshaw, Janice
Reuben, Lester Harold Richman.
First Row-CLeft to Righty Betty Ritenbaugh, James john Rocco, William Howard Roe,
Irene Rosen, Diana Alix Rosenberg.
Second Row-Alfred A. Rosenbloom, jr., Estelle Rosecrans, Sylvan H. Rosenfield, joseph
Ross, Theodore T. Rossen.
Third Row-Myra Fern Roth, Roselle K. Rothbart, Betty M. Rupert, Bernice Sabel, Ruth
Fourth Row-'Paul James Salvatora, jack Clayton Sample, Rosalie Sassin, Warren Milton
Satterfield, Irma D. Scenna.
Fifth Row-Heinz Schledt, Helen Judith Schoenbrun, Arthur Schwartz, Helen Schwartz,
Jeanne Louise Schwartz.
First Row-fLeft to Righty Adele Sedler, Irma jean Serbin, Esther Deborah Shapiro, Selma
Sylvia Shapiro, Jacob Neiman Shearer.
Second Row-Mary Louise Sherry, john H. Siebert, Anella Ruth Siegal, Jay Herbert
Silverberg, Julian R. Silberman.
Third Row-Ralph Silverman, Elsie Tyler Simon, Edward Simons, Ann Slapnick, Jeanne
Fourth Row-Melvin Smith, Roslyn Betty Smith, Sara Belle Smith, Donald Snyder, Mildred
Suffer. ' 'fi ""
Fifth Row-Dorothy M. Solenday, Robert Lea Soles, Margaret M. Sopko, Velma Sopoliga,
Helen Madeliene Spencer.
First Row-QLeft to Righty M. Marian Spicuzza, Norma Rose Squitieri, Eileen Stack,
Glorioso Dornenic Stauzian, C. George Steen.
Second Row-Martha Strassburger, Alfred Corrie Stuedler, Elizabeth May Sullivan, John
L. Sullivan, Joseph Willam Sullivan.
Third Row-Howard Martin Swartz, Bertha T. Takacs, Frances Taksa, Lillian Luise
Taylor, Rita Teplitz.
Fourth Row-Helen Sylvia Terner, Theresa Jane Thiel, Zola J. Tisherman, Helen Elizabeth
Toth, Stanley Shep Ungar.
Fifth Row-Betty Ann Unger, Vera Elizabeth Varadi, Thomas Edward Verna, Agnes
Gertrude Vislay, William Steven Vislay.
First Row-fLeft to Righty Marian Frances Vitulla, Joseph Francis Votilla, Janet Louise
Waddel, Marshall H. Wagman, Shirley Wanetick.
Second Row-Ethel Waring, Grace Waring, Ruth H. Wasser, Ben Wechsler, Rita Rosalind
Third Row--Leon Jay Weiss, Phyllis Florence Weiss, Sylvia Weitz, Eileen Ruth Wessel,
Vance Louise Wiebel.
Fourth Row-Leo Paul Wieteska, Alan B. Williams, Charlotte Mae Williams, Clark
Williams, Meyer Lawrence Williams.
Fifth Row-Nancy Williams, L. Melvin Winer, Eleanor Burch Wise, Helen Wohlfarth,
Rhea Helen Wolk.
First Row-CLeft to Righty Melvin Lawrence Wyner, Rose Marie Yeager, Lois Bernice
York, Helen Lendell Zagorka, Ruth L. Zimmerman.
Second Row-Aaron Herbert Zwick.
UNSELFISH SERVICE AWARD
.Miss Jfifcheffh .Merryma cars
Miss Bertha Mitchell - Sponsor
"C lrace was in all her steps, heav'n in her eye.
In every gesture dignity and love."
President ............................ . ......................
Vice ljresident ...... .......
. joseph Butler
Secretary .... .............. .......... J A ean Kinley
Treasurer .... ......,
Foreword Reporter ...................... .....
. O-vetta Foster
Activities Representative... ....... .. .... ........... Z olie Buko
Student Council Representative .. ...........
Social Committee Representative
"He the sweetest of all singersf,
junior liasketball '34, '35g Varsity Basketball
Male Chorus: Student Councilg Group HA".
"Ripe in wisdom was hc."
. Alfred Adams
'35, '36, i37, '3Sg
Green Key 3
Hall Patrol '37, '3Sg lntra-mural Nlushball '36g lntra-mural Basketball '36.
"Nor is he content with soft repose."
Hall Patrol: Lunch Patrolg Football Bandg Activities Representativeg
National Honor Society.
"Grows with his growth, and strengtliens with his strength."
Lunch Patrol '37g Hall Patrol '38
"His worth is VV?J,1'1'3.Ill.l0l' his welcome."
Brothers of the Skillet, Hall Patrol: Lunch Patrolg Green Key Vice Presi-
dentg Class President.
"Her smile was like a rainbow flashing from a misty sky."
Hall Patrolg Girl Reservesg Drivers' Club.
"His eyes beget occasion for his wit."
Orchestra Ag Band Ag NVoodwind Quintetg Sigma lotag Class Play.
"The joy ol youth and health her eyes display'd."
Student Councilg Social Committeeg Hall Patrol.
"Her air, her manners, all who saw admiredg
Courteous, though coy, and gentle. though retired."
I-Dall Patrol, Sewing Clubg Lunch Patrol, Foreword Representativeg Basket-
ball '36, '37, Hockey '37,
Edna Belle Friedman
"Those dark eyes-so dark and so deep."
Volleyball '38g Basketball '36.
"Such joy ambition finds."
Mushball '36, '3Sg Siwimming '35g Volleyball '35, '36, '37, '38, Basketball '37g
Tennis '36g Soccer '36, '37g Swimming Manager '36g Hall Patrol.
"Merrily, merrily shall I live now."
Secretary of Knitting Clubg Lunch Patrolg Economics Clubg Hall Patrolg
"XVho does the best his circumstance allows,
Does well, acts noblyg angels could no more."
Green Keyg Hall Patrol, Driving Clubg Brothers of the Skilletg Cross
"So well to know her own, that what she wills to do or say
Seems wisest, most virtuous, discretest, best."
Senior Leaders Clubg Orchestra Ag Journal Stalffg Hall Patrolg Lunch
Patrol, German Clubg Basketball '35g Hockey '36g Tennis '35, '36, '37g
National Honor Society.
"A happy soul, that all the way
To heaven hath a summer's day."
Art Clubg Track '33g Hall Patrolg Volleyball '35g Biology Club.
"Behind a frowning providence
He hides a smiling face."
Hall Patrolg Lunch Patrolg Golf Clubg Art Club.
Marjorie Heinz ' ,
"How pretty her blushing was, and how she blusl1'd again. ' '
Student Council, Voice A , journal Staff, Hansel and Gretel Cpera, National
"Thoug1htless of beauty, she was beauty s self.'
"The field's his study, nature was his book." '
Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Ice-Cream Boy, Senior Flower Committee.
"He has moved a little nearer
To the Master of all music."
Orchestra B, Band A.
"I-ler angel's face, as the great eyeof heaven, shined bright,
And made a sunshine in the shady place."
Swimming Team '35, '36, Volleyball Team '35, '36, '37, '38, Basketball '36,
'37, Mushball '35, '36, '38, Tennis '36, Hockey '38, Soccer '36, Hall Patrol.
"He doth, indeed, show some sparks that are like wit."
"Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low,
An excellent thing in woman."
Senior Leaders Club, Voice A, journal Staff, Hall Patrol, Basketball '36,
'37, Hockey '36, '37, Volleyball '37, '38, Tennis '37, Operetta, National
"He had a head to contrive, a tongue to persuade, and a
hand to execute any mischief."
"None named thee but to praise." '
Class Play, Track '37, '38, Cross Country '37, Debate Club, Lunch Patrol,
Chemistry Assistants Club, National Honor Society.
"Look, hc's winding up the watch o'f his wit,
By and by it will strike."
Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol.
"He preferred to be good. rather than to seem so."
Hall Patrol, Physics Club, Lunch Patrol, Current Events.
"The enormous faith of many made for one."
Model Airplane Club, Hall Patrol, Foreword Reporter, Miss Miller's
"His heart was in his work. and the heart giveth grace unto every Art."
President of Miss Todcl's French Club: Lunch Patrol: Activities Representa-
tive: Sigma Iota Clubg Miss Millers Biology Clubg Orchestra A: Golf Team 3
National Honor Society.
Mary Louise Sherry
"So wonianly. so benign. so meke."
Secretary of Home Room.
"A face 'with glaclness overspreacl!
Soft smiles, by human kindness bred."
Sara Belle Smith
"The mind. the music breathing from her face."
Voice Ag Girls' Choraleg Hall Patrolg Class Play.
"Her sunny locks hang on her temples like a golden fleece."
Business Service Guild.
"A smile that glow'd celestial rosy red, love's proper hue."
Business Service Guild.
"He was a scholar, and a ripe and good one."
"Mindful not of herself."
Business Service Guildg Hall Patrol.
"I have a heart with room for every joy."
Business Service Guild.
"She is pretty to walk with,
And witty to talk With,
And pleasant too, to think on."
Knitting Clubg Lunch Patrolg Economies Club: Girl Reservesg Mushball
"l-ler silver voice is the rich music of a summer's bird."
Voice Ag Hall Patrol.
Rose Marie Yeager
"She moves a goddess, and she looks a queen."
Art Clubg Lunch Patrol: Sigma Iota Club.
r. ifotuzqh yoanqffers
Mr. George Young - Sponsor
"Business ls Business"
President ................................................ Donald Levenson
Vice President ....................... ...,............ Z ola Tisherrnan
Secretary-Treasurer .......................... Pasquale Lombardi
Foreword Representative .......................... Phyllis Davis
Student Council Representative ................ Melvin Winer
Social Committee Representative ............ Mildred Cohen
Activities Representative ............... .......... P hyllis Davis
"I Sing Because I Love to Sing"
Orchestra Ag Voice Ag Student Councilg Hockey '37g Soccer '35g String
Quartet g Rifle Club.
"I Waiilt to Go VVandering"
Student Council: Hall Patrol.
"Character of a Happy Life"
Student Council: Psychology Club: Senior Art Clubg French Clubg Volley-
ball '34g Soccer '35,
Maskers Clubg Class Play.
"Moonlight and Music"
Bowling Clubg Social Representative: Class Playg Volleyball Manager '35g
Volleyball '36g Basketball '36, '37g Soccer '36,
"She Wallis in Beauty"
Psychology Club, Maskers Club, Sigma Iota, Le Cercle Francais: Adjust-
ment Association, Activities Representative, Class Play.
Dorothy De Vincenzo
"Stanzas for Music"
Group A, Male Chorus, Hall Patrol.
"There is a Lady Sweet and Kind"
Swimming '35, '36, '37, Volleyball '35, '36, '37, '38, Basketball '36, '37, '3S'
Mushball '35, '36, '37, '38,
"Best of All"
Sigma Iota, Photography Club, Lunch Patrol, lflall Patrol, -lournal Staff,
National Honor Society.
Bowling Club, Hall Patrol, Volleyball '35, '36, '37, Paddle Tennis '35,
Tennis '35, '36, '37, Soccer '36, Basketball '36, '37, '38, Hockey '37, '38.
"Just Be Glad"
Crochet Club, Bowling Club, Hall Patrol, Volleyball '35, Basketball '36.
"Beauty and Truth"
"The Cheerful MVR-Y"
Secretary in the Medical Room.
Edith Margaret 'Hodginson
Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol, Volleyball '35, '36, '38, Mushball '35, Soccer
'35, Basketball '36, Swimming '35.
"A Musical Instrument"
Orchestra A, Student Council, Library Club, French Club, journal Staff.
Evelyn B. Klein
"Delight in Disorder"
Sigma lota, Biology Club, Bowling Club, Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol, Voice
B, Volleyball '35, '36, '38,
Student Council, Lunch Patrol, Class Play, Volleyball '38, National Honor
l an cc ..
Donald Governor Levenson g
"just Try to Be the Fellow Your Mother Thinks You Are"
'President Home Room, Short Wave Club, Debate Clubg Sigma Iota.
"The Zest ol Life" F
Student Council: Lunch Patrol, Cross Country '36, '37, '3Sg Track '31, '3Sg
Cheer Leader '37, '38,
"A Quiet Life"
Sewing Club, Volleyball '37, '33,
"A-Hunting XVe VVill Go"
Harold Lester Richman
"The Height of the Ridiculous"
Band: History Club: Debate Clubg Student Council, Hall Patrolg Soccer '35.
"By the Sea"
Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol, Gym Team '37, '38
"And Lightly Live the Flowers"
Bowling: Tennis '37g Basketball '36, '37g Volleyball '35, '36, '37, '3Sg Soccer
'35, '36, llockey '37: Mushball '35, '36,
"The Right Must XVin"
Band: Orchestra: Manager Baseball '37: Manager Football '37, Manager
Basketball '36, '37, '38: Trumpet Clubg Brass Quartetteg Lunch Patrol,
"She Was a Phantom of Delight"
'tThe Sphinx Speaks"
Sigma lotag l-'acldle Tennis.
"Laugh and the World Laughs XVith You"
Lunch Patrol: Hall Patrol, Volleyball '35g Bowling Club.
French Club: Hobby Club: Red Cross Club: Paddle Tennis '35g Tennis '36
Volleyball '35, '36g Soccer '373 Basketball '35, '36, '37, Swimming '35, '36
"Age of Wisdom"
National Honor Society.
Biology Clubg Psychology Club: Bowling Club: Sigma Iota, Craft Club,
"The School Girl"
Dramatics Club: Craft Club: Volleyball 137.
i'j'oy of Life"
Library Club: Tennis 137: Volleyball
"I Shall Not Care"
'36: Bowling Club: Hall Committee '36,
German Club: Biology Club: Mechanical Drawing Club: Basketball '37, '3S:
Microscope Club: Student Council.
"Too Late P"
"Belle of the Ball"
Shakespearian Club: Sigma lota: Pcnmanship Club: Psychology Club: I-lall
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S6'7'll0l'-SPZ11llSll word lor Sir
Grmlzmfz'-sloiv but sure
Dlf7l0lIILIL'j'-tllC act of getting' a diploma
Banquet--a character in "Macbeth"
Study Period-a period spent in wishing
Cllllllfl1lIllZl.t which japan is trying to get
Steel Plan!-21 stolen flower
Rain-an excellent excuse to see Robert
Synouyin-a spice used in making syno
I 7 rank-a French coin
Dimxy Darn-:1 crazy college professor
you had nothing to clo
a set of
Taylor for Alice liayej instead ol' going
L one ooloo i
.Miss .7 erris omuz mms
Miss Agnes Kerr - Sponsor
Kind. considerate. Miss Kerr was ready ever
To serve as our most faithful friend:
XVe're sorry now our paths must sever
As our school days come to an end.
PI'CSlClCl1t....... .......... .. ...... . ..... ..... ..........
Vice President .............
Student Council ....................
Foreword Representative ......
Social Representative .........
Activities Representative ......
lfle's a little bit shy
And afraid to speak:
But a wonderful guy,
Week after week.
Hall Patrol: Applied Bookkeeping Club.
john Edward Ambrose '
Add a quiet sense of humor
To a serious-minded chap,
And you'll have an interesting
NVho is liked whatever may hap.
A serious lad is Don,
A good-hearted person, too:
But you know he likes some fun
From his twinkling eyes of blue.
l 4 -.. -an
He's a tooter on a big bassoon,
A vocalist, as wellg
In sports he takes his place with ease
And always rings the bell.
Urchestra A: Band Ag Voice A: All-City Orchestra Xll State OfCilCStl1
Dramatic Class: Football '35, '36, '37: Swimming 36
Diminutive in size, yet in sports quite a mang
He's steady and always does all that he can.
Gym Team '34, '35, '36, '37, 'SSQ Driving Clubg Dramatlcs Class Hall ll mol
Band Ag Intramural Basketball Leaffue.
james Vincent DeFrancisco
Plenty of fun,
That's our Jim,
NVho's never a bore.
A regular he-man is Joe.
In football conquering every 'foeg
'I-lefty" but nice, and a little shy,
You'll turn to look when he passes by.
Football '37g Gymnastics '35, '36. '37: Volleyball 34 3a 36 Tr ick 34
For hobbies Karl's takes the prize,
For an excellent marksman is heg
I-le'll hit the mark, we all surmise.
And a good ballistician will be.
Allderdice Adfustment Association: Stage Crew' blationil llonoi Socutx
In the last row he often snoozes,
Much to his teacher's botherg
If she wakes him up and asks him lo work,
He savs, he'd "really not rawther."
Helen Marie Fowler
A pleasant smile and freckles. too.
Make Helen quite a dear:
You're always glad you've come around
VVhen you find that she is near.
Jayne Ann Goldberg
Full of fun and mischief,
Jayne livens any crowd:
VVith her lively sense of humor
She makes us laugh out loud.
Business Service Guild.
Seldom seen and seldom heard,
VV:-3 know him little-yet
From :those who know we find
For friends he'll never fret.
Full of pep and ginger
Ot an athletic turn of mind-
Our Georgia is a winner,
But she's never been a grind.
Senior Leaders Club: Life Saving: Hockey '36, '37g Volleyball '36. '37, '38g
Tennis '36, '37, '38g llasketball '35, '36, '37, '3Sg Mfushball 336, '38
Laura jane Hamilton
li you're looking for fun and laughter,
You'll get it when l,aura's around.
For she radiates good spirits.
And joy that knows no bound.
French Clubg Hall Patrolg Tennis '35.
lf any odd task needs to be done,
just call for Ray, he's the capable one.
lVith winning charm and pleasant smile,
-lane attracts a crowd in marvelous style.
Business Service Guild: Make-Up Clubg Foreword Reporterg Volleyball '38:
if it's a call for "c:mdid" camera shots,
-lulius will supply your needsg
Hut when the morning alarm rings loud
lts sound he never heeds.
Lunch Patrolg Senior Photography Clubg Class Play.
A better president canlt be found
I-le has guided our class with knowledge profoundg
A musician he is. a sportsman, too,
Whatever he starts he's sure to do.
llome Room Presidenlg Class Play: Band Ag Orchestra Ag Manager
lr. Basketball Team '35g Manager Senior Basketball Team '36, '37g Swim-
ming Team '38
Bc-rnie's a happy-go-lucky chap,
ln activity period he takes a napg
ll you talk of sports. he likes them all,
But his favorite choice is good old football.
Applied Bookkeeping Club: Sigma Iota: intramural Basketball League.
Raedelle Suzanne Levy
Wdhen you are sick and need a nurse,
Raedelle will keep you from getting worse.
For nursing is her chosen work,
And in this field she'll never shirk.
Eleanor Louise Mervis
To her friends she is a pride,
There's not a math she hasnlt triedg
A modern miss, her interests run
From serious work to having fun.
Sigma Iota: Voice A: Class Playg Basketball '37, '38g Volleyball '36, '37, '33
Mushball '36g Tennis '37, '38g Swimming '35g Paddle Tennis '35g Operetta
Pearl's a jewel in more than name
And is enrolled in our "I-lall of Fame."
Morning Bulletin g Business Service Guild 3 l-lall Patrol.
Nellie C. Murphy
Prima donnas are hard to find,
But in our school we have one:
The highest notes she doesn't mind,
As gracefully she trills them.
Voice Ag Make-Up Club.
Kathleen Edith O'Connor
XVhenever some typing you want to have done,
Kathleeifs the one who can do itg
She works from morning till set of sun
And never seems to rue it.
Gay, mischievous Jeanne,
So neat and nobbyg
In music she shines,
And sketching's her hobby.
Leonard Myron Oliver
"Lennie's" an ambitious lad
And musically inclinedg
VVe know he'll make his mark in life
For hard work he doesn't mind.
Clubg Hall Patrolg Swimming '35g Volleyball '38,
Social Represcntativeg Student Council: Journal Staff: Sigma lotag French
Clubg Football Band: lntramural Basketball League.
Mary Catherine Osborn
Quite versatile is this little blonde miss.
Not only in class work excelling.
Burt in music and clubs she does her bit
Witli an air so sweet and impelling.
Journal Staffg Student Councilg Voice Ag Girls'
Efficiency plus is her middle name.
For she renders her services gladlyg
In home room and office she gives her time,
And never does any job badly.
Lunch Patrol g Sigma lota.
Chorale: National l-lonoi
Ot' all of the people we have met
We think lfugenia's quite worthwhileg
She has that smoothness and certain grace
That go to make up "style."
Business Service Gnildg Ornamental Penmanship Clubg Volleyball '35, '36g
Basketball '35, '36g Tennis '35, '36.
VVhen there's something to be managed,
Annetta's the girl you seek:
With some sport or school activity
She's busy from week to week.
Senior Leaders Club: Make-Up Clnbg Swimming '353 Volleyball '35,
'36, '37g Soccer '36, '37g Hockey '37, '3Sg Basketball '36, '37, '3Sg Mushball
'36, '37g 'Manager of 12th Grade Volleyball '38
A little bit dil't'erent in her thought
She thinks that men are not the topsg
But rather she champions WO1'llCI1lS rights,
And for their cause most strenuously fights.
Business Service Guildg Sigma Iota.
If a popular song you'd like to know
Bernice is the one to whom to gog
She'll hum the tuneg the words she'll state,
For with popular songs she's right up to date.
I-lall Patrolg Volleyball '35,
Irma jean Serbin
Sugar and spice
Make lrma quite niceg
An all-around girl,
At managing, a pearl.
Library Club: Physics Clubg l-Iall Patrolg Volleyball '35g Hockey '36g
Hockey Manager '37,
Model railroads built quite well.
Take up .laek's leisure hoursg
This hobby requires inventive skill.
As well as engineering powers.
lli-Y: Activities Representativeg Swimming
Her disposition's mighty sweet,
And her sense of humor's kinda neatg
She can be serious. as friends can tell,
l"erhaps a little forgetful, as well.
Sigma Iota: Business Service Guild: Hall Patrolg Volleyball '36
Y T 77" 83 W' "
He always greets you with cheery smile,
And a pun or joke your wit to beguile,
A swimming champion he'll someday be
For a very ambitious fellow is he.
Hi-Yg Male Chorusg Voice Ag Assistant Swimming Coach 337.
A quiet sort of a girl is she
And friendly when you meet herg
Clever and quick and capable
She doesn't let anyone beat her.
Hall Patrolg Volleyball '34,
Another one for our "Hall of Fame"
Is Sylvia who works with lofty aimg
She's busy typing every clay
And does her work in a winning way.
Morning Bulletin, Business Service Guildg National Honor Society.
Full of fun is our Louise,
She's one the boys do love to tease,
For she takes it all with a flashing smile
And makes others try to copy her style.
Business Service Guild Presidentg Driving Club, Morning Bulletin, Hall
Patrol, Soccer '34g Volleyball '34,
He's always wearing a friendly gring
He's ever happy, ever gayg
He jokes from morning until night,
And his friends like him just this way.
Ruth Lewis Zimmerman
Ruth is a very brilliant lass,
And musical as well,
She's at the top among our class
Because she's simply swell!
Foreword Staff: journal Staff: Debate Club: Microscope Clubg Voice Ag
Grchestra A: String Quartet: String Sextetg All-City Orchestrag Tennis '35g
National Honor Society.
.Miss Barkfeyis ucccuzeers
Miss Florence Barkley - Sponsor
President ...........,.......................................... Doris Bentley
Vice President .................... .......... F ergus Monahan
Secretary ................................. ........... E lsie Aldridge
Foreword Representative ........ ......... V Villiani Kiefer
Social Representative .......... ............ B etty Meyers
Student Council .................. ........ G lorioso S-tanzian
Hall Patrolg Red Cross Clubg Bandg Volleyball '34, '38g Hocke
Doris M. Bentley
German Clubg Sliakespearian Clubg Hall Patrol.
Business Service Guild.
Business Service Guild.
Julia jean Chornyak
Voice Ag Girls' Choraleg Safety Patrolg Gperettag Tennis '37,
Business Service Guild.
Business Service Guild.
Orchestra Ag Basketball '36, '37.
joseph R. Ebner
Mathematics Clubg Track Team '57, '383 Cross Country Team '37, '38
Business Service Guild.
Driving Club: Stage Make-Upg llall Patrolg Lunch Patrolg Swimming '37
Volleyball X383 Mushball '37,
Senior Photo Club: journal Staflg Model Airplane Clubg Gas Model Club
Biology Clubg Lunch Patrol.
Hall Patrolg Orchestra Ag Band Ag Quintet.
Regis Anthony Holleran
Volleyball Team '37.
Hall Patrolg Student Councilg Foreword Reporterg Baseball Team.
Accompanist for Miss Steinerg Library Clubg Journal Stalfg French Club
Lunch Patrolg Physics Clubg Student Council.
Driving Club: Hockey '3Sg Volleyball '36, '37.
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Hall Patrolg Volleyball '3Sg I-lockey '37.
Hall .lf'atrolg Bandg Cross Country '37.
nl ' ii
Mathematics Clubg Hall Patrol.
Social Representative: Activities Represelitttiwc Basl etball 3 36 37
Volleyball '35, '36g Soccer '35, '365 Mushbtll 36 Swllllllllllb 35 36 Life
Student Councilg Hall Patrolg Bandg Cross Country 37
Stage Crewg Pliotograpliy Clubg Microscope Club
Basketball '37: Volleyball '35, '36, 385 Tennis on 36 37 Soccer
Hockey '37g Bowling Club.
Physics Clubg Band Ag
Sigma lotag llasketball
Male Chorusg Group A.
'35g Volleyball '35
.Miss jeuppis ascafs
Miss Leila Rupp - Sponsor
"A perfect Wfoman. nohly planned,
To warn. to comfort, and command."
President .................................................. VVilliam Dickie
Vice President ............... ...... l ilinor Barbrow
Secretary-Treasurer ..... ..... S tanton Frankie
Student Council ............ ..... L ois Goldsmit
Foreword Reporter ......... ......... S ara Broido
Social Representative ........... ..... I Elinor Barbrow
Activities Representative ..........,............... Sara Broido
"His mind is his kingdom, and his will his law."
Ir. Student Council: Sr. Student Council: Mathematics Club: Chess Club:
Driving Club: Hall Patrol: Sigma Iota: Art Club: Foreword Reporter:
"One thing is forever good: that one thing is success."
Sr. Debate Team: Journal Staff: Band B: Physics Club: Class Play Business
Manager: National Honor Society.
"And feel that I am happier than I know."
Chess Club: Mathematics Club: Orchestra A: Chess Team: French Club:
Lunch Patrol: Stage Manager-Class Play.
"Sweeter even than honey and the honey comb."
journal Staff: Sr. Operetta: Social Committee: Psychology Club: Sigma
Iota: Literary Club: Group A A Cappella Choir: Xflfafile and Vlfeaving Club:
Tennis Manager: National Honor Society.
"A man of polite learning and a liberal education."
Swimming Team '36, '37: Stage Crew: Hall Patrol: Class Playg Sigma Iota:
Physics Club: Band li.
"X'X"ell-timed silence so much more eloquent than speech."
Psycliology Club: Urehestra :Xg Nlushball '35, '36.
"He is everything aclvantageous to life."
Foreword Staff: llall Patrol : Business Manager of Class Play, Hobby
Club: Foreword Reporter: Band B.
"A short saying oft contains much 'wisdoinf'
Stage Make-Uip Club: Psyeliology Club: journal Staff: Activities Repre-
sentative, Foreword Reporter: National Honor Society.
"His time is forever: everywhere his place."
Hall Patrol: Band.
"Friend more divine than all divinitiesf'
XfVaffle XVeaving Club: Shakespearian Club: Driving Club: Tennis ,35, '36,
'37g Soccer '36, '37: Volleyball '35, '36, Hall Patrol: Hockey '37,
"Capacity for joy is unbounding within him." '
Football '37: Swimming Team '36: Cross Country '36, '37: Track Team
'37, '38, Capt.: Volleyball '37, l-lall lfatrol. '
"Men of few words are the best men."
Ulfle openeth his mouth with Wfisdom, and the law of kindness
is on his tonguefy
Business Manager, Editor of Foreword: German Club: National Honor
"Mark the perfect man, and behold the upright."
Leaders Club: l-li-Y: A. .'X. A.: Sports Announcer: '33 Class Secretary, Hall
Patrol: National Honor Society.
"A little nonsense now and then
Is relished by the wisest men."
Hi-Y: Hall Patrol 5 Lunch Patrol.
"Pursuit of the perfect. is the pursuit of sweetness and light."
French Club: German Club: Crafts: Student Council Representative: Volley-
ball '35g Hall Patrol.
"All wisdoni's armory this man could wield."
Debate Club: .Iournal Stall: Voice: Rifle Club: Senior Operetta.
W 'W ' B9
"A merry heart doeth good like a medicine."
Shakespearian Clubg Hall Patrolg Lunch Patrolg Band A.
"Endurance is that crowning quality, and patience all the
passion of great hearts."
VVaffle VVeavi11g Clubg Student Councilg Class Playg Tennis '35, '3Sg Volley-
ball '35, '36g Hall Patrolg Mushball '37,
"Good humor only teaches charms to last,
Still makes new conquests and maintains the past."
Class Playg Hall Patrolg Lunch Patrolg Dramatic Club.
"Smooth runs the water where the brook is deep."
Band B5 Foreword Staifg Sigma Iota.
"An honest man, close-button'd to the chin,
Broadcloth without, and a warm heart within."
Class Play: Foreword Staffg Hi-Yg Lunch Patrolg School Reporter of Post
Gazette School Pageg Alternate Sports Announcerg German Clubg Operettag
National Honor Society.
"His smile is sweetened by his gravity."
Foreword Staifg Lunch Patrolg Hi-Yg Survey Club.
"Be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath."
Electric Clubg Cross Countryg Short XVave Club.
"She is Hospitality and Gladnessf'
Knitting Clubg Penmanship Clubg Hall Patrol.
"He is well paid that is well satisfied."
"Gentle of speech, beneficent ol mind."
Shakespearian Clubg Class Play.
William L. Klinkenstein
Hl!VlSClOlll is better than rubiesfl
Editor-in-Chief of Journalg Physics Club.
"Thy 1nodesty's a candle to thy mirth."
French Clubg Hall Patrolg Class Play.
"A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance."
Driving Clubg Microscope Clubg Lunch Patrolg German Club.
"That is gold which is worth gold."
Cooking Club, Sr. l..eaders Club, Basketball '36, '37, Soccer '35, '36, Hockey
'37, '38, Volleyball '36, '37, '38, Tennis '37, Mushball '36, '38, Hall Patrol.
hlflLl1'C friendship's well-feigned blush."
"She has the hearing ear and the seeing eye."
"A tender heart, a will inflexible."
Red Cross Club.
Betty Ann Unger
"Her ways are ways of pleasautness, and all her paths are peace."
'I r. llramaticsg Literary Club, Shakespearian Club, French Club.
"A closed mouth catches no flies."
'fl-ler kindness is wisdom."
Business Service Guild, Volleyball '33, Sigma Iota.
"Though pleased to see the dolphins play, I mind my compass
and my way."
lilall Patrol, Business Service Guild, Volleyball. .
"She is a maid so sweet, so petite, so modest."
Red Cross, Shakespearian Club, Drivers' Club, Mathematics Club, Hall
Rita R. Weisbrode
"A great devotee of the Gospel of Getting On."
Foreword Staff, journal Staff, Business Service Guild, National Honor
Alan B. Williams
"His heart's as far from fraud as heaven from earth."
Boys' Cooking Club, Lunch Patrol, Chemistry Club, Surveying Club.
,Mn Sofas, Saints and Sinners
President .......................................................... Leon Weiss
Vice President .......,....... ....,.. S ylvan Rosenfield
Secretary-T1'easu1'e1' .......... ................ J ohn Casey
Student Council ..................... ............. I acob Shearer
Foreword Representative ....,.. ....... N Varren Satterfield
Social Representative .................. ................. M arie Baur
Activities Representative .......... ........... J iune Levine
Mr. Harry C. Soles
"You'1'e an Education"
"Sweet As a Song"
Social Representativeg Psychology Clubg German Club: Hall Patrolg English
Club - Miss Stuartg Band A3 Lunch Patrol.
"VVhistle VVhile You NVork'l
Soccer Team '35, '363 jr. Basketball '35, '363 Football Team '36, i375 Basket-
ball '36, '37, '3Sg Tennis Team '37, '3Sg Hall Patrolg Microscope Clubg
National Honor Society.
"On the Sentimental Side"
Voice Ag Mushball '36g Volleyball '35, 336, '3S3 Soccer '35, '36,
"Every Day's a Holiday"
Hall Patrolg Junior Basketball '35, '36g Junior Soccer '35, '36g Senior Bas-
ketball '36, '37g Football Manager ,37.
. 92 W .
Hldfith a Smile And a Song"
Voice A: Girls' Chorale: Library Club: Tennis '35, '36: Volleyball '36, '37,
John Casey C
"Casey. john, Riclin' No. 357'
journal Staff: .Hall Patrol: Driving Club.
"l'll Take Romancel'
Volleyball 36: Swimming Team '37.
"Two Tickets To flCUl'fYl?L,i f
's 4 1 1 U 4 -
journal Staff: Senior Llass Play: Aclvertistng Manager for Class Play.
Mary Louise Finnin
journal Staff: Hall Patrolg Hockey 136: Volleyball '38
"You're llere. You're There, You're lIx'erywhere"
Foreword Staff: Stuclent Council: Senior Debate: Sigma lota: Le Cercle
Francais cle Victor Hugo: French Club: Hall Patrol: Tennis: National
"l Feel Like a Feather in the Breeze"
Hall Patrol: Stuclent Council.
"Start the Day XVith a Smile"
Class lllay: flrlall Patrol: Art Club: Student Council.
"Gee But You're Swell"
Hall Patrol: Lunch Patrol: Rifle Club: Orchestra B: Student Council:
Rosella Frances jacobs
"I Can Dream, Can't I?"
"Getting Some Fun Gut of Life"
Vice President of Hi-Y: Biology Club: Current Physics Club: Stage Crew:
Hall Patrol : Micro-scope Club.
"l'll Get By"
Hall Patrol: Lunch Patrol.
"You're Slightly Terrific"
"You Oughta Be In Pictures"
Book Room Club: Class Play: Soccer '34,
"You're A Sweetheart"
Hall Patrol: Sigma Iota: Senior Leaders: Class Playg Basketball '36, '37,
'38g Swimming Team '36, '373 Volleyball '35, '36, '37, '3S3 Class Tennis
Title '35, '36g Mushball '363 Hockey '37, '38,
Hall Patrolg Biology Club.
"Got My Mind on Music"
"Life ls a Song"
Hall Patrolg Golf Team '37, '38
"Something to Sing About"
"Little Man. You've Hacl a Busy Day"
Hall Patrolg German Clubg Lunch Patrol: Current Physics Club.
"Laugh Your Vlfay Through Life"
"You Gotta Be a Football Hero"
Bookkeeping Club: Hall Patrol: Soccer Team '34: Football Team '37.
"The 'Band Played Out of Tune"
Hall Patrol: Photog'rap'hy Club: Lunch Patrolg Band Ag Foreword Repre-
sentativeg German Band.
'Tm Shooting High"
Hall Patrolg Biology Club: Student Councilg Physics Clubg Cross Country
"I Live the Life I Love"
Band Ag Lunch Patrol.
'Tm In a Happy Frame of lVlintl"
Drivers' Club '37.
"Hc'S Tall, He's Tan, He's Terrific"
Physics Clubg Swimming Team '37, '3Sg Gymnastic Team '38
"Double Or Nothing"
Business Service Guild.
"You Have Everything"
I-Iall Patrol: Lunch Patrol: Rifle Club: Make-Up Clubg Senior Class Play.
'Tm Feeling' Like a Million"
Hockey '37, X383 Baseball 'SBQ Yolleyball 'SSQ Mushball 233.
"You're an Education"
Psychology Club: Current Physics Club: Library Clubg Mushball '36:
National Honor Society.
SENIOR READING LIST
Tlzc Darzfrlzrcl Village ,,..., .....,.,.,..... ...........,.........,...,.......,............ r IX llderdice at 3:10
Colm' and Gel Il! .......,........ .. .. .... .... .,.. ..,.......,...........,.........,.....,.., ...... L L 1 1 ich bell
5NfJl'6'lllllllH llrc News .,.... ......., . . .,.. . .,..... Lunch table discussions of Halleck tests
I-Icrovx Ezfcrlv Cllilrl Slloulrl Know .....................,,. Our Champion Basketball Team
In flu' Slmrlorr' of ljlrerlg '......,........... .... ......i...... T I ie graduating Seniors
Om' Mutual Frieizrl ,.............. ...... ,........,,....,...,... ,........ R 4 1 '. Sharp
Lilllv lV0mcn .......... ,. ........' lris Kamin and June Bernard
Don, .lmm ....,.......,..... . .....,.........,...,............. Henbie Barach
rl-la-11 for Ilia' Agar ,... A .,.........,. i.... B ill Klinkenstein
Genius in Beauty ....... ......,....,.... H elen Hoekenberger
Clzilflrcn .............,,...,.,.,..,.,.... ....... All those not yet Seniors
lll6'0SIl7'f' for 1Wea.vurr' ....... ....... ,............... ..........................,................. C 0 0 king Class
Clinrga of tlzc' Liglrl llrigadc ...................,....,...,....,..................................,....., Fire Drill
Tlw l?c'l1u'n of llw lvllllii-'C ..........,. Suuburned Lillian Barris Cback from Floridal
Urea! lI.rf1ccIation.i' ......,,......... ,.....,.........,........,..........,................... B efore the Socials
Tlzc Liglrl Tlmf Failed ,,.... .......... O ur memory on test days
Clone lflfillz flu' llfiml ....... ........ . .. ..,................., Schooldays
Crm! P0.YSCS.S'l'0ll.Y ..... .....r.,... ......,.......................... D ' iplomas
Thr' Crisis ,,...,......,,.............,... ...,..r.. Second Report Period
fIll"s l"l"r?ll Tlml Elzzlx lflfcll .....,,,., ..,.,....i...,..,..,... G raduation
Af' ' 'WWA "" W" W' 95
Kim goreiqn Cgxclzcuzqe
Miss Edna Todd - Sponsor
ll xtremely gentle
T aught us to be good
President .................................................... Philip Permar
Secretary-Treasurer ................................ Betty Murphy
Student Council Representative ...... Sherman Iubelirer
Foreword Reporter ..........,,.................... VVilliam Leitzcll
Social Representative ................. ....... l luth Holbrook
Activities Representative.. .......... Stanley Ungar
I zzyis very quiet
A dept at baseball
Hall Patrol: lntramnral Basketball '36: Mushball '36g Baseball '37
A bunch of mischief
B lushes brightly
S naps candid photos
B orrows school time for sleep
Senior Photography Clubg Driving Clubg Swimming team ,37, '38,
"B abs" is crazy about the
B ig Apple
HB unny" runs errands
B est way to keep that schoolgirl figure
Volleyball '35, '36, '37, '3Sg Hall Patrol. . '
Elsie Mae Breakwell
E veryone calls her "Dodc,lie"
B eautiful smile
Foreword Representative: Psyeliology Club: Cooking Club.
Betty Jeanne Dean
B oys, look this way
D eliglitiul is Betty
Real Cross Club: Driving Club.
A ruddy complexion
D ubbecl "Little Audrey"
Hall Patrol: Lunch Patrol: Football '37: Intramural Basketball '36, '37.
M' akes scarcely a sound '
D reams about being' a nurse
Biology Club: Volleyball '35.
I S always chewing' gum
Fl nviecl for his curls
Basketball '3-'lg Track '33, '34, '35, '36.
M akes a striking picture
F ollowed by admirers 1 l
Hall 'Patrolg Lunch Patrol: Sigma Iota: Art Club? Science Club: Driving
R aces about eonfuseclly
H ates ber nickname "Goofy" -
Class Play: Senior Social Representative: Hall Patrol: Voice A: Girls'
Choral : Senior 'Lcaclerg Volleyball '37, '3S: Hockey '37: Tennis '36.
A lways sweet
-I ust loves to knit
Sigma Iota Club.
B asketball star
'I oins in all the fun
Green Key: Stage Crew: Basketball '34, '35, '36, '37, '38
-M N H 7?' " '7'Y 97
S tudies are his line
'lj' ube" will be a business executive
Allderdiee Adjustment Associationg Student Councilg Bandg Physics Clubg
French Clubg Shakespearian Clubg Literary Clubg Swimming Team '3S:
National Honor Society.
S ports are his hobby
K eeps the basketball team at the top
Basketball '35, '36. '37, '3S3 Football '35, '36, '37g Tennis '36, '37g National
P lays chess
"K ute little fellow
Bandg Chess Clubg Senior Applied Bookkeeping Club.
E very day she is late
K eeps in trim by truckin'
Sigma Iotag Shakespear-ian Club: jr. Dramatic Club.
P eg to her friends
K eeps plugging away at math
French Club: Basketball '353 Volleyball '36, '37, '38g Mushball '35, '361
Soccer '35g Hockey '37,
H e's mighty tall
K nows his stuff
Class Playg Band Ag Dramatic Clubg National Honor Society.
E asy-going fellow
K nown as "Cookie"
In'tram'ural Basketball '36g Intramural lVlushball '36g Junior Basketball
VV ants to be a chemical engineer
L ikes to be alone
Green Keyg Hi-Yg Gym Team '34, '35, '37g Football '37: National Honor
M akes a name for herself in sports
L eads a busy life
Class Play: Senior Debate Club: Senior Leaders Clubg Literary Club: Red
Crossg Soccer '34. '35g Hockey '36, '37g Basketball '34, '35, '36, '37g Volley-
ball '36, '37g Mushball.
I eannie with the dark brown hair
L ikes good fun whether here or there
History Movie Club: Marionette Club: Girl Reserves Clubg Life Saving
Clubg Volleyball '36, '37, '3Sg Swimming' '36,
,li ntertains the class
M akes funny faces
Biology Club: lianrl A: lntranlural ljztslqctball '35: 'Intramural Mushball '34
F rowns upon homework
M akes lovely things from wood
lntramural Mushball, '34: lntramural Basketball '35,
R cscrvccl in manner
M ay be a naval officer
Radio Club: lflectric Shop Club: Driving Club.
B risk, beautiful biologist
M erry Murl also makes music
lournal Staff: Senior Learlers Club: German Club: Psychology Club
Archery Club: T-lianscl and liretel Opera: Soccer: Hockey: Tennis: Volley-
ball: National Honor Society.
A lways on the jump
N ever worries
Microscope Club: Intramural Musbball '34: lntramural Basketball '35.
M akes the air ring with his voice
lf' lans to work lor a moving' picture Company
P hotography is his hobby
P crsonality is magnetic
Vice President of Senior Class: lioreworcl Staff: Journal Staff: A. A. A.
Green Key: Radio Club: Senior Pliotograpliy Club: National Honor Society
A ppetite is terrific
R cticent in nature
Intramural Mushball '35,
B est kincl of a friencl
R eacls most of the time
Psychology Club: Yolleyball '35, '36, '37. '3S: Mushball '35, '36: Natioua
S o very friendly
l" laying is his ambition
S pencls his free time at lSaly's
E asily recognized by braid
S wims very well
Art Clubg Swimming '34, '35g Volleyball ,355 Musliball '3
M akes many witty reniarks
S ophisticated lady
Voice A1 Psychology Clubg Tennis '35, '36, '37, 1385 Vfollexb lll 35 35 37
'SS3 Mushball '35.
"S hep" has lots of friends
U ses his noodle
ournal Staff' Activities Re :resentativeg r. liasketliall 'Xlanvfel fennis
Y l s
'38g Intramural Mushball.
M ile a minute runner
VV ill usually be found reading
Physics Clubg Sigma Iotag Cross Country Team '37g K olf le'nn 31 38
Track Team '3Sg Hall Patrolg Lunch Patrol.
M akes a good secretary
VV illowy and sweet
Student Councilg Business Service Guildg Hall Patrol.
M ike does wonders with electricity
XV ill surely go far
Chess Clulig Intramural Mushlmallg Sigma Iota.
OF ALL THINGS!
llfllllldllif 'ii lm fllllllj' if -
Dave Brinn couldn't play basketball?
I-Iillard Kreiiner were sho1't?
Betty Moorehead were a brunette?
Howard Barr didn't wear loud socks?
Paul Guinther were bashful?
Joe Ross didn't like to sleep?
Marian Glick didn't giggle?
Betty .lane Goldstein ever had a hair out of
Norma Squitieri came to class unprepared?
Rosella Bass did11't have poise?
Xvilliani Roe were puny?
"Chuck" Durning never made puns?
David Lefton were quick?
"Don" Levenson didn't like to argue?
r. gifzpafrickl gifien y gofks.
Mr. joseph C. Fitzpatrick - Sponsor
Mr. Fitzpatrick-Indicious in everything'
Conipanionable with his 12 A's
Friendl with evervone.
President .................................................... Herbert Harris
Vice President ................................, Betty .lane Goldstein
Secretary-Treasurer .........,.......................... Emily Jacobs
Student Council Representative ................ Donald King
Foreword .Representative .................. ......... l ,ouise Kirk
Social Representative .............. .. ......... Roslyn Smith
Activities Representative ......,.. ...... l Qoslyn Smith
li agerly enthusiastic
A lways audacious
N eatness magnified
R adiance glorified
A llure personified
Hall Patrolg Volleyball '35, '36,
M odesty to her acclaim
A ttractive, always just the same
Hall Patrolg Senior Art Clubg Class .Playg National Honor Society
l - - 1.
Howard jack Barr
H earty in manner
,I ovial in mood
B lue in eye
German Club: Sigma lotag iiyni Tr-am Manager '35g Swinuning Tezun '35g
junior Basketball Manager '36.
Rosella C. Bass
R espected for a-bility
C alm under stress
B londe and dainty
Art Club: Allderdice Adjustment Associationg Hall Patrolg Foreword Staff
journal Stallg Student Court judge: Marionette Clubg Lunch l-'atrol
National Honor Society.
Werner S. Block
XV istlul looking
S erious minded
B ashful ways
Chess Clubg Psychology Club.
G uns are his hobby
B ut he lilies planes, too.
' -I oyful young blonde
M arriageable? Quite
C ute as can be.
:X rtistic pliotographer
C audicl as his camera
F un loving fellow
.-Xstronomy Clubg Pliotograpliy Club: Hall Patrolg Cheer Leaclerg Soccer '36
.I olly joe
G reets us with a smile
Lunch Patrolg Student Councilg Cheerleaderg Volleyball '36, '37.
H elpful Helen's
C arefree air
G ets our vote
Book Room Clubg Sigma lotag Hall Patrolg Soccer '35g Volleyball '35, '36
Betty jane Goldstein
B eautiful always
-I aunty, quite
Class Playg Senior Art Clubg Volleyball ,36.
E nergetic "doer"
G arrulous talker
J' nst one swell boy
Foreword Staflg journal Staflg Checker Club
A miable athlete
l-l, igli-juinping' lan
Orchestra A: Cross Country Team.
A viator at heart
'VV illing to try
"H eclcyu to his friends
F riendly manner
XV orthy ideals
ll ates ehiselers
Senior Photograpliy Club.
A lert always
bl olly joker
"I-l appyw Howell
Lunch Patrolg Hall Patrol.
li nergetic worker
N ever a Slacker
ul ovial companion
Literary Clubg Debate Clubg Hall Pat ol ouin il bt lf
A rtistic fellow
'L ikes "little" girls
K ids everyone
Art Clubg Orchestra A.
D uclcy Donald
F ollows baseball
K eeps out ol trouble
I-Ii-YQ Student Council Representativc Oichestm ZX
L ikes swing
"W eejie's" her nickname
K ind to all
Senior Class Play: l7oreworcl Reprcscntttlve Clichestm A Lrtm Club
E ver ready
R olliclcing humor
K iclcs seldom
Hall Patrolg Lunch Patrolg Foreword licpiebentatiwe Red Cross
L ovely lady
M ischievous maid
K indest ever
"R ufusu to her pals
C ongenial companion
'L ikes ties
Patrol: Make-Up Clubg Volleyball fcun 31 Opelclla
Marionette Clubg Volleyball '35, '363 Soccer 36 llall l t l Upcxttti
Sigmund Lenchner 4
S lightly serious
L ikes lipstick
Microscope Club: Debate Clubg Class Pl ly
M icroscopes 'fascinate him
L ikcs to take pictures
Short XN'ave Club: Microscope Clubg Photo rlphv Club
R eady forever to help
M erry wherever she goes
L oquacious person is Rose
Typewriting Clubg Driving Clubg Vollub all 35 Swunnnn 36 Hocl ey 37
M ysterious person
C lear tenor voice
M inds his own business
Group Ag Male Voice Croupg Hall Patiol
B ashful but likeable lady
M erry and cute for all
Business Service Guild.
ll nergetic person
M atheinatics lover
Type Clubg Library Clubg Lunch Pati ol Mtthcm l.tlCS Club Kmttinb Club
J ovial, jolly person
M oving picture fan
Hall Patrol g Operetta.
T iny little thing
M any call her "Pepper,'
Hockey Teamg Volleyball Team '35, S
I olly to know
L ovely to look at
M ost awfully attractive
' Foreword Staffg journal Staffg Operetta
B ewitcliing belle
K arrot topped
M cCartliy fan
Driving Classg XN"affle XVeaving Clubg Hall Patrolg Operetta.
A miable smiles
S ensible bead
I-Iall Patrol' Si-"ina Iota' Soccer '34g Volleyball '38.
3 .5 I
julian R. Silverman
,I eweler, maybe someday
R eally very efficient
S erious both at work and at play
journal Staflg Orchestra Ag Hall Patrolg German Clubg Sigma Iota
R onny's very active
I5 ubbling over ever
S cintillatinv' lady
Make-Up: Science Club: Voice .-X: Sigma lotag Debate Club: Soci il Com
mitteeg Activities Representativeg Hockey '36g Tennis '36, I37, '3Sg X olley
ball '36, ,38g Operetta.
C rosby fan is Cor1'ie
A lways tunes in Bing
eems to make liim sleepy
SENIOR SILVER SCREEN
You're Only Young Oncef ',.,.....,.,.... ...................,..,.,.,.. O ur motto
"livery .I'Jay's a Holiday" ,.....
"Invisible Menace" ..........
"Dangcrousl5' Yours" ,... I
"A Star Is Horn" ......, .
"Call It a Day" ...,..., .
"Swing Your Lafly".,..
"Seventh Heaven". ..,,... ..
..,...For too many Seniors
.,...,..Class Play Night
...,...At the Socials
The Awful 'l'rutli" ....... ,.,....... ,4....,. .,.,.,.,...........,....,., I 1 e port Cards
Something' to Sing About" .I,.,....., City liasketball Cliampionshi-p
Mad About Music" ...,......,. ...4..........,....,.,..,, S ylvan Rosenfield
"Dancing Lady" 4,,........
"l0O Men and a Girl" .,... ..
Marisse Forbes and ber admirers
"The Perfect Specimen" ....,.... .....,.. A ..........,,...,.......,,.,. C arl Blyth
'IA Girl W'itI1 Ideas".., ..,.....,,.r.,.,.. ...........,............,. D lane Miller
"You Can't 'Fake It XVitl1 You" ...... ....... I -nncliroom Silverware
' 105 e
.Miss Qoffardis .Qarfinqs
Miss Marie Dollard - Sponsor
She's just o11e splendid person,
A real "trouper", too,
For six long years her guidance
Has helped us as we grew:
W'henever we were troubled,
Miss Dollard was on hand,
No wonder all her "darlings"
Think that sl1e's simply grand!
President ........................................................ joseph Ross
Vice President ................. ....... ' l-Ielen HockenlJe1ge1
Secretary-Treasurer .......... ................ M ary Ntlfah
Foreword Representative ........ ........... E clwaid Burton
Activities Representative .................... Paul Fratangclo
Student Council Representative .................. C111 Blyth
Social Representative .................... ........ lV lyia Roth
A student, a singer, quiet, modest, and shy,
Her friendship's 'worth winning, we know, just you try
Bob's sense of humor is sublime,
He keeps us laughing all the time.
Light-hearted Herb is full of vim,
For nothing ever bothers him.
'Dramatic Clubg Hall Patrolg Band.
'l'o our president our allegiance we assign,
For Carl just typifies all that is fine.
Senior Class llresidentz l"resident. Senior Student Couneilg Executive Coni-
mittee: Senior Leadersg Green Keyg Football '36, '37g Baseball '371 Volley-
When you're rich and retired at twenty-one,
Please, liddie, tell us how it's done.
Foreword Reporterg Male Chorus: Voice LX: Green Keyg Baseball Teain
Week-end assiguinents are Betty's pet peeveg
She'd rather strain her blue eyes sewing in a sleeve.
lle's a baseball fiend. he's a baseball lan,
On the baseball field he's a mighty man.
His eyes are sparkling. his lace is aglow,
,lle's 'Calling' on his radio.
1-le has that charm you ean't evade.
Depend on Joe to make the grade!
Orchestra: Randi Woodwind Quintet: Debate Clubg Foreword Reporterg
.lack is a boy who has noffoes,
'Cause he's a sport from head to toes.
Track Squad '37 .
Gay or serious. shy or bold,
We don't care 'cause he's good as gold
This gay eoquetie who always talks
Malces quite a charming chatterbox.
Make-Up Clubg Sigma lotag Hall Patrol: F-hakespearian Clubg Volleyball
'3Sg Basketball '36g Soccer '37,
A heart as glowing' as her smile,
A real friend and one worthwhile.
,lack's easy-going, gay and free,
And what a personality!
Hall Patrolg Mathematics Club: Cooking Club.
With pep and vim and vigor, too,
This sprightly miss just can't be blue.
Gay or serious, she bears no grudge,
Collecting's the hobby of our dear friend "Pudge".
Journal Staffg A. A. A.g Art Clubg I-lockey '37g Volleyball '37g Life Saving
'37g Tennis '36, '37g National l-lonor Society.
Good-looking liddie-'s lonrl of having fun:
l-le likes to joke, and how he loves to pun!
Current Physics Club.
"Connie" is just chock lull of lun,
That's Why she's liked by everyone.
Volleyballg Art Clubg Make-Up Clubg Hall Patrol.
Mary C. Lyden
She's hitched her 'wagon to a star,
This girl who's sure to get quite lar.
XVatch out for "Bet", whose inaimer gay
ls sure to steal your heart away.
Girl Reserves Club.
Old Fate many gifts on this one did bestow,
A sports girl, a dancer, and a good contralto.
Voice Ag Drivers' Clubg Leaders' Clubg City Doubles Tennis Championship
'37g Basketball '36, '37g Volleyball '37, '38g Hockey '37g Mushball '36g
Tennis '36, '37, '3Sg Tennis Manager '37.
Big-hearted, jolly, quite alive,
The Tyrone Power of 425.
Microscope Clubg Biology Clubg .lfrench Club.
Wlith golden curls and eyes so bright,
Eileen's a "Phantom of Delight."
Hall Patrolg Voice Ag Girls' Chorale.
Small wonder our Rose keeps cxclanmng "Ch fish !"
She puts them to shame for swi1nming's her dish.
Senior Leaders' Club: Soccer '34, '35g Hockey '36, '37g Basketball '35, '36,
'37g Mushball '35, '36, '38g Swimming Team '35, '36,
A lively fellow, never glum,
Bill's sure to make things hum.
"Flo" has that strange appeal that makes you sigh,
This graceful bloncle is 'sure to catch your eye. ,
Lunch Monitorg Volleyball '35, '37, '38, Soccer '35, Basketball '36, Hockey
ln sports and art work, "Sporty" does excel,
NV'e rate her tops because she is so swell. -
Hall Patrol, Senior Art Clubg Make-Up Clubg Senior Leaders' Club, Life-
Saving Manager, Basketball '36, '37, Volleyball '38, Tennis '37, '38,
The vivicl beauty of this clark-eyecl lass
Makes Tulia a joy to any class.
Her qualities are those We most admire.
For she has everything one eoulcl desire.
Art Club, Hall Patrol, Volleyball '35, '36, '37, '38, Basketball '36, '37g Mush-
ball '37, I-loekey '36.
Margaret Pflaum i
Her splendor grows, it never stays the same,
For Marge is like an ever-spreac,ling flame.
Marionette Club, Tennis '35, '36, '37, Volleyball '37, '3S.
XVith such a very winning smile,
fl'le's sure to make his life worthwhile.
I-le's six feet tall with wavy hair,
l-lroacl-shoulclerecl Bill's got something there!
Hi-'1 3 Hall 1- atrolg Football Team.
Among' the boys she causes strife,
Because Diana's full of life.
Foreworcl Stall: journal Staffg Class Play: Sigma lotag Psychology Clubg
Le Cercle Francais: Shakespearian Club, Masquersg French Club, Junior
Dramatic Club, National Honor Society.
Although he may be much too fond of sleep.
.l'oe's Wisdom and his intellect are cleep.
I-Pobby Club, Sigma .lotag String Quartet, Orchestra Ag String Ensemble.
Bewitehing dimples, lots of pep,
Anal lVlyra's never out of step.
llall Patrol: Social Chairman, Volleyball '34, '35, '363 Tennis '35, '36,
Blue-eyed. petite. and riding' high,
A pretty social butterfly.
Sigma Iotag Make-Up Club: Shakespearian Clubg Hall Patrol.
A suave and easy-going air
Mark handsome Mel so clebonair.
Voice Ag Male Chorusg Hall Patrolg Gym Team.
A claintier miss we're never seen
, , . ,.
I han slender. golden-vozeecl lmleen.
Voice A: Girls' Chorale: Psycliology Club: Volleyball '36, '37: Soccer '35
Mushball '35, '36.
She walks in beauty like a queen.
Wfith poise and grace and eyes serene,
Hall Patrol '37g Special Art Club.
This husky athlete seeks his lame
In track and pool and football game.
Soccer '34, '35g jr. Basketball '33g .I r. Track '34, '35g Senior Track '36, '37
'3Sg Football '36, '37.
Green and white.
Our banner's floating.
Hope and purity
Pure in purpose.
Pure in toiling.
For the outcome
As we go on
May our flag'
Be lowered never.
Hope and purity
Be ours forever.
Mr. jerfzlzardis gfeari-Ckrohs
Mr. Charles W. Bernhard - Sponsor
"'l'hanlcs for the Memories"
President .. ........................ . ........... ......... ,......
Vice President ..........
Student Council ............
Foreword 'Reporter . ........ ......... ..... I -l arry Cotton
Social Representative . ....... .... F lcanor Garfinkel
Activitics Representative ..... ........ l larry Cotton
"Witl1 a Smile and a Song"'
lyCI'111lPlllSlll1'l Clubg Volleyball '3Sg Tennis '35.
"Youre the Tops"
Ir. Basketball '35: Sr. Basketball '36, '37, '38,
"Go South. Young' Man"
"It's Easier Said Than Done"
Activities Representative: Foreword Reporter: President of Math Club
President of Chess Teamg Lunch Patrolg l-Tall Patrol: Track Manaofer 37
Cross Country Manager '36, '37,
FM' -- 111
Esther Danilovich A
"I W"anna Make Rl1ytlim"
Senior Leaders '3S: Volleyball '36, '37, '38: Basketball '36, '37: Soccer '35
'36, Hockey '37: Musliball '35, '36, '37: Tennis '37.
"l'n1 in My Glory"
Voice Ag Class Play: Foreword Reporter '37,
Irene Patricia Downey
"More Power to You"
Driving Club: Hall Patrol: Hockey '36.
"Don't Ever Change"
Secretary of Report Class: Business Service Guild: Volleyball '35,
"Sweet Varsity Sue"
Sigma Iota Club.
Eleanor DeVera Garfinkel
Student Council: Social Representative: Class Play: Basketball '37, Volley-
ball '35, '36: National Honor Society. .
john M. Gerecter "
"I've Got My Lore to Keep Me XV'3.l'1ll"
Student Council: Hall Patrol: Badminton Club '36, '37: Tennis Team '36
'37, '38: Swimming Team '37, '38
Hortense Sarina Goldberg
"You Appeal to Me"
Swimming '34: Basketball '38: Volleyball '38: Tennis '34g Musliball '35
"A Little Bit Independent"
Foreword Reporter: Hall Patrol: Basketball Team '35: Tennis '37, '3S.
"I'm Feelin' Like a Million"
Secretary of Report Class '35,
john F. Hailstones
"Getting Some Fun Out of Life"
Voice A: Male Chorus: Library Club: Lunch Patrol: Gym Team '35.
Harriet B. Harris
"It's just the Gypsy in My Soul"
lournal Staff: President, Senior Leaders: Door Patrol: Life Saving:
Hockey '37, '3S: Basketball '36, '37, '3S: Volleyball '35, '36, '37, '3S: Soccer
'35, '36, '37, '38, Mlushball '35, '36: Tennis '36, '37: National Honor Society
George R. Hill
"Here Comes the Sandman"
Track Teamg Football '36, '37g Boxing '36, '37: Skiing '36, '37.
"You're Here, You're There, You're Everywhere"
"Always and .fXlways"
Hook Room: Tennis Team '37, '3S: National Honor Society.
Thomas Milton jones
"l'lz1ve You Mel Nlr. Jones?"
Volleyball 'SSL Luueb lT'Il.f1'lJl '36. '37, '33
"Let Me Day lvl'CIl.1ll"
Seeretriry-'l'rezisurer '37: lflall Patrol '37: Svviiuining '36: Boys' Leaders.
"You llave livervtliingf'
Girls' Rifle Club '36:'l9l:1ll Patrol '36: Girl Reserves '35: Volleyball '35, '36
Kathryn Louise Kuhns
llall l':1l1'ol 38: liirl Reserves '35: Volleyball '35: Basketball '35.
Type Club: llall Patrol: llaslcetball '36: Volleyball '35, '36, '37, '3S: Hockey
"lVl'o:miu' in tbe Moruin' "
Driving' Club: Penuizuisliip Club: Current lfveuts Club: Tennis '37: Volley
ball '3S: Art Club: Basketball '38,
"Got my Mind on Music"
"You're Il Sweetheart"
Business Service Guild.
Dolores Margaret McKee
Craft Club: llzill llzilrol: Bzisketball '36, '37, '38: Hockey '37, '3S: Musliba
'36, '33: Volleyball '36, '37, '38,
Foreword Staff: journal Staff: Business Service Guild.
"Now. XYill You be flood?"
Betty R. Ritenbaugh
Ulilaelc-eyerl Suzan Brown"
"Laugh Your XYay 'l'liroug'l1 Life"
Cooking' Clubg Hail li'al'rolg .llaslcetball '35, '30, '57, '383 Soccer '35, '36g
Track Team '35,
"Lost iu the Shuffle"
Radio Clubg Short NVave Club.
"Gee, But You're Swell"
President c1f,l1'. Stucleut Couueilg .X Banrlg Microscope Club: Senior Slurleut
Couueilg Library Club.
Eileen Margaret Stack
"Sweet as a Song"
Reel Cross Clubg Door l'atrolg Hall l'z1trol 1 Hoelcey '38g Volleyball '33,
Elizabeth Mary Sullivan
"When Irish Eyes Are Smiliu' "
Hall Patrolg Volleyball '38
"You've Got to be a Baseball Hero"
Baseball '37, ,38Q Current Physics Clubg Stamp Club.
Ben Louis Wechsler
Foreword Representative: :'Xviatiou Club: Physics Club: Baseball '38,
656 gh arioufs glfackefeen
Mr. R. J. Hackett - Sponsor
"Your bounty is beyond our speaking
But though our mouths be dumb, our
hearts shall thank you."
President ...........................,.....,............ Sylvia Greenberg
Vice President ............... .............. I anet Kinley
Secretary-Treasu1'e1' ........ ......... B ernice Grotstein
Student Council .,......... ....... I Cennetli Obringer
Foreword Reporter ............. ............. E leanor Vtfise
Social Representative ............ ........ X Villiam Hood
Activities Representative ........... ...... D orothy Casey
"Beautiful in feature, lovely as a day."
journal Staffg Activities 'Representative '37, '3S3 Hall Patrol ,383 Soccer '35
Driving Club ,37, '3S.
"As merry as the day is long."
Girl Reserves '373 Volleyball '36, '37, '38
"Good humor teaches charm to last."
Betty jane DeVore
"She adds ll precious seeing .to the eye."
Hall Patrol '36, '38g Volleyball '38
"Her air, her manners all who saw admired."
"A rose with all its sweetest leaves yet folded."
German Club: Hobby Club: Sewing Club: Astronomy Club: .lewelry Clubg
"The mildest manner and the gentlest heart."
Volleyball '34, '35: Drivers' Club '3S: Mushball '35,
"The dimple in thy chin contains beauty in its round."
Hall Patrol '36, '37g Volleyball '36,
"Rich in good works."
Hall Patrol '37, '38: Lunch Patrol '3S: Stage Crew '37, '3Sg Swimming
"For to admire and the world to behold."
Sigma Iota: Hall Patrol: Soccer '37: Hockey '37: Senior Leaders '37, '3S:
Mushball '36, '37g Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37, '38: Tennis '36.
"Charms and the girl I sing, to wi:t-a superior person."
Home Room President '37. '3S: Hall Patrol '37, '3S: lvlushball '35, '36:
Volleyball '36, '37, '3S: Biology Club '36, '37: National Honor Society.
"He who hath knowledge spareth his words."
Golf Team: Hall Patrol.
"Beautiful in form and feature."
Class Play '3S: Voice A '35, '36, '37, '3S: Girls Chorale '36, '37, '3S: Opera
'36: Secretary of Home Room '3S: Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37, '3S: llflushball
'34, '35, '36, '37: .Psychology Club '37: National Honor Society.
"A pleasing countenance is of advantage."
Rifle Club: Lunch Patrol: Male Chorus: Yoice LX: Chess Club: Stamp Club.
"The world knows nothing of its greatest men."
Social Representative '37, '3S: Stage Crew '36, '37.
"To hear her speak and sweetly smile.
You were in Paradise the while."
Driving Club: Hall Patrol: English Club: Tennis '37: Basketball '37, '3S:
Volleyball '35, '36, '37g Mushball '36: Hockey '36: Soccer '35, '36,
"He whom truth and wisdom leads."
Track '3S: Stage Crew '37 .
"Sincere and of good cheer."
Hall Patrol '3S: Stage Crew '37, '38,
Robert Hunter A
"The splendor of Silence-of snow jeweled hills and of ICC."
"You have given us a taste of your quality."
Urnzunental l'en1nanship Club.
Dorothy Kane Q
"Grace was in all her steps, heaven in her eye."
.lUlll'llZll Staff: Xiolleylmll '35, '36g Mushball '35, '36g Knitting Clubg Biology
"A pleasing countenance is a silent comnienclationf'
janet Kinley I '
"l'lL'1lVCl'l'S lust best gift."
' Mtn of few words are the best men."
'DX friend more divine, than all divinitiesf'
Band: lli-YQ Gym Team '36, '37.
Kenneth Obringer -
"l:l'Ulll the crown of his head to the sole of his foot, he is all111irth."
Student Council: Ilall Patrolg Foreword Reporter.
" 'Tis well to be honest and true."
llall l'atrolg fJl'll2llllC11f2ll Pelimansliip Clubg Basketball '35, '36, '37g Volley-
ball '35, '30, '37, '383 Mushball '38g Hockey '37: Soccer '35, '36g Swimming
'35, '30, 'licnnis '30, '37, '38,
"His own cllaracler is the arbiter of every one's fortune."
Asst. Trzlck 'l't-:nn Mgr.: Stage Crew '36,
"lVlirror of all courtesy."
"Studions of ease and fond of humble thin0's."
"A joy forever."
"ln every gesture dignity and love."
Volleyball '35, '30, '38,
"Stn-ws gladness on the paths of men."
Sigma Iota, Foreword Reporterg Hall Patrolg Track '37.
Donald Snyder ,
"Sweet .food of sweetly uttered knowledge."
"A dish fit for the gods."
john L. Sullivan
"A fighting youth, and gay in manner."
Book Room Club: Hall Patrol.
"Friendly sweet, and always gay."
Drivers' Qlubg l32lriliC'lll2lll '35, ,36, '37g Volleyball '37, '38, Nluslibull '38
" 'Tis well to be nierry and wise."
Crafts Club, Library Club, Girl Rcseiwcsg I-Iockey '37, '3Sg Soccer '35, '36
Volleyball '36, '37, '38, Swimming Team '35, '36g Life Saving Club '37, '38
Musliball '35, '36, '37, X383 Basketball '36, '37, '38
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Dr. S. I. Hsiung's
.gnupg frecious Sfream
THE GRADUATING CLASS OF JUNE, 1938
IN THE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
MAY 18 AND 19
Production directed by Miss Dorothy Zeigler
Cln order of appearanceb
Honorable Reader .....,.,............................................................................,..... Diana Rosenberg
Property Men .,...................... Bob Daley. Martin Kramer. Hillard Kreimer, Joseph Votilla
His Excellency Wang Yung ....,.........,............................. Herman Denmark, David Lefton
Madam Yung. ............................................. . .....................,... Eleanor Garfinkel, Mildred Linden
Maids to Madam ................ Miriam Avner, Phyllis Davis, Janet Green, Marian Glick,
Golden Stream ......
Silver Stream ........
Precious Stream ......
Her Maid ........,...,..
Janet Landay, Eleanor Mervis, Myra Roth
.........Paul Guinther, Sylvan Rosenfield
. ..,......... Ruth Holbrook. Ruth VVasser
. ..............................,. Betty Jane Goldstein
......Bernice Grotstein, Sara Belle Smith
Kamin, Anna Kukic
Hsech Ping-Kuei .... ..,............................... S igmund Lenchner, Matthew Marshall
Suitors ..........,......,..............,............... Harold Davis. Herman Denmark, Richard Eiseman,
David Lefton, Sigmund Lenchner, Theodore Rossen
Princess of the Western Regions ............................ ............ L ouise Kirk, Louette Packard
Ma Ta ............................,...........,........................ ...... ....,............,............ H i llard Kreimer
Kiang Hai . ............... .
Maids to Princess .......
......Mildred Cohen. Marian Glick, Lois Golrlsmit, Margaret
Pflaum, Martha Strassburger, Eleanor Wise
General Mu .................................... ........................................................... H arold Davis
Executioner ,...........,..,..................,..... ........ B en Goodman
The Minister of Foreign Affairs ..... ........,.......................... B ob Daley
Wild Goose .......,..........,..................... ........ M iriam Avner, Janet Green
Soldiers ......... 4 ....... .
Attendant No. 1 ......
Attendant No. 2 .....
Paul Guinther, Joe Votilla
.. .Julius Jacobson
Orchestra ......................................................................................... ........ M iss Laura E. Zeigler
Scenery Design and Costume .... .............. M r. Fitzpatrick
Scenery Building ........................ ....... M r. Gautsch
Headdresses and Costume ...... .... M iss Dollard
Lighting ...,............................ ................... ......... M r . Krotzer
Activities Director ..... ................... ....................... M r 1 Koruna
Business Manager ..... ........ K arl Adler, Chester Bernstein
Bookholders ........... ..... L ois Goldsmit, Eleanor Mervis
Properties .................. ................................ J erry Bachrach
Wardrobe Mistress ..... ..,................................... M ary Naffah
Make-up ..,.........,...... .....,. .......... . . . ,............... ......,,.............................. M ake-up Club
Publicity ........... ................................... .,........................ R i chard Eiseman, David Lefton
Stage Crew .....,...
Howard Boyd, Karl Eagle, David Harris, George Hosko,
jerry Konigsberg, Charles Mycoff, Maurice Shapiro
Advertising CPostersJ ...... ....... .... .............................................................. M i s s Dcllard
BOOK ROOM CLUB
Senior Staff Members
Rosella Bass Dorothy Ornitz
Rose Feldman Elaine Ostlund
Judith Friedberg Philip Permar
Miriam Goldstein Stanley Rosecrans
Paul Guinther Diana Rosenberg
Herbert Harris Rita Weisbrode
Barbara Kramer Ruth Zimmerman
BUSINESS SERVICE GUILD
JUNIOR AND SENIOR STUDENT
LATIN DRILL CLUB
Secretary-De Vera Syna
BOYS' COOKING CLUB
APPLIED BOOKKEEPING CLUB
JUNIOR PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB
FIRST PERIOD SECOND PERIOD
THIRD PERIOD FOURTH PERIOD
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