19 3 011
O A ld H' h S h ll O
3 THU lg C 00 3
O 3 O
Arnold High Sdlwoll
The Greed Of Afrnold High School
BELIEVE IN ARNOLD HIGH SCHOOL AS A MEDIUM
FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE 'YOUTH OF THIS
TOWN. I BELIEVE MT SCHOOL TO BE THE POWLIR
THAT UPHOLDS THE MORAL AND SPIRITUAL IDEALS
OF 'YOUTH THAT FOSTERS RESPONSIBILITY, AND
THAT BRINGS TOGETHER THE FACTORS THAT
MAKE FOR BETTER CITIZENS. I BELIEVE, THERE-
FORE, THAT IT IS MY DUTY TO MAINTAIN ITS
STANDARDS AND TO BETTER ITS NAME.
1930 THE CAULDRON Pglgg '
XVc are prcxcnling Lu you 111 this volume a Yexlmzv nj' nur ycafx actluitlcx
in the Arnold Hzgh Sclmul. Vxfc hope tim! in after years
lt will bring lu you happy TcuvHectw11s of the days
we Spent lugcllwr, of 'f-7'1C'PldSllIPN formed,
dfld NILCCLNXCN won.
If Lhix lmulq Lmll brmg you any Happy nzcmurlcs in
juturc years, xl wzll have been J succcms.
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Onward to victory we cheer you,
Fight for your school so dear,
Ever Hghting for Old Arnold
Of the game we have no fear.
Our teams are always fighting,
Our 'foes will be hardfpressed.
If you lose, we will not chide you,
For we know you've done your best.
So it's victory for Old Arnold,
Facing toward the foe.
It's victory for Old Arnold,
As down the fleld you go.
It's victory for Old Arnold,
We'll always be so true,
We're backing you, OUR ARNOLD,
We'll do our best for you.
--Vxdords by Paul Carson
-Music by Abc Laufe
1930 THE CAULDRON Page'5
DEDICATION me l
E, the Class of 1930, dedicate this sixth volume
of the Cauldron to our parents.
To our parents We owe what success we have have
had in life thus far. They have helped us to have the
pleasures of social contact with our fellow students, to
share with them the ideals and ambitions of youth and
right living, and finally to graduate from Arnold High
School, the better able to go out into the community to
take the places of responsibility devolvling upon us.
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Organizations ...,. .....
Advertisements and Humor ...... ,...
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BUILDING A TEMPLE '
A builder builded a temple,
He wrought it with grace and skill
Pillars and groins and arches
All fashioned to work his will.
Men said as they saw its beauty
"It shall never know decay.
Great is thy skill, O builder:
Thy fame shall endure for aye."
A teacher builded a temple
With loving and infinite care,
Planning each arch with patience,
Laying each stone with prayer.
None praised her unceasing efforts,
None knew of her wondrous plan,
For the temple the teacher builded
Was unseen by the eyes of man.
Gone is the builder's temple,
Crumbled into the dust,
Low lies each stately pillar,
Food for consuming rust.
But the temple the teacher builded
Will last while ages roll,
For that beautiful unseen temple
Is a child's immortal soul.
1930 THE CAULDRON Page9
DONALD P. DAVIS, A. B., M. A.
Superintendent of Scluools
University of Pittsburgh Capital University
HILARY L. HOLSTE, B. S.
High Scluool Principal
BOARD OF EDUCATION
To the Board of Education, we, the students of Arnold, desire to extend
our appreciation for the cooperation and help given to us.
We appreciate the sterling qualities, the good judgment and the lforesight of
these men. They have labored with us to put more into our school life.
They have chosen a hardworking and industrious Superintendent and Faculty.
They showed their support of athletics by appropriating more than ever be'
fore to their support.
They helped to make possible the new stage, and, indeed, many other imf
All we can say is: "We thank you."
JOHN E. BROWN, B. S.
Grove City Cnllcgc
DOROTHY BOWMER. Litt. B
Creve City College
ELIZABETH E. CRIM, A, B.
University uf Pittsburgh
E. ELINOR COOK, Mlls, B.
Olwcrlin Conservatory tzfML1siC
New York School of
PAUL E. CARSON, B. S.
Indiana State Tcacher's College
Indiana State Tea':her's College
THE CAULDRON Pagcll
DOROTHY HANKEY. A, B.
ABE LAUFE, A, B.
University of Pittsburgh
ROBERT T. ELDER, B. S.
EDITH JAY. A. B.
Advanced English, French
Pcnn'a College for Wim-iiicri
VERA R. N.
Vvlcst Penn Hospital
EDITH M. WILDS, A. B.
Pemfa College for Women
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A very dominant young man,
He aspires to things most high,
Lo! We see in the future--
He'll be president bye and bye.
National Honor Society 3, 4g Class President
4g Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Music Contest 1, 2: Presif
dent of Bdoklovers Club 4: Prom Commiltecz
"Love Pirates of Hawaii" 21 "Gypsy Rover" 3:
Miscellaneous Program 3: "Climbing Roses" 4.
Classical "Sal' '
' lf, from him,
A favor you should ask,
He would willingly '
Undertake the task.
Vice President of Class 4: Vice President of
Booklovers Club 4g HifY 2, 3, 41 Athletic As'
sociation lg Dramatic Club 3: Boys Glee Club
1, 2g "Love Pirates of Hawaiif 21 "Gypsy Rove
DOROTHY MAI NS '
ln studies "Dad" is famous
Her grades are always high,
So why be so sad folks
If she does 'ah' Cy!"
National Hionor Society 3, 4, Secretaryg Class
Secretary 2, 4g Prom Committee: Dramatic Club
3, President 41 Basketball 33 Girls Reserve 1, 2,
3, 43 Treasurer 2: Music Contest 1,21 Girls Glee
Club 1, 2, 43 "Love Pirates of Hawaii" 2: "Tue
lip Time" 4g Oratorical Contest 3: Freshmen
and Sophomore Editor of Cauldron.
Very clever in many lines,
In music he especially shines.
Joke Editor of Cauldron 41 Orchestra 3, 4:
Accompanied Violin Contest 3: Class Treasurer
4: Basketball 3, 4: Football 3. 4: HifY 3, 4g
Athetic Association 1: Boys Glee Club 3, 4:
Literary Cub 34 Miscellaneous Program 3.
"Porky" if a student rare.
And with none he can compare.
He's collegiate in every way
The same old "Porky" from day to day.
Football 1, 2, 3: HifY 2, 3, 4. Athletic Assof
ciation lg Bivys Glee Club 1, 2: Etiquette Club 3.
1930 THE CAULDRON Page is
'Thelmals very quiet.
She seldom says a word.
She must have heard the saying,
"Let's be seen and not heard." l
Literary Club 3: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2: Or'
chestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Music Contest 1, 2.
"All the great men arc dying,
I don't feel so well myself."
Football Manager 1, 2: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Out'
door Club 3: Athletic Association 1: Boys' Glec
Club 1, 3, 4: "Love Pirates cf Hawaii" 2.
In school she was always happy
And always seeking fun,
And favors that she did for us,
Never stopped at one,
Commercial Club 4: Athletic Association I:
Hiking Club 4: Etiquette Club 3.
ERNESTINE BONGIOVANN I
She does each deed without a pause
A nicer girl there never was.
Her manners are beyond compare,
Indeed her kind is very rare.
National Honor Society 4: Literary Editor ol
Cauldon 4: Music Caintest l, 2: journalism
Club 1, 4: Athletic Association I: Dramatic
Club 3: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2: "Love Pirates of
Hawaii" 23 Commercial Contest 2.
The wlonclerful things that you can do
Are sure to win success for you.
National Honor Society 4: Editor'infChief of
Cauldron 4: Oratorical Contest 3: Ring Com'
mittee 4: Athletic Association 1: Debating Club
4: Literary Club 3: Girls' Glee Club 1. 'li
"Love Pirates of Hawaii" 2: "Tulip Time" 4:
Second place in Westmoreland County Oratorf
cal Contest 4.
Page 16 THE CAULDRON 1930
A jiolly good pal,
And fall of fun.
She keeps our students,
From looking glum.
Basketball 3g Music Contest 2, Athletic Assof
ciation lg Outdoor Club 31 Dramatic Club 43
Girls' Reserve 1, 21 Girls' Glee Club 1, 23 Hikf
ing Club 1, 4g "Am I Intrudingn 4.
Lips for kisses,
Black sparkling eyes,
She's always happy
And never cries.
Dramatic Club 3g Athletic Association lg
Girls' Reserve 1, 29 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 4g
Music Contest 1, 2: journalism Club 4g "Apple
Blossom Time" 3
She gets her work
But yet has her play.
Typist of Cauldron 41 journalism Club 41 Girls'
Reserve 1, 2, 3, 4g Literary Club 3g Athletic As'
sociation lg Ring Committee 4.
'I'hat's her way.
Dramatic Club 43 Athlletic Association 1:
Literary Club 3: Ring Committee: 4: "Miscellane'
ous Program" 3: "Am I Intrudirrg" 4.
An awful tease. a peck of fun,
A loyal friend, a jolly churn.
Good in work. good in piay,
How we'll miss him when he's away.
Assistant Business Manager of Cauldron 4:
Book Lovers Club 4: Literary Club 3g Athletic
Association lg "Am I Intruclingn 4,
1930 'THE CA
Louis is a handsome lad-eh?
His hair is without a curl.
My friends we hate to say this,
But he likes most every girl.
HifY 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 43 Athletic Associa'
tion 1: Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Science Club 43
Publicity Club 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4.
To be jolly he always tries,
Arid to all with a gay remark replies.
Book Lovers Club 4.
First in play, first in mischief,
First in the hearts of his classmates,
VV'hat in the world shall we do with him
And what could we do without him?
Basketball 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4g HifY 3, 4:
journalism Club 3, President 4: Boys' Glee Club
1, 23 "Love Pirates of Hawaii" 2g "Am I Intrud-
An awful tease,
A peck of fun,
A loyal friend
A jolly churn.
Basketball 41 Hi-Y 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3:
President of the Boosters' Club 4: Boys' Clee
Club 1, 2, 33 "Love Pirates of Hawaii" 2:
"Tulip Time" 4.
It's the Spring ye sing and the smiles ye wear,
'l'hat's making sunshine everywhere,
Where jerry goes a smile he'll wear-
'I'hat'll make folks happy here and there.
Hi-Y 3, 4: Dramatic Club 35 Debating Club
"Am I Intrudingu 43 Debating Team 4.
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Page 18 THE CAULDRON 1930
They say beauty is u. hindrance.
But in this boys case its wrong,
He's brilliant in his studies,
But his love for the "sax" is strong.
Literary Editor of Cauldron 4: Orchestra l,
2, 3, 4: Athletic Associati:-n I: HifY 2, 3, 4:
Football 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2. Il: Class Secretary
3: Commercial Contest 2: Music Contest l, 2:
Publicity Club 3: 'iApple Blossom Time" 3:
"Am I Intrud-ing" 4.
Heres one Senior
With a powerful will.
To change his miml.
Requires much skill.
Athletic Editor of Cauldr: n 4: Cirninerci'-l Conf
test 2: Vice President of Boosters' Club 4:
Boys' Glee Club l, 4: Athletic Association lg
Literary Club 3: 'LTulip Time" 4: Debating Team
Olga tries hard
The highest grades to get.
She seems to 'reach their everytime
And with a lot of pep.
Oratorical Contest 3: Music Contest 1, 2: Dru'
ma-tic Club 4: Outdoor Club 3: Girls' Reserve 2,
3: Girls' Glee Club l, 2: "Love Pirates of Ha'
waii" 2: "Tulip Time" 4: "Apple Blossom Time"
Harry's a leader of high esteem
And as an actor he is supreme.
Business Manager of Cauldron 4: Hi'Y 4: Literary
Club 3: Journalism Club 4: Bays' Glee Club 1,
2: "Gypsy Rover" 3: "Tulip Time" 4: Debating
He toots ti mean corner,
At science he's above the rest,
He'll be something-you bet.
National Honor Society 4: Circulation Man-
ager of Cauldron 4: Ring Committee 4: Football
3, 4: HifY 3, 4: Outdoor Club 4: Athletic As'
sociation 1: President of Debating Club 4: Def
baring Team 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Music
Contest 21 "Am I Intrudingn 4: Miscellaneous
1930 THE CAULDRON 'Page
ln studies he's on the level,
In sports he's great,
He sure lqriows his "pigsl'qin,"
And in basketball he's jirst rate.
Basketball l, 2, 3, 43 Fontball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Csptain 4: HifY 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 4: Athf
lctic Association lg Vice President of Debating
Club 45 "Gypsy Rover" 33 Class President 1. 2,
31 "Apple Blosscm Time 3: Track 43 Boys' Glcc
Burning red-ethat's his hair
We rall him Arr1old's flame,
To him is nothing but a game.
Fotball 45 HifY 4: journalism Club 4.
MARY MARGARET HERRINGTON
Commercial "Mary Peg"
Mary is small
And very bright
To hear her recite-
ls a true delight!
Hiking Club 4: Girls' Glce Club 1, 2: Music
Contest 1, 23 "Apple Blossom Time" 3.
Try as we may its hard to find
A .sweeter miss than she,
So we feel sure her way through life
Will merry and happy bc.
Basketball Z, 3: Girls' Reserve 1, 2: Literary
Club 3g Girls' Glee Club 1, 25 Commercial Club
"Nook" is bright in studies,
In athletics he is hard to beat,
He certainly can run,
Arid shows his "stuH"' at the track meet.
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi'Y 3, President 4: Atlu-
'yctic Association 13 Bays' Glee Club 3: journal' X
ism 3, 43 "Gypsy Rover" 3.
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ADALINE H. JACOBUS
Among yqour friends,
' I'm sure you'cl find,
That Adaline is one
Of the best kind.
Basketball 3: Dramatic Club 4: Athletic As'
sociation 1: Welfare Club 3: Orchestra 3: "Apf
ple Blossom Time" 3: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2.
Here is a tall fair maiden
With eyes of blue,
She is always ready
With n. smile for you.
Commercial Club 4: Etiquette Club 3: Girls'
Glee Club 1.
Happy am I,
From care l'm free.
Why aren't they all
Contented like Me?
Commercial Club 4: Etiquette Club 3: Girls'
Glee Club 1. 3: Miscellaneous Program 3.
Her eyes are green as emerals.
Her hair is black as coal
We hope that nothing will daunt her, I.
ln reaching her coveted goal.
Dramatic Club 3: Hiking Club 4: Athletic
Association 1: Journalism Club 4: Circulation
Manager of Broadcaster 4: Class Treasurer 1, 2,
3: Prom Committee 3: Girls' Glee Club l, 2:
Girls' Reserves 1, 2. 3.
What's in the future for him
We can't say-yet: we've tried,
With a carton canvas under arm
Thru life he'll gaily ride.
, Basketball 3, 4: Publicity Club 35 Athletic As'
I sociation 1: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 4.
1930 THE CAULDRON Page21
Gracious, pretty, loveable,
Cheerful and sweet ,
Why jule, of course.
Typist of Cauldron 45 Prom Committee 35
Dramatic Club 35 Girls' Reserves 1, 2, 35 Cheer'
leader 3, 45 joke Editor of Broadcaster 45 Jour'
nulism Club 45 "Apple Blossom Time" 35 "Tulip
Time" 45 Basketball 35 Girls' Glee Club 1, 25
Athletic Association lg Hiking Club 45 Oratorif
cal Contest 4.
A smile for a care, and a smile for a woe,
'You'll never find Verna's spirit low.
Athletic Association 15 Girls' Reserves 1, 25
Commercial Club 45 Etiquette Club 35 Girls'
Glee Club 1.
Bessie is four dreamer
Ever fashioning castles in the air
We know where dreams are realized
Bessie-our authoress-will be there.
Dramatic Club 15 Publicity Club 35 Journalism
Club 41 Girls' Reserves 1, 2, 35 "Arrival of Kit'
ty" 3: Debating Team 4.
No matter what this maiden tries,
She's certain to succeed.
Success itself within her lies
Which nothing can impede.
Typist of Cauldron 45 Etiquette Club 35 Com-
mercial Clubg Ring Committee 45 Commercial
Contest 25 Girls' Reserves 1, 2, 35 Athletic As'
scciation 15 Oratorical Contest 4.
Tea! that's his name
'Twas in athletics
Wliere he his fame attained.
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Football l, 3, 45 HifY
3. 45 Dramatics Club 4: Track 45 Boys' Glee Club
1. 2, 3, 45 Etiquette Club 3.
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Here is a girl that is always happy,
One so full of fun,
Many a one will miss Ann,
When her senior year is done.
Dramatic Club 3: Hiking Club 41 Girls' Glec
Club 23 Orchestra 21 Coimmercial Club 4: Music
Irene's a jolly person,
Very chubby and fat.
I doubt if she's reducin'
Or trying to at that.
Commercial Club 4fSecretaryg Etiquette Club
3g Girls' Glee Club 1.
She smiles and smiles
From morn till night,
And we're all su"e
Tlrat's just whats right,
Commercial Club 4fTrea5urer1 Girls' Glee Club
l, 3: Girls' Welfare Cub 3.
Emma likes tio talk a lot
Whether the subjects are lessons or notg
Talk she can and talk she will,
She'd not be "Emma" if she'd keep still.
National Honor Society 3, 4fVice Presidcntg
Commercial Contest 2g Prom Committee 3g Bas'
ketball 2. 3g Dramatic Club 3g Athletic Associaf
tion lg Class Editor of Broadcaster 4g Cheer'
leader 41 Girls' Reserves 1, 2, Q53 Hiking Club 4:
Girls' Clee Club 1, 2: Typist of Cauldron 41
"Apple Blossom Time" 3: "Love Pirates of Ha'
Harry is small
With a parrot's uoice,
For wit and humor,
Hels our cluoice.
Football 3, 4: HifY 3, 41 Dramatic Club 4:
Outdoor Club 33 Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4:
"Love Pirates of Hawaii" 2g "Gypsy Rover" 3:
"Tulip Time" 4.
1930 THE CAULDRON Pagcg
RUBY SCHRECONGOST l
.Quiet and neat, pretty and sweet
A nicer Ruby you'll 'never meet,
Good humor in abunarice has slie,
A cute little giggle, full ,of glee.
Dramatic Club 3, 4'Secretaryg Girls' Glee Club
1, 2, 4: "Apple Blossom Time" 3: "Climbing
Roses" 45 "Love Pirates of Hawaii" 23 "Tulip
This girl is different
Eyes of blue-form divine,
Some day Prince Charming will say,
"Ali, Helen! you are mir1e.'
Dramatic Club 41 "Am I Inirudingu 4.
jimmy, you've got manners,
'You're a good sport too,
Life holds mariy great things,
Arid we know tl1cre's a share for you.
Literary Club 33 journalism Club 4.
Some eyes may sparkle,
Some may prance,
Some may charm,
But Rliodals just fairly dance.
Commercial Club 4fPrcsir'cni: llil-:ing Clulw 41
Etiquette Club 3: "Am I lntruding" 4,
Tall, dark, gallant and brave
Possessing a lovely, natural wave
He always lzas plenty to say
But in a most charming way.
Football Manevcr 4: Dramatic Club 3: Truck
l: Boys' Glee Club l. 2, 3: "Apple Blossom
Time" 3: "Love Pirates of Hawaii" 2: "The
Gypsy Rover" 3.
P1,qe24 THE CAULDRON 1930
Quiet and so petite,
C.'iarmiiig, danty and very neat.
Mix tli se wcrl and the Tusiills will lie,
The beloved classmate you see.
Etiquette Club 3: Girls' Glec Club 1: Com'
mercial Club 4fVice President.
Lenora is a quiet girl,
Sweat and modest too,
Her smile is like the szmsliiue,
Whenever you are blue.
Girls' Welfare Club 3fPrcsident: Commercial
Happy and free with no cave for the morrow,
He scatters dull care and vanquishes somow.
loke Editor of Cauldron 4: "Climbing Roses"
4: "Gypsy Rover" 3: i'Love Pirates of Hawaii"
2: "Tulum Time" 4: Boys' Glen: 1, 2: Athletic
Association lg Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice President 4: Eti'
quette Club 3: Book Lovers Club 4.
Some Follqs you love
And so-me you do'f1't.
'TheTe's some you will
And some you won'tg
But we all love Tony.
National Honor Society 4: Athletic Editor of
Cauldron 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4:
"Apple Blossom Time" 3: "Am I Intrudingn 4g
"Love Pirates of Hawaii" 2: "Gypsy Rover" 3:
Etiquette ClubfVice President 31 EditorfinfChief
of Broadcaster 4: Athletic Editor of Broadcaster
3: Vice President of Class 3: Cheerleader 1, 2:
Ring Committee 4: Prom Committee 3: Foot'
ball 3, 4.
MARGARET ALICE VICTOR
Sl1e's just the type of person
'That everyone admires,
Possessing all the qualities
An ideal girl requires.
National Honor Society 4: Literary Editor of
Cauldron 4: Dramatic Club 4: Athletic Associa'
tion 1: Literary Club 3.
1930 THE CAULDRON Page zs
jinznile is lzappyfgoffutky,
And never known to be sad,
Hes full of mischievous pranks, '
And is also an ambitious lad.
Cauldron Staff 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Athletic Associa'
tion lg Boys' Glee Club 3: Literary Club 3:
Miscellaneous Program 3: "Gypsy Rover" 3:
journalism Club 4: Orchestra 1: Cheerleader 3:
Prom Co-mmittee 3.
A merry laugh,
HifY 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Journalism
Club Advertising Manager 3: Associate Editor
41 Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Athletic Association
1: Debating Team 3: "Love Pirates of Hawaii"
2: "Climbing Roses" 4: "Apple Blossom Time" 3.
Lorraine is quiet till her work is done.
'Then she's in for all kinds of fun.
Typist of Cauldron 4g Athletic Association 1:
Music Contest 1, Z: Literary Club 3, 4: Girls'
Reserves 1, 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2: Book
Lovers Club 3: "Love Pirates of Hawaii" 2: "Tir
lip Time" 4: "Am I lintrudiingu 4.
William is a new boy,
He came here rather late.
But we know he has manners
And is a sport first rate.
Football l, 2: Basketball 1. 2, 3: Baseball l:
She's a great sport,
A great singer too,
But slie's been sick a lot,
And her days in school were few,
Basketball 3: Dramatic Club 3: Debating 3.
Page 26 THE CAULDRON 1930
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
In the ninth month of the year nineteen hundred twentyfsix, a glor'
ious sunrise cast its cheerful beams upon our group of Freshmen as we cautiously
and wearily entered the portals of Arnold High School. We were welcomed by
the faculty and our upper classmen, and, adapting ourselves to the routine of our
new adventure, we were soon absorbed in the delightful task of seeking an education.
In o-ur second year, worthy of the name of Sophomores, we were now fully
launched on the waves which would lead us swiftly to the fulfillment of our ambif
tions. Among the outstanding occurrences which broke the monotony of our
routine were the contribution of two of our members as recognized cheerleaders
for the Alma Mater.
We were now past midfstream, "Juniors" Many of our boys were members
of our athletic teams. We presented a farce comedy in three acts entitled "Apple
Blossom Time," which proved a decided success. The final event which capped
the climax of our junior year was the banquet and prom given in honor of the
Seniors and could then bear proudly our motto, "We lead, others follow."
Our ship steamed slowly into the port and our goal came within reach. The
years sped by so quickly that we were unable to comprehend the fact that we were
Seniors and could then bear proudly our motto, L'We lead, others follow."
The crowning achievement of our high school career was the contribution of our
Cauldron to the faculty and lower classmen. "Am I Intrudingf' a thoroughly
modern comedy based on a mystery plot that held the attention 'from start to finish
was given on April 11. As in the course of High School events, Commencement
proved a glorious climax to the spectacular adventure within the realms of Arnold
The officers were:
President ........,,..i.,,,.,...i,,..,. ,........,...........,.......,. J ack Hunger
Vice President ...,.... .......... S alvatore Marzullo
Secretary .........,.. i.i.......... D orothy Mains
Treasurer ........,, ..i....... A rpad H3UtChS7
Advisor ,i.,.,,,, .....,...... M iss Wilds
1930 THE CAULDRON Page 27
Senior Class Poem
The sun is sinking slowly,
A cool wind whispers low,
Oh! It's terrible to say this,-
But we Seniors have to go.
We have reached the crossroads,
And soon we'll have to part.
The moment is drawing nearer-
Ah! A pain shoots through the
No one knows the heartaches,
No one knows the sorrow.
No one can ease the pain
That awalits us on the morrow.
We have studied hard,
And we have had our fun,
But life holds more than that
After all is said and done.
So hide those cowardly tears
And greet the world with a smile,
Success is for those who laugh
Rather than for those who growl.
Farewell to you, Faculty, '
Farewell to all the rest.
Take a little advice from us
And to Arnold High School give
I R452-'I 52653
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HISTORY OF JUNIOR CLASS
When we entered Arnold High School in the fall of 1927 as Freshmen, the
success or failure of our high school career was something remote, something to be
decided as time progressed. We were determined to succeed, and we began build'
ing our success by taking part in all school activities and organizations. We dis'
tinguished ourselves that first year by winning the prize for selling the greatest
number of football tickets, and we continued to take an active part in school affairs.
Our studies were not neglected, and the Freshmen claimed many high schof
lastic honors. To round out a successful beginning year in high school, our class
staged a very enjoyable party at the end of the term in the High School Auditorium.
Upon our return as Sophomores the following term, we took up the reins
of our school life again. We had the incentive then of working to outstrip the
success of our Freshman year. We again won the prize for selling the greatest
niumber of football tickets, and we continued to take an active part in school affairs.
The high light of our Sophomore year was the presentation of a movie, solely under
the direction of the class, the returns from which we generously contributed to the
Athletic Association. But we did not have all work and play, because during the
year we gave two very successful parties which everyone enjoyed immensely.
During our first two years in high school, we worked hard ':o establish a
reputation, and on our return as juniors, we were an influential part of the high
school, and great things were expected of us. We determined to live up to all ex'
pectations and even to exceed some of them.
Along with keeping up the good work, that was expected of us, we had the
big problem of making enough money to finance the annual affair to be given in
honor of the departing Seniors. We did this first of all by selling candy in school
and at football and basketball games. We then gave the annual Halloween Dance
which was enjoyed by all who attended. This was followed by a skate at the
Nu'Ken Gardens which, of course, was also a success.
The biggest undertaking of the year was the presentation of the class play,
"Hixville to Hollywood." It was very clever and something entirely new in the
type of plays presented at Arnold. Another new and novel idea was the introducf
tion of specialty numbers into the play, which were greatly enjoyed by the audience.
Along with having a new and different play the Juniors had the added distinction
of using for the Hrst time the remodelled stage, the new scenery, and new curtain.
The play owed its success largely to the expert direction and management of Miss
Jay and Mr. Laufe.
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The Juniors finished a third successful year in high school by giving the gala
annual affair in honor of the Seniors at the end of the term. The brilliant event
was the result of the careful planning and foresight of the class officers.
The 'uncertainty of the success or failure of our high school career entertain'
ed by us when Freshmen has lifted somewhat. We can look back now, at the end
of our junior year, and truthfully call our class a success. We look forward to next
year as an opportunity to put the finishing touches to a thoroughly successful high
Class Mottofff"We build the ladder by which we rise"
ColorsfffGreen and White
President .............,., ...,......,,..,,.,, ......,, .,,,.....,., ...,..., L 4 i i iis Ciancutti
Vice President .,,,., .,.,. W illiam Ishman
Secretary ,.,, ......,. ....,,..... ,,,... , . . Myrtle King
Treasurer ,...... ....,. F lorencc Armitage
Advisor ...,,., .......,. ............., . , ,,.., , .,,. ...., , , ...,,,....... , ,,.,,..... M r. Laufe
JUNIOR CLASS POEM
'Tis long since we were Freshmen, As Freshmen, we built records staunch
Freshmen shy and proudg As Sophomores broke them toog
'Tis long since we were Sophomores, As juniors used them well to launch
Sophomores green and loud. A footfhold for our records newg
But now we are the juniors, The records made by all the rest
Ah! Juniors worldly wise, As Seniors we shall do our best
And to the rank of Seniors To conquer and surpass
We are about to rise. And be the model class.
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COLQRS-Blue and Gold
CLASS FLOWER-Aiiierican Beauty Rose
MOTTO-L'Labor conquers all things"
President ,,,..........,... ...,..,,.,...................,,,,...... ...,,,, .... .,...,.. L 0 1 s Slocum
Vice President ...,... ........,. A lice France
Secretary .......,.,. ............,. E lvera Torchia
TreaSurer .....,..... ,..,.,.... M arye Jane Evans
' .....,..i......i... ............... M r. Browne
The Sophomore year of the class of '32 is nearing its close. As we look
back over the progress ol the last two years we see that we have been successful.
As Freshmen our class was well represented in all athletics. We worked hard and
sold a great many tickets for the class plays and the opcretta. Some of the Freshmen
showed musical talent by taking part in the operetta. Season tickets for both football
and basketball were bought by nearly all of us. The successful party
we held at the close of our Freshman year will be treasured as a happy memory by
all. In 192829 the Freshmen were recognized as a class of scholars, willing and
ready for work.
In the fall of 1929 about 70 of us returned as Sophomores. We all de-
termined to live up to our class motto "Labor conquers all things." This year our
class has been even more prominent in all athletics than in our Freshman year. The
snappy little cheerleaders, Richard Seddon and Joseph Yotz, were both members
of the Sophomore Class. We all set to work to sell tickets on the season "Activity
Plan." The Sophomores again were well represented.
A number of Sophomores showed great dramatic talent in the school play
and operetta. No one of the Sophomores shirked his studies, and again we were
well recognized as scholars.
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The Sophomores will not forget the successful parties of the class in the past
year. In all we have labored and conquered as we set out to do. The class of
'32 will work hard to make their junior and Senior years even more successful than
the Hrst two spent in Arnold High School.
And now that we've reached
The half way mark,
Let all of us labor,
As we have from the start
To make our record
At the Arnold High
One to be proud of
And praised to the sky.
Let us make victories many
And our failures few,
So that the school may remember
The class of '32.
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FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY
Our Freshman year is over. With justifiable pride we look back over the
bright and successful start we made in our Hrst year of High School. From the
first we proved to be an orderly class, and ever' since our first organization we have
abided by the laws set for us by our persevering officers and advisors.
One of our greatest achievements, and one which shows our cooperation, is
the prize we won from the ticket sale. The Freshmen sold the greatest number of
tickets of the four classes for the operetta "Tulip Time." We won a prize off eight
dollars which increased greatly our treasury funds.
The Freshmen were well represented in all activities. Many of our number
played on the football and basketball teams, while others showed unusual musical
talent. There were several members in the orchestra and even more took part in
the operetta. We were not entirely lacking in dramatic quality. This year for the
first time, the Freshmen were allowed to take part in the play "Climbing Roses."
Several Freshmen were at the tryout, and some were in the cast.
No one can say we did not have a good time during our Freshman year.
We had a lively party after the basketball game on December 13. Everyone surely
had a snappy evening. Among the other social events was the picnic. At this
outing none complained, and everybody was entirely satisfied. How could we help
it? Our officers worked hard, and the results were the best-the kind our officers
always have, There was not a, thing to mar the day.
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So our school year conbinued, each day hringing more enthusiasm and genuine
enjoyment. And in this same way we reached the end. The memory of this year
will help us overcome all obstacles next year. Our Sophomore year will he based on
our Freshman year. Since our Freshman year has hcen so successful, and since the
victories of this year are increased in our next, we surely look forward to a most
successful Sophomore year.
CLASS MOTTOi"Lift as you Climb"
FLOWER-Ainerican Beauty Rose
COLORS-Blue and White
I Class Officers
President ........,...............,........ .... ....,......,....................... A l vin Heutchy
Vice President ............................ ......... ...... V irginia Smith
Secretary and Treasurer ..,....... ............ . .. Guillimene Guyaux
Advisors ...................,..............,........ ....,.... M r. CarsonfMiss Grim
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Many new clubs were organized this year, which have proved very beneficial
as well as entertaining to everyone. Each club was started on its way to success
by the selection of several people to act as leaders for the other members. The re'
sponsibility of all activities was placed upon the students, the teacher in charge bef
ing only an overseer. Most of the chapel programs and entertainments held in the
club meetings were entirely original this year and afforded much enjoyment to the
audience. By the organization of these societies all could look forward to at
least one and sometimes two entertainments a week. These broke the monotony of
work, giving enjoyment as well as educational help. All the clubs proved very sucf
cessful. Everyone seemed interested and tried to make his club the best it could
possibly be. Many who were backward have overcome this fear by taking part in
the club activities. Many have developed great dramatic ability and will probably
gain more fin the future. As a whole the clubs have a very good influence on ezveryf
one. Many benehts result from them and because of their aid they should stay in
existence from nowlon.
Senior Editor ....,,,,, .,
Literary Editors A .... ,
Art Editors ,....,...,,....
joke Editors ..
Photo Editor ....,,...,.
Athletic Editors .......
junior Editor .....,.........
Sophomore Editor ..
Freshman Editor ...,,
Business Managers ..,....,r
Junior Managers .,.....
Associate Manager .....,.
Typists .,,........,,........ ..,...,.
, ,,,. Virginia Bushnell
.. ,. .,.i,..., ....,.,,,,,...,, ..,..,.,. T h eresa Astorina
, Margaret Victor
Ernestine Bongiovanni. Charles Foti
Richard Koleun, Harold Howe
Arpad Heutchy, George Thompson
Anthony Uhar, Raymond Erahotto
. ..,...,,.,,,......,. . ...........,..,.. .. .,,..,,,.... Frances Rome
,, ,.,,.,,. .......... M arye Evans
Harry Garrison, John Becker
james Wzlkefiield, Lawrence Davis
Fred Hamilton, Elmer Donaldson
Olive Cox, julia Laitos, Nettie MacFarlane,,
Emma Resh, Lorraine Wyaiiit
Miss Dorothy Bowmer Mr. Paul Carson
Mr. H. L. Holste
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The National Honor Society was founded in 1921, There are over 600
chapters of this society in American High Schools. Our school became a chapter
of this society in 1926 through the efforts of Mr. T. V. Kelly, former High School
principal. This society is doing much to define and set the standards of the ideal
High School students.
The Constitution of this organization recognizes four cardinal objectives as
fundamental in all educational practiceg Scholarship, Character, Leadership and
Service. To exalt these objectives and hold them ever before the school als goals
toward which all should strive is the purpose of this society.
The emblem of the Society is the keystone and flaming torch. The Key'
stone bears at its base the letters S. L. C. E? S. which stand for the four cardinal
principles of the organization. As the keystone is placed by the builder to hold the
perfect arch in perpetual stability, so the structure of our education must hold firm
and true to the purpose of life represented by the virtues in this symbol.
The following have become members of this Society in our school:
Florence Armitage jack Hunger
Theresa Astorina Dorothy Mains
Ernestina Bongiovanni Emma Resh
Virginia Bushnell Frances Rome
Myron Gehr Anthony Uhar
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THE DLONRA DEBATING CLUB
The Dlonra Debating Club, one of the newly organized clubs of 1930, inet
with great success. It succeeded in its purpose to train the members for debating
and public speaking. Under the capable supervision of Mr. Carson, our sponsor,
much was accomplished.
During the year, two assembly programs were given by the nieinbers of the
club. They were enjoyed very much by the student body.
The emblem of the Dlonra Debating Club is the scroll and mallet.
In parting we can easily say that we have established a solid foundation for
a very successful debating club.
The officers were:
President ,..,..........., ......, M yron Gehr
Vice President ...,. ....,..,.,.. C yrus George
Secretaryj ..,,...,,..,,,.. i....,.....,........ L ois Slocum
Treasurer ................,..,,.i...,, ........ -I osephine Cappone
Cauldron Reporter ........ ........ T hercsa Astorina
Sponsor .....,..........,........,,. ..........,.,. M r. Carson
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THE DEBATING TEAM
The Debating teams of 1930 enjoyed a successful year under the direction ot
Mr. Paul Carson. This is the second time Arnold has participated in high school
debates, and the progress the teams have made is commendable.
The question for this year's debate vvasf-Resolved, That the county unit
system of education should be adopted.
Every member in the teams worked hard to win every debate they possibly
could win. Although teams of this sort do not attract as much attention as athletic
teams, the certainly deserve to be given credit for their work, which was difficult
intellectually if not physically.
Thus do the debating teams of 1930 deserve the ovation accorded them.
1930 THE CAULDRON Page 43
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THE BOOK LOVERS CLUB
The Book Lover's Club was among those formed at the beginning of the
school year. The purpose of this club was to better acquaint the members with
the best books, plays and authors of the present day.
During the club periods many readings. short stories, and plays of interest
were read and discussed.
The members of the Book Lover's Club presented three chapel programs
during the year. These were all very interesting, as Well as amusing.
The officers of the year were:
President .,,....i............................ ,......,............ J ack Hunger
Vice President ........ .r,r..... S alvatore Nlarzullo
Secretary ....,..,.,..........,.. ...............,....i F rances Rome
Librarian ..........i........,,...... . ................ Florence Armitage
Cauldron Reporter .ii,,,, ,,........ M ary Mzirgaret Wells
Sponsor ........,..,....,....,,..,.t.. ......,.............,,.,........... M r. Laufe
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The Dramatic Clubffx is one of the largest clubs in the school. Through the
enthusiasm and efforts of its members the club has proved a success. The meet'
ings have been interesting. Many amusing programs werc given which revealed
the unusual talent of some of its members.
In all, the members have been greatly rewarded for their work. They
started at the beginning with the determination to make the club a success, and
they have succeeded far more than they realized, making it one of the best.
The oficers were:
President ............ ,....,...., M innie Jane Klingensmith
Vice President .......,........,.... ..................... .,.,.,..,.... S t eve Stanko
Secretary and Treasurer ..,..... ..,.,.,.. R achel Stowe
Cauldron Reporter .........,,.,,.,...............................,,...., Lubow Maduk
Sponsors ....................,.......,..,.,.. Miss Hankey and Miss Wilde
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This club has accomplished much in the line of dramatics, considering the
few times meetings have been held.
The best plays, which have been before the public, were studied. This inter'
esting Work readily engaged our attention. We discussed the abilities of famed
and rising actors and actresses alike.
The members of this club took part in numerous club programs through
which the meaning of good expression became very clear to us.
On Halloween an original sketch written by the members and directed by
Miss Crim, our club advisor, was presented in the auditorium and was a success.
The oficers were:
President ..... .....,..... ......, D o rothy Mains
Vice President. ................,..,...,..,.i.................... .,......... C aroline Cypher
Secretary and Cauldron Reporter ........ ......... M argaret Victor
Club Advisor ........... .......,, .......... M i ss Crim
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This club is looking back on its iirst year, which was a success.
The purpose of the Boosters' Club is:-To stand up for its Club, its School,
and Standards. The things that were considered important were discussed at the
Three very interesting Assembly programs were given by members of the
club. The first was HA Football Review," which was enjoyed by the students.
All members were delighted with being in this club.
The meetings were enjoyed by all who learned how to boost their Club,
School, and Activities.
The officers were:
President ..,.,...,........., ................ R obert Edgar
Vice President .....,..... ....,. . .. Raymond Frabotto
Secretary .,,,.,.................. ...................,,.,...... V ictor Huff
Cheerleader ................,,... ......... E dward Murhamer
Cauldron Reporter .,,..... .......,.,........,..,,,. M arie Vent
Sponsor ...........,......,,...,......,, ........,, M r. Elder
It is quite evident that this club, in view of merits of its past accomplish-
ments, has proven :itself the most valuable and undispensable organization of the
high school. It ranks first in being an essentially educational club in which the
higher standards of class cooperation and productiveness are maintained to a degree
Its aim is to develop and promote any jo-prnalistic or literary tendencies
among the student members and to provide experience in newspaper writing and the
The most outstanding achievement has been the introduction of a school
paper, the Broadcaster-a semifmonthly periodical in which all views and news'
events of the school are published in typical newspaper style. This has been a
decidedly great success. Several programs held during the year have also been
The Oficers were:
President ,.......... ............ ..........., F r ed Edgar
Vice President ......... ......... J ack Rogers
Secretary .,...................,,..... ........ H arold Howe
Cauldron Reporter ........ .............. J ames Sell
Sponsor ...........................,.. .,....... ............ M i ss Jay
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Under the supervision of Miss Cypher the newly organized Commercial Club
was a great success. The main feature of this club was the banking system which
was practiced throughout the year. The members showed their ability as stenographf
ers in the play, "Trying Them Out." This being the Commercial Club's Hrst
appearance, we are sure that next year it will be a greater success.
The officers were:
President .......,......... ......,,.,
. Mary Stonecheck
Cauldron Reporter ......... ,....,... L enora Thompson
Vice President .,...... ........
Secretary ,.......................,.. ,.............
Treasurer ,.,......,,.,.,,,,....,, A .,., ................. .
Sponsor ......,.,..,..........,.........,. ................... M iss Cypher
1930 THE 'CAULDRON 'Page49
THE HIKING CLUB
Under the careful guidance of Miss Edith Jay, the Girls' Hiking Club., a newly
organized club this year, attained great success.
It brought the girls into a more friendly group and did nruch in promoting
better health by long, pleasant hikes. The girls also learned many good points
on outdoor life such as studying different plants, building fires, cte.
It is very much regretted that more hikes were not held, and it is hoped that
next year it will meet with still greater success.
The ofncers were:
President ...i..,. ....... A lustina Toinayko
Secretary ....,., , ,,...i Theresa Astorina
Treasurer ...... .......,..,,.. I ,earl Zorena
Sponsor ,,.... Miss Edith jay
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One of the finest movements undertaken this year was the organization of
the Boys's Athletic Club. Miss Bowmer, who sponsored the undertaking, is given
credit for the success of the club. The purpose was "To be a good clean sport at
all times." The motto was "Good character shows good sportsmanship." The club
accomplished much in the development of the boys, morally, physically, and mental'
Various topics dealing with sportsmanship and athletics were discussed. Inter-
esting programs were rendered at its bifmonthly meetings. At times the members
engaged in games such as basketball, hockey, and handball. Also several interesting
chapel programs were given by the club.
The officers were:
President .i...................................... ....,.... A urelio Guilioli
Vice President ..............................,.... ,........ F rank Suatoni
Secretary and Treasurer ......... ............. G eno Bussotti
Cauldron Reporter ................... .......... L ouis Ciancutti
Sponsor ,..........,.,.......,..... .. ........ ........ M iss Bowmer
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The purpose of the Science Club was to deal with scientihc happenings of
every day life. The club had seven major aims:
QU To increase the pupil's appreciation of his environment.
QD To develop his powers of observation.
Q32 To train him in the scientific method.
Q41 To stimulate him to organize his common experience for use
in the solution of new problems.
Qij To develop his desire to practice personal hygiene.
Q71 To teach him specific ways in which the principles of science are
applied to the work of the world so that he may fully
realize the importance of science in the home, community,
state, nation, and the world at large.
The goal is to give the pupil an overpowering curiosity and desire to know
Many interesting programs were presented.
The officers were:
President ............,......,......................,...............,,., ..,...... E rnest Howe
Vice President .....,.............. ,,..,.,,..........,.......,...., ,.,,,,,......,,,..... J 4 vhn Fuge
Secretary and Cauldron Reporter ........ Elizabeth Ramsey
Treasurer .......................................,...,........... ,.,,..,... ...., A d olph Bagdon
Sponsor ,..... .... r. Browne
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THE MADGEBURG CLUB
This year some of the Junior boys felt the need for a club all their own.
This need culminated in the Madgeburg Club.
The idea back of the club was to develop fellowship, friendship and 'fraternf
alism. It has admirably succeeded in carrying out is three major aims. The mem--
bers of the club are all doing their best to carry out the ideals which they have
The boys looked forward to the club being a growing one, which will live
on from year to year furthering the ideas and ideals of the organization.
The club is just a new one but it is hoped by all the members that it's use'
fulness will continue.
The officers for 19294930 were:
President .................... ....... B en Slomoff
Vice President ...........,............ . .... ............,...... J ohn Culp
Secretary and Treasurer ,.......,.. .......,.,.. F red Hamilton
Constitutional Interpreter ......,. ......... D ominic Perino
1930 THE CAULDRON Page 53
THE HI-Y CLUB
The HifY Club was organized here in 1927. Each year marked a large inf
crease in membership and in 1928729 a total of twenty new members was added.
This year thirty new members were added. That alone denotes the becomf
ing popularity of this organization, and we hope that such prosperity will be enjoy'
ed in the future.
The ur Hose is: "To create, maintain, and extend throufhout the commun'
, . p I i . pq S
ity, high standards of Christian Character,
The slogan is: "Clean Living, Clean Speech, Clean Sports, and Clean
The HieY Club is profoundly important to the community. Honest, up'
right, young men should belong. It gives opportunity for Christian leadership
which is one of the main keystones of the National Honor Society. It challenges
every high minded young man to be a member and though man are ralled f
p M . ,. k y't' ,eware
Many social activities were sponsored throughout the year, which included
banquets, dances, and swimming parties.
Club officers were:
President .................. ........,..,..... H arold Howe
Vice President ........ ......... G eorge Thompson
Secretary ...,,.,,,..... ........,,,.... -I ack Hunger
Treasurer .............,....,......,.................,..................................... Louis Derose
Sponsors for the year 192980 were Mr. Laufe and Mr. Carson.
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The Girl Reserves is a very prominent organization of Arnold High School.
Through the aid of Miss Edith jay and Miss Freda Cook, this club was ref
organized last year, and had as its motto: "To face life squarely and to Hnd and
give the best." The girls certainly did live up to their motto.
Fifteen new members were admitted into the organization during this past
The club's first social event was a Christmas Crab Bag and supper. They
also held many other activities, some of which were: Valentine Dance, St. Patriek's
Dance, April Fool Party, and a few suppers.
Every member greatly enjoyed every activity olf the year.
The officers were:
President ...,..,.......i......................... ...... D orothy Twyford
Vice President ....,,.........,.,................. ...... C aroline Cypher
Secretary and Treasurer ......... .......... R ose Shirella
Sponsor 192960 .........,............... ..............,.. M iss .lay
1930 T QTHE CAULDRON Page 55'
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Owing to the splendid and capable direction of Miss Elinor Cook, the Girl's
Glee Club has proved to be a very successful organization.
This club has revealed the unusual talent of the high school as shown by the
success of all their undertakings.
The Glee Club gave a very appropriate demonstration of the ability of its
members at their public performances and entertainments.
The weekly rehearsals were all very educational and interesting, as well as
amusing, and were enjoyed immensely by every member.
This club plans to give many more entertainments next year.
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THE BOYS' GLEE CLUB
A club well calculated to develop in the minds of the students an apprecia-
on of harmonious classics has so improved since its organization that one may un'
lushingly shout, "marvelous" '
The club has a membership of twentyfthree musicfloving fellows. These celef
rities, under the knowing baton of the supervisor, Miss Elinor Cook, have fre-
uently blended their voices into song to provide entertainment for many programs
We cannot forget their participation in the operetta, which was a "howling" success
1930 THE CAULDRON Page 57
To say that our school orchestra is indispensahle would he superfluous. Off
ganized in 1927, it has long since proven its worth.
This year their services have heen immense. The classic entertainment
presented in accompaniment with the various dramatic activities ot the year has heen
of the highest type. This organization greatly added to the success of the faculty
hanquet, and its participation in numerous other activities was considered an ahso'
The organization has heen a trihute to the excellent supervision of the sponsor,
Miss Elinor Cook, and may such success continue to he theirs in the tuture
Violins Wztlter Jarahek
Thelma Becker 101511 DYfk5'C-T
Louis Derose Saxophones
Frank Ducato Charles Foti
Frank Suatoni .lack T1lYl0f
Frances Petty Trumpets
Richard Kolcun Myron Gehr
Raymond Pastura Fmllk ASIUUUTH
Genevieve Vent Clariners
John Duhrowsky Aiurelio Guilioli
Harry Wrmlosyii Tulio Lanfaloni
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"Tulip Time" was the operettzl selected for this year, It was a story of love
on a village holiday in Holland. The costumes were very elaborate and the stage
settings were both colorful and attractive.
The orchestra accompanied the op-:rctta from heginning to end.
Hans ,.......,.. ....,...................,.,..,,.,....,,,..,........,. , ....,...........A,......,, ,,,.........,...,,,,,,,,,.. T u lio Lanfaloni
Aunt Anna .,,......,,.,.......,........ .,.,.,..... C arolyn Kuhlman
Hendrick Van Ooster ......... ...,.,,...... H arry Garrison
Christina ..e...........,.........,............,.... ...e,... H elen Laughlin
Theophilus McSpindle . ......... ,. ...,,.,..,,.. Harry Schaffer
Ned Baxter ...,,...,........,,.....,.....,,,,, .......,.. R aymond johnson
Dick Warren ........t..........,.... ,.e..,,e.,e...... R oben Edgar
Katinka ,..,,,..........,e... .,........ T heresa Astorina
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HIGH SCHOOL PLAY
The High School Play selected this year was "Climbing Roses," a three act
farce comedy. It was n story of a family trying to get into society, but unfortunately
their daughter fell in love with the hired man. This added much mystery to the play.
Through the efforts of Miss Edith jay and Mr. Abe Laufe the production
was very successful.
Peggy Rose ............... ........... R uby Schrecongost
Maggie Rose .,.....,.... ....................,r..... M yra King
Hazel Sommers ...........i ............ V irginia Smith
Pricilla Prentine .,,.i.... .......,.........,..... A lice Moran
Mrs. Warren ,,,,,...........,,..., ,,,..,..... G uillimene Guyaux
Joyce Belmont .......w.......................... .. ....4...............,.....,.,,. Lois Slocum
Winnie Clarke ................................,..... ........... M innie Klingensmith
Jack Archer, alias Watson .,.,...,,...r ...,....,......,,. J oseph Marsalka
Ferdie Wimbledon .........,.,........,.,..... ............. G eorge Thompson
jim Rose .....,...,........,,,,,.,.....r ............,. H arry Wolosyn
Dryden Proonis ............... ..............,...................,... ,.......,.................... G e orge Luke
Percy South ......,,.,,.....,.4 .............,.4....,....,...........................................,.. J ack Hunger
Three Princes .r............, ............. J ames Sell, John Fuge, Albert Farinelli
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The Broadcaster! That peppy little recorder of all the social activities of
Arnold High has come to the end of it's 192930 career.
The paper run by an efficient staff headed by the capable EditorfinfChief,
Anthony Uhar, and advisor, Miss Jay, has well deserved it's bid for farne
The 192980 school term marked the second time Arnold proudly boasted of
a school paper. Despite the fact that this is apnly it's second year, the paper has
won a niche for itself in our school. We little realize how much news value our
Broadcaster published, or how much it would be missed if we did not have it.
All year the staff and practically everyone associated with the paper has work'
ed hard to make and publish a paper which the students and outsiders would ap'
preciate, and it can certainly be said that they have done it.
Every bit of news of dances, plays, and athletics was published in the paper,
thus has the paper proven invaluable as far as advertising is concerned. And as for
humor - little would be said of it for no funny incident escaped the eaglefeyed
In view of all these facts and knowing the popularity of the Broadcaster, it
is easy to realize that the Broadcaster has enjoyed its most successful year under
"Editor Uhar" and his staff. H
Many of the papers most faithful contributors and best writers have written
their last article for our paper.
'CAM I INTRUDING?"
"Am I Intruding?", a mystery comedy in three acts, was presented by the
Senior Class on the evening of Friday, April 11. .
"Am I Intruding?" is a thoroughly modern comedy causing laughter galore,
based on a mystery plot that holds the attention from start -to finish and comes out
quite differently from what anyone in the audience is expecting.
The 'action hinges around the efforts of Horace Vare, a wealthy business
man, to keep from being frozen out of the Bluebird Motors Corporation in which
he is a heavy stockholder. Blair Hoover, an adventurer, acquires some notes of
Vare's when the latter is short of cash and threatens to ruin him unless he will
sell his Bluebird stock at a low Hgiure.
Vare has been forced into a tight corner financially when jerry, eccentric
son of his comrade of years ago, appears on the scene. Jerry -is a regular rustic
toronado and sets out not only to save the stock for Vare but to win V are's daughf
ter for himself. This he does and the dramatization comes to a glorious ending.
The play was well enacted and well received. Congratulations Seniors.
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Earnest Rathburn .......... ,,,,,-,-, A -I Lawrence Davis
MUJOYY Vare -------"------ ........ C aroline Cypher
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Mona ..................... ............ V iolet Chickowski
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Violet Vare ........... ............. R hoda Singleton
Dora ................. , ............... ........... H elen Seksczienski
Dickie Waldron ......... ........... A nthony Uhar
Gerald Mays ............ ...,................. F red Edgar
Jane ..... - .... - ................ ........... B essie Michael
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The sun is slowly setting in the west. The evening of your high school days
is at hand. You, the graduates of Nineteen Hundred Thirty, are now looking
back with us on your four years spent at Arnold.
But we cannot live on memories, no matter how delighted they are. We,
who have graduated and gone out into life, realize that life is made up of tasks to-
be performed and duties to be met. -
We, The Alumni Association, welcome you into our ranks. We know that
you have ambitions and goals-we know that you are teeming with life-we need
you to help us carry on to make an organization which will mean something to the
Arnold of tomorrow. We know that if we were going back again, there are things
that we should do differently, and that we should like to have better possibilities for
So let each one of us, as we are banded together, d1:term'nc to do our part
and use our influence to help make Arnold Hi better year by year.
"I-IIXVILLE TO HOLLYWOOD"
On February 14, the juniors gave their class play "Hixville to Hollywood" in
the High School auditorium.
"Hixville to Hollywood" is a comedy in three acts. It is the story of Flossina
jersey, a small town girl, who wins a local contest and then heads straight for Holly'
wood and fame. V
One scene in the play is a faithful representation of a moving picture studio
in operation and is the most unusual scene ever done in local production. Another
act which was a hit in this outstanding comedy was that which showed the Hixvillc
Grange Hall with the Annual Bazaar at its height.
The play was one of the most ambitious undertakings ever attempted by a
local high school class, but the enthusiasm which was shown at rehearsals warranted
it success. .
Mrs. Chill ......,...,. Josephine Cappone
Mrs. jersey .......... .... ..,............ .... ......... ,..., . . E d n a Ross
Mrs. Hix ....,.......,..., ,.......... M ary Margaret Wells
Mom" Fish .......,... ...........................,...,. M yra King
Pao" Fish .......,...,.. Anthony Prokopik
Eliza Sparrow .......... ....,........... F rances Rome
Flossina jersey ........ .......... E velyn Brown
Henry Chill ..........,.... .......... B en Slomoff
Mr. Black ............,.. ........ L ouis Ciancutti
Miss White ........... ,.,.... E lizabeth Ramsey
Elaine .....,............,.......,. ......,,.. D orothy Raabe
Mother Madeline .. ......... Madelyn Bender
Whiskerino .........., ................ D ominic Perino
"""ffffff ,... Amelia Guilioli
Ka-tz .................,,............... .............. F red Hamilton
Camera Man ....,...,,,..... .......... F rederick Corey
Assistant Director .......... ,... .............. J a mes Ellis
Jean Garland .... ........... .............. G 1 adys Reese
Musician ...................... .,...... F rank Suatoni
Soloist ,........ ............,. ....... . . Helen Laughlin
Valentin Sisters .... ....... .... T h eresa Astorina
Kidd Sisters ................ ........... . ..Dorothy Raabe
Arkansas Travelers ,. .....,....... Ermine Cochran
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'LKing Football Reignsln A tackle, an end run, a punt, passfall these gripped
them with a desire to iight for their old school. They gave their best. and that's
all that is asked.
Arnold had a successful seasong however, the season would have been more
successful if the team had not been hampered by injuries. But there are two things
higher than winning a game, and they are Loyalty and Sportsmanship,
Below is a brief record of the games played:
Sharpsburg was the iirst to be encountered and proved to be our first victim.
The battle was fiercely fought, Late in the game George galloped to a touchdown
Then for Leechburgfit certainly was a glorious battle. In the first quarter
there were many worried faces, but from then on, the Eldermcn settled down and
put 3 brilliant battle. The line functioned well, and with excellence interference,
George and Uhar ran the ends for touchdowns--19fO.
Students turned out in a mass to see the next game, the yearly tilt with our
great rival, Ken Hi. Both teams played great ball, and the game was a tough one
to lose. Ken Hii scored in the first half. In the next half Gabrish took the ball
over for Arnold's lone touchdown. With victory staring them in the face, Arnold's
hopes were blasted when, in the last quarter, Heutchy, Schaffer, Galderini, and Ga'
brish were forced to leave the game because of injuries. Ken Hi won, but they had
to fight for it-l2f6.
The following Saturday, Springdale was met on their own field. The Grange
and Blue held the upperhand in the Hrst half on Nee's touchdown. Late in the
game, Springdale came back and took the verdictf'7f6.
Freeport with her "pack" was next encountered, and our boys were complete-
ly submerged. Heavier and more experienced players were too great a handiacp for
the Eldermen to overcome. The game ended with a score-200.
Playing again on our field, Apollo was our opponent. The Arnold boys
clicked beautifully at times but did not have the reserve to cope with the Orange and
Black. With the score 6fO against them, the Elderrnan put on a great offensive ate
tack, and George finally bucked his way over the goal line, It was a tie-6f6.
journeyed to Oakmont, the Arnold lads were victorious-7f0. The team as
a whole put up a battle against which the Marshall men were helpless, the line
functioned as it had never done before. In the last quarter Nee intercepted a
forward pass and made the touchdown.
1930 THE CAULDRON Page 65
Then Arnold bucked up against the justly powerful Parnassus combination.
The game was very close, but the playing of Koleva, Parnassus center, could not
be stopped, and the Crimson and Gray romped away to afl9fO decision.
A great HarfBrac team battered its way to a victory over our boys in the
final game. Our boys fought hard, and although they didn't win this game, they
made a great showing. The score waS l9fO.
Arnold has many more successful football seasons stretching before her.
There will be numerous defeats and off years, but the school has climbed to a high
standard in football and will rank with the best of its caliber,
Coach Robert "Bob" Elder is the man responsible for the high brand of
football and basketball played at Arnold. For the past two years he has piloted
Arnold's ship into the realm of sports, and he really has made a successful job of it.
He is a graduate of Penn State, and previous to his coming here, he coached
in the Northwestern part of the state where he earned quite a reputation.
During his stay here, it didn't take him long to establish himself as an idol
of the athletes.
In football, he knows how to make the boys on the line get down and
dig away. His system of secondary defense has functioned very well.
In basketball, the Elder system is notorious, and to mention Elder is to men-
tion Arnold. He instils into his boys that "Arnold Spirit."
In appreciation of his great work, the student body and the seniors who
graduate and who were under his tutelage, wish him continued success in all his
undertakings in years to come.
Pagess THE CAULDRON T 1555
RESUME OF THE BASKETBALL SEASON
' Shortly after football season, Coach 'lBob" Elder called the first varsity bas'
ketball practice. With Nee, Uhar, George, Heutchy, Edgar, Foti, Kolcun, and
Kuznicki eligible from last year's squad, and with Guilioli and Boucher added to the
list, Elder built up the most successful quints ever to wear the colors of the Orange
Stepping out against Leechburg in the opening game, the Eldermenp were
defeated by one point. The final score was 27 to 26. Uhar and Foti led the victors
writh five and lfour field goals apiece.
Aspinwall invaded the Arnold gym and toppled the Arnold quint, as in the
previous game, by one point418f17.
journeying to Greensburg, the Eldermen defeated the countyfseat passers by
a score, 14f12. The players were evenly matched, and our triumph was not def
cided until Uhar broke the deadlock with a field goal.
Continuing the schedule, the quint journeyed to Aspinwall, il trip which ref
sulted in an Aspinwall victory, 2344. Guilioli starred for Arnold.
In the second Leechburg encounter, Arnold again broke into the win'
ning side of the ledger. Arnold led the whole way. George and Uhar starred
wsith three field goals each. The final count was Bl-22.
With Kuznicki and Nee "on," Arnold completely submerged the Washiimgtoiw
Township team 42f9. Kuznicki scored seven field goals, while Nee dropped three
through the loop.
Sharpsburg was encountered in the next game. They also were defeated by
the Elder quint, 16f12. Guilioli led the scoring with ten points.
A big Purple and Yellow team came up from Verona and gave defeat, the
Elderllliiil another OH6 point 1918, Guilioli led with three field goals.
1930 THE CAULDRON Page67
Then came the first game of the W. P. I. A. L. season, and we met Ken Hi
on their own floor! Captain "Pie" Nee led the Eldermen to a great victory, l9f16.
His three field goals and George's and Foti's two were the scoring highlights. A
defense set up by Edgar and Heutchy was almost impregnable.
Murdock's fifteen points spelled defeat for the Arnold squad-3741. The
Burnt Orange and Blue played in good form at times but could not cope with the
steady, relentless dnive of HarfBrac.
Freeport proved easy for the Arnoldites. The score was 2843. Foti and
G+uilioli stood out as the scorers.
Arnold led most of the game but in the last few minutes of play were de-
feated by six points at the hands of Tarentum, the score was 24f18.
An extra period waS necessary for Parnassus to get verdict over our boys in
the next game-25-22. George's ten points looked best for the Arnold cause.
Springdale was next met. Nee with five field goals played a great part in
the 28f20 victory.
A week's rest and then came Catholic High of Pittsburgh-another victory
of l7f16. Uhar's playing was the highlight of the game. He scored five field goals.
In the return game with Ken Hi, Arnold took it on the chin, this time 2lf9.
A poor first half enabled HarfBrac again to defeat Arnold 3823. George
and Uhar led the Eldermen with three field goals apiece.
George, Uhar, and Nee plus an avalanche of field goals spelled defeat for
Freeport. George with twelve goals, Uhar with six, and Nee with three led the
attack. Heutchy played a great game at defense.
A reverse was met at the hands of Tarentum 21f1'7.
Avenging a previous setback, Arnold defeated the old rival, Parnassus-1543.
Edgar and Heutchy were the stars in this game.
The last game of the W. P. I. A. L. season was played at Springdale-an'
other Arnold victory-25'2O. Nee and Edgar were the leading scorers.
WESTMORELAND COUNTY TOURNAMENT
Playing Washington Township, Arnold romped away to an easy victory.
Uhar and George with four and three field goals respectively led the scoring column.
Vandergrift was encountered in the second game. It was a great game but
Arnold was defeated 2049.
After the Westmoreland Tourney, Arnold took Oakmont into combat. Kuz-
nicki showed great punch in this encounter playing a "heads up" game. He scored
five field goals, and the score was 2744. V
Journeying to Verona, Arnold won another game 32f28. George and Kuzf
nicki led the attack.
Catholic High was defeated in the last game on the Arnold floor, again by one
ALLEGHENY-KISKI VALLEY 'TOURNAMENT
Again, Arnold defeated Parnassus. This time in a game at the AfK tourney-
Advancing to the first round, Arnold played brilliant basketball and downed
a great Kittanning team. Edgar and Kuznicki played one of the best games this
Arnold ended its court season by taking a beating by Leechburg in the sec'
ond round of the tournament-30f1'S.
So it goes! Captain Nee, Uhar, George, Edgar, Heutchy, Foti and Kolcun
have played their last year of scholastic basketball. A great team and only one of
the two teams to beat the W. P. I. A. L. champs! When we remember this vic-
tory over Ken Hi and the two over our other rival Parnassus, we cannot help but
be proud of our boys, and we are sure that everyone agrees with us that Arnold,
under Coach Robert T. Elder, has had its most successful season.
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T R A C K
Q Immediately after the close of the basketball season, interest in track became
manifest. Although track was not recognized last year by the school officials, the
boys organized a track team of their own, having a fairly successful season, con-
sidering the material and time spent.
This year, for the first time since 1926, track is a recognized sport at Arnold
High School. The majority of the boys who were on last year's track team are
left to compete another year, so we are looking forward to a great year. Three
boys, the point getters of last year, deserve special commendation. They are Har'
old Howe, captain of the team and distance runner extraordinaryz, Joe Yotz, the
sophomore newsboy milerg and Cy George, who excels in the 100fyard dash and
the pole vault. These boys, with the other strong material left from last year, form'
ed the nucleus of a great ttrack team.
Some on the team will leave this year. We mentioned especially Captain
Howe and "Cy" George. We will miss them, but we know they will go on to
bigger and better things-earning new honors for our town.
Thus, we close the annals of the 1930 track team, which won many honors
under the direction of Coach "Bob" Elder.
QE E I
Fagevo THE CAULDRON
MY OLE STAR
QRED HAR'rNEf1'fr's CARJ
Of my old car they all make fun,
They say it was made in nineteenfone
Maybe it was but this I'll bet
She's good for many a long mile yet.
Her windshield's gone, her radiator leaks,
Her fan belt slips, her springs all squeak,
She rattles the nuts and screws all loose,
But she sure can run on motor juice.
If we can't get this, we burn kerosene,
And we've driven home on Paris green.
She's a rattle in front, a grind in the rear,
And a Chinese puzzle for a steering gear.
Her coils are dead, her plugs won't fire,
Her piston rings are bailing wire,
But in spite of this the hills she'll pass,
And all she asks is a little gas.
With other cars they give you tools,
Some extra parts and a book of rules,
But a monkey wrench and a pair of shears
Is all I've carried for the last four years.
Jack Hunger-"How did you get that red on your lip?"
Salvatore Marzullo-"That's my tag for parking too long in one place."
Early to bed and early to rise,
And your girl goes out with the other guys.
Mr. Browne-I take great pleasure in giving you 85 in Chemistry.
Wakie"1-Make it 95 and thoroughly enjoy yourself.
Mr. Carson--Miss Twyford, you have entered the debit item under
Dorothy Twyford-L'Yes, sir,'I'm leftfhanded.
John Acopine-"There's been something on my lip for weeks."
Emma Resh-"So I notice. Why don't you shave it oil?"
Charles Foti-"Her niece is rather good looking, eh?"
Robert Edgar-"Don't say 'knees is,' say 'knees are.'
A Freshman from the Amazon
Put nighties of his gramazong
the reason's that
He was too fat
To get his own pajamazon.
Prof.-"This is the third time that you have looked on Smi1:h's paper."
Student-h'Yessir, he doesn't write very plainly."
1930 THE CAULDRON 71
GREETINGS!-TO THE SENIORS OF CLASS 1930
To the Seniors of Class 1930-
We want to greet you in the true, neighborly spirit of com'
maradene-to take our place side by side with you-in initiaf
tive, forethought and faith.
From ambitious youngsters you have arrived full grown with
ideals high, and with an unsevering aim to supreme attainment
--you have achieved your cherished goal.
But the end is not yet-for like the far horizon that ever ref
cedes, your endeavors, your plans must aim higher with every
accomplishment-we hope you will never be satisfied with
Hxed standardsethat each tomorrow shall see higher and yet
We congratulate you-and wish you success in your new undertakings
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NAME- CHARACTERISTIC HOBBY DESTINY
lohn Acopine .....,...... Heartbreaker Cutting hair Barber
john Becker ........ . Self-conhdence Arguing Pres. of U. S.
Thelma Becker ......... ,... . .. Quietness Violin Home
Ruth Bender ......................,. .,.,, M annish "Bob" Chewing gum Matrimony
Ernestine Bongiovanni Studiousness Typing Stenographer
Virginia Bushnell ,....... ...... D ignity Oratory Latin Teacher
Violet Chickowski ...,.. Flippancy Babyftalk Helen Kane's 2nd
Ruth Cohen .,.,.....,.......... Seductiveness Eating candy Actress
Olive Cox ....,............. Slim curves Studying Clerk
Caroline Cypher ....... Blond Calling down 'boys' Divorce court
Lawrence Davis ...... Physique Studying Bookkeeper
Louis Derose ............ Beard Salesman Sales Manager
Fred Edgar .,...........,..... Prowess Girls Basketball star
Robert Edgar .................,.. Pep Soda jerker Accountant
Ierome Federbusch ........ "Huh?" "Wholesale?" "FederfSuits"
Charles Foti ........,,......... Beauty "Sax" Don Bestor's Orchestra
Raymond Frabotto ........ Willfpower Selling papers Pres. of the Dispatch
Olga Fritzky ............,...... Talkativeness Talking Marriage
Myron Gehr ....,.......,...,.. Deductive reasoning Debating Engineer
Cyrus George .... ......,......... M anly charm Athletics Actor
Iames Hartnett .,.,,.,........... Complexion Literature Executive
Mary M. Herrington Laugh Giggling Swimming champ
Arpad Heutchy ..,.....,...... Easy going Piano Organist
Mildred Hill .....,......,.... Figure Driving Teacher
Harold Howe ...,.... Quiet Running Marathon runner
Harry Garrison .......... Walk Debating Business Mgr ofthe Sun'Tele
Jack 'Hunger ......,...,..... Speech Chemistry Dentist
Adaline ,lacobus ,........,. Meekness Stories Teacher
Anna Kalinowski ..,..... Inconspicuous Studying Home
Nellie Keller ..,,........ Spit Curls Boys Vampire
Sara Kelly ..,.............,.,. Red cheeks Dancing Actress
Richard Kolcun ........., Actions Violin Basketball star
Iulia Laitos .,............. Popularity Dates Secretary
Verna Lloyd ..,.... ..,.,,.......... G ood looking Stories Cottage by the Sea
Nettie MacFarlane ......,.. Size Commercial Law Nurse
Dorothy Mains .,,........,... Fidelity Love Teacher
Salvatore Marzullo ...,....... Smile Chemistry Science teacher
Bessie Michael .,...,......,..... Dignity Writing Authoress
Anna Oatis ...........,,..,,.. Features Dreaming Home
Irene Pastura ............ Dangerous curves Eating Dietition
Mary Pituch .......... Silence Bookkeeping Stenographer
Emma Resh ................... "It" Snug Dresses Adagio dancer
Harry Schaffer ...,.........., "Harmony" Singing Metropolitan Opera
Ruby Schrecongost ..,....,.. Tandiness Waitress Teacher
lames Sell .....,..............,.. Diligence Observation Novelist
Rhvda Singleton Gayety Giggling Business woman
lack Slomolf .....,...... The latest iaz: "Nonsense" Blue's singer
Mary Stonecheck ........ Blond hair Reading Home
Helen Sekscienski .,...,.. Petite Studying Married
Lenora Thompson ......... Petite Smiling Married
George Thompson ..... Walk Mechanics Engineer
Anthony Uhar ..,...... Leadership Iournalism Printer
Margaret Victor .......... Appeal Dreams Oriental travel
lames Wakefield ........ "Snap and Kicki' Soda "jerking" Pharmacist
Harry Wolosyn .......,... Perseverance Journalism Editor-in-Chief Pgh. Press
l."'raine Wyant ........ "Permanents" Novel Reading Nurse
William C-'rntcs ..,... Bashful Radios Engineer
lohn Donahue . ....,.. Determined Talking Home
Pauline Moore r..... Talking Vamping Home
lvhn Nee ................ Flirting Games Basketball Coach
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4 WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF
john Acopine wasn't a heartbreaker,
John Becker did not stand up and fight for his "rights,"
Thelma Becker became a flapper,
Ruth Bender would develop into a "shrinking violet."
Ernestine Bongiovanni wasn't mistaken for a teacher by the grade students,
Virginia Bushnell wasn't so industrious.
Violet Chickowski could not "boofboo'pofdoop,"
Ruth Cohen loved "chemistry,"
William Contes "fell hard" for the Senior girls.
Olive Cox wasn't an excellent typist.
Caroline Cypher wasn't a dashing blonde,
Lawrence Davis wasn't a bookkeeping shark.
Louis Derose wasn't "Kafrazy over the girls,"
Fred Edgar would stop reading French for a certain girl in the library.
Robert Edgar lost his "pep,"
Jerome Federbusch would sell his personality "wholesale,"
Charles Foti wasn't so hot on the "sax,"
Raymond Frabotto didn't burn teachers up, y
Olga Fritzky would "lose her power of speech.'
Myron Gehr lacked "proficiency in debating,"
Cyrus George was not a "star" on the blue field of Arnold Athletics,
james Hartnett was suddenly deprived of his "crowning glory" fcatch onlj
Mary Margaret Herrington didn't say "oh cow."
Arpadl Heutchy battered the strains ofthe school song on a mandolin instead of on the "pianc'r,"
Mildred Hill "was talkative"
Harold Howe couldn't "run" up a flight of stairs.
jack Hunger wasn't president of the Senior Class.
Adaline Jacobus wasn't so uiet in class.
Anna Kalinowski would malke noise,
Sara Kelly wa.sn't so goodlooking,
Nellie Keller wore straight hair,
Dick Kolcun would cast his violin aside for the more peppy "uke."
julia Laftos didn't like "plenty of boy friends."
Verna Lloyd didn't crave "male attention."
Nettie MacFarlane wasn't so efficient.
Dorothy Mains failed to have a "steady,"
Salvatore Marzullo became a "sheik."
Bessie Michael's ideas on love and marriage were put in the Broadcaster,
Anna. Oatis wasn't talking of fellows,
Irene Pastura's laugh wasn't contagious.
Mary Pituch didn't smile.
Emma Resh didn't swamp Mr. Carson with questions in Commercial Law.
Harry Schalfer didn't harmonize so well with the boys on "Sweet Adeline."
iRuby Schrecongost received a certificate for "Perfect Attendance."
Helen Sekscienski couldn't lisp so sweetly,
James Sell forgot to go to the auditorium for his daily practice on the piano.
Rhoda Singleton wasn't eternally laughing,
jack Slomoif became serious and "cut the gulf."
Mary Stonecheck was caught flirting.
Lenora Thompson could manipulate signals with those big, blue .eyes.
George Thompson didn't argue so well.
Anthony Uhar couldn't delight an audience with his entertainment,
Margaret Victor lacked that alluring and mystic something in those dreamy eyes of hers,
Iames Wakeheld wasn't a great sport and full of fun,
Harry Wolosyn wasn't such an able journalist and writer.
Lorraine Wyant would fail to become the "Mistress of Monologues."
Miss Wilds would get married
Miss Crim couldn't direct plays,
Mr. Carson clidn't preach on personality.
Mr. Laufe couldn't tickle the ivories,
Mr. Elder would joke
Miss Bowmer hadn't charming ways.
Miss jay couldn't tap dance,
Miss Hankey cut her hair.
Mr. Brovvne wasn't "pickin' on" the Freshmen,
Miss Cypher couldn't teach Shorthand.
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A fantastic haze surrounds the crystal globeg it circles and swirls in tiny
spirals from the pot. Strange and indistinct forms move in the weird atmosphere.
A dim light from nowhere cast a gleaming shaft of pale green through the shadows
of darkness. But soon the forms become more distinct, and as the arrows of dawn
dart through the eastern sky we can see:
Ah! "Porkie" Acopine is clothed in a white satin coat, shaving the tough
beard df Mussolini.
And lo! The mighty john Becker stands fully recognized as Daniel Webster's
Miss Bushnell, founder of the Women's College of Elocution, is nationally
known as a great orator.
"Chick" Chickowski whirls lightly over the stage. She is Florenz Ziegfeld's
Arpad Heutchy is now the leading pianist in the Roxy Recording Orchestra.
Salvatore Marzullo has discovered through hris chemical genius a potion guarf
anteed to remove wrinkles from old maids.
Nettie MacFarlane is the leading instructress on weight reduction for stout
women in Bouquet Solarium.
George Thompson in collaboration with Myron Gehr has produced a book
on Science entitled, "A Safe Journey to Marsfi
Raymond Frabatto, through his pursuasive arguing ability, has secured the
position as EditorfinfChief of the Sun Telegraph Newspaper.
John Nee is now lecturing at Harvard University on basketbal.l. Hvis sub'
ject is, "What It Means to be a Center."
Dorothy Mains is doubling for Nancy Carrol, and it is rumored that she
is a potent rival of the little actress.
Lorraine Wyant has become the first woman president of the United States,
and her members of the Cabinet are none other than Rhoda Singleton and Bessie
Charles Foti and Emma Resh are the main attractions in Cecil De Mille's new
melodramatic production, "Love on the Atlantic."
Harold Howe has just completed the crossfcountry run, thereby establ-ishing
a new record.
Anna Kalinowski, Mary Pitueh, and Adaline Jacobus are rehearsing for their
new play, "Pushing Up Daisies."
Jimmie Wakefield will sing to Ruth Cohen fin their number at the Liberty
Theatre, "Red Lips Kiss My Blues Away."
Tony Uhar, graduating from Yale as an outstanding AllfAmerican gridder
of unusual prominence, has succeeded in becoming the Chief Editor of Spicy News
of the Hearst Papers.
"Cy" George, former star end of Pitt U, has just published his new book,
"Why I Am Cool and Calm in a Woman's Presence."
Olga Fritzky does a "Clog Dance" each night in the Arnold Theatre. Her
success is extraordinary.
Anna Oatis is knitting in her little room, her kitten is playing with the ball
of cotton. She is confirmed in her belief that "men are fools."
Margaret Alice Victor, a well known dancer, is visiting the Orient and will
dance for the pleasure of the Rajah of Siam.
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We, the Seniors of the class of 1930 of Arnold High School being of sound
mind, memory, and understanding, do make, publish, and declare the following as,
and for our last will and testamentg that is to say, to the following we bequeath these
-jerry Federbusch ............
Myron Gehr ................
-Irene Pastura .......,
-Harry Schaffer ..,......,
Ruth Bender .....,.....
-Harry Garrison ..,..,.....
-Thelma Becker .......,..
"Red" Hartnett .......,.,
-jack Slomc-if .......,. ..
Sara Kelly ..,..,,.,..,
Verna Lloyd ...........
-William Contes .......
-jimmie Sell .....,...
arguing talent to Catherine Moran.
"slightly damaged" Cornet to joe Yotz,
modesty to Doriothy Raabe.
passion for Freshman girls to Elmer Donaldsor
a mean rival of the lower class.
record of chewing gum to Rose Shirella.
"Heenglish accent" to Albert Bianco,
mathematical ability to james Ellis.
flaming red 4'-rnopn to Frances Petty.
"It" to Maurice Friedlander.
red cheeks and ebon hair to Marcella Koziura.
flippancy to Dorothy Lawrence.
appearance to Adam Reichert.
flashing brown eyes and "Bostonian drawl" to
-Olive Cox .......,...,.,.,,.............,. ...,..,.... h er slenderness to Myra King.
-Ernestine Bongiovanni .........,........ her typing speed to Alice France.
-Bessie Michael .......,............ .,...,..... h er "dignity" to Thelma Weston.
-Carolyn Cypher ........,... .........,. h er adeptness at putting boys "tio," and making them
stay "par" to Dorothy Wissingger.
-julia Laitos ..,..................... ......,... h er popularity to Michael Grayson.
-Ruby Schrecongost .....,,.... ..,,,..... j ob as waitress in the "Edna" to Marie Foti.
-Mary M. Herrington ..................... her comic laugh to Mary Margaret Wells.
Harry Wolosyn ...............
-Nellie Keller ...........
Midred Hill .....,.....
jack Hunger .,......,..
Louis Derose .,......,,,.....
-Mary Stonecheck ......,..
Lawrence Davis ,..,.. .. ..,,
violin no jack Taylor.
"spit curls" to Helen Laughlin.
voice to josephine Cappone.
dominant personality to Violet Murhamer.
nnonchalant gait" to Dom Perirro.
blonde hair to Minnie jane Klingensmith.
his bookkeeping efficiency to Genevieve Kaczkowski.
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-"Chick" Edgar ......
-Richard Kolcun .......
-"Cowboy" Eidlgar .........
-john Becker ...............,............. .. ........ ..
"ine" baby face to Laura Kuhlman.
pep and vim to john Dubrowsky.
artistic talent ao William Calderini.
brawny physique to james Stowe.
his ability to argue to anyone who wants it.
In witness whereof, we have here unto set our hands and seal at this place,
being Arnold High School, in the year one thousand nine hundred and thirty.
qseay MARGARET VICTOR.
qseazy JAMES SELL.
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3 Cooper Brothers 5
2 NDISPENSERS OF HAPPINESS" 3
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2 Contractors and Builders 2
E Homes - Garages - Churches Fred Broad 2
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3 Bridges and Cement Work lNSL1RANCElREAL ESTATE 0
2 Floor Surfacing , 2
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o Mr. Browne-"What is the formula for water?" 2
2 Jack Hunger-"H,I,J,K,L,M,N,O." 3
3 Mr. Browne-"What? Where did you get that idea?" 0
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2 FLOWERS AND PLANTS COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 3
3 Fresh From Our Own Greenhouse Corner Ninth Street and Fourth Ave. 2
3 15,000 Feet of Glass phone 43411 2
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Emma: "Jerry just told me how he expected to cheat the unclertakerf'
Cowboy: "I'll bite."
Emma: 'ijust before he dies he's going to bury his face in his hands."
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have to watch out for worms."
Little Boy: "Mister, when I eat an apple the worms will have to look
out for themselves."
First Party: "Is it right for a married woman to work?"
Second Party: "There is no use of her starving to death even though
she is married."
Miss Crim: fTo Seniors in Economics A classj-"I don't know what
your idea of heaven is, but mine is a place where it's quiet."
THE FORD'S 23RD PSALM
The Ford is my car,
I shall not want another.
It maketh me lie down in wet places,
It soileth my clothes,
It leadeth me into deep waters,
It leadeth me in the aths of ridicule for 1it's namesake,
It prepareth a breakdlown for me in the presence of mine enemies.
Yes, tho I run thru the valleys, I am towed up the hills.
I fear great evil when it is with me.
It anointeth my face wnith oil,
It's radiator boileth over,
Surely to goodness if this thing follows me all the days of my life,
I shall dwell in the house of the insane forever.
It was evening. Fred Hamilton approached a motorist.
'Sir," said Fred, "your beacon has ceased to function."
'Your illuminator, I say, is shrouded in unmitigated oblivion."'
'The eifulgence of your raditor has effervescedf'
'My dear fellow, I-"
'The trasversal ether oscillation in your incandescer has been disconf
just then Ray Johnson walked up and said, "Hey, Mac, your lights are
Becker-"Why don't you get your trousers pressed?"
Johnson-"Well every place I come to has a sign saying: 'Trousers
Johnson-"I want mine pressed on the outside."
John Nee-"A fellow told me the other day that I looked like you."
Louis Derose-"Where is he? 1'd like to punch him in the eye."
John Nee--"I killed him."
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