Business High School - Commercial Record Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)

 - Class of 1921

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The Commercial Record 11 60-DIARY Rl'TH Sl'Hl'lll'l'I Jolly and neat, pretty and sweet A nicer young lassie you never shall meet. Her law is perl'ect, her shorthand fast, As a stenographer, she will ne'er be surpassed. 61-SARA SCI-IWAIVPZ This girl whom we adore and love, Is a maiden with big eyes of brown She always has a winning smile, A friendly word for whoever is around. 62-TH ELMA Sl "I-lwlflli The sweetest little girl you ever knew Is our bobbed-haired Thelma of 10-A-2. Just ask the boys if you doubt my word, And they will tell you just what you heard. 63'-MARitiAlil+IT SEGARDAHL Here's to Margaret With golden hair. lShe'll hunt success As Teddy hunted a bear. 84-FANNIE SEIIJICLSON Our Fannie Seidelson of 10-A-2 Is the sweetest girl you ever knew. Her reading I will surely mention For it always attracts attention. 65-HELEN SHALL Tall and slim with curly hair, Is our Helen so sweet and fair, She is the talk of 10-A-3 Fame she'll win, you'll surely agree. 66-MARY SHALL Here is one of our little grey-eyed lassies Who strives for perfection in all her classes. She's good-natured and dependa- able. She's loved by one and all. 67-CAROLINE SLOAN There's somethng deligthful about our Caroline of 10-A-1, 'tis true. But find what it is, I am unable to say: The tone of her voice. or her head tossed so high. Or is it that sly glance of her eye? ' 68-ELIZABETH SMITH Betty, the joy of our class Certainly is a charming lass. With her sparkling wit. always ready to be said, Life without Betty would surely be dead. 69-IIIOONA SOIADIINSKY Here's to Leona Solominsky of 10-A-1. She's always full of lift- and fun. When she's around, you're surely bound To have a lot of fun. 70-.I ICSSI E S'I'0l ,MA N She'll dance and sing, say pleasant things, And keep us all in a whirl, She's game and gay, has pretty ways, Our little sunshine girl. 71-IDA TANKUS There is a girl in our class Who is a pretty little lass. She's just as bright as she can be. This little girl of 10-A-3. 72-ANNA TABACK The latest little dancer Is our little Ann, A very cheerful girl, And very spic and span. 73-JENNI E THOMAS A maiden fair and sweet is she, A studious little lass. Some day we will be proud to hear. That .Iennie has met with success. 74-VERA THOMAS Here's to the miss who's always alert, At "speaking" we know that she's an expert. She's very pretty and also neat. A sweeter girl you'll never meet. 75-l'0RA Yl'l'l'LLA Cora Vitualla is a dark-haired lass. With the big brown eyes of 10-A-1 class. She is in for all the fun When all her work is done. 76-4 'ATHERINE NYALKICR To say Catherine Walker loves en- joyment is quite right: She reads and in dancing takes delight. But if her greatest pleasure you would know. It is to be on the go. and she would have it so. 77-1 'LA RA XV l'I'l'Zl'1L XV is for Wetzel XVho never rode a pony. She knows a heap of l-Iuglish. llut shorthand is her "crouy.' 78--ROSE ZI1 DNTS There never was a better lass Then Rose of the 10-A-2 class. She's clever. generous. pretty and gay. And always smiling throughout the day. 79-I 'H.-KIKLICS ZYSSIAN Charles has a violin. It plays both high and sweet. And everywhere that Vharlie goes Fame and fortune he will always meet.



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12 The Commercial Record SENIOR CLASS HISTORY It is needless to relate the embar- rassment and timidity felt by the Fresh- man class when it first entered Busi- ness High School, January 31, 1919. All the members of this class assem- bled in the auditorium, under the direction of Mr. L. B. Austin, our principal. After Mr. Austin's speech of encouragement, followed the assign- ment of classes. As each assignment was given for the following day, the task seemed more and more difficult. Our hopes were blighted. Would we ever be able to make an A grade on our first report card? Yes, it was pos- sible, and we resolved to try. At the close of the year, practically all the pupils were promoted, for our broad intelligence was noticed by all. Our 10B semester was a remarkable one. At that time, the girls thought it was time for them to be grown-up, so they proceeded in putting their hair up in attractive puffs, and began wearing high-heeled shoes. How hard we did strive to abandon those child-like ways, and adopt new ideas. The semester passed quickly and all were anxious to know what they made on their re- ports. How grand it would be if we could only rank as 10A's next semester, just to think of graduating in five months. After an invigorating summer vaca- tion, we returned full of enthusiasm and bright prospects. We worked hard and steadily, but at the same time we had many pleasures. Among them was a Hallowe'en party which was success- ful. We also visited different places. At last the Freshman class of 1919 are Seniors of 1921. They have reach- ed the height of their ambition and now stand first-class in their school. With regret we are leaving our dear old school. We leave to our friends and schoolmates our best wishes and hope that success and good fortune may follow in the footsteps of those we leave behind. Fannie Cohen, 10-A-1 ALUMNI NENVS The Business High School Alumni Association continues to grow. Eighty- five new members were added last June with the graduation of another class, and approximately eighty members will come in when the class of January 1921 has its commencement. Mr. H. F. Wehe, '16, is now instruct- ing a class in Accounting I, University of Pittsburgh School of Economics, Accounts and Finance. Mr. G. C. Bodell, '16, has recently ac- cepted a position with the Hillman Coal 8: Coke Company of Pittsburgh. Mr. James Close, June 1920, is now employed with Evans and Company, Brokers, as Assistant Cashier and stenographer, On November 15, we were glad to have as a visitor, Mr. Charles Mohr, a member of the class of June 1919. Miss Dorothy Davis, June 1920, is doing stenographic work in the office of the Duquesne Restaurants Company. Miss Theresa Jentile, a graduate of February 1918, visited school on No- vember 4. She is a stenographer for the Household Furniture Co. Mr. Alfred Egger of June 1919, and Mr. Paul Ruckman of January 1921, are both employed in the office of the Through Freight Department. We were glad to have as a visitor recently, Miss Anna Altman, who graduated in June 1920. She is now in the employ of the Raphael Electric Company. Miss Edith Cohen of the class of June 1920, is employed by A. Schor 8: Company as stenographer.

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