George E Westinghouse High School - Sketch Book Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)

 - Class of 1929

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YW , ' ' UV!! WMZLM Www. 2gi?uM ' C23 X33 G Wwmzfkww fy A AT, X J BF Wgzib XLJ5 ld if 1 X W, 3 SLI Q7 ,,., l. if XDaEla'Ei I I . "W EF 0 0 K 5 X .. -' -Q A . S 4:4555 H- f, vi .,, 5' C - Sketch Book QU . V fi Volume Fourteen W f NG? W 4 l Number One it 2 l Published by the Students of I Y S i 'QV' Westinghouse , ,A ,Pa High School X' Sk Pittsburgh, Pa, fx ig. january, lozo " , 'life 122.5 4 ESS? '- A ag' 'I 5 Q 1 5 James Demafch fxtxx V, , - f ,JJ Y! ,Q , ,f 5-k - , l , g I 5 CHS X The Staff . ,... AA 8 -X Llterzlry ....,..,. ,V 10 T Senior Class .,,,,,,...., 17 gf School News ,....,,,.. 44 lk Athletics .Y.. ..61 Y :Xlumni ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 77 gXClVCl'flS6lUCllfS ...,., 83 "Wr,""Q Y V if -mf 4 ge GEORGE WESTINGHOUSE HIGH SCHOOL W. L. LE OPOLD ma INCIPAI 7 THE SKIQTVH HOOK STAFF Miss Evans Nr. O'Dell Adviser Advisor , Fr' , 8 1 X TI-IE SKETQI-I BUCK STAFF Volume Fourteen JANUARY, 1929 Number One Editor - - .1l.s'sistm1f Editor 1iIl.Yi1ZP.YS Manager Assisfaazf l?11.ri11f'.r.r ,S'c111'01' .Swt't'fi0lI - Literary Svrtiozz . - l,1l0f0gl'lIflI.V Art -illfllllllu - ,ltlLlcti4is Typist.: 511,41 jvslz on - ll r. Coyne Miss Robinson Miss Freeland Jeannette Cherry Kfiss Iivzms A1ltI1ItIfjCl'A' - HELEN ROSEN - SIMON FINGOLD - LAURA GATTO fEMILY' GRIMES MILDRED GEIS'I' MAX CAMIL - IQATHERINE HEMERLY - HAELEN HABEIQ - JAMES BUTTERMELD - JAMES DEMARLTHI - NIILTON NEANl,AN JAMES BACQN NIARION MCN may --S l LIENA PALMIERI H ELEN HABER GILIJA MARTClNlf2 f - 4 L JOHN ROEDER ASSISTANTS Mr. Hartlieb Miss Dickey Gertrude Wagliei' Paul Carpenter FACLTII1' Y ADV ISERS M r. 1 J'De11 9 9 4 THE SERVICE QE SCHCDLARSI-HP FUNDS T0 HUMANITY UL'l'l'l'L'Dl,iS ol potential geniuses have struggled through life and have died without contributing to the progress of humanity. Their names, scrawled on shabby tombstones, might have been carved in the Hall of Fame had only material means tor their owners' development been available. Fate often enough confers poverty upon intelligence, but scholarships help to mitigate this evil. Today few persons of genius are condemned to carry their undeveloped talents to the grave. The world, eagerly exploring all avenues that may lead to higher physical and spiritual elevations, is vitally interested in what each citizen may have to contribute. True, not all who are awarded scholarships attain fame, but they do receive the education which makes intelligent citizensg and the influence of one good citizen is ample return tor a scholarship. Besides providing a student with the necessities for the development of his faculties in order that the world may exact its due tribute from his life, a scholar- ship acts as a whetstone for ambition. ln this capacity it can not be over-ratedg for talent, ambition, and intelligence form the triumvirate that controls civiliza- tion. Romain' YOUNG 10 A LEGE D OF THE COAL FIELDS T H.Xl'P.EXlilD on a clear night when the moon was full. .lt was an experience which the Carter boys were to remember for the remainder of their days. Q The Carter family lived about twenty miles from town and obtained their living by hard work at farming. Farms were few and far between in that part of Pennsylvania. for it was in the anthracite coal region. The two Carter boys were twins just past their sixteenth birthday. As had been their custom for a long time. the two went to town on Friday nights in a horse-drawn wagon. taking milk, eggs, and other farm products to sell in town and returned the next day with staple provisions for the following Week. It so happened on this Saturday that after the boys had gone to town, transacted their business, and were returning, that one of them remembered having broken a pitchfork. ln spite of the lateness of the hour, the boys turned back and bought the much-needed implement. About halfway between the Carter home and the town was situated a large coal mine and a breaker where the coal was broken into pea, chestnut, egg, or lump sizes. This breaker, large and bulky, stood out against the sky. The road made a large semi-circular curve around this breaker and entered a wooded stretch a few hundred feet beyond. Wlhen the Carter boys were rounding the carve in the road, they saw a good distance away, beside the breaker, a heavy wagon tofwhich were hitched four powerful Percheron horses. Although it was nc-ar the often-feared hour of midnight, the two boys could see everything around :hem clearly, so bright and large and clear was the moon. This wagon belonged to the owner of the coal mine and was used to haul heavy articles used in and about the mine. Vllhat seemed even stranger than seeing the horses and wagon out at that time of the night was the sight of old jock Macljougal, the driver of the team and wagon. Jock was leaning against the back wheel of the wagon smoking his old corncob pipe. The boys knew jock well and, although they rounded the bend in the road with an unexpected and strange burst of speed from the horse, they called out a "Hiya, lock!" Their horse broke around the curve, shot onto the straight stretch of road, and went Hying through the Woods at an ever-increasing and uncontrollable speed. At the other end of the woods the horse was Finally, after much pulling on the reins, brought to a stop. "XYhat ails her, anyway?" this breathlessly from one of the boys. "She never broke like that before. l don't know of anything that would make her bolt like that unless it was seein' lock out there. ,Xnd say! Seein' jock struck me as mighty strange, too. I turned around and looked back just as we were llyinl into the timber. Maybe l didn't see straight. but the team, wagon, and ,lock had disappeared! "I reckon it's all pretty strange." answered his brother. .Xfter tightening the harness. which had been shaken loose in the horses' wild tiight. they started on their way again. Both agreed that seeing old Jock Macllougal leaning on the wagon by the coal breaker at that time of night was queer. Their discussion was cut short on their arrival at the farmhouse. No more of glock was said and the boys, not even mentioning the incident to their parents, went straight to bed. The next morning both of them had either forgotten the event of the night before or had thought it not important. They were soon to recall it and to remember it as long as they lived. 11 i At twelve o'clock noon the next day jock Macllougal was killed by his own horses and wagon besides the coal breaker. He was leaning on the wheel of the wagon smoking his pipe when something frightened the horses and they bolted. Poor jock was crushed and instantly killed as he slipped under the wheels. After that, the Carter twins always declared that what they had seen that late Saturday night was not the real ,lock with his team and wagon, but a prophesy- ing vision. Many doubted them. The mine has long been out of use and the breaker has disappeared 3 but many old-timers claim that if one goes to the scene of jock's tragedy on a full-moon night at that most mysterious of all hours, he may see old -lock MacDougal smoking his old corncob pipe as he leans back against his wagon which stands. its four horses motionless before it. PHILIP VVALKER ,?...O-i.,..- THE UNIVERSAL IINX T NYAS Dave's first parachute jump. The last one of the squad to try it, now that his time had come, he had his frequent premonition that all was not going to go right. His coming to Universal Flying Field had been more or less a jinx to both himself and to the other young aviators. He mussed up, somehow or other, everything he attempted. His first solo Hight ended by his nearly getting killed because of a smashed landing gear. The next time, he forgot to look up on the takeoff and forced another cadet, who was landing, to crack up in his effort to miss Dave. Everyone was required to make a jump to pass the final test and Dave had dreaded his day. But too soon the order came. VVednesday at ten o'clock Cadet Ridgeway was to take his plane accompanied by an officer and, jump! Although Dave heartily wished something would interrupt his test, VVednesday morning found him nervously sitting in the cockpit of his plane. His chute strapped on, sitting on it, Dave was waiting for the lieutenant and final instructions. The motor was idling lazily and he more than once looked nervously for the lieutenant. just then someone tapped him on the shoulder and looking around he con- fronted the business end of a "ISS" with a grim-faced individual holding it. Throwing a satchel in the front seat he motioned Dave into the rear one with a few gestures of his gun. Speeding up the motor he sent the plane bouncing across the field and made a nice take-off. Evidently this stranger knew how to manage a plane and more than likely the gun, too. He occasionally gave Dave fleeting glances while he sent the plane steadily up and on. Suddenly Dave began to see light. This could be no other than 'fBud Novak" whose effrontery had put him out of the Flying School four years back. Noy he was a wanted criminal and the peak of his career had now been reached when he robbed the Freeport National Bank and escaped with currency and bonds worth il5l00,000. Dave put many plans aside. He could not fight it out, being unarmed. There was only one solution-jump and take the satchel with him! Hitting a small air pocket, the plane gave a lurch! Quick as a flash Dave seized the satchel and rolled over the side. He knew he must not pull the cord before he counted ten, but knowing the occupant of the plane would shoot at him and probably ruin the parachute, he waited as long as possible before he opened it. 12 Suddenly he realized that he was making his dreaded jump. Even though he was doing it with greater peril than he had anticipated, he enjoyed it. Seeing the ground rush up at startling speed, he pulled the ripcord and was caught up with a mighty jerk that nearly threw the satchel from his grasp. Collecting himself he looked up and spied the plane far above, faintly sending puffs of smoke in his direction. He knew. however, that he was too far for much accuracy or: the part of Novak. Floating down a few minutes he landed in a field a few miles from the airport. Lieutenants and cadets now drove up hurriedly. They had witnessed the jump and gave a big cheer. Dave quickly related the cause ol his unexpected ride and they hastened back to the airport to call the police. Dave was the sole topic of discussion the next day. He had not only recov- ered the bonds but had made a longer parachute jump between plane and opening than anyone in the history of Universal Flying Field. Also Novak was captured when he fell, out of gas, in a neighboring state. Dave received the reward of one thousand dollars for the arrest of Novak. But best of all Dave Ridgeway had lost his jinx! -IoHN MACMINN H.-,,.O,.l This year has passed- I should be glad. This year has passed, But I am sad. This year has passed- How sad my lot This year has passed, But I have not. .Mn .Fri ha. v 1 : X 2 Tr v 6, ,i 1' 1 . dz . v 'Y ' 7' 4 Q ' 5 D P' Q 4"A,,!.,A"T 1 13 MRS. MALAPROP OVER THE BACK FENCE QAFTER HER v1s1T TO VVESTINGHOUSED ICLL, well, but Vlfestinghouse surely is a fine ediflcation. All of the scholards are proud to have such a diversible monsoleum in which to procure a spherical education. I'll bet that it has the best ghost of any. They should, with such a fme band and sympathy orchestra to expire them at baseball and football games. VVhy, my dear, they call their "kind to animals weeki' a courtesy campaign! Am I sure? VVhy, of course Iim sure. VVhen I was there they had signs up oi corns and other rodents on the walls of the halls. I guess I can put three and two together and get six any day. Of course itis right. I went through a cemetery and not in the back and out the rear either. VV ell, I must preambulate now. But, since you insist I'll stay awhile. Oh, yes, and I must tell you about theirvchemistry lavatory. VV hat? you clon't know what a chemistry lavatory is? It's a room with stone floors, over- heated water, gas, air under insistance, and bottles of acids like hydrogen and energine standing around. Since you still coax me I'll stay a few seconds longer. T he rhetoric classes were singing "That's my Frailty Nowu, while I was there. I didn't stay long because their syntax wasn't very good. The halls are made ot :1 calcancarous substance. Yes, halls-not heads. They are very shitty there. Scotch you know, and they put their legal tickets in the recticules made for them and send them down to Mellon's Bank for deposit. They are trying to get a 10011, 'but so far only have ascertained 99.4426 The students all try to get on the honor bun :-no not biscuit, not roll, I have it-I knew I could expurgate that word if I tried heartily. Each semester-you want to know how long a semester is and what it is? All right. Three semesters make a report period. .Every report period they are demoted to a class above where they have to study with more and more laxity. They also have extra-circular activities as the El Circulo Castanello where they learn to make Castile soap and the Science Club where they learn Math, which is short for Arithmetic. XVhen was I there? Oh, it was a Friday or Saturday, I forget which, but it doesn't matter. Anyhow they had ensembles. The Juniors were there. The chose for their motto "One for all and all for fun." Pretty good, altitudinious in thought and all that, don't you think? They had a cinnamon picture, too. Pretty good,-about a bird's Hight to the North Pole. I wonder how the dear little thing took a camera along. I have ambiguatecl enough for one day so I must pomade along home in a hurry. So Long. VVENDEL SHRAUER 14 The The The The The The ,Xre RETRIBUTIQN beauty of dawn just breaking. light of the sun on the hill. perfume of flowers iust wakin robin's poignant trill, mr by ripe rich tint of the cornheld, wild geese Hying high, gifts of the God of Nature, To such Mortals as You and I. The pangs that are caused by longi The throb of a heart that is pained. The dull ache that comes with the knowledge, Of all lost and naught to be gained. The havoc of deatlfs dark angel, The thought that we too must die, ,Xre gifts to the God of Nature. From such Mortals as vou and T. 4l.l.O ..-Q TO THE BROOK Dear little brook, I'm here at your side A favor to ask, a wish to confide. ROBERT CARSON As in days long gone by, T've come once again To look in your depths----the mirrors of men. Let me search for that face once familiar to me So happy it was-so gay and carefree. The reflections of youth-how blessed are they! The future From their Heartaches If just for From bonds 15 appears one long sunny day. vision is hid afflictions and fears, , and failures, that fill later years. awhile I could know that sweet peace nge Tcl feel T had gained sweet release. EVES STEWART X.. . A THE HARBOR The sun on the green of the slopes And the bay with its dancing rills And beyond, where the sky and the sea seem I can see a rift in the hills. Those mighty hills stand as a wall And I know not the world they hide, But twice a day through the rift in the hill, Comes booming in the tide. And through it too, my heart And my thoughts go out in fear, For while the hills shut the great world out They hold my loved ones near. Yet sometimes just at dusk When the mist comes in from the sea, There is one who stands at the rift in the hills And seems to beckon to me. AN Klwoglw- WINTER In each small vale, on brow of rounded hill, Along the rugged face of slope and height The dazzling' ice and snow lies cold and still, to meet, N WARDEN While covering all with mantle bleak and white. The stark and naked branches creak and groan Beneath the heavy hand of ice and frost, The bitter winds do shrilly blow and moan Like shrieks of tortured souls forever lost. 16 I Qi '.,,1, K 71 axikdz f ' 385 92 ,J I sg u w 949 "XL Q1 1 I L lllll? Q X I g i i fa x 1' 0 12-'Z ' v 'U 'Ml :cw JN' 5' Q4 '14 . ' I v i ro . Qkap' QQ? QM R X 3 YI' 0 pg' 1 ' f 5 F Y! A v, 4 X . Sv 4 A r Y 4 X' 7 , . 1 R 6,14 r L, NJ ,K 3 v xgfz A I, Q 4 N 1 P .al 4 Y .ak R 6 Q x 1 X 5 ,jf -yet 145 ffmf Sprm sfloufd - J U ., vanish with he- Rose- "Liana L 1 .Y2,f,.,' aT ouTh.s sweet Stenfea. menu 0 tj' .scrngt should close! J-A GY- .fy-,. ' efHgFnTfngaIe T at m tfue branches sang ' Vg' 4215 C LJ ' h wfsence and wF1iTFxerFI'own agam mf Ley fi 5 34 . 7,-ff wfmo nows Rum atb Q1 J, ,Law 'YQ' i. 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THE SENIOR CLASS S jANUARY Nineteen Hundred Twenty-nine QS' MOTTO This Ear and Farther COLORS Orchid and Silver FLOWERS Sweet Peas and Rose Buds MISS BRECKENRIDGE MISS EDGAR Class Adviser Class Adviser 18 IRVING DAVIES President of the Senior Class, Cabinet ' 64 Irv! Athletics: Swimming ,26, Capt., '27 and '28 Football '27, manager '28 This busy, dignified young man Is leader of our class, And by his helpful works has earned The admiration of many a lass. CHARLOTTE ALBERTA BEAL "Rusty' Vice President of the Senior Class A girl with many virtues A girl with winning ways- A girl with noble qualities Clubs: Girl Reserves, Red Cross, Big Sister Y And a friendship that never sw GERTRUDE ALMA WAGNER Secretary of the Senior Class V Class Play Department of Public Safety "Gert' Clubs: Girl Reserves, Choral, Dramatic, Big Sister She's helpful, she's happy, She's lovely, she's gay, She's always so busy The whole live-long day. WILLIAM DAVID HESS Treasurer of the Senior Class Senate Clubs: Hi-Y, Radio Athletics: Class Football '28 This chap does seem quiet, But yet, he can be happy And when hels really needed He can be very snappy. 19 "Bill" ROMAINE AGNEW Department of Public Safety Clubs: Big Sister, Nature Study, Girl Reserves Lovely in appearance, Dainty in her ways. Most friendly at all times, Helpful what she says. DOROTHY MARIE ALLEN Clubs: Etiquette, Choral, American Red Cross She can be quiet and calm But loves to laugh and jokeg And when it comes to doing things lt takes her but few strokes. DOROTHY MAE ALLENBAUGH Department Public Safety Clubs: French, Bankers, Big Sister Ever studious and busy, As dependable as can be, Striving for the highest goal, Helpful to you and nie. ELIZABETH BALDY Clubs: Big Sister, Orchestra VVe've heard that "Silence is goldenn A saying quite old and yet true. It certainly applies to this lady For she's quiet and yet shels true blue. 20 i'Craigie' "Dot' "Dot ELLADEAN BARGE "Deanee" Clubs: Big Sister, Etiquette, Choral Athletics: Track Team Shels helpful and kind Ever ready to serve. The greatest success lVe're sure she'll deserve. PATRICIA LOUISE BASTQNE "Patty Lou" Clubs: Girl Reserves, Red Cross, Reporters She's just a little bit of thing, ln fact, shels very small- i, But Oh! the friendly happy smile ' VVith which she greets ustall. me ORPHA GRACE BEAL Very pretty features, Laughing, lovely eyes, Smiles away your tr-oubles, Takes you by surprise. CHARLES O. BECKETT Class Play Department of Public Safety Clubs: Radio Athletics: Gym Team '27, '28, Baseball '27, '28 Tall and slender and friendly, A lad with Care-free ways. I-le'll laugh at jokes on Charley And at what another says. "Orphan Annie" ff "Chuck" 21 ELLEN ETHEL BEHRENBECK Clubs: Etiquette, Current Events, Big Sister A happy smile and loving glance An encouraging word for all. When you need a happy pal Upon Ellen you can call. ALICE ELIZABETH BOLLINGER Gift Committee Clubs: Etiquette, Banking, Library Very quiet and dainty, This dear friendly lass Friendly always? Certainly! Loved by all her class! VELMA JEAN BOYER Clubs: Etiquette, Big Sister With music she has been gifted, it she will attain fame. We wish her great success in it, And hope sheill make a nan1eQ ' SARAH ELLEN BRANT Clubs: Girl Reserves, Big Sister A friend on whom we can depend Wherever we may go. She'5 always there to help you on, That's why we like her so. 22 "Vell' "Sally JAMES C. BUTTERFIELD "Jimmy The Sketch Book Department Public Safety Clubs: Orchestra, Band Athletics: Class Football '28 Jim can be quiet and serious We know this as a fact But friends he makes with readiness For he possesses tact. PAUL EUGENE CARPENTER "Oompty Chairman Gift Committee VVe can't say that Paul is tall- We Clillit say that Paul is stout. The best are often quite small Vlfe know without a doubt. x Social Committ ' Class Play 1 ROBERT CARSON x4g O0Ps' Clubs: Eti te Athle ' ' lm'-3 of ase '27 This p lad ' lcnown toiexcel In 'ni ry 41 1 of action. An ac o 4 ay e so Tie da To our X t satisfa ion MARIE DEBOIS CARTER "Duckie' Clubs: Choral, Big Sister, Red Cross, Etiquette Shes very quiet most the time, You seldom know when she's here, But for her friendship in our class, Let u-s. her classmates, give a cheer. 23 A ROSE COSTA "Babe' Clubs: Reporters, Etiquette, Girl Reserves Big Sister She's modest in all that ever she does Or has or says or knows. One on whom we can depend Is none other than our Rose. ESTHER A. DAMASKE "Es' Department of Public Safety Clubs: Fancy Work, Dramatic, Big Sister Laughing and happy, Lovely and gay- This is our Esther From day to day! JAMES DAVID DEMARCHI "Big jim' Flower, Motto, and Color Committee The Sketch Book Department of Public Safety Bulletin Staff Chainnan School Reputation Committee Clubs: Math, Science, Radio Athletics: Track '27, Football '26, '27, '28 B1 and husky and serious, Plays football as you know, Always up in his studies, His marks are never low! JOH J. DIAMOND "Peewee' Senate Department of Public Safety e Clubs: Science, Nature Study, Hi-Y, .Aviation Athletics: Gym team '26, '27, '28 Johniile isn't very tall, We ust here admitg oesn't hinder athletes, o, n t the slightest bit. 24 1 1 AMILCARE B. DINUCCI Department of Public Safety Clubs: Orchestra This chap is a friend lVe're all glad to know. His music is fine. XVC know it is so! CURTIS C. DORSEY Social Committee Class Play Senate Clubs: Bankers, Math "This boy." we say, "is too serious, I wonder what's the matter." But in our Senior Class Play He showed us he liked laughter. SIMON FINGOLD The Sketch Book Senate Chairman Credentials Committee Bulletin Staff Clubs: Science, Alma,-' Si is very business-like, He has a quiet way, He helps in all our school affairs, He knows just what to say. JAMES KARL FINN Clubs: Aviation Athletics: Class Football '28 Jimmy likes a good time, School is last with himg "We are only young once" ' He believes with greatest vim. GCMeek!7 "Curt" Hsin crFinny-1 w 25- ELIZABETH M. FLEISHAUER "Libby' Department of Public Safety Clubs: Current Events, Big Sister, Fancy Work, Travel You never see her angry, You never see her blue, She's always smiling Libby, VVh0 does what's the best to do. E N CI-ILOE FOSTER "Scotty' lubs: Math, Girl Reserves, Big Sister l' e her when she's happy, e ike her when she's sadg id because she'5 in our class, e all feel very glad. MILDRED GEIST 1 Department of Public Safety "1v1id' bs: Dramatic, Girl Reserves, Big Sister A girl w on we cherish most dear ste ' 1 do hold most high. Has elped the time go quickly by. rough this gay last year KATHERINE R. GLASSER Clubs: Girl Reserves, Big Sister Weill always remember Kitty, Be the future as it may, Because she caught and held us With her love for fun and play. 26 "Kitty ALVAN PHILIPS GRAHAM "Al" Athletics: Football '28 This boy to us is new, As quiet as are fewg But in class we know His marks are never low. HARRY FRANCIS GROVE "Dynamite" Department of Public Safety Clubs: Math, Science Athletics: Football '27, '28g Baseball '27, '28 Track 'Z7g Volleyball"27, '28 VVork5 in every line that comes, Tries to accomplish much. He'll help you if he can, 'tis sure ' For, to him, school means just such. HELEN FRANCES HABER "Red" The Sketch Book Department of Public Safety Senate Clubs: Girl Reserves, Big Sister, Life Saving . ' Athletics: Volleyball '26, '28g Swimming '28 Class Basketball '28 Brains, wit, alld talent, Personality plusg X Capable, likeable, She suits all of us. GENEVIEVE E. HARMANY Gen" Class Play Clubs: Choral Her very charming person She carries with much grace- Happy. laughing, lovely eyes Offset her pretty face. 27 CHARLES O. HARTMANN "Chuck" Athletics: Class Football '28 Charlie's just a reg'lar fella, He comes to school to learn, But when it comes to havin' fun, He doesn't have to yearn. ALMA RUTH HEASTAND "Al" Clubs: Choral, Dramatic, Big Sister, Travel Alma jolly, Alma sweet, Alma. laughing, Alma neatg Alma is a jolly friend, One on whom we can depend. KATHERINE JANE HEMERLY "Kate" Social Committee Class Play The Sketch Book X e artment of Public Safety : Girl Reserves, Big Sister This little bit of ower e fou' want to n etg Many are ' t , Yet she's dainty a etite. FRANCIS HILLEGAS I "Fritz" ' Clubs: Choral Athletics: Class Football '28 School to Francis isn't thrilling, But yet he studies, too. Many are his friends, His enemies are few. I' f 3 I rf, V fur ll , 28 CHESTER JALOTT "Ches' Clubs: Aviation Athletics: Football '28 Chester's usually quiet, He has11't much to say, But when it comes to baseball, He's always there to play. CHARLES ROBERT KERR Q "Chicken' Clubs: Radio, Nature Study, Science Athletics: Football '28 If you ask About this boy VVe will say' He's all for joy. RUTH LANYON "Ruthie' Gift Committee Clubs: Etiquette, Choral, Big Sister Athletics: Track '27, '28, Basketball '26, '27 Volleyball '28 Happy, laughing, lovely! A pal, a friend so dear. Pretty, dainty, lively! lVe like to have her near. ERMETE C. LISOTTO "Beb' Department of Public Safety Clubs: Math ' Athletics: Track '26, Gym Team '27, '28 Wk: must say that he is handsome, This boy with smiling- eyes, He studies much a11d'lear11s quite vgil, VVQ-'re sure he will be wise. 29 RICHARD C. LIST "Red" l Department of Public Safety Clubs: Alma, Aviation Athletics: Gym Team '25 This chap is quite a gymnast He is a manager, too! He helps in all that's possible, Has virtues possessed by few. E H B. LYFORD "Eden Clubs: Choral, Big Sister School for her holds little charm Much of it does bore her, Yet school is a jollier place just because we know her so. ANDREW CARL MACCUMBEE JR. Chief of Department of Public Safety just the nnest ever This chief of our policeg Loyal, upright, honest, , 1 From care he brings releaseQ'O ' A l SAMUEL MADINE "Modine' Social Committee Class Play Clubs: Orchestra, Band Athletics: Track '25, '27, '28, Swimming '25 WA '27, '28, Class Football '28 'X 'Tis known that Sa1n's a swimmer, And 3-es! that he can run, But if you Want a social, 'Tis Sam who plans the fun. 30 BESSIE M. MALLINGER "Bess Clubs: Etiquette, Life Saving, Dramatic Big Sister Bessie is a friend VVhom everyone admires The highest she seeks- To it she aspires. MARGARET ELIZABETH MARR "Peggyl Clubs: Big Sister, Choral This dainty girl is quiet, She hasn't much to say, But many times she's happy And most unusually gay! DAVID WILLIAM MARTIN "Dave' Clubs: Nature Study, Choral Athletics: Basketball '28, '29, Football '28 Whene'er we have basketball Dave makes himself a name. And when it c-omes to football He does the very same. MARGARET MARTIN "Peggy' Clubs: Girl Reserves, Red Cross What would we do without Margaret To laugh away our ills? For she feeds us all bright sunshine f And saves us doctor bills! I 4 fi! ,Wa 31 A M. MARTONE "Gil" The Sketch Book Senate s Clubs: Etiquette, Dramatic, Big Sister he plays to please us many times- nd she loves dancing, toog But still she always does her Work, ith ease possessed by few. JAMES WILTON MATTHEWS "Toots" Athletics: Basketball '26, '27, '28, Baseball '28, Football '28 Jim plays basketballg Jim's never sad, ' And for his presence VVe're always glad. WALTER WILLIAM McCLINTON "Walt" Clubs: Radio, Aviation Athletics: Class Football '28 Walter's just a carefree chap, Who's everybody's friend. He'll stand by you, 'tis certain, From beginning to end. WMM FRANCES wMcMILLIN "Franny' Clubs: Girl Reserves, Red Cross, Big Sister We love her when she's sadg We love her when she's gay, We love her with a sincere heart Each blessed passing day. 32 HELEN ANNE MITCHELL Clubs: Etiquette, Red Cross, Big Sister Athletics: Track '27 Since she is always happy Her you'll like to meet. Also, we will tell you that She is a famed athlete. BEULA MAE MURPHY Boots Social Committee Department of Public Safety Clubs: Art, Dramatic, Big Sister She's a girl that we love- She's sweet, good, and true. She's there in dark moments To help me and you. ALPHONSE FREDERICK NARDULLI Senate Clubs: Math, Current Events Athletics: Baseball '27, '28, Class Football 28 A jolly good fellow With a great deal to sayg Always expressing it In some funny Way. AGNES MAYBELLE NEAL Clubs: Choral, Big Sister Athletics: Track Team '26 She surely Works hard- She is energetic. Her laughter, We know- To us is magnetic. Y fwiffwl 'V .W5l?5!"71-'Ziyi . VL . J 3' .g - RUTH E. 'NICHOLS Clubs: Library, Etiquette, Dramatic, Y Big Sister Quiet in voice. . Dainty inmanner: For these virtues Ruth takes the banner. KENNETH L. ORMISTON "Ken' Department of Public Safety Clubs: Hi-y, Choral Athleties: Football '26, '27, '28: Volleyball '27 Baseball '27 i 've heard -of T. N. T. Th t causes the explosions: , n football, here is a fellow If' 7V o causes the salirgqggiiotiolls. ROBERT PAISLEY "B0b' Athletics: Class Football '28, Baseball '28 First you see him there, ' Then you see him here: But f-or his lessons VVe need never fear. LENA G. PALMIERI "Smiles ' The Sketch Book Secretary of the Cabinet Department of Public Safety Clubs: Etiquette, Red Cross She is a dependable friend, VVe like to have her near: She is a typist of renown: At all times is sincere. 34 A ff l , 1 EDGAR PATTERSON "P2lffY" Athletics: Track '27, '28g Football '27, '28 lf you ask anyone about Edgar, All that they will say, Is that he is a football shark VVho surely knows how to play. CARL EUGENE PYLE Clubs: Science, Dramatic He's silent and reserved too, He always has a smile for you: And if he studies constantly. He will come out triumphantly. ALVIRA REA "Al" Department of Public Safety Clubs: Reporters, Le Cercle Francais., Girl Reserves Athletics: Basketball Manager '27 We're sure you'll like her, She treats y-ou pleasantly, Learns much because she Studies incessantly, HELEN RICCI "Half-Pint" Clubs: Etiquette, Dramatic, Big Sister Helenls just the dearest thing, Ever we will meet: She's a born stenographer, None can with her compete. S5 sie "I ix Y' x,' J HN CHRISTIAN ROEDER "Lefty', Senior Gift Committee The Sketch Book Department of Public Safety Clubs: Hi-Y, Orchestra This boy is a chap Who likes to have fun: But not until after His lessons are done. HELEN PAULIN E ROSEN Senior Flower, Color, and Motto Committee The Sketch Book Chairman of Campaigns Committee Senate Clubs: Bankers, Girl Reserves, Dramatic, Big Sister Athletics: Basketball Squad '27 Dearest of the dearest Sweetest of the sweet: Capable of each thing She does have to meet, uBettyas ELIZABETH SCHAFER Chairman, Senior Flower, Color and Motto Committee Department of Public Safety Clubs: Choral, Girl Reserves, Dramatic, Big Sister She's just the girl you like to meet When skies are dark and gray: She's always gay and very sweet She'l1 make you feel that Way. DOROTHY IRENE SCHUPP Clubs: Travel, Choral, Big Sister Earnest, dependable, Dainty and true! The highest attainments She has in view. f if 36 cfDot7x MICHAEL A. SCOGLIETTI "Selig Department of Public Safety Clubs: Aviation, Le Cercle Francais, Nature Stud Y Athletics: Track '27, '28g Class Football '28 Whenever you have a task to be done, And want it done the best, You can always depend on him, tis true To do it without jest. ARCHIE L. SCOTT Clubs: Choral Athletics: Track '24, '25, '26 Archie's a good fell-ow, He likes everyone, And he always believes In having his fun. ELIZABETH SERVICE Senior Social Committee Department of Public Safety Clubs: Girl Reserves She's always in a hurry No matter where she goes. This lovely, dainty, friendly miss Is action from head to toes. HOWARD ALVIN SHOEMAKER Class Play Athletics: Track '27, '28 Howard's your friend, HoWard's an actorg Of his studies Heis no neglector. 37 "Betty JOHN WENDEL SH RADER Department of Public Safety Clubs: Orchestra Athletics: Gym Team '27, '28 Baseball '28g Class Football '28 He'sit'he kind of companion You like to have near, Whenever your school-days Are lonesome and drear. SARA ELIZABETH SIMPSON Clubs: Girl Reserves, Big Sister Quietness, we are sure, s Sarah's chief virtue. heys here that she may learng Yet sheys a friend to you. RUTH SKAGGS There ne'er was a friend More staunch and more true Than our class-mate Boots To help us through. ELEANOR R. SLONECKER Clubs: Library, Etiquette, Bankers She's just the same as you or I Whene'er it comes to fun, And yet she does her work as well As e'er it can he done. 38 1 EDWARD STEEL "Ebby" Honors Committee Department of Public Safety Clubs: Orchestra, Science, Aviation Of his friendly manner But by his actions now, His success we foretell. I think we need not tell, My 3 HARRY STROUD, JR. Clubs: Math, Aviation, Science Athletics: Baseball '27 5 Football '27g Class Football '28 - Harry doesn't say much To show that he's around, But when it is baseball, He sure can cover ground. EVES ANN STEWART Class Play Department of Public Safety 4 Clubs: Art U I A darling little actress, A dainty little friend: She gives us her true friendship And helps us to the end. JOHN STEMPLE "johnny" Honors Committee Department of Public Safety Clubs: Orchestra, Science, Aviation Although lie's very quiet And nianv times most serious He's ready for his fun And can be most hilarious. 39 l E AE STROUD Clubs: Girl Reserves, Big Sister Sweetest and daintiest, Loveliest and dearg She has many friendsg T-o them she's most sincere. LAWRENCE EDWARD SULLIVAN at Helene "Red Athletics: Football rzs, '26, '27, ,zap Baseball '27g Volleyball '26, '27 Wheii it comes to football We certainly must admit, At any time or in any place, Little i'Red's" the biggest bit! MARJORIE A. TAYLOR Clubs: Etiquette, Big Sister Athletics: Swimming ,26 Margie happy! Margie sad! Margie laughing! Margie glad! Margie quiet as can be! She's a friend to you and me. PRESTON W. THOMAS Class Ring Chairman President of Senate Department of Public Clubs: Alma Safety So earnest, so loyal S-o friendly, so true! Success in full measure And happiness to you! 40 "Marge' "Press' JOHN N. THOMPSON Clubs: Orchestra Band Quiet, conscientious Likeable chap! He's Very fond of fun And likes to laugh. MARGARET THOMPSON "Peg Clubs: Etiquette, Dramatic, Big Sister This g'rl is a friend VVhom we hold most dear For future success VVQ have little fear. HENRY L. TRESER "Heintz Clubs: Aviation Athletics: Class Football '28 A good old scout, A pleasing friend, A boy on whom lVe can depend! JAMES CHARLES WILL "Red' Social Committee Department of Public Safety Senate Clubs: Choral Athletics: Football '26, '27, '28g Swimming '26g Volleyball '26 You seldom know when JlI11lS around 'He scarcely ever makes a sound But On the gridiron-Oh! Then, folks. watch him go! 41 K ANNETTE M.. WILLIAMS Net Clubs: Big Sister, Etiquette, Choral She's just a little bit of sunshine That brightens up the day 'Cause she chases away the blues VVe like her smiling Way. JOHN H. WOQICIKIEWICZ Department of Public Safety Clubs: Choral, Aviation School to- John is boresome, It bothers him too muchg Nightwork is uncalled for As it he hates to touch. OL VE A. WOLCOTT Senate e goes about in her carefree way ith a "hello'i here and there. You seldom see her melancholy, Or frowning in despair. ROBERT YOUNG Clubs: Nature Study Athletics: Swimming Bob is a boy we do admire, Quietness is his chief virtue, But when it comes to his Swimming Then he can show us his value. 42 W- VERONICA ZUEVICH "Zue" Clubs: Choral XX A fair and slender girl is she, From airs and aifectatfons freeg Her sense of humor is so een, She finds on every cloud a sheen. T ,.Q., JL GLS GRADUATION XYe stand at the end of the school-road at last, lt lies far behind like a dream that is goneg Our school joys are over, their pleasures are past, Hut iihey'll live in our hearts through the years coming' So keenly we entered the temple of Learning. Inquiring for Wisdoni, most precious and rareg And high was the hope of our hearts in their yearning To have in life's crown that fair jewel to wear. Bright honors are waiting at Labor's Gate. Go forward and win them by word and by deed. Opportunity calls you, so don't hesitate, For your service and help in this world thereis a need. Of course we feel sad that it now is all ended. Of course we feel sorry, regretful. and blneg But out in the world therels a wrong to be mended, And out in the world there's a great work to do. Farewell to the teachers so kind and so true. Farewell and Godspeed to each classmate so dearg May each one achieve what he sets out to do, May joy and success crown each coming new year. 43 O DAY BY DAY OR Tl-IE DIARY OF A SENIOR 1oz8 January 18: VVe elected our honorable leaders. February 6: The day we became Seniors. Dance. February 15: The,12A's entertained us with a St. Valentines Hall March 9: NVe entertained the 12A's with a St. Patrick's Hall Dance. April 4 to 8: "The Big Gang" was seeing our National Capital. May 24: We held our dinner dance! June ZZ: 12A-12B picnic at Crescent Pines-Oh! Boy! June 2: Community picnic at Kennywood Park!!! September 4: Oh! gosh! So glad to get back! September 24: IZA and 12B corn roast at Crescent Pines-'Oh! that corn and those weiners! !! September 28: We down South at home-46 to 6! Good start! October October October October October October 4: 5: 13 20 26 26 HS November November November November November November November HS December l2B's c Tough : Up to ntertained us with a hall dance. game with Allegheny at home-0, 0. Indiana to do some playing-ot course, we xx on-12, 0. -Up to New Castle's too bad-we lost-25, 7. : Big football game of international fame-12A's win against 12B's-6, 0. : Halloween Dance at Penn Lincoln Hotel-Did you ever see such costumes those prize-winners? 2: Senior Class Play-"The Patsy"-best yet-Spilled milk!-ow-ow! 3: Another victory at Waynesburg-19, 0. 9: Anot 16: Sect 20: l2A' 22: Our 23: City her step toward our goal-Peabody defeated-31, 0. ional champs-we down Schenley after a hard game-6, 0. s entertained 12B's with a Thanksgiving Hall Dance. Music Hall Assembly-best ever!!!! championship game at Pitt Stadium with South Hillsgsecond year champs--19, O! Oh! gee! lt's a grand and glorious feeling! 14: Kid Party-Oh! teacher! 1920 January S to ll: Stunt days. january 22: Banquet. January 29: Commencement and farewell to dear old VVestinghouse! 44 ON THE BUCK SHELF -io? :XII Old lfasliioned Girl ,.,,,,.., ,,,,..,,, N largaret Thompson Story of a Bad Boy .,.,......, ...... ......,.... H e nry Treser The Lady ..............,........,.,. ,...,.,.... V elma Boyer Six to Sixteen .,.......,,.,,.... ......... H elen Haber Huckleberry Finn .......,.....r.........,..,.. ,......... I ames Finn She Stoops To Conquer ,................... ....,....... A gnes Neal Here, There, and Everywhere ....... . .,.... Alma Heastand A Little Boy Lost ....,,,,..........,,....... ...,... .....,......... C a rl Pyle The Gentleman ,..,..... ...,..... M ichael Scoglietti Lord Jim ........,................... ..... ......,.,.,., ......,,. I a m es Matthews The Shiek ...,.................,....,..................................,. ....... S amuel Madine The joys and Tribulations of an Editor ..,.... . ....,,....,... Helen Rosen Tom Sawyer .......,....................,..,...........,..........., .,..,,... F rancis Hillegas Vanity Fair ......,.. 7 ........,. Ruth Nichols Being a Boy ........,,...,,... ............ E dward Steel Ben Hur ....................,........... ........ W endell Shrader Travels with a Donkey ........ ......... P aul Carpenter Lady of the Lake .......... .. ..........,.. Marie Carter Ramona .....,............................... .......Y. R omaine Agnew When I Was Your Age ......... ...i.,,.... D orothy Allen The Piper .............................. ..,....... I ohn Thompson Moby Dick ..........,,............ ,.......v.........,, D ick List Call of the Wild ................ ,,,.,.... D avid Martin The American Spirit ,,...... .,..... H arry Stroud Cadet Days ....................... ......,., H arry Grove The Show-Off .......,....,.........,.....,..........,........... ......... R obert Carson To Have and to Hold ,..,.....,................ Q .... .......... B eula Murphy Between the Dark a11d the Daylight ......... ..... ......, ........, C u 1' tis Dorsey Talks in a Library .............,.................,......... ,.,,..... I ohn Wojcikiewicz Passe Rose ................,,,............,.................... .........,.....,..... R ose Costa Toy Shop ............,............... .....,...,. S arah Simpson Alice in Wonderland .,.,..... Merrylips .....,................... Youth .......................,. The Deerslayer .,........,, Pilgrim's Progress ......... Don Quixote ...,.............. Little Minister ..,........,.......,,,,,,, What the Public Wants ....Y... The Aenied .........,................ The Circus Parade ....,..... The Thunderer ....,.,.. Jubilee jim ......,,.,.......... Brown of Harvard ......... The Plutocrat ....,.....,,, The First Violin ..,....... Gulliver's Travels .,....... That Man Heine ,,,1.1,1.. 45 ,,,,.....Alice Bollinger .,s......Bessie Mallinger ,....,,Annette Williams ,,......KC11U6lh Ormiston ..,,....,..Elladean Barge Howard Shoemaker ..,..,...Preston Thomas ..,............HClC11 Ricci ,.,.......Helen Mitchell . ........ Simon Fingold ......,Charles Beckett ,,...,.,.James Demarchi ..,....,.l-Edgar Patterson .,...,.William Hess ..............Iohn Roeder .,....,.James Butterfield ,..Alpl1onse Nardulli THE PATSY THE PATSY A Modern Comedy of the American Home by Barry Connors 'llbi THE CHARACTERS BILL HARRIXGTON ..................,,.........,,,...,..........,,,,.A,.......... ......... H oward Slioelllakel' MRS, XYILLIAM HARRIXGTON.. ...,,.,. ..7...,... G ertrude Wagner GRACE HARRINGTON ...............,.......... ,.,...... G enevieve Harmany PATRICIA HARRINGTOX ....... ........,....... E ves Stewart BILLY CALDWELL ............. ..,.,...Y C urtis Dorsey TONY ANDERSON .....,.,, .,,........,... R obert Carson SADIE BUCHANAN ...,.,.......,,........,,,,...,......,. ..,,...... K atherine Hemerly FRANCIS PATRICK O'FLAHERTY ....,...., ..,..,,...... C harles Beckett t'TRIP" BUSTY ..,,,.....,..,,.,,..........,.,...................,.............,.........,..., ....7,.... S amuel Madine MUSICAL PROGRAM Westinghouse Senior High School Orchestra RAKO CSY, Hungarian March ......,...,...,,,..,.,.....,........,.....,..........,s,i,,,,,,,.,.,. INTERMEZZO RUSSE .,........ STEPHANIE .,,,................,,,,,, FREDERIC MARCH ,.,,..,... ,.,....,.,,..,,,,,,................,.,.....,....,,,,, THE FACULTY STAFF VV. L. Leopold, ....... ............... P ri11Cipal James S. D-oods ,.... C. B. Kistler ....,.......,,............ Vice Principal Olive Schillinger Emma Steiner..Director of the Orchestra Louisl Haas ..,.,..,..i.... . Evan T. Ingram ......,....... Business Manager FACULTY ASSISTANTS ..,,,.....L1szt ...,......Franke I .,..... Czibulka ....,,.Friedeman ......,..Electrician ....................Director .,.....Stage Manager LeMyra Gillis VV. E. Crim Edith A. Simpson Grace Dickey Laura M. Braun Zella M. Breckenridge Ina A. VVilhoyte Helen C. Edgar John Coyne Millicent Leech C. VV. Thomas Samuel Madine Ernest Ciotola Paul Gibson Roy Welker James Butterfield STUDENT ASSISTANTS .Harry Demar Albert Bardelang George Kammerer John Roeder Frank Durzo VVilliam Grindle 47 Robert Thompson Richard List Harold Fisher Walter Mahaffey Frank Pitacciato THE UNIOR COUNCIL F1 THE STUDENT CIVIC ORGANIZATION Mr N. P. liish, Faculty :Xdviser ioi THE SENATE President .,,,,... ....,.. I Jreston Thomas Vice President .,..,AY,.,.... De'XYitt lxl-,sell Secretary 7,..,.......TT Charlotte McGlo11e CABINET Irving Davies Herbert Stone Lena Palmieri Ruth Strain Clyde Stanier COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Clyde Donaldson Publicity ..,.,,...,......... ,.....,.,.,.,.,,,,........YVYV,YYY........ ......f.-.4-,---,------- Traffic Regulation ,... Credentials ...,.........., Records ...,...... ...... Campaign .,............ Lockersl .,..,........,....,. Colors .............,,...,,,,,,,,. School Reputation... Rules and Traditions.. Honors .......,........,,,,.,,.. Public Ahfairs ,..... ,... Thrift ,....,.,...... THE COUNCIL Wert .........Simon Fingold l.........Ruth Strain .........Helen Rosen Camill ............,Esther Camill ...,.....-12111168 Demarchi .........Margaret Scott .,..,...Edward Steel ..........DeWitt Kissell Marius Santicola President ,,,l,.,,.. ..,,.......,...... R ose Serrao Vice President ......... .-,AV- r --Robert Ilifl Llnet ....... Secretary ......,,,,.....,.................. Robert Boyce COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Records ....... ...,................ -r.,.,-.r-. Colors ....,,,,.. Courtesy .......,, Delegates ....... Building ,..,,,..,. Grounds ........,.,.. Lunch Room. ,,.,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,......... ,..,,V,,,.......Y. ........YYY.. , Robert Boyce ,..,...Betty Lockard .....,,.Robert Brown Little Wyld , ,...... William Gould .........Willia1n Guest .......,....Robert ....,...,William THE PUBLIC SAFETY DEPARTMENT Preliminary period.. First period .............,,, Second period .,.,........,,,, ,,,,,,CgirI MacCumbee Assistant Cliief....,.. .......C2lrl XX nrt SQUAD LIEUTENANTS Third period ........,.,,,,,,...,. Fourth period, lunch ,,,,,, Fourth period, hall: ,,..... Third period ................, Slxth perlod ........,.r,,,, Seventh period ......, Senior Assembly .,...,, Junior Assembly ....... ,lunior Asscmblx ',,,,l,, 49 Nicholas Gasper james Demarchi ............Harry Grove .l..........John Roeder ...........EdWard Steel Katherine Hemerly ,lohn Roeder ...Michael Scoglietti ........Beula Murphy .......Gertrude Waglmer ...Gertrude Wagiier ............Lois Horner IUCS 1V ar Act nicul Cu U'21 Ex RECTOR MISS BRAUN, DI Secretary Vice-President President OIISOI M Club Cll .Xlma lr. jansel. Mr. NVOIHS l'rest in Thomas David Deniarehi Catherine Rassnius Art, Senior ...iss Freeland Sarah johnson Hezen l.ightf.ot Elma VVC1'11tZ Art, Junior Q,.i'. Miller Mil:lre.l Beal Dorothy llerger .Xviation Mr. Short Miltr n Yandall Bankers, Senior M '. Baird Herlert Boyd Charles Beckett Margaret Swartz Bankers, Junior Mr. Long Lora Lee Quai-r Charles Moyer Catherine Ketz Current Events Mr. Lantz Charles Knoder Harold Stanford Ruth Strain H L L V So C ll Debating Mrs. Parrack Clarence Benson Clyde Donald' n Adelaide Baclinlzln Dramatic, Senior Mi -s Simpson. Miss Dickey George Burkholder John Lightfoot Miriam Conroy Dramatic, Sophomore Miss Marie ,lohnson Olive Thompson Hazel Francis Katherine Sohll Dramatic, Junior Miss Hunt Grace Frazier Edward Creo Etiquette, Senior Miss Breckenridge Katharyi Schafer Margaret Haley Ruth Lanyon Etiquette, Junior Miss Breckenridge. Mrs, Ferry Helen Ruth Woo ls Sarah Finley Mary Alvin Fancy Work Miss Fischer Susan Donatclli Bernadine DeMareo lvillll-21 H9-USCY Girl Reserves Miss Gillis, Miss XVoodside Ethel Graham Margaret Scott Charlotte MCGIOHC Hi-Y, Senior Ray H. 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KIRRI'A'I'RICR ..... , ........., ,vlafhernatirs J, CLYDE AMON ............... ......... S oienn' LENORE S. KLINOENSMITH ...............,...... History THOMAS G. ARNOI.D ,,....... ............... H :story C. F. KORTNER ................,... Physiral Edumtion WILLIAM F. BAIRD ...,...... ....... C ommercial J. A. LANTZ ................ ........................... S rienrv KATIIRYN E. BEAZELI ,........ ...,.... G eographv IVIIILLICENT LEECH .,........ ......,................ H istorr NORMAN P, BIISH .................,.................. History GEORGE A, LE0l'0l.D ........ ......, M athematirs LAURA M. BRAUN ............................ MARY W. LITTI.E ........... .................. F renrh Dirertur of extra-uzrrirular artifvilies HARRY E, LONG ,............ ....... M athifmatzrs ZELI..-X M. BRECKENRIDGE .,....,... Girls' Adviser C. H. LONGENECRER .....l...... ...,,..,. I fornmeroial HEI.EN T, BROWN ...........,.....,................ English MARTHA R. MASTERS, ............ .......... L zhrarign O. H. BURTON .................... Physiml Edufation L, MYRTLE MCCAIFERIY, ....... .....,..... E nglish -IOIIN B, COYNE .....,., .......... E nglish-Frenrh HEl.EN E. MCCR.XCKEN ...... ............. L lbfllflflll W. E. CRIM .......,........ .......,........... C ommerrinl ALICE MCCRORY' ..,.............. ....,.... f fommerrzql GRACE C. DICREY ...........................,........ English CARL MCVICRER ..........,............,...,...........,.. Mnsrf 'NLILDRED W. D'lXON ........ Housfhold Eronomy jOIIN M. DINSMORE .,..........,... General Science JAMES S. DODIIS ..........,............,.......... Electririty ETTA S, DUGAN ...,...... . ............., English HELEN C. EDGAR ..,................................. English O. LEONA EIMER ...................................,.... Srienre RALPH W. EMERSON ...,.. Mm'hani4'al Drafwinfl EMILY S. EVANS ........................ Hislorv-English ALMA S. FEINSKE ................ Physical Eduration HELEN S. FERRY .......,. ..........,.,. S orial Srienfe MARIE I. FISCHER ........,..... History-Geography ELEANOR FREELAND ,........... .....,....,................... Y 41-I COR.-X CEERVVIC ...................... Household Eronomy LEMYRA j. CEILLIS ......... .............,......,,.. E nglish IVIARY E, GLASSER ......,. ........ I Vlatlmmatiff j. PAUL CERAHAM ......... ...........,......... E nglish LOUIS HAAS .................,.,.....,...... Wood Working JOHN A. EIARRISON ...... JOSEPH E. HARS KY ......... J. GEORGE HARTl,IEB. .. ............ ,.Sorial Science ...Physical Education ELIZABETH HAYMARER ....,.... ............ Se-wing MARY HOLROYD ..,.............. ..,... S lu-immingl HELEN HUNT ..........,..,... , .............. English GERTRUDE HUNTER .....,. .............,., C ommerrial EVAN INGRAM ....,........,..,...............,.,......... English RUBY M, JACK .................... Physirlll Edufation CORNELIUS B. IANSEN ,........... Wood Working CLARE LOUIS JOHNSON ..,....,,....,...... Cornmerfiol MARIE JOHNSON .......................,........ English H.ARRY A. JONES .,............ A1111'fl6I7lt1lll'.Y-SCl67l1'r' H.-XRRIETT C. JOYCE ....,.,.....,....,....... 4:-l-Writing CARRIE E. KIM ............. ....... ,....... E n glish M.'XRTH.A A, KIM .....,.. . ......,..Englzsh GEORGE T. lVIlI.l,ER... FRED VV. MOORE ,...,...... BERTHA A. MORROW.. AGNES D. lVIURl20C'l... JANE MYERS ......,.......... J. VV. O'DEI.I ....,,........ RUTH K. PARK.-XCK ........ VV. H, R.ANKlN ......., ..... AIIFREIJ RYTCH EY ...... AN NA M, ROBINSON. Mefhanival Ural-wing .,...........,............Millinery .......P!lj'Jll'!ll Edllfllllllll ..................f:U77l77l0I'l'iIlL , ....,....,.... Commerrzal ..............English .........lVIaf'him' Shoji .,...........................Spanish FLORENCE RUSSELI .,.........,. Physifal Education OLIVE SCHILLINGER ....,.. DAISY SHARP ................. DONALD D. SHEAR ER ..........................EngIish .,....,...l,afzn-German ....,..Mall1fmatirs ELIZABETH SHEERS ...... ....... M nthematics j. E. SHOTT .,,.,.......,..., .............. B iology EMMA C. SHREMP ........ ......... C ommercial C. R. SHULTZ ................ ,.......,..... I Iistory EDITH ANN SIMPSON ....... .............. E nglish J. L. SPEER .................. ..........,.......... S rienrv HENRlET'F,A SPELKER .,..... ....... S ovial Srienrf DONALD C, STEELE .... ......, T Wathematirs EMMA STEINER ......,..,., , .................. Musir INDIA STEPHENSON ...... ..,........... I 'llathemnlirs HARRY G. SWAN ,..........,.......... into Merhanirs CHARLES NV. 'THOMAS ........................,.,. Printing IOII N THOI- ,..,..,..,.,., I'orational-Counsellor RUTH H. VVILOMAN .............. , ........ VVI afhfnmlifs INA A. YVILIIO 'TF ,....,..... ........,.., C ornmerrial FANNIE P. VVII.sfu" .... .........,.........,....... S efwinn LEROY S. XVOLFI-A ....,..,.,.....,.................,..,..... Latin FANNIE R, YV00"S"'E ...... 11lllIVFh0ld Economy RALPH R. ZAHNYSEU .,........ Pllysirzzl EdIll'!Iflflll 51 THE ORCHESTRA CLUB I1 I l THE WESTINGI-IOUSE BULLETIN FACULTY ADVISERS Miss Klartha Kim Mr, '11 Q, Arnold STUDENT STAFF Editor-i11-chief .....,.,. Secretary ,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,, lztlitorials ,,,,,A,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,, .,,rr Exclian sv -,, - . ...... .........TTT.... 12B and 12A Activities ,,,, H I' eatures ,,,.....,,, ,,,,,, A Milton Xeanian Ruth Strain ,S Marius Santieola lL'larenee Benson Cecelia Golclcnlmerg ,lolin Roth jflycls Donaldson llierbert Stone Misccuammu lifeone CYlll11111lC lM1lclrerl Campbell Y lW'illfzzn1 Dick BUYS ------' Clare VVi1lian1s Yetta Cohen i , I Alfred Sturtz Senior Athletics .,,.,,,.. Junior Public Athletics ,,,,,,,,,, Safety N Art ,...,.. . Senior Junior Senior ,lnnior cws .,,,, AVYVV Clubs ,.,., Clubs ...... Assembly ..,,, ,,,.A. Assembly NSylvia Block lAn1y Davis l Tony Bononio l Frances VVeale Nicholas Gasper James Deniarclii S Ruth Strain QSl111011 Fingold Tony Bononio lNicl1olas Gasper l Helen Bruun Frances VVeale THE NEW TEACHERS THE HOW QR ROLL UF DECEMBER 6, 1928 ' Higlzesf H01101' IZIS R15'1'H T1-11215 IOB IiA'1'11E1e1 NE SOHN High H01101' If. Ci. C11,1R1.12s IiNo111211 IZA 51114111 I31:11x'1' -I11111as lD1sMA11c:111 I'1:1cs'1'f1N 'l'1111Mf1s IZIG l12,1 N N ICT'I'I'I C 11 1211111 lExN1zs CICCO Cmmc C11L'11M112 E111121. GRAHAN1 MA11czf11e12'1' IQINKL Mz11aGA111a'1' SWARTZ IIA H1Q1.1cx L'111.1111'1M:1.1. SARAH BIANIJIQXTER III3 ,AMES li11mN ION 'l' ll 121111111115 CLA11 K IC M1116 lD1's,11aT IGB ,11,11'1c R14:1N111-11111 'I.'11 121, .11 11 W1' 1c111f1f 951 M11111z111:1c'1' B.1L'1c11 I-31a11N11'1c HIER1' Lens Cusc1Ro1'12 f3LG.'X CREO ICs'1'111c1z SINIKJNS Qll M.11c'1'11.1 ,X1s1cc111o1'1'1'x IDo1c11'1'11.1 BI1T1-:MAN Rl"I'll D,1v112s 55 .X1-1u1N 6111111111 HICI,ICN H11111a1z , lf111b: l,1u11'1'1-'om' M111z1uN MCNAR1' 3,III.'l'UN NEAMAN M0111:1s IQOSEN 'l'1-1011 11s Ros12NB1..11'1"1 5.111.111 louxsox 141101111 HIGLE1' Is.11:1:1. I,c111'N112 XY11.11.'1 XY1',1N'1' ,111'1'1-11'11 Duuso M,11s1:1, HOLMES Q11-:c11.1NE IQETZ ,X1.1111 ME11,1.1KEN l,r11s lQ11Qs'1'1a11 l'I,111111' S 11 ULLL11 AN .1 NN11 XVILKES V N THE STAMP AND COIN CLUB THE JUNIOR DRAMATIC CLUB 56 GUR SCREEN DOUBLES Sue Carol ,........,A,.,,, Harry Langdon ...... Ricardo Cortez ,....... Nancy Carroll ....,.r.. Adolph Menjou ......,,,, Ram-on Navarro ..,.. Stan Laurel ,,,,....,,,,, VVallace Beery .... Mary Astor ,..,...... Charles Rogers ....., Esther Ralston .,.,,.r Gary Cooper ........ Ford Sterling ......... Lon Chaney ...,,,,,,,,, Richard rA1'lC11 ..........,. Douglas Fairbanks ...... Colleen Moore ..........,, Charley Chase ....,.... Buck Jones ..,...c... Louise Brooks ,..,..,. Patsy Ruth Miller. Emil Jannings ..,.,.,,. Conrad Nagel ......,... Hoot Gibson .,,...., John Gilbert ....,....,. Corri11e Griffith ,..,...ii Shirley Mason ......,. Billie Dove .......,... James Hall ......,,....,, Madge Bellamy ....,,,,., Ioan Crawford .,....,. Mary Brian ....,..,,, Betty Bronson ......7l Richard Dix ......,i, Fay Wray ..........,.. Leo Maloney ......,i., Ernest Torrence .....,.. May MCAV-oy ..,...... Irene Rich .........,.. Vera Reynolds ....,,,, ,Tackie Coogan .,,,.,,, - 57 ,,,.l"rancfs McMillan ,.,.,,,.....Ioh11 Roeder ,....,,..lirmete Lisotto ., , ..., Roinaine ,Agnew ,.,, VVendel Shrader ......,,.,Chester Jalott ...........Edvvard Steel v..,lames Demarchi ....,..Dorothy Schupp ,,,..,...,..VVilliam Hess Elizabeth Fleishauer .....,,.Iames Matthews .............Charles Kerr .,.....,-LHNVTCIICC Sullivan ............John Stemple ,,,,.....,......Robert Young ,,..Eleanor Slonecker ,,.......Francis Hillegas .....,.,..,,...Jan1es Will i...,,,.Helen Stroud .....,..Ruth Lanyon , ,,,,,.... Harry Grove ............Richard List .Lfharles Hartmann ..,.-Xmilcare DeNucci i,,,,Veronica Zuevich .,.,.,,.Louise Bastone ...,........Ruth Skaggs ,. ...,.i Alvan Graham ..,,,,Marjorie Taylor ,,....,,,,,,...,Alvira Rea .....Ellen Behrenbech .. .,,....,,,, Mildred Geist ..,,,,J2l1T1CS Butterlielcl ,.,,.....l,..,Edith Lyford ....A1phonse Nardulli ..,.VValter McClinton .......Esther Damaske ....,Gcrtrude Vlfagner .,v............Orpha Beal ..,.....Iohn Diamond 5 ' ,X Tl-IE 12-B CLASS lJl'C5lllL'llI ,,,,....,..,,,,, .....,,, L Sem-ge Burkholder Vice President ,,,,,,,, ,,...,.,, R larion McNarv Secretary ',,,, ...,,,,,.... ....,,,.. I c annettq Cherry Treasurer ..... ,,,,,,, ..,,,,, ,.,,,,..:.,, , , ........ ' Vhomas Rosenhlatt SOCIAL COMMITTEE Gretchen XYidmann fChairmanj Charles Beckett NVilliam Hussing DeYVitt Kissell Russell Gerhard Cecelia Goldenherg Gladys Montooth Ethel Graham Katharyn Schafer RING COMMITTEE john Lightfoot fCl1Zlll'11l2Illj FLOWERS, COLORS AND MOTTO COMMITTEE Milton Ncaman Cfhairmanj John Roth Margaret King Ruth Theis Ruth Clement GIFT COMMITTEE Charles Gump fChair111anj Robert Zollinger Philip Reiss Ruth Grindle l7lm'cncc lvl-118011 58 THE QNES WE KNQW THE BEST OE ALL Best Best natured person ..s.... actor, ..,..,.,........... Tallest girl ..,.... Shortest girl .....s. Best Best Best Best Best XVitti Most Most Best Most Best Most Best musician .,.,,,, swimmer, ,,...,..,,. H football player .,.. baseball player .... typist .,i, .......,,,,,i.. est ....,,,,,,.....,,e,, optimistic ......... pessimistic ,....,. man-hater ......,.,,,,. easily infatuated executive ..,. ..,......,, business-like ...,,., actress. ,,...,........ .. Biggest gum chewer ,,,. , Quietesb i..................... v. Most Most Best Most Most Most talkative ..i........,, sociable ..,......,...... all-around girl .,,,...., artistic .... A ...,,,,.. .. mischievous ....... studious .....,, Fussiest ..,...... .,.. . ,. Sleep Best Best Most Meek Most Talle iest ................,, .,.. battler .... - ...,............. basketball player flapper-like ,....,,,.... est ..................,......... efficient editmi.. st boy ..........,.....,.... Smallest boy .......... , Most agreeable ....i,,, Snappiest ................. Most Iollie Most audacious ....... st ....... .. ....... carefree ........ Busiest ........,........, The The First ,..... Last ...,... 0l 59 ..,,,,Gertrude Wlagner ,Howard Shoemaker ,,r,....n,.....Sarah Brant ,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,Rose Costa .,.n,.S3l1lLlCl Madine .,,,..,,.....Irving Davies Kenneth Ormiston ,,,,,....Robert Paisley ,......Lena Palmieri i,......Curtis Dorsey ........Charlotte Beal .........,Helen Foster ,,,,..Elizabeth Baldy .,.,,,Elizabeth Schafer .,....Carl MacCumbee ..,......,Simon Fingold Stewart ..........Robert Carson ..,...Margaret Marr Grove ........Katherine Hemerly r..,,........,,Helen Haber .....,...Beula Murphy .,..,.,....Paul Carpenter ,.....,.......Preston Thomas Dorothy Allenbaugh .,,,,.,....Olive VVolcott ........Archie Scott .m.,,,...,...Dave Martin .. Genevieve H armony ,,..Katherine Glasser ,..........,Helen Rosen ,.....Charles Beckett ,........J0hn Diamond ..,,,i,,Alice Bollinger .,.....,.....,..Gilda Martone ,..John Wojcikiexn'icz ...,....Margaret Martin ,.....l-Edgar Patterson ...,...Robert Paisley ,.,....,Romaine Agnew .......VCr0nica Zuevich THE ROMAN LIFE CLUB ATHLETIC S 66 Q9 H9716 X. '3 TN 9 5 SQUAD THE FOOTBALL A 1 11 M lff 1 V,., , 'fun an ,, "' w i f .I fb a l .3 i'zs3 's - 31 r ,X 1, -gtk' 1- ' 1+ fgliirl ,""" ff Elk 53152 ggiwkqsiisgffgifwe BUYS' ATHLETICS 0 FOCTBALL For the second consecutiye time Xl'estinghouse occupies the top perch in the City Scholastic League. l'ro's material this year was in line condition, only live out of the thirteen receiving Hrst team letters last year being lost by graduation or by the four year rule. This team, although it did not make quite as an im- pressive record as last year. was up against much stronger ball teams. XYe opened the season by easily defeating South High. This contest revealed a very powerful, well-coached team. From the start llestiughouse scored with ease, but South remained an ever present threat. The South line. due to speed in closing in, easily blocked one of lilotz's kicks and then scored in the first period. ln the second quarter our second team also piled up convincing gains against South. The game was featured by Matoney's open held running. In the second game, that with Allegheny. our boys finally pulled through with a scoreless tie. Matoney's long run in the first half and Urmiston's line plunging were the outstanding features of the game. Patterson and Reilly of 'xYestinghouse along with Nee and Mundy of Allegheny displayed real ability. Next week lYestinghouse traveled to lndiana to show them some real foot- ball. lndiana's team was a trifle lighter and faster than ours and represented their best team for some years. XYestinghouse, however. played straight football which was marked here and there by line plunges by Ormiston. Patterson was the real defensive star of the game and Nowe a close second. .Xt the end of the game lllestinghouse had scored two touchdowns to none for Indiana. Un Saturday, October 20. XN'estinghouse journeyed to New Castle. Nly. but were those New Castle fellows classy! The "Bulldog" put up a terrific battle against the New Castle outtit. l.ate in the fourth quarter the Silyer Lakers 63 THE SENIOR GYM TEAM THE JUNIOR GYM TEAM 64 dented the enemy's goal line after a sensational forward pass of Ware to Matoney for a gain of forty-seven yards. Qrmiston, playing the part of a battering ram, hit the line for a gain of one foot and incidently a touchdown. Burklrolderls toe then added the extra point. The powerful New Castle team represented the greatest high school foot- ball team that VVestingouse fans have seen for many a day. They outweighed our fellows and launched attack after attack on our line. Nevertheless, the fighting spirit of Westinghouse lasted until the whistle blew. However, New Castles margin of victory Qthree touchdownsjwas quite enough. p Vtfestinghouse neift took on Fifth Avenue High for what looked to be a very one-sided tilt. fW'ith the third team in action the game was still 0-O until the middle of the third quarter. Then Pro put ia his second team,'. which was not sufficiently warmed up and which permitted Fifth to place the ball in scoring position just as therthird quarter came to a close. The first team,was rushed in. But the damage was done and Fifth Avenue scored, failing to kick the point after touchdown. Vtfestinghouse then launched the offensive which netted them 27 points. On Saturday afternoon, November 3rd, VVestinghouse again traveled out of town and took on Waynesburg in a fairly easy encounter. The game was all ours with Waynesburg failing to threaten the Westinghouse goal. The small score proves the gameness of their opponents. Then came the first of the three big tests of the season when Westinghouse niet Peabody, the conqueror of Schenley, in what promised to be a tight game with Westinghouse slightly the underdog. The home boys, however, won a decisive victory. From start to finish Westinghouse proved to be the master of the fray. The Bulldog scored in the early minutes of play with Klotz catching a forward pass from Ware. Then the line and backfield worked as one. Westing- house piled up almost five times as many first downs as Peabody and the final score, 31-O, indicated the classiness of VVestinghouse's offense. Qrmiston cannot be praised too much for his beautiful kicks, sweeping end runs, and unstoppable line plunges. Patterson, Reilly, and Stanford starred defensively. Peabodyis team deserves mention for their gameness. They fought with all their might until the final whistle. Captain Chisler played beautiful football and made a number of fine tackles. Schenley was next defeated by a score of 6-0, repeating last year's decision. Coach Burton's team fully deserved their victory for they made thirteen first downs, which were evenly distributed throughout the game, to three for the Herron Hillers, which were all made in the second quarter. The touchdown was made by Ormiston who went over the goal line from the two-yard mark. He fumbled, but the ball was recovered by Joe VVare for the decisive score. The magnificent XVestinghouse line held Joe Mihm as if he were a child, instead of XValter Gross's highly touted fullback. The defense of Tom Slusser, left end, who caught a fifteen-yard passg of Rand Newby, center, and the punting of Dave Brown were the brakes that held the Bull-dog in check. Qrmiston and Patterson showed all-scholastic form once more, with Klotz, Ware, and Reilly also playing a top-notch game. This game decided the Championship of Section 65 THE SOCCER TEAM One and entitled XYestinghouse to meet South Hills in the final game of the season. And so on a cold Friday late in November, the Bulldog with all of its many supporters started for the Pitt Stadium to see what South Hills had to say about our being champions. The South Hills gang presented plenty of color, but their cheers were drowned out by those of Vkfestinghouse. T hrills-a-plenty made our hearts beat faster and warmed us through and through. VVestinghouse kicked off with Captain Reilly showing that besides being one of the best tackles in the city he is also a clever kick-off man. After South Hills had lost the ball on downs. XVestinghouse launched an offensive that easily scored a touchdown. However, the kick for the extra point was bad. In the second quarter the South Hills team found itself and threatened to score. However, Vfestinghouse held them for four downs within a couple yards of the goal line. ln the third quarter, XYestinghouse again placed the ball within scoring distances, but was held for eight downs. Then came the fourth quarter. The tired South Hills lads were no match for our bovs who were still in the pink of condition and who proceeded to punch the ball over for fifteen points by a Vllare-to-Matoney pass, and by the slashing line plunging of Ormiston. The second team was then sent into the fray and proceeded to show some nice form. Schaltenbrand caught a pass which seemed to be far out of his reach, and the Demarchis and Gaghagen also performed well. Ormiston. Patterson, Reilly, Matoney, and Stanford closed their football careers at Xlestinghouse in a blaze of glory. Thus the great llestinghouse machine closed its season, tied only by Allegheny, beaten and out- Classed only by New Castle. T110 SUCISOTZTS Scores W. H. S. Of1j201w11fs 46 South 6 O Allegheny O 12 Indiana , O 7 New Castle 25 27 Fifth Ave. 6 19 XN'aynesburg O 31 Peabody O 6 Schenley O 19 South Hills O On Thursday, December 13, the Vliestinghouse boys were formally escorted to the Chamber of Commerce where thev sat down to a banquet with Harpster and his Carnegie Tech team just as last year they had sat with Gibby VVelch and the Pitt outht. They were also for the second time given the Chamber of Com- merce trophy which must be won a third time for permanent possession. The team was also presented for a second time with another trophy that is presented to the champions of the city league. This trophy must be Won another time to secure permanent ownership of it. First team letters were awarded to Burkholder, Reilly, Nowe, blames Demarchi, Patterson, Mayberry, Klotz, Matoney, Ormiston, Hill, Dye, VVare, Stanford, llurzo, and Davies fmanagerj. Modified letters were given to McCabe, Gag- hagen, Doney, Schaltenbrand, Dave Demarchi, Mcllveen, and Wloods. On the all-city teams as listed by the press of Pittsburgh, Patterson, Reilly, and Ormiston received first team honorsg Mayberry and Stanford, seconds and Klotz and VV are, honorable mention. Patterson won the honor of being picked on' the second team of the all XY. P. 1. A. L. which is also selected by Pittsburgh newspaper experts. Ormiston received honorable mention. 67 THE SENIOR SWIMMING TEAM THE JUNIOR SWIMMING TEAM 68 SOCCER The soccer team, coached by Mr. Harsky. enjoyed a very successful season. ln 1923 the first year of the game in the city schools, Vlfestinghouse Won only one of its games. Soccer was then dropped until 1925 when another attempt was made to make it a go, Vlfestinghouse again making a feeble showing. In 1926 the team showed signs of improvement and in 1927 was defeated only in the play-off for the championship. This year VVestinghouse lost out in the semi-linxals. T110 Scores 1 VV. H. S. ' Oppozzenfs nv' 4 Liberty O 2 Alderdice O 2 Gladstone 1 1 Baxter O 2 Schenley 0 2 Peabody 1 0 South Hills 1 Letters were awarded to Captain julius Aloe, jack Miller, George Miller, Zakrovsky, Fleming, Goodall, Colaizzi, Sapienza, Beckett, Carson, Vlfaugaman, McNeillie, Peake, and Faas. Modified letters were awarded to Wfilliam Matthews, Erikson, VVatkins, Collin, Corsa, and George Matthews. ,v- O-Ql,-, .. SENIOR GYMNASTICS The Senior Gym team after winning the championship five years in suc- cession, started the season with only four letter men, Capt. Grindle, Fischer, Diamond, and Vitulla and a few additions from last year's junior team. They captured three of the dual meets in which they competed. The scores were: W. H. S. Of?P07'Z67ZfS 215 Alderdice 156 E6 2262 Fifth 19916 231 Schenley 233 182 South Hills 230 265 Peabody 242 On December 13, the final meet found Yllestinghouse in first place. The team scores were: XVestinghouse 519.8 South Hills 516.8 Schenley 456.6 Peabody 456 The event scores were: f XY. H. S. South Hills lieabodv 1 1 Schenley RZ f.. 5 3wQarallels ' 130.8 H 133.3 7525.4 127.5 Horse 131 137.6 121.1 130.5 High Bar A 123.4 117.2 95.5 113.1 Mats 134.6 95.3 114 95.3 69 Xwf? x THE LIFE SAVING CLUB Individual places were as follows: High I-lar Kuccera CS. HJ Fisher tXVest.j Geiger Clialstonj Ferrero CS. HQ Mats Grindle fVVest.j Kirkpatrick f5chenlc Vitulla f1Yest,j Diamond l1Yest.j XD 38.5 38.1 35.1 33 36.6 35.5 3-1.6 34.4 Parallel Bars Kuccera CS. HJ Fisher CXVest.j . .Ferrero CS. H.j Getting CSchenleyj Home Fitzgerald Getting CSchenleyj liuecera C1Vest.j 1Yilliams fVYest.j 37.4 35.9 35.7 33.3 38 36.4 35.7 34.4 ..t..O,i IUNIOR GYMNASTICS The juniors won over Taylor .-Xlderdice, Filth Avenue, Gladstone, and 1i'ealJody, competing in several dual and triple meets. The team was com- posed of Captain Cappazoli, Carter, Bezilla, Boyle, and Rock. The scores of their meets were as follows: ll' H. S. Ofrpowilzts 165 Alderdice 171 197 Fifth Avenue 187 Gladstone Forfeit 26-1 Peabody 244 They came out iirst in the championship meet. The scores were: Vllestinghouse 383.9 Gladstone 363.1 Latimer 328 South Hills 324.6 I X I n-5 Mi! 1 I 71 THE ART CLUB GIRLS' ATHLETICS SENIGR SWIMMING VVestinghouse can Well be proud of the Senior Girls' swimming team, for it has just completed a most successful season. The team lost only two meets inroughout the year, and our girls did great work in the hnals. Miss Florence Russell proved herself to be a very able coach. She has lots of pep, and it seems that she passed it right on to the team in such a way that the girls just had to win. Early in the season Marion McNary was elected captain, and Isabel Eyler, manager. The squad consisted of Helen Tyler, Roberta Horner, Margaret Jones, Virginia Ilsley, Ida Petrilli, Sarah johnson, Marietta Bastone, Ruth Benner, Dorothy Yauman, and Ann Xlfarden. These girls practised hard, and, when the first meet with Taylor Alderdice came around, they won easily by a score of 39-14. This victory was the beginning of a good record. The second meet was with Schenley at Schenley, and, as the Schenley girls have always had a crack team, we were prepared for the worst. The final score of this meet was a tie, 139-29. The next team in line for defeat was Fifth Avenue, and VVestinghouse took them over by the score of 35-23, Then the first thing we knew South High came out and defeated us by the small margin of five points. Peabody then made us look pretty bad by scoring 33 points against our 23. Through all this, however, our relay team remained undefeated, and one of our girls was still not beaten in freestyle, so things looked pretty good to us for the championship meet. The semi-finals were held on Friday, November 2 at Fifth Avenue. From our school were entered the following: Helen Tyler, in plunge and freestyleg Marietta Bastone, breast stroke, Ida Petrilli and Virginia Ilsley, diving, Sally johnson and Ida Petrilli, life-saving 5 and Roberta Horner, Margaret Jones, Helen Tyler, and Marion McNary, relay. VVe placed in four events. Helen Tyler took first place in plunge and freestyle 5 Roberta Horner was the fastest second in back stroke, and our relay team came in 4M seconds faster than any of the others. The Finals were held on Thursday, November S, at Fifth. Helen Tyler was entered in the plunge, freestyle, and relay, Roberta Horner, in the back-stroke and relay, Marion McNary, freestyle and relay, and Margaret jones, relay. As the girls entered in these events were all on the relay team, only four girls from our school were entered in the meet. But these four girls are right there when it comes to swimming, and the result was that each of them placed in the meet. Our relay won the city championship for the first time in the history of our school, and each girl on the team received a gold medal. Helen Tyler captured second place in plunging, and Marion McNary Finished second in freestyle, so each of these girls received a silver medal as well as a gold one. Insteadof bringing home the bacon, our team brought home four gold medals and two silver ones, and in the meantime they tied for third place in the city. Are we proud of them? 73 , THE MATH CLUB THE CURRENT EVENTS CLUB 74 ' jUN1oR swiwiivnno Our junior Girls' Swimming Team kept right up with Seniors. They, too, lost to only two schools during the entire season. Miss Agnes Murdoch, who came to VVestinghouse this semester from the Holmes School, coached the team. Although she had almost all raw material with which to work, under her coaching the girls were put into good shape in a short time. Rose Serrao was elected Captain of the team, and Sara Hodson, Manager. Marion VVilliams and Lillian Pctrilli each received a modified letter. The team entered six meets this season, the scores of which were: W. H. S. Of7f?07lf67ZfS 20 Taylor Alderdice 24 SSM Schenley 2012 28 Fifth Avenue 25 17 South 37 30 Gladstone 21 31 Peabody 22 The Junior semi-hnais were also held at Fifth Avenues pool. From Vtvest- inghouse were entered Rose Serrao, diving: Marion XVilliams, back-stroke, Lil- lian Petrilli, breast-stroke, Esther Gazzo, plunge, and Rose Serrao, Marion llermanson, Adelaide Fallcr, and Martha Robinson in the relay. We placed in two events. Rose Serrao took first place in diving, and our relay team came in second. This brought us clown to the finals. Six of our girls were entered in this championship meet, Rose Serrao, divingg Louise Petrilli, breast stroke, Helen Block, back-strokeg and the relay team. Louise Petrilli was the only one of our team to place in the meet. capturing second place in breast-stroke, and receiving a silver medal. However, every one of the girls fought hard, and they deserve all the credit that we can give them. LLHOH GIRLS' BASKETBALL This year girls' basketball will be run under the new system which was adopted last year by the Department of Hygiene. There will be no varsity ,teams ai all, but, instead, there will be only class teams. Inter-class games will be held here at school, and besides these, 'each team will play a game with the correspond- ing class team of two outside schools. The old varsity girls will be eligible to play in the outside games only. Under this ruling, more girls are given a chance to participate in the games. Miss jack will have charge of the senior classes, and Miss Fenske will coach the junior class teams. 75 4 ,hi .R V Sy - xx ax, L -. Q? ...Q fi s.,..., ' T2 ,x4. fn ffx wb . Bax :Q 4, C. CLUB THE ETIQUETTE Blair Rice Iohn Stubbs Henry Idzkowsky Richard Marshall Bradford Ilsley Elsie Murphy Joseph Bianculli Emma Brown Albert Abraham Virginia Beck Theodore Cooperinan Adelaide Mills Richard Carlisle Charlotte Singer AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH john Anderson John Kleinman VValter McLiester Ralph Clement Frank James Richard Gittings Frank McDonald Samuel Wein Frank Snyder John McDonald William Francis Harold Hobe VVilliam Wilson William Barclay Ellon Grace McAuley Robert Bentley Helen Finkelstein William Kennard Stuart Leaf William Hill William McKillop Ethel Watson W. C. Teets Albert McQuinn Dickson McKee William Schindel Gerald Vitulla George Davis AT CARNEGIE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Robert Clarke Howard Postgate Michael Restaine Ethel Cornelius Sidney Wein Ralph Merton Leone Armstrong John Marks Tom Crum Thomas McLaughlin Frances Graham -Iohn Shaffer AT TEACHERS TRAINING SCHOOL Margaret Maeckcr Lucinda Netting Edna Peterson ' Elizabeth Northey Adelaide Hanna Iean Carlisle Blanche Wilson Catherine Laird Idell W'ilson TEACHING Ignace Wojcikiewicz William Geilfuss Fred Kissell Donn Bonhoff Robert List Annabel Kempton Isabel Cake Ella Mae Smay Katherine Poppa Mary Parsons Mae Hanna Helen Fork, Penn Township f William Grunnagle, North Continuation School Lillian Billson, Cherry.Valley, Pa. Gladys Pearson, Baxter Junior High School Genevieve Norris, Cherry Valley, Pa. Dorothy Steele, Wm. Penn Highway Elva Mae Beck, Holmes School Eleanor Beltz, Watt School Anne Aber, Lebanon Valley Marian Brown, Howard, Pa. Betty Bateman, Lebanon Valley Marion Biehl, Morningside School 77 THE REPORTERS CLUB THE DEBATING CLUB 78 1 Gladys Allen .... Louise Boyce ,,..... Bella Brown ,l.,..., . Grace Carroll ..r,.., Earle Hgley '..r,. Mary Krapf .......,,,,.. XV lliam Leech .,...,,. Cornelia McAuley.l, Ida Schumm ..,.,,.. Mary Simpson ,.... Carl Buck .,,.....,.,..... Fred Campbell ...,,,r, Ronald Town ....,.. Clayton Town ,... Robert Brant .,,....,.. YValter Anthony .,,,.r, Wlillfam Bailey ........... Edward Snyder ....,..,.,,,.... Charles Altenbaugh ..,..... Ruth Thompson ,..... Virginia Creighton ....... Benjam'n Collfns .,..,,. Charles NVrenn... Helen Hinch ...,.... Eugene Beckley ...., joseph Smith ..,,,,.... Albert Molinari ,,......,. Kenneth Munster ........,. Olive 'Wycoff ..,......... Ann Bateman .......... Leona McLeister... Charles Phillips ......... john Norris .......... Roy Boden ..,............ Mayme Karpilow ..... Catherine Moore ...... Catherine Highgate .,....... Irene Mandexter ....,,.. Loretta Coulson ..... Mildred Sietam ,..,... Isabel Brown ,........ . Alberta Maness .,....., Eugene Cutuly ..,..,.. Grace VVest ...,...,.,. Vera Jones .,......,...... Jean Campbell ......., Melvin Law .,....... Hilda Sayers .t...,.. Irene Rohe ........ Gilbert Beck ..,,...., Dino Marcon ...,..,. Luster Taylor ......... Thelma Nunlist ....... Joseph Lewis .......... Harry Ayres ........ OTH ER ClQ.Xl . LIXT F S ....................Hobe Motor Co. .....,...Equitable Gas Meter Co. .,,.... Pennsylvania Railroad Co .....,,..Y,.,...,..,....,.Equitable Gas Meter Co. .,,..,.National Union Fire Insurance Co. ......Mell-on Institute ash.n Mine Safety Appliance Co. ....,...Slippery Rock Normal ,,,,,..........I-Iomewood Bank Mellon Institute State gton and Jefferson College ......,,..L...,..Bell Telphone Co. ......t..,..Bell Telephone Co. ,,.. ,,...... 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Edna Mae Davis .... ..........................Rosenbaum .........Postal Telegraph Co. ............Gulf Refining Co. Refining Co. ..................National Insurance Co. American Steel and VVire Co. ..........,........Yohe Pharmacy Co. ........Crandall McKenzie Co. ..,....General Motors Co, ..............Allegheny College .........Mellon National Bank ..........VVestminster College ...........................Gimbel Bros. ..........Pittsburgh Meter Works Penn Hospital .........Standard Steel Propeller Co. .........................General Motors Co. EdW'1ll Laird ....................................,........ . ............... . ......Westi11ghouse Electric Co. ................Duquesne University ......Homewood People's Bank ....,..........Shadyside Milk Co. .........Mo,llon National Bank ....................Bell Telephone Co. . Henry Clarke is doing engineering work for Blum Weldixi Co., in Bermuda. Pearson Neaman is engaged in law practice in New York. 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HOMEWOOD AVE. 91 HZCLLC Ltsburgh Post-G Pi Courtesy of ONS, 1928 I HAMP E CITY C TH -..1-.,:.,:.,:.,:.,:.,-.,:..:.,:.,:.,: -..g. 1 1 111 1 1 1- 1 1ncsn101-u10qpo1n1u1011110101 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 JOHN TAYLOR One of Pittsburgh's Leading ilhxnrral Birvrtnra 1011 7125-7131 KELLY BOULEVARD FRANKLIN 3134 141 1 1 1 111 1 1 1- 1010101014110101-U1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1:10 FRED HAUCK C ! Shoes for the Whole Familyg Father fell upon the ice E Because he could not stand -U4 Father saw the Stars and stripes 407 LARIMER AVENUE : We saw our father land. Hiland 0769-R E 3. EW: : :S :.:r,:.,-..-r,:.: :.,- Compliments of THE WESTINGHOUSE LUNCH ROOM 101011111111111141-1011111111111111010 931- ,2-0- -1- -- ----.. - -gg 1- ..... - ...qv-455.111 10-1 if x WL f F' A C Gffiu 1' 'P I I if ' if A f,,,,V , :nz zzzzxzupxzxzzcozo "l'Vl1e1'e Ei'c1'yIv0dy G005"' Herman's Clothes Shop 709 Homewood Avenue iof Showing a Complete Line of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings it 3? "Patronize H omewoodn 101411111111nznzozuiuzuininiuq o 4.01: 'mm can can 3411415 3 imvemmcbx-4104114 :caravan cwmvabmzgz. COMPLIMENTS of B. DAVIS Dry Goods ENE 708 Homewood Avenue xoiuiuiuzozira:-mailman:115156: rm: xg ,Z 1-:..T.E.:.:-:-::-..g. ruin "I hear the sea captaiifs wife 1'3.1'1 ElXV3.y. fc Yes, he took her for a mate and she turned out to be a skip- per H 2010, ..,.. 1 1, 1 1 1 ,mn- couic :nm can in 4:41411 um cnuxniux Theodore T. Hill Prescription Druggist Mon 6956 Frankstovvn Avenue PITTSBURGH, PA. Phone Hiland 9541 iw: 1 11101-,cn iam iam mn rar was in mm at A101 1 1011121 C2021 C11 CTI 'Z'Il"f3K'lUi PATRONIZE The Nicholas Bakery 619 HOMEWOOD AVENUE A EAST END MARCEL WAVE 5 C Saturday 75c PERMANENT WAVE 88.00 ,Om MARTHA COUSlN'S BEAUTY SHOP 625 HOMEWOOD AVE. Franklin 1428 ,wi 1 , 1,1 -. A., 1 -4, 4:10161-11111 was :csv mmm mn is was ran v cn: 42'D44:x1411-:xii-1:4 1 1 1:1 S f - s x 5 T' gm, N +117 -"A Lf 41? fn? 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D 1 'Qi JN 'L ll X M 96 1111111111111111 111111111-11114 1-c1o11z11111111111 Save Some of the Dollars You Earn! - 1-f -A-1---ua-W fl- Regular saving creates a substantial emergency fund, prevents worry and gives a brighter outlook on Life. This bank accepts savings in any amount from 31.00 up and pays inter- est at the rate of 40f, compounded twice a year. 11.1101 CITY DEPOSIT BANK Member Federal Reserve System PENN AND CENTER AVES., E. E. --1111---11111010 1 1 1 1 qu 1 1 1 v1u1o141:1u1n1: 1 1o1u1u1o.-1:1 1 1 1 1 1 11 Bell Phones, Montrose 7575, 7576 COLUMBIA ICE COMPANY ICE SAVES Pooo, FLAVOR and HEALTH Office and Factory: 6815 Hamilton Avenue Pittsburgh, Pa. ii:-.4 1-1111110111201 CIN10102 1119103 fig ' : WANT ADS 5 g All Daily and Sunday Papers . : -0- i ! 111 1 1... 1110- :u1i11111111111 6 97 101 1,111.1 1 1 ,,, 3 1 2,10 Q01 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1111: Small Sou: "Papa, what are cosmetics?" Papa: "Cosmetics, my son, are peach preserves." HOIVIEWOOD NEWS 5 !. 2-1 1,11-11,- X Q X X X. N mf Y nw VI ,g,pn:0:n4.n:n:4 :f :n:t :t :nz-1:01403 ,:,-0:04nn:0:t :f :0:t :n:n.p-,:n:u-N014 ! 3 Q 5 ! Register Now Men, Women 8: Children i For Mid-Year Classes Q Half B0bb1I1g i -Oh, I i Our Specialty ! i ! i ! 5 THE lVl0RTON SCH00l. Q 5 -O- Q C I G I g Wood 8: Ross Penhurst 7680i 7203 KELLY STREET i WILKINSBURG Q i B. CASSIDY, Mgr. Q i ! i I Qzoizuzuqnnznzozt114I1-1-mxnxmnnxn-0:0 sznznzuumrzuz- 1:1 : uzt :n:n: znzu-'Io ,i,-0:n:u4-pn:U:U1-020:-yznzuznznqwi ,int-:tfztiztizt :n:t :.-0:4--puzuzoqnnwg I Always a Good Show at I I H . . . . . 5 : n : ' - -- " 5 - 1 A ! The Brushton Ixoitnei. Did she inheiit 161 I g i beauty?" I -0- C i : i I Haas: "Sureg her old man left! I Buy Book Tickets-They Areg her a drug storef' I C ' : i Aways Good-5 for 31.00 i ! i ! otoizoznztnxt111mupuzoxtmzoxoxnqpnq-pnqfzf 01010102 zo.-: 1:4 1mviiiicricrioiolmrqgt H Best Service Cannot Be Rendered by the Untrained. Prepare for Opportunity A by Furthering your Training in Business Administration. 5 U Q H SCHOOL OP ACCOUNTS, FINANCE AND COMMERCE i DUQUESNE U IVERSITY U Day and Evening Classes i U Accounting Financial History of the U. S, i H fAl1 branchesb Foreign Trade i C Advertising U. S, Government 3 Q Business Procedure and Problems History of the U' S' Foreign Policy I Il Commerce. U. S. and Foreign Investments i 2 , . . Methods of Teaching' Shorthand and e ll Commercial and Industrial TV Tv, . ' 3 ,pevsxltlng ll Geography Money and Banking' i : C0mm91'Cia1 Lew Organization and Management 2 Q Current Economic Problems public Speaking ! U C0FD0l'Hti0I1 Filw-UGG Psychology and Personal Efficiency i H C. P. A. and American Real lqgtglte i 5 Institute Preparation Sglling 2 U Credits and Collections Spanish I I Economics Tax Accounting' i 5 Economic History or' the Y. S Traffic : U English Transportation . U 4th and 5th Floors, Vandergrift Building, 323 Fourth Avenue 3 Phuni-: Court 3394 ! C J. A. MORAN, Dean ! uzowxoz.-U: 1 1niogozozuznznznxnzozn-1ozniozuzozqzox-mini:immztaiti-,.i1v:o WESTINGHOUSE CONSERVATORY 1111 iii 21111 iuinioi 1111 121111111 Pittsburgh Perhaps your Opportunity lies in this great Valley of Industry Youth, the world before him, looks to distant green pas- tures. The purple haze of distance spins its lace of romance over far-off hillsg the near-by seems harsh and prosaic. Find your opportunity, Youth, wherever it may be. But don't overlook Pittsburgh: it may be just home to you, but to the outside world it is the capital of the greatest Valley of Industry on earth. Within' our few square miles are crowded more achieve- ment, more production, more romance, and more real-man opportunity than any other spot you can choose. It is your home, this valley. You can well be proud of it, wherever you go. And it may be, too, you will ind here your valley of Opportunity. Westinghouse Wfpx , 76g"'L'f W,,, -za", X " ' L7 G ..-p1..1ai svi'kE ' '3o V W X-'QT-F ll l gf nzilxi ' 3 2 ,ami ?j. rl' 'K'Al Q N if ,Q 'WED' X AMW M R Ei www. 'Vx' X EX QQQMEQQM' Ziff N 2 5 P55pfi1Q?mM 51+ wf ff of Wfzf g2z52, 4 A fb Q24,1,.W ,i 101 1 1 1. 1 1-1 11-11111- 1 r1u1u1n14111x1n1o1u1o1n1n1u I up -1 1 up -1: 1 11-141u1o1.1,1 1 SHOP AT Pittsburgh's Largest ,. Ready-to-Wear Store - FOR THE Whole Family A---f-o FRA Si: SEDER 5:1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11111 1014020 Mr. Graham: "XYhich is correct. Robert or Bob?" Marian: "Robert is properf Mr. Graham: "VVou1d you say there goes a Robert tailed or Bob tailed dog?" ' 11 1111111 1 1 1 1110: 9 1 101111n1nic10.1u1o1u1o1n11o:4 C, J. 'Cleland Poultry, Feeds f5,'Remedies Q-W DOG REMEDIES DOG FEEDS -01 6465 FRANKSTOWN AVE. C ozo 1010 6:01411 1 1:1 1 111 1 1 1 1011 .AQTER THE GAME Meet at ANDERSON'S 717 HOMEWOOD AVE. 0:01101 1 1 1 1:1 1 1 1 1 vxouuvzozz 1 znupognqpozocn 1 :na Mr, Thomas: "XVhy are you always late to class?" Red XYil1s: "I have to pass 21 sign in front of the school," Mr. Thomas: AfXW1z1t cloegs that Slglfl, ,V-vs 'f,. have to do E111 you, T Red XYills: "XYel1. it says, Ahead, Go S1oW'," 'School 0:0141 11:1 10101 1 14,101 1. 3 ,- 011110: 1 1: 014:14 920011111111111111111111111111111111111 01014 u1 101 01010 101 010 11: 101 U10 1 u 0111101 101 u1n1n1o u1n1o1u1n1 101 01 1141 41011111 1111 o1n1o1u1o1n1u1v v1 1:10111 1 YOUR STUDIO Where 'ATI-IE SKETCH BOOK" Photographs are produced READY To serve you at any time in any capacity 1 ++:-n:++--an McKEE STUDIO CORNER HOMEWOOD AND BENNETT ST. Belmar Theatre Building fn: 1 1 1 1:1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1010111 1:11 1 1 as 111111 1 104 i132 ll il -l i I ll l i T ilillllllllll i 1 i QI lil D Q Q -Q lllill 101011 11 1:11 1 1 1 1111211 1 1 1 11 1 111 111011: "Highest in Quality Q Lowest in Price" . F. APPLE CQ IPAN Manufacturing Jewelers LANCASTER, PA. An apple stamped in your solid gold ring or pin guarantees permanent Wear Makers of the Westinghouse rings and pins 105 in 11 111m1i111---1iu-u-u------- 1 in -e q ,,, ,.,,. .,,, I A X 2.2 New sYs 'tl W K W., i A ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , I 3- ' .rg xx j.Lf gl'a , ' WM' Exp! 5 ,Vi 5'E I in f X N. MTW RR E s ' I N .- , S I rin ab 1-Sn hh oh dn 1-Q4 eh ' 5 -umrfiumvtv ur: sync' 'az ima... - N.-,k 33: ssvva vtv v.v v.v J ' E . ................................................. .....,,"' ? I: '..,, Q ............................. . ....................... ........ ...... 2 9.8 'I 5 U 0 C ' 5 u g.Q A3 nfn ..... ala .,.. FA FI IR BA an an IA R QR on an an an RF gn . , -,. 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Sometimes it talks foolishness. lt speaks a Universal language. Will your money talk wisdom? It depends on you. There is a lot of sense in saving, Henry Ford to the contrary notwithstanding. Try it and see. Make your money talk Wisdom. success, helpfulness. Come in and Let Chalmers F. Zahniser tell you how to have 81,000.00 and have intelligent talking money. We call it Our Secured Savings Plan! HCMEWGOD PEOPLES BANK 618 HOMEWOOD AVENUE PITTSBURGH, PENNA. ni 1 1 11211 1 1 3111111101 1 3 1 1:1 1 1111 108 1-1-1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 The man who Thinks, Works and Saves becomes an outstanding figure in AMERICAN LIFE. BEGIN NOW 101 THE HAMILTON STATE BANK BENNETT STREET ef HoMEWooD AVE. The Bank of Friendly Service m9010111 1 1:1 1 111 1 1 111:11 1111111111911---1 11n1u1o1u1o1o1 1 1 1 1 1 3 L. M. BRUSH 603 BRUSHTON AVE. CNear I-Iamiltonj A REAL MEN'S SHOP ,gums-up Q 1 1 -N111 1 1 Q :K COMPLIMENTS OF MISS CONLEY'S SCHOOL Qzorxuioi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 101 gpm- :U:0:0101-,:0:0:0:0:f :K LOUIS HOBE Xi SON Fresh and Smoked Meats 101 FRANKLIN 10232 581 BRUSHTON AVE. Q 1n1o1o1u1o1:143014x1'o1o1o1u1uc0,0 0:01010 1:10 o fr mx 0 0 o u u :1 1 1 1 1 1111110 PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS Page 83- A. G. Spalding Sz Bros. Page 85- Kauf1nann's The Bank of Pittsburgh Page 87- The Central National Bank Robert B. Moorhead Browcly's Page 89- Finance Realty C-o. Highland Mantle 81 Tile Co. VVolf Furniture Co. Itell'5 Pharmacy Page 91- i The H ub Page 93- john Taylor Fred Hauck Westiiighouse Lunch Room Page 95- Hernianls Clothes Shop ' Theodore T. Hill B. Davis The Nicholas Bakery Martha Cousins Page 97- City Deposit Bank Columbia Ice Co. Homewood News C 7 Page 99- The Morton School B. Cassidy The Brushton Duquesne University Page 101- Wlestinghouse Electric Page 103- Frank Sz Seder Andersons C. J. 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