New Brighton High School - Alaurum Yearbook (New Brighton, PA)

 - Class of 1928

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It is most fitting that we, of the Beaver Valley, should compare ourselves to canal bouts in that we are located on the route of the proposed Pittsburgh-Lalte Erie Canal. lllny these little boats serve :is 21 pleasant reminder of the fond memories and associations of our lmppy school life in dear old N. B. H. S. Eehiratinn To RICHARD C. HILL Our 1-'ricml and Instruvtur A num in whom are embodlccl nll the ideals we highly esteem and mlmlrc-, this sixth edlllon of the "Alnuruln" is rcspeclfully dedicated by the Class of Nineteen Hundred Twenty Eight. XS? 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 7. 1- 9 -1 A -1 A Im 1- x zaurum A 7.716 Y 'ff irxk., If Q, SQ" 3 ' M kk 7716: Alaurum I 'I 'I 'I 'I Attendance Honor Roll The New Brighton School System has been praised by the State Department of Public Instruction for its very flne record in attendance and non tardlness. The High School may justly feel nroutl that one third of its students have had at least one yenr's perfect attexidnnre since their school life began. A list of these students is given below, together with the numher of years they have been neither ilisent nm trudi. This list Lester Alexander II Helen Enslnell I Blanche Baker I Inez Barkley I Rex Barkley I Mak'ohrt Bealle ll Vincent Betllson Il Thelma Beltsch V Madtlalena Belcutine II Alice Jeanne Berrhtold II Elsie Bermon II Paul Bermon I Florence Bingham V George Book IV Naomi Boss I Vernard Bosworth 1 I-Edna Braden IV Jnuk Bradley II Grace Brnndenberger II I-luzel Brewer I Aglnllm Broukhart III II'oodrtIw Brown 1 Roy Harford II Carl Burger I Lena Burns I Paul Carlson II Amelia Carothera II Margaret Cuughey I Treva Charles I1 Gerald Cole ll Florence Cook II Arthur Correll III Georg'in Craig III Mary Crede VI Dorothy Creighton V Uhnrlotte Dean III Velma Dean II Mary Etta Dixon I Chester Druschel II Elizabeth Druschr-l I Lee Roy Dunn II Nile Duvall III Lenore Dyke I .Izly EcufY I Robert Enslen I Irene Evans I William Evans I Frank Felts I James Finstman II Donald Fleming' 1 Herbert Frederick V Kenneth Frederick V Izla Frlshkorn II dur: not tneludt this yeai W'ilIian1 Frishknrn Mlreo Gacesa Clarence Gai-en John Graham I?i'etI0rir'k Grhnlll liillth Groves Leonard I-lalre Charles Hall Doris Hamer Elizabeth Hamer Anna Mae Harlan Myrtle Hayden Robert Hnys Elizabeth Hendricks Jack Hendrickson Robert He1'rInglon Grace Hihleliraml Robert Hildebrand Doris I-Iolliger NVillin1n l-lolliitel' Hazel Holzworth Velma Householder Dorothy Hunter Alit-,Q Jones Evelyn Jones Kenneth Kesler Alildred Kester Evelyn Knrr Lillian Kelley Sydney Kano Dale Kennedy lloward Kennedy Mary Kennedy Helen Klein Vlfilmn Kuomu Joseph Leder Charles Leiholtl Lucy Lombardo Fred Lummas l-Inrl Lutz Iiilith Lynn Bai-hnra Martin Victor Illnyhrny Asia Mclhinel Richard AIclJ'anel Mildred McKensie hlnriraret McQueen Georgia ltlennell Ralph ltlerriman Dorothy' Miller .lane Morglxn Mary Morgan Foy Morrison s I III IV III II I I II II 1 I IV V IV I II 'II II II III I III I II I II I III II IV II Il IV II V I I IV II II IV III II I I I I III III III I III I tte11d.1nce 100010. 1 Frank Morrow Amanda Mooney Lawrence Murphy Phyllis Murphy Iiulrene Myers llownril Myers Plarenre Nuwery Betty O'Ro11rke lfloxrartl Ortelt Mary Pardon Viola Parrish Mao Parsons Betty Rarick Elmer Reed Grace Rhein Alexander Runnin Dorothy Rose-niuntl Calvin Rosemuntl Richard Russell Pauline Sahol Charles Santelll Virginia Schofield Sanford Shaffer Junk' Shearer James Shinglc-ton Ines Shrondes Nicliolar-I Shuster Gull Smith lluhert Sleinfeltl Oliver Steurnagel Betty Steward Jay Tatrg I-'rnuklin 'Pegg lhuwalna Thoxnns Evelyn Thoxnpson .lark Thompson Betty Townsend Evelyn Umlauf ltlnrgnrel. 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CATHERINE HOUK 'Y 44 44 44 4 44 4 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 4 44 44 44 44 44 4 44 '4 '4 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 4 4 44 44 44 44 44 4 4 11'f.44444f44444'4- 4144144444 .444 Gvnrrnl Sri4'u4'r' I I fxlor y RICHARD C. HILL, B. S. 4 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 44 44 4 4 44 44 4 4 44 4 I 44 44 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 Grow Cify Cullryr Geru'i'z1CuIlry4' X5 Hrud of D4'fvurfln4'nr Hma' of D4'f1nrflu4'11l .il1lll1ll'lIll1lf4'X I:lll'llli.YfI'j' mul I ' ll yxirx 5' K -Q I , , 1'-' 151 . fi-4 Q 4 iv The Alaurum 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 11 1 1 '1 '1 11 1 1 1 1 jf ERNEST B. McNITT 11 Indimm Sizzle Nnrnml I Head of Department ' Bookkeeping 1 1 1 1 11 '1 '1 '1 '1 '1 '1 1 1 1 41 '1 '1 41 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 '1 1 1 1 1 11 11 '1 JOSEPHINE R. DIPPERY Inriirnm Sfnte Normal Sllorllmmi and BI1.1il11'.1's Ilffifilljl ELEANOR J. MacDOUGALL B. C. S. VERA MYERS MCNITT -',' Grove CNY CHUM? Secretary to Superintendent :riff-Y P- Typewriling, Commercial Law 5' 565-Sf Business Hfriring .21 R 'Eta 'l f . s, 'iTl:1Qi5,gPf . 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'Q 4, - , 2 Howard Myers, our President, has proven himself capable of directing the '1 ll affairs of the last and busiest year of our high school days. 1, 4, 4, ll John Rhodes, the Vice-President, although seldom called upon to preside in I Q1 the absence of the President, doubtless would have been a capable executive. ,I 4, 4, If Alice Kelso, our Secretary, has been faithful to her duties of recording the Q business of the various class meetings. if 4, 4, ll Our Treasurer, Alice Jeanne Berchtold, has shown that she is ri trust- 11 lj worthy and accurate financial manager. j 1, 14 lr '4 4, 4, 4, 4, '4 4 lr '4 , 4 4 ,: 4 4 1: Epi! . Tl .4 'xgj - - - W fl ELT: ,Q ' '1 - 44 - ',-Y "'-A '4 ,,,,:,.-,f ,,,,:,,-,,: :fl-,X Je 7,7 ,, The Alaurum . li 'n 31 'r lr , CLASS HISTORY , fWilh apologies in Samuel Pepys-17th Century Diaristl September 4, 1924-This morning fit being the first day of the school yearl il we all rose tinkling with excitement and, perhaps, fear. The Grst day of our high 2 school careers come, we decked ourselves in our finest, got us each an upperclass- if man for an escort, and, writh much ado, did get us to school. VVent to Mr. if Wiley's chapel where he did make us a very good talk on "VVhy we behave like 4 High School Students." To our respective rooms we were then sent, where we 1 'i did get some supplies and some more talks. Excused for the morning. Oh, how Q cruel it did seem of those Sophomore-s to cut our dear Freshies' locks. lfVe did if have no more eurley heads, no more red heads. no more tousled heads, no more if tow heads-hut only bald heads. Those boys did truly look like infants. il Returned to school in the afternoon and, in going, were teased and fondled il by the upperclassmen. Was our whole freshman year to he one of such misery? il We did hope not. Going through our entire schedule in the afternoon, it was i' learned that certain rooms just aren't where you expect them to be. The Sopho- i mares did laugh at us when we did enter the wrong room or did go the wrong 1 way in the halls. Each teacher did assign us an hour's work for that night, il which assigning being done, we did return home, looking as cheerful as any man il could do in that condition. i' For weeks and weeks we did labour on, heedless of the insults and scoldings i we did receive. We were not old enough to organize our class. We were not 1 capable of writing up articles for the Crimson and Gold. In fact, we were no good for anything but to be laughed at. ' At last our first semester did come to an end. Some, having stood as much 4' abuse as they could, had left our unhappy throng. Q1 But the fittest who had survived did set themselves down one night to think. If "lVho would make a good president for our class ?" We did think, and think, 2 and think. At last we did choose YValter Harris for our president. And so we Q1 did labour on through three sets of examinations and the remaining months of " that school year. 1: March 3, 1925-The Seniors did invite us to a party. This party was 11 called the Freshman reception, but it did seem to us more like a Senior farewell. ' It was a very nice party and we did think the Seniors very kind for treating us as nicely as they did. fl May 30, 1925-Our school bells did ring for the last time that term. We 1: did come home smiling with grim satisfaction over the fact that we, as Sopho- I: mores, would he able to tease the Freshman class of the next year just as much as we did please. And so did end the first quarter of our high school life. i 1. nwuxeexu - September 5, 1925-It was almost a pleasure to go to school knowing that we could tease the Freshmen all we pleased, and not be teased. ourselves. Eacff 1" " boy did get him a pair of scissors for to cut the Freshiesi hair. And so, by v gii ' jf: fi, :.-if :fsgfi-gf?-s ' -EQLE93 ...The A laurum we had forgotten that we had ever been "inferior beings" ourselves. September 30, 1925-Our class did meet in a special session after school, at which session we did choose class officers. At this meeting it was that we did select Howard hlyers as our president. Little we did think that he would still be our president when we did come to end our high school days. But no regret touches us, for he certainly helped us to carry out our motto, "Ever Onward." October 24, l925-The Sophomores did have their first social activity- that being a Hallowe'en party. Not an uppcrclassman was allowed to attend, So they did stay at home. Each Sophomore was greeted at thc door with a cold slimy handshake. Several hours of Hallowe'en revelry did follow, which were very pleasant for us all. At last, the hour of departure come we all did get us home in high spirits, and so to bed. Blat' 29, 1026-This morning we came to school to give the teachers the books which we have carried about so close to our hearts for so many days. The final ceremonies of report cards performed, we did depart for the 'hole swimming hole." And so another year did roll into eternity. sonuvun: August 27, 1926-We visited the school for another brief stay of nine months. This year we did feel the burden of responsibility, being assigned the management of the junior Class Play and the Junior-Senior Banquet. The play, "Pollyanna," was indeed n fine production. Not a single item-from menu to decorations-was lacking in the banquet. Nlay 30, l927-Senior Commencement and we, the Juniors, commenced to be Seniors. llllllifil September 2, i927-The beginning of the end. We soon did begin to feel the great responsibility of being Seniors. The Senior by-word did become- "l'm so busy!" February 16, l928-The Senipr Class Play-"Contents Unknown." Every- one did work to make it Z1 huge success, which it was indeed. March 28, 1928-The Seniors did give Z1 banquet for the athletes. Even the toastmaster was a Senior. The evening did end with joy everywhere. As we look back upon our high school life, we see the many thing which we once did consider "work," Now we realize that each of these tasks was a privilege which we shall not soon forget. or SQ, A i s :seein TEf?SQ... :.,,,..: xxsefe zffurum A C T71 ,L ls'--at ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww w ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww 'I ww 'C ww ww ww ww ww w ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww w ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ' ww as FJ,-I-I X.. 1 N-n ia V The Alaurum ,,,.,,,,,..,.,,,.,,,,,.,.. CLASS WILL Upon behalf of my client, the Class of 1928, of New Brighton High School, of the City of New Brighton, State of Pennsylvania., U. S. A., I have called you together upon this solemn and serious occasion, to listen to her last will and testa- ment and to receive from her dying hand the few gifts she has to bestow in her last moments. Listen, then, one and all, while I read the document as duly drawn up and SXVOYFI IU: We, the Class of 1928, in one hundred individual and distinct parts, being about to pass out of this sphere of education, in full possession of a crammed mind, welletrained memory, and almost superhuman understanding, do make and publish this, our last will and testament, hereby revoking and making void all former wills or promises by us at any time heretofore made, or mayhap, care- lessly spoken, one to the other, as the thoughtless wish of an idle hour. As to such estate as it has pleased the Fates and our own strong hands and brains to win for us, we dispose of the same as follows: . We give and bequeath to the dear faculty who have been our instructors in all the wisdom of the ages, a sweet and unbroken succession of restful nights and peaceful dreams. VVe give to the junior class all such boys as were not able to keep pace with such brilliant girls as compose the majority of our class. To the Sophomore Class we give a large quantity of "Baker's Head Re- ducer." VVe imagine they'll need it in order to get their hats on. To the Freshman Class any overlooked cuds of gum which we may have left adhering to the underside of desks, banisters, or any other likely or unlikely places. ' To Tom Baird we give a gavel-he'll need one when he is mayor of Oak Hill. To Maddalena Belcufine, a permit to publish a shorthand dictionary-it will probably be better than Gregg's. To Alice Jeanne Berchtold, a position with the Metropolitan Opera Com- pany. To Frank Bibbee, a bottle of dye to subdue the brilliance of his crowning glory. To Lena Bosworth, a book on "Points that Win Debates." Maybe she will be able to cope with Mr. McNitt after she has gotten a few pointers. To Fern Bracken, a fernery to keep her always in our memories. fx To Harold Bucklen, a copy of the new book "Ways of Winning Women." y - -arold is quite a shiek but he might get some good out of this. .5 'eggs -' A 1, ,,,, sm.. ,,, The Alaurum To Lena Burns, a permanent excuse-undated--to save her the trouble of figuring out new ones. To Eva Butler, a new4 Essex-we are afraid she will have worn the other one out motoring to and from school. 1 To Dorothy Rosemund, a book of poems. We all know of Dorothy's ability as a poet. 1 To Elizabeth Cline, a carton of Palmolive soap to help her "keep that schoolgirl complexion." To Bessie Cobbs, I1 bell to let us know that she is around. To Mary Crede, a brush and easel-she seemed quite fond of "Art" while in school. To Dorothy Creighton, a book on "English Noblemenf' Earls are right in her line. To Dorothy Hunter, a license. Every "hunter" should have a license so we're giving her one. To Frances Smith, a telephone book. We wonder if she would have any trouble finding her name in it. To Blanche Baker, a position as teacher of Shorthand in New Galilee High School. To Jerome Marcus, a. clothes line, in case his line ever runs out, We don't think hc will ever have any call 'to use it, though. To John Rhodes, Il crown to make him a "beautiful king" as he was in "Pollyanna." To Dorothy Calvin, a for-get-me-not-so she won't forget her High School days. To Helen Sabol, we bequeath a library in which she may indulge in her favorite pastime. To Ernest Yeager, a monoply on the fair sex of the Sophomore and Junior classes. To Chester Druschel, a box of "Toddy." His affection for this particular article is knovim to all of us. To Peter Riddle, a rope with which to tie the link of friendship with Al Moore. To Mary Ragula, a lamb. Mary is supposed to have a lamb. Mary hasn't any so we'll give her one. To Elmer Reed, a talking machine. As a substitute of over work. To Howard Myers, the ability to convince lVIr.' Corkan of his unerringfx judgment as president. Q, .d'Jef's1: ex I rr. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 44 4 44 44 4 4 4 4 44 4 44 44 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 44 44 44 4 4 44 4 4 4 .1 c. mt - as ,R D 1- J, i ffl: A 03153 :ee The Alaurum ll 1 1 ji 1: To Anna Jean DeGraw, someone on whom she can test her experience as li 1, baskethall manager. ll 1, To Ralph Demo, a box-"Contents Unknown." 'r ft To Donald Druschel, a bus-first, last and only stop fourteenth street and Q: fifth avenue. To Edra Frame, a picture so she can make use of the "frame." i' To Helen Frederick we leave a typewriter. Helen has proved her ability i' as a typist by her work on the Crimson and Gold. 1 li 'lio Doris Hamer we leave permission to succeed Paderewski. XVe think she fl will make a worthy successor. 1 li To Yvalter Harris we leave a straw basket. He is good at making baskets ii so we'lI give him one. 1 1 il To Eleanor Hartman and Helen llagnell we leave a bus to take them to and ll from Nlarion Hill. ll 1, To Margaretta Henry we leave a stepladder-we imagine she would enjoy ,Q seeing over some one clse's head. , . li To Foster Iden we leave an automobile in remembrance of his faithful l - w x - Qi service in slTllIl'll5 garage. ll r Q - 4 1+ lo Evelyn Jones, a chain to keep her combs, compacts, etc., safe. 'lhey l 1 . . 11 have a halut of disappearing. 1 li To Arthur Kennedy we leave an alarm clock to wake him in study halls 1 11 before the teacher docs it for him. 1 i, To Mildred Kester we leave a bouquet of roses-preferably "huds." 1 li To lfdith Lynn we leave a new imagination in case her old one runs out. 1 s , . . . 1, lo Robert llflcbartney we leave an Ice cream cone. lVe understand he ll is quite fond of them. 1 il To Lawrence Allison we leave a horn. Lawrence is so quiet he needs this if to make himself heard. il 1: To Dorothy hliller we leave a book entitled "The llloth and the Flame." 3 To Alexander Roman, a scholarship to Notre Dame. This will help Alex- P - . 4 . in ander to realize his greatest ambition. U if To Alice Kelso and jane Morgan we leave notebooks. They will have l . . - 1 - - 4: filled the old ones recording the numerous class events in their respective positions 1 . . . if as class and Literary Society secretaries. '. To Frank Murray we leave a prism which will reflect his brilliance on us less fortunate members. fx 'lo Viola Parrish, we leave a bouquet of violets. Viola reminds us of Lb 'mg ts both in her name and in her disposition. ---T - -----:---ff r,-.q t-VT, .. . 3351 . Ff. il' T T . The Alaurum .,.,.,,,.....,,,,..,,,..,.,,, 'i li ii V To .lean Sutherland we leave a box of paints to help her with her talent as , an artist. l li To Velma Dean we leave a box of glue so that she and Edith Lynn will never be separated. lf ii To Eleaner XVise we leave a book of philosophy to test her wisdom. 1' i To Lucille MacDonald we leave a commission as good will ambassador to I Beaver Falls. l 4 To Clarence McKenzie we leave a volume of "lVays of Overcoming Bash- , fulness." l i To Georgia Rlennell we leave a basketball to remind her of the days when i she starred for N. B. H, S. ' To Robert lNIcNutt we leave a taxi. Robert has been furnishing the school : with one for the last year. ,Q To Phyllis Murphy we leave a trip to California. Her interests are all ii YVest of the Rockies. ji i To Betty O'R0urke we leave a bell to help her to get the Alaurum Staff if together, l, 1. To Thurman Skillinger we leave an encylopedia answering all questions a 1: child can ask. This will he a great help to the teachers. 1: 'To Kathleen Sutton we leave a patent powder pull which works con- tinually. lr would save a lot of energy on Kathleen's part. I To Franklin Tagg we leave a pair of stilts. l To Ruth Terrell we leave a coupe to go out and in to Brighton from Darl- ington Road. if i To lblartha Todd we leave a box of dates. lVe are afraid Martha will run out some day. i i To Grace Rhein we leave a megaphone. Grace believes in being -seen and not heard, but we should like to hear her once in awhile. ' i To Alan YVells we leave a permit to spend all spare time on Penn Avenue. , To Mildred Shoe we leave a slipper in case the "shoe" wears out. ll To janet Hostine we leave a watch to help her get to school on time. I To Mary' Kennedy wc leave a. book of humor to aid her in livening up our li N I 1 l Lommercxal Classes. If i To Herbert Frederick we leave a box of "pep," This seems to be just f what Herbert lacks. ' iv: 'f. To Elizabeth Blount we leave an excuse blank. Elizabeth seems to spend yx if j. half her life getting these filled out. I ' ff Q 3' " ' 3 :I ,Q Fffl .. ' . 1. J X - -f ----- eff, - -- ,,,,,av.3a. si-33 1 ' The Alaurum il il 1 li 11 To Keith Hughes we leave a wrist watch. Keith is undoubtedly the shielt 1: of our class, and every sheilt must have a wrist watch. ll il To lllae Parsons we leave a bouquet of flowers as these always remind 1 11 us of Mae. W If 'l'o Joseph Boyce we leave a position as president of the U. S. Steel Cor- il poration. joe was always our business man. ll fl To Ruth Beck we leave permission to take a post-graduate course, for " how could Ruth ever exist without something to study. 1, A ji 'l'o Vincent Berchtold we leave a bycicle so he won't get his feet muddy ji when coming to school. 1 ii To George Garmen we leave a half interest in his father's business. ll if To Catherine Rhodes we leave a dictograph to relieve her of the necessity ' of concentration on that shorthand. 1 Il To Margaret Sutton we leave a reflector to enable her to scatter her sunny I' disposition farther. ll if To Richard lldcllanel we leave a bed. The school desks are so uncom- il fortable. 1 li To Raymond McLaughlin we leave a curling iron tn help add to his manly 11 charms. fi To Burton Painter we leave a plumber's license., VVe think he has been a li "painter" long enough. 'r if To Evelyn Thompson we leave a Spanish book. Evelyn's elliciency in this .Q language is unexcelled. U I: To Dale MeDeavitt we leave a gast-iron heart to withstand all the arrows " directed towards it. 1 Qi To Paul McConnell we leave a helpmate to keep the home fires burning. 1 il To Evan Shuster we leave a pair of wooden shoes so we can hear him more. , To Charlotte Dean we leave a position as organist in the Shadyside Pres- QQ hyterian Church. To joseph Leder we leave a lollypop, because of the apparent joy he got out of the one in "Contents Unknown." li To jack Johnson we leave a toy engine on which to experiment in his ambition as an engineer. W -,.. To Marguerite Kraybill we leave a never ending supply of nickles and dimes to spend at Miss lVolf's. . .4 I f lVe do not have a robmg we do not have a wireng but we have a martin, Soto Barhara we bequeath Mr. Cotner's prize bird house. 5991153.15 - - 5 r .-' 1 :::-,,--m ........ X t I F The Alaurum To Evangeline Van Arsdale we leave a position as private secretary to the president of the Standard Oil Company. XVe think that her ability along these lines will warrant such a position. To Helen Klein we bequeath a bus so that she may go out to Mercer Road without the inconvenience of six or seven breakdowns. To Dale Kennedy we leave permission to run a train between New Galilee and New Brighton for the convenience of his fellow students. To Leroy Kelbaugh we leave a schedule which will aid Elsie in knowing which corner he'll be on. To Lester YVarmkessel we leave a position as official announcer for all class plays, banquets, etc. To Jay hlcliride we leave a "bride." He seems too bashful to go seeking one for himself. To hflary and Jacob Sager we bequeath the Bok Peace prize. fur who ever saw a more peaceful brother and sister? To Helen Molter we leave a copy of "Dawn" CDonj. lVe feel sure this will interest her. ln witness whereof we, the Class of 1928 have to this, our will, set our hands and seal this twenty-eighth day of May, anno Domini one thousand nine hundred and twenty eight. ' Betty Steward. Codicil to the YVill XVc, the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Tiventy-Eight, in closing our last will and testament hereby bequeath to Betty Steward a five years' contract as a renowned actress in New York City because of the ability she sliowecl as the heroine in our Junior Class Play, "Pollyanna." Having been witnessed, we noivi Hrmly affix our hand and seal to our last testament and will the twenty-eighth day of h'Iay, Nineteen Hundred and Twenty-Eight and declare all other wills and testaments null and void. Helen Molter. Ass .pl ZX A .sa r -,,,, ,,,, ,,,,, :eeefg -ff gi' i? 'Q The Alaurum 4 hh , jx hw 3 1: li T, - - '.1-T132T-EEQHe-t1f:HEf.:g1iiiiiEll5iiiiiH5I...a.'L-T,":"". 15' 17-57 31 l -1, ,. -. M.- x 5. ,H , -- ,Q 1,-. . .I-,J it lf.. . it-. .',,pe:-, ',.',,,,.'alliiE .':s.z:nu.'ea:::za:sug5-3.-X,.1:,..,.,.---.fi - .f 1 l, lpn.. .NJN -3- I .,u,.::!5,..,:..n..I -isgmeununm-.unrnnnnulluqggna K nlmgamnirz-ij. r .ff .f,. ,4 ' f 5' , ,, 4:42, . 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V w'frSil73s2-ru, ww 6 ll lf w 1, Qi , , :E 1, 4, 1' 1' ' 7 r 1 x ji I H12 RUADXVAY ll 1' H l N ll ll"e :tart upon the runrlwny of our life. ,, 1, .lnd thexe drur walls we leave behind ux now. lg ll The lhrnst of eolrl u:isfort1me'x bitter knife if lllay we hear lzruz-fly, and no rnntlvr lmw if if Good fortune smile: npnn ns iu our ,vlrife ,, if lllay we swear. and respeft our .mernl wow, 11 if No matter 'wlml the portion giz"u by fate- Q, if lVe're lnyul tu Ihr flux: nf Twenty-eiglzt. l, ,, fl lfen though our rutnl nm-r pam through fruitful lnntls, il l ll In the dnrl-ext night, or rosy fluxh uf tlflj',' 'l I , l ll lVhaI If it fmsnzv through Iln' elexverl xun1l.v, ll Y 4 Il ll'r uiuxl help lhuse who full ulong the way, +I 1 4 'l l'0r lender ,hnllnx llllfl hard mul rnllmlxwl llnnzlx ll h - 1 . 1 4 Should rling in ffll'IlII'.Y'lllp .v grip 'lL'lll'lll" er we my 1: ll .al greeting to ll well relnelnhererl nu1te- 'l .1 unfullzer of the z'lu.v.v of Twenty-eigllt. 1, 'r lu l, , Q1 hyha rnn tell ux wlzerr life'.v rorul shall len1l.' ,E 11 llfho will help rt: with nur weary luarlf 'W ' Thaugh Gael ulone has knowledge where we xpeeei, k It is aiirxflws who trawl down the road. fr . 1 v h Q1 Jud when nt luxr from earthly things we rr frvm 11 I1 By the grim reuper whose iueunqueralzle gotul Q: 'W Herzls us one hy one through our last gntr- ., , U70 ure honored nr Ihr elasx of Twenty-eight. P A ,lv ,Q qi. h - 1: . , l li 'Z' 1 L' ,PV '-A V 21-sam H TTT! ' 3 7 - A , A v Q , T --Li , f. 1, g,, :::::::, ----A-- ::::::: ----- f - -:J J ,Y - A A 4 - 1 The Alaurum .,....,...,...,.,,..,,.... 1 if ln lu CLASS PROPHECY T7 SETTING xl Act 1 Monday, June 19, 1940-Offices of "Pittsburgh Herald". Act II Evening of the same day. , Scene I Penn-United Theatre ' Scene ll Apartments in lVilliam-Penn Hotel , DRAMATIC PERSONAE i Editor of newspaper, "The Pittsburgh Herald" ....,... ......... J oseph Boyce 1 Assistant Editor ..... ..................,....................... ........... J o scph Leder r Assistant Editor ...,,... ...... ......... I' ' rank Murray il Advertising Editor ...... .......... E lmer Reed Q: Experienced Reporter .,... ............ I John Rhodes lv Newly-hired Reporter .... ...... H arold Bucklen if Private Secre ..,.Doris Hamer 11 tary .... .... Stenographer .......... .....,..... If vclyn Jones ' Stenographer ....... ....... M ildred Koster , Stenographer ..,.. ...... I ietty Steward I Stcnographer ..... ......................................................................... I Dorothy Miller Stenographer .................................................................................. Helen Frederick il coNDmoNs M' opewmo or THE PLAY "The Pittsburgh Herald," as all other newspapers, is trying to overcome il the revolt of the public against the news which the papers are publishing, as the fg International News of crimes and murders uf outrageous character. Good 'v YCPUFKEYS HTC hard to get and keep. The question is: "VVhat type of news does i' the public mind crave P" YVhen the play opens the office force is at work: the ' three editors are in deep conference in the inner office. The typists and private ,L secretary are all at work. r E. J.:-Since Helen is leaving for Jones and Laughlin Co. tomorrow, let's i, Celebrate tonight so she can remember one day at least. : H. F. :-And so shall we welcome Betty! Thanks. QEnter John Rhodes, , the office pet.J ' J. R.:-lVhy good-morning, my pretty blushing beauties. And why so , l quiet? My punishment for being late? If l'd known the "boss" wasn't watch- ' ing, l wouldn't he here yet. Can't guess whom I saw this morning, though? r Y i i 'Stenos. 'z--No, whom? l J. R.:-Lawrence Allison. Remember him? He's changed so much you'd I never- P D. M.:-Yes, yes, but what is he doing? 1 J. R.. B. s.. J. R.. He's walking the lloor in- r Not with the baby, I hope. j '-No, no-in Gimbel Bros. Department store. l D. H.:-Not long ago I read that he caught a noted thief in a Detroit store. I J. R. 1-Yes, and he gets twice as much money as you and l. lt's not fair. : QEnter Joe Boyce, from inner office, wearing a relieved expressinn.l J. B.:-Good-morning, everybody. All ready for work? QAttitude r W changesj. Xvhere is that newly-hired reporter? That man never has outgrown ,f his childhood habits. VVhy can't people be on time for a change? Don't sup- pose he'll have anything anyhow. John, do you know where he is? ii ' J. R.:-No, sir. l'm not keeping his books. He's old enough--here he isbx M -I fEnter Harold Bucklenj 1 ' H. B.:-Er-good-morning. -Ae 'Ag-Sl ' 1 Z' H- TPS" ,sr 'zifiirfev ::,, :eff ,-1:43-ILJKX ' 44.2.2 The Alaurum .,...,,,.,,,..,.,,.,,..., J. R.:-It you can't get over your usual sleepiness you needn't come at all lTurningj. Now, as I was about to say, our plan which we decided upon the other day, that every member of the force is to gather interesting news, seems to be working unusually well. If each one of you continues to hand in so much good news, l'm positive our paper will come out on top. Right? ' E. J.:-We'll feel more like working today. J. B.:-All right! QTo Doris.l Miss Hamer, I have several important letters to dictate. QTO John and Harold? step into my oliice. QAll set to work halfeheartedly. Enter Elmer Reed. E. R. :-Good-morning, everybody, good-morning. How are we all this morning. Nice and cool, isn't it? Oh boy, I- I. R. :-CComing from officej just a minute there, brother. Save the "hot air." If you don't have all kinds of ads, you'll hear from headquarters. E. R.:-Now listen, you all remember Frank Bibbee, don't you? Well, he's married, has an art and novelty shop in Bellevue, and is a big success. I have his ad herel D. M.:-lVhcre's the iire, Elmer? You- E. R.:-No placwbut again. Remember Leroy Kelbaugh? Well he has a barber shop in Sewickley. He says the girls don't spite his trade a bit by having long hair. Here's his ad. B. S.:-Now while you're getting your breath, listen to this. 4' Miss Fem Bracken is enjoying a vacation at her home on Brighton Heights, New Brighton, Pa. Miss Bracken is resting from the buzz of New York City where she has a noted art studio. This Brighton girl spent a year in France previous to this. All her valley friends wish her continued success." Think of that! M. K.:-More glory to N. B. H. S. Something else, Elmer? E. R. :-A riddle--NVho was the tallest fellow in our senior class? H. F. Franklin Tagg. And he has a garage! E. R.:-Perfectly right. The best one in Leetsdale, that fast-growing town. Now, shall I hear from head-quarters with those? J. R. :--I hope not. lExit J. R. and E. RJ M. K.:-"Lend me your ears," girls. "Beaver Valley Girls Have Miracu- lous Escape! The occupants of a Studebaker coach, driven by Miss Eleanor Hart- man, had one of the most miraculous escapes in the history of Beaver Valley when it literally tumbled all over the newly-completed viaduct between New Brighton and Marion Hill, finally landing at a 45 degree angle against the side. The other occupants of the car, all very prominent business women in the valley, were the following: Miss Helen Bagnell of Beaver, Miss Ruth Terrell of Brighton Heights, and Miss Elva Butler of Rochester. All escaped uninjur- ed." Then it goes on to say that Foster Iden, the Studebaker mechanic of the valley, pronounced the car in perfect condition save for a damaged fender. D. H.:-just think of itl They can thank their "lucky stars" that-but what are you staring at, Jonesy? E. J.:-VVhy look who's comingl QDoor opensj Betty O'Rourke, of all people. QGirls crowid around to greet herl. - B. O'R.:-I'm so glad I happened to pick up a copy of your paper on the train. Besides being a good place for some advice, I was over-anxious to see you girls! I'm way out there in Albany, New York, now, you know. Many people say that being president of the Girl Reserves movement in U. S. is only a name. Hou ever I heartily disagree. D H -Don't worry. We all remember our busy G. R. president in Ara usa L, B. .H. ri : T . ' fR.3sm.Liia3i -.asxf The Alaurum .,.,,,..,,,...,,...,..,..,. B. O'R.:-Beaver Valley is doing excellent work, too. Barbara hflartin is the head of this section, now. She surely has created interest in every school, especially since we have a new' Y. W. C. A. B. S.:-Don't you wish we could go back-Clinter Joe Boycej. J. B. fangrilyj :-Girls, what have I told you about all this work? Don't you- Well, Betty O'Rourke, XVhy didn't you speak? What brings you here? B. O'R.:-Simply this-for some advice in my extensive advertising. J. B.:-Step into my office, please. Klixit J. B. and B. O'R.J. D. M.:-I must find out where she got that adorable marcel! E. J.:-Pardon, but, by the way, what do you all say to a show at the "Penn" tonight and invite Betty? O. K.? IVI. K.:-The very thing. Remember we're going to have a good time. B. S.:-Harken to this! "lNIr. Vincent Berchtold, a most prosperous farmer of VVestern Pennsylvania has been awarded a certificate for having the most perfect Hook of sheep in New York and Pennsylvania. lVIr. Berchtold was graduated from Penn State College some time ago. Perhaps this accounts for his success. He's a N. B. H. S. product, also." D. M.:-Do you all see whom I see? QAII look out windowj. , H. F. :-Jerome Marcus! What do you suppose he's doing? M. K. :-A travelling salesman-but he's coming here. Qtinter J. MJ J. M.:-Pardon me. Can you tell me where the oFiice of the Richman Clothing Co. is? ' D. M.:-Yes, sir. lt's just around the corner. J. M.:-Pardon, but I think l recognize you as N. B. H. S. classmates. D. NI.:-Right you are. Qlinter Betty and Dorisj. J. M.:--XVhy, some more classmates. I meet so many in my travels. The other day l saw Dale McDeavitt in Detroit. He has a very successful harber shop there. Jack Johnson is plant engineer at Damascus Steel Cu. in the "home town." He surely is making great headway. D. H.:-Some one said that Burton Painter had a drug store here in town. ls that right? J. M.:-Yes indeed. I just came from there. Oh yes-another classmate is Viola Parish. I hear she has been transferred from the Youngstown branch oi the Richman Clothing Co. to Pittsburgh. She. has a line joh-secretary to the manager. But I must be going. Good day. Girls:-Good day. KExit J. MJ B. O'R. :-This is a real coincidence. D. NI.:-Pardon my changing the subject, but where did you get that adorable marcel, Betty? B. O'R.:-You mean to say that you haven't seen Dorothy Creiglitonfs beauty parlor here in town? Instead of going to Youngstown as she intended. she came here. D. H.:-This is greatl Do you suppose you and Dot could join our little theatre party tonight at the "Penn"? B. O'R.:-I'd be delighted. I'll see her, and call you later. Good-bye. D. H.:--li Jane Morgan gets in town today, we'll ask her, too. She has finally finished that long medical course. Now she's coming to town to start a drug store. I think she'll come. B. S. :-By the way, did I tell you whom I saw in McCrery's Saturday? E. J.:-Grace Rhein? I saw- her on the third floor. She's one ui theipx best seamstresses. 1 B. S.:-I didn't know she was there, but I did see Marguerite Kr ' 'i BQ uf- tf -,,,,, . ,,,4A,J3:-s ' as gi 1 5 The Alaurum 5 l 1, '1 li ff D. H.:-Speaking of "Peg", do you recognize the girl in the Marmon 11 roadster across the street? D. M.:-lt's Margaret Sutton, and she's coming. QEnter Margaret Suttonj M. S.:-Here's a society ad for your paper. M. K.:-We heard you were in New York. What's new up there? 11 M. S. :-l met Eleanor XVise, who has the Blue-Jay Shoppe for women, 1: thus becoming the Mitzi of Broadway. All kinds of French styles, you know. 1' Oh yes, l want to give you all Alice Jeanne Berchtold's best regards. While I was there she made her debut on the concert stage. She surely is wonderfull '1 H. F.:-N. B. H. S. goods againl 1 llfl. S.:-ln the ikletropolitan Art Gallery l saw the most gorgeous paint- l ing by ,lean Sutherand. She has finally attained national fame, as 1 always Q predicted. But l'll be gaining national fame for speeding if l don't soon leave. 1 Good-bye. 11 D. H.:-Isn't that car a dream? li B. S. :-This material isn't, though. But listen to this! "Miss Helen Klein l made her debut in Pittsburgh society with a well appointed masquerade ball. 1 Miss Klein has just returned from an extensive tour of Europe." From the description it must have been wonderful! - 1 1 M. K.:-And here's another note of interest. "ML Arthur Kennedy, a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, sailed Saturday for South America, w1here he, as a mechanical engineer, will help to pierce the jungles with civiliza- 1 tion." Feature Art doing that ll i D. M.:-Herc's a note of a millinery sale Elizabeth Blount is having. We must go there, for her line of goods is very chic. She moved here in Marchf 1 D. H.:--VVouldn't you like to have Maddalena Belcuiine's position as secretary to the superintendent of Pittsburgh schools? , H. F.:-VVedding bells have rung for Lena Burns. They are living in East 1 End, Pittsburgh. The inevitable happened. E. J.:-This sounds good: "Thieves receive hard Treatment." The 1 heroine is llflary Etta Dixon, who scared away the young upstarts hy appearing as , a ghost. lt says she is a clerk in one of May's drug stores. XVonder which 11 one it isl QEnter joseph Lederl. J. L. :-Here is an installment novel lklr. Boyce sent out. lt.is one of ' hfliss Edith Lynn's. VVe feel highly honored by being allowed to print such a 41 masterpiece in a newspaper. Do your best. QExitj. 11 D. H.:-This is one of her noted novels. It surely will 'add to the sale of if the paper. Here's news from another schoolmate. ulldr. Herbert Frederick, 1 the chemist of the Beaver Valley VVater Co., received a very serious burn about 1 the face and hands last week when the chemicals, with which he was working, exploded. He is recovering nicely and will be able to resume work soon." D. M.:-1 wouldn't want to be a chemistg it's too dangerous. B. S.:-And l wouldn't want to be a farmer. Listen to this. "Mr. Dale 1, Kennedy, a very prosperous farmer of Allegheny County, who was seriously in- Ij jured on Saturday, June 10, when a pet billy-goat attacked him unaware, is re- , covering slowly. The pet, which proved such an enemy, is quietly resting in his stall Now which is the worse? D H.:-Neither is very safe. l think these girls are much safer. The ltlisses Kathleen Sutton of Beaver County, Helen Sabol of Allegheny County. 'tnd llllldred Shoe of Butler County are entering the annual Atlantic City ,S Im iti Pageant. XVe expect to see them in the finals. Bathing beauties never e JIA X ni ,,,- . . fn' I - r . :1 'Z.- ' Sidi ,.. 1 ,.e- A - Y .,.., . 4 .1 - 'e ' . - K-'FT il' A - 17-r: She's head cashier there. A paying job, I should think, from what she told nie. 11 '1 '1 1 V 11 1 1 1 '1 1 1 1 1 eases v gsgg--5-1'4Lf2-,.Q:.-fs ssss -::::ss- or The Alaurum go in the water. Consequently I have proven my point-they are the safest. QEnter Elmer Reedj. E. R.:-Here are more notes I obtained. Ready! Mr. Peter Riddel has been transferred from Armour's Meat-Packing house in Beaver Falls to the Pittsburgh branch. He has a salesman's position here. Next, Miss Mary Ragula is the bookkeeper in the Christmas Savings Department of the Farmer's National Bank. She was recommended by the Union National Bank of New Brighton because of her efkiciency. Finally, I met jacob Sager in Joseph Horne Co. today. He's the elevator man and floor-walker. From his stories, his job is most interesting. Now say I never bring in any news. B. S.:-Bravo, Elmer! 1 can scarcely believe it. QEnter Harold Bueklenj. H. B.:-Somebody ready to take down my news? Catherine Rhodes is head inspector in McCreary's dining hall. She looked charming in her white uniform. Professor Corkan informed me that Miss lVIae Parsons is beginning a history of the American lndian. l noticed in the American magazine that she also received the S1000 prize for the best historical novel written in U. S. A. A great historian is here inevitable. Next, lVIiss Lucile lNIacDonald is giving several readings from station KDKA this evening, besides taking part in two one- act plays in the same program. There-but here comes john with more news. lEnter john Rhodesj. J. R.:-Talk about being footsorel l'm the worst yet. VVhilc visiting the wealthy suburbs I noticed a small kindergarten in which Miss Ruth Beck was holding the undivided attention of all the lads and lasses. Among the nursemaids who called for the children was Miss Frances Smith. Her charge was a very handsome little lad-well, in short, he looked like mel E. R.:-YVell l honestly pity the poor child. . D. H.:-Elmer, Elmer! Apologize immediately. lVe must get this material. E. R.:-l'm very sorry, john. 1. R.:-At the Sew-icklcy-Leetsdalc debate l met iVIiss Dorothy Calvin, the Latin teacher and debate coach. She seemed positive that S. H. S. would win, but-well, you see I don't like debates a bit better now than I did in high school, so l didn't stay. D. Ill.:-This contest for material is surely successful. fEnter Frank Murrayj. F. NI.:-lVIr. Boyce sends orders to stop work as the bell won't ring. He's very much pleased with our progress, so don't disappoint him. E. R.:-Don't worry. lt's all too interesting. fCurminJ ACT ll-SCENE 1 QGroup of girls enter theatre talking excitedlyj jane Morgan :-Did any of you girls recognize one of the girls in the box oHice as Margaretta Henry? She surely was handling that trade splendidly. D. M.:-Do you see who the usher in that isle is? Raymond McLaughlin. E. J.:-Who would ever recognize him with that statue-like expression? M. K.:-All dressed in crimson and gold. Let's show him we're from N. B. H. S. too. fGirls are seatedl. B. O'R.:-WVon't you have a piece of this delicious candy? Evangeline Van Arsdale sold it to me at one of the lldary Lee candy stores. D. C.:-XVe all remember the wonderful candy "Vanny" made in high school. B. S.:-Thank goodness! just in time for a full show. fComedy beginsj?X J. M.:-Look at that comedy cast! Feature llflary Sager as the heroines ' rich auntg Lester VVarmkessel as the hero-an absolute Harold Lloyd' iv-- J ' S Q. I- 13.5 1. zu ff.-jazaag? ' as 62 edgy , . The A laurum 'r 1 1 i M Mary Kennedy as the hero's sister. I H. F.:--Imagine Thurman Skillinger the villain. I D. M.:-Why look who the organist is! Velma Dean! J. M.:-I heard that she played in New Castle for some time, but this is much better. CComedy endsl. V B. S.:-VVhy look who is starring in the main picture! ena Bosworth. r D. H.:-My, but she has changed. That must be her stage makefup. I E. J.:-Why it's Charlotte Dean and Paul. I wonder if it's still Dean. : B. O'R.:-We must try to meet them after the show. v D. C.:-Doesn't that look like Elizabeth Cline two rows in front of us? 1 B. S. :-I wonder if that young man is the possessor of the Rochester ring she 4 used to wear. 1 IVLK.:-Now for that dull national news. D. H.:-Oh no, look! "Beaver Valley has new Y. VV. C. A." 'I'here's ' Anna ,lean DeGraw shown as secretary. D. C.:-The next, too. "Beaver Valley Y. INI. C. A. ranks high." Paul McConnell is Boys' Secretary. ' E. J.:-Isn't that acl clever? YVhy it's Keith Hughes' ad for his butcher ' shop here. H. F. :-just think of the great help those people in the southern mountains are receiving. Look! Dorothy Hunter has charge of one of the mission schools i and Bessie Cobbs is her assistant. . l' J. M.:-There's Robert McCartney's ad for real estate in the South. Since 1 his visit there he'has liked the South so well. I M. K. :-Walter Harris surely has made a big success of the Pitt team this i year. The fellows all seem to like him. " D. C.:-"The light-weight champion of U. S." Tom Baird of all people. I Doesn't he look smaller than ever? I B. O'R.:-Strange things do happen. Donald Druschcl is his manager. 1: E. J.:-XVhy Blanche Baker has an ad in for-let's see! "All social events M make a huge success if planned by Miss Blanche Baker, Social Secretary ol I Pittsburgh." , B. S.:-She can plan our next party and we'll play "lady," I D. H.:-Look at the sturdy crowd of girls Georgia lvlennell has from , Peabody Hi. il D. IVI.:-And Helen IVIolter is coach at South Hi. 'lihink-members of the jr N. B. H. S. team each coaching such rivals! 1' H. F.:-Look-Miss Evelyn Thompson running for the governor- i, ship of Illinois. I hope she wins! D. C. :-A dry-cleaning sale. Whose is it? My coat needs a cleaning badly. IW. K.:-Alan Wells, proprietor. I hear he does a good job, too. B. O'R.:-Alexander Roman is coach of athletics at Swickley Hi. M. K.:-IVhy that news wasn't so had after all. fOrchestra rises from pit! 1 B. S.:-Why look, girls! Richard McDaneI is the drummer. 4 D. H.:-He surely can handle them. CVaudeville lyeginsj. ,X J. M.:-Clarence McKenzie, the magician! I never dreamed of that. 1 H. F. :-Dorothy Rosemund is one of the Sunshine Girls! l E. J.:-Yes and that wonderful chorus as a background! No wonder- Clara Ruse! and Audre Mercer are in it. IA. B. O'R.:-XVho's the graceful acrobat in this act? janet Hostine, I'm sure. CStage curtainl. B. Snnjsliagl we go now? There go Charlotte and Paul. fAfnresaid meet , 3 3 -. in vesti u e . ' S-'ff .215 'IQ .. The Alaurum 7: li I D. C.:-Hello, Brightonersl Yvhere do you keep yourselves? Q Charlotte Dean :-l'm teaching organ down at Dr. Little's Conservatory. ii B. O'R.:-But not for long, I fear, lt's good you don't have gloves on. il E. J.:-It will be Kennedy soon, Dot. 11 D. M.:-By the way do you know whether Elizabeth Cline is married? D. M.:-By the way do you know whether Elizabeth Cline is married or , C. D.:-Oh yes, He graduated from Rochester Hi. They lived in Virginia 1' for one year. I'm sorry to interrupt, but l'm afraid we will miss our train if we i don't hurry. Good-bye, if Girls:-Good-bye. Qllixit C. D. and P. KJ. I: B. S..-Can't guess who operates the movies here? Look at this sign. lr "Ernest Yearger. Union Operator." Q B. O'R.:-N. ll. H. S. really should run this show. Q' fClll'lIIillJ ' r Scene Il takes place in the apartments of the Misses Dorothy Miller and ,: Doris Hamer in the YVilli:im-Penn hotel. As they left the theatre Doris was N knocked down by a car, and taken to the Allegheny hospital. From there she ' was taken to the apartments, where the same crowd of girls is present. Qilurtainj 'X D. H.:-l really don't think Chester Druschel meant to be so reckless. l 'i can't blame him for wanting to get back to his family when he heard of the 1' terrible electric shock they received. And to think that he is an electrician! i, J. M.:-Yes, but it was partly Jay McBride's fault for not being on his 1 policeman's duty on that corner. ' D. C. :-I think it was lucky Robert lVIcNutt was there with the ambulance. D. H.:-1 was so glad l had Alice Kelso for a nurse. She is so sym- ' pathetic. ' M. K.:-Ralph Demeo seems to know his business as a doctor to a "'l"'. B. S.:-l didn't know until this evening that Edra Frame is hospital sec- ' retary there. 4 E. 1.:-1 was surprised at the business-like methods of Evan Sinister as i lawyer. lf it hadn't been for him, the trouble wouldn't be fixed up yet. ' D. M.:-Phyllis Murphy makes a lovely nurse. lt was so kind of her to Q leave duty to inquire about you. 'r D. H.:-Oh well, let's forget all about it now. Please tune in on KDKA i r r r 4 'n Y 'i H. F.:-just in time to hear the Red Arrow Quartet program. Listen! VVhy Howard Myers is baritone and clown of the quartet. Remember him in ji "Pinafore"? ii ll. O'R. :-Yes and he was our class president. iQ D. H.:-This surely has been a most wonderful day. Helen is leaving. and I' I'll be leaving soon. See! CHolds up left handj. l E. J.:-Doris Hamer! VVho is he? i D. hfl.:-Engaged to the "Unknownl" None can find out. And so ends l the news of one of the most interesting days in our lives. 4 q0..ffaf,.y By MfXRX' CREDE, '2S. Q1 PROPHECY OF THE PROPHET 11 . As the curtain went down on the last scene we heard, through the audience, ' calls for the writer of this sensational and very popular play. After five min- utes of suppressed excitement the curtain again rose. The hero appeared leading 1'-' the popular playwright. lklary Crede. Needless tn say, she was greeted wigbfx V" j. overwhelming applause. ' , . Amee Kenso, '2 A- 3 1 J s Qs ss,-fre-se-Qs.-" oil:-2 4 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 4 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 4 4 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 4 4 4 44 44 44 44 44 4 4 44 44 44 44 44 44 ! I 4 4 14 14 0 4 14 4 . 4 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 4 44 4 44 4 44 44 u Q4 A P 4 k 4 . 1 emi - - 4 - X A 1 5,i4f'K' -E' L '- 7 .V . 4 E "' Q1 K - L 3 ' K.. W V ? P, xl jaururgs The ijogwp A U .ik , 5- fag! to W The Alaurum , 4, 4, 4, 4, li l N li 4 4 4 . ,U --.- My 4 4 . 4 lr - '4 V ll l ' N - 1 fl Q S Q N i fi ll , , - ll 4, , 4, ll 2 I i ll i A . ' l Z 2 P 1' V l X " + 1: A.. .,....,-- .,4 .....t 31 li 7? 4 lr lr 4, 4, lr ll lr l4 44 'r 4, 4, '4 In 'l , , , , lf 14 As beniors we will, always think of how we came one day. Q l f 1 . 14 lo be taught how to claim our own from all the world away. 1' 4 , 4 14 'I hen as Sophnmores we thought we were as gay as we could he, fl f: Striving hard toward our victory. Q '1 Striving hard toward our victory. 14 ll XVQ are proud to say 14 1 That We held Sway, 1 ,4 As Juniors seldom do: 1 . v . . l Q' VVinnmg our friends as scliuulmates tried and true. ,4 , 4 'X Dear old Seniors grand 1 ,1 YVe now do stand '4 14 All dangers to defy, 4, l - . . 1 11 As we take our leave oi clear old Brighton High. i 14 l' l, I , l 14 Farewell Brighton High forever, 1' if 'Tis a parting that severs all our ways. ,, 14 But remember that twcntv-ei 'ht , . 1, 4, ll Xvill stand loyal to their High School Days. QL 4, 4 ll Dorus Hamlin, if 4 i 4 42 LH.Auu,o1'1'E DEAN 14 fl LESTER Xvmmxxssm. 14 lr ll 4 N ll , 4 , 4 ' 4 ll 4 ll ' -fn' 4, 41 . 14 fx . ,. 4, 1 x, 44 , K " ,.. 4 ,ml X4 Y J-4 M A l -sv-5 . ll JU W ji ,-1 t.,:,-,- fx, :JL ,,,,, :::, -::,,,,a.mg3Lx f Jfsl'-Eiy' - Iaurum A me TV ww ww w wl ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww w ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww- ww ww w ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww w ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww w ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww .w The Alaurum - LAWRENCE Anmsox "He wus gentle and meek, A man of few words." Literary 1, 11, III, Iv. HELEN BAGNEx.n-"Shari" "Very jolly: miller short Literary I TI-IONIAS BAIRDTHSCUII-Yu "Like some brave knight ot old, he dashed into the fray, The lists rang loud nnrl long, we won the game that day," Football Squad Ilg Football Varsity III, IVQ Basketball Manager IVQ Lit- erary I, II, III. 4 BLANCH E BAKER-"SI1orry" "A safe companion :md a luvlng fx-lend." Alaurum Staffg Literary I, II, III, IVg Commercial Contest III, IV. In all respects rx mighty good sport." 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4 4 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, , , 4 4 , , , , , 4 , 4, , , , , 4, 4 4 , , 4, , 4 4 , , , , , , , , u 4, 4, , , , , , , , 1 4, 4 4, 4, 4, 4 , 4, 4, , 4, , 4 4 , , , , , , ZX +2-23 .af The Alaurum ,,,..,,,,,.,.,,,,.,,,..,.. 11 11 1 11 1 1 1, , , 1 1 1 1 RUTH BECK-"Pac" 1 1 "Here's to our Ruth. gay and glad. 1 1 I . Literary I, II, III, IVQ Girls' Glee Club 11 II, III, IVQ Geneva Academic IIIg 11 Invitation Committee for Jr.-Sr. Ban- 11 quetg Operetta-"I-I. M. S. Pinaforenp 11 Sr. Class Playg Chaimnan of Sr. Lit- Here"s Lo the lovable way she held." 1 erary Program Committee. 11 W1 1 11 11 11 11 11 ' I1 lVlAuufn.uNfx BEl.cui.F1Nla 1, "A born Bookkeeper. 11 What u splendid enr for carrying n lien. 11 Alam-um Staffg Commercial Contest 11 III, IV. 11 11 1 1 1 1' "Vessels large may venture fm' 11 But little boats should keep near shore! 1 Literary I, II, III, IV. VINCENT liiskcH'roLD 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 1, - 11 11 11 11 1 I 11 11 1 ALICE JE,-.NNE B1aRcH'roLD 1 "A sweat disposition, a sunny smile, Makes hex' friendship it thing worth while." 11 11 Class Treasurer I, IV3 Class Secretary '1 II, IIIQ Refreshment Committee Ilg , Academic III, IVQ Literary Committee ' III IVg Mixed Chorus 1Vg Operetta IV, Glee Club IV: Play Committee III Crimson and Gold III, IVg Invi- XX tation Committee IVg Class Play IV. 3 'A 'eg -v p- ...f . .ff-.' 1 ,Tx , Q. E 'r 'fl '--. ,eluyl -,, ::1-IQ.. lk-V ' Y ' -. - A :ff-:,. ,Z .... T , ff-7: .K V , l .- LT'z9,cmQe::: - -A-- ef,-ffeeeee.-f -Y-::::- Y The Alaurum FRANK Blaasa-"Red" "Took my girl lux- a ride one duy, Vvhen the Ford hegnn to balk." Jr. Hi-Y, sr. Hi-Y III, IVQ Jr. class Playg Literary I, II, III, IV. ELIZABETH B1.ouN1'-"1?efty" "She has no cures and has nu woes. Ax joswu liovc E-"Sun 4'Never wo busy to join ln fun, A lw id takes life just as lt comes and goes." Literary I, II, III, IVQ Girl Reserves II, IV: Freshman Reception Commit- teeg Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee, Stand Committee, Candy Committee. ny" nys on lmnd when there's work to he do Literary I, II, III, IV, Contest II, Pitt Academic II, III, Cheer Committee III, Play Committee III, Literary Committee IV, Class Play IV, Hi-Y 1, III, IVQ Class Basketball IIIg Crimson and Gold Stall' IV, Alaurum Staff IV. LENA Boswomeu-"Bos.4y" "She is no foe to nny mnn, But she can tnlk to beat the band." Literary I, II, III, IVg Mixed Chorus II, III, IVg Glee Club I, II, IIIQ Art Club Ig Girl Reserves II5 Alaumm Staff. ne." ,.,...,'-.-0-..,-..-..........-..,.,.,.,.,. Z 7 4 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 4 4 4 4 44 44 4 4 4 4 4 44 44 4 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 4 4 4 4 44 44 44 44 44 4 4 4 4 4 44 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 44 44 4 4 44 l 4 4 4 4 44 44 4 4 44 44 4 4 44 44 44 44 4 4 4 4 X 4441393 W U 4 4 4 Q 77242 Alaurum T' il 4' 14 4: P l 44 4: il 1 '4 4 14 4 4 Li il V 4 '4 FBRN BRAQKEN-"Curly" li "Still water runs deep." fg Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committeeg Junior ji 14 Class Play Committee. 4: 4 4, 44 4, l4 44 '4 4, '4 4, il 4 4 4' li 41 If 44 4 'V 4 .. YI 41 Hzmonu BUCKLEN1uBIlt'b-l' 14 if "Gleaming hair, classy clothes. fl 44 Leader in Parisian Styles." 4: 4 4 14 Literary President I, IIQ Vice-Presi- 4: 4! dent of Class IIQ Geneva Contest Il, '4 4: IIIg Pitt Contest IIIQ Jr. Hi-Yg Sr. 4' 44 Hi-Y IIIQ Jr. Class Iflayg Sr. Ring 44 Q4 Committeeg Cap Committee IV. 44 '4 . il i4 14 '4 34 4 4, 44 4 3 4 41 LENA BURNS-"Cuz" 41 4 l 4: -'she mug 44.-was the rigid rule. 41 44 The dull restraint, the chldlng frown 14 1: The wenry mrnlning at the school, 4: 4, Cannot tame her splrit down." 44 4 A I 4, 4: Literary I, Illg Freshman Reception fn 4: Committee IIQ Girl Reserves Ilg Cap 4: 4, Committee IV. 44 '4 14 14 11 44 i4 14 il 1' I' li li 4 P 11 il i4 44 Env.-1 Luc1m.s BUTLER 4, 4 l 41 "Yes, Elva is modest, that we know is true: li 14 She's wlse and earnest also, 4 14 ' She's never sad or blue." 41 44.4 Literary I, II, III, IVQ Invitation Com- 4i .54'.,- mittee of Jr.-Sr. Banquet. 14 gs- 41 .- 44 "+L-U '-1- 1' fnfsf ' 4 'i 'fr A ' 1 4 ' 34? '21 -r QSIQ, lf TTT: 44 'faire Q 11 , T " Y" :Q '4 I g' f ,gg,,1f::::::: iff, fe: :eeff ,-:::::::::::: :J if Wie Alaurum .......,,..,,.....,,....,.. '1 '1 '1 il 41 1 1 1 DOROTHY CA1.v1N-"Dat" Qi "The honor roll oft bears her nnme, 1' Predicting for her future fume." 11 1 Literary I, II, III, IV, Girls Glee Club 11 II, III, IV, Academic Contest II, III, 1+ Pitt Contest II, Jr.-Sr. Banquet Com- 11 mittee, "I-I. M. S. Pinafore" IV, Sr. '1 Class Play, Sr. Literary Program '1 1 il '1 1 P P 1 1 1 1 1 1 E1.1z,xn1s1'H CLINE f i Committee IV, Alaurum Staff IV. 11 "She has no tlme for men nor fume, A mere diploma is her ulm." :1 1 Literary I, III, IV5 Girl Reservesg Geneva Contest. 1 1 1 1 1 41 1 1 1 1 1 MMV Caron 1 1 "You are nn asset to our class, 1 You always wlth hlgh honors pass. ' A kind und loving. helpful friend. You're one on whom we can depend." '1 1 1 1 1 Literary 1 11, III, IV, Mixed chorus it III, IVQ G'irl's Glee Club 1, III, lVg 1 Music Memory III, Geneva Con- tests , II, III, IV, Pitt contest III, 1 IV, Jr.-Sr, Banquet Committee, Sr. 1 Ring Committee, Crimson and Gold 1 II, III, Editor-in-chief IV, Girl Re- +1 serve II, III, IV, Operettas I, IV. 11 1 '1 '1 1 DOROTHX' CREIGHTON-HDUIIJJI I "This jolly, carefree glrl, ls a valued friend indeed, In music we feel sure that Dutty wlll succeed." , Literary I, II, III, IV, Mixed Chorus 1: II, III, IV: Glee Club 1, I-I, III, IV, 'i 1 Essayist IV, Freshman Reception Committee, Jr.-Sr. Banquet Com- -' mitteeg Alaurum Statfg Sr. Class fb Play, Crimson and Gold Staff, "I-I. -r" M. S. Pinafore"3 Sophomore party 1 L. Cummitteeg Secretary of Literary Ig Z5 -f " Music Memory III, IV. le - - 1- N ' N- L1 N :1"1 I. -Sz" , 5 1.2Qtif5..-f -.-::,4ameeQle ' WF:-123 4 44 4 44 :rx- Wze Alaurum 4 '4 4, 4 4, 44 44 41 '4 4' 4, 4 4, 44 4, 4 4 ,1 4 1 4 44 Bsssls E. Cosss 44 4 4 4: "Silence sweeter is than speech." 44 4 V Academic Contest III, Literary I, II, 44 , III, IV. 41 i 1 1' 41 5 4 4, ,4 4, 44 4 4, 4 4, , 4 4 fl 4 CH.uu.o1'TE M. DEAN 44 1' "A smull. petite girl, 41 14 But we'll ngfree with the rest. 1' We found out long ago. 4, 4' Thnt big things aren'L nlwnys best." 44 1 Academic III, IV, Orchestra II, III, 4 4, IV, Mixed Chorus I, II, III, IV, Girl's 44 Glee Club II. III, IV, Jr.-Sr. Banquet 4 4, Committee, Freshman Reception Pro- 14 4 gram IV, Literary I, IV, Crimson 4, 14 and Gold IV. 4' 4 44 44 4, 1, 4 1 4 1 4 4 41 41 it 4 14 14 1, RALPH DEMEO-"Sl1eik" 1, 11 "Girls lnixy come, and girls may go, 4: 44 Bur. I gn on forever." 44 , 4 14 Literary III, IV, Sr. Hi-Y III, IV, Sr. 41 Class Play, Stand Committee IV. .4 4, 4 11 4? 14 44 44 44 44 '4 4 41 11 4 41 41 44 44 44 4, .. . , 4 4 VELMA FAYE DEAN1 Deanna ' 4, 11 "Velma is very sensible, 1: 44 Clever and so sweet. 44 4: Everyone admires her. because I She is nent." 4, ,. 4 Literary III. 44 ,xr 41 ' 44 'Q 45 44 :TPIK1 5' 1' fbi is: 4' gem, 4 1T'7.' 1 1 1 . 11 T 1,1 :.... 41 1' au, Q-M' -:::::.A:- .-f.-.-J -:::f, :::::: -:::::::::QJ The Ailaurum As hnskethall manager she proved her Worth, Alu' ANNA JEAN DEGRAW-"Jeanne" nys liresent when ii comes to mirth." Literary II, III, IV: Sec. of Literary IV, Manager of Girl's Basketball IV, Jr.sSr. Banquet Committeeg Fresh- man Reception Committeeg Girl Re- serves III, IV. Cmssren IJRUSCIIEI.-HCIIPIH "If there's noise around the classroom Or some chalk goes on xx spree, 1-lere's n hint my gentle reader: Don't ask Chet-it wus:-l'l he?" Literary I, II, IV, Football III, IV, Secretary and Treasurer of Jr. Hi-Y Ig Sr. H1-Y III. IVIARY ETTA DlxoN-"Lizzie" "A mnirlen never hold." Girl Reserves IV. DONALD Dnvscusr.-"Dan" "What would our class do without Dun, Who worries the tc-nchers und never is still?" Football I, II, III, Varsity IV, Mana- ger Vg Literary I, II, III, IV, Hi-Y President I. 'T M r M M M 4. M M M M l l v M M l M M l r l r M M M M M w M M M M 4 M 1 M M M 4, M M M 1 M M M M 1, M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M r M M M M M 1 r M M M M M M M M M M M M Z X '.Li'42,'Zj M M M 'M M M MI M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M MC M I The Alaurum HELEN FREDERICK "1-Ielen's quiet. shy. and modest. Just the same she's full of fun, Always ready for rl frolie, When the recltzxLlon's done." Literary I, II, III.. IV, Girl's Glee Club II, III, IV, "H. M. S. Pinaforen IV, Alaurum Staff IV, Crimson and Gold Staff IV, Girl Reserves II, IV, Com- mercial Contest IV. HERBERT VVALTER FREDERICK "They say the Sphinx is speechless, But Herbert is silent, Loo: He keeps us ever guessing Just what he's Boing to do." Literary I, II, III, IV, Academic Con- M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 4 4 M 4M M M M M M M M .M,' Y-. ,IQ 1 'P QQ s 'K test IV. EDRA Fa,xME-"Eddie" "We never knew this glrl, To come without her lesson: Her diligence, we know, yVill prove to her a blessing." Literary III, IV, Girl Reserves IV. GEORGE GARMEN "Minds his own business well, and Studies hard with evident success." Literary I, II, IV, Hi-Y III, IV, Sr. Play, Stand Committee IV, Geneva ,Contest III. . ., Gil, :yu--34 'ggi .. rel. 1- - - EY f Q. ' '1 f?g15fg:: -:::::::- - -- The Alaurum Doius HAMER-"Dodii-" "YVith her music charms, "' She cannot hull," Literary 'I, II, III, IV, Girl Reserves II, III, IV, Literary Program Com- mittee III, Sr. Play, Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee: Commercial Contests III, IV, Girls' Glee Club I, II, Mixed Chorus.II. III, IV5 Orchestra III, IV, "I-I. M. S. Pinafure"g Crimson and Gold IV, Alaurumg Sr. Invitation Committee, Medley Committee IV, Freshman Reception Committee III. 4 NVALTER Hmuus He stood like n rock midst the waves o S0111 VVe ncfcr had :L captain ns stalwart us he." Football I, II, III, IV, Captain IV' Basketball I, II, ul, Iv, captain IVE Track I, II, III, IV, Literary I, II, III, Iv. MARGAKETTA HENRY-"Peg" "Patient and quiet nnd studlous, Koo, This mlcscrllxvs Murgrxlretm thru :md thru. Literary II, IV, Kittanning High I, II. fil ELEANOR HAR'1'MAN-"Dirk" "The kind of -lx friend who will lust in the end." Literary II, III, IV. 'ie .IX q 11 '1 41 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 41 '1 41 41 '1 41 11 1 1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 '1 '1 1 1 1 1 lr 41 '1 '1 '1 '1 '1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 V '1 '1 '1 '1 l 1 il 'V .WJ-Q52 The Alaurum .,.,,..,..,.,.,.,,,,,,.,,. I1 11 it 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1: JANET Hos'rrNE-"Jim" if "A good stenog always chews gum." I Literary I, II, III, IV, Class Basket- ball II, III, Varsity Basketball III, 1 IV, Freshman Reception Committee IV, Jr. Class Play III. 1 V Y , 1 1 1 1 r 1, 1 'v 41 '1 'n FE f: Literary I, II, III, IV, Sr. Hi-Y II, 1, III, IV. Ii 11 KEi'rH H UGH ES "lVith grnceful steps he walks the streets And smiles on all the girls he meets." 1, lr lr 'n 41 11 1 1 , FOSTER IDEN ' "Heres to n boy who sings so well. , 'A 1: Great urtist ho:-'ll be--Who can tell?" 1 ' 1 1 1 Mixed Chorus II, III, IV, Orchestra xl II, III, Glee Club II, III, IV, "H. M. S. ' ' 11 Pinaforen IV, I-Ii-Y I, II, III, Literary 1 m, Iv. K W . V .- fx o U" KX ,I '1 1 1 1 V 1 1 1 1 1 1' Doxorm' C. HUNTER-"Boats" N, "Dorothy, n maid buth wlnsome and jolly, 11 And truly nverse to things melancholy." is . , Literary I, II, III, IV, Music Memory "' IV, Public Speaking IV, Academic Contest III. XX M. an flf ":3'3f1 :Jeff TA- ' v 1 W, .. - . fifim-- Eff - . fr?-P5511 "zaeL.e-L-qeeef - - -ee,-, , A - A .pil we 5? fa J fi' 11 2 Wit ' '-'P Q ,a1+f'1.'. 2 ' r g jbifike The Alaurum JACK JOHNSON "lf silence were golden. I'd be n millionaire! Orchestra I, Jr. Hi-Y I, Sr. Hi-Y III, IV, Sr. Play Committee, Freshman Reception Committee IV, Literary I. II, III, IV. Ev m.vN JON ss-"Claim-y" "IVith disposition plensnnl and friends galore." Literary I, II, III, IV, Crimson and Gold Staff IV, Alaurnm Staff, Girls' Glee Club I, Commercial Contest I, Girl Reserves II, III, IV, Geneva Con- test II, Ring Committee IV, Literary Program Committee I, Decoration Committee Sophomore Party. Ames Kisnso "She keeps the minutes ut our class, This quiet, stylish friendly lass, She studies hard and makes the A'S And then she finds some time for plays. Literary I, II, IV, Girl Reserves II, IV, Sr. Class Play, Social Commitee of Girl Reserves, Orchestra I, II, IV, Operetta IV, Class Secretary I, II, IV. LsRoY KELs,xuGn-" Ray" "Has xi twinkle in his eye, That attracts ench pnsserby. Dresses in the latest style, Alwnys greets you with si smile." Literary I, II, III, IV, Program Com- mittee II, History Academic Team II, Jr. Hi-Y I, Jr. Class Play III, Vice- President, Literary III, Boys' Glee Club III, IV, Mixed Chorus IV, Ring and Pin Commitee IV, Invitation Committee IV, Class Secretary I. II, IV. 1 41 'r l1 41 1 '1 11 lr 41 '1 '1 1 1 I 2 . W1 'r 41 4 1 4 H 1 V 'I 4 1 1 4 4 1 41 4 4 4 4 4 41 11 11 11 41 11 41 lr 1 1 lr '1 '1 1 1 11 1 w '1 '1 '1 '1 'r in '1 11 4 'F V T7ze Alaurum 4 U lr tl 4 MARY KENNEDY-"K" 4 4, "Happy-go'Iucky, fair und free. I' Nothing that exlsls bothers me." M Girls' Glee Club II, Literary III, Girl 14 Reserves II, III, IV. l 4 r U w v l w lv M M 0 il IL ARTH uv, KENNEDY-nd rf" lr l , "And what he greatly thought, 1+ He nobly dared." l ji Football I, II, III, IV, Jr. I-Ii-Y I, Sr. 'L I-Ii-Y II, III, IV, President, Sr. Hi-Y i IV, Literary I, II, III, IV, Jr.-Sr. +, Banquet Committee, Invitation Com- lr mittee IV. is w lr il 1 ll 1 4 H 4 4 ll 4 I Mimmen Kssrmz r U if il Basketball IV, Literary II, III, IV, M Commercial Contest III, IV, Girls' Q' Glee Club II, Mixed Chorus II, Stand 11 Committee IV, Invitation Committee 'l IV. ll 1, ' "XVe know her by her jolly air, Laughing eyes, and let black hair." l l D v W 'r lr 'r 'r in ii DALE KENNEDY-"Fat" H :Q "Silence ls golden, . A And everybody wants gold." Literary I, 11, III, Boys' Glee Club III. .A ZX RGBQQ x ET. fv A 1 2 ' ' ' 7z".- X2 I' .. 1. t. -Z- N -rg,-L A I 1'i"35si?f'23Lj :::::,:-:sw :,,,:, W-, The Alaurum HEIIIIN KLEIN-"Slim" I'm not short. I'm nDt tall, I'm just n. llttle stout. Thut's all." Literary I, II, III, IVg Jr. Class Playg Academic Contest I, III. MlXRGUERl'l'E Kk.u'nli.x,-"Peg" "She liusn't very much to sny, But yet she has a wlnning wily, XVe know that Marg will have silo:-I-ss And hope ll brings her hnpplness. Literary I, II, III, IVQ Girl Reserves II, 111, IVg Glee Club xi, ui, xv, Operetta--"I-I. Ill. S. Pinaforen IVQ Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee IIIQ Mixed Chorus IVQ Athletic Banquet Com- mittee IV. Josseu Leona-"Jar" "Joseph ls ulways merry and tray. Always hus some word to say. Yet he's llx-m ln hls endeavor. lvlxen he tries, lids very clever." Geneva Academics IIQ Sr. Play IVg Literary I, II: French Club IVQ Mid- land High IIIQ Athletic Banquet Com- mittee. Eurn-I LYNN-"Do11y" "Some day a writer great she'll be As by her storles now we see. VVe know that on her future way, Slle'll surely gain success each day." Literary III, IV: Committee Jr.-Sr. Banquet Decoratinng Crimson and Gold Staff IV. 1 lr I4 lr M '4 W 14 14 4 4 4 '4 4 'r 4 4 '4 4 4 lr 4 4 4 'I '4 '4 lr lr 44 M 4 4 44 +4 I4 44 4 " The Alaurum -R Lucius II4ACD0NAl.D1"LIlkF" "A dainty bud to blossom into n rose! Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee, Fresh- man Reception Committee, Literary I, II, III, IV: Sr. Class Play, Public Speaking III, IV, Manager of Sopho- more Girls' Basketball Team, Athletic Banquet Committee. Jsaoxia W. lldARCUS "A bird ls know by its note, A man hy his speech." Literary I, II, III, IV, Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Banquet III, Sr. Stand Committee IVg Boys' Glee Club i Sr. Class BARBARA MARTIN-"Bm-If' "Ever Studlous and Thoughtful." Literary Society Program Ilg Girls' Glee Club IIQ Art Club I5 Class Bas- kffbiag Team II, III, Girl Reserves II, JAY IVICBRIDE "Jay ls e'er so full of tricks You'd think he was a Ind of slx, At friends he's always poking fun, He wins a laugh from everyone." Football III, IV, Track II, Literary I, II, III, IV, Jr. I-Ii-Y I. III, IV, Mixed Chorus III, IV, Operetta-"H. M. S. Pinaforen IVg Play IV. ZX Cv"-:N "li 11.427 if ix? 'K'-. 1f1K 'g S I ' -4 JF-5'e-'Liz-A5A,S.4m: - - The Alaurum PAUL MCCONNELL-"1Mfzck" "A friend to ull, A foe to none, If this be your moLto1 Your victory is won," Literary I, II, III, IVg Jr. Class Play III: Program Committee Ig Operetta IV3 Entertainment Committee IVQ Mixed Chorus IV, Boys' Glee Club IV3 Stand Committee IV. Ricu.-mu MCDANEL-"Dirk-" "I-Iappy nm I, from care nm I free. Vvhy cnn't they all be content like me?" Orchestra III, IV, Academic Contest IV. ROBERT IWCCARTNHY-"Bob" 44A lzoy who's line, clean ond neat, He's uprlght. true, and square, And if you want o quiet lad, You know that Bob is there." Literary I, II, III, IV3 Jr. Hi-Y Ig Sophomore Party Committee, Breck- ridbe, Mo, High II, Mixed Chorus II, Glee Club IIIQ Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Banquet, Refreshment Com- mitteeg Football Squad III, IV, Gisonom Maxxum. "To he athletic is to be happy." Basketball I, II, III, IV, Captain IV3 Literary III, IVg Stand Committee III, IV, Jr. Class Play: Girl Reserves Ig Freshman Reception Committeeg Cap Committee. 1 1 1 1 1 1 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 5 41 11 1 1 1 41 41 41 41 41 41 11 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 1 1 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 P 1 41 41 1 41 41 41 41 41 41 1 1 41 ! x EI-232 ,-, , . .Q .V , 1 1 T7ze Alaurum , l, 1, 4, '1 X , + W W lr 1, 1, 1, . 1, ,, "Hero's to n buy who's bnshtul you think 1: But let hlm alone and he'll give you the wink." Q1 Jr. Hi-Y Ig Football IIIQ Track Mann- ,1 get IVg Vice-President of Literary IV. 1, 1, 'N 1, 1, 1, lr W lr , DALE McD1aAv1'1'r , H ,Q DOROTHY M11,1,1s11-"Dar" "A cheery smile she gives to you 11 Each and every duy. ,I A lrlend who'll ulwnys be true blue. 1, Sweet in every way." , v M 1, Literary IIIQ Jr.-Sr. Banquet Com- ,Q mittee IIIg Alaurum Statfg Sophomore 1 Party Committee. , 4, lm lb lb 1' .. W , , , X, , I: CLARENCE NICKENZIE 1: "Men of few words are the best men." 11 Literary 1, II, III, IVp stand com- 1, mittee vg Jr. Hi-Y Ig sr. Hi-Y 11, III. ll lr lr lr '1 41 4, lr ,j RAYMOND MCLAUGliI,IN :I "Happy am I from cure l'm free lr Why z11'en'L they all contented like me?" , If Comnpexeial Club I, Ilg Literary , , Societ' I II III IV5 Class Track IIIg y . . Football sqdaa IIIQ vmimy Iv. ,C asia I-43:11 "ij- fi- , C11 I-' -1 wi - , ITTI ' 'HQ-, fi 4 "' 4. Q1-1521.-:J :J , :,-S, :Jeff J.-.A- ee, i , n. 77142 Alaurum HELEN Mournk-"Helen "Ive fem' that Helen Wbuld not tell Tha! she plays basketball so well." Litereary I, II, III, IV, Academic II, III, IV, Candy Committee IV, Sr. Stand Committee IV, Alnurum Stahl, Basketball II, Varsity III, IV, Class Basketball I, Athletic Banquet Com- mittee IV. Roamvr McNU'r'r-"Boob" "With 11 rattling of bolts :md xx hunk of the horn." - Literary I, II, III, IV, Football III, Hi-Y I, II. 41 1 '1 M 'l 1 41 1 r 1 ll U '1 ir U 1 H 1 M ir 'V M 'l 'r 1 U 1 1 1 JANE MORG:KNi"JHllP" "A pretty Way, n winning smile, Dressed so neatly and right in style." Literary I, II, III, IV, Academic II, III, IV., Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee III, Sr. Class Play Committee IV, Sr. Class Play, Girls' Glee Club I, Il, IV, Librarian IV, Girl Reserves III, IV, Treasurer IV, Secretary Literary Society III, IV, Crimson Eyebrows II. FRANK Mulumv-"Slim " "Now Frank ls so very tall l-Ie makes the rest of us look small, He proved an asset to our band, He nlways lends n helping hand." B. F. H. S. '24 and '25, Football Var- sity IV, Basketball Squad IV, Track Squad III, Hi-Y IV, Literary IV. 1 1, 1 1 V U M M 1 1 1 4+ . M '1 . ,, U 1, M H M 41 M '1 W 'r W 11 M 1 , I.. .r ' fx Dm an J8.'2'Np , T . :C A V L. .. -Y ' slr?-Q4 Y The Alaurum .,,,...,...,,...,,.,,,.,. ll V ir 4+ ll fi ji Pl-1Y1.ms MURPHY-"Ikey" 1: "Nothing to du but get n. job?" 1: Music Memory Ig Glee Club III, IV, 4, Literary I, IV, Chairman of Enter- ji tainment Committee for Freshman if Reception IV, Crimson and Gold Stall' w III, IV, Flower Committee IIg Book- I1 keeping Contest III, "I-I. M. S. Pina- 1, fore" IV. l M ll , , , ll il 11 Houuuzu Mvmas-"Ham" l, .ll 1, X true sport in every sense of the word M , A Literary I, II, III, IV, Sr. Class Play, fl Plnafore Operetta IV, Alaurum Staifg if Orchestra III, Boys' Glee Club II, III, 1. IV: Mixed Chorus II, III, IV, Jr. Hi-Y I' Ig Sr. Hi-Y II, III, IV, Basketball II, il III, Track I, II, III, Class President 1 11, 111, IV. I i 1 ll 4 ' Bie'r'rY O'RoURKE-"Berry" I "Nowhere so busy al girl as She, there wus, , And yet she seemed busier than she wus." il Mixed Chorus II, III, IV, Music Mem- H cry III, Glee Club II, III, IV, Crime I son and Gold Stat? IV, Alaurum Staff, H Editor-in-Chief, Literary Team III, I' IV, Academic Team I, II, Chairman .1 Jr.-Sr. Banquet Menu Committee, HH. L+ M. S, Pinaforen IV, Girl Reserves II, Q III, IV, President IV. . 'i ln 'n 'r lr li V 4 Yi li ' VIOLA PARRISH "A girl of few words." , A Literary I, II, III, IV. XX 64 x E- .2- f .35 , . .' I ' . . 1 N V -Wil! -GT . . - " f- . - 1 " - .Y 7n'?S5e::T-ia9,eT..:,,.- : , ,A , ,ee This stutelv miss is quiet. she nevex mal es x sound. In fact its xnlhex dllllcull, To tell when 1-.hes mound." A busmese man thruubh and through." .Ir Class Play Commlttee, Class Bas- ketball III Jr I-IxY I, Sr Hi-Y Il, III IV, Treasurer Sr HAY IV, Jr. Class Play, Chaxrman Decoration Commlttee Jr Sr Banquet, Presi- dent of Llterary III IV Alaurum Staff, Crimson and Gold Staff IV: Sr. Class Play, Geneva Contests IV, Chau-man Athletxc Banquet Com- T7ze A Iauram' BURTON PAINTER 'Burton ls not the talking kind, Of course, we dm-ft know why, But u closed mouth means a wel A fact we can't deny." ' Literary I. MAE PAksoNs-"Slmrf,1-" Of manners gentle, nf nffection mild." Rlterary I, II- III, IV, Girl Reserves 1 l trained mind '1 '1 '1 41 41 41 1 '1 '1 '1 '1 41 1 1 41 1 1 1 1 41 41 1 1 1 1 1 1 41 41 1 1 1 41 41 41 41 41 41 1 1 1 41 41 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 41 1 1 '1 '1 '1 '1 '1 1 1 4l 41 1 V '1 4h 1 41 41 41 '1 41 '1 1 '1 1 41 11 '1 1 1 1 11 '1 1 1 :1 1 11 1 1 P 1 41 lb 1 1 ll 11 lb 11 '1 '1 l1 '1 1 1 11 '1 '1 11 W1 '1 '1 '1 '1 11 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 '1 11 11 11 1 11 11 1 P 1 1 I l 1 11 11 41 .It If nga! -...r The Alaurum GRACE RHE1N-"Graff" "Gentle and quiet in every way Never having much to say." Literary Society I, II, III, IVQ Girl Reserves II, III, IV, Girl Reserves Church Committee IV, Class Basket- ball II, III. JOHN RH0DESiuJ0Illlllvl'U "Clever alike with tongue and pen." Crimson and Gold I, II, IV, Art Club I, II, IIIQ Literary I, II, Vice President of Jr. Hi-Y Ig Class Play III, Class Play Committee IVQ Class Poet IV. CATHERINE RHODES "She seldom makes a sound, That we scarcely know when she's around." Literary II. PETER R1ooEL-"Pere" "Never trouble trouble till trouble troubles you." Football Scguad IIIg Football Varsity IV, Track quad II, III, IV, Jr. Hi-Y ,HQ .' ' ' .1 1 ,if--L1 '-Q, fl- v ' - L . 51:54 1 - :LQ "'-. 113. C 1'f'f,' -. I " , Ji?-Fig Wie Alaurum ALEXANDER ROMAN "Study makes learned men." III, IVg President of Literary IV. DoRo'rHY Ros15UmUNn-"Dada" "Now llttle girl, don'L you cry, You'll have red lmlr until you die." III, IV, Sr. Class Play. JACOB Sanuk-"Jnke" Q Silence is more eloquent than words." Sophomore Literary, Freshman Re- tion Decoration Committee. 1 1 HELEN Sfmoi. "Flirting is a desperate game, But I am 11 desperado." Crimson and Gold Staff, Play Com- mittee, Literary I, II, III, IV, Fresh- man Reception IV. Basketball II, III, IV, Literary I, II, Literary I, II, III, IV, Academic I, II, '1 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 '1 '1 '1 '1 41 '1 1 1 1 1 '1 41 41 41 41 41 l1 '1 1 1 '1 11 1 41 41 1 1 '1 1 41 '1 '1 11 11 1 '1 1 11 1 41 '1 11 -1 41 '1 1 1 1 1 41 '1 M 41 41 41 '1 '1 1 41 '1 41 41 '1 1 '1 aaa! 1 1 '1 '1 '1 '1 41 '1 1 41 41 41 41 1 '1 W1 W1 '1 1 11 11 '1 '1 11 11 '1 '1 '1 '1 '1 '1 '1 '1 W1 '1 W1 1 41 1 1 1 1 1 '1 '1 '1 '1 1 1 '1 '1 '1 '1 1 1 '1 '1 '1 Sr. . Sta III, 1 W1 M 41 '1 '1 1 1 1 '1 1 1 .I I 4 fx I' QQ '1'HUR.Nl,xN SKll.1.lNcEk llls only lubur was lu kill limo." Hi-Y II,. III, IVQ Jr. Hi-Y Ig nd Cummxttee IVQ Literary I II, IVg Alnurum Staff. FRANCES A. SMITH-"Pul.vy" "Aly duty ls to hc lumpy." 'v'-. ii:-2 sf. -1 .., I. 11 - Eff 1 -l .- JG-5151 f-,sn ' T7ze Alaurum EVAN SHUSTER "The wo:-ld's nu better lf we worry, Llfe's no longer if we hurry." Literary I, II, III, IV. Mumxusn Saou "Very earnest ln hor work, She has never been known to Literary I, II, III, IV. sh lrk." ,-,l::::::f:: The A Iaizrum MARC uuzr SU'l1OX Mamie" Now Mmamets so pretty, Hex lxiuglx ix so meet. Xie feel me i classmate. 'Ili it Xing. L int he he it." Art Club I Glee Club II, III, IV, Music Memory Team III IV, Literary I II III IV Girl Reseivcs II, III, IV, Program Committee IV Social Com- mittee III Operetta IV Jr-Sr. Ban- KATHI EEN DANE SUTTON Feminine and fickle- What more to be said?" Orchestra I, II III Music Memory III, Glee Club III Girl Reserves II, III IV Literary I II III, IV, Lit- erary Committee I Ji Sr. Banquet Committee French Opeletta I, Public Speaking III IV Alaurum Staff, Art Blzrrv S'1'EwARD "She's very wise. but not so tall- For precious things ure very small." Literary Team IV, Academic Contest II, Commercial Contest I, III, Jr. Class Play, Jr.-Sr. Banquet Come mittee III, Freshman Reception Com- mittee IV, Vice President Literary Society IV, Literary Program Com- mittee IV, Crimson and Gold Staff IV, Sophomore Party Committee, Liter- ary 1, II, 111, Iv. jizfxx J. Su'rHi2k1..'xND "Jenn is brilliant, and liked by the mn The dignified artist of our Senior Clus Art Club I, II, III, IV, Vice President II, President III, Party Chairman I, Entertainment Chairman II, Decora- tion Committee-Freshman Party, Jr. Sr, Banquet Entertainment Committee III, Music Memory II. IV, Girl Re- serves III, IV, Sr. Ring Committee IV, Designer of Class Ring, Alnurum Staff IV, Literary Society II. ss. s." q ii 4 '4 4 4 4 4 4 4 '4 44 '4 '4 '4 E 4 l4 4 4 14 4 4 4 1 4 4 4 4 4 44 '4 4 4 'V il 44 14 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 '4 '4 14 '4 '4 14 14 4 44 44 '4 '4 ZX .HPZFJEE 1 The Alaorum 11 1 11 41 Q: RUTH TERRELL fx "This glrl ls shy and quite petite, 1 ' HEI' IIIIIIIDETS :IVE DIXVIIYS VEYY SNVBEL 11 She's very sensible and kind, 11 A truer friend you'd never find." 11 Girl Reserves III, IV, Literary .1111 1 Jr.-Sr. Banquet Decoration Committee 1: III. 1 11 11 '1 1 11 11 P V 1 1 lf FRANKLIN '1'AGG-"Tay" 1 "A son uf the Gods, p Dlvlnely tall." Freshman Reception Decoration Cum- 1 mittee IV, Literary I, IV. 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 11 11 1, 1 1 1 1 1 11 EVELYN THOBIPSON "Be there a will, wisdom Buds 11 wily." Literary I, II, III, IVQ Girl Reserve 1' II, III, IV. 11 '1 '1 '1 '1 P I 1 I EVANGEMNE VAN ARSDALE-"l'anny" 1 1 1, "Cause her locks were never shorn, 1 Pretty curls her head adorn." '1 lv Literary I, II III, IVQ Pitt Contest .1 II, Glee cmb 1, II, IV, Mixed chorus 11 II, III, IV, Crimson Eyebrows- .'. Opetetta Ig Pinafore-Operetta IVg Literary Program Committee IVg 5: , Freshman Reception Refreshment "T Committee IVQ Commercial Contest -','Jwl5.' el, HI, Alaurum Staffg Academic Contest 51633. ' 'K H ' :1' H -LGB-AQ ef2':1-1 -2 '- , ITT! ws? WgiQk 15?4:.-.- ,fees ,life T7ze Alaurum LESTER XV.NRl5IKESSEL"'L8I,' "XVe know that in his art work Lester wlll reach his mark He's bright In other subjects too In history he's a shark," Edgewood High I, Literary II, IV, Academic Contests II, IV, Jr. Class Play III, Literary Program Com- mittee IV, Chairman-Literary Pro- gram Committee III, Sr. Class Play Committee IV, Sr. Hi-Y IV, Crimson and Gold Staff IV, Alaurum Staff IV, Art IV. ALAN WELLS He spends most of his time, Traveling between Third Avenue and Oak I wonder why?" Mixed Chorus I, II, III, IV, Boys' Glee Club I, II, III, IV, Operetta IV, Music Contests III, IV. EIILALOR Wise "Lovely and blond as heroines are." Debat'ng Team III, Jr. Play, Alau- rum Staff, Jr.QSr. Banquet Committee, Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Play, Lit- erary I, II, III, IV, Literary Com- mittee IV, Art Club I, Public Speak- ing III, IV, Glee Club II, III, IV, Music Memory III, Girl Reserves II, III, IV, Social Committee-Girl Re- serves III, IV, Operetta. ERNEST Yafxcna-"Ernie" "A very good looking fellow, XVho seems to be afraid of the girls." Literary Society II, III, IV, Football, Varsity III, IV, Freshman Reception Commfttee IV, Stage Manager, Jr. Class Play III. Hill. T' 1 41 41 41 41 1 1 41 41 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 41 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 41 1 1 1 41 41 1 41 1 1 1 41 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 41 1 1 1 41 41 1 I 41 41 1 ZX .Hifi '1 11 '1 1 1 41 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 41 1 1 1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 1 1 1 1 '1 '1 '1 '1 '1 '1 '1 '1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 1 1,- I 51" I-5' 23 I 175'-ESQ rr-r: ' kr? -1 'I ' - .4 X 1551 The Aldurum M ARY SAG ER 5if:z'.5??3Tig A f-NL 1-1- 5i' -A "A plmxsnnt smile und winning ways." Girl Reserves II, III, IVQ Art Club I3 Lxjzerary 1IIg Junior Class Playg Com- mlttee for Freshman Reception. ri?-S- "1122TA-Bien.: Y- ,- ,,,,, , ,,g, zaurum A The -A L 3 ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww w ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww , -iff 7718 Alaurum The Alaurum .........,...,,.,......,.. "Contents U7Zk7ZOZDH,, Love, romance, mystery, tangled love affairs, stalen jewels, and finally, a murder, all combined to make "Contents Unknown" one of the greatest plays ever produced by a Senior Class in N. B. H. S. Not only the merits of the play, but also the talent of the players, effected its success. Every member of the cast put forth his greatest effort. Those members who were not in the play are certainly to be commended on the line way in which they handled the ticket sale. YVill you ever forget Doris Han1er's "Oh-h-lr-h-li-lr" of admiration for the lovely necklace, or the way that everyone made a goat of Teddy Cjoe Lederj, or the thunder and lightning that was so effectively produced? lVho could have made a hetter detective than Jerome Marcus, who a more devoted husband than lilnier Reed, or who a hetter actress than Dorothy Creighton? XVasn't Judy CLucile lVIacDonaldl just IDD clever in the way she won Kenneth's love? hut, now truly, didn't you pity Cynthia CAlice Kelsol when Kenneth iHow:u'd llflycrsl left her Hat? Ralph Delneo and ,lane llflorgan certainly were wonderful in their parts as hero and heroine. You will certainly all agree that even a real Chinaman eouldn't surpass George Garmen, and Alice Jeanne Berehtold and Dorothy Rosemuncl were just the right types to add enthusiasm, pep and vim to the party. You cannot deny that a chorus in a Senior Class play is something very unusual. A great deal of credit for the success nf our play goes to our ever faithful coach, Miss Curry, and her able assistants, Miss VVoodruff and Mr. Corkan. if is Ji iq'-ng. K 547 . ZX A 1' .1 . . .,,,, Y.Y, ,,,, --- -- Y .,,,, A,-,451-Lu? ' us 52 M M 1 M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 1 1 1 '1 M M M '1 '1 M 11 1 M 1 1 1 M M M M M M M M M M M 1 1 M M 1 M M M M M M M M M 1 1 M 1 1 1 M '1 1 '1 '1 '1 '1 M '1 '1 '1 M M M M .IA '-1 . fx 1 R 4 ,A 'Uwe Alaurum HONOR GRADUATES RIARY J.-INE CREDE ALICE JEANNIE BIzRcII'I'oLu NIABEII EI.Iz1IIzIt'rII LYROURKIZ DoR0'I'Hx' AIAIZ CALVIN josIzI'II Bovcn IiI.IzAIzE'I'II ANN CLINE ISLIZAEETII ROSAIIIA S'I'Ew,1Ru HAROI.D PAUL BUCKLEN HEIIEN EDYTH MOL1'ER EVEINN M. JONES EDRA ETHEL FRAME RIARY ALICE KIELSO ALEx,xNIJER FRANK ROMAN HELEN RUTH SARUI. MAE PARSONS Iiv,xNGEI.INE M.-IE X7ANARSDAl.IE RUTH IYIARGUISRITIZ BECK CHARLO'l"l'l2 A'1ARGUlERl'l'lZ DEAN Average for entire four years 90232 or above ,.6...:A Jw. g'v 13? 'I N31-f i x Eff ' :Eg-g ,,:,,,,,,,,:,,,,J ,,,,:,,,,,,7 The Alaurum TH The Alaurum 44 4, lf x 1 1 Q N y '4 I1 SAGA Ol' '1Hl1 QLASS OF Z9 ,N il "Orr-sl Uyoslu, lho Clerk ilcclzwvs, ,I "l'umv hour the notions llnc '4 of u class lhail never fuils- lv Thi' Vluss of Twonlb'-NillG." ,I '4 Three yvnrs of work and fun have passed, 'r Thrvl- yvurs wu'vu luullml lmzellu-i'. jf ll'u'vu shurwl lhe work. www slmrc-cl the fun ,Q ln vvory kind of weather. 4, 4. our class is nover knuwn lu shirla 1' ln lvwls of lxruwn or brain: 44 4, ln on-ry runu-sl prom ur snmll 4, Um' mark will e'0l' reluzllll. f 14 4 4 our lvaulvrs pl-in-ll .mr ,iuugmi-m ww. ,Q Uur uIl'i4'0l's :ire lille. '4 'l'lu-rl-'s im-01.1 mm-, um- pri-sziwin, ji lu fmvllmll wnlrh him shim-. , 4 'Thc-ro's Waulv Hunk, the prvssiilonrs nhl, '4 llc docs his duly well. 1+ And Alury Mnrlxun is our scribe- ,I ln vxuulnvss none excvl. 4, M Darwin Iduxrs treasurer, 1' ills um-uunls are never wrong. ,, He dns-s our lmnking with such skill 4, Hur rroilil is allways lung. 1, .X llaillmiwfoii Fairly started our your. T' Gllvxls lfruni :ill illllul' CIAISSC-S Clinic unbldllcng hui loin dlsliouru-nc-sl. 1, You soc thi-3' had no passes, 'i 4, 4, Our class play, "The Gypsy '1'rull," 4, lVenl nrvr "with ax h:n1g."- li 'rho 4-lm, uw lwsl mln wulii up round- 14 The huusv with loud fheers rzulg. ,, 4 . . l At the unmml 'Toed' lu thc Scmur class 4, 1-'rum our siumlaxnl we nevor fulli 'u XYO lllluil llli-In full of fuull ulul juli0s- Ir They lilmw wc lliil things null, ,f M We piclivil nur mullo lou, this your, 44 A niullo lu lcml ns on. r 1' ll is "All :xslral per axsporun- ,' .x mutlu ihuvs allways wun. 41 '4 Om cnlzmrs ure lines with meaning clear- " sllX'0l' !l'ul?I lhl- orchid, will give us aid Orc-liill urn W our xlllu-pr, Tu ilu well what we ilu. '4 44 M M Thorn-'s emo unsung in my review- f' HON our xulrisor-Illr. Hill, ,' He gaivo ndvlro: ho smoothed our road: 4: Ile helped us lhrougrh the mill, 4, 4, lVe're gut some class you will ugrou In school u1Tairs we cnxft he bout. 4 Our :iihloles have made some hit In crorl' cunlesl. gznno nr mont. ' Thrcv yours of work and fun hnve missed 'I'h1-ec yours wv're pulled tum-ihoi': NVv'x'c shzirvd tho work, wc-'ve shared the fun In cvs-ry kind uf wenlhnr. lin' If ,: 3111 E, fi ., . . in fg.-alrilsfsv ::::::,-ff,-ffff:,A::,Af.-::::.-.-.fl-ffff.-:Jjalx.."1Sq ' .LEAQES L The Alaurum JUNIOR CLASS ROLL Anderson, Evelyn Blackledge, Ord Bonzo, Kenneth Bush, Merle Barley, Inez Shield, George Bermon, Paul Boettncr, Bertha Boss, Naomi Greer, Burdell Carothers, Amel a Cobbs, Marian Crowl Francelia Cole, Gerald Evans, Irene Druschel, Elizabeth Florik, Frank Fair, Harold Holliger, Doris Houk, Wade Kaufman, Leroy Irlen, Darwin Hildebrand, Robert Knopp, Wilma Bailey, Elizabeth Barr, El zabeth lloren, Bertha Bowers, Dorothy Gacesa, Anna Hamer, Elizabeth Householder, Velma Hurley, Winifred Kelly, Lillian Korn, Olive Mae Lutz, Pauline McQueen, Margaret Morgan, Mary Morrison, Fay Murphy, Madeline Purdoe, Bessie Powell, Ada Reutter, Madolyn Sidler, Pauline Shuster, Rose Thompson, Beulah Todd, Martha Tucker, Elizabeth Verhanu, Margaret Wcober, Rebecca Wilson, Eleanor Wolfe, Fredericka Burke, Steve Goren, Clarence Frederick, Herbert Iden, Foster Leibold, Paul Lummas, Fred McGuire, Edward Miller, Edwin Morrow, Raymond Murphy, Leo Myers, Louis Rariek, Clarence Ripper, Fred Scott, Frank Watts. Donald Yeager, Victor Lockhart, Chester Herzog, John Merriman, Ralph Mercer, Audrey Newlon, William Russell, Clara Shelar, Evelyn Shoe, Mildred Steinfeld, Robert Vnn Kirk, Catherine Van Kirk, Christina Yard, Melvin Ziegel, Louis Herrington, Robert 15359 f-A L ena ,LAY '2 . Y' Q' wi 3 ,AY 'Il rg 1 4 1,15 tv IJ ui""Ltx'xx'X5" 11" K 1 ff f 5 ' ,xg , JS' F I ' -HZQMQKQJN .lf u udgE'?'iil,L?2i5.4fl2.-1421 iii? b fs P' EFQY.-,.z z--:g- sis -1 'ii--3' f Nisrlsv i -. X- Ik' I1 M L 7- A 4. - X .lx S.,- X QQQS. X X ' s ik Xa- ag X553 X x X-ri m ,ax ggxxx Y vfdw -NN ,H 02, ' ! p X 2g?5',Q9ff' u X693 G K N W gy xQ,t,fl,4 y guvggl " X JK 1 :Q 5 X X 'Q' X ' g X X 1 X M l U A X X 5 X QYJGHT04, ws. 'N ,z - X D ',,Qx,5j1l'," V ,gg N 1, - --A ' ' SW' F 3, -- 1-.g,,..,, 'fx niet' taeg'QJ4f'1Nfgf, f g 2,411 1 QW ,riff-,.. 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XVe returned to our class rooms quaking and shaking as if we had been through tire and water. But O Time! Nine months litera1ly Hew, and in September 1927, we eame back as the "high and mighty" Sophomores, with the feeling-yes, the "gr-rand and glor-rious fee1in"' that we eould look down upon the Freshies as the upper-elassmen had looked upon us thc previous year. The greatest thrill of all. it seemed, was the privilege we acquired to sit in the auditorium. How sorry we felt for a few of our former classmates who still had to occupy seats in the balcony! Early in September, we had a class meeting for the purpose of organization. The following officers were elected: Prz-.riflvnr - - jack Snnfuuak l'ir1--Prexidmf - RAYMOND Wirnkow Srrrvmry F - jonx Gu.-maxi Trmrurw- - - llflmmsi LINDSEY A crowd of such fun-loving, eare-free Sophoinores needed the stability of these capable oiiicers. The extent of our social activities was the Class Party, held in the Junior High School Building, December 16. lt was a most successful affair. 1Ve are all looking forward to our Junior year. Then we can have our first class playg then we can take the responsibility of the junior-Senior banquet. Vile have tried to make the Sophomore year a stepping stone to higher things, and are anticipating the term of 1928-29 as the banner year of our achievements. . .,.,..,,., , ' ix mm 'lr ' AW fx " ,.f- 1 ',exQf51i-1 W' A-::::, -fn fd:.-ff ,f,f,-gnzof-S." as ,,-.2 v v M P P 1+ . SOPHOMORE CLASS OF 1927-1928 Farling, Fern Lindsey, Carolyn il Fedychi, Kathryn Lindsey, Miriam fl Fisher, Clarence Lutton, Harold 1 Frederick, Kenneth Lyons, Louise if Frederick, Willianl Moroney, John 1, Frishkorn, Ida Martin, Joseph ll Allison, Alice Marshall, Genevieve , Atkinson, James MCDHH91, Ada l' Atkinson, Lula McNeese, Willard xv Barr, Violet Mentz, Emma 1' Beck, Robert Miller, Marie W Bernlon, Elsie Morrow, Fflmk Q Berry, Sarah Muoio, Samuel M Bixler, Annabel Murphy, Lawrence IL Bixler, Luther Nlpldert, Ralph l, Bollman, Anna Nowery, Clarence IL Boron, Vestal glglletelg Mlldred Bowman Clarence ell, ean ii Bowman, Estlier lselirrd ,d " Brewer, Haze ei, . re ' B kh rt Agatha Parker Edward 1 Billifiorg, Le Roy Parker: Florence fl Butler, Dorothy Query, Betty 1' Cartwright, Lawrence Query, Clark 4, Cater, Evelyn Riggs, Bernard ' ' Circle, George Rosemund, Calvin I Coene, Mary Ellen Santelh, Charles 1, Cook, Gaylord Schaal, Helen ' Crm, Thelma Svhm0l1y.Fr1eda 4, Cross, Bessie Sllflfferl Edwin il Custier, Pegrll ggvlfeg Eluniord ' Dew lirst atlerine ear 'l HU 1 Y . I D th tc, B l Sheets, Mildred 1, nggyfenenri va Shields, Lois 4 . ,' Duvall, Harold ghlnglegon, James Dyke, Lenore ma arence II Dyson, Rglph smgllj Robert ,Q Evans, Chester Ennis, glofence H F ", E l ml Rl ,y giixesslgleleiilo - Eoodilij Igli 1 ore, ice OTE 0 H Qi Gordan, William Stanley, D01-qthy 4: Graham, John Steed, Geralnine M Grim, Frederick Steed, Jean J 1' Guy, Eugene Steurnagel, Ollver , Hall, Arthur Stewart, Robert gall,-charles Steiger? lfflurtha , y- 9 lE ar ,j Hgyzi' Liam S gotten, Jlghn 'V Hazen Max wager, alll if Herron, Anna Tagg, Jay M ' Holland, Craig , Thompson, John 1' Holler, Mary Townsend, Betty Hoard, Henrietta Trout, RBIPIJ ' Karr, Ida Webster, Elizabeth Kennedy. Eleanor WIICOX. WmfQTd ,Xe Kester, Kenneth Wilson, 110521119 ..'. X X V Latshaw, Lyle Witllrow, Raymond I4-Q11 'Rf Q Lewis, John Woods, Eleanor LGNVIS, Ralph Woods, Evelyn AUS-, . T " "' :... .Q aa.:f.n.-reef: ------- f f A -Q. 'QLQJQ-.1'-Sigxa ,325 xgfgg, SNR N s f YS f my 551: SQ., 8' -F! 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E f ' 'i iif QT lx -X "' . - .245 5, - ' fi- g QT? .SN-1 FFREHHEL The Alaurum The A laurum 7 Freshman Class News N ll ll Our high school career is like stepping stones in a hroolt. Each stone re- if presents one year of school life. lf we step on the stones in the proper manner, we can easily erossg otherwise, we are stranded mid-stream. If we succeed in our first step, with more determination and courage u'e advance to the next. The stones may he slippery and may seem far apart. lt requires great effort to reach the shore, hut, when the goal is obtained, our efforts are rewarded. li By our constant endeavors and the inspiration afforded us hy the upper elassmen, who laughed when they first gazed upon us, we hope to attain our 31 goal. Thus far our efforts have heen repaid. just a glance at our honor roll If convinces one that rewards follow faithful work. The joy of success that has il . A 4 - . - li come to many of us is due not only to our efitorts and the inspiration ot our fels M . . . l low-classmates, but to the lllltlfllig guidance, helpfulness, kindness and sympathy il showin us hy our instructors. The majority of the members of the Freshman Class have reached the first if . . - l stepping stone in safety. Let us with greater zeal press on to the second- l r the Sophomore year. il - - - l l'he Seniors honored us with the hrst activity of the year-the Freshman if , reception, held in the Central School. WVe all had a delightful time: especially ll did we enjoy the special entertainment presented by the Seniors. li t The Freshmen met February the ninth, and effected an organization with the ll following officers: l' ll Prfridenl - Romsm' XVEr.l.s ll Vice President - - JACK BRADLEY ll Serrrrary - NIYRTLE HfXYDEN 1 r v l Irmxurrr - - - - - VxNcl2N'l' lirzmsox li 4 The records of this organization, which include the selection of class colors, ji r a . 1 l l class flower, and class motto, are permanent. lhns we will appreciate- lv 4 x . U especially when we hecome bemors. lt . r li li li lr li li ll r NV,'l'Nl,'lf ww , , 5 . . . ., Y ., .. ., at ,, .. . - Nt' Nr' N: msmsallet ,- lil ,fx - lf- . . e it: -if .4 ' A ec 1-Q-:if E, H L- ,-f f,.?i?5of55'Ei.- :,,:,.-,:::- - -,,,::,:::,:. - - - - -:::::,,,.-.-J.-A-rs. ' 43.1.12-F: r i l 32 l :I FR l 1, fl Abcnd, Florence 1, Abend, Frances I: Abend, Mildred 1, Aiken, Martha 1' Alexander, Lester l' Ashe, Anne ' Atkinson, Robert Aulshouse, Adda Baker, Orin 1 Barber, Viola Q: Barkley, Rex 1, Bartchy, Eugene ll Bedison, Vincent 1, Beitsch, Clifford '1 Beitsuh, Thelma I Berman, John 1' Blinn, Laverne Boehln, George ,P Book, George ll ' Bosworth, Vernard 15 Braden, Edna 11 Bradley, Jack l Brandenberger, Grace ' Bristol, Leslie l ll 1, Brown, Woodrow 'V Burger, Carl l, Carlson, Paul 11 Caughey, Margaret ll Koble, William l Langnecker, Thurman 1' Laughlin, Margaret 1 Lecker, Dorothy 4, Leibold, Charles '1 Lombardo, Henry Lombardo, Lucy ll Lutz, Earl ,I Maybray, Victor M Melvin, Ralph McCarty, Helen 1 McGinley, Jean McKenzie, Mildred 1, McKenzie, Orville ,Q Miller, Burton M Miller, Elizabeth " Moody, Margaret Moody, Robert The Alaurum ESHMAN CLASS ROLL Clinton. Bertha Cook, Florence Correll, Arthur Craig, Georgia Crowl Jean Delivuk, Daniel Derdinger, Betty Devinney, Charles Douds, Emma Dunham, Robert Dunn, Le Roy Duvall, Nile Ecoff, Jay Edwards, James Enslcn, Robert Evans, Williaiii Farling, Irene Fcits, Frank Fisher, Mary Elizabeth Fleming, Donald Florik, Catherine Frishkorn, William Gacesa, Mirko Gecina, Frank Glass, Lois Godlcwski, Anna Good, David Pullion, Robert Rarick, Betty Reich, Christy Richards, Grace Richards, Ralph Roberts, Ro Jean Robinson, Welton Roser, Milan Rothart, Stephen Ruff, Dorothy Russell, Richard Sabol, Pauline Sager, Betty Schofield, Daniel Schofield, Virginia Shaffer, Katheryn Shroads, Ines Shuster, Nicholas Sipe. Maynard Groves, Edith Haire, Leonard Hall, Olive Harlan, Anna Mae Hayden, Myrtle Hays, Robert Helble, Beryl Hendricks, Elizabeth Hendricks, Jack Hildebrand, Grace Holllger, William Holzworth, Hazel llorstman, Willis Howe, Harry Hughes, Elmer Hum, Elmer Hurley, Thomas Jackson, Grace Jakovac, Mary Jeukuis, Harold Jones, Alice Kane, Sidney Karr, Evelyn Keener, Harry Kelhaugh, Carl Kennedy, Howard Keppen, Natalia Tedeski, Helen Thomas, Duwaine Tinstlnan, James Umlauf, Evelyn Underwood, Fannie Veiock, Flora Verbanc, John Wallace, Robert Weeher, Carol Webb, Harold Webb, Randall W'ebster, Harry Weidman, Fred Weiskopp, Thomas Wells, Robert Welsh, LeRoy Wharton, Evelyn Wido, Stefania Willard, Elsie Lee 1 Mooney, Amanda Smith, Dorothy Williams, Ruth l Moore, Robert Slnith Norma Wilson, Dorothy ,, Murray, Naomi Smolair, Tony Wilson, Loyal ll Myers, Eugene Stanyard, Eleanor Wood, Stina ,j Iltllelsiln, Robert Steinfeld, Wilford Woodling, John , ew on, Robert Stewart, Dale Wooley, Lawrence gf-fm, Ortelt, Howard Stobart, Louise Wright, Elizabeth 1- I Pavllvlck, Kathryn Susake, Helen Wurzel Kenneth ' '. 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' ",....- .-1. lf ii-' -T ,Q .-... ,, T- ,fy i""' 11 nfl. l .,.The Alaurum 4 4 44 '4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 , - Q , ,J .4 4 4 . '4 4 LITERARY TEAM PE. -4. ., k , 1 44 V 7 4 4 4 MIRIAN LINDSEY 4 . I Debate 4 'L REBECCA Wmzmek 4 Drbzm' Amen Goran Dubate DoRo'mv Camo r1'roN Exmy 1 joslsvu Bovcs W, E.x-Imlporr 4 14 4 4 14 4 14 '4 14 14 U 4 I 4 '4 14 '4 14 '4 14 14 14 14 14 4 14 4 14 4 4 4 4 4 1: Bs1'1'v S'rEwARu Drrlzllzlzlliall '4 '4 -4 . xVlhMA KNOPI' Drbale F' 'SQA Onltion iviaif srff ' fa?:::i1iZm4 ,,,,, f -A. ' ab, I Q X 4. My BETTY O'RouRKH Debule ANNA BOLLMAN Dfbatr jon N GRAIIANI X A -1' Q X A1 1 . 15,44 ' K, .."G..v. ----- The Alaurum Literary Team This is station W. I. N. broadcasting our literary activities. W-I-N is what we have exerted every eiTort to do. Inexperience means nothing when we con- sider the type of coaches we have. Our essayist is from the grand old senior class which we can also thank for our impromtu speaker and one debater. In spite of the fact that our essayist was entirely capable and deserving she failed to place first. But after all it is the work and spirit of sportsmanship that counts. This concludes the first number of our literary program. Please stand by. The next number on our program was the declamation contest. Our declaim- er also came from the sen'or class. We again failed to place first in this contest but we are proud of a good loser and it undoubtedly takes more courage and sportsmanship to lose graciously than to wfn. The next number was the impromptu contest and the impromptu speaker surely has nothing to regret when through he did not win first honors. We continued our program by organizing a debate team of three Sophomores, two Juniors, and one Senior. This team was able to place second in Beaver County. Judging from the number of girls in literary activities there is sufficient justification for the term "mother tongue' since the boys never got a chalice to use it. First place was lost to Beaver, a team entirely deserving of the honor. We will now have one month before the next number. Please stand by. The next number is the Oratorical Contest, N. B. H. S. will be represented by 9, Sophomore. Our orntor may fall short of the requirements met by Daniel Webster but he has two more years of this work. "While there is life, there is hope." And who gave us this pep and spirit? Why the coaches! We are sincerely indebted to Geneva College for Miss Edie, Miss Curry, Miss Heineman and Miss Sutton. Mr. Corkan is especially worthy of credit since he coached a very uncertain and nerve racking type of work-the impromptu. Patience surely is an outstanding quality in these coaches since they over- came the seemingly unsurmountable obstacle-inexperience. They are a supreme example of "Try, try again." One hardly is capable of appreciating the fine spirit of competiton and sportsmanshIp instilled into the students by the coaches. We wish to take this opportunity to extend our best wishes for continued success and we sincerely hope they will continue their work with us for sometime. We will conclude our program for 1927-28 by naming our team. program on literary activities may be heard in 1928-29 from this same station-W. I. N. MEMBERS OF THE TEAM Esmyixi Declailner Imprompiu Speaker Donor!-13' Ckemirrox Berry Srewfxnp Joslsi-1-1 Borcis Dnafrrens 4'l,ffif'llI!11iY'f' Nvgnliw BETTY O'RouizKE Amen Gone iVu.MA Knorr MIRIAM LiNDsnr Rmuaccn XVEEHER Cnlternatej ANNA BOLLMAN Calternatel Orntor Joi-iN GRAHAM Z5 Smlrun If . I, N. rlgmng off wziiv F' ?-54iif5T5' M' - -:ffm-L.-QSQ ' N522 N .M W The Alaurum ii Senior Literary Society The success of the four years of our literary career has been due to the V il ability and persevering attitude of all who have participated. A great deal of credit is due to all the faculty advisors who have co-operated so well w-ith us to M make our literary programs the best, Our program committees also deserve il Commendation for their efforts. if In order to give as many as possible an opportunity this year to serve as if literary officers, we elected a new group at the beginning of the second semester. li li I li The following officers served this year: OFFICERS il Emsr SEMESTER President - ------ ELMER REED 1: Vice Prfxirlrnt LEROY KELBAUGli if Svfremry - - JANE MORGAN il Marshall JEROME MARCUS ll ji SECOND SEMESTER ii Preridmt - ---- ALEXANDER ROMAN ii Vice President - DAI.E NICDEAVITT Secretary - ANNA JEAN DEGRAW ' 1, Mnrxlmll - - ROBERT McNu'rr i li 'i lb ln 'v 1 u,- .'-5' Sfffli .- es. 35 -' - - gzsaglx f at 5365-f,,:Sz'.s,:.:sT.gf: - :Y :JJ Y .::.E - :::: The Alaurum Junior Literary Society The Class of '29 still ranks high in Literary work. This is due not only to the selection of good officers and program committees, but to the attitude of the students as ix wholc. The litcrnries have been successful in every way. We have carried out the idea of electing officers for each semester. Our program committee for the first semester consisted of the following: Robert Steinfield, Elizabeth Druschel, Paul Bermon, Harold Fair, and Evelyn Anderson. For the second semester the following members: Pauline Lutz, Naomi Boss, George Shields, Lillian Kelley and Edward McGuire. First Semester Ofticers Second Semester Officers President ---- Robert Steinfield President ---- Leroy Kaufman Vice-President - - Leroy Kaufman Vice-President - - - Louis Myers Secretary - - - - Francilia Crowl Secretary ---- Wilma Knopp We must not forget our marshals who have rendered us great service also. Kenneth Bonzo most eifieiently looked after the details of our meetings during the first semester. For the second semester, our football and basketball star, "Firpo" Dyson, ably carried out his work, thus showing that he could shine in the liter-my field as well as on the athletic. We have not only made improvements in our progress by the many musical numbers, but our meetings have given opportunity to students to show what they are capable of doing. At our January meeting the program committee decided to have a change. Instead of having a debate, we tried a play. This class can produce actors as well as debaters. The play was entitled "Me and Betty". The scene is situated in a country village in the Atkin's farmhouse. All the men, except Sam Atkins, are away at thc harvester demonstration. The women discover xi queer looking man about the village and think he is a burglar. They go over to Betty Atkinls and talk it over. She tells them that her Sam will protect them and they only laugh at the idea. They know how little and cowardly he is. The women return home promising to scream if the burglar bothers them. Sam and Betty discuss it and Sam shows Betty some of his cowardice. Screams are heard and the door opens softly. In steps the suspected burglar, Mr. Frank Arnold. Betty throws the red and white tablecloth over him while Sam hides. While Betty is tying Mr. Arnold, the neighbor women come running in and are all excited. Soon a knock is heard nt the door. A well dressed city lady, Mrs. Larkins, steps in. She asks if they have seen a well dressed man about the villarge. Frank hears Mrs. Lark'n's voice and asks what it is all about. Mrs. Larkin is Frank's sister and he has been trying to find her home. He is immediately untied and many apologies are made. Mrs. Larkins accepts them by inviting her neighbors to her home, in order that they might get acquainted with her relatives. THE CAST Sam AtkTns - - Robert Steinfield Miss Perkins - Pauline Lutz Betty Atkins - - Evelyn Anderson Mrs. Perkins - - - Mary Morgan Mrs. White - - Amelia Cnrothers Frank Arnold - - Paul Bermon Mrs. Sawyer - - Wilma Knopp In spite of the fact that the class has not developed any Demosthenes of Ciceros, we are still found trying. "Practice makes Perfect." , , ffj in f,,g,- f5..ef-.:s- ::::::- .-f:,ga-up M52 X The Alaurum 'us ia. 3 Sophomore Literary Society Soon after the class of '30 had resumed their school duties in September, 1927, they met in Room I2 under the supervision of Miss lXIcComb to elect Literary officers. The officers elected worked very hard in the performance of their duties. Our program committee for the first semester, consisting of Vesta Boren, Mary Elen Coene, Louise Lyons, Jack Shearer and john Thompson deserves much credit. Literary programs are given once a month. These are arranged so as to be both instructive and entertaining. They consist of orations, extempore speeches, declamations, essays, original stories, short plays and music. Our programs given this year have been both successful and interesting. VVe attribute our succss not alone to the eliorts of our oiiicers and the co- operation of the members of the class, but mainly to the excellent coaching of IVIiss McComli, our Literary adviser, and llfliss Woodruff, music supervisor. To bliss Sutton, coach of the play. "Poor Pillicoddyf, given at our last Literary. we extend our hearty thanks. The play was a great success. Due to the excellent program, the monthly Literary was certainly one to which we looked forward. All students who took part did exceptionally well, their work showing preparation combined with talent. At the beginning of the second semester, we again assembled in Room 12 and elected new officers. The program committee for the second semester con- sisted of Belva Douthett, Anna Bollman, Kenneth Kester, Carolyn Lindsay, Genevieve Marslinll, and Jean O'Neil. One of the most diiiicult parts of the usual program, the debate, seems to have been mastered. Three members of the Sophomore class, Alice Gore, Miriam Lindsay and Anna Bollman were the negative debaters of the Inter- scholastic Debating Team. Their work was excellent. just a short time now, and we shall be jolly Juniors. Our advisers have fulfilled their obligations to us as sophomores, and we should, during our Junior year, depend more upon our own energies. Although it is true that by the past we govern the future, yet the success of our Sophomore Literaries does not bespeak success for our junior programs. Persistent work is necessary. Let i, our aim be "More interesting programs." 1 Our Literary oiiicers for the first and second semesters were: ,. A ' Prerident BETTY TowNsENu Prcrirlvul - MIRIAM LINDSEY Iliff' Prrxirlz-ut JOHN THOMPSON Vin' Pre-.virlrnf DoRo'rHY BUTLER fmgmrmry - Mn,oREo Onxisznrr Si-rrmiry - - - VESTA Boxes arxlml Rfwmoxn XVm'Hkow JlInr.i-Im! - Em Sooonc gm .te 1 1 L,- . 'IU , .- ' - .: , f ' v iff-l ' I . Zi' .'- Ai! sem. rfff 'fue 7 'Y ' f-f.--,------..-..--- ......... AA-.ee f e---- - The Alaurum 11 11 11 11 - . 1 1 , 1, 1 1 s . 1? . 1 eu ,Q . ,, ,. 1, 11 11 11 1 l1 l1 '1 '1 11 11 1 u l l1 1 Freshman L1terary Society 1 1 1 Early in the fall when the Freshmen had adjusted themselves to the traffic li . . , 1 system ln the halls, and to mnumerahle other rules and regulations, and had 1, . . . . 1 adopted themselves-in a measure-to their work, the class organized a literary 11 society with the following offieedsz 11 11 Pri-siilenl ---- - Amee JONES 1, Vie? Pr'1'xi1l1'l1I - - BETTY RARICK S1-rremry - - Manx' ELLEN Zixx jj ,Unrxlml '---' - - - IDALE STEXVART 11 1 The program committee, composed of Betty Rarick, Flora Veiock, Carol li , . . 1 YVcel1er, Arthur Lorrell, and Paul Carlson worked hard to make wise selections '1 '1 of the students who took part, l1 ln Fehruary the Freshman Class elected for the second semester new officers: 1, 1 l'rr,vi111fnf -------- liuvru Gkovlzs If Vin- 1'rrri1I1'u1 - ANNA MAE Hsiruaxx 11 Simrrlary - - - EDNA BRADEN li 1 ll .llnrslml ------- XVILI-'RED 5'I'EINFEl.D ,1 These ohiicers, like their predecessors, have rendered efficient service. 11 - 1 . - r 1 4 l The program committee. Including Mildred NICIXCHZIC, luleanor Stanyard. 1: Vernard Bosworth, Robert Nelson, and Lester Alexander found that the list 1, 1 . . , . l of talented individuals had not been exhausted. So the programs increased Ill 11 . - 1 interest and merit. 1: . . . . . , 1 Under the efficient direction of Mass Mcbomh, the students co-operated, 1: - 1 1 u 11 and they have made this the most successful Freshman year in the history of 11 literary societies of New Brighton High School. The talent of each of those il who participated in making the programs excellent, has demonstrated that we, '-1 as Freshmen, will. when the opportunity comes, advance to take the places of ef" those who have upheld the honor of our school in interscholastic contests. ,X fi j. 1" '3'f.1 mfr' .. '. 'Ann' QTQQJFF :,,,- -:,:f,- ,::::::,.-.-- :::::,:,,,,4a.n...:b-a ' JSE-.QQ The Alaurum 4 1 '1 ll '1 1 li li li 1 '1 1 1 1 '1 ll li fr '1 li 1 1 li ll 5 ACADEMIC CONTESTS l1 li For many years New Brighton High School has been noted for its high 11 standards of academic work. Last year was no exception to the rule. Although li we did not place first in the Geneva Academic Contests, we were near the top. 'I The contest last year was conducted in a different way from former i years. Four subjects-Senior Shorthand, American History, Sophomore English, 1 and Physics-were given. Every student in the class was required to take the ,1 examination. Some poor unfurtunates, who happened to be carrying two of these JL subjects, had to take two examinations. if New Brighton received the hest score in Physics, the second best in ll American History, and the second host in Sophomore English. So, you see, our il individual scores were very high. As a school we won third place. I In thc Pitt examinations we were given honorable mention in Latin. This I is quite an honor when we consider that sixtyveight schools were represented, I It has been only in recent years that we have had commercial contests. il Last year, in the County Commercial Contest, New Brighton won first place, if having four individual first places, two second places, and one third. if YVe sent three representatives to the commercial contest at Indiana State '1 1, Normal School. One of these contestants took fifth place in bookkeeping. This ll is a very fine record when you consider the number of schools represented. We ll are looking forward to even greater success in these contests this year. '1 '1 '1 '1 'r '1 il 11 41 41 41 i ' F3 'SQA Q.- 5-13 1 ..,-..- ,lc .-I - .. , , . :1 is gi?-if V :r . il' Ji T' .- N-3 art. -1 , r f-' -1 X' , "' mme-, mx- e fm... UHEANIZN JJ W f f sais, " iFi:Z'lEHi? 5 Q - Aw Y M Wff f if - 1 ff? U 'xl' WJ T V w lx 'VM H3 -1 , 'JL 1' ZF , h.:-- "ff gi lf! 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S 1 ' W ff' L 11 '1 1 1 ' ' 'V 1- 11 11 , 1 : 1, '1 , ' 1 1, 11 Q 1 111' 1 11 -1 X1. 11 1 1 11 ' 1, , 1 J 11 1 ,- , 1, f 1, 11 1 ' 1, 11 1 1: ' 4 1 1, 11 ,, 1 '1 K1 1 1 , V , 1, 1, 11 1' :M I' 13' W 1:Q..,. 1, ,I 1' ,.. 1 -9 , 1 W 11 W1 1, ' 1' ,I 1, Q .1 1, 1 11 1 1 , 1, 1 ' 1 11 11 Q 1 1, 1, 1 X1 1 ' 1, ,1 11 x 1 , 1 1 1, 1 L 1 1, 1 11 . 11 Ag 11 f -.1'1 2 1 iii? 1- 1 1 11-N 111-3 1 11 1,,,,,:::-1 Q 1 - --,,,:,,--- "if: " -1 ! -Q k,:,::::ff"" 'MTS 'gifig gf?-,nh ' .4 - ' ' ' I The Aiaurum ,.,,.,....,,,,..,.,,,..... CRIMSON AND GOLD In the tide of N. B. H. S. events comes one phase which distinguishes any school-the school publication. Much may he said' to the honor and glory of our ever-faithful and most eiiicient staff, which truly has been an exception to the rule this year. Miss McComb, our ever-willing advisor, shares with us the full satisfaction of success due to the fact that she has worked so untiringly with us. Each of the seven issues has had a singular but suiting theme. VVho will not remember the little Christmas gift each subscriber received? Or what could be peppicr than our jolly, gay "Gowlt" number? How many senior numbers of the Crimson and Gold in the history of N. B. H. S. have had either a senior autograph page or a snap-shot page? Think it over. XVe also added another distinction to our magazine when the Crimson and Gold became a member of thc Pennsylvania School Press Association for the year l927-28. At the exhibit of Pennsylvania school publications at the P. S. P. A. convention at Millersville Teachers' College, our paper ranked among the very best. Every Ne-Bri-Hi student should be proud not only of our magazine, but also of the fact that we have far excelled all our valley rivals in so far as school publications are concerned. CRIMSON AND GOLD STAFF Edilar In Chief - flxrirlant Editor - - ddwrtiring Editor - - Asrirtazil Advertising Editor Circulation Editor - - 1-lsristant Cirrulalion Editor Literary Editor - - - Littrary Editor Literary Editor - Poetry Editor - Poetry Editor - Poetry Editor - Exchange Editor - Boys Athletic Editor Girl: rithlrlir Editor - Joke Editor - - - Joke Editor - - - Class Edi!or,' Sr. - - Class Editor, Jr. - Ciaxr Editor, Snph. - Ilfuric Editor - Typist - - - Typixt - Typist - - Faculty Sponsor - dr! Sllpenfisor - - - MARY CREDE - Rmnscca Weisman - JOSEPH BOYCE - ELMER REED - - ELMER REED - LisRov Kennaucn - - EDITH LYNN BETTY TowNsEND KATHRYN FEDYCKI - Berry STEWARD - Doius Honnroaa LESTER XVARMKESSEI. Amen J. BERCHTOLD ROBERT STEINFELD DoRornv Cnursu-ron - JOHN RPIODES PHYLLIS lVIURPHY Berry O'ROURKE - Imsz HARCLBY - Eustis BERMON CmrRLoT'rla DEAN - - DORIS Hamm HEI,EN FREDERICK - EVELYN JONES Miss MCCONIB Miss Home v lr 'i M 41 11 11 M 41 li M 1 1 'r li li M 'n 'r 1 1 1 M li li M 1 1 1 1 M M M J4- XX ,f R-1-5 ,dhfxr D ::f, -f,- ..'2iz-ii The Alaurum 1 '1 1 1 1, 1 1 11 '1 11 1 1 '1 11 11 11 jf THE MIXED CHORUS ' "M uric-Oli how faint, how weak, M Lrmguagz' fades Imforr thy spell." 1 Q: VVith last ycar's graduation a number of vacancies were made. Notwith- 11 standing this loss, which the Class of '27 probably thinks is very great, the 11 Mixed Chorus is still Il prominent institution in New Brighton High. Surely I1 no one will forget MH. M. S. Pinziforef' The principals were chosen from the 1 . 1 1 Mixed Chorus! . . ' - N V 1, Under tht- careful supervision of Miss Woodruff and Miss bnyder this 1: eminent orgnnizgltion has progressed steadily. YVe regret to Say that Miss Wood- j1 ruff will not he with us for the Contest, but we are sure Miss Snyder is a capable suhstitute. Our motto is: "VVin the Contest." To achieve this much hard work 1: will he required, as we have all come through victorous, so that we shrill not ime 1 pair the very excellent reputation of this organization-lirst place for four years. 1 The personnel of the Chorus is ns follows: 1 Silprmmr Mary Crede Clark Querey 4 Nanmi Boss Helen Orr Leroy Kaufman 1 Alice Jeanne Berchtold Evelyn -A-Y1dETS0Yl . 1, Jenn O'Neil Sarah Berry 5'f1f""'11'f 1 Dorothy Creighton Ann Ash l Howard Myers Betty Q'Rourke Llfla AffCh1l1S0H . Foster Iden 1, Frederlclta Wolfe Mlldfed Ohflelelf- James Atchinson 1 A Velma Householder r Pauline Llltl Alan Wells fin. Louise Lyons feflarr Paul McConnell Marguerite Kraybill Evangeline Van Arsdale lllos Q Lena Bosworth x iQ!- ilf H '13 -7.43--. :- . K , mb hit: 'N-5211, - X I'T'ff -.-. -1 1 'Ag-I: 4 Oliver Steurnagel William Gordon Earl Wolfe Frederick Ripper Jiaisfi-eiesy'-riqffff foffffi-' Lysle Latshnw Leroy Kelbaugh Darwin Iden Williard McNeese The Alaurum 'P lr 44 ORCHESTRA 34 4 'l'oot-Bang-Screech-Bing, and then all the students, who are in the i orchestra, are off on an orchestra trip with Miss Woodruff as their guide. j "Harmony"? VVclI, I should sayl "Please let me off at Zelienoplef' jx Every Tuesday and Friday mornings our entertaining little orchestra is 1 absorbed in following its score. It should have special praise because of the hard 1, and continuous practice it has gone through for the contest, with Miss Snyder, 14 ever faithful, Hlling the vacancy left hy Miss Woodruff for a few weeks. ji We hope to see many of our mcmhers in some great Symphony Orchestra 14 or on the Concert Stage someday. 14 li First Violin-Louis Myers, Ralph Merriman, Charlotte Dean. i Srfonrl Violin-Alice Kelso, Treva Charles, Sydney Kane, Leroy Kaufman, i Earl Lutz, Leroy Burford. il Clarinet:-Raymond VVithrow. Hornx in 17.-Darwin Iden. . Snxaplionv-Robert Small, Kenneth Kester. Corner-john Sorg, Howard Kennedy. LL' Drum.t-Richard McDanel. !X 3 'Cello-James Atkinson. ' F'-Q .' Piano-Doris Hamer. " 1 'ff' A F. .1 fi 7.3'gif5 f'-? ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, - . . Y ,,,,,,,,,,-::,5.lx."iSe ' 451225 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 '4 4 'n 'r 4 4 M The Alaurum ,,,...,,.,,.,,,,,,..,..,.. V V V ll V lb P 1 1 l V V V ll V V V ll V P P V V V V ll lb 4 lb ll 'V V ll 4 4 I, f V THE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB V ii The Girls' Glee Club of New Brighton High School, under the capable 1 direction of ltliss Elizabeth Snyder, has just completed a very successful year. 1 This organization is made up of girls from every class in high school, who have 1 learned to appreciate the value of good music. This group meets every XVcdncs- V' day morning in the auditorium for practice. 1' The girls made their appearances this year before the VVoman's Club, in our 1 famous operctta "H. M. S. Pinaforcf' and in the Commencement exercises. V Any one who has heard this club sing at any of its public appearances has doubt- 1 less appreciated the work done by it this year. i OFFICERS 1 President - ----- - Charlotte Dean V Social Chairman - - - - - Sarah Berry ' Librarian ------ - Jane Morgan 1 Secretary and Treasurer - - - Mary Crede I MEMBERS I Pianist-Charlotte Dean ', First Soprano Second Soprano Altos 'V Ruth Beck Eleanor Wise Evelyn Anderson i Naomi Boss Helen Frederick Lula Atkinson 4 Dorothy Calvin Helen Orr Myrtle Hayden , I Alice Jeanne Berchtold Pauline Lutz Phyllis Murphy A , Marguerite Krayhill Margaret Sutton Sarah Berry g " Louise Lyons Christina Van Kirk Flora Veiock - 'T' Jean O'Neil Elsie Bermon Alice Gore .-r-5. v ,,, Betty 0'Rourke Evangeline Van Arsdale Alice Allison :QF-Y Ti. Evelyn Shelar Betty Townsend - Jane Morgan Mary Crede V A J'd5sL3s'QQi?'Ees, ::: The Alaurum .,,.,,,,..,.,,,,,.,,..,... '1 41 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 '1 '1 1 1 1 1 '1 '1 '1 '1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 THE BOYS' GLEE CLUB l The Boys' Glee Club of 1927-1928 has not given us an entertainment in chapel, but when we are given the chance to hear them we know we will hear ' some Hnc singing. lVlien the call came for sailors for "His M:ijesty's Ship" the Glee Club answered the call by enlisting "one hundred strong".' From what we heard of them at that time we feel that this club deserves to be called I a lending glee club. ' . li MEMBERS 1: '1 First Tenors Bar-itunes Basses ' Arthur Correll James Atkinson Alan Wells Jack Hendrickson Kenneth Bonzo Jerome Marcus Frederick Ripper Max Hazen Howard Myers 1 Robert Beck Lyle Latshaw Leroy Kelbaugh 1' Oliver Steurnagel Leroy Kaufman Foster Iden William Gordon Thomas Schley Paul McConnell Karl Kelbaugh ' FQ Darwin Iden Pianist T" Willard McNeese Dorothy Greighton If , ,V 3 Clark Query A r".L it ' lf ' ' 5 ,,,il1..'ii ' .LESPJE -v 11 '- zaurum A 7,728 ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww w w ww w ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww w 0 ww 'i ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww W ww iw ww ww ww ww ww ww ww U wi 'V wV W ww ww wb 'V ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww U ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww lw a..' v .7 ww I ,:4 5 wc x tr J 1-I A' r H :J if if-' SZ, h The Alaurum ' H. M. s. PINAFORE Pinafore was a huge success! The part of the heroine, Josephine, the captain's daughter, was marvelously portrayed by Alice Jeanne Berchtold. Josephine was madly in love with Ralph Racltshaw, a common sailor-for which part we were fortunate to get john Preston, whose beautiful voice and operatic experience greatly added to the vividness of the performance. Josephine's father, the seaworthy captain of the Pinafore demanding that Josephine marry Sir joseph Porter CHerhert Douglasj, who was the haughty "monarch of the sea," and made sure that everyone knew it. YVe congratulate "Herb" on the dramatic eliect with which he put across his part. hVe all took "dear little Buttercup" Clfvelyn Andersonj to our hearts, and we'll always remember Hehe hy the way she introduced "his sisters and his cousins and his aunts." "Ham" ltlyers as "Dick Deadeyen was the "scream" of the whole opcretta. His rakisli costume and the way he acted kept the crowd in gales of laughter. This unusual cast was supported' hy a chorus of sailors and English ladies. The Iden brothers with their fine voices and clever costumes, well portrayed the Boatswain and his mate. The scenery and costumes created a chorus of "ohs" and "alms" from the audience. - For the success of Pinafore we are grateful to Miss XVuodruH, Miss Houk, Mr. Crowe, Mr. Corner, Miss Snyder, Miss Curry, Miss Heineman, and Miss Sutton. All in all, "Pinafore" ranks among the finest operettas ever given by N. B. H. S. Dorothy Creighton Mary Crede Margaret Cnughey Betty Merilinger Mary Elizabeth Fisher Alice Gore Mary Holler Dorothy Hunter Olive Hall Grace Hildehrand ' Dorothy Lecker Louise Lyons Miriam Lindsay MEMBERS Genevieve h-Iarshall Betty Rariclt Charlotte Reed Madoline Rutter Pauline Sahol Evelyn Shelar Florence Smith lldargaret Sutton jean Sutherland Betty Townsend Catherine Van Kirk Fredericka XVolfc Evelyn VVoods ZX -Q A-vcr ,ELFS ' i f ' ---,,,, Qs V' lie A2 ,..T7ze Alaurum MUSIC MEMORY For the past six years New Brighton's Music Memory team has done its part toward winning "The cup" by never once being defeated. This year will prove no exception, for all the members have been sifted down from the pre- vious winning teams, and the hope is to uphold or even break previous records. lVe have twenty-seven students on our team Cthis yearj and besides being pre- pared for the contest, we have also received valuable training. This certainly is a worth while class for music loving people. We owe our progress to Miss Elizabeth Snyder who has worked faithfully with us through sunshine and clouds. She has gone about our training in a new way which has been very interesting. One of her invocations was the "Music Memory Banquet." We met here fin the form of the Orthophouic Victrolaj Count and Countess de Change who played several selections for us. The applause which followed showed our ap- preciation. Miss Snyder having expressed her regrets that the printer had failed her, called on us to write our own menu. It ran thus: .D 'nie Alaurum 1 'u 'v 'i W M M M 4, 4+ ln lr 1 ME :P V f ll 'E' li li li il Cenlerpiece QNarrisxuxD CUIISUIIIIIIF l1Ilfl'l'lllFZZO from Cnwlllrrill Rllxlimllrll Cliickvll 11 111 King Clzwitation tn Ihr Dann' Dinurrj 13 Polnrnes rl la Grande QC'onrrr1o far Two Violinsj String Bran: fzlir for G Sfriuyl Combimzfion Salad C0586 :Q 1. ffllinllrt in G, and DJ fDeep Riverj Dexrrrt Butlerscoiclz Parfait Coroanul Surprise CLiZbP.YffHlllll, Ullaonlight Sonutaj Ill in ts Nui: ll fHal1ancra-Carlnrnl Ullolly On the Share, C lf li ll l ll i W 'r 1+ i . il K This is but one of Miss Snyder's great surprises and treats. l Surely with our members and instructor, our team will again bring back . fr" from the contest :A stainless record. Q A x5 I , .- . Bi '- 1. I-ink - eb ,fx ::,A -xgiamr-.Q ' T71e Alaurum The Alaurum GIRL RESERVES The Girl Reserve Club has steadily grown. The membership increases each year and the girls are endeavoring to live up to their code and ideals. The girls have taken a more active part in the meetings this year than in former years. Our first mc-et'ng was held in the High School with most of the old mem- bers present and many new ones from the Sophomore class. The following officers were elected for 1927-28: - President - - Betty 0'Rourke Vice President Mary Morgan I Secretary - Miriam Lindsay Treasurer - - ------ Jane Morgan This year the club met in the basement of the First M. E. Church and the girls are very grateful for that privilege. At some of our regular meetings we had special programs and had as our guests our Mothers, the Alumae members, and the Beaver Falls Club. At one of the meetings we had a cerxnonial and the girls wore the Girl Reserve uniforms. In February we had, together with the Hi-Y, a church service. Several of the girls had parts in the service. In March we had a theater party at the Regent Theater, Beaver Falls. After the theater party we went to Dambach's to eat. The good time that we had that evening will not soon be forgotten. Last summer we sent Betty O'Rourke to the tri-state conference which was held at Kiskiminetas. She brought back many suggestions and new ideas. This year we are going to send two girls to the conference and we hope they will get twice as much out of it as Betty did, The work of the club covers social, chari- l table, and religious activities. Miss Heineman was our faculty advisor. She faithfully attended every lr meeting and helped us carry out the ideals of the club. She inspired us with li new pep and vigor and the girls are very grateful to her. il We are looking forward to a much better club next year. The members for 'l 1927-28 are as follows: li l Alice Allison Anna .lean De-Gran' Miriam Lindsay Madolyn Reutter Evelyn Anderson Elizabeth Druschel Paulina Lutz Grace Rhem Ll Inez Barkley Mary Etta Dixon Barbara Martin ggxguiixgegchonf 13 Sara Berry Irene Evans Elnlna Mentz Lois Shields 11 Florence Bingham Edra Frame June Morgan Murthit Stewart ll Annahelle Blxler Doris Hamer Mary Morgan Jean Sutherland I l-Elizabeth Blount Velma Householder Fay Morrison llforgarct Sutton 1 Rertlni Buren Evelyn Jones Jean O'Nell Ruth Terrel .'-1 Vesta Buren Alice Kelso Betty O'Rourke Evelyn Slielur J-.v Naomi lioss Mary Kennedy Mildred Ohnezelt Catherine Van Kirk ' Fern lirac-ken Mildred Koster Mae Parsons Rebecca XVeeber ,X f j. Mary Credo Ulive Mae Korn Ada Powell Eleanor 'Wise - 1 Dorothy Creighton Carolyn Lindsay Charlotte Reed Betty Townsend 5 , J Am! Bs ,-:I , fri .V . ' 7,263-HfEifiF!Lf" ,A - -::e:: ----- ::::--- f If jigs? ' aiiffkii 8 l I X X X X V X X X X 'X ll X X 'X 'X X X 1 X X P X X ll ll X X X X X X X 'X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Arthur Kennedy :X George Garmen :X Ralph Demeo X1 Howard Myers :1 Lester Warmkessel ji Howard Myers X, Joseph Boyce fi Thurman Skillinger I Ralph Trout XX Jack Johnson 1 Leroy Kaufman : Louis Myers X V X X X ll lr I Faculty - jx Spirilual - 4 YM.C.A. ,N fifil? "il .xr-9' K3'z.r.. , E21 -r 5 ' . " T if.: 1 The Alaurum HI-Y MEMBERS Robert Hildebrand Ord Blackledge George Shields Wade Houk Kenneth Bonzo Fred Ripper Steve Burke John Surg Jack Shearer Willard McNeese Henry Duey MR. R. W. XVILEY REV. H. A. YVELDAY MR. H. B. Nswrolvr A?35E3fj"iee2-.ff-'31, :::.- ...,.,.,.,,,.,.,...,.,,.,........,.,...........,.. The A Iaurum .ff l . 9 -Af J l it ,f . E, eg .v, - . Qi NEW BRIGHTON H1-Y CLUB The first meeting of the New Brighton Hi-Y Cluh of 1927-Z8 was held September 19, 1927. Mr. VViley, Mr. Newport, and Rev. Welday were re- elected as advisors of the Hi-Y for the ensuing year. This year's cluh decided to hold its meetins every Monday in the high school. Later the meeting place was changed to the Y. M. C. A. One of the largest delegations ever sent to any Hi-Y Conference from New Brighton High School attended the annual Northwestern Older Boy's Confer- ence held at Du Bois, Pennsylvania, in December 1927. We feel justly proud of our organization's representation as we had one of the largest delegations of any high school represented. The following were delegates: Arthur Kennedy, Elmer Reed, Joe Boyce, Frank Bihbee, George Garmen, Frederick Ripper, Jack Johnson, Ralph Demeo, and our advisor, Mr. H. B. Newport. Some of the activities which aroused the interests of the members of our club were: Three church services, the the combined Girl Reserve and Hi-Y cluh church serviceg an Inter Hi-Y Club Banquet at the Y. M. C. A., having as our guests members from the Beaver Falls, Nlonaca, Rochester, Beaver, Freedom, Ambridge, and XVoodlawn Hi-Y Cluhsg a eo-ed party. Several outside speakers and other programs planned by the boys tended to make for us a well-rounded and successful year. This year we also joined to help in the world-wide move- ment known as "YVorld Brotherhood." Throughout the year we strove to maintain our purpose: "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the high school and community high standards of Christian Character." 'F M1 fi faesfrsw :v -f:jl-gfbe' .Li 'T-7 l4 v The Alaurum ,,,..,,,,,.,.,,.,.,.....,., lr 'r 14 i4 4 l4 4 4 4 il 4 4 4 4 +4 l Ig AN APPRECIATION 'r During the last decade, extra-curricular activities have revolutionized the 4 + attitude of high school students toward their work. By the introduction of clubs 'l and organizations with specific ideals in view a combination of work and pleasure has been evolved by which school work is no longer a drudgery. b Particularly does the writer desire to express his appreciation of four forms l of extra-curricular activityg namely, the Hi-Y, the Girls Reserve, the High School 1 Paper and the Musical Organizations. ' The first two are vital to the moral and spiritual uplift of the school. As 41 "a little leaven, leaveneth the whole lump," so the work of these two organizations j' if properly administered will lift the entire student body to a loftier plane. 54 Our school paper, the "Crimson and Gold" has not only developed each meni- l her of its staff but each contributor to its columns, and has been an inspiration 1 to every student. The publication has always been maintained at a high level 1 The students of the New Brighton High School are imbued with the idea that 1: what is worth doing is worth doing well. 4 jf .Our Musical Organizations have been the means of revealing much talent Q that would otherwise have been hidden and in many instances would have re- ff mained dormant throughout the lives of the individuals. Because of the develop- i' ment of this musical talent the whole school has been educated to a deeper ap- if preciation of the great masters. l4 il Due to the inspiration of these extra-curricular activities, the countless boys il and girls have gone forth with a deep and abiding interest in the worth-while 2 things of life. li s. W. LYoNs. I ll il 'r lr 'r 'r .uf 4... lb Jeff? T- - jfbf iii . -i -sri, -1 a- T iii, ,L- 2?pe-Lmaee - -:::: .- ,- - ss,- i W W W W W 'W W W W W W W W W W W W W W r W r W W W W W W W W 4 i 4 W i W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W i W W W W W W W W 1W 'W W W W W W W W W W W W W W 4 W W W W W W ,W' The Alaururn COACH KENNETH HEIDER This is Coach Heider's second year at New , Brighton High School. He not only produced good athletic teams, but also created a feeling W of good sportsmanship among the students. Before coming to N. B. H. S. Coach Heider began his athletic career at the Moline, Illinois High School. At this school he played on the basketball team which won the district cham- pionship for two consecutive years. He was captain the last year. The same year he was picked on the Mythical team. YVhile at Mo- line he also played on the football team that won the State Championship. After leaving Moline he entered Augustane College, at Rock Island. lllinois. At this college he played foot- ! hall and basketball. ln 1923-2-l-, he was on . the team which won the State College Bas- . kethall Championship. Mr. Heider was picked as a member of the all state Mythical team, and at the end of his Sophomore year was chosen captain of both the basketball and foot- ball teams. The following year he entered l'Vaynesburg College where he played on both the basketball and football teams. During these two years the Waynesburg teams won the Tri State Conference Championship. Mr. Heider was also picked as all Tri State forward and captain of the champion basketball team his Senior year. He also participated in track and tennis. Aside from athletics, lVlr. Heider was also a good student, being president of the student hody and chairman of the student council. His last year he was awarded the Tri State Conference Nledal. This medal is awarded to the student who is proficient in studies and athletics. After this very successful athletic career. Mr. Heider came to New Brighton. We are certainly proud of his showing and his untiring efforts to make our teams a success. Assis-raxr Coacu Diznvtra GIasoN New Brighton High School was certainly fortunate in obtaining such a capable assistant coach as Mr. Gibson. Coach Gibson's football career began at McKinley High School, Canton, Ohio. At Canton he was a varsity man in four sports: football, basketball, baseball, and track. He was the football Captain in 1922 and the basketball captain in 1922-23. The following year he entered Grove City College, taking an active part in all sports. In fact he was an all letter man. Vllhile at Grove City he was captain of the Champion team in 1925. ln 1923, 25, 26 he was picked on the All Star Tri State Team. Dur- ing these same years he was given Honorable mention on the All American Team. ln 1925 and 1926. he was picked on Billy Evan's All Eastern Team. During his last three C33 years at College he established a national record for football endurance, playing in 24 consecutive games without a substitution. He ended his career at Grove City College in 1927, graduating with a B. S. degree. '1 his same year he came to New Brighton High School as assistant Coach, nnltmg 1 iery line showing. Mr. Gibson deserves a great deal of credit for the 'u ai he handled our athletic teams. 'I ' . f nl ' .- 1 ' ' V .' 'L . W :Slap ,. ,- , . '-'HV ' ' .rx 5 ., g -t .J ..-r 12?-bisf. r1as4,53.:::::- fx:- The Alaurum 1 1 1 1 1 '1 '1 1 1 '1 1 ,N 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 41 lr 41 l ll COACH RUTH PIAMILTON " 1 1 Miss Hamilton has been an excellent coach. XVe cannot give her too much I credit. She is small but she is mighty. if lr In her junior year she was manager of the girls' team at New VVilmington :I High School. ln her senior year she was captain for the team on which she ' played four years. 1 '1 li ll 1 She also played on the team four years for lVestminster College. She was captain one year. ln her senior year at college she coached the New YVilmington 1 High School girls' team. 1 41 1 She first taught at VVest Middlesex High School and also coached the girls' 1 team. They won the Championship for that season. i Last year she taught at Bessemer and also coached the girls. She is a good E sportswoman. It can easily be seen hy her taking part in tennis, golf, swimming, i hiking, and horse hack riding. 11 She not only played hasketball, but she was on the debate team for years. This year she has worked hard and put forth her very best effort to produce a team worthy of the honor hestowed upon it. XV1: hope to see her here againfs - next year, to lead our team to as great a success as they have had this year. ' Af, .1 -..Y --- -:- ::,4cL.,"?a ' 0:5135 'Ure Alaurum The Alaurum ll ll FOOTBALL it New Brighton High engaged in another successful football season, placing 1 third in the county with Beaver Falls and Ellwood City placing first and I second. Only two games were lost, these being to Beaver Falls and Ellwood. 1 The Rochester game, which should have been a victory, resulted in our only tie, 6-6. All of ouI' games were hard fought and the winner could not be determined 4 4 until the final whistle. if The season was started with five letter men and around these players il . A . - ' . 1 Coaches Helder and Gibson built up a scrappy team which forced the leading ' schools to the limit to win. ,. They established a very good record. Both the coaches and the team 'de- serve a great deal of credit for the hard iight and undying spirit which they put up throughout the season for New Brighton High. i New Brighton 1 Nlidland New Brighton O Butler - New Brighton 0 Grove City New Brighton 6 Rochester New Brighton 6 Beaver - New Brighton - 14 VVoodlawn New Brighton - 12 Freedom - New Brighton O Ellwood - New Brighton O Beaver Falls 4 4 C.-xPmIN WALTER Hmuus "'WaIz"-ouaivraraacx "Harris" surely proved himself a dependable captain, in this our 1927 football I, season, and led his team through a very successful season. I 'He was one of the main cogs of the offensive being exceedingly hard to stop. I He is also strong in the defensive playing. This is Walter's last year, 'and he I, ended it by playing a great game against Beaver Falls on "Turkey Day." 4+ 4 RALPH DYsoN 1 "Firpo"-runnaacrc 'X "Firpo" was our triple threat man, being a good passer, line plunger, and 4 punter. He was considered as one of Brighton's most dangerous men,all season, ' and was ieked as all county fullback. ' 4 He pijayed a great game against Freedom and let us not forget that sixty- 'I live yard punt in the Ellwood game. Fir-po has one year of football left and we 11 will certainly be glad to have him back. ' 'i - - ' t H . X: WIIiI1lAlNI GORDON ii UBUIU-QUARTERBACK ' ' "Bill" was our signal barker and has displayed great ability along this line. J-' He was one of our best offensive hacks and could always be counted on forvyard- ti U age when it was needed. He played his best game against Freedom makingf f vlaluaglg gains. He still lhai fnnelyear of football left and with a year's experie e yt' ' K- s on eve op into a va ua e p ayer. 215 E' -- , c, :::, ,::,,:5.Q5vSa ' N125 The Alaurum .,,,.,.,,..,.,,,..,,,,,,,. ERNEST Yaaoaa uEflli8u-TACKLE "Ernie" was a regular tackle and played line ball all season. Being good at both oiensive and defensive plagng he helped much in the success oi our teams. He played a great game against llwood, breaking up play after play and blocking both kicks for the extra points. This is "Ernie's" last year and his loss will leave a great gap in the line. ARTHUR KENNEDY uidfln-HALFBACK "Art" was a player with spirit, pep, and fight. Being a good interference and dependable safety man, he developed into one of the best hacks Brighton ever had. He played a good defensive game against Butler. This is "Art's" last year and he will indeed be missed next season, HAROLD F AIR "Fairy"-CBNTER "Fairy" was our passer hack. Very few had passes were made by him all season. Although very light he was also a good tackler and did much in backing up the line. "Fairy" will be back with us next year and should mean much to- ward the succe s of the team. Tom Baum "Sentry"-END "Scotty" held down one of the terminal positions all season. Although very small he was a deadly tackler and was also able to catch passes from all angles. He played a scrappy game against Woodlawn, and at Beaver he caught a pass and ran sixty-five yards for a touchdown. This is "Scotty's" last year and, needless to say, he will be missed next year. josaru PFLEGHM1 "Jar"-1sND Due to a shortage of Ends, "Joe" was shifted from the backfield to an end. Here he proved to be a very good defensive player, and especially fast on getting down on punts, and stopping the runner dead in his tracks. Pfleghar has another year and should develop into a fine player. Cam. Cmcns "Bild"-TACKLE "Bud" handled the other tackle position with great success, and was con- sidered as one of the best tackles in the county. Due to "Bud's" size and iight, he was able to tear down opposing backs in great style. "Bud" played a fine game against Beaver Falls and we are sorry that he will not be able to play for us next season. RAYMOND MCLAUG1-HN "M Hfku-GUARD ' Mack" was another lineman who did his bit in the center of the line. Al- though he was light he was a good defensive player, and also made his share of openings on the offensive. "Mack" played a good game against Rochester, smear- . Ia! play after play. He is another man lost by graduation. sa' iii.. g 131' f .4 mg a., - feast? .,,, The Alaurum AI1EXANDER ROMAN "A les"-GUARD "Alex" was considered one of the best linesnmn on the squad. He was a scrappy player and was in every scrimmage. There was seldom very much ground gained through this stellar guard. "Alex" is the man who intercepted one of Woodlawn's passes and who galloped for a touchdown, stopped only by the fence. This is his last year and the vacancy he leaves will be hard to fill. BYRON Moixrsa "Barney"-HALFBACK At the first of the season "Barney" tried out for the end position, but due to his speed he was shifted to n backfield position. At halfback "Barney" proved himself n very valuable man, especially on the defensive. He played a scrappy game against Beaver Falls getting many nice tackles. I-Ie is also lost by graduation. Rosism' MCN U'r'l' "Boob"-END "Boob" was a regular end until he was unfortunate enough to receive an injury to his knee in the Rochester game. This caused him to be absent from the squad for the rest of the season, and his absence was keenly felt by the rest of the rest of the players. He is another player who will he missed next season. GEORGE CIRCLE "Pos"-'mcxcim "Poe" was another of our unfortunate players. Due to internal injuries he was forced to remain out of most of the games. "Poe" has another year and we wish him great success as a football player. Domino Dnuscurn U:F0lIj'0iiSiANAGl2R "Tony" took the burden of managership upon his shoulders, and he proved to the players that he was as good a manager as he was a football player. As we all know, "Tony" was a regular tackle last season until nn injury to h's leg made it impossible for him to play. 5 , 4 SUBSTITUTES Too much cannot be said of the second string men, for it was by their help that the successful first team as formed. W ZX m f : :" f- ' 'rv' -2 ' 1 "1 '3.2-efsefflgf-J-5' - see, - ee, sex. eeeseqaa-ms.Q is ,.,.... T7ze Alaurum The Alaurum v i 9 4 Boys Basketball 1 1 New Brighton High enjoyed another prosperous Basketball season again u this year. The Crimson and Gold has been well upheld on the basketball Hour. ll Though the school did not produce a sectional winner we succeeded in holding the 'l section champs to a 21-20 score at New Brighton, and at New Castle, at a later date, we held them to a 22-18 score. ' New Brighton also defeated Beaver Falls on the New Brighton floor by the " score of 23-16. This victory in basketball was our first victory in basketball E since 1921. ' Although we did not rank very high in the section we tied for first place in the :Q i valley with Beaver Falls. xi New Brighton started the season with but one letter man. Around Harris, li Coach Hcider has developed a team which has made a creditable showing. Seven league games were won and seven were lost. During the season we '1 played, in all, eighteen games. Of these, eleven were won and seven were lost. l Our team has established a very good record, and every member of the school should be proud of our players for the fight which they put up to bring victory to N. B. H. S. ' TEAM RECORD New Brighton - 13 Butler - New Brighton - 21 Zelienople New Brighton - 20 New Castle New Brighton - 15 Ellwood City New Brighton - 21 Mars - - New Brighton - 17 Evans City New Brighton - 23 Beaver Falls New Brighton - 36 Zelienople - New Brighton - 18 New Castle New Brighton - 32 Midland - New Brighton - 24 Ellwood City New Brighton - 38 Mars - - New Brighton - 28 Evans City New Brighton - 19 Beaver Falls New Brighton - 16 Butler - i W XVALTER HARRIS Qi "IfIfaIt"-roawanu 11 "Walt", our captain and stellar forward, was one of the main boys in Heider's l scoring machine. He has ability as a floor man, and accurate shooting makes him 1: one of the outstanding forwards of this section. This is "Walt's" last year of : basketball for N. B. H. S. l HAROLD FAIR "Fairy"-roawaao . 1 "Fairy" held down the other forward position in a creditable manner. Al i though very small he displayed clever floor work, and his work at, the foul linex is commendable. "Fairy" will be back with us next year and should strengthen the team. - as ,f . , A.. is fasiisfiidif-ef?-' -ffjbfke ' as-:si-LZ ., -Y, ..,The Alaurum v l 4+ 1, 'r il , L' RALPH DYSON :E "l"irpo"--CENTER ,I "Firpo" was our pivot man and all.season he was able to out jump his op- w ponent. His outstanding playing won him a position on the "All Section Team." ,I The success of next year's team will depend greatly upon "Firpo." ir 1, 11 ALEXANDER ROMAN 1 1, 'irfffxu-GUARD U 1 Our praise for "Alex" cannot be expressed in enough words: as long as he re- M mained in the game we always felt safe, for he never failed us. We marveled at ' the way he played on the defense, and we are mighty unfortunate in losing him 1, this year. 0 ,l ,i Roasirr Heaamcrou if "Dizzy"-ammo ll "Ditty" was our running guard. Wie know that this is his first year on the 3 varsity, but his playing was' that of a promising player., Ditty will help much in ,, making up the Heider machine of next year. lr V W L, 'THOMAS HURLEY 1, "Tom"-x-'oiuvixao 4 li "Tom" was successful in obtaining his letter this year. He was a clever ,I ' floor worker, and was able to shoot with unerring accuracy while in the game. 1, This is Tnm's freshman year in school and we are expecting great works from 1, him in the future. , . ll in 1, Louis ZEIGLE "Louie"-GUARD , 'r 1, "Louie" is the smallest man on the squad but this handicap does not seem 'I to bother him. His work on the fioor has constantly been improving, and his 1' accurate shooting has added greatly in the success of our team. Louie's school if career is not yet finishedg great results are expected of him in the future. 1, in 1 XVII.-LIAM Goiznox W "Bill"--GUARD ' "Bill" is another player who made good this season. He is a consistent floor worker, and his ability to dribble makes him a dangerous man for his opponents. ,, I-le will be back next year and should strengthen the guard position considerably. H N. . Lakox' BURFORD i V "Burfurd"-CENTER "Burford" was Dyson's understudy, and when in the game he always did his 1:53'1'f- ' t. He has shown his ability as a capable subst.tute, and will surely receive his I6 AX' lfsfeg' next year. 1-?f:1:l 'i-tm, 5 4 ees-, sex, M,,,,,,,,,, .. e H07-716 Alaurum ,.,,.,.,..,,.,,,,,,,,..,,,, W 'r 1? JOHN SUTTON 1 "Jo1mie"-cumzn j Although Johnie has not had as much experience as those on the first team, he 1 has portrayed that old fighting spirit, which goes to make a good basketball play- ' er. He will be back next year and will add to the strength of the team. r U 'r TDM Bama i "Sm1zy"-MANAGER 1' "Scotty" was the manager of the team, and certainly handled his duties in a 1 commendable manner. He was very popular with the players, and his services were greatly appreciated by all the members of the squad. lt is safe to say that a i better manager than Scotty would be hard to find. i i 4+ 'i 'i 'i W r i i i li i M li in ir 'r lr H ir ii i i i r M M li l W W H i i 4+ 4 i H li 5 r 1? zx Bm ,fy a -ear J" ..., , , . Q 1.5, ,-' i..2.caf5eP -ef - :e - ,f J J Jsfggi if T716 Alaurum The Alaurum 1 4 - 9 Girls Basketball 4 4 GEORGI:X MENNELL-Captain 4 W Eoxzwnko LL 1 Our praise for Georgia cannot be expressed in enough words. As long as she remained in the game, we always felt safe. She never failed us. We hope that 1+ next year's team will find one capable of filling her place. 4 W W W 4 Vssra BOREN jf FORWARD 11 4 This was "Bornie's" first, year on the varsity and she surely followed in the ii footsteps of her sister. In this case it is true of the saying-good goods are done up in small packages. We are glad to have her with us next year. 14 4 li 1 'I . HELEN MOLTER I 4 CENTER . - 3 4 Helen is a Senior. This is her second year on the varsity. Every team must 1 have a good center and Helen very capably fills her position. 1 4 4 4 4 BETTY QUEREY j CENTER i 4 place. We are sure she will be a valuable player next year and we are thankful I This is Betty's first year on the varsity and she very capably filled He1en's she does not graduate this year. 1 4 4 4 W JANET HOS'FlNE 1' 4 s1oE CENTER 11 4 Janet is another contribution from the Senior Class. The side center must Wi 4 4 be quick and active to play her part. This is J anet's first year on the varsity and 4 she surely did her duty. ' P 4 Am MCDANEI. 'l GUARD V ." Ada is hard to beat as a guard. One has to get up in the morning to get gr' ahead of her, She is no weakling and can certainly hold her own, anytimmff 1' anywhere. Y Y -- T. 1551 Y :Sf .- . 7'.i'f3eZ5i!"J-- ,fee-. -,-ff ' H142 The Alaurum ..,............,......,.., il 'x if iw ' ELEANOR XVILSON 4 '4 GUARD 4 1 Eleanor has held down her position as guard very capably this year. One 4, very seldom got away with anything while Eleanor was around. We are fortunate 41 in having her with us next year. 4 4 34 CARULINE LINDSAY 4 1' GUARD 4 1: Although Caroline has never played for us, she played enough quarters to get her letter, and she surely earned it by helping Brighton win her games. Caroline 4 is a Sophomore. 4 4 1 FRANCES HARRLS GUARD 4 Frances is another guard who very capably fills her position, and who will be 41 very valuable to us in the next two years. " . QI +2 IVIILDRED KESTER 1 FORWARD AND MANAGER ll While "Pad" had a chance to play in only a few games, she did her part. 1: She also acted very capably as manager. She will be lost by graduation. QC ji MX'RTLE HAYDEN 14 il FORXVARD 'r If Myrtle appeared in basketball togs for the First time this year. During this '4 season she entered into varsity contests-playing in enough quarters to entitle I her to her letter. 4 i '4 ANNA JEAN DEGRAXV '4 U , MANAGER 4 Q' "Jean" has been faithful as manager, and has worked as hard as any member Qi on the team. She can tell you that filling that position is not so easy as it 41 sounds. She deserves a great deal of credit and we do not hesitate in giving it 'Q to her. 4 4 4 '4 A THE suas . Much credit is to be given the subs for their faithfulness in coming' out each evening The great success of the teams rests in a large degree upon the ability f the subs They have been rewarded for their being consistent and earnest in r efforts by the praise from the student body. 4' A 'Que 'r as- --:L 5-Qvfi-iff: "" ""' ,ly - .',' ' -1, 1.. , 74.1.3 1 . . 3.2.13 . - , . L ' ' 1 -Q K3 2-,-. :s' , yr-r: ,Q .X J 4 1- The Alaurum 'X X 'X 'U 'X X 1 X X X l X X 4 ll lb 'X 'X 1 X 7X SCORES New Brighton - 32 Woodlawn - 18 i New Brighton - 31 Alumni - - 24 xl New Brighton - 32 Zelienoplc - 6 1 New Brighton - 31 Ellwood City - 30 1, New Brighton - 32 Freedom - - 19 ' New Brighton - 34 Evans City - 12 X New Brighton - 9 Beaver Fnlls - 19 4 New Brighton - 27 Midland - - 24 ix New Brighton - 50 Zelienople - - 5 4' New Brighton - 23 . Ellwood City - 28 'X New Brighton - 42 Evans City - 6 if New Brighton - 12 Beaver Falls - 22 1' New Brighton - 40 Midland - - 23 X ll 'X TRACK ii il it As soon as spring arrived, Coach Heider had a squad of men working on the cinder track. Many weeks were spent in training for the coming trnek meets 1 that were to be held in the future. Three mcets were held, in which our boys took X part. Westminister Interscholastic Meet, W. P. I. A. L, The third wns the W' Beaver County Meet in which New Brighton took third place. Dyson was the J star of the Meet taking three first plncesg namely, Shot, Discus, and Javelin. 1 The prospects for the coming season look better nnd we are looking forward 1 to a successful track season this year. 11 1 1 4 4 X X X h ll X , fy xx -I Bn 1..- N-Fssf I 46514 15 ,,. fBg 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 '1 11 '1 11 11 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 '1 I1 11 11 11 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 11 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 11 11 11 1 11 1 11 1 1 '1 '1 5 K 11 11 11 1 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 '1 11 '1 11 44 la rj..- ,lv 1' 1 ' -1 QS -511111 zf . 11' W Y-534 , 1831 r. -229, F?- ,H The Alaurum A utographs : : Y - ' FROM 3' , no if :Eu 554 u wp r i m Y- ': of? q QS Q? 9 ml ul i I The Alaurum 1 Q SEPTEMBER M 6 School opened with the clanging of bells and clicking of heels in the hall 1' ways. I know we all rejoiced to be back. Mr. Wiley assigned us to our ji respective domiciles, or should we say prisons? So much for a day. P if 7 YVe sang, but it was really a solo hy Miss VVoodruE. Too bad we cannot , all have trained voices! ln 11 S NVe think that the Freshman should be acquainted by now with the numbers 1: on the doors of their new abodes. But not so, for they still insist upon Ig getting lost in the halls. 4, I Qi 9 The honorable teachers certainly haven't forgotten how to make assignments. i 5 12 Blue Nlondayg a comfortable rainy day. i il I3 We had cheers for our first game and responded like a blast of wind rushing 1 through a cave. Strange groans of agony were heard to come from the ,X auditorium, but it was only the orchestra. il n Q . - . - U I4 We grow more sea sick every day in Virgil. Overboard or sight of land rt ag must be soon. ll l5 lhliss YVoodruE started us to work on the operetta, HH. M. S. Pinaforeu I1 which the musical organizations plan to give. li I6 It was hot enough to close the schools, but only the students could see it ji that way. V if 19 Another week. Cheers for the coming Midland game. If the vim with l which we responded is a sample of our school spirit, we certainly should if come out on top. i ll 20 Two girls graced our stage as cheer leaders. Perhaps that explains the vim. 'X Zl Announcement that Seniors will have a stand at the games. All Freshmen li are requested to ask their mammas for one extra nickel in order to patronize li the Seniors. . I 22 Antony was certainly right when he said, "The evil that men do lives after them." So it is with the book that Cicero left us. Many of us suffered a sad 1, decrease in our standings on his account. 4 fl 23 Lovely weather! Oh, how we long for that "ole swimmin hole." lr 26 Even the officials couldn't fool N. B. H. S. They had to admit that we li really defeated Midland by a 2'0 score. X i' 27 Mary Crcde made an announcement in chapel concerning the "Crimson and il Gold." XVe don't blame her for wanting "her team" to win. 1. . . 28 Harold WVebb of the "green" class keeps the school in entertainment. 'i 29 "Andy" and "Sally" were appointed cheer leaders for this year. 30 At last a month rolls into eternity. Of course we can't go back and re- 'if trace our stepsg but we do resolve to study a little harder next month. 'ti' X' I . 1 ' P ' -GD! 3-TZ . -. :sam- ' F17 ofasfg' W SL The Alaurum OCTOBER Lester YVarmkessel made an announcement in chapcl boasting the Crimson and Gold. Mr. Gibson proved himself a fine success as a professional chair breaker in Mr. Crowe's room. The VVomens' Club of New Brighton invited us to their Arbor Day pro- gram this afternoon. It took up the first two periods, and, strange to say, H0 ODE IVIIS Very SOl'l'y. We had a cheer meeting for the Grove City game. I am afraid if every one cheered like a few senior boys the rooi would rise a foot instead of "two inches." Vacation--Teacher's Institute. A good way to end the week. lt was announced that we had lost to Grove City. VVell they have a bigger team than we have, so it was a "moral victory" at any rate. The juniors were very proud of the splendid announcement made by Rebecca Weeber, advertising the Crimson and Gold. I wonder if she really was scared 3 Mr. Lyons visited Mr. I-Iill's solid geometry class while they were having a written lesson. Fur once a written lesson came in handy. Miss Hamilton kept her senior report room in, on the grounds that they didn't know how to act. Vacation-Teacher's Institute. I wonder if the tachers enjoyed it as much as we did. Mary Crede made an announcement for the Crimson and Gold. From all appearances Mary is becoming quite a professional public speaker. Mr. Wiley announced that the Seniors would have their pictures taken this week. Some of our handsome gentlemen wanted to be first for fear the camera might be broken after some of the girls posed for the birdie. Rain and mud, mud and rain. These were the over head and underfoot conditions when we arrived at school this morning. llviiriam Lindsay proved herself quite a debater in public speaking class this morning. The Seniors gave their first literary program this afternoon. WVe were all glad to have the last two periods off. I wonder if those on the program were? Oh yes, of course. Jerome Marcus is becoming a human vacuum by picking up the papers on the Hoor in Room 7 at the requests of Miss Hamilton. Mr, Lyons took Mr. Wiley's place in chapel. The Reverend Mr. Ashton from the Episcopal church gave us a talk. Rain, rain, and rain some more! We're beginning to wonder whether this is April or October. We were glad to see Mr, Lyons again in chapel and were very much pleased to have him talk to us. The juniors gave their first literary program. Mr. McNitt told the girls in his bookkeeping class that he pitied the men that married them. Take warning boys. - Pep Meeting to celebrate our 14-13 victory over VVoodlawn. Isn't it af? grand and glorious feeling? . A 2 1 ' . , J 9 -...sofa ---he --ee --as as Q Y The Alaurum li 12 , ll ll NOVEMBER i l liflr. Corkan waltens Ernest Yeager, who was sleeping in class with the fol- ji lowing remarks: "Ernest, I'm very much afraid that you are going to 1' disconnect that neck of yours from your vertebra, and then Mr. Heider will lj descend upon me." l fi 2 Jerome Marcus gave his oration in chapel. The senior class possesses if talent, and we hope to hear of Jerome in later years. li I 3 It was a marvelous day. It rained. E 4 Mr. Gibson has been elected to zz new position-that of sharpening pencils. i He has it down pat. Such a neat point. I 5 Xvoodlawn vs New Brighton 12-0. l 7 Cheers upon cheers and a ventilated talk on the subject, "Pass the exams," 1, given by Professor R. YV. VViley. li 8 Everyone is worried for Thursday is comingnear and doom. i ji 9 A Professor from the University of Pitt gave an educational talk. lr The Seniors were requested to sign cards for college material. V lg IO Doom. A fatal day to many. Groans and moans could be heard coming Q1 from many rooms. il ll Armistice and peace. New Brighton vs Ellwood 19-0. We were defeated I but not in spirit. Wait until the Beaver Falls game. Welll showy spirit. 1 XVhat say, fellows? 11 14 lVhat a beautiful day. One that resembles London. Blue Monday for li more than one. ll 15 Try outs for the declamation contest. 3, 16 Reverend lylr. Atkinson gave an interesting talk. i qi 17 Beautiful day-Rain! Rain! Rain! lt was very cold, too. lldiss Lytle gave our exam papers back. lt was indeed a pleasant surprise to see so ll many good grades. i 18 Groans and groans. Exams and a wet day or slightly saturated as llflr. U Hazlett says. Jack Frost appeared today. fl 21 Rain again. Nothing happened. We received our chemistry papers. if Everyone knew enough chemistry to pass the exam. 'i 22 A marvelous day-warm. No one is able to study for thinking of the big , turkey dinner after' the game. I 23 One big day. lfVe are bound to Win. lVe had the biggest and greatest I cheer practice ever held in old N. B. H. S. Mr. Heider and Mr. Gibson Q aired our minds. Mr. Gibson proved himself to be a poet. l 2+ The day of the big game. N. B. vs B. F. 13-0. lVe played a good game even if we did receive the wrong side of score. 4 28 lVe tool: our defeat with spirit. ,L'.f',,- 29 Will we never have any snow? The Freshies are beginning to fear that ,go Santa will not come in his sleigh. 6245.1 Of course I'll say Rain, Rain. Mr. Thomas from Allegheny College 275.411 L' arrived. All were invited to talk to him about college courses. 525' QQQLQ . f , xfff L 1 The Alaurum ..,....,.,.....,,.......... 'n '4 li 4 4 DECEMBER 1 4 Pinafore scenery up. My goodness! This is going to be some operetta. ll 4 '4 Essay contestg we all wish Dorothy the very best of luck, She "is" lucky 1 too, for we have proof of it. 4 1' ll 4 Elmer Reed showed us the check which was to pay for his pictures. Bc 1, careful, Elmer, you know there are still hold-ups. 1 4 4 Mr. Wiley gave us some advice as to how we should conduct our-selves. 1 lVe Seniors know that he really meant the Freshies and thank him for his 1 "fatherly" interest in them. i Did you notice all the banners in Room 7? We certainly are glad that 5 Howard is in our room. 1 4 The musical organizations presented' "Pinafore." It was a big success i' and Miss VVoodruff and her assistants deserve a lot of credit for the fine 1 way in which it was coached. 1, 4 4 Dr. Latamer of Pittsburgh gave us a talk on the blind. 1 4 Alice Jeanne Berehtold received the honor roll for Room 7. Congratula- Sr tions, Alice Jeanne, for having the highest average. 4 4 4 Lots of thrilling anxiety for the dear little freshies--their Hrst reception. Il The Sophomores and Juniors were very much put out at the request of their ' ahsence. i V Mr. Wiley read the honor roll in chapel. Can you imagine eighty-four on I 4 that distinguished list? The Seniors had the best record too. 4 4 1 Miss Heineman was amazed at the "good" behavior of Don and Chester 1 Druschel in Room l3 the last period. Everyone else annoyed them so, that 1 she sent them to the office. '1 4 How strange that so many of the teachers should wear red dresses the i V same day. 4 Betty Steward gave her contest declamation in chapel. It was so well given if that some of the "sleepers" forgot to sleep. Keep up the good work, Betty. , hir. lViley announced that we took third place in football. At last! That great, well earned vacation! Be careful what you say forzb til some of the Frcshies still believe in Santa Claus. M Q v 4 - V ,. . ' -- 4 e. 5- .-fffbsis ' 411232 r i r W r The Alaurum ...,..,,,,.,,,,,,.....,,,., 1 y 1 U P 4 JANUARY i 3 2 We all came back to our beloved school with glad hearts. Did everyone see 1' Mr. Corkan's colored necktie? Santa Claus must have brought it to him " for being a good boy. We were excused this afternoon at 2:30. No Qi questions asked, for we all need a vacation. i 3 lilany of the teachers are extending their vacations. 4 I 4 Kathleen Sutton tried a new way of testing acids by putting acid on her 1 tongue. She burned it! li . . t . . . :i 5 Mr. Gibson believes in gaining knowledge from assignments. .1 Try outs for the Senior class play. ' VVho are going to be our hero and heroine? i, 6 The school seems to be full of pep. lt must be the coming game. il 9 We sang this morning and one of the senior girls forgot the song books and 1: had to return to Room 7 to get them. 1: VVe played Butler over the week end, but they, by fate, won. li I0 Senior class meeting. "The rings have come." L, Dot Creighton made an eifective announcement for the Crimson and Gold this morning. l. 1. ll Reverend Bermon spoke to us this morning in Chapel. 1' 12 Mr. Crowe asked a certain young freshman how to do an Algebra problem. , The young lad spoke up and said, "You upset the divisor." That's a new j rule, I guess. I joe Boyce and Harold Bucklen delivered their extempore speeches in . chapel. VVe shall expect much in the future from these boys. ll I3 The senior CIISI was named in Literary today. il 16 XVe received fourth place in the extempore contest. il 17 We had a pep meeting this morning. Q Mr. Wiley wishes some one to take lessons on the school trombone. 11 18 Howard Myers entertained us in Chapel this morning with a trombone If solo-"Dawn of Tomorrow." He'll be a famous artist in music. if 19 lblr. Hazlett said a donkey is more valuable at times than a horse. Perhaps 1: that's the reason we're such donkeys at times. 1' 20 Burton Painter doesn't know the difference between 1005 lbs. and 150 V lbs. ' li 23 What's the trouble? Everyone seems to be in a troubled state. Over what? J Exams! i, 2+ They are coming nearer, oh so near. Beware Freshies! The penalty is 1 serious. I 25 There seem to be serious symptons of Cupid's work in Room 5. Mr. ji Corkan must see about it. 'i 26 January soon will be gone and no one has anything to see. Why can't 1, we hold each day? Life is a puzzle especially to the Freshman. Lester ' Warmkessel may explain to the Freshman what makes the world go round. ':.'. , 27 Ernie Yeager is a constant sleeper in Mr. Corltan's P. D. class. Can't some : f one donate a pillow? H ZX31 We won both games over the week end. Harold Bucklen seems interested .ffxgif Til, in a certain member in the Sophomore Class. Cupid is certainly doing his Qeiggl- work. . Nl. '21 R. 'm- QT: sf s-,i .i J ,A :, , , l 4 ... The Alaurum ,,,.,,,...,,.,...,,.,..... FEBRUARY I l We had a pep meeting in chapel and behold, some of the Seniors really l yelled. 11 2 Did you notice the length of the absent list? I guess some of our virtuous lj students remained at homefor fear the ground-"hog" would see his shadow. 1 3 Exams, again, l wonder if the teachers were ever pupils. :Q V 6 Mr. Wiley made an announcement in chapel advertising good English week. I1 7 The Seniors are running wildly about selling-class play tickets. ,E 8 Mr. Bonney sang and gave us a talk in chapel. We all enjoyed it very if much. if 1 9 Miss Hamilton had all the seats turned around in room 7 so that we could Il see when she came in the room and stop talking, L1 10 Mary Crede and Doris Hamer rendered a piano duet in chapel. We hope i, that they will play again. Elizabeth Drushel made an announcement in 11 chapel. 11 1 I3 Kathleen Sutton sat down on a pin tack in room 9, and strange as it may l, seem, she got right up immediately. Some naughty boy must have played lx a joke. 1 14 Our negative debating team won unanimously from Ellwood. We cer- I tainly are proud of them. lx 15 There was a dreadful calamity today. Betty O'Rourke lost one of her pet 'l hair pins. VVe can't find it any where so we will help by loaning her our 1 handkerchiefs. ,Q I6 "Contents Unknown" was presented by the Senior class. It certainly was ll a big success. Three cheers for the cast. , 17 Snow! Snow! Snow! Our dear little Freshmen certainly enjoyed the winter l apples. -I wonder if their targets-the girls-did. 4 1 20 Miss Hamilton tried to arrange a date for Helen Sahol and Alexander ji Roman, as they are too bashful to speak to each other in school. ll I 21 "Bo" McMillan gave us a pep talk in chapel. It surely was a treat. Ohl ll 1 how we applauded, for we certainly did like it. h ' 1 22 Mr. Carson from the School of Accountancy of Pittsburgh gave us a talk 1 on Enance, a good subject, since it is a necessity we don't mind having. 1 1 23 Seniors had a class meeting. Some of them may be statesmen, orators, 1 senators or "teachers". 4 24 Miss Woodruff has left ouv happy throng for a few days on account of l the tooth ache. Please Mr. Dentist make her well soon. 1' 27 Miss Edie was absent from our English class the third period. Why did she pick nn our class to leave an extra study-hall? ' FQ fr: 28 We were pleased to have NIL Gibson give us a few pointers on how to J.. conduct ourselves at basketball games. -,L ' 29 My, how we do appreciate this extra day. Am '. J ' . Ks' ' ' - 'f L,,, ---- ---- - - -,,f,, - Qs,-, - - -,sis -:: Qg-sr ' +3325 psig The Alaurum ll A wg. il 4 N: 'I MARCH I: 1 True to its tradition March comes in like a lion. Doris Hamer conducted 4 the music in chapel this morning. lI 2 Tom Baird made quite a disturbance in Room 5 when he found out that II his report card was not in its envelope. M 5 Mr. Gibson's system of excusing students is perfect, but quite amusing. 4' 6 Mr. Hazlett inspected the desks of the students in Room 15. I 7 Rev. Riley certainly kept us all awake in chapel this morning by his jokes. I Miss Hamilton seems to be holding a special class for seniors after school. 1 8 Something is happening. The Lions Club is entertaining the girls of our 1 team and our rival team with a banquet at the Brodhead. I 9 Horrors! YVhat's wrong? VVe had chapel at 11:30 instead of 8:20. Dr. il Pearson from Ohio certainly is interesting, but he made us all so hungry I with his descriptions of pies, chicken and various goodies. The next question 1 is, shall we he quitters or a success? I I2 Joe Boyce remarked in English the other day, when wc were reading I scenes from Hamlet-"'1'here's something rotten in the state of Denmark." If A voice from the rear spoke up, "You're it, old lad!" M l3 Mr. Wiley announced this morning that all seniors would be required to ' take state exams. A camera was broken at noon. Ask Bucky and John .Q Rhodes if they knew anything about it. QI 14 Mr. Wiley said we were not supposed to know about the state exams, In so we were all to forget about them. I wonder who will -forget? if 15 The stage certainly resembles a woodland scene. In P. D. class Eleanor I VVise informed ns about branches of theaters. kvhere are the twigs? r 16 Miss Hamilton went to a slumber party last night. She had to sleep in I the baby's crib. Ask her all about it? I 19 VVe were given the privelege of selecting our own songs this morning in I' chapel. Franklin Tagg likes "No. l2S". But where is it? XVe had a pep meeting this morning for the boys who are going on the tournament. VVe were measured for caps and gowns this morning. I 21 The Seniors are making a mad rush to sell their Alaurums. v llir. Corkan demonstrated the voting machine. He's quite a demonstrator. I 22 Yvc listened to lVIr. Bingham from 11:15 to 12:05. He certainly was a II marvelous speaker and displayed dramatic talent. 'Part of his subject was In about "Are You" UA-Ability, R-Reliability, li-Ego." +i 23 The basketball girls had their pictures taken. We hope no one broke the 'I camera. Mr. Crowe asked the Garageman how much charge for a battery. I: The fellow replied, "Two and one-half volts." hir. Crowe wanted to 1, know how much that was in American money. lI 26 Lucile McDonald made an effective announcement for the Athletic Ban- II quet to he beld this coming VVednesday evening. M 27 Boob McNutt informed Mr. Hazlett that his wife took him places instead l of him taking her places. fI 28 Love is a sickness, full of woesg a torment of the mind. lt seems so in I Room 5. I wonder what it is like? Let's ask Ralph or Joe. if 29 XVill someone please donate three pillows to certain members of Mr. A . Corkan's P. D. class? Perhaps Irene Evans kept Ernie too late last night. Ask Anna jean De Graw why Keith Hughes goes to sleep? For the other person we don't know unless it be Miriam Carter's fault. - ,M 0 XVe enjoyed the mixed chorus very much in chapel. We are all hoping for GT - them to win this evening. The music memory teams meet this afternoon at gli? :30. 'S-?'z1't. - ,A V .- r ..,- :.. ,. '55-nf:-A - :J -::: JOKES ...The Alaurum V V I E3 Gt A young lady not familiar with the l . il Af, Nh N vm 'gfvf r language of railroad men happened to be l 9' WE HAVENH. THE :-'lf' walking near a depot where a freight I .ff HEART ro New A train was being made up. One of the tl ' IKTURE D, ,MT SAD P21 braltemen shouted, "jump on her when :I ll I, ,M E W ,E ,, MR she comes by, run .her down by the eleva- 'V aiesonk exam anon- tor and cut her in two, and bring the Vf C-,Ash - X head end up to the depot." ,l 'QL' Xmlvh Screaming "Murder" the young lady 1 x4 -'f' 1 fled from the spot. ' df i Jane Morgan-"Honestly, did Ralph say l was a dove?" f . . . . .. V Helen Molter--"VVell his exact words were. 'a little pigeon-toed.. l Q --M V 1' ' JR.-SR. BANQUET i ll "My plate is damp," complained "Art", I "Hush l" said Mary, " that's your soup." il LM ll 4 1 Fresh-jerome's mustache makes me laugh. 1, jr.-lt tickled me ton. i Vi ji Ralph Demo-l'rn an electrician. Last night at play practice the fuse blew 1: out and l fixed it. R F. lden-Huh! you're no electrician, you're an idiot. 1V , .. i i, Miss Edie-Give me a good example of coincidence. ll Chester Drusehel-My father and mother were married on the same day. ll ll i.i.1 . X . . :V .Little words of guessing, l Little words of bluE XV Make the teachers tell us, i "Sit down, that's enough." V li -vl- jy A Freshman went a fishin' 1: With his little hook and line 'i But soon came back in disgust And said the worm wasn't tryin' Vs .. ZX Miss H-:milton-XVhen did Caesar defeat the greatest number? Q54 Kenny Bonzo-I think on Examination Day. -.1 .wr fabfi E1 .. xt' M' 1 ' X-?T'z11. :-?lQ, ITT . 41 N.. L P .- ,1g'Q'g5iAQ5iq :, J The Alaurum Y Fresh 1-"Why dun't you and your mummy go to the same church that me li and my mummy go to? Fresh 2-"'Cause we belong to a different abomination." i i li lr i i i , i V - V i Miss Dunham-Correct this sentence: "The fjurds of Norway are very 'I rough." xi Fresh-You got Ford spelled wrong. E l Mr. Corner arrived home at 3 A. M. When he reached the front door ll he found a burglar jimmying it. i "Wait a minute old man," said Cotner. "Let's strike a bargain, I'll open E the door if you will gn in first." , - l 1 Miss Berlin-"XVhu can describe I1 caterpillar ?" 1 " Ham"-"Any upholstered worm." 11 4 ... ,N Elmer Reed-"My, you look beautiful tonight." ji Betty O'Rourke-"Yes, l took a beauty nap and overslept." 11 1 ..... 4 ll Miss Hamilton-Oh, yes, we can trace our ancestors back to-to-to-well, I i don't know but we've been descending for centuries. 1 . .... i 1 John Rhodes-Has George's father a profession? 1 "Sunny"-N11, l understand he works. a I 1 .. Ig i Customer-"Are those cakes fresh?" If "joe" Boyce ton bread wagon?-"l don't know, l've only been here three ' . 4 weeks. ' 4 4 , Mr. Hostine-"My daughter is very thrifty. She made a neektie out of l her old dress. ii Mr. Russell-"And my daughter made a dress out of one of my old 11 neckticsf' if ..... 1, h lVIr. Corkman-"Give me an example fl of unproductive spending of wealth." mmm ARE You lp Ralph Dyson- Taking your sister to V- , THE pR.Ng,pA gr a picture show." ga , sim 1: 1- XF 13.135 5' f. - His letter read - "I am enillying 'ljii-'5 -Q-J Florence immensely." QW: ' V -j-'Qj1 M',,L,, 1' His wife replied-"You can stay in 55 ,WWWWW W55 F. gi'l! ' 3 Europe. I am having a gond time with " H Y F X- l N Oscar. i- A J fl' 1 iff fin: --K Af - It - Tj Q- "':?5v' 's iaaifgf-fi-' ---J .::, - -xii-.Vie ' 0312 i i v 'i The Alaurum li l 1 ' John Rhodes - "See that picture l AR E I-N FA sk!-LION there? It's hand painted." ly ' A M0 N 5 I H Bob lVIcNutt-"VVell, what about it? i ff T-EAC HE R-S' Su's our chicken house." i I N, 5,H..S ..- , THIS . . 0 , ' Now that the big business buildings i are built for cnurches, it gives a fellow a chance to send word he is detained at , an office prayer meeting. 4 , ...- ,i Neighbor-How many controls have you on your radio set? ' lVIr. CrowwTwo, my mother and mother-in-law. i I . . CAN YOU PUNCTUATE? i, I fell in a snow drift in June said hc ' I went to a ball game out at sea i I saw a jelly fish float up in a tree 1 I found some gum in a cup of tea i I stirred milk with a big brass key 1' I opened my door on my bended knee Qi I beg your pardon for this said he 1 But 'tis true when told as it ought to be i, 'Tis a puzzle in punctuation you see. li 1, l ,X Talk about dumb Freshiesl lVe learned from one the other day that a Q quarterback is a refund. Q ..L... 'i A student on Junior English exam paper recently remarked that "The Tale i, of Two Cities" was friction. ll 'r . IQ "Never forget please, the bow-legged floor walker who said, "VValk this 1: way madamf' 4, i if "Do you love me, John?" fl "Sure." , I I . H w "Well why don t your chest go up and down like the man in the movies? , V i li :I John T.-"I believe in going with girls of a distinctly opposite type." 1: Robert S.-"I always did hear your girl was extraordinarily bright." li 1, -1 11 The teacher had just been instructing the class in the ten commandments. "Who can give me a commandment of four words ?" I "Keep off the grass." .,.. V ,'.s' ' '-' AX Vanny-"Say, I hear you tried out for the Senior Class Play. Have you gf?-I Y 'bad any experience ?" etty S.-"Yes, I had my leg in a cast once." K-..-vita. , TTT: Aix. I , ,, fi:2-g1-Q ::::.- -es ,:::- ,::,::--:::,:,, The Alaurum 1 P 1 P 1 Mr. MeDeavitt-CTO Dale who had been fightingj. lVell, son, didn't I l tell you if I SEXY you with a hlackeye, I would give you another? 'i "Dale"-Yes, but you are saved the trouble Dad, because mine are both ll black. Q 11 Jay Tagg-"Are you lost, little boy?" 1' Harold XVebb-"Yes sir!" 1: J. T.-"ls there a reward offered P" 2 H. VV.-"No sir!" 11 ,l. T.-"Y0u're still lost, little boy." 11 . I 1 Ha'vahd-"Your gramma' is terrible!" l, Yale-"Yes, l know. She hasn't been the same since Granfather died." : 1 1 1 John Hermon-"YVhat makes you think that the Chateau is an old cheese 1, factory?" 1' Robert Dunham-"VVhy! just look at the molding on the walls." 11 li 11 llliss Dunham-"Use Euripides in a sentence." 1 Leroy-"Euripides pants, I killa you." I -T E Bliss Lytle-"Give the comparative of small." Richard Russell-"Large." ' j 1 1 Betty DerHinger-"The Greek youths were engaged in throwing the dice. l Qdiscuslu k Mr. Heider-"Why Betty! I thought I told you the Greeks were of high 1 moral character." 'X ' l 1 Mr. Heider-"XVhat is the north pole? I Fresh-"lt is a pole sixteen feet high." 1 hir. H.-"And what about the climate ?', 1: Fresh-"The Eskimns climb it." 1 1 1 Miss Woodruff-fldoys' Glee Clubl li Oliver, what is an octave? i' pr 1g RUMORE D Ollie S.-lVhy it's one of those things Q' fmt 1 MR' Hows I that have long arms and live in the 11 ous rms MENU, ocean. 1: IN Lonklwe FOR qi f 1- ' 1: Mis 'ra KE 5 on '1 " Betty-"I maintain that lovemaking . 'US EXAM gg, is just the same as it always was." -,5 PAPERS' ff-j Jean-"How, do you know?" ,WM 1 ' 1 Betty-"Just read about a Greek L., - naiden who sat and listened to a lyre alff 3 ' 5' ' "U iight." -' . ef- ' ': ' YV .1 . .f fggiig-gi' -inf' ,- ,- ,- ' Jfiriffa The Alaurum .,.,..,.s........,,.,,,.,.1 4 ,X 1 4 4 4 11 Miss Berlin-fBiology Classb What I, H. NUM 0 E grgifilg, 4 4 . 41 are cranberrxes? tix E 1 ni s xl is es-i. b fi ran mane K -1 xt 'I Modest Freshman-Cranberries are EMIS YEMEK gk V 5"-4 Z li 4 . . . sm L E was N 4 41 like watermelons, neither fruit noi MC ,tern in l 1: li vegetableg but it you cook them they cuss P OR ' 11 4 1: make better applesauce than prunes do. N 1 4, nun, 1 44 1: Soph-"Did you ever take chloroform ?" 11 44 Fresh-"No. Who teaches it ?" 4 li 4, 1 1 Speaking of oil scandals look at the hair of some of our sheiks. 11 I 14 4 4 ' Miss Edie lat drug storey-l suppose iou are a properly qualihed druggist? 4 He-Yes, madam. i 4 Miss E.-You have passed all your examinations? 1 1, He-Certainly. P 1: 4 Miss E.--You've never poisoned anyone by mistake? 44 4 4 He-Not to my knowledge. 1 q 1' Miss E.-Very well, theng you can give me a nickcl's worth of cough drops. I 4 ' 4 '4 4 41 Miss Dunham+"Robert, what is a quorum ?" 4 ., 11 Robert Wallace-"A quorum is a place where they get building stone." 1 i4 1 4 44 lVIr. Corkan-"ls this theme original?" , 'l 41 Alan-"l don't know. I forgot to ask Keith." 44 :4 ? 4 14 - - .4 - - in 1 44 Mr. Helder-YVho is Big Bill Thompson? 44 Eugene Bartchy-Governor of Chicago. 14 4 4 1 --- 1 ' 4 A 11 Ralph Dyson recently informed a modern history class that Napoleon ' l : Bonaparte was an unscrumptous man. 41 1 it-L- 4 54 11 41 Druggist-"You'll find shaving cream more economical in the tube form." 4 11 J. Marcus-"Very economical! Man, how d'ye get it back in the tube if li 1 1! you happen to squeeze too much ?" 41 1 l- li 4 4, 11 A Freshman the other day upon being asked what a bridal party was re- li . 4, 4 , plied that he didn't know but thought it pertained to horses. 14 . 'I 41 1 "1 . . . n 11 '45 . 4- ,.. Miss Berlin-"Sunshine makes what? 'I .'v .- 1 1' . 3561 Freshie-"Freckles." 11 5 t r - 1 9. 33 '21 -. s:iQ 1 'rf ' 14 1 , r 44 ... 4, E gf ' 44 - 114,-H :Q l 7 . J, 1iA.2ug:,-f, :Jed ' l ' 'I' " - 1' --lnni' Men ........ A baker A ham ..,,.... An eve ........ 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A hunter ..... 77242 A Iaurum THE CLASS OF '28 v r f l l 1 1 1 1 I .......Georgia 1'l'Iennell ,.......Blanche Baker I ...,,..Doris Hamer 4 .......Enelyn Jones 'X ........Velma Dean v ......."Bob" Mdvun llflcliride .......Doruthy Creighton ...............l3ctty Src-ward w Evangeline Vrlrlflrxrlflle ' 4 Rngula 1 1 .............l1lllClred Shar ..........Dorothy lllillrr ...........,......Vi0la Pnrirli .........Eleanor Hartman f ............Dnle Kennedy ' 1 ................Edra Frame 'b .......,.......Helen Bagnell W ..........lVIadelena Belcufnr ................Elcanor lVi.ve ' Baller , ............Jean Sutherland 1 ..........Catherine Rhode: ....,.,.......Mae Parsons .......Burton Painter ..........How11rd Myers l ..............Alire Kelso 1' ...........Franl:lin Tngg ....,.......,.....,E1mcr Reed .........Margueritc Kraybill ,......Dorothy Rosemund li .........Vinrz'nr Berclmtold .. ...... ,..Earm-:I Yeager .........Lawrence Allison l .........Helen Frerlerirl' E ..........Jeronu' Nlarcus X ............lUary Crrzlr . . ...... ..Barl1ara Mariirl , '.. ........Dormhy Hunter xx A L '-TSW , if rg L , l 1 P11 A A 15??9!2'3' ,::, ' .mrssii ff?-pf: 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 41 11 41 41 '1 41 41 11 11 11 11 '1 41 41 41 41 11 11 4 11 11 11 11 11 41 41 41 41 4 1 11 11 11 11 11 41 11 11 11 11 11 11 1 11 1 5 'I 41 41 11 11 11 '1 11 1 11 11 11 41 41 41 '1 41 41 41 41 41 An. 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