New Brighton High School - Alaurum Yearbook (New Brighton, PA)
- Class of 1935
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H W DOUGLAS DR L B MILLER
JOHN H KNOTT DR C H WILSON J D BRUHN
Supermtendent of Schools
S. W. LYONS, M. A.
LLOYD A M CORKAN M A
Prmclpal of Hugh School
ERNEST B McNlTT JAMES H KELLY B S ln C
lndlana State Normal Grove Cnty College
l-lead of Commercial Department Shorthand Commercial Law
LOIS V GILLS
Grove Cnty College B S an C
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GCFICVG College Geneva College
l-lead of English Department English
Senior English Extempore
CATHERINE GRIMES, A. B. JULIETTE DUNHAM, A. B.
Geneva College Geneva College
Business Writing and Spelling Freshman English
MARGARET HUM A B RUTH! SUTTON A B B
Geneva College Geneva College
French Latln Problems of Democracy
ETHEL M LYTLE A J ROBERT AUTENREITH B S
Geneva College Washington and Jefferson College
Latin Modern History
B2fl'IGf1Y College Slippery Rock State Teachers College
problems in Democrac AI ebra III Al b
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Business Arithmetic Coach of Athletics
HAZEL M. MOORE, B. S. in H. Ed. BLAINE KING, B. S.
Slippery Rock Grove City College
State Teachers College University of Pittsburgh
Ancient History, Physical Education Algebra
RICHARD C HILL B S EVERETT E HART B S
Grove Cnty College Geneva College
Mathematics Commercial Law University of Pittsburgh
Business Arlthmetlc Head of Sclence Department
KENNETH L HEIDER B S M A LLOYD E TAYLOR B S
Waynesburg College Waynesburg College
University of Pnttsburgh Unlverslty of Plttsburgh
Physical Education Athletucs Biology Chemistry
PAUL N ANTHONY B S M JUDITH J WHITAKER B S
Oberlin College Carnegle lnstltute of Technology
Supervisor of Music Home Economics
MARY H BOYLIN WILLIAM J WILCOX
Geneva College A B Penn State College
Carnegie Tech B S S lnclustrlal Arts
Lrbrarlan, Junior Englnsh
MAE EVANS MILDRED THOMPSON
School Nurse Secretary to Superintendent
We the Class of 1935 are very grateful to our Su
perlntendent and Faculty for the hne education and the
hugh Ideals we have attained Because they spared
neither tlme nor effort, our lour years ol hugh school llle
have been very successful
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W E YEAGER JOHN H GRAHAM
School Janitor Gymnasium and Llbrary Janitor
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Vice president CLARENCE l2Al2lCK
Secretary HOMER HAARBAUER
Was there ever a more promlslng class than the one which entered New Brlghton
l-llgh School four years ago? After withstanding much rebutt from the upper classmen
we Finally settled down and elected Jack Schalch as Presldent chose a class motto
color and Flower sponsored a movle and gave the Lxbrary a years subscription to the
The next year, Algebra Caesar, and qlldS Marner confronted us However
these worries were balanced by a successful class play and party under the leadership
of Merritt Carson our President During this year we also began to prove our abllltles
F up n, gfuups, aut. on uw. mum: IILCIGIY orlu oulletll. LCCIIIIS cllu IHUDILGI groups GIIO
proved to be outstandlng ID these organizations
Alter twelve more months we elected Dale Kaufman as Presldent and endeavored
to absorb shorthand rules chemlstry formulas and nnnumerable other perplexntles We
also sponsored a few social events lncludlng a play and two dances
ln our hnal year after re electing Dale Kaufman as president we st uggled with
Physics Trngonometry and the tragedies of Shakespeare and came out on top Social
actlvntles Included a dance and two plays
Now our school days are over and we challenge our successors to establish a
better record than ours
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EARL T KEEN ER
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HELEN FRANCES KENNEDY
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IN AN EMPTY CLASS ROOM
Oh silent chamber lately filled
With zestful youth on knowledge ent
Cast your melancholy spell
On all within the day is spent
The gloomy shadows fall on walls
Where the whole day s class work still
The echo of my lone foot falls
Awakes my thought in somber train
With eyes downcast I slowly tread
Twixt seats of knowledge stained an
It seems that all the world has fled
And I am left to brood forlorn
While wandering through the lonely
A dusty desk top meets my eye
And 'neath the dust my fingers trace
Initial. carved in years gone by.
E K of the Class of Twenty four
I wonder if he s still alive
I-lere s one from '19 and 34
And ah' one from the class of 35
A rueful thought sped through my mind
And seemed a sorrowful truth to me
The escapades of our fair class
Would soon be only history
The victories and conquests won
The battles lost the friendships made
The petty courtships carefree fun
Had reached the peak begun to a e
This door is soon to close behind
The parting members of the class
And future students here will find
These crude initials of the past
Ere then, the class is scattered far
Each battling in his own lone fight
The petty courtships may have bloomed
And character will show it's might.
By our efforts we hope to rise
Above ourselves 'and ere we die
We hope to leave in fiery skies
New glory for New Brighton High,
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We the Class of 35,1n order to form a more perfect umon, establish good feeling
unsure future success, and assure the blesslngs of happlness to ourselves and our posterity
do create and establish this last wlll and testament of the Class of 35
We hereby proclaim null and vold all precednng walls or promises made by us and
do drstrlbute our various possessions as follows
To Mr Corlcan, the hope that the gray halrs we have caused hlm will not un any
way interfere with a long and happy career as prlncnpal of our beloved hugh school
lo our careworn faculty, an asylum where they may repair to recuperate from the
effects of the past four years of nervous strain
lo the Class of 36, our Juniors, we bequeath the dlgnlty which we have so
honorably carried upon our somber brows, accompanled by the prlvlleges whlch the
tltle of Seniors entalls
To the Sophomores, we leave the brrght lights and shlnrng Ideals whnch have so
successfully carried us through our four years of strife and worry
To the Freshmen, the sincere wash that they may gain, by our example a burning
desire to Full those sacred spots which we have so brllllantly filled In the past
lo Mllte Adams, a phonograph to save hum the trouble of recltlng ln Physics Class
To Dorothy and Ruth Allender, the rnght to change their names to letters nearer
the end of the alphabet so that they ll not always have to head the class
To Evelyn Anderson we bequeath a permanent bus pass from Oalc l-lull to save her
the trouble of wallclng all that distance
To Ross Anderson, a patented shoe cleaner to scrape off that country mud
To Valda Anthony, we give the appreclatlon due to one of her attractrveness
To John Armstrong, we will the contract to build bunl4s ln our study halls lhose
seats just don t seem to flt hrs frame
lo Jane Ashman, a sufflclent amount of time to complete her lcnlttlng lt as rapidly
becoming a fine art with her
To Chrrstlne Bauer and Regina Crumrlne, a chance to change herghts so that they
may get a different perspective of the world ln general
lo Earl Bedlson, an automatic compass to save hlm trouble In any geometry courses
which he may encounter In the future
-lo the Cline, Keener, and Best Syndicate, we bequeath the hope that they may
always continue their present frlendshlp
Nell Blbbee an Ellwood City High School rlng to lceep for llfe
Bobble Bingham, we bequeath a Senatorshlp so that he may be nearer his
Nancy Bradshaw, a one trlp tlclcet to Ann Arbor, Mlchlgan
Beverly Brandt, an estate nearer town so that her boy friends wont have so
far to Wallc
To George Brandt, a permanent dllbl to explain his frequent absences
'lo Bob Brew, a confldentlal secretary to talce care of hrs private correspondence
with has many femlnlne admirers
To Mary Broolehart, the rrght to conduct a happy and successful business career
To Tony Capo the managershlp of a Kroger store At least he has made the flrst
step rn the rloht dlrectuon
lo Joel Chaney a positron as physical Instructor ID any leadlng Y lncldentally
a new heart throb might come In handy Worry IS rapxdly brealclng down his health
lo Bob Chrlstner, the right to argue a question to the close l'lls dblllfICS run
largely rn that channel
bl go Margy Connor, we leave the prlvnlege of denying the fact that men prefer
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To Martha Cooper, we offer the post as edutor of any good joke book un whuch
she may exhubut her boundless wut
lo Carolune Cozlov we bequeath a good luck charm so that her success w II
contunue un lufe as ut has un hugh school
lo Bud Coss, we offer a correspondence course un croonung un ten easy lessons
so that hus favorute song Margy, wull meet wuth greater success un the future
'lo John Craug a posutuon as chuef acrobat wuth Barnum and Bauley l-lus abulutues
are ouute extensuve un the tumblung lune
To Dorothy Cron, we guve a suren We are In dure need of a method of knowung
that she us around
To Ruth Bush a typung medal for her expert assustance to M McNutt
lo Stella Davus, the rught to become a debater un some great unuversuty worthy of
To floyd Dean, a couple more Ford cars The number of chusellers us rapudly
To Ruth DeVunney the posutuon whuch l now full as wruter of thus wull That has
always been her earnest desure
To Dale and Dallas Duck, merut badges for devotuon to duty un the capacuty of
To Arthur Ducks, success as a ruval to l'loudunu
To Ellsworth Dunn, an amateur nught audutuon wuth Fred Allen If that fauls, we
offer a role as double to Clark Gable
Johnny Dwyer, a monopoly on all red unk then hus worrues may be over
Madelune Eberle congratulatuons on her fune work un classes thus year
l-loward Fugley a tooth puck factory whuch may supply hus demands
Elenore Fuscus, the rught to follow un her father s footsteps as the best sundae
buulder un town
l'larold Fleeson, a buuldung along -lhurd Avenue un whuch to conducta successful
enterpruse of hus own choosung
To Muldred flemung we leave our apprecuatuon of her good dusposutuon
lo Margaret Freeman, we bequeath a box of smules to be used uf her present
supply becomes exhausted
l-lelen Frushkorn a home un the cuty What wull gasolune companues do then?
Gazella Futato a hope chest she may be able to use ut some day
Sumo Gacesa we offer a musucal career, un company wuth hus vuolun
Gale Gubson, we leave a parachute to brung hum down to earth We all have
to look up to hum
Evelyn Guvens we leave the posutuon of pruvate secretary to any busuness man
who needs an expert
To Helen Godlewsku a movue contract l"ler beauty us worthy of honorable mentuon
To l-lelen Greer and Evelyn Gruffuths, we leave the pruvulege of beung the world s
furst famous vuolun duo
lo Scratch hlaarbauer, we guve the posutuon of Busuness Manager to the Saturday
To Dennus l-labrle we leave a unuform and a doorman s uob at our own Grand l-lotel
To Jean l-larrus, we offer the honor of searchung for the Lost Chord No doubt
she wull be successful
To Eluzabeth l-lenn a bankung posutuon to do her uustuce for her part un the student
To Hobart l-lenry a defunute method of determunung whuch of hus names comes
furst lm sure the teachers wull apprecuate thus
To Muldred l-lulberg a preservatuve for her ready smule
To Dot f-lull an arbutratuon councul to aud her un makung up her mund as to uust who
he shall be
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To Harry Hobaugh a new paper strap The old one s just about worn out
To Eva Hodge, we present an earnest hope that she will profit from her hugh
To Robson Hornby, a new har He sold the old one
To Mike Hornlck, a deserted desert Island where he wlll no longer be bored by
the attentrons of the opposite sex
To Helen and Alice Householder, we offer a housewrecker to take the load off
To Gladys Hunter, we glve the prlvrlege of selecting a surtable llfe partner
To Mary Alice Hunter, we bequeath a home ID Colorados Grand Canyon to
match her sunny dlsposltlon
To Florence lrwln, a contract to teach the rudlments of knitting to those teachers
who are not now famrllar with lt
To Betty Jackson, we leave a pleasing personality so that she may always be a
joy to her friends
To Jay Jenkuns, we guarantee a substantial llvlng If he wlll publish for us an authentic
pamphlet on the art of blushing
Horse Kalrls, a parr of relns to gurde hum on the path of lrfe whlcm he may
Louie KdlC2VIC, we hereby glve a shoe store so that he wont be lonely If
ever he loses hrs present rob
Mary Ellen Karr we bequeath a long and happy lrfe
Dale Kaufman,t ehopethathe may some day be Vice President for a change
He s had plenty of experlence as Presrdent
To Clalre Kelbaugh, a posrtlon with the Chicago Civic Opera Company
To Helen Frances Kennedy a box of smiles Mother Nature IS getting tlred of
To Jean Kennedy, a bicycle She has quite a way to walk from out there on Qak Hull
To Irene Kirchner, we grve our permission to be Miss Sutton s successor
To Clarence Knauff, we will an upto date laundry After cleanlng football
sults for four years, he IS rn pretty good condltlon for that work
To Steve Korlcansky, a rude to a skating party He s been tryung to get one ever
since he nrst heard of Evans Cnty
To Mary Kotoff, a permlsslon to put her coat on she s had It off long enough
To Mary Kovach, a husband worthy of her good qualltles
To Don Kratzert, a really hard math problem for oraln food None have crossed
hrs path so far that have offered hum the slightest dlffrculty
Hugh Leslie, a bottle of wave set to quell the splrlt of those handsome locks
Dolly Leuun, the hope that her sweetness will not be In vain
AZdlId Lewis, a diploma as reward for her earnest efforts
Stanton Link, a roadster to enable hrm to come to New Brighton more often
Byron Luce, we bequeath a formal debate with Mr Roark on more even terms
than those on which they met In P D class
To Betty Madory a grocery store so that she may go lnto competltron wlth her
To Mel Martin, a tribute to a mighty swell guy
To Ruth Martsolf, a wash for the utmost success Some day she may go IH for
e :tuna rn a bug way
Mary Ellen Mav, a lot more ofthat charm whrch keepsJoe onthe edge ofhls seat
Rrchard and Bob McBrrde a permanent alrbr which will satlfy teachers
Genevieve Mccloskey, an assurance that we certarnlv enjoyed having her with
us all these years
To Paul Mccutcheon a vote of thanks for hrs part IN making our football and
basketball teams and our Safety Patrol a success
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Martha McDanael, the raght to make Johnny her byword
To Ruth Mcffaanley, the promase of l'-lappaness Ahead for her
To Jack MacDonald a golf course of has own where he may caddy to has heart s
content, wathout fear of cheap competataon
To Mackey McGuare a complament on her rosy dasposataon and many thanks
for the sunshane she has lent our class
To Albert Mentz, a posataon as center on the champaon New York Gaants Pro
fessaonal Football team
To Davad Maller, a praze for beang our mathematacal wazard
To Ralph Matsch, a daploma as reward for has earnest efforts an hagh school
To Jean Molter, a aob as labraraan an some good hagh school She gets plenty of
experaence under Mass Boylan
Annetta Moore, we offer our best washes for a successful career
Ted Muawat, the post as Mr Kang s personal advaser and anformataon bureau
Kathryn Musack, our confadence that some day she wall be a publac speaker
b I Ann Narvette, a permanent job as pravate secretary to any person worthy of her
a a aty
John Openhart, a bronze tablet for has servace to our anterclass basketball team
Emma Qstrum, we leave a wealth of happaness and good wall
Leona Patterson, we resagnedly gave a marraage lacense, butwe can tsee why
she doesnt Chuck her boy fraend and Prace a new one
To Joe peluso, the raght to become part owner of the New York World
To Anna Plassmeyer, a bell to announce her presence She as so quaet that we
hardly know she as around
To Albert Pontaer, a badge of honor as our oraze stage manager
lfo John Popovach, the raght to be a great success so that he may brang honor to
our c ass
lo Ruth Powell, a few smales to come to her aad an case her present supply becomes
To Rachard Provance, a comb and a aar of axle grease guess why
To Steve Radatovatch, our permassaon to become an All Ameracan football player
We honestly belaeve that he has the necessary abalaty
I To Coach Rarack, a carton of palmolave soap to help ham keep that schoolgarl com
To Red Rawl, an aarplane to help ham keep up wath has ever soarang sparats
To Qpal Reed, we leave the realazataon that she has really been a jewel to our class
To Jean Reese and lrene Shafer, a couple of chaars, they ve been on the stand
commattee long enough to be an need of a rest
To Bob Retzer, the offacaal tatle of Our Lady s Man
To Tager Rhodes, we bequeath a paar of roller skates to help an keepang up wath
at least a few of has garls
To Edna Rosenmund, we leave a torch, faery as her tataan haar, to guade her on her
chosen way after she has left our care
To Wallaam and Stella Ruff, we gave the assurance that whale they have been wath
us they have gaven no andacataon of that traat whach thear name amplaes
Baagao Saabena, we bequeath the Presadency of Fallston Academy
Bob Samek, a handsome check for that n'allaon dollar smale It as worthy of merat
l-lerbae Saul, the posataon as manager of the New York Celtacs
Ellen Sayre and Agnes Wallas, careers as emanent musacaans They are, an our
estamataon among the best
To Jaggs Sayre, we gave all possable success an has chosen work
To Gerson Schaffel, we pay trabute He as one of our best students and as cer
taanly an excellent speaker
To Jack Schaach, a messenger boy to delaver has many notes
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To Frank Small, we leave a few stray credits which will be of great and to hum
no doubt when rt comes to diploma time
lo Dan Smith the mayorshlp of Junction Cnty
To Elverene Smith the hope that she will achieve success as a slnger
To l'lelen Springer the hope that she will sprung Into a successful career upon
Ruth Smith an art course to help her develop her most promising talent
Bull Stein a plumbing shop l'lls dad might like a little competition
Jane Steele, a Ray of llght to guide her through llfe
Steve Susak a baker shop so that he ll always feel at home
Irene Szekely congratulations for her flne work In Engllsh Class
Don Tanner a hand car so that his railroad fare will be reduced He ll get a
lot of good exercise on that llttle jaunt from Galilee to Brighton
h Anme Valeclc, a hope that she has profited by her four years of compannonshlp
Evelyn Vesock a music store No need to worry about customers
lsodeen Velock we will a famous tea room In which she may entertain her
'lo VIFQlDId Velock we glve a special bus to get her back and forth from Marlon
f-lull without any loss of time
To Joe Verbanlck we deducate a cheer so that we may know he IS around
'lo Helen Vestrocy the prnvllege of bringing her secret passion to llght whoever
he may be
To Make VOlIDlC the post of forest ranger for Calc l'llll our frontler
To Ethel Ward a new llne to feed to that athletlc boy friend of hers
To Jack Ware the job as lieutenant to Captain MUjWIt, the leader of the Oak I-lull
To Mary Louise Weber a general s uniform She has been quite a leader ID our
To Edwin Weeber an aerial railway from Patterson l-lelghts to help ham get to
school on time
To Martha Welsh a partnership In some good novelty shop
To Bob Williamson our permission to be a lady killer
-lo Carrie and Estella Wise, we offer our thanks for their part ID the success of
our c ass
To Laura Wolf a qasollne company to relieve the pressure on the famuly pocketboolc
'To Dorothy Wolfe the hope that she will make a good addltlon to the Boettner
To Charles Wright a mistake so that he will be wrong for a change
To Dolores Wurzel, a private school, so that our boys will have nothung to alnenate
their affection for their studies
To Raymond Yee a banking system to take care of his personal funds
To Carl Zerke we hand the poet laureateshup of our lllustruous class
To Frank Elverson a couple hundred volumes of assorted encyclopedlas so that
he may perchance fund a couple facts with which he IS not at present famlllar
CODICIL TO THE WILL
We the class of 35 do, ID supplement to our last will and testament bequeath
to Merritt Carson an M D degree so that he may realize his llfe long ambltlon to
mend broken hearts There ns no doubt that because of Merrntts good nature and
clever speech, we shall see many patlents eagerly assembled In the wanting room out
side an offnce marked Dr M N Carson
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It was a cold WIDtCfY nIght As I sat by the fire readIng, my mInd began to wander
to more Interesting thIngs graduatlon, vacatlon, college One by one the faces of
my classmates flashed before my Inner eye, and I found myself wondering what the
future held ID store for them The room was very warm, my boolc dropped to the floor,
I became very, very drowsy
The next thIng I lmnew I seemed many years older, and I was busIly preparing to
malce a trIp ID the hope of dIscoverIng and vIsItIng with many of my former classmates
I called for a taxi to drive me to the statlon, and was greatly surprised when I
found the drIver to be Albert Mentz At the statlon, Malte I-lornlclc, as baggage man,
was capably wrestling trunlcs The conductor of the train was none other than Boyd
Cline and the tIcI4et talcer Earl Keener
Stoppmg off at PIttsburgh to shop, I was surprIsed to fInd that a large new depart
ment store had been opened l'hIs I found, was only one of a natIon WId6 chaIn of
stores owned exclusIvely by l"larry Hobaugh An effIcIent crew of clerlts IncludIng
I2egIna Crumrlne, Madeline Eberle, .lean Kennedy, and Allce I-louseholder was aId
Ing the customers Mr I-lobaugh true to his benevolent nature, had employed George
Brandt as floorwallcer, and Albert Pontler as fInancIal reporter of the store, who had
received hIs experience worlcing on Andy Mellon s Income tax
On FIfth Avenue, I visited an exclusive dress shop whIch had been opened by
It so happened that l2InglIng Brothers were openIng an engagement that weelf at
Motor Square Garden, and I was amused to learn that .Iaclc Ware, as BUSINESS Manager
of thIs CIVCUS was now one of the bUSIZSt men of the world You may be Interested
to lcnow also that Steve Susalc IS a clown ID the same OUtFlt
When I entered Kaufman s Department Store, who should I fInd there but Dorothy
l'lIll who was demonstratIng her latest InventIon, an alarm cloclc wIthout the alarm,
to prevent boys and grrls from gettIng to school on tIme
After IeavIng this store, I was wallclng hurriedly down the street, DGYIHQ little
attentIon to where I was QOIDQ, when I llterally colllded wIth a short young man,
wearIng large spectacles, and smolclng a big, curved pIpe With great consternation,
I found It was Joe Peluso, who had opened up a pruvate detectIve agency and was
now on his way to solve a baffllng murder, whIch had been COmITllttCd ID the office of
Charles Wrlght Doctor of DentIstry
As It was stIIl several hours until train time, I entered the Palace Theater, the ex
clusIve property of Gerson Schaffel, where DennIs l'labrle and Danlel Smlth had secured
posItIons as ushers On the screen, Nancy Bradshaw was playIng opposite Clarence
RGFICIQ In the huge movIe success, Love At Flrst SIght whIch had been dlrected by
The vaudevIlIe, too, proved InterestIng Robert Retzer, as master of ceremonIes,
fnrst Introduced Dolly LCUID solo dancer, who was accompanIed by that famous muslcal
team of Schalch and I-larris who performed very slcIlIfully on the xylophone and pIano
The next feature was an act by the famous mdgICldD, Arthur DIcl4s
After many more numbers, the performance ended with a number by the symphony
orchestra ID the pIt under the dIrectIon of Dallas Dlclc and Includlng RIchard McBrIde
Slmo Gacesi and Steve Korlcanslcy, wIth Ellen Sayre at the pIano They played a
beautiful overture wrltten by the famous composer, Floyd Dean
I left the theater and entered a restaurant whIch had been opened by the partners
Robert Brew and Raymond Yee, and was graciously escorted to a table by theIr charm
Ing hostess, Evelyn Anderson The speclal feature on the menu thatday was raspberry
blSCUlfS, a creatlon by Martha Welsh
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After a dellclous dlnner, l made my way to the statlon and was soon on my way to
Phlladelphla l amused myself on the traln by reading a copy of the great literary success,
Love and Learn by Merrltt N Carson, the renowned author
As l chanced to glance around the coach l seemed to recognize the face of a dns
tlngulshed young woman across the alsle It was Stella Davls who, slnce her experlence
on the hugh school debate team had become an authoratlve public spealcer, and was
now malcnng a lecture tour of the United States
She told me that Valda Anthony had accepted a positron as private secretary to
the Foreign Ambassador to France and had been luvlng abroad for several years
Elverene Smith had become Supervlsor of the Homeopathic Hospital In Pittsburgh
Just recently Robert Chrlstner had been appointed national president of the A
84 P Co and was doing well IH this capacity
lrene Shafer and Qpal Reed had opened a business academy IH Chicago the
faculty comprised Ethel Ward Helen Greer, and Ann Narvette
Last, she told me that Robson Hornby had purchased a large frult farm out West
and had worlung for hlm, Gale Gibson Tony Capo, Ross Anderson, and Malte Adams
Reluctantly, we parted as the traln pulled unto the station Once arrived In the
city of brotherly love, l hastily selected a hotel As l was just about to register, my
eyes met the steady gaze of the manager Byron Luce He called ID has effnclency ex
pert, Donald Kratzert and we lmmedrately tell to discussing old tlmes and old friends
From them l learned that Walter Coss had become a famous sclentrst and held the
DOSILIOD of professor of SCICDCZ at the University of Southern California
l soon retired to my room, dependlng on the radio for entertannment that evening
l tuned ln just IH time to hear Mary Kotoff croon a group of popular songs
Jay Jenlcins, the announcer, then Introduced Evelyn Veloclc and Claire Kelbaugh
who sang a group of classical songs The duet was accompanied by Agnes Wallis
l soon retlred, only to be awalcened at an early hour by a rumbling sound and then
a rather famlllar voice Very shamefully, l reallzed that l had left the radio on all night
but where had l heard that voice? l was gratified to hear the announcer say, You
have been llstennng to Miss Jean Molter, physical Instructor, conducting the mornnng
Now that l was awalce, l arose and made a tour of the city by bus l was pleased
to pass the offlce of the law farm of Zerlte, Rawl, and Co
Farther down the avenue, the bus stopped at the Phrladelphla General Hospntal
l entered and read the staff of doctors One name alone was of rnterest to me, that of
Dr Hugh Leslle, M D As l read l was cordially greeted by a charming young lady
LH whltf uniform, our good frlend Kathrvn Muslclc who was a child speclallst In that
l was amused to learn that Azalna Lewis was selling Virgil ponies at a small shop
which she had opened In the clty Needless to say, the business was flourlshlng
l told Kathryn l Intended to fly from Phlladelphla to New Yorlc and aslced where
l could malce connectlons After learning about thus, l returned to my hotel, then toolt
a tax: to the airport
l entered the offlce of the United Alrllnes Company and found the owner and
chief pnlot to be Ellsworth Dunn, with Dorothy James as the private secretary of the
Cn the way the plane was forced to land at an emergency field for gas, and there
we found Mllce Vollnlc and Blaglo Sdlb2I'1l runnnng a large gasoline station
Wlthnn a few minutes we were ln New Yorlc After securmng sultable lodging
l went to my room, plclced up a copy of the New Yorlc Times and read an excltlng scoop
by Franlc lflverson, now star reporter for that famous paper
When l went down to danner, l found Vnrglnla Veloclc as hostess ID the dnnlng
room, from whom l learned that Eleanor Sheets, Ruth Allender, Mary Kovach, and
Annetta Jane Moore were telephone operators IH this hotel
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That evening l attended the opera The prima donna was Miss Jane Steele, world
famous soprano While talking with Jane after the opera l learned that Frank Small
was her press agent, Betty Jackson, her personal maid
As l walked down Broadway the next day, l was surprlsed to meet Stanton l.Ink
and Edward Kairis, ID police uniforms, directing traffic
l made my way to a large exclusive dress shop owned by Evelyn Griffiths The
attractive models Gladys Hunter, Dolores Wurzel Evelyn Givens, and Alice MCGUITC
were displaying beautiful gowns brought from Paris by Leona Patterson, buyer for
the store The secretaries of this firm were Christine Bauer and Mildred Hilberg
My next VISIt was to New York University, where l found Mildred Fleming as
Instructor of English, and Melville Martin as Professor of Physics
From the latter l learned that George Sayre, Paul McCutcheon and John Dwyer
had gone In for professional basketball and were to play that evening IH a game at
Madison Square Gardens The experienced Herbert Saul was to referee the game
The managers of the team were Donald Tanner and Clarence Knauff
As l made my way back to the hotel, l chanced to pass a beauty parlor with the
words Powell and DeVInney, Beauticians, on one corner of the wlndow When
l entered l found these girls running a very profitable business with Betty Madory,
Edna Rosenmund, and Helen Vestrocy as assistants Mary Brookhart was the manIcurIst
l was Interested to learn that Nell Bibbee, Helen Householder Dorothy Cron,
and Ruth McGinley were employed as waitresses In a Manhattan Night Club where
Robert Samek was appearing with Helen Godlewski ID a specialty dance number
The accompaniment several popular song hits, composed by Margaret Freeman and
Eva Hodge, was played by John Armstrong s jazz orchestra
Elenore Fiscus had secured a position for the summer as girls adviser and swimming
Instructor at a fashionable resort on the Hudson
After a delightful chat l went to the office of the Bedison Steamship Co , and
made arrangements with ti e secretary,Stella Ruff, to sail on the morrow from New York
to Norfolk Virginia
Before many more hours l had arrived In that beautiful Southern city Here on a
large tobacco plantation owned by Richard Provance and Edwin Weeber, many former
New Brighton boys were employed, namely: Joe Verbanick, Robert Williamson
John Qpenhart and Hobart Henry.
The next day l went by train to Washington D. C., where Dale Kaufman, as Pres-
ident of the United States,was capably managing the nation s affairs.
The president had decided to remodel the White House and the honor of renovat-
ing this honorable abode had fallen to Ruth Martsolf an interior decorator of some
John Craig as a capable successor of lke Hoover, was now custodian of the
ln the cabinet Theodore Mujwit was serving as Secretary of War, with Jack
MacDonald as his able assistant.
To Steve Radatovitch had fallen the title of Ambassador to Fallston.
An influential resident of Washington D. C. was Robert Bingham, Esquire, who
had "settled down' and become a famous banker. Elizabeth Henn and Jean Reese
held positions as clerks in this bank.
The following day l first visited the Congressional Library and chanced to find there
Beverly Brandt, as head librarian.
At the museum, l viewed a collection of birds brought here from Africa by Carrie
and Estella Wise, missionaries to that place.
At the lnternational Art Exhibit, l was proud to see paintings displayed there by
the well known artists, William Ruff, Dorothy Allender, Martha Cooper, Mary Alice
Hunter, and Helen Springer.
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ln the Llnlted States Mint Ralph Mltsch David Miller and Rodney Best were
busy making wooden nickels
Miss Mary Louise Weber had become the most daring newspaper woman in the
All of these visits with my former classmates had aroused In me a keen desire to
revisit my old home town New Brighton Xlfflthin a few days l was reviewing the
scenes of mv childhood days
now had an established practice
l-lere l learned that Dorothy Wolfe lrene Szekely Annie Valeclc Emma Qstrom
and Gazella Futato were employed In the offices of the John popovic Auto Company
Billy Stein had taken over his fathers plumbing business
l-lelen Frishkorn In partnership with Anna Plassmeyer had opened a florist shop
on Third Avenue
The famous Skating Rink at Evans City was now the property of Harold Fleeson
Robert McBride was running on the Republican ticket for burgess of New Brighton
Martha McDaniel and Caroline Cozlov had become welfare investigators of this
Howard Flgley had moved to New Sheffield and was manufacturing hitch hiker s
equipment on a large scale
Judge Reader had been succeeded as Judge of Beaver County by Manuel Rhodes
Joel Chaney and Mary Ellen May were also settled down to a life of wedded bliss
The management of the Dewhurst Store had been taken over by Mary Ellen Karr
Louis KdlC2VIC was the mayor of the large metropolis of Fallston
l'lelen Frances Kennedy had opened a kindergarten on Patterson Heights for the
children of her many married friends
Llpon visiting the local high school mv first discovery was that Ruth Bush had suc
ceeded Miss Thompson as secretary to Mr Lyons
With a few exceptions the faculty was much the same. Dale Dick was now filling
Mr. Corkan s position as principal of l-ligh School. Ruth Smith was the l-lead lnstructor
of English and lrene Kirchner had succeeded Mr. Roark as a capable Professor of
une new course nao oeen instaileci. rlorence Irwin and Jane Asnman were
teaching the students how to knit.
At this point l became very chilly. A voice which sounded much like my mother s
called l-ladn t you better come up to bed now?
l awoke to find that l had been dreamingl -lsodeen Veiock
PROPHECY OF THE PROPHET
Several years after l had finished school l found it necessary to visit a large, well-
known high school in Boston. After my business had been completed, the principal
graciously offered to show me through the school'-an offer which l willingly accepted.
Entering an English class, l found, much to my surprise, that the teacher was my former
classmate-lsodeen Veiock. As she was of a modest nature, it was necessary for the
principal to tell me of lsodeen's advancement. She had started in New Brighton l-ligh
gchdool, had made rapid progress, and was now a recognized authority in her chosen
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Mlke durrng thelr Sophomore year Many class members took part an the lolk danctng
and group sunglng The vvhole program vvas carrved out IH an lrlsh fashion as It Nas
glven on St Patrick s day
Durrng its Junior year the class presented Mama s Baby Boy vvlth the following
Mrs Shephard Mcflean
Mrs Matilda Blackburn
Mrs Carlotta Anglun
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Alter the locomotIve had smashed Into a car at a crossIng, a young lady arose
from the wreclcage practIcally unlnjured The engmeer and others gathered around
Why dIdnt you stop when you saw the traln comIng'7 aslted the englneer
The glrl was Indlgnant
l sounded mv horn before you blew your whlstle she told hIm
Bully was about to malce l1ISlII'St extended VISIt away from home wIthout hrs parents
l'lIs grandparents had told hlm ol the FT1dI'1yIV'IlfQfQStIf1Qtl'1IF1QSlll'12Y would do ID Kansas
Qty l-lIs mother was very dublous about the outcome of the trlp
What wIll you do she aslced when you want to see mother and daddy
Oh III just go out to the zoo and loolc at the anlmals, he answered casually
A farm woman went Insane and was talcen to an asylum
Well her husband Sold l dont ltnow where she ever caught Insanlty, she
aln t been out ol the lutchen ID twenty years
Qlhce Boy please slr l thlnlc some one wants you on the telephone
ChIel Now, what IS the use ol SGYIUQ you thlnlc l am wanted? Am l wanted
Qlhce Boy Well, slr someone rang up and Sdld ls that you you old ldlOt 7
BIlly and hIs father were I0 the garage after dIDf'l2I',fT1dl4Il"lQ a lute Suddenly they
heard a terrrble dIn ol lallIng dlshes and pans In the latchen where hIs mother and
SlSt6f were dOID3 dIshes
Bllly and hIs lather lIstened for a mInute, and then Bllly Sdld It was motherl
l-low do you lcnow It was mother? aslced hIs father as he started lor the house
Cause she s not saylng anythmgl Bllly answered
Une day a Scotchman went to the lIvery stable to hlre a horse
The lceeper aslced hlm l-low long wIll you want It?
Ehe Scotchman replIed The longest one you have there are elght of us
Johnny, aged ssx who wasn t very fond ol school, was QIVZD a tablet whIch had
on the cover a DICtUF2 ol MIclcey Mouse carryIng school books and gayly whIstlIng
Johnny s mother remarlqed See how happy Mrclcey Mouse IS QOIDQ to school
Ch, no Sdld Johnny, he s not goIng to school he s comrng home'
It was llttle George s l:IFSfflfT12 at the opera The conductor toolc hIs place In the
orchestra pIt and began to wave hIs baton and the famous soprano began to slng
What s the man shalcrng the stlclc at the woman lor? he aslced hIs mother
Keep quIet she whrspered He I nt shalcmg hIs stlclc at the woman
But George was unconvlnced
Then what s she hollerIng lor? he demanded
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Th Class ol 36 has succ sslully completed the thlrd lap IU the
long hard race lor a high school education lnspsred by the success
ol our Frst two years we pushed on to new heights under the dlrec
tion ol Xl lllIdV" Martin as president ol our class with Joseph Crede
as hrsass1stant lllllan Muller was elected to lceep the records while
Norman MacDonald was chosen to talr care of FII'1dDCIdl matters T
these olhcers b longs rruch ol the credut For the prosperous year
Qur class play The Boomer was presented on February 7
uncer the drrectlon of Mr Autenrerth Qur faculty advisers Mr
Kung Miss Grlls and Miss Boylan also helped us to gain favorable re
sults In our hnanclal socral and literary proye ts and to them we owe
many thanfs ln the spring N2 paid honor to the Seniors with a very
ln our lou th and Final year we hope to better our prernous tand
aros and to uphold the honor ol our lass and ol New Brighton Hugh
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Presldent WILLIAM MARTIN
Vlce Pre :dent JOSEPH CREDE
Secretary LILLIAN MILLER
Treasurer NORMAN MAC DONALD
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Funk Dorothy Mae
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The Soohomore Class IS glad to report a most successtul year
largelydue to the help otour FlHdI'1CIdl adviser Miss Moore our literary
aovrs r Mxss Grimes and our social adviser Mr Autenrelth At the
beginning ol the school term both Literary and Class Qlhcers were
neth lhorras Vice president Elizabeth Maroals Secretary and An
thony LdDOSlfl Marshal For Class Clhcers we elected Leonard Rulq
llc presldent Jack Javlns Vxce president Thelma Kung Secretary
Jimmy Stern Treasurer
The class vvas vvell satlshed vvlth the election lhe Literary Qfh
cers were changed at the begrnnlng ot the second term but the Class
Qlhcers hela thetr posltrons the entire year The most outstandnng
event ot the year vv s the Sophomore Progr nn W 1cn was nelc
Aorn O3 W935 This program vvas drrecteo oy Mnss Grimes and
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Vicwpresidenr ............,.................. JACK JAVENS
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Alexander Alma Jean
Balderson Olive Mae
Bittner Mary Ann
Conner Mary Allce
Emery Dorothy Clalre
Garmen Anna Jane
Gold Mary Ellen
Hulmes Helen Jeanne
Jackson lva Mae
Rupert Eu ene
Russell, Ro ert
Smith Da e
St John Dons Mae
Van Arsdale Charlotte
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Cn September 4 1934 the Freshman class came into existence although
it was a very confused and puzzled existence After a weelc or two the mem
bers of this Class of 38 began to get into the proper rooms at the right
time Very good students we made even If we couldn t decide who ID the
world was Assur nazir pal or what lg x b+v equalled We managed
to elect literary officers who directed some splendid programs ln due
time examinations came around Most of us actually made good marks
the result of carrying home a library every night The arrival ofchristmas
saved us from collapsing entirely but on our return we found more exam
Vfe started the second semester feeling better We lqnew now that
after all Sophomores are only last years Freshmen So the class became
organized and we elected new literary officers and also class officers The
following class officers were chosen president Watson Haarbauer Vice
President Felix Qliver Secretary Mary lrwln Treasurer Theodore
Velock Under the guidance of these officers we had a successful year
To provide something for our treasury we had a benefit The Band Plays
Cn at the Brighton lheater Qur new literary officers continued to up
hold the hugh standard of our programs Third quarter examinations came
and went Most of us breathed more freely when we passed this third
mule post ln approximately three months we shall be grand and glorious
Qur class as a whole has had a successful start Much credit is due
our advisers Miss Dunham Miss Rinehart and Mr l-lender and to all our
other teachers ln behalf of the class l thanlc them So ends our first year
as members of New Brighton l'-hgh School May the Class of 38 continue
the successful career we have started as Freshmen
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Ffeshman Class OHICCTS
Vice-President ......................,...,....., FELIX OLIVER
Carroll Alice Jean
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Eaton M rgaret
Golden Frances Jean
Hazen Anna L
lrwin Mary C.
Murphy Mary C
Neese Mary Jane
Pasqua Mary Jane
Van Lear Dorothy
Ziegal, Eva May
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MARY LOUISE WEBER
Grrl Reserve Club
The Grrl Reserve Club completed another successful year IH 1934 35 with each
member strlvlng To Fund and glve the best A number ol events which have con
tributed to thus success and have aimed to develop the gurls spnrltually intellectually
and socially In addition to the regular bl monthly meetings, Included an outdoor
campfire service a Cinderella Maslced Ball a covered dlsh dinner at the Y M C A
the usual jOlDt meeting with the I'll Y, an Interesting chapel program In commemora
tion of Lincoln s birthday a St Patrlclcs party as guests of the Beaver Falls Club a
mnnstrel show by the Glrl Reserve alumni, and the annual May Day exercuses and In
stallatlon ceremon1es,whlch brought the year to a close
Other contrlbutlng factors were the Grrl Reserve Orchestra, the I'lonor Roll of
those who learned the code, slogan and song the wearnng of the blue scarls, the
rnslgnra of the orgamzatuon, and the worlc of Mass Carter, our sponsor
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The New Brlghton l-ll Y Club elected the following officers for the vear 1934
Vice President CHARLES FQX
Secretary DQNALD KRATZERT
Treasurer HOMER HAARBAUER
Early an the year the Club enjoyed a covered dlsh dinner at the Y M C A
Another event well attended was a slcatung party at Evans Cnty
On December 7 8 9 1934 nineteen members of the Club attended the Qlder
Boys Conference held at Bradford Pennsylvanla Many new Ideas were brought
baclc by the delegates
A joxnt slcatmg party under the auspices of the l-ll Y and Phy Chem Clubs was
held March Q7 at Evans Cnty
Plans were made to hold a dance in the Gymnasium on May 31 1935
Durrng the year several members of the faculty have glven Interesting tallcs at our
Much of the success of our Club this year IS due to Mr Boyd and Mr Anthony
our faculty advisers and Mr McCullough of the Y M C A
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president .............,.................... DALE KAUFMAN
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After makrng Its fnrst public appearance at the New Brighton Bessemer Football
game the New Brighton l-llgh school Band played at all the football and basketball
games lts appearance has been greatly Improved by the use of an American Flag and
a school flag made by the gurls In the band A movement to raise money for band
uniforms was started by the townspeople and our share In the campaign was the carry
Ing out of a house to house canvass for funds Although the band us not entered In
the Beaver County Music Contest thus year the members are practlcung falthfully ID
antlcrpatlon of the presentation of a concert ID the l-llgh School Auditorium rn May
Clarrnets Trombones Dorothy Calvln Horns
Floyd Dean Mel Martln HGVVY MCN225 B,ll Bennett
Madellne Eberle John Mathis Donald Power Don Parlqhlll
Steve Korrcansky Milton Schaffel D0VOfl'1Y Cldlfe EYUCVY B,ll H-ft
D'Cl4 Provence Trumpets and Cornets Saxophone, Vlrgrnla Kell
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Rjt,jGUj'SO g3ndSDffjY Mary Ellen May O U C OWU
John l'l'Cl42Y Ellsworth Dunn Jack Jdvens Percussmn
JOGMCWNCY lrene Kirchner ?IlldLdrf-cziriillr Jack McDonald
Grace MCDGWQI Charles Fox Y 6 l-larry Cater
AVlC'8lW D'Clf Bull Martin Basses Duck Chaney
Baritone Joe Peluso Clarence Koah Bull Marr
Herbert Saul Jim Stern Robert Baker Bobby Smith
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capable leadershlp of Mr Anthony It has greatly Increased ID size over last years
orchestra The hrst appearance thas year was at a P T A meeting In the gymnasium
Since then It has played at the Senior class play the .lunror class play the Junior
Women s Club play Marianne and the operetta Bits O Blarney given by the
Mixed Chorus This year has proved to be very successful and prohtable and the
members wrll look baclc on It s vvorlc vvlth great pleasure and pride The members of
thus organlzatuon are
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Kaufman the Mixed Chorus had a very successful season producing an operetta
rendering several chapel programs partlcxpatlng IU a number of church services and
oresentlno on several occasions an old Fashioned song lest and slnglng at Baccalaureate
and Commencement Always the enthusiasm ol the group overcame all obstacles
Qlllcers ol the chorus were Dale Kaufman President Jane Steele Secretary and
Madeline Venock and Beverly Brandt Librarians
Sopranos Altos Tenors
Ruth De Vnnney
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The Safety Patrol IS made up of a group of young men chosen from the Junnor and
Sensor classes In recognltlon of their outstandang character and ablllty to accept re
The purpose ol thus organlzatlon ns to safeguard the school and communnty from
tralhc accndents and to set examples rn leadershlp and good cltlzenshlp
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llwe pliv Clwem Cluo is mace up ol a group ol students lrom tlwe plivsics and Cnemistrv
classes interested in learning more in time lield ol science
llie club was lirst organized in i933 i934 lor tlie purpose ol bringing before tlie
students nevv developments ol science vvlwicli are impossible to present in tlwe class room
lo lullll tlwis purpose spealcers vvlwo are specialists in their particular Fields are tnrouglwt
p lore tlwe club to present tlie latest developments and advancements in tlwe world ol
Since tlwe organization ol tliis club tlne students lwave slwovvn an increasing amount
ol interest in matters ol scientilic researcli From suclw groups ol students will come our
l-lQlVlEl2 HAARBAUER president
lXfll.l.lfANlVl YQUNG Vice president
DQROTI-W l-lll.L Secretary
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Ruth Allender Reglna Crumrxne Mary Kovach Helen Householder Nell
Blbbee Carollne Cozlov Annetta Moore Helen Godlevvsltl Helen Greer
Evelyn Givens Dorothy Mae James Gazella futato Mlss Lols Gul s
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Mabel Kester Vxola Mahon Dorothy Gruber Arllne Klrshner Grace Mc
Dansel Ruth Bush Allce Householder Mlldred Hllberg Elizabeth Henn
Elenor FISCUS Ger rude Dixon Vnrglnla K ster Harrlet Hall
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Valda Anthony Charlotte McComb Geraldlne Abend Marv Kotoff Allce
Coolf Kathenne Cook Mildred Halre Dorothy Daugherty Sara Lovve Ruth
Harman Evelyn Gvvllllam Lots Hllberg Betty Altmeyer Gloria Klear
Fourth Row Left to Rlghtx
Robson Hornby Dale Kaufman Stella Davns Mary Brookhart Francrs Knrght
Betty Brgley John Havls Harry Cater Joel Chaney Harold fleeson
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Marguerite lhomas Alma Rowell Kathryne Bellan June Funlchouser Anna
FlanIcl4 Ruth Anderson Adallne DeMarco Lrlllan Muller Dorothea Boggs
Anna Barloch Mrrnam Myers Betty Hogue Eleanor Sheets
Second Rovv Left to Rnght
Mabel VQIOCR Catherune Peters Charolotte Van Arsdale Gladys Smith
Jean Reed Gertrude Sager Faye Rnchardson Stella Ruff Ann Narvette lrene
Shafer Ethel Ward
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Mary Wrnterburn Betty Wolfe Helen Sprnnser Helen Vestrocy Dorothy
Wolfe lfstella Wise Vlrgunla VQIOCK Came Wise Jane Steele Opal Reed
Jeane Reese Anna Rlassmeyer
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Edna Mae Quinn Jean Schaney Veletta Rhodes Msldred Reutter Qpal
Rhodes Evelyn VZIOCR Martha Welsh Mary Smith Ruth Rogers Betty Ann
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Mr James H Kelly Wlllldm Ruff Ross Anderson Albert Ron ner Robert
Marshal George Brandt John McElroy Wnlluam Shafer
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The Beta Gamma Biology Club has enjoyed a very successful year, havlng had an Increase In
membership, and a number of Interesting and lnstructlve meetings The members acted as hosts on two
occaslons flrst, to the Beaver Falls Biology Club, and second, to the parents and friends of the club
Under the faculty advlser Mr Taylor, the following officers have served during the year 1934 1935
President, Merrltt Carson, Vice Presldent, Dorothy Hull Secretary, Jean Mennel, Treasurer, Mar
Ellen May Reporter, Ruth Lonlcert
The club consists of the following members
Collar Ada Loulse
Frethy Elnnor Mae
Funk Doroth Mae
Hazen Anna Louise
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Karr Mary Ellen
May Mary Ellen
Mc owan Norman
Moore Susan Ellen
Neese Mary ane
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promote an Interest an readnng has had a very successful year
Two benehts have been sponsored by the Library Club the proceeds to be used
In buying new boolcs for the Library and IH getting old boolcs rebound
The monthly meetings of this group are always lnterestlng from a literary and social
The ollncers and members of the club are
Mano e Co nor
Be erly Brandt
.lea e Pro a
Ma lor e Walker
Esther Krat ert
Madel ne Veloclc
Eluzabeth Marqu s
Marga et Marquis
Mary AI ce Con or
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During the year 1934 T935 the Senior Class presented four literary programs
which due to the untiring erforts ol Miss Carter who was our adviser the Program
Committee the oliicer and the members ol the Class oi 35 were excellent Much
oi the talent of the eniors along the lines oi art music and public speaking vvas
amply displayed The outstanding Literary Program featured an original play original
short stories and essays original music and original drawings which were on display
baclc oi the lootlights
The programs for the first semester were in charge oi Walter Coss President
Merritt Carson Vice president lsodeen Veioclc Secretary and led Muivvit Marshal
The programs lor the second semester vvere capably handled by Bob Bingham
president l-lomer l-laarbauer Vice president Evelyn Givens Secretary and Steve
Radatovitch Marshal Upon leaving high school our class may loolc baclc with pride
on its showing in the Literary field
Some very interesting literary programs were presented during the year 1934 1935
by the Class of 1936
Shortly alter the Juniors had resumed their duties they met for the purpose oi
choosing capable literary officers. Those who served the First semesterwere: Homer
Duey president- Richard Felton Vice president' Jean Mennel Secretary- and William
Ludwig, Marshal. During the second semester we chose George Kredel President-
William Bennett Vice President- Faye Richardson Secretary- and Julius Laposld
We vvish to thanl4 all those vvho vvorlced to mal4e our programs interesting.
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During the past year the Sophomore Class presented many novel and interesting
literary programs under the capable supervision ol Miss Grimes our adviser and our
program committee An example ol their ingeniity was the Sophomore Qrchestra a
successful organization ol which the class was very proud Also, the class enjoyed
a play entitled Not Such A Goose Then too we had two spirited debates
several orations essays Floor tallqs and extemporaneous speeches With the support
of all our teachers it is little wonder that the Sophomore literary programs ranlted
among the best both intellectually and entertainingly in the school The olhcers elected
lor the First semester were president Christian Weeher Vice President Kenneth
Thomas Secretary Betty Marquis, and Marshal Anthony Laposlci Those elected lor
the second semester were President, Mike Kunilt Vice President, Arline Kirschner
Secretary Ruth Gillespie and Marshal Joe peluso
Freshman Literary Society
We the class ol 38 decided to begin our 1934 1935 tour in a new Ford V 8
with the appropriate title, Freshman Literary Society We are now ready to start
our initial tour toward Success But tnelore we could be on our way, we had to have
a driver with necessary equipment We the passengers ol the Literary elected as
driver Ursula Smith- as co-driver paul Wise, as speedometer Betty Austin' and as
tnralces, Dale Rinehart.
It soon came time to elect a new driver and assistants. This time the passengers
elected as driver Dolores Weidman, as co-driver Billy Marr, as speedometer Janet
Yeager' and as brakes, Edward Laposlci.
Ol course the passengers of the "Literary" supplied all the entertainment necessary
in our tours along the l-lighway ol Success.
So from now on- Watch the Freshmen Go By.
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Qur Literary teams this year have successfully maintained the high standards set up
by former representatives of New Brighton High School
Gerson Schahfel our extempore spealcer who was coached by Miss Carter suc
ceeded in winning First place in the county contests for the last three years He had as
his subject this year A New Leisure He departs from the halls of New Brighton
High School this year with the Class of 35
Qur orator Franlc Elverson captured first place in the county contest with a hne
original oration A Great American a eulogy developing the lite ol Robert E Lee
To Mr Autenreith who coached Franlc we give credit for his contributions to the
success of our orator.
ln the Qratorical Declamation Contest our representative was Richard Felton, who
succeeded in talcing second place with his speech entitled "Men of Salt." To Miss
Sutton goes the credit for Richards training. Since Richard has another year in school,
we wish him luck in the future.
Kathryn Musiclc, our contestant in the Poetry Reading Contest, toolc First place in
the county contests. Kathryn, who also departs with the Class of '35, delivered a cut-
ting lrom "Morte d'Arthur" by Tennyson, entitled "The Reclaiming of Excalibur."
Miss Sutton, who is an excellent declaimer, deserves credit for her Fine coaching of
Kathryn. Kathryn also toolc First place in the state contest.
Qur debate teams participated in three double debates this year. ln our compe-
tition with Ambridge, Monaca, and Beaver Falls, we won four ol the six debates. The
negative team was composed ol lsodeen Veioclc, ,35, Wilfred Hazen, '36, and Homer
Haarbauer, alternate, '35, while the affirmative team had as its members Stella Davis, '35,
Montgomery Ropovic, '36, and Herman Moore, alternate, '36. The coaches for debate
were Miss Lytle and Mr. King, who deserve much credit for their Fine worlc.
New Brighton High School was represented in the music contests this year by
William Martin who entered the trumpet solo contest, and Jeane Harris, who entered
the piano contest. William, who played "Stars in a Velvety Sky" by Clark, and usere-
naden by Schubert, was accompanied by Agnes Wallis and toolc first place. Jeane, who
played "Polonaises, C- Minor" Chopin and "Second Arabesquen Debussy, toolc
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Boys Physical Director and
Assistant fkthletrc Coach
Girls Physrcal Director
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Nr l-lender deserves a lot oi credit It is luis job to teaclw tlwe boys tneir First les
sons in football or baslcetball l-le teaclwes tlwem tl'1e fundamentals necessary lor good
team play He coaclwes tlwe reserve football team and tlwe reserve and Freslwmen basl4et
ball teams so l'11s vvorlf is muclw more importan tlwan it appears
l-le is patient and tlworouglw in lwis vvorl4 -l-l'1ISVVdS6SD6CIdllV noticeable when tlwe basket
ball team was in a slump l-le continued to WOFl4VVItl1 tlie team trying to eliminate
iaults and to brealc bad l'1dbIfS oi tlwe team members l-le did not lose patience vvlwen
important games were lost but ratlwer vvorl4ed all tlwe lwarder l-lis football team was
one of tlie Finest in tlwe district l-le came out to practice every niglit vvitlw sometlwlng
new to slwovv tlwe team This IS Mr Roarks iiltlw successlul year l'1ere llne sclwool
greatly appreciates tlwe untirlng ellorts ol tliese two men
Miss Moore is tlwe girls Dl'1YSlCdllDStl'UCfOV Slwe lwas a large part In preparing tlwe
plwyslcal exlwibltlon. Most ol tlie practicing by tl'1e girls is done alter sclwool vvbiclw
means extra Worlc for Miss Moore. This vvorlc is revvarded lwovvever by tl'1e Fine
demonstrations vvliiclw tlie girls give in tlwe exlwibitions. llwis year Miss Moore started
a lwomefroom Jolley-ball tournament lor tlwe girls vvbiclw vvas very succe,slull.
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The 1934 edrtlon of New Brighton Hugh School football teams had a very
ful season The varsity lost two games one to Butler In our first game away from home
and one to Ambrldge who took second place In class A of the W P l A L ln the
Ambrldge game the team was wlthln the ten yard llne twice but failed to malce a
The team defeated lts two oldest rlvals Rochester and Beaver Falls Accordung to
Rochester fans this IS the hrst time we have beaten Rochester twice In succession
Closing the season the team defeated Beaver Falls at Reeves Stadium By a score of
'l4 7 This was the fourth football victory over Beaver Falls ID the flve years that Mr
Roarlc has coached here
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The team started the season right by defeating a strong alumni crew by a score ol
i3-O Qne touchdown resulted lrom a pass and the other from a drive ol nearly the
entire length ol the held
New Brighton O Butler TQ
Butler s center brolce through our line and blocked two of our punts These led
directly to the only touchdowns ol the game Qur t am out gained Butler but was
unable to score
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Ambrldge again defeated New Brighton They scored on a forty yard run alter
a reverse play Qur team was in pay dirt three times but two incompleted passes
spoiled our chances to score
New Brighton T9 Bessemer O
With frequent substitutions the team easily out gained a scrappy Bessemer team
to take a i9 O decision
New Brighton 19 Rochester O
Qur team was again in lront by a score ol 19 O The second team played almost
hall the game
New Brighton O Midland O
Playing in a sea ol mud Brighton battled Midland to a scoreless tie Our team
had the ball on the two yard line when the game ended
New Brighton Q8 Beaver O
Uur second team played the whole second hall as Beaver was subdued by a
score of 2843
New Brighton 13 Ellwood City 6
The team outplayed Ellwood City the whole game but alter our last score one ol
Ellwood s hall baclcs returned our kick otl to a touchdown and Ellwood s only score
New Brighton E25 Monaca O
Again the First and second teams each played a hall and each scored two touch
downs against a well drilled Monaca eleven.
New Brighton i4 Beaver Falls 7
For the lourth time in live years our team deleated Beaver Falls at Reeves Stadium
on lhanlcsgiving Day. Under line generalship by the quarterbaclc our team scored
twice. The team had patiently practiced a series ol plays all during Football season.
The series was used several times in the Beaver Falls game and when the linal play was
used it resulted in a touchdown. Beaver Falls scored alter a series ol passes in the
closing minutes ol the game but it was too late to do any real damage.
The reserves maintained the record ol last years reserves who won all ol their
games. This years 'dav-Vees defeated East Liverpool and Midland and played a
scoreless tie with Rochester. These boys deserve a lot ol credit lor their pluck and
were a great help in preparing the varsity lor games. Since nineteen members ol the
varsity squad will not return next year, the task ol upholding the Fine records ol the
past years will fall upon the reserves.
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started the season well Just before the Fnrst Beaver Falls game our team was nn lnrst
place nn the sectnon At that ponnt however the team entered a had slump from whnch
nt never recovered l-lowever many .lunnors got valuable expernence whnch wnll
beneht them next year and perhaps wnn the sectnon lor New Brnghton
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ser e baslcetball l'le was a consistent scorer and played a steady
lhls was Sayre s hrst year as a varsity player ldle played hne
basl4etball however and although not exceptionally tall got the trp
ID the malorlty ol games
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led has completed two years ol varsrty ball When put into the
game he always seemed to add SDIFIL to the team l-le well surely be
Ed was lreouently called upon to relieve Jlggs Hrs short
shots mad hum a valuable asset to the squad l-lls loul shootlng also
Mel was another player who gave valuable servrce when called
upon l-lls speed made htm an exceedingly dllFlCUlL man to guard
Raul was handrcapped toward the end ol the season by slclfness
l-le was an accurate shot and was always good lor pornts when he was
Bob was successlul ID being on the varslty lor two years l-lrs
spectacular brand ol ball and his ablllty IU shootrng and passnng will
be greatly mlssed by next years varsity
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.loe IS one ol the three Juniors on the squad l-l s clever passlng
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and long shots made htm an exceedingly valuable player
Mel was also on the hrst team this year l-lls worl4 under the
baslcet was a prominent factor ID the team s play
While George was not a regular this year he played In almost
every game l-lls lrglrt and speed helped the team to many vlctorles
The experlence he gained thus year wlll undoubtedly malce hum one
ol the section s leadrng players next year
Qur Pxhletrc Managers surely deserve commendatlon Although their worl4
goes annotlced It IS ol great Importance to the Coaches and the teams as a whole At
each game they distribute the necessary supplies and equipment
We e tend to the managers and therr assistants oar appre latlor and the credit
whlcn lS cue them IU thelr worlc lor tnexr respectxve teams
Football CLARENCE KNAUEE
Basketball HERBERT SAUL
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snows a majority ol victories vvlnicli is particularly commendable since tliey used a
number ol cillerent styles ol play llwis group is made up ol Sopliomores and ,luniors
Boys from tlwis group will mal4e up tlie varsity next year and tlwe experience vvliicli tliey
received on tl'ie reserves will greatly improve tlieir play
Wlien prospective basltetball players enter liiglw scliool tlweir First experience is
obtained on tlie Freshmen team llwis group practices regularly under Mr l-leider
lliey learn to play togetlier as a team instead ol as individuals llne Freslwmen team tliis
year vvon tlwree games and lost tliree
For tlie lirst time tlwis year our lwigli sclwool was represented in tlwe W l3 l A L
gymnastic meet Qur team was composed ol Jolwn Craig Jaclt Sclwaiclw Walter Coss
and James Lytle Qur team vvas successlul in talung lourtli place against very still
Pliysical Exliibit on
Eaclw year tlie students under tlie direction ol Miss Moore and lvlr. l-leider give
a plwysical exlwibition lor tlie scliool and tlie townspeople. llne exliibition slnovvs tlie
vvorl4 vvliicli is done in gym classes tlirougliout tlne year and also some advanced vvorlc
vvlwiclw is tauglit alter scliool. llwis demonstration lias in past years been very successlul.
llwis exlwibition sliovvs tlne results ol tlie patient worlt ol our gym teacliers lVliss lVloore
and Mr. l-leider,
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School started with no casualties except the absence ol halr and the en
eral rutlled appearance ot the Ereshmen
The Seniors very sedately toolt thenr seats In the center sectnon It toolf
three years to earn them
The novelty begrns to wear olf
We had our hrst slnglng lesson on the Ship ol Songs
The lnbrary was opened today Go over and get acquaunted wuth our new
librarian Miss Boylln
Not quite so many Freshmen got lost In the halls today
Drd you hear that no1se7 That was just the band organlzxng
First vacation Dnsmlssed at 3 T5
Lungs exercised at the hrst Mixed Chorus meeting
No chapel except for the Freshmen
Girl Reserves and the l-ll Y began their social career on the same nlght
A good sign
Elrst appearance of new cheer leaders l.1l4ethem7
Defeated by Butler
The hrst public appearance of the orchestra was at P T A meeting
The boys got out the elghth period Now l aslc you IS that lair to the gurls7
Chapel for Juniors only
Goh' lt s our turn now
Qnly eight months to go
Dale is elected presldent of our class again Good luclc Dale you II need nt
Beware ol bug cltles and heed Dltmore the ex gangster He Seems to lcnow
his way about
Aren t you scared? First report cards
Keepers of the candy stand were selected
Show your talents and try out lor the play
Mr Hart told us how to beat Bessemer
Dldn t Mr l-lull loolc scared? l-le had to talte charge of chapel
Freshmen elected literary olhcers It s about trme they had some prlvuleges
around here so they say
The band presented a banner to the I-hgh School The gurls ol the band
sewed It It proves gurls are useful
l wonder who the fullbaclc was who wrote such a nlce note Some of
you boys should talte lessons from hum
Mr Taylor drd a pretty good job ol beatlng Rochester
Blue Monday especsally lor Joe Crede Elrst Mr Anthony pxclced
hlm and then Mr Summers the magician
Where do you want your pscture taken? Sensors voted on the question
It Mr Anthonys performance IS any rndlcatlon ol hls abllnty he should malce
a good cheerleader
Juniors presented their talents IH their hrst lxterary
We have a vacation but goody teachers had to go to school
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The l-l1Y had a slcatln party last night which might 7 account for the
sleepy faces this morning
lda Geer Weller was guest of the Girl Reserves Good music is always
welcome and we hope she will come baclc again
A beautiful Christmas carol service under the direction of Mr Anthony
was presented at PT A Another tvpe of program we always welcome
Did you ltnow we had a good loolcing class? If you don t believe it loolc
at their pictures which have just been finished
Vacation begins tomorrow l hope Santa Claus is good to you
Baclc again for the daily routine
Reverend Williams very ably toolc charge of chapel
Qur defeat of New Castle raised our standing quite a bit
Literary officers chosen for the second semester to continue our fine literary
Butler defeated us but don t be blue the team did their best
The drive for band uniforms goes on with the l.lttle German Band
managed to hold their own
Our debaters were chosen to argue whether we shall have federal control
of education What s the difference, we still have to go to school?
lied with Butler for first place
Girl Reserves and Hi Y combined for an interesting meeting in more ways
Now we re in first place l-lere s hoping we stay there
Never mind we Il get Beaver Falls vet lt was a moral victory at any rate
American Legion' we thank you We Il soon get those uniforms if this
The .luniors are a very amusing class if their play is any indication of their
The Band members did their but for their uniforms by paradlng on Third
By the way have you contributed to the band uniform fund?
The Freshmen class at last has a word to say rn class election
The second semester began today That malces four months to go
The Juniors put their Boomer over with a bang
Juniors put on a literary
The Debaters argued with Coraopolis in a no decision debate Valuable
Mr Mclxlitt doesnt seem to lilce nlclcnames Reference Mary Alice
l-lunter and Ann Narvette
The Girl Reserves presented a program by their own members .lane Steele
sang Civil War songs and we certainly enjoyed the whole program
Valentine day Did you buy your girl a valentine?
Senior election for dedication, class poet, prophet, historian, and writer
of the will Mr I-lull seems to be the popular man
Bud Carson is minus some teeth What s your alibi Bud a door?
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A rather disappointed crowd left the game it ended in a scoreless tue
My how time flies' The second month has gone by already
Pirates goblins and spirits and even Popeye who won a prize were at
the Girl Reserve Halloween dance
A most efficient Alaurum staff was chosen 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
Who wrote the teachers speeches? Ask Mr Hill he knows But who
Every one crammed for those examinations today Does it pay?
l ll bet Beaver was disappointed when we won the game
Mr Lyons took charge of chapel We were very glad to have him
Have you bought your ticket to the Senior class play?
Elrst Alaurum staff meeting Wouldn t Mr Nlclxlitt be surprised If we all
Mr King almost wore out the stage in his footlight parade
Examination day again l hope our gloomy laces arent reflected in the
camera for this is the day we get our pictures taken
Mr King succeeded In defeating Ellwood
Commercial club was organized for the coming year
Ann Narvette has quite a reputation as giggling Gertie Ask her to
ive you a demonstration
heme and colors were chosen for this masterpiece Alaurum
Mr Kelly in preparation for tomorrow s game used some big words
Have you noticed the shining faces of the Seniors lately they re getting
their pictures taken
Mr Boyd and Reverend Bermon spoke to us breaking the usual monotony
of chapel Mr Boyd had a speech prepared but the men teachers took
his notes and he forgot his speech Was that fair7
The first Senior class play The Charming lntruder was a huge success
Pep meeting The dead are awakened
Are you going to college girls? The girls got out the fifth period the
boys had to attend classes to hear Miss Richies of Goucher College.
Mr. Autenreith and Mr. Roark shared honors in chapel. Better hurry up
and get your chrysanthemums in Room 4.
We defeated our time-honored enemy by a score of '14-7.
Don't forget the work of the stand committee. They sold everything they
could and ate everything they couldnt. l don't suppose many of them ate
a Thanksgiving dinner.
Football boys displayed their oratorical powers in chapel. They seem to
be able to play football better than they can speak.
Are you wearing a red cross button?
Parents visiting day. You had better know your lessons.
Bits of Blarney took honors this week. lll bet you didnt know that
some of the cast knew how to sing, especially Bob Bingham,
What four blondes and one red head were late one morning?
The men teachers unscrambled after roughly celebrating Mr. l-leider's
A new hero for the girls to admire. Julius Laposki was chosen captain
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Because of the loyal support of the Alumni of the New Brighton High School we
the class of nineteen thirty five wish to extend our appreciation to them Many a gala
affair has been enjoyed among which was Included a boat ride down the Ohio on
the Steamer Washington which embarlced with a thousand of the New Brighton s
younger set ready for a good time a dance and a card party held at the Greystone
Gardens with some two hundred in attendance The favors and awards were donated
by the local merchants A Christmas Dance was held on December E28 1934 ID the
gymnasium Another dance was held on the fifteenth of March In the Dawes gym for
the benefit of the High School Band This dance also proved a delightful affair having
nearly one hundred couples In attendance
Another affair that will be remembered was the reunion at Edgewood on June
8 1934 Following the picnic supper dancing mushball and other sports were en
joyed During the business meeting the following officers were chosen for the ensuing
MRS HARRY GARMEN President
RALPH BENNETT First Vice President
J RAYMOND WARREN Second Vice president
HELEN AEGETTER Secretary and Treasurer
Alumni Editors for school publication
MRS. CHARLES H. KENNEDY
MRS. CARQLINE McMAHON
M . ARTHUR MARTSOLF
A spring program of social events will climax the program for the anniversary
celebration of the New Brighton High School Alumni. A dance a spring boat ride
on May Q7 1935 and various other events wi'l be held with the proceeds being
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turned over to a lund lor redecorating and providing new scenery lor the stage Q
April 4 the class of 1934 voted to use their bank balance to purchase the gray drops
for the new scenery The association is also revising a complete alumni directory which
will include the names ol all members of the association and their present addresses
along with a historical sketch of the association Chester Lewis of Beaver Falls is com
piling the l-llstory ol the New Brighton Alumni A copy ol this book can be ob
tained lor SS 50 The hrst class graduated from New Brighton l-ligh School in 1877
The Alumni association was organized ID1885 with Miss Mayme Loveless president
and Miss Mary Coventry Secretary The organization is governed by by laws and
includes the elective olhcers and Five appointed members
Did You Know That
A New Brighton student learned Spanish at 74 years ot age
The First dancing school in New Brighton was held in the second story ol the
Cunningham store building which was later occupied by the Keg Works
The First school book came by slow freight over the mountains from Florida
The First borough officers were elected in the school house June 8 T838
A school teacher introduced the wearing ol the crinoline hoop skirts the
streets of New Brighton.
Stephen Collins Foster s sister was a New Brighton student.
New Brighton had public schools before it was incorporated.
Elemena Townsend was First to teach in New Brighton in a private school in 1837.
Qak l-lill received its name from a beautiful grove ol oaks that surrounded Ken-
wood School for boys 1885 the brick structure now a part ol the Beaver Valley
Gratorical Contests for Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Qhio were won by
New Brighton students in 1907 1908 'l909fl'hompson Bradshaw Miss Margaret
Bell, and Raymond Kennedy respectively.
"Crimson and Gold," monthly publication, was Founded in 1908 and discon-
tinued in 1932.
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necessary If you are to succeed In business
What are they dad?
Honesty and sagaclty
What IS honesty?
Always no matter what happens or how adversely It may allect you always
lceep your word once you have gjven It
Never grve It
The weather prophet had just been arrested and the judges Fine was Fave o
lars hne, and jaul untll tomorrow morning
As the prisoner was led away, he sand Just as l expected ljne today and cooler
Ann Narvette was polong at something with a stlclc In the grass Oh Motherl
Here s a llttle green snalce
l-ler mother busy with a new novel In the porch swung answered Keep away
from nt, darling It mrght be just as dangerous as a rlpe one
A professor at the University ol Southern California recently gave an unusually
long assignment to his class One of the students an a djsgusted voice sand Who
Invented vvorlc any way?
The professor replied, You should worry You II never lnfrlnge on hjs patent
The Teacher was trying to get her class to understand something about the ether
What Ig It that pervades the stellar universe, something which no wall or door can
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Fjrst Farmer Whjch IS correct A hen IS slttlng or a hen js settxng7
Second Farmer l don t lcnow and l don t care All I bother about js when she
caclcles js she laying or ns she lying?
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