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

 - Class of 1946

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H155 rl Dmzseurs TI-IE ALAUIQUIVI "Alaurum" 'lille custom ol IJLllJltSllillQ an annual was 1-stalmlislieml lry llw New ljmrigliton Higli Scliool Class ol 1925. From tlme many litlvs sulmmittvct lmy tlic stafl tlle namc nAlauruin" was rlxosen. It was alnly sugfgvstetl lay Etlnet ilqlmompson, a memlx-r ol tlme Class ol '23, wllo was llle Pclitor of tllc lvirsl yvarlaoolc. ,lille worcl HAlaurum.H now no longer in Common usage. was louncl frequently in tlw olcl editions ol Slialiespearean plays. The term was appliecl to a roll ol trumpets or an alarm announring tlmc approaclw of an im- portant pe-rsonage. The title is incleecl appropriate to our yearlmoole lmevause our 'AAlaurumU lwralcls a pululication important to lmotlx liiglu svliool sluclent lmocly ancl tlw scsliool patrons. Contents DEDICATION ADMINISTRATION FACULTY SNAPSI-IOTS SENIORS JUNIORS SOPI-IOMORES FRESI-IMEN ALAURUM STAFF CRIMSON 84 GOLD STAFF GIRL RESERVES I-II-Y CI-IEERLEADERS O. A. A. LIBRARY CLUB MUSIC SCIENCE CLUB STAND COMMITTEE ALUMNI SPORTS JUNIOR I-IIOI-I CALENDAR DEDICATION Wilh our heads humbly bowed in reverence we dedicale The "Alaurum" ol I94o To lhose qraduales of New Briqhlon High School who have parlicipaled in World War ll lhal we miqhl Qohlihue lo live under a Flaq ol Freedom. -I- X To The Class o 046D As llu' limi- lor your grauluulion flruws Il0ill'. you urv malaing plains lor lilo llulurc. Sonic oi' you will conliuuc your vclufulion: many ol! you will immccliulz-ly luke your plum' in llic worlc ol ilu' worlcl. To you xyllo lmyo prcpurvml yoursvlvvs wcll mul lmyv sc-l lor your- sclvvs purlirulur olmjvrlives. lili' grew-I1 ligflil ol oppor- lunily is Slliliiilg uml lime liigliwuy ilil0ilLl looms lmroeul uncl inviling. For llxose Wim arc- uncle-finlccl ol' llu' pulllway lo clioosv. more prcpurulion muy lu- rvquirvcl lmclore you ran pull oul onlo lim main iliQilNYHy ol lilk-. in sfiiolursliip. zxllllelifs. aml musif you i1iIVC nuulc un envialmle rccorrl in lxlew Briglilon Higli Svliool ol! wllicli you muy lx- justly proucl. lwiy vurnesl clesirv is llml your lulurv zu'liic-vcmcnl llc grvnlvr llmn nnylliing you liave afliivyccl in lime past. l Gxlvml lo Pauli ol you my sincere good wislles for a long, lmppy, and success- ful life. Eimusr B. NICNITT The School Board IOSICPII SAIABIONIQ Svcrvlury .X. 5. XYUOIJ VV. NY. Nh-IJANIQI. r . ll'I'5llll'lIl UR. I.. IS. MIl.l.l IC Vive-presirlvrll M. I'. IJUNKTAN 'rcusurvr Y. YI Jl 'Nfl ,l. D, BRl'liAKl-QR R. B. IgBIzRl.L J I l'WI iS'I' IS. MCNIT' w K, ff fx J W wrinlvmfrfnl of S K CJRKXN. 5 ll: n ,III I XY.f3,l1.S. ' , 0 ,Q , - f ff gf m.,ffA'- .fm ,V V ." 1 .X ,W 9. ,iw f ' f- . PAUL N. HAMILTUN, MA Avlrng lJl'Hll'lIJlll of N. H. H. S I I OWU INYI OR NIIQI ipfl FACULTY l 'lu llw lzwlllly llilS lwvn givvn llu' gjrvul lnslx ol pr:-'luring llmc sluclc-nls lor lllcir lilcls worli, ln limes l I lilir' llwsc- lllis lzlsli is mullipliml many limvs. 0. llu' Cllzxss ol' I0-IO, arf- Qrulvlul lor llme palionrv nncl unflcr- slnmling' ol lllc lilflllly ol Nvw ljrighlon lligll SCl700l. + I , 5 , 1 U Social Subjects CCJUCH. VlRGINlAg,l5.S. in lfclucnlion . . . . , . . , . . . . . fu-llvxn K ullvgv . . . , , . , . . . . , l nlxvrsxlx' ul xluluuun Hislury mul Public Spvuking ,Uuururn Advisor' MIILIZR, MELVIN A. ........ ---A.B. . . . , . . , , . . . , . 1-sllnlnfh-r f num-nw f'xlll0FfCflll History Pmfzfvnws of Dvrnmvrcu'y funior Cxfass Advisor lIiAY Arluisor Sl llil AR, IfI,IZAI3l,f'l'l I ,.,, , .,,,,Hs, A,I5, . . . . . . . . , . . . . fu-:lm-xqfullvgv Pvnnsylvmlia Hislol'3' Businoss Arillzrnelic' Sopfzonmrv Liierary IJIIIVII ,QUUIHS .g'U,J0l'l7iSUl l'AXlN'I'liR. IELTRTON ......., AB.. Nl X . .,.......... C . ......... lvniu-mils . . W.. l,!'llIlNV'l'lllllll IIISIOVV. C H7118 UARBIEN. ANNA JANE .... . ...,. . . Ij4'llllSYlYklIlIml . . ,Uuqu , . . . . . . . lmu-r-:lx l,l'U1ll!'HlS of I,f'HlOt'l'lll'j' -3, V Narfjlllglgk. RAN A., A.l5.. N , . . . . . . . . . . l'l1ivm'I'sily W . , . . SPIIIOI' fxIIl0l'H'llll HlSflJl'y' W- . f HH1 s A 1 Full ul I ullxlmr I BA. in 1 CDH ull lvnix r l l l'ilIJfur In I AX Ph I7 1 u x full ol Pfllslmur I J M athematics and Science BRANT, CONSTANCE. Q --,----,---M--------B.S. in llcluvnlnon . ....... lllihilllil Sluts: Vlwl'illIK'l'S' Cullcgz- Clmrnislry. Physics. Biology Girl Reserve Advisor. Scionvo Club Assl. CAMPBEI QI .. ANNA MARY ....... AB. . . . . . . . . . . , . . clrflvc' fvilv Cvnllvlfv Biology and General Scivncv Soiomvv Club Aclvisor HOPKINS, ROGER .... ......... A B. . . . . , . . . . . . . , , C:f'HI'Yil CNOHOQC' . . . . . . . . . , . LIHIVCTSITY nl Illlsluurgll lfnglish, 1VlCLtll.,Gl7lflliCS Iunior Class Social Arluisor VVICKS, PARKE IX'IRS.-PJ.S. in Ecluvnlion fn-nc-van f un:-go Cmwrul Svivm 0 HILL, RICHARD .....-..... BS., MEJ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . frrovv Cily Collvgfv , .....,.... Univx-rsily or Pillsllurglu fVlall1cmzu,lifs Svnior Floss Arfnisor MILLER. IBHTTY .................. UA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Us-nr-vu fiulla-gr . . . . . . , . . . . l'niw'rsily ul fxlvxico Algelnra TRITSCHI ER, MARTHA ......... HA. . . . . . . . . . , I'rnl1syIvaxl1ian Slnlv c'.,ll.-Q0 :'Wc4lf1ernaIics TAYl.f3R, I,l,OYD---l5.S.. TW, Eclllraiion . . . . . . . . . . . , XN,ilyllPSIlIll'Q CYOIIPQQ' v. . 3. . . . . , . . . . . . lfnlvvrszly nl Illlslrurgll Chemistry Slum! Comnxillov Afll7iSl1l Sr'ivrn"0 Cwhll! Assislnnl Commercial BREEN, BETVVY ...... HS. in Commerce . . . . . . . . . . . cil'0VlT . . , , . CIPHK Cily folic -v n C oiim-gr' ...,...,. ..Qniumi lliIlIVllIY Business Arilfmwlic Fresiunfln Social Arivisor .qII0l'ill!lIHI. Cimnnwrviui l.nnv NJ, CTROCOTT. NANCY. . -, 1- 's Subjects HECKWIAN. EVA .... BS. in Cornlnerrf- Siioriianri I. Typing II f-row' f ily Q ull:-Uv iiusirmss xvriiing mul Spviiing SHAFFER, 1-015 ..... BS. in Commerce -----,-,B,S. in BusinessXAciminislrnlion ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . , . . . . .i., . Cu-in-vufuila v . . ,. . ...... ,... X lnlvvrsllv ni I lllsirur In Booieiermping. 'l'3-piilgxji J Senior Soriui Aciniqtxn' X v HAI AMA. MARC ZARET. ----------s---------iJD.S. in i-ciuc'uli , ....... lllilillllil illlll' viivmln-rs' full: Typing. Rooieievvping fionsnmvr Sviviivv, Suivsmunsiiip fi. A. ixSSiS!fllIi Ailnism' Iunior Business Training Simrilmnrii I, Typing I SIIEEHAN. ROBERT. ----,---B.S. in Business fnnior Business Training lSl'0IIOHlil' fivoggrupizv flruw' 1 IIN' fniir-urn . ,- Aciminislralion . fu-nm-vu foil:-qv English and Language RIPPER, INIARCARIYI' ...,., ,-NIS.. MA . , . . . . . . . . . . iL4'lH'X'il cilinlffl . . . . . . , . . . . k. Xlhlmllx-Iuxlu fqullc-LH l:l'l'lH'lI, lfllqfisln I.Y'I'l.li. lf'I'IHil. .... A ...,.,g., NH cl1'I1C'Yd c UIIVQ4' ' ' ' " I. . . . , , I mu-rfllv ul llllflmru l.ulin CZTZARY. ANNA --- .,,g-,,,,.g AB . , . . , . , . clL'l11'Xnl CEIHVQ1 .qpunisfs DUN! IAM, ,lUl.lE'l"I'F ,g......7g.. AB . . . . . . . . . . . . . c1l'lH'Yll CRIHVQ4' Englislz f I:l'1'SlIlIHlll l.ilm'm'v l'I4fX'I"lf VlRC1INlfX--, .... DMA IS Qlt'llK'YiI QN4 Il , ,. . . , . . . . lxnnu-rsllx nl Illlsl I l'1lIfllfSlIIll.lX, C',XR'l'lfR. MIRIANI ,,.A ISS. in lzdum . , . . . . , . . . . . . . cll'l1I'Yi! cxl lfngfisfz IV, Svnior lilvrury YIOPINSON. HlfT'l'Y .7,g....,,,.... 1 - ..,.....,... . c1L'lH'Xll ci! ffngfisll II fwl'iHlS0ll mul Chili, Arlffisul' TI IC JM.gXS. ,IEANE ..,. ......., . R Oberlin f all Q ffrz,gli,slr,, Business Yvriling llllll Spelling CWNIIISKHI um' Golf! Arflfism' ' -. XB Special Subjects llfMl'l.lf'l'ON, BIQXRIJXN. FUFNIQ. 'IVAXN -,,---,, ,.,, IS. S. in Pulmlir Svlmol NIKISH' -------'V - I"'1""Qi'N "I M"J"' I ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ""li""" 5"""vI"'1""""' 4A"H'9" Allllllllll Arla ixvzf Cwlmrus. Cwoforvrf fwlmrzu f rrulc' Sriram, fxluxic' T'RfX'VI', MIlDREl3-l5.S, in .Xrl Ifflumli W ........ I.1l1nlmrn Flnh- I4-.ulwlx full VILNIINCZ. RICIIARD ,, , HS. in Music . . . . . . . Imliulln sinh' 'lmuullr-rs' KH,Il.-gp . . . . . . . , , . lvnivr-reilx mr' Nliclliukull lgllllll. cJl'l'lll'Sll'll. CHIJS' CNIIOVHS Nl'-1 N1 ' ID Q- owl - , , , """"'M' " " "" lecmex.car-.cJRc1L-,x.rs.,M.1.,I1Im f.1i , . , . , . . . . , . . . , VJ4'll1.n1y full . . . . , . . . , . . lvniu-rsilx ul' Pill-lm I HOURS, HELEN ,,,,,, HS. in IZJLIKYIHOIT plwgipul Edurmion HOUIIII . . . . . Sfippvry Rmlx Shale- ,I'r'.nl1z'rs' full:-Q44 ' 5 , l X 4 W W fgrzsleeffmll-fioolImll f Ollfll Pluysivuf I1fIlll'UHOH. Cll'H!'l'lIl 5K'il'lllt f fx. .xlIl'iS0l' ,...... in IVilllIl'iIHl I1 lg CW ...,.... Nlillvrnillc- Null- lwmlmm full . . , , . . . Imlianlm Slash' rlvaullvrs' fxullvgv I-fb,-up-ian llfplplfr iifljllfjllll I.i1Jl'lll'AV CTIHII XXIIIUSOI' School Secretaries 'I'I IUMPSUN. MII .DREU Sm'I'1'lury In lxiffvill M,wlDONAI.lD, MARY l.OlJ Sm'rr'lrlrx' lu lxlr. Humillml L 1 ll ll Just Pals STUDENTS Now llml ilu- rurluin Ixus In-4-11 ruism-ml llil an :lux ex, ull sluclvnls musl prcpanrv lfue-:msc-Iva-s for llxe pa Hwy are ulmoul lu play. No mullvr lmw small llw pa lx. il lulws Qrvul pre-purzllion. lor ilu' SIIIIIPIIIQ of influx mlll' lllt' lPilClf'I'S ol IUIIIOITUNY. -L 1 r M THE GRADS Peace, Triumphant! Look up, look np, all ye who jighl ln yuflly 'Il,'flfI'S.l Look up fo Him who knows no hafe. Who mouwrn,.s the spill of 7Jreezfon.s blood. Who holclcth in His hands fhe gniflance of your fale. For He ln grief has seen yozm' hair' and rwarzirre yrouy' His being lnc'ompa,ssecl lore Tofz1'a'rrl men for whom He gow' His Ilifo, While you ye! fed your greod, noi l'ZI'!'Cll?'l,!l hlm above. The grim wffzllfy of wav' .sfrncflr .svldfl and hard. You cmefl in fem' fo Him on high. He hloawl, your plea and sawerl yom' land. Nona' peace appears and low '1'elarn.s io earth anal sky So pravfso your God lhaz' this nmy he ihaz' Iwlessvd lime When lnsffnl greed of men may cease, That once again, the ufovld may smile, That now and eizermoro will reign fwlzunphanl. Peace GAYNELLE BAILEY L l .If JI IN fl IOGIUI I IJJXYID XY.-X'I'I'S If IAN ISIQFI RIVI MRD SCI IRANIA IJFUSIIIUIII vin- IDFUSIIIUIII Sr-1 rviury Tn-4lsili'er . . . . Our Road of Education . . . . FIRST MILE No maller wI1aI roule an person lakes on IIN- Highway oi I.iI'e. IIN- Iirsl miie is IIN- inosl cIiIIieuII. IIN- Qiass OI I040 was nO exeeplion I0 II1is wc-II Icnown ruIe. flur inucIcIy rO2NIwa1sIJy no means sparse-Iy IiIIecI wiII1 IIN- ruls OI ignoranee OI II1e IIIPFIIIIIIISITI OI I1i,qIi seI1OOI. However. XYIICII we sIumIuIecI. we aIways QOI up smiiing. Cyur amimilion was Io sI1ow our If-IIow Iraveiers IIIKI our guicIes, IIN- mernIN-rs OI IIN- IaeuIIy. II1aI we were noI quillers. Vyfe wisI1erI aIso Io prove II1aI our presence wouIcI sIreng1IImen, raII1er IINN1 weaken. IIN- Common INNNI. IIN- I1ij1Ii sm'I1oOI. SO on aiNI on II1rougI1 III? morning rain ancI IIN- IrezN'IN-rous IIIIIQI we pusIN-II. eonslanliy IN-f-ping our eyes On IIN- IJCIIIIIIIIIII RainIJOw OI UpperCIassmensI1ip ZIIICIIKI. SECOND MILE AI Iasl we sI1efI our I'iIII'II'0i1IS and Iwools. II seeml-II queer aI Iirsl IO I4-ave slN'I1 IailIlIuI IYIPIICIS ImeI1iiNI. Now we were on IIN- unIrouIJIecI Iand OI IIN- XX'orIcI OI I,Ipperc'Iassmen. How grown-up we Irie-II Io IN-. IXIoreover. we were given IIN- I-I1aiN'e Io prove wI1aI QOOII avlors we were in IIN- II1ree OIIC-EIVI pIays given rIurinQ our sopI1ornore Iiours. XVI- I1aIIN-II in IIN- giory of IIN- awe IN-IQI Ior us Ivy IIN- new Ireslwmen wI1o were wearing our easI-OII Ixad wc-aII1er logs QIIKI IocIcIIing II1rougI1 IIN- same sIOrm we INNI PI1C0llIlI6fClI just a miIe INN'Ic. AIIIIOLIQII our way was easier. IIN- sun INNI noI yeI cIriecI all IIN? inucI pucIcIIes. Vve IaIrOrecI even more cIiIiQenIIy Io aIIain our j1OaI. Ifagz-rIy we waIeIN-II IIN- sun as iI rose sIOwIy Io ils nOonIicIe pc-aI4 wIiicI1 NYOIIICI mark IIN- PIIKI OI IIN- Iirsl INIII OI our journey. TIIIRID BIII.Ii I'Iow wOrNIerIuI IINE IN-aI OI IIN- aivlernoon sun IeIII I'IOw prouri we were IO Iyasic in iIs glori- ous raysI Aiong III? wayside we c'Inose a cIeIigI1IIuIIy cooI spot IO give vent Io II1is Ier-Iing in our junior cIass pIay. Xve I3eIieve IIN- rest reIresIxecI everyone, Having once more resumed our journey. we INN1I a spring in our sIep wI1iL'I1 is IypicaI OnIy OI II1ose who are swinging aIong II1e I1igI1way singing a song of supreme Iiappiness. As the n1inuIes passed one Ivy one. we- IN-Caine more and more eonIIcIenI II1aI the CIass OI H400 wouIcI Ile a group IIIEII wouIfI. eiII1er c'OIIeeIiveIy Or in- cIivicIuaIIy. IN: I1eIcI in esleem. Very IainIIy in II1e disIam'e couIcI Ive ss-en IIN- frossroacls wI1ere we wouIcI eve-nIuaIIy IvicI Iarewr-II Io CEIFII oII1er. FOURTH M I LE I:inaIIy we were Iraveiing merriiy aIonQ II1e Senior Super I'IiQI1way IinecI wiII1 Irees Iuearing IruiIs-priviieges wI1ieI1 oniy seniors may enjoy. XVI- were perrnillc-II Io I1uiIcI, IIxis Iime. Iwo slages Ior IIN- presenIaIion OI our c'Iass piays. HciI00LI-IIYCSH Iac-gan Io Iake II1e piace OI II1e HI1eIIosH OI our IresInnen I1ours. XX-Ie Caine CIOs:-r ZIIICI I'IOser IO II1e CIIKI OI' our cIay Iogf-II1er. Xve Iurned arouncI Io Iaiie one IasI IOOIQ on Our Ieiiow IraveIers as a wI1OIeg II1en we sang our IasI song' IogeII1er, HAUICI Lang Sync-.H BeI1irNI was a spIencIid sunsel c'IOsing a CI1apIer wI1iCI1 wouIcI ine read and reread in days Io Come. AIN-:NI was a rnagniIicenI sunrise Imeeiioning I-ac'Ii OI us wiII1 its Iiery Iingers OI promise IO Iake Iris respeclive paII1 inlo II1e Fulure. - -n-1-o-r-s Q RALPII ASl'IliNI'5ALlC-ll Uflslf' "XYl1at nl it if lie likes :i premk? Wie like liim luts' 'tu lie quite Irzuily. Iirmkkr-I-ping fqnursf- luuior Prmvui fmumitteey Literary I'mgrams I, II: Class Plziys ll, III: Ili-Y ll, Ill, IY, lffmtllall III, IYQ Ilzislietlmll I. , fJ,,f . M,-"ffU'I'lIUAYN1-lI.I.I1IlAILIiY "flrlyn "SclinIzirsl1ip, iumlesty- :tml sincerity are her attributes." I lussiful Q ours:- KQ, A. A. I, II, 111, IV, Ilirl lie- serves 11, Ill, IV, liirls' tlliurus I, II, Mixed Vliorus IV, .luuior Serve xce C'orps I, II, III: Supliimuwe Class Play Stuileut Ilirectnrg Literary II, III, IYQ llziss Play IY. I5 IZTTY ISAU M 'tlivlly' "lfrieuslly,jrzitieut, always liiurl Auotlier like Iier ls Iizirtl tn hurl." c IIISSICZII C IHIYSC' Ilzmcl l, II, III, 1Yg 4'lmrus 1, Il: ,luiuur Servife Corps I, II: Literziry I,l'1IjI1'3Illh I, Il, III, IV, Orchestra I, ll, Ill, IV, lllimlwesteru Ilaml III, Girl Reserves ll, Ill, IV, Il. A. A. I, II, IV: Alaurum Staff. GIZRTRUDI1 ISI-IC-l.I-IY Hlqlllllu 's tlie lxiiul of a girl full like In see Pretty, gi'z1ceiiil,l1ap1yy, ziucl free." flonimcrcial Course Il, A. A. I, 1II, IV: Girl Reserves II, 111, IY, Senior Stand Committee. JUAN BEST ufounivn "Sweet personality, Ifull ufi'a!4C21IIty." A OIIIIIHVTIEII c0llI'St' liirls' llmrus I, Hg Mixed Clinrus Ill, Literary 1, 11, Literary Utlicer II, G, A. A. IQ, 11, Ill, IV, Girl Re- serves 11, Ill, IV: Library Club Ig ,luuior Nurses' Corps 11, 111, Crim- sun arid linlrl Staff: Vluuior Prom llimmitteeg Vlass Utlicer IV. IQARI. AI l'I'I'lNRIfI'l'II Hflnln "Artistic, trieuilly. :seuerfuus :mil lyiml' IzzarlueverlatlstuspealxI1i51111mI," Sri:-nlilim' c10I.lI'Sf' lliiss I'I:iys II, Ill: Hi-Y II, III, 1X3 Ifuutliall III, IY. JOIIN :miami i'lIlIIJI'I'H "IIis lximwlembre iucreases Ilziy Ivy nifty Aiul uever seems tu Imle ztwziyf' C IEISSIUII 1 Ullrsl' Xllxetl fluvrus I, II, III, IY: Small Clifvir I, II, llnulile Mixeil Quartet III, IY3 I.iterz1ry I'rugrzuus I, ll, Ill, IV: Literziry Ultieer III: Vlass Illlifcr I: Midwestern II, Ill, IYQ Hi-Y Il, III, IYL Alaurum Stall. JUAN I5I'.IgGLl: Ulu.. "Neyer quiet, uever still. Always g'iggli1ig,g'igg'le slie will." Srivulilii clnursf' Iitllsi t'lif-rus I, II, Ill: fllilss Play Il, Ill, Iiirl Reserve UIIICEI' IY, Il. A. A. I, ll, III, IV: Iiirl Reserves ll, III, IV, l'rum Uiiiiixiitlec. NAIIILL MARIAN IlIiI'l'SK'lI .IIAlflIYl'lU "She luis ei must zippealiiig xxzuxe Wily' - A blue makes si rruziriug lut ui every play. .v Nivnlilif' fuurse Ili:-ls' llwrus IV: fliapel I'iJlllisI. IY: llziss Play II: Literary I, Il, Ill, IY. CARI. I5Il.I.lG ufinu USIIIIIIIILL :uul lizippy :mil zilxxfny s guy Yuu liuil limi tlizit way every il:iy." CECIICIYII c10Ul'SC Suplimiinre tflztss Playg l.iterziry 1, ll IX' , . X .V I II . -e-n-1- --Ir'-,s Q I5LX'LRl.X' ANN ISLINN "lit-ft" "Un I1everIy the nmst 4IllI.5I.2llItIIlIg thi1l1.:' 'l'hn'iI tingei, Ielt hand, hcl' engage- IlIt'llll'Il1j1.II C vt'll1'IklI cIIt'l'I1 'II KIHLIFSK' ti. .X. .X, II, III,'IX': fiir-I Referxcs II, III, IX 1 ,Iunn-y Service Curita: I ilemrx I JAINII'b HUXYSILR n'IlIl'IIl'X'-- ".X fine cretltt to the l'i'i111+.n11 antl tmItI, Succefs in hix life he'II alwaya ImItI," St it'llIiIit Xiultrsc' Lilaas I'lay III, Iftrt1lIJ:iII III, IX'. CLARA I5RAl 'GI I I.I'QR nRusIy" " Iii cr r-ttniiuux, eher tlimi-glittll-In lIIlll1llEigCliI I' cu ll " QNOIIIIIIUI' iaI Cinurw F I li. .X. A. I, , II, Y, Iiirl If werrex II, III, Xi' I . Il: Mixed ' N II: Lite r I'rtv- grain III. I IXIARIAN ISRUSS IHUIS "Quiet, gentle, meek is she: Never L'Iianges what the CIITUIII- wtance be." cVK'Ill'I'klI Lllllfhl' Ruin-:RTA BYI-QRI.lL "IIe1'cKtq: I 1 girl ii t lliCIZI5h1 XX c'rc wish I4 wuccev tv thu Iaaff "I mf' Illllllfl' ilI . ala cl CUIIYSK' CIO Ilantl I , III: ti. A. .X. 1,ll, III, IX'1 tii Ileacrses Il, III, IY. Iil,I'IiII IHILAAI HRIIIIIWII IAQ: IatlI1It1I,evc'l' true 5I1eI1aspi-twetl lrneI1Inc," XIHIIIIIIPH IIII Xillufil' ti. A. .X. Il, NARIAN HRANIYI' ".AIrlriufl" "A wlenin girl with Inu ni NIJII, Her every duty she'II IuItiII." F: ivnIiIit. Cioursc iIl'llu ' 'kv n ', tw'1"e,IiltIe xtar. Im- se knm t1at's wha 'tPll1ll'6.I X .II N BRAUN tx fimnilmrt iaI fimtrsc ti, A, A, I, II, III, IX', Iiirl Re- serves II, III, IX'2 IiirIs' l'ImrUS IX'1 Literary II. I5 IQTTY IH I RNS Hlfluvlsivil - V ff! ,,. "IIIIverxm1Ic'tI2tX'tvE4I1rIC w1II Nay -L ' Y'-4 II 1-nlv all girl, hatl het U ' winning' way." IIuuIiIw0ping1 Cours:- Iateiaii IX , tnrl Rc-erves II, III. IX'g ti: .X. ,X. I, II, III, IX': Stand ltrninnttce IX'g Iiirla' Chtn'us I. ILLMIER C, CALVIN HXX'iIIis" "May the light :II this never grow 'Inn' f "Musical talent wa: IQQIIX gift lu hint." fl0lN'I'nI cfIl'FIlilI Ltvllrsl' Hand 1. II, III, IV, Orchestra II, III, IX': Midwestern Ilanil II, III, IX' III X' III IX' . - , , f OC!! 'c Z I , v VJ!-7,-QT--fi-+-Y!----.A - f - f fr- 1 I Q61 4 A-I Q! X1 1 X 1, . s ge n-1-o-r-s Q I jj, MW . RUTI I CAPU "R C' "Rnih's a very attractive niiss As one of our majimrettes slie'spriwe1l this." Conumorrial Course Majurette I, Il, III, IV: lX'Iix'ed fliurus IV: Iiirls' 'l'ri1iIe 'l'riu IV: fi. A. A. I, II, III, IV: Girl Re- serves ll, Ill, IV. liIilTll CARR lxlrmsc' "Wliat's wt-rk where pure fun is in mind?" cII'll1'filI KIOUTSC' i 1f....ii,fi1i infrvf rm.. I'lays ll, III. I 5 l ll!! XIJIIARIJAIS CLAPIE IIIIIIIILIIU "A great tm-inenter in all his classes, XX ith a smile for all he passes." f Sric-nlilii Course DONALD FRANCIS COA KLIZY 'JON "Tall and thin. he drives a car' I.et's hfwpe in life he will get far." Srivnliliic' Course Literary I, Iiimtlxall Reserves III: Ilaskethall II, III: Cllass I'Iays II, lll. VEDA IVIAE COUCH ncillflfllu "I"rienclly and ready for a good Iangh." Conimvrrial Course tl. A. A. I, ll, III, IV: Girls' Chorus I, II: Girl Reserves II, III, IV: Mixed Vhorus IV: Prom C'0nnnittee. CATIIILRINE MARIE CARR HCuIIiy" "Ilerl1vyal spirit gains her many friends." tI0lllIlK'l'CIilI SK'C'f'IilI'IiII CZOUTSK' Girls' Chorus IV: Literary I, Il, Ill: Class Play Usher III, IV. JOHN CIIOGICII JKIIOIILII "AvfimtbaIl player and lxig' athlete Whose game and enthusiasm c:un'l bel1eat." Scionlilifi Course flirwiis I, II, III, IV: Double Mixed Quartet III, IV: Midwestern Chorus ll, III: Literary I, II, III: Literary Olliver I, Class Officer III, IV: lfnntliall III, IV: Alaurnni Staff: Hi-Y II, III, IV. PAULINIQ CLYI7lf Hljollyu "Slick gut thqse sparkling eyes: Always snnlini: when she sighs." Classical Course Iland II, III, IV: llirls' Chorus I: Literary I,l'0fIl'2lIllS ll, IV: Girl Re' serves ll, lll, IV: Midwestern Ilaml III: fi, A. A. I, II, III, IV: Alanr- nni Staff: Junior Service Corps Il, III: flass I'lay IIYUIIIIVICI' IV. JOAN COU CII Ioan K, "A fricnil to yrru and a friend lu nie, 'l'liat's what Ioan will always be." Srienlilir flnursv Ilancl III, IV: Orehestra XIII, IV: Literary I, II: Class I'lay I'rompter II: Class Play Ill: fl. A. A. If II, Ill: fiirl Reserves II, III, IV: ,Inn- ior Service Corps I, II: l'rin1son N Hold Stall' Il, IV. JOHN CRAIG "B I" Ill 'Qlnlin dues his part, and does it well 1 I-Ic's won many friends: we wish hint well." Scicnlilic' Course Literary Program I, Basketball III, IV ,wi ' Q -e-n-1-o-r-s Q YI NCENT I'RAXVIflJRD HA'lIll4'l'H "In Iulurvslifer-l1e'IlItem:-Illet-eznn, Vause nun X nice I rziwlnrrl ls nn the I:e:xn1." Srivntilir flnursc llzunl I. ll, Ill, IV! llziskellnzill I, Il: Ifmvllmll I. II. Ill, IY. .IOIIN CUNNINGIIAN Ulflllvlllyn "ll:un1snever merinllf mn' Siill, llnl like the buy, we :Always will." Frivnliliz' flnursv llzunl IY, Literary l'rngrai114 II, III: Il-:uf llllticer Illg Ili-X Oflicer IX: Ili-X : Krnnsnn K Gnlil Stuff III, IY. IHAI,If If. DAVIS "flimsy" "XX'hen thix lu-y's nrmnnl, thingx :ne lmppy znnl gay: 'l'luw is because nf Ins winning way." S4 ivnlilii finursv Ili-Y II. Ill, IY: Sw-plimnwe Iluf- l'lvx lileinx IX' -L,fJf',1,, CATIILRlNli FAN' ILNLIQR IXuIv "Nl-1n:ilIerwlA1:Itshe Ntzirtj tu rlfvl 5he never hulx Irv1'2il'l'y it lIIl'nIlIlII." Stix-nlilis fluursv Literary Prngrznn Ill, G. A. A. I, II. III, IY: Girl Rewerves ll, III: G, A, A. labinel Ill. KATIIERINE IKNN FAIR A 'DUI' "'l'l ugh nut w slmrt. Sh ' our IJ .1iru't." . ,if v I l ' I . .. . 'nursi- Girls' ' is ll: " l'lmrus IY: I' s' 'I' ' ' erary l'r0- granis II, II 3 A. I, II, III, IY3 Girl Rese'v ' Il, IH, IV: Girl Reierve Ifnrn II IIUITHHIIIC6 III: .AILIUYIIIII St. ': flaw l'lay IY. C035 if j""? ' n Q fi 41,1 Viff NHRA I.0I' CROSSLI-IY .. , .. INUTU l.0'l "Quicl type hut sincere In her friends." ci0llIllll'rl inl CIIIUSK' 4.. A. A. I, II, III, IXQ lnrl Re- serves ll, III, IV: Girls' l'l1nrusIVg I.iterzu'y IV. ,- fm., ,,f,,f,,' I, I. ouscilnzun 2 'AUHSN 5 f, A Ji VN X B K , "A Ilniviry-pn-Ilicky lzul is hc." a, qi CIIIIIIIIIPFIIRII Iionrsc ,ff is -i . I ?'i4:'.f.,7f' V if NURINIA ITOXYNIW Urwrr' "Xnrnni Imwney's:1jully one Alnzuyf lziuglung mul tull nl lun." Sri:-nIiIir' fouru- Literzxry I I. I II 1 Snplunnm-e Clase Plays: Girl RexerveQ Il, III, IYQ G. A. A. I, IY: Class I'I:iy IV. I F ' f fff J :tu INCII J, ,' , ,nf g "l'I-egg' lineal, KYTMUJ znul zilile, Take the he-:ill HI Iife's grunt tzihle. ' ' ,UI si G, A, A. I, ll, llI,1Yg Stand ffun- mittee: ,Iuninr Nurse? . 2 5 ' Reaerief Il, III. IY. INIARGARET FASH 'AIAIurgvl' "Ili-iight blue eyes and sunny lurks. AAAS know she'll be rezuly when Cupiil knocks," Q UJlllllt'l'Ciill Q Hurst' Klixesl Chorus III: Hzirlnnny III: l,iterary III, G. A. A. I, ll,III,1Y1 Girl Reserves Il, III, IV: Alauruin Stuff: Iuninr Service Oil-ps II, III. MMI Lf 04 QM 1 W I , I 1 u . ,Q-M, , f - fe e I I 4. , I e'l1'l'O'l"S ' IJICLLA DONLILY I"UX H 1, Dell "Hella, nur petite -little lass, A Is v'ery pnpiilai' in Ille SCIIIUI' K lass." fimnrnvrrizil flnnrsc- llanll I, ll, Ill, IV, flass Ullicer It G. A. .-X. I, II, Ill, IV: Class Play L'mnn1itlees II, III: Girl Reserves Il, Ill, IV. URIS FRY 'lnoryu " izilvpy- 'u-lucky lass is she." cnli If Cours:- l.i rziry I, Il, Girl Reserve Ullicer IV, Girl Reserves Il, III, IV, G. A. A. , ll, Ill, IV, lunior flass l'lz1v' Suplimiinre Class I'l:ay, juninr Seri'- ice iurps I, II. 'LARA FUN KIlUl.lSliR Hijrzlevyu "C'l:u'a. 'illy and Cilarzi's lmminl, II slie was smaller, sl1e'cl lliszqwpezu' on 1-1 cloud." Commercial Course G. A. A. I, ll, III, IV, Girl Re- serves II, IV: Science Vlub IV, Stznul Cuniniittee IV. JI E 9 Gliuizoii UACIQSA . 'iMoIIy"' "ll isn't the wnrk that makes nie Irmvnf - ' It's just beginning it that gels me rImvn." Srienlilic Course Ilzuul I, II, III, IV, Orclieslru Ill, IV, Dance Orchestra Ill, IV. RALPI1 GALIDIO 'iGo0sre" "Ill-wt grezntimen-1u'e nlezul ZlIl1Illyllll.f, Anil I'in nut feeling well myself." Classical Course Literary Ollicer I, Hi-Y ll, III, IV, Stand Committee, 'Football Nlzniager I', Il, Sophomore Class I'lz1y. - GUS FRKUSIXA fins "A Iwrer nl idle lmurs." Smivnlilim. Course BILISSIIQ TAYLOR IJUNIQIIUUSILR "lim" "Nessie is zu lzxss will! bezinlilnl reil hair: I In nut sec lier snnling' is very, very rare." cIfIIlIIll!'l'C'IElI COLIFSK' G. A. A. I, ll, IV, Girl Reserves II, IV, Girls' flmriis II. NURINIA IRIiNl-Q I'4LlNIiII0USI.QR Hlilflfl-tie., "A smile, :L pun, AlllIlllE1l SIIEIS dune." clUIllIlll'l"lIZlI Course Girls' Ciliurns II, Mixed Clinrns III, IV: junior Service Corps I, II, III, Girl Reserves II, III, IV. DORIS .I EAN GARVI N Hnoclrrii "I"rienally sinile and liellring' l1unrl." flumnir-rciui Course G. A. A, I: Girl Reserves Il, III, IV, Girls' fliorus IV, Literary I, II, junior Service Corps I, II., BILL GEPHARDT Ufivppyil "You czin'1 be blue when IIilI's aruuncl, I'le'll chase your troubles In tlie gruninlf' Srim-nliliic Course Chorus I, II, III, Small Choir Il, Iunior Prom Committee, Band IV, Swing Orchestra HI, IV, Literary Programs I, II, III, IV, Class Olli- cer I, Class .Plays II, III, IV, .Xlauruni Stuff IV, Football Man- ager I, II: Basketball Manager I, Il, III, Miilwestern Hand IV. Q -e-n-L-o-r-s f ' A I lIljfI J J RUTII CUEIIRING MSIIOTIVII "SlllzllI :lllll denlllre, SIIICPY? :incl pure." Illllssil All flollrel- Mixell l'llllrlls I, II, III, IV: li. A. A. I, II, III, IV3 INIillwestern fillllfllh IV: flzlss I'lzly I'rllnlptel' IV: Ilullllle Mixell QIIZIVIEI III. IV: I.iter:lry I'l-nl urxlllls I, II, III, IV: 41, A. A. IIJIII- illel IV3 Iiirl Rr'r,el'veN Il, III, IV. AI.VI-QRTA ANNAISIil.I.li GRAHAM "lil-rIe" "Smiles at XYIIIIIEVSI' crllmea Ilel' p:llll." filmllnl-rl iall fwullrm- I., A, A. III: Mlrlx tllnlll. IX, IAC' K URISNIFK HIIII-ION "Speak gently, lleal' tezlcllers, .AIIKIKIISIIIVIJIIHIIIIS1Il't'IlIII.H Illllllllll-rl iall flullrel' XllTf'IIIiI.I. IIARTSIAN "Mirah" 'lwll' frielllls Ile'Il never IIIIVP tn ask." Sci:-nlilir Course- Ifmntllzlll I, II, III, IV, Ihnketllzlll I 3 I.ller:lry I, lllg Literary Ullicvl' Ilg SllpIlllllltll'e Plus, I'Izly. .IUIIN IIICKIQY MlIic'Iesl' AIIIPUII everyone Ile seems In beam, 'I Ile lllzlnager of our Imltlmll tezilll." KIUIICFZII CIIPFIVIII KIUIIFSI' Nl-ltllxlll IAIIIlIllj.l?I' IV. IZDRIIC LICIC COLDSMITH A'IflIrIiP Peay, "All gmul things onlne ill small pzlekzlg.5es." Sl il-llliliir CIOIIFSI' I.II?I'2ll'V I, II, Ilallll Il, III. IV, li. A. A. I, II, III, IV: Ilirl Re- servcw II. III, IVQ 12. A. A. Ulliver II, III, IV, gxlllllflllll Stilttq blllllilll' Ani'-ex lllrllx I, II. Lvffff DORIS IfI.AINIf CRI'fAVIiS "Mmleft Illlt Sincere tu all." Colllllll-rrizll Course ti, A. A. I, II, III, IV: Girl Re- ferven II, III, IV, Girls' IIIIUVIIS IV: Senitll' SIIIIIII Illllllllilteeg ,IlIllIHI' Sel v in- tlll-px I II III I.II.I.IAN IIADIJOX "I.llI" "Never cross :intl never sllzllllly, Alwzlys plezlsllllt and always Ilzlppy' S4 il-lltiliil, Course tl. A. A. I, II, III, IX, I.. A. A. Ullirel' I, II, III, IV, Iiirl New-rve4 II, III, IV. ,IANLT III-INRY lun 'flilllet Il:ls:lll:l1lpezlIilll.f way, Anil SSEIIIN inure rIl:ll'lnlllfr every lI'lv " ' Colnllll-rcial csUllI'SI'T Literzlry Unieer III, fi. A. A. I, II, III IV' G A 'X Uilminet IV' l'irl , , .Q . . Y. . Q . h ,- . Refervex II, IV: Stallll f.UI'l'lll1ltICCQ xlllnlill' I'rlvln IHIIIIIIIIIQEQ .AIHIIVIIIII Stall. lmxlzr lllCKsl.xN "link" "Light rar dark, short or tall, She Sets a sl1l'iligtosllzll'e them fill." CU1lllllK'TFIElI CIUIITSC Girls' Chflrlls I: G. A. A. I, Il, III, IV, flirl Referves ll, II, IV, F-tslnll lllllllllittee. I ll ,V ,ljf 5 II! 0 -, ez. lf. -ff J' ef X. is I t 'xj'J, . I i .5 cl' ' .I Y A Q -e-n-L-o-r-s Q ,uv 4.' RAY HODGF "Now" "Men --I few ivurils are the hest men." Ch-ru-ml Course Ilaseball III, IV, Ifimthall II, III, IV, Hi-Y II, III, IYg Hi-Y Utlicer III, IV. J 'BIi'I"I'Y JANE IIONVIQLL UB II. "Here is lletty withkthat shy smile, Nearly Iur a gmail time all the while." S1 ivntiliii: fuursv ti. A. A. I, Il, III, IV, Girl Re- serves II, Ill, IV, Ilirls' Cliorus IV, Alauruni Staff, I'rtnu foniniit- tee, Stand Unumitteeg Literary II, Class I'Iay IIYQ Iunior Nurses' I'-:rits II, III. BYRON J ACKSUN -IBLLIIII, " Better than hooks, he likes his sportsg Ilut least ui all, he wants reports." Stir-uliliim LIUIITSP fSun.i.Y MAI-1. xciisoisi "IVIoIly "Quiet, sedate, modes-t, and sweet 3 The kuuI of girl we like to meet." flnnunvrcial Course tiirls' l'luirus IV, Class I'lay Usher III IX' .1osi2PH JOIIN JUTIE uljlffjl "IfinfIs 'pleasure in whatever he aInes.' Srivntiliii' fluursr- IIIVY III. IY. ' RICHARD HOUSEHOLDER A'DitrIe" 'Ile seems In have nu cares ur woes, .Xnml takes lite as it cuiues atul g-ues." S4'Il'IlIiIIIC llnursv LILLIIiISIiI.L INlARIIi IIUTTON I,llll' A'I.iIlieheIl thinks she's in love'- Trnuhles in life she's lar ahrmvef' CIUIIIIIICUQIEII fuursv ti -X X I Il III, IV' Girl Res I A - A- I V , I serves II, III, IVg IIirIs'K'I1urus IV, Literary II. DONALD JAC IQSUN ..lm'k.. "Henee1Ieth not the pour aflvice of women." Sl'If'llIIIII4' Course Ili-Y II, III, IY. IiI.SIl-I JOAN .I USTI "L, C." 'Alu everything she :Ines her part, 'I'ImngIi lilsie's hest in sports antl ,.u dl I. cVltlllIlIlC'I'CIflI QIUIIFSC Literary II, G. A. A. I, II, III, IV, ti. A. A. l'aIJinet Illg Iiirl Reserves II, III, IV, Crimson auil Ilulrl Staff III, IV. J AMES KARTALIA Ilfinln "This buy when plays the bass Surely will give ltle a race." Iiaiul I, II, III, IVg Urchestra Ii, II, III, IV, Swing Orchestra II, III, Mitlwesteru Ilaiul II. Maxam JEAN KENNEDY Hkvlllllfllyil ".X girl wlmse hair is reml inilemlg She'lllielp1nusl anyone in neeilf' flulllnwrm inl clflllfil' liirl Reserves ll, III, lv. lllCl.l'IN KLllTKA i'Russiarlu "A very particular little ell Wliod hulls it hardest iw please her- sell." flunnm-raial Course San l"rancisCo 1, llg Class l'lay ll: Lilass Ollicer ll, Literary IYQ Majur- elle lll, IV: G. A. A. lll, 1Vgilirl Reserves lll, lv: fi. A. A. falriuet ll: L'rimsun and Hold Staff: Stansl fmiunitteeq Mixfml Clmrns ll, lYg liirls' thorns ll, IVQ l.ihrary flnh IY. .lilSlfI,lflNlf KOLTIAIR U10-. 'lf silence is guhlen, ym1're rich he- yrmcl words, F Fur seliluni is lt that your voife has he-en heard." flmnnwrmial Cnursv tiirls' liliurus l, ll, Ill, IYZ Hirl Reserves ll, IV: ll. A. A. l, ll, Ill, IYQ Literary l'rugrams ll, lll, IVQ .xlllllflllll Staff. RICHARD KRZFMINSKI "IM-lt" "ln lile,num1e will get in the way, Whether they mine, pw, or nleritlc lf: slay." fu-In-ral Q uursv MARGARET LAZAR Hlwurgivll "Another majfrrette is she-- Success ahead is what we see." cl0lIlllIl'l'Llill floursv Majurette lll, lVg Literary l, ll, Illg Snplinnmre Class l'layg G, A. A. lg Girl Reserves ll, lll, IY: .Xlanruni Staff: Senimr Literary Urli- verg Iunim' l'rhm tlmimitlee. Q - -n-1-o-r-s 0 EDXVARD KISIC "nl" "Ile reluctantly hrings his wi-rk each ilayl Anil hopes In the Unml lhal il will pay." S1 ivnlilit llmlrsv Ili-N Il, lll, IY. IJOROTIIY KUAII MDM" "Snnny hair, sunny fave, UIsamlllesstllereyUl1'll Iincl nw trace." fionnm-rmial Cluursm- liirls' t'horus ll, lllg Literary l'ra. grams ll, lllg ti. A. A. l, Il, lll, IYL liirl liescrres ll. lY. ZELKO JOHN KRUZIC All I .1 "He says 'll pays to have ymir fun: lwrr lnelure yml knlvw 1t,yuur lile is ls 1lU11e.' " brim-nlilic fluursc' Urchestra l, Ilg Literary l'mgranis lr ll, Ill, lYg fllilss Uihuer llg tlass l'lays ll, lll: Hi-Y Il, lll, IY3 l'rimsun anml finlml Stall' lll, IV. SYI 'IA K USNIR Uporlriyli "Her rerl hair goes nive with hlueg Ym1'll never hncl a pal more true." cf0lllIlN'l'fiiil CNUUTSQ' liirls' l'l1nr1ls IVQ ll. A. A. Ig fiirl Reserves All, III, lY3 l'rimsm1 aml liultl Slafl IYS Stanil t'f1n1iniltee, DAVID L1-LCN ER .A,,0ll.K"ll'5ll "Of happiness he spreads a ray Anil never tires of things tu say.' Sci:-nliliic fiuursv lianml- I1 Literary lg HiAY ll, lll, IY: liasltethall Manager l, Il, lll, IY. ,J udj: S :L fi. zf' ' ,I 3 Q er 1 r W . ., , Zi H ? w. My Ii2 , , ss7'f2:e l 5 X A ,B . -e-n-I ,, , K Y, , I I ,1 -J X ,J A MILDRED I.IiIM ER N Mlloolsl' "A-sweet rlispusitirmn, zi sunny smile, :mes lier Irienrlslnp u thing wwrlli while." cilDlllIllI'I'4 KIUIJTSI' Reserves II. Ill, lYg'l'riinsni1 :mil I ' ' IIJIS ANN IJNDNIIHR "Luis incleezl has a ple:is:1nt sniileg .know lier is a tl1ing'wrn'll1 while." Nil-nlilic lluursr' liirl Reserves IV: juniur Serviee llirps Ilg lfreeilrnn Iligli Srlinnl I. 12' mb 4, FAU I.INIf LUXVRY TQ Mpoliyn ffllgggnlnl delights in sunny purple." i i Q QIIIIIIICFCIHI LIOUFSI' . . ,iii ll, Ill, IVg fi. .X. A. S Iifirer III Girl Reserves llllieer ln, lv. X. . UIIN ROBERT LIIDXVIG 5 Uluclell "Quiet? XYell, XES, when he feels that wziyg lint slunt Innl yourself that I1e's su every il:iy." Gem-rul filvrirul flnursv DONALD R. DI' CULLUUGII . i'IVIui,IJ' "All the teachers will miss Don, I know, lfnr he delights in worrying tlieni so. " Connnm-rrinl Smtrvlnrial Cours:- lmillliull ll, Illg Ilziskellmll I. -o-r-s Q H IELEN l.li0 .iHC'If'll.. "l.uyzil, kinfl-l1ezn'tefI,honest :inll true Helpful, grziciui1s zinil never grmirliy ur lrlne." liinnnwrriail For elnrinl fours:- li. .X. A. I, Il, IVQ liirl Reserves IV' K rim 'un 'mil IUIIII 91'iIl IV . s . I . I . MARILYN LUNG "Miki-" "I'Iere's zi girl with eyes nf brnwn XYhuse lace will never shuw ai lrnwn." Slim-nliliil flnursm- lnlernrv lg I.. .X, A. I, Il, Ill, IY: liirl Reserves Ill, IY. I"lIYI.l,IS I.llf'I-.NTI7 wil" "Here is :I girl su liappy nnil gay 'I'h:il I know in the enal, she'll gn Il lin1g,lm1g way." lfoolilim-ping fours:- l,iler:iry I, Girls' C'Iiurns I, IYQ ll, A. A. I, II, Ill, IVg Girl Reserves II, III, IY: Slniul Vmliiiiillee IV. J RIITII IKIARCIQRY M' BRIIBI' UIQIIIIIIIFH "Reserved but really to enjoy Il gumml lzing'Ii." 41. A. A. I, ll, lu, ivy ui.-I Re- serves Il, Ill, IV: junior Serviee fnrps Ill: juni-ir Class I'l:ly: I.i- In"irv iilnli III RICHARD INIVCINNIS "Dick" "l,4nig before this lzlrl could walk I ilu believe that he l'4ll1ICltZlll'i.H Sui:-nlillirt Course Literziry I, II3 Class Uflicer I, IVQ Lilnss 'l'l1i?' ll: Hi-YQ lirinisrni :mil lnllll blah I, Il, III. 'Q a I ' w . -e-n-i-o-r-s Q -Mite yfffLxf'47I'1f'je N RIITII INICBIICIIAFL "Aim," 'A sense of Iummr mul the puwel' tw I:nu4I1," IIouIiIi1'c'pill5f tIIlllfSl' 2. .-X. .X. I, II,'III1 IV: liirl Ile- Nervev II, III, IX 3 I.1Iu':u'v Club III. GNVIZN 3III.I.IiR clII'K'll "A merry Iienrt mztketh Il CIieerIuI c-ui1iitemuiCe." QIIHIIIIIVYQ IIII cilillril' .ilernry Ilg llirI Nexerxe-. II, IY: Xlnurnni Stuff, DAVID INIOLDOVAN t'Iilu:" His nmttu ix: 'Take Iife :AS it Comes ziunl gnex' IIB zt pretty gm-:tl nwttu, in every- .Ine kiwws." iI4lIlIllIl'f'l'IItI Vmlrsc' Stage Krew Ill. PATRICIA IYIONVRY "Palsy" 'Hei'i11m.tIN remember quiet ways." cIIil4SICIlI fioursm- tt A. A, I, II, IV: liirl Reserves Il, III, IY1l'I:Au l'I1ty IY. CI IARLFS PFICIFIZR "rm," "A IitlIe nonsense nuw :uid then Is relished hy the Inest ul men. ' Smit-ntiIit Cuuryt- ml II, III, IY. ' ... fm, 4 "hr success Of the w ' I e NCY MARK IV f" . " "Here is 21. ' "ez I7 I i!! A P ' run , XYitIi CIQQQ vny nd ' Sric-nIiIic' Cours:- Iizuul I, II., III, IYQ I.iterzu'y I, II III, IXQ llztsf Uliieer II, IIlg IIirI Rcaerves Uttieer IVg Class. Playa II, III IY' G 'X 'X II, III IX" f'irI , ...... Reserves II, III, IY: lkiiiiiwii :intl 1iuI4I91'it't'I III IY .TAINIHS Ii. IYIITTNIQR 'ifilnn "'I'Ii0ugI1 quiet, I1e's full 11IjtmIIilty- ' .X Irien1IuftI1e very Ines! quality," fit-nt-ruI l'Ivrit :II fimlrw DOLORES IKIOORIZ 'illwn "She gives her Imest to every taskg XYIIHI more equltl any uf us ask ?" li. A. A. I, II, III, IV: llirl Re- herves II, III: Girls' l'Imrii5 IV' .Xlnuruin SIHIIL .Iunmr flnw I'I:ty. y MARY NOVOSICL lxmlilfyn :arg V May never :I tlnnpf Ii 1nar." C ummm-r1iuI Sm-rzn-Iurjni 1' I X . D STEPHEN IIILIGENIQ PONTI Ii HSIGUQH "IIe is quite the fellow un the foe!!! hall teznnw- I : 'Ili he an nrt director is Ins one g mIrezuu." S111-nliliift Course Nlivetl l'I1urus I, II, III, IYQ I'rcun tklnunittee III: junior KiI:t:N I'Iay . . . . ' v . ' - ' . .1n.1gei, AIIKIXICNICIII Himuf II IX , 1-wnmli I, II, ni, iv, sumti ami,- Ilg Iluulnle Mixed Quartet IV. f .'r' .- .., I I- 1 Q ,, A . Lum-, ...L . wc.. ,.1.m.....,....., .. ..- --YJ - w 70 X 'V ,A-I - A I 4' if Q I 'I J 1 e ,Me nw , , ,W Le, Q Q I-e-n-1-o-res iffyvfe ,Q , M- W--. .,-e-,-.-.-..---.. , , , I i - l I 14 X 1 X ' N XB r N' Xkgk Q -X .JJK ' it JOYCE POOLE A,,,.,f" "She's a IciiulAzm loving Chiltl, Iieueruus 4. :pint aml ul temper miliI." - flK'lll'I'iII ctIl"l'Il'ilI C:0Ul'S!' Mixeil CAIIHYIIS III, IV: Literary llg Ii. A, .V I, ll, Ill, IV: Iiirl Re- serves II, lll, IV. ICLSHC IQVELYN RIIZDIEI. "She is stumliuus and very briglitg 'l'huf m rlasf, she is always right." Illussiml Course Ii A. A. lg I-irl Reserves ll, Ill, IV, Mixetl lilumrus l, ll, lll, IV: Small flmir II, junior Quartet lllg Alaurum Stall IVQ Class l'lay liumpter II3 Class I'lav fnmmitlee WK !6AUIJRI'iY ROSIZ if Q I iiillirllvyii "She is quieIg her vvnrile are Iewv, Iiut her Il'lSlltI5lllll will remain true blue." flmmm-riial floursv Imlx J knelt Rosm "XVhy -4 mulsl he wmrryvor fret: Save fm' harcl knocks in fuutllall, lIe'll take what he gets," Srit-nIiIiti Course Liternry Hlllrer II3 vlrflfblllilll lll, IV. DIARYLOU READER Hlvlfllllltfi . "Her merry laugh :mtl pleasant ways XVIII make her luvefl in tuture days." Stiicnlilic Course Girls' Chorus ll, Mixed Clmrus Ill, IV, Literary 1, Il, lllg Il. A. A. I, ll, Ill, IVQ Girl Reserves Ofiicer lllg Il. A. A. Uflicer I, llg Iiirl Reserves ll, Ill, lVg juniur l'rum llsmmitteeg Crinxizmi aiul linlil Staff Ill, IV: flaws l'lay ll, IV. CITORCE ROBERTS UGvoryit'H "XVurcls never fail him, Svir-nliliitt Course- llaiul IV: Mixed Illlllflli Ill, IX. Cl I IQSTIER ROS!-ll! Hcfoorliuu "Tu wurry little, t0 stumly lessf- 'Il1at's IlIlCStEl'y5 ulea ul IIEIIIIPIIIYISXII , Y . Y In-nvral Qlcrual Course Flaw Ollicer lllg lfufxtluxll Ill, IV. :moms sA1,T7r:lz HLTIPIIIU "As merry as the clay in lung," Sficntiliic Course l.i1e.-:try il, lllg ts, Afyx. 1, ll, m, IV: Ii. .-X. A. llllieer IVQ Girl Re- serveg Il, Ill, IV. JOHN E. SAYRPI Cram SAUNDERS "I0lmny" "Son" "l'lezul pianist in our assembly hall, -al ' His one aim is to please to all." NE li "A mighty athlete he, . H Une of the best there ever will be. Scientific Comm , fic-m-ral Clerical Course Iizmce Orchestra Il, lll, IV, l.it- ' erary I'rngrams I, ll, III, IV: flass lfunlhall III, IV: 'lleaver Falls I, ll, Play III g fhapel Illkllllhl I, ll, Ill, IV. ' K Q - X t :za !-- w I il I 1 i Q - 1 - k MA , A A .J- I Girls' Churus I, Literary I, Ill: tl. X, A. I, ll, III, IV: Iiirl Reserves l'rmn l'ununittee: Fontlmll Manager ll, Ill, IV, l, ll: Iiasketbnll Il, Ill, IV: -luniur Vlass l'Iay. NVILLIAINI SCIIATZ , "RMI" moms JIQAN scyml Ile is knmvn lin' his tiery red hair, "Doris" X ,ll Ili-Y lll, IV: .kpullu High Stlmul I, -e-n-i-o- -iid EUGENE SCHAFFER NORliNli SCHAEFIQR ' ll Msln H HRt'llt'H . . , "lt you ever asked hun hed In-ulvalvly "Illue eyes, gulden hair: -say In ynn: A sunny smile, sweet but rare." lnne passes sn zxpfreenhly when theres nu work to du," clt'llI'lilI ciI0l'It'lI LIUIIYSU I cl?l"ll'l'ilI CUIIYSC' And alsu lor his nhility In always he I lair." "Here we have a friendly I' s, 5 'I' 'I'-I higher things s ' Ssivnlilic fonrst' Sc-an-Iurinl C II. RICIIARD I.I'iIi SCIIILXIWA TUNA li. SCIIXVARTZ "link" "'I'tmi" "ln all his classes he dues evcell: "She is very sensible, rlever, and In future life he will du well." sweet." Stir-nlilis fuursr Cllassitnl Coursv Literary lIl'UIIl'HlllS II, Ill, IV: frim- IQ, A, ,-X, 1, ll, Ill' ly: tgj,-I Re. sun and ti-wld Staff III, IV: Alauruln serves II, Ill, IV: Lihrary fluh I: Stud: ,luninr Class I'lay 5lan:ug'er: Stand lknnmittee: l'l'lss Play Vlass Utlicer IV. l'r-nnpter IV: Literary! HB4-9 141.51 S YVILLIAINI SFIIXVARTZ , ' - ' ,. It X Willy l1STllliR .1 Ui 1-. 5337? :ief X "L? x 'XVe know his smile will never lail, "S,.0Hi1,"x . ' Q .Xnd he certainly can make a sawn- x- plmne wall." "IXlusic'nIly talented and puts it tr 1sC.U Sfllfllllil CUUYSI' Stix-nlilia' Course- X , lulnimmr I'rmn ilrmnnnittee: .llancl III, tiirls! C1101-U5 I, ll, Ill, ly: S3uiALQ,, Il: Orchestra III, IN: lheerleader Standl'mnn1ittee' l'ha1we'l I'1ani,1l II, II. III, IV: IIHIICE UI'CI1ESll'2l"II, III. IV: Literary ll, IV: Midwestern IV: Literary I, ll, III: Hi-V II, Ill, l'llol'lls IV. IX. me are m:',i,7 V I 1 -r ! . ,rf V Vxjfsfgifv :rf ' 6 , z, Vg, ,S-f ,f V. K .M JEAN NIARILYN SIIAFFIZR , HlJllll'Ilit"I "Always cheerfulffnever sad, EDGAR 5HU'3U'5 . - A Iinr her singing keeps her glad." 'Xl ' k c'IaSSIuII hours? ere is a boy with lots of wit-- A A I lm. Hand I, Hy ul, ly: Orchestra 1' H' In lile's pattern he'lI always tit." III, IV: Girls' Chorus I: Mixed 1 , 1 "ft, Vhurus III, IV: Small Choir III, 5111-lllilic Cnurst- ' "-' ' I IV: Literary IIl'llgl'HHlS I, II, III, ' Q IV: juniur Service Corps I, II 5 flass K Ili-Y Ill, IV: l'rnns4+n :mt .1 ,EQ l'lnys ll, IV: Midwestern llancl Ill, Stall. V IV: Midwestern l'lmrus IV: ll. A. ,I Qgg- I .x. 1: ui.-1 Reserves 1' nl, IV: I .klzntrum Stall' IV: All-State flmrus YK' 1 I 1 M IV. X i J' wi x I I I - I - I - 1 - - ' I - - I - - - hx Q -e-n-L-o-r-s Q ' s 3fCffLa! I GLADYS KATHRYN SMITIYI USIIIIIIYH II you want it lHII"IIt7IIII look tml fur, Ifur herek zi swell :meg she's up In pair." N . Y Cfmnnu-rm ull fnursc Iiiterriry I'rugr:nn I, I.iln':1ry lfluli Xl JIZAN SMITH 5 Hsmiflyu "Quiet, gentle, meek is she, Nu matter what the Cll'CI1I'lInl1lllFl' 1 . i Q,0llllll4'l'4I2II I UIITSP INIYRUN SNOXVDITN mlvooln "XYe think hiin shy when in class, lint uh you should see him with his lass." Sciclilillicg Course I.itcr:1ry II, IITUIII l'u1nniiIlee. 'f If PAUL SPICKIZRMAN ..Fm.. "I-Ie never seems tu he out of trouble-- He makes your cures vanish like :I bubble." cIf'lICI"I'lI CIOIIFSC I'riinsnn :intl liolcl Staff III, IV. STEEL USIPHIH round girl with an :III ronn4I snulef' Scicnlihc Course Girl Reserves II, lIIg Mixed tflmrus I, II, III, Girls' Clmrus IV: ,IIlI'IIflI' Service Corps I, II. - - 1 JACQUELINE SMITH Im'Ieiv "Quiet ways and zi rezuly smile. Iiternzil hrightness :ill the while." KIUIIIIIIOFITIZII LIUIITSI' tilrls llumrus II, IV. DURUTIIY IVI AY SNUNVDIZINI HD t.. 0 ".XIw:iys lends zi helping hand." 1 , w I mnimfrrml I ours:- Ii. .X. .X. Ig Iiirl Reserves II. ROBERT TOXVNSFND SNONVDEN HBQIJI' UIJZHIHIIS when the wnrlil Izlupghs with him." Civncrzul fnursv WINNIE STANEART Xvinnivn "She's easy to remen1her- She is I1a1'CIei'toIoi'get.I' Scientific Course Ilirls' Chorus 'II', I.iter:u'y I, II, IV: ll. A. A. I, 11, Ill, IV: Girl Re- serves II, III, IV: junior Nurses' Corps I, Ilg Class I'l:ty IJITJHIDICI' II. IVIARY JANE STIRLING HBUICIIH "IVithnut our "Butch" life would he tlreziry C Of her tine company, we never grim' weary." Scfienliiiic Cours:- ti. A. A. Oillrer III, IV, fi. A. ,-X. I, II, III, IV5 fiirl Reserves II, III, IV 0 -e-n-i-o-r-s Q nAx'iw1uNn s'l'muau "My" 'Silence IQ gnlilen, su they say-f Mere wt-mls tl+fn't megan nnicli may - way." clullllllvrt lzll fluufst' JOY IQLHANUR TIIOMAS mlluvninyil "Small :it fight, A Stuilmns und Ill'ljJIlI.l' tlUllllIIt'I'kIllI clUllfSl' Jmnis Louis 'i'uuMnm'ic ul,IllllIIl'SU "i'heerInlness always tn inipzirt, Always :-ure In do Ins 11:u't." cl0IllIlIK'I'tIilI Course IIARULIJ VUGILL I "lI. V." "Hzn'olrI is at btw with nnisiczil talent Suulinus, liappfyziml always gallant." - Sricnlilif, Cours:- lluncl I, ll, III, IV: Ureliestra I ll e O I t I I I II , Ill, IV: Ilant' rc ies ra , IV: l.ite1'zxry lg Class Plays Il, Ill IY: Hi-Y II, III, IV: I'run1 Coin mittee: I-Ii-Y Cunlerence III. .I UI IN VU KICII Ufolunnyu "The world is my friend." fI1'Ill'l'ilI C0lIfSl' I mm 1'AuuAm' "l' I" . XM "Ile :tlwayh wears II silly griiiff Mzniy IYICIILIB-IICIS li1iuntItuwin," Srii-nlllic' flnnrst- land I, Il, III. RICIIARIJ TIIUMAS f u,J0llLlII0H "t If all the fellows that we know, I'm1cliu'stl1em1e to make things gn. Qu-in-rnl I nursi- VRANK ll. URSIIJA HC-IPIIOH 'Willy slwnlml I work Illltllly? l'nI rztther 1-penal llly tune wine wthei' way." c0llllIIt'l'flilI C OUTSI' linulbnll Ig llzisketlmll I, Il. LUUIS NICHOLAS VRANA I.ou 'Thin lun' ivears the teachers ont, t :muse tlnngs zilwzlym lmppeii when he! zibnut." Sri:-nlilic Course Hi-Y Ill, IY: Ticket fmninittee I. DAVID XVATTS .. -. Duve "Ili Dave sucven will :always be: Iilnrmiy sclwulslays he eunlil nevei hee." Scientific Course Cqlziss I'lz1y IV: I'.iferary II, III Hi-Y III, IV: Alanrnnl Stuff: Hi-Y IIHIIICTEIICC l'mnn1ittee. at-,N is A nr . -e-nfl-o-r-s 0 a CIIARLES VVILISI-QR Bull "Ncrerglnni znnlvuit ivls1vl'lS, Always Jolly and in fm's1ml'ls, cgl'lll'l'ill tl0ul'Sf' lwmtliznll l, lll, IV: llasebzill lll. A J EAN NVILCOX Jah I --Diary Ivan" 'Her vuice will carry her tw success' Scif-litilif Course Girls' l'l1 rml' ns l, Mixed fl 1rv1' ns ll, Ill, IV: Girl Reserves Il, Ill IV' lll ' Snphuinore 'iliss yif ndent illireittiwrg Girls' 'ri-trite erarv ll lll' lnmur rvive Ci'ru'1is l, lil: l4ll'Jl'Zl.l'Q'. Club 1, ll: lllidwestern flmrns lX. M ILRNA XVILLIAMS HB cols Quiet, studirvns, and patient is she-- .X great success we know she ll be." 'iliul COLIFSC JUSEPII XVILSUN "His cheerful spirit lends aid ln success." Jllll C0llllllCrl'i2ll Cl!llrSC M AR Y LOU XVI LSUN MIAMI" 'lller friendly grin attracts many." cit'l1Cf3l ciOllfSf' 'wrnsz lnnirmr Service Uvrlls , 3 . erary ll. serves lll IV RUIHLRT XVlII'l'li ulillllu "Full ul fun :it zmy time." Svivnlilic' Cuursv Mixed flmrus lll, IYQ Midwestern L'lnn'ns IVQ Literary IV. J U NIS NVILLIABTS Hflrpliiou "-ltmc is timid, that we know, I lint kmdness :md joy slie will zil- wnys show." fioinnivri ial fioursv Giils Clmrns INQ G, A, A. IVQ Girl Reserves lll, IY: Stand Likllll- mittee. DONALD CLYDE XVILSUN fl pw K'lnwzird-mischievous l,vut1vulwzlrd reserved." clClN'fill ciilll FSC .IUSILPIHNE XYILSUN Hlusivii "Patient :mil liappy :md studiuus, tcm." Cullum-rrizxl Coursi- Cnlnred Cliorus ll, IY. FRANCIS YAGELONVICII ul Ifllllln "Ambition oftentimes swells ln the quiet and reserved." Sririnliliic Coursv 'e'l'l'l,'O'f'S ' l51ARY YUN KUVIC lunla lllarv, M:11'y,ql1ile c1111t1'z1ry, NVE 'lmpe lllflllljlll lile yuii'll zilwaiys ": be merry." flnniim-ri iul ci0Ill'Sf' in 'l'lll1l.MA YORNb 'I Xlwlkys lizipiuy, sees1111s111'1'11w V 1 ll1el111a's lziugllter we'cl like t ' ww." clf'IN'f2ll CNUIITSI' 1 l1ilJl'al'-1' 1'lulJ Uliiverz li. .X. A. l IV: l11rl Reserves ll, IN: l.1lm1.115 1, A. A. l. Chili ll, lll, IV. IRILNE DOROTHY YOUNG '-11.11111 ".Xn111l1er frzuI11ate11f'16f- L . l1l1111111111uljuy for her never mix." Sflfflllllll' fours:- BIARGARHT REBECCA YUUNGX X Mixliclgiv l J ".Xlw:1ys silent when she mlnubts hei sense: ing lllHlKlCllCE.n Srivnlilii floursf' l.ile1':11'y ll: liirls' filltll'llS ll. I . ,llerzury l'r11g1'zu11s lg fi. A. A. lll IY. -f N LICXVIS i fx GliNliVlliVli PAY ZAIIN U if 7, ' - , l.llll' X 1 cffflll' "lfve1'willii1gtrvleiulaliaiuli "Excess energy iiiiils ll release in sports." 3 This girl iii life will highly Slilllllfl Y grim-nlilic Loursv N ,Xml speaks Ilmugh sure with seem- 4,4 '22 f 'C-1 5- 1. Sfivnlilim Course l.ll6I'2ll'y Uflicer Ill: Hi-Y 1l,xlll Girl Reserve fliih 1, Il. IYQ lfootbzill ll, lll, lY. . X O. 'r11oMAs A ' l"RliDERll'li SUN NA X 'I , J I ".Xcti111is speak louder than words." J - - f X ,, 1 11111 Il M' I fu-m-ml foursv 1f...,.1111111 1, Il, 11: 51111111 C111111- 14 .MN iiliurus ll, IVQ llziskethzl , , 5 ll I ' Navy '43.'43. li 1 ' .fl 1 V , 'V 1355 EEUU 1uull1'rvl'm'i', llllll lllllyu-I llllllil leumw lulll Ullyl lmvuu 4-.xuuuuim-il luy uuuuuwrmus mululzlv pluysiviuuus mul rli-vluun-rl of vslululislu lluis tl0l'lIlIIi'IIl us our lusl will ulurl lf'SlClllll'lll, 'lin our rnpuululc: sup:-riuulc-mlm-uul, lVlR. Nl-NI'I'l', our grzuliluulc lor lluf-rc: will zulwuuys luv zu plzuu- iuu luis lun-uurl lur lluv Class ul 46. 'lin our Iuuiuuvipaul, lx'lR. QXERKAN, il siuulicrlr luupl: lluaul lun uuuiu 'lin nur zululv zussoriuulc pu'iuus'iluaul, lxlll. llAlx'lll,VliC3N, flu-vpu-sl ll luiglu srluurul raurvz-u'. 'lin our ussislzuuul priuusipaul, lxllf, 'l'.f'XYl,flR, uuuauuuy lur-aurlliu-ll lluiu iuu srluuol. 'lin lluc l7ACUlfliY, our ill-cpl-sl syuupulluy. lxlovr-r zugfzuiuu will iuu ctlauss. lljzurclouu us, luul clicl we luczur zu sigflu ul rvliclyl 'liu lluc JUNKJRS, all privilvgjr-s iuppvrlauiuuiuugj lo scruiuurs, suilu :us lulzuulis. 'lin llufw Sflpllfilvlfllllfs, lluc lillru ol UllIN'I'l'lilSSllIfYll auuurl our guiuugj mu iuu vluzupvl lor zu rluuuuugr-. mu' uw, lin- filuss of Niiwlvmu. lrlllllllfvil uml l:rurlysi.x', luuuiuugg souuml mimi lrmly. unrl juulgluwnl, ilu lwri-luy urfluiuu mul lu-aumliiug urs lluruuglu lmur lr1uululr'snuuu1- yi-urs mul lluz- luuulw lluul y soon rvluruu In luis pusiliuuu iuu gfmurl sulcl N. li. Il. S. uzuulis liur luis guizluuuuu- uuuuml lui-lp as uurliuugj priuuripul cluriuugf our uulis leur luis aulli-uuulul Inu uuruw-fl our vrrors :luring our lzusl yvku lluc lm :ululu lo wore 1-ivv our lll'klSlll'f mul sluiniiu f vruuluulm-uuuuuuius .- plzuyiuug luoculi, slxippiuugf rliusscs, auiucl sigjuuiuug lluvir muwuu vxrusc p0l'llllSSllYll lil YUIHC lllll lifillll llllllvl' llll' llillllllly illlll lll'iII' XYllill5 lu lluu l'Rl'.5lllXll'1iN, nur uuuugjriullulzuliluuus lor luuuviuufj imuuplu-lcrl lluuw uumsl lowly yi-ur nl luiglu siluoful lilv, llur- privilf-gr' ol muupyiuug Iluu- sm-zuls uuucln-r lluv lmluuuuy iuu rluzupvl, zuiuil pu-ruuuissicuuu lu puauwlirr- lluc finlrli-uu Rulc willu liuulurv lin-sluuuu-uu, lin RAl.l'll ASllENl5rXl'fill, our pvruuuissimu lo lui-ml auuuy lo l5li'l'I'Y BURNS, zu uuuzuil luox. VV1- liuuuw lluzul willu lluis uuuuuluauuy lui' rluuusvs jllsl sus luls luauluuc lumuils our lust. 'lin IQARI. All'liliNRl,'il'l'll, pc-rluuissiuuu Io lui' prcsvuul mu Iluc Day nl Juclguuucuul. Vliluc-uu lvlr. Hillis iiuliiuuily will liuuaully luuppcuu. ilio GAYNl'il.l.lf BAll-lfY, nur pcruuuissimu lo Cluzungc luvr uuauuuuv so lluaul slur- ran rurculuy zu smut in lluu ri-zur ol lluc ruuuuu. 'lin llfJl'lN l5AKl'iR, zu svluulzursluip lo lluc Greenville Yliluvo- llugifal Cullc-gji: iuu c3l'l'l'llYlllI', illinois. ilio Bl'Tl'l4Y lffxuixl, wr' lc-uw' zu gausuliuul- slaliouu, rl-luzul llmlg-1 sluo oxxuus really vauls up c-uuougjlu gms. lu. JOAN lllflffillf, zu rvlirigjvmlor lu 1-uuaululv lucr lo licqu au fool luvml :ul ull linurus. 'liu Rl7'l'll l'Jl'iGl,EY, au lufulllr- ol iuuuuuuuuuuuizu fzupsulvs lo in-vp lui-r iuu Qmuml-nature-rl spirils. 'lin DlABl'il, lil,il'l'SClI, our luopcs lluuul lluv lluiuugfs sluv proplucsics lor our class will lw IOOVE zuullucuulir, vlio JOAN lSliS'I', our luupr- lluul sluc uuuauy luuvm- lluc lucsl ol vw-rylluilug iuu wluzulc-vcr ccuursv ol life sluc iuulc-mls lo purslw, 'lin CARI- lfull,l,lG, a couulraurl lo lucrfuuuuc lluc press augjmul lo zu laiuuous movie aflrc-ss. 'lin Bl':VlQRl,Y BLlNN, au uuuocluaniczul clrfclrouicz uuuzwluinc NVlllLll Ili? illl llCi' ll0lllCVV0l'li. To Bfllnbxlwl, souuur' lvzullucr soup lo uicl in luriuugjiuug mul lucr suuuilc. To .llBl BCUVVSER, our pvruuuission ln run iu laxi scrvivc lrouuu lxflarion Hill lo lxicw Briglulon in luis lwu-lone Plyuuuoullu. To BRANDVli, n micropluouu uuuorc ol luvr opinions onrc iuu zu Wluilv, C S0 VVC CHU IICHI' Illlbl H Slllllly 'lb CLARA ISRAUGHLER. plcnly ol smiles ulisposiliouu lor lull lluc years lo ronuc. 'lic ELVA BRAUN, n slccring wluvcl lo guinlc lui-r inlo wlualcvcr liclcl siue muy cluoosc to vf-nlurc in lilo. To MARION BROSS, lluc riglmt lo rclain lucr aluilily lo say lluc riglul lluiiug at lluc wrong lime. Slllfll Sllfifly gi'l luvr lllillli. 'Ib ROBERTA BYHRLIL, on-lmls llurmuglu lluiclc anfl lluin. lor sliiliiuugf willu us To l'il-lVllfR CAl.VlN, wluo gf-ls so lirc-il, ruspcurizilly in luis rlass pvriorls, wr' gjivruu :un vvcrliusliuugf pc-ruuuil lo lur' vxiusccl lrouuu lluc-iuu--luis cliplouuuu. To Rllilill CAPO, our cluoicc lor lluc- lwliss Auuuvrim rtruuulvsl OI' 1040. To C'Nl'llliRlNli CYXRR, a privzulc luu liuuuv so sluc will ncvr-r ngzuiuu luzuvv s lluul is zulwiuys on lo worry zulunul lming lzurfly. 'lin Klil'l'I'l CARR. iu posilion aus luczuil ful zu rloluiuliuug lrmuu lo rruuuuiml luiuuu ul lluv goml olcl clzuys iuu pluysirs rlnss. 'lin ,lOllN Cl'lfJGlCl'l, our umlcuuiiululv pcruuuissiruuu lu wrilc zu luiuuli 4-nlillf-cl, mlirigouuouuuclry luy Cluogirlun fur Uxfx7l'lll- worllu Dinlnil Know lluc- Hall ol ll." lo CHARLES fill.Al3lE, wc suggc-sl zu vary rouuvcwuirruul junli yaurrl lor luis so-flullccl aulouuuoluilc. To PAULHVE CLYDE, zu ligluiluousru so llual W'lll'll sluv girls uuuarrivcl slue can lzulu- up Mliglullucuuscun liccping. 'ilu DKJN COAKl.l':Y, un allinuclcr. possilulc lo measure luis luciglul. Tluzul is lluc ruuuly wily YPO JOAAXN l, El IIICQHPIIOIIC S0 lllfil NVQ fllll llffilf wluzul sluc says wluvn rcriling in rlauss. To VIQDA lVl.AE COUCH, zu new Sola in cast' sluc 1-vcr gels lircd of lucr Hcruucllfl 'lin JOHN CRAIG, uluc luounor ol dafli, Hllll QTIISSOIIIC lllilll Oli ll'lC llOLll'. luring lluc uuuiuclcrn lall, Pardon us, wc nueanl lo say lmruclsome. l To VINCENT CRANVFORD, Qu on rccorrls mul zu lucql so lllat luv syuupluonic zurrungcruum-nl ran la-ulce il vnsy willu Tosfmuini. 'lb NORA LGU CROSSLEY, a assorlczl noisemalicrs in urcler llual w lucll and a low ollucr C Hlay kl'l0VV Wllffll SllC is uruuml. CLASS VVILL Ifionlinuecll ln Il7llN VIINNINGIIANI, we grant a nuulz-rn l-arm uilll a lvigf lu-rll ol lows so lu- fan IuIIiII llis illlllilllllll In lu' a rlairynlan. 'lin GUS CURCKP, llu- riglll lo rirrulalf' a pvlilion pro- Yllllllgj lor l'lll4'l'lilllllllf'lll in slllcly llulls. lo Dixlull DAVIS, some quiel, llappy llunlingj gjrnunil xxlu-re pl-ysiw Im ru-ver yn-l In-1-n lounfl, lo Nfllfblfx DClNVNl'iY, a new Ill2lllI'f'SS uliifli, we luvlun will lu: even num- uDowiu'y" lluan lu-r nmu: ,. .,. . ,.. . , lo fAllll'.RlINl'. lLlxll.l',R, an fruslr in rm- slu- il:-rules lo lravv a new slarl in Iill-. lo l3l':GfiY l'iNfllfl,, a luillll- nl' lvlnv inlx, so llual sluv xxill IlI'V1'l' lu- in llu- real. lin our luvlu' llml slu' goes lurr nann- oiu- lu-ller Ivy living Hl'X41'lll'lllH lrnln llnis linu- livnu-lorlll nlllll lUf4'Y'xr. lin IXIARGARITII l".XSll, sinfere wislu-s lor suuc-ss antl llappiness lo afvolnpany lu-r in lluw lulurv. ln Dlfl,I.A FOX, an ernline coal ln replaue llur 'lloxn wllimll slic llas lmeen marrying arouncl. 'lin GUS l:RKlISK.X, a nifr- conllorlalvle seal in lll-le lql'X Plillll 5 l'llllllllIllSl'. ln ljfllels ITRY, a queslion as lo wllal, eluringg all lluw' 54-ars, lias Doris lu-on lrying lo Hlryfv ln ISIQSSIIQ FUNKIIOI ISIiR, il iar ol In-fkll--rl-mmf-r, Siu' l'ilS lli'l' Sllilff' ol ll"CK'lill'S illlkl SUIIIPUIN' 1'lS1"S l00. lo CLARA l:UNKllf7lISlfR, a rillc range in ruse slut is lnncl ol sllooling slars. lo NORIWA l7l,'NIKllOLISliR, an easy july xxlu-re slu' mn vsvape lxarcl worlc. lo filffblefili fiAfll'iS.'X, our permission lor luinl lo sum lem-ll lonnny Dorsey as llu- nc,lCllllf'llIilIl ol Swing," lo Dflllls GARXIN, 1-Imiw ol any paslinie lxul Cross wnrml puzzles. VVQ: coulrl ru-vcr give lu-r a rross worfl. ln RAl,l,l'l GALIDKJ, a posilion in llu' II. .l. Reynolcls Il40lJil4'l'0 Co. Ill- woulll wall: a mile lor a camel il lie loulfl ricle bm-k. 'IRI BILL GIfl'II.'XRIJ'I'. arf- easily Lligeslml in :asv lu- slroulll ever lu-ionic 'un aller- a supply ol ilIllllSlllQ' slories llual :linux-r spealxer. lin Rlllll Cfllfllllllxlfi, our regrel lllal linu- anll space clo nol pnrinil us lo 1-xlnl all ller praises. lo lfDRll: Gf,l,l3SFllTl'l, our llnpr- lllal llu' rounlry lu-ver goes llu' golfl slanclani lor llllill. a Hgjolflsnlillin woulcl Im ol no value. ' lo rXl,YER'l1jX CUQAIIANI, a Booli ol l.ile. Siu- liasnll Illilill' llcr clloife yvl, l7lll slu-Ill line SOIllCllllI1Q worlll wllilc, we lwl. lo DORIS GRIAQAVICS. our permission lo sprrracl joy and sunslrine wlierever sllo goes inslcatl ol Uf.fl'l'ilVlIlgH all llic lime. lo JACK GRISNICK, a new sel ol alilpis. 'lilac old ones served well lzul llu-re is no use in rarrying good lliings loo liar. lo I-lLl,lAN llAlJDUX, we lmquealli a cow lo replafc llne uoxw wlxicli Im lolloweel lxer name all ilu-se years. lo INIITCHELIA llAR'l1DlAN. llie riglll lo slarl a eluln on Nlarion Hill, lcnown as Mlllxe lvluml lvlounlain Boys." 'Ito JANET l'll'1NRY, our loud llopcs lllal ller Iilf- will IUC rosier anal -'roserf' ln ,IOHN a pnrlalmle rllair In sil on lor every linu' lu' was lllrown oul ol class. ln MARY HICKNIAN, a lrunlilul ol If-llr-rs axul slsnnps lu wrile lo all lliose lurys slu- is lonrl ol. 'ln RAY HOlJfIl'i, a posilion willl llu- New Ynrli Yanlwcs as llu'ir slar lirsl llilSl'lllilIl. lo INCK l'lfJlISl'illfJl.lJl'iR, llu- rigflil ln sv-l llown luis llUllSl' anrl lllllfl llll il llilfll llll' Il YVllilC'. In I5If'I'I'Y l'lOYVl':l.I., a loucl sp:-ali:-r so slu- uonll lame In slrain ller voirv al any loolluall ganu-s slu- may allmul. lo l,ll-l-ll'il5lfI,l, llllrlvllfllxl, llle riglll lo flilllll uYou lil'- long lo lvly Hear!" as llu' song clearesl lo lu-r. ln BYIUJN JACKSITN, our perlnissiun lu sil in pllysims class aiul r-slilnale llu' sion-s lor nexl uvvlxls lonllrall !jilIlll'S lvnlli in lligll srluwols anrl mllvgrs. lin DCJN ,lACKSflN, a luvoli ol sign:-xl 1-ulisv lulanlis mul nur permission lo play lioolu-y every ollu'r llay ol llu' srlruol XYl'l'li. 'lun lx'lOl-luY .IACKSKJIXL a jolw in silent pirlures, suite we luavv llarflly ever lurarcl Iver voice. 'Ivo .lUS'l'l, a laclcler so llial slu- man nmunl il rung Ivy rung lo lier ew-nlual suuess. 'lin .KJHN Jlllllf, our lH'FIlllSSlIlIl lo wrilz- luis nun version ol any lLnglisl1 luuwli lu- may lluuvslt mul explain il ln lllc l'.IlQ'llSll leaellers. lo KARTIXIJA, a iolllli anll a jar ul axle grease. Guess wliy? Ivo IX'llfl.BA KlfNNlflJY, a llenna rinse lu rnalu- lu-r liair a lillle reclclcr. lo ICD KISIC, we leave a fin-ylupuml Ixus. 'lil1al's llu: only llling! lmig Cl'l0lIQll lo lalir' rare ol llis gang, llu: lr. CJ. G. lljralernal Ormler ol fiunnnrrsl. lo lllfl,li:N KIJLIIQKA. we leave lluv rigjlll ln lu- as V sun- lvsslul anrl popular in Iilf- as Slu- was in srllool. 'lo DORO'l4llY Kflfxll, a pen willloul any inli so lllal slu- ranvl wear liersvll oul signing aulograplls. lo ,lOSlfPHINli KOI.'l4liR. 0 falenflar so llnal slu- may llavr- all lllc clalcs slre flesircs. ln DICK KRZEINIINSKI, a copy ol llu- luuxlc Allow lo Xvin Diplomas ancl lnlluvnre rlwCilL'llCIS..I lo SYLVIA KUSIXHR, anolller weeli ol srllool lo miss. Vvlien slie gels lirml ol missing, we wisll lu'r elernal lutallll. llo IVlARCiARl:'l'l1 LAZAR, llle riglll lo laugli ller way lllrougll lilels lroulJlesonu' waters. lo DAVID LECKER, u fomecly program ol luis own on llu' railio and a liuge jolu' luioli so lw fan slill lm as lunny as lie was in lligli sclumol. ln BIILDRED Llillxllfll, our flloire ol ilu- Class ol '40 must liliely lo succeecl, lo HELEN LEO, we give a pair ol llorsvsluu-s. lN0, nul le wear: merely lor goonl luclel lo LOIS LINDNER, seven lulncs ol lipslimli so lllal slic man wear a clillerenl sluule every clay. lo BIARILYN LONG, a posilion on llu: ramlio willl llic uSlroller's Ivlalineefl sinmc slle llas had so inucli experience in slrolling. lo PAULINE LOVVRY, a eomplcle sel ol inslrurlions on liow lo overcome conspicuous lxluslling. To Pl-IYLLIS LUCENTE. our permission lo lic lcnown always as jusl plain Hpluylf' CLASS Vvlldl. fcoiuliuuuvcll 'lio .lfilllv lllljvvlfi, :uuu f'llll'l'lilllll'l'iS lin-uusv so lui- van uouulinui- lo auuuuusr- lluf- pi-ruplv in luis ilassc-s suuuzl snuily lualls. lo RlI'I'Ii lN'l4'llRllJlf, zu uuucclal lor ri-uuuaiuuiuug rsuluuu :uuucl plc-:usanl lor iour long yr-ars. ilio DfJN lX'lr'filll.l,OllCll. au jolu willu lluz- Naulional llroacl- rasliuug flouuupauuy as c-nginc-r-r iuu rtouuuplc-lo 1-ouulrol ow-r oni- ol Iluf-ir iuuuuuui-nsv ll. A. syslz-nus. lo Dlfilf iVlufilNNlS, ilur- riglul lo siarl lluc- luzull rolling on lluc- H81-v .Nuuur-rirsu liirslu rauuupaigru. llf- sluouulrl luuow liroluu 4-xp:-rif-nuo as lur- iravr-lc-cl as a luilrlu-luilu-r lo lrloriileu auufl lrafli lzusl your. ,. ,.. , . . lo Rlulll lxlulxllf l'lAl'.l., a ralim- ful Paluuuolivr- soap so slum- uuuay rr-lain lui-r isrluool-girl Conuplr-xion.H lo NANCY MARK. an opporlunily lo ioiuu llui- Vviuvi-s iuu orrlcr Io ln- rlosr-r lo luor onr- ancl only Hliuilulmlr-s." illo GVVIQN lVlll,l.l'iR, a ronuplf-lc sci ol nf-w suluool luoolis, lui-r rc-warrl lor going Ilurouglu lluc lroululc ol uuur-uuuoriziuugilu:-uuu. 'llo .illvl IVlI'l'l'NIiR, a clrallsuuuanis ljozurrl auurl zu rouuuplz-li: si-l ol 1-quipuuur-nl so luc- ran go in lor luis laulf-nl iuu su luig way. lo DAVlD Nlf7l-DfDYAN, an alisr-nl slip wluiclu will por- uuuii luinu io avoirl ull flasscs lor wluirlu luf- is unpri-pan-rl. lo DOl,ORl'iS NKJORE, a tlurf-0-lr-al flow-r. Vvluz-n sluu- slarlf. lo say Hlli- low-s nur-, noi-,ii it will always ioluur- olll riglul. lo l7AiliRlClA NKJVVRY, a cryslal lwall wluivlu lon-li-lls uuolluing luul goocl luc-alllu ancl luappinc-ss in llur- lulurc-. To lX'lARY Nf5VOSlil,, nucrrinuc-nl. Ulfal, flriuuli, auncl luc- um-rry,N lor iouuuorrow-wluo knows? lo CllARl.lfS l7l:lill:lf:R. VVO luc-ar llual filuarlr-s luas zu luugf- apps-liiv so lur-rc is a pic-lor Cluarlc-s. il-0 a Hollywoocl l'0I1lFill'l In ilraw luis way lo a tiara-4-r as Hollywoodis groalcsl arlisl. ilio ,IOYCE ljfjfjlli, 81,000,000 in Couulc-ali-ralv rurrc-uufy lo lu-op luor in purfluasing power. lo NlARY llju READER, a Contract io sing willu llur- Nli-lropolilauu Cypm-ra Company. To iiVliI.YN RllfDlgil.., a Counplclc 30 voluuuui- l'im'y4'lopf-flia Auuucrifana, wluiftlu,. in our opinion, will aclrl vc-ry lililo lo lui-r pr:-sont slorli ol lmowlcclgc. To Cilfolifilf RfjBliRiliS, our pc-rluuissiouu lo wriiv a luooli 1-ntilli-cl Ufjriginal Axiouuus and Poslulalcs luy Roln-rls.i' ilio AUDREY ROSl'i, a tulip lo cluangc lluc src-nl ol' lluings arouncl luc-r lor a wluili-. ilio Clllfsvlllfll RfJSliR. a nuap ol Ni-w llriglulouu wluiclu sluows Iluc uuuosi cliri-rl rnulr- from Ninllu Slfl'l'l Io fyuli l'lill. il-o .IACK RCJSER, a pacliagc ol razor lulaumlr-s logi-llur-r wiilu iull inslrui-lions on luow io usr- ilu-nu. lo DORIS SAl.'l'Zl-QR, a slcclgc- luauuuuuur-r so slum- will nl- ways lm aluli- lo nlmrz-ali lluc iCc.H To CLAlR SAUNDERS, a position as slar lullluaucli on Iluc lirst string ol an All-American lc-auuu. 'lic JOHN SAYRE. a corresponclenctc course lrouuu Cluarlos Alias Io aicl luiuuu in lluc clevelopluucnl ol: luis uuuusolcs. il-o NCJRliNl'i SCl'lAEl:l:FR, our pq-rluuission lo pulmlislu au lwooli r-nliili-cl Uvvluy Gr-nllr-uuur-n pre-lc-r lllomlr-s.'i .. .,1.,.., 4-- , lo l'.l'ful1lNlg Sf llAl'l'l'.R, zu guanl anlclrc-ss luooli anrl au privz-Iv li-lr-pluouuc syslr-uuu so luc- nun fall up luis uuuzuny girls any iiuuuc lui- wanls lo, 'l'b'iIVIARIIj'N Sl'lAl'il'ilfR, a conuln, along willu a clri-sscr sol ancl a lxoltlc- ol Drcnc sluanupoo, lo lic-vp lucr luair so lustrous auuul lovc-ly. To XN'lll,.l.lAAl SfillAilif, our luopo lluaul Xxlllllillll will nc-vi-r luavi- usilualxu souuum-luomly. 'lin lxllils SCIlli'l'l4IN, Iwo floor luuolus--fouuv lor lluo lirolul floor anfl om- Io play Hliuururlx-liuuru1'lc,u ilio Dlfilf SCllRAiX'lA, au srluolarsluip lo Ilui- Slzulr' ll:-iuuu, wr- uuuc-an l"f-nn Sink-. lo llll.l- SfillVVARVl'Z, an orrzlucslra ancl zu luan-uuu so lluaul lur- uauu lui- linuuwuu as mliluu- Sullan willu lluz- Sax." lo TCJNA SfillVVARiliZ, our pr-ruuuission lo quoli- uull gi-o nur-lrii' lluc-orc-uuus iuu ilu- 'llc-L'lunic'al lr-rnus ol SfllVK'ilI'lZ.U To ESVl.l'llfR SCfYl'li, our sinci-rn rlvsiro llual Iivf- ye-urs lrouuu now slur- uuuay lui- linown as lluc- NLC-na llornr- ol' I05l.' l-o liDCiAR Sl'lllfl.DS, a quc-slion. liflgill' Hsluii-lflsu wlualif ililualis wlual wc- VV0lllll like lo linow. vlio Gl,,.ADYS Swllvlill, our ldclicl llual wlucuu uuuiurrii-il, slur- will nl-vor ln- flTli!'l'l'l'fl lo as llur- Hlilllo wouuuan.H lo .lACQl,ll'il.lNl'i Slxllilll, wr- lc-avo a clicliouuary so sluf- XX'lll TH'Yf'r lilf' ill il loss lOl VV0l'fl5. il-o l, Olll' pf'l'llllSSlUl1 lo fllilligl' lll'f lilSl llilllll' lo Suuuyllui- so llual slur- ran L-nlcr ilur- social rr-gisli-r uuuoru- fbasily. To Dclllfylillli Slxlflvvljlfx, an airplane lo lui-lp lur-r risi- lo Iluc- soaring lui-igluls iluzul sluv is lur-afli-pl lor. To iVlYRfJN SNfJVVDlfN, wr- lnavr- lluc- iasli ol luuilcliiug a lu-N1-r uuuousf- lrap, so lluai lluc worlfl will in-al zu pauilu Io luis floor. To Rolflilzili SNfJVVDlfN, a posilion as vi1'1--prr-si1l1-uulf- ful: wash--papor luaslir-ls. lo PAUL SPICKIQRMAN, zu juli as Il clrlxlilll. ilu- wmulfl uuualu- a goocl uncle-rrovu-r iuuan as luc always rouuum-s iuu ouul ol limo rain prouuuplly. To VVlNNllf S'l'ANl:fAR'l, llui: riglui lo lruofouuur- an auiluor ancl pulrulislu a luooli 1-ntillcfl Allow lo Afluivvc- a lil:-asanl ancl pleasing lj:-rsonalily.U To NlARilil'lA Sililflflm our pf-rnuission lo lvr- as slrouug as luv-r nanuf- inuplic-s. To NlARY .lANli SililRl,lNG, a magnifying glass so lluiul slur: may Pnlargf- upon ilum- Iiuulc lluings in lilir-. To RAYMOND Siliolllili, a iiclicl lo Hollywooil so lluaul lui: may go auurl assist Vvall Disncy in creating now vluar- aciers. To DON VliAGCvARili, lluc- privilege ol lllillilllg' all luis classes iu piruuir lor luiuuu auucl a lroulolc for tluc lm-aclur-r. To DICK 'l'l'lfJFlAS. a large pair of slills so llc ran looli clown on us lor zu rluangr-. To .lCDY'ilillC,AlAS, llur- riglul to sprcafl joy lui-lils as luor IIHIIIP, no uuualh-r wlu.ul lrials lilc will luring. To ,llil 'IRUiNlI5lI'l'lC, a luus all luis owuu so llual lui- Lauuu go luacli auufl lorllu lo lfallslon in iiuuuc anil lluus saw- paper for ulm srluool in r-xrusv lulanlis. To FRANK URSIDA, your pcrnuission io lurn ov:-r a now loaf willu lluc- fouuuiuug ol 1-vc-ry llllllllll. To HAROLD Vflfilfln a position as llui: li-mlm-r ol iuuu orflur-slriu lui-Ili-r aunil gre-air-r Iluauu llarry .lauuuc-s anil fllusurlic Spivali rouuulvinm-cl. lo l.OLilS YRANA, zu gun, a luox ol slum-lls, zuuuul au siguui-il paflwl ol 1-xfusv lulauuulis xslui-n luunling sc-ason rolls arouuuil in Novi-uuulwr. To ,lOl'lN vlilflfill, wr- lc-aw: souuuc lypc ol sulbslilulc lor scnucslcr cxauuuiuuaiions. CLASS VVll.l. fC0nlinuvcii lo IJAYIC VVAVVVS, our px-rlnission lo linnl oul wnlls wlunl in nny prolwlmn lllnl f'0lll-I'lll1lS lliln. lo CliARl.iiS VVIiI3IiR, in walliingf slick. Vvr- lwlirww' lllnl lllis is ull lima! is nvvrlocl lo nmliv i1inl llm ilnss rlllrlv. lo ISOIS XVIIITE, Z1 pr'rmnnc'nl posilion ns llonr sw:-1-por in livllls Drug Slnrr. 'lin IXDRA .ll'lAN Xxilillfix, lin' rigflll lo lullill all lu-r Sl'HllllII'l'IlHl nnrl worlclly unllmilions. lin .lllNl': VVli.l-lABlS, n porlnlplr' pululif nclrln-ss syslonl so lllf' Sllulonls in llu- lvufli ol' Ilw room Vnn iwnr wllnl slu- is lillkillfl nlvuul. lo iVllfRNA VVlLl,lAlX'lS, n posilion ns slvwnrflr-ss on n il4l'illl5-I0l1lillf'I1l2ll Airsllip. lo lXJNAl.D VVILSCJN, our sinrf-rv luopr- llnnl lu- will .lllnin ix lilo in llir' lulurf- lllal will ln- jusl HCllIf'iiy.u llo lfjglfpll VVli-SfJN, lllc' Tigflll lo invrnl n plaslif- nulof lnolvilr- ivoxly lllnl will oncl all vollision prolvlf-Ins. 'lin lf7Sl'il,lllNlf XVli-SfJN, an lvolllr' ol gluf' so lllnl Siu' run sliclx lo V5llillf'VCl' lllv lulurr' llns in slorc' lor lmr. To NIARY ldffll VVli.Sf,N, vxrtlusiw- fopyrigjlll privilvgvs on ai lwooil Plllillvfl .Allow In fivl VI-llI'0llQ'll Higfll Srllool in lfour lfnsy l-f'SSOflS,u will: n lnnriivl lor lmr pulrlirulion in lulurr' lrvsllmnn rlassvs, To YAGFl.f3VVlfill, an Clll'IlliSlfy lnlmrnlory in N'IlllIl lm rnn 0xp1'rinlr'nl lo luis lu-nrlis fonlf-nl. illo lxiARY Yf,NKfJVlC, lwo lruslnvls ol' iupplvs lo sm' il' llur- worn: rrally nlors lurn. To 'llHlfl.lVlA YORNS, nn ull-clay Sllllil'I' mul in lolmling rllair lo pass ilu- lilnc away wllilr' wailing lor ill'I' soiinl svrurily. To Dfillfylllll Yfjlilxifi, we' lvnvf' lim rigflll lo mlvssrilur in-r nmlluorls ol' gr-onuvlry Ilu- Young way. 'llo lXlARGARlf'l4 NTJUNG, our pormission nlwnys lo rr-A main as "young" as slvc looks, To GENlfVlliVli ZAHN, n lllilgifiilllii oullil so llml slum- fnn FIIRIIQP n T3 lo n 93 lyy saying nllorus porusfi 'lio lust lull nol lvasl, our llopr- llunl ln' will lmnfl sonwllling sonic zlny 1-von lluougjlu luis nnmv Llocs liilliill our list. Klrul rww, l'0fIlllZIHll of liw fad limi uw arc' alum! lo puis ou! ul r'.vislr'llcv, uw' lun' our finulv will: sloul iwurls. svulrv in ,Jll0ll'll't'Ql' limi lin- rm-nllwrs ol lin' floss of 'IO llum' lmcn lukvn burr' of nm, url- wvli alxlv lo nwvl lin- rigors mul lim winlrv lriusls of life. ZIQLKO KRl :mi gi, CODICII- TO THE XVlI.l. Xvv, lim Class ul lXillll'll11'll Hunrlrml ami Forlysix, :lo iwrvlry lwquvulll lo Zifi.Kf, KRUZKY u SlllU'lH'Slll'J Io llw fiurrwgio inslilulv of VIQPFIIIIOIOQY rim' lo lllS oulslanoling sciloiaslic' rvrorci, in orflvr lllul lu' may ulluin luis unllriliuu in lilo fivlcl of vlvdrirul engineering. lJ.Xl.li o,wls QHE W' W- fn' f f -V' y75Tx I 1 SENIOR CLASS PLAY this year's lirsl Senior Class Play was one ol the most successful plays ever presented in New Brighton High School. "Brother Gooseu lcept the audience on the edge ot their seats wondering what would happen next. With Marytou Reader as Hyacinth, who was ahsorhed in loothatt, anything could happen. Brother Goose, the title role, was played hy Harold Vogel. Nancy lVlarr, a iiower from the Southland, and Bill Gephardt, a teen-ager, again showed their atoitily to play opposite each other. Betty Howell tound herself in trouhle when she hecarne a hosiery saleswoman, Vvhat play could he complete without maids? These parts were capahly portrayed hy Patricia iwtowry and Katherine Fair. lVtrs. t.ulu Trim- mer, Gaynelle Bailey. just couldnit wait lor anyone except her hushand. and then he died. Norma Downey played the part oi a typical older sister. lvlarilyn Shatter, as the wealthy and sophisticated l-enore Hudson, had great plans, hut they just didn't worlc out. The hurly trucli driver was played toy ADavid Vvatts. Ixliss Lytle, in directing the play, showed her usual sliilt and talent, and the members of the cast derived many henetits from the coaching. SENIOR LITERARY Considerable musical and speatcing atnitity was revealed in the lour Senior Literary programs given during the year. These programs provided an opportunity tor most ot the Seniors to talce part in worthwhile entertainment. ln the early tall an informative meeting was worlced out pertaining to Qctoloer hirthdays and anniversaries. National Picture Vveelc, and National Fire Prevention Vveelc. The memhers of the high school student hody were guests at the Thanksgiving l.it- erary, which featured the history of Pilgrim music, a Dutch prayer ol Thanksgiving by girls in appropriate costumes, and a clever comedy entitled Hvvhen 'Elmer Played John Atdenf' The Seniors contrihuted several numhers to the All-School Christmas Literary. To enable as many pupils as possihle to participate in the two spring literaries, practical demonstrations ol' certain principles in physics hy scientiliic students and prohtems in salesmanship hy the commercial students were presented. Suitable subjects were discussed and readings were also given. Various vocal and instrumental solos, duos, and quartets, and chorus worlc added to the interest ot all the programs, presented under the sponsorship ot Miss Carter, aided hy the senior home room teachers, lvlrs. Brant, tvtiss Grocott, lvliss Lytle, and Mr. Hitt, and the music supervisors, lxfliss Templeton and Wir. Fleming. The lollowing literary otlicers presided: President ...... ......... ....... J A cu Rosen Vice President--- .... RICIIAIID NICGINNIS Secretary ..... ....... M ARGARET LAZAR iVia,rsimt --- --- DoNALo lvtCQTULL.0UGll Class Prophecy it was in the middle ol Septemlmer ol IOS6. that I was planning to attend the Recreation Center ot New Brighton. l had a wonderful feeling that l was going to see some of my old friends. Ahout ten o'cloclc in the morning, l started on my way. l wallced slowly down one side ol the main avenue ol the town. Ahead ol me was a childrenys toy store which caught my interest immediately. The sign on the door told me that James Trumhetic was the owner ol: this attractive store and that Eugene Schalter was manager. l soon learned lrom Eugene that the clever window display had heen arranged hy Uoris Schetlin and lvlary Novosel. As l continued my journey. l came to a drug store which was owned hy .lim lwlittner. l didnit see .lim. hut l did tallc to his chiel clerics. l.ois l.indner and Norma Funlchouser. Don Jaclcson, the pharmacist, was lcept husy lilling pre- scriptions. Xvallcing lurlher up the street. who should l run into hut .loan lieegle. another classmate ol l946. .loan was also in husiness-jewelry husiness. l waliced with ,loan as lar as the post otlice where l met .lohn l.udwig, the most popular mailman in town. Audrey Rose and lvlarion liross were doing excellent worlc within the post otlice. Across the street was a lmig concern, the largest chain store in Pennsyl- vania. lt was owned hy Gus Frlcuslca and managed hy Diclc Krzeminslci. Gus sold only the hest products and groceries. ln tact. one ol the largest restaurants in Pittsburgh got food at his store. incidentally, this large restaurant in Pittshurgh was jointly owned hy Gus Curcio and Franlc Ursida. Belore long. l had reached the top ol the hill where the high school stood. Coming down the long wallc were Nlarian Brandt, 'liona Schwartz, and Katherine Fair. These three girls had graduated in i946 hut returned to teach science and mathematics. The Recreation Center was only a lew hlocics away from the high school. Alter entering the parlc. l heard the shouting and screaming ol: womenis voices. The noise came from the volley hall court. A girls' volley hall team was organized hy Norene Schaettier who was the head ol the girls' athletic department. She in- lormed me that Margaret Young was teaching hoys and girls to swim in the pool a short distance lrom the volley hall court. To the right ol the swimming pool was the toothall tield. Professional teams often played on this field. l was told that in several weelcs Ralph Ashenloauglfs team would he plowing up the field against another team. Ray Hodge, Mitchell Hartman, Lewis Zettle. and Jim Bowser were the most important players on the team. Speaking of sports, t learned that .lohn Craig was the coach ot an undefeated hasicethatt team. .John had the good fortune of having Charles Vveher and Don VVilson referee in several games. l stayed at the part: until the sun disappeared heyond the hill and at this time l started lor home. l followed a ditterent route home which led me past the Y. ixl. C. A. Byron Jackson and Ray Storer were holding quite a discussion within. Since they were the laoysi gym instructors, l thought that perhaps that had something to do with their discussion. Elsie .lusti and Ruth iWciVtichael worlced together as ilu- girls' gym teachers. The secretary ol the Y. lvl. C. A. was .loy Thomas. Near the Y. ht. C. A. was a large. elahorate eslahlishment-Ihe V. lx. .leep Company. l.0uis Vrana and Ed Kisic were successful partners in the jeep lousi- ness. Ralph Gaudio was husiness manager ol the company and his secretary was Pretty Burns. l reached home in time to watch my lavorite radio program. Since television was now in existence. radio programs were more interesting. l enjoyed George Cacesafs Commercial on Htbf. Bates Foot Remediesf' Doris Fry and Keith Carr were partners in the dramatic role ol uprince ol Gold," written lay Pauline Clyde. Following this program, l always listened to the news commentator. Charles Pleiter. VVhen t watched the programs lay television. l olten reminded mysetl that .lim Kartalia was worliing on television sets in one ol the studios in New Yorlc. Zellio Kruzic was also in the radio world as an electrical engineer at the KDKA station. Alter turning oil' the radio, l piclced up the HHousehold lVlagazine.H Several ol my classmates contrihuted to the popularity ot the magazine. hlerna Xvilliams was the private secretary to the president ol the company. The advertisements were arranged and written up hy Doris Greaves. Quite olten l had lollowed Gwen Wlittefs recipes lor a successlul meat. Un the cover ol the magazine was a picture showing the modern lmedroom styles. This cover was contrihuted hy .lean and Jacqueline Smith, interior decorators. lfditor-in-chiel ol lim lamous magazine was Peggy Engel. l moved to the haclc porch to enioy a little lresh air. As l sat there. l thought albout the happening oi that day. l had seen and learned ahout many ol' my classmates, hut still there were more. The longer l thought. the sleepier l hecame. until the sandman linally used his magic charms upon me. Suddenly. l lound mysell in a strange land saying goodlnye to Catherine Carr, one ol the outstand- ing missionaries ot her time. l laoarded the plane to lind that the hostess was Clara Braughler. Clara told me that other hostesses were Ruth Goehring, Helen Klutlca, Joyce Poole. and lxftargaret l.azar. hut they were carrying out duties on ditterent airlines. piloting the plane was Don lvlccutlough and co-pilot was Bill Cephardt. Bill also toolc pictures tor the National Geographic Nlagazine. Xvhile in Paris, Clara saw lvlarylou Reader and .loan Best. who were studying the art ol the city. Francis Yagelowich was traveling to dilterent European countries perlorming scientiliic experiments in the largest universities ol that continent. The plane landed to he relueled at a llase in the colorlul Hawaiian islands. The tamed author, Helen l-eo, was spending a vacation here. Ciaynelle liailey had recently lelt the islands alter writing another poem. lvty plane trip ended at San Francisco, Calilornia. l was translerred to a modern electric train hound tor Hollywood. l was sitting lneside Bessie Funlf- houser, a representative ol the all important ruloloer company in india. The engi- neer ol the train was George Roberts. VX7hen l reached Hollywood. t went to the XKVHFIICT Brothers studio where l found Nancy lVlarr and Clair Saunders, who were academy award winners in the picture, URememlJer.H Delta Fox was also climh- ing the steps to stardom in elahorate ice slcating scenes. A new tigure on the grounds was Esther Scott. She was heing starred in a new picture in which she would play several classics on her piano. t continued my trip hy train through the larming districts ol lowa. Don Coalcley had a tarm somewhere in lowa hut unlortunatety l did not get to see it. Diclc Householder also had a larm hut it was in North Carolina. Another pros- perous larmer was .lohn Cunningham who owned a dairy tarm in Ohio. ln Florida was a hotel owned hy Joan Couch and Betty Baum. .loan told me that several ot the heautiful huildings in Florida had hr-en designed hy the excellent architect. Chet Rose-r. and his secretary was .lane-l llenry. Several miles lrom the hotel was Dave lVloldovan's riding academy. .iacic Roser was the presie dent of the National Banlc oi Pensacola. .iaclcs hooldceeper was .iosephine Koiter. lyiy next stop was in Georgia. in Savannah. l found that Dorothy Young was a hahy specialist. Dorothy inlormed me that Vincent Crawlord was a civil engineer. .ioe Vvilson was working in the MGas Pipe Nlanulacturing Company." .ioeis sister. Josephine, was chiei typist in one ol: the olzliices in New Jersey. Xvashington, D. C.. was the scene oi action. Congress had heen assembled to vote on an act concerning patents. Speaker oi the House was .iohn Batter. Diclc Thomas was a senator from Pennsylvania and David Vvatts was senator lirom Nlichigan. The new Secretary oi Labor was Catherine Emler. A short distance from the capitol was the dentistis ottice helonging to lvlyron Snowden. Also stationed in this district was Dale Davis, head oi the F. B. l. His private secretary was Niolly Jacicson. Beiore long, t lound myself wailcing down the crowded streets oi New Yorlt City. l came to a small hat shop. l was amazed to see that there were still some sensihle hats to he lound in the United States. The store was owned hy Phyllis l.ucente. Ruth Boiam. one ol the clerics, told me that Thelma Yorns was now married and living in indiana, Pa. Phyllis aslced me ahout Norma Downey. i told her that lxlorma had a small larm in Vermont which was located near the lahoratory where she worlced as a l.alJoratory Technician. The hats which l admired had been designed hy Edrie l.ee Goldsmith, Genevieve Zahn was also ini the hat-malcing husiness. l crossed the street. turned lelt and wallied two hloclis. when i arrived at Patricia lVtowry's charming dress shop. Xvithin the shop was a large comiortahle parlor where the various styles ol' womenis clothes were modeled. Among the models were Cladys Smith. .tune Xvilliams. hlildred Liemer. and lwlarilyn l.ong. Adjacent to the dress shop was the department store owned hy David l.eclier. David had several ol' New Brighton's graduates worlcing lor him. Nlartha Steel was the head saleslady ol shoes. Veda iwiae Couch was in charge oi all the stocii which entered the store. From these three friends, l was ahle to learn ahout a lew ol my other friends. Ruth lVicBride was located in one ol' the New England states where she specialized in the growth ol liowers, shruhs. and trees. iwlargaret Fash and Aiverta Graham were owners oi a heauty parlor. Several ol my classmates went into the music world. Elva lean Braun and Nora Lou Crossley were teaching piano. Evelyn Riedel was a tutor. She not only taught languages. history, and mathematics, hut also vocal music. l leit the department store and wallced across the street to the Roclceieller Building. in the radio department. i saw a tall. handsome. young man holding the microphone and singing a heautifut song. This singer was Steve Pontier. who was accompanied hy Bill Schwartz and his Ulyloonlight lylasqueradersfy Bill played the songs composed and arranged hy Harold Vogel. Two others en- gaged in radio were Dolores Nioore, who commented on popular menus and hest results with food. and John Hiclcey was another Bill Stern with the news ot sports. Vvhen i finally continued on my way, i made my last stop at the newspaper ollice. The Midhe New Yoric Trihunain was the largest circulating paper oi the city. i not wonder why when i lound that its editor-in-chief was Dorothy Snowden. Melina Kennedy was secretary and Edgar Shields wrote on the current sports. i was quite interested in the comic section ol the paper. The iolces were originally composed hy Carl liillig. Elmer Calvin toolx care ol the linancial ailairs oi the paper. 4 ,W - A ii t I Iinished my journey hy Ixus. Since John Jute had his own Imus Iine, I thought it onty Iair to ride in his Ivusses. I arrived in Pittshurgh in short time. The tirst thing I saw was the gas station owned and operated hy Dick IVIcGinnis. Dictc totd me that it I was hungry, I coutd get a deticious sundae at IVta'ry Yontco- vicis contectionery. Dorothy Koah was working' tor IVIary at the time. He atso totd me that Don Taggart and Bitt Schatz were undertaicers in Pittsiaurgh. A new hospitat had been erected in pittshurgh. The superintendent ot the hospital was Winnie Staneart. The surgeon was John Chogich. Among the many nurses were Dora Jean Vxfitcox, t-iIIian Haddox, Roherta Byerte, and Pautine I.owry. The dietician was t,iIIieIJeII Hutton and her assistant was Ruth Begtey. As I wattced through the haIIs ot the hospitat. I met Betty Howeti. a tamed journatist. Betty totct me that she had just come Irom howting at Jactc Grisnicicis Bowting AIIey. Vvhite she was there. Betty met Boh Snowden who was a state poticeman. Boia totd Betty that Chartes Ctapie was now manager ot a letephone company where Doris Garvin, Ruth Capo, Ciara Funichouser. and Sytvia Kusnir woriied at the switchboard. IVIary Hictcman and IVIary .Iane Stiriing were emptoyed in the company as Iong distance operators. I,ater, I went to the Syria IVIosque where .Iohn Sayreis Symphony Grcheslra accompanied tvtarityn Shatter, an opera star, in a series ot musicat numhers. I'Iere I mel John Vutcich, a toreman in the PJ and VV Tuhe Company ot Beaver Fatts. Dictc Schrama. a prominent young Iawyer, was atso there. From himit Iearned that Beverty Btinn and Iwtary I,ou Xvitson were married and were neigh hors. Doris Sattzer was woricing in Chicago as a hacteriotogist. It was Imecoming Iate and graduatty the many tights ot the city died down to a Iew. in the distance. I saw a light which came Irom a smatt house where two men were husity woricing with chemicats. Atter studying them Ior a Iew mo' ments, I noticed that they were Boh VVhite and Eart Autenreith experimenting with nitro-gtycerine. Suddenty. there was a terriIJIe exptosion which threw me to the ground. I coutdnit rememher anything that had happened. The heavens were not covered IJy the twiniciing stars, hut in their ptace were Imig rain drops. I Iooiced ahout and IiinaIIy came to the conctusion that white I had Imeen dreaming. I was thrown ott the swing Ivy the shocic ot Iightning and thunder. It was the end ot a periect dream and a perfect day. I had Imeen with the memhers ot my ctass ot I946. I was more than proud to he one among them. I ended that day Ivy praying that some day I coutd see them again. INIABEI. IBIQITSCI I PROP! IECY OF THE PROPHET Que hatmy summer day in IQS6. I was wattcing down the main street ot Harrisburg. I stopped hetore the Capitot Buitding and decided to go in. I went up the hroact steps and sauntered through the halls Iootcing at the names on the various otitiice doors. I came to one door where a new name was being put on and to my surprise the name Imeing put on was that ot my otd Iriend. IVIaIJeI Beitsch. The ottice was that ot the Secretary ot Education. After Ieading a dis- tinguished career as a teacher, IVIaIJeI had tween appointed to this honored post. I noticed that Ivtahet was stitt showing the initiative she had shown all through her high schoot days. NO RIN IA DOXVN EY Oh, You Kid! May I have the next dance Junior Class Tlm .lunior Class ol New llrighlon Iligll School is very proucl ol' the line rerorcl which il has nlatle cluring ils liirsl lhree years ol high srhool Iile. ,Ns shy ancl hewilflerecl lreshmen lhv nnernhers hm-gan lheir high svhool eareer. Through lhe eiiorls ol ils capahle aclvisors ancl oliliicers the lirsl lwo years were hroughl lo a sucvesslul close. For the llnircl year lhe following persons seryecl as officers: Presiclenl, Harolcl Powers: Vice ljresiclenl, ljrecl xlillilij SClil'l'lill'y. lilPIlllOl' i'l0ill6llI'I ,l4fPilSlll'0l', Holm liClNVill'ClS. Vliill' class wishes lo exlc-nal lllilI1liS ancl apprerialion lo lhose ollivers I aml lo lim aclyisors lor lhis year. Nlr. Hoplcins. lxlr. lxliller. anml hlrs. lllall. lor renclc-ring lheir hesl services lor its surcess. l The Class ol I047 is now eagerly loolqing iorwarcl lo ils senior year wilh lhe hope lhal the goal oi heing among the rnosl surfesslul classes lo gracluale ironn New lfrighlon lligh Srhool will he allainf-cl. l 1 EQ :- Rl INN' I llaw' I lc-llrling lxlilclrvrl Dre-ylux Nlargarcl Karr Nlaric Sailwnz- fllga Nlngnoni Dorollly Cnasl viola Allly'QflklIlPS AlllCIIil Franz:- IIPTIIIB llllillips Rila I'I0lling1'r Vllln-rcsa Gauclio lxlilvlrcml ljalsigja ,lim SIL-ppc A llluillip Salrclla Junior Class Ill HV 2 .lim I lanlingj llvgjgy Alarm il' lucly I Ivrnu-s Nvllic' Nvwlnall xlarian flarmany Ifslolla IXAIIIITIUKIIQ llc-lly llullion Slvlla lmsrzyli Ann llarlnlan .Ivan llvalv Angfvlinv I.:-zovie lu I Iilflllll cilllllliblly ROXX' I RC IVV 2 flloria Ours nlarllna I:llIlIiII0llSi'I' lflc-anor Rllmlf-S IiIf'Ell1Ol'IQl'IlH'IlI' NIHYICIYII Ifflilxarrll Ala-xrilyn Br-nnvll Sally Ixlurarli Carol Vllinmlall Donna Hnwf- Dolurvs lfyrml ROXX' I Vllom I'lc-llwling ljiftli Haflflox lfugrvnc Curt il Vvallacr- Rc:-1 Rcynolnl Pasqualf Don Housollolclr-r In I.aYcrnv Clint' Gvralcl Frau Iorrl Don Canlnor Ilulm Cl:-ar ,lolm lTr1-slnvalx-I' .linnny Kr-llvauglu IQI1llilI'KIVI'I'1'IIilI'j' cl1'I'ilILl QIIZINN IlllI'1l I.-fl Dalll, Xxlilluurllunlap ,lanct Dc-lxlarc o Helen Vigosliy Ijally Hogllm- Ylargarot Voglvr Anna Camp Ramona Doylv Ijwlly Borli Blary Louisv P1-luso ic Nlorrison RUXX' 2 llalpln Il:-ns:-l Davifl I Iayvs .lim Vvllilllv I.iSIIlI'I'I,1'IllIIl Ixlarllla filarli lxlargarr-I I'-ulalo virginia lfinglmm Dnrollly Hugln-S Illlyllis Colwcll l,on .lanv Vliarnow Sara .lanv B1-fvk fxllarlvs lrowlivs llarolnl pownrx Ilolw Ifclwarmls l'lC"l'Ulllf A RUVV 'I Ilflwin I lvrlu-r Ilvlly Ilaclu-lor Nlariv llunl I'Iilc-1-nrl-iplon .lo Ann Powell CIIIIIYIPIIK'I.HIlQIll'1'Ix1'l' lxlary .lano Vaslrinalr-r Ann Krulz lvlilrlrr-ml Vurzina I .ois Ralxinowilz Ilovorly Slmlvllr-r Rulln Ann Colc-man Ill-ny Ivlvllalllvy Doris Iloarnsal Xvillln-ml Illasauu ul I'lCTURli I5 ROXN' 3 Paul Grillulll Dun l-aflc-rm-r Coctilia flrsagjv Vlllwrvsa Iioclolinvis Bcrnaclcllv Drvvilrll Lorclla Bala-r Evelyn Kc-nnccly Sllirley Hayc-s Dolores Km-nnr-fly Belly Kala-vif Kallwrim' Young Emma .Ivan Vvilson pr-ggy Paulson .lnno CIOPIIC Bill Pall' Louis I51-flnar I'ICI'URli C ROXV 5 Ilill Srlnactlc J Ri INN' ll lony Lgllls Xvall Dwyvr Rucly IAAHIJEWIIII llolm CIIHIII Dir-k Anclorsnn I larvcy Callnoun 'll-fl Ford VVill1crlDunlap llill Cnlnar .Iulm Zuzalc I Iorlwrl Bucli fxarl Cirflc ROW' I l'Aranli Flax li Dirk finsvr liuqvm- lxlilrln-ll Davifl Iiiolcls ciIlElfIOS Srlrrivvr lolm Lilllx- .lolln Hill Holi .lc-wc-ll ,lm-k Yong:-r Ilowanl Nlillvr IJOIRIICI XIXIIUIIIRIII .lamos Ilarr Paul Iflinn Imwis Dm-nn-lx-r X Rf JVV 5 Xvallvr Yolinix lim:-ry llualliovim Russ:-ll Vvagnvr Boll flillvspim- Du-k Spiflu-rlnan Sanlo llallaglio Ijmnli Kolmv Cllarlos Ivlowry Iiarl Kircllnf-r Dim-Ii Spallr' l.ouis Romr-slrurg lamvs I allram Dirk Ing:- I I.DUIl2ll1II.l'llllIi0II Ifrf-fl lxlaw k lxlary Lou I vrrul .ll'illllxIIIIIII1'I" .lvnvlyn Clapic Dawn Erwin Sylvia Kolunllmn Nlarilyn Anderson I'Ilizal'wII1 Dougal Durollly Jones llvggy Bvll Nlargarcl Brower Dolly I Iawli llosf- Govllringj luannm- I laarluauf-r Sara I larcly NOT lNCfI.UIJlilJ IN Tlflli PlC'I'URIi o llaun Ilrwin llc-rllla l'luillip I Don Sanus Roy Spunlc Fully IIIIIIIUII l'ranm ve llrsimla Roxy 1 larli Iflfllmurlll Ih1fIySmular clI'Ill' Prim' loo IBLICIISKIRIIQ Nlolvin Vvilson lanlvs Davis lfugcno Xvinlr-ra Difk Brvllorli G4-orgv piflirx-ll lwroy lxIrI.augjlulin Nlarli Douglas ljonalcl Dwyvr llarry ljariso' llill I lanvy Iivlly Xvnriglc 'I - JUNIOR LITERARY , 'lille Junior Class luas rompielerl anollier successlui year ol' literary progranis. The Olvlvieers aiclecl grealiy in making lliis possible. Tiiey were: - Presidenl .M.,.M...m.,.....R-.H,............. RICI'lAIZl3 KXNIJERSON Vice President .............,.WNY.......,........ Jmlms LATHAM Seerelary h....,.................,,,g,Y-.......... IVIARIE I'iUN'l' iVicu'sfual ....,.......A.,..............H,..,,,.. XNIALTER Dwwgu Villllf llleme ol' lin- liirsl iilerary program llelcl in Novemlier was iiAl,lllllIlll..i Tllis inciuclecl musie, iail laSlli0l1S. a lvoolibaii forecast. lime ilislory ol ioolluali. ancl several speeriies Concerning Oeloiner anniversaries. Tile nexl program was lmeicl in December. The theme lor lilis lilerary was HVX7inler.U Tiiese anal lim ollwer spring programs ilelql during liwe year were greally enjoyecl imy llwe class, lxfluclm liianics is clue lo Wirs, Plall, our class iilerary aclvisor. Slie spenl mueim lime working oul llle programs and helping liiose wim looic parl. Tiianlcs. also. lo liwe oliier memlxers ol line faeully wlwo lmelpecl lier. NVQ now look ilorwarcl lo our senior year ancl many more lileraries. Timey have mel wilim lime approval ol' everyone ancl allorniecl Hllllill enlcrlainmenl for llie class. 'f- Hold That Pose!" Growing Up Sophomore Class lllr- Qlelss ol I0-IS is wvll on ils wily lownrrl fomplf-ling an Slli'l'4'SSlllll lwigjll SlXllO0l care-er. Plllu- zlclvzlnvonlmml lrom grcr-n llroslmf men lo soplwislivulecl S0pll0lTl0fPS was very Il0llCC2llJlC. llllw lalvnl ol ilu- Class ol H248 llas lmeen slmwn lry llme lllrev om--elvl plays. wl1ic'l1 wore greally apprecialocl lny llw euulimmrc-. 'lille Soplxomore floss also sponsoreql lwo regular Friclay vvcningj clanccs. wllicll were onjoyecl lmy llle vnlire lmiglx svlwool. blllme Class ol HMS def-ply nppreciulecl lllc 'suc'c'vssl'ul Qlllililllfl' lllI'0llLfl1 ll1e lQ434I0flO lc-rm llml was conlrilwulvcl lmy llu- class uclvisor. olr. ljainlcr. nncl llw llollowing class ollicvrs: l7lufs1D1g1sT -....,, - .,., Cfl-,xRliNCli XXVATTS Vncxa IDRESIDIQNT--- --- .o... lil.EANOR clRlSNlCli Slicnlrrrxm' ,,.,,,., .... - v.o,.. l BETTY Novosril, rl4RIiASl'RliR-..- ,,,, ...... lilu. SIIIELDS 1 Ri INN' I in-urg1-If-augvl' Im IX KI-Ivinglou III1 Imr1I I'zlIm1'r IqiISC'llIill'lf' IYISII SIlirI1-y IXI1'I5riI-Il IJnruIIlyII1mS1'l fIImIyx Suyrr' Inalllm' Rvgnvy Num y Ifif-III5 Allluilu-Ilr' f'IlllII:- :XII-rIv sph INPIIIIRIII ,Iv-rry I Iurlnmn Ian IXII Nill lI.uI I Iuul RC JXX' I IIIII I'rIxusIm IIowilr1I IxIiIIr-1' I'IIiIIip I7uIIw IIN' XmlI.1-an' IfurI IfmI1-r Sum I Irsi1Iu I'.l'2lIIIii1llI'II4I I'uuI SpiI4z-r SIIIQ-IIIS Slow- IXIIIIIIQ fiI1u1'Ii IXIujurs I"rc1I furdo RI INN' I ImmI1IIL.- III-Ivn IIlnIiM.lIx Inu Ifpslvin Rim I"nIIxinsnn IDHFUIIIY Ilowm-rs fIuI4Iiv XIIIIIIIPFIIIGI I'IuyIIi5 FIIPIIICF 5IurIIm fInu4Iin Ig:-Ily Nuvusr-I Rosa- KrIiu11 IfIiznIu-II: I,rinIz I'-any INIIIII-r I.ois JXIHII-rsou IJIVIQ I5r1'II01'Ii I'IzlrIina- Bn-wr-r I I1-rIu'rI IINILIQ ,Inv cIil'Ir'IIu ISQII IIIIQII' I:runIi CnIz-nun: Sophomore Class I'IC'I'l,IRIi A R4 INV 1 IIIII KI-sl:-r IIUII I.r'ppIu IIurImra1fIn-IIIII Ifrm-slinv fwauirnni XIIl'QIIlI1lIgl'l'IlI IDlIIllIilt HFSUII IxInriIyn ,Im ICSHII Nlifil 'AW' Iglili IxIPlUII 5uIIy IEIII Agjm-s IXIiIIf-r III-rz1IcIinv IJEIIIIPUI' I In'sI1'r I IIIIIIIIZ IIIIII IIINVIVI' RI IW 1 IfuIvin Illiklllx ,UilD. IHA Ill I 'NI I' IfulIl .Xml IIr.mrIl .Xml I'IuiIIis IjoInr1-s fwI1lpif' Igunny IIrauIsImw I'4mm is Srull I'IIf'allmrfIl'isl1i1Ix .Im-Im' VViIIimns ICIIQCIII' flrlz-II K1-n Inc IM- I Inn-I-y fIn-.1lImlm- f Y I'IC'I4l IRIQ I5 o ROXX' 1 I1uIIyI,nrisu IXIury Xvulsun fc-Ima SIIIIIII I I4'II'Il I IllIIlll4lll Ivzlll XV:-Iwr Iyf-Iggy Nippr-rl KuIIu-rim- SIIIIISIIIQVI' Ivan IXIIIH1- II:-lly Garvin ,IunoDmnIyu1Ix ,Inull NIIIIN- fIIlurInlls'Yiu1KIrIx Rl DNN' H f'IyrIv Iyilyxllll ,IuIln 'Ivmnsir 5IiIu- KII-rmxilnu I'anuI IIIQN IxIrum I InroI1I XNJIISOII Viviun IIurc'IIr-II xI1lrIIyn XXHIII1- ,Ill!Iy I ,IIIIPI I'.IiznIu-III I IJIIIIIIIUII I'.uQ1'n4' SIIIIIII Ilnwf- CHHIU-I Rr INN' I IvumIIuI'I1-y IQIIIIIII I.nv1'll Roy IXIr I5ri4Ic I,aluI IIauIiIx IUIHI R.-I-I Ij1lvi1IIIauyw Ni: IX SIHIIM' IQIVIQ Rsunwy Ii1'ilIlS1'IpIn' IauI4 IXIamypvnny I7m'i1I ,II-uIxins I'11Ixx in fIaullII IUIIII XII-im Ix IXIIISI-S IInllI'II I.14Ix RIIII-S RUXX' I I,nn,I1-rulm' Im' 'I-uIIr IIIIII NIurpI1y IIoIv Ifvn IIIUIII I,m1fxImrI1's Ray SIruiIs- cillllf SIIIIIH-r XXVIIIQIHI SHOW IN'I 1 I Im- IXross I'4I'illlIxc1ilIIIlll Ivun Ifruun 'Inc-LIpIy Swugur iiIIlll'Ii I,ilI1Yll I'IC'I'l IRIQ C RC INN' .l RC INN' 1 I uIx Dr-wIIirxI Iilll 5I1lfIJmmI1I Elf! ,INNO ',ilI2III Il IDUIHYUSI,illlQlll'1Ixl'l' xI.ury'I'riImll1' Iznu-I I'XII1'n .XnnuIxInryIJuu51Ius .Ann Rusm-nIu-rgm-r I31'IIyCm1l1r'IIy fIcrz1IcIins- IxIc'DImf-I ll I51-Ily IXIuson ISI-uy IXI4 I 'mmf-I xI.lrIIlal fJsImrn1' fXIimRifI1II.- IQRITICIIIC' Brown KuIIlrim' I,1rinIicr Vinln Kusnir Rilu UIX-I:1r'Iwr I'm1y.If-m1III-my Rilu Dunn n1Ni4'IluIsun ,Is-an I5rnmII-nIu-rg:-r cI1'Il4'N'Il'vt' XNIEIIII CIVOFQK' Ii2lIl'l'VIC Rc PNY I IIIII SyIx1-sl:-I xInrIj.ll'm'I I rm 5 Imam 5IuIIu'ny I,1lIlyIJnyIc' IXInry I IowurrI NIury fImImm CMI fIurcIon RI-ImMurpI1y KIIU- fIaI1I IxIiIcIrr'cI RIlo4I1'S Irramu-4 Isonzn I3r'vz'rIyI5r1'xu'r Ifmn AIIIIZ Ia1m'lIIn'uIx 4 NUI' INCI.l,IIJIiIJ IN 'I4IIIi I'ICI4IIIiIi ISIII IzuyIm' If Ilpll Dx nu , N RUXX' 5 I1lllIf'sII4'lIx I-I-II-IIIC..,IIl.-.1 ILIIII4-4 IXurllIll1nl XXVIIIIRIIII Nh IIUISUII I'.nrI I,rr-slum IQUIIRIIII KINIX Iulm PII-iIvr IJILIQ SIIIIZI-" ISOIY WllfZ1'I I5iII IXIc'fIruw Xfvilylu' CHIIIII-S ciI1ll'I'IlI'f' XN'uIIs XNXIIIIPI' I olllsii' Igvrun IXIoIIvr IJunuI1II.inIi Rosr- Gnu:-Irrillgf Iozmnv I IuurImum-r IJ.lx'irI I Izlys .XIi1'c' I IuZI1'II1- IIIII IIIHIQIQIIISUII .Nun I IuIIImun IIIII IImw- NlilkIl'Iyll IilkIl2lI'1II AIAUIII I IIITIPY BOI'v Irrnnlz Bornz14Iim: Kz1Ic'0vic' .Inc Krnss I3oroIIly Kysor SI:-IIn I1-swyk IQIIIII I.ImIN-y IIr'IlyIxI1fxuy Iffilllk IXIRIVIQ fImrIr's IXInjnrs DolE1IcI FII-ascI X'VanrIzx IXIiIIncr I.orr-Ilu IXIUUTI' lull-mmf IxIym-rs Gvorgfv IJIcI'ir1'II I.0llIS Rmm-sIvurQ IXIur514-ry SI1cIIicI1 IqHIIIC'I'IIll' 'IIuyIor .'X52'lll'S 'III-rr-Ii Norma .Ioan Vxvurn I .IOIIII Zlllilk SOPHOMORE LITERARY CM Now-nvllucl' 2. lO43. al 2:50 p. m.. ilu- lqirsl ol! llmc- Sopho- more' lilvrarics was pre-sonic-cl in llmc lligll sclmool auclilorium. Scvcral inlvrc-sling spccclu-s wcrc given c'onc'e-rning llwe lilvc aml worlxsof George Clersliwin. To lueller acquainl UIC aucliemw' willl llw vomposilion for wlwivlm Mr. Gershwin is rcnownecl. rcforcls ol' luis numlwrs we-rc playccl, The Sophomore Nlixcd Chorus prf-A senlecl Usunnm-rtinxen from luis famous opera. 'cporgy and PM-ssf' The lilcrary advisor. Whss Sinclar, is cleserving of lYll,lCh Creclil lor the preparation of suvlm an cxrc-He-nl program. Tim officers who presiclecl wc-rv: IDRESIDICNT .,.A.,... ,-.-,.,,,,.... I Qonm Rorxlux Vina Pm-3slo15NT ..W, ,V .... lflvm-:NL SMITH Slicnrmxm' ....H,,,,,.,,,.............. SALLY PAH' IWIARSHAL ,,...,............. ...... . 'ACK IQAMSEY + Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here! When a Fellow Needs a Friend Freshman Class Organization On SK'jJll'llllM'I' llu- liourlln. lllIll'll'0l1 llllllCll'f'll ,mul lorly-live. lim.- lirsl cluy ol llwir lriul. Nlisler mul oliss FT6SlllIlflll liucecl il severe la-sl lu-lore ilu- jury. ronnposc-cl ol llne Nlessieurs Soplmomore. .llll1l0l'. mul Senior. uppoinlml lxy llle rourl ol' fuslom. jury was lo Cll"lt'l'IIlllll' XX'lli'lllf'l' llu- lll'lit'l1ll2llllS. olisler mul Nliss Ff6Slll1lZll1. were lo lm ucmvplml us 1111-llllx-l's ol lllc- New l5riQl1lon lliglv Scrlmol SlllilClll lmomly. plillis lriul on llml nppoinlvcl clay 4111116 all loo soon lor llu' mule Illl'HllJl'I'S ol llne group. 'lille upper ClklSSlllCIl lJ6TQE1I1 lmzing llme uinno lX0lllSH willm nn illlllllllillll use ol lien powder. lipsticlc. z111cl perfume. .1 liew we:-las luler. ll1e girls were requirecl io sulumit lo pig luils. lun lies. mul rolleml clown slovliings il' 1l1ey wisl1ecl lo laecome IIIGITIINWS -rl ilu' fi. A. A.. ll10 one lligll SC'll0Ul 0l'g,f2lIllZilllUl1 open lo FFCSIIHHIII Qi llny uliler clay lxlisler 11ml lxliss Fresl1m1111 were lllfllllfll nlon . ,Ili wrong clirovlions lo llle various classrooms. Vlwlll' lriul prom-eclccl Slll00lllly enouglm. ll0NV6V6l', lor lxlisler mul oliss l:Fl'SlllIIilll prove-cl llu-y voulcl endure lmzing. Complete ll1f- slumlies ussigiu-cl llwm. uml lulcc ll1eir pz1rl in societies, vlulns. and 11ll1lelics. .luclge l:uu1lly rulecl in luvor ol llme cleler1cl1111ls and requeslecl an lN'l'll1il' nu-nl class org1111izulio11. ,lille olliuers electecl were: presiclenl. Donulcl l:lllllill0llS0rQ vice presiclenl. Rolxerl Turner: sefretary, Xvilmu li0llllt'1 lreusurer, lgClljillllill Fox. limler ll1eir leaclerslup z111cl will1 llre co opc-rzxlion ol llu' 4-nlire group lllffy fomplelecl u sulislurlory lvirsl your mul llllllllllllllilly will lu- il worllmy memlmer ol' lllff jury lor llu- ll1re-4- yl'ilI'S lil VOITIP. P L I P ! I SIlirIvy Ifvnns RC JXY 2 Dick I5iIILIt'I'b0Il IDZIIIIIY ciilllil I5uIlQiilIll1'l'ull R.nIpI1 Spii In-rllunu Ilim Swann-y Iuy I'I0yl Rh Imr4I I Inc Iwr RUIN-rl IAmm'1'rs C IMIFIPS IXPIIHIIIQII I'N'lI I'ullIiIlulls1 I I.in1Inm'r IImxa1r1I I Inys ISIII X my-I Rn'iI I0nIiins .XIIu'rIf Iilu' I'r.mIx Fpn-lnaxIx ROXV l II4InunII5ann1-IX Iiln fInIm-maui IIiIIy Snyvrs IDur1anIsISuy4'r, I ImxnrcI I.4-mu I,uIm' I,!Im IiIvurn IJul1QIauIIImIi XIII Im.-I f,mIrus1-Is Freshman Class I'ICf'l'l IRIZ ,N Row I Row 1 Row I IX Il'l'Il' Igyl'fIl' Virginia .'xIllIlIllISI NIc'Ivil1I5rvllmr lim IIHII NIuriun Ilrvslnn ,IULIIHIU tIf'pIHlI'lII I5nrIlill'n IXIRIIU Mild Dum vii: Il DumlIly SuIIivau1 ' Ijuru I5alrImrn.XIn1qulsl IJnrnIIn3 Iii-sl r4'rIRuusI1 lu IXvmIrx-xx' lI1y IJUUIIIII4- "filIll'l'Sc RIITUI f'nlIn-rinv Slursinin N Inry Iiurrvli AWS. 'XHUK' IinnI'rm1z1- L1 C ms NZIKIIIII' I'l't'l'IlilllI ,xglws X NIU Qxgjnvs Ia IJUYUIIQ' 4 IJnn.uIcI NIHIQ' Sh-vw Kumpi ROXN' LZ immy Sim In Nurnmn Slzunlon XII-Ivin ."XIIisnn lim NicIluIsun CIurm'm'4' I.cn'm-llv fIIurIx VVUIIZ.. 4' IPKI IUILI 2 QJrIu IS nr I,2lllI IXIEISUII IOC' NIJIFIKU XX uIIm'r I50rIi Ric'Imr1I YViIIiums I'IumIsI XXIIIIIZIIIIc,Ikll'lllill1y IoImIInn1-y I IlnrIl's I unIx X ulIIxu I3 urIxImI .I. - l Iamn ,IPZIII I5zurImrn I,usIiir In I.K'llIIllUll Ros:-nIwrgm-r .Nunn I5rnmIl Illlll' XVIII It IjilIll'I I rang I34'QIn-v ss s mc RC DNV 3 nm .XII,..m-sv L.--Ii NIUYRIKIK I5risIOI .Ium-5 I.1IuNimIs SI1irIry I"Iuw1-rs I'1SIIlK'!' VVQNISI1 IJ1'I0r0S RoIJinsml IB.-ny fiross I In-Ion SlJItTICOf'lll2lll 5IuriIyn IXIfGuun lxill'UIyll Igllk ITPIUI' RUII1 VVQIIKX Dimis 'I'uyIor I.0is Burr I IuvImn I InmiIIun IiQ.ymf,ml RMI. 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TI'Nf resuII OI lI1e Q-Ieclion was quile SZIIISIIIIKIOFY. For IIN' scIN1oI year IIN- IoIIowing serv:-:I IINf VIZISS weII: Pm-2sInIiN'l' ..,,...,,..s, .,.,,..,,...s,. X XLMA 5I,xsoN Xflffli PRliSlDIiN ...... ........A,. J oANN1f CEEPIIARIYI' SECRETARY , s - IVI,uzcAm:T IJALM me NIARSIYIAI. ....,...,. s.......s....s, R lcrmun Sw,xNr1v The c'Iass presenled iIs Iuirsl program al CI1risImas lime. 'IQIIYPO olIN-r programs were given during IIN1 year. TINI ,40ers Impe Io enjoy many more SIICII programs in IIN: Iulure. A. A. BAND LIBRARY CLUB TRIPLE TRIO GIRLS' CI-IORUS DANCE ORCHESTRA EIIKY O. R. DOUBLE MIXED CI-IORUS COLORED CI-IORUS MIXED CI-IORUS SCIENCE CLUB CI-IAPEL PIANISTS STAND COMMITTEE I T Alaurum Staff Io! llle momx' Xvllo pul rmlx XXIIIOH' mr llmc aupirins? Nlonvy. mom-y. XYll0.S L - ixx'c'nly-lour llours in ix clay unylnowif Does anyone- wan! lo culclu up in llis cliury? lim s fnnycme wisll lo wrile an lrooli or il sporls C0llIHlll? ls ix lxislory on llle pusl Ql'ililllilt0S nl xc lu lac cmnpilenllf Arc ilwre any lellr-rs io luv rusln-cl inlo flue rwxt muili' ljoes emu 1 mul lo linow XYll0l'6 llc- nun gel lilm llonesllyy ls llle worlcl almul lo wilness llmc plllbll hon ul il Ql'C2ll :ww lniogruplly? Asli llle Xfoifc ol lixperic-uve. lllc- lgxlilllflllll Slum. an mmswvring ilu-sv qllvsliorling. Tlxe line lorms nl llme rigglll. Umler ills' zllnlv clirec' H for llflm lion ol our ulllc- uclvisor. lxliss CiOlH'll. we arc' zxlnle lo prcscnl lo lllc pulmlim' Elie Mfxlilllflllll ol If xxlrivlr xxv lmpc- will url us il sorl ol xx'l1isli lnroom lu l'Cl.Tl'Sll your menloric-Q ' - h' N Ill lllt Nuns lu 4UllH'. lfn11'fm ...g,,...gg,,..,.,,,,,,...... gg,,,,,,. - U-, ..........,g, ,lcmx Hxfuirc FXSSISTANT lfmnm .,.A.,A,.......s,,,,,....,,,...,,,,H,... 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C vw:-,N Flin.: If "Crimson and Gold" lllis yr-ar llw Crimson ancl Golcl loalurvrl ullmunnlu-nailu lniogjrapllivs ol our In-xx lam ullx sm-mlm:-rs. opinions ol momlwrs ol our sluclcnl lvocly on ilu' quvslions ol compulsory lary lraining. ancl a popularily p A Qrr-al Sllilffx ol lllc worlc anfl worry flesfenclr-cl upon our lypisls. arlisls. ancl lJUNlllfSN Inanagvrs wllosf' worlc l1acl lo lie aldsolulvly pvrlefl. Tllis was lrIIO cspcfially in lion wluf-n wc sulvmillecl our Christmas issue lor a ronlfrsl sponsorecl luy ulfalanrc- Slll'C'l' .III juclgvcl solvly upon llme Qvnoral appearancfv ol lllc paper. W Vllliffff' VVEIS ITPVCI' El Clllll l'Y'l0lT1CHl in llllf Cll'llT1S0l1 illlfl cl0lll FOO!!! XX'lli'l'6' HPXY lJllNlIllNN nnanagvrs lno-o-o. llle vxporivrlcvcl oncs never clicl illiyllllllfj xvrrxlmgifyj wore lore'x'I-r pnlnl I ing pages upsiclo clown or lmrcaliing our lemporanmvnfal mimeograplm marlminv anrl ull r mosl anyone woulcl lry lo clo luomcworlc wllcn lla Sll0lllKl ln: grinclingj oul Copy. lloxux six supvr issuos more llman Hlililfx up lor llu: lrials anfl lrilmulalions ol llme year. lfllJlTOR-IN-Clflllilf---,. .,,,,. , ,.,.,.,,,.-.......,i,i,,,,,,, Aloinv QRINNINGIIAINI .IXSSOCIATI-Q l':DlTOR .....,..,,,,,w. ., ....g,,,,-v-..,...,.,,,,,,,o, NlARll-Q l'll'N'I' l5IIsINI43ss iXlANAGERS ,,,v,,.... l'f,xRL KIIQCIINIER - ,IIN KoIzNM,xN - lDAX'l-I HI-'I.nI.1Nu I lJAl'I. SPICIQI-1RM,xN - ,l,xCIg NlC'RlTT l5RIGII'r'N Nliwsw' .x.,,,f-..-......,.,--....,..n,o,v.,,--...,H Gmwuq R121-'nr I Jum' l'lIiRMl-.S l0IiES .,...o,,...,...,,,,,.......,,,,H.......,i,,,,,,....... 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IQOVV I IL.,-1, Cin-am-Q Hella lbunn X Iarilyn ,las lison l yllllllil tiilfslill AlI'lllkl Kl'IlIll'lly los:-plline Koller NliITgfEiI'l'l l'-ilSll Ixlargjarel I.azar Nlary cII'illlilllI ljorollly Koalv xlaruarel lin-xxer Vlilleresa fIall1lio ixlaragrel linialo Virginia lsilllfllillll Iielly ifvaum .l4lilII cifllll ll ROXY I .loan Ixiilne Delores Clapic ixlaclelvn l'.4 lillilflll Belly INICQNOY Belly ivovoscl Ixlary Yonliovic ixlary Lou Vvilson nlarie Salwaine Iylargarel Ivlarccir .Ioan Besl ielary Lou Rcaclcr Della Fox Nancy Ixlarr .luriy Henna Sally Pa-II Belly Nlason Beverly Slmlier Doris Garvin ,lune Xx7IllIEllllS ljllielrell I lullon xlilllI'f'fll.1'IIIlI'I' Rall: ixlrixliellaei Gwen Ivlilier Girl Reserves Rl JVV Ll Nlarllyn llenlwll .lunef oene ,loan lieegjie I',leanor fvrisnii Nora Blarlxlmrn Ruse lXrlQu1 Rolwrla liyerle l',lSl1',lllSlI .lanel l lenry I lelen klullia IN-ww Br-II Dolly l lawlx llally l logfile Ionic llulle Ijllyllis Colwell Caynelle Bailey lieu-rly Biinn Ifallverine lrair ixlillil l5I'ilI.lQlllL'I' ROXX' 2 .Ioan Regney Rosemarie I'-asll Nlary lane l,kllilIf'll l.ilf'ilIl0f Illmrlf-S Sally Nlorarli Plmyllis SlII'lilil1'I' Gmmlriif' Zimnuerln in Ulga ixlognoni Pauline Lowry Eclrie Lee Golrismiilx Cllarlene Langneclier Ivlilrirezl Paisiga D0fIllllj'C1JIlSl Ixiary ilirilmne Qilaciys Sayre Flarilyn Sllill-l-Pf NOT INCI. Evelyn Riefiel Anna Camp lbawn Erwin ,l0ilIllI4' 'IililflNlll"l' liileen Tiplun ixlargjaret Yogi:-r I'IC'I'URIl A ROVV 3 Norma Downes l,ois Ijmlner ixlarilyn Long oiary I Iowarri lflva .lean Braun lJ0lIllil IIUVVY' INIIIIRI tiillllll Ixlarllla Clark lJ0l'llIllyllll5fll1'S Saralu .lane ilevli Sami: Anne I Ianly ixlary Anlygylalos l,oreIIa Baker I4-nelyn flapie Nanfy Ifielfls PlC'l'URli B Row 5 Rose Klemens Peggy Paulson Norene Sc Ilael lier Sylvia Kusnir Alice Rimlclcl Iieily Ivlvcunnell Pauline Clycle ,larliic XAIIHIQIIIIS Vvinnie Slanearl ,Ioan Powell Dora .lean Vvilf ox lna Epslein Sylvia Kolumlman RUVV 4 Doris I'ry lelllllAl!llKI1ll1'llIIlll Niarie I iunl Ifvelyn Kenneciy ljofollry .lones fflara llunlilrouser Norma Irunlclnouser ixlilflllil ljunlilmusr r Nlilnlrecl l'Qll4KlUS lfay ixliller Bessie ljllIllillUllSl'I' Helly Burns Ixiary lliflilllflll lil-Ily Borli Rulli Capo Nora Lou frossley ROYV 5 lglllllly lsrilflsllinx lillyllns l,4lUl'Ill1' lzlllll Begley Yr-mia Ixlae fiom In .Ioyre Poole Peggy ifngle Elizalmctlu Dougal ixlargarel Karr .lanel Allan 'II Belly Garvin Bernallelle lJI'1'VIllll Angeline l,-1'ZOVIL'll ixlarllxa Gauciio .Iune DilllllJll1'll ROVV 4 Iialrifia Nlowry Sllirley Ixlelirien ixlary Vvalson Doris Pearsall Dawn Blaric Erwin .Iac ide Niorrison Nlary Louise Peluso .loan olellleny Ann Rosenlwerg 'Ilona SillNYill'lZ liillllfffifiif Sll0lSIl1f,fi' Belly Howell Rila Falliinson Rall: Goelrring UDED IN THE PICTURE Sylvia Kolumlxan Anna Douglas Anna Krliuc .Ioan Enlie Viola Amygfcialos Ifiizalwelll I Ianlillun .XllIf'liiIl:l'il!1Z fieralriine ixI4Danel Stella I,esc zyli - .Iumly IVI4'DaneI l.lDII,lilll1' V-IIZIYIIUXV RGXV 3 Ann lylaillis II4-len I.co lilllillll Jean Vvlison .Iune Vvilliams Rullr ixlrifnrizle Iwlary .Iane Vaslwimli r Doris Sallzer Nlary .Ianc Slirlinff Lillian Hiuclcllrx .Ioan ixlarlin Ixiilrlreci Vurina Helen Buliisfali Franres Scoll .lean ixlilne Pafly liariso Dorollly Powers x'IfQIIlIllRl'1'lll Norma .lean Vvurxe leresa Berieliovim lu RONV l RC JVV 2 VAL .....,... ,...... r i1l'4'ilsllrCr ....,,....,,.., .,,,, S in ini ciimiringum ....... .... X 'iifff Plwsilicflli .... .... i ,rogjraln Cilairinuil ixiARR .... ...... I Presicienl BE'ivi'Y ....... .... Ni usic Cviililiffilflll .......... ........,. A dvisor BIi'l'l'Y MQCONNIQLL .... ....... S ecrclary Girl Reserve Cabinet fine oi' time most outstanding ami successiui seasons tor liwe Girl Reserves was lililt oi I0-'13-I9-'I6 under tile guidance oi ixirs. Brant. There were two meetings a month, one iueing slricliy ivusiness, anci time other ioeing strictly sociai suciw as dances and iwiices. Reiresiw- ments were soici al the Recrealionai Center ice skating rinic wiwicii was openeci in 1943-1946. Tile two major activities were the Cilrislmas Formal and tide Niay Day Festivities. Time V inslaiialion of oihccrs for ti'16 next year conciucteoi our activities for time year. ,i:iiS5i,,w1 H 5125 RAY HODGI-1 IOI IN CUNNINGI I.XNl l3.Xl.If DAVIS IQNRI. Al "l'lfNRtfl'l'l I Pl'l'Sl1lt'lll via' l,l'1'Sl11l'lll Sf'1'l'l'lUY'y Vlwrvusurrfr Hi-Y IIN- lli-N parlifipalecl in many afliyilios cluringj llw yvar IUIS-I0-lfl. rlllw yory iinpressiyv Ili-Y incluclion cert-mony lor new mvmlxvrs tooli place in llw varly lall. ilqlur yearly election resultccl in lllese ollicers: Ray llotlge, prosiclenl: llolmn Cunninglmain. vivo presiclvnl: Dale Davis. secretary: liarl AlllCHfCllll. treas- urcr. vllluc survcsslul pep meeting in llic Dawes Gymnasium in tlue allvrnoon lwlorc llm Now lSflQlll0Il-BPilYf'l' Falls gamo was sponsorecl lvy llie' vlula. Dc-legatvs were sc-nl lo llm annual Qlclcwr Boys' Conlvrc-nc? lu-lcl tlnis year in Pittslmrgll on lDl'K'f'I1IlJC'I' I. fl. 5. Svyvral clanfcs wc-re sponsors-cl lllfllllgfltfllll llw year inrlucling Ilm lxig annual Spring Uamw' at wllifll a lloor sllow was llw lnigllliglll ol' llw vyc-ningj. i As we lc-ayc. wo luopc llual llw rlulm may lx- as surrc-sslul in tlw lulurv as it lnas lwvn in lllc past uncler llw alulv guimlanre ol lxlr. lxlillc-r. wllo lias worlu-cl iirvlessly willm lllc Hi-Y mmnlrcrs ancl ollivvrs. 'DICK ANIIIIQKSON RALPH ASIIIAZNIIA JOI-IN BAIiIiR ELIVIIQR CALVIN JOHN CI-IOGICII CtARL CIRCLE JOHN FRESIYIWAT IQALPH Q1AUIJl0 'DICK INGI2 LIIPII IZIZ Hi-Y Members 'JON JACKSON JOHN JUTE IZDNVARD KISIC ZIQLKO KRUZIC 'DAVID I-ECKIiR 'DICK MCGINNIS EUGENE NIITCIAIIQLL XKIILLIAM SCI-IATZ XVILLIAM SCI-IWAKTZ HOOAII SIIILLIIS IJICK SPAIIR JAIVIIZS STIQPPE HAROLD XIOGEI. LOUIS XIRANA DAVIIJ VVATTS MIiLVIN VVILSON LEXVIS ZIETTLE . lf1'vryfmcfy upu - i'Louclvr INIIIWICCZCH HCNQHIOII. pu! your books clown . . .H Cheer Leaders IXJNALIJ SAYRE Rlc'n.xr:n lxm-1 JAMES XX7HlTTI,.I LI-QANOR c:RlSNll'li ,lo JXNN HARRIS HILL Sc'l1w,xRTz v 1 ROXV I Donna l larris Nlary Ann lrlloy Nilllliy .XINIPYBOII 5l.xr1far1'll'illl.uIo RK DNV I ,lofavpllillv Kollvr Xlargan-I ljasli l Jorollly ljaily Alary l.uu Vvilson Nlary Yonliovis Nlaric- Sailmc-no ll:-gjgy Nlaroric' llaulinf- Lowry loan Bvsl nlary l.ou Rm-acl:-r llvlla lfox Nam y Nlarr ,lully Hr-rlm's Sally llall llullufrol-luring ROXV I lxalllvrinsr l'air Sylvia Kolumluan nlarilyn ,Xmlvrson llally l login' fiaylu-llv lglllllj' Sully nloramli Girls' Athletic Association RC DNV 2 lunn- ljallm-rson lJllf0llly Vllinlilvr lunr- Ann Nlrljam-l ,loan fir-plsarcll llorollly Swnsla l'fillll US cimlffllll Rnlll fiol-luring Illilll l-l'llllIl0Il lflvirn llonzo Nlilfy tlfilllillll lulifllllly Kllilll lflli-n K:-nm-ily RC DNV 2 l Jllllnll l.llll HUXX 1' vliln-rc-Sa fialulio Rosr-marivl"asl1 Nlary .lanv ljalaii lr lfls-anor lil-ml.-S Sally Floracli lllrillis Srliclllc-r Kllllflll' ZllllllH'fllIilll lllga Blognoni llaulinx- Cilyglr' lfllriv l,.1'1- cn0lllSlllllll LilHll'lt'H1'l-iIl1lfIll'ilil'l' Blilclrc-cl llalsiga Nlary Vlirilmonv liranmvs l'-ivlcls llc-v1-rly lllinn I'lC'l'lIRli ,VX RONV 3 loan llvrrlllolcl liarolyn llavln-lor l lc-lrn Slllllifxflllilll i ,lucly l'l4-rmr-S cillilFlC'll1'l.ill1LfIll'llil'I' iliona Sc lnxarlz lllillll1l'XillllI Virginia lslllgflllllll xlilmlrml ljalsiga lc-nolyn filapiv Blilflllil Clarli fiallwrinc- Slarsinic lsllfllilfil Nlalovilali l'iSllll'l"IIiIy1'S l'Kf'liURlf B s fn Row is Nlarylou l loclgjlxinson lfrnvslim- Ciaironi Dann lfrwin Doris l larlliolll Sluirloy Ann Sli llrivn ljonna l.ou liomlrcw Norcnv Srliacllr-r Sylvia Kusnir Iafkif- Xvilliams Vvinniv Slam-arl ,lil IXIIII lJUYYl'll lna lipsli-in nlary Ciluapman l.orainr- l.ins lflvira llonzo Kay Sluolsingjvr RUXX' I l.ois l.in4lnvr Xlarilyn l.ong Rulll Xll lfrimln- Kalllvrim' live-gglv lic-lly Snymlvr Xvinniv Slanvarl llvlly l Im llaulino Clyrln- Rila lla-lu-lm lwr Alilclrwl Rllolll-S Nlarylin lxlffioun ,lumly N ll Ilan.-I l lu-rx-sa C uaumlio Alary llc-nson ROXX' I llarlrara lll-Qlin l.alJonna Daily laullic- Nlorrison Nlary l.ou P4-luso lln-lly Comm-ll Dolorcs filapiv Alia- Rillclul loan Nlallwny .Xnn Rosr-nlwrg l'14-llyllowvll illona Sc llwarlz Rila lialliinson Alia- fiolll li-an liranrlcnlu-rg:-r Yiola fxlnygclalos Nora l,ou cirowslvy X ivian Burn ln ll RC IVV 2 llvlly ljullion Xliu- Vliiplon vlly Baum lllnanor Grisnicli le Ill! kl -I Dofllls lo Ann Harris xxlill I I Kyl li I Illl' l If kit- Xvilliam Xffnl-N X asillio ss s PlC'l'URlf C RONN' 3 nlargjarcl llalnwr Sally Pall' Rila Dunn Doris Salim-r lvlalilyn lim-nncll Donna Carson Nora Loc lflarlilrurn BunnyBra1lslluw Nlarilyn Jarlison lflvonor Rlloclcs Pc-gjgjy Paulson .loan lylillncr lflizalu-lll Dougal nlargjarvl Karr RUVV -I lelllll Jxllll c UlI'llliI1l Nlary .lanv Vaslnimlvr 5larylam'Slirlin1I ixlary Yonliovin lxlarion llrvslon ,I0illlCll'1'l'I' Nlhfil .lK'illl .illlQllllIl Clnrislinv Sfrailz- lillllllii .IUZIII x'XvllSIlll ixlancy lficlzls .loan Rcgncy Sara Harnly llllyllis Colm filaclys Sayre ixnloinl-lli' fillulc- ROVV 5 lflm-anor l Dixon ljorollly Vvs-ssc-l Nlarim- l lunl Nlary l lowarrl Nlary l.ou Vvilso ,lunc Xvillianus Sara .lano Bi-1-k Dorollly Hugln s IH-Iggy lil-ll Dolores lxloori- lvlilclrvcl Vucina ll Kallwrinv Colonial: lJor0ll1y5ullivan Naclim- l'rc-rllaul lfslllcr l,0lllCll l.Hll Ilkllif l HTIIUXV s s f NUT INCLUIDEID lN THE PICTURE s lil-lly llals lic-lor Nlarllua Gauclio .loyzv ljoolm- Norma ll'illIixxllll'll'l lil-lly nlc fionm-ll .loan llr-one-ll Sara llarlnnan H4-lon Klullia Ymla Blat- Cow ll ,lam lin- Nlorrison Anna lxl-ary Douglas l.illi1-ln-llllullon lgvlly Novosl-l fvallwrinm- lfrnlor l,orc-lla Nloorv ixlllclrc'1llJn-ylux llliyllis l.uu-nlx- Rulll ll.-gli-y ROXY 3 l'ilY1l,lI'iIIllgfilllll C lara l'lllll'illUll4I'F laiwl l ll-nry l-.hip .lusli I lorolluy llowvrs Slxirll-y Xvinlvrs Nlarylou l lomlgliinson lxlarilvn Nlrlloxu-ll lfulll Nlic IW-I ll:-lly llurns 4-Qgy lfnglv Nlary l lirlunan ll lfmlillu lfmlillarsll Nlvril I Illllllllfl Virginia liorlclanl Nlargarz-l Xoung' RUXX' 7 .xngl-linv 1.1-vi-vil ll - I. lfllllllii loan XX ilson l'n'QQx l'aulson lloris lj:-arsall - xlanlr-lyn lxlxluarcll .Xnn llllillis ixlary .lanv Yasluinrla-r Doris Sallzcr Xlary .lanr Slirliim l.llllZlIl l lanlmlox l lc-lc-n l.:-o Nlarilvn Xvoll glrirlvv firall ljorolllx' l larslinif lll-lly llorli 'l'ln'rc'sa limlc-liovil li l.or1-lla llalil-r xlarian lion-n RK ,NV fr ljoris ljry lflvanor Rvim-ln fxlma Nlason lllls-on l,inli lfvm-lyn Kc-nm-ily ljlllfll ia Nlowry Norma Doum-y Clara lfraugluli-r .loan li:-Ogle .loan nlarlin lwlary Vvalson l,ally Glass Rosv Krlnu: Rolwrla Byvrln- Nlnryl.oul'1-rroll fally ljullion l54'rnamlm'll4- l Jrvviln l f -1 G. A. A. Cabinet Rum I Rom Q Rom 'S ifciria- i.:-v Ciuirismilim Nurs:i-n-z'iiia1iQimurn Rai in-i ilmimis xiary .lane Sliriingj. xiii 4- i'n-siaivill Aix-riiyn .ia4'iism1, Rn-pork-r ijiiian i ialimiox. ilri-siclvnl i'1slilc'ri,1'iL1ril, iiasiivlimii ijilyiiis ciuiwm-ii, ixiisu-iiaxlwirlls inriiii-Vviiiianls,Smiaifwiulil'll1al1 i Ein-anur Grisnii ix ixiissiiuiximr-1, A4ivisur iuann i iarris i 5iaryi.m1iJs'rruli iilliil Cuvilring Doris Salim-r, Sm rvlary-'iirvasun-r i 'ic-an Aiillm-r. ilmigjm-imii i'c-gfgjy ijauisun iam-l ii1'nry.ixiusi1imaii L iuinl ijnuvii, i,UiIli '5ll'llI Ainrx'i,ulliJi'il1su, xilliivvililii 5 . . niqilfx year oi' 19115-IQ46 was one of unusual activity for liie G. A. A. umicr lime ieaci- ersilip oi lime Caiminet and the sponsorship of Niiss Hoibixs and ixfiiss Haiama. G. A. A. pins were inlrofiuccci limis year. An awarci banquet, at wixieil well-earned awards were presented. was anoliner iealure. Time ciuim was ibusy iill'OLlQ'il0llt time year wilid voiieyimii and imsiiel- imaii iournamenls. bowling parlies. sponsoring dances, ami piaynigixls. Tile seniors i'l0lHT liual nexl year wiii inc jusl as cnjoyuiyie and successful. Library Club Our small lxul wc-H-organize-cl group was heaclecl lay lxliss Nlary Heisoy llmis year. This J sponsored sew-ral dances and ollwr forms of onlc-rlainmenl llnrouglmul llm year Sur- 4CNNl'llHY. 'Hui nlvlqiuws for l943-I0-I6 we-rc: IJUROTIIY CiOAS'I',,, ,,,,,... . ,. ...,. IJRICSIDI-.N'l alma' XVUNKOVIC ,,.,,,A --,S1iCRlaT,xRY ANU VVREASUI z Xx7ill1 llw fxmrmlmvralliorm of Illv sponsor ami lim oniivvrs, IIN- Clulx !1. 7 vnjuvvrl a plvasanl IIQAN BRKNI7lfNl'slfRCllfR .xljlflf GOLD l'llYl.l.lS SCWlllfl"l"l.lfR RLVHKI LUXPO lllfl.lfN KLUTKA UIfNlfYll.X'lf VVKHI. NI.-XRVIQIIX f'l..XRKIf l5l'.'l"l'Y NLXSON VXIQY VPXIQKFYIV IJURUIIIY 1'H,XS'I' NIXRY MNH I'.Xl.,XIl'Ii l Music is fhr' If'iZI'l,'0I'SfLl LfL7Lfj'Hf!fjP Xvilln our new music' supvrvisors. Niiss lc-mpic-Inn nncl Fir. Fic-ming. our music' cieparlmenl inns lmci n nmsl cw-nlivni nncl SLlC'Cl"SSiNlII yenr. Aside from link Cinrislnms progrnm nncl our nnnuai spring concert. lin- ,. lmnql and cinnrnscs iunvc been very native. lile snmnlicr nimrnscs nnci lripic lrio provided TTILICII enlcrlninmc-nl. - V 1 l.ul us nol iorgvl our ioyni rimapei piunisls. John Snyrc. Maxim' Bvilsvll, unci IESHICT Scoll, who IIZIVC sn nimly ili'L'0IlljHlIlil'Ll ns in our group singing. N New Brighton High School Band Vlllw lmml lm lmevn unrlvr lllc 4-upalllv clirvclion ol lxlr. lliflmu cms H lluring llle- loollhull season lllis orgjzmiznlion plnyf-fl ul all Qmnes. mm f 0 Nl llFITlS on llwir program lor llwe year were sz-verexl puraulvs. lmslcellm UZIITHN an VOIIIIIIPIH f'llH'lll 2lL'll lTl,L7Tl-Q 1- l,IL'CUl.U C,NLARlNl3I'l'S lxolmz-. NX llnm Slmllllm-r, l3f-vw-fly Sllilllvf, lxlnrilyn fll"lllill'fll, ,IUJIIIIIU fI0l4lSlllllll, l'.4lrl1' l 11' l DR U M s l5ralLlSlIi1XY. lhlllllly lxullllv, Tilllli l-IC'lilS, ljlillcllll l.inlQ, Donulcl le-l'l'l, .lllllll l.ull4u1, lsuli l lmlQliinNml. Xvil l'-lvl1lN.lJen'i1l hlnrr, Nancy lfnum, ll:-lly fllymlf-, llaullim- l,illlIiilII. lurm-s lxlr Conn:-ll, Holly Sl llfilllllll. liilfl Nlt'DElIllf'l.cll'Y'illfllI10 Xyillizxms, .lzxrquc-linv lalclisun. Nliirilyn NIHYUT. Cill2lfll'S Nlc'l.uuglulin, .lcwm lJUNVl'll. ,lil ,QIIIIU Slm-lv. Kulln-rinv ljvrrc-ll, Rolu-rl Slrzuilo, clllflilllh' Gr:-or, .lm-am llln'l'i1-y,ArlPln- lfi.-Ill, lrrzznrvs llnllorsnn, .lum- lltlXXf',Xxlllll1Ill1 'ville-s. llwir swlson wus flimuxf-fl willn El m'0m'Prl Ill llu s 3 pliRUMPl-IT AVRUINIISUNIQS NI x mm TTI-S Xml-I, l lurolrl l3l'lli. lilllll'! linx, D.-Ill. lxlcxill. ,lmli l lays, Dzwiml Com lu, Russ:-l lfmrli, Xvzxllc-r Sz ull, lrramm-s GIf.ss,l'm1y Nlnlguuglslilx, l Orson cillllfll, ,lrmll S,xxoPH0Nrzs l'm-wa-r.Rulpl1 till! USU, CIPOY-4 llmun, lvzxn lim-nnvll.Snl1ny Xvl'2lQ1'Y'. lm FRENCH l'l0RN Calvin. l',lmc-r Rmllsvy, Nlirinm BRASS l'l0RN Knrlnllu. lillllva COLOR CEUARD llllllll c,lllllllllQlIllIII S1 llwnrlz, Xvillizmu cwlIklI'll'S ljlivln-r flvplmrnll, Xxrilliaum clt'Ul'Qff Rfllwfli l lunl, Curl lumz-4 llmrr N Uirvvlor. lN'lR. vlTl,liMINfL A , -' , A, V ,1 l . ff 'JJI J ' 6s t M rf x ' , M ox N , l i 'i 2 i li i 4' igjfliyiu Mixed Chorus 1, AUncler the Capable clirection ol: Miss Templeton the iwiixeci Chorus presented a num- her of successful performances aceompaniecl hy Virginia Reehl anci Thelma i'iamiilon. Among these was a Chapel program in which the numhers. H0pen Qur Eyesf, Uiirie Canaif' anci UYou,ii Never Yvallc Aionef, were sung. The annual Christmas Vesper Serv- ice. a nice rendition oi uvvhy the Chimes Rangfy impressively given against a hacicgrounci oi holiciay greens. Caused much Favorable comment. The soprano solo in Nielius Chrisf tiansenis Hiiuliahy on Christmas Even was sung' hy ivlariiyn Shatter. The traditional Spring Concert was given in Coilahoration with the instrumental groups. The nine who attencleci lviidwestern Chorus heici at Eilwoocl City this year retnrnerl tall ol' praise lor lVir. Ehersole, who ctonciucttecl the large group. ROVV I RONV 2 ROVV 3 ROVV 4 NOT iN l'IC"l't 7RI Niarilyn Shaiier Delores Ciapie Ruth Coehring liarolml Cillill1fllf'I' Harvey Calhoun .ioyce Poole .loan blilne .laines Keihangh Charles Kellmaugflu George Rohn-rls Vt-da iviae Coueh Ruth isfilllfil .ioanne iviartin ljaui Smith Leo Cz-tnar iflcanor Rhodes Norma liunliliouser .loan ivlatileny lames Knrnman lflizaln-tl: l lannilton Dora .lean Vvilrox K3lllCfil1C!i:iliF Niary firailznn .Axugjustine Cosentino Evelyn Ricriei Evelyn Nioore il:-len Klutlm Rollin Roarlt iviary Lou Reatler .loan i.ennnon Ann Pilillis ,iiln lion ler Alice Riclcile Ruth Capo ,l4ilC'llllil ilannillon George Xvhiti- iX!IiSSrllf'lillplf'iUIl igZtCltl'lDt1llClS ciilyl'lf'lll' igilillff' lbtlllilill cYlIi'tf'il'5 Ginnie Rt-1-LI Rosemarie iiaslu filmlys Sayre Rohr-rl Xvhile iviariiyn Xvollve Bettie Snycler Nancy lfieliis Iiill Cetnar Vivian iiureirett loan lin-rrlulolrl lean hiilne ,lolln iialxer lic-tty cwUHIlf'lly i4iYt'lyIl K1'llll1'4lX' iillllttt' SIVIYIH' llbllll iel'l'l ina Epstein lfvoli 'turner Donna Carson his-lvin Allison igtlHllV igI'FHlFllilXV RUIHTI ll4lItIll'l Colored Chorus This your lho Colorecl Chorus was Illlllfxl' the clirc-cilion ol hliss Vllernplc-lon who is new in New lirighlon lligh School. :Xl lhe ,lunior High School il pro- rlvcl El clvliglilllul program ol some ol lhe spiriluuls which were ils vlliel lonlurc lhroughoul the your. Xvilli lhe hlixf-cl Chorus il visilecl all lhe svhools in You ighlon lo sing Chrislmns carols. TIN- yvuris worlc provecl lo ln- very cnjoyuhli o ull the mvmlwrs ullhough il wus lmmlirnppecl hy the small numlwr inlf-rvslvml ROXY I ROXY 2 RUXY 1 ,Nm m l'immf NIINJI' i-ii. plf-l liii l...rll-i lml- lir lllx H lllarolil I5.1m-ll 'Nlmf -l Sl.:-ll'il-lil Iolm I li llll- y Ill-lim-S Rohn 1Nl... Iiill ll .l11l- 5 Nl. .fl- l.Xml1-rwn IE. llX FHM IW-,mln .1.- XXXL ..1. NIM-N limi Illml-I -----k - W- A un- r Girls' Chorus illllis year. as in previous years, ll1e Girls' CllOl'llS lmas proved lo be one ol llle oul- slanclingf musical groups of New Brigglllon Higll School. The cllorus, consisting ol some lilly girls, was larger lllan in preceding years. Earn of ll1e lour Classes ol llle sclmool was well represenlecl. Uncler llle Capalnle direclion ol lVlr. Rivllarcl Fleming. llle Girls, Cllorus lmas innnensc-ly enjoyecl singing al various limes :luring llme year. ROVV I Doris Greaves ljoris Ilaflllr-lrl Alien Rirlrlr-l l.ois Ann Barr Nlary Yonliovic Nora Lou Crossley IJ lnrmrxax Harris Barry Garvin Slnirlcy l-'I qrxx 1-rs llorollmy Yxlinlxlcr Sara .li llmc- I5 4-a: lc lX'larilyl1An4f 4-r, on lxlr. lTlt"llllH1f Rf JXV 2 .lOilll Zilllll Dilfllllly' Vlfrfssl-I liilr-on l.inli Delores Clapir lna Epslein Rrla l'allirnson e,'.,n.r. cJ5,.,0.,r1 Ha-lon Klnllca Eslllor l lays Rosa- Cl lpl- lxring Dolores lVloorc l-2lilllIlll1' D?lIll'5' ROVV 5 Dorollly Dailey Doris Garvin ,loan Haarlmanor Slxirlry xvinlors Nlarllla Str-4-I .lost-pllino Koller Bully Nlccoy lN'lary Ann la-Roy Viola Kusnir Qlalluerine Carr Wlolly .laclcson .lacquelinv Slllllll l'.llZkIll1"llIl'lilllllll0ll ROXV 4 F:Sllll'f' Sroll l,illic-ln-ll Hullon Dawn lwlarie Erwin Blary l.ou l-loclgliir lsrw n .lu rlc' Xvilliarns Nlablr- Br-itsclr Belly l'l lrxx' CII Sllirley A rxrl b'I1'l5I'll'Il .luvly lVlr'Dz xrlr ' l Flw ,l r-arr1 Braun rsmfly mi ..,. loan Slllllll NOT INC'l,lFDlflJ .Xlvvrla Gmlrarn Nlary Louise l lawli lxlarian Bon-n Yr-ra l-lUIlIIlll'l Virginia Corlllarll The N. B. H. S. Dance Orchestra Plqllis yl'i-ll' llle flume 0l'flll'Sll'il. umsislingj ol eleven pix-res. wav- umler llle sponsorsllip ol lVlr. Fleming. Tlmere wus ax larger memlnerslnip llmn usual. Vlglle SEIXOpll0llCS were plnyecl luy Bill Howe. Bill Schwurlz. Rulplu Brewer. nncl Bill Cleplmrcll. Thr- luruss section wus eomposecl ol llurolcl Vogel. Davicl Hayes. frleorge Ginn-srl. nncl Rulplm Bennet. YlQlll' Vllyllllll wus well lnlxen rare ol lvy ,lolm Sayre. .lolm Reel. anal Elmer fulvin. Tlxe sluclenls spenl many an enjoyalmle evening clelrlcing lo llleir cnplivuling music. f 1 Double Mixed Quartet Alllmouglm il lwgzxn ils aclivilivs rullwr lnlv. llu- lboulmle lxlixvcl Quurlcl llaul il lull svlleclulc lllis ye-nr. They sung nl llle Xvomunvs Club nncl various olller mm-lings. Tlq-ey also loolc parl in llmc Spring Convcrl, ilElfITl0IllZlllQ in their sc-vcml numlmers mul proclucing a very pleasing elvfeul. DSOIHTIIIU Niuuww Suixrrifu lil-:-pxxou Rl-longs 'IQUIIOI' .lolm Hixmiu JIM STlLPl'li Allo IQUTII CIUEHRINLL ISUNNY HRAIJSIIANV ,gUSS Srifvii l'oNT1ER .IOIIN Qillllilllfll , Q 1 Snimy Si 1.f1f Img Ibn-.ff It MNNH IBINUIIANI YIRGINIQX RI-flilll. Rl "l'Il LUXIKD MISS 'I ICMPH ION ,IOQXN MILNI-I MARY LOU RIQADI-QR 'l'lIIfl.BlA II.fXMlI,'IUN ROSICNNRIIQ I ",f' X SH DORA ,IEAN XYILCOX IiI.IZM3li'I'll II.'XMIl.'I'ON liXl'l IIQRINE IZXIR Triple Trio Somelixing new ims been acid:-ci lo lin- music rim-pnrlmc-nl ol Now Hrigiilon iiigjim School. il is an organization popularly known imy ils me-mlwrs as uixiiss Templetonls Torriiiic Triple Triof, To others. il' is jusl Triple Trio. During lin- yc-nr il ims been ilCilI'Ci by several New Brigillon ciuins zmci lim roporls imvz- in-on i.woi'uiJic-. its members ure: FIRST SUPRANO Sl-QVONIJ SOPRMXNO .XLIUS iI1Yill1lH'lsillgflllllll Kuiilwim-i7.1il' iiiwiixlal I lumiilun Dom .iczm Vviiuox Rulin Campo Rosmnau'ir- Iriltill Ninry Lou Reader .loan ixiiinv ifiixaxln-lil I'I2llllih0Il Chapel Pianists l'.S'I'lIl-.R 5l'H'l"l' xi.Xl5I'.l. itll-.I'l'5l'Il .lonx SAXRL filR.Xl.I7INL NICIJANLI. illlil Uilfly Ovvry IIl0l'llilILf il ul'K'I'lalil1 IVUXYN Cillllii IH' SUCH fllllllillgj lu lin- uncliloriuni lueiore fimpvi. lin-so wc-1'zr lime viiupvl pmnisls. ,ioim Snyrv. an Svnior and lim only ont' oi lin' pizlnisls from iflsl year. COIlllAiiHllf'fi inililiuiiy unrl i'vgxliuriy lo lim enjoyrnc-nl ol Cimpei 'my his cnpnimis- e'1c'c'onnpz1l1yl11g. rilu- nx-xx' pinnisls. who provvcl lo iw vvry wlillniwic, xvvre Iwo Senior girls. Biulmci iivilsmil zlnci iislilvr Svoll. The pinnisls il1'COYTllHllli0Cl lin' shlclvrlt imociy in liivir singing and piayvci iior lin-in as liwy enlvrvci and 'vit lin- auciilorium. Tiwy wc-rv also rr-ncly anal willing lo play lor lin- various progrmns unrl alrlivilics liirougiioul llmc ye-ur. Iieiiinci lilo srvlivs lim slugc niuningfms, Ciimrics ljoxviws. Don Nlfcillliflllfjil. .nnrl PPM- Rcvviunl. werv rtlsponsiimic- for opvralling liw iigfiils. lin' rurluin. :incl lin' Sflllllli Cqllipmvnt. i i A Science Club I lin Oclolzer I. I043. llie liirsl rneeling ol llu- newly reorganizecl Science Clulr ol Ncw Brighlon lliglw School was helcl in llie high school auclilorium. During this meeling an Executive Boarcl and llie olllicers were elected. Nlonlhly meetings were held. fjulsicle spealcers. movies. ancl experimenls proviclecl very inleresling. valualmle. ancl eclucalional programs. This clulm was sponsorecl hy lxliss Camp- lmell. a luiology teacher ol lllis school. All ol us hope lllal il will conlinue lllrougll- oul llm Coming years as llrvsiilvill an aclive organization. vice l,l'l'SlllI'lll .... Svcrc' lury ..... 'lwl'f'USHl'K'l' IfXI2CU'l'lVli BOARD fllllllflllflll ......,,,. ljml ,lnlm lnlllc lJOIldltl.XllCll!ilI1 Uaynvllz' Bailey lmrcllzu llalicr lic-lly llaum loanlir-1-wflc X irginia lgingllaln liclly Bork l'.lllll'l'c1lllYlll llrll l 1-lnar lcnclyn Clapic l.f'lnllu Il Rullr Ann folr-nmn llc-lly Hou Phil Dalhr-y Anna lxlary l Douglass l lf-len l'lullman l,illi0l'zrfllllul1on Nlilrlrf-rl Dr:-yliuss Byron .laclceon Xvillwrl Dunlap Nlaric l lunl llallwrinc lfmlr-r .lim Kcllmaugh Rila ldalliinson livelyn Kcnnnfly xlargarm-l ljasli l'1arlKirrlunc-r lolln DUIIIIEI l4l0WVl' lDklVl' l-0K livr Rolaerl l,c-ppla ,,,--Dicli ixlcfiinnis ----Davc Vvalls ,,,Nancy lfir-lcls ----,lancl llcnry ------- ,,--------,,,7f'lli0 lXrllZl4 Eleanor Rlxoclc-s lilI'Zll10l'l'll'llH'llf Francis Yagelowiz ll 'lic-cl ljorcl Cfllarli-no Lang .lucly NlcDan0l lrvin lxlillor Dolores floor:- l.ors-lla ixloorc' flharlcs lxlowry Pally lvlowry Peggy llnulson ljally ljariso Joyce ljoolc .lllrly l'll'I'Ill0S ,lic-Ll Dallu-y 1 L icc 'cr flu-slr-r Roscr phil Saluclla Doris Sallzz-r Vllona Scliuarlx lfugcnc- Srlmllcr Kalllryn Sll0lSll!Ql'l' Dirlx Spalwr Xll-rlv Spiclu-rnian Xvinnim- Slancarl Carol 'liinclall lb!! l llulllil RUSS wxflllgfllf' I' l Dora .lcan XVilcox llolm Xxlllilc lilllIllil.l1'ill1 lmwis Z1-Illv Xvilsim Stand Committee ulll'ill1lllSlu Ullil' lil'0illlllH Hciilllllylu HfXNX'. FOIHI' 011 .... WVOU NX'illll SONIC. il0Ilil ylllllfu lyovs lllal recall ilu- lamiliar siglul ol lllc Svnior girls lucgfgjing you lo lnuy all lllvir slorll so llwy voulcl sil clown aml walclu tllc game? ililw girls clicl a lim- jolm llmis year. lmaving solcl swvols al all llw llomc loollmall ancl luaslu-llnall ganws. lil coursv. llwy roulclnll llayv clonc- so wr-ll willuf oul a lilllv lu-lp llrom tim luoys. anfl all lllv souncl aclvirc' ancl leaclvrsliip lrom Nlr. Taylor. lin- sponsor. Rvrnernlwr. loo. your clisappoinlmcnl xyllcn llle all-imporlanl Beaver Falls loollvall game- xyas poslponecl ancl llmr' corsage you luacl lwouglul lrom lllv Slancl Commillo willecl lu-lorv llw gfainc was playvrl? Vlqlll? Slanml Commillcc also llanfllvcl tlw salv ol sc-nior namo carcls. biqllfl proliils l lrom llu-sv various 1-nlerprisos were approximaloly llw sann- as llmsr' maclo lasl ye-ar. ancl. as is , cuslonlary. worn' use-cl lo llelp Covor lim Cosl ol printing llw Alaurum. Salurclay mornings al lsalyis . . . Salurclay afternoons al llmc lic-lcl . . . Slucly llalls spcnl Hworliingn in lin- laluoralory. All in all ills lx-en ol' XYOI'li illlil plily. Illlil NYK' HH' illi Qlilll lllill NYC llilll lill' fllilllfl' lo SPFYC lllis small way. S'r.fxNn CNUMTNIITTFI4. lxlmim-jusinv Ralplu fiauclio Clara ljunlilnousc-r Nlary lliclunan l lfugcno Sl'llilllfK'I' Rlllll Bvglcy lielly Burns livlly llowvll Doris fireayos Sylvia Kusnir l'r-ggy lfngls- Pl1yllisl.uCe'nlv ,loan lieeglc 1 .lanc-l l lenry Dlary Yonlcovict lfsllu-r Sroll . . . live-nings al llw gym a wonclerlul fomlminalion our class ancl SK'll00l in l Jolorm-s Floori- 'lionn Sflmxxarlz l lc-lvn Klullxa .lunv Xxlilliams Alumni News Nlf5ll5lfRS Ulf' IUMTI ll.'l'Y l.l. Vol. li. fiorlian, Prinripal ol' Nr-xx' liflgflllllll Iligl. Nluonl, wluo luas served lor some limc in flluina, llarl parl in a rfrsrwr assignmenl. lla- was a mcmlwr oi -H59 llumani- larian Team, parl oi G-5 organization. Roo-mly dispalclicml, lu- l'4'S4'llE'll Alliccl anfl fXllll'l'il'ElH prisoners in Japanese in- lernmenl camps. illllis organization llas seen lo llle wvliim- ol more lllan 200 Aineriran ancl ljllilippine eilizens. lxliss Rosemary liraclen, a commercial leacller in New liriglllon lligll Srlrool, is serving will' lln- American Rell fwross as assislanl liiolci clirerlor al For! Nlyr-rs Slalion Hos- pilal, Arlingglon, Va. ylr. fllivr-r J. Niollnr is serving as Ensign on ll. S. S. fiarapon, a lanlccr supplying oil to llrc Pacific' area. Sergeant Ray lxlIt'QlICPIl, '26, was complr-ling processing al Gen. George fi. Kcnnyls 22ml llc-plan-ment D4-pol in Nlanila prior lo lieinp renleployerl lo U. S. He llas sinre lxr-en clisrllarged ancl rcillrnefl lo luis t0ilf'ilillg posilinn in llle lligli Sflllllli. lvlr, Byron lviorgjan is on cluly in an assaull lvnal in llu' Parilir. He expr-els lo rclurn sllorlly lo lln' Slales I-ligilllc lor fliscllargje in lxlilffil or April. llc llas been serving in Cllina. llariy llogjue, '42, is rlisellargr-rl lhrom ll, Army Air Corps. Harry scrverl overseas for a year. llc scrvc-Ll as a lail-gunner on a B-23 llying in llle lillflllfl-Lfllillil area. .iarli Sprall, '40, was rr-venlly clisrllargerl lrom llu- ll. S. nlarines. .lafli serverl for a year anfl a lmll, laliing parl in lmallles on lllo Blarsllalls, Saipan, ancl lwo .lima. Dale Rin:-liarl, '78, llas ln-en flisc'l1ar,f1erl llrom llu- ll. S, Air florps. Slaliuneml in lingjlanrl, ln- servecl in llle liuropean llwaler ol Xfvar as a lvomlvarclier. fivorge Saniarin, '44, is serving in lln- ll, S. Army. George, al presenl, is al 5anla l'e, New ixln-xifo. liill lfilmlwe, '43, llas ln-en clisrlrargefl llffllll llre ll. S, Naxy, liill sc-rverl overseas anrl al presenl is living in New lsriglnlon. fi:-orge lvlarquiv, '33, a llormer faplain in llme Air Corps ancl a prisoner ol lln' Germans lor alwoul seven monllus, lras ln-en llonoralnly clisrlnargccl lrom service. l.l. .lanles lvlarr, '37, a llormer Army Air Cnrps pilol, lsas liven nlisrllargml lrom lluf' servire. Hi' macle IUU rom' lmal missions over lllu Cllillll-Isuflllil area. Al pres:-nl lie is living in New Briglllon will' luis wille. llrsella Sllliiil lxloore, '37, llas lu-en elisrliargml llrom lln' Vvayes wln-rr' slm was a sloreliccper Ifr serving al Corpus Clnrisli, ills-xas. Ren-nkly slle was marriul anfl is resimling al l.ong ljearll, Calillornia. lxlary .Xlife Hunler Bornum, '35, is slalionr'c,l willl llu- Vvaves in ljllilildlfllliliil. .lafquelinv Smal.-, '43, is a seaman lfc' in lln- Vvaves serving at inyolicn, California. lfnsign llue Navy Air Forre. Al presenl luv is on inarlive rluly Dirk Golclf-n, '12, llas lveen flisrluargi-cl from anal plans lo allcnml Penn Slain. .lolrn Trilsrliler, V-14, is serving willi llle Air Corps in flliinawa. Diili xxlililfUXX', 'fll, is serving in Ilu' Navy. Dolores Srlnleiler, '43, is in lrainingj al ISl'ilY4'f Vallev fir-neral llospilal. Sarall l'i'rroll, '-'lfI, is worliing lor lluquesne l.ig1llI Comf- llillly, B!'ilN'l'f FZIHS. Laverne Vvalll, '41, Seaman Ifr, ll. S. N., is in San Franriseo wllere llc is allenfiingj fjiiieer Vllrainingf SIIIOUI. n fl'l cmarrl VX lille, '43, is serving willx li. al Nor- lolli, Virginia. l.l. cvilllI'lI'S llllk, 70, ililS ITCPII IIISTIIRIFQUCI IFUIII Sf'l'Vii'l'. llc was a Liibllllllilllllillg ollifor in llle Pacilir' lor uigllleen monllls. .lim Sprall, '43, is now a lhreslxman al Nolrc- Dame wln-rc: lm is laliing aeronauliral engineering. SCIQCZIIII igifillklffl I.UCC, il Qlllllllfl' UH El OVCF ICUFUIJC, lnas rcccnlly luccn cliscllargocl. He now is allcncling Geneva Colli-gc wllerc llc is a junior. lfnsign Oran Hlirulan lianncr, '42, a Navy pilot, lor- merly slalionefi al Pensarola, Floricla, llas lvccn releasf-il lfillll SCl'ViK'C KUICI ilili l'CtUrll0fI IIOIIIC. Ellsigll PHIIIICF, VVIND cfnlercfi lllc service 27 monllls ago, remains a mcmlmcr ol' inamflivc rifscivc. lfnsign Nlcrlc Slieels, '42, ol lllc Navy, llfmg Kong, Cllina. is serving in Sc-rgeanl Vvilliain Golqlsmillx, V-ll, was serving willl llle Army Air Service in Sllangflnai anrl experts lo lic K,IiS1'llill'gfTtl VITY SOON, ill' IRIS SPTVCCI ill illf' cillillil-Bllrlllil iH'l'il. Fergeanl Bill llunler llas lveen cliscllargr-rl anrl plans lo go Io College. llarolml Hgnullyil Sllliill, '42, was serving for llu- lin- gjinfv-r Corps in lnclia. llf- llas lv-en rlisrllargr-rl ancl is now al lmme. lirainaril lfleming ancl Rolw-rl Yee, lsolll ol llxr- filass ol '17, are allenmlingj Geneva ci0Ilf'1ff'. 'I-Ofll. Srfrgeanl liarolrl lfvrirelanrl, '42, wlio is-rvecl as aerial cngjineer in llu- Air Corps in i"ormosa anrl fvnam, is INIXY LiiSL'IlilI'Q'l'fI. Kronie Kruzirr, '13, is serving on fjliinawa as an yl, li. lfrlwarrl liaflflox, '43, is serving will' Irnnps in .lapan. Ralpli Russel, '45, is rlisrllargfecl lrom lln plans lo allenfl :tolli-ge. Rolverl uigolfi lil-ck, 143, H. A. Qfc, ul sr-rvire in lxqillfil ol lllc year, is now serving llle orrupalion blarines anfl I0 enleri-cl lln- as a lmspilal rorpsman in llxc Naval l-lospilal al Key Vvesl, ijlorimla. llarry nlgerln isflyfl, '17, wlwo enlerefl lllc servire in Blarrlm, IUIT, llas lwcn oul lo sea allcr f'lllbHl"liiI'lQ: from lllxilaflclpllia. llenrv HHanliu lioycl, S 2fr', anrl .lnlxn Golnlen, lmollm ol Ilm Class ol' '43, are stalioncel al Newporl, Rlsorln islancl, XYlil'I'f' iii!'y HIT' Clflillg ffCl'I!'I'ilI VVUFIK IIFUUFICI iilf' bElS1', Niorrvll Hspilxr-H llunran, '44, llas lvcrrn rlisrllargecl lrom f lluv Army Air Corps ancl will allencl VV. or ,l. College. Vvilliam Mljuclll lfclwarfls, '43, enlisleel in Alarine in Klart-lx, l0l3. lllc lviercllanl lun llwnu, 5 lfw, 11, is-in-in-sl ins lmsu training .ut Fampson. lit- is slationml at Ni-wlrorl, ll. l., win-rv lu- is slurlying to lu' a QIIIIIICIJS mate. Ili.-k hpiggyn Sylvester, V-13, S ZA, also rm-u-ivt-tl train- ing at Sampson, N. Y. llt- is now slationvtl on Clliinawa. lrranli Bucliscal-Q, '43, is now a privatf' in tln' lnlanlry, llc- lias st-rw-cl in tht- Plxilippinr-s. lfarl Caron, '-'15, a private in lla- Army Air florps, is now slationa-cl in loxas. .lolln Yonli llllis, also ol tht- llass ol lr. is in lla- ll. S. lnlantry at Camp W,llt'0l0f, fic-orgia. Nvillrvrl Rawl, l-15, was attencling tlre llnivvrsity ol' Xvi-st Virginia anml ox If-tts to ls-ave lor tllv Arm '. I 5 Paul illumlier, '45, is svrving luis rountry as sr-aman in ilu- U. S. Navy. lln- is station:-rl at Ni-wpnrt. R. l., slutty- inQ' lin- rontrol. ,lolrn Fllic-lcls, 45, S 2ft', ll. S. N.. is in Calilornia. Xvilliam Uvvllilii-H Howell, '43, is a privatm- in ilu- ln- lanlry at l'4orl Nlrclvllan, Alalmarna. l't-luso, S Qfc, i-13, rvfoivorl luis lnool training al Sampson, N. Y. llm- is now giving lmoot training at Now- port, R. l. Dali- l'orlum'. also ol lla- Class ol 47, is in llu- Ala- llllvi sollwnllvro in lllc' Soutll l,atilic'. Nlanmr-l ljaton. '15, is in tllr' Patiliit' altar lu-ing! station:-ml at San Die-go, flalilornia, llt-rl: ll2INYlllt7I'lN', '43, is in lllv Navy stalionm-tl at Now- porl. Donalcl lQl'EiKll'I', 143. is a private lirst ilass in tlw lxla- linv Corps xxorliingj in lla- fill-icors' fllulx on ltarris lslaml. timmy l.ou fiolrlsmilli. Y-11. is attonmling fin-nova Colli-ijt' as a Sopluomom. txlargcry Doclcls, '13, is a junior at fiv- nc-va. .lm-an Hays anti Patty Patton, lrotll ol lla- Class ol '15, art' lroslimcn at Gam-va. Evvlyn Bi-rggan, '44, antl lm-an Sllroamls, '44, are also atlenrlingj Genova. .lanet Cepllarrlt, '44, is stuclying line arts at Carm-gir- illltlll. lvlargi-ry lvlartsoll, '43, is now la junior at Vvoostvr. wllvre slit' is stuclying piano ancl organ. Nlargc-ry lvluse, '15, is a lreslunan at Vvooster. lVlani'vla Sliallvr. ,45, is now a junior at Vvoostt-r wluvre slit- is sturlying piano ancl organ. Durotlry Jack, '43, is a junior at Grove City. Rutli Browm, '45, is now a junior at Vvvslorn Rvsvrvc anrl Belly .loan Hum, '45, is majoring in pulvlic' srliool music at Vvestem Reserve. .lane Harris, '45, ancl Alive Tipton, '45, arf- lvotll lrosli- mon at Slippery Rorlc. Cllarlcs Klein, 41, lias lmen flisctuargc-tl lrom lla: Air Corps wlmre lie was a lieutenant. Kennf-lli lvlay, '41, ancl Cllarles Fair, '14, are lmtli stuclying lor time ministry at Tliiel College. Harold lAMHC" lVlCl..arPn. '44, is stuflying meflicine at ll21l1IlCHlEiI1l'l Nlemlimal Scllool, pllilatlf-lplliu. Col. Donald Sllaller lias lieen ilisrllargcrl lrom lvleilical Corps anrl will practice in New Brigliton anal scrvc as srllool cloclor. Sergeant loe Nlartin, '57, lms liven serving witli tlxre txleflical Dc-tacllmr-nt Excliangc Section in Oliinawa. Hilary 'lllillyn Tacli, I-11. Aff? ll. S. Navy, is at Sl. txlaryis College, Calif. l lifalwlll Russ, 11, is .ltlvmlingj Ilamt llvlvlmluli lallon, -Ir, ls altvmlmg lncliana Nate: lc-atllors tolli-gc. Roily fox. -1-1, IS st-rving as privatt- in ll. S, lnlanlrv in flairo, lfgypt. Xvilliam nlfilln Elliot is atlvni to Conlinuo at Xxlvstern Reserve. ling! lima-va anti plans Barlmara th-1-gli-, '45, is altontlingf Knox Colle-Qi-. l.t. Vliluomas l5lllllSlilli. flass ol '30, is will: lla- .Mr lioru- in llllx llluilippinf-s. J ' - lvl. lst llas-4 Rirllarml clflvllfllllf, ,1-I, is si-rvingj in ln- lantry in lapan. .lr-anno fiallaiflu-r, -11, is lraininff at ljassavanl llos- .. P. pital, l,lltSl"Illl'Qll. Belly l-ou llurgvss, '13, is training in ltlnlaclr-lnlna fion- vral llospilal. loss- wlro paiml lla- suprvinr' sarrilliu- in Xvorlcl Xvar tl: l.t. lyrll Nl. llaliram-4. .X l'., was kill--tt in action antl is lrurii-rl in llollantl, ljvt. Konni-tll XV. llc-llan ol tlu' Army was lxilla-il in .ation antl is lllIl'tt'll on l.uzon lslanrl, l'vl. Rorlnvy l3t'Sl, A, A. wa liurivcl in BPlQllllll. s kill,-it in allion anll is tilt. llaul D. Blinn, Army, was kilt.-tt in aflion anal is lfurioal in Luton lslanrl. Nall Sgt. ,lost-pl: llurllortl, Htl: X, ls.. was lvillt-nl in artion antl is luiriml in fic-rlnany lLnsiQn .lolin Vvitllrow, Nax antl is lxurir-cl in llaflvn, lst l.t. l"ranli Elvrrson was lruric-ml in tim Pllilippines. y, was kill.-tt in avtion kitlat in action anil is Pvt, cTlElI'l'l1lf' l'logui-, Army, was kilt.-tt in arlion antl was lnuric-rl in Gvrmany. 2fl.t. Benianlin KClb2lUQ1ll. Army, was liillr-cl in action ancl is lwuric-cl in Franfe. Pvt, Rolwrt Kvstcr, Army, was lruriml in Hollaml. Pvt. lfrnest lvlvasel, Army, was Capt. Eclmunml lvluiwil. Army, x is lxurit-cl in Bclgfium. Pvt. .lames Panncr, Army, was lmuriml in italy. liillcll in action aml is lcillvcl in artion. vas liillml in artion ami lcillf-fl in action and is Nl. lvl. Qfc Charles Riclwarmls, Navy, was lcillccl in action aml is lauric-cl at Lcyte, Pliil ippines. lst Lt. Raymoncl Sllotsingcr, Army, was liillcel in action anal is lmuriccl in Nortlx Africa, Sgt. Vvilliam Slialer, Nintll Air Force, tlivrl from woumls anvl is lnuriecl in Germany. Cpl. Riclmrrl L. Clmncy. Army, clir-cl from wouncls anrl is l7lll'lCd in Culna. Cpl. Vvilliam Garnu-n, A. A. lmricfl at Grove Cemetery. lj., liillccl in service. is P. O. Qfc Ellis Grant, Navy, in service is lmurictl in Solomons. lvl. M. M. 2fc Ricliarcl Horslit-lil, Navy, dint in scrvirc aml was lmuriett at sea. S Sportsmanship 'I 0 5 Q' Q' Js 'K I X 25:-0 ,v S 5 1 VI 31-7 Og-7 N ROVV I lolm Cliogic li Slove lhontier .loo Burlisr ali l larolcl l'owr-rs Louis Dvnieler .lon Kross Clair Saunric-rs X7iIll'0l1l Crawloril Yvallvr Dwyer Cliarlr-s Xvvlwr Clwslc-r Roser limi: Ciillvspir' lim Bam sf-r ROXN' 1 nlr, Roarlx lark Rzunsc-y cl!'Il1' Price ivlvlvin Vvilsnn Louis Zellle ,larli Holsworlli Tony Ellis RayHnclf10 .lark Roscrr lfurl Aulenrr-ill lxlr. Kupsc zu. I ROXN' 3 liuul Snuillu lirrvcl Nlavli lflmer Preston ixlilrlmll l larlman igillpll ASlll'l1lJElllQll Xfvillilffl Snnwlaer Dick Amlerson Bolu Eclwanls Keitll Carr VIQGHI l lllfll'y limit Vl1lll'llr'l' Varsity Football Squad X N. B.aBU'r1-ER 18-I2 gt-r in the opening game. tile leam ciisplayeci line form in downing Butler for lime firsl victory of tide season. The Lions roarecl across tlie goal line lluree limes in lile lirst liall. Butler countered VVili1 two tallies in the seconcl. Time offensive play of the team arousecl liopes lor a Qoocl slioxving throughout tlie season. N. B..-MONACA 19-7 Showing a great cleal of improvement, time team out-played and out-scored a scrappy Nlonaca eleven. Again all of our scoring was plone in tlie first llali. Saunders svorecl from time Uoneu and on a tilirly-yard run. NVilim two victories. everyone was looking forwarri lo Ilie lirst real tesl. against Amlvriclge. N. B.-AlNltSI2If7C?if Q5-0 Alter a weeli ol intensive drills, tile squad traveled to Anmlmridge to avenge previous deleats suliered at llie tiands ot Amldridge. Xvorlcing wilim Cloclovorlc precision and at time pealc ol tlmeir almility. tlley overpowered a determined Amlmridge leanm. lime entire team played il llilllgfellll game in annexing llmeir tilird straiglil win. N. B.-ROCHIiSTliR Of7 Xvilll lmiglm lmopes. New liriglmton lans traveled to Rocllester. wliere tliey saw tile llome leanm sullier tlmeir tirst deleat ol time season. Xve were oulplayed tlle entire game lmut lmeld llme Rams scoreless until time linal period. Time and again time Rams were in seoring position. lmul llney were unalmle to pierce our defensive wall tor time liew needed yards. N. IS.-S'I'UXVlf 90 Facing an undefeated and powerlul Stowe aggregation. our injury-riddled team was llme under-dog lmy lar. Stowe lmad a powerful oiiense lmut our defense proved too muclm lor tilem. Time lirst lmall was scoreless. ibut our superior punting led to a salety in time tllird period. A long pass accounted lor a 'li.D. in tlme tinal quarter. N. B.-TRINITY 07 Time lmome teanm lcnoclced at llle touclmdown door on tlmree ditierent occasions lmut failed to score. Trinity managed to puslm across a touclmdown early in tile lourtlm period and lleld llleir lead until time linal wllistle. Tile loss was a lmard one to talie lmut everyone loolced lor- ward to lmetler results in time remaining tlmree games. li.-BEAVER 246 A Scoring in every period. we gained our ltiltli victory ot tlwe season over tile previously undeleated Beaver Bolncats. Beaver scored in time ltirst quarter lmut never tlmreatened again. Xvilson. Price. and Budisealc -stood out in line play and tlie entire luaclctield deserved Credit lor a well-played game. N. li.-MIDI..-XNID 51-7 lime team. still trailed lmy an injury jinx. traveled to Wildland to cop a tlmrilling win minus tl1e aid ot several regular starters. Xve toolc time lead wittr two quiclc touclidowns and Wlidland scored tlmeir only one slwortly lmelore tlie trail ended. Tlie tllird T.D. was set up luy a punt lxloclced lay Ellis. Saunders accounted lor tour out ol time tive touclldowns will: tlae otller coming from a pass. All eyes now turned toward tile tinal game vvitll our arcli-rivals. Beaver Falls. N. B.-BEAVER FALLS 047 lime traditional lmattle lmelween time Nexv Brigtiton l,.ions and time Beaver Falls Tigers was played in a sea ol mud. Tlmere was rain during most of tile game. malcing time lmall nmore ditticult to l1andle.Tl1e game resulted in a duel lgetvveen the punters ol tide teanms. flur superior punting put us in scoring position several times, but we laclced tile llinal punclr needed to score. Beaver Falls' offense was clreelced toy our lorward wall lout tl1r0ugl1 a luclcy lmrealf ttmey managed to score in time second quarter and retain tlneir lead until time end oi time game. XVe concluded our season willm a lair record ol six wins and llmree losses, l l l 1 r . 4. RC DX NY I-Dirk rlqri-nary, llaul Slllllll, llarw-y lilanln-nlviilic-r, .lov Cirii-llo, lolun -l-omsic, Dirk Harlalox. Boll Nluixxil, Clnarles ljalon. V 2--fivor,f1v Yeager, lxlario Buzzi, l"rc-cl llnnliluousc-r, lfilwarcl Ayr-rs, Vvillarll Snoxvln-rger, Rmly Smolar, llolw lfrlwarnls. Iiill Sylw-slr X, 3-Rillmrrl lglllllilll, lillgn-nm' Curtin. Engl-no Slllllll. llolr Kesler. Rollin Roarli. lolln lilivilvr. .lnnws llurlvy. xlalli Douglass. Reserve Football Team RTZSIZRVHS rlilltf ollen over-loolrecl memluers ol llie reserve squacl deserve muclm praise. To lllem is flue vreclil lor a gjoocl parl ol lime clevelopmenl ol llxe varsily learn. Day alter clay lllcy al- lenrlecl praclive wllere llmey ollen receivecl a ll1orougl1 pliysical lneating in scrimmages againsl llie lmeavier and more experienced yarsily players. The squaol played Rocliesler lwire ancl made a recorcl ol one loss anal one lie. Tliey gfainell valualule experience in lllese lesls. anal many sliow promise lor nexl year's varsily leam. COACHES ln lceeping xyilli llme pravlire ol previous years. lxlr. Roarli was llle lieacl loollJall voacli lliis year. Again lie provecl liis cfoacliing almilily lay developing a powerlul learn lrom a group ol lillle-experienrecl players. He llas llme reputation ol lxeing one ol llle lmesl coaclu-s in lliis vicinity. ll is llopecl lllat next year lie will lme almle lo lurn out an even lueller leam. lxflr. Colman Koprsac was llie assislanl loollnall coarlm lllis year. Alllmougfll lie is nol a me-mlmer ol llle lacully. lie was perinillefl lo aicl Wir. Roarli llmrougli special permission sc-curecl lrom llme XV. P, l. A. l.. An arclenl lan ol llie leam ancl lormer Carnegie Vl'l'l'lI slag, lu- proveclulo ln- a valualmle assel cluring llme loollmall season. Q - More Fun! iVarsity Basketball Team Vlllue Baslcetlvall Team ol Nev' Pmrigllton Higlj Scljool sulllered lIeavily lrom llIe IO45 grad- uation, Since tlrere was only one returned letlerman. an entirely new teaIn. Composed largely ol juniors, llad to lae organized. This team Was altered many times to determine tlIe lmest Cornlnina- lion. Because ol tlIeir inexperienre and tlle still league Competition, llrere were lew wins corn- pared lo tlIe many losses. ln no game. liowever. did tlley diminislm llIeir ellorts unlil llme Final gun. PLAYERS VINCENT CR,xwIfoRIm. a senior and llme only returned letterrnan. was llle nucleus ol tlle new squad. JOHN CRAIG, a senior and tlle tallest man on tlie team. gained mucli experience last year and used it to good advantage in gaining a slarling position on tlme varsity. EIIGAR SHIELDS, a senior wl1o played lor- ward. won a varsity lmertlm wlxielr lme lmelol down well. lJlCK ANDERSON. a junior playing luis llirst year on llme varsity, was a valualnle defense player due to llis lxeiglml. JOE BUDISCAIQ. a junior, did not see mul-lm action laut was always ready lo do l1is parl wlmen called upon. l.0U DEMETIZII. a junior, made up lor lmis lacli ol lleigllt willn luis speed and afeurate passing. VVVALT IJVVYER, anotller junior. proved l1is almilities at guard lJy always lueing' in ll1e rigflil place at tlie rigllt time. Rum' FAIIYANIC. a junior from llIe reserves. was a lairly good slrot and always played lo win. JACK YIQAGI-QR. a junior wlmo played tlme pivol position llIis year, turned in a Qopd jolm in close play lIlHl6'l' lllll lmaslu-I. W if ff V' ,.f I,- v NUNN NPNV NPW New Nvxx NPN' New NOW New Reserve Basketball Team rt1t1t' tQGSCt'V6 PFUHITI DLtt OU Utility ttne pCl't'0l'tT1E1t1CCS tt1tS yeill' tll 'JVC- timinurics to the varsity games. Fast and accurate shooting and passing were responsihtf' tor their many victories. Severat ot the tooys ptayect holh on the IQCSGFVC FIQCFIIH ilttd Ofl the X!ilI'Stty rtgeilm. rt1tlCS0 t70yS VVCFC fltVVilyS Fliitdy flttft witting to ptny when they were necctect Brighton Brighton Brighton Brighton tt. ighlnn tguighton Brighton Brighton Brighton Rohin Roartc Frcct txtnvtc tjaut Smith James Beck James Kornmun IIN' ',4l'Itflltl' JUIUCS HCI DOIlUtCt Rohert t' anner t-tE1l'VCy Calhoun Vwtittiarn Sytvester Xvittiam Shictcts RtiSiiRX"li SCORES 21 .,,, ,- , --, .... tturrctt 511 .... .H.,, t topvwvtt 30 -... ..., t e0Ctli'StCl' 20 -7,- --H,,.. - ,- Ixticttanct tvugur- Q1 Ymvr W, -, ,,,, t"urr1-tt 28 Ygv! ,.,. hnrnn 2O--,,- W... Atiquippu 413 vrgg .,..-a. A nltjrictgv 22 .... .,.. Ettwood City 23 I0 26 I7 27 I0 211 2-t 39 New NCNV' New NHVV NPV' N1 -sx- NPN' NCB' Ni?W' Brighton Brighton Brighton Brighton Brighton Brighton Brighton Brighton Brighton Churtes Paton Ratph Lovettv tjaut Batik Rohert Chain -,-N1-xx' fiusttr- --,-t3vzn'1-r t'-ntts -,-,--Fzxrrctt ---- Sharon --- Atiquippn ----- Anuhrittgf- -,.--tfttvx'omt City ---New Cnsltr- Bvnvvr tfntts XRIUYI 8 - Lost IO PLLHE-A: DD NDT EUHB DVER THE RFIILINC HT END UF BHME Freshman Basketball Team 'IH' l'I'C'SllIll6lIl I5ilSIiK'llNlII IPRIIII f'Oill'Ill'll Sl1'illI!l'ICl IIIIN Xl ll 'JIily1'il Sl'Yf'l'ilI QHHIGS illlfl QZIYC' il QOOLI ilfffllllll of lllfflllSClVOS. Xfyilll oxlwrivlwu- is guim-cl lay llmsc Imoys whirl: prepares llwm for ll: fulurv vursily plzlyers. some of lllc IIICIIIINWS ol llu- If-um nr:-: Ruin-rl 5lujwil Bvrxjmnin Fox .lumvs Nivlmlsml .luvli fxlffrf-0 .luvlx Nlonull Harrold Harrell ljflllilld l:lllllJl0llSK'l' Curl fxHJ2lIN'SC Ulll AXHNIIIUS4' I,illlI C 0l'IIQ'IlllS IJXIQOB' Cjl'ilXYIv0l'Kl .lilfli IXIOFQICIK Xvzlllvr Bork Cifmrlc-s Wlrcrvu Donulcl Toleru Craig Hvglvy A '41 'V"V' V741 Q. A PII' T011 IRIIJIK XS Base Ball For lime iuirsl lime iasl year a iiigii sciiooi imasvimaii learn was Ofgcllillti 1 lime Capalmie ciireclion oi Wir. Roarii. Due largely lo iafii oi experiemce ic le. was able lo annex only lwo wins from lime ten games piayecl. Hoxxexel on many ofvasions liley came ii1l'OllgIl wilii iiine ciispiays oi pilvimings in inf I 1 ivieicling. riilll' learn iasl year was romposecl oi' Pxiii Edwards. .lim Spra nn :win Dick Haaripauer. Joe Keivington. Emerson Zaim. and Sam Niason. 1 o w mom gradualeci. and lilose relurning liiis year, Ray Hodge. Eugene Sinitii 1 i our Dick Anderson, Cin-sler Roser. Burl Xveimer, Kc-ilii Carr. ami .ioe Kim ss , NUNX' NCXN' New NCVV NCVV New NCXV NPV' NOW' NUXN' iirigiilon-0 Brigiilon-0 Brigiilon- I Brigiilon-7 Briglilon-2 Pmriginlon-T Brigiilon-6 iirigiiton-2 Brigillonf-3 Brighton-5 io I3 SCORES MANAGERS ---,i'1iiwooci-7 -- Arnimricigv-8 ----- Beaver-7 Beaver Fails-0 s- Aiiquippaw'5 ---Eiiwooti--I I ----- Beaver'-'S -- Aniivricige-0 Beaver Fails--fi -- Aiiquippa-7 Tile eiiiiorts of lile managers. a group very deserving oi vredil conlriiau in materially to a successful season in all sports. in ii1is issue of time HAIEIIITUIH me wisim lo express our appreciation for lixeir uniieralcicci activilies in eurx ie 0 sporls. l ' 2 n It-5,4 s a-lriziw 11 X 'Ha' ,J fx rl. ,jk , f i H , ' V, I V , 1 fic' X, J , A. ff' .f I .9 X, zteffi r fi 'egg 2 , , It fn". If . H 'xv .. sf ' s V' r L if l J all X , rf, NR" 'N f . x f -7 r , fr " S A L! A4-fcfw A I Z!!! vlgyrvvlfx, N-e.AAf"' W i 9 . . K ,, lr Junior High School K X yi p YYY 72775 V YV QMA i F Ci -NJ n lhltii ilu- present school your lhcrv has am accrectileri Junior High School in New not hm-n igrigfhlon. have heen 'X xiii: B! ,AA Previously. the seventh and eighth grades xxx t3?Q'f,,, if il part oi tht- grafts school system. Because of certain i . 'N , Eg FT ' changes which have heen aciinowiectgect hy thc- Stale. N lb the seventh lhrough lhc tweiith grnctes now constitute E il recogjnizect Junior-Senior High School. To iuiiiii XX, X Slate requirements. courses in physicali ectucgltion. 4,5 X 3 X science. and heaith have heen actctect to the curricuiu x . 4, r AA " s of the seventh and eighth grades. I ' rs Q- ' X ' - X ' X ' , 1, f ', ' N- X 7Lf,Lof Q. fy,-fl s T 3 X f ' ' A , 1 I X A , X, 1 i .N NX A ff I ,Q X ' ' ' fr, ., ,X X , , , Q X e ' 1 N x . -Wei Qs 1 A .QL ,r 1' ' nf 'l ffl ' If' .1 x AI , I 1 'rf , ,f I f s 4 x U X , ' , -' ,QQ 4 .x Q-' s I - V . Q .3 N ,f I ' W P ' ,,-"yi '- X ,- , , J P ' . N A X . x J X ,sw ' ' ' r '7 K ' 0, X X X it Q M -ff . -- 4 u B Sep! S1-pl Supl S4-pl Sepl. Sa-pl Sl-pl Sepl Sep! Sepl Sepl 51-pl Sepl Nfpl Sep! N-pl flel. flel, Oil. KM. Ol-1. 6 M. Oli. Ol-I. Oar. Ol-1. Ol-1. flel, flcl. Cid. Cid. fpel. flat, flel. Olfl. NYU U. lxlfl U. Q0 I 5 6 1 I0 II l'I I7 IS I0 UU JI LZI Q5 20 .78 I 'I .1 3 8 0 I2 I5 I7 I8 I9 23 2 -I .75 26 29 30 .'5I I 2 "Dear Old Golden Rule Days" 'llu- lirsl clay ul seluull alul llu- l:l'l'SlllllCll gill Ilu-ir usual IlC'COI'illl0llS. , lX'lr. l:ll'llllT1Q, our new music clireelor, gave us an example of llll' l'llElpC'l singing lu- expecls. ilqlll' new leaelu-rs, as well as llu- l:fK'SlllIlf'll, lIilYC lu-eollle acquainlell willl llu- lmuilcling ily now. Nye llacl our liirsl pep mer-ling ill preparalifln lor llu- liuller ganu-. To slarl llu: year oll riglll, we alelealecl Baller I8-IQ. illllf' G. A, A. lu-lcl all all girl lllapel lllis nulrn- ing lo aequainl llu- new llIC'llllK'fS willl llu- organ- izalinn. ilqwo new elu-er lezulers were illlrrullleefl al our pep lIlCClll1Q' lllis lll0'l'll'I1Q. 'llley were .loAnn llarris anfl Doll Sayre. elr. Vvallier spolu- lo llle seluull ill l!L'llillli nl llu- fwolllnlllllily Clu-sl, 'lille G. A. A. lu-lil lllf-il' elull inilialion ill llu- gym ill lllf? evening. Alaurum pielures were poslponell luuause ul rain. SUIIH' ol llu- Alaurunl piclures were lalien, lilll llu- pielure laliing was again inlerruplefl lly rain, Vllfllllflll is llu- llig niglll xxilll Amllrirlge, ilvllf'fl" YYRIS il fllilpvl pfllgflllll lllflily illlfl il lrl'l' vielory rlallee llillllflll lu eelelmrale our vielnry over fxlllllflflgff, 25-0. Sale ol viclory slamps alul l50llllS lu-gan liulay, lxlr. Dillllilrl- lalliecl ln llll' Sfllilfll in assemllly on llle sulljecl ol' juvenile Clf'lll'KlllI'Ilf'y. lfoolllall game willl ll0CllCSlK'l'. Alilllflllil piclures were linislu-cl lculay. flirl Reserves llzul llleir inilialion llulay illlll some oli llu- Sopllonlore girls were really a siglll. VlAllCfl' was a lllllSil'Hl slluw ill llu- auflilorium lllis ill.ll'I'Yl00Il. Xve llilfl our pep meeling lorlay ill preparalion lor lUlllUfl'0VV'S game against Slowe 'l'wp. Yve won anollu-r virlory VVll0ll we elelealerl Slowl- 0-0. Mr, l3f'l'l1llElI'fll playecl a lew piano numllers lor llu- sllulenl lmfly ill llellall ol llu- Beaver Yalley flunllllunily Colle:-rls. l7irsl Senior lilerary. VV4- sulllerecl our lirsl cleleal againsl Trinily, 7-U. rl-lllf Spolliglll Orctlll-slrzl, C0lllpllSl'il ol' live lioys liflllll scllool, CHlCf'lilllN'd in ellapel lllis 11l0l'l1lllQ. flur Burgess, lvlr. Bisllop, spnlie lo us loclay alulul lllis yearis Hallnweien pralllis. How :lo you lille our new clu-ers we llall lllis morning? flur leam seorl-Ll ElIl0lllCF victlory-Beaver 24-6. rlllle Seniors IIQIVKE llle orcler lJliil"lkS lor llll? llxlilllfullll so eome on now anrl sell llle quola. ljrools lor Senior piclures llllillly FHIIIC loclay. -lille Beaver Falls Girl Reserves alul Hi-Y were llosls al a conlerenee at Beaver Falls loniglll. Vve llave a game willl Nlicllancl lonlorrow. Goofl luelc, lbuysl Yliryouls lor llwe lirsl Senior class play were llljlll ill Room 2 lfllllfllll, Our reserves lierl llle R0!il1CSli'F reserves lfllllglll 20-20. A llig llallowe'en paracle was lurlll loniglll. Regular class pirrlures were lalien lollay lor llle llxlllllflllll. - A lllovie was pn-senlecl lomlay ill llellall ol llu: X 'iclory Bonol ljrive. lvfl ll ANY!! ll No ll Noe lxllill lxlflll lxloll lxflflll lynn lxlul' lxlflll AXYIH' lvnll AXIUH lxlrlll lxluli Drum Del-. D1'l'. l7l'l'. l,r'l'. Dfw. Ill-ln Dfw. Dr-lx D 4"li 'Jet' 'JVC' Dee. 20 lan. lun. lun. lull.. lun. lull. l lxlr, .lfllllliflll enlerlainell llu- srlulol lllis lIlil1'l'll00l1 willl a program ol' Ul'lil 'itunes ol l011'3 B. Vve llaye all lu-on urgerl lo lloosl llle sale ol slamps alul lmmls. Has everyone orllerecl a rorsage llrnnl llu- slalul l'0lllIlllllf'l' lor llu- game llmlorrow lllgfllly Due ln llle fillll, llle llig game ol' llle year was l--mm-ll-ll ulllil Tuesrlay. Arlllisliee Day-lime oil! llow flill you like lllal pep nu-4-ling? Now all we llave lo flo is win. 'l'lu-re were many long lares over our rleleal lasl lliflflll, lyul we gel a Llayis varalion mul a Clillltl' in llle gym loniglll, 'lille G, A. A. llelel lulwling ganu-s al Calvinis ill Beaver lialls loniglll. :X clanee in llle gym llllllgjlll was sponsor:-il lly llle G, A. A. llle Girl Reserves lu-lil a nleeling ill llle aunlif lurium lnniglll. llI1lll'FI'lilSSlllK'f1 were invilecl ln Senior lilerary loclay lu-lore we were clismissecl lor Ylillanlcsgiving varalion. Air. liislulp annoulu-ell a Illlliilflfl slulw lllal will lu- spnnsorell lly llle lymoslers aml is lo lie lu-lll on lJf'f'I'llllV'l' 5, 6, alul T. Vve saw illNlllll'I' sel ol' movies in lu-llall' ul' llle Vielory l.oan. il-ill? Lewis Players enlerlainecl lllis illll'l'll0OI1, fiirl Reserves lu-lcl speeial ellapcl ltulay lo an- HOIIIN1' some clelails ol llu- cll!flSllllZlS liormal. 'lille lirsl Senior elass play was presenlell llllllgflll. Rc-vereml Sfllilll spolie lo us in Cllilpvl loclay. Toniglll was llle lirsl llasliellaall game, willl l:ff'f'fl0lll. lxlr. lnlry gave a lalli on worlel allairs. llecause ol laeli ol lu-al, Sl'll00l was mlisnlissell unlil lwn o'elocli. Tlu- llooslers SPOIISOIPQI a lunelu-on lor llle lJElIlll, alllleles, ZIDLI liaoully. Vlqlll' .lunior elass presenlecl llu-ir lirsl lilerary lllis illlr-rlluoll. ,lille lli-Y llelll a Illl'l'llI1!f llllllglll. Fir. .l0llHSIlll, a lllilglflilll, enlerlainecl llle srllool willl a very inleresling program. Vve suereenlefl in clelealing Hopewell lasl lllglll 5I-l'3. Vllllff Ell75l'l1l lisl is slill lllllllllllllg. ,lille G. A. A. spollsorell a claluie ill llu- gym llmiglll. -lille Girl Reserves llelfl a nu-cling lllis CVC'lllllQf in llIC auclilnriunl, All elass lilerary was lu-lcl lllis allerluum, ancl we were clislllissccl lor c'lll'lSlIllHS vaealion unlil ,lanuary 2, l046. 'lille Poinsellia Pl'0Illf'l1iNlI' llelcl in llle gylll lo- niglll was zl great success. 946 V-lwlllf lirsl clay llaclc lo scluull ill llle new year anll we weleonle lvlr, King llaeli lo llle laeully. Some elasses llave slarlerl review lor exams. You fan slarl lifillllllllllg anylinle now. fjur llaslielllall lffillll was clelealccl in llleir lirsl gauu: ol' llu- league-l:arrell 59-27. rl-llCTC was a Hi-Y meeling in Room I lo-niglll. Our llasliellmall loam sullererl anolller cleleal-4 Sllaron -IOYQI. lrourlll lllolllll ol SlQllO0l k'llLlS loclay. r Y . ,.,.4,.. ,, fun. Inn. fun, inn. fun. Ian, lun. inn, fun. lun. I1-im. l'l'il, lwfli. Fi-iz. lfi-li. I1-il, Fiili. Hii, livin. Mllr. Mar. .Niur Nillr. is r-vr-ryon1- sitting up tiii mifinigilt stuciying for r-xaminations? flur tx-am gon-s tn Aiiquippa tonigilt. VVQ f-njoye-ri a if-cturv ily irrmi Baia- on miionior- rowis Citizr-ns Tociayf, Dici you Illilkf' your rc-guiar trip to tin- oiiiliu- iior your rr-port card or wr-rc you just iusiiy? Our ti-am ilas a game- witil Alnimricigx- tonigiit. Sigh witii a iittie reiicf, om- si-t oi' 1-xanus is over. Ri-aiiy sigil now, nii r-xams arc- ova-r untii tin- finais. Dici you pass tin-ni ali? NVQ ilavo a gami- witii ifiiwood City tunigiit. N4-w' semester in-gins. ivir, Bit'C2urri-it returns to our ilacuity, iiiiltliglli, is our game witil Next' Castic-, Conti ilnii. boys! Our first game witil our oioi rivais, Hifi-avi-r irfaiisfi Vvo again trim-ci our iufii witil Farr:-ii. Viionigilt we IIZIVC' a game- witil Simron. iirin- Girl Rr-sc-rves in-id a mei-ting tonigilt. Anotiu-r game witil Aiiquippa. isititin scilooi lnontii riost-s, Arc we going to win time game wilil Amixriiigc tonigiil? Tim Brandt Cont!-rt Co, prr-si-rits-ci an t-ntm-rtain- mont toiiay. Do you know wilo ilas a iyirtiiciay today? XVI- ilavo a gamc- witiu ifiiwooci tonigiit. Tins is our sr-tonci game- witil Nr-w Castia-. Again wi- irattic witii our iiavorilu opponr-nts- Br-ave-r Faiis. Tin-rv is rc-aiiy somr: tain-nt in tin- .iunior Ciass. Giri Rf-sf-rw-s in-iii a mx-4-ting in tin- auniitorium tilis f-vening. Tin- sixtil nlontii of sfimoi 4-nvis tociay. Al Pr:-ciriy 1-ntc-rtaincii tilis aiti-moon witil nn in tr-rc-sting program iwasi-ci on UfianAniinaisTiiini4?H M ilr. N fi1-. Apr. tpr. Apr, Apr. Apr, ,-x,,f. 1 tpr. ixiny :Way ix iny Miiv Mia, iwuy ANL: y :Wu y 5111 y ixiu y Iwi: y iviay ix ia v M.,- A mi-4-ting' nas in-iri ixy tin- fiiri Rc-sm-rw-s tonigilt. 5tl'?ilUIll0I't"F, final iw airaiii to asix uppi-rrlassmi-n to lmuy a riass play tiriu-t from you. Anotiu-r nntertainmr-nt, Bortranri Silortciit nnci wrt-stiing rt-vi-iations. iiavn- you got your work niacin- up? Tin: st-vi-ntia mnntil 4-mis tofiay. Tim SOPIIOIIIOH' filass plays wi-rc a gn-at sucrc-ss tonigiit. Tito Giri Rc-serves in-iii tiu-ir me-cting in tin- antit- torium at 7:20. Vvilo wiii imc iviay flux-un? XfxiC'ii, in-rr-is anotin-r vacation. ifastz-r tilis time-. First Liay ilillii ailtr-r ifastt-r. anti Silaiie-spr-art-is ibirtiniay, Haw- you imugiit your tibia-t ior tin- S4-ninr Class Piav? He-rc it is tin- 1-nci oi tin- oigiltii montiu ni' sriiooi. iviy, ilow fast tilis ya-ar ilas gonoi Tin- Ciri Rc-sc-rw-s in-ici a nu-i-ting in tin- ansii- torium tonigilt. iiiin- st-conci Sc-nior Ciass Play was pn-sf-nli-it to- nigiit witiu great sucu-ss. Come- on, imoys. you ilaci imc-ttcr ixurry anti get your riatz- for tim prom. Tin- .iunior-Sc-nior prom tonigilt. it tioc-snit si-1-ln as ii yu- Sc-niors imvi- iompii-It-ii iiour yi-ars in-rc-. tiocs it? Giri Rr-si-rvv mccting tonigilt. Niay Day was in-ici in time gym. Ciass nigiit for tin- St-niors. Barcaizxurvatf- Svrvirc. iunior Higil Scimoi Connm-nu-nic-nt. 51-nior iiigil Connnc-nrt-nu-nt--it's almost too gnnti to iw trui-, Scilooi cncis, B1-st wisin-s Ivor a vi-ry iiappy anti i-niovainiv varation. Safefy Patrol For tin- iirst tinn- in sf-yi-rai yi-ars time Saivty ijatroi ilRF again iwr-n organizmi. Tin- patrois arc- urganizc-fi tilf0UQil tile sais:-ty program oi' tin- Bc-avr-r County A. A. A. Tim iioys wilo Illiliill up tiiis group IIBVK' ircf-iy givr-n tin-ir time to anici to tilt- sat.:-ty of our sturiffnts. Tin- 1-tiitif-my of tin- group inns in-on iiuz- to tin- ciircvtion of tin-ir Palroi-Supvrvisor, ivir. Siu-ciran, its Captain, Raipiu Gnuciio, anti i.i0ut0nants. Dirk Spain ami Biii Sciiwartz. NIEMBERSHIP ifni Kisir cllktfiCS Ciapii- ijnuwr Calvin Raipii t imitiia ,ioi1n.iutc iiiii cilxllilfiffii. Haroici Yogi-i igiii Sminvartz Louis Vrana ifugi-nc ixiitrin-ii ft-iico Kruzii. Uirix Spain ltli1flIjl'PSI'NVRlCl' Iuiln Rl-1-i Dick ingr- L


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