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

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I Qi ii: 'ff .,,-,Y ,!.. ,.-- !jT'- S--fy: 5 f ' -J 1-:f'.L'5, .:.. . K, - - .IK- ,fiz 515 5-2 1, ' Ei 2 f E.-'L ' 3-5 .- 5-:-5-1 ' -A-' '..1.-- 3 5 iii' LJ . 1 - 125. . 4 5:12321 'Q-.rr gif' , 1: f' EEET' fl 2 9' I 5.2. .L ' .1 ag?" , ng, . a H. 'I "- Juv--T , w x .Aa-1 X I i E 5 I L n E e V V i E f l F E E E r i E r V i F r i 2 l E i E I I ' 'W pulmlislmfl by Seniow Class Of jflew .Qfziqldon ggfigll Sclzool N .-..f liriglu frul, I' .-f1f. sy!--num Ri 1947 R1 Q 'ffifewg J 64, Q1 AM. :H - HQ' Vw MW 2 4, 3 'K . Sb THE STUDENTS of New Brighfon High School Qedicafion To IVTISS JULIETTE DUNHAM for her generous and sympathetic guidance, especially during those first bewildering freshman days, the class of Nineteen-forty-seven dedicates this twenty-fourth issue of the ALAURUM. 4 ADMINISTRATION Boarcl ol Education lVlr. lVlcNitt . lVlr. Taylor . Faculty . . School Secretaries CLASSES SENloRs Senior Ollicers and History Graduates . . Senior Literary Senior Class Play Class Will . Class Prophecy . JUNIORS .lunior Class Picture Junior Class ancl Lit SoPHoMoR ES erary .ELL Sophomore Class Picture Sophomore Class and Liter FRESHM EN le of , ary Freshman Class Picture . Freshman Class and Literary NCTIVITIES Crimson and Golcl . Science Club . Girl Reserves . Hi-Y . . Library Club . G. A. A. . Cheerleaders . Salety Patrol . Stage Crew . Stand Committee Alaurum Stall Bancl . . . Nlixecl Chorus Girls' Chorus . Senior Trio . Chapel pianists . Triple Trio . Glee Club . SPORTS Varsity Football Reserve Football Varsity Basketball Reserve Baslcetball .lunior High Baslietball . Baseball . . Alumni Calenclar onfenfs ,CI e Qoavd of gclucafion M. P. DUNCAN Svcrvlnry A. S. VVOOD FRANK li. REED Pre-sirlunl I.. B, N llLLl:.R Vim'-Prvsirlv R. Il. liBl'fRl.l. IOSICPH SXIANIUNI ll'l'IlSlll'l'l' IOIIN VV. YOUNG J. D. ISRUISAKIQR 6 N ERNEST B. Nm-NITT. M. S. Supcrinlonrlvnl of Schools TO TI-IE CLASS OF 1947 .Ns thi- commencement for the Class ol' 1047 clraws near. lhe memhers ol ihis class will have varying reaclions lo the iclen that soon all conneclions wiih New Brighlon High School will he severed. Some memhers of the clnss will he overjoyed ni he-ing released from lhe honcis oi formal eclucnlion nncl will imrneclialely emharli on lhe sea of informal cclucalional experiences or enter the school ol' uharcl lmoclcsf' Some of you will prolmhly enler the ill'lllf'Cl forces. Cyihers will use lhis periocl of formal puhlic school eclucnlion just complcleci as an springboard for acivanceci eclucalional opporiunilies. lxlay your ecluculion. whelher ii he formal from il higher insliiuiion ol' learning or from the everyclny school ol experience, teach you the truth of this Chinese proverh, HA wise mam learns from experience, il wiser man learns from the expcrience oi olhersf' To each ol you go my sincere good wishes for n happy and prosperous lili- ami that success muy crown your every eiiorl. l 7 LLOYD E. TAYLOR, M. ED. Prinripal of New Brighton High School S go tlze gacufty . . . liml Iikiitlllvlll group wiiicii ilas served us so well in our four-year journey. NVQ time members of the Class of i047 extend our sincerest appreciation to the faculty of New Brigimlon High Sciiooi for luotim formal instruction and tiiose lessons wilivil reach beyond tile classroom. U Gbmi BAIR. CHESTA . . . .B. S. in Home Economics Imiiann Siaie Tenrilers College Pennsylvania Siniv College HOHIF El'llll0Yllil'S BRANII MRS CONS'I'ANCIi . . , . . . .c 'nmn llldillllll sinh' Teueilvrs Conegu Geneva Coiiege Uniivvrsiiy of Piiisixnrgii cvll-'lIliSlTj' Giri Reserves' Sponsor BRANT, LI-QI? . . . . . .Ii 5. in I'.cIui'nIion .. w liuiinnu Sink' Ieurilers coli:-ye IInii'4-rsiiy of Pilisinlryii Muiiwrmiiics CZPUQTUPIIQ' Piiysiml I'f4Iuruiinn Asst. I:ooIImII nnci Bnsizeiimu Corwin A-.ooo- ff l':XMI'IIIiI.l ., ANNA . . . A. in I,oIiliiuI Svivini- Grove fwiiy Conn-ge Universiiy of 'jiHSIJlIl'g'l Biology Science CIILIJ Sponsor Freshman Class Aiivisor CARTER. NIIRIAN . . . . , .Il S. in IfmIui'nliun Geneva College Universiiy of Pilislmrgh Englisiu IV Library Ijbrury CIuI1 Sponsor Senior Iiierury COENE. IVAN N. Geneva f'oIIege University of Piilsfmuryix California Sizzle Teucilers College Carnegie Insiiiuie of 'FQCIUIOIOQY Iwnnuui Aris -F--Y 4 Q 4 -1--H CUUCH. VIRGINIA . . . . . . IS. S. in Education Geneva Coilege University of bliflliglllll Hislory Public Speuizing AIuurum Advisor Director Senior CInss Ping DAVIS, GLENN . . B. S. in Public SrImoI IxIusii' Iniiiuna Slnle Teariwrs Cnuege Carnegie Insiiinie of Tecilnology Pemisyivnniu Slain' Coiiege Iwusir Dl 'INI'lAN, .Il,'I.IIfI'I'If ..X,II. Gl'll1'l'U CVUIIPQQ' Grove Ciiy Couegc Universiiy of Piiisimrgil Eng' i sir 1 I0 GARMIQN. ANNA JANE Ps-lmsyii-aniu sinh' Coiivgv Gena-vu fiaiiegn Dnqm-snv Unimfrsily University of Piiisixurgix Civics Vxrurifi Hislory Pvnnsyivuniu Hisfury CII-QARY, MRS. ANNA . .,........ X. IB. Germ-vu fioiivge Carnegie institute of VFPCIHIOIOQQ' Sprmisii 'Jlllfll ROOIII GROC0'l'I', NANCY . ii. S. in Busim-ss ,Miminislraulion fivm-vu Coils-yu Universiiy of Piiisimrgil ifnoieiufeping Typvlvriiing Scixooi Ariiviiy Treusnrir Duran' Suywrvisor HALAMA, MARGARITI' . . , . . . B. in l':cilu'ulinn iuriimm sinh' Tvariwrs Coiivgr' Coiuminiu Univ:-rsily Iunior Business Training Typing I Business IAFUIIIIIPHQ' Assisluni in G. A. A. HANllfI'0N, l'Al'l. N. .,......B.S.,M,A. Grove' Ciiy Coiivge Univ:-rsily of Pilfsimrgi: iv'llfllPllICl'iCS Guiiiumv fiuunsviur IIIZCKMAN, EVA . , . . . . B. S. in fimnnnnc Grove Ciiy Coiivgv Simrlilumi 1 Consunwr Scimurv "firim.on ami l:0iilu Acivisor llIl.l., RICHARD C. . . . . . . . B. S., M. lid. Grove Cily Coiivge Univvrsiiy of Piilsirurgii Isillfilvlillliilii 1 Senior 'fiinss Advisor HOPKINS. JOHN ROGER Geneva Coiiege Univvrsify of Piiisimurgil Engiisix innior Prmn IIORNICK. RUTH . . . . . . B. S. in lillllfkliiilll imiianu Slntv Tenciwrs Cuiivgv 'rypvwriling Businvss Xvriiing ami Spviiing 9 0 6 9 JOHNSON. MRS. ELIZABEIH CTYUIIPIWI COIIPQI' lfnglisli 'lfwrimson ancl Gold" Director Iunior Class Play KELBAUGH. CLAIRE . . . B. S. in Biological SIiil'lll'l' Geneva College Yale University Biology Gvnerrd Sfivrlre KLJHNS. tiX"lil.YN . . . . . . B. S. in lfrluralion lmlianu Stale Te1u'ln'rs CWUIPQL' Sluorllmml I lfoolelweping l ltusiness Arillulwlic' lunior literary cT0lllHlllll'!' I,.Y'l'I.lf, li'l'lIlil. N. .......,..A.l5. Uwivmi Cullegu University of Piltslnu-gli l.aiin lsllgltill lil Director Senior Class Play Sli-QUlfIiN. RAYMOND . . . . . A. B.. M. A.. Ph. IJ. Geneva College University of Pittslmrgli Senior Ameriam History ftllftvlll History Soplzomore Class Advisor Heart of Sorial Studies Department Sponsor of Clwer Leaders NIAJORS. MYRA GPIWIYU College McGill University. Montreal, Can. l:rl"nL',l BIILLIQR. MIQLVIN ..........X.lS. Xvestminsier College .-hneriean History Prolxlr-ins uf Democracy Assistant Football Coarll Heacl Baslzetlmall Coarlz lunior Class Sponsor MOLTER, OLIVER . . . . . B. S. in Engineering XXIOSIUYIQIOII and Iefferson College University of Pittsburgh Physics General Science Head Football Coacll Assistant Baslzetlmull Coacll Hi-Y Advisor MORGAN, BYRON . . . . . . B. in ECOIIOIIIICS S-, Geneva College University of Piltslxurgli Purdue University History l'i9ll.lfll 5 Pllysival Education Baslzetlmll Concli Footlmll Coach ,Ju PAINTER. BURTON C. . . . , . . . A,I3..N,A. Genevu Follegv University of Piilslzurgll Ancient History Moileriu Hixlory PARKER. JIiANNlf . . . in Hr-alll! Etluruliun Slippery Rocla Stale Teacllers Cnllegif Plzysicul Erlumlion ' fx. 44. SPOIISOI' I'I.A'I'I'. MRS. VIRGINIA Geneva College University of Pillslvurgli lfnglisln Ill l'RA'Ivr, INIILDRED . . . . B, S. in Ari Edurnlion lfilinlaoro Slate Teurlners College Ari Supervisor SHEEHAN. ROBERT . B. in Business Aclminisiruiinn Geneva College Curnmerrial Lau' Commercial Geograpliy Senior Stunal Committee Sponsor SHELAR. ELIZABETH GPIWIYU College Pennsylvania History Business Ariillmeiic TEMPLETON. NARIAN . . B. S. in Publix: School Nlusir lnclinno Stale Tenrliers College Vocal lwusir lwlixecl Cllorus Triple T rio Boys' Glee Clulz THOMAS. .IEANE C. Ulierlin College Geneva College University of Pillslmrglx Englisli II, IV "Crimson anal Golrln Acluisnr TRITSCIILER. .IB-KN Tlie Pennsylvania Slale College Algebra II Assisinnl Ailvisor of Girl Reserves ww 0 4 V5- J School Secvefafvies O MILDRED THOMPSON , Svvrelury lo Iwr. 1WvNfH W MARY LOU MCDONALD Secrofary lo Iwr. Taylor 14 5 TI-IE GANG - x 563' ' ' ' in or 1.12216 1 gouufhe Students . . . that group which proviclecl those lifetime lrienclships or the occasional. uHil' '... those who suffered with us through the trials ol algebra. Latin. or hoolclceeping. or lhose new laces than each year lnrought along. Rememher? IT .EZ-i0Il'l0"Z3'lOlU Here we stand looking toward a braver world Where free hearts dare to go beyond the bounds Of hatred and intoleranceg where men Will love their brothers even as themselvesg And all the swords to plowshares will be groundg And malice with the past be put aside, To make a wider way for our new world. But such a hope is idle fancy still And all our many dreams are merely naught, Unless we realize the price we pay In blood, in honest toil, and tearsg and know Why in our hearts we say we cannot build A strong .tomorrow on a weak today. So let us make this step we take today Not just an ending, but beginning be To something greater than the past has seen, That we might bridge the gap that arcs between The common and sublime of all our hopes And make this dream a true reality. RUTH ANN COLEMAN I8 H44.. Q Y...- Y . ROBERT EDVVARDS RICHARD HADDOX MARILYN ANDERSON VVALTER DVVYER President Vice-President Secretary Treasure-r if rough Sflw fljeaf-is As shy and bewildered freshmen we hegan our long, but enjoyable. journey through high school. Not being familiar with high school life. we found it rather diliicult at first. But. as time progressed, we became better acquainted with our new surroundings and soon found our- selves taking part in the more important activities ol the school. The upper classmen continually made fun of us and referred to us as the uGreenies on the Shell." But nothing could discourage us, for we were determined to attain our goal ol being one ol the most outstanding classes to be graduated from New Brighton High School. A very successful literary entitled Christmas Car- nival was presented before the class. Our olzlicers who led us through this first trying year were: President-Richard lnge, Vice-President-Dorothy Christopher, Secretary-Marie Hunt. Treasurer-Marilyn Anderson. As we approached our sophomore year, we were more confident than we had been the previous year. Of course, we were delighted with the privilege ol' sitting on the lirst iioor with the upper classmen during assembly programs. We proved our ability in the field of dramatics by the successful performances of three one-act plays entitled Uncle Boifs Bride, Sparlzinf and Curse You, facie Dalton. Our officers for this year were: President-Richard Haddox, Vice- President-Dorothy Christopher, Secretary-Nlarie Hunt, Treasurer-Frank Kohne. As we strug- gled through such subjects as Latin and algebra. we were lorever mindful oi the lact that someday the world would depend upon us for guidance and success. Thus. being conscious ol this fact, we endeavored to achieve in our studies, in order to leave a record in New Brighton High School which never would be surpassed. As our sophomore year drew to a close. we could hardly realize that already the half-way mari: of our high school career had been reached. Then came our junior year and the honor ol being referred to as uupper classmenf' a title to which we had loolced forward since our entrance into N. B. H. S. Again we showed great dramatic ability by our performance of a very successful play, Dorff Keep Him Wfaiting. This year olur President was Harold Powers, Vice-President-Fred Mack, Secretary--Eleanor Reinehr, Treasurer-Robert Edwards. This third year of our high school life was brought to a successful close by the colorful Junior-Senior Prom. At last, we achieved the greatest honor ol all, that of being high school seniors. which we had anticipated lor so long. Time had passed so swiftly since we First entered high school that we could hardly realize that our school career was drawing tfa close. Now the time had come for each one of us to bid farewell to his Alma lxlater and schoolmates and malce his own way along life's checlcered path. But wherever we go. and whatever we succeed in doing, cherished memories of New' Brighton High School will forever remain with us to create a warm and pleasant glow in our hearts. A JUNE COENE 20 SENI DONALD ALLEMAN Dun "Tu wurl: art-untl ileaxl bullies is his aim: n . .Xml -we hope in the luture, he will achieve this fame." Srieulilir Course Literary III, IV Alauruui Stat? i-eienee Clnh III RICHARD ANDERSON "AnrIy" "Athletic in hniltl, tall :xml slim: Genteel in manner, huts nf vim," 51-ienlilir Course Iiuuthall Reserves I, II Varsity Fuuthall III. IV Freshman Ilasketball Varsity Ilasketball Il, Ill, IV llaseball III, IV Hi-V Il, III, IV Hi-V Uliieer IV Class Ufliver ll Literary Utilirer I, II, III BETTY J EANNE BACHELOR "Buell" "She always has a smile fur yuu, Although she may be feeling blue." Srienlilic Course G. A. A. I, ll, III, IV Girl Reserves IV Science Cluh IV Senior Stalnl Committee JAIVII-QS Ii. BARKICI1 HIIIIIU "Ile hulfls them with his tiwinkliug eyes. fit-in-ral Course- Mixesl Churus II. Ill. IV Stage Crevr I, II, Ill, IV SANTO J. BATTAG LIA Hsnnloi' 'In luis science classes he excels-- We hrlz: in life he clues as well." Srienliliir Course i 1 9 4 7 VIULA AM YGDALOS avi.. "A sweet clispusition, a sunny smile: Makes her friendship a thing worth while. ' ' Cmnmerrinl Course Girl Reserve III, IV G. A. A. II, Ill, IV INIARILYN ANDERSON ".-Indie" "Here's a girl that's cute, we think: At her the boys often wink." Comme-rrial Soc-rcla rial Course G. A. A. I, II, III, IV Girl Reserve II, IV Class Officer' I, IV Girls' Chorus I, II, III Literary I, III LORETTA BAKER A-Bflkeu "Her eyes sparkle and are so hrnwn, Ou her you selllum see a frown.' ' Scicnlilic Course G. A. A. I, ll, III, IV Girl Reserves IV Science Club III, IV Senior Stand Committee JAMES BARR lillfl' "Never having mueh to say, Gentle and quiet in every way." Commercial Course Ilantl Il, IIII, IV Literary SARA -BECii UBet'Iey" "She laughs at whatever goes wrong, Her life is as merry as a song." Cnmnn-rrial Secretarial Course Literary I. III G. A. A. I, II, III, IV Girl Reserves II, III, IV Class Play III Girls' Chorus II, III Senior Stand Committee SENIORCLASSOF 1947 TH ERESA BEIJE KOVICH mrcbe.. "She easy tn remember. She ts harder tn l'm'Ret." KTOIIIIIIFYCIBI CUIIYSC ti. A. A. I, ll, Ill, IN tiirl Reserves Ill, IV BARBARA BEGLIN "Barb" "Sl1e'sAliappy nn niatterrwhere she is, Our little Ilarh sure is a whiz." COIII IIICITIRI CIOIIFSC ti. A. A. III, IV tlirl Reserves IV Literary III junior Service Corps MARILYN BENNETT "Marilyn" "At times she seems rather my and quiet: llut that isn't bad, others ought to try it." Scicnlilic Course li. A, A. I, II, III, IV Iiirl Reserves II, Ill, IV Library Club IV Literary Program III PAUL BLINN npev XVM-H "At times nur l'aul seems to he rather shy: llut we know quite well tlmt he will get by." Commercial Course lland IV DICK BRELLOCK "Dick" "He likes tn travel lar, In any kind of car." General Clerical Course .- ii LOUIS HEDNAR "Lou" "YYe know Luu will gn lar, In his hubba, hubba, nice car!" Connnr-rcial Booltltec-ping Course PEGGY ANN BELL npvggy.. "TQ beautify wmnen is her aim, XX e hope she dues well In this gamef Commercial Booltlteeping Course Girl Reserves Il, III, IV G. A. A. Il, III. IV Senior Stand Committee Library Club IV flass lllay Usher ll, Ill Literary I VIRGINIA BINGI-IAM "Ginny" "Her quiet voice gives us the sound OI petals falling tn the grmnidf' Classical Course tjirl Reserves ll, III, IV ti. A. A. I, II, III, IV Seninr Stand Cmnmittee Science Club IV Literary l BETTY BOR K "Purley" "Sl1e's always gay and never dreary Of her we never will grnw tveary.' bcicnlilic Course G. A. A. l, ll. Ill, IV Library Club IV Science Club III, IV Girl Reserves ll, lll. IV Senior Stand Committee Literary III Alaurum Staff Ir. Service Curtis flass l'lay Usher II, Ill JOSEPH PATRICK BUDISCAK "BiuIy" "As an athlete he was one oi vthe best He tvuultl prove himself in any test.' Gr-nor:-tl Clerical Course Football I, ll, Ill, IV Basketball ll, III Ir.-Sr. l'rinn funnnittee i SENIORCLASSOF 1947 noum ies BYRD "Dolly" "Sunny hair :intl sininyblace. Ui sarlness there ynu'll hml no trace, ' cIPl'N"fHI CIl'fIl'Hl Cilllrsf G. A. A. I Literary I 4 .Senior Stanil tlmnnittee ANNA CAMP ill!!! "Yun can tell at a glance. 'lhat this girl will advance." Scienlilir Course liirl Reserves Ill. II' Q.. A. A. Ill Literary III NVILLIAIWI I. CETNAR "Bill" "He's a lellnw that's really swell, As you all knnw very well." Scicntilic Course Literary I, lll Class l'lay lll, IV Science Club III JOE CIRIELLO "Hama" "Black are luis eyes and hair, Anil he wants to fly thrnugli the air." Scientific Course Foutball Reserves ll, Ill Varsity Ifnothzill IX' J ENELYN CLAPIE slay.. "Although she dues well in schnnl, She finds some time to act a foul." Scientilic Course Ki. A. A. I, ll, Ill. IX' Girl Reserves ll, lll, IV Class l'lay Committee Il, Ill Senior Stand Committee Literary I, II Mixed Chorus I, ll Junior Service Corps Science Club III, II' liraduatimt Usher Ill HARVEY CALHOUN "Horne" "The fellows all call him 'IIeak,' llut he's a nice guy, so to speak." Scientific Course fhurus I, Il, III, IV lland I, Il, Ill, IV Basketball I, Il, Ill Football ll Midwestern Chorus I, II, IV Small fhnir I, II Ilnys' Quartet III Junior l'roni Committee DONALD CANTN ER I-Dllllkyu "'llhere is none just like hiin, A Fhmigh there are many mutations. Cnninicrvial Boolcliec-ping Course ROBERT CHAIN "Chain" "Never clnwn--hearted, never weary: Always jubilant, always cheery. ' Scicnlilic Course I-li'Y Ill, IV Basketball I, ll, III Literary l, II, Ill CARL CIRCLE "Carl" "At an unperturbeil pace: He'll win liie's race." Scienlilic Course Hi-Y ll, lll, IV IVIARTPIA CLARK "Marty" "She makes up in quietness what most of us lack." Secretarial Boolilceeping Course il. A. A. l, ll, lll, IV Girl Reserves II, III, IV ,luniur Class l'lay Library Club III, IV junior Service Corps III Senior Stand Committee . SENIORCLASSOF 1947 DOROTHY COAST "Doi" "Sn shurt anil sweet is she, And a secretary she wants tu be." Coinnicrrial Course tiirl Reserves ll. Ill, IV Library Club lil, IV Library flub Ofiicer Ill, lV FRANKLIN A. COLEMAN, JR. Ulilldn "A little nonsense now and then, ls relisherl by the best of men." Scienlilic Course lfreslnuan llasketball PHYLLIS COLNVELL "Phil" ""l'is the little things that cuunt. Commercial Secretarial Course Literary ll, lll Qirl Reserves ll, Ill. lV K.. A. A. 1, ll, lil, ll. ti. A. A. fabinet lll GERALD CRAVVFURD nlwry., "Nl'hether he goes East ur whether he goes NYestg XVe hope that he will always tiucl his quest." Connncrcial Bnulilwvping Course THEODORE E. DALBEY "Teil" "Here is a buy who has a theme: , Believe in a reality, not a dream. S'iCllliliiC Course Science Club lll, IV Science Club Executive Cunnnittee Ill H' 2-1 J UN E COENE "Inna" "To be a success, Nothing less." Classical Course Girl Reserves ll, Ill, IX' Literary Ill, IV Library flub 1V Library Uluh flilicei' IV Alaurum Staff RUTH ANN COLEMAN '.RlIill Annu "She'cl help you out in any way: A true friend to have any day." Classifal Course liirl Reserves Il, Ill, IV: G. A. A. Ii Ill: Literary Klilicer l: Literarx lrograms 1,. lll: Ilunim' Prom Cum'- nntteeg Junior C ass Play: Sophos nmre Class Play: Senior Class Play Uritnson and finltl Staff ll Ill Alaurnm Stal? IV: League wif Na: tions faintest: Sciellve Club lll. HAROLD CONLEY "Whnpy" "AuyQne can tell he's a quiet buy, But Just the same he's full of jny.' SCi0I'llil'if Course Literary lil GENE J. CURCIU "Genius" Anil is a very good friend to all.' COlllllll?l'K'i8l Cours:- Fontball Manager l, ll, lll, IV Basketball Manager l Li-:wis DEM ETER U DPGFOYII, "This buy has earned himself a name: Because he is of football fame." Scientific Course lfnutball I, ll, Ill, IV Basketball l. ll, ill Baseball 111, IV "He helps as a manager nf fnntballg SENIORCLASSOF 1947 ELIZABETH DOUGAL "Beth" "She hopes someday to get in sing: . . ,. We know she'll be a female Iling. General Clerical Course G. A. A. I, II, III, IV Girl Reserves ll, III. IV Girls' Chorus II, IV RAINIONA DOYLE HINIOUIUU "IYith success as her aim: She bears hope of future fame," General Course G. A. A. I Girl Reserves ll A Senior Stand Coninnttee INIILDRED DREYFUS "Mitziv" "Although this lass is slapvliappy it's trueg ' Ynu'll find no better pa tm' you. Connnerrial Secretarial Course Literary III G. .-X. A. Ill, IV Girl Reserves Ill, IV Science Club Ill, IV Alaurum Staff Senior Class l'lay noN.u.n A. Dwi' ER l.D0lI'. "Never glum, and out of sort: He'll always be a very good sport. Connncrrial Buoltltr-1-ping Course Literary I Science Club III LUIS K. EARLY "Ears" "Just out ui the service is he: And a policeman he wants to be. LIPIIPIBI C0llFSC MARK DOLIGLASS "AI Capone" "He is the kind whose nature never varies." Connncrrial Booltltecping Course Football Manager I, ll, Ill, IV Hi-Y Ill, IV Sophomore Class l'lay Stage Manager ,lumor Class l'lay Stage Manager B ERNADETTE DR EVITCH Bernie "'l'raveIling is what she wants to dog Ile hope that this wish will soon come true." Connnt-trial Cours:- ..... , Girl Reserves ll, Ill, IV G X X ll Ill YVILBERT DUNLAP Uljennyn "Tu be a scientist is his aim: IVe hope that this will be obtained." Scientific Course Science Club Ill. IV Literary Ill VVALTER DWY ER ' "wan" "Leaders are men who come with a decision, not I'OR one." CIOII I IIICITIRI CTOHTSC Football I, Il, lll, IV llasketball I, Il, Ill, IV liaseball Il Literary Otiicer Ill Class Uftlcer IV ROBERT EDWARDS "Bob" ' "A handsome lad with a great sense of humor." Scicnliiif Course Literary Program III Hi-Y III, IV Football Il, III, IV Class Otiicer III. IV ss 23 SENIO TON Y ELLIS .UI-ony.. "Crimson and Gold is the shield of a true knight onthe football field." CIOIII IIIPIYIRI COLIFSK' Football I, Il, III, IV Ilasketball Iv, ll, Ill, IV RUDY FABYANIC "Fab" "ln basketball he does excell: IYe hope in life he does as well." Connnerrinl Course liasketball I, II, III, IX' GEORGE EDXVARD FORD UTPQIH "IYe all like nur Ted. V But that doesn't need to he said." Scienlifif Course Literary I, II, III Science Club III, IV Science Club Oliirer lll AINIELIA FRANZE nfiillfe Orion "As you know they call her "Little 0ne": llut she's always a lot of fun." Connnercial Bookkeeping Course Literary I Iiirl Reserves III, IV Alaurum Stan' IV MARTHA FUN KHOUSER "Marty" "She has a smile for yuu and meg And keeps you laughing, as you can see." Conmicrcial S1-rretarial Course Literary l, Ill liirl Reserves ll, Ill Crimson and Gold Staff IV R CLASS O 26 F1947 DAXVN lNIARIili ERWVIN "Dawn" A very particular little elf: XVhn tinds it hardest tn please her- self." 4. Connnercial Bookkeeping Course Literary l, lll Girl Reserves ll, III, IV G. A ..-X. ll, IV ,Iuninr Class l'lay Usher Senior Stand Committee Alaurum StaFf Mixed Chorus IV Girls' Chorus Ill Juninr Service Corps ll, lll Senior Class l'lay DAVID FIELDS ..Dol1., "His jokes and pranks are of the best., He will -always be a welcome guest." Scienlihc Course lianrl I, II, III, IV AIZIITUIII Staff Literary I, ll, III. IV Dance Orchestra lll Senior Class Play CHARLES FOVVKES UOIAPIII "Four years full of fun, llut now my diploma is won." ScienIiIic Course Band I, IV Mixed Chorus II, III, IV Stage Manager I, II, III, IV Class I'lay II JOHN FRESHVVATER nsam.. "His friends, they are many, His foes, are there any?" Scientific Course Orchestra I, Il, III, IV Band Ill Hi-Y Il, Ill, IV Ifbotball I Basketball ll Chorus Il Safety Patrol Ill IVIARGARET C. FUTATO '.Margy" "She's small in stature that is true: And to teach music to others she aims to do." Commercial Bookkeeping Course G. A. A. I, 11, 111. IV Iiirl Reserves II, Ill, IV Senior Stand Committee Science Club IV SENIOR CLASS OF 1947 TER ESA GAU DIO .4 .. Tfl'S "Sweet and petite: She c:tn't be beat." Conmterrial Secretarial Course Crimson and Gold Stat? IV Literary lll Sophomore Class l'lay Connnittee Junior Class Play Cmnmittee tiirl Reserves II, lll. IV li. A. A. Cabinet IV ti. A. A. Il. III, IV PAUL GRIINI "Grinlieu "His name is Grim, Ilnt his outlook isn't." Scif-ntilir Course Basketball Manager I, II, III. IV Itantl IV junior Class I'lay Stage Manager .IOANNE II AARBAU ER 'lloannen "Quiet, gentle, sweet is she, No matter what the circumstance he." General Cleriral Course tiirl Reserves II, III, IV Girls' Chorus II Sophomore Class Play SARA ANN HARDY "Sully" "Sunny hair, sunny face, I Ot sadness there ynu'll hntl a trace. ' Cnnunerrial Secretarial Course Iiirl Reserves II, III, IV 1' K A I II lll IV .i.:. . . 1 I Suphmnore Class Play Committee MARY Louise HAWK "Dolly" "Her personality is known by all, NYe hope that it will never tall." CDIII II ICITIBI C0llfSC Senior Stand Committee Iiirl Reserves Il, III, IV ti. A. A. IV tiirls' Chorus III Literary I, III junior Class Play Committee ROBERT GILLESI-ir: NCIIOCII UHOI' him we always will applaud, I'or he was on our football squad. Scicntilic Course Football I, II, III, IV ' IIIIIIIOI' Class I IEW .IUIIIUT Literary I'rngram RICHARD B. HADDUX "Dirk" "He has very attractive eyes, lhe envy ol many of the guys." Colnuicrcial Course Football III, IV Class President II Class Vice-I'resi4Ient IV JAMES HARDING u,3QgI'l9Gdn "For his hair is not more sunny than his disposition." ' Scientilic Course SARA ANN HARTISIAN Ns "Smart Intl petite though she may be, As a dress designer we may some clay see." LT0llIlllCN'IiiI Secretarial Course G. A. A. I, II, III, IV Girl Reserves IV Crimson and Gold Staff'lV Snlvhmnore Class I'Iay I'r0mpter Mixed Chorus I, IV Literaries I, III Junior I'ruin Committee DAVID HAYS IIDUURII "NYhen Ilave blows his sweet gold horn, IVe're certainly glatl that he was born." Sricnlilic Course liand I, Il, III, IV Ibance Itantl III SENIORCLASSOF 1947 NIARGARET J EAN H EALY lean 'She's likeil by everynne: She never leaves a thing undone." CSOIII IIICITIEII COIIYSC ti. A. A. Girl Reserves DAVE HELBLING UDUUEU "Every man is a bookm This one is worth l"C2llIlIlQZ.i' Scientific Course Crimsun and Gold III Senior Class Play Stage Manager J ULIA HERM ES Mindy.. "Her wuntleitnl rlispnsitinn has lift- ed many a spell of gloom." Scientilic Course lv. A. A. I, II, III, IV: liirl Re- serves II, III, IV: Girl Reserve Cabinet IVQ Crimson and Gold Stat? Ill: Alaurum Staff: Junior Service Corpsg Sophomore Class I'lay 1 junior Class I'Iayg junior Literaryg Senim' Literary, Science Club III, IV: Science Club Olilicer III: Junior- Seninr I'r0ni Committee. PATTY HOGUE "Pnl" "She has a pleasant and pleasing personality, And vve hope her dreams will be a reality." Commercial Bookkeeping Course G. A. A. I, II, III. IV Girl Reserves II, Ill, IV Literary I DONALD HOUSEHOLDER nspair.. "Short in stature and known by all, You can always see him in the halls." Gene-ml Clerical Course Literary I Science Club Ill EDXVIN M. HECKER "Eddie" Erlclie is known by all, You can always hear him in the halls." Connncrriai Bookiiecping Course TOINI HELBLING "Tom" "This little lad is knnwn as Tnin, He has as much pep as the Atuin IIl7lI'IIJ.n Scienliiic Course Senior Class Play Stage Manager JOHN HILL "john" "He is a friend to all, And loves to play ball." Scientific Course Science Club III JACK HOLZVVORTH "Zeke" "Wife grant he has much wit, llnt he's very shy in using it." COIIIIIICTCIHI C0lIfS? Fuutball Baseball DONNA Low Hows IIDORNOII "A pretty blnnd is this little girl, To one and all she'lI he a pearl." Scientific Coursc tt. A. A. I, III. IN' Girl Reserves II, III, IV Science Club 111, IV Library Club IV SENIOR CLASS OF IDUROTHY MARGARET H UGH ES NDN.. "IIer ieatures are small, And are known by all." Coinmvrcial Secretarial Conrsv tl. A. A. I, II, III, IV tiirl Reserves II, III, IV Literary I, lll Library Club II, IV Senior Stand Committee Sophomore Class Play Committee -Iuuior Class Play Usher Senior Class Play RICHARD 1.. more "Dick" "'l'oV us his, 'Come on, cheerl' XXIII always be a memory dear." Sci:-nliliti Course Cheerleader I. II, III, IV Chorus I Freshman Class President Literary I. II Hi-Y II, Ill, IV tllee Clnh DUROTHY J ONES 1iBlIll"l'. "Because she is so very sweet, Success will lay always at her feet." Connm-rvial Secretarial Cnursc liirl Reserves ll, III, IV 1.. A. A. I JAMES K ELBAUGH uhm.. "A music instructor he wants 'to be, And we hope that this will he achieved. " Srir-nlilim' Course Literary I, lll Chorus ll, III, IV Midwestern Chorus III' Junior Class Play EARL KIRCHNER nlnnioru "Tu studying law is his ambition, IVe hope that he gets such a posi- lion." Scif-nlilir Course Crimson and Gold Stall' I. Il, III, IV: Hi-Y Ill, IV: Mixed Chorus I: Safety Patrol IV: Senior Stand Com- mittee: Junior Class l'lay Manager: Literary III, IV: Science Club Ill, V: Science Club Otticer IV: Amer- ican Legion Award: Iland Manager. 20 1947 MARIE HUNT ".NIuriv" "This girl has personality combined with brains! She has used them both In make her gains." Classical Course Class Otlicer I, Il: Girl Reserves II, III, IV: liirl Reserve Ofhcer III, IV: G. A. A. I, II, III, IV: Literary Otlicer III: Literary Programs I, III: Crimson and Gold Staff III, IV: Science Club III: Junior Service Corps: junior Prom Committee: Football Queen: League of Nations Contest: junior Class Play. ROBERT JENVELL ' ' IVIPatIviIIe" "Ile always wears a silly grin, NVhich is well-known of him." Gelivral Clerical Course Meadville High I Cross Country I Football II. III Literary III Ilaiul IV Safety Patrol IV Sophomore Class Ilay Stage Crew s MARGARET JEAN KARR Hlwmgy.. "She's one of the smallest in our class, llut that only makes her a cute little lass." Gent-ral Course llirl Reserves II, Ill, IV li. A. A. I, lll Senior Stand Committee Literary I Sophmnore Class Play Usher junior Class Play Usher EVELYN KENNEDY UEU.. "lf ynu need a pal, Right here's the gal." Classiral Course lland IV: Mixed Chorus II, III, IV: Senior 'l'rio IV: Literaries I, III: Alaurum Staff: junior Prnm Coni- mittee: Harmony II: Girl Reserves ll, lll, IV: G. A. A. I, ll, lll, IV: Sophomore Class Play: Juni-ir Class Play: Seninr Class Play. FRANK l'IIiRMAN KOHNE ..K0'lHP" "He does his work at the end of each day. And hopes the teachers won't have a thing to say." Scif-nlilir Cnurse Iiand I. Il, III, IV: Hi-V: Literary Utificer I: Class 0Fl'icer II: Football ll: Basketball Manager II: Basket- ball IIIQ Literary I. ll, III: junior Class Play: Senior Class Play. SENIORCLASSOF 1947 SY LVIA KOLU M BAN "She has a sense ol humor and wit. That in any situation will lit." Connnerrial Course Library Club Il Literary lll tiirl Reserves II, III, IV li. A. A. I, II, III. IV li. A. A. Cabinet IV Senior Stand Committee 4 DOROTHY KYSER "Dot" "Sl1e's quietg her words are few, Iiut her friendship will remain true blue," cIl'llf'l'HI CIIPTIFRI COIITSC ll. A. A. I Mixed Chorus IV Literary IV JAIVIES LATIIABI uhm.. "He's tall and good-natureil, too, Anil we hope that all his wishes will come true." Scienlilii' Course Iland ll ,Ill ,IV ,Iunior Class Play Senior Class Play Literary Officer III, IV Literary Programs Alanrum Staff STELLA LESCZY K "SMI" ".-Xffectinnate, loving, sweet, and kind-f I I Another just like her is hard to hurl." Bookkeeping Course Girl Reserves III, IY JOHN HOWVARD LITTLE "Fritz" "You may think he's rather tall, llut we rlon't like all fellows small." Srienlilic Course Junior Class I'lay Stage Manager Science Club III, IV Science Club Ollicer Ill '50 ANN MARIE KRKLIC "Ann" "She's always smiling and has curly hair: I , XX hen you want a friend, Ann s als ways there." CIfllllllN'I'4'IRI Course ti. A. A. I, ll Crimson and liold Stall' IX' C11 AR LEN E LANGN EC K ER NCIIIILCIQYH "May her ambition tower to the heaven's own height, And her every moment he tilleil with delight." Srientilir Course G. A. A. I, II, III, IV li. R. ll, III, IV Crimsun and Gold Stall IV Literary Officer IV Science Club Ill, IV Junior Service Corps II Iunior l'roin Committee III Literary l'i-ograins I, III, IX' DON LEIVIIVION msqtievzern "His quiet and reassuring ways are ever welcome." Sfienlil-ic Course Science Club Safety Patrol Literary III Alauruln Stall ANGELINE LEZOVICI-I ..Angie.. "Angie is always modest and sweet: She's the kind uf girl we want to meet." Comnn-rcial Secretarial Course li. A. A. I. II. Ill. IY Girl Reserves Il Ill. IV Literary I. Il, Ill, IV Alaurum Staff Senior Class Play Committee FRAN K NIACK "Hank" "Now our calssmate Frank- XYouldn't seem natural without :i prank." General Cours:- SENIOR CLASS OF 1947 LEROY M V LAUGH LIN IPO "He is musically inclinegl, Anil we hiipe he clues line." Gmwral Clvriral Course llanil Ill. IV MARGARET MARECIC nppg.. "Su unaffected, sn cmnpnseil of ininilz Su hrin, su sweet, so strung, su kind." Cunimcrrial Seen-lurial Course G. A. A. I, ll, Ill, IV Girl Reserves ll, Ill, IV Suplmniure Class Play Literaries I, ll, Ill .-Xlanrinn Staff IRVIN INIILLER If!! "Althuugh he may be quiet and shy, Von can always tell when he goes hy... Svifwililic' Cours:- Scienue Clnli lll, IV Hi-Y Ill, IV .I EAN MITTNIQR lvauniv "Loyal of heart, alert of mind, A liner girl will be hard tu rind." Cunnnerrial Boolilieeping Course Majurette I, Il, Ill, IV A. A. I. ll, Ill, IX' G. A. A. Cabinet III, IV Girl Reserves ll, Ill, IV Girl Reserve Representative ll Girls' Chorus Il Literaries Il, Ill SAI. LY INI ORACK nsallyn "A swee! little lass with plenty of Class." Sfienlilir Course li. A. A. I, II, Ill, IV Girl Reserves ll, lll, IV Literary Prngranis I, Ill Mixed Chorus I junior Service Corps Science Club lll Supliuiimre Class Play JOHN MCGOUN 'ilohnnyu "'l'hat devilish gleam in his eye Has caused inany girls tu give a s i gh. " Srienliliic Cours:- lfimtball Manager ll Literary Programs III junior Prmn Cinnmittee BETTY M EHAFFEY "Betty" "Sl1e's tall :incl slender, as you Can see, V l Anil has zi pleasing persmlalltyf' - , s Connnvrrml Cnursr- Girl Reserves Il EUGENE MITCHELL "l5IoIe" "His sinile anal sparkling eyes nnt- shine the stars." General CIIIITSP Literary I llaslretball Manager I Hi-X Il. lll Safety Patrol Ill OLGA IVIOGNONI llolgd-l "Gund in spqrts. llut most ut all, a good spurt." Coininervial Seen-larinl Course G. A. A. I. ll, III, IV G. A. A. Cabinet IV Girl Reserves ll, III, IV JACQUIiI.lNIi JEAN IVIORRISON Iavlzson "lIlusl1es su pretty, hair sn brown, Sweetest girl that ever was found." Connin-rrial Se-crclarial Course li. A. A. I, II, III, IV Girl Reserves ll. Ill, IV Girl Reserves Cabinet IV Literary I, II, Ill Sophwnlpre Class Play Junior Service Cnrps l , l SENIORCLASSOF 1947 CHARLES NOVVRY "Clinch" "XX'e shall always Kind time to praise, The dignity that is in his ways." S1'it'nIiI'iL' Course Hi-Y III, IV Literaries I, III Science Club III Snplnimfire flass Play NETTIE NIE NENVMAN nlvelliel' "I-Ier voice was ever gentle, suit and low, U l And her beautitul playing has caused many a glow." Cmnrnvrfial Course fnlqred Chorus I, II jnnnir I'rmn l'mnnnttee GLORIA OURS "Squirt" "A sweeter girl you never did see, For a sweeter girl there cannot he." Gi-neral CI:-rirnl Course G. A. A. I Girl Reserves IV Library Club IV Mixed Cliprns IV HARRY PARISO "Mort" "I-le has beautiful wavy red hair, Ut which all the girls are aware." General Clerical COIIFSP Literary Program III Ifnutliall I, II, Ill, IV isiitiicftuar mu LSON "Peggy" "Her hair's a golden mesh to en- trap the hearts of men." Scientific Course Girl Reserves II, III, IV tl. A. A. I, II, III, IV ti. A. A. Cabinet ll, III. IV Crimson and Gold Stat? II Literary Otiicer, I-ZSTELLA M URDOCK 'iEsteIIa" "Her energy and spirit have tn- limitations." CoiiiinvrciaI Cnnrsv CECILIA ORSAC ..C-iuy.. "Her cheery smile and winning ways, Have helped us thru many dreary day s." Cmnnwrrial Svcrclnrinl Cours:- WILLIAM PAFF "Bill" "Since l1e's as devilish as they come, UI Bill Paff, we hope there's unly une. " COIlllIll'ft'IilI Booldtf-r-ping Course INIILDR ED PATSIGA "Milly" "A sweet disposition, a winning smileg Q She makes everynne's life seem worth while." Connnvrrinl lirmkkr-I-ping Cours:- Class Play I'rnmpter Il Q' X A II Ill IV tiirl Reserves ll, III, IV lirinison and liuli Staff IV MARY Louise Puuso "Little Zo Zo" "Her disposition, sunny and bright, Lingers mi when out uf sight." Connncrrial Course li. A. A. I, II. III. IV Girl Reserves II, III. IV ti. A. A. Cabinet III Girl Reserves liabinet IV Snphmnnre Play Committee 1 1' - i l SENIOR CLASS OF 1947 IVIARY LOU PERROTT Hillary Loul' "A majiirette XYe wou't forget." Coninwrvial Course Majurette II, III, IV C -X -X I II III IV G, A. A. Cabinet III, IV Girl Reserves Il, IV Literaries I, III, IV junior Class Play Snplmniore Class I'lay Alaurum Stall IV BERTHA PHILLIPP ulfvrln "She is rather sweet, Anmng all the girls you meet." Cotntuerrlul S4-crrlurlal Course Girl Reserves II, III, IV J0 ANN POVVELL dimly.. "A heart within whose sacred cell, The peaceful virtues hive In dwell Sci:-nlilic Course llana I, ll, Ill, IV Orchestra Il G. A. A, I. II, III, IV G. A. A. Cabinet I, ll, III Girl Reserves Il, III, IV Literary I, III Class I'lay II junior-Senior Prom Cummittee junior Service Curtis I, II LUIS RABINOVVITZ ULU.. "May her ambitiun never cease, Lnme tumult nr peace." Classiful Course G. A. A. I, Il, III, IV Girl Reserves II. III, IV Alaurum Staff IV Literary RALPH RENSEL ..RaIph.. "Tu talk mqre, and study less, ls his advice lor every test." Ui-iivral Course llaild IV IiSTH ER PETU CH 'ilislieu "A .lace 'with gladness .oven-spreadg butt smiles of human kmtluess bred." c10IIIIIIf'l'CIRI QNOIITSI' Girl Reserves II, IV A. A. Il, I-I, III, IV v I.. A. A. Cabinet I Il, III, IX Literary I, II I 7. ,... . N 1' UECIR lf PICKRI-ILL "Ihislyn "He's rather tall, Ilut un the bull." cIlDIllIII1'ITIHI Cuursc BETTY PU LLION Uflellyn "A friend 'l'n the end." Coiiiiticrriul Btmlilievping Course G. A. A. I, II, III, IV Girl Reserves II, III, IV Freshman Literary ELEANOR REINEHR "Ellie" "She has a smile like ai thiwer in blnutii, And when turned on yuu, it dis- pels all glmutlf' Svicnlilir Course G, A, A. I, II, III, IV Girl Reserves II, III, IV Science Club III, IV Girls' Chorus II Iuiiinr Class Ullicer :Iunior Literary Snphntuure Class I'lay Science Club Otiicer III, IV ,luninr Service Corps Critnsun and Gold III Alaurum Stall' EL EANOR R HODES "Ellie" "Always in a cheery numd, Always doing hits ut growl." Sricnliliif Cours:- G. A. A. I, ll, III, IV, Girl Re- serves II, III, IV: Science Club III, Science Club Utticer Illg Harmony II, Mixed Churus II, III, IV: Sen- ior 'I'rig Crinisuu and Guld Stall' IV: Class Play II: Literary III: Ihvuble Mixed Quartet III: Triple 'I'riu IV: Chapel Pianist IV, Literary IV, Class Illay IV. tilee fluli IV SENIOR CLASS O PH I LLI P SABELLA "Phil" "I'hiI's :I true irienil In all: You might say he's really un the It--II " grim-nlillif' Course Stisnce Vluli III CH ARLI-QS scH RIVER UCIIIIICIZH "Some men rentiml lla ol' :tnirelsk they are so ihFferent!" Scif-nliliif' Cours:- Literary I, Ill QUIIIIOIIIUYC Ulass Play l'ootl1alI II, IX' R UDY SMOLAR "Rudy" "Nothing is more simple than great- ness, Inileetl tu he simple is to be great." Gr-ncml Cla-rival Cours:- Football III, IV Baseball III. IV Iiaslcetlwzill III J CASPER SPICKERMAN "Horne" Hollywood has nothing un Oak Hill, 'Cause they've got a Yan johnson too." t. Sch-ntilir Course- J AM ES STEPPE Hlillln "Nu matter where life shall final ypu, The Class of '47 is always behind you." Sfientilir Course Mixed Chorus I, Il, III, IV Double Mixed Quartet lll Midwestern Chorus III Safety Patrol IV Ilasektball Manager II. III, IX' Hi-Y II, III,1V Literary Utiticer ll liaselwall IX' 54 F1947 MARIE SAIBENE " W'wXX'ev" "Short annl Sweet" cl0llllllPl'l'IHI Snort-lnrinl Coursn ti. A. A, I, II, III, IV Girl Reserves II, III, IV Junior Service Corps I, ll. III BEYERELY SHAFFER "Tonnuy" "Pretty anil neat, and oh, su sweetf Srienlifir Course Band I, II, III, IY Mixed Chorus IV tiirl Reserves II, III, IV ll. A. A. I Literary Uliicer I Literary Prngranis I, lll. IV Triple I'rio Senior 'l'rin Sophomore Class Play Senior Class Play DICK SPAHR uspalirn "Life has been less Illlll. just by knowing him." Scientific Course- I'Ii-Y II, III. IV Alauruin Statl' Safety I'atrnI III. IV Flass I'Iay ll. III, IX' Literary I. III NVILLIAM SRMACK "Ball" "AltImug'Ii he is quiet anal shy, ' He wants tn fly through the skyf' CI4'lI1'I'ilI Clvrirnl Course EMERY TALKOVIC I-Eluvryn 'In school we observe his quiet ways , We hope he does well in future days." L 0lIIllIl'f'l'IiII K Ullfil' SENIOR CLASS OF 1947 KATH ERINE TAY LOR "Rally" "Never an unfriendly glance the whole year through." Q 0lllllll'fl IRI L 0llI'S1' l'oli-reil Chorus EILEEN TIPTON "Tippin" "Maitlenly blushes, eyes of blue: l'ep a-plenty-f-pug nose too." St it-nlilic Cours:- fi. A. A. I, Il, III, IX' ti. A. A. Cabinet I, ll Iiirl Reserves II, III, IV Girl Reserves Conference Science lilub III, IV .XIBLIFLIIII Staff Literaries I, II, Ill -lunior Class l'lay fomniittee junior l'r-nn fomniittee MARY JANE VASBINDER 'llwury lnnen "She has a nice smile, ' n That you'll remember quite a wlnle.' Iioinnicrcial S4-fri-larial Cours:- li. A. A. I, ll. Ill, IV Girl Reserves I, ll, Ill MARGARET vocuak --Iklllfgyu "To know when to keep silent is ri lar rarer virtue, Ihan to know when to speak." t'0lllIIl1'I'l'IHI S1'Cl'l'IRfIHI CNOIIISC li. A. A. I. Il, IX' liirl Reserves Il, III, Y RUSSELL WAGNER ..RllSSn "You all know of our friend Russ: I'Ie's a great guy to all of us." Scicntilic Course- Hi- Y Literary Ill Science Cluh III, IV Patrol IV 1 1 li CAROL TINDALL -KCGFUIII "A secretary she wants to be,- XYQ- hope that this she will achieve." CSIIIXIIIICYYIHI Svcrclurinl lxollrsc Girl Reserves Ill. IX' II. A. A. lll. IX' Science fluh IX' RICHARD XV. TRENARY "Dirk" "He's short- and small and quiet, too, Anil to his friends he's true." Scicnlilit' Coursc Hi-Y Ill, IV Basketball Ill Football Ill I XVALTER VOLIIVIC 'ARnssiun" "XYalter's a swell guy, And we all know the reason why." General Pours:- NI I LDR ED VUCINA "Milly" "'l'here's always a smile upon her face, h I She'll get along in any place. ' Connncrrial Serrclnrial Conrsc ti. A. A. I, ll, lll, IV lnrl Reserves ll .lll, IN HOWARD J. WHITTLE "NVIrit" "None but himself can he his parallel." Scicntilir Course Football ll, III 4- SENIOR CLASS O JAINI ES NVHITTLE .. , .. Inmor "His wonderful cheering stands apart, A'ul has won a place lll all our hearts." Commercial Sc-Creln rial Course Cheerleader I, II, III, IX' Literary III M ELVIN NVILSON "Tabby" "A football player strong and bold, He's playing his best for the Crim sun and Gold." I Cbllllllerfihl Buolclcz-1-ping Course I-'uotbal II. III. IV Hi-Y ll, III, IV Ili-Y Uihcer IV CHARLES YEAGER Ulugh.. "To worry little, to study less. 'I'hat's my idea of happiness." General Course JOE TRYBONE ..-I--Bone.. I-Ie's always smiling and never sad, The right klncl of a friend lor a person to have." Commercial Course Football F1-947 EMMA JEAN WILSON "Emma" "For her some sweet hope lies, Deeply buried from human eyes.' Scientific Course ll. A. A. I, II, III, IV I-. A. A. Cabinet IV Library Club IV Library Club Officer IV Literaries I, III Class Plays II, III Science flub III, IV EUGENE NVINTERS -'Gene' "May he venture to a foreign shore liut love his homeland all the nmref Commercial Course Alaurum Staff nov SPADE - "Bennie" "Quieg and nonchalant is he, A lrxend tu all he'Il always be." General COUTSP in . NIOR AUTOGRAPHS OF 19 enior Class .gfitefzafzy The literaries ol the Class ol' 1947 proved to be some ol the most interesting and educational programs presented during our four high school years. The first literary was held Gctober eighteenth. 1946. immediately preceding the early dismissal for the Beaver game. Because ol' the ab- sence of our president and other officers who were members ol our loot- ball squad, Jim Latham, our junior literary vice-president. presided over the meeting. John Freshwater reviewed the topic Fireproofing of Mod- ern Homes, and lvlary Lou perrott presented the Seven Vllonders of the Ancient World. Two current topics were presented by Earl Kirchner and Don Alleman. June Coene satisfied the natural feminine interests by discussing the fashion of today. Angeline Lezovich. David Fields, and Eileen Tipton provided special instrumental music. On December 20, the seniors and juniors worlced together to pro- duce a most successful Christmas literary. Dorothy Hughes discussed the various phases of Christmas, including the history, meaning, folic tales. and various customs concerning the season. Peggy Paulson told us about Santa Claus and hanging up our stockings. The lVlixed Chorus with the aid ol Jim Latham presented a musical and Biblical account of the Christmas story. Bill Cetnar told the beautiful story. The Boy in Nazareth. A special orchestra provided some appropriate Christmas music. The seniors who tool: part were Harvey Calhoon. David Fields. Dick lnge. and Jim Latham. Vve seniors would like to express our sincere appreciation to Miss Lytle, Nliss Carter. lvlrs. Brant, and Mr. Hill lor their aid in presenting our programs. Vve would also lilce to talce this opportunity to express our gratitude to lvliss Couch who always passed linal judgment on all programs. The 0H"iC6I'S FOI' ll'lC yeal' WETCI PRESIDENT ............. ..... L EWIS DEMETER VicE-PRESIDENT .... ....... R OBERT GILLESPIE SECRETARY ..... ---CHARLENE LANGNECKER lx',lARSHAL .... ...... J ACK Ho1.swoRTu 33 it jreclii io flze gami yn A new tinti in our ctlain ot memories ttas tween macte lay one ot' ttie tractitional tmigll ligtlts ot ttu- year--ttme tirst' Senior Class play. A CREDIT T0 TIIE FAMILY. To encteavor a proctuction sucti as a class play wittlout actroit counsel is to encteavor tlle ascent ot il steep tiitt from a cteact start in neutral gear. tlieretore. ttie stlactowtess crectit for A Cru-imr T0 Ttlli F.xMn.v tmetongs to our own Miss tfittmet t,ytte. A CNREDIT To Tllli FAhtll,1' was presentect in the New Brigtmton Higtm Sctmoot auctitorium on Frittay. Xtovemtmer 22. I040. ltme tottowing cast presentect ttie play: Nlr, Slum--tim impatient tultwr ............ xxytllthlll Felnar .lilfli-l!l'll'll.S troy fri:-mt ......... .... l Jnvict Fir-tcts xlrs. Stone-tin' mottn-r .......,........ Rnttu Ann fotennm ilqrluty .l0l1lt9'-ll'ttll till' Fllllllgvlllllt' nuuu .... tfteanor Rtlortes .terry Stone-lim ttllll-IISUKI tr-'en ugvr .......... t'4runli Kotme- Nlrs, ilivson--u ll't'!Itiily' u'i4tou'---- ---tfvetyn Kennecty ltetvn Stom--iris sister ........... .... l' severely Slmller Rotwrt iltyson-ttw poetry lover- .... Rictmrrl Spalpr lxlnry Ann Stone-tin' teict sister ....., --Nlilctrert Dreytus A State ,l4l'00lN'l'--'dll' tnw- ---itunes Latlunn .lane Dawn txtaree tfrwin lxlary W Ax .h I- Dorottly Huglnss ,lo A "ry ' H" 5 mu" S "" Pllyllis Calwell tfttintt .taint-s Vvtiittlc 'title plot ot ttme play concerns Jerry wtlo is trying lmarcl to be a credit to the tamity. lvut wllat troutxte tie tuast He is struggling to perfect the Russian txattet to please lwis trienct Trudy. But 'tiructy is interestecl in somettiing else. Stle t1as turnect tier attention to poetry. poor Jerry lcnows only ttle poetry NN'l1il'll comes on Valentines. To matte matters worse tiis ltattler is trying to swing an important lwusiness cleat witli lxlrs. Tyson wtio is visiting witll tler son. Ttle son inci' ctentalty is a regular ulnlormation Please" expert wtien it comes to poetry. He becomes attractive not only to Trudy but to all tlle girls. Xvtmen ttie lmoys ot ttie neigtmlmortlood tmanct togettier against ttle poet lover wtmo tias stolen tlmeir girls. tlle proctuclion reaetmes an exciting climax. On December 20. 1046, ttie play cast anct stage crew were entertainect by lxtiss Lytle at ttne First Prestwterian Ctmurctm in Beaver Falls. Here 'otces were VVilSl1CCl. games eaten. tooct totct. amt . I ctisties were ptayect . . . oti. we're not realty screwyf-just HA Crectit to ttwe Farnilyf' 59 lass will WB, the Class ol l947. heing ol sound mind and memory do malce this one last will and testament. all wills and promises made heretofore to he considered null and void. Vve hereby dispose ol our possessions according to the following lorm and manner: To NIR. NlcNIFI'l', our Superintendent. we leave our sincere thanlcs I-or the ahle guidance given us the past tour years, To our Principal, lxlR. TAYLOR, our hope that he will succeed as well in Iuture years as he has succeeded this year. To the FACUIIIY. our deepest sympathy for no longer heing ahle to gaze upon our Iuright anel shining laces in class. To the JUNIORS, all privileges usually hc-stowed upon the eldest class in school. To the SOPHOIVKJRES, the right to he now considered as true upper classmeu. To the FRESHIVIEN, our congratulations hecause they are now allowed to join the upper classes on the luain Iloor IDI' fIlHp!'I f'Xf'fCiSCS. To DONALD ALLENIAN, we leave the hope that he will continue to lead in everything he does. just as he leacls this list. To VIOLA ANIYGDALOS. we eller some method of letting us Icnow when she is present. To DICK ANDERSON. we leave a haslcethall court to enahle him to lceep in practice until the pros demand his services. To MARILYN IANDERSON, we leave a position a an airline hostess for the Transcontinental Airline. To BEVIW' BACHEIIJR, a hig-time vaudeville show, starring "Betty, Queen ol Acmhatsf' To LCJRITITA BAKER.. a hutcher and candlesticli malier to malce up the proverhial three. To .IANIHS BARKICH, we leave the right to retire at an early age and lead the "lite ol Riley." To .tml BARR and PAUL BLINN, we leave the right to hear our school colors to great heights. To SANTO BAYVIQAGLIA, the song entitled. uln lxly Nlerry Oldslliolailefi To SARA BECK. a diary in which to record pleasant memories ol' her high school career. To THERESA BEDEKOVICH. a pair ol skates to help her glide through lite. To LOUIS BEDNAR. a reward for his good lnehavior in all ol' his classes. To BARBARA BEGLIN. a calce ol Vvooclhury soap to lieep that usliin you love to touch" loolc. To PEGGY ANN BELL, a linancial interest in Ix'lurphy's Five and Ten Cent Store, To MARILYN BENNEVIQ, a million thanlcs lor cheer- ing us up with her million dollar smile. To VIRGINIA BINGHANI. a continuation ol: her friendship with Margaret lifutato. To BEVIY BORK, the right to malie a suece s in lite as she has done in high school. 'Ito DICK BRIiLLf7CIi. we leave a private secretary to sign all ol his excuse hlanlts. To JOSEPH BUDISCAK. we leave the right to he- come the lvlayor ol' Oalc Hill. To DfJLORES BYRD. we leave the privilege ol lacing! the Iirst memher ol the class to he a housewife. To HARVEY we leave a lille membership to the Y. M. C. A. To ANNA CANIP. we leave rin- right lo hecome in successlul nurse. To DON CANTNER, the right to usher all sorrow out ot and all joy into his lite. To BILL CEINNAR, an Oscar tor his part in "A Credit lo the Family." To BOB CHAIN, we leave a hottie of wave set to keep those curly locks in place. To CARL CIRCLE, a hell to let us lcnow when he is around. To JOE CIRIELII1 the right to plunge right through the line ol all ol his dilticulties. To MARTHA CLARK, a real opportunity in lite to display her quiet charm. To .IENELYN CLAPIE. our thanlis lor doing her host on the Senior Stand Committee. To DOROTHY COAST. recognition of her popularity while in high school. To JUNE COENE. we leave a place among the worlds finest orators. To FRANK COLEIVIAN. our hope that he will lead a successful and well-rounded lille. To RUTH ANN COLEIVIAN. our gratitude for the services rendered as editor-in-chief, ol a Iirst-class year- hoo . To PHYLLIS COLVVELL. an automatic shorthand note-taker so that she won't miss a word of dictation. To HAROLD CONLEY, a method ol getting uver his acute hashtulness. CLASS VVILL 'Ivo GERALD CRAVVFORD, his own printing shop in which to clevelop his holmlmy. To GENE CURCIO and MARK DOUGLASS, our hope that they will continue ot manage pm-lootlrall teams as well as they have managecl the high school team. .l'0 DAAI-Bl'zY', XVI' leave H pl'l'lllaI'll'nl position as janitor ol the New Brighton High School. To LEVVIS DENIE-IQER. we leave a playeris contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates. To I':LIZABl'Tl'l'l DOUGAL, the right to succeecl .lo Stnllonl as a top vocalist. To RANIONA DQUYLE, a piece ol string to tie her- sf-It closer to her lrienrls. ' To BERNADlf'l'liE DREVI'l'Cl'l, goocl health to en ahle ller to use her abilities. To MILDRED DREYFUS ami CAROL TIND.-XLL. the right to lieep smiling at all times ancl to continue their close lrienclsllip. To WILBUR DUNLAP. a goocl luoolc anel an easy chair to pass the time away. To DONALD DVVYER, the right to go through litt- revealivng his rare sense ol humor. To VVALTER DVVYER, our hope that he will continue to he an ahle all-around athlete. To LOUIS I:.AR.LY. the right to police the streets ol Fallston at all times. To BOB EDWARDS. our nomination as uBrighton's Baslnlul Bachelor." To TONY ELLIS, our hope that he will continue to he n regular lellow. lo DAVVN NIAREE ERVVIN. the right to lxecome one ol the lvest secretaries in the lrusiness worlrl. To RUDY FABYANIC, we leave a carton ol prewar chewing gum. 'I-o DAVID FIELDS afnfl .IIN LATHANI, we leave a joint partnership in a music store specializing in clarinet lessons. To GEORGE FORD, we leave a steam shovel to help' him in his engineering. To CHARLES FOVVKES. the right to follow in Gene Krupa's loolsteps. To AMELIA FRANZE. our hope that her pleasant personality will merit a deserving rewarrl. To JOHN FRESHVVATER. the right to lieep sporting his Ioucl how ties. 'lin lVlAR'l'l'lA FLINKHOUSER, a lielll ol service in which to use her lvlartha-lilce talents. lo Iler choice ol anything worth while in the worlcl. To TERESA GAUDIO. the satislaction that gooml things always come in small pacliages. lo ROBIQRVIA UILLESPIE, the right to succeecl as a pharmacist. lo I'Alll. GRIIXI. a hottie ol glue so that he can sticlr to what the luture has in store lor him. lo .IOANNE HAARBALIER. some more ol that Inu- man unrlerstancling that macle her a lrieml to all ol us. 'Ib RICHARD HADDOX. a lmak on "How to Win Friencls ancl lnlluence People." lo .llhl HARDING. a solution to the prohlems ol ottencling Iworesome classes. lo SARA ANN HARDY, we give the right to put to use all ol the henelits cle.ivecl lrom her high crlucation. 'lin SARA ANN HARVIINIAN, the hope that she will always lx- as happy as she is now. To MARY LOUISE HAVVK. a liey to the luture, that will open the right floors. lo DAVID HAYS. the right to lremome solo trumpeter lor one ol' ilu- Iwig name liancls ol the country. To .IEAN HILALY. some calling carcls so that we may lmecome lx-tter acquainterl with her. To FD HECKER ancl BILL PAl"l':, the motto nllnitccl we stancl, tiivicled we lallf' To DAVE and TOM HELBLING. we leave the deed to a larm in any state ol their choosing. 'Inn .IUDY HERINIIQS. we leave a lwoolc ol one thousancl iolces so that she will never run out ol humorous sayings. To JOHN HILL, permission lo wear a lmroacl smile at all times. To PA'I'I'Y l'lOGUI'f. our hope that she will secure a position as secretary in a large husiness concern. To .IACK H0l-ZVX'lOR1'H. a position as right eml on an AIl'American lootluall team. 'Ito DON IIOUSEHQDLDER, our hope that l1e'wiIl some clay lx-come hcarl ol a large lxusiness lirm. To DONNA HOVVE. her own lmeauty salon in which lo practice her vocation. To DOIQOTHY HUGHES. tht- right to continue the goocl worli that she has In-gun in her high school career. To lX'lARllf l"lUNrl'. our hope that she will continue to use her excellent scholastic ahility. To DICK INGE and JIM VVHITILE, Iilieen big cheers in retum lor the many they have lccl us in during the past lour years. To ROBERT JEVVELL, we leave our thanlcs lor his laitlxlulness as a clrunnner in our Iaancl. To DOROTHY JONES, the right to continue lite in her quiet. pleasant way. To NIARGAREID KARR. tht- hope that she will lullill her amliition to lveeome a lirst-class hoolclieeper. To JIM KELBAUGH. a place as a clirector in the worlcl ol music. To IiVIiLYN KENNEDY. we leave a position as a clietician in the .Iohns Hoplcins Hospital. CLASS XVILI- To EARL KlRCl'lNl':R, tlle riglil to succeed Nostra- damus as a world pmpliet. To FRANK KOHNE, we leave tlie riglit to malze an motion picture entitled ucalling Dr. K0llh0.'. ,llo SYLVlA KOl-Lllx'lBAN. our lmpe tllat slie will continue to ulwowl tlmem over" as slic lias lmeen doing. To ANN KRKUC, our a preriation lor lier laitllllll typing on tlie Crimson and gold stall. To DOROTHY KYSER, a resolution to lieep smiling as slle lias done in past years. To tlle rigli tto heroine a lenlinine sports announcer romparalJle only to Bill Stern. To DON Llfl5llVl0N, a series ol' pamplilets dealing witll tile Hvarious Vvays ol Overcoming Stage FfiKllt.'l To STl'lLLA LESCZYK. growing recognition in tlie business world. . To ANGELINE LEZfjVlCH. our tllanlis for tlle entertainment slle lias provided us lmy playing tier acconlian. To JOHN Ll'lvllLE. tlie rigllt to tie a uprop-mann nt Universal Studios. To PEGGY NlAREClC, llie riglit to lx' a suues. in lier rliosen prolession as a lzeautician. To JOHN lVlcGfJUN, tlle rigllt to remain tlie strong. silent type tliat tie now is. To LE ROY lVlrLALlGHLlN, we leave a pat on tlle lmaeli lor luis modesty. To BE'lvl'Y lX'lEl'lAFFEY. a position as a teleplione operator. To IRVIN lVllLLER, ten acres ol' ground on wllicli to cultivate everyonels good will. To EUGENE MITCHELL. ilu- lllougllt than all good tlwings must rome to an end sometime. To JEAN NIITTNER. a permanent position as a major- ette in tlle Goldmann Band. To Ol,GA NlAGNONl. a tractor tliat will llelp l1er on llle long hard pull ol lile. To SALLY lNlORACK. tlme lullillment ot lier desire to lweeome a nurse. To .lACKlE NIORRISON, our nomination as ulvliss Personality ol I947." To CHUCK lX'lOWRY. we leave a lveacon to slied some liglit on lil-els pmlmlems. To ESTELLA lN'lURDOCK, a steam roller to pave lier road to success. To Nlflvlxltf Nl'iVVlVlAN, tlie riglit lo compose a lxit tune lor tlie Hit Parade. To CECILIA ORSAG. success in any lield ol endeavor slie may select. To GLORLA OURS. a spot on tlie Rogers ISIS? radio program so slue can answer tlie question. uvvere you calling me, lwlrs. Nelson?" ln HARRY. lJARlSfl, a position as dancing instmftor lor llle Rnrliettes ol' Radio City. 'Ib NIILDRED PATSIGA. at set ol an In-uslws and paints to utilize lier artistic ability. To Pl-IGGY PALTLSON, tlle riglit to draw illustrations lor tlie Xvommfs Home Companion. To MARY LOUISE PELLlS0. our lmpe tllat slie will continue to excel in sports. To ESTHER PETUCH, a pair ol Easywear slioes to enalwle lwer to continue dancing witli ease. To PHILIPP, liealtli, llappiness and surcrs in llie future. To GEORGE PICKRELL. a entitled "One Hun- dred Reasons Vvliy You Slioulel Be on Time." To .IO ANN POVVELL, we leave a clarinet tree ol all squealrs. To BEVIY PULLION. we give a pair ol lmorseslioes lnr good luclc. To LOIS RABlNOWlTZ. a scllolarsllip to tlie Uni- versity ol Pittslmurgli. To WALLACE REED. we leave a cusliioned rliair so tllat lie may sleep in real comfort. To ELEANOR REINEHR. a position as a columnist on tlie "New Yorli Times." To RALPH RENSEL. we leave a double action es- calator lo stiorten liis ioumeys to and from "Mud Nlountainf' To ELEANOR RHODES. a position as a coacl1 ol dramaties in New Yorli City. To pl"llLLlP SABELLA. a portable stool so tliat lic ran talic lille easy. To MARIE SAlBENE, we leave tlie title ol nlvliss Fallston ol l948." To CHARLES SCHRIVER. we leave perseverance to insure his success. rl-0 BEVERELY SHAFFER. a place ol lame as a llutist witli tlie Cincinnati Symplwony Orcllestra. To RUDY SMOLAR. we donate an alarm clocli to remind liim tliat tlle "early llird gets tlle lirst worm." To ROY SPADE. recognition as a great mechanic in Henry Fords lactnry. To DICK SPAHR, a Hollywood contract lor llis line portrayals in tlle various class plays. To DICK SPICKERMAN, our selection as "Brigllt0n's Van .lolinsonfl To BlLL SRMACK. a ltvus tl1at will always get lxim places on time. To .lAlVlES STEPPE, we leave tlwe determination to achieve success. To EMERY TALKOVIC. lour new tires and an un- limited supply ol gas lor llis car. ' To KATHERINE TAYLOR. a position as a seamstress lrvecause a "Taylor" sliould malce a good one. CLASS XVILI. 1 To Ell.l':l':N 'I'll'l'0N, we lc-ave Ilu- clmlirulion ol tllu To RUSSl'1l.t. VVAGNER. a position as lvnclu-r nl song, "Sweet Eileen.-' nvvagnvfs Nlotllorl ol Doulrlr: Talk." To DICK TRENARY. ai gross ol Hi-Y pins to pass To HOVVARD VVHITTLE. a map so tlmi two will out to lwis many lf-minine aclmirers. nlwyas lu' able to navigate on ilu' son ol success. To .KTE TRYBONE. nur rongmtulations to a vvh-mn To ENl5lA JEAN VVILSON, a rar so stu- ran always lor rompleiing his lliglw-srlmnl course which was inter- lmvr ln-r own transportation lo nnrl lmni ller liome on ruptocl when lic vnlislml in llic Uniiccl States Navy. Patterson H4-iglits. To FIARY JANE VASBINDER. a PPITIIRIIPIN position To MELVIN VVILSCJN and FRANK BlACK. we as si clental liygienisi in Dr. ChHiH.S ollirc. leave our lmpv llmi ilu-y will mntinuv to tw lifelong To lXlARGARET VCTGLER, recognition nl lwr pleas- lrivnds' nn' 5"'iI"- To EUGENE XVINTERS. our tlmnlzs lor lris svrvirvs To VVALTER YOLINIC. ilu- riglil lo lK'C0llll' n sur as F"l""l"'Z"f'P""' on 'lu' Alaumn' Slan- wsslul m-mimi To CHARLES YEAGER. llic trutli ol lllis passage lrom To MILDRED YUCINA, ilnc rigllt In pulvlisli livi' oun llw Bilrlv, mrlln lirsi slmll he last nml llw last slmll tw vir-ws on lllr' subiert ol Cnmnmrrinl Law. lirslf' tn witness whereof. we do affix our lmncl and seat. this twenty-nintti day of Nlay, 1947. MARY LOU PERROTT f SEAL X6'jj'Q, CODICIL TO THE VVILL Wle. the class of 1947 of New Brighton High School, do, in supplement to our last will and testament, bequeath to Mary' Lou Perrott, life subscriptions to the fashion maga- zines, lwaclemoisette and Vogue, so that she may continue to toot: as moclistl and up-to-date in the future as she has through her ,nigh school career. In witness, whereof, we hereby do affix our hand and seal, on this twenty-ninth clay of Nlay. 1947, and declare alt wills macte liitlierto null and void. TERESA GAUDIO 1,5 43 D ass 'IOP ecy ln the summer ol' i037 l decided to take a trip around the world. Since i had just two weeks vacation from my law practice in Miami, Florida. i returned home for a brief visit to my parents who still resided in New Brighton. During the past ton years air travel had greatly improved with super-speed planes. Since one could travel by air so cheaply. many local people had left to find johs in other countries. As i was about to emhark on my world tour, I had a feeling I would run across some of my high school classmates of the N. B. H. S. Class of '47. After spending the weekend with my family, l was ready to leave on my trip so l called a taxi. Vvhen the taxi driver pulled up to take me to the Pennsylvania Railroad Station. he looked familiar. Finally I recognized him as Roy Spade who told me that he now owned the Brighton Cab Company. and George pickrell drove for him. Vkfhen i arrived at the station. l was surprised to find lvlartha Clark as the chief clerk in the railroad station. She informed me that the station master was Don Cantner. Eugene lviitchell was working for the Railway Express Company. l bought my ticket and went to the platform. Cn the platform l saw lkiildred Dreyfus and Ramona Doyle who were now employed as secretaries for the Gulf Oil Company in Pittsburgh. i told them that l had seen Donna Howe and Niargaret' Karr who worked for this same company in Miami. The train arrived in a few minutes. Just as l got seated on the train. l dis- covered Bill Cetnar sitting beside me. He told me that he was a Professor of Nlathematics at the University of Pittsburgh and that Vvilhert Dunlap was a Professor of Chemistry at Carnegie Tech. He said that he had seen Eleanor Reinehr quite often as she was now teaching in South Hills. She had told Bill that Sara Ann Hardy. June Coene, Peggy Marecic, and Mary Louise Peluso taught in the Pittsburgh school system. Just as i handed the conductor my ticket, l recognized him as Tony Ellis. He informed me that Dorothy Coast was a secretary to Dick Inge who was a suc- cessful hanker in Amloridge. He knew that Sylvia Kolumhan. Ann Krkuc. Mary- louise Hawk, and Jackie Morrison had secured stenographic positions with Gim- bel'S in Pittsburgh. Although l hated to take leave of these ciassmates of '47 as the train arrived in Pittsburgh, l had to in order to catch my plane. i went to the Vvilliam Penn Hotel to secure my plane ticket. l was pleasantly surprised to find that John lVlcGoun was the manager. He informed me that Niildred Vucina was working as his private secretary and that Diary Lou Perrott was working as a Powers model in New York. He also told me that Stella Lesczyk and Barbara Beglin were two of the best secretaries that Pennsylvania VVestern Airlines had. l then left for the Greater Pittsburgh Airport hy the airiine's private car. Arriving at the Port I went into the Administration Office. Seeing a familiar name on he Personnel lVlanager's door, I walked in. l was right in my assumption that Don Lemmon, the manager. was formerly from New Brighton. He told me that Dick Trenary and Jim Barr were now working for the airline as aeronautical engineers. Carl Circle and Gerald Crawford were chief mechanics at this llieid. After bidding Don a hasty farewell, l left to catch my plane. As l was walking to the plane, l heard someone calling my name. it was Dave Fields who had just ltown in from New York where he was practicing law. He was on his way to New Brighton for his vacation. John Freshwater. a dentist in Pittsburgh. enroute to New York, came along and we boarded the plane to- gether. The airline hostesses looked familiar, and we recognized them as lvlarilyn Anderson and Eileen Tipton. They informed us that the co-pilot of this piane was Ralph Rensel. Nlarilyn informed me that Vvalt Dwyer was a civil engineer in Chicago. She had met him on one of her trips there. -M During the liight, John told me that Dick Spahr and Chuck Mowry were heads of their own engineering concern with oltices in Boston, New York, Pitts- bugh, and Los Angeles. Their chief assistant was lrvin Nliller. and John Hill was chief engineer in their drafting office. Eileen came over and told us she had heard that Chuck Schriver was a corporal in the Pennsylvania State Police. She had been told by him that Gene Curcio was a private detective with an agency in Harrisburg. l told Eileen that l had seen Dorothy Hughes, Nlartha Funk- houser. and Viola Amygdalos who were court stenographers in Florida. VVe had a happy trip reminiscing over former high school experiences. When the plane landed in New York, l found it very dililzicult to say good-bye to these old friends. l took a taxi from LaGuardia Airport to downtown New York. Alter check- ing in at the Pennsylvania Hotel. l decided to spend my evening taking in the town. As I was passing Radio City Nlusic Hall. l looked up and saw a familiar name on the marquee. l strolled inside and inquired lor Elizabeth Dougal. She was now the featured singer with J. Kfs band. Seeing Jim Kelbaugh. the band maestro, walking down the hall. l called to him. He came over and told me about his big name band and also that Frank Kohne was a successful physician and surgeon at Columbia Hospital. l went over to the hospital just in time to reach nm. Since it was his lunch hour. we went to a small restaurant of which Tom and Dave Helbling were the managers. Dave came over to our table to greet us and told us that Harry Pariso was working for the wholesale grocers who supplied this restaurant. After we had eaten Frank asked me if l wanted to tour the hos- pital. I readily agreed and we left for Columbia Hospital. l soon discovered that Sally Niorack, Jo Ann Powell. and Anna Camp were nurses here. Having Finished our tour, I bade Frank farewell and left to continue my tour of the city. Walking down the street, l passed a store owned by Don Alleman. Seeing me. he called me inside. He led me to a table where he and his accountant were sitting. l told him that l had patronized Ed Hecker and Jim Harding in Miami who were operating a men's clothing store. Don said that Margaret Vogler. Carol Tindall. and Sara Beck were secretaries lor a building concern in the adjoining building. Rudy Fabyanic was basketball coach at a nearby city high school. Happy to hear this l told Don that another ol our classmates had also made his way in the sports world. Jack Holzworth was a football coach at a lvliami high school. Since it was getting late. l returned to my hotel for the night. The next morning l took a taxi to La Guardia Airport. Boarding the plane l noticedthe familiar face of Howard Vvhittle. the navi- gator. On the plane l met Nlary Jane Vasbinder. She informed me that she was now a dental hygienist in a small town in indiana. and she was llying to London lor a vacation. Alter a few hours of llying we saw the lights of London. Bidding her farewell at the airport. l took a taxi to Lloyds' Hotel where l had a reservation because the assistant manager was Jim Whittle. Being a young actor. Joe Budis- cak was pictured on a billboard across the street. Jim said that Harvey Calhoun was a clerk in the American Embassy, l told Jim that Lois Rabinowitz and Nlarie Saibene were working for the federal government at lVliami as members ol' the recreation council. Deciding to go to the Old Victoria Theater in the evening. l was very much surprised to lincl that Don Dwyer was the manager. He had sent for Theresa Bedekovich and Betty Bachelor to handle the clerical work. Don said that Phyllis Colwell had married an English noble. l told Don that i had seen Nlarie Hunt in Florida on vacation from her position as a laboratory technician in the atom bomb lactory at Oak Ridge, Tennessee. lvlarie had told me that Betty Bork and Loretta Baker were also employed in the laboratory while Santo Battaglia and Ted Dal- lmey were two promising scientists engaged in atomic research work lor the federal government. Vvalking back to the hotel. l was attracted by an open automobile sales- room. Upon entering. I was surprised when who should come to serve me but Jim Barkich. Jim now had the Ford branch office here. Since he was about to -Vi leave for a night lootball game between two outstanding professional football teams from America, he invited me to go with him. The two outstanding rival players were Rudy Smolar and Lewis Demeter. The game ended in a tie al- though both teams threatened to score several times. We went down to the dressing rooms alter the game to see these classmates ol '47. Lou told me that he had run into Bob Jewell and Frank Coleman in Houston. Texas. where they now owned a large undertaking establishment. Lou had heard that Delores Byrd and Peggy Bell were now married and living in iowa. Rudy told me that he had recently been a patient in the Smith Hospital in Albany, N. Y.. where Dick Anderson was now interning as a surgeon. l told Rudy that Bob Gillespie was the manager oi a drugstore in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Dick had also told Rudy that Dave Hays was a doctor in another upstate New York hospital where Sara Hartman was nursing. I was very much pleased to hear about these old class- mates. Alter saying good-bye to Jim. l returned to my hotel lor the night. The following morning l left for Paris. On the plane l ran into Beverely Shatter who told me that she was a fashion buyer for lVlacy's in New York. Peggy Paulson was an interior decorator for that huge store. Beverely said that Eleanor Rhodes was an English and speech teacher in a New York City High School. Having had an interesting talk with Beverely. il hated to leave the plane when reaching the city. Taking a cab to the Parisienne, l soon registered. Vvalk- ing down the Champs-Elysees. I spied an attractive eating place. Upon entering it, l was very much surprised to discover Nlark Douglass was the owner. He told me that Charlene Langnecker and Eugene Winters were a photography team for Associated Press located in Paris. Dick Haddox was an overseas commentator lor the Columbia Broadcasting System. Harold Conley was working as an elec- trical engineer for the same company. Nlark said that Russell Wagner had eaten here only yesterday. Russell was now a-world lecturer on aviation. Alter enjoying a delicious meal. l left to see the city. Vvalking down the street I saw two familiar-looking girls. They were lxflarilyn Bennett and Virginia Bingham who were now nurses in a Rome Hospital. During their vacation they were visiting western Europe. lvlarilyn told me that Dorothy Jones was the superintendent ol nurses in this hospital. She had heard that Joe Ciriello was a pilot for the American Airway Co., which tiew planes through Rome. l told her that LeRoy McLaughlin was a mechanic in America for this same company. Alter seeing them to their hotel. l returned to mine. Early the next morning l left by plane for Berlin. Upon arriving there, l went immediately to the Ameri- can Consul's office to have my passport checked so l could enter Russia. There l was surprised to meet Angeline Lezovich and learn that she was a government secretary. She told me that Paul Grim and .lim Steppe were aeronautical engi- neers in South America. They had written her that Bob Chain was a dentist in Brazil. Dorothy Kyser and Joanne Haarbauer were now working in South America. She said that Dawn Erwin. Teresa Gaudio. Amelia Franze. and lVlar- garet Futato were working for our government at various posts in Germany. Finding my passport in order, I again left for my plane. On the plane to Moscow l met Phillip Sabella who was now a government engineer. He said that Dick Spickerman was in charge of the drafting department of the Carnegie-Illinois Steel Company at Gary. indiana. Patty Hogue was a secretary lor this concern. Betty Pullion was one of the head bookkeepers of this huge concern. ln Nloscow I met Jean lvlittner who was a world lecturer on international relations. She told me she had seen Ruth Ann Coleman and Jean Healy in Rangoon. india. They were in charge of a missionary compound near that city. They had told her Evelyn Kennedy was the head dietician in the same missionary hospital. After visiting all day in the Russian capital. l left the same afternoon for Manila. Philippine islands. Here l saw Charles Fowkes who was a Diesel engineer for the American Steamship Company. He said that Bernie Drevitch was a secretary for this same company in Tokyo. Leaving this old city the next morning, I en- planed lor Hawaii. in Hawaii I met Bill Srmack who was now a Navy Air Corps pilot at Pearl Harbor. He said that Paul Blinn was an Army Air Corps pilot stationed at 46 Hawk Field. Franlc Nlaclc was in the Army and stationed at the same field with Paul. He told me that Judy Hermes was a dietician for the army here. i left again was a thrilling world. Having only time in California. i an electrical engineer the next morning to return to America. Seeing this country experience tor l realized this was the best country in the one day lelt in which to return to lxliami. l spent very little did talie time to see Ted Ford in Los Angeles. He was now in a huge Westinghouse Plant. He told me that Olga Nlognoni was a secretary lor a small company near the Vvestinghouse Plant. l left on the next plane for Albuquerque. New Nlexico. Here l ran into .lenelyn Clapie and Bertha Phillip who were now running a dude ranch near here. They told me that Louis Early was the commissioner of police in this large city. l then lett for Houston. Texas. on the next plane. l had two hours between planes so I decided to tour the city. l passed a beautiful church in the downtown section of the city. This building bore the name of James Latham. minister. When l called at the parsonage, he informed me that Don Householder was a mechanic for a garage in this city. Vvalter Volinic. an army pilot stationed nearby. was in the city occasionally. I then left Jim in order to reach the airport. The next stop on my trip was New Orleans. Louisiana. where l ran into Esther Petuch in a drugstore near the airport. She informed me that she was worlcing lor the state government. She said that John Little and Emery Tallcovic were two young enterprising newspaper publishers. Mildred Patsiga drew one of the popular syndicated comic strips lor them. i was told that Nettie Newman was a jazz concert pianist and the composer of several popular numbers. l had to talce leave ot Estie in order to catch my plane. l met Gloria Ours on the plane. She told me that she ran a beauty shop in New Orleans. She said that Cecelia Orsag was a secretary for the government in Vtfashington. D. C. Cecelia had told her that Betty Mehattey' was a typist in the Navy Department. Joe Trybone was a Naval Ensign assigned to the Navy's Bureau ot Officer Procurement. Vve had reached Atlanta, Georgia. almost before l lcnew it. in this city l met Melvin Vvilson who was now an assistant football coach at the University of Alabama. He told me that Louis Bednar was working in a steel mill here as the foreman in charge of the No. 5 open hearth furnace. He had heard that Estella Nlurdoclc and Katherine Taylor were married and now living in Alabama. He also informed me that Emma Jean Vvilson was a research chemist in this same plant. Diclc Brelloch was a railroad engineer in this huge steel mill. l then left on the last leg ot my homeward iourney. On the plane i met Charles Yeager who was now an aviation mechanic for the Eastern Airways Co. He told me that he was being transferred to Cuba. Within a short time. l arrived at my home town. l was very happy to have reached home safely and very much gratified that l had heard about or seen so many school mates of the class of '47. They had shown the world that there really was a place for them and their talents. EARL KIRCHNER PROPHECY OF THE PRGPHET VVhile looking through the local newspaper in 1957. I was pleased to run across an article stating that our classmate. Earl Kirchner. had been recently elected district attorney in lvliami. Florida. Alter having been graduated trom the School of Law in the University of Miami where he had won a scholarship. Earl had conducted a successful law practice which led to his success in this recent election. JIM KELBAUGH 47 4 'FWO 9 H099 1 4 1 I fx? if A 12 M v- Q if ww M W QQ A V11 ROVV I Betty Garvin Ivlarily-n .laclcson Mary Graham Rose Klemens June Damhach Nlartha Gaudio Dolores Langneclcer Mary Howard Toni Chute Donna Carson Nanfy Field Gow! uniofz Class ROW 2 Faye Miller Rita Fallcinson Nora Lee Blaclrlmurn Joan Ivlatheny Rita Dunn Joan Enlce Patricia Doyle Dorothy Bowser Beverly Brewer Elsie IVIerrirnan Rosemary Fash Betty Connolly PICTURE A ROVV 3 Sally Pali Judy IVlcDanel .lean Brandenherger Dolores Beegle Catherine Brinlcer Margaret Brewer Anna Douglas lna Epstein Helen Budiscalc .Ianet Allan Dolores Clapie Ruth Ann Brandt Row 4 lvan Braund Bill Cardosi Jim Fowler Paul Balilc Ral h Brewer Earl,Emler .lim Beclc Ralph Dyson Paul Blacltlaurn Bob Berchtold Franlc Capan Don Charles Bill Frliuslta J 1 PICTURE B ROW 1 Merle Spiclterlrlan Bala Wurzel Paul Spiliel Diclc Palmer John Peneda Norman Stanton Earl Preston .lohn Pls-iler John Turnsic Lawrence Piclcrell .lerry Hartman Bill Shields Diclc Zinser I ROVV 2 Tom Steele Alice Riddle Gladys Sayre Joan Regney Ann Rosenberg - Ann Phillis Goldie Zimmennnn Virginia Rlieel Agnes Terelr Esther VV:-lsh Nlargaret Sheffield Sam Ursida Clarence Watts Niclc Shutey Dick Seltzer Eugene Ortelt Marilyn Woll Kathryn Shotsinger Zelrna Smith .lean Weher IVIargaret Tracy Rita Uelmelaclcer .lacliie Williarrrs ROVV 4 Bill Sylvester Eugene Smith Hamid Wilson Charles Shimer Ray Straile Charles Paton Walter Tomsio Bill Taylor .laclc Van Lear George Yeager Phyllis Scheliler Eugene Mitchell Dorothy Powers Bill Nicholson Cha rlotte Van Kirlt ROW 5 Ronald Powell .laclc Roles Bill Haney lack Kelvington Charles Nlaiors Milce Geronimo Ralph Lovette Joe Kross ilaclc Ramsey George Piclcre Don Measel Don Jerome Ray IVlcBride Carl Hunt Frances Scott John Veioclc Willard Snowloerger Ted Swager Wilford Plassmeyer 9 N3 PICTURE C ROW I ROW 2 ROW 3 ROW 4 Q C 1 Franlc Curcio 'N ma .lean Wurzel Betty Henry David .Ienlcins Bill Hodglcinson Vvatson Peggy Nipperi Bill IVlcGraw .laclc Dewhirst I eanor Grisniclc Betty Hupp Bill Nicholson Janet Healy . Loretta Nloore Bill Howe Tom Hurley Helen Hullnran Viola Kusnir Ken Loclce .Iim Komman Betty Masorr .Ioan Milne Howard Miller .Iaclc McNitt Eleanor Myers Jean Milne Byron Molter I ave Hays Betty Novose Barhara Grecich Philip Dalby Edwin Gault Fred Curcio Wanda Mittner .Ioan Martin Bill Kester George Bosworth Patty Pariso Geraldine IVIcDanel Steve Ivlulilc Payson Clyde Alice Gold IVIildred Rhodes Bch Murphy Rose Krlruc Harold Greathouse . .laclc Manypenny NOT INCLUDED IN THE PICTURE Nloses Barrett David Hayes Frances Bonzo George Kaloevic Hamid Chandler .loe Van Lear Rohert Franz Rohert Leppla Thelma Lindsay Betty McCoy Jim lVlacDonald Louise Mognoni 51 Reba lvlurphy Esetella Ivlurdorlc Keith Seiple Bill Taylor Mary Trilaone Genevieve Walll ' 4 uniofz Class Call it prejudice if you lilce. but we thinlc the juniors are an especially talented class. Remember the clever play we presented for your entertainment at the special Christmas literary program! A Vvhenqhave you seen a more lively performance than "Ever Since Eve," the class play which we presented so successfully in February? We lcnow the seniors were royally entertained at the prom which our class staged in the spring. No. we arenit prejudiced. Vve are just the loyal members of the class of '48. The class OHIICCTS FOI' the year VVCYCZ PRESIDENT .................. ..... C LARENCE XNIATTS VICE-PRESIDENT--- ---NVILLARD SNOWBERGER SECRETARY ..... ..., N VIARILYN JACKSON TREASURER ............... .... J H51 KORNMAN Mr. lVliller was our able advisor. JUNIOR CLASS LITERARY E The iirst Junior Literary was presented in November to a most appreciative audience. Speeches and original poems were given on the topic, "Autumn" The musical portion of the program was made up of a Junior band and a Junior chorus. A very interesting boolc review was given. A group of talented students put on a pantomine ol scenes from SILAS MARNER. The second literary was presented by the junior and senior classes Combined. The theme of this program was "Christmas" Many interesting speeches were given concerning the Christmas season. A group of ,junior and senior instru- mentalists presented a line musical program. The school enjoyed group singing ol' Christmas carols under the direction of Mr. Davis. The literary officers elected for the Junior Class of 1946-1947 were as follows: f PRESIDENT ....... -- .CRALPH DYSON l VICE-PRESIDENT--- ...... BILL KESTER SECRETARY ..... - -- JACKIE VVILLIAMS IVIARSHAL .................................. RALPH LOVETTE 1- VVe are very grateful to the junior 'literary advisors: MR. MILLER, MR. HOP- KINS, MR. NIORGAN, lVlRS. PLATT, MRS. JOHNSON, NIISS GARMEN, AND Miss KUHNS lor their help in presenting our programs. '52 Q. xQ? 1 H . W 6 "Wj9xIg'T SIGN HERE?" WSW' M W WM f W '?paj7if'M0Q' Wwe-ff-A4fff4"y if ,.,1' ffo-WMM-MMf1,,Jo4!J . 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A ' t .- ,-, , ,. y, . .7-:'-., . -, ,:.gJ.. f.e:g,,. ,f . , , , R 'X I WJ sophomore Class ROVV t Charles Kelhaugh Jay Hoyt Clare-nee Lovette Rohert Brewer Ted Fields Tom Alhanese VV alter Borli Rirhard Herr JW' ROVV 2 Edward Danselu Ralph Bennett Douglas Bla:-lc Lois Ann Barr Angelina Franze Franees Fields Eleanor Dixon Virginia Almquist Virginia Bowser Delores Evans DOH l:Ul'lkl'l0USf'l' Rohert Dohson .lim Coleman PICTURE A ROVV 5 Shirley Evans Catherine Beegle Marian Buren Carolyn Bachelor .lean Berehtold Shirley Flowers Olivelee Bonzo Roherta Cohurn Franees Carroll Dorothy Vvessel Rachel Dodds Nancy Anderson Vivian Burchett ROW 4 Barbara Almquist Joan Bonne-II .loan Bingham Wilheda Drake Shirley Craft Marian Davidson Edith Eolihardt Nlary Kathryn Benson Mary Chapman Mary Katherine Coleman Ann Cunningham Elvira Bonzo Anna Brandt ROW 5 Fred Funlchouser Buttman Davis Charles Cool: Harold Barrett Ivlelvin Allison Don Anderson Don Fields Leo Cetnar Harvey Blanlcenhirlcer Nlerle Byerle Richard Balclerson Robert Balderson Melvin Brenner Carl Alhancse Paul Cornelius Dale Blaelclaurn ROW' -I ROVV 5 l30l't POW' l'l'S ROVV I .Iune Patterson Nliriam Ramsey Alma Mason Ellen Kennedy .Iune IVICDA-mel mlilllla Kohne ,lean R1FLBllglIlih .lfiln Rae GTPPT Iwarian Preston Betty Langnerlcer Donna Harris .Ioan Gephardt Delores Vvest ROVV 2 Ivlarilyn MeGoun Vera Hummel Virginia Goddard Thelma Hamilton Arlene Hieliey Evelyn Ivloorv- Cassie Gilhert Nlarilyn IVlrDowell Dorothy Gibson Dorothy Harding .Ioan Lemmon Doris Hadlielrl PICTURE B ROVV 3 Nlary Lou Hodgliinson Esther Hayes .Io Ann Harris Patty Glass Helen Nlartinali .Ioanne Morark Barham Nlalovitch Q Barbara .Ianeetic Donna Kendrew Dolores .laclcson Ivlildrecl Ixflinarili Therese Kretzler Bristol .Innes Ixlary Ann LeRoy ROW 4 .lohn Koller Bill Lindner Reil .Ienlcins Kenneth Long Arthur Bowen Bob IVIuiwit Ed Ayers Ben Fox Emil Lucentc Lawrence Bair .laclc Momcli Howard Hayes Donald Iwliller Don Hughes Steve Kolumlnan Joe Marko ROVV I Dieli Swaney Bill Gaunany I Nlilte Ondruseli Don Sayre Ralph Spiclterman Richard Roman .Iames Nlartin Bill Vogel Lawrence Nlognoni Iames Pullion ROVV 2 .lim Stork .larli Ivlorarli Bah Geissinger Diclc Vvilliams Barham Pusliirh Martha Yeager .lean Rosenlmerger Ivlartha Oshome Iflizaheth Prince Paul Grath Clark Vvallare Don Sayre Rolnert Yeager Raymond Sehetlin PICTURE C Row 5 Dorothy Swasta Dorothy Vvinlcler Nlargaret Palmer Catherine Starsinic Cynthia Osmond Ixlildred Roush Bettie Snyder Kathryn 'Steel 1A HDR B180 ROIIIITUIIT Christine Straile Helen Spielterman Dimis Taylor Betty Vverthman Shirley Winters Rose Vigoslcy Dorothy Sullivan Agnes Vide .Ioan Zahn Ruth Romlsold Irene Oliver .lean Underwood Elizaheth Peturh ,laeltie Smith Ethel Stellin Bah Tumer Frank Srmarla Vvilliam Roy George Narvctt Howard Lennox Andy Ivlilidin ,lim Nicholson Dennis Zettle Jim Roser Don Kelly .Iohn Lapir Rudy Kalccvie Ben Hall Boh Panner Bill Smith Dorothy Barlilelt Xkyilyiti' Cahle Don Custer Rose Ixlnrie Goehring NOT INCL Gail Gordon Frances Kitson Shirley IVlrBrien .Ioan Ixlatheny UDED IN THE PICTURE Lawrence Picltrell Ronald Powell Delores Robinson Nlildred Rhodes -57 Franlc Spmtnali Agnes Vasillio Dwain Vvhite George VVliite Shirley VVinters Sophomore Class Vve. the memhers oi the Class of 1949, lelt very mature this year as we yielded our residence on the ushelfn and tool: up a new post among the dignified juniors and seniors. Having reached the hall way mari: of our chosen goal. graduation, we view the past two years with satisfaction and lace the future with renewed vigor and optimism. The class sponsored several school dances during the year and in each instance the results were quite successful. We anxiously awaited the evening ol April II. when the class demonstrated its dra- matic ahility in the annual Sophomore Evening of Plays. Much credit for our success this year has been due to the efforts oi oureclass sponsor. Wir. iVlcQueen. The class olticers who have served us so well during the term are as follows PRESIDENT ............................ ................ B EN Fox XIICE-PRESIDENT .... .... D ON FUNKHOUSER SECRETARY ..... -- ..... Jo ANN HARR1s TREASURER--- .... .... J EAN NYICLAUGHLIN SOPI-IOMORE CLASS LITERARY The literary programs of the sophomore class during the year have been varied and in- teresting. Our first program was given on November 7, 1946. At this time the various members featured Halloween and Armistice Day themes. The chorus. which sang selec- tions irom VVorld VVar l. was especially well received. Our second meeting was held on January 24. IQ47. Besides the usual educational numbers. we high-lighted our program with several novelty selections. These included a well-presented one-act play ,a chalk tallc hy Clarlc Vvallace. whose ahility as an artist was well demonstrated. and. finally. a tumbling exhibit which included Sophomore boys from Nlr. lVlorgan's and Nlr. Brant's gym classes. , To the faculty members who have guided us in the preparation for these programs. we extend our deep gratitude and appreciation. We are loolcing forward to our remaining literary meetings in the next two years with keen interest and feel certain that our high standards will he maintained. The literary olrticers we chose for the year were: PRESIDENT ............ - ............... .... D lcx ROMAN XIICE-PRESIDENT - -- - - -RACHEL Douns Q SECRETARY ..... .... N ,ERA HUMMEL iVlARsHAL--- .... DON iVllL1.ER 53 I t f"'Nv- "MAY I HAVE YOUR AUTOGRAPH? b-uv gn ,. ww I l SFPQSLWIGH Class ROW I Francis Dwyer James Dewhirst Don Fisher Sam Bulculinc Ronald Cvoehring Louis Fash Lee Chaney Cvene Douglass Russel Couch Buddy Burchett Regis Allison RONN 2 Alhert Colley Charles Cantner Jerry Clowes Catherine Curcio Norma .lean Balde Rita Jean Casarieo Phyllis Coxson Dora Cool: Leroy Crawlord Edward Zulc Phillip Bmss FSO!! PICTURE A ROVV 3 Linda Baum Loretta Desalle Edith Bork Elna Cool: Eleanor Anderson Edna Ewing Joyce Chandler Carolyn Cosentinn Marilyn Evans Geraldine Conlcle John Haney ROVV 4 Doris Drake Shirley Ewing Jeanette Bonnell Ruth Carling Irene Drieshler Wilma Carpenter Catherine Bauman Edna Jane Funlchouser Laura Jean Armstrong Marcia Eclcles Dorothy Fields Gertrude Anderson .lim Circle ROW 5 Stanley -l'hull Jim Futato Cuale Farrow Dave Francona Eugene Dewhirsl Don Enlce Tom Carter Jim Boswell Bula Drogus Dave Daniels Steve Bednar Lynn Fowler Jack Beegle Don Barnes ROVV I Steve Kampi Rohert Teichman Earl Schramm Bill Snyder Jael: Tallon Steve Ragula Kenneth Spraw Jim Regney Carl Romeshurg Raymond Pusltaric Charles Veioclc Charles Lee Milce Sahella Gale Spade New ROVV 2 Jaclc Sadcnwasser Roberta Stewart Ruthanne Shaffer Linda Salamone Leona Whalen Alice Romhold Marilyn Schetlin Catherine Wayne Juan Panner Martha Watts Nancy Wliittle Violet Vvinieh Hazel Wilson Jaclc Roser Francis Vulcicll PICTURE B ROW 3 Dale Thomas Arthur Sheets James Vulcich Katherine Rohrhaugll Vlarjorie Weigle Margaret Smith ' ois Seiple Mary Pavlinich Joanne Snowdon Olga Thomas lVIary Jane Taylor Betty Reid Jane Sutton Parry While Anna Powell Marie Wolfe Gale Vosler ROW 4 lid Weher Eleanor Reidel Evelyn Schlagel Norma Vvinltler Irma Pagani Mary Ann Watsori Delores Vanderslice Joan Zilk Mary Schaclc Lois Rowan Mildred Vrana Nancy Temple ROW 5 Jack Snowden Don Stanly Jim Wood Robert Wahl Ray Shanor John Stuher Jim Romhold Rolxert Philips Norman Paulson Jacli Powers Don White Clem Brown Gerald Smith Nlcldron Young Arthur Womer Leslie Pamler ROW I Paul Nippert Rohert Coolc Clarence Hall Francis Jute Clarence McDoIe James Ivliller ' John McLane I'-ranlc Loclxman John Borlcovic Nvilliam Slcaran ROVV 2 Janet Lowry Mary Lou Koah Lois Hogue Philip Elliot Robert Lynn Roloert Harris Robert Hoey Jilnmy Muoio Bill Kutters Valla Gorrlen Phylis IVlcDaneI Joanne McDaneI lean Hodqlcinson PICTURE C Row a Nlary Ellen Kennedy Gloria Leppla Shirley Knox Virginia McMichaifl Lucille Heclter Jaclcline Gamhle Doris McKee Catherine Malovic Barbara Marlcess Nancy Lemmon lvlereclith Johnston Nancy Harvey ' ROVV 4 Leo IVlcBride Dick Kyser Dorothy IVlcLane Ruie King Earlene Gardner Patty Holmes Mary Ellen Mehalley Aileen Mansfield Valeria Kulalcowslci Eleanor Krallic Vivian Gibson Marilyn Fry Margaret Coe Marilyn Grocott ROW 5 Jerry Kirlcpatriclc William Popovich Philip McConnell Jacli Geiser Allred Maga Don Nlay Dale Keller Jaclc Manson Ronnie Miller Charles Hamilton Bob McCullough Charles McCreary Rohert Gruber Dale Kesler Allred Grocott Barbara Almquist Virginia Almquist Nlargaret Anderson Rodney Burris Rohert Cameron NOT INCLUDED IN THE PICTURE Charles Cantner Danny Capo Frances Carroll Paul Cornelius Dave Daniels Rudy Kalcevie Don Kelly Gordon Lee Jean Miller Jael! Ivlollet 03 .lack Ixloraclr Ralph Murpliy Emest Regney Kathleen Rohrlmaugh Don Sayres Domthy VVesseI Doris Williams ,Claes man Class Vve. the class ol: '50, looked upon our freshman year with fear and trembling. knowing it would be very different from our Junior High School. ln the early part oi the school term. we held our first meeting. At that time we elected our class ollicers lor the year and got our activities well under way. We have very good talents. which were proved by our literaries. and we hope they prove as successful in the next three years as in the past year, as we are very proud ol our freshman class. Qur class ollicers lor the year were: PRESIDENT .............H...................... LINDA BAUM VICE-PRESIDENT--- .... CATHERINE WAYNE SECilETARY .... - .... NANCY XVHITTLE TREASURER .... .... ..... E D WARD ZUK FRESHMAN CLASS LITERARY The Freshman Class ol 1950 met at the beginning ol the school term to organize a literary society. The first literary program ol the year was' held on November l5, lO46. The theme of the program was Education Vveek. Short skits and speeches were given concerning Education Week. The program also included several musical numbers. The programs throughout the year were suc- cessfully presented under the guidance of Nliss Campbell. The 0l:l:iCCl'S VVll0 served WETCI PRESIDENT ,,,...,...... ---AILENE NAIANSFIELD VICE-PRESIDENT .... ..... J oAN PANNER - SECRETARY ...... .... J ANE SUTTON IVIARSHAL .... .... J ACK SNOWDEN 64 .mv 599 JUST SOMETHING TO REMEMBER YOU BY Sk Q Q Q w XEQW Q .NX x xx x 3 2 xg N fx -x XXX XE Uqctivities f tl' Q? . Qwngwu yliif' 1 I K QQa,.'L,.-.-,Nz .ff Y--A2-9 QJ5! sb p I 'yi' X xo. J 4 rimson ancl gold VW- nominate tlie seniors of N. B. H. S. lor memlaersliip in tlual popular organization ol rnconteurs. Dicl you reacl tlleir ntall-tales" pululislmecl in tlie Crimson and Golcl? Tliis yenr's populeirily pull was Conclurted on a completely clilllerenl plan wllivll proved very rlemovratir mul clellinilely representative ol tlle llower ol our sclrool. Anytluing ancl 6VCl'yllllIlQ was clone to lceep tlie presses rolling ancl to get tlle Crimson unil Golcl out to you on lime. Vvllen llle slapling maflline larolcef-a usual occurrence--we resortecl to tlie neeclle and tlxread metliod of putting your paper togelller. Xvlien tlme mimeo- Qrapli relusecl lo worlc, our lmoys proved lllemselves allle mecllanics ancl soon lracl it bm-If in running orcler. Sllfll elliicienry l???l. suclr up-tovclnle news servife. and suvli liearlwnrming nrlirles run lie louncl only in llmis pulmlivalion. Xve liave ullemplecl lo equal tl1e recorcl set ln' tlie Stall ol' '45-'46 wlrose paper was among fourteen olliers lo win lwonomlnle mention in Z1 nation-wicle Conlesl lor mimeogrnpliecl sfliool pulmlienlions. Cmrvisox AND Goin ST.-Xlfl-' lilllllll'-ill-cwllll'lv .... ------ ---------..------------------- ----- ,--------Nlnrie llunl 'Xssoriale lfililnr .... ......................................... . lurk 5lcNiIl llusiness Nlaiizigji-rs--, ---lfnrl Kircluwr, .lim Kornnmn, Rll'llZlfLl Ronmin, Dirk Sullzer Rirlrnral Bnlilvrson. VVillnril Snowln-rger. Dennis fc-lllrr lllv Run Arnunsl--- ...............,...... Nanny lric-lil. Nom l.l-e Blnflxlmurn Kernels Pop .....e ................ . . ........... flmrlenr- lgmgm-4'l'u'r Nlusir ....... .............................e... . ,-Uinnic- R.-4-lil fxrlisls-- ..... - --- ,-- .... lvlilclreql Pnlsign, Clurli VVnlluu". Ri-xlpll Benm-ll .'Xlumni--- .... .... . - ..... ...................,........,... l filwin Uuull tXc'liVilivs-- --- ..... .... .,...... l 1 'un lxli'l,nLlglilin Sports-- ..... .,... .,., .......,,.... l 11 i ll K4-slr-r Seniors ..... ....... l ilL'tillUl' Rllnmles luniors ..... ......... - - - ---l"rum'es Burma Soplnomores-- --- - .... .............,.......... ......,. l 5 imis 'llnylnr lin-slum-n ,...... ...,. ......,..u,............................e...... f X nllwrinz- Xxlllylll' lypisls--- --.Xnn Krlillr. Vlleresn Cmulio, lxlnrllm liunlilnouser, Suri: Ann llnrllnun :Xilvisnrs .... -..-lxlrs, .l0lIllSlJll, lxliss vllllllIIlilS, bliss Ilt'I'kllltlll. lvliss Dirliey, xliss llrull 69 l CW .llze Science Club -lqili' New BFiQlIl0I1 Science Cluim began ils seconci year lwy electing oiiicers ciuring ils lirsl meeling in September. Time Science Cluiu appiiecl lor memimerslwip in Science Ciuias of America anti was acceplecl for time year 1046. This gives our organization national recogni- lion nnrl nn opporlunily lo compele wiiii ollier ciuiis in liwe Unileci Slales. A series ol special programs ol speakers. ciemonslrnlions, and movies were sclmerluieci for llmis venr. ixiemimersiiip in li1e Science Ciulw is limilecl lo science siuclenls Wim imve maintained nn eigilly-live per ceni or iveller average in llleir science sulziecls, UlfI"Il'ifRS l,l'l'Silll'lll ...... .... D on i.emmon Sn-crm-lnry--- .......--........ Nancy liielll Vin- Presimieul--- .... ifnrl Kircliner Treasurer ........... Ann Cunninglmm i2XI'1'l'I'lX'i'f BOARD Russell Vlingner, fiiiuirnmn .lean Greer irvin ixlilicr Helly iinciieior Carolyn Buciielor l.ureHa Balwr .ii-nn Bercliinlil ,loam Binulmm Virginia iiinglmm Belly Bork is-nn llxmnclenlierger ixlnry flmpnmn ieneiyn Clnpie Kuilierine fuienmn .Nun Qillllllillgllillll Alieci Dnllrey Reineilr lllnil Dallmey ixlarion Dnvirison Rolweri lbolsson Ann ivlnry Douglnss Nlilcireri Dreyfus inn Epsiein Nancy Field .loimne fieplinriil Paliy fiiuss Alice Gnill .ieun Greer .io Ann Harris ifstlier i iuyes Riclmrrl Romain ,iuc,ly'i lerlnes Donna l luwe lflien Kenneriy ifnri Kifl'llIllxf KXIIH fllflll' IJ! Il fflIl'Ck4'f .lolm Lillie Don i,l'llHllUIl Gerairiine Nicnm .iune ix'lcDnnei ix inrilyn iVicDowe Jenn Nllflnilllffillill Alma NIHSOII irvin Nlilier lei ll ixiirinm Rmnsey ifieunor Reinelxr lean Rosenlverger Dicli Roman xliiclreci RlDllSll Knlilryn Silolsingcr li:-liie Snycier lflilel Sleillin flirisline Sirniic Russ Vvagner Sllil'lI'j' Vvinlers .loan Zilllll HOCKOQV FCSTCUQ Cf !9 6 QCSQQVFS s .gifzl eserves Tlmis active organization experienced its nmost successful year to date in time past sclmool ses- siomm. Time calminet presented to time girls sommme excellent programs dealing witim tlmeir prolmlenms imm a busy teen-age world. Time first meeting of time year was olgmserved imy time introduction of new Immemlmers, wlmo were told time lmiglm aims and ideals of tlme clulm. Nliss lxlargaret Sutton spolce to time clulm in an early lall meeting omm time lmainits ancl manners tlmat time lmiglm sclmool girl slmould fol- low to lme a successful and useful meimmlmers of time community. Aiter time big game witlm our rivals from across time river. time club, witlm time assistance of time Hi-Y, imeld a football dance wlmiclm fea- tured time crowning of a Football King and Queen. imagine our pride wlmen time president of our clulm was elected queen. Clmristnmas imrouglmt time annual liornmal, tlmis year called time Holiday Festival. Time music oi Jimmy lxflills was featured and time gym was a "winter wonderlammdf' Congratulations go to all time people wlmo made it suclm a success. After time vacation, time clulo lmeld its first meeting oi a brand new year and did sommmetlming brand new for time clulm-presented a one act play. It was a rioutous comedy dealing witlm time lmappenings imm a lmeauty salon. ln February we lmad our annual Valentine Tea, wlmielm was a spe- cial treat, since our Inotimers were our special guests. lN'larclI featured a tall: lmy one of time Geneva faculty members wlmo gave us some good advice about our alter imiglm sclmool life. Later tlmal same montim we were given sommme lmelpful lmints omm our malce-up lay a well-lcnown lmeauty counsellor. in April an excellent style slmow was presented and time Beaver Falls clulo was our guest. Time year was larouglmt to a brilliant close by time annual lViay Day program. Gnce again colored liglmts and imanclsome escorts made time queemm and imer court even more lovely timan usual. Time club timis year was sponsored lly lwlrs. Brant aided ily bliss Tritscimler. Time oiliicers ior time year were: PRESIDENT ..... X' .... lNlARIE HLJNT VYICE-PRESIDENT--- ....................... ,l10NI CllUIfli SECRETARIES--- .... l3ETTY PETUCI1 AND XVILMA KOIINE TREASURER ........ ............. IN 'lARm' l.OUlSli Puuso PROGRAM CHAIRINIAN--- ..... JACKIE NioRIzIsoN SOCIAL CHAIRMAN .... .... J um' HERBIES 71 W -Qui! QBSUIUBS L ROVV I l4:lK'Hll0l' Alylffs Plxyllis Sllelllcr Dorotliy Powers Nlarilyn NNolle Alive Ridcli-I Dorotlly Harding Bristol .lones Katllryn Steele Bettie Snyder Alma lvlason Peggy Nippert Margaret Tracy Lois Ralminowitz RONV 2 Donna Lou Howe Agnes Tereli Mary Graliam Betty Garvin Rose Clemens Doris Hadl-ielcl Donna Lou Harris .lean lvlcloauglilin .lean Greer .loanne Cvepllardt Eleanor Rllodes ROXV I Pliyllis Colwell Toni Cliule IN lary Katliryn Benson .lime Damloacll Rita Falltinson l"ram'cs Fields Eleanor Dixon Viola Amygdalos Margaret Futato Nlartlla Clarlc Rita Dunn ROXV I fsarol Tindall Bettie lvlason .lean Rosenlaerger Mary Ann Le Roy Cliristinc Straile Nlilcln-rl Palsiga Betty Novosel Teresa Gauclio Sally Norarlc Eileen Tipton lfleanor Rcinelir Cliarlenc Langneclier .ludy Hemles lxlarie Hunt IUCTURE A ROVV 3 lfsllier Hayes .loanne 7.alin .loan lVlilne .lean lVlilne .IOHIIDP PJIHIIICIIY Slnirley lVleBrien Vivian Burellett Betty McCoy Barlwara Grecirln Donna Kendrew Dorotliy Coast Mildred Dreylus Catlierine Gilliert RUVV fl Njffil lwllllllllllll Nlargaret Karr Frances Scott Virginia Goddaril lflsie Nl:-rriman .loan lxloracli Belly Henry .lanet Healy .lean Healy Barlaara Beglin Marilyn .laclcson Nora Lee Blaclilxurn Virginia Reelil Geraldine lVleDanel ROVV 5 Nlarilyn PIITGOIIII Tlxelina Lindsay Wlarilyn lVlrDowell ,loanne lVlrDanel .lucly lVleDanel Nlarllla Claudio Patty Glass Angie Lczovifll .loan lxlartin .Indy Powell Sally Pall lfleanor Grisnili .lafliie Vvilliams .lo Ann' Harris lxllflry IDU HfKlgklllS0lI IUCTUREIS ROVV 2 Nlarilyn Anderson Helen Budiscal: lna Epstein Amelia Franze Anna Camp .lean Branclcnlaerger Aliee Gold Sara Beeli .lcnelyn Clapic Virginia Bingllam Sliirley Evans l,.ois A-nn Barr Eclitli Eelilwardt .loan Enlie ROW' 3 Nancy Fields lxlarion Boren Margaret Dougal Marilyn Bennett llean Bcrelitold Carolyn Bacluelor Nancy Anderson Loretta Bali:-r Dawn lxlaree Erwin Vvillmerta Dralae .lanet Allen Catllerine Beegle Ann Cllllfllllglliilll ROVV at Raelnel Dodds Donna Carson Nlarion Davidson Mary Cliapman .lune Coene Rutll Ann Coleman Slnirley Cralt Bernie Drcvitcll Tlleresa Beclelioviclx Dolores Be-egle Belly Barllelor Belly Borlc Do l.ores Clapie A-una Mary Douglass ciillllffllll' Coleman ROVV 2 Gloria Ours N lary Preston Bliriam Ramsey Dorotlly Swasta Slrirley Vvinters Rose Vigoslcy lxlary Howarcl Rutlfl Romlvold Sara Ann Hardy Goldie Zimmerman 3 largaret Nlarecic Olga lxloqnoni lvlarie Sabiene Estlier Vvelsli lvlargaret Palmer Patty Pariso lWCTURECf ROVV 3 Dimis Taylor Faye nliller .larliie Florrison lxlildred Rouslx Bertlia Phillips ,leanne Vvelglcr Belly Pullion lxlary .lane Vaslnndcr Evelyn Kennedy lfmma ,lean Vvilson Peggy Paulson Bm-1-rely Slualler lvlary Louise Hawlf: Sara Hartman J ROXV 4 Margaret Vogler .laclcic Smitll .loanne Haarlmaucr Stella Lcsezylc Domtlly Gilmson Ellen Kennedy Vvilma Koline Ann Pliillis .Alln ROSFHIJOTQ' lflizalretlx Pullion Dolores Vvest .lean Underwood Dorotliy Vvinlilcr lftliel Stclllin .lune Patterson RONV 5 Dorotlly Vvesscl Katliryn Slmtsingcr Gladys Sayre ,loan Regney lxlildrecl Vueina Norma .lean Vvurzel lxlary Louise Pcluso Patty Hague Dorotlly Huglies Peggy Ann Bell Sylvia Kolumlmn Estie Petuelx Mary Lou Perrott .lean Nlittner Rose Kfkllf lvlildred Rlmmlcs BIELVIN VVILSON CHARLES PATON DICK ANDERSON JAMES BECK President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer I .fy The New Brighton Hi-Y opened the 1940-47 year under the handicap ol' having to elect two oliicers to posts made vacant when Robin Roarlc moved to New Jersey and Fred Nlaclc enlisted in the armed forces. Melvin VVilson was elected to the presidency and Chuck Paton to the vice-presidency. No regular meetings were held until the Christmas holidays were over, hut before that time the club sponsored the programs sold at the home football games the past year. The annual pep meeting before the Beaver Fails football game was a huge success and all concerned deserved the highest Commendation. ln conjunction with the Girl Reserves, the Club sponsored a football irolic, which was received hy all as a new treat. After that affair, meetings and regular husiness occupied the ctutfs time until the preparations were under way for the spring dance annually sponsored hy the Hi-Y. Nluch time was spent on this dance. as the boys were anxious to revive the Hoor show part of the dance they had estah- lished some years ago. lvlention must he made of the factuthat the club had a haslcethall team and endeavored to carry on games with the other clubs ol' the county. This activity was enjoyed hy all. The year was successful and the prospects lor more and bigger years promise to de- velop from our organization. The Hi-Y is sponsored hy Nh. Ntolter. 74 r rcgqrf' RUXV I Frank Kolmc Dick Inge' Russcll Vvugncr Carl Circle Boll Chain John Tomsic Charles Palon .Icrry Hartman .qfi-Cqjnem ei Q 9 RUXV 2 .lim Sicppc .lim Beck Bold Edwards 1x'IPlVill Vvilson Jim Korman Bill Kesler Earl Kirchner Charles Nlowry 75 ROW' 3 Uick Trcnary Irvin lwiller Nlnrlc Douglass Dick Andc rscml 1 Mr. Nlolter John Fresl lxxfax lcr Clarence Nvalls Dick Spalmr girlie ,fiinafzy 'lille lilmrary Clulm can lu- juslly proucl ol lllc line rerorci il lias marie lllis year. IXIIIOIIQ line social avliyilies an oulslancling eycnl was llm clulmis annual dance. ilu- Balloon-Hop, wluerc lime Gym was approprialely clecoralecl. ln Qclolrcr an Arlmor Day program selling lorlli llie aclvanlages ol slate loresls ancl llleir care illlil ll1C lllSl0l'y Ol 1'xl'l50l' NYHS pl'0S6lllPd ill l'llilll0l Sl'Y0l'Ell Ill0llll3Cl'S ol llie l.ilJrary Club. Under llxe leaclersliip ol lxliss Carler llie memlmers. worlxingf Iwo periods a weelc, lailliliully perlormecl various clulies in lime Lilvrary suvlm as filing. slielving lyoolcs. calaloging, lyping. ancl maliing oul lilmrary nolires. Time experience llial llme mvmllers ol llle i.ilJrary Cluln cleriyeci from lliis worlc will lie of greal value lo llieln in l'lltlll'0 years. Tile ollivers ol llic library Club lllis year were: Prvsirivnl .....-..,... Dorollly Coasl Vice-Prvsirienl ...... Elizaixelll Peluclm Sl'l'l'0lCll'j' .... QNillllCl'llll' llc-egle Peggy Ann Bell lxlarilyn Bennell Nlary Kalliryn Benson Belly Borlc lxlarllma Clarli Dorotlmy Coast .IKIDG CXOCIIC TTl'llSllTl'f ..... MEMBERS lllllll' CWOPIIQ' Shirley Crall l30f0llly'HHFflll1Q Donna Howe Dorolliy Huglles Sylvia Kolumldan .lean lxlillner 76 - - -Emma Jean Vvi lson llellie .lane ixlason Gloria Ours .lune Pallerson lflizabelll Pelucli KHlllF5'Il Sleel Emma Jean Xvilson CD .,!. ,lllailzef The G. A. A.. under lllv supervision of 5liss Parlu-r. girls' gym inslruclor. wus very avlivv in lmolll social and allmleliv affairs cl menls, ilwlllclirmg lmskvlbull. volleylmll. and wc-re 'wld ihrouglmul llw year. The cnlwinel ',l'l'Sill0lll ........ ......... I 'zsllwr l,0llll'Il Vivvfprvsiffvlll ............ Peggy Paulson Svcrvlary mul Tr0asurvr--5lnry Lou Perroll Poinl Sysfvrn ...,... ---Goldie Zilmnermun Rvpurlvr ...............,...... Sully Pun Svnior Rvprvsvnfuliuos ....... Jean lxlitlnvr lfmnm Joan Xvilson funior Rvprvsvnlalivvs .... Eleanor Grisnicli Pwlly Noynsvi uring the past year. The-rc were many lournn- I11llSllbHIl. Sf'N'f'I'ill Sll4'l'?SSI1lll IHITHPS illlil CIHIICPS wllirll supervised lllvsv alvlivilivs inlrlllcleclz Sopluomorv ReprosvnfaHv0s-.lo Anne Harris XJPHI Iillllllll Pl Frvslunun Rvprvsvnlafivvs- Rilalenn Casariro Husleolfrall - - , - k Vollvylmll ..... - IWUSHJUH ..... - lf: mlr- ling ........ Social fxlmirnlan Nyfvu I Q1 M , n il 5' ' J 2 ' ' ' 'F I c Nlury Pawlilliclr ---------fNg'u lxlognoni Fil Lev ISlill'lillllI'll --------TPr0su Unuclio - - .... Sylvia Kllllllllllilll ------ -----NZll1l'5' Fivlcl T7 --L givls , Uqilzleiic ssociafion RC IVV I wfillllii Kahne Linda Baum Elna Cool: Shirley Ewing Phyllis Coxson Rita Jean Casarira Phyllis Colwell Virginia Bingham lxlargaret Futnto Nancy Fir-III Rachel Dodds Donna Carson lna Epstein Toni Chule PICTURE A ROVV 2 .lean Berrlitolcl Carolyn Bachelor VVilma Carpenter Jllllf' lyflllllllifll Roherta Uoliurn Eleanor Dixon Irranves Fields Dawn lxlaree Erwin .lenelyn Clapie hlarilyn Fry .loyee Chandler Vivian Burchetl Viola Amygclalos linrlmra Bc-illin ROVV 3 Loretta Balier Beverly Brewer Martha Gaudio Sara Beclc Edith Eclchardt Marilyn Anderson Elizabeth Dougal Rita lrallcinson Edith Borlc Loretta Desalle Catherine Bauman Dolores Beegle Gertrude Anderson Catherine Currio ROW' 1 Mary Chapman Catherine Beagle Nlary Kathryn Benson .leanette Bonnell Ruth Carling lxlarilyn Bennett Nilnfy AIXJPYSIIII lnene Dishler lxlarfia Elcles Doris Dralie Joan Bonnell Janet Allan Theresa Becleliovieln Anna lVlary Douglas Edna Ewing Dora Coolc Dolores Clapie Peggy Ann Bvll Nlildrecl Dreyfus Betty Boris Betty Bachelor PICTURE B ROVV I ROVV 2 ROVV 3 ROW 4 ROVV 5 ROW' 6 .loan Zahn Eleanor lvlyers Betty Pullion lxlary Louiset Peluso Gladys Sayre lrma Pagoni lVliriam Ramsey ,lune Patterson Eleanor Rhodes Ann Rosenlrerg Kathryn Shotsinger Alive Riddel Peggy Palmer Leona Whalen Lois Hogue Ann Phyllis Kathleen Rohrloaugll Dorothy Powers Barham Pusliich Catherine Wayne Nlariannc Watszrrl Nlildred Patsiga Peggy Paulson Nlarilyn Wolfe Agnes Terelc Rutllann Slialler N'lHl'illB Watts lwlary Ann LeRoy Emlna Jean Vvilson Nlarilyn lNIcDowell .loan Regney Linda Salomone Nancy Lemmon Barbara lvlarlcess Elsie Nlerriman Eileen Tipton Shirley Vvinters Helen Spiclcerman Joanne Gephardt J6Ftl't RRR G l'60I' Virginia Goddard Marie Hunt Margaret Vogler Eleanor Riedel Donna Harris .lean lVlrI..aughlin June Ann lVlcDancl Eleanor Reine-hr Betty Reid Nancy Wllittle Doris Hndlield Charlene Langneclier Loretta lxloore Lois Rahinowitz Joan Panner lvlarie Saihe-ne Judy Hermes Phyllis Schellller Alma Mason Patty Wllite Sally Nloracli Esther Petucll Sylvia Kolumhan Patty Glass Janie Sutton Carol Tindall Domtlly Winliler Norma Winlcler lVlary Lou Permit Bettie Snyder lvlary Jane Vashincler Joan Zillc .lean lhlittner lxlildred Vueina Martina Yeager Eleanor Anderson lvlary Sharlc lxlildred Roush Catherine Steele PICTURE C ROXN' l ROW' 2 ROW 3 ROVV 4 Naney Harvey lxlarilyn .laelcson Virginia Reehl ,loan Lemmon Nlary Graham Peggy lvlarecic Olga Mognoni Goldie Zimmerman Betty Novosel Teresa Gaudio Dorothy Hughes lVlartha Clarli .lean Hodglcinson Valla Gorclon B.-ny Garvin Dorothy .lean Vvessel Nora I-:-e Blaclchurn .lo Ann Harris Judith lx"lCDH'llPl Nlary .lane Taylor Joanne MHIIIPIIQ' .larlcie Nlorrison Dorothy Harding .laclcie Gamble Phyllis lVleDanel Nlary Louise Hawlc Sara Ann Hartman Evelyn Kennedy Barham Grerich ,lomly Powell Janet l.ow ry Patty Hogue Shirley Knox Virginia lvlclxlichael lhlary Ellen Kennedy .loanne lVloDanel Donna Gilzson Sara Ann Harcly ylary Howanl Dorothy Gilxson Ellen Kennedy Rose Krlcuc Donna Howe lvlereditll Johnston Eleanor Grisniclc Sally Pall lxlarilyn Gromit Dorothy Mm-Lane Earlene Gardener Angie Lelovielu .loan lxlartin Kathryn Gillxert .larlcie Williallus Shirley lVIrBrien Vera Hummel Aileen Nlanslield Donna Lou Kr-ndrew Barham lvlalovitcll Nlildred lwlinarilc lvlarilyn NlcGoun Esther Hayes Mary Lou Horlglcinson THOSE NOT INCLUDED IN THE PICTURES lrranees Bonzo Patty Holmes Nlarian Preston .loan Snowden Dolores Vanmlersliu- llelen Budisealc lxatlxleen lXf-Ilwauglx loois N-iple Katherine Starasinir Norma .lean Nvurzel l.m-ille lla-elif-r hlary Pnvlinirh Peggy Smith Dorothy Sullivan 70 au . 02667 65,606,675 Another year has rollecl arouncl with changes and memories. Cine oi the important changes to the Cheerleaders was the return oi lvlr. lVicQueen irom the Armeci Forces to resume among other cluties the sponsorship oi the Cheerleaders. The Cheerleaders in coniunction with various school organizations presentecl some ol the peppiest. most amusing. and most unusual pep meetings New Brighton has seen in a long time. The Cheerleaclers starteri off the football season hy presenting a C. lfs memories ol a high school ioothall game. The U. A. A. demonstratecl what would happen when Brightoifs eleven- U. A. A. girls-met Rochesteris one-man team. Ancl it was a one-man teaml The Crimson ancl Colcl even haci the presses roaring while they presented their program. imagine hearing Christo- pher Columhus prophesy the outcome of the Trinity game. Xvell. that's what the Science Claim clreamerl upi For the Nlicilanci game the Alaurum Staff enactecl a home-coming. complete with court ancl queen. The queen? Xvhy. Dave Fields. ol course. The climax of the ioolhali season was the Pmeaver Falls-New Brighton game, and the Hi-Y presented their traditional pep meeting which hacl everything. Amid the appropriate decorations we listened to several interesting speaic- ers. ancl specially numhers irom the hand. as well as witnessing the fatal encl of our neigl or. the Tiger. During the year the hand was on hand to offer rousing and snappy marches Regardless oi the diiiliil'lIlli9S ol' transportation, the cireerleacling squ cl was 2 rys on hancl to cheer the learn to victory. I rllfty IIN' 515 iollows: Sramoas-DICK INGE, JIMMY VVHiT1'Li-1 'L Jumon-ELEANoR Gmsmcx My of f Sovriomouesf-DoN Smurf. .io .ANN Hamas FRESIIM HN-B1-:TTY Rum, JIMMY BOSNVIQLL. Roiuanr Piiiues R0 P- Safeiy Qaiwol Vlqllf' Saiely Pnlrol was organizell nl lime lxeginning ol llle svlmool lerm uncles' llie supervision ol lxflr. ixiorgnn. Tlxe palrol is on cluly all lime lime ol nssemlmly mul clismissul ol sluclenis. Tiie vlmiel duty ol time patrol is lo clirecl llxe sluclenls in crossing lime slreis acljavenl to lime scllool. Time patrol is clirecleci in lime-ir activities ily Dicic Spain. captain. Earl Kirvlmer uncl Don Lemmon. lieulenanls. Jim Kornman. Russell Vvagner. .lim Sleppe, Holm Jewel. Rixlplm Brewer. Dirk Baiclerson. iyieic Roman. anal George VX7l1ile. patrol lmoys. filller palrol lmoys for llle seconcl semester noi sliown in llle pivlure are: Clarence Hall. Dave Franconia. .iames Xvoocls. Don Vvlwile. Ciiarles Niv- Crenry, Don Enlce. .infix Ceiser. Rnlmerl l.ynn. Ronnie Nliller. Ray Slmnor. .iklfii Sl10XYIlPll, lJt'll' Sliiifall. iiflfii l,OXYPl'S. HI 3713.0-fZ,0Jff'-iff . LS , me ' H tage vew fly-A. . ,Fatwa Tlie stage crew is romposecl ol Ray Slraile. l.ee lxlclfricle, Bill Smitli. ,lim Barlcirll. ancl Cllarles Fowlces. The crew is re- sponsilmle lor all stage properties. ll' we foulcl lme llvllillll ilu- svenes will: llle stage crew. we woulcl liml tliat llley are always on lnancl lor clmapel programs arranging cluairs, cleaning llie stage. and operating llle lights. lxlany are llie clulies ol llie frew in acljusling llne pulvlic speaking system. lor it is llieir "pet" aml all are responsillle lor its care anal satislavlory operation. Tlic Crew is also llelplul in counseling llle literary lnarslials in tlleir cluties SllCll as moving tlie piano. replacing stage furni- ture. limling llne proper ligglil switclies. and giving tlme last pall lo close tlle curtain so tlial all programs may lme run smootlily. The Crew is ollen lmelpecl out lay students wlio lalqe tlmeir plates and rlear tlle stage ol cliairs wllile tlxey are in class. VlillHI1liS. fellows. we surely appreciate a strong arm now ancl tllenl All xyorlc clone lay tlle crew is voluntary. ancl tlley llave never relusecl lo lencl a llelpingg llancl lor llme stage is llwir pricle anzl ioy. 82 .1 Q jeniofz Lsfancl Lllmmiffee uljeanuisl Popcorn! Candy liarsl Hoi Dogsl No Chewing Cuinln Ah. yes. that lamiliar cry was hearcl ai all our home games. As usual we hacl our lraclilional eorsages lor the Beaver Falls-New Pmrighlon game ancl in aclclilion we specialized in New Brighton pins wilh a rahhifs fool allaehecl lo eaeh. The sale ol "New Prrighlonu head squares also aclclecl io lhe growing luncl ol Ihe Slaml Connniliee. Perhaps you clicl not linow that lhe money which is earnecl hy lhe Slancl Com- millee cluring the year helps lo swell the senior XXL.-xLJRlYM luml. This lolal was also inereasecl hy ilu- ellorls ol the Cs0lI1l1llll90 in sponsoring some ol lime Friclay nighl clanves. :X greal zleal ol' creclil lor the success ol lhe Senior Slancl Commiliee goes lo Mr. Sheehan. lhe sponsor. who slimulalecl the sluclenls wilh irleas ami his own inilialive. Rllxv I-lxlargnrei Karr, Nlurgarel lsulain, Roumna Doyle ROXN' 2-Sara ,lane Bm-ll. Dorolhy Hughes. Dolores Bynl ROW' 3-Lora-lin Baker, Dann lxlaree lfrwin, .lvnelyn flapie, Dr-Ily Hnwli, Peggy Ann Bell. Sylvia Kolumlmn RUXX' -i-Don l.c-mmon. lrarl Kirchner. Virginia Bingham. Belly Boris. Belly Bachelor. Nlariha Clnrli. Wir, Sheehan P41 -Cline Qqlaufzum gactofzy Have you ever passed by the Alaurum room and heard such strange noises that they seemed almost incredible to you? There was no need for being astonished for it was just the Alaurum machinery working in its usual fashion to make the 1047 yearbook a worthy suc- cessor to its predecessors. Alaurum machinery is like no other. for it talks. walks. and does everything characteristic of a human being. VVhat made up this machinery? Vvell, one was a dynamo of activity known as Ruth Ann Coleman. Peculiar to this machine were the numberless Hhoochiesn which might bc anything from the latest copy to an old worn-out cover. Angeline Lezovich. a component of the central dynamo. was of incomparable aid in reducing the duties of the Coleman dyna- mo. An elticient sturdy little pulley. Judy Hermes. pulled all the ropes to get the write-ups for the yearbook. This little pulley almost lost all its nuts and bolts trying to get enough work to keep the other machines busy. A branch mechanism. June Coene. repaired and cor- rected much of the literature for the yearbook. Along the production line where students' activities are coordinated. the atomically controlled robots. Eleanor Reinehr. James Latham, Betty Bork. and Eileen Tipton. were kept at capacity production in turning out biographies and verses for graduating seniors. Two wedges. Eugene Winters and David Fields, equipped with cameras. were kept busy in obtaining snapshots of the students to till out the extra pages of the Alaurum. On occasion the Coleman dynamo and another machine. the Russell XIVBQDCT. also snapped students. An equally important part was the calendar maker. Lois Rabinowitz. who recorded an accurate account of important events which occurred this school year. An inclined plane. Evelyn Kennedy by name, produced material concerning students of years passed who have rolled off into all parts of the world and into all occupations and experiences. Then there were four unusual levers, Peggy Nlarecic. Dawn Nlaree Erwin. Nlary Lou Perrott, and Nlildred Dreyfus, who turned out finished copies for the printing machine. Dick Spahr worked his way into the coaches' secret files and produced the scores for the sports events. The entire machinery could not have functioned had it not been for the axles. Don Lemmon and Don Alleman, who turned the wheels ol Financial activity. These wheels were Jenelyn Clapie. Virginia Bingham. Nlargaret Futato. Eleanor Rhodes. Teresa Gaudio. Sally Nlorack. and Jackie Nlorrison. Credit lor the final production may be attributed to the boss, bliss Couch. Her frenzied cry. "Remember January Sl." kept work rushing along to the last mad. hectic week. Noxs' that you know how your yearbook came to be, we hope it brings back fond memories year after year. ALAURUM STAFF 1947 Editor-in-Chief .... ----Ruth Ann Coleman Alumni Editor--- -- -- ---.- Evelyn Kennedy Assistant Editor .--.-- ---. A ngeline I-ezovicli Sports Editor .-...-....-- - -.--...---- Dick Spahr Business Nlanager .-.- ------ ---- Don Lemmon Biographies-Eleanor Reinehr, Eileen Tipton. .lame-' Assistant Business Nlanagcr --.- ----Don Alleman Lml'm"' and B1-My Bork Lnvmry Editor ----.-------- Q---June Cnem, Typists--hlargaret lx'1Bl'CCiC. 'Dawn Nlaree Erwin. Nlary O . . Lou Perrott. and lxlildred Dreyfus rgamzatmns and Clubs-- --.--.- Judy Hermes Q V - . ., Alaurum bales-Jenelyn Clapic, Virginia Bingham. Snapshot l'.dIl0l" --..---.-. -..- E ugene xx'lIllt'l'S 1 . - A , A . ' Fleresa Gaucho. Sally Nlorack. hleanor Rhodes. Asmstanl bnapslwl Ed'l0"--- ----- Dawd Fmltls Nlargaret Fututo. .lackic lxlorrison. and the cntirc Calcndar Editor -------- ----Lois Rabinowitz Aluumm Stall 84 C QQ OW Q66 V l I 01 W ew rigllion School Quit Xve of the New Brighton High School Band were lorlunate enough to have two cli- reclors this year. Reverend David O. Slyter had Charge until the first oi November at which time hir. Glenn H. Davis from Arnold joinect us. Our hand inclucles lilly-seven playing members as well as the majorettes ancl color guard. hir. Davis has actclecl a iaancl manager, the first the New Brighton group has had. During the past year the iaanct playecl for football ancl basketball games in aclctition to the various parades to celebrate Flag Day, Christmas.. i'tallowe'en. Armistice Day, and Decoration Day. This year's outstanding season was climaxecl by the annual Spring Concert. As we seniors leave we give a toast to the hand. Nlay it be even more suecessiui in years to come. CILARINICTS Daviel lrielcls James Latham Charles Niaiors Earl Schramm .lo IXIIHC lj0XK'f'H Geraldine iN'icDanel .lacltic VVilliams .lean lX'icLaughlin Katherine Steele Patty Glass .lean Rae Greer Arlene itielcey ixlarilyn Jackson lfrances Ficlcl .lime Patterson Christine Strailc Dolly Marla-ss :Xrihur Vtfnmer CNOLOR CiUARD ,lames Barr Paul Grim FLUTES Beverely Shaller .io Ann Gephardt Vvilma Kohne BELLS fharlotte Van Kirk Virginia Reehl BARITONE Carl iinnt TROBIBONES Ralph Bennett ivan Brauml Dnnalcl Antlcrson BASSES Harvey Calhoun Lynn Fowler SAXOPHONES itch Lynn Bill Howe Linclu Baum Ralph Brewer ljnciu Salamone FRENCH HORN hiiriam Ramsey C Y M B A LS Rolrerl Nlccullougli Pmss DRUMS Bill Smith Bch Jewell SNARE DRUMS Frank Koime Donalcl Fields .lac-it Talion Bill Hoctgliinson Bill Snyder Charles Fowlies TR U M P ers .lack lVlcNitt Davicl Hays Xvalter Borlc Russell Couch LeRoy Niclsauglllin Donalct Custer Franres Scott Evelyn Kennedy Mary Chapman Thomas Carter Marsha Ecltlcs Anna Nlary Dougla s .lames Flitalo lx'lAJORIiTTES ,lean lxlitlner lxlary Lon Perrott MAJ ORS BAND lX'lANAGER Bill Taylor Earl Kirehner Paul Blinn lzillpll RUHSPI Nyffil H lllllllK'l Jerry Hartman s 3 Xe. . x y fi 5 at xt. f Kfei . . J 1 C ixeal Ulzows The lxlixecl Chorus ol New Brighton High School, uncler the leaclership ol lxliss Temple- ton. has spent a successful ancl enjoyahle year. The memhers are eagerly looking lorwarcl to next year. Accompanist lor the chorus was Virginia Reehl. assistecl lay .loan Panner. The chorus made their clehut in a chapel program in October. Three numhers. H.lesus Uur l.orcl, Vve Aclore Thee." uln the Still of the Night." ancl Frecl Vvaringfs famous ar- rangement ol "The Battle Hymn of the Repulnlief, were enjoyeel hy the students. The chorus appeareil with the hancl at the presentation ol the loothall sweaters in November. A Cantata entitled "The Shephercls Christmas" was presentecl at the annual Christmas program. To- gether with the instrumental groups, the traclitional Spring Convert was given. Eight memhers were chosen to represent the group at Bessemer. Pennsylvania. in lxlicl- western Chorus. They inelucle Eleanor Rhocles. Evelyn Kennecly. Alice Riclclel. Pmeverely Shaffer. Harvey Calhoun. James Steppe. James Kelhaugh. ancl James Fowler. ROVV 1 ROVV 2 ROXN' 3 Dorothy Kyser Alive Riclrlel lna Epstein lfleanor Rhofles ,loan Lemmon Virginia Reehl hliss vlvempleton .loan ljanner Gloria Ours .lean lxlilne vlihelrna Hamilton IDOIUIH CHTSOII Sara Ann Hartman lfleanor Rierlel Catherine Vvayne Ruthanne Shaffer .lo Ann lvlatheny Dawn lvlaree Erwin Leona VVlnalen lfyelyn Nloore Betty Snyrler Pretty Connolly Delores Langneclier hlary Graham Rosemary lrash Nanry lrielal Num y Lemmon Ronalcl l'owell Rnthanne Branrlt Katherine Coleman .loan lvlartin Ann Phillis Rat tml Doelrls Beyer:-ly Shalller .loan Bingham lfllen Kennecly Ulaclys Sayre hlarilyn Nrvolle Del .ores tslapie lfyelyn Kennedy lxlarilyn Fry .loan lxlilne lim liarliirh lim Kornman lyan Braunrl ylelvin Allison Keith Seiple .lim Fowler Boh Turner Don Charles .lacli Roles .lim Kelhaugfll Harvey Calhoun Paoli panner l larolfl Vvilson fharles lfowlu-s Dale Keller lim Steppi- fharles Kellmaugh Philip Elliot George Vlfhite girls 3 ? ofzus 'lille rliorus, consisiing ol lwmmly-liivc girls. was Mr. Glenn Davis. Duc lo llic lute arrival ol Nlr parlicipnle in llic Clirislmals vvspvr Service ns usual unflvr the fiblf- clirvvlion Davis wc- were unalwlv However. wo we-rv alule provide- sperial music lor llxc Easier svason. NVQ' cnlvrluinvfl ilu' slucleul lmrly il Sll0t'iHl l'l1Hpt'l Sf'I'ViCf'. lll NVl'liCll VV? SHIIQ SPYPFHI llIllISlliil llllIIllN'l'S. liV6l'y0I cnjoyvrl ilu- worli aml lun counoflecl willl ilu' organizalion. Vlwllf' mmulwrs ol ll l'll0l'llS VVPTCZ l'.lvunnr :Xiirlvrsun Nlnrilyn IXINIVYSOII Sum llc-1 li Virginia Bingfluuu Callwrinr' Bzxuulur .li-in-lyn Clnpic .lnyrv lwlmnrlli-r l'lliznlwlll Dougal Doris Drnlw 'l lfurlmw Gnriliwr Q will fmrmlou lyuris lliullivlxl llrishrl IB.-ll .lmu-s Ruin' King! lrmnrr-s Kitsnn .limi-I Lowry llwilii- lxlusuu lfumlliy Nlmlnuu- Nlairilyu lxlifiuuu Nlnry l,iiYlllll1'Il Di-lorvs Rulxinson Fleury Slmrlu Sllirlvy xvinlvrs 5lurilm Xvulls .IQIHIIIIP Xiillll ul- lo I0 in li' N' 89 Y C l 1 I I 011107 PIO XVoulml you sing lor literary? How about llw fiurclen Club uncl tlme Xvovnaufs Club? Tlwsv replies wr-ro nnswvrml by llw Senior Girls' Trio willi sucb songs as 'Dnlwing in ilu' Darla" nrrnngecl by Douglas lxlill'l,.0illl, Mlqlw Xvvclcling of llie l lyainlvcl Doll" by Freecl, ancl 'Allie Desc-rl Song" by Siginuncl Romberg. C,I'l'lliflS lo llw Senior Girls' Trio xvlio worliocl luillllully uncl willioul lssislnnve. ljirsl Sollrfllllf Svvflllfl SOIJVGHO Ermmou Ruom-is Blsvrini-Qu' SHAFI-'lin Alio l':Ylil.YN KI-Qxmim' U0 jzapel ffxcmisfs lic-lorv llw viglxl-llmirly In-Il rung for rlmpcl Joann ljamncr. lil0klIlOl' Rlloulvs or ficmlclim- Mi-lm.-I coulcl lu- svcn llurrying lowurcl llu- uuclilurium. Tlwsc girls wi-rv our nvw vlmpvl pinnisls wlm lmcl volunlcvrccl or willingly vompliccl upon rn-qui-sl lo pul llmcir lulvnl ul our Llisposal lor clmpcl music. rlulu- cliupvl pinnisls nrv sclevlvcl lor llwir ulmilily lo play, lmul nnyom- run lry out lor lllc lmnor. Tlmvsc- girls nrc ollvn falls-cl upon lo play for alle-rnoon nssvmlmly progfrunls or wlwn some' spvciul arlivily is lwlcl in lllv uuclilorium Lluring scliool lmurs. Sinn' lllc pianisls mln lllc-ir iolrs willioul nn ofvusion lor special recog- nilion lrom ilu- sluclvnls we would lilac- lo express everyonc"s zlpprewialion lor llleir new illld ollen unusual musivzxl nrramgeinenls. 91 15 M 3 V lj? M lw A a my ghe gviple SIYIU Nina' voifvs lwlvmlf-d loggs-llwr lor surll lunvs ns: .llNGl.Ii BELLS ,,.. , h........,.... Snmuvlson lixllllull Tl, KNOXX' -,--,-. -fxl'l'Ullg0fl by l:rl'f' True XXVOMAN IN THIS Snort-- ..,... Brown llll' lriplv ll'i0 ll2lS l'0lllllll'lPCl ilI10ll1P!' SllK'i'1'SSlNlll ytxkll' ol llilI'Ill0lly lllll alrlv tlirvclion ol lxliss Nlnrian Tcmplvlon. 'l'lwsv girls lmvv mvl luiilllullx lu an wvcla anal 4-nie-rlailwcl thf- ABC l.um'lwon. lllv xX'70l1N'll.S Clulw, ilu- Roux s Club. :xml sevvral ollmcr organizulions. FIRST SOPRANOS .loan lxlilnv .Xlic-Q Ritltlvl lflc-amor Rllmlvs Th .-X110 Rosemarie Faslu Nlnrilyn Fry ug vlmu llnmillun Slfvoxn SUPRANOS Bcvervly Slmffer ,loannc Pxingluun Ulaclys Sayre Qlee Club If you lmzmve lmearcl young nmenqs voices ramisecl in song early Tuesday mornings and llme Singing Comes from lmelmincl llme Curlain on llme slage-llml is our newly rmrgmmizecl Boys' Glee Club. Tlmis group is uncler llme clireclon of lxliss Templeton. Alllmouglm llme vlulm was noi organized unlil llme nmiclclle of llme lirsl semnesler. llmey nmacle sm vcmmmmimmemmclamlmle slmowing in llme Clmrislnmns Czmnlallm. From all indium- lions llmis new clmoral group is going lo lme am Creclil lo lmollm ilsell' amncl llme lmiglm srlmool. M.-Ivan Allis.-.1 I .ulmmm -s Bzmrliirlm lwm liramuml Rulplm Br 4-xx 1 r l lurvvy Camllm lmmu n l.4-rm cwvlllilf' Bill Klvlnxmr Donnlcl lxlmrles lllmilip lbklllmvy '11-.1 1mi.ll,.-,- Iflmilip I-Illmu Iiilfl lillllilf LNIIQIFIUS I:0NK'kl'S .IEIIIIUS ITUNN' l1'l' lfilwin Chmli Rohm l lame Dir-lg Inge RDI ,1-r I .I --rx'4- ll N ,- l lmamrlvs lxvllmuglm .lmmu-s K4-llmuglm .lunu-s Kornxmmn Dull- Koller l"r:mnli Kolmne .launes Lamllmmmm Rolu-rl l.ynn .lnlum Nlrlmimi- fllmrll-s Slowly .lnfli NIQNEII Tr R lmmmim IJ IH-vu-ll lm-k Rul--S lfurl Srlmrx nlmmum m flmnrlvs Svllriw Kr-illm Se-iplu Xxvillimn Snmillm -r Nvilliznn Snyflvr Xyillnrzl Snnsxl Dirk Spamlmr lnnmvs Sleppo Remy' Slrnill' Rulwrl Turner George Nvlmili- .linnmiiv Vlvlmillli Lynn lfowler Roll' l lamrolml Vvilsun mr-nfl OT Q 'C W I 1, . .X SN Lgpofzfs 'Nxt , RONN' I lxliifk IJUKIHIUSS lfugonv Smith Dirk llntlllox Dirli Amin-rsnn llnrry Pariso linrl llrvslon Holm 'liurnur ,loc Ciriello Vvillurcl Smwvlmr-rgyz-r Chnrlvs Scllrivor Ralph Dyson New Brighton New Brighton New Brighton Xie-w Brighton New Brighton New Brighton New Brighton New Brighton Ci arsify ,football VARSITY ROW" 2 hir, Nlorgun Chun ljnlon Lvwis Dollar-h-r lov Krnss lnrli Holzworlh .lzu li Rnmscy Bch Gillespiv .luv Bucliscnli Bill Koster Nic-lviin Vvilsnn Tony Ellis Vvalt Dwyvr Boll lfclwards Rudy Snnolnr lillglvlll' Fun in hir. ltrunl FOU'I'BAl.l- SCORES oo' ROVV 5 ixlr, Nlullvr Nlos:-s Bnrrvlt Nlnrio Buzzi Boh Nuiwil .lim lifl Ayr-rs Doll Vwlhilv .lim lrowlvr .lim Nicholson Ton: Hurl:-y Bill Sylvf-str-r Grorgc Yi-rigor l'lHrVQ'y BlFUlkl'll ll! hir. xlillvr - iwlonara T Amhriclge I4 Rochester 7 - - - Stowe 0 --Trinity I2 ----Beaver T -----lN'licllancl 6 l-RPHVPI' Filll S 0 IQ 6 xseason Yes, sir, New Brighton had a great foothall season . . . live victories . . . three defeats . . . and watch them go next yearl A Our four new coaches, Ntolter. Nlorgan, lxftitler, and Brant deserve credit for pro- ducing an outstanding team during their tirst year together. Vve had good punting . . . an effective passing attack . . . a tough defense . . . and a last running ottense. Our first home game under new lights resulted in a victory over lxtonaca . . . Brighton scored lirst . . . lxtonaca came hack to tie . . . score 7-7 . . . Then we scored again hreaking the tie and the score . . . I5-7 . . . our tavor at the halt' . . . Brighton scored again in the third period to make the tinal score 20-7 . . . The tirst downs totaled nine apiece . . . showing the closeness of the game. New Brighton traveled to Amhridge tor their second game ot the season hoping to duplicate the '25-0 victory of I9-t5 . . . Amtmridgte proved to he too tolkh . . . scoring in the tirst and fourth periods . . . our forward wall held hack two otheritouchdown threats . . . This was our lirst and worse defeat of the season. Our second defeat of the season came at the hands of the Rochester Rams . . . The liirst three periods were scoreless . . . in the last period the Blue and Vvhite were ahle to score . . . The first downs were 9-5 in favor ot the victor . . . total yardage gained was ahout equal. The second Class A game ol? Brighton was with Stowe . . . It resulted in a 7-0 victory tor Brighton . . . plenty ot touchdown threats . . . Vve outplayed our toe throughout the game and had several chances to score . . . Vve led in first downs 14-9 . . . Stowe threatened once hut was halted hy our forward wall. New Brighton traveled to Trinity to win the third Class A victory . . . Both teams scored in the first halt and the score was 7-6 in Brighton's tavor when the whistle hlew at the halt . . . Trinity made a six pointer in the third period to take the lead . . . Brighton came back in the final period to make the score I4-IQ . . . Tony Ellis saved Brighton from defeat hy his two conversions. Beaver was our fourth Class A opponent . . . They smashed our chances for a VV. P. t. A. L. Class A victory hy defeating us 7-6 . . . Brighton was outplayed throughout the game . . . The tirst downs stood in Beavers favor I0-3 . . . This was our third and last defeat hut it was most harmful. The titth and final Class A contest was with lxtidland at the Oak Hill Field . . . It proved to he an easy victory for the team . . . score 28-6 . . . The hall cluh showed a lot of tight and spirit alter their defeat at the hands of Beaver. The hig game of the year resulted in a victory for New' Brighton . . . Fourteen seniors took part in the game to defeat Beaver Falls 15-0 . . . The opponent tumbled tive times and Brighton recovered those fumbles . . . Three ot them led to scores tor us . . . A tield goal in the second period . . . New Brighton led in tirst downs and in total yardage gained. 97 l t -1 F FOOTBALL PERSONALITIES ' C esefzve Joofloall Inf The New Brighlon Reserve Foolhall learn was uncleleale ei In games. This gives hopes ol a vietorious learn nexl year. refl l lor the clevelopmenl ol lhe varsily squacl lhrough claily Nexv NPV New N PNY Nexv N PNQ' NEWS" New R f1..- I Ed Zuk .lohn Tomsic Lee Conlon laclc Snowden Roller! Cooli Chuelc lVlCCrearv Rucly Kalvevic Don Nvhile ivan Braund hlilce Geronimo Fred Funlchouser Don Toiera Richard Roman Dale Pmlaclchurn Brighlon Brighton Brighton Brighton Brighton Brighlon Brighton Brighton IO--- ----- 6 12--- ---- -v I IS-- ---- I3 20 Row '7 Javlc Roser Bill Carmany Jim lvlarlin .lim Sloth Ted Swagger Charles Cool: lack hloraclc l.awrenCe lvlogfnoni Allrecl hlorgan lienny Zelile Xvall Tomsic George Narvetle hlelvin Young Philip Bross Pele Slcacon my scri m mages. Nlicllanfl 0 lNIOIlEiCEl 0 Amhriclge 6 Rovhesier 0 Beaver 0 Rorhesler 0 hlicllancl 0 ixlonava I2 Row 3 Ray Siraile Paul Balilc Rohert Balflerson Dave Francona Boll Panner John Shimer Jim hlvoraw Tom Carter jlafli hl4'Nill Jim Nicholsen .lohn hlcl ,ane Bill Carmlosi Regis Allison Clark Vvallace .laclc lxlorarlc 'DOH FllI1lilI0lISf'l' cl in iis scheclu e o They also clesrew x Dick Anderson Xvalt Dwyer Rudy Fabyanic' Tony Ellis Ed JZXYQTS Cvarsity fgaskefbau f 4"4 A5 p 1 Lovelsfe Jim Berk Bi' iclmolson Bob Panuer G-XX Ben FOX 6' 4 wg o gfwffmuw rwxfgj, afzsity askefloau IQ 6-1947 The i046-47 season ol the New Brighton High School haslcethall team opened with six pre-league games. The learn started in a new section under direvlion ol their new roach, Nlelvin Nliller. Sinee most ol the hoys were perienced the team was a constant threat to their opponents of Section V. At forward posts were Rudy Fahyanic and Ed Ayers who proved valuahle on defense as well as the ottense. At the center position Dick Anderson held the ex- the the his own as well as being a Capable player under the haslcet. Walt Dwyer and Boh panner held Clown the guard posts and aided a great deal in scoring. As suh- stitutes ,Tony Ellis and Jim Berk displayed good hall playing. lvlanagers for varsity were .lim Steppe and Paul Grim. Vmzsirx' Scoiuzs New Brighton .-.. .............- .... A n 1hridge New Brighton ...... Butler New Brighton .... Aliquippa New Brighton ----. Sharon New' BI'ig'lll0n -,-. Anihridge New Brighton ,,-,, Sharon New Brighton --,, Nlonaca New Brighton .... Freedom New Brighton .... Ellwood New Brighton ..... Beaver Nexv Brighton ,,-Coraop0lis New Brighton Beaver Falls New Brighton ..... lxiidland New Brighton Beaver Falls New Brighton .... Rochester New Brighton .... Nlonaca New Brighton .... Freedom New Brighton ..... Beaver New Brighton ---Coraopolis New Brighton .... Nlidland New Brighton --- ...... ---Rochester the For the lirst time in sixteen years New Brighton succeeded in talcing top honors in their sectional contests. Thus as Section V Champs the squad traveled to Pitt Pavilion for the lirst play-oft and were defeated hy Ford City OJ-36. IO! FIVE BASKETEERS I0 , ff W 1 of ,. , 1 I lim Slvppv, Bill Sllivlcls, Dall- Blnrlil1ur11, Rulwrl Balclvrsun, Holm lxIlliNIl u url nn 11 x1 lion lun l0llxC'l' hut:-r. Row 2: Nlr. Ixlillvr, Bill Sylvvsif-r, .lim lXlrDonalcl, .lim Kilflllllilll, xsnnu lr xc I3 llls r uxun Mr, lxlnllr-r. l ese-'we 'A aslfeflnau Tlw rc-servo squml. ro11vl1ml lmy Ollie lxlollf-r. lmfl cl furx 1 lla s Nld 1 mc 1 XNIIIIIHIQS and cxpf-rifmcc. lilwy always gave lllf' spf'm'Ia1l0rx a Qooc gfunc .1111 proxvcl lo lme il IOIIQII lemn lo vonquvr. Also. ilu-' lemn was valualmlc in UINIIIQ lw vnrxlly squdc lls nor 0lll.U Tlw mmnlwrs ol ilu' learn sllow rnuny possilmililiex ne xnrsllv p mcrs Ill ilu lu ure dnagcrs lor lllc- rcservos Wert' .lim Sleppe and Bill lxewlcr 0 xlu t ll mc V can orwarcl lo now vnrsily n1f1lc-rinl from flw rvsvrvvs. NUXR NPN' NVXN' NPYK' NKWX Now Nr-w Nvw lxfifflllllll Ntwx NPN! NCXK' Nvwx' New Bflffllllbll NPV' N PNN Nr-W Briglllon N1-xv Hrigylnon Nvw lgfiglllllll Now Nm-w Brigflnun ........,.. --,-,,---,- Now BfiQlllUll ' RESIAQRYISS Scum-is .'XllllH"illHl' - Bull:-r .... Aliquippn - Sllllflill -- .. .Xl11l1rirlgc' - Slli'll'0lI --- x'l0l1klCH..-.. IA l"K'!'Il0lll -- lfllwnucl -- Bc-avvr -- - fioruopnlis Bc-avvr l'11ll lvlirllaml -- licavvr Fell Rorln-slvr- IN IOIlill'lI..-- ITITCKIUIII -- PHY? I' - - .. B Cornopolis lvlifllancl -- le0l'llI'Sll'Y'- II' I Row 2 iivlv Sixaron i.4-Roy fran toni ixir. iirant Ronaini lim-gil' Don iiarnvs Huis Lynn U4-urgfv Pmnyas Uavv i"ram'una iiilii Bmss fiiarvmw- iiaii ,lorry Kirixpatrimii fiimrivs Nix-fra-.irx Iilll liirriv Ray Sililllttl' .iarii Grim N'K'f2lll'l'll 't' .-.1. linrtor unior L ,ig 1 Qaslfeffmll Tire .iunior Higir tmasiwtimaii team was llliliit' up oi' iwoys from time svxvntil ami vigirtir gratis-s ami tin' irvsinnan class. For tiu' thirst time tiris group was untivr tiu' supervision oi liwir new foacir. irc Brant. Sinn- tilis vxpvrionve is often their first Conlaft witil ciirertvci imaii-playing. they are instructed in tiu- iumiamvntais of iRlSiif'ilJklii tcvimiques. During tim soason tiwy have cmnpeleci against otixer Junior High teams oi tiu' county and have lwvn unusually slrccessiui in their ganws. From tiris younger group time coaciurs took for resvrvv ami varsity materiai in time next in-w years. Nr-xv N P NN NCXY Now NPN NUXY Brighton ...., .... ...,.. l 5 Rm't1c-ster--- - ----30 iirigilton - ..... --- t0 Rlwilvstm' ..... -- --- ----33 iirigimtou .....w........ -- I6 Nionava .............. ---ll iSl'iQili0lt-- ..........- ...... I 8 Patterson 'iiownsirip--- --- --- I0 iirigirton ,.......... .......... 1 T Cionway ,......... - - ..., ---'22 Prriglimlon --------- ---20 Coiivgeiiiii--- ------ ---23 IO! glew Qvighton lumni today Ive finil many ol the Alumni of New Brighton High. School returned home from all parts of the world. Some have taken the opportunity of furthering their eclucalion by going to collegeg some have found johs. Some are still serving in the various hranches of the armecl forces. information concerning our Alumni has been ohtainecl from their relatives ancl friencls. VVQ regret that it is impossible to mention all the graciuates of Neiiv Brighton High School. MR. OLIVER J. lx"l0LTER has returned to the teaching staltl of New Brighton High School. He is also head coach Ol football. NIR. ROBERT GRANT, '32, has returned to teaching in the junior high. following his flis- charge from the Army Air Corps. LIEUTENANT CoLoNEL LLOYD CORKAN, lor- Iner principal ol New Brighton High School. is stationed in Tolcyo, Japan. He is teaching Jap- anese soldiers who have been clemohilizecl. at a university there. IRENE KIRCI-INER is teaching in the Beaver SCl'l00lS. LLOYD CORRAN. JR., will graduate from Vir- ginia lvlilitary lnstitute this year. His sister. Joy Ann, will gracluate lrom Nlaclison College. where she is majoring in Home Economics. NIARTHA HANIILTON is attending Carnegie Tech Library School. EMMY LOU GOLDSDIITH and EVELYN BER- GAN ol the Class of '44 are attending Geneva College. Emmy Lou is majoring in history, ancl Evelyn in mathematics. JOAN Coucn and BILL SCHXVARTZ are fresh- men al lncliana State Teachers, College. BOB BECK, '45, is working at the lwlanu- lacluring Company. Bolo plans to attend VV. and J. MARGERY IVIARTSOLF, 43. is planning to at- tencl the Yale School of Nursing alter she completes the term at Oberlin College. NANCY lVlARR. '46, is attending VVilson Col- lege. lVl0RRELL "SPIKE" DLVNCAN is attending VV. ancl J. College. JOHN CHOGICH. '46, is a fresh- man there. DOLORES SAYRE. 44, will graduate from Eclinhoro State Teachers' College in Flay. lVlARYLOU READER, 46, is a freshman there. DAVID XVATTS. '46, is employed hy the Townsend Company. JOHN ELLIS. '43, is stationed in Nuremberg. Germany. ED ERATH, BILL EDVVARDS. ancl lVlANcEL PATON. all of the Class ol '45, are attending Cveneva College. MARILYN SHAFFER, 46. is studying clramat- ics at Vvestern Reserve. lvlARY JANE STIRLING. 46, is in Nurses' Training at Sewiclcley Hospital. CPIARLENE PATON and lVlARY CATHERINE EDNVARDS of the Class ol '45 are laoth employed lay the Bell Telephone Company. PRIVATE LEWIS ZETTLE is stationecl in Yoko- hama, Japan, with the occupation forces. PAULINE CLYDE and ZELKO KRUZIC are lreshmen at Carnegie Tech. George Trent is talcing up chemical engineering and is also going to Carnegie Tech. ALBERT "LYLE" PELUSO. 45, is attending California State Teachers' College ancl expects to transfer to Penn State next semester. 1 HAROLD VOC-EL. 46. is attending Thiel Col- lege. CHARLES USPIDERH KENNEDY is attending Bucknell University. RALPH GAUDIO. '46, is stationed witlw time Navy in Naples, ltaly. DOROTHY ALLISON is majoring in music at lndiana State Teacliers' College. HOSPITAL APPRENTICE JIM BOWSER is sta- tioned at St. AllJan's Hospital in New Yorlc. GRAN IGBRUBH PANNER is attending the University ol Pittsburgh. following liis clis- cliarge lrom the Navy Air Corps. Oran plans lo enter tlie Pitt Law Sclwol in Feloruarv. HARRX' KLITZ, '44, is employed lay tlie lng- Ricli Company. PATRICIA lVlowRY. '46, is studying art at tlie Art lnstitute in Pittslmurgli. Jlbl CHAIN, 44, is attending Grove City College. STEVE PONTIER. '46, is on a carrier. sta- tioned at Norlollc. Virginia. GERALDINE HUNINIEL, '44, is employed lay llIe Townsend Company. DONALD RHODES. '42, is attending Rolaert lVlorris Sctlool ol Business. following liis dis- cliarge lrom tl1e Army. GEORGE ROARK. JR., '44, is studying medi- cine at tlie University ol: Pittslnurglw. EX'ELYN REIDEL is attending Geneva Col- lege. lN'lABEL BEITSCH is also a freslmman ttiere. CHARLES "BUD" XNIEBER is in tlme Navy and stationed in Culua. PAUL FUNKHOLTSER. '45, is stationed near Franlclurt. Germany. SEAMAN IST CLASS JACK ROSER is stationed witli tlie Navy Air Corps at Vvliitling Field. Florida. BETTY BAUM, '46, is attending Alleglmeny College. JOE KOLTER, '44, is attending Geneva Col- lege. lVlARY NOVOSEL is worlcing at tlie Strayer Coin Bag Company. SEAMAN lsT CLASS DICK lN"lCGINNlS is at- tending Electronic Sclwol at Great Lalces Naval Training Scliool. HARRY SCHEFFLER is employed lay tlie Town- send Company. Harry plans to attend lVlianIi College. I CHARLES CLAPIE is witlm tlie Army in Cver- many. His lwrotlxer. Albert. is also stationed in Germany. JANET C:EPHARDT, '44, is a sopliomore at Carnegie Teclm. Her lmrotller. Bill. is a lresl1- man at Kislci Prep Scliool. STUART CALHOLTN. '45, is a Loran technician witli tlie Coast Guard. He is stationed on Talampulan, an island in tlie Pliilippines. JOHN XVILSON. '45, is also stationed in tlie Pllilip- pines. .l0E TRITSCHLER ancl GAYNELLE BAILEY are attending Geneva College and talcing tht? pre- mecl course. NORMA IDOWNEY. '46, lias entered Nurses' Training at tlie Beaver Valley General Hos- pital. EDGAR SHIELDS. '46, is attending St. Vin- centls College. ALICE JEAN ANDERSON is teaclming music at lVlaria College in Maria. Kentuclcy. lVlILDRED KRKUC. '45, is employed in tlie Accounting Olliice ol tlie Townsend Company. DAVID HPEACHESH LECKER, '46, is stationed at Cl1anute Field, lllinois. He expects to go to Alaslca. RAY HODGE is stationed in Culna witli tlwe Navy. NORLIA FUNKHOUSER is employed as a sec- retary in the government oillices in Vvaslming- ton, D. C. SEAMAN QND CLASS KEITH CARR is in a Navy personnel Office in Vvaslftington. D. C. cfqlawzum Calendafz fofz IQ 6-1Q4f7 Slil'I'EMliER 5. The lirst day ot school was initiation lor the hewildererl ones lrom the shell. 11. in chapel Nliss Templeton led us in singing our Alma Nlater and some spirituals. The questioning loolis are fading lmm Ireshmen I-aces. ' 6. Today in chapel lvlr. Bishop. the hurgess ot the town, and Sam Kennedy. chief ot police. spolre on satety in driving an automohile. The seventh and eighth grades were present. 0. Today begins the weelc tor senior pictures. which are hr-ing talcen at the Graule Studio. Beaver Falls. I0. The Alaurum Stall elected try the taculty. met with lxliss Couch in room 4 at 4:00 P. lvl. II. From the chapel platform Wir. Taylor react the names ot the Crimson and Gold Stall and also the Alaurum Stall. I2. Today the hand practiced marching, and the cheer leaders went over some ot the cheers tor the pep meeting and the twig game. I3. A pep meeting was held in chapel today hecause ot our lirst hig game ot the season with Monaco tonight at our lield. New lights were installed and proved very eltiective. Student director ol the hand was Tay- lor. A slcit was also presented in connection with the G. A. A. meeting tonight at seven-thirty in the gym. Senior rings are in so he sure and get yours today at Gestrictfs. Ring stands tor I2 years ot struggle find toil. Pep meeting in chapel this morning tor the game with Trinity. We heat Trinity I4-t2. A very interesting show was presented in the nucli- torium at three oicloclt. It was Mlihc Nlelody Trio," a line group ot singers. Alaurums went on sale today. and theyire going like hot caltes. A very amusing sliit was presented hy the Alnurum Stall in chapel today. Report Cards todayl A pep meeting was held this morning lor the Beaver game. Following the senior literary we were dismissed early to' attend the game in Beaver. Vve lost the game 7-6. A very interesting Arhor Day program was presented hy the Lihrary Club in chapel. We had a pep meeting this morning sponsored hy the Alaurum Stat-li. Homecoming Queen, David Fields. was crowned today midst luxurious surroundings. Vve won hy a score ol' 28-6. This morning at eleven o'clorlc we heard Nlrs. Hunter lrom the Federation ol VVomen's game. and Nlr. lvlolter spoke to us. A great victory resulted lor us in which we defeated Monaca 20-7. An important Alaurum meeting tonight. tour o'cloclc, in room 4. All girls interested in G. A. A. met in chapel this morning. Watch how you cross the streetl No .lay Vvalliingl The frenzied cry ot the patrol as they toolc their stations this morning. Sophomore, junior, and senior girls interested in join- ing the G. R. met in chapel this rnoming to hear main points ot the cluh. A very interesting program on malcing pottery was presented this rnoming in a school entertainment. K Beat Amhridgel The hig game has finally dawned. A pep meeting in chapel to get us in the spirit. How- ever, Amhridge proved too much tor us and won a victory ol I4'0. Teachers, meeting tonight at tour oiclocli. XIVOHCICF what's up? Fleeting in chapel ot those interested in joining the Science Cluh. Name cardsl Have you ordered yet? The Stand Committee will have charge ot' this. Beat Rochester! Vve hopel A snappy pep meeting in chapel this moming got the student hotly in good torm lor the game. Guess the victory for us wasnit in the cards hr-cause Rochester heat us 7-0. G. R. held their tirst meeting ot' the year which was climaxed hy a camival in the gym. All had tun. OCTOBIZR G. A. A. meeting in the gym at tour o'cloclc. Smile lor the manl Pictures tor the Alaurum are heing talcen this atternoon. Beat Stowel Vvell. helieve it or not, we did. Score was 7-0. A very interesting chapel program was planned this morning. Reverend Scripture gave a very timely tallc. nnrl two missionaries entertai-ned us with some hymns. Cluhs. She delivered a very timely tallr. '25, No school hecause ot Teachers' institute. 20. Special assemlmly to hear Norman student and teacher ot N. B. H. S. NOVEMBER A I. Junior literary at 2:30 oiclocli in the 5. Girl Reserve meeting this evening the auditorium. 6. New hand director. Mr. Davis. was school this moming in chapel. 7. Sophomore literary in auditorium this 8. The hig pep meeting sponsored hy H Falls game was held at two oicloclt Xve heat Beaver Falls hy a victory II. Armistice Day. No school. IZ. School was clismissecl twecaues ol our ver Falls. Wcrhster. former auditorium. at seven-thirty in introduced to the a lternoon . i-Y tor the Beaver in the auditorium. ot I5-0. victory with Bea- I4. Foothall hanquet at the Y. M. C. A. enjoyed hy all. IS. Preparations are being made tor the Senior Class Play which will he held Friday. 20. Preview ot the class play in chapel this morning. The theme was "Casey at the Bat." 22. Senior Class Play. 'A Credit to the Family." was held in the auditorium at 8:I5 o'clocli. Friday evening. 25. A very amusing shit was presented in chapel this morn- ing conceming the crowning ol the tootlmall queen. 26. Nlarie Hunt was crow-ned tootlmall queen this evening at a cleverly appointed ceremony in the gym. Vvalt Dwyer was crowned icing. 21. An all school literary was held this alternoon at one oiclocli sponsored hy the Puhlic Spealcing Classes. Alter the program school was dismissed lor Thnnlisgiving vacation. -t s i i l w i 5 P V DECtiMl5l5R 2. Reverend Asllton delivered a very interesting sermon in cllapel tl1is moming. 5. A stirring film was presented tllis morning in CllillX'l eoneerning scenic wonders ol' Ameriea. Our ilasitetllall team lost tile game to Alllllririge. 5. Old Tynle ixlillstrel was lleld tile 5lll. tltll. and Till lay tile Boosters. 6. Stand Committee lleld a dance ill tile gynl tltiS evening. 10. Several Alaurum pictures were talsen tllis morning to complete tile llooli. 12. A lmnquet was lleld at N1eDanel's Hall at noon today lor tlle iootimall and llaslcetloall squads. tile lland, elleer- leaders, and faculty. rllle guest spealier was Rosey Rowswell. 14. Brigllton played Aliquippn and lost tile game 44-25. Botll teanls played a good game. 17. Brigllton went to Sllaron tonigllt and lost tile game -15-39. Vve played a good game llut it seems lueli wasn't in our tavor. 18. Tielcets go on sale today tor tile Cllristmas Formal. 20. At one o'eloelc tllis atternoon all all scllool Clll'iStHlBS literary sponsored lily till' junior and senior classes was tlelcl in time auditorium. Atter tile program tllc seilool was dismissed lor tilt' L5lll'iSlIttHS vacation. 23. 'lille Cllristnlas Formal was llelrl tllis evening in tllc Dawes Gymnasium. Congratulations to tile Girl Re- serves. I AN U A RY 2. Sellool reopened today alter Cilristnlas vacation. Review ilegins tor tile semester exams. 3. Our team goes to itlonaea tllis evening to play. Score, 36-54, in lavor ol lvlonara. 7. Vve played Free-dolll lllis evening and woli ily a score ol 25-2-t. 8. Mr. Nevin. a scilool entertainer, presented llis trielis ol nlagic-lla. ilal 11. Basin-tilall game witll Ellwood City. I-1. Our llaslcetllall game witll Beaver proved successl-ul witil a seore ot 35-26. 16-17. Semester examinations. Two days oi sweat and toil! A elafnee in tile gym topped oli Friday evening. 21. Brigllton vs. Beaver Falls ill tlleir gym, Vve lost- 49-31. 22. Semester enclecl today. Beware! Reports will l'le going out soon. 23. Dr. Garwod .a representative from Duftis Business SCll00l, spoke to tile seniors on llusiness courses open to tllem. 'New semester lwegan. 24. Sopilomore Literary . . . tlley even llacl a play . . . congratulations to ixliss Tritselller and lwer S0pll0tll0l'CS. . Vve played Nlidland and lost 37-55. 27. Meeting of tile Photography Club. 28. Big game witll Beaver Falls . . . we won. we won, we won . . . 52-40. Tile reserves won. too. 20. Bilxle study started today at tile Lutileran Cllurell lor Protestants and nt lite Catllolic CllllNfll0S. 30. Antrilll Bureau presented a program-ten rents-a play, Arlvltl'Sf' kTllE'tI1El'D2 'liinlesf' Girl Reserve rover:-ci-disll dinner at tile Y. Ni. C. A. 51. I:l'CSllIlllill Literary. Il0l'll0Sll'l' vs. New BfiQllt0ll on our floor ttlis evening. State Polire presented n pro- gram in ellzlpel tllis morning. FEBRUARY 3. Sixtil montll of scllool llas linally rolled arouncl. .lust tllinlc-tive more nlontlls ot St'lt00ll 4. Baslcetlvall witll Ml7ll4iCR at lt0lIlP. 11. Open elate lor a liaslietloall game. 12. Lineoln's lmirtllday. 1-1. Valentine's Day--and did you get prielied witll ian arrow? Home game witil Beaver. Senior literary ill tllc afternoon. I8. Coraopolis away. ll. Antrinl Bureau presented anotller ten eent Sll0W tllis allemoon. Everyone tllinlfcs ills tlleir duty to leave classes and teacllers to enjoy tllese programs. 25. Roellester vs. New Brigllton a second time. 28. Tile Junior Class Play was a llllgl' success and tile auditorium was filled to eapaeity. YlwlIElltliS to lxlrs. .lollnson and ller exrellent east. MARCH 5. Hold on to your llats and reports! Tile lion llas arrived on tllis lirst scilooi day ot ixlareil. 5. Fourtll report period ended today. 10. Everyone enjoyed tile Antrim Bureau slcit tllis monling. 21. Tile Annual Spring Concert was ileld ill llll' lligll scllool auditorium tllis evening, Tile program proved to lle very entertaining. Tllanlcs to ivliss Templeton and tile ellorai groups. Congratulations to Nlr. Davis and tile lliillli. 26. Antrim Bureau program given at eleven o'elocli. APRIL 1. Spring llas sprungl April Fool. 4-7. Spring . . . Easter Vacation. Ready for tile Easter Parade? 11. SOPIIOIIIOTC Evening oi Plays in tile auditorium. Con- gratulations to tile directors and tile sopllomores. 18. Filtll report period ended today. Last ot tlle Antrilll Bureau programs was given today! y MAY 1. Happy iX'1ay Day to all. Vvarm, isn't it? 8. Examinations . . . Aren't you tirecl from cranlnling? 0. Examinations. Senior Class Play presented in tile auditorium under tile clireetion ol Nliss CDUCII. 15. Arc you going to the Junior-Senior Prom? I6. .iunior-Senior Prom was llelci in tile gym and proved to be one ol' time most successful tormal events ot tlle year. 23. Class Nigllt was llelcl in tlle auditorium and till? Class Will was read along witll otller rontriilutions from tile yearlwoolx. 25. Bacealaureate Services were llelrl ill tlle auditorium lor tile Senior Class. 27. Seniors macle nlerry at tlleir sellior llanquet. Tllanlis to Nliss Grorott and tll0S0 VVlt0 llelped. 20. 'lille llappy and llt0lll0I'HlJl0 slay llas liinally arriveal lor tile Seniors. Conlmenrement Niglltl 10. Oli. Happy Day! Sellool ended tmlny. 1 z 1 1 J t 1 . ly - k ii- Qqcknowfeclgments The Aiaurum Staff wishes to express their appreciation to tiIe I.0HOXVillQI Nilss CTARTER. for editing liIe seniors' write-u Is I CERAULE STUDIOS. for their patience in taking our pictures T1-Ir: NCJRTI1 ERN ENGRAVINO AND ELECTROTYPE CZOMPANY. for their cooperation Tim N'iIIEI.I-IiR ART COVER AND BINDING COMPANY. for our cover Mas. JOSEPH BIQTZ, for imer imeip in creating "Cece Gee" PIQRIBUNE PRINTING COB'lPANX' nnci all tiiose who have given of their time and talents to make this pulIiiCaliOn possiimie. H2 'Y Y I l P r I -Q . 1 x Yi '11 3 x six V Rx .xx I ? 1 ,Jr 9 is 5 3.535


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