New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA)

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PUBLISHED BY JANUARY CLASS OF 1932 Vol. 20 No. 1 CU 52 2 E 'IT E WM MM an-asm,lPemrmmfuwrmnmm UE Great high stacks towering up into the blue of the sky, emitting great Volumes of pungent, murky smoke, white-hot steel and red-hot furnacesg strifling breath-taking heat, the over- powering odor of melting ores, enor- mous, powerful men, with huge, sinewy muscles rippling under red- dened, scorched flesh, sweating bod- ies clofshed in drenched clothesg strong, heavy shoes soled with thick woody straining, fatiguing manual labor, this is the heart of New Castle! As the mill is the moulder of steel, The school is the sculptor of youthg Inspiring his actions with zeal, Infusing ambition and truth. ADMINISTRATIGN DR, C. C. GREEN Superintendent of Schools MR. F. L. ORTH Principal of Senior High Miss Birchard Mr. Butler Mr. Copson Mr. Brvidenbaugh Miss 'Calvin Miss Dinsmore Mrs. Brinkerhoff Mr. Cfasillo Mdss Edmunds Miss Brownstein Miss Colucci M-iss Elliott 8 Miss Miss Miss Miss English Gailey Gfalbraith Good K if Mliss Griffiths Miss Johnston Mr. Klee Miiss Lord Miss Harbsuff Miss Jones Mr, Lehto Mr. Margraf Mrs. Healy Miss Kelley Mr. Lingerman Miss Marshall Miss Jienkins Mr. Kelley Miss Long Miss Martin 9 M Miss Maxwell Miss MCCI-aren Miss Miller Miss Mcflonaghy Mr. Miller Mrs. McCune Mr. Mills Miss MicG-oun 10 Mr. McKee Mr. McKenzie Mr. Nielson Miss Ofterdingver Miss Parker Mr. Replogle Miss Rrhodes Miss Riddle E Miss Riffer Miss Rogers Mr. Sheaifer Miss Smith X Miss Stevenson Mr, Wallace Miss W'hIl!tf6' Miss Taylor Mr. Wfeide Miss Williams Mr. Thomas Miss Weinschenk Miss Young Miss Van Divort Miss Westlake 11 STEEL Smoke clouds pouring thickly out Of the tall stack's rounded spout Red-hot ore and White-hot steel- Living metal that can feel The heat. Sweating men, whose bodies a-che, Straining muscles 'till they breakg Toiling hard With steadfast will In the scorching iron mill For meat. 1- . Men Who make our town live on When other cities' fame is goneg Men who Work all day and night, Men who only live to fight Defeat. -BERYLE CAMERON. 1 3 l . 7 EMO As the hand of the pilot guides his craft safely through the choppy, raging billows of the deep to port, so the dominant personality, and sympathetic understanding' of our supervisor has steered us Without mishap through the three years of our voyage through high school to our goal, therefore, with sincere thanks and deepest appreciation, we, the Class of '32, do hereby dedicate this book to our f1'iend, Mins illiarg iKiifvr JAMES J. STEVENSON Cla'ss President 110-11-1255 Hi-Y 1115, President 1125g Varswity Track M a n ia g e r 1125 g Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125. WALTER PRESTON Vice President 1125 5 Student Re-presentaltive 110- ' 11-125 3 Class Football 1115. MARTHA RANDLES Class Secretary 111-125.5 Glirl Reserves 1115, Presi- dent 1125 3 Annual Staf Associate Eldi- tor 11255 Student Council 1125. MAC LESLIE Class Treasurer 110-11-1255 Business Manager NeJCa-Hi 11253 Perfect Attendance 110- 115 g Student Raepresentastive 110- 11-125, sec. 1115. FRANK BALDWIN Ne-Ca-Hi Editor 1125, Student Councril 111-125, Treas, and V'ice Pres. Senatus' Romanus 110-1 1-1 2, Cum Laude 3 Salutatorian. 15 CHARLES M. KAY Ne-Ca-Hi Staff Ad, Mgr. Valediicwtoniang Student Council 1105, Vice President 1115, Presi- dent 1125. Senatus Romanus 110-115, Consul Secun-dus 1115. DOROTHY YOUNG Ne-Ca-Hti Circulation Mgr. g Student Council 110-11-1255 Seinatus Romanus 110-11- 125 Z Class Basketball 110-11-125. ABE VAGO Ne--Ca-Hi Art Editor, Student Representative 111- 1.25 3 Class Football 1105 g MARY BARLET Typewriting Awards' 11 0- 1159 Shorthand Awards 110-115, Oommercial Club 11053 Student Secretary 1115. HELEN BARR Student Council 11255 Three C Clu'b 1125, Class Basketball 111-125. Gvirl Reserves' Cabinet 1125 5 MARIE BAUDER Three- 'C Club H255 Glee ,Club Q11-12jg Girl Reserves 110-115. GEORGE S. BAUMAN Squad Leader Three C Clubg Hall Monitor C10-111. JOSEPHINE BIEDKA French Clubg Q Perfect Atltendance Q10-115 5 Assistant Squad L e a d er fllj . FOSTER BLANNING S t u d en rt Representative ill? 5 Squad Leader 1125. DOROTHY BLIM Annual Staffg Class Basketball H213 Studenlt Representative 111 g Senatus Romanus f12J. 16 Q10- TONY BONDI HELEN BOOK Senior Orchestra Q10-115 5 Perfect Attendance! Q11-125 3 Erie-New Castle Contest Q10-115 3 fGirl Reserves f 1 1-12j. FRANK BOWES Three C Club C1233 Squad Leader 1121. RUTH BRENNEMAN Girl Reserves C10J, Cabinet Q11-1259 Dramatic Club f12D. OLIVER BROWN Ne-Ca-Hi Staff. Senatus Romanus f12J. ALEX BSHERO BERYLE CAMERON Ne-Ca-Hi StaHf5 French Club 11155 Dramatic Club 11255 Girl Reserves 1105, Cabinet 111-125. MARTHA CHAIN Three C Club 11255 G-irl Reserves 110--11-12155 Gym Exhibition 1125. ANNA BELLE CHEROL Student Secretaryg Typeing' Awardsg Shorthand Awards. MARY CHRISTMAN Student Council 11055 Class Basketball 11155 Girl Reserves 110-1155 Home Economics Club Pres- ident 1115. 17 FRANCES COLALUCA Commercial Club 1125 5 Shorthand Award 11155 Typeing Award 1105 5 Student Secretary 1125. TONY COOPER HELEN COTTON Three C Club 11255 Girl R-e-serves 11255 Gym Exhibition 1125. JACKSON CRAIG JOHN CROOKS Q Student Representative. NICK CUBELLIS SARA CUKERBAUM Annual Staff 5 S 't u d e n t Representative 1105 s Girl Reserves 111-1255 Gym Exhibition 1125. PAUL CUTLER Band 110-1155 Hfi-Y 110-1153 Three C 'Club 1125g W. P. I. M. A. 1110-115. EVANGELINE DUNKERLY HARRY DUTE Student Reipreserutaitiive 110- 1 115: Squad Leader 11 1-125. DOROTHY EVANS Three C Club 1125. ROBERT A. EMERY Death Takes a Holiday 1125 Class Basketball 111-1255 Class Football 111-125. LYDIA FARMER Annual Staffg Type Award 1115g Student Secretary 1115g Girl Reserves 1105. FRANK FARONE Bland 110-1255 Olil City Contest 11253 Squad Leader 1125g Perfect Attendance 1125. ANNE FELL Annual Staffg Three C Club 1125 9 Girl Reserves 110-115. 18 ROSE FLORIDA Ne-Ca-Hi Art Staff. JOHN FLOYD Three C Club 11255 Squad Leader 1125g Class Football 110-11-1 WILLIAM Fox Three C Club 1125. ELLIOT FRANCIS OLIVE FRYE 19 NANCY V. FUSCO French Pageant 11255 Madame Est Sortie 1125 JAMES GALLAGHER Band Managerg Commercial Club 1105. HAROLD GILLESPIE Band 110-1155 Orchestra 110-1155 W. P. I. M. A. 110-1153 Squad Leader 1115. GEORGE GLASS HERMAN GREEN Annual Staffg Jerry 11255 Squad Leader 111-125. LOUIS GREENBERG Ne-Ca-Hi Art Staffg Varsity Football 1115 3 Varsity Track 111-1259 Three C Club 1125. JOHN GREGOR Class Footiball 111-1259 Class Basketball 11253 Squad Leader 1125. VIRGINIA HARRIS Home Economics Club 111- 125, President 1105 3 Gym Exhibition 1125. GEORGE HAWK Dramatic Club 1125 3 Death Takes a Holiday 1125 g Class Football 1115. WILLIAM HAZEN Class Secretary 1105g The Mad Honeymoon 11155 The Nu:t Farm 11155 Three C Club President 1125. CLEMENT HEASLEY Track 111-1255 Thre-e C Club 1125. BONEITA HENRY Chorus 11255 Glee Club 11155 Gym Exhibition 11253 Three C Club 1125. JAMES HILL Model Assemibly of League of Nations. HELEN HOWLEY WILLIAM HOYE 20 HELEN HROMYAK Commercial Club 11155 Secretarial Awards 1115 5 Typing Award 11055 Sltudent Secretary 11 15 . MERIDA HUTCHISON WILLIAM HYDE Ne-Ca-Hi Annural Staffg Hli-Y 111-1255 Perfect Attendance 11155 Honor Roll 1125. CLARA ISOLDA Slhorthand Awardls 1115 5 Type Awards 11055 Commercial Club 1115 5 Svbudenit Secretary 1115. IRENE JINKS May Day 11055 S t u d e n t Representative 1105. 21 MARION JOHNSON Commercial Club 11155 Class Basketball 11155 Three C Club 11255 Girl Reserves 1105. WILLIAM JORDAN WILLIAM KAZENSKI Slenastus Romanus 111-125 Varsity Football 111-1255 Class Basketball 111-125 5 Class Track 1125. LUCILLE KISON Dramatic Club 11255 Three C Club 11255 Girl Re-serves 111-125 5 Gym Exhibfition 1125, ANDREW KLEAM Class Track 1125 5 Vansaity Track 11 1-1 25 5 Perfect Alt1161'1d'3I1iC8 11 15. JOSEPH KNORR IDA LEVIN Girl Reserves 110-1113 Three C Club 11213 Gym Exhibition 1121. ROLAND LEVINE Three C Club 1121. SYLVIA LEVINE Commercial Club 11215 Threle C Club 11213 Class Blaskfetball 11113 Glirl Reserves 110-111. MARION LOCKHART S t u d e n t Representative 1101: Three C Club 1121g Girl Reserves 1121g Gym EXhib1i'l1ion 1121. CLAUDE LOGAN ELIZABETH LOUER S t u d e n 't Representative 1101 5 Life Saving 1121 5 Geirl Reserves 110-111, Cab- inet 1121 5 Senatus Romanus 110-1 1- 121. STEWART LOVERIDGE Three C Club 11213 Perfect Attendance 111-121 5 Class Football 1121. VERCETUS MANO'S Class Basketball 11219 Class Football 11215 Track 1111. FLORENCE MARIANI Squad Leader 110-11-121g Three C Clutb 1121. 22 ADA MARKOWITZ JAMES MIKE Girl Re-serves 1101. Varsity Football 110-11-1215 ELEANOR MASTREN Shorthand Awards 111-1'2 Type-ing Awards 1101g Student Secretary 111-12 Commercial Club 1101, THELMA MERRILEES Annual Stafg Perfect Amttendance 11115 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 3 Gym Exhibition 1121. TONY MICCO Three C Club 11215 Glee Clu'b 11215 Autumn Revue 11215 Class Basketball 1111. ANDREW MIKE 23 1 1 DOROTHY MOORE Death 'Ilakes a Holiday 1121 5 Senatus Romainus 110-11- Three C Club 1121 g Class Basketball 110-111. JANE MOORE Class Basketball 1111 5 Squad Leader 110-11-1217 Girl Reserves. 11213 Ne-Ca-Hi Advertising Staff MAFALDA MORGANTI Three C Club 11219 Glee Club 111-1213 Chorus 11213 Orchestra 110-111. GERALD MORRIS LILLIAN MORRIS Basketball Varsity 11 0 5 , Class 11255 Squad Leader 110-11-125 5 Gym Exlribigtion 11257 Three C Clu'b 1125. LAIRD MYERS Hi-Y. Hi-Y Play 11253 Three' C Club 1125. JOSEPHINE McGOUN StudenJt Representative 110 11-125 5 Death Takes a Holiday 1125 Class Basketball 1105, Cap tain 1115 3 Squad L-eader 110-11-125. EDYTHE McKEE Perfeclt Attendance 110-1 1- 123 5 Dramatic Club 1125 5 Gym Exhibition 1125 . JAMES McKEE Cl-ass Frooltball 111-1259 Senatus Romanus 110-11- 125 g Cum Laude 1105, Magna Cum Laude 111-1255 Class Basketball 1125. AGNES McLAUGHLIN Girl Reserves 110'-1155 Three C Club 1125, WILLIAM OFFUTT Varsity Football Manager 1125: Tihree C Club 11255 Hi-Y Club 110-11-1253 Perfect Attendance 1115. MANUEL OTHITES Class Football 111-1253 Class Basketball 11255 Perfect Attendance 1105. JOHN PAGLEY S t u d e n t Representative 1105. JEAN PARKER Sen-atus Romanus 110-11- 1253 Girl Reserves 110-11-1259 Chorus 110-11-1255 Daughrters of 1812 Prize 1125. 24 A MELVINA PORFILIO Perfect Attendance 110-115 Gfirl Reserves 11055 Gym Exhibition 1125 3 Three C Club 1125. ELIZABETH PORTER Class Basketball 11253 Girl Reserves 1125g Three C Club 11253 Gym Exlnibiltion 1125. WILLIAM POWELL Band 111-1253 Squad Leader 1125g Three CN Club 1125. HERBERT RODGERS Three C Club 1125. EMIL ROGERS Class Basketball 11153 Three C Club 11253 Squad Leader 1115. 25 SAM ROSENBERG Class Basketball 111-1255 Class Football 1115g Orchestra 110-11-1255 W. P, I. M. A 110-115. EDWARD RUMBAUGH Annual Staff Varsity Basketball Manager 1125: Class Basketballg Hi-Y 110-115, Vice Presi- dent 1125. KATHRYN RUSSLER Squad Lead-er 110-11-1253 Glee Club 110-11-1255 W. P. I. M. A. 1105g Life Saving 1125. SAM SAUL S t u d e n t Representative 1105 9 Senatus Romanus 110-1153 Class Football 11253 Track 110-11-125. WILHEMINA SCHENKER Pe-rfe-ct Attendance 110-11- 125. JAMES SI-IAFFER Varsibty Baskeitball 111-1213 'S t u d e n t Representative 1101 S Squad Leladler 1101 Class Football 1111. HELEN SHEAFFER Annual Staff 1121 Three C Club 1121g .Squad Leader 11215 Girl Reserve Cabtinet 1121. LILLIAN SHELLENBERGER L EDYTHE SHERBINE Three JC Club 11215 Glee Club 11215 Dramatic Club 11215 Life Saving 1121. JAMES SHIRA JEMIMA SCHULER Youngstown High School 11 0-1 11. JULIA SIDLEY Thrlelef C Club 11215 Orchestra 110-11-1215 Once in a Blue Mfoon 11013 Girl Reserves 110-111. GEORGE SIGLER Class' Basketball 1111 3 Class Football 1121. SAM SIGLER Class Basketball 11115 Class Football 1121. ALICE SIMPSON Tlhree C Club 11213 Class Basketball 111-121. 26 FRED SIYUFY Perfect Attendance 1101. CAMILLA SMITH The Nautical Knort 1111 5 Auitumn Revue 1121 9 Vergiilium Oraztortical Con- test 11115 Chorus 111-121. RUTH SPACE Class Basketball 110-1215 Three C Club 11215 Commercial Club 1101. JEN ADEL STEVENSON S t u d le n t Representative 1101 s Class Baskeztball 110-11-121 5 Annual' Staifg Squad Lefader 111-121. HUGH STEWART Senatus Romwanusg Three C Club 1121. 27 NORMAN STROEBEL HELEN TARDELLI Shorthand Awardsg Typing Awardsg Student Selcre-tary, DON TATE Bland 110-11-1215 Glee Club 111-1215 W. P. I. M. A. 110-111. DOROTHY TITUS Girl Reserves 11213 Life Saving 11215 Three C Club 11215 Dramatic Club 1121. SMITH TUCKER JULIAN TURK ROBERT WALLACE Student Representative 110- Class Basketball 110-11-1215 1113 Dramaitic Club 11215 Death Takes a Holiday 1121. LEROY TURK Varsity Football 111-1215 Class Blasketball 110-11-12 LUCILLE TURK Girl Reserves 1121. DOROTHY USSELTON Gdrl Reserves 110-11-1215 Class Basketball 11015 Glee Club 110-11-121g Knautical Knot 1121. MARY ALF ORD Class Fooatball 1121 5 Squad Leader 1121, JACK WARD Basketball Mgr. 111-1215 Athletic Council 111-1215 Three C Club 1121. EDNA WHITE Wampum High School 110- 1 11 g Gyzm Exhibiition 1121 . RUTH WILLIAMS Gwirl Reserves 110--11-1215 Home Economics Club 111- 12. CEORGE WINTER Varsity Basketball 110-11- 121 3 S t u d e n fr, Representative 1101 s Class Vice President 1111 5 Jerry 1111. 28 ADELE WOLFE Girl Reserves 1101. WILLIAM WOODWORTH Three C Club 11215 Squadi Leader 11213 Class Football 1121g Perfect Arttendance 110-111. VELMA WRIGHT Senatus Romvanus 11015 Three C Club 11213 Perfect Attendance 1111. PAUL WYGONOWSKI ROBERT YOUNG Also Graduating JAMES COOPER MARY AGNES HOWLEY 4NO'RMAN JOSEPH SENIOR A HONOR ROLL FOR THREE YEAR COURSE CHARLES KAY FRANK BALDWIN DOROTHY YOUNG GERALD MORRIS JAMES McKEE MAC LESLIE ELIZABETH LOUER JAMES STEVENSON BERYLE CAMERON 29 SENIOR B CLASS 30 THE SENIOR B CLASS Just as the entrance into high school is a strange event, and just as the change from Sophomores to Juniors is an important event, so is the vicissitude from Juniors to Seniors a climaxing event in one's high school career. From the time one enters high school, one sets as his goal the advent to the Senior rank and finally graduation. We, the present June Class of '32, have successfully passed through all these preliminary stages and are now entering upon our final semes- ter in this high school. We are well fortified to take up the reins which former classes have abandoned. We have the necessary experience gained in our Sophomore and Junior years, we have a capable super- visor and dependable officers to lead .usg we have stored up a wide range of knowledge concerning the ways and means of the schoolg we have the precedent of the former classes, and finally, we have the determination to uphold the honor of our class and the honor of the school. It will be a diiicult task to uphold the reputation of our class, both scholastically and athletically. We are represented in many of the organizations of the school, such as the Hi-Y, the Girl Reserves, the Senatus Romanus, and the Dramatic Club. One cannot mention the honor roll without fthinking of the Senior B Class. Mr. Bridenbaugh w'ith his assistants is probably thanking his lucky stars that the Class of '32 was created, for what would he have done had not our class furnished awbout four players for the varsity football team, not to men- tion the numerous substitutes, and goodness knows where the basket- ball team would finish if our all-W. P. I. A. L. guard were-injured? Both the Senior B teams are feared by their opponents in the intramural sports. ' Q By the time this annual has appeared, we shall have taken our first important stride socially. The farewell party given to the Senior A Class by the Senior B Class will have taken place. We have every 'hope that it will be a success. Now we have passed the crisis of our high school career. What has been done cannot be amended. It has been done through the de- termined efforts of our supervisor, our officers, and our mem-bers. There may be sorrow at our leaving, there may be gladnessg but, may we always remember our Alma Mater and the joy that it has given us. -PERRY REEHER. OFFICERS President ------ Robert Ailey Vice President - - Perry Reeher Secretary - - - Amil Lelenko Treasurer - - - David Long Supervisor - - Miss Edith Birchard - 31 THE STEEL WORKER Huge, powerful, hardy, A Worker in every field, A builder of future, An idealistg The hub of civilization. He is a man of steel-: Nerves of steel, Muscles of steel, Ide-as of steel, Dreams of steel, The moulder of steel, The designer in steel. His Work is everywhere-: In the air, On the surface, Under the surface, Beneath the Waves. He binds the World with tenafcles of steel Making strangers neighbors. E He sends steel into air, land and Water, Making the ignorant Wise. He makes- steel Work, Making the poor rich. He shapes steel to protect, Making the weak strong. -VERCETUS MANOS. l 32 T .HUM THOUGHTS GF STEEL A hot, acrid, terrifying mass, A molten, crafty, iblazing pool, Yet this is the metal that man insists Is simply to him another tool. A masterpiece by a master craftsman That finished piece from which lights no W That cold, shimmering, glistening metal Is not to me a tool, but a Work of art. WILLIAM HYD 34 E. dart JUNIOR A CLASS 35 4. .af--ff A-25 3?-ff W N' , ss 1 w w: 4232: ' mf' M 1 4g ,, 'L -sv. 1lQ',,1'i HH ,QNX H391 55 3, w , ni. 3.1 , 'ivu Q15 ,V 'LEW' f Aa ' ' , ' QW L . L ,fd f, h , , 75, A. -',gi1i'1,. '.' 5 fm- . 1.-fm P1-, f 4: fi ' LQ' wr Ffi"lFf'h fx 353 ' W2 .-ral'-1-Qs, ' , L ,,., , iivwa-' ,Q V Wy- .5 -E,-mga.. 1 'v-nl .3 14523 .1.ffZ,'Eif -vi V W- Q .r1'5l.k.' : fir' Ms-, L :, .isrffia ' -11 S. I ga A -' .sf I, fam- me -1 f V ,i ,Q .L.,, .,-v , F 11 .F - 5-fi h La .X 1 1, , "9 4, 3 , ,, ,, . A 5 ff HW' x MM, . Em V-YQ., ff' - 333,553 L x.4. 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The seething iron in the caldron i Is converted to gleaming steel, And the phenomina ends in a shower of spark Like those from a grinding Wheel. -FRANK BALDWIN. l as i SOPHOMORE A CLASS 39 SOPHOMORE B CLASS 40 l NE-CA-HI STAFF LITERARY STAFF Martha Randles Beryle Cameron Dorothy Blim Jenadel Stevenson Helen Sheaffer Thelma Merrilees Sara Cukerbaum Lydia Farmer William Hyder Frank Baldwin ART STAFF Abe Vago Rose Florida Louis Greenberg 41 BUSINESS STAFF Mac Leslie Charles Kay Herman Gfreen Oliver Brown Dorothy Young Anna Fell William Woodworth Robert Park Jane Moore Edward Rumbaugh ADVISORS Miss Gailey Miss Taylor Miss Young Mr. Weide Armstrong, Robert Anderson, Don Back, Emery Baldwin, Dorothy Beck, Randall, Mgr. Brishofp, Clifford Bodendorfer, Albert Brooks, Russell Burchfiveld, Robert Burkeley, Howard Cvarlson, Ralph Coryea, Lester Crelsoi, Salvatore Coulter, Martha Davis, Guy Denniston, Delbert DiThomas, Dante Doerr, Alfred Fisher, Merle SENIOR GRCHESTRA Frank, June Grata, Mike Gaston, Mary Geminiahi, Vernicio Gennaula, Michael Hahn, Pearl Hunter, Howard Dindsey, Paul Lutton, Jim Matt, Eleanore Matthew, Harold Mc-Caskey, Reed Maud, George McKee, Virigia Metzler, Mary Moore, Evelyn McCoy, Gale Mastordi, Louis Phillips, John Phersion, Bill Phillips, Ruth Phipps, Harriett Polen, Charles Rosenberg, Sam Schoefnlield, Biilly Sidley, Julfia Stoner, William Swanton, Richard Theophilus, Oliver Thompson, John D Tressler, Horace Waldman, Saul VVeinschenk, Betty Wilkinson, Henry Wilson, Sam Wiesen, Josevpfh Zeitleir, Paul 42 Anderson, Wallace Anderson, Don Allen, Robert Aiken, Robert Baldwin, Herber Barker, Everett Bates, Roy Blews, William Brownlee, Homer -Candioto, Edward Carlson, Ralph Dickson, H, DiThIoma's, Dante Evans, Walter Erwin, Rob-ert Eberhart, Jo-e Farone, Frank Fisher, Merle Geminiani, Verniciio Gennaula, Mliichaefl Gorman, Arthur Hood, Harry SENIOR BAND Hunter, Howard Kairkpaltrick, Jam es Kohn, Arthur Kyle, George Lindsey, Paul Lou-er, Jack Lutton, James Mauwd, George M,cCle4ary, Louis Matthew, Finley Meckling, Jack Merando, Frank Noga, John Otto, Robert Powell, Wdlliam Pherson, Bill Phillips, John Polen, Charles Re-ntz, Richard Rowe, Roger Rumbaugh, Howard Sanford, Alb ert Smith, Thomas 43 Sltoner, William Swanton, Richard Ta-te, Don Thomas, Gordon Trick, William Tlioma, Leonard Thompson, John Thompson, John Wfarner, Fred Waldo, James Weller, Joe Wilkison, Henry Yargo, Sullivan Zeitler, Paul William, Donald Sadler, Alfred Beck, Randall, Asst Mgr Armstrong, Robert Brown, Robert Schuler, Henry Thompson, Harry Vlfaldman, Saul SENATUS RGMANUS CLUB Magistratus Consul Primus .............................. David Long Quaestor ............... ,George Muse Consul Se-cundus ...... Mary Jane Metzler Aedilis ......... Gertrude Graham Scriba ...... L ............,.................................... Tom Stevenson Fourth Year Award Magna Cum Laude .................. L ............................... ez ......... S ara Cukerbaum Junior High Awards Summa Cum Laude ....................................,........................ Edythe Cowden Magna Cum Laude ........ ....... B ertha Boya Cum Laude ............ L ............. ............... l ............ ........ V i rginia Crook Senatores The numbers following each Aviley, Robent Q1-31 Baldwin, Frank Q2-3-45 Bell, Grace Q21 Bernard, Mary Jane Q21 Blim, Dorothy fConscniptaD Brown, Oliver Cconscriptusl Butler, Paul C21 Cromvie, Dorothy C23 Curry, Lois Mae QZJ De-Piero, Nioholas 12, Dingler, Thelma Q25 DiThomas, Dante C2-31 Farver, lone fl-21 Forgione, Josephine Q25 Flynn, Dolores Q21 Graham, Gertrude Q25 Greenburg, Bertha C21 Hildebrand, Rwth fl-2-33 Joseph, Lida Q11 Kay, Charles K2-35 Keely, Margaret f2j Kelch, Anna QZJ name signify the ye-ar for Kelly, William C11 Kennedy, Anna Q23 Lernefr, David Q11 Long, David Q11 Louer, Elizabeth C21 Mann, Nettie Q25 Metzler, Mary Jane C23 M'cCune, Alice 12,1 McKee, Jafmes fl-2-3-45 Moore, Dorothy Q25 Muse, George Q21 Niemczik, Stella 12, Nunn, Beryl Q15 Owens, Mildred Q25 Parker, Jean Q25 Reeher, Perry fl-2-31 Rice, Rose fl-23 Rowland, Rex C1-29 Saffier, Florence' Q1-25 Shaffer, Gertrude Q15 Shiapo, Myrtle flj Silverman, Lena Q17 44 which the honors were awarded Stevenson, Tom f2j Stewart, Hugh Cconscripltusj Stone, Virginia Q21 Vigali, Frank Q2-35 Wimer, Jean Q25 Wrona, Leon flj Wylie, Ellen C23 Young, Dorothy Q2-45 THE THREE C CLUB The Three C Club was organized on November 3, 1931, by a group of students from the Problems in American Democracy classes, under the supervision of Miss Calvin. The purpose of the club was to discuss the important current international, national and state problems. The members of the club were divided into separate groups, each with a leader, and were assigned a particular problem to follow, sum- marize and present at the weekly meetings. Such events as the Manchurian situation, the action of the Council of the League of Nations in this situationg the Laval and Grandi visits to President Hooverg the important measures before the United States Congressg and the work of the Special Session of the Pennsylvania As- semlbly were followed by the group to whom the particular problem was assigned. Outside speakers, especially qualified to dis-cuss certain problems, appeared before the club from time to time. The clu'b elected as officers the following: OFFICERS President - - - - William Hazen First Vice President - Hugh Stewart Second Vice President ---- Anna Fell Secretary - - - - Jen Adel Stevenson Treasurer - - - Lucille Kison 45 THE GIRL RESERVES The Girl Reserve Club is an international organization and a part of the Y. W. C. A. Our purpose is "To find and give the best," and our slogan is "To face life squarely." This year the fiftieth birthday of this club was celebrated internationally during the week of November 1. A church service, a joint meeting of all Girl Reserves ofthe city, and a birthday party for all girls of the city were a part of our celebration. Our local club chose the fine arts as the general 'theme of their meetings. During the semester we secured prominent speakers of New Castle to talk to us on such subjects as painting, music, poetry and drama. But our aims are not all intellectual. At some meetings we divide into interest groups and play tennis, bowl, roller skate, tap dance or do hand craft w-ork. And then there is always a program of social functions. This year we enjoyed a get-acquainted party, a Fathers' and Daughters' banquet and a theater party. The Girl Reserves invite all girls who enjoy making real 'friends and having real fun to join their group. OFFICERS Martha Randles ---- - President Mary Jane Metzler - - Vice President Beryle Cameron - - Secretary Gretchen Smith - - Treasurer Miss Grace Jones - - Chief Advisor Miss Marion Wilson - - Y. W. Secretary 46 HI-Y CLUB The purpose of the Senior Hi-Y Club is "To create, maintain and extend through-out the school and community, high standards of Chris- tian character." Its activities are based on a four-fold program of life-mental, physical, spiritual and social. All four of these have been touched upon this year. K During the earlier part of the past semester the club held a box social With the Girl Reserves which was voted a success by all. December 4 the members Went to Tarentum for three days, in order to attend the Older Boys Conference. A play 'Was staged by the club on December 18, which Was a roaring success judging by the way the audience cheered and laughed. Once each month the club members enjoy a swim in the pool at the Y. M. C. A. This privilege was extended to us by William Thomas, the boys' director at the "Y," to Whom We are greatly indebted for the co-operation he has given us during past years of the club. Mr. Mills, our faculty supervisor, has helped greatly by his faithful Work. The annual girls night banquet was scheduled for January 28. OFFICERS President - ---- Jim Stevenson Vice President - - Robert Ailey Secretary - - Jack Cole Treasurer - - - - Robert Wilkens Supervisors - - W. A. Thomas, Robert Mills 47 STUDENT COUNCIL The members of Student Council held their first meeting October 7, 1931, and organized. The following oiicers were elected: Charles Kay, president, Frank Baldwin, vice president, Dorothy Young, sec- retary, Becky Carson, assistant secretary, Heber Baldwin, treasurer. The problem of the stair traffic was the first to fbe solved. The east stairs are now used for up traffic and the west stairs for down traiic at all times. The plan has met with the approvaB of both teach- ers and students. Student Council also sponsored a Christmas party for the school which was a big success. Bingo and dancing were the forms of the entertainment. Council has also undertaken to establish a chapter of the National Honor Society here in our high school. The members of the society are chosen on a basis of scholarship, leadership, character and service. The work on this project is continuing and it is hoped that the chapter will be installed by the first of next semester. OFFICERS Charles Kay - - - President Frank Baldwin - - Vice President Dorothy Young - - - - Secretary Becky Carson - - Assistant Secretary Heber Baldwin - - - - Treasurer 48 SCHOGL PLAY "Death Takes a Holiday," a tragic, comedy presented Friday eve- ning, November 13, 1931, was greatly surprising to its audience on several accounts. For one, this play was the first attempt of a high school to portray really dramatic tragedy. Theatrical organizations and the townspeople in general were rather skeptically awaiting this play. -It might have been ruined by any instance of improper atmos- phere, or by a brief letting down of character of any one in the cast of thirteen. This did not happen. The cast resented any inference that they were "acting their parts" well. They were fairly breathing the air of the perfumed Italian garden, and caught under the spell of mystery. Uncanny sounds and fleeting shadows were very real 'to 'them. No one forgot a line, blecausie to them they were not "lines," but were spoken from their hearts as if they were their words originally. One of the leading roles was that of the youthful "Grazia," enacted charmingly by Peglgy Prowitt. She was very much fitted to the part of this young girl, who was caught under the spell of "Death" in the person of a Prince, and lfost her heart to him and chose to die in his arms to be with him, forever. The role of "Death" was taken by Julian Turk. His cold voice and mfanner was very fear-inspiring in the first act. His second appear- ance was very effective when he versatilely turned into a gracious and charming prince. He was hesitantly introduced by Duke Lambert, taken by Yale Kaplan, to his wife, the Duchess Stefphanie, Evelyn Swanson, and to his son, Corrado, George Hawk, and guests, who were: Rhoda Fenton, Dorothy Moore, Alda, Josephine McGoung Eric Fenton, Bill Marlin, the Baron of Cisaria, Rob- ert Emery, the Princess of San Luca, Louise McCoy. The maid and butler parts were taken by Ida Fiala and Robert Ailey respectively, and Major Whitread by William Ice. 49 CAST OF ".IONESY" Walte'r Preston Lucille Kison Ruth Brenneman William Hazen Robert Emery Julian Turk Dorothy Moore George Hawk Beryle Cameron William Woodworth Josephine McGoun 50 SENIOR PLAY On Thursday evening, January 14, at 8:15 o'clock, the Senior A Class presented their play, "Jonesy." The play was a comedy and the cast consisted of eleven of the graduating students: Anne Jones - - Ruth Brenneman Mildred Ellis - - Beryle Cameron Mrs. Henry Jones - - Dorothy Moore A Plumber - William Woodworth Henry Jones - - William Hazen Wilbur Jones - - - Julian Turk Billy Morgan - - Rloibert Emery Katie - - - - Lucille Kison Diana Devereaux - - "Jo" McGoun Stanley Jackson - - Wialter Preston Mr. Silverberg - - Louis Greenberg A Policeman - - William Woodworth The cast was Well chosen, each member being nicely fitted for his particular role. The players deserve special commendation due to the fact that they had only one Week, in which to prepare the production. A brief synopsis is as follows: Wilbur Jones sells his fatherfs car to pay ia poker delbt at the suggestion of Billy Morgan, one of his Wealthy college mates. Mr. Jones thinks the car is undergoing repairs in a garage. Wilbur becomes interested in Diana Devereaux, a stage actress, and his parents carry out a scheme to discourage the attachment. Then it is learned that Diana is the niece 'of Stanley Jackson, a steel magnate, from Whom Mr. Jones is attempting to obtain a position. Mildred Ellis, a neighbor girl, has just broken her engagement with Wilbur, and she is intensely jealous of Diana. Needless to say, she causes no little trouble. Wilbur gets a job to 'buy back the fcarg he arranges to haveg his father see Mr. Jackson, Mildred finds out about Billy's Wealth and plays up to him, and Wilbur and Diana persuade the opposing forces that 'they are really old enough to marry. ' 5 1 CLASSSONG OUR HIGH sOHOOL" fTune-"At Your Commanduj - I Our lives are just beginning VVhen our school days end. That's why our aims are high- Flor better days to spend. II We cannot back the cheat, Nor those Who just get by, We must stand for better things To be proud of Ne-Ca-Hi. III We're here to give it backing, School spirit, clean and high, We need not be ashamed When other schools file by. IV So let's unfurl the colors, Take up the leader's cheer, No better, cleaner, high school Than the one We hold so dear. -LILLIAN SI-IELLENBERGER 52 VARSITY FOOTBALL New Castle varsity .after a number of serious pre-season and early injuries to first team players fought its way through the most difficult schedule of many seasons. Four tealms failed to score on the Red and Black team that won two games by a margin of six touchdowns, one game by two and another by a single score, and held Youngstown South to a 0-0 tie. Two oppo- nents took the game by one point and two others by one touchdown, and their only real defeat from Washington. Inspite of all handicaps every player fought to the end like a hero. 1 93 1 LINEUP Harry Crisci QCaptainJ P. Askounes L. Thomas J. Uram H. Reynolds James Mike ' W. Kazenski M. DeCarbo T. Rambo Kominic W. Cicone W. Duff Jones E. Burns Quinn Nocera P. James ' F. Babiartz DeFalco Mclver J. Sotus T. Cooper F. Lane L. Ostrosky H. Workman ' L. Wronwa Williams C. Workman a Student Managers: William Oifutt, Jack Ball. Coaches: Mr. Bridenbaugh, Mr. Klee, Mr. Thomas. Faculty Manager: R., H. Gardner. M 1931 SCHEDULE Sept. 18-Coraopolis .............. ...... 0 Ne Ca Hi ......... .......... 3 8 Sept. 25-McKees Rocks ............... 0 Ne Ca Hi ......... ..... 6 Oct. 2-Clrarleroi .................. .......... 1 4 Ne Ca Hi ......... ..... 6 Oct. 9-Washington ........................... 27 Ne Ca Hi ......... ..... 0 Oct. 16--Woodward, Toledo, O. 0 Ne Ca Hi ......... .......... 3 8 Oct. 24-Altoona ...M ............................ 13 Ne Ca Hi ....,................................... .. 6 Oct. 31-Union, Turtle Creek 6 Ne Ca Hi O J Nov. 7-McKeesport ..................... 7 Ne Ca Hi 6 Nov. 14-South, Youngstown 0 Ne Ca Hi 0 Nov. 26-Erie East ........................ 7 Ne Ca Hi 6 Dec. 5-Union High ........ ......... 7 Ne Ca Hi ...22 fBenefit P. S, Gamej - N 53 SENIOR A'S IN RIME MARY ALFORD A girl with pretty blue eyes And golden hair combinedg Mary is as sweet as she can be We think she is just fine. FRANK BALDWIN Just mention his name and it brings to mind The nicest chap that you can find, With blond currly hair and eyes of gray, He's our editor and in a big way. MARY BARLET Mary is a quiet lass, One of the brightest in the classy In shorthand she has us all agog, She'll make somebody a good stenog. - HELEN BARR Just a dainty little miss Who takes her work so serious, Tlhere is no doubt she will succeed, And give us he-lp when wefre in need. MARIE BAUDER Perpetual motion ne'er so well shown, As 'by the subject of this poem, Merrily, merrily on her way she goes, Care is what she nefver knows. GEORGE BAUMAN George likes the girls, we believe, Although he has been known to deceive. He likes to dance and have lots of fun, He's ready for anything under the sun. JOSEPHINE BIEDKA Parley vous Francais? You can't beat her I say, What more can she wish Since it's her favorite dish. FOSTER BLANNING Fos has sandy complexion And quite a boy is he, His Hirting's the height of perfectiong ' What more -can he wish to love? DOROTHY BLIM Dotty is a studious lass, Who wins her way in every class, But when therefs fun of any sort, She's always there-a jolly sport. TONY BONDI As a studious all around bookworm, He doesn't slhape up so wellg But as an all around fellow, He seems to be mighty swell, HELEN BOOK You wouldn't know she's present From her no noise you hearg Her actions are always pleasant, Of trouble, she needn't fear. ALEX BSHERO He speaks in a low, deep, bass rumble, He plays the harmonica, too, V We've never really known him to grumble, And for this much credit is due. FRANK BOWES He"s a friend to everyone, And a most industrious man, Always a steady worker, Ready to do whatever he can. RUTH BRENNEMAN In Girl Reserves she's a leaderg In P. O. D. she"s a quiz, Likewise she is an actress 3 As an all around girl she's a whiz. OLIVER BROWN S10 unconcerned is this young fellow, The world to him is nauglhtg He does whatever he pleases, And seldom what he ought. BERYLE CAMERON VVe think that we have never met A girl 'with talents so beset, In a rhyme of four short lines, We can't describe a girl so fine. MARTHA CHAIN Marth.a's very quiet, But really she could start a riotg Her lovely hair and manners coy, Make her a second Helen of Troy. ANNA BELLE CHEROL In the world of business We'll hope to hear from you, Your class of '32 will watch To see what you can do. MARY CHRISTMAN Bonnie is so neat, From her head to her feet, For a man who likes eats, She'll make a wife quite' sweet, FRANCES COLALUCA To be a secretary, Tlhat's her aim, And in the business world She'll surely gain fame. JAMES COOPER Long and lanky, Slow and swanky When everything is wrong He smiles, and sil-ent goes along. TONY COOPER A clever boy is he, T'his chap called Anthony, He is quite a fine athlete, The winner of many a feat. HEILEN COTTON Altlho' she gets here late, We'll blame it on Fate. She makes a great pal, Does this ha:p'py-go-lucky gal. JAC!-isolm CRAIG A dillar, a dollar, A ten o'clock soholarg "But that doesn't matter," says he, "For a jolly old butcher I'll be." JOHN CROOKS A deep bass Voice, A good speaker is he, In printing he can rejoice, For an expert he'll be. NICK CUBELLIS A tall young man, With far away looks, He gets along fine, Without any books. SARA CUKERBAUM In French class she sfhines, In all her studies she is fineg She keeps us all in gales of mirth, With the very funniest jokes on earth PAUL CUTLER As Craig's right hand man And trusty lieutenant of K,ay's, Tlhey make more fuss in a day Than a dozen usually can. EVANGELINE DUNKERLY A little bit of silence, And many a serious thought, Has made Evangeline 'llhie "Priscilla" of our lot. HARRY DUTE Here's our drug store cow-boy, As a soda jerker he's a Hndg And as for courting the girls, Like betting, he doesn't mind. ROBERT EMERY A mighty voice has he, And all the talents that beg Few would guess him, so to be, For a bashful lad is he. DOROTHY EVANS You're such a cute little girl With dark brown eyes and many a curlg When it comes to economics Her banners she does unfurl. LYDIA FARMER Lydia is our champ typist, She was never known to shirkg On the staE she did her best And will excel at secretarial work. FRANK FAROANE One of those technical lads, Skims his Latin, gets his math, Learning pharmacy at Smithys To ease his college' path. ANNE FELL Her virtues are many- Her faults are fewg German is her standby, And English is too. ROSE FLORIDA Rose expects to be a nurse, So if by chance you're ill, Jlust tell her you're of '32- Perhaps she'll forget the bill. JOHN FLOYD John is another would-be player Of that game of kicking round That little pillet made of pigskin, Trying to gain ten yards of ground. WILLIAM FOX A clever fellow and a good one too, Blut teachers are glad that his type are fewg For just as Bill walks through the' door, He sets the class into an uproar. ELLIOTT FRANCES Elliott plays the piano- Hadn't you heard that before? He spends the majority of his time Over a musical score. OLIVE F 'RYE Olive likes to dance and sing, Sew and cook and everythingg Does her studies and is quite' neat, In fact she- is quite petite. NANCY F USCO Not so tall but tall enough, We'1l admit she knows her stuff. Though she hasn't muah to say, She is on the go all day. JAMES GALLAGHER James is Mr. Replogle's helper, Fixes music books and standsg And from what we've heard of Jimmie He is quite a lady's man. HAROLD GILLESPIE He's quite a famed musician And he plays a 'big bassoong Although fhe's given up the art He'll start again real soon. GEORGE GLASS Patient and plodding, But George- gets there just the sameg We wouldn't be a bit surprised If he landed in the hall of fame. HERMAN GREEN As an actor he has abilityg In golfing he's just fineg But a bank-er he will be And in financing he will shine. LOUIS GREENBERG Hlere's our speedy trackman And radio entertainer, He has his way when e'er he can, Yet with a jolly manner. JOHN GREGOR Gregor is quite a friend in need, Usually in ne-ed of some questions, Or some very good suggestions, But he's some quarterback we've agreed VIRGINIA HARRIS Virginia has an eye for cooking, She'll make you a cake in a jiffy. And if she thinks that you aren't look- ing, She'll make a cake in a jiffy. GEORGE HAWK He drives a car quite furiously, He's reckless as the d-eu-ceg But he's already gone on someone, So, girls, what is the use? WILLIAM HAZEN He has oratorical ability And lots of personality. In future we think he'll get A seat in Congress yet. BONEITA HENRY A smiling face and never a frown, Always sure to attract. She knows harmony "upside down," Seems impossible but it's a fact, CLEM HEASLEY He's a sharpshooter of renown, And he's somewhat of a clown, He used to work occasionally, But even that has ceased, you see. JAMES HILL James couldn't find a girl In all the Senior Class, So he pals around With a Junior lass. HELEN HOWLEY Helen's other name is Honey, Her disposition is always sunny. 'llhe only thing she hates, you see, ls Problems of Democracy. V MARY AGNES HOWLEY To write Is her ambition, To you, she'll always give Her admonition. WILLIAM HOYE He hails from a place That's far, far away, The co-ws and the chickens Come under his sway. HELEN HROMYAK Helen has that sophisticated look Maybe she gets it all from booksg But no better sport can be found If you Search the whole dern town. MERIDA HUTCHISON Merida has a smile like sunshine darts, Warming even the c-oldest of hearts. She is cute and full of charm, And thinks in fiirting there is no harm. WILLIAM HYDE Frozen face and dreamy mind, Never will he smile. Has Buster Keaton beat a mile, Still he's full of fun, we find, CLARA ISOLDA She wants to be an avuthoress, We hope she is a big success, Although we think she'd better be An up and going secretary. IRENE JINKS Small and demure- She is pretty as a picture, As to her line, Well, the boys sing "Sweet Adeline." MARION JOHNSON Marion likes the boys- She's always on the go. It's one of her great days To have a handsome beau. WILLIAM JORDON William will be another Bernard Shaw, For when he gets an opinion, He surely -does work his jaw, And makes others sit up at attention. NORMAN JOSEPH A regular fellow is Norman, A good scout in every way. We look for him to be An author and critic some day. CHARLES KAY Clharles is found with a serious brow Which denotes no anger, however, But concentration upon his studies Makes him a student quite clever. WILLIAM KAZENSKI An athlete with a brilliant mind- Such a man is hard to find. He gets many an A and B, And will be a succe-ss, yofu'll see. LUCILLE KISON Always on the go- Lucy's not very slow, To be a nurse is her ambition, We hope that she fulfills her mission. ANDREW KLEAM Andrew is rather good in French, Perhaps he-'s of French extraction. We've wondered about this for some time And it's proved to 'be quite a distraction. JOE KNORR Joe and Miller can't agree On what a salesman ought to beg Miller always junks his ad And that surely makes Joe mad. MAC LESLIE The .honorable treasurer is Mac, And h-e has troubles by the stackg It's a mean trick played by Fate, If you don't know him-he's great. IDA LEVIN Amid the Senior maidens fair, Of oharm you surely have your shareg And though you're thought a quiet one You're- really very full of fun. ' ROLAND LEVINE Roland seems to think that school Is merely one long lark. In history class, tho, he does shineg It is easily seen by his mark. SYLVIA LEVINE This sedate little lady Keeps us all in jig, And as to height- She's only-so big. MARION LOCKHART In this wide world everyone has a double 3 Just one glance at Marion and without any trouble, You'll know she resembles the great movie star, Constance Bennett, whose nam-e is known near and far. CLAUDE LOGAN Here's Efdison's successorg He originated the nearest thing T'o a perpetual talking machine- With his own vocal chords. ELIZABETH LOUER Girls like Betty are hard to find, Slhe's as good as they com-e, and also as kindg Good in athletics and all of her classesg She's one of the favorites of ouar Senior lassies. STEWART LOVERIDGE Stu's quite a boy to try to play A Somie practical jokes upon his friends. His jinx now is Miss Van Divort, But even this will have its end. VERCETUS MANOS Vercetus has a mind like a book- Hle re-members every dateg History h-e knows, and as a poet, too, He surely is doing great. . FLORENCE MARIANI One- never hears much out of Flo, She's one of that kind, you know, She"s rather good in the artistic line- Taken in all she's pretty fine. ADA MARKOWITZ Wavy hair And a sunny smiley Portray a girl Who's really worth while. ' ELEANONR MASTERN Quiet and very precise of speech, She always knows what she is sayingg And as a student she is a peach- You'll never find her playing. THELMA MERRILEES Anytime you see her S'he's always at her workg She does it in a happy way, And you'll never see her shirk. TONY MICCO Tony works with lots of energy, Has faith and endurance in his schoolg He tries hard to do what's right, And follows the golden rule. ANDREW MICK Andy is a quiet ladg Neve-r happy, never sadg He's the type of boy to -be- You never see him with a "she."' JAMES MIKE Stands in the line Like a stump in the ground. They can't knock him downg They can't run around. DOROTHY MOORE Full of pep, vim and vigorg Lots of laughter, too. That's oiur Dot, the good-time Seniorg We think she's loads of fun, we do. .IANE Moomz Sweet and angelicg fair and square Is our Jane with the golden hairy Never does anything she shouldn't, 'I'hat's Why we like her, but, who wouldn't? were, A 4 Q MAFALDA MORGANTI In everything that's going on Where someone' is to play the piano, "Mauva" they are sure to hail, And she is one who will not fail. GERALD MORRIS Handsome, blonde, and tall- How the High School girls do fall! But our Jerry is sublime, Gives them all a great big line-. LILLIAN MORRIS A star basketball player is she, In gym class slhe ratesg A coach some day she'll be, With a disposition endowed by the fa LAIRD MYERS A quiet fellow is he- Never boasts what he can do, But he is a good student Anid a friend of everyone, too. tes. 5 1 H1 ...V JOSEPHINE McGOUN Brown eyes and blonde hair With a most distinguished air, Makes this girl called "Jo" Sophisticated anywhere. EDYTHE McKEE Edythe had a stick of gwum, She chewed it long and slowg And everywlhere that Eldythe went That gum was sure to go, JAMES McKEE A magna cum laude Latin shark, Brut so little one sees him dog He'd think it quite all right 'to add "MiraJbile dictu." AGNES McLAUGHLIN Dates are often very dry And hard to keep in mindg But if we had her Pitt friend, We surely wouldn't mind. ' WILLIAM OIFFUTT Curly tries to manage football, And play the game as well, Where 'does his other interest lie? Well, we won't tell. MANUEL OTHITES Without noise or clamor, Never creates a fuss, He sets a good example For the very best of us. JOHN PAGLEY John loves his school and the class, His ambition is hard to surpass, He'll make a fine success in life- He doesn't stop at strife. JEAN PARKER Jean seems rather fickle, She can't seem to settle down, First it's one at Ashtabula, The one in our home town. MELVINA PORFILIO Melvina's a commercial student, Knows her subject through and through, And when any help is needed She's always there, true blue. ELIZABETH PORTER As forward of our Senior team She sets a steady pace, And when she gets the basketball The opponents have a chase. WILLIAM POWELL Ever see a boy so silly And good "fellowish" as Billy? Not so big, yet full of pep, And for mischief has a rep. WALTER PRESTON Walt is our star boarder- He's been here fourteen years f?j But as vice president of our class VVe"ll give him three hearty cheers. MARTHA RANDLES With Marty and all her tact We don't need the Kellogg pact. She's president of the G. R's. And rates a place among the stars. HERBERT RODGERS We've never, never heard Herbert talkg We think he has no voice-5 If ever he opens his mouth, The teachers will all rejoice. EMIL RODGERS Emil's already gone quite far In the laudable field of art By painting signs upon the windows Of a local city mart. SAM ROSENBERG This fellow's always having fun With the rest of us at school. When on his violin he plays, It recalls our brighter days. EDWARD RUMBAUGH It makes no difference where, Ed is always there. It's no use to plan a show Without him, it wouldn't go. KATHRYN RUSSLER Katy is a star athlete, In basketball she shines 3 But sheds not satisfied at home- West Virginia is her clime-. SAM SAUL He used to like his Latin, But then he took up trackg To that his interest was transferred And he won't change it ba-ck. WILHELMINA SCHENKER She never says a word Unl-ess she's sure of being heard. She has made a lot of speeches, But does she practice what she preaches? .IEWMIMA SHULER Slowly but surely She does her work, It's always completed With ne'er a shirk. JULIA SIDLEY Altho she seems Highty S4he's not truly that way, You'll find her a musician And a real girl in every way. GEORGE SIGLER What he should do he wouldn't And what he shouldn't he would, But he has been on the honor roll, So we must admit he's good. SAM SIGLER Sam never mixes In anyone's affairs, H-e does his work quietly, But his opinion he derclares. ALICE SIMPSON Alice has fun most everywhere, But mostly while at school, She does her lessons fairly well, And still 'has time to "act the fool." JAMES SHAFFER Jimmie goes walking down the hall, The girls all turn to lookg But, gee, it won't do any good 'Cause Jim's already "took," HELEN SHEAFFER She has glorious hair of flaming auburn hueg A charming smile and ability, too, And it's easily seen from the.way she can play That she'll take Paderewski's place some day. LILLIAN SHELLENBERGER Lillian's place of hangout Is detention hall. Slhe seems very interested In our hero of football. EDYTHE SHERBINE She loves to write, In study hall she gets the teacher's goat, for there's nothing she'd rather do Than pass along a note. FRED SIYUFY Fred, so dark, With eyes jet black, We discover at once, N-o charms you lack, CAMILLA SMITH What can you say of Camilla? Can you think of something by chance? She's good at playing the piano, Oh, yes! and she likes to dance. RUTH SPACE A sturdy basketball player, And loyal to her team. Her ways are very clever, 1H-er smile has many a beam. JAMES STEVENSON In the middle of every gang He's the starter of every bang. Hunting is -one of his favorite sports, He's in for activities of all sorts. JEN ADEL sTEvENsoN , Svparkling brown eyes- A tongue witty and wise. Pep and personality spell Sweet Jen Adel! JAMES SHIRA Jim is the boy with curly hair, A romeo in every sense. ' He's here and there and everywhere, His popularity is immense. HUGH STEWART He has an accent exceedingly rare And a vocabulary not at all spare. The teachers think he is sublime, But in Study II he spends his time. NORMAN STROEBEL Norman's quite a shortish lad With hair that's darkish brown And eyes that have a brownish cast, But ne'er a foolish frown. HELEN TARDELLI Helen is a secretary Of some repute we know, We hope good luck attends her Wherever she may go. DON TATE Tate seems to be a ladies' man , And lessons worry him not. His favorite .phrases are "'I forgot," Or "I don't believe I can." DOROTHY TITUS A well meaning, industrious student Fun-loving and talkative, too. Dot is one who can be good, Who does what she ought to do. SMITH TUCKER An idol with the girls, With blond hair decked with curls. His interest is in a pretty nurse, School to him is just a curse. JULIAN TURK J1u1ian's an all around fellow, I-Ie does everything well. But in high school dramatics, He surely does excel. LEROY TURK Always in wrong, Or else not here- H1e's going strong in football- Will be a college star next year, LUCILLE TURK Tall, dark and handsome And aloof is she. In drawing she finds fun For a designer she wants to be. DOROTHY USSELTON Dorothy with coiffure so neat, With all hairdressers can compete. Her ambition is, you see, A beauty specialist to be. ABE VAGO He's the big boy of our class And jolly as can be. But wihy shoiuldn't he 'be thus? He' weighs two forty-three. ROBERT WALLACE And here is Bob A tall, slim guy, VVith jet black hair And sleepy eye. JACK WARD An excellent basketball manager- An efficient student, too. Jack perhaps will never find A task he cannot do. GEORGE WINTER The idol of the Senior girls, His specialty has no curls. A lady killer bold is he, And will be so eternally, EDNA WHITE This sweet girl from Wampum Has won many an eye and heart. Of this one thing we're certain Judy takes th-e leading part, RUTH WILLIAMS "A girl should be seen And seldom heard," Seems the rule That she preferred. ADELE WOLFE A lovely disposition That wins friends everywhere, The school is sorry to lose Adele From its halls so fair. WILLIAM WOODWORTH Bill's never been in love, he says, And doesn't want to fallg But as to girls-that's different, He likes them one and all. VELMA WRIGHT Here is the girl with the smiling faceg Another within our fold, Who, though she's little, is loyal and true To our own blue and gold. PAUL WYGONOWSKI He's pretty good in Math, No problem his head whirlsg But one thing he can't understand, And that, the subject, "Girls" DOROTHY YOUNG Dot is a girl of whom we boast, In scholastics s1he's a star, She's a prominent lead of our class, Our Dorothy hasn't a mar. ROBERT YOUNG A dependable chap who cares not a rap For ladies and other frivolityg When you get him alone, you'll find him no drone, , But right on the spot with j ollity. A PEN SKETCH Behold! A small, somewhat intelligent looking group who at first glance would seem to be endow'ed with the ordinary rudiments of an edu-cation. But what +a mistake. One chatters continuously, another mopes, another pouts, and the rest sleep or aren't there. W'hen there's anything to do they all wake up and discuss the price of peanuts in Switzerland. They then grad- ually sulbside and go back into a monotonous buzzing. The leader of the gang makes a good pretense at being fbusy but the rest have long ago decided that he is a somnambulist. Your curiosity is pro-bably over- whelming you, and to save you the price to Dixmont, the description fits our dear old Annual Staff. Miss Johnston: "What could be more sad than a Man without a Country?" Senior A Girls in Chorus: "A Country Without a Man!" Miss Maxwell: "Charles, what was Washington's Farewell Ad- dress?"' Charles: "Heaven, Ma'am." The cashier at a local bank apologized to a teacher for giving her old soiled bills in cashing her salary check. The teacher replied: "No cause for worry, for no germs could live on my salary." 63 SONGS Guilty .......................................... ............... D on Tate The Peanut Vendor ......... .......... O liver Brown Minnie the Moocher ........... ................ D ot Moore Time on My Hands ....................... ...... D entention Hall Just a Blue-Eyed Blonde ...... M ..... ......... D orothy Young A Million Dollar Baby ......... ............. J ane Moore Sweet and Lovely ............ ......... M artha Ran-dles Me ............ M ....................................... ....... H erman Green One More Waltz ................. .......l...... S ocial Hour Goodnight Sweetheart ........... ..... M ...... M George Winter Call Me Darling ....................... N ............. .......... M arian Lockhart Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries .......... ........... N ..... M rs. Healey Toy Town Admiral ..... - ......................... .M............ M r. Slreaier Arch Die Liber Augustine ........... ........... M iss Riffer 50 Million Frenchmen ......... .................................... M iss Kelley My Country Tis of Thee ........... ...................... - ........... M ...... M iss Calvin Honey Moon Lane .......................... ...... R oute 422 Youngstown Rd. You Try Somebody Else .......................................................................,... Helen Sheaffer My Sin M.............................................M.................................... N ..........................................., Leroy Turk When Ruba 'Plays the Tuba Down in Cuba ..................... ............. J ohn Pagley Final Exams. Unsatisfactory Blanks Heartaches ..................................................... N ........................................................... A Letter Edged in Black ...........m.................. M ........................... Little White Lies ................................. .... ,, ............................M............ E xcuses There's Danger in Your Eyes ............. .......... M iss Van Divort A Hot Dog, A Blanket and You ........ ......... F ootball Games A prisoner of Love .................................... M. ............... "Jo" McGoun When You Were Only 17 ................... ................. M ............ W lalt Preston Cute Little Things You Do ..................................... ............... J en Adel Stevenson The Pals of the Little Red School ........................... Dot Blim and Dot Young There's a Time and Place for Everything James Hill, Marie Fletcher I Wouldn't Change You for thae World .......................................... Miss McClaren You're in Everyone's Arms ............................................................ Meridia Hutchison Mrs. S. McGoun: "Don't you think, Jo, you are getting too old to play with th-e boys?" Jo -is "No, Mama, the older I get the better I like them." Miss McClaren: "Name one thing of importance that did not exist 100 years ago." Herman Green: "Mel" Miss Riffer: "You should be ashamed of yourself. Why, at your age George Washington was a surveyor." Oliver B.: "Yes, and at your age he was President of the United States." Frances: "Am I 'the first maid you ever loved?" Bfill Offutt: "I cannot tell a lie, you are simply the best of the bunch." 64 vnwfzmv-W m,lF',hgq,3- if Nmxvvgml J' , .ff'......"wv- fm, w-vmrmf mm qnwq,,,,q ..v'W ? 2 Q i E 5 E S 1 1 67 5 5 3 44awNy WPLg?Nmzaf f ,-" .-IW 'mirxlxlu wp,-inf CGNGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES CLASS 1932 Seavys Studio 1VViQIQA V 1' .waNnxf:ff -A"m."".uafA-""Zmvm .MAG Jvqzmwmmm A..x?'-4m"'xN.".d:mQ"'..1"'A."'Zmnm.f0..nn JVM Mbmm Au, Mm Hugh S.: "Shall I mark time with my feet, sir?" Bill Klee fsarcasticallyl : "My dear fellow, did you ever hear of marking time with your hands?" Hugh: "Yes, sir, clocks do it." Poem There was a lfad name Donnie TS Who loved a lass called Mary KS. He asked if she would be his MS, But KS said WS. His love for her was very GRS: He told her it was hard to WS. He begged to know at once his FS, But KS said WS. Then for a time he grew SedS, But soon he hit a faster GS. And for another girl went StrSg Now KS can WS. For Book Report "The Faithless Wife," 'by Lida Lott. A "Iva Payne," an autobiography by Etta Greenapple. "The Lady and the Osteopathf' by Willie Duer Goode. "The Sleepy Night Watchman," by Wares A. Bed. ' "My Life in the Army," by A. Cootie. Roland: "PIa'pa, thene's a fly in my soup." A Mr. Levine: "Eat dir svoup and vait till you come down to the fly, then tell the waiter and he'll give you another bowl for nothing." Charles K.: "What night can I have a date?" Helen B.: "Friday." Charles K.: "Why Friday?" Helen B.: "Pm usedto fish on Friday." Marian had a little car, She drove in manner deft, But every time she signaled right, The gosh-darn.ed car turned left. Proud Father: "Well, son, now that you're a grad what are you going to do?" Ofspringz 'Tm going to talk to you about the good old days." Suitor: "May I marry your daughter?" Stern Father: "What is your vocation?" Suitor: "I am an actor." . Stern Father Cangrilyj : "Then get out before the foot-lights." 66 ! ' Gutenberg Press was made PRINTERS of ! of wood. The mighty presses ANNUAL5 6 of today are of steel. They 4 record the progress of 'the CATALOGS 5 5 age in which we live with a BUCK and 5 ? speed paced to . modern COMMERCIAL 5 5. achievement. Printing, with 1 Q its skilled industries, is s WORK , Friendly giant-tireless in his i effort to further your interest E A r QW S P 1 5 5 1 er, y e 5 M'll P l 6: Street . . 5 Commerclal Book -Joh Prmters 5 5 s 1 S e Give us a friendly call in person or by telephone. We promise to work with you and for you to' the E bg end that your printing, no matter large or small, i 1 may satisfy you. Q 2 Y F R Unqutestionably . . . the Q 5 Printing Press is 'the g 1 Giant Pathiinder in 'the . 5 Advancement of the ? 5 World. A Q E Telephone - 257 Q P5 217 - 219 1 5 Sycamore Street i NEW CASTLE, PA. ei 67 BALILYHOO fThis poem is dedicated, first, to the newest magazine on the news stands, Ballyhoo, which has a dynamic increasing popularity, and second, to that unfortunate group of people, fbetter known as the ,American Public, who cannot read any up-to-date newspaper or magazine without seeing some of the f-ollowingzj Yes I am thirty-nine And constantly filled with hope, Here is my precious secret- It's Lux Toilet Soap. Oh, I'1l never be the same When you politely -say hello, For after using Lifebuoy I've never had B. O. I've always eaten onions- Bad breath I've never had. I owe it all to Listerine, For it's the latest fad. I'm always so full of pep, At times forget my name, But thanks to dear old grape-nuts, What a breakfast, what a shame. When the girls get too close I never mind a bit, I calmly raise my voice And shout, "Quick, Henry, the Flit." When the teacher reads this poem No doulbt she'll fret and scold, But all she must remember is- Keep kissable with Old Gold. -JIM STEVELNSON. Miss McGoun Cin Hygiene classjz "How far is it between your ears?" CM-eaning 71f2 inchesj. ' Jean Parker: "Half way around the block." A number of P. O. D. students were going around the cells visiting the county jail. "Wlas it your love of drink that brought you here?'l asked one of the girls. "Gosh, no, Miss," replied the man, "you -can't get nothin' here!" Mr. Gardner Cmuch exasperated by one pupilj : "Look here, are you the teacher in this class?" Oliver Brown: "No, sir, I'm not." ' Mr. G.: "Then why do you keep talking like a num1bskull?" Heard over at N'ewt's: "What's this in my soup?" Newt: "Don't ask me. I don't know one insect from another." "What are the young man's intentions, daughter?" "Well, he's been keeping me pretty much in the dark." 68 X SOUND managerial policies and long, successful experience have provided us 'with sufficient equipment, adequate personnel, and ample resources to render dependable service as artists and makers ot fine printing plates. That you will be secure from chance, is our first promise. JAHN 8a OLLIER ENGRAVING CO. 817 West Washington Blvd., - Chicago, Illinois 69 In the foreground - Ft. Dearborn referecxecl in Grant Park on Chicago's lake front. Illustration by Jahn Er Ollier Art Studios. The Microbes Two microbes sat on a pantry shelf And watched, with expressions pained, The milkmaid's stunts, And both said at once- "Our relations are going to be strained." "I never saw anything like this mud !" said Mac. "Here I've been trying ten minutes to get out of here and we don't seem to have moved a bit." "Oh, Mac," said Bonny, "I've just thought of something. The anchor fell overboard a little while aglo and I forgot to tell you. Do you suppose it 'could have stuck in the mud, too?" During courtship he talked and she listened. After marriage she talked and he listened. Now they both talk at the same time and the neilglfubors listen. In P. O. D.: "What provision is made for aged workmen in New Castle." J. Gregor: "Almira Home." Who was the first great socialist?" "Eric, the Red." "What?" Well, this history says he was exiled from Iceland for his deeds of violence." 66 ll Solid Geometry fas taught by Gardnerj : 1. VVhat is wrong with this sentence: I am weaker than I used to be. Formerly I could walk clear around the block. Now I can only walk half way around and back. 2. Corre-ct this statement: I have three brothers Arthur, John and myself. Famous Sayings of Famous People Well, I'll be dipped in spinach ....................................,....................... Jim Stevenson Ah-ah-ah ...................................................... ........... J en Adel Stevenson I'll betcha ................................. ..................... D orothy Blim What do you think? ......... ..... . ...... S ara Cukerbaum Blast my mortal soul ........ ....... B eryle Cameron Tally Ho ............ . ................................... ......... W alter Preston Whosh Shere ....................................... ........ D orothy Young Let me play an old favorite ........ ............ J ohn Pagley Hurry back ............................................ ................ . Mac Lesli-e Hi, Sheik ....................................,...................... -.. ............................ Ci Shira Oh, Yeah! ............................................................... ...... T helma Merrilees Chee, Eddie, how you've change-d ................................................ . ................... Bill Offutt Pft, pft, lpft, pft ....................................................................,............................................. In Chorus CWalt, George, Mac, Eddie, Dot, Sara, Martha, Jim, McClarenJ 70 auf ' 3 4 4 3' Congratulations and Best g 3' Insurance cost practically g Wishes for E 5 the same in all companies. E E E Wh not get your mone ' 3 CLASS 1932 E 3 woricfh when buying Insiiri E ? i ance? 2 ,s 5 .4 5 E 2 S sg 2 i Q gi i gi 5 5 5 CALL 519 5 3 i 3 Q . g Q as g lVlcK1nley gl Frantz f . f 3 3 3 McBride-Shannon Co. 3 e PRE.SC'R1I,P'TION DRUGGLSTLS Q 1 SIN,C4E 1873 g 1 Repesenting the Largest Companies 5 5 in the World 5 NEW CASTLE PENNA. E g E Hee g , 9 2 The young man With habits of saving and principle E 5 becomes the middle aged man With 2 ii savings and principal. f l Q ' ' Y Q Q .Q EYCQQQQDY, Q 1 3 S S E 5 5 The Cltlzens National Bank of New Castle ? 5 Q 71 A Psalm of School Tell me not in cheerful nufmbers School is but a simple dream And the lazy student slumbers 'Cause his grades aren't what they seem. S-chool is real-school is earnest, And the honor roll's its goal, If you study, good returneth From the teacher's honest soul. In the school's broad field of learning, In the 'class and study hall, Many Sophomore hearts are yearning To answer teachers' questions all. Trust nfo J uni-or, howe'er pleasant- He has his own work to dog Ne'er be late, but always present- Bie among the chosen few. Honor students all remind us Of the good times we have had, Of the parties now behind usg Of inherent wish to gad. Parties, that perhaps another, Going through school all in vain, A dumb but earnest little brother Wishes for with might and main. Let us th-en get up and hurry, Lest to school we may be late, Do our lessons in a flurry, Learn to let our good times wait. -BERYLE CAMERON Teacher: "Now class, name some of the lower animals starting with Walter. Mother fto son who never folded or hung his clothes up after he undressed for bedj : "I wonder who it was that never folded his clothes before he went to bed?" she asked. Johnny pulled the bed clothes 'over his head and answered "Adam." On The Latin Gerunds When Dido's spouse to Dido would not come, She mourned in silence, and was Di Do Dum! 71 ami 3 PORTABLE 2 HEADQIEEARTERS 2 TYPEWRITERS i 5 1 , GRADUATION GIFTS , Q -FOR4- i Q 6 - 5 School-College-Home Kllvans ewell' CO. .4 . .4 . 5 5 E i E i 5 Q A L E 3 E E ' ALL MAKES soLD X E 29255 S cAsH or TERMS ? 5? 3 ll 3 g l 1 s i g i 5 NORTH MILL , w 5 S 5 5 DIAMONDVSF-WATCHES Q 5 f 5 JEWELRY f T ? T F 5 WESTMINSTER News Is Usually New Castle News e S eessl lsll so lssls ,lle, L S sele S 1 5 3' fs? llll sl'llls S lf slsssl Almost 100 former Ne-Ca-Hi Sw- 5 S """ste' Tm Yea" 1 ,.,W ' 5 Second Semester Enrollment 5 E Specialized Courses in Business, 5 R Drama Journalism and i i wEs'rM1Ns1'ER COLLEGE N 5 NEW WILMINGTON, PA- ,E Q .S slls lsll A E CHARLES FREEMAN, Ph. D., LL. D., President F 73 " Miss Rodgers: "Yes, 'amo' is the Latin for 'I Love'. Now what word suggests' its opposite?" "Reno," Miss Galbraith: "Who is the world's latest literary genius?" B. Hyde: "Well, Hugh Stewart is usually late." Miss Maxwell: "And so Lincoln freed all the slaves." Harry Crisci Cwith a groanjz "No, he d'idn't." Thelma fexcitedlyj : "I don't know what to do. I must compose something funny for the Ne-Ca-Hi: I can't1-" Miss Young: "Here, here, 'compose yourself." He: "Jim Stevenson is running for President of United States." She: "Yeah, and Lucille K. is running after him." "Make me a child again, just for tonight," Once said a Scotchman, and Scotchmen are tight. 'Tim leaving tonight on a boat trip to Ayr: Make me a child and I'll travel half-fare." Angry Father: "I'll teach y-ou to make love to my daughter!" Boy Friend: "I wish you would old boy. I'm n-ot making much headway." Sam: "Ho-W many yards does it take for a shirt like that?" Rastus: "I got three shirts like this out of one yard." Sambo when offered an airplane ride: "No suh, Ah stays on the terrah firmah, and de- more firmah, die less turrahf' "I saw her dress And laughed at it, For Brevity's The soul of wit." Boy's definition of a waffle: "A pancake with a nonskid tread." One old bu-m to another on a park bench: "One more subscription and I'd been a college man! The chief cause of divorce is matrimony. Mr. Oldman: "Life is full of strange turns." Bill: "I know it. I turned up at a girl's h-ouse tonight, got turned down and turned out and now I'm going to tulrn in." Wife: "Dear, tomorrow is our tenth anniversary. Shall I kill the turkey?" Hub-by: "No, let him live. He didn't have anything to do with it." 74 NOW- fi Mid' Sh H 5 ' 13 y s oppe 5 You Can Carry Your Diploma 1 E Q in Your Bill F01-d i Q Ask for One of Our Special Q ? A Rutter Photostatic reproduction of 5 X J F ig th-e original, provides a safe, conve- 3 4 7887 Q S nie-nt and convincing proof of your Q i Q graduation' i Permanent Waves 1 E N-o larger than a driver's card, yet Q E Q Q readable and useful. B E Special inducement to students x E For a Graduation Gift x ? iggi il GED Q K f X Q i S Al E i . . so ugene Waves 1 Rutter StLldl0 S-8.00 , 'E 'E i NEXT To MURPHY S E 605 Greer Bldg. Phone 4320 E 1 5 f 5 5 2- TO THE. SENlORS--- i and particularly those who go into business. The progress of Q E Q American civilization is in the hands of the business leaders of 5' tomorrow. It will be theirs to determine whether We have pros- 6 perity or chaos. Q S Some of you will enter the public utility industry. We sincerely Q trust that your influence will tend to promote its constructive F A progress. s 1 During your lifetime, electricity has completely changed our mode Q 5 of living. It will be your responsibility t-o continue this advance, and make the utility industry an even greater influence toward the I? betterment of American life. Q i E 9 5 Penn a Power Co. .E 5 E 5 WMM yqwj Wm. Myra-i""2 ,Jbf"5,,wmg.'vn.AmwS'2a1m""u.. 75 Chapter 000 A GOOFY ADVENTURE The ship carrying us survivors came in toward shore. I smelt the salt air. It was now dark, in fact past our bed time, but the sun shone brightly lighting our path. As We walked on, we could hear the animals roaring, and it was all silent. The street lights were out, but some were burning still. The riding was getting much rougher now, as we walked into the jungles of darkest Africa. Far over these prairies could be seen the Empire State building. A huge crocodile crept up out of the ocean and flew away in a flapping of wings. As we neared the village of the cannibals we could smell scalp soup and arm roast cooking. What a glorious afternoon it is, just at dawn. Our car slid-es to a stand-- still in front of the bank, with a screaming of sirens and hoot owls. The bandits are now' 'dghting back, because they have their backs to the wall. This, my friends, is where the sad part comes in. We ask for soup, and we are nefused. In a grip of angerl reach over and seize a lion with one hand, snapping his vertebrae. The price of meat has raised l5c per 1010 weight. We now enter the village of Boola Boola. The natives are singing their Alma Mater. All the seats are occupied, grandstands, too. Theicr-ovvd cheers on Chief Doo Doo of the Bengal Eleven. The game is ended and the first quarter is about to begin. This, my friends, is why I say smoke El Ropo, the good 5c cigar, guar- anteed to drive you nerts. -ABE VAGO. - "Death Takes a Holiday" The cast of characters, school talent, performed with credit and each member electrocuted his part perfectly. Student' s Prayer Now I sit me down to cram, I pray I'll pass this darned exam. But if I fail to get this junk, I pray the Lord I will not flunk. Miss Hartsuff Cafter tenth swipe at ballj : "Thank goodness, it's gone at last." I Caddie: "It isn't the ball that's gone, Miss, it's your wrist watch." Miss McClaren: "What was Milton doing while the Civil War was going on?" Jim Stevenson: "Growing older." Herman Green treading Virgiljz "Three times I strove to cast my arms about her neck and thatis as far as I got, Miss Van Divort." Miss Van Divort: "Well, I think that's quite far enough." Jonah to the whale: "Look at what you got me in by not keeping your mouth shut." 76 5 F U R N I T U R H 2 COMMENTS Q Bic SELECTION 1 f i Q Q CASH or CREDIT E Q P E N N A Y A C A P I T O L i 5 xg S Direction Peoples Amusement Corp. 5 - i Spear Marousis-eCl1arles Freeman i Q 0 0 g Q 5 F1sher's B1 Store Fi ,A i F B 5 A 4 1 99.66 3 A WHERE You sEE AND HEAR X Q E' Q The World's Greatest E- i e rom ashin on S reel: lt's , l'l5:r1if,lBuft a MX fx-omg:-i-igh lirice Too i Photoplays 5 1 9966 Q E TALKING COMEDIES R 1 Tel. New Castle 1 1 05 3 LATE NEWIS . i 1-9 E. Long Ave. New Castle, Pa. 5 ! Q 5 9 5 E E 2 3 I E ? a 5 5 E The Castleton Hotel 5 Extend Heartiest Congratulations Q Q to the Graduates of 1932. s fe fi 2 A g 5 1 5 -5 5 3 5 77 Girl fto one-armed driverl : "For goodness sake, use two hands." Driver: "Can'tg gotta drive with one." Virginia: "That rouge certainly looks natural. I thought for a long time that it was your skin." Helen: "Well, it's the next thing to it." Mary had a bathing suit, The latest style, no duovbt, And when she got inside of it she Was more than halfway out. Mary had a little dress, A dainty piece and airy, It never showed the dirt a bit, But, gee, it did show Mary! George: "Did you sound the family about our marriage?" Marian: "Yes, and dad sounded the worst." "He was on fire with love when he called on her." "Well, what happened?" "Her father put him outf' A man is but a worm of the dust. He comes along, wiggles about aw'hile and finally s-ome chicken gets him. "Oh, when Noah sailed the well-known blue He had his trouble as well as you, For days and days he drove the ark Before he found a place to park." The girl walked briskly into the store and dropped her bag on the counter: "Give me a chicken," she said. "Do you want a pullet?" the storekeeper asked. "No," the girl replied, "I wanta carry it." ,.1 Is it the students' brain or teachers' handwriting treading from boardj : "We saw the boy who was injured 'by the ants." "That's not ants, it's auto." S'awful "Veil, Abe, how's business?" ' "Terrib1e! Even de people vot don't pay ain't buying nodingf' A Quatrain A quatrain fills a little space, Although it's very small, And oftentimes, as in this case, It has no point at all. 78 A .ff mfwm mlm 'Zhu ' NME- xi'-mfWlv'Q"'-J"'lFm 4 wwf' JW3' Q7 'MWF' fizwxb .AN 'Nu Ad' ff.-ggvwxzsrlvvvlkkk W l ,f"'wm..,i"'QK'1K Compliments of Shenango Pottery Co New Castle Pa Nm Ng ,j'mu Md" fmifkmfa 49.45 enflvfm' Hmm-Aux 'Ne In School Days Still sits the school house on the hill, A tardy Senior flying, Around it still the cars are parked And Sergeant Sheaffer spying. Within, the office can be seen, Filled up with folks official, And on the Wall-s in roolms and halls Are jack-knifed carved initials. The teachers look their roll 'books o'er, The empty seats betraying That many pupils left at noon To indulge in hockey playing. Long years ago a Sophomore Class Came up to Senior High Full of hope! enthusiastic, Determined to mnake things fly. They were all gay and full of pep, Yet all were quietly grieving Because it gave their hearts a pang, The Junior High School leavingg For there they'd all been pretty smart, At least that's what they thought, But now they all were sore afraid For fear that they were not. Scriaping with restless feet the floor While they the teachers listed To hear about this great, great school Which developed men two-fisted. I'm sorry, but it must be said, The Sophomores soon were Juniors. Then two semesters passed away, And, Lo! they all were Seniors. Still mem'ries to a gray haired man, These old school days are showing, Poor man, the whiskers on his chin, Have forty years b-een growing. He lives to learnin' life's hard school That all who pass above him Have always made the honor roll, And therefore do not love him. -BERYLE CAMERON 80 ! 5 ! 9 ? 2 - Herasswishing You E COMPLIMENTS E Q uccess i Q OF E ? ? .4 44 5 5 Reynolds Summers i , i t ' it 5 lawrence Buttlmg Cn tt 5 Sz McCann 5 5 ' 5 t 3 t 3 ? ? 2 crormzs Q 2 gg i For Young Men g i g e e P 2 5 5 THE SAFE BANK 3 Q . . a 2 3 Flrst National Bank 3 g of Lawrence County 2 5 NEW CASTLE, PA. Q S W 2 9 i 3 Capital, Surplus and Profits E 2 :sz,5oo,ooo.oo f 2 81 Picture- Claude Logan ...... Ruth Brenneman Miniature Picture Gallery Herman Green ...... Jo McGoun ........... . George Hawk .................. ,........ .........i......i..... Charles Kay ......... Edith McKee ...... . ............, ............,............. M James Hill and Martha Randles James Mike ...... l ..... Miss Calvin ........... arie Fletcher ............l......l......l.................. ........ Not sleeping in school Not asking questions Not trying to be witty Without a hard crush . M...... Getting low marks Not chewing gum Studying hard Apart Not dropping her pencil Slender Ocky Shaeffer ......... Frank Baldwin .......... Helen Cotton ...... . ...... Miss Van Divort A traitor to her country Sitting still . .l......,...........,........................ Angry Arriving on time With a high shrill voice Mac Leslie ................. .....,.....- .................................... . ............ N o t asking for money Walt Preston ....... .....................................-............l......1......l.... With straight hair Students Self Help Bureau Due to the current depression and the increased financial difficulty the folllowinfg suggestions are offered to those who find it difficult to stay in school: Those wishing scholarships to colleges may receive same by hard workg those who find it easier to do no work at all can receive scholar- ships at this school as long as desired work is not done. Students who wish to earn addtional amounts are offered the fol- lowing suggestilons: 1. Extra study periods before and after school offered free of charge to anyone cutting class, arriving late, misbehaving and whoever the faculty judges in need of them. 2. Positions as athletic managers may be secured by taking Bill Klee hunting. 3. S-coots Nelson oiers A's to chemistry studvents who do not ask questions he cannot answer. QHeard during rehearsal for class playj Dot Moore fbo Walt Prestonj : "Do you have any more chewing gum?" Walt P.: "Yes, in my overcoat pocket." D. M.: "O. K., where's your overcoat?" W. P.: "In the ba-ck row." D. M.: "Well, Pm not going back there for some." W.P.: "There's a method in my madness." George Winter: "Girls are the most biased creatures I've ever seen." Fos Blanning: "Why so?" George Winter: "All they ever say is bias this and bias that." 82 : 5th Floor Temple Bldg. NEW CASTLE, PA. if .M V.,....A 9 "1 rn 53- in Q U Z -1 Y' ua 'U o cn 'T W SL 'U D' o 5 Q xl N O Wmndywj ,.xm.,"""...d"AI.?"Z, L11 1 Q O g I-4 5 as I O rf o 21 QE 5' 5 ' -11 3 E'- 0 "1 Q 4+ CD N C o Q g S O m "I .D "' , '- , 5,55 gm? fag nz da' Sew e UQ ... 1+ A ll Tx-H i '1 Q3 wig? ge Q. I I 35 I rm 5 E'-u I aa 5 .... g, SE 3 tg. -QI ,.,. i Q 53 fb -I ' 5 l Q 5 Eh 92 ffl w1,--,.. T4 Q 5 5' I ?l . 8 w r-H - I rc- H, 0 5 5' g D-I 5 ' Q :I cn.. .I H. Q A- V, 5 5' "' 5' O QE A f"'..I!x awk i s I- e 5 NC-WVIIXQXIX eflnxogy E E i 2 ,I Q' 5 X 2 E The Clothes Shop Fi For Women Q T P we 5 3 if E . 3 5 Second Floor, Cent 1 B ldmg 1 Mill and Washingto St eets 5 Electric Elevat S e 5 f .43 ' , . 2 Elllott Kr Waddnlgton i I 116-118 N. Mercer sf. " i 3 Phone 3600 f 2 E 5 2 I DISTRIBUTORS fi, 3 RADIOS Q i AUTOMOTIVE .sz PAINT 5 PRODUCTS E Jane: "I suppose Barnum went to heaven when he died?" "Well, he certainly had a good chance. In fact he had the great- est show on earth." A A certain snooty Senior A lass congratulates herself that "Half the lies told about hier are not true? Say, boy, 'what is sic transit'?" "Sic transit! Why an ambulance, of course." Flappers' War Cry Two Arms! Two Arms! Fall In! Early to bed, Early to rise And your girl goes out With the other guys. First Cannibal: "The chief has hay faver." Second Cannibal: "Serves him right: we warned him not to eat the grass widow." She: "Marriage is a lottery!" He: "Oh, I don't know. Aman ought to have a fair idea what he's getting these days." Dot Moore: "Do you think I can ever do anything with my voice?" Miss Hartsuff: "Well, it may come in handy in case of fire." He: "Are you fond of indoor sports?" She: "Yes, if they know when to go home." Mere Man: "I'd like to be cremated but I'm sure my wife wouldn't like it." Young Lady: "Why not?" M. M.: "She's always complaining about me leaving my ashes around." , s . When to Be Nonchalant "You .are the most be'autiful girl I'vie ever seien. I lon-g to hold you in my arms, to caress you, to kiss your eyes, your hair, your lips, to whis- per in your ear, 'I love you'." "Well, I guess it can be arranged." Granddaughter: "I seem to have heard that girls of your period 'set their caps' for men." I Grandmother: "But not their knee-caps." Merida: "Ruth, have you made up your mind to stay in?" Ruth? "NO, I've made up my face to go out." 84 3 Q C-OMPLIM'ENTS i ww i H 5 1 ? OF 1 E 3 CUMPLIMESTS 0. C. 0rr Baking Co. g OF Trl-ILE 5 g Q E 2 i Bakers of 0rr's Fine Bread 2 g , . g Q A Clalre Brown Shoppe A Q x E 2 Ladies' Exclusive Q ? Ready to Wear 9 4 S 3 3 Office and Bakery 3 i +9966 Z i 310-12 Grove Street 5 1 5 Bell Phone 671 le 5 5 NEYV CASTLE PENNA. .L f' Q STUDENT LUGGAGE 2 4 Business College 5 s. s. g E Al I 5 6 Secretarial, Commercial and 5 che f Stenograph Subjects for 3 Q iii: ? High School Graduates X .1 if .4 Reeve- 1 X '-l-h Ig X D s h 1 N' ht s h 1 Q I Q Y g ay c oo lg c oo sg Jil! lwn pgqnai Q sg B350 Q E, X s New Castle .Mita 1 sw. A ' - 2 Busmess li - Y 5 Klsk, Hutton Sr Co. i 5 College H g 22,000 Articles in Hardware 3 G- E- LYON, Prop- E 24 E, Waghington St, New Castle, Pa, Phone 936 85 Oliver Brown: "Traveled all over the world, eh? Went up the Rhine, I suppose?" . Herman Green: "Climbed to the top." Oliver Brown: "Saw the Lion of St. Mark?" Herman Green: "Fed it." Oliver Brown: "And visited the Black Sea?" Herman Green: "Filled my fountain pen there." Some Psalm The Ford is my car, I shall not want another, It maketh me to lie down in wet placesg It soileth my soul, It leadeth me into deep waters g It leadeth me into paths of ridicule for its name's sake. It prepareth a breakdown for me in the presence of mine enemies. Yea, though I run through the valleys, I am towled up the hill. I fear gre-at evil when it is with me. h Its rods and its engines discomfort meg It anointeth my face with oil, Its tank runneth over, Surely to goodness if this thing follow me all the days of my life I shall dwell in the house of the- insane for ever. Lost And Found FOUND-A snap course, Problems of Democracy. Anyone can have same by appearing any day at Rofo1m,218. WANTED-Enough hair to get a shampoo. R. H. Gardner. WANTED-An entirely new method for bluffing teacher and im- pressing them with my knowledfge. Herman Green. I never saw a purple cow, I never hope to see one, But I can tell you, anyhow I'd rather see than be one. Eiie fwho has been exploring the ash pity : "Look, daddy, some- body's frowed away quite a good cat." "Of what are you afraid, my -child?" Inquired the kindly teacher. "Oh, sir, the flowers, they are wild," Replied the timid creature. Hail to thee blithe spirit! Cow thou never wertg But in life to cheer it, Playest thy full part In purple lines of unpremeditated art. 86 r .E 5 2 OOMPLIMENTS i E OF THE i 5 x 5 , if . Q W. J. OFFUTT CO. E THE HOME OF CAsH PRICES F -AND- Q GREEN DisCoUNT STAMPS HZ S S L TJ 9 3 1 ll g 5 16 f E . Q, Congratulations to the 5 Graduating Class and Z Wishing Them a Successful i 3 Career i fr 2 g oo Q ll F f Q Q KlMMEL'S MARKET zo N. MILL sr. Q K i "New Castle Founded-Ne Castle g 5 Own d-N C tl .Op rated" - 5 87 Q mug- iggmywhhpk-1? 'L v-vel' ..... JCI SAM H. MCGOUN GOOD SHOES v"'0""'5a-f.. 'mafia 5 5 5 l 5 i L P MW! Tm.-W' 'vy ' NM .5 gjml Wu. hw., ggi? 4 ? ouvlau P. BROWN Q Q 20 S. Mercer St. i X 5 i ' , sf S Fi 3 C 4 3 Ask for State Capital Savings S Q and Loan Association folder 1 "For Your Savings" li 1 A 1 "PennsyIvania's largest Association" D 5 .E 5 ggi i-V- frm...-v..f".mw-2-.rJ'vQ"v"K J Keets F ilosofy on Life Booty is trooth, trooth booty, that is all ya know and all ye'll ever know. Frank Sz Stein Club, DEAR FRIEND: You are cordially invited to attend the Grave Diggers' Party spon- sored by the Crushed Skull Lodge of Oak Park Cemetery, 9' deep, 14 Casket Street. Orphans, with their parents are to be admitted free of charge. Murder will be committed to amuse all. Suicide will be permitted to all that are dead. Music will be furnished by Moaners Oboe Sextet. The theme song will be "Groan, You Sinners." What a thrill. Come one! Come all! The devil won't be there. Lots of Laugh- ter! Moans! Screams! Roars! etc. Don't forget, 9' d-eep, 14 Casket Street, Oak Park Cemetery. Your friend, A. SKELETON. I've never seen A Copper Mine, Nor yet the blue moon, But I have seen a monkey shine, And seen a human spoon. The world is old, yet likes to laugh, New jokes are hard to find. A whole new editorial staff Can't tickle every mind. So if you strike a mouldy joke Decked out in latest dressg Don't scowl and dub the thing a fake- Just laugh-don't be so fresh. HAVE YOU HEARD- About the lady who hit a man with a piano because she couldn't lift a safe? About the boy who had his ears lowered instead of getting a hair cut? About the man who always got a new suit because he couldn't spare the time to have the old one cleaned? About the lady who Hew across the ocean because she was afraid the boat would sink? That Van Divort wants to teach something! besides Latin? Don T.: "Pm doing my best to get ahead." Miss McClaren: "Well, you certainly need one." 88 Q Today's Photographs Q t 5- -ARE- 5 3' g TomorroW's Treasures 1 5 1 'I Q Q 5 Q E 6 ig 5 ,s H Q 5 X Uhr 1521112 161115. Gln. i E FALLS AVE -N. MERCER ST. FQ E Nun Clfawilr, Fa. 5 i 5 f 1 l 5 l 9 ANDERSON 5 -g sos WALLACE AVE. 5 2 Q A W. F. DUFFORD Sz CO. 1 f i E NEW CASTLE, PENNA. i 3 C'OMlPLIMEgNT,S Q ? OF 5 5 5 i i E S Q ' 5 Q A Dr. l'l. Lloyd Rlcli Z 5 E E Graduate of Optometry, S ? Columbia University ? Half Century Selling Better Q 9 E HOME FURNISHINGS H 3 305 N' MILL ST' 3 1 F-oR LESS g 1 a Q e E Adequate buildings including unusual Humor is the endemonological pessimism which includes within itself a teleological evolutionary optimism, which may cause a realistic, radical and universal reconciliation to appear as possible. - Danger Zone An Irishman visiting a friend in the hospital began 'to 'bake an interest in the other patients. "What are you in her for?" he asked one. "I've got t'ons'illitis and I've got to have my ton-sils cut out," was the answer. KIA d 7 7? n you. he asked another. "I've got blood poisoning in my right arm, and they're going to cut it oE," he replied. "BegorraI" said Pat, in horror, "this ain't no place for me. I've got a cold in my he-ad." Girl: "I maintain that love-making is just the same as it always was." Her Sweetheart: "How do you know?" Girl: "I've just 'been reading about a Greek maiden who slat and listened to a lyre all evening." However hard we Work, 'Till even our hands are sore, Some folks will raise their voices and say- Yes, we have heard those jokes before. v-vwf'.....'m'2' Grove City College A Strong Coeducational College Courses in Liberal Arts, Science, Applied Science, Commerce, Music and Fine Arts dormitories for men and women, an excellent library and a modern gym- nasium. The new Harbison Chapel, the new Hall of Science, and the new Isaac C. Ketler Dormitory for Men constitute an imrportant addition to the coll-ege plant, A large and beautiful campus with rplaying fields for men and women and 10 clay and asphalt tennis courts. Healthful climate Wholesome stan- dards democratic spirit moderate charges. For information write: President Weir C Ketler Registrar H O White GROVE CITY PA. OI' 1 m.,fy,,,,,fv,,,,Nim.f'..J'-?."m.""..i"'m.. 5 e E 5 S 5 :af ""..N' fl.. Servlce Typewriter Exchange 12 East St Telephone 4991 A Smith-Corona Portable Typewriter for College, will sure help the student and please the teacher. We carry a complete line of all makes of typewriters, which we rent to stu- dents at a special price. Improve your typing at school by having one of these machines at home to prac- tice on. ffm-warn...-mx-wausvgpuwhm 5 . . Q i 1 S 5 ' X 4 5 A. B. Dick Mimeograph L. C. Smith 8x Corona Typewriters Art Metal Steel Equipment 9 0 5 c3ER5oN'5 Q g Headquarters for Bulova, Ben- E E rus, Waltham, Illinois Wrist Q Q and strap Watches E ? g liliil 5 ' 3 x CERDIT TO ALL i E "Pay While You Wear" Fi g e Q iiiiii ? Jack Gerson "Your Jeweler" Q PENN THEATRE BLDG. Q 5 18 N. Mercer St. ,E 5 NEW CASTLE PENNA. ! , 5 5 3- e 5 1 B i 5 if ooMPL.1MElNTfs ,Q OF 3 X 2 E Q g F s 2 Love Kr Megown S S Your Druggists ? N Q 3 Q -5 2 ? Z If ! 9 2 5 COMPLIMENTS E 5 OF 2 5 E New Castle Dry Goods Co. 2 x 5 F Q 6 t i E-1.1 q,,,,wv.,f'mmm2x.f..fwwXr'wmfm 5 5 1 Q i ? Compliment from th-e A Studio of 5 X 2 F . . Q Leo P. SIFIZZI Q l 215112 E. wash. sf. 3 E Phone 2188 A 5' fi 5 if 5 i 1' -f vm '-wa Beryle Cameron: "Here, there should be.a comma between the "e" and the Hs." K Thelma Merrilees: "Not a comma, an apolstrophef' B. C.: "Well, an apostrophe is nothing but an elevated comma." Miss MfcClaren: "Beryle, can you give me an example of abstract and concrete?" V B. Cameron: "When Helen Sheaffer mixes up biscuits, they're ab- stract, but when they're baked they're concrete." Vera: "You wouldn't advise me to marry a liar would you?" Victoria: "Yes, dear, I would, unless you want to be an old maid." Teacher: "Your son has a great thirst for knowledge. Where did he get it?" Mother: "He gets the knowledge from me and the thirst from his father." l-1-i. . ,,, Miss Gailey entered the Castle ,Stationery and asked for a pound tin of beeswax: "I'm sorry, Miss," said the clerk, "all we carry is seal- ing wax." "Don't be silly," she said, "who'd want to wax a ceiling?" Now little Junior, Don't be too bold. You're only a Sophie, One year old. If a body see a body Flunking in a quiz, And a body help a body, Is it anybody's biz? Officer: "You say you saw the accident. What was the number of the car that struck the man?" Miss White: "I believe I have forgotten it. But I remember notic- ing that if it were mlultiplied by itself the cube root of the product would equal the sum of the digits reversed." Known: "Can you use the 'word 'insipid' in a sentence?" Unknown: "Sure I can use it." K.: "Let's hear it." U.: "Here's a cup of hot coffee, be careful and sip it." Helen: "A Hb is the same as a story, and a story is the same as a lie." c D Dot: "No, it's not." y Helen: "Yes it is, because my uncle said so and my uncle is a teacher at high school." Dot: "I don't care if he is. My uncle is a real estate man and he knows more about lying than your uncle." 92 -v,,f" -Im2xy'...fwnw"u"x1miir ..I".."w-zwy'-ffu:v'Q"v"lPm ? 2 2 PAGLEY SHOE SHOP I 'S- Q 1 9 5 I f ' 3 ,I 0 O Strouss-Hlrshburg NEW CASTLE'S F' DEPENDABLE STORE 2 I I I 3 3 i ? 5 5 . F i NOW- Quality a' The Lowest S i E Prices of a -EEL i H Generation. Economy i 5 I .li- ? HHH ALWAYS 1 E 5 ' S X PAINTS-HARDWARE E BUILDERS SUPPLIES fi Make Ramsey's Your Shopping Cen- A 5 ter Now and for Years to Come x H It Is a Worthwhil P P Siu ll --T' 4 2 3 D. G. Ramsey X. Sons I E 306 N. Croton Ave. 5 PHONE 4200, 4201 3 COMPLIMENTS I I X 5 17 N MILL sT. 5 REPAIRING-DYEING-GLAZING X TINTING-SOLE CEMENTING E 5 3 'sf ? i ws E I s .I by H ing Y Sh R b lt . 5 J f Q mm m S Q I 6 3 THE WINTER co. I ,S MEN AND BOYS' Q CLOTHING H I f 5 5 E E I -I e F 93 Q 4 STUDENT LUGGAGE 1 H-"l f E Q i 1 4- G. 1 X a NST' Q '- : 'A wwe G Q i - 4 ' 4 1 - 1 1 'X 1 . v A f ix. 1 1 Q Q LL in X X ii il ex :IUV M1 G 9 li f F S ll - nnnimnmbvligll Mi F Q 5 ffiN,,Ql" E QS' f f .l Wi fr: AW 'flf .ll .891 M 1. l- -' W 9 'ws 1 1 li 1 l - 3 5 p ex ew-il' N l 2 , 1 A 1 .,.-. , ' 555 'N .,,. 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