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2 V4 B 9 EX-UBRIS ALMA IVIATER To the praise of our dear High School. Sing we loud and long, Glory, honor and affection, Give we her in song. Hours of gladness, free from sadness, Happy students hereg Sing we to our High School friendships And our High School dear. All her children sing her praises With a love most pure, For her aims and inspirations Changelessly endure. With her beckoning hand before us We will do and dare, Live to honor, truth and virtue In these halls so fair. Bonds of friendship here we're forming They will never break, They will last still true, unwavering For our High School's sake. And the memories we will cherish As life's path we tread Of the friends we knew and valued Wearing black and red. When our students days are over, And no more weire here, Still we'll sing of her with reverence, Alma Mater dear. Swell the singing, ever ringing, Gladly we'll recall, When our student days are over, Live in these fair halls. -KATHARYN FOULKE IIII NI- CA- III SENIOR HIGH SIHUUL NEW CASTLE PENNSYMNIA M PUbI.sI1ed B, THE SENIOR CIASS JANUARY 1933 l :sul TEE 7 THE THEME The World's Fair: a symbol of progress! THE World's Fair of 1933, ultra modern in conception and execution, is truly in- dicative of the progress the World is mak- ing. Great strides have been made in pol- itics, science, engineering, education, arch- itecture, and literature. Men have given themselves to dreaming and the result has been a "Century of Progress." From these dreams there have come in politics the World Court and the League of Nations, in science the Wireless, the radio, and the electric light, in engineer- ing the Hudson Tubes, the Hoover Dam, the automobile, and the aeroplane, and in education there has come centralized, con- solidated, and junior high school, higher standards for both teachers and scholars, and greater college and university facili- ties. Architecture has brought us the great Radio City and the exquisite Cathedral of Learning, while literature has brought the newly perfected international language, Esperanto. Thus such dramatic development and world wide advancement of civilization has brought us to the outstanding event of this year of events, our theme: THE WORLD'S FAIR FOREWARD THIS volume of the Ne-Ca-Hi is the realization of the hope and ambitions of the Class of 1933. Although it may have its defects, yet for every defect, We hope that there Will be some re- deeming element. We also hope that it will be a source of many happy moments now, and that in future years it Will bring many pleasant memories of the event- ful year of 1933. i Z - ii KN To our Class Supervisor, our Teacher and our Friend :Mizz Qlharlutte A. Ciaglur We, the members of the Ollazz nf Zlunuarg, 1933 Brhirate this hunk in recognition of the thoughtfulness, patience, kindly advice and capable leadership she has shown in guiding us through our high school career. H ORDER OF PRESENTATION ADMINISTRATION CLASSES ACTIVITIES FACUUY MR. F. L. ORTH Principal of Senior High School Miss Birchard Mr. Butler Miss Dinsnzore Miss Mr. Bridenbaugh Miss Calvin Miss Edmunds Miss Mrs. Brinkerhoff Mr. Casillo Miss Elliott Miss Miss Brownstein Mr. Copson Miss English Miss 11 Gailey Galbraith Good Griffiths Miss Hartsuff Miss Kelley Mr. Lingerman Miss Martin Mrs. Healy Mr. Kelly Miss Long Miss Maxwell Miss Jenkins Mr. Klee Miss Lord Miss Miller Miss Johnston Mr. Lehto Mr. Margraf Mr. Mills 12 Miss McClaren Mr. McKee Miss Parker Miss McConag'hy Mr. McKenzie Miss Purdue Mrs. McCune Mr. Nelson Mr. Replogle Miss McGoun Miss Ofterdinger Miss Rhodes I3 Miss Miss Miss Miss Rich Riddle Riff er Rogers Miss Shapo Miss Taylor Miss Wallace Mr. Sheaffer Mr. Thomas Mr. Weide Miss Smith Miss Turk Miss Weinschenk Miss Stevenson Miss Van Divort Miss Westlake 14 Miss Miss Miss Miss White Williams Ellen Young Pauline Young SENIOR TOM G. STEVENSON Talent Gets Somewhere J. H. TOM RAMBO Justa Handsome Torrid Romeo CHARLES PERELMAN Charming Personality JEAN E. WIMER Jaunty, Efficient Wonder SAMUEL P. GASTON Sammie Prefers Girls EUGENE V. MOFFATT Efficient, Vigorous Meditation ROBERT K. AIKEN Really Knows All IDA E. ALEXANDER Is Ever Ardent JANE M. ALLEN Just Must Argue DON H. ANDERSON Don's Highly Ambitious VIRGINIA ANSELMO Very Artistic PAUL M. ARBLASTER Paul's Mentally Alert ELIZABETH ARTZ Efficient Always GENEVIEVE V. BAILEY Generally Very Busy JOHN M. BALL Jovial, Masterly Boy ISABEL P. BALPH Isabel Prefers Bachelors KIMMELL B. BARBOUR Kingly Big Brother JOSEPHINE R. BARESH Jo's Rather Bashful JACK M, BARNETT Judicious, Musical Bard RANDALL A. BECK Randall Admires Beauty CHARLES H. BECKWITH Chuck Has Brains V. GRACE BELL Very Gracious Belle HARRIET L. BLAIR Hates Lazy Boys LOIS D. BLAIR Likes Deep Books .IEANNE L. BOOK Jack's Little Blonde HAROLD BOOTH Harold's Bashful ELIZABETH BOYD Especially Backward W. HAROLD BOYER Wisely Hates Bluffers WILLIAM J. BRANDT Witty, Jolly Boy THORNTON E. BROADBENT Tiniid, Ever Bashful RUSSELL A. BROOKS Red's Always Bashful DAVID C. BROWN Dinny Consoles Brains SAM BUNTMAN Such Brains! MARYLOU S, BURCKART Must Sanction Boys FOREST H. BURGO Fine, Hardy Boy RUTH E. BUTLER Ruth's Ever Busy D. RICHARD BYERS Doesn't Rate Bashful SALLY LOU BYERS She Likes Basketball DOROTHY CAMPBELL Delightful Chum LaVANTIA E. CAMPBELL Loyal, Entertaining C om- panion LOUIS W. CASSELMAN Louie Works Ceaselessly JAMES CHILL Jolly Comrade HERBERT S. CHRISTMAN Has Striking Countenance ADOLPH T. CIMINI Acts Too Cautiously LUCILLE H. COCHRAN Lucille Hunts Calories LOUIS J. COLELLA Likes Jolly Comrades WILLIAM V. COOPER William's Very Courteous PEARL COOPERSIEIN, Prefers Crooners PATRICK F. COSGROVE Pat Favors Clothes LOUIS A. COSTI Louie Answers Cautiously ELEANOR L. CRAWFORD Easily Learns Chemistry DOROTHY l. CROMIE Dot Is Calm CARL L, CUMMINS Carl Looks Cunningly LOIS M. CURRY Likes To Munch Candy SALLY L. CUTRIGHT So Loquaciously Confident EMERSON DAVIES Ever Dancing JENNIE E. DeCARBO Jolly Every Day MIKE A. DeCARBO Mike's Athletically Dangerous ANNE DEEP Always Diligent CONDITO O. DELY Can Obey Dutifully STELLA DeMASI Sings Divinely DELBERT D. DENNISTON Does Dance Divinely NICHOLAS G. DePIERO Never Gets Discouraged MILDERD J. DEWBERRY Mighty Jolly Damsel DAN DiCARLO Dashing Dan Captivates HAROLD G. DICKSON Has Great Dimensions ELIZABETH M. DIETTERLE Ever Memorable Dimples MYRNA M. DONNELLY Modest, Meek, Determined HOWARD R. DOUGLAS Has Right Destinations LAURA D. DUDEK Laura Draws Divinely WILLIAM W. DUFF Would Willingly Differ ADELAIDE A. DUTE Apparently Ambitious Damsel WILLIAM E. EIDENIRE Will's Easily Enthused JAMES W. ELDER James Works Earnestly ROBERT R. ENGLISH Rates Radio Everinost WALTER G. EVANS Would Give Everything ANNA E. FABIAN Anna's EVerybody's Friend JAMES E. FAICHNEY Jim's Ever Forbearing GERTRUDE L. FALLS Gladness Lingers Forever TOM FAZZONE Tiny Fellow ALBERT R. FELIX Always Rates Friendly LEWIS J. FLETCHER LeW's A Just Friend HAROLD A. FOUT Helps All Friends RICHARD E. FRANCIS Resists Evil Firmly LAWRENCE V. GALLAGHER Looks Very Gay RUTH E. GARRITY Remarkable, Earnest Graciousness IRENE A. GORST Innocent and Gentle CARL G. GASTON Can Get Grades ERNIE B. GASTON Eager, But Genial MICHAEL A. GENNAULA Music's Always Good LELLO J. GENSANTE Little Jocund Gentleman VICTOR E. GEORGE Very Energetic Guy ELEANOR C. GIBSON Efficient, Comely, Genial FRANCES E. GIBSON Friendly, Estimable Girl BERNARD T. GOODMAN Bernie Talks Glibly ARTHUR R. GORMAN Always Rating Good E. GERTRUDE GRAHAM Excellent Grade Getter ALFRED GRAZIANA Always Grateful KARL O. HALLGREN Kind Of Heart HOWARD B. HANNA H Has Brought Happiness we M MILDRED V. HAY Mildred's Very Humorous , .X f . I , 4.-' OLIVE M. HAY Offers Much Happiness ,.1Q..4 , 1 +7 LILLIAN H. HEMMING Love Hovers Handy EMMA E. HERMANN Everybody Envies Her KATHRYN E. HERMANN Kind, Ever Helpful RICHARD HERMANN Rather Handy MARTINA E. HITE Most Everlastingly Happy ALFRED L. HOWARD Always Likes Happiness WALTER H. HUFFMAN Walt Hates Hurrying MARGUERITE D. JENKINS Modern, Dazzling Jocund MARY B. JOHNS Modest But Jolly ISABEL T. JOHNSON Is Talented Journalistically P. DALE JOHNSTON Prefers Daily Joys CLARA K. JOSEPH Collects Knowledge Judiciously GUY S. JUMBO Genial, Silent Jack ELMA H. KARKI Elma Helps Kindly WILLIAM W. KELLY Willing Worker Kelly ANNA M. KENNEDY Anna's Mighty Kissable ROBERT W. KILDOO Rather Wild Kind HARRIET U. KLINE Hap's Unusually Keen RAYMOND G, KOELLIKER Really Generously Kind GEORGE H. KYLE George's High Kid ANDY S. LASKY Admirably Swift Legs WILLIAM J. LEIVO Willianfs Judiciously Laconic GERALD B. LEMLEY Generous, Bashful Lad ROBERT H. LENNIG Rather Happy Lad DAVID M. LERNER DaVe's MentaIity's Laudable LOUIS A. LERNER Longs After Learning GILBERT D. LEVINE Gi1's Decidedly Large- hear 'mimi HAROLD W. LIVESAY Honor Wins Laurels ARTHUR R. LLEWELLYN Art's Right Likeable FRANCES E. LONG Frances Enjoys Lads EDNA F. LOUDON Enjoys Friendly Laughter ROBERT B. LOUDON Rather Blonde Lad JACK H. LYNN Jack's H0bby's Lasses BETTY D. MacNAB Beautiful, Distinguished Miss NICK J. MALIHOUTSAKIS Neat, Judiciuos Manners NETTIE I. MANN Nettie's Incessantly Munching THERESA N. MAURI Transcribes Neat Manuscripts JAMES McARTHUR Just Merry DAVID P. MCBRIDE Dave's Perfect Manager WILLIAM C. MCBURNEY Win's Cartoonist's Merits MARY LOU McCAMIC Modest Little Miss LOUIS R. McCLEARY Looks Rather Merry GALE M. McCOY Genius Matches Merit LOUISE M. McCOY Lively, Modern Mademoiselle ALICE J. McCUNE A Joyous Maiden KENNETH P. McKAY Kindles Pleasant Memories OPAL I. McKEE Opal's Invariably Merry SARA E. McKEE Sara Entices Many VIRGINIA M. McKEE Very Matrimonially Minded ERNEST E. McMULLEN Ever Elegant Manners MARY JANE METZLER Modest, Jovial Madcap EVELYN M.. MOORE Excellent Merry Maker MARY M. MOORE Most Musical Maid BILLY MORGAN Busy Man JOSEPHINE M. MORGAN Jo's Mostly Merry WILLIAM R. MURDOCK Willingly Renders Mirth GEORGE R. MUSE Genteel, Reserved Manners GRETCHEN I. MYERS Grievously Ignores Men CARL C. NATALE Carl's Cheerful Natured BARBARA U. NESBITT Buoyant, Ultra-modern Notions HEDWIG T. NEUGEBAUER Hettie Typifies Neatness GEORGE A. NICHOLLS George's Always Nice MADALYN P. NICHOLSON Makes Pictures Nicely VILHO E. NIEMI Very Efficient Number MARY E, NORRIS Mary's Exceedingly Nice W. ROBERT PARK Wise, Reserved Person GEORGIA B. PARKER Gay, But Precise WILLIAM E. PATTERSON Wanders Every Place ALBERT PERELMAN Always Pedantic MARY E. PRESTON Most Energetic Person DAVID PROVANCE Dependably Placid RICHARD QUINN Really Quiet GEORGE S. RAMSEY Generally Sensibly Reserved EVELYN RANEY Ever Ready ROBERT M. RAY Ruins Many Romances FRANK REED Forever Right EMILY G. REYNOLDS Eats Grapenuts Regularly DONALD RHODES Denotes Readiness RUTH N. RICHEY Rushes Native Romeos FRANK M. RIEG Forever Making Revelry J. WELLINGTON RIGGANS Jolly While Reliable GEORGE ROBERTSON Great Reserve ALICE ROBSON Always Roaming ROBERT ROWAN Radiates Remarkably CHARLES A, RUMSTAY Can Answer Right HELEN C. RUSSO Has Classy Record VERA M. SALOMON Vera's Mighty Small RALPH SCHETROM Rather Shy ELIZABETH M. SCHMIDT Elizabeth Makes Sunshine JOSEPH N. SERAFINO Just Never Serious CLYDE H. SHANNON Clyde's Habitually Skillful MAXINE V. SHOAF Melancholy? Very Seldom A. AGNES SHOOK An Athletic Student JEWEL H. SKANESKY Jewel's Habitually Studious CHAUNCEY J. SMITH Casual Joke-Smith GRETCHEN J. SMITH Gay Joy-Seeker JANE M. SMITH Justifies Modest Silence KATHERINE E. SMITH Kate's Ever Smiling LOIS MARION SMITH Loves Musical Study ROBERT C. SNYDER Really Can Study RUTH STEWART Rather Studious FLORENCE E. TERZIAN Flo's Ever Trustworthy he l ELIZABETH S. TONTSCH Elizabeth's Supremely Tactful PHYLLIS D. VAN HORN Phyllis Deserves Vacations RUTH E. VAN HORN Ruth Ever Versifies MARIAN E, WARDMAN Marian's Extremely Worthwhile JOE D. WELLER Joe Dates Well ANNA L. WEPPLER Always Looks Winsome JOHN W. WHITE Judicious, Worldly Wise ROBERT H. WILKINS Rational Honest Wizard CLEORA N. WILLIAMS Clever Nimble Worker E. MARGARET WILLIAMS Ever Merrily Waltzing JAMES WILLIAMSON Joyous Wit VIRGINIA L. WIMER Very Lively Woman MARY E. WISOSKY Mirthful, Energetic Whi1'1Wind HAROLD WORKMAN Hard Worker AMY E. WRIGHT Amy Enjoys Warbling GUIDO A. SCARAZZO Good And Sturdy 34 RUSSELL A. YOUNG Really Amiable Youngster EDITH M. ZEIGLER Every Man's Zenith JOHN ZIEGLER Jocose Zest :vga ,gg 5 firm is Qs lik Vie xii? xi: X 1 "' f ,:,, 'grfgrfwffgfa f wiv : an sa view " - '. . :ws ,fm we swsigs ' ' Miwffw wzfa:'ew? iw -, . f f,z'ifw2:fQ?fr- as ye ws, ,sn A ,,,- A-.M ,elif , 2M,earff f v - w f-ffiwx new -5q?f2'M:wi, N 935552, Q ... 5,55,,ws:s:w.w l,,g:,v-44 .. e . w:w::ff.Y:t Q x wife ii , Mliwwfiiif 1' Hit ' "' 4' WJ? 3 1 an fju -" " Jr 4wsA.,,.,ra,,f,, , .R , if V - k A W, f . A ,. Q., ,i '?i5J'555?, W5 , i Y 'Qc' , ' 195' pei svkstef 'X I-,vw x fn' 7 - W- -1 V 4 f Q , ---f T W 3, A x - f . ,gi ":f1'g,g:.' Y A 5455" W K ,iii ' " X 5 '-" , 4: fi Q QA X . K If X J .2 gf Q 'v Q? .W ,1 ,, 4-W ,was ff ---' 7 -' ,ww 2 N , N ffy.-,,fg25,,hQ,g,ye V K was Q' ig' ., , , 'f . Nerina De Lillo Stella Niemczyk' IN MEMCJRIAM To Nerina De Lillo and Stella Niemczyk We salute their honored names- The two who have gone Homeg And free from sorrows, troubles, shames, Their Father's Mansion roam. We recall their cheerful faces Which shone with righteous lightg And admire the many graces That made their short lives bright. Their worldly mission o'er, God took their kindly souls Which angels to the heavens boreg They'd played their earthly roles. They're with the ages now, Those two who went beforeg While near the throne of God they bow, And leave Him nevermore. -ISABELLE JOHNSON 35 THE WORLDS FAIR A marvelous setting-very rare In which to hold the great World's Fair Is our rich land, which for its name Has won great honor and much fame, And which, since early Pilgrim days Has radiantly sent forth freedom's rays. For ages men have Worked and slaved, And bitter hardships have they braved To make this World a better place In which to run Life's hard, long race Which Won, leads us to such pure joy That never can sad fears annoy. Man's Work, indeed, is not in vain, In spite of misery, toil and paing It's added to perfection's lot And aid to all has gratefully Wrought. At the World's Fair it will be proved How men to Virtue've nearer moved. -ISABELLE JOHNSON 36 I X Il 01141111 MK W5 Imnllmllllh W Q-11 X xxx 7416111 IM HHN Nx l WM .--:Z-:F-23-.1':: mirqixtx nz...-52'-g:::,.. ,. '- ' 27119 :W " x N 255.2-1:1-.z:.-1. , JHIEIXNXV X X X . X !7f,f,f,,,..w Xu, ' , H 1 N mulllllmil HIKIXIIII nu WC TIVITIU ANNUAL STAFF Samuel P. Gaston - Jane McKinney Allen Gertrude Graham - Mary Johns - Sarah McKee - Clyde Shannon - Lois Marion Smith - Robert Snyder - Edith Ziegler - Eugene Moffatt - Walter Evans - Robert Park - William McBurney - Virginia Anselmo - Kimmel Barbour - Laura Dudek - Madalyn Nicholson - George Robertson Ruth Stewart - Marian Wardmaii - 38 - Editor-in-Chief - - Literary - Literary - Literary - Literary - - Literary Literary and News Literary and News Literary and News Business Manager - Business Staff - Business Staff - Art Editor - Art Staff - Art Staff - Art Staff - Art Staff - Art Staff - Art Staff - Art Staff WHO'S WHO IN NE-CA-HI SENIOR A SENIOR B President ...................... Tom Stevenson President .......................... Rex Rowland Vice President ...... ........ T om Rambo Vice President ....... ........ J ohn Stump Secretary ............ ........... J ean Wimer Secretary ............ .. .... Evelyn Brandt Treasurer ..... .......... C harles Perelman Treasurer ........................ Frank Babiarz Student Council Representatives Student Council Representatives Sara McKee Mary Johns Ione Farver Marion Wilkinson George Muse James Elder John Komarc Horace Tressler o-o-0 040-o JUNIOR A JUNIOR B President .....,.................. Heber Baldwin President .................... James Goodchild Vice President .................. Tom Gettings Vice President ...... ....... F rancis Doyle Secretary ................ Evelyn Van Buren Secretary ...... . .,... Dorothy Pugh Treasurer ............. ,.... .... E d ward Norris Treasurer ..... ...... ....... T h elma Mills student Cgungil Representatives Student Council Representatives Becky Carson Howard Rumbaugh Jane Bechtol Ruth Wilkison Robert Allen Wallace Byers o-o-0 o-0-o SOPHOMORE A SOPHOMORE B Student Council Representatives Student Council Representatives Ruth Stevenson Martin Hoffmeister DOHHH -192111 Beall J09 Howley o-o-o o-o--o TEAM CAPTAINS CHEER LEADERS Basketball ..................... , ...... John Uram Steve BHb0VSky John Hill Basketball ...................... Russell Rieber William,Gallagher o-o-o o-o-o STUDENT COUNCIL GIRL RESERVES President ............................ James Elder President ........................ Louise McCoy Vice President ...... ..... I one Farver Vice President ....... .......... J ulia McCoy Secretary ........... .... B ecky Carson Secretary ............ ..... R uth Stevenson Treasurer ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,., Mary Johng Treasurer .......................... Jane Bechtol o--o-o o-o-o STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES H I - Y President ............................ James Elder President .......................... Rex Rowland Vice President .... . .... Gretchen Smith Vice President ........ James Kirkpatrick Secretary .......................... Robert Muse Secretary ................ Herbert Christman Assistant Secretary .... .,.. ...... R 0 se Rice Treasurer ...................... Robert Wilkins Treasurer ............................ Tom Burns o--o-o 0'0-0 NE-CA-HI ANNUAL STAFF SENATUS ROMANUS Editor-in-Chief .............. Samuel Gaston Consul Primus .............. Heber Baldwin Business Manager ........ Eugene Moffatt Consul Secundus ..... ...... R ex Rowland Art Editor .............. William McBurney Scriba .................... ............ R ose Rice Typist ......... ............ Robert Park Quaestor ....... ...... V irginia Stone 39 Graham, Gertrude, II, III Muse, George, II SENATUS ROMAN US The officers of Senatus Romanus for the year 1932-1933 are as follows:-- Consul Primus ------- Consul Secundus - - - Scriba - - Quaestor Aedile --------- Heber Baldwin Rex Rowland - Rose Rice - Virginia Stone - Ione Farver Each Semester, the Senatus Romanus conducts a Latin Tournament for the Junior High School Latin students. This year, the following students were awarded honors:- Summa cum Laude Magna cum Laude - Cum Laude - - The awards for Vergil students, based on tests taken at go to the following: Summa cum Laude Magna cum Laude Cum Laude - - - - Robert Aiken The following Latin students are members of this organi Aiken, Robert, III Baldwin, Heber, II Bell, Grace, II Bergland, Marian, II Bernard, Mary Jane, II Bovard, Arimathea, II Boya, Bertha, I Brandt, Evelyn, II Burchfield, Robert, II Cook, Virginia, I Cowden, Edythe, I Cromie, Dorothy, II Curry, Lois Mae, II Dengler, Thelma, II-III DePiero, Nicholas, II Farver, Ione, I, II Gerlock, Dorothea, II Greenberg, Bertha, II Hartland, James, I Hasulak, Cecelia, II John, Burdeen, II Joseph, Lida, I, II Kelly, Bill, I, II Kennedy, Anne, II Kennedy, Robert, II Komarc, John, II Lerner, David, I Lienert, Anna, I Mann, Nettie, II McAuley, Mary, II McCune, Alice, II McKee, Sara, III Metzler, Mary Jane, II 40 James Thompson - - Ruth Bryan - Ruth Connor the end of their Senior - William Kelly - - Sara McKee , Gertrude Graham zation :- Nahas, Olga, II Nunn, Beryl, I, II Owens, Mildred, II Price, Dorothy, II Ramsey, Floy, I Rice, Rose, I, II, III Rowland, Rex, I, II, III Schnebly, Ruth II, III Shaffer, Gertrude, I, II Shapo, Myrtle, I Silverman, Lena, I, II Stevenson, Tom, II Stone, Virginia, II, III Wimer, Jean, II Wrona, Leo, I Wylie, Ellen, II year STUDENT COUNCIL AND REPRESENTATIVES STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES OFFICERS OFFICERS President .............. ..... J ames Elder President .............. ........... J ames Elder Vice President ..... ...... I one Farver Vice President .... ..... G retchen Smith Secretary .......... ..... B ecky Carson Secretary ........... ............... B ob Muse Treasurer ............................ Mary Johns Treasurer ................ Charles Perelman MEMBERS MEMBERS SENIOR A'S William Kelly Alfred Sadler Ernest Gaston Paul Waldon James Elder Sara McKee Bill Duff Dick Mcllwain Malay Johns G901'2'9 Muse Robert Aiken Virginia Cook Tom Burns Martin Hoffmeister SENIOR BVS Frank Babiarz Tommy Jones Charles Perelman Bob Muse Marion Wilkison John Komarc Gretchen Smith Pauline Booher lone Farver Horace Tressler William Lysz Betty Bridenbaugh Robert Howe Bill Reynolds Rose Rice Walter Uber JUNIOR AIS Virginia Stone Betty Woods Becky Carson Howard Rumbaugrh lliillllnaaligaljjnlon IgEfEe??E-inming Robert Allen Jane Bechtol Alexander David Hahn George Conway Clarence Triplett JUNIOR BIS Roy Gibson Frank Wadlinger Wallace B R th Wllkl Helen Mesner Lucille Watson Vers u 1 ISDH Ed Norris William Brachette Dorothy Weygant Joe McArthur SOPHOMORE A'S George Broos William Payne Abe Abraham Fred Shellogg Ruth Stevenson Martin Hoffmeister Ines Calvanes SOPHOMORE B'S Donna Jean Beall Joe Howley John George Cecelia Hasulak Gertrude Quinn Olga Komarc Betty Matthews Josephine Maslyk Fred Lane Vivian Johnson THE GIRL RESERVES "To find and give the best- To face life squarely-" The Girl Reserve Club, an international Y. W. C. A. organization, has a three-fold aim-healthy bodies, alert minds and Christ-like spirits. Our program endeavors to fulfill these ideals. Two meetings each month are devoted to interest groups, such as basketball, bowling, dra- matics and handicraft. These are supervised by faculty advisors. Throughout the semester various speakers, carefully chosen, discuss problems of interest to the members. The social program for the year included a get-acquainted party to which all girls interested were invited. Later a HalloWe'en dance was held at Camp Eastbrook. The organization has a cabinet composed of eighteen members, which meets each month with the advisors for dinner, after which the business and the problems of the club are discussed. The officers for this year are :- President - - - - Louise McCoy Vice President - Julia Ann McCoy Secretary - - - Ruth Stevenson Treasurer - - Jane Bechtol Chief Advisor - - - Miss Long Y. W. C. A. Secretary - Miss Wilson Associate Advisor - - - Miss Turk Associate Advisor - Miss Galbraith 42 THE HI-Y CLUB Striving to carry out its purpose of extending high standards of Christian character throughout the school and community, and of de- veloping a four-fold program of life-mental, physical, spiritual and social-the Hi-Y has had a very successful year. Its football, ping-pong and wrestling teams were undefeated and hard schedules have been planned for its basketball and hockey teams. Then, its gospel team has had a propitious start, and the members have spoken in many neighboring towns and cities, striving to carry out the purpose of the club. The boys have had two or three stag-parties, an initiation riot, and are now planning their annual banquet to which a few fortunates of the fairer sex will be invited. But the activity that has been uppermost in the minds of the mem- bers of the club, is the play, "Let's All Get Married." This play, a three act farce, was presented by the members of the club in the Senior High auditorium to a large, laughing, and applauding audience. The pro- ceeds of the play were used for charitable purposes. The officers were :- President - - Rex Rowland Vice President James Kirkpatrick Secretary - - Herb Christman Treasurer - Bob Wilkins Supervisor - - - Robt. Mills 43 Albert Perelman Virginia Wimer Charles Perelman Harriet Kline Gertrude Falls Gretchen Smith David McBride Marylou Burckart Robert Aiken 44 THE SENIOR PLAY Bulls and a barometer constituted the depths of conversation be- tween the actors of "Hay Fever," Senior Play of 1933. Such an intricate plot is encouraged by an irksome family-Bliss. There is not an intrinsic feeling or emotion' among the whole family- father, mother, son and daughter. Behind a masque of fasle emotion was discovered Harriet Kline, Judith Bliss. Even though married to a novelist, David Bliss or Charles Perelman, Judith thinks more of the men who become fasci- nated by her actress fame. Her husband is not dead, she calmly re- lates, but is-upstairs. Smiles of the decided approval of Harriet and Charles found a place on every face in the audience. No less quick at contriving devises to make guests ill at ease, are Sorrel and Simon Bliss, the young son and daughter of the imprudent mother and father. It was evident that Gretchen Smith, Sorrel, had all the irresistible qualities required-unsurpassed acting, pleasing in- terpretation and even the golden hair. Albert Perelman kept the faith by fulfilling a prophecy of his success. The strangest element in the entire play, was that father and son looked so very much alike. They're twins. That's the reason Al wore a tan necktie and Charles wore a blue one. Clara, Gertrude Falls, personated the maid that was so unfortu- nate as to be employed by the Bliss's. However, she refuses to be spoiled by their abnormal traits and the domineering Judith. Gertrude put herself over by being pert, saucy and obstinate. Clara admits the guests of the family, who are as yet unconscious of their future dis- comforts which were to be caused by the absolute indifference of their hosts. David McBride, as a diplomat, Richard Greatham, didn't dis- appoint his friends. He distinguished himself by his own extreme but much practical facial expressions. Only Dave knows how! The first look at Virginia Wimer's countenance assured the au- dience that she was to appear and act "unbalanced" As Jackie, Virginia was so keen that her audience didn't miss a move, for with every move came ample reason for roars of laughter. It wasn't long until the onlookers dubbed Mary Lou Burkhart, Myra, an actress. She pleased everybody-just "The Mary Lou." Sandy Tyrell was Robert Aiken. He liked to say-"rawtha." Englishmen always do! Bob was so perfect that all those concerned feel that there is "nobody quite so good." Another was most prominent, although not found listed on the program as a character. Miss Clara Hartsuff, our dramatic instructor, introduced to her admirers another whirlwind in the dramatic history of Ne-Ca-Hi. The January Class of 1933, the cast and the entire school express in unison a "thank you sincerely.!" 45 VARSITY FGQTBALL Here's a record! The NE-CA-HI football team, dubbed "Red Hurricane," swept to smashing Victory this year with twelve straight wins. The "Hurricane" scored 336 points to their opponents 27. Awarded the co-championship of the W. P. I. A. L. with Jeanette and McKeesport. This is the second time in our history that a NE-CA-HI team has secured the topmost honors, the last time being in 1924. In a post- season game the "Hurricane" defeated McKeesport, one of the co- champs, by a score of 20-0. This had no bearing on the W. P. I. A. L. decision. Coaches - - Mr. Bridenbaugh, Mr. Klee, Mr. Thomas Faculty Manager ----- ' ----- Mr. Gardner Student Managers - Dave McBride "33" and Don Anderson "33" GRADUATIN G GRIDDERS Captain, Mike DeCarbo Quarterback, Tom Rambo Center, Bill Duff Halfback, Andy Lasky C1931 teamb Ne-Ca-Hi ......... ................................... 1 2 Butler 0Spring GameJ ....... .... 7 Ne-Ca-Hi ......... ....... 2 7 Union Twp. ............................. .... O Ne-Ca-Hi ......... ....... 5 0 McKees Rocks ......... ..... .... 6 Ne4Ca-Hi ......... ....... 2 5 Charleroi ................. .... 0 Ne-Ca-Hi ......... ....... 5 5 Coraopolis ......... .... 0 Ne-Ca-Hi ......... ....... 2 1 Washington ...... .... 0 Ne-Ca-Hi ......... ....... 4 2 Ellwood City ........ .... 0 Ne-lCa-Hi ......... ....... 1 3 Altoona .............................. 0 Ne-Ca-Hi ......... ....... 3 2 New Kensington ........ .... 7 Ne-Ca-Hi ......... ....... 2 1 Youngstown South ................ .... 7 Ne-Ca-Hi ......... ....... 1 8 Turtle 'Creek ....................................... 0 Ne--Ca-Hi ......... ............ 2 0 McKeesport Cpost seasonj ...... 0 Ne-Ca Hi ......... ............ 3 36 Opponents ............................................. 27 46 MODEL DISARMAMENT CONFERENCE Twelve students in the Problems in Democracy classes took for their semester project a Model Disarmament Conference which was presented in a special Assembly for the Problems in Democracy stu- dents on December 14. This wasfdone in the manner of a round table discussion. The representatives at the table were students from the various classes. Georgia Parker represented "The World," the presid- ingi officer, "Public Opinion" was there in the person of Olive Hayg Samuel Gaston was the "Advocate of Military Preparedness," and Ruth Garrity was the "Advocate of Conference and Law." Nettie Irene Mann represented the Delegate from the "League of Nations." The nations present were the United States, represented by Frank Anderson, Great Britian, by Bob English, Italy, by Anna Deepg France, by Eleanor Crawfordg Germany, by Frances Long, Russia, by Adelaide Duteg and Japan, by Marylou Burckart. "The World" at once put all to thinking by stating, "Can we, the civilized nations of the world, learn to depend for protection upon something other than armies and navies and high explosives? Is an armed world safe? What better system can we have? These are the questions the world is asking and for which we must find an answer." We learn from the "Advocate of Military Preparedness" that the world is spending 310,000,000 a dayg or more than four and a half billion dollars annually-and there's a depression on! This is not for past wars, but is the actual cost of armament and men in the world's military establishments. "United States" tells that one modern battleship costs her about 540,000,000 and its annual upkeep 552,000,000 She spends about 5jS'741,000,000 a year on armaments more than any other single nation. The "Advocate of Conference and Law" says that the world can be secure from war if it uses the peace institutions which have been set up since the Great War. By the Briand-Kellogg Pact 58 out of the 65 civilized nations of the world, including the United States, have now pledged not to settle their disputes except by pacific means, and have renounced war as a national policy. A nation cannot go to war, except in self defense, without a breach? of honor. We have the Permanent Court of International Justice, popularly known as the World Court, at the Hague, Holland. where the govern- ments of the world have been growing accustomed to take their diffi- culties. There are also Commissions to arbitrate disputes and a whole network of treaties binding the individual nations to arbitrate and settle disputes amicably. "Public Opinionntsummed up the situation by declaring, "And all this mighty question comes back at last to me, Public Opinion. What am I to say? We have today what we did not have in 1914, a choice between two systems. On the one hand, the institutions through which all disputes may be settled by conference, conciliation, and law, on the other, the system that depends for safety upon high explosives, poison gas, and the most terrible weapons of destruction the mind of man can invent. Which is it to be? The next Conference at Geneva will listen to hear what you say." 47 Clyde Shannon William McBurney Gertrude Graham Edith Ziegler Jane Allen Eugene Moffatt Ruth Ritchie Kimmel Barbour Sara McKee George Robertson 48 5 Robert Snyder Madelyn Nicholson Sam Gaston Ruth Stewart Lois Marion Smith Robert Park Marian Wardman Laura Dudek Mary John 49 SENIOR ACTIVITIES THOMAS STEVENSON Class President 11255 Senatus Romanus 111-125 5 Hi-Y Club 111-1255 Student Council 111-125. THOMAS RAMBO Class President 11055 Class Vice President 1125 5 Varsity Football 110-11-125 5 Class Football 1105 Capt.5 Hi-Y 110-115. CHARLES PERELMAN Class Treasurer 11255 Student Representative 111-1255 Dramatics 111-1255 "Hay Fever" 1125. JEAN WIMER Student Council 11155 Class Secretary 11255 Senatus Romanusi 111-125 5 Girl Reserves 110-11-125. SAMUEL GASTON Hi-Y 110-11-125 Pres. 11255 Ne-ca-Hi Staff, Ed. in Chief 11255 Perge Modo Committee 11255 Model Disarmament Conf, 1125. EUGENE MOFFATT Perfect Attendance 110-1155 Debating Club 11255 Dramatics 11255 Bus. Mgr., Annual, Staff 11255 Sub-treasurer 110-115. ROBERT AIKEN Student Representative 110-1255 Band 110-11-1255 Senatus Romanus 111-1255 French Club 11255 "Hay'Fever" 1125. JANE ALLEN Gym Exhibition 11155 Model Convention 11255 Annual Staff 1125 5 Girl Reserves 11255 Monitor 1105. IDA ALEXANDER Shorthand Award 1115. DONALD ANDERSON Orchestra 110-11-1255 Varsity Football Mgr. 1125 VIRGINIA ANSELMO Art Staff 1125. PAUL ARBLASTER Class 'Representative 1105. ELIZABETH ARTZ Perfect Attendance 110-11 Shorthand Awards 111-125 Commercial Club 11055 Class Basketball 11155 Class Newcomb 1125. GENEVIEVE BAILEY Girl Reserves 11 0-1 1-125 5 Shorthand Awards 110-1 15 Gym Exhibition 1115 5 Orchestra 11 05. JOHN BALL Dramatics 11255 Squad Leader 11255 Varsity Football Mgr. 1125 Band 110-11-1255 Orchestra 111-125, ISABEL BALPH Girl Reserves 110-11-1255 Squad Leader 11255 Chorus 110-115. KIMMEL BARBOUR Art Staff 1125 . JOSEPHINE BARESH Girl Reserves 1115 5 Gym Exhibition 1115 5 Shorthand Awards I 11 1-125 JACK BARNETT Class Football 11055 Squad Leader 1125. RANDALL BECK Orchestra Mgr. 110-11-1215 Band Mgr, 110-11-1215 Squad Leader 11215 Class Football 11015 Perfect Attendance 1101. CHARLES BECKWITH Class Football 1101. GRACE BELL Class Vice President 11115 Girl Reserves 110-11-1215 Senatus Romanus 111-1215 Student Representative 1101. HARRIET BLAIR Orchestra 110-111 5 Shorthand Awards 110-111. LOIS BLAIR Chorus 11015 Glee Club 11115 Shorthand Awards 111-121. JEANNE BOOK Girl Reserves 110-111 5 Gym Exhibition 1111 5 Sub-treasurer 1121 5 Commercial Club 110-111. HAROLD BOOTH Dramatics 1121. ELIZABETH BOYD Gym Exhibition 1101 5 Perfect Attendance 1121. HAROLD BOYER Squad Leader 11215 Glee Club 111-121.5 WILLIAM BRANDT Class Basketball 110-111. THORNTON BROADBENT Perfect Attendance 1101. RUSSELL BROOKS Orchestra 110-11-121, DAVID BROWN Class Basketball 110-111. SAMUEL BUNTMAN Orchestra 110-1115 New Castle Contest 1101 5 Oil City Contest 11115 Band 1111. MARYLOU BURCKART Girl Reserves 110-1115 Squad Leader 110-11-1215 "Hay Fever" 11215 Disarmament Conference 1121 Gym Exhibition 1111. FOREST BURGO Class Basketball 1111. RUTH BUTLER Shorthand Awards 111-1215 Typing Awards 111-121. RICHARD BYERS Perfect Attendance 11015 Football Usher 110-11-1215 Basketball Usher 11115 Usher "Hay Fever" 1121. SALLY LOU BYERS Varsity Basketball 11015 Class Basketball 110-11-121 Capt 11015 Shorthand Awards 11215 Squad Leader 110-11-1215 Perfect Attendance 1101. DOROTHY CAMPBELL Girl Reserves 11015 "Once in a Blue Moon" 11015 Chorus 11015 Virgil Oration 1111. LaVANTIA CAMPBELL Girl Reserves 11215 Gym Exhibition 11 11 5 Perfect Attendance 110-111 5 Sub-treasurer 1121. LOUIS CASSELMAN Orchestra 1101 5 Perfect Attendance 1111 5 Sub-treasurer 1121. LOUIS COLELLA Student Representative 11115 Monitor 1121. JAMES CHILL Glee Club 11215 Class Football 1111 5 Class Basketball, 11015 Squad Leader 11115 Student Representative 1111. HERBERT CHRISTMAN Hi-Y 110-11-121 Sec. 11215 Squad Leader 11115 Class Football 11115 Class Will 1121. WILLIAM COOPER Class Football 110-11-1215 Class Basketball 110-11-121. Track 110-11-121. K PEARL COOPERSTEIN Shorthand Awards 111-121. PATRICK COSGROVE Student Representative 110-1115 Senior Band 110-1115 Senior Orchestra 110-1115 Class Football 1111 5 Class X,Basketball 1111. ELEANOR CRAWFORD Model Disarmament Conference DOROTHY CROMIE Senatus Romanus 111-1215 Gym Exhibition 1111. LOIS CURRY Girl Reserves 110-11-1215 Gym Exhibition 1111 5 Senatus Romanus 111-121. SALLY CUTRIGHT Squad Leader 110-11-121 Shorthand Awards 111-1215 1 Commercial Club 11051 Class Basketball 1111 5 Class Knocker 1121. EMERSON DAVIES Class Vice President 11115 Squad Leader 1111 5 Orchestra 110-1115 Glee Club 11015 Dramatics 110-11-121. 1121 CARL CUMMINS Squad Leader 111-1215 Monitor 1111. JENNIE 'DeCARBO Perfect Attendance 11115 Gym Exhibition 11115 Newcomb 11215 Class Basketball 1121. MIKE DeCARBO Varsity Football 110-11-121, Capt. 1121: Varsity Track 11215 Monitor 1111. ANNA DEEP Newcomb 11215 Basketball 111-1215 Model Disarmament Conf. 11215 Girl Reserves 110-11-1215 Perfect Atendance 1101. STELLA DeMASSI Glee Club 11015 Gym Exhibition 11115 Shorthand Awards 11215 Chorus 1121. DELBERT DENNISTON Perfect Atendance 110-1115 Senior Orchestra 110-11-1215 Hi-Y 110-1115 Oil City Contest 11115 Grove City Contest 1121. NICHOLAS DePIERO French Circle 11215 Senatus Romanus 111-121. MILDRED DEWBERRY Squad Leader 110-11-1215 Shorthand Awards 111-1215 Varsity Basketball 11015 Class Basketball 110-111 Capt. 11115 Senior A-B Basketball Coach 111-121 MYRNA DONNELLY Commercial Club 11015 Girl Reserves 110-1115 Shorthand Awards 111-1215 Type Awards 11215 Student Secretary 1121. DAN DICARLO Class Football 11155 Class Basketball 111-125 5 Perfect Attendance 110-125, HAROLD DICKSON Band 110-1155 Student Kiwanian 1125. ELIZABETH DIETTERLE Student Representative 11055 Girl Reserves 110-11-1255 Home Economics Club 1125 5 Gym Exhibition 1115. HOWARD DOUGLAS Class Basketball 11155 Squad Leader 1125 5 Monitor 110-125. LAURA DUDEK Shorthand Awards 111-1255 Perfect Attendance 1125 5 Commercial Club 11055 Art Staff 1125. WILLIAM DUFF Varsity Football 1125 5 Student Representative 110-11 Class Football 1105 5 Hi-Y 110-1155 Squad Leader 110-11-125. ADELAIDE DUTE Perfect Attendance 1105 5 Class Newcomb 1125 5 Model Disarmament Conf. 1125 Girl Reserves 11155 Gym Exhibition 1115. JAMES ELDER Student Representative 1105 5 Pres. Student Council 1125 5 Athletic Council 1125 5 Perfect Attendance 110-11-1255 Class Historian 1125. ROBERT ENGLISH Dramatics 1125. WALTER EVANS Glee Club 11255 Debating Club 1125 5 Annual Staff 1125. -125 ANNA FABIAN Perfect Attendance 1115. JAMES FAICHNEY Class Basketball 110-1255 Class Football 1115 5 New Castle Contest 1105. GERTRUDE FALLS Class Basketball 11055 Squad Leader 11255 Girl Reserves 111-1255 "Hay Fever" 1125, THOMAS FAZZONE Sub-treasurer 1115 5 Student Representative 1105 . HAROLD FOUT Glee Club 110-1155 Chorus 110-1155 Class Basketball 11155 Class Football 1115. RICHARD FRANCIS Student Representative 1105 5 Orchestra 11155 Perfect Attendance 1105. LAWRENCE GALLAGHER Class Basketball 111-1255 Class Football 1115. RUTH GARRITY Perfect Attendance 110-11-125 Gym Exhibition 11155 Disarmament Conference 1125. IRENE GORST Shorthand Awards 1125. ERNEST GASTON Student Representative 110-125 Winner Essay Contest. MICHAEL GENNAULA String Quartet 111-1255 Orchestra 110-11-1255 Band 110-11-1255 Glee Club 1105 5 Hi-Y 1105. LELLO GENSANTE Student Representative 110-115 5 Perfect Attendance 110-11-125 5 Tumbling Exhibition 1115 5 Sub-treasurer 110-11-1255 Dramatics. VICTOR GEORGE Class Football 110-1 15. FRANCES GIBSON Perfect Attendance 110-1255 Girl,Reserves 11055 Gym Exhibition 1115 5 Class Basketball 111-125. ARTHUR GORMAN Band4 and Orchestra 110-11-1255 State Contest, Philadelphia 11055 Oil City Contest 11155 Grove City Contest 1125 5 State Contest, Pittsburgh 1125. GERTRUDE GRAHAM Student Council 11155 Girl Reserves 111-1255 Chorus 110-1255 Senatus Romanus 111-1255 Annual Staff 1125. MILDRED HAY "Nautical Knot 11155 "Once in a Blue Moon 11055 Glee Club 110-1155 Perfect Attendance 110-11-1255 Home Economics Club 1125. OLIVE HAY "Once in a Blue Moon" 11055 Glee Club 110-1155 Gym Exhibition 11155 Perfect Attendance 11055 Disarmament Conference 1125. LILLIAN HEMMING Girl, Reserves 11 15 5 Gym Exhibition 11 15. RICHARD HERMANN Stage Manager 111-1255 Booth Manager 11055 Orchestra Manager 111-1255 Band Manager 111-125. EMMA HERMANN Shorthand Awards 11255 Typing Awards 111-125, KATHRYN HERMANN Shorthand Awards 1125. MARTINA HITE Chorus 11055 Dramatics 11255 Gym Exhibition 11155 Contest in New Castle 11055 Girl Reserves 1115. ALFRED HOWARD Dramatics 1125 5 Assistant Stage Manager 11155 Booth Manager 1125. MARGUERITE JENKINS Gym Exhibition 11155 Home Economics Club 110-11-125 MARY JOHNS Student Council, Treasurer 11255 French Club, Secretary 1125 5 Perfect Attendance 111-125 5 Annual Staff 1125 5 Essay, Business Organization 1115 ISABELLE JOHNSON Perfect Attendance 110-11-1255 Girl Reserves 11155 Chorus 110-1155 Dramatics 11255 Gym Exhibition 1115. CLARA JOSEPH Gym Exhibition 11155 Perfect Attendance 11155 Shorthand Award 1115. ELMA KARKI Gym Exhibition 11155 New Castle Music Contest 1105. ANN KENNEDY Orchestra 11055 New Castle Music Contest 11055 Gym Exhibition 11155 Senatus Romanus 111-1255 Girl Reserves 111-125. WILLIAM KELLY Senatus Romanus 110-11-1213 Student Representative 110-121g Squad Leader 11 11. ROBERT KILDOO Monitor 1111? Class Basketball 111-1213 Class Football 111-1213 Squad Leader 111-121. HARRIET KLINE Dramatics 110-11-1213 "Jerry" 1111Q "Hay Fever" 11213 Girl Reserves 110-11-121. RAYMOND KOELLIKER Squad Leader 1121Q Student Representative 1101. GEORGE KYLE Band 110-11-1213 State Band Contest 110-1213 Orchestra 1121. ANDREW LASKY Varsity Football 1101j Basketball 110-11-1213 Track 110-11-1213 Student Council 1111. GERALD LEMLEY Perfect Attendance 1101, ROBERT LENNIG Student Representative 1121. DAVID LERNER French Club 11213 Senatus Romanus 110-1113 Debating Club 1111. GILBERT LEVINE President French Club f1121 3 Debating Club 11213 M. Sz C. Committee 1121Q Class Basketball 1121. HAROLD LIVESAY Monitor 110-11-1213 Squad Leader 1121. FRANCES LONG Girl Reserves 110-11-121 3 Disarmament Conference 1121 3 Class Basketball 1111. EDNA LOUDON Girl Reserves 11213 Gym Exhibition 1101. JACK LYNN Student Representative 1111? Hi-Y 110-111. BETTY MacNAB Girl Reserves 110-11-121, Cabinet 1121: Gym Exhibition 1111, NICHOLAS MALIHOUTSAKIS Track 110-11-1213 Squad Leader 1111Q Debating Club 11213 Perfect Attendance 1111. NETTIE IRENE MANN Senatus Romanus 111-1213 Glee Club 110-11-121, Pianist 1121 History Essay Contest 11213 Dramatics 110-1213 Gym Exhibition 1111. Tl-IERESA MAURI Shorthand Awards 111-121 3 Perfect Attendance 110-111. DAVID McBRIDE Varsity Football Manager 1121? Athletic Council 11211 "Hay Fever" 1121j Squad Leader 111-1213 Hi-Y 1121. WILLIAM McBURNEY Perfect Attendance 110-111 3 Class Basketball 1101 3 Squad Leader 1121Q' Track 1111 3 Annual Staff Art Editor 1121. ALICE JANE McCUNE Senatus Romanus 111-121 3 Gym Exhibition 11 11 3 Dramatics 1121. MARY LOU McCAMIC Girl Reserves 110-11-125, Cabinet 111-125 3 Gym Exhibition 11153 Flag Drill 1105. LOUIS McCLEARY Philadelphia State Contest 11053 Oil City Contest 11053 Grove City Contest 11153 Pittsburgh State Contest 1125. GALE McCOY Grove City Contest 11053 Orchestra Contest New Castle 11153 Oil City Contest 11253 Pittsburgh State Contest 1125. LOUISE MQCOY Girl Reserves 110-11-125, President 1125: "Death Takes a Holiday" 11153 Student Council 11153 "Martha and George Return" 11253 Perfect Attendance 110-115. KENNETH McKAY Class Secretary 11153 Class Basketball 11253 Class Football 1115 3 Hi-Y 11053 Track 1105. OPAL McKEE Perfect Attendance 110-11-1253 Girl Reserves 110-11-1253 Gym Exhibition 1105 3 " Dramatics 1125. SARA McKEE Student Council 110-11-1253 Class President 11153 Senatus Romanus 11253 Squad Leader 11253 Annual Staff 1125. VIRGINIA McKEE Perfect Attendance 11053 Girl Reserves 11253 Senior Orchestra 110-11-125 3 Oil City Contest 11153 Grove City Contest 1125. ERNEST McMULLEN Perfect Attendance 110-115 Hi-Y 11153 Class Football 1105 3 Monitor 1105. MARY JANE METZLER Vice-President 11053 Girl Reserves 110-11-125, President 1125: Squad Leader 111-1253 Class Basketball 110-1153 Senatus Romanus 111-125, EVELYN MOORE Orchestra 110-11-1253 New Castle Contest 11053 Oil City Contest 11153 Grove City. Contest 11253 Girl Reserves 1115. MARY MOORE Sub-treasurer 1105 3 Gym Exhibition 1105 3 Girl Reserves 110-115., JOSEPHINE MORGAN Squad Leader 111-1253 Perfect Attendance 111-125 Gym Exhibition 11153 Flag Drill 1115. WILLIAM MURDOCK Class Basketball 111-125. GEORGE MUSE Senatus Romanus 11153 Track Manager 11253 Class Basketball 11253 Class Treasurer 11153 Student Council 1125. GRETCHEN MYERS Glea Club 111-1253 Dramatics 11053 Chorus 11153 Girl Reserves 110-1153 Gym Exhibition 1115. CARL NATALE Shorthand Awards 1125 3 Monitor BARBARA NESBIT Girl Reserves 110-11-121, Cabinet 1111: Class Basketball 110-11-1213 Sub-treasurer 1121Q Gym Exhibition 1111. HEDWIG NEUGEBAUER Shorthand Awards 1111. GEORGE NICHOLLS Perfect Attendance 110-11-1213 Squad Leader 1111i Class Football Monitor 111-121. MADALYN NICHOLSON Squad Leader 111-1213 Gym Exhibition, 1111 3 National Art Prize 11213 Art Staff 11213 Home Economics Club 1121. VILHO NIEMI Perfect Attendance 110-121. MARY ELIZABETH NORRIS Perfect Attendance 110-11-121 Gym Exhibition 1111Q Poppy Day Drive 110-111. ROBERT PARK Perfect Attendance 1111 3 Student Secretary 11113 Shorthand Awards 11213 Annual Staff 111-1213 Monitor 1111. GEORGIA PARKER "Once in a Blue Moon" 11013 "Nautical Knot" 11113 Disarmament Conference 11213 Girl Reserves 110-11-1213 Debating Club 1121. ALBERT PERELMAN Class Prophet 11213 Dramatics 110-11-1213 "Hay Fever" 11213 "Jerry" 11113 Class Football 1111, WILLIAM PATTERSON Class Basketball 111-1213 Track 1111Q Class Football 1111. MARY PRESTON Shorthand Awards 11113 Gym Exhibition 1101Q 3 Squad Leader 111-1213 Commercial Club 110-1113 Sub-treasurer 1121. DAVID PROVANCE Hi-Y 110-11-1213 Glee Club 110-1113 New Castle Contest 11013 "Let's All Get Married" 1121. RICHARD QUINN Class Football 1101. GEORGE RAMSEY Class Football 1111 3 Class Basketball 11013 Squad Leader 1111. EVELYN RANEY Squad Leader 110-11-1213 Class Basketball 110-11-1213 Dramatics 11113 Senior Life Saving 11213 Home Economics Club 111-121 ROBERT RAY Class Football 1111 3 Perfect Attendance 111-1213 Library Assistant 11213 Squad Leader 1111. FRANK REED Class Football 1111 3 Class Basketball 111-1213 Squad Leader 1111. FRANK RIEG Perfect Attendance 11113 Squad Leader 110-1113 Dramatics 11213 "Jerry" 1111Q Monitor 110-111. WELLINGTON RIGGANS Squad Leader 1111. EMILY REYNOLDS Class Secretary 1101 5 Dramatics 1111 5 Girl Reserves 110-11-121, Cabinet 110-1115 Chorus 110-1115 "Nautical Knot" 1101. RUTH RICHIE Type Awards 11015 Student Secretary 11115 Newcomb 1121. GEORGE ROBERTSON Art Staff 11215 Hi-Y ALICE ROBSON Gym Exhibition 11115 Home Economics Club 1111. ROBERT ROWAN Jeannette High School 19-101 5 Science Club 1111. CHARLES RUMSTAY Commercial Club 11015 Perfect Attendance 110-11-121 Squad Leader 1111. HELEN RUSSO Shorthand Awards 111-121 5 Perfect Attendance 1101 5 Class Basketball 110-111. VERA SALOMON Shorthand Awards 111-1215 Type Awards 11115 Student Secretary 11215 Perfect Attendance 1101, GUIDO SCARAZZO Class Treasurer 11015 Chorus 11015 Glee Club 11115 Track 110-11-121. JOSEPH SERAFINO Student Representative Perfect Attendance 110-121. MAXINE SHOAFF Perfect Attendance 111-121. CLYDE SHANNON Class Basketball 11215 Representative 1101 5 Annual Staff 1121 5 Hi-Y 1101. AGNES SHOOK Perfect Attendance 111-1215 Newcomb 11215 Basketball 1121 5 Gym Exhibitions 1101. JEWEL SKANESKY Shorthand Awards 111-121. GRETCHEN SMITH "Hay Fever" 11215 Student Representative 11215 Girl Reserves, Cabinet 11215 Squad Leader. ' JANE SMITH Perfect Attendance 11015 Gym Exhibition 1111. KATHERINE SMITH Shorthand Awards 11215 Art Award 1121. LOIS MARION SMITH Student Representative 11215 Girl Reserves 110-11-1215 Chorus 110-1215 Annual Staff 11215 B. P. W. Eng. Prize' Glee Club. ROBERT SNYDER Commercial Club 1101 5 Perfect Attendance 110-1115 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 5 News Reporter 1121. RUTH STEWART Art Awards 11015 Gym Exhibitions 11015 Art staff 11215 Perfect Attendance 1101.. FLORENCE TERZIAN Perfect Attendance 110-11-121 Shorthand ,Awards 1121. ELIZABETH TONTSCH Shorthand Award 11115 Girl Reserves 1101. PHYLLIS VAN HORN Shorthand Award 1121. RUTH VAN HORN Dramatics 11215 Gym'AEXhibition 1111. MARION WARDMAN Perfect Attendance 11015 Art Staff 11215 Art Award 1121, JOE WELLER Band 110-11-121. JOHN WHITE Perfect Attendance 11015 Football 11015 Varsity 1S1 11115 Track 1S1 1101. ROBERT WILKINS Class Treasurer 11015 Hi-Y Treasurer 110-11-1215 Student Representative 110-111g "Let's All Get Married" 1121. VIRGINIA WIMER "Nautical Knot" 11015 Girl Reserves 110-11-1215 Dramatics 11215 "Hay Fever" 1121. CLEORA WILLIAMS Class Basketball 110-11-121 Squad Leader 111-1215 Gym Exhibition 1101. MARGARET WILLIAMS Glee Club 110-11-1215 Chorus 110-1115 Girl Reserves. JAMES WILLIAMSON Dramatics. MARY WISOSKY Girl Reserves 11015 Perfect! Attendance 1101 . HAROLD WORKMAN Class Football 11015 Varsity 111-1215 Mock Convention 1121. AMY WRIGHT Perfect Attendance 11 01. RUSSELL YOUNG Squad Leader 111-121. EDITH ZIEGLER French Club 11215 Dramatic Club 11215 Annual Staff 11215 News Reporter 11215 Gym Exhibition 1111. JOHN ZIEGLER Shorthand Awards 1101. CARL GASTON History Prize, DAILY BL JANUARY 27, 1948 Warm Today--Snow Tomorrow No Change in Temperature MURDER TRIAL NOW ON The sensational trial of one Patrick Cosgrove for the murder of a cat is now on. Judge Mof- fatt and the two lawyers-George Muse and James Williamson- are in an open battle. The weep- ing testimony of Cosgrove's wife, formerly Miss Opal McKee, has been given. The defendant was asleep, as usual, when two cats began to fight. The man tossed out an alarm clock and one of the pus- seys died from the shock. Chief of Police Dave McBride arrested Cosgrove for cat slaughter. The Woman's Welfare for Stray Fe- lines is pressing the case against him. WHAT WILL THE VER- DICT BE? -:o:- DIVORCE GRANTED Harold Dixon and Edith Zeig- ler Dixon have been granted a divorce. Mr. Dixon claimed that his wife never allowed him a fifth piece of mince pie, and that she made him arise before noon to look for work. Mrs. Dixon stated that her hus- band's singing gave her harden- ing of the arteries and that he and many vices. "Some of them are," she said, "Drinking fmilk we supposej, smoking a cigarette once a month, and saying 'Oh, Shoot!'." Judge Moffatt shook hands with Mr. Dixon as he granted the divorce. CONGRESS DEBATING BILL President Herbert Christman now has the power of vetoing a bill effecting the self-respecting chicken move in this country. Speaker of the House John Ball gave a thrilling speech, and as a result the bill was passed. The advisor to the President, Thomas Fazzone, and the Vice- President, Lois Blair, are both in favor of the bill, which forbids hen-pecked husbands to sleep in the chicken coop. A worthy movement! -:o:- AIRPLANE ACCIDENT Miss -Grace Bell, a divorcee, was in an airplane crash last Fri- day. Her school-day sweetheart, Louis Colella, took her up in his new plane. As the machinery was quite complicated, it could not be run with one hand. Of course the plane crashed. The plane broke through the roof of a shanty-the home of "Hermit Michael Gennaula", one of Miss Bell's former husbands. He was naturally surprised. When Miss Bell's four other husbands heard of the crash, they rushed to the scene of the trag- edy. Miss Bell held a reception, and everyone enjoyed himself. -:o:- A brand new hair dye has been invented by Miss Eleanor Gibson for the use of blonds and red- heads. -CAdvt.D DAILY BLAB PERSONAL MENTION Miss Lois Marion Smith is hav- ing a screen test. A movie pro- ducer discovered her washing windows on the top floor of the Empire State building. 0:0 Mr. S. P. Gaston and his wife are hitch-hiking to Canary Is- lands, where Gaston will leave his wife with her relatives for a time. 0:0 Miss Sara McKee is engaged to be married to a Frenchman, Mon- sieur Tres Beaucoup de L'Argent. All the girls of Europe were after him, but Sara's mysterious, al- luring eyes caught his fancy. 0:0 Dr. C. Rumstay has left to re- sume his studies of Chinese eye- lashes. o:o I ' The Perelman twins are now acting in vaudeville. In a letter to a friend, one remarked that sweeping a theatre is very hard Xvorkvkvlfblevkvkvkl o:o Elizabeth Tontsch is now the chief secretary to the President of United States. As he is yet unmarried il' I I I I . o:o Rev. Donald Rhodes and his wife, formerly Miss Virginia Wi- mer, are attending a ministerial convention. oto W. W. Duff is now coaching a junior high football team in Iowa. The salary is 9520 a month. Keep it up, Bill! 0:0 Charles Beckwith is running a ladies' dress shop in New Wil- mington. Just his line. ADVERTISEMENTS Come to see Mr. R. K. Aiken's rodeo! Wild horses and cattle of all kinds. See Miss Anna Kenne- dy ride a donkey! Admission five cents to the greatest show in history. o:o A TOUCHING REPRODUC- TION of the movie THEIR FIRST YEAR will be shown at the new Howard Douglas Theatre. Jeanne Book and Jack Christie are the stars. o:o BE MADE BEAUTIFUL! Just call the Frances E. Long Beauty Salon, and ask for the proprietor. After several treatments, beauty, such as the owner has, is assured. o:o THIE LOUIS McCLEARY BOOK SHOP is guaranteed to be a quiet, enticing place for great thinkers. o:o Listen in at 7:15 tonight. Hear George Kyle, the new Lowell Thomas, broadcast. o:o COSMETICS on sale cheap! ...... Virginia Anselmo Shoppe. o:o For a competent, low voiced, quiet trained nurse, call Mildred Dewberry. -.o.- WORLD! ! ! STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! THE DEPRESSION IS OVER! The January Class of 1933 is about to break forth, and take charge of affairs. Three nuts and a can. The camera doesn't lie. Voltex Back and feet of Gentle Cowboy. Kimmel Barbour Sonny Robertson Ruth Garrity A couple 0' bums. Sonny and His Pal. Home on the ranch. Cleora Williams and Bob Allen Il Penseroso Ruth Stewart Look me over. Albert Felix 62 Me and My Shadow Walter Huffman A rock among rocks. Eugene Moffatt COMPARISONS Jimmy Walker-George Muse Red Grange-Tom Rambo Tom Mix and Tony-Bob Aiken and Suave Minerva-Gertrude Graham Cupid-Tommy Fazzone Hiawatha-Clyde Shannon A1 Capone-Adolph Cimini Fu Manchu-Dave McBride Elizabeth Barrett Browning-Isabelle Johnson Gabriel-Joe Serafino Daniel Webster--Bill Kelly Diana, the Huntress-Jane Allen Marlene Dietrich--Harriet Kline John D. Rockefeller-Bill Ice Janet Gaynor-Gretchen Smith Dr. Doolittle-Donald Rhodes Barnum 8z Bailey-Chuck and Al Perelman "The Thinker"-Howard Douglass John Alden-Bob Ray Aesop-Ruth Van Horn Harold Lloyd-Sam Gaston "The Thinker"-Howard Douglas John Barrymore-Albert Perelman Joe E. Brown-George Muse Tom Mix and Tony-Robert Aiken Gary Cooper-Don Rhodes Fred Marsh-Bill Kelly Greta Garbo-Marylou Burkart Joan Crawford-Harriet Kline Clark Gable-Bill Duff Durante-JoeSerafino Herbert Hoover-Tom Stevenson Al Capone-Adolph Cimini Laurel and Hardy-Douglas and Dixon Jimmy Gleason-Gardner Winchell-Snyder -o : o-o:o- A KISS A kiss is a funny thing, of no use to one yet perfect bliss for two. A small boy asks for it, a young man lies for it, and an old man must buy itg It is the baby's right and a loVer's privilege. To a young lady, it's-faith, to a married lady it's-hope, and to an old lady it's- charity. A kiss is an anatomical juxtaposition of two orbicular muscles coming into the state of contraction. -MARY B. JOHNS 63 RAVIN' Once upon a school day dreary, as we gossiped, weak and weary Over many a dull and curious volume of library's lore- As we sat there, gayly scrapping, suddenly there came a tapping, As of some one loudly rapping, rapping on the annex door. Only this and nothing more. Ah, distinctly I remember it was in the dread September, And each melancholy pupil wrought his shadow on the floor. Eagerly we were discussing-vainly all of us were fussing. Not of books were we discussing, fpolitics are all a borel But of movie stars galore. Suddenly the door flew open, all of us deserted fun then. In there stepped a stately maiden of the saintly ways of yore. Not the least obeisance made she, not a minute stopped or stayed she, But with mien of lordf or lady, stepped inside the lib'ry door ,- Stood and looked and nothing more. Then Miss Westlake, her foot stamping, made us all feel like decamping By reprimanding one who talked the least of all. "For one month you shan't come back here-so no more I'll hear your clack here I" And the names of the five persons she did call. Thus she made us all feel small. Exactly when the bell rang, to our feet the whole group sprang, And loudly remonstrated this monstrosity. To our classes fast we hurried, and arrived there somewhat flurried. But our class from out that shadow of severity Shall be lifted-nevermore. -JERRY. -o:o-o:o- PROPGSITIGN Theorem-If you love a girl she loves you. Given-You love a girl. To Prove-That she loves you. Proof: 1. All the world loves a lover. ............... ........................ S hakespeare 2. Your girl is all the world to you ................................................ evident 3. Your girl loves a lover ........................ ........... s ubstitute Q21 in C15 4. You are a lover .......................................... .................... ............ h y pothesis Conclusion: Therefore your girl loves you. -o:o-o:o- It has been going around that Joe E. Brown uses a broom to brush his teeth. -o:o-o:o- Some girls say they are outspoken, but not by anyone we know. 64 DIRECTORY Best-dressed Girl ........ ................................................... Best-dressed Boy .................. Most egotistical Boy ................... Most egotistical Girl .................................... Girl-with-most-beautiful-eyes ......................... Girl-with-most-pleasant-disposition . .......... Boy-with-most-pleasant-disposition ...... Most popular teacher ............................... Most popular study ................................... Most popular slange expression ......... Most interesting love affair .............. Prettiest Girl ......................................... Handsomest Boy ............................. Most Popular Girl ........... Most Popular Boy ........... Girl with most "it" ...... . Boy with most "it" .... . Most Original Girl ........ Most Original Boy .......... Boy with most Pep ........ Biggest Girl Flirt ........ Biggest Boy Flirt ......... Most Sarcastlc Girl ....... .............. Most Sarcastic Boy ......... .................................................. -OIO-0IO- MISTAKES Grace Bell Davy McBride "Beanie" Moffatt Mary Moore Louise McCoy Sara McKee Herbert Christman Miss McClaren Pep Chapel Aw, yer nerts! Christy-Book Jane Allen John Ball Mary Jane Metzler Tom Stevenson Gretchen Smith Bill McBurney Harriet Kline Don Rhodes Peewee Davies Ruth Van Horn Robert Ray Virginia Wimer William Kelly When a Plumber makes a mistake, he charges twice for it. When a Lawyer makes a mistake, it is just what he wanted, because he has a chance to try the case all over again. When a Carpenter makes a mistake, it is just what he expected. When a Doctor makes a mistake, he buries it. When a Judge makes a mistake, it becomes the law of the land. When a Preacher makes a mistake, nobody knows the difference. When an Electrician makes a mistake, he blames it on induction, no- body knows what that means. But when an Annual Staff makes a mistake-Good Night! -o:o-o:o- Is it David Brown or Red? Sally Cutright or Cut wrong? Is it Rose Rice or Barley? Carl Cummings or Goings? Is it Evelyn Raney or Snowy? Edna Loudon or Soften? Is it Victor George or Mike? Lillian Hemming or Stitching? Is it Anna Deep or Shallow?4 Agnes Shook or Shake? Is it Kenneth McKay or Decay? Grace Bell or Church Bell? -O I O10 IO- The wife: "I think, dear, we ought to have a new car." The husband: "Not until I've finished paying installments on the car I exchanged for the car I sold in part payment of' the car we've got now." 65 --London Sketch. Johnny: "Should a person be punished for something he hasn't done?" Teacher: "Certainly not." Johnny: "Well, I haven't done my geometry." -o:o--o:o- Bob: "Gramps, did you once have hair like snow?" Grampa: "Yes, my boy." Bob: "Well, who shoveled it off?" -o:o-o:o- Murphy was a new cavalry recruit and was given one of the worst horses in the troop. "Remember," said the sergeant, "no one is allowed to dismount without orders." Murphy was no sooner in the saddle than the horse kicked and Murphy went over his head. "Murphy!" yelled the sergeant, when he discovered him lying breathless on the ground, "You dismounted!" "I did." Did you have orders?" "I did." C6 ll From Headquarters?" No, sir, from hindquartersf' -o:o-o:o- Tommy, isn't it rather extravagant to eat both butter and jam on your bread at the same time?" "Oh, no, mother. It's economy. You see, the same piece of bread does for both." CC 66' --o:o-o:o- If silk is made from silk worms are tape measures made from tape worms? -o:o-o:o- Guess what I am going to do this summer? Nothing would surprise me. Then you are going to be absolutely startled. -o:o-o:o- Is Dave McBride a good driver? Say when the road and he turns at the same time, it's a coin- cidence. -o:o-o:o- Bridie: "Remember that football teaches individuality, initiative, and leadership. Now get in there and do exactly as I tell you." -o:o-o:o- I-Iave you heard the last Ford joke? I hope so. Uram rushing into the room as Ray is reading New York Times, says, "Let me see it?" Ray answers, "Wait a minute, Johnny. They haven't heard of you in New York yet." -o:o-o:o- Scoots Nelson in Chemistry class: "Gretchen Smith, I think you ought to be able to tell us something about magnetism." 66 E..-.......,'. -4--l Where's Ann? Anna Kennedy Mary Moore Pleasing Savage. Evelyn Raney Wood Simp, Walter Evans Hold Your Ears! fThe Bandj Ain't Nature Grand? Mary E. Norris Luv! Opal 8x Virginia McKee 67 Little Flirt! Edith Zeigler Oh, Ye Shades of Zeigfield! Emily Reynolds Of Such Are Spirits! Frank Reig W. O ,TVN N, DOES ANYONE KNOW? Where Tom Stevenson gets his drag with the females? Where Bill McBurney gets his neckties? Why Davy McBride goes to fires? The size of Don Rhodes' feet? Why Charlie Perelman asks so many foolish questions? Why Hump Gardner doesn't comb his hair? How many times Beanie Moffatt has tried to raise a moustache? Miss Johnston's system of grading? What Gil Levine is talking about? Why Lois Smith talks so much? When Delbert Denniston is going to get married? -o:o-o:o- UPON DEPARTURE For twelve long years we've planed away Without reward or pay At studies so extremely hard That they our pleasures barred. With stout hearts strong and very brave We've heard the teachers rave. And grave insults we always bore When they would scold and roar. With many teachers, books, and schools, And likewise tests and rules VVe've suffered and we'Ve struggled on. But now we see the dawn: Our class of nineteen-thirty-three Will graduate, and free Themselves from all the care and woe That made their spirits low. Then, won't you Sophomores, Juniors too And Senior B's-yes, you, Feel badly when we graduate, And Ne-Ca-Hi vacate! So come on, Seniors, let's be gladg Desert expressions sad! If parting fills you with remorse, Remember-P. G. course. -ISTABELLE JOHNSON -o:o-o:o-- Alderman addressing the people, "Let's put our heads together and make a concrete road." 68 SNOW Snow all pure and white Is lying on the ground. Snow that sends a light To regions all around. Snow that's here and there When through the air it flies. Snow that's everywhere When on the ground it lies. Snow that freezes-chills Small fingers shaping balls. Snow that inspires! thrills! As it the athlete calls. Snow all crisp and cold In shining drifts is rolled. Snow that falls on land In winter beauty grand. -ISABELLE JOHNSON 1-020-020-- THE INQUIRING REPORTER Question. What type of girls do you prefer? Answer. a. Sam Gaston ....... ................................................... I prefer brunettes b. Bill Duff ................... ........ A ny kind, it doesn't matter to me c. Tom Stevenson ........ ................ T he Sophomores are the best Question. Who is the greatest genius now living? Answer. a. Gretchen Smith ....... ............ H -- S-l b. Adolf Cimini .......... ....... G enius, Whats dat? c. Eugene Moffott ......................... ............................ M yself of course Question. What is the result of the Mangus effect? Answer. a. Dave McBride .................................................................. Why-yes and no b. Bill Kelly ............... The one defect of the Mangus principle is that it is tooxefficient. By this I mean there could never be enough air supplied to the rotors to furnish the rotors with the work that they need. c. Karl Cummings .......................................... Get out of here, t8zS'f -o:o-o:o-- If a body see a body Flunking in a quiz And a body help a body Is it anybody's biz? 69 For Laundresses Architects ........ Cooks .............. Soldiers ......... Politicians .. Borrowers .... Policemen ............ Stock Brokers Shoemakers Burglars ............ Tourists .................................... Beauties ................................................ BIRTH--STONES The Soapstone The Cornerstone The Puddingstone The Bloodstone The Blarneystone The Touchstone The Pavingstone The Curbstone The Cobblestone The Keystone The Yellowstone The Peachstone Editors fSam Gastonj .................. .......... T he Grindstone Motorists fDave McBrideJ ........ .......... T he Milestone Pedestrians .......................................................... .......... T he Tombstone -o:o-o:o- Are you sure this ham was cured? Yes, sir. Well it has suffered a relapse. -o:o-o:o- You can tell a Sophomore as far away as you can see, but you can't tell a Senior anything. -o:o-o:o- Miss Johnson: "Who can tell me who Shylock was?" Pupil, sitting near a drought: "Ah Choo!" Miss Johnson: "Correct" -o:o-o:o- How many Lapps to the mile are there in Lappland? -o:o-o zo- ' The scientist that says that a spoonful of water contains 270,000 potential horsepower dosen't mean water. -o:o-o:o- Coach: "Smoking, hey!" Rambo: "No, Camels." -o:o-o:o- You've been convicted fourteen times of this offenseg aren't you ashamed to own to that? No, your worship, I don't think one ought to be ashamed of his convictions. -o:o-o:o- What do you think of Hooverls Pan-American policy? I thot that the Pan-American policy was Menckens. -o:o-o:o-- Did you see that charming girl smile at me? Yes, the first time I saw you, I, too, had to smile. -o:o-o:o-- I can't eat this stuff. Never mind, I have some lovely recipes for left-overs. In that case I'll eat it now. 73 When We Were Very Young. Jeanne Book and Marylou Burkart Ain't We Cute? Evelyn Moore and Dot Cromie Straight from Hollywood Dorothy Campbell Feet First! Bob Ray The Farmerette Eleanor Crawford Whatta Figure! Gilbert Levine 71 Remember! Harriet and Lois Blair Need Company! Robert Rowan Ain't We Got Fun? Julia Ann McCoy, Gretchen Myers, Emily Reynolds Myrna Donnelly THE CLASS GF THIRTY THREE Of all the classes that you'll see The very best is thirty-three. We entered here three years ago And made it hum We've let you know. In all our sports and Work and play, We did our best from day to day. Of all the things we undertook, We've done eneough to fill a book. The teachers all do love us so That now they hate to see us go. We leave behind their faces fair As they look for us With a vacant stare. But now at last since school is done And Time has got us on the run, Reluctantly we bid adieu Because at last this class is thru. -o:o-o:o- A MEAT-EORIC SHOWER The baby rolls upon the floor, Kicks up his tiny feet, And pokes his toe into his mouth Thus making both ends meet. The dog, attached to a tin pail, Goes howling down the street, And, as he madly bites his tail, He maketh both ends meet. The butcher slays the pensive pig, Cuts off his ears and feet, And grinds them into a sausage big- Thus making both ends meet. The farmer coops his duck and hens, Feeds them with corn and Wheatg The means must justify the ends, For thus he makes them meat. -o:o-o:o- CGoing home from school in the rain.J Kenneth McKay Cafter offering slicker to a fair maiden with no coatl "Gosh! I never thought I'd be a Raleigh", -o:o-o:o- Tom Stevenson: "I love you so much I would lay down my life for you." Lil Dietterle: "Yes, but would you pull up your socks?" 72 POPULAR MAGAZINES Life ..................................... Ernest McMullen Pathfinder .................... ................................... M iss Taylor Good Housekeeper ........ Mary Elizabeth Norris American Boy .......... - .................... Tom Stevenson Modern Priscilla ........ Pictorial Review .... Judge ......................................... Review of Reviews Musican ................................... Scientific American Virginia Wimer Virginia McKee Semester Exams. Arthur Gorman Clyde Shannon Isabelle Johnson Poetry ................................................................................. Smart Set ....................... Little Folks ......... Miss Calvin' s P. O. D. Students Sophomore B's Everybody's ...................................... ......................... C hapel Harper's .................................................. ............................ F acuity Woman's Home Companion ...... ............................ J oe Weller American ................................................. ........ J oseph Bumbulucz Cosmopolitan ......... . ..... ............................... B ill Duff Forum ...................... .......................................................... A gainst 'em Scholastic ......... ......................,...,....................... L . Marion Smith -o:o-o:o- KINDRED SPIRITS A private sought his captain with a convincing tale about a sick wife, breaking her heart for his presence. The officer, familiar with the soldier's ways, replied: "I am afraid you are not telling the truth. I have just received a letter from your wife urging me, not to let you come home because you get drunk, break furniture, and mistreat her shamefullyf' The private saluted and started to leave the room. He paused at the door, saying, "Sir, may I speak to you, not as an officer, but as man to man?" "Yes, what is it?" "Well, sir, what I am after saying is this-" approaching the captain and lowering his voice- "You and I are two of the most elegant liars the Lord ever made. I'm not married at all." -o:o--o:o- "What's happened, George?" she asked her husband, who had got out of the car to investigate. "Puncture," he said briefly. "You ought to have been on thez lookout for this," was the help- ful remark. "You remember the guide warned you that there was a fork in the road." -o:o-o:o- Evelyn Moore: "We didn't hear the taps at all, but they were pretty, weren't they?" -o:o-o:o- Gretchen Smith: "I don't know what to do with my week-end." Virginia Wimer: "Put your hat on it." 73 One begins to see a certain resemblance about that passport photo- graph after twelve hours at see. -ozo-o zo- Well, well, evanescent my old friend Tom. -o:o-o:o-- The more experience that some boys have with lipstick, the more distasteful they find it. -o : o-o:o- Lindsey is an authority on marriage, divorces and crime in general. -o : o-o:o- How can I keep fish from smelling in warm weather? Well, you can cut off their noses. -o:o-o:o- Seen at a downtown store-a Pawnbroker's sign: "See Me At Your Earliest Inconvenience !" It's true, pawn my word, yes. -o:o-o:o- Mohammed once said, "If that queen doesn't marry me, I'm going to Mecca. -o:o-o:o- Have you heard the latest hic-cup song? "Hic-cups the Bride." -o:o-o:o-- Advertisement in paper: "Eskimo Spitz Pups for Ten Dollars Apiecef' -o:o-o:o- Have you heard the latest Scotch joke? I hope so. -o:o-o:o- Strangler Lewis is the best practical Choker in the United States. -o:o-o:o-- Our idea of a man going down in defeat is one with falling arches. -ozo-o:o-Q Why are you a barber? For the shear pleasure of it. -o:o-o:o- How do you know this rock is not quartz? Oh, I just took it for granite. -o:o-o:o- After that New Year's game, we are beginning to believe that "Pitt" is really a horrid word. -o:o-o:o- Origin of famous sayings: "You simply slay me"-Goliath to David. "Shall I take any off on top?"-Delilah, awakening Samson. "Ain't that hot?"-Nero, violin virtuoso. -ozo-0 zo- We wonder if a policeman's uniform is a law suit. -o:o-o:o- And do you mean to tell me that you laughed in the face of death. Laugh? I thot I'd die. 74 The Curb Market. Virginia Wimer, Louise McCoy, Mary Metzlei' and Harriet Kline Going Up I Sam Gaston Yoo Hoo! Mister! Tom Stevenson, John Ball, Charles Perelman Toothpaste Ad. Louise McCoy and Mary Jane Metzlei' Stick 'em Up! Joe Serafino, Bill McBurney Two qleat Feats! Louis Lerner and Tom Stevenson 75 This Is So Sudden! Annual Staff Gimme a Bite? Guess Who! Believe It or Not! Tom Stevenson, Bill McBurney, Gil Levine ADVERTISEMENTS I . D I V O R S E M , Att'y at Law Unsurpassed for all Divorce Cases We handle all the unpleasant details 390,000 secured last year for Alimony iloi-l L E E V E M , Att'y at Law Dissatisfied with your Wife, are you? Leave her and leave it to us 390,000 saved on alimony yearly .-.TO?...l WILL BREAKER, Att'y at Lavv Don't be cheated out of your birth right See Us We can get your inheritance-for you or for us. -o:o-o:o-- ENGLISH DEFINITIONS Ode .................................................................. ........ I sabelle Johnson Elegy to A Mountain Daisy .......... ............... D on Rhodes A simple lyric ....................................... ................ J im Elder Novel ...,.................................. .............. J ean Wimer Masque ....................................... ......... R uth VanHorn Dramatic Monologue ........ .....,.. G ilbert Levine Chronicle ................,............ .................... B ill Kelly Comic Episode ....... ......... D ave McBride Renaissance ......... ..................... B ob Park Farce ................. .................................... H ovvard Douglas Tragedy ......... ....................................... C harles Rumstay Interlude ........ ....... M ary Moore and Ken McKay Epic .......... ....... ........................................... G e rtrude Falls Satire .......................................................................................... Sally Cutright -o:o-o:o- If you see anyone Who can eat corn on the cob gracefully, you may be sure that he is a piccolo player in the band. -o:o-o:o- Shall I brush you off, sir? Never mind. I'llY climb off like the rest of the passengers. -o:o--o:o- Womanis Home Companion-Baby. -o:o-o:o- She Was just a little: Weenie and he was her hot dog. -o:o-o:o- Jack'Christie Cproposingjz "Wilt thou?" Jeanne Book: "Say, I'm no flower, and if I were I vvouldn't Wilt for you." 76 GUR LIBRARY Paradise Regained ....................,................................................ .......... J eanne Book The Innocents Abroad ......... .......................................................... R andall Beck The Crisis ...................................... ...................................................... J anuary 27, 1933 Just Suppose ............................................. Lois Marion Smith and Dave Lerner The Deserted Village ...................................................... Ne-Ca-Hi at 4:15 P. M. Far From the Madding Crowd ........... ............................ D etention Hall The Dialogues of Plato ............................ ................. C harles Perelman A Woman Named Smith .................................. ......... K atherine Smith The First Violin ............................,............................... ................ M ike Gennaula The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table ........... .......... D elbert Denniston Sentimental Tommy ................................................. ....................... M r. Kelly The Story of the Cowboy ....... .......... M r. Lingerman Twice Told Tales ...................... .......... M r. Sheaffer A Friend of Caesar ................................................... ....... M iss Rogers Captain Blood ....................................................................... ...... M iss Rhodes The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come .......... ...... M r. Gardner Creative Chemistry .......................,.............................. .......... Mr. Weide Travels With a Donkey .......... ................... M r. Nelson Country Gentleman ................. ........ T om Stevenson The Sketch Book ......... ...... D ave McBride Silas Marner ............................................ ..................... M r. Orth Little Men ...................................................... ....... L elo Gensante Here, There and Everywhere ......... ........... S ara McKee Little Woman ............................................. ..................... M ary Johns Public Speaking Made Easy ....... ...... C harles Perelman Smoky ............................................................ ................... J ohn Uram Love's Labor Lost ....... ................ T om Rambo Vanity Fair .................. ...... V irginia Wimer So Big ............................ ......... ......... T h omas Fazzone Rip Van Winkle ................................................................................................ Karl Hallgren -o:o-o:o- READ THIS IF YGU CAN O, MLE what XTC I always feel when UICQ I used to rave at LN's eyes, 4 LC I gave countless sighs, 4 KT 2 and LNB I was a keen competitor. But each now's a non-NTT 4 UXL them all, U C. -o:o-o:o- Is that clock right over there? Where do you think it is, in Europe? -o:o-o:o- Now little Soph A Don't be too bold You're only a Soph B One-half a year old. 77 My Scotch boy friend sent me his picture. How does it look? I don't know, I havenlt had it developed yet. -o:o-o:o- That drummer gets three hundred dollars a week in that orchestra. A good racket to be in. -o:o-o:o- How much did Philadelphia Pa? How much does Columbus O? How many eggs did New Orleans La? What grass did Joplin Mo? We call Minneapolis Minn, Why not Annapolis Ann? If you can't tell the reason why, I expect Topeka Kan. -o:o-o:o- A dollar goes a long ways nowadays, doesn't it? Yes, it goes so far that it never comes back. -o:o-o:o- Only four hundred of a certain high priced automobile are to be made in 1933, it is stated. It looks as if the bootleg business is be- ginning to feel the depression too. -o:o-o:o- Yes, I came thru the war without a scratch. Is that so? Cooties must not bother you, eh? -o:o-o:o- Soph: "I believe this school is haunted." Jr: "Why?', Soph: "They're always talking of school spirit." -o:o-o:o- Elizabeth Tontsch: "Robert Louis Stevenson was candihapped by poor health." --o:o-o:o- Love is idol talk. -o:o-o:o- Father CAngrily to his daughter who had just come in at 2 A. MJ : "Good morning, child of Satan!" Daughter: "Good morning, papa." -o:o-o:o- Peter as someone was knocking at the Gate of Heaven: 'fWho's there?" A Voice: "It is I." Peter: "Sorry, we have enough school teachers now." -o:o-o:o- The hostess, wishing to make all her guests feel at home, said: "I am at home myself, and I wish you all were." -o:o-o:o- Which pole does the Hydrogen go to? Negative. Are you sure? Positive. 78 .f""I- 'W ll I was -N'wg.,,,afv A ,xv V, ' ,.,' qm.:uy,,p"',,- -- SUPERIOR PHOTOGRAPHS An Everlasting Gift, a fine Photograph made by BILE'S ART SHOP UVx : CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES January Class of I933 SEAVY'S STUDIO . Wm 3 5 I I I fi 3 3 E 5 .fu 1 19032:- Vw J' JF'-A-f"Q' ymfdkx 5. I I I I ,I a 5 1 e I I A CALAMITY Mary had a wad of gum, It was white as snow. And everywhere that Mary went The gum was sure to go. It followed her to school one day It was against the rule Mr. Nelson took the gum away, And chewed it after school. -o:o-o:o- One of our tuition Sophomores staying with relatives in New Castle, wrote home: Dear Folks: I do not think I will come home Saturday like I had wrote to you I would cause we got a very important football game at Washington that day and I have got a ride there with some fellows whose own a car. They's going to take me there and bring me back and alls I got to do is buy their tickets to the game and buy their meals. They is only' four off them and it won't cost much and I think they is sappy to let me off so cheap but I'se too smart to tell them so, if they says so I would buy the gasgtoo. I has been doing better in school than I were because I am not standing on the street corner with a lot of fellows that stand on the street corners and settle football games and talk about their wrins and everything as much as I was. One of the teachers told me I could spend this evening with her in Study III. She even gave me a slip to get in to be sure no one stopped me. Is I getting in good with the teachers! Another teacher told me I could come early and spend an hour with Mister Orth in the morning. Imagine, right in his own office. You needn't worry mother. I'm getting in with all the big shots. Like I writ about I'm doing good in my studies now and will get a lot of A's because last week one of the teachers said that she graded on how much improvement are made and when I ask her after class her said I had more wom for improvement than anybody else she ever saw or heard of. She also said she was going to write you a letter. The fellows said the teacher usta write to a lot of people at grade time but since the depression they's quiet. So you see the teachers must think a lot of me, cause she said she was going to write to you. Like I writ I won't be home Saturday like I writ before I would. Yours, Soph. P. S. Please send me S5 to buy pencils, notebook, and misscellanyeus with. I is keeping a account off how I spend my money as youse said. Here it is, pencils 50c, notebooks 31.00, misscellanyeus 310. -o:o-o:o- "Are you a messenger boy?" asked the near-sighted man of a boy in the street. "No, sirf' was the indignant reply. "It's my sore toe that makes me walk so slowly." 80 of ' ' -'M'--""'-2 f"f'vX""""""' 1 -HL-I 4 ff ,P S f . f ACl11eVeH1ent 5 ? Y i ln this book your record lives. You have let us L - - through the magic of S printing- carry your story Fw into the flying years . . . Q P r f- f in O ik g 9 2 9 S if f 5 ' 2 5 i 2 5 Sixty years of continuous progress, serving R Q New Castle and the surrounding cities with Q A the finest work possible at the lowest cost, g plus service. We are at your call always. Q y MASTER PRINTERS OF HIGH SCHOOL ANNUALS 2 ? s 4 1 - Mrller, P Ie 8L Street i f l 4 ESTABLISHED 1873 eg f 81 Mary Johns once lived by the sea. She was sweet and oft sang merrily. But her quick little tongue Like a bee, sometimes stung- For she was a girl, don't you see? Bill Duff is a big football guy. All the girls gaze at him with a sigh: If they only had Bill Life would be one big thrill- But the boy is entirely too shy! A young man came tripping from Ellvvood, Who ace-high with Isabel Balph stood. But he saw a sweet maid Who made Isabel fade- Emily Reynolds has tied him for good! Dale Johnston gets horrible marks, 'Cause all his vacations are larks. All his teachers look stern Trying to make him learn, And Dale doesn't like their remarks. Gretchen Smith is appealingg alas For the girls of the Senior Class! She gets all the boys- Thus takes all of our joys. We Wish they would murder the lass! Sam Gaston is really a sap, But still he's a likeable chap. The Way that boy grins Makes you think of his sins- Or else of a very large gap! -o:o--o:o- What's Joe doing now? He's belching. Listen, don't get fresh with me. I asked you what he was doing not what nationality he is. -o:o-o:o- If there Weren't so many puns in the World, people would be better bread. -o:o--o:o- Could anybody tell me Why Mr. Orth never likes anyone to hear his announcements? -o:o-o:o-- We sure appreciate that cute little cemetery put in Ne-Ca-Hi's front lawn. -o:o-o:o- Some people think that Russians are just Stalin for time. 82 TO A LOUSE Romeo made love to Juliet, Punch made love to Judy, But the funniest sight I ever saw Was a louse making love to a cootie. -o:o--o:o- "Dad, what part of speech is woman?" "Woman ain't a part of speech, son, she's all of it." -o:o-o:o- "Mother," she began, "what does trans-Atlantic mean?', "It means across," replied the mother. Mary: "Then transparent means cross-parent, does it?" -o:o-o:o- Teacher: HI saw a man beating a donkey and stopped him, what Virtue would I be showing?,' Robert L: "Brotherly Love." -o:o-o:o- Virginia McKee: Ctranslating in Latinl 'tThe strong wall was defended by many high feetfi -o:o-o:o- Howard Douglas: Ccriticising oral compositionj : "When John was finished, he didn't stop." -OIO-OIO- Ode to a landlady-12 dollars. is 5 1 5 1 s . 5 . CONGRATULATIONS 2 Q TO THE . X CLASS OF 1933 Q .4 J J A X ill X GD s Q . V P J H A so Q 5 Q a f it l Leo P. Strizzi 215 EQ E. Washington St. S . i PHONE i Anthony's Studio .E 5 E 6 111 E. Washington St. E 83 COMMENTS ON THE GRAND CANYON Judge Lindsey- It isn't real. It isn't true. Its just another damn lie. Will Rodgers- The dirty ditch. Albert Einstein- Eichen gehecten husterbroker. Nicht is den vagon spuchen. Wickersham- We recommend that it be padlocked. Hoover- I say 'dam it'. Smedley Butler- I'll bet Mussolini is at the bottom of it. -o:o-o:o- I'm sure of Everything but You ...................... ........................... D iploma Goofus ................................................,.....................,.................... .......... D avid McBride A Little Street where Old Friends Meet ........ ............................ N ewts Just a Little Home for the Old Folks ............ ............. S enior High Say It Isn't So ................................................................. .......... F ailure Slips You're Telling Me ............................................... ....................... C alvin Who's Your Little Whosis ....... ....... S coots Nelson Strange Interlude ........................ ......................... S tudies Blue Room ............................................. ........ D etention Room Pink Elephants .............................................. .............. D etention Slips Brother, Can You Spare a Dime ........ ........ C harles Perelman We Just Couldn't Say Good-Bye ........ .......... P ost Graduates Little German Band ................................... ....... H igh School Band College Widow .............. ......... .......... G e rtrude Falls Aiken Marylou Burckart My Pony Boy ........................................................ ..... Your Blase ........................................................................ ........ I'll be the Meanest Man in Town ...................................................... Bridenbaugh You're an Old Smoothie ...................................................................................................... Muse, Shannon, Rambo, Howe, Duff, McBride, Gorden -o:o-o:o- 'Tis the ninth period of the day. The scene is Room 112. A drow- sy humming pervades the air. The various individuals appear to be taking a rest cure. ,One individual talks incessantly to the others, yet in a half hearted manner. The remainder do not listen or at most arounse for but a moment. Suddenly a figure detaches itself from the group by the teacher's desk and descends on the rest. She delivers a lecture the tenor of which is: "You people must get busy or we will not have an annual." For a moment a ripple ofx activity is seen but lethargy soon descends to enfold them. All at once the bell sounds a whirl and a rush, and the room is cleared save for a figure at the desk. "What is this?" you ask. Ah, dear reader, this is a picture of the Annual Staff, a veritable beehive of industry and energy. --o:o-o:o- Bright Senior: "What are you taking up?" Sophomore: "Space," 84 '5"'gj"'lPm S.. 061' '?. -51 if ' Li" 3 f 490 MJ . ?J's45fJxQ,+Q f 4 5 s 4 , H 1. 1 5 6 1 g Q 1 5 1 g i 1 Q lusts ln A inq and fi on of I-I ool in 2 5 i 5 A 5 5 5 iq 5 85 This soup is awful. Why did you insist I should order it? Because otherwise, it would have been served to us in the kitchen. -o:o-o:o- My uncle occupied the chair of applied electricity at one of our public institutions. Yes, I read in the paper that he had been electrocuted. --o:o-o:o- Senior girls of today are not the first sophisticated people, Adonais was simply bored to death. -o:o-o:o- There is one advantage in reading a novel before seeing the screen version, it makes it more difficult to guess the plot of the picture. -o:o-o:o- L want some powder to kill roaches. Will you take it with you? No, I'll have the roaches call and you can rub it on their backs. -o:o-o:o- You have a pug nose. Yeah. Do pug noses run in your family? Only in cold weather. -o:o-o:o- Did the jury test the beer? Yes. How was it? It tested pretty good to us. -o:o-o:o- If there was a rule that dinks could not be worn on week-ends, not many would be seen around the school. -o:o-o:o- John Uram is very considerate, he always holds out his hand when he reverses his field in games. -o:o-o:o- Cop: "Hey, You can't turn this corner." Barbara Nesbit: "You just make all those other cars get out of the way and I'll show youf' -o:o-o:o- "Lello, what is the most you ever weighed?,' asked the doctor. Ninety pounds," answered Lello Gensante. "And what is the least you ever weighed?" asked the Doc. "Seven pounds, sir" li -o:o-o:o- Visitor: " O don't trouble to see me to the door!" Hostess: "No trouble at all, my dearg it's a pleasure." -o:o-o:o- An Irishmang just before committing suicide left a note so people would not dishonor him. It read: "My death is the result of an accident-the pistol went off as I was cleaning it." -o:o-o:o- "Is it true that statistics prove women liver longer than men?" "Well, you know paint is a great preservative." 86 THANK YOU! At this time, we of the Senior Class wish to acknowledge a few of the many favors which we have received. First, Mr. Orth and the faculty. We thank you for the guidance and instruction which you have so freely given us during the last three years. Next, Miss'McClaren, Miss Young, Miss Taylor, Miss Gailey, and Mr. Weide. We desire to thank you for the help which you, as advisors to the Annual Staff, have given us. Miss Taylor, as advisor to the Senior Class, de- serves great thanks. Many times her patience has been sorely tried but she? has always been the same. Miss Taylor, we thank you. Miss Leslie and Miss Leonhardt also have our thanks for their efforts on our behalf. To Messrs. Smith, Jones, Talbitzer, Mitchell, Sanford, Preston, Rodger, and Mrs. Lillian Patter- son, we thank you for your work in the building which has made our stay more enjoyable and com- fortable. To any one whom we have missed we assure you it was unintentional and you, too, have our thanks. P3 is -1 y 87 AUTQGRAPHS , J , 88 ...Q AUTCGRAPHS 89


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