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

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' Q ' A fgiifqxfl p!.iw,- ' Wt - 1 'Hn :ff ' if 1 . , '::.- f9fE'ff7'lT54v ' 1 " A-:M - f V, '34, D X qywqx . is . f - . .A , . .' ' Y V . -T-" ' F ', '-iw. ' 1 ' A., , Q r ., Nz .4 N l ' rf. 11 -fd-K 1 '-.. 0,3-wa. , , '11 THE -NE-CA-HI New Castle Senior High School New Castle. Pennsylvmmia P'f11'wlis'fr1ff1' by THE SENIQR CLASS June, 1936 Volume 24 Nuinhcr 1 f Tl-IEME FGREWORD With the completion of this yearbook, another life-picture of Ne-Ca-Hi has been developed. This picture has been mount- ed, so that in future years We, the senior class, and future classes, may have visible proof to keep projected on the silver screen of memories, our accomplishments. MISS PARKER WE, THE CLASS OF JUNE, 1936, DEDICATE this, our yearbook, to MISS H. ELIZABETH PARKER Our friend and counsellor during our years in Ne-Ca-Hi I I l l ' . ALMA MATER To the praise of our dear High School, Sing we loud and longg 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 student days are over, And no more we're 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, Life in these fair halls. -KATHRYN FOULKE HDMINISTHHTION 1 THE OFFICERS Thx' In-nplv :mlm-gn Vfmr cmxut 1'nu.x' ki'-vp , Ui' tricks that are playf-cl lay your cr Hut the peupln- uwuku A turn may Lakv 1-rxxly lu l'UL'kU1l with you. PXYI -The' Mm'101'n Pirzxtus I HUl'l7x'l'i XV vlsh DR. C. C. GREEN - - SUPERINTENDENT FRANK L. ORTH ----- PRINCIPAL . ,Y J. W. Anderson Bernice Bartlett Edith E. Birchard L. C. Black P. H. Bridenbaugh Bessie P. Brinkerhoif Arthur C. Brown Florence Brownstein Annetta Burry Howard A. Butler Elsie F. Calvin N. R. Casillo Donald F. Copson Sarah M. Dinsmore Dorothy Edmunds C'lara A. Elliott Eva J. English Bess S. Gailey Eleanor S. Galbraith Ralph H. Gardner Beatrice Gonick Mary A. Good Olivia M. Griffiths Clara M. Hartsuff Viola W. Healy Emily Johnston Ethel M. Kelly T. V. Kelly W. L. Klee E. Williaimi Lehto Ralph F. Lengerman Fred G. Leslie Mary M. Long Myrtle L. Lord William A. Margraf Frances H. Maxwell Adeline Miller Robert M. Mills Margaret Montgomery 'Mfr ,,,,, ,l.,...,r, , -V M hm fe--.. gg if if , ,A dew. Q . Frances McClaren Sara Sankey McCune Elsie K. McGeorge Sarah E. McG0un Walter S. McKee J. H. Earl McKenzie N. P. Nelson Mary L. Perdue Joe F. Replogle Genevieve Riddle Mary G. Riier Marjorie Rhodes Ola D. Rogers ffiml nm .RE ,Vi r ainy.. K, Florence H.. Shapo Oscar J. Sheaffer Helena Stevenson Charlotte Taylor George Thomas Geraldine A. Turk Mary E. Van Divort Ruth E. Wallace Ralph L. Weide Virginia Weinschenk Helen R. Westlake Elizabeth S. Williams Pauline E. Young SENIGRS 'S David Rowland-Editor William Shilton-Bus. Mgr. Martha Nell Shaffer Jane Bryan James Barnes Bertha Naysmith Anne Mae Holmes Charlotte Reynolds James Gravenstreter, James Shifler Ass't Business Mgr. Frank Taylor, Jr. Dorothy Alexander Johnrae Earl Helen Wainio Mike Farris Sara Edwards Walter Kwolek Harold Watson Marian Patterson Marion Koszella Russell Book Jack Cooper Jack Allison EDWIN DONEGAN JAMES BARNES PANSY MARTINI DAVID ROWLAND ARVO AHO ELLEN AHO DOROTHY ALEXANDER MARTHA ALEXANDER WENDELL ALLEN JACK ALLISON ELIZABETH AMADIO JACK ANDERSON MARGARET ANDERSON FRANK APECILLI WILDA ARMSTRONG ADELINE BAPTISTE GLADYS BEALS EDWARD BENDER EARL BENN GEORGIA BEVAN M SAM BLOISE RUSSELL ARY BIONDI BOOK MARY BOWERS ROBERT BREST WILLIAM BROAD MILDRED BROADDUS JANE BRYAN WILLIAM BUCCI SCHARLENE BUCHANAN MARIE BUCHNER STANLEY BUKOWSKI RICHARD BURGO J. FRANC BURNS EMMA BELLE BUXTON JOHN CABAS DOROTHY CAMPBELL' FREDA CAMPBELL JEAN CAMPBELL JOHN CAPITOLA WILLIAM CARLIN PAUL CARL-ISLE HELEN CARNES ROBERT CARSON JEAN CARTWRIGHT JAMES CHAFFEE DOROTHY CHAMBERS THEODORE CHRISTOS RALPH CIALELLO FLORA CIMINI TULLIO CIONNI BERTHA CLARK LESBIA CLEAL CLARA CLOBUS RUTH CONTI JACK COOPER TERESITA COSGROVE CATHERINE COYNE FRANK CRISCI MARIAN CROMIE JOHN DACHO HELEN DALY JAMES De GARMO ELIZABETH De GENOVA HELEN DELIN AILEEN Del ROSSO JOE De MATTEO MILDRED DENGLER EDICE DICKS EVA DICKS PHYLLIS DILKS DOROTHY DONAHEY JUNE DONALDSON BERNARD DOONE DON DOUT SARA DRUSCHEL JOSEPHINE DUNLAVEY CHARLES DUPUY DOROTHY EAKIN EDWARD EAKIN JOHNRAE EARL FRANK EBERHART LOUIS EDMINSTON SARA EDWARDS RITA ELLIOTT PEGGY ENGLAND TOM EVANS ROBERT ENGS MIKE FARRIS CLEORA FAUZEY LAWRENCE FIORELLI JUNE FISHER JACK FIX RITA FLANAGAN MILDRED FLEEGER JAMES FLYNN f 75 RITA FLYNN f E b f VIRGINIYIFORGIONE I JULIA FRASSO MARIETTA FRAZIER JOSEPH FRAZIER KATHERINE FREINSTEIN CURTIS FRITZ EDWARD FRITZ LENORE FULKERSON HENRY GADZALSKI KATHERINE GANOE FRANCES GARCZWSKI JULIUS GARDOCKY PAUL GENKINGER LOUIS GEORGE GERALDINE GETTY RUTH GIBSON ROSE GILBOY ARTHUR GILCHRIST STELLA GINOCCHI BILLIE GLENN THEDA GOOCH WILLIAM GRAGAM JAMES GRAVENSTRETER ROSE GREEN THOMAS GREEN IRENE GREENBERG LESTER GRIMM EMIL GROMMES MARY ELIZABETH GROSS EDWARD GUNTHER MARY ANN GURGACZ LESTER GWIN DON HABEN ALFREDA HABIB GEORGE HAHN WANDA HANNA AUDREY HARPER LLOYD HARRIS LOTTIE HARTFELDER MARJORIE HILDEBRAND JOSIE MAE HILL ANNA MAE HOLMES MINA HOOVER ANNE HOWE MARGARET HURST FRED IOVANELLA GUY JAY THERESA JANOSKI LOUISE JOHNSON ARMAS .IOKI ELIZABETH JOSEPH LEO JUSTINE CHARLES KACMARCY CATHERINE KAPSAS ANDREW KARKI WALTER KAWA JEAN KAZENSKI HELEN KELLER HAROLD KELTY L-LLQKLKELTX L, , ,,,,,,,,,,,, EUGENE KENDRA CHARLES KENNEDY GEORGE KENNEDY JAMES KERR FERN KIRKER BETTY KITE STEPHEN JOHN KNORR KLECKNER MARIAN KLINE CLARA KORZEC STEPHEN KOS MARION KOSZELLA HELEN KOZLOWSKI JOHN KULHA ADAM KREZO TATINA KULIK WALTER KWOLEK AUGUSTUS La MARCO MARY LAMORELLA KATHERINE LANG EMMA LAWRENCE JOSEPH LAWRENCE JAMES LEHMAN CARMEN LEONARDO LAWRENCE LESH MARGARETTA LEWIS DOROTHY LINZ PETE LISKO LOUIS LITWINOWICH WALTER LITWINOWICZ ROBERT LOUDEN JENNIE MACARELLA ALICE MACK ROBERT MACKIE JOHN MALLEY SYLVESTER MARGEL JOE MARKELL SUZANNA MARKO ANNA JEAN MARTIN JAMES MASTROPIETRO ROBERT MATHEWS EUGENIA MATT ALOYS MATNACK VIRGIL MAYBRAY FRANK MELNICK MAURICE MERVIS RITA METZ ANNA MISCIMARRA VIRGINIA MITCHELL TONY MITOLO GERTRUDE MIZAK RUTH MOORE THELMA MORGAN ROBERT MULDROW TWILA MURDOCK ALMA MYERS ROBERT MCCANN DOROTHY MCCREADY HARRY MCCULLOUGH BETTY MCCURDY ELEANORE MCFALL WYLIE IVICGAFFIC JEAN MCGEORGE VIRGINIA MCGRATH ROBERT MCGREGOR CHARLOTTE MCIVOR EDWARD McKEE ELEANOR MCLAUGI-ILIN JOSEPH MCMILLEN ALBERT NADER MIKE NARD HELEN NASIEROWSKI BERTHA NAYSMITH PAUL NESBIT EFFIE NIGRO HELEN NOCERA EILEEN O'LEARY TOM O'NEIL RUTH PADEN CLARA PAGLEY I . f , f ' f 'f cf- , PAUL PAPENHAUSEN L MARY PARISI MARIAN PA RUSSEL MA BILL PARSHALL TTERSON L PATTERSON RJORIE PATTISON HARRY PAUL JAYNE PEARSALL HENRY PIRKKALA DON PORTEOUS LOIS PORTER VELMA PRATT JOSEPH PREISEL WILLARD PRICE FLORENCE PYLE DON RAE SUSIE RAGNELLI ARTHUR RAMSEY FRANK RAMSEY MARY RATVOSKY RUTH REDMAN KATHERYN REITER CHARLOTTE REYNOLDS FRANCES REYNOLDS WILLIAM RINEY WILLIAM ROHRER MARGARET ROPP LOUIS ROSS JACK RUPERT DOLLY RUSSO EDITH RUSSO ANNE SABOL DELLA SADLER VERA SAGE ROBERT SANDERS MARGARET SANKEY RALPH SANTANGELO PAUL SCHETROM MARIETTA SCHIEK JOHN SCHNEIDER HARRY SCHNEITZINGER NEDRA SERGEANT MARTHA MAE SHAFFER MARTHA NELL SHAFFER JAMES SHIFFLER WILLIAM SHILTON HARRY SHOAFF BERNICE SIMON SOPHIE SKANESKY BERTHA SNEIZEK ROBERT SNODGRASS WILLIAM SPENCER STANLEY STETSON HELEN STILLWAGON ERNEST STITZINGER CLARA SUSCZYNSKI GERTRUDE SZCZYGLOWSKI NELLIE SZYMANSKI ALICE TANNER RICHARD TANNEY FRANK TAYLOR, Jr. JACK TAYLOR MARY IRENE TAYLOR MARGARET TEMPESTA ANNA THEIS WILLIAM THEIS GWENDOLYN THOMAS MARY THOMASSY JAMES THOMPSON MARY TONEY EDWARD TUCKER EMILY TURNER WELBORNE TURNER HILDA UNGAR MARGARET WADLINGER LILLAS WAGNER HELEN WAINIO MERRILL WALLS BETTY VVALTER DOROTHY WARD LOUISE WARNOCK MARY WASILISIN HAROLD WATSON BUD WHARTON DONALD WHITING MARY WILKINS MABEL WILLIAMS ALSO GRADUATING EMMA COLALUCA ANNE FLEMING CHARLES HELLE WILLIAM KOSCIUSZKO HELEN PALKOVITCH LESTER TRIPPLETT EDWIN WILSON HUDSON WILSON PHILLIP WIMER ROSE WIRL STELLA WOLOSEWICH FRANCES YAKOWICZ HELEN YASKO ROBERT YOUNG ANGELA ZAJAC RALPH ZEIGLER JOHN ZONA FRANCIS CZEMERDA HONOR ROLL At the end of the fifth report period DOROTHY WARD DAVID ROWLAND EDWIN WILSON MARIAN PATTERSON RICHARD BURGO EMILY TURNER BERTHA SNIEZEK CHARLES KACMARCY JANE BRYAN PANSY MARTINI ANNA MISCIMARRA MARTHA NELL SHAFFER FRANK TAYLOR LESBIA CLEAL JAMES LEHMAN EMMABELLE BUXTON DON RAE MARGARET WADLINGER STELLA GINOCCHI LOUISE JOHNSON STELLA WOLOSEWICH MARGARET SANKEY HARRY SHOAF AWARDS Prize offered by the Lawrence Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. -Won by Anna Mae Holmes. Prize offered by the New Castle News for general excellence in English during the high school course. -Won by DOROTHY WARD Prize offered by the Music Club for general excellence in music. -Won by ARVO AHO. Prize offered by Lawrence County Bar Association to the senior with the higest rank in the four year Latin course. -Won by ANNA MISCIMARRA. Prize offered by Bausch Sz Lomb Optical Company for progress in scientific studies. Won by-JAMES SHIFFLER. Presentation of Prize offered by the Sons of American Revolution for proficiency in chemistry. -Won by Edwin Wilson. Prize offered by the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Alumni Associa- tion of Pittsburgh for general excellence in mathematics during the high school course. -Won by Thomas Green Prizes offered by the Woman's Club of New Castle for superiority in character, citizenship, scholarship, service to the school and high ethical standards. -Won by DAVID ROWLAND, and MARY IRENE TAYLOR. ARVO AHO ---- - fKreislerJ Practice makes perfectfwe proudly claim a future concert lVlaestro. ELLEN AHO - - - CTish Tishl Ellen who is Gracie Allen's only rival is gfreatly interested in P. G. football stars. DOROTHY ALEXANDER - - fDodeJ Dode is a jolly soul with a contagious laugrh. MARTHA ALEXANDER - - fAlecJ Martha likes golf' or maybe it's Bobby Jones, the famous golf pro. WENDELL ALLEN - -- - CWendyD The musie goes round and round and so 1 flees VN endy's horn in the orchestra. JACK ALLISON ' - - Uackj .laek believes that "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." ELIZABETH AMADIO - I 1LibbyD Give me leave to enjoy myself. JACK ANDERSON - - - fJackJ Babe Ruth looks forward to claiming Jaek on his future mushball team. MARGARET ANDERSON Margaret, who hails from the eounti :L regular little housewife. FRANK APECILLI - Blessed are the few who perpetual good humor. WILDA ARMSTRONG - are Sift ed fPegD 'y, is fFripJ with CWillyJ 'l'he way to a man's heart. is through his stomach. so Wilda studied the art oi' cooking. ADELINE BAPTISTE - - - fAdeleD Dancing hits the spot with Adeline. She may be a rival to Eleanor Powell. JAMES BARNES - - - Climb He played second fiddle to our president. GLADYS BEALS ---- - fGladdyJ Glafldy hopes to swim the English Channel. She may show lNeismuller how it's done. EDWARD BENDER - - - -- fRedJ Edward is a quiet chap and modest, so we think red hair and tempers don't go together. EARL BENN ---- - CWhiteyD Earl is always on time-for school, nog for a tennis match, decidedly yes. GEORGIA BEVAN - - - 1GeorgiaJ Georgia intends to teach Mrs. Eli Culbert- son a thing: or two and then take up base- ball. MARY BIONDI - - Good goods come in small packages. SAM BLOISE - ------ QSamJ Does Sam ever expect to be a second Shakespeare '? RUSSELL BOOK - - - - - fBookieJ St. Peter plays a harp, but "Bookie" plays 'i slide trombone. MARY BOWERS - - - Mary's chatter hides a loving disposition. ROBERT BREST - - - - QSmokieJ The :government will have a real soldier when "Willy" graduates from C. M. T. C. WILLIAM BROAD - - - - fBill5 If arguing: is a lawyer's chief character- istic, Bill will make good in that profession. MILDRED BROADDUS - - - QMillieJ Oh! If Mr. Roosevelt would make me his secretary. how happy I would be. JANE BRYAN ------ - CNelJ Music is my business---ask Jane! WILLIAM BUCCI ---- CButchD Bill is a friendly fellow, but he 1'uns a close second to Broad. SCHARLENE BUCHANAN P fSharleyJ Scharlene spends her leisure moments studying: and han't much time for the boys. MARIE BUCHNER - "" fReeD If Hollywood needs another Patsy Kelley, we will gladly send Marie and her fiddle. STANLEY BUKOWSKI - r- - fStanj Stan is very studious. He has his eyes firmly fixed on the goal marked Success. RICHARD BURGO - - - - fRichJ Richard is a masculine addition ol' Greta Garbo. He wants to be alone. FRANC J. BURNS - - - THEODORE CHRISTOS - - tCricketl Does anyone know what the J. in l'11'2lHli'S If old eoins are very valuable, it looks name stands for? though we'd have another Andrew Mellon. EMMA BELLE BUXTON - - tEmmyJ RALPH CIALELLO - - Emmy is an American replica of that The man who invented work should have grand little Chinese aetress, Anna Mae finished it' Wong. FLORA CIMINI ----- ' ' ' fsebastianl The world means something to the capable. Sebastian's graduation is lamented deeply by Bridy. VVhat will the team do without - - - - fT,1dj him? VVith Tullio's baseball ability, Babe Ruth should start guarding his title. DOROTHY CAMPBELL - - tSh01'tyJ Dorothy is interested in knitting -We hope ' tBl'0Wniel she will not be another Madame Delfarge. Her feet are as happy as her smile. - - - tF1'1tZl - - - cBeppy, Freda reads novels. Is that why she wears latin iq no dead language to loqbia that far-away look 'T i ' A H U CLARA CLOBUS - - - tT0byJ JEAN CAMPBELL - -- -- ,- .lust give her the musie and she'll do the Was it my eyes the driver was gazing into giant-9, when the bus upset 'I EMMA coLALUco - JOHN CAPITOLA ----- tCappyJ Eleanor Powell had better start guarding I'll build myself a plane and be another her tap dancing title. Lindbergh. RUTH CONTI ----- tRuthieJ WILLIAM CARLIN ---- tBillJ She is known for her friendliness. My facial expressions should earn me a movie eontract. JACK - - - , fJaCk, We wonder if Jaek ever permitted a fish PAUL CARLISLE - - - ,Q away. I think I'll be a senator or semething, TERESITA COSGROVE - tTe1'I'yl ---- If you're seeking ideas. better see Terry. Our grandmothers would say "My, my, , my! Helen is a lively girl." ' " iK1ttyJ Give her the ball and she'll make a basket. ROBERT CARSON ---- Teaehers watch your jobs. I am going to - - - cTarZani leacherls college' It's the Ford :that makes possible his always being on time at football practice. JEAN CARTWRIGHT - - - tJeanJ MARIAN CROMIE - - tMaI'nieD Jean may some day have a knitting class nt' her own. We wonder if she'll ever swim the English Channel. JAMES CHAFFEE - - -- - lJimmieJ FRANCIS CZEMERDA - - tShad0WD He"s the good-natured, easy going sort of ehap who falls heir to many a girl's wiles. Did you ever hear of his shooting any big game? DOROTHY CHAMBERS - - tDotJ JOHN DACHKO - - - Dorothy is one ol' the few girls who enjoys working in the garden. My name is John-fdon't eall me Jaek. HELEN DALY - Her modesty is a candle-light to her merit. JAMES De GARMO - - - - Uiml Oh Romeo, where is Juliet? ELIZABETH De GENOVA - - fLeeJ We wonder if she'll ever reach the ranks of an opera singer. HELEN DELIN ---- fHunnenJ She may be fond ol' music, but will she ever lead an orchestra 'T AILEEN Del ROSSO --F- She's quiet and earnest in all that she tries. JOSEPH De MATTIO - - V- -- Uoel Please donut mind me. my name is Joe. MILDRED DENGLER - - - tMillieJ Give her a bathing suit and shi-'ll show you how to swim. EDICE DICKS - ---- fBiddieJ Just give her a car, and she'll have a good time. EVA DICKS ---- -- -- fJimmieD If you think she's quiet, it's because you don't know her. PHYLLIS DILKS - - -- fHoneyJ Il' it's poetry you're interested in, just con- sult Phyllis. DOROTHY DONAHEY - - - 1DotJ The little girl with the attractive voice. EDWIN DONEGAN - -- - - fEddieD "King Edward reigns again. Long live the king!" JUNE DONALDSON - - - fJuneJ Being absent from school is her greatest weakness. BERNARD DOONE - - -- - - He drives a Ford but don't hold that against him, girls. DONALD DOUT - - - fDonJ Don's name may be Dout. but who doubts Don. SARA DRUSCHEL - - fSalliej We Wonder il' her violin will ever rival Fritz Kreisler's. JOSEPHINE DUNLAVEY - - fJ0eD Small of stature but l'ull of pep, tell the boys to watch their step. CHARLES DUPUY ----- Charles is a hardworking chap whose main goal in life is to become a radio engineer. DOROTHY EAKIN ' ' I ' CD00 Swimming is the secret of her slender Figure. EDWARD EAKIN - - - - tEddieJ "There is something about a soldier," or is it C. M. T. C., Eddie? JOHNRAE EARL - - QJohnnyJ Warning! Keep your secrets! Johnny is a designing reporter. FRANK EBERHART - - tGusl lfrank's one disappointment in old Ne-Ca- Hi was that there is no course offered in "Garflening." LOUIS EDMINSTON - - - Mystery envelopes this lad from head to foot, and little is known of his predominate traits. SARA EDWARDS - - fSallieJ Elizabeth Arden is only a beauty historian, with Sallie's ability. RITA ELIOTT ------ I may some day be a Roberta because I can sew quite well already. PEGGY ENGLAND ----- fPegJ A natural born leader and long may she reign. ROBERT ENGS - - - fFlashD A real hero of the gridiron and we've been proud to have him. THOMAS EVANS - - - - fT0111J Tom may not die for his art, but he does like his music, especially his violin. MIKE FARRIS - - - - fMikel Mike never took lessons from Rembrandt, but we like his drawings. CLEORA FAUZEY - - - So quiet, so shy. we wonder why. LAWRENCE FIORELLI - - The world knows nothings of its greatest men. JUNE FISHER - - ---- tJuneJ i Few people can hold a conversation as well and as long as June. JACK FIX ------- tFixieJ Madison Square Garden awaits the arrival of this famous hockey player. RITA FLANNAGAN ---- tRitaJ Bookkeepers come and bookkeepers go: the school loses a good one when Rita goes. MILDRED FLEEGER - - tMidJ When Mid is asked a question, we breath- lessly await the answer. JAMES FLYNN - - - - - tJimJ An earnest hard-working lad whose eoal is president of the United States. RITA FLYNN - - - - - tRitaJ Rita plays basketball and is a quick shot at baskets. VIRGINIA FORGIONE - -- - You have the most fun while you are small, so I guess I'll stay that way. JULIE FRASSO - - '- t-Iudyj Judy knows her auto "olds" mobiles: they ARE wonderfull MARIETTA FRAZIER - - - Marietta may some day swim the Helles- pont. JOSEPH FRAZIER - - - tJoeJ The little man with the big voice KATHERINE FREINSTEIN - A perfect woman nobly planned To warn. to comfort. and command. CURTIS FRITZ - - - tCurtyJ Can it be a marked resemblance to Gene Raymond? EDWARD FRITZ - - - - - Fritz likes to hunt. We wonder if he caught that "dear", LENORE FULKERSON - - tLenoreJ The boy friend waits in despair until Bing: Crosby gzoes off the air. HENRY GADZALSKI ---- The desire to be funny overpowers me. KAHERINE GANOE - - - tKatieJ She possesses the likeness of Helen Morgan and the sweetness of' herself. FRANCES GARCZWSKI - - - Working patiently and silently, I went my way. JULIUS GARDOCKY ----- I know enough about History to write a book. PAUL GENKINGER - - e Paul believes that radio has a future. LOUIS GEORGE ----- tHookJ Bashful Louis likes only football huddles. GERALDINE GETTY - - -- tDeanl A higzh-minded athletic femme who once greatly admired a blond football hero. RUTH GIBSON - - - - tGibbyJ She is planning to take up professional golf as her career. ROSE GILBOY - - - -- tGi1boyJ Rose's smallness doesn't keep her from being a star in sports. ARTHUR GILCHRIST - - tArtJ Casanova never had anything over Art ex- cept a few more broken hea1'ts. STELLA GINOCCHI - - - tStelD Her ambition is to write a better book than Virgil's Aeneid. BILLIE GLENN - tBillieD We wish her luck as she taps her way to the top. THEDA GOOCH - -- tThedieJ Thedie is hinted to be another "Bah" Did- rickson. WILLIAM GRAHAM ----- - tBillJ Graham still thinks Terraplanine is just a step from airaplaning. I I i if l l 3 5 5 JAMES GRAVENSTRETER - fGraVeyJ Gravey belongs to the flourishing business, Gravenstreter and Shilton. ROSE GREEN - - - - - Rose's curly hair and good looks makes her a replica of' Etta Kett. THOMAS GREEN ---- tTomJ Tom is destined to become famous in the field ot' seienee. IRENE GREENBERG - - - CBabsJ Dancing seems to be first in Irene's in- terests. LESTER GRIMM ---- - CRedJ A rare combination-red hair and good voice. EMIL GROMMES ---- - tEmilJ He's a quiet. unassuming lad. and an ace at basketball. MARY ELIZABETH GROSS - CTootsJ Mary seems to be on the gold standard if' silence is golden. EDWARD GUNTHER ---- tEdJ He likes to travel. Maybe the navy will give him a bunk. MARY ANN GURGACZ - - - fMaI'yJ When I rlie, bury me with a hook. LESTER GWIN - - - - tSullyJ We wonder if Babe Ruth knows that he has a rival. DONALD HABEN - - - - - tDonj Does Don use those romantic blue eyes on the Commercial Course teachers, too? ALFREDA HABIB ---- My modesty conceals my merits. GEORGE HAHN - ---- tHahnyD He likes traveling. We wonder if it's as a hobo? WANDA HANNA - - tPicklesJ In Wanda's case, neivousness seems to he a sion of shyness. AUDREY HARPER - - - tAud1'eyJ Audrey is a quiet and likable soul. LLOYD HARRIS - - -- - - tDingJ He pushes the first valve down but the re- sult is usually a noise. LOTTIE HARTFELDER - Hollywood must appeal to Lottie as she hopes to be an actress some day. CHARLES HELLE - - - tPiefaceD Walkimr is good exercise, but hard on the feet. MARJORIE HILDEBRAND - Why seek Sophomores when there are others around? JOSIE MAE HIL - - - fJosieJ Josie is so quiet in school we wonder if she is the same in other places. ANNA MAE HOLMES - - - tSusieJ They say she's all rixxht after you know her. Introduce me! MINA I-IOOVER - - - - Mina The little distressed mofliste. ANNE HOWE - - - tAnd Howl We assure you this is not Palooka's girl. MARGARET HURST - .. - CPegJ Chatter. chatter as she goes, VVill she ever stop fwho knows Z' FRED IOVANELLA - - tTrapper Dani We wonder where Fred is during huntineg season. GUY JAY - - - - - fGuyJ Our own Clark Gable. THERESA JANOSKI - - fZasuJ Her inspiration is Lily Pons, or is it? LOUISE JOHNSON - - - fLouiseJ Silence is more eloquent than words. ARMAS JOKI - - - - tAr1nyJ He certainly makes that wind jammer talk. ELIZABETH JOSEPH - 'A - It's better to wear out than to rust out. LEO JUSTINE - - - - Leo is God's gift to the women. CHARLES KACMARCY - tKieJ Charles is attempting: to play a trumpet. What risks he's taking! CATHERINE KAPSAS - - - fKateJ Catherine wonders why life should be all labor. ANDREW KARKI - - fAndyJ Andy has a low voice like Jimmie Durante -and there the resemblance ends. WALTER KAWA - - - tWalJ A genius in the field of math. JEAN KAZENSKI - Her studies are a serious matter to her. HELEN KELLER - - - A mighty huntress and her prey is man. HAROLD KELTY - Harold evidently travels incogznito. The Annual Staff can't find him. JACK KELTY - - - - - tWimpyJ At last I've found the way out. EUGENE KENDRA - - - - tGeneJ Gene is a book worm but he likes basket- ball, too. CHARLES KENNEDY - - Music is the expression of the soul. GEORGE KENNEDY - - tJudl A knock out with the ladies. JAMES KERR ---- tSqui1'1'elJ The goddess of love shows promising: signs. FERN KIRKER - - - - - Gentlemen prefer blondes, but this is one girl who is not hampered by being: a bru- nette. BETTY KITE ------ Wlhen it comes to economics that's where I shine, My greatest ambition is to be an economist Hne. STEPHEN KLECKNER - tKleckl It's better late than never. MARIAN KLINE A - - Marian is a quiet unobtrusive sort of per- SOIL JOHN KNORR - - - - - iJackJ Just one of the many survivors who would like to find the person who started the public school system. CLARA KORZEC - - - - iClaraJ Very quiet is this little lass. She aims to be at the head ot' the class. STEPHEN KOS ------ tStevel Red Nichols and I must be brothers. WILLIAM KOSCIUSZKO - tBilU I am peering into the future. MARION KOSZELLA - - qseecem The most interesting thing: to do -playing in an orchestra. HELEN KOZLOWSKI - V- - tHelenD She has one great asset---quietness. ADAM KREZO ----- fWhiteyJ Some day I shall reap the rewards of my harvest! JOHN KULHA - - - - Another Bobby Jones looms on the horizon. TATINA KULIK ----- tTinaJ 'Patina may be a stepping star to fame. Her only rival is Ginger Rogers. WALTER KWOLEK - - iT00tsJ lIe's as keen as a blade. AUGUSTUS La MARCO - - - La Marco and Buryro are planning a Bachelor's Retreat where they can have soli- tude. MARY LAMORELLA - - - fMaryJ Mary is both nice in manners and nice in looks so we prophecy a successful future. KATHERINE LANG ----- tKayJ We just learned that Kay is man-shy. All the boys are wondering' why. EMMA LAWRENCE ---- iLar1'yJ She may not be the life ot' the school but we feel she's been the life of a party. JOSEPH LAWRENCE - - - Qtloeb As Joe's always tinkering with a motor- cycle, we wonder il' he intends to perfect a model of his own. JAMES LEHMAN - - - - -- - CJimj He is never intrusive, but friendly when approached. CA RMEN LEONARDO - Handsome and brawny, and destined io bc- come an accomplished musician. LAWRENCE LESH -- -- A mighty Fine boy is our -- -- fLa1'ryJ friend Larry. For some good girl he will make a good nal. MARGARETTA LEWIS - -- fPegl It's nice to be natural when you're natural- ly nice. DOROTHY LINZ - - -- tD0tJ Maybe I shall master the trade ol' printing and Then-who knowsf' PETE LISKO - If hard work malzes a man, then I am not a young child. LOUIS LITWINOWICH - - fLouie5 There has been a question as to whether Louie still skips "TO" when "100". WALTER LITWINOWICZ he counts to -- - fWaltb A mighty line boy is our friend "VValt". ROBERT LOUDEN - -- Bob wishes had luck on all JENNIE MACARELLA - Jennie is at school every shine. ALICE MACK - - She shows much prowress in ROBERT MACKIE - My ambition is not to be store manager. JOHN MALLEY - He is litile, but oh my! SYLVESTER MARGEL - A boy like him is a blessin -- -- tNutsi speed cops. - fJenD day, rain or - - fJe1'1'yD athletics. fBobD a wall paper fDynamiteJ CD00 Savagei in any class. JOE MARKELL - - - -- Uoel I'd rather be a leader of a band hut play- ing a saxaphone is almost as good. SUZANNA MARKO - - - iSuel We wonder why Suzanna rides to school in the bus if she likes to walk. ANNA JEAN MARTIN - - Ann Jean has a great Future in song writ- ing. PANSY MARTINI ---' - '- iPanJ She was a dutiful secretary and may some day hold an office ol' state. JAMES MASTROPIETRO -- - Andrew Mellon would hire me if' he knew how well I handle class dues. ROBERT MATHEWS - - - tBobJ I can skate like nobody's business EUGENIA MATT - - - '- fJeanieJ When you want to know something about someone else. ask Jeanie she won't tell. ALOYS MATNACK - - To gain advice on men's styles, see Aloys. VIRGIL MAYBRAY - - iBootsJ "Seek and ye shall Kind" a motto which Virgil holds in good faith. FRANK MELNICK - He is a good man and true. MAURICE MERVIS - - -- CMushJ Now that nice weather is here, I think I shall get my Chrysler out. RITA METZ ---- - - I am smarter than anyone else in histor. ANNA MISCIMARRA - - - tAnnJ One may speak of Anna as being small but mighty when it comes to carrying off good Latin grades. VIRGINIA MITCHELL -- - QGeneJ Virginia likes to swim. Maybe that is why she misses so much school. TONY MITOLO - - Tony's build suggests a wrestler. GERTRUDE MIZAK - - Gertrude believes that silcnce is quent than sneech. RUTH MOORE - - - - tGertieD more elo- - fRuthD If Ruth is lost you're sure to find her be- hind the bass viol in the orchestra. THELMA MORGAN - - - fTommy5 If you want to know the latest fad you needn't look in "Vogue" for we have a fash- ion plate in our class. ROBERT MULDROW - - - - fBobJ Robert thinks Joe Louis will be the next Heavyweight Champion. TWILA MURDOCK - Twila is a quiet person but when shc's called on she can always answer. ALMA MYERS - - - QAlmaJ Alma may be tiny but size doesn't seem to hinder speech. ROBERT MCCANN ---- Bob gets many great ideas while dreaming. DOROTHY MCCREADY - - Is Dot taking up farming as subject? HARRY McCULLOUGH - -- What's Eddie Duchin have that BETTY MCCURDY - - - Betty is such an active person to be here, there, and everywhere. ELEANORE MCFALL - - Eleanore's outside activities keep Did you see her advertising the Girls' Dance. WYLIE McGAFFIC - - tSkinnerD he is day - fDotJ an extra I haven't. tBettieJ she seems her busy. Rainbow tSlimJ A man of neat appearance has :x great advantage over other men. JEAN MCGEORGE - Jean has the silver lining ot' many a cloud, for her Dleasantness is a great help to her friends. VIRGINIA MCGRATH - - Virginia intends to go to the Metropolitan and try to get Grace Moore's place. ROBERT MCGREGOR ---- tBobJ Bob hopes one-man basketball teams will become prominent. CHARLOTTE MCIVER - - - The movie houses would go bankrupt if' it weren't for Charlotte. EDWARD McKEE - - - - - tTuckJ Being a great hunter is the reason for his absence every November 1. ELEANOR MCLAUGHLIN - - Eleanor's raven locks resemble those of Kay Francis'. JOSEPH MCMILLEN - - - - Uoel The man who works in the man that proslmers. ALBERT NADER ---- - CAD Al is some mechanic, you should see him work. MIKE NARD ------- Every man has his faults. but mine are a mystery. HELEN NASIEROWSKI - tNashJ You can never find Helen's nose because it's always in a book and we wonder if it's a school book. BERTHA NAYSMITH - - - tBertieJ One can't forget her haunting eyes. PAUL NESBIT ---- - - Paul is one of the foremost sons of' the soil. EFFIE NIGRO - - Effie is quite a sports woman. VVouldn't you like to form a team? HELEN NOCERA - - - Helen is one of our chatter boxes. Do you talk as much in your classes, Helen? EILEEN O'LEARY ---- Won't you ever give a brunette a break? RUTH PADEN - - - fRuthD We eouldn't get along without our ever capable Ruth. She's always willing to do things for us. CLARA PAGLEY - - Blissfully she travels on to graduation HELEN PALKOVITCH - -- - Wearing all that weight ot' learning lightly like :i flower. PAUL PAPENAHUSEN - - Uuniorj Music is the expression ot' the soul. MARY PARISI - - - - tMaryJ We've been wondering it' there's anything Mary likes to do as well as study. BILL PARSHALL - - - tBillJ My great delight is reading, but not Dickens. MARIAN PATTERSON - - Y- - tPatJ Marian likes swimming: and the movies. Will she be a second Eleanor Holme? RUSSELL PATTERSON - -- - tRussJ Riding a motorcycle is Russell's idea of a thrill. MARJORIE PATTISON - - -- tPatJ Pat likes sports and dancing so she keeps busy attending all the athletic and social events. HARRY PAUL ----- Il' all actors were like Harry, plays would be fine. JAYNE PEARSALL - -- tJayneJ Here. there and everywhere we find Jayne and her incessant chatter. HENRY PIRKKLA - - - - tHenJ VVe wonder what makes Henry so blonde? DON PORTEOUS - - - - tRedJ Don is satistied to play basketball with his own gang. LOIS PORTER - - - - tLouJ Lois likes to swim but she does a lot of reading too. Are they always school books, Lois? VELMA PRATT - - - tDuchessJ Velma is a merry, little dancing lass who leads a carefree life. JOE PREISEL ------ Plink, Plank, .loe Plunks his guitar. WILLARD PRICE - - - - CWillyj Laughing is a highly enjoyable sport. FLORENCE PYLE - - tFloppyJ Wherever she met a stranger, there she left a friend. DON RAE - - - - Don excells all others when it comes to Trigonometry. SUSIE RAGNELLI - So serious. yet so likeable. ARTHUR RAMSEY - - - fArtJ Art would like an old car of his own to drive around. FRANK RAMSEY ----- Frank wants to step into his uncle's shoes someday. MARY RATVOSKY - - The way to a man's heart is through his stomach. RUTH REDMAN - - A friend to all who know her. KATHERYN REITER - - fKittyJ Kitty's one ot' our basketball stars. CHARLOTTE REYNOLDS - - tChot7 Be the labor great or small, Charlotte does it well and does it all. FRANCES REYNOLDS - r- CFrannieJ The man who wants a good eook should see Frannic. WILLIAM RINEY - - - tBillJ Sir Malcolm Campbell doesn't seem to have much on Bill. WILLIAM ROHRER ----- tBillJ Bill might be shy, but he really is very nice. MARGARET ROPP ---, - fPegJ Her favorite question is, "What did you do in chemistry?" LOUIS ROSS - - - CLOuieJ I.ouie's brilliance shines in chemistry. DAVID ROWLAND - - - - tDaveJ l want my ducats no receipts this time. JACK RUPERT - - - - - CJackJ Jack's ambition is to be a publicity com- mittee- - alone. DOLLY RUSSO - - - tDol1yJ She spends her spare time in skating at the Armory. EDITH RUSSO - - - 4Brown Eyesj Edith is training now to be a good house- wife. ANNE SABOL ----- tAnneJ Helen Wills Moody had better guard her title. DELLA SADLER - - - - tDellJ Have you ever seen Della play volley ball? She does you know. VERA SAGE ------ tSagieJ Oh! If I could only write poetry as Well as Emerson. RCBERT SANDERS ---- tCairoJ We wonder if Robert is trying to excel in whistling so hc can compete with Elmo Tanner, MARGARET SANKEY - - - CPegD To swim the English Channel is my am- bition. RALPH SANTANGELO - - - fRalphD Ralph believes that work is the only way to :let ahead in the world. PAUL SCHETROM - - - fSkitD Paul is a great mushball enthusiast. MARIETTA SCHIEK - - - tShortyJ There's only one other like herfher shadow. JOHN SCHNEIDER - - fJ0hnD He leases his companion constantly. HARRY SCHNEITZINGER - tschneitzb Sehneilz is a close second to Eddie Duehan. NEDRA SERGEANT - - - fNedJ VVho could resist her likeable personality? MARTHA MAE SHAFFER - - fM3l'tJ Ginger Rogers may be a good dancer'-i-but you should see me. MARTHA NELL SHAFFER - fMaI'tyJ If to learn well is an aceomplishmentf- Martha has accomplished, JAMES SHIFFLER ----- ftliml I have expounded my theoryffthat is all. WILLIAM SHILTON ---- tBilU Bill is the other partner of that flourishing business concern, Shilton and Gravenstreter. HARRY SHOAFF ----- fRedJ Harry is a 1.-:ood example that red hair at- tracts wisdom. BERNICE SIMON - - tBerniceJ It's agyrrevatinfx when on can't get our joke-Bernice always does. SOPHIE SKANESKY - - - tSal1yJ Sophie intends to be prepared when Cupid calls-she takes home economics. BERTHA SNEIZEK ---- tBertJ Bert's interests are centered on baseball or is it the players? ROBERT SNODGRASS ---- QBobJ Bob might be from the country, but he plans to go places. WILLIAM SPENCER ---- fBi1lJ Please don't call me William my name is Bill. STANLEY STETSON - - - tStanJ With all his manly beauty, Stan still seems to have eupid's arrow proof heart, HELEN STILLWAGON - - tTinyJ 40-love! No, its not beaus and romance, just tennis. ERNEST STITZINGER H - tStitzD Sir Malcolm Campbell would undoubtedly enjoy a discussion with one so well informed on motors. CLARA SUSCZYNSKI - - - fBuddieJ Buddie seldom puts herself forward and never intrudes. GERTRUDE SZCZYGLOWSKI - She will get by with a twinkle in her eye. NELLIE SZYMANSKI - - tNellD To dance- with Fred Astaire 1 one of her hopes. ALICE TANNER - - - - tBabeJ Dancing, not studying, is my delight. RICHARD TANNEY - - tDickJ Dick's talent seems to lie in singing German songs. FRANK TAYLOR 4- V- Uuniorj Frank tickles the iVOill'S superbly and he likes music in general. JACK TAYLOR - - tJackJ Jaek's greatest hope is to he an ac- countant. MARY IRENE TAYLOR - -- - - fMitJ Here comes Helen Wills Moody's future rival. MARGARET TEMPESTA - - -- CPegD Peg's ambition is to be a good secretary as well as a tennis player. ANNA THEIS ---- - - fAnnD May be Ann, if you were Bill Tilden's secretary, you would get some pointers on tennis. WILLIAM THEIS - - - - fBillJ Bill is one of those fellows everyone likes. GWENDOLYN THOMAS - - tGwenD Gwen has often said she would rather dance than eat. MARY THOMASSY - - - - If there were more like her, how happy others would be. JAMES THOMPSON - - - -- CJimJ Put James on your ticket committee if you want a full house. MARY TONY - - - - from Boyb Mary goes horseback riding during her leisure time. LESTER TRIPLETT - - - Lcster's weakness is not returning library books on time. EDWARD TUCKER - - - - CED? We can assure Ed a position in Hollywood as double for Oliver Hardy. WELBORNE TURNER - - Welborne is a quiet lad who keeps every- thing to himself. EMILY TURNER - -- - fNennieJ Emily's intelligence convinces us that food- stuffs are not the only thing produced on a farm. HILDA UNGAR - - May be bicycle riding is one of Hilda's daily exercises, during the summer months. MARGARET WADLINGER V- - CMegl We are inclined to believe that Meg could use her "Mayflower" to a great advantage in running errands for Miss Hartsuif. LILLAS WAGNER ------ tLilJ Lillas just can't wait until the swimming season is here. HELEN WAINIO ' ' tBlondel I . Helen is small and fair A syph-like creature floating through air. MERRILL WALLS ---- A - tPercyJ Merrill has as difficult a time in collect- ing class dues as President Roosevelt has in trying to end the depression. BETTY WALTER - - fBettl Betty is well informed on all the coming dances. DOROTHY WARD - - - - tDotl Dorothy, a bright and cheerful lass. may become the second Eleanor Holme because of her swimming ability. LOUISE WARNOCK - - - fLouJ Her qualities of sincerity make her dear to all. MARY WASILISIN - - tBlue Eyesl Although Mary possesses a sweet disposi- tion, we often wonder whether or not she gets tired of putting the honor roll on Miss Hartsuff's blackboard. HAROLD WATSON - - N tHaroldJ Harold may some day bc first drummer in Cab Calloway's orchestra. BUD WHARTON - - - - tBudj We wonder why Bud gets along so Well with his teachers. DON WAHITING - - tDonl The eountry has produced many great men. MARY WILKINS - -- Mary spends her summer months on ihc beach . ,. FRANCES YAKOWICZ - - - fJeanJ There are some girls in high school who may envy Frances' naturally blonde hair. MABEL WILLIAMS ---- - fMaeD HELEN YASKO - - - - fHelenJ Since girls don't play baseball, Mabel pre- fers dancing as a past-time. EDWIN WILSON - - If Helen is as liprht on her feet as she is with her mouth. we know she must be a good ,, fEdj dancer. Scrubbing muddy football pants is a he- man's job. ROBERT YOUNG - - - fY0ungieJ Andy Brown the second fthe great, loverb. . ANGELA ZAJAC - - fAngieJ HUDSON WILSON - - - QHudJ The popular man can play a musical in- strument. PHILLIP WIMER - - V- lPetel Angela has kept us wondering! whether it was love that made he-r lose so mueh weight. Why does Pete insist on tellingr thc' same joke over and ov:-ri' RALPH ZEIGLER ROSE WIRL ---V - - - QJULIETJ We may say that the fresh country air Rose gets may be the cause for her roy checks, STELLA WOLOSEWICH - -- fSlimJ Stella always shares her intelligence with someone who may need it. Ralph was never tHe just trippedl. JOHN ZONA - motorcycle. ALSO GRADUATING EMMA COLALUCA FRANCIS CZEMERDA ANN FLEMING CHARLES HELLE WILLIAM KOSCIUSZKO HELEN PALKOVITCH LESTER TRIPLETT John wants to be a - - - - fRalphJ -foing to fall for a girl - - Uohnb c I7 so he can ride :1 CLASS SONG School's out, classmates One more perfect term is through School's out, classmates The perfect ending dream come true We've reached the day of parting Weill miss you tenderly School's out, classmates Close your books and think of me. June's here, classmates One more perfect step is through June's here, classmates The saddest moment has come true We've dreamed the hour of parting So Wake us gente-ly June's here, classmates Close your books and think of me. by John Capitola. CIZGANIZATICNS i SENATUS RONIANUS LATIN HONORS FOURTH YEAR HONORS-JUHG, 1936 THIRD YEAR HONORS-January, 1936 Summa Cum Laude '--------- Anna MiSCima1'1'a Summa Cum Laude ,..,.................. Donald Lusk Magna Cum Lallde ---------- Lesbia Ellen Cleal Magna Cum Laude .................... Lorraine Hook Cum Laude .... Emily Turner, Edwin Wilson, Cum Laude .A............ Jean Tinsley, Mary Ellen Pansy Ma1'tiUi, Stella GiY10Chi- Henderson, Robert Goldman, Virginia SECOND YEAR HoNoRs-January, 1936 Loma" Summa Cum Laude ...................... Robert Jones Magna Cum Laude .................... Dorothy Ward JUNIOR HIGH HONORS-June, 19a6 Cum Laude ....,. Marian Butler, Pauline Lynch, Summa Cum Laude .................... Irwin Master Louise Brown, Marian Conner, Joe Wilk, Magna Cum Laude ..,..... ....... C onstance Watt Margaret Stevenson, Leanna Morgan. Cum Laude ...........,...... ...... D orothea Donegan OFFICERS Consul Primus ....... ..,.....,...... D onald Lusk Scriba ......... ........ V irginia Ramsey Consul Secundus ...... ........ W illiam McGary Quaestor ...... ............ R uth Paden MEMBERS Fanny Baron, II Leanna Morgan, II Louise Brown, L H ,NG'H3. Sara Nitche, II Jane Bryan, I, II , - Paul Onicka, II Marian Butler,II 'ii Ruth Paden, II Pearl Clark, II Hathaway Pattison, I Lesbia Ellen Cleal, III Virginia Ramsey, II Marian Conner, II ,' Nick Santangelo, II Rose Costa, I Ruth Schmidt, II Estella Cukerbaum, II Vivian Davidson, II Jane Davis, I Samuel Davy, I Hugh Fitzpatrick, I Stella Ginocchi Janet Hartland, II Mary Ellen Henderson, Lorraine Hook, II, III Josephine Jenkins, II Robert Jones, I, II Charles Kacmarcy, fconscriptusb Rose Katz, QconscriptaJ I James Lehman, fconscriptusl Virginia Louer, II, III Helen Love, I Theresa Love, II Donald Lusk, I, II, III Pauline Lynch, II William McGary,II Margaret Mary Maher, II Ted Marlin, II Evelyn McMichael, II Pansy Martini, II, III Pauline Master, II Anna Miscimarra, I Martha Nell Shaffer, III Harry Shoai, II Margaret Stevenson, II Gertrude Taylor, I Frank Taylor, II James Thompson, I Jean Tinsley, I, II, III Emily Turner, I Helen Villani, I, II Dorothy Wadlinger, I Margaret Wadlinger, II Edwin Wilson, II Betty Wise, II Dorothy Ward, II Joe Wilk, II THE GIRL RESERVES SLOGAN-"To find and give the best" MOTTO-"To face life squarely" President Vice President Secretary Treasurer - Miss Turk CODE Gracious in manner- Impartial in judgment- Ready for service- Loyal to friends- Reaching toward the best- Earnest in purpose- Seeing the beautiful- Eager for knowledge- Reverent to God- Victorious over self- Ever dependable- Sincere at all times- THE CLUB OFFICERS Peggy England - - Geraldine Getty - Janet Hartland Ruth Shannon Y. VV. C. A. SECRETARY Miss Dorothy Stewart ADVISORS Miss Purdue ., , if za ,j 5' L .Q THE SENIOR I-Il-Y CLUB The Hi-Y Club as an organization of the Y. M. C. A. has a three- fold purposegto creat, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character. The members of this club endeavor to carry out these aims through clean living in speech, sports, and scholarship. To endeavor to accomplish the above aims the meetings a1'e planned accordingly. As a result we have had some very interesting speakers such as: Attorney, Joe McFate, Dr. G. S. Bennett, "Y" Director Henry McNichols, and others. We were represented at the Older Boys Conference in Punxsatawney. For a period of seven weeks, a Bible Study Course was conducted by the State Y. M. C. A., at the conclusion of which a written examination was given, with our club ranking very high. As a means of raising money, the organization sponsored the movie, "The Voice of Bugle Ann" at a local theatre, which was a marked financial success. The social program for the year included a Father and Sons night and Ladies' night. THE OFFICERS FOR THIS YEAR ARE: President - - Kenneth McConnell Vice President - - George Weiker Secretary - Donald Rowland Treasurer - William Thompson Supervisor - A. C. Brown THE LINCOLN HI-Y This Club is composed of Sophomores and Juniors. It is a branch of the Senior Hi-Y. These boys will become members of the Senior Hi Y when they are Seniors. President - Vice President Treasurer - Secretary Supervisor - THE OFFICERS ARE: Tommy McCormick Harold McNeese Bill Anthony - James Cavell - John Templeton Ch fe -.,L.... THE STUDENT COUNCIL AND REPRESENTATIVES COUNCIL OFFICERS President - - Robert Brest Vice President - Williaiii Chip Secretary - - Leah Davis Assistant Secretary - Dorothy Ward Treasurer - - - Charles Mort COUNCIL MEMBERS SENIOR A-Robert Brest, Harry Shoaf, Dorothy Ward, Dorothy Donahey. SENIOR B4John McConag'hy, Charles Allen, lVIary Ellen Henderson, Virginia Ramsey. JUNIOR A-William Chip, Charles Mort, Leah Davis. JUNIOR B-Edward Parado, Kathryn Boya, Nancy Hall. SOPHOMORE A+Francis Gregor, Vera Patton. The chief activity of the Student Council for this semester was the revival of the student banquet for the basketball and football players. The Council joined the state organization of Student Councils, and sent delegates to the Ebensburg Convention. Y ' VN.. THE SERVICE SQUADS u -T I si' - v " 3' 93F4f:5 1:'Z'." . , , , l., .A::4W. FN FA-JL ! if K X tgp MW! THE BASKETBALL REVIEW The 1935-36 Athletic Teams of the Senior High School culminated probably the greatest record of athletic excellence ever achieved in the entire history of Ne-Ca-Hi. The football team had a most unusual record of ten games won and one 'tie game. In basketball, after a splendid start, the team ran into a slump losing' four games in mid-season. Returning' to their early season form they ran up a series of amazing triumphs which lead them to the final game for the scholastic basketball championship of the state losing out in the final 30 seconds of play by two points due to two sensational field goals by the other 'I'inalist. Many words of praise could be recorded for the boys who represented Ne-Ca- Hi in the above picture. Space will not permit, but two qualities especially, which the above group of boys possessed are worthy of recording in the Ne-Ca-Hi Annual of the June Graduating Class of 1936. The first of these is the type of boys who represented their school on this team. These boys were gentlemen, sportsmen and scholars, both on the basketball court and in the classroom. Their personal conduct and scholarship won them the ap- proval, applause and acclaim of the faculty, student body, school men and citizens also in New Castle. The second great characteristic which the above boys possessed was a collective courage unexcelled in the annals of any athletic team in the entire history of New Castle High. This characteristic was repeatedly manifested in the elimination games and so convincingly, and in such a striking manner as to win the acclaim and admira- tion of the thousands of people in the entire state who follow scholastic basketball. From the above group of boys Emil Grommes, center, and John Carik, forward, are lost to the team for next year. Harry Toscano and John Cabas, guards, were lost to the team at the end of the first semester of the current school year. Only once before in the history of the High School has the New Castle 'team won the W. P. I. A. L. Championship in basketball. Never before in the history of the high school has its basketball team competed in the finals for the State Cham- pionship. The June Graduating Class of 1936 can point with pride and satisfaction to the fact that in the entire history of the school their class produced the most outstanding basketball team in all the very remarkable athletic history of Ne-Ca-Hi. THE BAND THE ORCHESTRA THE GERMAN CLUB The German Club, with its membership consisting of pupils from the advanced German classes and post graduates who have studied German, has made definite progress in special features which tend to supplement the regular class room work. Meetings are held bi-Weekly during the third period. The aims of the club are to learn to speak Ge1'man, and to study the country and the customs of the people. This plan was kept in mind in the programs. The Rev. A. M. Stump spoke on "Pennsylvania German as a language and its influence upon our country." Mr. Paul Kissman, a former pupil stressed the impo1'tance of German as a language and some characteristics of the German people. A study of the Rhine Valley, and of German music and composers added to the general knowledge of the club. THE OFFICERS OF THE CLUB ARE: Praesident ------ Stanley Stetson Vize-praesident - - Bill Boston Sekretaer - - Rose Wirl Schatzmeister CLUB ADVISOR Miss Riffer MEMBERS OF THE GERMAN Arvo Aho Jim Barnes Bill Boston Clyde Brest Yxllilliani Carlin Paul Carlisle Edys Davenport Mildred Denglei Frank Eberhart Minnie Figuly Toni Green Vlara Korzek Anflrew Markel Rita Metz Vliarles Randall Dan Reinley Virginia Schmidt Harry Schneitzin Bill Shilton Andrew Markel CLUB ARE: Reid Shiner Stanley Stetson Dick Tanney John Thompson John Tontsch .lack Trent Bill VVeinschenk Rose Wirl Bob Young' 1 w 1 1 "THE CLQSED DOOR" ' A very fine cast produced our class play, t'The Closed Door." This door was closed because of a silly old quarrel between Judge Grey and Doctor Winslow. The Judge is dead but the Doctor still keeps the door barred against the Greys. Geraldine Getty played the part of Portia Grey, the older daughter of Judge Grey very well. She is much concerned with her blind sister, Louise, played by Bertha Naysmith, who played this difficult role with the most remarkable interpretation. Ernest Stitzinger as Roger Winslow is a young aviator with a most irresistible personality. Ida Arnold, the Grey's housekeeper, played by Mary Irene Taylor, says that "the way to Roger's heart is through his stomach." Paul Papenhausen as Guy Graves is another young man who is interested in one of the Grey sisters, namely Portia. After much mis- understanding he finally wins her. The Comedy was supplied by Frank Taylor, Jr. as Izzy Cohen "out to make a dollar." "With Portia's legal brains and Izzy's Jewish blood" it is proved that Izzy didn't burn his second-hand clothing store. Also Theda Gooch, as Marian Mudge, "the borrinest female in the world" was fine. She just hated to borrow but she always returned what she borrow- ed f?J Katie Ganoe, as Celia May, was most hilarious. Dr. Winslow, played by Robert Brest, is finally reconciled. He un- bars the door and operates on Louise to restore her sight. He also approves the marriage of Roger and Louise. Emma Belle Buxton as the rich Mrs. Langwell, handled her small role very well. Arthur Gilchrist was the passing stranger. Due to the unusual talent of the cast and the skilled direction of Miss Clara M. Hartsuff, "The Closed Door" moved with professional smoothness and proved to be one of the most successful of Senior Plays. WHCYS WHO IN NE-CA-HI SENIOR A SENIOR B President ...........,,............ Eddie Donegan President. ...........,.................. Clyde Brest Vice President ........ ....... J ames Barnes Vice President ................... George Vargo Secretary .............. ...... P ansy Martini Secretary .............. ........ P aul Rumbaugh Treasurer ....,.........,..,....... David Rowland Treasurer ............................ Tom Twaddle JUNIOR A JUNIOR B President ...................... Richard Gardner President ........,................... Richard Johns Vice President .................... Dale Gardner Vice President .............. Jeanne Hartland Secretary .............. ............ L eah Davis Secretary .............. ............... H elen Boyd Treasurer ........ .,..... B ill Chip Treasurer ........ ........ J oe Montgomery SOPHOMORE A President .....,.............. Norabelle Wolford Vice President .......... Ernest McCandless Secretary .............................. Henry Goles Treasurer ........... ............ J ane Shaffer GIRL RESERVES HI-Y President ........,.,............... Peggy England Vice President .............. Geraldine Getty Secretary ..........,.., .,...... J anet Hartland Treasurer ........ ......Ruth Shannon President ................., Kenneth McConnell Vice President ......,.......,. George Weiker Secretary ........................... Dave Rowland Treasurer ....... ........ W illiam Thompson LINCOLN HI-Y President ................. .Tommy McCormick Vice President ............,. Harold McNeese Secretary .............. ......... J ames Cavell Treasurer .........., ........ B ill Anthony Supervisor ..... , ..... John Templeton GERMAN CLUB SENATUS ROMANUS President ......................... Stanley Stetson Consul Primus ...,,............... Donald Lusk Vice President ........................ Bill Boston Consul Secundus .......... William McGary Secretaryl ............. ........... R ose Wirl Scriba ....................... ...... . Jean Tinsley Treasurer ...,....... ...... A ndy Markel Quaestor .........,..... .....,.. R uth Paden NE-CA-HI STAFF Editor-in-chief ..,........................................... David Rowland Business Manager .................... ......,..... ..... . . .Bill Shilton Assistant Business Manager ,...,.,.. ..... J ames Gravenstreter Typists ....................................... STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES SCharlotte Reynolds """ZHelen Wainio STUDENT COUNCIL President ..................,............... Bob Brest Vice President ................ Eddie Donegan Secretary. ......... . Treasurer ........ ......Dave Rowland ......Charles Probst President ............, Vice President... Brest , ......... Bill chip Secretary ......,.... .. ......... Leah Davis Treasurer. ...... . TEAM CAPTAINS Football .......................,.... Harry Toscano Basketball ....... ,. SHWY Toscano 2Domenick Covelli CHEER LEADERS Reid Shiner Frank Robinson Benny Jenkins ........Charles Mort SENIOR ARVO AHO Music Contest City 1115, 1125 County 1115 Sectional 1115, 1125 State 1115 National Contest 1115 Senior Orchestra 1105, 1115, German Club 1125 ELLEN AHO Shorthand Awards 1105, 1115 Gym Exhibition 1115 DOROTHY ALEXANDER Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 Gym Exhibition 1115 MARTHA ALEXANDER Girl Reserves 1125 Shorthand Awards 1115 WENDELL ALLEN Shorthand Awards 1125 Class Vice President 1105 Student Representative 1105 Class Basketball 1105 Perfect Attendance 1115, 1125 Monitor Squad 1105, 1115, 1125 Orchestra 1105, 1115, 1125 National Contest 1125 Hi-Y 1105, 1115 Dismissal Squad 1115 Band 1115 State Contest 1125 JACK ALLISON Art Staff 1125 Bulletin Squad Captain 1125 ELIZABETH AMADIO Girl Reserves 1125 JACK ANDERSON Perfect Attendance 1105, 1125 MARGARET ANDERSON Monitor Squad 1105 Information Squad 1115 ADELINE BAPTISTE Shorthand Award 1115 Perfect Attendance 1105 1125 ACTIVITIES WILDA ARMSTRONG Perfect Attendance 1125 Home Economics Club 1105 Squad Leader 1115 Gym Exhibition 1115 JAMES BARNES Vice President 1125 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 Hi-Y 1105, 1115, 1125 Student Representative 11 05, Monitor Squad 1115, 1125 German Club 1125 Usher 1105, 1115, 1125 News Reporter 1125 Sub-Treasurer 1115, 1125 GLADYS BEALS Girl Reserves 1105 Class Basketball 1105 Class Volley Ball 1105 Shorthand Awards 1105, 1115 Gym Exhibition 1105, 1115 Monitor Squad 1105 EDWARD BENDER Student Representative 11 0 5 Gym Exhibition 1105 Monitor Squad 1115 EARL BENN Monitor Squad 1115 GEORGIA BEVAN 1115 Perfect Attendance 1115, 1125 Dismissal Squad 1125 Monitor Squad 1105 Shorthand Awards 1115 SAM BLOISE Varsity Football 1115, 1125 Captain of Dismissal Squad 1125 Inspection Squad 1125 RUSSELL BOOK Art Staif 1125 Band 1105, 1115, 1125 Orchestra 1105, 1115, 1125 Music Contests: Sectional 1105, 1115, 1125 State 1105, 1115, 1125 National 1115 Monitor Squad 1115 I l 1 MARY BIONDI Perfect Attendance 1115, 1125 MARY BOWERS Girl Reserves 1105, 1115, Monitor Squad 1125 Inspection Squad 1125 Gym Exhibition 1115 ROBERT BREST Student Council: Vice President 1125 President 1125 1125 Captain of Equipment Squad 1125 Hi-Y 1105, 1115, 1125 Class Basketball 1115 Varsity Basketball 1125 Varsity Football 1125 Perfect Attendance 1105, 1115, 1125 Monitor Squad 1115, 1125 Information Squad 1115 Usher 1125 Student Member of Athletic Council 1125 'tThe Closed Door" 1125 WILLIAM BROAD Captain of Inspection Squad 1125 MILDRED BROADDUS Girl Reserves 1115, 1125 Shorthand Awards 1105, 1115 JANE BRYAN Class Secretary 1115 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 Music Contests: City 1105, 1115, 1125 County 1105, 1115, 1125 A Sectional 1105, 1115, 11 State 1105, 1115, 1125 National 1125 25 Student Representative 1105 Perfect Attendance 1105 Orchestra 1105, 1115, 1125 Senatus Romanus 1105, 1115, 1125 WILLIAM BUCCI Class Basketball 1105, 1115 Monitor Squad 1105, 1115 MARIE BUCHNER Senior Orchestra 1115, 1125 Music Contests: Sectional 1115, 1125 State 1115, 1125 National 1115 RICHARD BURGO Monitor Squad 1115, 1125 Perfect Attendance 1105, 1115 EMMA BELLE BUXTON Girl Reserves 1105, 1115, 1125 Gym Exhibition 1115 "The Closed Door" 1125 Hall Monitor 1125 JOHN CABAS Varsity Football 1115, 1125 Varsity Basketball 1115, 1125 Class Basketball 1105 Class Basketball Referee 1125 Student Representative 1125 Assembly Squad 1125 DOROTHY CAMPBELL Home Economics 1105, 1115 Gym Exhibition 1115 FREDA CAMPBELL Sorthand Awards 1115 JEAN CAMPBELL Monitor Squad 1105 JOHN CAPITOLA Perfect Attendance 1105, 1115 Class Secretary 1105 Class Basketball 1105, 1115, 1125 Class Song Award 1125 Student Representative 1115 Varsity Football 1115, 1125 WILLIAM CARLIN German Club 1125 Monitor Squad 1125 PAUL CARLISLE Inspection Squad 1115 Announcement Squad 1125 ROBERT CARSON Perfect Attendance 1105 Dismissal Squad 1125 Monitor Squad 1125 Class Basketball 1105 JEAN CARTWRIGHT Girl Reserves 1115, 1125 Perfect Attendance 1115 Sub-Treasurer of Class 1115, 1125 Monitor Squad 1105, 1125 JAMES CHAFFEE Monitor Squad 1105, 1125 Usher 1125 Office Squad 1125 DORTHY CHAMBERS Girl Reserves 1125 Perfect Attendance 1125 RALPH CIALELLO Library Squad 1115, 1125 FLORA CIMINI Perfect Attendance 1115 Shorthand Awards 11 15 BERTHA CLARK Home Economics Club 1105 LESBIA CLEAL Latin Senate 1115, 1125 Monitor Squad 1105 CLARA CLOBUS Shorthand Awards 1115 RUTH CONTI Class Volley Ball 1105, 1115 Class Basketball 1105 Class Basketball Captain 1105 Squad Leader 1125 Class Newcomb 1105, 1115 Monitor Squad 1125 Shorthand Awards 1115 Gym Exhibition 1115 Library Assistant 1125 JACK COOPER Art Staff 1125 Music Contest Sectional 1115, 1125 Perfect Attendance 1115, 1125 Band 1105, 1115, 1125 Operetta 1125 Monitor Squad 1115 Usher 1105 TERESITA COSGROVE Girl Reserves 1125 Girl Reserves Cabinet 1125 Monitor Squad 1125 MARIAN CROMIE Perfect Attendance 1125 Shorthand Awards 1115 K ATHERINE COYNE Gym Exhibition 1105, 1115 Class Volley Ball 1115 Perfect Attendance 1105, 1115, 1125 Shorthand Awards 1105, 1115 Inspection Squad 1125 FRANK CRISCI Varsity Football 1105, 1115, 1125 Class Basketball 1105, 1115, 1125 Track 1105, 1125 FRANCIS CZEMERDA Arnold High 1105, 1115 Perfect Attendance 1125 JOHN DACHKO Band 1115 Music Contest Sectional 1125 HELEN DALY Girl Reserves 1105 Shorthand Awards 1115 JAMES De GARMO Hi-Y 1125 Monitor Squad 1105 ELIZABETH De GENOVA Shorthand Awards 1115 Perfect Attendance 1105 HELEN DELIN Shorthand Awards 1115 JOSEPH De MATTIO Varsity Football 1115 Monitor Squad 1115 MILDRED DENGLER Chorus 1105 German Club 1125 EDICE DICKS Perfect Attendance 1125 EVA DICKS Perfect Attendance 1115 PHYLLIS DILKS Perfect Attendance 1115 DOROTHY DONAHEY Student Council 1125 Girl Reserves 1105 Gym Exhibition 1105 Shorthand Awards 1115 EDWIN DONEGAN Class President 1115, 1125 Student Representative 11 15 , Varsity Football 1115, 1125 JUNE DONALDSON Monitor Squad 1105 BERNARD DOONE , Perfect Attendance 1105 Monitor Squad 1115 Assistant Librarian 1125 Usher 1115 Monitor Captain 1125 Library Squad 11 15 SARA DRUSCHEL Orchestra 1115, 1125 Music Contest: State 1115, 1125 National 1115 Shorthand Awards 1115 DOROTHY EAKIN Perfect Attendance 1105, 1125 Music Contest: Sectional 1105, 1115 National 1115 State 1115 Orchestra 1105, 1115 Gym Exhibition 1115 Shorthand Awards 1115 Dismissal Squad 1125 EDWARD EAKIN Monitor Squad 1125 Usher 1125 Inspection Squad 1125 Dismissal Squad 1125 FRANK EBERHART Band 1105 German Club 1125 Music Contest: Sectional 1105 State 1105 RITA ELLIOTT Shorthand Awards 1115 Home Economics 1125 JOHNRAE EARL Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 News Staff 1115, 1125 Usher 1115, 1125 Monitor Squad 1115 Stamp Club 1115 Shorthand Awards 1115 1125 SARA EDWARDS Art Staif 1125 Girl Reserves 1115, 1125 Cabinet 1125 Perfect Attendance 1105, 1115, 1125 Bulletin Board Squad 1125 Class Basketball 1105 Monitor Squad 1105 PEGGY ENGLAND Class Vice President 1105 Class Secretary 1115 Girl Reserves 1115, 1125 Girl Reserves Secretary 1115 Girl Reserves President 1125 Home Economics 1125 ROBERT ENGS Varsity Basketball 1125 Varsity Football 1125 THOMAS EVANS Monitor Squad 1125 Orchestra 1105, 1115 Music Contest: National 1115 MIKE FARRIS Art Staff 1125 CLEORA FAUZEY Gym Exhibition 1105, 1115 Squad Leader 1105, 1115, 1125 Class Basketball 1105, 1115, 1125 Class Volley Ball 1115, 1125 Class Newcomb 1105 Perfect Attendance 1105, 1115, 1125 Shorthand Awards 1115 JACK FIX Band 1105, 1115, 1125 Orchestra 1125 Music Contests: State 1105, 1115 Brass Sextet 1125 Sectional 1125 City 1125 LAWRENCE FIORELLI Monitor Squad 1125 Perfect Attendance 1105, 1125 RITA FLANAGAN Shorthand Awards 1115 MILDRED FLEEGER Usher 1115 Class Basketball 1105, 1115 Class Volley Ball 1105 Girl Reserves 1115 Shorthand Awards 1115 RITA FLYNN Perfect Attendance 1105, 1115 Squad Leader 1115, 1125 Class Newcomb 1105 Class Volley Ball 1115 Class Basketball 1105, 1115, 1125 Gym Exhibition 1105, 1115 Class Basketball Captain 1105, 1125 Class Volley Ball Captain 1115 Class Basketball Coach 1125 JULIA FRASSO Shorthand Awards 1115 Monitor Squad 1125 Inspection Squad 1125 Girl Reserves 1105 MARIETTA FRAZIER Girl Reserves 1125 Perfect Attendance 1125 Student Representative 1125 Gym Exhibition 1115 JOSEPH FRAZIER Perfect Attendance 1105, 1125 CURTIS FRITZ Class President 1105 Student Representative 1115, 1125 Perfect Attendance 1105, 1115, 1125 Usher 1125 Monitor Squad 1105, 1115, 1125 Assembly Squad 1115 H-Y 1125 Dismissal Squad 1125 Chess and Checker Club 1115 Class Basketball 1105 HENRY GADZALSKI Assistant Librarian 1125 Monitor Squad 1125 Perfect Attendance 1105 EDWARD FRITZ Class Football 1105 Class Basketball 1105, Track Team 1105 Track Manager 1115 Orchestra 1105, 1115, 1125 Monitor 1105, 1115 1115, 1125 KATHERINE GANOE "The Closed Door" 1125 Girl Reserves 1105, 1115, 1125 Student Representative 1115 Squad Leader 1125 Gym Exhibition 1115 Sub-Treasurer of Class 1115 FRANCES GARCZWSKI Perfect Attendance 1105 Shorthand Awards 1115 JULIUS GARDOCKY Perfect Attendance 1125 Monitor Squad 1125 Usher 1125 PAUL GENKINGER Rifle Club 1105 LOUIS GEORGE Class Football 1105 Class Basketball 1105, 1115, 1125 Perfect Attendance 1105 Monitor Squad 1105 Varsity Football 1115, 1125 GERALDINE GETTY Girl Reserves 1115, 1125 Vice-President of Girl Reserves 112 Girl Reserve Cabinet 1125 Class Basketball 1115, 1125 Squad Leader 1115, 1125 Gym Exhibition 1115 Perfect Attendance 1115 Sub-Treasurer Class 1125 "The Closed Doorn 1125 Class Volley Ball 1125 RUTH GIBSON Girl Reserves 1125 Perfect Attendance ROSE GILBOY Girl Reserves 1125 Class Basketball 1125 Gym Exhibition 1115 1105, 1115, 1125 I i 1 . 5 1 B 6 i I i 1 6 5 1 j K E 3 1 1 4 1 1 . 1 E 5 3 1 1 l i Q E 2 I E Q 2 E , . 1 1 E . 1 1 i 4 s 5 2 5 + 2 E : l 5 s 1 1 . 5 F 3 I E ' r i , l 2 5 E S a , ,, 1 1 1 7 y 3 Y E I ARTHUR GILCHRIST Perfect Attendance 1115, 1125 Band 1105, 1115 Monitor Captain 1115 Monitor Squad 1115, 1125 "The Closed Door" 1125 Usher 1115, 1125 HLY nop U15 Inspection Squad 1125 STELLA GINOCCHI Senatus Romanus 1115, 1125 Lunch Squad 1115 Gym Exhibition 1115 Perfect Attendance 1125 BILLIE E. GLENN Student Representative 1105 Music Contest 1105, 1115 Solo Contest 1115 Sr. Band 1105, 1115, 1125 Sr. Orchestra 1105, 1115, 112 1 THEDA.GoocH Class Basketball 1105, 1115, 1125 Class Newcomb 11 05 Class Volley Ball 1105, 1115, 1125 Perfect Attendance 1105, 1115, 1125 Squad Leader 1115, 1125 Gym Exhibition 1105 1115 Basketball Captain 1115 "The Closed Door" 1125 WILLIAM GRAHAM Monitor Squad 11 15 A JAMES GRAVENSTRETER Assistant Business Manager Ne- Staff 1125 Junior Kiwanian 1125 Hi-Y 1115, 1125 Perfect Attendance 1105, 1115, Monitor Squad 1115, 1125 Usher Squad 1115, 1125 ROSE GREENE Home Economics Club: President 1115 Representative 1105 Class Newcomb 1115 THOMAS GREEN German Club 1125 Hi-Y 1115, 1125 Perfect Attendance 1115 Assembly Squad 1115 Monitor Squad 1105, 1115 Ca-H1 1125 IRENE GREENBERG Gym Exhibition 1115 LESTER GRIMM Chorus 1105, 1125 Student Council 1115, 1125 Band 1115, 1125 Captain of School Grounds Squad 1115 Dismissal Squad 1125 Music Contest 1125 Operetta 1125 EMIL GROMMES Class Basketball 1105 Varsity Basketball 1115, 1125 Golf 1115, 1125 MARY ELIZABETH GROSS Shorthand Awards 1115 EDWARD GUNTHER Monitor Squad 1125 Pre-Session Squad 1125 MARY ANN GURGACZ Shorthand Awards 1115 LESTER GWIN Captain of Pre-Sessions Squad 1115, 1125 Captain of UA" Period Squad 1115, 1125 Monitor Squad 1125 ALFREDA HABIB Shorthand Award 1115 Dismissal Squad 1125 GEORGE HAHN Perfect Attendance 1105 Monitor Squad 1125 Usher 1125 Shorthand Awards 1115 WANDA HANNA Perfect Attendance 1115, 1125 LLOYD HARRIS Band 1105, 1115, 1125 Junior Orchestra 1105 LOTTIE HARTFELDER Shorthand Awards 1115 MARJORIE HILDEBRAND Girl Reserves 1121 Perfect Attendance 1111, 1121 Gym Ezhibition 1111 Student Representative 1111 JOSIE MAE HILL Senatus Romanus 1101, 1111, 1121 ANNA MAE HOLMES Perfect Attendance 11 01 Student Representative 11 11 Shorthand Awards 11 11 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 ANNE HOWE Perfect Attendance 1111, 1121 Shorthand Awards 1111 Student Representative 1121 MARGARET HURST Perfect Attendance 1101, 1111, 1121 Shorthand Awards 1111 FRED IOVANELLA Track 1111, 1121 Monitor Squad 1121 GUY JAY Student Representative 1121 THERE SA JANO SKI Class Newcomb 1101 Gym Exhibition 1101, 1111 Class Volley Ball 1111 Basketball Coach 1121 Basketball Referee 1121 Golf Club 1111 Squad Leader 1111, 1121 Class Basketball 1101, 1111, 1121 Shorthand Awards 1101, 1111 ARMAS JOKI Monitor Squad 1101, 1111, 1121 Office Squad 1101 Sub-Treasurer 1121 Usher 1121 LEO JUSTINE Cheer Leader 1121 Monitor Squad 1111 Usher 1101, 1111 Office Squad 1111 CHARLES KACMARCY Senatus Romanus 1121 Monitor Squad 1121 ANDREW KARKI Perfect Attendance 1101, 1111 112 Track 1121 WALTER KAWA Perfect Attendance 1101 Assembly Squad 1121 JEAN KAZENSKI Perfect Attendance 1111 Shorthand Awards 1101, 1111 HELEN KELLER Shorthand Awards 1101, 11 11 Student Representative 11 11 Sub-Treasurer 11 11 JACK KELTY Office Squad 1101, 1111, 1121 Monitor Squad 1101 Student Representative 1111 Class Football 1111 Class Basketball 1111 Perferct Attendance 1101, 1111, 1121 EUGENE KENDRA LOUISE JOHNSON Perfect Attendance 1101, 1111 Shorthand Awards 1101, 1111 ELIZABETH JOSEPH Squad Leader 1111, 1121 Class Basketball 1101, 1111, 1121 Class Volley Ball 1111, 1121 Gym Exhibition 1101, 1111 French Club 1111 Golf Club 1111 Student Representative 1101 Basketball Coach 1111, 1121 Basketball Referee 1111, 1121 Class Officer 1101, 1111 Assistant Librarian 1121 Class Basketball 1101 Monitor Squad 1111 CHARLES KENNEDY Class Basketball 1101 Tennis Team 1101 Monitor Squad 1111, 1121 JAMES KERR Monitor Squad 1121 Usher 1121 GEORGE KENNEDY Hi-Y 1115 Class Basketball 1105, 1115, 1125 Class Football 1105 Usher 1125 Monitor Squad 1115 FE RN KI RKER Student Representative 1105 Shorthand Awards 1115 BETTY KITE Class Basketball 1115, 1125 Class Volley Ball 1115 Shorthand Awards 1115 STEPHEN KLECKNER Band1105, 1115, 1125 Music Contests: Sectional 1105, 1115, 1125 State 1105, 1115 National 1115 MARIAN KLINE Perfect Attendance 1115 JOHN KNORR Monitor Squad 1125 Dismissal Squad 1115 Shorthand Awards 1115 CLARA KORZEC German Club 1125 STEPHEN KOS Band 1105, 1115, 1125 Orchestra 1105, 1115, 1125 Music Contests: Sectional 1105, 1115, 1125 State 1105, 1115 National 1115 MARION KOSZELLA Art Staff 1115 Orchestra 1105, 1115 ADAM KREZO Varsity Football 1125 Class Basketball 1105, 1115 Reserve Basketball 1125 Assembly Squad 1125 Captain 1125 Student Representative 1115 Class Basketball Referee 1125 JOHN KULA Class Basketball 1105, 1115, 1125 Golf Club 1115, 1125 Student Representative 1105 Monitor Squad 1115, 1125 Shorthand Awards 1105, 1115 ' WALTER KWOLEK Art Staff 1125 Class Basketball 1125 AUGUSTUS La MARCO Perfect Attendance 1115, 1125 Class Basketball 1105, 1115, 1125 Track 1115, 1125 Monitor Squad 1105, 1115, 1125 MARIETTA LAMORELLA Perfect Attendance 1105 Shorthand Awards 1115 Lunch Room Squad 1115, 1125 Gym Exhibition 1115 KATHERINE LANG Home Economics Club 1115 Class Basketball 1105 Perfect Attendance 1125 EMMA LAWRENCE Shorthand Awards 11 15 JOSEPH LAWRENCE Perfect Attendance 1105, 1115 Monitor Squad 1115 Service Squad 1115 Class Basketball 1125 JAMES LEHMAN Senatus Romanus 1125 CARMEN LEONARDO Band 1115 Monitor Squad 1115 LAWRENCE LESH Class Basketball 1105 Track 1105 PETE LISKO Operetta 1125 Band 1105, 1115, 1125 Orchestra 1115, 1125 Chorus 1125 Track 1115 LOUIS LITWINIWICH Perfect Attendance 1105, 1115, 1125 WALTER LITWINOWICZ Monitor Squad 1115 Class Basketball 1105 Varsity Track 1115 ROBERT LOUDEN Perfect Attendance 1115 Monitor Squad 1115 Usher 1125 Student Representative 1115 JENNIE MACARELLA Shorthand Awards 1115 Gym Exhibition 1115 Perfect Attendance 1115 ALICE MACK Monitor Squad 1105 Home Economics 1105, 1115 ROBERT MACKIE Hi-Y 1115, 1125 Monitor Squad 1115, 1125 Basketball 1105 Perfect Attendance 1115 Usher 1115 JOHN MALLEY Class Basketball 1115 Varsity Football 1115, 1125 Bessemer High 1105 JOE MARKELL Band 1105, 1115 Orchestra 1125 Music Contest: Sectional 1125 SU ZANNA MARK O Chorus 1105 Shorthand Awards 1115 Perfect Attendance 1105, 1115 ANNA JEAN MARTIN Home Economics 1105, 1115, 1125 JAMES MASTROPIETRO Monitor Squad 1115 Information Squad 1115 Usher 1125 Sub-Treasurer 1115, 1125 PANSY MARTINI Secretary of Class 1125 Vice President of Class 1105 Student Council 1115 Student Representative 1125 Senatus Romanus 1115, 1125 Gym Exhibition 1115 ROBERT MATHEWS Class Officer 1105 Monitor Squad 1115, 1125 EUGENIA MATT Girl Reserves 1105 Assistant Librarian 1115, 1125 Squad Leader 1115, 1125 Gym Exhibition 1115 Perfect Attendance 1105, 1115 ALOYS MATNACK Class Basketball 1115 Monitor Squad 1105, 1125 Orchestra 1105, 1115, 1125 VIRGIL MAYBRAY Squad Captain 1125 Student Representative 1115 Shorthand Awards 1115 Equipment Squad 1115 Monitor Squad 1105, 1125 FRANK MELNICK Perfect Attendance 1105, 1115, 1125 Shorthand Awards 1125 MAURICE MERVIS Monitor Squad 1115, 1125 RITA METZ Girl Reserves 1125 Assistant Librarian 1125 German Club 1125 ANNA MISCIMARRA Senatus Romanus 1105, 1115, 1125 Gym Exhibition 1115 Sub-Treasurer of Class 1125 Student Representative 1105 VIRGINIA MITCHELL Assistant Squad Leader 1115 GERTRUDE MIZAK Dismissal Squad 1125 Gym Exhibition 1115 Shorthand Awards 1105, 1115 Usher 1115 RUTH MOORE Perfect Attendance 1101, Orchestra 1111, 1121 Music Contests: Sectional 1111, 1121 1111, 1121 State 1111 National 1111 Band 1121 Chorus 1101, 1121 Operetta 1121 THELMA MORGAN Shorthand Awards 1111 Girl Reserves 1101, 1111 Gym Exhibition 1101, 1111 Squad Leader 1111, 1121 Student Representative 1121 Monitor Squad 1121 Inspection Squad 1121 ROBERT MCCANN Monitor Squad 1111 Dismissal Squad 1121 DOROTHY McCREADY Monitor Squad 1101, 1121 Gym Exhibition 1111 Shorthand Awards 1111 HARRY MCCULLOUGH Student Representative 1101 Monitor Squad 1111, 1121 Perfect Attendance 1101, 1111, 1121 BETTIE MCCURDY Girl Reserves 1101, 1111 Shorthand Awards 1111 Gym Exhibition 1111 Inspection Squad 1121 WYLIE MCGAFFIC Monitor Squad 1121 JEAN McGEORGE Girl Reserves 1111 Chorus 1121 VIRGINIA MCGRATH Home Economics 1101, 1111 Perfect Attendance 1101 Gym Exhibition 1111 Chorus 1121 EDWARD McKEE Student Representative 1111 Class Basketball 1101, 1111, 1121 Monitor Squad 1111, 1121 ROBERT MCGREGOR Monitor Squad 1121 Class Basketball 1111, 1121 Varsity Football 1101, 1111 CHARLOTTE McIVER Dismissal Squad 1121 Perfect Attendance 1101, 1111 Shorthand Awards 1111 ELEANOR McLAUGHLIN Girl Reserves 1101, 1111 JOE MCMILLEN Monitor Squad 1101, 1121 MIKE NARD Orchestra 1101, 1111 Music Contests: State 1111 Sectional 1111 National 1111 BERTHA NAYSMITH Monitor Captain 1121 "The Closed Door" 1121 Annual StaH 1121 Girl Reserves 1101, 1111 Chorus 1101 Gym Exhibition 1111 PAUL NESBIT Monitor Squad 11 11 EFFIE NIGRO Perfect Attendance 1101, 1111 HELEN NOCERA Orchestra 1101 Shorthand Awards 1101, 1111 Girl Reserves 1101 Gym Exhibition 1111 EILEEN O'LEARY Shorthand Awards 11 11 RUTH PADEN Senatus Romanus 1101, 1111, Information Squad 1111 Girl Reserves 1111 Library Assistant 1121 CLARA PAGLEY Assistant Librarian 1121 112 1121 HELEN PALKOVITCH Girl Reserves 1125 Shorthand Awards 1115 Class Basketball 1105, 1115, 11 25 Class Newcomb 1105, 1115, 1125 Class Volley Ball 1105, 1115 PAUL PAPENHAUSEN Class President 1105 Track Manager 1115 Monitor Squad 1115, 1125 Captain 1125 Perfect Attendance 1125 Orchestra 1105, 1115, 1125 Music Contests: Sectional 1105, 1115, 1125 State 1105, 1115 National 1115 "The Closed Door" 1125 MARIAN PATTERSON Gym Exhibition 1115 Bulletin Board Squad Captain Assistant Librarian 1125 Ne-Ca-Hi Art Staff 1125 RUSSELL PATTERSON Monitor Squad 1125 MARJORIE PATTISON Girl Reserves 1105, 1115, 1125 Class Basketball 1115 Class Volley Ball 1105, 1115 1125 Home Economics Club 1105, 1115 HARRY PAUL Monitor Squad 1105, 1125 Assistant Librarian 1125 Office Squad 1115 "Seventeen" 1125 'The Closed Door" 1125 Usher 1125 Class Basketball 1105 JAYNE PEARSALL Student Council 1115 Student Representative 1105, 1 Squad Leader 1115, 1125 Girl Reserves 1105, 1115, 1125 Information Squad 1115 Inspection Squad 1125 Monitor Captain 1125 Gym Exhibition 1115 DON PORTEOUS Band 1105, 1115 Monitor Squad 1125 Shorthand Awards 1115 115 LOIS PORTER Monitor Squad 1105 Girl Reserves 1125 VELMA PRATT Girl Reserves 1105, 1115 Student Representative 1105, 1115 Monitor Squad 1125 Inspection Squad 1125 Shorthand Awards 1115 Inspection Squad Secretary 1125 JOSEPH PREISEL Monitor Squad 1115, 1125 WILLARD PRICE Student Representative 1105 Office Squad 1115 Perfect Attendance 1125 DON RAE Usher 1125 SUSIE RAGNELLI Perfect Attendance 1105 Shorthand Awards 1105, 1115 Assistant Librarian 1125 ARTHUR RAMSEY Student Representative 11 05 FRANK RAM SEY Shorthand Awards 1115 Monitor Squad 1125 MARY RATVOSKY Chorus 1105 Perfect Attendance 1105 Shorthand Awards 1115 RUTH REDMAN Shorthand Awards 1115 KATHERYN REITER Class Newcomb 1105 Class Volley Ball 1115 Class Basketball 1105, 1115, 1125 Basketball Coach 1115, 1125 Basketball Referee 1115, 1125 Golf Club 1115 Squad Leader 1105, 1115, 1125 Gym Exhibition 1115 Shorthand Awards 1125 l , 4 1 CHARLOTTE REYNOLDS Ne-Ca-Hi Stai 1123 News Reporter 1123 Shorthand Awards 1113 WILLIAM RINEY Class Basketball 1113, 1123 Perfect Attendance 1103 Monitor Squad 1123 Auditorium Squad 1123 Band 1103 WILLIAM ROHRER Monitor Captain 1123 Perfect Attendance 1113, 1123 Monitor Squad 1123 Assistant Librarian 1123 Class Basketball 1103 MARGARET ROPP Monitor Squad 1123 Perfect Attendance 1103, 1113, 1123 LOUIS ROSS Monitor Captain 1123 Monitor Squad 1123 Student Representative 1103 Perfect Attendance 1103 DAVID ROWLAND Class Treasurer 1103, 1113, 1123 Student Representative 1103, 1123 Secretary 1123 Hi-Y 1103, 1113, 1123 Secretary 1123 Shorthand Awards 1103, 1113 Monitor Squad 1113, 1123 Usher Captain 1123 News Staff 1123 Editor-in-Chief of Annual 1123 Pre-Session Squad 1123 Junior Kiwanian 1123 Inspection Squad 1123 Filing Awards 1123 Office Squad 1103 JACK RUPERT Usher 1113, 1123 Monitor Squad 1103, 1113, 1123 Pre-Session Squad 1113, 1123 Track Manager 1113 DOLLY RUSSO Perfect Attendance 1103 Shorthand Awards 1123 EDITH RUSSO Home Economics Club 1103, 1123 Perfect Attendance 1123 ANNA SABOL Shorthand Awards 1113, 1123 DELLA SADLER Perfect Attendance 1103, 1113, 1123 VERA SAGE Perfect Attendance 1103, 1113, 1123 Monitor Squad 1123 Girl Reserves 1103 ROBERT SANDERS Dismissal Squad Captain 1113 Monitor Squad 1113 Perfect Attendance 1103 MARGARET JANE SANKEY Perfect Attendance 1103 Student Representative 1103 Shorthand Awards 1113 Dismissal Squad 1123 RALPH SANTANGELO Music Contests: Sectional 1103, 1113, 1123 State 1103, 1113 National 1113 Perfect Attendance 1113 Monitor Squad 1123 Band 1103, 1113, 1123 Junior Orchestra 1103 MARIETTA SCHIEK Shorthand Awards 1113 HARRY SCHNEITZINGER Music Contests: Sectional 1103, 1113, 1123 State 1103, 1113 National 1113 Band 1103, 1113, 1123 Orchestra 1123 German Club 1123 MARTHA MAE SHAFFER Girl Reserve 1103, 1113, 1123 Inspection Squad 1123 Monitor Squad 1123 Library Assistant 1103 Perfect Attendance 1103 NEDRA SERGEANT Girl Reserve 1101, 1111, 1121 Inspection Squad 1121 Student Representative 1111 MARTHA NELL SHAFFER Girl Reserves 1111, 1121 Stamp Club 1111 Secretary Student Representative 1111 Senatus Romanus 1111, 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 News Reporter 1121 Inspection Squad 1121 Monitor Squad 1101, 1121 Sub-Treasurer of Class 1111, 1121 Class Basketball 1101 JAMES SHIFFLER Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 Chemistry Laboratory Assistant 1121 Monitor Squad 1111, 1121 Perfect Attendance 1101, 1111, 1121 Monitor Captain 1111 WILLIAM SHILTON Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 Business Manager Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 Student Representative 1111 Monitor Captain 1121 German Club 1121 Usher 1121 HARRY SHOAF Band 1101 Student Representative 1101 Student Council 1121 Perfect Attendance 1101, 1111, Music Contest 1101 Senatus Romanus 1111, 1121 1121 BERNICE SIMON Shorthand Awards 1121 SOPHIE SKANESKY Home Economics 1101, 1111, 1121 Chorus 1101 Perfect Attendance 1101 BERTHA SNIEZEK Assistant Librarian 1121 ROBERT SNODGRASS Student Representative 1101, 1111 Perfect Attendance 1101, 1111 Monitor Squad 1101, 1111, 1121 Inspection Squad 1121 WILLIAM SPENCER Usher 1121 Monitor Squad 1121 STANLEY STETSON Track 1111 "Seventeen" 1121 German Club 1121 Library Squad 1121 Monitor Squad 1121 ERNEST STITZINGER "The Closed Door" 1121 Class Basketball 1101, 1121 Monitor Squad 1111, 1121 Assistant Librarian 1121 Assembly Squad 1111 Announcement Squad 1121 Inspection Squad 1111 CLARA SUSCZYNSKI Shorthand Awards 1111, 1121 NELLIE SZYMANSKI Home Economics 1101, 1111, 1121 Perfect Attendance 1121 ALICE TANNER Girl Reserves 1101 Home Economics 1101, 1111, 1121 RICHARD TANNEY Monitor Squad 1121 Pre-Sessions Squad 1111, 1121 German Club 1121 FRANK TAYLOR "The Closed Door" 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi 1121 Music Contest 1121 Student Representative 1101, 1111 Monitor Squad 1111, 1121 Senatus Romanus 1111, 1121 News Staff 1121 MARY IRENE TAYLOR "Seventeen" 1121 Perfect Attendance 1101, 1111 Assistant Librarian 1121 Chorus 1101 Gym Exhibition 1111 "The Closed Door" 1121 MARGARET TEMPESTA Shorthand Awards 1111, 1121 I ,v i il ls i I 5 1 E li 35 il 2 gi il Z2 51 if EE tl li ii Ei li 1! if i, +i il ii 5 1, l 1 'i ii 5 IE El if il ll Ll ii gi 'S Qi ll Ei fl 2? il fx si 2? fi fi ii 1 is is i E ANNA THEIS Shorthand Awards 1115 WILLIAM THEIS Hi-Y 1115, 1125 Hi-Y Vice President 1115 Usher 1115, 1125 HILDA UNGAR Gym Exhibition 1105, 1115 Girl Reserves 1105, 1115 MARGARET WADLINGER Girl Reserves 1125 Class Basketball 1105 Inspection Squad 1125 GWENDOLYN THOMAS Senatus Roinanus 1105, 1115, 112 Monitor Squad 1105 Perfect Attendance 1105 Squad Leader 1105, 1115, 1125 Girl Reserves 1105, 1115 LOIS WAGNER Gym Exhibition 1105, 1113 sher-iherd Awards 1115 Student Representative 1105 HELEN WAINIO MARY THOMASSY . Girl Reserves 1105, 1115 Glrl Reserves 11051. 4115 Girl Reserves Cabinet 1115 Student Repfesentatlve 1105 Girl Reserves Treasurer 1115 Squad Leafifil' 1125 Ne-Ce-Hi Staff 1125 Gym Exhlbltlon 1125 Shorthand Awards 1115 Squad Leader 1115, 1125 JAMES THOMPSON Gym Exhibitifm 1105, 1115 Monitor Squad 1125 Senatus Romanus 1115, 1125 MERRILL WALLS Student Representative 1115 fa 2 Perfect Attendance 1115 gtugjnscguoaudncg 3115 Current Events Club 1115 Shorthand Awards 411, Orchestra 1105, 1115, 1125 Monitor Squad 412, Muslc Contests: Information Squad 1115 Sectional 1105, 1115, 1125 UShe1.u2J Elite 411,11 Sub-Treasurer 1125 alona A J Pre-Session Squad 1125 MARY TONY BETTY WALTER ?SslStE'ng1Lgb1a1Ian UD' UZ, Home Economics 1105, 1115, 1125 renc u J Girl Reserves 1115, 1125 Class Basketball 1105 LESTER TRIPLETT Gym Exhibition 1105 Class Basketball 1105, 1115 Monitor Squad 1125 DOROTHY WARD A. bl S d 12 mm Y qua l J Student Council 1105, 1125 EDWARD TUCKER Stiiciejigit Cigigicil Assistant Secretary Monitor Squad 1125 Girl RGSSTVGS 1105, 1115, 1125 EMILY TURNER Girl Reserves 1125 Music Contest 1125 Student Representative 1115 Class Basketball 1105 Class Newcomb 1115 Class Volley Ball 1115 Monitor Squad 1125 Perfect Attendance 1105, 1115, 1125 Senatus Romanus 1125 Ofchgstya 1105 Sub-Treasurer 1115 Senatus Rornanus 1105, 1115, 1125 Squad L93-del' 1115, 1125 Dismissal Squad 1125 Gym EXhibiti01'l 1115 WILBOURNE TURNER MARY WASILISIN Monitor Squad 1115, 1125 Shorthand Awards 11 15 HAROLD WATSON Art Staff 1123 Perfect Attendance 1123 Equipment Squad 1123 Band 1103, 1113 BUD WHARTON Band 1103, 1123 Orchestra 1113 Music Contests 1103, 1113, 1123 Perfect Attendance 1123 Captain Monitor Squad 1123 DON WHITING Perfect Attendance 1103 Monitor Squad 1103 Pre-session Squad 1123 MARY WILKINS Perfect Attendance 1113, 1123 MABEL WILLIAMS Shorthand Awards 1113 Inspection Squad 1123 ED WILSON Senatus Romanus 1113, 1123 Junior Kiwanian 1123 Varsity Football Manager 1113, 1123 Perfect Attendance 1123 Athletic Council 1113, 1123 HUDSON WILSON Band 1113, 1123 Orchestra 1113, 1123 Perfect Attendance 1113 Music Contests 1103, 1113 PHILLIP WIMER Usher 1103, 1113, 1123 Monitor Squad 1103, 1113, 1123 Assistant Librarian 1113 Monitor Captain 1123 Library Squad President 1123 ROSE WIRL Girl Reserves 1123 Perfect Attendance 1113 German Club 1123 German Club Secretary 1123 STELLA WOLOSEWICH Perfect Attendance 1113 Shorthand Awards 1113 FRANCIS YAKOWICZ Chorus 1123 Orchestra 1113 Class Volley Ball 1113 Class Basketball 1103 Gym Exhibition 1113 Monitor Squad 1123 HELEN YASKO Squad Leader 1123 ROBERT A. YOUNG Vice President of Class 1113 Junior Kiwanian 1123 Hi-Y 1103, 1113, 1123 Hi-Y Secretary 1113 Class Basketball 1103 Track 1103 Perfect Attendance 1103, 1113, Shorthand Awards 1113 Monitor Squad 1113, 1123 Usher 1113, 1123 Assistant Librarian 1123 Filing Awards 1123 ANGELA ZAJAC Perfect Attendance 1103, 1113, Shorthand Awards 1113, 1123 RALPH ZEIGLER Usher 1103 Monitor Squad 1123 Student Representative 1123 Perfect Attendance 1103, 1113, Track 1103 Class Basketball 1103 112 112 112 CLASS SONGS Tune :-l'Wah-hoo" Give us a cap, give us a gown, Give us a diploma, too, So we can wa-hoo, wa-hoo, wa-hoo. Give us some A's, give us some B's, But please discard the E's, So we can wa-hoo, wa-hoo, wa-hoo. You gave us a good education. It wonlt be long till we'll be leaving, But in our hearts we all are grieving. You bawled us out, gave us time, You put us on the spot, We couldn't wa-hoo, wa-hoo, wa-hoo. 1 Tune:-UWhen Irish Eyes are Smiling Now High School chums are parting, Our classroom days are through. We've been long years together, Stood for all that's in our school. We've gained the key to learning, To cleanest fun as well, And to our dear old High School, We bid our fond farewell. Luunsnn-has 4 t , 1 I l l 4 l l l l E s I a I V l 4 1 l . 1 1 I f SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS f Emilie Turner Arvo Aho Mary Irene Taylor and Theda Gooch l ll Jack Rupert Marvin Mervis , Jane Bryan Marojorie Hildrbrand Betty Walters l pl Mike Farris ,N I Wanda Hanna Dorothy Donahey 1 Our President Julie Frasso Windy Allen I Bill Bucci and John Capitola Three Musketeers Sue Marco . 0.T . TITLES OF SONGS "Truckin" ............. .................................................................................... L ester Gwin my 'tAloneH .......................... ................................ J ean Cartwright "Goody Goody" ........... ........ C omplete on Final Reports I 1 "Let Yourself Goi' ......... ................................................ C lass Day 3 "All American Girl" ....... .......................... C harlotte Reynolds rl "Collegiate" ............................................... ........................................ B ettie McCurdy "Good Night Sweetheartl' ................. .......... L ast day in Galbraith's class "VVhen Irish Eyes Are Smilingn ......................................................... Eileen O'Leary ' "We've Got Everything" ........................................................................... June '36 Class "Round 8a Round" .................................... Procession thru Miss Parker's room I "Page Miss Gloryn .......................... ............................................. Q uest of the Sr. A's "You're All I Need" ............................................................ One "A" after two 'tE's" 9 "Your Life Is Wasting Away" ...........,....... ....................................... I n school l "I'd Love To Keep House For You" ............ ......... H elen Wainio l "Lost" ............................................................................................. ........................... S ophomores 'Tm Building Up to an Awful Let Down" .................................... Before a test "Over and Over Again" ......................................................... Bill Bucci and English l l "I Lost My Heart" ......................................................... ..................... N edra Sergeant 1 1 "I Love to Ride the Horses" .... ............ T om Evans h ' "Double Trouble" ........................ .4..................................... D icks Sisters W "Let,s Swing It" .................................. ................................................ B illie Glenn I t'Why Can't We Get Along" ......... ....... B ob Mackie Sz Mrs. McCune y Z "Pardon My Southern Accent" ....... ............................................. B ertha Clark ly y "Short and Sweet" ................................ ........................................... J udy Frasso "Gotta Go To Work Again" ..... ................. P . G.'s in September 3 "Eyes That Are Smiling" .......... ......................... D orothy Chambers l "I Can't Get Started" ..... ......... P aul Nesbit in the Chevy. f "Broken Record" ...............................................................................,.... Done by Bob Engs l "Lovely Lady" ............................. ................................................................................. V elrna Pratt I "Even the Best of Friends Must Part" ..Miss Weinschenk and her classes A "AleXander's Rag-Time Band" ...................................... Mr. Replogle's Proteges. "The Postmaster Passes My Door" ......,.............................. Martha Mae Shaffer I --0- Q James Thompson :-"What type of character does your English Q teacher represent?" 2 it Mike Nard:-"The highwaymanf' y I James Thompson :-"The highwayman! How is that?" T Mike Nard:-"Because he's always demanding, 'Hands uplf' ' 2 SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS Emma Belle Buxton Jayne Pearsall Gwendolyn Thomas Mary Bowers Some Gang Bert Sniezek Smiles Walter Kwolek John Cabas Ernie Stitzinger Frank Crisci Billiei Glenn Cleora Fauzey, Rose Green, Dot Campbell Guess Who Ann Holmes Velma Pratt, Jayne Pearsall Dorothy Alexander -i1-i O .ill WHAT SOME SENIORS ARE FOR 1. To lord it over the underclassmen. 2. To act as silly as possible. 3. To swipe candy at lunch time. 4. To look bored in chapel. 5. To be late for classes everyday. 6. To think how ignorant their teachers are. 7. To get ill on Friday afternoon. 8. To be absent on book report day. 9. To sleep in study hall. 10. To show off their dinks. 11. To carve their names on the desk. 12. To bluff through classes. 13. To spend lunch period hazing sophs. 14. To run the elevators. 15. To make trouble for the faculty. 16. To slave over the annual. 17. To accumulate a stock of pencils, tablets, etc. 18. To use the halls for love nests. 19. To paint '36 on the building and walks. 20. To fill up otherwise empty space. 21. To learn bad habits. 22. To keep the photographers in business. 23. To run the rest of the school. 24. To teach the teachers. 25. To impose upon good nature. 26. To keep the seats clean. 27. To write on dirty windows. 28. To forget about tickets for tenth period. 29. To try to struggle thru a Senior play. 30. To get their grades changed. 31. To get grey hair over the annual. .--.1-lO.l?. Helen Wainio to Gwen Thomas :-"Did you read in the paper about the girl who had Saint Vitus Dance?', Betty Walters, hearing the last three words:-"Oh, is that church having a dance, too? I wonder if theylll go formal or informal?" SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS Adam Krezo Bob Mackie Paul Papenhausen Ernie Stitzinger Dorothy Donahey Tom Evans, Merrill Walls, George Hahn Jack Rupert Merill Walls Jim Gravenstreter Bob Louden Bob Young Art Gilchrist -iioi-L A FEW FAMOUS PEOPLE Susan B. Anthony ....................................................... ......... Greta Garbo .............. Aristotle ............... Paderewski .......................... Patsy Kelly .................................... Peggy England Marian Cromie Theodore Christos Frank Taylor Cat 305 Teresita Cosgrove Edna St. Vincent Millay ......... ......................... V era Sage Postmaster Farley .........,.......... .......................... ......... ....................... H a 1 'ry Paul Ernest Hemingway ....... ..........,................................................................ E rnest Stitzinger J. P. Morgan .................. ............. E d Eakin fEVery penny counts in bingoj Albert Einstein ........ ...,i........,............................................................. J Eames Shiffler Lilly Pons ................ ............ E lizabeth Joseph Red Grange ....... ............. E ddie Donegan Dizzie Dean .............. Col. Lindberg ......... Whistler .................. Eleanor Holm ............. Lord Byron ....................... .........Emil Grommes ...........John Capitola Brest .........Marietta Frazier Young Katherin Hepburn ........... ...... Q .............. D ean Getty Edgar Allen Poe ............ ......... J ohn Frank Burns Frank Buck .................. ................... E d Fritz, Jr. Amelia Earhart ......... .......... F reda Campbell Gracie Allen ....................... ....................... E llen Aho Lawrence Tibbett ............ ............ S tanley Stetson Fontaine Fox ....................... ................. M ike Ferris Clark Gable ................................... ........... W ylie McGaffic Dr. Charles Townsend .......... ....................... B ill Bucci Cab Calloway ...................... ............ H arold Watsoii Gene Tunney .................................... ................. L ouis George Joe Louis ................................................... ..................... B ob Muldrow Rosemary 8t Priscilla Lane ........... ......,..... E dice Sz Eva Dicks Elizabeth Arden ................................. .................... H elen Wainio Lenore Kight .................................... ........... C harlotte Reynolds Bernard Shaw ..,.,............................. ........................... B ob Snodgrass Queen Elizabeth ................................. ......... Elizabeth Barrett Browning ......... .... Lady Astor ..... ......................................... .... Samuel Johnson ............ .... Babe Diedricson ........... John Adams ............... Benny Rubin .......... Lady Esther ............. Clyde Beatty .......... .Elizabeth De Genova ...................Dorothy Ward .......Dorothy Alexander ...................Robert Mackie ..........Katheryn Reiter .................James Lehman .........Wilbert Grossman ...............Suzanna Marko .........Jim Gravenstreter BABY PICTURE IDENTIFICATIONS Curtis Fritz James Gravenstreter Ross Bridenbaugh, Ernie Stitzinger Liz Bender, E. Gomes Ma1'jOl'i6 Hildebl?-Hd Vera Sage Emma Belle Buxton, Francis Yackowicz Tatina Kulik, Marie Buckner Margaret Hurst Jack Allison Marietta Shiek .l....i0.-1 GRADUATION PERSONIFIED You, For whom I have waited tedious months, You are the most misunderstood of anybody The Class Hall Debates vivisected you- Said that you were but an impediment, That your small diploma in my hand is a millstone, Not a helpful thing. You would expect that from a Class Hall Debate, VVouldn,t you? Not a thought have they for the joy you bring, Only a reckoning of dollars and cents and new clothes. These cynics have for you but sarcastic taunts, But that does not bother me in the least, I know that I am more happy than they can ever be, For I am to become a graduate and they have to wait! A. M. H. .1 ENGLISH DEFINITIONS Farce fdoes not stimulate thoughtj-All themes handed in to Miss Galbraith. Tragedy fa poor human struggling with some indestructable forcel- Carrying reports. Interlude Cshort scene between actsj-Leo Justine and Eileen O'Leary between classes. Satire Csarcasmj-Most of the cracks in the Annual. Renaissance Crevival of learningj-before exams. Dramatic Monologue Cone speakerj-Frank Taylor. Ode Chas emotions of great dignityj-Class Day. Elegy CPublic Lossj-Graduation of Senior A's. Ballad Csongs of the unlettered peoplel--Class song. Melodrama fgoverned by chancel-People's lives when our editor is driving. ' Essay fgives views on school lifej-High School News Column. Prose Fiction Cproduct of imaginationl-Reasons for staying home on test days. Oration flong formal speechj-Jim Barnes' speeches on class spirit. History Crecord of what Seniors have done, attempted, and felt in the pastj-The Annual. AQNQX MQ Q, Gi? ". 1.1 il l l I ii ii 4. ,F lf BABY PICTURE IDENTIFICATIONS Tommy Evans Wilda Armstrong Stella Walosewich Ruth Gibson Della Sadler Virginia Mitchell Merrill J. Walls Phyllis Dilks Bernard Doone Harold Watson Mary Elizabeth Gross Arthur J. Gilchrist Audrey Harper Lois Poter Peggy England Mildred Fleeger Clara B. Cimini .l OTl... WHAT THE SENIORS COULD GET ALONG WITHOUT Miss Galbraith's English test. Problems of Democracy. Pink slips Censorship of the Annual. Mr. Sheafferns jokes. The odors from the Chemistry labs. Miss Elliott's strict study hall discipline. The Monitors who ask for hallway passes. Any kind of money collectors. E's on the report cards. Wise cracks about our pictures. Ninth period study halls. All swell-headed people in school. The oflice and office girls. Final Exams taken in class rooms. The dry speakers We sometimes have. Warm Water in the drinking fountains. Mr. Bridenbaugh's splendid vocal abilities. The dumb questions the Sophomores ask. Miss CalVin's talks on the World Court. Any kind of Home Work from any teacher. Mr. Gardner's famous saying:-"Are girls dumbf' .O .. SOPHOMORES ATTENTION! This column is sincerely dedicated to all Sophomores. When they are in a "tough spot" in the way of an excuse, may they find an in- spiration here. Uncle's funeral in Canada. Clt really Worksl. Out late night before. CThis doesn't apply to Sophomoresj. Tough test in English. CNot necessarily Englishj. Thought school was excused. CJust like a Sophomoreb. Mother didn't call you. COf course, this is the truthj. Out of town. CBasketball gamesj. Detained at home. fWatch baby brotherj. Suffering from a mental relapse. fResult of Mr. Brown's testsb. Lack of interest. fUnprepared assignmentj. Errand. CFishing or hunting tripj. Wedding. CAny Wedding will dob. Bus couldn't get through. CThis Will Work with the farmersj. dw I ! 1 3 z E E 5 L s f p l l I li I V w 1 I l I BABY PICTURE IDENTIFICATIONS Mary Irene Taylor Ralph Zeigler Ann Howe Margaret Wadlinger Lillas Wagner Betty Walters Eleanor McLaughlin Margaret Jane Sankey Johnrae Earl Alice Mack Dot McCready Bill Shilton Bob Mackie .- O -. MOVIES "Little Lord Fauntleroyu ................................................................................ Frank Taylor "These Three" ..................... Nedra Sergeant, Mary Bowers, Jayne Pearsall 'Farmer in the Dell" ................................... ,.................... ....,....................... S t anley Stetson l'Little Miss Nobody? ................................. r..................................................,...... J ulie Frasso "Don't Get Personal" ..... .......... B ob Snodgrass 'KPetticoat Fever" ............. ............... B ob Young 16 The Singing Kid" .............. ....... L ester Grimm "Here Comes Trouble" ........ Merrill Walls "It Had To Happen" ................. ....... D onegan and Orr "Prisoner of Shark Island" ....... Bill Bucci "The Walking Dead" ............ ......... P ost Graduates "Follow the Fleet" .................. ..................................... F ire Drill "The Music Goes 'Round" ..... ..................................................... B and "If You Could Only Cook? ........ ....... R owland to Martha Nell "Magnificent Obsession" ..........................,................................ Miss Galbraith's Tests .TW-lOl.1 YOU TELL US Ne-Ca-Hi- Entrance Examination 1. How high is up? 2. Where are Minerva's arms? 3. How much does a barrel half empty weigh? 4. Which would you rather do, or go fishing? 5. How long is a piece of string? 6. Who runs the elevator? 7. Is a stitch in time worth two in a bush? 8. How many steps to the front entrance? 9. Give the area of a square circle. 10. How far is it into the forrest? 11. If a cow walks in front of a Ford, what time is it? 12. How long is always? 13. How much is milk a dozen? 14. How long are a short man's legs? 15. lf you are seventeen, how old is your brother? 16. How fast does a motorcycle doing 45 per, go? 17. How low is down? 18. How far can a cat spit? 19. How far is it from here to there? 20. How deep is the sea there? in Q 2 A ,ff li Ki "Little Women" ................. KI K4 H KK ac H it H C6 KK H H U U H H KK KK H Ac CK ll 61 GK H KC Ki H OUR LIBRARY 1 Creative Chemistry" .... Country Gentleman" ........ "Little Men" ..................... The Sky's The Limit" ..... Great Expectations" .... 66 ' So Big" ................................ Rip Van Winkle" .... . The Thin Man" ...... . The Clarion" ....... . Two To-gether" ........ . Tom Sawyer" .................... lf I Soldiers of Fortune' ....... The Conqueror tsl" .. Show Boat" ..................... H 77 Gold .................................... The Spy" .................................... King Arthur's Court" ..... ca -- The CFISISH ............................... To Have And To Hold" .... The Long Roll" ..................... Fisherman,s Luck" ....... 46 ' Microbe Hunters" ...................... The Haunted Bookshop" ....... Seats of The Mightyn ......... 44 - - Buried Alivel' ............................ My Garden Of Memoryl' ...... 64 ' Musical Amateur" .................. The Little Ministert' ........ . The Covered Wagon" ........ . The Fortunate Youth" ....... . Three Musketeers" .......... . Up From Slavery" ............. . Chance Of A Lifetime" ..... . Youngest Venus" ................... The Royal Road to Romancel' A Friend of Caesarn ......, ........................................ ......... M i ss Van Divort Mr. Weide Don Whiting Senior A Boys UD Senior A Girls C?J The Annual Grades .................Louis Ross Lester Grimm Ed Tucker Ellen Aho Guy Jay-Helen Keller Paul Nesbit Sophomores College Algebra Students Senior Class Play Subjects C?J The Class Knocker Office Graduation Pull With The Teachers The Senior A Class Ask Mr. Casillo Biology Students The Front Hall Teachers occupy them In School Work Ne-Ca-Hi Harry Schneitzinger Miss Elliott Crisci's Ford Young-Gravenstreter-Cole Out Of School Class Day Gwen Thomas Sudden Sweetheart" ................ ........................................... P hil Wimer A Lantern In Her Hand" ...... ....... M iss Parker's Supervision Lucky Lawrencesn ...................................... ........................................... H onor Roll Pupils . 0i,T Miss Hartsuffz-"Has anyone a question?" Paul Carlisle:-"Yes ma'am, how can a short-sighted person have a far-away look in his eyes?' .T.iO . 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Paul Carlisle has taken up residence in New Castleg the busses wouldn't bring him to school through ten feet of snow so he had to do something about it. Geraldine Getty has just signed a contract to go to Broadway. She was discovered while washing windows on Forty-Second Street. Stella Wolosewich has just obtained the job of Secretary to the President of the United States. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Jay, nee Helen Keller, have just returned from their honeymoon at Nigara Falls. Harry Paul is now working in a vaudeville. He sends word that scrubbing floors isn't what it's cracked up to be. John Cabas is now coaching the grade school football team at Pumpkintown. He receives S20 per month. Keep it up Johnny! Emma Belle Buxton has gone to China on her honeymoon. We didnit catch his name, Emmy. What is it? Lesbia Cleal has just succeeded Mary E. Van Divort-as a teacher of Latin in the New Castle Senior High School. Adam Krezo has returned from the hospital where he received stitches for his injury received while jumping out of a car window. CThe window was closed.J -ADVERTISEMENTS FIRST APPEARANCE OF OUR HOME-TOWN STARS See Bertha Naysmith play op- posite E. Stitzinger in her first success UD TOT CAPABLE NURSE WANTS PATIENTS For a competent, quiet, well- trained nurse call 6789 and ask for Miss Marietta Frazier. She promises to cure you Cor else'?J T01- BE MADE BEAUTIFUL Just call Helen Wainio Beauty Salon and ask for the proprietor. After several dyes she promises that you will be a real blonde. CIRCUS COMING TO TOWN Be sure to be on hand to see the greatest show of the year. Anna Jean Martin is starred. .10-T DANCING LESSONS Velma Pratt, proprietor, has taken over Nellie Brady's danc- ing school. Come and learn to step on other people's corns. . Flo- WRESTLING LESSONS At John Capitola's gym. Guar- anteed to teach you in three les- son's. For proof watch the pro- prietor beat up his wife, Anna Mae Holmes. 1: QE IIF IJISTINGTIVE PRINTING 3:3 XS f f ., A X I : ANIITHER ANNUAL UF THE NE-CA-HI 'E' 9 THAT IS ENTIREIY DIFFERENT. BUT 2 IS MUST MUDERN AS THE TIMES R1 2 IR E 11 A AS EXCUTED BY "Master Printers of School Annuals" v I Fnnm THE PRESS or 2 ' MILLER PYLE 11. smm 1 211-19 svnnnnnf srnm II ' Pnnnf 257 If New CASTLE, PA. g ' Zbfxkfz c 1 1 1 E Il ll r E 1 l i i 4 1 g I 2 . I l . 5 I ll l 3 Q 1 3 if l l .5 J Q . I : l s l 2 1 l l l I ' x I I I s I il I i ll I l E V 5 f i E s 1 I I l l I 1 ll 3 I I I l . l l l . M ll 2 i A , S , 1 s 5 E i 5 s fl is NEW TYPE OF MOTORCYCLES FOR SALE Joe Lawrence's own model at 710 Mill St. He knows you will be perfectly satisfied. hiol COSMETICS ON SALE CHEAP Gladys Beal's Cosmetic Shoppe on Mill Street will accomodate anyone interested. 1.01 NEW FORDS FOR SALE Frank Crisci's Auto Garage. They certainly show up 'those models of Henry Ford. lo... DYE FOR SALE Call on Miss Rose Green and get her recipe for real red hair dye. BOOKS FOR SALE The Vera Sage Book Shop handles any kind of books, from Latin books to English books. .Toi EVANS' RADIO SHOP Located on Winslow Avenue. Radios repaired while you wait fbeds are furnished freel. l.Oi THE SHILTON CHEMICAL LABORATORY We make all sorts of chemicals. Buy them at your own risk. .--O-. HEAR NEW WINCHELL Tune in at 9:45 Sunday night and hear Jack Rupert with the latest news. . ff Q ,ff ,'m A Wpmmm N r A A Mig, ? 21 Us L Z ff! f Q' Q ff 3 F Q H1 N 1 ffl 'x ty . ' o n' 3 1 W I - - fr . , I , . SMF? F if Q : . S 5 5 F Q 1 .- -.O .i BUTLER'S BUGOLOGY EXAM. 1. Explain the manner of a plant's sleeping. CHow?D CDid you ever hear a rosebud snore'?J 2. Why may a plant's pistil not be called a revolver? 3. Do milkweeds grow in pints or quarts? How are they related to cowslips? 4. Describe the bark of the dogwood. 5. Is the foot of an oak-tree ever troubled with a corn? 6. Does the goldenrod or the American mint sprout for the root of all evil? What has that to do with the price of julep? f-S: 221125315 gf-lik riff-Q QQQAOIS 4 95 . J in Y W X17 I I I if f I Ig 7 R- Xxx- 5 if If A H' LL Q W , A K I 52 If w I S5 K , , QP P3 I Is r fl 5? I QE ONG AN OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTOR ,If iq TO THE BEST IN COLLEGE AND HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOKS I I I ECONOMY PLUS QUALITY AND SERVICE SINCE 1906. L. if 5 31 I4 N I I ff 5 BI I Fi Q if PROVERBS AS THEY APPLY "It is a long road that has no turn."-Coming to school every morning. "A man is known by the company he keeps."-Bob Young. "Fine feathers make fine birds."-Emma Bell Buxton. "Look before you leap."-Emil Grommes. "Drive your work, let not your work drive youf,-Night work. "Two heads are better than one."-Lenore Fulkerson and James Gravenstreter. "There is many a slip twixt the cup and the lip."-Ernest Stit- zinger. "A beard well lathered is half shaved."-John Capitola. "Birds of a feather flock together."-At lunch time in the main hall. "Pride goeth before a fall."-Anticipation of a test and having one. "A word to the wise is sufficientf'-Miss Taylor. "All roads lead to Rome."-Miss Van Divort. "Comparisons are odiousf'-Miss Hartsuff. "Imitation is the sincerest flatteryf'--Looking on another paper during a test. "It takes two to make a bargainf'-Ask Mr. Lehto. "Each man knows best where his own shoe pinchesf'--Charles Kacmarcy. All is not gold that glitters?-Look in the trophy case. "Still waters run deep?-Jud Kennedy. "Live and learn."-Ellen Aho? Time is money."-Duration of the Senior Play between acts. Out of the frying pan into the fires."-Our cafeteria cooks. Familiarity breeds contempt?-Coming to school every day. A new broom sweeps wellf'-So say our Janitors. Nothing ventured, nothing gained."-Handing in a blank test paper. H Ac KI CK H at .T O..?l WHY STUDY? CWe suppose this is Bill Broad's Theoryl The more you study-the more you knowg The more you know-the more you forgetg The more you forget-the less you know. So why study? The less you study-the less you knowg The less you know-the less you forgetg The less you forget-the more you know. So why study? .li--.O l Miss Galbraith :-"Bill, at what time in Milton's life did he write 'Paradise Lost'?" Bill Broad :-"Why wasn't it about the time his wife met him?" ! T al Q , E 5 CONGRATULATIONS Q GRADUATES .4 nyj3QEgQAf'H N'xi r v"1fKFCg 4 a Q U' iviidfdrfifdaiwi FROM THE - S Slrouss-Hirshberg Co. ' 'WuWUv"'Z.Af iii JEWELRY-RADIOS OPTICIAN I? ' 4 l Here's Wishing You t Success i A ll J Reynolds, Summers 'jx E x' 81 McCann ll il if H TX ! -Q 3 C - :- Q rl-1 2 5 5 Q F' Z 5 Us U3 . 5? Eh F1 i O 3 9' Z fel 51 5 L-' 5 3 " 5 Z5 E 3 5 3- U2 S5 31 ' E U1 2 5' Z n O CD U2 5' 2 ' 64 E' UQ H' g B ' J P4 P1 Cl 3 DDP H m M Q N ' Z 3 Q ' T U2 3 Q Q O5 Q- CD, a A U1 CD f PN P TATT X 5 es Q5 E? A re-fp p-U :U I' T 55 5 3 l 5 rw BZ va Z 1' I Q 2 X25 M? O H i O O . C 2,5 5 U1 2 -'l g ba a+,-5 2 F22 M g A m O m 5' gm El E 2 '11 R E U1 O ' m E1 qx Q " me A4 T 5 5131 " 5 ' .-.KD S .uf 1, T' CD O TU UD Ei N E. ijv. Q S Pl RF 5 Q ? A E . ,A A 2151f- E. Washingtoll St. New Castle Pa Bell 2188 -ww.,ff..A BOYS :- Most Popular Boy ..... Most Popular Girl ........ Best Dressed Boy .......... Best Dressed Girl .......... Most Dignified Boy ......... Most Digniiied Girl ........ Most Versatile Boy ....... Most Versatile Girl ........ Most Comic Boy ............. Best Dancer Boy .......... Best Dancer Girl ............ Prettiest Girl .......................... CLASS DIRECTORY Most Handsome Boy .......... Most Studious Boy ............ Most Studious Girl ........ Most Intelligent Boy ........... Most Intelligent Girl .......... Blondest Girl ........................ Boy with Reddest Hair ,T...0 LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Ernest Stitzinger Peggy England Frank Taylor Thelma Morgan Frank Taylor Emma Belle Buxton Dave Rowland Peggy England Jack Rupert Art Gilchrist Billie Glenn Jean Cartwright Jay Ed Wilson Vera Sage Ed Wilson Dorothy Ward Bettie McCurdy Lester Grimm A few suggestions for manners and conduct in our fair halls: 1. Donlt make a hat-rack out of yourself in the High School Cunless you have your hands fullj. Mr. Orth and the other men show more respect for our school. 2. Our best athletes are not so noisy and rough as a few students who show off in our halls. Mr. Gardner says that the show-offs are not much good in football and are not nearly so anxious to get out on the field. GIRLS:- 1. You may attract attention in various ways, such as screaming, but the attention may not be favorable. Don't be a "scream" of any kind. 2. If you want to come out for the track team, report to the athletic room. There is no indoor field meet this year. Ladies predomi- nate on the faculty and "runners" are not very popular with them. O Whistling is an art exercised for the purpose of keeping ghosts away when one is alone on a dark street- some students in Ne-Ca-Hi must be in the dark all the time. -...T-.0 i.l Miss Wallace:-"Didn't I tell you to notice when the milk boiled over?" Wilda Armstrong:-"I did. It was just before the bell rang for second period." Y 4 PACKARD De sOTO PLYMOUTH eg 3- o 4 o Q21 CONGRATULATIONS JUNE CLASS f. OF 1936 Q o o 0 2 A It Morgan-Burrows Motor Company i it 25 N. Jefferson sf. New Castle, Pe. 2 fir' 3 l 'e - ufkizfzieil Pfffiiiv- J, I 3 . I x X 3 5' v V, x 4' '. : '. ! 'X 5 7 T A S E AV Y S 2261f2 E. Washington St. N ii Givfhfbfii-bdlfiiih , -24-mwwww Q 0 0 2 if For Graduation Plctures Fi At popular prices with distinctive T lg lighting effects on modern back- n i grounds in original poses. T 3 t X X 'JL ,fx X fs ' I, I, . - J .J gf QZWXLYF' 41 --Ti i i' ALPHABET SOUP These faults we know have our friends often dismayed But we think theyire found in most Seniors A's. Alphabetized they stand apart, We hope they'll prove a weighty dart! A-arrogant N-negligent B-baffling O-omniverous C-cellophaned P-pathetic D-deceitful Q-questionable E-egotistical R-redundant F-Fickle S-selfish G-gingery T-tardy H-haughty U-uncivilized I-incomplete V-verbose J-jealous VV-will power-less K-killjoys X-"xv cetera L-lanquid Y-youthful Clike a 2 year oldj M-monotonous Z-zestless ..-.l-Oil. A PHARMACEUTICAL LAMENT Her Woodbury skin which I loved to touch Has vanished from my caressing clutch, Her Drene'd hair- Her Irresistible lips- Her blood-red Plat-num-ed finger tips, Her Fisher body of streamline style Has disappeared with her Ipana smile Her Permanent wave- And her Chanel best Are leaning on some other boy's chest. 7 Her Jergen hands so soft and white, Patted my hair as I kissed her good-night, Her Evening in Paris scent- Her Princiss Pat cheeks Will haunt the other boy for weeks and weeks! .T.Ti.0. Dorothy Campbell :--"Those firemen must be frivolous." Margaret Anderson :-"Why? " Dorothy Campbell :-'tl read in the paper that after the blaze was under control they played all night on the ruins. Why didn't they go to bed like sensible folks instead of romping around like cats?" . T O ....-.T Tom Evans to Emmy Buxton on a moonlight night:-"I'll be as true and constant, dear, as the spreading tree above, if you'll be my own true love." Clt was a slippery elm they gazed atlj THE PENNSYLVANIA POWER COMPANY has but one policy ' fr' f u Wkvvqlk ! as , E X S E R V I C E e . . an equable service to every customer . . a dependable ser- A vice through fair and stormy Weather . . a continuous service ' ge every day and night . . an econ- A 5 omical service during prosperity X I and depression . . a cheerful ser- x vice for freedom and better linving. i i -e f Y ge i 5 6, At Graduation as g at Christmas If Mather's has y Photographer , the Call 5 We do the most. ! We glve the most' i The quest for smart, charm- fd We Wake th? best' if ing, flattering things is at itis if We are lookmg for you' X- height and this store's repu- 1 5 'lx tation in this respect is most lu Q lg? persuasive. There is little i 'E P P I L Il disposition to take chances, J X' when one may be sure at K' X lf If Matheifs. ..... . . . L ' I x - if rf - 5 K 5 Mather Brothers Co. t l l 5 B I L E S 5 JEWELERS 3. K . 'H 115 E' WASHINGTON ST. E 213 E. Washington Street E a n i f f TW IT? I I a - I I ll l 3 l i l E 5 i I g F l I E i I . I L 1 l 2 E 1 I . I . I . Z I I E 5 I 5 5 1 l l I 3 I f l I E I 1 2 I 5 l l I E 4 i I I l 5 Q l I s l 5 Q 5 I I s - 1 1 i I Q f 2 l 1 5 E E E E 5 I , I l . I l DO YOU KNOW YOUR STATE ABREVIATIONS 1. What state is the most religious? ...... .......... M ASS. 2. What state is the most egotistical? ....... ............ M E. 3. What state is a father? .................................... ................. P A. 4. What state is the most maidenly? ........ ............ M ISS. 5. What state is the most unhealthy? ........ ................ I LL. 6. What state is the cleanest? .................... ............ W ASH. 7. What state is a number? .......... .... ......... T E NN. 8. What state does not fail? ................ ...... K AN. 9. What state 10. What state 11. What state 12. What state 13. What state 14. What state 1. As proud as 2. As fat as a did Noah use? .................... is used by farmers? . ...... is a metal? ............................. ........ is a note of the scale? ......... is a girl's name? . ...........,.... . is like a valley? .................... .-1.--lo..-.1 "AS"-AND THEN "AS" AGAIN 3 ......... 3. As sly as a ..,.......... 4. As dead as 5. As white as 3. ............ EL ...... .... 6. As blind as a ....... 7. As deaf as a ...... .........MINN. peacock doornail ........sheet ..............bat ................post 8. As sweet as ........... ............ h oney 9. As dry as a ........... ......... b one 10. As light as a ........ ............. f eather 11. As stiff as a .......... ............ p oker 12. As brave as 2. .......... 13. As swift as an ......... 14. As neat as a 15. As pretty as H ......... 16. As dark as the .......... 17. As bitter as 18. As fit as a ........... 19. As good as ............. 20. As clear as 3. .......... ..................................................... .T-.0.li.. Ernie Stitzinger:-"So you have to take another examination. Didn't you pass?" Jack Rupert :-"Say, I passed so well I was encored and now I have to do it all over again? .................lion ............arrow ...picture .......... grave ...........gall .............fiddle ...........gold ...........bell Mr. Lengerman:-"What is electricity?" Ruth Paden Cafter much concentrationb :--"I did know but I for- gotf' Mr. Lengerman Cin dismayj :-"My what a calamity! No one else has been able to discover what it is." E 1 , l 5 4 l , 3 5 4 NOW IN OUR- 4 RK 5 ' - i l 3- NEW AND LARGER sToRE 4 ' CONGRATULATIONS 2 2 1 E CLASS OF '36 1 Q i 2 l xg , o Q o X , FROM THE 5 ELEVINESAT M Next to Penn Theatre 5 l l N l , l PENN THEATRE - le li 3 ig o o o 1 5 X Home of ng i The Store of Nationally 5 Met'0'G0ldwy"'Maye' l T 1 Advertised Men'S , R Paramount and RKO 5 Wearing Apparel it 6 Greater Pictures gg X 5 2 5 A ' 1 llr.. y,,,,r-,ixgf-..r:'ms'-. 5 cc or E 1 1 The Anclersons 1 - , PHOTOGRAPHY Q fbmwmwms 2 I 1 , - -of- l 5 ez: se Q Q 366 WALLACE AVE. . I , .1 Telephone 1073-W fs .1 , V 5 K Robert Mackie TX , 1 CONGRATULATIONS .5 1 2- N Wolfels Smart Shop K ' 224 E. Washington St. 9 New Castles 6 5 fi New fajtlbe, Pa. , 5 Best Liked 1 "Smart Clothes for Smart Women" Q lpaper Store E Scotch Song POETRY CORNER "Make me a child again, just for tonight," Once said Paul Papenhausen 'cause he's sometimes tightg I leave for a contest at Pottsville down there, Make me a child and I'll travel half-fare. Is she went or are she gone Have she left I all alone? Will her ne'er come back to me? Or us ever go to she? It cannot was! The Annual is a famous invention, The school gets all the fame- printer gets all the money- And the staff gets all the blame. The A Whizzer Evans held her hand and she held hiszen, And then they hugged and went to kiszen. They didn't know her Pa had riszen Madder'n hops and simply siszen, And really tisnit right to liszen But Tom got hiszen, And went out whiszen. ...-..t.,O GEOGRAPHY IN RESTAURANTS Waitress :-4'Hawaii gentlemen, you must be Hungary to eat in a dump like this." Johnny Cabas:-"Yes, Siam. And we can't Roumania long, either. Venice lunch ready?,' Waitress :-f'I'll Russia to a table. Will you Havanna?" Johnny :-f'N0me. Yukon wait on usf' Waitress .-"Good. Japan the menu yet? The Turkey is Nice," Johnny 2- Waitress "Anything at all, but would Jamacia little speed?" '-"I don't think we can Fiji at once, but Alaska boss." Johnny:-"Never mind asking anyone, just put a Cuba sugar in my Koko." Waitress -"Sweden it yourself. Iim only here to Servia. Johnny :-"Denmark our bill and call the Bosphorus. He'll prob- ably Kenja. I don't Bolivia know who I am. Waitress :-UNO, and I donnt Carribean. You boys sure Armenia." Boss :-K'Soma your wisecracks, is it? Don't you Genoe customer is always right? What got India? You think maybe arguing Alps business?" fl ' x ,. -fr 2' 4 of ? It's Easier to Succeed E by having Your shoes Rebuilt E Q lx A N17 gl ri I Q X ri y 2 Pagley Shoe Service Q 17 N. MILL STREET 9 fe W ,Q 2 5 041 D0 Q Zofze Casifeion Q NEW CASTLE, PA. EX O 9 0 gi One of Pennsylvani J' ff ?? A Y Finer Hotels - K -r W 'r EQ! C' mplimerrte ..f.. New Castle DIY 00008 00. ,,. F 15337 2 2 CONGRATULATIONS 2 GRADUATES 1 Q FROM THE E Richman Brothers Company 131 E. WASHINGTON ST. J A L54 'td FINE CLOTHES F FOR MEN AND , YOUNG MEN! el i 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1' 1 , 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 Y K 5 1 1 E 3 , 1 3 11 1 1 1 X 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 2 1 1 1 I I 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 31 1 1 f PENNY WISE Dedicated To All Treasurers "We Will economizef' we saidg "Be thrifty with our pennies, We'll always keep the principal And quite a sum above, We Will portion it out and never spend More than a bit at a time, or lend Some, just for a little While, to one Sure to return it when he's done. We Will put our pennies aWay,', We said, "In a strong box and lock it." But we forgot--and now We find It's burned a hole in our pocket. -A. M. H. - O--. .. WE, THE CLASS OF THIRTY-SIX ARE: C-Contented-fWhen We get our diplomas.J L--Lovable-fAll of us.J -Admirable-fOur athletesj S-Satisfactory-COur recitationsb S-Superlative-CThe best!D O-Of course, We're the best!! F-Frank-QOur excuses for coming late.J T-Thrifty-fWe save on class dues.J -Honorable-CFew test papers are the same.J 1.. Ironical-Cln a nice Waylj R--Remarkable-CFor our talent.J T-Tenacious-CWe held fast for three long years or more.J Y-Youthful-COur sophomore and junior years.D S-Sympathetic-CWith sophomores and teachersj Indispensable-fOur servicesj X-"X" traordinary-fOur foresight-We stay home on test days .-i. O FOUND ON TEST PAPERS Incomplete See me about this You are capable of doing better Very unsatisfactory Not clear Ambiguous ! Failed Spelling? Poor English Translate! fn ,,., ef . 'K ' i A 4 7 f TO THE SR 9 5' 9 3' .KW V f GRADUATE . . . i - CGNGRATULATIONS ' Cunnlngham x , AND MAY YOU x 1 and ic A CONTINUE TO ACHIEVE Q Q Wemgartner SUSSSSS- T, fl FLOWERS H KO Si 1 fb R se E H! Phone 140 . 1 . F YA I Ji I x SS S x 5 SV 242 E. Washington St. X i R AI. PCHHCY CO. IHC. 9 naw. . 9 7 .E f Qt f Department Stores Q QS ee 5 4 J. J, FISHBURN S 4 E 3 - 407 REIS STREET 3' Compliments Of- O 0 O ' ' The Home of Monarch Finer Foods F l W. J. CO. F 6 Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 4 0 , Q , NEW OASTLES CASH S, FREE DELIVERY it ., PRICE STORE Q Phone 1361-J f f 5 COMPLIMENTS A -OF- 5 A S j J O Q R I F Y D E A I v Y. a 0 4 4 MORTUARY 4 S 3 SUBJECTS WE COULD WRITE ABOUT Personality in the Handshake-"Mr, Orth, meet my father," says one who failed. . Superstitions-Students not permitted to go up and down the same l stairway. How to Keep Awake in School-By bringing a detective story along. The Monotony of Being Good-Or suffer the consequences in detention hall. Thoughts That Often Arise-While teacher puts grade on report. Personality in Hats-Our dinksl The Humor of Being Serious-When a student sits on a broken chair. The Family Heirloom-Our diplomas fifty years from now. Our Two Selves--Being miscast for a play in Dramatics class. Being Misunderstood-Bringing home an unsatisfactory report. The Pleasures of Loafing-Ask those who know! The Remembering System-Tying a string around our linger fit still worksll The Art of Bluffing-There is none-teachers are acute. The Importance of Good Manners-During educational lectures in as- sembly. Curiosity in Animals-The various pets that follow students to school. How to Become A Genius-In ten easy lessons! i l 1 . .0T.i...1 3 PREMEDITATION Song:-On the Road to Graduation. Tune:-On the Road to Mandalay. .l On the Road to Graduation Weill be singing another tune . And the sun comes up at breakfast Where before we saw the moon. T On the Road to Graduation When the sun comes out to stay 1 We'll all come back as P. G.'s On some bright autumnal day. fWith apologies to those who won,t.J l T ...O.1.Tl Miss Good:-"For what is Benjamin Franklin noted?" Curtis Fritz :-"He invented electricityf' Miss Good :-"Marvelous man I" --o-- l Miss Riffer:-"Put this sentence into German-:This winter's weather made me tired'f' Harry Schneitzinger:-"Yep, me too!" -1.-...O l Billy Glenn stepped up to Harry Schneitzinger at the piano and .T inquired sweetly, 'tHave you 'Kissed me by the moonlight?" Harry :-Hlt must have been Shira. I've only known you a year." l l Pe I - F x ! 9 . New Castle Busmess College Q Commercial, Secretarial, and Stenographic subjects especially g arranged for high school graduates. I 'E i G. E. LYON, Prop. Phone 936 2 ilvi I .r..fsvQ"v"'kM ' 4 Congratulations to the 4 LEAVE YOUR ORDERS H I- June Class of '36 If 'AT' ? f ' 1 The NORTH HILL I . ' EXCHANGE . Sporting Goods Store g if -FOR - 5 A 5 , ALL BAKED GOODS g ini? 4 l 4 A 5. CONGRATULATIONS 2 '. Compliments Q C L A S S Q 1936 5 KERR ai ERWIN 5 X I DIAMOND MERCHANTS X J U N E ,I JEWELERS - ............ s1LvERsM1THs J D. G. Ramsey and Sons ti tl , , Use Our fl Qi ji K D1v1ded Payment Plan lf BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 1 ll lj I A I gl HARDWARE Qi D We feature I X PAINTS . X Hamilton and Elgin Watches . S 1 3 and Jewelry of all kmds I H O ' O H FAMOUS FOR DIAMONDS 306-20 CROTON AVE. gf sg 4200-PHONES-4201 5 N. MILL STREET FRAU RIFFER'S PHILOSOPHIES 1. Dink apout dings slowly, und do 'em bromply. 2. Der man vat vas in a hurry, goes iishin, an empty pond in. 3. Today vas worth more as two times tomorrow. 4. A cat wot wears kid gloves doesn't catch many little mice. 5. Go to ped and get up in der morning reg'1ar, and you learn some- dings. 6. Der biggest day of der year has got a night shust der same. 7. Ignorance is der fadder of many broken legs. 8. Der more a man works, der more idle he don't was. 9. One goot hand vas worth haf a dozen hands. 10. Der garden is much like der man vot make der garden. 11. The sooner as you learn how to lif, you die pretty quick. .. 0l..-.T Gardner:-t'When George Washington was your age, he was a surveyor." Bob Brest :-"When he was your age, he was President." i .0Ti.-l Arvo Aho :-"If you were in doubt about kissing a girl, what would you do?" Elder Bryan, Jr. :TNI don't know. What would you do?" Kreisler:-"Give her the benefit of the doubt." - iO...-i Miss Taylor :-"Name one important thing we have now that we didn't have 100 years ago." Frank Taylor, Jr. I-iiM6.,, 0..-l Peggy England :--"I believe the school is haunted." Jean McGeorge:-"Why?" Peggy:-"Eddie Donegan is always talking about school spirit." --3.110---i Louis Litwinowicz:-"Ouch, I bumped my crazy bone!" Marie Buchner:-"Never mind, just comb your hair different and the bump won't show? .1i...O .... Mr. Bridenbaugh Cin Geometryj :-"Lester, what does the line OK equal?" Lester Grimm, Cawakening from a short napl :-"Oh, gee!" Mr. Bridenbaugh :-"Correct" .... .O... CBeing taken home from a leap year partyj z- Just Anyone:-"Now, what are you stopping for?" Marie Buchner:--"live lost my bearings." Just Anyone:-"Well, at least you are original. The fellows run out of gas." 4 I - CONGRATULATIONS Q "LUCKY" ! CLASS OF X 1936 Z Q 'A s O lb O lr Q I Chambers Motor Co. I L szs N. cRoToN AVE. "YOUR CITY" O 9 O 5 1 CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH 5 DISTRIBUTORS 1 3 4 COMPLIMENTS I 3- WORM . SPENCER , Paint 62 Glass Co. I 2 5 mi COMPLIMENTS OF THE JG S SWEET SHOPPE 15 NORTH MILL STREET S PI-IONE 1240-J I E ? lf" 5 FRANCIS FOR FORDS ,V Where Low Price Is Matched By e x Quality E Large Stock Genuine Ford Parts 1 Latest Scientific Shop Equipment . I 0 -o o X USED CARS AND TRUCKS Immediate Delivery, Naw Cars and Trucks F ri s iz TERMS --1- TRADES Q F - is I Francis MutorSaIes Co. A 426 CROTON AVENUE NEW CASTLE, PA. 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