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

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L 9 L - in V 1'-1""'k I M x., J Q. -4 X -, 4 l -Q THEME Bands blaring, lions roaring, horns tooting, children shouting, horses prancing-you've guessed it, a circus parade is coming! How slowly they seem to advance then presently their fullest glories are before us, the dancing ladies, painted clowns, huge elephants, and the crowds thrill with the excitement that a circus never ceases to create. But almost unbelievingly the last of the tag-a-longs has soon rounded the corner and all signs of what. has been are out of sight. Might we imagine that parade transformed to our class marching forth in all its splendor through the years in Ne-Ca-Hi. How slowly the time seems to pass, then suddenly we find ourselves amid the bustle of passing from our school life around that corner to what only each individual himself knows. And as a circus parade lingers pleas- antly in our minds so may our school life stand out in joyous recollection long after the corner is rounded. l l R 'u '50 Li , HW. M6 . 'Q-A ,-5, - Ns- " 3. N Ex' lb f 1 , cf,. Q 9, A x ko, fa .Q v 1 S rf 4. 1: , - . x-H wg. L75 .. x, 0-, .Ah--M-M " ,: 1 ,iL':-wif 'T zz ' 1:-,, r EM FX R l l FOREWORD We have driven in the pegs of wit, We have set up our tent, We have filled it with the best of show people, now let the parade begin and may you, the audience, be filled with last- ing enjoyment. L7 . J MR. DONALD F. COPSON DEDICATION TO MR. DONALD F. COPSON our guide, counsellor, and friend, with sincere appreciation for the continuous help he has given us during our high school days, WE, THE JUNE CLASS OF 1937, dedicate our year book. THE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL AHRE IRR E XX!! I any Q 1 ' L, I A-1 NL! -L V .i5f.i:.EKwL,- .: '4 I I' iw N 1- -215. 4113: Q ., A FRANK L. ORTH - - - PRINCIPAL xg-,f f' J ff lf ' ,v'04WrM,Q , , A- W W.. Anderson Edith E. Birchard S P. H. Bridenbaugh Bernice Bartlett L. C. Black Bess P.. Brinkerhoff Arthur C. Brown Florence Brownstein Annetta Burry Howard A. Butler Elsie F. Calvin N. R. Casillo John N. Cornelius Sara M. Dinsmore Dorothy Edmunds Clara A. Elliott Eva J. English V.,- Bess S. Galley Ralph H. Gardner Olivia M. Griffith Eleanor S. Galbraith Mary A. Good Clara M. Hartsui Viola W. Healy Emily Johnson Ethel M. Kelly William L. Klee William E. Lehto Ralph F. Lengerman Fred G.. Leslie Mary M. Long Myrtle L. Lord William A. Margraf Frances H. Maxwell F l , . , ' ' 5 fliafwqkiig-.' .- . '11 f .diffs ' :'?+5,:- .. , , ,,, - LJ? 41 " Thelma Merrilees Frances McClaren Walter S. McKee Mary L. Perdue if 1. I n Adoline Miller Sara Sankey McCune Elsie K. McGeorge Sara E. McGoun J. H. R. McKenzine N. P. Nelon H.. Elizabeth Parker Joe F. Replogle Genevieve Riddle Mary G. Riff-er Robert M. Mills Margaret Mongromery ' , . W 5 N 1 1 U .I , Marjorie Rhodes Ola D. Rogers Oscar J. Sheaffer Helena Stevenson Charlotte Taylor George Thomas Mary E. VanDivort Ruth E. Wallace Ralph H.. Weide Helen R. Westlake S. Elizabeth Williams Ellen Young' ,V l Mona Sowash Geraldine Turk Virginir Weinchenk Pauline Young ffl:1f.1.:4-.:,f:ef.Q:-:1sf-- M :-f.f.f,42:s1Lff . L - -1 up ---J,--'-'rg ,' Q -ix xxx -FEE , nf 1 -:if-Q' .,.., v'..- , ,5.':.,5-3 NIIIR fy 'Bc I? - ! 'A 1: . 'Ev' af P5-r .' I.. :gg r M. :E ' H. fax I . 1 3 wg? 7311 ,::,- lei, nfei. r.,g 741. if '. 'QR' f., f : . I I JJ v-: . - rf I . f . -a . . 5 ur., '15 ,fr .' li WL .4 J' 2- 4 51. e. -tv, 'gfia 6? Z 495 . . 'I -36 I - .G an .ay K.. I iii Sift: 4 .- 23: P. ja Jig 1 v I T ' JOE LLOYD JACK HIGGINS MARJORIE VAUGHN fl sn I , I i I .u'l if E. ' f, N I w T T 1: I w T I I T , T T PEGGY JENNINGS RUTH KLIVANS THE LITERARY STAFF PAULINE STARKE JACK TRENT NICK SANTANGELO CAROL RANSOM JOE WILK PATRICIA BROWN MARGARET NAPLES KATHRYN PARFITT MARY LOUISE KIRKPATRICK SARA NITSCHE DOROTHY MOCKEL ERNEST TARTLER BETTY WOODRING THE ART STAFF WILLARD KIMMEL JOE ANDERSON ELLEN MAKIHILL ED KIROL 4-Q-i I Q. ,, is l 7 I 'i lu til .gli Ln:-A ti? li? in .lil li 1 ' 1 'li I F ga 124+ I wi BILL CHIP "Chipper" "No chip on Bill's shoulder." CHARLES MORT "Stormy" "Walmo's gift to the world!" RUTH SHANNON "Ruthie" "She has a gift supremwthat of personality." CHARLOTTE WHITEMAN "Chucky" "A girl who will go far in this world." GEORGE ADAMS KIPOP!! "And he 'DODS' all basketball rec- cards." HELEN ADAMS "Drummer" "Think what you may--I want to be an undertaken" "Brown eyes, why are you so blue. "Will he bc a math professor, too. DENNIS ALLSHOUSE "Squeak" "A new face, a new fancy." RILLA MAE ALLSOPP HMae77 n ELEANOR AMBROSE KlMitZ?7 "Love but one man at a time." MARY ANDAKIAN saAndy:1 To climb steep hills requires slow toil." JOE ANDERSON "Joe Bill" FRANK ANNECILLO HRedH ,LL A How will Hi-Y do without him?" WILLIAM ARBLASTER HBiH!7 'Can Arblaster blow a blast on that horn I" ELAINE BAILEY "Peanuts" Quiet and reserved with many friends." I-IAZEL BALINT "Brown Eyes" Good nature shines from out her eyes." JAMES BARR lKBud!7 "I do but jest!" CHARLENE BATES "Charlie" Persuasion tips her tongue when e'er she talks." MILDRED BELKNAP KKMilly!7 Why do men have to bother me 7" DANIEL BENDER lKDan7I "Oh Sleep, it is a gentle thing, be- loved from Dole to pole." ELIZABETH BINDER HLiZ77 "Youth must Iove.' FRANCIS BENDER "Turpin" "Every why has a Wherefore." CATHERINE BENKO "Katie" "Let me tarry a moment to look in the glass." JOSEPHINE BERTOLINO HJOI! "Nice and obligingf' ROBERT BIDDLE HB0b77 "'Larnin's' worth coming a long way for." , I IJ Juli Fl l 1 T' :J li H iii? 55 1 1 . , 'Q A V 1 1 wi Hi Vi U R ill l 1 I i i i Hi w l ml 1: an:- i-if l +1 I, KATHRYN BINDER UKate!7 The lady protests too much-what of it?" MARGARET BIONDI "Margie" 'We expect big things of Margaret." ELOISE BISHOP ll ' Sis" "Hang Sorrow, here comes Sis." RUBY BLACK "Jewel" "She's a priceless jewel." DOROTHY BLAIR HDOt7! She'd tap her way into any man's heart." LARUE BLANTON "Rocker" Good things come in small pack- axles." if si -- 4- PAUL BLEWS "Rollo" A head to conceive, a hand to ex- ecute any mischief." EDWARD BOLLARD "Br0wner" "Fie! What a spendthrift he is of his tongue." STEVE BOROWSKI "Steve" "Still waters run deepest." ELIZABETH BOUGHTER HBett7, Her mind changes like the wind." ROBERT BRABY lKB0b!! We'll warrant him heart whole." ROSS BRIDENBAUGH "Brodie" CFamousJ son of a famous father." CLARENCE BROWN "Brownie" Another nice boy in the class of June '37." PATRICIA BROWN ccBunny:: When she speaksgthe world lis- tens." EDWARD BURNS lSEd!7 "For he's a jolly good fellow." EDWARD CAMPBELL "Beef" And can he strum that 'gui-'f,ar'!" HELEN CAMPBELL c:HOneyr1 A genial disposition brings its owner many friends." 5 JAMES CAVELL A ll 7, L Battler , ' J Sentimental gentleman from Ne- Ca-Hi." I ' L! Fil rvi. '- A V, HELEN CHILL "Chill" Charm strikes the siyrht and merit wins the soul." KATHERINE CLARK "Katie" "Be merry if you are wise. MARIAM CLINEFELTER . liMimi77 "She's quite 'Reserved'." DOROTHY CLINGAN HD0t!! She's not the type her name im- plies." GILBERT COLNOT "Peanuts" "We don't agree that musicians are tcmperamentalf' EDWINA CONNERY "Eddie" "Variety is the spice of life." f MARY CONRAD "Connie" "She handles a bow my well." JOE COOPER KlCOOpY7 Why work? Life should not be wasted thus." HAZEL COULTER "Coulter" Speech is great, but silence is greater." ETHEL COWLES "Peanuts" 'A jolly good girl in work and in play." THOMAS CRAMER GKTOIUH 'Pardon the alliteration - suave, smooth, and sophisticated." PHILLIP CRANE "Phil" 'Sleepl Sleep! Thou hast such pleasant charms." . o J' V-A' v' 7' II if ANNA CUBBAL llAnn!J "Silence is golden." ESTELLE CUKERBAUM "Cookie" "Talking, sparkling eyes, and much behind them." JANE CWYNAR "Janie" 'Good sense and good nature are never separated." ADELE DABROWSKI llDel77 'She lives at peace with all man- kind." FLORA DALTORIO KKFIOH "Thy modesty's a candle to thy merit." VIVIAN DAVIDSON Klvivl! "She has an air of sweet simplic- ity." , I' HUNT DAVIS UI-Iunty! The World goes on and Hunt still gets his A's in math." LEAH DAVIS ' "Button-nose" "She's a terror for her size LOUISE DAVIS HL0u7! "Full of sweet indifference RICHARD C. DAVIS "Chauncey" 'Our Chauncey is a. plump and fun- loving lad.', RICHARD I. DAVIS "Isaac" 'We've told you what the "I" stands for: see Cleora for more." ERMENIA DeCarbo lKArmy!! ' 'Tis nice to be natural when you are naturally nice." 1 PAULINE DeCARBO czpollyrv 'Take your Spanish to Polly for translation." JEANNE DeLILLO HI-Ioneyi! 'Intent upon her destined course STANLEY DERZYPOLSKI "Derzap0l" "There's hardly a thing he can't do." ELMER DONALDSON "Elmer" "Why can't those girls ever let me alone ?" JAMES DONNELLY zxJimmy:y "He thinks much but says little." ROBERT DOONAN lB0b7Y "Se me, how calm I am." 'Wouldn't it be nice if she were? VIRGINIA DOONE uGinnyn 'Where there's a hearty shout, she's about." ELEANOR DOUBLE ClDu'bs!! GEORGE DUDA u llDudey, 'None but himself can be his par- a1lel." VANCE DUFFORD Klvanil The 'Fritz Kriesler' of our class." DOROTHY DUTE llDOt77 "A gal with a gift of gabf' JAMES ECKLEBERGER "Eckie" If pleasure interferes with busi- nessg cut out the business." VIVIAN ELAM Hvivn 'WouIdn't it be great to see her excited?" La.VERGNE EVANS "Puritan" "The world needs more like her." WALTER FABIAN "Wait" "Young Walter is a great and mighty heaver of the discus." KENNETH FARVER :cKenny:r "His laugh will soon make his Dresence known." ' CLARA FAZZONE KlGigg,S!! Her raven locks are the envy of all." MARY FELIX cxKittyv1 "So quiet, so shy, We wonder why." JOHN FLYNN lCJQhnny7! Men of few words are the best men." JAMES FORD HV-83: 'A trusty friend, as true as steel." RUTH FRALEY "Ruthie" "Innocent, golden, calm as the dawn." WILLIAM FRALEY ffBi11" 'When he wants a thing, he's sure he gets it" FRED FREESE "Fritz" 'The more he talked, the more the wonder grew." DOROTHY F REY lKDOt!! 'She sings away sorrow, casts away care." I. RICHARD GARDNER ff Dick" "Ex-president and man-of-affairs." JOSEPH GEBBIA ccGebbyvv "Quiet and quite contained." CATHERINE GENKINGER "Tink" "Laugh and the world laughs with you." VERNA GIBSON "Gibbie" "Laugh and be merry is my motto." f I , ,, , ' " 1. Eii.J9r.c 'N-'-'R JOE GILL "Fishie" "'His round of activities leaves him slightly VID dizzy." WALDA GRALA icwallyvr "Ambition is its own reward." .Zi t 'ai ' l HA l ll. Q 'li l Ll 1 5 l 21 11:5 25 N VICTOR GUIDO l l' I civic!! "Concentration is his middle name." 1 .,:1 EMMA GUNTHER l lKEm!7 "The thoughts of youth are long, long thoughts." J fl' THELMA cwm N ,jot-' 4 I "Beans" W "A light heart lives long." l ll We MARGARET HAGGERTY Q, upeggyu lg l "Tiny and cheerful and nice as can 1 W be." ll l l JEAN HAMILTON ' "Jeannie" in "Impulsive, earnest, prompt to act." l I FRED HARDING l W Y SCFI,ed!! , l ' l "Worry and I have never met." l l vi-L 1 1 l 1 I I , l MARJORIE HwARPER "Margie" "Warm of heart and clear of brain." JANET HARTLAND User- "Joyous as a bobolinkf' ANN HASULAK KlAnn!l smile from her would banish care." ELIZABETH HEATH "Bette" "Sweet personality, full of rascal- ity." HARRIETT HEMPHILL "Hattie" "There's a lot of deviltry beneath that mild exterior." JOHN HIGGINS "Jack" "He does have a heart of gold, though!" NANCY HILL I llNanY! "She's an optimist of the first rank." 9 VERNE HIMEBAUGH "Himie" A good athlete and a good sport." I FLORENCE HITCHEN "Babe" A girl with a pleasing personality and a charming smile." WESLEY HITE "Wes" "One of these efficiency experts who's everywhere at once." Ee-W WILLIAM HOFFMAN KlBiuH 'Speak gently, dear teacher, dis- turb not his dreams." JAMES HOOVER ttelirnyv "We wish him better luck than Herbert!" IQ MARJORIE HOWARD "Puzzle" "Shy and quiet, yet always gay." JAMES ICKES uJin,1u "Everything comes to him who waits-I'll wait!" ANTOINETTE ISABELLA HDizY7 "For she's a jolly good fellow." HUMBERT ISABELLA azMuStyr: "O, Sleep, come on and take me." STANLEY IWANJEKO USIZHHH "Life begins at vacation time!" BEN JENKINS nBennyu "Crosby's voice plus his own per- sonalityf' JAMES JENKINS HJim!7 An intelligent senio1'Aand capable too!" JOSEPHINE JENKINS UJO7! An attractive girl with an attrac- tive voice." MARGARET JENNINGS "English" 'Peg's popularity is always increas- ini." JAMES JOHN "Jim" 'We wish WE could ride to school in a Buick l" ELIZABETH JOHNS lcLibby:3 "So sweet and unsophisticatedf' FRED JOHNS iKFred!! "Friendly Fred is lots of fun." HARVEY JOKINEN UT0be77 'The Perfect Crush: Handsome blonde football player." JACK JONES uRedn "Ready, willing, and able." MINNIE JOSEPH "Oh Min" "Minnie N-e-v-e-r b1ushes'I7'7 TONY JOSEPH KCTOHYH "Very silent-yet still here!" JOSEPH KENEHAN ClBud!7 A perfect gentleman and not a snub." VIVIAN KENNA Hvivil "When you want to know someone -just ask Vivian." DORIS KIEFER xaDOI,yvy "Daughter of the Gods, divinely tall." THELMA KIENST KlBee!! She's very shy, We wonder Why." LORRAINE KILBREATH 1:LaI,I,yyr "Delightfully dependable." WILLARD KIMMEL ffBi11" "Lilting feet that never tire." MARY LOUISE KIRKPATRICK 'Kirky" "Give her the piano, and she'll make the music." ED KIROL "Eddie" "He's quiet, but is he bashful'?' Q' . ..', , ' 'lv If ff,-If iq ,',' ' :,' ff'f1f" ' DOROTHY KLECKNER ClD0t7, "A talented member of ai talented family." RUTH KLIVANS "Ruthie" "Pretty, poppy. popular." ' I 5 Rv' f Q' I-,',,E"-,,.,i . Q? Y, f WILLIAM KOSZELLA HBM17! "A meek and quiet spirit." FLORENCE KRESOWATY CKFIO7! "If silence is golden, she'1l be wealthyf' MARGARET LANDON KKMeg,7Y "The fashion of this World pass eth away." GEORGE LARGE "Georgie" "But he's not tall." RUDOLPH LEBAN uRudyn "Man delights not me, no, not women either." LEO LENHERR LcLe0J7 He's not as loud as his first name Clionj suggests." LAURA BELLE LOUIS "Laura,' A pleasing countenance is a silent recommendation." I A. JACK LIGO "Binks" "Our clown on stiltsf' JOSEPH LLOYD KKJ0e7! "Slave-driver exti'aordina1'y," BERNICE LOBAZA "Bernie" "Our own Gracie Allen." GEORGE LOUDON ucurlyyy "He takes life easy." REVA LOVE czL0veyn "Her quaintness is her charm." THERESA LOVE llLOvy77 "She has an air of wisdom." JEAN LOVERIDGE "Jeanne" "Chatter, chatter as she goes, wi she ever stop ?" JEAN LUTTON ClJ'ean7! "She is a faithful follower." THOMAS LYNCH xcTOmmyyx He looks like a mischievous lad. LOUIS MACK "Louie" "A man of few words but shows his colors." NANCY MACK tiNan!7 "She's the same girl wherever you meet her." GEORGE MADDEN "Sir Malcolm Campbell" "These three, George, Pat, and the Chrysler." MARGARET MAHER flPeg,77 "Quite a capable 'Quaestor'." ELLEN MAKIHILL "Mackie" "No hill is too steep to climb," MIKE MALIZIA "Mike" "A worthwhile friend you'll find him." LOUISE MANN NLOUY, It takcs a Mann to catch a man.' JOHN MANOS "Johnny" "He's tall, dark, and handsome." CLYDE MARCHAND uclyden "A line fellow and a staunch friend." HELEN MARKLEY "Markie" O, Babble, babble, babble, ceaselcss and unending." TED MARLIN urlxeddyn "He knows much about sopho- mores." SUE MARONI "Susie" "Fun whcrcvcr she goes." l Qs' PM 1 I , Q! lx X. x.. H-E1-I . ": l l 4 I MELBAN MAROTTI lu "Mely" i "Will she and Vito ever 172il't'ln Li l l 5, LESLIE MATIS l HIJGSH "Ne-Ca-Hi loses an athlete." ' PETE MATURO "Pete" "With ambitions to be a. profes- Sionalf' I 3 3 V' MARGARET MAYO l l "Smile and thc Wcrlrl smiles wilh YOILU ,.,. r ELEANOR MAZURKEWICZ !'Eleanor" l "She has her ambitionsf I . 'll' ii' ,kb ,us V-, 'I MARIE MAZURKEWICZ 4cMeady:1 "She's so line and good." ,X IJ f jr ,fn ,4'LfVu..f DOR0 Y M GAN f lCD0tY7 "To be merry best becomes you.' RUTH METZLER "Ruthie" "Why can't I hold what I got?" HELEN MILTON "Helen" ii What does the poet have that I don't T" WILLIAM MINNER lSB.i117! "VVe hardly ever hear his voice HZ- 92:1 ANGELINE MISCIMARRA c:Angiexr "Nothing is too difficult for a will- ing mind." ANNA MIZER "Anna" "She is nothing like her name!" DOROTHY MOCKEL llDot7! U The perfect artistfminus the tem- permentf' EILEEN MOFFETT "Eileen" "She's no relation to Little Miss Muffetf' MARGARET MONNIN KCMOnk!! "A lady is known by her style." BILL MONTANARY "Wayne King" "Swing it, Bill." JOHN MOONEY I HJack!! "Tall and dark and always wide awake." IRWIN MOORE HInk77 "I'd rather talk to a girl than an angel any day." BILL MOORHEAD UBHIH "A man full of good humor and good nature." MARTHA MOORHEAD cxMartyy1 "She can't make up her mind be- tween a man and a horse." HERMAN MORRIS '1Herm" "Always ready and able to help." MARY MOTSKO "M0ttie" "One blonde that isn't. dizzy !" MARTIN MUCHA l "M0och" "I know it is a sin for me to sit and Erin. MARY LOUISE MURPHY c:Murphy: "Give me leave to enjoy myself." 'Qt +C?-l P A "ns wi 'F +C- l -li- l Ph.-l 4-il 4 1 1 TCF 'ffm w 1 1 1 milf VIRGINIA McBRlDE HGins7! "She's tops with the men." MARY IRENE McCONAHY KlMim9! "Ask me no questions and I'll tell you no lies." KENNETH McCONNELL c:Kenny1a "An old and valued member of the Senior Hi-Y." LAGENE McENTlRE "Scotty" "A quiet, likable girl." CECELIA McGRATH HCe1!7 "The highest degree of earthly happiness is quiet." EVELYN MclVOR "Evelyn" "A bundle of sweetness. u MARY McLAUGHLlN HMary!! "Wally, II. Will she marry a king?" 1 l I0 ' rf 'EVELYN McMlCHAEL "Ebbie" Sherlock Holmes of the Diction- ary." MIKE NADER ClMike7! That thatch of hair conceals a brain." MARGARET NAPLES :aMargevr "Not only obliging but efficient as well." FLORENCE NICHOLLS "Nicholls" She has a happy smile and a kind word for all." MARY NICKUM acNickyr! "A boy friend in every port." TRIPSY NICOLETTI HRed!7 "Laugh and grow fat." DEAN NICOPOLIS ' "Nick" "Dean of all wrestlers." CLARA NIEMCZYK .. ' lf' x "Clara" Q!-' "Gentlemen prefer blondes!" SARA NITSCHE "Billie" Music is the servant of everything good." FILBERT NOCERA llPhi17! "Little man, what now 7" DUANE NOLDER t1Darb7v "Silence is more eloquent than words." U H PAUL ONICKA UUIICRSH A good musician and a good stu- dent." ELIZABETH ORLANDO uBetty7y "Virtue is its own reward." EDDIE OSTROSKY liEd!! time on his hands." SADIE OTHITES "Sebastian" "She'll surely achieve her goal." ANNE PALCO "Anne" "She wrote an essay and won a prize and now shc'll write a book." MARGARET PANDER llpegw "So shy but so sweet." His activities leave Eddie with no I ,f I n KATHRYN PARFITT HKay!Y "Life is so peachy!" JEANNE PARKER "Jeannie'f "I read one line and they decided to send me to Hollywocdfl ul RLVTHNPATTERSON I Q J J 'fnuthief' "Nou can't resist those big, brown eyes." STANLEY PATTERSON "Stan" Lanky and lackadaisical: he's non- chalant. too." MARGARET PATTISON upegrf if Sometimes I sets and thinks, and other times I just sets." WILLIAM PATTISON KiPat!7 "He's the one who adds the spirit to the game." ARMENIA PAVIA :cAI,1,l1y7: A friend to all who know her.' PAULINE PELUSO Klpouyi! "She delighteth all who know her.' FLORENCE PETERSON HF1O!7 "Divinely tall and exceedingly fair.' H H rJ,,LUcY PIZZITOLA Lu Piquant, pretty, popular, pleasing that's Lucy." EVELYN PLUM KlEVy?7 "She has her share of talent." JOE PROCTOR uJeI,I.yn "Senior, Student, Sentimentalist, Singer." JOSEPH PRZYBYLSKI KKJ0e!! Silence is golden: so's his hair." WILLIAM QUINBY "Bill" Bill and his "Model T" take each other places." DORO'l'HEA RAMSEY "Dot" She makes a friend wh creve 1' she goes." ,W era c?,,,. ,l,J--we CHARLES RANDALL , "Chuck" W "Here he is without a camera. WILLIS RANEY "Willie" "Does Willie ever hurry 7" CAROL RANSOM "Lucybe1le" Her blonde curls are a target for the eyes." if LESTER RAUB ClLeS!7 "Exeeedingly exceptional ability." BERNADINE REIDER "Bernie" There is no sweeter girl in any class." ALICE REYNOLDS HAI!! "Alice has charms-many of them." ELBA REYNOLDS HEI!! Fair is the girl, yet fairer is her hair." BILL RHODES HBiHH "Steadily he pursues his course with but little worry." FRED RILEY "Fritz" Is his blushing a sign of Mod- esty'!" HARVEY RILEY "Harve" 'Good sense and good nature are never separated." MARGARET ROBINSON llPeggy!7 'Paradise lost and found again in her lovelinessf' YOLANDA RULLY uplatsyu It is nice to be small and distinc- tive." SAM SAFIER KCSam!! "What to orate on'7 NICK SANTANGELO r:Ange17y We pity the Juniors after Nick is goncfespecially 'one'." RUTH SCHMIDT HP0pS,7 I make my way with the greatest of ease." "Handsome is as handsome does.' U if ARTHUR SHAFFER NIA-rt!! WILLIAM SHAFFER llshaf!! When a friend's in need, he's a friend indeed. JEAN SHORT 'lShorty" ficult." ELDON SICKELS HEI!! "He'll fight the light like a man of steel." JEAN SISLEY "T0ots" "She lives contented and envies none ' CECELIA SKUCZYNSKI HSiS77 "A fair exterior is a silent recom- mendationf' ll 4 . Doing easily what others find dif- ELIZABETH SLAVER 'fBeth" 'Tis not my talent to conceal my thoughts." MADELINQE SMARRELLI lKMadl7 If you think she's quiet, it is be- cause you don't know her. JUNE SMITH "Junie" 'She comes to us from the land of sunshine." MAY SMITH "Honey" 'Come live in my heart and pay no rent." GENEVIEVE SNIEZEK "Jenny" 'If she has faults, they are very few." JANE SOLOMON "Janie" "Most extremely bashful f?J.,' "Ne-Ca-Hi School's fashion plate. PAULINE STARKE "Pennie" "This 'Penrlie's' Worth a lot." HELEN TACKENBERG "Sn0ok" ERMA TANNER "Tannie" "Dependable and deservedly well liked." ERNEST TARTLNER "Ernie" "Dislikes much disturbance." BERNARD TAVOLIERI lKTaVie!7 "The quiet lad who wants to go far in dramaticsl' GERTRUDE TAYLOR "Gertie" "Did you ever hear her play the piano.' 7 J' WILBUR TAYLOR NWN!! 'A boy both earnest and upright. JUNE TRAVERS 2' flJu e!! "A girl that boyst will look at ' twice." JACK TRENT CCJackY7 "I choose to be different!" LEONARD TURCO KlTurk!! 'Ever contented, free from care." ELDRED UBRY HAI!! "Girls may be your hobby, but stick to music." THOMAS VALLELY QKTOIUI7 He is long and slim and lean of limb." H ii .4 MARJORIE VAUGHN "Margie" "She works first and then rests." HELEN VILLANI "Helena" 'Why do some people ,fret all the brains?" JAMES WAGNER KKJimJ7 He is a man of great wisdom." EVELYN WARYVICK reward S' , A student bright and friend true- blue." JOHN WASILIN "Johnnie" In the race of life, he will not be left behind." ROBERT WATKINS lKBobY! "A kind friend that will last to the end." N I u 5 1 V Q K . 1 'M ' 5 GEORGE WEIKER "George" "Girls have no right to mar my ef'- ficiencyfl WILLIAM WEINSCHENK flBiH77 "Noted for his excellent behavior." EMILY LOU WEIR iKEmmy!7 "Acclaimed extremely knowing. .. --V, GERALDINE WEISBAKER nJeI,I,yu "She treats her classmates with gentle tact." GAYNELL WELLER lKGay!7 "Has everybody guessing." ELEANOR WESTER UEHH "Basketball is not her hobby, it's her accomplishment." VIOLA WHITE "White" "A very quiet and obedient girl.' JOE WILK "Gomez" "A dream world in reality." ROBERT WILKISON flB0b7! "Life bores me, but girls don't.' NANNIE WILLIAMS flNan7, "Quiet and good naturedf' JEAN WILLIAMS "Jeannie" "Merry, enthusiastic. and talkative JACK WILSON KlJack77 "Cheerfully acquires knowledgef RICHARD WINGER lCDiCk!7 "Most work with least effort." A ANNA WISOSKY HAHHH little, attractive, guiet sort of girl." GEORGE YEE "Georgie" "We find he is a friend, loyal, kind, and true? ALSO GRADUATING FRANK GEROULD JOSEPH BESTRESKY RUSSEL PATTERSON IN MEMORIAM EILEEN WALDORF October 8, 1935 ESTHER WOLF E "Essie" "Her sense of humor is unique." BETTY WOODRING "Betts" "A hurrying, scurrying, bundle of vitality." S x 4-' K N 1 . x W HONOR ROLL At the end of the Hfth report period Catherine Genkinger Helen Villani Joseph Lloyd Nick Santangelo Joseph Wilk V Paul Onicka Ruth Schmidt Jean Short Marjorie Vaughn Hunt Davis Kathryn Parfitt Estelle Cukerbaum Prize American offered by the Lawrence Chapter of the Daughters of the Revolution. Marjorie Harper Lester Raub Helen Campbell Sara Nitsche Ruth Klivans Jane Solomon Janet Hartland Mike Nader Charlotte Whiteman Eloise Bishop Sadie Othites AWARDS -Won by JOSEPH LLOYD Prize offered by the New Castle News for general excellence in English during the high school course. -Won by MARJORIE VAUGHXN Prize offered by the Music Club for general excellence in Music. -Won by THOMAS CRAMER Prize offered by Lawrence County Bar Association to the senior with the highest rank in the four year Latin course. -Won by T4H'ERESA L-OVE Prize offered by the Bausch and Lamb Optical Company for progress in scientific studies. --Won by JOSEPH LLOYD Presentation of Prize offered by the Sons of American Revolu- tion for proficiency in Chemistry. -Won by JOSEPH WILK Prize offered by the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Alumni Association of Pittsburgh for general excellence in mathematics during the high school course. -Won by NICK SANTANGELO Prizes offered by the Woman's Club of New Castle for superior- ity in character, citizenship, scholarship, service to the school and high ethical standards. -Won by JANET HARTLAND and WESLEY HITE SENIOR A .............. WHO'S WHO IN NE-CA-HI Mr. Donald Copson President .................................... Bill Chip Vice President ............ Secretary ......... Treasurer ................ JUNIOR A ...... President ............ ........ Vice President ...... ..... Secretary ......... Treasurer ......... GIRL President .......... .......Chuck Mort Shannon Charlotte Whiteman Turk .David Updegraff ........Elder Bryan ...Dorothy Maher SENIOR B ....... President ............. Vice President .... Secretary ...... Treasurer ...... JUNIOR B ....... ...... President ................ Vice President ......... ......Miss Mary Long ........Dick Johns Porado . ...... Louise Brown Howley Miss Pauline Young .........Glenn Gordon .............Don Wimer Secretary ....................... Barbara Parsons .........Janet Payne Treasurer............ ...............Bob Miller SOPHOMORE ............ Miss Stevenson President ................ ....... E dward Noga Vice President ....... ........ B ill Roland Secretary ............ ......... B etty Raney Treasurer .......................... Jack Matthews SENIOR HI-Y President ........................ Frank Annecillo Vice President ...... ............... F red Allen Secretary ............ ..... ......... B i ll Anthony Treasurer ......... ....... W illiam Thompson RESERVES GERMAN CLUB ..........Miriam Clinefelter Vice President ................ Emily Lou Weir Secretary ............ .............. L eah Davis Treasurer ......... .......Peggy Jennings STUDENT C President ...................... Vice President ...... .... Secretary ............ Treasurer ......... SENATUS ROMANUS Consul Primus .................... Robert Jones Consul Secundus ............ ...Samuel Davy Scriba ................................... Sara Nitsche Quaestor .............. Margaret Mary Maher Secretary ............. Treasurer ...... .................Joe Lloyd ..........Leona Preisel President ................... Vice President .......... ...Charlotte Whiteman .................Jack Ligo OUNCIL is Ross Bridenbaugh .........Wesley I-Iite ....Janet Hartland .........John Henderson LINCOLN HI-Y President ........ ........... Vice President ....... Secretary ............. Treasurer. .... .... FRENCH CLUB President ...... . ............... Christina Perotta Program Chairman .............. Janet Payne NE-CA-HI STAFF Editor-in-Chief .......................... Joe Lloyd Assistant Editor .............. Pauline Starke Advertising Manager .......... Jack Higgins Business Manager .................. Jack Trent Typi sts ............................ Kathryn Parfitt, Margaret Naples ......Ge0rge Gardner ......Dale Clobus .,........Bill Francis .......Willis Campbell THE SENIOR HI-Y CLUB It is the aim of the National Hi-Y organization to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character based on the platform of clean living, clean sports, and clean scholarship. The semester's program of the club is based with these ends in view. In April 29 of the year the club had the honor to be in charge of Western Pennsylvania Hi-Y Regional Officers Installation Service. The semester's activities included several excellent speakers, a banquet, Initia- tion party and a gala Graduation Party for the departing members. Under the able leadership of Joseph Lockley, the faculty advisor, the club had one of the most successful years in its history. THE OFFICERS ARE: President Frank Annecillo Vice President - - Fred Allen Treasurer - William Thompson Secretary - William Anthony Faculty Advisor - Joseph Lockley THE LINCOLN HI-Y CLUB Platform:-To create, maintain, and extend throughout the com- munity, high standards of Christian character. The Lincoln Hi-Y newly organized in 1936 has been one of the most successful Hi-Y organizations in the city. It has a very high rank- ing in the Northwestern Pennsylvania District. The club has had a varied program including a "Ladies Nite," Bing Pong tournaments, weiner roast, and a number of outstanding speakers. Twenty members of the Lincoln Hi-Y participated in the State Bible Contest and among a great number of other clubs they rank second, The Lincoln -Hi-Y has three of its members taking leading parts in the State wide Officers Installation ceremony to be held at Slippery Rock on May 29th. THE OFFICERS OF THE LINCOLN HI-Y ARE: President - George Gardner Vice President - Dale Clobus Secretary - - Bill Francis Treasurer Willis Campbell Supervisor - - Mr. Jerry Morris THE GIRL RESERVES SLOGAN-"To find and give the best" MOTTO-"To face life squarelyn Y. W. C. A.-G. R. SECRETARY Miss Dorothy Stewart ADVISORS M-iss Geraldine Turk Miss Mary Purdue President - - - - - Miriam Clinefelter Vice President - - Emily Lou Weir Secretary - - Leah Davis Treasurer - - Peggy Jennings The Senior,High School Girl Reserve Club has a membership of one hundred ninety-six this semester. The program has been planned to create friendship, to recognize responsibilities, and to develop leadership. It helps to build up our attitudes regarding life. There are this semester six interest groups which meet every other week. They are knitting, taught by Miss Regina Poppy chorus, taught by Mr. DeSanctisg crafts, taught by Miss Janice Wrathallg bowling, taught by Miss Carson, Basketball, taught by Cleola Cotton, Diction, taught by Miss Geraldine Turk, and the newspaper, l'Chatter", supervised by Miss Eve Nicklin. On the alternating weeks, meetings that dwell on our theme, "Living Beautifully", are held. The social side of the club has included: Coronation Ball Farewell party for Seniors Friendship dances after weekly meetings Well filled baskets were delivered at Thanksgiving time, and, at Christmas, according to custom, a delightful treat was given little girls of the Scioto Street Mission. The semi-annual Girl Reserve Conference was held in New Castle February 26, 27, 28 of this year. One hundred sixty out of town girls were present and enjoyed the discussions, activities, and friendliness of the New Castle girls. . ,sg x . nf' S 'Q . A , K X,o"',.J" FOURTH YEAR HONORS-June, 1937 Summa Cum Laude ................ Theresa Love Magna Cum Laude .................. Helen Villani Cum Laude ...................... Evelyn McMichael THE SENATUS ROMANUS LATIN HONORS , SECOND YEAR HONORS-Jan., 1937 Summa Cum Laude ................ Samuel Davy Magna Cum Laude ...................... Lois Leddy Cum Laude ...... Maxine Templeton, Dorthea Stewart, Rose Costa, Helen Love Cum Laude ....... .............. R uth Schmidt i THIRD YEAR HONORS-January, 1937 Summa Cum Laude ...... Magna Cum Laude ...... Patricia Bissell, II Louise Brown, I, II, III Marian Brown, II Marian Butler, II Teresa Cassella, II Pearl Clark, II Marian Conner, II Estelle Cukerbaum, II Rose Costa, I, II Vivian Davidson, II Jane Davis, I Samuel Davy, I, II Jean Dufford fcons.J Kathleen Green, II Janet Hartland, Il Marian Hildebrand fcons.J Marian Huges, I Esther Jacobs fcons.J Josephine Jenkins, II Mabel Johnson, II Robert Jones, I, II, III .........Robert Jones .......Louise Brown OFFICERS Consul Primus .......................,.. Robert Jones Consul Secundus ...................... Samuel Davy Scriba ........................................ Sara Nitsche Quaestor .................... Margaret Mary Maher MEMBERS OF SENATUS ROMANUS Mary Louise Kirkpatrick fcons.J Robert Krempelsfconsj Lois Leddy, II Helen Love, I Theresa Love, II, III Pauline Lynch, II Dorothy Maher, II Margaret Mary Maher, II Ted Marlin, II Louis Martello, II Irwin Master, I Evelyn McMichael, II Leanna Morgan, II Sara Nitsche, II Esther Nowalk, II Oliver Pisor, I Nick Santangelo, II Ruth Schmidt, II, III Doreatha Stewart, II Margaret Stevenson, II Jean Short, III Gertrude Taylor, I Maxine Templeton, II Marjorie Vaughn fconsj Helen Villani, I, II, III Dorothy Wadlinger, I Estelle Waldman Ccons.D Constance Watt, I Warren White, II Kathryn Wilson, I Nell Young, II I-Junior High Tournament Awards. Cons.-"conscripti," members elected by II-Ceasar honors. III-Cicero honors. members of club on recommendation of Latin Department. 11 1 S lil 1 I 'f 1 I El E :T ai. l Ml 5 , I ff' H 'nl will '2- LE CERCLE FRANCAIS The French Club is a select group of superior students organized for the purpose of acquiring greater fluency in spoken French. The bi-weekly programs are conducted in French. This year the club has been divided into groups, each of which plan a program for one of the meetings. The programs this year have included French songs, plays, and various games. These programs help the students to become better acquainted with the French background and customs. OFFICERS President - Program Chairman Club Supervisor THE MEMBERS OF THE CLUB Marion Brown Lenore Christley Estelle Cukerbaum Joan Dobelek Edward Fortney Catherine Genkinger Clara Glenn Margaret Harper Janet Hartland Everett Hoffman Esther Jacobs Mable Johnson Emmy Lou Kleckn er Ruth Klivans Sara Kohn Helen Love Marie McCann Vivian McCallion Dorothy McElroy Elnora Palmer Christina Perrota Janet Payne Miss Ethel Kelley ARE: Barbara Parsons Janet Payne Christina Perrotta Lester Raub Claire Schifman Jean Short Jane Soloman Dorothy Wadlinger Joe Wilk , Lillian Young I l , ,W xx by . . f MU! ' kb-X " l 1 . 3 f' 'wiv' J Q, - . 1 5 .. yr" THE GERMAN CLUB The German Club, composed of members of the advanced German classes, was organized to permit a more detailed study of the German language, to bring about a better acquaintance with German customs, and to give the 'students an opportunity to become familiar with a type of extra-curricular activity which is growing steadily more popular in the colleges and universities. At the club meetings German is the language used, as far as possible. A magazine, "Das Deutsche Echo" is helpful in adding to the knowledge of current affairs and the idiomatic expression of every day life. The programs have been planned to include several musical features. A high spot was a talk by Mr. Rudolf Stadelhofer, who had returned recently from a trip through Germany. The Club also sponsored programs in the junior and senior high schools. THE OFFICERS OF THE CLUB ARE: Praesident - - Joe Lloyd Vize Praesident - - Lenora Preisel Sekretaer - - Charlotte Whiteman Schatzmeister - - Jack Ligo THE MEMBERS OF THE CLUB ARE: Gilbert Colnot Mildred Coryea Charles Coulter Dick Cramer Edys Davenport Hunt Davis Wesley Hite Irene Hromyak Jack Ligo Joe Lloyd Jim Lutton George Madden Evelyn Plumb Leona Preisel Virginia Schmidt Dan Schnebly Wiley Shira Jack Trent Russel Warner Bill Weinshank Charlotte Whiteman Harold Woolway THE STUDENT COUNCIL AND REPRESENTATIVES COUNCIL OFFICERS President - - Ross Bridenbaugh Vice President - Wesley Hite Secretary - Janet Hartland E Treasurer - - - John Henderson Assistant Secretary - Katherine Boya ' COUNCIL MEMBERS SENIOR A--Emmy Lou Weir, Wesley Hite, Ross Bridenbaugh, Janet Hartland. l N SENIOR B-Katherine Boya, John Henderson, Pauline Lynch, Martin 1 Kolar. ' JUNIOR A-Vera Patton, Richard Gilmore, Mary Campbell. JUNIOR B-Sam Davy, Bill Bissell, Dorothy Brest. SOPHOMORE A--Emma Schuller, Bill Rowland. THE SERVICE SQUAD CAPTAINS Library Squad - - Leah Davis, Harvey Jokinen Announcement Squad - - - -Q - James Cavill Bulletin Board - - Norma Jean Syling, Ware Pfeiffer Ushers - - - Willis Raney, Ben Jenkins Equipment - - - Carmine DeLorenzo School Grounds - Wesley Hite Pre-Session - - - - Fred Freese Hall Patrols and Monitors - - George Weiker Assembly - - - Group 1 Charles Mort Group 2 George Large Lunch Room - - - Ralph Johns K THE GIRLS' RIFLE CLUB President - - Helen Tackenberg Vice President - - Mary .Lou Fulkerson Secretary - Marjorie Collingwood Treasurer - ---- Gail Warnock Faculty Advisors - - Miss Geraldine Turk, Mr. William Klee Instructor - ----- Robert Houk Publicity Chairman - - Sally Wilson S .,..'n.n Z., A fi? X Eff I W 'I jj '. :'f3 f K 0, 5 I . ... - ' 3 ,nf . 'Q' 1 mod!! XQSXS ' -5- .. .lil IZ GVHNH ' W ' f f gf. ,QQ I! 5 , 4 W' I J? X Xzvx.: ,Kyiv X' f , l bi. " .Q il P 'fb - f 'f Q r 5 ' I I- X' Q Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 5 '5E'.f.f'.-IQ: -.'- ' , 4' 'lf 4 M x j V4 XX .l ! , IK! 4 X4 ,nmfnt l M. If f I N i L Hu nu , ,, : --A ,,.,, . ,,. im .,.,,::.. .. - .... .-::... f":. ...mg --------- :: :,-vv- S l , t - 'i A AJR J w l x .H-.,: NX if i ' ' EJT JACK LIGO BERNARD TAVOLIERI PAUL RUMBAUGH GILBERT COLNOT EDWARD CAMPBELL ESTELLE CUKERBAUM JAMES CAVILL BETTY HULME V, A I ROSS BRIDENBAUGH BILL CHIP MARY MCLAUGHLIN BEATRICE SANDLER "A PAIR OF SlXES" On Friday night, April ninth, the dramatics class, under the super- vision of Miss Clara M. Hartsuff, presented "A Pair of Sixes," written by Edward Peple. Because of its well selected cast and its 'two packed houses, this three act comedy will always be remembered as one of high school's best plays. The two business partners, T. Boggs Johns Uames Cavillj and George B. Nettleton fJack Ligoj always have their office in an uproar because of their disagreements. Each claimed that he was the boss of the firm. In their office many quarrels took place involving their steno- grapher CBetty Jane Hulmej, their bookkeeper QBernard Tavolieril, and their Irish office boy fEd. Campbelly. Their most powerful salesman fBill Chipl lands a large order with Mr. Sammy Applegate CGilbert Colnotj. When Applegate comes to fill out the order, the partners drive him out with their arguments. Not able to stand this any longer, they call in their lawyer, Mr. Vanderholt fPaul Rumbaughj to dissolve their partnership. The lawyer does this in a scheming way by dealing a game of poker, making sure that Nettleton wins. Nettleton Wins with a pair of sixes, and, as the contract states, Boggs must become the butler to Nettleton for one year and give up his interests in the Eureka Digestive Pill Co. Then, too, he must tell no one, not even his fiancee, Florence Cole fEstelle Cukerbaumj. If he does so, he loses 35,000 cash.. We find Boggs in the Nettleton household as a butler. Coddles, fBeatrice Jeanne Sandlerj the English maid, believes herself to be in love with Boggs but Boggs sweeps her out of his path. Mrs. Nettleton fMary McLaughlinJ, the hysterical wife of Nettleton comes home one evening to find a telegram from Florence Cole who is coming to visit them. When Florence Cole comes, she finds her sweetheart here as a butler, and demands an explanation. But no one can tell her for fear of losing S5,000. When Boggs refuses to tell her, she breaks off their engagement. But Mr. Vanderholt, also in love with Miss Cole, gives in and tells her the entire story. After Miss Cole learns about the trick, she begins to lay her plans. Her ideas work out perfectly. Mrs. Nettleton, thinking her husband is in love with someone else because of the perfume she finds on George's coat sleeve, wants a divorce. But this she does not obtain, for Miss Cole tells them that the contract is illegal. Therefore, Boggs is free and renews his engagement with Miss Cole. JAMES CAVILL GILBERT COLNOT MARY CONRAD X GEORGE LARGE DENNIS ALLSHOUSE MARY McLAUGHL-IN ESTELLE CUKERBAUM JACK LIGO BETTY WOODRING ELIZABETH SLAVER "SKIDDING" Thursday, May 20, was the eventful date of the Senior Class Play, "Skidding", a three act comedy by Aurania Rouveral. "Skidding" opens with Judge Hardy's fGilbert Colnotj seemingly unsuccessful campaign for renomination. Marion fElizabeth Slaverl, youngest daughter of the family, returns from college and announces her engagement to Wayne Trenton CDennis Allshousel. Mrs. Hardy fMary McLaughlinj, one of these kind, motherly souls who, fortunately, doesn't know the difference between nomination and election, is startled to learn that Marion has her heart set on a political career. She is quite in sympathy with Wayne who believes that a woman's place is in the home. Aunt Milly QBetty Woodringj, is Marion's stanchest ally. In spite of Stubbins fJack Ligoj, his campaign manager, Judge Hardy fears he will lose the nomination. At this point, Marion delivers an overwhelmingly good speech to a crowd of voters. Then she promises Wayne to give up her career and to marry him soon. Things move smoothly for a day or so. In fact, the only excitement is that caused by Andy fJames C. Cavillj, the young son of the family, who suddenly discovers the attractions of the opposite sex. Then the storm breaks! Almost simultaneously, the two married Hardy girls, Estelle CEstelle Cukerbaumj and Myra fMary Conradj come 'ihome to mother," and Marion, who has a chance to run for State Legis- lature, breaks her engagement! Clever Mrs. Hardy decides to teach her annoying family a lesson. She scolds the Judge, Myra, Estelle, and Marion. Then she leaves! For three weeks positive chaos in the house is prevented only by Aunt Milly. However, Mrs. Hardy returns just when she is most needed -and then starts the beginning of the end. 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C. Reserve Basketball 110-115 HAZEL COULTER Shorthand Awards 11 15 Perfect Attendance 11 05 Monitor 1105 ETHEL COWLES Girl Reserves 11 0-1 1-125 Class Basketball 110-115 Class Volley Ball 110-115 Inspection Squad 11 0-1 1-125 Gym Exhibition 110-1 15 Monitor 11 O5 Etiquette Club 1125 Leaders' Club 1125 l 1 l KATHERINE CLARK TOM CRAMER Leaders, Club 1127 National Contest 111-125 Girl Reserves 1 DOROTHY CLINGAN 1 Leaders' Club 1125 Etiquette Club 1125 Student Council 1105 Band Drum-major 110-11-125 Orchestra 1,110-1L5,,,, ,K Monitor 111-125 Junior Kiwanian 1125 Perfect Attendance 110-11-125 ANNA CUBBAL i GILBERT COLNOT Student Representative 1125 National Contest 110-115 German Club 111-125 School Play, "A Pair of Sixesn 1125 Monitor 1105 Orchestra 111-125 Band 110-115 Perfect Attendance 1125 All State Orchestra 1125 Junior Kiwanian 1125 "Skidding" 1125 EST Home Economics 110-1 1-125 ELLE CUKERBAUM French Club 1125 Latin Senate 110-11-125 Monitor 1125 "Seven Chances" 1125 "A Pair of Sixers" 1125 Sub-treasurer 1125 Etiquette Club 1125 Leaders' Club 1125 Girl Reserves 1105 "Skidding" 1125 PfHiILLIP CRANE Student Representative 1101 Monitor 110-111 Class Basketball 1101 Perfect Attendance 1111 Announcement Squad 1111 JANE CWYNAR Etiquette Club 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 Girl Reserves 1121 Assistant Squad Leader 1121 ADELE DABROWSKI Shorthand Awards 1111 FLORA DALTORIO Perfect Attendance 1101 VIVIAN DAVIDSON Perfect Attendance 110-11-121 Senatus Romanus 110-11-121 HUNT DAVIS German Club 1121 Student Representative 1111 Band 110-11-121 State Contest 1111 Pre-session Squad 1111 LEAH DAVIS Sub-Treasurer 1111 Monitor 1111 Perfect Attendance 110-11-121 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Girl Reserve Cabinet 110-111 Girl Reserve Secretary 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 Squad Leader 111-121 Student Council 1111 Student Council Secretary 1111 Library Squad 1121 Library Squad Captain 1121 Inspection Squad RICHARD C. DAVIS Monitor 1111 Wrestling 111-121 Class Basketball 1121 RICHARD I. DAVIS Monitor Dismissal Squad Perfect Attendance Class Basketball LOUISE DAVIS Perfect Attendance 1121 ERMENIA DeCARBO Gym Exhibition 1101 Class Basketball 110-11-121 Class Volley Ball 1121 Class Newcomb 1111 Squad Leader 111-121 Monitor 1101 Etiquette Club 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 PAULINE DeCARBO Perfect Attendance 11 0-1 1-1 JEANNE DeLILLO Girl Reserves 1101 Shorthand Awards 1111 Dismissal Squad 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 Etiquette Club 1121 STANLEY DERZYPOLSKI Golf 110-11-121 ELMER DONALDSON Library Squad 1111 Perfect Attendance 1101 JAMES DONNELLY Inspection Squad 1111 Monitor 111-121 Pre-Session Squad 1121 Office Squad 1121 BOB DOONAN Office Squad 1121 VIRGINIA DOONE Girl Reserves 110-111 Class Basketball 1101 Perfect Attendance 1101 Shorthand Awards 111-121 Etiquette Club 1121 Leaders' Club 111-121 ELEANOR DOUBLE Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Leaders' Club 1121 Etiquette Club 1121 Perfect Attendance 11 O-1 1- Inspection Squad 1111 Gym Exhibition 1101 21 121 VANCE DUFFORD Orchestra Contest 1111 Violin Solo Contest City, County, District and State 1111 DOROTHY DUTE Perfect Attendance 1101 Girl Reserves 1121 Etiquette Club 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 Gym Exhibition 1101 Dismissal Squad 1121 JAMES ECKELBERGER Class Basketball 1101 Monitor 110-111 Leaders' Club 1121 VIVIAN ELAM Perfect Attendance 1101 Monitor 1101 Class Basketball 1101 Shorthand Awards 1111 LaVERGNE EVANS Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Basketball 110-11-121 Volley Ball 110-111 Newcomb 110-111 Squad Leader 110-11-121 Gym Exhibition 1101 WALTER FABIAN Band 11 11 Monitor 1121 Shorthand Awards 11 11 Track 111-121 KENNETH FARVER Music Contests State Band Contest 1101 Sectional and State 1121 Perfect Attendance 110-11-121 Monitor 110-11-121 O Band 110-111 Usher 111-121 Ground Squad 110-11-121 "Lelawala" 1111 "Tune In" 1121 MARY FELIX Perfect Attendance Etiquette Club 1121 Filing Awards Shorthand Awards CLARA FAZZONE Shorthand Awards 1111 Perfect Attendance Etiquette Club 1121 JIM FORD ' Band 110-11-121 Orchestra 1121 State Contest 110-111 RUTH FRALEY Etiquette Club 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 FRED FREESE Monitor 1111 Grounds and Building Squad 111- Pre-Session Squad 1121, Captain Lincoln Hi-Y 1111 Senior Hi-Y 1121 Junior Varsity Football111-121 Wrestling Team 1121 ' Perfect Attendance 110-11-121 Announcement Squad 1121 DOROTHY FREY "Lelawala" 1111 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Cabinet 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 State Forensic Contest 1111 DICK GARDNER Monitor Band 111-121 Orchestra 1111 Shorthand Awards President of Junior Class Perfect Attendance 110-111 JOSEBHA GEBBIA Hall Monitor 110-111 Lunch Room Squad 1121 CATHERINE GENKINGER Girl Reserves 1121 Assistant Librarian 1121 French Club 1121 Perfect Attendance 1121 VERNA GIBSON Perfect Attendance 110-11-121 WALDA GRALA Shorthand Awards 110-111 121 JOE GILL Senior Hi-Y 111-125 Monitor 1115 Dismissal Squad 1105 Leaders' Club 1125 VICTOR GUIDO Monitor 111-125 Basketball 11 1-125 EMMA GUNTHER Shorthand Awards 1115 Perfect Attendance 11 0-1 1-125 THELMA GWIN Class Basketball 11 O-1 1- 1 25 Volley Ball 110-1 15 Squad Leader 110-11-125 Perfect Attendance 110-1 15 Class Representative '11 15 Shorthand Awards 11 15 Gym Exhibition 1105 Basketball Coach 1125 Leaders' Club 1125 Etiquette Club 1125 JEAN HAMILTON Leaders' Club 1125 Girl Reserves 110-11-125 Etiquette Club 1125 Dismissal Squad 1115 FRED HARDING Usher Leaders' Club 1125 Rifle Club 1125 Monitor MARGARET HARPER French Club 1125 Girl Reserves 110-11-125 Etiquette Club 1125 Leaders' Club 1125 Rifle Club 1125 JANET HARTLAND May Queen 1125 Squad Leader 110-11-125 French Club 1125 Senatus Romanus 111-125 Monitor Squad 111-125 Library Squad 1125 Class Basketball 1125 Class Volley Ball 111-125 ANNE HASULAK "Lelawalla" 1115 "Tune In" 1125 Library Squad Gym Exhibition 1105 Etiquette Club 1125 Leaders' Club 1125 Dismissal Squad 1105 Class Newcomb 1105 Class VolleyBall 110-115 BETTE HEATH Girl Reserves 110-11-125 Leaders' Club 1125 HARRIET HEMPILL Class Basketball 1105 Class Volley Ball 1125 "Lelawala" 1115 "Tune In" 1125 Library Squad 111-125 Etiquette Club 1125 Leaders' Club 1125 Lunch Room Squad 110-115 JOHN HIGGINS Junior Varsity Football 111-125 Class Basketball 111-125 Ne-Ca-Hi Stai 1125 News Reporter 1125 Usher 1115 Library Squad 1125 Hi-Y 111-125 Leaders' Club 1125 Etiquette Club 1125 NANCY HILL 4 Girl Reserves 110-1 1-125 VERN HIMEBAUGH Office Squad 1105 Monitor 111-125 H. WESLEY HITE Monitor 110-11-125 Monitor Captain 1125 Usher 111-125 Perfect Attendance 1115 Captain Building and Grounds Squad 111-125 Student Representative 1115 Hi-Y 110-11-125 Vice President of Hi-Y 1125 Vice President of Student Council 1125 Student Council Secretary 111-125 German Club 1125 Girl Reserves 11 0-1 1-125 Leaders' Club 11 25 Girl Reserves Secretary 1115 Class Basketball 1115 'ff ill Il N1 1, 111 1 lvl 11.1 Ha' ' l l 1 1'- 15' FLORENCE HITCHEN PEG JENNINGS Student Representative 1105 Shorthand Awards 110-115 Filing Awards 1125 Perfect Attendance 1125 Leaders' Club 1125 MARJORIE HOWARD Perfect Attendance 11 O-1 15 Shorthand Awards 11 0- 1 15 Leaders' Club 1125 Girl Reserves 1125 JAMES ICKES Perfect Attendance 1105 Usher 1125 Building' and Ground Squad Monitor 1125 Leaders' Club Etiquette Club 1125 ANTOINETTE ISABELLA Student Representative 11 0 5 Leaders' Club 1125 Etiquette Club 1125 Monitor 1115 Class Volley Ball 1125 Class Basketball 1115 Gym Exhibition 1105 HUMBERT ISABELLA Perfect Attendance 11 15 Monitor 1125 BEN JENKINS Senior I-Ii-Y 1125 Leaders' Club 1125 Inspection Squad 1125 Cheer Leader 111-125 Monitor 110-115 Music Contest 1125 Usher 111-125 Class Representative 1115 Perfect Attendance 1115 JO SEPHINE JENKINS Senatus Roma nus 11 1-1 25 "Lelawala" 1115 Music Contest 1125 Leaders' Club 1125 FRED JOHNS Monitor Music Contest Band Orchestra Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 Girl Reserves 110-11-125 Editor Girl Reserves Newspaper Treasurer of Girl Reserves 1125 Girl Reserve Cabinet 111-125 Student Representative 111-125 Class Basketball 110-115 Class Volley Ball 1125 Class Newcomb 1115 Perfect Attendance 110-11-125 Monitor 110-11-125 Gym Exhibition 1105 Etiquette Club 1125 Leaders' Club 1125 JACK JONES 111-125 "Seven Chances" 1125 Perfect Attendance 110-11-125 HARVEY JOKINEN Varsity Football 110-11-125 Track 1115 Monitor 111-125 Class Basketball 110-115 Library Squad 1125 Leaders' Club 1125 TONY JOSEPH Monitor Lunch Room Squad JOE KENEHAN Monitor 110-115 Captain of Monitors 1115 Hi-Y 1125 VIVIAN KENNA Squad Leader 110-11-125 Girl Reserves 111-125 Volley Ball 1115 Perfect Attendance 1115 Shorthand Awards 110-115 Leaders Club 1125 DORIS KIEFER Monitor 1105 Captain of Class Basketball Gym Exhibition 1105 Leaders' Club 1125 Etiquette Club 1125 Girl Reserves 1115 LORRAINE KILBREATNH Girl Reserves 110-11-125 Perfect Attendance 1105 Leaders' Club 1125 Etiquette Club 1125 112 THELMA KIENAST Girl Reserves 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 Etiquette Club 1121 Shorthand Awards 11 0-1 11 Inspection Squad 1111 Dismissal Squad 1121 WILLARD KIMMEL Usher 110-11-121 Hi-Y 111-121 Junior Varsity Football 1111 Class Basketball 110-121 Track 110-111 Art Staif 1121 Monitor 1111 Horn Quartette 1111 Band 1101 Orchestra 1111 MARY LOUISE KIRKPATRICK Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 Senatus Romanus 1121 Girl Reserves 1121 Girl Reserves Cabinet',1121 Orchestra 1101 Music Contest 1101 ' "Tune In" ED KIROL Assembly Squad 1111 Art StaE DOROTHY KLECKNER Q Orchestra 110-11-121 Band 1121 Contests: National 1101 State 1111 RUTH KLIVANS Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 "Seven Chances" 1121 News Reporter 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 French Club 1121 Assistant Captain Dismissal Squad Girl Reserves 110-111 FLORENCE KRESOWATY Leaders' Club 1121 Etiquette Club 1121 GEORGE LARGE Captain Assembly 1111 Hall Patrol 110-11-121 Leaders' Club 1121 "Skidding" 1121 LAURA BELLE LEWIS Library Squad 110-11-121 Etiquette Club 1121 JACK LIGO JOE Band 111-121 "Lelawala" 1111 "Tune In" 1121 "A Pair of SiXes" 1121 Announcement Squad 111-1 Forensic Contest 1121 German Club 1121 Post Session Squad 1111 "Skidding" 1121 LLOYD Ne-Ca-Hi Stai 1121 Hi-Y 111-121 Perfect Attendance 1111 German Club 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 Inspection Squad 1111 BERNICE LOBAZA Perfect Attendance 110-121 Etiquette Club 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 Shorthand Awards 1111 REVA LOVE Library Staff Girl Reserves THERESA LOVE Girl Reserves Senatus Romanus JEAN LOVERIDGE Girl Reserves 110-111 Monitor 1111 Class Basketball 1101 Squad Leader 110-11-121 Etiquette Club 1121 Gym Exhibition 1101 Shorthand Awards 1111 THOMAS LYNGH LEO' LENHERR Leaders' Club 1121 Etiquette Club 1121 Office Squad 1121 Class Basketball 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 Hall Monitor Office Squad Perfect Attendance 1111 1 MARY IRENE MCCONAHY MARY NICKUM Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Class Basketball 1111 Perfect Attendance 110-11-121 Shorthand Awards 1111 Home Economics Club 110-11-121 Leaders' Club 1121 Etiquette Club 1121 Leaders Club 1121 LaGENE MCINTIRE Etiquette Club 1121 Home Economics Club 1101 CECILIA McGRATH Etiquette Club 1121 EVELYN MacIVOR Tune In 1121 Chorus 1121 MARY McLAUGHLIN Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Etiquette Club 1121 Leaders Club 1121 I Skidding 1121 EVELYN MCMICHAEL Girl Reserves 111-121 Inspection Squad 1111 Senatus Romanus Chorus Hall Monitor 1101 MIKE NADER Student Representative 1101 Hi-Y 111-121 Hall Monitor MARGARET NAPLES Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 Squad Leader 1121 Shorthand Awards 1111 Etiquette Club 1121 Leaders Club 1121 File Certificate 1121 FLORENCE NICHOLLS Perfect Attendance 11 0-1 21 Etiquette Club 1111 Shorthand Avsards 1121 "A Pair of SiXes" 1121 DEAN NICOPOLIS Senior Hi-Y 111-121 Class Basketball 1121 Hall Monitor 110-11-121 ' Usher 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 Varsity Wrestling 1121 CLARA NIEMCZYK Squad Leader 111-121 Class Basketball 1121 Class Volley Ball 1121 Shorthand Awards 1111 Gym Exhibition 1101 SARA NITSCHE Squad Leader 111-121 "Lelawala" 1111 "Tune In" 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi StaH 1121 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Girl Reserve Cabinet 1121 Music Contest 1121 Senatus Romanus 111-121 Scriba 1121 Perfect Attendance 11 0-1 11 FILBERT NOCERA Student Representative 1121 Class Basketball 110-111 Football 110-111 Varsity Football 1111 Monitor 111-121 Cheerleader 1121 Coach of Junior Varsity 1121 Track 1101 DUANE NOLDER Monitor 11 11 PAUL ONICKA Student Council 1101 Orchestra 11 0-1 11 Music Contest 110-111 Latin Senate 11 11 ELIZABETH ORLANDO Gym Exhibition 1111 Dismissal Squad 1121 Etiquette Club 1121 Volley Ball 1121 Shorthand Awards 1111 Perfect Attendance 1101 EDDIE OSTROSKY Varsity Football 11 0-1 11 Varsity Basketball 110-111 Coach of Junior Football Varsity 1121 Coach of Basketball 111-121 SADIE OTHITES Shorthand Awards 1115 ANNE PALCO Perfect Attendance 110-115 Etiquette Club 1125 MARGARET PANDER Girl Reserves 1125 KATHRYN PARFITT Ne-Ca-1H'i Staf 1125 Girl Reserves 111-125 Perfect Attendance 1105 Shorthand Awards 1115 Filing Certificate 1125 Hall Monitor 1105 News Reporter 111-125 Girl Reserve Newspaper 1125 J EANNE PARKER Girl Reserves 110-11-125 Girl Reserve Cabinet 1125 Leaders' Club 1125 Etiquette Club 1125 RUSSELL PATTERSON Monitor 1125 RUTH PATTERSON Student Representative 1105 Girl Reserves 110-11-125 STANLEY PATTERSON Rifle Team 1125 Grove City High School 1105 Class Basketball 1105 Hall Patrol 1105 PEG PATTISON Girl Reserves 1125 BILL PATTISON Hi-Y 110-11-125 Usher 111-125 Class Basketball 110-115 Monitor 110-115 Inspection Squad 1115 Leaders' Club 1125 FLORENCE PETERSON Girl Reserves 1125 LUCY PIZZITOLA Assistant Librarian 1125 Etiquette Club 1125 Leaders Club 1125 EVELYN PLUM Music Contests 110-115 Perfect Attendance 110-11-125 Band 110-11-125 Orchestra 1105 German Club 1125 JOE PROCTOR Hi-Y Club 1125 Music Contest 1125 Class Representative 111-125 "Tune In" 1125 JOE PRZYBYLSKI Monitor 11 15 WILLIAM QUINBY Monitor 1105 Assembly Squad 111-125 Usher Squad 1115 DOROTHEA RAMSEY Perfect Attendance 1105 WILLIS RANEY Hi-Y Club 110-11-125 Hall Monitor 110-11-125 Captain Usher 110-11-125 Captain of Ushers 1125 Lunch Room Squad 1125 Leaders' Club 1125 Etiquette Club 1125 Student Representative 1105 Grounds Squad 1115 Perfect Attendance 1115 C. B. RANDALL Monitor 11 15 Assembly Squad 1125 German Club 11 1-125 Leaders' Club 1125 CAROL RANSOM Student Council 1105 Junior Varsity Football 111-125 , Varsity Wrestling 11 25 Mfmltof fl D Student Representative 1105 ARMENIA PAVIA Etiquette Club 1125 PAULINE PELUSO Gym Exhibition 1105 Etiquette Club 1115 Girl Reserves 111-125 Girl Reserves Cabinet 1125 Bus. Mgr. of Girl Reserve Newspaper 1125 Etiquette Club 1125 Leaders' Club 1125 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 Assistant Librarian 1125 Junior Orchestra 1105 LESTER RAUB President of Washington Hi-Y 1101 Lincoln Hi-Y 1111 Library Squad 1121 Monitor 1121 Assembly Squad 1111 French Club 1121 Perfect Attendance 111-121 BERNADINE REIDER Girl Reserves 11 11 Etiquette Club 1121 ALICE REYNOLDS Assistant Librarian 1121 Monitor 1101 ELBA REYNOLDS Art Staf 1101 Shorthand Awards 1111 Etiquette Club 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 Monitor 1101 FRED RILEY Student Representative 1101 Class Basketball 1121 Monitor 111-121 Sectional Chorus 1121 State Chorus 1121 "Lelawala" 1111 "Tune In" 1121 HARVEY RILEY Monitor 110-111 Class Basketball 110-11-121 MARGARET ROBINSON Art Club 1101 Perfect Attendance 111-121 Shorthand Awards 1111 Monitor 1101 Etiquette Club 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 YOLANDA RULLY Shorthand Awards 11 11 Perfect Attendance 1121 Filing Award 1121 SAM SAFIER Inspection Squad 1111 Lincoln Hi-Y 110-11-121 Monitor 110-111 RUTH SCHMIDT Perfect Attendance 1101 Latin Senate 111-121 NICK SANTANGELO Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 Senatus Romanus 111-121 Assembly Squad 1111 Building and Ground Squad 111 Perfect Attendance 110-121 Usher 1121 ARTHUR SHAFFER Monitor 1121 Etiquette Club 1121 WILLIAM SHAFFER Etiquette Club 1111 Monitor 1121 RUTH SHANNON Student Representative 110-111 Perfect Attendance 1101 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Class Secretary 1121 Squad Leader JEAN SHORT Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Class Basketball 1121 Assistant Librarian 11 1-1 21 Senatus Romanus 1121 Squad Leader 1121 French Club 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 Etiquette Club 1121 Girl Reserves Cabinet 110-121 ELDON SICKELS Rifle Club 1121 CECELIA SKYCZYNSKI Perfect Attendance 1101 Shorthand Awards 1111 ELIZABETH SLAVER Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Sub-Treasurer 1121 Class Representative 1121 "Seven Chances" 1121 "Skidding" 1121 MADELINE SMARRELLI Leaders' Club 1121 Etiquette Club 1121 MAY M. SMITH "Lelawala" 1111 Girl Reserves 111-121 Basketball 110-11-121 Class Volley Ball 110-111 Etiquette Club 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 "Tune In" 1121 JUNE SMITH A JUNE TRAVERS ' Girl Reserves 110-111 Monitor 1101 Shorthand Awards 1111 Gym Exhibition 1101 Lunch Room Squad 1121 Etiquette Club 1121 Inspection Squad 1111 Class Basketball 1101 JANE SOLOMON Class Volley Ball 1101 Sub-Treasurer of Class Girl Reserves 1121 French Club 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 "Lelawala" 1111 PAULINE STARKE Ne-Ca-Hi Staif 1121 Girl Reserves 111-121 Squad Leader 111-121 Gym Exhibition 1101 1121 Class Basketball 11 0-1 1-1 21 Class Volley Ball 11 0-1 11 "Lelawala" 1111 "Tune In" 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 HELENE TACKENBERG Girl Reserves 110-1 1-121 President of Rifle Club 1121 Gym Exhibition 1101 Etiquette Club 1121 ERMA TANNER Hall Monitor 1101 Lunch Room Squad 1121 ERNEST TARTLER Art Staff 1121 Monitor 1121 Shorthand Awards 1111 BERNARD TAVOLIERI Lunch Room Squad 1101 Hall Patrol 1111 Pre-Session Squad 11 21 Usher 1121 Rifle Club 1121 "A Pair of Sixes" 1121 GERTRUDE TAYLOR Senatus Romanus 110-11-121 Perfect Attendance 1101 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 WILBUR TAYLOR Shorthand Awards 1111 French Club 111-121 French Club Officer 1111 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Girl Reserves Cabinet 1121 Library Squad 1121 Monitor Squad 1101 Leaders' Club 1111 Etiquette Club 1111 Forensic Contest 1121 JACK TRENT Ground Squad 1121 Pre-Session Squad 111-121 Ne-Ca-Hi StaE 1121 German Club 111-121 Usher 111-121 Announcement Squad 1121 LEONARD TURCO Basketball Captain of Hall Patrols Pre-Session Squad ELDRED UBRY Perfect Attendance 110-11- Shorthand Awards 1111 Filing' Awards Hall Monitor 1111 Hall Monitor Captain 1121 MARJORIE VAUGHN Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Girl Reserve Cabinet 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 Senatus Romanus 1121 "Seven Chances" 1121 Announcement Squad 111-121 Student Representative 1121 Forensic Contest 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 Gym Exhibition 1101 THOMAS VALLELY Lincoln Hi-Y 1111 Shorthand Awards 1121 HELEN VILLANI Senatus Romanus 110-11-121 Girl Reserves 1121 Leaders' Club 1121 Etiquette Club 1121 Perfect Attendance 110-11-121 JAMES' WAGNER Rifle Club 1121 JOHN WASILIN Library Assistant 111-121 Monitor 1121 EVELYN WARWICK Class Basketball 1105 Monitor 1105 Inspection Squad 1115 Gym Exhibition 1105 Etiquette Club 1125 Perfect Attendance 1125 ROBERT WATKINS Monitor Squad 110-125 Monitor Squad Captain 1125 Senior Hi-Y 1125 Varsity Basketball 1105 Junior Varsity Basketball 111-125 GEORGE WEIKER Usher 1105 Hall Patrol 110-115 Captain of all ,Hlall Patrols 1125 Senior Hi-Y 110-11-125 BILL WEINSCHENK Class Basketball 1105 Class Volley Ball 1105 Monitor 110-115 German Club 111-125 Usher 110-11-125 Track 110-115 Assembly Squad 1115 EMILY LOU WEIR Etiquette Club 1125 Leaders' Club 1125 Perfect Attendance 1105 Student Council 1125 Student Representative 1105 Girl Reserves 110-11-125 Girl Reserves Cabinet 110-11-125 Girl Reserves Vice President 1125 GERALDINE WEISBAKER Girl Reserves 110-115 A Shorthand Awards 111-125 Class Basketball 1105 GAYNELL WELLER Etiquette Club 1115 Perfect Attendance 1125 Shorthand Awards 111-125 CHARLOTTE WHITEMAN Perfect Attendance 1105 Girl Reserves 110-11-125 Girl Reserves Vice President 1115 Girl Reserves Cabinet 110-11-125 Squad Leader 110-11-125 German Club 1125 Leaders' Club 1125 Etiquette Club 1125 Class Officer 1125 JOE WILK Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 Student Representative 1115 Perfect Attendance 111-125 Monitor 110-125 Latin Senate 111-125 Usher 1125 French Club 1125 Assembly Squad 1115 ROBERT WILKISON Monitor 1125 Assembly Squad 1125 JEAN ELLEN WILLIAMS Etiquette Club 111-125 Leaders' Club 1125 Perfect Attendance 1125 Lunch Room Squad 111-125 JACK WILSON Monitor 1105 Perfect Attendance 110-11-125 DICK WINGER Usher 111-125 Dismissal Squad 1115 Leaders Club 1125 Monitor 1125 Attendance Squad 1115 Hall Patrol Captain 1125 ' ESTHER WOLFE Gym Exhibition 1105 Monitor 1115 Etiquette Club 1125 BETTY WOODRING Lunch Room Squad 1105 Perfect Attendance 1115 Art Staff 1125 Leaders Club 1125 Etiquette Club 1125 Bulletin Board Squad 1125 "Skidding" 1125 GEORGE YEE Student Council 1105 Lunch Room Squad 1115 ' Monitor 1125 ELEANOR WESTER Shorthand Awards 1125 VIOLA WHITE Shorthand Awards 1115 Perfect Attendance 110-11-125 Girl Reserves 111-125 ' o HUNUIQ ij,d,1 'T I 'i lx 1 in, fl ill H I A Fl I I r I r I I 1 li gi I TO YOU! The world is old, yet likes to laugh, New jokes are hard to findg A whole new editorial staff Can't tickle every mindg So if you see some ancient tale Decked out in modern guise Don't frown and say, "Why, that joke's stale," Just laugh-don't be too wise! .iii-O .. CATALOGUE Freshmen ........... ............. I rresponsible CAren't we all?J Sophomores .......... ............. I rrepressible CYou're telling us? ? HJ Juniors ................. ............, I rresistible QOh yeahlj Seniors ............. ...................... I rreproachable CThat's uslj -.. OT ESSAYS THAT WOULD INTEREST On Chewing Gum ............ ....... ........ E s telle Cukerbaum On Fords .......................................... . ........ Frank Annecillo On Telephone Flirtations ......... ........ R uthie Klivans On Inferiority Complexes ......... ..................... J ean P. Short On Telling Stories ........................................ ......... H arriett Hemphill On Heart-Breaking ........................................... ........ M ary Conrad On Discouraging Hero Worshipers ........ On the Injustices of Humanity ............. On Sit-D own Strikers ....... ......................... On How to Hold a Man ................ On Being a Senior "A" .... On Playing a Trombone ....... On Being an Actress .......... On Keeping Quiet ............ ......... On Being a Salesman ..................................................... i George Adams Edwina Connery Bill Chip Marjorie Vaughn May Smith Tom Cramer Ethel Cowles Eleanore Double Dick Winger Miss Weinschenk CEconomics:-"Many students are like coiee- 98'k of the active ingredient has been removed from the bean." l10i-. Bill Fraley:-"What do you think of my argument?" Mr. Brown :-"It was sound, very sound-in fact there was nothing but sound." . TLiO Miss Dinsmore:-"If you were to be flogged, what would that be ? " Class :-"Corporal Punishment." Miss Dinsmore:--"But if you were to be beheaded?" Leonard Turko:-"That would be capital." Ruth Schmidt went to the drug store for some pills. Druggist :-"Anti-biliouts? " Ruth :-"No, it's my uncle." . 1-O Mrs. Taylor Ccafeteriahz-"What part of the chicken do you want?" Bob Watkins :-"Some of the meat, please." Ti11O Gilbert Colnot CWhile dissecting a snake in Biologyb :-"I'm more afraid of a snake than a woman." L-T1O Chuck Randall:-"Here boy, I want some gasoline and please get a move on! You'll never get anywhere in the world unless you push. Push is essential. VVhen I was young, I pushed and that got me where I am." Kenneth Farver:-"VVell, Mister, I reckon you'll have to push again, 'cause I ain't got a drop of gas in the place." l.i0i ...-. Members of the High School Chorus wanted to sing in grand opera, and were heard in an audition by a German Professor. After hearing a few bars, he slammed down the cover and refused to continue. A representative from the Chorus asked:- "What's the matter-don't you like our singing?" Then the professor replied:- "Der trouble with your singing is dot Vedder I play on der vite keys, or der plack ones, you sing in der cracks." . i, "Those chickens," explained the mother at the exhibition to her little daughter, "were hatched in an incubator." Reva Love :-"Oh, mother, don't they look real?" . -T-Ol Lee Lenherr:-"Do you stand back of every statement you make in your newspaper?" Jack Higgins Ccountry editorl :-"Why, er-yes." Lee Lenherr:-"Very well, then, I wish you would help me collect my life insurance, your paper said I was dead." . O. Jim Barr :-"How are you getting along in school?" Willis Raney:-"Oh, pretty well, thanks. I'm trying awfully hard to get ahead." Jim Barr :-"That's good. You need one." l .O..11 Laura Belle Lewis :-"Mr. Gardner, did you once have hair like snow?" ' Mr. Gardner :-"Yes, why." Laura Belle :-"Well, who shoveled it off?" SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS "Envy the Dog" "Dramatic UD Grins" "Smug" "Th' ld d A A lngviigliuiiu 0 1'Three Thespiansu "Pair of Queens" ash ho es She,S Ch,c,, "Great oaks from little "Where are Clyde and e 1 p acorns grow" Tommy?" "Clowning in a churchyard" "Top o' the town" "Sunshine" . -0-1 IN THE EDITOR'S MAIL Dear Editor: S Please remember as poor insignificant insect and don't put any silly jokes about me in the annual. Yours with respect, JAMES C. CAVELL, Esq. Answer :-Always willing to oblige an inferiority ??? complex, Jim! Dear Editor: Please caution the managers of-school dances to refrain from mentioning to Miss Rhodes what a fine recreation hall the main halls make. Signed, SENIOR A CLASS. A My dear Editor: Please tell a young financier what kind of bonds make the most risky speculation. Yours truly, DICK GARDNER. Answer :-The bonds of matrimony-so beware! Mr. Editor: ' Kindly give me a good definition of oratory. Sincerely, JEAN P. SHORT, Answer :-We quote from a noted professor :-"If a man says 'black and white'g that's foolishnessg but if he says 'black and white' and pounds the table-that is oratory!" s 1 1 1 W 159 iim ll l l 5 I WANTED 5-:L p Edwina Connery ........ ........ S ome one to serve my time l Frank Gerould ................ ................... T hree lunch periods LW I Charlotte Whiteman ........ .....,. M ore and more dues 1 Teachers ................................ ................................................... B etter students ii li Students ............................ ....................................................... B etter teachers Mr. Orth ............................................................ A cure for Friday afternoon illness .I I . Student Body ......,......................................... Upholstered seats in the auditorium x Miss Calvin ...... Young Americans immune to puppy love and spring fever Gilbert Colnot ................ .............. F ormula to keep away from steady girls. li Most any girl ............... ....,.....,........................................................................... I deal man Helen Markley ........ .....,...... M ore attention from the opposite sex y George Madden ......... .......,.................. C ars without speedometers Mary Conrad ........... ....... M ore excuses to stay home Sara Nitsche ....... ............................. M ore week-ends ft ho- Mr. Lengerman:--"Jack, tell all you can about nitrates." Jack Wilson :-"Well, there isn't much to tell except that they're l I cheaper than day rates." V fi: 4-of Harvey Jokinen:-"I dreamed last night that-er--ar-I pro- ,i 5 y posed to you. I wonder what this is a sign of?" I Betty Boughter:-"It's a sign that you've more sense when you are asleep than when you're awake." i -Ol- Jack Higgins :-"Thinking of me?" Edwina Connery :-"Was I laughing? I'm so sorry." 'Z' ,Og Joe Proctor Cto passing motoristb :-"Hi, mister, I'm going your way." Motorist :-"So I seeg but I'll get there before you do." ...lgli Operator :-"But, sir, the charge is only 5c and you dropped in I I 3 nickels." b Mr. Jones :-"Th-that's be-be-because I-I stu-stutter!" 437 ,Ol Miss Kelley Ctrying to get a student to name a certain tensej :- I "But what time is it?" +I Lester Raub fsotto voiceb :-"Quarter after two." 3 . I From Clyde Marchand's Essay:- "A semicolon is ia period sitting on top of a comma. Some think gl I that the first time a semicolon was used was when some man did not know whether to use a comma or a period, so he used them both to- I i, getherf' i li. Mr. Lengerman:-"What is space?" Jim Barr :-"I have it in my head but I can't explain it." 0 Traffic Cop :-"Don't you know you can't turn around in the middle of the block?" Clara Fazzone :-"Oh, officer, I think I can make it. Just watch." I io... Mother:-"You are at the foot of the spelling class again, are you?" Ed Kirol:-"Yes'm." Mother:-"How did that happen?" Ed :--"Got too many z's in "scissors" i?O Bob Wilkison was shaving himself in the open air when Helen Markley came along." Helen :-"Do?1ou always shave outside?" Bob :--"Of course. Did you think I was fur-lined?" James John :-"I came to this country without a shirt on my back, and now I have accumulated two million." Tom Lynch :-"Why Jim, you'll never wear them out." ,,.0lT. Mr. Lehto:-"Now, Dick, suppose you wanted to build a 31,000 house and you only had 3700, what would you do?" Dick Davis :-"Marry a girl with 5300? O Merchant :-"Before I hire you, you will have to pass an intelli- gence test." Margaret Naples :-"Intelligence test! I thought the advertise- ment said you wanted a stenographerf' .ilo-.-.1 EXCHANGES FOR BOY'S ONLY!!! There's nothing a girl would like to find out Better than that which she oughn't to knowg And we bet she'll find out somehow, If given a shade of a show, We're willing to bet dollars to doughnuts That this poem UD she's already read, We know she'd get at it somehow If she had to stand on her head! l.. Oi1i Miss VanDivort:-"What is an aviary? Answer :-"A place to keep birds." Miss VanDivort:-"What is an apiary? Sara Nitsche:-"A place to keep apes." SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS "Is it just summer "And in this corner- romance? NOP, "Proud as Punch" "Inseparables" "Village fHalfJ Wits" "Concentration" "Visions HJ" "Senior A Class B. B. Team" " 'Holy' Three" ..-. O... DEFINITIONS---FOR SOPHOMORES ONLY Absence-that which makes the marks grow rounder. Bell-that part of the school machinery in which the students are most interested. Faculty-the over-rulers of all our plans. Good-an adjective formerly applied to studentsg now rapidly going out of use. Hypocrite-a student who goes to class with a smile on his face. Eureka-word meaning odor-as Eureka from perfuma. Rainbow-the stuff that when a fellow blushes he turns all colors of. Feature--a thing that when you see two movies its called double. Syntax-Tax on sin. Duchess-Feminine of Dutchman. Scansion-The scrutiny that a fellow subjects a new girl to. Heart--have one when you read these. Tactic-What a clock does when it runs backward. Gold-what all that glitters isn't. Egoist-a man who blows his horn when he approaches a railroad crossing Cfinisj ! Paradox-A couple of physicians. lOl..i Sophomore Cseeing student with armload of booksl :-"Say what are you, a circulating library?" Helen Villani:-"No, I'm a senior." lio- Miss Calvin :-"What is meant by the seat of war?7' Kay Parfitt:-"That's where the standing army sits down when it's tired." Tom Cramer :-"Seeing is believing." H Helen Campbell :-"Not necessarily, I see you every day." .1 Ruth Klivan:-"My sister swallowed a bottle of inkg what can I do for her?" Pat Brown :-"Feed her on blottersf' . fGreat noise heard over Study IJ Miss McGeorge:-"Oh, what's that noise?" Miss Miller:-"I suppose itls someone changing his mind." 9 , , P FAMILIAR SAYINGS Carol Ransom :-"Don't you think?" Miss Griffiths :-"Be sure you bring your credentials." Miss VanDivort:-"Vocabulary first." Edwina Connery :-"Wake up and die right." Miss Taylor :-"Well, that's true." Miss Elliott :-"Isn't that right, class?" Charlotte Whiteman :-"Did anyone bring his money for--?" Miss Dinsmore:-"Do you see, class? Kay Parfitt:-"Life is so peachy!" Mr. Brown :-"And so on." Mr. Gardner :-"Take a woman for what she means, not what she says." Monitor :-"Hey you, where's your pass?" Miss McClaren:-"Listen to these announcements, please." Miss Miller :-"If you want to talk, go out in the hall." Miss Hartsuff:-"L-I-V-E the part!" Mr. Sheafer:-"You're carrying it a bit too far." Jane Solomon :-"I don't know." Mr. Copson:-"Now, here's the dope." Joe Lloyd feditorj :-"What are' you doing?" . O -.- Philosophy C?J :-"Life is one fool thing after another, but love is two fool things after each other." -lO l. PERVERTED PROVERBS It's an ill wind that blows from the chemistry Labs. A bluff covers a multitude of sins. Late to bed and early to rise, makes a man hollow under the eyes. Never get today the lessons you can put off until tomorrow. Silently. one by one, in the infinite books of the teachers, blossoms the neat little zeroes, the forget-me-nots of the students. It's better to have bluifed and flunked than never to have recited at all. Circumstances alter faces, especially at football games. Whatsoever a man seweth, that can be easily ripped. All the world's an automobile show and the men and women merely prospects. .TliO FAMOUS HEADS: Crowned Wooden Mutton Pin Figure Swell Puddin Block , Bald FAMOUS COMBINATIONS Marjorie Vaughn and Joe Lloyd Lettuce and tomatoes Pat Brown and George Madden Sara Nitsche, Jo Jenkins and Dot Frey James Cavill and Mary Conrad Ham and eggs Sara Patterson and Leo Lenherr Hunt Davis and "A's" in Math Mary Nickum and Alec Peru Detention and pink slips Ruth Shannon and Clyde Brest Ross Bridenbaugh and Phyliss Crane Betty Boughter and Harvey Jokinen Ted Marlin and any Sophomore Crackers and cheese Dick Davis and Cleora Brown Ed Bollard and Sally Cleland Nick Santangelo and Mabel Johnson A Bud Weiker and June Carson Bread and milk Bill Chip and Jean Waddington Katherine Genkinger and Dick Gardne Peg Jennings and her gab Corned beef and cabbage Jeanne DeLillo and Eddy Ostrosky Dates and poor grades Miriam Clinefelter and Elizabeth Slave SnfeEwQand winters A Pat Brown and Ruthie Klivans . Oi.T1 I' I' WE WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER--- Ralph Gardner's informality. P. H. Bridenbaugh's shouting. Geraldine Turk's nice disposition. Sara McCune's sarcasm. D. F. Copson's wise-cracks. Mary Long's sense of humor. Helen Westlake's willingness to help. Willie Lehto's ability to laugh at a joke on Mrs. Brinkerhofs brief assignments. Florence Brownstein's short memory. Scoots Nelson's SHORT tests. Bill Klee's cracks about the "dumb Irish." Elsie McGeorge's appearance. Miss Galbraith's one raised eyebrow. Miss Miller's tendency to eat candy. Miss McClaren's surprise tests. Miss Hartsuff's "fire drills" in Dramatic clas himself s. THINGS WE'D LIKE TO KNOW DEPARTMENT: How to make a million dollars. Why Mr. Lengerman fears the girls so. Which of our football heroes is frequently seen in the company of Lucy Pizzitola. Why Lorraine Kilbreath and Peggy Pattison can't agree. Why Joe Lloyd feels so important. Why admittance slips are always forgotten. What two couples can be seen any Monday night Cafter Legion band practicej on the Lakewood Road-just riding around. Why? What happened to Harvey Jokinen the night of the school dance. QDid she run out on you, Tobe?J Where Jean Loveridge, her pals, and a part of the basketball team were on the afternoon of Feb. 19 fthe date of the last basketball game, to be helpfulj. Why Ted Marlin calls Ruthie Klivans "Sunshine" What for whoj came between Ginny McBride and Frankie Robin- son. COn second thought, we think the reason's blondel. Y is the Fourth of July. flt is, you know.J When Eddie Ostrosky and Jeanne DeLillo are going to take that fatal step. How Kay Parfitt spends her leisure time now that Rod is working in Aliquippa? Clt couldn't be in a tan Plymouth, could it, Kay?J Why Mary Vaughn and Jack Ligo don't take up ballroom C?J dancing professionally. CWe refer, of course, to their antics at the Rainbow Dancesb. How Pat Brown lives to tell the tale of some of her rides with Madden in the Chrysler. W Why Stanley Iwanjeko dislikes school so. Why some people have all the luck. Why Minnie Joseph asks so many questions. Who started the idea that beauty and brains don't mix. CWe don't want to get personal, but we've got a couple cute ex- amples in our own classj . Why Miss Miller won't share her candy and chewing gum with her session room, at least. How Miss Hartsuff picks a cast. CThat's in every Ne-Ca-Hi, We know, but we're STILL wonderingj. Why Slippery Rock College has become so attractive to Eleanor Wester, Sara Nitsche, and a few other Senior girls. What that "spot on the wall" business in Dramatics class is all about, anyhow. VVhen this will end. T- 0..... "EPPY TAFF" Bill thought his gas was low, He struck a match, the tank let go- Bill sailed three miles right in the air, Three miles on a pint is pretty fair. A SENIOR LAMENT Of all those clubs and groups that claim Distinct renown and lasting fame, Right at the top we'd place our stai, For original eiorts to get a laugh. Who has more right to make this claim Than the great one I shall name? Our famous annual staff. This staff that faithfully meets each day In one-one-two and slaves away Seeking knowledge, that it may produce An annual for the students useg That is why we're here to state Its service to the school is great! Our helpful annual staff. If you observe with care the staff You might be quite inclined to laugh! On the whole-4its looks are bad- But then all geniuses look mad! The members are extremely bright- The trouble is that they can't write! Our brilliant annual staH. The Editor is really cruel, He's dreaded by the entire school. The staff must work, and work, and work, To gather news, and if they shirk A bit on what he has assigned, He says to them, "You have resigned!" Our tyrannical editor. Maidens on the staff are charming, At all times their words disarming. We depend on them for scandal, It's one job that they can handle. It's the girls who write "I wonder." Do they gossip? Yes, by thunder! Our charming gossipers. And though to you the staff may seem A worthless lot, who sit and dream, But never do a thing worth while, Whose writings are quite juvenile, The staif's the best we've ever had, Next years's will be at least as bad. Our worthless annual staff. -Peggy Jennings. .lT1-0...i1T Seniors-acting Dignified Juniors-acting Shy Sophomores-acting Stupefied That's our Ne-Ca-Hi! THESE FOCLISH THINGS REMIND ME OF YOU Campbell's Soup .........................................................,.........................................,.................... Helen Clark bar ......................,. A movie Double ........... A Hoover sweeper ........... A wmter Chill ............... Starke apples ..................... A Ford automobile ........ Governor Landon ............................... A Blue Gill ........................................................ Secretary of the Interior Ickes ........ Katherine Eleanor James Helen Pauline Jim Margaret Joe James Clingfanj peaches ................................. ........... D orothy Felix the cat ................................................... ....................... M ary Pennsylvania Hills ......................................... ............ N ancy Murphy 5 and 10-ain't no more ......... Mary Louise Movie star .............................. T ............................ ........ J eanne Parker The composer Wagner ........ ......................... J ames The city of Naples ............ ............ M argaret Lutton Street ......................... Large sizes ...........,................ President Wilson .................. Jean George Jack Hamilton's apartments ........ ................... J ean Queen Isabella ........................ ......... A ntoinetta The "Blews" ..............................,... .................... P aul Anderson's Photography ......... The Poet Mllton ......................... .... One of the Jones boys ................................................... ll.- ADVERTISEMENTS Perhaps someone would like to get A bit of kind advice To help them in their buying, and Run bills as small as mice On such a surmise I'll impart Nollege as good as goldg In all your dealings patronize Ze firms we here unfold Enter your orders right away Or jot this notice downg U can't do better, forthey all Run the best in town. Joe Helen Jack Aprons, shoestrings, drygoods, daffodils, and hats Defy we, better anywhere- So patronize our Ads. Ben Jenkins :-"What beautiful eyes you have!" Ann Hasulak :-'Tm so glad you like them-they were a birthday present." 'J 'Wm , .,. 1 ,.... aww-.rdwkvuwm 1 E 'Ae 1 Q y ,g 57249 Casifeion 1 NEW CASTLE, PA. Q E r 1 -e Q A 3 One of Pennsylvania's E' Finer Hotels S S i 5 EE f - 1 - q,,,v-v.,I"...rm2- fuww mlk 4 5- , E Da,V1s Shoe Co. 5 ? "Just a Step Ahead" E 5 J' 5 E FINE 1 FOOTWEAR A A 3 gg 3 e 219 E. Washington Street ? 1 New Castle, Pa. 5 f 6 F 2 fiwmwdwmff-A-N. A --" A-'WL 1"'- Abi ' ! 9 Mather Bros. Co. e 5 Jewelers and Silversmiths Q Q 54 W i 5 A i Selling only the finest in 1 3 DIAMONDS, WATCHES, 5 A JEWELRY AND Q SILVERWARE .4 F E sa as Q E The Standard High School P E Ring can be purchased only , 3 at this store. ' g l 5 213 E. WASHINGTON ST. .E 5 NEW CASTLE, PA. 1? S Fa 6 3 5 E QE 5 MAQXA- QE Al Jifmiffmvlfim. Compliments ,.0f... ff' ur1"Jv0"5,Nwv.a" L... 'B Af' 'YZQKI Neiman's Cloak 8: Suit Company 209 E. WASHINGTON ST Xiu ""u"5'l'F""'5a..l4 3:59 5 2 Q 2 E is PHONE 1044 gm' YEARLY CALENDAR September ....... ............................................................ October ......... November ........ December ........ January ......... February .......... March .............. April ............ May ......... June ...... . ............................... ....... . T1..O1.ii June Carson :-"Where do the mermaids sleep?" Representation Application Animation , ....... Vacation Inflamation Prom-ation Recuperation Preparation Perspiration Sophistication George Weiker:-"The little ones in the cradle of the deep and the big ones in the bed of the ocean." Bernard :-"Are all vessels called 'she'?" Miss Dinsmore :-"Yes, Why?" Bernard :-"Then why are all national ships called men of war?" - O T. NOTHING Now, if you believe it or not, We canit find a thing for this spot, We've sought and vve've sought to remember That something We never forgot. So let us pretend you've been taught To see something there when it's not, Then We Will begin at the ending, And our battles half won 'fore it's fought. -Marjorie Vaughn. .. 0l....... HOW MERRILY WE'D ROLL ALONG IF: Latin did not have to be translated literally. There were 12 months vacation. The cat Would take Peg Pattison's tongue. The Seniors Wouldn't have to read Milton. The Juniors were not so big headed. The Sophomores were not so sophisticated fcutel. We could all sing like Jack Jones. There were no tenth period class. We could "be sick" 3 or 4 times a Week. Most chapel speakers would dry up. . Bill Quinby:--"What is that gurgling noise?" June :-'Tm trying to swallow that line you're throwing." 4 h""Vuf', I "- -W Q Jyvxvumlk 8,9 ia? Q 6,64 3 qu fm'mmm2N'y'J,wK E TES A Q Otogr 5 sg FROM TH ' We do th 5 1 E Q 5 We g' e m0st 1 . We Ive the m. Q USS-Hit h We make the Ost. . S befg C are looki best. 3 0 ng fOr O ' A y Q 5 neBOf New Ca E 1 Ou, E g 4 E 9256 Q X I X 1 f 5 115 E' W E S Q ! fmemmmsxxy- I VIVI4 N ASHINGT A 9 M Vhuuxhx 6 He J mmpfxf-M--, re, - ' me-'V Q . Ahh-vw 5 SW1ShiHgY 5 i W'A'x"'2'f.., ' " ? SUCCESS Ou 5 ivxwmmkm.. .a Q C 1 E R if Q2 2 Onjiients 5 eynold 2 ? g S7 Summ .3 K E S 81 M C ers 3 ERR i C ann F g TH and K Q A E DEPEN K E DAB!-E X 5 K 2 S Q C Sf 5 FOFLOTHES LQ E 55 5 Young M W 3 H Featu - A 5 en Q 3 AMILTON fig. 3 N . -Jxxxmumui' i 5 of S and Je 2 ' Nag' ? 5 all kindswelry Q Q. ,V im 5 ., ,, 1 1 l The German Club was having its picture taken for the annual. M' Photographer:-"An even number of people does not make a I .+ i good picture." I I' Miss Riffer:-"Oh, well, they're an odd bunch." i il s iT0...-L. S SONG OF OUR BUSINESS MANAGER fl' . How dear to my heart IS the caSh of SubScription, 1 When the generouS SubScriber PreSentS it to vievvg Ii But the one who vvon't pay- I refrain from deScription For perhapS, gentle reader, That one may be you. l I i-I, .-.. 0-1.-l. l Breathes there the man with soul so dead, Who never to himself hath said, As he aimed at the tack And missed the head- "M!!!!"'M"'9f??????---J OJ CO-'WC' O-T- . M COMMENCEMENT TUNE? vi- Hark, hark, the dogs do bark! The seniors are leaving towng Some in rags, and some in tags, And some in cap and gown. T Soph.:-"In what course Will you graduate?' Jr..:-"In the course of time." I Tom- 0 ,-:,, I F-ierce lessons L-ate hours U--nexpected company I I l N-ot prepared -5- K-icked out 1 .T- O- Yesterday upon the stair, S I I saw a man who Wasn't there. He vvasn't there again to-day- Gee, I Wish he'd go away. M I .1-Oll W I Some people think that sit-down strikes are a new idea. Take someone like-Jack Higgins-though. We're Willing to bet dollars to doughnuts that he's been on one all his life. X in Pm -'1-1 w" '-W-2'--f-ffvQ":-'W . 5 A 5 2 2 2 Compliments Q Colfllfnts 5 9 -0f- a S 4 E E Elliott gl Waddington 00. Q 113-118 N, Mercer St, A Q Phone 3600 fi 4 W 3 l a 5 a 5 E f i F lfvl 'a.,'v!'mw2-fwwxvuql A 9 A 5 ? Compliments 2 5' LEAVE YOUR ORDERS 5 Tofi. 1 5 E ' B -AT- 3 5 3 A S THE A A 5 ,4 5 X JACK GERSON X A Q YOUR JEWELER g N E 5 Q 5 EXCHANGE Q Q Q E -FOR- 6 Home-Baked Bread,.Pies 6 E 200 E. WASHINGTON STREET 2 E Cakes' Rolls' Comes' S 5 Q b Doughnuts, and R E NEW CASTLE, PA. g 2 Light Lunches g Q Q l4 WE PREDICT! Rich man .......... Poor man .......... Author ............ Doctor ........ Lawyer ........... Merchant ...,..... Teacher .............. Undertaker ........................ Sailor ............................................... Travelling salesman .......... Crooner . ............ ................... .......... Labor's Looming Force ......... Prima donna .......................... ,. Hill billy .................................. Secretary ................... Librarlan ........................ Beauty culturist ....... ........... Dietician ................ .... Politician ..............,..,...... Wrestler .............................. Interior Decorator .......... Basketball Coach ......... Farmer ............................. Mechanic ................... Maestro .............. Cartoonist ............................... Torch singer .......................l..... First Woman President ..... . Einstein's assistant ......,..,.... Hot Sax Player .................. Burgess of Edenberg ........ "Gag" Writer .................i..... . Virtuoso ........... .................., Poet ............ .... .... Chemist ......... ................................................... l. -.0 .... Class Historian ......... .............. Class Knocker ........... Class Prophecy .......... Class Will ................ ......................................... ...-1.-0l1 From Caesar's Commentaries: Caesar sic dicat an der cur, egasse lictum. Student translation: Jack Trent Helen Tackenberg's Husband Carol Ransom Pete Maturo John Mooney Ted Marlin Margy Harper Helen Adams Joe Anderson James Cavell Ben Jenkins Bill Chip Sara Nitsche Frank Annecillo Kay Parfitt Reva Love Estelle Cukerbaum Ed Campbell .. Elmer Donaldson Dean Nicopolis Edwina Connery Ed Ostrosky Chuck Mort Paul Blews Denny Allshouse George Quon Yee Dot Frey ..........Miriam Clinefelter Hunt Davis Fred Johns Bob Biddle Bud Barr Vance Duford Peg Jennings Joe Wilk Leah Davis Charles Mort Gilbert Colnot Janet Hartland Caesar sicked the cat on the cur, I guess he licked him. T Pat Brown Cholding locker open as she impatiently Waits to go homeb :-"Want to get in here?" Ruthie Klivans:-"No, thanks, I've got a home." .,,,. guy'-:V,p"'-many Q. f .,,, , vW,f"',,,L'1m,2'wE"'.J?""'LJ""lFf1g1,f5i' 4 Compliments P J. 3' I? 407 REIS STREET H? 'Of' 1 o o o SM I 3 Q The Home of Monarch Finer Foods 5 foo 1-ons an Vegetables Y F 1, F 0 Q do l i CLEANERS 81 DYERS FRPEhE DEEIQZEJQY one 3 - Egwmfdvffxww-IMW " 4 Compliments E 3' Lof. 5 fSlllGl Zlllll Kay lllIll6lS0ll Q Love 8: Megown 3 Q PHGTZGSAPHY 3 ? "THE DRUGG'sTs" I ' 306 WALLACE AVE. 4 12 N. MILL STREET of J Telephone 3721 5 X i Q i ,T E T no E Q 1 5 DeSOTO PLYMOUTH E Q i CONGRATULATIONS S JU N E C L A S S OF 1937 3 EE E 5 Q Morgan Burrows Motor Company T 5 . 5 25 N. Jefferson St. New Castle, Pa. Women's faults are many, Men have only two: Everything they say and Everything they do. l....0l. Guide:-"Why didn't you shoot that tiger?" Jim Donnelly :-"He didn't have the right kind of expression for a rug, on his face." ..l0L.-.... SO WHAT? Little Willie's Mother sent him to the store, to get a quart of milk. But Little Willie tripped over the curb, and fell, and broke the bottle and spilled the milk. So his Mother sent him out to get another bottle of milk. But Little Willie tripped on the front porch, and fell and spilled the milk. So his Mother sent him out again. She said: "Willie, if you break another bottle of milk, I'm going to kill you." So Willie fell again and spilled the milk. So his Mother killed him. .Oi O civile, si ergo Forte busses in ero O nobile, dieser trux Civats inem, causen dux. Translation O see, Villy, See, 'er go Forty busses in a row O, no, Billy, "dese" are trucks See vats in 'em-cows an' ducks. .Ol-T James Cavell:-"But, Mr. Brown, I just have to answer all the questions or I'll forget what I Wish to say." ' Estelle Cukerbaum Cin disgustl :-"Then why don't you hire a tutor and you can answer all you want?" -.Oil Miss Dinsmore Ccontinuing a heated discussion in her sixth period P. O. D. classj :-"And if Congress could overule the Supreme Court's decision by a M majority, what would that be?" Jack Ligo Qin a small voicej :-"Mutiny!" 0l,. Miss Calvin:-"Walter, can you go to the map and show the class where the Bering Sea is?" Walter Tripplet Cafter looking rather vaguely at the mapl :- "Well, it should be around here." Miss Calvin:-'fIsn't it?" Walter :-"No, it's moved since last week." Unk sEAvY's swmo fl Q NEW CASTLE 6 1 A--W-A 5 K . Q High School and College Photographers A MODERN AND DISTINCTIVE PORTRAITS is i S . me Q 4 Compliments of the 5- . . 5 Lawrence County Auto Dealers Assoclatlun 5 ,Oi gi ACTIVE MEMBERS J BARNES, SNYDER MOTOR CO. LAWRENCE AUTO SALES CO S X CASTLE GARAGE MORGAN 8: BURROWS MOTOR CO. 5 Q CHAMBERS MOTOR CO. NEW CASTLE AUTO SALES CHEVROLET-KEYSTONE CO J. R. RICK MOTOR CO. bg FRANCIS MOTOR SALES CO UNIVERSAL SALES CO. RAY F. HALL, Manager. 5 Hi 3 1 i 9 I Q x PCHHSYIGHIB Power COITIPBDY Q Q SUPP-LYING ELECTRIC SERVICE E -TO- E HOME, FARM AND FACTORY ie 3 2 x A Early to bed Early to rise And your girl goes out With the other guys! 0-.-T I We found something in last June's annual that we just couldn't resist borrowing. It's true this year, too. Melodrama-something governed by chance. People's lives when our Editor is driving. T110-.,1 Miss McClaren:-"What's the difference between concrete and abstract?" Eileen Moffett:-"Concrete means something like cement and abstract means to take away from." - 0i11. Miss Taylor fin Englishj :-"Was it really satire?" Jean P. Short :-"No, but it took a poke at things, now and then." . OUR CLASS CWith profuse apologies to Joyce Kilmer's "Trees"J We're sure the school will never see, A class as wonderful as we, A class with grades that can't be beatf?J A class with girls so nice and sweet. A class with boys so big and strong A class that does nothing that's wrong. Now classes come and also go, But one like ours you'll never know. -Ruthie Klivans. .O1-. Soph.:--"Are there any stationary stores around town?" Senior :-"Well, I've never seen any move." 1.-T0l. ESSAY ON MAKING LOCOMOTIVES -as written by Jeanne Parker You pour a lot of sand into a lot of boxes and you throw old stove lids and things into a furnace, and then you empty the molten stream into a hole in the sand, and everyone yells and swears. Then you pour it out and let it cool and pound it, and then you put it on a thing that bores holes in it. Then you screw it together, and paint it, and put steam in it, and then they take it to the drafting room and make a blueprint of it. But I forgot one thing. They have to make a boiler. One man gets inside and one man remains outside, and they pound frightfullyg and they tie it to the other thing, and you ought to see it go! A 3,-v.l"...... ,i"...fwnvQ"u"'1Jn?iQ 4 3 3' Compliments ? - f. ' Q O 3 2 Paisley Drug Co. 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BEST SELLERS Senior QI know nothingj Early Rising" .......................... These Are the Times" Pilgrim's Progress" .......... A Farewell" .............. Skirmish" .............................. Ch1ldren's Hour" ................ The White Old Maid" Sophomores "''QQQQIfQIQfQ1fIff"i3i2LiiS after 3:50 Ne-Ca-Hi Annual Studying on Spring Days Pre-sess1on squad Graduation From Sophomore to Senior Class Day Lunch Period Sophomore assembly Minerva-Cwh1te?J Too Late" .................................. ........... The Riot" ............................. Arriving at one minute past 9 A. M. The strike fremember?J Travels in Spain" ........ .................................... R oom 106 The Bells" .................................................. .................. 2 bell signal Day of Doom" ............................................ ......... R eport Card Day The Scarlet Letter"-Cfadedj ......... ....................... P ink Slips The Day is Done" ...................................... ............................ 3 :51 P. M. Freedom" .................................................... ................................ A fter Graduation Legend of Sleepy Hollow" ..... . ........................................................ Study Halls Gone with the Wind" ............ ................. S tudent's brains during exams Three Musketeers" ................ ....... D ot Dute, Ethel Cowles, El Double The Last Class" ...................... ................................................................ S enior A's The Light That Failed" ........ ....... L ight in Study I Cthat fellj On Drawing" .............................. .......................................... B en Jenkins Buried Alive" ......................... ........... 7 hrs. a day in high school Marching On" ........................... ........................................... T he Band The Age of Innocence" ..... ....................... S enior A Boys Boots and Saddles" ......... ......... S aturday at Troop F Thirty Fathom's Deep" ............................................................................................. Chaucer So Bigu ................................................................................................................................. Dot Frey The Book of Escapes" and "Hurried Journeys" .................. Book Reports Les Miserables" .............................................................................. High School Teachers Choir Invisible .............. ........ C horus When singing with the orchestra l.T.0... i. AIN'T Ain't afraid of roaring lions Ain't afraid of bats Ain't afraid of elephants Ain't afraid of rats Ain't afraid of snarling dogs Ain't afraid of squirrels Ain't afraid of guinea pigs But, Oh! those awful girls!! O Bill Shaffer :-"Where are you going with that candle?" George Large :-"Down cellar to see if I left the light on." 5 x 9 CONGRATULATIONS i To Q S THE CLASS OF JUNE '37 2 Q nague a B3I1h0l0IIlGW mug, mu. Q 4 S 5 . 1 PATRQN lzE 2 Q O U R 3 5 ADVERTISERS .9 g 3 5 5 g, PRESSING REPAIRING 2 E 3 HOUR CLEANING SERVICE E 3 BY REQUEST E i o Q o E TURDY 8z AYLOR i S NEIL T FRANK A w S ...DRY CLEANING... x i 0 9 0 ? 5 Phone 756 127 N. Mercer St. 5 E .J F in ,,,, Q 2 , 2 ? x X 000 e WOULDN'T you like to put your boy in the way of receiving Q bg 340,000 in excess earnings? A col- F E lege education will do this in the Q vast majority of cases. Statistics S show that college men on an average x earn 31,000 a year more than other Q 5 men. During 40 years of business E , life this will mean 340,000 in extra x earnings. The Equitable's special Educational Fund policy will assure ? 3 a college education to your boy, Q 5 whether you live or die. Q 1 THE EQUITABLE 5 Life Assurance, Society of United 5 States M. J. DONNELLY 2 3 30 N. Mercer St., New Castle, Pa. P in 1 ivi- f,,,.v-fv...f"..... N-J'-fweQ"u"'mimZ5, 4 L Thor Washers and Ironers ? 5 Electric Refrigerators and Gas Ranges 1 Q c lyadzewhkaai ' 5 X 1 O 0 O X . Q Compliments . -of- E Q NU-ENAMEL CUMPANY 3 3 PHONE 2442 5 643 E. WASHINGTON sr. 5 5 NEW CASTLE, PA. QE . 2 Eiwxbhdwnff -rm-.""..i"A-""'5 'rfl' MOVIES---NOW SHOWING College Holiday" ......................................................................................................... Class day Swing High, Swing Low" ...... ............................................. Come and Get It" ................... Love on the Run" ................. ........ Green Pastures" ........... ........ On the Avenue" ......................... Big Broadcast of 1937" ..... Three Smart Girls" ........... . You Only Live Once" ..... Men Are Not Godsi' ..... . Redheads On Parade" .... . The Holy f?J Terror" ..... . Lloyds of London" .............. Make Way For a Lady" ..... Little Caesari' ......................... Stolen Holiday" ............... Captains Courageous" ..... Man of the People" ...... The Final Hour" ........... Absolutely Quiet" ...... It Had To Happenv One In a Million" ...... Trouble Ahead" ............................... . Smart Blonde" ............................................... Charge of the Light Brigade" ....... Three Wise Guys" ................................ We're on the Jury" ........................ Mutiny on the Bounty" ..... . Sing, Baby, Sing" ................ . Star For a Nighti' ............. Pigskin Parade" ........................ Mind Your Own Business" ..... ..................................... Along Came Love" ................... .................... Bill Montanary Cafeteria Pat Brown and George Madden Ne-Ca-Hi "Campus" Main Hall at Noon James Cavell We don't know any either Senior A's Ask the girls on the staff Pauline Starke and Helen Chill James Donnelly J oe's Family UD Jean Short Chuck Mort Truancy fEd. note-hookeyJ Squad Leaders Bill Chip Diplomas Miss Parker's Study Hall Graduation High Honor Students Slips Janet Hartland 3:51 bell Jack, Nick, and Joe Faculty Massillon strike last Fall Sara Nitsche Senior Play's Leading Lady Red Hurricanes Take a tip from us Pardon our dreamy expression Follow the Fleet" ................ ................................................................ R uth1e Patterson Boy Meets Girl" .................................... Stanley Patterson and Jeanne Parker Head Over Heels In Love" ..........................................................,............. More than a Secretary" ....... Ruth Shannon Marge Naples Grand Exit" ............................. .......... F ront door at 3:51 Great Guy" ........................... ....... P resident Bill Chip Beloved Enemy" ..... ................................................................ C lass dues collector .l.T0 . AIN'T LOVE GRAND? Theysitlikethisuponaseat And now and then they kiss, And then he says some darn fool thing, and then they sit Like-l-inns. O Interested Man :-"And what are you taking up in school?" Chuck Mort :-"Space." af - +A is Q fi if V 2522-JL Q2 A .Egg 2267 gg! 9,2 Q Q"u',5'oogC.-05 'Q :L I5 i fs Igmogmg- 555 5 E Og 4 -mo? -1""'E 1 sv WE' f vqnofgg S51-f le 2 322-,Es F12 E23 is 5+ 5 kgpg- risks fn gg g in: "' FD -g -g Q W 5 2 ln E? IDI ""'1l"'kF'k Wlth 2 pans of trousers img?-P" -1-PMI'-i"e-ff are outstandmg for style and quahty SIZES 33 to 38 for S25 00 J' IWUV' FLA eQv MW! The WINTER Co. 3 x i 2 5 A.. 1-,gs :mum .fm-"W, .m--I"afQ A A A i O Q 2 me 5 :us-Q2 3 Q 5 W ' ' 5 Q 3 ' 5 A. fg 532 E . f-Q sw 5 Compliments -of- E. 5 J. B. NIELSEN 5 Q Jeweler and Optometrist 3 , "ON PUBLIC SQUARE" P i sa se A 3 11 E. WASHINGTON sT. ge X NEW CASTLE, PA. 5 5 3 H- W. J. OFFUTT 81 C0. 5. 6 NEW CASTLE, PA. Q 3 The Place to Shop Q ? with Your cash 9 At Cash Prices 5 4 Q 5 2 it i ' ""'u""x W. A3 iL,v'fv-f"'-Pm? si'-ff fb-'Wynn .WAI vfwivvfblm. v-endif Fa Compliments is as E I 6 in J B Wd - 0 Johnson Universal Bronze Co www -v1wfz,,Af' un' x,,,,1"?,... WJ' xm- 5 A J E 4 LOCAL LEGION OF LOVING LOVERS MOTTO Never let a girl slip thru your lingers SONG Love Me and the World is Mine PLACE OF MEETING Dague Ka Bartholomew Drug Store OBJECT Matrimony MEMBERS President and Chief Councilor ....................... ......... R oss Bridenbaugh A new Recruit .......................,..................... ................. J ack Higgins The cutest of all ..................................... ................... E d Bollard All but lost ............................. ....'..... E d Ostrosky Near his doom C?J .................... ........ J ack Trent Gone, but not forgotten ......... .................. J oe Lloyd Grown old in the service ........... ........... D ick Gardner All for love ...................................... ....,... N ick Santangelo Never to be discouraged ........... ................... J im Cavell Always getting caught .......... .......... G ilbert Colnot Has the worst case ................ .......... G eorge Madden At least he has a girl .......... ......... ...................... L e o Lenherr Very changeable ................ ............................................... ........ D e nny Allshouse O1...l. ADVICE TO THE LOVELORN COLUMN The Field Blondes are heartless, cold as ice, Fickle as a breezeg Never date a blonde girl twice, Lad, beware of these! Dark brunettes are warm of heart When they're on the levelg They can tear a man apart, Shun them like the devil! Redhead girls are quick to wrath- How they make things hum! Brother, take the other path When you see them come. Be their hair of auburn hues, Dark or light as stubble, Boy, whichever one you choose, You are in for trouble! I. 5 I Q 5 Q E I Z 3 S Q 3 a 5 5 5 I 5 5 I ONG AN OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTOR TO THE BEST IN COLLEGE AND HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOKS I I I ECONOMY PLUS QUALITY I AND SERVICE SINCE 1906. K 5 5 5 A gwwvmxmff . 5 E P I I 2 I CAN YOU REMEMBER WHEN Minerva was young? The stai did What the editor dictated? Ne-Ca-Hi had no Fords? Dates vveren't made in the library? You and I were young, Maggie? The school was properly heated? Teachers didn't give out pink slips? There were no names carved on desks? It Was springtime in the Rockies? Everyone paid his class dues? George Madden drove slowly? Everyone Went straight home after play practice? You could see through the Windows? An athletic hero Wasn't injured? There Wasn't at least one lecture on bright nail polish in ZO6? Some teacher didn't mark you absent in someone else's place? Dogs didn't "happen" to stray into the building? Birds used our birdbath? Sophomores didn't go up and down the Wrong stairs? l...0,... A is for annual, an awe-inspiring name. B for Bill Chip, our President of Fame. C is for classes-we get education, D is for dates-our great relaxation, E's come from no study-iso teachers sayj, F is for Friday, our favorite day. G's graduation-our life is a song f?J. H is for hope-What We've done all along . I is for Industry-Klook at the staffj. J stands for jokes, but you can't make us laugh. K is for kittens-We don't know just Why, L is for love-that look in your eye. M is for MR. Copson, our sponsor so great, N is for noon-you should see what We ate. O is a blank, We can't think of a thing, P is for posies that bloom in the spring. Q is for queer-that's What this is, R's the verb rise which to rhyme should be "riz." S is for Seniors-they're dink-iiied, too, T is for teachers-they'll get their just due. U, your rich Uncle, the one who Won't die V is for Venice, Where nothing is dry. W is weary, what you are by this time, X marks the spot Where We can't find a rhyme. Y is for you, and for you, and for you, Z is the zeal which has carried us through. 0,...T.. Bob Wilkison Cwriting with a flourishb :-"How do you like these Waves?" Jeanne DeLilo:-"Well-they make me a bit 'see' sick." 5 5 e CONGRATULATIONS 5 E CLASS OF '37 5 FROM THE 9 3 Q PENN THEATRE 5 Q -1- .5 F' E "Always th B t Sh Town" A s . S S -.- E. HOME OF i S METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER Q i PARAMOUNT and RKO l 5 GREATER MOVIES g 5 5 F 1 ' 5 ' E It's Easier to Succeed 1 5 by having Your Zi shoes Rebuilt F F i giic si 1 F 4 Q 3 O E . i 3 Pagley Shoe Service Q i 17 N. MILL STREET E e i 5 el i 1 2 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the June Class of 1937 .gag PERELMAN 5 .4L.,.g JEWELRY-RADIOS OPTICIAN Egwwwdwuff-xmW.fAM 2 'guy'-nv,fT',,5m2-,y".fw1g"' 'Wk PORTRAITS by PHOTOGRAPHY The only thing we make But We make them GOOD! THE STUDIO OF Leo P Strlzzl 2155 E. Washington St New Castle Pa. Bell 2188 gl 2 ll II li F e A Z i 'li' -T- ADVICE TO THE LOVELORN Always let a girl think she knows it all. Don't be an easy catch--but don't be too hard to get, either. Never ask a man where he's beeng he might tell you. Always keep a boy or girl waiting. Don't believe everything he tells youg but then girls have a line too. Be a caveman-and a beefsteak will fix that black eye. Girls can't be different-but why don't they try. Never let a fellow think you like him-he knows it anyhow. Don't judge a book by its cover-make-up covers a lot. Boys shouldn't think too much-girls are mind readers. Girls, be good listeners-men talk incessantly. Boys like to hear girls laugh at their witticisms-even when they're bad Cand aren't they all?D Women are deceivers ever-to one thing constant never. Throw caution to the winds-but may the breeze be light. Boys-when stepping on a girl's toes, step hard fsomething to remem- ber you byl . Cutting in is a game-everyone enjoys it. If a girl slaps your face-slap her back, if no one's watching. Never kiss a girl-it takes 10 years oi your lifeg more if you're caught. Coffee isn't the only thing that's fresh when its's dated! John L. Lewis ........... Clara Bow ............... .... Newton ......................................... Florence Nightingale Romeo ..........................,................. Caruso ..... ............,.... ..... Atlas ........... .......................... Susan B. Anthony .......... Trotsky ............................. . Cleopatra ...... .... .......... Wally Simpson ......... Eddie Duchin ............ Ichabod Crane ......... Lowell Thomas ........ Joan Crawford ......... Bing Crosby .....,..... Apollo ......................... Buffalo Bill ................. Wally Winchell .......... Gracie Allen ....................... O WHO'S WHO Bill Chip Helen Chill Hunt Davis Emmy Lou Weir Ross Bridenbaugh Fred Riley Filbert Nocera Helen Adams Stanley Derzypolski June Travers Mary McLaughlin Kenneth Farver Jack Ligo Frank Annecillo Jean Short Jack Jones Johnny Manos Pete Maturo CNice boy Petej Estelle Cukerbaum Helen Markley Elizabeth Browning .......... .............................................. - O Peg Jennings Miss Taylor Cspeaking of Carlyle's eccentricitiesb :-"So many great artists are thought to be peculiar merely because they want to be alone." Vivian Davidson :-"Greta Garbo, for instance." fl .dnu uf WJ Fm-.I""',d"A-4""ZH MWA AQAT' 'fm finm. "'2ff:v'k-WAI! JV? 1""...!' ff.-a , 1,. f5,Nvwf'mm2-fwmwywm? CONGRATULATIONS C L A S S 1937 JUNE 5559? D. G. Ramsey and Sons BUILDERS' SUPPLIES HARDWARE PAINTS if 306-20 CROTON AVE. 4200-PHONES-4201 gwwwmwnvf -x"mQ""'.Md"A1-"""E ' ,agp lm."h- .af an 'qafsk J""..!' Nmfwa 5 1- I cn F' 55 zz Z -cs s- r ' : n O H O m "1 Q 4 1 Ill 1. Q1 E pq E -I. 5 1 I 1- 3 91 '9 B Ja- C m P-4 '11 og '4 5 ' ff 5 U: O 5 C, :wg i E' P C' w cu ou -11 ' P1 C S- f P UU E. O ,,, D ,- 71 o p o rn .0 5 Q Qs 2 Q g 'U 0 P P4 U1 O 'U Cf qq , W m -4 '-I ""' 71 "I O r-1 Q-I K x E Q E 2 rn us 35, +-U ve cw " r' 9 -I Iv 02 5 ' un m 0 no r- Fl-1 af m kv 1" M H- :I I ou Q Q- -E 4 2 'F 5 -1 H 2 Q cb 2 5 1 V' y 6 I SONGS l":ll "Moonlight and Shadows" .................................. .......................................... B ackstage I "Serenade in the Nite" ....... .......... B rrp! Honk! Rrr! Brrp! lp pf "Midnight Blue" .................. ......................................... C ramming ll ll "Pennies From Heaven" ...... ......... A nswers to test questions XL- 3 "Waiting for You" ....................... .......................... P oor Minerva! HIE "O, Say Can You Swing?" ........... Estelle Cukerbaum l ll "Good-night My Love" ......................................................................................................... 3:51 I "Chapel in the Moonlight" ........................................................................ School Plays 1 "When the Skeleton in the Closet Starts to Dance" ............... Willis Raney I l "This Year's Crop of Kisses" .......................................... High School Romances "I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm" ..... ........................ R uth Shannon "Boo Hoo' ............................ .......................................................................... I "Low" Honor Roll "Trust in Me" ............................................................................................................... Latin Pony "You're Here, You're There, You're Everywhere" .................. Ed Ostrosky y . "With Plenty of Money and You" ...................................................... June Travers E I "That's Life I Guess" ............. ........................................................ R eceiving Pink Slips l I "When My Dream-boat Comes Home" ..... ............................. H igh Honor i "Ink Spots" .................................................................... ........ S tudy Hall Floors l I "I Can't Lose That Longing For You" ........ ............................................... T he bell I "Smoke Dreams" ...................................................... .......................... S tudy Hall siestas "Slummin' On Park Avenue" ....... ........... P romenading in main hall "There's Something in the Air" ...... .............................. L aboratory odors "Gee, But You're Swell" ............................ ........................................... M iss Turk l "May I Have the Next Romance?" . .................... Gilbert to them all "Suppose" ...........I.............................................. ......... T here were no seniors "What Will I Tell My Heart" ..... .......... W hen grades come out t "He Ain't Got Rhythm" ...................... ....................................... H unt Davis "I Adore You" ...........i........................................ ........ A . C. Brown to Joe Gill "When the Poppies Bloom Again" ....................,....,..........,. Vacation! I "Little Old Lady" ......,................................ ......................... O ur Alma Mater its "How Could You?" .............................. ......... F lunk us, dear teacher "You Do the Darndest Things" ..... .................................... E d Bollard "My Little C?J Buckeroo" ........... ............ M artha Moorhead y "There's a Lull In My Life" ..................................... ................ L unch Period -:- io- I JOKE---KBELIEVE IT OR NOTJ I Miss Taylor :-"He's a problem-child." JH-I Miss Young:-"Problem-child, nothing! He's a whole math I book." l will 0 Miss Birchard:-"Where was the Magna Carta signed?" Ruth Patterson :-"At the bottom, I suppose." 'l gl 10- I I Pete Maturo:-"I was dumbfounded when I got the 'E' in College Algebra." E+ George Madden :-"Why don't you say you were confounded H dumb?" l l 15. ll ll 4 1 5 9 E CORRECT DRESS IS 4 3 IMPORTANT ON THE 3 ROAD TO SUCCESS .1 A X LEV I N E' s 5 Next to Penn Theatre A A o Q o A Q 3 I THE sToRE OF 2 NATIONALLY ADVERTISED i MEN'S WEARING R 5 APPAREL g E 5 5 i me , , ' Nm-.Br 5 ,Fir 'vel' - , --1 COMPLIMENTS FROM REGENT THEATRE OF NEW CASTLE O 0 0 ALWAYS THE BEST SHOW IN TOWN 0 9 O POPULAR PRICES ff 3 E -I ? . F m Klux .JF .M NQIJW M HMNQPJ' -Swv " ...df WM ,:'mJ"..i"m1"Z, J'-1 ,Lg-val' Wm.. fuiik u""xPx'Q Rlchman Brothers fine clothes for men and young men 'I iIv'Q"u"kBxZQf 5 O 9 E if and"llm.W- f-X, EPI o Q o Student Prep. Suits 516.50 Sizes 16 to 20 f 9 o Q o F 131 E. Washington St. QE i 2 QFIQ-vq,,,wv.fm'...-E-2-W'-ff-vQ"u"K!m A COLLEGE AND VACATION 5 LUGGAGE i OVERNIGHT CASES 1 C 5 GLADSITONE BAGS I ? STEAMER TRUNKS X .3 HARTMAN TOUROBES E BRIEF CASES t g ZIPPER CASES B I WEEK END CASES Q HAT AND SHOE CASES FREE-Your in't'l in gold or E silver on any p of student 2 i luggage. R 5 Kirk, Hutton 81 Co. .E 3 22,000 ARTICLES IN HARDWARE 5 3 JUNE CLASS OF '37 CLASS SONG CTune: "Little Old Lady"J Ne-Ca-Hi we're leaving now, "Thirty-seven" takes a bow, June has come and we must leave Dear Ne-Ca-Hi. 'Tis a sad farewell today For we leave now to stay,- Though we may not come again N We still call you our friend. Little bit of study here- Little bit of study there- Bet that you'll get on without us As we on-ward go. Ne-Ca-Hi we're leaving now: "Thirty-seven" takes a bow, June has come and we must say Goodbye to Ne-Ca-Hi. -Evelyn Plum . O -.1 IT CAN'T HAPPEN HERE! Jeanne Parker not sending notes. Mary Louise Kirkpatrick not playing the piano. Mike Nader without high honor. Filbert Nocera being docile. Evelyn Mclvor making noise. Sadie Othites neglecting her work. A Chuck Mort being innocent. Dot Frey as six feet tall. Miss Griffith missing anyone chewing gum. Seniors being level headed. Jean Short not talking. Estelle Cukerbaum not chewing gum. Dot Meegan without dimples. Miss Dinsmore without witticism. The halls without rolling hills. 12nd floorl. Empty Drug Stores on Monday evening. CG. RJ Miss Miller delivering her own messages. Kathryn Parfitt weighing 175 lbs. Mr. Gardner praising women. Sara Nitsche with no curls. Helen Villani not worrying about school work. Fred Riley with dark hair. Dramatic Club without James Cavell. Katherine Clark with no freckles. George Madden without Pat. ....,.0....,. Ted Marlin :--"I've an idea!" Sam Safier:-"Treat it kindly, itis in a strange place 4. gi ""u""kPm ,iii ' 'ZQAIPWUVJ' Wat. 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