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

 - Class of 1938

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K NX A if , Q' I A 1 O, 6, ,, vm A -Ai! . , -- tiki- VSK E- ' '23 A NE-CA-HI JUNE ' 1938 FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY NEW CASTLE PA ' NYYYSQNQ ' 'XNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXOXNYYYYQYYYYNPYYYXX4 NNYYXNYXNYX 'XNNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNOYYXOYX :Z :EL- 2551? "g 35. S -' nd", 'ET'Qv?'1 553-S-E31 'figrl-Sk T992 . :::'Ln XOXXX Q- THE THEME The atmosphere of Old Mexico is expressive of our three years here at Ne-Ca-Hi. As we draw near the end of those carefree days we shed a tear of regret and look searchingly into the future. For some, it may seem a barren desert stretching end- lessly on, with here and there a spot of color to remind them of happier days. For others it may appear to be filled with colorful fiestas, sunshine, music, dancing to the click of castanets, dashing caballeros and laughing senoritas. For still others there may be years of weary trudging behind the plow. As we enter this new era of our lives we hope it will be a combination of the best in these, a little solitude, a little pleasure, and enough work to keep us happy. THEME "'i'fg!-!.W!!fl!.l.f- .4"- -. .-.' r':.i-fl.:-A - ' 5-2-Q inf "'-1j'3 2.' gf: X ff? Z2 '?5'5E- " ., 1517 '-.. -tu P ll EiQf1'3'f" V 'Z 2' X N, X, . , .A X mv xl I 5 x x W X" L I . 'Q Q fr " '-' xx "' 'X ,gT."n'2.',- , 1 'zni f."f','-'Nix .. g.- 9, :-,: ,- . .'.q,::..g .. . 11- zg.:--'.a-'.f2'. - - .' -.- .'.,'.u'-.'.-. - 3- x. 2.14:----, ,2 -5 .'. 227--.'g1".'-'.'. -.I ---:s:'.'.-f.:- .1 :. : -,x-g.: "" A 1 .IL .g.xZ:g.',:..3 . Z4 :-: lg-1:24 1.3--,:gg'.'.'. . :,-1.-.n .-3:5 215.--.-.rg. :gr 1-3-.151 '::'. -.:.-:JZ-:Z-.-'. 4. - I -,1 -pf-1-:f :A- . fl? Ii :"s2'-.5"fiEi?Zil'f'rEJ'743'-2.i'f-5E 51. ig . 1 g,'-.-.-..,c.-3.-A-55 . . .. l ,,..m.,-. .. . ...- 'J un tf:.:' -1 'nn Q21 11.212 -1' : Zji.'.jQL:',:f 'fflg-.Lg31'.-5:,3:f.-QE L. - W .. ...,- . -. -'..-:-'."-'5.s- XXXNXX 0 ' NXYYYYNYN 'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNYYYYXNYYY NYYYYYYXNYXY NNNNNYYYYYX ' YNNYYYNYYYNNNYXNX4YYY N-YYXNN 0 ' 0 0 NNNNNX XX It f p 3, Z I N h'lv 'W 'iz "W WN X why, FOREWO RD For three years We have traveled the paths of Ne-Ca-Hi. We have followed the trails Which our predecessors blazed for us, trying to make them a little smoother for those Who follow in our footsteps. We have labored long and faithfully to make this yearbook a true picture of our journey, and We hope that you will find as much pleasure in the reading as We have in the making. lklllf I N 9 X ffl MISS GERALDINE A. TURK DEDICATION We, the members of the class of June, 1938, dedicate this year book to our friend, advisor and teacher, MISS GERALDINE TURK in token of our appreciation for her unlimited patience and friendly guidance throughout our high school career. W l 72 l w, X l rg l is If ,A vs Z3 Z 0 Q Q ,S s Y 12 V QS f 2 iz 5 8 ga Q X X X X X , , is ,s , ,, X W 0 as A x, sk 0 is x vs 4 w x w s w x s xx s w xx x v s w ,s s X W f, A , xi X l w ,A ly 0 K' it i 6 92 W 46' 3 3 fi Z4 v Q Y 2? 5 5 Q YZ X Y Q5 ,s V 4 X X 7 is g. f XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNXXXXXXXXXXXX VYXNYYXJXNNYYYXNYYNNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXNYYYYYYNYNX XXXXXXXXX Zi 7i 71 Z Z fl I. 7 7 7 7, Z 7 Z Z 3, O , 6 O 9 I 6 O O O I 9 9 9 9 O 5 O O O 9 9 9 I O 9 9 9 O O O NE-CA-HI SCHOOL SONG To the praise of our dear High School, Sing we loud, and longg Glory, honor and affection, Give we her in song. Hours of gladness, free from sadness Happy students hereg Sing we to our High School friendships And our High School dear. All her children sing her praises With a love most pure, For her aims and inspirations Changelessly endure. With her beckoning hand before us We will do and dare, Live to honor truth and virtue In these halls so fair. Bonds of friendship here we're forming, They will never break, They will last still true unwavering For our High School's sake. And the memories we will cherish As life's path we tread, Of the friends we knew and valued Wearing black and red. When our student days are over, And no more we're here, Still we'l1 think of her with reverence, Alma Mater dear. Swell the singing, ever ringing, Gladly we'l1 recall, When our student days are over, Life in these fair halls. 7 N , X wr I '- M' E EB 6 Q .E Q5 ii-.5 Z FACULTY XNYYNYNV NNNXOXNYXO NN NNYXNNXNNYNNNYYY N Y NYYYYYYNX X NYY 0 ' YN NXNNNYY NYYYYYYNNX' NN NXNNYY 1 5 Z DR. CLYDE C. GREEN - - SUPERINTENDENT FRANK L. ORT'H ------ PRINCIPAL l 0 f 0 'NNNYYYYNYYNYXNNYYYYYYXNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNYYYYYYYYYYY YYYYYYYXNYNNYXNYYYYYYY NYYYYYYXYYYYYYYYNYYYYYYXNXX -iii.: 'f fn! 1 ' 'Ti f'EfF?1Sffi'1 - , , .1 ' .ifg,,2fz5Sy5w.1z2Wg mizfiznzg' f . 11 J. W. Anderson Bernice E. Bartlett Edith E. Birchard Janet Brenneman P. H. Bridenbaugh Bessie P. Brinkerhoff A. C. Brown Florence Brownstein Annetta M. Burry Howard A. Butler Elsie F. Calvin N. R. Cassillo Donald F. Copson John N. Cornelius - , ' 51' fe-1 5. , I- . V ,. 52.15 , ' ' fl' l Lf. .Q I' 'l Sarah L. Dinsmore Robert A. Duff Dorothy Edmunds Clara A. Elliott Eva J. English Margaret P. Fischer Bess S. Gailey Eleanor Galbraith Ralph H. Gardner Mary A. Good Olivia M. Griffiths Clara M. Hartsuff Frances M. Haydon Eugene Hill NNNYXNYNX NNXYYYXNNNYXN' ' ' NN ' NYXNYYYNYYYNXNYYYYYYYXNNNXKNYYYYYYYYXNNNNYNYXNNYNYYX' NYXNNNNNXNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXNNNNNNNNNYYYYYYY NYXNN 0 0 ' ' ' ' ' ' 'YNNYYYYYYYYYNNNYNYYQNXNNYYYYYYYNNYNYXNYYYYYNYYYYYYYYYY 'YXXNYYYXYYYXNYYYYYYYYY NXNNXYXYNYYYYNNYXNNYYNYXXXX Emily Johnson Ethel Kelley William L. Klee William E. Lehto Ralph F. Lengerman Fred G. Leslie Mary M. Long Myrtle L. Lord William A. Margraf Frances H. Maxwell Thelma Merrilees Adeline W. Miller Robert M. Mills Margaret A. Montgomery ,fw:7,Ea4'.: ' " 3755 5. ' 1 Eiflaa l 4 f f i . is 1' ,, L 3 J J 5 f Q a F' ,L ,,w,?,: li ,ff25??:. , e,lHff1:,iofa,3ii , ,a.:,g- yi . ..-f 1535.5 Q-J 1 ,5f4,gs2m1fz1w - -' A - - M .. - V'-i Frances McClaren Sara Sankey McCune Elsie K. McGeorge Walter S. McKee J. H. E. McKenzie N. P. Nelson H. Elizabeth Parker Mary L. Perdue Joe F. Replogle Genevieve Riddle Mary G. Riffer Marjorie Rhodes Ola D. Rogers Viola Sadler 7 7 Z f 7 7 Z 7 7 vo ' ' ' ' ' YN ' ' ' ' ' 0 0 NXNNNYYYYYXNNNNNXX NNYXNNXYYXNNYYXNNXYYXXX NYYYX XYYY YYYXXYYYXNN YYYNYYYVNYYYYYYXNNYYYYYYYYYNNNXNXN NNYNQYXQXNNYYYN ' 0 NX YYYYYYYYX YYY 'YYYY N NYNYYYYYYY NNY YYYYNNYYYXYYYNNYYYYYYYYXNNYYYYYYYYNY XQYYYYYYYYYXNYYYYYNNNYNNYNNYXNYYYYYYYYYYNYYY NN QNYX 1 w t f , if 1 Oscar J. Sheaffer Reba Sines Mona Sowash Helena Stevenson Charlotte A. Taylor George F. Thomas Geraldine A. Turk Mary E. VanDivort Ruth E. Wallace Ralph L. Weide Virginia Weinschenk Helen R. Westlake S. Elizabeth Williams Ellen L. Young f-ffkm SENICDRS NNN YYYYNYYYXNYYYYXNXYYXXXXYYYYYXXY y 0 0 0 ' f 0 0 ' ' YN YYYYYNYYNYYYX QYYXNYYAYYNNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNNYNNYXYYYYXNYYYNNYYYYY THE ART STAFF THE ART STAFF Norma Jean Syling Flora Gilmore Val Kish Irene Donston Martin Quimby Sally Ingham Alfred Burgo THE LITERARY AND BUSINESS STAFF E. Lewis Hough Patricia Bissell Mable Johnson Esther Nowalk Louise Shafer Lois Leddy Jane Smith Mary Lou Fulkerson Dorathe Hackett Eleanora Palmer Louis Martello Business Manager - - Editor - Associate Editor Advertising Manager David Galasso Dan Schnebly Evelyn Wallace THE LITERARY STAFF 1 Z 1 1 f 1 NX NNNXNNXNN - NNN NNNYYXNNNYYXN YYYXNNNN' NYY YYYYNX' NNYYYYYNYNYNNXNNXNNNNYYXNNYXNXN NYNYNXXXNNNNYXN Y " - NNN ' f Z 5 5 5 Z 4 XNYX XX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNNNXXNXXX Y XJVXNXQXXQX -QXN Q 1 f Z 5 5 Z 5 5 1 1 5 5 Z 1 5 9 5 Z 1 4 I Q 9 0 O I 5 . . 5 V Q 4 4+ 9 9 9 0 ' 1 9 9 1 ' Q 9 9 . . 9 , , I 7 Z 1 5 Z X 5 1 5 Z 5 K DAVID UPDEGRAFF, our leader true, our hats are off-three cheers to you! Handsome and blond-all you could wishg What's his name? why girls -VAL KISH! CLARA COYNE is sweet and cuteg a serious mood she'd never suit. MARY LOU FULKERSON was picked from the mass to be the girl leader of our class. HELEN ALLEN is sweet and charmingg wheh she smiles, she's quite disarming . WILLIAM ALLI- SON blushes from head to toe when asked a question he doesn't know. VIR- GINIA ALTMAN always bars the boys who are not football stars. CHARLES ANDERSON certainly walks on air when he Walks with a girl who has red hair. MARY JEAN ANDERSON's kind as her smallness, and who wouldn't rather have kindness than tallness. RALPH ANNE- CILLO is a camera fan, and along with that quite a ladies' man. DONALD AXE isn't as sharp as his name, but he's quite pleasant just the same. He plays a prank while whistling gailyg a mischie- vous fellow is this THOMAS BAILEY. HELEN BAKA, our basketball star, puts the balls where the baskets are. Divinely tall is HAROLD BALLg all like him and he likes all. MARGARET BALLA's very quietg she never talks, we wish she'd try it. We all like HERSCHELL BALTIMOREQ we wish we'd known him long before. ROSE BARTBERGER is always dependableg this is a trait which is surely commendable. BERNICE BEL- ZICK has a twinkle in her eye that makes you laugh though you wonder why. FRED BENN is a typical bashful boy, but he's still the library's pride and joy. To AGNES BENZICK, history is still an unsolved mystery. Shorthand is e a s y f o r MARGARET BIDEAUXQ there's nothing about it that she doesn't know. PATRICIA BISSELL and her car, they really are a pair, here they come, there they go, you see them everywhere. BENNY BLUNDO blushes red every time his name is said. BETTY BOA- LICH has hair like a raven, she's peppy and lively, the gym is her haven. ELEA- NOR BOBILIN sings all day long, she does her work with a smile and a song. DOROTHEA BODENDORFER gets all A's and B's, we wonder how she does it with such apparent ease. THOMAS BOOHER is a musical boy, his trumpet playing we all enjoy. GERALD BOOK is the boss of the band, he has them all at his command. What W A L T E R BORON lacks in width and tallness is made up in the greatness of his small- ness. NELLIE BOSCO's kind and gentle, but never, never, sentimental. HELEN BRASILE's reserve is seldom brokeng she's quiet, neat, intelligent, and soft spoken. LOIS BRENNAMAN's smile so gay, chases all our troubles away. When MARGARET BRENNER comes around no end of fun is ever found. ELDER BRYAN once collected all the dues at Ne-Ca-Hi, Where dough is scarce, that's news. When ALICE BUKOWSKFS in a crowd, the laughter is sure to be long and loud. TED BUKOWSKI makes a great friend, and quarrels with Ted are easy to mend. XXXXNXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNXXXXXXXXXX A XXXXXXYXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXQXX O O 9 O Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0 0 0 Q 0 Q O O 4 0 9 9 O 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 Q O O O Q 0 4 O 9 6 0 O 6 0 O 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 O O O Q 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 4 O O O 9 O O O O 9 O O 0 O 9 O Q Q O X 0 0 O O 0 Q 4 Q ,, L 4. XNNXXXNNXXX +N1NXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX4XXXX' NNN vxxxxxf Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q vw Qwxwwvvwxwwvwx Nxfxwvxwwvvwvwvxwwwwwx XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX QXNJNQAXSQNQQokQQQQQQQQQQooooo4ovvvooooeoogxo sooo For ALFRED BURGO work is fun, he merits reward when his work is done. HAZEL BURRY likes the men, but best of all she likes Glenn. VICTOR CABAS has friends galore, he's had them since a sophomore. RAYMOND CALIERN has lots and lots of fun and when his school day's over, Ray's day has just begun. For a vivacious girl, BETTY CAMPBELL is the tops, and from this pinnacle, we hope she never drops. MARY CAMPBELL studies hard at Latin, we'd rather any other course than thatin. WILLIS CAMPBELL's friendly and quiet, and everyone knows he's grown popular by it. EDWARD CAPI- TOLA's the man with the girls, confi- dentially, it's because of his curls. "Long Tom"--this fellow is known to all, for THOMAS CAREY's an ace in basketball. CLIFFORD CARLSON is not so tall, but his personality wins us all. Few boys are able to compare with ROBERT CAR- PENTER's dress and hair. ROBERT CARRIGAN smiles so pleasing, and the girls he's always teasing. ROBERT CARTWRQIGHT likes to hunt, when he's shooting, here's hoping we're never in front. She's a girl who is pleasing and also grtand, so VIRCAINIA CART- WRIGHT is in demand. COSMO CAS- AICCHIA keeps going strong when an- swering questions, right or wrong. Dra- matics will lose a shining star, for LUCILLA CASACCHIA has gone far. If you're looking for someone with whom to have fun, TERESA CASELLA is just the right one. LOUIS CASTRUCCI is an asset to the class, his good humor is something that's hard to surpass. In science PAUL CHAMBERS does excel, he'll be a great scientist, we fore- tell. You'll always know when RUTH CHAPMAN's around, you can instantly spot her by sense of sound. A boy of some renown is this JACK CHEEKg we've always found he is quite a shiek. When school is done for VI C T O R CHILL, will Victor be a painter still? JOHN CHMURA has a manner meek, and very seldom does he speak. If his- tory makes your poor brain whirl, see CATHERINE CLARK, she's just the girl. VIOLET CLARK has had lots of good luck, or maybe she's winning be- cause she has pluck. LILLIAN CLARKE dances well, an Eleanor Powell?-who can tell? Well poised and serious is ROBERTA CLEALg her quiet way has much appeal. RUTH CLINGAN is a quiet lass, worth-while asset to the class. Who's active and peppy, in all sports good? You guessed it-MARJORIE COLLINGWOOD. MICHAEL CON- GLOSI's voice is lowg it thrills the girls when he says, "Hello." FRANK CONTI's full of simple joy, he's liked by every girl and boy. FRANCES COPE is full of fun, she has a smile for everyone. Poised RUTH COVERT will never bore us, she is a member of Mr. Duff's chorus. Look for FRANCES COZZA in the skating rink, she likes that better than school, we think. RICHARD CRAMER is a serious blonde lad, but something tells us he's not so sad. PHYLLIS CRANE sits and thinks all day, how soon Ross will be home to stay. XXXXXXXXXXXXYXNN . . .............. . ANN.. .... Nygcyxggg. ............. . ..gNN.ayyg XXXXXNXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXOYXXYXOX XNYYXX XXXXXNPXXXNQX XXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXQQQQQQQQQXAXQQooooovovcoxkgooooo ooo Q ooovovff Z f A number of textbooks and FRAN- CIS CRAY, mix very badly, so they say. STEPHEN, CUNNINGHAM takes de- light in teasing every girl in sight. "Oh, for boyhood's painless play," THEO- DORE CUTLER is heard to pray. When a boy Wants a girl, as many soon Will, HELEN CWYNAR will fill the bill. When JANE CWYN,AR's ready to set- tle for life, she'll find a good husband and make a good Wife. In history and P. O. D., JOHN CWYNAR is the tops, we see. JOSEPH DALESANDRO is of a serious trend, from which lofty attitude he's never seen to bend. ROSE DAL- TORIO is a happy lass Whom no mis- fortunes should ever harass. WILLIAM DAMASKON is eager to learn, the truth of a statement he's sure to discern. EDYS DAVENPORT has charm you very seldom strike, she's the kind of girl that you can't help but like. KATHERINE DAVIS is loyal to her school, and never has been known to break a single rule. RUSSELL DAVIS, the ladies' man, for some strange reason is a library fan. A Winning smile, and .curly hair-Watch WILLIAM DEAN, he's getting there. CLARA DE CARBO is quiet and re- served, Whatever she gets, she has de- served. DOROTHY DE NUCCIO never makes noise, and false rumor has it that she hates the boys. BARBARA DE VIVO talks to those who are nice, and we're sure you Will profit by her good advice. GRACE DICKEY's face so bright and sweet, gives joy to all whom she does meet. ANNABELLE DILLAR has beau- tiful eyes that give us a pleasing and charming surprise. MARIO DI MARZIO considers deep and long lest some haste should lead him into doing Wrong. With smiles galore, complexion fair, MARARET DIXON is free from every care. JOAN DOBELEK is a Winsome lassg she's one of the fa- vorites of the class. DOROTHY DOERR, We're Waiting to hear those jokes that you think so remarkably queer. Time may come and end our story, but not FRANK DOMBROSKI's football glory. JOSEPH DONEGANiis a very bashful lad ,When he hasn't done his night-Work, he wishes he had. IRENE DONSTON's ambition is in artg in making this annual she had her part. KATHERINE DORAN is small in stature, .We are sure nobody else could match her. Weeks may pass and years may end, yet ROBERT DOYLE is still a friend. Though ROBERT DUNLAP looks quite young, we're sure he'll never die unsung. As an athlete -JENNIE DUTKIN will shine, and as a member of our class she's fine. Blonde and handsome, or we're mistakeng but, too bad, girls, RAY- MOND EARDLEY's taken. WILLIAM ELLGAS has a Way with every girl in schoolg "Being nonchalant With all of them," is his unfailing rule. WILLIAM EMERY does his bestg he'll do for you what you request. ELEANOR EMERY is quiet and sweetg a truer friend you'll never meet. If all the girls Were like MILDRER FAIR, the World would never have a care. JOHN FILBY is not tall in height, but always has his lessons right. DORIS FISHER, a quiet lass is she, full of jest and youthful jollity. XXXXXXXNXXNXXXXXXXX JNXNXXXXXXXXXXXXXXY Q QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQXQQQQQQQ Q. QQQQQQQQQXNYYYYYYXQXQYYYXNYYYYYYXNXQX XXXXQ XXX! XQXXXXXXXXXXXX NNXXXNYXNNNNNXNYXNNYYYYYYYYYYXNNX' ' 0 f ' e 0 0 0 0 0 f 0 ' 0 ' NX' ' ' ' 9 9 9 7 Z A popular girl is GERALDINE FLICKQ from all the boys she may take her pick. BERNICE FLINNER's nick- name is funny, whoever heard of a nurse called "Bunny?" WILLIS FOSTER is a spirited boy who's always bubbling over with joy. A lovely girl is MARY LOUISE FRAZIER with a beautiful voice thrown in for good measure. RUTH FRAZIER's aim is to cook and sew, the result of that you all should know. KENNETH FREED is dignified, he couldn't be nicer if he tried. Of MAXINE FREEMAN, boys beware, her marksmanship is more than fair. BERT- RAM FULLWOOD's rather slow, but there's very little he doesnlt know. MARIE GALANT works very hard, re- sults appear on her report card. To DAVID GALASSO our hats we must doff, for some day he'll be a Rubinoff. JOSEPH GEBBIA's quietness is a fea- ture that makes him liked by every teacher. ANTHONY GENONE hopes to see his name engraved in the music Hall of Fame. On the mushball diamond DEAN GIBSON will shine, as a member of our class, we think he's fine. DONALD GIBSON is always in demand by the Scouts, Hi-Y, and Legion Band. AGNES GILFILLAN has coloring fair, her temperament matches her golden hair. JOHN GILLESPIE is the quiet sort, plus that quality, he's a good sport. FLORA GILMORE is an art staff mem- berg her paints and palettes we'll ever remember. RICHARD GILMORE seems to slay the girls. What's the reason? Could it be his curls? VICTORIA GINOCCHI and her curls are the envy of all the Senior girls. CLARA MAE GLENN has rosy cheeks which always get rosier when she speaks. BETTY GOLIS is never through doing the things a friend should do. Listen to that trumpet blare-HENRY GOLIS must be there. HAROLD GOOD is known by his skating, for stories of the rink, he's always relating. ARTHUR GORGACZ is rather quiet, but as a driver he's a riot. Tune in on a prize fight one year from now, NORMAN GRAZIANI will make his bow. GERT- RUDE GREEN must like her name, she chooses clothes the very same. KATH- LEEN GREENE is sweet and jolly, may- be that's why they call her "Polly." FRANCIS GREGOR's tall and fair, we envy him his curly hair. WILLIAM GUNTHER's a studious lad, we have yet to see him mad. DORATHE HACKETT in her studies does well, but in typing she does excel. A bashful boy is EDWARD HANNON, as afraid with a girl as he'd be with a cannon. DAVID HARRIS is slim and tall, he tops the crowd in every hall. JENNIE HART- MAN has charm and grace, and no one else could take her place. DON HEAD- INGS is a quiet sort, but is known to all as a very good sport. C H A R LE S HENRY is full of fun and he is liked by everyone. SAM HENRY is the jovial kind and when he is teased, he doesn't mind. 1 5 Z 1 4 f l l ' NYYNNYXNYYYYYYYYYXNYX' f ' ' ' 0 0 0 0 ' 0 ' 0 0 ' ' .Q NN' 0 0 0 0 ' ' NYXNNNYYXNNYYYXNNNYYNNYVYXNNYNYXNNYYYYXNYYNNYYNXNNNNNNXNXNNXNYYYYXYYYY X XNXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Y X JAMES HERBERG h a s m a n y friends around here-to be lonely is something Jim never need fear. WINI- FRED HERBERT is quiet and shy, espe- cially when, a boy draws nigh. EDWARD HERMAN is, you will find, very musi- cally inclined. JAMES HIGGINS CDim- plesb slays the girls and mourns the fact that he has no curls. It's great to know TOM HOLLIDAYQ he helps his friends in many a way. DOROTHY HOMER makes a violin sing as if it were a living thing. TIM HORAN draws comical car- toons, he likes Plymouths, girls, and harvest moons. E. LEWIS HOUGH, a curly-haired lad, as our business mana- ger, he's not bad. To dance is HELEN HUMME's desire, and of this art she'll never tire. PAULINE HUMPHREY is so sweet she sweeps the boys right off their feet. FLORENCE HUNT is dra- matically inclined, Hunt may be her name, but she surely is a find. ROBERT HUNTER a mechanic shall beg from his work, we draw this prophecy. Dibble, dabble in commercial art, that's where SALLY INGHAM takes a part. Small, dark-haired MIKE IOVANELLA is, be- yond a doubt, a very nice fellah. LOUIS IOZZI, as everyone knows, picks a guitar and a clarinet blows. EDWARD ISSACS is pleasant to know, his school- mates and teachers all think him so. MARTHA IVORY may not know Greek, but in her French she's never weak. ESTHER JACOB has golden hair and spreads her sunshine everywhere. PHILLIP JAMES is a terrible tease, but watch his mechanical drawing, please! EDWARD JAROSZ plays a clarinet, please find a girl he hasn't met. A basketball player is HELEN JOHNSQ in this she knows her pros and cons. MABLE JOHNSON is sweet and de- mureg as for grades-she's a winner sure. That's HALLET JOHNSTON's old Dodge you see, and riding beside him a cute Senior B. A bag of candy and a good book finds KATHERINE JONES in her favorite nook. BETTELOU KEN- NEHAN is neat in her dress, Home Eco- nomics shows her usefulness. FRED KENNY may seem to be rather shy but he'll throw you a smile as he's skating by. EDITH KETOLA is always calm, her presence is like a healing balm. THADDEUS KLAMUT observes with care to whom he speaks, how, when, and where. JOHN KOCH has had his share of luckg he's happy and carefree as Donald Duck. MARY JANE KOPAT- SKY has a pleasant smile, to have her as a friend is very much worth while . EDWARD KOSZELA plays like a flash in a basketball game, so we call him "Cash" JOSEPHINE KUBINSKI is a pretty blonde, of cooking and sewing she is very fond. HILDA LANG is always polite, she's full of fun and suits us just right. "Silence is golden" is LOIS LANG's rule, she's so quiet you never would know she's in school. DALLAS LANGFORD we recommend to those who want a loyal friend. HELEN LANGLANDS' red-gold hair is the envy of every Senior fair. ' NNN XX XXXXXXXXNXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Ne XXXXXX l f l 5 , Lf Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Nvwwwwxwxwxw Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q xw Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q NwxwwwxwxAxwwxxxwxwwwvvvvwxwxNxxwxwwvxwvvwvwxxwxxxx I 4 is XX NXXXXXXXXXXXXX ' 'YYXNYYXNNYYYYYYYNYYYN 'YYYYYYYXNNYNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYNNYYYYXN 0 e ' ' Q 0 ' 0 0 ' ' ' ' ' ' NXNYYYYYYXNNNYYYYYYYNYYX' X LOIS LEDDY's charm and grace go nicely with her pretty face. JAMES LEISHMAN's days are very full, he has no time to gather wool. ROSE LEONE has lots of fung she's sunshine bright for everyone. You always know when GAYLE LOVEVis around, for 'lack in stature she makes up in sound. JAMES LOWRY is a bashful boyg every teach- er's pride and joy C?J JAMES LUT- TON can skate and plus those black curls he breaks the hearts of the Junior girls. If DOROTHY LYTLE goes on the stage, we know that she will be the rage. DOROTHY MAHER's fond of sports and over the gym floor she cavorts. A well- liked lassie is GRACE MARIACHERg there isn't a student who'd slam or knock her. ANNA MARKELL, as you will find, is .quite musically inclined. LOUIS MARRANGONI has plenty of muscle and around the school he surely does hustle. A studious lad is LOUIS MAR- TEL-LO, we find him a very enjoyable fellow. If that handsome DAVID MAR- VIN makes you sigh, it's because he's the Robert Taylor of Ne-Ca-Hi. DAN MAS- TROPIETRO has girl friends galore, yet rumor has told us he's looking for more. There are few of ALFRED MELLOR's kind, who is lofty of stature as Well as of mind. JOSEPH MENZ is tall and agile, there's nothing about this boy that's fragile. JAMES MERRILEES is not so tall, but he excels in basketball. JEANNE METZ's hair is blonde, 'her eyes are blue, she is an essayist and an actress, too. RAYMOND MICALETTI, though he isn't very tall, excels in the art of playing football. If you hear a ring- ing laugh that can be heard for miles around, trace it to its source and HELEN MILLER will be found. EILEEN MITCHELL's neat appearance plus a pleasant smile make a combination well worth while. ISABELLE MITCHELL is quiet and sedate, and yet she's peppy too, and there's nothing in the whole wide world, she wouldn't do for you. PAULINE MIZAK is as pretty as she is tall. Did you ever watch her play bas- ketball? VERA MIZIAK is a good natured lass who is surely loved by all in her class. MARY MOLDVAN is quiet and sedate and with us Seniors she surely does rate. HARRY MORE- SKY is a lot of fung a boy who'll never be outdone. DOROTHY MORGAN is full of fung she's always, always, on the run. WALTER MORGAN spends most of his day learning just how a trombone' should play. WENDELL MORRISON's dulcet tones make us think of Allan Jones. CHARLES MURRAY of the Senior class would like a pretty Irish lass. A play-boy scholar with nut brown curls is ERNEST McCANDLESS, who draws the girls. MARIE MCCANN has lots of grit and nothing can ever make her quit. ELIZABETH MCCHESNEY, a lass with blonde hair, has a charming smile and a sweet winning air. JOHN MCCLURG is a mischievous boyg in teas- ing girls he finds much joy. GEORGE MCCURDY-there he goes! Spick and span from head to toes. Diligent DOROTHY MCELORY, who is fair and tall, keeps ardent suitors at her beck and call. 0 ' ' NXOYYYNYYYYYYYXNNYYXNYYYYYYXNNYN NYYYYYYNYYXNY NNNYYYYXNQYYXNXNYYYXNYNXNNYYXNYYYXNNNYNY KNNYYYYYYXNYYYYXNNNNNXNNNNNN NNNNYX' XXX 7 5 ' ' ' ' ' NNeYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNNYYYYYYYYYYYYNYYYXYYYYYYYYX YYY NYYXQ Ni NXNNYYY XXXXXX ovQQXAQQQQQQXQQQQQQQQQQQQQooo:oooovvooooovooooonvvooo XXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 5 ALICE McFARLAND is sweet and bright, some day she'll reach th at sought-for height. T E R E S A Mc- GIVERN is 7ta1l and f dramatic, she speaks and acts in a way that's emphatic. BERTILLA MCGUIRE is too kind to sneer, and only just seemingly severe. In the band PHILLIP MCGUIRE does shine, and all other things he does equ- ally fine. RUSSELL MCKISSICK speaks very low, but what he says is always so. N O R M A McLAUGHLIN's attractive face reflects her dignity and grace. JACK MCMILLEN is always politeg we hope his future will always be bright. While measured in inches, CHAR- LOTTE's not tallg her last name's Mc- WILLIAMS, and she's loved by all. AN- NETTA NARD is a pal true blueg if you knew her, you'd think so too. ESTHER NOWALK's grades are goodg she does her work as a student should. JENNIE NUCCI is quiet and sweet-her Work in shorthand is hard to beat. PAULINE OLTEAN is a dark-eyed maid, and ex- cellent always is her grade. At basket- ball JOE OSTROSKY is one of the best, and his playing would rate high in any test. SOPHIE OWOC is a lass with pretty, light brown hair, and frowns upon her happy face are very, very rare. CARRIE PADULA has big brown eyes wherein a heap of mischief lies. ELEA- NORA PALMER is a winsome lass, and her ability in French is hard to surpass. Although EDWARD PALUMBO has much wit, he is very shy of using it. RALPH PAPA's full of clever wit, in any crowd he's sure to fit. MARY PASCARELLA loves to dance, to Eleanore Whitney's place she'll advance. Without SARA PAT- TERSON what would we do? She is a pleasant girl and cheery too. JOHN PATTON is quiet and ever content and his time is never idly spent. For pos- sessing a tongue that runs for ages, VERA PATTON beats everyone on these pages. JANET PAYNE is a busy bee, always out for fun is she. ROBERT PEARSALL is free from worry and care, to find one like him is very rare. RUTH PETERSON has learned every rule of how to be a good sport in school. LIL- LIAN PETRILLI is quite a helpful maid, and has many charms that will never fade. STEPHANA P F E I F R U K was never known to shirk in school, at home, or in afny kind of work. FRANK PIATEK indeed is short, and life to him is only sport. FRANK PICATA is rather quiet, and quite bashful-you can't deny it. Says LEONA PREISEL, "Have your fun! Work before play should never be done." WALTER PRESH is debonair, and a potential Fred Astaire. ELLEN PUTT is quite petite, but even so, she can't be beat. JAMES QUARTA's curls we'd like to mussg we wish his curls had grown on us. MARTIN QUIMBY, friends, loves art, in this field he needs no start. CLYDE RAINEY, whom the girls all adore, has personality plus something more. EDWARD RAINEY is quite prone to amuse himself with a saxo- phone. l i Q Q Q my Q Q Q Q . Q Q Q Q Q Q 4 4 4 f Q Q Q v o v 0 f f o o 4 o o o o Q Q Q 4 0 Q - 0 Q Q Q NYYYYXNXNYYYXNXNYYYYYNNNNYXNNYYXNYXNYYYY 'NYYYNYYXNNY NYYYXNNNNXNXNKNX' NNNYXN XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXYXXXXXXXXX XXX XXXXX X NN XXXXXXXX X YYYYNYYXOYYYYYYYNYYYYNYYYXNYYY ' 0 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Q ' 0 0 0 0 0 OXXXXXNXXOXNXNQNQXXXXYYYY XX XXX I 6 6 O O 4 4 O 9 0 O 6 6 6 0 6 5 7 Z 5 1 Z 5 5 5 O 5 . i Z 4 5 Work is HAROLD RAMSEY's greatest sorrow, that's why he puts it off until tomorrow. "Oh, for ILMI RANTA's hair!" is every modern maiden's prayer. WILSON RAUB has hair of red, but his temper doesn't match, 'tis said. BETTY REIBER drove a big blue Dodge 'til she missed the door and hit the garage. To guard the hall is JACK REINHART's delight, especially if a girl's in sight. ELEANOR REYNOLDS is a football fan, pride and joy of the Reynold's clan. ANNA GRAYCE RICH- ARDS has a lovely swagger and when she smiles the men folks stagger. A quiet girl is VELERA RIGGINS and liked by all around these "diggins". ELLA RINGER would like to shirk that subject known as memory work. FRANK ROBINSONls a ladies' fellow-they go for his hair, it's smooth and yellow. NADINE RODENBAUGH and her be- witching smile please the students all the while. A flashing smile, a masculine sigh, and FRANCES ROGAN has just passed by. Short and sweet is MARG- ARET ROCK, she's studying now to be a cook. HANNA ROSENBERG is dark and happy, she'll argue with you, but she's never snappy. MERRITT ROW- LAND's hair is curlyg he plays his clari- net late and early. If you need a girl who's smart and prudent, page ANNA ROZAK, she's an honor student. Though WILLIAM RYBKA is quiet, he's bright, and he always has his lessons right. EVE- LYN SACRIPANT"s dark and vivacious, and we have heard that she's somewhat loquacious. Leave it to BEATRICE SANDLER to make all the noise, and leave it to her to smile at the boys. KELLY SANSOM's a southern man and he makes speeches as only they can. MIKE SCHENKER has jet black hair and doesn't seem to have a care. DAN SCHNEBLY's always talking, laughing, too, when he's around you can't be blue. Short and dark, not tall and fair, that's MARY SCHWEIK- ERT going there. Now JAMES SCILLA is so very shy, he's nervous if a girl draws nigh. HERMAN SERIGNESE is a bash- ful lad, and very seldom will you see him mad. FRANK SHAFFER is a teacher's find with his studious Zeal and intelli- gent mind. LOUISE SHAFFER can talk, laugh, and shout, and when there's some fun, she's never left out. THOMAS SHAFFER needs lots of rest but sleeps in study halls the best. WYLIE SHIRA's as solemn as can be, quite a bashful lad is he. JEAN SHOAF's singing is an art with which she could capture any heart. ANNIE SHOVER has a winning smile which proves she's pleasant all the while. IRENE SIBBERSON has charm and poise,-just ask any of the boys. WINIFRED SIMONS is sweet and de- mureg a friendship with her will surely endure. ANNA SLOSNERICK is a stu- dious lass, and is prepared in every class. JACK SMITH does everything he can as an enterprising business man. With our class JANE SMITH does rate, for neatness is her well-known trait. XX' JXXXXXX YYNYYYYXNXNYYNNYXNNNXNNNYXKNNYNXNNXOYXNX' ' 0 0 NN ' 0 ' ' 0 ' NYYXNNYXNNXNNXNXNYYYNNNYYYYXNNNNYYYNYYXNXNNNYYXNN 5 Z 1 NNANNNXNXXXXX NNXXNXXNYYNYXNYX X XNA NNNNXXNXXYXXXXXNNVN V-'NNYVS 'NNNNYYYYYY""""""""' + 'O NXNXNNX NA NNN Y X NN XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNN 'NN MARION SNIEZK is welcome on the team, for in basketball he is quite keen. A manner mild and meek does he proclaimg yes, that's right, STANLEY SNIEZEK is his name. Anywhere with MARY ALICE SNOW, her old green Buick is sure to go. LUCY SOLOMON, a studious girl, has jet black hair with a natural curl. RUTH SOUTIHWORTH is known for noble thought, and is well loved throughout our lot. HANNAH SPENCE is quite petite, plus all that she's really sweet. ED SPIGLER is a modern Lochinvarg just look for the girls, he won't be far. JENNIE SPIKER can cook and sew, someone lucky will win her we know. ED SPLAWINSKI is the jovial kind, with a kindness of heart, as you will find. ANNA STEVAS is a diligent worker and we know she'll never be called a shirker. ED STRAUS- BAUGH is a basketball star, and in this field he will go far. HELEN STRITZ- INGER is a very good poet, read the Girl Reserve News, it will show it. NORMA JEAN SYLING is quiet and serene, in Miss Gailey's art class she's always seen. LOUISE SZYMANSKI dances quite well, just watch her dancing and you can tell. WALTER SZYMKOWICZ and his auburn hair, plus his friendliness, slays girls every- where. ELLA MAE TAYLOR is short and sweet and in appearance very neat. LOIS THOMPSON has charm and grace and happy smiles light her face. NORA THOMPSON is quite vivacious but in her manner very gracious. PHILOMENA TOSCANO keeps go- ing on her gum, as for her lunch periods, she has none. A good disposition marks this boy, CHARLES TWADDLE is funny and spreads his joy. NANCIE UNDER- WOOD can always be seen riding in "Speck's" Plymouth of green. HELEN URMSON is really blonde, of her the boys are very fond. FRANCES VAL- ETTA is quiet but true, of her good points, these are just two. It's here, it's there, it's everywhere, -What? AN- GELINE VENDITTO's hair! ANTHONY VENTURELLA has brilliant mentality and is much preferred in this locality. MARIAN VOGAN is slim and serene, she has a sweet temper and she's never mean. DOROTHY WADLINGER is that witty girl, with real brains, and a natural curl. FRED WADLINGER is the kind that anyone is glad to find. EILEEN WAITE is sure and smart, with a merry smile and a happy heart. EVELYN WALLACE, the pride of our class, she knows all the answers, the pretty lass. If you need a little solace, go to chirping MARGARET WALLACE. P e r h a p s PAULINE WARSO seems quiet and shy, but "the truth will out" by and by. MINERVA WATERS is pretty and trim, a clever girl, with plenty of vim. THOMAS WEAVER is a happy lad, we can't imagine he'd ever be sad. Sleek, trim and dark, a Romeo, WILLIAM WESTLAKE slays girls as a beau. EDWARD WESTRICK is funny as a clown and he talks and talks all over the town. . Q YN XXXQXNXXXXX xXXX'XXXXXXXXXX ' ' ' ' YYYYYXNYYYYYYYXNNYYYNXNNYYXNNYXNY 0 ' 0 ' e ' ' e 4 ' 0 ' 0 ' 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 NYXNN' XXYWXYXO XXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNX NyyyyxQyyQyyyyyyyyyyyy................ .Ny....... SX, XXNNXNYYYX XOXXY JN K4 NY ' 0 ' ' ' ' 'XNYYYYYYYYYYYYX ' ' 'A YVX ' XXNXXXX as ' NYYYYYNYYVYYY NXNNY YYYNNYYYYYNYNN "Beautiful but dumb" doesn't apply to JUNE WHITLACH when she dances by. Do you hear the laughs and mild satire? -just passing by is RALPH WHITMIRE. JOE WIGTON is lots of fun, a true pal and a clever one. "Hall- way pass," the familiar call of ROBERT WILKISON in the front hall. JOE WIT- KOWSKI is an adventurous boyg helping a magician is his special joy. ESTHER WOLFE just journeys along, a peppy girl, with a smile and a song. NORA- BELLE WOLFORD has a golden voiceg she's a smart girl, and Howard's choice. You all know JAMES, the pride of the WOODS, he plays a bass viol in his witty moods. HAROLD WOOLWAY, his gray Chevie adorns, with crowds of kids and blaring horns. We sometimes ques- tion WILLIAM WRIGHT's acts, but Why not choose fun instead of brass tacks? A smiling chap is JOHN ZAKEL, any task he'll willingly tackle. A promising boy is this JOHN GWIN, we only wish he had a twin. ALSO GRADUATING WILLIAM NOLTE HONOR PUPILS ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CLASS GRADUATING JUNE 10, 1938 Patricia Bissell Ted Bukowski Victor Cabas Virginia Cartwright Catherine Clark Roberta Cleal Helen Cwynar Mary Lou Fulkerson Dorothy Hackett Louis Iozzi Esther Jacob Mable Johnson Edith Ketola Lois Leddy Dorothy Maher Louis Martello David Marvin Joseph Menz Dorothy McElroy William Nolte Esther Nowalk AWARDS Eleanora Palmer Ilmi Ranta Anna Rozak Dan Schnebly Mary Alice Snow Helen Stritzinger Anthony Venturella Dorothy Wadlinger Eileen Waite Norabell Wolford Prize offered by the Lawrence Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. -Won by WILLIAM NOLTE Prize offered by the New Castle News for general excellence in English during the high school course. -Won by PATRICIA BISSELL Prize offered by the Music Club for general excellence in music. -Won by HENRY GOLIS Prize offered by the Lawrence County Bar Association to the Senior with the highest rank in the four year Latin course. --Won by DOROTHY WADLINGER Prize offered by Bausch 8x Lomb Optical Company for progress in scientific studies. -Won by DAVID GALASSO Presentation of Prize offered by the Sons of American Revolu- tion for proficiency in chemistry. -Won by DOROTHY MCELROY Prize offered by the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Alumni Association of Pittsburgh for general excellence in mathematics during the high school course., -Won by DAVID GALASSO 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 ...... YYXNNN' YYXNNYNXK NXNNYNYXNNNYX 'NA NNXNYXQYYNYYY NNNNNNNNN' NNYYXNNNNYYYNYYNYYNYXNNNNXNYNYNXNXNYXN NYYYXQYYXNNYYXNYYYYYYYYYY 'YXYNYY NXNNYYXNXNYYYXNNYYNYYYYYNNYYYYXNX 0 YYXJNNYXNYYYYYYYYYYYNYYYYYYXNXNNYXYYYXNYYYYYYXXYYX YYNNNXNNY 0 0 0 0 0 WHO'S WHO IN NE-CA-HI SENIOR A'S President ........................ David Updegraff Vice President ............................ Val Kish Secretary ............................... Clara Coyne Treasurer., .... ....... M ary Lou Fulkerson JUNIOR A'S President ................ ....... N ed Davenport Vice President ....... .......... J oseph Ross Secretary ....... Treasurer ....... .......Susan Flick .......Carl Sherer SENATUS ROMANUS Pres1dent ................ ..,.. J .... S amuel Davy Vice President ...... ......... M arian Brown Secretary .......... ........Esther Jacob Treasurer ..,... ...... C onstance Watt GIRL RESERVES President .............,.................. Jane Haven Vice President ...... ....... G eraldine Flick Secretary ......,... Treasurer ..... , .....,....Ruth Payne ........Miriam Wimer SENIOR B HI-Y President ............................ Glenn Gordon Vice President .............. Daniel Woolcock Secretary ..........,.... ........ W illiam Bissell Treasurer ............ ....... S amuel Byers STUDENT COUNCIL President .......................... Francis Gregor Vice President .... .......... E dward Capitola Secretary ................,....... ,.Dorothy Maher Assistant Secretary ........., Dorothy Brest Treasurer ........,......,......... Geraldine Flick SOPHOMORE A OFFICERS President ............................. James Newell Vice President .......... Dorothy Stritzinger Secretary. ,..,. ...... ..,............ G l adys Reed Treasurer .... .......Robert Maher SENIOR B'S President ................. ........ G lenn Gordon Vice President ........ ........... H erb Owrey Secretary .............. ....... B arbara Parsons Treasurer ....... ....... D onald Wimer JUNIOR B'S President ...................... David Schoenfeld Vice President ..................... Jack McNeill Secretary ........... . ......... Jean DuHord Treasurer ....... ........ D elores Moore GERMAN CLUB President ................. ....... R ichard Gilmore Vice President .................... Fred Dengler Secretary ............... Dorothy Bodendorfer Treasurer ....... ........ ................ S a ra Zlnk STAMP CLUB President .,....................... Daniel Schnebly Vice President .................. Arthur Grimm Secretary ................ Mary Lou Fulkerson Treasurer ....... ......... M ary Louise Meehan NE-CA-HI STAFF Editor-in-chief .................. Patricia Bissell Associate Editor .............. Mable Johnson Business Manager .......... E. Lewis Hough CHEER LEADERS Roger Hawk Jack Dunlap Robert Back James Taylor Frank Robinson SENIOR HI-Y President ...................... Vice President ....... Secretary .......... ..... .Donald Headings .....Robert Walter .Charles Anderson Treasurer ....... ..... .... J o hn Gillespie FRENCH President ...................... CLUB ........Victor Cabas Secretary-Treasurer .......... Ted Bukowski -1--r"K XS ACTIVITIES MI MI 'YYNNNNXNYYYYYYYNYYYYYYNYYXNNYYYNYYY NXNXNYNYYXNNX NNYYYXNNNQ NNNYYXXXXYYYYYNYYYYXYYYYYNNYXXYYYYYXXYNNX XNYYYNXYXNYYXNXNNNYYYYNY I 0 0 O 0 n 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0 0 0 0 THE STUDENT COUNCIL President - - Francis Gregor Vice President - - Edward Capitola Secretary - Dorothy Maher Assistant Secretary Dorothy Brest Treasurer - Jerry Flick STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS SENIOR A-Francis Gregor, Edward Capitola, Jerry Flick, Dorothy Maher. SENIOR B-Willis Bates, Dan Woolcock, Dorothy Brest, Jane Haven. JUNIOR A-Ned Davenport, Lois Southworth, Virginia Frederick. JUNIOR B-Howard Lyons, Sam George, Jean Dufford. SOPHOMORE A-Ed Brown, Claribel Cope. SOPHOMORE B-James Hares, Lucille Maxwell. Student Council sponsored dancing in the gym during lunch periods. From money taken in at the school dance Council bought a piano for use in the Gym. They also supervised the cleanup days. Committees from Student Council had charge of the School Play "Stage Door" which was a great success. THE SENATUS ROMANUS FOURTH YEAR-JUNE, 1938 THIRD YEAR-JANUARY, 1938 Summa Cum Laude ........ Dorothy Wadlinger Magna Cum Cum Laude ......,........,. ........ Summa Cum Laude .................. Samuel Davy Laude Patricia Bissell Magna Cum Laude .......... Robert Meermans Esther Nowalk Cum SECOND YEAR-JANUARY, 1938 L d SRose Costa au 9 ..................,..... lwarren OFFICERS Summa Cum Laude .............. Marian Hughes Counsul Primus ..,......,.............. Samuel Davy Magna Cum Laude .................... Oliver Pisor Cons Cum Laude .... Shirley Potter, Jean DuEord, Scriba ..................,... .....,... E sther Jacob Catherine Wilson. Quaestor .............. ........ C onstance Watt Anna Abraham, II Patricia Bissell, II Marian Brown, II Theresa Cassella, II Rose Costa, I, II, III Samuel Davy, I, II, III Dorothea Donegan, I, II Jean DuEord, iCons.J Suzanne Flick, CCons.J Mary Margaret Flynn, II Edward Fortney, II Maxine Gillon, CCons.J Kathleen Greene, II Dorothy Hayes, II Sally Hares, II Marian Hildebrand, fCons.J Marian Hughes I-Junior High Awards. II-Caesar Honors. III-Cicero Honors. MEMBERS I i" WISH Esther Jacob, fCon Mable Johnson, II Doris Leddy, II Lois Leddy, II Howard Lyons Helen Love, I, II Dorothy Maher, II Barbara Matthews ul Secundus .... ....... Marian Brown Louis Martello, II Marie McCann, CCons.J Irwin Master, I Robert Meermans, III Jane Morris, II Esther Nowalk, II, III Oliver Pisor, I Shirley Potter Mary Alice Snow, II s.j Doreatha Stewart, II Maxine Templeton, II Dorothy Wadlinger, I, II, III Wilma Warso, II Constance Watt, I Warren White, II, III Kathryn Wilson, I Nell Young, II Cons.-"Conscripti," members elected by members of the club on recommenda- tion of the Latin Department. 7 5 Z 5 5 5 5 Z 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 Z 1 5 5 Z 5 Z 1 1 5 5 5 Z 1 1 1 5 5 5 1 5 9 5 1 5 5 5 f 0 4 5 0 5 Y NYYYX NYXNNNNN N NYYYNNXNNNNNNNNNNNYYYYYYYXNNNXNNNNXNY NYYX NNYYYYXNYXNXNYYYYYYYYY NYYYXNYYYYYYYYYYXNNYYYXNNNYXJXNNNNYYNYXNXJXNYXNYYYYYNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXNYYYYYYNNX' LE CERCLE FRANCAIS President - - Victor Cabas Secretary-Treasurer - - Ted Bukowski Program Chairman - Everett Hoffman MEMBERSHIP POST GRADUATE-Joe Wilk. SENIOR A-Ted Bukowski, Hazel Burry, Victor Cabas, Ruth Covert Dorothy McElroy, Eleanora Palmer, Janet Payne, Beatrice Sandler June Whitlach. SENIOR B-Marian Brown, Lenora Christley, Samuel Davy, Everett Hoff- man, Vanetta Houston, Emmy Lou Kleckner, Helen Love, Nell Young JUNIOR A-Edward Fortney, Betty Martin, George Miller, Helen Paul JUNIOR B-Dolores Moore, Joseph Paiano, Sophie Zubkousky. SUPERVISOR Miss Ethel Kelley 7 7 THE GERMAN CLUB The German Club has, within the past few years, become one of the socially and educationally successful organizations of the school. Under the able leadership of the officers and the supervisor, the club has undertaken to give its members a better knowledge of the country of Germany, its peoples, and its language, while at the same time a better social relationship has been established among the members. The club has been fortunate in having for its speakers men of out- standing ability in the field of German thought. Among these have been the Rev. A. M. Stump, a member of the Pennsylvania German Historical Society, Doctor Robert Perry, a recent student in Germany, and Mr. Heber Baldwin, student assistant in the Department of German at West- minster College. SUPERVISOR Miss Mary G. Riffer THE OFFICERS OF THE CLUB ARE: Praesident ------ Richard Gilmore Vize Praesident - - Fred Dengler Sekretaer - Dorthea Bodendorfer Schatzmeister ------- Sarah Zink THE ACTIVE MEMBERS ARE: Jess Badger Fred Dengler Jane Haven Wiley Shira Dorothea Bodendorfer Eleanor Emery James Lutton Wilbur Sloan Louise Brown Raymond Flavian Jeanne Metz Chalmers Sproull George Christoph Willis Foster Evelyn Plum Anna Stevas Mildred Coryea George Gardner Leona Preisel Ralph Turner Charles Coulter Richard Gilmore Edwina Raub Harold Woolway Edys Davenport Betty Haas Jane Rhodes Sarah Zink William Davis John Horner Dan Schnebly THE ASSOCIATE MEMBERS ARE: Eugene Brest Bob Flinner Pauline Nicarchos Margaret Usseltan Betty Buckley Virginia Frederick Robert Rappe Norman Waddington Francis Carlin Bob Glastetter Bill Rowland John Walzer John Drake Bob Green Emma Schuller Tom Wilcox Jess Dufford Bob John Miriam Shaffer Genevieve Wilk Lewis Finch Graham Mclntire Carl Sherer Isobel Douglas Edward Jurina Willard Tanny 4 4 4 4 5 O 4 5 5 5 Z 4 4 4 4 5 9 4 5 0 4 4 4 4 4 5 O 4 4 4 X 5 7 QXNXNYNYYYXNXNYXNNNYNNYNNYYYYYYXNYYYYY NXNX' NNYXNNNYYYYXNNYXNNNNYYYNNNNYYYNYYYYYYYYYYXNXNNYY NXYYYYXNY QYYXNYYYXNYYYYYYYYNYYYY NNNNYNYYYYYYYNYYYYYYYYYXNYYVXNYYYYNYNYYX NXNYYYXNYYYYYYYYYYYYXNYYYYYYYYX ' ' ' THE SENIOR HI-Y CLUB THE PURPOSE To create, maintain and extend throughout the school and com- munity, high standards of Christian character. The members endeavor to fulfill this purpose through clean living, in speech, in sports, and in scholarship. THE CLUB The club which is strictly confined to Seniors, is the final step in the ladder of Hi-Y clubs. The members meet regularly on Monday evenings at the Y. M. C. A. Mr. Joseph Lockley, a teacher in the local school system, is the able supervisor of the club. ACTIVITIES Among the activities may be listed a basketball team, a debate team, a Bible study contest, and many social activities such as a roller skating party, a scavenger hunt and other monthly social activities. OFFICERS President Donald Headings Vice President - Robert Walters Secretary Charles Anderson Treasurer - John Gillespie THE GIRL RESERVES One of the most outstanding of clubs in the Senior High School is the Girl Reserves Club. The membership includes all classes, making a total of two hundred and nine members. Each Monday evening they meet in the Y. W. C. A. where they are instructed how they may fulfill their three-fold aim, which in turn helps to mold them into ideal American women. Their meetings are concerned alternately with interest groups and programs. Various social functions are held throughout the year. The most prominent of this semester was the formal dance held at the Castleton. A cabinet of twenty-seven members is selected to work with the advisors to keep the club on a smooth running basis. OFFICERS President - ' - - - Jane Haven Vice President - Jerry Flick Secretary - - - - Ruth Payne Treasurer ------- Miriam Wimer Girl Reserve Secretary - - - Miss Dorothy Stewart Girl Reserve Advisors - Miss Mary Perdue, Miss Reba Sines COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Program Chairman ----- Evelyn Wallace Service Chairman - Audrey Bridenbaugh Devotionals Chairman - - Jane Smith Publicity Chairman Nancy Underwood Music Chairman - - Jean Chapman Membership Chairman - - - Jerry Flick Social Chairman - - Dorothy Brest NNYYYXNYYYXNNNYYYXNYYXNNYYXKNYYNXNNYYYXQX 'N NYYYYXN' NYXNNNXNYYNNYYYYN NNYNYY 'YYYXNYYYYYYYYYYNYNYXNYXNNYYYYNYYYY NXNNYYYNYXNNN NNN ' N NYYYYXYNY NNN XXXNX YNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNYYYYNYY NNYX' ' ' ' 0 ' ' ' ' A OXYYYYXXOXNYYYNNXXNXYYXN . ' ' YYYYYYYYYYYYYXNY ' ' 0 0 Q 0 NXNY KXYYY THE HALL PATROLS The one hundred and forty Hall Patrols in our school who have done excellent work this year deserve full credit for their efforts. They have two dutiesg the first is to handle traffic between periodsg and the second is to keep the halls in order by not permitting students or strangers to wander through the building without permission. The following are the Captains of the patrols: Captain in Chief-Jack Patton John Gillespie first period Charles Kerestly - second period Kyle Booth - third period Wilson Raub fourth period Jirn McWilliams - fifth period Ralph Annecillo - sixth period Louis Marrangoni - seventh period Wesley Double - eighth period Kelley Sansom ninth period THE DOFOBS Captain - Patricia Bissell First Lieutenant - - Edward L. Fortney Secretary-Treasurer - Ned Davenport t'The Dofobs," the name chosen to designate the Library Service Squad, has real significance, as it was originally used as the name of the club of literary friends which was headed by Charles and Mary Lamb, Southey and Coleridge. The name is made up of first letters of the following words: "Darned Old Fools Over Books". The Dofobs, although they enjoy life, are not so facetious as their name sounds. They do a fine piece of work for the school in handling the routine work of the library. Some' of their meetings are devoted entirely to work and others are of a social nature. THE DOFOBS Lillian Anderson Fred Benn Patricia Bissell Patricia Blaine Francis Brookman Roberta Cleal Marie Cray Edys Davenport Ned Davenport Katherine Davis Samuel Davy James Emerick Jerry Flick Edward L. Fortney Mary Lou Fulkerson Marie Galant Kathleen Greene Roger Hawk Dorothea Humphrey Pauline Humphrey Phillip Iozzi Esther Jacob Edward Jarosz Mable Johnson Val Kish Dan Mastropietro Marie McCann Jeanne Metz Isabelle Mitchell Esther Nowalk Eleanor Palmer Katherine Pander Barbara Parsons Hilja M. Pirkkala Edna Robinson Lucy Solomon Mary Alice Snow Helen Stritzinger Jeanne Taylor Marian Unangst Dorothy Wadlinger Julian Wenda Tom Wilcox Norabelle Wolford John Zakel ' 0 ' ' YXNNYYYYYYXNYYXNNNYNXNNYYYYXNNYNY NXNXNYYYYNYYYYYYYNYYYYYYYYYY NXNNNX' YYXNXXY x NX NXNYNYYYYYYNQYYNXNXNNXNNNN' YYYYYXNNNYYYN 4 NNYYYX N o 7 7 7 7 Z QYYXX NNY XNXNXXXXXXXXXYYNY NXXX X' 'YN 7 5 l 5 l THE BASKETBALL TEAM The 1937-38 Basketball team of the Senior High School won the Section 3 Title for the tenth time and were eliminated in the semi-finals of the eliminations for the W. P. I. A. L. Championship. Playing under the handicap of a slight epedemic of influenza, which hit the squad during the elimination games. The team, with a safe lead in a semi-final game of the championship series, lost in the final seconds of the game to the team which later won the championship. The influenza handicap plus a couple of questionable decisions by one of the officials in this last game of the season, led many of us to believe that our team was the out- standing one in the W. P. I. A. L. during the current season. The loss from graduation is exceedingly heavy as the following boys represented the red and black for the last time in Basketball: Edward Strausbaugh, Edward Koszela, Marion Sniezek, Tom Carey, Victor Nocera, David Updegraff, Joe Ostrosky and others. A feature of the current season was the fact that New Castle, Am- bridge, and Aliquippa, finished their regular season in a triple tie for the Section 3 Championship. New Castle demonstrated their right to the section championship by defeating both Ambridge and Aliquippa in play- off games. i ' A ' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ' 0 0 0 0 ' ' 0 0 NX? NX' Y NYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXOYYX The following is the 1937-1938 record: N. C. N. C. Opp. Kittanning 27 New Brighton .... ..... . 23 Farrell ....,.... 32 Ambridge ....... .,.... 2 9 Erie East ..... 34 Ellwood ........, ..... 1 8 Sharon ......... 20 Aliquippa .......... ..... 2 1 Kittanning 20 Beaver Falls ...... 30 New Brighton 48 Butler ............... ..... 1 6 Ambridge ...... 37 Ambridge ....... ..... 3 2 Ellwood ...... 36 Aliquippa ....... ..... 3 0 Aliquippa ...... 34 Dormont ........ .,... 2 5 Beaver Falls 31 Ford City ....... .,... 3 2 Butler .. ........... THE FOOTBALL TEAM The 1937 football season consisted of eleven games played, with six won, one tied, and four lost. The games lost were all by the margin of one touchdown and could have easily been won or tied. Financially, the current season was one of the best in the history of the high school. The Athletic Council was able to place 53,500 in a savings account for future contingencies. The eleven-game schedule was probably the most difficult the local high school has ever attempted. In an effort to lighten the schedule, the number of games scheduled for 1938 has been reduced to ten. A particularly gratifying thing in the 1937 season was the large number of pupils of the Senior and Junior Schools who attended the home garnesg the average attendance was well above 2,000 for these games. Many of the members of the 1937 football team closed their careers with the January and June graduating classes. Among those who will be missed next year are Frank Dombroski, Raymond Miccaletti, Tom Carey, Eddie Sovesky, Moonie Deep, David Updegraff, Jimmie Howley, and others. The following is the schedule of 1937: New Castle Opponent 12 ......,. ........ H ar-Brack at New Castle ......... ...... 0 19 ........ ........ B utler at New Castle .................,.. ....... 0 0 ........ ........ Y oungstown East at New Castle ....... ....... 7 20 ........ ........ B eaver Falls at Beaver Falls ..,..... ....... 0 13 ........ ........ W ashington at New Castle .....,... ....... 1 2 27 ........ ........ M artins Ferry at New Castle ........ .,.... 7 0 ........ ........ W arren at New Castle .................. ...... 0 7 ........ ........ M assillon at Massillon ..,..,......... ...... 0 0 ........ ........ H ammond at New Castle ....... ...... 6 0 ....,... ........ M idland at New Castle ......., ...... 6 0 ........ ........ S haron at New Castle ......... ...... 7 98 45 YXNN' XXXN YYYYYXNNYYNXNXNYNXNNXNXNNYNYXNYNXNXOXOYYY ' ' ' f 'NN NYYYYYYYYYXNNNNY NXNNNNNNYYYYYYYYXNXNYXNYYXNYYYYYX NNXXYYXXXXYXXNXYXXNYYYYXNYYYYY NXXXYXYYYX NNXXNNXNNNAA NNYXNXYNXNXYYVYYYYYXXXXXYYYYYXNXYYYXXX 'XNXYXXXXYX 0 0 0 0 Q 0 A 0 0 O 0 Q Q O 9 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q Q O 0 0 0 0 0 0 v Q 0 Q 0 0 9 9 THE TRACK TEAM At the time of this writing the 1938 Track Squad has participated in but two Meets. In the inter-class Track Meet, the Sophomore B Class won the Senior High School Championship and became the first class to have their name engraved on the beautiful Mather Memorial Trophy donated by the Mather Jewelry Company in honor of the late Li. B. Mather. This trophy will be competed for annually in determining the school Track Champion. In a dual Meet with Warren High School, New Castle was de- feated rather decisively. Meets yet to be participated in include Butler at Butler, Grove City at New Castle, and the W. P. I., A. L. Champion- ships at Pittsburgh. .BJ THE GOLF TEAM Personnel of the Golf Team: John Monsey Bruce Headland Ted Bukowski Jerry Vitto Alfred Bucci The 1938 golf team has won all of its matches to date except the match with Ellwood City at Ellwood City. At this writing, it has defeated Beaver Fall twice, Ellwood once, Butler once and East Liverpool. It still has matches with Butler at Butler and Sharon at home. In case the team should win the match at Butler, it will represent Section 7 in the elimina- tions of the W. P. I. A. L. for the golf championship of the league. The 1938 team is probably the best balanced team we have had to date but lacks one or two outstanding players to be a really great team. The re- sults of the matches are as follows: Score N. C. Opp. Friday, April 22 ................ New Castle at Beaver Falls .......... 9Vz to 516 Tuesday, April 26 ............ Ellwood at New Castle ................ 12 to 3 Friday, April 29 .............. Butler at New Castle .........,.......... 12W to ZW Tuesday, May 3 ................. Beaver Falls at New Castle .... ...11 to 4 Friday, May 6 .................... New Castle at Ellwood ............ .. 5 to 10 Tuesday, May 10 .............. Liverpool High at New Castle ...... 7 to 5 Friday, May 13 ................ New Castle at Butler .................... 4V2 to 10Vz Tuesday, May 17 .............. Sharon at New Castle .................. 12V2 to 2Vq New Castle was represented by Bruce Headland and John Monsey in W. P. I. A. L. Medal Playoff at Greensburgh on May 18. Headland was tied for 3rd with a 77 and Monsey 7th with a score of 80. Headland will play the 4th position for the W. P. I. A. L. at the State Champion- ship playoffs at State College on Friday and Saturday, May 27 and 28. YXNXNXNXQYXXXXYXXNXYXXNXNXXNXXXNXXXXNXXQXX XNXXXNYYYXX NNXXXXXXNNXXXYXXRYYXN XXXKNXXXXXXXYYXXXXXXNXYXKNYXNYN NXXXXXXNXXXXXYYYXNNN ..... ...... ... ........ ..... .. . . .Q .... . .. . .. . ... .... .. o.. ... . ..... o... . . o XX' X ,, ,s X Q W , ,s A X ,X XV' ,, X5 WX X V' XW WI Y N X' W X,l wt 74' XXX 7X 15X XX ' Xy X X X X , X X , X X f, X 4' 92 lx 54 0 0 ya Vx ya , 9 , vs ws yx vi - X X ' , ,,, X , gs X sf 1 X X i X X X I A .yy X6 E54 14X XXX ,X XO' 'gil XG, X9, XM' XWV XAX XXX Xu! 'VH vs: ,el QX xx K X' ,,,X X351 X93 lea lf, XO: 'QX XL gy' -V XQIX XQX X,f,4X 'XX XX QM XOX X4 Xw f,KX QYX X We XV ,OX XSX 5,4 AX XXX XX, XXX QV' 3 3 X X X X ' ' X X xi 9 Xgl XX X - MX WX ,,4X X QW X Xu vi XIV H l l 1 . ,I -4 A l A5 -9' x N l-' l if I W yur' X " X 'J Z .F ., J E 1 , xx 6 ' Q Q -A. 5 141, 3 11,127 "STAGE DOOR" Friday, March 11, the members of the dramatic class, under the direction of Clara M. Hartsuf, presented "Stage Door," a comedy by Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman. Though "Stage Door" is chiefly a comedy, there are moments of dramatic ten- sion. The story concerns a large group of ambitious girls who have come to New York to study acting and find jobs in the theater. The scene is Mrs. 0rcutt's board- ing house for theatrically-minded young ladies, where all the hopes and ambitions of sixteen young women are revealed in scenes of keen observation and entertaining comedy. In contrast to these are the pathetic cases of the girl without talent and to the elderly actress whose days are overg but the central plot has to do with the courageous Terry Randall, who fights her way determinedly into a position in the theater, turning down an offer from Hollywood. "Stage Door" was very successful as the school play chiefly because of the guidance of Miss Hartsuff. Olga Brandt .......,................ Jean Miller Bernice Niemeyer .... Lucilla Casacchia Susan Paige ...,................ Mary Campbell Mattie .............................,...... Lois Leddy Mary Harper iBig Maryb Dorothy Lytle Mary McCune fLittle Maryb ................ Edys Davenport Madeleine Vauclain ,,...... Helen Urmson Judith Canfield Ann Braddock Mrs. Orcutt ..... Kaye Hamilton Louise Shaffer Marie Cray Doreatha Stewart Dorothy Maher Pat Devine ........ ..... B arbara Yoho Jean Maitland . Bobby Melrose Louise Mitchell Vera Patton Linda Shaw ...... Jean Bartsch Eileen Waite Dorathe Hackett Kendall A dams Frank .,...................... Terry Randall .... Florence Hun? Ernest McCandless Beatrice Sandler Sam Hastings ................ Bob Carpenter Jimmy Devereaux Jim Higgins Fred Powell ........ ......... J oe Wallace Lou Milhauser David Kingsley Keith Burgess ..... Frank Robinson Delmar Probst Clyde Rainey Mrs. Shaw ........ Marjorie Collingwood Dr. Randall .................... Delmar Probst Ellen Fenwick ...... .... C arrie Padula Tony Gillette ........ ..... Larry VVestcott .. Billy ................... Adolph Gretzl ....,,...... Ruth Prosser Ralph Whitmire Ralph Annecillo Edward Fortney NXXNNNYNYXYYXXNYXXXXNNYYNXXXXYYYNXXXN NYYYYYYXXNX' XR KX 'YXXXYYYXXQ XNXNYXNNXXNNXXKNXNXXXNXYXNYYYYXNNXN YXYYYVXNYYYXX " "' " ' ' " "' "" 0' ' YXNXNX YYNNN "CHINA BOY" CAST OF CHARACTERS Mrs. Parker - Will Parker - Annie - Bill Parker - Selma Parker - Bob Troutman - Lulu Mae Robinson Charlotte Mack - George Robinson Mark Willis - - Beatrice Sandler - Clyde Rainey Lucilla Casacchia - Farnk Robinson - Louise Shaffer - James Higgins - Dorothy Lytle Norma Jean Syling Ernest McCandless - Bob Carpenter The June class of 1938 presented their Senior Play on Friday evening, April 29, 1938. The play was entitled "China Boy," a three-act comedy by James Reach and Tom Taggart. SYNOPSIS Will Parker is the principal of the Middlesboro High School. He and Emily, his wife, are having a troublesome time with their children-Bill, seventeen, and Selma, a year younger. Bill is wrapped up in football and Selma has only one interest in lifeg she has her heart absolutely set on winning the Middlesboro Munchie-Crunchie Ice Cream Contest and getting a free trip to Hollywood for herself and her mother. Suddenly they receive word that Emilyls sister's son, Mark, is being sent to the Parkers for his education in America. Mark is always trying to be helpful and if anything goes wrong he is right there with a quota- tion from Confucius to fit the case. Then Lulu Mae Robinson, a twelve year old terrorist tells Mark he must get in wrong with his aunt and uncle. Whatever he tries turns out "right" instead of "wrong," Mark finally establishes himself as being "regular" only after every possible laugh is extracted from this richly comic situation. THE CHORUS This picture witnesses the fact that our Chorus has grown greatly in a year's time. Last semester ended with an enrollment of fifty-eightg this semester began with an enrollment of one hundred and fifty. Out- standing events in the year were the Christmas Caroling and Christmas partyg the January Bacclaureateg the singing of the Girls' Chorus at the Scottish Rite Dinner-Danceg the pre-Easter Concert, preceded by the Easter partyg the recording of some of our numbersg and finally the June Baccalaureate. It has been a busy year, and one full of progress, with the promise of greater things ahead. The Chorus has been under the instruction and guidance of our very able leader, Mr. Robert Duff. li x l i m y XNXNXXNWNWXNWNXXXYXXXXYNQXVYYXNXXXYXXYXXYXXXXXNXXXX XXXXYNYYYYYYYYYXN NXNXNNK' XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXYXX 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0 o 5 0 9 0 o A I . 0 0 0 0 0 O Q 0 0 0 0 A Q Q 0 Q A 0 Q 0 0 Q 0 o Q 0 0 0 0 Q 4 Q 0 0 4 0 Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0 0 0 0 O O 0 0 0 0 Q 0 Q Q Q o Q Q THE BAND WMHlWllf T f' f' 3? li 1, I I THE ORCHESTRA THE SENIOR CLASS SONG CTune--Thanks For The Memoryj Thanks for the memories-of days at Ne-Ca-Hi How soon the years Went by! We've had our fun, and now we're done- We hate to say goodbye, But thank you so much. Thanks for the memories- of footballs in the fall, Dances in the hall, Circus days, our senior play, and parties we recallg How lovely they were. Oh, many's the night spent in cramming, For finals We never saw through But gone are the days of jamming No harm was done-no more will come, so Thanks for the memories-of little slips of pink, For days We couldn't think But these have past and now at last We really own a dink-so Thank you so much. -Edith Ketola Rel, Q A V 4 so 4 O jason.. 0 4 X 4 ' NYYYXN X... YYYYXNNNNNNYYYYYYYY Z 5 Z Z 4 4 4 5 Z 5 5 4 5 5 5 Z 5 Z 5 4 4 5 Z 5 5 4 5 5 Z 5 Z 4 4 5 f 4 Z 1 I f f 0 4 5 4 4 1 5 4 4 5 5 7 5 5 4 5 4 4 1 1 Z ! 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VX XXX XXXXXXX XXXXXXXYX XX XXXXXXXXX XXYY XX XNXX XXXXX XX ALICE BUTKOWSKI BETTY CAMPBELL Class Basketball 1111 Class Newcomb 1101 Class Volley Ball 1101 Shorthand Awards 111-121 Etiquette Club 1111 Leaders Club 1111 Rooters Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Sub-squad Leader 110-111 May Day Festival 1111 Gym Exhibition 1101 TED BUKOWSKI French Club 111-121 Golf 111-121 ALFRED BURGO Monitor 1121 Art Staff 1121 HAZEL BURRY Squad Leader 1121 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Cabinet 1121 French Club 1121 Leaders Club 111-121 Rooters Club 111-121 Good Citizenship Club 1121 May Day Festival 1111 VICTOR CABAS Varsity Football 111-121 Manager 111-121 French Club 1121 President 1121 Track Manager 110-111 Monitor 1121 Member of Athletic Council 1121 RAYMOND CALIERN Track 111-121 Monitor 1121 Class Basketball 1111 MARY CAMPBELL Student Council 1111 "Stage Door" 1121 Student Representative 1101 Sub-treasurer of Class 1101 Etiquette Club 1111 Leaders Club 111-121 Rooters Club 111-121 Good Citizenship 'Club 1121 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Rooters Cllub 111-121 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Leaders Club 1111 Etiquette Club 1111 WILLIS CAMPBELL Junior Varsity Football 1101 Track 110-111 Varsity Football 111-121 Lincoln Hi-Y 1111 Senior Hi-Y 1121 Perfect Attendance 1111 Rooters Club 1121 Monitor 1121 EDWARD CAPITOLA Student Council 1121 Track 111-121 Varsity Football 111-121 Home Room Representative 11 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Usher 1121 Rooters Club 111-121 Leaders Club 1111 Monitor 1111 TOM CAREY Varsity Basketball 111-121 Varsity Football 111-121 Track 111-121 Rooters Club 111-121 Usher 1121 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Monitor 1111 CLIFFORD CARLSON Music Contest 1101 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Rooters Club 1121 Monitor 110-11-121 Captain 1121 BOB CARPENTER Rooters Club 1121 Wrestling Club 1121 Rifle Club 1121 Monitor 111-121 Captain 1121 "Stage Door" 1121 "China Boy" 1121 Good Citizenship Club 1121 BOB CARTWRIGHT Monitor 1111 Rooters Club 1111 Rifle Club 1111 1-121 ROBERT CARRIGAN Perfect Attendance 110-11-125 Rooters Club 1115 Good Citizenship Club 1115 Rifle Club 1115 VIRGINIA CARTWRIGHT Girl Reserves 110-11-125 Cabinet 1125 Perfect Attendance 110-125 Gym Exhibition 1105 May Day Festival 1115 Rooters Club 1115 Shorthand Awards 1115 Filing Award 1115 Service Squad 1125 COSMO CASACCHIA Monitor 1125 Class Basketball 1125 Good Citizenship Club 1125 LUCILLA CASACCHIA Rooters Club 111-125 May Day Festival 1115 Good Citizenship Club 1125 'Tune In" 1115 "Stage Door" 1125 "China Boy" 1125 Gym Exhibition 1105 Etiquette Club 1115 Leaders Club 1115 Home Room Program TERESA CASSELLA Leaders Club 1115 Etiquette Club 1115 Good Citizenship Club 1115 Latin Senate 110-11-125 Rooters Club 1115 LOUIS CASTRUCCI Monitor 1 1 15 Shorthand Awards 1115 PAUL CHAMBERS Monitor 111-125 Rooters Club 1125 RUTH CHAPMAN Girl Reserves 11 0-1 1-125 Cabinet 11 15 Good Citizenship Club 1125 Etiquette Club 110-1 15 Rooters Club 111-125 Leaders Club 11 15 Gym Exhibition 1115 JACK CHEEK Monitor 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Class Basketball 110-11-125 Class Volley Ball 110-115 Squad Leader 111-125 Good Citizenship Club 1125 Rooters Club 111-125 Leaders Club 1115 Library Squad 1115 Shorthand Awards 1125 Gym Exhibition 1105 Etiquette Club 1115 May Day Festival 1115 FRANCES COZZA Shorthand Awards 1125 Good Citizenship Club 1125 Rooters Club 1115 RICHARD CRAMER Music Contest 110-11-125 "L1elawala" 1115 "Tune In" 1125 Male Quartet 111-125 Band Manager 111-125 Home Room Program Chairman 1125 PHYLLIS CRANE Girl Reserves 11 1-125 Rooters Club 1115 Good Citizenship Club 1125 Leaders Club 11 15 FRANCIS CRAY Home Room Representative 1115 Class Basketball 1105 Monitor 110-11-125 Usher 1115 Track 110-11-125 Junior Varsity Football 1115 Good Citizenship Club 1125 Reserve Basketball 1115 STEPHEN CUNNINGHAM Rifle Club 1115 Rooters Club 1115 Good Citizenship Club 1125 TED CUTLER Varsity Football 110-11-125 Varsity Basketball 1105 Class Basketball 1115 Varsity Track 1115 Monitor 110-11-125 French Club 1115 Leaders Club 1115 Good Citizenship Club 1125 HELEN CWYNAR Rooters Club 1115 Good Citizenship Club 1125 JANE CWYNAR Leaders Club 1115 Rooters Club 1115 Good Citizenship Club 1125 JOHN CWYNAR Usher 11 15 JOSEPH DALESANDRO DOROTHY DeNUCCIO Music Contest 1101 U Perfect Attendance 1101 Monitor 1121 ROSE DALTORIO Good Citizenship Club 1121 WILLIAM DAMASKON Perfect Attendance 110-11-121 Rooters Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 EDYS DAVENPORT "Stage Door' 1121 Library Squad 110-11-121 Lieutenant 1121 German Club 111-121 Etiquette Club 1111 Leaders Club 1111 Rooters Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 KATHERINE DAVIS Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Library Squad 111-121 Good Citizenship 1121 RUSSELL DAVIS Student Council 1111 Home Room Representative 110-111 Class Basketball 110-111 Shorthand Awards 111-121 Gym Exhibition 1101 Etiquette Club 1111 Leaders Club 1111 CLARA DeCARBO Squad Leader 1101 Class Volley Ball 1101 GRACE DICKEY Girl Reserves 111-121 Newspaper 1121 Etiquette Club 1111 Leaders Club 1111 Rooters Club 111-121 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Rifle Club 111-121 ANNABELLQE DILLER Girl Reserves 1101 Class Basketball 1101 Gym Exhibition 1111 Rooters Club 111-121 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Etiquette Club 1111 Leaders Club 1111 MARIO DiMARZIO Rooters Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Hi'Y 00415 MARGARET DIXON Class Basketball 110-11-121 Perfect Attendance 1101 Monitor 110-111 Etiquette Club 1111 Leaders Club 1111 Rooters Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Junior Varsity Football 1111 WILLIAM DEAN Monitor 1121 Hi-Y 1111 Home Room Program Chairma Good Citizenship Club 1121 Track 1111 BARBARA DeVIVO Dismissal Squad 1121 May Day Festival 1111 Etiquette Club 1111 Leaders Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Gym Exhibition 1101 n 1111 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Shorthand Awards 1121 Etiquette Club 1111 Leaders Club 1111 Rooters Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 JOAN DOBELEK Perfect Attendance 111-121 Shorthand Award 1111 Etiquette Club 1111 DOROTHY DOERR Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Squad Leader 1121 Rooters Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 May Day Festival 1111 JOSEPH DONEGAN Class Basketball 11 1-121 Monitor 1121 NXNXYYYXXXXXXXXXXXXN KYYXXX NYNNYYYXNYYYYYYYNNYYYNYNYYYNYNYXNYXNYYYY 'NYYYYYYX ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 0 ' ' ' 0 0 YYXN'YYYYXNYYNXNXNNYYYYVYYYY NYYYNXNNYYYYY NXXYXXX' Y YXSSQSSSSSN YYY 0 NYNNQYNYYNNNYYYYNYN Y NNN NWA SXSW' ooo 0 NNN NYYYY e NYYYYYYNNYYYYYYYYYYY TYYYYNN ' ' 0 0 FRANK DOMBROSKI Class Basketball 110-11-121 Varsity Football 111-121 Office Squad 1121 Track 111-121 Junior Varsity Football 1101 i IRENE DONSTON Art Staff 1121 ROBERT DOYLE Music Contest 110-121 Class Basketball 1101 Shorthand Awards 1121 Leaders Club 1111 Etiquette Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 May Day Festival 1111 ROBERT DUNLAP H Perfect Attendance 111-121 Shorthand Awards 1121 Sub-treasurer of Class 1111 Home Room Program Chairman 1121 IENNIE DUTKIN Student Representative 1101 Class Basketball 110-11-121 Class Volley Ball 110-111 Class Newcomb 1111 Squad Leader 1121 Etiquette Club 1111 RAYMOND EARDLEY Music Contest 110-111 Monitor 110-11-121 Usher 110-11-121 Rooters Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Etiquette Club 1111 Leaders Club 1111 WILLIAM ELLGAS Hi-Y 110-11-121 Class Basketball 1121 Monitor 111-121 Etiquette Club 1111 Leaders Club 1111 Rooters Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Rifle Club 1111 Junior Varsity Football 1111 WILLIAM EMERY Perfect Attendance 110-11-121 ELEANOR EMERY Girl Reserves 1111 Newspaper 1111 Music Contest 1121 Perfect Attendance 110-111 Girls' Ensemble 1121 German Club 111-121 Rooters Club 1121 Good Citizenship Club 1121 May Day Festival 1111 MILDRED FAIR Etiquette Club 1111 Leaders Club 1111 Rooters Club 111-121 Good Citizenship Club 1121 JOHN FILNBY Monitor 1121 DORIS FISHER Dismissal Squad 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 May Day Festival 1111 JERRY FLICK Student Council 1121 Treasurer 1121 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Cabinet 111-121 ' Vice President 1121 Newspaper 1121 Class Basketball 110-11-121 Class Volley Ball 1111 Class Newcomb 1101 Perfect Attendance 110-111 Library Squad 1121 Sub-treasurer of Class 1121 Squad Leader 110-11-121 Gym Exhibition 1101 Leaders Club 1111 Rooters Club 1121 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Rifle Club 1111 Treasurer 1111 May Day Festival 1111 BERNICE FLINNER Squad Leader 1111 Girl Reserves 1111 Gym Exhibition 1101 Leaders Club 1111 Rooters Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 May Day Festival 1111 Rifle Club 1111 WILLIS FOSTER Hi-Y 1121 Class Basketball 1111 German Club 111-121 Wrestling Club 1111 Rifle Club 1111 Track 1111 MARY LOUISE FRAZIER Rooters Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 RUTH FRAZIER Gym Exhibition 1101 Etiquette Club 1111 Rooters Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 May Day Festival 1111 KENNETH FREED Monitor 1101 Good Citizenship Club 111-121 Advertising Squad 1121 MAXINE FREEMAN Squad Leader 111-121 Girl Reserves 1111 Gym Exhibition 1101 Rooters Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Rifle Club 1111 May Day Festival 1111 MARY LOU FULKERSON Class Treasurer 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staf 1121 Girl Reserves 111-121 Newspaper 1121 Cabinet 1121 Perfect Attendance 1121 Library Squad 1121 News Reporter 1121 Leaders Club 1111 Rooters Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Stamp Club 1121 ' Secretary 1121 Rifle Club 1111 Vice President 1111 Home Room Program Chairm Etiquette Club 1111 BERTRAM FULILWOOD an 1121 Perfect Attendance 11 0-1 1-121 Monitor 1111 Track 1121 MARIE GALANT Class Basketball 1111 Shorthand Awards 111-121 Library Squad 111-121 Lieutenant 1121 Gym Exhibition 1101 Rooters Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 DAVID GALASSO Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 Student Representative 1121 Music Contest 110-11-121 Perfect Attendance 110-11-121 Monitor 1121 Sub-treasurer of Class 1121 Good Citizenship Club 1121 ANTHONY GENONE Music Contest 1101 DEAN GIBSON Home Room Representative 11 Assembly Squad 1121 Rooters Club 1111 Monitor 1101 DONALD GIBSON Student Council 1111 Dismissal Squad 1121 Captain 1121 Hi-Y 110-11-121 Perfect Attendance 110-111 Monitor 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 AGNES GILFILLAN Girl Reserves 111-121 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Rifle Club 1111 Etiquette Club 1111 Leaders Club 1111 JOHN GIL-LESPIE Monitor 1121 Captain 1121 Hi-Y 111-121 Treasurer 1121 Perfect Attendance 111-121 Good Citizenship Club 1121 FLORA GILMORE Art Staff 1121 Perfect Attendance 1101 Rooters Club 1121 Good Citizenship Club 1121 21 SKA' Y P 'X 'XNYYXNNYYXNYYYYYXNNXNYYYYXN' X YXOYXNYXNN as N Q I 0 ' NNYYYYYYYYYYXOYYYXNYYNYYYY 1 NYYXXNYYYXOYNNYYXNXNXNN 'XNYX 'XNNYYXOYYYYXNXOYNYYYXNYXNYYYXNK' NYXNYYYYNYX Yn'X'X'YX4vN1N ' ' AN NNNXNYYYYYYYNNYNYYYXNYYYYXNNNNNYXNNYY XNXNNNNNX RICHARD GILMORE Student Council 1115 1 Senior Hi-Y 1125 Perfect Attendance 110-11-125 German Club 1125 President 1125 Usher 1125 Good Citizenship Club 1125 May Day Festival 1115 Home Room Program Chairman 1125 VICTORIA GINOCCHI Squad Leader 110-11-125 Girl Reserves 110-115 Class Basketball 110-11-125 Class Volley Ball 110-11-125 Class Newcomb 110-115 Perfect Attendance 110-11-125 Gym Exhibition 1105 May Day Festival 1115 Leaders Club 1115 Etiquette Club 1115 Rooters Club 111-125 Good Citizenship Club 1125 CLARA MAE GLENN Perfect Attendance 110-125 French Club 1115 Good Citizenship Club 1125 BETTY GOLIS Home Room Representative 1115 Squad Leader' 1115 Gym Exhibition 1105 Rooters Club 111-125 Good Citizenship Club 111-125 HENRY GOLIS Class Secretary 1105 Student Council 1105 Home Room Representative 1105 Music Contest 110-11-125 Monitor 1125 May Day Festival 1115 HAROLD GOOD Hi-Y 1125 Monitor 110-115 Rooters Club 1125 ARTHUR GORGACZ Rifle Club 1115 Junior Varsity Football 1115 NORMAN GRAZIANI Good Citizenship Club 1125 GERTRUDE GREEN Girl Reserves 1125 Rooters Club 1125 Good Citizenship Club 1125 KATHLEEN GREENE Library Squad 1125 Latin Senate 111-125 Etiquette Club 1115 Leaders Club 1115 Rooters Club 111-125 Good Citizenship Club 1125 FRANCIS GREGOR Student Council 110-125 President 1125 Student Representative 110-125 Hi-Y 1125 Perfect Attendance 1115 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Good Citizenship Club 111-121 NORA THOMPSON Sub-treasurer of Class 1121 Rooters Club 111-121 Etiquette Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 PHILOMENA TOSCANO Gym Exhibition 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Leaders Club 1111 Etiquette Club 1111 Rooters Club 111-121 May Day Fcstival 1111 CHARLES TWADDLE Monitor Squad 110-11-121 Captain 1111 Student Representative 1111 Sub-treasurer of Class 1111 NANCIE UNDERWO OD Girl Reservcs 110-11-121 Cabinet 1121 Newspaper 111-121 Gym Exhibition 1111 Rooters Club 1111 Rifle Club 1111 May Day Festival 1111 HELEN URMSON Student Representative 1121 "Stage Door" 1121 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Sub-treasurer of Class 1111 Gym Exhibition 1111 Rooters Club 111-121 Planning Committee 1111 Rifle Club 111-121 Etiquette Club 1111 Leaders Club 1111 May Day Festival 1111 DAVID UPDEGRAFF Class President 111-121 Junior Kiwanian 1121 Class Basketball 110-11-121 Varsity Football 111-121 Monitor 1121 Assembly Squad 1121 Captain 1121 Usher 1121 Leaders Club 1111 Rooters Club 111-121 Etiquette Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Home Room Program Chairm Junior Varsity Football 1101 FRANCES VALETTA Shorthand Awards 1121 Etiquette Club 1111 Rooters Club 111-121 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Leaders Club 1111 ANGELINE VENDITTO Sub-treasurer of Class 1121 Girl Reserves 1121 Squad Leader 1121 May Day Festival 1111 Etiquette Club 1111 Rooters Club 111-121 Leaders Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1121 ANTHONY VENTURELLA Rooters Club 111-121 Leaders Club 1121 MARIAN VOGAN "Tune In" 1111 Girl Reserves 111-121 Perfect Attendance 1111 Leaders Club 1111 Rooters Club 111-121 Etiquette Club 111-121 Good Citizenship Club 1121 DOROTHY WADLINGER Girl Reserves 1121 Class Basketball 1101 Library Squad 1121 Latin Senate 110-11-121 French Club 1111 Etiquette Club 1111 Rooters Club 111-121 Good Citizenship Club 1121 Leaders Club 1111 an 1121 FRED WADLINGER JUNE WHITLATCH Perfect Attendance 11 15 EILEEN WAITE "Stage Door" 1125 Girl Reserves 110-11-125 Perfect Attendance 110-1 1-125 Shorthand Awards 1115 Dismissal Squad 1125 Gym Exhibition 1105 Etiquette Club 1115 Rooters Club 111-125 Good Citizenship Club 1125 May Day Festival 1115 EVELYN WALLACE Girl Reserves 111-125 Cabinet 1125 Sub-Treasurer 1125 Etiquette Club 1115 Announcement Squad 1125 Captain 1125 Rooters Club 111-125 Leaders Club 1115 Good Citizenship Club 1125 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 PEGGY WALLACE Girl Reserves 110-11-125 Sub-treasurer of Class 1105 Etiquette Club 1115 Leaders Club 1125 Rooters Club 111-125 Good Citizenship Club 1125 PAULINE WARSO Shorthand Awards 111-125 Rooters Club 111-125 Leaders Club 1115 MINERVA WATERS Girl Reserves 110-115 Good Citizenship Club 1125 Class Basketball 111-125 Class Volley Ball 111-125 Gym Exhibition 1115 TOM WEAVER Advertising Squad 1125 BILL WESTLAKE Monitor 110-11-125 Office Squad 111-125 Rooters Club 111-125 Good Citizenship Club 1125 Girl Reserves 1125 French Club 1125 Etiquette Club 1115 Rooters Club 111-125 Good Citizenship Club 1125 Leaders Club 1115 RALPH WHITMIRE JOE "Stage Door" 1125 Perfect Attendance 1125 Monitor 1115 Good Citizenship Club 1125 Rooters Club 111-125 WIGTON Assembly Squad 1115 Monitor Squad 1105 ROBERT WILKISON JOE Lunch Room Squad 1115 Per-session Squad 1125 Lieutenant 1125 Good Citizenship Club 1125 WITKOWSKI Football Usher 1125 ESTHER WOLFE Girl Reserves 1125 Class Basketball 110-125 Class Volley Ball 1105 Squad Leader 111-125 Gym Exhibition 1115 Etiquette Club 1115 Leaders Club 1115 Rooters Club 111-125 Good Citizenship Club 1125 May Day Festival 1115 NORABELLE WOLFORD Class President 11 05 Home Room Representative 1105 Shorthand Awards 1125 Library Squad 1125 Etiquette Club 1115 Leaders Club 1115 Good Citizenship Club 112 5 Home Room Chairman 1125 Announcement Squad 1125 Library Squad 1125 Captain 1125 ' NYYYYYYYXNNYYYYYXNNNXNYYYYXNNYYYXNNYYYY 'XNYYNYYNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNNN NNNNNX' X NYYXNYYYXNXOYYXNNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXNXN NYNYYYYXNYYYN A is YYYYYYYYXNNYYYNYYNYYXNYYNYYY 'Y YNNYY NQXNYY e NYYYYNYYYNNYYYYNYYYY NXNNY NYYYYY 'NV NNNYNN JAMES WOOD Music Contest 110-125 Band Manager 1125 Treasurer of Orchestra 1105 May Day Festival 1115 Perfect Attendance 110-11-125 WILLIAM WRIGHT Perfect Attendance 1105 Monitor 110-11-125 HAROLD WOOLWAY Monitor 110-11-125 Building and Ground Squad 111-125 German Club 111-125 Usher 1125 Good Citizenship Club 1125 JOHN ZAKEL Perfect Attendance 110-11-125 Hall Monitor 1115 Library Squad 1125 Good Citizenship Club 1125 Assembly Squad 1115 QUIZ Q7 ,lix , u Mflillf Q ' .s..' A l ll X r, ff It 1 ' N f f X , X I I ' x If X., I I X .1 WVU, I - A ' -- i' . f , f' 5 an vi A 'A - 5 A hr 'i4,c"!" W GQ' M 'N-' ' Lfni , 'V . 1 RW' as N , fi K Q I HUMCDR V QQ.f'.xh ,Z K Q 1:4 'V-.".1 'Z X -W ' h f. fx.. 5 N 'ff I X 'XNYXNYY VNNXNNNNYN NXNN XNYNYYYYYYYYYYX NYYXNXQWYY NNNXNYYYYYYYYYYXNNYYYYYNNN 3 NYYYXNYYXY O SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS Love at First Sight Jack and Jerry Don Gibson Frank Robinson Dorothy Lytle Chuck and Joe It's Raineying Clyde and Ed Bob Carpenter The Big and Little of it Helen Willis Revval Centipede Moresky Miziak Harry Moresky SONGS AS WE KNOW THEM - Can She Bake a Cherry Pie? ......................... ........,. J enny Spiker You Can't Marry Ten Pretty Girls ......... Francis Cray Thanks For the Memories ................................... ............. .................... S e nior A's Once in a While ................................................................................................ Give us an A You took the Words Right Out of My "Mouth" ............ Miss Van Divort You're a Sweetheart .................................................................. Anna Grayce Richards I Double Dare You .............................. ............................ T 0 Fail Us! All You Want to do is Dance ...... ............................. B ill Ellgas I Can Dream, Can't I ................... .......... J ohn Gillespie Whistle While You Work ......... Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen ............ I See Your Face Before Me ........ Smoke Gets In Your Eyes .......... In the Still of the Night .............. I Want to Make Rhythm ........ Sing and Be Happy ....................... I Live the Life I Love ..........,...................... Getting Some Fun Out of Life .............. You're an Education in Yourself ........ Annual Staff Dan Schnebly Teachers Lunch Period paint on front Walk Band Chorus Jim Herberg Senior A's Dorothy McElroy Thrill of a Lifetime .............................. ................. C lass Day Ebb Tide ....................................................... ......... T est Time Nice Work if You Can Get It ....... .....,............ ......... ........... H o n or Roll Sweet as a Song .............................. .................................................................... B etty Golis Please Believe Me ......... ........... F riday afternoon absence excuses How Can You Forget ........ ................................................ S ophomore Days? Something Tells Me .............. ......... D on prefers blondes Here Comes the Bride ....... ................. M iss McGeorge Remember Me? ............... .............. M emory Work Please Be Kind .......... F-ierce lessons. L-ate hours. U--nexpected company. N-ot prepared. K-icked out. Selected Office Force I l I 5 1 N i V I B Y 1 N K P r x 1 N N Q 2 'XXXN 'XNXXXXXXXXXXX Y XXXNNXQX 'XNXNXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNXXXXNXXX XXXNXNXXYX ... Q.. .. ........................ .... ....: fe. Q 4. Q..........NyNNNXQYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXNYYYYYXNYYYYYYNNYYYYX SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS J. Elderls Catch The Way to a Man's Heart is Through his Stomach The Retreat of the Turk All Dressed Up Pretty Girl Just J. Elder We Are Supreme . ODE TO A STAMP What is that strained atmosphere that pervades the school? Why does each student cast a look of guilt upon his comrade? ' Why do waste baskets remain unemptied and the floor unswept? Why is each dark corner and crevice thoroughly scrutinized? Why must each one be searched before he leaves the school? Why????????????????????????? Miss Miller LOST a STAMP! CHILLy SNOW and the Cruel CARPENTER Once there lived a FAIR maidgen .named CHILLy SNOW, the FOSTER daughter of a wicked queen. The queen had a magic mirror in her CHAMBERS, and daily she would say, "GaLASS, O glass PUTT on the WALLCACEJ who is the FAIRest of us all?" CHILLy SNOW was beautiful with IVORY teeth and smooth CHEEKS and one day the mirror said "CHILLy SNOW is the fairest in the land." The queen was so jealous of the girl that she wished to RINGER neck. Wishing to DOERR wrong the queen sent CHILLy SNOW, who had had NOWALK that RAINEY day, out to hunt CRANES with the cruel CARPENTER, who was supposed to kill her. The CARPENTER was a CUNNING HAM and carried an AXE, with which to SPIKER. He led her into a GLENN and began to HACKETT the GREEN WOOD to keep her in suSPEN'CE while he WAITEd for a WEAVER who Was going to help RAUB her of her COYNE. Instead of the WEAVER who had missed the WRIGHT path, a TAYLOR out for a HOLLIDAY, entered pursued by a WOLFE. The CARPENTER broke his GOOD AXE on the WOLIFE and so had to SHOVER in the WATERS of a stream. She began to BALL and tried to CLINGAN to him but could not COPE with the situation. Just then the MILLER, a little SHAFFER, but GALANTE, entered and hastened to FISHER out. He FREED her from the villians and CAREYd her off to BALTIMORE to wed her. On this SOLOMCANJ occasion she decided to BAKA cake for him. She is now a widow. Helen Humme:-"See the dancing snowflakes?" Bob Dunlap :-"Practicing for the snowball, I suppose? NNY XQX' ' 0 ' 0 ' XNYXNN'X'YYNrXNXNX4YX NXYYYYXNYYXXYXN AAN 'N NNN: YYY XXXNYY XX ' ' NYXNYYYYYYYXNN 0 ' ' ' YN! XX NNYYYYYYYYYYYXNNNNN XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXYXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXNXXXXXXXXOX XXXXXXXXX XXNNXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNXXX XXOXXXXXXXXXN NX O 1 9 9 O O O 1 1 O 9 9 O O Q O O O O 9 9 0 O O O 9 O O . O O O O O O O O 9 O O O 9 0 9 O 9 O O 9 O O 0 0 9 9 9 O O O 9 O O O 9 9 0 O O O Q O O O 9 O O 0 0 9 9 9 O O O 0 0 0 O O 9 O 0 O O O O O O 6 O O O O O O O O 9 O O O O O O O SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS Study in Helen and Nancy Ain't We Make That Shot Smiles Purty? Notice the Tree Sally Need an Escort? SOME OF Ru T H Hel E Clara C Va L J A Bill Alli S Helen Urm S Mary L O Gerry F Mar J Helen H U Margaret Bre N Eile E Ralph Whi T Dan Sc H Dick G I Francis G R Dot T Mar Y E Davi I David Upde G Louise S H Dor T h Southworth arold Ball en Allen oyne Kish Ck McMillan on on u Fulkerson lick orie Collingwood mme ner n Waite rnire nebly lmore egor Maher Jean Anderson d Capitola d Marvin raff aier hy Bodendorfer Mr. Casillo fln Biologyb :-"Is there any alcohol in C1dGI'9 Val Kish :-"Inside Whom? " 43 f Lg 1 X V SN YY Is v N 1 X' wx W V W22 'X Xl ,Xa QX ,x I , 1 W W fx , 'ga ss I ' 1 + 5 r F 1 Z 1 ' w 1 1 , 2 74 V Q : e ,S ,A 22 Wi W1 NL, ,, fs lvl W 'M EXE 3X2 ix! 623 my H53 SEN 1 iw ef? x X x W W! 329 9: ,yx l 1 I 'XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXNXXXXXXXXXX' XXXNXXXNXXXXXXXJXXXXXXXXXNXXXXXXXXOXX XXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX o o 0 A o Q 0 o 0 0 0 A 0 o o Q 0 0 o o Q 0 o 0 0 4 0 4 0 I 0 0 Q o A 0 0 0 1 0 o Q o Q 0 o 0 o Q 0 Q 0 0 0 , , 1 0 o o , o 0 Q Q o 4 o Q v 1 0 Q Q 0 1 o 0 f 0 1 0 Q 0 9 o 4 Q 0 0 4 0 0 0 Q 0 0 o 0 9 0 Q v Q 0 0 v Q 0 Q o o 0 0 0 4 Q s SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS Our Gang A Firesale on Socks Oh for a uniform! Are We Proud? Bob Carpenter Cream f?J of Dramatics Inflated Ego Our Newstaff Oh, There He IS Pals Forever Romeos and Juliets FAMOUS SAYINGS OF FAMOUS PEOPLE "What do you Want, a quarter?" Come on kids, I have the car" .................................................................. "I thought I'd die" ................................. .......... il Yeah-so What" .................................................................... "Pat" Bissell Lewis Hough Mary Lo u Fulkerson ick Gilmore M. A. Snow Lend me your lipstick" ............................................................. "Don't you like the way you're put together?" .... ........ B ob Carpenter ll "Oh, thats a shame!" .... How you talk V' ........... "Any time, now" .............. "Do you know What?" ..... "Well as I see it-" ......................... "G-re, Tanks pal" ..................................... "How many ads did you get?" ..... "I ion't like it" .......................................... "Is that right? " ....................... "Well I don't see Why" ..... "Really? " ................................. "Hi, pest I" .... I GRADUATE I am Weary of the dreary, I'm monotonously weary, Of the same old things that go on Oh-Golly" ......................................................................................... And I'm saddened by the sadness, Of my former, futile gladness, And I think that my deep gloom is Of the things that go on here now, Former glamour seems so drear I'm sophisticated and I'm proud, now, you Though I seem by cares encumbered, I'm quite sure my days are numbered Till I graduate, and leave these d opes here to Gerry Flick . ...... "Bernie" Flinner Jim Higgins Dutch Updegraff Louise Shaffer Bill Nolte Francis Gregor Esther Nowalk Dean Gibson Marion Vogan Evelyn Wallace Robert Cleal Tim Horan day by dayg bet. stay. I've met. NN ' ' ' ' ' YYYYYXNXNNYXNXNYNXN' NYYY NXNYY NYYYYXNNYYNXNNNYYYXNNYNNXNNYNYYXNNNNNXNNXNYXYYYYYYYNNYYYNNNXN YYYYXNYXNNNYXN NNXNYXYYXYXNYYXNYY NXXXXXXX NYYXNNNYXNNYNYNYNYYYYYY NNNNYYYYYYNYYXNXNYYNYYYYYYYXNYNNNNYYNYYXN ' ' 0 ' ' ' ' 'NYYNYYYYYYYYNYYYXNNYNYYYYYYYVNYN CUR SUPERVISOR "If trouble seems to heap on you, And you've been in some mischief too, And no one else will see you through 97 U -See "Gerry. If you build up, then take a fall- Think you're big and find youire small, And you're not sure on Whom to call !! -See "Gerry. If you get no credit when it is due And it makes you just a trifle blue, And you are sure you deserved it, too 97 -See "Gerry. If you need someone to be your friend As through each day the path you Wend, To a far off port you need not send, -See "Gerry." THE CHECKBOOK fFr0m a collection of original versej It isn't a book We find in school, It isn't known as a student's tool, But what in the World would We do Without that check book to turn to? To Write out a check is no mean trickg All students can do it mighty quickg It requires no skill, no art, no charm, Simply a little twist of the arm! But it's turning every father gray- Letting his children have their way, In cashing checks and letting it pass- To make his child "the pride of the class."! -Anonymous FRESHMAN'S HOODOO F rench Germ A n Lat I n Eng L ish A SENIOR'S THOUGHTS I wish this period were over, it must be almost over. I wonder what she's talking about? I hope I'm not called on. Oh-well. I'd better look interested. I think I'll try to get a library slip for next period. I can hardly wait until tonight. I wonder if Ilm looking interested? What in the world?-oh, I see. It's a map, but it looks like an owl upside down. Maybe if I keep watching her she'll think I know the answer and won't call on me. Oh oh, that must have been a joke, I better laugh, everyone else is. I'm so tired. I wonder who will have detention hall to-night? Huh, that girl must have studied for a change. I better pretend I'm taking notes, I wish I could see his watch, it must be nearly time for the bell. I was right-there it goes! I'll smile on the way out so she'll think I understood this stuff. DIPPY DIALOGUE at Do you know the man?', "What man?" The man who has power." What power?" The power of Hoo-Doo." Hoo-Doo?" "You do." "Do what?" Know the man." "What man?" The man who has power." Etc., ad infinitumf' H cz C6 KI li H K6 YOU'LL KNOW THEM BY Val Kish Jerry Flick Sophie Owoc Drawings ...... Pep ..................................... Coiffure .............................. P. O. D. Speeches ........... ........................... E d Jarosz Football ability ............................ .......... D utch Updegraff Size ............................................................ ........ H annah Spence Bashfulness and dimples ......... .................... J im Higgins Neatness ..... ......................................... ....... G e orge McCurdy Dancing ............,.............. ............ H elen Humme Business Ability ....... ........ E . Lewis Hough Boy friends ........... ................. B etty Golis Wit .................... ...... E rnie McCandless Clothes ........... .......... B ob Carpenter Smile ..................... ................... D ick Gilmore Friendliness ........ ........ N orabelle Wolford X NN XX NNNNYYYYYYYNYYYNYYYXNNXNNNYYYXNYYXNNNY -NYYY NNYYX' NYXNNNNYYXNNYYNYXNYYYXNY NXNNYYXNNYYYXNNYYNYYNYYYXNNNYNYYNYYYYYYYYY ' NY ' N JNXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 'YYYYXNXNNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXNNYYYYYYXNYYXNYYYYYYXOYXNNNYYYYYYXJX ' ' ' ' ' 0 ' ' ' O f 0 0 0 f 0 0 0 v Q 0 Q Q 0 0 Q 4 0 Q 0 f 0 ' v ' NYYY A DAY OF IT 7 :30 "Sing Before Breakfast" 8:00 "Scrapin' the Toast" 8:30 "Heigh Ho"-Off To Work We Go 9:00 "Whistle While You Work" 9:30 "The Butcher-Boy" 10:00 "On the Sentimental Siden 10:30 "That Old Feeling" - 11:00 "Wake Up and Live" 11:30 "The Wishing Song" 12:00 "Alone At a Table for Two" 12:30 "Sweet Stranger" 1:00 "Love Walked In" 1:30 "Hands Across the Tablei' 2:00 "You're An Education" 3:00 "My Heart Is Taking Lessons" 4:00 "In a Little Gypsy Tea Room" 4:30 "A Gypsy Told Me" 5:00 "Heigh Ho"-Home from Work We Go 5:30 "In My Cabin of Dreams" 6:00 "Solitude" 6:30 "I Was Doing All Right" 7:00 "Singing In the Bathtub" 7:30 "Two Bouquets" 8:00 "Dinner at Eight" 8:30 "Two Cigarettes" 9:00 "'Chapel Bells" 9:30 "Star Dust" 10:00 "Mama, That Moon is Here Againi' 10:30 "Seeing Nellie Home" 11:00 "Please Be Kind" 11:30 "Good-night, Angel" 12:00 "Lights Out" 12:30 "Thanks for the Memories" 5 CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE ' JUNE GRADUATING Q c L A s s o F 1 9 3 s 2 Universal Sanitary Mfg. Company Q NEW CASTLE, PENN'A. ' -MAKERS OF- FIN E CHINA BATHROOM FIXTURES 2 Dx 2 2 al ,AC 6 Congratulations and 5 3 E 3 Best Wishes E 3 , i I to the 0 Compliments X P Q gi f 4 June Class of 1938 Q 'O ' 5 1 5 lLLER'S , . SHOE STORE A PERU-MAN 5 Q S X 129 E. washington st. 5 113 E. WASHINGTON ST. 5' 5 5 NEW CASTLE, PA. JA..- 5 E E JEWELRY-RADIOS 3 E 2? E OPTICIAN A e 5 P 6 1 E 1 5 When I read poetry in School I violate the Golden Rule Because it hurts my classmates dear To see a friend of theirs so queer. When I Walk down the hall sedately The teachers smile, the students hate meg But when I run, or even hurry The teachers frown and then I Worry. When I translate my Latin freely My teacher says, "My dear child, really Your poetic license is a frightg When Vergil Wrote, he used it right." They say that I'm too small to be A person full of dignity. My dignity has suffered sore But still I come right back for more. Every lassie has her laddie To whisper words of love, And every lassie has a daddy Who thumps the floor above. NWYYYYNewYYXNYYYYYYYNNNYYYNNNYYYXNNNNYXNN NwNvXNYYYXNYYYNYNYYXNYYYYYYY NXNYYYV NYXNYNYNNYYYYYYYYYYYNYYXNYYNYNYYY NYNNNYYYYNYYY 9 "THE FACULTY'S FAMOUS SAYINGSH "That exhausts the subject by no means" ..... ....... M iss Van Divort gg "Oh, you kids" ..................................................................... ................... M iss Turk "And that's thatl' ........................................................ ...... M iss Dinsmore 4 "I have no political axe to grind" ........................ .......... M iss Calvin "Pipe down" ................................................................................. ........... M r. Weide "Let's make this a professional performance" .... .......... M iss Hartsuff "Variety is the spice of life" ........................................ .............. M r. Copson "Sh-h-h" ..................................................................................................................... Miss Westlake 5 "Would you please run an errand for me" .......................................... Miss Miller "Allow me to read you an excerpt from your textbooki' ...,..... Mr. Nelson "And arrange your Work accordingly" ............................................. Miss Parker There" ........,............................................................................................................... Miss Maxwell "There is entirely too much promiscuous talking" ............ Miss McClaren "Well, if you want an annual" ................................................... ......,....... M iss Taylor f Perhaps" ................................................ ............. M iss Rogers 5 Chew-Chew" ............................. ...... M iss Edmunds Z It is my opinion that-" ...... Mr. Gardner 5 Well, bless your hearts" .... ........ M iss Griffiths Z I Won't!" ....................................... ......... M iss Gailey I "You have SeniorAitis" ....... ............. M iss Rhodes 7 It's all right but- .......... ............................................. ........ M i ss Williams e-1-- ? Sign at a village R. R. crossing: "Try our engines, they satisfy. 7 Z f 4 L. 4 J 1 1 3- ELECTRIC 5 Z? 5 3 Q SINCE Q Z . ,::- Q ? AA gg? 'Ig ig ,,'r-r AP PLICANCE s o ,g T ' Z X g 1 4 g , was ., . ,, 5 A zri ' -rs Congratulations to the Class of June 1938 O . IME I, 5 ,.,..,..,,...,.,. 5 ..,: .X W ahah 1 x yum ll D IIIDWYNE Wham '- '-,3.:p:.2':Q f .::..1,,.:, V ,,,:: . FT' . I . yi. ,1.:. 54 Z ':'2 0' Q 5 V Tuernoue zzro M Z 1843 lo5N.MERcER sr. R Z Q INCORPORATED , 5 NEW CASTLE, PA. eg f 3 i Z 7 I f I 4 ah o X 4 at 9 THE NORMAN SINGING TOWER F is plays recordings A by the Z New Castle Senior High School Chorus S hear it at 3 O O ,4 Gastle H1610 Burma! Rwk I S -wfqerv his Memonea dp B?2llfl.nl.l,Ll'1'SS are lfepl Beauhfuf afwaqsf 2 5 p Imen s o e I 5 Com 1' t f th 4 S 3' . Fi s ' ' Q 5 New Castle Auto Dealers AssooIatIon t i ACTIVE MEMBERS ? .3 BARNES, SNYDER MOTOR co. LAWRENCE AUTO SALES co. f X CASTLE GARAGE MORGAN as BURROWS MOTOR co. Q CHAMBERS MOTOR co. NEW CASTLE AUTO SALES Q K A CHIEVROLET-KEYSTONE co. J. R. RICK MOTOR co. FRANCIS MOTOR SALES co. UNIVERSAL SALES co. 1 -H 5 RAY F. HALL, Manager E wa s is A Y ! DON'T HANDICAP YOUR FUTURE 5 I WITH IMPAIRED VISION ..... F' One of the most common causes of poor eyesight is improper lighting ..... 6 See to it that your study, reading and 2' il Working light is the right light for proper 6 Og seeing . . . Light specialists can tell you ' X the right kind of light for your own partic- 5 e ular nlpeeds . . . lt costs nothing to find I out W at proper ight 's .... LI A . I 6 PCHHSYIVGDIB POWCI' COITIPBYIY 5 NNXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXX . ......... ....... ............................... , . ... .................. q.5v X' NYXQX NYYYYYYYYYYYNXNNNYYYYYY NNNN 'YXXYXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXNXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXOX 'K+ vwwvwwvvvwvwwwwwwvwwwwvwwwvvwvvwxNvwwvvvvvwwvvwxwxvwww www Q Nvwwwvwvww XXXXXXXXXXX OXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXNXX ASSEMBLY When they throw it around on Assembly this morningg h'ray! I wonder what they will say- Perhaps thereill be speakers Or lectures by teachers- At least there's assembly today. A rush in the hall down below! The 2 bell signal! Hear 'em go. A scream- someone fell! And books fly pell-mell the ground. A fall always follows "ego," A scramble, a rush for a seatg As they stumble o'er each Other's feet. It sure is great fun To be on the run With the rest in the burly track meet. There's a babble that goes all aroundg And I think I discern from the sound, That there'll be a short talk On "How pupils waste chalk" if 5 1 GOOD LUCK 1 Q Jos. B. LEYD13 Q KIDS be - 2 MORTHARY 2 F i if ' May 5 Q 5- . success and happiness i 5 5 A F .4 F 1 Q be yours from now on N 3 s 5 1' F i 5 Q CATHEIJRAL THEATRE 2 s PHONE 61 K Q R 2 HIGHLAND AT WINTER Q CHAS' FREEMAN' Mgr' f 6 5 , 5 9 S me we DEFINITIONS AIR-stuff which certain people have a large, hot supply ofg some- thing that a girl gives a boy whom she doesn't like. NOTEBOOK-something which no one ever has and everyone wants to borrow. ATHLETE-a dignified bunch of muscles unable to split wood or sift ashes. PEN-something which is either empty or leaks. DETENTION HALL-a place where you're lucky if you aren't. FOOTBALL-an object which man fights for but which he kicks around when he gets. A-the first letter of the alphabet and the last letter we expect. ASSEMBLY PROGRAMS--a good time to draw pictures or sleep but something that we would always like to last longer than it does. ASSEMBLY SPEAKER-one who begins by flattering, continues by boring, and finishes with a sigh of relief. PONY-an intelligent animal which is too small to ride and too large to hide under your Latin book. DETENTION SLIP-something which no student wants but teachers say they ask for. LIBRARY-a large room full of unnecessary books where teachers go around saying "Sh-h-hf' DANCE-an affair where the wailing of the orchestra is drowned out by the barking of the dogs. THE SURFACE-is that part of the earth covered with dirt and people. 5 4 . 5 I' g 3- Congratulations and g I Q I 1 5 to the , B I L E S ? June Class of 1938 4 5 .1 5 X X 'SP 0 6? Q M S PRESSING-REPAIRING A 0 if Q A TU o ' RDY 8: AYL R Z 2 S NEIL T FRANK X 'FOR' g? .... DRY CLEANING .... ? ? 14 GRADUATION PICTURES 5 3 Q , 4, 3 B B l AT POPULAR PRICES 3 PHONE 756 5 6 5 127 N. MERCER ST. QE I 5 I 5 XX NXXXJNXXX ooooooooo4oo ooo ooooooooooooooooooooo foooooooov. o :ooo oooooooooooooooouooaoovooooao oo 'ooo oooooo XX YXQXXXXNXQXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXN XXXXXXXXXXXXXNXXXOXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNXXXXXXXXXX XX 'XXX XX X'X4NfX'X'YW 0 YXNYYNYYYYYY ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' X if I PENCIL FLIRTATION Twirling in right hand ........ Placing it on right ear ............... Drawing over forehead ................... Drawing through left hand ............. Place end of pencil near mouth .............. Drawing pencil across the cheek ......... Twirling in left hand ................................. Placing on left shoulder ............. Placing on right shoulder ......... Placing between teeth ............. Striking on the hand ........... Drop pencil ....................................... Resting it on left cheek ........... Resting it on right cheek ........ We are watched I wish to get rid of you You are changed I hate you Kiss me I love you I love another You may speak to me I wish -to speak to you You are cruel You are too willing We will be friends Yes No A TRIBUTE Orchids to Jim Lutton, He hasn't missed a day. He's come to school for twelve long years, And never stayed away. 59: lliii fz,,,wv.l"mNm2-.fuwvxpuwmmif 4 5 5 5 ' g BUY YOUR FIREWORKS 5 Q S Q -ATB E ? 3 I ? NOWALK'S SERVICE STATION E P, " 3' i WILMINGTON ROAD N W IPIMEJ KYV Z A NEW CASTLE, PA. 5 TRI 'Bi1EN D E' 5 e 4 49 g' DQ? AND FIJPPY FOOD 2 L Wtfed wzfls Carafene 5 X 5 Sgglm 3 5 Gasoline, Oils, and Greasing, 5 i , as mg on . CASTLE g 1 Tires, Batteries, and E g Recharging QI ' dug af ' ug 4 5 s. Q TO THE 5 GRADUATE . . . 6 ? CONGRATULATIONS . 5 AND MAY YOU E CONTINUE TO ACHIEVE E 4 f ik R 2 I. PCHHCY CO., lI1C. Department Stores ' 2 S 3 Compliments Q -of- 1- E New Castle Dry Goods Co. F 3 Q . e .E P Q 5 i 1 mf 5 CONGRATULATIONS 5 GRADUATES 5 Summer, Q 5 if leilgl, Winter, i 01' 3- 1 A beauty E N ' H found in A P Flowers l 5 Q72 'K 1 the pristine fi 5 R N 1 - 2 li unmalihable 5 g Q Flowers For All Occasions 2' g 5 Q Z Q 1.0. TUCKER GREEN H0lI8E 5 525 W. WASHINGTON sT. 2 1 5 Z 1 5 Q 3 5 4 ? A A 3 Z Q 5 A ? GIFT x 3 i 7 A 5 5 E F R 0 M 5 2 Z I 4 MAH-lER's Q LEAVES NOTHING UNSAID ? Z as see 5 AUTHORIZED DEALER FoR E Z 1 ONLY oFF1o1AL 5 HIGH soHooL RING tg E f l . 9 O V V NYY ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' NX e ' e 4 ' 0 ' ' 0 ' ' ' ' O 0 ' 0 'YYYXY NYYYNNXOYYY 'NNNYYYYYYYYYNNYNYXNNYYYYYYWYYYYYYYYYYYYVN NNYYYYYYYY ' 'XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXX 'X XY XXXNNQXNX 7 f 5 5 f SUITABLE GRADUATION GIFTS A Watch for Dorothy Maher. A pencil for Mary Lou Fulkerson. A football player for Virginia Altman. Lipstick for Mary Alice Snow. Comb for Jerry Flick. Rifle for Maxine Freeman. Book on Physics for Dave Galasso. Dimple remover for James Higgins. Erasers for Art Staff. Little red Wagon for Miss Johnson's books. Club for David Updegraff Cto beat the dames offb. Typewriter for Miss Johnston's students who can't Write legibly. Polish remover for all Miss VanDivort's students. Dark glasses for all seniors to keep them from being binded by their own brilliance. Coat hangers for Bob Carpenter. Pa heard him give the high school yell, For joy he could not speak. He murmured, "Mother, listen to Our Willie talking Greek." -Selected S 5 S 5 I o 1' S 5 5 Omp lmen S E lt's Easier to Succeed 1 Q xof- E Q by having Your Q P 5 shoes Rebuil E A 5 S 5 t S 3 NEW CASTLE g F . X G Q: BUSINESS COLLEGE i 3 5 H' f' 5 . 5 S 3 Pagley Shoe Sewlce S H Q H 17 N. MILL STREET R 5 5 5 5 5 i 3 f as mf 5 9 , Q Compllments Q -of-- 5 5 X QELMER sr WALSH X DISTRIBUTORS FOR E GASOLINE, KEROSENE, F i FUEL OIL, AND Q MOTOR OILS eo- 6 3 309 WEST GRANT ST. 3 E NEW CASTLE, PA. g -e 2 E 4 5 9 2 1 3 3 5,1549 Uasifeion ,S 2 E NEW CASTLE, PA. 2 5 A 5 One of Pennsylvaniafs E Finer Hotels Ci l 3 5 QE 5 ' 5 J 5 i 3 A E COMPLIMENTS Z 5 l 2 .4 Bailey Auto Supply H Q 2 T 37-39 S. Jefferson St. S s 5 E "2Oth year at the same location" 3 3 A 5 5 1 1 - 1 Florists' Telegraph Delivery 2 Members in New Castle 2 5 BUTZ BROTHERS E ? ss J FlSCHER'S FLOWER 1 SHOP i CUNNINGI-IAM 8: A 5 WEINGARTNER g -oe f 3 HENNON BROS. 5 3 we as E 1 BEST WISHES 5 TO A E CLASS OF '38 2 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 0 ' ' NOXOXQXQYYXNNYYYXNNYYYNANYYXNYYYY XNXNXNXOXQXXOXXXXXXXXXXX XYYYXNNYYYYYXNXYYY X 7 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 7 X X X X X X 4 X 'NXNXXXXXXXXXXX XNXXNNXOXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNXXX XOXXXXXXXXXXNX XXX ' 7 Z 1 Z 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 5 O 1 5 1 1 1 5 Z . 1 1 1 5 1 1 5 I Z 1 1 1 5 1 5 9 1 O 0 O 9 9 O 0 9 9 9 O O O O O 9 O O O 9 6 O 9 9 9 9 9 6 0 0 O O 0 O O O O 0 O O 0 6 9 O 9 O O 9 O A SHORT RECITATION A kiss, a sigh, a last good-by And she is gone. A glance, a smile, another girl So life goes on. All boys love their sisters But I so good have grown That I love other boys' sisters Better than my own. -Selected FRESH FROSH Frosh:-"You never went out with a man who looked any worse than I do, did you?" No answer. Frosh Ca little impatientlyb :-"I say you never went out with a man who looked any worse than I do, did you?" Co-ed:-"I heard you. I was just trying to think hard." Miss Johnston :-"Burns Wrote 'To a Louse'." Ed Strausbaugh:-"Did he get an answer?" Q 5 5 PoRTRAITs 5 3' 5 by PHoToGRAPHY 5 E E- C- Wedding, Dist. E The only thing we make, E 3 E 3 But we make them E tg Q , 4, A GOOD! E l X ill? 9 PENNZOIL PRODUCTS 5 ,, l A F .4 F 1 4 1 ll 4 3 0 THE sTUD1o OF 5 ' ' , ? it 228 S. Jefferson St. Q S P. Q i New Castle, Pa. Q i zum E. washington st. l 5 5 5 New Castle, Pa. ee 3 f E Bell 2188 f f . ..,,, E y F -Q 5 5 9 CONGRATULATIONS Q 9 ww Q S C L A S S 1 6 1 5 i ? l 9 3 8 E CONTRATULATIONS 2 4 J U N E ii GRADUATES S QQ FROM THE S I I D. G. Ramsey and Sons E' - E' BUILDERS, SUPPLIES I Strouss-Hlrshberg Co. 5 Q HARDWARE Q G PAINTS i One Of New OaSt1e'S i 1 W X E E O CI' OFOS Q f R It St f 1 306-20 CROTON AVE. S 1 i 4200-PHONES-4201 SE 5 5,966 S! f I 5 5 9 Compliments 2 9 S 2 S -OL SEAVY s STUDIO 55 A NEW CASTLE, PA. ? . . ? Q Nelman's Cloak 8: Suit 5 T if Q E HIGH SCHOOL AND Q5 Company Q COLLEGE 3 2 209 E. WASHINGTON ST. S PHOTOGRAPHERS N PHONE 1044 E SS SSS E E Q 5 MODERN AND DESTINCTIVE 5 Q g 3 PORTRAITS 'E 'E 5 I S E "w!Nm,ff...h1m.f" -mm-""'. --A" 'ff-' "3 'AA" ' NNXNQXOY ' ' ' ' ' 0 YXNYYYYXNNYYYXNYYYNXNXNNX' 'XNNYYYYYYYXNYYY ' Ne A XXXXXXXXXX XNVY XX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNXNNNYYYYYYXNX X XXXXXXXX NYNYYYYNYYYXNYYNYXNNNYYYYYYXNNYNYYYYYNNX 'YXNYYYYYXNXNXNY ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 'YYYXNNYXNYXNNYNNNYNYNYYYYYYYYYNXNNNN NNYYVYYYNYYNX NNYYYYYYN' SOLILOQUY Weep and you're called a baby, Laugh and youire called a fool, Yield and you're called a coward, Stand and you're called a mule, Smile and they call you silly, Frown and they call you gruff, Put on a front like a millionaire And some guy will call you a bluff! -Selected HOW THE AVERAGE STUDENT WILL READ THE ANNUAL lst 5 minutes-Looks for himself in pictures and activities. 2nd 5 minutes-Does the same for his girl's. 3rd 5 minutes-Hunt up every joke on himself or his girl. 4th 5 minutes-Looks at all these again and shuts book forever. Then he takes pains to say that the Annual isn't as good as it should be. 4 5 4 5 5- g 5- CORRECT DRESS IS 5 Compliments E T IMPORTANT ON THE E Q -Of. Q Q ROAD TO sUooEss 5 E 5 1 X 5 ! L E V I E S 3 JACK GERSON 5 A N 5 E Next to Penn Theatre i E YOUR JEWELER F E FQ Q as . Q 5 S 4 SQ 4 E THE STORE OF E 200 E. WASHINGTON STREET NATIQNALLY ADVERTISED . 5 5 3 5 is 5 APPAREL , 5 5 fs as A PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS Dave Updegraff .......................................... "A beautiful girl, nothing more. !? Edys Davenport ...................................................... "I wonder if I passed that test." Sophie Owoc "How much fun it would be to have a steady boy friend." Dave Marvin .................. "Just thinking how nice she looked in that dress. Walter Symkowicz .... "Wondering if I knew you, and if I should speak. 77 !7 Bob Carpenter ............... "How can I get Joe Wallace to pay me the 75c" he owes me." Ed Capitola ........................................................................ "How cute Dot Maher is!" Frank Robinson ........................................................................ "I think I'm flunkmgf' Bob Doyle ...... "Who IS that girl standing at the bottom of the steps?" Pat Bissell ...................................................... "Will the annual never be finished?" Mary Lou Fulkerson ........ .......... ' 'Those are darling shoes he has." Louise Shaffer ........................ ................................. ' 'I wonder where he is now." Lewis Hough .......................................... "All this money and no place to go!" Bill Nolte ............ "A bill must pass both Houses by a two-thirds vote, etc., etc." Dan Schnebly ............ "All great men are dying-in fact I don't feel so well myself." . "Louise had a little lamp, It was well trained no doubt, For every time that "Dutch" came in. The little lamp went out." Q Phone 720 Temple Building F i COMPLIMENTS V 5. 5. 6 Fha Wanzfy :ylzoppe Greenberg 62 S011 E MINNIE WARNOCK sPEER, Prop. 5 E 401 s. MILL sT. 3 Q 52 52 Q PHONE 654 ? 123 East North St. ? . .4 New Castle -:- Pennsylvania A 5 P A aau, F giwmfdxwsff-1vmuW.iA-'Wi -iri 5 ooMPL1MENTs or X 5 ' n . E' a i' 9- Sllverman's Economy Shoe Shop 5 ANDERSON STUDIO 6 110 E. WASHINGTON sT. PHOTOGRAPHY l NEW cAs'rLE, PA. 5 3 gf gg, I 5 5 1 ? if W A ? 306 WALLACE AVE. A "The store devoted to better fitting g Telephone S footwear for better health." 5 Q- XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXYXXXXXXXX NYNXNKNNXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX YXXX XXXXX l A I o o o o o o o o o o o Q Q o o o o o o v Q o o 4 Q o o 0 o o o o o 0 O O o 4 o 0 4 a o o o o o o o o o l 4 o o o O o 0 0 o 4 o o 4 o o o o o Q o o 0 o o 4 o 0 o o 0 O o o u o o o o 4 o o o Q o o o o o o o o o o 4 o o o o o 4 o 2 O N Qoovovooo oooogxeooooo44444ooooooooooooovooovoeofvo QXQQQQQQQXXQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQXXQQQQQQQQQXXQQQX XX XXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXX 5 MR. BROWN To the sliding Chairs, and scraping Of the feet forever making Echoes and Reechoes in his room Of Dread, Would revise His own opinion Of each serf and Of each minion Who still steps into that room with heart Of Leadg At the Total lack of Feeling, that in Every heart is stealing And the wish in every mind to go To Bed! This is the space usually ' used for the joke about Mr. Gardner's bald head. 4 1 4 O 4 5 1 5 55 5 as i compliments 5 Here's Wishing You 5 Q -Of- 5 Q Success E 5 . 5 R if Badger and Neslnt R R E WHOLESALE g E Reynolds, Summers g 1 FIRE WORKS S 81 McCann 5 R 2 R S g O Q ' Q Q if if ' Q A 3 5 CLOTHES 3 E ACROFSS FROM cAscADE PARK g E For Young Men 5 5 5 i 2 P wmf',,,xw-Rf-.p.:m..'-.urn-"'2 i'i' IH? 5 , as I 5 1 X . -QNNN fglwv-zv,,f"',,,,L"em.? RICHMAN 1 ,BROTHERS I 5 ' e 0 fl'l'l0 06013041 F011 'IIUNII Cl'l'lCl 'l,0lt'Yl 011011 Q J 2 S 5 52250 Q Q Q 65 1 Student Prep Suits 516.50 he 0 sizes 16 to 20 s e 0 Q 1 1 131 E. Washington St. 5 -e S E 4 Compliments I' ll -of- . 5 . . W Q Rleclc Mcjunlcln l 6 6 Dairy Co. Q E E 4 , 3 35 Compliments I h -of- E I I Smith Cleaners 81 Dyers ? S NEW CASTLE, PA. 59? 4 4 3 E 2,Jw,,f"'uAmm2s ,y"..f'61Q9"'g,"'kP1g Compliments ...0f... 5 s X Elliott 81 Waddingmn 116-118 N. Mercer St. ' Phone 3600 49049 I' 2 3 E 53 ffl AND PAINT PRODUCTS f5,,.,g-v.,-I' .....:'m. fwfvy uqkkfgf PIES AND CAKES Our Motto is Quality and Service ,YM i Q 5 5 2 ,A Ph ne 3647 630 E. W h' gt n St. l Ca tle, . ' D. E. ROWE, Prop. I Q Compliments ? 4 -of- Q The Store That Does Not 5 9 gi Advertise . v 1 S 4 3 I RADIO, AUTOMOTIVE 5 1 1 I Hill Top Balcery HOME BAKED BREAD, 5 U ,F O New S In 0 f F I E S f E .Q-I XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNYYY BARN NNYYYXNNYYYXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNYYYYYYXN NXNY XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX N'NYXNNYYXNYYYXNNNNNNNNX' NYNYYYYYYYYXNNNYYYYYYXNNYYYXNYYYXNYNYXNXNN 0 ' 0 0 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 0 ' ' ' 0 0 ' 0 0 0 ' Q ' 0 0 ' f ' 0 0 v 0 0 0 Q Q 0 0 TRAVELS IN MEXICO Deserts as dry as ...................... .. Sen'oritas as beautiful as ....... Mountains as volcanic as ....... Adobes as Hat as ...................... Gold as shining as .................... Vaqueros as dashing as .......... Sand dunes as wavy as ........... Monkeys as noisy as ............... Bill Nolte's speech Beatrice Sandler Mr. Bridenbaugh School life Esther Jacobs hair Ray Eardley Hough's hair The crowd in the front hall Spaniards as dark as ..,.......... .................................................... O ur teacher's frowns Flowers as fragrant as ..................................,................... The odors from the Lab. Cocoanut milk as sweet as ...... the warm w ater in our drinking fountains Cactus as pointed as .................................................................. Mary Alice's remarks Mines as rich as ..........,............. ............................ . .. Daniel Schnebly's vocabulary Skies as sunny as ................................................ ............... M iss Turk's disposition Sombrero's as large as ........................................ Mexican jumping beans as lively as Miss Parker's notebooks Jerry Flick EWHOOPS, MY DEAR A banana peel A flash of hose- A little squeal And down she goes. 3 5 . 1? KILDOO TRANSFER ? PHONE sssv A Q ' L I M O V I N G ? Local and Long Distance A g All loads insured while in transit E 1 Compliments Q -0f- E' 5. L. L. HENRY fi Q INSURANCE SERVICE 3 I I a i 416 Temple Bldg. New Castle, Pa. Q 5 E 915-PHONES-920-M 5 5 JEAN BARTSCH'S 2 3' DANCE STUDIO 5 E we 3 1108 HIGHLAND AVE. Q S PHONE 4615 if se se ,E Q "Grace, poise, and health may be X obtained through the art of dancing." 5 ,Ei 5 Compliments ' i -0f- Q i Chapman's Dairy PASTEURIZED MILK 5 AND CREAM X PHONE 93-J 5 FV! Q SO ef N EEG e x5 'MM x wed rg 2 gagmsqlqljg 1' M - WEEEE f A5 Z 22:72 ESSEESE 2? -I Q Fagmgaghz I3 rr' O 5:66 I O S53 v-5 . X 'goozqqom 9 ffl 5 '2"'u"'Q-Fm 'U '32 HU' 'UE N 7' An appeal to the Intellect X Drmk quallty beverages 3 I A. MILLER Mg. 16 ' 4 COMPLIMENTS 5 . s Castle Statlonery Co. 1 I 24 N. MERCER ST. Q 1 NEW CASTLE, PA. 1 S 49 Q Q ? Authorized Distributor 1 3 A. B. DICK CO. 6 Z MIMEOGRAPHS 8: SUPPLIES 5 . . E - 6 B - 5 Royal Crown Cola 5 , r Phone 1 i P ii ! 33 5 5 COMPLIMENTS 5 Q FROM I g R E G E N T i THEATRE OF NEW CASTLE i C 0 C ALWAYS THE Q BEST sHOW IN TOWN N I 3 POPULAR PRICES -s E I- ALJ-V,p" ., ,fatwy ' Compliments THE DRUGGISTS 12 N. MILL STREET ' 5 " of 5 Q Love 8: Megown I 4 .. ,. as X 5 'I' E .fri WNNMVPJ Em. .iw-"'5 ""' 5:5 AUTO KEY AND LOCK SERVICE TENNIS RACKETS RESTRUNG ICE SKATES SHARPENED A BOB'S CYCLE SERVICE .E 107 N. JEFFERSON ST. i ,igwwmndwvgff -X'!-x-W'.,4V'Af- -A'P ,mg 2 , ? K XXX YXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXOYQ XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXYX 0 O 9 0 0 0 Q 0 0 Q 0 0 Q Q 0 0 0 O 0 O I 9 v 0 0 0 Q 0 O O Q 0 0 O O 9 Q 0 9 O 0 0 0 O O 0 0 0 0 O O Q 0 0 6 9 9 0 0 4 0 N 6 4 9 4 0 0 O O 9 ' ' ' ' XYYNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNYYYNY XNYXNYXXYYYYX' XXXX'X .YYYNYYNYYXNYYNYYXNNNXNNNYYYXNNNNYYN XXXXNXNXXXXXXXX NYYX'X'YYYYYXNYYYYYYNYYYYYYYNNQ ' ' 0 ' 0 ' 0 ' 0 ' ' 0 NNN QNX WE CAN'T IMAGINE Russell McKissick talking to a girl. 112 being otherwise than cold. 101 being otherwise than hot. Reis Street without Miss Elliott's Ford. A circus in town every Friday. Mary Campbell without red fingernails. The class of 1938 as Sophomores. The class of 1941 as Seniors. Mary Lou returning borrowed belongings of Miss Johnston. Clara Mae Glenn without freckles. Mary Jean Anderson dancing with Willis Campbell. A bean in the cafeteria soup. Bus Strausbaugh as an English Professor. WANTED A person to collect all bills, ads, and subscriptionsg to receive all Hbawling outs" and stand any punishment the student and faculty may see fit to inflict, and to pay any deficit that may result from this Venture. Seniors preferred-Sophomores considered. ANNUAL STAFFl 1 Compliments A ! ROGERS STUDIO NEW CASTLE, PA. 4 K Q e Q -Q R 6 We Specialize in 6 The Place to Shop ! Graduation Pictures and 6 With Your Cash S Oil Paintings 5 At Cash Prices 5 w.,n.,,,fr,,, ..i-II f-.m-.r-m-s"'..f- fffri T' "f' I flfl ai 4 Compliments E. 4 Smith-Williams Institute . 5- -0f- i 5' MUSIC AND DRAMATIC 6 9 ART ' BOB'S CYCLE SERVICE -QW 2 Q HLIGHTWEIGHT BlCYCLES" R Q Instrumxfi lilrnished Free B 6 5 l SSOIIS ---: :-- . -0- -g 6 214 EAST STREET 1 N- ST. F zbl P ,igwmffd -IIi-Il ffemwrm- E -Q ' 2 l 5 Z , 1 l t E Z 4 3 i 9 PRINTING is the ----- t 5 4 Z Q INSEPARABLE ---- 5 6 Z 5 COMPANICN of ---- Q X - Q E cl-IIEVEMENT 7 Z L2 Z lx S Z Through the use of the Printed Word, E- 3 this Book will bring back many happy 'Q Z 3 memories of the years you spent at E 2 Z 5 Ne-Ca-Hi. May the Printed Word be i f your companion as you enter a new E, , - world on your road to achievement. 5 ? e .4 ., 1 l fr' 7 t 5 5 e' 5 Q 0 s 5 Q i 2 Q "Master Printers of School Annuals" 3 -- Z i . 5 5 Miller, Pyle 8: Street 3 ' Z 5 217-19 Sycamore St. Q New Castle, Pa. .E 1 f Z 2 ii NNN ' 'vvwvwwvv www -NNN N NXNNNX Q Z XXX XXX X XXXXXXXYXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 0, 4404 4400000004000000400440040440 0 4400040440004 NNXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXOXNXXXX XXXXXXXX ABBREVIATIONS AS THE SENIORS SEE THEM S. O. S. ........................................................................................................................ Sort of Sad P- D- Q- -----.- ................... P ipe Down Quick I. W. W. ................ ...................................... I Won't Work Y. W. C. A. .......... ........ Y elling Will Cause Action U. S. ..................... ........... U nderestimating Seniors F. O. B. ..... . .................................................... 'Fraid of Boys C. O. D. ............... ................................................................... C all On Dad R. S. V. P. ....... ......... R attle-brains Seek Vacant Periods N. S. F. .......... ............................................................... N ot So Fast O. K. ............ ........................ O vergrown Kids B. C. L. ........ ......................... B ad to Come Late D. A. R. ........ ........... D etention Always Rankles C. C. C. ........ ........... C hase Catch or Confusion T. V. A. ............. ....................... T hat Vacant Attitude R. R. ....................... ............................ R egretting Rashness W. P. I. A. L. ......... .......... W hat Person Is Always Late? N. C. O. ............. ...................................................... N ever Carry out Orders. HUMOR John McClurg:-"I spent nine hours over my Spanish last night." Miss Edmunds:-"Judging from your recitation, the Spanish was under the bed." 5 Cheer Up Your Home With X 5 Q 5? NU-ENAMEL 2 53 2 NU ENAMEL NEW CASTLE co. f C................. 3 5 ' -Of-- 643 E. WASHINGTON sr. 1 , u . l E 2 3 E PHONE 2442 E Contmental Refining Co. 'M Q Refiners and Marketeers of N M H, 4 coREco PRODUCTS 7 E 3 4 Complimentt E E F 1 K .. e 4 QE -of- E Q E Q E 5 RALPH L HARTMAN D' t 'b t E ? 5 NORTH MILL STREET g 9 y 1 5 NEW CASTLE, PA. X p 3 E A J IM Y 's ,g Q Auto and Radio Store E 5 302 EAST WASHINGTON ST. 4 PHONE 288 5 ' ' F 5 3 it , 5 fi E ARTICLES IN HARDWARE 2 A - I . Kirk, Hutton Co. for School, .E . College and Vacation E Luggage 5 S 5 Compliments -Of- 5 Wolfe's Smart Shop is 9 i 224 E. WASHINGTON ST. rg i I W F 4 J. J. F151-JBURN 3' 407 REIS STREET 5 O Q O E The Home of Monarch Finer Foods R A Fresh Fruits and Vegetables if o Q O 4 FREE DELIVERY gi Phone 1361-J 5 I 5 YOU WILL FIND AT- X A E' 9- The Camera Shop 5 E 22 N. MERCER ST. O Q e I 5 A very complete line of Kodaks and i Imported Cameras. Also all the New A Fast Films and Photo Finishing of Q S Quality. 5 5 E 55 Compliments ? ' -of- 4 I A SPENCER . 'E 5 Paint 8: Glass Co. g 4 LAURA M. BYERS 5- DELICATESSEN 5 AND A LUNCH I 5 HOME BAKED PRODUCTS 4 416 HIGHLAND AVE. 6 g PHONE 1656 5 5 Compliments 3 -Of-- ? 6 LAwnINcI Bnmms cn. Q Q MANUFACTURERS OF A ' COCO COLA 3 AND Qi 1 SOFT DRINKS 5 XXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNXXXXXXXXXY NYYYNNYYYYYYXNNYYYYYYYXNYYYYXNYYYXNXOYXNN' YYY N NYYYY 0 O 9 O O 0 O O O O 6 O 9 O O 9 5 0 0 0 O Q O O O O 9 6 Q O O 6 9 O 9 O 9 O O I 0 l 9 O 5 9 O 0 O 0 4. XXXXXQXXXXX YYYYYXNXNYNYN NYYYYNYYYNYYNNYYYNNYYYYNNYYNYYYNYYYYN ff 'YYNNNYYYYN 'XNYYXNYNNYYYYYXNNNNYXNYNNYNNNYX' ' 0 e ' 0 e ' ' THE REDEMPTION OF A GRIND She was a grind of the lowest kind- Scum of the earth Was shei For she got straight A's on report-card days, And had never had an E. This the class despised, which she realized And decided to remedy. She curled her hair and she learned to svvearg She was frizzled and profaneg She painted her face and donned silks and lace fThe faculty thought her insaneh She cast black looks on her once loved booksg Made remarks more than slightly inane. When reports came out she was heard to shout In transports of joy and glee, For on her report Cand it made them snortl Was a lonely little E. For once a grind is always a grind Painted or plain We see. She let down her hair and forgot to swear, And the change was so very great, That they Were surprised when they realized And they liked a grind sedate. She's popular now, and they all avow It's because they set her straight. POETIC LICENSE This is to certify and proclaim that, the Ne-Ca-Hi literary staff, in recognition of the doubtfulment merit of its literary achievements is hereby permitted to, urged to, and coerced into mutilating, abbre- viating, descrating, and improving on the "King's English" to any ex- tent to which it is moved or necessitated. This certificate may also be and by the aforesaid literary staff as a Weapon of defense against any such uncouth and outraged senior or reader who does not have enough imagination to appreciate the above-mentioned mutilations, abbreviations, descrations, and improve- ments on the "King's English." God Save the King! I ! I 5 B.. Q 1 i P e 4 1 uk. q A x ' s B0 Q NN 0"P 5 sv! 1 ' 'A tx 5 'E F I 'a gov .10 'Q' ug Q 4230? 4' Q" 98" 'pf Pa mu! 6 gs "J '93 Q3 Q . .ofof 524 A T YPE co E GRAVI GEEL C ROT . A PHONES-6l38-6I39 CANTON , OHIO. B 3. 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We cannot but comment on the very blonde strand of hair found on Don Heading's coat?-Was there a hair out of place on Helen Urmson's beautiful head? g Just how far is this Dot Hackett-Bob Pearsall affair going? Did you know one of our girls is going to be a June-bride? Con- gratulations and best wishes Marabelle. It seems that John McClurg likes Shelley's "I Fear Thy Kisses, Gentle Maiden," while Esther Nowalk prefers, "LoVe's Philosophy." Q She sat by the sewer, And by the sewer she diedg And at the coroner's inquest They called it sewer-side. TALK ABOUT NERVE The guy who borrows a dollar from you to take your girl to a show. The teacher who borrows your pen to mark an E on your report. The teacher who says it's a high D or a low C, and then gives you a D. Students who say, "We could have done a better job on the annual." The student who borrows a pencil and returns it without an eraser. The classmate who borrows your eraser in the middle of a speed test. The student who borrows your note book after you've spent hours on it and loses it. OVERHEARD IN MISS JOHNSTON'S ENGLISH CLASS fFrom R. L. P. to D. HJ There are meters Iambic, And meters Trochaic, And meters of musical tone, But the meter that's sweeter, Completer and neater, Is to meet'er In the moonlight Alone. If all the girls were across the sea, what a good bunch of swimmers the boys would bel Class photographer Cto sweet girl graduatej :-"Look pleasant please." Click. "It's all over now. You may resume your natural expression." Soft soap is the best thing for dirty looks. Samson had the right idea about advertising. He took two columns and brought down the house. Lewis Hough :-"You sure that bullet proof vest will stand the strain?" Clerk :-"If it doesn't I'll give you your money back." -.. .'il.i- . Lawyer :-"The precedents are against you, madam, should I go ahead?" 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