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

 - Class of 1939

Page 1 of 136

 

New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) online yearbook collection, 1939 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1939 Edition, New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1939 Edition, New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1939 Edition, New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1939 Edition, New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1939 Edition, New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1939 Edition, New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1939 Edition, New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1939 Edition, New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1939 Edition, New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1939 Edition, New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1939 Edition, New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1939 Edition, New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 136 of the 1939 volume:

, , f!:..- H.-NM V1 . , ,. li 'x'475"41,: - 1:55225 A-it-1-. ,Q ,-d?'?:,' 1-3,,'1-' 1,1-. ,"'1'-.A .'-. -' ' 1.11. . - ., .-'-9.247 . 43?- Rq- . V 5 I l wif". uf, , ,M JA' 'F-'Tri-1 .ffl , fl -722, ,U .M ' i -L ."A fb-Sant, ..:14., .I 'H :Y 41- '.F.-22--X 1 . ff . ' hfxigli, A , ff-. " ' ,L+ -. ., View 1 - -- '-.22 T. I ' VN s 'Z-Ei!! . 1 A r is px 315: ff! fo f . I ,,.,.l W .f , .fu uf, yi ,gy x, 1:2 A 1 i , f , QAVL in I 1 , M , . ,X f , -,r Q ri -5 ! fl , - . , uv- N' 4',Z,xas wx Q W.. " ,'5 1.g?f-,Q , W mfr- 7 ' .- --w.,.--, 1 v, ..- -- 1 I .' " 1 "' ' jf V EQ.,-lx.-gf Ylif D TX . jvilnjszj .LEM -1 4 -2'f ' - ' A- KVI-'-'1f',.2? R Hs- -H ,, --,gg L wg Ugg: - 4 . ' ' - . . .v ' ' '. l " T sv. -2 1 - 9- . - . . : , 5 '.-. A lg 1- . ,.-:B N, - U , --5.1 '-, -1. I 3 'L " 5722! SS Ti.- -" L' f,-.gg---, f fQ.Z3?Z,'5v- 4, -,- ' -.wwf L-'13-N:?'g.g.Lf" ' 4, V .Cf '-- - L f H , - -1 . , , if---,E ff ,ww ff na ph , 542-1 .ff f 1'?Q-In '5. .1,"g- .' .1 r ' ff' 4 . "f-2 ,..I-rw "'-fc' I 'I'-4 '-- . .3 If ,,,.,, . fm ,p , l.:, - I rx "' 'f'r"',, .' 'f 5.5gf'ff'1 3'- 1 f 4 A , ,I 'L - fs , 435 l 2' ggi. v . . r 454- N '-If '. , ' 1 , I I ?fn,, .. I., us:-1:1 -- J I xl, 'Cf-Z' 'J - 16" 1 - N1 lb , L, . - E . .. , A D I i I ,gi 4- : 1 , J A V 1-Q 1 I J! I - 'A flffi. ff f ,N ft., ii- gg -:iff 53, , - .. --E? -ti. fs 8 t, -A U- - -,',,.- 535: f:4 .,. - -Af',,fl7 -. -1316 - - -, 57- X 1 1. 21:2 ' 4 ' - - 'f - .j' A ., ' --:', ul'-x:. 51- , - - E ,, -, ' .-.s.,,,Q,g:,.a, x X- x X -. , , gk, -A .' f B . ,K - X GX 35: lj: V I3 u. , xx g-N5 AF -. J.: - . .' , Q ,.1gs-.ff-- , - f ' -1 f - N' K L l,-,,,..- ,N .,.. , - , ,..,, , -. - .-,,4.v5w.1,, .-g,,:.4,' 1 V, - -,454 QQ. 5 1 I,,,A -,'. ,1,,-A. LH I . - v.',,.,f --3,-5. "' 1- ,..: ' . - - 1.1-.Z-7 Z .,,A3.ir3. -'F - ' - 1 I t-'.A-JU. ' - A' ' - .53 f'?Lif11-345' ' ' 'ilu-IQ' -5,E"..'N.,?j - kin' 'jp-1x 'H . . ... q.i1f-ff,fi.'?f:Q5,QLLg:.:-F-I V - ' sgiii ,Q 3 P-Glu-Mi Zlunv IEIE'-H WW., K9 f mm H X L fp Mfmxxfx X J J H 'I fWW7 14 X ff , 14' Xa N- xxx 9? 3-2- Eff 9 PE wa far Qui-eo 5? 3p- Q3- '1' Z- 5 jf! Swowfcluncl Shxeld , But none so Fearless as Launceloi- i 2. :?.,55?5 S! K 3 I R 2 Y D. 1 V an-2 'w' X-qv, f HJ E u X QQ W ' Q: a A - 3 X , A -f-'u ' ' U SH gf k - fx 4 ex . xx D . :x 3 1 xl X S I -XJ . X 1 ' N wi NN N 'TX if -nag? X 75 xx - x 5, X' ,lf---'g x 1 F! K-, 6 Xxx! 'Qkixr 1,715 r' I T XX S I' xx I In I' X X XX x X f xN-..,.1- gg 2 g v' Xi' ' Q X GNN.. 1 X ,N x 51 G . ' X .f Q ' 'Q X r - 4 AX XX' :-.:' 24. 5 -W ' 'w 4 P 4 Z . V . , x .L-zgggwgt QXX Xxxxxx w 1- A - ' T-f-1 fit 5,43 z., - - ET X K Q ..gz1f'f' ' -X 2 if J, ' A 3' - ' 5 v 1 N- - T"-511 'F . " ff x ' NX X Q X f 1 . OSX X xxx X-bf .,,3,f.,,5,W , Q EF L-A,q. 1 x Qww 2 f. .f75' - s' . 5-jj , I XXKX-X. 1-'T Q "'. J 1 4 , P L. 3 l x -xxxxx ..,, I ,Q V, H. I - . Ns, Q 1: ' A' 4 x X H121 f -f ,f X .. 'XT 'A f L 41- ' ff Xb Q X w If ,A . Q' N f 1 Q 'X X ' ' X -N t a ' Eff :.: N XX X5 ' . Nm A , X N - ' 'P' - , V' VX X. r ' 1 1 x W ,Q ' , Qi' XX X 'Nfi K 'V Rf' l 7 'IL X 'fxxyx Q N X w XX!lP"v:,x , J A N 1 H: X x YN rf NNN NYNYYYYYYYYYYYYYNYY 'X N NYY N 0 X ' ' NX O XXXXXXXXXYX X kk o o o XQQQQXJQQQQQQQQXQQQQQ o X o Q 4 o o o 4 4 4 o o Q rx XXX Yinr My THE THEME We, the Class of June 1939 liken our days at Ne-Ca-Hi to days in Camelot, a city built to music-a city in which the Knights of King Arthur developed their characters and became sensitive to an appreciation of the fine arts. There, the Knights got their training to go forth as brave and courageous warriors to fight against the evils of the outside world. So we, the students of the Class of June, 1939, are leaving Camelot to go out more intelligent and more appreciative of the higher things of life. We have developed our characters under the careful guidance of our instructors so that we may go forth and withstand temptation and help to make better the community in which we live. Wherever we go We will always re- member the happy days spent at Camelot and we hope we may always conquer our foes as did the Knights of the Round Table. J XAQ 1 . 'W ts 'Sgr C ! - ,W -, Wm .ff , ' 1 I-4 ,ffl ' x Qffl if l ' .. ,ff ff X ff ffssg .i, iflf' Z -as A va. -K f wN?yXff'lW V Wiilfll' ll gill xl ll ' X 'Q i JMU! N...Z""i ..f-7-' U MS hen scaled from Akbmon, The losi' of- Roman loqions, LUatchQdfrom H19 Chc1lKq CUHS B9 U4chQr cmd the Celts ..... . ,N-Xxx-x f 4 3 A X X X XKXNXYXXXXXX NYYYYYYYXNXNYNNNXNYNX ' ' ' 0 0 ' f Q Q f FOREWORD With the completion of this our yearbook We, the Class of June 1939 are leaving Camelot as Knights to face the endless battles of life. We hope on reading again and again this Annual, that it will bring back memories of our days spent at Ne-Ca-Hi. May the recollec- tions be as sweet to others as they will be to us. Qm 4, 5 5 ,ilk -.-- lllm ff 'fa p1u...,.,!nrf1lA lu 'ff ' r' A?x Liu-' A 7t'hw.p H'-I M , x ' 1 1, 0-,If ,X ,fl5w1"'5 ff rf ,' '-X '-S45 gf? ff ff PM 2, ,Na " -iw' My X I ' Q J CR, -fr. X . l l f W l . ' ' , -.af ,f M... Y W 1 ' ' 'IQQJS S' ' ,lf 'P' I , ,,, ' "- fi- ' ,HQ S il: ,A .ff - Aw! As.. :"'. r' l rr' Gan' ,V ' , ,, ,n ah. , V, Ir JI g ' , , v, 1 ,. In - ' .A h ,.f"- X,- cf' ' I-,A - MISS HELENA STEVENSON DEDICATION As a token of our appreciation to one, Who has so kindly and faithfully guided us during our high school course and who has patiently faced our difficulties with us, WE, THE CLASS OF JUNE, 1939 dedicate our yearbook to MISS HELENA STEVENSON NNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN Q 0 1 7 5 Z 5 NXXXXXXXXXXXXX ' ' ' ' ' Q 'NNNNNNNNNNNNXNNNXNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNX XXXXXXXNXNXXXXXXNXXXXXXXNXN NXXXXXNX NYYYYXNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNYYYXNX YYNYYYYYYYYNNXXXNYYYYYXNYYYYYYXXXYYYYXXXNX NNNNYYNNNNYYNNNNNNYYNXNYXNNYXNYYYYXNNNYYYYXKY 9 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 Q. Wm NEW CASTLE BOARD OF EDUCATION DR. C. C. GREEN ---- SUPERINTENDENT .N ' XX ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' f XXXNNNN' 'XNXYYYYYYXNXXX XXXXXXXXXXX' 0 0 ' ' 0 XX' ' NXYYYYYYYYXNXXYYYYXNXYYYYYNYYXNNX .XX XX XXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNNXXY XX 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 A Q 4 Q Q Q 0 0 Q 0 Q 0 0 0 0 0 A A 0 A A A 0 A 0 0 0 A o 0 4. YYYNN 'YYYNYYYYYXNNNYYYYYYYYYYYYXNYYYYYYXNX NNNYYYNNNNNNYYYYYYYYYNNNYYYNYYYYYNYXNYX' vNYNNNNNNNNNNNNYYYYYXNXNYYYNYYXNNNYYYYXNNNX 'N FRANK L. ORTH ------ PRINCIPAL Kathryn Boston Secretary MARJORIE RHODES - - ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Rhoda Leslie Secretary NYXN' NN ' ' ' ' ' ' 0 YXNNNYYYNYYXNNNYYYYYYYXNYNYNNNNYN XYXNYYYYYYYYXNXNYXNXNNNNNNXNNNNXNN XXXNXXXXYY ' ' ' ' ' YXNNYYYYYYNYYXNNYYYYYYXN XXNXXXNNNNNNXNYYY 'XXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXNXXXXXYXXXXXXXXXXXXXXYXXXNX NYYYYYXNYYNYYYYYXNYXNNNNNYXN ' 0 ' ' ' 0 ' 0 ' ' ' NNNYYYYYYYYYYXNNYYYYYYXNNXNYYYYNYYYYYXNYYX 'YXNXNY NY ' ' ' ' ' 0 0 f f 0 Q Q ' 0 0 0 0 f Q ' f 0 Q Q Q v f Q Q ALMA MATER To the praise of our dear High School, Sing we loud and long, Glory, honor and affection, Give we her in song. Hours of gladness, free from sadness, Happy students here, Sing we to our High School friendships And our High School dear. All her children sing her praises With a love most pure, For her aims and inspirations Changelessly endure. With her beckoning hand before us We will do and dare, Live to honor truth, and virtue In these halls so fair. Bonds of Friendship here we're forming They will never break, They will last still true, unwavering For our High School's sake. And the memories we will cherish As life's path we tread, Of the friends we knew and valued Wearing Black and Red. When our student days are over, And no more we're here, Still we'll sing of her with reverence, Alma Mater dear. Swell the singing, ever ringing, Gladly we'll recall, When our student days are over, Life in these fair halls. -Katherine Foulke E ., Mf'Qf,.,3 xw!f I+, f - fa .ILE Q5 154545 xv y 1 m X "-Jrf, F XA , 1 X -'B Xgfifjzw Ny .sg xyfff . E ff j g? '- Q Z, JE! My " mv MRI, A' gui I K KZ7 Lug - , . , , 1- ll K ll g 1 1 5 Aj' 4.6-. ' ' aw ly. Xxf fj- ff pw we . Q ,f N ' V f 'A': -- W if f 'S A 5 1? , :F .-E ' lex-E SIX gg! 'A- Ifig W x ' M 5 I 5,- X 1-A f W, my . xx irflu-ii" 6, , 1 .L x ,, -- -f' ? -uv ' sw ' yi' A 3 N ' E ff? X G' X I - X g , , ' ,.". -. 'H - yd"-r 5 Pg Eg:-.K 1 X571 ff 1 ,iq X : I' A ,. U It XXI! 1- , N J .ff XWF ,f ' -, gil-,' "!51.A .gf . xwffr RE 571, 4 f",q::1'x ., ' wg C. . V "J i 6431 ' E-j X ' nl f'f..f2,f.3- 5 . X X X I -Q f1'1gg..J::: 3 N-ff f I , KW' M5 Y.'a',7' Xfffv I Q, Y XJ I l,vv K I f ' " lug x 2.M'3 I .X 1 f 1 X Eff X I Nh' 5 xg!!! X 5 I pf x E N X ff N Q NYYYYYYN ' ' NYYYX 'YY ' N NY 'YYYYYYYYYY NYYYYXNXNYYYX XX N 'YYYYYX N NNYXNX NYYYY NY ' NNYYYN 0 0 0 YYYYYNYYNNYYYYYYYYY YYY NXYYXNXJNYYYY NYYY J. W. Anderson Bernice E. Bartlett Plane Geometry World History mm QR? .54 M. ' ' Janet B1-enneman Bessie P. Brinkerho Arithmetic BOOkkeepir1gj Arthur C. Brown Florence Brownstei U. S. History Bookkeeping Elsie F. Calvin N, R, Cagillo U. S. History Biology Edith E. Birchard English History R. H. Boak Biology if P. H. Bridenbaugh l'l Donald F. Copson World History Plane Geometry Howard A. Butler Biology John N. Cornelius Economic Geography Sarah M. Dinsmorc Robert A. Duff Dorothy Edmunds Clara A. Elliott Prob. of Democracy Vocal Music Spahish English Eva J. English Margaret P. Fischer Bess S. Gailey English Physical Education Art Eleanor S. Galbraith Ralph H. Gardner Mary A. Good English Solid Geometry Chemistry Olivia M. Griffiths Clara M. Hartsuff Frances M. Haydon Emily Johnson U. S. History Dramatics English English 'XNNY NYYYYYYXN XXXXXXXYXYYXXXXXX NXOYYYYYYYYY NYNYYYYYY 'YYYX NYYXYYNYY 'YXNY NYXNYYY N ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 0 ' 0 ' ' ' ' YYYYXNYYYXNNYYYYYYYYNVYYNYNYYYX NNN QXNYYYYYYYY NYYYYYYYYYX NYYYN YYYY 'YYYYVYYY NY NYYYYYNYYYYNX NYY NYYY NYYYNYYYYY 'YYYYVYYYX ' NYY YYYYXNYYYXNNXXYYYYYYXYYYYYYXXXXXXXXX NNYYY 0 0 0 0 0 0 A 0 0 0 9 9 0 0 0 0 91 Ethel M. Kelley French W. L. Klee E. William Lehto Ralph F. Lengerman World History Commercial Law Chemistry Fred G. Leslie Mary M. Long Myrtle L. Lord Economic Geography Business English Sr. Business Training 1 'X A W' xx xy, William A. Margraf Elsie M. Matheny Frances H..MaxWell l ' ' Physics Public Speaking U- S- H1St0FY Thelma Merrilees Typing, Shorthand J L. ,L li PM Adeline E. Miller Robert M. Mills' jMarg't A. Montgomery French Salesmanshi-p Typing, Econ. Geo. 1 2 . X ,rpg Xt. j' . N XXI lx! l ! l or M v -N wreak f V-:tmqsfef ae in . r E 1' , ' VV V VV f . ,-' f N . .rf Ill . , . N. Frances McClaren Walter S. McKee Sara S. McCune J. H. Earl McKenzie English Bookkeeping Advanced Math. Salesmanship is 4? N. P. Nelson H. Elizabeth Parker Mary L. Perdue Chemistry English English l L Annetta B. Porter Ellen L. Rea Joe F. Replogle Clothing and Foods Shorthand Instrumental Musi Genevieve Riddle C Mary G. Riffer Ola D. Rogers Viola H. Sadler Shorthand German Latin Clothing and Foods Ps YYYYYYYYYYYYYNYYYYYYX 'XXYQ NYNNYYNXNY f 32 A W A W A W A W ,S 4 lx W ,x xx K W K K A X K V 4 S K W K V K W xx xx K N x Y A X A W x S xx K W xx S S sx x S sx S 7x y A y . Q5 QS ff it xx 55 ,S ,S A V S2 lx 7x X X X X X X X w 7 Z x 4 x v 9 2 T S 7 22 st it st Z4 X ,, it Zz Z2 Oscar J. Sheaffer Reba E. Sines Economics Librarian S Q 44 24 Charlotte Taylor f, English 5 Zi Mona Sowash Helena Stevenson Shorthand Typing George F- Th0H12S Geraldine Turk Mechanical Drawing English Mary E. Van Divort Ruth E, Wallace Ralph L. Weide Latin Foods and Clothing Chemistry 55 ' ' S Z' T N gs Q4 4 A my :W , ' wg V Q sg, ,, ,J ,Q s Q R K 45 Sz t s 24 4 z Virginia Weinschenk Helen R, Westlake Economics Librarian ,L K Q4 2 i I -A I W 25. 7 av' KM . - S. Elizabeth Williams Dorothy Young English Typing In ' ,fl I ,Ij"I'n'i :ff X IFIfI:I,.II. ,, 'lf"' ll I f' ' v' I' H14 ull' nl I., Inna, x 'Y but In II' I f i I :lil In W' f 41533356335 X in 6 V V . zllllk A QM f .,.., Y -4- Y - Y 1, -:I,nUjf,,I I l Mg ., I 4, 'y I ,IN Im I, II-I-131. -In., if ' ' nn' 0. I , ," ff, Nu' --'- .H-' .- - '- II' IMHKIIIIQ 1 1 1 I , ' Z 'I,."' I II ' , IIIIIMI1ImI1Il,xnI1I-I.I, I If 1 Il .InIn,II.I: I-2 I IZNQII IHIIIICLI In 11 1 QQ :In x I ,,,, .mf ,WHT 5 . r h. 3" H ".' f wx " i K ' UH " S 'I iu l ul lfufm fn Nxxwxx h fm-LL' 'J-3'!33"7Tf2123". -. . E I aw: Cx' 1 . 9 711,17 W ,UllIIuHuuN,NIWm4 IIIIXQK I.I1:II rlwl rx I I 1 v., Inu, Il' II I .3 II IIIIII, IIINIII I y 5' ...'.', .. . - A1 'W 11 5 XSL 'J' 2' -' "'f'f' ' A P' 'E II 'I-' "' xwfx x x 7-4"."'-f V 5 MF? , X "T t "'V 'W V' Ifgg, .,',. III1.I ,Inn v -13,6 ' I ,QA - MII' -15,-I.. ' xI :I.I III I.III III- I, ,lx I II VI IIIIIII , " .: ' ,,'5I,g:lI','x'I II - . IIQSKI fjrff ' Z . ALI' ' If H" IW -1 1 -..' ,lf-fu ' .- " ' I ,"' ,.I1I1fI -I IIA WI:-' .I Inn: I'I',,g-I--If , I Hn' Rfgifnf 'a, ' I MLQ ,UIQ I' '1:lnlf::-1 -' " I' ' A. IMI ll f ,I , 1.. ,II, -- MI- Al-- - IZI 1 "1 nII1:I'1I'- 5-5,nQ5'I Q --1Q.I-,gs-, II u.',f1.' 4 YF- W sa Q 4 wx x lilqffn' f' l ffn z . ' ' I 'y"."I,'l ,','I 4 'MII H- 1,-,-1.5l:I.nLvI I " Jjfj, ,In Ia,rI f - AIIIII- I I I 1 . 1 1X-'jI:j,I.',IfI'.':ffII: .I.j1: 5:-I'I.'A ph '1 ' I,IuI 1 Z I, ,AI I1 . 6 a r afts 1.,1l 11- 4 In I -fig I L x :gin lI4I I V 1- S I IIXIII Z ' U xv O 1115335-3? gh 1',1"l"' 7 65 D I W " ' 'P.'f.q' .-' ..::':! '-'--- ' Wilt j Img, n.,III .,'gg:::'i::f:1g"4 . Q nu X -fi? '10 Q6 GW? 'ND 'I "-l.i,' Q " 5',E:"5T3"5'I ' 7 , ' -' " ' Pi ' -iizfg-NSW V I "f11f"111i:!?":f' ' ' - f 1IE:EigI4Ig::a:.IIIfI'JI:'fff ff ' I -.,- 1 5 . ' "asm V'-"' ' ff "5 - 1 ' Z '-'i-5.65-I-,aC' ff I Nli:::?sQ-Q-lfffff ' N ,-'f'::f:f:E.'Zf 4 ., A 5'I 3ffEQ1':',H"S1:1'j5f'g 512, "v,.,I.I mm ' f X I -. 0. v V Y A- A I I xl 1' , .- I IHEE-I :I .IIIIfI,I I I., L K gI , If'IInKI1xA -I gud .. 1? 4 u--it--, A, Gov' 1 n' Ax 1 ,UQ ,, .... -',-'Q - ' 'x ks' "T- - 'The H bun Y xklf H' 4xxfx'1Y:x '-w '-'i""""' x f .. ,Zz " '. qw I.: ng. :vf-' .5155 Ib ' . "ff '?55:sQa'f3'1 gf if -f- fC'v'fTx'7 Qilrkdkf xt Yi 2 ' -' fu-' IL ,Q fl 1 xfQf0',I.'l,fQfI ,'II I. IIy QQ, 4 QQ w fu, -LQ:Nfx,',fXAxfQ'LgfpI:,IIII I A "'.I-III 'LA .- M :ii Q- 1 A I' :l:.l u I "". -4, . I '1',I I I, -23,-I'-W WM! 233 ,Q " '. -3 .I N ' I . Q , III I I ,f, .-:b 5 I-2-'av if I I -Q uh K 4- 1 q'11,,II II I,,r 'SG - 4:5515 Z , ' I 'Q'-449""' 1 2 . v 'l1lf '.6i eg1I gltlb- Iii.. 2 ' M736 """"'U Q2 iv v"'fL-6 .N .J -' '7 41, - A'1-.. P f f ' V ugxj sovnomouzfg iff Q Q, f Y ' 'ZS'-'dv If 4'-: 1 "Ill f I ff 07- 1w4,kI ffm ,MM-Ei .CC1mQlOt' gf' iii , Y ,,' 1:2 A ' J .X" :cu 1VIn9lICcm castle- GI ' It D -Q Q ' QW o we rs si- an 'f X . 1 fl -'fahlw llr,'-mall" W ' In statelg qmndeuw ....x scan f MERRITT REYNOLDS "There lives no greater leader." Class President 1121 "Hooray for Youth" 1121 Student Representative 110-111 All district Band 1121 All district Orchestra 1111 Hi-Y 110-11-121 Orchestra 110-111 Band 110-111 CARL SHERER "And dreamed he dropt from heaven." Vice President 1121 Chorus 110-111 Orchestra 1121 Band 110-11-121 Drum Major 111-121 Hall Monitor Captain 1121 Monitor 1111 Treasurer 1111 SUZANNE FLICK "The pearl of beauty." Class Secretary 111-121 Girl Reserves 111-121 Secretary 1121 Senatus Romanus 1111 Sophomore Home Room Program 1121 WILLIAM ROWLAND "Yet take thou heed of him." Treasurer of Class 1121 German Club 111-121 Hi-Y 111-121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 Student Council 1101 Vice President of Class 1101 Track 1111 Band 110-111 ANNA ABRAHAM "For good she was and true." Senatus Romanus 111-121 FLORENCE ABRAHAM "She fears not." Rooters Club 1111 DORIS AGNEW "And many men desired her." Squad Leader 110-11-121 Girl's Athletic Club 1121 Student Representative 110-111 Shorthand Awards 1121 BETTY ALEXANDER "The maiden walk'd demurcf' Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Home Room Representativ 1111 Squad Leader 110-11-121 Gir1's Athletic Club 1121 EDWARD ALLEN "A fair-hair'd youth." Dofobs 1121 Hi-Y 1121 Spanish Club 1121 MARJORIE ALLEN 9 "Looking wistfully with wide blue eyes." French Club 1121 WILLIAM ALOE "I have strength and wit." Monitor 1125 Office Squad 1125 PATSY ALUISIA "He much amazed us." Class Basketball 110-115 Monitor 1105 CORNELIA AMBRUS "I will make you merry.' Girl Reserves 110-11-125 Shorthand Awards 1125 Etiquette Club 1105 LILLIAN ANDERSON "The delight of happy laughter." Library Squad 110-115 Shorthand Awards 111-125 Perfect Attendance 110-11-125 HENRY ANTON "A young: man will be wiser by and H by. Football Usher 1115 Monitor 111-125 Class Basketball 1115 JOSEPHINE APECELLA "And spake sweet words." Shorthand Awards 111-125 MARTHA AXE "Let her eyes speak for her." May Day Festival 1105 Rifle Club 1105 Girl Reserves 1115 Home Room Representative 1115 MELFORD BADERSCHNEIDER "A man made to be loved." Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 Captain, Announcement Squad 1125 Announcement Squad 1115 Monitor 111-125 School Usher 111-125 Special Public Speaking 111-125 JESS BADGER "Loyal to the uttvrmost." German Club 1115 Orchestra 110-11-125 Band 111-125 Student Representative 1125 Forensic Contest 110-125 Monitor 1125 RUTH BALL "VVith measured f'ooH'all firm and mild." Perfect Attendance 110-11-125 Library Squad 1125 Girl Reserves 1115 Class Volleyball 110-125 Class Basketball 110-125 NYYYXNNXNXNNYYYYYYYXNNNNNNN NYNXNYYYYYYYYYYYXNNNYNYYYNNYYYNYYYNYNNYNX NNYYYYYYYN NXNYYYYNYNYNNXNYYYNYNYYYYNYNNNYXn RICHARD BARKER "Truest friend and noble foe." German Club 1125 Student Representative 11 15 School Usher 1115 JEAN BARTSCI-I "Sweetly could she make and s "Stage Door" 11 15 Rooters Club 1115 DOROTHY BEVAN ing-av "Hold me for your friend." Rooters Club 1115 WAYNE BEVAN "Ye stand as in a dream. Pre-session Squad 110-11-125 Monitor 111-125 Rifle Club 1105 Usher 110-115 IILEK 110-115 ANDREW BILLYK "Go forth and conquer." Track 11 15 Monitor 11 15 U PATRICIA BLAINE "Her slender nose was tip-tiltedf Dofobs, President 1125 Dofobs Squad 111-125 Girl Reserves 1105 Student Representative 1105 Chorus 110-115 Special Speech Class 1115 Forensic Contest 1115 JENNIE BLAIR "But she was happy enough." Shorthand Awards 111-125 DAVID BLASDELL "Courteous are ye." Senatus Rornanus 110-11-125 Hi-Y 111-125 Dramatics 1115 Varsity Football 110-11-125 DORIS BOALICK "Surely a precious thing." Girl Reserves 110-11-125 Good Citizenship Club 111-125 Student Representative 1115 MATHEW BOK "He reddens, cannot speak." Monitor 1125 MARIAN BOOK "The sweet smell of the fields came along with her." Girl Reserves 111-125 Home Room Representative C125 Class Volleyball 1105 IRENE BOOTH "Resolved on noble things." Perfect Attendance 110-11-125 SOI-'HIE BORON "MarvcIously fair." Shorthand Awards 1125 Squad Leader 110-11-125 Girls Athletic Club 1125 CONSTANCE BOROVILOS "Her low firm voice." Rooters Club 1115 DOROTHY BOWERS "Milder than any mother to a sick child." Good Citizenship 11 1-125 JUNE BOYD "Simple and sweet." Perfect Attendance 11 0-1 1- 125 Girl Reserves 1115 BETTY BROOKS "She fixed her fancy on him." Class Basketball 1105 Town Meeting Club 1125 JEAN BROWN "Not at all unhappyf' Dofobs 1125 Girl Reserves 110-11-125 Rifle Club 1125 Shorthand Awards 1125 Class Basketball 1115 WALTER BROWN "For bold in heart and act and word was he." Home Room Representative 111-125 Chorus 1125 Monitor 110-11-125 Track 111-125 ELIZABETH BRUNO "A maiden fair so wonderful ." Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 NYYYYX ,XNXNNYYYX YYYNYYYNYYYYYYXNYYXNXX ' NYYNNYNNNX NYYNYY 'YXNNYY NXNN NXT N NN 'XNNX YYY OYYYYNNX NYYYXNYYNYYYNNNYVYYNNYYYYYYY ANT NYXQXNYNYYYXW .I NNNYXNXNNNYYYX N Y NX NYXNXNYYNNYNYYNYXK Y NNYNN N NYNYNXNN'YYNYYXNYYNYXNYYYNXNNNNYNN NXNYYNN YYYXNYNNYXNNY NN RICHARD BUCHANAN MARIAN CAMPBELL "Ideal manhood closed in real man." "For it beseemeth not a knave to ride with such 'a lady." Senior Hi-Y 1121 Chorus 111-121 Rooters Club 1111 111-121 Good Citizenship Club MAXINE CAMPBELL "Love makes the World." Leaders Club 1101 Rooters Club 1111 BETTY BUCKLEY "Thou hast a pleasant presence." German Club 111-121 Class Basketball 1101 ROBERT CARNES "As for love, I love not yet." Home Room Representative 1111 Chorus 1121 Monitor 110-11-121 JACK BUTERA "Hearest thou this great voice." Good Citizenship Club 111-121 ROBERT CAROLINA "He loved the glories of the W0rld.' Class Basketball 111-121 Monitor 1121 Football Usher 111-121 School Usher 1121 FLOYD CAMPBELL "Ye were not once so wise." Good Citizenship Club 111- 121 W MARY CARRIGAN HELEN CAMPBELL "As fair as any flower." H , cr ,, WW Etiquette Club 1101 Fun of noble thmas' Home Room Representative Etiquette Club 1101 1111 Leaders Club 1101 Shorthand Awards 111-121 RUTH CARTWRIGHT "Whore could be found face dain- tier?" Girl Reserves 111-125 Home Room Representative 111-125 Class Treasurer 1125 HAROLD CHAMBERS "Hereaft0r I shall fight." Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 FRANCES CHIPRANO "Such a fervent flame of human love." Squad Leader 111-125 Girl Athletic Club 1125 GEORGE CHRISTOPH "Ever in the reading." German Club 1115 Hi-Y 111-125 Dofobs 111-125 PAULINE CHRISTOS "Smile and we smile." Shorthand Awards 1125 MARIE CHROBAK "Her sweet face satisfied." Shorthand Awards 1125 JAMES CLARK "I am your warrior." Varsity Basketball 1125 MARTHA CLAY "Ye be fair enow." Chorus 111-125 Shorthand Awards 1115 JEAN CLEAVER "Thou makest music." Shorthand Awards 1125 Band 110-11-125 Filing Award 1125 DALE CLOBUS "Lustier than any and whom they could but love." Hi-Y 110-115 Football Usher 1125 School Usher 1125 ' ' YYYXNXNYXNYYYYNYYYNYXNYNXNNY NXXYXX 'YYYYXNNXYYY vYYYXNNNYYXNYYYYYYYXNNYYYYYYXNYYYYYYYNYYYYX NYYYYY NNYYYYYYYYYYNYYYYYYYYYYXNYYYYX 0 0 f HELEN COLE "Ambitious and courageous. Leaders Club 1105 Etiquette Club 1105 HENRIETTA COLELLA "I shall speak for mine own self.' Class Basketball 110-11-125 Squad Leader 110-11-125 Girls' Athletic Club 1125 Gym Exhibition 1105 Band 111-125 Home Room Representative 111-125 LOUIS COLELLA "The damsel's champion." Orchestra 110-11-125 Football Usher 1115 Monitor 1115 Music Contest 1125 NANCY COLELLA "And so she lived in fantasy." Shorthand Awards 1125 JACK COLNOT "A happy lover." Hi-Y 110-11-125 "Hooray For Youth" 1125 Monitor 110-115 Football Usher 1125 VIOLA CONTI "There brake a sudden beaming tenderness." Shorthand Awards 1125 MARY COPPLE "Love most, say least." Shorthand Awards 1125 Class Basketball 110-115 Gym Exhibition 1105 VERA COVATI "She played about with slight and sprightly talk." Home Economics 110-115 Etiquette Club 1105 BURLEIGH CRAIG "Low spoken and of so few words." Rifle Club 1125 ROBERT cRowLEY "Let the past be past." Hi-Y 1125 Home Room Representative 1115 H320 College Avenue" 1125 "Hurray For Youth" 1125 Monitor 1125 Class Basketball 110-115 ELEANORA CUNNINGHAM "A sunrise gazing over plain and wood." Class Basketball 1101 Class Volley Ball 1101 Spanish Club 1121 DORIS CURRY "Star that smilest in the bluef' Girl Reserves 1101 Chorus 1101 WALTER DABROWSKI "A goodly youth and worth a good- licr boon." Good Citizenship Club 1111 MIKE DACI-IKO "Him of all men seems the highest." Band 110-11-121 Forensic Contest 1101 ANTHONY D'AMATO "Our noblest brother and our tru- est man." Home Room Representative 1121 Monitor 1111 Football Usher 1121 LLEWELLYN DANIELS "Courtcous as any knight." Perfect Attendance 110-11- 121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 Student Council 1121 Shorthand Awards 1121 Football Usher 1121 Commercial Club 1121 Basketball Usher 1121 Announcement Squad 1121 EDWARD DAVENPORT "So splendid in his act and his attire." Class President 1111 Student Council 1111 Dofobs 1111 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff Editor 1121 Usher 1121 Hi-Y 111-121 News Reporter 1121 JOHN DAVIES "The darling: ol' the court." Home Room Representative 1121 H320 College Avenue" 1121 Band 110-11-121 "Seven Sisters" 1121 FRANCES DAVIS "Thou art ever welcome." Chorus 1121 Nature Club 1121 First Aid Certificate 1111 MARTHA DAVIS "Chafferinp:s and chatterings. Girl Reserves 111-121 Orchestra 111-121 Nature Club 1121 N NXYNYYYNXYXNXN' NN 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0 0 NYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYX ' ' XX YYXXXYYYXYXXXYXNNN' NNN? SX YN 0 ,x,, YN? NVYYYX' YYYYYXNXNYYYYYYYXNYYYXYYXNN KYXNXNYYYYYYYYY NICK DE ANGELIS ANGELO DE LORENZO "He never' snake a word of re- "A knight of Arthur working out vroachi' his will." Perfect Attendance 11O-11- H320 College Avenue" 1121 123 Monitor 1101 USh91' 1121 Class Basketball 111-121 Student Court 1121 ALBERT DE AUGUSTINE JOHN DEL Rosso "Mix not memory with doubt." UUnb0und as yetu Good Citizenship Club 4117 Good Citizenship Club 111- 121 DOROTHY DE CARBO "And dark in hair and eyes am I." Student Representative 1101 HELEN DE MARTINO Gym Exhibition 1101 Hpmbe in dcedsn Good Citizenship Club R111- 121 A FRED DEEP "Fleet I am of foot." Track 110-11-121 Rifle Club 1111 . . WALTER Junior Varslty Football DERZYPOLSKI 111-121 MOhltO1' 1121 "They deem him more than man. Monitor 1121 Band 110-11-121 BERNICE DELLAVERSON "We could not keep her silent." Shorthand Awards 1121 ' ROSE DE VIVO "Sweetly gleams her eye." Squad Leader 110-11-121 Girls' Athletic Club 1121 Junior A Basketball Coach Rooters Club 1111 1121 ' 01 lfglr CCCC 1 u CC u 1 EDMUND DI CARLO WESLEY DOUBLE "I am sure I dirl but speak." "And rather tame than wild." Football Usher 110-11-121 Rooters Club 1111 Monitor 1111 LILLIAN DICKS "Like a star in lilackcst night." Squad Leader 110-11-121 Girls' Athletic Club 1121 GIBSON DOERR "Hu has a solid base ol' tempera- ment." Hi-Y 111-121 Monitor 1111 Usher 1111 STELLA DOMBECK "Thou dost riprhl by gxcnlle and by churl." Shorthand Awards 1121 Rooters Club 1111 DOROTHEA DONEGAN "Kindly, all-accomplishkl. wise." Girl Reserves 111-121 Senatus Romanus 111-121 'G 'M 'Gif Monitor Captain 111-121 DOROTHY DOUDS "Calm, whatsoever storm may shake the world." Girl Reserves 1101 Shorthand Awards 110-111 BETTY DRIO "Fair hor face." Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Rifle Club 111-121 Rooters Club 1101 JEANNE DUNKERLY "And leave my man to me." Squad Leader 110-11-121 Girls' Athletic Club 1121 Gym Exhibition 1101 Shorthand Awards 1101 JACK DUNLAP "He loved all maidens." Wrestling Team 1101 Cheerleader 111-121 Office Squad 1121 Monitor 1111 NYY 'XNNY NYYYNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNXNYYYYYYYYN l l NYYX 'YYYYY NNYNNX'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXNYYYYYX 0 'YYYXXYYYYXXX QYYYYYYXXYYYYYYY LE ROY DURNING "The best knight and the good- liest man." Library Squad 1115 Monitor 111-125 Usher 1125 Pre-Session Squad 111-125 WILLIAM EARLE "His hands large, fair and fine!" Student Representative 1125 Home Room Representative 1125 Band 1115 CLARA EDDY "She'll make someone a Winsome wife." Perfect Attendance 110-11- 125 Orchestra 110-11-125 BETTY EDGAR "XVrought all kind of service with a noble ease." Good Citizenship Club 111-125 BONNIE ELAM "Sweetly and stately and with all grace." Nature Club 1125 Home Room Representative 1115 QYYY 'YYYYVQ ' ' YN 0 ' ' ' ' l Rooters Club 1115 'CW 4 5 45? .N,,qpg' wi' K , 6 BENNIE ELISCO "I wonder'd at his strength." Monitor 1105 Pre-Session Squad 1105 Class Basketball 1105 JANE ELLIOTT "What kind of bird is it that sings so delicately clear?" Girl Reserves 110-115 Home Room Representative 1125 Chorus 1125 Nature Club 1125 Squad Leader 111-125 Girls' Athletic Club 1125 HAZEL EMERY "The flower of all the world." Rooters Club 1125 Chorus 110-11-125 Shorthand Awards 111-125 EDWARD EVANS "The bigger man, the bigger courtesy." Junior Varsity Football 111-125 Monitor 110-11-125 Track 1115 JUNE EVANS "True as tested gold." Girl Reserves 1105 Band Solicitor 1105 ROBERT EVANS "Far off a distant trumpet blew." Home Room Representative 1111 Student Representative 1111 Band 110-111 Orchestra 1121 Forensic Contest 111-121 RUTH EVANS "Not to be triflcd with." Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Good Citizenship Club 111- 121 LUCY FAELLA "I will do your work." Good Citizenship Club 11- 121 CHARLES FAZZONE "He is not knave but knight." Band 111-121 Usher 110-11-121 Monitor 111-121 THOMAS FAZZONE "The glory of manhood," Monitor 1101 Rooters Club 1111 GEARLDINE FIELDING "Followed by her flying hair." Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Senatus Romanus 1111 LEWIS FINCH "Will blow the tempest back." German Club 111-121 Rifle Club 111-121 Band 1111 Student Representative 1121 Dofobs 1121 RAYMOND FLAVION "Clear honor shining like a dowy star." German Club 111-121 Captain Inspection Squad 1121 ROBERT FLINNER "VVith all good cheer hc spake and laughed." German Club 111-121 Hi-Y 111-121 Orchestra 1101 MARY MARGARET FLYNN "Tho black blue Irish hair and fair Irish eyes." Senatus Romanus 110-11- 121 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Girl Reserves Cabinet 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 "Hooray For Youth" 1121 Student Representative 1101 "Seven Sisters" 1121 NYNY NYYYYNYYY ' 0 0 ' ' NYYYY NNN ' 'N NYYYYYXNYYYYXNNNX NYYYNYYYYYN 'YYYYYYYYYYYYYX NX 'YN --l. ' ' NN ' ' 0 ' ' ' ' NYYYNYYYYYYYXNN NXNYYXN NNN XYXYYYYWYYYY NN 'YY NXNYYX 'X af 'X 'NN NX 'NNN NN N A A A A K f ALFRED FORNATARO "VVith strength and will to right the wrong." Good Citizenship Club 1115 Spanish Club 1125 LUCILE FORSBERG "Breaking into song." Chorus 1125 VINCENT FORSBERG "A trustful hand." Good Citizenship Club 1115 EDWARD FORTNEY "Lot thy wisdom make mc wise." Dofobs 111-125 French Club 110-11-125 Hi-Y 110-115 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 "Stage Door" 1115 Senatus Romanus 111-125 Football Usher 110-11-125 Stage Squad 110-11-125 EDGAR FRANCIS "New loves are sweet as those that went before." Senior Hi-Y 1125 Monitor 1115 Hall Captain of Monitors AUDINE FRASSO "Pure nobility." Girl Reserves 110-11-125 MARY FRATZ "Comely thou." Etiquette Club 11 05 Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 ROBERT FRAZIER "Here let me rust and die." Monitor 1125 Usher 1125 VIRGINIA FREDRICK UNV0 never yet had seen half so fair." Perfect Attendance 110-1 1- 125 German Club 111-125 Girl Reserves 110-11-125 Rifle Club 1125 Student Council 111-125 Squad Leader 111-125 Girls' Athletic Club 1125 JACK FRITZ "They call'd me child." Rifle Club 1125 Home Room Chairman 1125 U25 Office Squad 1125 RAYMOND FULKERSON "I kenw him brave." Home Room Representative 1115 Nature Club, Vice President 1125 JOSEPH GABRIEL "With weary steps, I loiter Shorthand Awards 1125 JOHN GASTON "The graceful tact." Hi-Y 110-115 Chorus 1125 Orchestra 110-11-125 Monitor 1125 on." Announcement Squad 11 1- 125 Spanish Club 11 25 ALFRED GERMAN! "But here is one." Band 1125 Monitor 1125 Service Squad 1125 GEORGE GETTY "There were but few yrondlier he. Hi-Y 1105 Rifle Club 111-125 Nature Club 1125 Assembly Squad 1125 Spanish Club 1125 than MAXINE GILLILAND "Of loyal nature and of noble mind." Girl Reserves Cabinet 111-125 Rifle Club 1125 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 "Hooray For Youth" 1125 Senatus Romanus 111-125 Announcement Squad 1125 Girl Reserves 111-125 "Seven Sisters" 1125 EUGENE GLOVER "Mirthful hc." Dofobs 1115 Hi-Y 110-11-125 Band 1125 Monitor 111-125 Office Squad 1125 Service Squad 1115 Home Room Committee 1115 ANTHONY GOLBA "Thou art a knight peerless." Monitor 1125 Shorthand Awards 1125 FRANCES GOLIS "I wonde1'e'd at her strength." Shorthand Awards 1125 Girls' Athletic Club 1125 ROBERT GREEN "Pure in deeds! German Club 111-125 Hall Captain 1125 Football Usher 110-115 NYY NYYYXNY XNNNNYYYYXNNNNNYNYYYYXNNYYXNX V6 Qs X YXYBJ thi ni! MARY ANN GRIBBEN "Gay among the gay." "Seven Sisters" 1125 Girl Reserves 111-125 DOROTHY GUYNN "With her sunny hair and smile sunny." Girl Reserves 111-125 Rifle Club 1125 Home Room Chairman 111-125 Girl's Athletic Club 111-125 "Seven Sisters" 1125 Spanish Club 1125 BETTY HASS "As high as woman in her selfless mood." Girl Reserves 111-125 German Club 111-125 SAM HADDAD "Brave is he." Junior Varsity Football 1115 Varsity Football 1125 Hall Monitor 1125 SALLY HARES "Beyond all sweetness in a life so rich." Senatus Romanus 1105 Announcement Squad 1125 Girl Reserves l1f125" ff' JOHN HARMER "My strength is as the stremrth of ten." German Club 1125 Perfect Attendance 110-11- 125 Home Room Chairman 1125 MARJORIE HARRIS "The tende1'est-hearted maid." Girl Reserves 111-125 Announcement Squad 1125 ALLENE HARTZELL "Roses are her cheeks and a 1-use her mouth." Girl Reserves 111-125 French Club 1125 ALBERT HASSON "Bound upon a quest." Monitor 111-125 LILLIAN HAWKEY "She dazzles all eyes." Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 DOROTHY HAYES "A damsel ol' high lineage. Girl Reserves 111-125 Rifle Club 1125 Senatus Romanus 1115 Student Representative 1105 Girls' Athletic Club 111-125 Class Basketball 1125 MARIAN HEADINGS "Easy nature." Girl Reserves 111-125 BRUCE HEADLAND "Hu that told the tale." Hi-Y 1115 Golf 111-125 Monitor 110-115 Home Room Representative 1115 CHARLES HIBBARD "He loved in silence." Monitor 111-125 Usher 1125 Cheer Leader 1125 BETTY HIMEBAUGH "So light of foot." Girl Reserves 1105 Squad Leader 111-125 Girls' Athletic Club 1125 EVERETT HOFFMAN "A divinely-gifted man." Hi-Y President 1125 French Club 1125 News Reporter 1125 Art Staff 1125 H320 College Avenue" 1125 "Hooray For Youth" 1125 "Seven Sisters" 1125 Junior Kiwanis 1125 ALFRED HOOK "My love shall no further range Hi-Y 110-11-125 Orchestra 1125 Band 110-11-125 Senatws R-omanus 111-125 Monitor 110-115 Monitor Captain 1125 Office Squad 1115 Spanish Club 1125 WILLIAM HORCHLER "Of loyal nature and of noble mind." Monitor 110-115 School Usher 1125 GEORGE HRUSKA "And glory he gain'd." Monitor 111-125 Nature Club 1125 ELAINE HUBBARD "Elaine, the fair, Elaine the lov- able." Girl Reserves 111-125 Shorthand Awards 1125 Filing Awards 1125 NNN' NYYYYXXNNYYXQXNX YYYYYYYYYYYYYYXNYYNXNNXNYXNNNYYY NYYYYYNYXNNXQYNQNY Nt f - 0 f k NVYYYNYYNNNNNNNYXNY 'YXNY N XXXA Yr NXXXXY hX o NNN' YYXNV ai 5 3 E'-3' 312 LEE Q3 .E-4: 153 6,3 S fa 5' N E QQ 433 dm . mg as : T353 S 3' H045 .moz n-l"5O,,4 lO,.xv-a EEE V32 CD1 iw TIMOTHY IVORY IRENE JOHN "N0t muffled round with selfish "I would the creat world were like reticencef' thee," Good C1t1ZeI'1Sl11p Club f11- Shgfthand Awards f121 121 JOSEPH JACOBS "Great he is in his manhood." Track Q11-121 Monitor Captain 1121 School Usher C121 MARY JANNETTI "I well believe this damself Shorthand Awards C121 Town Meeting Club 1121 AGNES JASKIEL "She Spake low." Shorthand Awards C121 JAMES JOHNSON "Thou strikcst a strong stroke." Library Squad C121 Band Q11-121 Usher 4111 JOHN JOHNSON "From car to ear his smile Weals. ' Good Citizenship Club C11 121 Lovlz JOHNSON "Livclier than this wisp that gleams Girl Reserves fl 1-121 'YYY NYNX N' A- YN 0 0 1 4 I Gym Exhibition CT01 Monitor Q10-11-121 1 RUBY LEE JONES "One with eyes darker than darkest pansiesf' Girl Reserves 110-11-125 WILLIAM JONES "Anil now and then he Qravely smiles." Art Staff 1125 Monitor 111-125 JOSEPHINE KAZENSKI "True and tender." Good Citizenship Club 110- 11-125 , LlLLlS KEELING "I know not what is sweeter." Girl Reserves 1125 Girl Reserve Cabinet 1125 Class Basketball 112 5 HOWARD KELLEY "Let what will bc, be." Nature Club 1125 Football Usher 111-125 RAYMOND KELLEY "Gaunt as if he wer 'e a skeleton of himself." Class Basketball 1125 Monitor 111-125 H32 0 College Avenue" "Seven Sisters" 1 125 FRED KELLY "Curl'd and eomb'd Good Citizenship 125 WILLIAM K his hair." Club 111 ELLY "I will go forward." Home Room Representative Q11-125 l x MARGARET KENEHAN "Gentle as I know." Girl Reserves 110 Home Room Rep 1115 -11-125 resentative CHARLES KERESTLY "A selfless and stai man." Chorus 111-125 Monitor 1125 Usher 111-125 Nature Club 1125 nless gentle- NYNQXNNYYYNNNYYYYYYYYYYNYYXN' P952 NNYYXNN . XR YXNYYNYYXNXNYYY NNXNVYYNYNNVXNYNYYYXNNNXR ' Q Y XNNYXNYYYYYNN 'YXNNYXNY NYYYNNNNXNY NN 4' www I LOUISE KEYSO "One was fair, strong-arm'd." Shorthand Awards C125 FRED KIENAST "Such fine reserve." Home Room Chairman C115 Monitor C125 ROBERT KIMMEL "Full often lost in fancy." Monitor C10-11-125 Junior Varsity Football C115 Class Basketball C10-125 IMOGENE KING "Her ways are sweet." Girl Reserves C10-115 Shorthand Awards C125 MARY ELIZABETH KIRKER "A little shy at first." MARIE KLAMAR "Let what is fair be for what is fair." Shorthand Awards C125 Squad Leader C125 Girls, Athletic Club C125 STELLA KLISHAKO t'The flower of all the VVest and all the world." Home Room Chairman C105 Spanish Club C125 JOHN KNIGHT "And no man there will dare to mock at me." Hall Monitor C125 Filing Award C125 JAMES KNORR "Doubt not, go forward." Hall Monitor Captain C125 SOPHIE KOLODJESKI "What I can I will." WALLACE KOSIN "Thou hast ever spoken truth." Monitor 110-11-121 Usher 1111 STELLA KOSZELA "With skill and finencssf' Shorthand Awards 1121 ANN LAUREL "That clear-I'eaturcd face was lovely." Girl Reserves 1121 RUTH LEACH 'Oh! Such cycsf Girl Reserves 110-121 Student Representative 1 Student Council 1101 DORIS LEDDY "Never a one so gzxyf Girl Reserves 111-121 Vice-President 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 Home Room Chairman 1111 w l 101 1 Student Representative 11 11 A Class Basketball 1121 Senatus Romanus 11 1-121 Announcement Squad 1 121 ELIZABETH LENO "Welcome as a friend." Perfect Attendance 1121 Shorthand Awards 111-121 Senior Band 111-121 Squad Leader 111-121 Girls' Athletic Club 1121 May Day Festival 1101 NORMA LEONARD "So sweetly and modestly shm- camef' Good Citizenship Club 111 121 DOROTHY LEWIS "Yet she seemed to dream." Girl Reserves 1121 Spanish Club 1121 REESE LEWIS "In whom God hall breathed a certain good." Monitor 111-121 Usher 111-121 Class Basketball 1121 HELEN LITWINOWICZ "Low spoken and of so few words. Shorthand Awards 1121 MARY ELIZABETH LOGAN "Loved of the loveliestf' Girl Reserves 110-11-125 Cabinet 1125 OLGA LOMBARD "With frequent smiles." Squad Leader 1125 Girls' Athletic Club 1125 ANITA LOVE "She was more fair than Words can say." Dofobs 1125 Vice President 1125 Girl Reserves 1125 Cabinet 1125 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 Home Room Chairman 111- 125 GLORIA LUDOVICI "Thee we love." Shorthand Awards 1125 Chorus 1125 Filing Awards 1125 Commercial Club 1125 DORIS LUTZ "A low and chuckling laugh." Etiquette Club 1105 ' 9125 CAROLINE LYSZ "Wlith all ease." Shorthand Awards 111-125 CARRIE MACARELLA "Most gracious." Shorthand Awards 1125 Chorus 1115 Girl Reserves 1125 JERRY MAHER "The boy is noble naturedf' Rifle Club 1125 ERIC MAKIHILL "His hair a sun that ray'd from off a brow." Varsity Football 111-125 Junior Varsity Football 1105 Hall Monitor 110-125 Class Basketball 1115 SOPHIE MALIHOUTSAKI "The prettiest little damsel in the port." Slfmrbhaciidirwa-rds1-12'5 ROBERT MARKEL "'Thc master of the meats and drinks be thine." Monitor 110-115 Junior Hi-Y 1115 Class Basketball 1115 Track 1115 PHILLIP MAROTTI "I trust I have not wasted breath." Hall Monitor 110-115 BETTY MARTIN "And noblest when she lifted up her eyes." French Club 1115 Class Basketball 1125 Spanish Club 1125 IRWIN MASTER "Le:-u-n'd in the oldest tongue in all this World." Senatus Rornanus 110-11- 125 Orchestra 110-115 Hi-Y 1115 Usher 1125 Monitor 1125 Chess Club 110-115 JACK MATHEWS "Manhood makes the man." Hi-Y 110-11-125 Student Council 1125 Class Treasurer 1105 H320 College Avenue" "Hooray for Youth" Band 110-11-125 Usher 1125 "Seven Sisters" 1125 FRANCES MAURI "A quiet mind in a loud world." Shorthand Awards 1125 Perfect Attendance 110-1 1- 125 ELIZABETH MAYERS "Pleased the eyes of many men." Chorus 111-125 FELIX MELE "Who never knewest finger-ache nor pang." Class Basketball 110-11-125 JOHN MELICHAR "There is the man." Track 110-115 Football Usher 11 15 Class Basketball 11 15 JAMES MELITO "The slow, wise smile." Good Citizenship Club 111-125 NYYXNNNNNXNYY YXNNNYY NYYY NXNNNN -YY ' ' ' YN YNXNNYYYXNNNNYYYNYYYXN , X' NY N YYYXNNNYXNY NNYNNNNYYNYYYXNXNNNYNYYY Y New NN' NVYYYYYYY - 'f' 0 feewwssesssevsaeex AwsewwssewwwsessAQeeasseesssseessssessssevsseeees A 'YN NJNXWQXNXNYYYXXXYYYXNYYX 0 NYYYYVYNYYY 'Y QX DOROTHY METZLER "Stept with all grace." Girl Reserves 1125 Shorthand Awards 1125 Squad Leader 110-11-125 .. Girls' Athletic Club 1125 President 1125 Class Basketball 1125 May Day Festival 1105 GEORGE MILLER "A kindly man moving among his kind." Monitor 1115 French Club 1115 Football Manager 1125 Track Manager 1125 JEAN MILLER "Fairer than Rachel by the palmy well." Sophomore B Chairman 1125 "Stage Door" 1115 H320 College Avenue" 1125 "Hooray for Youth" 1125 "Seven Sisters" 1125 Chorus 1125 Squad Leader 111-125 Girls' Athletic Club 1125 MARJORIE MILLER "The face as an angel's." French Club 1125 Girl Reserves 1125 MURIEL MILLER "And in her heart she laughed." Girl Reserves 110-1 15 GEORGE MITCHELL "Thy name and glory cling: to all high places." Band 111-125 Home Room Representative 1119 Usher 1125 Hall Monitor 111-125 Chess Club 1115 MARGARET MITCHELL "I grow in worth and wit and sense." Nature Club 1125 Orchestra 111-125 Band 111-125 ALETA MONTGOMERY "Such a life, a mind, a heart, as thine." May Day Festival 1105 Leaders' Club 1105 JANE MORRIS "For she was cramm'd with theories out of books." Ne-Ca-Hi Annual Staff 1125 News Staff 1125 Senatus Romanus 111-125 Nature Club 1125 VIRGINIA MORRISON "Her bright hair blows about her serious face." Shorthand Awards 1125 Announcement Squad 1125 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 Girl Reserve Cabinet 1125 Filing Award 1125 Town Meeting Club 1125 News Staff 1125 NYYXNXNYYV 'YN NX Q I Shorthand-Awards 11'0'5 Special Speech Class 1115 ROBERT MORT "Then came the fine Gawain." Band 111-121 Usher 111-121 Chess Club 1111 ROLAND MORTIMER Ulndeed I love." Chorus 1111 Home Room Representative 1111 WILLIAM MOSES "A loyal subject." Monitor 1111 ALBERT MOSS "I know that I am genial." Hi-Y 1101 Home Room Representative 1101 Track 1101 WALTER MUMEYAK "Ran like a colt and leapt at all he saw." Track 110-11-121 Football 111-121 Basketball 1101 Monitor 1111 Usher 1111 Chess Club 1111 GENEVIEVE MUNDZIAK "Smiling saucilyf' Shorthand Awards 1121 Squad Lleader 110-11-121 Girls' Athletic Club 1121 ARNOLD McCARTNEY "All true and noble in knight and man." Usher 1111 Pre-Session Squad 110-11- 121 Library 110'-111 Bulletin Squad 1121 Monitor 110-11-121 Rifle Club 110-111 Track 1111 JEAN MCCLARAN "She looks so merry." Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Class Officer 1101 MARTHA McCLUSKY "Soldier-like erect." Girl Reserves 111-121 "Hooray for Youth" 1121 Chorus 111-121 Girls' Ensemble 1121 Music Contest 111-121 HELEN McCOMMON "The wan, sweet maiden." Special Speech Class 1111 Girl Reserves Cabinet 111-121 Ne-Ca-'Hi Staff 1121 Senatus Romanus 110-11-121 Announcement Squad 1121 Sophomore Home Room Program Chairman 1121 "Seven Sisters" 1121 N NYXNXNXNY NX NNXXYYYXNNNNN NYYYYYYYYYYXNNYYNYYNYX' 'NNN 0 NYYYYYYYYYNYYYYNYYXNNNYYYYYXNNXNNNYYYYYNX' XNNYYYYYYXNNXNYYYYNXNNYYYYYYXN ' ' ' ' N NYY N 'NN XNXNYYNN 0 NN NNY NYXN 'Y NYXNYYYYXNYNVNYYNYYVYYYYYYY dw ' kk ' 'JXJYN -f ff NX YYYYNNYYXNYY THOMAS McCREARY "Life is not idle." Usher 1111 Monitor 111-121 RICHARD McGOUGH "So make thy manhood mightier day by day." Orchestra 110-11-121 Band 111-121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 Music Contest 111-121 AUDREY McILVENNY "O damsel, the light of your blue eyes." Girls' Rifle Club 1121 Girl Reserves 1111 Chorus 111-121 JOSEPH McILVENNY "He stood in silence." Good Citizenship Club 111-121 JOHN McKlNLEY "Industry has its reward." Hi-Y 111-121 Monitor 11 11 Usher 11 1 121 JAMES McWILLIAMS "The trumpet blew so loud." Band 110-11-121 Orchestra 1121 Monitor Captain 1111 WILLIAM NICHOLSON "The new design wherein he lost himself." Ne-Ca-Hi Art Staff 1121 Bulletin Board Squad 1121 SARAH NICKUM "I do my best to win." Good Citizenship Club 1121 DOROTHY NISULA "And slender was her hand." Shorthand Awards 1121 Squad Leader 1111 Girl Reserves 110-111 AURORA NOCERA "To know thee is all wisdom." Home Room Chairman 111-121 Student Council 1121 Class Room Representative 1111 NNYYYYYNXQYY NN' l I l l W . l , I Ciass Basketball-1T21 Spanish Club 1121 EDWARD NOGA ANTHONY OFFI "They cast upon him eyes of love." "Less of' sorrow lives in me." Varsity Football 111-121 Good Citizenship Club 111- Basketball 110-111 1 121 Varsity Track 110-11-121 l Usher 1121 Student Council 1101 l Town Meeting Club 1121 Class President 1101 Monitor 1121 MARY O'LAUGHLlN "He found me first when yet a JOSEPHINE NOTARESCHI little maid." f-Beauty fair in her flown -." Girl Reserves 111-121 Good Citizenship Club 1111 Gofgb Citizenship Club 111' Gym Exhibition 1101 Spanish Club 412, RUTH NUNLEY JULIAN OTLAWSKI "Mystic and wonderful." "Whospoke few words." Shorthand Awards 111-121 Good Citizenship Club 111- Town Meeting Club 1121 121 DALE O,BRIEN LAVERNE OTTO " , - h - ft." "Cleave to the better man." loyal to t C uttmmob Hall Monitor 1121 P're-Session Squad Captain 41 U 121 Shorthand Awards 1121 MARY PABOUDJIAN JOHN 0'CONNOR ,Noble mmm "Lives pure, speaks true." Library Squad 411, Perfect Attendance 110-11 Nature Club 1121 -121 Good Citizenship Club 111- Monitor 1121 121 Good Citizenship Club 111- NNNYY NNNYNYXNNYYYYYYYYYYNNNYYYYYYNNYYYYVYX NYY NYYN 'YYXNYYYYNY 'YYYYYNYYYYYNYYYYYYYY I I 'YYYYYYYYYYXNYYYYYNXXNYYYY NY DOROTHY PADEN HELEN PAUL "Let love be blamed for it, not I." "She was daykqlaired, dark.9ygd,' Shorthand Awards 1125 Rooters Club 1115 Etiquette Club 1115 , French Club 111-125 Girl Reserves 110-115 AGNES PALKOVITCH KATHRYN PAULINI "M9lOdy ill mid-ail'-" "Grant me some knight to do battle for me.' ' Shorthand Awards 111-125 Good Citizenship Club 111 125 Chorus 110-11-125 ANDY PALMER "Be not so hardy." Chorus 1125 Orchestra 1125 Band 110-11-125 Ensemble Contest 1125 MILDRED PAYNE "Some young lad's mystery." Girl Reserves 1115 Shorthand Awards 1125 Good Citizenship Club 111 125 X JOE PALUSZAK "Man am I grown, a man's work must I do." Hi-Y 1125 H320 College Avenue" 1125 Varsity Football 111-125 Usher 1125 Track 110-115 MARY PELUSO "I love not yet, but love I shall. Shorthand Awards 1125 MARIAN PATTISON 1 CARMEN PERRO "We salute thee." I Girl Reserves clo-11-12, "Gracious to all ladies." K 3 'Tune In' 1105 Chorus 111-125 QYYY 'YYYYXNX YN ' 0 ' I Chorus 1105 Office Squad 1125 BETTY PHILLIPS "She will not wed, save whom she loveth." Rooters Club 1115 Etiquette Club 110-115 Spanish Club 1125 VIOLA PICCARO "Your pretty sports brighton all." Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 ANTHONY PICCUTA "A knight peerless." Hall Monitor 1125 Pre-Session Squad 1125 Chorus 111-125 Junior Varsity Football 1115 Varsity Basketball 1115 Track 1125 NAOMI PITZER "She is fair." Girl Reserves 110-115 Class Basketball 1125 Spanish Club 1125 ELIZABETH PORTER "All the charm of the muses." Spanish Club 1125 Girl Reserves 1125 Orchestra 111-125 JANE FRESH "Gracious, kind." Good Citizenship Club 1125 IRENE PRICE "A happy life." Nature Club 1125 Good Citizenship Club 111 125 RUTH PROSSER "Her fresh and innocent eyes "Stage Door" 1115 Good Citizenship Club 111 125 ADELE PRZYBYLSKI "Words whose echo lasts." Shorthand Awards 1125 Good Citizenship Club 111 125 EDWARD PUGH "For strong thou art." Track 110-115 Football Usher 1125 Pre-Session Squad 1115 Stamp Club 1115 Monitor 1115 'isr'r I NYYYYYYYYYY NYYYYYYYY 0 ' sis 0 0 , 0 YYYYYNYYYYYYX 'XY 'X o oo NYYYvYX 'NN N 'YY 'Y .Nix ' NNYNYYYYYYYYX 50X 0 Nw 'Xrkki NYYYX NVYY 'Y XXYYXX .YNXNXNYYYNYYNNNNNYYYX uso QUINN "And after my long voyage, I shall rest." Usher 110-11-121 Monitor 110-11-121 Track 110-111 Office Squad 1101 Spanish Club 1121 MARY QU I NN "Sweet maiden." Good Citizenship Club 111- 121 Shorthand Awards 1121 FORREST RAFFEL "Worthy to be knixxhtf' Hi-Y 1101 Home Room Chairman 1111 Monitor 110-111 ANN RAINEY "Goodly therewithalf' Class Basketball 1101 Class Volleyball 1101 BETTY RANEY "Thou art fair, my child." Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Cabinet 110-121 Home Room Chairman 1111 Class Secretary 1101 Squad Leader 110-11-121 Girls' Athletic Club 111-121 Secretary 1121 Spanish Club 112 "Seven Sisters" 1121 MATTHEW RASKOWSKI "Much he learnt in little time." Varsity Football 111-121 Hall Monitor 1111 HARRY RAY "Love reflects the thing." Good Citizenship Club 111- 121 HAROLD REEBLE "Was ever man so grranflly made as he?" Monitor 11 1-121 CAROL RAKESTRAW In , "Many a golden phrase." " HELEN REED Home Room Chairman 1121 H320 College Avenue" 1121 Student Representative 1121 1 Sophomore Home Room 121 Chairman 1121 Home Room Chairman 1111 "I will rather die than doubt." Perfect Attendance 110-11- YY 'YYYYXNN Shakespeare Contest-1T1'1 Etiquette Club 1'1'1'1 ELSIE RIDLEY "And all her bca:-ing: gracious' Girl Reserves 110-11-125 Cabinet 1125 "Tune In" 1105 Chorus 110-125 Nature Club 1125 Music Contest 1115 MARY ROGAN "In hcl' own grand way." Shorthand Awards 1125 Good Citizenship Club 111- 1 125 ANDREW ROSS "He the much beloved." Orchestra 1125 Band 110-11-125 Hall Monitor 1115 JOSEPH ROSS "A man and a loader of men." Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 Vice President 1115 Basketball 1125 Monitor 111-125 Usher 1125 Spanish Club 1125 MARY ROSS "Her cycs sparkle." Shorthand Awards 1125 Girls Basketball 1125 Band 111-125 MARY ROTUNNO "But in me put force." Girls Basketball 111-125 Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 socRATEs Roussos "His prowess was too wondrous." Football 111-125 Track 111-125 Basketball 110-11-125 Monitor 1125 CHARLES RUBY "Hard won and hardly won' Hi-Y 110-115 Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 GLORIA RUSSO "In high day the morning star." Shorthand Awards 1125 Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 DOROTHY scARAzzo "Sweet Lady." Chorus 110-11-125 Gym Exhibition 1105 NXNNNNNXXQXXXXN' ' 0 2 NYYYYYXNYX 2 0 0 0 0 0 NXNNXXX SW 'X X1 ifif?5ffff9' 'N Q,-fJ99'l'X" fo 1 S 5 -xwvxmxxxxx Qwwvvxwvxwwwvwvwwwvwwwvwwvvwwwwx-vwxwwwwww NNYYXXYYYYYYYNYYXNYYYNYYYN NYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYX NYYYYYX 'YYYNYYX ' Q v v QYYYY NYYX AQXNX 0 0 l I CI-IAUNCEY SCI-IALLER "Let the world have its way," Chorus 1121 Monitor 111-121 Good Citizenship Club 111 121 EMMA SCHULLER "Sweet voice, as of a bird." German Club 111-121 Secretary 1121 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 President 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 Home Room Program Chair- man 1121 Student Council 1101 Chorus 110-111 MINNIE SCOTTI "True Heart." Shorthand Awards 1121 Good Citizenship Club 111 121 MARTHA SESSION "So sweet and serviceable." Shorthand Awards 1121 Good Citizenship Club 111 121 ALICE SEWALL "I seem'd a curious little maid again." Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Rifle Club 111-121 Class Basketball 1121 MARION SHAFFER "Manners so kind, yet stately." Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Class Basketball 110-111 Good Citizenship Club 111 121 Town Meeting Club 1121 MIRIAM SI-IAFFER "A rose of Irracef' German Club 111-121 Girl Reserves 111-121 Rifle Club 111-121 HAZEI.. SI-IEEHY "There is the nigrhtingalef' Home Room Chairman 1121 Chorus 110-11-121 Music Contest 111-121 EDNA SHEFFLER "Such a grace of tendcrcst courtesy." Girl Reserves 1111 Town Meeting Club 1121 SARAH SI-IERBINE "She is free enough for talk." Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Class Basketball 1121 Good Citizenship Club 111 121 Spanish Ciub 1T2'1 "Seven Sisters' 1T21 NORMAN SHIDERLY "Take thou the truth as thou hast told it." Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 PAUL SHIFMAN "Of those tall knights who glory gained." Monitor 110-11-125 Pre-Session Squad 1125 Usher 1125 Class Basketball 110-115 ALMA SHOAF "A maiden is a tender thimrf' Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 HOWARD SINKULE "Purpose in purpose, will in will." Usher 111-125 Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 HELEN SKELTON "A virtuous gentlewoman." Shorthand Awards 11 0-1 15 Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 STEPHEN SKUBA "A man should not be bound." Football Usher 1125 Basketball Usher 1125 Class Basketball 110-115 WILBUR SLOAN "His faith is fix't and cannot move." German Club 111-125 President 1125 Library 1125 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 Town Meeting Club 1125 EDITH SMARRELLI "In her you soc the faithful." Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 DOROTHY SMITH "Like a blossom." Shorthand Awards 1115 Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 ELIAS SMOLINSKI "I wage not any feud." Rifle Club 1125 Home Room Representative 1115 Monitor 1125 ' YYYNrNtX'X9XYYYXNYYXNWYYYXNXNYYYYYYYY YYYXNNY 969. YYYY YYY Y YXOYXYYX YY YYY NYY NYYYYYYYYWX NN' 0 ' ' - JASPER SMOOT "Let chance what will." Hall Patrol 1125 Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 CHARLES SNYDER "Sweet is the chase." Hi-Y 110-115 Track 110-115 Monitor 110-11-125 Nature Club 1125 Captain of Usher Squad 1125 Spanish Club 1125 CHARLOTTE SNYDER "Meeker than any child to a rough nurse." Girl Reserves 1125 Home Room Chairman 1125 Shorthand Awards 1125 Student Representative 110- 115 Commercial Club 1125 LOIS SOUTHWORTH "Her manners are not idle." Student Council 1115 Orchestra 110-11-125 Shorthand Awards 1125 Squad Leader 1125 Girls' Athletic Club 1125 Student Representative 1105 BETTY SPANGLER "So tender was her v0ice.' Shorthand Awards 1125 Chorus 1115 Orchestra 110-11-125 Contest 111-125 String Quartette 111-125 JAMES SPARACINO "A man with heart, head, hand.' Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 JAMES SPERDUTE "I am going a long way." Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 THOMAS SPIERS 'I knew mankind." Rifle Club 1105 Monitor 110-11-125 Usher 110-125 ROBERT STEPHENSON "Taller than all his fellows." Hi-Y 110-11-125 Monitor 1125 Usher 111-125 Home Room Representative 1125 Class Basketball 111-125 Assembly Squad 1125 FRANCIS STOCKMAN "The lad is noble." Monitor 111-125 Home Room Chairman 1115 Assembly Squad-1T25 y KATHRYN, STRAUGHEN DAVID TAYLOR "The grace and versatility of the man." Dofobs 1125 Town Meeting Club 1125 Hi? 1125 112, ' reasurer Home Room Chairman 1115 "Hooray for Youth" 1125 Monitor 111-125 Usher 111-125 Junior Kiwanian 1125 "Seven Sisters" 1125 "She was a great lady." Girl Reserves 1125 Shorthand Awards 1125 MARY SWARTZLANDER "Faires't of all flesh on earth." Girl Reserves 1125 Shorthand Awards 1125 HOWARD TAYLOR "Well hast thou done." Track 111-125 Football 1115 Band 111-125 HELEN SWIATKWICH "Noble maid." Class Basketball 1125 Good Citizenship Club 110- 1 15 rcproachfl Hi-Y 110-11-125 Vice President 111-125 H320 College Avenue" 1115 Track 111-125 Usher 111-125 Cheer Leader 111-125 Announcement Squad 1105 "Seven Sisters" 1125 JAMES TAYLOR "He never sbakc word nf CHARLES TANNER "Full-limb'd and tall." Hall Monitor 111-125 Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 JULIA TERRANOVA "Thy deeds will speak well." Shorthand Awards 111-125 Town Meeting Club 1125 WILLARD TANNEY "I will be your knight." i German Club 111-125 Home Room Chairman 1115 FRANK TERRERI "Full of noble things." Track 1125 Monitor 111-125 Filing Awards 1125 USl19I' 111-125 Monitor 1115 Announcement Squad 1125 Class Basketball 110-11-125 YYYYYYYXNY NYY 'YX"l A YN? XNNXNYNXNYY A XXX XXX!! 'Vis Q 'N+YYX4X4N!XNX4YY ' 0 NN 'YYX4X4vNX4vYNeX'XffY 'YYYYXN NN NNXNNYNYNYYYYYXN ' NNXNXNYYYNNNX NYYYYNX 'YXNYYYYYNYXXNYYXN 'XNNX NNNYYYYYYYYNXNXNXYYYYYYNQXQXYXN ALBERT THEOPHILUS WILLIAM TINSTMAN "I know there is none other I "C0urtQ0u5 in this, as in all," can lovef' Hi-Y C105 Varsity Basketball C11-125 Band C10-115 Monitor C125 Usher C115 Class Basketball C105 GRANT THOMAS "A voice as of the waters." Squad Leader C125 Usher C11-125 MARJORIE THOMAS "The wreath of beauty." Girl Reserves C10-11-125 Cabinet C11-125 Newspaper C11-125 Home Room Representative C115 "Hooray for Youth" C125 WILLAM THOMPSON "For this lad is great and lusty of all." Monitor C105 Home Room Representative C125 RICHARD THOMPSON "So young a youth." Hi-Y C10-115 Rifle Club C125 Shorthand Awards C125 Monitor C125 Band C125 Usher C11-125 THOMAS TONEY "There is an isle of rest for thee." Rifle Club C125 Good Citizenship Club C11- 125 HELEN TRUSHEL "From forehead down to foot, perfect." Girl Reserves C10-125 Class Basketball C105 Rifle Club C105 Shorthand Awards C115 MARGARET USSELTON "Fresh as a flower newborn." Girl Reserves C10-11-125 Cabinet C125 German Club C11-125 Home Room Representative C105 EUGENE VALLELY "A kindly man, moving among his kind." Monitor C10-115 Rooters Club C115 - MARGARET E. VALLELY HELEN WAI-CZAK "Great bards ol' her will sing." "A goodly dame." Shorthand Awards 1121 X Ch01'l1S 1121 Town Meeting Club 1121 Good Citizenship Club 111- 121 MARGARET S. VALLELY 1 AMY WALFORD "O, friend, who camest to thy goal." Good Citizenship Club 1111 Rooters Club 1111 "Sweet among the fiowers" Girl Reserves 1101 Shorthand Awards 1121 Squad Leader 111-121 Girls Athletic Club 1121 JUNIATA VEACH ROBERT WALLACE "Making a horse caper and cur- x ' . . VCU "He had glamour in his blood." Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Good Citizenship Club 111- Rifle Club 111-121 12, Spanish Club 1121 Rooters Club 11 11 MARIAN VI-I-To RICHARD WALLACE . "Thu wise man that has ever "The heavens have given thee a fair face." Served? shorthand Awards 1121 Hi'Y 92? , Town Meeting, Club 412, Good Cltizenship Club 111- 121 NORMAN WADDINGTON 1 SHIRLENE WALLS "True and tried." German Club 111-121 Library Squad 1111 Girl Reserves 1101 Rifle Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 1111 "A head with kindling eyes above the throng." NYYNXNYYYYNYYYYYNYYYYYYYYYXN' ' NYYYYY YN o 'X' NNYYYYYYYYYYNYYYNYX 0 ' NYXNYYY NYXNXNXKN XX YYYYNYYXXXXXXXX NNN '. .... Nyyyyxq. ....... xYYYYYYYX4XXXXX'YYYYYX NYYNNY NYYYNYYYYYNYYY NY NKNYYYYXNXNNYYNNX NYYYYXNYNYYXNXNYYYYVYXNYYYNNYYNYYYNYYYYVNNNX NNN NYNYY ' NYNYYYYYYYYYYNNYYNNYNY NNN JOHN WALZER JULIA WAWRZYNSKI "'This knight were whole, being our "Let be my name until 1 make my greatest." Chorus 111-121 Usher 111-121 Home Room Representative 1111 German Club 111-121 Ne-Ca-Hi 1121 Associate Editor 1121 PHYLLIS WARNOCK "Cares but to pass into silent life." Spanish Club 1121 Good Citizenship Club 111- 121 WILMA WARSO "Beauty, grace, and power." French Club 1121 Orchestra 111-121 Senatus Romanus 111-121 MIKE WASILIN "Strong thou art and goodly." Home Room Representative 1111 Basketball Manager 111-121 Monitor 111-121 Captain 1121 Football Usher 110-11-121 Captain 1121 Student Representative 111- 121 Assembly Squad 1111 CONSTANCE WATT "None, save a little maid." Dofobs 1121 Senatus Romanus 110-11-121 Treasurer 111-121 name." Spanish Club 1121 Good Citizenship Club 111- 121 GLADYS WEINSCHENK "In gilt and rosy raiment came." Girl Reserves 1121 Rifle Club 1111 Good Citizenship Club 111- 121 EDDIE WENDA "On whom the maidens Eazef' Varsity Basketball 11 1-121 Captain 1121 Usher 11 11 Monitor 11 11 JULIAN WENDA "Young: as I am, yet Would I do my best." Dofobs 111-121 Usher 111-121 Good Citizenship Club 1111 Spanish Club 1121 ALICE WHITE H "Ye scorn the World,s desire. Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Newspaper 1121 Shorthand Awards 1121 Band 110-11-121 Commercial Club 1121 Filing Award 1121 FRANCES WIENSKI JOHN WILKINS "Tendern1-ss of' manners and "Can one love twice ?" nature," 1 Monitor 1125 Shorthand Awards 1125 Good Citizenship Club 111- Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 125 JOHN WIERSKO BETTY WILLIAMS "All is well." "All her bright hair streamin Good Citizenship Club 111- dawn." 129 Girl Reserves 1125 Rooters Club 1115 Spanish Club 512, Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 TOM WILCOX "Thou hast ever answer'1l eoui tt-ously." German Club 111-125 CHARLES WILLIAMS Vice President i125 "I know that this is life." President 1125 Hi-Y 111-125 Track 1125 Monitof 1125 Good Citizenship Club 111- Stage Squad 1115 125 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 SYLVESTER WILDER HELEN WILLIAMS "Full mPl'l'Y Rm I-" "Such apparel as might bcseem zz princess." Hi-Y 111-125 Rifle Club 111-125 Girl Reserves 110-11-125 President 1125 Cabinet 111-125 ' Home Room Representative H01119 R00111 R9P1'9S9Htat1V9 1115 1125 Nature Club 1125 Class Basketball 1105 Town Meeting Club 1125 GENEVIEVE. WILK MARGARET WILLIAMS "Fair speech was hers," "White was her cheek," German Club 111-125 Shorthand Awards 1125 Squad Leader 110-11-125 Good Citizenship Club 111- Girls' Athletic Club 111-125 125 NNN NYYYY 0 NNYYNNYYNYYNNY 'YYYYYYNYYXNNYYYX5 'YNNXNYYNYYXKNNYY 'NYXNYYXNYYXA 0 NXNNYYNYX NYYNNX 'YYYYX' YNYYYYYVYYNXNNYYYYYNYYYYNYX JUNE WILSON "With her milkwhitc arms and shadowy hair." Girl Reserves 110'-11-125 Newspaper 1125 Good Citizenship Club 1115 Shorthand Awards 1125 LAWRENCE WIRL "I be silent too." Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 Rooters Club 1115 FRANCES WOLAN "Large, fair and fine." Shorthand Awards 1125 Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 ANNA WOLOSEWICH "Bewilcle1'ing heart and eye." Home Room Representative Shorthand Awards 1125 Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 DONALD WOODWORTH Truth speaking, brave." Home Room Representative 11 Ushei 1115 Cheeileader 1115 Rifle Club 1125 1 J 0 Band 1105 xY MARY JANE WRIGHT "Thy ways are sweet." Perfect Attendance 110-11 125 Shorthand Awards 1125 WALTER YACHYM "Civic manhood firm against the crowd." Usher 1115 Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 ANNA YAKOWICZ "Tender and truefl Shorthand Awards 1115 Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 FLORENCE YOUNG "An1l she a slender maiden." Girl Reserves 111-125 Good Citizenship Club 111- 125 LILLIAN YOUNG "Silence is wisdom, I am silent then." French Club 1125 Girl Reserves 111-125 THEODORE YOUNG "The sudden trumpet sounded as in a dream." Perfect Attendance C 10-1 1- Band Q10-11-125 Monitor Q11-123 ELIZABETH ZINGARO "One of noblest manner." Shorthand Awards C115 5. ALSO GRADUATING JOSEPH COOPER CATHERINE FLYNN WILMA JEAN FLYNN QRQQ fi ., ",, for Mn- f Hff5'Wq,N gn , .PJ-fvxfx-r Anfwf ? I ffffff ' gf' f X x "H . iff - , Jwfwfgff MMQQA xv, AQ ,w J LQLZZL ugh at X X 'mg-ff 9, Q W fgzlfolvlq ,iff 11 rr , - fp., -if G,-,Lili X 5, nk A ,- 0:-"D - 'zzz ' ,- A 1 f'fg2f4'2" f ffefff m'il"'k'.'3-' ":f- T52 f A-" ,X Y- A f 'k CC-,. f llkwxk I W 1 P",- ,..f ,ff '12 'Q " . 1" 'v-,gp , .i ,, , , "r - X642 rf-F4 A ,ne :xx vl wwgxnq I Q C.-HY' rd-nf nf-. fm fcw. lx A ,.1Qll,l Ahrmvhmilfm Q' f .l:l,',Mx:dHl 'mi' ' LANCELOT DU LAC A f if Zs Good Citizenship Club Q11- f ii ii E 32 zz 5 3 7 Kr ff! 0,090 J JQIJQQQI A Q ' ' ' 'YXNYX NYYYYYXNYYVYYVYN NNYNXJXNYYY Y 0 YYXN 'XNXNNYYYYYYYYYYXNYYNYYYYYYYXNNYNYYY NY NNYNYYYYYYYYNYXNYNNYYYYNXNN l HONOR PUPILS List compiled over three-year course, at the end of the second six weeks of the final semester fApril 28, 19391. Subject to change in the last six weeks. Students are named in alphabetical order. Anna Abraham Richard Barker Betty Edgar Lewis Finch Suzanne Flick Mary Flynn Betty Haas Everett Hoffman Irene John Doris Leddy Irwin Masters Gloria Ludovici Frances Mauri Jean Miller Jane Morris Helen McCommon Richard McGough Ruth Nunley Joe Paluszak William Rowland Charlotte Snyder James Sperdute Julia Terranova Margaret E. Vallely Marian Vitto Richard Wallace Wilma Warso Constance Watt Alice White Tom Wilcox Alice Wolosewich l lIil AWARDS Prize offered by the Lawrence Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. 4Won by RUTH NUNLEY Prize oHered by the New Castle News for general excellence in English during the high school course. -Won by EVERETT HOFFMAN Prize offered by the Music Club for general excellence in Music. -Won by JESS BADGER Prize offered by the Lawrence County Bar Association to the Senior with the highest rank in the four year Latin course. -Won by IRWIN MASTER Prize offered by Bausch 8z Lomb Optical Company for progress in scientific studies. -Won by RICHARD WALLACE Presentation of prize offered by the Sons of American Revolu- tion for proficiency in chemistry. -Won by JANE MORRIS Prize oifered by the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Alumni Association of Pittsburgh for general excellence in Mathematics during the high school course. -Won by IRWIN MASTER WHO'S WHO SENIOR A CLASS President ....................... Merritt Reynolds Vice President ....................... Carl Sherer Secretary ............................ Suzanne Flick Treasurer ....................... William Rowland JUNIOR A CLASS President ............................. James Newell Vice President ................... Tom Donovan Secretary .................. Dorothy Stritzinger Treasurer ................................ Bob Maher SOPHOMORE A CLASS President .......................... Tom Middleton Vice President .......................... Joe Burns Secretary ...................... Dorothy Rowland Treasurer ................................ Robert Fox SENIOR COMMITTEES Dinks ...................................... Dale Clobus gAnita Love Dinner Dance ....... ..... 2 Dick Mccrough School Dance ....... ................. J oe Ross Class Day .......... ........ J ack Mathews Historian ......... .......Betty Raney Prophet ........ ....... D oris Leddy Knocker ................... ....... J oe Paluszak Will .............................................. Joe Ross GIRL RESERVES President .......................... Emma Schuller Vice President ........ ........... D oris Leddy Secretary .............. ........ E sther Chill Treasurer ............................ Betty Raney FRENCH CLUB President ....................... Everett Hoffman Program Chairman ........ Warren Morgan Secretary Treasurer sl ................. Lenora Christley NATURE CLUB President ........ .................... J ack Williams Vice President ............... Charles Kerestly Secretary Q Treasurer S ...................... Miriam Smith SPANISH CLUB President ..................................... Joe Ross Vice President ........ ...... B etty Martin Secretary I Treasurer S ........ ...... S tella Klishako Reporter ................................ Alice Sewall STAGE SQUAD Ed Fortney Richard Hite Ed Allen Joe Burns ANNOUNCEMENT SQUAD Captain .............. Melford Baderschneider Squad Lewellyn Daniels Marjorie Harris Jack Gaston Doris Leddy Maxine Gilliland Helen McCommon Sally Hares Virginia Morrison IN NE-CA-HI SENIOR B CLASS President ............................ .James Hewitt Vice President ........ ........ S am George Secretary .............. ....... S hirley Potter Treasurer ...... ..... ................ D e lores Moore JUNIOR B CLASS President ............................ James Rucker Vice President ............... James Temenski Secretary .............. ........ J une Alexander Treasurer ....................... Audrene Gribble SENATUS ROMANUS President ............................. Helene Edgar Vice President ,................... James Hewitt Secretary .................... Helen McCommon Treasurer ......................... Constance Watt ANNUAL! STAFF Editor ............................... Ned Davenport Associate Editor .................. John Walzer Business Manager ........ William Rowland Art Editor .................... Everett Hoiman STUDENT COUNCIL, President ............................ Jack Mathews Vice President ........ ....... H oward Lyons Secretary ............................. Jean Dufford Treasurer ................................. Tom Clark SENIOR HI-Y President ........................ Everett Holfman Vice President ........ ........ J ack Mathews Secretary ............................... Jack Colnot Treasurer ............................. David Taylor GERMAN CLUB President ............................... Tom Wilcox Vice President ............. David Schoenfeld Secretary .............. ......... E mma Schuller Treasurer ......................... Richard Barker JUNIOR HI-Y President ................................. David Maul Vice President ......... ........ M ax Luikart Secretary .............. ....... A lvin Paradise Treasurer ............ .. .............. David Jenkins GIRL"S ATHLETIC CLUB President ........................... Pat Christman Vice President .................... Jean Duiford Secretary ........................... Johanna Hood Treasurer ................ Marjorie McNicholas Sub-Treasurer. ................ Molly Ginsberg TOWN MEETING CLUB Moderator ............................. Ruth Nunley Assistant Moderator .......... Allan Bretell Secretary ..................... Virginia Morrison Treasurer ............................. Betty Brooks HALL MONITORS Captain .......................... Charles Kerestly DOFOBS President .................................. Pat Blaine Vice President ........ ............. A nita Love Secretary .............. ...... C arol Henderson Treasurer ........ ............. T om Clark NXNXNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNXNNYYX' NNNNYYYYNYYYYX NNXNYYYXQXNXXYYYNYXNO NYYYNXNYYYYYYYYXNNYYVNX 0 ' ' NNYYNXNNNXNYNYYXNN 'YNNXNNXNYYY NYYYYYYYYX ' 1 I K A YV 1f,f,'n ..m 1 HX X xx X 1' I V egliqfiiff ' 1 I XII 1 l ND him ,ll 1 yigfyfiffiaflbqlqi "I n 5 ,-lf' , , ' ...A 'Hz-2333251255532m3::4fW2a:F"" ,,.:.,., L f'm'm':,'1,,x , :QE-if . gxff'-z" :f A fl C " i"f-:-:ee Ziff' X 'iii f"!l""'ll,1l nw -va-f-s-... . 1. ff . ,905 1"" "U A J A .,f 1. M v. "W 'f-'ff514',f.. .fs 'I' ,A '1' :Q Q.. ,gs 2:f,Mgc'1:3Ii:g1f" f J WHMGGQ5 Ns -fm 7. ,..,. ftiggiiign 5' ' n fiiif- " Q 4 V .-Y' , j K E.,,.l3QIcT::.'af5!555W. A N , X 0, '1--f.'-ft' ' A , f .m l f ww mx 51151 f 1 -- lu x rv"' , M.. .. . AZ? b f Q fda " N ,gal N H 'Q .9-IEW' 1,4 '517Z3:'fI:13'- xg ii ,,,, 'iziisif' lg Q I :J Wil' ' gl , - ii? 42fiSE:T'EL-,'-N W, -1 ig ' ' - :' Q-glgili-'fn " " Yr: ' ' f '-'BSQZQ " "U v tiwwyz. N ' . 'R 5 mm f f X Q '.'-W :ll 19 f X 0 , 8 ' ML, , A I-X s 1 48 F It ' ' yj33,, N '95-isifg, pw ff N " 4532:-1 M456 W in A f .' X , ,FI I f 3 , f, i 1 I l U X ix f K xi lf f, f X W '- fam X lr X V' 'ln , ,' M , 1 X ,374 ..l- 1 V I , ' , ' MNA x f , ,Thx . ,I , ' ' ' f - ' 1 ,fgxxvux X 1 4,5 A ll X' I 1 X I faw xxx - ii ' " ' 'f W v J if Jr X 2' X -.u N 'C-' 4 K . X Q , '12, Q ..Qfii X Z 'ish "MW 'W JSI: I ' '!"X-f--'-'.f:-f"- .,37,5.ffpg!e -::v In 'N V l hm 'wsu ' v ul "ww N U ff ' M ,, .vw .J .:s ff N - . 'Uff ' V " E57 ff x X fem: , -1 , Ei ff A '53 ,V v '75 f :kiiil 4 " 'MJ 1? TM, lf W J :ia f Nw' J " 5 5 V V 4' M' muff V-, J J W VV JV uw, f I . 532-w ' f,'f,V'.:'1" Lv 3 U 125 ,, A .. - X Wig: 1 v V., vvzv Vx. V X -QT. , Vs., JV uf 7' S' H' Q X X xv... f if f X ..mnullllIIl" ' 'N X ww. .g1.l4gy A! f 0, wht" A 4 K ' A I 01 ' ' f 122: f ffm. wif? "3 lj 1 'aiifv ' f A 4 1 w 5 l oem 9 ik f:':'--- . MA N - I :Q :.g-C-91007 I 1 . 'O :kiwi 1 . 1 'S H533 f I 151 -ZW' ' l V 1 -: .:-gf: 1 E- 'en 1 'S K L ss 1:31. ' Fe 'iii' I I at as 1, f 1 , 9 95? M 5? X GNO W UPTIOIV X- Y , ft- UN oAvs or ous, me Annum mom mas xuaeurs soucforr wma SAXON HORDES oo-4.4-0 4 TODAY THE OLD ORDER OF 1 KNIGHT!-IOOD us Gam: Dv 1' msrno, xmcfavs ssmmcf 1: me PEN Ano soon BATTLE X an eoucA'ruou's umm: Aeamsr A evu.-3 none SAVAGE THAN ,1 THE smcous or von.:-: 0. 0. 9 CCH? 5 1111111111 11111 1,1 11114, 111 111 1111!.Q11111145 F5 fn 55556 . ..............N .yyyyyyyyyyyyyy 'YYY N NX XXXXXXXXXX XXX 'YY XYXNXXXNXY XYXXYYXXYYYXYY Q Q O ' 0 0 0 NYYYXYXYYYYXXXYXNYY 'YYYXXXYYXXYNY A XXX XXX CLASS SONG Tune "Deep Purple." Here is June '39, And We must bid adieu, As there is nothing more for us to do. We'll take With us fond memories Of teachers We'Ve tried to please- We all paid tribute to these. And the students so gay Seemed to drive our cares away As we Went along our happy high school Way O yes, we'1l miss all of these, But We'll keep all the memories Of our happy high school days. The time is close by, Dear Old Ne-Ca-Hi, When We must part to take our place in life We'll meet troubles Without strife, If We've obeyed the dear school rule. Good-bye Ne-Ca-Hi School! -Betty Jane Spangler. W V jlifflififiwb s I 4 A AL ,Q ,L ,H 9 1 ... 3 . ,, f:2f'fy, 'Fife 2- Y ,I I., I 7 ' g",ff ,I X 1.11.2 I i ,H lfflr I ,fu 'X 4f'Y:Yf:i"'f"'w 1,2 "" iii "'W Q' M!" ,"'r'f4 x if i' 1 X 1 All x. xi-iTn,,,.x! V W ,,.f',wf,,. '14 JY' A 21 ,JV f v I 5 -,fT.'!5, ful," -x'X Qi-A !,f"n,yU: Mb f M ,Qi I: ,J ,Eff 1' ' . ., -fwfwn if fa- WY 5. wi?" le " fly - f X ' X ,ffl QNX x g,, Tl, x ff , 4' . U1 . In V .. Y 'Q fl! K I I ,ia y I -31.1. r, - .. 'x fn fi M X 'lt' Pugx l' 'ntl' if 1371- ' 'Q :Z I: ' ,. '.v,y" ll . . . I my f XX S'tYlKQ for 'UWQ Kung and dl2 - 'I X l R Lu L, s and if thou deest-, H x . ZR! vl!!!gg3 kj Arthur ms Kung , and 4 Ag? ' . ff' fl ever units-the hmghest, " My IIL, L., X, '-V' 1' " ,- H Q Z3 f s Xl, 649 MM I I I I I I I r I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I s I I I I I II I V I. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . I I E I I I I I I I I I I 4 I I I I I S I I I I I I I I I E I I I I I I a I x E I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i I I I I I I I I I THE LITERARY STAFF EDITOR .......................... ...... N ED DAVENPORT ASSOCIATE EDITOR ............................,............. JOHN WALZER MELFORD BADERSCHNEIDER MAXINE GILLILAND VIRGINIA MORRISON LLEWELLYN DANIELS TOM WILCOX EMMA SCHULLER MARY MARGARET FLYNN ANITA LOVE DORIS LEDDY EDWARD FORTNEY JANE MORRIS HELEN MCCOMMON THE ART STAFF EDITOR ..... .................................,........ E VERETT HOFFMAN WILBUR SLOAN BILL NICHOLSON BILL JONES THE BUSINESS STAFF MANAGER ....., ................................................... B ILL ROWLAND RICHARD MCGOUGH JOE PALUSZAK JOE ROSS NNXNNXN NNYNYYYYYYXNYNYYYYYYYXNNNNNYYYYNYYYYYYYYYYXNYXNYNXNNNNYXNNYYYXNYYNXNNNYYYXNNYX ' 0 f ' ' YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXNYXNNYYYYYYNXNXNNYYY XXNNY NYXNNYNNYX NYYNNYYXNYNYYYNNNYYYY N NX has NNNYYXNQ XR N NYYYYYYYNYNYNNNNYYXNXN NN . V YN NYXNNYYNYY 'XNYYXNX NN NYYY NNY Q N' THE SENIOR B CLASS On June 8, 1937 the present Senior B Class entered Ne-Ca-Hi. During our Sophomore year, being very modest and shy We held no meetings. In the Sophomore A semester, We elected two Student Council mem- bers who were Kathryn Wilson and David Schoenfeld. Early in our Junior B semester we made the acquaintance of our supervisor, Mrs. Matheny. Our election of officers and Student Council members gave us our first feeling of unity. From then on We began to rise to our novv glori- ous height. David Schoenfeld was elected president for that year. On March 29, 1938, as Junior B's We held our Hrst class meeting at which the class colors, blue and silver, were announced. In our Junior A semester We held a Junior Prom, which the Junior B's also attended. As Senior B's we have honored the graduating class with the tradi- tional Senior dance. Our present executives are: President, James Hewitt, Vice President, Sam George, Secretary, Shirley Potter, Treasurer, Dolores Moore. THE STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is the executive body of the school. This semester they have several accomplishments to their credit. They aided in establishing the Student Court, sponsored dancing in the gym, helped to make the School Play a great success. The members served as guides on open house night and near the end of the semester they sponsored a spring dance which was one of the most successful social events of the year. OFFICERS President - Jack Mathews Vice President - Howard Lyons Treasurer - - Tom Clark Secretary - - - Jean Dufford Assistant Secretary Audrey Bridenbaugh Supervisor - - - Miss Maxwell - MEMBERS SENIOR A-Jack Mathews, Llewellyn Daniels, Virginia Fredericks, Aurora Nocera. SENIOR B-Tom Clark, Howard Lyons, DeEtta Cartwright, Jean Dufford. JUNIOR A-James Newell, Bob Maher, Audrey Bridenbaugh. JUNIOR B-Joe Johnston, James Cherol, Gladys Stickle. SORHOMORE A-Bill Trent, Beatrice Saylor. SOPHOMORE B-Betty Mae Wright, James Anderson. YYYYXNNNXNY NYYYYNNYNYYYYYXQYYYXNNYYYNY X, , NYYXXYXYXXXX YYYYYYYYYYXNNYYYYYYYYYYYYYNYYYVYYYYYYYYYX NYYYYNNYYYYYNYYYYYNYYYVYYNYYYX 0 0 0 Q f 0 0 Xe THE SENATUS ROMANUS FOURTH YEAR-JUNE, 1939 Summa Cum Laude .................. Irwin Master Magna Cum Laude .............. Constance Watt Cum Laude .... Anna Abraham, Jane Morris SECOND YEAR-JANUARY, 1939 George Washington Summa Cum Laude ............ Hazel Ann Mark Cum Laude .................. Consul Primus ....... Consul Secundus ...... Anna Abraham, II, III Harold Adams, II Mary Barrett, II Leo Cohen, II Carolyne Cosel, II Dorthea Donegan, I, II Jean Dutford, II Helene Edgar, II Annabelle Emery, II Catherine Flynn, II Mary Margaret Flynn, II, III Edward Fortney, II Maxine Gilliland, fCons.J James Hares, II Sally Hares, II Dorothy Hayes, II James Hewitt, II I-Junior High Awards. II-Caesar Awards. III-Cicero Awards. Magna Cum Laude ................ ........Carolyn Cosel Harold Adams OFFICERS ........Helene Edgar Scriba........ .James Hewitt Quaestor ...... MEMBERS I' ll Alfred Hook, II Marian Hughes, II Doris Leddy, II Kathryn Lynch, II Howard Lyons, II Hazel Ann Mark, II Irwin Master, I, II, III Barbara Matthews, II SECOND YEAR-JANUARY, 1939 Ne-Ca-Hi Summa Cum Laude .................... Leo Cohen Magna Cum Laude .................. James Hares Cum Laude ...................... Annabelle Emery, Louis Moneta THIRD YEAR-JANUARY, 1939 Summa Cum Laude ............ Kathryn Wilson Magna Cum Laude .............. Marian Hughes ........Helen McCo1nmon .......Constance Watt Helen McCommon, II, III Nancy McKee, II Russell Minick, fCons.J Louis Moneta, II Jane Morris, II William Nicholson, fCons.J Oliver Pisor, I, II Shirley Potter, II Gladys Reed, II Robert Richards, II Esther Schaller, II Helen Singer, CCons.J Jane Walls, II Wilma Warso, II Constance Watt, I, II Kathryn Wilson, I, II Annette Zarick, II Cons.-"Conscripti," members elected by members of the club on recommenda- tion of the Latin Department. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS President - - Everett Hoffman Secretary-Treasurer - - Lenora Christly Program Chairman - Warren Morgan MEMBERSHIP SENIOR A-Marjorie Allen, Edward Fortney, Allene Hartzell, Everett HoHman, Marjorie Miller, Helen Paul, Wilma Warso, Lillian Young. SENIOR B-Ethel Christos, Joseph Paino, Kathryn Wilson, Sophie Zub- kowsky. JUNIOR A-Mary Elizabeth Allen, Robert Crevensten, Thomas DeVitto, Peggy Foster, Donald Magill, Isabel Paul, Mary Lou Travers. JUNIOR B-Phyllis George, Julia Johns, Mary Mann, Cornelia Matt, Corrine Rankin. POST GRADUATE-Lenora Christly, Louise Kerr, Sara Sacomani. SUPERVISOR Miss Ethel Kelley NYYXXNYXXX NYYYYYYXNX NYYYYYYYNNYYYNYYYNX NYYYXNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYX 0 ' 0 0 QYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNYX NNNYNXNNYYYXNNYYYNXNYNYXNNNYYYYYNYNYNNYNYYX XNYYYNXNXNY NYYYYYYXNNYXNNNNYYYXNNYYYX 'YYYYYYYNYNNYNYYYNNYNYNNNNYYNYNYNYNYNYNNNN DER DEUTSCHE KLUB The German Club has carried on a year's work of pleasure and profit. The popular appeal of quiz programs has been characteristic of the meetings with the material based upon the study of the German people, their history and culture. A survey of the Rhineland, as a favorite travel realm of tourists, was one outstanding phase of the work. German folk songs have provided the musical feature of the club Various social activities have added to interest and good fellowship of the mem bers. OFFICERS Praesident - - - - - Tom Wilcox Vize Praesident - David Schoenfeld Sekretaer - Emma Schuller Schatzmeister - Richard Barker Supervisor - Miss Mary Riffer ACTIVE MEMBERS Richard Barker Eugene Brest Betty Buckley Julian Budzowski Francis Carlin John Drake Raymond Dillard Jess Duiford Lewis Finch Wilford Allshouse Eleanor Berry Elaine Ballard Howard Brest DeWayne Davis Roy Davis Dot Devlin John Earl Raymond Flavian Robert Flinner Virginia Frederick Robert Glastetter Robert Green John Harmer Grace Irwin Robert John Edward Jurina Pauline Lienert Jack McNeill Graham McEntire Arthur Morrison Robert Rappe William Rowland David Schoenfeld Emma Schuller Miriam Shaffer Carl Sherer Wilbur Sloan ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Eleanor Eckles Willis Foster Joseph Gender Alan Grafinger Helen Hayes Dorothy Hindman Robert Johns Genevieve Kobelka Robert Lawson Betty Mack James Marion John McCann Johnray Parker Paul Rise Ted Sproull Prentice Stenger Willard Tanney Jim Temenski Margaret Usselton Norman Waddington John Walzer Tom Wilcox Genevieve Wilk Fred Schuster James Shaffer Jack Steele Marovena Stenger Alex Stevas Paul Wilkins Jeanne Wright THE TOWN MEETING CLUB The Town Meeting Club is the outgrowth of the desire of students to discuss intelligently some of the outstanding problems facing the youth and the nation today, and to express their points of view freely and without being propagandized in any way. The club discussions were based upon the 'tTown Meeting of the Air"-a nation-wide broadcast, each Thursday evening, of some very important and usually, controversial question confronting the American people, many points of view being presented by outstanding speakers. The club plans to discuss the problems presented in the 'fYouth Meets Government" radio program, in the immediate future, as the "Town Meeting of the Air" season has closed. It is hoped that they may continue the organization next year as a community educational project when "Town Meeting" returns to the air in the fall. A hearty invitation is extended to anyone interested in Town Meeting discussions to join this group. Watch for announcements of this organization next fall. OFFICERS Moderator - - Ruth Nunley Vice Moderator - - Allan Bretell Secretary - - Virginia Morrison Treasurer - Betty Brooks HMMMM NYYXNN' NYE NXXXXXXYY NYYYYYYYYNNYYY NYYYYYY NYYYYYYX ' ' XNNNNNNYYXNYYYXNYYYYYYYXNNNNNYNNYYYYY YYYYXNNNNNYYY NXNYXNYYYYXNNYYYYYYX 0 ' ' 0 ' ' 0 xXXNN' 0 ' ' ' 0 0 0 ' 0 0 YYYYYYYYYYX NYYYYY NYNNNNNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXNYYYYYYYX NYYYYYYYXNNYYYYYYYNNYYNYNYYYYYYYYYYYNNY 'YNNNNXNNXXXXXYYYYYYXKYYYNYYYXNY THE SENIOR HI-Y The Senior Hi-Y club of Senior High has always ranked the best character building organization in the school. This year has been an exceptionally fine year for Hi-Y work. The prime aim of the National Hi-Y is to create, maintain and extend throughout the school and com- munity, high standards of Christian character based on clean living, clean sports and clean scholarship. The Hi-Y club's induction ceremony at the beginning of the semester began the club's activities. Other activities includedg a question bee with the Girl Reserves, representation at the Tri-Y conference at Beaver Falls, interesting addresses by well-known speakers in town, and social events. The club aided in placing the bulletin in the hall of the school, on which posters on character building and good citizenship are placed each week. The Senior Hi-Y also ran a regular column in the Girl Reserve newspaper. Credit for the work of this club is to be accorded to Charles D. Burton, supervisor of the Senior Hi-Y. OFFICERS OF THE SENIOR HI-Y President - Everett Hoffman Vice President - Jack Mathews Secretary - - Jack Colnot Treasurer - David Taylor THE GIRL RESERVES Purpose4"To Find and Give the Best." Slogan-"To Face Life Squarelyf' This semester, Ne-Ca-Hi Girl Reserves completed a well-rounded program of activity which included a beautiful recognition service, several programs on Greater New Castle, a question and answer program with a group from the Hi-Y clubs opposing the Girl Reserves, a spring dance at the Field Club, an interesting program on Personality, Poise, and Charm, and a party for the Senior A girls. THE OFFICERS WERE: President ------ Emma Schuller Vice President Doris Leddy Secretary - - - - Esther Chill Treasurer - - - - Betty Raney Girl Reserve Secretary - - Miss Dorothy Stewart Girl Reserve Advisors-Miss Mary Perdue, Miss Mary Long, Miss Geraldine Turk, Miss Bernice Bartlett, and Miss Reba Sines. COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN Program Chairman - Service Chairman Devotional Chairman Publicity Chairman Music Chairman - Membership Chairman Social Chairman - Betty Eckelberger Helen McCommon Margaret Usselton Virginia Morrison - Elise Ridley Doris Leddy - Virginia Pence 4 f Z 7 5 Z 4 4 , , , , , , , , . . . Q Q 4 Q 4 Q Q 0 0 0 0 0 f 0 ' ' NYYYYNXNXNXN' .XN'X'X'XNNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXNYYYYYYX XXXXXXXXXXXXNNXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXN XXXXXX QXNYYYYYYYYYYYYYNNNNNYYYXKNNYYYYYXNN 0 ' 0 0 ' 0 NNNYYYYYNYYYNNN NYNX N' 'YYNYXN XNNNNYYYYYYXN NYYYYYYNXNNNNY NX NYXNXNYYXNXNYNNYYXN NX ANYYYNYYYXWYNXNX NKNNNVYYYYNYNNY N QNYYYNYY HHOORAY FOR YOUTH" HHooray For Youth" is a joyous comedy that bubbles with the spirit of youth. The story centers around Sonny Blair, a 16 year old, who is striving toward the "higher" things of life. He is President of the "I-Iarrisville Young Peoples' Advancement Society" which is simply yearning to do something worthwhile for the town. As the play opens, Sonny's father is leaving with an old crony on their annual three week fishing excursion. Mr. Blair is the owner of a thriving local business, which he leaves in Curt Melton's hands. Many covet Mr. Blair's business and during his absence they unexpectedly call in his demand note, knowing that he cannot be reached until after the set date. At the same time, a large sum of money is stolen from the of'ce,safe and it looks as though the Blairs were headed for disaster. Into this emergency, blithely step Sonny and his fellow-club members who have watched everyone else fail in saving the Blairs' name. To further complicate this situation, Loretta fthe Blairs' eldest daughterb has fallen in love with a young attorney who recently moved to Harrisville. Sonny and "his gang" suspect the young lawyer. A series of hilarious episodes follow, and "the gang" comes perilously close to havoc. The young lawyer turns out to be the agent for the company, who is demanding the note. But because he is really in love with Loretta, he leaves his post and with her goes to look for Mr. Blair. They bring him back a few minutes before payment on his note expires. He not only gets the money that Sonny and his friends collected, but also the stolen money which was returned untouched by 6 his secretary. So all ends well-with ' Youth emerging triumphant." CAST OF CHARACTERS Aunt Effie, a spinster lady - - Curt Melton, a young business man - Hattie, a maid-of-all-work - - Austin Madison Blair, Jr., fSonnyJ Austin Madison Blair, Sr., his father - Gracie Blair, Sonnyls nine-year-old sister Dot Blair, fifteen, another sister - Loretta Blair, eighteen, their older sister Rhoda Campbell, Loretta's friend - Elwood Dodge, a very young lawyer Friends of Sonny and Dot:- Nancy Turner - - Gerald Turner fButchJ Oscar Schultz COssieJ - Trowbridge Peters fRedJ Marge Nelson - - Kewpie Stark - - - Viola Price, a young bookkeeper - - Roberta Elder David Taylor - Esther Chill Merritt Reynolds - Jack Mathews - Marjorie Thomas - - Jean Miller - Maxine Gilliland - Martha McClusky - Everett Hoffman Mary Margaret Flynn - - Jack Colnot Samuel George - Robert Crowley - Joanna Hood - Phyllis James - Betty Jane Davis NNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXNNNNNNV ' ' ' ' ' ' ' YXNYYYYYYYYXNYNYYYYYXNNYYNNYYYXNN' NYYYYXNNNNNYYNY NNYYYYYYXNN XXXXXXXYYY NNYYYYYNXNYYX NYNYY YYYYYY NYYNNYYYYYYYYYYYYYNNYYYYYYYNNX 'YYY NXNN NYYYYNYYYY NXNNXKNYYYYYXNYYYYYV 0 ' 0 'YYYYYVvYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNYYYYYNYNYYYYYN XXV "SEVEN SISTERS" Mrs. Gyurkovics, a widow living in a small garrison town just outside of Budapest, has seven daughters, four of whom are at the marriageable age. Mitzi, expelled from a convent, comes home, and with a friend whom she met at a ball, Ferenz Horkoy, she plans to marry off her three elder sisters. Katinka, the eldest sister, after an hilarious scene with Horkoy, finally marries Colonel Radviany, a wealthy baron. Katinka and Horkoy had this scene to make the Colonel jealous and thus propose. Sari marries Michael Sandorffy, member of parliament, to the great delight of her family. Ella, the third sister, finally marries Gida Radviany, nephew of the Colonel, after Gida decides that he really loves Ella instead of Katinka or Sari. Mitzi and Horkoy marry after much explaining is done to a puzzled family. This play shows very well the costumes, customs, and habits of the Hungarian people. CAST OF CHARACTERS Mrs. Gyurkovics - - Helen McCommon Katinka - - - Maxine Gilliland Sari - - Sarah Sherbine Ella Betty Raney Mitzi - Jean Miller Terka - Dorothy Guynn Liza - - Mary Ann Gribben Klara - - Mary Margaret Flynn Colonel Radviany - - - - Everett Hoffman Lieutenant Michael Sandorffy - John Davies Gida Radviany - - - - Jack Mathews Lieutenant Ferenz Horkoy - David Taylor Toni Teleki - - - - James Taylor Janko - - - - - - Raymond Kelley The June Class of 1939 presented their Senior Play on Friday evening, May 5, 1939. The play was entitled "Seven Sisters," a three act comedy by Edith Ellis. 'YYXYYYYYYYYYVYYYNYXN' ' 0 0 0 ' 0 O 0 0 ' YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNQ NYYYYYYYYYY NYYYYYYX ' XXXXXXXXXQ ' ' ' YYYX'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXNX XXJX Y ' ' 0 NYYYYYNNYXN ' NNNXNYNNYYN 'YNQVX NNN' NNYY NYY 'YYYNYY NYNNNYYYYYYNYYYVYYYY NYYYY 'XXYYY 'YYYYNY 'YYYYYYYYYYYNY QNNY NNNYYYNQYYYYYYYXN l I THE FORENSIC CONTESTANTS DECLAMATION: Russel Minnick SOLOS: Jess Badger - Richard McGough Anthony Boupane BRASS SEXTET: Dave Cramer Warren Boyles William Wright - Frank Clarke - Joe Camera Robert Evans CLARINET QUARTET: Julian Budzowski Anthony Russo Charles Tranquillo - Cello Accompanist Clarinet First Trumpet - French Horn - Tuba - - Baritone - Trombone Second Trumpet First Clarinet - Alto Clarinet Bass Clarinet Lisle Shaffer - Second Clarinet THE BAND THE ORCHESTRA 'YYYYYXYYYYYYYYYYNY NYNQYYX0YYNWN'X'XNYYYYYX'XNXNNYYYYYYYYXNYYX'YX'X'X'X NYYYYYYYYXNXNYYYYYYYYX ' r 'YYYYYYYY WvvkYYYYYYYYYXNYNYYYYYNNNYYNYN l I X THE NE-CA-HI LIBRARY Our library is a busy place. Last year it took care of 127,823 students in nine months, or an average of over 700 per day. When assignments are pressing, there sometimes are over 1,000 pupils in the library in a day's time. These students are given help in reference work or in finding the books they want to read. Last year, the circulation of books and magazines was 24,154, an average of 134 per day. Of the number of books circulated, only half were fiction. The total number of books in our collection is about 7,500. Es- pecially fine is our reference collection which has been developed along all lines of high school work. Other tools which are much used for reference are the information file, the speech index and file, the debate index, the play index, the New Castle file and the Pennsylvania file. Miss Helen Westlake, librarian, and Miss Reba Sines, assistant libra- rian, are aided by a staff of thirty-five student helpers. THE DOFOBS Captain - Patricia Blaine Vice Captain - - Anita Love Secretary Carol Henderson Treasurer - - - Tom Clark The Dofobs, the name chosen to designate the Library Service Squad, has real significance as it was iirst used as the name of the club of liter- ary friends whieh was headed by Cha1'les and Mary Lamb. The name is made up of the first letters of the following words: Darned Old Fools Over Books. The Dofobs, under the direction of Miss Helen Westlake and Miss Reba Sines, have rendered Ne-Ca-Hi a valuable service. Who'd think by the looks That its quite an occupation, To take care of books For the Ne-Ca-Hi nation? The members of the Library Squad are: William Alexander, Mary Elizabeth Allen, Eddie Allen, Ruth Ball, Pat Blaine, Polly Butz, Tom Clark, William Comstock, Betty Jane Davis, William Davis, Lewis Finch, Edward Fortney, Coville Hemphill, Carol Henderson, Don Howard, Dorothea Humphrey, Phillip Iozzi, Steven Kirol, Jeanette Kulkin, Martha Lawrence, Anita Love, Lena May McConnell, George McKinney, Don Magill, Helen Metz, Mary Paboudjian, Virginia Pence, Crawford Richards, Sara Saccomanni, Wilbur Sloan, David Taylor, Jeanne Taylor, Maxine Templeton, Jane Walls, Constance Watt, Julian Wenda. NYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNNYYY NNXNNYYX NYXNNNNYNYX NYYYYYYYYNYYYYYNYYYYNXNYYXNNY 0 NYYYYXNYYX NY NXNYYYYX 'YYYXQNXNYYYYYNNYN THE FOODS LABCRATCRY Pictured above is the Foods laboratory of our Home Economics de- partment, the scene where many fortunate girls have obtained their knowledge of home care and cookery. Gratitude is expressed by each of these future housekeepers for being able to enroll in this splendid course. Many students Wonder what occurs behind the doors of the foods laboratory. It is here that the preparation and the serving of an entire meal are taught, as Well as personal improvement, laundry work, home care, etiquette, family relationship and even child care and training. In order .to teach these girls the art of being a perfect hostess, after- noon teas and luncheons are held at least once a month in the Home Economics dining room. To these teas and luncheons members of the faculty are invited and are required to pay a small sum to cover eX- penses. They agree that the courses served are Well Worth the small price charged. Home Projects, consisting of forty-five to sixty hours of home cook- ing and baking are required to test the girl's ability to carry out her school training in her home. V The most desirable vocation for any girl is marriage and family life, the preparation for this future is well started in our department. MARY BUDAI, Junior A Home Economist. NN NYY NNN 4' - l THE CHEMISTRY LABORATORY A glance into one of our two chemistry laboratories reveals a busy and interesting place. Here we find the raw materials and the ambitious endeavor, which go together to make our future scientists. The world's industry and progress in the future, as in the past, will be determined largely by the scientific achievements of its trained minds, and the whole- some spirit of benevolence of its political powers. Perhaps from one of our humble classrooms will come another Edison or a Franklin. f 55 W T L, all Z- NNN o o ' NXNNNYXNYYYYXNNNY N XNYNYYYYYY X051 54, 'XSf3ff'fXf'b'Xz9fffff4Xi'f'f'sfXX5fX'SfSKQe 'Jr 'XXF NIV SKK fafi' f ' NNYYYXNXNYY NYYYYYYNYYYYYYXNNNYYYYYYVY NYNYXYYYYYYYYXYX YNNNYYYYNQNXNYYYNNYYYYYYYYYYNNYYYYNYNYYYX NYYYYYNNYYYYNYYVYYXNNYNYYYX ' 0 l NY THE SERVICE SQUADS Left to Right, Front Row:- Standing-Charles Kerestly - - Major Seated-First Period - Second Period Third Period Alternate Fourth Period Fifth Period Sixth Period Eighth Period Ninth Period Tenth Period - Joe Jacobs - Jack Williams Ed Francis - Robert Green - LeRoy Durning Thomas Gravenstreter - James Hares Wesley Double Mike Waslin - Ben Sanson . f Nl 'W f f "1 f 9 " aft' f f lf ' f, , ff H K , af, ,D lj", f. , . O K kk If X . 11: T N 5 5 ffpfff X QV! X ... -1 f V333 Qp f Q- y ia f X R. ,. . Q K N im!!! Z X ,JW .1-.rr.l' -ls-I-J.J- ,P J- E.T0iIj.l m 0 f 5' - - - - .. 1 1 .. 414. .zf --LN lf...,'-4 " , PT-Q " Pi? "W, 'E :L - I lb, , gf fwf 1 g -:ga x - - ..f J ,, t "2if'25 Qb,. fiiff a s-- THE TRACK TEAM At the present time, the 1939 track team has participated in three dual meets, winning one and losing two. Another dual meet is scheduled together with the W. P. I. A. L. Championships to be held in Pittsburgh. The Inter-Class meet was won this year by the Junior B Class and they thus become the winner, for the second time, of the Mather Mem- orial Trophy. New Castle lost their first dual meet this year to Meadville by the score of 86? for Meadville and 40M for New Castle. In the second dual meet, New Castle defeated Grove City 735 to 3916. In the third dual meet, Warren, Ohio defeated New Castle 66 to 47. Our relay team won the relay at Connellsville in the first Annual W. P. I. A. L. Relays. The following boys will be lost from the track team this year. Booth, Dillard, Donofrio, Evans, Kulnis, Noga, Pollock, Greer, Ryglinski, and Toler. NYNYYYNQXNYYYX ' ' ' ' ' 0 ' ' 0 0 ' NYYYYVYYYNNYYYYYYYYYYYNNN NXNNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXNYYYXNX XYYYYXXXXXYYYXXXXX T ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' YYYYYYYYYYYYYYXN NYYYYYXXYYYYYYYYYXXXXXXYYYY 'NYYNXNYYYYYNXXXYXK ' NNXNNNNNYXNXNNXNNNNYYNYNY NYYYXXX 'YYXNXNXNNXNOXYYX NXNYWXNYYYNYY 'NYYYNYYNNYNQYXNYNNYXNXQYYYYNXN ' , ' V THE BASKETBALL SEASON The 1938-39 basketball season consisted of nineteen games, with eleven won and eight lost. Six of these games were pre-season games and New Castle won three and lost three. Twelve of the games were Section Three games and New Castle won eight and lost four. This is an exceptional record in that the team consisted of all green players. There was not one regular from the preceeding year's team to build the new team around. The loss of players this year, while not large in number, will be keenly felt ..... Fred Maciarella, Dave Greer and our Captain, Eddie Wenda, played their last game for Ne-Ca-Hi against Butler, February 27, 1939. The 1938-39 basketball schedule is as follows: New Castle Meadville ...... New Castle Ford City ...... New Castle Sharon ..... .. New Castle Farrell ........,. New Castle Ford City ...... New Castle Erie Academy New Castle New Brighton New Castle Ambridge ...... New Castle Ellwood City New Castle Aliquippa ...... New Castle Beaver Falls New Castle Alumni .......,.. New Castle Butler ........... New Castle New Brighton New Castle Ambridge ...... New Castle ..... ......... E llwood City New Castle Aliquippa ...... New Castle ..... ......... B eaver Falls New Castle Butler ........... THE FOOTBALL SEASON The 1938 football season consisted of ten games played, with eight won and two lost. The games lost were both with Ohio teams, who under their rules, are permitted spring football practice. This gives a team a decided advantage over our team who are permitted to open their practice only one week before the first of September. Our team this year was handicapped by injuries, most of which were received in the sixth game of the season, and had a decided effect on the remaining games. Letter men who played their last game for New Castle High this season are Charles CBullJ Cialella, Eric fMacJ Makihill, Frank QMalD Malley, Edward fEddieJ Noga, Stanley fPalkD Palkovich, Wilbur Phillips, Charles fChuckJ Tuscano, and our Captain, Socrates KSOXJ Roussos. The 1938-39 schedule is as follows: New Castle ............ 19 Butler at New Castle .................... 0 New Castle ..........., 8 Youngstown East at New Castle.. 7 New Castle ............ 6 Beaver Falls at New Castle ........ 0 New Castle ............ 7 Washington at Washington ........ 6 New Castle ............ 19 Har-Brack at New Castle ............ 6 New Castle ............ 0 Warren at Warren .......... ........ 1 3 New Castle ............ 7 Massillon at New Castle ..... ........ 5 2 New Castle ............ 12 Monessen at New Castle ................ 9 New Castle ............ 14 Martins Ferry at Martins Ferry .... 0 New Castle ............ 2 Sharon at Sharon ........................ 0 94 93 4 7 5 5 Z 5 Z 4 5 Z 4 4 Z 4 5 O 4 4 4 4 5 5 4 5 O 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 f XYYYXXXXXXXX XX ' ' ' ' NYYYYYXNXNNNYYYYYXNNNXNNYY YYYYYYXNNXNYYYYYXNXNYYYXNNN ' f 0 ' ' 0 ' ' ' 0 NY NXXXXNNNNNNNNNXN 'YYYYYYX NNYYYYYXNYNYYYXN NYYYYY 'YYYYYNYYYXNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNNX NYYYYXNNYYNYYYYYYYYYNYYYYNYYYYYX NNNYYYYXNYNNXNNYYYYYYYYYYYX l THE GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB The Girls' Athletic Club at the end of its second semester in Senior High feels that it has a right to have its name placed with those of thc other successful extra curricular clubs of the school. The club made a place for itself in the presentation of a gymnastic exhibition on May 8-9 in the High School gymnasium. The entire group of Squad Leaders was represented. The exhibit Was colorful, unusual and was very well re- ceived. The club hopes to have an annual exhibition in the spring to acquaint the school and the public with the type of Work done in the Girls' Physical Education Classes. THE CLUB OFFICERS ARE: President - ---- Patricia Christman Vice President - - Jean DuHord Secretary - - - - Joanna Hood Assistant Secretary - Mollie Ginsberg Treasurer - - - Marjorie McNicholas Supervisor - - Miss Margaret P. Fischer THE GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB Doris Agnew Betty Alexander Marian Anderson Amelia Augostine Gloria Augostine Edith Bodendorfer Audrey Bridenbaugh Peggy Carlson DeEtta Cartwright Edith Cavill Jean Chapman Frances Chiprano Patricia Christman Henrietta Colella Dorothy Connor Bernice Dellaverson Alice DiCarlo Lillian Dicks Catherine DiGiacomo Jean Dufford Helene Edgar Jane Elliott Constance Flavion Mollie Ginsberg Frances Golis Dorothy Guynn Maxine Hare Dorothy Hayes Helen Hayes Jean Hoch Joanna Hood Georgia Howland Phyllis James Tina Johns Grace King Irene Lada Martha Lawerence Harriott Leighty Elizabeth Leno Olga Lombard Angeline Masone Nellie Matt Dorothy Metzler Bettylou Montgomery Lena Mae McConnell Marjorie McNicholas Maxine Owens Isabel Paul Marilyn Pearce Josephine Peluso Huanna Reamer Mary Richards Rose Sacco Mary Sansoni Lillian Southern Delphia Tommelleo Helen Tommelleo Amy Walford Jane Walls 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 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q NXQXNXNyyyyYYYYYQYYYYYYYYYYYYYQQyyyQyXJy N NNXXXXXXXXXXNXXXXXXXXXKXXXXXXXXXXXXXYXXXXXX sNNNNYYYYYYNNYYYYYYYYYXNYNNYNYYYYXNYYYYNYYY NXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX NXNNNYYYYYXNYNYYYYYYNYXNNYYYYYYX ' ' ' ' ' ' ' NYYXNY NYXNYYYYYYNYYYYYNYYYXNYY ' ' ' ' ' 0 0 ' ' 0 0 XXXYYYNYYNY NYYYXNYXNNNNNXNNYXNNNYYYXNYYXNN ' ' 0 l 4 l THE CLASS OF THIRTY-NINE CTo the tune of Auld Lang Syneb Another year has rolled along "Good-bye" is hard to say For well we know how much we'll miss Our pals of yesterday. Chorus: The memories of old Ne-Ca-Hi Will last a life-long time We hope you'll always keep in mind The Class of Thirty-Nine. We've had our fun, but now it's done And to our school we say We thank you for our knowledge gained And to you tribute pay. Chorus: The memories of old Ne-Ca-Hi Will last a life-long time We hope you'll always keep in mind The class of Thirty-Nine. To Ne-Ca-Hi we say Good-bye And to the next in line We hope you like it as did we The Class of Thirty-Nine. Chorus: The memories of old Ne-Ca-Hi Will last a life-long time We hope you'll always keep in mind The Class of Thirty-Nine. -Billy Earl. , ,..--if-Q Y Y" A K ' MRF' 'AE' 7" 'f ' ' W 5 E b X ' S 1 I 2 V ,lv I - ' - L- yi .,.4!5!v' 0 ' 4 W f f, X - 3, -. f v ' I A q 4,57 . uf, 1 lu S og n 'g ,D 1 XX X 'J-L. Wallis T. ','- ' I' Eu 3' :N ' ' . I' Q J I gf M. X x if A 4 1 l. ', vw' I ,wx L I - J b 1-' , fx Ass ,., ig '5 - 5266- ' 'F i l ..s5:'52:v .-ii' 62 24 :',5Q?:2Lk'j,' 3 l ffl al ff' "ff, - 5' ,V mxlir XX" 33512: Q f , Lff j if x Q? :IV I-'JH ....hJha'c' f'ooXS A ur' - , , lf, these movin! s be ff ' lm z 4 I f i' 919 f-' 'Q il., X XJ K. J :iv 9 5 ul? f x RJ , ,ff "1. ' ' ' ' ' NNN NXXXYXXNXXXNXNXNNYNYYYYYYYYYYYNN XXX X 0 0 Q 0 Q 0 ' Q O ' ' ' YYYYYYYYYYXXYYNYNNYYYYYYYNYYYX XXXXX XXXXXX XXXXXX NNY NNYYXJVMNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXNYYYYY ' ' ' ' e 0 SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS fldentification to snapshots on opposite pageb Newsy New Hawks The inevitable pencil Who's that I see chewing gum? Leader of the band Artists all Where's the girl? They treed that boy Royal Road to Romance Senior A Basketball Team Tillie the Toiler Bashful C?J Boy Three smart girls i .1.i BOOKS AS WE KNOW THEM "Gone With the Wind" ............................................................................................. Vacation "The Call of the Wild" ..... ....... F ishing and Hunting on a School Day "The Turmoil" ...................... ........ .................................................................. A n nual Staff "Vanity Fair" ..................................................... ........................... C lass Day "All Quiet on the Western Front" ..... .......... E Xamination Day "The Scarlet Letter" ............................ ..........,........... P ink Slips "Wuthering Heights" ................. ...................... C ommencement "Bleak House" ....................................... ................................... S enior High "What Every Woman Knows" .... ...... G irl Reserves Newspaper "Typhoon,' ................................................ ....................................... S eptember "The Discovery" .......................... . Humor "Journey's End" ......... ..................... J une, 1939 "The Great Lover" ....... Quality Street" ....,..... Merritt Reynolds Lincoln Avenue ii if Honor Roll Margaret Mitchell Victory" ........................... "The Patrician" .................. . The Mad Tea Party" "Live and Learn" ....... if 64 Annual Staff Sophomores Ask Me No More" ....... ....... S eniors Cafter graduationj Pilgrim's Progress" .... .............. S ophomore to Senior H "So Big" ,......... ................... .................................. C 0 nstance Watt K6 Day of Doom" ........ Day of Report Card "Freedom" ........................................ ....... S eniors after Commencement "The Age of Innocence" .......... ................................................. S ophomores "Legend of Sleepy Hollow" ..... ........... S tudy Halls "Weariness" ......................................... ....... P lay Practice "Stupidity Street" ............ .... ............. M o nday "The Warning" ....... ............................... D - I "The Listeners" ...... ................... S ophomores "The Show-Off" ......... ................. D ramatics Class "Outward Bound" .... .......................................c.. ....... C l ass of June, 1939 . Merritt, the president of the class With Rowland, the treasurer, won't let you pass Until they flatten by hook or crook By arryfe-ontrivance'your-pocketbook. ' ' 0 0 YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNYYYYYYYNYYYYYYNVX NYNYYYYYYYY NYYYYYYYY NYYYNYYYYYYYYYYYYY XXXY NYYX IX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXX NYYYY YYNYY 'YYYYYY NNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYX 'YYY NYYY NYYYY ' ' 0 ' ' 0 ' ' ' 0 ' ' 0 ' 0 0 ' ' ' 0 ' 0 0 ' ' ' XXXXXXXXXXXX NYYYN XXXXX xXXXXXXXXX SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS fldentification to snapshots on opposite pagej Cute. Eh What? Moonlight Sonata "Herr Green" Bashful Irish Success? Steppin' High Sumpin's Wrong Who's the Girl behind the Camera? Stage Hands Smilin' Through Whose Car? Three Musketeers What a cute Puppy! No Jay Walking Now Old Glory Industrious Farmer Hi Boys! No Remarks Please Guess Whosit? 1. Ne-Ca-Hi:- "The city of shadowy places." 2. There are 61 class rooms in Ne-Ca-Hi:- "A home of bats, in every tower an owl." 3. Students, in September:- "Like some wild creatures newly-cagedf 4. Sophomoreis first trip to the Detention Hall:- "As sullen as a beast new-caged." 5. Senior, lacking one credit:- "I will walk thru' fire, Mother, to gain it." 6. Final Examinations:- "A storm was coming, but the winds were still. 7. Attitude on receiving an "EU:- "No more thanks than a goat might have given." 8. We leave Ne-Ca-Hi with sorrow:- "As we shake off the bees that buzz at us.', 9. The orchestra often practices:- "And this music now, hath scared them all." 10. Teachers in the lunch room:- "And the damsels talked confusedlyf' 11. Sophomoresx- "The fair beginners of a nobler time." 12. An ideal book-report:- "O, ay, it is but twenty pages long, But every page having an ample marge, And every marge enclosing in the midst A square of text that looks a little blot, The text no longer than the limbs of a fleas." 13. Miss Leslie to an office inquirerz- "To what request, for what strange boon." 14. Graduation:- "The old order changeth yielding place to new. 7 77 77 -Selected from Tennysonls "Idylls of the King." "We had the honor system in our school but the faculty had to cut it out? iiW'hy?!! .yyywyyyyv-.........N....Ny............ I "WeH, the profs had wH'tl1e honor and we had all-the system? YYYXNYYY NXNNNYYX NYYNYYYYNNXNNYYYYNYYYYNY V58 N Sfxa ,V 4' , JV 5 XXXXXXX 'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXNYYXNYYXNYYY NYYXNYYYYYNNX 'YYYYYYYYYYYYYNYYYYYYYYYYYYYXNNYYY ' ' ' 0 0 0 'N XXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXX XXXXXXXXX SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS Cldentification to snapshots on opposite pagej All in a family Contemplation Rich Man ....... Poor Man ....... Author ......... Doctor ........... Lawyer .............. Merchant ........ Teacher ................ Undertaker ...........,......... Sailor ................................ Traveling Salesman Crooner .................................. Prima Donna ................ Hillbilly ........... Secretary ................. Librarian ...................... Beauty Culturist ........ Dl6t1C13,H ...................... Politician ................. Wrestler .......................,.... Interior Decorator ........ Basketball Coach .... Farmer ............................. Mechanic .................... Maestro ............ Cartoonlst ................................. Torch Singer .............. First Woman President ........ Einsteinis Assistant .............. Hot Trumpet Player ....... Gag Writer .................... Virtuoso .......... Poet ................ Chemist ....... Aviator ................. Artist .......................... Football Coach ....... Dancer ...................... Nurse ..................... Workers? Senor Gaston and his Feedle Administration Graduating Babies Trumpeteer of Krakow School Dance WE PREDICT Bob Stephenson Helen Williams' husband Joe Jacobs Bill Rowland John McKinley Bob Flinner Helen McCommon Eddie Noga Joe Paluszak .. Sylvester Wilder Chuck Snyder Martha McClusky Lewis Finch Elaine Hubbard Pat Baline Ruth Leach Marion Shaffer Merritt Reynolds Walter Yachym Edna Sheffler Eddie Wenda . Chauncy Schaller Ned Davenport Billy Earl Everett Hoffman June Wilson Emma Schuller Fortney Bob Evens Bob Mort Jack Gaston Ruth Evans Irwin Masters Ed Francis Alice Sewall Soc Roussos Jean Bartsch Ann Laurel ,yyyyyyyyx..,.......Ny...Ny............. l Strength :-Mfhat makes me soovexedwlncouid crush a-grape? 0 0 0 0 ' 0 ' 0 ' ' YNYYYXNNNXNNNYYYXNXNYXNYYXNNNXNYXNYYYYNYYXNYYNXNXNNNNAQXNXNYYY NYYYXNY NXWYYYYYYYYYYYYXNYY YYYYXOYXNNYYYYYYYYYNXNXQ XXXXXXXNNYXNXXY 'S 4 yf V2 x A SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS fldentification to snapshots on opposite pagej Catch as Catch Can Invincible Can he make it? One for the money Two for the show . . . The Winnah! Got 'em SOME OF Tom McCreery Allene Hartzell Q Ed Pugh Z Q Jean Cleaver Q Lewis Finch Q Doris Agnew y Sam Haddad Sarah Sherbine Z 4 Q Olga Lombard Q Wilma Flynn Z Q John Harmer Q Peggy Usselton Q Norman Waddington Q Jane Eliot i 7 Z Q Theodore Young Q Betty Haas Q Q Irwin Masters Q Mary Rogan Q Tom Spiers Q Lillian Young Nick DeAngelisl Q Timothy Ivory Q Ned Davenport 1 Q Ruth Evans 1 1 .l Q PoETlc Z Q A pupil was asked to write a short verse using the words "analyze" Q and Hanatomyf' Here's what he produced: Q "My analyze over the ocean, 4 My analyze over the sea Q My analyze over the ocean"-- A ' e lg er., -- ,,-f,.e-- X T 'NY ' ' ' ' 0 ' ' XXXXXX fXXXXbfr Sir 5 Q 'YXQSQXKX XfbfrfX'XXXXK'Q?f"'bYSfQbYSX4i'SSw Xt 4 v- ur-'wiv 't 1' Z t f f 5 THE IDEAL-STUDENT wouin HAVE Z f Style .......................,............................................................... Jack Colnot-Helen Williams Z Disposition .......... .............................. J oe Ross-Anita Love Z Hair ................. ...... G ibby Doerr-Virginia Morrison 5 Smile ................... ................ B ob Stevenson-Margie Miller 5 Complexion ....... ...................... B ill Tintsman-Ruth Watkins 3 Brains ................. ......... R ichard Wallace-Anna Wolosevitch Z Build ............... .................................................................... D ale Clobus 7 Figure ............ . ...................................................... Helen Trushel Z Wit ....................... ....... J oe Paluszak-Carol Rakestraw f Dignified .......... ................ J ack Gaston-Betty Raney Z Nose ................ ............................................. I ............ B ill Thompson Z Manners .................... ........................................................... N ed Davenport 5 Ways ................................ .......... J ack Matthews-Mary Ann Gribben X Athletic Ability ............................... Soc Roussos-Dot Hayes 5 Height .......................,..... ............ E ddie Wenda-Betty Haas 5 Eyes .............................. ............ L ew Daniels-Elaine Hubbard g Personality ......... .........................................,..................... M argie Thomas 5 Leadership .......... ................ M erritt Reynolds-Peaches Schuller 5 Dimples ............. Mel Baderschneider-Helen McCommon 5 Drawings ............. .......................... B ill Nicholson--Alice Sewall 5 Pep ................................. ....... S ylvester Wilder-Pat Blaine Z Musical Ability ....... ............................................. B ob Evans-Jean Miller f . Q They laughed when I walked over to the piano, f They thought I didn't know what it was all about, f But their laughter changed to amazement f When I carried the darn thing out. 1 i-Q-" 2 3 ESSAYS THAT WOULD INTEREST 3 "Chewing Gum" ............................................................................................................... Ruth Ball 5 "Fords" ...................... ......... J ack Mathews Z "Telling Stories" ........ ......,. A urora Nocera Z "Heart Breaking" .......... ........ D orothy Hayes Q "Being a Senior A" ........... ................... B ud Ray Q "Playing a Trombone" ....... ............,........ C arl Sherer Q "Being an Actress" .......... ....... lV Iaxine Gilliland f "Keeping Quiet ................................. ............. R ay Kelley Q "Being a Salesman" .......................... ....................... J oe Ross Q "The Way of a Wisecrackern ..... .......,........ J oe Paluszak f "Powdering in Public" .................... ....... D orothea Donegan f "Speaking of Operationsw ......,..................... ........................... E d Pugh Q "My Secret Literary Ambitionsn .................. ................. E d Fortney f "If I Had Known What I Know Nowi' ............................................................ Seniors Q "On Setting People Right" .............................................................................. Miss Rhodes Q "On Being a Readhead" ........................ Bob Crowley, Eleanora Cunningham Q "That Well-dressed Feeling" .... .............................................................. A nita Love f "On Knowing a Crush" .............. ........ .......... J e an McClaren f " v u 9 -. - .......................... .......... B onnie Elam f 1 5 Z f 1 NYYYYXYY f 0 0 f f 0 YYYYYYYYYYY NYYYYYYYNYYYYYYXNYX NYYYYYYYYYYXNYYYYXNYYYYYYYYYYYX ' 'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNNNYYYNNX XXYYYYYXNXXY WYYNNYNYYYYYYYYYX 0 ' ' ' NY 0 ' ' 0 NYNYYYXNNXNNNNNNNNYXNXNNXN XXNX XXXX XX NVNYNXNNYYYYXNYYYYXNYYYY 'YYYYYYYNYYYYNYYN 0 XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX WHAT IF Ned were a chair instead of a Davenport? Anita were a man-hater instead of a Love Crj? John were a jitterbug instead of a Walzer? Gene were a hatter instead of a Glover? Wesley were a triplet instead of a Double? Gibby were a window instead of a Doerr? Billy were a duke instead of an Earl? Ruth were a fly instead of ia Leach? Elizabeth were fat instead of Lenfol? Betty were a river instead of a Brookfsh? Marion were a magazine instead of a Book? Dick were a biter instead of a Barker? Ann were a maple instead of a Laurel? Julian and Eddie were doors instead of Wendas? Ruth were a glove instead of a Ball? Connie were an ohm instead of a Watt? David were a carpenter instead of a Taylor? Laverne were an airplane instead of an Otto? Martha were a hatchet instead of an Axe? Shirlene were floors instead of Walls? Francis were silk instead of Woolfanj? Mary Jane were wrong instead of CWJright? Ann were sunny instead of Rainey? Robert were red instead of Green? Fred were shallow instead of Deep? Irene were a room instead of a Booth? Helen were Peter instead of Paul Mildred were an ache instead of a Payne? Theodore were old instead of Young? Helen were a horse instead of a Campbell? Helen were wood instead of Cole? Martha was sand instead of Clay? Sally was a tortoise instead of a Harefsb ? Alfred were a nail instead of a Hook? Imogene was a queen instead of a King? John was a squire instead of a Knight? Jean were a farmer instead of a Miller? Albert was grass instead of Moss? Forrest was an auction instead of a Raffel? Charles was a diamond instead of a Ruby? Helen Williams :-"Yes,vRuth's married to a real-estate agent and a good, honest fellow, too." Suzzy Flick:-'tMy gracious! Bigamy?" The other day in his father's shop, Dale Clobus made a typograph- , ical error. What should have read, "The showers last week, though f copious, were not sufficient for the millmenf' Dale set it up, "milk- f men " ,yyg.yyg,yyyy............k.yX................ 5 I I D J B Q Printing That lsn t ust 5 5 6 5 6 Paper and lnlc 3 ,-,1,1......l....T1. Q - - - - 2 .3 2 That satisfied expression is yours, because you 5 know that your yearbook has been handled by a firm which has experience, knowledge, Q 3 and ability to combine type, paper, 1 and ink in a manner that will command attention and Q 5' respect for l it. T '5 S E ? ' T .3 1 X Q00 wiff Ka pfeaoecf io ofiow you oamjafeo of wfiaf i E amz czaffomen can do willi lyfae and macigirzreo. 7 T E L E P H o N E 2 Q 2 2 5 'I Q 5 .S B MASTER PRINTERS OF HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOKS 5 f . S Miller, Pyle 8: Street T 9 217-19 Sycamore Street ' New Castle, Pennsylvania -5 I 2 l W ? iff NN? XXXXX NN ' NX Y NXXXXXNNNNNXNYNXNNNYY ' ' ' 0 ' ' ' ' 0 0 Q YXSSXXXXnr't"XA9Qfn 'SSX XXXXXXXXXXX ' ' 0 NNN NYYYYNNYYYXNYYYYXNYYYYNYYXNYYYYYNYYX NYYYYYXNYNYYYYYY NYYYYYYYXNY ' ' ' 0 ' ' ' ' ' ' 0 XXX XXXXXXXXX 'XXXXXXXXXXXN XXX XX CC Cl ll if KK KK "Doctor Rhythm" ........................................... "Simple and Sweet" POPULAR SONGS "Wishing" ............................................... .......... S ophomores "Angels With Dirty Faces" ....... ...................... S eniors "A Room With a View" ....... Detention Hall "At Long Last Love" ...... ..................... D ave Taylor "Deep In a Dream" ....... Could Be" ...................... Get Out of Town" ........... if I Have Eyes" ...................... "I Cried For You" .............. "Little Drummer Boy" .... "Lovely Debutante" .............. Mutiny in the Nursery" "An Old. Curiosity Shop" A Hole In the Wall" ......... Change Partners" ............. Have A Heart" ........................... Thanks For Everything" Melody Farm" .............................................. ......Office Miss Edmund's Room Jack Colnot Dick Barker Seniors who stayed behind Ray Kelley To teachers at grade time Seniors to Miss Stevenson Audrey Mcllvenny Virginia Fredericks Bill Rowland Dot Guynn School Dances "The Stamp Collectorn ................................. ........... I rwin Master "You're A Sweet Little Headachew ....... .......... M ary M. Flynn "Bewildered" .................................... I ..................... ..................... S ophomore Fooling Myself" .... Bob Evans Night before exams "Happy Ending" ..... ............................ C lass Day "Day Dreaming" ...................... ......... ......... ........................ B o b Mort HF. D. R. Jones" ..................................................... ................................ M erritt Reynolds "Last Night A Miracle Happened" ........ ......... D ay after Commencement li if ' ' Little Sir Echo" ............ "Never Againv ...... if Ordinary Guy" ...... Oh Susannfab I" .. 65 il Old Folks" ..................... Sweet As A Song" Sweet Someone" ........... . Sweet Genevieve" ....... . "The Dipsy Doodle" K6 if K6 Cl Two Sleepy People" ........... "The Funny Old Hills" ...... ll You and Me" ........................ "Three Little Fishies" .... "Happy As a Lark" ..... "Sweethearts" ........................ And the Angels Sing" ..... Ann Laurel Bud and Laverne Chorus Frank Terrari Pink Slips Chuck Snyder Susie Flick Faculty Charlotte Snyder Dot Hayes Genevieve Wilk Bob Crowley Wenda and Noga Second Floor Jeanne and Mel McKinley, Stephenson, Reebel Gibby Doerr HOW TRUE Teacher :-"Now, can any member of the class tell me where We find mangoes?" Qsear: "Yes, miss, Nyyyyyyyyya.ayy..N.......... .......... '95 Pm .IT hvmwvwznfvvfvaz. -I' J' 19,117 FLA 'WW' if Vt? I 6 S i 2 .3 E K E A 5 K S 1 5 XXXXXXXXXXXXX NNYYYX NYYYYYXNYYYX'YYYYYYYYNNYYNNYYNYYNYYX' NNYNNNYXNYN ' ' ' ' ' ' 0 ' ' 0 ' ' NYNYYYYYYYYNYYX ' NYY 0 0 ' ' 0 -' NNYYYYYYYYNXNYYYXNNYNYYYYYYYYY XX XXX XX THINGS WE HAVE SEEN Hall of Fame .................... State Department ......... Dep't of Justice ........ Warrants ............................. Executive mansion Rear blackboards, Study IV Outer office Detention hall Pink slips ............ Ne-Ca-Hi Supreme Court ................................. ....... S tudent Court Treasury Dep't ..................................... ......... lk Ir. Shaffer Museum of Natura l History Metropolitan Opera House Marine Band ...................................... Great White Way ...................... Rose Bowl ............................................ ........ M. G. M. ..................................................... ........ D ramatics class Declaration of Independence ........ .. Coney Island ........................................... Board walk ......................................... Trocadero .................. Automat .......................... New York Times ........... ....................... . ..................... Auditorium School Band Front Walk Taggart Stadium Diplomas Lunch Time Second floor Dean's Cafeteria G. R. paper Elizabeth Zingaro Con telephonel :-"ZingaroI Zingaro!! 'Z' not 'C'! A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z. FATHER'S SOLILOQUY I dreamed a dream and then awoke And laughed, for it was funny, I dreamed my daughter had written home And didn't ask for money. Q There are meters of rhyme And meters of tone, But the best meter yet Is to meet'er alone. John McKinley:-"My horse's name is Regulator." Susie :-"Why? " John McKinley:-"All the other horses go by him." Mr. Brown :-"John Del Rosso, come up to the map and point to Cuba." John goes up to the map and points out the island. Mr. Brown :-"That's fine. Now, Joe Gabriel, who discovered this island?" ' - osso, Mr. Brownfi Q., T '.t 3 .6 lic , i ' ' ' ' ' ' 'NYYYYYNNYYYYYYYYYNY ONYX? NYYX NXNYYXXXX ' ' ' 0 ' ' ' ' ' ' 0 ' ' ' NY YYYY NYY NY NYYYYXNYYYYN XXXXXXXX XXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXY XXXXX X SENIORS IN THE MOVIES "You Can't Take It With You" ...................................................... Life at Ne-Ca-Hi "Tailspin Tommy" .................................... ...................... E d Francis "Crisis" ......................................................... ..................................... E Xams "Blonde" ................................ .................................................................. V irginia Fredericks "Huckleberry Finn" .................................................................................... Dick McGough "Three Smart Girls" ......... Jane Morris, Anna Abraham, Constance Watt H100 Men and a Girl" ..........................................,................. Mary Margaret Flynn "Curly Topn ................................................................................................ Dorothea Donegan "The Three Musketeers" ...... Bill Tintsman, John Davies, Eugene Glover "The Thin Man" ................. ............................................................................... R ay Kelley "The Great Waltz" ........... ........ T he Dinner Dance "Made for Each Other" .... .......... L averne and Bud "Hurricane" ........................ ....................... M assilon "Spring Madness" ....................... ..................... G raduation "Gunga Din" ....................................... .................... J oe Paluszak "AleXander's Ragtime Band" .... .......... S enior A Orchestra "Mickey Mouse" ..................,............ ......................... E d Fortney "Boy Meets Girl" ......,........... ..... ......... T a ylor and Flynn "Stand Up and Fight" ..... ........................... G ibby Doerr "Midnight" .......................... .......... S tudying for finals "Vivacious Lady" ..... ...................................................... ............ H e len Williams SET 'EM UP Three slightly deaf men were motoring from the north to London in an old, noisy car, and hearing was difficult. As they were nearing London, one asked, "Is this Wembly?" "No," replied the second, "This is Thursday." "So am I," put in the third. "Let's stop and have one." Teacher:-"I hope you have a pleasant vacation, and come back knowing more than you do now." ' Polite Sophie :-"Thanks, Same to you." Always think twice before you speak, and then talk to yourself. He is a wise man who can't tell his wife the color of his steno- grapher's eyes. ADVANCEMENT When a Freshman does not understand the teacher's questions, he says, "Pardon me, but I did not understand you." The Sophomore says, "W'at Sir?" The Junior says, "I didn't get you." The SeniQLsays, "Huh'?" XXXXN Nyyy..... , ...y...................... I f sl' 5 as 5 l '55 x i F K. l L N vvvxreces vifxff E- . C- .n-we-'v""v'K English Made Hercules and Royal Enfield Cycles American Made Schwinn-built Lightweights Nix f J Q l ' QQQUILW- "--1 5 Lady's Lightweight with 3-Speed Geer-Two Wheel Brakes g Try cycling on a lightweight for real cycling pleasure, ' RE there's a World of difference. "Lightweight, precession built bicycles" 5 f 'rel' . 107 N. Jefferson Sl. K 3 BOB S CYCLE SERVICE ,,,ew. E E NEW CASTLE, PA. F XYXX NYNYYYYYYYY NYYYYYXNY NXNX NYYYYY 0 4 0 ' Q ' ' ' ' NYY NX NXJYYYYYYYYYYXNXNNYYYYYY 'NN XNXXX N XXXXX XXXXXX voooo oxxoo ooo. xo oo oo dx JQQQQQQQQQXQQQQAXQQXQQQQQQQQQQQQXXooooooooooooooe 9 'XXNX NNN' XX XXX X XQXXXXXXXXXXN 'XX XXXX 'X XX CAN YOU IMAGINE? Ginny Fredericks with dark hair? Connie Watt being six feet tall? Lillis Keeling with small, brown eyes? Dave Taylor being bashful? Al Hook with straight hair? Bob Carolina at a loss for words? Helen McCommon being boisterous? Juniata Veach not talking about horses? Frances Golis not laughing? John Davies being a woman-hater? Wink Taylor acting grown-up? Marjorie Thomas without boys? Tom McCreary not sleeping? Carol Rakestraw quarreling? Ruth Cartwright flirting? Bob Crowley dancing badly? Muriel Miller not chewing gum? i FRUIT STAND GOSSIP Soph.:-"I'm plum stuck on that peach of a berry-tone." Jr. :-"You and him'd make a swell pear. He's a lemon with a ghoulish Adam's apple." Soph. :-"Sour grapes." Jr. :-"Why, you poor prune! I wouldn't give a fig to have a date with him." He failed in Physics, flunked in Chem., They heard him softly hiss: I'd like to catch the guy who said That "Ignorance is bliss." "Some write a joke to make us laugh, Others donate their photograph." The hillbilly walked into the store and saw a cocoanut for the first time. He looked at it with a puzzled look on his face. The clerk of the store came over to him and said, "Can I be of service to you, sir?" The hillbilly remained silent for a minute then said slowly, "Gimme a dozen of those potatoes with the whiskers on them." . Alfred Hook:-"I've just finished reading a book on 'The Wonders of Nature'." It's a remarkable work. It made me think how insignif- icant man is." Dot Guynn:-"Huh! A woman doesn't have to wade through 500 pages to discover that." Nwyyyw... NNXN.. . .......... I Q J. J. FISHBURN 5' l 407 REIS STREET 5 49 9 Q? 0 x The Home of Monarch Finer Foocls n Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 5 19 9 0 f FREE DELIVERY 5 3 Phone 1361-J 5 PJ ' 4 Q H111 Top Bakery s 3' HOME BAKED BREAD, 6 PIES AND CAKES 2 Q "Our Motto is Quality and Service" R 5 Phone 3647 630 E. Washington St. ! New Castle, Pa. .4 f L D. E. ROWE, Prop. y 'fe Doctor :-"I would recommend Colorado Springs for your insomiaf' Patient :-"Very Well, doctor, I will have some put in my bed at once." Sign at Fredrick's Garage 1- Automobiles Washed ...... 951.00 Austins dunked .............,....... S .50 Senior Cto salesmanlz-"I'd like to try on that dress in the Window." Salesman :-"Sorry Miss, but that's a lamp shade." Senior:-"Do you know the difference between a taxi and a bus?" Soph. Girl :-"No." ' Senior :-"Fine, We'll take the bus." 4 GOOD LIGHT CAN HELP YOU S LIVE BETTER! y A Q The rest of your life is more or less dependent on your F 5 eyes .... Will you handicap your life with poor sight? i 5 Don't gamble! See to it that your light is I. E. S. 9 .4 assured lighting .... Give your eyes the best there is Q X .... 1. E. s. Reading Lamps will do itz R t ' 0 D '5 , PENNSYLVANIA POWER COMPANY E 'WfXafKX5QKXXXX4XXSSXXw XXVI x rf0ff'ffvQflfrfifrf 4, 4, wflloll ifrfv' YXQXXESXXQYXXXXXXXffKff'fXffdvfaffifhfdfrff 00 .wwf +4 we 9 fXfA'i?XsfS1K 'f 1 ,, it W"Xv - '3fVSfkfafff3?XSfffXS!Xrv S11' Xfffbfidffy' S 7 v Teacher Cshaking Willy vigorouslyh :-"Willie, I think the devil has a hold on you!" Willy Qtremblingb :-"S-So do I." What to do When you spill something on the table cloth :- Spread a piece of bread and place it upside down over the spotg the butter Will keep the bread from slipping off. If a razor blade is riveted firmly to a handle, it makes a novel and attractive butter knife. Take your half-Worn razor strap to the harness maker and have it made into a nobby Spring belt. Ed. Francis:-"What's the hardest thing about aviation, Colonel?" Colonel:-"The ground, sir." The hardest thing for a Woman to do is to make up her mind in a millinery shop. Dave Taylor:-"That kid brother of yours saw me just kiss you. What should I give him to keep him quiet?" Mary Margaret fabsent-mindedlyl :-"He usually gets a quarter." Mrs. McCune :-"If you have ten potatoes and have to divide them among three people, what do you do?" Richard Wallace:-"Mash them." i1i ...i,... Cannibal Prince Crushing inb :-"Is it too late for dinner?" Cannibal King:-"Yes, everybody's eaten." Ray Kelley :-"My doctor ordered me not to do a thing. I'm to rest absolutely." Bob Frazier:-"That's the kind of a doctor to have. What's his name?" Jean McClaren:--"Here's my new dress, daddy. I bought it for a song." Mr. McClaren:-"All right, send in the collector and I'll sing to him." Mr. Boak:-"What is an octopus?" Sylvester Wilder:-"ian eiglfTt-sided catfn Q 5 C Re nolds Summers s Y 7 532' Q 4 3' ,Az l 6 6 e as Ne Zo I2 5 Q 25' 0 w ' ARNOLD Blscl-IOFF, Mgr. ? . NEW CASTLE, PA. J A lefl 4 C to 'I One of Pennsylvania's Finer Hotels .C 1' 1' ""'b.A : 15? 5 l Q K UNWGLAIE: in oi' ! Q. Here's Wishing You e' E 2 Success Q as sf S X 3 1 Ol McCann be S: CLOTHES H For Young Men i 5 5 Se i A 1 4 PORTRAITS 2 ? by PHOTOGRAPHY 1 E The only thing We make, 5 Q But We make them x ? GOOD! 'Y .3 Q H E 4 5 THE STUDIO OF S . E. Leo P. Strlzzl 5 S 21515 E. Washington St. E i New Castle, Pa. 5 Bell 2188 52411 4 5 2 5 Compliments S 1 x -of- 5 ? j . . Q, Elliott Sz Waddmgton 5, 3 116-118 N. Mercer St. FQ A Phone 3600 Q 49 Q so RADIO, AUTOMOTIVE Q AND 3 PAINT PRODUCTS 9 2' 5 5 fm NNNXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXYXNYYYXNYYXN QVXQQX5 ,JW A " x 7 Q XXXXXX XXXXNXXXXXXXX NNNNYYYYYYYNQYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY 0 0 0 0 ' NYYYNNYYYYYYYYYXNNQYYYYYYXNYY 0 ' 0 ' ' ' 0 ' ' ' ' ' NNN XXXX XNXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNXNXXXXXXXXXXN Q 0 0 0 0 0 O O O 0 0 0 6 O 0 9 O 0 0 0 O O O 9 O O ., - O O 6 9 O 0 0 O 0 ON OUR WAY-WHICH WAY? If you have to go to school When you'd rather shoot some pool, 'Stead of listenin' to your teachers all day longg When you'd like to stay in bed And just rest your aching head, It is then that school's a necessary wrong. When you must get up at eight After last night's heavy date, And your homework isn't even yet begun, 'Stead of workin' on your "Trig." You went to a big "Shindig" And now your lessons never will get done. When you've danced till early morn To a band that sounded "corn." And you've spent your evening shaggin' round the iloorg Then you stagger on your way And you want to hit the hay, Cause you've danced till you just can't dance anymore. But no matter what you think If you ever want a dink, Then you'll have to wend your weary way to school, If you write your own "admit" Youlll receive a nice pink slip Cause F. L. isn't anybodyis fool. Young Man :-"Mr. Jones, I would like to have the hand of your daughter." Mr. Jones :-"Why sure, the one that's always in my pocket." "I want to buy a toy train for my little boy." "Next floor please, sir. Men's Hobbies!" A dashing young fellow named Tim Drove his car with a great deal of vim. Said he :-'Tm renowned For covering ground? But alas, now the ground covers him. . "What shall we do with ourselves tonight?" asked one student of another. The other :-"We'1l toss for it. If it's heads, we'll go to the pic- tures, and if it's tails we'll call onthe girls." First Student :-"It might stand on edge." .- ' . If it does we"l'l study for the exams? I F I F lorists' Telegraph Delivery 5' 5? Congratulations and 5 5? Members in New Castle 6 Best Wishes E 5 gf gf s Q to the E Q BUTZ BROTHERS E ? June Class of 1939 ? -O- J tg E1scHER's FLOWER .T 1 -JESS L3 1 SHOP 1, Q s Q -0-- J 2142 1113115 El 3 CUNNINGHAM sz 12 129 Ease washingwn sa. 1 XA WEINGARTNER 1 129 E. Washington St. 1 O ' HENNON BROS. Q F if 22 K 5 J-A 1 1 , 3 BEST WISHES 5 JEWELRY-RADIOS 'Q 5 T0 el , 2 g CLASS OF '39 f A A r ! Compliments Of 5 ! 5 9 5 g CONGRATULATIONS 5 f CATHEDRAL f TO THE 5 E R E X 5 GRADUATING CLASS x ? Q O Q Q ? OF 1939 J NEW CASTLE'S 7 J X FAMILY THEATRE X B 1 I, F A L w A Y s E T H E B E S T -1N- S T A G E U 1 -AND-' 1LLER's S S C R E E N F S SHOE sToRE ATTRACTIONS! 5 5 1l3E.WashingtonSt. 5 61 . Q 'Q 1 New Castle, Pa. 5 2200 SEATS AT 25c2 5 E XXX ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 2 ' ' NYYYYYYYYYYY XYYNYYNNYYYYX' YYYYYYXXXKXXNNXYYYYYY 0 2 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX? XXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXX 9 0 0 one QYYXXXXXYYYXXXYYYYYXXYYXNNNNNYY 0 2 0 NY 0 0 0 0 0 X f E 2 You'LL NEVER KNOW Q Because I met you there that day, Q Because you smiled at me that way, Q My heart began to softly say, Q "I love you." 5 Q Because the stars they shone so bright, Q Because my arms they held you tight, Q My heart it beats with all its might, Q "I love you." Q Though well I knew it could not be Q That passion of absurdity, Q I wished that you could really see, 7 "I love you." f Q How wise it was that you should go Q Before my heart should over flow, Q That you, my dear, will never know Q "I love you." 3 1:-' Q Mrs. Jones:-"Tommy, turn off that loud speaker." Tommy:-"That isn't the radio, Mother. That's Mrs. Smith come Q to see you." Q l.1 Q Teacher:-"Some fish travel great distance. Can anyone give Q me an instance ?" Q Scholar:-"Yes. A gold fish. It travels round the globe every Q day." Z l-..- 6 . Q Boss :-"Yes, I want an office boy. Do you smoke?,' v Boy:-"No, thank you, sir. But I do not mind having an ice Q cream cone." Z .Tet A salesman who had been traveling on a certain railroad for a number of years was complaining about the trains always being late, when to his surprise the train came in on time. He immediately went to the conductor and said, "Here's a cigar. I want to congratulate you. I have traveled on this road for fifteen years and this is the first time I have ever caught a train on time." "Keep the cigar," said the conductor, "this is yesterday's train." Bill:-"Think of the future." Jack :-"I can't, it's my girl's birthday and I must think of the present." 2 . 'iloe do vo ' ' ' ' V vLoiC.P'?" "Well, it might come in handy in case of fire." al' 32 5 9 4 Compliments B A -Of- Q X x JACK GERSON YOUR JEWELER TJ I P X e E 200 E. WASHINGTON STREET 3 i NEWfCASTLE,PA. Z 2 ff l 3 'N I K sv 3115 9 ,,,Lk, 5 i Q CONGRATULATIONS Q GRADUATES 5 i FROM THE A A r . F' A Slrouss-Hlrshberg Co. 'S g' One Of New CaSt1e'S 3 Better Stores 5 5 1 I --L:--r+-SA' .E 5 2 2 A I A A I ! A 9 I sEAvv's STUDIO Q NEW CASTLE, PA. X Q, 5 I I X Ax HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE A I PHOTOGRAPHERS Q 71 if W 6 A A 3 MODERN AND DISTINCTIVE H PORTRAITS 5 5 5 N rl L21 E A K S i E T -2-Ei vfn'-I-P'lz2L' si'-IYFQVLI 4 IOS. B. LEYDE MORTUARY 2 wr 'N we I .N Q QQ .j XEQRM wmv. 1-J-:vue .1 A " H x PHONE 61 HIGHLAND AT WINTER 'N'Wj.ll' T 4... ' NNNXNNYY NYYYYYXNYYYYYNNYYYXNNYYYYYX Nba NN NYYYYYYYYXNXNNXNNYXNXNNNNNN NNNNYYXNXNNXKN XXXXXXK KXXJXJXXNXXXXXX xXX'XXX'X OUR LIBRARY True Story ......... .................................... E Xcuses for tardiness to class Time ........................ ............................................................................................ P ink Slips Little Women ...... .......... C onnie Watt, Alice Sewall, Helen Williams Vogue .................... ............................................................................. H elen Williams Esquire ...................... ................................ w ................................................. J ack Colnot American Boy .............. ...................................... M erritt Reynolds American Girl ................. ................................................. S uzanne Flick Good Housekeeping ......... ......... S enior A Home Economics Girls Life ............................................ ............................................. ...... S e nior Year Three Musketeers .......... ........................................ ........ S u zy, Marge, Ruth Young Man Cln the late hoursl :-"How can I ever leave you?" Tired Father CPoking his head around the doorl :-"Bus No. 7, train No. 40, or any taxicabf' Busy Man fusing phonej :-"Give me 2-2-double Z." Operator z-"Two-two-two-two 'I " Busy Man :-"Yes, and hurry up. I'll play trains With you later!" Jack Matthews:-"My ancestors came over on the Mayflower." Virginia Frederick:-"Lucky for you they did. The immigration laws are stricter now. Sally Hares:-"Those boys remind me of shoes? Marge Harris:-"HoW's that?" Sally Hares:-"They're all a bunch of heels." THE LOWDOWN DACHSHUND Usually the front and back ain't on speakin' terms. If you pat his head it would take too long for him t' signal down to his tail to Wag! an' by th' time it did get there he'd probably forget what there was to be happy about. No Wonder he looks so sour! John Davies:-"I come right to the point and don't fool around." Hazel Emery :-"What are you, a pencil sharpener?" Miss Taylor:-" 'I come to sing a song.' How many Ways can that be expressed." Bob Flinner:-"Four-Alto, Soprano, Tenor, and Bass. "How is Duifer getting along with his golf?" "Fino H-c h-it ' today." Nvyyyyyyyy.. .. .yy..... Q .. . ...... W sf? 3 CONGRATULATIONS 0 4 U 4 CLASS OF 739 : 4 COIT1D11I1'16I1tS E 5, FROM THE 6 ll -Of,- 6 X PENN THEATRE S Q "Alwa s he Bes Show in Town" ' ' Y ' Hoge 5 S Sportmg Goods METRo-coLDwYN.MAYER -g ? 'g J PARAMOUNT and RKO B V1 2 GREATER Mov1Es ? y if is , SW iq 5 COMPLIMENTS OF Q 5 Compliments T 5 1 2' auf- 1 2- JESSE N. KERR DIAMOND MERCHANT 2- 3 THE STGRE THAT T L JEWELER - SILVERSMITH T 5 , DOES NOT A Q Q, f ADVERTISE QT ! 5 NORTH MILL ST. T 3 5 .T NEW CASTLE, PA. 5 5 , , 5 Correct Dress ls Important , ij Comphments ? 9 On The Road To Success ? . -Of- g . . y A 5 LEVINE s A Q Q Q NEXT TO PENN THEATRE T 5 5 The Store of 5 Paint 8g Glagg CQ, 6 4 NATIONALLY ADVERTTSED gl 5 f MEN'S wEAR1Nc APPAREL S 4 T 4 COMPLIMENTS OF 4 Compliments i' 5 3 of f 9 Sllvernlansliconom Shoe Sho no E. WASHINGTON sT. gi Q Love 81 Mgggwn Y Q NEW CASTLE, PA. K -'THE DRUGGISTSH ? 'X 1 I 4 "The store devoted to better fitting ' ' footwear for better health." XXX XYYYYYYXYYYYYYYYYYYXYYYYXYYYYXYYY ' 0 0 ao ' 'X XXYYXXXPX 4XXXX'x XXXX X XNXYYYYYX NYYXXXXYYYXYXYY ' 0 ' ' 4X'X ' ' ' 0 ' 0 0 ' ' 'X3X X XOXX NYXYYXXYXXYYYYYYYYYXNX ' " ' T ' ' ' XXX ' NYXNNYYXNNNNNXN' NYNYYY ' e P J XQXXXXX XX9YXXXXXX9YfQ 'NNN NN XX NYNYYXN 'YYYXNNYXNYNNYYNYNY ' 0 ' NN 0 ' Q f 'XXXXXXXXX NNN Dzudi:-"Does your wife make it hot for you when you don't show up in time for dinner?" Bunchuck:-"No, she lets me eat it cold." . An announcer was trying to keep the conversation flowing with a young lady fresh to the mike. He touched on the subject of books. "Tell me," he said, "have you read 'Freckles'?" "No," she giggled, blushingly, "they are just ordinary brown ones." "How much gas have we got?', "It says half, but I canit tell whether it means full or empty." History teacher:-"Johnny, who started the Russian revolution of 19l7?" Johnny:-"Don't look at me, teacher, I didn't do it." Exam. question :-"For what are the Phoenicians noted?" Answer :-"Blinds" . Stout Mermaid :-"What shall I do? My chin is getting all sun- burned." Life Guard :-"Why should you care? You've got another." Picknicker:-"I've found a four-leaf clover, Sally." Sally :-"Goody, goody! That means we will soon be married." Picknicker:-"Oh, but I thought it meant good luck." Schmaltzz-"Can you swim?" Miss Neiho:-"It all depends on how handsome the lifeguard is." . .-..l. Boogy:-"Do you know it's a comfort to have a head like mine?" Woogy:-"Yeah, solid comfort." Salesman :-"How did you come to have the accident with that second-hand car I sold you?" Buyer :-"I couldn't put out my hand while I was pushing it around a corner." The examining lawyer was cross-questioning an Irish women in court with regard to the stairs in her house. "Now, my good woman, please tell the court how the stairs run in your house." "How do the stairs run?" repeated the woman. "Sure, when I'm upstairs they run down, and when I'm downstairs they ruLup." X Nwwwwyx .a .NNNX ........ 5 2 , 1 E Comphments 2 -of- X 5 Q S New Castle Dry Goods Co. Xl to , ., . 5 3 me it 5 'r 3 CONGRATULATIONS 2 ' C L A S S 1 Q Q l939 1 J U N E Q we D. G. Ramsey and Sons F W BUILDERS' sUPPL1Es HARDWARE PAINTS A S se ef E i 4200-PHONES-4201 f 5 :see-20 CROTON AVE. wi of ! 6' g, 5 1t's Easier to Succeed 3 5 . x by havmg Your Shoes Rebuilt Y .1 f X 1 fp P' 'JI C 1 is 2 Pagley Shoe Service 1 ' 17 N. MILL STREET 2 2 5 5 3 R IC 1-1 M A N Q BROTHERS fun wdfffm fly unew K and g7f'll'ly Www, 522.50 7 Qs Q 49 A 3 Student Prep Suits 516.50 3 Sizes 16 to 21 3 Q 0 0 5 Q 131 E. Washington St. 5 aes XXXXXY ' ' XXXYX X 1' ffffoo.xQQQooXQooo o oooioooooo XXX ' 0 0 Q 0 NYYYYNYYYXN ' NYXKNYYXN' NHXXXXXXXX A X4 XXXXXXXY XXXXXXXXXXXXXX NX .--QQ' Q-0 xxxxxxx ........... NXXXXYX' XXXXXXXXXXXX XXXX NWNNNNYYYYNNYYXNNNNYYYYYYXNNYYYYYYYYYYY 'YXNNNY 'YNYYYYYNYNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY ' 0 ' XXXXXXXQXN XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXYXXXXXXXXXXXX The policeman had just made a lady pull over to the curb. "Didn't you see the red light?" asked the officer. 66 !9 No. Didn't you hear my whistle?" ll 77 K6 Cl ll No. Didn't you hear me yell?" No " CC Well then, I might as well go home. I don't seem to be doing anything around here," replied the officer. Man's voice Cin a crowded street carb :-"Did anyone lose a pack of hundred dollar bills with a rubber band wrapped around it?" Three voices:-"Yes, I did." Man's voice:-"Well, I found the rubber band." The student's allowance had run out, so he wrote home for more money. Feeling a bit nervous about the impression it would make, he ended his letter:-"P, S.-I did not like writing to you. In fact, I ran after the postman to get this letter backf' A week later he received the following reply :--"You will be glad to know I did not receive your letterf' Holowynge :-"Frisby has a new racket now." Cryeng:-"What? Is it something dishonest?" Holowynge:-"No, he plays tennis with it." "Would you believe it? I told Willie to go upstairs two at a time to save his boots, so he went up three at a time and split his trousers." . .. ...l.. Angry Employer Cto Irishman who insisted on leaving his serv- icej :-"Well, good-bye, Pat, and bad luck to you." Pat :-"Good luck to you, sir, and may neither of us be right." Mistress fto maid who has been to a local paradeb :-"Well, Mandy did you enjoy the parade? Mandy Yes ma am It was wonderful! Ah saw the Mayor and the Mayonnaise Champ Whats my temperature Doc?" Doc Hundred and three Champ What s the world s record? Mr Copson How would you care for a lawn in the Fall?" Pretty Sr Id allow the grass to grow." Mr Copson All right you may take care of mine." o O O O o - - n Q A , . Q , C4 x 5 .l' , . 9 ' 77 , . 4 ' . o o , cc 1 o -1' r 4 , ss as Q .1 . 0 , cc a 1 as O 'W Q ' - o - o 0 , cc Q . .i 0 , as a , . . 0 , cc ' Q a :W , :I n . - ,Tu . ea -.:':.: .77 O 4 O o o o 6 o O XX 5 COMPLIMENTS 5 , 3 - 3 3. Castle Statlonery CO. 6 3, Esther 85 Kay Anderson 6 24 N. MERCER ST. PHOTOGRAPHY Q Q NEW OAiTIgE, PA. K Q gg W K ? Authorized Distributor ? 306 WALLACE AVE' -T E A. B. DICK CO. 3 Telephone 3721 2 T MIMEOCRAPI-Is at SUPPLIES F 1 1. ,Et 5 COMPLIMENTS FROM 5 Compliments N 5 5 -0f- 2- REGENT THEATRE OF NEW CASTLE LAWRENCE BOTTLING C0. Q ALWAYS THE 1 MANUFACTURERS OF I ,f BEST SHOW IN TOWN e , C050 CQLA is ,n 49 0 65 I. Q AND 1 Q E A POPULAR PRICES 5 J SOFT DRINKS S 6 "AllOTtt1EiooEEf1v1?3esN:'tErIzKodak" 2 2 9 W ALL STYLES AND PRICES AT- A Q ARTICLES IN HARDWARE K THE CAMERA SHOP I Ha'tm2r.T'EZIi2glnfiuigigfschoo' I I 22 N- MERCER ST- E 1 Initials Free on every piece f 'L 2 KIRK, HUTTON sr CO. p Q CONGRATULATIONS 1' 3- -TO THE- x JUNE CLASS OF '39 2 A JOHNSON BRONZE COMPANY .g 5 NEW CASTLE, PA. 2 A ? 0 ' Nr 'Nr YYYYXNYXNYYXNOYYY NYNYYYNPQYNNYX YVNXNYYYNANYY NYYYYYNNN' NX Div 'NNN YYXNYYVXQYX NX vYYNNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXNXNYYXPYYYYYXNNNNXOYY ' Nvwwww NNvvxNwvwwwxwvvwvwxwwvwvwvwwxwvwwvvx Nxxwxwvwvvwvvwxw -wwvwvvvvwwxwwvxwwwwvww 'XX XXXXXXX NYYYXXXXXXXXXXXXX A man lost a valuable dog and advertised in a newspaper, offering five hundred dollars for it, but got no replies. He called the office. "I want to see the advertising manager," he said. "He's out,', said the office boy. "Well, his assistant." "He's out, too, sir." Well, I'l1 see the editor." "He's out, sir." "Great Scott! Is everybody out?" "Yes-they're all hunting your dog." "Perhaps," said the judge, "counsel for the defense would like to explain the meaning of the expression, 'Sez you'." Counsel arose. 'My Lord," he said, "it would appear that it is a slang of American origin which has gained regrettable currency in the language of the people through the agency of the cinema. It is, I am given to under- stand, employed to indicate a state of dubiety as to the credibility or veracity of a statement made by the speaker." "Oh, yeah!" observed the judge. At the early age of six, Amy Lowell, the poetess, attracted suffi- cient attention to have a part of her letter quoted in a national maga- zine, as an example of childish ingenuity. Amy wrote her father a brief note and signed, 'fYour loving son." "Why did you write 'son'?" inquired her father, later. Amy hung her head. "Because I couldn't spell daughterf' she murmured. He :-"You've been out with worse-looking fellows than I am, haven't you?" She did not reply. "I said you've been out with worse-looking fellows than I am, havenit you?" "I heard you the first time. I was trying to think." Father :-"Where's that young man who was calling on you?" Daughter :-"Oh, he left in a hufff' Father:-"A huff? A huff? They are getting so many new cars on the market now, a fellow simply can't keep track of them." Mother :-"Marilyn, were you a good little girl at church today?" Marilyn :-"Yes, mother. A man offered me a big plate of money, and I said, 'No, thank you'." This was heard on a street car. Confused passenger :-"Let me off at the next stop, conductor, I thought this was a lunch wagon." Nxqxwxwyyy .............gav......NX.. QI , . X Z 3 5 5 2 35 ' 5 Q 5 5 TO THE 1 f 115 E. WASHINGTON ST. 1 GRADUATE . . . Q 3 Q 2 S x 5 x 4 4 CONGRATULATIONS , A f ii 7 S 5 K AND MAY YOU ATT CONTINUE TO AOIIIEVE E e F AY: 2 F Z Q FFORF Q, Z . Q , Q f X 3 K GRADUATION PICTURES S 5 Q C. Penney CO., Inc. Y 5 W 2 1 Q 1 AT POPULAR PRICES f Department Stores -E 5 f . S 0 5 E 4 Ri 112 1 1 1 1 3. OUR STUDENT SUITS i 3. CONGRATULATIONS t x are Outstanding for i 6 To THE i 5 Style and quality. 5 GRADUATING CLASS X ? Sizes 33 to 38 if OF A1 J for 516,00 A J JANUARY, 1939 5 X Extra Pants 34.00 ' ' i 'A A A Q 62? X3 1' 'U' G. C. Murphy CO. 5 X E 119-25 E. Washington St. K I The WINTER co. I N C H P E 5 5 ew as e, a. r I 2 - we if 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I f 5 5 Z 5 7 5 1 5 Z 4 I 4 4 K 1 1 1 L S PH RA OG UT 4 Z 5 O 5 5 5 A 5 5 Z 4 4 4 4 O 5 5 5 5 Z 9 Z Z 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Z 4 4 4 5 5 Z 5 Z , 4 5 5 4 4 4 , 4 4 5 5 f 5 5 Z 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 Z 4 5 Z 4 4 9 5 4 X XNIM w I t., ",u. 'nl' 'fffjqmg N H, 11 ... ll .' I ll' nl' i "I HH. 1 1' ' ll' '1' 'N 1 'I I 32-41- z-W.: :U,, ' lt!! ::iI1Ii mQv'm LH' :la :I-I flnl1I'f, ! n. 'fig' ln, La dfw :1:,,' E:Q HI' lim alia K 1' Pm. .Jn '1 ' ' I 1 M-,. ,if l:lllt.s"x: 'l Sgr HW mlwmx ft Wigan :.I'K:l"l:i . lu' " w .' E . .1-, ', I un lu f' fn k K , W if ww ,ff s:11:H,H r,r.f , .- - W v ' N ' A 1 ' ' 'I 2? xiii 4 ,h ' 5I'5"'ff.'1" l'1'l:,'u n I 2' ,rw M fix'?.'Wt V . E r.q...1fi1 m91'z2:w-fyvgg 1 " ,S 4' NA TIM , lgilziizrf-.Q,Qrp3o4, F' 'wkfl mrzfqmm M .1 K. 1 'Qiiflf QB fi? W J - 1" N. S A ffm 11 "fm-. M 1 ,P fzfngm 'L 'Hb,eq'Hf,'M Q li, A 'FH:g11'1:1f'?,..,,R QQ. "7 hw 3 UU' x ,W 5 " W if i'.'.?if'131z15E1aww,Q- ff fm 9 M " N -1 ' uf'rvw:'n " 'M H ' S m'5 W""5'-'ff:':-5 2!'wl1JQ?56.1"'fEEEi EA '1-W' 3 Wm 'WWW 2 1' 4 '- Was. Will? 199' r WMXNWE Swv .MIN a X ' sg' W , 'umm fn f'


Suggestions in the New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) collection:

New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) online yearbook collection, 1936 Edition, Page 1

1936

New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) online yearbook collection, 1937 Edition, Page 1

1937

New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) online yearbook collection, 1938 Edition, Page 1

1938

New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) online yearbook collection, 1941 Edition, Page 1

1941

New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) online yearbook collection, 1942 Edition, Page 1

1942

New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA) online yearbook collection, 1943 Edition, Page 1

1943

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.