North East High School - Aquilo Yearbook (North East, PA)

 - Class of 1940

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Compliments of HARRY B. COUSE PHONE 108-R Compliments of SUGDEN'S MARKET WE DELIVER Compliments of WILLIAM SCOULLER Tax Collector Come to LORETTA'S to Get "WICKED CLOTHES" 82.5 Peach St., Erie, Penna. Quality Is Always First ..,.at... The Zgalle Etna. Qin. Times Square-Erie, Pa. Compliments of SALCHOW 81 BALDWIN b Uh

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I2 LITO ITU I - Tl-l If VUICE Of EXDEIQIENCE Dear Editor: How can I increase mv height? Billy M. By growing. Dear Editor: Is it proper to kiss a girl friend? H. fMastermindJ K. It depends who the girl is. Dear Editor: Please tell me what color is most becoming to blondes? M. M. M. Red is most dangerous. Dear Editor: How should I comb my curls? V. Marsh W. WVith a comb, by all means. Dear Editor: How can I make boys like me? J-l-a W. I refer you to C-ll-n G. Dear Editor: My friends disagree as to wheth- er I should wear my hair up or down. How can I please them all? R. R-b-e. Don't wear it. Dear Editor: Is it proper for students to be on intimate terms with the teach- ers? Marg. B. Certainly, if you find it pays. Dear Editor: I have too many freckles. How can I get rid of them? H. G-man. Take equal parts of rosewater and lemon juice, and a cup of cold cream, vaseline, and a pint of hydrochloric and oxolic acid mixed, and a quart of rain water. Apply before each meal. Dear Editor: Girls won't go out with me, be- cause I have a steady girl friend. What should I do? C. C-k. Stick to Virginia. Dear Editor: How can I be sure my Meadville boyfriend is faithful? Jane B. Move to Meadville. I Shock Overcomes Several! fExclusivc with NEP Newsl- Flash! Mr. Ralston told a new joke at a recent Hi-Y meeting. Several members of the club were serious- ly affected by the shock, and two required medical aid. Stanley him- self seemed a little surprised at th-e burst of laughter which greet- ed his story. By a stop watch which was luckily open, the relat- ing of the story has been set at ex- ' actly twenty-live minutes and thir- teen seconds past eight o'clock. Authorities on Mr. Ralston"s jokes say that it is absolutely a new one., and bets are already being laid as to how many years it will be be- fore he tells another new one. Harold Greenman. philosophic president of the Hi-Y, prophesied that Ralston would tell another new one in 1941. All you under- ClEl'S1H6l'l are advised to be on the lookout for it. as it might come wh le you are dosing in class. VVhat is this world coming to? Dear Editor: I have asked a certain girl to go to a dance with me. How can I entertain her between dances? R. C--k. Let her do the talking. She usually does, docsn't she? Dear Editor: A young man recently asked me to go to the movie and then did not come or send anv excuse. YVhat should I do? UB." YV. Return the lemon with interest. Dear Editor: Please give me a schedule of trains to Erie. J. S-ll. Pl-ease restate your question. I don't know whether you mean freight or passenger trains. Dear Editor: 1 recently lost a ring of my boy- friend's which was an heirloom. NVhat to do? K-k-e S. Visit all Erie hock shops. Dear Editor: How can I remove lipstick from my collar? Dick R. Your mother should know how by now. Seventy-Six IQACI N I5 N EWS lSport Section! Bee Ruth Norris, who is filling her broth'er's place as "Night Rid- er," is doin-g very well in that po- sition. However she seems to lack the speed and maneuverability of her famous racing brother. Richard Howard, brother and protege of Paul "Lucky" Howard, is the last of the famous racing Howards. Although new at the game, he is coming to the toD rapidly and should be a top notch winner in next summer's racing convention. Interesting to note is the fact that he is not racing at Sheridan speedway as his broth- ers did. but has opened up a new course which runs from his Mid- dle Road home to East Main St. via the Orchard Beach Road. This course has many bumps and sharp curves in it. thus making it both diiiicult and dangerous. 3 WANTED 5 More People to skip school less. Mr. Davis. Padded cells for the Freshmen. D. Ball. A piano for the lavatory quar- tet. Quartet. Trolley serviee to th-e Brickyard Road. Harold G. A football team for 1940. 1939 squad. Some way to get rid of teachers when passing notes, copying as- signments, etc. If interested, hang around Room 9. A clarinet section for the 1940 orchestra. Mr. Serif. Longer study halls. Night Hawks. Someone to sign excuse blanks. Ed. Luebke. More time between class ex- changes. Carmella M.. 5 ...................,...,............... ............ Several very valuable hours of sleep, in or near city of Erie last Saturday night. If found, please return to Carl "Poota" VVay. One handsome black cameo ring. No 'reward if returned. Harold NV. A 1939 class ring, valuable only in sentiment. Finder's keepers. "Holly" H. A large portion of traditional dignity. Class of '40.



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HIT DAIQADE '-Bi ny" ............ u is lt 44 ac Asleep or Awake" .. Faithful Forever" .. Once in a VVhile" . .. Dark Eyes" ......... Do I Love You?" Confucius Say" "Farewell Blues" tc as mc as as H 6 ns u H A. SK is 6: is an 44 at as so sa Ragtime Cowboy" .. To You" .......... Careless" .............. I VVant a Girl" .......... All the Things You Are" Love's Old Sweet Song" Chatterbox" ................ It's a Hap, Hap, Happy Day" . Scatterhrainu ............... Goody Good-bye" ......... Darn That Dream" ................ In an Old Dutch Garden" ............ The Man Who Comes to Our House" . It's a Sin to Tell a Lie"' ............ Sunrise Serenade" ................. Simple and Sweet" .... Now It Can Be Told" ............ XVishing" ......................... I Didn't Know 'What Time lt VVas" .. Blue Evening" .................... My Prayery' ..................... "I Thought About You" .. ss as sc One O'clock Jump" ...... Good Morning" .................. . Dark Town Strutters' Ball" .......... "Holy Smoke! Can You Take a Joke?" . . . at as u in cc cs as Yodelm' Jive" ..................... Lovely Lady" Comes Love" ....... It's Dream Time" Clarinet Marmalade" .. Truckin' Along" ........ I Hear You Calling Me" .. "Out on the Old Plantation . . u Ls as as u 64 as as u es it Ac as as u u U Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" . ............ .. All's XVel1" ................................ Are There Any More at Home Like You?" .. Mendelssohn's March" .................... 1t's a Blue Vtforld Yvithout You" . .. Does Your Heart Beat for Me?" .. Oh, Johnny" ................... In the Mood" ....... ......... If I Dicln't Care" .. Blue Orchids" .... My Reverie" ...................... Is It Possible?" ....................... Gee, But I Hate to Say Goodnight" It's a Hundred to One I'n1 in Love" Love Me, Love .My Dog" ............ Go Fly a Kite" .......... Eyes of the Fleet" . ..,. Seventy-Eight . . . . . . . Billy Wassink . . . Harold VVeinheimer .. "Dunk" and Eleanor "Butch" and Fred Walter Godsin . . . . . . . . Charlotte Hollister Mr. Davis: "In regard to-" Class of '40 Bill Palmer B. Ruth to Bob . . "Bud" Williams . . . . James Youngs Prof. . . . Marie and Dick . . . Howard Koester ... . . . . . . . Graduation .. . . . . . . . . Any Freshman . . . Teachers to students ,... . . . . Betty Farver Miss Holland Truant Ofiicer . . . 'VVhy weren't you in school? Alarm Clock Donna Spencer Owen and Ethel Freshmen . . . . . . . . . Stephen Fromyer . Atter a basketball game On exams . . . . . . . . Don to Virginia . . . . . .. Louis Maas . . . Miss Scouller .. . . Junior Prom . . . Aquilo Junior . . . Milton Luke . .. Jean Ruble .. . . .. Reid Mays . . . . . . Study Hall . . . Norman Barton .. . . . Bob Burdick Bob Cook Howard Post But not on school grounds . . . . . . . . Janet and "Sherry" . .................. Colleen For Joan . . . Lucille W'assink .. . .. Bob to Margie Johnny DeLong ... . . . . . . .. Bob Weinheimer Betty Felton to Bill Nichols Ruth Riefstahl .. . . . . . . .. "Hutch" to Ruth . . . . Greene and Marjorie Charlie to VVeinie . . . . . . . . Kenny Smith . . . Harold Roachc Jean Flanagan

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