Northampton Area High School - Amptennian Yearbook (Northampton, PA)

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151 THE CLIFFS 'gil Clarke Summ1t Clarks Green H1 h School JUNE, 1933 Prmtgd by Purlus Prmtmg, Compnmy En rum by Nuxs Eng,r1w1ng., Compiny Q K 4 Q ' x r xx wks ' ' y K 1 ads: ' .Y CLARKS SUMM T CLARKS GREEN H GH SCHOOL P-4 I P14 i "'L'5Lv " uf O I 6 THE SENIOR CLASS HISTORY The Senior Clr s has asprred to and reached the supreme glory of graduttron Thr Big Nloment rs rt hand Looking brck our the twclxe ling formrtrre rerrs we realize their importance Remember first grade and Nlrss Barnes' Remember those pictures we hrd taken then' Whoex er would hare thought that that cute little duffer with bobbed harr and bangs would be Donald Prlrner 7 Or that tall per on with curlx hrrr Albert Rorapaugh' What a bunch! We Xe grown up since ther and the change seems to be for the better th rnks to the nfiuence of Yllss Carpenter Hr Bubb and others Our wrrtuesq w ell we hare nt broken all the conx entrons vet Remember the parties at Stone s rn eighth grade' We bolted into a rollicking Ifreshman rear under the coaching of 'VIr Bubb 'rnd Nlrss Allardrce ably assisted bv the class officers Vlargorre Bean President Ixenneth Pembrrdge Vice President Dot Mumford Secretarx and Treasurer Harold Doud Oh what parties and oh what fun Our Swphomore xear opened rn full blast We elected the tollowrng officers President Jean Coons I rce President Albert Rorapaugh Secretary-Treasurer Donald Goley Historian Louise Nlaschal. We had a Weiner roast in Snook s Grove-w'e re still Wondering how' when and where those Juniors put mo.:t of the Hot Dogs. Our next big occasion was our Hallowe en party at the school during Institute Week. We had cards drncing and refreshments. Then came the Hop!!! or is it Hoppe? Our first big event. What gowns! What pep! What music! Iack Sontag furnished it and our decorations were blue and gold. , . . -11 , . 01- -1.:i.1..:+.i..i.1w3-si: ixi 1--1:1 1. 3 -- V-4 ---f, j -'-- - ,Z I Qt -.,-Ll,-4.1- , . 1. A 4'-Q ? -- """ , wi 4: . --- A -:ii 1 - - 'J Q I, A N - ., I E - .ug r wud . I I gif- Q., -lieu, .W -. - 51111 1 - ' - I 2 S51 N1 Av ' . . . 5. 1 r 1 1 1 2 ' 1 ' A 'K1 Z . ' 2 .11 1 1, 1 1 . 2 1 5,12 .., , . . . G Q - I 4 1 . .. -. . 1. . . 1 . , 1 . , A .. . . . I v 2 1 P ' 1 Q v A 1 , 5 ' 1' ' .' 4 . . . -1 v 2 ' . . Q 1. 1 y 2. n 1 I 5 g , 1 . v .' , , 1 . , 1 . . , , . , c I I ' .s . 1 -1 V' 1 A , A . i , I . . . t . v 1 , 1 , 1 4 1 I 1 4 1 . 1 1 , .-N . I W V- ' ' ,--1 ' . . . ,Q w Y . W c I . f . , 3 U I ' 1. ' , . Y. . . X . 1 - v v ' - r 4 v Y 1 vo 4 1 4 1 1 I 1 ' 1 v V . , . , . ., Y . , . . . K . Uv . . -1 . 1 . Y. . ... . . . ,. - . Y. . . . - - L 1 - v - 1 a Q 1 v Q 4 1 1 1 1 .w I "1 I I 1 ! 7 Y ' Y 1 V N 7 s x I Y I 7 1 v 4 . 1 C r . . 1 ' f K . , . . ,- Plfrlfiirii Pl4Pl1lPQ bil P11 iii ll ,Aviva .K-, ,, f- J., The Senior Class History Jumoisl Still 'ilixe and xery actixel We held a xyelner roast at Charles Pcarces and we Cas xx ell as the gate crashersj had plenty to eat and a grand time We also had a Halloxxe en party in Anna Clarks garage and a Christmas dance in the school What an adorable little wax mustache on that sax s upper lipl The officers for the year were Presi dent Louise Vlaschal Vice President Luther Hofmeister Secretarv Jean Coons Treasurer Kenneth Pembrldge Historian Ethel Colvin The Junior Jump xvas a big success We all had a wonderful time The The Prom will be long remembered and long extolled The Community House was the setting for this gay and sxxanky affair Seniors' at last Forty eight of us perfection personified Our ofiicers ar Albert Rorapaugh President Frances lVIcDonald X ice President Secretarv Florence Leaning Treasurer Kenneth Pembridge and Historian Ethel Colxin We held a Christmas dance in the Abin Garden Puss Baer and his orchestra turnished the music the lights were loxx the music sloxx and xxe all had a marx elous time Both sections ot the beiiors had Christmas parties lhe SKIP in the history of C Q H S was the one held by the Seniors on May 5 Did it make a big impression' As this goes to print vxe are looking forxx ard to Class Night the Senior Banquet and Commencement We feel that xxe haxe left a good record and one Qto underclassmenj xx ell xx orth emulating 4 ' L- 51' "" ' ' ""W-' V 1 , a .si gli f " -:fig w , is ' . lj J-4- -JW -:aw ' , -I .fy 1..'5.., - I L' s ,. 's v ku v S is is . 1 v , 1 . , 1 ll' . . s . l ' A Y 7 ' . ' , l 1 3 ' - , 3 W , I .W ' i' swf. I D l . rings chosen by the class were the outstanding ones in our estimation. K Q: . y 3 , 3 A . y r' , .' 1 ,. ' 1 , ' : .Y , . . , , . n .l . , . . v, ks' ks v' v v ,A ' . P ' L. ' " 1 ' w f ' ' v 1 - ' 1 ' ' ' ' v v . s . . . . ' . A' . I I I ' tx nw . I Aw l Aw L1 l v 1 I 7 wus' X l , ini-xi-I 1-iz nap ax- :oil-11 1-111101130301-.1-livin i'n1ogo11x3o:41o1-vi-rx' 1 .-N gi'-9 I 1 O I , , dv nl X X ,qu lu-Us Lv 1 ,""2 X 4141 ALYCE KING Mlckey Clarks Summlt ETC 4 Hockev 4 Basketball 2 Glrl Reserves 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Muslcal Comedy 2 3 4 Sure enough Bridget IS just another l1ttle sold1er 1n the arn1y of flghtlng II'lSh Her her1tage IS well repre s nted w1th her smxllng blue eyes and the great abundance of wlt Brldget IS a likeable soul and onc one gets to 'ke her she stays llked She can k1b1tz ln a manner entlrely lnconquexable to anyone else and she adores a movle whereat a few happy tears may be shed Shes gomg to b clther a sec etarv or half owner of an auto laundry Heres success to you Br1dget' DONALD PALMER 'Dome Clarks Summlt lvusncal Comedy 2 H1 Y 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 Who IS alwavs late for class? Who always knows h1s Democracy? Who takes the sltuatxon as lt comes regard less of c1rcumstances9 The onlv answer to these questlons lS Donald Take l1fe easy lS h1s motto and who doesnt agree w1th h1m'P Donald IS actlve 1n the Boy Scouts and act1v1t1es other than those connected w1th school Hes a gcod student but somehow he turns h1s back on too lnten QIVS study Donald IS plannlng on bemg a b1g help to Uncle Sam 1n the future Go to 1t Donald' DOROTHY SHAW Do Clarks Summlt Glrl Reserves 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 Operetta 1 Sec retary Treasurer etc 4 R d ha1r cute sm1le and sex appeal thats Shaw Gen ercs1ty 15 her watch word and more med cal students her motto She would walk a mlle fol a b1t of fun any merry maklng but wouldnt we all'P She lS consc1ent1ous and a true frlend She would also be fond of traveling 1f she had a car we th1nk Ph1l1v would be the dest1nat1on Red says that she lS undeclded as to her future but we feel sure that she w1ll be a succ ss m any field wh1ch she may choose for w1th those flammg tresses and her personahty anythnw IS possxble Kenny Chmch lla H1 Y 1 2 Washmgton Pageant 3 Glee Club 4 Chffs 4 Treasurer 3 4 V1ce Presndent 2 Class Presldent 1 Football 4 Baseball 2 Muslcal Comedy 4 Kenny IS a regular paradox of emo lon He can be s nous buslness llke humorous or dowm-1ght k1tten1sh' H1s moods are as steady and dependable as a day 1n Apr1l He IS a memb r of that celebrated gang b tter known as the Three Musket ers of the Sen1or Class Wherever Kenny lS nolse IS also H1s fa1or1te pastlme IS trymg to make good w1th a c r am Semor and from all clues and evxdence not bad Kenny We dont know what he has planned for the future mayb at least we th1nk he should b a flrst class g1gal0 LOUISE MASCHAL Susan Clarks Sunmut President of etc 4 Glee Club I 2 4 Art Lluh 2 Girl Reserxes l 2 Student Councll 2, Hockev 4 Class Preszdent 3 Class Basketball 1 2 Class Hxstorlan 2 Washm lon Pageant 3 Musical Comedv 1 2 3 4 Cllnk' Clank' Clank' SWIS'-I 'wheteeeu 1 The m1n1a tu e W1llI'lWll'ld Wh1Ch just passed was none other than our Susan gomg nowhere fast as usual Comb1ne Vll1aClty perscnallty and Oflglllalltfy and you have Susan and a smlle as broad as ltS owner IS long wh ch IS say1ngalot for the smlle bu not much for the ow r who IS all of four fee' n1ne 1nches' Studles are among Susans lesser worrles but she has malntalhed a credxtable scholast1c standmg W1thcut Susan etc meetmgs just would not be She dehghts everyone bv combmmg downmght serlousness Wlth uprlght Jolllty and we love her all the more for lt 5 rr - - ---S' ' -' - - Z :,1,.'iAT 'ZLL l 9' T gif- : ' U 4 n , I -'-5 ' -' '- ' - N ' ' ' V 'lf 1 ,.'+, , 1-. 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' 3 ' gifs ' . , , . 1 4 I 1 , aw' C A H y . - - A ff . We A " " X 5 If FLORENCE LEANING 'F 0 C'arks Summit ETC 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Girl Reserves 1 2 Musi cal Comedy 1 4 Sun Reporter Hockey 4 Cheer Leader 3 4 Masques 2 Cliff Staff 4 Class Basketball 1 What would school b without Flo 'P Frankly we can not imagine' She is certainly a lite wire Always a Jitter about something Even thcugh Florence takes her studies lightly she ranks among the highest in scholastic standing She is conscientious arid thorough in her work But every cnce in a while she kicks over the traces and then the fun begins' Flo is a very active member of that selec tive scciety in the Senior Class- Now when I had my op ration' Flo is going to b a. modern businex woman She is planning to reform the business World We wish hei oceans of success! PHILIP WROE Phil Clarks Summit Basketball 1 Much learning doth make thee mad This may be aid of Phil but we shall always remember that red letter day when he received an A in Chemistry A1 though he towers above most of us he is far from high ha Wise witty and willing describes Phil excellently Waverly holds some magnetism for Phil but its diflicult to keep up with him because he believes in the motto Variety is the sp ce of life Tennis is Phlls hobby and we think he ought to take up professional tennis playing in the future DORIS JENKINS Doris Clarks Green Glee Club 1 2 Girl Reserves 1 2 Pageant 3 Oper etta 4 Doris is a good sport and an excellent student but Virgil seems to b her do In Its an awful thing to figure out anyway She is rather carefree but arent we all'J At iirst sight cne would think Doris to be a quiet little girl deeply interested in her work Later when We hear her giggle we are entirely d1s1llus1oned and find that fun is hor byword Doris seems to stand aloof from the boys of the class Perhaps she has an interest elsewhere Can we condemn her for that? WILLIAM MOONEY Bl Clarks Summit Glee Club 1 Hi Y 1 Washington Pageant 3 Me minus you equals nothing at all -thus saith Bill to Jack and Jack to Bill. And so say all of us. Bill is an agreeable chap with a heart of gold. He is always ready to lend a helping hand-and by the way just what would a certain flaming youth in the Senior class do without the Mooneys? We cant exactly say that Bill is athletically in- clined but his favorite sport seems to be tackling difficult tasks and you can be pretty sure that he will throw them for a loss. Bill is ambitious hardworking and able to take it and grin. If our good wishes mean anything he is bound to succeed. HELEN MOORE 'POUY Clark s Green Girl Reserves 1 2' Gleen Club 1 2 3' E.T.C. 4. Polly is the Senior lass with the curly blonde hair and a hoop-boop-e-doop that has no rival. Why dont you ask her to do it for you scmetlme? Life is just a bed of roses for Polly even thcugh the Les Miserables is undone. Why can't we all be light-hearted as she? Although she's so care-free and possesses such a sunny disposition she has her serious moment. She has hands especially built for hgliiing and never hesitates to loan them. Here's to you o y.' Here's mud in your eye, Susan Blah! You little devil Susan Down the hatch! 6 I A -rl I . km QL I if 'Q ll --mba-' ' If X X' 'L L9 1 7 ffm J 'g, X I i-6. A I 41 I H A 1 . - - -, 7 , 1 , 1 3 1 , 1 - , , I I , 3 l , 5 y Z , 3 y ' Q - .. H - . . . j. .V - . It -.. ,, ' ' Al ' H ' 1 . I. ' . . M , . ,, .. .. . - Q . U 'H ' Hi-Y, 1, 2: Glee Club, 1, 2: Pageant, 35 Tennis, 3, 47 ii , D ' H ' ,, - .. ,, . . - . ,g. Q tv! H ' I .' ' H , ' ' ' ' ' . ' V . . . ' . , , if ' - , 4 ' 'Y ' ' ' 1 i ll ' 'l 9 , , 2 ' , , : , : - , . . A. . , e s- . ' ' ' ' ' '. as n A .. U - Al 'lln A - 1 : ' 1 Z q - IA , . . , , s an , , , . . . , , , .. ., . . Th 1-N tv? X I Ifufi 1 U4 " 3 R. ,M LAVINA ARMSTROVG Vma Clarks Summit Girl Reserves 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 Art Club 2 Musl cal Comedv 1 2 4 Yes the little ma1d with the m1dn1ght blue hair and the coal black ey s IS Vina always Jolly and always good natuied A lc of Vians time IS taken up with her studi s and she can usually be seen d1gg1ng facts cut of a book as through her life depended on lt Vina is rather seriou mind d and when she begins a task she works at it and carries 1t through to a glorious finish This seriousness and s ady ambition convlnce us that she will cllmb higher and higher in s arch of success She has chos n the li ld cf nursing and we sircerely wish her all the luck 1n the world HOWARD RODHAM Ab e Clark s Green Captain Football Team 4 Football 1 2 3 4 H1 Y 1 2 Glee C ub 1 2 Howard lS the most all round sport 1n the class very athletic bright aid a good companion Who would know about the last b tter than Peg? As for athlet cs Howard ably captfuned the gr1d1ron men through a successful sea son and the team is going to miss him as guard next year He IS one of the select few to have been chosen as a m mber of the honor SCCICLY Doent this cover very fie1d'J Who could wish more'P We wond r 1f Howard lS plann1n to follow in his fathers footsteps as a florist FRANCES MacDONALD Fran Clarks Summit ETC 4 Girl Reserves 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 Oper etta 1 4 Track 4 Class Basketball 1 Vice President of the Class 4 Student Council 1 Just an All American girl Smart slender and soph1st1cated thats Fran who al ways lcoks as though she stepped out of a fashion box Speaking of stepping Frances shakes a wicked foot A1 though she IS inclined to be qulet h 1 talents have been brought to light ln the Musical Comedies Did you ever see such clever rl'mc1ng'P Neither d1d We She spends one half her allowance on stationery and stamps with Car bondale and Penn State do1ng then' little bit for shes one of the females the mails cant forget Fran IS popular and we all enjoy her company ALBERT RORAPAUGH Speed Clarks Summit President of class 4 H1 Y 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 Pageant 3' Musical Comedy 4' Tennis 3. Whcm have we here? None other than Speed. the greatest Double-Checker of the centLu'y. As is the famous 'Larry of Musical Comedy fame. Need we ask if you rememb r how he carried away the honors as a comedian? Of cours not. As well as his sense of humor his red hair do s not let us forget his presenc-. Since he has been the President of the S-nio1' Class he has brought forth many of his good qualities-chiefly his talent as an orator. Alb-rt plan' to b a successor to 'Ben Bernie 1?1. Good luck, "Speed! ' MARGARET GRIFFEN NPGS' Justus Glee Club. 1, 2: Girl Reserves, 1, 2: Art Club, 2. To Peg. we present an orchid. She lives out in the wilds of Justus and every day must sprint over two miles to Ischcol. We should be not at all surprised to see her riding in cn the family cow some morning. To all out- ward appearance, Peg is one of those quiet, reserved girls who takes her studies seriously. However in spite of pressing sccial functions she always manages to get her studies done.. Peg faces life in a happy mood and signif1es her happiness by Singterling, But we can't say as we blame her, for a song in the heart is worth two in the hymn-book. 7 if 5.5262 iam" 135'-is -7 1-'-1'-l : K ' - tai--ii 1 -"T ' X -,,.. -2. , . I te . -:f- -... . X 4 xl ---- -'-' - - lL . ' -- - -- 1 .- r - 4 J all X .- ' -- 'H' ' 1- 1 4-Q-V 1- f -f 1 7- .Y A-.1 . ,Q If ' A 1 .4 ,. . . 'K 31 41 . , 1 1 1 1 1 . 2 - at ., 5 . 1 1 1 - ' QM - 11 4? 0 . .1 - .. , . 1 w A 1. M 11 y - I 5 . t e FF . . 5 . . K, . ., . . , 1, . -,- MB e , 1 f . . 1 . . . . M 4,2 'S e . e e - life, u g 11 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 . , . , , . c . . , 4 7 ' ' ..N.. ,, ,, s . 1 L. Y l e . 1 e . D . X . . . . c . . U . . , . C . ' ll Y! ' ' ' -1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 A- .. . - - 1 . 1, - - 11 1 - . rl ' 11 . , 1 ' . . . . at . , c ... , . . ' - - - 1 .1 1, . 1 - 1 . , , . 5 . I 7 I 9 .. e , e L 1 3 1 D . Q J S 4 0 Y 0 , l 652' If t -1' Wt? -f--1 Z ,, VIOLA GLASSONT Clarks Green Girl Reserves 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 4 Track, 1 2 Hockey 4 Class Basketball 1 2 Musical Comedy 1 Happy go lucky hail fellow well met and Devil may care is V1 a nifty friend and a pal in time of need Vi is qute an athlete-one of the main props on the Senior Girls Hockey Team and a whizz at Basketball She is an all round gcod sport She can w1n and grin and lose and grin School and its womesome trouble certainly does not cause V1 to lose a lot of sleep According to reports she has a perfect set of skinless teeth When ever you feel you need someone to help you to dispel dull care yell for V LUTHER HOFMEISTER ' Hoffy Clarks Summit H1 Y 1 2 Washington Pageant 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Football 4 Big blonde and Dutch a mama for upsetting Democracy class and a fondness for Scranton lassies Thats saying a lot of one person but it all belongs to Home Luther travels up h1ll and down dale breaking speed laws and dodging traffic cops He has a weakness for Central High School or is it the school? Well anyway Home IS looking forward to big things in life Hes planning on making the world safe for bigger and better business men More power to you Hofiie' RUTH JONES 'Ruthie Clarks Summit Girl Reserves 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 Operetta 1 3 Pageant 3 Hockey 4 etc 4 A leopard cannot change his spots In fact they re his for get me nots And did you ever see those cute little freckles? Ruth is rather a demure little girl but is always on hand when theres mischief about Physically Ruthie is the youngest in the class but in her case youth means intelligence Although Ruth has not been a participant in athletics she has b en an ardent sport enthusiast It seems that she loves dancing for shes never idle at any of the big affairs JOHN A MOONEY Jack Clarks Summit Operetta 4 Pageant 3 Hi Y 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 Jack or Bill' or Bill or Jack-which is it? Thats the question on most of our minds. Jack has belonged to the ambitious few during his High School days. Perhaps some day hell be manager of a Grand Union' or Pro of some Country Club. Jack has taken to dancing the last year or so and he appears very often at dances with a certain If-reshman. The twinkle in his blue eyes shows that he has some of that subtle Irish wit. Lets hear some Jack- dont b shy. VERA WILLIAMS Vera Clarks Summit E.T.C. 4' Glee Club 1 2 3 4' Girl Reserves 2' Athletic Council' Basketball l' Pageant 3' Musical Comedy 3 Shes merry shes jolly We like her by golly! Ever-dependable. happy-go-lucky and funny-thats Vera. What would e.t.c. meetings be without her? We cannot imagine. Loyalty is not sufficient to describe Veras attitude toward the Alma Mater. Always present at foot- ball gam-s dances and a record for eleven years perfect attendance should convince anyone. Studies are not her biggest worry as -they seem to be easy for her. Vera seems to have a big secret and we wish we knew it, but more power to her if she keeps it to herself! 8 I- . . 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Q . x 'Ht' A Ls., W Mig, ETHEL COLVIN Ethel Clarks Green Glrl Reserves 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Art Club 2 Muslcal Comedy 1 3 4 Hockey 4 Class Hnstonan 3 4 Ethel IS the type of person who always reaches class Wlth her lessons perf ctly prepared We thlnk she must sp nd a lot of t1me study1ng for t1s Sald only pract1ce makes perfect However she finds plenty of t1me to spend on outsxde Interests fox she 1S a loyal support at all class affa1rs and football games Ethels trade mark 15 a pecul1ar l1ttle glggle whlch 15 llable to present ltself on the sllghtest provacat1on We hope that Ethels path 1n l1fe will be smooth and carefree but somehow or other we are 1ncl1ned to th1nk she would prefer one a b1t Stoney p rhaps THOMAS MARSH "Tommy Chmchnlla Y 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 4 Chtfs 4 Football Track 1 Art Club 2 Who are those three fellows? Thev rc Tommy Hofl'y and Kenny Tommy IS the one w1th the curly hm' vnhlch IS envled by almost every glrl Hxs weakness 1u11s to women espec1ally Buttercups He IS one of the class art sts Alent we all fam111ar w1th h1s drawmgs of As You Des1re Just 1nterested ln flymg He lS also clever 1n ar1y thmg he has urdertaken 1n shop 'Ihls lad has so many talents we are certam that he would succeed 1n any career of h1S cho1ce Good luck Tom MARY WIDDOWFIELD Mary Clarks Green EIC 4 Glrl Reserves 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 Oper etta 1 4 Hockey 4 Basketball 2 Washmgton Pageant, 3 Secretary of Glee Club 2 Mary Co ed has eyes of blue for Keystone Her mterest 1165 at Central and Manllus too So smg we all of us We Wonder why Mary gets so many B1lls Can It be that she 18 extravagant wlth her aifec t1ons9 Mary IS the k1nd of gmrl who would make a very modern w1fe she can cook ifudgel she can sew and she plays a good hand of br1dge As well as be1ng a lady ot soclety Mary finds tlme to play basketball and hockey tor her Alma. Mater DONALD GOLEY Don Clarks Summlt Glee Club 1 2 H1 Y 1 2 Secretary 1 Basketball 1 Student Councll 1 Pageant 3 Baseball 3 Edltor m Ch1ef of CllffS 4 For he belongs to the fashlonable world Don IS the curly headed blond whom we can easlly call the class Beau Brummel Although he seems to be a Man 01 Mystery he has come out of h1s shell the last two years and has proved to be a real sport Women are the least of Dons WOITIGS and we all wonder how he spends h1s spare t1me There must be some attract1on somewhere One can never tell about these strong s1lent men Don lS lnterested 1n Medlclne whxch seems to be a good ChO1C6 for he has plenty of ab1l1ty JEAN COONS Jean' Clarks Summlt ETC 4 Class Presldent 1 2 Class Secretary 2 Gle Club 1 2 3 4 Glrl Reserves 1 2 Pa eant 3 Musical Comedy 3 4 There are smlles that make us happy Such IS a sm11e from Jean who has an even d1spos1t1on pleasant every moment Jean IS the tall blonde mth eyes of blue Whlch always posses a merry twlnkle How can one person hold so many line pomts-a good student a talented muslclan and popular How well she has filled every oilic to Wh1Ch she has b en electe Glgglmg seems to he Jeans asset We wonder 1f she IS gomg to Jom the army b cause she has such an 1nterest 1n tm hats 9 T 1' , Q Xl if - H-' rr'-,' ' 2 li 1 X -' - V- -- ,ff f ' 'V x:,E!-- J' ,,.- 51 I ll Y! 7 ' , 1 I , . . , 5 , 1 v y , 1 . 9 y , - . 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D . - -, 5 ' , , : , : . 2 , , 1 , 5 1 , S L' , I I I ' .. - Y, , , . ,, - , .. - - H - - . , - - .. . - ,, X ll W "J f FLORENCE COOK 'Florence Clarks Green Girl Reserves 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 I want to live by the side of the road and be a friend to man Florence is quiet shy and very reserved but beneath that calm exterior hes a heart of gold and a true friend If you ever want help go to Florence for you will find it there Like all truly shy people Florence can be as Jolly and merry as she is shy and she can laugh at a good Joke How about the time she sailed behind the scenes at the Grill to have her picture taken'P CLYDE SMITH "Smythe Clarks Summit Glee Club, 1 2 4 I-I1 Y 1 Art Club 3 Washington Pageant 3 The selfsame thing they will abhor-one way and long another for Gaze long upon this countenance for Smythe is the one and only woman hater in the Senior Class UP 'F 'VJ Clyde occupies a large portion of space in our esteemed High School hes among the loftier members of said organizations Clyde knows that slow but sure wins the race and never a care does he have When grow under the wheels and tis said he could drive from here to Montrose with his eyes shut He is of 'the artistic nature to say nothing of his mechanical ability Just what would the English Class be without Smythe? MARY McHALE Mary Clarks Summit Glce Club 1 2 3 Girl Resreves 1 2 Washington Pageant 3 Musical Comedy 4 If you are looking for a good natured companion in misery page Mary' Nothing troubles her She masters her school work with no apparent effort Did you notice the far away look in her eyes? It is easily accounted for and closely connected with her proiiclency in French Youve guessed lt' Hes a Frenchman Mary can parley vous like nobodys business' And that is not all She is an accomplished pianist and a very good student How ever mathematics seems to b one of these barriers we hear about but we know Mary isnt going to let mere mathe matics stand between her and the future SELMER SAMPSON 'Sammy Clarks Summit Glee Club 2 3 4 H1 Y 1 Football 3 4 Washington Pageant 3. Sammy is Miss Braces chief worry. But once he gets started with a bit of paint etcetera he surely gets results. He knows his saws and hammers too and he handles the bunsen burn r H2504 and photographic impliments with skill, He has many resources from which he could choose his life s work and we feel assured that no matter what he undertakes he will be successful. He is conscientious serious and practical. He has a yen for Central High School! we re beginning to think. JANE FALCK Janie Clarks Summit Girl Reserves 1' Glee Club 1 2 3 4' Washington Pageant 3' E.T.C. 4' Cliffs 4' Operetta 1 3' Class Basket- ba 1 2. Boom! Clash! Tweet tweet! Clank! Clank! Why sure dont you know? Thats Jane practicing her music lesson. My but she tickles a mean ivory. First thing you know Mr. Paderewski will iind himself selling apples on some street corner. What would Miss Tapper and her minstrel show do without her? Jane is an apparently quiet and reserved girl but when you become acquainted all these illusions fade like the morning mist. You may depend upon Jane to upset a perfectly serene study hall. Because she is determined, independent and possesses a keen sense of humor, we are positive she will succeed. 10 ' vt' 0 A 'N xl 'F 5? -15 f. 6.-- 4 . J Y r E., 4 II , S ' I, . 1 . , - - ,, . . . H , , , . , . W ' ' U ' YY I! ' r 9 I .' 1 I 1 Z I , . n sv - I W ' ' . .... . 1 Y I I , ,, . - - ,. , . Smythe has the Ford under control-well, the grass doesn't . , - , . . . 66 H ' , , , : ' , , : ' , : . y . . . . ' .I 6 N - . . M - V7 ' X ' I ' ,, . ' , . Y ' . . i D A Q . , . . , . - , K II ' , , . : '- . : , , : ' , I l Q 5- 1 9 , , . if I! I I I I I I I 7 I ! I I I I I l ll, . . , Y I . , me M AFV' W ll X A mus ,Y W "1.,..z" up GLADYS HOCHLANDER Sandy Clarks Summlt Glee Club 1 2 3 Glrl Reserve l 2 Muslcal Comedy 1 Washlngton Pageant 3 Sandy appears to us 1n many gu1ses We have wept over her poor old mcthers des rted bv their ch1ldren and howled w1th Tommy at the ball game She certalnly takes her elccutlon rlously Sandy IS a poet of worthy nct ce and when you see her wxth a blank expresslon on her face and a mlles away look 1n her eyes she IS walt mg for a msplratlon Accordlng to reports Sandy has a er1cus heart mterest ln Nlcholson T1s Sald Orv can make It from N1chols0n to Clarks Summlt 1n nothlng flat wlth h1s eyes closed! GERALD HARRIS Jerry Clarks Summlt Glee Club 1 2 H1 Y 1 2 Pageant 3 Not less than tive m1nutes aft r the bell r1ngs Jerry app ars He seems to have a record for bexng late W hope well soon see the dav when Gerald lS fifteen m1nutes early Although he IS rather small he IS one of the class cu ups Orce 1n a wmle Ge ald s ftles down to work and he seems to take h1S Chemlstry s llously Never mlnd Jerry we all love cur fun' Harrs and Ccrnell m to be work and no play makes Jerry a dull boy and he gets h1S share of play ANNA CLARK Anme Clarks Summxt Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Glrl Reserves 1 2 Prom Commlt tee 3 Washmgton Pageant 3 Muslcal Comedy 1 4 Exc1tement and Ann1e go hand m hand She ls a typ cal fluster budget But for all that she IS stud1ous consc'ent1cus comp tent and gocd natured You can always count on Anna to fvgure a way out of puzzlmg s1tuat1o'1s Anna IS one of those lucky young lad1es who plc s her cvsn gas charxot and we h ar sh 15 an expert charloteer Evlde tly Anna has found that the way to a mans heart 1S through hls stomach for she IS planmng to take up Home Econom1cs as her hfe work BILL WARNE B1 Clarks Summlt H1 Y 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 Football 4 Track 3 Student Councll 1 Who was lt sald Lets have merry to the slaves'-' any tale these words are mus c to Buls ears We have an 1dea he may b som sort cf a sleuth 1n later years from the way 1'1 whlch he devours the contents of Detect1ve Story Magaz nes H1s stud es are mmor matters but he gets there Just the same B111 IS a pal to those who know hlm He app ars to be r ther qulet and unassumlng but beneath there hes a deal of extraordmary w1t B111 IS ln clmed to be a bxt g'rl shy but then we may not kncov h1m as well as we m1ght ROBERTA PALMER Palmer Clarks Summlt Gle C ub 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 Hockey 4 Gxrl Reserve l 2 Musxcal Comedy 3 4 Art Club 2 Rcb rta 15 on of the largest femmes 1n our class Not only ln stature but ln personal ty l1kew1se Shes generous w1l11rU to help these less fortunate and always on hand when there IS any work to be done Shes of a studlous nature and fi ds much tlme for readmg She has ach1 ved much ln the Held of athletlcs and llkes to fuss w1th artlsts tools Her s rene and calm attltude her determmatlon to go forward her abxhty to work present the 1llus1on that she will b a success 1n her chosen occupatlon 11 - - .- Q ' Tl-.-1 - -f-- - 9 ' - rr.- .1-L. , . I A l ' 1 T ,--- jf-' 1 4 NQ I q 5 xx ' - "- '- f- -' "ffl ' ' f :x-4,,.- ,P .- 51 u vv ' , . . : ' , . : ' . : , . an H ' ' nl D ' ' 'Y . N V , ' se ' . . Q . . - , - ' n ' - ' 1' . ' , IC 'S ' - , , : '- , , : - , - - Q - .. ,. V . 2 . ' . e , . . " V- .' . - 'S . ee., . . . D.. . e . , , . . ' i see incorporated with cutside interests. His motto is: "All N 1. - ., . . . . . : ' , , : ' - , S ' 1. Z S 1 , - , G A5 Y! I' ' - - . , . . , L ., - , 2 Y . i at X. ' ' " - ' ' e e' . ' ' ll 'llii ' '- , , : , , : . : , : , , . - - , I., At - 1 - , , ' , e e , - ' i ' i ' . . 1 , ' . e a ' ' , ' Y 7 Y . ll I! ' 0 y . . . ' V - ! I I Q I Y ! 9 ! , 1 5 1 , I , - e ' 2 ' . ,D ,. N' YT ' ' . 'e Q I ' ' ' . e , 3 . D . . e . atv, l o W 3 HIP 7 f f j , X I 1' 4g 1111 MARJORIE BEAN Marj Chlnchllla Prom COIIl1l1lttB9 3 Glee Club, 1 2 3 Natlonal Honor Soclety George Washlngton Pageant 3 Masque Play 2 Muslcal 4 Marj halls from the fall' hamlet of Chln town but sometlme when you are ln the blg clty and passlng the Roxy or the Metropolltan Opera House Just look around a blt and you mlght see Marjorle breezlng ln She IS kept qulte busy But not wlth the trlals and trlbulatlons of school says we Marj lS an exc ll nt student however and we all envy her lm that respect She was elected lnto the Natlonal Honor Soclety and thats somethlng' If you want to know anythlng Just see Marj for detalls Heres success to you Marg' DOROTHY STEIER Dot Clarks Summlt Glee Club 1 ? Glrl Resreves 1 2 Art Club 2, Muslcal Comedy 1 3 4 You ask Who lS that tall Wll10Wy young lady9 Why thats 0'Ll1' Dorothy ln pelson Cheerful studlous and at tlm s qulte frlvolous Dot has many outslde IHCCTESDS a chlef one belng a certaln mllltary academy' Huh' What a unlform can do! Whenever you see Dot you are pretty sure to see Vlna near for they are lnseparable Dorothy has declded to study lnsurance and banklng We hope that you wlll have great success Dot and you have all our best WILLIAM WALTERS Bl Clarks Summlt Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Muslcal Comedy 3 4 H1 Y 1 Pageant 3 Tennls 3 Honor Soclety 3 A sophlstlcal rehetor clan lnebrlated With the exuber ance of hls own verboslty S0 say we of B111 who lS the local Danlel Webster How can We ever forget hls dramatlc oratlons' Blll 1S very' studlous Chemlstry belng h1s weak ness He has spent many extra hours ln the Chem Lao Although rather short he 1S stocky and swarthy and we are always aware cf hls presence B111 has a heavy cor respondence whlch has us all guesslng Who may the lucky person be? B111 lS a promlnent local actor also and has helped make Muslcal Comedles successful MARION MILLER Marlon Clarks Summlt Glrl R serves 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Muslcal Comedy I 4 Class Basketball 1 Qulet shy and reserved Marlon llves apparently ln a world of her own But all qulet people have then' adverse moments and MQFIOH IS ro exceptlon She enjoys danc lng and whenever they strlke up the band Marlon can tr p the llght fantast c wlth the best of them Have you often wondered at Marlons wlde knowledge of flowers? Tla small wonder for Barney IS a 501155 Marlon IS an lvory tckler cf no mean ab llty and It IS sald she plans to ccntlnue wlth lt after school 12 ' 3 xv' b ' I X , lL . Q f. , F, ..- N I , I ly. tl 1 S. I . H. - Q.- ,p 1. GK 'U ' ' , 3 , , J Z y 2 , I , . . . . ,E . - ,, , , ,... . ,, .. - D Q , , ., . , D - e 1, , . - - . , - , . , , , ll H ' , , -I - . , Z e . S A ' . , , - .. - ' ,, l. 1 ' 9 ' 1 . y . 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' , . - 1 , . . . , 1 ill 1 1Ui0iuLZlr4iDni1i11050213 51,511 2014 M0111 ll Tak :UQ 1 I '4 1 X' lk I-9 'md IAWICL MILLER Jan Clarks Summit Glrl Reserves 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 Muslcal Comedy .5 Pageant 3 Love IS greater stlll than fame Janlce 15 a rather quiet glrl but she enters every act1v1ty wrth great en thuslasm We have notlced that she loves dancxng because she has come to almost every one of the class dances dur mg her four years m Hxgh School We know that she has some mterest other than school or Why should she have that merry tw1nkle 1n her eye on Monday morn1ng'P Al though she does not mlngle With the members of the class very often we all hke to have her around at any mme ALFRED CORNELL Clarks Summit Pageant 3 Basketball 1 2 Salhng S1a,1lI1g over the bcundmg mam Al lnforms us that the Navy holds a greart attract1on for h1m and that he plans to crulse around next year How can we get along wxthout h1S m1ghty helght and that cackle Whlch IS so fam1l1ar" When hes ln a crowd no one overlooks Alfred How could they? Hes SIX feet three He makes a good basketball player s1nce he only often wonder why Alfred 15 so often seen Waltlng for a r1de to Scranton Let us 1n on t' MATILDA McHALE Tlllle Clarks Summlt Glrl Reserves 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Hockey 4 Art Club 2 Class Basketball 1 2 Mus cal Comedy 1 3 4 When Irlsh eyes are sm1l1ng Mat1lda 1S a model student-steady amb1t1ous and de pendable She IS 1ncl1ned to be qulet except when the Glrls get together and talk fashlons Then T1ll1e shlnes We have often wondered about the frequent trlps to Provl dence but the only answer we get IS Pa1nt1ng lessons Bult we cant flgure out how pa1nt1ng lessons can drlve a car and dance' T1ll1es strongest weakness lS art and th1s she pursues 1n a scholarly way She dabbes to her hearts content However she cant make up her mxnd as to whether lt w1ll be art or home econommcs It w1ll take an IPOD stomach to d1gest a p1cture HAROLD DOUD Harold' Clarks Green I-I1 Y 1 2 Class Treasurer 1 Glee Club 1 Tenms 3 4 Clllfs Staff 4 Meth1nks Harold must possess the modern verslon of the seven league boots HIS long legs carry hun over mud puddles w1th absolutely no effort Harold IS the strong sllent type whos motto seems to be Sllence IS Golden But even though he 1s seldom heard h1s presence IS always felt He 1S a good hard work1ng student who has never y t been caught nappmg We have heard that Harold swlngs a mean tennis racket He IS IH fact qulte a master of the game Harold never seems to be bothered w1t.h g1rl trouble whxch seems queer to us Harold IS a pal and that means a lot to us "' vt. ffm? 13 fy i--1--T: it - .---- -1 - :-'Z-1 ' Q xi ! 1 LE ru " --h 7-' . ,, Q lg ' g A Ml he - - 1 as A ff- -.v .L mi- 1' t, 312 Kd-,M A f U I . 4 N , q tl , .. .. - E, f I I I 7 I l I V 1 - '- u ' ' H ' ' Y - , . HAI!! I 1 I 1 1 - H . . . . . . ,, . , , . . ' V V AL ' H A 11 11 A - ' ' 1 - H H I 1 ' , has to reach over the basket and "sink the ball." We . . ll ' ' U ' ' , , z , ,. , , : . : 1 3 1 1 Z 2 1 1 1 - .. - . . ,, 1 1 - , . 1 ' . U ' ' yv ' v L 1 ' ' . '. . H . ll l n .' 1 1 1 9 5 r Z . 1 9 1 ' Q . ' ' . I ' D . 11 ' ' vv , , c . . . ' , l .1 e ' . . , . . . bltlitli lil iii li 201010 ii0i4lillI1i4l10i0 P1110 Pillihii il1llTliIi0il' . 11- I ll x W'-1' me f-f-f' ' BRUCE STOVE 'Bruce Clarks Green Prom Committee 3 Pageant 3 H1 Y 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 4 Musical Comedy 4 Bruce is one of the few real lovers of the class We never see him in the company of anyone but a certain Senior He has been very active in the preparation of all class affairs and has reaped his reward in return by enjoy mg them Bluce is one of the best boy students and is always willing to lend a helping hand to some struggling classmate His car has come in very handy especially at football games But its his pleasant manner not his auto mobile that makes everyone like Bruce MARGARET WILLIAMS Peg Clarks Summit Art Club 2 4 ETC 4 Glee Club 1 2 Girl Reserves 1 2 Musical Comedy 2 Quiet reserved and a true friend She appears to be shy ard exc edinvly serious but she prcduc s much mirth fond of flowers In fact she thinks he is a daisy' Peg is a studious student and she deserves to be rewarded in all her undertakings and we feel sure that she will Peg is going to give some hospital a break in the near future Don t interpret this in the wrong manner for we are insinu ating that she IS going to be a nurse The lucky patients' MARJORIE GUNTHER Margie Chinchilla Gu-l Reserves 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 Mamie is another ardent student who must run for the bus in the early a m VVhy'P Shes from Chinchilla Patien e Generoslty Kindness Sincerlty Trust worthiness take a generous portion of each plus originality and humor and you have Marjies personality If you crave a true friend get acquainted with Mafjle No one takes her work more seriously' no one is more willing to help those who ask it. Just wait until she dons her white uniform in ssme prominent hospital more than one will develop a case cf app ndicitis whe.her necessity knocks or not. CHARLES PEARCE Charlie Clarks Summit Glee Club 1 2' Hi-Y 1 2' Pageant 3 Charles Beany" Pearce is one of the few class peren- nials having sp nt twelve years of gaining education be- tween the walls of C. S. H, S. Charlie is bashful kind of a chap and seems to take a back-seat. He likes his Chemistry and his favorit stand is lounging around the lab with a pencil behind his ear. To use his own words we may say Life would be worth living without French but he can take it. Beany is a generous fellow always taking a crowd to a football game or helping the girls with their Chemistly Experiments. 10:4 is 14 .,,.,.. - . ,,..-.grr ' ' I K' .F ' 2 ' ' 'ff 'cl' 1 ,1l":n s I -1 f A I M I I . v 3 n 5 " v s vi s 9 1 : , - . , . N . - - , u n ' - n , , : - - -. : , , : ' , , 5 , - . Q v ' ' , . 2 ' ,, ' 2 ' and humor where the occasion presents itself. She is very , . . . , . . ' ,, .. ., . . ' y y 3 f , , - .i -- H - . C V . Y . , . .K . - . .. , . , . . ., J Q . ., .. ., , . . , , , , . .. , . 9 ' 2. e .1 . . , X . I ihlnioitlll 1 Pit ilrilrioit lilihii il 1 I 1014 14 M I Eg' :IW SENIOR CLASS PROPI-IECY 1933 The time is June 8 1943 the place is telcxislon station C S H S located in the new addition to our High School The prophet ls gazing it the t6i6,XlSlOll slide By the manipulation of xarlous knobs which arrange letter combinations she is able to discern members of the class ot 32 as they follow their xocations ax ocations and pet dlX6!'Sl0I1S ten years after graduation A deck of the battle ship the U S S Abington flashes on the screen A tall officer Alfred Cornell is pacing up ard down shouting orders to sexeral sailors On of these is Donald Palmer Overhead an airplane app ars and the pilot signals that he 1S landing on the upper deck The plane lands gracefullv and Tommy 'Vlarsh a well known naxv pilot alights By twisting the dials of the television slide a new scene appears It IS the operating room of a hospital and Dr Donald Goley the noted surgeon IS preparing to perform an operation Qprobably remoxing some one s pocketbookl The nurses Marjorie Gunther Dorothy Steler and Laxina Armstrong are standing readv to assist The patient 1s wheeled in by Roberta Palmer Again the cenc changes and the picture of a delightful tea room appears Ihe piopiletress Matilda lVIcHale 18 gixing hnal lHStlL1CtlOIls to the bexv ot gaily dressed waitresses Among these I recogmve Peg Griffen Viola Glasson Doris Jenkins and Anna Clark As the first guests arrlxe thex are ushered in by two well trained butlers the Nloonev twins in full dress suits. As the gue..ts are seated I see Mr. and VIrs. Orxille Kocher Mrs. Kocher being the former Cladys Hochlander, Also Bruce Stone Ethel Colvin and 'Nlarion Miller have reserved tables. A court-room scene flashes on the screen. A trial is in progress with Marjorie Bean as lawyer for the defendant and Florence Leaning for the plaintiif. Bill Walters dignified and impressive occupies the judges bench. T vo reporters Jean Coons and Helen Nloore from rival news- papers The New York Time-2 and Herald-Tribune are seated at a table writing industriously. The court clerk A15 ce King is busy taking notes. 15 1, ,,1, - - -,.i,.I-,Q-A - 3 xv,-, - ,--?, - L-it , 1 A I A--3 ' ' "' fn- 1 "mfs lt v"a --V I ' I X "-I a ' ,-:IL9 ' ' 'Mud 1, I I- " fl-I -lfu e 4-.CI I Ii If . . u . X V. v. H I I , , I I I , . . . ., 1 I v . . . . ' . k Q '..v. ,H l ' V I ' -1 714 ' nw Ai, Y I 1 ' ' f- v 's ' I s ss II, I I I I II - N ' L v . . v . N I v . N I . v V. H 1 1 , I .I , I 'I , C I K. 1 I , . . . I I I I I . . 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I I I I . v. . 3 I . , K, A 5 v ,Sy .K s l Q, S , A v s , 1 , , I I s s I I v v v Iv , A , H r n t In 1: I 1 , I5 I v ,- v v -1,0Q4IQQQPQlPQiQQIQPQPQQQQQPQ-QQIQQPQPQQHQ lee 'i Senior Class Prophecy 1933 Presto' change a radio station This is Station KFY conducted by Kenny Pembridge and stairing Albert Rorapaugh who has taken Ben Bernie s place as the old maestro Other features of the hour are Jane l'alck well known pianist and Frances McDonald the Broadway dancing star Adyusting the screen the office of the prominent Wall Street Trust Company comes into xiew One door reads M1 Luther Hofmeister President In the outer othce are his four private secretaries working at typewriters and fillng cabinets They ane Mary Wlddowfi mld Ruth Jones Vera William and Marv McHale and Dorothv Shaw wlth Janice Miller as assistant Who should be there gv ttmg a finger wave but Peg Williams The door opens and Bill Wai ne enters carrying a long box marked Howard Rodham florist Upon opening the box P finds a beautitul co1 age made of 01 chlds and ro es fHaxe ten years passedql And w here are the rest of thls big class ot ours? Oh' here is Clyde Smith who has at last realmed his dream He is sitting in the dooiwfu of a log cabin nn the depths of a Montana forest Someone approaches It is Gerald Harris he is dres ed in hunting attire He S1tS down with his old friend Clyde and talks over old times Som thing different appears on the screen. A huge skyscraper is under construction. A sign on the premises informs us that Phil Wroe is the contractor. In an oflice on the grounds are engineers Harold D mud and Charles Pearce. They are at work os er the plans for this gigantic struc- ture. Among othert at work here is an eflicient machini-it Selmer Bampson Thus through the television in this year 1943 we haxe seen all our classmates at work -md play We wish for them as much success in the next ten 3 ears as those just past. 16 ' 1 .' Z ,j,7,'l:,PL.i..i.", L I R' 24.2 - '1' J pak li 1 li 'lf '7-L I A 1-'m.9' , Y wild tg, YV I-in XA l L' ' . y S I y 1 1 1 Y v - . 1 v ' ' 9 ' v 'Y A v .. S . A , . S ' v ' 1' 4 w U 1 W ' , . . . , . , . ,, . . . . , . V K . . A . V E v . , ' ' s W . The scene changes to a Beauty Parlor owned jointly by Louise Maschal U , ' 7 ' . 3."s . 8 . Y . . . .V 4 , - As ' , xv . , , . . v K X, .L ' is - n . s 'L' I ' , v is . A- 3 '- 'S ' 'K kv' ' ' - wc vv , ' , ,1 1 l K Aw . K 0 r A . ' 1 'v .' ' . K . D , A , I Q ' S , x Y ! 7 Y V ' ' x . v C I v v x re 1 I K ..,,..., .... . - -. -. ..-,.. ....-...,-..-... ......,., - ..,-.,- tee AZ?7W THE SENIOR TRACKMEET The l 1 t school hurdles are about to be surpassed The ev ents s0 fan have been strenuous and plentv of competition has been in evidence We have been good sportsmen allowing the teachers to have the upper hand for tw elve v ears but we finally convinced them that we were good enough runners to leave the school in a cloud of dust The summer will give ls a good start and very few of us will lag behind far enough for the teach ers to entertain next fall Some who have carried subJects for douze ans nook to hibernate for the summer Who w ouldn t be tired after a twelve year marathon' To show what we have accomplished let me acquaint you with a few significant facts We have spent 15 260 hours to1l1ng on the cinders But times were so bad they had to pay some thirty people to keep us at it Of course Clvde Smith only spent 10 263 hours and twenty minutes in school as a certain somebody out in the cornfields detailed him He managed to finish with the re t of us however despite the shocking experience We had a great time doing these scholastic hurdles even if we were nearly disqualified for stumbling a number of ftimes Phil Wroe fell on his face in Chemistry class one day His mind was evidently far away thinking of Wal Chow unusuall Well Mr Mahaley was writing the reaction the produce of which was Epsom Salts VIgSo4 7H20 When the Prof had finished he asked if there was a question Coming out of the fog but not in time to see the hurdle Phil piped up I can t get it through m The grades w ere as easy as it is for a Greek to run a restaurant but toward the end it was neces ary to pole vault As Florence Cook and Janice Miller were not in condition to pole vault they have been doing special trai ing to keep in condition by running down to breakfast every morning. During the second semester they were placed in the pie-eating contest where they came out cosalutatorians. Latest reports are that those two pals Don Goley and Harold Doud w ho always ran side by side will not be separated but will conitinu- their activity on the race track at Tushegee Institute. We hope that they don t m-ike any black marks while there. We as Seniors after having partaken of the fruits of victory at this track-meet of 1933 will pass this information on to the other classes. It is summarized and contained in the old Chinese proverb: If at first you don't succeed try, try again. I7 "T, 'L.4 -' F ' ,'T.?T-'i-:'.l.T1 n I Q9 pg . 3- Q 1 wk it ,ui 'sf ll- y I 'f'I.ly r Y 'Mud ll, nz-.il KA is 3 s . K . i . 5, 3 K . Y xi K, , Q. ' y v V, A , v ' 1 v ' s - ' . ' . . ' ' ' 1: Lv 1 v W v S v' ' - will then have a chance. to carry their personal subjects to a nice shady W ' ' y v v , , I , Y' v I . K I , . i V nf l . . . , U . A . . 1 . , . . Si . , , '. ' S i 1 . 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If THE CLASS WILL We the honorable seniors of class of 33 of Clarks Summit and Clarks Green High School the most intellectual and dignified seniors ever hawing inhabited C S H S do ordaln and establish this as our last will and testament as follows namely PART 1 We bequeath to the lowly class of imbeclles known as 34 our delightful and sunny dispositions which make us belox ed among lower classes PART 2 Fo the Juniors we also will our record of no tardy marks and trust they will not mar this iecord by being late PART 'S We bequeath to the Sophomores all old chewing gum found under or on chairs or desks hoping that th1s will halt their mcesrsant talk ing We also will them our knowledge of the proper time and place for things to be done PART 4 To the lox ey dox ey 1Ild1X1dLl3.lS of the lower classes we will our restraint We omit all dying calf lookls and loxing sighs which so thoroughly dominate their activities PART o To the Sophomores we will our notable traits of always getting to school on time newer skipping school flattering the teach rs md ignoring the Juniors PART 6 To the Freshmen we bequeath our dignity and brains which all 'Fi eshies lack PART i As a class the Seniors will the following indixidual attrl butes To Byers to overcome his bashfulness with the opposite sex we will Bill Walter s way with the women? Marge Bean wills Elsie Sturm hei sophiticated manner of speech so that Buttercup may overcome her habit of baby talk. To Evlyn Shirer Ruth Jones wills her restraint and Don Gol y wills her his directners of manner. To Doris Fritz to curb her unruly hair Marjorie Gunther wills her very prim head-dress. Janice Miller wills to Eleanor Mackey her love of romance. Al Rorapaugh bequeaths to Charles Yaple his wit. We all hope Charles will know' what to do with it. io: -2 1-lg: limi 'ff-11,11-Lo: .11,-:1-zz-14-10:-:fini1:4fqvM'go1o34-3014-11-Quin: 18 ..,.. ,..,...,,.q...,l lg ' - .,-.,-......- A - 9x,,g ' .":a5-'1:r- T"g-':'.-:.. , , I 4 h . -T - -i-- A ..... X X -1-L ' A 7 j 51: I l'ug"Q li ffl if . f 5 X ' ' "M" ' 'Wild I f I Y- i- L: .lag I-4. A 5,11 1 ' 7 w ' 1 ., . . . . - . . L , . V . F . . , i . Q v. , , . . . . . . ., . . . . . . Y v. ,f - . . . , . Y . . ' R Y 1 , . . . . . . u Y .Y Y. . N . ' Y V . . . . , . 4 N . . . . . ' ' v ,1 r' - 4 w . . . . - , 1 V. 1 .W 1 l l . . . , , , -. 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'Nab' W ll X 5' If The Class Will A Ii xnlx C' nmody ind his Ford xxere xxilled to X Ll 1 xsvlilllms list xeu xxe pass him on max xxe say none the yxoise for xxeu to Frieda Neskev s0 that Frieda xxill be able to tell Us of hex expeiiences xxith a 1e1l he m in PART 8 To all the Junior s xxe xxill Jean Coon s decoiatixe life sax ei so th it t 1 x cin sink oi sxxim 'ind Bill Wlltei s habit of sxx illoxxing the dictlonaix Thus xxe conclude xxlshing the under Cla smen luck We ale suie they xx1ll tix to take our places in the teachex s heaits is if they could o that the Faculty max be sustained from too much giief at oui departuie THE NTEMBERQ OF THE CLAQQ OF 1922 GOD Busss THEM BON VOYAGE Wm hixe ill been stirred to the point of bllNtLl1llg' oui hinds oxen '1 good pliy but the audience xxore then hands to the bones xx hen thu xiexx ed our recent opeietti Bon Xovave The plixus xxeie supeib Neal Standish played by Wesley Yfnd xx ls gixen 1 tllll to Europe by his xxealthy Aunt Nl ny fAlxce Klngl His tilend Larry O Connell QAlbert Rorapaughj ficcompinied him xxhile he tudled alt in the foreign countries He meets Pitiica Galloxxax Olai 101 ie Beanl in the studio ot Andre 'Nlauiois CB1uce Stonej and talls in lox xxith hex Patsy according to hei fathers xxill had to suppoit herself unmarried Vor three years in a foreign country. Then she still h-id five wc eks more of work is a designer in the modiste shop of M idime Piftri lwilliam Walterj. In the meantime Patsy sends Neal away' for the five weeks. Neil had a wonderful time and when he returned he and Patsy became en- gaged. After overcoming several difficulties the whole party' sailed for Amercia. Th-V singing was extraordinary. With the assistance of the orchestra -ind the ible direction of Miss Nlarie Tapper this operetta was 1 gre-it success. Bo matter what one wished to see-humor, lox'e or any other element-his wish was gran ed. 19 A - '-if-f -' r P - -,..-1-gal- A , I xy' .-J?-N , N 4 5, , X -.-: .- ' , 1? 1 lw"Q ll f!4 Q-Q . - f lx X, .Q P - I mmhv ' "Mud - I, 1 ,,- J' -2 31 -6. A 1 V 1 V . V . V V V V. V Y. V V V V V V , , 7 , 1 , N 1 V1 V 1 . 2 2 , C A V V V V V VV ' V V V V, V V - .V V V ' . C v ' - 1 , - ' - 2 V ' V V . V . - V V V V V V . 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V ' t f-1--1--14'1-Vi-V101-V:-VLUQV :VV3-V14V14-14,11-ini-V1--3--11-iu3-Vinani -1 11-1 V14 1-1 1--3 1,1 1-103113101fi-2-10341141101 14.11111 1114.1 1-1-1 .zozo .-.3 1 w .li Lv 'J 1' X Lflf FOOTBALL The season of 1932 1933 is as a successful one to the football team of C S H S Coach Lewis succeeded in building a fast smooth working team With only three letter men reporting the prospects were very pool How ewer a team was picked and we went into the season full of hope We were successful in the maiority of games having been defeated only twice The outstanding games of the season were The Factoryville Thank giv ing game the Keystone tilt the Mayfield battle and the Tunkhannock scoreless tie The Thanksgixing game was played on the looal gridiron Eai ly in the first quarter Decker 33 succeeded in making a touchdown The goal was missed in the try foi the extra point Factorvville scored late in the second quarter The second half was all in the Summit s faxor The piospects for a good team in 1933 1934 are excellent With experienced men the new athletic field and the corporation of the entire school plus the enthusiastic townspeople we anticipate a record year HOCKEY For the first time in foul years there has been an athletiic actixitv for the girls in the Claiks Summit High School Hockey was adopted with great enthusiasm by the students It was new and hard at first for the girls to learn Miss Wells the instructress worked hard to make thwe girls under tand the game Each class organized a team with a manager and cap tam Roberta Palmer was the manager of the Senior Cla s team and Mary Widdowfield w as the captain. The Senior Girls were the champions of the scho-ol. The games were played at 3:30 oclock on the athletic field. Th re was great interert shown by ,he other members of the school who attended the games. The one big gam of the season was th Faculty xersus the Students. shock to everyone to see the -teachers dressed in rompers and gym suits. The Faculty won much to the disappointment of the students. It was a With the winter weather hockey was discontinued. During the vsinter months tumbling and dancing classes wer., sub- stituted for the regular outdoor classes. As soon as the weather was favorable, classes were begun in preparation for the Track Meet, which was held in Old Forge, May 12. This meet was the climax of the activities of the Physical Education Department. 20 - ,.. i,l....l - ' - ,...i,-F - 7 3 I 9, P . 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L Y v s N 1 . 7 v V D . l ...-,.. viii' W INDUSTRIAL ARTS Poi txxo yeais the students of the Clarks Summit High School haxe had access to a xx ell equipped shop ioom xx hlch has been a large and neces sfny impioxement The courses 1nx olx ed consist of Woodxx Orklllg' and Mechanical Diaxx mg Mechanical Drawing, 18 tiught in connecton xxith the shop xxork The student must make a complete xx orking diaxxing of the pioiect xx hich he has planned An account is made of all materials needed foi building and finishing the proiect Th xxork done in the shop superxised by N11 Xeager is systemati callx conducted Each member of a class has a definite dutv to perform besides his indixidual proiect Students are selected to take care of the machines clean the shop and see that all tools aie in their proper places These iobs ale in a rotating order so that each student may become accustomed to shop processes The articles xx hich haxe b en turned out are excellent considering the short time our school has had a shop shoxxing that the students haxe taken a real interest in this sort of xx ork At the end of the last school xear an exhibition xx as made of the fur nltuie toys and othei articles made during the year This yeai a largei and better exhibition is planned The qualitx and xxorkmanship of the articles xx1ll be supeiior to those ot last year proxing that the shop ha accomplished results of a lasting xalue to the student bodv THE NEW ATHLETIC ASSCCIATICN A nexx' Athletic Association under the sup rvision of Wliss Well. has been organized to promote athletics for girls in C. S. H. S. The associa- tion is composed of the upstarts from Hockey. Their initial step xx'as taken when they assumed the responsibilitx of the salc of tickets for the Operctta. Cooperation and pep with successful results seem to be thx taliamen of this organization. Elinor Cairns is President' Jine Sim- rell Nice-President' Mildred Foster Secretary' and lean Sheridan is Tre isurei. 21 'I' -- ' ' ' " t ' ."":,-T.1.-:-"'4.fl-,."- - I xxx ' -1 .-'r ..,- -Tj , N xx 7 " . ' '. -- f.. .-4.3 , ' . l '- -- - 4.111 1 7 01' J gi x gsxse' 11, flax M A , L... A ,Ln 1 Q v 1 1 A ' ' L S L. . L , . . V 1 V - ' f. . v ' . s - . I ., o . , . , - L.: . . . 1 l s x ' v v x' s v ' . ' . . . . . . - . 1 .. ,- ls 2 - K. X , l 1 w v I la vi 1 I y . xx , ' K. V K. I . Y I . .V . . . . 7 . . 9 X ks K. Y K, A . , x , - , . , . . . Y 4 W N I U . . . . V N , .' I ' f I ' . . .f . ' As , 1 - 1 ' ' f. . , . , . - . .. W l v 4 I l we w ' . , c s x . x . c . - . . A , - ' 1 v ' v Q ' -s' ' . c , . 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HOME ECONOMICS Last year 1991 1932 a new d p utment was added to the High School cuiricul 1 'l he student body xx elcomed it with open arms and soon piox ed to ociety that the feminine element in C S H S was able to handle thc needle and capable of sewing fine seams It is much iegretted that this ait xx aa not introduced into the school prexious to this time Not only does the Home 'Waking Department olfer the training neces sary to make clothing but al o inxolx es cooking the study of nutrition caie of young childi en home making color harmony and design budget ing turn tuie and mterioi decoiating pei onal relat ons and household accountino Lumber Company howiooms The 6Xl'l1blt1OH was arranged and ful nished by the S mo' firls The fulfllllllle and accessoiif. ueie loaned by xailous toies both heie and in Scranton Parents friends and strange! s endowed by CUl10S1tV examined thc specimens and ifhimed that the goungei genei mtlon ls quite competent L to the fact that we do not haxe 1 c oklng lalooi 1tOly in thc chool cooking cla ses aie held at the Women s Clubhou e The clx e vshich haxe m t for tuelxc Weeks are instructed in cooking dining ioom et1 quette and planning The Vccational tudents of the Junioi Class and the Sophomoie giil are the piixileged gioup who haxe had the oppoi tu nty It is the hope ofthe gul ol C S H S that we will con hax e a laboi 1 toix th it will equal The xxoodxx oilxing shop and cquipm nt ot the lJOXs JP -W C . -4 S I A jiiejaviis,-C1251 1 1' Y n H Q' pggfyf I X 2-4: ,f i 1 L xL L 'Q . -1 I - - " ll wl fu ff' -5 5 K L-A QL? gag-, Ll jg. f . 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