Northeast High School - Record Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

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KOLTES EDITOR-IN-CHIEF HENRY MAIKA ASSOCIATE EDITOR JUNE ll IHIVIE OI' 1940 NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA G I The fifty years of Northeast High School's existence have been marked by progress achieved through the efforts of the students and faculty, whose first purpose has been the formation of a great tradition. During these fifty years the older building was first erected to provide for the ever increasing student body of Northeast. Shallcross Hall was a most welcome addition, but it was 1 xv at ik if fm I 1 is xg ' Q99 Q93 93 QB QQNYCQQ YB 0 2 QW .li ak-aw wr in WSE nm I l Mani! "" sf 1 4 uhh soon followed by the auditorium, dedi- cated to our most beloved principal, Dr. Morrison. The fifty years of contin- uous progress culminated in the newest and most modernly constructed wing of our gracious Northeast. It is therefore with this in mind that we, the seventy- sixth graduating class of Northeast High School, dedicate this Archive of lune 1940 to Fifty Years of Progress. My Friends, the Class of 1940: As you graduate from Northeast you follow the foot- steps of over 12,000 men, who are now Northeast Alumni. What will you take with you from this School? Are you equipped with an open mind, trained in methods of thinking, inspired with an appreciation of your social and civic obligations? Only as you enter into full partnership as citizens can you realize and cope with the social, political, and eco- nomic problems that confront us all. We hope and believe that you have enlightenment, founded on knowledge, and that you will use it with intel- ligence, understanding and responsibility. Sincerely yours, Theodore S. Ro land. 0 6 To the Class of Iune, 1940: I congratulate you upon the successful completion of your high school course. As you leave Northeast to embark upon the broader aspects of your 1ife's work, I wish to remind you oi, and sincerely suggest that you follow, the Biblical quotation carved in the rostrum on the platform of Morrison Hall: "Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might." Harry E. Krug. 7 Mr Mr Mr Dr. Mr Dr. Mr Mr 'Mr 'Mr Mr Mr Mr Dr. Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Edwin S. Armstrong Mark Barry lohn E. Boyd Henry L. Burr Roland D. Cain"Q4J. Charles W. Camp Maurice Capuzzi Walter F. Coles Arthur G. Eichelberger Samuel Erlich William l. F ahy Harry F erleger loseph W. Fitzgerald Samuel V. Gapp ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Benjamin Gol Mr. Vincent B. Brecht 1 Y Reuben Breskman Morris Cohen Philip Davidoff Winthrop Everett Dolph ludd lacob A. Kafin Mr. lames D. Gordon Mr. George L. lackson Mr. Homer M. lacobs Mr. Saul Katz W Mr. Gordon Marcus Mr. Nelson A. McGowan Dr. Edward C. Parker Mr. Leon l. Rack Mr. Harry Snyderman Mr. Solomon Thompson Mr. lack Wapen Mr. William E. Weills Mr. Charles E. Yahn "'Mr. Charles Zimmerman 'Also in Language Department COMMERCE DEPARTMENT Mr. E. Orrell Crap 8 Mr. Aaron H. Kuman Mr. Norman C. Mellor Mr. Spencer B. Roland Mr. Samuel Silver Mr. Robert E. Sunderland Mr. Clarence A. Wesp r. W. Wesley Stevenson MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Mr. Lawrence M. Babcock Mr. lohn G. Cunningham Mr. Merle P. Ekas Mr. Charles G. Freedman Mr. Nicholds Giandonato Mr. Tobias Hahn Mr. Winfield R. Hartzel Mr. Byron King Mr. Philip Maclasky 'Ns Mr. Russel M. McDonald Mr. Henry l. Moore Mr. Lee l. Pennypacker Mr. Abram P. Piwosky Mr. Myer Rosenthal Dr. Harry M. Shoemaker Mr. Charles S. Taylor Mr. Harry B. Waterbor 1 H M. .Zfy ,. VV ,RATQX ff'7"L 1 f In fx, fff i 'ff' - ,car-fc, -If.-7 .. f V ! J 4' SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Physics Mr. Robert Bradbury Mr. Karl R. Brandt Mr. Edmund H. Cienkowski Mr. Ernest E. Johnson Mr. Samuel H. Nicholson Mr. Charles A. Young Chemistry Mr. Alexander Horwitz Mr. Walter S. Lapp AWQLZC1. 2-77- Dr. Reuben T. Shaw 9 Mr. Leighton K. Smith Mr. William R. Winicov Biology Mr. Leon Cohen Mr. Linnaeus Earhart Mr. Charles E. Knopf Mr. Russel M. McDonald Mr. Ehar . Palmer Mr. Leonar Silverman Mr. Chester A. Stiteler "'Mr. Gerson Backhaut Mr. Melvin H. Beidler Mr. Samuel Brodsky Mr. E. Dexter Brown "Mr, Philip Davidoff Mr. Moses Eckstein Mr. "'Mr. Dr. Mr. Rudolph Falkenhagen lacob Finkelstein Moses Fruchter William L. Hilton HISTORY DEPARTMENT Mr. Harry E. Krug Mr. Benjamin S. Mass Mr. Martin Menkus Mr. lohn W. Rhoads Mr. Benjamin Sherzer Mr. Morris Smith Mr. Isadore Soslow Mr. Frank Stein Mr. Henry Wagner Dr. Harry E. Wildes "Mr, Dolph ludd A. . mr. Jacob Kafin Mr. Jesse c. Phillips Also In Commerce Department 1 Al , 1 l I QW ..M...g 2. .HM I French Mr Mr Mr Qkwlfu . Charles F. Gardner . Howard R. Henzel . Charles Zimmerman LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Mr. Elmer S. Gerhard German Mr. William R. Anson Dr. Moses I. F ruchter Lati Mr. Arthur G. Eichelberger Spanish Mr. Samuel Erlich Mr. Asa M. Hughes Mr. Roland C. Doane X, 1 Q WL VI' X64 'ti ' - , M YLOJQ, .' - Y if-74,41 V I 10 QZZZA-awww 293- ' D 1714414 n .-gf.: vfm -' I -f ' -w,?'vfvr-mmf ' MECHANIC ARTS DEPARTMENT Randolph A. Abbot Eugene W. Brarnbly Charles W. Buckley Vincent Cheverelli Vincent De Martino Roger S. Derbyshire Charles S. Dickson Albert F. Fisher Joseph H. Garrod I. Lawrence Haas, Ir. Stephen G. Hale Adelbert L. Heinemann Louis Herwig lohn E. Horvath Daniel S. lacoby Mr. Russel Murphy 4 Linwood Keisen Iohn L. Kelly Charles P. Malloy William G. McEwan Ralph Peacock I . Wynn Quigley Earl A. Roessler Ioseph A. Rowan Clinton Shaw William K. Thomas lohn Thompson lohn K. Wildemore William N. Wilson Herbert P. H. Wyllner PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT lack Alexander Harold M. Geiges Paul C. Hallam Harry Nelson Lester M. Owen Robert Smith Dr. Oscar E. Gerney ll Mr. Frank H. Terry Mr. Russell Tompkins Mr. Albert I . Woolley 4' MUSIC DEPARTMENT Mr. Paul E. Duffield Mr. George Washco 12 LSI? I Y af ,' . 4 . K W 5 ' A 2- A .2 L jvvw . 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'QE , --k-7-qf"4 . ,..,, ,u ,.,, 1. 1 1 . "' 'Sf7'f7 . "" "" "TT 'V ,....,..,lH.. g - 5 5 5 5 ig 3 i: N 1 . 1 A 2 - ! Q .. E x 1 5 Z s 5 Q ' ? 3 8 Y' ' W 1 - 5 5 R, . , MW? APPRECIATION The Archive Staff is most grateful for the assistance ren- dered by the Moderators in composing and assembling our book. The experience gained through this work was in some respects as beneficial as the classroom work of our regular curriculum. For this and other most valuable assistance by Mr. Gordon and Mr. Katz we can but say, "Thanks." The Archive Staff. 22 EDITOR'S NOTE As we stand on the shore we can see in our mind's eye our four years at Northeast flowing by like a turbulent, stormy river. First we look downstream and see all of the happy days that have passed by, those happy days, spent in acquiring knowledge which we hope to apply in the near future. Now we stand on the threshold of life, between the past and future. All opportuni- ties flow before us, golden opportunities, a chance for fame, wealth, and spiritual possessions. Let us all make the most of this and "hitch our wagons to a star." Now that our goal is set we turn and face upstream. In so doing, we catch a glimpse of the days to come, perhaps not so bright and cheerful, not so happy and carefree. However, only time can tell what destiny the future has in store for us. May we all be successful in every endeavor, and as happy as we were in the days we spent together at Northeast. 23 f v 24 THE ARCHIVE STAFF lohn A. Koltes .... Henry Majka. .,.A, . Frank Potter. . . . . Charles P. Mills Frank Potter .....,.,..,... Howard Tutt lack McGuckin Paul Gorin ............ William Trenwith William Rothman lohn Forsythe Leo Kuter Thomas Gioia Herbert Novack Edward Donnelly Edwin Hart Benjamin Katz Steward lordal Leonard Belov Robert Green Roy Bertolet ...4,..,.....,.. Frank Axe Oscar Packer Robert Rowe .... . . . Editor-in-Chief . . . . . , . . . .Associate Editor Organizations Editor Harvey Fischer . . 4 , A . . Activities Editor lack May Benjamin Bricklin . . . . , . . Biographies Editor William Hartley Ernest Lebick Ralph Milke Donald Ziegler William Kmetz Frank Concannon Walter Kwasinski Pio Bardi loseph Patterson Robert Wagner Andrew Hummel ..,SportsEditor Bernard Penska George Rankin , . A .Features Editor Richard Snyder Paul Frey Thomas Sleesman. ...... ......, B usiness Manager lames Nixon Earl Edwards Louis Palmer Nicholas Recentio lack Ignatovig Bernard Schulin Art and Photography Staff Irvin Stein William Grey William Laird William Perlitch Mr. Menkus Mr. Babcock Q. M lie zel Mr. Rhoads M M Mm W K Mr. Hallum Mr. Jackson Mr. Brandt Roster Chairman Dr. Gapp Mr. Hale Mr. Katz Mr. Nicholson Mr. Marcus Dr. Burr 28 COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS 'Z' . Marvin Schwartz Frankhn Axe Edward Rudin Richard Snvd 30 6 "GOOD MORNING, BOYS!" Good morning, boys!"+and up we stood, To hear his voice as best we could, With eloquence that's rarely shown, He spoke of how the school had grown. D In this a world of hardships, woes, Of bitterness, of strife, 'mid those Who would with every baleful thought Destroy us all in havoc wrought, By men who would themselves make great, Without a thought to all the hate Which they so mad together cropped- The speaker here so aptly stopped, Who was the man who spoke that day, - With face determined, hair of gray? Perhaps you've guessed-of Northeast fame, Dr. Rowland is his name. For years we tried, at his behest To raise our standard 'mongst the best, We've suc ceeded well, we know The learned light will glow and glow Until this world will be no more- Destroyed by jealous hatred-war! But here at school we had no hate They molded us of better trait Whatever creed, whatever race, Whatever color set the pace Scholastically or on the field Their glory by the school was sealed By students and by faculty Who ne'er showed partiality And now we all must say "goodbye!" And say it with a tear-filled eye. "Good evening, boys!"-we stood up-proud, - Less frightened now, heads deeply bowed, For this time we're about to leave A pattern of success to weave He spoke of love, success, and life And not of war, or hate, or strife, His voice-it dropped, then raised, went higher But never did it seem to tire, And when he stopped we could not speak, Nor move, nor breathe, we stood so meek His last words ringing in our ear To ne'er give up but persevere, Then a pause-to great and small He wished us well, "God bless you all -Julius Selkovyitz. 31 S5 vg S 1 Henry Majka William Kmetz Edward Rudin William Hartley Benjamin Katz lohn Kulp Alfred Mintz Marvin Schwartz 32 SCJ-loom. 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'Fl' vw. ,'. .N . :tif 'luis- ..., sigh, Q.. . - J. .tisjak 1, iffv. . -l'v- 4, ... 4 -,i ,x mb 1 ,., I 1 I: -. of 5? HA., a-v "Q.,.3k . ai' LS' .l. A .H . L ' ' - .J J... " ,r w -. n .yffg -' 2. A -ff.. . ,L , T ,.. . Ae.- egA!.g1", v,, 4 VL. uf 4. ' l :,' in. V ,Z-L .YQ f . .gi Sf Q CLASS OFFICERS 4- Paul O. Frey .... ..... P resident Frank I. Potter ......... Vice President Valentino H. Pasquarella .... Treasurer Frank Wilson ............, Secretary EN GILBERT ADELMAN Pharmacist Honor Roll Academic Gilbert, a member ofthe Physiology Club, was a quiet and industrious student. Trustworthy, and always willing to help a friend, he was well liked by all his classmates. He er1joy'ed'watching sports events and was an enthusiastic rooter for the Archive's football team. ALBERT F. ALLO Machinist , ' ' 7, Mechanic Arts An amiable fellow Aflfsert type who could take a joke and li it. ljaiermade many friends during his stay at Nortlwiapdduse of his quiet and sincere actions. While a ortheast he was a member of the lnterclass Baseball and Soccer Teams. GEORGE S. ANDERSON, IR. HOWARD G. APPLEGATE Banker Commercial United States Senator Mechanic Arts George was a popular fellow o was always ready to Howard was a very pleasant fellow, always cheerful lend a helping h . Th surer of the Camera Club and ready to help a friend. He made many friends during for three s aam' er of the Skating Club, he also his stay here at Northeast. He was Captain of the Bicycle served on Tra icl quad, Lunchroom Squad, and the Squad, and an officer on the Locker Squad. Locker Squad. FRANKLIN IULES AXE IOHN BABIN N. Y. Times Sports Editor Honor Roll Academic Electrical Career ' Industrial Electric Frsan , besides bei g an eglcellpngtudent, was an Assist- Iohn was well liked by his lo ts because of his ant I ggwoffthe- Sgvcrossfcountry Team, a member of unfailing good n ture. e s ember of the Lunch the House o Representatives, the Library Squad and the room Squa an in rihg Club, and his hobby, pho Traffic Squad. As Sports Editor of the Megaphone and tography, ea im fa e, if not fortune. member of the Record Book sports staff, he has indeed 1 had a busy school life. I ELMER BABITSKY HENRY KR CON - Academic Chemical Engineer Honor Roll Mechanic Arts Engineer Rarely in a poor mood because of his pleasant nature, Elmer was well liked by his classmates. He was a good student and endeavored at all times to maintain a high average. joying A school's activities. 38 Henry was very quiet, but he was we liked by his rninyj friends! He was a ,member of the and, He German Band, ,eljnclrqr Sqpad, andfthe Engineering Club En is school life, Henryffhas' earnestly supported our PIO BARDI Draftsman Honor Roll I dustrial Mechanics Being in the Industrials. e hanics se, his ambition is to bec a highly resize an. His ideal char- safaris' 0:2 oth hatco! own Dr. Theodore S. Rowland He e Record Book and Track Team, and at one e was Alternate of his class. NOBLE BARN SHAW Bookkeeper Commercial Noble, a member of the Bible Study Club, was very shy and retiring. It was only a small circle of close friends who readily got to know him and appreciate his sterling qualities. ' ' WILLIAM I. BARTIK Electrical Engineer Honor Roll Mechanic Arts Bill, a member of the Honor Section, was quite an active student. He served on both the Library Squad and the Locker Squad. Bill also was a member of the Astronomy Club, German Club, and the Engineering Club. a i t. . Jr c. HAYS EEA TY Advancement .tnlilfusic Academic HaysfigQlbitiorms to "go places" in music. He has been on! the Honor Roll occasionally, and, being in the Music Course, his ideal character is Mozart. He has been a Stu- dent Conductor of the School Band for six terms, a Student Conductor of the German Band for three terms, and also a member ot the Orchestra for six terms. STANLEY BECHTA l LEONARD BELOV Mechanic Industrial Auto Stanley believes in being seen and not heard, never- theless, he made many friends while attending Northeast. His favorite activities are: building model airplanes, stamp collecting, sports, and dancing. Research Chemist Honor Roll Academic Len was good natured, and had a humorous personality. He participated in Interclass Football and Soccer, was a members of the Camera Club, and served on the Biography Staff Book?" Hisxf was photography, and his favorite sports were skating, swimming, and football. ELMER BENNETT I Aeronautical Engineer Mechanical Arts Elmer usually looked on the bright side of things, and could always be counted on for cheerful work. He was a Senator, an, -athletic coriimitteeman, and a member of the Engiriyeeting and Riding Clubs, and he also served on the Lunch Room and Library Squads. 39 DAVID BENSON Electrical Engineer Industrial Electric Dave was well liked by his fellow students. He was a member of the Stamp Club, and he participated in Inter- class Basketball. His favorite pastime was the raising of homing pigeons, a hobby for which he was well known. ROY D. BERTOLET IRVING BLANK Veterinarian Academic Business Man Commercial Roy was a very popular and,.li a fellow. His many "Irv" wasn't very talkative e had no trouble in activities included shma , d and First Team Soc- making friends. His igiterest uded: Art, collecting cerg F shman an ass Basketball, Senator K6 timesl, postmarks, roller skati swimming, and other sports. Revuj - ws, and Review Committee, Executive Coun- Although his outsi ctivities claimed most of his time, cil, " " a "B" Class Executive Committee, and Prom he served on cker Squad. Committee, Record Book Sports Editor, Chief Iustice ot Tribunal, Latin Club, Hi-Y. He served his school well. WILLIAM BLASZCZYK ROBERT BOARDMAN Band Leader Industrial Auto Band Leader Industrial Auto Bill found it easy to get along with all his classmates, as he was always cheerful. His favorite pastimes were music, dancing, and sports, his favorite sport being swim- ming. Bob was a quiet lad whose main interest was music and bands. He never had much time to participate in extra-curricular activitiesp nevertheless he had many friends. WILLIAM BOCK ROBERT M. BOILEAU Civil Engineer Mechanic Arts Accountant Commercial Bill was a very quiet fellow, for which he was greatly e f t rclass'f all and bas. liked. Famous for his unfailing good nature and buoyant a a the 6gra C o a c ndidate for the baseball team. He was a very quiet spirit, Bill showed his appreciation for Northeast's training by being one of its foremost rooters. fellow, but when he spoke, the subject was usually music. ARNOLD BOOKMAN Army Air Corps Officer Academic Nature was kind enough to bestow upon Arnold a rather carefree and easy going personality. He also enjoys many hobbies such as Cartooning, music, boxing, the study of psychology, physiognomy and tropical fish. Unusual as they may appear, it might be noted that he excels in all. 40 GEORGE A. BORDEN To Speak Spanish Fluently Academic Because of his cheerful manner and ready smile, George became a popular member of our class. He was a member of the Library Squad and the Megaphone Staff. In case you are interested, George is a grand guy. HARRY A. BOSHA Engineer Mechanic Arts Harry has been very active in school activities. Not only has ,hebeen Vice-President of the Engineers Club, biit he was also a member of the Traffic Squad, Library Squad, Lunch Room Squad, Slide Rule Club, and the "D" Class Football Team. C. CLAYTON BOWMAN Business Man Academic Claytorrseldom gets "sore," but he takes certain things seriously. He was a good student at Northeast and was Captain of the Lunch Room Squad, an important school organization. WILLIAM G. BRAUN Aviation Mechanic Industrial Auto Bill was a very likeable fellow who could always take a joke as well as give one. He was well thought of by all who knew him, and his great efforts have been rewarded with a place on the Track Team. EDWARD BRZEZINSKI Bachelor Industrial Machinist Ed was well liked by his fellow students and he could be found at nearly all of the Northeast events including the dances with Kensington High School. He was also a member of the Locker Repair Squad for two terms. We wonder if Edward will ever realize his ambition. BEN IAMIN BRICKLIN V EDWARD P. BRINEY 2'V" vV n Textile Chemist Academic Bob participated in numerous extra-curricular activities. He served on the Locker, Outside, Traffic, and Library Squads. Inter-class sports also claimed some of his atten- tion, as he was a member of the Inter-class Baseball Team. Bob was also on the Megaphone Staff, and a member of the Microscopy Society and Table Tennis Club. To Work for the Bell Telephone Industrial Electric His ambition no dqubt has had a- strong effect upon his choice of Industrial Electric as a'High School course. "Ed" has enjoyed many an occasion and livened up many a classroom with his spontaneous humor. ' ALEXANDER BRODSKY Court Reporter-Stenographer f Horior Roll Commercial ,Al hs gfipworkin He played in the 13566: lilaemisiffafehe sie aphy Club. He also serve the Traffic Squad, Library quad, Locker Squad, and Bicycle Squad. He was always cheerful, easy-going, and well-liked. 41 JACK EUGENE BRODSKY To Study Music Commercial IaCk's main interest was music, and his favorite com- poser, Peter Tschaikowsky. He was a member of the Glee Club for three years. He was also a member of the Lunch Room Squad and Editor of the Radio Bulletin Board. f 1 , f ALBERT BULIK Bachelor Industrial Machine A frequent member of the honor roll, "Al" has partici- pated in two school squads, namely Lunch Room and Locker Repair Squads. A keen admirer of popular record- ings is Al. He is always ready to lend a helping hand to a fellow classmate in time of need. NELSON BURDUMY , f I To Become a Lawfdr 5 ' t Acgiemic Nelson, though not a,noise1makinfJ indyidyual, was an a tife member of his class. He was a member of the ibrary adfd ,was 'ah active -seller of Revue and enltsteflltldy tickets. He supported all school activities. X r IOSEPH IOHN BURKE Government Bookkeeper Commercial loe, usually quiet in school, is practically the reverse when with his friends. He served his school taithfully on the Bicycle Squad. CHARLES BURT Electrician Industrial Electric During his stay at Northeast, Charles became interested in the electrical field as well as the Engineering Club of which he was a member. He believes in the saying, "Live and let live," which is no doubt an excellent rule to follow through life. IOSEPH WILLIAM BUTRYN WILLIAM I. BUTTERWORTH Industrial Electric To Make Easy Money Mechanic Arts While at Northeast Ioseph was a member of the Fresh- man Track Team, Locker Squad, and the Traffic Squad. To his classmates he was known as "Sharper" and "Bond Street." One of the legion of Clark Gable's followers, Ioseph can proudly boast ot an enjoyable school life. Musician While at Northeast Bill was a member of the Outside Squad and Revue Committee. He was also a Senator, Alternate, and a "B" Class executive. He played the Saxophone for a year in the Iunior Orchestra. His love for music was apparently the reason for his choice of Kay Kyser as his ideal character. STANLEY BYSZEWSKI Successful Business Man Commercial Stan was easy going, and pleasant to get along with. He was always cheerful and ready to have tun. He was a member of the Commercial Geography Club, and served well on the Gym, Locker and Bicycle Squads. 42 HUGO CAPOCEFALO History Teacher Honor Roll Commercial Hugo, a very earnest student, has been a Senator, Alter- nate, Senate Play Committeeman, Bicycle Squad Officer and Sales Club member. Upon his banner of life one can easily distinguish his famous line: "Don't let it worry you!" IOHN CAPPELLO Salesman Commercial lohn was good natured, and he got along well with all his classmates. He always seemed to be cheerful and ready to have a good time. He was a member of the Com- mercial Geography Club, and the Stenography Club while at Northeast. FRANK CARLISLE Draftsman Industrial Frank was the jolly, jovial type. He was an ardent supporter of all Northeast teams and activities and was well liked and very popular with the fellows. WILLIAM CARROLL Minister Academic Bill was an active member of the Science Club, Vice- President of the Astronomy Club, Captain of the Locker Squad, and an officer of the Library Squad. The school Orchestra, as well, was benefited by his services as piano player. IACK T. CASEY Musician - 'V Academic lack was a happy-go-lucky sort of fellow, and was very popular with the class. He was a member of the Band, Senior Orchestra, Revue Orchestra, the Senate, the "B" Class Prom Committee, and several squads. His fondest hope is to be a noted musician. WILLIAM CASSADY IOSEPH T. CAUSEY Midshipman Academic foe was a quiet red-head and su plemented his school work withbezbfcefbln two dfitgg' szgvfs important squads, the Librarytxand Traffic JSq,ua' s J member oh the Honor Section, loe was al ays willing to assist any of his class- 'K mates in their studies. ' Naval Engineer Mechanic Arts "B'll'f 'quiet sort ather studious. it t e a naval engin r showed his te s, never-say-die spirit, for which he was well liked and admired. FLOYD CAVILEER Electrician Industrial Electric "Cary" is a swell fellow' and forever willing to do his part in making Northeast a still better school. His work on the Theatrical Electric Club deserves the highest of credit. For his work as Cooperator of our fine Public Address Sys- tem he received a Senate Award for which he was justly proud. 43 DONALD CERTAINE School Dean Industrial Electric "Don" never started a task that he couldn't finish. His keen reasoning has made his path easier, and his pleasant attitude was admired by all. He was also a member of the Traffic Squad upon which he served with honor. I. WM. CHAMBERLAIN Stenographer and Head of Firm Commercial Bill was a liberal and good-natured fellow, always ready to do a good turn. He was a good student and capable in emergencies. He was a member of the Stenoqraphy Club and a member of their Softball Team, using his large frame to good advantage. ROBERT E. CHATELAIN Playboy Industrial Arts "Bob" is a fine fellow and is gifted with a very pleasing personality, which has enabled him and his friends to enjoy their stay at Northeast. He believes in fair play and is a true Northeaster. ROBERT cHAMBERs7du tj K. , J Airplane Draftsman ' Academic Bob was humorous at times, and always able to see the funny side of a joke. A strong supporter of all school projects, he was rather famous for his exploits in the field of friend-making. HARRY CHAVIELLE A !!ll-flfj Airline Pilot Industrial Art by all. Harry was an easy-going chap and very seldom got upset or excited. He was very popular with his fellow classmates, and his strong initiative should aid him in carrying out his ambition. He willfbe long remembered LOUIS CHMIELINSKI Skilled Auto Mechanic Industrial Automobile Lou was a big, easy-going fellow who always thought himself an expert billiard player. Aside from this, he also wanted to be a skilled automobile mechanic. While in school he was a member of the Towel Squad and the Gym Locker Squad. LO STOFAS Government Position Mechanic Arts An exceedingly loyal student, Louis was well-liked and admired for the envious record he maintained as a salesman HAR HRISTMAS Cook Industrial Auto "Xmas" was one of the smaller fellows of the class but it didn't stop him from getting around. He was usually in a jovial and humorous mood, which probably explains our fondness for him. HOWARD CHUN of Revue and Senate Play tickets. While at Northeast he served on the Gym Locker Squad diligently and efficiently. 44 Machinist Commercial Howard displayed his salesmanship by selling tickets for the Revue and Senate Plays. He also went out for soccer Academic DOMINICK CIANFARINI Mechanical Engineer GEORGE S. CLARK, IR. Naval Officer Commercial Don was very active throughout his school career, being a member of the Fencing Team, Prom Committee and sev- eral clubs. Tall, dark, and handsome, Don was noted for his swell style of dressing George has served his school as a member of the Bicycle Squad. He played varsity baseball and other inter-class sports. The 1940 Revue gave him a chance to display his vocal abilities. Although he is rather quiet, he is well known among the Seniors. HENRY CLEMENTS GEORGE CODRICK Aviator Industrial Auto "Clem" was a very jolly fellow and well known for his "kidding." He could always be found playing football on the roof, no doubt to acquaint himselt with high altitudes, a necessity to achieve his ambition. General Cultural Education Academic Although George was the serious-minded type of fellow, he was very easy to get along with. He played inter-class soccer, and was very much interested in sports outside ot school. RICHARD COLLER g WILLIA M L. COLLIER LH fl'r' Commercial "Dick" was always seeing the lighter side of things and Airplane Mechanic Industrial Mechanic Show Rider Famous for his ice cream eating ability, William also included a membership in the Camera Club and partici- pation in inter-class sports among his activities, cracking jokes. He rendered his services to the school as a member of the Lunchroom Squad. He liked to tinker with engines and hoped some day to become an efficient airplane mechanic. IOHN A. COLLINS FRANK CONCANNON Academic Success it ' ' I J In Academic Serving his renowned school faithfully and efficiently, Iohn was a familiar figure in our halls when he served as a Traffic Squad Officer. Always ready to lend a helping hand when needed, his quiet personality will long be felt after he has gone. "Frank" always had a smile and pleasant words for everyone he knew. His personality made him very popu- lar with his fellow classmates. He was co-organizer of the Skating Club, member of Latin Club, House of Represen- tatives, and Record Book Staff. 45 . ,V f. f I N CONROY Success in Life Industrial Electric Although he participated sparingly in extra activities about the school, Iohn still won a host of friends through his jovial mood and friendly suggestions. He was a swell classmate and took care of himself in a splendid manner. ABRAHAM S. COOPER DAVID W. COOK Aeronautics Industrial Arts Dave was a fine fellow and won many friends while here at Northeast. Many boys liked to hear him talk because of his Southern drawl and pleasing personality. He was a member of the Traffic Squad, and he took a real interest in his fellow classmates. HARRY CRAWFORD Pharmacist "" "' 'tous Academic "Abe" was a light-hearted, happy-go-lucky sort of fel- low, and was tremendously popular with the class. He was on the "A" Class Executive Committee and the "B" Class Dance Committee in addition to being an Alternate, and a member of the Latin Club and Traffic Squad. Easy lob Industrial A faithful Northeast student, Harry served our great school loyally as a member of our now-famous Traffic Squad. He augmented this service by holding an enviable position in the Stamp Club. HARRY S. CORYELL, IR. Aviator Industrial Machine Harry was an easy-going, witty type of fellow who was always the life of the party. Acting was his forte. In addition he was a Senator. He played important parts in three Revues and three Senate Plays. C HARVEY CROSSLEY OMAS F. CREAN L1 1 .',' fx, Mechanical Engi er ' If Mpc ' rts Tom r lar fellowi and bepause of this was very popular wi is l irnateti He was a good worker and was a the Library Squtad, Engineering Club, participa in Inter-Club Softball, and served his class- mates as an Alternate. BERNA I. CROWLEY Navigator N anic Arts Harvey served is sch a member f the Library Squad. His club activities were: the House of Represen- tatives, Law, and Bowling Club. In the field of sports, he was manager of the Tennis Team. Among the students he was popular because of his "gift of gab." 46 To Be a Success in Life , Mechanic Arts Bernard's neat appearance and winning smile have made him very popular with the fellows around the school. He was voted Senator twice, Alternate once and a member of the "C" and "A" Class Executive Committee. He was also a participant in second team baseball and football. IOHN CULLEN Catch for the Yanks Academic Although Iohn may never achieve his ambition to catch for the Yanks, he has won the respect of his classmates by his quick wit and jovial disposition. He was an ardent supporter of all Northeast teams, and engaged in inter- class basketball. He was a member of the Library Squad and an Alternate in the Senate. BRUCE DECKARD Playboy Mechanic Arts Bruce was fond ot sports and was a good "sport" himself. He is very popular socially and his ambition to become a playboy should be realized. An ardent Northeast rooter, his presence was heard as much as it was seen. ALBERT I. D'AULERIO Business Man Commercial Al was a fellow who liked to make friends and has done so while he was here with us. He was greatly interested in the great National pastime, baseball, and was continu- ally arguing in favor of the Cleveland Indians. While at school he was a member ot the Traffic Squad. WILLIAM DECKER b , Expert Mechanic . I ' X Industrial Mechanic Will was always lqoiingl onflthe bright side of things His friendly in n Maud sarcastic digs will be remembered by au. wa a member of the Chorus and Orchestra and algo a cross country man. IAMES RICHARD DERRICKSON Teacher Academic A generous and outstanding student in our school com- munity, lames, although not extremely active in extra- curricular activities, was an extremely loyal supporter of Northeast Interscholastic encounters. WALTER 1. DEWITT, JR. ALFRED DEVENSKY Business Man Commercial Al was a very humorous and cheerful chap, who was forever willing to lend a helping hand, and has gained many friends. He was an Alternate, a member of the Table-Tennis Club, Traffic and Lunchroom Squad Officer, and a participant in Inter-class sports as well. ALBERT DICHTER Accountant Academic To Be a Successful Business Man Academic Walt supported all Northeast ocial aytivjties. He was Al was one of those fellows who had a joke for every a fine studeytfaytd his ever-pliasing isersojialay always occasion, and was always the life ot the crowd. I-Ie was a earned him many friergis among -his tetfdwfstudents. member of the Bicycle Squad and a candidate for baseball 47 LIONEL W. DILLMAN PhYsician Academic Lionel worked on various squads and his willingess to lend a helping hand is greatly appreciated. He was a member of the Traffic, Lunchroom, and Outside Squads, a Senator, Alternate, member of the Latin Club and Track Team, and participant in the Revues of '39 and '4O. I OHN DI LLA Successful Business Man Commercial I. D. was a swell fellow, and while at Northeast gained many friends by his good nature and participation in extra- curricular activities. He was a member of the Gym Locker and Towel Squad, Lunchroom Squad, and Sales Club. EDWARD DONNELLY ROBERT DOMAN Physician Academic An active member of the Garden Squad and Club, and the Current Events Club, Bob can also boast of member- ship in the Honor Section. He can justly take pride in Success Honor Roll Industrial Economics Eddie was very active in all school affairs and was well liked by the entire class. He was Senator, Alternate, "A" and "B" Class Executive Committeeman, a member of the Hi-Y, member of the Record Book Staff, an usher at the Senate Play, a member of the Library Squad, and a his full school life. member of the Theatrical Electric Club. FRANCIS DORSAM Get a Iob Commercial "Horse" is a fine sport and a fervent follower of baseball. He was a fellow one would like to have as a friend, and although he was quiet, he was very congenial and always willing to lend a helping hand to those who needed it. G RGE EBINGER STEPHEN DUCH Y First Mate in Navy Commercial "Duch" is a swell fellow, and we are glad to list him as a great friend. He was a member of the Lunch, Traffic, and Library Squads, and also participated in Inter-class sports. He was held in high regard by his fellow classmates. ARDT ELMANN Good Salesman Commercial George came and went through school with little trouble to anyone. He was a member of the Gym Locker Squad and Outside Squads. He is a lad who will be long remem- bered for his fine disposition and easy-going manners. 48 Master D s Industrial " " a th the many lads who made the sch pier a ore enjoyable institution. He is an arde rts a candidate for the Soccer and Footbal m ju falling short of the requirements. EARL EDWARDS Business Executive Honor Roll Commercial Earl besides taking part in activities, such as Library Squad, Locker Squad, "B" Class Executive Committee and Archive Staff, was also an honest, upright student. His other interests centered about music and the drama. LEON E. EIVEN CHARLES P. EGOLF Aviator Mechanic Arts Because of an extremely studious nature, he was often on the Honor Roll. "Charlie" has an earnest desire to do service for his country as a Marine. WILLIAM I. ELDER, JR. Postmaster Academic Lee was uiet lad with a pleasant p nality. He was a me o the House of Represen es an c er, and ticipat ' - soft . e wil e long mbe swell fellow and a true friend. Grow Taller V Industrial Electric "Eppy" is one of the smaller members of the class. His sense of humor and his winning smile have won him many friends during his stay at Northeast. While here, "Eppy" participated in Inter-class Sports and was also a candidate for the Track Team and a member of the Honor Roll. DAVID ELDON IOHN EMERY Aeronautics ' Academic Another good-natu d v . He is very ambitious is in et ahe in aeronautics. Beside e l- iked member of the class, he was a Senator, Alternate, and member of the Senate Executive Committee, and "C" Class Executive Committee. Success Academic Abe was truly the strong silent type, and was always a fellow you were proud to know. As a member of the 1937 and 1939 Championship Football Teams, as well as the 1938 Football Team, his spirit did much to achieve victory. Abe will quickly "center" his way to success. HARRY ENGLE Airplane Designer Honor Roll Industrial Mechanic Harry's pleasant personality and humorous disposition have gained many friends for him. He maintained a good average consistently as a student and has served his fellow classmates as a Senator and Alternate. 49 ELMER WAYNE ENTENMANN C. P. A. Commercial Elmer's humorous disposition has gotten him into some difficult situations. However, he has given his services to the school by joining the Traffic Squad, and he also participated in Inter-Class Sports as an active player. IOHN L. ESPENLAUB ILLIAM EVERLY Mechanic Industrial Mechanic Swing Drummer Commercial lohn was a good, ha working stu t who measured Will was a great mixer among the fellows and was very up to the high idtls H w on the Traffic and active around the school. On the Traffic and Locker Outside Squads, e a le nn' lub, Library Squad, Squads he was able to keep things running smoothly. and the Library Squ Smsa m, all activities in which The Fencing and Camera Clubs were also glad to have he participated thoro ghlf I wholeheartedly. him as a member. .J K RAYMOND EVINGER ROBERT I. EXLER Accountant ' Commercial High Pressure Salesmani' 'f' Commercial ay was really a grand , but a u' t 's ss revent d ' p rt in ny school , , in t e field of inter-class spor s, he gave ou stan g service. Robert has served on the "B" Class Prom Committee, as a "B" Class ticket salesman, and as a member of the Bicycle Squad. He has been a student of fine qualities and has participated in inter-class sports. DANIEL FACTOR DONALD FAGAN Pharmacist Academic Dan has served on the Traffic Squad, Lunchroom Squad, the Library Squad, and the Latin Club, and has been on the Library Squad Softball Team. His friendliness and con- versational abilities were early recognized and enjoyed by those about him. Salesman Academic Not being satisfied with serving his classmates as a Senator and as an Alternate, Donald participated in inter- class sports and also went out for the N. E. Football Team, on which he captured a berth for three years. X3'owa,64Q6v DONALD FEINBERG Verterinarian Academic Don .was ayfry conservativ and popular fellow who keptttjriiyrgaitfuriynling withx1:rIs4W:ep." Don was an out- standing member pjdnbtti the Latin and Spanish Clubs and a well-known officer of the Library Squad. 50 ALL IL IAM FELDMAN To Lead an Adventunaus iLife-' Mechanic Arts Allen had been on the Library, Outside, and Locker Squads and has aided in Christmas basket distribution. He was an active member of the Spanish and Fencing Clubsp and although he was a good student, "Al" declared that he had never really worked hard at anything in his life. HARRY FELDMAN Politician Academic Harry's desire to be a politician may seem strange, but he is really well equiped for this job. His ability to con- verse on many varied subjects was the basis for his large following of friends. Harry was a very active member of the Traffic Squad and inter-class Basketball Team, two organizations upon which he served well. LEONARD FELDMAN Successful Business Executive Cgmmercial Leoyardnwasl a s dumorous and cqsgd flylays take a jokef H,i.f"dtn'bi ion ' K appropcabf 8 e will soon achieve success. L nay served the school well in the capacity of Alterna as well as being a member of the Traffic Squad and Stenography Club. NORMAN FELDMAN To Travel Around the World Commercial A student of better than average ability, Norman has been on the Traffic and Lunchroom Squads, the Stamp Club, and the Senior Stenography Club. HARRY FELLER To See the World Commercial Harry's ever-smiling face and ready wit created for him his following of many friends. His ability to get places around the school will make it very easy for him to achieve his ambition. Harry's help in the office was exceptionally well done and properly appreciated. IOHN FENNINGHAM ANTHONY F. FIGLER, IR. Civil Engineer - Mechanic Arts "A grand fello ' was the l ' ression lohn made on whomev r he . cap ity of Senator and Alter- n he w bl do his bit to ter the school. lohn's m on the first and second Basketball Teams has giv him a reputation that should help him to hit the mark of s cess. Major League Ball Player Commercial Anthony was a a very conscientious fellow concerning the activities around the school. He always seemed to find time to be on some squad that would better the school. As well as being on the first Team Baseball, Anthony was a Senator and Alternate. His membership on the Locker, Lunchroom and Traffic Squads was greatly needed and appreciated. ELWOOD C. FINLEY Successful Business Man Commercial Elwood follows the principle of "Do Unto Others as You Would Have Them Do Unto You." He has been on the Library Squad, on the "B" Class Executive Committee, and also on the Dance Committee. 51 HARRY I . FISCHER Mechanic Arts Harry's beaming smile and helping hand have won for him many loyal friends. While at Northeast he served on the Library and Locker Squads and served well in both. HARVEY FISCHER, IR. Mechanical Engineer Academic Harvey was a member of the Bible, Current Events, Camera, and Table Tennis Clubs, and was secretary of the Hi-Y. On the Library and Traffic Squads, the Megaphone Staff, and the Record Book Staff, Harvey was a member of the Honor Section as well. ELMER H. FISHER Successful Business Man Commercial A good Northeast student, Elmer has been a member of the Table Tennis Club, and Team, Locker and Library Squads, Fencing Club, and Executive Committee. He was quiet and rather bashful, but he liked clever people and a good joke. 1 r I HARRY B. FISHER tif NORMAN FISHER To be a S, ss I Mechanic Arts , Unlike most modern d arry dislikes swing. How- , Maiflf League Baseball PIHYGI ' Commercial evengx is nd of aricing, and baseball is his favor- Normphf has pdrticipated -in inhr-class basketball and ite sp! Kr ile tilt No heast he served his school faith- has also served on the Traffic Squad. His strong school tullyfa d or this w l long be remembered. spirit has been an inspiration to his fellow students. IRVIN S. FISTER Q- "4 HARRY FLICK Electrical Engineer Honor Roll Industrial Electric Irvin is known by members of Northeast as a student who upholds the ideals ot his school. His smile, good humor, and open mind have made many friends for him. Salesman Commercial A pleasant smile always greeted you when talking to Harry. His refined manners were always a prominent feature of his character. The duties, as an Alternate, and as Locker Squad and Swimming Team member, were fulfilled efficiently and with remarkable precision. W IAM 'FLY Air Conditioning Engineer Industrial Electric William is noted for his quietness and his courtesy toward others. He has developed a taste for fine books and movies and is a very ardent follower of all types of sports. 52 ' ROY FOCHT Business Executive Commercial Roy has a pleasant personality and a good sense of humor. He has made his mark as a student and has devel- oped his physical qualities as a gym leader and active sports enthusiast. JOSEPH FOGERTY To Become a Certified Public Accountant Commercial Joseph rates as an honest, friendly, and cooperative fellow student. He has been active in inter-class sports, a member of the Stenography Club, and also a member of the Hi-Y. JAMES EMOR FOLEY Accountant Commercial The ease with which James made friends was one of his chief claims to fame. His knowledge of the subject of sports and his genial smile were the reason for his many friends. James' conscientious playing on the Second Football Team won for him recognition in the school community. ELMER JOSEPH FORGAS Newspaper Reporter Academic Elmer's studious and industrious qualities should help him realize his ambition' Never leaving a job until it is completed is the characteristic which will make him succeed in the future. Elmer faithfully served on the Traffic Squad for two terms. JOHN FORSYTHE Engineer Mechanic Arts At times the joyous life of the partyg at other times he was serious, studious, and highly ambitious. He was a member of tsvrtnsfthe Lunchroom Squad, the Senate, the "B" Class Pritm Committee, and the Biography Stattlof the Record Book. ' HENRY LLOYD FRANCIS WILLIAM FRANKLIN Social Worker or Lawyer Honor Roll Academic Ambition and a craving for work are I-lenry's outstand- ing characteristics. The desire to help others has won him many true and lasting friends. Henry has served the school well, being a member of the Traffic and Garden Squads and the Bible Club. Machinist Industrial Mechanics Reds was the kind of a fellow with whom you could always strike up a conversation. When kidded about his hair, he would often smile and maintain a baffling silence. Bill was a very efficient member of the Traffic Squad and gave the school his whole-hearted support. CHARLES FRANZ Electrical Engineer Industrial Electric Charles is noted for his studious nature. He served on the Lunchroom Squad and enjoyed reading good books. However, he and stublzornness were born under the same roof, and he was known for his friendly obstinacy. 53 PAUL O. F REY Electrical Engineer Academic Paul was President of our Graduating Class. A member ot the Outside Squad and a Justice of the Tribunal, Paul was also President of the Hi-Y, a Cheer Leader, a Senator, a member of the Prom Committee, and a member of the Executive Committee, and an usher at Senate Plays and Revues. His is, indeed, an enviable record. MARVIN FRIEDMAN Chiropodist Academic Marvin always was a quiet fellow, never getting excited at anything. This helped him win many friends. Marvin did much around the school as a member of the Lunchroom and Traffic Squad, and the Outside Patrol. He was also an outstanding member of the Physiology and Latin Clubs. ,ROBE T FRISCH Dentist Academic Bob was one of the quiet fellows of the class. A member of the Honor Section, he found time to serve on the Traffic Squad and Library Squad, organizations which were greatly aided by his services. IAMES THOMAS FRIEL Success as a Builder Honor Roll Industrial Building Pat is one of those rare fellows. His smile and ready wit were always welcomed among his fellow workers and classmates. His work in the Stagecraft and Garden Clubs have laid a foundation for his future life. Pat was an executive committeeman for three terms, as well as a Senator and Alternate many times. SYLVESTER L. GAITKOWSKI, IR. EUGENE IOHN GALLAGHER iv. Chemical Engineer I Academic Possessed of a happy-gtilucky ,na,fgne, Gene w well liked by is fellow classmates. I His quiet dis sitio and refusal, 1' get aiigry made those who ately apprjciafe him all theizmogz. den! did mu h to upho d the prin iples of the school as triember of the Outside Patrol. WILLIAM-JIUHOMAS GARDNER Civil Engineer Mechanic Arts A very active member in extra curricular activities, William has been on the Library and Lunchroom Squads. He was a candidate for the Track Team, was on the inter- class Basketball Team, and also served as an Alternate. GEORGE GAMBLE K. Commercial Photographer . Academic George, although a quiet and , rved fellow, is a grand person to know. His lack of ctivities may be attributed to his endeavor to improve ' hotographic skill. Some day Stenographer Commercial Sylvester always found time to serve his school on some squad. He was of invaluable aid to the school as a member of the Traffic, Lunchroom and Library Squads. Sy'vester was also a member of the Spanish and Stenography Clubs he will "click" hw! tof e. IT' Xu GEORGE EDWAR !GASSIN Professor of Engineering I I Industrial George is known as Talented singer by all Northeasters. He has been iii severH2tI. E. Revues and festivals. He also sang in the Glef"Club and the Vocal Ensemble. The Locker, Lunchroom and Outside Squads were also aided by Ge rgeaxervices. 54 f .JT HARRY GASTROCK Machinist Industrial Mechanics Harry is known around the school as "Mr. Smith's best friend." He has served as an Alternate and on the Out- side Squad, and is a very enthusiastic follower of sports. ROBERT GAULT Trouble Shooter Industrial Electric Robert has been on the Gym Locker Squad, the Lunch- room Squad, and on the inter-class Football Team. He has shown true Northeast spirit by energetically supporting the school's activities. THOMAS I. GAYNOR To Wave a Baton Industrial Mechanics Actively engaged in inter-class sports, among them Softball and Football, "Tom" was a well-known figure in Northeast's halls. He served faithfully on the Lunchroom Squad, and was known for his great service to our school. THOMAS GIOIA Become a Mechanical Engineer Hon o l nic Arts Thomas st ' for the i thi in life. Apprecia- tion of clas.1 1 aking friends are his foremost characteri s. e has served in the School Band, on the Record Book Staff, and was on the N. E. Track Team. ED RD DRISDAL GLASS JOSEPH GLATZ A Good lob Mec 'c Arts Ed's quiet natur wwf Fev f ac' ar ' ol ' . s a mem er of both Cy Traffic Squads he did excellent work. Ed's work in the lunior and Senior Orchestra did much to put the Revues and Senate Plays over with a bang. A Success in Ind. Life Industrial Mechanic loseph's magnetic personality has acquired for him the title of the "Casanova of Fourth Street." He has been an Alternate, a Captain of the Bowling Team, and as a student has come up to N. E. standards. FRED GLOVER College Ccornxrieroial Lift! Academic Fred had a knen 'ntdest in horseback riding, was a mem- ber of thet,Riding. Stub, and served on the Traffic Squad. His friendly a'ttitude'has garnered him many friends during his stayg at Northeast. He was a member of the Honor Section and was on the Honor Roll several times. 55 FRED GOETTELMAN Electrical Engineer A Mechanic Arts Fred's joking,always made him new friends and made his old friends admire him the more. Fred was twice mem- ber of the Second Baseball Team and once on the Second Football Team. He served the school faithfully as a mem- ber of the Gym Locker Squad as well as an Alternate. CHARLES GOLDBERG To by a Millionairehk Commercial Charlie Lliked ftlsorts of jokes, especially his own. A member of the Traffic Locker Squads, he was also an Alternate. In sxparts, Charles eiicelled as a member of the inter-class Basketball Team. " AU' ALLEN GOLDSTEIN Successful Business Man Commercial Always with some new joke at hand, "Al" has won his way into the hearts of his classmates. A member of the Traffic, Library and Locker Squads, he intends to earn his money by capitalizing his business tendencies. DAV D GOLDBERG Diesel Engineer Academic Hlgaven is the sort of allow Aw likefto talk. about he worlgn en he qiadggteati w e to se e . owe , espito' . ilkfhe es have a good knowledge of our earth and its won ers. Dave is decidedly mechanically minded. ' HERMAN GOLDSTEIN Successful Business Man Commercial Herman was a member of the Traffic Squad and of the Outside Squad. He is very humorous and has many friends among both the students and the teachers and is well liked for his good sportsmanship. IEROME GOODMAN Court Stenographer Honor Roll Commercial Beside his many t' ities, lerome's was often seen on t Honor He Xas a of the Camera Club, Sten a lub, Softgfa Tea a d the inter-class Football Te e was als Alternate. lerome's small stature a L big smile we well known throughout the school. X ADDISON C. GOTTSHALK, IR. Executive Academic "Daddy" served on the Traffic, Locker and Library Squads. He was Megaphone Copy Editor, and a member of the following clubs: Table Tennis, Current Events, Hi-Y, Bowling and Riding. He also played on inter-class Soft- ball Teams, and was a member of the Honor Section. PAUL GORIN Chemist Honor Roll Academic Paul was one ot the most intelligent fellows in the class. He included among his activities: Biographical Editor of the Record Book, Spanish Club, Library Squad. Paul had a personality that made him many friends. WILLIAM G. GRAY the Record Book. 56 To be a Success in Life Vocational Art Bill is always ready to crack a joke but can easily be serious. He likes to draw and is very adept at it as every book he had was decorated with samples of his art As witness to his skill, he was appointed to the Artist Staff of HOWARD GREEN Government Academic Quiet and reserved, Howard at all tirnesfmaintained his placiagialeuife. An a tv? member ofthe' Latin Club, he likes a f hQpeciaIized in Baseball, at which he is rather proficient. HAYWOOD M. GREENE ROBERT GREEN To Succeed in Life Industrial Auto Bob was active in all school affairs. He was the Captain ot the 1940 Champion Indoor Baseball Team, a member ot the Library Squad, Record Book Staff, Camera Club, and Maintenance Squad. He has become a pal to all who know him, especially those who laugh at his jokes. ALFRED A, GRILLI Teacher Academic Haywood, probably the quietest fellow in the'school, was a member ot the Booker' Squad and Bible Club. Firmly believing fin, the mottoz' "Do Unto Others as You Would Want! Them to Do Unto You," he has lived up to it Doctor Academic "Al," besides playing baseball, has belonged to the Lunchroom Squad and the Outside Patrol Squad, where his services have been very valuable. He has been the sports expert ot the class, answering any and all questions on admirably. athletics, particularly those concerning baseball. MARTIN GUT HIGIAN Radio Entertainer Commercial "Chick" has been one ot the leaders ot the class. He has been a member of the Trattic Squad, Locker Squad and Spanish Club, besides being a Senator. A great fellow to know, he was one of the reasons why we enjoyed our stay at Northeast so much. BEN GUYGER Aeronautical Engineer Mechanics Arts n,,w as in the Mecharylrts Course, would like to beco I n aeronautical obn on the Ho r , served n the "Cf CMIS Btfkcutive Com ttee and as a ticket collector 'at the, Senate Plays. , . , , Ben can be humorous or serious, ashhe dccasion demands. IACK HAIGHT Transport Pilot - Commercial lack was well known tor his athletic ability as a member ot the Football, Swimming, and Baseball Teams. He par- ticipated in class sports as well. He was President ot the Commercial Geography Club, member ot the Lunchroom and Bicycle Squads, and received fine marks in his studies, 57 GEORGE W. HAINES, IR. Commercial Radio Operator Industrial Electric George is one ot those mountain tolk, having been Presi- dent ot the Hill Billy Club. He was also President ot the Radio Club and took part in the Revues as a member ot the Hill Billy Band, besides being a member ot the Riding Club. WILLIAM C. HALDEMAN Naval Officer Industrial Auto Bill, the "Daddy Long Legs" of his class, often had his name on the Honor Roll signifying his intellectual ability. Although his activities were few he numbered among his classmates many friends. GEORGE C. HALLSTEIN HARRY K. HALE Professional Baseball Player Industrial Mechanics Harry is a very athletic minded lad. His greatest desire is to play professional baseball under the watchful eye of Connie Mack, While here at school he took the Industrial Mechanics Course, and was an Alternate and a member of the "C" Class Executive Committee. ROBERT E. HALLSTEIN Lawyer Academic Always perfectly groomed, George hopes to become a lawyer. He was a member of the House of Representatives, Law Club, Bible Club and Camera Club. He was also a faithful member of the Traffic, Library and Locker Squads. Success . Academic An ardent s orts fa , Bob leatherized lungs hlchl ta' ortheast on to its inevigg I o y fo iod of four years. Rarely seen but often heard, Robert's famous cheer has become a He has served his school well. legend among his classmates. WILLIAM HAMILTON To Play Professional Baseball Industrial Bill has been an Alternate and has taken part in inter-class Basketball. He likes to get into arguments on any matter, but does not mind losing, as he usually does. His good sportsmanship has won him many friends. OSEPH HAMMOND Minister Academic Ioe likes to tell other people his philosophy of life and invariably it brings an argument. He has represented his section several terms as a Senator and an Alternate. loe's ability for speaking will no doubt aid him in achieving his ambition. HARRY HAND To Get a Iob Industrial Electric A friend to all, Harry will always lend a helping hand or offer some kind word when needed. A member of the inter-class Football and Basketball Teams, Harry played Second Team Football and was an officer on the Outside Squad. 58 THOMAS E. HANKIN Like the Weather Uncertain onor Roll Academic As fo his ambi , puts it, "like the weathfmtain' e was President of the Bible Study Cub in the "B" and "A" Classes, and his name often appeared on the Honor Roll. ROBERT H. HANNUM Successful Electrical Career Industrial Electric Bob was often on the Honor Roll, and part in many school activities. Among these .welseftfhe Library Squad, Lunchroom Squad, inter-claqsijdtball, Track Team and the Championship Cross chi-liitry Team. Bob was also a Senator and an Alternhtb, and, because of his genial nature, he had quite a following. EDWIN S. HART BENIAMIN C. HARRISON Draftsman Mechanic Arts Ben's ambition to become a successful draftsman should be realized, if his work at Northeast was any criterion. His work showed definite promise. Ben was one of the prominent runners on Coach Alexander's Cross Country Team. HENRY . HART Banker Commercial Ed was very active in school. He was a member of the Bible Club, Current Events Club, and Library Squad. He was also on the Track Team, took part in the inter-class sports, and was a member of the Record Book Staff. He was famous for his good nature and his industriousness. Track Coach, N. .E. H.,.S. Mechanic Arts Famous throughout the State for his performances was our Captain of the Track Team and of the Championship Cross Country Team. Henry was also a member of the Executive Committee, Prom and Dance Committee, Athletic Award and Budget Committee, and he served as a Senator and Alternate. WILLIAM H. HARTLEY fa. GEORGE A. HARTZELL To Help Others onor Roll Academic Compiling an enviable scholastic record, Bill partici- pated in extra curricular activities. He was given a Senate Award for service on the Traffic, Library and Locker Squads, as News Editor of the Megaphone, and tor membership in the Hi-Y, Bible and Astronomy Clubs. He was a Senator, and a member of the Record Book Staff, Executive Com- mittee and Prom Committee. Play Boy Mechanic Arts George is the type of fellow who spreads happiness wherever he goes. He has been a member of the Outside Squad, Locker Squad, Fencing Club and the Table Tennis Club, besides taking part in inter-club Softball. George is a baseball enthusiast and has supported Northeast in all its projects. IRVING HASNESS To Sleep Late Commercial There is never a dull moment when Irv is around to inject bits of humor. He has helped brighten our days when an exam wouldn't. While at Northeast Irv played inter-class Football and "took the cake" when it came to looks. 59 WILLIAM T. HAWKES v .. To Know Something About Everything Industrial Drafting Bill was President of the Aero Club, was on the Bicycle Squad, and made the Honor Roll a good many times. He never exerted himself to please, because his pleasing per- sonality always did it for him. IOHN P. HAYES Expert Machinist Industrial Iohn is one of our muscle men, for he could always be seen lifting weights of various shapes and sizes. However, he also used his strength to play football and basketball, and he is very adept at these sports. Iohn is always smiling and, therefore, very popular. IOHN HEENAN Major League Baseball Player Academic Because of his broad grin, Iohn has many friends. He is always playing practical jokes but can take them as well. Iohn played on the Varsity Baseball Team in l939 and 1940, and he took his game very seriously. His playing showed it. LEONARD HEIMAN Automobile Mechanic Industrial Len came to us from Wagner Iunior High with his sar- castic bits of humor. Always looking for an argument, he has developed into a fine debater who usually loses the point, therefore he has decided to lay aside a political career to become a mechanic. IOSEPH A. HELD To be a Success Commercial The Confucius of the class, curly-headed Ioe always had a wise philosophic saying when he greeted you. While at Northeast, loe belonged to the Skating Club, of which he was the Secretary, and the Megaphone Staff. He was a Senator and a star in the Revue. CHARLES HERMAN HENRY O. HERRMANN V .,,, f . ,Va - ., ..,,vV'f'f Professional Baseball Player Commercial "Bing" has been most active in the political side of the school. He was a member of the Executive Committee twice, Alternate, Senator, Megaphone Representative, and on the School Assemblies Committee, plus being an outstand- ing member of the Pitching Staff of the '39 and '40 Baseball Teams. His sense of humor will long be remembered. Mechanical Engineer . A 'V It lnd.ifptrfal!Mechanics Henry is a verfffrtiientlilfw but his good humor is kriowla tagltyflfie his often been on the Honor Roll, for he qoftifgtlyr had hy nose in a book. X I 'JI-fARRY'HILKOWITZ Doctor - Academic Henry has been ver y active in school, lqeirig a member of theylfti Cbgbf-Li rary Scfuad and thcl Traffic Squad. He is so I what of a itLeQa1Qqfaud?11etfer flafds things too seriously, with the exce ffon of motion picturelr. ' 60 ' ' LAWRENCE HILL Airplane Mechanic Industrial Auto He talks, eats, and, perhaps, sleeps aviation. Lawrence was a member of the Airplane Club for four years. Having taken the Industrial Auto Course, Lawrence has high hopes of becoming an excellent airplane mechanic. CHARLES HOBBS Physical Educator Academic Charley is one of those fellows who likes to listen to other people talk and then burst out with some words of wisdom. His school life has been very active. He was on the Champion Cross Country and Track Team. Also he has represented his section as Senator several terms. WILLIAM HOLLOWAY Movie Director Commercial His extra curricular activity was limited by outside re- sponsibilities. Bill managed, however, to serve as Mega- phone Representative in his capacity as Alternate. A loyal Northeaster, as we all are, William hopes to attain his wealth in Hollywood. WILBERT HOLDSWO TH Draftsman ustrial Mechanics A member of they Lock r,-qggdolfunchroom Squads, and a Megaphon RW V ve, Wilbert has many friends. Af er lifduigonx il hopes to become a Draftsman, and riozdfbi 'till , as the course he followed at Northeast has pf pared him for ii. CHARLES HOPKINS lndustrial Engineer Industrial Building record as a Northeast supporter. HARRY B. HORNICKEL Undecided Academic Harry, who had very little time for activities at Northeast, was well liked by all those he came in Contact with. I It - ' I . . I ' VINCENT HOSACK Business I Commercial Vince has stood out in school citizenship and scholastic ability since he entered Northeast. A member of the Traffic Squad and Outside Squad, Vince also had time for inter-class Football. lt will be a long time before we forget his humor. JOHN HORRIDGE Airomechanist Industrial Auto Serving the Traffic Squad diligently for the two terms, Iohn holds to his credit a number of Honor Roll certificates which more than make up for his lack of extra curricular activities, ANDREW HOUSER 61 Charlie, who took the Industrial Building Cour e was a member of the Second Football Team, Captain of the Locker Squad, member of the Lincoln Region, and an Alternate Chas., as the fellows often called him, boasted an envious To Graduate Mechanic Arts "Andy" liked to regard sports of all kinds as his hobbies since he was active in inter-class sports throughout his school career. He was also interested in mechanics and wished to develop this to a high degree of perfection FRANCIS HUFNAGEL To be Successful Industrial Electric "Franny" was an ardent school supporter, taking an active part in the support of all school projects, such as the Revues and athletic contests. His favorite hobby of tinker- ing with small electric motors is not odd, when you know Franny to be a "live wire." ANDREW I. HUMMEL, IR. Success , Mechanic Arts m el . e . an alte ate almost every term of his s . He was a Senator once and served on ecord B Staff. Through vast experience he is well known and liked by his fellow students and was always ready to help people in distress. DAVID HUNSBERGER To Get a Good lob Industrial Electric David's favorite subject is electricity, which he is trying to specialize in. He was also a supporter of all inter-class sports and school projects, and he took pride in his neat and clean appearance at all times. BERNARD M. HYDER Veterinarian Academic Bernie's friends all agree that he is a capable and active student eing interested in le , Be ie specialized in Int .. s 0 e Current Events Club, and the Traffic Squa as aided by his work. WALTER HYDUK LOUIS I. IERARDI Chemist Mechanic Arts Walt believes that he can consider swimming his favorite sport as it prompted him to become a swimming candidate. Bob Hope seems to be Walt's favorite character, and we can hardly blame him for his choice. Obtain a Position at . C. i Commercial Louis was a ca idate for the Track Team and anyfactive officer of the Bicycle He also was Qjdp-g7fbQQ!of the Inter-School Dance Co1mmittee, and achieved great popu- larity as a result. CLAR EE EI IGNATOVIG Undetermined Honor Roll Commercial Because of his studious nature, he had very little time for extra curricular activities. However, while at North- east, Clarence was a member of the Record Book Typing Staff 62 , 1 -.--MQILAN ILLICH To be a Success Industrial Electric Milan found leisure time to be an active officer ot the Library and Traffic Squads, and also manager of the Track Team. He furthered his activities by his partici- pation on the Library Softball Team. WILLIAM IULIUS I 0 - R. ROBERT INSETTA 'Y Y . Medical Doctor 7 t Academic To be a Success Commercial William is aid - e- 1 - ver of swing music He Bob was an occasional member of the Honor Roll, and reg olom a a his favorite character was interested in commercial work as a hobby He re in th oo wearing neat clothes and a broad mile e in e most immaculate boys garded himself as at the top of the list when it came to ' l. ' s ' . RAYMOND L. IAMES Make Money Commercial Ray was well liked around the school, as he was always wearing a smile. He enjoyed good music, and was also a supporter of inter-class sports in which he participated IAMES B. IANS Aviation Mechanic Industrial Mechanic lames was a great boy for helping the school, as he served on the Traffic, Library, Locker and Lunchroom Squads. He was also a member of the Fencing, Engineering and actively. Slide Rule Clubs. WILLIAM E. IERROM 1 . Good Business Executive Industrial Bill, who was occasionally on the Honor Roll, was a mem- ber ot the "A," "B," and "C" Class Executive Committees, and the Riding Club. He served as an Alternate of the Senate twice. Bill, who is also a Hi-Y member, was always ready with a joke, another contributing factor to his popu- larity. STEWART D. IORDAL ALAN W. IONES I Chemical Engineer Honor Roll Academic Alan was occasionally on the Honor Roll, and served the school with his activities as a Library Squad member and Senator. He participated in inter-class sports vigor- ously, and was a candidate for the Track and Baseball Teams. GEORGE IOSEPH To Pay Income Tax Commercial "Stu" was a member of the 1939 Championship Swim- ming Team, Biography Staff of Record Book, Lunchroom and Traffic Squads, "B" and "C" Class Executive Commit- tees, and "B" Class Prom Committee. He also was an Alternate and a Megaphone Reporter. He is interested in business and music as hobbies. 63 Professional Baseball Islayer Industrial Auto George, a faithtul baseball lan, served on the Gym Locker Squad for three successive terms, His love for baseball prompted him to be a candidate for the Varsity Squad, and he was an active player on the inter-Class Team. ZAVIN KACHIGIAN Employed in an Electrical Concern Industrial Electric Zavin's favorite sports are track and football. He was a candidate for both teams. Seriousness, ambition, and coop- erativeness all aided in creating for Zavin a large following of friends. BENIAMIN KATZ IOSEPH KARASO Athletic Director Industrial Arts "Toe," although not an active team member, enjoys football and baseball, and would like to make a career of them. Besides his interest in sports, he also enjoyed music of all kinds, SAM KATZIN lournalist Honor Boll Academic Ben received a Senate Award for his activities, which included Captain of the Fencing Team, News Editor and Advertising Manager of the Megaphone. He was a mem- ber of the House of Representatives, German, Latin, Cur- rent Events, Debating and Fencing Clubs, and an officer of the Library, Locker, Lunchroom and Outside Squads. Optometrist Academic Sam, who is a firm believer in the saying: "There is no trouble or worry that can keep us from smiling," was an active Squad Member, seeing service on the Garden, Traffic and Outside Squads. Sam was well known for his ability to give and take a joke. l CHARLES KAUFMANN K. Forester Academic Charlie served on the school's Cross Country Team for two years, and his one amibtion in life was to become a Forester. Always looking for the humorous side of lite, Charlie's caustic comments will long be remembered. DANIEL I. KEEGAN HOWARD GEO G KEEHFUSS Radio Announcer Industrial Electric Howard was on the Freshman Track Team, served as an Alternate, was on the Library and Traffic Squads, member of the Bible Club and "A" Class Executive Committee. He is a quiet sort of fellow, and strives to please others. FRED KELLNER Transport Pilot , f' I , Mechanic Arts Dan was a member of the 1939 Championship Football Team. He served as an 'Alternate and was later appointed t the Senate Awards Committee. Everyone liked Dan be- c usd oflhis personality, a matter which will no doubt be- orne a legend throughout the school. 64 Mechanical Engineer Academic Fred as a member of the Honor Section and President of t e I erman Club. The Inter-High School .Gernlan Club also Q ea-ted hfm to the office of Presidsnf l-I'is.other activi- tieszinclifde the Vice-Presidency of the Camera Club, Out- side Squad, Inter-Club Softball, arid Locker Squad. THOMAS KELLOGG Airplane Pilot Commercial An exceedingly active student, with his school's welfare at heart, "Tom" was a member ot the Lunchroom Squad. Well liked by all, his services will long be remembered. PHILIP R. KENSINGER RICHARD N. KELLY Business Ex I ive Commercial A gre fellow to k w one 's wa ady to lend a elpi nd, Di as a pr i n Northe st's Ilamera C Well s y mor and ex el - - photographic ability, e s carve place for hims f in o great school. THOMAS W. KENT Electrical or Radio Engineer Honor Roll Mechanic Arts Phil was on the Bicycle Squad and was a very active member of the Radio Club. His lifelong ambition is to become a Radio or Electrical Engineer. His many friends will long remember his humor and constructive ability. To be a Beau Brummel Industrial Electricity Tom was a member of the Second Swimming Team, served on the Outside and Traffic Squads, and was a manager of "E" Class Cross Country Team. He was known to his friends as a swell fellow and his open-handed assistance will not soon be forgotten. ADO H " " KESSEL Professional Baseball and Basketball Player I A Industrial Electric Art was a member of Northeast's 1939 and 1940 Baseball Team. He took part in inter-class Baseball, Basketball, and Football, was a member of the Gym Locker Squad, and was well liked by everyone. Always seen lending a help- ing hand when needed, Art will be remembered for the invaluable aid he gave. ERNEST KINDIG Electrician 'fu Industrial Electric Erne was an ardent supporter of the Theatrical Electrical Club, serving four terms of his schcol life on it. CErne isn't bashful, but is quiet in his manrerisms. His ideal character is the present President of the United States, F. D. Roosevelt., Although not the bashful type, he dis- closed an amazingly complacent view on life and took it all in his stride. THOMAS KING An Electrical Engineer Industrial Electric Tom was a member of the Engineering Club and an active member of the Lincoln Legion. He liked to have a good time and became well known at his hobby, Roller Skating. Hoping to become an electrical engineer in later life, he is shooting for a high mark, which he will no doubt achieve. 65 GEORGE KIRSCHENMANN To be a Success Commercial He possessed a fine sense of humor and a cheery dispo- sition for which we will long remember him. George served willingly and efficiently on the Bicycle Squad. Well liked for his willingness to aid fellow students he gained many loyal friends. SEYMORE KLASTORIN To Succeed in My Chosen Field Industrial Auto An efficient member of the Gym Locker Squad, Seymore would while away his leisure hours in the pursuit of his hobby, photography. A loyal Northeaster and a swell fellow, he will long be remembered as a great friend to all. WILLIAM H. KM TZ RAYMOND KLOTZ Engineer , 1 I. Academic Flay was a member df the Lens Grinding and Astronomy Clubs. He ,w,al'-very active about the school and took an intqylerif "everything He will be remembered for his great in rest in sports and the loyal support he gave North- east athletic events. He was well liked by his fellow students and was always Annapolis Honor Roll Academic Bill, an outstanding student, was Number One Man of the Tennis and Table Tennis Teams. For his work on the Traffic,A Library and Garden Sqpadsfand his seifvice in the AZ9EZ?!14i.g,Jaa9i,,.l1a.9nqe,1fEverrfQ, Clubs, he w g' a Senate Award. He was also Ggpy Editor of the Megaphone, Clerk of the Tribunal, and one of the WILLIAM KNOBBE To be Rich Industrial Auto Bill holds a record which is worth while mentioning. During his stay at Northeast he was neither absent nor late. "B" and "C" Class Executives. willing to make new friends. ILLIAM KNOPF Industrial Designer Industrial Bill was on the "B" Class Dance Committee and a Cap- tain of the Locker Squad. He was a very nice fellow to know, and when any help was needed he was always on the iob. His fellow students knew him for his alibis which were both complicated and amazingly efficient. PAUL KOLODII CHARLES KOCH Commercial Advertising Commercial Charlie is the guiet type who always likes to mind his own business. He served on the Traffic Squad throughout the school, was a Senator and an active member of the Skating Club. IOHN A. KOLTES History Teacher Academic ul s note around t scho for line disposition a kee I hum r. ' ling to have a Paul served on the Library ad and Camera Club with unusual sincerity. 66 Physician Honor Roi Academic lohn crowned his achievements at Northeast as the Editor-in-chief of The Archive. Among his numerous activities were the Physiology Club, Microscopy Society, Bible Study Club, Senate Plays and Revues, Senator, Alternate, "A" and "B" Class Prom Committees, and "B" Class Executive Committee. EDWIN KOLOWSKI Become a Success in Lite lndustrial Mech. Ed must have been born with a basketball in his hand, tor he has been one of the outstanding players in interscho- lastic competition for the past two years. He was well liked about the school and supported all school activities with great enthusiasm. LEON KOMAR Electroplater Academic Leon was on the Second Swimming Team of 1936, a member of the House of Representatives, and an otticer on the Lunchroom and Traffic Squads. Well liked and well known tor his many deeds, he will long be remembered. IOSEPH KOWIT To Own a Chain ot Restaurants Industrial Building loe is a tall, dark and handsome young chap, always joking with teachers and fellow students. Whenever a triend was in need, he was always there to lend assistance. He served on the Locker and Traffic Squads and was well known as an active inter-class basketball player. EDWARD KOZEMPEL Singer Commercial Ed served as an Alternate for several terms and was a spark ot humor in all the classrooms. His ambition is to become a great singer. Ed should be a great success in lite. RUSSELL E. KRATZER, IR. GEORGE KROUSE Music Mechanic Arts "Russ" was an active member ot the Locker and Outside Squads and an Alternate in the Senate. He was also a member ot the Revue Orchestras of 1938, 1939, and 1940. He served on the Freshman Football Team and the Senior High Festival Orchestra. "School-Ship Annapolis" Mechanic Arts George ,as an outstanding student in the school ranks. He was t tl n ll an s rv d s an Alterngtl g a ' it any, he hopes to receive admi sion to the "School-Ship Annapolis." LOUIS KUHN, IR. Be a Millionaire Industrial Lou served on the Trattic and Library Squads. He was a Class Alternate and a Class Executive and his interest in sports was great. All his triends knew him as a swell tellow. Lou was on the Honor Roll as well. 67 'ROBERT KULL Commercial Exceedingly popular with his fellow classmates, Bob's quiet nature aroused the envy ot many. He supported his school taithtully and because ot the services he ren- dered was well liked by all. JACK C. KULP Clergyman Academic "J. C.," a member of the Honor Section, received a Sen- ate Award for his services on the Megaphone Staff, Out- side Library, and Garden Squads, and for membership in the Hi-Y, Senate, Band, and Bible, French, Latin, Physiol- ogy, Table Tennis and Current Events Clubs, and the House of Representatives. He was also a member of the cast of the 1939 Senate Play. CHESTER K IEWSKI Civil Service Appointment Commercial Although Chester never took part in any of the school activities he did his best to support them. "Ches" is a fine fellow with a cheerful disposition, lending a helping hand to all those who needed it. Always there with a smile, his good nature made him many friends. LEON KUTER Dentist Honor ll Academic Leo was prominent in th s extra curricular activi- ties. Most of his activ' oncerned the House of Rep- resentatives wher e office of Deputy Speaker, and Treasurer. Leo n the Record Book Staff, and also served on the Tr Squad. He participated in Intra-Mural Sports, and was also a member of the Current Events Club. JOHN KUZMA Office Worker Commercial John never was a conscientious student who was liked by all his classmates. Though he participated willingly in school functions, he found little time for extra curricular activities. WALTER KWASINSKI JOHN WESLEY LA BOLD 5730 VanDyke Street President of' Some Large Concern Acad mic' Walter one offthe felldwsfori thfefiograplh m- mittee of the Record Book. Although not very active around the school, he was well liked by his fellow students. He has a pleasing personality which gained him many new friends. Farmer Mechanic Arts John participated in the Northeast Mineral Club, Engi- neering Club, Garden Squad and Library Squad. He worked very hard to achieve good marks and would often help a fellow student caught in the undertow of compli- cated studies. WILLIAM LAIRD Chemical Engineer Honor Roll Academic William participa in he following activities: Pho- tographer on the eaord ook and Megaphone Staff, member of X e ittee, and President of the Camera Club He opular student who has won and will continue to win any new friends. 68 WILLIAM F. LAMPMAN , Bigjygss Career or Veterinary, Commercial 1 , 1 gil ok pert 'ri nly one activity dufing his stay at N0fiheQf.f.1rs"a iffrwinsger uefheipgaffhe rfsaameam greatly. Therefore, we are in debt to him for his time and effort, both given courteously and generously. WILLIAM LARGE Commercial Radio Operator Industrial Electric William never took part in any sports or school activi' ties, but he has become popular with almost all who know him. Hard working, and possessing a tine personality, "Bill" is well liked by all. 1 Q --" u I, Q rl K MQ' MICHAEL L RYNKIEWICZ, IR. 9 I Radio Technician 'Air i I Industrial Electric "Mike" wa dxlhumorous sort of fellow. He was well lik d tg h' ol disposition and his pleasing personality and ly smile have won him many new friends to whofm e has been very loyal. ERNEST LEBICK CHARLES LEBOW Civil Engineer Industrial Mechanics To be a Success Academic ie F ond Fogfball Team as Gaining praise as a member of the 1939-40 Gym Team, ell embe h econ iw Team. Serving and afmernbelr-of the Lunchroom Squad, Charles also was e Locker Sq , Traffic and iographical Staff active: in dufside sports, and was a menibef-of the Fencing o e Record Boo , this well n wn chap was elected to Club. the office of Senator and Executive Committee. CHARLES WILLIAM LEFFERTS CHARLES HENRY LEIBFRIED Annapolis Mechanic Arts To Enter Some Phase of Aviation Industrial Electric Charlie's activity was shown by his membership in the As indicated by his ambition, "Chubby" is deeply inter- Garden, Bicycle Squad, Lunchroom Squad and Dancing ested in aeronautics. If Charlie continues to persevere, Club. His name often graced the Honor Roll. CASIMIR LEMPA Expert Machinist Industrial Mechanics On the average, "Cas" is a very quiet fellow, who is willing to help anyone out when in need. Mathematics and other subjects along this line gave him the least trouble, as he naturally excelled in these studies. he will undoubtedly be one of our future pilots of the sky giants. ANTHONY A. LE Undecided Industrial Electric Anthony, an Honor Roll member, played an active part on the Basketball Team. If he shows the initiative which he used in his school work, we are sure he will realize his ambition quickly. 69 To be a Success Commercial Maisie," as his schoolmates called him, has been on the Honor Roll occasionally. He was in the Band, Orches- tra Retail Selling Club, Fencing Club, Traffic Squad and N E Revues. Although he participated in all these activi- ties not much could be heard from him because of his quiet MAURICE H. LEVIN FREDERICK I . LEWIS To Get a Iob and Keep It Industrial Mechanics Fred was a member of the Bank for three terms, as well as a member of the Orchestra for two terms. He also served on the Locker Repair Squad, Locker Squad, and Traffic Squad. He took part in inter-class sports, namely, Baseball and Basketball, for which he was well known. HERBERT LEVINE Commercial Teacher Commercial High in the social life of Northeast stood Herb, who was a member of the Outside Squad, Commercial Geography Club and Senior Glee Club. He took part in the All Senior High Musical Festival. He also participated in inter-class Basketball and Softball, IOHN LEWIS To Make a Million Honestly Industrial Auto Iohn is a congenial, all around good fellow, whose name often graced the Honor Roll. He was a Senator twice and was a member of the Track Team. This good natured fellow was always willing to cooperate with anything the school undertook and could be counted on for loyal and efficient support. ERIC P. LIEBETRUTH Aeronautical Engineer Commercial Eric lacked one important characteristic, that was a certain amount of aggressiveness. He has, however, rapidly regained it through his sudden interest in becoming an aeronautical engineer. WILLIAM LOCKTON Mechanical Draftsman Industrial Mechanics "Bill" likes good music, chiefly marches and old fash- ioned songs. The radio has some good comedians, but his chief source of amusement during lunch period is Henry Otto Herrman. His school life has run smoothly and quietly in the enjoyment of his classmates good fellowship. 70 HERBERT LOCKSTANOW College Academic Herb's activity was shown by his membership on the Second Cross Country Team, Table Tennis Team, and Locker Squad. His name often graced the Honor Roll, and his loyal spirit was widely heralded. GORDON LOEB Textile Engineer Academic "How-elb" was the comedian of the Honor Section, and was a member of the Megaphone Staff, serving on the Out- side, Library and Traffic Squads, as well. He was also a member of the House of Representatives, and participated in the Northeast Revue. IOHN I. LOFTUS Play Boy Commercial Although he was very quiet, "John" took a great interest in his studies. He always had a smile for his numerous friends. His chief interests after school hours centered about sports and good music. He was also a member of the Locker Squad and the Lincoln Legion. JOSEPH ALFRED LOMAS WILLIAM A. LOGAN Fireman Mechanic Arts 1 ll 'J 1 was very popular among HB-Hu S . ' E . his clas es e . j s which he spread among them ppl be a great factor in a isting him to r c goal in life. HARRY ENGLISH LOWRIE Newspaper Correspondent Academic During his stay at Northeast "Ice" was a hard working student. He spent most of his time studying and working, in order that some day he might achieve his ambition. His attractive personality and pleasant nature gained for him a World's Greatest Miler Industrial Harry was a member of the 1938 Track Team, and the Championship Cross Country Team. It has often been said that he is a humorous person. This may be true on some occasions, but he is really serious whenever he is working great body of close friends. or playing. I CALVIN H. LUCAS Airplane Mechanic Commercial "Cal," whose fondness for mechanics interested him in airplanes, distinguished himself in model airplane building and participation in many contests wherein he showed his constructive ability. With his knowledge he surely should succeed in the aeronautical field. EDWARD W. LYNN HERMAN LUKOFF Radio Engi eer Mechanic Arts "He ' was a very sociable llow and as very well like great m ny f ' class es. ng an industri , c Roll, and als served as Vice-President of the Radi lub. HERBERT P. LYSINGER Another Brady Mechanic Arts Quiet and retiring in the classroom, Edward was ex- tremely active in outside sports, specializing in football and basketball. While at school he gained tame easily as an inter-class soccer player. 71 Mechanical Engineer Mechanic Arts Herbert was a member of the Traffic Squad and Library Squad. Herbert, though not an athlete, has become a popular figure around the school. Due to devoting much of his time to studies he was a good student, and because of his cheery smile and hearty greeting he has made many friends. LLOYD MacDONALD Architect Industrial Building Lloyd was a member of the Locker Squad and Lincoln Legion. He was a hard working student who always en- deavored to do his best. He was well liked and his very pleasing personality has won many close friends. IOHN JOSE M CKUNAS Catch a World's Recor emic Partic tin actively! as a member of our renowned Fencing , ohn was another of our outstanding student gradua . An earnest supporter of all school events, he will long be remembered for his services and popularity. IOHN R. MacNAIR To be a Success Academic Ve wel lik ghois-25230 1 and exceedingly popul qul meerved Miki faithfully as a me ber o our famous Outside Patrol. CHARLES MADLE Professional Baseball Player Industrial Mechanic Favoring metal work as his best subject, Charles, when in the proper spirit, unburdens his wit and humor upon the nearest living object. A great baseball enthusiast, he specializes in the sports, boxing and wrestling, being con- sidered rather proficient in all. RAY MAGENTA WILLIAM MAHER Newspaper Correspondent Academic While at Northeast, "Ray" didn't take part in many activi- ties, but he did become a member of the Delta Sigma Kappa Fraternity, and through this club he has been introduced to many activities, such as, skating, dancing, and bowling. However, his chief interest in life is to be a success in his future occupation, an ambition we all possess. Machinist Mechanic Arts Often gracing our Honor Roll with his name, "Bill" was a member of our famous Second Football Team. Well liked and well known for his wit and humor, he intends to joke his way through life. HENRY MAIKA Educator and Scholar Honor Roll Academic Henry, a genial fellow, had been active in numerous activities. He received a Senate Award, was the Associate Editor of The Archive, member of the Scholastic Honor Society, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Vice- President of the Law Club, Library Squad, Megaphone Staff and Orchestra, also was the Manager of the Inter-Club Softball League, as well as being outstanding in his studies. 72 ROBERT MARIO MALAGOLI Night Club Proprietor I Mechanic Arts Robert was an Alternate of the "B" Class, a Senator of the "A" Class, and a member of the Traffic Squad. He had a pleasing personality with which many new friends were won. A "fire-cracker" in the classroom, he would often explode at the slightest provocation. BRENDON A. MALLIS Machinist Academic "Mal" has been on the Executive Committee, and has also served as a Senator tour times. He devotes most of his spare time to his hobby, which is wood carving. His activity was shown by his membership in many ot the clubs of Northeast. WILLIAM MANOGUE To Travel Honor Roll Industrial Auto "Wild Willie," as his friends call him, has a humorous type of personality. It was his habit to consistently get into some sort of trouble with the Faculty, but he always man- aged to patch up his difficulties. Bill also was a member ofthe Executive Committee, Maintenance Squad and Locker Squad. ALEXANDER MARR, IR. Chemical Engineer Mechanic Arts "Alex" was an example of a great school chum, Although he did not take an active part in clubs, he was liked by all. His friendliness, added to an otherwise attractive person- ality, made him a "swell fellow " ROBERT LEE MARSHALL Air Corps Engineer Commercial As indicated by his ambition, "Bob" is deeply interested in aeronautics. If he continues to go forward in this field, we can forecast for him a noteworthy position in the hall of aviation. While at Northeast he was a member of the Outs side Squad, Bicycle Squad, and Locker Squad, serving all of them well. MES MARTIN IOHN C. B. MARTIN Civil Engineer hagiic Arts Iames was a member of the Libr Sqbadwn the Horse- back Riding Club. Hisqyvitty natcghs gained him many friends, and has, at t ecame time, often landed him in hot water withlhisfteac ers. His humor has added a little many a classroom, and his willingness to aid his fellow tudents has been greatly appreciated. To Keep Single Mechanic Arts "Iohnny" was one of the talkative fellows of our class. He was also an enthusiastic member of the Model Railroad Club and, though he did not engage in sports, he was well liked by his classmates because of his gentle personality. EDWARD MASON Banker Academic The Locker Squad was aided greatly by Ed's service as an officer of the organization. Ed. was a member of the Fencing Club and an Alternate as well. He can proudly boast membership in the Honor Section. 73 PAUL MATTHES To Get the Most Out of Life Commercial Paul was an outstanding member of the Championship Soccer Team for two years. He was also a member of the Honor Roll, Traffic Squad, Lunchroom Squad, Root Squad, and he played inter-class Basketball. DWARD MAY Foreign Correspondent Commercial "Ed" has a very pleasing personality, and has been on the Honor Roll constantly. He dresses well and tries to be business-like in his appearance. "Ed" also takes quite an interest in his school work, as indicated by his marks. IACK MAY , vie Star Commercial s n a member of the "C" Class Executive in 'ttee, a Alternate and Senator, a member of the " Class Prom Committee and Hi-Y. He served on the 1 ter-class Basketball and Football Teams, the Locker guad, and was on the Honor Roll consistently. He was 0 of Northeast's glamor boys. ROBERT MCCARRAHER Airplane Mechanic Mechanic Arts Bob, because of a position which occupied all of his time, was unable to enter into many activities, he did, however, find time to be a candidate for the Track Team. Popular with his class, he dances, likes girls and sports. IAMES T. MCCARRICK Mechanical Engineer Honor Roll Industrial Mechanic lim was rather quiet when he first entered the portals of Northeast, but as he got to know the boys better he became more outspoken. He wishes to model himself after his ideal character, Mr. E. G. Budd. F McCLOSKEY IOHN IOSEPH McGAHAN Multi-Millionaire Playboy Industrial Mechanics While at Northeast Francis was interested in the Track and Cross Country branches of athletics, being a candidate tor these two teams. He likes dances and girls and was popular with his class. Outside of school he specialized in swimming and football. To be a Success Industrial Electric lohn was a fellow who liked to participate in athletic recreation, and, because of this interest, was a member of the Freshman Track Team and the Second Football Team. He also was active in service work to the school, being a member of the Locker Squad. IOHN FRANCIS MCGUCKIN, IR To be a Sailor Mechanic Arts lack has been very a 've g his school career. He served as an Altern a ator, played inter-class Foot- ball and sket oo the 1939 Senate Play, the 1939 and O es, an was a member of the Record Boo t 74 CHARLES IAMES MCHUGH Successful Business Man Honor Roll Commercial Charley was a member of the Library Squad and the Sales Clinic. He has a good goal to work for, and he will undoubtedly achieve it because of his persistent, meticulous nature. MARTIN I. MCMAHON Bowler Industrial Electric Martin, an industrial student, was a candidate for the Baseball Team, and he helped his class in many ways in an attempt to better our school life. WILLIAM H. McMASTER yu Pertect Waltzer 1 Commercial While at Northeast Bill s ember of the Library Squad. He was interested i oller skating, dancing on skates, and music.. Appftbntly subsisting on social affairs fellow to kno he was extre ai with everyone, and was a great CHARLES ROBERT MCSHANE Artist Honor Roll Industrial Mechanics "Mic," an active member of Northeast, was a Senator twice, a member of the "B" Class Executive Committee, a member ot the Iournalism Class, and Artcrafters Club. He served on the "A," "B" and "C" Class Dance Committees, and was a member of the Freshman Track Team of 1936. IAMES McVEY as a Traffic Senior Orchestra 6 1 HARRY MEDD CHARLES WILLIAM METTER Academic Maiptaining a high ,scholastic average throughout his schodl career., Harry seiyed as-aryOtfIcer onfthe Lunch- Mechanical Engineer Mechanic Arts Charles, an industrious and persevering student, served on the Locker Squad three terms. He was known for his humorous remarks and answers, and is also known as a room' Squad 'ana faithfully supported all school activities. IRVIN N. METZ C. P. A. or W. P. A. l Commercial "Metz" enjoyed most sport., din p rticular, but he was prevented from pa ' ' ati n tt due to his work. He was popular with ' ' class a d made many friends while aXN. E' He was a member of the Traffic Squad. . 75 practical joker and a loyal Northeaster. ENRICO MICHETTI Business Executive Commercial Enrico, a very active student, was a member of the Locker, Traffic, and Outside Squads. Besides being a member ot the Commercial Geography Club, he was President during the reorganization of the same and also a Megaphone Representative. MARIO MIGLIONICO Academic Mario was on the Honor Roll occasionally. He was on both the "A" and "B" Class Dance Committees, and the "A" Class Prom Committee. Mario participated in inter- class Basketball and Football. He also served on the Traffic Squad. RALPH M. MILKE United States Naval Officer . Industrial Mechanic Ralph, tho not ver ive in hi schopl y served on the Biogr S t Recor a can- didate f ican tion., etimes an Hono ol stude t, he was noted for morous view- points on life. VITALD MIKSIS To he Somebody Industrial Machinist Vitald's chief interest was sports. He was a member of the Baseball Team. He was mechanically inclined, has been on the Honor Roll occasionally, and, because ot his good nature, was popular with his classmates. ALBERT MILLER To Get a lob ' cademic "Al," . vig Nort . w s fthe Nort - .f as ,- - Be e b 'ng ive in outside spor e -i 5- aith u ly on the Northeast Traffic Squad IOSEPH OTTO MILLER, IR. No. l Draftsman Industrial Mechanics During loe's - a at Northeag X X ainly interested m the ' - . - 1 ' activities. He was ' 6 C l R 0 t 1 x nw. ' a mem :' -X A e 39 an " 0 Track Teams. Through his easy-g X g nature, he made many friends. THOMAS . MINO Radio Technician Industrial Electric Tom, occasionally a member of the Honor Roll, was a member of the 1939 Championship Cross Country Team, and a candidate for the Track Team. His services on the Library Squad Softball Team were given wholeheartedly and with the best results. CHARLE PHILIP MILLS, IR. Civil Engineer Mechanic Arts Charley was active in extra curricular activities, being President of the Engineering Club, a member of the Locker, Library, Lunchroom and Traffic Squads, Record Book Staff, Senior Prom Committee, and participating in inter- class Baseball. Needless to say he has filled all these positions well. ALFRED MINTZ United States Surgeon General Academic Alf was a very active student. A Senate Award recipi- ent, he was on many clubs and squads. He was a member of the Astronomy, Science, Current Events, Table Tennis and the Fencing Clubs. A News Editor of the Megaphone, recipient of the Latin Award, and a member of the Fencing Club, he served diligently on the Library, Outside and Traffic Squads, STANLEY MITCHELL Foreman of a Drafting Shop Industrial Mechanics "Mitch" was a credit to his class, and though he was not very active during his school days, his merry humor and laugh-provoking jokes were well known throughout his classes. WILLIAM MONAHAN JOHN R. MOLLICK Industrial An outstanding member of the Spanish Club and an active officer of the Traffic Squad, lohn was well liked and well known throughout the school. CHARLES MONDILLO Navy Commercial Always there with his ready wit, Bill served on the Gym Locker Squad and the Root Squad. He played on the Second Football Team squad in 1937, ran for the Freshman Track Team, and in 1938-1939 and '40 served on the Varsity Track Team. Musician Industrial Electric Charles, a likeable young fellow, was a member of the 1938 Spring Football Team. Although a bit self-conscious, he managed to get along very well with the fellows, being well liked by all. IOSEPH MONFORTO PETER MONTEFUSCO Orchestra Leader Commercial Ioseph Monforto, commercial student, has served actively in the field of music. He played the saxophone, the clari- net and the drums in the Northeast High School Band. He has been on the Honor Roll at times and has also served on the Outside Squad. College Academic Pete was fairly active in his high school days, being a member of the Locker Squad and the Library Squad. Though not constantly an Honor Student, he served on the Dance Committee of 1940, and took an active part in inter-class sports. STEWART GARWIN MONTGOMERY U. S. Navy Officer Industrial Mechanics Stewart, a likeable chap, was a member of the Northeast Bible Club. He served on the Locker Repair Squad, and was a Senator during his school days. He had a well known sense of humor, which he used to good advantage in the classroom. 77 R E5f,911.LEN MOORE S ess in the utside World Commercial "Cur ' as served on the Traffic Squad of Northeast Hig ol, an as also given his time to the Northeast n Ass ant Baseball Manager and Assistant Track nag r, he also belonged to the Artcrafters. He was li. by his fellow students. I OSE H. MORIO Tool Maker Industrial Arts foe, a mechanically inclined student, had no extra curricular activities, but was sometimes on the Honor Roll. He was well liked and noted for his enthusiastic support ot swing music. ROBERT I. MORROW IOHN ALEX MORRISON To Be My Best Academic lohn was interested mainly in his class work while at Northeast. He wa ' a emher ot the " " and "B" Class Executilvaf Ogtnmitteeyiafgffg d"1B" Class Alger. I of nate and an TA" -C s"Senator. While at Northeast he lived up to his ambition admirably. WILLIAM ROBERT MORROW Mechanic Arts Bob's school spirit was famous throughout Northeast and his loyalty to our great school was a paragon tor the stu- dent body. In his senior year he served as an Officer on Government Worker Industrial Electric "Bill," proud possessor of a convertible personality, was Track Manager of the 1937 Team and an Honor Student on many occasions. All credit is due him, however, as he holds claim to a dogged nature which is fast becoming the Outside Patrol. extinct in the world today. QNLQ- -l.,A.'2.,,n. i CARL H. MOSEBACH Commercial Carl served as a member of the Lunchroom Squad and his ear splitting cheer often at our games was as well known as his popularity. He was an outstanding member of the Current Events Club and his wit was well known through- out the school FRANK . MOTYL VICTOR I. MOSS News Commentator Academic Victor, an Honor Roll student, was not very active in school, although he did participate in outside sports. He was well liked by all his fellow students and was a credit Aircraft Designing Mechanic Arts Frank, an industrious student, is a photography fiend. He had many outside activities. He wasn't a very talk- ative student, an attribute for which many students admired him. 78 to his class and school. iz' Q I-,njsfl . EDWARD ROBERT MREESE Draftsman Industrial Drafting Mreese, a student of the Industrial Drafting Department and actively engaged in Boy Scout activities as First Class Scout, has served as a member of the Northeast Baseball Team. Assisting Mr. Wildemore in the Northeast Senate Plays, he also made ticket charts. WALTER STEPHEN MROCZEK Photography Industrial Electric Walt, a practical joker, was a candidate for the Second Football Team, as well as an Officer on the Northeast ANDREW IOHN MULHOLLAN D Government Position lndus ial Electric Andrew was a me ber of th I. i then 1 th le serve asa ' " " ' per- Locker Squad, and Lunchroom Squad. Very active in sona it ' occ n eiability and trustworthi- outside sports, Walt was a credit to his class and our great ness ere widely kn n school. EMIL l. MUMMERT, IR. IAMES IGNATIUS MUNDY Mechanical Engineer Mechanic Arts Army Pilot Industrial Electric Emil, though not an Honor Roll student, served faith- fully on the Traffic Squad. He didn't partake in many other activities, but he was a humorous chap and known for his friendliness to other students. lim, an active student outside of school, did not partici- pate in many school activities, but was a well liked student among his classmates. He is a lover of nature and outdoors and hopes to travel a lot. NORMAN I. E. MURKEN I AMES MURRAY Officer in the U. S. M. C. Academic Ambitious and anxious to get ahead in life, Norman Opera Singer and Pilot Commercial lames, a good sport and easy-to-get-along-with sort of fellow, served as a member of the Northeast Drum Corps. He took active part in the N. E. Revue of 1939, and hopes some day to achieve fame as a singer. has always been know s tude w o tries h' best to fi hai he has 5 o a ' " ilence i 1 n, e as ita a ou , we ou ave in rman a fut V millionaire. r HN MURRAY tifi d ublic Accountant Commercial lohn wa Senator during his school career and served on the Northeast Library Squad. He was an "A" and "B" Class Executive Committeeman during his Senior year at Northeast. Iohn will, no doubt, be remembered as a quiet and reliable fellow. 79 ROBERT THOMAS MURRAY U. S. Navy Industrial Auto Bob is an industrial student who played inter-class Baseball while in school. He followed his favorite sport, Baseball, with great ardor. He was liked by all his fellow I students. HARRY EDWARD MYERS Prosperous Future Industrial Building Harry, a humorous but rather quiet fellow, was a member of the Locker Squad in 1939, and a member of the Lincoln Legion. Though not active in sports, he was a great foot- ball tang and, by attending all school functions, he demon- strated his loyalty and devotion to Northeast. JOSEPH IOHN NALENCZ Machinist Industrial Mechanics loe, though not an Honor Roll student, served on the Locker Repair Squad, and he was a well liked student, known for his humor and practical jokes. EDWARD L. NEAL Mechanical Engineer Mechanic Arts Eddie, like so many of us, showed that he was a loyal Northeaster by participation in many activities. During his stay here he was a Senator, an Officer of the Outside Patrol and Locker Squads, and also a member of the Slide Rule and Stamp Clubs. R BERT NEEDHAMMER Minister 4 Academic Always walking around with a grin from ear to ear, Bob was a congenial sort of fellow who always got along with the other fellows and the teachers. He made the Honor Roll a number of times and loyally supported all school activities. C RL NEHR FRANK NEUMAYER If Newspaper Reporter Academic Although "Scoop," as he was called around the school, was quiet, he was a great help around the Megaphone Office. He also served four terms on the Library Squad and is an enthusiastic follower of all sports, especially where N. E. is concerned. To Own a Two-Tone Buick Commercial Frank has one of those happy-go-lucky dispositions. While at Northeast he was a member of the Garden Squad and Club. He was also a Megaphone Reporter and Assist- ant School Book Auditor for 1939. JAMES NIXON Engineer A I Mechanic Arts lim's quiet nature was one of his chief characteristics. He preferred to do rather than to say. While at Northeast he played in the Orchestra and Swing Band. He also served on the Record Book Staff, Traffic Squad, Hi-Y, Baseball Team and "B" Class Prom Committee. 80 WALTER T. NOLL Architect MM R .M Industrial Building Walt was a congenial, dependable fellow who partici- pated in many extra curricular activities. He was a mem- ber of the Table Tennis and Garden Clubs, an efficient Officer on the Garden Squad, and a Manager of various teams around Northeast. IRVING NORSOPH Aviator K. lr Academic A smooth dresseft at all times, "Irv" was Class Editor and Alumni and Faculty Editor of the Megaphone. A Senator, and Alternate as well, he served in the 1939 Revue and Spanish and Fencing Clubs. 4 ISADORE NOVICK HERBERT E. VACK To be a Success Academic Besides being' a "swell" fellgjwy Herb was also a fine student., Northeast h6'was'a rneniber ot the Library Squad farfddflas also on the Record Book Staff. Being an excellent horseback rider, he was naturally in the Riding Club, and was also a member of the Latin Club. lACK O'BRIEN Travelling Commercial "Issy" was one of the most modest fellows in the sec- tion. He always managed to get along with his friendly ways. During his stay at N. E., he was a member of the Table Tennis Club, an actor in the N. E. Revues, and an indispensable member of the Office Staff and Library Squad. Politician Honor Roll Academic "A fellow who endeavors to,,be everyone's-friend" de- scribes Iack pxdrtectly,.ygThis iridivlkbl Uluhrfthe bright smile is a very liieaiste fellow' whose personality has won for him many friends. IAM O'BRIEN Commercial Artist Academic William was a member of the Locker Squad, Traffic Squad, and inter-class Baseball Team. Being a loyal Northeaster, "Obbie," as he was known to his closer friends, supported all school functions with the greatest enthusiasm. CHARLES OGINSKI Engineer K Mechanic Arts I C15 , like so man us, wasllgrgal credit to Northeast. ri' Vjjgleritirmaig Vfsynever late once. His time w s occupied on the' unchroom and Locker Squads, and as a member in good standing of the Engineering Club. IOSEPH ORECHOWSKI Engineer Honor Roll Academic loe, besides being an active student, was a member of the German Club, and also served on the Library Squad. His real interest, however, centered about gardening, for he was a member of both the Garden Squad and the Garden Club. 81 SIMON A. OSKIE Success Academic Quiet and unassuming, Simon could be compared to a strong silent motor which does its work and does it well, without making a lot of noise about it. Although he didn't participate in many activities, he was really a likeable fellow and was admired by all. ROBERT OWEN Successful Business Man Commercial Bob has been an Alternate and a Senator, an active par- ticipant in inter-class sports, and an officer of the Bicycle Squad and Outside Patrol. Bob was always willing to help a friend and his trustful nature has acquired for him many friends. STANLEY W. PADLASZEK OSCAR M. PACKER 2 Lawyer Oscar is -, ikea e : i ow, a very earnest worker. He was a -1' -' - od standing in the House of Repre- sentatives, ible, and Law Clubs. He managed the Track Team and played Freshman Soccer. Oscar was also a "C" Class Executive Committeeman. LOUIS PALMER College Mechanics Arts Stan has been on the Honor Roll occasionally, and active in squads, some of which are the Traffic Squad and Outside Squad. Although Stan has not been active in sports and clubs, his school spirit has always been outstanding. To Become a Success Commercial They say jolly people are usually stout, but Lou wasn't stout, yet he always had a smile. He served his school faithfully indeed as a member of the Traffic Squad, as Captain of the Locker Squad, and as a member of the Stenography Club. RICHARD BRUCE PARKS To be Successful Industrial Mechanics Well known for his splendid characterizations in our Senate Plays and Revues, Dick could always be counted on for a splendid entertainment. A candidate for the Football Team, he is a loyal Northeast supporter. A. CARL PATTERSON VALENTINO NRY PASQUARELLA To Work in an Office Commercial Val, popular President of the School Community, has led a very active school life as a member of our Champion- ship Swimming Team, "A" and "B" Class Dance Com- mittee, "B" Class Executive Committee and the Gym Locker Squad. He was the "A" and "B" Class Treasurer and an Alternate. JOSEPH PATTERSON' I Gym Teacher Academic Pat is the athletic sort. He was on the Gym Team during his entire stay at Northeast and was also a Cheer Leader. He served on the Lunchroom Squad, and as a member of the "C" Class Executive Committee. Pat always surprised his classmates with the way he tackled trigonometry problems. 82 Electrical Engineer ' - I ' Mechanic Arts Although Pat was not'verfy hctive in sports, he was very active in Inter-Clfub Softball and extra curricular activities. Some at tlreselactivities were: Engineering Club, German Club and Library Squad. The service he rendered in these fields will long be remembered. BERNARD PENSKA To Attain Skill in Soccer and Golf Commercial Bernard has been quite active in his stay at Northeast. He was a member of the Record Book Staff, Varsity Soccer Team, inter-class Basketball, Golf Team, Steongraphy Club, Orchestra, Sales Clinic. He was also an Alternate. Bernard is well liked by the fellows and has supported all school activities. WILLIAM C. PFEFFERLE Chemical Engineer Honor Roll Academic William, a member of the Honor Section, was a member of many clubs and squads. He served on the Traffic, Summer Garden, Outside, Library and Garden Squads. He was also active in inter-club Softball. The clubs of which he was a member are: the German, House of Repre- sentatives, Garden, Inter-High German, and Current Events. WILLIAM PERLITCI-I Photographer of Beautiful Women Mechanic Arts Bill is a popular figure in Northeast's hall of photogra- phy. Being a Megaphone and Record Book photographer, all questions pertaining to that subject were easily, though not always correctly, answered. He also was a member of the House of Representatives. CHARLES B. PHILLIPS Aviator Mechanic Arts In his care ree and j ay, a lie has become e a t eart e , Sm e many m f gir . 'i e takes a is wei , e has axe r ends very sily around school. ROBERT PIERCE, IR. Commercial Robert was, to say the least, a quiet chap and his lanky form was a familiar figure in Northeast's halls. On his banner of life could be seen the inscription, "Think Before You Speak." IAMES W. PLENERT Aviator Academic As he came from the West, lim was a lover of horses, and so became a member of the Riding Club. He was also a member of the Crime Club, and served on the Traffic, Out- side, Library, Locker and Bicycle Squads. IOSEPH FRANCIS PI TROWSKI Music Arranger for a Swing Band Academic In Ioe you will find a mixture of many distinguishing traits and of quite a few noteworthy characteristics. It is because of his fine spirit that he was in the House of Rep- resentatives Club and played on their Softball Team. RO ERNON PLE Mechanical Engineer echanic Arts Bob was a member of the Circulation Department of the Megaphone and a member of the Spanish Club. He served on the Lunchroom Squad and Library Squad as well thus showing his great will to aid and better his school 83 ROBERT LEROY POEHLMANN EDWARD I. POLAND Mechanic Arts Ed belonged to one of the championship teams that have placed Northeast on a pedestal above the rest of the city schools, namely the Gym Team. He has been a member of this team for three years '38, '39, '40 and during his last year on the team Ed was honored with second place in the championship finals. MORTON B. PORTER Concert :wr Academic Bob fi ' ef, wa r of the Glee Club. He . corn ' Sc and and was a member ot - ' ng l ob also served as a lustice of .- unal, an a ember of the Library and Traffic l 1 . 0 S, WILLIAM H. POLLACK Airplane Mechanic Industrial Construction Bill was interested in sports which Northeast sponsored, supporting not only football, but all other sports in their season. Bill went out for the Freshman Basketball Team and the Freshman Track Team, and though he missed being eligible, one can properly praise him for his tenacious spirit. To be a Success Academic One thing that worried nearly everyone at school was Mort's hair. It would never stay down. Being rather active around Northeast, he served on the Library and Out- side Squads and was a member of the Latin Club and the Championship Softball Team. GEOFFREY POSINOFF Archaeologist . Academic Few and fa bet mgrme ti n a smile has not e ese n I h as quite humor tri tly British s ich was difficult for some of us to understand. He as on the Honor Roll a number of times. He could proudly boast of a fine British ancestry. FRANCIS I. POTTER DONALD POTTER Work for Government Commercial Participating heavily in extra curricular activities, Don has given three terms of service on the Locker Squad, was in the Bicycle Squad, Outside Squad, Crime Prevention Club, "A" Class Dance Committee and "A" Class Basket- ball Team. Don was a swell fellow, and a great Northeast supporter. VINCENT I. PRESTO Chemist Honor Roll Mechanic Arts Frank, better known as "Doc," is Vice-President of the "A" Class and has been a Senator and an Alternate. Doc served on the Locker Squad, in the Northeast Revues of '39 and '40, "C" Class Executive Committee, as a Megaphone Representative and Clubs and Activities Editor of Record Book Staff. The expression "Quiet but Efficient" fits Frank perfectly. 84 Teacher Academic Vince was a member of the Freshman Track, Freshman Cross Country, Second Team Football 1938, Champion- ship Varsity Football 1939, inter-class Basketball Team, Lunchroom Squad, Locker Squad, the Senate, and the Latin Club. Obviously an all-around athlete, Vince was well known and liked throughout the school. GEORGE H. RANKIN Teacher Academic George has been quite active in extra curricular activi' ties during his three years at Northeast. As Manager of the 1939 Championship Soccer Team, he did a great job. George was Secretary of the German Club, and very active in the Physiology Club, Bicycle Squad and Library Squad. IOSEPH D. RADOSIN Electrical Engineer Industrial Electrical Although Ioe does not have many extra curricular activi- ties, he is well liked by the fellows, and is active in the classroom. Ioe's interest lies in the electrical field for which he is well adapted. ENIAMIN I. RADIS Be a Success Industrial Electric One look at Ben's countenance immediately makes us consider him as a man of action. At Northeast he served on the Library and Traffic Squads, and played inter-class Soccer. He excelled on the Megaphone Copy Reading Staff, and loyally supported all N. E. activities. HERBERT RAPPAPORT general serving his school loyally. ROBERT READ To be Successful Honor IZ Mechanic Arts On the Honor Roll occasionally, Bob has been very active on squads and in clubs. His curricular activities are numerous and include: Traffic, Locker, Library and Bike Squads, German Club, Softball Team and Megaphone ROCCO M. REALE Airplane Mechanic Industrial Drawing A colorful character, Rocco was one of the most popular and well known students in the class. He was on the 1938 and the Championship 1939 Football Teams. He served on the Outside Squad and the Locker Squad. Rocco also Successful Business Man Commercial Being jolly, Herb always had a smile on his face around Northeast. He was a real Northeaster, serving on the Outside Squad, playing inter-class Basketball, and Staff. participated in Intra-Mural Sports. NICK O FRANK. I. REESE To be a Success Industrial Auto Frank has been a Senator four times, an Alternate twice, and has served as an "A," "B," "C" Class Executive Com- mitteeman. In 1937 the Freshman Track and Football Teams were supplemented by Frank's entrance into these activities. To round off his extra curricular participation he ended up as Captain of the Traffic Squad. Good Ball Player Commercial Nick was a member of the Iunior and Senior Orchestra and also served on the Outside Squad. Baseball was Nick's main interest and he was on the Second Teams of '38 and '39. During the 1940 season he achieved great success playing for the Varsity Team. 85 HENRY REICHHARDT To be a Millionaire Industrial Electric Henry was a fine student and of an ideal character for the school community. He served on the Locker Squad and on the Dance Committee, and supported all school functions. MICHAEL I. RESTA ROBERT I. REMER Certified Public Accountant Academic Aside from being on the Honor Roll, Bob was active in clubs and squads. He was President of the German Club and a member of the Fencing Club. The squads he served on were the Locker Squad and the Library Squad. STANLEY A. RICE Machinist in Navy Industrial Mechanic Mike has been very active during his stay at Northeast, serving on the Locker Squad, Traffic Squad, Outside Squad and as a member of inter-class soft ball teams. Mike enjoys dancing and has gotten along well as a member of our great school. Machine Designer Industrial Machine Due to Stan's likeable nature, he became extremely popular in extra curricular activities. An officer of the Outside Patrol and Gym Locker Squad, he was active on the Senate Play and Revue Committees. He also served his classmates as Senator and Alternate. MATTHEW A. RICHTER, IR. H. EL S RIDDELL . Success Commercial Like many other boys, Matt, by his friendly personality, has made many friends throughout Northeast. He has fol- lowed all sport events in his school. Although he is rather quiet, he likes to be the life of the party, and usually Violinist ' Academic Ellis was quite an activ s . He was a member of several squads and lu s, a was also in the Honor Sec- tion. He was l rin the Garden Club, Astronomy Clu nginee lub, and the Fencing Club. Ellis was also gembekf the Orchestra. The Garden Squad and the L ary Squad were aided by his services. HENRY R. RIVA College Mechanic Arts Although rather quiet and conservative, Bob is a swell fellow. Bob served on the Library and Garden Squads, and was also an Alternate, a "B" Class Executive Commit- teeman, and a member of the Library Squad Softball Team. 86 WILLIAM ROSENFELDER, IR. To be a Success ' Academic Bill, a popular member of the Honor Section, served the Locker and Traffic Squads and was a member of the "A" Class Executive Committee. He was also a member of the Fencing and Camera Clubs, and played on inter-class Soft- ball Teams. HAROLD ROTH To Learn How to litterbug Academic "Harry" was Captain of the 1939 Championship inter- class Softball Team. His other activities include active participation as a member of the Table Tennis Club, and as Megaphone Copy Reader. He was also an Officer of the Library Squad and a member of the Honor Section. WILLIAM M. ROTHMAN Surgeon Honor Roll Academic Even though Bill is usu y qu t, he is a f, .' friendly and che ful. His fi inf' l :A J with his out- stand' 'h l itiz h?pare time, he pl th . He served on o aphy Staff of the Record ook and was a member of the House of Repre- sentatives. PETER MICHAEL ROTHSCHING Typist Commercial Some people say he was quiet while others say he was humorous, The truth is that Pete was only quiet among strangers and humorous among people he knew. As a member of the Sanitary Squad he did his share of the work in cleaning up. He also took part in inter-class Basketball. ROBERT ROWE Lawyer Academic Popular and well known, Bob was quite an active stu- dent. He was on both the "A" and "B" Class Executive and Prom Committees, a Megaphone Columnist, and a Features Editor on the Record Book. Bob was a Senator and an Alternate, and also served on the Outside Squad. EDWARD RUDIN EDWARD RUSTAM City Manager Honor Roll Academic Edward was an all-around scholar. He distinguished himself in Senate Plays, Revues, and his work on the Mega- phone. He was a Managing Editor ot the Megaphone, and also a Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives. Edward received a Senate Award. He also served on the Traffic, Outside and Library Squads. Advertiser Commercial Ed, a very sociable boy, took advantage of Northeast's many extra curricular activities. He joined the Retail Selling Display, Parliamentary Procedure and Stamp Clubs. As a service to his school he worked on the Library and Sanitary Squads, and was a candidate for the inter-class Basketball Team. JOHN L. RUSZ Electrical Engineer Industrial Electric lohn was on the Honor Roll occasionally. He also was a prominent member ot the Slide Rule Club, Stamp Club and the Radio Club. The Outside Squad was aided by lohn's service. 87 THOMAS ROLAND RYAN Good Office Work Commercial Tom served on the Library, the Outside and the Sani- tation Squads. He was a cheerful fellow, and, because of this, his popularity was an assured thing with the students. His outside activities prevented him from working harder at his studies. ALEX SABLICH Machinist Industrial "Al" had a cheerful personality and was always ready for a good joke. He followed all forms of sports although football and baseball were his favorites. He served his school as a member of the Library and Lunchroom Squads and did rather well for himself. I OHN SANTERIAN LAWRENCE I. SALVIA Industrial Serving his school faithfully as a member of the Roof Squad, Larry was an Officer of the Spanish Club and his activities throughout the school made him very popular. PHILIP l. SAUERS Orchestra Leader Academic A lover of all types of music and a staunch supporter of athletics, Iohn has participated in nearly every form of athletics, swimming, hiking, and playing baseball in the summer. He has served his neighborhood Basketball Team in its engagements, and has proved himself a true Northeast Salesman Commercial Philip devoted most of his time to his hobby, roller- skating. He was a prominent member of the Skating Club. Interested in athletics, he participated in inter-class Basket- ball and Softball. Philip also served on the Garden Squad. student. CHARLES l. SCHAUDER .,,,, Professional Accordionist Industrial Auto Charles was active on quite a few of the clubs and squads. He diligently served on the Locker Squad and the Outside Squad. He was a member of the Stamp Club and the Table Tennis Club. Charles also played on the Table Tennis Team. WARREN B. SCHERFF, IR. WILLIAM SCHEID A College Education Academic Bill is a good man to know. He was a Cheer Leader for two years, an Usher at Revues and Senate Plays, an inter- class Basketballer, a Senator five times, an Alternate, and Vice-President of the Hi-Y. Bill was also a member of the '38, '39 and '40 Swimming Teams. FRANCIS LAWRENCE SCHMIEG Aircraft Engineer ,Vs Industrial Auto Warren displayed his interest in athletics by taking part in the activities of the Track and Cross Country Teams. Northeast also benefited by his much-needed service on the Lunchroom Squad. Having led his section as a Sena- tor and Alternate, Warren learned to set a fine example for his classmates. 88 Draftsman S ' 1 Industrial Mechanics Like most boys, France likes a good time and likes to be the life of the party. He is, however, a quiet boy when it comes to girls and he blushes easily. Francis has served on the Outside Squad and has done his job well. IOHN SCHNECK To be a Successful Business Man Commercial There never was a dull moment when Iohnny was around since he was usually the life of the class. Constantly wearing a smile and using his good nature as a shield, he served his school well as a member of the Library Squad. OSEPH SCHNEIDER Success Mechanic Arts Ioe is an all-around athlete who was a member of the inter-class Soccer Team and the 1940 Gym Team. He was a Senator and was also on the Library Squad. Ioe, with his friendliness and good nature, was very popular through- out the school. EMANUEL SCHONBERGER Author Academic "Manny," as he was called by his friends, was a member of the Honor Class. He was on the Megaphone Staff and was also on the Fencing Team. His activities also included the Outside Squad and the Radio Club, and, as a "Ham," Manny was deeply interested in radio. RICHARD C. SCHRADER Industrial Richard actively engaged in extra curricular activities, among which was included the Megaphone Staff, Spanish Club and Roof Squad. He was popular with the students and played an important part in our stage effects and Public Address System as a member of the Theatrical Electrical Club. ALBERT SCHRAN BERNARD SCHULIN Naval Doctor Academic Al, a member of the Honor Section, served in the House of Representatives and in the German, Fencing, Camera and Hi-Y Clubs. He was also an Officer on the Traffic and Locker Squads. An Aid to Man and Democracy Academic Even though Bern was the "quiet" type, he participated in many extra curricular activities. He served in two Northeast Revues and as a member of the Library, Locker and Traffic Squads. Bern was active in the Fencing Club, Table Tennis Club and the Physiology Club, as well as on the Business Staff of the Record Book. HE ED SCHWAB To Succeed Industrial Electric "Herm's" capacity for work and his ambition will be the stepping stones to his success. He served his school as a member ot the Traffic and Gutside Squads, and also par- ticipated in Freshman Soccer and other inter-class sports. 89 ABRAHAM SCHWARTZ To Have an Ambition Commercial "Abe" has served on the Locker and Library Squads and has been a member ofthe Stenography Club. Thought- ful and generous at all times, he tries his best in everything he undertakes. I-IERMAN SCHWARTZ Clerk Commercial They called him "Bud," but they knew that some day he would burst into bloom because he was determined. "Bud" was a vigorous sports enthusiast and served on the Traffic Squad. Though small in stature, he had a forceful personality which was admired by his classmates. MARVIN SCHWARTZ -f f-. .. lournalist Honor Roll Academic "Marv," an outstanding student, was prominent as Editor-in-Chief of the Megaphone, and as President of the Northeast Debate Society. Marvin also was President of the Philadelphia High School Debate League. A narrator in the Revue and a Deputy Speaker of the House of Repre- sentatives, he also received a Senate Award. I OSEPH SCHWARTZ Successful Business Man Commercial Because of his outstanding school citizenship and his sense of humor, loe was well liked by his fellow students. He was proficient in most sports and was on the "A" and "B" Class Dance Committees and Bicycle Squad. He was a useful Northeaster. FRANCIS P. SCHWEGEL Big League Ball Pl'a'yt5't" W Commercial PAUL SEABERG Aircraft Engineer Industrial Auto Although not very active in sports, Paul supported the school activities to the best of his ability. He took a great interest in his studies, especially Auto Classes, and, although rather quiet, he served his school well as a member ot the Traffic Squad. SCAR SEGAL Physician Academic Oscar was a member of the Spanish Club, the House of Representatives and the Locker Squad. He was the type of fellow with whom it is easy to make friends. He believed in carrrying out his promises and in being punctual. HARRY A. SEESE, IR., f J ' ll y I 4, 1 . , ' ' Academic Serving his school faithfully as a member of our efficient Roof Squad, Harry was a well known figure in our central office. As an Officer on the Gym Locker Squad he was unsurpassed in services rendered and for this he will long be remembered. WILLIAM F. SEIBOLD 90 Frank has always been outstanding in school citizenship and constantly displayed a fine interest in sports H managed the inter-class Football, Track and Basketball Teams and was a member of the inter-class Baseball and Track Teams. He also was a member of the "A" Class Dance Committee and served on the Locker and Outside Squads Engineer Honor Roll Academic Although "Sox" was rather quiet, he was a good com panion at all times. He was Vice-President of the French Club, a member of the Fencing Club, and an E Class Senator. He was also a member of the lunior Orchestra As a hobby, he played the saxophone and clarinet FRED SEIF Chemical Engineer Mechanic Arts "Freddy" is to be admired for his interest in music, humor and the lighter things in life. However, he did not wholly forsake his studies. During his stay at Northeast Freddy made many friends. When not in school, he pur- sued his other interests, which centered about photogra- phy, philately and fish breeding. HARRY SEIF ER Chemical Engineer Academic Although "Zero" was not very active in Northeast ath- letics, he did play on the inter-class Basketball Team. A member of the Fencing Club, the Current Events Club and the Locker Squad, he was rather well known for his explos- ive humor and friendly nature. IONATHAN SELIGSOHN Make Money Commercial Hloni' served his Alma Mater as a member of the Outside Squad for two terms. ,The Fye,sli11ban"l'tla?f,fBg3m and the Stenography Club acted is outlets' for his interest in ath- letics and commercial work. Personally, lon was quiet, but always was alert and in good spirits. IULI S SELKOWITZ Physician Honor Roll Academic "Lover" served on the Megaphone Staff and was a Sen- ator and Alternate. He was also on the Library and Sum- mer Garden Squads. Besides being one of our outstanding scholars, he showed his versatility by playing for the School Orchestra and participating in inter-class sports. FRANK SHAW ii SIDNEY SHINF D Mechanical Engineer Mechanic Arts After completing his career at Stetson Iunior High as Class President Frank came to Northeast. In the locker room and in the halls, he helped to keep things in order. Besides these squad activities he served as a member of the Executive Committee showing his constant willingness to improve and aid our noble school. Baseball Player echanic Arts Like many other boys, Sid has made many friends at Northeast. He has shown his athletic ability by playing on the inter-class Baseball and Soccer Teams. He served on the Library Squad and was a member ot the Slide Rule Club. GEORGE SHISSLER Musician Mechanic Arts Though he never took the lead or stood in the limelight, George was always a staunch supporter of activities of his class and his school. He took his high school life and edu- cation seriously and realized the value of cooperating with the leaders. Modern music was George's favorite topic of conversation. 91 W LIAM SHIVERS Aircraft Engineer Industrial Auto Who could help but recognize Bill with his vari-colored clothes? Bill was a very pleasant fellow, seldom becoming excited or angry. He was active in track work in his Iunior and Senior years. He served his school and helped to keep it clean as a member of the Lunchroom Squad. STANLEY SHOTZ Mechanical Engineer Mechanic Arts Stanley was on the Honor Roll occasionally. Possessing a dynamic personality, he was very active. A candy sales- man at all of the Revues and Senate Plays, Stanley also was a Business Manager of the Megaphone and a Senator and Alternate a few times. He was also a member of the Camera Club and Traffic Squad. STANLEY SIERGIEI FRANK SHULMAN lournalist Commercial Although he was not the quietest fellow in the class, Frank always was able to keep out of trouble. The Library Squad knew Frank for his work and he also participated in the activities of several clubs. Among these are the Retail Selling, Display, Stamp and Parliamentary Procedure Clubs. LIONEL A. SILVERMAN Ball Player Industrial Electric Sports was the main course in Stan's extra curricular menu. In lunior High School he was a member of the Track Team. Outside of school he was chosen the best shortstop in the Evening Bulletin's Softball League. In his Senior year Stan was a candidate for the Basketball Team. This fine fellow also collected stamps as a hobby. Engineer Academic "Al" was a Megaphone Representative and a member of the Library Squad, Outside Squad and the French Club. He played on the Baseball and Swimming Teams. In his spare time he boxed, swam and rode horseback for recre- ation. THOMAS P. SLEESMAN, IR. .vi , BORIS SMARKOLA H. ' Cost Accountant Commercial Tom was very popular and participated in many activi- ties such as: Hi-Y, Chairman of the Prom Committee, Chairman of the Revue Publicity Committee, Business Man- ager of the Record Book, Outside Squad, Traffic Squad, Orchestra, Band, Revue Orchestra, Executive Committee, Head of a Business Office Commercial As e er of the'L' ary, Locker, Garden, Lunchroom and ts S is served his sc ol we . He also wo d. the Sum efr Garden Squ and a a candy salesman at the S at y r ' s best, and serving ' without the aid of others, Boris got along fine. All-High Orchestra and Band. His fine work around the school will long be remembered. H ' Ffl VV Ne FOR EST S T Father I Mechanic Arts Decidedly ady's man," Smitty's ability in the field of billiards es unquestioned. An expert in the musical field as a player of novelty instruments, he has shown his love for Northeast in his undimmed loyalty to her. 92 ' IRVIN SMITH Medicine Academic "Irv" was a very active club member, serving faithfully in the Physiology, Microscopy, Fencing and Current Sci- ence Clubs. Obviously interested in the sciences, Irv hopes to become a doctor. HI TON SMOOKLER Veterinarian Academic Hilt was an active member ot the Physiology and French Clubs His services likewise aided some ot the squads about the school. Among these could be listed the Library and Outside Squads, ot which he was an active Officer. NATHAN SMUKLER Physician Academic Occasionally on the Honor Roll, Nat was prominent in every activity. He served on various squads including the Library Squad, Outside Squad and the Summer Garden Squad. The Megaphone Stall and Record Book Staff were aided by his work, and Nat was also a noteworthy member of the Swimming Team and the House ot Representatives. HERBERT EARL SNYDER, IR. 5119 N. 12th Street Enjoy Lite Industrial Mechanic "Snitz" was Manager ot the Varsity Football Team and served in that positigln well, Although he took his studies angiworgjseriously, he was always able to show a broad smHe,Axf lpartake in any lun or amusement going on about him. I RICHARD SNYDER Optometrist Honor Roll Academic Richard's list ot extra curricular activities was almost end- less. A few on the list were: Member ol Law Club, De- bating Team, Library Squad, Megaphone Statt and Orches- tra. His acquaintances at Northeast were not tew, and no one thought little ot him. X? 511 BRO ISLAW SOLOWAY X DOUGLAS SOMMER To be an Actor Academic "Bronny" was an active member ot the Bible, French and Physiology Clubs, served on the Library Squad, and was always a "main attraction" in the Northeast Revues and Senate Plays Having made many lriends in Northeast he will long be remembered Electrical En Mechanic Arts "Dou rk at ortheast was noteworthy, and his services on t and Locker Squads were very valu- able to the weltare o t ho . Much like his ideal chars acter, Will Rogers, he was modest, but always friendly. I . RTON SORK Aeronautical Engineer Mechanic Arts A member ot the Tennis Team tor two years, "Mort's" only desire in lite is to have a good car and "scads" of money. Viewing women as constant bores, he has re- signed himselt to the tate ct a bachelor 93 ILTON SPECTOR To Take Agronomy at Penn State Academic Smiling Milt Spector was very popular with the students and exceptionally popular with the Faculty. He served his school as a member of the Outside and Locker Squads. He was also a member of the Mineralogy, Horseback Riding and Spanish Clubs, and was Associate Editor on the Spanish Club paper. WILLIAM I. STANLEY Undecided Industrial Arts "Bill" was an Officer on the Lunchroom Squad, and also participated in work around the school as a member of the Maintenance Squad. Although he was not very active in sports, he did well scholastically and was a recipient of many honor cards. IUSTINE STATKUS LEON HENRY STASZEWSKI Industrial Machinist Leon played Second Team Football, and was on the Honor Roll a few times. A great wit, he never took any- thing too seriously, and refused to worry about anything. He was also an ardent member of the Baseball Team. WALTER STAWUSZEWSKI Always to be HBPPY f Industrial Electric "Tiny" was a member of the Track Team and the Varsity Football Team, He was admired greatly by his fellow classmen because of his unassuming nature. However, the name "Tiny" is an amusing misnomer, since he stands six Stage Designer Academic "Walt" was a very active member of the French Club, and his taste for fine literature virtually forced him to serve three terms on the Library Squad. Making friends through- out the school was a favorite pastime of his, and he did teet tall. rather well at it. IAMES ARTHU EY EPHRAIM GEORGE STE Business Executive Honor Roll Commercial A Successful Business Man Commercial Iames was in the Chess Club and on the Library Squad, Although shy with the opposite sex, Ephraim has a very and some day hopes to be either a big business man or a likeable personality. Showing great interest in sports, he radio announcer. His hobby is philately, and his favorite was seen or heard at all athletic events of the school. sport is baseball. IRVIN STEIN MARVIN STEIN Cartoonist Vocational Art District Attorney 'V A Academic It should be quite simple for Irvin to realize his ambition, as his cartoons have been seen in the Megaphone for quite some time. He was also in the Mural Class. Truly, his choice is not a faulty one when one considers his talent, which has also earned for him a Record Book Artist's position. 94 Marvin took part quite actively in the Law Club, and was also an Outside Patrolman. His desire to remodel our school system has not yet been fulfilled, but some day, when he reaches his goal and is prominent, some notable changes may take place. THOMAS FRANCIS STEWART To Travel Commercial ARTHUR STIRLING and photography. A swell fellow, he will long be remem- 0 I beca he 'Qtforehler winning friends and influencing Draftsman Industrial Mechanics "Tom" was on the Football and Track Teams, member of Arthur is a very Consci . ug ' I and puts an his Athletic Committee, Score Board Committee, Traffic effort into his work, His 5 No east was Caused Squad, Executive Committee, Skating Club and was a by real do udyp very friendly Chap, he has Senator and an Alternate. Outside of school he is Secre- Won the a 1 tion of all who were acquainted with him' tary of his Fraternity, and is never satisfied unless he is undertaking a task with untold responsibility attached to it. FRANCIS STOGIERA HARRY l Accountant Honor Roll Commercial Francis was an Executive Committeeman, and made very To Ha Own Sho v Pattemmaking good marks in his scholastic activities. Outside of school, Harr is ' oa lable in his field of work, and is a very he interests himself with travel, boating, model building amia . te Carnegie has no advice for him peo . bered. V STRAUSS MICHAEL I. STRIPO To be a Millionaire Industrial Electric "Gus" liked dancing, skating and clubs belonging to two at Northeast, the Table Tennis and Slide Rule. He had many friends and was always seeking ways and means of acquiring new ones. His scholastic work was very good, and he holds many Honor Cards to his credit. Big League Ball Player Mechanic Arts "Mike" was on the Traffic, Lunchroom and Outside Squads, and always had his work done and in on time. Most of his spare time is spent playing baseball or football, the former being his favorite sport, in which he hopes to make his livelihood. WALTER STROKOFF Psychoanalyst Academic "Walt" was on the Music Department Staff, and was a member of the Glee Club and House of Representatives. A very humorous fellow, he was consistently making fun of himself and his fellow classmates while never losing his romantic turn of mind. 95 NORMAN STURGEON Undecided Honor Roll Mechanic Arts Norman was active on the Traffic Squad and Outside Squad and a recipient ot numerous Honor Cards. At times his actions might have seemed very slow, but it might well be remembered that whatever he undertook to do was accomplished with precision. GEORGE T. STYLES None Mechanic Arts George was on the Executive Committee, Megaphone Staff, Traffic and Outside Squads, and was a Senator, Alternate and Manager of "B" Class Soccer Team. He is a hard working fellow, but also likes to spend money and dress in accordance with his name Styles. HOWARD SULLIVAN Aircraft Mechanic Industrial Auto Howard was a Senator and an Alternate, played in the Band and Revue, and was a Lunchroom Monitor. Although he was forgetful at times, he never forgot his loyalty for our grand school. DONALD SWEET Commercial Engineer Commercial "Don" possessed a pleasing disposition, serious or humorous as the circumstances required. Although he admitted his dislike for too much homework, he did enjoy discussions in class, and took part in them heartily, his efforts earning numero s Merit Cards. wx out-t of if' ' f' t M. CLIFFORD SYDER J J . 1-- . U. S. N. Air Corps Officer Academic "Cliff" was on the Swimming Team and a member of the Horseback Riding Club. He was well known and liked in Northeast and had an endless list of friends. His ability to dance so well helped win many admirers. ALFRED SZAFRANSKI W D SZEWCZAK Army Engineer Industrial Building "Czar" played football, served on the Locker Squad, and received honor certificates for scholastic work. He is a swell fellow and has a remarkable ability to win friends and influence people, He is sure to go a long way in the right direction. Undecided Industrial Electric A leader, "Ed" always was first in any group projects that he entered into, was known widely, and was thought well of by his friends. Out of school he played baseball, softball, football, went fishing, and liked to dance. ID I. TACK Lawyer ' Commercial "Dave" rendered fine service on the Lunchroom Patrol, and did good work in his studies. He professed to be con- ceited, sarcastic and inconsiderate of others, but those who knew him cannot affirm these characteristics as being his. Everyone liked him, 96 IOSEPH TAMMARO, IR. Business Manager Commercial "foe" was active in the Locker, Library and Traffic Squads, Manager of Football and Baseball Teams, as well as Dance Committeeman. His name appeared on the Honor Roll quite often, for he was a very conscientious and punc- tual student. EVAN TAYLOR Electrical Engineer Honor Roll Industrial Electric Evan found interest in the Stamp and Slide Rule Clubs, and was quite a man for getting Honor Cards. Exceedingly fond of ice and roller skating, dancing and camping, he liked football and basketball as well. All who knew him will remember him as a true friend and a sincere worker ALFRED H. TEES Accountant Honor Roll Commercial Alfred was a newsboy out of school hours, but still found time to do his work and do it well, which was proved by his collection of Honor Certificates. His hobbies are stamp collecting and model building, and his favorite sport is baseball. IOHN THORNTON Chemist Mechanic Arts lohn has the honor of saying he was never late nor absent during his four years at Northeast. He was liked by all, and because of his quiet,unassuming nature managed to accomplish the most with the least noise. IOSEPH E. TIERNAN "Substantial Position With Future" Industrial Electric loe was a humorous and jolly fellow who liked to be care- free and was very fond of dancing. His ability to get along with other people was unsurpassed, and his friends were innumerable. IOIZIN TIMMONS ANDREW TISCHMACHER To be a Millionaire Industrial Electric lohn was a member of the Stamp and Slide Rule Clubs, and received Honor Cards for excellence in his studies. With his amount of ambition and the resourcefulness to make it count, Iohn should go a long way in the right direction. To be Remembered Commercial Andrew was always quiet and reserved, even though the rest of the school was excited and tense. His solemnity and extreme silence fascinated most of his friends. His work in class was unrivaled and he earned many merit cards. It is certain that he will be remembered. C ES ASTON TOCKNELL Travel Industrial Auto "Cris," in giving extra service to his Alma Mater, chose the field of maintenance. His scholastic work was fine and his strong effort gained Honor Cards for him. More or less of an individualist, he expected favors from no one, but was always ready to aid others, if he could. 97 FRED TOCKNELL Aviation Mechanic Industrial Auto "Tiger" was somewhat of an ideal fellow. He was very modest and soft spoken, played foot ball, baseball and soc- cer well, and also boxed. An owner of a model "A" Ford, and proud possessor of the knowledge as to how to keep it running, he was well liked by all who knew him in and out of classes. EDWIN G. TRACZYKIEWICZ Machinist Mechanic Arts "Ed" was constantly found busy around school doing something, either finishing his own work or helping some- one else. He was also very busy as Megaphone Represen- tative, and took much interest in the Accordion Club, since he was quite an accomplished accordionist. ALEXANDER TROULAND WILLIAM I AMES TRENWITH Composer Academic "Bill" served on the Outside and Library Squads, bowled on the school team, acted in the Revue, and was well known throughout the school by both Faculty and student body. Outside school he spends most of his time playing the piano, seeking a future as a composer of orchestral work. FRANCIS W. TRYBE Electrical Engineer Industrial Electric "Al" is known and admired throughout the school. His history here has found him in the capacity of Senator, Alter- nate and Executive Committeeman. Very modest, he never had much to say about himself. A skating fan out- side of school, he visits the rinks throughout the city quite Chemical Engineer Academic Francis was in the Honor Section and was a member of the House of Representatives, Garden Club, Science Club, German Club, Microscopy Club, L 'n Club, and the Spanish Club. He served on the L ary, Lunchroom, Traffic and Garden Squads, participated in intra-mural frequently. sports, and was also on the Megaphone Staff. HO D L. TUFT Capitalist Academic Howard's many good qualities and accomplishments have made him a popular fellow. He has been a member of the Physiology, Slide Rule and Current Science Clubs, served on the Traffic and Garden Squads, a brilliant Re- porter on the Megaphone, Sergeant-at-Arms of the House of Representatives and a member of the Record Book Staff. IAMES TYNAN TUMASZ Machinist Industrial Machine Thrifty, a hard worker, and one who liked to accomplish things quickly but completely, "Ed" made quite a name for himself and acquired many friends. He was seen often devouring food-for-thought from books or records. EDWARD UHL Osteopath Academic Besides being on the Swimming Team, "lim" was a Senator, an Alternate and a Northeast Revue Usher. A loyal supporter of Northeast activities, lames is outstanding for his choice of so unusual an ambition. 98 Mechanical Engineer Mechanic Arts Although he was very modest about his activities, "Ed" was a member of the Library Squad, Engineering, Fencing and Slide Rule Clubs in school, and a Boating Club outside school. Always willing to pitch in and help where needed, he is the type that everyone admires and desires as a friend. IOHN ROBERT UPRIGHT Toolmaker Mechanic Arts Iohn's career at Northeast was a notable one, as he was a member of the Garden Squad, Garden Club, Outside Squad, Engineering Club and Orchestra. He was quite an accomplished pianist, but appeared shy before an audience. LLEWELLYN VAUX College Academic Llewellyn, "Bill" for short, although not very active in extra curricular work, found ample time to support most inter-school contests where Northeast was concerned. Easy-going and always there with a smile, Bill was liked by all. WILLIAM H. VAN HORN C. P. A, Commercial Bill was quite a gay fellow, always laughing and seeing the sunny side of life. However, he knew when to be serious, and, hence, made many iriends Dancing was one of his favorite pastimes, and football was his favorite sport. ELLIS B. VERDON Medicine 2444 Academic Ellis was a member of the Outside and Library Squads He was a member of the Biology Club and was in the Hill Billy Band of the "39" Northeast Revue. He was a humor ous classmate capable of adding zest to any conversation LOU ELS Own a Hot Dog Stand Commercial Due to a pleasing personality, Louis can be rightfully classed as a real friend by all who know him. He took part in inter-class Basketball and was on the Honor Roll many times. Better known as "Stuff," he could enjoy a joke at his friends' expense. TER VISHTON Architect Industrial "Pete" was always cheerful and willing to help others. He was a member of the Locker Squad and Lincoln Legion. He was a good student and was interested in inventions and new buildings. THO RIGHT WADLOW To Sl p awDarice Academic Wa was a good student, who attained the Honor Roll sev a times, He was popular among his classmates due s pleasing personality. He is a friend that one can be proud of. 99 ROBERT WAGNER Second Superman Cbmrnercial "Bob" was on the Honor Roll a good many times andwas a member of the Locker Squad, Fencing Club and Record Book Staff. A good friend, who was always there with a smile, he liked dancing, football and baseball. PAUL WALKER To Get Rich and be Famous Industrial Electric "Cass" is short for "Casanova Walker," a nickname he received because his favorite pastime is going with girls. He was on the Honor Roll occasionally and took part in school sports such as track and cross country. EDWARD W. WARNAS JAMES I. WALSH Mechanical Engineer Mechanic Arts "Walsh" was a member ot the N. E.'s "39" Football Team. He played first string lett guard, and was a main cog in the powertul championship team. He was a good classmate and a good student, one that N. E. will long remember. WALT W. WAURICK Motor Engineer Industrial Auto To be a Playboy Industrial Ed is one ot those boys who likes to go swimming. His "Walt" served N. E. well by being on the Outside Lunch hobby is pool, and we all hope that Ed will never be behind room and Library Squads. He was a member ot the Table the eight ball. Q Tennis Club. "Babe" was very fond ot dancing. M HTON WEINER Architect ll A lInd,ustrialfBuild.l Weiner was a member ot the Locker Squad and the Lincoln Legion. He was the honest, quiet type and a true lriend. His cheerful manner made him a ranking favorite among his triends and classmates. IE WEIR . .. H-dw-we-. Pilot Industrial Auto Leslie was a member ot the Maintenance, Lunchroom and Library Squads. He has been on the Honor Roll sev- eral times and has been a good student, worthy of his friends' trust. M. WEISS Executive in a Large Business Commercial "Harry" was a member ot the Bicycle Squad tor several terms and on the Honor Roll a number ot times. He pos- sesses a pleasing personality which is in evidence by his continuous smiling. IOO , 1 H ,WELDON Power Plant Operator Industrial Electric Weldon was in the Theatrical Electric Club for tive terms, two ot which he was President. He served as a Senator and received a Senate Award. He was a student of fine character and pleasing personality, CLAUDE WENNER Get a lob Mechanic Arts "Claude" was an active member of the Stamp Club. As for athletics, he was a participant in the Fencing Club, where he was a member of outstanding ability. PAUL O. WERMUTH College Academic Paul served on the Outside Squad, and also as a member of the Engineering, Bible and Law Clubs. It was into his broad palm that we often deposited our Senate Play tickets before entering the mighty portals of Morrison Hall. For this and many other services the school is grateful. HAROLD C. WERNTZ Industrial Attaining the Honor Roll with ease. Harold was a mem- ber ofthe Current Events Club and rendered invaluable aid about the school. He was very popular with the fellows and his wit constantly proved to be an asset. CHESTER WESOLOWSKI Machinist Industrial Machine Wes is a popular fellow around school, well liked by everyone who knows him. He is a good sport and is mechanically inclined. Wes attended all the school plays and athletic events and loyally supported other school activities. GEORGE EDWARD WHITE CLIFFORD WHITHAM Photographer Academic Ed has been a familiar figure around school, well liked by everyone who knows him. He attended all school plays and sport events, and was always there cheering for our great Northeast teams. Mechanic Commercial Whitham had a good scholastic record and was on the Second Swimming Team, was a member of the Library and Garden Squads, and was a member of the Garden Club. He was on the Honor Roll many times. RAY A WIEHSNER Leader ot Swing Band Industrial Auto Ray has served his school as a member of the Outside Squad. He was also Manager of the Track Team and was in the 1940 Revue. Since Ray is such a friendly boy, he was very popular with the students and was quite well known around the school. lOl EDWARD WIELICKI .,, , Chemist Honor Roll Academic Being the quiet, studious type of fellow, Ed's name was constantly seen on the Honor Roll. He was an Officer of the Library, Locker and Summer Garden Squads. He was also a member of the Science, German and Chess Clubs. A conscientious, industrious scholar was Ed. FRED WIESNER Shipping Clerk Industrial Auto An ardent Sports fan, Fred specialized in Baseball and track for which he was well known. Seeking enjoyment in the theatre, the world's melting pot of entertainment, Fred would often be found puttering around a car of un- known vintage. DONALD WILLIARD EDWARD WILKOWSKI loin the Marines Industrial Machinist "Ed" had many friends throughout the school and earnestly supported all Revues and Senate Plays. He was noted for his fashionable dressing and the tenacity with which he clung to his ever-sought and broad-minded opinions. FRANK WILSON Executive . j I Commercial Don the "Duck" wasgalveryl avctiveCOfIi,cer of the follow- fiiq squads: I Locker,fLibrary, Garden and Traffic. He showed great enthusiasm in the Garden and Spanish Clubs, and his good will won him the post of Senator and Alternate. Executive of a Large Company Commercial Frank was the Secretary of the Senior Class. His popu- larity also assisted him in being Senator of his class. When not taking notes, the Secretary was a participant in the Spanish and Stenography Clubs. Frank also found time to be on the Traffic Squad. LADISLAUS WINSKI Wizard on an Accordion Industrial Auto Always cheerful and ready to have fun with the other fellows, "Blondie" boasts of a perfect record for school attendance. Having whole-heartedly supported all school activities, Ladislaus will long be remembered as a "Grand Guy." IRWIN IRTSHAFTER To be an Executive Academic "Irwin" gave his services to the Traffic and Locker Squads. His thoughts were always lor the betterment of N. E. BALDWIN WOICIK Big League Baseball Player ' Commercial Baldwin was a star on the First Baseball Team. He was also on the Second Basketball Team, participated in inter- class sports, and served on the Lunchroom, Locker and Outside Squads. 102 ALEXANDER WOLF yy r Electrical Engineer 's Mechanic Arts "Wolf" contributed greatly to his class's scholastic standing by being on the Honor Roll many times. Striving for an enviable position in the world as a highly-trained Electrical Engineer, Alex participated earnestly in the affairs of the Engineering Club. ELMER F. WOLF "M, S." fMore Sleepl Industrial "Elmer" was a fine classmate and a good scholar, his success being credited to his pleasing personality. He served on the Traffic Squad and was an important cog in this vital school machine. HERMAN WOLF Engineer Academic An excellent student, Herman was a member of the Honor Section. He always was willing to help others and was therefore admired by all his friends. Herman also served on the Traffic Squad. IOSEP A. WOLFINGER Professional Baseball Player or Machinist Industrial Machine Along with Ioe's good-naturedness went a smile He liked to meet new friends, and his pleasing personality enabled him to do this with great success. He was an ardent and loyal supporter of N. E.'s principles, being a good citizen of the school. HENRY WROBLEWSKI Adventure Mechanic Arts Henry's activities were numerous. The most important were: the Library Squad, Fencing Club, Engineering Club, and the Slide Rule Club, organizations which he served with great zeal and efficiency. BERNARD WYNNE FRED YEAGER College Man Commercial Bernie has been a member of the Freshman and Second Basketball Teams. He played inter-class Basketball and also made Second Team Football. He was also a Senator and Locker Squad Officer. Mechnical Engineer Mechanic Arts Fred had an active school career. He participated in inter-class sports by being on the "B" Class Soccer Team. Fred's club activities consisted of the Slide Rule and Engi- GEQRGE YETTER Funeral Director Academic "George" was very musically inclined. He not only played in the Iunior Orchestra, but was also a member of the Senior Orchestra, a record for which he was greatly envied and admired. 103 neering Clubs, of which he was a justly proud member. ROBERT YHE ULO Radio Technician Honor Roll Industrial Electric Bob's hobby and talk was always about radio. He was so interested that he became an active member of the Radio Club, thus mounting another step of the ladder to his ambition. RAYMOND YOA Undecided Mechanic Arts Hay was an ambitious classmate. He represented his class as a Senator once, and an Alternate three times. He also took part in sports, as he was on the Track Team. He had a pleasing personality and made many friends at Northeast. PAUL YUSCHAK FRAN S YOHANNAN Fashionable Hairdresser Industrial Auto "Moe" was one ot the most popular boys in the class. He was a member of the Prom and Executive Committee, and included Freshman Track and Lunchroom Squad among his other activities. EUGENE ZALESKI Accounting I Honor rollnj' I Commercial Paul was a evgarden Club and Squad. He was alsgfelectefgiislan executive committeeman. His lwbwsfaveref s rts and travel, and his participation in lflor east extra urricular sports was limited by a position held outside of chool. To be a Stenographer Commercial "Gene" is the type of a boy that likes to spend his spare time reading good literature which is an excellent prac- tice. He always puts up a gallant effort to do his school work or any other task to the best of his abilities, another good practice. FRED ZANGERLE .MICHAEL ZAPPITELLI in If wx V f' , it 7 .fi ,'fggay1qf21fJLT Industrial Engineer Honor Roll Industrial Mechanics Doctor ffl" F' 'l f" ' Commercial ,ty 7" Athletically inclined, Fred proved this only too well by the fine record he established for himself as a participant in inter-class Football and Basketball. Constantly main- taining a high scholastic record, he can be justly proud. Michael had one of the most universal educations in his! class since he was born in a foreign country and spew ! many languages fluently. A faithful servant of the Library L Squad, his knowledge ot languages has won him tame and a'legion of friends. EDWIN ZEIDLER C. P. A. Honor Roll Commercial "Ed's" activities included the Traffic, Garden and Li- brary Squads, Garden, Spanish and Chess Clubsg Senator, Alternate and Assistant Auditor. He also served his school as a member of the "B" Class Executive and "B" Class Prom Committees. 104 f - i RAYMOND M. ZEREWAT t l7eLg!lnarian ' , ti Academic A ' s a leather onmxth , 4 ry, Outside and Traffic a . ,is otherhaqvid sisted of being a member o th Engi eering-Club and a Reporter on the Megaphone. ,J Q DONALD S. ZIEGLER Business Executive Academic Don's subtle humor kept his fellow members of the Honor Section smiling. His activities include service on the Traffic, Lunchroom, Outside, Library and Garden Squads. A member ot the Hi-Y, he served as Usher at Senate Plays, and was a member of the French, Law, Physiology and Bible Clubs. RUBIN ZIETZ Successful Business Man Academic Rubin, a heavy' et felldw, hechmefactive in inter-class sport when he firjmfaed Nov, . As a unit of the Tratt ut?:?'faQdJ'Q S a great help to the s . e nis Club had such an attraction tor Rubin that he did not join any other clubs of the school. VITO ZILINSKAS To Make Money Industrial Mach. Vito's school record was the envy ot many ot his friends and classmates. He had many triends, owing to his pleasing personality and jovial manner. I AMES ZURN Test Pilot Mechanic Arts A prominent member of the Glee Club for three years, Iames can indeed expand with pride. A splendid athlete, he participated in inter-class Track Meets. He showed his versatility as a member ot the Chess Club. EDWARD RYGLEWICZ CLARENCE R. WILLIE Engineer O Academic Starting a Business Commercial Serving hi school 81911 3 mefiEiua'Q Locker The Lunchroom and Locker Squads were two activities Squad, Edw d was we-l k r in our . He to which "Will" contributed his whole-hearted support. actively pariiiiyadih ter la orts and through his He can claim many iriends due to his pleasing personality friendly serme was well liked by all. and wit. 105 PEDAGOGUE'S PETS 'Z' Wildes-Blah, poor little me against great big you. Fitzgerald-The next boy I see talking get's out. Piwosky-See "hwot" I mean. Stiteler-Is that clear? Parker-Who is that boob? Rhoads-Rise and make a speech. Zimmerman-What does your word list say at this point? Iohnson-The beauty of the metric system is . . . Smith-I held my nose when I gave you this mark. Bradbury-Inzert the plug into the urpparatus. Armstrong-Aaaaaaaaa. Stevenson-Exercise the board, pistachio. Hartzell-In all my 40 years of teaching I have never seen . . . Wildemore-Where's my keys? Yahn-Stand at the window for weeks to come. Brandt-Naw, I can't change your roster. Brachold-The school has no money. Henzel-Aw come on boys. Thompson-There's a rat. Cunningham--Pup-in-de-cooler. 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A , 4.-.alt mg. ..i::5:FInt: vu . , '?':f1'-1"'f-X3- f -Y .' - -. lr,-4.-"' 'rn -5 5 ': . ' 'V -!"'- 1 .,, ska --.Hs . f . -5- X' , V , 'I-'I - L... IQZD l"""'4 I-l"'l 4 1 L 1 X ' ! ll 13' ,rf-LN rs I v A .-'J.'L'J. xl- SENATE The Senate of Northeast High was organized in 1905 under the leadership of Mr. Moyer, later head of the Department of Physical Education at Frankford High School. Since that time it has served as the pattern for the organizing of other school-governing agencies. The legislative body is composed of a senator and an alternate elected from each advisory class. Both the alternate and the senator are requested to attend the business meetings, but only the senator may vote and disclose his views on the subject under discussion. The alter- nate can vote only in the absence of the senator. Five members are selected from the faculty by the students and the remaining necessary number are appointed to the Senate by the principal. "A" class senators are: William Hartley, Roy Bertolet, Bernard Crowley, lames Friel, Henry Hart, Vice-Chairman of the Senate, Allan lones, Robert Malagoli, lohn Morrison, Rocco Reale, loseph Schneider, lustine Statkus, and Harold Werntz. The Chairman of the Senate is Mr. Woolley of the Gym Department. 111 . SENATE AWARD Recipients of a Senate Award can be justly proud of their trophy since it is the only award given by the school Senate for work done within the school. The award is given to students in recognition of all extra curricular activities in which they indulge. Such activities include the Megaphone, the Record Book, Senate Plays, Revues, clubs, squads, and all other projects provided by the school. The students who are honored with the presentation of this certifi- cate are first carefully checked as to their scholastic standing and to the amount of time spent in the fulfillment of their activities. The ones with the greatest number of points are chosen to receive the coveted award. sEii f EE?il5 "5?5i3iiiiE533'3i?Tl H! l jg, NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL lj ,W PHILADELPHIA M ll' in jj SENATE AWARD ,jj fu' It Ill Ill' Nt BY HIS PERSONAL INFLUENCE, CHARACTER AND INDIVIDUAL ,ll ACHIEVEMENT HAS MADE A DISTINCT CONTRIBUTION TO Ui' I THE STUDENT LIFE AND WELFARE OF THE NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 'lm lt' +int all It ,W .E I A m li g 'aj Ht Ill DA'rE.l1l...- 'fl IN RECOGNITION THEREOF THE SENATE AWARDS THIS CERTIFICATE ...l ,PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PMNCIPAL OF THE SCHOOL Ill W Nt 'Il Ill' 'PFI nf 'lll III t 451512TEIETfffi51?3?12?S2iSEiEi2i:i:i:i:gl fi:--Ai-f -2- 4:-41-' -C- The following members of our Class have been honored with the presen- tation of a Senate Award: Ernest l. Kindig lohn A. Koltes William Kmetz lack Kulp Fred Lewis Henry Majka Alfred Mintz Valentino H. Pasquarella William C. Pfefferle Hays Beatty Roy D. Bertolet Benjamin Bricklin Floyd Cavileer Harry S. Coryell Edward Donnelly lames T. Friel William Hartley Benjamin Katz 112 Robert L. Poehlmann Francis l. Potter Robert Rowe Edward Rudin Richard Schrader Marvin Schwartz Boris Smarkola Howard L. Tuft lohn Weldon STUDENT TRIBUNAL The most exclusive organization of Northeast is the Tribunal. All members are appointed by a committee of teachers. One must be outstanding in scholastic and extra-curricular activities in order to be considered. Under the direction of Mr. Roland Doane of the Language Depart- ment it meets each week and hands down decisions and advice to stu- dents who have violated the school rules and regulations. The Tribunal is really a group of judges hearing the cases that are brought up by the patrol squads. Its usefulness can be seen in the fact that very few serious offenses have had to be brought to judgment in the last few terms. The Tribunal has at its head Chief lustice Roy Bertolet, Clerk William Kmetz, and Associate Justices Robert Poehlmann and Paul Frey. The lunior Justices ot the "B" class are, Chester Wagner, Louis Phillips, and Paul Miller. ll3 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE As it is difficult to have popular government in a class of well over 550 members, repre- sentative government has been used by our class. From each section are chosen two repre- sentatives who attend the meetings which are held after school or during assembly periods. Presided over by Paul Frey, president of the class, and with the advice of Mr. Krug, the group decides the time and place ofthe proms, the trip, and what other activities the class may indulge in. Executives were: William Hartley, William Rosenfelder, Roy Bertolet, Elmer Bean, Bernard Crowley, Abraham Cooper, lohn F enningham, lames F riel, Henry Hart, Charles Herman, William lerrome, Howard Keehfuss, Brendon Mallis, William Laird, lohn Morrison, lohn Murray, Frank Reese, George Rankin, Robert Rowe, William Scheid, Thomas Stewart, George Styles, Francis Yohannan, and Paul Yuschak. The Library Squad was organized in February, 1938, under Miss Ward with twelve members, it now has almost 200. Miss Ward came to this school especially to organize our library in Rowland Hall. Pre- viously, she served at the William Penn Girls' High School and the Harding lunior High School. The purpose of the squad is to take the attendance of the library at the beginning of the period, to check the attendance with the study reports, to take care of the Special Reference Department, to put books away, to take care of all the magazines and encyclopedias, and to check books in and out. This is the only squad which students from every class are eligible to join. Among the Senior members are: Harvey Fischer, Secretary of the Hi-Y, William Kmetz, Tennis Team, lack Kulp, Revue and Senate play star, George Rankin, 1939 Soccer Team Manager, loseph Schneider, Gym Team, Henry Majka, Associate Editor of Record Book. . 1 ,. mavh . HX 'TO A' .f o'XM 'I LIBRARY SQUAD wf' 7212- i Through the efforts of the Traffic Squad, which is under the supervision of Mr. Roland C. Doane of the Language Department, order is maintained throughout the school. The squad members stand at their respective posts and direct traffic according to the traffic laws which our Senate has passed. The squad cooperates with the Tribunal by bringing the violators before it. Members of the squad must be in the upper classes and must also have a good scholastic standing. Senior Captains of the Traffic Squad are Norman Sturgeon, loseph Tamaro, lohn MacAnespie, Walter Noll, William Hartley, and Charles Bowman. TRAFFIC SQUAD OUTSIDE SQUAD - "Where there is smoke there is fire!" but at Northeast, where there is smoke there will soon be a member of the Outside Squad to maintain order. The squad, which was organized in 1935, is still supervised by Mr. Melvyn H. Beidler of the History Department. lt maintains order around the exterior of the school and sees to it that the boys do nothing that will reflect upon the good name of Northeast. The members of the squad have their posts assigned to them and are on duty in all kinds of weather. A majority of the students are members of the upper classes. This squad also cooperates with the Student Tribunal by reporting infractions of school regulations. LOCKER SQUAD Under the sponsorship of Mr. Randolph Abbott of the Mechanic Arts Department the Locker Squad was organized in 1937. The duties of the squad are to patrol the locker rooms, to keep students out of the locker rooms between periods and during assemblies, to enforce the rule of no eating in the locker rooms, to report all thefts, to inspect all lockers and see that they are properly locked, and to report all articles lost or found to the Senate Store. Graduating members of the Locker Squad are: William Bartik, Benjamin Bricklin, Earl Edwards, Harry Fischer, Addison Gottshalk, Charles Hopkins, Fred Kellner, William Knopf, lack Kulp, Floyd Macdonald, Charles Mills, Louis Palmer, Albert Schran, Alfred Szafranski, Peter Vishton, Donald Ziegler. The least known squad of Northeast is the Locker Service Squad. Since it was organized in 1937, by Mr. Albert Fisher, it has got together over 2l,OOO cards for its files. Every day the squad meets in Room Six where they file the cards of the 'lfreshmen" and assign locks and lockers. They have on hand the combination of every lock in the school and Kit you present proof of your ownershipl for a small fee they will supply you with a forgotten com- bination. The squad also keeps lockers in working condition by having a daily inspection of all of them. As they are on duty every day and every period, always the same fellows, their work is never completed. The members of the squad are: Harry Coryell, Captain, Garvin Montgomery, Fred Lewis, loseph Nalencz, Bill Liebert, Albert Bulik, Edward Brezezinski, Robert Brown. LOCKER SERVICE SQUAD Hi-Y The Northeast Hi-Y dates back to 1925, when it was first organized and sponsored by Mr. Raymond Hood. This club, under the supervision of the State Y. M. C. A., has grown to be one of the outstanding clubs in the school. The purpose of the club is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. Members must have a good scholastic record, a pleasing personality, good character rating, and some athletic ability. This organization participates in many activities, the high lights of which are the Hi-Y dance and the banquet at the end of each term. Mr. Dolph ludd is the present sponsor of the club. Officers of the club are: Paul Frey, President, William Scheid, Vice-President, Harvey Fischer, Secretary, Paul Miller, Treasurer, lack Kulp, Chaplain, and Edward Donnelly, Sergeant-at-arms. fa The House of Representatives was organized in 1934 as the Parliamentary Procedure Club under the sponsorship of Mr. Rhoads. The purpose of the club is to teach the student parlia- mentary procedure, to give him a chance to express himself orally before a group, to partici- pate actively in any discussions or debates, and to familiarize him in real American Government. lt also tries to create an interest in current affairs and problems of the day, as well as to correct or find fault with anything undertaken or done by the school proper. Parliamentary procedure is strictly followed at all times. Mr. Rhoads takes part in the meetings as an adviser only, on questions unfamiliar to the Speaker of the House. This is a club and not a school governing body, The officers of the Club are: Henry Majka, Speaker of the House, Edward Rudin, Deputy Speaker, Leon Eiven, Clerk, Leo Kuter, Treasurer, Howard Tuft, Sergeant-at-arms. NORTHEAST HOUSE OF REPRESENT ATIVES s i r w LAW CLUB Since the organization of the Law Club it has been under the sponsorship of Mr. lohn W. Bhoads. Because of his knowledge of the subject, he offers all prospective lawyers who desire to learn something about their future vocation the chance to do so by attending the weekly meetings of the Law Club. Interesting subjects such as the system of courts and juries, bar examination questions, legal queries, contracts, business laws, famous cases, and decisions are discussed by the members. Mr. Rhoads explains different phases of the laws to acquaint the members with the laws of the government. These boys who expect to become lawyers some- times make visits to courts which are in session. Members of the faculty who are lawyers come and speak to the group at various times. The club has only two officers: Richard Snyder, President, and Henry Majka, Vice-President. Graduating members are: Richard Snyder, Henry Majka, Oscar Packer, and George Hallstein. 0 0.0 In l928 Mr. lohn W. Rhoads organized the Northeast Bible Club and it is still under his sponsorship. Mr. Rhoads reads and explains various parts of the Bible, thus giving each boyabetter understanding of the Bible. Sunday School lessons are taught each meeting by members of the club. The boys are also given a chance to read the Bible orally, the best reader being awarded an appropriate prize. lf a boy reads the entire Bible in one term on his own time, he is awarded a ring. At different times during the term, club members get together and make up a program for a service to be given at some church. Officers of the club are: Thomas Hankin, President, lack Kulp, Vice-President, lames Love, Secretary, and William Hartley, Treasurer. BIBLE STUDY CLUB i a1 SLIDE RULE CLUB The Slide Rule Club made its initial appearance as a club in 1938 under the sponsorship of Mr. King and has continued in active service up to the present time. It has been shown at the meetings that the slide rule is important to chemists, engineers, architects, and businessmen. Generally speaking, the slide rule is used only as a check upon one's calculations and is not positively accurate. To date, the members have been taught not only to read the slide rule, but to use it in multiplication, division, involution, evolution, and logarithmetic functions. Officers of the club are: Henry Wroblewski, President, Edward Uhl, Vice-President, Howard Tuft, Secretary, and Vitald Miksis, Treasurer. 0 0.0 The Garden Squad, which is sponsored by Mr. Walter S. Lapp, of the Science Department, is open to all boys interested in landscaping or botany. The squad loyally upholds the name of Northeast by keeping the school's gardens in good condition. Even during the summer vacation one may see a few boys of the squad keeping the grass and flowers cut and watered. The Garden Club is an offshoot of the Garden Squad. Its purpose is to acquire interesting facts about gardening. The basic principles of botany are discussed and studied. The club helps to maintain the beauty of the interior of Northeast by keeping the plants watered and in constant care. The executives of the club are: Ellis Riddell, President, lohn Labold, Vice-President, Gerold Effinger, Secretary, and Henry Francis, Treasurer. Graduating members are: William Pfefferle, Howard Tuft, Edwin Zeidler, lohn Labold, Boris Smarkola, Henry Riva, Henry Francis, and Ellis Riddell. GARDEN CLUB AND SQUAD The Northeast Engineering Club is enjoying an active program during the present term. Under the leadership ot Mr. Clinton E. Shaw of the Mechanic Arts Department the club has now reached its thirty-fourth year of active existence and ranks high among the organizations ot the school. The object of this club is to give its members a wider understanding ot engineering advancements and prospects throughout Philadelphia and to make contacts between pupils and plants. Senior members are: Charles Mills, President, William Bartik, Vice-President, Harry Bosha, Treasurer, Henry Bacon, lohn Babin, Charles Burt, Thomas Crean, Thomas King, lohn Labold, Brendon Mallis, loseph Patterson, Edward Uhl, lohn Upright, lames Walsh, Henry Wroblewski, and Fred Yeager. 0 The Theatrical Electrical Club was organized in 1930 by Mr. Fee and Mr. Buckley. Since 1934, however, it has been under the sponsorship of Mr. Wilson. Only boys in the Mechanic Arts and Industrial Courses are accepted as members, for this club offers activities suited to their attainments. The members have taken care, tor example, of the lighting system, the sound effects, and the spotlight tor the Revues and Senate Plays. They have repaired the detects ot our lighting system. They have also regulated our new Public Address system. Finally the club members have repaired the electrical system at Northeast's tield. The older members must also instruct the younger and less experienced newcomers to the club how to handle the duties undertaken by the club. The Senior members are: lack Weldon, President, Floyd Cavileer, Vice-President, Erne Kindig, Secretary and Treasurer, Edward Donnelly, and Richard Shrader. ENGINEERING CLUB THEATRICAL ELECTRICAL CLUB CAMERA CLUB FENCING CLUB The Northeast Camera Club, with Mr. Robert Abbott as its sponsor, is the oldest active club in the school. Mr. George D. Firmin was the original sponsor of this club, having organ- ized it in 1894. Members ot the Camera Club learn how to get the best results from their cameras and other equipment. Members who do not have the facilities at home make use of the club's darkroom, which has been made possible by dues, collections and Senate appropriations and which is better equipped than any other school's darkroom. Speakers are sometimes invited to the club to give talks, usually illustrated, which are of interest to the boys. William Laird, as President, conducts the weekly meetings. Fred Kellner is Vice-President, George Vogt, Secretary, and George Anderson, Treasurer. Graduating members are: William Laird, Fred Kellner, George Anderson, Harvey Fischer, Edward Toben and Leonard Belov. oz: The Fencing Club was organized by Mr. Kauffman over twenty-five years ago. Mr. Robert Bradbury, its present sponsor, came from Central High School in 1933 and two years later lunged and parried into his first championship. The purpose of the club is to train students in the art of fencing for future use in college and amateur meets and to stimulate the sport in other schools. It is not necessary to have any equipment or experience in order to gain admittance to the club. At the present time there are tour other schools boasting such a club. In the form ot a team, members ot the club hold matches with these schools and through elimination the champion is determined. Senior members ot the club are: Benjamin Katz, Captain, Charles Gonzales, Alfred Mintz, Irving Smith, Emanuel Schonberger and Harry Seiter. GERMAN CLUB The German Club was reorganized in 1934 by the present sponsor, Dr. Moses I. Fruchter ot the Language Department, and has received much recognition here at Northeast. The purpose of the club is to arouse the interest of its members in subjects pertaining to German culture by discussions about German artists, composers, writers, and the like. The club members also get much enjoyment out of their meetings by playing German games and singing German songs. The club also subscribes to Der Zuschauer, a German paper, which keeps them in touch with the other organizations of its kind in other schools. Fred Kellner, a member ot the club, is also President of the Inter-High School German Club. The officers of the club are: Gerold Ettinger, President, Harry Fischer, Vice-President, William Bartik, Secretary, and lohn Wright, Treasurer. The senior members are: Harry Fischer, Fred Kellner and William Bartik. O 0.0 About twenty tive years ago, Mr. De Chateaumeut organized the French Club, which is still in existence. At present, however, the club is under the direction of Mr. Charles Gardner. The purpose of the club is to give its members the opportunity to enlarge their vocabulary and improve their oral French. All activities engaged in are chosen by the members. They solve cross-word puzzles, sing songs in French, learn new French words and their pronunciations, and study about the French people and their country. At some meetings members who are musically inclined play their instruments for the benefit ot the club. The officers of the club are: William Turanski, President, William Siebold, Vice-President, Louis Phillips, Secretary, and Allen Clawson, Treasurer. Bronislaw Soloway and Walter Stawuszewski are the graduating members. FRENCH CLUB RADIO CLUB The Radio Club has just completed another successful term under the leadership of Mr. Wilson, who is himself an enthusiastic radio amateur. One ot the leading activities undertaken by the club was the completion ot a short wave receiver and transmitter, WSASF. By means ot this radio the boys have developed several stations within the country and received broadcasts from abroad. Another project undertaken by the group is the organization of code-classes. Code is extremely useful in the transmission and reception of messages. As in the past, also, those desiring technical information about radio have been given detailed explanations. The club is open to all interested boys regardless ot their curriculum. Senior members are: William Haines, President, and Herman Lukott, Vice-President. Q The atmosphere ot Spanish culture is immediately noticed as one enters a weekly meeting of the Spanish Club. The club, which was organized in 1906 by its present sponsor, Mr. Roland C. Doane, meets once a week to discuss topics of interest relating to Spain and to Spanish affairs. Besides these discussions, the club members receive much enjoyment out ot their meetings by singing songs, telling stories, and participating in contests which concern the Spanish language. The purpose ot this organization is to further the knowledge of the Spanish language and customs. The executives of the club are: Dom Cianfarini, President, Morris Bregman, Vice-President, George DuGan, Secretary, and Richard Cook, Treasurer. The graduating members are: Dom Cianfarini, Irving Norsoph, and Rubin Zietz. E SPANISH CLUB Mr. Dolph ludd, who has a great interest in outdoor activities, organized the Riding Club a few years ago, Since he enjoys riding so much himself he decided to sponsor a club for boys which would give them the opportunity to become acquainted with this great sport. Some members have had previous experience while others haven't. The unexperienced boys are tutored by Mr. ludd before the ride or by some member of the riding academy. The Riding Club has a ride every week, usually at some academy in the Wissahickon, where they trot or gallop over the old horse-trails. During the term a few moonlight rides are held and are con- sidered the high spots of the term's rides. At the end of these rides the boys stop at the stables and are served refreshments. Graduating members of the Club are: lames Plenert, Robert Poehlmann, Clifford Syder, Herbert Novack, Irving Norsoph, Milton Spector, William Collier, William lerrome, and Fred Glover. One of the most active clubs in the school is the Stagecraft Club. Under Mr. Herwig, of the Mechanic Arts Department, this Club supplies the most important articles for the Northeast Revues and Senate Plays. The walls of the room, the staircase, the trees ofthe forest, the benches in the park, and all ot the other necessary scenery are built by the members ot this Club. With Mr. Herwig assisting, and supervising them, the boys make use of the tools and the supplies in the wood shop in the construction of the stage props. During intermissions and between acts they are responsible for the changing or rearranging of the scenery. These boys are also proficient in the art ot hanging back drops and in opening and closing the main curtain. The only graduating member of the Club this term is lohn Friel. ng - n-Lui af RIDING CLUB STAGECRAFT CLUB LUNCHROOM SQUAD The cleanliness of our Lunchroom is ,under the supervision of the Lunchroom Squad which has as its sponsor Mr. Woolley, of the Gym Department. The boys of the squad do as much as they can in their effort to keep the lunchroom in a sanitary condition. They collect bottles and dishes that are left on the tables by forgetful stu- dents, they deposit all paper bags and rubbish in the trash cans, they enforce the rules against eating in the old lunchroom, and sitting on the tables. Since the sanitation drive started by Dr. Rowland the boys have done much for the success of this ideal. Working in conjunction with Mr. Woolley are a number of other teachers or assistant supervisors who take charge of the squad during their free periods. 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'ma QL, I935 , Lg. .aww 1 , 4 -Wu- IE1- 1. ,.- ,Q-MA' . I'-'I PIII ii M1 wf hi umnu MEGAPHONE Under the auspices of the Senate, the Megaphone, is published six times a term. lts pur- pose is to print all the news of interest in and around the school. In October, 1892, the first school publication, The Archive made its appearance. The first editor-in-chief was Mr. Vincent B. Brecht, now head of the English Department, who was a student at the time. The Archive suspended publication in 1932, and the name was given to the school's year book. The Pest, the first school paper written by the students, appeared in 1919, but because of the lack of a sponsor and because of the possibility of a conflict with The Archive, it was dis- continued. In 1922 each "A" Class English section was to publish a typewritten sheet of news. Dr. E. C. Parker's Class carried this plan through and edited Ye Olde Dumbell, which contained chiefly jokes and bright sayings. Our present paper is a direct outgrowth of Ye Olde Dumbell, on March 19, 1923, the name was changed to The Megaphone. Stanley H. Lang was the first editor-in-chief of the new paper and had five members on his staff. On April 23, 1923, the Megaphone was given official recognition by the Senate. Since then many changes have taken place. Until 1926 it was mimeographed, after this period it had a regular newspaper format. The six pages were reduced in size, and two pages added in September, 1930, thus making a total of eight pages, which it still has at the present time. During its twenty-four terms of operation, the Megaphone has had only six different advisors. Dr. E. Parker, lames Sigman, and W. W. Stevenson each served one term. Luther F. Waidelich served for the next ten terms, at the end of which time Mr. Brecht was given the sponsorship. Mr. Brecht has spent ten years as literary advisor, and Mr. lohn G. Cunningham has served six years as business advisor. The Megaphone has taken many prizes and awards as a leading high school paper, notably as a member of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. It is edited by upper classmen in the main, and represents all the sections of the school. Last term the paper had a circulation of 2,200, and this term it should exceed 3,000 copies an issue. Members of the Megaphone Staff who are graduating are: Marvin Schwartz, Editor-in-Chief, Edward Rudin, Managing Editor, Alfred Mintz and William Hartley, News Editors, Frank Axe, Sports Editor, Addison Gottschalk, Copy Editor, Stanley Shotz, Business Manager, William Laird, Photographer, Benjamin Katz, Emanuel Schonberger, Robert Rowe, Howard Tuft, Ben- iamin Bricklin, Harold Both, and Gordon Loeb. 131 SENATE PLAY On the night of November 30, 1939, the Senate of the Northeast High School presented its fourteenth annual fall play This year's re t t' . p sen a ion was a three-act comedy written by Lynn Starling entitled Meet the Wife. William E. Weills, of the English Department, was in charge of the production, and under h' d' ' ' is irection the thespians demonstrated their talent for three nights in a filled Morrison Hall. The play concerned the efforts of Mrs. Lennox to have her dau ht g er marry a man whom Mrs. Lennox had chosen. The chaos that followed the suggestion was increased by the arrival of her daughter's beau and Mrs. Lennox's long lost husband. The result was an amusing complication. Of course, the solution turns out a happy one, for Doris Bellamy marries her beau, and they live happily ever after. The success of a play depends largely upon its actors, and so we congratu- late Harry Dilworth, William Riedel, Harry Coryell, Harry Finkel, lohn Koltes, Alfred Lowe, Edward Rudin, Allen Clawson, Harry Sheihing, Samuel Frock, Richard Parks, lack Morrell, lack Kulp, and lack McGuckin for their splendid performances. Finally, we wish to thank Messrs Henzel Herwi W'l . , g, 1 son, ludd, Thompson, Anson, Doane, and Duffield for their Work in making this year's show a success. 132 NORTHEAST REVUE For the nineteenth successive time the little theatre on Eighth Street Square has presented to the choicest audiences of the surrounding area the Northeast Revue. Through long, co-ordinated work the students and the instructors of this estimable institution have pooled their resources and scored another great success. This year's frolics were directed by Mr. Howard R. Henzel because of the illness of the well liked English professor, Mr. William E. Weills. Among the rest of the teachers that had a part in the production of the show were such men as Dr. Crap, Messrs. Fahy, Haas, Herwig, lacoby, McGowan, Murphy, Thomas, Wilson, and Woolley. The humor of that N. E. funny man, "Ozzie" Dillman, started the show and was also interwoven among the rest of the acts to add the proper zest. His antics were followed by well-balanced entertainment which contained dancing, roller skating, one-act plays, and immortal imitations by "Bronnie" Soloway. The second act deviated from the usual continuance of the first act in that it was a presentation in itself. As a lawn party, it involved such specialties as Virginia reel, tumbling, fencing, tap dancing, and singing. Supported in its entirety by the Stagecraft Club and the Theatrical Electrical Club, this year's production will go down in the records as one of the greatest ever to be given by Northeast. 133 B" CLASS PROM 134 "B" CLASS PROM Braving the wintry winds and icy blasts, one hundred and fifty young men of the Class of lune '40 and their ladies gathered at the decorative Review Club of Oak Lane on Friday night, lanuary l9, for the "B" Class Prom. lt was nine o'clock and already many couples had arrived and were wasting little time in getting on the floor to dance to the rhythmic melodies of Bert Van Horn and his orchestra. By ten-thirty the ballroom was packed with couples gliding over the waxed floor. The few hours of enchantment ended all too soon and the upper classmen bade adieu to the inimitable strains of Bert Van Horn's orchestra and trekked homeward fwe thinkj. The success ofthe Prom was due chiefly to the efficient handling of Mr. Krug and the Prom Committee, consisting of Thomas Sleesman, Chairman, Roy Berto- let, lohn Casey, Robert Exler, lohn Forsythe, Paul Frey, Henry Hart, William Hartley, Steward lordal, lohn Koltes, lack May, lames Nixon, Robert Poehlmann, Robert Rowe, William Scheid, loseph Tomaro, and Francis Yohannan. "A" CLASS PROM COMMITTEE The "A" Class Prom was held at the Old York Road Country Club on Wed- nesday, May 29, 1940. Music was provided by Roger Kent's orchestra which featured as its star vocalist Miss lill Bard. The Prom Committee consisted of Thomas Sleesman, Chairman, Roy Bertolet, lack Casey, William Eberley, lohn Fenningham, Paul Frey, Henry Hart, lohn Koltes, lack May, lack Miglionico, Charles Mills, lames Nixon, Carl Patterson, Rocco Reale, William Rosenfelder, Robert Rowe, William Scheid, and Francis Yohannan. 135 WEST POINT TRIP On Friday, lune 7, 1940, the "Archive Limited" left North Broad Street Station bound for lersey City, with six hundred and titty Seniors aboard, en route to West Point. In a short time we crossed the Delaware River just below Washington's Crossing and sped over the Newark Bay into lersey City. A short walk and we boarded the special chartered boat "Peter Stuyvesant," which was waiting to carry us up the Hudson. Once aboard, acquaintances were quickly made with the Ridley Park and the Ambler High School students, who accompanied us on the trip. The boat steamed out into Upper New York Harbor, turned south past the Statue of Liberty, and passed through the Narrows into the Lower New York Bay. Thence we came north past Ford Wadsworth, Fort Hamilton, 136 'T' and Governor's Island, with a fine view of the Lower East River showing the Brooklyn Bridge. Proceeding up the Hudson we viewed New York's Billion Dollar Skyline. Swiftly the boat sailed up the Hudson River, leaving behind Grant's Tomb, George Washington Bridge, and the Palisades. We docked at the United States Military Academy at two- thirty and spent the remainder of the afternoon walking through the campus and visiting the points of interest. Finally we re- viewed the Battalion Parade as a fitting climax to our interesting sojourn at the "Point" We boarded the boat at five-thirty for our return trip down the Hudson. The evening was spent dancing or relaxing on deck. Arriving at Jersey City we boarded the train for the return home. 7 137 'Q it S. K SR 'Y N0 .I a x '-"fx lll, N s N is 5 l X 4 l S' f Q N xg All jf N K4IF':'-xx xf W 1,5 1 xv!!! NJ HENRY MAIKA Class legislator --'constantly changing laws fran., w7'X 7 QQ! Dk IRVIN STEIN Most artistic-always doodeling . Q Q x' -2 51' , L KN" 5 n XIKQQ xi? Q XX, ' x KF l -QR ., X Q X I VAL PASOUARELLA The most popular-liked by all 140 J, W l 4: 'Q ' 55 'W F L x Xu 1 f X L zfff . K X ffl -V U, 1 L' Q, , 1 -'J f Y W K ft? -J f 7, , , Q X X Best publi IOHN KOLTES c speaker-impromptu speaker f 'ZW W ff x . d f 4,1 - 7' X Qi. ,, Q3 VN ,- Mo MARVIN SCHWARTZ st literary-edits the news x R 54 I llll 'l X FRANK POTTER Mosi dependable --'on the job, continually evra Q- 1' K Q N 1,25 51.3Afxj::t. X hx xy v Q l sill' A 'T ' , TW N-i.Jx f! FR X Y Vllu mv. gl'll"" A if f I 45 ROY BERTOLET Class lochinvar - forever cha sing girls 4 WW W Xl J, 5 ,f Q1 X d,ntll'r?x' XX ix . mx. T , :i g -igi N y H ii' TN L f Sw x , W f Ja ' Q T Q ?. I I PAUL FREY The cutest- no compeiifion Y l Km llmm' R KCC... n ,Ql 1 'gm fx x :J fx 4.4 7,1 Y' +Q:2h- ..-ll.: SQ I ROBERT ROWE PAUL GORIN The noisiesi 'knows nothing, tells all Most sarcastic-nevey 5 kind word 141 NORTHEAST-KENSINGTON DANCES Shallcross Hall and the Kensington Gym were the places in which the men of Northeast and the young ladies of Kensington met for their dances. Many a delightful afternoon was spent in making new acquaintances and swinging and swaying the recorded way. It was an amusing sight to see the couples gliding, bumping, and shoving around the floor. Fascinating to see was the mad rush to get within range of the cameras of the Record Book photographers. The lovely air of spring, the spirits, and the music, all contributed to make these affairs a great success. The end would come too soon, leaving us with a feeling that the dances had ended before they really had gotten under way. 142 ta 4, Y .R ir? 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':'Tf ", w ,4444 1,0-0 e.:-,N - ., .2 ,,.' sb... If-:fm i my Q5 fufoza 1'3"vP" ' I 5119.3 5-: :VI an? 'Q' K ,af-do Ma .:'.: -lu V' I, . 5 11' A-rs!-, P : wh. 9 NN'-an - -,OK ' A Nggkjigf'-3'-L: , 5s w-JP , I' ' .1 '-,, 4 . .4 '. 'rl 5-gzjhri F N 'V 'ui ,J -gut- X ' Z ' 6 . ' 'uri A J JL? .. H ,- .. L . :E- I W, he. .fu I vi ' ll! 'C .' .' -Q my u ..'. .PF 74-40'0'0ZZ'44 4. . - xfgfy-fA WM - ,LQQ ,ima ,544 C40 ,ryf ZZ QWW 1Q4U K x 1" 5.1! BAND Throughout our successful football season of 1940, the traditional school spirit of Northeast was kept at a high pitch by the music and clever movements of our Band. Even so far as Easton, our Band was on hand to help continue that ever-increasing spirit. The Band was under the strict instruction of Mr. Washco, of the Music Department, who, on the coldest days of winter, was out with the Band students, trying to produce an attractive and efficient organization. Not only did the Band make an attractive appearance, but it left an impres- sion on the spectators' minds which will still be vivid when their school days are recalled in the years to come. A H A A A .1-" . CHEERLEADERS The true red and black spirit during the football season was greatly inspired by the efforts of our cheer leaders. These boys in all kinds of weather performed their gymnastic stunts and cheer leading movements in such a manner that the spectators were always urging the team to victory. Their services were not only performed on the football field, but also at our famous assemblies, by leading the students in hearty cheers for our guest. Northeast will long remember the skillful performances of the four members of our graduating class, who are Paul Frey, Carl Patterson, Edward Poland, and William Sheid. 147 ,A I' ll MI Us' u"".1f ' . 'A - 'pf M ' A as ?i 2 I ' 7? L fl, L1 :M ' , Q, , . Af 11- , l A wif ,. -,Qs f " jpg, ,lg , WT rife 1' ,I '- ' . Mi , X K ' ' :Z5'i'i""" "1ffWQ':' mah?" Q . -. Z., X ,4 Q w :N 4 , .ga D " 14 M I Max 35 f qv f in ,x ' 4 L 1 X5 XXNEQ a " at - ' - , V H ff . . 2 ' ,. , Q 7, 1 W M -wr' x vw uw " N ,A Will, 1 f , 1 S. m W. L 'awww ,,1,..,, : W :ml 'Lk . ln '-KIM. , M 1 'vu 'W W' My . D wr IW? rf. wif' N A 3P5m:Al a,"1'!'CT!pf J ig feta? 5 A -yaggxw, fn X- in w "' M w , EM 0 . " W ru V 9 ,, M .5 'Qi' f I Mx ,...f ki w Hifi 1, . ls.. id. ' ,L ff? 12, ,Mr . in W -v I N Nm D .. 4525, K ir-:wr an ai? va m-A Q, 'il A, . Pd FOOTBHLL In the first game of the 1939 season the Geigesmen went down to defeat at the hands of Roman Catholic by the score of 12 to 6. The winning score not being made until the last 20 seconds of the game. The first league game found Northeast facing Benja- min Franklin High School. Losing no time, the Archives scored in the first five minutes of play. The final score was Northeast 14, Benjamin Franklin O. At Easton High, with less than five minutes remaining to play, and the Archives ahead 6 to O, the powerful upstate eleven pushed over a touchdown. The point by Bobby Bute spelled defeat for the Geigesmen. Five days later Northeast met a weak Germantown team. It took Northeast only three plays to push the first score across the goal. The second score came in the third quarter with Erle Baugher kicking both extra points. Score: Northeast 14, Germantown O. Next in line was the supposedly powerful West Philadelphia team. Northeast discredited the rumor by sinking the Speedboys to the tune of 26 to O. Erle Baugher again starred in this game, getting two touch- downs, with Fay and Rosselli getting the others. Two SEHSON touchdown runs by Presto and Fay were called back because of offside penalties. On Tuesday, November 2nd, the heralded feud of the Geiges Brothers soared to new heights. Northeast put up a great battle, edging out Frankford by the score of 7 to 6. This was a thrill-packed game from start to finish for all of the 10,000 fans. It was also the first time a Northeast football team beat Frankford on its own field. The Southern "Rams" were the next victims of the Archive machine. The game, played at the Municipal Stadium, found the Geigesmen winning out, 12 to 8, in the last five minutes of play. With the title virtually won, the team next faced its ancient rival, Central. In a fog, on Temple's drenched field, the Archives triumphed with a score of 6 to 0. The game was noted for the strange formations of the Mirrors. Before 30,000 people, St. loseph's High School routed the Archives in a post season city championship game. Northeast showed its gameness and fought all through, starting a strong drive near the end of the game. SLP FOOTBALL TEAM The Northeast Public High League Champions were led by Co-Captains Erle Baugher and lohn Nevadunsky. Baugher, one of the best and most pub- licized athletes ever put out by Northeast, was picked on the all-public, all- scholastic, and all-state teams. Nevadunsky was chosen on the all-public and all-scholastic teams. Both graduated in the class of January, 1940. Our Class was well represented on the Team by seven letter-men, of whom tour are regulars. lustine Statkus, stalwart right tackle, starred in every game and played as a regular throughout the whole season. His 205 pounds was a great factor in the Team's invincible line. Donald Fagan, another tackle, served often as a reserve, and was especially noted in the West Philly and Germantown games. lohn Emery, who played first string center, was a staunch linesman who fought every inch of the way. Rocco Reale, a large guard, alternated with Walsh throughout the entire season. Rocco was the Team clown and always brought a cheer from the crowd. Vincent Presto was a fast and shitty runner and a good passer who played outstanding ball in the West Philly game, when he made a 40-yard run for a touchdown only to have it called for an off-sides penalty. Serving as Manager of the squad was Thomas Stewart, also a member of our Class. IRQ f,PMLl72J P 1 Iustine Statkus 2 Rocco Beale 3 Donald Fagen 4 James Walsh 5 Iohn Emery 6 Vincent Presto d"'if 153 ,WJVQ 3 t .A ' SOCCER They did it again. The Terrymen romped through another victorious season under the talented toe of Captain loe Periera. And quite a seaon it was, too. Bowling over their foes in quick succession, they came as close to achieving a record as they ever will. Up to the last game, our Northeast booters had been undefeated, untied and unscored upon. But oh! that Frankford battle. There was a miniature blizzard in progress. The footing was poor and the game slow. It was during this game that Matthes, our left-winger, was taken out because of an injured foot. During the hectic action Frankford was able to tally on a penalty kick. However, in typical Northeast fashion, the Terrymen came back to defeat their opponents to the tune of 2 to 1. Unfortunately, there are four first team members leaving us this term. First, there is Manager George Rankin. George's job was to keep things run- ning smoothly. He was an important "cog" in the machine. Without him a championship aggregation would have been impossible. Second, there is Paul Matthes, hard-running left winger. His skill at crossing the ball from his side of the field to the goal mouth was instrumental in many tallies. Third, we have Harold Werntz, smashing, ever-on-the-alert fullback. "Toar" Werntz, through his exceptional defensive playing was greatly responsible for the team's success. Last, but not least, we have Goalie Bernard Penska, whose skillful goal tending also aided in bringing the championship back to Northeast. Hats off to Mr. Frank Terry, veteran coach of the Red and Black, for devel- oping again and again his Championship combinations. He deserves a great deal of credit. 154 u ,u. "'1. , BR QW psig 44 x 1 LW Y 5,if. . Z , WiW . .,,,k.. iw,-, S, M. 1 Paul Matthes 2 Harold Werntz 3 Bernard Penska ,WW f Q4 Airlift SWIMMING Champions again in 1940! For the fourth year Mr. N elson's natators copped the Public High League crown at the Penn A. C. championship meet in January. Opening the season, the mermen sank West Philly by a large score. The next meet, with Germantown, offered the toughest competition, but the Red and Black won again. Coming up against the strong Frankford team, the Nelson men paddled to victory once again. Olney, the following victim, was easily vanquished. Our ancient rival, Central, last in dual league meet competition, was overwhelmed and sunk by the Archive swimmers. After winning the championship meet at the Penn A. C., the team met some schools outside of the city. After February graduation, Atlantic City and Hav- erford School downed the Nelsonmen in close matches. In the championship meet at the Penn A. C., Francis O'Brien shattered the 100 yard backstroke record by swimming the distance in 1.07 minutes, clipping 2 ot a second from the former mark. George Dormuth, William Scheid, and loseph Konenberg chipped in to smash the medley relay record which was formerly held by Northeast. The new record was made at the Germantown meet. The time was 1.49.7 minutes. At the Public High championship meet, little Frank Wahl established a new Northeast mark for the 200 yard swim. lames Tynan and William Scheid of our Class have been on the squad for three years, and both performed excellently. 156 William Scheid J I 4 f 157 .gl James Tynan Francis O'Brien pbx i A Q .1-A. L. X f l CROSS COUNTRY The 1939 hill and dalers, under the guidance of Mr. Alexander in his first year at this coaching post, had a season crowned with success. Besides win- ning the Public High League diadem, the team won the Pennsylvania State Championship and came in fifth in the country at the Nationals held in Newark. In their quest for the title, Coach Alexander's boys captured five straight meets previous to the championships. Olney and Central succumbed in the first meet. Travelling to Upper Darby in a non-league encounter, their second triumph was rung up. Simon Gratz was the victim in the third victory, while Germantown and South Philadelphia made easy prey for the fourth win. The final triumph was racked up at the expense of Ben Franklin and lohn Bartram Highs. After these preliminary meets the championship run followed. Henry Hart, who took the lead at the start and was never headed, captured the city title with Charlie Hobbs finishing second. Richard Cooper, of Germantown, took third place, thus breaking up the famous Archive quartet of Hart, Hobbs, Smith, and Berlin. These four had finished first, second, third and fourth respectively in every meet until the championships. Smith and Berlin came in fourth and fifth respectively. In winning the title Northeast placed five runners among the first nineteen. Germantown took second place and Ben Franklin surprised by garnering third. There were four members of our Class on the team. Henry Hart, captain of the squad, Charlie Hobbs, Robert Hannum and Thomas Goode. 158 Henry Hart Q, Robert Hannum 159 Charles Hobbs 1 -,.u'f H .- gnu .- qw , jb- 2 il' f . Q .- l 1 l .L ' l BASEBALL Starting his second year as baseball coach, Russ Tompkins will try to snatch the crown for Northeast. It has been many a day since the trophy has rested in our case, and this will be his aim this year. The season was started without many stars of last year's campaign. Scotty Arnott, of no-hit, no-run fame, is missing from the line-up. Many other lohn Heenan lohn Wojcik Adolph Kessel 160 mainstays of last year's nine are also missing. In trying to regain the crown, Russ will mold his team around Co-Captains Walt Chmilowski and Ed Dudlick. These players were both outstanding players last year. Also returning from last year's team are: Art Kessel, short- stop, and pitchers "Speedy" Heenan, Harold Werntz, Herman and Sobczyak. This pitching staff should be the decid- ing factor in our drive towards a championship. Should some new material show up, adding the needed power, and if the infield and outfield click, the chances for a championship are bright. Harold Werntz Anthony Figler Charles Herman Howard GTDDH -. .V '1 is Adolph Kessel Edward Snyder James Nixon Walter Chmilowski li- -.- ...thi TRACK With the first sign of spring the Northeast track men started their practice under the masterful guidance of Coach Alexander. Already tive champion- ships have been won by the Archives and it will be up to the track team to win the sixth. Harboring under this strain the team hopes for a successful season. The team will enter competition without such stars of last year's team, and will pin its hopes around three veterans, who belong to our Class. They are Henry Hart, who was the champion half miler of the Public High System in 1939, Charles Hobbs, who is known as Hart's shadow in the sport world, and Thomas Goode, who did fine sprinting last year. Hart, the most dependable Charles EC! on Howard KeehiuSS M .1 A ihe rl lohngeningba 'john FOISY losePh Mme! S William ph Schneider I runner on the team, will change over from. the halt mile to the 440 which will balance the team much better. His ability at the shorter runs should be even greater than his ability for the half mile and should bring winning laurels in his direction. Taking over the halt mile will be Charlie Hobbs. Hobbs will undoubtedly fill Hart's shoes very capably. Again this year Goode will lead the list in running in the relays and the 220. Aiding these veterans will be several newcomers on the squad. Among these are Al Wimbley, Shivers and Monahan. Already in this young season Monahan's pole vaulting and Wimbley's 100 yard dash have shown great prom- ise. Wimbley will receive the greatest competition from lohnson of Central, but time will decide this factor. Should the veterans continue their excellent running and the new men come through, the possibilities of a sixth championship might not be too far- fetched. Robert Han . dnef William Ga! Statkus Charles Lebow usllne 163 stein Charles Hvbbs GYM Exhibiting true Northeast punch, our gymnasium "artists" once more cap- tured the title. Yes, the feats of strength performed on the various pieces of apparatus are what you would call "artistic." What is more beautiful to look at than the smooth, graceful movements of a well-proportioned body on the par- allel bars? Leading the way all through the year, our Gym Team climaxed a successful season in the Championship Meet at the Turngeminde. The competition was close and the judges were strict. Edward Poland and Charlie Eckler, co-captains, did a fine job in piloting their team mates to victory. Ed placed in all the events with the exception of the horizontal bar. Charles Lebow, who proved to be a fine all-around man, averaged high marks on the apparatus. Carl Patterson also played a very prominent part at the Meet. He showed great skill when he won first honors on the horse and placed on the rings. loseph Schneider placed in quite a number of events, and was unusually adept on the horse. The final tally at the Meet showed that Northeast had accumulated 3,840 points. The runner-up was Olney with 3,580 points. The 1940 Championship Gym Team can boast of two good coaches, namely, Mr. Robert Smith and Mr. Harry Nelson. They deserve much credit for their outstanding achievements. 164 Carl Patterson Joseph Schneider Charles Lebow 165 Edward Poland TENNIS After many tryouts Mr. Garrod, of the Mechanic Arts Depart- ment, put together a good team for the 1940 season of scholastic competition. The members of the singles squad were Kmetz, Carp, Gott- shalk and Linder. Kmetz, captain and number one man, was a rising tennis player. His services were fast and unerring, and his form was graceful. Carp, number two man, was another potential Don Budge. Every second of the set he was fighting his hardest. Gottshalk, number three man, played steady and dependably. Linder makes up the fourth part of the quartet. Those graduating are Kmetz, Gottshalk and Mintz. 166 Harvey Crossley William Kmetz Addison Gottshalk 167 Alfred Mintz BASKETBALL The 1940 season showed much promise for the Woolleymen at the begin- ning of the season but this converted into disaster. The team wound up the campaign in a tie for the ninth place with Gratz. Ushering in the campaign, the locals were nosed out by Mastbaum Voca- tional School. In another non-league tilt, West Catholic was defeated handily. The first league game was played with Olney, who downed the Archives by a measly four points. The next game was lost to Southern, who went on to become the league champions. Germantown was the next opponent, and the Clive- defis emerged victorious by a slight margin. Frankford was the next to down the basketeers. Another close contest was staged when West Philly topped the Northeast aggregation by a mere two points. Between terms Mr. Woolley's boys travelled to Atlantic City in an attempt to conquer a foe from another state, but were unsuccessful. The Iune term started with Ben Franklin as the first opponent. The Poor Richards were victorious. Roxborough followed and easily took the Archive's measure. Central, our ancient rival, was met next and, to the joy of all, was crushed by a large score and pushed into the league cellar as a result. Overbrook smothered our Northeast quintets by a large margin, doing most of its scoring in the second half. The Red and Black closed the season well by defeating Gratz. Only two members of the team are in our Class. Anthony Les and Ed Kolowski who were both regulars and well deserve credit for their hard playing. 168 Anthony Les f-x 3 QM L3 .", I 2 ,.'- K if . I . . ,. .- A1 1. ? Iohn Fenning ham E 169 dwin Kolowski GOLF TEAM Power! That was the main characteristic of our golf team this season. Starting their schedule rather sluggishly with losses to Frankford, Germantown and Roxborough, the Boydmen suddenly took to a winning streak. They not only trounced every team they played, but even defeated the supposedly invin- cible hackers of Roxborough, who had not lost a contest up till then. However, because of the poor beginning our niblic wielders were out of the running for the championship although they had played championship ball in the latter half. Players belonging to our Class are "Par-buster" Bob Remer, whose brilliant shots made him a credit to the teamp and "Big-gun" Bernie Penska, who could really sock that pellet a mile. -af TABLE TENNIS February 1939 found the local racqueteers smothering the Centralites to capture the Semi-Final Championship. On April 13, 1939, the Northeast Table Tennis Team arrived as full-fledged champions. However, they just couldn't make the grade this season. Meeting their arch-rivals on March 13, 1940, they went down slugging, to the tune of 12 to 5. Because of the skillful coaching of Mr. Morris Cohen, Mr. Samuel Silver and Captain Bill Kmetz, the team was able to finish its regular schedule in a first place tie with the Mirrors, having seven victories and one defeat. After the dust had cleared away at the play-offs it was apparent that Central High had annexed the crown. We have one veteran leaving the aggregation this tenn. He is Captain Bill Kmetz, outstanding for his hard, vicious drives that were impossible to return. His consistency in winning was instrumental in the team's success. While the ping-pongers missed the crown this year, we wish them lots of luck for the coming season. 170 Gym Bennett Hartlain. . . Carl Patterson ..... Edward Poland .... Charles Sheridan. . Charles Lebow .... Football Thomas DiGiacomo ....... '39 lohn Emery ....... Donald Fagan .... Vincent Presto .... Rocco Reale .... lustine Statkus. . . Thomas Stewart. . . lames Walsh ..... Swimming Stewart lordal .... Valentino Pasquarella ..... '37 William Scheid ...,... . . Basketball Edwin Kolowski .... . . Anthony Les, . . Baseball lohn Heenan ....... . . Charles Herman ...... . . ' Adolph Kessel ...... . . Baldwin Wojcik .... . . '39 '38 '39 '39 '38 13' 171 Soccer Roy Bertolet ...... Paul Matthes ..... Bernard Penska. . George Rankin. . . Harold Werntz . . . Track Anthony' Cranston .... . . ' Thomas Goode. . . Henry Hart .....,. Charles Hobbs. . . Warren Waldron. Cross Country William Finley. . . Robert Hannum ..... , . Henry Hart ...... Charles Hobbs. . . Harry Lowrie. . . Golf Bernard Penska . . Robert Remer ,..,. Table Tennis William Kmetz. . . Tennis William Kmetz .... . . ' Alfred Race ..., '39 '38 '39 '39 '39 '39 FACULTY 1, PRINCIPAL fg3ffA gjM.j7,.f. -If i ' ' f A-K ' " .Q ff I I ' U 1 Q M ' U77 - Laws JD-w.e,Z fs 'fe gf-,f of ' Q, M' v if " MM fiffm f iffy! WM .' ff ' ' 4' ' MAX 44 24' Qdffawfzflf , f ' I 1' . -W Mhz, 5 11546 , oe. I7 FAC IJ L'l'Y ,+ x Anvlssn f'f25'iZ5fj'+1 755115635 Wffif da ,ff ff ggMZi r v 0 T H W. 37-wg? g, WZQ ??f.g,.. Aw' ' 'Wai ' - Em , . . ' -Q W -f. ,. Qgfww,fffMWMf 5' - , .M IH, may , Q ' .2104 Evenin a56tt6 Editor, John Koltes SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1975 Circulation 1,000,000 PAUL FBEY ELECTEDDMAYOR 0F PHILADELPHIA mon Pleas Court No. 1, was elected mayor by an overwhelming majority. His opponent, Thos. Sleesman, declined to comment. Speaker Resigns Speaker of the House of Representa- tives Henry Majka resigned his post after a bitter debate over his proposed bill. Student Given Diploma Victor Moss, who has been a student at the Northeast High School for the past 38 years, has been awarded an honorary diploma by the Board of Ed. for his dili- gence and patience. Noted J urist Weds Roy Bertolet, Chief Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court, was wed at the Little Church Around the Corner yesterday to Mrs. Eloise Kay Magruder French Smith, sbocgety matron. This makes his 6th rl e. Principal Finds One Thousand Dollars Carl Patterson, on the Staff of the N. E. H. S., found a'S1,000 bill while walking on Market St. yesterday. I-Ie is quoted as saying: "Whoopee." Playboy Injured at Polo Wm. Scheid, known to readers as "The Toast of the Coast," was injured while engaging in a polo match in Bermuda. Knoff Made F. B. I. Head Wm. Knoff was made head G-man yesterday. He was appointed by Pres. of the U. S. Wm. Kmetz. Barber Wins Sweeps Rob't. Malagoli, downtown barber, won S350,000 in the Sweepstakes. He will give up the shop and take a trip to Ita y. Radio Star Ill Harry Medd, radio's bad boy, was confined to his bed by his physician. George Shissler, King of the Clarinet, opened to a capacity crowd at the Earle Theatre last night. The lad is great. Saw Dr. Lionel Dillman at the Forrest last night for the opening of the smash hit, "A Stitch in Time," written by Paul Gorin of this city. Jack McGuckin and Bronislaw Soloway turn in superb per- formances .... Took in the Wrestling Show at the Arena between Oscar fTurkJ Packer and Pete QSquare Headb Monte- fusco. The Turk won easily .... Don't miss Jim Plenert's Rodeo down at Con- vention Hall. It's great .... Frank Axe has just accepted the job as Sports Edi- tor for the N. Y. Times .... Edw. Rudin has just had his 100th book, "The Ille- gitimate Stage," published. Critics say it is not only sensational, but revolu- tionary as well .... Stan Shotz, the boy wonder, who owns "Shotz's Merry Midgets," a road show, is bankrupt .... Ed Ryglewicz walked out on his band in a fit of temperament. He told reporters that he's out of the Band business for good. Note: Not only is his Band glad but the radio listeners as well .... Ed Poland, whose U. of P. Gym Team won the Internat. Meet for the 8th consec. time has resigned. 'Tis a blow to Penn. . . . Moe Yohannan, society's suave danc- ing instructor, is said to have been seen courting Maggie Hearst, Glamour Girl No. 1. Wonder who the svelte blond was that George Rankin, Uncle W. I. P. to you kiddies, was escorting on Chestnut St? . . . Hays Beatty has done it again. His "Lover" is a song destined for im- mortality .... George Clark, radio crooner, was divorced from Jean Coy yes- terday. He is the one who is billed as "The Golden Voiced Adonis." . . . It's a boy for baseball player John Murray .... Frank Potter, Motion Picture Director, is going on a round-the-world cruise in- cognito .... Record of the Week, "Bang Bang Shuffle," as recorded by Henry Hart and his Hart Breakers. Oil Man Held Geoffrey Possinoff, well known oil exec- utive of the Wang Poo Oil Co., is being held for trial regarding the funds of the aforementioned Company. Noted Coach Injured Coach Vincent QKillerJ Presto, whose NE High Football Team has been unde- feated for the past 10 yrs., received in- juries when he fell from a bench during a scrimmage. Condition is not critical. 174 Benvenuto fSamJ Katzin, woman's dress designer, has returned from the Spring Fashion Show in Paris with some daring ideas on new styles. Senator's Hat In Ring Senator Valentino Pasquarella has been nominated for the Presidency at the Repub. Nat. Convention here. Noted Pedagogue Feted Dr. Harry Krug was tendered a testi- monial dinner at the Pennac following his retirement as head of the History Dep't. of Northeast High School. Chief of Police Blast Chief Rocco Reale told reporters that he was out to clean up the rackets in Phila. He said, "The scum of the town shall be sifted and thrown out." Globe Trotter Lectures Richard Snyder, Globe Trotter, author and lecturer, lectures tonight at the Academy of Music. His subject is "Types of Dresses in the Congo." Ex-Pugilist Found Dazed Charles Mills, mediocre middle weight, was found wandering in a daze by Park Guard Wm. Rosenfelder last night. Doctors say it is a form of amnesia called punch-drunkedness. Philadelphia Surgeon Wins Dr. Wm. Rothman, noted Phila. sur- geon, was awarded the Nobel Prize for his work in pneumonia. - Professor Is Dean Professor Marvin Schwartz, teacher at the Columbia School of Journalism, was appointed dean. Academy Award Winner Addison Gottshalk won the Acad- emy Award as the outstanding actor of the year for his performance in "Hello, Mr. Quips." AUTOGRAPHS wwe W " fffifawffifw MQQM WMM P . El-61" rv -H-www F1131--1-.:pr:.rf sz Ji n J' J ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The "Archive" Staff expresses their acknowledgments to: Phillips Studios .... .... P hotography Williams 61 Marcus Company .... .......,....... P rinting Peerless Engraving Company. . . .... 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