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Seated: Miss Bicrer, Miss Alloway, Miss Black, Miss Recd, Mrs. Davis.
Standing: Messrs. Lloyd, Mclscistcr, Kelly, Renton, Wilson, Schrock
Lcgory, Nlr. Rueklc Cabsentl.
Our high school faculty, under the supervision of Mr. Seville, consists of well-
trained men and women, whose work it is to further the education of the stu-
dents, Mr. Legory, our chemistry teacher, is the Principal of the high school.
Qur mathematics teachers are Mr. Renton, the leader of the Boys' Clee Club,
and Mr. Lloyd, ln our history courses Miss Black, Miss Alloway, and Mr.
Schrock, are the instructors, Mr. Kelly teaches the freshman and sophomore
science classes, and Mr, Renton has charge of the junior and senior classes.
Miss Reed, our Dean of Girls, Miss Bierer, Mr. Mclceister, and Miss Alloway
are instructors of English and foreign languages. Our commercial teachers are
Mrs. Davis and Mr. Ruckle, who is also our wrestling coach. In the physical
education department, lklr. Wilson is the instructor. l-le has built up a football
and baseball team with the assistance of Mr. Kelly. ln the music department
Miss Gethin is the Supervisor.
Umf High School Principal
Serving in the dual role of principal and teacher
is not an easy task, but Mr. L. A. Legory smilingly
performs both services. Since l927 he has been
connected with Trafford High School as a chemis-
try teacher and has served as Principal since 193 l,
equally at home counseling students or conducting
laboratory demonstrations. Born at Washington
and educated at Westminster College and Colum-
bia University, Mr. Legory learns more about young
people each day as he signs excuses and keeps the
school program moving. l-lis self-control and
bland manner make him admired and respected.
Compliments of M. N. Euwer-Refrigerators, Picture Framing, Furniture
Member of TraFford's Business and Professional Association
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l tlt to right' Nlr lames Nl Brown, Ur.CMl..lX4itchell,lXf1r..fX. lu. Rvan,
Nl: R I Cillis Nlr ll C
. I ,. . .i.Ciethin.
'l'he 'lirafford Schools are fortunate in having at their head such men as those
constituting our Board of Education, On the hrst lvlonday of every month they
hold their meetings. and with intelligence, foresight, and a true interest in the
welfare of the school, discuss and rule upon the problems concerning it. Pro-
gress has been made by them in every phase of our school life. In athletics, by
plans for a football stadium. something for which every student has yearncdl
in study conditions, by securing better lighting, and more satisfactory heating
and ventilating systems1 and by the addition of a music department wherein
many students have discovered their talents and been given an opportunity
to further their training, These are only a few of the many improvements and
opportunities granted to us by the present board, and for these and the count-
less others we do earnestly wish to thank the Board of liducation of the Trafford
Our Supervising rinczjml
lfor the P1151 fifteen years the Trafford Schools
have been under the capable supervision of lvlr.
ll li. Seville After coming to 'lirafford in l92-l as
Supervising Principal, he reorganized the edu-
cational program and put it on a sound basis. A
native of lXlcCfonnellsburg, Pennsylvania, he se-
cured his education at Shippensburg State 'leach-
ers' College and the University of Pittsburgh.
llis years of experience in education have given
him a w ell-rounded philosophy, enabling him to
gttide and direct the learning activity of young
people sympathetically. May he continue to
Compliments of Duffs-Iron City College
For Better Training'--Enter Duff's
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Around the School
For three years now Miss Hutton has done a fine
job as our school nurse Helping with physical
examinations, suggesting remedies. administering
gentle reprimands, she has given many of us a
brighter outlook on life. Tlzere was a time, you'll
recall, when scarlet lever epidemics threw our
plays and dances oil' schedule. Teday. thanks to
Miss Hutton, such disruptions to our school pro-
gram have been minimized, and all Trafford
is happier and healthier as a result ol' her work.
Miss Pogue received her position as secretary
to Mr. Seville in 1038, the year oi' her graduation
from Trafford High School. Her cheerlulncss has
brought many people to admire her, and to use a
borrowed phrase, she is the "ideal secretary."
Always a dependable student in school we feel
sure that Miss Pogue has made Mr. Sevilles work
more pleasant each day.
ll-IE MAX QUEEN LROUP
What have we here? A bevy of winsome
misses. The oceasioneethe annual crowning
of the May Queen. When the Hnal ballot
was counted, Elizabeth Clodich had been
elected May Queen The Misses Atwood
and Beswicls are Senior attendants. Per-
haps one ol' the following girls may attain
the Queenship in her Senior year: the
Misses Seville and Ciunia, Llunior at-
tendants, the Misses Skrgich and Stone,
Sophomoresg the Misses Harris and
Dubrave, lfreshman. Why isn't there a
Tl lli CLASS UlflflCfliRS
Behold before you the smiling faces of
the officers ol' the Senior Class. They are
Eugene Peduzzi, President: Edward Ryan,
Vice President: Antoinette Gunia, Secre-
tary, and klohn McLachlan, Treasurer.
The oiiicers have had little to smile about
this year alter inheriting a dehcit from the
treasury ol' the previous year, But re-
lusing to be daunted by this gloomy state
ol allairs, they uuiclqly organized the class
and soon remedied the situation, ln fact
they did their duties so well that it was
possible to have this Annual
Compliments of Fa1ler's, Turtle Creek
See Fal1er's for Fine Furniture
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