Trenton Central High School - Bobashela Yearbook (Trenton, NJ)

 - Class of 1933

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Trenton Central High School - Bobashela Yearbook (Trenton, NJ) online yearbook collection, 1933 Edition, Page 75
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fbtional 63601101 ocicty First Row--lleft to rigthtjfLaura Bennett: Bernard Lavine, treasurer: Jean Carter. secretary: Dorothy Wulf, vice-president: Stuart Woolley, president: Charles Waters, president: William Betz, vice-president: William Gaskill, secretary, Eric Gration, treasurer: Stella Misiakowski. Second RowfMary Mack, Helen Perrot, Virginia Patterson, Helen Brades, Florence Willis, Elinor Phillips, Alice Ferguson, Margaret Lamont, Sadie Cunningham, Mary Horvath, Mary Tripp, Rosalie Videtta, Marion Bentley, Rocko Fasanella. Third Row-Lillian Glembotski, Janet Runkles, Elizabeth Nicolaysen, Evelyn Stead, Bertha Kesselman. Grace Davies, Evelyn Fabian, Doris Stratton, Doris Berkowitz, Hedwig, Cetkowska, Louise Rittman, Dalba Brilliantine, Irving Segal. Fourth RowffEdward Andrews, Blair Vine, Walter Heran, John Gang, Richard Furman, Alfred Win- terhalter, Alex Hewitson, Walter Firman, Alexander Garbarczyk, John Gandner, Henry Stratton. Fifth RowfAaron Robinson: Joseph Lo Bue: Warren Rendell: John Hills: Mr. Julian B. Honeycutt, sponsor: Harry Berrien: John Sinclairg Paul Ricattog Robert Banks: Seymour Wacks. Character, scholarship, leadership, and service are the bars of the gate which one must open in order to enter the most ex- clusive of organizations, the National Honor Society. The stu- dent who is passed on to Julian B. Honeycutt, the sponsor, knows that he has fared well with those sternest of judges, the high school faculty. In November, the time for much excitement and propaganda, the club delivered campaign speeches, and conducted a straw vote among the seniors of the school to determine their choice for the Presidency. The members of the society acted as tellers and returned the verdict for Herbert Hoover. Their curiosity concerning the Presidency satislied, the so- ciety participated in an essay contest based rm the Paris Peace Pact in 'regard to the Japanese situation. The faculty ascended their judgment seats and selected Blair Vine's essay to bear the colors of Trenton Central High School to possible national honors and incidentally a trip to Europe. Who knows? Perhaps at some future date We may all receive post cards bearing the message, "Having a grand old time. Glad you're not here." Row after row of faces stared intently at a solemn ritual being enacted in the auditorium during the assembly period. To be sure! National Honor again occupied the limelight. This was the ofilicial induction service: and with the aid of Stuart Wooley and the four symbols, thirty-five new members were led to the heights. H11

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