Trenton Central High School - Bobashela Yearbook (Trenton, NJ)
- Class of 1941
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TRENTON CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
TRENTON - NEW JERSEY
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EXPERIENCED FELLOWSHIP ..... Faculty
ACHIEVEMENT THROUGH FELLOWSHIP . Projects
A GOODLY FELLOWSHIP. . . . Seniors
FELLOWSHIP IN SPORTS ...... Athletics
WHEN GOOD FELLOWS GET TOGETHER . . Clubs
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T THIS time When various Euro-
pean peoples are held together by the
power of fear, hatred or despair, the
happy unity of America stands as a bril-
liant foil against World conliict and per-
secution. Trenton Central High School
with its forty-two hundred pupils is
truly illustrative of the happy Ameri-
can spirit of fellowship. Within this
school, as in other schools of the nation,
the heartening spectacle of worthy
achievement through democratic and
peaceful cooperation may still be ob-
In Trenton High, the students do not
consciously follow any inflexible plan
or theme as they seek truth, reconcile
differences, and Work for a better life.
There has been, instead, a unifying sen-
timent-a happy, industrious spirit of
camaraderie - which underlies every
phase of student activity.
Consequently, in its attempt to mirror
realistically the events of the past year,
members of the Bobashela staff find that
this sentiment inexorably presents itself
for use as a theme which, they feel, may
best be described as American Fellow-
In Recognition of His Cifvic Virtue
and Helpful, Inspiring Fellowship
R a period of twelve years, Dr. Charles P. Messick
has served as a member of the Trenton Board of Education. His
record of service during this period has been inspiring and con-
structive. When he Hrst accepted his place on the board, Dr. Messick
brought to the position the benefits of his experience as a teacher, a
business man, and a community leader. As a result he has always been
able to offer mature counsel and sympathetic understanding to the
diverse problems of public instruction.
Since his sustained service is a Worthy goal toward which the
American layman may strive in the cause of education,
DEDICATE THE 1941 BOBASHELA
CHARLES P. MESSICK
CHARLES P. NIESSICK
Views of Beauty Old, Yet Efver New
IN YEARS to come the memory of
certain events Which transpired in
1940-41 will arouse anew a feeling of
nostalgia for old, familiar places. The
facade of Trenton High School, bril-
liantly illuminated at night, is one scene
with many happy associations. Arriving
at school to Witness an operetta, a basket-
ball game, or to spend the evening at a
carefree dance, many students have seen
the impressive architectural beauty of
Trenton High at night.
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tions, the towering edifice of the
school building has assumed to many
students a significant place among the
memories of friendly scenes. Viewed
from afar its lofty timepiece has often
cautioned some late student arrivals
that: fflt is much later than you think."
Looking at the environs of the school
from the tower, we have seen a panorama
of life and beauty which characterizes
Trenton High. Together these scenes
hold many happy remembrances for all
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OMETIMES a most unpretentious fix-
ture becomes a landmark. Perhaps
the future Will decree that status upon
the lamp posts in front of the school.
On cold Winter nights its Warm light
brightens many a tired spirit as Well as
illuminates the steps to the entrance of
the school. In spring, when the Weather
invites the student to tarry outside of the
school building, the lamp post, for no
good reason whatsoever, becomes a mecca
for Trenton High youth. We picture the
lamp post here as a rallying point for
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For Retrospect-Friends and A Lamp Post
Dr. Edward Jennings
' Louis Marciante
William R. Thorne
James T. Knotts
Robert C. Belleville
I. Herbert Levy
Winfield S. Fell
Mrs. James Ballantine
Dr. Charles P. Messick
Cooperation in Its Most
BOARD OF EDUCATION
WHEN cooperation has reached its highest
A and most admirable form, it may truly be
described as fellowship. Such an epithet must
be used in describing the relationship which ex-
ists between the Trenton Board of Education
and the superintendent. lvlotivated by sincere
interest in the welfare of youth, the board and
llr. Loser have worked incessantly for the
maintenance of a school system which would
insruct its charges in the American way of life.
Although the material facilities of education
which they have provided are conducive to such
a good, free way of life, a more potent factor in
achieving this goal has been their example of
L .wmwable Form
Hlul Loser, M. A.
As the leader of the Trenton school system, hir. Paul Loser has
consistently demonstrated a happy combination of visionary
educational philosophy and real business acumen. Under his guid-
ance the progress of the Trenton public schools has been wisely
directed according to the tenets of the best progressive thought and
sound financial policies. Consequently, this guidance has meant un-
interrupted achievement for our schools and has established the
reputation of Mr. Loser for sound pedagogy and skillful adminis-
tration. Thus, today as a result of his leadership, our schools are
functioning efficiently and are gaining the Well-deserved plaudits of
laity and educators alike.
Paul R. Spencer, Ph.D.
EVER responsive to the changing World and
its implications for education, Dr. Paul
R. Spencer, as principal of Trenton Central
High School, continues to make the educa-
tional program substantial and progressive.
Vocational, classic, and social learnings have
all been modihed to make them timely and
effective. Despite onerous detail of adminis-
trative tasks, Dr. Spencer has always been
found to be hospitable and helpful to all who
have sought his counsel and assistance, To
him the pupils ascribe all the attributes of a
Reading from left to right: Dr. Paul R. Spencer, Edward G Leefeldt ,
Miss barah C Christie William J. 0'Brien fzvigjijidjzlq
THE enriched program of education at Trenton Central
High School is dependent upon the efficient clearance of
administrative detail. Under these three vice-principals this
work is done by dividing the huge administrative task into
the followng three sections: Edward G. Leefeldt, details of
equipment and schedulingg William J. O'Brien, attendance
and guidanceg and Miss Sarah C. Christie, activities.
During the school year of 1940-1941, the administrative
needs of 4-,ZOO pupils were handled efficiently and consider-
ately by this corps of school executives. As a result, the stu-
dent body Was able to initiate with facility many new projects
and carry them to completion in true democratic manner.
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Friar! Rau' ileft to rightj-Misses .Xcltlie XVeber, lflizzibetli Bodine, Barbara Liirlwig. Vereua Lusclier,
Julia Barata. Mrs. lflsie Saile. Misses Betty Dillon. lfleanoi' Ingoldsby. Scfmnl Razr'-Mrs. .X. Duff, Bliss
Alice llunboxv, Del Roy VVhite, lflmer Johnson, Artliur llzmcnck, Morris Saivlfonl. Keimetli Murpliey. Bliss
Martha Collier, Miss Olive Brown. Herman Foss, Ffilllli Clark. Tliird Rfmtflfrasmo Ciccollela, George
Rolge, liernarnl Forer. llarry Miclielsoii, Tliomas Peoples. fllorris Nlicll-riff, Charles A. Tlogzm, .flZJ.vw11CU-
INCE a modern, progressive school
must train its pupils to be efficient
and effective in many types of language
activities, the English department of the
Trenton Central High School offers a
Wide range of interesting experiences in
Writing, speaking, and reading. For
sophomores there is a series of lectures
about different phases of literature. Eli-
gible sophomores may take a special
course in creative
The Laureate I,
Spectator I classes
are composed of
those juniors Who
show ability in cre-
Speech classes a r e
designed to suit the
needs and interests
Arthur S. Hanock
of those students possessing oratorical
talent, drama classes are open to pupils
who desire to learn the fundamentals of
acting, business correspondence is se-
lected by the junior business students,
While all others take the regular English
course llEa and llEb.
The Press and Bobashela classes, Spec-
tator II, and Drama II are offered to
senior honor students. Those preparing
for college-entrance examinations re-
ceive aid from the College Board classes.
The remaining students study contempo-
rary literature and survey. In both of
these classes the students study American
and English literature, but the survey
course emphasizes historical background,
and the contemporary literature stresses
the study of modern Works only.
O Fiizrt Row Cleft to riglitjflllisses Eleanor R. Duruan, Bella Kaplan, Mrs. Nl. l'e-itzman, Bliss Catherine
A i l'i'lx Cale, llliss Lucy Ciricolo, Mr. Don Deal, Misses Laura ll. Fell, Catherine Read, Nellie H. Terry, Mrs. A. M.
l ll fliihott. Stwoizif Rott'-Messrs. A. lf. Sclioeuer, K. N. Gralizim, H. I, lYhite, Scott hlosovich, Charles li.
l U llillegass, A. G. Sexton, NVzard B. Gedney. Walter Crouse, Frank Crouse, Allen B. Dakin, Miss Mary Lapin.
HOSE students who Wish to take part
in business activities after gradua-
tion may prepare themselves in high
school by taking any of the four major
curricula offered by the commercial de-
partment. The accounting course, de-
signed for pupils who desire to become
accountants or bookkeepers, is open only
to those pupils Who, as sophomores,
maintain consistently good averages in
bookkeeping. Likewise, students who
earn marks that are average or better in
the Hrst year of their high school Work
may take the secretarial curriculum,
and get proitable experience by acting as
secreatries for leaders of organizations,
department heads, and advisers of the
The course offered in selling involves
theoretical salesmanship, practical sales-
manship, and marketing. Students who
take this course operate the school store
and Work in Trenton department stores
at bi-Weekly intervals.
For those pupils who are desirous of
obtaining a position not requiring a
knowledge of bookeeping or stenogra-
phy, the school offers the general busi-
ness course. ln this course pupils study
the Hling of correspondence and other
records, the use of calculating and du-
During the past
year the students en-
rolled in consumer
education cl a s s e s
presented an exhibit
of the work, using
th e theme, llWhat
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Don T. Deal
William J. O,Brien
Foreign Language Department
First Rau' fleft to rightl-vlfarl Ste1l'y,.Miss Irene Ernst, John lxirkpatrlck. Second Row-Frank
Borgia, M. La lfountam, John lxelsey, Dr, Yiktor Saliary.
INCE American democracy is com-
posed of many peoples, the knowl-
edge of foreign languages is conducive
to unity and fellowship in our com-
munity. Therefore, five foreign lan-
guages, considered of great cultural
value, are offered by the language depart-
ment. These include: Latin, French, Ital-
ian, Spanish, and German.
Latin, a good basis for the study of
is offered for four
years while French,
the most popular
language, is studied
for a period of three
years. In this study
emphasis is placed
on reading and con-
German is also
offered for three years. In this course the
best literature of Germanic writers is
read. Newspapers and magazines in the
German tongue are also utilized in the
Since the present "Good Neighbor"
policy of our government toward the
South American republics portends a
great demand for a knowledge of Span-
ish, this subject has grown in popularity
among the students. At present Spanish
is a two-year subject. The first year is de-
voted to study of grammar and vocabu-
laryg the second year to Spanish conver-
sation and literary classics.
A newcomer to the language Held is
Italian, which may be studied for a per-
iod of three years. The course has many
interesting learning activities which in-
clude the reading of current Italian
newspapers, magaines and books.
Fz'r.vf Rage' lleft to iiglitl-Sylvia Simon. Iames G. Manzer, Mrs. Florence S. Congle. Second Rott'-
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r. L iirray W estover, llr. XX estley Cl. Atkins, Harold S. Jones, Da l Xl IJ g, ll i I .til li -. Lil l-
well, Albert llntterer, Constantine Nl. Diztniontl. Alzxvfriccsflleleit Evans. Evelyn johnson, exchange teacher
in place of George M. Krall.
NE desideratum for intelligent com-
munity life is the knowledge of sci-
entific principles. The science depart-
ment is organized to meet the needs for
scientific knowledge in the home, in in-
dustry, and in college.
Biology classes are open to sopho-
mores. One course is designed for college-
preparatory students, and the other for
those who desire a general, rather than
an intensive, course.
Physics is primarily a junior course.
Students planning to go to college take
llSl. Less intensive work may be done
by pupils who do not plan to go to col-
lege. Courses llS2 and llS3 are offered
to those who seek a knowledge of every-
Senior students may elect college-
preparatory chemistry, l2Sl, if it suits
their needs. Boys not planning to go to
college may take l2S2, and girls inter-
ested in nursing may take l2S3.
In this course practical household
problems are solved, and the principles
governing the solving of them are
learned. The course is useful to girls as a
preparation for nursing or Haousekeep-
This year, lNliss Evelyn Johnson, an
exchange teacher from Hawaii, taught
in this department.
Mr. George Krall
assumed Miss John-
sonls teaching task
in Hawaii. As a re-
sult of this system,
many students have
a more vitalized un-
derstanding of the
flora and fauna of a
Social Studies Department
1 !'l7'Sl !C0':t' tleft to riglitj-Frances Pulleu, Frances C.liriStie. lxtlitli Atkinson, Clara Braymer. Lois
St. john Smith. Elizabeth lwihrmaim, Ruth. Scott. .SCt'0l'll17 Rott'-John rown, Frank lfpifauio, Julian B.
Honeycutt. L. I. Bartlett, William L. Baxter, I. Howell Kane, VVilliam R. Weaver, 15. Y. Raetzer.
EALIZING both the need and value of
World fellowship and understand-
ing between all groups, the social science
department has given its students a var-
ied program of current events and World
history. This department offers an inter-
esting, experience-curriculum in a Wide
variety of courses.
Sophomores are offered a course in
Economic Geography, a study of World
also have a choice
of early European
History or a general
course in World
may take Modern
which covers histor-
ical events from the
I. Howell Kane
time of the French Revolution to the
present time. Seniors may select the So-
cial-Problems course, in which they
study problems of contemporary life, the
Economics course, or American History
and Problems of Democracy.
Recently the students enrolled in the
course in Problems in Democracy have
been going into the community to inves-
tigate the various activities of the Com-
munity Chest Drive. By direct methods
the students have gained information
about the problems which confront the
Community Chest, and have learned
how the Community Chest solves these
problems. In addition to visiting the
Community Chest agencies, the seniors
have also visited the various municipal
departments of government. Classroom
discussion following these tours were de-
signed to develop constructive thought.
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I7ir.r15 Row tleft to riglxtj-I. NVhiti1ey Colliton, Thomas Murphy, Nlary K. Fredericks. Second Kow-
1fl'flCl'SOI'l llurcliek, lfValter Crouse. Third Rmt'4Cl21rence Lowileu, Fred Drews, Albert Vtfeuzel
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OMPLEX, modern life requires the ser-
vices of some who possess expert
knowledge of mathematics and its ac-
companying attribute - precision. To
meet such a need, the mathematics de-
partment offers two programs, the col-
lege preparatory courses and industrial
courses. There is enough variety in the
courses for the students to select work
which is best suited to their abilities,
needs, and desires.
The sophomores have a choice of first
year algebra or plane geometry. A very
select group is taught the fundamen-
tals of trigonometry. In the junior year
the students may take intermediate al-
gebra. Pupils in fast moving classes in
this subject are taught trigonometry. Sen-
iors may enroll in classes in solid geom-
etry or trigonometry.
In addition to these college prepara-
tory classes, there is a large group of stu-
dents, most of whom are boys, who fol-
low the well-planned series of courses in
industrial mathematics through their
sophomore, junior, and senior years.
These courses are carefully and specifi-
cally planned to be of practical assistance
to the students in obtaining positions in
industry. The value of this type of math-
ematics has recently been enhanced by
the needs of the na-
Because of special
classes, which cover
more than the re-
many honor students
have been able to
omit the first-half
year of college
J. Whitney Colliton
Physical Education Department
'irs an e t o 1"g1t i rs. 1 rm lri 1 is Ieanor C
1' 1 R ti ll f t 1 l J-'VI K 4 fftl , ltl l Qfing, llaruet VV1cand, Margaret Smoek,
Mrs. Isabelle Quick. SC'L'011Lf RuwvAlbert Clemens, Alfred Ne haefer, Edward Murphey, Peter Morgan,
LeRoy Smith, Q. roster, June. Q
OOD mental hygiene and vigorous
physical health are the two worthy
goals which stimulate the pupils in
Trenton High School to participate ac-
tively in the program of the health de-
partment. This department has done a
commendable job in developing fellow-
ship through its programs. Those stu-
dents who have certified doctorls excuses
are excused from more strenuous physi-
c al exercises. A ll
other students, how-
ever, devote fo r t y
minutes a day to
wi s e, supervised
Suitable s p o r t s
are provided in ac-
cordance with the
season of the year.
During the fall the
girls' classes participate in speedball and
hockey. When bad weather forces the
girls to remain indoors, basketball, service
ball, and swimming are found to be the
most popular activities. After the Christ-
mas vacation, the girls begin to make
preparations for Sports Nite. This affair
enables every girl within the school to
have an active part in the work of this
department. In this yearls exhibition,
two thousand girls participated in the
Boys may try to qualify for the var-
sity football and basketball teams. Dur-
ing the indoor season they participate
chiefly in boxing, wrestling, and basket-
ball. Tennis, track, and baseball are
spring activities. Since the welfare of the
student is of the greatest importance, this
department makes every attempt to
achieve this end.
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Q First Row Cleft to rightj-Misses Dorothy Ross, llelen Mclntire, Grace Bullock, Kathryn Golclenbzium,
ix Lucille Barlow. Second Ifozvfllisses Margaret Cook, Bette Menk, Barbara Newton, Esther Tripp.
NY school seeking to give its pupils
the maximum educational beneits
with minimum effort must utilize the best
ability available to handle clerical de-
tails of administration. The forty-two
hundred pupils of Trenton Central High
School have had at their disposal the re-
sources of nine well-trained, efficient sec-
retaries. This staff has won the admira-
tion of the entire student body because of
its consistent aid and pleasant spirit.
They are doing a big task with unusual
Misses Margaret Cook and Esther
Tripp keep attendance and punctuality
records of all students. Private secre-
taries to the school administrators in-
clude Miss Barbara Newton, secretary
to Dr. Spencerg Miss Dorothy Ross and
Miss Helen Mclntire, secretaries to
Vlilliam 0lBrien and Miss Sarah C.
Christie, vice-principals, respectively.
Miss Bette Menk handles the admin-
istrative details in the ofiice of Samuel
Eberly, placement director. Miss Lucille
Barlow has charge of mimeographing.
The central office, which serves as a
clearing house for all school activities,
has the clerical assistance of Misses
Grace Bullock and Katharine Golden-
baum, two competent secretaries.
In addition to the
m a n y responsibili- Grace Bullock
ties efficiently han-
dled by these secre-
taries, the clerical
force also served as
an educative factor
in permitting cer-
tain commercial stu-
dents to assist them
at times in the office.
Home Arts Department
Lett to 1'lgl1t-LlHl'3. hllswortli, Xiola Moss, llziuua Foster. Maude Yau Natta. Lois I,L'l5l1llJlll'j'. Helen
OMEMAKING will never become a lost
art for the girls of Trenton High
School. Practical experience in sewing
and cooking are offered to those who take
the home-arts course. While enrolled in
the sewing course the girls have the op-
portunity to contribute their valuable
services for various dramatic produc-
tions and social works by making and re-
modeling costumes. In addition to learn-
ing how to make their own clothing,
these students also discuss various prob-
lems in homemaking and receive timely
advice about how to solve them.
There is also a three-year cooking
course which these girls may select, pro-
viding they are interested in cooking,
either as an occupation or for practical
home use. The preparation of food, the
study of diet, its scientific basis, care
for silverware and dishes, and the use of
table etiquette are some of the main top-
ics of discussion in this specific course.
For those boys interested in cooking
as an occupation, there are special
courses in short-order cooking. Many of
these boys were permitted to serve mem-
bers of the faculty at noontime. The boys
have prepared the food served at several
school functions, thereby gaining invalu-
able experience in the technique of tak-
ing orders for food and serving it prop-
erly. The preparation of foods, however,
is the main objective of study in this
The biggest project of the department
was the annual Fashion Show, presented
on June 4 before the public and the stu-
dent body alike. Sport and afternoon
dresses, made and modeled by the stu-
dents, were featured by the girls enrolled
in the various domestic-art courses.
Irtdttstrtttl Arts Department
V First Row tleft to rightj-Noble Cochran, John VVhormliy, Harry Burslem, Joseph Ilills. Francis Mack.
,Sctoud Roni-Douglas Coodale, Walter Macllonough, Carl Daiinerth, Harry Friuger, Harry Lesslic.
F a student Wishes to study one of the
practical arts, let him come to Tren-
ton High. Numerous courses are offered,
in which a variety of Work is accom-
plished. Not only is the theoretical back-
ground learned, but these future crafts-
men have practical experiences that will
aid them later in their chosen life-vvork.
Practical pieces of furniture for the
home are made by boys in the Wood-shop
classes. Although the school derives spe-
cial benefit from the Work which these
young craftsmen do in constructing nu-
merous properties for student produc-
tions, the boys themselves gain valuable
trade-practice. The print shop provides
its students with a detailed program in
preparation for their apprenticeships in
the printing business. In the electrical
shops many useful electrical appliances
are made, including the construction of
Thoughtful students who expect to en-
ter a mechanical field after graduation
make certain that they enter either the
auto or the machine shop, the former, if
they intend to specialize in the workings
of this important product, or the latter,
if they expect to master the intricacies of
all types of machines.
And last, there is
the course in me-
W h i c h appeals to
boys who are plan-
ning to become
draftsmen or to be
architects. In th i s
activity the students
learn the skills neces-
sary for exact plans.
Fine Arts Department
Left to right-Rogene L. Borgen, I. P. Russell, Dapliine Koenig, Iohn R. Slavik, Friebis Siegfried.
LTHOUGH the twentieth century had
made the modern school change its
curriculum in many ways in order to sat-
isfy the technical demands of the ma-
chine age, Trenton High School still of-
fers its pupils the cultural values of Work
in fine arts and music. The line-arts
course offers instruction in appreciation
of the basic principles of stagecraft, de-
signing, and drawing.
For pupils who are interested in art as
an occupation rather than as a hobby
there is offered a three-year course in
commercial arts. This course offers in-
struction in making posters, show cards,
linoleum cuts, and soap carvings, and in
trimming store Windows and store fronts.
Work upon the school's dramatic pro-
ductions provides many of the fine arts
students with opportunities to put their
abilities into real creative Work. Their
consistent good Work has Won the ap-
probation of the most critical spectators.
The design and development of art Work
in school publications is also executed by
the fine-arts department.
The music curriculum provides an
opportunity for those interested in music
to secure three or more years of training.
Pupils taking this course may obtain six
credits for instruction given outside of
school under approved instructors.
The creative Work of the music de-
partment Won special citation by the
Evaluative Committee in its examina-
tion of the school this year. Under the
guiding baton of J. P. Russell, the or-
chestra has not only learned to perform
with perfection but has been encouraged
to compose. The band, under R. Rogene
Borgen, has also carved an invidious
niche for itself at football games and at
other athletic activities. The spirited
playing of this group reveals the pains-
taking effort of the sponsor to develop
professional calibre in his students.
Left to right--L. lg. Lhristian, Mrs. Florence Cougle, S. W. Eherly, VVm. L. Baxter, Mary li. Meagher.
N addition to sixteen advisers who give
counsel to assigned groups of stu-
dents, there is also a special department
consisting of Samuel Eberly, director of
student placement, who has done an un-
precedented job in securing employment
for graduates of Central High School,
Miss Mary E. Meagher and Mrs. Flor-
ence Cougle, who handle special guid-
ance and counseling problems pertaining
to girls, Clarence E. Christian and Wil-
liam L. Baxter, who advise junior and
sophomore boys about social and scholas-
This guidance staff meets the students
of Trenton High during assigned periods
throughout the week. At this time the
vocational aspects of guidance are em-
phasized. Studies are made of economic
opportunities found in Trenton. Pupils
are taught how to recognize and to grasp
the type of work for which they are best
Prospective college students receive
the special services of Mr. Eberly. His
oflice is frequently the scene of meetings
between college representatives and stu-
dents who are inquisitive about the mer-
its of a particular college. Mr. Eberly's
oflice also keeps complete records of all
alumni. In this manner his oilice serves
not only as a ready clearing house for de-
tails of student and alumni employment
but also as a source of information to
pupils and graduates as they seek busi-
ness, scholastic or professional advance-
With the impetus given to employ-
ment by the national defense program
there has been a growing demand for
student Workers during the summer
months and after school. The student
placement bureau is handling this new
responsibility efficiently. At the present
time many Trenton High pupils have se-
cured employment through this channel.
Achievement Through Fellowship
-'Some Activities will he Remembered
for their Eminent Success and Fellowship
N the following section of this book.
we depict those activities which will
be remembered both for eminent suc-
cess and happy fellowship. Since these
events taught us to preserve and
strengthen the ways in which men live to-
gether and work together fruitfully, we
feel that they are best described as
Achievements Through Fellowship.
Below is pictured a group of Forum
Club boys conducting a 'fModel Con-
gressfl This activity resulted from their
study of state and national governments.
The nature of this project is typical of
an extensive program offered by the
school to every pupil wherein he is
urged to participate within the classroom
and without in the creative leadership
which is now giving form to the future.
Specifically, this program has been car-
ried on through a series of visits by the
pupils into the immediate community. '
On these trips they have made first-
hand observations of the various agen-
cies which help human beings to handle
themselves as individuals and as mem-
bers of societyg they recognized facts,
however unpleasant, and then were re-
sponsible for some course of constructive
action, such as the group discussions pic-
tured on these two pages.
These Forum Club' boys are enacting a bill into a law. After having observed several sessions
of the State legislative body, this group returned to Trenton High to conduct a model con-
gress. Activities of this type typify those experiments in fellowship which are carried on
extensively throughout the school. These experiments will be remembered not only for their
eminent success but also for their constructive thought and action.
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Senior Class Takes Trip
Un Cl Three-day Sojowrn
XXZHEN the two hundred forty odd Quoddl'
in the 'LPennsy" station and then pushed Qwe
do mean pushed, onto the VVashington-bound
special train, the first of three full days and
nights had begun.
The train4a thumb-worn copy of Esquire-
lunches-the Mason-Dixon line-more lunches
-VVashington! The class of '41 plus a battalion
of chaperones had arrived Everyone then had
his picture taken en masse on the capitol steps
and the nice photographer who was taking the
picture had his picture taken by someone who
was having his picture taken fEd. Note: The
Bobashela offered 35 cents for it, but the offer
The fish commission - G-Men - Supreme
Court justices. As Bobbie Lewis brightly re-
marked, HOh, we went from the fish commission
to the Supreme Court-like from the 'sub-lime'
to the 'ridiculous' " At last the hotel, with its
coffee room and house detectives! We under-
stand that the bathtubs in a great many rooms
on the second and third floors were immedi-
ately Hlled with water, bed slats, and Raymond
De Vito. QUbiquitous fellow, Ray.j
Craig Rivals dndrew Sisters
All the seniors in Washington went to see the
film, "Knute Rocknef' Wit'h the accent on the
'AKM Cmeaning that it was deinitely O. KJ '4Beat
Me Daddy,l' '4Rum Boogie," and 'Terryboat
Serenade," when harmonized by the Andrew
sisters, did not meet with half so much success
as Jimmy Craig's crooning '4On Blueberry
Hillf' By the way, jimmy, what DID you do
with those two tickets you won?
The hotel-smoke-filled bedrooms-rumors
that ER Cnot a stammer-those are initialsj
was being sued by the hotel house detectives.
VVashington fpuff, puffy Monument-muse-
ums-libraries, and after lunch, Annapolis! ln-
teresting fact-more cameras clicked-more
To Our ational Capital
of Thrills and Learning
film was used that afternoon than on the entire
trip. The-uhf-scenery was so much more-uh
-beautiful there. Bud Cook, Georgie YVhite,
and Tom Wfarner said: 'fln our opinion, the only
thing that impresses Women is sailor suits. No
wonder we were such successes at the age of
At Arlington Cemetery, Dick Cvrifiiths shak-
ing off the gay atmosphere of the trip, delivered
a memorable oration at the tomb of the Un-
known Soldier. When Nettie Hornyak and
jimmy Mitchell placed the wreath on the tomb,
Eileen Cooney giggled. Yes, maybe that VVAS
lipstick on jimmy's sleeve. Our whole afternoon
schedule was delayed because Eileen Sietz was
riding up and down on the hotel elevators. The
elevator boy was so-o-o-o cute!
Bobashela Stajj' Kept Records
Furtive figures jotting down things in little
black books began to be noticed by the wander-
ing seniors. Worried lines and wrinkled fore-
heads were evidenced until the furtive figures
revealed themselves. It was the erstwhile Boba-
shela staff making notes on 'ffwho was doing
what." Chester Anthony went down into the
little black book-but, sorry, this is no gossip
sheet. A latent talent was noted as Len Mal-
mud, delicatessen runner, broke through the
blockade with sauerkraut a dozen times.
The Smithsonian Institute-a last look at
Washington-the train! We all wished that
green peas were square and cream of tomato
soup solid because eating on a train-well-that
was no lipstick on my shirt, that was just part of
the Pullman's dessert.
Trenton High's Washington delegation re-
turned with heavy eyelids, heavy bags Cno heav-
ier, Mr. Hoover, than when we started, thank
you,j but not with heavy hearts. Said Newton
Ale, expressing the sentiments of all of us at the
'fjourney's end," f'One reason why I want to
grow up to be President is so that I kin go to
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Hard Worki and New
Successes Put Senior
Editors in Limelight
FULL of creative urges and many novel ideas,
the Bobashela staff of 194-l met for the Hrst
time in September. After making plans for
the present volume of the Bobashela, the class
elected Shirley Green as its editor-in-chief. The
theme, '4American Fellowship," was readily
In executing the various details attendant to
the publication of a yearbook, the editor was
assisted by Ted Rogers, Quentin Petersen, Dan-
iel Gafgen and Rose Pauline, associate editors.
Helen Siegle successfully filled the berth of pic-
The Photography Club did much to make
the book a more graphic record through the
contribution of many excellent photographs.
Mr. Siegfried's art classes assisted with various
Richard Mele and Frank Andrews covered
boys, sports, while Doris Lantz and Jeanne
Watts reported upon girls' athletic activities.
Since every yearbook must have its funny
angle, Lenora Panaro, as humor editor, had a
hilarious time figuring out new ways of agitat-
ing the risibilities of dead-pan critics.
The contribution made by eflicient typists to
this yearbook cannot be underestimated. Anna
Gatti, Mary Siminowics, Doris Reed, Mary
Sedoruk, Dorothy Pinto and Catherine Mech-
eda did a painstaking job in typing the volumi-
The responsibility of preparing the senior
pictures for the local press was efliciently and
quietly handled by Dorothy Herbert and Clara
Press Class Editor
Chocolate Soldier lnfvades Trenton
With His Charms and Lilting Songs
N early May, Trenton High vvas con-
quered by a one-man invasion, and the
Whole school succumbed to the charms
of HThe Chocolate Soldier." Light and
romantically gay, Oscar Strauss, operetta
Was a distinct triumph.
The plot featured Dave Urban as
Lieutenant Bumerli, the candy-consum-
ing commissariat. Dave gave the title
role a subtle and real interpretation
which highlighted the entire perform-
ance. Gussie Giet, as Aurilia, gave an
excellent characterization of the comical,
peasant mother. In the female lead, Pa-
tricia O'Neil fNadinaj Was both charm-
ing and beautiful. Also included in the
cast were Boris Semasko QGeneral Pop-
offj, Peggy Dovvdell QMaschaQ, Rich-
ard Green QlVlajor Alexius Spirodoffj,
Alvin Krasne CCaptain Masaskroffj,
lvfarian Naples QLaukaj, and Bill Vir-
The direction, by Miss Olive Brown,
was very ably done with considerable
Disguisecl by grease paint are the Ulcacls' from "The Chocolate Solclicrf' Dick Green,
Pat O'Ncil, Gussie Siet, Boris Semasko, Bill Virgin, Marion Naples, Alvin Krasne, Dave
Urban and Peggy Dowdell.
The scene in the above picture is one which will be remembered by all who witnessed
that splendid performance. Of foremost importance was the setting which created the proper
ln an opcretta, the necessity for a chorus cannot he overestimated. Clad as gay peasants
and clashing officers, the chorus from "The Chocolate Soldierm played their part with a pro-
imagination. Parker Russell, who con-
ducted the orchestra, gave a spirited per-
formance to the score. Outstanding musi-
cal numbers were UNL' Hero," HThat
Would Lovely Be," and several numbers
by the female trio.
Enhancing the plot Were several out-
standing specialty numbers. In the danc-
ing routines, solos by Marion Kerr and
Jack Habegger received the plaudits of
the audience for their fine execution.
Another novel act was the excellent
group pantomime, while the vocal chorus
gave a melodious background to the en-
The sets, in the quaint Bulgarian peas-
ant decor, were artistically created by
Friebis Siegfried and his stage-craft
corps. They also handled the lighting in
the indoor scenes very effectively.
Seventh Annual Girls' Sport-Nite Program
Won Plaucltts For Its Skill And Pageantry
I-JOOMING its pretty head and putting its dainty
foot forward, Sport Nite, the personification
of Trenton Highls femininity, charmingly made
its annual appearance on April 26, 27, and 28.
Brains and beauty Were combined as the girls in-
tellectually executed the Sports Nite theme,
t'BetWeen the Bookends."
Leading all the girls of the high school was
Mistress of Ceremonies, Kitty Hurd. She was as-
sisted by Malla Brooks and Faye Briscoe, cap-
tains of the Black and Red teams, respectively.
"Miss dmerz'ca" Opens Show
The program began with a spectacular opening,
in which "Miss America," alone With the color
bearers, Was presented to the audience. Sur-
rounded by ingenious decorations, the Black team
girls strode forth as UPuss in Boots," While the
Red team "Pinocchiosl'
marched in with elongated
noses. Among the outstand-
ing features of the pro-
gram Were the Red teamls
snappy cheers and the
breath-taking Black origi-
nality. The non-competi-
tive skating number, al-
ways something to be an-
ticipated, Was more precise
and daring this year than
ever before. Clad as bold
pirates, the girls rolled
through intricate routines
With surprising ease.
Tickets Were sold on a
competitive basis. The suc-
cess of the plan could have
been measured by the ca-
pacity audiences for all
Teams Have Leaders
Red t e a m committee
'lheadsn were V i r g i n i a
Unangst, marching, Marie
Thompson, tap, Elsie
Clugston, rhythmics, Cyn-
thia VVolcott, decoratings,
Y i n a VVah, originality,
Gertrude James, songs and
cheers, Alice Schweider,
skating, M a rio n Kerr,
prelude, E v e l y n Thompson, ballet, Anna
Cracker, music, Jerry Gotthardt, properties,
Nancy Prendergast, publicity, Jeannette Palma,
novelties, J u d y Bendel, games, E V e ly n
Leading the Black team were Evelyn Birch-
enough, marching, Julia D'Arcy, tap, Lee
Breeden, rhythmics, Wilma Ross, decorations,
Norma Lanzi, originality, Virginia Cooper, songs
and cheers, Rowan McCrae, ballet, Peggy Vlil-
ley, music, Fralia Hancock, properties, Pat
OlNeil, publicity, Edna Falcey, novelty, Jean
Burtis, games, Claire Johnson, costumes.
This affair was directed by the physical educa-
tion department. From very modest beginnings
seven years ago, this annual affair has grown in
popularity until today it is a community event.
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AARONSON, ELINOR A., Blmzdirg Gen. Bus.-G. A. A.
AARONSON, NV1LL1AM, Bill, Acad,-H. R. Sec., Band, Manager, Boys' Science, Service T.
Amsorrs, JOHN, fACK,' Acacl.hFootball, Honor Medal.
ABRAMCZYK, IRENE XV., Remy' Gen. Bus.-Americana,
JABRAMSON, RUTH, R1lflllL',' Sec.-Aniericanag Hall Patrol.
JAXCOLIA, GEo1:tsE R., .4ct1d.-Service Corps, Hall Patrol, French, Attendance Award,
AFXCOLIA, M11.1.1c'1-:N1'g .UiIlIv.' Acad.-Girls' Science.
FXCQUAYIYA, Oxoiuog .415 Acaflwj. Y. Football, Minor T.
AQUFF, MA1cs11.xL1., Sczrjg Acad.-Track, Soplt. Football.
ADAM, FLORIENKE H., ACClI.+AlllCI'lCZll12lQ Handicraft, Bowling, G. A. A.
ADAMS, Jos121'11 I., foe, Intl. Arts-Band, Hi-Y, Service T.
ADA us, KATHERIN1-3, Home Econ.-Skating.
T011 Row- "
.AGABITL LOLA 5 Lil La, Acad.-Glee ,- Italian Club,
Vice-Pres. Home Room, Americana, Music
Appreciation, Spectator Literary Staff, Boba-
shelag Honor Medal.
AAGABITI, RAYMONDQ Ray, Acad.-Shop Safety
AAGOSTINELLI, LOUISE, Lon, Sec.-Pet, Ainanu-
ALBY, HELENQ Scattyg Sec.-Girls' Chorus,
Amanuensis, Pet, Inter-Club Council, Press,
ALE, NEWTONQ GZ'7Lg6I',' Acad.-Service Corps,
Hall Patrol, Forum, Pres., Nat'l Honor
Soc., Pres. Council, Jr. Historical, Quill and
Scroll, Philosophy, Mgr. Soccer Team.
.A.LLEN, GEORGE, Alton, Acad.-Service Corps,
Hall Patrol, Pres. Council, Boys' Science,
Nat'l Honor, Pres., Philosophy, Discussion.
ALLSOP, NVINIFRED A., IfV'ini,- Gen. Bus.-H. R. Sec'y.
ALMOND, WALTER L., Walt, Ind. Arts-H. R. Pres., Hall Patrol, Pres. Council, Shop
Safety Council, Minor T. ,
ALPHONSE, SAMUEL P., Gen. Bus.-Baseball.
AMENTA, ELVIRA M., Vera, Sec.-Amanuensis, Glee, G. A. A., Honor Medal.
ANDREW, FRANKQ Gen. Bus.--Class Vice-Pres, Shop Safety Council, Vice-Pres., Pres,
Service Corps, Hall Patrol, Inter-Club Council, Bobashela.
ANDREWS, PAUL C., Acad.-Euclidean, Philatelic, Boys' Science, Chess and Checker,
Band, Honor Medals, Service T, Nat'l Honor.
ANGELINI, MARY C., Angel, Sec,-Pet, Amanuensis. X
ANTHONY, CATHERINE E., Kay, Gen. Bus.-Social Dance, Treas. i
.ANTHONY, CHEST!-IRQ Chet, Acad.-Band, Social Dance, Special Ser. Corps, Swimming. ,, -
APOSTOLERES, EVELYNQ Sec.-Glee Club. XM
AUG. JAMES WARREN, Red, Ind. Arts A-H. R. Pres., Airplane.
AYRES, JEANNE ELAINE, Sec. I,-7'
AZZIN,ARO, RIILDRED GRACE, Millie, Gen. Bus.-
' Radio Appreciation, Sec'y, Americana.
BAcso, JACK 5 Acad.-Band, Asst. Cond., Orches-
tra, Student Cond., French.
BAIN, BIARY LOUISE, TlI7'Ch'j',' Gen. Bus.-H. R.
Vice-Pres., Hall Patrol, Polish.
BAKER, ADA DOROTHEAQ Bake, Gen. Bus.-Skat-
BALDERSTQN, MAHLON- EARE, Baldy, Acad.-Ov -
chestra, Music Appreciation, Hi Y, Musical
Cast, Service T.
BALLANTINE, JAMES XVILLIAM, Jim, Acad.-
Service Corps: Photography, Forum, Spec-
tator, Library, Service T.
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BARBOUR, DORISQ Daring Acad.-Garden Clubg .Americana Club.
BARDUANI, JOSEPHINE 1.3 Jog Sec.-Amanuensis, Vice-Pres.g Honor Medals.
BARLQER, KARL P.g Gen. Bus.-Hall Patrol.
BARRA, BETTE A.g Befteg Sec.-Naturalistg G. A. A.g Balletg Girls' Swimming Mgr.g
Spectatorg Minor T.
BATES, -IEANNE M.g Sec.-Artg Hall Patrolg G. A. A.g Swimming.
BATES, MILDRED E.g Micky: Gen. Bus.-Hall Patrolg Garden, Pres.g Americanag Girls'
Bowlingg Press Class, Reporter.
BATES, ROIJNEY J.g Acad.
BEAR, GEORGEQ Acad.-Hall Patrol.
BEAR, MARGARET E.g Margicg Gen. Bus.-G. A. A.g Skatersg Drama and Radio.
BEGLEY, EMMA 1.5 Sec.-G. A, A.
BEGLEY, MABEL M.g Sec.-G. A. A.
BEHRMANN, DOROTHY A.g Dottieg Gen. Bus.-Personalityg Gardeng Americanag Press
BENCIVENGO, ALBERT S.g .-1l,' Gen. Bus.-Soccerg
J. V. Socccrg J. V. Baseball.
BENCH. EDNA Mg Bt'11rk1'f,' Acad.-Modern
BENDER. NIARY C.: Dilfyf Gen. Bus.-H. R. Vice-
Pres.g Sec.g Hall Patrol
BENDER, lX'lII.DRED R.g .llickfyq Gen. Bus.-Amen
BENNER, MARJQRIE C.: ,llatrjoritvg Acad.5Hall
Patrolg Scrvicc Corpsg Executive Councilg
ern Danccg Scnior Play Com.
BENNETT, NIARGARET lllj .lIH7'g1-e?,' Gen. Bus.-
Radio and Drama: junior Historical: Mod-
BERMAN, ELEANORQ Elkie: Gen. Bus.-Americana.
BERMAN, JULIAQ Julie: Sec.-Hall Patrolg Amanuensis.
BERNSTEIN, BLOSSOM A. g BIo.rs,' Acad.-G. A. A.g Leaders' Corpsg French: Modern Dance:
H. R. Vice-Pres.: Honor Medal.
BILLINGHAM, ARTHUR E.g Bink: Acad. Hall Patrol.
BILLUPS, ELIZA M.g Gen. Bus.-4Skating.
BILLUPS, VVILLIAM O.g Billy Ind. Arts A.
BINGHAM, ROBERT VV.: Gen. Bus.-H. R. Sec'y-Treasg Dramaticsg j. V. Football.
BISSETT, MY'RTLE V.: Myrfg Gen. Bus.
BLACKMAN, WILLIAM g Acad.-H. R. Vice-Pres.g Forum, Sec'yg Junior Historicalg Service
Corpsg Hall Patrol, Captg Spectator, Bus. Staffg Service Ts.
BLACKWELL, EARLQ Gen. Bus. School Store.
BOBIK, JOZEF Y.: Babsg Acad.-H. R. Pr-es,g Vice-Pres.g Band, Asst. Sec'yg Asst. Prop-
erty Man: Chairman of Standg Ariationg Bandg Assistant Field Marshalg Senior Play
Cast: Att. Award Nat'l Honor.
RODNAR, MARLIARET E.g Marge: Acad.-Spanish, Treas. V
ROGAD, MILTONQ Clziefg Acad.-Boys' Scicnceg
Radio and Dramag Service T's.
BOGAGE, CAROLYN X.g Carol: Acad.-Drama and
Radiog Arty Girls Glee: Sullivaniang Music
BOLOGNESE, ETHEL L.g Rvdq Acad.-Gleeg Art.
BONANNI, .ANN 1.5 Dim.pIc.r,' Gen. Bus.
BossMAIgI,, JoHNg Acct.-Stock Roomg Trackr Y
BOWDEN, CATHERINE M4 1x'ufh3',' Gen. Bus.-
BOWERS, RUTH H.g Sec.-Apparatusg G. A. A.g Americana.
BOYLE, CHARLES L.g Com.-H. R. Pres.g Hall Patrol.
BRADLEY, FLORENCE A.g Flossg Sec.--Cheerleadersg Vice-Pres.g G. A. A.g Radio Apprecia-
BRADLEY, ROBERT C.g Gen. Bus.
BRADY, LENORE L.g Leeg Acad.-Frenchg jr. Red Cross Chapterg Americanag G. A. A.g
Bowling 5 Jr. Spectator.
BRALYNSK1, PAULINE 1.5 Patsyg Sec.-H. R. Pres.g H. R. Vice-PreS.g Skatingg Ameri-
canag G. A. A.g Pres. Council.
BRANDT, FRANK A.g Acad.-H. R. Vice-Pres.g Philosophyg Spectatorg Honor Medal.
BREIMAYER, MARIE T.g Sec.-Skatingg Pet Club.
BREITENBACK, GRETTAQ Acad.-Library.
BRENNER, PEARL M.g Penny: Gen. Bus.-H. R. Treas.g Modern Dance.
BRIGGS, MARIE E.g Weeg Gen. Bus.-H. R. Sec'y-Treas.g Modern Dance Club.
BRIGI-IAM, LEVANNERQ Lannicg Home Econ.g-Girls Reserves.
BRISCOE, FAYE M.g Gen. Bus.-Leaders' Corps:
G. A. A.g Cheerleaclersg Skatingg Capt. of
Gym Classg Red Team Capt.
BROOKS, IWALLA D.g Du.rty,' Acad.-H. R. Vice-
PreS.g Hall Patrolg G, A. A.g Clioniang jr.
Historical: Leaders' Corpsg Cervice Corpsg
Swimming Capt.g Tennisg Service Tg Black
BROSKEY, FRANK P.g Intl. Arts B-VVoodcraft.
BRUCCOLIER, MARION 1.5 .llarg Gen. Bus.
BRUSCHI, ALBERT A.g .4l,' Ind. Arts A.
Bucci, LUCY H.g 1.141115 Gen. Bus.-Americanag
Let's Danceg Skating.
BUCKLEY, NICHOLAS A.g Bucky Gen. Bus.-H. R. Treas.
BULLOCK, GEORGEQ Ch1tb,'ACad.-Forum.
BUONANNO, ELX'ERA 1.3 filly Gen. Bus.-Americana.
BURNETT, CHARLOTTE G.g Corlsyf See.--Skatingg G. A. A.
BURROUCHS, KATHERINE E.g Kateg Gen. Bus.-Girls' Reserves , Treasg Radio Appreciation.
BUTLER, BEULAH A.g Billg Acad.-Glee Clubg Dramatics.
BYRNES, DOROTHY E.g Dottyg Acad.-Public Speakingg Hall Patrolg G. A. A.: Leaders'
Corpsg Radio and Dramag Senior Play Cast. 4
BYSTRYCKI, LILI.lAN R.g Lili: Gen. Bus.-Americanag Let's Dance.
CACCIATORE, MARX'r,' Gen. Bus.
CAIRO, ELLEN 1.3 Gen. Bus.-Ainericauag Skating.
CALLEN, ALICE M.g Gen. Bus.
CAPODICI, THERESIX D.: Terryg Fine Arts-H. R. SeC'y.
CAPUT1, .ANGEL M.g I-111315 Gen. Bus.
CARMACNA, NANCY A.g Sec.fAmeriCanag Radio
C.-XRMICHAEL, HERBERT 1.5 Aead.-Dramaticsg
Vice-Pres.g Hall Patrolg Service Corpsg
CARROLL, DANIEL B.g Hickcyg Acad.-Service
Corpsg Hall Patrolg Clioniang 1r. Historicalg
Radio and Dramag Tennisg Senior Playg
Musicaleg Honor Medalg Service T.
CARTER, HELEN M.g Acct.-H. R. Vice-Pres.g
CARTON, ELEANOR D.g Corkyg Acad.-H. R.
Treas.g Hall Patrolg Leaders' Corpsg G. A.
A.g Philologyg Spec. Businessg Service T.
CAR'rxsi,. GEOTFGE F., Lefty, Acad.-Service Corpsg Hall Patrolg Philatelicg Safety Councilg
, mor .
CARUso, ANTHONY B.g Tony, Gen. Bus.-H. R. Pres.g H. R. Vice-Pres.
CASE, C. W1LLARDg Bill, Acad.-Service Corps, Hall Patrolg Forumg Ptolemian, Vice-
Pres.g Service T.
CASERTA, MARTHA, Marty Gen. Bus.-Hall Patrol, Needlecraftg Philology.
CASTER, FRANK A.g Bud, Acad.-Table Tennisg Musicale Castg Service T.
CASTRANOVA, .ANNA M., Shortyg Gen. Bus.
CESARIO, JOSEPH G., Caesar, Ind. Arts B.-H. R. Pres.
CHEESEMAN, PHILLIP R.g Chissclg Acad.-Radio Vice-Pres.g Inter Clubg Hall Patrolg
'Wirelessg Service Corps.
CHESTER, VERONICA-K A.g Wana, Gen. Bus.--Polish Club, Treas.g Glee Club.
CHIANESE, HELEN M., Gen. Bus.-Americana.
CHOPKO, JOSEPH A.g Diggcrg Acad.-Service Corpsg Hall Patrol, French Clubg Spectator.
CIAFRE1. LUCY M., Long Gen. Bus.-Philologyg Apparatus, Girls' Swimming, Mgr.g
CICCARELLO, ALFRED O.g Aly Incl. Arts B.
CIMINISI, ANGELO C., Gen. Bus.-Aviation.
CINRAY, .AGNES J'.g Aggie, Fine Arts-H. R.
Pres.g Philologyg Needlecraft.
CITRON, MORTON S.g rlfortiej Acad.-Euclideang
Pythagorcang Chess and 'Checkersg Hall Pa-
trolg Petg Laureate.
CLARK, CARRIE V.g Kid, Home Econ.-H. R.
Sec'yg H. R. Treas.
CLARK, MAE E.: Gen. Bus.-Girl Reserveg Amer-
icanag Radio Appreciation.
CLONEY, LORETTA H., Reita, Home Econ.
CLOSE, CAROLINE, Gen. Bus.-Cheerleader, Skating: Americana.
CLYBURN, R0sA, Ro.ranae,' Acad.
COGGINS, ELEANOR M., El, Home Econ.
COHEN, FLORENCEQ Fagie, Sec.
COLATI, DOINIINICK A., Chick, Ind. Arts A-Minor T.
COLACELLI, FRANCIS J., Chick, Acad.-Naturalists, Band, Press.
COLEMAN, ELIZABETH D., Betsy, Acad.-H. R. Sec'y, H. R. Treas., Service Corps, Hall
Patrol, G. A. A., Pythagorean, Red Cross, Minor T, Philosophy, Honor Medal.,
COLLARD, FRANK J., B'uck,' Acad.-Philatelic, H. R. Pres., H. R. Treas., Naturalists.
COLLETTI, VINCENT T., Vince, Acad.-H, R. Sec.
COLLINS, ANN P., Petzmia, Gen. Bus.-H. R. Pres., Vice-Prcs., G. A. A., Pres. Council.
COLLINS, CHRISTINE, CIzris,' Gen. Bus.-Skating, Book and Travel.
COXLOGUE, HELEN A., Sandy, Sec.-Skating,
Inter-Club, Social Dance.
COMPAGNUCCI, NELLo B., Ind. Arts A-
CoNovER, RUTH E., Ruthie, Acad.-Inter-Club,
Spanish, Sec., Euclidean, Jr. Red Cross,
Leaders' Corps, Modern Dance, Pres.
Bottom Row- I
COXRY, NIARTINQ Illortyg Ind. Arts A.
CONTI, ALDA, Gen. Bus.-Pres. Conncil.
CooK, GRANVILLE A., Bud, Acad.-H. R. Vice-
Pres., Service Corps, Capt., Hall Patrol,
Mgr. B Bldg., Forum, jr. Historical, Spec-
tator Business Staff, Honor Medals, Serv-
Coolc, KATHERINE M., Cookie, Gen. Bus.-G. A. A., Skating.
Co0K, MARY F., Daisy, Gen. Bus.-Skating, Tap, Glee Club, Ballet, Leaders' Corps,
COOPER, VIRGINIA A., Gin, Sec.-Cheerleaders' Corps, Pres., Radio Appreciation, Pres.,
Swimming Team, G. A. A., First Squad Cheerleader, Asst. Captain, Minor T.
COOPER, WILLIAM H., Coop, Music-Band, Sec., Orchestra, Honor Medal.
CooPT, MARION P., Acad.-Orchestra, Italian Club, Americana, Service T.
COPE, LOUISE M., Copryg Acad.-Service Corps, Hall Patrol, Skating, G. A. A., Star Club.
CALHOUN, MARJORIEQ Marge: Acad.-Glee Club, Music Appreciation.
CoRvo, PHILIP J., Profe.s'.s,' Gen. Bus.
CRAFT, ETHEL M., Red, Gen, Bus.-Americana, Hall Patrol.
CRAIG, JAMES E., Jimmy, Acad.--H. R. Pres., Forum, Treas., Inter-Club Council, Vice-
Pres., Nat'l Honor, Vice-Pres., Orchestra, Operetta, Pres. Council, Vice-Pres., Hall
Patrol, Spectator, Page Editor and Circulation Mgr., Service T, Senior Class Pres.
CRANSTOUN, LEROY B., Shadow, Ind. Arts.
CROUSE, VIRGINIA P., Ginntyg Sec.-H. R. Sec'y-Treasurer, G. A. A., Naturalists, Specta-
tor, Jr. Asst., Bobashela Statistics Staff, Musicale Cast, Minor T.
CRUSE, ELEANOR J., Turkey, Home Econ.
CUBBERLY, BRUCE, Scott, Acad.-Football.
CUIULE, FANNIE M., Fay, Gen. Bus.-Dance
CUIULE, NlARY A., Gen. Bus.-Dance Club.
CURTIN, MYRTLE E., Hefty' Gen. Bus.-Natural-
ist, Inter-Club Council, Hall Patrol, G. A.
A., Skating, Star, Minor T, Major T,
CUTTINO, ARTHUR J., Art, Gen. Bus.-Service
Corps, Service T.
DYANNUNZIO, LILLIAN T.g Sis, Acad.-Hall Patrol, G. A. A., Girls, Science, Skatingg
DANER, ESSIEQ Es, Sec.
Tapg Music Appreciation.
D'ARcY, JULIA W., Julie, Sec.-H. R. Sec., Radio' Appreciation, Tapg Ballet, Inter-Club
Council 3 Operetta.
DAVIS, EDITH A.g Edieg Acad.-Vice-Pres., Personality, Honors Medalg Service T.
DAVIS, GLADYS H.g Pinkeyg Home Econ.-Glee Clubg Americana.
DAVIS, LEDDENQ Acad.-Boys' Science.
DAVY, DOROTHY E.g Acad.-Personality, Hall Patrol, Modern Dance, Correspondence.
DAWSON, MARY E.g Sec.-H. R. Vice-Pres.g! Hall Patrolg Personality, Skating.
DEARDEN, FRED S.g Fine Arts-H. R. Vice-Pres.: Social Dance.
DE CARA, JOSEPHINE A., Jog Gen. Bus.-H. R. Vice-Pres.g H. R. Sec'yg Apparatus, Tap,
G. A. A.
DE FORTE, CONCETTA 1.5 Connie, Sec.-Americana.
DE LORENZO, 101-IN H.g Johnny, Teachers' Prep.-Band, Orchestrag Italian Club, Serv-
DEZNIBEK, BETTY G., Gen. Bus.-Skatingg Ameri
DEINIBINSKI, HELEN B., S'zwetIzom't,' Acct.-G.
A. A.g Social Danceg Bowling, Varsity Ten-
nisg H. R. Sec.
DENI, NIATILDAQ Tilg Sec.-
DENT, JOHN L.g Barbccg Intl. Arts B--Trackg
DE QIJINZIO, RALPH J., Acct.-H. R. Treas.g
Service Corpsg Hall Patrol.
DEUTCHMAN, ELVA S., Dutch, Sec.--H. R. Sec.g
H. R. Pres, Pres. Councilg G. A. A.g Aman-
uensisg Bowlingg Press Classg Honor Medal
Spectator, Jr. Asst.
3 7 L57
Top Row- MIM, 2'
DI C0s'rANzo, LIARY S., DN: Gen. Bus.-Social Dance: Americana Club.
IURINGUS, JULIA I., Judy: Gen. Bus.-Americana, Hall Patrolg Skating.
DI GUISEPPE, ANGELO 1.3 Aug: Ind. Arts B.
DI MATTIIN, JOSEPH L., Gen. Bus.-Social Danceg Band.
DI NOLA, EMILIA B., Slzrimfw: Acad.
DI PIETRO, ROSE: Sue: Gen. Bus.-H. R. Vice-Pres.g Philologyg Apparatusg Pliotographyg
Pet Clubg Hall Patrol.
DE VITO, RAYMOND A.: DM: Acad.-H. R. Vice-Pres.g Glee Club, Tennis Managerg Ath-
letic Stockroomg Student Manzlerg Minor T.
DOLTON, GRACE F.g G-racing Acad.-Costume, Treas.g Philatelic, Pres.: Modern Dance, Glee
Clubg Archeryg Chess and Checkerg Tennisg Bobashelag G. A. A.
DOOLAN, MILDREIJ H.g Millie: Acad.-Library.
DOOLITT'LE, GWENDOLYN M.: 1700-M11cl1.' Gen. Bus.-Art Club.
DORETX', REGINA P.g fCLI1Hl'lt',' Acad.-Glee Clubg Libraryg Laureateg Pressg Attendance
DOSCIIER, RUTH E.g Slcippf'1',' Acad.-Glee Club, Musicale Cast.
DOWDELI., ATARGARET E.g Peggy Acad.-Glee
Club, Chess and Checkerg Radio and Dramag
Spec. Reporter, Musicals Castg Philosophy.
DOWLING, JEAN M.g Pres: Gen. Bus.-Aviationg
Correspondence, Swimming Varsity C0-Cap-
tain, Major T.
DRABB, THOMA: VV.g Tommyq Comm.-H. R.
Pres.3 Boys Chorusg Rifle.
DRAKE, MARVIN Eg Snow lfV1zifc,' Acad.-Ptol0-
mean, PreS.g Naturalist, Pres.g Jr. Historical,
DRIVER, VVARREN R.g Rusty: Music-Band.
DROPLA, FRANK J., Drop: Gen. Bus.-Cheer-
leader, Lieutenantg Correspondence, Vice-
Pres.g Garden Club.
DUMONT, IRMAQ Racket: Gen. Bus.-Americana Club: Photography.
DUNCAN, STELLA V.g Gen. Bus.
DUTKO, FRANCIS J.: Duke: Gen. Bus.-Stamp Club: Photography: Spectator Page Editor,
DYININIVKI, JOSEPH J.: Hank: Gen. Bus.
DYNOWSKI, FRANCIS E.: Gen. Bus.-Americana Club: Skating.
EARDLEY, VIOLAQ Vi: Gen. Bus.
EGE, BETTY A.: Sec.-Jr. Red Cross: Laureate.
EHAS, HELEN R.: Gen. Bus.-Americana Club: Skatersg Modern Dancing.
ELIAS, PHYLLIS B.: Phil: Acad.-H. R. Pres.: French Club, Pres.: Americana Club: Golfg
Spectator: Honor Medal: Nat'l Honor.
ELMER, WINIFRED A.: Acad.-Hall Patrol.
ENGERMAN, EDWARD F.: Ind. Arts-Stagercaft, Vice-Pres.: Sec'y-Treas.g Service Corpsg
Hall Patrol: Service T,
ENOCH, DORIS J.: Daft: Home Econ.-Skating.
ENT, MARION: Sec.--Cervice Corps: G. A. A.:
ERTIIE. Joi-IN S.: Acad.
ESBRANDT, RICHARD F.: Dick ,' Acad.
ESPOSTI, DoRoTIIY L.: Dfvfg Acad.-H. R. Treas.:
Italian Clubg Service Corpsg Inter-Club
Council, Sec.: Leaders' Corp: G. A. A.: M0d-
ern Dance, Pres.: jr. Hist.: Hall Patrol,
Bobashela, Technical Editor.
EVAUL, ELINOR I.: Ellie: Acad.-Pytliagorean,
Jr. Red Cross: Riding: G. A. A.: Skating:
FACTOR, HARRIET R.: Har: Gen. Bus.-H, R.
Pres.: Hall Patrol Pres. Council: Leaders'
Corps: G. A. A.
FALCEY, EDNA V.g EIL' Gen. Bus.-H. R. Pres.g Social Dance.
FALK, ELAINE A.: Dollyg Com. College Prep.-Skating Club.
FARINO, ELIZABI-:THQ Sec.
FARRAR, CATHERINE M.g Kittyg Sec.-Hall Patrol.
FASANELLA, MARY F.g Pfllllyj Gen. Bus.-Libraryg Americanag Service T5 Pres.
FEDOR, JOHN A.g folm .-1.4: Acad.
FEIIER, DFJRIS F.g Acad.-G. A. A.g El Siglio Futurog Girls' Scienceg Balletg Ridingg Girls'
BONVll11gQ Operettag Modern Dancingg Archery.
FEII., DORIS A.g State Teachers Com.-H. R. Pres.g Personality, Pres. and TreaS.g Girls'
FEILER, EDITH M.: 1.ivz'mz,c1',' Gen. Bus.--Sec'y, Girls' Reservesg G. A, A.g Americana.
FEILI-LR, ESTIIER M.: Li11z'nnvr,' Gen. Bus.-Girls' Rescrvesg G. A. A.g Americana.
FENZI., NIARY M.g Hlondicg Gen. Bus.
FERRI, JOHN R.g I'i1lUj',' Gen. Bus.-
FESKO, EDNA M.: liddyq Home EcOn.-PhotOg-
raphyg Americanag G. A. A.g Bowlingg Hall
FESTA, JERRY A.: !rr'f'3'.' Gen. Bus.-Pres. Coun-
cilg Bandg Music Appreciationg Service T.
FIELD, DONQ Fong Acad.-H. R. Vice-Presg Ra-
diog Spanish: Photography: Hall Patrolg
Service Corpsg Honor Medalg Service Tg
FIORELLA, JOE M.g I"u1'y,' Acad.-H. R. Treas.g
H. R. Sec'y.
FIRMAN, BRUCE R.g Acct.--Service Corpsg Hall
Patrolg Commerceg Service T.
FISCHER, RICHARDQ Piclcg Sell.-Belles Lettresg
Radio Appreciationg Hall Patrolg Book
FISH, KENNET1-Ig 1f111dy.,' Acad.-fPres., Clioniang Chess and Checkerg Service Corps:
Plnlosophyg Jr. Historicalg Radio and Dramag Hall Patrolg Debateg Orchestra.
FISHER, BERNICE C.g Fine Arts-Hall Patrolg Skating Club.
FONTIGNELILO, CONCETTA R.g Canning Sec.-Amanuensisg Skating Clubg G. A. A.g Honor
e a s.
FORD, EVELYN Eg Ewy-Fordyg Gen. Bus.-Glee Clubg Chorusg Member of Musicale Cast.
FORTUNATI, L1No R.g Lseg Ind. Arts.
FOSKY, PETER L.g Gen. Bus.-Philologyg Printg Philology Tattler, Ed.-in-Chief.
FOWLER, BETTY ANNEQ Sec.-Skating Club.
FOWLER, MARJORIE E.g Margicg Gen. Bus.-Skating Club.
FRANCIONE, .ANNE V.g Cookie: Home Econ.-Hall Patrol.
FRASCELLA, CATHERINE 1.5 Dollyg Gen. Bus.-Let's Dance Treas.
FRENCH, BETTY L.g Frenchy: Home Econ.-Skatingg Minor Tg G. A. A.g Gardeng H. R.
Sedyg Service T3 Attendance Girl.
FREY, EDWARD C.g Eddicg Ind. Arts-H. R. Vice-Pres.
FREY, ETHEL Dig Toby: Gen. Bus.--Riding:
Americanag Tapg Modern Danceg Service T.
FRIEDMAN. XII-ZRVINI Acad.-Public Speakingg
Hall Patrolg Radio Appreciationg Press.
FRITZ, RosE MARvg Sprart: Gen, Bus.-Ameri-
canag Photograpliyg Bowling.
FULD. LOUISE R.g Loup Acad.-Pythagoreang
Euclicleang Service Corps: Hall Patrolg Nat'l
Honorg jr. Red Crossg Inter-Club Conncilg
FYFFE, ISABELLAQ Is: Gen. Bus.-H. R. Sec'y3
FYFFE, XVILLT.-xMENAg Annq Fine Arts-H. R.
Pres.g Pres.g Councilg Girls' Swimming:
,V L , ffz
l lj A!
YY fr lfmr-
FYSZ, ATARY A.: Slmrfy: Gen. Bus.-G. A. A.: Apparatus: Skating: Americana: Swim-
G.'XFGEX, D.xx1EL K.: I7amzy,' Selling-Service Corps: Hall Patrol: Ptolemean, Treas.:
Stagecrait: Inter-Club Council: Bobasliela, Associatc Editor.
GAGE, BRUQE L.: Acacl,kRiding Club,
CYAGLIARDI, LUCY T.: Lou 5 Gen. Bus.-Americana: Bowling: Skating: Track.
GALICKI, IRENE T.: Red: Sec.-Skating: G. A. A.: Americana.
GALLO, PTARRY J.: Pal ,' Ind. Arts.
GAMU, EILEEN A.: Sec.-Pres. Council: Pres.: Treas.: Amanuensis: Pet Club: G. A. A.:
G.xRB.xRszYK. REGINA C.: Virgrq Sec.-Americana: Laureate.
GARNICH, ATARY E.: ilfarcy: Sec.
CEARZIO, Louis F.: Chiflr 5 Gen. Bus.-Hall Patrol.
GASKILL, H.NRLEY G.: Acct.-Orchestra: Boolcroom: Honor Medal: Service T.
GASPARRE, ROSANNI-: L.: Acad.-Attendance Girl: Americana.
GATTI, ANNE M.: Sec.-Commerce Club, Sec'y
'40, '-ll: Leaders' Corps: Bobasliela.
Gazsr, OLGA. R.: Anggic: Home Econ.-H. R.
Treas.: Corresponding Club.
GENNELL0: LLLLIAN F.: Lil: Gen. Bus.-Person-
GIJXLLELLA, SABASTIAN R.: Somiyq Acad.-Print.:
Soccer: Basketball, Capt.: Service T.
Gisus, ATILDRED2 Port1'a,' Home Econ.
ice Corps: Costume: Glee Club.
GILLEO, VLIOLA E.: Gen. Bus.-Hall Patrol: Serv-
QQLAPPA, THEODORE M., Ted, Acad.-Service Corps, Asst. Bldg., Hall Patrol. Capt.
GLOVER, ROY, Acad.-Cheerleaders' Corps, Capt., Treas., Service T, Correspondence.
GOITEN, GLORIA, Selling-Photography, School Store Mgr.
GOLDBERG, EDWIN A., Pete, Acad.-Philosophy, School Dance Orchestra, J. V. Swimming.
GOODWIN, RUTH G., Goody, Gen. Bus.-Skating.
Philatelic, Foil and Mask, Nat'l Honor, Honor Medal.
GORRASI, GABRIEL E., Galvin, Ind. Arts-Safety Council, Inter-Club Council, Americana
GREEN, JOAN M., Acad.-Radio Appreciation, Philatelic, Radio and Drama, Hall Patrol,
Senior Play Com., Jr. Dance Ticket Com., Bobashela, Service T.
GREEN, SHIRLEY, Slzirlf Acad.-Pythagorean, Nat'l Honor, Jr. Red Cross, Hall Patrol,
G. A. A., Laureate, Bobashela, Editor-in-Chief, Honor Medal, Quill and Scroll.
GREENBERG, JEROME H., ferry, Acad.-Belles Lettres, Band, Quill Sz Scroll, Senior Play,
Honor Medal,Nat'l Thespian, Nat'l Honor.
GRIFF1rIIs, RICHARD WILLIALI BRUCE, Grijfq Acad.-H. R. Pres., Class Pres., Exec
Com. Forum Jr., Hist., Exec. Council, Pres. Council, Rhetoricians.
GRIFONE, FERNANDQ 1frca',' Gen. Bus.-School Store.
GRECO, CONNIE M., .l'm',' Home Econ.
GROH, ELIZABETH J., Bcity, Gen. l3us.-Natural-
GRUBER, ELIZABETH K., l,iIIby,' Acad.-Belles
Lettres, Vice-Pres., Hall Patrol, Service
Corps, Jr. Red Cross, Quill and Scroll, Jr.
Historical, Philosophy, Foil and Masque,
Thalieuterpian, Spectator, Press.
GRUCHOVVSKI, FELIXQ Plzilcog lnd. Arts.
GRIJNTOSKI, XvIRGINlA L., VcI'g,' SCC.-'.AIll211llP
GUNTHER, CHARLES J., Chic, Incl. Arts A.
GORDON, PHILIP D., Acad.-H. R. Vice-Pres., Hall Patrol, Euclidian, Pythagorean,
HACRNEY, JEAN, Hafk: Acad.-Leaders' Corpsg G. A. A., Apparatusg Inter-Club Council!
Starg Minor and Major T.
HAGEMAN, RICHARD F.g Dickg Ind. Arts.
HAGERMAN, DORIS M.g Bwmyg Sec.-Girls' Cliorusg Press Classg Musical Castg Attend-
HAHN, BETTY 1.5 Batg Gen. Bus.-Modern Dance.
HALKO, NELLIE G.g Nelly Gen. Bus.-H. R. Vice-PreS.g Leaders' Corpsg Glee Clubg
HALL, JAMES XY.g CI1i'llI,' Ind. Arts.
HAMPTON', JOHN E.g Jarl: Gen. Bus.-Naturalist,
HAMPSON, MARIE P.g Gen. Bus.-Tapg G. A. A. Ballet.
HANCE, EVELYN A.g Etfp Gen. Bus.-Radio and Dramag Senior Playg Attendance Award
HANEY, GEORGE H.g PrI'.v.,' Ind. Arts. A-H. R. Pres.g H. R. Vice-Pres.g Service Corpg
Hall Patrolg Pres. Councilg Service Tg Commerce.
HIXNSEN, FI.oRENcEg Acad.-G. A. A.g Girls' Scienceg Vice-Pres.g Ridingg Hall Patrolg
Correspondenceg Minor T.
HARGREAVES, LEWIS Eg Hardyg Com.-Sec'y, Correspondence Club.
Top Rows- J
HINIKKER, RALPII K.g lfVl1ifey,' Acad.
HAIiRIS, ELEAXOR L. g Ely Sec.-Drama and Radio
Treas.g Euclideang Senior Play.
HIXRRIS, GRACEQ Ckn. Bus.
HAIQIIISON, NAOMI L.g Acad.-Costumeg Pet Club
HARRISON, RICHARD T.g Acad.-Belles Lettres
Stock Room, Store.
W'irelessg Electricg H. R. Sec'y-Treas.
HARTZ, VVARREN F.g Sv1'ycazzf,' Ind. Arts A-
HASTY', Rox' A.g Porkyg Acad.-Hall Patrolg J. V. Football.
HAWKY'ARD, AARON F.g Hawk: Acad.-H. R. Pres.g Naturalistg Debate Team: Press.
Haws, JOH N L.g .l'olmny,' Ind. Arts-H. R. Sec'y.
HAYES.. RUBY G.g Jackie: Acad.-Dramaticg H. R. Pres.g Drama and Radiog Tap.
HEHN, CATHERINE 1.3 Catlzyg Sec.-Americanag Gardeng Bowling Press.
HEIL, CHARLOTTE Eg Clzurry: Acad.--Glee Club.
HEJNA, HELEN F.g Sec.-H. R. P1'es.g Pres. Couneilg Polish Clubg Pressg Inter-Club
Councilg Leaders' Corpsg Social Dance: Skating: Bowlingg Bobashela.
HELLUS, ELSIE R.g Elseg Acad.-Costunieg Pressg Attendance Award.
HELTON, FLORENCEQ Aunt Edith ,A Acad.-Costume.
HENCKEN, RU'l'H R.g Sadie: Sec.-H. R. Sec'y and TreaS.g G. A. A.: Modern Dance:
HENNE, RICHIXRDQ Ro.ric,' Gen.-H. R. Sedyg Hall Patrol.
HENNEY', V1Ru1N1A H.g G'i1'L7Ly,' Acad.-Pythagoreang Jr. Red Crossg Ridingg G. A. Aj
Leaders' Corpsg Softballg Areheryg Tennisg Minor T'sg Hockey,
HEXRY, BI,A1Rg Kcdg Gen. Bus.-Radio Apprecia-
tiong Hi Yg Amerieanag Gleeg Operetta.
HERBP2R'f, DQWROTHX' M.g Dottiog See.-Commerce
Clubg Glee Clubg Bobashela.
HERBERT. JOSEPH A.g Ottg Ind. Arts.
HERRON, THOMAS NV.g Tomy Acad. f
HERSHKOWITZ, MYRNA JOAN? Ming Home Econ.
HERTZMAN, HAROLDQ Acad.-H. R. Pres.
HIGGINS, SAM R.g Acct.
HIE1., CHARLES Mfg Ind. Arts-H. R. See'y,
HII.LER, VVALTER j.g Hiilcrg Ind. Arts B-Hall Patrolg Woodcraft.
HIRSCH, EDWARDQ Edg Acad.-Orchestrag Service T.
HIRSCH, MYRTLE E.g Mitg Gen. Bus.-Skating.
HIRSCH, WILLIAM A.g Billy Fine Arts-H. R. Pres.g Senior Ex-Com.g Art, Pres.gf Drama
and Radio, Pres.g Natyl Thespians, Pres.g Senior Play Castg Honor! Soc.
HOGIAN, WILLIAM K.g Spotlessgf Acad.-H. R. Presg Pres Councilg Trackg Minor T.
HOLCOLIBE, RICHARD K.g Dickg Ind. Arts-Aviation Vice-Pres.
HOLLENDONNER, FRANK 1.5 Ind. Arts A-Rifle.
HOLLENDONNER, HERMINEQ Hcrby Sec.-Hall Patrolg Arnanuensis.
HOLLINGSWORTH, MARION M.g Marg Sec.-H. R. Treas.g Personalityg Bowlingg G. A. A.
HOLZER, DOROTHY MAEg Dntg Acad.-Naturalistsg Leaders' Corpsg G. A. A.g Councilg
HONEYCUTT, JULIAN B.g Honeyg Acad.-Service
Corpsg Hall Patrol, Capt.g Clioniang Honor
Medalg Service T.
HORNICK, THOMAS A.g Tomg Gen, Bus.-H. R.
Presg Band Field Marshalg Honor Medalg
HORNVAK, ,ANNETTE E.g Acad.-H. R. Sec'yg
Spectator, Page Editorg Service Corps, Secyy
and TreaS.g Service Tg Clionian: Quill and
Scrollg Jr, Historicalg Nat'l Honorg jr. Red
Cross, Vice-PreS.g Leaders' Corps: G. A. A.
Councilg Hall Patrol.
HOIQNYAK, JANETTAQ Spvedyg Acad.-H. R. Sec.g
Girls Scienceg Spectatorg Hall Patrolg Lab.
ASSt.g Chess and Checkerg Nat'l Honorg
Pliilosophyg Honor Medalg Service T.
HOSE, MARIE B.g Zlli111zie,' Gen. Bus.-G. A. A.g
HOUSKY, RUTH M.g Acad.-Euclideang Costumeg
Correspondenceg Balletg Modern Danceg
l L l
PIOWARI3, ROBEIIT V., Bob: Acad.-Hall Patrol.
HUART, JANE M., fd1l'i6,' Gen. Bus.-Library, Americana.
HUEF, CLARA BELLE, Belle, Gen. Bus.--Girl Reserve, Pres., Radio Appreciation, Ameri-
HUGHES, KELLY? Acad.-Band, Librarian, Clionian, Service T.
HUNT, JACK, Mike, Acad.-Hall Patrol, Belles Lettres, Football, Track.
HURD, KiX'f1-lIiRINE, Kitty, Acad.-Euclidean, Vice-Pres., Pythagorean, Vice-Pres., Jr.
Red Cross, Pres., Girls' Leaders' Corps, Pres., Mistress of Ceremonies, Nat'l Honor
Society, Jr. Historical, Service Corps, Hall Patrol, Inter-Club Council, Girls' Basket-
ball, Capt., Spectator, Page Editor, Honor Medal, Minor T.
HUSTON, RUTH M., Sis, Gen. Bus.
ICKER, JEAN M., Icleic, Sec.-G. A. A., Hall Patrol, Costume, Pet, Riding.
INLBALZANO, JOSEPHINE R., Josie: Gen. Bus.+Americana.
JACKSON, JOHN H., facie, Incl. Arts-Woodcraft, Pres., Inter-Club COu11cil, J. V. Foot-
JACOBS, ROSE, Jake: Gen. Bus.-Skating, Tap, Americana, Garden, Towel Service.
JACYNA, ANNE J., Annie, Sec.-Social Dance.
JAMIEsON, ROBERT R., Bob: Acad.-H. R. Vice-
Pres., Football, XYrestling.
JANNEY, TXIARY Jog Jo: Gen. Bus.-Apparatus,
Treas., G. A. A., Golf, Swimming Team,
JASIEXSKI, HELEN V., Val: Sec.-Hall Patrol,
Leaders' Corps, G. A. A., Polish, Amanu-
ensis, Drama and Radio.
JASKOWSKI, DOROTHY T., fussy: Sec.-Skaters,
G. A. A.
JEFFERIES, BETTY E.: Jcjfff Gen. Bus.-H. R.
' Pres., H. R. Vice-Pres., Hall Patrol, G. A.
A., Personality Club, Bowling, Pres. Coun-
JEFFERIES, FLORENCE M., Snorleyq Gen. Bus.-
Americana, Skating: Bowling, Spectator, Jr.
JENNE, DOROTHY E.g D0t,' Gen. Bus.-Clioniang Social Dance.
JOHNSON, DORIS H.g Sec.-H. R. Vice-Pres.g H. R, Sec'y-Treas.g Hall Patrolg G. A. A.g
JOHNSON, HAROLD P.g Rerferendg Gen. Bus.-Hi-Y.
JOHNSON, MINNIE E.g Min,,' Home Econ.
JOHNSON, WALLACE B.g Shorty: Home Econ.
JOHNSON, WILLIAM H.g Billg Ind. Arts A-Woodcraitg Swimming.
JONES, NTIVIAN R.g J0nesic.,' Acad.-Glee Club.
JAPSON, GURNAL D.g Generalq Gen. Bus.-H. R. Vice-Pres.g Glee Club.
KACHDORIAN, VIRGINIA Eg Acad.-Costumeg Correspondenceg Modern Danceg Spectator.
KAIN, WILLIAM C.g Billg Acad.-H. R. Pres.g Service Corpsg Hall Patrolg Pres. Councilg
Inter-Club Councilg Pythagoreang Honor Medal.
KALAPOS, JOHN C.g Whitey: Acad.-H. R. Pres.g Pres Councilg Boys' Scienceg Vice-
PreS.g Varsity Swimmingg Minor T.
KALENCK1, EUGENIA C.g Jean ,' Acad.-Frenchg Euclidean Societyg G. A. A.g Music Ap-
preciation: Spectator: Bobashclag Minor T3 Bowling.
KALISH. LEONARD Q.g Lmzf Acad.-Boys' Sci-
enceg Ptolemiang Chess and Checkerg Treasg
N.at'l Honor Societyg Service Corpsg Hall
Patrol: Honor Medals.
KALSTON, IRVIN: Cnog Acad.-H. R. Vice-Pres.g
J. V. Footballg Intra-Muralg Basketball,
Capt.g Service T'Sg Minor T's.
K.ANICKI. PHYLLIS L.: Kanirlf: Acad.-H. R.
Sec'y-Trcas.g Glee Clubg Girls' Scienceg Mu-
IQAROLKIEVVICZ. IADARI F.: Odds: Sec.-Varsity
Swimmingg J. V. Footballg Baskethallg
IQATIN, ROBERT M.: B011 5 Acad.-Boy's Scienceg
Chess and Checker: Euclideang Hall Patrolg
Spectatorg Honor Medal.
IQAYLOR, GLENN S.: Acad.-Varsity Trackg Serv-
, : ,
,X xx 'I
KELTY. Al,-XRIORIE E.: .Uau'gie,' Gen. Bus.-Cheerleaders: Accordion: Modern Dance Cor-
respondence: Honor Medal.
KENNEDY, M.ARJORIE A.: lllargic: Acad.-Girls' Science: Jr. Red Cross.
KENNEY, MYRTLE E.: Ken: Acad.-Pres. Council: Spanish.
KERR, MARION E.: Smzppyg Acad.-Modern Dance: Vice-Pres.: Inter-Club Council: Skat-
ing: Costume: Ballet.
KERR, ROBERT T.: Bob: Ind. Arts A-H. R. Sec'y.
KEllSEY', ELIZABETH L.: Batty: Acad.-H. R. Pres., Vice-Pres.: Art: Pet: Glee: Corre-
PALUMEO, IDA,' Gen. Bus.
KLEIN, HARRY A.: liatlzcr' Acad.-Hall Patrol: Chess and Checker: Pythagorean: Lab.
ICE.-XTING, JANE A.: .1am't'.' Acad.-Glee Club: G. A. A.: Social Dance: Sec'y.
KLEIN, HARRY' A.: Slipper: Music-H. R. Pres.: Glee Club: Pres. Council: Member
Senior Play Cast.
KLIWINSKI, XXICTOR J.: Pickles: Gen. Bus.
KLOCRE, GEORGE: Gen. Bus.-Ping Pong: Print.
KLOTZ, PHILIP: 1"i.vl1ic,' Sec.-Orchestra: Serv-
KNOPF, PAULINE G.: Patsy: Gen. Bus.-G. A. A.
KOCZAK, RICHARD: Dirk: Ind. Arts A.-Print:
S. P. C. A. '
KOLLER, ALBERT NV.: Bud: Acad.
KOLSKY, CLAIRE N.: Kay: Acad.-Pythagorean:
Euclidean: G. A. A.: Hall Patrol: Ir. Red
Cross: Bowling: Riding Club: Music AppFi-
ciation: Bobashela: Spectator: Drama Com.
KQINDOR, PEARL P.: Gen. Bus.-Glee Club: Amer-
Kon, FLORENCE L.g Flag Gen. Bus.-G. A. A.g Photograph.
KOVACS, HELEN B.g Acad.-Americanag G. A. A.g Skatingg Basketball.
KOWALCZYK, MARTIN P.g Ind. Arts A-Woodcraftg Vice-Pres.
KRAMMER, ELAINE R.g Redg Acad.-Drama and Radio.
KRASNlE, .ALVINQ Potsyj Acad.-Radio and Drama, Vice-Pres.g Music Appreciation, Pres.g
Orchestrag Chairman Senior Playg Service T.
KRAsNovsKY, VVILLIAM M.g Tnbbyq Ind. Arts A.
KROL, ELEANOR T.g Ellieg Sec.-Skatingg G. A. A.
KRzvzANosK1, LEON D.g Lacy Ind. Arts A.
KUBIAK, VVALTER D.g Wailitg Gen. Bus.-Glee Club, Sec'y-Treas.g Photography.
KURDX'NA, CLEMENTINE C.g Clcmyg Acad.-Hall Patrolg G. A. A.g Skating Clubg Music
Appreciationg Bobashelag Minor Tg Bowling.
KURLANDER, GLADYSQ Curlygl Sec.-G. A. A.: Service Corps.
Ge B s.-H. R. Vice-Pres.g Naturalistg Philatelic.
KUZMlX,ROBERTjBOI7,' n. u
KYTE, JOAN E.g Chit-kirq Gen.
LA COUR, DOUGLASQ La Cnurg Acad.-Service
Corpsg Philosophy Discussion Groupg Bandg
Pressg Photography Editorg Service T.
LACZKO, MARY MAE? Mmm' Acad.-Spectator,
gopy Editorg Attendance Awardg Quill and
LA FRANCO, XYITO F.g Squmk: Sec.-Orchestra,
Concert Mastcrg Senior Playg Operettag
Honor Medalg Service T g Attendance Award.
LARVE, SHIRLEY B.g S1l1'1'I,' Gen. Bus.-Philologyg
LANTZ, Dokls Mg Dotq Acad.--Service Corpsg
Hall Patrolg Clionian Societyg Ir. Red Crossg
Junior Historical: Quill and Scrollg Mask
and Foilg G. A. A.g Leaders' Corpsg Girls'
Tennis Capt.: Baskctballg Hockeyg Boba-
shelag Minor T3 Spectator, junior Asst.
LASEKA, ATARY H.g Gen. Bus.-G. A. A.g Skating Clubg Bowlingg Polish Clubg H. R.
Scc'yg G, A. A. Starg Minor T.
LATHAM, BETTY M.: Bcttyg Acad.-Tap Clubg Girls' Scicnceg Balletg Skating Club.
LAUDENBACK, CATHERINEQ Kayg Gen. Bus.-Tap Clubg Modern Danceg Americana Club'
Let's Dance Club.
LAURENTI, FRANK P.g Frunrcs: Ind. Arts A.
LAURENTI, TWARIO 1.5 1407111111-7'di,' Acad.-Soccer.
LAURETI, BETTE O.g 51100711-llkC7',' Gen. Bus.-Arncricanag Attendance Award.
LAURIA, TALFONSE S.g Fimsyg Gen. Bus.
LAUROESCH, FRIEDA A.g Acad.-Honor Medalg Handicraft.
LAVINE, IVLNS N.g Flashg Acad.-Service Corpsg Hall Patrolg Quill and Scroll: Spectator.
LEBAIR, ETHEL R.g Acad.-G. A. A.g Hall Patrolg Euclidean Societyg Jr. Red Cross'
Spectatorg Honor Medalg French Club.
LEBAIR, MARGARET L., Peggy: Acad.8zHal'l Patrolg French Clubg Euclidean Society'
G. A. A.
LEBER, BARBARA H.g Bobbyg Acad.-Euclideang Hall Patrolg Girls' Athleticg Skating Club'
Music Appreciationg Bobashclag G. A. A. Starg Minor Tg Hockeyg Bowling.
LENGENFELDER, BETTY M.g Home Econ.
LEONARD, EDNA M.g Edg Gen. Bus.-Americana.
LEVVANDOVVSKI, EDVVIN J.: Ed: Ind. Arts A-
Safety Conncilg I. V. Trackg Minor T.
LEVENSTEIN, JEAN: Tobyq Acarl.-Pytbagoreair
Ir. Red Cross: Libraryg G, A. A.g Leaders'
Corpsg Quill and Scrollg Honor Mcdalg Serv-
LEVINE, BENJAMINQ B011 ,' Acad.-Euclidcang
Pytliagoreang Boys' Scienccg Service Corpsg
H Hall Patrol: J. V. Debate.
LEVINE, HELPZNQ Tllmmifq Acad,-Hall Patrolg
Euclidean Societyg Spanish: Girls' Scienceg
Girls' Bowlingg Girls' Skatingg Attendance
Girlg Music Appreciationg Spectator, Bus.g
Bobashelag Spectator Reporter.
, jf ix
LEWIS, BARBARA M.g Bobbvg Acad.-H. R. Pres.g Executive Committeeg Belles Lettresg
Nat'l Honorg Quill and Scrollg
Hall Patrolg Junior Historicalg G. A. A.g Spectator,
Managing Editorg Honor Medal.
LEXVIS, CHARLES R.g Scoopg Selling-H. R. Pres.g Spectator, Page Editorg Americana.
LINDLEY, SHIRLEY E.g Rippy-Gen. Bus.-Skating.
LINDSAY, DOROTHYQ Dotg Home 5con.
LIPINSKI, HENRY S.g Lipg Acad.-A
viationg Footballg Track.
LIPNICK, HELEN C.g Lippyg Acad.--Polish Club.
LIPPINCOTT HARRY' D.' Lipfzyg Gen.
Bus.-Hall Patrolg Pres. Councilg H. R. Pres.
LISTER, FREDERICK M.g,Fred,' Acad.-H. R. Pres.g Bandg Orchestrag Pres. Councilg Nat'l
Honorg Swimmingg Major T.
LITTY, FRANKQ Butcherg Acad.-Minor T.
LocKE MAUREEN B.g Snapq Gen. Bu
LOCKER, ELIZABETH F.g Betty: Acad.-H. R. Sedyg Euclideang jr. Red Cross, Treas.g
Service Corpsg Hall Patrolg Pythagoreang Leaders' Corpsg G. A. A.g Nat'l Honor.
LUCAS, JOSEPHINE G.g Gen. Bus.
LUCIDI, CLARA A.g Acad.-Euclideang jr. Red
Crossg G. A. A.g Spectator, jr. ASSt.g French
Clubg G. A. A. Star.
LUDEKE, AI.IaERTg .4145 Acad.-Glee Club.
LUDWIG, EVELYN V.g E115 Gen. Bus.-G. A. A.:
LUPARIELLO, JOHN M.g Lupyg Acct.-Orchestrag
Bandg Forumg Music Appreciationg Book
Room Mgr.g Musicalg Service Corps.
LUTERIO, RICHARD X.g Dickg Home Econ.-Serw
ice Corpsg Art: Correspondence.
LYNCH, CHARLES R.g Fine Arts-Band.
LYONS, BETTY F.g Bettesg Gen. Bus.
BIABEY, EVELYN M.g Pcrlmps,' Acad.-Apparatusg Hall Patrolg Skating.
MACHEDA, CATHERINE A.g Hay: Gen. Bus.-Americana, Radio Appreciationg Bobashela.
MACKENZIE, RUTH S.g Macg Acad.
IMAJESKI, JOSEPH EDWARDQ Joeg Acad.
MAJOESKY, FRANK J.g Luckyg Ind. Arts A.
MAKOHUS, HELEN C.g Gen. Bus.
MAI.LIUD, LEONARDQ L0'vc'r,' Acad.--Treas. Sophomore Classg Pythagorean Soc.g Quill and
Scrollg Chess and Checkersg Service Corpsg Hall Patrolg Spectator, Humor Editor.
Service Tg Inter-Club Councilg Pres. Council.
MALONE!', HAROLDQ Patg Acad.-French Clubg Correspondence.
MANCINO, JOSEPHINE 1.3 fog Gen. Bus.
MANDELBAUM, FLORENCE R.g Manziyg Sec.-Hall Patrolg Girls' Scienceg Libraryg G. A. A.g
Modern Dance, Sec'yg Leaders' Corpsg Spectator Reporterg Bobashela, Asst. Editorg
Honor Medalsg Inter-Club Council.
MANN, LOUISE? Loug Sec.
MANZOR, JEAN M.: Slzorfyj Sec.-H, R. Vice-
TVIARCHETTI, INTATTALINA Mg Nfllicj Gen. Bus.-
TVIARCZAK, Tiiolxms S.g Y . J.,' Acad.
MAREINO, .ANTHONY J.g Toney Ind. Arts-Class
Basketball Championship Team.
MARKoW1Tz, ALBERT A.: Mad Russian ,' Acad.-
Sliop Safety Councilg Footballg lNrestlingg
MARREN, ELDREDA M.g EIll1l'FdI1,' Acad.-Varsitv
Swimmingg Major T.
NIARTIN, JOSEPH J.: ROT'l'1',,' Gen. Bus.-H. R. Pres.
MARTONICK, NIARGARETQ Sec.-Anianuensis.
fxLxRUc.x, AXGELINE G., .-lzzgieq Acad.-Cinematography, Treas., Quill and Scroll, Sec'y,
Hall Patrol, Nat'l Honor, Page Editor of Spectator, Honor Medal.
lVLx1:UsKA, GPIRALDINE C., Gcrryf Acad.-H. R. Sec'y, Class Sec'y, Hall Patrol, Leaders'
Corps. Sec'y, G. A. A., Sec'y, Pres. Council, Clionian, Bobaslmela.
xlASIXE, AIAPLE K.: Kay, Gen. Bus.-Americana.
MASSAROTTI, MARY C., S!l0'1'fy,' Gen. Bus.-Italian Club, Orchestra, Hall Patrol, Music.
KIATIIER, HOWAXRIJ A., Mu, Acad.-Forum, Vice-Pres., Jr. Historical, Sec'yg Quill and
Scroll, Inter-Club Council, Nat'l Honor, Service Corps Bldg., Mgr., Hall Patrol
Bldg., Capt., Foil and Mask, Spectator, Rus. Mgr., Honor Medal, Service T.
NIATIUZVVS, IJOROTHYQ Dot, Sec.-Cheerleader.
IVIATHIS, AUSTIN G., Rczbbiy Ind. Arts B. '
MATTIA, ANNA M., Clzusy: Gen. Bus.-Let's Dance Club.
MAYER, JOHN J., l?zzddy,' Ind. Arts A-Americana, Senior Play.
NIAZUCK, ANNE? Rickey: Acad.-H, R. Sec'y, G. A. A., Garden Club, Americana.
MAZZILLI, MARIE, .lfvssirg Sell.-Costumeg Hall
Patrol, School Store.
BICCANN, JEAN K., Gen. Bus.-Skaters, Tap
MCCAY, THOMAS E.g Lzmlayg Gen. Bus.-Drama
and Radio, Commerce Club, Senior Play.
AICCORBIICK, xl.-XRIAN P., Acad.-Skaters, Amer-
AICIJONOUGH, HELEN E., Jlirlcirq Acad.-Girls'
Chorus, Press, Musical Cast, Attendance
lWiCCJiUCKIN, DOROTHY E., Dorf, Acad.-H. R.
Sec'y, H. R. Vice-Pres., Glee Club, Bowling.
BICILLVAINE, BIARIANNEQ Pam-I1 ,' Acad.-G. A. A.g Chess and Checkerg Thalieuterpiansg
Belles Lettresg jr. Red Crossg Laureateg Philologyg Poetry.
RICILLVAINE, WILLIAM 1.5 Marg Acad.-Photography, Sec'y.
MCKELVEY, DOROTHY S.g Doittivq Sec.-Libraryg Amanuensisg Hall Patrol.
MCRAE, LEMUEL C.g Ll'H1,071,' Ind. Arts B-Service Corpsg Hall Patrol.
BTELE, RICHARD F.g Dickj Acad.-Service Corps: Hall Patrolg Forumg Spectatorg Boba-
shela, Jr. Asst.
MEI.L.AN, ELIZABETH: Belfyg Gen. Bus.-'Hall Patrol.
MELLOR, DOLORES D.g Drag Sec.-Orchestrag Costumeg Inter-Club Council.
TMENDREY, DOIQOTHY M.g Dolficg Sec.-Social Dance, Pres.g Leaders' Corpsg Gleeg Oper-
ettag Senior Play.
BTERLIN, VIRGINI.A B.g BlHCk01ll,' Gen. Bus.-G. A. A.g Gleeg Social Dance. I
MESSANKO, DOROTHY P.g Doriieg Gen. Bus.-G. A. A.g Foil and Mask SOc.g Varsity
Swimmingg Minor T.
MESSINEO, CHRISTOPHER? Shvrijfg Ind. Arts B.
MILACKI, CLARA P.g flfC'l'11lllld,' Gen. Bus.-Cinematographyg Varsity Swimmingg Film
Fareg Circulation Com.g Varsity T.
RTICAI, LINO M.g .M1'rlcy,' Ind. Arts A.
AIICHALIS, KENNETH A.g Illikzvfq Ind. Arts A-
Stanipg Basketballg Ping Pong.
llICIiIEVVICZ, HELEN B.: .lIz'rkry,' Sec.-H. R.
Treas.g G. A. A.g l.et's Dance Club, Seoy.
RTICKLEVVRIGHT, ROBERT C.g .llirkfyg Acacl.-Fw
rumg Service Corpsg Hall Patrolg Spectator
Businressg Honor Medalg Service T. ,
RTIGLIACCI, DTXNIEL 1,3 Haz'z'cy,,- Ind. Arts A-
lMIKf7I.AjCZYK, RTICHAEI. T.g Sniyfg Gen. Bus.
Q J fs
.Jd 2 " "
ATILINOWICZ. ESTELLE B., Babsg Sec.-G. A. A.,
ATILLER, EDVVARDJ ACad.-H. R. Vice-Pres., Boys' Science, Sec'y,
MILLER, HELEN M., Rad, Sec.
MILLER, WALTER, Wallf,' Acct.-H. R. Pres., Commerce, Treas., Pres. Council, Book-
keeper, Auditor, Honor Medals, Minor T.
MINSCIIWANER, BETTY M., But, Gen. Bus.-G. A. A., Skating, Bowling.
MISKELL, EARLEQ Acad.
, Honor Medal.
BIITCI-IELL, JAMES D., f1'1n,' Acct.-Service Corps, Hall Patrol, Inter-Club Council, Pres.,
Jr. Historical Soc., Commerce, Pres., Bookroom.
NTITCHELL, JOSEPHINE J., fog Gen. Bus.-Leaders' Corps, Capt., Hall Patrol, Cheerleader.
NIODZELEWSKI, EDWARD R., Acad.-Baud, Aviation.
NIOELLER, CARI., Jlluellerg Ind. Orts B.
THOLDAVAN, ANNE I., Teachers College Prep.-H. R. Pres., Sec'y-Treas., Americana.
AIONTOOTH, MARY E, Marv: Acad.-H. R. Sec'y, Cliouiau, Treas., Riding, G. A. A.,
NTOONEY, ELEANOR C., Dimplesg Gen. Bus.
AIOORE. HAROLD ALFRED, Ike: Gen. Bus.-Print
TXIOORE, SHELDON L., Slzvllg Acad.
XIORICONI, LOUISE M., Lisa, Sec.
NTORRIS, NIANTON E., Ed: Acad.-Forum, Service
Corps, Hall Patrol, Press.
NTOSOVICH, JONAS I., Joey Fine Arts-Art Club,
Vice-Pres., Drama and Radio, Boys' Glee,
Var. Football, Sec'y, Musical Cast, Minor T,
MOSQUERA, ELSIE C.g Acad.
MUEI.LER, CHARLOTTE E.g Acad.-Music Apprcciationg Glee Club: Euclidean: Belles Let-
trcsg Senior Play, Prop. Com.g Operettag Drama and Radio, Sec'yg Nat'l Thespiau.
MUHA, MICHAEI.Q Mikeq Acad.
MULE, GRAYCE V.g Boots: Acad.-H. R. Seclyg Costumeg Social Danceg Clionian.
MULTOI', WILLIAM H.g Bill ,' Gen. Bus.-Hall Patrolg H. R. Pres.g Pres. Council.
IWURPHY, CDETTE Eg ,Vu1'pl1,' Acad.-H. R. VicePres.g Girls' Glecg El Siglo Futuro
MURPHY, VIVIAN L.g Skinny Vivg Gen. Bus.
BIUSZYNSKI, STANLEY E.: Sta.rl2,' Gen. Bus.
NABUTOVSKY, AIJCEQ Allie: Gen. Bus.
NALBoNE, JIM 1.5 Nalbyg Ind. Arts B.
NALEPA, HENRY 1.5 Acad.-Euclideang French, Treas.g Cinematographyg Hall Patrol
NAPLES, SAMUEL P.g Napg Acad.-Print Club.
NAPOLEON, YALBERT j.g Nufvy: Gen. Bus.-H. R.
Scc'y, Trans.: Letls Dance, Vice-Pres.
NAPo1.itoN, NIARY R.g Gen. Bus.-G. A. A.:
Skaters: Italian: Amcricanag Cliccrlcadcrs.
NAPoLEoN, TERESA R.g Acad.-H. R. Pres.g
Frenchg Americanag Golf.
NEMETH, jUL1Usg Jzilig Acad.-Opcrcttag Wres-
tlingg Print Club.
NEMETH, RlARYQ S.: Sec.-Amanuensis.
NEwBoN, NORBLANQ .Vrzilwg Acad.
RW- Cf-"""""" I '
NICKLES. GEORGE M., Nick, Gen. Bus.-Service Corps, Hall Patrol, Forum, Football.
NINE, XYILLIAAI D. S., Bill, Gen. Bus.-H. R. Pres., Pres. Council, Social Dance.
NVIX, HARRIET ANN., fiyger, Acad.-Executive Committee, Service Corps, Hall Patrol,
Inter-Club Council, Treas., G. A. A., Spanish, Vice-Pres., Pres., Jr. Historical, Quill
and Scroll, Spectator, Page Editor, Service T, Attendance Award.
NOBILI, HELEN JOHANNAQ Acad.-Personality, Inter-Club Council, Pet Club.
N01'lXRO, JAMES, Joni, Infl. Arts.
NovAI4, BIADELINE LIARYQ Gen. Bus.-Americana, Garden, G. A. A.
NUcAso, FAY, Fine Arts.
NUIT, CHARLES, Ifllvdflf Fine Arts-H. R. Sec., Soph. and J. V. Football.
OLMSTEAD, LELIAQ Ii1'a1zcis,' Acad.-Personality, Honor Medal, Service T.
O,NEILI., CLAIRE, Patricia, Dot: Acad.-Pres. Council, Cinematography, Glee Club, Radio
and Drama, Mask and Foil Society, Musical Cast.
ONOP'RI, LoUIs, ,Pl1l7LOCh'l0,' Acad.-H. R. Sec., Americana, Print, Inter-Club.
PAGE, JANE R., Acad.-Ir. Red Cross, Sec'y, Service Corps, Hall Patrol, Garden, Lead-
ers' Corps, G. A. A., Riding Club.
PAGE, RICHARD XY., Dick, Acad.-Cheerleaders'
Corps, Soph., I. V. Basketball.
PAGNOTTA, PATSY, IlIaj01',' Acad,-Varsity Foot-
PALINSKY, RITA B., Sec.-Photography, Serv-
PALMA, JEANETTE A., Slzorfy, Acad.-Library,
Radio, Archery, Pres., G. A, A.
PALMERE, PHYLLIS M., Phil, Acad.-Italian
PALUMBO, RUTH M., Acad.-Leaders' Corps,
Cheerleaders, Photography, Mask and Foil
PANERIO, LENORAQ Lacy Acad.-Glee Club, Italian Clubg Spectatorg Bobashela, Humor
PANCOAST, DAVID L.g Dave, Gen. Bus.-Trackg Cross Country.
PAPENDICK, JOHN, Gen. Bus.-Service Corpsg Hall Patrol.
PARKER, SYLVIAQ Molly,' Silg Sec.- Girls' Scienceg Hall Patrolg Spectator, Bus. Staffg
PARKERsoN, CONSTANCE E., Parkyg Gen. Bus.-Bowling, G. A. A.
PARKINSON, ELSIE MAYg Parkieg Gen. Bus.--Personality Club.
PATEE, GEORGE F.g Wolff Acad.-Euclidean, Photography, Radio Appreciation, Sulli-
vanian Society, Laureate.
PATERRA, RAMLQ Ind. Arts.
PATYKULA, EMILY T., Patg iVIi1mie,' Acct.
PAULINE, RosE MARIEg Gen. Bus.-School Storey Bobashelag Special Features Editor.
PEACOCK, ROBERT K., Acad.-Forumg Nat'1 Honor, Jr. Historical, Philosophyg Service
Corpsg Hall Patrolg Foil and Maskg Golfg Honor Medalg Service Tg Minor T
PELLITTERO, JEAN M.g Jeannie, Gen. Bus.-H. R. Treas.g Letys Dance.
PERLINGIERO, LOUIS L.: RUITITTILI Sec.-Orchestra,
Italian Clubg Musical Castg Service T.
PERLMAN, SAMUELA C3 SFIf'17'1111y,' Acad.-Girls'
Scienceg Rowlingg Spectator.
PERSI, JOHN C.g fa.r0u,' Gen. Bus.
PERSONZLORENA E.g Rmzag Home Econ.-Dra-
PESSOLAXO, :XNNI-l,L.I Acad.-Girls Gleeng Radio
Appreciationg Club Editor, Bobaslielag Musi-
PETERS, JOSEPH F. g Flop, Gen. Bus.-Football.
PETERSEN, QUENTIN R.g Pctv: Acad.-Hall Patrolg Philatelic. Vice-Pres.g Philology
Hobashela. Assoc. Editor: Pet Club: Opcretta: Philosophy.
PETTINICHIO, ROSE A.: Frcrklvsf Sec.-H. R. Treasg Amanuensis. Treas.: Hall Patrol
' Honor Medal.
PETTIT, VVANIJA M.g Pvt: Acad.-Accordion.
PIc3c'o1..x, AI.1NDA M.g Cookie: Acad.-Americana. Bowling.
PII-ZLTHOTA, HENRY A.: HF!!-BlillIf,' Ind. Arts-Print: Pres. Councilg H. R. Pres.: Serv-
PTNTO. IJOROTIIY L.g 120-fp Gen. Bus.-Americana, Treasg Radio Appreciationg Bobashela
PIPINO. DoM1N1c'J.3 l'vf.v,' Gen. Bus.-Hall Patrol.
P1PP1'1T, THUMAS H.g Pipg Incl. Arts-H. R. Seoy-Treasg Hall Patrolg Aviation, Vice-
Pres.g Treas., Inter-Club Councilg Cross Countryg Minor T3 Americana-3 Commerce
P1ToNY.xK, EDWARD: Pip: Incl. ArtsA-Band.
PON!-2. MARIE C.: Rev: Gen. Bus.-Personality.
PONTURIERO, IQATHERINE P.g Kufirp Sec.-H. R. Vice-Pres.g Honor Medal: Amanuensis
Poo1.E, ROBEIQ1' L.: Bot: Incl. Arts.
POTTER, EUNICE Y,g Ezzuivq Gen, Rus.-Glue Club
cilg Soph. Football: Spectator.
POTTS, VVALTER G.: Gen. Bus.
Povro, VINCENT L.g Slnzrlcg Gun. Bus.-Accoiw
POTAPA, CECILIN L.: BIm1fz'z1',' .AC3.Cl,4.'XlllCI'lCZ11l21Q
POWNALL, 1051-'PH D.g fury' Acad,-Safety Coun-
POTTS, ROBERT: Aeacl.-Swimming Team: Span-
PRENDERGAST, NANCY: Did: Acad.-H. R, Vice-Pres.g Hall Patrol' G. A. A.' Swimminv
Teamg Teuuisg Major T. i i U
PREZNANSKY, STEPHAXQ Sfcveg Music-Accordiong Americana.
PRETO, CARL F.g Acct.
PROCACCINO, MICHAEL I.g Proc: Ind. Arts.
PRoc'roR. NTADALINE M.g Gifigvzg' G. A. A.g Bowling.
PROKOP, JOHN? Prog Gen. Bus.-Philatelicg Bowling Team, Capt.
PRUSSK, NTARY AGNES? Gen. Bus.-Public Speaking: Polish Clubg U. S. Travel Bookg Hall
PULHALSKI, LORRAINEQ LllvI'I'j',' Sec.-G. A. A.g Balletg Accordioug Skatiugg Spectatorg
PUKACZ, EUGENE T.g Tzmcyg Ind. Arts.
PURCELL, JOHXQ Jacky Acad.-Quill and Scrollg Executive Committeeg Cliouiang Junior
Historical: Spectator, Bus. Mgr.g Junior Asst. Press Class Editorg Picture Eclitorg
Service T5 Service Corpsg Hall Patrol.
QUALLIS, GERARD E.g Acad.-Band, Asst. Librariaug Music Appreciatioug Service T.
QUATTRONI. EMILIOQ illillsq Acad.-H. R. Pres.g Pres. Councilg Honor Medal.
RAINBOW, EUGENE A.g Honkg Incl. Arts-H. R.
RAGO, UMILE F.g U-U5 Acacl.-Italiau Club.
RANDALL, BTARIE A.g Ind. Arts.
RANIERI, FREDQ Music-Bauclg Orcliestrag Danceg
Honor Medalg Servicfg T.
RATICO, TVTARIANQ P.: lVQz.ri4',' Gen. Bus.
RAUGHLEY, ROBERT L.g Baby Fine Arts-Service
Corpsg Forum Clubg Operetta Castg Hall Pa-
READ, MAHLON M.g Wliimpyg Acad.-Shop Safety Council, Treas.g Tennis.
REDD, URSULAQ Red: Acad.--Girl Reserveg Dramatics.
REED, DORIS M.g Darg Gen Bus.-Girl Reserveg Americana Clubg Radio Appreciation:
REED, ELLA L.g Red: Sec.-Skaters.
REED, GARRETQ Geryg Acad.-Track.
REED, SYLVIA C.g Acad.-Dramatics.
REEDER, AUDREY M.g Audg Fine Arts-Costurneg G. A. A.g Skatersg Correspondenceg
REESE, lM1RIAM E. g'Min Sec,-H. R. Treas.3 H. R. Sec.g G. A. A.g Arnanuensisg Skatersg
REIKOSKY, JANE A.g Acad.-jr. Red Crossg Music Appreciation.
RENELT, FRANK E.g Cr: Acad.-Americanag Woodcraftg Hall Patrol.
RENN, STEPHEN VV.g Pcitej Gen. Bus.
RHOADS, HOPE M.g Hopieg Gen. Bus.
RICATTO, ANTHONY V.g Ricky Gen. BuS.-Base-
RICHARDSON, LOTTIER V.g Acad.-Dramatics.
RIGELQN, FRANK D.g Dnfg Ind. Arts A.
RINKUS, jour! XY.g Kinky Gen. Bus.-Service
RKBBERTS, IYTARCIAQ Mar'cialCc,' Music-French
Clubg G. A. A.: Modern Dance: Operetta
Class: Orchestra: Concert Masterg Cheer-
leaders' Reserve Corpsg Sullivanian Society.
ROBERTS, SYLVIAQ Syl: Fine Arts-Art Club.
ROBERTSON, LOTTIE 31.5 Lot. Gen. Bus.-Hall Patrolg Bobaslielag Spectator.
ROCH. NY1LL1AM D.g Acad.
ROCH1'ORD, RUTH B.g Poofg Acad.-H. R. Vice-Pre5.g Clioniang Hall Patrol.
ROGEIQS, EDWARD R.g Ted. Acad.-Hall Patrolg Forumg Spectatorg Bobashela, Asst. Editor:
ROMAN, JOHN N.g Gen. Bus.
ROPPIQLT, RICH,ARD H.g Piulsgg' Acad.-Hall Patrolg Clionion.
ROSLONSKI, DOROTHY T.g LDOILQ Scc.-Cinematography, Sec'yg Film Fareg Drama and
Ross, VIRGINIA M.g Gi1zm'c,' Acad.-Service Corpsg Hall Patrolg Belles Lettresg Ir. His-
toricalg Ir. Red Cross.
ROUND1'REE, SYLVESTERQ Jakvg Gen. Bus.-J. V. Football.
ROUZI2, BERNARDQ Beruieg Acad.-Hall Patrolg Electric Club.
ROY'ER, RICHARD L.g Diclcg Acad.-Service Corpsg Hall Patrol Capt.g Mask and Foilg
Forurng Jr. Historicalg Service T's.
RUBINO, LENA N.g l.r'c,' Gen. Bus.-Arnericanag Let's Danceg Skating Club.
RUsso, JOSEPH A.: Joey. Gen. Bus.-Trackg
Rosso, JOSEPHINE 1.3 Jog Gen. Bus.-Radio Ap-
RL'BRIl91iT, L.XURA E.: Lm'ky,' Acad.-Euclidean
Societyg Natnralistsg Press Club.
RYAN, CHARLES J.g Bang Gen. Bus.-Glec Clubg
AlI16I'lC3.113.Q Music Appreciationg Senior
Plays, Musical Prod.
RxiAN, EDWARD S,g Jacoby Acad.-H. R. Treas.g
Forumg Presidents' Councilg Service Corps:
RYAN, SENSOR A.g Acad.-Service Corpsg Or-
cliestrag Forunig Chess and Clieckerg Nat'l
Honorg Hall Patrolg Honor Medal.
.D-XL-XXIAXDRA HARRX L Gen Bus Service Corps, Vice-Pres.g Hall Patrolg Forumg
Junior Historical Society Service T.
SALVANTE ROSELLA E Snow Acad Naturalistsg Americanag Italian, Sec'y.
SALNANT1 BENJANUN P Ben Intl Arts B-Track Team.
SMIDFRS BETH Samix Sec blee Clubg Musical.
SANDHOH- PEARL D .Sandi Sec Bobashela Staffg Laureate.
SANIAXIELLO BFLLA A Gen Bus Skating.
SANTARSIERO Jol-1NJ John Silver Ind Arts A.-Let's Dance Club, Pres.
SASS RITA 'Xl .Sltzpfn Sec Spanish Hall Patrol.
SAWLHA1x VK ALTFR G Acad Serwicc Corps Hall Patrolg Laboratory Asst.g Euclidean:
Boys Science Ptolemean Society Honor Medalg Nat'1 Honor.
SLACCFTTI jmx A Scam Acad Italian.
SCARI A1 A PALMIRA Palm Sec Orchestra g Service T.
SCERBA, BERTHA R.: Bent: Gen. Bus.-Tap,
Americanag H. R. Secly.
SCHEINER, BERNICEQ Acad.-Spanishg Skating.
SCHoRNER, TDOROTHY j.g D015 Acad.-Glee Clubg
Les lntiniesg Skating.
SCHIFFMAN. FLORENCE 11.5 1'-llj'L',' Acad.-Em
clideang El Siglo Futuro: Skatingg Attend-
ance Girlg Spectator Reporterg Service T
SCHIJCHER. LORRAINI-3 F.g Pete: Acad--H. R
Vice-Prcs.g G. A. A.g Hall Patrolg Pres
Council: Clioniang Modern Dance.
SUIAFI-'ER, LEONARD F.g Lmz : Acad.--VVoodcraft
Radio Appreciationg Swimmingg Minor '1.
vu ,aqua-f'-Nvlrf ' I-53,7111
Top Row- "
SCHAZ, JOSEPHINE M.g Joeg Gen. Bus.-School Store.
SCHNI-LLL. RUTH 3 Stinkyg Acad.-Clioniang G. A. A.
SCHUSTER, VVILLIAM T.g Bcllg Gen. Bus.-Service Corps, Hall Patrolg Accordiong Ameri-
canag Service T.
SCHRUM, NORMA M.g Sec.-Skating.
SCHWARTZ, KARL F.g Speclcsg Fine Arts-Art.
SCHWARTZ, LILLIAN D.g Lily Sec.
SCOTT, NORMA 1.3 5'c0tty,' Sec.-Petg G. A. A.g H. R. Vice-Pres.
SCULLY, DoLoREs K.g Dellyg Gen. Bus.-G. A. A.g Skating.
SEABRIDGE, VVILLIAM F.g Billy Acad.-Hall Patrol.
SEAVEY, CHARLOTTE S.g Gen. Bus.-'Americana
SECOR, RUTH C.g Acad.-Skatingg Laureate.
SEDORIEK, MARX' A.g Gen. Bus.-Glee Club: Hall Patrolg Modern Danceg School Store:
Musicaleg Bobashelag Music Appreciation.
SE11-'1-LRT, HENRX' Hg Bzzrtg Acad.-Banclg Boys'
Scienceg Service T.
SEITZ, EILEEN M.g Seo: Acad.-Hall Patrolg Nat-
uralistg Drama: Radio.
SELTER, ERNEST Wfg Acad.-Service Corpsg Or-
chestrag Chess and Checkerg Pythagorean'
Ptolomean Society, Sec'yg Foil and Maskg
Nat'1 Honorg Press Classg Honor Medal'
Attendance Awardg Service T.
SEMASKO, BoR1s P.g Acad.-Glee Clubg Boys
Scienceg Philosophical Societyg Musicaleg .L
Honor Medalg Sullivaniang Music Apprecia-
SERBACK, IDAg Sec.-Girls' Scienceg Modern
Sl-ERUBY, NICHOLAS A.g Nicky Rus.-Bandg Serr-
T017 Row- ' 1.3.13 ' "
SHORE, ITELEN B15 SI10rty,' Music.
SHARE, EDYTHE F.g Edicg Gen. Bus.-Glee Club.
SIIAW, VIRGINIA L.g Ginny: Acad.-French Club, Sec'yg Tapg Swimmingg Press Club,
Sports Editorg Quill and Scroll.
SHEEGER, IRENE Lg Sugarg Gen. Bus.-Philology Tattler.
SHERMAN, JACK: Shc'1'm,' Acad.--Service Corpsg Hall Patrolg Chess and Checkersg Shop
Safctyg Press Club, Co-Editorg Spectatorg H. R. Treas.
SHERMAN, PHYLLIS F.g PI1iI,' Fine Arts--Radio!and Dramag Glee Clubg G. A. A.g Senior
Castg Musicale Cast.
SHINTAY, ANNE: Sec.-Balletg G. A. A., Scc'y.
SHIPPER, HARvEYg Slzipg Acad.-Forumg Jr. Historicalg Nat'l Honorg Chess and Check-
ers: Service Corpsg Hall Patrolg Tennis, Mgr.g Service T'sg Minor T.
SIEGLE, HELEN H.g Gen. Bus.-Pres. Councilg H. R. Pres.g G. A. A.g Hall Patrolg School
Storeg Leaders' Corpsg Bobashela, Picture Editorg Service T5 Attendance Girl.
SIKORSKI, CASIMIRQ T. Rasj Gen. Bus.
SIKORSKI, SOPHIA J.g Sophg Sec.-H. R. Sec'y.
SIKSAY, OLGA M.g Acad.-Naturalist, Treas.g Spectator, Ir. Assistant.
SILCOX, CLARA M.g Dirky: Sec.-Hall Patrolg
Pres. Councilg H. R. Presg Americanag Ballet.
SILVERS, ELIZABETIIQ Bflsyq Gen. Bus.-Social
Danceg Swimming Team.
SIMINOWICS, ATARY K.: Sim: Sec.-Commerce:
Hall Patrolg Bobashela, Literary Staffg Honor
SIMKO. AIARY A.: Slzortyg Sec.
SIMLA, STEPHEN J.g Stcjfq Acad.-H. R. Sec'yg
Polish Clubg Hall Patrol.
SISTI, DIXNIEI. R.g Shiclricg Acad.-Baseballg
SISTI. NICHOLAS G.g Nirlg' Gen. Bus.
SISOLAK. AIARGARET M,g Marge: Sec.-Amanuensisz Steno-Memo. Co-editor
SIMPSON, GERALDINE M.g Gvr1'y,' Sec.-H. R. Vice-PreS.g Personalityg G. A.. A.: Golfg
SLOVER, RUTH P.g Rutlziey Gen. Bus.-H. R. PreS.g G, A. A.g Modern Danceg Minor T.
SLOVES, ELAINE 1.3 Slzorfyf Gen. Bus.-Americana.
SMAZIL, FRANK? Zllinleg Acct.-Radio Appreciation.
SMITH, CHARLES VV.g Smifiy: Acct.-Service Corpsg Hall Patrolg Service T5 Debate.
SMITH, DONALD C.g Barony Incl. Arts B.
HAROLIJQ C01mt,'Acacl.-Bandg OfCll6StFHQ Trackg Cross Countryg Service T.
SMITH, ilxlAR1OR1E E.g M'1dgv,' Sec.-H. R. Sec'yg Aviationg G. A. A.
SMITH, NIXTALIE D.g Nat: Gen. Bus.-Bowling.
SMITH, NORMAN S.g Smitty: Ind. Arts.
SNEAD, ELSIE L.g Slzortyg Sec.
SOLINSKA, EDN,-x R.g Gen. Bus.-Skating.
SPOT0, ANTHOM' R.g Tonyg Music-H. R.
Treas.g Band: Orchestrag Print Clubg Music
SOLLAMI, JAMES 1.5 S0115 Gen. BuS.g-Service
Corpsg Varsity Football: Hall' Patrol. '
SOMERS, DOROTHX' M.g Dorf Music-Riding Club.
SOWA, STEPHANIE 1.5 Simflx' Gen. BuS.-A1neri-
SPICER, FEED J., Spice, Acad,-H. R. Pres., H. R. Treas, Hall Patrol, Belles Lettres,
Cinematography, Pres. Council, Varsity Track, Intra-Mural Championship, Film
SPINELLI, .ANGELINA L., Angie, Acad.-Girls' Chorus, Cinematography, Sec'y, Inter-Club,
Nat'l Honor, Quill and Scroll, Spectator, Page Editor, Feature Editor, Film Fare,
Co-Editor, Honor Medal.
SPRINGSTEEN, WYARREN VV., Difiersg Ind. Arts-
SPYCH, EDWARD J., .S'pike,' Ind. Arts.
STANKIEWICZ, REGINA, Ginny, Sec.-G. A. A., Ballet, Tap, Skating.
STANLEY, JOHN J., Acad.-Hall Patrol, Woodcraft.
STANZIALE, THOMAS A., 1: Gen. Bus.
STEEL, CHARLES D., Gen. Bus.-H. R. Pres,
STELLA, PETER R., Gen. Bus.
STEEANOWIQZ, Lucy A., Lug Gen. Bus.-Americana.
STILES, HAROLIT R., Stinleiv: Gen. Bus.-H. R. Pres., H. R. Vice-Pres., Pres. Council.
STILLANO, FIFIQ Fee, Gen. Bus.
STINES, MIRIAM R., Mim, Acad.-Art, Member
of Musicale Cast.
STRAUB, DAISY M., Sec.
STRAVA, VIRGINIA B., Sec.-Aviation.
STROHECKER, EVELYN J., Ezvicj Ballet, Spanish,
SURO, FERDINAND R., Toofsg Ind. Arts-Safety
Council, Treas., Service T.
SULLIVAN, RUTH E., Gen. Bus.-Skating, G.
SUSSMAN, EsTHERg S,' Sec.-H. R. Pres.g Presidenfs Councilg Amanuensisg Spectator,
Business Staffg Press.
SUSZKO, SOPHIEQ Gen. Bus.-School Storeg Modern Dance.
SUTHERLAND, MARTHA L.g Dutchg Home Econ.-Humane Clubg Art, Sec'yg Petg Corre-
spondenceg Hall Patrol.
SUTTERLIN, CARL D.g Suftg Ind. Arts-J. V. Swimmingg Attendance Awardg Minor T.
SUVRG, VIOLET E.g Vig Sec.-Costume Clubg Petg Skating.
SWEENEY, CONSTANCE M.g Connie ,' Acad.-H. R. Pres.g Aviationg Girls' Scienceg Execu-
tive Committecg Pres. Councilg Foreign Correspondenccg Hall Patrolg Attendance
Girlg Ridingg Bowlingg Service T.
SYLVESTER, EDWARD F.g Edg Gen. Bus.-Hall Patrolg Varsity Baseball.
SYMoNow1cz, HIPOLIT W.g Hipg Gen. Bus.
SZBANZ, HELENQ Hijig Home Econ.
SZWEDO, EDWARD P. g Shikesg Ind. Arts B.
SZKLANNY, PAULINE A.g Acad.-Girl's Scienceg Hall Patrolg Costumeg Honor Meclalg
TAFT, SAMUEL T.g Ind. Arts A.
TAFT, XYILLIAM 1.5 Hillg Ind. Arts A-VVoocl--
TALLON, DoN,' Gen. Bus.-Hi Y Club.
TALLON, ROBERTQ Pafg Incl. Arts B-Hall Patrol.
TANKE1., LILLIAN S.g Lily Gen. Bus.fG. A. A.
TARNOSKE, ELEANOR S.g Booisg Acad.-Amer?
canag Necdlecraft. A
TARTAGLIA, BEATRICE Mg Beag Gen. Bus.-H. R.
TAYLOR, JEAN, Tail .' Acad.-Pythagorean, Junior Red Cross, Riding, G. A. A., Inter-
Club Council, Leader's Corps, Minor T's, Hockey, Tennis.
TAYLOR, PRISCILLA J., Paitg Gen. Bus.-G. A. A., Publication-Press Class, Position,
TAYLOR, WILBIA J., Billie, Gen. Bus.-Modern Dance.
TELFER, CATHERINE, Kary, Home Econ.-G. A. A., Leaders' Corps, Apparatus, Cheer-
leaders' Corps, Skating, Varsity Team, Tennis Minor T.
TEMPLE, BEATRICE H., Bea, Gen. Bus.-G. A. A,, Skating.
TEMPLE, LENORE A., Lani, Home Econ.-Art, G. A. A., Coresponderice.
TEMPLE, TNTARTIN VV., Fine Arts.
TTENNANT, MARGARET R., Sa-ndy, Sec.-H. R. Sec'y, Modern Dance, G. A. A., Varsity
Team, Tennis, Correspondence Club.
TERRELL, MARJORIE V., illargog Sec.-Modern Dance, Honor Medal, Typing Pin.
TERRY, LEE, Terry, Acad.-Hi Y Club, Patrol, Football.
THACKRAY, JOHN Y., Ind. Arts A.
THTEL, JOE E., Ind. Arts B.-Service Corps, Art, Stamp and Coin Club, Varsity Track,
Asst. Tennis Mgr., Minor Ts.
THOMAS, ARTHUR L., Doc, Music-H. R. Vice-
Pres., Band, Music, Music Certificate.
THOMAS, BETTY D., B. T., Fine Arts-Hall Pa-
trol, Pres. Council, Art, G. A. A.
THOMAS, NTABELQ I,0z'i0,' Home Econ.
THOMPSON, IXIARIE L., Dolly ,' Acad.-Social
THOMS, DONALD C., Acad.-Cross Country, Cap-
THORNTON, HARRY, Binyg Gen. Bus.-Glee Club,
fy! , vfjfli
I J fwff T'-Qff
TIFFENBACH, FRANK J.g Acad.-Service Corpsg Hall Patrolg Service T.
TILLERY, ANITA L.g Nitag Gen. Bus.
TOFT, WILLIAM L.g Tubz'as,' Gen. Bus.QCinematographyg Hall Patrolg Quill and Serollg
Thalieuterpeang Bobashelag Laureateg Film Fareg Sullivanian Society, Pres.
TOMASULO, MICHAEL 1.3 Mikey Gen. Bus.-H. R. Pres.g Americanag Garden Clubg Pres.
Councilg Inter-Club Council.
TOMASULO, PHILOMENA D.g Philg Sec.-H. R. Treas.g Commerce Club.
TOMASZEVVSKI, CHESTER R.g Chetg Ind. Arts A-Print Club.
Bottom Row- I
TOME, DONALD 1.3 Dong Acad.-H. R. Treas.g Service Corpsg Hall Patrolg Pres. Councilg
Clionian, Vice-Pres.g Cross Countryg Tennisg Press Classg Service T.
TONTI, LENA P.g Gen. Bus.--Americana.
TORRENS, KENNETH C.g Kang Acad.-Photography Club.
TOTH, ERNEST 1.3 Ernieg Acad.-H. R. Pres.g Hall Patrolg Pres. Councilg Correspondence
TOTH, STEPHEN 1.5 Tothyg Acad.-Clioniang Pres. Councilg Soph. Footballg Soph. Swim-
mingg J. V. Footballg J. V. Swimmingg Varsity Football and Swimmingg Spectatorg
TRAPANI, JOSEPHINE F.g Pipj Gen. Bus.-Let's Danceg Modern Dance.
TLMMA. EDITH R.g Clzarlicq Acad.-Americanag
TULIZNEWSKI, STANLEY 1.3 Stung lnd. Arts A.
TURANO EAN M. ' Jmuic ' Sec.-Commerce Club'
-J V . .
Vice-Pres.g G. A. A.g Tennisg Honor Medal.
TURENER, ISABEL V.g Pcggyq Home Econ.
' TURNER, JOHN E.g J0l1n1'zy,' Acad.
TURNER, LIITHERQ foo: Ind. Arts B.
Tuzzoto, josEI-IIIXE 11.5 Jog Gen, Bus.-Service Corpsg Hall Patrol.
ULLA, GREGORY N.g Gen. Bus.-H. R. Sec'y.
UNANGST, VIRGINIA L.g Gimwf Gen. Bus.-AH. R. Pres., H. R, Vice-Pres., Leaders' Corpsg
G. A. A.g Drama and Radio, Bowling.
UNGAR, SADIEQ Selling.
UNGARO, VITA C., Vcc, Acad.-El Siglo Futuro.
URBAN, DAVID, Acad.-Belles Lettres: Glee Clubg H. R. Vice-Pres.
UIQICH, RICHARD A., Pre: Acad.-Glee Clubg Treas.g Radio and Drama, Cinematog-
raphy, Film Fare, Senior Play.
URKI-JN, JEROME A.g Jerry, Acad.-Service Corpsg Hall Patrol Capt.g Foruing jr. His-
toricalg Quill and Scroll, Pres., Chess and Checkcrsg Spectator, Editor-in-Cliiefg
Honor Medalg Service T.
VAHGHAN, VERNAL A.g Red: Ind. Arts A.
VALPINTINE, Roy M.g Cuddlcsg Acad.-Americana, Dance Club, Footballg Baseballg
H. R. Pres.
VALERI, MAMIE F., Sec.-Pet Club.
VALEYKA, PEARL P.g Blondie, Gen. Bus.
XYAN BUSKIRK, XVESLEY H.g Gen. Bus.-Natural-
ist Clubg Hall Patrol.
X7AN HORN, EARL C.g Tinnyg Incl. Arts A-H. R.
Sec'yg H. R. Treas.g Aviation Club.
XCAN NESS. AGNES Mg. Aggie: Sec.-Skating
Club, Modern Danceg Lct's Dance.
XIANNOZZI, EDWARD D.g Eddie, Gen. Bus.-A1ner-
YYELTRE, HELEN E., Slzortyg Gen. Bus.-G. A. A.g
Tap Clubg Balletg Glee Club.
vVEREEN, FRED A.g Counteyg Acad.-Service
Corps 3 Constitutional Committee.
VERRO, CLARENCE, Gen. Bus.-Radio Appreciation, Naturalist Club.
VIG, ERNEST F.g Snalccg Gen. Bus.-H. R. Treas.
VINE, IRWIN, Tang Acad.-Public Speaking: Belles Lettresg Service Corps, Hall Patrol,
Quill and Scroll, Spectator, Honor Medal.
V1RuIN, WILLIAM P.g Bill, Acad.-Forum, Inter-Club Councilg Service Corps, Jr. His-
toricalg Glee Clubg Chess and Checker, Spectator, Business Staffg Service T.
VOCATURO, SANTINA B.g Sandyg Acad.-Italian Club
VOLPE, PHILOMENA M.g Shortyg Gen. Bus.-Americana
WAH, YINAQ Ying, Acad.-Hall Patrolg Leaders' Corpsg Frenchg G. A. A., Bowling,
Riding Club, Pres.
XNALCOFF, H.ARRYQ Sox, Acad.4Cinematograpl1y3 Varsity Swimming, Manager, Serv-
VVALLACE, ANDREW A., Andy, Acad.-Drama, Musicale.
NVALKER, MARGARET, Acad.
VVALLER, LUCY Kg Home Econ.
XVALTER, WILLIAM E.g Bill ,' Acad.-Orchcstrag Senior Play Committee, Glee Clubg Drama
and Radio, Music Appreciationg Musicaleg Service T.
VVARDELL, ATARGARFT 1.5 ,llrzrgiug Gen. Bus.-
Skating Club: G. A, A.
VVARNER, H.AROLD L. g !-0f'cr,' Acad.-Clionian So-
ciety, Hall Patrolg Cheerleaders' Corp,
VVARNER, THOMAS, Tzmzg Fats, Acad.-H. R.
Pres., Varsity Swimming.
XVARREN, :AUDREY BIAEQ .-lifts: Sec.-H. R, Sec'y ,
Girls' Science, Pres., Girls, Tennis Mgr.
XVASCOE, FERDINANDQ 1"z'rd,' Acad.-Boys' Sci-
enceg Nat'l Honor Society: J. V. Track.
VVATTS, JEANNE A. g Sfvfvci ,' Acad.-Service Corps:
Hall Patrol: Clionian, Scc'yg jr. Historical
Societyg Foil and Mask, Jr. Red Cross, Glec
Clubg G. A. A., Leaders' Corpsg Quill and
Scrollg Girls' Varsity Tennis, Asst. Capt.g
Girls' Basketballg Bobashela, Co-Girls' Sports l
Editor, Spectatorg Service Tis. i
,,f ,- --
XVEIS, CLARA A., Acad -Pythagorean, Jr. Red Cross, Chess and Checker, Sec., G. A. A.,
Euclidean, Laureate, Bobashelag Honor Medal, Lab. Asst., Nat'l Honor.
WEIss, ALTON,' Acad.-Hall Patrol, Woodcraft.
VVELQH, JON J., Crash, Acad.-Hall Patrol, Woodcraft.
VVEST, EVAN R., Westie,' Acad.-H. R. Pres, Pres. Council, Hall Patrol, Bldg. Capt.,
Porsm, jr. Historical, Orchestra, Philosophy, I. V. Debating, Honor Medal, Serv-
VVIIARTENBY, DORIS M., Squeelesy Sec.-Modern Dance.
VVHEELER, BI-:ATRICE E., Bea, Acad.-Costume, Philatelic, G. A. A., Naturalists, Hall
Patrol, Archery, Bobashela, Spectator.
WHITE, GEORGE G., Ll1'7'7'j',' Acad.-Service Corps, Hall Patrol, Clionian, Chess and
Checker, Nat'1 Honor Society, I. V. Basketball, Spectator, Bus. Staff and Circula-
tion, Honor Medal.
VVHITE, RICHARD S., Dick, Acad.-Hall Patrol, Clionian, Nat'l Honor Society, Treas.,
VVHITE, ROBERT C., Bob, Acad.-Cheerleaders, Asst. Capt., Hall Patrol, Belles Lettres,
Foil and Mask.
WHYTE, GEORGE P., Pat, Acad.-H. R. Pres., H. R. Vice-Pres., Varsity VVrestling.
VVIEDMANN, VIRGINIA R., Ginny, Gen. Bus.-Americana, Skating.
WVILDONGER, PEGGY I., Peg, Gen. Bus.-School Store Clerk.
W'ILI.IvI-:R, CLAIRE, Red, Gen. Bus.
VVILLEY, MARGARET, Peggy, Acad.4H. R. Vice-
Pres., Belles Lettres, Sec'y, Nat'l Honor,
Glee Club, Pres., Jr. Red Cross, G. A. A.,
VVILLIAMSON, JEAN N., Sec.-Pet Club.
NVILLIS, HTAUDE V., Acad.-Drama Club.
VVILSON, ADELE P., Ad, Acad.-G. A. A., Ir.
Red Cross, Glee Club, Drama and Radio,
French, Thalieuterpeans, Natll Thespians,
Creative Writiiig, Music Appreciation, Boba-
shela, Senior Play Cast, Musicale Cast.
VVILSON. EDWARD L., Knottyq Acad.-H. R.
Treas.g Varsity Basketball, J. V. Soccer,
i Service T, Minor T.
VVILSON, EVELYN M.g Evieg Gen. Bus,-Bowling.
WILSON, JAMESg Jimmicvg Gen. Bus..
WILSON, MADELYN E.g Lottieg Sec.
WISMER, EDWARD H.: Edg Gen. Bus.-Service Corpsg Hall Patrol.
WOJCIK, ROSE MARIE A.g Sec.-Americanag Garden Club, Sec'yg Bobashela.
WOOD, GIARFIELD A.g Woodieg Sec.-Bandg Service T.
WOODMAN, LEWIS S.g Lm Woodigg Ind. Arts-Service Corpsg Asst. Capt.g Hall Patrolg
WOLFF, LISELOTTQ Leaf Acad.-Glee Clubg Apparatusg Americanag Varsity Swimmingg
WOLFINGER, HARRY P.g Killer Wolff Gen, Bus.-Service Corps.
NVOOLVERTON, WILLIAM Eg Weep Ind. Arts.
WORTHINGTON, JEAN? Ettag Gen. Bus.-Hall Patrolg Costume Clubg Americana.
WNUK, STELLA: Sec.-H. R. Sec'y-Treasg G. A. A.g Letls Dance Club.
VVRIGHT, .ALCAIDQ .415 lncl. Arts-Service Corpsg
Hall Patrolg Safety Councilg Varsity Track.
XYUHASE, ROSE M.vxRc:AIeEI'g Rosicg Acad.-Girls'
Athletic Association: Glee Clubg Italian Clubg
Balletg Operettag Music Appreciation.
YUHASZ, ETHEL4,' Sec.-Americana Club Garden
" YOUNG, H0wARDg Gen. Bus. '
XvUNCZA, FLORENCE HEI.ENQ Flussicg Gen. Bus.
ZAISIONSKI, EVELYN S.g Iiwg Sec.
Vw' f pw
Y tif Trrrzu- Q! A2 5'
LANE. ELIZABETH E.: Bcity: Acad. Service Corpsg Hall Patrol: Swimming Team.
ZARLENGA, MARYg C10IIHl1I71'G4,' Gen. Bus.-Americana Club.
ZBOYOVSKY, ATARGARET F.: Kit: Gen. Bus.-G. A. A.3 Personalityg Americana Clubg
Skating Clubg Bowling Team.
ZEYACK, GEORGE A.: Zeke: Ind. Arts-Football.
ZICKWOLF, DORIS M.g Duty Acad.-Naturalistg Americanag Ir. Red Cross.
ZLMBA, LORETTAQ Loflirf Gen. Busf- Modern Dance Club.
ZIIXIMER, FREUERICK 1.5 lf1'cd,' Ind. Artsg Soccer Team.
ZUCKERNIAN, ORX'II.I.2 Ozzie: Gen. Aviation-XYood Shop Club.
ZUDNIAK. SOPHIA E.: Suiilvsg Sec.-H. R. Pres.g Amanuensisg Americanag Inter-Club
Council: Hall Patrolg Spectator: Special Service Corps.
ZWVI-SIG, RUTHQ Rnflzivf Fine Arts-Drama and Radio: Art: Inter-Club Council: Glee
Clubg Operettag Senior Playg National Tliespian Society.
BENCH, LEROYQ Roy: Incl. Arts A.
BIRCHENOUGH, EVELYNg Acad.
CASTRANOVA, ANNA M.: Gen. Bus.AItalian Club
CEZUS, AALICEQ Gen, Bus.
CLARK, ToMg Porleq Gen. Bus,-Varsity Basket-
ballg Baseballg H. R, Pres.
TJANESE, HEI.ENEQ Dau: Gen. Bus.-Hall Patrol
DURITT, EVELYN 9 EW ,' Fine Arts-Costume Club
Skatiugg Modern Danccg G. A. A.g'Cl1eer
ETZ, SAMUEL 1.3 Acad.-Service Corpsg Hall Pa
trolg Americana Clubg National Honor So
cietyg Honor Medalg Baseball Mgr.
' ,!f.i,'l1liZ IF
Q , V ,fb '-
G1.m1l:EL1.UcA, Jos!-LPHQ Joe: Acad.-Varsity Football. Americana Club, Prssq Forumg
J. V. Baskctballg Baseballg Soph. Class Pres.
GORDON, EARL H.g Flaslzg Ind. Arts-VVooclcraftg Inter-Club Council.
KROSNICK, ABE: Gen. Bus.
IQROSNICK, BENQ Gen. Bus.
ATANOLAKIS, ETHELQ Home Econ.-Glce Club.
AIARTIN, KA'rH1i2EN A.g Kiffyg Acad.-El Siglo Fuiurog Radio and Dramag Moclcrn
Dauceg G. A. A.
NAPOLEON, LALPHONSEQ .fllficg Gen. Bus.
PI-LRLAIAN, SAMUELAQ Acad.-Girls' Science Club.
PRISLAK, Hlsbwlcsg Hvddyg Gen. Bus.-H. R. P1'cs.g Americana Club.
Roiviiu, VVEr.DONg Acad.
SMITH, DORIS L.g Dollifq Gen. Bus.-H, R. P1'cs.g Glce Clubg Bowliugg Pres. Couiicilg
VVEB1-zk, EDNA MAE,' Acad.
Fellowship In Sports
Varsity Wrestlers in Action
TONI KRENCHICKI was another set-shot
artist whose smooth-floor playing was a key link
in the Trenton attack. He made many underhand
shots to sink goals. This year he finished his second
straight season of varsity competition.
I O O
FRANK FRASCELLA led the Trenton High
scoring parade with 225 points. He is probably the
best set-shot artist in the state. Frank made the
Hrst All-State team on every newspaper. Only one
of two players to receive the honor in the entire
state, he scored 23 points in two games at New
Brunswick and Perth Amboy.
O 0 O
Rising from the ranks of a junior varsity regular,
HREDN BLUMENTHAL climbed the ladder to
his greatest height as Trenton's Hunsung hero,,' be-
ing named as captain of the Red and Black quin-
tet for the Big Six play-offs with New Brunswick.
TOlN1 CLARK was a key man in Trenton's
unsuccessful drive for the state crown which was
won by Asbury Park. Tom played Hne defensive
ball and kept the opponents checked with every
move of his agile body.
BGB CARLTON, lanky center, rose from no-
where to replace Jack Smith at the pivot post.
Bob's six feet, two inches enabled him to retrieve
many rebounds off the backboards, and he tapped
in numerous goals.
HE Trenton High basketeers opened
their inter-high school basketball
season at home with a brilliant 46-4 win
over the New York School of Arts. Pro-
tecting an early lead, Frank Frascella,
Tommy Clark, and Tommy Krenchicki,
last year's outstanding players, account-
ing for most of the points, coasted to an
Rounding out the basketball team
were red-haired Klarv Blumenthal and
Bob Carlton, two inexperienced players,
playing their first year at the varsity
berths.-The team, through the expert
guidance of "Red" Smith proved to be
one of the best-balanced teams in the
After a poor start, the team made a
clean sweep in the second half of the
HBig Six" Conference to make them eli-
gible for the "play-offsf' Although
beaten by New Brunswick, 39-26, Tren-
ton High extended their foe all the way.
Playing a brilliant game in which they
exhibited all of their offensive and de-
fensive power. Trenton High dropped a
close game to Camden High in the semi-
finals of the South Jersey Finals in the
Group 4 competition.
Although the Red and Black team did
not win the championship trophy, they
nevertheless completed another good
season, compiling a record of 15 victories
in 23 encounters. Captain Frank Fras-
cella led the team in individual scoring
with 225. Krenchicki finished with 113,
with Carlton, Clark and Blumenthal fol-
lowing in that order.
New York, home,
seherhile for the past season: N
York School of Arts, home, -16--1, Rahway, away. 25-31
D ' f 1 71 7' XV,-ef
28-273 . rince.on. nome, 2,1--ng ..
28-363 Morrisville, home, -10-1-lg New
Brunswick, away, 31-46, Perth Amboy, home, 29 21
Trenton Catholic, away, 42-21, Morristown, home, 40
171 Asbury Park, away, 37-22, Allentown CPa.j, 23-20
ten, home. 31-353 Camden, home. 26-21
home 35-33: Perth Amboy, away.
313 'l're.nton Catholic, home, 25-23, Morristown, awax
42-271 Asbury Park, home, 16-22.
A Salute To Mermen
Upper: JOE HORNYAK, co-captain of this
year's swimming team, gets set for a back dive.
Hornyak has a brilliant record as a diver. He has
held the State and the Interscholastic National div-
Cenler: Two free stylers, BILL MACKEY,
left, and JOE GNANDT, right, climb from the
pool after a stiff practice. Mackey swam the 100-
yard event, While Gnandt carried the Red and
Black hopes in the 50-yard sprint.
Lower: NAT SUTNICK, co-captain and high
scorer, climbs from the pool after completing his
specialty, the 100-yard backstroke. Sutnick was
beaten only by John Gibson, a Rutgers freshman,
in dual competition. Nat has also formed the
nucleus for the 150-yard medley relay Which had
an unusually successful record this year.
ITH the ever-increasing keenness in
scholastic swimming competition,
the Crimson and Black natators had no
easy time in defending their state title.
lt was only by sheer effort that the Neu-
schaefer boys nosed out Columbia High
School of South Grange by only one
point in order to retain the state crown
for the eighth consecutive year.
It was in l93Z that Trenton High
School entered its Hrst New Jersey state
championship swimming meet, scoring a
sum total of one point. The next year,
Coach Al Neuschaefer and his mermen
flashed better form, losing the state meet
by only two points.
The Trenton swimmers hit their stride
in l934l- and captured the state title. Ever
since that time, the state title has re-
mained in the possession of Trenton
ln addition to this honor the team has
held the national title for the past two
years. This year the team placed second
First Ratt' tleft to riglitj-Joseph Cnamlt, Jack Q'Shet1. Xyil-
l'll'I1 omson on 'o s oe xa ner oe om ac 'o 21021111
lf ,ll. ,llllllwj llt .-I ll ylfi-ku! J
Nat Sutnick tCo-Caitziinj, Vic Kolzer, llicg "Vte-. holin Ball
1 l Vlly I ,
VVz1lter Stocklas, VVilliam VVy5oclii. ,S'1'i'z1i1rl Row--Vincent Fer-
in the national meet. The "Redsl'
placed third in the Rutgers scholastic
championship, a meet attended by the
most outstanding prep and high schools
in the East.
Following its regular schedule of
meets, the T. H. S. mermen defeated
every high school team they encountered.
In addition they scored victories over
Bucknell Junior College, Peddie Insti-
tute, Hun School, and Lawrenceville
This year's squad closed its season by
breaking the T. H. S. medley record held
by the l937 squad. lwembers of this
squad were Nat Sutnick, Vic Kolzer and
As this book went ot press, word was
received by Coach Neuschaefer that Joe
Hornyak, Nat Sutnick of the medley-
relay and the free-style had won posi-
tions on the All-American swimming
team. This team is picked from an area
which includes the United States and its
raro Glanagerj, Hal XVQ-lsli, Vincent S. Caciubourla. Bill Baxter,
Peter Sapio, Fran Slieeiiaiiujaelc Pollock. Peter Karaffa, Louis
Suta, Michael Kovacs, Francis, llfarciaute tManagerD.
To lefz I
UMPLETING its Hrst season under the
tutelage of Tom Murphy, new foot-
ball mentor, the Trenton High football
squad won three games and suffered six
losses. Although its record was not im-
pressive, the team, composed largely of
new material, showed great possibilities
for future development.
The schedule for l940-4l was not an
easy one. Commencing the football sea-
son, Trenton High met La Salle High
School in a nocturnal game at Dunn
Field. The Philadelphians, a more ex-
perienced team, pushed over two touch-
downs to Win by l3-0. hiorrisville, the
next opponent, was easily subdued by
the Red and Black Tornadoes. Fumbles
at crucial moments made Allentown a
victor to the tune of l5-6.
A brilliant 70-yard run by Dan De-
Angelo, ace of T. H. S. ball carriers, was
the highlight of a 6-6 standstill with
Camden High. The Tornadoes knew
victory again when they achieved a
clean-cut victory over Woodrow Wilson
High by a score of 12-6.
Front Rare' tleft to riglitj-Edmoiul Vernam, Kenneth Bev
erage, Eugene Solimofla, George Nickles, Frznik Kleinhauf, VVal
ter Lee. kny Valentine 4CCo-Captainjg. Dan D'Angelo, Joe llipp
joe Cfianiliellnczi. Joe ltruscione, .Second Ron'-Maury lome
George Zeznziclc, Joe Peters, Lee Terry, Bill Frantz, Bruce Cub
berly, Bob ,lZ1HliCSOIl, Jim Soloman, Jack Abbotts, Henry Lipinski
Varsity Football Team
The next four games saw the Red and
Black ball carriers on the short end of
the score. In certain instances, however,
if Lady Luck had been kind, losses would
have been converted into victories. New
Brunswick, one of the grid powers of the
state, dealt the red-clad Trentonians a
40-7 defeat. Woodrow VVilson took ad-
vantage of two scoring opportunities to
win l2-0, Collingswood made a gallant
goal line stand to preserve a 7-Z lead,
Atlantic City pushed over the only score
of a hotly-contested game, winning 6-0.
The T. H. S. standard bearers completed
the season by defeating Trenton Cath-
olic 13-0 at the annual Thanksgiving
With the major part of this team re-
turning next year, Coach Tom Murphy
has the nucleus for a squad that will
bring football laurels of the Hrst degree
to Trenton High. To insure such a vic-
torious goal a number of the boys will
devote many hours of their summer va-
cation in practice and study of the game.
Next fall they will be ready for action.
Third Row-'lom Nfurphy Clleud Coaclij, lid lXIurpl1y Cliack ie
Coachj, Frank Piscopo. jack XVeismann. Vince Bartolone, .Ol
llunt, Albert Markowitz, lfrnie Risto, Pat PI'ZlgHOtfZ1. ,loc Plunkett
Alfred Butterer tLine Coaclij. .-ll1.wi1Ict'sfBill Dislirow 1Co-
Captainj, llill Davies.
' l flld
INCE 1930, Coach Dave Weisburg has
rolled up an especially brilliant rec-
ord as mentor of Trenton High's soccer
squad. In this eleven-year period his
teams have played ninety-nine games.
The record shows eighty-seven victories
and four defeats. Eight games were tied.
The soccer season of l94l marked the
first time in eight years that Trenton
High lost a game to the scrappers of
Hamilton. With the exception of this
game, Coach Weisburg would have pro-
duced another undefeated soccer team.
Up until the team sustained this defeat,
Trenton High's soccer record showed a
total of 59 consecutive victories.
Among the honors which were award-
ed to the team were the South jersey
Group Four soccer title by the New Jer-
sey State Interscholastic Athletic Asso-
ciation. All-State honor for skilled play-
ing was given to Ralph Bates. Berths on
the All-City eleven were awarded to Pat
Petrino, Eddie Lada, Fred Zimmer, Bob
Carlton and Ralph Bates.
ln past years a large number of Tren-
ton High soccer players have won na-
tional honors. Some have even been ad-
judged worthy for competition in the in-
ternational Olympics as a result of their
training on the high school team.
The record of the 1940 soccer sched-
ule is as follows: October ll, Northwest
Catholic tPhiladelphiaj, lg Trenton, 2.
October 2l, Rutgers Freshmen, Og Tren-
ton, 6. October 23, Trenton Catholic, Og
Trenton, 3. October 24, Chathma, lg
Trenton, 3. October 29, Hamilton High,
Og Trenton, 2. November 19, Kearny, Og
Trenton, l. November 22, Princeton
Freshmen, O, Trenton, l. November 28,
Hamilton High, 2, Trenton, 0.
. . 1 . V. , A - -
First Rott' tleft to riglitDfl"ranlq Simancik, John Prezinka, Petrino tko-Qaptzunl. Bob Carlton, Tony laxrliclcxrwls. joe tfrocli,
Fred Zimmer. l'iI'1l!lli,R2llllC9, Ralph Bates. TerltlvXYz1i1eI'. Mario lftlwarrl Lncln Clareiict- lid Christian l.XSSlSTlllll t'o:ncI15. all'-
l.onrenti, Sebastian fiiallela. Set-ond No-zvfllavirl XYeisbnrg .rcntccs from flu' f'l,t'f1tl'L'fl'l61JS21l'C tCo-Captninl. I., l'roccano. joe
tkfoaclil, .Xllmert Patty tkssistant Managerd, Newton .Xle tllan- Ceasrio.
agerj, Dan llllgilillltfl, Teddy Novak, Larry tiinmbelluea, Pat
Hi ' " 'inn'
F1'l'.Yf Ro-rt' Cleft to riglitl--Eelviso, Hoffman. Mattlicws, Kay-
lor. Tlioms, Tliiut, Hossniaiiii. Tiiclqcr. Spicer. lielli, llill. Ncwlin
tMzu1agcrQ, .Siwoizil Rota-llogaii, Salvatiiii, Harden, Ogden.
Farrington, Holmes. Thonias. Pippitl, Bingham. Billups, Strick-
land, Kiegel, Campopiaiio. Tliirtl Ron'-Kinney, XYright, Kocku-
HENEVER the expression, Hlworganls
Trenton Boysn is mentioned in
track circles about the State, opponents
of the Red and Black breath silent
prayers of obtaining a victory. Leaving a
trail of enviable records, the Tornadoes
have gained a notable reputation on the
cinders by listing so few defeats.
Last year Peter Morgan produced
the greatest track squad ever to be turned
out at Trenton High. The boys registered
Wins in every meet, brought home the
South Jersey Championship, defeated
VVest Catholic, Philadelphia's National
f'Champs," and finally hung up their
Hspikesn by taking over the State lyleet
at Nlontclair, a feat never before accom-
plished by a South Jersey team.
At the beginning of this year's track
season the Tornadoes' outlook was very
hinslti, Franklin. VVascoe. Brown, Moloney, Pancoast, Ulrich,
Pollock. Fonrtli R010-llolins lfdwards, llonoliue, lirowii, Thiel
NYilson, Murray, De Angelo, Markowitz. Koller, Tern, Fifth Roni
fllews, Gross, South. Stadnyk. Cortina. Westover, Bishop, Yi-
teritto, Huber, Fischer, Bossmaun. Richarilson.
optimistic, since the history of the pre-
vious year promised to repeat itself.
Gaining a decisive victory in a triangular
meet With Camden and Vineland, the
Red and Black proceeded to capture the
George School Invitation Meet for the
fifth time in nine years. There was
'ftough going" all the Way down the
schedule, since the home team had to
face such notables as iWon'tclair, Hun
School, West Catholic of Philadelphia,
VVest Side of Newark and Asbury Park,
all of Whom boasted mighty squads.
Nevertheless, the running of the
varsity-track men justihed all the rose-
colored hopes held for them. In all en-
counters they emerged With added pres-
tige as track men. Next year this squad
holds every promise of bringing cham-
pionship honors to Trenton Central
Girls' Swimming Team
LD Neptune is learning that mer-
maids may vie with men when it
comes to a decision as to who is theruler
in the realm of aquatic sports. Perhaps
no sport has the possibilities as swim-
ming does in providing equal basis for
competition between boys and girls. Rec-
ognizing this fact, Trenton High organ-
ized its first Girls' Swimming Team two
years ago. During its first year of exist-
ence the team won three out of five meets.
This year the aquabelles sported quite
an impressive record. They garnered
three victories in four meets and entered
some of the stellar swimmers in the
Times A. A. Meet.
The records of the meets for the past
year are as follows: Asbury Park, l7g
Trenton, 38. Bucknell Junior College,
l5, Trenton, l5. Penn Hall, 36, Trenton,
30. Abington, 27, Trenton, 36. The mer-
maids were captained this year by lNlalla
Brooks, who was assisted by jean Dowl-
If1'r.rt Row tleft to rightj-Peggy Toth, Audrey Fell, Ruth
Critchlow, Nancy Prenflergast, Malla Brooks, Jean Dowling.
Gertrude James, "Red" Tilton. Second Ratt'-Mrs. Ami Grif-
ing, a competent, helpful co-captain.
In addition to competitive meets, the
Girls' Swimming Team participated in
an aquacade at junior Number Two.
Their exhibitions consisted of rhythmic
formations and drill swimmings For the
future, the team is planning an elaborate
water carnival to be held at T. H. S.
The team was coached this year by
Mrs. Anne Griffiths and Alfred Neu-
schaefer, instructors' in the physical edu-
With the advent of the third year, the
girls' swimming team looks toward the
future with enthusiasm. In its brief life-
span, this team has won no mean honors,
and it is more than eager to show its
worth as a part of the athletic program
of Trenton High. Each year this activity
attracts more aspirants, and conse-
quently, there is a greater degree of se-
lectivity and better championship ma-
fiths, lllary Goodrich, Clara lNlil11clii, Eldretla Marten, Carol
lllohr, Virginia Shaw.
Nucleus of Girls' Team
JEAN DOWLING, MALLA BROOKS and
GERTRUDE JAMES, ace performers all, poise
for a start in the picture above. These three stel-
lar swimmers did much to make the Trenton High
girls' swimming team a formidable organization
Above, right, is RUTH CRITCHLOW, who
capably assumed the major part of the diving
assignments all season. She is pictured just before
taking off for a swan dive.
Az the right, NANCY PRENDERGAST con-
gratulates VIRGINIA SI-IAVV on a breaststrokc
victory, as CLARA MILACKI looks on. In the
breaststroke evenis these girls made a worthy and
Varsity Coach AL NEUSCI-IAEFER imparts
some expert advice to one of his prize female
proteges. Mrs. Anne Grifiiths coached the team,
and Coach Neuschaefer offered his experienced
guidance on many occasions. Consequently, this
embryonic team had sufficient and competent di-
4 First Rmb tleft to riglitilfllfii'-iorie Kelty. Fay Brisco, Emma Navarro CLieutenaiit, Second Sqtiaclj, Gloria Soriero,
ICT' Tlli ZIITICS. OV I OV Y, ' 017311 C THC C ', 'll' Illliil.
Y g L
ftlel Rffle ll clllly
Cooper. Scraiiii Rau'-Frank Dropla, Blary R. Nap ou,
VITHUUT the cheer leaders, a picture
of Trenton High's athletic activi-
ties Would be incomplete .This lively
group of rooters has established a feeling
of good-will and fellowship even at the
most competitive frays. Garbed in red
and black, the school colors, they have
cheered their Way into the hearts of all
Trenton sport fans.
Not only have they been especially suc-
cessful in a vocal Way, but they have mer-
ited through their animated and precise
military marching the sincere admira-
tion of all. The success of their cheers
and their leadership have been due to
their faithful practice and attendance at
weekly meetings. Under the guiding
'atherine Telfer, joseph Dutko.
hand of Miss Margaret Smock, the corps
has composed numerous cheers which
have met with immediate acceptance by
In addition to their heavy responsibili-
ties this organization has undertaken the
sale of trophies and other mementos at
The cheerleaders of l94l-l will be re-
membered as a group which participated
in one of the most spectacular demonstra-
tions on our football field. At the initial
game as sky rockets glared, the entire
corps marched in full regalia across the
Held and led the spectators in the singing
of the national anthem while a flag com-
posed of fireworks sparkled in the sky.
AVING been victorious in the Hrst
three games of a twenty-game
schedule, the Trenton High baseball
nine bids fair to recapture the Big Six
championship which was won by lasr
years team. Tom Murphy, new head
coach, has the entire infield of last year,
which includes Joe Plunkett, All-State
irst baseman, smooth Helder Nick
Regan, at the keysione sack, dependable
Pat Petrino, at the hot corner, and Cap-
tain Joe Giambelluca, at shortstop. The
backstopping department is ably Hlled
by Frank Piscopo, Trenton High's lead-
ing hitter of last year, and Eddie Wilson,
veteran second stringer. The pitching
staff, headed by Tony Ricatto, fastball
pitcher, and supported by Tom Kren-
chicki, Bob Carlton and John Perry,
I"1'r.rf Ruiz' tlcft to 1'igl1t7fl,, ,XverSano. Pat Petrino fgrml
basej, Joe Plunkett fist basej. Larry Giambelluea Coutfieltll, Joe
Ciamhelluca Csliort stopj, lizlnny Sisti fpitcherj, joe Ccsario
Coutlielflb, Ralpt Hates Coutlielflj. Sccolzd Ron'-.Xl VVeiSs fMan-
agerk, lid NYil5o11, Bob XYilliams, Tony Ricatto, John Perry, Ed
seems certain to rank with the best in the
Big Six. The outfield posts remain at
present the only problem because of the
departure of all of last year's varsity
stars. At this time, however, Ralph
Bates, Joe Cesario and Bob Carlton seem
to be the best candidates for these po-
sitions. Leading the reserves are Sam
Alphonse and Larry Giambelluca.
ln the season's opener, the Reds
emerged victorious by defeating a
scrappy Carteret nine, 8-l, at Carteret.
Behind the excellent four-hit pitching of
Tony Ricatto, the T. H. S. batsmen de-
feated B. M. I. in a loosely played game,
ll-8. By virture of Bob Carlton's home
run with two men on the base-paths, the
Reds took their third in a row, 5-4, over
the Princeton Junior Varsity.
Svlvester, Nick Regan. Frank Piscopo, Bob Bullock Cllanagerb,
Tfll'7'lI' Rott'-Kalish tAssistant Nlanagerj, Tom Murphy. tCoaChj,
VValsli, Carleton, Howard Wlierleiiliofer, Rerlnor, Krosnick tMan-
PRING fever is not the most prevalent
sign of spring at Trenton High, it's
the sound of the tennis racquet as the
Girls' Tennis Team begins its season of
practicing. Nleeting daily after school
hours, the team was drilled on correct
placement and form by Coach Eleanor
J. Keating, instructor in the physical
education department. Believing that all
applicants were varsity material, Miss
Keating found it necessary to conduct an
intra-team ladder tournament until the
best players were revealed. These girls
were then selected to form the varsity.
Tennis as a girl's sport made its first
appearance in Trenton High in l939. At
that time Laura VVolf, a city champion
in the junior division, captained the
team. Because the activity proved to be
successful and popular, it has been con-
tinued by the physical education depart-
ment as a regular activity.
firv rm' e' o rifi f- cnc at K ai' inte . Mar ar 'Fen-
1.fR.tl1t1 1,1138 it Itlll get
nant. lloris Lantz tfaptainl, Jeanne Vl'atts tkssistzint Captainj
Nlzillzi Brooks, Uot llcngli, hlolre Cook, Carol Miller. Secgfzitf Ratt
Last year's season Was a short one, with
three matches on the team's schedule.
The Hnal tallying of these tilts showed
one vvin, one loss, and one postponement.
Because of Weather conditions no other
matches were arranged.
The team of l94l, led by Doris Lantz,
captain, ended the season victoriously.
Especially brilliant playing enabled the
team to out-volley the Princeton team
With an easy score in the first encounter.
At the end ofthe season the Girls' Ten-
nis Team had a brilliant record. The
Hnal scores were especially signiicant.
Doris Lantz flashed a score of 6-Z, 6-33
Ruth CritchloW's score was 6-3, 6-43
Margaret Tennant's Hnal tally was l-6,
l-6g Jean VVatts, 6-O, 6-l.
The two doubles matches, later in the
season, were won by the Princeton Girls,
Tennis Team after many hard-fought
volleys on the part of the Trenton High
Fllzl Riegel. Marianne Macllvaine, Carol Fultl.
Tlinth Lritchlow, Lorkv Sweeney. Lee llelen llrcetlen, .Xniie
4-Shel, Carol Mohr, Virginia Henney, Betty Loeltey. jean Taylor,
1' appeared at first that graduation had
deprived the Trenton High tennis
team of its most valuable players last
June. With misgivings, the current ten-
nis team began its season, but it was not
very long before such dependable var-
sity men as Paul Napolitano, Don Tome,
jack Irwin, John Morrison, Adrian
lyloore, Jim Egan and Ed Richardson
alleviated Coach Forer's pains by Hash-
ing through with stirring triumphs. The
racqueteers continued to play another
year of excellent tennis by leaving behind
them, in defeat, several highly-rated
teams. The team Hnished its season with
a won-and-lost percentage of which
Trenton High can be well proud. Among
the teams that fell before the whip-like
serves and volleys of the Trenton High
School team are Asbury Park, Trenton
Catholic and the Bordentown Military
First Row Cleft to rightj-Sylvan Raphael, Harry thin,
Franklyn Spiezle, Joe Delate, Malilon Read, Paul Napolitano,
"Ace" Moore, Ed Richardson, Jim Egan. Second Row-K. Mur-
phy, Iule Di Louie, Harrison Termey CManagerJ, Raymond De
Vito Cllaxiagerj, Dan Carroll, Donald Tome, Bill VVolfe, Mat
Academy tennis squads, respectively.
Not limiting their competition to in-
terscholastic matches, Trenton High was
ably represented by several varsity men,
Paul Napolitano, Don Tome, Adrian
Moore and Joe Delate, who were entered
in the Princeton Interskcholastic hleet.
Throughout the winter months the Red
and Black tennis team met top-ranking
interscholastic opponents before large
crowds in both New York and Phila-
The highest honor should be placed on
every member of this year's varsity ten-
nis team for his excellent showmanship
and keen exhibition on the courts.
The tennis schedule for l94l included
Lawrenceville, Asbury Park, Trenton
Catholic, Upper Darby, B. M. I., Mor-
ristown, Trenton Catholic, New Bruns-
wick, Camden and Perth Amboy.
Schon, Ii. Forer CCoachJ Morton Nusblatt. Third Row-William
Short CManagerJ, Edward Benjamin, Boris Semaska, Lamson
Henry, Stan Simon, George Napolitano. Absvntees-Jack Mor-
rison, Frank Litty.
J. V. Basketball
First Row Cleft to rightJ4,Toe Giambelluca, George VVhite,
Joe Plunkett, William Baxter, Bill Costigan, V. Frescella, G. Was-
ko, D. Nugent. Second Row-Dominick Mattincci, Samuel Etz,
Hail to the Junior Varsityls basketball team.
This year's array of players turned in one of the
finest records a second team has produced in many
years. Trenton sport fans were thrilled by their
successful ball passing at the preliminary games
preceding each main event during the basketball
With a nucleus of four-letter men Coach Pete
Morgan organized a fieet-footed cross country team
this year. The record of the team attests to its
power. Sweeping away opposition with brutal pace
and powerhouse finish, they did not meet defeat un-
til they encountered the Kearney track men who won
First Row Cleft to rightl-Irving Nolan, Don Tome, Ed
Czartorski, Dan Petreeca, Edward Birt, Harold Donohue. Don
'Fhoms CCaptainJ, Benny Salvating, Harold Logan, Julius Davis,
Thomas Kinney, George Maloneyl Second R0w4Pete Morgan
Carl Light, Martin Isaacson, Leon VVarach, Bill Liggett, Lou
Norato, Al Weiss.
season of school year l940-l94l.
According to Bill Baxter, J. V. mentor, next
yearls varsity should be greatly aided by a host
of promising reserve material which he guided this
year. Under Coach Baxter's tutelage a number of
potential varsity men were brought to the fore.
by one point. Later in the season the T. H. S. boys
bowed to a powerful Peddie team.
At the time Coach Morgan came to Trenton High
the cross country team ran seventh in the state meet.
One year later they captured fourth place and this
year in face of stiff opposition, second place.
CCoachj, Lew Hardin, Billy Edwards, David Horner, Ferdinand
Fisher, Albert Smith, John Spranga, Bill Hogan, Ferdinand
VVascoe, Jack Brown, Albert Koller, George Franklyn, James
Brown, Richard Rutlcowslii.
First Ron' Cleft to rightj-Clarence Morris, Joseph Genovario.
Stutzer, Sam Gurney, Melvyn Rosenberg Cxlanagerj, A. lf.
Clemens, Russel Humphrey, VVilliam Mulholland, Raymond Holm-
son, Clarence Mullen. Serond Row-John Pecci, Allan Cross.
Trenton High's wrestling team hit a new peak of
activity this year. Under the tutelage of Pat Clem-
ens, the embryonic bone crushers and the more ex-
perienced grapplers were given a rigid training pe-
riod and were instructed about many of the scien-
tific aspects of the sport.
According to Coach Clemens the 'ifat weights"
If any sophomore boy has the inclination or abil-
ity to play football, he will find an opportunity to
do so early in his school career at Trenton High.
Under the coaching of Pat Clemens, sophomores
undergo intensive training and instruction in the
playing of the game.
In this manner Trenton High is not only able
Alphonse, Aiello, Black, Buckley, Cooney, Courtney, Eldridge,
Farrell, Grogan, Jones, Kent, Lord, Mershron. Mills, Morris,
Jewitt, Moskowitz, Ottohre, Rupell, Short, Simon, Stutzer,
Vaughn, XValters. Sowa, Potkay, Shack, Folwell, Botos, Clark,
.Xlex Zabronak, Joe D'Annunzio Cllanagerl, George Hooper,
Mitchell Carter, Eugene Szeker, George Nickles, Thomas Coeeia.
Tliird Row-Julius Nemetli, Sam B, Cortina, Bill Frantz, Al
Markowitz, Pat VVliyte, Bob Jamieson.
competed against many of the nearby high schools,
including Peddie, Somerville, and Admiral Farra-
gut. ln all, the wrestling teams of seven high schools
were on the Trenton High School schedule for 1941.
All meets had not been held as the Bobashela went
to press. Pat Clemens has even greater hopes for his
l942 team since many veterans will be back again.
to uncover much new and latent ability for the
varsity but also to provide its sophomore boys with
a real athletic program at the beginning of high
school life. This year the team had unusually diffi-
cult program but the team made an excellent show-
ing with several promising players. Tom Murphy
always Watches this squad for varsity material.
De Angelis, Domboski, Fabrizio. Hayling, Moorhand, Nelson,
Pecci, Pownall, Rossi, Rosen, Yaliarnik, Costello, McChesney,
Iiurkins, Stokes. Gromes, Gross, Iluiltly.
When Good Fellows Get Together
B0'lU!l.7ig in a Social Club
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Jefwelry Makz'ng in a Craft Club
F orum Club
First Row fleft to rightj-Mather, Cook QVice-Presiclentj
Virgin fSecretz1ryj, Ale fPresiflentj, Kleinfelter CSponsorD, Crifl
fiths fPresidentD E an QTr r rj Bl lt S M -
, g easu e , ac 'man f ecretaryj, or
rison, Green. Sccmzd Row-Craig, D'Annunzio, Light, Thompson
Friedmarm, Gans, Tome, Haigh, Szczepkowski, Crockett, Palermo
Hafitz, Micklewright. Third Row-Ryan, Nickles, Giambelluca
Mislan, Michael, Viteritto, Taylor, Lupariello. Short, Garrity.
Fourtlz Row-Cella, Rogers, Petito, Hirsch, Belli, Royer. Fifth
Row-Moore, Ludecke, Case, Peacock, Matthews, Irwin, Bullock,
Urken, Etz, Dudley. Sixth Row-Rice, Ballantine, Sutnick,
O'Sliea, West, Morris. Absentee-Mele.
IRILE manhood possessing the attributes of civic consciousness and broad learn-
ing is the worthy goal of the members of the Forum Club. Under the veteran
guidance of Claude B. Kleinfelter, instructor of history, I. Howell Kane and Ern-
est Raetzer, honorary faculty advisers, the boys of Forum Club have enjoyed an-
other profitable year. Especially successful were the Father and Son banquet held
at Fisherls Tea Room in February, and the formal reunion held at the Country
Club in June.
In addition to its active social program, the Forum
Club has conducted many educational activities per-
taining to politics and government. Having an alum-
nus as a member of the New Jersey Legislature, the
club was able to have realistic direction in conducting
a model congress. Officers of the club presided over
the sessions in which a bill was proposed and enacted
into a law. Many of the boys also traveled to Temple
University to witness an inaugural program which was
a replica of the proceedings held at Washington, D. C.
Throughout the school year the club sponsored sev-
eral public-speaking programs. The best speakers were
entered in the state-wide American Legion contest.
In retrospect the name Forum has had associated
with it many happy and outstanding memories. In
looking forward to the future, the club promises
greater achievement as its members reach the goal set
Forum Develops Statesmen
For Our Democracy
First Row tleft to rightj-Hunt, Falk, Maruska. VVatts tSec- Jenue, Schlicker. Third Rott'-Farrell, Smith, NVhite. Houeycutt
retaryj, Fish CPresiclent5, Miss Meagher, Brooks fVice-Presidentb, Jr., Roppclt, Richardson, VYarner, Roumauis, Hughes. Fourth
Montooth QT:-easurerj, Hornyak,Rocl1fortl. Second Roz:--Hirsch, Row-Carroll, Kroeseu, llornyak. J. Purcell, M. Purcell, Tome,
I. Smith, K. Smith, Lantz, Sweeney, Tilton, Hough, Fish, Schnell, Roumanis, White.
UNE, 1941, finds the Clionian Society completing its twenty-fourth year of ser-
vice. Under the able direction of Miss Mary E. Meagher, vocational guidance
instructor, the society holds an enviable position in the extra-curricular program
of Trenton High School.
When the Junior Historical Society Was organized in 1934, the Clionian So-
ciety, which up to that time had been a history club, felt that there was consider-
able overlapping of interests. Since many of its mem-
bers also claimed membership in the Historical So-
ciety, it became necessary for the Clionian Society to
have a new purpose, that of studying problems of cur-
rent interest. With this purpose as a goal, the society
has functioned effectively ever since.
Membership in the Clionian Society is limited to
fifty students, twenty-five of which are boys and an
equal number, girls.
Diversified social events, as Well as club discussions,
aided Clionian members in developing poise. The so-
cial calendar included a picnic at Sullivanls Grove, a
Hallowelen social in the Community Room, a rollick-
ing roller-skating party held at Skateland, a Christmas
formal at the Trenton Country Club, a spring dance
at the Crescent Temple, and the unforgettable glorious
all-day picnic at Seaside Heights.
Officers of the club Were Kenneth Fish, president,
Malla Brooks, vice-president, Jeanne Watts, secre-
tary, and Mary Montooth, treasurer. 1
Clionians Keep Ahead
Of Tomorrow's Headlines
Drama and Radio Club
Firsl Row tleft to rightj-Dowdell, Wilson. Mueller CSecre-
taryj, Krasne fVice'PresidentJ, Hirsch CPresidentJ, Dillon Cspon'
sorj, Harris ftreasurerj, Zweig, Bogage, Roslanski. Second Row
iSherman, Piggin, Hayes, Conover, Navarro, Di Pastina, Aranoff,
Meltzer. Rednor, Kramer, Andrew, Kessler. Third Row-Gram
niss, Bear, Benner, Martin, Seitz, Hart, Critchlow, Hancock,
Bulitt, Yuhase, Byrnes. Fourth Row-Mandl, McPherson, Ston-
aker, Rosenfeld, Rosenthal, Hance, Van Luppen. Green, Grad.
Fifth Row-Bogad, Bobik, La Franco, Segal, Dudley, Rosenberg,
Tashlik, Urich. Row Six-Walter, Mosovich, McCay, Kenneth
Fish, Newcombe, Levine.
EAR YE! Hear ye! All Thespians, both affirmed and aspiring. Be it here con-
firmed that the members of the Drama and Radio Club are the most energetic
group of actors and actresses ever to trip daintily across a stage, to bite their finger
nails nervously in the wings while waiting for a cue, to ad lib equally as well be-
fore a "mike" or an audience: Uto-to-to be or not to be." How did Shakespeare
creep in? He made his auspicious entrance oia the local air-lanes, ably and mag-
nihcently accompanied by several of this groupls most
I Wanted to Act
On Stage and Radio
talented members. Romeo ana' Juliet and Macbeth are
only two of the numerous offerings given over the
A stupendous review, composed of Uluscious danc-
ing girls," and frolicking funmakers, was one of the
club's projects. A trip to 'tArsenic and Old Lacef' a
play current on the New York stage, was the high point
of the year's activities, when, on April 30, the club took
its excursion to New York.
This organization, which is considered as a minor
club, may, in the very near future, on account of its
rapid development, become one of the most important
and active clubs in the school.
The oH'icers include Bill Hirsch, president, Alvin
Krasne, vice-president, Charlotte Mueller, secretary,
and Eleanore Harris, treasurer. With these officers the
club completed a profitable year.
, 6 C ational Honor Society
First Rott'-Cleft to rightj-Fuld, Lewis, Lockey, Hurd, XVas-
coe, Gordon, Spinelli, Allen, J. B. Honeycutt CSponsorj, Mar-
ucci, Honeycutt, Ale, Hornyak, White. Second Row-Soyko
Naples, Cooney, Saidt, Chianese, Davis, Olmstead, Meltzeri
Rosenfeld, Van Lupen, Alexander, Cranmer, Cook, James, Alby
Di Prima. Third Row-Katin, Egan, Morrison, Deodata, Raph
ael, Crockett. Harrison, VVeis, Coleman, Warren, Elias, Camo,
Reese, Nix. Fourth Row-Cohen, Urken. Mather, Ryan, Hirsch
Aaronson, Lavine, Benjamin, Haigh, Short, Andrews, Brandt?
Vine, Carroll, Bossman, White. Fifth Row-Bobik, Shipper,
Etz, West, Kearns, Cook, Fish, Semasko, Sawchak, Lister, Com-
popiano, Kalish, Greenberg.
N 1926, the National Council of Secondary School Principals granted charter 523
to the National Honor Society. Since that time over eight hundred brilliant
young men and women of Trenton High. School have been elected to membership
by the faculty committee.
Membership in the National Honor Society is the highest attainment that a
pupil can obtain during his high school life. The gold key, emblematic of mem-
bership, designates its wearer as a person who has char-
acter, ability, and leadership happily blended.
A special committee, consisting of Miss Sarah
"Honor to Whom
Honor Is Due"
Christie and Miss Addie Weber, J. Whitney Colliton,
john F. Kelsey, James G. Manzer, Leroy Smith, and
Julian B. Honeycutt, chairman, receives nominations
from the faculty and, after examining the record of
extra-curricular activities of the nominees, elect new
members in a special program before the student body.
Programs and socials are held during school hours
and in the evenings. hlembers of the group have ap-
peared in the high schools of Princeton, Perth Am-
boy, Bordentown, Moorestown and Morrisville to en-
courage the organizing of chapters. During the last
three years a state convention has been conducted in
Trenton High School, at which time large delegations
discussed the work of Honor Societies. Plans were for-
mulated for organizing a State Association of National
First Row Cleft to rightb-Cook, Sherman, Calhoun, Harker,
Corti, Kneeshaw, Davis, J. P. Russell CSponsnrj, Willey, Bow-
den, Glennon, Finton, Anselmi, Petrino, Shoff. Second Row-
Granniss, Rednor, Mahey, Burla, Melieever, VVilson, DePaolo,
MacCoil, Mercurio, Kondor, Alby, Vanderpool, Hancock, Halko,
Rickenholf, Kutz. Third Rowe-Parham. Cappaccio, DiBa1si Tu-
VanLu1mpen, llflrazik, Valentine. Smirer, Phillips, Wolff, Law-
rence, Cumpston. Arcarese, Butler, O'Neill, Kanicki, Fifth Row
-Hillman. O'Brien, Logan, Manolakis, Apostoleres, Bolognese,
Gilleo, Roth, Rosenfeld, Sipos, Lockett. Sixth Row-Murphy,
Sinclair, Kennedy, Mendrey, Hartman, VanHorn, Brinkuhoff,
Sedoruk, lVIcGuckin. Smfenth Row-Hagerman, Compte, Lvdon,
1'3I10,. Zwieg, Blaifley WYCl10ff, Foster, Henderson, Morris, Mur- Runowicz. Pieehota, Holtzberg, Lisiecki, Mendrey. Mcfray, Cram-
h K 'l S l r M' nk Y las Sdith Coleman. Fourth mer, Dowdell, NVeber.
p y, eevi, ante s, isa o, ui e, ,
Row--Schmelz, Doscher, D1 Franco, LaBella, Rodgers, Sandow,
NE of the underlying philosophies of the Girls' Chorus is to give a greater num-
ber of girls a liner appreciation of music. Under the sponsorship of J. Parker
Russell, music mentor, meetings are held three times a Week in preparation for vari-
Since the chorus is a musical organization, the chief qualifications for member-
ship is the desire to sing and some musical ability. Upon being admitted to the
choral group, the girls are tested for quality of voice
and placed in the proper division of first or second so-
prano, or first or second alto.
Two Sunday afternoon programs were presented to
the public during the past year. Before the Christmas
holidays an impressive program of carols was rendered
to the student body. Many members of the chorus also
played prominent parts in the operetta, HThe Choco-
late Soldier." The group has also gained recognition
throughout the city for its ability in its numerous per-
formances before different civic groups. The chorus and
soloists have also sung at meetings of the Rotary, the
Kiwanis, and the Lions Clubs.
The program of the past year was directed by the fol-
lowing student leaders: president, Peggy Willey, and
secretary, Rose Yuhase.
At the end of the year the club was called upon to
present a program of music at the baccalaureate.
There's a Song in Their
Firrzf Row Cleft 'to rightj-Pautou, Constantini, Volpe. Kon-
tlor, Bowden. Silcox Csecrctaryb, Pinto tTreaSurerJ, Bliss Bray
mer lSpousorj, Giambelluca tPresizlentJ, Haney tVice-President?
D'.NV't -ff' B'brHkd,S JR'
, avis, a son., ,lc eries, ai ou , avv yar econ ou-
llomasulo, Galicki. Potapa, Sloves, Gagliardi, Reed, Burroughs,
Russo, Azzinaro, Machida. Piccola. Huff, Clark, Agabiti, Napo
leon, Sisti, Rinkus. Third Rou'fVVojcik, Mazuch. Wolff, Lucas
Marchetti, Hehn, lmbalzamo, Coopt, Cairo, Tonti, De Forte
Manzor. Fourth Rowilfritz, Behrmann, Yuhasz, Jacobs, Man
cino, Trimmer, Vllalton, Vlfortllington, VValker, Huart, Craft, Ko-
vacs, Driugus, Carmagna, Gorrasi. Andrew. Fifilz Row4Fesk0,
Bates, Adamczyk. Sowa, Stefanowicz, Tarnoske, Bender, Danese,
Leonard, Fenzl, Dymowski, Masine. .S'i.rl1t RawfZickwolf, Falk,
Brady, Dumont, Bowers, Dembek, Close, Bralynski, Wiedmanri,
Elias, Moriconi. Sezientlz Raw-Mayer, Schuster, Berman, Buo-
nanni, Laureti, Feiler, Feiler, Novak, Scerba, Chianese, Seavey,
Zarlinga, Frey. Eighth Row-Colacelli, Compagnucci, Jackson,
Onofri, Markowitz, Brook, Barclay, Sutterling, Pippitt, Agabiti.
LTHOUGH America has been explored and settled, there is still a great deal to
be learned about the Hhome of the bravefl
In order to help students to experience the thrill of rediscovering the United
States, the Americana Club was organized by Miss Clara Braymer, instructor of
history. The guiding purpose of the Americana Club is to help the seniors to learn
as much as possible about our nation.
This club is open to all seniors and the member-
ship is unlimited. Between one hundred to one hun-
dred twenty-tive pupils have applied for membership
since the beginning of the club season. For the beneht
of the seniors who had already joined a major club,
the Americana Club has been kept as a minor group.
Frequently during Weekly meetings, club members en-
tertain each other with pre-arranged programs dealing
with American customs.
This year's outstanding project Was an exhibit on
political parties. In producing this project, the 1940
presidential election was the motivating force. De-
spite the fact that Washingtonls birthday Was in Feb-
ruary, a program and a tea in his honor were under-
taken in March. During the school year the Ameri-
cana Club members visited sections of the community
which illustrated problems of American life.
Young Americans Discover
America of Today
l First Rom' flegt to rightj-Homa jr., Purcell, Blackwell, Nio- Tliira' RI7Tl'4,1lU1'llSl'. Urban, Carter, Semasko, Tliortou tVicm.
tas. j. P. Russell Cslmonsorj, Payne, Virgin. Iapsou. Second Row Presidentj, Preznansky.
-Lynch, Kubiak, Mosovich, Eutwisle, Millner. Green, Oliver.
TARTING with the presentation of songs ranging from an amusing arrangement
of Beethoven's To Maetze! to The Lordiv Prayer, and climaxed by laudable
participation in our operetta, The Chocolate Soldier, the program of the Boys'
Glee Club has not only been varied and unusual, but also extremely serviceable.
This musical group of males has not kept its activities solely on a stag basis, but has
given programs in conjunction with the Girls' Glee Club and the orchestra. These
programs have instilled greater interest in fine music
on the part of the student body.
"They Aff? fhe Makers Under the instruction of J. Parker Russell, music
of Music-U instructor, the club meets during the third period on
Tuesday and Thursday, and jointly with the Girls'
Glee Club on Friday. At these sessions voices are tested
and assignments are made according to types of voices.
After periods of careful practice, the club annually
presents its talents at a Sunday program in December.
Closely affiliated with the Boys' Glee Club is a quar-
tet vvhich has been favorably accepted by the school
for their excellent rendition of four-part harmony in
a variety of songs. With Samuel Kirkham as Hrst tenor,
Harry Thornton as second tenor, Dave Urban as first
bass, and Boris Semasko as second bass, the quartet has
participated in many of the Glee Club programs.
The school year of 1940-4l will be remembered for
the musical achievement of this group. They gave us
the joy of a Substantial esprit de corps.
First Row fleft to rightj-Evaul. Fuld, Lockey CSecretarYl, Citron, Garb. Third Row-Bexgsjamin, Walton, Corn, Taylor,
Gordon fPresidentJ, J. W. Colliton CS onsorj, Hurd CVice-Presi- Green, James, Miller, Coleman. mirth Row-Klein, Brian, Peter'
rlentb. Malmud Vllreasurerj, Kolsky, green. Second Row-Hem son, Kain, Egan, Harvey, C. Young, Wilson.
ney, VVeis, Alexander, Levenstein, Cammerzell, Stonaker, Mark,
LAIMING the distinction of being the first major club of the school, the Pytha-
gorean Society is also one of the most active and popular. Organized twenty7
six years ago by J. Whitney Colliton, head of the mathematics department, the so-
ciety iirmly believes, after putting it to various tests, that figures never lie.
Students interested in mathematics are eager to join the Pythagorean Society,
whose sole purpose is to conduct a thorough study of mathematical operations and
trick problems. Members of the Pythag possess a sin-
cere appreciation of the mathematical science, and Figufw Never Lie
Pythagorean meetings give them a chance to exercise -0' Almost Neve'
their surplus energy in this fascinating subject.
The month of May found club members busy con-
ducting the contest for the Sidney Goldmann prize.
The contest consisted of an examination composed of
all types of mathematical problems. The winner of the
contest was awarded Hve dollars and an inscribed
medal donated by Mr. Goldmann, a former member
of the society. Success in college mathematics is per-
haps the greatest award each club member receives.
Official reports show that members of this club invari-
ably do honor work in higher mathematics. S
The society held outside meetings every month at
the homes of its members. These meetings were de-
voted to mathematical programs of problems, talks,
and speakers. l
Costume Club b
Firxi Row Cleft to rightl-McKeen CVice-Presidentb, Reeder Housky, Hose, Icker, Harrison, Clapperton. Third Row-Zenzer,
CSecretaryj, Duritt CPresidentJ, Miss Hanna Foster fSponsorJ, Farrar, Gilleo, Kateusz, Mellor, Kondor.
Dolton fTreasurerJ, Foy, VVheeler. Second Row-Helton, Kerr,
ASHION is dehnitely not spinach to the chic, young ladies of the Costume Club.
Under the skillful hand of Miss Hannah L. Foster, this club has been wield-
ing a potent influence in all school affairs where the need of costumes and other
appropriate clothing plays a paramount part. Established in 1934, the club has
consistently followed its avowed aim of creating an interest in costuming for the-
atrical productions and in designing for fashion shows.
To fulfill this aim the club holds an annual fashion
Whf' Said: "Fa-'hi0'1 show in the auditorium. Not only the feminine sector
Is Spinach?" of the student body looks forward to this affair but also
a large number of the boys. The best-looking creations
made in the sewing classes during the school year are
modeled at this exhibition The sewing teachers who
make this possibl.e are Misses Viola Moss, Hannah
Foster and Clara Ellsworth. Miss Margaret F. Smock,
gymnasium instructor, coaches the girls -in posture and
carriage for the show.
Among its varied activities the members of the Cos-
tume Club make costumes for two school productionsg
namely, the senior play and the operetta. They also
help with costumes and gowns for other school affairs.
Under the leadership of an efficient corps of work-
ers many interesting meetings were held. One group
of meetings was devoted to the study of colors and the
part they play in the style of clothes.
Chess and Checker Club
First Row fleft to rightj-Radnor, Molnar, Kalish CTreas- key. Second Row-Fried, Cammerzell, VVhite, Green, Levenson,
urerj, Ryan QPresidentj, Albert C.Wenze1 CSponsorJ, VVeis Spiezle, DiFilippo, Katin, Dowdell, Romeo. Third Row-Citron,
CSecretaryJ, Andrews QVice-Presidentj, Malmud, Hornyak, Las- Lavine, Urken, Epstein, Fish, Virgin, Weinstein, Sherman.
NYONE walking in the direction of Albert C. YVenzel's homeroom on a Tues-
day after the regular hours would probably see a group of club members sit-
ting at their places, studiously bent over checker boards. Nine years ago, under
the leadership of J. Whitney Colliton of the mathematics department, the Chess
and Checker Club was organized. A year later the club was under the guiding
hand of Albert C. Wenzel of the mathematics department. It has become one of the
leading clubs of the school since the time of its organi-
Zatignl Ifs "Chess" all
At the beginning of the year the members who Checke' Board
knew how to play gave instructions to those members
who had not previously learned the game. In addition
to this instruction, the inexperienced club members re-
ceived added instruction from their sponsor, who
taught them how to improve their plays.
Annually the club sponsors a chess and checker
contest for the members of the group. In addition,
there is an inter-school tournament The Winners are
determined by the process of elimination. .
This year. theclub has been fortunate in having
another interested group with whom to compete.
The ofiicers of the club are as follows: Sensor
Ryan, president, Paul Andrews, vice-president, Clara
Weis, secretary, and Leonard Kalish, treasurer. The
club has thirty-two members.
Junior Red Cross
First Rott' Cleft to riglitJiVVilson. Nix, Martinclell. Fulcl,
Cooncy, Hurd fPresiclentJ. Miss Atkinson CSponsorJ, Hornyak
CVice-Presidentb, Page CSecretaryj, Lockey QTreasurerD, Cole-
man, Cook, Chianese. Second Razz'-Brooks, Gross, Kennedy,
Burtis. Conover, Fuld, Green. Green. Kolsky, Leslie, Ritchie.
hlillner, Gerslienfeld. Third Rozcighlatera, Fried, Biiller, Van-
derpool. Lebair, Corn, Lantz. Levenstein, Brady, Macllvaine,
Alexander. Stonaker. Fonrili Ron--Cammerzell, Cook. Hilli-
gass, Prassas, Rogers, Jackson, Zickwolf, Lncidi, VVeis, VVool-
ston. VVilley. Fifth Row-Reikosky. Evaul, llenuey, Taylor,
Matliewsnn. Dodds, Tilton, VVatts, Conover.
LVVAYSwSC1'Ving the poor, distressed, and helpless, the Junior Red Cross Club,
sponsored by Miss Edith M. Atkinson, teacher of social studies, gives a
graphic example of the benevolent fellowship which is so sorely needed in the
World today. This group of public-spirited young ladies renders valuable services
to both the school and the community. During times of catastrophes, such as
floods and earthquakes, this club assumes active leadership in soliciting funds to
be sent to the distressed areas. The members also assist
in the annual Red Cross drive for funds by canvassing
every homeroom in the school.
The weekly meetings of this club are devoted to
activites which seek to relieve suffering of less fortu-
nate human beings. A visitor to any of the Weekly ses-
sions would find the girls knitting various articles of
clothing for the destitute both abroad and in our own
Chapters all over the country send representatives
each year to the National Red Cross convention at
Washington, D. C. The Trenton High School chapter
gave definite manifestation of its interest in the Work
of the Red Cross by sending representatives to partici-
pate in the meetings at the convention.
Qiiicers of the club include Kitty Hurd, president,
Annette Hornyak, vice-president, Jane Page, secre-
tary, Betty Lockey, treasurer.
Generous Damsels Help
Those in Distress
First Ro-zz' tleft to right?-Di Prima. Iaconv, Schuly, Manze
tSeCreta1'yJ, Davis CPresidentj, Mrs. Cougle fSllOHS0l'D. Engler,
Connelly, hlaxwell. Palazza. Santana' Row-Hejna., Kateusz, Fut-
per. Dayton. Barber, Mann, Hrailove, Goodman, Mobile, MC-
Nicliol. Tl:-frd Ratt'-Kersey, Di Martino, Milinowich. Breimayer.
Alby, Camo, Scott, Icker, Harrison. Faurflz Rotiifhloore, Light-
ner, Agostinelli. Suveg, XYilliamson, Angelini. Ciccarella. Ran-
dall, Domhrowski, Lawrence. Fifth Iiaiutfiiliaty, Gage, Di Pietro,
Fried, Steiner, Allen. Chamberlain, Plxilhower, Pullen. Sixth.
Ra1uiKelley. Frie. Sutherland, Lavinthal, D'Aununzio. Valeri,
liellanca. Kibble, Meyer.
N animal has been called the best friend of man. He shares the home of his
master, his joys, his sorrows, he is his close companion. To show the qualities
of loyalty and devotion found in pets, the Pet Club was organized under the spon-
sorship of Mrs. Florence Cougle, teacher of biology. The club meets every second
homeroom period on the Hrst and third Mondays of each month and performs
many invaluable services in behalf of homeless animals.
Qualifications for students seeking admission into
this club include a genuine interest in animals and a
manifest interest in their care.
The club publishes a pamphlet, Our Pets, on their
'fpetl' subjects. This publication gives hints about ani-
mal Welfare and contains interesting anecdotes about
Seventy-three pupils, interested in animals and
"A Dog Is Man's Best
their care, comprise the present membership. Under
their direction a successful drive was made to enroll
the student body as members of the junior S. P. C. A.
At the club meeting there have been lectures about
the types of care that should be given to pets. Visits to
dog shows have also been undertaken by the members.
The student officers elected for the year were Vir-
ginia Davis, president, Richard Engler, vice-presi-
dent, Phyllis hlanzc, secretary, Dorothy Connolly,
treasurer, Cortez Kibble, inter-club representative.
Firsi Row Cleft to rigl1tJ-Siminowics, Tomasulo, Lyons -Germani, Tietbohl, Nix, Meltzer, Pippitt, McCay, Firman,
CViee-Presidentj, Gatti CSecretaryj, Mitchell 1PresidentJ, Miller Aranoff, Hutchinson, Haney.
Cllreasurerj, Herbert, Turano, Martelloni, Glennon. Second Row
USINESS is the hub of the modern World. The students Who belong to the Com-
merce Club are very close to that hub. Under the guidance of Don T. Deal,
head of the commercial department, the club has established the tradition of hold-
ing several types of contests and competitive activities which include different
branches of commercial study, such as typing, shorthand, and speed calculating.
The reward for Winning one of these Conte sts is usually a gold, silver or bronze medal.
Besides fostering this interest in these vital com-
Whafs New in Business? mercial activities, the Commerce Club, in its Weekly
-Ask Them meetings, attempts to help each member to discover
5 T just what will be his position in business and society
f after he leaves school. The club also conducts a modi-
fied vocational guidance study covering all types of
problems which the young graduate may meet in his
search for employment after leaving high school.
A highlight of this year's program was a reunion
l of old and present members at a dinner-dance at
Fisher's Tea Room. At this affair many of the promi-
nent people in Trenton's professional and business life
were in attendance. Listed among the guests of civic
importance Were several alumni of the Commerce
Oflicers of the club during the past year were James
Mitchell, president, Jack Lyons, vice-president, Anne
Gatti, secretary, and Walter Miller, treasurer.
First Row Cl. to rigl1tjhFuld CInter-Club Councilj, Raser Rauf-Davids, Groh, Merz, Ferrari, Rein, Berkowitz, Drobnik,
CVice-Presidentj, Petrino CPresidentJ, Mr. Burdick CSponsorJ, Davids, Third Row-Kachdorian, Henderson, Moskowitz, Brooks,
Massaro CSecretaryj, Worley Ufreasurerj, Lavinthal. Second Palay, Bahr.
OT so long ago a poet said, "Euclid alone has looked on beauty." Euclid, it
seems, had found an abstract beauty in geometric Hgures. Membership of
the Euclidean Society consists primarily of those students who have found some
arresting element in the study of geometry. In order to investigate some problem
or to get additional help in this phase of mathematical study, these students, or-
ganized as the Euclidean Society, Work under the direction of Emerson Burdick,
instructor of mathematics.
A candidate seeking admission into the club must There is a.Bequfy
have superior ratings in geometry. In addition to this, in Ge0"'ef"C SU-"'S
he must have a pleasing personality and ability in the
exposition of difficult problems.
At the Weekly club meetings, the members devote
their time to a program of mathematical puzzles to be
solved by club Wizards. Part of each meeting is also
set aside for coaching. Members Who do the coaching
try to ascertain the specific Weaknesses of the pupil
Whom they coach. After this is done the pupil is drilled
until he has mastered the mathematical principle in-
volved. In this manner the club members learn not only
geometry but also an invaluable lesson in fellowship.
The ofiicers of this club who directed the activities
for the year are Petrino, president, Ed Raser, vice-
presidentg Pasquale Massaro, secretary, and Bob
Social Dance Club
First Row Cleft to rightj-Falcey, Estrella, Anthony Navarro, M. Thompson. Third Row-Lavinthal, Falk, Sandy,
CTreasurerj, Mendrey CPresidentD, Bella Kaplan, Keating Maher, Abromovitz, Shanberg, Cavlanelli, Nine, Agabiti, Her-
CSecretaryJ, Dearden CVice-Presidentj, Remiszewski, Dem- mann, Milaclii. Faiwtlz Row-Watkin, Reading, Zowadzki,
binski, Nash. Second Row-E, Thompson, Blicharz, Rosenthal, Szeher, Laden, Morris, Weiss, Kovacs, Repass, Pancoast.
Iacyna, Conlogue, Di Pastina, Hart, Monty, Miliriowicz, Bier,
H OMB and trip it as you go, on the light fantastic toe," advised john Milton.
Carrying out the precept of this famous poet, Miss Bella Kaplan organized the
Social Dance Club. Today, this organization is, without doubt, one of the most
active and popular clubs in Trenton High School.
All its members receive instruction in elementary ballroom dancing. As the
school year progresses the club members learn the more intricate steps. In addi-
tion to becoming better dancers, the pupils enrolled in
From Minuet to Jive this club also have an invaluable opporunity for de-
Dfwving IS 1411 Aff veloping poise and social grace. Not only are club
meetings devoted to dancing techniques, but also to
discussions of correct deportment at dances.
During the past school year the club had an active
social calendar. Highlighting the social program was
a dinner-dance held at the Country Club on Febru-
ary l4. This affair was arranged with the Girls' Science
Club. Over eighty people Were in attendance.
Throughout the Winter months the club served as
host to a number of homerooms which met after school
for social dancing. Noontime dancing was also handled
by these club members.
Assisting Miss Kaplan were the following club
members who were elected early in the school year:
Dorothy Mendray, president, Fred Dearden, vice-
president, Jane Keating, secretary.
First Row Cleft to riglitb-Wheeler, Collard C'l'rcasurerJ, DolA Raser, Worley flnter-Club Council Representativej, Kuzma, Pro-
ton CPresidentJ, Dr. Victor Sabary fSponsor7, Peters CVice- kup, Moskowitz, Searingg Seigle. Third Row-Douglas, Poyda,
Presidentj, Larve fSercetaryJ, Purcell. Second Row-Marciante, Gordon, Thiel, Dublin, Andrews.
NE of the oldest and most popular clubs in the school, the Philatelic Society,
is under the competent direction of Dr. Victor Sabary, language instructor.
The purpose of the club is to encourage philatelists and coin collectorsg to help
them to gain more knowledge about valuable stamps and coinsg and to teach its
members how to organize their collections.
The agenda for the past year listed the initiiation of new members into the club.
The event took place at the home of Dr. Sabary. Vari-
ous members of the club also entered a city-wide con- "A Stamp if Nvf JMS!
test sponsored by the Trenton and Capitol Stamp P0-'ff'-2-'ei
Representatives of the club participated in several
quiz programs from which they usually emerged vic-
torious. The brilliant display of general information
exhibited on the radio by the members of the club won
acclaim for Trenton High and for Philatelic. Mem-
bers of the Hquizl' team included Beatrice Wheeler,
Grace Dolton, Carl Peters, and Paul Andrews.
At the close of the year the club sponsored its an- '
nual stamp and coin contest. Prizes were awarded and
the entries were exhibited in the school library.
In directing the program of the club, Dr. Sabary
had the assistance of the following oflicers: Grace Dol-
ton, presidentg Carl Peters, vice-presidentg Shirley
Larve, secretaryg and Frank Collard, treasurer.
Spectator Literary Staff
First Row tleft to rightj-Spinelli, Maruca, Urken Editor-in- Katin, Levenstein, Hurd. Third Row--Craig, Dutko, Ballantine,
Chiefj, Morris B. Sanford tSp0nS0rJ, Lewis CManaging Editorl, Malmud, Micklewright.
Hornyak, Cooney. Second Row-Laczko, Vine, Mitchell, Lavine,
NCE the smell of printer's ink gets into a cub reporter's nostrils, he knows that
he can never look upon a newspaper again with passive interest. The journal-
istic success of the l94l Spectator is ample evidence of the active interest and abil-
ity of its scribes.
Writing the news for this bi-weekly newspaper is the responsibility of four
junior classes and one senior group. Besides their reportorial work, these classes
sandwich a regular English literature course between
Printers' Devils Really issues.
can Be Good? It is from the senior class that the staff is chosen.
The only prerequisite for enrollment in this class is
completion of a junior Spectator course. As the year
progresses the best juniors are assigned positions, under
the editors whose jobs they fill the following year.
The Spectator annually enters the National Scho-
Q lastic and Columbia Scholastic Press Associations'
judging contests. Again this year the paper was
awarded the highest C. S. P. A. rank, 'fMedalist," and
the 'fAll Americanw rating of the N. S. P. A. The
successes of this paper are due primarily to the excel-
lent training of Morris B. Sanford, senior adviser.
Other members of the advisory staff include A. C.
Wenzel, business, Del Roy White, Angell Mathew-
son, Charles A. Hogan, and George Bolge, teachers of
junior classes in journalism.
Spectator Business Staff
First Row Cleft to rightl-Mayer, J. Purcell fAssistant Busi- ant Circulation Managerb, Saidt, Manning. Second Row-llorim
ness Managerj, Mather CBusiuessAManagerJ, Albert C. Wfenzel yak. Compte, Virgin. Ale, Carton, M. Purcell, Blackman, Han-
CI'aculty Advisorj, Craig fCirculation lllauagerj, Harvey CAssiSt- cock, Hirsch, Micklewright.
O be free, a press must be financially viable. Publication every two weeks of the
Spectator requires the assistance of a capable and energetic business staff.
Without their prudent financial guidance, the Spectator, as we know it, could not
eXist. Our student editors have been able to effect innovations and timely changes
because they have not been hampered by the lack of financial resources. Conse-
quently, the success of the Spectator in student journalistic circles has been due in
no small part to the monetary support of the business
Staff. - sr as
In addition to soliciting advertisements, the staff lzygegyufgriifnafcii and
writes the necessary Had" copy and directs the distribu-
tion of the paper every other Friday.
The efficient functioning of this staff was a result of
the well-qualified guidance given by A. C. Wenzel,
faculty adviser. James Craig, as circulation manager,
and Howard Mather, as business manager, performed
their respective tasks with quiet efficiency.
These two members of the business staff had John
C. Purcell and William Harvey as assistants. Other
members of the business staff were Helen Ann Alby,
Newton Ale, Bill Blackman, Eleanor Carton, Gran-
ville Cook, Essie Daner, Gloria Fried, Helen Galya,
Janetta Hornyak, Claire Kolsky, Louise LeCompte,
Helen Levine, Robert Micklewright, Jack Morrison,
Peggy Nicholas, Sylvia Parker, and Esther Sussman.
Quill and Scroll Society
First Row Cleft to rightl-Bodmer, Cooney, Craig CVice' Spinelli, Laczo, Piggin, Nix. Third Row-Leverlsteiri, Gruber,
Prcsidentj. Uurken tPresidentj, Mathewson CAdvisorj, Maruca Hurd, Watts, Short, Gordon, Morris, Freidman, Karin, Lavine,
fSecretaryb, Malmud CTreasurerD, Mather, Hornyak, Ale. Sec- Raphael. Fmwth Row-DiFilippo, Purcell, Mitchell, Spiezle,
and Rott'-Cohen, Burtis, Lewis, Green, Cohen, Shaw, Lantz, Vine, Mattueca, Allen, Sutnick Toft, Greenberg, Tome.
WO years ago, several literary-minded students organized a new chapter of the
International Quill and Scroll Society in Trenton Central High School. Stu-
dents elected into the society must rank in the upper third of the class, scholasti-
cally, and have evidence of some literary work printed in a school publication.
This year, initiation exercises of the society were held in the auditorium before
a sophomore assembly in order to acquaint the new high school students with the
Work of this honorary society. Barbara Lewis Wrote
Thisnfs 0 Hallmark the initiation ceremony. Dr. William Wetzel, former
of Lnemry Worth principal of Trenton High School, was the guest
speaker at the affair.
Angell Mathewson, instructor in the English de-
partment, served as the active sponsor of the society,
aided by an advisory board of Del Roy White, Charles
A. Hogan, Morris B. Sanford, Albert C. Wenzel, john
F. Slavik, and George R. Bolge.
One of the most effective projects of this society
was a handbook for the incoming sophomores. At club
meetings throughout the year, prominent journalists
spoke to the society to encourage the hopeful, young
journalists within the group. The social functions con-
sisted of a beach party at Mr. MatheWson's cabin at
Seaside and a tea-dance during the school term.
Oflicers of the club aided Mr. Mathewson in the
successful execution of the active program.
First Row Cleft to 1'lglll.'G61iSllC1lf6ld, Brailove, Zweig, Stines Temple. VVeber, Caris, Mciloogan. Daggett, Vocatura, Benck,
fliecorcliiig Secretaryj, Sutherland CCorresponding Secretaryj, Silvers, Kersey. Third Row-Ranto, Fox, Di Falco, Schrum, Mc-
D. ll. Koenig CSponsorJ, llirsch CI'residentD, Mosovich CVice- Nicol, Thiel, Schnier, Luterio, Kalston, Schwartz, Bugbee, Rob-
Presiclentj, Lavine, Cook C'l'reasurerj. Second Row-Doolittle, erts.
OR the purpose of developing a more intensive interest in art, the Art Club was
organized early in 1933. Under the stimulating guidance of Miss Daphne
Koenig, art idlstructor, the club has increased in popularity until now it is one
of the foremost clubs of the school.
The club members are interested in all phases of art. Commercially-minded
artists study advertising copy and posters in order to get a picture of what the com-
mercial artist must accomplish. Of course fashion is
also represented. Some of the young "Adfians'l have Here' Aff afld Sefvive
planned wardrobes that would delight the heart of any Blend Happdiv
fashion-loving lady. Another popular 3phase of 'art
work included by the club members is the crafts. Met-
als, beads, and cork are the favorite materials from
which they fashion rings, necklaces and bracelets.
Members of the Art Club have not only taken visits
to local exhibitions to see outstanding works of famous
artists, but they have also given exhibitions of their
own. A visitor entering the school just before the pres-
entation of one of the school plays would see in the
corridors several attractive posters and pictures adver-
tising the event.
The officers of the club are as follows: VVilliam
Hirsch, president, Jonas Mosovich, vice-presidentg
Miriam Stines and Martha Sutherland, secretaries,
Joyce Cook, treasurer, and Audrey Lavine, historian.
Boys' Science Club
First Row Cleft to rightb-Cohen, Honover, Katin, Miller Seiffert, Kalish, Lavine, Aaronson. Third Row-Hotz, Andrews,
CSecretaryJ, Gregory CPresidentJ, Mr. Diamond CSponsorj, Kala- Hughes, Arthur, Semasko Lavine, Wascoe, Sawchak, Segal,
V P 'd tj All CT el W ' t '1 R hael BO- Davis.
pos C ice- resi eu , en -reasur r , eins eil , ap ,I
gad. Second Row-Bellan, Millner, Prekielniak, Miller, Kahsh.
T would not be an exaggeration to state that some of the future scientists of this
country are now members of the Boys' Science Club of the Trenton Central
High School. To have an exact knowledge of elementary science is the goal of the
club. The ambitious young men who comprise this hard-Working group are guided
in their activities by Constantine M. Diamond of the science department, who has
been sponsor of the club for the past five years.
The boys meet each Tuesday in room C225 and a
A Test Tube Holds portion of each meeting is set aside for a definite pro-
a World of Mystery gram. The programs are of Wide variety. Each mem-
ber is responsible for taking part in one of the pro-
grams throughout the course of the year. Demonstra-
tions, talks, exhibitions involving pure science, and
scientific Wizardry make up the bulk of the activities
of the club.
One of the most outstanding auditorium programs
of the year is the presentation of the annual science
show. This year the club found time to visit some of
the junior schools Where they also presented a science
For many years it has been the custom of the club
to join with the Girls' Science Club in preparing
Christmas baskets to be given to needy families of the
community. In this manner the club has combined sci-
ence and humanitarianism.
Q P ' Fl L
Front Row Cleft to rightj-Hedy Bodmer, Olga Mayer, Davis, Ed Kerns, Jerry Garb, Harry Klien, Kalman Epstein,
Leatrice Lipshutz, Norma Clancy, Dorothy Ronslonski, Robert Richard Urich, Harry Walcoff, Harry Higgins, Rose Monte-
Levin, Angeline Maruca, Angelina Spinelli, Shirley Mann, Judy verda.
Bullitt, Jean Van Horn. Second Row-Edwin Soyka, Manual
EALIZING that the motion picture is a force for good or evil in the lives of high
school students, the Cinematography Club had dedicated its program to the
improvement of student standards in evaluating current films. To accomplish this
high goal the club issues a bi-weekly newspaper, Filmfare, which contains not only
interesting and revealing reviews of motion pictures, but also anecdotal facts about
In recent years the club has enlarged its program.
In addition to the reviewing of films for the benefit Theyive PW H0l1Nw00d
of the student body, the club has undertaken the pro-
duction of a motion picture every year. In December
of 1939, a film called, Watchdog was the Cinematog-
raphy Clubls first film venture. This film was pre-
viewed at a holiday tea and it was proclaimed "a hit."
Last year the film was Education in a Democracy,
a historical review of our school. This year's produc-
tion was lllelodrama, with the well-known hero, hero-
ine, and villain. .
Miss Eleanor Ingoldsby has served as sponsor of
the club since it was organized in 1938. During the
past year Miss Ingoldsby has had the assistance of the
following ollicers: president, Robert Levin, vice-presi-
dent, Angelina Spinelli, treasurer, Angeline hlarucag
secretary, Olga Mayer.
on the Spot-
Stage Craft Club
First Row Cleft to right?-Charles Dow, Bill Hirsch. Dan -Bill Bernard, Jonas Mosovich, John De Angelus, Fred Lloyd,
Gafgan, F. Siegfried iSponsorJ, Richard Rutkowski, .S'ct'omf Row Howard Feiler.
ARAPHRASING Mr. Shakespeare, the Stage Craft boys proclaim: "The World
may be a stage, but to us the Trenton High stage is our World." Throughout
the school year the boys in this organization devote not only their club periods but
also many hours after school to the construction of scenery for many school produc-
Under the guiding hand of Friebis Siegfried, instructor of art, these boys have
given their energetic and helpful labor to innumerable
They Light and Set minor dramatic activities which take place in the Com-
fhe Sf02e-- munity Room, as Well as to the major dramatic offer-
ings in the main auditorium, such as the '4Torch Bear-
ers" and "The Chocolate Soldier." The impressive dec-
orations of the Sport Nite exhibitions were due in part
to the able assistance of these boys.
In return for their services to the school, the mem-
bers of this organization have received competent in-
struction in the techniques of scenery construction and
in the operation of stage lights as a complement to
background effects on the stage. Alumni members of
this club have been successful in securing employment
as craft men in New York theatres. Other members of
the club have received profitable employment While
students by Working with amateur theatrical goups in
the production of their plays. Despite its heavy pro-
gram the club has had time for social activities.
First Row Cleft to riglitj-Dumont, Burtis, Matteuci, Di bury, Field. Third Row-Haveson, Entwistle, Newton, Kra-
Fillippo, John Slavik CSponsorj, Landwehr, Mcllvaine, Di vet, Torrens, Walcott.
Pietro. Second Row-Fisko, Goodman, Martin, Dutko. Brad'
ANY centuries ago, a sage philosopher of China said: "One picture is worth a
thousand words." Judging the Photography Club upon this basis, Trenton
High would need to indulge in wordy accolade to attest to the value of this or-
ganization. Under John Slavik, instructor of art, the members of this club have
been encouraged to make photography an art. Not only have the club members
learned the techniques and theories of artistic photography, but they have also
been given ample opportunity to put their instruction to the acid testg namely, by
taking pictures and completely developing them in the school's dark room.
As the year progressed and the pictorial requirements of the yearbook began to
be known, these amateur photographers were eager to contribute both their ser-
vices and pictures to the publication. The table-top
pictures in the club section were handled by Joseph
Leopold and Larry Kravet. Two alumni of the club,
Joseph Danely and Edward Schumm, contributed sev-
eral of the Sports-Nite pictures.
Community-wide interest was provoked by this
club when it held its annual photography exhibit in
the corrective gymnasium this year. Many prints of
professional calibre were on display and they elicited
laudatory comments. The work of Joseph Di Filippo
and Dominic Matteuci was especially meritorious.
Other club members who did outstanding work
were Kenneth Torrens, Don Field, elseif Haveson,
Billy Valys, Robert Entwhistle, Francis Dutko. These
members spent many after-school hours working upon
prints and learning more about great vocational and
avocational values of photography.
They Left Us a
Legacy of Memories
Les I ntimes
First Ron' Cleft to riglxtl-Kessler. XVilson, YYah, lilias
CPresidcntj, John F, Kelsey QSponsorj, Shaw CSecretaryj,
Neary, Cook, Steiner. ,S'ero1nI R0iiliSCl1OSl1E1', Van llorn,
Daniels, Lucidi, Lebair, llernstein, Roberts, Napoleon, Brady,
Les Intimes when translated means the
Friends, which is an excellent name for the
French club. This group has as its members, pupils
who have a common interest in the literature and
customs, as well as in the mechanics of the lan-
guage, of the French people. The sponsor of this
group is John F. Kelsey, instructor of French.
Girls' Science Club
To provide and extra-curricular activity for
girls who are interested in science, Sylvia Simon,
laboratory assistant of the science department, of-
fers an enriched program for the members of the
Girls' Science Club.
The club devotes its time to the study of all
scientific matters of interest to the group such as
First Rom' fleft to rigl1tJfLevine, Kanicki C'l'reasurcrD,
Warren CPresidentJ, Miss Simon, Hansen CVice-Presidentj,
Perlman fSecretaryJ, Mandelbaum. Second Rau'-Feher, Mar-
tin. Parker, Latham, Kennedy, Dobos, Fell, Romeo, jean-
3ICDO1'lfJLlgll. Tfllifli Rott'-Acolia, Pnliti, Bacso. Lebair, Jack-
son, Glover, Larrabee. Fozzrflz. Run'-Isaacson, Clmpko,
Persanti, Lockwood, Nalcpa, Moloney.
Among the variety of club activities there have
been lectures, a skating party and a trip to New
York, which was one of the big events of the
school year. This club provides its members a
chance to learn more French and an opportunity
for social growth through its program constructed
about various language activities in French.
the making of various types of cosmetics.
Social and educational functions including a
reunion in the form of a dinner-dance and trips
to New York are a few of the many activities in
which the club participated. This year the club
members made a special trip to New Jersey Col-
lege for Women to study exhibits.
nette. Third Row Cleft to riglitj-Ilornyak, Sipos. Marorino,
Dempsey, Matera. Acolia, Gross. Fourth Row-D'Annunzio,
Yos, Szklanney, Sweeney, Ida Serliack, Kravitz, Mohr.
Ififzvt Raw fleft to rightj-Moore, XVilliams, Cinlqay, Ca-
serta t'l'reaSurerb, Major CVice-Presidentj, Moore fljresi-
df-ntl, Cointe fSccretaryj, Bagley. Second Rozcf'l'arnoski,
Although no boys belong to the Needlecraft
Club, the membership rules do not forbid male
members. During the past year the club func-
tioned successfully in carrying out a program of
Under the direction of Miss Frances B. Chris-
tie, sponsor, the girls learned many new techniques
'lBack to Nature" say the members of the
Naturalists' Club. These nature-loving students,
under the guidance of Harold Jones, science in-
structor, aim to become better acquainted with
plant, bird, and animal life.
Whenever the 'weather permits, the group goes
on hikes into the country surrounding Trenton.
On these trips the members gather information
First Row fleft to rightj-Phillips. Randall, Buntla, Truch,
Siksay CTreasurerJ, Donohue CVice-Presidentj, Harold S.
jones ISponsorj, Drake tPresidentD, Groh CSecretaryj, Max-
well, Schulz, Wriglit. Second Rare!-Hawkyarfl, Ziekwolf,
Davis, Simko. liencler, Fraczlciemicz. Victor, Losque, Brennan.
Third Rott'-Davis, VYormley, Adam, Iuipp, Szewcuw.
in sewing and embroidering. An exhibition was
given to show the various articles made by the
club. A needle exhibition at Wanamaker's store
in Philadelphia was also visited by the members
of the club, acompanied by their sponsor.
The club members also had social programs at
the weekly club meetings.
and materials for the club projects.
The club has demonstrated the values of co-
operation and fellowship by sponsoring annual ex-
hibits. The specimens in these displays are con-
tributed by members of the club. The many visi-
tors who have seen these exhibitions are always
enthusiastic about them and the opportunities for
learning scientific data.
Van Buskirk, llolzer, Compopiano, Curtin, Kuzma, YYelsl1,
Crouse. Learing, Rnhright, Leahy. Third R02v4Colacelli.
Stadnyk, Compagnucci. joseplxson, Fourth RMU-Plapenger,
Purcell, Hurst, Collard, Kuslmir, Hampton, Birchenougli.
First Rota' fleft to rightp-Barbour, Novak. Mazuli, Bates tapo QYiceAPresidentD. Second Row - Ihhs, jacobs, Rlinn.
QPresideutD. WYojcik tSccretaryD, Yuhasz fTl'S3.Slll'El'J, Po-
Gardening in a large industrial city like Tren-
ton is not a lost art. With a group of enthusiastic
gardeners, Lester Bartlett, history instructor, has
conducted a successful and enjoyable club pro-
gram during the past year. Not only were the
various phases of horticulture closely studied, but
real, practical application of gardening skill was
made possible. School environs and the homes of
Highlighting this year with a reunion at the
Corner House, the Amanuensis Club has com-
pleted its eleventh successful year of organization.
Under the direction of Miss Mary Lapin, in-
structor of commercial subjects, the club has en-
deavored to further the interest of the prospective
secretary in commercial Work. Each spring, the
Fin! Row Cleft to rightj-Amenta, Gruntaski, Reese,
Camo, Ponteriero, Rarrluani, Alby, Pettenichio, Deutchman,
Hollendonner, M. Sisolak, Angelline. Second Row-Kellet,
Pesik, Smeltz, Otto, Strava. Martonick, A. Sisolak, Breimeyer,
Smith, Dropla, C. Sandow, E. Samlow, Rodgers, Hehn.
the club members were beautihed by Well-arranged
Weekly' meetings were held for the exchange
of ideas about gardening. Officers of the club dur-
ing the past year were: Mildred Bates, presidentg
Cecelia Potopka, vice-president, Rose M. Wojiclc,
secretary, Ethel Yuhasz, treasurer, Norma Blen,
club sponsors a contest to determine the student
who is the most qualified, after a year's training,
for her chosen life-work. A gold medal is the re-
ward for the student who can take dictation at
one hundred words per minute. The alumnae of
this club hold responsible positions in Trenton's
Fontanello, Coiante, Mercurio. Tlzim' Rota'-Agostinelli, Mc-
Kelvey, Nemieth, Kern, Kasher, Zudniak, Abramson, Suss-
man, Herman. Lewandowski.
First Rau' Cleft to riglitj-Larve, Davis, Soprovy, Pochyla,
Harry R. Michelson CSponsorj, Steward, Bowden, Rogage,
Olinsky, TVicKeever, Serimirl Rowflloltzherg, She-egf-1', Fried,
Harry R. llflichelson organized the Philology
Club for students who Wanted to become effective
speakers and conversationalists. During the year
the club enlarged its program to include the study
of derivations, meanings, and pronunciations ot
essential words. They also issued the Philology
Tazftler and sponsored the annual spelling bee to
determine the best speller in the sophomore, the
Because there has been an increase in the num-
ber of activities requiring services of ushers, a spe-
cial service corps has been organized this year.
The members of this group not only give its serv-
ices as ushers, but also help to maintain discipline
in the school corridors. Although the students who
Firxf Rota Cleft to rightjaTuozzolo, Friedman, Plapinger,
Ile-lli qfaptainl, Heller, Horner, Breeds-n. Jones. Secnnii Row
Gerahart, Giordana, Harovan, Palepa, VanLnppen, Brooks,
Levy, Ilozzel. Third Row-Glazebrook, Shumake, Gardner,
junior, and the senior classes.
The winners were David Mulchay, seniorg
Louis Lavine, junior, and Lloyd Ritter, sopho-
more. The winners were awarded a trip to New
York with the club. In May the members held a
successful picnic which was so enjoyable that even
these philologists were unable to express their
Special Service Corps
compose this organization are not enrolled in any
one homeroom, they perform all the duties of the
original service corps. With the aid of this group
the administration of school traflic direction dur-
ing the past year has been carried on efficiently,
despite their late organization as a corps.
Ellis. llomas. 'I'l11'1'f1 Row-Holcome, Conner, Breza, Bole.
Blumenthal, Dudley, Carter, Dornstancler.
fDorsey, Barlion, Cuttino, Epstein, Dilouic, Green, Adler,
First Row Cleft to l'lglltJi,XZH'Ol1SOl1, Bogdan, Jackson
CPre5identJ, VV. T. McDonough QSponsorj, Kowalczlqy QYice-
Presidentj, Tural: CSeeretary-Treasurerj, Taylor. Mowicki.
Answering the call for more mechanical skill
in the world, Trenton High School come forward
with a group of young men who call themselves
members of the YVoodcraft Club. Under the guid-
ance of their sponsor, Walter lX'IacDonough,
teacher of industrial arts, they have not only
Composed of senior, junior, and sophomore
homeroom presidents the Presidents, Council met
each Wednesday' under the guidance of Miss Sarah
This council pondered over the problems of
sanitation and order within the school building.
First Row Cleft to rightJ-Mirando, Estrella, Starski, Cit-
kowski, Deutchman. Maruslca CSecretaryj, Craig CVice-Presi-
denth, Ilirsh flkeesidentj, Yenny, Simpson, Game, Bodmer,
Kurpas, DePastina, .Sicrmzzi Rorvglieslalc, Kateiisz. Heina,
Mazzilli, Conti. llarninann, Davison, Olinsky, Lanclolh, Pon-
toriero, Sclioeuer. Kenney, Bleltzer, Hornor. Thirrl Forw-
Surback, Cella, Dralili, Malmurl, Tomasulo, Multnp. Poytla,
D'.'Xngelo. VanLnppen. James. Ferrara. Siegel, Renrlel. Fourtlz
Second Ron'-Timm, Hiller, Maul, Gordon, Stanley, Taft,
gained knowledge about making useful household
articles but also information about the construc-
tion of scenery for various school productions such
as the operetta, senior play, and girls' sports night.
In the spring the club held its annual exhibition
which attracted many visitors.
The fact that the President's Council was com-
posed of homeroom presidents, who could easily
obtain the opinions of the students during home-
room period, made the council invaluable. The
council consisted of one hundred and four class
presidents from the three classes.
Row-Travis, Coley, Schoenhaas, Chiarello, Braytenbah, Al-
mond, Armitage, Josephson, Garb, Nine. Zavaglia. Fifilz Row
-Read, Pounall, Mraw. Hammond, South. Light, DiLouie,
llolcomb, Fischer, Ale, Tome, Fortunato. Sixtlz Ron'-Im
Verso, Klein, Spranza, Hanev, Alphonse, Steel, Krenehicki,
Kavlor, Piechota, Danbury. Germani, Daggett. Serienfli Row
-Pupsak. Kroesen, Toth. Giambclluea, Taylor, Astore, Stock-
las, Kalapos, Matthews, Kandebo, Harris.
Radio Appreciation Club
First Rott' fleft to riglitb-llurroughs l'l'reasurerj, Azzi-
naro fSecretaryj, Rall fI'residcntJ, IC. C. Ciccolella lSpone
Sori. Lockett tVice-Presirlentj, Keevil. Clark. Huff. Second
Ron'-Ziereis. Levine, Russo, Carmagna, Pinto, hlachecla,
In order to answer the demand for more in-
telligent use of the radio, the Radio Appreciation
Club was reorganized this year under the guid-
ance of Erasmo Ciccolella, instructor of English.
To help students of Trenton High School to be-
come more critical listeners of radio programs is
the chief purpose of the club. This club is open
Interested in public speaking as an extra curric-
ular activity, a group of talented pupils organized
themselves as a public-speaking organization un-
der the direction of Thomas Peoples, teacher of
English. Selecting the appelation of Rhetoricians
as the name of their organization, the members
of the club have studied the secrets of swaying an
audience, and the mechanics of clearer, forceful
1'4l'l'Sf Rott' tleft to right-Plapinger. Donahue. Chianese
tYict'-Pre:-iilcntl. fl'homas C. Peoples fSponsnrj. Egan 1l'reSi-
ilentj. Newton KSecl'ctaryJ, Tenney. Stvrolid Rnti'fSoyka,
Lovett, Reed, Zimmer, Goodrich. Third Rowfliaiser, Bleyer,
Zavaglia. Henry, Spodinski, Levin, De Vito. F01H'!liR01t'-
Sutterlin. Frietlmann, Angeline, Rini-115.
to all pupils of the school, including post-gradu-
ates. During weekly meetings, club members often
listen to carefully selected radio programs. The
club frequently travels to broadcasting stations in
Trenton and New York in order to get a more
intimate view of the source of programs and prob-
lcms of broadcasting.
speech for public and conversational use.
At their weekly meetings each member was
given an opportunity to develop his oratorical skill
by delivering a prepared speech. Officers of the
club during the past year were as follows: John
Egan, president, Carolyn Chianese, vice-presi-
dent, and David Newton, secretary. Officers for
next year were elected in June, l9-l-l.
Ryan. Mather, Green, Mulcahy. llaigh, Tlzirrl Rott'-Light,
Garrity. Smith, Semasko. XYoorlman, llrifliths, Morrison.
Senior Service Corps
Firxl Rota' tlcft to rightjflisposti. Nix, Broks, Fulfl, Coo-
ney, .Xle CPresirlentD, Pleinfelter Csfponsorj, Hornyak CVice-
Presiclentj. Gillco, Manlz. Huril. Zane, Cope. Srrorzd Row!
.Xcolia. .Xndrew. Sherman. Gruber, Ross. Johnson. VVatts. Page.
Coleman, Lockcy, Mieklcwriglit. l'7eQuinzio, Rinkus. Tliirrl'
Roraiflbircell, Malmutl, Blackman. Nickles, VVollinger. Clap-
pa, Smith, Tiffenhach, Virgin, Lavine, Ryan. Fourlli Row-
"Clan you show me the Way to the "D" build-
ing?', "VVhy can't l go down these stairs?" These
are just a few of the many queries which confront
a member of the Service Corps. Members of this
organization are those students whom you see
Allen, Vercen, Carmichael. XYis'mer, lillliill. Lyons. Tome,
Mele, lietz, Salamanflra. Fifth Row-Sntnick, Rain, Cafgen,
Carty, Wlootlman. VVright, Firman, Mather. Papenrliclc. ,S'i.i'fl1
Rorvflilorris, Mitchell. Vine, Levine. Rogers. l'i'ken, Choppo,
Peacock Shuster. Scrvutlz Korn-Case. Honeycutt, Ballan-
tine, VVhite, Engerman, Solomon, Kranch, Sawehak, McRae,
posted throughout the school with the small black
and white badges. They are usually seen directing
traffic and maintaining order in the corridors. ln-
evitably, you will find these students rendering
their services at the most prominent school affairs
Junior, Sophomore Corps
Sophomore and junior students are eligible for
membership on the Service Corps after they have
been duly recommended by their homeroom teach-
ers. These lower-class students form a unit known
as the Sophomore and Junior Service Corps which
Fira! Rott' tleft to rightb-'l'ilton, Mathewson. Doilrls,
xlkilllfll, Smith. .Xle 1Genc-ral Managerb. Claude ll. lileinfclter
Kibponsorj, Ilornyak, Cook, Commeczell, Saiclt, Chianesc,
Sereni. Second Rort'fRntkowski, Edwards, Iantos. Short,
Raphael, Cohen, Napolitana, Nlnlhollancl, Nancr, Crockett,
lfeiler, Taftz. Chisik, Rcers. Tliirri' Ro1r'fSchonrthalu. Mor-
ris, Thompson, l"riedman, Szczepkowski, Xveinstein, Spiczle,
Morrison, Egan, Donahue. Cohen, Starlnyk. Fnzrrtli Row!
Viteritto, Cohen, Benjamin, Lavine, Solivodo, llclllollo, Snr-
learns the responsibilities of the staff and in time
fills the vacancies left by the seniors through grad-
The facility with which they take over these
positions attests to the value of this group.
tees, SCl'l0ll, Rossi, Mislan. YYalter, Reynolds. Simonowitz.
lfzfili Rortifllongli, Cahill, Hill, Rice, Yereen, l,erry. Reich.
Ray, Campopiano. Carter, 1'ontoriero, Projetti, Scliroirler,
.S'i,rtl1 lfortifjrnin, Michael, Logan, Kaplan, Goldstein, l?'An-
nunzio, XVilson, Pice, Pitcher, Cohen. Garrety. Smith. Srrfiiili
Roivfliloking, Lord. Kelty, jones, Miller. Peter:-ou. Iirian,
Lntlecke, Costigan. Moore, Newton. liiglzilz k'orUfMariani,
FI'l'Jf Ram' Qleft to riglitjfllakohtis, Davy isocial Chair-
manj. Carnell fSecretaryJ. Feil fljresirlentl. Miss Cirocoia,
Bliss Brown fSponsorJ, Davis CVice-Prcsiilentl, Burla, Park-
en:-on, Ilymensky, Noliili. Second Ron'-D'Angelo, Ricehi,
Habits, appearances, and general deportment
undergo marked improvement as the Personality
Club carries out its yearly program. Not only
clu.b members benefit but the student body at large
receives instructions through the publication of
regular bulletins telling what is correct, social be-
Meeting on the roof of the school to study the
constellation, the Ptolemean Club provides its
members with interesting and vivid learning sit-
ln order to get a more professional look at the
stars, the group has made frequent trips to plane-
tariums where the use of expensive equipment was
at their disposal. Thus under the direction of
151-l'.Yf Ron' Alcfl In r1'g1llfGortlon, Drake CPresi1lentD. Miss
Evans LSponsorj, Case CVicc-Presiflentj, flafgen 1'I'reasurerJ,
Allen, Tcnney. ,Sit'L'0llLl' Row-Lavine, D. Simcoe, Petito,
Johnson. Simpson. Zhovovsky, lluff, llnlmes, Foster, Ulm-
flead. Third Rott'-llollingswortli, Raymond. Dawson, Behr!
mann, XYanpenny, Post, lierwick, Coleman.
The club has had the guidance of liliss Olive
Brown, under whose tutelage the girls were active
in both social and academic projects. As a result
of this, the student body looks upon this organiza-
tion as one of the basic ones in the school because
it not only sets a high goal for itself each year but
invariably achieves it in admirable form.
Miss Helen Evans of the Science department, the
club has completed another very successful year.
Rfliss Evans was assisted in the work of the club
by an efficient group of ofhcers consisting of lwar-
vin Drake, presidentg VVillard Case, vice-presi-
dentg Ernest Selter, secretary, and Daniel Gaf-
gen, treasurer. This year marked the fifth anni-
versary of the clubys organization.
Garrity, liain, llatitz. Third Rfm'fCainpopiano, D'.-Xnnunzio,
Stadnyk. Sawchak, Carter.
G. A. A.
First Razz' ilcft to righti-Nix. Dobos, Lockey CCorresponcl-
ing Secretaryj. Brooks CYice-Presideutl. Mrs. Gulick fSpon-
sorj. Hurd tPresidcntj, Maruska tSccretaryj, Dempsey
Each year the G. A. A. Council, the executive
group of the Girls' Athletic Association, enter-
tains outstanding ninth-grade pupils from the
junior high sihools at a Play Day to acquaint them
with the Trenton High School athletic program
This council is organized under the guidance
of llflrs. Isabella Quick, gymnasium instructor.
Pounding hoofs sound over the hills of Prince-
ton as the Riding Club makes its way on one
of its enjoyable leisure-time trips.
Sponsored by lllrs. lsabelle Quick of the
Physical Education department, the group
travels every other week to Robersonls Riding
This club provides instruction for beginners
Ifirri Raft' fleft to rightb----lfineburg, llobos. Bfartinvlell,
XYolcott llsccrctarvj, VVah lI'reSidentJ, Hansen C'llrcasnrcrj,
Marclietti, lxomrad. 50601111 KozrifMillncr, Gt-rslicnfelsl, Rey-
f'I'rt-asureri, Pone, Second lfzm'-Beriielrci. Bree-den. llrisco,
Simpson. Clugston. Corn, Uiirtis, XYah, Palma. Tliiril Row--
llolzer, C-rad, Ross, Mohr, Schlicher, Henncy, Taylor.
The G. A. A. is composed of girls who head
various sports covered by the associationys pro-
grams. Un membership cards, the head of the
various sport activities records the number ot
points earned by each member for the specific
recreation in which she participates. ln this way
special athletic abilities of incoming sophomores
and improves the technique of more experienced
equestriennes. lwembership is open to any girl
interested in horseback riding. For live consecu-
tive years this club has offered an active and
A straw ride and picnic closed the social activi-
ties of the club for 19-Pl. lWrs. Quick was as-
sisted by an able corps of club ofhcers.
iiolrls. Fischer. .Xcolia, Frank. Tliird Rott'-flflreedeii. llavtoii.
Cdowski, Strauss, licher, boriero. I"ouf'H1 Rott'-Icker, l'rey,
Sweeney, Mathewson, Berrun, Somers.
First Row Cleft to rightj-Broome, Greenberg, Wvolcott,
NVah, Maruska CSecretaryJ, Briscoe CVice-President3, Mrs. I.
Quick QSponsorJ, Hurd tI'residentj, Falcey fTreasurerj,
Dick, Esposti. Soprony. Unangst, Second Rowe-Liptack,
Blakeslee, Rrush, Strauss, Dil'astina, Dougherty, Carll, Clug-
Shrill Whistles blow and the word Hsquadsl'
echoes throughout the girls' gymnasium. At such
times the work of the girls in the leaders' corps
may be witnessed. Some members inspect lockers,
while others read aloud the weekly bulletins
which state the various sport events of the week.
VVith the help of Miss Isabelle Quick, the corps
For the protection of wood-Working students,
a safety council has been organized with wood-
shop instructor, Frank Mack, as sponsor. A stu-
dent representative from each of his classes com-
prises the membership of the council.
The aim of this group is to enforce all precau-
tion necessary to prevent accidents in the use of
First Row fleft to right-Alexander, Sherman, Corrasi,
Suro, Andrew, Read, Joseph P. l-lill, VVright, Tur-
ek. Second Row Cleft to rightb-lVIacDeal, Barata, Lewan-
ston, Brooks, Hershacselc, Cassan, Acolia. Third Roaialfr-
rickson, Page, Dempsey, Bendel, Mendrey, Smith, Steiner,
Past, Gdowski, Staiski, Berkowitz. Racz. Fourth Roni--Crupp,
Tilton, lklatliewson, Nlitchell, Birclienougli, Lockey, Smith,
Ross, Reclnor, Bickel, Durchuck, Conover, Fell.
handles routine details in the various gym classes.
They also aid in teaching the various activities to
any of the girls who are in need of extra instruc-
tion. ln this manner they create good sportsman-
ship and unity throughout all the girls' classes in
physical education. ln time this feeling of fellow-
ship also permeates throughout the school.
Shop Safety Council
saws and other power-driven machines.
The council is one of three such organizations
in the school Whose members wear distinguishing
buttons. The record of safety in the shops is not
only ample proof of the effectiveness of this coun-
cil, but a demonstration of helpful fellowship in
tlowslci, Van Sant, Sclmorbus, Connell, Pomiall, David. Tliiril
Row-Vicler, llillman, Almond, Markowitz, Vereen. YVilliams,
Il Circolo Italiano
First Ron' ileft to riglmtbv-Coopt. Scaccetti, lisposti Clnter-
Clnh Council Representativel, .Xgalnti CVice-Presidentg Mr.
Frank Borgia fxsponsorj. Gnarnieri C'l'reasurerJ, Salvanto
QSec1'etaryj, Castranova, Paolo. Second IfU'ii"N3IllCS, Voca-
To foster interest in Italian art and culture is
the principal aim of Il Circolo Italiano. This
group, under the leadership of Frank Borgia, in-
structor in Italian, participates in a wide variety
of social affairs.
The year's social activities began with a suc-
cessful skating party. Later in the year the club
Ever important to all literate persons is the art
of writing letters. In order to develop that ability
in all pupils who deserve it, the Correspondence
Club was formed. Under the guidance of Miss
Elizabeth Fuhrmann, teacher of social studies, the
correspondence group has learned how to inject
their personality into their letters. Lively corre-
Firsf Ron' lleft to riglitj-Ilenclcen. Tennant, Dowling,
Ilargreaves iSecri'taryJ, Lnterior fl'resiilentJ, Miss Fuhrf
mann lsponsorj, Ilropla tVice-I'resiclentJ, Glover t'l'reas-
tnrog Panarog Ferrarog De Pastinaq Napoleon, Palmere, Bal-
ilassari. Third Rwu+Lorenzo, Venanzi, Lamaclna, Bussiglieri,
conducted a theatre party. During the weekly
club meetings much time was given to discussion
of outstanding Italian operas.
The club also visited the Nletropolitan Opera
House in New York to see La Boheme. A picnic
to one of the shore resorts in June terminated the
activities for the year.
spondences were established between the mem-
bers of the club and their respective "pen palsf,
To be "letter perfect" was the clubls motto and
as it practiced composing business letters, thank
you notes, etc., the Correspondence Club fulfilled
its purpose in making its members, correspond-
ence more interesting and correct.
nrerb, VVhartenl1y, Le Compte. 50001111 Rim'-Collins, Hager-
man. Gazsi, Temple, Maloney, Toth, Kelty, Mathews, Na-
First Ron' tleft to rightb-Doolan, Fortunato. Palma,
llr. Minkel, lfasunclla, Romeo, Manclclbamn, Second Row--
"Bookworml' is hardly the term one uses to
describe a member of Lester lwinklels Libraryl
Club. The students who hold membership in this
organization have little time to read the books
which they check, sort, and repair each day. Aside
from assisting hir. lVlinkle, however, these boys
and girls have an intermittant social program.
ln the spring, these assistant librarians are
"All the names we're able to print," might well
be used as the motto of the print club sponsored
by Joseph VV. Hills, instructor of printing. Print-
ing membership cards for the various clubs of the
Trenton Central High School is the duty of this
club. They print the cards for a fee of one cent
for each card.
First Kofi' fleft to rightJf.Xngeline, Rickles, Onofri, Jo-
seph XY. llills tS11onsorj, Chaty, Stawinski, XYerner. 506111141
Matera, Scerba, Ilnart, Greitenback, Dorety, Zayaros. Tlzirii
Rott'-YYah, Furari, Melielvey, Levenstcin, Morton, Ludwig.
guests at their sponsorls home for a picnic. Mem-
bers of the club receive recognition for their serv-
ices in June when awards are made. lVlany of
these club members have been active as student
librarions since junior high school days. To many
pupils this work has suggested a profitable voca-
tional lield. To the pupils it has meant a more
pleasant library service during the year.
hflaking a book, which is given to members, is
another of the club's activities. Extremely valu-
able to the school in general are the services ren-
dered by these boys in printing various forms used
in daily routine such as attendance slips, lunch-
excuse passes, and efficiency cards.
Row-Spoto. Cohen, lilotz. Fosky, Belets, llomboski. Tlzird
1fa7ufCiallello, lilocke, Naples, Rosenberg, Perry,
First Rott' Cleft to riglitlglnarion Fenton QS-ecretary5,
Michael Margitan, ,X. B. llalqin, lfleanor Hejna, Vincent L.
Povio. Serroizd Rate'-NYanrla Pettit, Stanley Sikorski, James
With a common interest in the accordion as a
source of beautiful music, several Trenton High
School students organized the Accordion Club.
Under the guiding hand of Allen Dakin, instruc-
tor of commercial subjects, the club has had a very
active and profitable year in developing both musi-
cal appreciation and skill.
To develop an appreciation of literature is the
aim of the Belles Lettres Society. One of its activi-
ties, predicated upon this aim, is a short-story con-
test which is open to all students. Since diligence
deserves its reward, five dollars is given to the
Through the guidance of its sponsor, Frank
First Ron' fleft to rightJfCramer, Rednor, Critchlow, Han-
cock, Greenberg l'llreasurerj, Mr. Frank Clark tSponsorg
Ogden fl'residentD, Gruber tVice-Presirlenth, VVilley tSecre-
taryp, Lewis, Saidt. Scfoiiil Rott'fVanderpool, Prassas,
Parsons. fllzxcut-lla1'ry Taxnlrordozzi CP1'eSiilentD, Stephen
At the annual student concert presented by the
Girls' Chorus, a member of the club rendered
selections which won the hearty approbation of
the audience. At the Weekly meetings techniques
of accordion playing were discussed and construc-
tive criticism offered by the club members of one
another's playing on these occasions.
Clark, teacher of English, the club has under-
taken many social activities including a combined
ice-skating party and hay-ride, a dance, a roller-
skating party, a trip to Philadelphia to see an
outstanding dance band, an excursion to New
York on a sightseeing tour, and a spring dance
held during the Easter vacation.
llillegass, Nlathewson, Dodds, Ross, lllueller, Rosenfeld, Muc-
llvaine, Grannis. Tliird Rott'-Vllhite, Harrison, Reese, Karti-
mer, Farrington. Vine, Urban, Klempert. Deoilata. Iiourtli
Row-Norlen, Tashlik, Hunt, Fischer, Spicer.
F1'r.:tRmv Cleft to rightj-Van Luppen, Zuhn, Feild, Craig
CViee-Presiileutl, Mitchell fPresiclcntj, Esposti fSec1'etaryl,
Nix, Blamlelhaum, T4-lfer. Sermiil Rats'-Lavine, Mazueh,
jackson, Zweig, Fultl. Spinelli, Fenton, Burla. Tliird Run'-
To aid clubs and the administrators of the
school to communicate with one another is the
aim of the Inter-Club Council. Memlwership con-
sists of a representative from every club through-
out the school. Meeting after school, the group,
sponsored hy llliss Sarah Christie, studies prob-
lems pertaining to the efhcient and harmonious
Witll an honor grade in Spanish, membership
in El Siglo Futuro may then become a reality.
This club, whose activities are based upon projects
dealing with Spanish literature and history, is
open to those students who have made honor
grades in the study of Spanish. The club empha-
sizes the well-known adage, Hlfiwr ex zzprendrrl'
First Row fleft to riglitb-Slrolieclcer, Ungaro, Berger
fVice-Presirlcutb, Nix tl'rcsidentl, lfarl NV. Sletly CSponsorj,
Hoilnar Qlreasiirerl, Miller, Elkins, Strauss. ,SlL'L'01Ifl Raw-
Malmucl, Shanherg, VVest, Virgin, Kain, Gorrasi, Zuflniak.
flflllflll Raft'-Nlallier, Gordon, liuslmer, Newton, Onofri, Rou-
functioning of the extensive club program.
Providing recreation for the many clubs, the
council has organized a series of inter-club de-
bates, worked on the round-rohin method, inter-
club bowling and inter-club basketball. This yeai
the council was responsible for the initiation ol
many social programs,
El Siglo F uturo
-'lTo live is to learnf,
Under the sponsorship of Earl Steffy, teacher
of Spanish, the club sponsored a contest in which
all students of Spanish were invited to write a
theme in that language and enter it in competition
for awards. This activity has been an excellent
device in learning the language functionally.
Berkowitz, Pi-tchelt, Martin,V Koch, Schiffman, llreeclan,
Flarlcr Scheiner. Tl11'rdRota'-Gage, Santie, Larason, Krasne,
Fiixrl Row Cleft to right!-Connelly, Pettit. 'l'enney, Cuci- ,blt't'011tf Rmw--t'ol1en. Mattencci. Cohen, Jackson, .Xrthur, Har-
natta, Mrs. Smith, Moore, Uroclqett, Raphael. Uurtis, Miller. ney, Simon. Rite, Ilarvey, Ii1':ulbe1'1'y.
Mrs. Lois St. John Smith's newly-formed chess
and checker club was named the Capablancan So-
ciety in honor of a famous chess player. The club
was organized under the leadership of Robert
Crokett as the president. The other ofiicers are
Sylvan Raphael, vice-presidentg Carol lliller, sec-
retary, and Donald Rice, treasurer.
There were two tournaments in progress to de-
termine the best player for the munber one position.
blost great things originate from small begin-
nings. This organization is still in the embryonic
stages, but the enthusiasm of its members for its
future possibilities is boundless.
All types of creative writing including essays,
plays, and poetry, are submitted at each weekly
meeting throughout the school year by its ambi-
tious and literary-minded members for critical dis-
FI'I'.Yl.lftlTt' tleft to rightDfLevine, Nash. MacTlvaine tYice-
Presideiitj, Toft tl'resirlentj, Patcc, Ilorlmer, Eilvers. llogage.
These tournaments were in the form of a ladder,
if., any person ranking lower than another chal-
lenged his superior to a set. If he won, he took his
opponent's place, but if he lost there was no change.
This process continued until the best were found.
Then these members tried to show Albert C. VVen-
Zells club the fundamentals of the Ugamel' when
they met them for competition.
cussion, unbiased criticism or welcomed ap-
The officers are Bill Tott, presidentg lllarianne
llfacllvaine, vice-presidentg Carol llohr, secre-
taryg Elizabeth Gruber, treasurer. Mitas Addie
Welder serves as sponsor for the group. The name
of the club is a memorial to the late Edward Sul-
livan, beloved teacher of English.
S'ci'omI Ron'-Rolmcrts, Falls, lf, Falk, Citron, Cohen. Ed-
wards. Balir, Schneider, WVl1ite.
Junior Historical Society
First Ron' tleft to rightj-Ross, Espisti, Nix, Cook f'I'reas-
urerj, Craig fljresidentj, Ernest Y. Raetzer tSponsorj, Drake
tVice-Presirlentj, Mather CSecrr-taryj. Virgin tlnter-Cluh Rep-
resentativej, Broks. Seward Row-Iilacknian, Purcell, Gru-
Under the direction of Ernest Y. Raetzer, his-
tory instructor, the Junior Historical Society has
enjoyed another active year. The club is open to
all students who are interested in history and who
have honor ratings in all subjects.
The history of Trenton and its vicinity is stud-
ied in detail by the group who use this informa-
ber, Lockey, Cooney, Hornyak, Lewis, Lantz, Hurd, VVatts.
Third Row-Peacock. Etz, Griffiths, Mitchell, Urken, Royer,
Ale Ka.n, Hirsch, Petito.
tion as a basis for all its projects. Their study is
supplemented by frequent visits to places of his-
toric importance. Various members have given
talks on places of local interest. They also have
had several guest speakers Whose talks added to the
learning of the club members.
International Relations Club
One of the latest undertakings at Trenton High
School is the International Relations Club. Spon-
sored by the Carnegie Endowment for Interna-
tional Peace, these clubs can be established all
over the world.
Organized by J. B. Honeycutt, history instruc-
tor, the club has proved interesting to those stu-
Fizxv! Ron' fleft to rightj-Norma Williamson, Anne Cahel,
Marji Johnson, Lucille lloneycutt. George Acolia tVice-Presi-
clentj, Jozef Bobik 1Pre-siilentj, J. H. lloneycutt Jr. C'l'reas-
nrerj. Regina Garharczyl: tSecretaryJ, Julianne Crouse, Elea-
nore llarris. Florence Schiffman. Scrvnd Rort'fM. Smger,
lieverly Cook, Naomi Alexander. Lewis XYoodman, VVilliam
dents who want to do something about world
affairs. The purpose of the group here is i'To gain
culture through reviewing the current affairs of
Under the leadership of President Joseph Bo-
bik, the club has had some moving discussions
about our foreign policy at this time.
Hogan, Carmin Liccardo, Joseph Chopko, Herbert Blumen-
thal, George G. VVhite, Dot Holzer, Phyllis lianicki, J. B.
Honeycult tsponsorj., Third Row-Marion Stephens, Mar-
garet Coleman, Jerry Adler, Sam Gurney, George Allen, Harry
Klan. Herman Fuchs. Ralph Di Quinzio, George Deodata,
193 8-1939-Blissful sophomores
Overcome with pseudo-importance,
we bustled into Trenton High'School in
the dim ages of the past. After riding in
the HD" building elevator and coming
in contact with oHice-boy Leefeldt, we
discovered to our own amazement that
we were nothing but ignorant "soph-
moronsf' Conscientiously, we cast ballots
for our class ofiicers. The majority of
them bore the names of Giambelluca,
Andrews, Martiska and Malmud.
A whirling 'fSoph Hop" was the shin-
ing social activity of that year.
With studied nonchalance we strolled
back to school, pleased with the idea of
having someone 'fbeneathm us. Easily get-
ting into the swing of things, we organ-
ized the junior class early by electing our
ofiicers, Griffiths, Andrews, Maruska,
Our social activities grew as we did.
Crowning the social calendar was a spec-
tacular junior Dance, where we did
crown honey-haired lNlalla Brooks and
warbling jimmy Craig as our queen and
king. This was the year that the first
original operetta, f'Across the Dela-
ware," was presented. Its tunes and script
brought many a talent scout to Trenton to
see the show. Again our publications
came off with top-notch honors. With re-
gret, we said adieu to this, our junior
Trying to be bored and blase about the
routine matter of coming to school, we
began our final year with a definite bang.
We packed our bag, baggage, and
father's tie and scampered off to Wash-
ington for three memorable days and
On December S, 6, and 7, our play was
presented. No other school performance
could have held a candle to our senior
production, "The Torchbearersfl
A close class election revealed that our
senior ofiicers were James Craig, "Third-
Termitesl' Andrews and Maruska, and
Ambitious and resourceful the class of
'41 decided that in order to have a
Unamell band for the senior prom it
would hold a stupendous money-making
skating party. After that momentous
event, we stood with expanded chests as
we proudly reported that our skating
party was a huge success.
Keeping pace with the national defense
movement, T. H. S. chose and musically
executed f'The Chocolate Soldier."
The months flew. Our quintile ratings
were revealed. Our Bobashela pictures
were placed on the family piano or in the
cellar-as the case may have been. At
last, the senior prom, with its swishy
gowns and tight collars. Then the final
week of exercises. We were graduated,
draped in caps and gowns. Sadly we bade
good-bye as we lost our treasured status
as Hseniors and senior-itasl' of Trenton
Central High School.
ABRAMS, RICHARD J., Gen Bus.
ALITO, ANTHONY A., Goose, Acad.
ALLEN, DORIS L., Com.
ANTHEIL, FRED W., Ind. Arts A.
ARUNDALE, ANN D., Ann-Dot, Gen. Bus.-
BACKES, RICHARD J., Tiney, Gen. Bus.-
Hall Patrol, Musicale, Minor T.
BALL, EARLE, Hank, Acad.
BANGHAM, CLIFFORD F., Clif, Acad.-Serv.
Corps, Hall Patrol.
BARATA, DONALD G., Don, Acad.-Hall Pa-
trol, Safety Council, Chess and Checker.
BARCLAY, HENRY R., Ind. Arts B.
BARNARD, WILLIAM H., Ace, Fine Arts-
Stagecraft, Vice-Pres., Service T's, At-
BARTOLONE, VINCE P., Bubbles, Ind. Arts.
BELL, JANET M., Jan, Acad., Personality.
BELLINGER, ROBERT, Bob, Ind. Arts.
BENCK, ROY C., Ace, Ind. Arts A.
BENESTA, DANIEL J., Gen. Bus.
BERKOWITZ, NATALIE R., Nate, Acad.-Hall
Patrol, Spanish Club.
BICKEL, FRANK P., Chub, Acad.-Soph.
J. V., and Var. Football.
BINGHAM, LERANNER, Lfannie, Home Econ.
BLOCK, BETTY, Blackie, Acad.-Hall Patrol,
G. A. A., Drama and Radio.
BOGNAR, JOHN, Ind. Arts B.
BOWES, DANIEL A., Major, Ind. Arts A.
BOWMAN, RICHARD Y., Curly, Music-Band,
J. V. Football.
BREEDEN, LEE H., Acad.-G. A. A., Appa
ratus Club, Leaders' Corps, Spanish
Club, Hockey Team, Capt., Basketball,
Capt., Girls' Bowling, Archery, Mail
Tournament, Minor T's.
BROOK, JOHN, Jessie 1a1ne.r,' Ind. Arts A.
BRUNI, ARTHUR L., Peppers, Ind. Arts A-
Let's Dance Club.
BUSHNELL, ELLSWORTH C., Bnshy, Acad.-
Shop Safety Council, Sec.
BYER, FRED, Ike, Acad.-Naturalist Club,
Treas. , Vars. Tennis, Vars. Cross Coun-
try, Vars. Track.
BYRA, KATHERINE, Sec.-G. A. A., Skating
Club, Americana Club.
CARLTON, BOB K., Slinz, Ind. Arts B-Soc-
cer, Service T'S, Basketball.
CARR, CHARLES, Puppy, Ind. Arts, Public
Address System, Service T.
CARNALL, MARGARET R., Peggy: Acad.-
Personality Club, Bulletins, Service T.
CHAPMAN, NIORTONQ Fine Arts-Band, 3
yrs., Music Award.
CHATY, JOSEPH F., Sonny, Acad.-Print
Club, Service T.
CHIARELLO, CATHERINE, Kay, Selling-
CLARK, THOINIAS J., P0rk,' Gen. Bus.-H. R.
Pres., 2 yrs., Basketball, Minor T.
COHEN, JULIUS B., Ynd, Accounting-H. R.
Pres., Hall Patrol, Aviation Club.
CONTI, ALDA I., Gen. Bus.-H. R. Pres.
COONEY, EILEEN E., Gooney, Acad.-Serv.
Corps, Hall Patrol, Jr. Historical, Jr.
Red Cross, Natl. Honor, Spec. Staff,
Honor Medal, Minor T.
COSTANTINI, ERNEST, Ernie, Acad.-H. R.
Cox, JAMES E., Acad.-H. R. Pres., Pres.
COXON, GEORGE F., Ike, Ind. Arts-Ameri-
CUBBERLY, DOH'LE P., Cueball, Gen. Bus.
CUTTING, CLARISSA C., Kitty, Home Econ.-
CZAPLICKI, RAYMOND A., C1l1'f?S,' Ind. Arts.
DANA, NEWTON, Newt, Acad.-Swimming
Team, MIHOY T.
DYANGELO, DANIEL, Duggan in Boots: Gen.
Bus.-Football, Basketball, Track.
D,ASCENZO. Samuel J., Fnllbark, Acad.-
DEWAR, LLOYD G., Sandy, Ind. Arts B.
DICOLO, VICTOR, Guido, Acad.-Dance Club,
DIDUN, ANDREW, Andy, Gen. Bus.
DI FRANCISCO, DANIEL J., Ind. Arts B-Var-
DI GUISEPPE, IDA P., Dec, Gen. Bus.-Social
DITTRICH, FRANCIS G., Adolph, Ind. Arts A.
DRINGRUS, JULIA I., Judy, Gen. Bus.-
Americana Club, Skating Club.
DUCKWORTH, JAMES C., Ducky, Gen Bus.
ELLIS, ALBERT L., Al, Ind. Arts.
FARRINGTON, JOHN T., Jack, Acad.-Belles
FASKE, DONALD S., Gen. Bus.-H. R Pres.,
H. R. Secy-Treas., Soph. and J. V. Foot-
FISHER, DOROTHY M., Dot, Gen. Bus.-G. A.
A., Skating Club, Americana Club.
FITZMEYER, ROY L., Fits, Acad.
FRANTZ, BILL T., Baron, Fine Arts-Foot-
FRASCELLA, FRANK J., Fish, Acad.-Soccer,
FRUSCIONE, JOSEPH J.: Gen. Bus.-H. R.
Pres., Pres. Council, Football, Base-
GASKILL, HARLEY G., Sec.-H. R. Vice-
Pres., Orchestra, Honor Medal, Serv.
GASPER, JOHN L., Gen. Bus.
GERBER, ROBERTQ Music-Orchestra.
GERDING, WILLIAM F., Bill, Gen. Bus.-
GIVENS, MATTHEW J., Give, Music-Band.
GNANDT, JOSEPH R., Joe, Fine Arts-Hall
Patrol, Vars. Smimming Team.
GOODWIN, WILLIAM, Brad, Gen. Bus.
GRAVER, JOHN H., Acad.-Naturalists Club.
GREGORY, ALFRED C. , Al, Acad.-H. R. Sec'y-
Treas., Boys' Science, Pres.: Glee Club,
Lib., Natl Honor, Honor Medal.
GUARNIERI, BRUNO R., Gulch, Acad.-Ital-
ian Club, Treas.
GULGEN, STEVEN, Stew.
HANSEN, ROBERT C., Swede-Hanse,' Gen.-
Print Club, Philatelic Club.
HARRIS, DAVE A.
HARTONCZYK, ANTHONY T., Hart, 81 Tony,
Fine Arts- J. V. Soccer.
HARTWELL, OLIVER W., Ollie.
HARVEY, JACK D., Acad.-Service' Corps,
Forum, Hall Patrol.
HAVRANKO, ALBERT, Bo, Ind. Arts.
HEATH, VVALTER J., Heater, Gen. Bus.
HENEBY, FRANK A., Gen. Bus.-H. R. Pres,
H. R. Vice-Pres., H. R. Sec'y-Treas.,
Clionian, Spec. Sr. Ass'.
HERXlEY, HORACE J., Are, Ind. Arts A-
Hall Patrol, VVireless Club, Electric
HILL, WILLIALI E., Bimlcerj Acad.-Track'
HIRST, DONALD A., Don, Acad.-Naturalist
HOFFMAN, JOHN H., Speed, Ind Arts B-
Vars. Track, Intra-Mural Champ. Track
HOLLENBERGER, LEOPOLD D., Hollis , Ind. Arts
HORNYAK, JOSEPH, Grcck, Acad.-Swim-
ming Capt, Track, Golf, Minor T.
HUTCHINSON, PETER B., Pele, Gen. Bus.-
Chorus, Hall Patrol. '
IVINS, HEI.EN C., Sis, Gen. Bus.
JANUKOWICZ, ANTHONY T., Sam, Ind. Arts
A-Woodcraft Club, J. V. Soccer.
JOHNSON, CLAIRE ELLA, Nirley, Acad.-H.
R. Vice-Pres. Service Corps, Hall Pa-
trol, Chair. Costumes Sports Nite,
ICACZAROYVSKI, FRANK, Clzesr, Ind. Arts
A-Chess 8z Checker, Photography.
KALAFUT, PAUL, Pcelecy, Ind, Arts B-
Americana Club, H. R. Vice-Pres.
KAPLAN, MARCELLEQ Marley, Acad.
KARWASKI, PETER S., Red, Gen. Bus.-Glee
KEEPHART, WILLIAM K., Will, Gen. Bus.-
KEDIBLE, DELPHINA D., Dcllie, Fine Arts.
KERR, EDWARD B., Ed: Acad.-Band, Drum
Major, Service T's.
KING, THOMAS A., Tom, Music-Band,
KOLZER, VICTOR, Vic, Acad.-Varsity Swim-
ming, Capt., Minor T, Major T.
KOVACS, HELEN B., Acad.-G. A. A., Skat-
ers' Club, Minor T.
KRASIEW'SKI, ALOIS P., Ind. Arts A-H. R.
LASKY, EDWARD L., Ed, Ind. Arts B.
LAVIS, STANLEY, Stan, Acad.-Press, Lau-
reate, Correspondence Club.
LE COMPTE, LOUISE, Pete, Home Econ.,
Correspondence, Glee, Philology, Lau-
LEGGETT, WILLIAM O, Sec.
LLOYD, FRED W., Butch, Fine Arts-Stage-
craft, Pres., Service Corps, Correspond-
LOGAN, HAROI.D G., B1z.1',' Acad.-Service
Corps, Hall Patrol, Cross Country,
Band, Soph. Football, Minor T.
AIEZZETTI, PETER A., Acad.
NzKC2Y, STEPHEN, Ind. Arts B.
NAPOLITANO, PAUL A., Acad.-Tennie, Bas-
ketball, Minor T.
N1-:wcOMB, HAROLD W., Rc.:-,' Acad.-Drama
NEWLIN, IRVING L., Cap, Acad.-Dramatic
Club, Track Mgr., Minor T.
NICKOLAS, MARGUERITE S.3 Peggyg Acad.-
H. R. Vice-Pres., Leaders' COrps3 G. A.
A.3 CliOnian3 Ballet3 Spec. Bus.3 Musi-
O,GOAMAN, WILLIAM 1.3 Bill: Gen. Bus.-
H. R. Vice-PreS.3 H. R. TreaS.3 Minor
PALFY, ALBERT L.3 Gooseg Gen. Bus.-1. V.
Soccer Mgr. A
PANTON, ARMAND 1.3 Arc, Gen. Bus.-
PAPP, CHARLES W., Gen. Bus.
PARSON, HELEN 1.3 Gen. Bus.-Orchestrag
Ballet3 Tap Club3 Vice-Pres.3 Cheer-
leadersg Honor Medal.
PASELA, JOSEPH C.3 Jong Ind. Arts A-
H. R. Vice-Pres.
PAWLUKEWICH, TONYQ Pawlukeg Ind. Arts
-H. R. PreS.3 Let's Danceg Pres. Coun-
cil3 Hall PatrOl3 Soccer, Capt.3 Swim-
PETRINO, PAT D.3 Teachers Prep.
PIEPSAK, JOE E.3 Rody Ind. Arts-H. R.
Pres.3 Let's Danceg Hall Patrolg Pres.
Council3 Soccer Capt.3 Swimming.
PIscAPo, FRANK N.3 Ma111my,' Ind. Arts.-
POWER, VVILLIAINI K.3 Rcdg Acad.
READING, FRANK T.3 Bzzdg Ind. Arts-Hall
Patrolg Aviationg Dance Clubg Varsity
Track3 Footballg BaSketball3 Minor T.
REDNOR, CHARLES F.3 Chucky Acad.-Social
DZll1C6Q Belles Lettrcs3 Philosophyg H.
R. PreS.3 Pres. COuncil3 Service Corpsg
Hall Patrol3 Soph. Footballg Swim-
ming3 1. V. Tennisg Table Tennis3 Film
FHYCQ Cinematography3 Service T3 Mi-
REIN, GEORGEQ Juttg Gen. Bus.-Hall PatrO13
PlIilolOgy3 Philology Tattler.
REPASS, GEORGE E., Hodgcg Ind. Arts-
ROGALNY, HELEN C.3 H0113 Sec.-Hall Pa-
trol3 G. A. A.3 Skating, Vice-Pres.3
Bowlingg Modern Dancing3 Minor T.
ROSENTHAL, DAVID S.3 Ind. Arts.
ROSENTHAL, LOTTIE S.3 E103 Gen. Bus.-
G. A. A.
SAUBER, ROBERT C.3 Bob, Acad.-Art Club.
SCHNELL, GEORGE R.3 Hoolecyg Ind. Arts B-
Golf Team Mgr.
SCULLY, NTARGARET 1.3 Peggy, Home Econ.
SHEPHERD, ALTON 1.3 Tony.
SIVO, PETER P.3 Peteg Music-Class Treas.
'39, ,403 Forum3 Glee Club, Let's Danceg
Service Corps3 Service T.
SMALLWOOD, HELEN L.3 Mickeyg H. R.
SMITH. JUNE K.3 .S'mitty,' Gen. Bus. '
SMITH, LEON H.3 Smithyg Ind. Arts-
1. V. Football.
STOVER, DONALD E3 Smolecyg Acad.-H. R.
Pres3 Pres. Councilg Clinoian.
STRAKER, ANTHONY C.3 Chuckg Touyq
SUTNICK, NATHANIEL T.3 Nfaitg Acad.-
Service Corpsg Hall Patrolg Forumg
Quill 81 Scroll Spec. Bus.3 Varsity
Swimmingg Press3 Service T3 Minor T.
SUYDAM, 1OHN E.3 Red, Ind. Arts.
SZYMANSKI, MICHAEL F.3 Mickey, Gen. Bus.
TALLMAN, 1AIxIEs H., Ind. Arts A-Cross
TALLON, RUTH A.3 Skating.
THORN, ESTHER F.3 Essicg' Gen. Bus.
TOME. MAURICE U.3 A1'i.:0na,' Gen. Bus.-
Hall Patrolg Varsity Football.
TROTTO, GABRIEL 1.3 Chippy, Ind. Arts B-
Let's Danceg 1. V. Swimming.
URBAN, PHILIP W., Acad.-Musicale.
VERNAM, EDMUND B.3 Edg Acad.-Track3
Cross COuntry3 Football.
WALKER, MARGARET F.3 Zllaggieg Acad.-
Costume 3 Americana.
WALSH, WILLIAM P.3 Billq Acad.-H. R.
Treas.3 Varsity Footballg Basketball.
WALTAN, RUTH H., Fine Arts-Leaders'
COrps3 Skating3 Americana.
WATSON, BETTY N.3 Belfry' Gen. Bus.-
PhllOlOgj'Q Americana, Ed.-in-Chief 3
WEAVER, MARIE 1.3 Home Econ,-Glee Club3
WHITEHEAD, SAMUEL C.3 Whifyg Gen. Bus.
WIEDENHOEER, PAUL A.3 Lefty, Gen. Bus.-
Radio AppreciatiOn3 Naturalists.
WIEGER, WILLIAM3 Wig, Acad.-Social
Dance3 1. V. Swimmingg Soph. Swim-
Hllligj Spec. Bl1S.j Minor Staff.
VVILLIAMS, EULA MAE3 Home Econ.
WILLIAM, VVILLIEQ Winkg Acad.-HiY.
WOLEE, VVILLIAM R.3 Baldyg Acad.
WOODS, DONALD L.3 Pompg Ind. Arts.
WRIGHT, ALCIAD, 1R.3 A13 Ind. Arts-Service
Corpsg Hall Patrolg Safety Council.
ZILKOWSKI, SOPHIE M.3 Pcggyg Gen. Bus.
ZIMMER, GEORGE 1.3 Acc't.
ZADWORNA, ANN,' Gen. Bus.-G. A. A.,
Leader COrps3 Skatingg Tennis, Arch-
ery3 Music Apprec.3 Minor T.
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