Vandergrift High School - Spectator Yearbook (Vandergrift, PA)

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NY T-wg X .N 1 1 .xxwfwssfww xwfswwfm A sfsfxssws no we-1 +- sssssssasfxxmss - 9 , Q ,.., Q V Q ,Sb , -' - Z my ' 4 : : ,A .4 F - - . , Q .Q Q 1 O 3, -1 -I Z 3 X 5 5 3 tu E73 rn rn If 1- Q O Cn w 2. :U U3 3 I' O 62. 7 U15- -- IP I . we O CD 0 Z CD Q' o ' f Z U: V' , ' 1 QP 5 JN 5 ...L Z Z 1 J f ,gvvxwxfxwxmvx www Q f' N2 OJ QD P-1 f . Y' 4'f'x4 The Spectator www sv- ff, I 4 666, "9 14 ,wg f I I 5-4 N90-DQOD'-4 4 V ss. NPCJDQI A TRIBUTE. We, the graduating class of 1932, as an expression of our ap- preciation to Mr. W. R. Williams for the four years of splendid service he has contributed to our high school, do most respectfully dedicate the 1932 Spectator XXXYXXYYXXXYNYYYY N N9 yi XX ? ,... .. Z 1 Z 5 Z 4 Z 3 9 3 5 Z 4 Z '11 E Q ll I 3 ? Z 5 4 Z 4YYYYXNYYYXNYXNYXNYYYYXK' ' s "4 I K .ggqge f-fgrfi' Q-Hr, r . R 42 XNNXNNNNNXNNXNYVXNNNXNNNNNX' J T110 Sflvcfzllor 45 A S 'S -5 if Q5 23 ya 3 YZ 'Y f Y X 9, x 22 22 5 zz 4 0 4 0 Q5 35 Q Q S v Za Q QS W 9 '5 0 X 22 it ri 1 7 3 2 Y' X In 2 'Z 3 2 gg v 9 Q S 5 Q S Z5 Mr. Charles H. Omo X 6 7 Q Superintendent of Public Schools 3 32 ' 5? 9 4 -S A 0 A Q 1? 5 A A A S 3 4 X,1,N,, Su. 11111111111 1111 111 31 1 E Mhwm The Spectator f AQXXXXXXXXX Nvvvwwwwvwwvwx five' ' N 5994 L. LOC!-729i-1 XJXXYY XX' X0X4X XYY XX XXXXXXX XX XXXXJX XWX Mrf john R. Kurtz Principal of Senior-Junior High Schools Q 0 4 1 0 Q o Q o 0 Q s 0 o o 0 0 E gh t XX5 XQXNNNQNXXNXXNXXN XXNXA MMA? W1 . I f , I wif QQ W x Y -9- 05. 69 avg?- :il 5- as .a CJ-341i-1 LN? fir . 99-A ,yt p.: The Sjvccfafor 'N B THB FACULTY Miss' Gertrude Adelson, B. S. 1fMiss Harriet A. Mitchell, B. S. Shortlzand Typewriting Spanish I and ll Miss Wilda E. Baniield JZ Miss Leona Newcome, B. A. Home Eronoinirs l English I Miss Imogene Bauer, B. S. Mr. Allan V. Nern, B. A. Junior Business Training .llusic Prem-li 1 H Miss Lucille Beck, B. A. if Miss Carolyn E. Nichols, B. Social Science Lalin I Q English I1 ylVIr. Wilmer C. Berg, B. S. Miss Mildred Owen, A. Biology Goncral Sciengc Junior High Social Science Miss Elizabeth Campbell, B. S. Miss Jennie Owens, B. A. Junior High 'Alliillfl1C'll1Gill'S Junior High Eiiglislz. I! Miss Margaret Coatsworth, B. A. k' Miss Emma A. Patton,.B. S. .fllgvbra II Plane Gconzctry Solid Geometry Miss Eleanor Culp Hgonommy Sci-rotary fo the 5'n1vvi-inicliilviit Mr. Theodore F. Rgsenzweig, S. ill l T' ' i ll " ' ' Mr. William D' Demchak, B. S. anna iariiciilgwh Fnoigfmizna mzcnng Physical Education Coach Basketball S , , , Mr. Edward W. Scott, B. . MISS Emilie Elllflooflv B- A- General Science Plzysirs Junior High hnglislz lvliss Elizabeth Evefharf, B. A. . Miss Olga Scott. ,. Junior High Reading .5iiivlu1,v and .School Librarian Miss Elizabeth Frank, B. A. ff' Miss Gertrude snydffff B- S- . American History llforld History Home Ew"0""U yy fjMiss E. Harriet Lewis, B. A. Miss Calla L. Stahlmann, B. A., M. . French I and II Latin Il, III and llf' n,-1: Miss Evelyn Love, B. A. ' English . Miss Esther English Miss Margaret Miss Mildred Stewart, B. S. Junior High flrithnictic II and III McDowell, B. A. HI and H, Miss Viola Sullivan, B. A. Ari E. McGeary, B. A. ,:1,,,fip,n jyfsggrv Ewgisl, 1 Mr. Harvey A. Warfel, B. A. l ' --l.i.risi'c11ii Principal fllgcbra I lfM1ss M. Cgneliza Ngahon, B. A. flnvien! Hirfory ' ge ra K - Mr. Wesley R. Williams B. S. Miss Johanna Mertz, B. S. - , ' - , Bookkeeping Law Salesiiiaiislzip Chmmmy Bwlogi lXMiss Elizabeth Miller Miss Kathryn Wilson, B. A. Physical Education Mario " Ten W . W w W f The Spectator Xzfifxxxf SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT TREASURER MILTON RUBIN "Rube" MARY HELEN MAXWELL "Helen S. P. Q. R. Club 1. Hi-Newsette 3, 4. Quill and Scroll 3, 4. Varsity Basketball 4. Student Council 4. Class President 4. "So lllllfhv one man ran do, That docs both act and know." VICE-PRESIDENT' ALBERT EDWARD JESSER "Al" S. P. Q. R. 1. "Importance of Being Earnest" Kiski Valley Press Club 3, 4. Quill and Scroll 3, 4. Hi-Newsette 3, 4. Class Officer, Vice-President 4. "'He's the sheile of czlery class, And makes a hi! with every Iam." SECRETARY 3. DORIS LUCRETIA YOUNT "D" S. P. Q. R. 1, 2. Class Basketball 1, 4. X. Y. Z. Club 2. Glee Club 2. Hi-Newsette 3, 4. Quill and Scroll 3. Mixed Chorus 1. Class President 1. Art Club 1. S. P. Q. R. Club 1, 2. Student Council 1, 2, 3. Vice-President 4. Basketball 1, 4. Captain 3. Manager 4. X. Y. Z. Club. Vice-President Class Vice-President Z, 3. Soccerball 3. Chemistry Club 3. Dramatic Club 3. Volley Ball 3, 4. Baseball 3, 4. Captain'2. Hi-Newsette 4. Class Treasurer 4. "Grace was in all her steps, Hec1f'eu in her eyes." HISTORIAN HELEN ELIZABETH RISING "Helen" Class Basketball 1. S. P. Q. R. Club 1, 2. X. Y. Z. Club 2. "Jerry of Jericho Road" 2. Dramatic Club 3. Student Council 3. Spectator Staff 1, 2, 3. , , Editor-in-chief 4. V166-President 4- Bi-centennial Club 4. SNES Cgulfl 31 4- P Class Historian 2, 3, 4. O ey a 4' "Good fin studies, ready for fun-, "Wire to resolve and patient to ferformf' .ilivays 'willing to help ei.'cryone." Twelve 'sk' . The Spectator SSX? BESSIE MARIE ANDERSON "Bessie" Dramatic Club 3. French Club 4. "And her smmy locks hang on her temjvles like a golden fleecef' EMMA LOUISE ANDERSON "Louise" History Club 3, Flying Fingers 4. "Nothing endures but person- al qualities." VICTOR JOHN ANDRULONIS llRudy!! S. P. Q. R. 1. Gym Club 2. Class President 3. Football 4. Varsity Basketball 4. Mushball 4. Math Club 4. Sec.-Treas. HThat 'which will come and -must come shall come wellf' TWILA MAY BARTOE "Tide" Art Club 1. Glee Club 2. "Jerry of Jericho Road" 2. "The American Girl" 3. Basketball 1, 3, 4. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Life Saving 3, 4. Volley Ball 4. Hi-Newsette 4. "E.L'ltGllSfl11fg thought and gain- -ing wisdom with each stu- dious year. JOSEPH BENEDICT BEDNARCIK Bing Orchestra 1 2 Science 4 Popular Song Club 4. The day is shirt the 'wort is much WILLIAM LE ROY BEIGHLEY S. P. Q. R. 1, 2. X. Y. Z. 2. Boys' Glee Club 1, 2. Dramatic Club Z, 3. Washington Bi-Centennial. Club 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. 12411 honest manfs 'word is as good as his bond." MILDRED LEAURA BLYSTONE lfMidli Glee Club 1, 2. Dramatic Club 3. Math Club 3. Life Saving Club 4. "'Curc to our coffin adds a nail, no doubt, and every grin, so llIf?I'l'jV, draws one out." FRANCES MABEL BROWN "Fannie" French Club 4. Washington Bi-Centennial. Club 4. "Tested and true as silz'er, Pure and rejined as gold." LEONA BELLE BROWN "Brownie" Glee Club 1. Periscope Club 2.' Dramatic Club 3. Flying Fingers Club 4. "She laughs at this, she laughs at that, lust keeps on laughing and never gets fat." JOSEPH STEELE BURKETT oe Art Club 3 Science Club 4 Popular Song Club 4. 'Costly thy habit as thy purst can buy But not e.rprcssed in ancy' rich not gaudy' For the apparel oft proclaims the man - f-of Xl .gtf 4 I? IADOOLOP-1 NX NYY' ' ' NNNXN 4X XNKNJXNX XX XNNNN XX f 7 4 K I 5 5 Z 4-4. 4 ' . . 1 ' : 4 - l i 1 t S Z . 5 l Z I f. 7. it 7 '32 5 3 7 . Z . 5 'J t f -ot K IT I I . L vvxwwwvwxwwwvxwvvxwwxf xwxw The Spccfafolf Brisas.- GLENN BURNHEIMER "Burnie" Hi-Newsctte 2. Science Club 3, 4. "lI"'isf' mrn my nothing in dau- gvrnzzs fi1m'.r." NELLIE VICTORIA BURNS -'Nelr' s. P. Q. R. 1. Class Basketball 1, 2. Class Baseball 2. Needle Work 3. History Club 3. Sewing Club 4. "U-'c are mfifcr .vo lzappy nor .so mzllappy .-Jr ive sufporv t1Ill'SC'l'i"'l'3 tu bran ARTHUR BUTCH "Artie" Class Basketball 1. .1 Basketball Varsity 2, 3, 4. Art Club 3. History Club 3. Class Mushball 3, 4. N Math Club 4. Science Club 4. "Tha roluzfc is hidden but lllc result is kl'I0'iUlI." ALVIN DEAN. BYERS scBudu Science Club 1. Football 4. "Blessed Ugrivlzlilzrv, ff -one l1lUC.YIl0f llafu' tan lIlI!t'fl of il." ANNETTE DOLORUS CALDERONE xcNettyx9 Sewing Club 1, 3. Spanish Club 2. Secretary- Treasurer. Flying Fingers 4. I'DL"If0Hfv, yvf f'l1l'6I'fIll, m'Ii'z'v, yvf res1'y11cd." STACEA J. CAPONAS CIS!! . Alliance Francais 3. Student Council 3. Swimming Club 4. Glee. Club 4. Spectator 4. "Ilfa1'a' of .flllzvns are tw lmrl. Gitw, O girffr mc back my l1carf." EMEDIO JOSEPH CAPRETTO uMi-ion S. P. Q. R. 1. Glee Club 1, 2. X. Y. Z. Club 2. Football 2, 3, 4. Track 2, 4. Spectator 4. Class Basketball 4. Basketball 4. Mushball 4. Bi-Centennial 4. "rHCl'0ES flzelrzsvlws had to fol- low bffhlllldf u lpvlllflllivfl' he want Z2cfm'v." WILLIAM JAMES COLAIANNI "Barrlie" Glee Club 1. Spanish Club 1. Gym. Club 2, 4., X. Y. Z. 2, 4. History Club 3. Art Club 3. Class Basketball 3, 4. Class Mushball 3, 4. t Science Club 4. "1 would Iii-'e thc slime life ot'- er, if I had to life again." JOIE LUCILLE COLE i Usillyv Art Club 3. Spectator - 4. Bi-Centennial 4. "Curly lzuili, babyfurf, Big gray l'.l'l'-l,' Oh! surf: grace ."' HAROLD EUGENE COLEMAN "Buckets" Football Z, 3, 4. Dramatic Club 3. Class Basketball 4. Spectator 4. Mushball 4. "The blush is bmuliful. But .vonzetinles i11ronz'wzient." A sws p0,,,.,,.0,, vfXSSfXwf XY3YXXXEfXiGfB'X59-P F-bs? D1 T110 S15CC'l'flf07' EDWARD DAVID CLARK UEd!! Nature Club 3. Science Club 3, 4. Spectator 4. Bi-Centennial Club 4. JE'Z'l'!',l' 1111111 is a f1oI11111e, If ,W111 know haw to read Ill-Ill.,- ESTHER MAE CRAMER HS!! Student Council 1, 2, 3. Life Saving 2. "Jerry of Jericho Road" 2. Needle Work Club 3. Flying Fingers 4. or .YOIIIC nzusf walvlz, while Slllllt' llIl1Sf .fl1'e1P,' S0 1'1111.v fllc world aIvay."' .-If KENNETH BERNARD CRAWFORD "Whitie" X. Y. Z. Club 3. Art Club 3. Class Basketball 4. Math Club 4. "I 11111 not now, Thu! wlzzrlz 1 flt1T.'C lrccuf' WALTER LEIGHTON CUTHBERT llcussyfl Football Manager 4. "1lJi11v'.r not a11 idle l'fl1l5C.U ELIZABETH MARGARET DAVIS uBettyu Hi-Newsette 1, 2, 3. Editor-in-Chief 4. Class Basketball 1. Girls' Glee Club 1, 2. Art Club 1, 2. La Circula de Espanal 2. "Jerry of Jericho Road" 2. Class Treasurer Z. Press Association 2, 3, 4. Mixed Chorus 3. "The American Girl" 3. Student Council 4. Quill and Scroll 4. "1 will 110, clzaore what 111111151 111e11 dc'si1'e Bccczzue I wlll not j11111f1 w1rl1 10111111011 Sfllllfi' CATHERINE ELIZABETH DAVIS "Kate" Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4. Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. X. Y. Z. Club 2. "Jerry of Jericho Road" 2, Class Baseball 2, 3, 4. Soccer Ball 3. Volley Ball 3, 4. Spectator 4. Bi-Centennial Club 4. "l'lc1'c"s to Kata, the High .S'vI100l'.r wiftivst. If you ark ns, we tlzink slwlv flu' p1'eH1'c.vf." DOROTHY LUCILLE DAVIS llDot!9 Class Basketball 1, 2, 3. . Glee Club 2. Class Baseball 2, 3. Dramatic Club 3. Bi-Centennial 4. "fl 111aide'11 fair, ll llldlhdfll jolly, Opposed to all tl1al's 71161011.- rlzolyf' MARGUERITE DELLA DAVIS Hpegl! Glee Club 1. Class Basketball 1, 2. Baseball 1, 2. Nature Club 3. Bi-Centennial 4. "ln hope to meet Slzorty again. .Jud lllllkt? our UZJSUIIFL? swam." IRVIN F. DENTZEL "Irvin" Dramatic Club 3. "Importance of Being Ear- nest" 3. Student Council 4. Hi-Newsette 4. "The dl'UlIlU'S laws. lhc' d1'11111n's l1af1'ct11x gave, lun' we limi lm? to lvlmxu, 11111.rl jflmzsc to Ima." VICTOR MATTHEW DIMSHO upopls Dramatic Club 4. 111011 hail cz .YPIIIHIT ace Fiftggn XNXNX'XNXNNNVYYYVYVYXNNYVNXXNN WILBUR CARL DOUTT "Douttie "Carrie Comes to College Swimming Instructor 1 2. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Dramatic Club 3. Swimming Team 3. "Ea-lv, dl'1'11lf, sleep, and be mer- ry... GEORGE MILLER DUNCAN "Murdock" Football 1, 2. Class Basketball 1, 2. Math Club 2, President 4. Varsity Track 2. Varsity Basketball 3. Captain 4. Class Mushball 4. Class Track 4. "f1l1.' ,Go fly your kite!" MARY ELIZABETH . f EISAMAN HMaryD Class Treasurer 1. Class Basketball 1. S. P. Q. R. Club 1, 2. X. Y. Z. Club 2. "Jerry of Jericho Road" 2. Student Council Z, 4. Hi-Newsette 3, 4. Quill and Scroll 3, 4. "Her very frown.: are fairer far Than smiles of other maiden.: are." V ' EMMA LOU PAUL JOHN GAILUS Cagie Spanish Club 3 X. Y. Z. Club 3. Varsity Track 3. Mushball 3 4. Football 4 Math Club 4. Basketball 4. Class Track 4 Bi-Centennial Club 4. 'll"f0llIf?ll are all alile. MARIAN ELIZABETH GEAHRY Betty . Student Council 1. Glee Club 1, 2. Art Club 3. Sewing Club 4. "'ll"'e can not fight for l01Je as men. may dog We should be woo'd, And were not made to woo." VELMA IRENE GEORGE "Vemmie" Orchestra 1. Spectator 3, 4. Glee Club 1, 2. Dramatic Club 3. Flying Fingers 4. "She was wer fair and ever proud, Had cm tongue at will, and was never loved." EFFIE LEOTA GOURLEY SiFiHJ! Art Club 1. Glee Club 2. "Jerry of Jericho Road" 2. Dramatic Club 3. Baseball 3, 4. Spectator 4. Class Basketball 4. 'XX 'X 4X New X' 'X XR Wx NYYY ' NYYVYXOYYYYXXX ax N'X ' . E E fo 'ro m 2. 9. Q S: 5 9 : : 5 t 4 : ' : 5 1 Z - 4 1 1 . l 5 Z LNDCDCDI-4 fs- Q - X . f f Z I 5 2 Z B- '- l QE Z N" - K E' - " ' 3 'ig.'. ' - i Q N H, A Z is 3 3. 1 2 I," . 7 H '. 'e l - . Z2 Ei S l f Q ' ' Y' 7 EZ- '-'. 5 .Mag - ,IU Z Eh ' . g ' lidh. 3 'T , .- re Z Ni ., - f g .I . 1 S ' 1 - , .- : 5 5 . . X 1 s I 1 4' 5 4 v...... .. .... N FLICKINGER llEmrna!! Science Club 1. Elderton High 1, 2. Glee Club 2. Spanish Club 3. Mythology Club 4. "Let 'no man alue at a lztllc pure A ntuous uouzcms comm! HARRY K FLOYD Ossle Basketball 1 2 3 4 Student Council 2 Pres 4 Football 2 3 Co Capt 4 Mushball 4 Gym Club 4 glozzous zu the field Volley Ball 4. "Her face with gladness over- spread, Soft smiles, by lmman kind- ness bred." JACK WATSOIN HADDEN if D Q Boys Glee Club 1 2 Jerry of Jencho Road 2 Student Council 2 4 Importance of Being Ear nest 3 Orchestra 2 3 Quill and Scroll 3 Pres 4 H1 Newsette 3 4 Kiskx Valley Press Club 3 4 Class Basketball 4 fomnalzsm is .lacks game IIUIIIC XXXXX NN WXNXXNXX XANYNXN NNN PHYLLIS JEAN HARDMAN "Phil" S. P. Q. R. 1. Glee Club 1. Art Club 1. Basketball 1. "jerry of Jericho Road" 2. Mixed Chorus 2. Student Council 3. "American Girl" 3. Dramatic Club 3. Life Saving 3. Sewing Club 3. Flying Fingers Sec'y 4. Spectator 4. "Sl1c'.vrl1e sweetest of our girls, A leader in- all sorial wlzirlsf' BLAIR HAWTHORNE "Blair" Student Council 1. Nature Club 3. Science Club 3. Advanced Science Club 4. 'llllodcsty bfrauzvs a ,young Illdllfu , HILDA M. HENDERSON HTOOGBD East Pike High school 1, z, 3. Life Saving Club 4. Glee Club 4. "Slack prctfy fo walk with, llfifty to talk, with, And pleasant foo, to think on." GEORGE A. HILL "Hill" Science Club 3, 4. Student Council 4. f'Earth- sounds his wisdom, and high lrva-zwu his jvraisef' SAMUEL DALE HULINGS J Dale Dramatic Club 3 Bi-Centennial Club 4 "Sr-Ning raillrrwv aside, lat alivud fa .l't'1'lUH.Y lllallvrs SAMUEL KISTLER HUNGER, Jr. usarnnnyn Football 1, 2, 3. Student Council 2. 1'Tcach vom' child to hold his langue, l'1a'lI learn fasl rnmzglz to slvcakf' MICHAEL N. JOHN lKMikeil S. P. Q. R. 1. Art Club 1. Science Club 4. Bi-Centennial Club 4. "The world knows :mthing of ifs greatest men." SARAH LENA KACHMAN "Sarah" Apollo High School 1, 2. Basketball 1, 2. Science Club 2. Vandergrift High School 3, 4. Spanish Club 3. Bi-Centennial Club 4. Glee Club 3. "To lH1j1I'0'Z-'L' unc's mind, is a 'worllzy anzbiliorzfj LEO A. KARAWSKY HZ!! Art Club 1, 2. Orchestra 1, 2, 3. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Hi-Newsette 3. Glee Club 3. DramaLic Club 3. "No rval.,v great man c'z.'cr tlmnghl' himself so." GLENN THOMAS KEARNEY Glenn Dramatlc Club 4 The wollds no bettci if 'wc lllllly Lifes no belief zf we vouy l4'f'4if'SifJSS!if5Sf Ki45S4.X54YYX4Ef'fi ' 4' 5 es Q-L DDCADQD 1-4:4 24 .4 .ffv , -4 A ' I ' Z E rf Co 52 5 1 N S. 5 A A : 5 Y M I 7 BA .. 5 . . A 4 - ' Z 1 J f-1 J . . 5 1 7 .t . . 7 5 . Y Q Q Raw-swwvvwv ' Nwvx Nxwv f-N X Tllt? Sfeclclfvr 5fxQ' 0 .x,, . as A6595 . VX? ,ge r'1S'5f5'3'WfSfXE LOCJJ-CH-1 ' .rzs6612f2N xr .- 'S AUDREY ANN KNAPPENBERGER KKNappyD A. H. S. A. A., 1, 2. Student Council 3. Spectator 3, 4. Dramatic Club 3, 4. hll'1Illl'l"Z"l'I' is 'worth doing at all is worllz. doing wall." OLGA M. E. KREPOL "Pert" Glee Club 1. Student Council 1, 2. "The American Girl" 3, 4. Press Club 3, 4. Quill 8: Scroll-3, 4. Hi-Newsette 3, 4. good-narurcd .vnlila for all, and a broad grin far fln' 0flLer.v." ANTHONY KRIZONSKY nsrronyn X. Y. Z. Club 2. Band 3, 4. Glee Club 3. P. S. C. Club 4. Science Club, Sec'y 4. "He .vets his heart on the goal, not the 1u'1'sa." WALTER JAMES LACE, Jr. , KiJim7Y Class Pres. 2. "Jerry of Jericho Road" 2. Student Council, Vice- President 3. "Always lzappy, 11C7,'CI' glnnz Makes a bright and cheerful rlnunf' . ' ANGELO JOSEPH ' LE DONNE ' uAnge1:: Science Club 3, 4. more quit-f bay you never did src." SAMUEL STANLEY LINGENFELTER "Stan" Glee Club 1. X. Y. Z. 2. Student Council 2, 3, 4. Spectator 4. "And some that smile luwc in their lzvarls lnilllans of mis- chief." ANNE KATHRYN LIPANOVICH iKAnne!! Art Club l, 2. Spanish Club 1, 2. Student Council 1. Glee Club 2. Dramatic Club 3. Spectator 3, 4. Flying Fingers, Pres. 4. "fill aflorafion, duly, and ob- svri'ancc." MARGARET GRACE LITTLE Upegii Glee Club 1, 2. French Club 1, 2, 3. "Jerry of Jericho Road" 4. "American Girl" 3. Life Saving 3. Soccer Ball 3. Volley Ball 4. Spectator 4. '1SiIlL'L'1'l'fj' is the mark we haw placed upon her." ANN ELAINE LOGERO "Elaine" Glee Club 1, 2. Spectator 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Council 3. La Camaraderie 3. Volley Ball 3, Capt. 4. Class Sec'y 3. Soccer Ball 3. Bi-Centennial 4. "JTi.t a flecrsnrv fo know .milw- onc so naturally good-nm lured." DAN JAMES LOMBARDI "Lombardi" Class Basketball 1. Glee Club 1. Art Club 2. Periscope Club 2. Mushball 3. Spectator 4. Bi-Centennial Club 4. "1 donfr want to crab-but-" was Eigfmem Jkhhk Y5G The Spectator' Sinner: - f.n.1.hwp.a.p.a, NELLIE AMELIA C ' LUCHINSKY 4 B ktb l1'12'e11" EDWARD HUGH HS 6 3 . S- P. Q- R. 2, 3- MCDERMOTT History Club 3. Flying Fingers 4. "Of all fha girlx fha! v'r1' wax xcvn, Tllcrz-'.v nnnc .rn jim' as .Vr'IIy." WALLACE EDWARD H LUKEHART it Luke!! Arnold High School 1, 2, 3. Out-door Club 1. Hi-Y Club 2, 3. Dramatic Club 2, 3. "I-lurry! Hurry! Hurry!" 3. Football 3. Vandergrift High School 4. Dramatic Club 4. Student Council 4. Basketball 4. " H-"0of-'wnaf-wo HIFI! ."' ALBERT FRANKLIN LYNCH HAI!! Art Club 1, 3. Class Basketball 1, 4. Student Council Z, 3. Bi-Centennial Club 4. "To what lzalvpy arcidvzzt do we own this Illll7.l'fH'l'ft?d visit." EDITH MAE MACCLAREN "Edith" S. P. Q. R. 1, 2. X. Y. Z. 2. Dramatic Club 3. Spectator Staff 3, 4. Bi-Centennial Club 4. Student Council 4. "Charm .vtrihc.s' the sighl, bm' merit 'whrs fha so'uI."' FRANK CHARLES MCCLELLAN "Sailor" Dramatic Club 3. Bi-Centennial Club 4. "I have no 'wife to IJOHIFI' my life, So I paddle my own canoe." 'iq' Nizzefeun WW' "Bm'nusc I would Iiw qzlivfly. I say nolliingf' OWARD FRANKLIN MCELHANEY "Tack" ' Class Basketball 1. Glee Club 1. ' "Jerry of Jericho Road" 2. Dramatic Club 3. "Oh, tlmsr girlsf' ESTHER ELIZABETH MCINTIRE "ESS" Student Council 1, 3. X. Y. Z. Club 2. Needlework Club 3. Bi-Centennial Club 4. Hi-Newsette Staff 4. "Better bv small and slim than Iargr and l'fl.Yf ri .vl1adow."' JUNIOR PETER MCVEY "Scotty" Advanced Science Club 3, 4. "'Men. gf grcat minds speak but few wm'ds.'J ' THADDEUS MARION MACHNOWSKI c4May-mean Periscope Club 2. Dramatic Club 3, 4. Spectator 3, 4. "He has but one parallel, him-- 3 Z f. z? 3 v .Z zs Y. Z 4 iz 12 Q Q 74 5 S5 3 'Z x Ez 5 y 0 23 1 9 3 2 2 1. svlff' xx - l -ill-4 Y' J 5 S FRANCES PHYLLIS li MANGANELLA "French" Spanish Club 2. Flying Fingers 4. noonday qnirf lzolds flw lull." IDA DORA , MARCANTONIO 4 "Duckie" Art Club 1, 2, 3. Spanish Club 2. A Flying Fingers 4. A' Spectator Staff 4. 8 "Gentle tlmuglzls and mlm dc'- sires." st 3 Q ROBERT CHARLES Zg MOHNEY AA nBobu Student Council 1, 2, 3. - Bi-Centennial Club, Pres. 4. "Good at a fight, but bfilffl' af n a fvlayg O Godlika in gli-'lil!I. but the devil 2 to pay." 23 MAC WILLARD 22 MORRISON gg "Sickle" Q5 Class Swimming Team 1. 22 Student Council 1, 4. Track Team 2. . Science Club 3, 4. Basketball 4. Qg Spectator Staff 4. 4 "" Though. modest, on his en:- barrassed brow, 'S Nature has written, 'Gentle- 1nan."' Q FLORENCE IRENE MORROW - "Bi11y" 4 X. Y. Z. Club Z. A Dramatic Club 3. Art Club 3. 12 Flying Fingers 4. "A niodcsf miss 'lUll0II1 'wc' all admire." TS Tim Sf78CfCI1'07' Sikxraa rx AGNES GABREILLE MRASZ uFr0Styn Needlework Club Z. Life Saving 3, 4. "2-lll the king's horses and all the lcing's men., Clozlldlff duplicate tlzis girl u- gain." AIBERT DEAN ORR "Rube" Vice. Pres. Student Coun- cil 3. Art Club 3. Popular Song Club 4. Class Basketball Team 4. "An apple fleft in two, is no! nzora twins, Than fllrsc two t'l'UCIfllI'l?.V.H JOHN CHARLES OWENS ' stjackss Orchestra 3. Science Club 3. Class Treasurer 3. President 4. "Far from ns to critiricv, One who alzc.-zzys looks so -wiscf' ISAAC RAYMOND PHILLIPS NRayD Orchestra 1. Art Club 1. X. Y. Z. Club 2. Student Council 3. Hi-Newsette Stall 3. Dramatic Club 4. "Inst quiet enough to get along with and noisy enough to bv 1'm1zw11bcrc'cl." STELLA ELIZABETH PLOCHA "Sugar" French Club 1. Needlework Club 3, 4. "'By her tfirtnes lnaynified, Always qnmf and dzgnincdf' Reef' N N Twmfy awww I. of kfvfvi 'X5'.36995fi!iSif'f 'ff' f"9f55i'v9W5'i i-4 CJD iD NJ Nf56SXfYJSiMi!iSi'si9Sfv'xMf5 T110 Sj10Cl'Cl1'0l' LAWRENCE FRANK RASCKAITORE "Lunzi" Latin Club 1. "A Prince There Was" 1. Student Council 2, 4. Bi-Centennial Club 4. "Small, but so is cl sfirk of dyn- flllll-fC.'u PEARL JANE RAVICCHIO "Pearl" French Club 1. Glee Club 1. Basketball Team 2, 3. X. Y. Z. Club 2, Baseball Team 2, 3. Spanish Club S. S. P. Q. R. Club 3. Dramatic Club 3. "find every lilllc rnr' cizsliams ci. heart." MARTHA ELIZABETH REARICK "Martha" S. P. Q. R. Club 1. Class Vice President 1. Hi-Newsette Club 1, 2. "jerry of Jericho Road" Z. X. Y. Z. Club Z. Student Council Z, 4. Bi-Centennial Club 4 Spectator Staff 4. "Slnall of lslalimi, bobbvci of hair. This little girl is .rwvvt anil fair." AIDA EMILY RIGGLE "Aida" - Student Council 1. Needlework Clrb 3. Bi-Centennial Club 4. Spectator Staff 4. "ll's nifv ln ln' natural wlivn. yoifrv naturally nite." DENZEL F. RILEY HRed,Y History Club 3. Science Club 4. X "'Silc1n'c is goldcnf' RAYMOND LAVERNE RISHER scBusu Orchestra 1, 2. Bi-Centennial Club 4. "Tall or slwri, wlzat .should we care? Bus is a goud spur! anywlzcre."' VIOLA A. SCHIMF livin Dramatic Club 3. "'Ti.v SOIIZPNII-llg io be willing in Ftllllllldlld, lgllf my best praise is that I".'n, your friend." PAIGE SCHWEIKART "Bill" French Club 3, 4. "Tn .src her is to think hcr qnietf to know her is to .share lim' llIil'HI.U KELLY P. SCUILLO "Scuillo" Student Council 1. Art Club 1, 4. Class Basketball 1, Z, 3, 4. Mushball 2, 3. - Football Manager 4. ".+lfl1-illcs abscnl, was Achilles Mill!" LUCY ANNA SCUILLO 4:1-'ucyn Flying Fingers 4. Hi-Newsette 4. "I-Im' flushing eyes the gascrs xlrikc, -flnd like the snn, 'warm all u- lilee."' 1" Twenty-one K MARY AGATHA SEIGWORTI-I usiggien Basketball 1, 3, 4. Choral Club l. S. P. Q. R. 1. X. Y. Z. Club Z. Soccer Ball 3. Volley Ball 3, 4. Chemistry Club 3. Dramatic Club 3. Bi-Centennial Club 4. Spectator 4. "Il is fl 'lU0lllUIlfS rmismz. Io .my I will do surll a thing becauscf, GEORGE KIEBLER SHAFFER "Shafe" Orchestra 1, 2, 3. Band 2, 3. Dramatic Club 3. Spectator Staff 4. Basketball 4. ",-1 nzadcsf man. llt?'i'L'l' fallcs of 1IilllSL'lf.u LILLIAN ALDINE SHUMAKER "Lillian" Orchestra 1, 2. S. P. Q. R. 1, 2. French Club 3. Dramatic Club 4. "Self-rv:'e1'c11rv, self-km:'wIrr1'gf', self-ror1f1'0l."' FRANK CHARLES SILVESTRI "Banks" Science Club 3. Football 4. Spectator 4. Dramatic Club 4. - Bi-Centennial Club 4. ".-In lzanesf man, Cl0.T!?-IJllHUl1- ed to flzc chin, Broadflnfll zc.'l'fl10uf, and a 'Zi-'tll'll! lzcarf zc'iI'l1fn." FRANK VICTOR ' SILVESTRI urrugyu Football 1, 2, 3. Spectator 4. V "Ono fauna! nltc'a,i'.v bv ar lwro. .. But Ullt' can alrvay.v be a lllflll. i Tllc' S17c'c?fal'0l' EDITH ROSALYND SILWARE uEdyn Glee Club 2. ' .Needlework Club, Pres. 3. Flying Fingers 4. Hi-Newsette 4. Press Club 4. "Edith is a logical girl In dix- lrlny the lalvsf Myles." ALBERT RUSSEL SMITH URUSSH Advanced Science Club 4. "Ho umy be quit-1, bu! lzcix a good fellow." MARY ELIZABETH SMOLUKAS NMerry!! Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Class Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Periscope Club 2. Life Saving 3, 4. Soccer Ball 3. Volley Ball 3, 4. D Dramatic Club 3, 4. "Happy-gc-luclcy all the day long. If slzc fflllf clzaftwizzg, SONIC- flzing is wrong." ALFRED J. STEELE HAI!! Science Club 4. ".l!e11. of few words make ilu: best of men." IRENE C. STEMPLINSKI URena!l X. Y. Z. Club 2. Periscope Club 2. Glee Club 2. Hi-Newsette 3, 4. Dramatic Club 3. Press Club 3, 4. Flying Fingers, Vice President 4. "ll"lm knows nothing base Fears ILUHIZITZQ known." Y'fc1U1lfV-f'iQv0 xfxefx'X4l The Spectator wxx HELEN ALVERDA STIFFLER ucurlyn Periscope Club 2. Student Council 2. Dramatic Club 3. Needlework Club 3, 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Vol1ey,Ball 1, 2, 3, 4. "Good to look njian, bellel' to know, .llany a friend and not a foo."' VEDA PEARL STITT "Stittie" French Club 3, 4. "She may be slzort, but yan'll Iiamr to go a lang way to jimi a girl as e,ll'ieient." THOMAS ELLSWORTH STUCHELL rtrronlan Art Club 2. Swimming Team 2. Football 2, 3. Class Basketball 2, 4. "Better: late than net'er." THELMA IRENE TOUSSAINT "Two Cents" Student Council 1. Dramatic Club 3. Spectator Club 3. Spectator 4. Glee Club 1, 2, 3. "Haw yan not lzeurel it said full oft, A 'iU0lllUIl'.Y nay doth .Yland for nanglztf' ' All In-e, lIU'ZC' tweak a thing the lzeart of woman i.r!"" JACK ALLISON TRUBY HMikeH Glee Club 1. Aviation Club 3. Cheer Leader 4. Spectator Staff 4. Vagabond Club 4. "As the wittiest, he knows no! defeat, .-Ind as a elzeer leader, llc ean"t be beat." FRANK FRED TURANO KSFu!, S. P. Q. R. 1. Art Club 1. Class Basketball 1, 2. Glee Club 1, 2, 3. Dramatic Club 3. Spanish Club 4. A "BL"Zi'l1l'!' of onr own Dr. lin- ll-Ianrlzn Yon may take his drugs, anfl like lzinz too."" AMBER TURNEY "Amber" Girls' Glee Club 1. Drawing Club 3. Spectator Stal? 4. Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4. "None can lzer place H.S'llI'fl.n MARY ANNA URIK "Marienka" Glee Club 1. Class Basketball 1, 2. Class Baseball 1, 2. Needlework Club 3. Flying Fingers 4. Hi-Newsette Staff 4. Press Club 4. "Quiet, sober, ye!'not 'wiflzonl glee. always found where slzc ought to be." HIPPO JOSEPH VENIS HI-lip!! Glee Club 1. Orchestra 1, 2. Science Club Z, 3. Student Council 3. "If I eonld rlzange the Golden Rnle, Ill make il, fGit'e no tests 'in srl1ool.," MARY DOLORES VIROSTEK cssauysa Glee Club 1. Needlework Club 3. Dramatic Club 3. "The noblest mind, the bex! cou- tentlnent has." few TM,,,fy,th,.c,, x,fx.ssxxxxxfwxsssxmxMaa SN Y NXNN NQYYXNXNXNNAQYYYXRNNYYYYYYXA ISCJDCI--K '!if59f0fi!i5SiSX'fif'.if2S5ff51 +99- xxxxxxxxxxxxwxxxxxwxxxxxwx The Spectator 2LfXi1pYi1X5fi9f3 4X 4XY JOSEPHINE MELBA WAGNER KCJOH Art Club 1. Soccer Ball Z. X. Y. Z. Club 2. Mixed Chorus 2. S. P. Q. R. 1, 2. Dramatic Club 3. Hi-Newsette 4. Life Saving Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Baseball 2, 3, 4. Manager. Volley Ball Z, 3, 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Capt. Swimimng 1, 2, 3, 4. "Jo has mriw' bran. held by bonds, , liar you know, 'Gentlemen pre- fer l1loudi's."' HAROLD MORRISON WALKER llBun!l S. P. Q. R. Club 1. Art Club 3. X. Y. Z. Club 4. Gym 3. History Club 3. Class Mushball 3, 4. Basketball 3, 4. ".-lad 'zcrlzvii a lady's in tlzu msc, You know all other llziuys yitfc f'latz'." VIOLET RUTH WEIMER Hvili X. Y. Z. Club 2. French Club 3, 4. "'1'ilin11 tressvs manly imjfcrial ravi' vnsnarc." CHESTER WILSON lKBus!! Science Club 1. Vice Pres. X. Y. Z. Club 2. History Club 3. Advanced Science Club 4. "Cl1vslv1' looks basl1,.l and sozzzctinzvs aslvcp, But have you kvard said, 'Still waters run. deep?" FLORNELL MURIEL WIRICK "Nel1e" South Fork Hi gh School 1. Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Spectator 4. Girls' Reserve 1. Vandergrift High School 2, 3, 4. Dramatic Club 3. "jerry of jericho Road' 2. Bi-Centennial Club 4. "On 'with the dam'a.' Lvl joy ba Itlll'0l1flllL'd,' No sleep till morn. 'zalurlz youth ALICE RITA YAKULIS iKArmy!! Basketball 1. Baseball 3. French Club 3. Mythology 4. Spectator 4. S. P. Q. R. Club 1. Glee Club 1. Advanced Science Club 3. Spectator Staff 4. Band 1, 2. Orchestra 1, 2. ":lI,v.to11yizc williin my lips I rainy For who talks lllllfll must talk in ':'oiu."' FRANK LONG YOUNG S. P. Q. R. Club 1. Glee Club 1. Advanced Science Club 3. Spectator Staff 4. Orchestra 1, 2. "I do dart' do all that dovs bc- rnurr a man, ll"lm darvs do more is nano." MARIE ANNUNCIATA ZELONKA "Greenie" - Dramatic Club 3. Glee Club 1, Z. Life Saving 3, 4. ".-I little fvcovvful homo Izoumls all my 'wants and 'wislzcsf' ANNA MARY ZOGAS llAnn!! Glee Club 1. Basketball 1. Dramatic Club 3. Life Saving 3, 4. "To know her was in itself o flr'as11l'c." VINCENT RICHARD ZUCARO lCBunsY, X. Y. Z. Club 1. Glee Club 1. Advanced Science Club 2. Dramatic Club 3. Hi-Newsette 3. Spectator Staff 4. Band 4. Student Council 2, 3. "An ambitious student to-day. and pleasure meet." .fl successful man to-morrow." xsmxxxw y'm,,f,.-f0,,,,- :4a.fff'fff'fxxxxf+fwefxf xwxx X o9f T110 Sft?CfUl0l' x 5 fs A 1 Z2 CLASS HISTORH 44 1928-1932 . . . On that eventful morning, September 6. l92S, two hundred and thirty- Zg eight freshmen prepared to enter X"C11ClC1'g'.1lt High School. How it hurts me ' to remind you, O fellow classmates, of that first year! But we deserve credit 3 because wc went through with a brave front. , . . . i lhe first thing we did was to elect class otticers: K President' Helen Maxwell Secretary' Elirlbeth Milliron 5 .. k I C . , ' ' 'K . . . Vice President: Ma: tha IQCZIYICTQ '1reasurer: Mary Llizabeth Eisaman 4,2 About the same time we chose Blue and Gold as our class colors. The S. P. Q Q. R. Latin Club was a new club which several of our members helped to form. XVe were especially proud ot our girls who excelled in basketball. The year ended successfully with the Freshman-Sophomore party. 4 Uur Sophomore year was rather a quiet and uneventful one. V st XN'e elected our class officers: it - President: james Lace Sec.etary-Treasurer: Betty Davis ' Vice President: Helen Maxwell Historian: Helen Rising 1 Several of our members took part in the play "jerry of Jericho Road." 7 Through the efforts of Algebra ll students, a Math Club was organized under 3 the name X.Y.Z. According to the Sophomores' viewpoint, our party with he Freshmen was '1 success tp t Y .. L . 1 1 c. . u I " We were very enthusiastic during our junior year because we had a goal to reach-Seniors! ,. As soon as possible we organized and selected as our class officers: President: Victor Andrulonis Secretary: Ann Logero X Vice President: Helen Maxwell Treasurer: Jack Owens I This year our class colors were changed to Black and NVhite. VVe then or- , dered caps, pennants, and emblems. The junior-Senior Prom ended our 7 year. Next year we would come back as Seniors! g Wie are now Seniors and our goal has been reached. The class has one hundred and twenty-five members. Wie nnally settled down and OI'gZl111ZCil, f 'hoosinfr as our class officers' 7 L c b 1 c 1 ce . 7 . . . . , g President: Milton Rubin Secretary: Doris Xount Z Vice President: Albert ,lesser Treasurer: Helen Maxwell f Z XVe held other meetings in order. to choose such things as our rings, pins, and Z pictures. Besides having our junior-Senior Prom, a school dance was held Z in order to raise money for the Spectator. Q So ends our four years. Wie are sorry to go and with a sad heart we say 7 goodbye to teachers and pupils. NVe hereby turn our responsibility over to 5 the next class wishing them success. 7 Helen Rising, Historian. 5 Q V wx Nxwxwv N Nxfxwxwvvvx 1'-wenfy--five 1 Wf The Spectator is K X ,xg K Q. 22 82 Qs 4 i2 ,H , vf 9 Wx S5 sf' W , Q 1 -, S5 1 ,5 6 Q ,s , ,S f 0 55 ,S fs is 21 S we 22 v2 ,I V QS 55 wg 0 is 72 9g W' ,, ,x 32 fi 1. 12 f W' K X V if 1 1 1 7 9 3 3 2 2 ,7 N Y' 22 1 :E '5 N S-V 4 3 IN MEMORIAM We, the dass of 1932, dedi- cate this page to the passing of f one of our most beloved class- mates. His courage, ability, and Q good sportsmanship have left Y Z: a deep impression on us who 55 44 are left behind. 22 A . 32 Louis Di Sabato , Z3 Eg Bom March 13, 1914. 2 Died November 8, 1931. 3 K1 22 fi 4 3, Z2 ,n SYXANXK y'M,,,,5.-s,g,- w A The Spectator SSXXS, FAREWELL Farewell, teachers, classmates, all We must leave the school behind For we must answer to the call Of higher hopes to find. This good old school we hate to leave But from it we must go. The many things we should receive Are far ahead, and so- Weubid adieu to one and all. The memories which we hold May often to us be recalled As precious, then, as gold. "Kate" Davis, T32 TMR Twenty-.raven 1 . 1 I The Spectator . . JUNIORS My, what curls! XVhat a girl! SO quiet. Hello, Bob. That I might he like Our Happer Student. Gentlen1en'S' choice. Never too late. SOn1eOne's Stenog. Mermaid. Thanks for calling. my brother. -2 ANDERSON, ELIZABETH .............. ANDERSON, MAXINE ...... . ...A ........ . I EAGOTAT, HELEN ..,...... ......... Z2 EAREER, MARY .................. ......... 22 BEGOLLY, SYLVESTER ..... ......... A EEIGHLEY, HELEN .......... ......... 5 BERNATTEMARY ............ ......... If BERNATT, JOSEPH ....... ......... Q BIRAM, EVELYN ............ ......... ELIAEES, MARCELLA ...... ......... BLOSE, EVELYN ............ ......... I BORTZ, ELSTE ............... ,........ BREITER, TERESA Z BROXVN,CLAIR ........ ......... 3 BROXVN, HELEN ......... ......... H BRYANT, ROBERT ..................,........... 4 . , CALDERONE, AUGUSTINE Q CALHOUN. JACK .....................,.......... A CLARK, EDNA ................... ......... 3 COEEMAN, HELEN ............ ......... tg COLEMAN, MARGARET ..... ......... COOPER, HARRY ........... 3 COSTRINI, HELEN ......... ......... CRAVENER, HELEN ........ C RAIXV FO RD, HOW' AR D ....... N A 1 LULP, MARTHA .................. 4 CZUSZACK, NICHOLAS ....... 95 2 DICKEY, GEORGE ........... 4 2 Q 2 , DILL, KENNETH ...... DOUTT, OLIVE ...... 4. 9 And do you know your Shorthand? F.enchie. I-Iandsome, or no? Red-headed Bally! Our VValter Iufinchelll -un...- .DO I like polka-clots? Ving Columbalee. Ooh, that blonde. Pahnolive'S representative. Sweligant. .........MrS. COOper'S boy, Harry. Gee, my work! A friendly little one. .........NfVhat a man, Specky! Disturhs not a soul. Mr. XVallace Hopper. ' ....-N.. Crust, please? Ihe uniorS l31'1I11 I xxifah I xx ere '1 blond f I A J y N . n n n I n u n n I A K 1 1 u l A n 1 A s s 1 . v- V C - 7120071 51,11 71 8 XNYYYYYYYYYXNYYYXNNYXXXXXXNXA 999659696 X 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 4 4 4 5 Z f -. X WfS!5f5fSf56655f566f3!5M,t Qlb-4 LOGO 'flv X59Q'S!S!5fiz. .bf 5999945990 5150 I 'Y DOXNNEY, JANE ........... DUNCAN. XVILLIAM ....... FERRARO. NAOMI ........ FLICKINGER, LOIS ........ FOREMAN, HENRY ...... PRAYER, LLOYD ........ GAGEN, GERALDINE ...,........ The Spectalor Saw .......Ol1, those eyes. real friend of the boys, but what a friend of the girls! .......l3eauty and art, are her snitors. .......So efficient! .......XN7l1at it takes to blow a trumpet "Mac" has. .......S0l116tl1ll1g between a hindrance and a help. .......Just call her Jerry, GEORGE, GXVENDOLYN ...... ....... N ot that I love study less, but that I GEORGE, D. ,PAUL ..... . GEORGE, H. PAUL ........ GEORGE, PAULINE ...... GRIFFITHS, ETHEL ...... GUMBERT, BETTY .... GUMBERT, ETHEL ........... GU RECKA, AN D REXN7 ....... HARKLEROAD, IVAN ............ I-IELHOXYSKI, XYALTER ...... HILTY, ERMA .................... . HINES, GEORGE ..... HUDSON, JANE ....... love fun more. Story? I have none to tell. One head above the rest! ......Twins? Wlell-Yes! Boy! W'hat a music maker. .......On, on, I speak always. hate to think yet at times one must. has a way all his own. ......He nionopolizes the Honor Roll. .......lXl'ake one more basket, Smiley. .......None better. .......Smallest big man. .......I'm sure care is an enemy of life. IRXVIN, KENNETH ........... ....... Y 'ou like the country air best, then? JASTRZEMBSKI, TEDDY .... ....... l Blessings on him who Hrst invented JELENIEXVSKI, THEODORE sleep. . ..... ..Is he a great man? Indeed, yes. ' JOHNSTON, ARGYLL ............ ....... I Ve, my trombone and I. JOHNSTON, HAROLD ..... KAIRIS, CAROLYN ....... KALEDA, MARIE ........ - s Our Pal! .......Sweetest kid in town. .......XN'l1e1'e are we going, Lil? Thirty ' X a-'rbsr.rrA'X51XE9f QfXYY3fX T110 Spectator sc. . A if 5 KARDOS. JOHN .................. V' KEARNEY, ANDREXV ...... . x KING, DAVID ................... t KINNAN, LOUISE . .............. K KIRKMAN, CAROLYN ...... . KNASKO, JOHN ............... I KOsTKA, MARGARET ...... 4 KRLJIAAR, ANDREW ....... 3 KUHNS, EDITH ........ LACE, KICK ...................... LAMANNA, PETE .............. . ig LAMPHERE, HARRIET ..... gg LONG, BERNARD ........ Q3 LONG, VVILRERT ...... -- LOVE, RICHARD ...... 1 LIIISI. LOUIE ......... 7 LYNCH, HARRY ..... . LYNCH, HELEN ..... 3 2 MAKONVSKI, MARY .... QQ MASSETTO, JESSE ...... 4: MATTHEXVS, EARL ................ Q. gi Q5 IXIASTROCINQUE, XX-IILLIAIXI 9 Q MAYER, MARY ...................................... MEANS. DOROTHY .... .. MILLER, HELEN ...... S 8 Q5 Q5 - Q M ILLER, KATHRYN ....... 52 IIINARIK, MARY .......... 6 MITCHELL, JOSEPH ......... r. A k MCCLELLAND, LUCILLE .... if MCKINSTRY, ALICE ......... .. 2 MI I CHELL, VERYL .................... ...... 'A A 4 K 5 A 3 . A MCLAUGHLIN, MELVIN ................ Debit this, and credit that. Extras! Extras! -Iust one more red-head. .lust plain Louise. Our vocal pride. Oh, what hair! A good student. One of those silent men. A-nother "brain" in our class. Sweet potato man. He does his best. Rhapsody in Blue. A regular guy. Long live the President. That eternal wad of gum! l1Vho dares dispute his theory? Little, but there's lots to him. Tiny-gee whiz! A congenial lass. Seen, but very seldom heard. One of our studious and handsome Juniors. Crying hard for a break. Wihat a peaceful soul. Excels in everything, does this fair lass. Because I would live quietly, I say nothing. Success should be her middle name. Platinum Number 2. A Ladies' Man. Tall, fair, and handsome. Too young to behave yourself. My only regret-I've but one tongue to use for my country. I'm not late am I? . 7 T11 iff v-0 I lg NNYYYYYXNYXNNYYYYYNYXNYXXXXXA xXXXXYYYYYXNYXNYXNYYYYYYXNYYYX OMASTA, MARY ................ ORLONVSKI, HELEN ..... ORR, DALE ..................... PANAGOS, HELEN ..... PANTZ, CARM ELLA ...... . PAOLI, JOHN ........................................ PATTERSON, CATHERINE ............ PAUL, SYD ..................... PAYTASH, ANNA ....... PETROSKE, STELLA ..... PORTER, OVVEN ........... PORTER, VIRGINIA ....... POUNDS, HARRY ................ PRESCOTT, CORI NNE ...... RAK, HELEN .............. RA M ETTA, IA M ES ......... RANKIN, RUTH ...................... ......... REARICK, FLORENCE .... REARICK, OLIVE ............. RICHARDS, NELLE ......... ROSENSTEELE, RAY ...... ......... ROINE, STEVV ART ....... RUA, FRANCES ...... RULIS, ZANEIDA ...... SACK, JOHN .......................................... SCH RECENGOST, ROBERT ............ SHAFP ER, RALPH .............................. SHAEFFER, DOROTHY ...... ......... SI-IAEFFER, ELLEN .......... ..... SHOOK, VIVIAN ............. SIMKO, IRENE ............. SIMPSON, ROBERT ..... SNYDER, BEULAH ..... ' wS The Specfator Ra- Does she know her shorthand! Silence is golden! And who am I? And does she dress? And coats and vests. God's gift to women. Valuable things come in small pacl ages. Make one more basket. Blond, and not peroxide. Teachers' joy and pride. Einstein's Protegy. Only one of her kind. A standard of measure. A modest miss. How about a compact? A teacher's most difficult problem Beware fellows, she's athletic Tell me about it! Dear, dear, I'm rushed! Oh, Kay! Another Cicero. Slow but sure. Neatness personified. Plain and sweet. The Plane Geometry XVizard. Ladies, Please! Genial Gentleman. The next prima donna. A regular artist. Those curly locks! A Another one of those perfect blondes. The ladies' man. lllirth and youth combined. Thirty-two x'nYX'n9 . The Spectator 'f wvxfvwwvvwwwxwxxx xxsxxxxxx SNYIJER. LURA ...... SPEKIS, JOHN ............... STEELE, PAUL .................. STEXNIART, VIRGINIA .... STITT, JOHN ...................... STITT. KENNETH ......... STOREY, JAMES ................ STUCHELL, GENEVIEVE SUTKIATIS, SOPI-IIA ...... TOXVNSEND. HELEN ...... TOXYNSEND, DOROTHY TRAVERSA, LILLIAN .... TURN EY, RO B ERT ........... ....... VIDUNAS, NELLIE ....... VIROSTIK, ANDRENV .... XVALKER, LOIS ............... IYAROS, ALBERTA ....... XVENSEL, LEROY ............ IVHERRY, VIRGINIA ...... XVI-IITE, GERTRUDE ...... XVIEDL, MARY JUDITH XVILCOX, GLENN ............ XVILLIAMS, ELLEN ........ XVILMOT, HARRIETT XVIRTZ, JANE ...................... XVITHOXVSKI, SOPHIA .. YARUSSI, EDDIE ........... YOUN G, GERTRUD E ...... YONKOXVSKI, JOHN ...... ZANOTTI, JOSEPH .... ' .. ZANEXVICZ ALMA ..... ZIAS, MARY ........... .. XXXXYYYYYYYYYYYYYNYXNNYYN N: And what about your chcmistix P . nn... U.. ...nn .... U..-.- . ...un .......And can she "lure" them? IYhat's in a name! Nary a word! Good old Swiftyl I believe school is getting harder .......The same old reason why girls leaxc home. .......Tiny, but what of it? Everybody likes our blondy. Helen, the Toiler. She gets to school on time. Everybody's pal. Do I like to sleep? Bachelor girl. XN'hy teachers get gray. And why do I go to basketball ganies? So sincere. And why am I so handsome? Oh, the eight-lifteen. I-lair-dressing should be her xomtion Titian locks. Don't mind me. 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BARALITI, CATHERINE CIQIBBS, THQMAS A HARP-LR PAUL CULP, MAXINE 1, Q BARBOUR, FRED Q ZZ BARTQS, MARY DACIOLA, MILLIIL 55 4 BEIGHLEY, SAMUEL DAVIS- WOODROW Q BELL, EVELX'N DELCOTTO, LOUIS 94 BENJAMIN, ROBERT DINGER, ALICE BERRY, CATHERINE DOUTT, DOROTHY If BIEHL, JANE DRUMMOND, MILFRED 1 BIRAMI ESTHER DUNMIRE, VIRGINIA 1 7 BLYSTON13, ALMA DUNSKIS, JOSEPH 9 3 BLYSTONE, ELLENOR EBERT, DEAN 3 2 BONESSQ KAW? , EDWTARDS, EMMAGEAN 2 BOX ER, CLARENCE ELDER' HARRIET -- BUYER, MH-DRED ESHBAUGI-I, LARUE 7 12 BRADEN. MARCEDES EUWER LOUISE L A BRADSTOCR, FRANCES ' Z BRGNVN, VERA MAE ITAAIOLAY JAMES Z 22 BROWNLEE. JEAN FERRACCIO, POMPEY Q DUCCI, JOHN FIETTERMAN, BETTY A BUCCI, PETRONA b 1l'1QITZ, RUBY 2 CBURNHEIMER, Kl3NNI5'l'Il FRy'ER' GERALDINE ' Q BURNHEIMER, ROY 1?Ux1EIQOLE,ANNIE A BUTCH, VICTOR Q f A BYIERSY GALE GALBREATH, SAMURL 1 A GEORGE, HONVARD f 2 CABRETTO, JOSEPH GEORGE, LOIS 1 4 CARNAHAN, BETTY GIENOPIE, LUCY Q Q CERASO, EMMA GIORDIANO, AGNES 4 , CERASO, HELEN GORDON, MARTIN Z CERASO, IRENE GRADXVELL, DOROTHY Z A CLARK, CHARLES GREEN, ROBERT Q 7 I CLEVER, NVILLIAM GREGG, MARGARET 5 5 2 7 5 Z Z 1 Z lfxwvvvwvvvwvwvvvvvvw Ae N YY! 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I-ggvff-Nfxgggg 4 J Y Yffjfjfjf WYE I iv POUNDS, JOHN PUGLIESE, MARY RAIRGH, CHARLES RANKIN, ROBERT RASKTORE, DEVERED REARICK, HAROLD RENVVICK, RACHEL RICHARDS, JOHN RIN.ALDI, IDA RINALDI, JOHN RINALDI, IILARGARET RISHER, FREDERICK ROBB, -SARA ROBERTS, MARION ROBERTS, SUSIE ROMETO, PETE ROSSO, CATHERINE ROUNSLEY, ELIZABETIII RUBIN, SAMUEL RULIS, EDWARD' SALATA, TONY SCHRECONGOST, MEADE SCHRIBER, DOROTHY SCHULL, LEONA SCUILLO, ANNIE . SCUILLO, RATHRYN SHAMBERGER, HARRY SHAMBERGER, IRA SILYESTRI, DOMINICR SKROT, FRED SMAIL VVINIFRED SMELTZER, DOROTHY SNYDER, GEORGE SNYDER, JOHN SNYDER, MARLIN SPANIEL, CARL STEELE. LAVVRENCE ' The Spectator STERNER, ORVILLE ASTEVVART, BETTY STIEFY, CHARLES STONE, ELEANOR STOOPS, HARRY STOREY, RUTH STOUGHTON, FLOYD STRAND, CHARLES STROBEL, LORRAINE STROBEL, MARGARET SWANR, WILLIAM TOLA, JOHN TOXVNSEND, CAROLINE TROUP, ROY TROZZI ERNESTINE ULERY, PHYLLIS URSO, HAZEL VARANO, JOSEPH VARNER, EDGAR VICKER, EDWARD VIDUNAS, GUS VVADDING, ALLENE VVALKER, PAUL XVALTON, HAROLD XVALTON, HOWARD' VVILLARD, RACHEL VVILSON, JOHN ' NVIRTZ, BERNICE YONKOVVSKI, ALEX YONKOXVSKI, STELLA YOUNT, JOSEPH ZINCHINI, ANNA ZINSMEISTER, BETTY LOl ZOGAS STANLEY ZOZULA, CHRISTINA rv!! 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SUSAN IDE BIASIO,JCNIN DELLMIHJZABETH DENTZEL,AUDREY DEPALMOA,LEONARD DETTORE,JOSEPH DEVHJJNG,ROY DICKEY,ROSS DIMOS, JOI-IN DOUTT,ELHE DUDZIK,NELLIE EDNIE, ROBERT ELDER, BETTY MAE ELDER, GLENN ELRICK, FRED FAZEKAS, GEORGE FAZEKAS, MARY IFERRINGER. DOROTI I Y IHTZERALD,JAMES FLOYD,CLYDE FRHZ.CHARLOT FRYER,FRED C'A'l'TO JOSEPHINE CALLO, MARY CEORCE BREINTON CEORGE DOIXAI D CEORGE HARRY CERVASSI FRANK fggwifdfbfxf"N1i964"4I" QV -I' 101-4 B903 . 'if' '54 'ox lvw '00 XYYYY 'NNY NXXN XR 'TJ Q -: Q A 'Z 5 X I... 5 7 .. 7 i - Z . -4 . 6 .. Z K 44 4 4 1 . 5 5 5 5 Z 5 Z 5 5 ?xxmfx+x4w - Q Q ' GIANANGELI, AMELIA GIANANGEL1, CATHERINE GIENOPIE, ANGELINE GALBREATH, REUBEN GONTNER, MERLE GRADEN, VVILLIAM GREKALSKIS, ELEANOR HODOROSKI, STELLA HAMILTON, BLODVVEN HAMSEN, VVALTER HARDING, SHIRLEY HARRIS, ALEX HARRIS, EDDIE HENDBERG, FRANCIS HEPLER, FRANK HERRON, LOIS HETRICK, HELEN A HETRICK, JEAN HETRICK, ROBERT HULINGS, BILLY INTRIERI, ANNA JONES, AUSTIN JONES. ROSS JULIAN, MINNIE JULIAN, SAMMY KAIRIS, MARY KEIRN, ELOISE KENNERDELL, PAUL KENNEDY, JACK KERR, NELLIE KINGAN, HAROLD KINNARD, ROBERT KNABB, FRAZOR KOCON, JOI-IN KREPOL, BETTY KRESS, AUDREY KRESS, MAMIE LEARN, HELEN LE DONNE, CARMELLA LEONARD, JACK LIMICRECK, JOE xxxxxxxwwvvvvwxwwvvvvvvxfww A porfywig ht The Spectator WSSQ LIPANOVICH, ROBERT LONG, ASENATH MAC LEAN, ROBERT MAIETTO, MADELINE MARKITELL, MARY MARCANTONIO, OLGA MARTIKES, JIMMIE MASTRANGELO, ERNEST MAXVVELL, LEONA MAZIA, ROSE MAz1A, .AMIEL MOHNEY, JACK MOLITERNO, ROSE MOLITERNO, FRANK MORRONV, EDGAR MOXNRY, DOROTHY MUSTAKIS, NICK MYERS, HARRIET JANE MCCALL, MARY J MCCALL, KATHERINE MCCUNE, FRANK MCCUTCHEON, HELEN MCCUTCHEON, P.AULINE MCGAUGHEY, HELEN MCGEARY, EOE MCGUIRE, LARUE MCMULLEN, JOE MCPHERSON, RUTH NAPOLI, ROSE NARDULLI, MARY NUSCIS, SYLVIA NUSCIS, ITALO NUSCIS. SIRO PANAGOS, JENNIE PEPLER, XVILLIAM PETRARCA, LOUIS PHILLIPS, CHARLOTTE PICKLE, GLENN.A MAE PLOWMAN, LEWIS POLESKI, NELLIE POUNDS, ' ROBERT POVVELL, BILLY I I The Spectator bf PROTAS, EMMANUEL PUGLIESE, FRED PUGLIESE, PETE PUGLIESE, VICTORIA QUARATO, JOHN QUARATO, RACHEL RAVICCHIO, PETE RAYMONT, MARIE REARICK, MARIAN REEDY, HOXVARD REESE, BLAIR REID, MARGARET V RICHARDS, DORIS GENE RIFFLE, TXVILA RIGGLE, DEAN RISHER, ROBERT ROBERTS, SYLVIA ROMITO, JOHN ROSS, GEORGE ROSS, RALPH SABATELLI, ANTOINTETTE SACK, FRANCES , SAITTAS, GEORGE SALVINA, JOSEPH SCHRECONGOST, HARRY SCUILLO, VERNON SEHMAN, MONA MAE SERENA, CARL SHAFEER, MABEL SI-IOEMAKER, JANE SHOOK, GLADYS SHUTT, DOROTHY SLEVAN, JOHN SILVESTRI, JOHN SILVESTRI, GRACE SKXVROT, STELLA SLOAN, HOVVARD SMITH, DOROTHY SMITH, EUGENE SMITH, LAREE SMITH, TOMMY , SNYDER, MARJORIE SIJANG, VERA SPANIEL, WILLIAM SPEKIS, ALFRED STEELE, HARRY STEELE, JEAN STEVENSON, MILDRED STONENIC, JULIA STRAZZERO. ANGELIN E SXVENK, XVILLIAM SUNDAY, CAROLINE TAYLOR, NVILBTJR THOMAS, ROBERT THOMAS, RUSSELL THOMAS, VIOLET TRISOLINE, PETRINE TOUSSAINT, B ETTY TOUSSAINT, ESTHER TROZZI, SAMUEL TROZZI, ANGELO UNCAPHER, DONALD VARANO, ADELINE VARNER, DONALD VICINI, HELEN VILLARY, ' GERTRUDE XVAG-GETT, VVILLIAM NVALCOTT, REGINALD VVALKER, 'ROYDEN NVARD, WILLIAM WARD, JOHN WALTER, DALE XVIGGINS, ROBERT NVILCOX, DOYLE WILSON, JOHN VVILCOX, AUDREY YARUSSI OSXVALD 'IOUNG DOROTHY YOUNT JOHN ZANAS MABEI ZANOS OLGA ZINCHINI JULIA Q. 'So fy. .Nl QS 99" I' 'SQ' '!?S3faQfI'fi'f' INDOOCDI-4 ,XS I XNNYXR XNJYXNXX XX XXX X'X XXXPQXJX XX 'TI Q W 95 E. f 5 A- -- 5 . , - Z - 1 Z L I I Z f Z f 7 Z I Z K fvx-v---Q Q -ff--0 XXXXX NeX'YX3X'Y X"vXNXNXNYNtX'YXYNe ' ' ' ' B900-ill-1 NYY ' N YYY XNYYXQXNQX QXXXXXXXNXXX XXXXX 6 5 O D C 0 O 0 O O . Q O O C . O 9 .H ' THE CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-TWO . T-rumpeter-Carl Doutt H-umorist-Irvin Dentzel E-ditor-Betty Davis C-hubby--Mary E. 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The Spectator THE 1931 VARSITY TEAM The 1931 football season was not so successful as other years, with 4 victories 6 defeats and 1 tie. Having onlv one regular 'md fiwe other men xx ho earned the letters last year to form the nucleus of the team Mr. Rosen- weiglmd ah'1rd time. G11ll1S, '1 newcomer on the squad deserves much credit, due to his passing. B'1rtos '1 newcomer also deserx es credit on his vicious playing. The boys worked hard together but due to many injuries and lack of substitutes, they were unable to stop some of the powerful teams which they met. Taking all things into consideration it was a fair season. The lettermen for the past season 'Ire Doutt, Cwpretton Floyd Gwilus, Bartos, Miles Cooper Helhowski, C. Stitt K. 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O0 rl f' '1 2 ...Og 'cms' mm ...M cnc.. Vw no UQ ' DQ' "' ww "' 2'-in :'0"1 Ko 71' Q0 f woo .-+ N --Q.: mfvm :' 4 2 7 "' S rbftotw 3 5- '4 Q4 1-fn: UQ g' ff- 7 gee- gaae -ga -7 Q 592 QQ. H.. ga , ,. ... 1 QEEW HB 43 EDR 320 ma v2 E3 2: 5 ofvwg: 5' --- GE: wzgg mg E., QF 5-5 ,- n m... -fm -A .1 z 3,555 QEQH gee Edge 295. za 'D Ee 5 aes? mfs? asm 525- Si? 23 Q. se Z 7 7 - -vxfwwvvvsevvwxwx-xwxfvwv Nwvvwxwwvwxf ,s NJ OJ CD 1--K - xfv Nvx FOOTBALL ' In the spring of 1931, the Vandergrift School Board elected Theodore Rosensweig, famous End from Carnegie Tech, to take up the duties of coaching the V. H. S. football squad through their 1931 campaign. XVilliam Demchak, former Bentneyville High . School coach was to be his assistant. 1 The first call for candidates was issued September 3. to which sixty enthusiastic foot- f ball candidates responded. After two weeks of fundamentals, plays, and other important 5 phases of the game, the boys were ready for the opening game with Butler. 5 cz. 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After a few weeks practice, the Vans began the season in a very promising way by defeating Salina by a 18-9 score, and then Scottdale, 23-10. Following these two victories a bad-luck "jinx" seemed to hit and follow the blue-and-white quintet, as they lost nine games straight to Tarentum by a 26-20 scoreg to Leechburg, 20-9, Dayton fin 7 periodsl 14-193 New Kensington, 41-15, Kittaning, 27-19, Apollo, 21-20, and to Tarentum Cin 5 periodsl, 32-31. Seemingly -coming back to life after their long string of losses, the Blue Lancers points i11 the last 45 seconds of play. In their surge of spirit, the Vans defeated Dayton 28-20. Three defeats then followed each other rapidly, as the third quintet fall before Har-Brack, 34-22p Ford City, 22-205 and Arnold, 37-21. Flashing some of their best play of the season, the Lancers defeated Kittannin 20-185 and Apollo, 27-14. Their last two league games were lost to Har-Brack, 32-15, and Arnold, 24-22. NYX' we sq- . 0 . . ' ' O 0 0 . 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They have the Splflt 7 and another year's experience will show a promising team of girls. , 7 The scores of the games are as follows: ' SODllO11lOI'CS 24 Freshmen 4 , Seniors 30 juniors 6 6 Juniors 41 Freshmen 2 ,Q Seniors 15 Sophornores 6 Q Seniors 34 Freshmen 4 QQ juniors 22 Sopholnores 11 Q55 Seniors 22 Sophomores 3 S2 Seniors 15 Juniors 9 7' . . . gg The girls who have played lllore than one-halt ot the quarters tllat their team played ' lnade the first team. 1 Line-ups 7 Seniors Lois Ebert. G. 3 Helen Stiliiler, F. Mgr. Cfitllsfme Boker- G- 2 Helen Maxwell, F. Frames VIGUHHS- G- .iOSClJl1lllC Xvagner, F. LaRue Lawson- G' A1111 Logero, G. Subs V . . ' 22 Mary bClgYVOl'lll1, G. Ines Losasso 8 'f1lf"'f1g3arE0i G'G Thelma Schweikart A 1 M3 mo u as' ' Hilda Arlllen Subs- Pauline Little 4 Nl. t L'ttl , F. Q algiavisi 13. E Freshmen 4 leanor Allera, F. A .TV-lni0YS Ida Rose Gagell, F. Llaxiue Anderson, F, Alma hICClllCCCl1COIl, F. Mgr. Lucille M-cClelland, F. R050 Bella, G- A Geraldine Gagen, F, Alina CZlISZ3.Ck, G. Ruth Rankin, F, G, julia DeMitcllel, G. Q igfgll-5ilkE2'leli4eilfgcE1 Subs' Helell Brown, G. Helen Ausk A S b Ethel Gordon 6 u S' I Mary Guzolik 7 Alma ZHIICVVICZ Bel-nice Henry 7 S h Wanda Jeleniewski 5 ' V. u 'OPGOHTWSF Cuthberta Long . lrglma 3-Nell, '. Lila lX'Iatl'lCWS f Helen TTU'-PY, F- Virginia Omo If Hi?ff1CttC MeFarland, F. Mgr. Virginia Zack 4 ' Elizabeth Crick, F. Ada McGuire 7 Q' , 7 . . . . - xxxvxxxxxxxxxxxxxxaxxxxwx A FliftLxy-1li1le , wwwwef ,X NNOYYYYYXXA 4 0 NYYYYYY NNYYYY lx-YYYYXR ' YY NJCOCDI'-4 ' 1 5 Y, li is 'S K 4 x 51 N MOD-ill'-1 'Q .fa-.vases ASSQSSA -9 si 96!i1.r.r.fsfwfSYisoJ.-as ls! . E- Q Cn '17- Q fa Nb Q "W- Q S: ff 55 X1 POINT SYSTEM The Point System is used to keep up interest in the athletic classes, points being awarded the diiierent activities. Two hundred points are needed to get the large "V" which every girl would like to own. ..!.g.f,4 The following girls earned the "V" last year by the point system: Twila Bartoe Marjorie Bush Fl C rn .- I4 5 W .- ..- 'U ru -a FF 'f .'-Tl 5 f-1 Q D- H -1 C'- U' 'C Helen Maxwell Josephine XVagner Mildred MeCune VOLLEY BALL JV- The Volley Ball Class Tournament was played this year, .and the'Seniors were victorious after several hard battles with the underclassinen. The results of the tournament are: YY Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Seniors Josephine Mfagner Helen Maxwell Twila Bartoe Ann Logero, Mgr. Effie Gourley Margaret Little Mary Seigworth Mary Smolukas Sophomores Catharine Stoker Marian Miller Frances Vidunas Irene Yakulis Pauline Little Dorothy Spang Harriette McFarland Helen Truby Lois Ebert Mary Kocis Elizabeth Crick ee 5' "N'91S9 VVon Lost NJCJOlDl-1 if fXFfi91i!iff1 - 4 2 3 3 0 2 1 1 Line-ups Juniors Geraldine Gagen Gertrude Young Mary Minarik Nellie Kaleda, Mgr. Ruth Rankin , Lillian Traversa Teresa Breiter Marcella Bliazes Alma Zanewicz Maxine Anderson 'XQXJNY Freshmen lda Rose Gagen' Sara Crate Lila Mathews Bernice Henry Virginia Omo Anna Czuszack Alma McCutcheon Angeline Cirio Nlary E Elwood Julia De M1tchel Susie Gienopie XNYY 3X 'XX 'X CQ 3 5 ' if H i 7 -. I 5 . 7 Z f i 5 5 7 5 . ? 9 7'vwwxNwv - T110 Sf1l?Cffl-101' LIFE SAVING CLUB Many new names will be added to the Life Saving list this year, due to the efforts of Miss Miller and her assistant examiner, Twila Bartoe. Hilda Annen is the president of the Life Saving Club. Junior Life Saving Phyllis Hardman Maxine Anderson Margaret Little Geraldine Gagen Adna Grimm Lois VValker Nelle Richards Nelle Richards Hilda Annen Bernice Henry Getty Gumbert Elizabeth Crick Harriette McFarland Marian Brown Helen Ausk Cuthbcrta Long Senior Life Saving Eleanor Lauffer Teresa Breiter Nlary Makon ski Ellen NV11hams Helen Lynch Virginia Zack Jane Beighley Twila Bartoe ,- Marcella Blaizes Josephine VVag11er '1 Anna Zogas '"'4'4XfJ9SF!i9MifiSi9!ifJ4xf S-fwssssfsfff QI r-. N20-UQDB-I XYYYYXJXJYXNX ' NNYYXNY' YYXK XX XKXXX 'Q 5 -Q I Z 4 Z Z 4 f f 5 . z 1 ' X . Z . 4 5 5 Z 1 4 , 1 5 ?vvwvwxN - ---- H' HI HH 0 Cm YXXX A, ...2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 5 ? 'll S U3 '17- V3 1 E. 6 'I V S JUNIOR HIGH SPORTS f 5 In the mid-season of the 1921-23 basketball season, Coach Rosensweig Q issued a call for candidates for the Junior High Basketball team. About one hundred enthusiastic boys responded. In one week's time the squad was . cut down to twenty. Under the direction of Rosensweig, a team composed of Y four Freshmen and one Eighth Grader represented the Junior High School-. I ,, They opened up their schedule with Apollo Reserves, winning after play- ing a hard game. Their next foe was the Leechburg Reserves, on the Leech- 1 1 . . . 7 burg floor. The Vandergmft lost this game to the much bigger and more 9 3 experienced Leechburg lads. 3 2 9 The next game found the VVashington Township Reserves here, and the H ' Vandergrift boys easily subdued the boys from Blairton. 6 . The Kittanning and Leeehburg Reserves were the next two teams to be met. Defeat was suffered at the hands of both of these teams. Y 4 The X'2'L11CI8l'gI'lft team, still not discouraged, won their last two en- 52 -4 counters from the Arnold Alumni and Apollo Reserves. f 1 - 1 6 The team showed local fans that, in future years, V. I-I. S. may see a 1 Z team on the floor which will be a XV. P. I. A. L. contender. 5 ' I f f 5 1 5 4 7 f 5 Z A 1 Z 1 'wxwxswwvxwwwxwvxwvwvwxwxwwvx 5,11-W-t1wee S9999 N Nwxfxwxfxmvvxwxwwwvwvk YYXXYYYYYXYQYXQYYXYYYYXXYYYYXY N The Spectator xy . at , .Ir-.sfafifa-ra. -.as "6ff9f3- I-4 'I B303- .3 ss 4 SSXXSSSA . 0 9669. JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TOURNAMENT just after the Clirilstmns vacation, Coach Demchak requesteil that each room in the junior High organize Z1 basketball team. A The coaches and officials for these teams were composed of Senior High basketball and football players. Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday were the days Chosen to play the games. Two games were played each evening. After three months of playing, Room l-l proved themselves the champions by winning eleven games and losing none. Room 1 was a close runner-up, winning nine and losing two. Room ll was third by winning eight and losing three. A . - r The principle of this tournament is to give the boys experience for the future years when they enter High School competition. Results Room Won Lost 14 11 O l 9 2 11 8 8 19 7 4 7 4 6 7 4 4 6 5 S 6 5 16 5 6 3 1 10 5 1 10 2 1 10 Ye s 'gil-fy-f01,, NY SWK,-943966 470 1, -so sgasgys. we Si! LNDCJOQDL-4 .wi . X NXNNNNAXNYXX NJN 9x"' 7 XnS45f'Sf6f5f !Sf39f5x bil - . fififkv 565946 NJCJ-741+-1 .65 'iff -:iss 9966. Ss A45 XWNQ The Spectator W NxfvvvvvwvxwvvxNvwwvwvwvwx '99'J66fZSiff9SN19Sf1- ?S9SS9fiSi945S!iff6SXifY CHEERLEADERS xxxxxwxvvxw N vxwvxwvx-vwxwf NJ C13 LO L-I ADNA GRIMM, '33 MILDRED MCCUNli, '31 EVELYN HLOSE, '33 INTER-CLASS TOURNAMENT The inter-class basketball rivalry was again awakened after a pause of two years. There were live teams entered: the Post-Graduates, Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen. After many thrilling and close games the tournament ended with the POSt-G1'1Clll1tCS emerging with the honors, lmving four wins 'ind no defeats. 'lhe juniors and Eeniors were tied for the runner-up berth with two wins and two losses. 'lhe Treshmen '1 small but lighting outfit ended third with the bophomores holding the cellar berth. The winners were presented with '1 be'1utifnl st'1tue trophy of 1 basket- ball pl'15 er on April 4. w hen the other athletic lettermen received their letters 'ils0. P-G. lineup: forw"n'ds-Butch and Hines' center-Crawford' guards -Benn'1rdo 'incl Stntchell. VXX 4... N I 5 1 4 A A 4 5 N Z . 5 ' - -4 Z A ' 6 J 7 . 4 if Z 1 . 5 Z ' , 1 Z? A 5? its Q Q '- f Z .. l Z ri 4 4 ' A Z . 7 A 4 . ' 7 Z 1 5 5 Z 4XavyXN. .. ...... . K 5 XX 'NNY NNN -X NN Y NN XNYYYX LNUODQII-1 XXXX XX XYXX XX .. .. . .. .N X...Nx,... ....... 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Silvestri l'lornell VVirick Edward Clark Stanley Lingenfelter Mary Seigwortli Art Sponsor 7 Ruth Rankin Miss Sullivan Pictures Sponsor Sth Grade Marion Machnowski Miss McDowell Louise Means Bernard Long Juniors Carol Grosse Virginia Porter Harold Rearick Harriet Lamphere 7th Grade Margaret Kahl John Stitt Bob Turney Joe VVaros Joe Zanotti Sophomores Jean Steele Leona Maxwell Bob Kinnard Humor Jack Truby Kate Davis .Harriet McFarland Bookkeeping Kathryn Rearick Anne Lipanovich Ethel Martin' John Kardosl James Mcllxxain Typists Isabel McLaughlin Freshmen Robert Beuchner David lfVillian1s Hazel Snyder Kenneth Anderson Velma George Caroline Kairis Phyllis Hardman Lillian Trax ersa Ethel Gunibert Effie Gourley Margaret Little Lucille McClellanC XXX ' QYYYN lY'4V'fY' Aix' gfgbfef' Yi . . . ..... Z 5 7 Z 5 Z Z 4 5 Z 5 5 Z 4 5 7 Z 5 5 I 'H lr" rs ff: 'B- rs S.. S.. Q Y 4 4 4 1 4 1 Z 5 7 5 5 5 5 5 I 7 1 5 7 rg, 5 .... Ziff!" 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"Now we will take the next proposition." N C l 5. "Put your chewing gum in the basket and report at four." C D 6. "Fern1ex a la page-." C J 7. "One-two-three-four." C J S. "Are there any, questions?" C J 9. "Study and outline pages 1 to 753' C J 10. CPointing her pencilj "Get to Work!" C J 11. "I think I am justified." C l 12. "Getta-work!" C D 13. "If you come down here to loaf, you may as well go to the Study Hall." C D 14. "Straighten up dat line." C J 15. "Hru-u-u-mp, Pardon mc." a. Miss Lewis f. Mr. Kurtz k Miss Mertz b. Miss Frank g. Miss Miller l. Mr. Nern 1 c. Mr. VVil1ia1ns h. Miss McDowell m. Miss Newcome 9 d. Miss Mitchell . i. Miss Patton n. Miss Love r ei Miss Coatsworth j. Miss Stahlmann 0. Mr. Delnchak 3 5 2 TRUE AND FALSE C J 1. Jim Lace can play the piano. L C J 2. Emily Yerty has a gift of gab. " C J 3. Helen Stitfler weighs 140 pounds. C 5 4. Mary seigwomi is a quiet time gin. 4 C I 5. Jo Vlfagner is a blonde. 1 C J 6. VVe got report cards to-day, and Specky made all A's. 5 C J 7. Alvin Byers brings his airplane to school every day. Z C D S. Bessie Anderson is a cheer leader. . C y 9. Frank siivesm is a future mist. 4 C J 10. 'lRed" Borland plays a harp. 5 Z READING LIST Q Discuss each of the following books and authors at length. f "Flaming Youth" .................... .............................................................. ....... I a ck Hadden K "The Last Hero" .... Irvin Dentzell 1 "No One Man" ........ ........ I ayne Hudson 5 "Little Caesar" .... ....... R ay Rosensteele Z "Frankenstein" ................................ ...... L eo Karawsky 5 "Tarzan" .................................................. "Boogy" Buhite 7 "Rebecca of Sunny Brook Farm" .. ................ Betty Davis 7 "Gentlemen prefer Blondes" .......... ...... P hyllis Hardman 5 "Under Eighteen" .......................... ................ X Veda Stitt 2 ? - Z 5 'iff 'YXNNXK 7 Z 1 1 1 1 1 4 7 Z 1 1 1 1 4 7 Z 4 Z 1 1 as R Q N Q 9. O W I Z 4 1 4 1 1 4 Z 1 1 1 4 7 Z 1 1 I 0 'XNYN 4 1 "Girls About Town" .... Evelyn Blose, Bernice Henry, Virginia Porter 1 "Daddy Long-Legs" . ......................................................... LeRoy Beighley f "Skippy" .......................... ....... ....... B i ll Colaianni Z "The Champ" .................. .... H arry Floyd 1 NN 'KN Y .fi NN "Alice in VVonderland" .. ..... Alice Yakulis "Tom Sawyer" ............... .... ' 'Stew" Rowe HEARD IN THE CLASS ROOMS Prof. Willie-"Was the brick you threw as big as my head, say?" g George Duncan-"Yes, professor, but not nearly so thick." 5 8 lk if -or wk , Mr. Scott-"VVhat are the seasons?" if A Paul Gailus-"You mean in the United States?" ' A Mr. Scott-"Yes, of course." 'S Paul-"Baseball and football." Q YU wk wk if K A Dentist-"Which will you have, gas or a local?" 'A Dan Lombardi-"You can cut out the local Doc, just run me through on a sleeper." 1 is if wk wk 1 7 Mijo declares that wind is air in a hurry. 9 3 4: if ff as 3 2 Esther Cramer-"My father has VVashington's watch." 2 Nellie Burns-"That's nothing, mine has Adam's apple." ' :of wr wr fx Miss Mitchell-"I'm oifering a prize for the laziest boy in the class." f I Dick Cross--HO. K. Roll me over and put it in my pocket." Z 5 4- 4: lk wr 5 Miss Frank-"If the President and Vice-President died, who would get the job?" Z Joe Bernatt-"The undertaken" ' , fr PF wk wr 7 1 A Senior's Lament f My brains are tired, my hands are weak, 1 I am so worn I cannot speak 7 My head is bald, I wear a wig: Z And all because I study Trig. 6 7 wr ar 4: fr Z 1 . . 7 T Mr. Blose-"Daughter, what is your favorite hyxnn?", 2 4 Evelyn--"The one you kicked off the porch last mght.' 1 -4- Pk wr x 7 Z , 1 5 Harry.Cooper C? A. MJ-"NVe1l, I must be olffl , 4 g Virginia-"Tl1at's what I thought when I first met you. ' 5 I 4 - Z Zwvvvvvvvvwvwwvwxxwvx N Nvvvx N Eighty,ui,w XNYX'vYX'XNYNYYYXN'XNXNXNQXNQYYXNZ NNwxwvwwwwwwvxwvwvwxmwvwvxw The Spectator 5. 4 A - NYNNY Nwvvvvwvx- : :wx 4 5 . . ,, 4 Chief-"Making forty-live,-Eh? f -Miss Lewis-"Give me a ticket. The students will never believe it." 4 4: ik 4: 4: 5 Stew Rowe-"I wish I had some money, 1'd travel." Z Dale Orr-"How much do you need?" ' 4: 4: wk 4: Z Russ Steele--"Where does Betty get her good looks from, her father or her mother?" Lila Adams-"From her father. He keeps a drug store." 1: ik 4: 4: Mr. Nern-"VVhat is an oboe?" Q, Syd Paul-"An Oboe is an American tramp." 4: 4: 4 4: Zears Miles was being measured for his first made-to-order suit of clothes. S "Do you want us to pad the shoulders for you, my boy?" the tailor inquired. - "Naw," replied Zears. "Pad de pants." lk ik 4: 4 , Lois XValker-"Between you and me, and the gate-post-" I 1 Maxine Anderson-"Is the fence." V 'A 4: 4: lk 4: 4 Argyll Johnston-"My Sweetheart!" 1 Ethel Gfimuis-4-My Darling!" 1 7 Voice under the davenport-"My Goodness!" 9 3 4: 4: 4: Pk 3 2 Can He? 2 A canner, exceedingly canny, One morning remarked to his granny. yr "A canner can can Anything that hc can. N0 Nr WWWXQ But a canner can't can a can, can he?" IF HF il 4 "Scotty" Garrett-"I call my girl Niagara." "Shorty" Schrecongost-"How come?" t'Scotty"-"She falls for everybody." It if if Ill Ndxlxfx Date Rearick-'AWhat kind of pine has the sharpest needles?" "Pawn" Little-"The Porcu-pine." - 4: lk It Pk Rhubarb, we are told, is celery gone bloodshot. ik 4: 4: ill "Chuck" NValton "1'm a self made man." Art Richards Then you must have knocked off work too soon." Virginia Sipos Wliat became of that new model bathing suit you bought the other day?" ' 4 4: if It I Millicent Stitt-"I tried to wash it out after the hrst dip and it slipped down the pipefi 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 5 1 5 1 5 1 2 S We Z 7 5 Z 1 Z 1 Z 5 Z 1 5 -Z 5 Z 5 Z 1 4. 4 is 'Ol Pls lk 3 "I'll show them," said the hen as she kicked the porcelain egg out of her nest. 2 "They can't make a brick-layer out of me." af 1: :r Pk ' Mr. Scott-"Explain Theorem 2, Miss Laufferf' 'Eleanor Laulfer-"Sure Just what don't you understand?" wk wk wk ur "Don" VValker-"VVhere did you learn to smoke cigarettes?" "Niger" Turney-"In Paris." l ' "Don"-"It's a good thing you dldllyt go to Norway. I hear they smoke herrings there." ' ' ak 4: wk ar We wo11der why Swiss cheese has so many holes when it's Liiuburger that needs the Ventilation. V Pk -r wk 4: Miss Nichols-"VVhat's a three letter word that means, 'XVhat's that'?" 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It was well trained, no doubt, X f . . y v For every time a nice boy called, s The little light went out. V -or -r 4: in 2 "Joan Henry-"I got a hundred to-clay at school clad." , A NI H "Ah 1 d' ht A I' r. enry- unc re in w a , sonr "Joe"-"Fifty in English, fifty in Music." 1 -r at ik It J 7 Mr. Wfarfel-"Give me your parents' name." 9 3 Billie Hunger-"Papa and mamaf, 3 lk lk wk HY M LO Silver dollar-"I'm bigger than you are." r Copper penny-"Yes, but I go to church." Y af 1F wk lk ? g Louise Means Cto gardnerj--"I want a row of Saliva on this side of the lawn." 0 Gardner-"Hadn't you better have some Spitunias on the other side?" Z g at wx as 4 g Z Miss Campbell-"What is the height of nonsense?" Z ' Jack Adams-"An elephant hanging over a high cliff with its tail-tied to a daisy." Z 7 7 ' , lr -r wk wr 7 Z . . 7 7 Miss Bauer-"Don't you know that punctuation means that 'ou must ause?" 7 . . . . 5. . P f iSusan Davis-"Course I do. 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