Verona High School - Purple and Gold Yearbook (Verona, PA)
- Class of 1938
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PURPLE and GOLD
4' Lal Polly Fix lr presented for the benefit ol thu l ligh
School Athletic Association hy this group ol' alumni and
coached hy Miss Blanche Lindemurh is symbolic of thc
work done by our alumni this year and in years gone hy
NVe also consider it quite an honor that one ofour graduates
was able to introduce several of his own musical scorn
into this production.
WE H0 ORN...
We, the class of '38, in order to show
our appreciation to our Alumni, Veronas
most loyal and faithful supporters, who
have assisted us in all our undertakings
and activities, do herewith dedicate
this publication of the Purple and Gold.
With the greatest feeling of joy and
happiness in our work and with the hope
that the work will be continued in years
to come, we Seniors of 1938, present this
Purple and Gold to our fellow students,
alumni and friends.
We have tried in editing this publi-
cation to preserve the memories of the
best and happiest moments in our lives.
lf this book will aid in recalling in the
future some of the memories and the
memorable events of this year, the staff
will consider their efforts well worth
FEATURES AND ADS
'llhe Staff and Seniors extend our most
heartfelt thanks to Miss Isabelle Rupert
lor her cooperation and guidance as the
advisor for our year hook, and as a
llriencl throughout our high school days.
We also wish to shoxx our appreciation
to all those others who have contributed
either of their time, effort or money in
the puhlieation of this hook.
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The Board of Education
This group of men who serve as administrators in the Verona
Schools are indirectly responsible for the student welfare, although
their work is not from a professional but business standpoint. The
present board was organized in December, IQ37, and meets once
during each month to transact the ordinary business of such boards
and discuss school problems.
These men are closely identified with the past, as well as the
present history of the school. Frank Hogan, john Young and Harry
Pierce are not only patrons of the school but graduates of IQO5,
l9l5, and l9l9 respectively, R. R. Bodenhorn who has been secre-
tary since IQZ3 served as president from 1920 to IQZ3 and U, G.
Palmer hllcd the principalship from l9ll to IQZQ.
I lm!! lu rlgfil Frank ll. llogan, john ll Young, Jr., U. G. Palmer, Dr. C S llumcr, llurry l'.
Supervising Principal XV. Crane Remalcy
Although this is Dr. Remaleys first year in Verona and Grst as
Supervising Principal, he has been closely associated with the
schools of Allegheny County for a number of years through his
fathers connection with the County Office. Before coming to Verona
he taught history in Gladstone junior High School, one of the
larger junior Highs in Pittsburgh.
Education and military activities seem to be his particular in-
terests Each summer he spends a part of his time in camp where
he serves in the capacity of Captain of the Coast Artillery Corps
of U. S. Army Reserve. Along with his professional work at Verona.
he is an assistant professor in the law school at Duquesne. He also
enjoys photography and travel.
His interest in the welfare of the student is always uppermost
in his mind and a very successful year in the lives of the students of
V. H. S. has this of '38 been.
Head Teachers .....
The Verona Schools include three buildings, an Elementary, junior High.
and a Senior High building,
The Elementary School, the oldest of these buildings was built in 1870 For
several years, Miss josephine Hunter, the principal, has capably managed this
building where there are 468 pupils enrolled and ll teachers employed. This little
red school house brings back many pleasant memories to the residents of Verona.
The presentjunior High building was built in l9l3, and until last year it was
used to house the junior and Senior High Schools. It is now under the supervision
of Miss Blanche Lindemuth and there are 2-ll pupils with ll teachers there. ln
the junior High, the Home Economics Department was remodeled and enlarged
this year when modern equipment was installed on the third floor. The Shop,
which was transferred to this building also has had some improvements.
We proudly watched our New Senior High building being constructed during
year of l937, each student anticipating his return to a new building, new equip-
ment and a new environment, There are now l89 pupils enrolled and 8 teachers
in the Senior High building which was first used this year. Mr. Alfred Synder,
the principal, has contributed much to the success of this school year.
The successful working of these buildings is due to the careful planning on
the part of Miss Hunter, Miss Lindemuth and Mr. Snyder. A large portion of
their time and effort is spent in making each building as efficient as possible.
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A Farewell To Seniors .....
As Seniors of V. H. S., you are just entering the corridor of life.
This corridor contains many doors, some of which you must pass
The door of graduation opens nrst and there are many oppor-
tunities waiting to he seized. Up to this time, you have worked as
a class with some one at the head to guide you and help you solve
your problems. That is left behind as you go through the door of
graduation where you will either become leaders or followers, de-
pending upon your own efforts.
This world exists on natures laws of which one of the greatest
is 'iThe Survival of the Fittestu. So, Seniors choose wisely as you
push open the doors of work, religion and recreation. Contentment
brings happiness, the only high goal any one can attain. But, we
must have work, worship, and recreation, too.
The rule that I want you to take with you as you go through
the doors of lifes corridors is the Golden Rule of Life.
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up McCormick and Tendick: Miller and Rothg Mcgvgl U" an or
llusack and Abercrombie: QL,anyi, lvlcck and Frickg Sqhrivski and Strunk
That quality which makes one human being different from another, that elu-
sive something called personality, is the reason for the names on this page. With
Shakespeare we say that "All the worlds a stage" and on the stage ol high school
life these individuals have been outstanding in various fields of endeavor. Frances
and lvlartha jane will be remembered for their good work, studious attitudes
and helpfulness to all the Class of '38, Athletes, bold and brawny, always claim
a warm spot in our heart. lvlorliord, McCormick and Tendick placed their names
in the l-lall of Fame at V. H. S. and Anna Sehovski, although not so bold and
brawny, distinguished herself in the athletic world. To cheer these individuals
on to victory, Delroy was always in his place as head cheerleader, Wesley Frick,
as editor of the annual and Thane Tegethoff as advertising manager have rendered
a ieal service to all, True student supporters, with the willingness to work, such
as Emma, Florence and Janet po 'sess are rarely found anywhere. And with Stan-
ley Meek as our class president for the past two years we have had a real leader.
So, it is with Edgar Guest that we say,
" lt is not in the work you are able to do,
lt's in the personality labeled as 'youf'
Class of 1938
SENIOR CLASS UFFICERS
Stanley Mcck ...,....,.......... President
Thane Tegetholf ......,...., Vice President
Martha jane Abercrombie ..... . .Secretary
XVcslcy Friek ............ .,.,., 'l 'reasurcr
Our Freshman year found many students enrolled in our class. Although
many new friendships were formed, the year passed without any social function
being held. Some of our more ambitious classmates joined the various clubs in
the school and thus initiated the beginning of their social life. Those of us with
journalistic ability joined the staff of the school paper, "The I-li-Life". During
this first year we set the mold for the career toward which we were striving.
Our Sophomore year began with various new faces among our classmates
for we welcomed many students who had spent their first year as Penn High
Freshmen at Thad Stevens School The class enrollment reached its peak during
this year but receded during the next two years. In the middle of the year a class
party was held in the gym where radios furnished the music for dancing and
refreshments were served. Our first social gathering was voted such a success by
everyone that we enjoyed another party.
As juniors, we considered ourselves the treasure of the school. It was during
this year that we made our debut as performers in the annual junior class play,
"Marry Before Midnight". Shortly after the presentation of the play our class
sponsored a Valentine Dance. Many of us joined various clubs which extended
to us their privileges. The election of class officers took place early in the year as
we needed to have class representation at various meetings. The social event of
the year turned out to be the junior-Senior Prom which was held in May at Alcoma
Country Club with Art Giles' Orchestra. The junior year closed with us making
plans for our future responsibilities as Seniors.
Our Senior year commenced with classes in the new school building, where
we all experienced thrills in finding our way about at first. To set the social whirl
in motion our class held a party in the new gym with an orchestra furnishing the
music for dancing. Many of us joined clubs and those who belonged to the Glee
Club had the opportunity of taking part in an Operetta. A dance was held early
in the year which was the first important social gathering of the Seniors. Our
class sponsored a Year-book which was a new venture. Some of our classmates
exhibited their skill as performers in the Senior Class Play at the close of the year.
Sept. 7-First Day of School
9-l.,eader's Club Dance
23-Jr. Class Dance
29-Dedication of New High Schoo
uilcling and Dance
3-Commercial Club Dance
ZZ-Athletic Assn. Dance
IVTARTHA JANE ABERCROMBIE,
"Corley" the chief monitor kept :1
perfect hall , . will be remembered
for her Hne performance in the junior
Play . . , has been the secretary of the
class for two years.
although quarantined a great part of
the year with Scarlet Fever and Diph-
theria was a great favorite with all ,
his pride and joy is an old green lfortl.
Cl lARl.O'l"lCli lvl. ALCURN, ,
"Chic" is another future sienographer
. . . takes part in most school activities
. can he found at the end ol' the
second hall where she is the monitor .
Treasurer of the Commercial Cluh
her eheerv disposition won her many
friends at VHS
llAZEl. Al.CORN,UCotton Top"
is a suitable epithet for this cute little
blonde whos always full of fun, vigor
and vitality . hobbies are giggling,
dancing and singing active in Com-
mercial and Cleo Clubs.
to V H S, from Akron Central High
just intime to acquire a reputition as
the best dancer in the class 4 . , is
Presidentofthe Commercial Club . .
at present works in his uncles rest-
xl0HN Bl'1NNEY,"johnny on the
Spot" where lun is to he had , , liven
it gets him in had . . . belongs to the
Commercial Cluh . . , his favorite
hobbies are playing pool and arguing
with the teachers,
lSlil'l llNlQ l3llRSlC,,"jO" is
:aded for success . doesn't take
art in many activities but you'll
:ver find her idling axx ay hcr time . . .
:r ambition is to become some bus-
JANET BU'l'LliR,.Wherever therc's
mischief " Buck" is usually in the
midst of it active in all sports and
full of fun she is . likes to swim, dance
SARAH Nl CARlNl,'iSally" is a
member of the Leader! Cluh hopes
to hccome a clerk in some local store
. . will be remembered as a member
of the Glec Club that put on the Oper-
ctta . . . favorite pastime is dancing,
llDl'l'll COSTA-"lldie" is the dark'
haired girl that took the part of the
senorita in the Operetta so well . .
would like to he a nurse . . hobbies
are swimming and dancing . . . be-
longed to Commercial Club
llllW.ARD CUS'l'liLLO,.Not until
"Jerk" took part in the Operclta did
we realize what a good singer he was
, . . B. B manager . , . Football player
. .will probably be a radio crooncr,
lllQl,lQN DACll'lll.l.li-"H'i is a per-
fect example of a perfect Commercial
student , loves to type and take dic-
tation . , . belonged to the Girls Re-
serve and Commercial Clubs . . is
known for her hashfulness and giggles.
JOSEPH DAVl5-,"J oem is one of our
quiet Seniors although a man of
few words. he's friendly with all ,
member of Hi-Y, French Club and
participated in the Upergttg
NTHONY JOHN FORTli..lf you
ant to laugh just join "Tony" and
y to keep from it . . . he also is a
oothaller and a good sport always.
WESLEY FRlCK,'lihe life of the
party is "Wes" . . . always joking and
making witty remarks . . . editor of the
Annual culminates a very active four
years for him . . . acting and cheer-
leading have been his interests,
lvlOR'l'0N GARDNllR-'iScotty" is
tall and lanky . . . quite popular as a
ladies' man . he also enjoys driving
around in the family car . , . he left us
one year to attend Peabody but re-
turned to take up his tasks among us
as a Junior.
MlCllAliL CiRl'l'ZliR g "Mike"
loves to drive a car and his one am-
bition is to have one of his own . . .
played center on the Football team . .
is a member of the exclusive Varsity
FRED HAERlCH.."Dum Dum"
had a leading part in the Operetta and
will be remembered for his fine acting
and singing . . . had the privilege of
coming late to school nearly every day
. . had his High School career divided
bleavgen Latimer Junior High and
A D GOLD
HARRIET l., HERRINGTON-
"Whitey" is known for her great in-
terest in office work , . . had quite a
distance to travel to attend V H S, . .
nevertheless it was no hindrance to a
good record of attendance . . has a
yearning to become a secretary since
her interest lies there.
JAMES M, i iizwi'r'r.jR,,'Ajammy"
is an actor and has proved outstanding
so far in school productions . . . hc's a
cheerleader and the school reporter
. . . perhaps he'll be a real newspaper
man with many scoops to his credit.
SCHOOL CALENDAR Cont inued
Z9-Glee Club Dance
l2-Jr, Valentine Dance
l7-Sr. Trip to Westinghouse
5-WP l.A,L. Quarter Final
O-WP l.A,L. Semi Final
12-WP l.A.L Final
FRANCES HLlSACKY"Fran" is a
grand girl . . , brilliant and quiet hut
always willing to help a classmate
the answer to the teachers' dream of a
perfect pupil . , a conscientious work'
er especially as the French Cluh Presi-
ABRAllAlVl JcJlNll'lS,,fiHYl-l explain
the nickname hut it's"Captain Kiss"
,Al'1e's a friend to all . , his teasing
ways are tantalizing at times . . he
is active in school affairs . , an all-
JEAN R. KANE7"jean's" hobby is
having pen pals in far off lands . , en-
joys writing letters and hopes someday
to meet her friends from lndia . , , al-
ways found working , . rnemlwer of
JOSEPHINE KERN-Quiet, unas-
suming "Josie" loves to read and is
usually found with a book in her hand
. has been an active memher of the
Leaders Club and Commercial Clulw,
KATHERINE L KlPP,"Skipp
is very quiet and serious . , . always
found doing her work . . , is interested
in typing and shorthand and hopes to
continue her educational work in a
EMMA LANYl--A very active miss
is "Emma" . . .in thejuniur play . . .
on Hi-Life Staff . a monitor . . . are
some of her various activities . never
seen alone . . . always with l'ay . . .
likes to dance and read.
A l-lPliSKY," Andy "
those handsome men the girls
vu he's a leltermnn in
has winning ways and we
him as one of our best friends
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HELEN MAY lvlARTlN,"Snoops,
is active in activities president of
the Leader's Club . shes willing
worker in any undertaking and here's
wishing her lots ol luck in her new
fields to eonquer.
1 . L ISI: MAC.l'll'.N,,' Indie"
wishes to become a Telephone Opera-
tor and will do very well because ol' the
cheery "hello" that she has for every-
one loves sports and plays guard on
the Girl's Varsity.
she em oys reading
STANLEY lvlliCK-"Shirley" has
always been the envy of the girls be-
cause of his beautiful hair . . has been
Class President for two consecutive
years . , active member in many clubs
and played on the B.B. Varsity.
Rl Vlill V lVlAffl llifXl,."Ruth" would
be rich indeed, il' the
is Golden" were true
. lor relaxation
is a member of
the Glee Club and took part in the
Bli'l"l'Y lVlARRON,"l3eity" is quite
an actress , showed her ability when
she took part in the Commertial Club
Amateur program likes to sew and
is a member ol' the Glee Club
FRANK Mt:CORlvllCl'QWe'll all
remember quiet, slow-moving "Red"
as a hero in Football and Basketball
all his classmates , .
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choseti for Post-Gazette lvlerit Parade
l' B and BB, captain.
curly hair and pleasant smile
Il a lot in the three years he's
1 us he has done his bit in
3.B. and has shone in his
DONALD lVlll.LlfR ,U Lefty", one ol'
our big Seniors has as his specialty
Athletics . . . he loves B13 and l7.B.. .
works at Lou Sher's during his spare
time or maybe we should say spends
his time there
JANIST JEAN MlLLlZR-"Bil-is" is
one ol' the most entertaining classmates
is unsurpassed as a comedian . .
tall, with a real personality and has a
fine voice , . she's very popular.
JOSEPH D, Mill lARiBctter known
as "Joey" to his classmates enjoys
golfing and spends a large amount of
his time bowling . , was a member of
the Westmoreland Caddy Team . , is
a member ol' the Glee Club
GEORGE M0RFORD7"George" is
distinguished by his big bass voice and
slow motion , . , a real letterman is he
and a hero for four years in Football
. . , President of the Varsity Club.
A D GOLD
IZLEANOR JEAN MILLIKEN-
"Blondie" is tiny and as blonde as her
name indicates , . she's a very popular
lass and quite active in school alliairs
. has led our cheers with a will all
during high school
IRENE S. PLU'lilS-" Irene" is al-
ways jolly and her sunshine brightens
many a dreary day . . , a good student
and one who likes to sew and make her
SCHOOL CALEN DAR
Mar, l8-Leaders' Cluln Dance
lvlar ZZ-Senior trip to Court llouse
and City Jail
Apr. l-Varsity Club Dance
Apr. l-l-17-Easter Vacation
Apr 2l-22fjr. Play
lvlay lv-Varsity Club Dance
May I3-Senior Play
lvlay Z0-Junior Senior Promenade
lvlay 22fBaccalaureate Sermon
lvlav Z0-Class Night
lvlay 30-Nlemorial Dav
June 3ASchool Closes
BRUNO E, PROCOPIO-'Allottie"
should someday become a great wrestf
ler . he certainly had enough practice
in school . . . worked on Advertising
Stall' for the Yr. Book . . his future
RICHARD RlZlVlMY7"Riehey", it
wise-cracker , . displays lots ol' pep on
the dance floor . . . negro comic in
"lVlarry Before Midnight" . . . cheer-
leader during Sophomore year . ac-
amhition is to heeom
c a lawyer
jill IN GABRIEL RlNALDl7john-
ny has a way about him that demands
attention from others . . . this was
proven when he was put on the moni-
tor's force . . . played the part of a
crook in the junior play.
tive in French Club, Hi-Y and Glec
JOHN H R0NEY7Quiet, shy is our
john. . .if he ever had a girl it is still
unknown to his most intimate friends
. . . loves basketball but didn't play on
the team Shows his loyalty to V ll S
by attending every game of Basketball
and Football . . hopes to become an
FLORENCE lvl R0THL"Elo" came
to V l l S in herjunior year from 0 H S.
. . hopes to become a public account-
ant . . , helped to make many allairs
successful . . . likes to play the piano.
among our girls is "Shrimp" but that
doesnt hold her back . . , she takes an
active part in school functions and is
always ready to add her voice to any
LZNNIIZ SAN'l'UCCZl7"Schenny" is
-very onc's friend . . . her cheery smile
las brightened many a gloomy room
. ,gets anound to help out many eluhs
, is gifted with the rare talent of
getting a tune from a paper-covered
WlLLlA'Vl SA."ilVlANfNothing ever
worries i'Sax" , , , never gets excited
,calm , cool and collected is he , one
ofour best Basketball players . . quite
a Football man too . . . he aims to get
some ambition soon.
SARA SCOVlfl-,A'Scoop" lilies hinne
economies . perhaps she knows that
the way to a man's heart is thrt ugh his
stomach . took part in many activi-
ties particularly the Jr, play and the
Uperetta may he a nurse someday.
ANN Slfl IOVSKI ,hllananau is a
winner not only in Varsity B, B but
also with her pleasing personality . , .
she's always jolly and a real joy to all
xt ho know her
HARRY SllVlPSON-"Pe'l'e", a
quiet, plump little Senior who is a whi:
in mathematics . , . guards the front
door and hurries the laggarcls on their
way . . . likes Football . . . wants to he
an aeronautical engineer.
jliAN ll SlN'lY'lil'l,"-jean" everyones
friend has a sweet face as well as dis-
position . . . serves as a secretary to
lVlr Snyder in the office . , look part
in thej r. Play . , . member offjlee Cluh
and Commercial Club,
NVILLIAM SUlVllXf1lfRVll.l.lf,As a
hasketball manager docs a lot ofworry-
ing for the team . always willing to
take on another job is especially
interested in chemistry and athletics,
EAN SPANGl.liRfVcry neat and
uiet is i'Squihh" . . . is always ready
nd willing to help a classmate . . .her
:ture work will probably he taken up
'ith the duties of a housewife . . . was
1 the Operetta chorus.
ALTHEA C. STliXVAR'l'7"Pie" de-
serves a lot of laurels for even her press
ence and attendance with us , . . she
surely should be successful as a long
DELRUY S'l'RUNlfQBetter known
as A Strunk" . .a cheerleader . ,.lr.
Play Stage manager . . . one of the
monitors . . , these have been some of
his duties . . . he's ambitious to be an
SAMUlZl-,l SLTCTI IIZVICI L."Simba"
as he is known to his friends never has
much to say . , . is quite a lad though
when it comes to shorthand and typing
. . took the male lead in a play given
hy the Shorthand Class . . . Hails from
has been active as our Football and
Basketball manager and he really did
a swell job . . his crooning is popular
and has become a feature at high school
EUNlCE K. TARR-A real pal is
" Dune" and quite a singer too .... her
winning: ways have made her rank high
among her friends . . . all her Senior
friends wish her the best of success and
happiness in the future.
Tl IANE TliGE'l"l lOlTlT,.YVhcncver
there is an argument "Takey" is
usually in the midst of it . , , he's a
born leader . . . proved this in many
FLUX IJ TliNDlCZK7lSudy or Boody
.we don't know which because Floyd
doesn't know how to spell it himsellg
he's sunk many a basket for Verona
still thinks he should have taken typing
instead ol' French
WILLIAM WIZNDELLAAII the girls
envy Bill and his lovely golden hair
took part in jr. Play , . , has been an
efficient monitor . . enjoys a good time
especially likes to swim, dance and play
FRANCIS M, WYCIlClH4"l7ay" who
owns a name made famous by her
brothers in sports upheld the tradition
by taking active part in all school ae
tivities . . favorite pastime is dancing
and has quite a record for attending
RlllXll.l'll 'l'RA'l'AR,,We wonder
who blessed him with the nickname ol'
'lsazzyu . . one of the Basketball
stars cc-ol, calm and collected is
' Razzyu at all times
MARGARET WlLLlSON," Margie"
is a mystery lady . . . nothing much is
known about the real "Margie" . .
likes to play basketball . . is a member
of the Glee Club.
ANGIE C, YAGODNlK-l lere is a
popular miss with all the gems. , . she
is a tine dancer and gets along pleasant-
ly with anyone,
LOUIS TSOUNOSYA very witty boy
is "Creek" even though he is rather
slow . . he's tall and dark and eer-
tainly lives to argue , , one of our
outstanding Seniors is he.
HOWARD WOODS-The opposing
Football teams just wilt when they see
"Howdy" racing down the field to
meet them . . . active in many affairs
, , good part in the Operetta.
blonde little lass is known to our class
as "Dot " she ranks high scholast-
ieally . is interested in sports . played
center on the B. B, Team . . . a becoming
blush has she
Our Alma Mater
Verona's Alma Mater
O'er the purple hills encompassed,
Bathed in ambient air,
Gem of Verona's lovely valley,
Stands our High School fair.
Blest by love of all her children-
See her colors proudly waving,
Purple and the Gold
Royal purple, Honor's emblem,
Golden seal of Truth-
These she Hings as inspiration
To the heart of youth.
Splendid promise to the future-
Wrought by knightly deed
Splendid heir of long tradition
Bid her now "God-Speed, "
Lift your voices, sing her praises
Over hill and dale,
Hail to thee, our Alma Mater,
High School, Hail All Hail!
-Adapted from Cornell Song
l:If-VI low' liuvacic, licnti
llhlmcr. l loward, Kccnc,
Smith, Cook, Noting, livclyn
Stvviil rim' lXlarum. liroxxn,
Polh, lvlurray, Dougan. Gros-
sa, Gugliuzza, Dt-llaek, l'ray
'flvml rim' Herman, -Ncklin,
lvlillcr, llucbcn, filwarlesxx-wrlli,
lvloiirc, lfix. TSHIUXIULIS. l.zilm
First mu' Tsounos, fiornm.
Davis, l'arroxx, Coleman, hic-
Willianis. Licncsa Long. C.clwL'-
Scroll-l1'rvi1' llouglialncl' lien-
co. lforiu. Allman, XN'lillc,
Third run lyilllcr, Cirgrlcli,
Dcllack, lX1cck, llays. Roih,
ln September, N35 the portals ol Verona High School opened to admit forty-
ninc very timid Freshmen and to introduce them into the various activities.
Perhaps the new routine was too much for them so the poor Vreshies after
their lirst few weeks of real initiation placed themselves in the background. They
accomplished nothing ol' importance the First year and decided to waitforanother
term to make a name for themselves.
As Sophomores, some distinguished themselves as reporters on the weekly
school paper, "The Hi-Life". Others took active part in club activities but as a
whole the class remained inactive.
Now in their third year they felt a sudden urge to do something, so on the
rolls of the various clubs we hnd a large representation olgluniors. ivlany also took
part in the operetta which they helped to put over in a big way. Their play which
was called, "The Red-Headed Step-Child" proved to be a great success and the
directoresses and the cast are to be complimented. The klunior Promenade at
which they will be hosts to the Seniors is their special object for later this year.
As the class book closes on the third year in V. H. S. one and all begin to think
of the Hnal year to come. Their only hope is to achieve Upoise and dignity' as
First mir .-Xuen. lXlull, Lyter,
Butler, lfelxtr, lestcrelli,
Schaney. Roth, Jean W'esl-
Svrtvriti mir llnd, XVeir, Buda
Payone, Gunning, Hill. Del-
laek, Premiek, Brady, Cfaulicld
'l'l1irtl mu Spiajear, Wuodings,
Mehelie, liertosa. Peretie,
Piesmxicz, lirazier. Alcorn,
lX1iller. Bennett. l.Ol11l'W8I'kl0ZZI
I71r.vl mu' Humphrey, llop-
kins, lfrazier, Woodhall, llct-
rlelx, Sistek. llaan, Nliller,
lxiaehen, Clyde Clements
Xeeurztl rim' Lung, Santucci
luekey, lXf1eCft'rn1iek. Coleman
Moore, Grogan. Crnjarieh,
llalwllon, l,il1erlu, Bedding-
Il-lllftf mil' Burrows, Allman
Bowen, Ritchey, Bierlwower
White. Shadltg DeVita, Car-
vm, Simmons, Strunk
Two down and two to go! This may sound like a football game but it is the
game of liI'e in which the Sophomores are more involved than any other students
in the high school. They have had two years of fun, attending parties, dances,
football and basketball games. All views of school only as good times,
Little was heard from the present Sophs when they were Freshies but their
work on the junior Varsity brought many of the boys before the public eye this
year, and some of the girls have attained positions on the girls varsity basketball
team and in the Leaders' Club.
Next year the Class of '40 will be heard in many places.
NN illiam Alcorn
,I oseph l.IlWCl'lU
xl ean Westlake
ITIFXI mn' KFHlNiiS.c:UI11l11l!1LIN,
Kenyon, Raeioppo, Young.
Davis, lX1cCiornilelt, lvlorliin
Swivritl mu' Wlarlin, iliuckey,
Kumareo, Gorny, DcVita,
Quimiro, fXnll1onN, Vuseiu.
Dcntino, Wilson. Renialey
Kralsas, Niue Pierce
'lihinl mu' Palmo, Phillips.
l lezar, Lallcrl x. Ritchey.
lXfcl1.'lic, Varassi, Peneo, XVIV
noski, iiiraeclli, Zalwaysvgls,
l"1r.x'l mil' Goss, liarr, Wlcl-
morc. Willison. Roth, Lerseh.
Sepclyak. Zolel, Currie, XVII-
wn, Rilehty, Welinei'
Saturn! run' Gillespie, U'Cfcmf
ncll, Randas, Starr, Rcmnicy,
Raalsc, Caiwor, Bennett, Ada
amsky, lvicilrail, Goruni, Fvias.
trogiaeimio, Merle Brahler
'liliirfl mu' Areer lrwin, Dugan,
Plulis, Sepclyak, Mauro, Luc-
koek, llclslcy , Cfeslnik, Morrell,
Lerseh, lfrxrle, Duliuzlo, Roth
The ninth grade is rapidly approaching the stage where their interests ap-
proximate those ol' the adult. We Gnd some already anxious to follow the lure of
rod and gun, some with the knack of putting together novel designs for lamps,
hook-ends and other small wooden novelties while others with ability, make in-
Of course, such games as mushlwall, lwasehall and lwaslaetlwall are very popular
'lhc girls are especially outstanding in loasltetloall having become the junior and
Senior High champions in inter-class competition. Roller skating has a number
ol' devotees and dancing is at the top ofthe list for the girls. The girls are also in-
terested in sewing and many have made holeros and blouses.
At Christmas time the class held a play entitled "Christmas at Grandmasf
A eomhined glee club from both sections was an added feature of the program.
lvlr, Brahler and lvliss Pierce are the report room teachers. lVlr, Brahler toolc
the place of Mr. Marshall who left us earlier in the year.
' ' ' E38 puiuiii
Frm! mu' l-leakins, Agnich,
Pope, W'ilson, Hann, Labor,
lvlclkinley, Wolfe, Bennett,
Nelson, Koney, Shaw
Serum! run' La Shaell, Alcorn,
Arnold, lvlauro, Wright, lfxrulc,
Arnold, lvlauro, Wright, Krul
Dudczak, Chaney, Rogers,
Pietkievitch, Lorey, Garvin,
lk-1eKnight, Costa, Hunter
'l'hmi run' Ellis, Sistek, Bruno,
Reardick, Charlesworth, Wise-
garhur, jansyon, Simmons,
lX4okasek, lntorre, Clark, Bos-
co, Burrows, Iv1m:CIormick. Cor-
Firxl mu- Carlsen, l"iw, Al-
heris, Costa, Radovitch, lfiler,
lllesc, lnlorre, Veseio, lVloorC,
Rogers, Keisrer, Humphrey,
Semlinl mu' lxlaehen, lvleilson,
Randas, llarper, Clupion, NVi
liams, Hill, Lyler, jansson,
liumgardner, Carlton, Smith,
'Hurd mu' Lanious, liergolclt
Saxman. Wolfe Lasher, Me-
Williams. Lalierly, Pfeil, Car
ner, Redding, Zesky, Burlosa
lvlr. Lindley and Mr. McGill guided the footsteps ol this group through the
mazes ol the eighth grade.
Un George Washingtons Birthday, they presented an interesting assembly
program which was enjoyed by the student body.
They have taken a great interest in Girl and Boy Scout work, and are very
much enthused about attaining a higher rank in this work, In Shop Work and
Mechanical Drawing the boys are at their best. lt has been said that Mr. Sheer
has to keep the shop locked in order to keep the junior High boys out. Now
whether these people are all eighth graders or not we cant say but a part of them
are. Cooking and sewing are the girls' interests and many new recipes are tried
out on the family at home after the cooking class is over.
i 1 I I i 1
Fnxl mu' liueliippii, lfruzlcl
Sill, Clrnjal'icl1, Norlilaii. l'i'rv-
copiti, K'z1rlsoi1, Xxlllltg Cielw-
lius, Simmer ffuinmuigs, lioli-
Scimul mui Normaln. -Nllman,
liursie. Santtleci, Wilson, llusf
chl, llrighl, Uutlejals, l.u:t'r,
l.rvx'zlr, Xllzillwl. Alklnnnpsnin,
Renmlex. Rt'lNt'ceu filllmlng-
'llinil mn- livers, iXliirullls,
Could, Scclch, llunl-dex. Sim-
lnuns, W lNille11Iwt'l'gel'. ,luhnf
will, Circgo, C.zll'elndl, Xlfxllyer.
fflrxl mu l'pxzxlI, Powell,
Alvcl'cl'in1il1ic, .Xl1lerllig, l.uIlt'x
Cialwud, liurlsharl, Wiiotly
Piesoxx ici, Krnli. l"otlgoi'leli,
Stmmriil' mil' Sinnuc, Nlzlef
Urt'gul'. lXlurlxox itch, l lann
Kelsler, lX'lt'l1t'llc, fft-stink.
Quinn, lXlull, Nellis, Klalww,
Smyth, Dunn lXlargart'l Stel-
'llmil mil' 'l'lloinpsinr Roth.
l7udc:ul4, ffolenmn, 'l'ut'ltex.
Costa. l1zm'I1t's, lltrps, Lasliel.
'lkureliitr lXlalm1, liulalniiv Nlil-
lt was during this year that the seventh grade class made their dehut in the
junior High Building. This was a novel experience to most ol them as this gave
them the opportunity to consider themselves ladies and gentlemeninstead of
"mere children". The schedule of the seventh graders dillered somewhat from
their former years in that the girls made their hrst attempts at sewing and cools-
ing under the supervision of Miss Katherine I. McCollum and the hoys were
husily occupied with carpentry on a small scale aided hy Mr. Sheer.
Seizing their hrst opportunity at the chances of using a gymnasium, the
seventh grades major interest, has heen haskethall. Nluch ol' their leisure time
after school has been spent in the gym.
The seventh grade has worked under the guidance ol' Miss Stelly and Miss
Cunningham as home room teachers. lf this grade continues in their present st.ride
the hest can he expected of them.
Z-be C 74cHviHe9
lH'l,:Imii'ZlVLl fl, lu
Firxl row lfortc, Gritzur, T
lvleck, S lvlcck, Herman.
Second mu! lfruck, Roth, li
Miller, ffharlesworlh, l.alin.
lvlorfurd, ll Duuds, Sponsor
'fhmi mu' Brown, Wendell,
llays. 'lnegcthixlk Xurcmtls, Nl
Miller. lxfloorc, lfrasier
Senior Hi -Y
Under the sponsorship of our genial P.O.l3. teacher, the Senior Hi-Y got off
to a great but rather late start, After election ol officers and initiation of new
members the club settled down to business. The Hi-Y members proudly strut
about wearing club emblems on their chests These are representatives ofthe aims
ol the club which are:
To seek, to create and maintain high standards of Christian living and clean
sportsmanship throughout the school.
The clubs activities have been numerous. Being granted the use of the gym
for certain nights, a basketball team was formed and alter strenuous practice the
team played several games at home and abroad. Swimming at the East Liberty
Y.Ivl,C.A. was also a feature, and last but not least. the parties were enjoyed by
all. No less enjoyable was that portion of the club work where each boy had a
voice in conducting the business.
All this might lead one to consider this club as all fun and no work but that
is a mistaken idea. Twentyfive boys belong to the Hi-Y and they are seldom ab-
sent, It is an attractive club with high ideals for its members.
Shi in sur
Merle j Brahle
l'lr'.vI mu' lxllisi Rt-in-iley. C1-sta, lXlluru, Lashull, Burrows, Cfliar'lesxx'm'tl1. Gillespie, Pleill,
.S'i'inr1dm14' D,-Vitir lfurte Hrunii. Vt-sem. l. l.al'l't'l'lx'. Zakraysck. Sher, Arnold. lvlcllwriiwick.
Denlinrr, lvl l':r.ililcr. Spimsnr
'flmil mu' ljl1illips,ffiarclli, Yziixissi. I lulslcx. lliluhcy, Nlulxusek, lnlwrre. XX' l.al'l'L'r'ly, QL1li11lriw
The junior Hi-Y is one of the most outstanding and successful clubs of
the junior High School, Under the guidance of both Mr, lwlarshall and
Mr. Brahler they did their best to uphold the ideals of fair play and clean
sportsmanship, which is associated with their organization, a branch of
the Senior Hi-Y. Their swimming parties and other social events were
always well planned and well attended The jr. Hi-Y has succeeded ad-
mirahly in upholding for the future a club that all boys want to join and
an organization with which parents and teachers are glad to cooperate.
The Stall' At Work
Purple And Gold Staff
A thing ofthe past was the year book until about Qctober of '37, Then rumors
were whispered abroad that there was to be one published in l938 after a lapse of
hve years. Very little was dehnitely decided until about January, when a staff
was selected and work was really begun. To most of us the whole idea was new,
and we had to start from scratch. Pictures were taken in February, and writing
got underway soon after so that the work of assembling was completed in March.
PURPLE AND CULD STAFF
Editor7 777 d,.. dt,t,t,tt, 7777777777 7WesleyFriCk
Assistant Editors 7 7 7 7 777 Martha jane AbercrombieeMartha Roth
Activities Editors 7 7 777 777 7.7. . . William WendellAEunice Tarr
Senior Editors 777 7 7 77 7 7 ,tt,t,t,,t Emma Lanyi-Frances Husack
Boys' Athletic Reporters 77 Floyd Tendick-George Latin
Girls' Athletic Reporter, 77 7 7, 77 7 7 7 7Charlotte Alcorn
Alumni Correspondents 7 7 jean Smyth-A-fHelen M. Martin
Business Managers 7 7 , l-loward Costelloal: rank Dellack
Asst Bus. Managers7 7 7 7 7 7 77 7 7 Robert RothaRaymond Boughamer
Advertising Manager 7 7 77 77 7 77 7 7 7 7 ,e,et .7177 7 7 7 7 -Thane Tegethoff
Asst Adv. Managers 7 7 7 Mahlon Miller, Bruno Procopio, Nick Anthimides
Circulation Manager77 7 ,e,ee,e,e 77777 7. 7777 777777 77 7,77Florence Roth
Sales Representatives 777 7 7 Sara Scovel, jean Kane, Margaret Willison, Anthony
. 7 7.7777 .. 7 7777 7Forte, Sam Suchevich, james Tamburro, Jennie Santucci
Art Staff7. .7 77777777777777.777.777777.7777777 77 .janet Millerflimmett Shutes
Fzrxl mu' livclyn Claypool, lfnd. J. Butler, Milliken, Smyth, Dachillc, llhlmcr, Cugliuzza
lvl Corina, lf Coleman, S Corina, Santostcfano,
Serum! mu- Kovacic Pcnco, C Alcorn. Costa, ll Alcorn, Allman. lxlillcr, Forte, Babilun,
lVlcWilliams. Moore, Cook, Celwclius, Wycich
'Html mu' Schanuy, Murray, Roth, Yagotlnik, Lanyi, Scovcl, Tarr, Santucci. licntz, Kane,
l rcmiclc, Wclr. Kern. Keene, lYlcCorinick, Grossa
Ifuurllimw Mchclic NVcntltll latin Crit tr ll lx Nl l R lx
. N , ' ' , ." , 1 :' . acric ', . I cet, oncy, 'ix, Anlhimctlcs. Maron:
Proeopio, Calhoun, Simmons
Frflli mu' l7ortc, Tanilwurro, l3L'nnx', Roth, l.lpt-slxy. Suclir-viclw, 'lTcgctlml'l'
The purposes of the Commercial Club are as follows: To promote interest
in the business world and in the study of commercial subjects: to encourage a
social spirit by offering opportunities for wholesome social contractg and to be-
come familiar with modern progressive business methods and systems.
The Club was organized on November 9, 1937. Money which was collected
from dues was used for the purchasing of a paper cutter, typewriter covers and
other equipment which will prove beneficial to our Commercial Department.
On Friday December 10, the club held a dance in the new gymnasium . Argyros
furnished the music and a good floor show helped to make it a grand evening,one
which was well spent. This enterprise proved very successful and the proceeds
were added to the treasury.
Besides operating for commercial activities, the Commercial Club gave an
amateur hour in assembly. The participants who were members of the club in-
cluded singers and harmonica players and other talented people. This proved
interesting and entertaining and cash prizes were given to the winners.
Much is expected of those in the business world today and the hope is that
the Commercial Club work will prove of some benefit to us later. Although the
club was not organized until very recently it has taken its place among the other
clubs at V. H. S.
.St't'n'l L1 ry
XVrlght,Gimrdon,Roth,l-lerm3n.lVllller.Alcorn,lX1cVv'illian1s, Young, ,Jane Nleffullouggh, .Nelxlin
The high school orchestra was privileged to he a part of a larger
and more experienced group of musicians at the dedication of the
new Senior High huilding. A great deal of practice was required
for this and the memlwers attended diligently. All were enthusiastic
and eager to do their part when called upon,
Miss McCullough proved to he quite a patient and helplul direc-
tor, aiding, in every way to smooth out the difficult spots.
William Alcorn ,... l ruinpcl
Vernon Acklin . . .... Drums
Slcmcl Gordon . ..,.. .,,. . Violin
led Herman , .Saxopliong Clarinet
Joseph lVlcXVllliums ...... Accordion
iVlahlon lVlillt'r ,. Saxophone, Clarinet
Martha Roth ..., . ...., . Violin
Robert lloih, .. . , ., Mfflzirincl
Dora .lean Vv'rig1hl ., . . ...Violin
hlary l.ouisc Young. ..,. Piano
lfzrsl row, Vwfycich, Kern, llopkins Yagodnik. Lanvi, C, Alcorn Ifcl-qcr, lvlurrav, lvl Corina S
Corina, Long, lf, Roth, Santostcfano, lVlissJanc lVlc'Cullough. Sponsor I I
.S'i't'ur1ilI'm:' Costa, lind, NVoodhall, Turf, lxlarron, Zakraysck, Kane, lX'1achcn, liursic, Sislck, lvl
Roth, Dachillc, V Smith, I I. Alcorn, Spangler. Plutis
'Hind mug Moore, J. lwiiller, J. Butler, lX4illiken, Scovcl Grogan llctrich Wlllllillli,fXIWCI'Cl'Ul'l1lTllI
McVv'illiams, If Coleman, Ccbclius, Schovski, Cook, White, I5 Butler, I lulmphrcy'
Fuurlli mug' J. lDcVita, 'I-cslarclla, lVlcCormick, XVeir, Prcmick, liabilnn, I5 lvlillcr, l'l lviachcn
Sanlucci, Il lvlachcn, D, Forte, Lytcr, Tuckcy, lXIull, Anthimidus, Buddingiicld
Fijlli mul Garvin, Rinaldi, Ilat-rick, Suchcvich, Gritzer, lvlcck, Joe DcVita, Herman, D Strunk
llIlL'l'lL'j', IT. Strunk, Varassi, Quimcro, Phillips
Smlli mir, I.ombardo:zi, Vx'cndcll, Vcscio, Tamburro, I.ipcsl4y, lit-nnv, NVootIs, llcwitt, Jones
'lsoul1os, lviiltolt-lic, Chzirlcsworth, IE. Alcorn, I lays, J Davis
The Glee Club
For the hrst time in many years the Verona High Schools Clee Club has had
the chance to entertain the public with their youthful voices. Under the direction
of Miss Jane McCullough they have given severalpcrlormances,thehrst being at
the dedication of the new high school building. At that time the club sang three
selections, " I-Ioming " The Builder " and "The Heavens are Declaring and their
voices blended very nicely. The Glee Club also appeared in assembly and spon-
sored an Operetta and a Federal Symphony Concert at various times throughout
Weekly meetings were held by the club and much time and patience was
devoted to the practice of new song.
For the fine entertainment given to us during the school year of '37-'38,
members of the Glee Club, we salute you.
i i x
A D GOLD
Frm! mu' Scovcl, Tarr, lvliller, Santucci, Yagodnik, Smyth, Rebecca Cunningham, Sponsor
Suroritl ron' Cebelius. Sehovski, Santostcfano, Tuckey, Corina, Butler, Long. Wwcich, llhlmer
'lllizrti mir. Roth, Mull, Nlurray, NVoodhaII, llsabilun. Zakraysck, Hctrick, Kcrn,lllutis,iXf1artin
Helen lvlay lv1artin
Miss Rebecca Cun-
The Leaders Club
The Leaders' Club was founded the term of l933 and '34 by lvliss Saloff.
Since then the succeeding heads of the girls' physical education have carried on
the work. The club is now in its hfth year in the Verona School. When the club
was first organized the "leaders" were girls who automatically became members
of the club when they earned a required number of points for hiking, playing
basketball, and the like. Now a girl must be voted into the club by the members.
However the girl must be willing to work for the benefit of the club and school,
Last fall the club started off with a bang. Late in September new members
were elected and initiated, The club held the hrst dance of the season on October
8, l937. Later, with a tumbling exhibition in assembly they presented the mats,
which last years club had bought. During football season members of the club
worked hard on the athletic field selling tickets, candy, pop, coffee, hot dogs and
hamburgers. ln October came their Halloween party, after that was a pot luck
supper ln December they had a shower for a member who was being married.
Basketball season tickets were purchased from the club treasury for every mem-
ber. On january Zl, N938 they held a party and in March came the St. Patricks
Day Dance. The proceeds of this were used to buy all the members attractive
white jackets. Surely this club represents the female leaders of the school,
Firsl rim- XVcndcll, Forte, Crilzcr, 'l' Meek, lcndick, llcrman. 'l'cgctholl', Dc Vita
Sunni! run' Clyde Clements, Aclilin, Saxman, Lipeslqy, Wvootls, lXliller, lxloi-loud, lXlclfurniiclx.
'fliinl mu' l7ricl4, Benny, llacricl4, Strunk, blikcilcllc. 'l'ralar, S lXf'lccl4, Sunililclwllle, l.2lllll,
si 4 llruxitfclil
The Varsity Club was organized this year as an organization for lcttcrmen
of Verona High School. 'li he club purposed to attain high standards for sports-
manship throughout the school with due awards for participation in various sports.
ln order to be eligible for membership one must have been awarded a Nfarsity
'lhe members of the club served as a committee to dispose of tickets for thc
tournament games at the Stadium and as a result SCO ticltets were purchased by
Veronians. Another activity was the unusual musical show presented in assembly
before the W.P.l.A,L finals where Argyros and his orchestra accompanied by
klimmie Tolbert of Oaltmont and Martha Lee Williams of Verona, entertained.
A very successful party honoring the Verona Champions was held in the old
gymnasium for the club and friends and it was followed by a dance held in April.
All in all the club had a successful year.
I fuilxiai ur
'dc Cf Vlcmenls
l M.Yi'iiii'i! llL'I1'Il11X, Roth, lliys, l5.irlt-r. Farrowi Young, XVl1ilu, Davis, 'l'sour1os. Smith, Fraxwi i
.Ylmiilimg lN1oi'Ionl, 'llotmox ,lean Wt-sll ilw Spoiisiuj Iluwiil, ffliiirli-swiirili, I lusiitlt, liiiviv
Secrelury und 'l'r'uu.tu
Le Cercle Francais
The French Club was formed to stimulate an interest. in the language and
customs of France. lvleeting informally at rather frequent intervals enables the
members to enjoy songs, games, and anecdotes for which there is insufficient time
in the classrooms Since a language becomes more vital if it is used in a social at-
mosphere, the group is encouraged at all times to make use of simple French
The formal business meeting is conducted in the foreign tongue, and the practice
is continued in the social hour which follow s. Occasionally an inexpensive prize
is awarded to the person who proves himself kecnest in a game or contest.
During the various holiday seasons, special programs are prepared in order
to point out the similarities and differences of American and French customs
These sessions bring to light the fact that the French are people very much like
us after all, and a bond of international understanding is established. This bond
is further strengthened by correspondence with pupils of approximately the same
age and taste in France. Many of the letters reveal habits and modes of speech
which are not easily found elsewhere Pictures, clippings, magazine, and news-
papers that are exchanged prove to be another source of interest
The members feel, then, that their undertaking is worthwhile not only be-
cause it promotes friendship between nations, but also be cause it pays dividends
Sealed l lernwan, Long. lX4iller, lforte, Costello
Slmiriilirig Hays, Scovtl, Ruth, l.ipeslq, llacricls. .'Xleorn, l ltw lt! . Vwiviwtls.
Cfln ld Louisiana"
Operetta in Three Acts
Produced by Glee Club
The operetta in three acts " ln Uld Louisiana " was a story hased on Southern
plantation life, a romance of the old South. On a New Orlean plantation owned
hy Pilot Farley, pilot of a Mississippi River Boat, Rose the daughter ol' Pilot
lfarley is loved hy and returns the affections of Richard St. John, a young South-
A duel was fought by Richard St. john and Scudder the villain of the play.
There was also a very pretty love affair between Richards sister Martha and his
friend Monty Gray, a Northern gentleman. Scenes between Old Ned and his
wife judy, colored SCl'V31'1tS of Pilot Farley, were mirth provoking. Bill Alcorn
won the acting award for his comedy throughout the play.
llxrucc Nlac Duugal..Cui1l1Iy Slluriff. ,l luxxartl Wicuwcls Cfurina, li lloplsins, ill liclier, D XVuudhall, B linc-
ifhorusol Planters: li lwlillcr, R Machen, li Qirog,:ari, key, M lestarella, Vera Smith Ki Alcorn, ,I Spang-
ll Alcorn, ll Daehille, R Ccurrliul Butler, li lvlarron, ler, lxl Roth, li Cinleman
Nl lVlurray,Hll Santoslefano, R Rcmmy, A Linn- Spanish Girl ........ ,.,.,.,........ . lftlilh Costa
hardn::i,l- lsnunos, R RiIel1ey,XY lfrieluj Rinaldi. lrish . .,., , ,.,... . ..., li l.yter
j. Davis, JN Quimircm, V Vcsem, W' Phillips,-l llumphf Japanese . , , S Ciiwrina
rey, ul Premiek, lf Cehelius, j lXf'lillL'r, li Sistelc, ll Dutch . ,...G Nlull
McWilliams. S hfleek, ,l. De Vila, If Clwarleswurth, lfreneh ., . .lf lfntl
N Anthimt-tles,l7 lentllelx, D Strunk, li Ugtlen Chinest' . .,.. li Butler
Pirates: j Santueci, A XMCIT, R lvlcfiorniiclt, S lfgyptian . .... lX1 Cforina
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KN D GULD
"Red Headed Step Child"
A Comedy in Three Acts
By Charles George
When Richard Russell brings his young daughter by his first marriage from
the western ranch, where she has been brought up without education or culture
to his fashionable Chicago home to live. society freely predicts that the experiment
will be a failureg and it is. lt would be easier to domesticate the wild deer than to
tame this free and unspoiled child of nature who is in her element breaking bronchos
and completely at sea in trying to learn the technique of afternoon tea Bess soon
finds herself about as popular with the women of the household as a case of measles.
lt is a hilarious comedy and the juniors are to be commended for their work.
Mrs Edith Russell Ricliards second wife C Helen McWilliams
MrsC Oliver Woodruff C C C Society matron, her friends C Dolly Forte
Mrs. Emory ScottCC CC CC CC ttoo, C C C C Veronica Kovacic
Briggs C s,,c,, C C C C CC C The Russels' butler C C C Chauncy Moore
Lucia RussellC C C Their daughierC C CCC C C C C Margaret White
Dudley Russell C Tleeir sort C C Fay Fraysier
Elizabeth Russell fBessJ. Richards daughierfrom the 'west Eleanor Coleman
Richard Russell A financierw C C C Mortimer Rubin
George Garrison C Presumably Lucias admirer Raymond Boughamer
Ethel Ashley Cffoung society girlC C CC C C. Edith Cebelius
Lucille Christy Young society girlC Margaret Farrow
Flora Farnum C CC Dudlexfs iriamorata Ruth Cook
Ifirxl mu' Zakraysck, Abercrombie, Ciorina, lX4achcri, l.anyi, NVycich, Tarr, Alcorn, Aucn,
Qi ttk, Kovacic, Scovcl.
Nut'nndru1l' Lombardoxi. Herman, lvl Miller, li lvlillcr, Dcllach, Tcndicl-Q, Brown, lfraysicr,
Bc utzhamcr, Prncopio
Iililrd rim' Wendell, l lays,Tcgcll1oI'f,Nlcck, lflcxx itt, Wlvods, Strunk, lX4cCormicl4, Summerville,
Monitors and Ushers
Along with our new building, a new system of government was introduced
to us. A group of fourteen Senior students were chosen to be monitors of our halls
These monitors were supposed to set the example of behavior to their fellow stu-
dents during the school hours. They were entrusted with the all important duty
of maintaining order at change of classes and at dismissal.
There were also ushers appointed-two from each class. Their duty was to
conduct their class to its respective place in the auditorium for assembly each
morning, where the student body participates in devotional exercises Besides
the regular group of ushers there are several students who act in the same capacity
to the junior High School pupils when the y attend our assemblies as our guests
There are an even number of boys and girls acting as monitors, Martha jane
Abercrombie being captain of the girls, and Bill Wendell, of the boys Each of the
monitors has a dehnite post but these are varied occasionally They have meetings
at regular intervals. On these occasions they discuss the various problems which
confront them and try to find the proper solutions
As a reward for their dutiful efforts the monitors enjoyed a social event
which was a party to their honor, They brought their friends, forgot their dignity
and had a good time.
Thanks to our monitors, a new era of peace has reigned in our halls.
Scenes At V. H. S.
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Facts And Figzl res
Verona High Schools i037 footldall team was quite suc-
cesf ful from several standpoints Winning ive out of nine
regular games and scoring 78 points to our opponents 58.
players receiving no serious injuries and a growing attend-
ance at the games shows that foothall is becoming more and
more popular in Verona. Oaltmont, Willsinslwurg and fidge-
wood games drew the largest crowds of all. Some of thc
unusual facts about the year were that Verona defeated
Millvale for the fourteenth time and that a special street
ear transported the Verona rooters to Edgewood. Our
team this year consisted of hig men The line average was
l8O pounds and the hacltfield lofi pounds. Good playing
weather was our lot in most cases.
Squad Has Successful Season
Some of the schools with whom our games were scheduled this year were
schools out of our class but we scored l-l points to our opponents 18, We were de-
feated by Stowe Township, the Class A champions by only six points. Out of 59
attempted passes, -L5 were completed. That averages 75 per cent. All in all a
successful football season.
At the close of the season, the second annual banquet was held, All the mem-
bers of the team, school board, coaches, cheerleaders and a few other guests were
present, An enjoyable evening for all!
Letters, marked so as to show the number of years service to the football
team, were presented by Coach Clyde Clements in Assembly. This years team
being composed mainly of Seniors leaves a wide gap to be filled next year.
A look into the future shows perhaps the toughest schedule any Verona team
has played in a long while. Starting September 10th, there will be ten scheduled
games with Turtle Creek, Wilkinsburg, Edgewood, Apollo, Leetsdale, Arnold,
Aspinwall, Stowe Township, East Mclieesport and Gakmont as our rivals. We
wish the best of luck to the team of 1938-39 in this undertaking. This also brings
to mind the Verona junior Mens Club trophy won by Verona High this year when
they defeated Oakmont,
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GEORGE lVlORFORD,eFullhack . , . only
four year mar! on the team , . . an excellent
hloeker . . when we needed that extra point,
George was always there to get it . , once he
got started, he was hard to stop.
RED lVlCCORlVllClLl'lalflwaek . , . a senior
and a three year man , , . triple-threat man who
kicks, runs and passes equally well . as eo-
captain he lcd our team on to many a victory,
BILL WlfNDl2LL-Quarterhaek . . . although
a little feollow he certainly could block . . . a
Senior with two years service , . . a good all-
around player but a whiz when receiving passes
LEFTY lVllLLERLHalfhack . , . also tried
center position . , a hig fellow with two years
experience whose work in receiving passes and
backing up the linc was exceptional
jOE WOODS, -Tackle . . a Senior who has
played football for three years . our heaviest
man whom very few teams could move part
of that "invincible H right side ofthe line
THANE TliGE'l'l+lUl7F-Guard . . . not very
big but tilleti an important position on the team
. , . some say that he seared the other teams by
his grimaces , . , he played hard from start to
iinisn during the last two years.
MIKL GRlTZER..Center. . . a chubby little
rascal who played good football . . . always in
the middle of the tray and enjoying it . . . a
Senior of two years experience
HARRY SllVlPSON-Guard . , . although
his first year at football he made good . . . a
hard player who did his job well
VERNON ACKl-lN7Tackle . . co-captain
and a Junior who has served two years . . he
says hell rather play ioothall than eat . . . a
hard player who always got his man.
l-LOYD TENDlCl'QFnd . . . a Senior who
played his position well although it was his
first year . too had there weren't more like
Floyd especially for his eo-operation.
BILL SAXlVlANLllnd , . . a Senior of two
years experience and a good defensive player
. . . he says hc took six men out of play at one
time during the Aspinwall game , . ask him
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Action On The Field
FACTS AND FIGURES
For the nrst time in the history of tlre school, V. H. S. won the championship
of Section l9 in the W.P.I.A.L. Verona's feat in annexing not only his title but
that of Class B Champions of Western Pennsylvania is all the more creditable
in view of the fact that the boys had to fight an uphill battle to get to the top.
Approximately 500 Verona rooters supported the team exceptionally well at the
Our boys reached their greatest heights of the season when they defeated
Etna in the Section 19 play-off. This game was played on February 23 on th
Westinghouse Memorial High School floor in Wilmerding. Although Verona
was trailing at the end of the first quarter they jumped into the lead during the
second period and held that position until the Hnal whistle blew The game ended
with the score 27-23.
Next on their schedule after this decisive battle was a hard tussle with East
Pittsburgh, the pre-tournament favorite for the class B title. Although Verona
displayed a fine attack, they were outscored in the first half by the Classy Sham-
rocks. From the beginning of the second half the Verona Yellow jackets took
East Pittsburghs stride and walked away with a 33-30 victory tucked under their
Rostraver, a high scoring quintet from the vicinity of Uniontown, opposed
Verona on the following Wednesday A close score was anticipated. To the sur-
prise of all, the Rostraver passers fell by the wayside and Verona was the victor
with a score of 38-26 to their credit.
The finals were set for Saturday when Verona's opponent was Bellevue.
Verona went into the game with but one thought in mind and that was to be the
Class B champs. Showing their superiority in every way the Purple and Gold
passers completely outclassed Bellevue with a high scoring attack. The game
ended with Verona on the top. These boys who fought from fourth place in the
league to the Western Pennsylvania championships should be a glorious memorial
to those who carry Verona's colors in the future and they deserve all the credit
that we can possibly give them. To coach Clyde Clements for his constant and
untiring efforts, a heap of praise is also due.
How They Fared
WH. Verona 30 Alumni 25 H, Verona Oakmont
YH, Verona 42 Pitcairn 22 H. Verona Etna
+A. Verona 37 Franklin 27 A Verona Sharpsburg
'kl-l. Verona 40 Franklin l5 4'A. Verona Penn Twp,
WA. Verona 32 Pitcairn 40 H, Verona Aspinwall
"'H. Verona Zl Wilmerding 3l A, Verona Shaler
A. Verona 36 Springdale Z0 H. Verona lvlillvale
H. Verona 43 Sharpsburg 14 A. Verona Qakmont
AH. Verona 59 Penn Twp. 2l MA. Verona Etna
A, Verona 30 Aspinwall 22 M'l'A. Verona IL. Pittsburgh
H. Verona 34 Shaler 36 M'lfA, Verona Rostraver
A. Verona 27 Millvale 28 WWA. Verona Bellevue
4' Non-League Games
40" Play-oh' for Sectio
which was played At
n 19 Class B Championship
W' W. P. I. A. L. Elimination played at Stadium
Center Piccurc4Vcrona, Oakmont Game
jk ' Personalities
FRANK McCORMlCKLUuarcl and Varsity
captain , . . member of Sun-Tele Silver Medal
team End for three years a hard player for
V, . .
DONALD MILLER, Lefty's career on the
basketball court was started as a guard with
the junior Varsity . , . he proved to be a better
forward and this season totalled 343 points,
second high scorer in the W. P, l, A. L, tourna-
ment . . . made forward on Sun-Tele Gold
WILLIAM SAXMAN,Guard who has played
Varsity basketball for the last two years . .
although he has not added many points to the
score, he played a hard game and was always
in the thick of the scramble . . , netted 31
points during the year.
RUDY TRATAR..Forward . . . tall quiet lad
who certainly knows his basketball . . . made
the Sun-Tele Gold Medal team and ranked as
third high scorer in Verona.
FLOYD TENDlCKLCenter who has served
one year on the Varsity . . . certainly tried
hard and rated as second high scorer this year.
l"RliD llAliRlCK7Une ol' thc subs who is
always the Hrst one dressed for practice . . .
likes fancy shots and works hard for the team.
THEODORIL MliCKLThe most substituted
man this year . . , one of the Juniors who
deserve a lot of credit and one who will be a
mainstay for '3'-3.
STANLEY MECK..Runs more than any
other player on the floor . . . a most dependable
suh who worked hard,
FRANK MlKOLliTlC-A lad who sits baek
and doesn't have much to say . . a good guard
. . . too had there isn't another year for him
GEORGE LATIN-Forward . . . a line player
who really had some opportunities this year
to get into the game . , . he will probably be
an asset to the team next year.
Ftrs! mu" Quimiro, Fix, Zakraysek, Nlauro, Lombardozzi, lntorre, 1V1i1ler.
Second ron' A Snyder, Coachg Sommerville, Mgr 3 Dellack, Bosco, Varassi, Tegetholl, Time-
unior Varsity Basketball
Verona's jr. Varsity ended their 1938 basketball season with a record of
eleven games won and ten lost. ln twenty-one games they have scored a total of
+171 points to the opponents -135. Although their season was not a great success
there were a number of players who show ed up well and who will undoubtedly con-
tribute much to the success of the future teams, The team was composed mainly
of Freshmen and Sophomores but a few juniors were used to add strength to the
team. The captain of the team was i'Red" Lombardozzi, a sophomore who will
probably win a position on next years varsity. The team, although inexperienced,
did remarkably well. Mr. Alfred H. Snyder. who coached this team, has also
coached some fine teams in the past,
JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD
Verona 28 Pitcairn 10
Verona 30 Franklin Township lb
Verona 30 Franklin Township Z2
Verona I2 Pitcairn Zlw
Verona Z-1 Wilmerding 23
Verona Z-1 Springdale Zu
Verona 14 litna 21
Verona Zu Kerr-Junior High 'T
Verona 20 Penn-High 27
Verona 1-1 Aspinwall 3b
Verona 23 Shaler I0
Verona 2? lvlillvalc li
Verona 35 Uakmont 15
Verona 23 Etna Zu
Verona 12 Sharpshurg I0
Verona 18 Penn. High 1-1
Verona 20 Aspinwall 28
Verona I 5 Shaler 22
Verona Zu 1Vli11x'a1c 17
Verona I-1 Oakmonl lo
Verona 31 Kerr-J unior 1 ligh I7
Verona -171 Total Points Total Points -135
WON 1 I LOST 11
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l7ir.v1mu'. lVlull, Dougan, Pope. Scliuvski, ll lvlachcn. Krulc,
Srmriil roux' Lcsar, Sistclall Nlachcn, Zakraysck, Miller, Ruth, Rclwccca Cunningham. Couch.
'Iihird ru1w,' Hcirick, lvlgr ,l-ytcr. lXf1gWilliams, Nluurc, l5al1ilun,llrsward,B liutlerj, Butler, acura-kccpcr.
lfast Ducr Twp.
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1938 P RPL
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V. H. S. ALUMNI
Bricker, Irene CMrs. J. C. BayneDAAmity, Pa. R. D. No. 1
College, Alex-Oakmont, Pa.
Dollens, Annie iMrs. Chas. M. Breggl
Claybourne St. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Kier, Lisle QDeceasedl
Smiley, Florence Mrs. Chas. MossD--
Verona Road, Verona, Pa.
Stough, Thomas CDeceasedD-
Randolph, Haytt-Oakmcnt, Pa.
Toy, Laura CMrs. W. K. Moorel-Philadelphia, Pa.
Lewis, Delna-Brunot St. Verona, Pa.
McCurdy, Clifford-Center Ave. Verona, Pa.
Wenzel, Edna Clvlrs. Fred Bushj-
E. R. R. Ave, Verona, Pa.
Hardie, Annie-First St. Verona, Pa.
Johnston, Ralph CDeceasedJ-
Kier, William-North Ave. Verona, Pa.
McCollum, Addison QDeceasedl--
Mitchell, Birdie CDeceasedD-
Patton, Alma CMrs. J. A. Fosterl-
Kittanning, Pa. R. F. D.
Ritchey, Bessie Clvlrs. Watt Millerj-First St. Verona, Pa.
Crookston, Helen CMrs. A. J. Grahaml-CDeceasedj
Grim, May Clvlrs. T. J. Costellol-Chicago, Illinois
Holliday, Joseph-Pittsburgh, Pa.
Hutchinson, Leanore CMrs. B. E. McMastersD-
Ambridge, Pa .
Mattewson, Elsie CMrs. C. J. Gallagherl-
Moore, Florence CMrs. J. H. CalswellDHOakmont, Pa.
Quigley, Janet CMrs. Fred Snyderjw-
North Ave. Verona, Pa.
Roth, Paul--Los Angeles, Califomia
Best, George-South Dithridge St. Pgh. Pa.
Davis, Dale-Fourth St. Verona, Pa.
Householder, Ethel CMrs. Geo. Woolslayerls
P Brackenridge, Pa
Lantz, John-Sixth St. Oakmont, Pa.
Moore, Minnie iMrs. Bert. Steffyl-Parker St. Verona, Pa
Simpson, Robert-Herron Ave. Verona, Pa.
Davis, Lucy CMrs. Walter E. BuechnerJMFreeport, Pa
Fisher, Grace CMrs. J. M. Lewisj-
Ella St. Wilkinsburg, Pa
Gumbert, D. J. E. CDeceasedJ-
Hodgson, Margaret CMrs. Wm. Miles, Deceasedl-
Hogan, F rank-Center Ave. Verona, Pa.
Householder, Clara CMrs. A. A. Yoerkl-
North Ave. Verona, Pa.
Kennedy, Letitia-Center Ave. Verona, Pa.
Moore, Hyatt QDeceasedJ-
Seldon, Harry-Bridgeville, Pa.
Scott, Edna CMrs. H. H. Stevingj-Dormont, Pa.
Toy, Belle CMrs. Geo. lnnesl-Johnetta, Pa.
Walker, Pearl-First St. Verona, Pa.
Whitlach, Orma-Center Ave. Verona, Pa.
Bricker, Martha fMrs. K. H. MattnerJ--
Fourth St. Verona, Pa.
Burkhart, Leah CMrs. Alvin Stonerl-Centerville, Pa.
Crookston, Robert+Negley Ave. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Eiler, George--Verona, Pa,
Frick, Ford--McKeespcrt, Pa.
Kennedy, Agnes CMrs. S. Welshl--Philadelphia, Pa.
Moore, J. R.-Washington Ave. Oakmont, Pa.
Smith, Ralph-First St. Verona, Pa.
Shade, Cora iMrs. John A1wardJ--
lsabella St. Oakmont, Pa.
Dible, WilliamfRiverside Heights, Verona, Pa.
Davidson, Harry-Turtle Creek, Pa. R. F. D. No. 2
Frazier, Russell CDeceasedJ-A
Kennedy, Isabelle iMrs. Sanvillej-Pittsburgh, Pa.
Shade, Pearl QMrs. J. R.Mo11estonJ-
lsabella St. Oakmont, Pa.
Sloan, Edith CMrs. Frank Davidsonl-
Waltham, New York
Walker, Ruth'--First St. Verona, Pa.
Eiler, Frank-School St. Verona, Pa.
Graham, Pauline CMrs. George Bestj-
South Dithridge St. Pgh. Pa.
Jolly, Thomas-Mt Lebanon, Pa.
McCullough, May CMrs, W. H. Fennellj-
Camegie Ave. Wilson, Pa.
Walker, Elizabeth CMrs. Richard GibsonJ--
First St. Verona, Pa.
Chilcott, Bertha Clvlrs. Robert Huntl-
Pittsburgh, Pa. N. S.
Kenyon, Bessie CMrs. Frank W. Hilesj-
Best, Lloyd-South Verona, Pa.
Frick, Orville-Cleveland, Ohio
Stroud, Margaret CMrs. Joseph Ridgeway, Deceased -
Thom, Wilbur-Tarentum, Pa.
Alcom, Fannie CMrs. 'l'hos. Harveyj-
Verona Road, Verona, Pa.
Dunkle, Genevieve CMrs. Robert Steelel-
Lewis, Gordon-Clearfield, Pa.
McNeil, John 1-1. CDeceasedl-
Moore, Mary-Los Angeles, Califomia
Remaley, Sadie CMrs. W. H. EunsonJ-'-
Laketon Heights, Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Ridgeway, Joseph-Forest Hills, Pgh. Pa.
Tarr, Elmer CDeceasedD-
Vetter, Elizabeth fMrs. Harvey Diblel-
Zimmennan, Edna CMrs. Wm. Lamondj-
First St. Verona, Pa.
Alcom, MargaretQWi1kinsburg, Pa.
Ritchey, Gamet fDeceasedD-
Walker, Gertrude CMrs. Geo. McLaughlin1-
South Verona, Pa.
Walters, Charles-Gary, Indiana
Wood, May-W. R. R. Ave. Verona, Pa.
Allison, jay R.
Chillcott, Ruth fMrs. Paul Kippj
Mackey, XVi1ma QMrs. Raymond Tcgetholfj
Bushman, Melzena Mrs. H. B Shillc
Dible, Marorie-Center Ave. Verona, Pa.
Moore, Helen CMrs. Walter Bollmanj-
New York, New York
Nail, Mary CMrs. L. H. Dawssnj-Washington, D. C.
Palmer, U. Grant jr.-lnksten, Michigan
Scott, Ethel CMrs. Clifford Meanorj-
Tenth St. Oakmont, Pa.
Simpson, EldervAkron, Ohio
Whitely, Ethel Clvlrs. Adelbert jollyj-vRosedale, Pa.
Condron, Belle CMrs. Norman Frickl-
Herron Ave. Verona, Pa.
Cribbs, Hyatt CDeceasedD-
Dible, Vivian-First St. Verona, Pa.
Dunkle, Frank-Allegheny Ave. Oakmont, Pa.
Haffey, Ella Clvlrs. Robert Grahamlflngram, Pa.
Kent, julia CMrs. Orville Frickj--Cleveland, Ohio
Limegrover, lsadore CDeceasedD-
Murray, Matthew-Penn St. Verona, Pa.
Ryan, jane QMrs. john Kiserj-Haffey, Pa.
Sheffer, Vera CMrs. C. H. Sands?-Nottingham, England
Stoup, George-Eleventh St. Oakmont, Pa.
Wood, Orren-FMedford, New jersey
Allison, Elizabeth CMrs. E. V. Condronl-
Bethune, Lenore CMrs. j. W. Dunbarj-Albion, Michigan
Bricker, Portia CMrs. Harveyj-State College, Pa.
Bright, Scott-Verona Road, Verona, Pa.
Brown, Eva'-Rosedale, Pa.
Burgess, Bessie fMrs. Vemon Ritcheyl-
Bloomfield, New jersey
Davis, Edward-Parker St. Verona, Pa.
Gillam, Mary iMrs. Hamilton McKnightJ-
School St. Verona, Pa.
Hickenbottom, Carl-Center Ave. Verona, Pa.
King, Ra mond-Pamassus, Pa.
Ritchey, Vemon-Bloomfield, jew jersey
Rupert, Margaret CMrs. Hugh Abercrombiej-
North Ave. Verona, Pa.
Forest Park Way, Woodhaven Long Island, New York
Wilson, Margaret CDeceased1-
Woods, Marshall-North Ave. Verona, Pa.
Young, john-First St. Verona, Pa.
Brush, Virgil-Haffey, Pa.
Coulter, Hazel Clvlrs. Elmer Bestl-Oakmont, Pa.
Cribbs, Merrill-Riverview Road, Verona, Pa.
Davis, Helen CMrs. Howard Schwartz
South Ave. Verona, Pa.
Drake, Leroy-Pittsburgh, Pa.
Fink, Georgia CMrs. Wm. Lancaster, Deceasedj-
Kapp, Hazel CMrs. Harvey Stotlerl-North Bessemer, Pa.
Kelly, David-Popular St. Verona, Pa.
Kendall, Ruth CMrs. Ralph Siple, Deceasedj-
Kent, Lindsay-Cleveland, Ohio
O'Conne11, Charles--Momingside, Pgh. Pa.
Stewart, Huldah fMrs. Ellickerj-North Bessemer, Pa,
Thomas, Rodger-Pittsburgh, Pa.
Wood, Margaret-W. R. R. Ave. Verona, Pa,
Frazier, Emma fDeceasedlM
Bright, Luther---Logans Ferry Road, N. Kensington, Pa.
Dible, Wesleyw-Third St. Verona, Pa.
Dible, Marcena CMrs. john Bamesl-Oakmont, Pa.
Dunkle, Daniel-Pittsburgh, Pa.
Hughes, Lowrie-Sampson St. Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Pierce, Mae-Poketa Road, Rosedale, Pa.
Reinhold, Emest, jriOakmont, Pa.
Ritchey, Harold-Bethlehem, Pa. '
Ryan, Ruth CMrs. H. Ritchey?----Bethlehem, Pa.
Vetter, Agnes-Hulton Road, Oakmont, Pa.
Warren, Lillian CMrs. L. D. Perryb-Chicago, Illinois
Bethune, Hall W. Dr.--Grand Rapids, Michigan
Bricker, Margaret-Maple Ave. Edgewood, Pa.
Burgess, Miller-Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
Craig, Luella CMrs. Leroy Naili-
W. R. R. Ave. Verona, Pa.
Dible, Isabell CMrs. Robert Fisherb-Dormont, Pa.
Fawcett, David-Washington Ave. Oakmont, Pa.
Fulton, Harold-Pittsburgh, Pa.
Gwnbert, Helen CMrs. j. Fettersj-
Bessica St. Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Hochberg, Clara CMrs. O. jordanj-Rosedale, Pa.
Kunselman, Everett-Califomia Ave. Oakmont, Pa.
Milliken, janet fMrs. Nelson Konoldb-
Seventh St. Verona, Pa.
Padfield, Emma CMrs. D. T. Wordj-Washington. Pa.
Palmer, Edwin C.-McKeesport, Pa.
Ritchey, Lulu CMrs. jas. Millerj-Springdale, Pa.
Strobel, Clement-Rosedale, Pa.
Bethune, Hazel CMrs. C. P. judgel-
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Chalmers, Dorothy QMrs. Francis McFar1in, Deceasedj-
Davis, Ruth-North Ave. Verona, Pa.
Frick, john-New Kensington, Pa.
Fulton, Gerald--Pittsburgh, Pa.
Heid, Fred-Second St. Verona, Pa.
Hill, Alma CMrs. Harold Brokawj-Garretsville, Ohio
Hcchberg, Ruth CMrs. Harold Tumerl-
Verona Road, Verona, Pa.
jolly, Rachel QMrs. Ralph Elliotl-Parker St. Verona, Pa.
Kidd, Margaret CMrs. Paul Smithl-Clearfield, Pa,
Lamont, AnnaiMrs. Elmer Stotlerl-New Kensington, Pa.
Molleston, Charlotte-North Ave. Verona, Pa.
Pierce, Harry-South Ave. Verona, Pa.
Rcop, Raymond-Los Angeles, Califomia
Sheffer, Stanford-HUnion St. Verona, Pa.
Walker, Paul-Califomia, Pa.
Wallett, Frances Clvlrs. Alfred Walesj-Ford City, Pa.
Wilson, john, C.-First St. Verona, Pa.
Wise, Carroll-Olean St. Worchester, Mass.
Young, Edna fMrs. joseph Procopio
Second St. Verona, Pa.
Zimmerman, Harry-Allison Park, Pa.
Dible, Robert--North Ave. Verona, Pa.
Fawcett, Ruth fMrs. Paul Carey?-Chester, Pa.
McCrea, Ada--Hoboken, Pa.
Miller, Marjorie--Allegheny Ave. Oalrnrcrt, Pa.
Monroe, Lottie--Verona, Pa. R. F. D.
O'Connell, joseph--Selden Ave. Verora, Pa.
Richardson, Lydia CDeceasedlH-
Schaney, Margaret Clvlrs. Lloyd Peters!-
North Ave. Vercna, Pa.
Wright, Sara CMrs. J. Stotlerf--'Turtle Creek. Pa.
Wylie, Alice CMrs. -Iames Croylel-New Kensington, Pa.
Bethune, Hazel QMrs. Cjudgel-Grand Rapids, Michigan
Pierce, I-larry-A-South Ave. Verona, Pa.
Molleston, Charlotte-North Ave. Verona, Pa.
Walker, Paul--fCalifornia, Pa.
Young, EdnafMrs. .Joseph Procopiol-
Second St. Verora. Fa,
Zimmerman, Harry--Allison Park, Pa. '
Ahlering, Charles E.fHigh St. Verona, Pa.
Crosby, Marie CMrs. Frank SiebertlfBradford, Pa.
Coulter, Elizabeth CMrs. Wm. Petersl-f -Indiana, Pa.
Edwards, Charlotte-Columbus, Ohio
Frick, Walter---Center Ave. Verona, Pa.
Greco, Dominic--Santa Monica, California
Gumbert, Geraldine CMrs. W, Sproatl--f-Oaknsont, Pa.
Kunselrnan, Martha CMrs. Paul Vv'alkerlfCalifornia, Pa.
Moxon, Evelyn CMrs. Alex Chirsj--A-East Liberty, Pa.
O'Connell, john-N. W. Canton, Ohio
Smith, john-Center Ave. Verona, Pa.
Templeton, Florence CMrs. J. DunnJ-
Allegheny River Blvd. Verona
Wilson, Mildred-Allegheny River Blvd. Verona
Bennett, Roland-Falls Church, Virginia.
Chalmers, Olga-Hollywood, Califomia.
Connor, Violet CMrs. Geo. Neff,-Pittsburgh, Pa., N.S.
Edwards, Arthur-Oakmont, Pa.
Elliot, Robert-Third St., Verona, Pa.
Fisher, Genevieve-Union St., Verona, Pa.
Geyer, Arthur-Antietam St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Gillam, Lulu CMrs. Raymond Rodkeyl
School St., Verona, Pa.
Himes, Horace-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
Householder, Genevieve CMrs. A. Charltonl
Poplar St., Verona, Pa.
Kaercher, Henrietta CMrs. Harry Piercej
South Ave,, Verona, Pa.
Lucas, Ica CMrs. Claude Rupertl-Homewood, Pa.
Meeker, Margaret CMrs. Wesley Gregsonl
Molleston, jane CMrs. Steppel-Russelton, Pa.
Morford, FanniefMilltown, Pa.
Milliken, Jeannette-Third St., Verona, Pa.
Palmer, Virginia CMrs. Hanselll-Lancaster, Pa.
Pierce, Sarah CMrs, Geo. BovardlHVerona, Pa. R.F.D. 1
Murray, Philip--.James St., Verona, Pa.
Ritchey, Virginia fMrs. DuMontj
Long lsland City, New York
Stoner, Alice Clvlrs. R. Griffinj--Rosedale, Pa.
Sheppard, Marion CMrs. Harold AllisonJkColumbus, O.
Tumer, Cleo CMrs. Hays Darnesl-Narbreth, Pa.
Van Why, George-Washington Ave., Oakmont, Pa.
Wallet, Arthur-Homewood, Pa.
Willey, Frank-Allegheny River Blvd., Verona, Pa.
Best, Arthur--First St., Verona, Pa.
Weber, Elizabeth KMrs. L. W. Cainj
Tudor City CNew York Cityj N.Y
Dunkle, Frederic-Califomia Ave., Oakmont, Pa.
Gumbert, Rachel KMrs. Cyril Wcodingsj
Washington Ave., Oakmont, Pa
Bastow, Joseph--Second St., Verona, Pa.
Boda, Helen fMrs. Davis Tennentl---Wilkinslzurg, Pa.
Bethune, Russell-New jersey
Coulter, Harry CDeceasedD
Davis, Lucille CMrs. Chalmcey Prugerl---Oalsrrcnt, Pa
Dickie, Edward'-Pittsburgh, Pa.
Dible, Adrian-Cresent Hills, Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Hardy, Mildred CMrs. Warren Mallyl-Brentwood, Pa.
Haloviell, jessee-Adeline St., Mt. Lebanon, Pa.
Hochberg, Hazel KMrs. Bash Clelandl-Rosedale, Pa.
Kenemuth, Neva CMrs. Horace Colemanj
Lashell, John--North Ave., Verona, Pa.
May, Helen CMrs. Frank Richardsonj
Brunot St., Verona, Pa
Miller, Thelma CMrs. Fred Heidl-Second St., Verona, Pa
Meeker, Donald--Kingston, Pa,
Mauro, Elizabeth CMrs. Richard Ferraroj
Ritchey, LaVelle-fEmporium, Pa.
Rupert, Edward--Third St., Verona, Pa.
Roop, Mae CMrs. G. Peterson?--Third St., Verona, Pa
Schell, Mathilda fMrs. C. Hartmanj
Fourth St., Verona, Pa.
Singhose, Marie CMrs. Loefflerl--I-ourth St., Verona, Pa
Tumer, Mae CMrs. Earl Salsburyj-Canton, Ohio.
Walter, William-Dayton, Ohio.
Willard, Earl-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
Wamer, Rebecca fMrs. Sharkeyj-Third St., Verona, Pa
Whisner, Helen CMrs. R. C. Blackj-Rosedale, Pa.
Berko, Veronica-Brunot St., Verona, Pa.
Bright, joseph--l-.ulton Road, Oakntcnt, Pa.
Costa, Frank--Union St., Verona, Pa.
Davis, Marion QMrs. James Dunlapj--Wilkinsburg, Pa
Elliot, Sherman-Pitcairn Road, Pitcaim, Pa.
Flaherty, Mark CDeceasedJ
Fassinger, LewisAFifth St., Verona, Pa.
Gundy, Helen CMrs. LaVelle Ritcheyl-Emporium, Pa
Heicl, Mabel CMrs. R. Diblej-North Ave., Verona, Pa
Hickenbottom, Enfma CMrs. PostelwaiteDfSt. Louis, Mo
lsherwood, ,lean Clvlrs. Chas. McCormickj
Clarksburg, W. Va
Konkle, Laila QMrs. Paul Rutterl--Turtle Creek, Pa.
LaShell, Phylis fMrs. Walshj-Brushton, Pa.
Milliken, Hollis-Third St., Verona, Pa.
Milliken, Edith flvlrs. J. McCarthyJ
Third St., Verona, Pa.
Ma ,jean lMrs. Paul Gastonl-Rosedale, Pa.
Pacllield, Alice CMrs. Walter Schottj
Third St., Verona, Pa
Rittwage, Margaret-Hunter Road, Verona, Pa.
Rupert, lsabelle--Fourth St., Verona, Pa,
Shaw, Stanley-'Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Schaffer, Alice-Allegheny River Blvd., Verona, Pa.
Tarr, George-N. Braddock, Pa.
Tarr, Elizabeth-Third St., Verona, Pa.
Wilson, Harold-Allegheny River Blvd., Verona, Pa.
Tumer, Nita CMrs. Arthur Bestj-First St., Verona, Pa
Willard, Opal CMrs. Jas Curriej-Parker St., Verona, Pa
Yoerk, Mary LaVelle CDeceasedJ
Zimmerman, George-Oakmont, Pa.
Buerkle, Margaret CMrs. Kendall Powerl
San Diego, California
Best, Wilbur-Athletic Ave., Verona, Pa.
Bethune, Richard-Albion, Michigan
Frazier, John-Pamassus, Pa.
Fowser, Dorothy CMrs. SaddIerlfWilkinsburg, Pa.
Grant, Richard--Rosedale, Pa.
Grosz, Florence fMrs. I. Hoxonj-Unity, Pa.
Hollen, Minnie CMrs. Wm. Stonerl-Califomia
Kennemuth, Dorothea Clvlrs. Richard Davis?
Washington, D. C.
Kenyers, Amelia-Brooklyn, N. Y.
Keys, Eleanor CMrs. john Rupertj-Greensburg, Pa.
May, Norman-First St., Verona, Pa.
McCurdy, Howard-Saltsburg Road, Verona, Pa.
Merriman, William--Eighth St., Oakmont, Pa.
May, Camien --Rosedale, Pa.
McMunn, Hazel fMrs. Scalzob
W. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa
Pierce, Myrtle--Poketa Road, Rosedale, Pa.
Pierro, Mike-Verona, Pa.
Rupert, john-Greensburg, Pa.
Singhose, Mabel CMrs. Wm. Helwigl-
Chateau Beach, Oakmont, Pa
Schell, Grace CMrs. Isherwoodjfllnion St., Verona, Pa.
Shaw, Alexander-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Shaw, Elizabeth CMrs. Thos. Grahamj-Homewood, Pa.
Schulteis, Marie flvlrs. Ed. McC0nneIll-
Fifth St., Verona, Pa
Wagner, john-Allegheny River Blvd., Verona, Pa.
Watterson, Georgian CMrs. Harry Reedl-Oakmont, Pa.
Work, Raymond-Barger St., Verona, Pa.
Boyle, Ruth Clvlrs. Ralph Nailj-Eu Clair, Pa.
Buzzard, Earldean-Oakmont, Pa.
Coulter, Georgia-Penn St., Verona, Pa,
Davis, Lottie-Fifth St., Verona, Pa.
Edwards, Harriet-Columbus, Ohio.
Farrow, Roland--Athletic Way, Verona, Pa.
Hochberg, Grace CMrs. Heltzelll-Rosedale, Pa.
johnson, Alma-Rochelle St., Knoxville, Pa.
Long, Isabelle QMrs. Clyde I.ongJwSixth St., Verona, Pa.
McKinley, john-Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Mills, Lenoraflvlrs. I-Iaylingj-First St., Verona, Pa.
Mimrn, Florence CMrs. John Wilsonl-
First St., Verona, Pa.
Morgan, Mary--Rosedale, Pa.
Nail, Ralph-Eu Clair, Pa.
Ober, Frank-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Palmer, Harold-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
Pique, Rosalie-Decatuer, Alabama
Shade, Sarah QMrs. Paul Hilairej, Charleroi, Pa.
Smith, Roy-Riverdale, New York, N. Y.
Snyder, Malvene-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Swoger, Ida May CMrs. Kermit Davisl-Verona, Pa
Truschel, Edward-Rosedale, Pa.
Wallet, George-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
Weaver, May CMrs. joseph Lauricj-Sixth St., Verona, Pa
Yotmg, Ralph-Beechwood Blvd., Homewood, Pgh., Pal
Beers, Paul-Los Angeles, Califomia
Bruce, Charles-Rosedale, Pa.
Buzzard, john-South Ave., Verona, Pa.
Campbell, Mildred-Coraopolis, Pa.
Coleman, Thomas-Oakmont, Pa.
Costa, Mary-Union St., Verona, Pa.
Cordingly, -Jonas-Butler, Pa.
Coulter, Margaret-School St., Verona, Pa.
Carminate, Mary CMrs. Kirk Young?-
Herron Ave., Verona, Pa.
Davis, Gertrude-South Ave., Verona, Pa.
Frazier, Frank-Fram St., Homewood, Pa.
Frye, Robert-Vogels Lane, Verona, Pa.
Farrow, William-Los Angeles, Califomia
Fisher, Margaret CMrs. Calvin Wilhelmlf
Lincoln Ave., Extension, Pitts., Pa.
Gillespie, Lawrence-Union St., Verona, Pa.
Gillespie, Edgar-Union St., Verona, Pa.
Hunter, Lillian-Brunot St., Verona, Pa.
Innes, Harry-Parker St., Verona, Pa.
james, Florence-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
Kaercher, Harvey-Wallace Ave., Mt. Oliver, Pa.
Kelly, Louise-Poplar St,, Verona, Pa.
Kent, Darrell CMrs. Thomas Eva.nsl-
F rankstown Road, Wilkinsburg
Kier, Samuel-E. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Mahla, Millard-Squirrel Hill, Pgh., Pa.
Molleston, Lucy-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Mills, Lelia CMrs. Washingtonb-First St., Verona, Pa.
Marsh, john-Hunter Road, Verona, Pa.
Mahan, Ralph-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
Moore, james-W. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Merriman, Samuel-Eight St., Oakmont, Pa.
Molleston, Evelyn-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Marsh, George-Hunter Road, Verona, Pa.
McNeil, Florence CMrs. Paul Beersl-
Iuos Angeles, Califomia
Olsen, Signe CMrs. james Malloyj-
Delaware Ave., Oakmont, Pa.
Rupert, Helen-Fourth St., Verona, Pa.
Rodkey, Ruth CMrs. Geo. Stuebgonl-
Bennett St., Homewood, Pa.
Snyder, William-Pittsburgh, Pa.
Steffy, Meade-Arlington Ave., Mt. Oliver, Pa.
Stefanie, Rudolph-Penn St., Verona, Pa.
Strunk, Edward-South Verona, Pa.
Tarr, Oliver-Third St., Verona, Pa.
Tarr, Ethel CMrs. W. H. Yeagerj-West Etna, Pa.
Thompson, Frank-Oakmont, Pa.
Terry, Elizabeth-Union St., Verona, Pa.
Young, Carl-Third St., Verona, Pa.
Work, Ruth CMrs. Allisonl-Barger St., Verona, Pa.
Zoller, Lionel-Oakmont, Pa.
Austen, Glenn-Haffey, Pa.
Beers, Viola CMrs. james DunningD-
Wellsburg, West Virginia
Bone, Aldine CMrs. Ed. Strunkl-South Verona, Pa'
Brady, Ralph-Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Costa, Alice CMrs. Wm. Thompsonl-Sharpsburg, Pa.
Condron, Charles-Race St., Homewood, Pa.
Collins, Helene-Wildwood Ave., Verona, Pa.
Davis, Elizabeth-Fifth St., Verona, Pa.
Davis, Georgie CMrs. Haven Terrinl-
Fifth St., Verona, Pa.
Davis, jean CMrs. Ryanj-Forth St., Verona, Pa.
Davis, Taylor-Parker St., Verona, Pa.
Daly, Genevieve-Fifth Ave, Oakland, Pgh., Pa.
Elliot, Kenneth-Verona, Pa.
Elliot, Evelyn CMrs. Frank Frazierl-Homewood, Pa.
English, Derwin, Fourth St., Verona, Pa.
Fink, Beatrice-Fifth St., Oakmont, Pa.
Gautchi, Margaret Clvlrs. Paul McDonoughJ-
Hazlewood Ave., Hazlewood, Pa.
Hall, Edward-Oakmont, Pa.
Halowell, George-Parker St., Verona, Pa.
Hartney, josephfSouth Verona, Pa.
Hunkley, Ralph-Wildwood Ave., Verona, Pa.
Keene, AndrewFWashington Ave., Oakrnont, Pa.
Kier, Lisle-Verona, Pa.
MacGregor, Archie-Church St., Verona, Pa.
Miller, Harold-Spruce St., Verona, Pa.
McChesney, Charles+E. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Myers, Charles-Spruce St., Verona, Pa.
Mahan, Ronald-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
Olsen, Dagne Clvlrs. King Derrj-Washington, D. C.
O'Conne1, Mary CMrs. E. Eicheldingerj-
South Verona, Pa.
Rafey, Steve-W. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Rodkey, Eva Clvirs. Paul Amoldj-Oakmont, Pa.
Rupert, Eunice CMrs, Owen Austinj-
Forth St., Verona, Pa.
Schwartz, Frederick-Union St., Verona, Pa.
Simpson, Craig-Union St., Verona, Pa.
Thompson, Catherine CMrs. Weaverj-
Fifth St., Verona, Pa.
Wagner, Charles-Haffey, Pa.
Warner, Paul-Third St., Verona, Pa.
Weaver, William-Sixth St., Verona, Pa.
Wise, George-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Wycich, Matthew-Penn St., Verona, Pa.
Wilson, William-Forth St., Pamassus, Pa.
Alcom, Mathew-Verona, Pa., R. F. D.
Best, Marjorie-Athletic Way, Verona, Pa.
Boughamer, Alberta CMrs. Covertj-Verona, Pa.
Brehm, Mary CMrs. Thomas Sailleyj-Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Buckner, Cleland CMrs. Al. Hunterj-Erie, Pa.
Bumgardner, Clarence-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
Clawson, Vera CMrs. Tim Gordonj-aBarbaraton, Ohio
Cozad, Gladys CMrs. Simpsonl-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
Curley, Mitchell-Russellwood Ave., McKees Rocks, Pa.
Davis, john-Verona, Pa.
Flaherty, Lucy-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
Gould, Dorothy CMrs. Degitzj-Oakmont, Pa.
Grant, Esther-Penn St., Verona, Pa.
Hill, Willianr-First St., Verona, Pa.
johnson, Grace Gvlrs. Rothl-School St., Verona, Pa.
Kapp, Charles-Haffey, Pa.
Keene, Frances-Parker St., Verona, Pa.
Leroy, Dorothy-Oakmont, Pa.
Mauro, Albert-Wildwood Ave., Verona, Pa.
McCollum, Bertha fMrs. Wm. Likensj-Oakmont, Pa.
Mobberly, F lorence-Greensboro, Pa.
Morath, Walter-Verona, Pa., R. F. D. lbl
Pope, Edgar-Morris Brown College, Georgia
Roney, Alfred-Oakmont, Pa.
Ronge, Mary CMrs. Clarence Edwardsj-Columbus, Ohio
Rupert, Eva May-Fourth St., Verona, Pa.
Simfpson, Filmore-Oakmont, Pa.
Ste fy, Marie CMrs. Grant Gray!-
Tenth St., Oakmont, Pa.
Stewart, Harold-Verona, Pa., R. F. D.
Stevenson, Harriet CMrs. David Dinesh-
W. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Swanson, Lois 1Mrs. Robert Sprakej-
Frankstown and Oakwood Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Truschel, Paul-Rosedale, Pa.
Veneris, George-Warren, Ohio
Wagner, Paul-Milltown, Pa.
Weisel, Evelyn-Rosedale, Pa.
Westlake, jean-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
Willard, Donald-Union St., Verona, Pa.
Wise, Dorothy fMrs. Raymond Brandt!-
Eighth St., Chester, Pa.
Alcom, Charlxs-Verona, Pa., R. F. D.
Alcom, William-Milltown, Pa.
Alexa, Louisa+South Ave., Verona, Pa.
Ayres, Harold-Vogels Lane, Verona, Pa.
Barr, Charles-Wildwood Ave., Verona, Pa.
Beddingfield, Ethel CMrs. Ethel jonesje-
Peter St., Verona, Pa
Caldwell, Gamet-Oakmont, Pa.
Creese, Anna jane QMrs. Lemonl-Pine Ridge, Pa.
Collins, BeatricefWildwocd Ave., Verona, Pa,
Condron, ClarencefParker St., Verona, Pa.
Coulter, Frank-Herron Ave., Verona. Fa.
Cozad, MildredfAllegheny River Blvd., Verona, Pa.
Dain, Evelyn-kUnity, Pa.
Davis, DalefFourth St., Verona, Pa.
Dore, Vincent-Pride Road, Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Davis, janeFFirst St., Verona, Pa.
Frick, Richard-Center Ave., Verona, Fa.
Himes, Norman-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
Hooper, Adaline-Second St., Verona, Pa.
Hunkley, Mabel-Wildwood Ave., Verona, Pa.
Hunter, Charles-Bnmot St., Verona, Pa.
Innes, M. Eleanor-jones St., Verona, Pa.
Lyter, Stanley-Wildwood Ave., Verona, Pa.
Mahla, Helen QMrs. Chas. Beckettj-Oakniont, Pa.
Martin, Thomas-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Rupert, lone CMrs. Thomasl-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Ryan, Jeannette CMrs. Carl Austen?-
Hunter Road, Verona, Pa
Sabol, Edward-Sixth St., Verona, Pa.
Schwer, Herbert-Rosedale, Pa.
Settlemeyer, Ethel CMrs. Bieberj-
Lang Ave., Homewood, Pa
Shaw, james-Brunot St., Verona, Pa.
Sistek, Genevieve CMrs. Albert Roneyj-Oakrnont, Pa.
Southworth, jean-Oakmont, Pa.
Stevenson, Isabel Clvlrs. Thomas Murrayl-Oakrront, Pa
Stiglich, Mary-Second St., Verona, Pa.
Tarr, Benjamin-Third St., Verona, Pa.
Weisel, Louise-Rosedale, Pa.
Woodhall, Clarence-Allegheny River Blvd., Verona, Pa.
Rupert Harold-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Nail, Charle-First St., Verona, Pa.
jones, Edith-Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Ober, Robert-North Ave., Ver9na, Pa.
Lawrence, Dorothy-Homewood, Pa.
Olsen, Erling-Union St., Verona, Pa.
Cunnings, Russell-Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Davis, Grace-Fourth St., Verona, Pa.
Davis, jack-Fifth St., Verona, Pa.
Flaherty, Genevieve CMrs. Robert Zetlerl-New York
Elliot, Harold-Delaware Ave., Oakmont, Pa.
Peretic, Mike-Penn St., Verona, Pa.
Mobberly, Lillian-Nadine, Pa.
Pritchard, Harry-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
McCurly, Bonnie-Baldus Bldg., Springdale, Pa.
Procopio, Emil-E. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Acklin, Clayton-School St., Verona, Pa.
Anker, Lillian CMrs. Robsonj-Union Ave., Verona, Pa.
Boughamer, Kenneth-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
Campbell, Ruth CMrs. FobsDfFlorida
Brown, Calvin-Spruce St., Verona, Pa.
Richardson, Robert-Wildwood Ave., Verona, Pa.
Myers, Dorothy Clvlrs. Forgiel-Fourth St., Oakmont, Pa
Snyder, Fred-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Szczepanck, Sophie-Freedom, Pa.
Stotler, Ralph-Washington Blvd., Pgh., Pa. EE.
Gillespie, Robert-Union St., Verona, Pa.
Huston, Evelyn CMrs. Van Homl-Montrose Hill, Pa.
Loughner, William-Spruce St., Verona, Pa.
johnston, Hazel-Saltsburg Road, Verona, Pa.
Milliken, CliffordBPoketa Road, Rosedale, Pa.
Telep, joseph-Oakmont, Pa.
Truschel, john-Rosedale, Pa.
Wagner, Kathryn CMrs. Earl Bushb-Indianola, Pa.
Young, Dale-Third St., Verona, Pa.
Yugovich, john--Penn St., Verona, Pa.
Schreiber, Carl--North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Woozley, Irma CMrs. Stephensonj--Baltimore, Maryland
Sprajcar, Matthew-Allegheny River Blvd., Verona, Pa.
Wolfe, Mary janekNorth Ave., Verona, Pa.
Schrensky, john- Blawnox, Pa.
Weimer, Edward-South Ave., Verona, Pa.
Woods, Harry--Fourth St., Verona, Pa.
Ankcr, Katherine CMrs. Robsonj-
Herron Ave., Verona, Pa.
Burkhart, Helen-Brunot St., Verona, Pa.
Curran, Orna-Penn St., Verona, Pa.
Caldwell, Naomi CMrs. Walcroftj-Turtle Creek, Pa.
Dain, Ernestine--Unity, Pa.
Davis, Louise-Parker St., Verona, Pa.
D'Archangleo, Antoinette CMrs. R. Brady!-A
Futules, Catherine CMrs. Nick Bastisjg
Allegheny River Blvd., Verona, Pa
Hodil, Louise QMrs. James HilDwMilltown, Pa.
McDade, Nellie-South Ave., Verona, Pa'
McNiel, Irene CMrs. Feichtj-Beaver, Pa.
Moore, Evelyn CMrs. I.. Grayj-Tenth St., Oakmont, Pa.
Ryan, Estella CMrs. Austenj-Haffey, Pa.
Tarr, Helen-South Ave., Verona, Pa.
Thomas, Betty--Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Wagner, Gertrude-Haffey, Pa.
Willard, Frances CMrs. Sam. Stonerj-
Union St., Verona, Pa.
Alcom, Raymond-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
Affalter, Melvin--South Verona, Pa.
Abaray, Mike-jones St., Verona, Pa.
Boyer, Lorandusn-Fifth St., Oakmont, Pa.
Bergamasco, Furio-Second St., Verona, Pa.
Gabor, Charles-Jones St., Verona, Pa.
Hackett, Raymond-Sixth St., Verona, Pa.
Lyons, Armond--Union St., Verona, Pa.
Maroni, David-E. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Mahen, Roydene-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
McGrail, john-Second St., Verona, Pa.
Mischler, james-Verona Road, Verona, Pa.
Rearick, Orman-Sixth St., Verona, Pa.
Strunk, Robert--Herron Ave., Verona, Pa.
Stewart, Vincent-Shannon Ave., Verona, Pa.
Saddler, William-Poplar St., Verona, Pa.
Williams, Edward-Carrick, Pa.
Watterson, Thomas-Oakmont, Pa.
Zanella, joseph-South Verona, Pa,
Zolet, joseph-Penn St., Verona, Pa.
Miller, Charles-Spruce St., Verona, Pa.
Long, Hazel CMrs. Wm. Van HomJ-
North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Alcom, Thomas--Ridge Ave., Verona, Pa.
Bugna, Martin-E. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Cousineau, Austin-Newfield, Pa.
Cook, Dorothy CMrs. J. StemDfButler, Pa.
Czoper, Stanley-Sixth St., Verona, Pa.
Davis, Robert4Oakmont, Pa.
Fennel1,john-Parker St., Verona, Pa.
Frazier, Nellie-Parker St., Verona, Pa.
Fantaske, Pauline-High St., Verona, Pa.
Hammond, Milton-Parker St., Verona, Pa.
Hesser, William--Herron Ave., Verona, Pa.
Hogan, John-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
King, William-College Ave., Oakmont, Pa.
Miller, Paul-Spruce St., Verona, Pa.
Saltsburg Road-Alcoma Country Club, Pa
Snyder, George-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Sistek, Leonard-Third St., Verona, Pa.
Shadle, james-First St., Verona, Pa.
Simpson, George-Herron Ave., Verona, Pa.
Truschel, joseph-Rosedale, Pa.
Wetmore, Richard-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
White, William-mAspinwa1l, Pa.
Andrews, Betty CMrs. Paul Sarverj-Blawnox, Pa.
Bumgardner, Lucille CMrs, W. Tegethoffj-
High St., Verona, Pa
Campbell, Lois-Poketa Road, Verona, Pa.
Eiler, Margaret-School St., Verona, Pa.
Grazier, Evelyn CMrs. Parryj-Oakmont, Pa.
Hochberg, Wilma-Verona Road, Verona, Pa.
Herrick, Nannie Bell-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Irwin, Helen CMrs. Wm. Whitej-Aspinwall, Pa.
james, Mary-Center Avenue, Verona, Pa,
Liberto, Irene-Allegheny River Blvd., Verona, Pa.
McBride, jean CMrs. Chas. Steffeyb-
College Ave., Oakmont, Pa
McDonough, Mary QMrs. Raymond Hackettl-
Parker St., Verona, Pa
McCormick, Grace-First St., Verona, Pa.
May, Marguerite-james St., Verona, Pa.
Procopio, Rose CMrs. L. Pagliaroj-Verona, Pa.
Spindler, Barbara-Brunot St., Verona, Pa.
Smyth, Ruth Eleanor-jones St., Verona, Pa.
Simpson, Dorothy-Scuth Ave., Verona, Pa.
Stuart, Naomi QMrs. Chas. Caldwell, Deceasedj
Torchia, Mary CMrs. John Dastaj-
Union St.. Verona, Pa.
Wrabley, Rita-Elliot Plan, Verona, Pa.
Xenias, Artemis-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Cardne, james-Penn St., Verona, Pa.
Caufield, joseph-Third St., Verona, Pa.
Dellach, Anthony-Penn St., Verona, Pa.
Fescemeyer, John-Spruce St,, Verona, Pa.
Gabor, Dan-jones St., Verona, Pa.
Gould, Kenneth-Seventh St.. Verona, Pa.
Innes, john-jones St., Verona, Pa.
johnson, Richard-Herron Ave., Verona, Pa.
Kelly, Thomas-Verona, Pa.
Kier, CharlesvNorth Ave., Verona, Pa.
Ptohides, james CDeoeasedD
Wetzel, Idabelle-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Reithmiller, Hilda-Parker St., Verona, Pa.
Roth, Dorothy CMrs. Ken. Loboughj-Verona, Pa.
Costello, Marie-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Bennett, Georgie CMrs. W. Masoni-
Genter Ave., Verona, Pa.
Pyle, Harry-East Oakmont, Pa.
Simpson, LouiseiSixth St., Verona, Pa.
Cimnings, Marian-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Latin, Charles-Penn St., Verona, Pa.
Eiler, Emily Clvirs. Ed. Moritzj-
Allegheny Ave., Oakmont, Pa
Rupert, Flora Dell-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Boughamer, Irma-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
Bosco, julia-james St., Verona, Pa,
Stewart, Grace-Verona, Pa., R. D.
Alcom, Margaret-Ridge Ave., Verona, Pa.
Hall, Isabelle Clvlrs. joe Domi-Isabella St.,Oakmont, Pa
Weimerskirch, Edward-Pittsburgh, Pa.
Ritchey, Edward-Church St., Verona, Pa.
Abaray, George-jones St., Verona, Pa.
Abaray, john-jones St., Verona, Pa.
Acklin, Dale-School St., Verona, Pa.
Aloom, Pearl-Ridge Ave., Verona, Pa.
Blickenderfer, Max-Oakmont, Pa.
Brady, john-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Brown, Elda May-Spruce St., Verona, Pa.
Buckner, Moses-W. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Bugna, Frederick-E. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Bugna, George-E. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa,
Chaney, William-Spruce St., Verona, Pa.
Clark, Helen-Philadelphia, Pa.
Costa, Sarah-Union St., Verona, Pa.
Davis, Harry-Sixth St., Verona, Pa.
Davis, Samuel-Oakmont, Pa.
Davis, Walter-Fourth St., Verona, Pa.
Doran, jack-Cleveland, Ohio
Fix, Charles-Fourth St., Verona, Pa.
Flynn, Edith-Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Fowkes, Pearl CMrs. jack Rud D-East Oakmont, Pa.
Frazier, Glendon-Parker St., Xferona, Pa.
Gundy, Jessie-Verona Road, Verona, Pa.
Hays, Frederick-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Hill, Esther-First St., Verona, Pa.
Householder, Helen Marie QMrs. john Davisj-
Fifth St., Verona, Pa
jones, Dorothy-Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Keeley, james-Parker St,, Verona, Pa.
Lasher, Margaret-Union St., Verona, Pa.
Long, Roy-Spruce St., Verona, Pa.
Long, Russell-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
McCafferty, Nellie CMrs. Walter Kingl-Oakmont, Pa.
McCollum, Walter-New Kensington, Pa.
McCormick, Raymond-Oakmont, Pa.
McNeil, Bemice-E. R. R. Ave,, Verona, Pa.
Manganero, james+E. R, R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Maroni, Harry-E. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Meck, john-Washington, D. C.
Mileski, Leo-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
Milliken, Helen QMrs. J. E. Beachler, jr.j--
Virginia Ave., Aspinwall, Pa.
Moore, Mary CMrs. john Schrenskyl--fBlawnox, Pa.
Mull, julia--Fourth St., Verona, Pa.
Mull, William--South Verona, Pa.
Mullen, Thelma-North Bessemer, Pa.
Palmer, Frank-Third St., Verona, Pa.
Papp, joseph-W. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Patton, William--South Verona, Pa.
Peretic, Agatha-Penn St., Verona, Pa.
Petruney, Frank-E. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Remmy, Frederick-E. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Rimmel, Dorothy-Fifth St., Verona, Pa.
Sehovski, Frank-jones St., Verona, Pa.
Sells, Kim-Charleston, North Carolina
Smith, Clifford-Spruce St., Verona, Pa.
Sommerville, jane-Fourth St., Verona, Pa.
Speidel, Gladys-W. Spr ng St., Frackv lle, Pa.
Stevenson, Edna-W. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Tegethoff, William-High St., Verona, Pa.
Thomas, Parks-Wood St., Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Tsambis, Charles-Diamond Alley, Verona, Pa.
Valentic, Anna-Los Angeles, Califomia
Vosachlo, john-Seventh St., Verona, Pa.
Warren, Wanda-North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Welsh, Russell-Valley St., Oakmont, Pa.
White, Hannah CMrs. C. Libengoodl-
West Sixth St., Aspinwall, Pa,
Wycich, Anthony-Penn St., Verona, Pa.
Yugovich, Paul-Penn St., Verona, Pa.
Yugovich, Veronica-Penn St., Verona, Pa.
Zibreg, john-Penn St., Verona, Pa.
Bergomasco, Ann-Second St., Verona, Pa.
Bergomasco, Joseph-Second St., Verona, Pa.
Bosco, Lucy-james St., Verona, Pa.
Caulfield, Margaret-Third St., Verona, Pa.
Clark, RaymondAHunter Road, Verona, Pa.
Claycombe, William-School St., Verona, Pa.
Cleland, Miles--North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Czoper, Cecelia---Sixth St., Verona, Pa.
D'A1exxandra, julia-Glenwood, Pa.
Gomey, Matthew-W. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Dattola, Aurora-Springdale, Pa.
Davis, june4North Ave., Verona, Pa.
Ecker, Margaret CMrs. Harry ShearlfCleveland, Ohio
English, Dale-Fourth St., Verona, Pa.
Fantaske, Julius---High St., Verona, Pa.
Graboski, john-Seventh St., Verona, Pa.
Green, Mary iMrs. Steve Kratsasj-
Second St., Verona, Pa
Gunning, Eunice--jones St., Verona, Pa.
Hesser, Donald--Parker St., Verona, Pa.
Hysong, Betty-Seldon Ave., Verona, Pa.
Irwin, Hora Belle-Union St., Verona, Pa.
Kane, Elsie QMrs. Chas. Knopfell-
Temple St., Aliquippa, Pa.
Davis, Edith-Fifth St., Verona, Pa.
Kim, Stanley-Hunter Road, Verona, Pa.
Kovacic, Helen-Oakland, Califomia
Klass, Frank-Plum St., Oakmont, Pa.
Kratsas, Grace-Wildwood Ave., Verona, Pa.
Lanyi, Margaret-Ridge Ave., Verona, Pa.
Long, Lester-Sixth St., Verona, Pa.
McCormick, Catherine-Oakncont, Pa.
McKee, Earl-Hermitage St., Homewood, Pa.
McKinley, Beatriceejones St., Verona, Pa.
Martin, Edward, E. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Mauro, Eleanor-Wildwood Ave., Verona, Pa.
May, HarryfCenter Ave., Verona, Pa.
Papp, john-W. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Pope, Ethel May-Vogels Lane, Verona, Pa.
Raabe, Julius-Penn St., Verona, Pa.
Ritchey, MauricefChurch St., Verona, Pa.
Ruskivez, Edward-Arch St., Verona, Pa.
Simpson, Grace-aSouth Ave., Verona, Pa.
Spangler, Dolores-Penn St., Verona, Pa.
Stoner, Gertrude CMrs. Harry lnnesj-
Parker St., Verona, Pa
Thompson, DavidfFourth St., Verona, Pa.
Torchia, Louisef-Union St., Verona, Pa.
Papp, Margaret-W. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
T ratar, Frances4W. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Futules, William-Allegheny River Blvd., Verona, Pa.
Woodhall, MildredfAllegheny River Blvd., Verona, Pa.
Wrabley, Helen-Elliot Plan, Verona, Pa.
Young, Clyde-Third St., Verona, Pa.
Young, jane-Union St., Verona, Pa.
Utischer, Erica-Vogels Lane, Verona, Pa.
Pfeil, Milton-Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Frazier, Earle-Parker Street, Verona, Pa.
Frick, Norman-l-lerron Ave., Verona, Pa.
Gostkowski, Walter-Penn St., Verona, Pa.
Humphrey, Dorothy CMrs. Thomas Skantzosl-
Sixth St., Oakmont, Pa
King, jack-Union St., Verona, Pa.
Placas, john-Ridge St., Verona, Pa.
Urban, Casper-Plum St., Verona, Pa.
Best, Beryl!Athletic Way, Verona, Pa.
Boughamer, Percy-Center Ave., Verona, Pa.
Campbell, Eleanor-Poketa Road, Verona, Pa.
Dattola, Louis-North St., Springdale, Pa.
Dentino, Hermanflzirst St., Verona, Pa.
End, Edward-Lincoln Ave. Extension, Pgh.
Kiste, Frank-E, R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Kleber, Rita-Second St , Verona, Pa.
Loughner, Ruth-Spruce St., Verona, Pa.
McCollum, Eldora-Grant St., Verona, Pa.
McDonough, Patricia-Parker St., Verona, Pa.
Rosepink, Martin-Fourth St., Verona, Pa.
Rupert, Lois-Fourth St., Verona, Pa.
Walker, june-Spruce St., Verona, Pa.
Agn ich, Fann e-Fairview Ave., Verona, Pa.
Baratta, Rose Qlvirs, jack Randij-Brushton, Pa.
Bennett, William--Center Ave., Verona, Pa,
Bright, Kenneth-South Ave., Verona, Pa.
Brown, Bruce-Spruce St., Verona, Pa.
Bugna, Virgin a-E. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Caufield, Vincent-Third St., Verona, Pa.
Cherok, john-Spring St., Verona, Pa.
Coleman, Charles-'E R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Cook, Hazel-South Ave., Verona, Pa.
Eiler, William-School St., Verona, Pa.
Hall, Florence-Verona Road, Verona. Pa.
Innes, james-jones St., Verona, Pa.
Kratsas, Nick-Wildwood Ave., Verona, Pa,
Lafferty, Frances-Poplar St., Verona, Pa.
Liberto, Sara-E. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Maroni, julia-E. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Mischler, Dorothy-Verona Road, Verona, Pa.
Mokasek, Frances-Fairview Ave., Verona, Pa.
Penco. Frances-Penn St., Verona, Pa.
Premick, Rudolph-Third St., Verona, Pa.
Procopio, Catherine-E. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Sehovski, Mary-jones St., Verona, Pa.
Smeltz, Thelmaflones St., Verona, Pa.
Stevenson, Florence-W. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Swatchick, julia-Spring St., Verona, Pa.
Testarella, Orlando-E. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa,
Thompson, Pearl CMrs. Hultonj-East Oakmont
Wetmore, joseph-E. R. R. Ave., Verona, Pa.
Wycich, Victor-Penn St., Verona, Pa.
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Zolet, Ann-Arch St., Verona, Pa.
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