Verona High School - Purple and Gold Yearbook (Verona, PA)

 - Class of 1939

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mi CTE Senior High Faculty Mrs. Rebecca Cunningham Palmer has been in Verona lor three years, She has been successful in coaching the Girls' Varsity Basketball Teams and is popular among the students. She teaches Health and Physical liducation and sponsors the Cheerleaders and the Leaders Club. lX4r. Wild is a new member of our Senior High faculty t.his year. He came to us from Connelly Vocational High in Pittsburgh. He teaches Physical lidu- cation and Health and coaches the Football Team and Senior Varsity Basket- ball Team. He is the sponsor ofthe Boxing Club. Miss Lightner, who has been our librarian for a number ol years, never has much to say. She sponsors the Library Club, a newly-formed club in our school. Miss Long, who has been with us lor three years, teaches several commercial subjects and sponsors the Non-Commercial Club. She is one ol the sponsors ol the junior Class and acts as business manager for their dances and class plays. Miss McCullough has been responsible for the success ol our operettas during the past two years. She leads music for our assembly and sponsors the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs. Miss Claypool is one teacher who does not lose patience with the students. This is her second year as a commercial teacher in Verona and she has also been the director ol' two xlunior Class Plays and the sponsor ol' the Commercial Club. Miss Westlake is a graduate ol' Verona School and has taught here lor a num- ber ol years. She teaches World History, American History and French. Mr. Douds is hnishing his second year as teacher ol Problems ol' Democracy. Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry. He sponsors the Debating Club, Senior Hi-Y and is the faculty adviser lor the Student Council. Mr. Snyder has the difficult job ol supervising the Senior High School. This .job he carries out very capably. Besides this he teaches classes in Chemistry, Physics, and General Science. Miss Rupert, like Miss Westlake, is a graduate ol' V.H.S. She teaches English, and is a very active leader among teachers and students alike. She is the class sponsor, adviser for the year book, and each year she directs the Senior Class Play. Mrs. Rebecca Cunningham Palmer. lvlr. j. Glenn VVild, lvliss Jennie Lee Ligbtner. Miss Gt-nesa Lung, hlissjane lX4cCullougb, lwliss livelyn Clayprml, hliss -lean Wt'sI- lakc, lwlr, llowartl Doutls, blr. Alfred Srlytler, lvliss lsabclle Rupert, PURPLE AND GOLD I0

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.AN Iuniorl l gl AI,lfREl3 Swvmfiz criiur lligli Building Prin- ipal 1rishi'lliNElllNi'ii flcmentary Building Prin- ipal. it ' 1 Building llrincipal The Verona School System includes an Elementary, Junior High and a Senior High School Building. The Elementary School, the oldest of these three buildings, was built in 1876. This year the building has been condemned. The Elementary pupils now meet in the junior High building in the afternoon from 12:45 to 5:00 P.lV1. The Ele- ' H ' I idance has progressed under mentary school under lV1iss Josephine unter s gu the present conditions. b ilt in 1913 lt was used until 1937 to house The junior High building was u . both Senior and junior High Schools. Today it is under the supervision of Miss Blanche Lindemuth. The Home Economics department is on the third floor of this building and is used by both the Senior and junior High schools. The shop which is located in the basement is also used by both schools. This - d ' t hers. school boasts of two-hundred and forty five students an nine eac Th Senior High school is the newest of these buildings since it was built in e 1937. This structure is the pride of the Senior High students because of the newly equipped laboratory, spacious gymnasium and beautiful auditorium. There are now nearly two hundred students enrolled, and ten teachers in the " " hb"hareof Senior High building. Mr. Alfred Snyder, the principal, as een in c g the Senior High School for two years. ate units because some of the teachers These buildings are not entirely separ ly 1 in both junior and Senior High Schools, Although this years set-up are wor 'ing 1 has been an emergency one, work has progressed in these three places and much has been accomplished. JUNE 1939 9



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ix i I lil li Lindley Miss Blat dcmulh. hir, i rmimer, Mr. j. ul Brill: r. lk-liss Kath- i 1 c um. Miss Mar- itl til N lvlr. W'arrcn li. Pi x ll n Miss Mac E. i lriscphint- liunf unior High Faculty Nfliss Hilda Lindley who is the teacher of History and Latin, attended Pennsylvania College for Women, X. Y. U, and Wooster, Miss Lindleys joh takes her into hoth the klunior and Senior High School buildings. Xfliss Blanche Lindemuth who is the principal ol' The xlunior High School, has been with us for many years, She has helped all ol' us over the rough spots in English grammar hecause that is w hat she taught before she hceame principal. She came to us from Lockhaven State Teachers College. Xlr. Barry D. Brammer is a new teacher who came to us from Tech. He teaches shop work and mechanical drawing in the shop, where many ol' the hoys love to spend their leisure moments, Mr, sl. Merle Brallier, graduated from the University of Pittshurgh and teaches Mathematics and Civics, He sponsors the junior Hi-Y, Nliss Katherine l. McCollum who is our Home Economics teacher. has been teaching in Verona lior a few years. She attended Temple University and rc- ceived a BS. degree, Xliss Margaret Stelliey a new teacher last year, teaches English and Arith- metic. She was graduated from Musltingum College. Xfliss Mae E. Pierce is our Geography and Science teacher. She is a Verona High graduate and a few years ago got her BS. degree at the University ol Pittshurgh. iylr. Warren E. Boydston who is a new teacher and served as assistant loot- hall coach and Junior High Varsity coach, came to us from California State Teachers College. He teaches English and Geography. iyliss -Josephine Hunter is the Principal of the Elementary Building. Shc has taught art for a numher ol' years. although she was formerly a first-grade teacher. She graduated from Edinhoro State Teachers College. JUNE 1939 i 1

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