Verona High School - Purple and Gold Yearbook (Verona, PA)
- Class of 1942
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it was necessary for us to be excused from our important classes for
that more important picture. The administration and faculty were
very lenient with us that same day. They all wanted us to look our
best-in a happy mood. If you will look through this portion of the
book, you are bound to see yourself. Many pleasant memories will be
recalled to your minds as you glance through these pages and think
back on the friendships made.
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niany must ehangre Their aTTTiuile l'ron1
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schools, so ThaT none will wanT for
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You Seniors are g'racluaTing' in
lilnes whieh Try uien's souls. ln The
uueerTain flays which lie aheaml you
will un1loubTe4lly be eallecl upon To
prove The loyalty anil clevoTion which
you have professecl so ofTen. before
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have been your insTrueTors here in
Verona for The lasT four years, feel
eerTain ThaT you will pass all TesTs
wiTh eolors flying. Those who are leall-
ers among' you will. l ani sure. go
l'orTh To serve in many anil various
plaees. The oThers will never Toi-get
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who T'aiThfully follow. lleinoeraey
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Teachers Create Friendly Atmosphere
"Necessary evils in the classrooms are the teachers but they really are not
bad once you get to know them", so speaks the student body.
Our faculty, this year, l1as been rather a changing one. We have had a
great deal of variety. First Mr. Ocker and Mr. Keister left Verona and were rc-
placed by Mr. Yount and Mr. Rafter wl1o have taken up their responsibilities in
the shop and the lab. Mr. Ocker's illness caused him to be hospitalized for some
time while Mr. Keister was successful in getting back i11to Oakmont High School,
a teaching post which he left some years ago. Both these men had endeared them-
selves to us here. Mr. Ocker had started the "Traffic Patrol", with his home room
group and Mr. Keister stirred up interest in the Rifle Club which has become
quite an interesting activity for some of the students.
Miss McCullough, who put us through the paces of music for the past few
years, has begun a new venture as the wife of an army officer at Fort Benning,
Georgia. I n Verona, she has been ably replaced by Mrs. Giltenboth.
As seniors, we have been led along the Way in our activities by Miss Mc-
Cully and Miss Rupert, as class sponsors, and by Mr. Douds in our P.O.D. classes
Where we struggled over Town Hall discussions and "Democracyl' studies. The
sponsors, of course, do teach shorthand, typing and English.
Sponsors for our junior class are Mrs. Higinbotham and Mrs. Henggi,
teachers of commercial subjects, mathematics and social studies. These two are
also foremost faculty members on the " Prom" committee. Our French instructor,
Miss Bodenhorn, had her hand in the pie too, as coach of the Junior play.
Physical education, boxing, Leader 's Club, and Varsity Club honors are
shared by coaches Palmer and Vtfild Whose teaching activities are not limited to
Senior High but to the seventh and eighth grades as well.
The guiding influence of Miss Lindelnuth has been an i11spiratio11 to all
Juniors as the American Literature classes struggle to learn such famous selec-
tions as "Thanatopsis" and Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address." Besides teaching,
her duties are many. One enormous job is taking care of the financial affairs in
all the school activities. All the students realize this is a great job.
Clothes and food interest us as much as money affairs and in these prac-
tical subjects Mrs. Carson and Miss Lambie instruct all the girls in the newly
decorated home economic unit on the third floor of our Junior High building.
Miss Steffy, as mathematics and English instructor in the Junior High,
Miss Hunter as art supervisor, Mr. Anderson, expert on geography and social
studies, Miss Pierce, as science teacher and Miss Lindley with history and Latin
as her specialties complete the list of versatile teachers on our faculty. The librar-
ian, Miss Eakin, meets us all in the library as we pore over the many books and
magazines for reports in our various classes.
Perhaps these individuals are human, after all.
enior of '42
Hnwzird, an poinilzn' nu-nibcr of lhm'
Hi-Y and zu. playa-1' on their 1-hzlnilriml
buski-thall te-am has br-1-unw :i fzivurite
zininnu his f-I:1ssi1izitf-s. t'uukinH'. rroliinuz
:ind swiniminr uri- his hobbies.
Ruth is uni' nl' ihnsv fl-w tllllL'l
wrnnvn in our 4-lass. Ruth si-1-ins to
liaivl- vuukinf :is ai hubby bei-znisv she
is usually in the midst uf cooking: or
serving: in the Homo EQ, Room. Red is
All.h0n::'h Jovi has nut in-1-n ai vlnb
num hi- has :L nlzu-0 in sive-:ikimr und
sinuinsr. HQ- f'00I!Pl'llll'S wi-ll :ind is usu-
zllly Ull hand when a. job igltu he dune.
Civil cnsiln-erillg is his goal.
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ADA MARTA ANDERSON
Adu. :L lilllf- ::'i1'I, who lN'Yi'l' hurl
niui-h in say, was an nu-mb:-1' nl' thi-
Girl R1-sr-rvus, l,ibi'zn'y :ind i'n1nnu-wiul
Ulub. ll' Ad:L's :nnhilion in he-1-nnw :i
nurse- is wznlizrfil Ill'l'hll'US shi-'ll hi- till
in: a-:n'1- nl wmnzf nl' In-1' r'I:is4ni:il4-s in
AlWllA'h il :ood I'i'im-nil und il lll'1lt'llll-
:ihlv wnrkvi' was Jmni. Sho bolnnars to
thi- Cmnnwm-izil Vinh :Ind e-njuys ly
Shi- wishvs in do offir-c work nfloi'
Thr- slinrll-sl. yi-l nnu of thc
lik:-rl buys in nnr 1-hiss is 4Fi'm-ifzr-". HL
cr und in wlivv
has se-rvfwl as tl'f':1su1" 1 2 1
lNl'I1l'X'I' ul' thc S!'lll0l' Hi-Y. In thc-
liprhlvl' vvin, hu is one of uin-
Arnold would like lo :rn un lo sw-huol
in Sindy 4'IlbflllPi'l'lllH'. He was :ln zu-live'
IIIUIIIDUI' uf the- Band, Hi-Y, Glow- Ulnb.
:ind Steiff fllnb, In Ihr- fii-ld of snnris.
hu- plnyl-ll bush:-tbzill dnrimz' his jnnini'
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H4-nry. always quick und zwlivv. wus
:L lI'lll' vlzissrrizlix- and fun 1n'0uiolul'.
Roller skating' sec-nie-d tn be his favor-
itm- nastiimi :md f-lem-li-ic welding his
uim in lilo.
CHARLES M. DENTINO
f'h:n'lii-. who has bm-n zu-live in foot-
bnll, buslu-lbzill and iran-k, pu1'ti1'ipzilvil
in the- llIN'l'l'll2l, Senior Hi-Y :uid Glel'
Vinh. Hi- has bevn ai 1-lass Ivzuli-1'
thi-nuuhnnt his Il-in' yeirs here.
Copper finds his life desire is to
work in a. mill. He played football for
three years and was quite outstandiuz
in this accomplishment on the gridiron.
Ht- is an at-tive member of tht- Cookinf
:uul Varsity Club.
Geortre always had an ever ready
smile for everyone, and kent us in sales
of laughter in our dry 4'-lasses. He
Ulayed basketball for the Hi-Y wonder
team. Georges hobbies are driving.
dancing and swimming.
Ruth is a quiet little miss who dt-s
sires to bet-omv a nurse and maybe she
will he a nurse in the army someday
soon. She has been a member of the
Dramatif- Club and Girl Reserves.
JOSEPH ARTHUR BOSCO
Joe, who played the sax and t-lariuet
in the "Star Gazer's" Orchestra, loves
music- and nrt-hestras. He was a mem-
ber of the Glee. Cookinir and Dau:-ing
Clubs. He would like to beeorne an
orf-hestra leader in the future.
HELEN LOIS ASHBAUGH
Helen is one of the mnsit-ally in-
t-lined students of 42. A seeretaryshirf
she would like to have in the future.
She is a member of the St-rviee Club.
Commercial Club and the Band.
ROBERT RAYMOND ELLIS
Bob. an at-tive member of the year
book staff who worked hard :rettinu
your pieture, played basketball and
football in his senior year. In Mareh
he left V.H.S. to go to the Defense
Training School at Tec-h.
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Howard Aleoru, Ada Au-
dt-i'son, Lewis Arnold, Ruth
Chaney, Jean Bennett., Henry
Bentz, Joseph Condon. Frank
Costa, Charles Dentino.
Frank Beriroit-h, Joseph
Bosco. Mary Bozik, G1-orae
Burrows, Helen Lois Ash-
baufzh, Attilio Colouello.
Ruth Eiler. Robert Ellis
Mary's desire is to beeome at sewe-
tary. She is one of our learned stud:-nts
who hr-louis to the Dauwiuu' Club. Com-
tuerrial Club, and Honor Sorit-ty. Al-
ways "Mary on the Slwotl' was Mary.
Till is always rc-atly lor lun. Ht-
vlayed basketball for the Sr. Hi-Y and
nla,yed Varsity football for three years.
The Rifle Club was his main interest
as a Senior.
Toodles would like to travel and
model 1-lothes, but at the lIl'0SClll is
enmloyed as an extra salt-ssrirl at the G.
C. Murphy Company. In st-hool shm-
is a member of the Comnu-rt-ial Club.
Service Club, Dau:-int: Club and Nai-
tional Honor Society.
Rif-hznwl Gzirvin, Clizurlow
tinuliuzza, Mznnrie Gnnton.
Thi-ri-su. Hollinzm-. Vale-rio
Hollinarur, Resris Hinilwlc-.
Anthony lnlorrr-, Sl:-ilu In-
torra-. Hf-tty Ann Jzmsson.
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Fi':nn-vs Hnnn. Hi-li-n Hui'-
iwr, Edna Mao Hill, William
Jztnsson, Stznilvy Kefulos,
Ji-ssio Ki-intvr, Jennie Kn-
lllEll'f'0. John Laliiffm-rl. Willis
RICHARD GARVIN '
Dil-li who 1-ont:-s to VHS. from Dor-
soyvillo is it nn-mlwr of thi- Hi-Y.
Driving zlnfl skiing' in-v two of his
hohhivs. In the l'ntin'0 ho will lirohzihly
hz- :t r-he-nilst :xl thi- Slll7lII'l'I2lll vV!lll'l'
Thvrvsa h:isn't flu-vids-d vvln-the-r to
lil- in Illll'Hl' or at heznitiifiiin. Avtlvilii-s
ln-ro lmvo 1-luiniesl ll his part of hoi-
liml- lint, not so as to intrfrferc with
hi-i' stildirls, Shi- i-laimeil nlf-mhz-rship
in G11-0, Lf-alll-rs, Sisrmn Tan Chi Clubs
:tml National Honor Soc-ii-ty.
ANTHONY GEORGE INTORRE
Tony was letter man in football und
hztslu-tbztll. He wants to so on to school
:intl take uv 9Il2ilN'l'l'lll2'. Ho liki-il to
holil offices :incl in c-lass :incl Vzirsity
tiluly ho had his share.
CHARLES J. GUGLIUZZA
Gnu is ai shy lull. soft snokmi with
littli- io sux. Hi- would likr- to hvvonn-
:in i-li-vii-intl oiiuiiwf-i', H0 wus ii mi-ni'
Iwi' ol thc- Hi-Y. Vookinsr :intl Dniivina:
Vnl wants to hr-1-ome :i sim-ez-asfiil
lmsine-ss woman, She was at invtnhm-I' of
tho ills-f-, Dann-im:' :incl Coiliiin-1'4'ial
Clubs, and Girl R4-si-rves, :tml took IlilI'l
in tht? utrorettu.
STELLA INTORRE 1VVllillil'l1Wll n
Sli-llit is known in :ill hor friflnrls us
Fi-en:-hiv. After sho rrzuluates slu-
wmlld likz- lo bl-4-onio it mods-l. Shr-
likes basketball and hulonfrcd to the
:nrt 1-lnh. Sho is also ilile-i'i-sled in darn'-
Maimrie- who is ambitions to he-4-oinv
at nurse- or at tvzu-hor hats bovoinlf ll
nonnlzn' r-lzlssniutv with that 4-ln-Pri'
snnlo ol' hors. ln hz-i' Jnniol' yr-nr, shi-
wus :tunic-liihi-1' ot' thi- Swviu- Vinh.
His :imhition is to bf-1-ome at mztwtei'
All't'l'LlflQ Mm-hzniin-. He like-s to build
model ziii-plum-s zuul shoot. Ri-gis be--
longrs to thu Rlfli- Club and the Air-
plzuice Clnh. With these activitivs he is
:t :ood student mul me-mher of thc'
BETTY ANN JANS SON
Bcity Ann would like to bl: ei steno-
gvzwliei' or l,l'lt'DhOlll,' oporatoi' Whf'11
sho zraflilzitvs. Her many activities con-
sisted of tho Junior Class Play, Loud-
ors' l'll1b and Stuff Club.
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Fi':ui's iuuhition is to design tht-
lzite-st fashions of the day. Ono of hr-r
i'm'oritm- ixzistinws is shooting' on thi-
Riflc- Ie-:nu ami she p:1t'tivi1ma1tf-il in
nium' othvi' sc-hool ziutivitivs, 0I7l'I'Pli1l.
:incl the f'KllllIllPl'1'i2Ii Uluh .
CARL WILLIAM JANSSON
Bill has ai limi:-li for uimrlaiie build-
ing und is quits- int:-rc-stml in mef'h:ui-
ivzil clruwinut This tull situ-are svnioi'
is rf-silly :ilu-acl of :ill his frivnsls in
zurffznly holdin: clown 21 Joh.
Tuhhy always has thv srilrtrles. likes
to trzivi-l and wants to he ill Hf'l'l'l"li1l'5'.
Hoi' various activities werv in the
Coninwrvizil, Se-rviuc-, Dan:-in: and Girl
Althourh Heinnii-'s hobbies are in
the sports world, her l,'HI'f't'l' will bc-
thzit. ol an interior dec-orator. School
reportvr for the- Advanr-e, mc-mb:-1' of
the Stuff, Leziclvrs, Rifle, Sigma Tatu
Chi 4-luhs and possession of lomlitiu'
roles in tht- Jr. and Sr, plays ure- many
an-tivities that l'U?lillI'E1i in hr-r svhool
Although Stzufs skating :ability in-1-cl.:
tonvliml up za. hit, he makes up for it
in hr-inf tlu- wzwk shot of the- Rillr-
lezuu. He pzu'tir-iymtr-ml on the football
teanl. Boxirnr and Hi-Y clubs. but. his
honu-work is always flnishvd on time.
To bo :nn e-lm-trim-nl Pnsrine-1-r is his ani'
John is known for hz-ing: quiet. Hz-
has he-4-n a, helper in many ways
throulrhont his years in sf-hool. Al-
thousrh Clllillt. he sonic-times hznl his
troubles with the ts-uuhers.
EDNA MAE HILL
This blonili- lass ol' V1-rona will be
tho 'Iwi-ffwt ser-ret,ary". Bc-sides he-1'
worlz she take-s :if-tivo interest in the
Glen Club, Staff, and Honor Sovivty
Althouuh zi brood studr-nl, yet :l Hood
frie-lui with lots of in-11.
This "littl4- srirl' likvs to bowl and
hike. HPI' work in the Serviw- Cluh :intl
f'lllllIlll'l'1'ii1l Flub will load hor on to
hu 211 most effivif-nt sv:-i'0t:1l'A'.
VVith football. basketball, boxing' :Ls
an-tivitir-s in which hr- nz1i'tir-inut.es, we
know Bull is an asset to :lny dass. Not
only in athletivs but in clranuitics :md
spvllin: nizltr-hos too, Bud is at, thr-
enior of '42
limb is thi- vii-L--Ln'esimls-Lil oi' tho Smi-
-zss. ulsu the ilu- se-4-rPt:Lry ul' the'
S:-uior Hi-Y. Thu taill, Llzirk, liuiiilsrmic-
hm' who plays thc- Lxi:uLu in the Star
Ganz:-LN Or:-he-strai is noni- :Lthr-L' th:LLL
'l'lLLe Hi-Y h:Ls 1-l:LiLLL0LI .lzivli :ls :LLL
:LL-tivu ni:-mb:-r for thc- mist two yvurs
zlliml thzlt 1-luinipiuii Hi-Y h6lSk1'iI12lll
lt'lllll Illlil lots uf llllll lu-4-zillsv of him
The V.H,S. fmvthzill linv was stremrlli-
J Lt- :illmlitimi ul' J:L,:-li :Ls :L
Nu-rl hx tl
Millii- luv:-s ln play lmslcf-th:Lll. Sh:-
- wr uf thc- Girl Rvscrvs- :uul
is :L mimi
' . " Lufzli qui:-t. Milliv is
Srrxiu Klub Ihr
il lriz-ml to :lll.
Rc-f-fer is :ni ac-tlvv lei:-as who is 2llWi15'H
iii the midst ul' thinfrs. She is :L mum-
hvr of the Girls' Varsity, 1.e':ulz-r's.
Stuff :mil Girl Rc-servo Clubs. Shi- also
lL:ul :L Lnirt. in Ihr- play. "Full ul' Yl7lllll."
Jn:-'s umhiliun is to lw llll0illl'l'
"Glenn Miller." HL- is very WL-ll likml
by :Lll thc- studs-nts in the sr-hool. JOf?'N
h:LLul, "The Star Gaz:-r's", tzikvs Luv
must nf his timv.
Pete: is um- ut' thu boys who lt-ft Us
to t:Lkv me his PLIll1"flfl0Il :Lt :L trzule
ss-huol. He likes to play bzislietlmll :md
mushbzill. :Ls well :Ls to shout pool :mal
swim. Wu- rlrm't, know what Poli- lrlzins
for thu fllllll'l'. hut wefri- suri- it'll hr-
Vin:-v was :ilw:Lys thc- studious l:L4l
who wus lll'Vl'l' :LI'r:L.i1l tu look ut, his
I'l'll0I'I. v:Lr4ls, Sim-v he' was il guml
stinlc-nt :xml in:-'niln-1' of the Natiunsil
Humor Som-if-ty. he has Lwospi-1-ts of gm-
iiifr nn to svhunl :intl stuilyimz' 9l0c'tl'i0nl
This qui:-t ss-niur :Aims tu take- his
Lilzu-v in thi- 1-levtrivul world :md in
rf-zilizzitimi of his ambition is takim:
tho Defense Course ol'ferPd at one of
tho trade schools in the vity. Ho pur-
tivipateml in the Cooking' Cluh while
:Lt V:-rmizi Hiu'h.
LAURA LOUISE ROGERS
I.:L1lr:L is :mother SIPll0lIl'ZlllIll'l' to hr.
Not only werm- her :im-tivitivs l'f'lll6'l'9fl in
thc' Clll'lllllf'l'l'llil 1-lass but in Staff :mul
Girl Rust-rvv Clubs. As :L l'llPllllJ0l' ol'
thu GI:-v Club, shi- 1r:u'tic'ip:Ltr-rl in twu
Blackic is one of those who really
rlido when it comes to Roller Skatinuh
She has hecn active in dramatics, par-
I.i4'llHilill2' in the Junior and Senior Class
Plays. hut her activities are mlividctl
anions: the Girl Rescrvcs. Dancinu' Club.
Gln-c Club and f'0illllll3l'l'l1li Flnla.
Blondie would like to do sccrctarial
work sometime in 1943. As il nu-mhcr
of the National Honor Society and Com-
mercial Club you see that her mind is
workin! toward that end.
MARGARET JANE ROGERS
Marzic wants to go to colh-gc to
enter into the field of oral hyH'il'll8. She
has been active in the school oirercttas
and shop club. She was also a member
of the Commercial Club and was on the
Jnnior Prom Committee.
Although Marie is a ll0Wl'UIllt'l' to our
sehool. she has iounfl a place for licr-
self here. Sho has scrvcnl as a monitor
and is quite active in sports. Her aim
in life is to become a Lelelvhone olvcr-
ator and answer your phone.
ELIZABETH F. PLESE
Vice President of the Commercial
club. Lizzie stands out among' her class-
mates, with her personality. She likes
to dance and her desire in life is to be
a filing' clerk. She is a member of Girl
Reserve and narticinated in Junior Clase
MARGARET JANE RONEY
Pr-zrrry, a sweet little Miss is always
sniilinir and is a friend to all. Acro-
batie Dancinzr is one of her hobbies and
someday she hopes to be a model. The
Glen and Commercial Clubs have had
lu-r as a member.
Robert Lasher, June Ly-
ter, Vinccnt Manni, John
ltlcflormick, JlJSl'Ilh McWill-
iams, Oliver Meitson, Mildrctl
Radovich, Pcte Randas.
Pearl Moorc, Marie Mor-
rill, Eleanor Peretic, Helen
Pitkivitch, Elizabeth Plese.
Margaret Pope, Margaret
Roirers, Marzzarct Roncy,
ELEANOR F. PERETIC
Eleanor participates in sports, danc-
in! and club activities. She is every-
one-'s friend, dependable and cahablc
at all times. Stuff. Leader's Club, Honor
Society are some of her activities.
MARGARET E. POPE fwilhrlruwnl
Pope is very active in the Iicld of
sports. she belongs to the Girl's Varsity
and track team. She was a member of
the National Honor Society and the
Jimmie. one of the fcw quiet boys
of thc class leaned toward the domestic
art. of cooking and the mechanical art
of airplanes. He belonged to both these
clubs. Weldinz is one of his hobbies
which hc hoocs to turn into cash soon.
Roh:-rt Saxman, Delsena
Shaw, Frank Sistek, Martha
Loi- Williams, B4-'tty VVolfv.
Frank Slosar, Rohm-rt
Smith, Bt-linda Whit:-, Dora
.It-au Wright, Harold Zc-sky.
Dvailniau is always on thi- ah-rl anti
has he-f-n a invnihor of the Hi-Y lor
foui' yr-airs. He played bask:-tball and
football. In Marvh he wi-ut to DL'I't'llHt'
Sc-hool at Tor-h to take un weldiiur
with some of his 1-lassniaius.
MARTHA LEE WILLIAMS
Working in thc Sci-vi:-0 Club, and
at-ting as a tyiwist, Martha is all set for
thi- business world, As a. iiastiino. Honey
Frank wants FL business ol' his own.
Ho If-ft us for a while this yt--ar to
take up a trade at Coiuuelley, He was
it member of the Cooking Club. Student
Council, and Airplane Club.
Shaw was tho Drum Major at V.H.S,
in her Junior aurl Senior yt-ar. Shi- was
mesitle-lit. of tho L1-adn-r's Club anti a
nu-mhz-r of the Gloss Club. Her future
ia 1-ither workuu: in an ofiivi- or ruu-
niusr a ht-auty parlor.
llotty thv editor or tho Nf?tll'l'iUtlk has
Journalism as hz-r ambition. Baml.
Lf-a1ler's Club, Rifle tflub and Gil-fe Club
as wt-ll as thi- school Hauer l'f1Dorier for
tho "Post Gazeltvf' were her at-tivities,
Sho has taken Dart in tha- Junior Class
play and 0D9I'8l,lZlS.
MARTIN ROBERT SMITH
A tlillar a dollar, a tou o'r-lot-k svholar
is Smith. Always a quit-L fellow anal
easy to get along with, hi- left us to
Ho to trade school in March.
FRANK J. SISTEK
Sounyk that little 1-:ny who is always
zirouutl hut in-vol' maki-s inuvh noistf.
Hr was au avtive- lnemhrr of the cook-
in:.'. typiiif. airplane- and :lam-ing' clubs,
Ho would like- to hevonu- :i skilli-it
WILLIAM RAYMOND WOLFE
Bill is vr-ry motive in tho liohl ol
lll't'Sltll'llt'y. He was iwresitient of thr-
Sr-nim' Hi-Y and the Sf-nior Class. "Bill"
had f-hariro of the movie machine-ho
is an amateur oaiidid c-amera man, He
was also in thi- Glce Club and Staff
Vluh, Bill hopes to enter coli02'f'.
Bi-liud:s's ambition is to irvt an ulfiri-
position, In tvnth grade, member of
t'oniinc-ra-ial Club, and later SL-rvit-u
Club, and Commercial Club.
enior of '42
Highlights of the Year
Our last lap hogan in Svptetnhor of lil-12 and what un eventful your
that tttrnecl out to ho. 'l'wo 'Rf' days, Kl9t'lill'illZl0ll of war, and sugar
rationing wcru tho big events in Worlrl llistory while wo were lllllklllg
history within Vcronufs walls. Eight of our Seniors Wore nlreztdy in tho
thick of things wht-n svhool stnrtud and wo got into thu foothztll season,
Now thPy ztro strutting urountl wouring tht-ir now purplo :intl gold sweat-
vrs :and tht-ir your of glory is ovt-r.
For t-vO1'y Senior that outing ut North Park ut tho Point was n
"doozy." Playing gzunt-s, snapping pivturos and budding romatnt-es,
wo had tht-nt ztll. Our eiit-rgios wt-ro oxcwtocl u littlt- lutvr :ts tht- t-lass
holfl :L clunre and wo ull "trippt-tl the light fauitustir in tho gym. ' '
From Ilan:-ing to faster moving foot ut National Park for that Svnior
Skate. Poor Stmtleyl He took it thztt night.
lloutt- room prograins gulorv, wht-n our t'l5lSSIllll.t0S toll us how to act
on dates, lwzwing :thout johs ztvnilzthlv :mtl schools for furthoring our
In Mztroli, olevt-u of our mules loft to go to Dcfcnso St-hool to trtko
up welding and p1'0pnr0 tln-nise-lvvs for jobs in the futuro.
"Aunt Tillie Goos to Town" ou April 24 and on to that night of
nights for the social fling, H The Prom" and then on to graduation, VVoll
it is all over and wo are not sorry but just ft. hit r0g'rt-tful. Yvs, vlztssos,
too, we'll rot-all but these :irc the high spots.
Prositlc-ut ..,..,. ,,..,,,,.. W ILLIAM WOLFE
Vit-o Presitleut ...,,,.. ROBERT LASHER
St'f'l'f'lill'Y :mtl Treztsuror ...,.,,,,..,
DORA JEAN WRIGHT
Floorio is an-t,ivo in tho sports fit-ltl.
playing on the Vt-runu Girl'-s Varsity
:mtl VVf-stinrhouse Jr. Basketball! team.
As at mt-mher of tho Glr-0 Club. Doral
haul u mart in the out-'rt-tttt and slit- also
lnlztys tho violin in tht- Community
Sw-r-tl. who is illlPl'PSl9ll in tlzutcimr
:mtl tlrzmiutlf-s us lrastillif-s hope-s to
hc-1-onw at weldt-r. His hobby is busohnll
:mtl ou that stlbjt-vt he is very flue-nt.
Ho is nt-vf-r latz- Slllf'P ho livz-s so vloso
Juniors Engage In Many Activities
lfA, llursim-. E. Dunn. .l. lim-rs, A. f1I'lljill'Il'lI. E. li2ll'2Iii2l, E. NIIHIICUII L
Fix. V. UOSTEI.
Huw 2-li. NVomls, ,IQ SlJl'PC2il'0, M. Hlllyill. V. XViison. H. Nlomitis, Ii. Nellis, 'XI
Mau-lmviicll. R. llmild.
Iiffli. VVz1Ikvi'. E. White, -I. AAbPl'Ul'0illi'liI', A. BZIVIIUS. li. M. lilll'kil?li'f. X
Powell. T. Sankvr, I". Tlioilipsoil.
4f-I. Snntucci, H. Roth, M. Yvzlgri-V. II. 'l'z1n1b11r1'o.
SMU, P0111-0. R. Sturm. M. XVhi'rv. M. Zibrvg.
6-II. Keisier, A. 'I'm'chia. K. Mvhelic, C. livimilvy.
T-li. Morrill, NT. A. Mull. ll. Rrigrhf. E. AiIlPi'iHg.f, M. I'3aii'd, S. Gabnr, M
Abzlrzly, -I. Smlwv.
81-S. Hamm, H. BIHCFill'l2lllt'. IS. Dusclll, R. llvrps, -I. lfpvzlll, H. Elkan
NV. Walker. -T. Mamli.
Sl-J. UOIPIIIEIH, M. Bigrellilo. N. Uebelills, I". Roth, -I. lizlslieig G. Uverbul
A. l"1'azic1I', II. Shirlvy.
I'1'cx'1'1lP14f .......... ......... C THARLES COSTA
i'1'f'1' P1'l'.QI'fIPllf ...,,, ,,,...,, 1X IARION SMYTH
Sl'f'l'I'fIII'jj'Tl'1'lISI!l'1'l' ,....,.... NURMA FEBELIVS
'I'VV IZ NTY
W I-I N'l'Y-'I
" f'4?WS-Zffw-.'xz. Han.-rip?-'24 -mm: wi .gay .,fw1-'lf lf'11""
The Coming Generation
Row 1-H. Pavone, VV. Humphrey. J. Lashell, IJ. Irwin, M. King. E. Templeton,
M. L. Householder.
Row 2-R. Marino, L. lxT?lllg1'Z'lI1H1"0, M. NVilson. J. Thompson, W. Johnson, M.
Ke-ister. NV. Jankovieh.
3-C. Zibregr. E. Hollinger. F. Hann, F. Carson.
4-M. Haeriek, H. Himes, J. B1-uno, F. Ilarper.
5-J. De-Vita. U. Dehellis. T. Costa, J. Curtis.
GML. Gabud. A. Garia, A. M. Bodenheimer, M. Dible.
T-lf Bruno, B. Allman, M. Bainbridge. C. Bruno, L. Gordon, T. Condon,
J. Alcorn. A. J. Colonello.
8-G. Morgan, R. Raabe. H. Pope, D. Rupert. M. Rice. M. McGrail, T. Starn.
Presiflmlf ......... ......... M . L. HOUSEHOLDER
Viz-f'-President .................. FRANCES HARPER
Sfw'fffrz1'y-Trmsm'er ...... .....,.. M Y RNA DIBLE
R 0 W
inth Grade Becomes A Melting Pot
I-V. J. Martin, D. Ricllpvro. XV. Benson, XV. Isherwood. J. Elkanich, N
lilulich, R. 'Faylm-, G. Xenias, M. lxI2lllQIZlll2il'U, I'. limidzis.
2-D. XVetn1o1'e, R. Damien. B. Quinn. D. Duschl, R. Fowlws, VV. Dible, J
Ross, L. Dible, L. Hobson, U. Turpin.
3-A. Lanious, H. Kratsas, -I. Pylv, L. Maclwn, J. Boziv. R, Luc-knack, K
Ilunkley. li. Ogden, M. J. End, A. Heniale-y.
-L-M. Gabllcl, D. SOIUIIIOII. M. Bosco, D. Ilolliligreix XV. HEIIIKIEIS.
5-D. Leppolcl. YY. Stairig Ii. Hopkins, M. Hvlin, I". Harattzi.
6-A VVhitv, B. lYIcDz1cle-, I. Cribbs. R. Harm-s, U. iWUI'Q'2lll.
7-A. Bursic, M. l'oovei'. G. Ritchey. H. J. Kollkle, R. Pvnco. VV. Briglif
J. Umidon, D. Pi'icl1a1'd. S. Liberfo, J. Ritchey.
8-S.Moo11, G. Libvrto, Cl. Mille1',L.Mayua11, E. Uaiwliicli. E. Rosv, U. Sifllllfl'
D He-pelyak, M. J. IJ0llgl'lllll'l', VV. Harper .
fl-S. SCIIVVPIFTZ, H. Lozillm, V. NIL'XViHi?lIIlS. V. 'l'01'lizzi, li. XVhiTv, H. XYVHSUII
Uarchicli. E. Univsin. V. Fowkvs, VV. In-lziml.
I'1'11S1'fl0i1f .... .. ...... AUDREY REMALEY
V1'vgf-P1'ws1f1l011f ...,.................. LEONARD DIBLE
Nw,-7'rmx, .............. MARY JANE IATVHIINER
TW IZ NTY- FO UR
In The Uther Buildinj
lst. lZmv:.l'. Lum-, W. Nvlnultz, IC. liiliut, Ni. iillIllliill'l'.Y, .L 'l'su4lis, .I. 'l's114lis, R. iillllll, il. 'l':lylm', tl, Young, XV X
N ' v 3
Hlmup. A. Muiulu, R. i'z:IilIirl'i1lj,'l', il. KI'lli2ll'. .l. In-:1l'i1-k.
ml How: Ii. Ili-lliulmlm-, M. Yiiillilllllflllll, N. -iL'SfL'l', Il, Collins, H, YllQUVi4'i1, L. SIDIlllQ'iL'l', U, iillllil, Y. fiililiil'
If. Sf:l1'1',.I. Nlimritx, ID. lla-ups, N. liudivli, l'. Km-tlvy, IC. Sivin, Ii. liitvlwy, ID. .iJ5lllIil'O, J. ,i.,l'iil'il2lI'li, S
5 1 1
S1111 Huw: IC. I-,mln-11I1m'11, Vi't'2ll'ilUl'Q I. iomfvntilm, I". Mzmmtos, R. Ih-lin, V. Hclxmivv, J. Ilowurcl, Bi. King, M
Mzirrun, M. Yofs, 15. Quinn, If. Mzxnus, V. ii1llllllg'Gll'dllOl', NT. Ka-i':ulos,i A. G:lg'l:iis,'l'I. llvlslvy, S. Sher, V. Kinvf
. C ,
A. xflllllrf, N. Luvkm-k, L. Iowvll, J. Iiyh-, M. Stl-ffy, 'l'0:u'hL-r.
th Row: .l'. liim-lips-1'n, A, Svpclyuk, F. Imvzir, J. Biil,l'I'0ll, D. Iilvlv, S. Yll1'kUYil', J. 1Xil'tZgl'l', J. illjilllllgil, C
lirunu, .l'. Hnyrimw, W. King, f', Bl'IHil'll, ll. Skimwr, G. l'lm4-r, R. .Xlwn-r'miilviv, .l. Dvlh-dmiiiv, 'l'. Nc-His
lst Huw: XV. Af5l.Yl'2lll, I.. Niniuiu, R. l':iil'1', .l. Ililur, R. IIIIIUS, R. Ruth, Il. 'i'.Vil'l', XV. 'ii1lilliIlll'l'0, ll. .Xllrvrts 9-
Huciim-ii S. Ilulvs N. .Xuvn IJ. fifl1'l'ililli.
ml Row: Rf. Ihxivs, A. igllI'Sil', Tl. Rmlkvlv, .I, .Xsl1lv:1lig'l1, 0. I.miiin11'1lozxi, XI. Rilllfiliri. M. l'11liS1l. H. Vilim-limi,
.f. Ii2IiStl'l', I". I31'usfrmii, Bi. Zullwlizis, R. Him-uni. A. 'l'urpii1, N. ixiVl'xViiii2lHlS. I". i,f7l'Sl'.V, IC. Hilllgillllilll.
rfl Huw: Mrs. Hirsmi K. Avklin fi, BiV2lll7'2III2ll'll XV. Xi2ll'till1'il'. A. XIX-irs S, ii2lSt2llli1lS K. Kc-fzilus. J. Uosizl
i i 5-. y 1 ,
.f. Al'lllSfl'0l1g', .l. x'l'I'llUll, IJ. liytvr, N. llllschi, l,. XVilittL'llilL'l'g1'I'. K. iil'2lfS2lH! R. I'0h-rsznx, .l. Hsu-iup,
-HIL Huw: -T. iqlllllIlI'1'U, li. .Xill'l'l'l'Ullli1il', Ii. Witzvi, XV. 3:11111-v, S. ixirillllilfiibi, ,L Siiumrms, XV. Nfviwiiv, ii. Griyfius
I 1 ' 1 ' ' VV ' 1 'V V ' 3
1-. 5Iil'2lAll'IH', A. i,1'i'?IZlH..i. luimm-Il:i,, lu. iXl'lli21l', A. Xsnrzissi, 0. Ili-Ilzuflmiiw, lm, lmng:
YW IENTY-SI Y
K nam., f ,
' Tlw prim winning' photos frmn Tho plxotuglwzpll i'lJllfl'Sf or we llliffht say
YUGIIRS about Town.
TW EN'1'Y'S EVEN
Q Through the various clubs and
W X organizations within the school
the student has an opportunity to
discover his outside interests. He
has a natural outlet for this type
of thinking while in school and it
X "' ik X --
s fi 4 ' ,
X .- -
Q is in the activities that he has a
splendid opportunity to add fur-
ther color to his education and to add grace and beauty to his person-
ality. This side of school life stands for pleasure. Our never-to-be-
forgotten dramatic feats-our display of oratory, the thrill of our
first large audience, and those coveted honors we received when we
were elected to the National Honor Society-we can't forget them.
f, mini iiefx 7 za, ii' ,
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Urgfani ation Contr
SIGMA 'FAI' Vlll
lst, Rmv: li, Hill, ll. Slmxv.
lu. l.:llrm'. X. Hulllmrzfr, 1.
'fllll Row: G. Xa-mans, H.
Hzu-pr-r. M. Rh-1-. T,
Jlral Huw: S. Kc-lulus, 1'
Vuslzx. VV. Wolff-, Flora
'1' H lR'l'Y
Isl. Row: F. Ruth, H. 'Faun-
'full Row: I,. lwlllllllll. 0. Dm-lf
Izulmmr-. F. Sisls-k, R.
Jllwl, Row: S. lilulir-I1, l'. Ram'
1l:lH. 0. lNll'IlS1lIl.
llh Row: l-I. T1-nmll-lvm. l".
lillrsn-, li. llupklnf. 1'.
VW-tI1lrrl'lA. S, Lllwrln.
Isl Row: 'I'. Sulllu-V, N.
f'1'lll4lllls. L. Nvllis, D.
Slmvv. B. Juussun, M.
Smyth. HK Dunn.
'Emi Row: R1-hr-4-1-:l Palm:-1'.
Smrllsmi P. Munro, J.
Lyls-V. J. Ahvrl-rmuhim-, J.
Upvnll. Il. BllI'lKll2ll'l, R.
K4-istl-V, E. Pvrvtif-.
:ml Row: IS. Wulle-. T. Hul-
lil1:'vl'. A. Pnwt-ll. H. Hsu'-
lll'l', D, J. Wri:rht, E, Hill.
A, Fl'JLZlk'l'. F. H:u'm-r, M.
W ll. Hnllsf-l141l1lz'I'.
'hute to tudent Life
Sigma Tau Chi
The Student Council has been replaced by the Sigma Tau Chi, a changing group
which meets on Friday mornings. These Greek letters have been used and they mean that
this organization is a Student Town Hall. No permanent members were selected for the
representatives consequently, any student had the privilege of attending the meetings. The
purpose of this group is to solve some of the student problems which arise during the year.
The troublesome questions concerning the Prom were numerous and consumed
part of the time. Decorating a Christmas tree for the Senior High Building was another
activity, while a. Bake Sale occupied the men"ber's time one Saturday. The proceeds of
which were turned over to the coach to help defray athletic expenses. This showed the elub's
interest in the school as a whole.
Sllnlisoz' ....,........ ........ l' 'LORA MeC'l7LLY
Temporary PI'f'.YilfI'Ilf. . . . . .THICRESA lIOLLING'FlR
B0y's Cooking Cluh
There is a g'roup of boys in our school who really like to cook. In fact some twenty
or so boys who wish to be able to prepare a tasty snack for themselves meet during the
activity period with Miss Ruth Lambie and do just this. They have made delicious candies.
cookies and biscuits, and find it lots of fun. In fact. we are sure. that they will make the
ideal husband for the busy wife of today.
The boys have found it interesting to don aprons and begin putting ingredients
together in a little saucepan and eventually after adding a little heat to turn out a fine
batch of fudge. really edible. More boys are interested in this club than can be accommo-
Sponsor ...... ....... R UTH LANIBTTC
Presirlenf ........ . .......... FRANK ROTH
View Presirlellf ... ...HAROLD TAMHURRO
XYith leadership, a desirable trait. to be developed in any girl, this club comes for-
ward. Many of its members are active in all the high school sports open to the fairer sex.
The members attend the home football games where they sell tickets. candy, pop, and hot
dogs to the crowd.
A yearly event, the spaghetti dinner, which is open to graduate members was con-
tinued this year and sixty-two members were present. This event was :Followed by a bas-
ketball game in the gym. In order to keep the Verona purple and gold before your eyes
they crocheted novelty lapel gadgets which were sold to friends. The gadget represented a
basketball and had a large V embroidered Ill it.
The final activity was a dance on May 8, which proved a successful dance for all
Spnntsrn- . . . . .REBECCA PALMER
Pl'l'.YfI1f'7If .......... ......... l TELSENA SHAW
S!'f'l'Pf!lI'.lI-TI'I'flNUl'I'7' . . . . .RE'l"l'Y ANN .IANSSON
TIIIRI Y ONI
The Se11ior lli-Y is Elll active organization composed of eighteen boys kllltl its activ-
ities have been varied. These boys are constantly worki11g toward developing better charac-
ter, botl1 for themselves a11d others.
Socially tl1e group has been active too. Tllffll' first affair was a VVE'llll'I' roast l1eld for
all old IIIQIIIDQ-'I'S at tl1e Oakmont Rifle Range, early in tl1e year. After a complete re-
orga11izatior1. a swimming party was the event at the Downtown Y.
Tilt! 111ost significant activity of the group was tl1eir participation in a Hi-Y basket-
ball league. In their 11ew black and wl1ite uniforms, tl1e boys strutted on their way in tl1ese
games. The suits we1'e purchased witl1 lIl0ll0y earned from those dances after tl1e basket-
Sponsor' ..... .. . .i'IlARLl'lS RAl"'l'lClt Vive 1,I'68lillI'llf ....... ,... C 'IIARLES f'OS'l'A
l'1'f'sirle11t . . . .... WILLIAM VVOLF'l'l SI'1'l'l'fllI'lll .......,..... . , . ROBERT LASHER
Tr'ea1.s111'er ......... .... lf 'R A N K POST A
A large organization of SOIIIP thirty-five girls, this group I1as as its purpose to face
life squarely and to find and give of their best.
Following tl1e trend of the times some of the members took a First Aid course taught
by Miss Lindeniuth. Much worthwhile information was gained by these lessons. Swim-
ming at tl1e New Kensington Y.M.C.A. was another activity as well an interesting Christ-
mas party tlllflllg' tl1e holidays.
Un March 25. tl1e big eve11t of tl1e year was held, tl1e Girl Reserve dllll Hi-Y Rally.
Tl1is included stude11ts from Penn, Plum, Oakmont and Verona andthe two organizations
served as hosts lfllltl hostesses. A general meeting was held ill lflllt auditorium. wl1ile group
meetings were held i11 tl1e classrooms, DlllllQ1' dllfl dancing followed.
Sponsor ........... . . . AlARllARl'l'l' E. S'l'EFl"Y View lilwsirlfllf ,... ...... , . . ,ATARY HAI RD
Pl'l'.sfrfr'Ilf .... . . . lildikll MAY BVRK HART N1'f'rl'fd1'y ......... ...... .... 'll I lLl1l'l'l COSTA
Tl'r'11.w11'r'1' ............. ..... B lfl'l"l'Y BRIGHT
This is a little brother organization of tl1e Hi-Y and consists of boys from the sev-
enth. eighth and 11inth grades elected to membership by tl1e group. This club strives to
maintain an earnest endeavor with Godls help to be manly in mind and morals, and to be
unselfish and helpful to others.
Service to tl1e school has bOGll one of tl1eir aims. And in serving the school they not
only served one, but all individuals. Sponsoring the sale of defense stamps throughout the
school, delivering stamps to tl1e rooms, and collecting tl1e money are a few of tl1e ways ill
VVl1lCll they help.
Their other activities ll?lV9 been limited to a few basketball games.
Sporzsfn' , .............. . KERMIT ANDERSON Vive Presizlclzt ......... .... R ONALD FOWKES
Prrlsirlellt . . . .... GEORG Pl XHNIAS Sf'l'l'f'fllI'All ................ DONALD RIUVPERO
Tl'I'fLSlll'f'I' ............. . . .J OSEPH LOHAUGH
l l I R'l'Y-TXVO
XV. Wulh- l', 'I'1lvIu'y. S.
In-lulus. K. I.:lwI11'l'. J.
MvWilIl:mns. Ii. Wzelliw.
R. Szlxmull. A. Iizurm-Q. J.
M1-Hu-lxlif-lc. H. All-1,1-11. A.
Alffm-u. V. Guu'ln1xz:n. l'.
1'ust:1. A, Vulum-Ilu, G.
Hllrmwf. V. III-milm. Ii.
ISVIIIIU. F. Vuslu. W. H.
lst. Row: I.. Morrill. 'I'.
SilIlIi4'l'. G. Ov:-1-In-I-la. M.
Iiuird. I.. BI, HurIch:n'1.
A. Pnwe-II. Il. 15l'i:1'IxI. T.
Vuslu. A. J. l'nIum'IIo.
'Ind Huw: M, Smyth. I., No-If
Iis. K. M4-he-Ii:-. A. I'Il'llZII'I'.
J. Alu-xw-mxxlhifl. I.. Womb.
M. A. Mull. T, Vullnlnll.
BIIII'L'ill'l'I Str-I'I'y. SXUUIISHIZ
Zirml Row: E. HulIllIu'1-l'. L.
R.0m'A'. BI. M1-Ijmil. IC
I'I1-sa-. .I. Sinn:-4-, J, Klum-
zmww. M. NI2lI'IiUXI"II. M.
Yr-:suv-l'. BI, YVI1iI4', J. Sull-
tlu-vi, A, f'rnj:lrivI1.
HIIIIIKIIIIUI Kvrmii Arnie-I-mul.
Slmllsur. T. X:-Ilir. Il.
Alu-nw-rmnhiv. W. Jzufkzl.
W. IIIIIIKIQIF, ll. Ri:-lllwvm.
E. Kl'llI:u1. G. XUIIIJIQ. W.
Kimi. W. T:nnhu1-rn, I..
SImup. A. S4-lwlyxlli. R.
I4'uwIivs. J. I.nImIl:I1. V,
Slum-x'. H. '1'Nlf-r. R. l'e-le-11
sun. J. WI1iu-slmlv.
Swann-II: W. Slznrr.
Group that er
1. J. lic-1-ra, .I. Alwlu-1'n1x1Iv11'.
L. liurkhnrl. I-I. Ph-se-. ll.
" -K li'xl'lu-- 1' 'l'l11-l'4'v 4'
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IJ:-ntlxlu. 5. lv.-lulus. S.
1. I.. Ii11l'kh:n'1. G. l.llu-Vlu.
'f. E. Vlvslm M. All'-1' Blllll,
J. l.:l,l1u'l'm'1l. E. lXhll'l'iIHl'.
li. Hill. M, lmmvvl'.
1. L. Gmwlull. M. Rim-an IC.
AI. T. Sturm. K. Tc-rlizxi, 1.
lirulm, l.. Rum-y. A.
Whit:-. li, Whit:-. G. Ovvr-
Ji, M. K4-islzfr. N. liilhllif. M.
Dull-S, li. Villvz-IIZU. M
lfIlil'll, R. Sluwum.
M, NI1'GI'1lil. H1-1011 Hr-mfri.
SIHIIIFIIIT F. li1'ustl'uln.
the ehool and eommunit
"Quiet I" "No running in the halls ! " t'0ne minute until the tardy bell I " Such were
the calls to lagging' students from the Never present" monitors. The groups were changed
several times. througrhout the year, bringing' more boys and girls important positions in
V.H.S., which involved a great deal of respensibility. These faithful workers are to be re-
spected and commended for the fine manner in which they fulfilled their duty.
Runnin,-1' errands, writing' passes. answering' the telephone, are but a few of the jobs
that the teachers and principals keep the office force busily doing. Each member of the
group has his share of the work to take care of and is responsible for the completion of
a thorough job. The work gives each one general experience in office routine, which may
lend a hand in the future career of these students. This office force is one of the hardest
working: organizations in the school.
Learning' to work with onc's hands as well as onels brain is a fine aim and today.
especially. knitting' has found its place. This group of students under the leadership of
Mrs. Helen Henggi have worked on knitted patches from scrap yarn and as a final result
have made several afgrhans to be used by a city hospital. ln the club period the majority
of time was spent actually working.
ariety l The
Girl's Glee Club
The Girl Glee Club is composed of thirty-eight girls from the four classes of our
school. This organization has been active in civic affairs, cooperating with the Band in their
concert, early in the school year, singing before the Parent Teacher Association at one
of their meetings, and participating in a school sponsored, Sunday evening service during
National Education Vlleek. During the last week of April in cooperation with the model
airplane builders, a concert was given by the Glee Club.
The members were Willing to come early in the morning and to stay late after school
in order to make tl1eir club a success. This year, they had two different leaders, Jane Mc-
t'nIlough and Mrs. Giltenboth.
A Glee tllub for the boys was started by Mrs. Giltenboth and much interest was shown.
Almost any Thursday, the band may be heard practicing in the auditorium. This
group is taught by Mr. Louis Mango, while Lewis Arnold serves as student director and
Delsena Shaw as head of the drum majorettes. VVe are sure that our band ranks with the
best of those in Vtlestern Pennsylvania.
Leading out on the football field, with their purple and gold Capes this group
makes a grand appearance. Patriotic and scholastic letter formations have been learned and
practiced by all the members and have been well executed.
The Band Concert which was held in the fall was quite a successful event and much
of this success was due to the work of the Band Association whose labors have made this
Junior Rifle Club
One of tl1e newest organizations in our school aptly called a junior group is the
Rifle team. In these days, learning to handle, shoot and take care of a gun is an important
This group was started by W. H. Keister and although not on the faculty for the
entire year, his interest did not wane and he continued working with the members.
The National Rifle Association, one of the oldest sportsmen 's organizations in the
country, states that any boy or girl under nfneteen years of age whose parents are citizens
of the U. S. is eligible for individual membership in The Junior Division. Clubs must con-
sist of at least ten members in order to obtain a charter. Our club was duly chartered dur-
ing this year.
1 C C
plce of Llfe
Isl Row: 'I'. Hullilmuw-l'. M.
YI-:lsr-l'. S. Mmm. F .MIM
AIIIY. M. I'1'm-upio. J. I'ylI-.
11. Prila-lxzursl. J. Szlntnwvi.
A. Rf-mzllvy. D. Hullimrf-r.
S. S4'IlNVZll'lZ. E. Rose, B
l.l1r'Iim4k. R. J. IcllIlIiIl'. J.
'Zml Ruw: D. Shaw. T. Fun'
llull. E. Alhe-rms. M. Dlhh-.
IJ. J. VV1'i:'I1I. E. M. HIII.
M. Iiillf. H. Ellaullim-h.
.tml Huw: M. J. Emi. W.
HIIIllIbIlI'l'5', J. Buzif-h, L.
Hmmm-rs. WV. Hzlrxn-1'. M.
Ruff-Vs. M. VVhil1-. M. Popes
M. Ste-wurt. D. L+-ppulxl.
K. HllllIiIP3'. H. M. Pulls-.
Isl. Row: li. Islu-rwouxi.
Onu-sin. Il. WI-tmurv. H.
JxI5L'I'I'I'UlllI'lIl'. W, Dibh-. A
D1-Fzlziu, H. Abe-1-vl'umhu-.
IJ. Czu-4-hinli. E. A111-u. V.
'Emi Huw: R. Lllwkm-lc, A.
J, Cvrlunfflln, E. Whitv. R.
M4'1":1l'I:u1f-. A. Povsvll. M.
HlllllIDhI'l'B'- B. VVnlf4-. V
J. Murtill. L. Pow:-II. P.
Ppf'I1IIlIl'Y. V. Ki11:'. L. Roh-
sun. J. Moritz, Ii. Bruuht.
S. Islu-Vwoml. J. Bev-rs. D.
Shaw. IS. VVI1ith-l1Iwl'u'm'.
Jimi Ruw: J. Ah:-rf-rmnhi1-. H.
Tzaylmk V. Mvwilliums. H.
L. Ashlmalllfh. Ii. Bzlrlws.
J. Full-mam. R. Tuylnv. M.
J. I.illI4l'Illll'I'. M. L. H1llISl'-
Imlzlm-l'. I.. M. IflII'IiIlIlI'I.
lst Ruw: H. HilI'Iil'l'. D. J.
W1'i:rhl. M. YL-:nur-V. L.
Nc-llis. E. AIIIPVIIIK. S. Ks--
fznlns R. HlIlIIC4'I4'. N.
Fvlu-Iills, E. Dunn. T.
'Incl Huw: W. H. Koistf-V.
Sponsor: A. Colors:-Iln. M.
Whit:-. B. VVUIIRA. A. Frzlx-
i1-1'. K. Ma-hz-lim-. M. Mm'-
rill. I-', Hmm. J. Vpvznll.
fini Huw: R. Smith. J. Mun-
ni, R. M:'14':n-I:mv. M.
R.l'ilI'I1'Ii. J. Snlnw-, M.
NI!lI'IillVIll'h. W. Johnson.
I-T. f':u1l'im-ld. I-I. VIIPIIIIIIVIUII.
'I' I I I RTV-S ICN
junior Hi h
Rum: W. W:nlIu-V. I
'Ind Rum' II. Slzurn. I
QVIIIIIIZ, H. 'I':nyIm'. KN
Isln-1-xxmuI. Ii. III:l4'I'IJlI'IJIIIt
Ibm: VI. Mzlyw-:lll. Imlll
rr-flu-r. S11mnNm': .I, R111
I-V V I0
!,. MIIIIIQI-lu. I+.. tlnn-Mn. I
IIII Ilnw, W, Sullxz-v, W, .lun
luvxn-Il. l', M1-WlIIl:mlf. I
Nlxulluuius. IC. .Mlm-lu.
Il Iiiwlllwru. I., I,u.IIIu1. I
'Il-'XI'iIlI:m1f. NY. II'1'IJlII1I
In. Ulm--mg l,. Blau-In-11.
if nlwlj S. Shvr. IC. Iillvllm
X Ymnnui 11 KIIIIIZ,
Ylxuuvn-II. I'. ICI-m:nI4-X, X
,. INIznl'::m-I S14-
mu, J, IImx:u'1I. .I, IQII
I.. In-Ilwlum-. Ii, SIVIII.
-nl:lI4'y. IC, ICIIIUII
I" IIlznnzatw. I
. IIluIlw-Il. 'NI
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n The potli. ht
This club has two divisions, one for the Junior High and one for the Senior High.
and includes in its membership twenty-two members. Their purpose is to make model air-
planes a11d learn the different types of planes. In cooperation with the U. S. government
which is sponsoring a drive throughout the country, the members have made fifty model
planes which include models of the axis and allied air forces.
Late in April, an exhibition of these models was given in the auditorium. This club
gives an opportunity to boys who are interested in mechanics and wood carving to really
do some creative work.
The sponsor of this club Joseph Yount, holds a private pilots' license and is there-
fore well adapted to leadership in this club.
spoinwr , ..................,. JOSEPH YOUNT View I're.wifIwv1t ....... ....... l 'ORREST IIANN
Prexizlfvlf .,.. WILLIAM VVALKER SI'l'I'l'flll'-ll and Tr1'a.wu1'fr.ROBER'l' MaeF'ARLANE
lhe Safety Patrol
A squad of boys who might well be called Junior I olicemen was organized under
the direction of Earl Ocker, with members from his own home room.
This club has stationed boys at various street cor11ers in order to aid the students in
conducting an orderly crossing of the streets. A series of posters have been placed o11 the
bulletin boards by the members in order to bring the safety question before the students
XVhite belts and arm bands marked with the words, Safety Patrol, are worn by the
The Handcraft Club is an organization of thirty members from the seventh, eighth
and ninth grades. sponsored by Margaret Steffy.
The purpose of this club is to learn how to do constructive hand work. Making waffle
rugs. weaving little blocks for afghans on a weave-it, crocheting, tooling leather projects.
making wood burned pins, placques and leather mocassins are a few of the activities. Pot
holders have been crocheted and some linolevm block Work has been done.
These arts are all interesting and fascinating to girls and help to develop their cre-
Hehhie ' re D
lllNV0lllY-lclblll' 1ll0llllJK'1'S pz1rTieipz1Te ill Tl1is club llO1'?lllS0 They are especially inferestefl
ill The work of The em1111111e1'eial fielcl.
Some i'llfPl'l'2lill1llPl1f b11T 1110111 l'01l1lllPl'l?i2-ll ecl11e11Tir111 is The p111'p11se11fTl1e club. Early
i11 The year El Tea dance was Sp0llSHI'0ll by The gr1'f111p1l111'i11g'ho111e 11141111 period illlll The prov
eeemls were flmiatecl To The HBlV2ll'L'll of lJi111es" 211111 "Buy a BOIllbl'1'ii fllllll.
All issue of 11 lllWVNp2llll'I', Yer l'r1111s, was publishecl by The lll9IIlbPl'S which was q11iTe
Slli'CT'SSflll. l11 Mareli, Tl1e club wiTh iTs S1H0l1S01', l'll0l'El Mellxllly, llllillf' a Trip To PiTTsb11r51'l1
where Tl1ey 1'isiTecl Duffs lrr111 l'iTy i'r1lleg'e illlil Tl1e l'iTTsb111'grl1 Press.
"The Strange Bequest"
-laimes l1HSll9l' ....,,,
A lbert Tr11'el1ia ....
Olga l,l'lIl'0 ...,,
xY0I'l'llil Uebelius ,
ixlZlI'g'iP Yeager ,,
Allibfllfxl' club, pz11'Tic11la1'ly i11Te1'esTi11g' To girls ill Tl1e lower grrades, is Tl1e Lldlllilllg'
club, spoilsored by Elizabeth Bodeiiliorii.
During- The club period, SiI'2lillS of fillxllll Milli-1"s, Sarumy Kaye's, and Guy Lom-
bz11'1h1's 11111sie may be heard issuing' 101-0111 The olcl g1'y11111asi11111. Of course These 0I'Cll6St1'?l
leaders are COIlli11Q' To you via popular pl1o11og:1'apl1 reeorfls buT They serve The purpose well.
All Types of cla11ei11g' are per111iTTecl but The 2i,ll'1l of The g'I'0llp is To keep claueing and
lGEiI'l1 To dance well.
Florzx M:-1 ully. Simxwuri
F. Hzulll. V. Zihrf-:L J. Kvls-
lvr. M Zihre-fr. H. L. Ash-
hznl:'h. R. l'h:1nv5'. M. Gulf-
lull. M, L. Williams, J.
Szmu-1-, I-I Gznhnr. J. Klum'
:1rvn, M. Mzwlwvilm-11. S.
Guhur, A. Aluh-rsull. M.
H1li'I'i4'li, R. Ruuhf-, A. Puw-
f-ll. H, Shirlvy. E. Plc-Qu R.
M. Ruth. I-1. Whilw. J.
Thnmlmsrm. J, Sim-mul:-. J.
Humphrf-X. V. Hollinsrf-V. li.
Whilv. M. R:ulm'iwlx. H. Pilv
.IVNIUR PLAY PRA1'TII'l-1
A. Turf-l1i:l. T. SElllkE'l'. M.
Smyth. J. I42lhlH'l'. M. Ye-:lun-I,
H. Slxiflc-W. 11 Rm-mule-y. H.
'l':unlm1'l-U. N, twlu-lim.
E. Bu4Ivulun'n. nlirr-1-tm:
IIA NVING I'l.I ' li M EM BI-IRS
G. Mill:-r, L. Robson. I.
Vrihhs, A. J. 1'ulul11-llu, T.
Custzn. U. Rin-ht'5'. S. Kus-
IJIIIHIS. IA. Sr-lwlyzlli. Ib
Dllsa-hl. V. Mzirtin. IJ, Lyn,-V.
li. Whittoluhf-I-::cl'. G. Lib:-rlu.
M. Duswhl, H. Yr-rnun. M.
Rulnlrls. 0. Lnlnhurclnzzi. M.
I":nlQu. B. I-Iile-r. A. BllI'Sil'.
M, Helin. V, l'zn'r-hnli.
Buurhmnu, A. NI. Bmlvn-
hm-imc-r. 11 Br-nun A. M4-in-Q.
U. Smith. R, D:une-vu. M. L
Huuss-hulnh-r. M. J. I,u1ls'h-
nm-r. L, Mun-:m. S. Sinlmnns.
'l'. Vusta. M. 1YJUll2'lll'I'lY, L.
Unhuri. li. Quinn. A. I.:miuus.
K, Kmxfulos. F Imrfr-y. M.
Wxlsun. A. I.zuu-.
Slilllillllyff f'. lil'lI4l1'Il. R, Luna'
H, Vlfilsml, A. Gilrizl. A.
Hlll'Hl1'. R. Slus:u', J. D1-
xvilil. VV, Juhllsull, P.
Rullnlus. R, lille-1'. ll. I,yI1-,
KIll'l'llIlJl'I M. Ima:-0, Glvnn
Wild. Slrnllsulf J, l'lll'IiS.
J, Rivluu-ru. lmximrgli,
lmullm. H. l':lvulle'.
Hilmlzl Lilnllrfy, Sxmunsurg 'Fil-
lia- Samlu-r. V. Hollinm-V.
A, I4:u'nr-s. E. Dunn. M.
Iluzlk. V. lulllllll, E.
Grnlmr. 0. Pom-U, T. Hul-
llIlL!'L'l', S. K4'lY2llllS, J.
Sunu-m', K. Mvhr-liw, H.
Pitlcivitvlm. E. Hill. N.
VA RS l'I'Y 1'l,l'li
Iiull l,:1shs-ll. A. 1nlm'rv, H.
l':u'm1v. Glr-nn VVilxl, Shun-
sur: R Ellis. ll. Arnold.
'Xml Row: E, T1-nmI1'tnn. J,
Riu-In-y, A. B!ll'lll'S, 17,
Rr-lnulvy. J. M1-4'm'mi1'k.
F. ISL-1'::'uis-ll, G, Lmllhu.
Sirml Row: R. SIIXIIIIIH, L.
' Fix. M, liiu'f11ll10. W.
l Julmsun. VV. VV:nllil-l', H.
M:ll'i:nlis. R. l'1-nwu.
ln All Aoti itie
Twenty hard-hitting sluggers make up this club. Under the leadership of Coach
Glenn Wild, the boys present two public exhibitions a year in which each available mem-
ber participates. The first show which was held in December, was an interscholastic match
with Penn High. lt proved to be very exciting' because all of the entrants seemed very well
matched. On April, another match was held and Vero11a's opponents were from Penn
and East Deer. Many local boxing fans attend these contests and enjoy watching the boys.
Besides offering' fun and exhibitions ef their prowess, the club aims to teach and in-
struct the boys in the art of self defense. Through boxing, the members learn the value of
precision and sportsmanship and gain greater self confidence.
Sponsor ............,.........,........... GLENN WILD
PTH-ilfll'7lf ......... .... , KNTHONY BURSIC
Srv'I'f'a1'y-Tl'r'!ls1l1'P1' . . . .... VVILLIAM JOHNSON
National Honor Society
The scholastic leaders of our school are found in this group. ln order to be consid-
ered for membership, an average of B must be maintained in your first three year's work.
Final selection is made by a faculty vote late during the Junior year and membership is
made known during a special assembly program.
Leadership, Scholarship, Service and Character are four points on which the indi-
viduals are rated.
Because this group is not only a local one but a large national group. it is consid-
ered quite an honor to belong to the group. Hilda Lindley is the sponsor.
NVe are sure that a closer friendship and understanding is gained by the organization
of a club for those boys who have fought together and for each other on the gridiron and
basketball courts as members of the Verona High athletic teams.
Through the efforts of this club, due recognition is also given to the graduating
members in the form of some award. Special basketball games and dances were sponsored
by the members as a means toward earning the funds.
The members are all proud to wear tle V. of their alma mater.
Sponsor .................................. GLENN WILD
Prc.vidr'nt .,.... ........ B UD LASHELL
Vice Pff'-Ylllfpllf ...... .... A NTHONY INTORRE
Secretary-Trr'as'1m'er . . . .... CHARLES DENTINO
FOR'1Y 1 HRIIE
Purple and Gold
What kind of a cover . . . VVhat tl1en1e
will we use . . . Style of book . . . How
many pictures . . . How many sections . . .
on goes the list of perplexing questions
which confront the Staff each year.
Miss Rupert gave her support at the
nightly writing sessions and got l1er dose
of "writer's cra1np" alo11g with Betty and
Tillie and those faithful few who were
struggling to get the "dummy" complete
for the printer.
Larry and Lewis came through with a
fine job on the ads, with the aid of Dewy,
Norma, Marion, and Lois. Tramping over
Verona and Oakmont selling advertising
was much better than a day in school and
it was valuable experience for each one of
these Staff members.
The photographs for the book were again
taken by Mr. Deglau of Crescent Studios.
supervised by Bobby Ellis and Jean Upvall.
Ask either one of these folks how their feet
felt after a busy day here with the photo-
grapher It was hard work even tho' they
were given a couple days out of school to
do the job.
The various typists, artists, and report-
ers did their best to get the copy ready for
the press by obtaining desired information
from coaches and club sponsors.
Getting the yearbook ready has been our
most important task but there have been
some other affairs of interest to the Staff
too. In October, Betty and Miss Rupert in-
vited the members to a spaghetti supper at
1 ORTX P OUR
the editorls home. Lots of food was con-
sumed by those who attended and an in-
teresting evening ensued.
Another bright spot ill October was the
l70l1l'1Sj'lV?llllH School Press Association Con-
vention in Harrisburg. Although only a few
of our Staff could attend this, competition
for places was keen. Two representatives
were selected by vote and as a result your
editor, Betty Wolfeg advertising manager,
Lewis Arnoldg Tillie Sanker and Albert
Torchia were your delegates. Miss Rupert
and Helen Harper also attended the meet-
ings. The trip over to Harrisburg was made
by bus and sponsored by the Post Gazette.
Forty two students and advisors from the
Pittsburgh district buzzed over the new
Turnpike to the state capitol. On arrival
there most of us were housed at the Penn
Harris Hotel while our friends from Penn
went to the Harrisburger, just across the
way. Meetings were held at the John Harris
High School and new ideas were gleaned
from these sessions. The only regret of the
six who attended was that the entire Staff
could not be there too.
ln order to make this Convention trip
possible. the sale of individual pictures and
the proceeds from a dance were used.
Later, a snapshot contest was in the front
and Helen Harper, June Lyter and Henry
Bentz walked off with the prizes.
The big question now is who will carry
on in our places next year.
Purple and Gold Staff
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School days! School days! Soon they will be over for the year of 1942 and
we'll have little else except our souvenirs from the year's events and, of course,
some little knowledge stored up from our busy classes. Pictures will help us recall
these important events.
Attention! Take some glimpses of what goes on while the school is at work.
No doubt, there is some daydreaming when we are supposed to be working, but
we like to sandwich in a little fun, too.
ln the Household C'hen'1ist.ry Class, Miss Pierce helps the students perform
some interesting experiments. Dying and testing of dyes and fabrics is one of
these. Judging by the rapt expressions on the faces of Ruth and Stella they :ire
surprised by the results obtained.
"The hypotenuse of tl1is is equal to that,'y Jack says, as he explains this
uzzlinfr theorem to the members of his geometry class. This frrou consists en-
p 15 lf- -. Z' p
tirely of the male sex and is quite a class, from all reports.
In order to maintain a good appearance in the halls of the Junior High
Building, this crew works hard. Snapped on the upper landing, they forgot about
their work but thought of the picture which they were creating for future refer-
Chemistry again holds the interest of some juniors and seniors who listen
and watch while Mr. Rafter explains the intricacies involved in this experiment.
Some look on in wonderment. This class, as well as the one in geometry, affords
training in clear. logical and accurate thinking.
No, this is not a beauty contest lineup or a Pepsodent ad. It is just a picture
of five girls from the class of '42 who could aptly pose for either of the former.
Bang! Bang! Rang! These four marksmen will not shoot but you should
appreciate the originality in this picture since it was gotten in a very ingenious
way with the help of ladders, roofs, and rifles.
Early in the year. football and basketball heroes were in evidence. This
is a typical example. Bud, one of the leading senior athletes, active in boxing,
football and basketball poses with Tillie. a cheerleader.
Again a few of the seniors glance at the snapshots while they are being
exhibited in Room 220 and help to choose the winner of the contest.
Just a glance at these proves that students today have every advantage
to put into real practice the facts which they are learningg it is practice which
Football season comes in with
last minute gains, field goals and
fo , X
Q. all the fight that goes with a game
to make it interesting and exciting.
Close scores, and an enthusiastic
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FORTY Il! HT
and excited crowd present a color-
Q - ful spectacle to all. The cheerlead-
ers in their showy costumes as they
cavort about urging the students to yell for their team are seen at all
the games. Finally another football year is ended but soon we are in
the midst of basketball, that ever popular winter sport for both boys
and girls. Some one has said that God gave us memories that we might
have them in future years and through them we are permitted to live
through those thrilling encounters again and again.
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Alt Ilnrm-N. limb SEIXIIIEIII. Vinum-k Vostwl, l'Im1'li4- IM-ntimv and llurry PHVUIIP
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erona Gridmen Uiplay Fighting Spirit
Yorona was doalt a I'Zltllt'l' svvvro jolt in football this soason. Ou tht- afternoon of Septonilwr
13, Verona was defeated by the strong Wilkinsburg ol:-von to tlu' tuno of ISHP, Tllr following week
we full in the path of our old jinx, lidgvvvoorl with the svoro ti-II. A wvok or so later, we truvele-d to
f'laridgi-, wlulrr wo sc-orvrl our first tout-hdown by at pass from liashvll to Moriatis, but lost the
gaim- 20.43. The following wt-ok Vi-rona lirokv into tlu- li-ad Ivy di-fm-ating a stubborn Baldwin Oli-vt-n
Ivy a srore of 122-li. Tho first touchdown was iuadu lay roluple-ting a. pass from Laslwll to Johnson.
Returning a punt, Lashvll ran fifty-five yards for the sw-ond tally. Vvrona travclwl out to Ponn
High, our noar nvighlior and foo, with virtory in our lu-arts, only to return hoiuo si-alpvd by thu ln-
mlians with the score of 20-ll.
Looming lu-forv us wore- sow-i':1l otlu-r important HEIIIIUS but tho big' one with Oakmout whit-h
was tho last of tht- svasou lookvd lll'llQfllf on our horizon. ln tlu- past wr had uu-iuorin-s of big scorvs
pilvd up in this nu-lm-v which is usually aiiylnodlv 's gaun-
lnut again wort' lli'i:t'2Iit'4l lrlv six points.
Ni-vor say div" has lu-rin tho motto of our toaui this
lil Wilkinsluirg ll Voroua :Ill Pm-nu lligli ll Vuroua
43 Edgvwood ll Vt-rona I8 Aspiuwall ll h'1'1'0ll1l
EH Penn Towusliip 7 Vorona 24 Plum Township ti Vi-roua
Qt'la1'idg0b I8 East lluvr fi Vi-rona
ti Buldwin 12 V1-roua I2 Oakmuut I3 Vvrona.
Kite-eliri.2'-Mem. J. Eiler and R. Eilvr.
lst row-H. Pavouo. F. Bersroim-h. R. Ellis. F. De-uliuo, R. SQLXIIIHII. J. Mc-K'oruii4-k. A. l'olouc-llo. L. Fix,
Qual row-Foam-h. Glf-uu Wild: A. Iutorrf-. L. Mauu'arnaro. A. Garia. H. Morailis. M. Biuouho. A. Iiaruf-s, V.
Rmnalr-y. J. Loalho, A, Bursit-. E. Ti-nurlelou. Marr.: Ks-rniil Audi-rsou. Asst, Coat-li.
Jird row-f'. Zihrt-.22 R. Pouvo. V. Fosta. R. Raalw. G. Mor2'au. J. Ritvlwy. G. Loallm,
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The 1941-4:2 basketball season was rather suceessfnl in that Verona showed a total of nine
victories against six defeats for a .600 average. This year 's team was brilliant at times and displayed
:1 good passing attack with an uncanniness at working the hall into their opponents basket for
elose-up shots. It was the failure to convert our foul shots that cost Verona a few of those defeats.
The most thrilling game of them all was the Shaler game in which Verona staged a garrison finish
to nose Shaler out by Remaley's field goal as the whistle blew for the end of the game.
At this time the Verona gym crowded with spectators who stood with wide open months and
waited while the ball was passed from player to player. Shouts were emitted from their throats as
the score went up and only the end of the game Saved them from collapse from severe nervous strain.
More interest was shown in the games after this feat.
Bobby Ellis was the individual stand-out in this game with sixteen points, ten of those points
coming in the last five minutes. Ellis was the leading scorer for Verona with an even 100 points
for the season, followed by Larry Fix, with 90 points, and then Rnd Lashell with 71 points. Art
Barnes was consistently steady on the gnard and was responsible for breaking forays on mnnerons
occasions. Johnson and VValker are promising stand-outs for next year's floor team.
The game at Millvale which followed was another exciting one but Verona was finally vie-
torious by four points. Their stage which served as the basketball eonrt was unusual but the entire
game was that. After each side tallying point ly point, Verona was glad to be able to earry home
liast Deer and Aspinwall were two other close games.
Oakmont, our oldest rival, did not offer as mueh competition as in the past but the final
game of the season which was played at Oakmont chalked us up another victory, and some of the
thrills of the past were evident there. Players out on fouls, boys sick and hard luck was our lot
but not for long when the final score of 33-25 was received.
First row-R. Ellis. B. Lashell. L. Fix. W. Johnson. A. Barnes. Coach Wild.
St-1-oml row-F, Br-rzoieh, I.. Arnold, R, Saxman, C. Remaley, J. Volemau. W. Walker, E. Templeton, Mauauer.
Ftrs! row-K, AlHlt'l'S0ll. 1'o:1wl1: J. 'I'honmsun. A. Ala-urn. H, l'iIV0lN'. J, Kiln-lux 1 4 lls
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breatoaks from little acorns grow"
Hard work. long hours of practice and lots of tnn malta np tln lot tor tlnsm
boys of the -lnnior High who are paving' their way to tln VAISI x tefn of I0
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lvvtvfl :lftcr smm- trlvmits 1-:nrly in tlw 'Vt'ill'. llc-:nl
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V4-rm1:r,'s purplv Y, 414-sm-i'w zu big hnml. Wlimi
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tlwlvss tlwy wt-rv on tlwir tm-s lmliliing zllmut
front Ivlzu-0 tu plm-1' in thv l'illll, in thx- snow, in
thx- mml tll' swelt1-ring' limit urging thv spv1't:1-
tors to l'lll'L'l' thx' fl'2llll on tu vis-tnrlv.
'Vhv girls found swim- fliffivillty in lovaitiiigg'
uplmsiiig l'l'1llllS with whom to play hut fimllly
on l'lllt'l'lllg thu f0Ill'll2lllll'llf IIIUT thvir 1-quzlls.
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tor two uf tht- ,girls th:1t l'lll'1lllUl' :xml llm':1 Wl'l'l'
invitm-rl to join thx- Wvstinglmusn- .luniurs tl'2lllI
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lUlll'llIlllll'lll :tml win tho t'llIllllllltlllSllllI. ,X sin-
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We wish to thank our patrons
and advertisers without whom
our book rould not be published.
We urge that our subscribers
patronize the merchants whose
advertisements appear on these
Fil TY SIX
With our heartiest con ratu-
I lations goes every wish for I
J good luck and success in the I
l years to come
General Offices and Works: Oakmont Cpittsburgh DistrictD, Pa
AN OAKMONT INSTITUTION SINCE 1894
Phono Oak. 1707 Hvlen Evanco, Prop.
N O L L
HELENE'S BEAUTY SHOP
"It Pays To Look l our Iirsf H
751 Alleglxmly Hivor Blvd.
H. B. IIZIHIHIOYIKI, Prop. Unk. Elfilfi
VERONA FRUIT MARKET
ATLANTIC Mrs. Rose Liberto
BIRDS EYE FROSTED FOODS
EXPERT IJUBRIUATING - Awnsscmnxxss
Tire and Baffcry Srlrzzirn
Phone Oak. 1537
Allegh ony Blvd. Verona, Pa.
"Af file Nfrwf Wm-k Siflnl'
Snccvssol' to L. V. IIEHPS
ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE
WILLIAM R. ZESKY
733 Allpgllelly River Blvd.
Phone Oaklnont 1391-J
JAYNE'S BEAUTY PARLOR
803 on the Blvd.
Oak. 869 Verona, Pa.
Oakmont 9690 Car XV3Slllllg' and
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I Ohblllnb MARY'S DRESS SHoP
Y Y i 1 Ltllllfwg mul I7lz1'lrl:'w'11,'s
A to Z IJllb1'lC2lll0ll
TIRES, 'I'I'BlLS, lSA'I"l'I1IlilES, Al'Q'l'ISSURI1QS
Allegheny River Blvd. Verona, Pa.
Congratulations to the Class of 1942
Allegheny Valley Trust Ce.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
LEWIS ARNOLD COLONELI-,0'S
. BEAUTY SALON
BETTER IIQNIES 565 Center Ave.
Oak. 1485 llll0l1O Oak. 175-M Verona, Pa.
466 North Avenue Verona, Pa. BUULAII Co1,oN151.r,0, Prop.
n:oN AND s'1'E1aII svlmlf
ARTHUR 86 McGRAILS
Verona, Pa. Phone Oakmont 9509
UNION COLLIERIES CO.
ll I Il
Nevviield Coal - The Llean Way
Phone: Oakmont 1300
QUICK'SERVICE PRINT SHOP
Phone Oakmont 344
427 North Avenue Verona, Pa.
Prinfed Advertising Novelties
fIlll6'l'LdCH'S, Pcnvils, Fans, Thermometers
GENERAL JOB PRINTING
Phone Oak. 27 Res. Syc. 7711
KIER M. EWING
Notary Publ ie Verona, Pa.
"All Out For America"
Always Interested in the Success of Our Schools
RODMAN CHEMICAL COMPANY
VER-OAK CHEVROLET, Inc. lmwf Forgff 1 mf
l'7lw'vrol0f Sales and SPIN!!!-!'1'
NENV AND YSED CARS
THE PEOPLES PHARMACY
626 Allesllvns' River Blvd- Ailammll D. W'oocls Il c
PIIOIIF fyilklllfbllf 110 Nemna
Home Styli- Pastrics
BUILDERS' Sl I I I S
VERONA TOOL WORKS
SAFETY AT XVORK MEANS HAPPINESS AT HOME
AMERICAN STEEL FOUNDRIES
G. C. Murphy Co.
5 AND 10c STORES
With Selected Merchandise to 51.00
730-734 Front Street Verona, Pa.
VERONA LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY
COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE
415 East Railroad Avenue Verona, Pa.
SIXTY-THR E I3
ALLEGHEN Y PHARMACY
G. D. Leonardo. PILG.
Yom' Neigh borhood Drug Store
Phone Oak 9550 Verona. Pa
719 Allegheny River Blvd.
J. an s. COMPANY, Inc.
I,r1f11'vs', Mvniw and Boys' Rerlrly-to-VVM1'
CLOTHING AND SHOES
Phone Oak. 9533
761 Allo,Q'I1euy River Blvd. Verona. Pa.
EDWARD J. WEIMER
Fnomsr and DECORATOR
Phone: Oak. 550
473 South Avenue
Showroom: 753 Allegheny River Blvd.
Go to IIard's for Good 'I'I1iug's to Eat
B A R D ' S
Yom: ICE CREAM s'1'oRE
420 AIIQg'IlPlly River Blvd.
500 Delaware Ave. UHICIIIOIII, Pa
Phono: Oak. 13201
GORDON A. SPENCER
North Resselxwr. Pa.
Phone: IInity 230
731 East Railroad Avenue
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
Charles II. Gordon
Allvgrlleny River Blvd. Oakmont
Phone: Oak 633
E. N. MILLER COMPANY
FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES
EIIEFTRICAI1 IIOIISEIIOIID APPr.IANc'Es
IIOME OF QUALITY FIIRNITITRE
Phone: Oak 1077
615 East Railroad Avenue
ADGIE'S SERVICE STATION
AMERICAN OIL CO. PRODUCTS
WILLARD BATTERY SERVICE
W I L L E Y ' S
BROXVN-BILT SHOE STORE
737 Allegheny River Blvd.
507 Allegheny Avenue
UHIKIIIOIII Station Oak 9520
. H. I
THREE STAR W F SHER
BOTTLING WORKS Evwfffffvw "H
OAKMONT AND VERONA DAIRY AND- ICE CO.
PASTEURIZED MILK AND CREAM
ICE - DAIRY PRODUCTS
20 Pennsylvania Avenue
Phone: Oak. 159
cling' Verona, P
THE MEN'S SHOP
, . , Goo. H. ZIIlll1101'I1lEll1
"LN flux br' your llrnryf I
TECH DAIRY STORE
mul IW f7r1?11-nz. Ninn",
T43 Allwfllcllv llivvl' l'lv4l T57 East lizlilmzlxl Aw-11110
r- . ' '
xvl1l'0ll2l. Pa. Oak. 13515 x7l'l'Ull2l, Pa
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CflllflfflfIIIKIIIIHIS fn H10 U1'fIfllllIf1'N of 1942
BI01llbl'l' Foclm-1'zLl Dvpuxif Il1Slll'2lllC9 f'0l'INll'2lII011
INGALLS IRON WORKS COMPANY
IEIRMINGIIAM, A1,AnAMA AND VLQRUNA r1,AN'r
NILl'l!l'fIlI'fIl Nlwvl for
BITIIIIJINHS AND IGIIIIDGIQS-USIIII'llI7ll,lDlN1l"
SAM'S S. WOODINGS 86 SONS
IDEAL BARBER SHOP
IIARDVVARE AND FEED
713 East Railroacl Aw. PAINTS, VARNISH, GLASS
Xf01'Q112l,, Pu. Ilunting' and Fislxing' Licellsefs
THOMPSON 86 CO.
TIME REQUIREDI-Comparatively Short
Day and Evening' Sessions
I3z1s1'11c.ws Needs You
DUFFS-IRON CITY COLLEGE
424 Duquesne NVay
At. 4875 l'ittsb111'g'l1
Amcriea.'x Finest Sehool J cfwelry
Medals and T1'0plu'e.s
ESTHER'S BEAUTY SHOPPE
B T E
BUSINESS TRAINING COLLEGE
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COURSES
FULTON BUILDING PITTSBURGH, PA.
KEYSTON E JEWELERS
"Your Fmfendly JG'w0ZC'7",,
Diamonds, NVHICIIGS, Novelty Jewelry
Eleefriz-al A pplianees
757 AII6g'Il9llj' River Blvd. Oak. 160-I
SIXTY-S EV EN
SHAW SERVICE STATION
V1-1111121 Road and 21111 Street
Cor. 31-11 and Center
Oak. 925 X7PY'0ll21, P1
C 0 111 pl IIHLC' 71 I s of
L. K. CARTER MOTOR CO.
1101141141 111111 1'11Y1x1o11'r11
Call Oak. 4
O. S. GRUBBS 86 SONS
REA L ES'1'A'l'E
9151 Alleg'l1e11y River I:0lll9Y?ll'Kl
THE ADVANCE - LEADER
I11-:N l'. Axnlinsox
40110 of lll'llllSj'lV?lIliEl,S Nest VVeekI5
Vml Your 1111111111 Bzlkzfry FRANK FIX
440 Allflg-iteny rum- Blvd. ROOF AND WRNAOE
T63 Allegheny Avenue
'Fc-le: Oak, 16110-310 cmatlmtmtf, Pa. Oak' 419 W""'11' PH
SUBURBAN WATER COMPANY
Vlfater Supply For
VERONA, OAKMONT, PENN AND PLUM TONVNSHIP
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736 Allegheny River Boulevard Verona, Pa.
PAUL F. BEALAFELD, Secretary
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