Verona High School - Shadows Yearbook (Verona, NJ)

 - Class of 1929

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QD BBQH f x E E VERONA HIGH SCHOOL NINEIEEN THENTY'NINE . X- -x xx-H--Q--Qis-xxwwwv-Nw-.XNXQ-NQFQ-QQ-4 -N -:xwQ-Q-.:- 9-Q-0-.X-f :-4y4:-cN-xPQ-Q-X-ga-V- .:- W--. - X -X -. - 'N-43-fy-QX4N -Q12 456420-Y 'A P-C -4? fK 5O-X504 -3?-C747-4,45-ix-KX H V . '13 Pflgu UU., l?E1K'iEd1Ibfni6d'l.:?iv'3'x!... :'?1'.FiA.fs'Yi "TGV MTWR!-9,9155-K:H. iXK.K ' 1'1kffIX1uL1QYxl'iw'Zii WZXXQHLIAIW R ' ' . ' aI,'31l'.lE"'JX5X ' + gig S H A D O W S 0 0 6 O O 0 0 6 O 6 6 6 0 O O O 0 0 9 O 9 0 O 9 Q 6 9 O O O 0 0 0 O 0 0 O 9 0 O 9 9 O 0 0 O . 1 0 + I 0 0 6 ' VNV 9 9 9 O O 6 6 0 0 0 6 O 0 9 0 O O 9 6 O . 4 Riff' I V ve, fume Shadows Staff, respecfifuwy dedicate 1 this bool: to paul XVVO JGIQQIEZ who has guided :Verona afhnefirs fm the peak of success f l x , f, Q v Nix' Page Three SHADOWS Board Of EAILIICEIIEIIOD MR. ROBERT KINC AVIISS MAUD CONWAY MR. GABRIEL AIELLO DR. ARTHUR BOUGHTON MR. XVILLIAM H. WILI.IAMS MR. FRANK F. MOORE, District Clerh The Faculty FREDERICK N. BROWN, A. B. Superfuisin g Principal ALINE BECK Physical Training HAROLD A. CRANE, M. A., Prim. CLIFFORD D. WILKIN, A. B. English Latin, French HARRIETTE E. PRINCE, B.S., M.A. EDITH M. BURTON, B. S. Commercial ' Latin, English HELEN M. HOSP, A. B. ' CHARLES E. RENN, B. S H istory, English Science M. IMOGENE COOK, A. B. HELEN M. CORRIGAN M athematics A rtcraft MARGARE'1' HOPIIER HARRIE'F CLAUSEN Domestic Arts Domestic Arts MAURICE K. DWYER CLARENCE SMITH Industrial Arts Industrial Arts ANNA L. MARKI-IAM PAUL W. GOELTZ Commercial Physical Training +A Page Four E3 X045-oo-0-XE VV 454' 1Y1ffxxXxQ-Q1X.3,RX.Q.X--Xx-xyX--.5-xx-XMQ-Qfyxxgi S H A D O VV S Qjf-c-Q-Q-Q,-Q-'--'-Q:-:QR-Q-Q-2-5-in ,, ,-4 1-7-9-4 N,.3- Lkj-g.. yXx.j-i5.Qx..5.3xx-, 3... y j,-x5.j,.3-5..3..3..Xx.yQ-.5..j ..f-,. - -Q .. -f - - - 151 if V 2-4745 2-42"'2-C 5 9-c,-4w-04 ox Cn SHADOVVS X1f2o+owv-Q,QoQo4x 4 m l , OO A V45 SHADOWS + Zin Mvmnriam william A. Smith ..3.3 -3.915 -xw-Q-Q-X-Q12-:Q-4-Q-Q-QNMQ-HE S H A D O VV S ' fc-Q12-:ff-Q-Q-Q 'X + SRHHAOWS Sh-alma Irvine Mcaiirzztt lfrzmk Hoffmzum Helen Nlarstcd fflzfof HZ C1110 Bzmznfw Wzmzzgw Donald Haight .,. , flflmerfisifzg' .wufmqef ChZ1I'I0ffC VVhez1tcm lidith Schzmffcr Dorothy Bouncy Kcrmcth Crudgc ,fl .vsisfzzm If zfil 01 'A mf. B1wim.r5 Awfznfzgw ,, ,, , .1 A 5..'I1'f1f1im , , q 5: . q rl lff Edith M. Burton Ffzfzflfy Klf!1'i.wr Q., .Q,.Q-.L..g- - -L- - -5- A--Q -- -- X- -'N-I'-Q' :ga Ig igbf o o o o o Q o Q o o o 9 o 9 o o 4 O Q 1, . AA. - , , "?'f""???4""'W Q . 9 ,,,,,,, W , U. fy. . K 1' 9 w . 0 , ,,, ,,, ,,W,,, ,,, ,W xlrl ltffzlor o o v p ' O 1 4 Q O ' ' o 0 J J' . K Q 45 f ' ff ' ' o I xl I 'fum' I Q , 4 o o Q 9 o 9 5 o o "f747"QYfF4,5'1?11F'Q?-'f5'QP' f'-fPIN4N-'lN'fP"f.f"' K " k"f"lP-Qi'-ff' A- Q-:-t eww-Q-xt11-Q.-Q-QQKXXXXQQQ-Q S H A D O VV S Hfsl-Q-sys-9'Q-G-1'4f"i'f'5"s" 'f"s' I. if Mgr! gXxx A DI I UHIAL ITH THB COlVl1'LiTlON of the additions to Verona High School, its students can look forward to a new field of ops poi tunities and a wider scope of achievements. The desire for expansion which is the driving force of youth is somewhat appeased. Their distantly visualized futures have been made much brighter. However, these futures are not as distant as they seem, for the gradua- tion of students from this school brings them immediately in touch with the future. lVlany of them will soon definitely break the ties which have bound them to this fundamental, character-forming epoch of their lives, and when they gaze in retrospection upon their high school days, they will value more fully the opportunities of Youth. So, while We may, let us build on the newly strengthened foundation of our careers a more sturdy structure which will justify the efforts of those who have attempted to aid us in our struggles for success. 1. M. '30. -Q-f . - -.. -. -wo-e4s-Q-v4xs-Q-eKsfa-fo-c-ewv- -.:-:-Q-we-Q-Q -e-Q-:--. -a-c-.-4--1-. - '- l'i1 4 XIII +q +Q O 6 4 O O 6 O O 6 6 O 6 0 0 0 0 6 6 gjooooooooo oooooooo Q LLOYD ANDERSON KcKill1flZ8I5 in zcfmz.f:.f1, :mr their befzzzfeom lnokf, Shall fain my Zo-we." RUTH AQHL Laughter if he nhorm 0 mfzfferfatiwz. n min Girls gr. B scb1ll 4' A. -X. 3' :uc Af ff-jf lf-- GIIORGII BANDIIL He peck: up ci! fu pigeon: pezlfe' he if a .vi 5 pedziler. . A A, 1, 2, 2, 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0 0 o 0 0 0 Q 3 4 , . Q SK Y, 0 , , f f , Cp. . a.,, L,l,,Cl Q Club, 1, 43 Public Speaking, l, 2, 3, 4. o 9 O f j P It ff 0 if ' j 0 Q 4 o 0 0 o 0 0 if ri ,, tr an A A, I, 2, 3, 4 dfoooooovyoo l'ageTe11 QQ QQQQQQQQQQQQQQ 090099- Ho-4se-4,N4ws-4wX-c-Qwc-c:-o-of:4v-oo4v-ojQ,Ql S H A D O YV S WILLIAM BAN DEL "The thing dmn: fr:'ail.r, and 1101 cc-haf if mid about it." ,L A., I, 2, 3, 4. 1'lILlflIfN BROWN "Life ccilhouf Iazzghler is a 'weary blank." Nlnnngcr Sr. Girl's Baseball team, 45 A. A., 45 Plays, 49 Glcc Club, 4. gm fdwfff MARION CRAWFORD Ulyofhillg emlumv but pezzfozzal qualifier." .-X. fl., 2, 3, 45 Glce Club, I, 2, 45 President Glen: Club, 45 Opcrcttas, l, 23 Baseball, 4. -O-G4,LC'4F-O-4712 ,.X.. rlgd A. Z F: x Xa + 00000000 0000 l X l i I x X it X Page Tfc'eff'e x.VNK,N-Q-4yQ-9,4 . FLORl'lNCl'f GICNSICR MBEUBI' lafe lhau never A. A., 2, 35 Glce Club, 2, 3, 45 Opercttas, 25 De bating Club, 2, 33 Baseball, 4 ARTHUR B. GRIFFIN "Mer: 0 eu' uwrzlr are fhe bert men President of Class l' Student Council l' Shadows Staff, 25 A. A., l, 2, 3, 43 Class Prophet, 4, Menlber cer, 2. WILLIAM S. FlSlVIPlR "He 'zcemxr the fore of voulfz upon him A. A., l, 2, 3, 45 President of A. A., 25 S 45 Captain of Soccer, 33 Class President, 25 Student Council, 2, Shadows Staff, 2, 33 Baseball, 4g Vice- Presidcnt of Class, 3. . Y! f f Y, Y Y . V Y of Hi-Y, 2, 33 Secretary-Treasurer of Hi-Y, 33 Soc- M occer, 2, 3, 4 0 o o 4 o o o O 4 0 v O 0 0 o 0 9 O o m I U' U O S rn f- LQ S 'e 'XO-. R 'E W-rf DW ... bn.-. 3,5 "-'TI QW X-. Q-.C E71 .N QF' "'4-v SE fm 5:1 R. A N S Z4 LICROY HICDDICN 'fS':c'eele.rl melmliex are More Mar are by ffirlafzfe mafia meet." .-X. .-X., l, 2, 3, 45 Boys' Glee Club, l, 2, 3, 45 Shadow Staff, 35 Operettas, l, 2, 35 Orchestra, 3, 45 Hi-X, I, 2, 35 Dance Orchestra, 3. f" K! A Q , Q .f--QQ vLfQ'v MAY H. KING uCUI1.ffdllf fhongbr will oz'erflo':c in ccwvls Il um 11.f1'ifm.fly . " fl. A., l, 2, 3, 45 Glee Cub, 15 Kappa Phi, lg Sec- retary of Class, I5 Debating team, 25 Treasurer, 25 Student Council, 35 Shadows Staff, 35 Play, 45 His- torian, 45 President Girls' A. A., 45 Basketball, 3, 45 Captain Basketball, 35 Baseball, 45 Caldwell Progress Reporter, 35 Operetta, I5 Best Citizen, 4. aazaaat 9-5715-Kb-f' ?f 5 A. A., l,,2, 3, 45 Orchestra, I, 2, 3, 45 Glce Club, l, 2, 3, 45 Operettas, 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y, l, 2, 35 Dance Orchestra 3. 'Vx 1 Y 4. 'Nil Page Thirfeen Qooooo oooooooooooooogg Q Y 'ld ri Pfzgs I"o1u'lee1l " -'QQ-Q? b SHADOWS EDVVIN LEWIS "Be1fer a had exams lhau zmfze at all." Baseball, l. 3, 4, Basketball, 3, 4, Btslietbnll Munn- Sger, 3, Soccer, 2, 3, 49 Opercttas, I, 2, Shadows Staff, lg A. A., l, 2, 3, 43 Vice-President of Class, 23 Boys' Glcc Club, l, 25 Hi-Y, 3. .4 , 1,7 X l affffff'-ff-f 'vgfbjwn JAMICS MCEWAN "The scarlet hue of 7ll01fE.fly.,, A. A., I, 2, 3, 4, President of Class, 3g Secretary- Treasurer Student Council, 33 Shadows Staff, 3. JOHN W. MOORE "The mozleft temple of ':4-isflomf' Soccer, Z, 3, 45 Student Council, 45 Hi-Y, 35 Vice- llresident of Class, l, 4, Secretary of Class, 25 A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4. We V+ 5314 A+ S H A D O W S MILDRICD NOBACK NIJJIIIFR, laugh, am! be merry, but be alfa i7ZIl0K7EIlf.H Athletics, 3, 43 A. A., I, 2, 3, 4, Plays, 43 Glce Club, l, 2, 45 Operettas, 1, 2, 4, Orchestra, I, 2, 3, 45 Student Council, 4. THOMAS O'NlilL "Since Ill frmxiflerizzg buf refolzme in actiwzf' Basketball, I, 2, 3, 4, Captain Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Soccer, 2, 3, 4, Captain Soccer, 2, Baseball, l, 3, 49 Baseball Captain, 3, 4g A. A., I, 2, 3, 4, President of A. A., 4, Plays, 25 Glee Club, 2 3 4, President of Boys' Glue Club, 3, 4, Glee Club Librarian, 2: President of Class, 2g Student Council, 2, Hi-Y, 2, 3, Uperettas, 2, 3. ARTHUR ROBERTS "l:'s'w'y mlm .YbO7l!lf .vfudy !70lIl?i.f6ll8.f5 in speaking. A. A., 3, -1-5 President Student Council, 4, Vice- Presiclent of Hi-Y, 35 President of Class, 4, Plays, 4. QZQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQZQ Y x AA + Page Fifreczz S H A D O VV S l 'CRANIC SHICPARD "QI lazy htzznl ir noi all argwrzsfzf of fl I70llf61lfElf !kE!l7'f.,I Baseball. l, 3, 4, Soccer, 3, Basketball, 4, A. A.. V ,- 'Ta l, 2, 3, 4, Play, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4, Operettas, 3. MAR-IORIIC SMITH "Spank is the index of 1175 mimff' Girls' A. A., 4, A. A., I, 2, 3, 4, Glce Club, l, 2. 3, Public Speaking Contest, l, 2, 3, Opcretta, 1, Orchestra, 3, 4, Baseball, 4, Kappa Phi, 1, Basket- ball, 4. IVIARIIC SONN Q iIC0l1Y'57'JKlfif17l is the image of the nziznff' Z A. A., I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, l, Operetta, 1, Kappa Phi, I, Debating team, 2, Public Speaking Contest, ' 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 4, Basketball, 4, Basketball Cap- tain, 4, Class Secretary-Treasurer, 3, 4, Girls' A. A., 4, Play, 3, Vice-President Girls' A. A., 4, Latin Play, 4, Caldwell Progress Reporter, 3. fX , AWOL in Ni 'age Sixteen S H A D O W S + BERTHA VANDORPIN "To be gentle if llze ter! of a lady." A. A., I, 2, 3, 43 Glcc Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra, l, 2, 3, 45 Secretary of Orchestra, 33 Operettas, l, 2, 35 Kappa Phi, 1. V DOROTHY WILLIAMS "P0lifeue:.r goer far yet eos!! 7l0ffIih'g.,, A. A., l, 2, 3, 45 Athletics, 2, 3, 4, Glcc Club, l, 25 Opercttas, l, 2, Kappa Phi, lg Basketball, 2, 3, 45 I Baseball, 4-. I'lARRll'l'I'Tl'l li. PRINCE Class Dean L Q wa Page Seventeen W Q -1-:A 4:9 W an N59 5 NB UO ' Q .2 Q Q UD O O 6 0 0 O 0 0 O 0 6 SHADOWS ES 'S u P M , H Q ng 4315 wg E gal 3 arena as nv 1-X.-N 0,5042 "- as-xomgw.:-lb 091 N A Q U Sw H. ww 'Q Q C I-bon fx D-129'-QC gg Q G-. Q2 ,,, gn cm:-cg 4,-l Q3 H v P "m K Q C :nov G2 5- maven .M Q 0 " " Q O 0 C0-w W Q 5 lo E 352 a :mega as O2 5' B- U 'IVE 0 .... m 5 5-4 In Q Q P v m 0 S G LI I N Q 43 'EL -Eh ig E M2 3 11:25 Q 3:1 25,2 Zi' 5+-2 w N "uni will .co cu U' Q .5 M .5 0 .2 S R QL Q hoc... U Q E15 5 9,4 N .,-. ...M .,.. .,.. 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A :1 E5 N R i SE Z 'DS 3 as O U1 W3 2 ie 2 5 M E 5 C I C w W 5 E 5 g 2 3 2 'cs f.. r- 'Q wg Q m W o iq 2 4 2 m Q E 5 an M .E S Q Q A O ka a 1 H - O g N 5 'Bu m ' 3 25 Q Q 5 U W 6 9 B H 5 OFSCJ E asv M vang .2 -5 I Sim Q2 , w Q n ' 'akin .Ea 2 ' o. 8 .H N... 'Q 1 A 23 m4 6 o ' ooooooooooo oooooooooooooo Page E i ghteeu 4- or mster Mi Q o O ii' Tra S l Expert 99K tist cal Engm ri Den Financia 'G 2 BJ an .E U E on .EE 'cz n. 1 Q TS. .- H: vc O +1" V13 Q4 C QA! ws ickens Ch He iskers 0 S9 onica D1 ar H 13 5-4 o ki Haircomb u S .29 4: 5 Lange B N 3 CTI u S GJ F-4 O O 2 E O F1 erick 3 'S E fu m 3 Beauty Specialist GSS sin in Bu U2 GJ U E cb I 73 O O M H 0 'H EE 9 :: GJ E .: bo :1 ns A an O S o Z -cv 0 H 15 E C O H M C -H .I w Q B H Q3 H A M M CJ om H 5 OO Prize ctor sical Instru A L 54-4 GJ F1 L.- 0 Ji N m III W GJ C Stop it u H Basketba ra 0 an S 'Cnc an So mm m m CD E .- rr :I CQ -4 GJ 4-I O ' P-I 933-1 in +3 .- U U 15' C N F. 44 41 'ua 1: .- .Q 43 Pa H GJ aw GJ 15 .. O I -. m w E Q M E Cap E Z O un N E O J: E4 uz U ..- P' E CQ V2 'E aa AD o DG S.. 5 .C 4-7 s-4 4 HH Ice M m m Q3 Q .- m 5 m M C ..- .r M. 3 93 you, a "What are Sodas Area Shepard Pane C S wise guy?" Marie Sonn Eyes Latin "Aw, say!" Friiddie Teacher Governess Marjorie Smith Forehead Studying "Oh, I did not!' Talking Missionary Movie Usher Bertha Van Doren f High Heels Typillg' "Oh, yes!" Writlllg Letters Secretary Manager of 1 A in Class Tea Room Dorothy Williams Quietness MOVIGS "Oh, Heaven Y" Mdklrl' Whoopee Business Sfewardess on Leviathan v-vo-O-wo-O-X15 SHADOWS + va llllislfory off fzlhe Class off A ARLY in September, 1925, the present lordly and dignified Seniors entered the High School as Freshmen. For all our nonchalance, we were, perhaps, a little doubtful of the recep- tion which would be accorded us. We had not long to wait, for on the hike, the first great event of our High School life, we were made to realize how utterly insignificant and worthless a Freshman is. Soon We elected the following class officers: President, Arthur Griffin, Vice-President, John Moore, Secretary, May King, Treasurer, Russell Purdy. The Hallowe'en party given by the Seniors and the dances given by the juniors and Sophomores were very enjoyable events. Then on April 23, occurred the greatest, most momentous, most de- lightful social affair of the season-that is, to our minds-the Freshman party. Since the party was to be the same night the parents were to visit the school, we knew that we might expect a large attendance and so must do our best to make our party a success. All agreed that we succeeded in our purpose. Of course, although it may not seem possible, we did study from time to time. At times Qfor instance, before examinationsj we studied consider- ably. Our dean this year and in our Sophomore year was Miss Helen Hosp, to whom great credit is due for her unceasing but vain efforts to make us a respectable, quiet class. Class Night and Graduation came and almost before we knew it our Freshman year was over. At the beginning of our Sophomore year, our thoughts turned with pleasure to the coming hike and initiation of Freshmen. We found this hke more enjoyable than the previous one. In due time we elected officers: William Fismer, president, Edwin Lewis, vice-president, John Moore, secretary, May King treasurer. This year we had an addition to the faculty, Miss Imogene Cook, instructor in mathematics. The Hallowe'en party given by the Seniors was, as always, an amusing and delightful affair. The next social event was the juniors' dance. Then We gave ours. This year we found it necessary to work a little harder. However, we did not let work interfere with our having a good time. Again Class Night and Graduation came and we realized that another year had rolled by, that we were nearer the coveted position of Seniors. We came back to start our Junior year, not so loath to return as one might suppose, for we had grown to love Verona High. Zi' + Page A mefeeu + + SHADOWS Our officers for this year Were: President, James McEwan, Vice-Presi- dent, VVilliam Fismer, Secretary-Treasurer, Marie Sonn. Mrs. Edith Bur- ton replaced Miss Grace Wilson as English teacher. Much to our surprise the hike went off very well without any assistance from us. The Hallowe'en party as usual was a great success. For the past two years we had been interested in the annual plays given by the juniors and Seniors. However, our only part in them had been to sell tickets. This year it was decided to give only one play, the cast of which was to be chosen from the whole school. Marie Sonn was a member of the cast of "Alice-Sit-By-TheFire" by Barrie, presented in the middle of December. At Christmas time, the class wrote and produced in Assembly a Christmas play. After a year of hard Work we were delighted but a little apprehensive as Class Night approached. We had the whole responsibility of Class Night on. our shoulders. It was at this time that we most appreciated Mrs. Prince, our dean in our Junior and Senior years. Without her we would have found it difiicult to make Class Night a success. This was the first time we received knocks individually. But, to compensate us, we knocked the Seniors. Now we are Seniors, but it is not unalloyed joy for we are sorry at the thought of soon leaving our beloved school. When we returned this year the addition to the school was completed. Its chief features are a well equipped cafeteria, manual training rooms, and a chemistry and physics laboratory. Naturally, these necessitated many new teachers. Miss Hopper, in charge of the cafeteria, had an assistant in Miss Claussen, Mr. Dwyer, manual training instructor, had Mr. Smith as an assistant, Mr. Renn had charge of the science, Miss Culbertson had taken Miss Batchelder's place as art teacher, and Miss Lynn was assisted in the ofiice by Miss Cussen. This year we elected the following officers: President, Arthur Roberts, Vice-President, John Moore 5 Secretary-Treasurer, Marie Sonn, Historian, May King. This year we gave the Hallowe'en party. We tried to live up to the high standard set by previous classes and believe we succeeded. The cast for the play this year was chosen from the Junior and Senior classes. "Our Mutual Friend" by Dickens, with six Seniors in the cast, was presented. The great, never to be forgotten, event of the year was our trip to Washington in April. Words fail to describe it. Quickly the days flew by to the end of our Senior year. M. K. '29. v+ + 1156 I'c'e11fy SHADOWS The Wvasllfiiiimglfoim Trip OR VVEEKS-in fact, months-before the great day arrived, the Seniors had discussed the Washington Trip from all angles, not even omitting the hope that they would be given good "eats," for we all know what a weakness the Seniors have for food. Time passed not too quickly to suit the impatient Seniors, but soon the day, and finally the hour arrived. 'We boarded the I :33 train at Newark and, after traversing the length of the train and then some, we were finally settled on our way to the "VVhite City." We passed the time away by playing cards and blowing up balloons and popping them. Two of our talented musicians gave selectiona on the harmonica and Jew's harp. The time passed all too soon and before We realized it, the train drew into the Pennsylvania Station at Washington. On our arrival a bus con- veyed us to our hotel. After dinner we visited the Library of Congress. It is the most elaborately adorned structure conceivable. Here we spent a delightful hour inspecting in the reading room the Declaration of Independence, the Con- stitution, newspapers from all over the United States, paintings, statues, and old coins. ' From there we returned to the hotel, and went to our rooms to pre- pare for bed. Once there, however, some of us changed our minds and decided to stay up all night, but in the Wee hours of the morning the sandman made a return trip, and soon we were all in the land of dreams. A few early risers the next morning took a stroll before breakfast but to most of us bed was more appealing. After breakfast we were conducted to the Bureau of Printing and En- graving, where we saw United States currency of all denominations, and stamps of all kinds. Following this we visited the Pan-American Building, with its unique structure, the Smithsonian Institute where we saw the flag that inspired the writing of our national anthem, the "state" gowns of the President's wives, the "Spirit of St. Louis," and various other things of great interest, the New National Museum the White House in all its splendor, and last, but not least, the Capitol itself. The afternoon was spent in touring the business and residentialvsections of Washington and in visiting the Arlington Cemetery, Amphitheatre, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and the Lincoln Memorial. In the evening we were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brown at the Fox Theatre, returning to the hotel ready to fall asleep standing on our feet. i Page Tu amy one Saturday morning arrived too soon for most of us, but, as it was our last day, we weg: anxiouslto see as much as possible in so short a time In the morning on our way to Mount Vernon we stopped in Alex-- andria, Virginia, where we visited the Carlyle House, the Washington-H Masonic Society-Headquarters, Christ Church, which Washington and hi-' family attended, and also the Old Presbyterian Meeting House. From there we proceeded to Mount Vernon, the home of George Washington. Here we spent a delightful hour inspecting the rooms and grounds of the mansion. After luncheon we had a few hours to ourselves before train time. "ii SHADOWS J Monument, others walked around the capitol grounds, still others visited the Washington Airport The time for our departure came all too soon, and we sadly bade farewell to Washington. The trip home was most pleasant and we passed away the time by playing cards and games, and talking. On our arrival in Newark the group broke up, each going to his own home to relate his version of the wonderful trip to many eager listeners. E. B. '29. These were spent in various ways. A few of us climbed the Washington Tliie Way Wire Are Not We're the V. H. S. Seniors- We don't lag or shirk. We're very efficient- Our middle name's "work . We study hard, just the way We ought, too. That's how we got here 5 Smashing through! D The Way We Are We're the V. H. S. Seniors- We're old at it now. - Somehow we got here, No one knows how. We don't do our lessons-BUT Some tlunk we do. lhat's how we got here- Bluffing through! Note Due to a mistake in printing, the above poems are headed by the wrong titles, OF LOURSF, they OUGHT to be just the oppositel A. R. '29, c . , N , OCOQOQOOOQOOOO 00000 1138 I willy-ffm wi'-,Xxx-5--Q-Q--. -Q s:-5-5-1:-iffy S H A D O XV S Eg--5-Q-C-0'-1P1'Pf'0ff'A f 94,-4 4,-.fp-a,4,- ,4,. ,J p-K 3712-571 1'K7'f?'5?'ff""ffl'f7'fx'Kf"f Q-Xyxb-42-fyg,N-xbQHxSx,N-5-QP4-lb 4b-gv-4y-1F-O-i,-CP-C'-4l'-CN4f-i74P-O-ir-O-QY-' ' ' Q-Q,-A+ Page Tfc'f11ry-fhre 'YI Y if Page Tn' Senior Class Will E, THE CLASS OF '29, of the town of Verona, County of Tunerville, State of Ignorance, Western Hemisphere, being of sound mind, memory, and understanding, do make, publish, and declare the following as and for, our last Will and Testament, that is to say: First, we give, devise, and bequeath to our Alma lVlater the locks for our lockers provided we get our dollar. Second, we give, devise, and bequeath to our superintendent, Mr. Brown, a soft bed to enable him to have a comfortable position while on night duty at Hotel Driscoll. Third, we give, devise, and bequeath to Mr. Crane one nice wig to cover his fast-developing bald spot. Fourth, we give, devise, and bequeath to our class dean, Mrs. Prince, a gallon of Cod Liver Oil to----need we say? Fifth, we give, devise, and bequeath to Miss Markham some turpen- tine and goose grease for future use in case of poison ivy. Sixth, we give, devise, and bequeath to Hiss Hosp a straight-jacket to hold her when the fire horn blows. Seventh, we give, devise, and bequeath to Mr. Wilkin some sleeping 'powder so he, too,'can sleep with the fourth year French class. Eighth, we give, devise, and bequeath to Mrs. Burton a false face-to use when she has her picture taken. Ninth, we give, devise, and bequeath to Miss Cook a purse to reim- burse her for what she has spent on giving parties this year. Tenth, we give, devise, and bequeath to Mr. Goeltz a new battery to help him start his car in the rain. Eleventh, we give, devise, and bequeath to Miss Beck a contract to teach maypole dances to the patients at Overbrook. Twelfth, we give, devise, and bequeath to Mr. Renn money to com- plete his correspondence course in dancing. Thirteenth, we give, devise, and bequeath to the Class of '30 the re- mains of our Class treasury. Fourteenth we give, devise, and bequeath to the Class of '31 a sash- weight to hang on the end of their nose. Fifteenth we give, devise, and bequeath to the Class of ,32 a map to find out their place. In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seal at our residence in the Whitehorne High School on this fourteenth day of june, Nineteen Hundred and Twenty-nine. ' SENIOR CLASS, '29 euiy-four U2 E 5 U O 2 CII +. 2-47-C-O' 2-4Yf2-1' 0-0- sHADows ix ' ALUMNI NOTES IN THE YEAR BOOK IN 1940 john Moore is doing well in the exporting business and is living in Brookline, IMassachusetts, a suburb of Boston. The Detroit Tigers seem to be headed for another pennant and "Tip" O'Neil still holds down the shortstop job against all comers. A card arrived from Florida the other day from Arthur Roberts, stating that he is in the hotel business and that the water is just fine. Crane Shepherd has just built a brand new house in East Orange so the tire business is still holding out. Edwin Lewis has just been appointed head coach of all athletics at Roselle Park High School. ,- Frederick Lange is still making teeth for "Verona's 400" or anyone else who needs them. William Bandel is now head teller in the Verona Trust Company. Lloyd Anderson is now a headliner in the movies but says television is taking away all the business. Marion Crawford is no longer somebody's "stenog" but is Mrs. R. T. Steele. May King teaches English and 'History in the Dunmore, Penn. High School. Marjorie Smith has just returned from Africa but expects to resume her missionary duties in a few months. William Fismer is an industrial engineer but finds time to run out- board motors in his spare time. - Bertha Van Doren is a court stenographer in the United States Circuit Court in Newark. ' Florence Genser is the author and composer of several new hits that everyone is whistling. Lee Hedden's Syncopators still play for dancing at the Roseland Ball- room. He has been offered an engagement abroad. Marie Sonn also teaches school in one of the Bloomfield junior High Schools. Ruth Ashe is married and lives in Washington, D. C. She finds that housekeeping isn,t what it is cracked up to be. George Bandel IS now a full fledged pilot and takes Uncle Sam's mail safely between New York and Boston Eileen Brown 15 the secretary of the Missouri Society with ofiices on Forty first Street james McEwan was an engineer on the new tunnel between Brooklyn and Staten Island Dorothy Williams is a confidential secretary to the state senator from Essex County Mildred Noback has forsaken the beauty culture business for matri- mony May she ever happy bel Arthur Griffin is on the managers stali at the National Broadcasting Company and sometimes to fill in does some announcing. B. G., '29. -' 2 i J A. Page T wemy- jvc 345 VX ap I, if ,-79.0.5 7-izfzll - ff,- . ,4g.,.4 ,. ,,.. 7155 2-K7-ffiz-5 1-ff-' 1- . ,zfk-524 515-4,-K f-'32-K X ,-49-.f ,-- ,4 ffff-f ,--'yfvfp-1 Q-off-9-ff-'f aff- 7-f'f-ff-' Q45-f-A-w ljzlyt' 'l'fzw1ly SHADOWS 52 uf, lf 9, 1 il, .x, V I 41 iq 1.1 2-12-f 1-fb-N 2-9-O V ,-fy-1 5.1 ,fp-4,-fu1,.fp.4 7-cp-1i,.fX . ' ,4,.4,.f 4. - F' 'N-xAK'4HQ-x'N-SQ-:X-FH -H ' ' -3,-Q -5.45.54 Bertha Van Doren SHADOWS Class ol 1929 ARTHUR ROBERTS President JOHN' MooRE Vice-Pifesident NIARIE SONN MAY-KING .Sewetary-Treasurei' Class H istoriaii Lloyd Anderson Ruth Ashe George Bandel William Bandel Eileen Brown Marion Crawford William Fismer Florence Genser Arthur Griflin Leroy Hedden May King Frederick Lange HARRIETTE PRIN Class Dean CE Edwin Lewis James Lofstrom James McEwan Jack Moore Mildred Noback Thomas O'Nei1 Arthur Roberts Sam Scola Crane Shephard Marjorie Smith Marie Sonn Dorothy VVil1iams Page Tzceziry-sezfef. SHADOWS + 1' Tfcwlly-sigh! QS-45-C-C -Q-QPSK Dv! +Q SHADOWS + Glass ol ll95fUJ l RANK HOFFMANN Vice-President David Anderson Alice Benson Dorothy Bonney Helen Bowling Roy Brower Christina Christiansen Kenneth Crudge Alfred Colardeau Helen De Camp John Dox Eldon Eearle June Fenton Thirza Fretchner George Frey Lillian Galasso Dorothy Haefling Donald Haight JOHN Dox President 121 JOSEPH XKYAN ORDEN S ecremry- Treasurer IMOGENE Coox i Class Dean Bertha Hodgson Frank Hoifmann Myles Jacob Bertha Jacobus Jean Kautzman John Lazar Edith Lent Helen Marsted Irvine Nloffatt Catherine O'Neil Miriam Roberts Kathleen Sandin Edith Schaffer William Slayback Muriel Tink Joseph Van Orden Charlotte Wheaton Dorothy Weingartner W l + Page Twenty-nin 2'-G50-4:-on-Q-xx--Q-Xxx-Q:-Q-Qfc V31 S H A D O VV S WW.AW,W...,.WW4 A 1 ?i1i.f..'A.. -.. -x-.3-. -:- X15-:X-6-:X-9-3--sir'-fxx-Q-V V1 V ' lilgr Tbirfy SHADOWS Glass oil ll95ll WILLIAM FRI-:EDMAN Presidenz BETTY SIMS MURIEL COLLINS Vzce-Premienl S ecremry-Treasurer MRS. EDITH BURTON - CHARLES RENN Marian Allard Astrid Anderson Dagmar Anderson Dorothy Bahr Arnold Benson Arthur Boughton Frances Brady Thomas Breese Edwin Briggs Salvador Camarata Otto Cannon Gertrude Carlson Ida Colardeau Agnes Colleary Muriel Collins George Cook Sidney Cook George Derwig Ednamae Donahue Virginia Dryden John Duffy Caroline Ecklyn Ann Fenton VVilliam Francis James Franklin William Freedman C lass Deans 00470 Miriam Frey Helen Gimson Rose Ginsberg Gustav Hallstrom Edwin Kautzman Walter Kiefer Arthur Krauss Marian Lewis Hazel Lofstrom Donald Maguire Alan Mac Naughton Jolaine May Eileen Moore Frank Moore George Mowry Leroy Parkhurst Helen Rodetsky David Roll David Sheppard Harold Shienbloom Betty Sims Nelson Smith Frank Tunstead Elmer Williams Walter Williams Margaret Zimmerman 1515 Page Thirty-on + AN-Q-Q-4p4p-qyxc-ww:-go-X SHADOWS -+ X X-QA' + f I I s ! g4-o-o-o-4vo-O-cX-o-4S4H-Q-v4v-c-4-4v-o-e-o-cHo-o4w-o-o-o O4HOxGO+ iN4H: -1-Q-cw-4 Hlgr Thirly-f1c'U + SHADOWS + ' . A Glass ol T952 VICTOR IDUFFYED. Vice-President . HEI.EN Alexander Ashe Dorothy Briggs Cherry Brown Dorothy Brown 'Walter Burcham Rita Burke William Busse Constance Carnazza Bertha Coad Marjorie Coad Elsie Coerper Ralph Cohen William Crabtree Ray Crawford Evelyn Cumming Muriel Davies Ida di Bella Lena di Bella Boyd Dickerson Kathryn Douglas Joseph Dox Victor Duffy Ellen Ellis Doris Farlinger Jean Fismer Elizabeth Frey John Gelhke Iris Hallett Margaret Harris Virginia Hassett Myrtle Hubers Margaret Jackson Dorothy Jacob Gladys Jawitz VVALTER BURCHAM President LENA di BELLA S ecremry- Treasurer Hosp - CLIFFORD VVILKIN ,Cl 5 Deans git . Ethel Johnson Marie Klee Fred Lahm Agnes L'AmoureauX Eleanor L'AmoureauX Henry Leu Hugh Lynn Mildred Lenz Flossie McCall Marjorie May Pera Marion ' Marian McEwan Geraldine McManamon Virginia Miller Raymond Noyes . Duane Oberg Lawrence Oberg Emma Oates Vera Oshevsky Theodore Ostrow Elsa Pilger Pauline Prahst Mary Rog Marian Rowland Doris Sims Lillian Smith Allen Talcott Gilbert Tobin Frances Wachman Sylvia Waimon Helen Ward Mary White Shirley Wilder Helen Zink 9000-Kb-C Page Thirty-thre fn S H A D O XV S I 7-'25, X I V -a The parent Teacher Association HE 1928-29 term of Parent-Teacher Meetings was opened on Thursday evening, October 1 1, 1928 at 7:30 o'clock as an Execu- tive board meeting by Mrs. McEwan, president. Regular meet- ings were held each month during December and thereafter, excepting Jan- uary which was omitted because of the prevalence of illness in Verona. The Treasurer reported a balance of 1532.80 to begin the year's work. The important business of this first meeting was the discussion of this association's joining with The State Association, and this step being decided upon, formal application was made by us, and at the November Meeting we were fully accredited members of the New jersey Congress of Parents and Teachers. In accordance with this step our previous secretary and parliamentarian, Mrs. Pilger, was asked to frame the constitution to cone- form with the State constitution, and several amendments were made to the by-laws. Ten cents per each enrolled member was sent by the Treasurer to the State Treasurer, and five cents per each to the National Treasurer. We are thereby entitled to all State and National Association benefits. Only paid members are eligible to vote. The Treasurer was directed to send two dollars to the County Treasurer for dues. It was decided to join with the Bloomfield Avenue Parent-Teacher Association in the purchase of card tables sometime during the year, said tables to be the property of both Associations and to be stored in the school. A cake sale was held in October increasing the balance in the treasury. The name of the Association Was changed to the Parent-Teacher As- sociation of the Henry B. Whitehorne High School of Verona, in accordance with the change in name of the high school. The death of the President of the School Board, Mr. William A. Smith, was generally mourned by all Verona, and in particular by this Association. A resolution was framed and a copy sent to the bereaved family with expressions of sympathy, and another copy inscribed in the minutes of the Association An award was offered by the Association for first place in the annual Public Speaking Contest. Marie Sonn received this award The November meeting on November 12 at 7:30 was in the form of a get-together dinner, served by Miss Hopper in the school cafeteria. M Wilkin was toastmaster. lVlr. Threlkeld of South Orange was a very able speaker. The dinner was excellent. Music was enjoyed by all under Mrs Corrigan's leadership and tokens of appreciation of the Association members were presented to Mr. Threlkeld and Miss Hopper during the evening The December meeting was a special meeting held jointly with all five Parent-Teacher Associations of Verona. Mrs. Clark of Upper Montclair, l'. QOOQOOOOQOOQOQ 099 1155 lhirfj'-fozn' + SHADOWS + county chairman, was present and spoke to us. Miss Charl Williams, Chair- man of Education in the National Association, addressed us on the subject, "Why We Need a Regular Department of Education in Washington with a Secretary in the President's Cabinet". Mrs. Harry Dryden as President of the Bloomfield Avenue P. T. A. gave a report on her trip to the convention at Atlantic City. The February meeting was in the form of a school session on February 18, at 7:30 in the evening. Regular classes were held and the parents were invited to inspect the work. This was followed by a short business meeting. A card party and dance was held under the auspices of the Association on March 15 for the benefit of the VVashington Trip fund. 5237.75 was realized from this party. A card party was given by the Scholarship Fund, assisted by all Parent-Teachers Associations oh April 12. A short Latin play was presented by members of the Senior and Junior classes at the March meeting. It proved very entertaining. Miss Littlefield of the Montclair Teacher's College, spoke of "The Teaching of Languages." Mr. Williamsof the College Student Council also urged more boys to embrace teaching as a life work. A benefit performance for the Scholarship Fund was given in the Verona Theatre on the evening of March 12. A vaudeville show was planned for May 10th. Mr. Roberts acted as chairman, assisted by Mrs. Burton, Mrs. Lange, Mr. McEwan and Mrs. DeCamp. At present Writing, that day has not come to pass, but the enter- tainment, with Mr. Hoffman as coach, promises to be good, and to make T1 satisfactory close to a busy and successful year for the Association. Respectfully submitted, MARIAN L. DRYDEN Recording Secretary. Opinions on the Annual tThe following testimonies, entirely unsolicited, speak for themselves. VVe are receiving hundreds of others like them daily. PRESIDENT HOOVER-ThE book possesses qualities deserving the ob- servation and respect of every worthy citizen. BERNARD SHAW-A book worthy of being Doctor Elliot's "Five-Foot Book-Shelf." LENINE-It tisky a rej markable bookovitch. THE PRINCE OF NVALES-It jolly well breaks the monotony of this tiresome journey-don't y' know. GHAND1-Entirely too frivolous. H. CRANE--It goes without saying that it is a book of remarkable high standing. A. CONAN DOYLE-A book worthy of being taken to the spirit world Washington rises from his grave to praise it. A. R. '29. A..o-QQ-0-4: o4vfNoooooo+w Page Tlurv fre - -- -Q ---- SHADOWS SOCCER TEAM iffy-1 fx BASEBALL TLQAQNI Q-O-O0-EH SHADOWS Q 0,9 I We . , do 3 V 1 ' 1 - W' 3 .3 0 lr SOCCKBJF' SCQSNOM 21928-11929 IJIRONA HIGH SCHOOUS soccer representatives established a good name for themselves during the soccer season just passed. They played nine games, most of them against Class A teams, all on the opponents' fields. They won three, tied three and lost three. Coach Cvoeltz deserves great credit for such a team. The season opened against Montclair, October 3, and the game was tied 1-1. The next game, October 8, found the team more organized but they lost by a last-minute goal to a strong East Orange team, 2-1. October 15 the Verona booters went to Barringer and won their first game 2-0. On the 18th, they travelled to Paterson and played the strong Central High of that city. The outcome was in doubt until Central scored in the last half and won, 1-0. On October 25, Kearney, a very much more experienced team, defeated Verona by 3-0. The next game was with Ridgewood on the 7th of November and Verona was victorious again 2-0. Montclair was played forthe second time on November 14, and this time there was nc doubt as to who was superior, Verona winning 3-1. Again on November 16, a rejuvenated Barringer team was met and the most exciting game of the year ensued. The final score was 2-2. On November 20, Central was played again. There was great rivalry between the teams and a fast game was the result. The score was 1-1 ending a most successful season. A Verona's goals were scored as follows: Captain Dox, 4-5 Lewis, 2, Lum, 2, Haight, 2, O'Neil, 1, Duffy, 1. Verona outscored her opponents by 12-1 1. ' Verona players received much credit from opposing coaches for their sportsmanship. The season was the most successful enjoyed by a Verona High Soccer squad. E. E. '30. 4,5-4?-C-C ' x Page Thnfv efeu wo-Q-Q + SHADOVVS V BASEBALL This is the first year that Verona High School has had an organized baseball team and it has made an excellent beginning for teams of the future to follow. .Through the generosity of the Board of Education, the team received a fine outlay of suits and an excellent variety of playing equipment. The team was considered quite strong and made a good showing against much larger schools. Though Captain O'Neil and some other valuable players will be lost, the chances of a successful team next year are very bright. F. H. '30. BASKETBALL The team which represented Verona High School on the basketball court last season was the most successful in the school's history, and, under the strategic supervision of "Doc" Goeltz and Captain O'N eil, won 16 of 18 games and reached the third round in the state tournament. The team successfully passed the first two obstacles on its schedule but struck a snag in its third opponent. This game was lost to Montclair by a heart-breaking score of 22-23. During the week that school was closed, the team stayed at Mr. Goeltz's camp at Mahopac Falls, N. Y., and met three New York State op- ponents during its visit. Verona was Victorious in all these encounters. The boys then kept Verona's colors on top in the rest of the scheduled games, however, the biggest thrill was in twice subduing our traditional rival, Caldwell High. They were beater by the scores of 42-36 and 27-26 in hard-fought, exciting games. Due to this glorious showing and almost spotless record, it was decided to enter the State Tournament. To show their appreciation, the Board of Education presented the team with maroon and white sweaters which they wore during the tournament. As our first opponent we ran into an old acquaintance, Caldwell High. After beating them for a third time we hop: they were convinced of their inferiority. Our next game was with Boonton. VVe won this by a close score. Ahead of us loomed the battle with Woodrow Wilson of VVeehawken for the sectional title. The game which was played at Union City was attended by about 400 Verona fans who hoped to see a victorious team. Verona surged ahead at the start but soon the game became a nip and tuck battle. At the end of the third quarter Woodrow Wilson went into the lead. During the final period Verona tried desperately to close the widening gap. However, the opponents could not be held and at the end of the game the score was 30-25 against Verona. We were thus eliminated from the tournament but went down gamely fighting. 54 . I :ge l'hirty-eighf ,TQ ,.z,..f,.f f-fz-ff-O- f-'f-ff-9-ff-fz-f?-4?-f 2-1,-4 ,1 K2-CP-411 'EH'ffzff-'Q-Q-'fff-f21,-f'z-7f-f'QJf-f2-O-Cf-fz-fz-fJ-O-fx-f2-4fff 16- 7-7-fr ,f- ,-ff1'f- rff-5 1-ff-1 1- .--94?-1 ,,4,.4,... cf: o-Q-f VETJLTDISY SI H. TT K V51 LL S Il A IJ 0 SHADOWS 4 As a token of its recognition of the team's value, the Chamber of Commerce presented gold basketballs to the members of Verona's "Wonder 4 Team."a Next year We will be faced with the loss of Captain "Tip" O'Nei1 but hope to develop another Winning team under the guidance of Coach Goeltz and Captain-elect, Donald Haight. Dec. 28 jan. 4. --- jan. 9 ---- jan. 14 --- Jan. 16 --- jan. 17 jan. 25 --- Feb. 1 --- Feb. 4 --- Feb. 7 --- Scheduled Games --- Verona 30 --- Verona 29 --- Verona 22 --- Verona 19 --- Verona 26 --- Verona 21 --- Verona 37 --- Verona 37 --- Verona 18 --- Verona 41 Feb. 9 --- --- Verona 42 Feb. 13 ---- --- Verona 40 Feb. 15 ---- --- Verona 23 Feb. 21 -- ------ Verona 47 Mar. 1 -- -------- Verona 27 Tournament Games Mar, 9 -4--------- ---- - , ---- Verona 32 Mar, 13 --,--- . ----------- -- Verona 26 NIM-.16 ----u-,----- -------- V erona 25 , .-- I Total --,,----- ----- V erona 542 I 9 0 Q . O - . ' ' iii F5071 I ?5ff11'4 o - V 112. 1 O .ln O , . O 0 9 0 0 Page Forty F. H. '3O. Alumni 1 5 Millburn 19 Montclair 23 Mt. Kisco 16 Peekskill M. A. 25 Mohigan 1 1 Millburn 17 Glen Ridge 35 Chatham 14 E. S. Paterson 19 Caldwell 36 Chatham 24 Montclair 21 Glen Ridge 28 Caldwell 26 Caldwell 21 Boonton 23 Woodrow Wil. 30 Opponents 404 ,.f,.f,,f7.a,-1,-1,-af,-17-z,-6,-cf4, 747-5 1-52 X-f f-C . 5+ 534-.A-,-- a a The Girlsi Aqfflulefpiic The first meeting of the Girls, Athletic Club was held October 17, l928. At this meeting the following officers were elected: President bday --..,f,.Q.,.Q f fs S H A D O VV S N1 ' t liing5 Yice-President, Nlarie Sonn5 Secretary, lidith Lentg Treasurer, Anne lfentong Recording Secretary, Nlarjorie Smith. A bulletin Was given to each girl which indicated the activities for the fall, winter and spring terms. This bulletin also explained elegibility re- quirements for points. On October 23, the officers of the club drafted the constitution. At .1 later date this constitution was ratified by all the members. The season of basketball proved very interesting, especially for the little lfreshmen. XVe really must begin to take notice of them as they came out on top, winning every game in which they participated. The baseball season then opened and a team from each class was selected. This sport proved to be almost as popular as basketball. A great deal of the progress We have made has been due to the splendid ability of bliss Beck, our new Athletic Instructor. Ii. I.. '30, sxso-es-5-Qxyexv-Q-c X o-oXwQ-0-ove-o-Qw-Qw-Vv-vxp-Qfo-xyeR,-V-w- -,-e-eww ljilgz' l"w'ly-ml , f L I :ga Ff11'fi'-rfw ,Qf,f-Q-ewX-.,:-x?-.g-,-..g--'---q--..-Q-C--5-.f -- - S H A D O W S .K2--ew-C-.,-c-v--e-Q-.o-:-..-Q-f-4-4,153 Vllqlhe Stftuiclleinf Conn eiil HR STUDENT COUNCIL consists of thirteen members representing the student body. At the first meeting which was held on October 9th, the following officers were elected: President, Arthur Roberts5 Vice-President, john DoX5 Secretary, lV1iriam Roberts. Some of the things that we have discussed during the year are conduct at school parties, sports, the publication of "Shadows," and the care of the lockers and school grounds. An invitation was received and accepted to attend the Student Council Conference which was held at the Hackensack High School. Five of our members attended, and we received many helpful suggestions which could be applied to our own organization. A XVe decided to have three committees, namely3 a Building and Grounds Committee, an Assemblytand a Lunch Committee. These organ- izations have proved very helpful during the past year. The school year 192929 has been a very active one for the Student l- Council, and the members wish to express their appreciation to the faculty and student body for their support. 4, M. R. '30, T N XA f .. .. C. .. f.. - N. - .. .. N-4 -fs-fs-4 -f-e..f-f--.x.f.. N .-X-X-Vlf m,g..N..5C M M fx-5 5-AG -. . . C Ati 6 HUSIQ K l ,A . l I. l . l l 1 l l K 7 ,7, Y 0 0 1 lhnufellioirine lllligli Selaooll Symphony l HROUGHOUT the past year, the High School Symphony, under the capable leadership of lVlrs. Corrigan, has had most enjoyable times and has accomplished creditable work. Every year we have been growing and have added players until we now have twenty-live members. Our repertoire contained many selections by well known composers. VVe have played for assemblies and other school functions. The high school feels that this organization is an indispensable asset for an ideal school. This year the following olicers were elected: President, Leroy Hed- den5 Secretary-Treasurer, Dorothy Brown. YVe regret that Nlrs. Corrigan will not be among our number next year but We wish to thank her for our enjoyable periods and extend our best wishes to her in the future. f ,B. V. '29. ?4g -G-xS,YLYXYN51'5'4?KfN'0C15'O'O-O-x'3wxw'3QX-O-XPvX-i7xC-y'P3- -7-XP5'-3"Q- Q "P-CF'-Ar' V - f' N- 5' f'O'O--5- EN-.ps-Q-Q-, 9- Pugrr I"urty-fhrcu S H A D O XV S EQXXQ.-Q-Q-QXXLQ-ox -Q-Q-X-5--:-4-ako-xp-Q-Q-'fQg f i 0 O O O O 0 O 0 O 0 O Qoooaooooooo ooooo oo : 9 O 0 ' i 9 9 0 O 9 0 0 0 9 0 0 lqflllviillfllfllff-Bffll G1T1I"llSy GREG Due to the large number of girls Who appointed Glee Club as their favorite indoor sport, a division of classes became necessary. Junior and Seniors decided to meet on Wediiesday, third period. The Freshmen and Sophomores chose Monday, third period, for their meeting. At the first meeting election of officers took place. The oHicers for the school year, 1928-29, were: President, Marion Crawford, Vice-President, Helen Marsted, Secretary, Miriam Roberts. During the past year, under the experienced leadership of Mrs. Cor-- rigan, the Glee Club has sung in concert form. One of the most important, as Well as entertaining, events of the year Was the Christmas carolling by the entire organization of Glee Clubs, in- cluding boys and girls. The next public performance Was the rendering of two selections for the Rotary Club in assembly. And last, but not least, was thehevening performance at the Public Speaking Contest. Although We did not have the annual operetta this year, which in the past has proven very, successful, and as this is Mrs. Corrigan's last year here, We Wish to thank her for her loyal, entertaining and enjoyable help to us all. M. R. ,3O. +4 Q-0-o-oefe f f -- ' Page I"rn'ty-four +N-O-owxows-Q + SHADOWS Boys, Glee Soon after the opening of school the Boys' Glee Club became organized for the 1928-29 term. Due to the increased size of the Glee Club it was found necessary to divide it into two groups, one which met on Friday, and a larger division meeting on Thursday. In the Thursday group, composed of upper classmen, Thomas O'Neil Was elected president, and Irving Moffatt, secretary. In the other section the orlicers Were, Fred Lange, president, and Donald McGuire, secretary. The first public appearance of the Clee Club Was made by the upper classmen division, which sang at a meeting of the Verona Rotary Club at Crossways. Our program was heartily applauded and after it Mr. Carl Heller gave a talk telling of his experience in musical training and en- couraging us in our Work. Soon the Christmas season approached and with it our annual carol singing tour whfch proved to be a success. At our next appearance the entire group sang at the evening session of High School, and following this We sang at the Public Speaking Contest. 'We are grieved to learn that this is the last year We will be under Nlrs. Corrigan's leadership, but must thank her for the patience and per, severence she has shown us during the last four years. I. M. '30. E154-45-1 ?x'NKP-bikib-O-5 WOO-O ' x N4?'O-xl-Q,-X,-Ox, +I Page Iwnly Hu +4 SHADOWS it .QW 32 .ii Arif., r .155 nfl? l lil. R im wtimii ll ll ll HH l f "OUR MUTUAL FRIEND" C N the evening of Friday, December seventh, the annual Verona 5 High School play was presented. The name of this year's play was "Our Mutual Friend," one of Dicken's novels dramatized by Harriette Shattuck. John Harmon's father disinherited his son and made Mr. and Mrs. Boffin, his servants, his heirs. The son, after concealing his whereabouts for years, secured employment under the name of John Rokesmith as Mr. BoHin's secretary, who styled him "Our Mutual Friend? During his secretaryship he boarded at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfer who had two daughters, Belle and Lavvy. ln time Rokesmith Was recognized by Mr. Bofhn who graciously turned his estate back to him. Rokesmith married one of his landlady's daughters, Bella, and Lavvy the other daughter married George Sampson, her lover. After the play there was dancing, the music for which was furnished by the Westbrook Society Orchestra. Mrs. Prince assumed the business responsibility of the play and proper- ties were taken care of by Miss Cook. Due to the competent coaching of Miss Hosp the play was made a great success. O42J e FUi'f1' -.fix S H A D O XV S QQHQK1-Q-Q-Q4-0-0-wo-Q-dwwwwfxwc-A X Q-O-4 ,-1 ,45-.f ' 1-C ' f Nf+'fJf-f Qamst MR. VVILFFR MRS. XVILFER ee IAVVY BELLA e e ROKHSMITH MR. BOFIFIN MRS. BOI9lf'IN CQBORGIQ SAMPSON ee C966 Crane Shephard IQHCCII Brown I,eonm':1 Smith Niuy King Arthur Roberts l"rzmk Hotftnwzm Nlildred Nwlmck Sum Scolzl M .5. ' Absence makes the heart grqw fender, So they always sz1y5 '1'hz1t,s Why We love our teachers hetter The day they stay away. y.5-g.. 5.5-5..5.5Q,4x.g..5.15.45..Xx..xx.f9..5.. 5.15. xxnxy .. .. -- A. R. 3 N-Nkwowe-e-QQ-Q-Q-Q-Q-CMJ-XE S H A D O VV S 'FPYRAM US AND THISBFF' Soon after Christmas vacation, the junior-Senior Latin class, under the direction of lVIrs. Burton, presented 'Tyramus and Thisbev from Ovid, for an assembly program. Marie Sonn took the part of Thisbe, Charlotte VVheaton, that of Pyramus, Eldon Earle, that of the lion, and Bertha Hodgson, that of the statue. The lines Were spoken in Latin, which seemed to amuse the audience. The play Was so well received, that it was repeated at one of the ParenteTeacher meetings, and again for the Latin Club of the lV1ontclair State Teachers' College. C. M. VV. '30, C596 1 , She Was only a Scotchman s daughter so she always held them tight. VVhen there's nothing more to be done some man does it, XVhen there's nothing more to be said some Woman says it. I never believe a girlls promise of a kiss until I get it from her own lips. 5-5, 5,4 -45-. -- g-' -.Q-.Q -. -q-J-3--5-Qxg-Q-3-Q-4,-Xgy-0-470.1 J V V ffqp-QS-Q7-evo-O-4r47-X -Qexb-O-QVC gl' f'if1l'l.V-1'fR.Q0f j V iaiwe I snADows 543' if + veil' ff'-,ss ' , k ' 50ClA .,, tiff SCIIOOL l1lKE was held the first week in October and the destination was, as usual, the Hemlocks in Caldwell. This was the first of the season's activities and is especially well rememe- bered by the,Freshmen. VVith what joy did they anticipate the event and with what happiness do they now remember their first school hike and, ini- cidentally, their initiation! After arriving at the Hemlocks the boys played football and the girls played baseball until sundown, when the "inner mann could no longer remain unanswered. Then the Freshmen boys were coaxed to bring in wood for the fire, and all with one accord began to eat. VVhen their hunger was somewhat appeased, the students formed a circle about the tire and the fun began! The worthy Sophomores initiated the Freshmen. Alumni and members of the school are familiar with this practice. But for those who are not familiar with the idea ofa school initiation, we recommend an interview with one of the Freshmen who can undoubtedly furnish the necessary information! THE HALLO'WF,'1+IN PARTY Late in October, the Seniors held a Hallowe'en Party in the High School Auditorium. The faculty and members of the school were invited to come in costume. Prizes were awarded for the prettiest, funniest and most original costumes. Dorothy jacob, who came dressed as an old-fashioned girl, won the prize for the prettiest. lidwin Kautzmer who was dressed in towels to represent "Saturday Night Rain or Shinev Won the prize for the funniest. Miss Lynn and Miss Heck, attired as clothes-poles, with Wash on the line, were awarded the prize for the most original costume. Mr. Goetlz, costumed as a shiek, was master of ceremonies. Amid cornstalks and brilliant costumes, all made merry and departed thanking the Seniors for a very enjoyable evening. 'HO-QPOQ4 P xD-x5-xP1?-Qt'-V-xywf-x,-wt P-4 P-QR P-ir-Cfx S4 P4 - ' A Pizgc I' nli mm SHADOWS SOPHOMORE PARTY In honor of our very successful basketball team, the Sophomores gave a party, early in March. A few games were played, after which the Racket- eers provided music for dancing. Later in the evening, the members of the team and the cheer-leaders were awarded letters. Refreshments con- sisted of punch and cup-cakes, but for the team, there was a special cake on which the names of the members of the team, Coach Goeltz and Mr. Wilkin were written. The party was a huge success-thanks to the Sopho- mores. PUBLIC SPEAKING CONTEST The annual public speaking contest was held Friday evening, April 19th. The following seven pupils were the contestants and were coached by Miss Helen Hosp: Marie Sonn, Ruth Ashe, Charlotte Wheaton, Muriel Collins, George Derwig, VVilliam Busse and Hugh Lynn. Marie Sonn won the first prize of ten dollars, Ruth Ashe, the second prize of five dollars, and Charlotte Wheaton, honorable mention. The High School Glee Clubs and Orchestra, directed by Mrs. Corrigan offered selections between the recitations. V C. M. VV. '3O. THIS WAY OUT About fifteen students took advantage of the opportunity to see the annual musical comedy presented by the Mask and Wig Club of the University of Pennsylvania The party was accompanied by Mrs. Noback, Mrs Lewis and Mr and Mrs McEwan. The name of the play was "This Way Out," and was given Saturday, April 27th at the Metropolitan Opera House This is the 49th annual production which the club has given. 'The parts were all taken by boys, in fact, about thirty of them appeared as girls. were probably lured by the foot lights of Broadway which they felt it their dug' to investigate However, the group arrived home safely, and who shall say whether they were not the wiser for their afternoon's ad- ventures? J. V. O. '30. O-QD-Sf On the return trip, only a few came on the same bus. The others I ,ge F1 ly SHADOWS THE FRESHMAN PARTY The Freshmen entertained the school on May 17th. A playlet entitled, "Courtigg Under Difiicultiesn was presented. Surely the audience en-- countered no difiiculties when it came to laughing! Bill Camarata's orchestra was on hand to provide the music for dancing. Novelty dances were features of the evening entertainment. The refreshments were cake and punch. Judging from their first party, the class of "32" can be counted on to give the school a good time when it comes their turn again. C. M. W. '30. l WLEST WE FORGET" "Please don't fool with the Plumbing"--Mr. Renn. "Pm coming," rest, "Pm coming," rest. Miss Cook's Quick Lunch--period 3. The rush to the Cafeteria. Pyramus and Thisbe. Mr. Renn's white rats. The "Age of Darkness" at the Shanley Gym. Joe's Ford. Mrs. Corrigan's love for Freshmen. The Schaeffer method of resuscitation. Drawings in Plane Geometry Class. Marjorie Smith's Poker Party. Mr. Wilkin's dancing class for Soph Girls. Girl's locker room after Caldwell game. i Tip robbing the Cradle. Q Moffatt's ears. "Laugh! I thought Pd die." Jew's Harp quartet. Water lights in Physics Room. Freddie Lange stooping to conquer in Washington. Oh, I know the ways of the trafiic-cop, But not the Ways of Sue, When her eyes say go and her lips say stop, What is a fellow to do? J. M. F. Q-o-o-0 3+ Page F iffy-011: 0 I . SHADOVVS REO" 0 2 y S t Q fl J: Q5 i I l le f - , l f l Q n. , fp l" S ' X 3 i if ' ' ' ' if , T l Q f l x I T W X , . 9 I Mr. Renn Cin cafeterial "l'll take pork chops and have them lean." I Miss Hopper: "Yes sir, to the right or left?" E Hoffy: "What do you think of the Freshman class?" , Bill Fr.: 'fl try not to think, Pm too easily frightened." 0 I Mrs. Prince tin civicsl: f'What privileges do churches have which I other institutions don't have?" , Henry Leu: "They can stay open on Sundays." 9 I Mr. Renn: "When water becomes ice what is the greatest change that I takes place?" n ' Hugh Lynn: "The change in price." Q I Miss Cook: "If George had five cents and found ten cents what would I he have?" , I Jim Fr. "Good luck." 9 9 ' HOVV TO GET THE BEST RESULTS 0 0 I Always try to be a little tardy for each class5 this delays the work and Q puts the teacher in the best of humor. I 'f Don't bother about doing home work. The teacher only gives it for ' those who like to do it. I Don't be selfish and take all the high marks away from the other ' fellow. Give him a chance to sleep in class as you have done. V I When a member of the faculty lectures you for ringing the fire bell, Q or some similar offense, smile and pat him playfully on the back to show him I that you take it in the right spirit. ' When you take a test ask the teacher for a loan of her knowledge I she will be glad to give it to you. , I If you are hungry or in a hurry noontime, go right up to the head of Q the line. Those in line think it's a good joke. I If you follow these instructions I guarantee that you will get a diploma ' in nine years or possibly eight and one-half. I A. R. '29. 9 . 9 Egg. 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I is for It, which Freshmen so lack. ,Vs for juniors who lead the whole pack. K is for Krauss, his red locks are not dyed. L is for Lewis who never has lied. M is for Miriam, she always can talk. N is for Noback who'd rather not walk. O's for O'Neil, who's quite an athlete. P is for Parkey who makes our steam heat. Q's for Questions we're unable to answer. R's for Art Roberts, an accomplished toe dancer. S is for Slayback, so rarely the goat. T is for Thirza, a blonde, you will note. U's for the Unknown who'll always behave. V's for Van Orden, in need of a shave. W,s for Weinie, who makes us all wait. X the excuses for being so late. Y is for Youth which none of us lack. Z's for the Zeros, always on our track. GRAM MAR You see a pretty girl walking down the street, If she has silk stockings on, she is feminine. If she is singular you become nominativeg You walk across to her, changing to verbal. If she s not ob Jective you become plural, You walk home together her mother is accusative. You become imperative I. M. '30 Y ou go in and sit down her little brother is an indefinite article x ,N . . - You talk of the future-she becomes the object. Page Fifty four Y ou kiss her she becomes masculine. Her father lb present Things are tense And you are a past participle A. R. '29 for S H A D O W S WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF- T he Faculty gave us a "break" for a change? The Freshmen "grew upn? The team kept their gold basketballs? Anderson's car hit on four cylinders? Mr. Wilkin corrected his tests ahead of time? Eldon Earle stopped growing? The orchestra found the "Lost Chord"? Arthur Boughton didn't make a face when he played? Miss Markham passed everybody? Kitty didn't wear high heels? Anne stopped talking? Some of the girls really let their hair grow? Charlie wore a No. 6 shoe to school? The Chemistry class made something that didn't smell bad? Miriam didn't bluff in French? Joe's Ford ran for a whole week? Noback shot her Cannon? Mr. Crane came to school without a tie? Joe Van Orden got a shave? Frank Hoffmann became serious? ' H. M. '30. Mr. Wilkin: "VVhy are you so late?" Anne F.: "Well a sign down here .... " Mr. Wilkin: "Well, what has a sign got to do with it?" Anne F.: "The sign said: 'School ahead, go slow.' " Mr. Crane: "lt's snowing and sleeting and I'd like to buy some chains my car. Storekeeper: "Pm sorry-we only keep groceries." Mr. Crane: "How annoying5 I understood this was a chain store." V Pdgr Fifly-.fiw xx SHADOVVS +..........-.. " AUTUGRAPHS 6 .7v'6Q,.j2 5Q' E M, mmf. Q f4A,6,,Q'3f' '3 E V0l ic,fCrL5,"!ff4jf j h, j 'K'Q," .UJBNEHAH Lf"ff'l 'B "CL" if fC Q !3"KkAlhfL Wff AQ, Mfwa Ofv-an-,Qu 777f'f7 VC.-.wc may JL M7 24 1411 0 if 'gqf041f !314Jf 302, 'Q-waW.4Q,6+f+g'59-' :fl 99 ' Chzwfpdwww N 9109 KQQZW ,zz ,.,,31?Lwl7 . 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VVe also Wish to thank the members of the Board of Education for the interest they have shown in us and our activities throughout this year. SHADOWS STAFF, '29 5 I O O 9 6 6 O O 0 Q . 0 9 6 O 0 : coco oooo o oooooooooooooo lmga Ffffy-afgm :gf SHADOWS 7 E' .i ig "M ...1- '+ : if - , 1:- ' 'il 'Q ll I ' ' 1 - 1"' ' - xx -9- ,Q . 4, , ' - 5' 4916 ' fiim' H -. " h biz . -1- I if .... .-' Mk Affjif N 734 Q + Page Ififty-uiff vYO-O- vl BANK AT I-IGME ADVICE---SERVICE---SAFETY EVERY BANKING FACILITY AFFURDED Cv is Q w Q " ' fsj X! f ,v VERONA TRUST COMPANY FRIENDLY, CONFIDENTIAL BANKING SERVICE Q-045-gig N+KwwQwxwQcww4xxwXig S H A D O VV S + KLDYXTQJJI AMERICAN BRONZE POWDER MANUFACTURING- CO. Verona, New Jersey Established 1876 16512515-JI ing factors which we endeavor to fulfill. FOR D. L. 81 W. SCRANTON COAL OLD COMPANYS LEHIGH Phone Verona 5460 W P Johnson 8: Son, Inc. VERONA N. J. To assist our customers with their heating difficulties we have been instituted in our business a Vacuum Cleaning Service for heaters. O 0 6 O 0 0 6 O O 6 O O 9 O O 6 0 0 0 O 0 O 6 0 O 9 O 9 0 9 6 I ifo- 9 I Clean Coal and Prompt and Courteous Service are two main outstand- Q . O O O 6 O 6 9 O I or O 0 O 6 0 O O O O ' 0 0 9 O 1 9 0 O 6 . - 0 6 O W 'RPG-O-9 Ah Page Sixfy-011 SHADOWS 4 29: Telephone Verona 5501 5502 CHAS. BA1-In ca soN,1nc. 4 Lumber, Coal, and Mas0n,s H Materials DURRELL STREET, VERONA NEW JERSEY 74 - A J. Rodand Teed Q D. D. S. Y 'ly-If - s H A D 0 W s Compliments of JOHN H. SCOTT COUNTY CLERK Vv Compliments of A. B. CRAWFORD W. P. BARTER A. E. DeCAMP 4PO-GO 5? 2' rf-' ,I Telephone X-+3500-o-0 Pukgr Sixfy-folzf' SHADOWS 4 Estimat G 9 FRED K W. NOBACK Mason and Builder GENERAL CONTRACTOR 44 Elmwood Road - 'ELE EDWARD 'MADISON + COMPANY BCDKS ' S'1'15Zl'IONERY' AIIFVVARES ' CAMERAS 0 ARTISTIC ' FRAMING UPRINTING ' 42? 4-29 'BLCDMI"IEIDM'MON'I'CLAIR' N 'J SHADOWS JOHN DI BELLA General Contractor Concrete Sidewalks, Foundations, Driveways, Excavations, Etc. 115 BLOOMFIELD AVE., VERONA, N. J. Telephone S619 gil x Compliments. of ANTHONY M. SICA 266 BLOOMFIELD AVENUE VERONA, N. J. Member Chamber of Commerce O6-O-O-O-O-O-O ROBERT R. DUNN B UILDER VERONA,N.J. Verona S31 l A. SHIENBLOOM General Dry Goods 374 BLOOMFIELD AVE. VERONA, N. J. Q'-. Page S ixfy-jim' + VSHADOWS Telephone Verona 2018 WILLIAM J. TATE, Inc. Real Estate and Insurance 268 Bloomfield Avenue Verona, New Jersey GEO. O. VAN ORDEN, Jr. Carpenter and Builder 16 Woodland Avenue Verona, N. J. Telephone Verona 4382 V+ Page S ixly-Jix Cleaning and Dyeing MOFFATT 8L BROOKWELL Inc. 326 Bloomfield Avenue Montclair, N. J. Telephone Montclair 6869 Telephones 6490 Mulberr 6491 Y 6492 SEITHER 8: ELLIS INCORPORATED Factory Supplies, Hardware, Metals Pipe Valves Fittings 313 HALSEY STREET NEWARK, N. J. J-r E-of THE CRAWFORD SHOP FOR MEN s. M. CRAWFORD, mp. "Manhattan" Shirts, Dress Shirts, Underwear and Pajamas "Reis" Underwear, Gloves, Neckwear, Hosiery, Suspenders, Garters, Belts, Handkerchiefs, Caps, Etc. 386 Bloomfield Avenue Phone, Verona 5078 ARTHUR H. BROUGHTON D. D. S. .. we-o-Q-4-oo-cz-o-o-X32 SHADOWS + STEPHEN BERGDAL R E A L T O R 210 BLOOMFIELD AVENUE Phone Verona 10300 Have You Paid a Visit to WAYLAND This Year? 42 Established 18 80 HENRY BECKER 8: SONS Inc. EXCLUSIVELY GRADE A DAIRY PRODUCTS General Route Sales Office 5183 South Jefferson Street Orange, N. J. Phones orange 597-2844 Main Office at Farms Street Roseland, N. J. Phones Caldwell 37--350 Q6 OO Page Sixly-:ere 0 6 O 6 6 O O 6 O O 0 O 0 O O 0 O 9 6 O 9 9 9 6 O 9 0 O +4 Q 6 6 O 6 0 0 0 O DAVID H. SLAYBACK +4 SHADOVVS zzzfzlle Ky Jeffey Czfy N J MANN ING ASSOCIATES Compliments of Accountants and Audltors Tax Consultants 62 PERSONETTE AVENUE Verona, N J lelfjrb uc lezruz 870: + 'YQ 6 6 O 0 O 9 0 O 0 6 0 O O O 6 0 O I 3' Page Sixty'-eight JOHN H. DEMAREST -:V Telephone Mltthdl 5336 , The Complzments of H. A. GREENE COMPANY Sporting Goods Camp Outfitters D, D, S, fjfifidl A fblctic Outjifrerf of Verona Hzglz School 88 Halsey Street Newark, N. J. + 000000000 0000000 FE New York Cify' ATE1'l'clI'k, N. .l. Lo lv" , ' D' "Q, . . . . H f . f U ' '1 1 + P I O-O-f V ' +ve-cyo-exe-o-QS-o-0-:A '- V152 SHADOVVS + VERONA THEATRE Verona, N. J. The Verona Theatre is a pleasant place to idle away a couple 'of eve- nings each week during the warm weather. We are always booking the best Pictures we can for the Public's benefitg we have also installed sound, readjusted the seats and made numerous other improve- ments. So help us put it over big this summer. 'W '+- Everything in the ,Line of Sport JACOBSEN'S SPORT SHOP Athletic Wear Amunition and Fishing Tackle Tennis Rackets Restrung Films Developed--24 Hour Service 596 Bloomfield Ave., Montclair, N. J. Telephone 4726 Brazzclzz 236 Main Street Orange, N. J. Telephone 9165 A x Quality A KI me ' TAYLOR'S DAIRY GRADE A MILK AND CREAM Raw-Pusteurized Try our Special Guernsey and Jersey MILK Cedar Grove New Jersey Phone Verona S975-5427-R XT www FLORAL ARTISTS AT YOUR SERVICE 201 Bellevue Avenue Upper Montclair Phone 1500 416-418 Bloomfield Avenue Montclair Phones 6350-6351 ,:., . is l"11gc Sixty-llim' HENRY J WEINGARTNER Plumbmg and Heatmg A Compliments' of 503 BLOOMFIELD AVE ADVERTISING MANAGER VERONA N. J. DONALD E. HAIGHT Phone S236 9 O O O 0 9 0 0 + +g . . 0 0 0 0 9 9 0 . HOFFMANN PLUMBING I COMPANY Z 9 LAKEVIEW PLACE Compliments of 0 3Yovoo4SQ0Qxwx Awog+E SHADOVVS o 0 nz 0 DQ Q O O 0 0 9 O 0 Q U O 0 . . 0 O 0 O 9 . 0 0 O J O Q , O O V VERONA, N- J- THE VICTORIOUS FIVE No Job too Big No Job too Small O'NEIL our Plumbing Shop on Wheels Will HAIGHT DOX Save You Money. Our 'System is the FREEDMAN BROWER Best and Cheapest for You. We Dorf! C0 Bank for Tool: or Material kg A 3 -cf4f-cf-cf-Q-4,-4f 4,-3,-f Page Seventy S H A D O XV S xxNQQv++xKswMooo+W if 2 DONALD c.NoRrr1 Inc? I - ! if JAMES DEMAREST Real Estate 10 SOUTH PROSPECT STREET VERONA, N. J. Phone Verona 5375-R oe. Q QQ. ooooooooo so oooooooooooooo Q Q. Q24-L All Graduates of this school are eligible foradmission to Pacelnstitute -a nationally known and distinctive professional school of technical trainingin Business Administration Accountancy Secretarial Practise Classes for beginners at Pace Institute prepare high-school graduates for imme- diate earnings. Many Pace graduates are now treasurers and controllers of large corporations-others are in successful accountancy practise. Field trips to the oflices and plants of the largest organizations in New York City are conducted especially for day students in the Accountancy School and for day students in the Secretarial School. Students and Parents are invited to confer with the Registrar. all Get Wise-Use Our Supplies WM. Al'PLlCGA'I'l'I, lf,-Up. VERONA TIRE, TUBE 8: ACCESSORIES EXCHANGE CVUTIIB and Cer Om' Pfiftif 522 Bloomfield Ave., Verona, N. J. FAIRVIEW SERVICE STATION AL KOLB, P,-Up. Gas - Oil - Accessories Battery Charging - Tire Repairing Day School - '- Evening School ' 508Bl fildA.,V ,N.. Pace lnstltute mm e ve e""'a J 225 Broadway New York Phone 1525 its 'NQK5-45-0-OK7'e?QX"f7x 545-45-KN' 5-9'C5'5'xX45'G-TX' f-C- I'-, -Q - Page Seventy K+? SHADOWS Phone Verona 5521 VERONA AND CALDWELL, N. J. JAMES G. GEMMELL 8: SONS CLEANERS 81 DYERS Spotless Cleaning, Permanent Dyeing Tailored Pressing 494 BLOOMFIELD AVE. Compliments of DR. F. C. BUGBEE Phone 5533 ' W. BARNETTE SMITH Real Estate VERONA INSURANCE AGENCY The VV07'lf!,.f Twelve Best Compania: 441 Bloomfield Ave. Verona, N. J. Phone Verona S500 H. J. SHERIDAN HARDWARE Paints 8a Oils-House Furnishings 461 Bloomfield Ave. Verona, N. J. ' 5 Page Sefwziy-ffco Compliments of OSOFSKY AND FEIGIN UNITED CIGAR STORE OF VERONA Paul Richter First Class BREAD and CAKE BAKERY Birthday mul Weflzliug Cakex 41 Sf76I'ldll'jl 384 Bloomfield Ave. Verona, N. .I Correct Hair Cutting in All Styles - Individual Bobbing - LAKESIDE BARBERS 378 Bloomfield Ave. Verona, N. J frfhcatrc Buildingj We Are Leaflerf in the Pmfesxiozz Telephone 5644 J. J. CARDELL VERONA SERVICE STATION AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES TIRES AND TUBES BA TTERIES RECHARGED 211 Bloomfield Ave. Verona, N. J. , Nt D-'+ PO-slr yifif-xy-Q7-f '-2?-C5-1' . 4 1 45 SHADOWS + o-0-0-0-o-0-4y4f Verona Cedar Grove CHARLES A KORTE Sufrefxoz 10 Slltblfd Ire Compwx WHOLESALE ICE RETAIL 10 Montrose Avenue Verona N J Phone 5402 icrona Ielcphonc 5444 C dx Calle! or and Delzzefel H GERBER Ladzes and Gents Tailor and Pressing 465 Bloomfield Avenue Verona N J Phon leronz S491 LIARINCI- BRLNN15 VERONA GARAGE Expert Automobile Repazrm IN ALL ITS BRANLHI s Generator and Starter Service 349 Bloomfield Ave Verona N J Arthur Vermeire s CIVIC CENTER MARKET Quality Meats Poultry Fish Butter and Eggs Kept Fresh with Frigidaire Phone Verona S484 Q 4 , Q 0 Q 4 If . - 1-V I 1 V I 'I 9 9 ' ' 7 100 , ' 1 f ' ." ' r I C Q Q I Cleaning-Repairing-Dyeing , . . v c '- 1 1 , Q 1 ' R N 2 L ,. I 1 1, , . u ' 9 9 Q , 5 Phone 6244 VERONA BOOT SHOP 454 BLOOMFIELD AVENUE VERONA, N. J. WM. M. DAVENPORT Choice Meats- Vegetables HE1'Sh,S White Label Canned Goods 420 BLOOMFIELD AVE., Phone Verona S34-l S. LEONE SHOIC RICPAIRING, REBUILDING AND SHOE SHINING 440 Bloomfield Ave., Verona, N. J. 5 VERONA MARKET Prime Meats-Poultry Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables 469 Bloomfield Ave. Phone 5481 Page S6f'tZl1f4' M SHADOWS DAVID H. BURD GENERAL JOBBING 116 Claremont Avenue Verona, N. J. Phone Verona 54-85-M Compliments of S. S. KRESGE RED FRONT STORE Sc, IOC and 25C Montclair, N. J. SANTY MESSINA SHOES REPAIRED Hand Sewed SHOES SHINED 467 Bloomfield Ave., Verona, N. J. Phone Verona 7621 We Deliver Free V E R O N A SAFE-WAY MARKET FRESH FRUITS 8: VEGETABLES DAILY 208 Bloomfield Ave. Verona, N. J. + Page Se':'e11fy-four Compliments of ROSALIE SODA SHOPPE ALBERT H. BRADY Landscaping and Tree Surgery 227 Bloomfield Avenue Verona, N. J. JOHN'S MEAT MARKET PRIME MEATS, POULTRY, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 264 Bloomfield Ave. Verona, N. J. Phone Verona 10282 EDWARD C. SCHMIDS Popular Hardware and House Furnishing Goods Store 263 Bloomfield Ave. Verona, N. J. A I SHADOWS + Phone 9836 KRASNER'S Delicatessen and Confectionary WIC SELL BRFYER,S ICE CREAM also SOFT DRINKS AND HOME MADIC SALADS 330 Bloomfield Ave. Verona, N. J. Telephone 9322 Verona DEMPSEY MOTOR COMPANY Authorized Dealer: in F 0 R D TH IC UNIVERSAL CAR Carr, Trucks, Tractors, Part: and Service Bloomfield and Claremont Aves. Verona, N. J. 5 Phone 10267 VERONA WASHING COMPANY DAMP WASH, ROUGH DRY AND FLATWORK OAKCREST AVENUE VERONA, N. J. Phone Verona 5426 THOS. E. LEAVITT High Grade Auto Painting Finish with Tokiol Varnish New High Gloss Finish 7 CHURCH STREET VERONA, N. J. + Telephone Verona 5593 B. FREEDMAN VERONA'S DICLICATICSSICN AND CONFECTIONARY STORIC Bread and Pastry 452 BLOOMFIELD AVENUE Phone Verona 7846 UPHOLSTERY CABINET WORK FRED DUCKRAU 311 Bloomfield Ave. Verona, N. J. Restoration of Antique Furniture MODERATE PRICES Tcl. Verona S592 Compliment: of JOSEPH TUCCI Sanitary Barber Shop 384 BLOOMFIELD AVENUE Ladies' and Childrenls I-Iaircutting and Bobbing a Specialty ELECTRIC MASSAGE Verona 10470 Compliments of C. J. PICARELL ICE CREAM PARLOR Also Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco, Candy, School Supplies, Toys, Newspapers, and Magazines. Razor Blades Headquarters 442 Bloomfield Ave., Verona, N. J. 7,15 Page Seventy E' AUTOGRAPHS 21+ f vw MWf'7f"' 222. , Q - Pdgf Sfwllfy-fix Alexander Hamilton Printing Co. uf Paterson, New Jersey 5 e 5 V2 F E E 1 F 11 E 3 Q, if . Q as 5 Q E. E L. i 1- 5 af E F! V5 T3 R if 5 -Q I ,Q li vs 3 Zi , S n L 'Q .xi-L 1 2 - f -4 - ' - 'H -.r" '1 " v . 1 , . ' A 'Wh ' ,YL V Eff'-' ','T'xiN'..-J,"".'1-'N , -f"H,'-Q, 11" I ' A U 55 'i if is 5 v' J .4 'n QQ Q 'J ii 5- -5 Ly rf fa ? 3 K 5 E. i 6 F 4. f 'a 5 . .HT .Wi-iS.:-xY:'.f.'.'.27Fi,ff- ESQ 4--ff'-213-'1'w Xl:1.'z-5"-' 4 .Alf .-5, W? ' . " ' "ff "7ivU3B"" ' k - L. .' 'i' FY ' Y. ,, . 'IV' 7' - .f'. 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