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Page 30 text:
FIRST ROW, lett to right-Martin Kaufman, Arthur Mader, Margaret Harrison, Anna
Kisela, Betty Mihalko, Mae Costlow, Esther Penrod, Dean George, Harold Rice.
SECOND ROW-Caroline Herter, Ruby Mucko, Carol Trotter, Sally Baumgardner,
Dorothy Repine, Margie Moore, Charlotte Hoffman, Dorothy Bernheimer, Betty Noon.
THIRD ROW-Miss Sara Marie Honadle, Elwood Walters, Ioe Young, Byron Lowery,
Don Varner, Meade Douglas, Harold Thomas, LeRoy Costlow, Walter Hilton.
FIRST ROW, left to right-Delrose Cruse, Lillian Yakich, Margaret Palyocsik, Mary
Sracic, Olive Rice, Shirley Douglas, Phyllis Fyock, Eleanor Helsel.
SECOND ROW-Miss Laura Mae Dimond, Dick Trotter, Richard Berkebile, Ioe Richards,
Ralph Layman, Owen Wingard, Henry Holsopple, Zane Varner.
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FIRST ROW, left to right-Pete Matsko, Byron Myers, Iohn Kestermont, Shirley Costlow,
Gladys Margo, Iean Gdula, Ethel Mae Keselak, Marcene Carney, Nancy Ratchlord, Wil-
liam Patterson, Ray Matula.
SECOND ROW-Steve Gregorich, William Caroff, Dorothy Molton, Rae Navatsyk,
Agnes Mae Ondesko, Betty McAnulty, Fae Gramling, Mary Russ, Caroline Bakale, Evelyn
Susko, Mike Pechulla.
THIRD ROW-Mr. Sam Plummer, Robert Oshaben, Kathryn Kentes, Helen Iohns,
Iames Freeberg, Andy Kozar, Russel Fern, Mary Pavlik, Shirley Tibbens, Louis Tschachler.
FIRST ROW, left to right-Edward Progar, Icme Myers, Anna Melik, Evelyn Smith,
Iamesetta Fox, Gene Singer, Amelia Zolar, Kathleen Waddel, Iames Peracchino.
SECOND ROW-Mr. Steve Krouse, Richard Bosic, Lorraine Fern, Elsie Utzman, Catherine
Schuster, Phyllis Moyer, Glenore Makins, Dorothy Richnavsky, Richard Gardner.
THIRD ROW-Robert Weyandt, Icunes Mihalick, Iohn Keselak, Thomas Trunck, Robert
Pierce, Iames Varner, Tom Slanoc, Willard Hicks.
Page 31 text:
Views of Adamsites
Highlights in the '44-'45 fashions tound a
sate harbor at Adams. To keep the cold
Winter weather out-stadium boots . . .
bunny gloves . . . sheep-lined aviator coats
. . . Navy Peacoats . . . head scarves imoth-
er's tablecloths had nothing on them eitherl
were worn by the girls.
Pads kept in tempo with the Armed
Forces with emblems . . . insignias . . . wings
. . . bars . . . khaki shirts and trousers . . .
identiiication bracelets . . . ankle chains . . .
dog tags belonging to someone in the serv-
ice . . . novelty pins . . . Navy and khaki
Again mother's kitchen was robbed. This
time for teaspoons so that fashionable teen-
agers could have bracelets. BRACELETS-
the more on at one time the better! The
lassies' lovely hair were adorned with bar-
retts of all kinds-personality and floral.
Ioes and lanes got together on the long
shirt idea. Some of the couples around the
school had sport shirts alike. Really groovy!
Slick-chicks turned to the bare-legs policy
--no anklets . . . paint . . . play shoes.
But bobby socks still had their niche in the
world of fashions.
Dresses for spring and summer had the
motto "the brieter the better." They featured
cap sleeves . . . sweetheart necklines . . .
drawstring tops . . . abbreviated skirts . . .
square necklines. Smooth sweaters, peasant
blouses and drindl skirts were by no means
neglected .... Boys wore loaiers as well as
girls. Shoes Wore a more polished look than
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