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Page 11 text:
WALTER SZEMBORSKI-Pretty quiet in a
few classes but don't rouse his temper.
Boys' basketball, Boys' Chorus, Bomb
Squad, Rifle Club, Senior Class Play.
LEONE AMENT-"Bunny" is still trying to
find 'AHim". Don't give up!
Tri-Hi-Y, Kiskitas, Tiger Gazette, Glee
Club, Speech Club.
ANNE MOORE-Boys still prefer blondes-
Kiskitas, Senior Play, Orchestra, Tri-Hi-Y,
ROBERT STURGEON--Destined to follow
music, Bob will have no trouble getting
Band, Orchestra, Dance Band, Kiskitas,
Tiger Gazette, Hi-Y, Bomb Squad, Sen-
ZELDA MAE BECK-Pretty as a picture but
not for Apollo boys. Washington Town-
ship: Eh, "Becky"?
Kiskitas, Glee Club, G. A. A.
MAXINE l. NULPH--The reason the boys
held their seats at the half during football
Captain Drum Majorettes, Glee Club, Bas-
ketball, Tiger Gazette, Senior Class Play,
Kiskitas, Speech Club, G. A. A., Tri-Hi-Y.
AMENT IACKSON-Every deck has a joker.
"Dopey" seems to be it.
Tiger Gazette, Band, Class Basketball,
Speech Club, Kiskitas.
Pr -K. Lobaugh W. Szemborski L. Ament
Sec.-B. Spencer R. Sturgeon Z. M. Beck
HELEN KLINGENSMITH-Helen possesses
one of the softest voices in class.
Glee Club, Senior Class Play, Speech Club,
Tri-Hi-Y, Mixed Chorus, County Chorus.
NORA IEAN MCELFRESH-She's ace high
in any man's language.
TOM CHAPMAN-lust a little bundle of joy
sent to brighten the Senior Class.
Boys' Chorus, Kiskitas, Tiger Gazette,
Senior Play, Hi-Y.
MARTHA LAUFFER--She's known as Miss
Uber's Hright arm".
Kiskitas, Glee Club, Tri-Hi-Y.
M. I. Nulph A. jackson H. Klingensmirh N. J. McElfresh T. Chapman M. J. Lauffer
Page 10 text:
The class of '42 began its Freshman year in Apollo High School with
much enthusiasm and "a little" confusion. After we were initiated according
to school tradition, the upper classmen endeavored to teach us the fundamentals
of modern dancing. Soon after this the Freshies could cut the rug with the
best of them. We experienced one of the most thrilling--yet embarrassing-
moments when the upper classmen clapped us in at our first assembly. Al-
though we were the object of all "good natured" jokes, we enjoyed this year
to the utmost and often fondly recall it.
lt was a big event when we were moved up to the rank of Sophomores
and could enter into the fun of initiating the "Greenies". This year the Senior
Class of '40 started a yearbook which they called the "Kiskitas", after the
name of our river. Since it was the first yearbook for sometime, the whole
student body received its revival very enthusiastically. Many of the girls
joined the Tri-Hi-Y Club and went to school very peculiar looking the week
of their initiation, for they were obliged to wear curlers in their hair, different
shoes and socks, aprons, and carry a bucket filled with books.
Before we knew it, we were plunged head-long into our Iunior Year. Our
studies, school dances. and numerous clubs and organizations furnished varied
interests. At last the day set for the junior-Senior Prom came. Although it
was a rainy and dismal day, there was excitement in the air. Time dragged
slowly along, but four o'clock finally came. Boys and girls alike rushed home
to don their first evening clothes. That night the high school gym was filled
with laughter and music. Both students and teachers joined in the fun and all
spent an enjoyable evening. The next day all the juniors and Seniors went
around with drooping eyelids. However, we were not too tired to give the
details of our divine evening. Most of the Iunior Class attended the Bac-
calaureate Sermon and Commencement Program of the Class of '41 . We knew
that it would not be long now until we too would be leaving our happy school
years far behind us.
Time sped on and soon found us classified as Seniors. This year we
looked forward to many good times and were by no means disappointed. The
"Kiskitas" sponsored a dance which they called "Elmer's Dance" after the
popular tune of the day. The Tri-I-li-Y also held a dance, the "Winter Carni-
val." The proceeds of this dance-were given to help increase the Bomber
Fund. We started the annual subscription drive early, and made out so well
that it was not necessary for us to carry on any other project, except our class
play. As the last few months of our school year faded away, with tear-filled
eyes we looked back over our happy school memories.
Page 12 text:
M. Jamison K. Lobaugh L. Miller
R. Day B. Spencer W. Steel
MARY IAMISON--Don't give up, Mary.
He'll be ba:k.
Tiger Gazette, Kiskitas, Tri-Hi-Y, Senior
Play, Glee Club.
KLINE LOBAUGH--A worthy president and
a swell classmate,
Senior Class President, Kiskitas, Tiger Ga-
zette, Bomb Squad.
LOUISE MILLER-Come on, Louise: who is
it, Bill or Gene?
Tri-Hi-Y, Tiger Gazette.
ROBERT DAY-Have you ever seen Bobbie
Football, Kiskitas, Rifle Club.
BETTY SPENCER - Betty's smiles chase
away "the blues".
Tri-Hi-Y President, Class Secretary, Class
Play. G. A. A., Glee Club.
WILLIAM STEEL-Bill's a poet and doesn't
know it. Longfellow and Poe rolled into
Varsity Basketball, Tiger Gazette, Kiski-
tas, Bomb Squad.
ELEANOR BLICHHOLZ--An answer to a
PAUL HOWELL-The sort of person every-
LaRUE YALEY-"Silence is golden." LaRue
MARY IANE LOBAUGH--What's the mat-
ter with A. H. S. boys?
EDWIN BRANTHOOVER- lf you think
Edwin's serious, you just don't know him.
ESTELLA CRAMER-One girl that gets
along with everybody.
E. Buchholz P. Howell L. Yaley M. Lobaugh E. Branrhoover E. Cramer
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