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Page 16 text:
James Whitlinger-Football l, I Q Charles Wood- Kiskilos 4,
2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, ,- A Boys' Chorus 3, 4, BC1SkefbOll
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William Whiflinger-Gym Exhi-
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Roberf Young-Kiskitos 4, Gym
Exhibition 2, Boys' Chorus 4,
Senior Ploy Staff 4.
S. Colderone L. Ament M. Hildebrand
Vice-President Secretory-Treasurer President
Page 15 text:
H omer Swa rtz.
Velma Ulery-Cheer Leading 2,
3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Gym
Exhibition I, Senior Play Cast 4.
John Wana ma ker-Footba l l I,
Edward Watterson-Football I,
2, 3, 4, Gym Exhibition l, 2,
Senior Play Staff 4.
3, Gym Exhibi-
A. A, l, 2, Dramatic
ri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
Rifle Club 3.
Jack Talmadge--Kiskitas 4,
Senior Lunch Stand 4, Gym Ex-
Paul Vaccaro-Gym Exhibition
I, 2, Kiskitas 4, Boys' Chorus
3, 4, Operetta 3.
Ruth Wafterson - G I e e Club
H a r old Williamson - Boys'
Chorus 2, Orchestra l, Gym
Exhibition I, 2, Band I, Foot-
ball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3,
4, Class Officer 3, Dance
2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, Dance
Band l, 2, Orchestra I, 2, Dra-
matic Club 2, 3, Mid-Western
Chorus 4, County Chorus 3, 4,
Kiskitas 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4,
Senior Play Staff 4, Minstrel 4,
Senior Lunch Stand 4.
Page 17 text:
four was a big year for our Senior Class. That was twelve
many memories come back to us of our first year in
were but as we rew older man teachers wished we
9 1 Y
on December 7 l94l, Pearl Harbor was attacked, we were in
grade We started having air raid drills and first aid classes. We
our money by investing in bonds and stamps.
y in September l942, we found ourselves in High School. We
the initiation the upperclassmen gave us. Some of us found it
ard to sit down for several days. We were the last class to suffer for
t at i itiation was outlawed. At the Halloween Dance that year, there was
about 9:00. Mr. Buzard and Miss Walker took over, and we sang
until the all-clear. By this time we were getting acquainted with high
and the rest of the year moved along rather smoothly.
By September l943, we considered ourselves upperclassmen. We could
join the Clee Club, Boys' Chorus, Cirls' Athletic Association. Tri-Hi-Y
Cirls gave an hour assembly which was very humorous. We had a skating
party, dance, and tried other ways to earn money for our treasury.
With Miss Henry for our advisor, and Harold Williamson as our Presi-
dent, we began to go places our Junior year. We divided our class into com-
mittees and started to earn money. We ended our year with the Junior-
Senior Prom, which was a big success.
Finally, we came to our last year in high school and the last year in
school for many of our seniors. Dick Bollinger and Vic Neatrour were the
first to enter the service our Senior year, although Zorro Stefannini, Jack
Dunmire, Leland Clark, Richard Hilty, Paul Felton, and Gene Shaffer, had
already gone. With Mark Hildebrand as our Senior President, we received our
class rings, pictures, and a production of our play, A Mind of Her Own.
With Mrs. Russell as our Senior advisor, we made a big success at our foot-
ball stand. We all believe we accomplished a great deal in our twelve years
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