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In an exclusive studio on the Rue De La Paix we found Virginia O ' Brien, an accomplished pianist, with Frances Kriwacki, John Bunko, and .4 lyre McKeon as her pupils. When we left Paris several new passengers boarded for the cruise on the sparkling blue of the Mediter- raenan. Included in this group were Angie Leone, Irene Rampone, Helen Senkmmlk, and Ida Drachen- herg, attractive young secretaries on a vacation. Passing through the Suez, we discovered that George Horbal was the Chief Engineer of I his Canal. Continuing down the coast of Africa we stopped at the Cape of Good Hope. Eugene Derlaga, John Zigrnont, and Harold Reckert were the owners and operators of a large diamond mine. Our next stop was the Virgin Islands where Lois Zimmermann, failing to find employment elsewhere, was the successful proprietor of a book shop, where she was featuring Verna Hultgren ' s latest novel. At Hawaii we met Grant Dodson, an Annapolis graduate, who was now a Lieutenant stationed at the naval base. He was accompanied by several of his subordinates, among them Garin Cameron, Joseph DeLowery, Richard Callahan, and Edwin Peterson. Upon arriving in Florida we observed the 1945 Bathing Beauty Contest to choose “Miss America”. Among the contestants were Anne Klolz, Stasia Pujor, and Verna Johnson. The Judges to decide the outcome of this contest were Paul Sadey and Elmer Valeggia. Now you know ' what we have been doing and what we’re going to do, so we ' ll just sign off. wishing every- one success in his chosen role. Signed, MARION TARDETTE PHYLLIS THOMAS DOROTHY HARRIS THELMA TARDETTE
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CLASS PROPHECY I lie year is 1945 and the place, New ork harbor; and as t lie mighty “Duchess of Windsor” prepares to weigh anchor, we manage to get on board .just, in time to see Elynor Greco dashing up the gangplank, living up to her ability always to arrive just on time. We discovered that Elynor, a popular young model, was traveling to Europe to appear in an arts exposition. Later in the day as we were glancing over the passenger list, we recognized the names of several of our classmates at Berlin High. In the course of our discussion with Fred Schofield, the purser, we were surprised to learn that the Captain of our ship was none other than Harry Winchell, our former class president. As we entered the dining room we looked around for some of our old friends. At a near-by table we noticed Miss Celia Venires the noted opera star, who was en route to Vienna to give a concert. During dinner we were entertained by Guido Pulcini’s rhythm makers featuring Ted Wrohel and his accordian. Mary Lacco was the songstress. After dinner as we were strolling around the deck, we met the former Marjorie Johnson who was travel- ing to Europe to meet her husband. She was accompanied by Barbara Steed , a wealthy young widow. The ship’s doctor was a promising young surgeon who turned out to he Raymond Rich. His competent nurse was Mary Kozuch. On inspecting the Beauty Salon we found it to be in the capable hands of Dorothy Norton. She told us she also employed Margaret Matyka and Mary DeBlasio, who was just putting the finishing touches to a new coiffure for Zenadia Burak, a noted traveler. As we came upon the deck once more we became interested in a game of shuffle board being played by Richard Covini, Joseph Aivano, Joseph Domkowski, and frank Motyka. Hearing some loud voices we advanced to find Richard Scagliotli and Richard Patterson arguing about the latest styles for women. We then went to see the barber shop only to find that the barber was none other than Edward Getzewich, our former prominent classmate. A few r days later w T e docked at our first port of call, London, England. We soon learned that Mabel Fielding and Emily Praia were making their stage debut in a near-by theater. During one of the London fogs we ran into Virginia Wells who told us she was on her honeymoon. She also informed us that Stanley Konefal was now a student at Oxford University, where Roger Burwell was teaching French. I he next day we reached Paris, France. Here we found Arline Cote editing a fashion magazine with Helen Savage an indispensable member of the staff. Emma Nichols was a famous stylist and designer, who employed Margaret Dornfried as her seamstress.
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EDITORIAL STAFF Editor in-Chief, A rune Cote Committee Lois Zimmermann Celia Ventres Thelma Tardette Marion Tardette Phyllis Thomas Frances Kriwacki Helen Senkawalk Barbara Steed Stasia Pajor Anne Klotz Dorothy Norton Dorothy Harris Faculty Adviser John F. Deming BEHIND us lie our school years, before us lies our future. We have yet to see what our future holds. We extend our thanks and appreciation to those who have helped us compile our class book. M argaret Matyka Alyce McKeon Roger Burweli Richard Covint Grant Dodson Ida Drachenberg Virginia Wells Verna Johnson Marjorie Johnson Gavin Cameron Edwin Peterson Stanley Konefal
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