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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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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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STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council, supervised by Miss Dorothy M. Small, has had a very suc- cessful year. The Board is representative of the four classes and the major organi- zations of the school. Its chief functions are the supervising of general discipline and the coordinating of all school activi- ties. The members are as follows: Richard Scagliotti, President; Richard Patterson, Vice-President; Arline Cote, Secretary; Rita Fagan, Treasurer; Anne Klotz; Grant Dodson; Harry Winchell; Elwood Johnson; Albert Scagliotti; Alfred Pulilo; Dorothy Potts; and Harold Corr. BEACON STAFF The Berlin High School Beacon, which was published semi-monthly during the past year, has proved to be both beneficial and entertaining to many outsiders as well as to the student body. The success of our paper may be attributed to the unceasing efforts of our staff and super- visors. The Editor-in-Chief was Arline Cote; her staff was as follows: Lenore Carbo, Harry Winchell, Anne Klotz, Helen Savage, Barbara Steed, Hope De- More, Helen Senkawalk, Norman Benson, Frances Kriwacki, Virginia Wells, Thelma Tardette, Alfred Pulito, Verna Johnson, Samuel Valenti, Pat Jean Lawrence, Robert Edgerly, Muriel Blackburn, Mary Notaro, Norman Johnson, Roger Burwell, Harold Yantz, Anthony Masselle, Anne Edwardson, Robert Werdelin, James Fagan, and Joseph Stankis. The faculty advisers were: Miss Dorothy R. Kennedy and Mr. Henry C. Anderson.
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