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JUNIOR GIRL RESERVES
responding Secretary. Standing: Dorothy
Bednzirick, Vice Presidentg janet Rust
Treasurerg Jean Moreck, Recording Sec-
Edna Mae Tonnies, Corresponding Secretntyg Pat Jordan,
Recording Secretaryg Miss Dennison, Adviserg Dolores
Fernicola, Presidentg Cli Xenitelis, Vice Ptesidentg Susie
JUNIOR AND SENIOR
The -lunior and Senior Girl Reserves are
known throughout li. H. S. for their service
work. This yC.'.If both groups chose needy fum-
ilies in the community for whom they provided
Tlunksgiving dinners. Clhristmiis presents, Lllltl
clothes throughout the yeiir. To c.1rry on their
service work the Senior Girl Reserves l1.1ve
sponsored two c.1ke s.1les rind .1 d.1nce. while
the juniors hrive sponsored rin apron sale rind
done volunteer work tit the Community House.
All, however, is not work for the Girl Reserves.
Besides .1 business meeting they h.1ve .in eve-
ning soci.1l meeting every month.
Theres been .in addition to the f.1milyl The
Ckireers for Secretaries is our newest club. lt
XKXIS started this ye.1r by Mrs. Richgirdson Llllkl
twenty senior girls. Membership is restricted
to senior girls who tire titking Secretarial Train-
ing and hgive two ye.1rs of Stenogrniphy.
JUNIUR RED CROSS CAREERS FOR SECRETARIFQ CLUB
The -lunior Red Cross is .1 group of students Lois Gehring, Vice P'rcsidentg Lillian Stchlwins President
Anne Marie Vot 'lreasuretg Mrs Richirdson Adviser
who ure responsible for m.tny worthfwhile 4 ' V St
projects. Their list of giccomplishments is
Pauline Sumski, Secretary.
Se.ited: Miss Jenkins, Adviserg Shirley'
Crginwill, Presidentg Pitt Petriellai, Cor-
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George Steutel, Treasurerg Tatiana Gelfond, Secretaryg Miss Zinn, Adviser,
Edith Fischer, President, Kathleen McAdams, Vice President.
cludes both active and associate
members, the requirement being
French as a major some time in the
high school career.
Our Latin Club enjoys the dis-
tinction of being the oldest club
of its kind in America. This orga-
nization, advised by Miss Don-
oghue, endeavors to increase stu-
dents, knowledge of Roman life.
As service projects this year, the
club donated a Thanksgiving din-
ner to a needy family and sent candy to the Italian Boys Town
The German Club was organized about thirty years ago when
several students were interested in learning about the German
way of life. Its many activities this year included a club bazaar
and a hot dog roast. The club has its own orchestra and has fun
learning the old country songs and dances.
"Pass the pizza, please," is the mouth-watering expression that
can often be heard at Italian Club social gatherings and dances.
A busy year of such social events was brought to a close with
an annual picnic. The Italian Club brings to the interest of its
members the lively Italian music, traditions, and culture.
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Marie Priore, Treasurerg Lucille
Stivali, Secretary, joe Della Ba-
dia, Vice President, Bob Sibello,
President, Mr. Mangelli, Adviser.
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