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Yuhasz, Julius Zeigler, Robert
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SENIOR CLASS ACTIVITIES
The latter part of September the Senior Class elected their slate of officers as
President Rolan Larrlvey
Vice President Rose Hewanietz
Sec 6 Reporter Joy Ann Dasklewich
Treasurer Mildred Rubeor
Business Manager Veronica St John
The first activity of the year was a Junior Q Senior Class party held October l
in the school auditorium where dancing and refreshments were enjoyed On October 24
held the first dance of the school year which was most successful as we had an
unusually large crowd
The activity that occurred next and which took careful planning was the Senior
Play 'Thin Ice, a three act comedy with the following cast Rose Howanletz, Sophie
Kowalik, Paul Blankman Raymond Pugh, Rolan Larrivey, Caryl Satterly, Veronica St
John, Dorothy Baker, Joy Ann Dasklewich, Everett Brazie, Leigh Freeman Jr., Benjamin
Brown, Jane Hoch, and Mildred Rubeor. The play was ably directed by Mrs. Lois Bjork-
we held another Senior Dance on January 16 with a good crowd in attendance, even
though the weather was stormy.
The biggest project of our Senior year which took several weeks in diligent pre-
paration, was the assembling of this yearbook, The Kortenaerian. Mildred Rubeor, Editor
in chief and her staff are to be congratulated on this fine book.
June 27, 28, and 29 we will hold our graduation exercises and on June SO the Sen
lor Ball. Later in the week we will leave on our Senior trip.
The members of the Senior Class would like to express their sincere appreciation
to Mrs. Mildred Brooks for the help and guidance she has given us to make our years
in high school so successful.
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Joy Ann Daskie
Basketball 2,5,4, Soc er,6,4, Base
ball 5,4, Band,l,2,5,4, Chorus,
Intramura1s,6, Newspaper Club,4
Junior Plays, Lit le Theatre Con
test,4, Senior Play,4, Class Trees
5 Class Pres ,4 Varsity Club
smile for every boy and two for every girl'
eat as a pin shapely and
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Science C1ub,4, Kortenarian Staff,
5 4 Newspaper Club,4, Class Repor
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