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Page 43 text:
CLASS OFFICERS: M. X "Il
URING the h i g h school years
through which each student passes, there
are many setbacks and many disappoint-
ments. and yet, when the student strolls
down the aisle as a graduating senior
and pauses to reflect upon thi- past four
years, he realizes that it was well worth
'We, the class of 1945, will ever all
ter remember our high school years a-1
perhaps the happiest, least complicated
and freest days of our lives. As we leave
our "dear old Alma Mater." the mem-
ory of our high school years will remain
with us - for we timidly entered the
big halls of B.T.H.S. and as conquering
sf-niors we proudly strut forth. lVe've en-
deavored to gain many good traits dur-
ing this period and it was toward this
goal we have striven.
All through our school days we have
tried to play and work with unceasing
vigor to build our bodies and minds for
the things expected from us after grad-
li iznns, tSCCl'L'flll'lfj H. McDonald, prcsidcntg li. Paul, treasurerg M. Strohecker, lsice-presulent
From our ranks have come some of
this year's heroes of basketball and base-
ball, the dramatic stars, and the out-
standing musicians all imbued with a de-
sire to make our school the best in good
sportsmanship. We believe that among
the members of our class there are many
of these good sportsmen. whether they
have been prominent in activities or not.
They are those whose spirit of sacrifice.
service. and co-operation has endured
all the cycle of school years-they've all
cheered and rooted for our school and.
class enthusiasticallyg but they've also
taken defeat smilingly.
We leave our place as seniors to the
junior class hoping that they will have
as many memories of a wonderful high
school life of study and play as will re-
turn to us in coming years. Through the
knowledge gained in our application of
study we feel that "the largest class eve
to be graduated from B.T.H.S." is now
ready to depart for the outside world
with our class motto before us-
"Today we followg
Tomorrow we lead."
Page 42 text:
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OT all our fighting is being
done on the battlefronts. In blue
denim shirts and rolled up jeans
many young women worked on
farms throughout the nation.
The group pictured on this page
were members of the Woman's
Land Army of the U. S. Crop Corps
during the summer of 1944. The
girls lived at Westfield, Connecti-
cut, in the heart of the tobacco
growing section, and worked under
the supervision of the Women's
Land Army and the University of
Connecticut. The members of the
camp were recruited by the local
Farm Labor Office from various
high schools throughout Schuylkill
The girls enjoyed various kinds
of recreation, including s e V e ral
conducted tours to spots of histori-
cal interest in the Hartford area.
Despite their inexperience, the
girls made an excellent record and
had the distinction of holding the
highest production record of any
similar camp in Connecticut.
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Tlwsc future secretaries! White and Datit: just Cant wait for That gang again! W'lzat next?
the P, M. sesmkm.
I N A N D Il
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