Clinton High School - Keyhole Yearbook (Clinton, OH)

 - Class of 1943

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3 S 35 S U F 59 Q31 5 33 D There are three main events in the history of the world, the Birth of Christ, the fall of Napoleon, and the Graduation of the Clam' of H43n from Clintpn High School. - Twelve years ago this class began its ca ser. The number of the class hai varied from thirty six students in the Seventh Grade to sixteen students, eigut boys and eight girls, the present number in the twelfth grale You can all see that we are of high intelligence, otherwise how would we be the graduating Clase of n43N? It is our sad duty, however, to report that a f-w of the teachers fail to agree with this last statement. This, my dear friends,is the class of H45N as I see it today I am sure that you will pardon the exact measurements, as I would make a better carpenter tuan I would an artist and have always been fond of mathematical Statistics. Therefore, I speak in figures. We range in height from the shorty of the class, Eleen Turner, 4ft 11 in, with high heels and felt hat to the tall dark and handsome lad, Dan Bailey, six ft 2 in. with or without his silk stockings. We range in weight from Eleen Turner'a seventy eight pounds to Richard Denison's one hundred eighty five pounds feather brain and all. Our total age. worthy of respect, veneration, and dignity is 281. You can see what a heavy proportion we are by the fact that, taken together and giving due consideration to Louis Rantanes' dainty figure,we tip the scales at 2215 pounis. If we do not make the success in life that we expect and desire,it will not be because ue cannot gain a foothold in the world's battleground for we wear a size 12115 shoe . Now, for the more serious part. The class dates back to 1937 when there were 35 members in the seventh grade. The Iunior class sponsored a play, UAunt Tillie Goes to Townn,for the purpona cf raising funds fO1 the Junior-Senior Banquet, May 9, which proved a success. Now the last and final step The dignified Seniors now numbered sixteen, with Andy Dogdanoff the onlv one l aving. During the Senior year the class presented a play WA Pair of Country Kids.N We were guests at the Junior - Senior Banquet, May lst. Graduation is May 26.

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SENIOR BILLIJ: .IUNES Hi - Y Queen - - - - 2 Yrs. Sports: Basketball - ----- 4 yrs. Baseball - - - - - 4 yrs. All Star Basketdall team- - 2 yrs. Class tournaments - - - 4 yrs. Cheerleader ---- 2 yrs. Vice President - - M Junior yr. D. A. R. Scholarship P Senior yr. RUTH MCCO Y Freshman President at Manchester Glee Club- ---- M - 4 yrs. Basketball - - - 4 yrs. Junior Play. RICHARD MONTZ Basketball - - - - - 4 yrs. Music: Glee Club ----- 4 yrs. A Capella choir - - - - 1 Yr. Fanl fTrumbonel N-HH l yr. Operetta ---- - 3 yrs. Keyhole ------- l yr Junior and Senior Plays Hi - Y ------- 4 yrs. Scholarship tests - - '4 yrs. Senior Scholarship. Capz. of School Patrol Senior yr. JE WELL N EI 'T LE Girl Reserves - - - - - 4 yrs. Sports! Baseball- - W - -- - - - 4 yrs. Basketball ,----.- Q 4 yrs. All Star Basketball team - -l yr. Music: Glee Club -----.---- 3 yrs. Opwvsivaw ----- ---- 3 yrs. lard CCymballsJ - - A - - - l yr. D A. 2 Schalazship- - - Senior yr. S,n sf. Junior. and Freshman plays. ACTIVITIES LOUIS RANTANES Sports : Bask9tball and Baseball Manager 3 yrs. ' 3 yrs. H1'Y ----- - - - - - - - -V- - Glee Club - Q - , ----..Q , U 1 yr. School Patrol - - ----. , - - 35 yrs. Annual Staff ---- - - - - l yr. LUIS SNYDER Sports: Basketball Class Tournament 2 2 2 4 yrs. Bageball :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: 4 yrs. Plavs: Hi Y, Freshman. Junior, Senior and Operetta l yr. Music: Glee Club 3 yrs. A Capella Choir Gizl Reserves 2: 22 :I 22 2: 1: 1: I 2 yrs. Kgyholg :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: ::1 yr. Class Officer Treas., and Secy. Booster's Club Treas. 2: 2: :I 2: 2221 yr. EL EA NOR TURNER Plays: Senior and Operetta -- -- -- 2 yrs. Music: Glee Club - Q 3 yrs. Secy. - - l yr. A Capella Choir - 1 yr. Girl Reserves and Secy. - - 1 yr. Class Officer: Vice Pres. 1 yr. Secy 3 yrs. ELEEN TURNER Sports: Basketball -- 4 Yr9. Baseball -- 4 Yrs. Perfect Attendance lOth. llth, 8 12th Grade IVAN WEBER Sports: Basketball - - - - ' 1 Yr. Senior Play. Keyhole - 2 yrs. Annual Staff 2 yrs. School Patrol 15 yrs. Class Officer: Vice Pres. Senior yr. Hi-Y - 4 yrs. Trees. and Secretary



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I 0135 75 as matt , . ,N The Class Of u45N stepping out into the world do make and publish this, our last will and testmentg hereby revoking and making void all former wills at any time heretofore drawn up. A We give and bequeath to the Board of Control rest'ul nights and p aceful lrears. We promise them rest fom U45'sn petitions No more will we be called upon to bend our haughty knee to entreat: no more will they be pained to refuse our r-quests. lt has been hard to have our fondest wishes orstructedg it must have been hard for them to refuse so fair a pleader They have done their duty and have their fair reward. We give and bequeath to our best beloved and cherished sister, N44N, all :he wealth of love and blessings she may want She seems to get everything else unaided We give to the Freshman Class the following advice, which, once accepted,will lead them to glory: copy u45N, learn to work if not to wing development comes sooner through bearing failures than success. It isn't fun, but nevertheless, look at N43n and be encouraged. And last but not least, we leave to the not-quitessttled Sophomore Class sons of our thoughtfulness ani kindness. How the list lengthensg next come: the Senior's privileges---with the Super- int:ndent's permission---too well known and understood to be detailed Carl Anderson bequeaths his going steady to Robert Beech. Dan Bailey's corniness, he will leave to Norman Van Hyning. Richard Denison to George Duma bequeathes his method of wolfing. To Lois Johnson, Rita Fye leaves her chiropractic treatments. To Frances Kennard, Norma Hole leaves her bashfulness. Philip Ikins' ability to study to John Molnar. Ruth McCoy's beautiful blonde curls we are leaving in care of Marilyn Dalton. Montz's athletic ability we are leaving to John Fey. Jewell Nettle's talkativeness, we give to Garnett Darnell. Lois Snyier bequeathcs her corny moron jokes to Pauline Himelrigh. Looio's gophers, fish, termites, and drool blossoms go to George Smith. Take care of them, George. Eleanor Turner's A's ani B's, we give to you,Jim Stoll.

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