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Page 24 text:
LINDED by star dust and under the
delusion of glamour, the Stars of '42
hereby bequeath their outstanding char-
acteristics to next year's cast. Any resem-
blance is purely coincidental.
Bernie Ketterer is putting all his faith
in Bill Ebner to bring the basketball team
through to V. . .-
Jean Whitten, with her sunny disposi-
tion, will fill Gloria Bontempi's place very
Upon Jean Entwistle, Larry Bonhotal
bestows his excellence as class camera-
Ruth Cooper leaves her calm, subdued
manner to Dianna Kerlin, while Mary Ker-
lin presents Grace Cooper with her vim,
vigor and vitality.
Pauline Garlick, who doesn't do so bad-
ly herself, should consider herself fortu-
nate to receive AnnaStine's popularity.
Jack Lick's enchanting voice, and Vera
Paxton's musical talent are to be passed
on to Frank Austin and Tommy Wanama-
Anne Hodgkins will take up where
Thelma Strom left off in always helping
We know that Leonard Hess will be
more than glad to inherit Bob Schupner's
unassuming l?l manner.
Flora Van Ness's earmarks of being fair
and lovely will be duplicated by her bene-
ficiary, Betty Noyes.
Doris Shortal is to acquire Mary
Keefe's appreciation of music.
Regina Kelly deservingly hands over
her good sportsmanship to Florence Nel-
Gene Heath's worries will be over when
he receives Eleanor Stark's high marks,
while Curt Reinhold's rating on the honor
roll goes to Lois Rose.
Peter Parker will aptly carry on in Bill
Crandall's place as class Casanova.
Claire Sosna's specialty of anything
along athletic lines goes to Helen Kauf-
man and Jean Eggleston.
Alex Goodman, Kenny MacKay and
Leonard Aspinall are to share equally
Warren Austin's and Starchy's carefree
Doris Holzhauer has consented to leave
her role of spitfire to Marjorie Borel.
Janice Lewis has offered her willing-
ness to work to Eleanor Doellner.
Andy Martz is quite confident that the
Service Corps will function well in the
hands of Robert Hicks.
Agnes Keefe, the class comedienne,
would like to leave this honor to Johanna
Harry Whalen, the life of the party, re-
linquishes his position to Richie Eckhart.
Ben Hersey leaves his seat in Room ZOO
to his buddy, Smoky Gleason.
No one is more qualified than Margaret
Shaw to receive Jane Stedge's winning
Rosemarie Gannon has decided to give
her place on the cheerleading squad to
We are quite sure that next year's edi-
tor of the "Congeronian" will be more
than grateful to receive Tommy Zerec-
ker's deadline worries.
Adelaide Dillon relinquishes her seat on
the Rockland Lake bus to Bill Dittmer.
Helen Wennerholm and Lora Webb
bequeath their conservative manner to
those quiet little ladies, Genevieve Porri,
and Mary Alice Shiels.
Esther Polhemus very graciously wills
her nimbleness on the typewriter to Wil-
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Page 25 text:
Jeanne Karrell very willingly bequeaths
her well-worn French Ill book to Ger-
Vivacious Helen Keenan will be readily
replaced by Charlotte Chamberlain.
John Allen and Spencer Conklin are to
become the proud possessors of Alan Da-
vies' mathematical brilliance.
Carl Fogelin and Loretta Locke wonder
whether Fred Natale and Joan Best could
use a few inches of their height . . . It's
theirs for the asking.
Miriam Dulmer is to receive Shirle
1 - - - II y
Kellers distinction of class glamour
Gertrude Scott and Ruth McLeod re-
fuse to divulge their selling technique in
the Cafeteria to any one but Ruby Phil-
Robert Polyblank's own great store of
athletic versatility will be greatly in-
creased by Sid Zenovic's and John
That "special" place that Dick Mathi-
son holds in Wimpy's heart will be filled
by David Gordon.
Adele Keoughan is to receive Gloria
Reilly's .22 to help keep an eye on Eddie.
John Nelson has promised to remove
the horseshoe from his boxing gloves be-
fore giving them to John Farrell.
Margaret Dennis and Ida Rudden have
cheerfully agreed to give the something
borrowed to anyone in need of it.
Attention Herbie Walden! lf you see
the World Premiere of the Class of '42
you will find the hiding place of Art
of 9 A'
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