Elk County Catholic High School - Memories Yearbook (St Marys, PA)

 - Class of 1943

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, ' V . ' l . .l RITA M. CHEATLE Docility, industry, cheerful- ness and kindness are some of Ftita's characteristics. She is found absorbed in reading during any of her spare mo- ments. Through persistent effort she has acquired a desirable standing in the Academic Course, Her ame bition to be an "Angel of Mercy", ministering to suf- fering humanity, will un- doubtedly become a reality. SOPHIA E. FRITZ This slender miss is assidu- ous, intelligent, very active, and shows marked judgment in her character. Mathe- matics and physics are her favorite studies. Sophia pos- sesses a gracious humor and aims to furnish enjoy- ment for others, thus she makes friends easily. lt is evident from her regular at- tendance at the basketball games that she derived much pleasure from that sport. lg, , , i If y fsili- .ffff A REGINA A. KUNTZ lean is one of the younger graduates. Her studious ap- plication to Latin has aug- mented her vocabulary and helps her out in many a dit- ficulty. The enthusiasm with which she entered into the work of the Year Book mer- ited for her the appreciation of her teachers and class- mates. She contributed lib- erally toward the pictures needed for the Memo, Mem- bers of the Sodality recog- nizing Iean's ability, chose her for their Vice President. LAURA F. SCHNEIDER A scientific student and an excellent essayist. Laura is a very pleasing character, ready at all times to render assistance. Being so de- pendable, we term her "Old Faithful." As chairman of the Student Council she is a capable leader. Fortune will certainly smile on this de- serving girl. May God bless her and guide her to the right at all times. I ESTHER M. GREGORY Esther is one of our studious, , Q' academic girls. She is the fi i possessor of a beautilul so' Illf Qprano voice that has been a I .source of entertainment fthroughout her four years ' -' at S. M. C. H. S, Alert and A linprompt in answering quese l 'fi tions in religion class, she It has helped out her class- ' Q" mates many times by her 'freacly answers. She will, ,,'l no doubt, be successful I? when attired in the uniform of a nurse, the noble pro- fession to which she aspires. DOROTHY M. HASSENETTER A quiet, studious type of person. Dorothy is shy but when she is approached a smile spreads over her coun- tenance, so magnetic that she attracts many friends in- to her circle. The word, "a smile will go a long, long way" can truly be applied to her. She has followed the Scientific Course and possesses the qualifications of the profession to which she is inclined, that of a nurse. EDNA M. GROTZIN GER Quiet and thoughtful, dili' gent and punctual, Edna is one of the more silent mem- bers ol our class. Difficulties in mathematics and physics are frequently referred to this ambitious student who willingly relieves her class- mates of their perplexities. Although she resides about five miles from church and school she attends Mass daily. When we hear of her future achievements, we shall remember with delight that she was a member of the class of '1ll. IANE P. GREGORY Very dependable is lane, generous with her services, and gracious to all. She is an outdoor girl who delights in skiing. She has studious- ly pursued the Scientific Course in the hope ot some day becoming a Laboratory Technician. Her unfailing cheerlulness will be an as- set in the work she contem- plates pursuing. H e a r t y wishes for your success, lanel

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PAUL P. TRGOVAC Our worthy class president, a friend of all, an earnest and successful student, loyal to teachers and school and in the forefront of every en- deavor. Paul has taken the academic course and will doubtless choose one of the professions for his future career. That he will make a success of what he under- takes is a foregone conclu- sion. Every one will rejoice in his success. LAVEHN E. SCHATZ A bright little lad that does not let the grass grow under his feet. A student of the Science class, Mathematics and Physics hold his inter- est more than other sub- jects, and in these he sur- passes many of his class- mates. Lavern is also a great lover of the outdoors and he never missesa chance to use gun or reel when the sea- son is open. Perhaps some day he will make the forest his home as game keeper and kind protector of wild life. ROBERT S. BAHSA Another of our academic students that is looking for- ward to a professional ca- reer. Latin to him is not a dead language and he means to make use of it in the fu- ture. His amiable, friendly manner towards all will go lar to win him clients should he choose to practice law in a few years from now. He'll try to be fair to friend and foe and so may be judge some day. JAMES I . IAC OB The Vice President of our class, and an ardent pro- moter of the Student Council he has done much to bring about concerted effort to make a success of the lat- ter. His friendly smile and kind disposition will go far to foster the "Big Brother" spirit in organizations like the above. He followed the science course, is fond of athletics, was a member of the varsity team in basket- ball. His success here pre- dicts his future success. VINCENT DE PAUL BEBBLE His devotion to the Blessed Sacrament and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass kept him at the Altar as a server during all his years of school. It, too, prompted him to continue his Latin in spite of its difficulties. Up with the lark, prompt and regular at school, a booster for athletics, a congenial companion--these are traits that will help him along in any career. ANTHONY A. BRENNEN Gentlemanly, helpful, studi- ous and well informed, are some traits that mark An- thony's character. He chose the Science Course and proved himself a very suc- cessful student. Doubtless his plans for the future are in the field of science for which his painstaking efforts and his patient persever- ance promise marked suc- cess. Should he choose the medical profession he will have the confidence of his patients. "HAVE PEACE AND THE GOD OF PEACE AND OF LOVE SHALL BE WITH YOU." t2 cor. Xm, ll.J J, Y If H t' , , gt .. Z i ' . ...- f 1 -wi" K " l x 's-.gb 2 , f 1 . XX' X AN I 1

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