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BETWEEN OGRAMS ' ports editors Rob and n Hannemann make up page for the PN . . . Eloise I laugh. Sally w Cresxvell, Jo.Ann dies, and Elinor Rcrdis, ding receipt hooks, pro- re to go out after adver- enionts . . . Miss Alice rver. sowing instructor, lps a student with her ojeot . . . Hannemann ' s g, the better third of e family, takes time I to pant . . . Bob iniieniann sit- entranced Millie Hlavaoh. junior, ;es charge of the nurse ' s fioe . . . Pat Hadley, ■ne C, ron o xx ski. Don oher. and Joe Parpen int posters in the art om . . . Eriendly Fred ikmann smiles for the mera.. 13
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Top Row Standing — Korenrhik, Isberg, Wilson, Cox, Mandas, Harden. Bottom Row Standing — Theodore Economou, Lukmann, Ralph, Haugh, Goginski, Whelan, Oak, Voreacos, Adams, Miss Pearl Yocham (spon- sor). Second Row Seated — Theodora Economou, Pappas, Dolak, Gascnica, Creswell, Endres. First Row Seated — Unger, Seehausen, Kalieky, Wilkinson, Atchison, George, Don Hannemann (treasurer), Burnett (secretary), Boh Hannemann (president) , 1 ' rench (vice-president ) . NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Top Talent o o o Twenty-two seniors and three juniors received the highly coveted appointments to the National Honor Society this year. These students, added to the six elected in their junior year, make a total of 31 in the NHS. Among the factors considered in elect- ing members are scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Each year the fac- ulty chooses fifteen per cent of the Senior Class and five per cent of the Junior Class to join the organization, which is under the direction of Miss Pearl Yocham. THE 1 9 4 8 P 12 The six students chosen when they were juniors are Do rothy Adams, Mary Linda Burnett, secretary; Richard French, vice-president; Bob Hannemann, president; Don Hannemann, treasurer; and Eugenia Voreacos. Annually the Harold Zimmer Award is given by the NHS to the outstanding senior boy on the basis of scholarship, athletic skill, and fine sportsmanship. Royal Isberg was elected to receive the honor this year. OWDER HORN
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SENIOR CLASS Standing — Miss Carolyn Lambert ( sponsor), Arnold Studer ( vice- president), George Mandas ( presi- dent ) . Seated — Lillian Gasenica ( secretary ), Bernadine Dolak ( treasurer). 1944 I he fall of ’44 marked the entrance of the Class of ’48 into the classrooms and activities of GRC. Beneath the guiding hand of Miss Carolyn Lambert, class sponsor, the “Freshies” began their careers by choosing Everett Levitt, presi- dent; Nancy McClaughry, vice president; Lillian Gasenica, secretary; and Ralph Porter, treasurer; to lead them. As their initial effort, the class put on “The Starlit Lane,” an all-school dance made distinctive by the unique decorations. 1945 “The Jack Frost Frolic,” a Thanks- giving dance, was held by the now ex- perienced sophomores. The directing of activities this year was left to the capable hands of Clifford Render, president; Bob Hannemann, vice-president; Mary Linda Burnett, secretary; and Sally Lou Cres- well, treasurer. Eugenia Yoreacos was elected class historian to serve throughout the next two years. Committees were appointed to choose the class color, flower, and motto. Results were blue and white, color; white carnation, flower; and “Aim above the mark to hit it,” motto. 1946 As the long-awaited junior year finally arrived, the class named Phil Wet- night, president; Bob Hannemann, vice- president; Bernadine Dolak, secretary; and Richard French, treasurer. An unusual dance, “Movie Melody Premier,” was presented with movies and music. This event was followed by another success, the Junior play, “The Clean-Up,” a comedy in three acts. The prom, “Aloha,” given by the class on May 29, attracted the largest crowd in Clark’s history. 1947 For their final and most important year, the members of the class picked competent officers in the form of Presi- dent George Mandas, Vice-President Arnold Studer, Secretary Lillian Gasenica, and Treasurer Bernadine Dolak. The Senior class play, “Through the Night,” a mystery thriller, was given before an enthusiastic audience. “Carou- sel,” the annual class dance, was held in the spring and featured the music of Harold Morris and his orchestra. DAR award winners were Mary Linda Burnett and Richard French. Top-ranking seniors scholastically were Mary Linda Burnett, valedictorian, and Bob and Don Hannemann, co-salu- torians. After accumulating these noteworthy accomplishments in its four y r ears, an- other class of GRC students leaves amid sad farewells to make its way in the w ' orld. Its record in the history of the school will be leng-remembered. THE 1948 POWDER HORN 14
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