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WILLIAM S WILSON (Bill) Vice-President 815 Bosler Avenue, Lemoyne, Pa. Ambition: To remain single. President of Gass, S-l; Vice-President of Class, S-2; Treas¬ urer of Class, J-2; Glee Club, J-2 to S-2; President of Glee Club, S-2. Bill is an excellent athlete, a good dancer, and one of the most popular fellows in the class. Every inch of his 6 feet, 2 inch frame is packed with fun. These gualities plus his determina¬ tion will make him a success in life. CLYDE LEROY RUPERT (Clyde) Secretary 133 E. Third St., Williamsport, Pa. Ambition: Captain in the Army Air Corps. First Prize Manual Arts, 6A; First Prize Penmanship, 2-2; Secretary of Class, J-l to S-2; Secretary of Art Club, J-2; Swimming. ’39-’40; Track. ' 40; Soccer, ' 40. Clyde ' s athletic ability is never disputed. Track was his spe¬ cialty. but he was also an important part of the swimming and soccer teams. Whenever you heard a groan, the chances were that Clyde had “ cracked” another pun. In whatever he tries to do. Clyde will cross the finish line ahead of his opponents. ALEXANDER R BOYD (Lex) Treasurer and Class Speaker 441 N. Maple Avenue, Greensburg, Pa. Ambition: To live in happiness. Band, 7A to S-2; Student Leader of Band, S-2; Captain of Band, S-2; Orchestra, J-2 to S-2; Glee Club, J-2 to S-2; Cast: Valley Forge: Girard News, S-2; Trombone Soloist, District and State Contests, 1940; Vice-President of Dramatic Club. S-2; Treasurer of Class, S-2; National Honor Society, S-2; Cast: Miracle of the Desert-, Activities Night Announc¬ er; Radio Sketch at WIP; Cultural Olympics Announcer. Lex’s voice was often heard booming out in the auditorium and thrilling our theatre audiences. Everybody likes to listen to the melodic strains issuing from his trombone. Lex will al¬ ii ' ays be happy with his trombone near at hand. NORMAN F. AMES (Norm) Third Honor Erie, Pennsylvania Ambition: To be a research chemist. Second Prize In Chemistry, S-l; President, Chemistry Club, S-2. One of the outstanding chemists of the class is Norm. If he is as successful in life as he has been in his experiments, he will certainly reach the top in his chosen profession. 1941 ®lje Qlnrintljiatt [in
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ALFRED PAOLETTI (Pete) President 12 Williams Road, Garret Hill, Pa. Ambition: To make friends. President of Class, J-l; Vice-President of Class, J-2; Pres¬ ident of Class, S-2; Swimming, ’37, ’38, ’39, ’40; Junior Life Saving Certificate; Glee Club. J-2 to S-2; Vice-President of Glee Club, S-2; Conference Committee, S-l; Vice-President of Italian Club, S-2; Captain, Swimming, ’40. Pete’s popularity has been due to his leadership and his friend¬ ly way. When anything was to be done, Pete took the lead in it. You’ll always find Pete in the midst of a crozvd, laughing and joking in his friendly way. Pete’s ambition is to make friends, and he has certainly made a good start. Girard College January 27, 1941 Dear Classmates, The time has now come when we must bid each other farewell. And then we must bid adieu to Girard. Althouih distance will separate us, we shall always be bound together by the ties of friendship. We are going to miss the daily round of classes, the social hours of meals, and the gayety of our evening social functions, but we are going to miss classmates most of all. We are about to enter a new phase of our lives in which our actions, our words, and our influences will combine to es¬ tablish reputations. During this time we must remember that we are really contributing to the reputation and standing of our Alma Mater also. With this thought in mind let us go forth tomorrow to face life with increasing courage and fortitude. Let the end of our stay at Girard find us with precious memories - memories that will grow richer and richer with the years. And so, fellows, my best wishes for your happiness, health, and success in life as I have seen you enjoy them here in the greatest of all schools. Sincerely yours, Alfred Paoletti Slje ffinrtntljian TioT January
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CECIL LEO ANDERSON (Boon) 153 Elm Grove, West Virginia Ambition: Certified Public Accountant. First Sergeant in Battalion, J-l; Student Council, J-l; Gym., ’38; Glee Club, J-2 to S-2. Boon is sure to be a success as an accountant. A fine trackman, and a fellow zvith a good sense of humor. He will certainly rise to great heights. FRANK H. ANDREWS (Andy) R. D. No. 1 Mountain Top, Pa. Ambition: To be a good father. Glee Club, J -2 to S-2; Track Manager, ‘40; Secretary of Art Club, S-2. Most people that are successful haz ' e done things zvhich pro¬ duce results. So it is zvith Andy ' s paintings. His creative im¬ agination zvas clearly shozvn in his art work, Andy’s fatherly attitude zvas also appreciated. SAMUEL PERRY AXE (Babe) 344 W. North Street. York, Pa. Ambition: To get along with people and make friends. Second Prize in Manual Arts, 6A; Supply Sergeant in Bat¬ talion, S-2; Basketball, ’40-’41; Soccer, ’40. Babe took up electrical shop zvork and really “sparked” his career along. A live-wire in any sport and a bright light in any group he cared to join, he’s sure of making an end-splice zvith success. RICHARD H BARNES (Binnie) Second Honor 4802 Derry Street, Harrisburg, Pa. Ambition: To travel extensively in South America. National Honor Society, S-l; Sergeant in Battalion, S-2; President Literary Club, S-2; Debating, S-2. Binnie is a member of the Brain Trust. His marks were always exceedingly high. Along zvith his scholastic ability, Binnie zvas a great one on the tennis court or at the ping-pong table. We predict success and happiness. (ttnrmtljian January
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