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Page 65 text:
The members of the Junior Class united
on the college campus in the fall of '42
looking more ambitious and enthusiastic
than ever. Of course they realized that
they had a busy year ahead and they must
pitch right in and work.
The main purpose of all the endeavors
of the class were getting enough funds to
entertain the Seniors and still leave enough
for their senior year. In the fine art of
securing the funds, they soared the highest
of any Junior Class. The class was ham-
pered a great deal in the usual profitable
enterprise of selling wares at the basket-
ball games. Here they are indebted to their
president, Roger Birdsall for the success
they did have because of his mysterious
ability to secure an "abundance" of candy
when all of the wholesale houses in town
were rationing their sweets with delicate
discrimination. But the class took ad-
vantage of some golden opportunities in
their other enterprises to more than make
up for this. They held their first Penny
Supper during the Mission Short Course and
their other Penny Supper during the Har-
wood School. The two suppers consequent-
ly were very well attended and brought in
the "dough." Their usual May Day act-
ivities were impossible due to the short-
ening of school, so the class promptly
brought in a Spring Festival. ln secur-
ing Queen Virginia Williams to rule over
the festivities a larger total of votes were
cast than in any previous contest of this
sort. Totaling everything-the capital of
the class kept "Dublin"
The class was royally entertained at a
skating party in the spring by the Freshmen
who apparently wanted to show a deep ap-
preciation for the junior-Freshman party
in the fall. Near the close of the school
the Juniors entertained the Seniors in the
annual reception. They used a good share
of their funds in really trying to give the
Seniors a line farewell party.
Besides all of the usual work of a
junior Class the members did a. great share
of the work in other activities. Nearly all
of the organizations had a junior as leader
at some time during the year.
"The junior Class searches the senior
horizon with keen interest and anticipation,
while wishing the Sophomore Class loads
of success next year."
Page 64 text:
Two Year Graduates
DONNA BORTON, wauseon, ohio-Bible Diploma. 'I'-
Donna has been active in the following: Zeta I, 21 Y. W.
C. A. 1, 22 Gospel Volunteers T, 2: Christian Endeavor
1, 2: Dramatics 'Club 2 .... lndustrious and enthusiastic.
. . . Full of pep and fun .... intensely interested in Chapel
programs .... Takes a daily nap in Lit. Class.
DONNA MCCREERY, l'luntington-Commerce Diploma.
Donna has been active in the following: Girl's Quartet T,
23 A Cappella Choir I, 25 Zeta I: Gospel Volunteers I,
25 Christian Endeavor l, 2 .... Sweet, simple, and home
loving .... A melodious voice .... Her hopes are Lee's
BETTY PLASTERER, Huntington-Commerce Diplo-
ma. Betty has been active as typist for the Huntingtonian.
. . . Witty and charming .... Writes to a soldier overseas.
. . . Is the added attraction in the County Agent's office.
. . . Thinks she will be an old maid.
EUNICE ROOF, Burlington, Mich.-JCommerce Diploma.
Eunice has been active in the following: A Cappella Choir
I, 23 Girl's Quartet 1, 21 Zeta ig Gospel Volunteers I, 2,
3: Pres. 31 Christian Endeavor I, 2, 35 Dramatics Club 3.
. . . Has a smile for everyone .... Likes to sing and travel.
. . . Writes letters to a sailor . . . Is an ever-ready
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President ....... .... R oger Birclsall
Vice President . . . .... Milton Schumm
Secretary ..... ..... I sabelle Tabb
Treasurer . . . . . . Virginia Keplar
Mildred Rnwlcy, Dale Pence, Jack Roush, Byrclcna Moore
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