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MM )l m yM ' -4|-VM- First raw: Ackcrman, Smith, Ruch, MacDoiKilii, Conrad, George, Hciman, Adams, Folick, Nicksick, Tcrchila, Bond, Brumbaugh, J.imcs, kkcs, Hackcnsmiih, Nocarcschi, Wean, Tuhovak, Hysong, Ramscll, Gosncll, Ebv, Miller, Francis X«o« rou. Silllnian, Howe, Johnson, Lynch, Feeney, Williams, Gury, Maniula, Hmterworth, Horner, Anderson, Fox, Fox, Ribbleit, Sivcrd, Gaston, McMastcr, Tompkins, McCamn, Bittinger, Groleau, Quinn, Whitaker, McMillcn Third rou: Abel, Tombaugh, Wicscn, Arnold, McPhiliniv, Schrock, Stoner, Brantliaver, Rieniann, Cadzow, Walt, Mountsicr, Goebert, Holmes, Crooks, Palmcrino, Shousc, Hartman, Glasscr, Brickcll, Markey, Reznor, Henry, Monfredo, Doktor Fourth rou: Costantino, Biclski, Gillespie, Munro, Grandinett, Wardlaw, Kelly, Williams, Harl, Shaulis, Field, Gandolph, Brantlinger, Christy, Tobias, Kcpplc, Carper, Caldwell, Robling, Harris, Truxal, Rook, McDowell, Weiss, Radakcr Fifth row: Heilman, Smith, McMinn, Graham, Smith, Huston, Boyer, Naugle. Daniels, Smith, Daughcrty, Rcdfoot, Hughes, Stillwagon, Blasco, Shaffer, Fcnnell- Kimbcrland, McCellan, McCunn, McAfoosc, Kniselcy, Bluhm, Younkin, Cramer, Fry Bciiii; a junior is difFcrcnt from hcini either a freshman or a sophomore in several viral wavs. The most obvious and natural changes are an increasing maturity and a stronger realization of both the difficulties and satisfactions involved in a teaching career. This greater acceptance of adult responsi- b ilities must needs bring about an informality of class atmosphere and a more intimate contact with faculty members which are in themselves beneficial. Being nearer to the actual student teaching situation results in m( : interested, intelligent observa- tir " and, opportunity for assistance in ne classroom. Another change is in the attitude of respect in awarding major positions. Joy Mahachek is sponsor and ad- viser. Officers for the past year were Raymond Johnston, President; Dor- othy Beale, ' ice-Presidcnt; Charlotte Stidham, Secretary; and James McKee Treasurer. The most important event of the year was the junior Prom which was held on April 6. Recreation Hall had been beautifully and artistically dec- orated for Kay Lively and his Orches- tra furnished the music. twccn dances and at intermission re- freshments of punch and cakes were served. Both the enthusiastic support of the entire Junior Class and the work of the committees helped to make the prom a success. The committees were headed by the class officers and made up of members from every department in the college. Their personnel was as follows: decoration, Esau Moto- vich, chairman, Esther Caldwell, Sally Holben, Fleming Moodv, Joseph Shu- ster, John Long; music, James McKee, chairman, Charlotte Litsinger, Elmer Wareham; program, Rav Johnston, chairman, Louise Anderson, Sarah Caldwell; invitation, Charlotte Stid- ham, chairman, Frances Mountsier, Harry Grandinett; and refreshment, Dorothy Beale, chairman, Thelma Campbell, and Betty Harris. 49
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Junior Class m ii Johnston, Bealc, Stidham, McKec CLASS OFFICERS President, . . . . Vice-President Secretary ... Treasurer -Ray Johnston Dorothy Beale Charlotte Stidham Iames McKee Student Council Representatives Helen Stillw AGON William Johnson Ronald Bond Frank McGrew Finirow: Blain. Ross, Artley, Caldwell, Thomas, Walton, DiMauro, Smith, McKreil, Ehncr, Ross, Shank Second row: Dinger, McGrew, McKce, Smith, Ta ' lor, Hindman, Scott, Baggerly, Manville Third row: Wareham, Camphcll, Klinlc, Wilgus, Griffith, Wolfe, Jacques, Sheaffer, Cooper, Shuster, Whittaker Fourth row: Seitz, Rockefeller, Horner, Sandy, Vinton, Pollock, Pounds, Kirk, Bruno, Orlosky Fifth row: Elko, Hargraves, McGee, Pounds, Kearney, Santanelli, Pritts, Liebl, Johnston, Donofsky, Freeman, Swauger Probably one of the most significant things about any class is its relative make-up as to departments since this division indicates to a certain extent the interests and objectives of its members. A brief scrutiny of office statistics reveals much that is interest- ing concerning the composition of the Class of 1941. Of the two hundred ninety-four juniors the Elementary Department with eighty persons or twenty-seven per cent has the largest number. Twenty-four per cent of he class is included in the seventy- vo students of the Business Educa on Department. Next in order comes the Secondary Education group which has eighteen per cent or fifty-two persons. The other three special departments: Home Economics, with forty-five girls making up fifteen per cent; Music, with eleven per cent or thirty students; and Art, five per cent or fifteen stu- dents, complete the membership. 48
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Sophomore Class Perhlio, Cassell, Frischmann, OToole CLASS OFFICERS Presidmt Anthony Perfilio Vic:-President James OToole Secretary Marjorie Cassell Treasurer Donald Frischmann Student Council Representat ves James Hess Glenn Davis A teniate Elmer Nicklas In the first semester of its freshman year, the Class of 1942, with L. H. Schnell, its adviser, met for the pur- pose of becoming organized. It se- lected a nominating committee with a representative from each depart- ment. These committee members drew up a slate from which the group elected Glenn Davis, President; Ralph Wisor, Vice-President; Helen Smith, Secretary; and Anthony Perfilio, Treasurer. After electing the class officers, the group chose Mary Ander- son and James Hess as Student Coun- cil representatives. The year ' s social highlight was the Freshman Prom. F irst row. Zurakos sky, Leslie, Moury, Quail, Sulkaski, Seanor, Sutter, Davis, Karabinus, Schrecongost, Watson, Shaull, Routch, Leech, Opel, Howe, Himes, Sample, Kearney, Lehman, Rairigh, Brandon, Dare, Fish, Roberts, Workinger, Harshbarger, Casseday, Edsall, Hanna Second raw.- Schry, Burns, Hartley, Beall, Crawford, J. Russel, L. Russell, Smith, Slack, Hoffman, Pollock, Rca, Austin, Detweiler. Dobson, Wilson, M. McCreary, Williams, Altemus, Brown, McFeaters, Barr, Lentz, Korb, M. A. McCreary, Graham, Ray, Hershberger, Mulhollcn, Lowe, Spicher, Evanko T jJrd row: Eyer, Wilson, Llovd, Lindberg, Matrangal, Lyke, Quinn, Powell, Cunningham, Vogel, Rankin, Teeter, Wissinger, Wilgus, Hayes, Beacom, Smith, Whit- field, Danner, Gebhardt, Stahl, Stoner, Lewis, Saloam, Zeltner, Mattio, Schwartz, Zellefrow, Williams, Miller, Taylor Fourth row: Sutton, Buchanan, Lydick, Shaffer, Kane, Putney, Smith, Park, Adams, Corcoran, Stull, Wagner, Trombly, Archibald, Carney, Bennett, Kitto, Gass, Hileman, Randall, Johnston, Yanity, Billingslie, Brumelheide, Henderson, Binkey, Billups, Mikich Fi t j row: Wine, Koenig, Shank, Black, Letzler, Trainer, Litzinger, DeMatt, Freed, Munn, Rigby, Dick, Iruby, Wiley, Andres, Ross, Morris, Kellcy, Tinley, Feitshans, Anderson, Solanik, Stern, Fleming, Whitman, Kotching, Troxell, Bamford 50
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