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Page 13 text:
J Re1nel W Levltan C Brady R
Spencer F G
THEY ll ll 0Ull CUVIMUNIUUE
Ads, ads and more ads that was the underlymg cause
of the wrmkled brows and the generally harrassed ap
pearance of the members of the Warrlor Busmess Staff
The1r task called for the spendmg of unl1m1ted t1me ln
outslde work but unlty cooperatlon and determmatlon
prevalled Then after makmg publ1cat1on of the War
1101 posslble, this same staff was called upon to arouse
enthuslasm 1n the st d
t1s1ng campaugn followed by a personal approach sec
ured more subscrlb
ers than had been set for a quota
Workmg Wlth the 1ntent1on of obtammg All Amen
can 1at1ng for honor based on mer1ts the Ed1tor1al Staff
of the Warrlor h
ac 18Ved some remarkable results I
add1t1on to lncreaslng the numb
er and varlety of plc
tures contaxned 111 1tS pages th
e Warr1or mcluded many
The Warrlor Staff IS composed of students of hlgh
scholast1c standlngs It was thelr duty to prepare th1S
annual as accurat l as posslble It was a
e y hard task
but smce only good scholars and students of proven
character were permltted to Joln the group they were
equal to the work
When the a
governments are busy
spreadlng the1r 1deOlOg1eS through our land lt was the
pr1v1lege of th1s staff t
o act as propagandlsts of the
Amerlcan way of hfe
gents of totalltarlan
' ' u ent body. A whirlw' d - ll
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Sponsoos J Chapman D Patnales A Lovmg
Offzcers M Yates J Chengges C Smith M Constanza L Woods
BUAIIII 0F TRATEGY
Any group of young people like to be
able to ask for advlce wlthout surrend
erlng thelr freedom of action The
class of June 1941 has been fortunate
lll havmg lnterested sponsors who were
always avallable fox l'OllSllltdll0ll Much
that Illlglll have been work was turned
lnto play bv the jolly Splrlt wlth whlch
lt was tackled
By thelr lack of dlctatorlal manner,
then complete unselflshness, and thelr
work for and with the class, these spon
sons proved that teachers can be people
Going into aotlon with our ohoson loaders
The fever and speculatlon created by the nommatlon of
oftlcers the lntense campalgnmg and sharp rlvalry
created the breathless Waltlng for the elect1on returns
are now past hlstory 1n the llves of the senlors
The early part of March found the semors deep ln
the throes of selectmg whom to g1V8 thelr vote the
Trojanlte or the M1ller1te Party Charles Smlth was
lyn Yates recordmg secretary Leotha Woods fxnan
clal secretary Myrtle Costanza treasurer
Wlthout conscious thought of what they were domg
the semors who voted practlced one of the most 1m
portant functlons of a democracy They took the rlght to
choose their class offlcers as natural as the sequence of
mght after day But before they voted they ser1ously
consldered the qL1al1f1Cat101'1S of the candldates They
looked at thelr past records ln school aCt1V1t19S They
knew what they wanted and they knew because un
hke many of the older generatlon they have been
taught to thmk before they act to dlscern and to dls
crlmmate between fact and fancy
To lead thelr class they chose the versatlle and well
known Charles Smlth whose act1v1t1es range from boys
tenms team to debatmg and dra 1at1CS J1mmy fas
he 1S commonly calledj Chengges another whose cap
ab1l1ty has been proven was chosen to be v1ce presldent
The Job of recordmg secretary was glven to Macelyn
Yates who proved her rlght to that offlce by her f1ne
work as f1nanc1al secretary of the 12B class Leotha
Woods after servmg so well as v1ce presldent to the
12B class was elected to the post of f1nanc1al secretary
Agaln the voters expressed thelr conf1dence 1n the
honesty and mtegrlty of Myrtle Costanza by re electmg
her class treasurer
Thus far the class has succeeded m upholdmg the
prmc1ples of falr play cooperatlon and democracy
When the lI'1d1VldU.al practlces these baslc ldeas lt means
that these are 1nst1lled 1n h1m forever not only Elldlflg
h1s class and school but h1S home and h1s country
Always 1n the background we see a gllldlllg hand
a constructlvely cr1t1cal eye the co ordlnators of the
class machmery yes the sponsors In our senlor class
set up the sponsors are the majors the class offlcers
the heutenants the commxttee heads are top sergeants
and the other members buck pr1vates They all work
together for one purpose to have the best posslble grad
uatlng class ever to leave Mlller
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THELMA ABNEY Lzttle B11
Mll MATERIAL ADMETHUD gmcgggfgta,
Seelng the greatest Slllgli? lllilllSlI'l3l lllllt 111 the world
was one of the many 9YPlllllg expemenf-es that tl1e senlors
enjoyed thls year
One cold frostv mormnv the fn st bus lo ld of flfty
bClll0I'S left for 1 VlSll to the Ford Fu tory All transportatlon
was furnlshed hy courtesy of the COIIIPEIIIV
Thls huge plant bllSlly IPI-lllllllg naval I'CCI'll1lS, lnakmg
alllOl'Il0bll6S, and PI'0flllClIlg plane parts was an excellent lll
troductlon to AIIICPICH s best defense tools ln the hands of
n1en who can use them
JOUDA ABRAHAM Rocky
Camera Club Track Team WBYYIOY
CARL ADAMS Adams
Warmor Eu mes Staff Dramatlcs
JOHN ROBERT AGUSTI Slun
Baseball Team Itallan Club
Ambltlon Fly an alrplane
CHARLES ALECCIA Charlze
Amb1t1on A1rplane mechamc or Pllot
CHARLES ALLEN Shortze
Basketball Team Dramatxcs War
r1or Staff Trojan Staff
Amb1t1on To be a successful man
CARL ALLISON A
RUDOLPH ALVIRA Rudy
Amb1t1on To go to college
EMORY ANDREWS Head
Amb1t1on To study tool and dle
BEN ARINI Twotone
ARTELIUS ARMSTEAD Arne
Amb1t1on Electncal Engmeer
LILLIAN ARNOLD Shortze
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