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IN THE fall of 1942, a group of thirty-seven green but fun-loving,
happy Freshman began to run the gauntlet of four tedious years of high
school. Now, June 1946, we reflect at the panorama of our high school
career-four years during which we developed good sportmanship, which
built up our Class spirit, and gained book knowledge.
To carry us triumphantly through our "salad days," our Freshman
Officers were: President, Ida Robinson, Vice President, Joyce Smith,
Secretary, Geraldine Chapman, Treasurer, Wayne Senske.
Our class numbered twenty-six as we courageously ventured into
our sophomore year capably led by: President, Donald Sweeney, Vice
President, Raymond Heintzg Secretary, Harold Roush, Treasurer,
Each- year gaining more and more recognition and fame, we opti-
mistically tackled our junior course with these officers: President,
Margaret Perkins, Vice President, Stephen Wozowiczg Secretary, David
Hawkins, Treasurer, Doris Eckert. It was during this year that we made
our successful stage debut with "Jerry Breaks a Datef, Oh, yes, we
ordered our class rings, pledging loyalty to our alma mater-P.C.S.
The beginning of our senior year we chose Margaret Perkins as
President. She has been ably assisted by: Vice President, Donald Sweeney,
Secretary, Doris Eckert, Treasurer, Stephen Wozowicz. At the same
time we chose our Class Motto-
"To thine own self be true.
And it must follow, as the night the day,
Thou canst not then be false to any man."
We also decided to have Blue and Gold for Class Colors, and in keeping
with the class colors we selected the yellow rose as our Class Flower.
The class of 1946 has proved that seventeen seniors can be united
in an energetic, successful group. Gaining more confidence and more fun
with each enterprise, we have sponsored the sale of candy at sports events,
conducted a scrap paper drive, published an annual, enjoyed class parties,
and presented A Mystery-Comedy "The Black Derby,', record break-
ing in its popularity.
Donald Dole left the senior class in March to represent us in the
United States Navy. We salute him.
Margaret Perkins, a member of our class has a generous amount of
energy in her activities of sports.
Dick Hardinger, a member of our class, is a Scientific Wiz.
, Donald Sweeney and Bryan Nagel are our All Star Basketball
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Class flower Yellow Rose
"To thine own self be true,
And it must follow as the mght the day
Thou canst not then be false to any man
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Klan, wang 7946
Time: After June 24th
Scene: Lawyer Rendell's Office
Cast: Lawyer Rendell
Future Senior Class
As the scene opens, the lawyer is standing with a sealed envelope
which contains the will of the class of nineteen hundred and forty-six,
clenched in his hand. The suspense is evident in the faces of the new
senior class, while the faculty try to maintain their dignity with ex-
pressions of nonchalance. Lawyer Rendell picks up the letter opener
and as he slits the envelope, he announces in a solemn voice: "Ladies and
gentlemen-I am about to read the last will and testament of the class
Lorraine bestows her unobstrusive ways to Ken Fuller.
Stephen's shy manner and prompt assignments are bequeathed to
Johnny has finally consented to leave his curly locks to either
Leo Yager or Harold Chapman.
Don Dole wishes to leave all of his excess love to Pat
To his brother Bill, Bry bestows his sparkling smile and technique
Calthough Bill doesn't actually need itj .
Steve Davis leaves his knack of getting out of assignments to
Dick has willed his "gift of gab' to Dolores Eckert.
Don Sweeney wants his ability in sports to stay in the family: Good
Margaret is handing down her popularity and slap-happy manner
Hod leaves "Susie" to anyone who'll accept it this car, that isj .
We present Mike Emules with Donna's driver's license, to lessen
accident hazards in surrounding communities.
Doris bestows her prestige in the Cafe to June Fuller.
Marilyn leaves her excellent marks in Social Studies regents to
Lillian and Joyce gladly will their hosts of masculine admirers to
Carol Swanson and Marie Vander Kooi.
Elinor leaves her sterling character to Howard McNitt.
Lucille bequeaths her unconcern for life and its problems to Carl
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