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1935 THE SIREN 1935
First Row: Dorothy Monaghan, Lonelle Williamson, Helen Penzimer, Mary O'Neil, Ella
Evans Ctreasurerb, Eleanor Kehoe tpresidentl, Michael Tyran tvice presidenti, Marjorie Coffee
tsecretaryl, Frances Vveigel, Jean McGurk, Grace Moyer, Ruth Cook, Congetta Guido. Second
Row: Daniel Collins, Russell Schafer, Glenn Robinson, Walter Baron, Frederick Latus, Richard
Jenks, Donald Hadley, Pauline Munsell, Lois Keehle, Eva Lowell, Vivian Collins, Agnes Carroll,
Ellen Dutton, Vincent DiMare, Michael Donahue, Charles Gaffney, Yates Kennedy, Robert
Everly, Peter Hyrb, Wilbur Lee. Third Row: Robert Thomas, Paul Yager, John Miller, Mr.
Clark fadviserl, Arnold Semanik, Stanley Komorek. Albert Hanson, Louis Stephenson. Harold
Quick. Fourth Row: Kenneth Smith, Carlton Henkle, Lester White.
The Junior Class
We, the junior class, started our freshman year with 59 pupils. During that
year, we lost a few members, and when we started our sophomore year, there were
only 51 of us. This year there are 4-8 in the class.
Mr. Clark has been our class adviser for the last two terms. Our class officers
are as follows: Eleanor Kehoe, president, Michael Tyran, vice presidentg Marjorie
Coffee, secretary, and Ella Evans, treasurer.
To earn some money for increasing our treasury, we had a bake sale and two
radio dances. Then, to break the monotony of having so many activities, for which
the purpose was to make money, we had a class party.
The juniors were well represented in athletics. Ruth Cook, Grace Moyer, Thel-
ma Harrison and Ella Evans were the girls who represented the junior class in basket-
ball. The boys who represented the junior class in basketball were: Kenneth
Smith, Arnold Semanik, Harold Quick, Paul Yager, Michael Tyran, Lester White,
Stanley Komorek, Albert Hanson, Louis Stephenson and Theodore Peck. The fol-
lowing boys tried for track: Carlton Henkle, .Harold Quick, Yates Kennedy, Michael
Tyran, Stanley Komorek, Louis Stephenson and Walter Baron. Kenneth Smith, Paul
Yager, Albert Hanson and Lester White are playing baseball on the regular league
ln the local prize speaking contest, Louis Stephenson won first place and
Richard Jenks won third place. Five juniors took part in the Christmas play. They
were: Lester White, Yates Kennedy, Arnold Semanik, Thelma Harrison and Lonelle