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Page 13 text:
Good things come to those
Monitor, Glee Club, Class Bus-
BAKER, BETTY JANE
There is a woman at the be-
yinning of all great things.
East High, Cleveland, G. A. A.
Glee Club, Octette, Choir.
The mildmvt manners with the
Annual Staff, Sr. Vice Presi-
dent, Comet Staff, Secay Hi-Y,
Baseball, President Commer-
anistmwe is a merry tread.
G. A. A., Girl Reserves.
Life is too short to waste.
Latin Club, Dramatics Club,
Glee Club, Executive C0mm.3.
Just a chip of the old block.
Band, Orchestra, Monitor.
Variety is the very spice of
Annual Staff, Comet Staff,Ex-
ecutive Committee 3, Jr. Sr.
Plays, Latin Club 2, Dramatics
"I'is best to he xelf-Texpectivv
and conscience free.
Annual Staff, Debating Club,
Dramativs Club, Monitor, A
Cappella Choir, Class Basket-
Not failure. but low aim is
Girl Reserves, Glee Club, Choir,
See how .wlf-mmposed she is!
W'is grand to live and enjoy
G. A. A. Monitor, Class Bas-
ketball, Class Volleyball, Glee
But to be alive brings happi-
Annual Staff, Monitor, Hi-Y.
Page 12 text:
The class of ,39 entered Seienceville Sept. 3, 1935, 169 in number. Social
events of the Freshman year were a Halloween party at which Jean Funk-
houser and Richard Card won costume prizes, and a skating party.
In our Sophomore year Miss Lee, Mr. Alexander, and Mr. Lewis were
our advisers. Franklin Jackson was elected president; Mike Levitsky vice
president; Aileen IVIcFaH Sec,y. and treasurer. A Halloweien party was held
at the school, and a class weiner roast in Mill Creek Park.
Our Junior year was very active. First a play, which was a great suc-
cess, was given. It was directed by Miss Rowland and starred Robert Cow-
den and Sophie Robnik. We sold candy in the gym and at all entertainments.
Easter eggs and Christmas cards were sold in season. We set an all time re-
eord by selling 513 dozens of doughnuts at one time. We held two dances at
the ttY,i College, one in October and one in May. Both were very successful.
The last event of our Junior year was the Prom that we gave the Seniors.
Helen Zinns was Prom Queen with Ruth Wilcox and Jean Funkhouser as at-
At the beginning of our Senior year Robert Cowden was elected president
Bill Berard, vice president; Edith Williams, Secretary; Frieda Steib, treas-
urer. We held two dances this year, one at Wardts Hall in November and
one at the Nu-Elms Ballroom in February. Rings with a picture of the school
on where chosen. The last and best social event of the year was the Prom which
the Juniors invited the Seniors to attend.
Edith Williams is our class valedictorian and Mike Levitsky took second
place in scholastic honors. On June 14, 86 seniors received their diplomas.
Page 14 text:
l1lisf0rtu'nves can not stop my
Varsity Basketball 2-3-4, J r.
Hi. Basketball, Executive Com-
mittee 4., Vice President Latin
Club, Monitor, Baseball 4.
0h. give us a man who sings
at his work.
Annual Staff, Hi-Y President,
Varsity Football 3-4, Band and
Orchestra, Jr.-Sr. Plays, Jr. Hi.
The best things are within
our reach. thy stray?
Annual Staff, Sr. Class Presi-
dent, Executive Committee, Jr.
Sr. Plays, Latin Club, Band
I never knew one with such
a good nature.
Annual Staff, Comet Staff, Sr.
Plays, Debating, Hi-Y, Com-
If there was a sad moment in
his life, it was hidden. by his
Central Colored HighALa.
Speak little, but well, if you
would be esteemed.
Annual Staff, Hi-Y, Glee Club
Choir, Basketball 2, Monitor,
Men of few words are the
G l e e C l u b , Mixed Chorus,
Choir, 0 p e r e t t a, Christmas
All musical people are happy
A n n 11 31 Staff, Comet Staff,
Band and Orchestra, Dram-
atics Club, G. A. A. Glee Club.
To help others is divine.
Annual Staff, Comet Staff,
Latin Club, Glee Club, Com-
mercial Club, Monitor.
She 1's like a busy little bee.
Annual Staff, Comet Staff, Girl
Reserves, Monitor, Commercial
The world belongs to the en;-
Annual Staif, Varsity Foot-
ball 3-4, Varsity Basketball 2-
3-4., Baseball, Hi-Y Treasurer
3-4, Band and Orchestra.
Smile, and the world smiles
Glee Club, Choir, Hi-Y.
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