Scienceville High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Youngstown, OH)

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v i.le5: . K A 1941 Silhouette Scienceville High School Scienceville, Ohio F ORE WORD XVC have compiled :1 record of the achievements and accomplishments of the Classes and organiza- tions to help in sustaining the memory of thc Cher- ished years in Sciencevillc High School. The Staff presents the product of their hard work for your approval With the hope that you realize the hard work and difficulties that have been faced. So hail and farewell to thc Classes of 1941tmay happi- ness and success attend all their efforts. DEDICATION VVC dedicate the 1941 Silhouette to uur parents. who have made it possible fur us to attend schnul, to our teachers whose guidance and instructinn have led us through our four years and to our Class advisors. Mr. Doyle, Miss Cnttermzm, and Miss Orville. Three VV. L, Richcy C. V. Thompson THE TRAVELERS The little town of Trochate stands on a mountain top in Sweden. It can be reached only by a cog railroad up the mountain side. At the station at the foot of the mountain is a sign which reads: "You will find at Trochatc good bread and meat and wine; but if you want a good time, you will have to bring it With you." We sincerely hope you are "taking, with you from Scicnccvillc High some qualities which will aid you to be successful and to achieve a measure of happiness. There are many qualities, of course, which go to make a satis- factory pattern for living. Each pattern is unique, having the emphasis placed upon different qualities, or perhaps having some quality which is absent in anotheris pattern. Wc hopc you have made a few friends who will keep intact the bonds of friendship for many years; that you have developed a capacity for friend- ship-giving the soul healing power of comfort, aid. and understanding- which will enable you to make new friends along the way. XVe hope that you have caught a glimpse of that stem virtue of courage that leads men to face without Hinching whatever lies before and that makes men keep on no matter how hard or discouraging the way. We hope you have come to feel a responsibility for preserving and dc- veloping the institutions and agencies which stabilize societyethe home, the church, the school, the state. Great problems are pressing for Solution which youth must help to solve. M 11y you use your inlluence to Continue the solution of our problems by the process of Hevolution" rather than "revolution? The world is Calling you to come To lift the banner high, We would not bid you stay the drum Or lag behind and sigh. Go proudly forth on willing feet! Let nothing you betray! You cannet fail to climb the steep To catch some shining ray. eW. L. Riehey, + l appreciate this opportunity afforded me by the Staff of the Silhouette to congratulate each member of the Class of 1941 upon their successful Completion of the prescribed work of the Public Schools. The past twelve years have provided you the opportunity to gain the rudiments of 2m educa- tion; to intelligently interpret your heritage from the past; and. by intro- spection, to form an outline of the role you may best play in the continuous drama of life which lies before you. We lX'liCVe that you have acquired some knowledge and formed Ilt least the beginning of :1 philosophy of life which may assist you in adjusting your- self to :1 changing World; where the very foundations of our civilization are qualiing with the impact of :1 tremendous upheaval that is rocking the modern linzmeizll, political. social and spiritual worlds. The world is in need of sane, industrious, honest, patriotic men and Women who will meet uucringiug the facts of life, whether this nation he at peace or war. Men and women who would rather stand erect, and face death if necessary, than on bended knee pay obeiszmce to 2m autocratic despot. The classes immediately preceeding you have faced unemployment and stagnation. Conditions have changed. You are facing 21 world crisis where there is an urgent Work for all. Your current world is making history at a frenzied pace. You are, asked to leave the sidelines and join the actors on the stage. You are facing the times with health, knowledge and the exuberance of youth. You will meet the Challenge with leads up and 21 burning realization that, HYou are living, you are dwelling. In 11 grand and awful time. In an age, on ages telling, To be llvmg is sublimefy -C. V. Thompson. Five Back Roxv M1 . McConnell, Mr, Harness, D. W. Richards, Mr. Luxon, Mr. Boyd. Mr. McGinnis, Mr. lihrman, Miss Clark, Miss Jones, Miss Fowler. Middle Row Mr. Alexander, Mr. Lewis, Mr. Heckman. Mr. Beeghley, Mr. Benninger, Miss Zeisler. Miss Scidcl, Miss Porter. Miss Hoskin. Front Row Mis5 Cottcrman, Miss Orville. Mr. Doyle. Mr. Miller, Mr. Richey, Mr. Thompson, Miss Miller, Miss Johnson, Miss Zappi, Mr. Beachman. FACULTY Warren L. Richey Principal, HS. in Ed Ohio State and Miami Univ., M.A. Univ. of Pittslmrgh. C. V. Thoulpson Asssistant Principal, A.B. Ohio Univ., M.A. Ohio State 1929. N. D. Alexander B.A. Ohio Wesleyan University, MA. Ohio State University. William W. Bcacham B.C.S. Youngstown College, M.Ed. of Pittsburgh. James L. Beeghly AB. Mount Union, AM. University of Michigan. James J. BcnningcrwBS. W'esteru Reserve University, Cleveland School of Art. L. M. B0yd A.B. Rio Grande College, University of Pittsburgh. Golda C0tterman-Anthony Wayne Institute, BS. in Ed, Bliss College. Univ. of Pittsburgh. Xdrian Doyle BS. in lid. Knit State University. Joseph E. Ehrmann Bow1ing Green State University, BS. Degree in Industries. Mildred Fowler AB. Miami University. L. N. Harness Miami University, Math. Milton A. Heckman;B.A. Ncwberry College, University of Pittsburgh. Helen M. lloskin Kcnt University, BS. in Ed., University of Pittsburgh. Beatrice J01111$011 Obcr1in College. Catherine M. J0ncs Batt1e Creek College B,.S. of Home Economics. G. Gordon Lewis lidinbor0 State Teachers College. B.S. in Ed., M. of Ed, Duke Univ. Harold W. Luxon Kcnt State University BS. in Ed., Graduate School Univ. of Pittsburgh. W. D. McConnell Kent State University, BS. in Ed. Benjamin C. McGinnis B.S. in Ed, Kent State Univ.. Univ. of Pittsburgh. Hazel Miller A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University. Lyle Millcr-BS. in lid, Kent State. Josephine Orvillc-Ohio University. B.SS, Univ. of Pittsburgh. Florence P011d R.S. in Ed, Kent State University. Josephine W. PortcrADiploma Class Kent State Univ,, 8.5. in Ed. Youngstown College. D. West Richards B.Mus.Ed , F.T.S.C, L.T.S.C., London, England. Lulu C. Seidel-ABA Westminster College. Philomena Zappi-AB., Mt. Union College, University of Pittsburgh, M. of Lit. Julia Zeisler Kent State University, B.S- in Ed. JUNE CLASS HONOR STUDENTS . Libby DeBacco Ncna Macarchcniu Beatrice Clemens . Nick chitsky Helen Rayouk Betty Ausnchcimcr . Helen Hall AN N UAL S TAF F Top Row, left to right Rudy Hamrock, John Soroka. William McGlen, Jack Nichols, John Stanton, Frances Green, George Kirkman, Otis Jennings, Glen Baum, Paul Kowal. Charlotte Hynes, Josephine Bruce. Middle Row, left to right-Mr. Lewis, Dorothy Fuller, Minerva Chazanoff, Betty Helsel, Elizabeth Kolesar, Rose Perry, Mary N. Avritt, Nick Livitsky, Helen Hall, Anna Kotch, Anna Macynski, Dorothy Johnson, Mildred Higgins, Dorothy Seigh. Front Row, left to right Phy11is Deterding, Lucretia Johnson. Blanche Rosser, Mary Jane Laurie, Libby Debacco, Beatrice Clemens. Bill Cowden, Freda Baun. Ida Pallay. Kathleen Clark, Betty Ausneheimer, Violet Clark, Jessie Jones, Caroline Traenkle. Editor-in-Chief...... ....Beatrice Clemens January Editor .......................................... Bill Cowden Assistant Editor.. WCharles Leasure Secretary ....................... Libby DeBacco Bueiness Manager. .Nick Levitsky January Bus. Mgr.............,.....,Marlin Shepherd Adv. Manager... .. Rose Perry ' Sales Manager ....... .. Paul Lukich Dummy Committce VVi11iam Cowden, Nick Levitsky, Marln Shepherd, John Stanton. Advertisements Rose Perry, Glen Baun, Ray Borman, Mary Nan Avritt, Marie Miller, Ida Mae Pallay, Helen Hall. Violet Clark, Blanche Rosser. Lucretia Johnson. Kathleen Clark, Minerva Chazanov, Dorothy Seigh, Libby DeBacco. W'm. McGlen. Cover Ange1ine DelFlorc, Caroline Traenklc. Freda Baum. Dorothy Johnson. Snapshots-Wm. McGlcn, Mary Jane Laurie, Dorothy Fuller, Dorothy Seigh, Anne Kotsch, Lucretia Johnson. Humor Jessie Jones, Paul Lukich, Marie Miller. Photography Committee Betty Helsel, John Stanton, Phyllis Deterding. Individual Writeup5 Car01ine Traenkle, Phyllis Deterding, james Patterson, Betty Helsel Jack Nichol, Helen Hall, Otis Jennings Class Prophesy Betty Helsel, Helen Hall. Class Wi11 A1111a Macynski, Helen Rayouk, Betty Ausneheimer, Eleanor Smith, Blanche Rosser. : Art VVarren Harris, Jimmy Pannunzio. Club Freda Baun, Charlotte Hynes, Dorothy Fuller. Helen Hall, Betty Helsel. Sport VVriteupSwHarry Cipriano. Faculty Advisor-vG. Gordon Lewis -0000000 000000100 gammy 3:925on J AN UARY CLASS DEDICATION To our good friend and advisor, Louis Boyd, in appreciation of his sin- cere assistance and guidance, wc dedi- cate our portion of the 1941 Silhouette. CLASS HISTORY This class, numbering 50, entered Scieneeville High School on February 1, 1936. Miss Hawkins and Mr. Hoffmnster were the home room teachers the lirst semester. Miss Mary Lupse and Mr. Miller were the home room teach- ers the first semester. Miss Mary Lupse and Mr. Miller were the home room teachers the second semester. The only events of the Freshman year were home ruom programs. In the Sophomore year there were 30 members enrolled in the class and Miss Lupse was the home room teacher. Home room programs were con- tinued and at the end of the school term a picnic was held at Mill Creek Park in codperation with the Sophomore As There were twenty-eight students enrolled in the Junior year. Mr. Boyd was the advisor. The class officers were: President, Marlin Shephard; Vice- President, Lucretia johnsun; Secretary and Treasurer, Caroline Traenkle. Christmas cards and Easter eggs were sold to help sponsor the Junior-Senior Prom. In the first semester of the Senior year we kept the same advisor and officers. J11 April, the class presented the play, HShzldow of Terror," directed by Miss Philomena Zzlppi, A picnic was held at Mill Creek Park in June. In the second semester starting in September, 1940, new officers were elected. President, Bill Cuwden; Vice President, Blanche Rosser; Recording Secretary, Phyllis Deterding; Corresponding Secretary, Caroline Traenkle; and Treasurer, Lucretia johnson. A skating party at Rayenwood Roller Rink was sponsored in October. A formal banquet was held at the Dinner Bell on January 15, 1941. An assembly program was given by the class 011 class day, January 17. Baccalaureate was held on Sunday. January ,19th. Com- mencement exercises were January 22. 1941. CLASS DATA Class Colors ................................. Red and Beige COMMENCEMENT COMMTTEE Flower ............................................................ Gardenia Lucretia Johnson William Cowden Phyllis Deterding Marlin Shepherd OFFICERS President ....... William Cowden CLASS DAY COMMITTEE Vice President... ........ Blanche Rosser r. , RCC. Secretary ------------- thnis lDett-rding VVlllllilln COWdCH JZUHCS CZIYtCF COITCS. Sedy: ................... Cglr'olinc Traenkle Minerva Chaznoff Marli'n Sheperd Treasurer .............................. Lucretia Johnson Blanche Rosser Phyllls Deterdmg BANQUET COMMITTEE ANNOUNCEMENT COMMITTEE Kenneth Hazel Caroline Traenkle William Cowden Blanche Rosser Angeline DeFlore Kenneth Hazel Caroline Traenkle Eleven First Row, Left 10 Right THICUDURE ALMER- U'll. J." Life is 21 jest, and 1111 things show it; I thought so once, but now I knnw it. JOSEPHINE lERUCliiillJo" Goml to forgive, best to forget. Annual Stuff, Sr. Play, Monitor. Second Row, Left to Right JAMES CARTERW"jacquce;H ll'lm speaks the trulh stabs falsehood to the heart. Boys' Clw Club; A Cnmmlla Choir. MINERVA CHASANOFILJWlinnie" Sell-confldeucc is the first requisite to great undertakings. Girl Reserve, Social Chairman G.A.A., Girlls Glee Club, A Cappcllu Choir, Octette, Monitor, Annual Stuff. Third Ruw, Left to Right ll'IIJJAM CUlVDENihlliill" Character and intellect lilake the man. Freshman Chorus, President A Cappella Choir, Boy's Glee Club, Quartet, Band, Orchesta, Latin Club, Sr. Play, President Sr. Class, Photo Club, ditor Comet, Assistant Editor Annual, Presi- dent Quill 11ml Scroll, Buckeye Boys' tate. ANGELINE DelFLOREA-llBubbles" Happy am I; from care I'm free! Why armft they all contented like me? G.A.A. Girl Reserve, Commercial Club, Sr. Play, Annual Stuff, Comet Reporter. PHYLLIS DETERDINGilll'hyl" Freshman Chorus, A. Cappella Choir, Vice Pres. Girl's Glee Club, Octette, Band, Orchestra, Latin Club, Rec. Sec. Sr. Class, Photo Club, Annual Staff, G.A.A., Comet Staff, Sr. Play. FRANCES GREENthranll She smiled and all the world was gay. Annual Staff, Monitor. Fourth Row--Left to Right KENNETH HAZEL-lllx'en" None but himself could be his parallel. Quill 21ml Scroll, Monitor, Comet Staff, Annual Staff. LUCRETIA JOHNSONKfL11'l With a heart and a smile both of pure gold. Freshman Chorus, A Cappella Choir, Sec. Girl's Gree Cluh, G.A.A., Sr. Play, Treas. Sr. Class, Vice Pres. Jr. Class, Photo Club, Annual Staff, Latin Club, Monitor. GEORGE KIRKLIAN Truth is the highest thing that man may keep. Band, Motion Picture Club. FRANK RENDEShllMoonlight" Give every man thine cal, but few thy voice. Class Basketball, Band, Orchestra, Reserve Basketball. First Row, Left to Right BLANCHE ROSSER Peanuts" The great end of life is not knowledge but action. Sr. Play, Annual Staff, Comet Staff, Monitor, Pres. G.A.A.. Girl Reserve, Sr. Class Vice Pres. DOROTHY SEICHiiibt" Gentle of speech, heneficient of mind. Girl"s Glee Club, Girl Reserves, Commercial Cluh, Annual Staff. MARLIN SHEPHERD "Shep" In the course of matft attractions, his virtues never cease. Freshman Chorus, A Camvella Choir, Pres. Boy's Glee Club. Quartet, Football, Baakethall, Pres. Debating Club, Annual Staff, Pres. Jr. Class, Sr. Play, Dramatics Club, Monitor. Thirteen Second Row, Left m Right ELEANOR SMITH Tnggie" They're only truly great who are truly good. Monitor, Sr. Play, Girl Reserves, Comet Reporter, Annual Staff DOLO RES VALKE R Pinky" VVelHimed silcncc has more eloquence than specch. CAROLINE TRAENKLE "Caro1" Thy modesty is a candle of thy merit Band. Orchestra, Treas. Gier Glee Club, Freshman Chorus, G.A.A., Monitor, Sec.-Treas. Jr. Class, Corr, Sec. Sr. Class, Latgl Ciub, A Cappella Choir, Photo Club, Comet Staff, Annual Sta . JANUARY SENIOR WILL We the Senior Class of January, 1941, of Scienceville High School in the City of Youngstown, State of Ohio, do declare this is our last Will and Testament. Theodore Almer leaves his ability to skip school two weeks at a time to Louis Stieb . . . Beatrice Menaldi is given Helen Fedorls quietness which she practiced at all times . . . James Carter leaves his knitting needles and sweater designs to Mary Callahan . . . Bonnie Johnson leaves his position 011 the football squad to Albert Little. to be filled to the best of his ability . , . . Margaret Lenkey is requested to keep Dorothy Seiglts hearty laugh alive . . . Lucretia Johnson wishes Marie Nichols to take over her square dancing knowledge . . . Agnes Robnik Will please take over Josephine Bruce's position as assistant to Mr. Benninger in keeping the Art Supply room neat . . . T0 Mike Perlin and Ponnie Blunt. Caroline Traenkle leaves her love of reading all the popular books . . . To Charles Hassey and John Roth are presented Phyllis Deterdingis musical lingers; take care of them boys! . . . Frances Green leaves her compact and cosmetic kit to Martha Boyd . . . Angeline Del Flore leaves her ability to fascinate Sophomore boys t0 Sophie Tatar and Wilma May . . . Eleanor Smith leaves all the unfinished mimeograph work Of the Comet, t0 Stella White and Mary March . . . 'lio Helen Pizzoferrato, Delores Walker leaves her marriage prospects . . . Blanche Rosser leaves her recipe box on how to win a husband through his stomach to Norma Benini . . . to Edward Wurm and Joe Zavatsky, Kenneth Hazel leaves his book on how to get along with the girls . . . George Kirkman leaves his permits from class to run the movie machine to George Sando . . . T0 Orval Annabel, Frank Rendes leaves his permanent wave and his favorite beauty shop . . . Marlin Shepherd leaves to Victor Lazar his Old lizzie, all the Hat tires and its motor trouble; to Bert Shipton and Mike Naples, Bill Cowden leaves his love of eating; maybe it will beneht them also . . . Minerva Chazanoff leaves her ability to skip music to Nancy Heckman. CLASS PROPHECY lVell here it is 1955, and as I sit by the fire my mind wonders back to the eve of January 22, 1941. It seems plain now. I can see the Graduates the same as they were that night. There was TED ALMER, who is now with the G. F. Then as I go down the list, JOSEPHINE BRUCE and FRANCES GREEN now operate the Best Way Beauty Parlor. Up the street from them is the DETERDING POULTRY SHOP, and a good one, too. I hear that GEO. Kl'RKMAN is with the Warner Bros. Oh, doift get me wrong, he is just a sound man. And by the way have you stopped at the COWDEN SUPER-STATION? I hear that it is some place. FRANK RENDESlS famous band is sweeping the country with its soft melodies, and the Seniors 01' 41, are keeping the Churches liusy-whrst was MINERVA CHAZANOV. then BLANCH ROSSER, ELEANOR SMITH. ANGELINE DEL FLORE, JAMES CARTER. Boy what a list, KENNETH HAZEL at last has seen his dream come trueeehe is a Cadet in the Army. CAROLlNE TRAENKLE and DOROTHY SEIGH turned to the nursing profession. LUCRETIA JOHN- SON is teaching in a small country school, and last but not least as he was all through high school is MARLIN SHEPHERD. I guess he is still the dreamer he always was because twhyl thafs yours truly, MARLIN SHEPHERD Fourteen CLASS H OROSCOPE NAME NICKNAME APPEARANCE XVEAKNESS FUTURE APPROPRIATE SONG CLOSE UP Theodore Almer ................ IIT. J." ......................... Sleepy ......................... Skunks .......................................... Mighty Hunter ........ Give Me a Home Where the Buffalo Roam ........ Grinning Josephine Bruce UJO" Qlim Gossip Cook No Strings, Fm Fancy Free ...................................................... Chatty James Carter ........................ IJimmy" Quiet ......... Fating Chauffeur ......................... Far, Far Away Serious Minerva Chazanoff ....... UMinnie" ................... Chubby ....................... Bernie ........................................... Housewife ...................... Dishwater Blues ..................................................................................... Chunky William Cowden I'Bill" Chunkey Square Dancing ............... Businessman ............... Turkey in the Straw .......................................................................... Brilliant Angeline DelFlore,, .VAngee" I...Busy .......................... Love Making ....................... Manicurist .................. Dark Eye: Rosy Cheeks 0-:1 Phyllis Deterding .HPhyl" Blushing Rerf Poultry Farm Old McDonald Sunniest :5 Frances Green ............... IIFranII ......................... Tall ................................. Hope Chest ............................. Old Maid ........... ....I,m NobodyIs Baby ................... g Kenneth Hazel ................... HKennyII .................. Slow ............................... Two Timiny ............................. Aviator ................................ I Got No Use for the Women. Lucretia Johnson IILu" Neat Marlin Qecretary .......................... Footloose and Fancy Free .......................................................... Petite George Kirkman .............. HLegs" T :mky Movies Producer ............................ Fm the Guy, Talkiest Frank Rendes ...................... HMoonlight" ......... Bearded .................. Orchestra .................................. Orchestra Alexander,s Ragtime Band ........................................................ Moodiest Leader ............................ Blanche Rosser .................. "Squeaks" ............... Capable .................... Going Steady ....................... Debutante My Man Cute Dorothy Seigh ItDotIy Silent Complaining ........................... Secretary .......................... In My SolitudP Prim Marlin Shepherd .............. I 'Sheep" ...................... Professor Girls Mechanic Hello, Ma, I Done it Again ....................................................... Athletic Eleanor Smith ..................... IIEli" .............................. Lulu Hipps ............ Johnny .......................................... Dairy Maid .................... Washing My Blues Away ............................................................ Plumpest Caroline Traenkle .......... IICaroW ....................... Blondie ...................... Red Hair Teacher Boogie Qharp Delores Walker HDel" Tall-Slm Keeping Secrets ............... Housemaid.I.................01' Faithful ........ Carefree t??? 1. Paul Lukich, Marie Miller. 2. Rose Perry, Mary Nan Avritt 3. Elizabeth Ko'erar. Alma Kotsch, Libby DeBacco, Beatrice Clemens. 4.Kath1em1 Clark. 5. Nina Macar- chenia. 6. Scienceville Band. 7. Anna Macynski. 8. john Stanton. Rose Perrv. Rudv Hamrock. 9. Libby DcBacco. 10. Dorothy Johnson. 11. Wilma May. 12. Mildred Higgins. 13. Nina Macarchenia. Sixteen l. Lucretia johnson. 2. Marlin Shepard. 3. Bill Cowden 4. Francis Green. 5. Angeline DoFlore, 0 Dorothy Shcigh. 7. Phyllis Dcterding. 8. Phyllis Detcrding. 9. Caroline Tracnkle, 10. Angeline DeFlorc. 11. Frances Green, 12. Angeline DeFIore. Lucretfa Johnson. 13. Eleanor Smith. 14 Phyllis Dctcrding. 15. Frances Green. Blanch Rosser. Evelyn MCCaughtcry. Seventeen WHOtS OtMALLEY? Yehudi? Oh, no. Havenlt you heard? Yehudi has been discovered. As the sun came sneaking over the end of their beds one dull morning, forty million people started a search, a modern crusade with a worthy cause. They made a discovery, which has astonished the most brilliant scientists, sociolo- gists, or what have you, after a pilgrimage which was very expensive and with great effort. And what did these ambitious people find? They made the encredible discovery that Yehudi is the little man who turns out the light in the refrigerator when you close the door. But, please dOIft mistake OlMalley for Yehudi. Many people have already made this cruel, unjust mistake. It is fitting, therefore. that I pass on some information about this truly singular character. Perhaps "singularll is not quite adjective, for OlMalley has been present at every band practice, every assembly, and every class room. A singular person doesn,t generally manage a thing of that sort with any degree of success. However, OlMalley did it! Oh, yes, OlMalley did it. Who of the senior class has not heard those immortal words? What did Glen Baun, the fellow who patronizes the deten- tion room most frequently, say following a loud rumbling noise which came from his place in the study hall as the teacher confronted him with fifty minutes? Why liOlMalley did itfi of course. And what did Helen Hall say after eating eight meat balls at the spaghetti supper? OlMalley did it" at it again, and in the same evening, who poured java on the front table very unnoticed? It must have been OlMalley because G.A.A. members dont do that sort of thing. Some doubt was also cast upon the little episode due to the fact that a certain girl by the name of Minerva Chazanov was seen to. emerge from beneath another table at a slightly later time. At any rate, these stories should present you with an idea of OlMalleyls work ; always on hand in a tight spot, hels fast becoming the friend of all of us. There is a story around the school that our school rented a horse, to help the football boys in their practice. A number of fairly reliable sources of information insist that there was such a horse and that it was kept in Mr, Riehey's office. To substantiate this, there is Miss Porterls complaint that four bales of hay disappeared one dark night. Also it was, we believe, a horseshoe nail that somehow shorted out all the lights a few weeks ago, but that may be wrong. tContinued on page 4m Eighteen Adrian C. Doyle Golda Cotterman Josephine Orville CLASS OFFICERS Nick Levitsky President Libby DcRucco .. ............................... Vice-President Helen Hall ....................................................... Secretary Freda Baum Treasurer CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER Red and White Red Rose MOTTO ..................... It Matters not how Long we Live, but How! SENIOR CLASS HISTORY We entered Scienceville High School as Freshmen in September, 1937. Our class enrollment was about one hundred eighty-five. Our class advisors were Miss Catherine .Iones, Mr. Ehrman, and Mr. Heffmaster. The social event of the year was a Roller Skating Party at the Rayenwood Auditorium. The Sophomore year we enjoyed another Roller Skating Party, at the Frolic Club on Hopkins Road. 111 June we journeyed to Liberty Park in Girard for a picnic to conclude the festivities 0f the year. The Junior year activities were numerous. Two Roller Skating parties were given at the Rayenwoud Auditorium. We joined with Mr. Boydts room in selling boxes of Christmas Greeting Cards at which we were very successful. The Junior play, HThe Cuckods Nest" was given on March 29, 1940. We also had a Sport Hop on May 17. Our Junior-Senior Prom took place on june 7 completing the activities for a very successful year. Our Senior year was notable for a variety of activities and pro- jects. The Silhouette was one of our largest undertakings. Our social events included: Sport hops, sports such as basketball, football and baseball. The Senior Dance, which we all enjoyed was held on May 16, at the Elms. Our Baccalaureate services were interesting, we had a variety of speakers and musical entertainments directed by D. West Richards. The Commencement Exercises took place on June 11, which ended our enjoyable high school life. Our Senior Play was held on May 23, directed by Miss Orville. The Crowning event of the year was the JunioriSenior From which was held June 6 at the Elms Ballroom. THE LAND OF THE FREE The land of the free is where I want to be, When the tires of war are burning next door. The freedom of religion, of press and of speech, Is much better than anything the dictators preach. Being an American is all the world to me. and, To be in America, the Land of the Free. eRose Perry Twenty-one First Row, Left to Right HAZEL AARON Thy quiet ways have. made thee known to everyone. Commercial Club. MARJORIE ANDERSON-44Margieh "I will go anwhere provided it is forward." Class Treasurer 3, Commercial Club 3-4. Second Row, Left to Right BETTY OUSNEHMERinet" HAll the men in the men in the world could not make me lose an hour." Band and Orchestra, Annual Staff, Girl Reserves. MARY NAN AVRITT;3jitterhugll Thy merry heart doeth good like medicine. Choir 234, Girlls Glee Club 3-4, Octette 4, Annual Staff, Girl Reserves 2-3-4, G. A. A. 4, Comet Staff 3, Operetta, Ir. Play. Third Row, Left to Right BOB llAIR-llBear" W'e all grow old and a little smart, But still remain children at heart. JOHN BAGLIARI4llBagslr Tall dark and handsomeia football hero Always laughing and talking, too. Football 2-3-4, Basketball 3-4, Baseball 3-4, Hi-Y Secretary, Class Basketball 3-4, Jr. Play, Annual Staff 4; Orchestra 1. FREDA RAUN How could I decide to be happy with one man. Mied Chorus 1, Glee Club 2-4; Choir 2-3-4, G.A.A. 34, Girl Reserves 2-3, Class Treasurer 4, Comet Staff 4. GLFNN BAUNi-"Baun" Good nature and good sense must ever join. Basketball 2, Annual Staff, Comet Staff. Fourth Row4Left to Right DONALD BEHNE444D0n" You see, Donald is so very shy, Hels nervous if a girl draws nigh. Hi-Y Basketball, Glee Club. NORMA BENINI4-"Chubby" Music is her weakness. Glee Club 1, G.A.A. 2-3-4, Girl Reserves 2-3-4, Commercial Club 3-4, Choir 2, Glee Club. RAY BORMAN Hail the day that brought us Ray. EDWARD BOSELA43E. J." Ed is a most ohliging fellow, Hels always ready to lend a hand. Twenty-two First Row, Left to Right MARY BROWN Mary i511": very bold, We canit say she is shy, But all in all, she is good as gold. Choir, Glee Club, Class Basketball. RICHARD BURNS-"rish" Neither careless nor glad, neither studious nor sad. Football 1-2-3-4, Basketball 3-4, Class Basketball 3-4, Junior High Basketball. HARRY CIPRIANO-"Cip" XVhen playing football he is grand Come on, folks, give him a hand. Football 2-3-4, Basketball 3-4, Class Basketball 3-4, Hi-Y Presi- denftf, Baseball 3-4, Executive Committee, Comet Static, Annual Sta . KATHLEEN CLARKv-"Kaym UMake haste slowly, donyt rush serious workF Glee Club 3-4, A Cappella Choir 3-4, Junior Play 3, Girl Re- serves 3-4, Operetta 4. Second Row, Left to Right VIOLET CLARK A sunn smile and helping hand; No better friend in all the land. Glee Club 3-4, Choir 3-4, Mixed Chorus 2, Girl Reserves 3 Commercial Club 2-3-4, Comet Staff 4. BEATRICE CLEMENShHBean Beatrice is a studious lass; always prepared for every class. Mixed Chorus 1, Executive Committee 2, Commercial Club 4 Annual Staff 4, Honor Roll. , , VIRGINIA CROCKETTE-"Lila" 1411ml; Eyes4Ete1'nal Soul of Pride." Office Helper, Girl Reserves, Choir. ROY CURIryPansy" W'hy worry? Hang sorrow, Therfs always a Tomorrow. Football 2-3-4, Basketball 2-3-4, Class Basketball 3-4, Junior High Basketball. Third Row, Left to Right LIBBY DeBACCO4'1Lib'7 XVhen we lose her, we will sigh; - For she has been everyomfs friend at Scienceville H1. Mixed Chorus 1, Girl Reserves 1-2, Vice President 2-3-4, G.A.A. 3-4, Commercial Club 34, Annual Staff 4, Valedictorian. DOROTHY FULLERaWMt" "If eyes were made for seeing; Then beauty is its own excuse for being. Girl Reserve, Annual Staff, W'oodrow Wilson 1-2-3. Fourth Row;Left to Right HELEN HALL414Helen" Wicre is no beauty like the beauty of the mind." Glee Club's Accompanist, Commercial Club, President, Annual Staff, G.A.A., Honor Roll, Choir, Band and Orchestra, Senior Class Secretary. SARAH. HALLMAN-44Vet" 14Happine35 is a rebound from hard work." Glee Club, Choir, Girl Reserves, First Row, Left to Right RUDY HARTROCKiHHammieii Men of few words are the best men. Commercial Club Treasurer, Annual Staff, Glee Club 1. XVARREN HARRIS iiPrni, Life's no shorter if we hurry, or no better if we worry, Motion Pitture Clnh, Stamp Club, Hi-Y, Comet Staff, Annual Staff. Second Row, Left to Right DOROTHY HARVEY--2Dot" She seldom speaks ELIZABETH HliLSliL-iiliclty" HThou art 11 woman, and that is saying The best and wosi of thee." Band and Orchestra. 1-2-3-4, Choir 2, Junior Play, Animal Staff, BMixed Chorus, Girl Reserve, Kem Exams, Class Treasurer, Commercial Club, G.A.A., President. Third Row, Left to Right MILDRED HIGGINS-"Millie" uSilence is goldenf, Commercial Club 3-4, Animal Staff 4. WARREN HULBERT-aiiliutch" Many great men do not love their books all the time. Football 3, Hi-YY toys Glee Club. CHARLOTTE HVNES-iiLottyh At skating and dancing sheis lots of fun. Girl Reserves, 1-2-3-4, Latin Club 1V G RAC E l R B YiiiGmce" MA willing way always assures success? Fourth RowiLeft to Right OTIS JENNINGS-iiOtis" Otis is a great big man, the hero of every fan. Baekethall 2-3-4, Junior High Basketball, Class Basketball 2-3-4. HARNEY JOHNSONu-"Boxmy" A workman that needeth not be ashamed Football 1-2-3, Jr. High Basketball 1-2-3, Choir 4, Glee Club 4. Mumtor. DOROTHY JOHNSON-iiDot" uNot Failure, but low aim is crime? Girl Reserves, Vice Pesident, G.A.A. Stamp Cluh, Annual Staff. JESSIE JONES-"Bess" She is small, she has eyes, sheis a terror for her size. girll lgeserves, 1-2-4, Commercial Club 3-4, If- Play 37 Dramatic 111 . Twenty-fow v F1rst Row, Left to Right ELIZABETH KOLESAR4"Liz" So doth the busy little bee improve each shining hour. Orchestra 1, Executive Committee 2, Commercial Club 3-4, Annual Staff 4. ANNE KOTSCH-M2Annie" Her hair is lovely, the envy of all She has charming manners and shels fairly tall. Commercial Club 3-4, Annual Staff 44 PAUL KOXVAL--"Casunoval' Time marches on-So what! Hi-Y Basketball, Class Basketball 3-4. JOHN KRAUTNICR4 With girls he is vey shy, but he will get over it by and by. Hi-Y Basketball, Hi-Y Club, Class Basketball, Baseball. Second Row, Left to Right MARY JANE LAURIE-"JanieH A wee girl with a big heart. Freshman Chorus 1, Glee Club 2-4, G.A.A. 3-4, Girl Reserves 4, Choir 4, Annual Staff 4. CHARLES LEASURE "Chuck" Live for something and have a purpose. Anual Staff, Cumem Staff, Moitor, Motion Picture Club, Jr. Play Cast. NICK LEVITSKY He leaves here a name we trust, That will not perish in the dust. Kent Stage examination, Commercial Club, Class President 2-3-4, Hi-Y President 4, Jr. Hi Mgr., Hi-Y Basketball, Buckeye Boy's State 3, Cla'ss 'llaiskethall. IDA LITTLE Sophisticated and good, she always acts as a lady should. Rayen. 'llhirrl Row, Left to Right PAUL LUKITCH-JlPap" A good sense of humor is worth more than gold. Football 2-3-4, Basketball 2-3-4. Comet Stall, Class Basketball 2-3-4, Hi-Y Vii: President, Executive Committee, Mixed Chorus, An- nual Sta . - NI'ZNA MACARCHENlA-4ullac" A musician true, and a good one too. Girl Reserves 1, Freshman Chorus 1, Orchestra 1-2-3-4, Choir 2-3, Glee Club 2-3-4, Commercial Cluh 3-4, Octette 3-4, Annual Stuff 4, Salutatorian 4. Fourth Row- Left to Right ANNA MACYNSKI-444Ann" One could not hml a better friend. Mixed Chorus 1, Choir 2, Glee Club 2, Commercial Club 3-4, Girl Reserves 4, Annual StaFE 4. ROSIE McCARTER llixz things comeg in little packages. Class Basketball, Glee Club. First Row, Left to Right hVILLIAM McGIJjIN-hBill" HArguing is my chief delight, I cznft be wrong, 1 must be right." Hi-Y Basketball 3, Annual Staff, Baseball 3-4, BIm-n'tor 2-3. FERMAN McRAE Life to me is just a song, For ifs too short to worry long. Football 2-3, Class Basketball, Glee Club, Annual Staff. Second Row, Left to Right BEATRICE MENALDL-hliea,7 . A sunny disposition is something of Wthh one may be proud. Commercial Cluh, Glee Club, Choi, Debating, Executive Com- mittee, Girl Reserves, G.A.A., and Annual Staff. MARIE MILLliR-hCurly" Always laughing, always gay, always to lead the way. Girl Reserves, 1-2-3-4; Commercial Club 3-4, Ir. Play 3, Annual Staff 4. Third Row, Left to Right HARRY NIVERS Ornament of a meek and quiet spirit. JACK NICHOL You shall be of them that have left a name behind. Band and Orch. 1-2-3-4, Pres. Boyhs Glee Club 1-2-3-4, Choir 1:2-3-4, Quartette 3-4, Jr. Play, Operetta, Annual Staff, Comet Staff, All City Chorus, Minstrel Show, Yo. College Band 4. IDA MAE PALLAY-hlmlf' hVith hlue eyes, blond hair and a sunny disposition. Girl Reserves 1-2-3-4, G.A.A. 4, mixed chorus, Glee Club 2-3-4, Choir 2-3-4, Annual StuFf, Comet Staff, Executive Committee. JAMES PANNUNZIO-Uiggs" Blushing is the color of virtue. Perhaps not a genius, but he's more a friend. Fourth Row-Left to Right DO RIS PA RDUE I'm sure this quiet girl wank think us pert. If we classify her a love expert. Class Basketball, Glee C'mh. JARIES PATTERSON--"Pat" H: who invented work should have finished it. Band and Ochestra 1-2-3-4, Hi-Y 3-4, Football 4, Basketball 4, Annual Staff, Comet Staff 4. ROSE PERRY--Werry" An industrious lass, always giving the best to her class. Mixed Chorus, Glee Club, and Choir 2-3-4, Girl Reserves, G. A. A. 2-3-4, Executive Committee 2-3, Commercial Club 3-4, Annual Staff. ANDY PLUSHINSKY-hFink" "Silence is golden," is his slogan; His voice is almost never heard. Hi-Y Basketball. Twenty-six First Row, Left 10 Right HELEN RAYOUKiiUNordie" A maiden so demure, of herself shek very sure. Girl's Glee Club 2-3, Choir 2-3, Mixed Chorus 1, Octttte 4, G. A. A. 2-3-4, Commercial Club 3-4, Girl Reserves Treasurer 3, music lihmrian 2-3, Office Training Course 4, Annual Staff. Honor Roll. RALPH SANDERS nlt' silence were golden, he's be :1 millionaire. AWFUINICTTIC SANDORAai'Dollyh A maiden modest 21ml selIV-possessed. Glee Club 2-4, Choir 34, Commercial Club 2-3-4, C. A. A. 3-4, Girl Reserves 4, Comet Staff, Annual Stuff. Second Row, Left to Right WILLIAM SCHROEDliRraiiShorty" Stately zmd tall, he moves along, the hall. Cnmet Staff 4, Band and Urchestru 1-2-3. ARMAND SHIPPOLIhiShip" A man of few words is always the best. Comet Staff 4, Football 34. JOHN SOROIiAihhSorok" Paradise is not to be gained by hurrying. Hi-Y 3-4. Baseball 34. Third Row, Left to Right JOHN STANTiiNhthanton'y John is the nPied Piper'i 0f the trumpet. Bad and Orchestra 1-2-3-4, Boyys Glee Club 1-2-3-4, Choir 1:2-3-4, Quartet 3-4, Glec Club V, Pres. Annual Staff, Comet Staff, All City Uchestra and Chorus. GHRHARH STRUPKUS Thou art weighed in the balance and found unthing wanting. JUIC SZICNYERL-JWOH Although heis quiet, he's always bright And always has his lesson right. CLASS WILL We, the Seniors of the class of june of 1941 of Scienceville High School, of the State of Ohio, being of sound mind and memory. publish and declare this our last will and testament, as follows: To the Juniors the Seniors bequeath their cooperative power to keep them in one piece. To the Sophomores the Seniors leave their detention cards. The Seniors leave their unfinished suckers to the Freshmen. The Seniors thank the faculty for their instructive criticism and in return leave the strlct rule they had to keep. MARIE MILLER wills her hints on how to win Bathing Beauty Contests to Anna O,Palich. ROSE PERRY leaves her ways of getting around to Mary Kimble. HELEN RAYOUK leaves her page boy hairdress to Rose Maria Spugnola. ANNA MACYNSKI Wills her latest dancing steps to Anna Rohan. IDA MARIE PALLAY leaves her telephone numbers to Pauline Kollor. JIMMY PANNUNZIO leaves his job of changing signs to john Chordas. WILLIAM SCHROEDER leaves his seat on the bus to James Clemens. ANDY PLUCHINSKY leaves his unsaid remarks to Joe Ceapa. JAMES PATTERSON leaves his ability to beat the drums to Robert Card. JOHN SAROKA leaves his quiet manners to Charles Miller. DOROTHY JOHNSON welcomes Melba Dutton to her place in the Book Room. VIRGINIA CROCKETT and SARAH HALLMAN leave their unfinished book reports to Willis Edward johnson. RALPH SANDERS leaves his dependability to Albert jerome Huzicka. GERHARD STRUPKUS leaves his bike to Bob Kelty. JOE SZENYERI leaves his future art work to Hazel Wisemzm. NORMA BENINI leaves her mischief secrets to Clara Spencer. ANTONETTE SANDORA wills her make-up to Anna Tomko. RUDY HAMROCK Wills his immaculate ways to Alfred Vasconi. RAY BORMAN leaves his technique With the girls to Morgan jones. DICK BURNS leaves any ideas or information about football to Jack Holmes, Who Will appreciate it. HELEN HALL leaves her pizmo accompanying to Donna Lenhurt. LIBBY DEBACCO leaves her basketball ability to Mildred Laird and Marguerite Tavolurio. BEATRICE CLEMENS leaves her ability on ttHow to XVin Friends and InHuence Peoplei, to Mary Ellen Steib. PAULA COLA leaves his secrets on how to be friends with your teacher to Charles Ferguson, ROY CURL leaves his hints on how to keep your hair wavy to Charles Klimowicz. DOROTHY FULLER wills her pleasing smile to lsabell Nyers. Twenty-eight CLASS WILL WARREN HARRIS wills his gashing t0 Leon Harmon. DOROTHY HARVEY wills her hints on how to grow tall to Kathleen Dobic. BETTY HELSEL wills her left over giggles to Louise Mills. GLEN BAUN leaves his speed and energy to Kenneth Kopp. DONALD BEHNE leaves his worldly attitude to john Posscrt. MARJORlE ANDERSON leaves her knowledge of other schools to Antonctte Perline. GRACE 1R BY and RUBY MAHONE leave their neatness to Dorothy Harris. OTIS JENNINGS wills his speaking ability to Henry Day. MARY .IANE LAURIE wills hcr seamstress ability to Doris Gray. IDA MAE Ll'll'llLE Wills her unfinished house work to Lucille Cobbin and Doris Purdue. ROSIE MCCARTER wills her technique to find a boyfriend in her senior year to Mary Ellen Robinson. FREMAN MCRAE Wills his ability to find a girl at the last minute to George lizii'gziiiier. jOHN STANTON leaves his desire to llswing it out" to Robert Anderson, ELIZABETH KOLESAR wills her charming manners to Betty McBride. .IOHN KRAUTNER leaves his unread library books to Dale Schustcr. CHARLES LEASURE leaves his car to be handy at school to Wilbur Beacham. HARRY MYERS leaves his quietness to William Sebo. JACK NICHOL leaves his musical ability to Lawrence Scdlzichkn. HAZEL AARON leaves her friendliness to Dorothy Dewell and June James. BETTY AUSENHUMER leaves all good grades to Josephine Slabodi. JOHN BAGLI ERl leaves his manly figure to Chester Green. ROBERT RAIR leaves his Model T Furd to Philip Easton. FREDA BAUN leaves her hints on how to treat your boy friend to Ruth Sfewart and Ruth VVardle. EDWARD BOSELA Wills his noise making in study hall tu William Thomas. MARY BROWN leaves her shyness in classes to Ruth Gatewnod. HARRY CIPRlANO leaves his secrets on how to play basketball to Paul Rovnak. VIOLET CLARK leaves her dieting list to Mary Ruse Hzmirock and Betty Slaglc. ANNA KOTSCH leaves her latest hair styles to Barbara Perry. CHARLOTTE HYNES wills her pleasing ways to Mary Torantino. MILDRED HlGGlNS wills her undone wnrk for Mr. Miller tor lcnc Uhrin. JESSIE JONES Wills Rose Mary Thompson her ways of flirting With the freshman boys. WARREN HULBERT wills all Junior boys to be at school on time. PAUL LUKlCH leaves all his wisecracks to Edward Brienz. NENA MARCARCHENIA leaves her violin to Alberta. Traenklc. NICK LEVlTSKY eaves his executive ability to Albert Mazzeo. XVILLIAM MCGLEN wills his brilliant ways of getting into mischief to Harry Pasku. MARY NAN AVRITT wills her cnntralto voice to Evelyn MCCaughtry. ARMAND SHIPPOLI wills his all-day suckers to Robert Cowher. KATHLEEN CLARK leaves her ways of looking after herself and others to Betty Jean Bailey. BEARICE MENALDI leaves her persuasivc manners to Nellie Capanic. Twenty-nine And the Villain Still Pursued Her Two LTTLE boys went to a movie HALL. They gave their tickets to the HALLMAN, and took their seats. There stood the star in a BROWN dress. with her HARRIS all in CURLs. She soon left on an AARON for her father, the MJLLER. He was very busy as it was HARVEY time. Unfortunately our heruine was PARDUEd through the MCGLEN hy the Villain who KOTSCHed her and took her aboard his SHIPPOLT. She was HELSELed in the KOVVAL, dark, hold at the ship, where only a small MCRAE of light showed through the porthole. it was bleak and HAIR, with 01in a HAMROCK to swing in as the ship rolled. She was fed only sauer- KRALTTNER and HYNES tomato juice. Finally, they landed 011 the gleaming SANDERS of Hawaii, where they stood gazing as MYRESingly at the SZENYERL Soon they rode to his mansion in a MCCARTER Which had been waiting for them. i ' Fortunately, the road passed the barracks of the United States Marines, who were STANTON around during their LEASURE time eating NICHOL CLARK bars and smoking DEBACCO. Immediately a plan of escape formed under her dRRY. She screamed in a loud CIPRIANO voice, and it seemed the barracks were never FULLER, for dozens nf men came running PERRY- ing their hayonets, and freed her. To SCHOEDER how happy they were to have been of assistance to her, they built a huge BAUNfire that night, and while the villain was RURNSing up in the brig, they serenaded her with Annie LAURIE. They sent her home on the next boat with a RAGLIERI uf cocoanuts as a souvenir. CLASS PROPHECY i This is your daily reporter bringing to you the highlights of the world of tomorrow. The Amnesia Victim who has caused Police Chief WARREN HULBURT so much worry this past week, was discovered to be JESSIE JONES, the blonde venus of Broadway. DOROTHY FULLER, world famous reporter gave her such a shock that her memory was recovered. FLASH' KATHLEEN CLARK, local housewife, was brought back from what. was evidently death. Doctor PAUL KOW'AL, prominent physician "Brings her back alive." HARRY MYERS, undertaker was rushed to the hospital after a collapse following the announcement. ANDY PLUCHINSKY, ambulance driver, reported that he mumbled llI lost againfy while unconscious . . . BEATRICE CLEMENS, nurse at the Municipal Hospital took over from there. FLASH! JOHN STANTON and his "Swish Swash" Rhythm orchestra has taken New York by storm. Never in this cityls history have we heard anything like it. Next week he will take his review out on the road. With him will be the "Swish Swash Rhythm Trio" featuring JAMES PATTERSON playing the bozooka; RICHARD BURNS, BEATRICE MENALDI. and PAUL LUKICH as dancers. XVith these musicians are NICK LEVITSKY, and WILLIAM SCHOEDER, well known acrobats under the name of the "Cornfed Kids from Coitsvillefy This show so impressed Mr. McGinnis, a teacher in Youngstown, when it passed through his city. that he decided to join the show as a crooner. The beautician, MARIE MILLER who is with the staff, is supposed to be the best in the East. FLASH! ROY CURL, the architect, who has spent 10 years trying to build a chicken coop. has finally decided to be a dentist. His partner in the business is WILLIAM MCGLEN, who not only pulls teeth, but also will get in your hair and pull it out too. ROBERT BAIR, just out of The Valley Institute of Technology, has just taken over the largest garage in the world, where he says ltHere at last people can park in peacefi Associated with him is BETTY AUSNEHEMER who will fix your fingernails while you get your car washed and as a special feature to get business, she promises to wash behind your ears. FLASH! GLENN F. BAUN. inspired by the funny papers, has set out to find a girl to marry. He is known as lTJownwind Sugar Boylt Baum around these parts and is doing rather well by himself. GRACE lRRY nThe gal who never misses? noted fortune teller. predicts that he will find his one-and-only within two months. Is she right or will this be her first wrong prediction? Read your local newspaper for further information. HARRY CIPRIANO, star at Ohio State has just made the All American. The secret of his success is lipstick, taken often in large doses. Speaking of sports OTIS JENNINGS, prominent in basketball for the last few seasons. has written a book, called nHow to Win Dough and Influence Suckers.H RAY BORMANi former Don Juan of Scienceville, has started a column called nAdvice to the Lovelornf, The first to apply for advice turned out to be WARREN HARRIS, a plumber in the community. JOHN SOROKA, Olympic star, will present two performances at the arena this week. There are no more seats or standing room available. Thirty-one CLASS PROPHECY FLASH? GERHARD STRUPKUS, after 10th try has finally won the soap box derby, says Gerhard, ttlt was a hard struggle, but I fmally pushed my way to the bottomf, LIBBY DeBACCO. America's first lady ambassador left today amid great shoutings and farewells. Her secretary HELEN RAYOUK, is confi- dent of success. FLASH! RUDY HAMROCK, vacationing in Florida, has invented a machine that enables one to be fed without moving a muscleejust sit down to the table and the machine will do the rest. Following this discovery, ANNA KOTSCH invented a sure cure for indigestion. HELEN HALL, that great dramatic artist of the stage and screen is celebrating her fifth consecutive successful year as an actress. FLASH' CHARLES LEASURE, who is editor of the tTTime and Time Agaiif newspaper is in the hospital suffering from a nervous breakdown. EDWARD BOSELA Will try to take his place While he is there. NORMA RENTNJ is now playing in Sehinschloskey's famous symphony orchestra in her spare time and for amusement she plays in a hillbilly band. VIOLET CLARK is going into the business wurld. She is now the private secretary of the president of the Stick-Like-Steel Glue Factory. FLASH' DONALD BEHNE is enjoying himself on a two weeks leave from the Navy. After ten years of hard work JOSEPH SZENYERI has just completed a book, uHow to Feed and Care for a Baby." ROSE PERRY has just been Chosen ttMiss Ohio of 1951.,, The judges were ARMAND SHPPOLI. JAMES PANNUNZIO, and RALPH SANDERS. NENA MACARCHENIA has finally contlesce'nded to play a Violin solo at Stambaugh Auditorium on March 3. There is not even standing room left. iDA MAE PALLYTS new book 011 HHow to Get Knowledge Without Studying" is on the market. As soon as the book came out, three people were trampled to death in the rush and hve people were injured. They are now undecided as to whether to Charge Ida. Mae with manslaughter 01' not. The hearing Will be tomorrow. Judge jOHN BAGLIERE Will preside. The at- torney for the defense is DOROTHY HARVEY and the attorney for the plaintiff is ELIZABETH KOLESAR. FLASH! MARY NAN AVRITT is going around to each school and giving lectures on ttHow to Skip School Without Being Caught? Don,t forget to tune in your radio at 7:30 tonight and hear the HGolden Voiced Trio." This trio is made up Of ROSIE MCCARTER, IDA MAE LITTLE, and VIRGINIA CROCKETT. This program is sponsored by the tTSticky-Maskh cosmetic heiress, SARAH HALLMAN. JACK NTCHOL is going to retire now. He has made his fortune in the grocery business and so now he turns his store over to his son to manage while he relaxes in his old age. tContinued on page 8ST Thirty-two SENIOR CLOCK 4 :30-Seni0rs rolling over after first hour of sleep. 5 :OOeCOitsville alarm clocks ringing; rooster crowing. 5 :30--John Bagelierhs mother telling john to get up and feed the chickens. 6:00eScienceville farmers beginning to awaken. 623OHNOW, theyhre beginning to get up. 7:00eSeniors: uThose four hours of sleep were swell. 7 :30eSenior girls getting up. 8:00aSeni01' boys getting up. 8:05eSeni0r girls putting nn last finishing touches. 8 :lOaToo late to eat breakfast. 8 :15ngells begin ringing. 8 :ZSeJust made it. :30ewSome didlft. :55--Scniur gab period is over. :00;These seats are hard to sleep on. :SWChange Sleeping position. IOWIt was :1 nice sleep. :WNOW we,re rzlrilf to gm. IZS-Bey! Am I hungry. :IOeAt last lunch time has arrived. :SOeLeths skip this afternoon. Hy-lH HOOOOOOOO Hu-t NN 12 :SOeBack in school. 1 :30e1 knew I should have skipped. 2:00 Curry me to my next class. 2 :40eAh0ut time tn get a date for tonight. 2 :45h-Psst H T got one. 3 :15-N0t much longer 110w. :Zl-I thought the hell would never ring. :SOaCOitsviHe husses leave for the Country. :OOWTimC for Wurk Ul' play. :00-3upper time. :30-Dishes tn wash and dry. :WGet ready for that date. :30-Coitsville night life begins. 8 :OOeCoitsviHe sidewalks rolled in zmd the roads barricaded. 8:30eScienceville night life begins. 9 :OO-Senior girls: HI wish he would hurry." 12 :OOeScienceviHe night life over. 1:00WCoitsville night life over. 2 :WLast Senior turning in. 2:30eA11 is quiet at last. VVOXCXJh-L'JQJ Thirty-three NAME Hazel Aaron ....................... Marjorie Anderson Betty Ausnehmer.. Mary Nan Avrit John Baglieri.... Robert Bair ........................... Freda Baun. Glen Baun ...... Donal Behne.... Norman Benine. Ray Borman ..... Edward Boesla Mary Brown .......... Richard Burns ..... Harry Cipriano.... Kathleen Clark... Violet Clark ....... Beatrice Clemens... Virginia Crockett. Roy Curl .......................... a E. w H v H's O S: '1 Libby De Bacco ................ Dorothy Fu11er....................... Helen Hall ............... Sarah Hallman Rudy Hamrock... Warren Harris... Dorothy Harvey Elizabeth Helsel..... Mildred Higgins..- Warren Hulburtw. Charlotte Hynes Grace Irby ........... Otis Jennings... Bonny Johnso Dorothy Johnson. "Li'l Abner. ...Betty Coed ..................... .. .Hi-ya stuff... ...Dependable APPEARANCE Silent ..................................... Chunky Ambitious. Serious... Boris Karloff.............. CLASS H OROSCOPE FAVORITE y EXPRESSION XVEAKNESb Hee-hee .............................. Horse-shoes Oh no ! .Leave it open .............. Studying ................ ..Most naturally... C ..Says you .......................... Brother's Car ........ . amp Shelby... Thatis a killer ........... Skipping ..................... ,VBill Turner ............... .Edna DomhoFf Man thatis sharp ............. .....I,11 Fit Itm ..IIndifI'erent ...Long ................... Tyrone Power "Athletic... . ..Egard itis true ..You know ..... ...Why sure ...... Blondie ........ :Well alright the11.. ..Where you going. ..Boy oh boy ..Teasing Rudy ....... ..East High Girls ...... Blueberry Hill .....Romauce in the Dark ................................... .Heckling ......... Being tardy. HWhat ya mean .......................... Basketball ..... I don,t know... Football ....... .June 27, 1941.. .Army men ..Debating ..Typing.......... Heckling Girls.........: Basketball ...... Jack Rosser. ..VVorrying. .Stooging ..Nothing ..Man you re nasty ...Oh Sure... .-II donit like'it............: I 11 see my and r0bbers............. ..Roller skating Arguing. ..Girls ..... Public Speaking ...... .School Days ................ ..We're in the Army Now... ..If I Didnit Care ..The Old Country Doctor . ..If Anything Happened to You. East High Boy....... APPROPRIATE FUTURE SONG Amapola The iVise Old Owl Old MacDonald ........................... You Ain't as Smart as You Think You Are ................................ You Little Heartbreaker You .......... Lil Abner FUTURE Clerking .......... . .L Vursemaid .Dress maker Army hostess... Chicken farm... ......... Undertaki11g................,.... Nurse ........................................ W'ooer Charlie was a Sailor ........................................ Nobody Know the Trouble I've Seen... Letys Dance ....... .......It,s a Great Day for the Irish ..Old Faithful .......................... ,Here Comes the Bride... ..Little Miss Irish... ,Practice Makes P. Do I Worry ...................... Iim Nobodyis Baby. Itis So Easy For Me Just a Blue-eyed Blonde... Little Sweetheart of the Valley .Some Changes Made. .1 Want My Mama... .Fools Fall in Love... ..Alone ..Not Now ..By the Flreslde Captain Jinks .............. All I Got Is Me........ Sophisticated Lady ....... Dogwood .............................. Accordianist ...................... Dance instructor .......... Cowboy Housewife ........................... Hawaiian Pine- apple Picker...... Football coach .Housewife ...... .Army wife ...... Doctor Secretary... ....... Bachelor...... Commercial Teacher. mReporter ...... .Stenographer ......Chauffeur Teacher ......Au educated bum..- ......Social worker .................. ......Policeman............ ......Fancy skater... Nurse Doctor ...... Undertaker.............. ..Bookstore clerk. CLOSE-UP Mysterious Short-job Cute Quiet Always laughing Handsomest Quaint Short but sweet Studious Pretty teeth Pleasing personality Serious Rosy cheeks .....Goldie Locks Meekest Squirrelly Athletic Broad shoulders ...... Thinnest CLASS H OROSCOPE FAVORITE APPROPRIATE NAME APPEARANCE EXPRESSION M'EAKNESS FUTURE SONG FUTURE CLOSE-UP Gone With The VVi11d.... ...Comedian ...Chorus girl. ...Vagabond ..Meek husband... Vavy wife... Vaitress. ..Executive ..... .. ..Heckle dictators... . Merry Business woman ....... Scrappiest Commercial ...Marie Miller .............. Sweet Marie .. ......................................... English ....... ,......VVittiest Come Down to Ea1.th Violinist... .Domineering Sailing, Sailing .................... Navy wife Spectacled ...Giggling ............................ I C3113 Get Started ....... ...Ohio State Univ....T11xedo Junction ............... ..Talking ......... .I've Been 111 Love Before . Sociology . Just Friends ...Navy .............. . ...Clinton Pierce.. ., ..... ..Blanche ................ ..1 W ish I VI as Single Agam ...VVest side girls, . Cupid 5 Stupid 1311 t He... Sharp as a mutzy. Clothes ............................. So Long... Jessie Jones ................. Elizabeth Kolesar. Paul Kowal ......... John Kroutncr Anna Kotsch .......... Mary Jane Lalll'l Charles Leasure Nick Levitsky ....... Ida Mao Little... :VVash Tubtis... Fair... .. Little Girl ..... Paul Lukich ................. Nena Macarchenia Anna Macynski .................... ...Jangle-jangle ...Oh Gee. ...Is that s .. Oh man thatis sharp ............. Hubbard ........................... Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes Dance instructor ........ Beautiful eyes Sewing 6th Period ........ 1 ...Navy Men Beatrice Menaldi ................ Rosie McCarter. Song of the Wanderer..... Seamstress ........ :What ya Say? .. Curly ...VVatta ya Know. Chubby Harry Myer- Jack Nichol ....... 1-3 ...Yes Darling... Short g Wm. McGlen ........ .Oh Yea? .............. tagging ........ Billy Boy .. ...Aviation Eng. ..VVindy q Fcrman McRae. ...Fit as a Fiddle ...U11dertaker ....... ..Slyest 3'1 Marie Miller ..... ..Prctty Girl .. ...Beauty exper ..Beautiful fl ...G roceryman Cream Stringy Quiet .. Floorwalker ..... ...Machinist Ah! A M3112! ...Hi-Ya Ida Mae Pallay........ James Pa1111u11zi0.. Nbbody's Baby ...... . ..... Doris PardUE... 1.1Pleasa11t ..... "Sweetheart ..................... Boys ...................................... My Greatest Mistake .. Matrimony. .....Pleasing Give Ya Three James Patterson... Gene Krupa ..... Guesses ........... Drummer Man Swing drummer ........... Dizziest I Believe It Blue Echoes I want COW' Rose Perry Friendly ................ Secretary .............................. Most changeable Andrew Plunshinsky Plain Helen Rayouk ....................... Industrious. Ralph Sanders Blond Antinette Sandora ............ Healthy. William Schroeder "Happy... Armand Shippoli... Mischa Aucr. John Soroka .............. "stuffy ............................ Co1ne 0n ...Bury Me Not in the Lone Prairie...... Cowboy ..... ...Dancing Cheek to Check ................................ Secretary ..Sunny Boy Reverend ...... ...Dark ILyes ..Stenographer. .. P001 ......... ...VVhen the Spirit Moves Me .Play boy. ...... ..Spaghettx. ..Peanut Vender ..Street cleaner INond poor boy ....Ai11't Misbehavhf ...Pappy Yokem.... Boogie- W oogie "As I was sayiny ........ rythm ............................. Boy Meets Horn .. , ..I feel sleepy ............ Loafing ............................. Lazy Bones Mechanical Joe Szcnyri ............................... Freckles ........................... Gosh Drawing .................... My Little Freckle Face Artist Shy Bicycle ....... Uancmg Conversation. ...Lipstick Orchestra leader ........ Slim .....Scientist ................................. Blondie Henry Bussi Sleepy John Stanton Gerhard Strupkus.. 1. Back RowiDick Burns, Roy Curl, Paul Lukich; Front R0w J0hn Baglierc, Nick Levitsky. 2. Helen Ha11,Violet Clark Antoinette Sandora, Rosc Perry. 3. Back R0w Mary Rose Thompson, Anna Fiuora, Anna O'Palick; Middle R0w jcssic Jones, Nick chitsky; Front Row-Paul Lukich. 4. Dorothy John- son, Eliabeth Kolesar. 5. Back R0w Bctty Hclscl, Rudy Hamrock, Jack Nichols, Nich Levitsky; Middle R0w Jimmy Pannunzio, Elizabeth Kolesar, Jessie Jones. John Stanton; Front Row Pau1 Luckich, Marie Miller. 6. Mary Nan Avritt. 7. Bill McGlcn. 8. Mary Jane Laurie. 9. Nena Macarchenia, Beatrice Clem- ens, Libby DcBacco, Helen Rayouk. 10. Dot Fuller. 11. Helen Rayouk. Thirty-six '1-1gwta'4512'w'2' 1. Marie Miller, Paul Lukich, 2. Marie Miller, Danny Miller, 3. Kathleen Clark, 4. I1ol1y Samlura, 3. John Stanton, 6. Nancy Heckman, 15111 Goist, 7. Jessi: Jones, 8. Steel Mill, 0. 41 Buick, 10. Monument, 11. Goodyear Hangar. 12. John Stanton, 13. Dorothy Johnson, 14. Rose Perry, 15. Dormhy Scigh, 16. Jack Joseph, Jessie Jones. 17. Mill Creek Park, 18. Scienceville High School, 19. Rudy Hamrock, Andy Hammck, 20. License Plate, 21. Mill Creek Park. 22. Mechanical Drawing Class, 23. Metal Shop, 24. Auto Mechanic Room, 23. McKelvey Lake, 26. Mechanical Drawing, 27. Helen Lukich, Albert Lukich, Albert Vzwconi, 28. Niagara Falls. 29. Mass Porter, 30. XVillie Beachmun, 31. Richard Burns, Rov Curl. 32. ieur's DenaMill Creek Park. Thirty-seven Scenes During the Building of Our New Rooms. Thirty-eight MY THOUGHTS Some thoughts are very cheerful Others are so sade Some make me feel sorrowful And some thoughts make me glad. My thoughts are deep within me Arid there they will always stay; For 111 not tell them to others So theyql not get away. Dorothy Rotar Scienceville High, 9A SPRINGTIME Springtime is here with its gladness; Sunshine has come for awhile. Let showers wash away your sadness And come out to play with a smile. The birds seem to sing out the tidings Of the days of sunshine and rain. The wood-chucks have come from their hidings M . . , . . lo listen to the soft Wind 5 retrain. Forget all your troubles and sorrow, Remember that spring is sublime. So Why should you wait till to-morrow To enjoy the beautiful springtime? Frances Epperson SC-ienceville High, 9A MAKE BELIEVE Did you ever make believe That you were a fairy, Who by the touch of a wand Could make the world so merry? Or did you ever make believe You were a boy and not a girl, Who could climb a tree, At the count of three, Well, thafs make believe. If you never made believe. Try it once and see, And try to find the key, To make believe. Velia Antonini Scienceville High, 10A Thirty-nine tContinued from page 18y OlMalley was seldom observed closely. In fact-very seldom. The cone sensus would describe him as follows: HeighteBetween live and six feet. Color of eyeseDoubtful. Complexion-Fair tTo Middlingy Color of hairgNot definitely known. That should give you a Clear mental picture of our man. He had a cheerful, slightly mischievous look about him, as if he knew what all the problems were before he went to a physics exam, OlMalleyis most memorable stunt was, to us, more of a personal nature, and a little uncalled for. It happened in this manner: It was on a certain dull periodefourth, to be exact, when as many as usual pupils of this great insti- tution were studying with much concentration, for an exam. Being very absorbed in our work, he did not at first notice, until OlMalley nudged us, that he had very reluctantly let loose a poor innocent sparrow in the great audi- torium, upon whose stage so many of us have struggled. To make it worse, he tickled us individually, until we made the very walls of the hall tremble at the uproar. Of course, after this Confusion, we could not drag our minds back to our studies. And where; may 1 ask, did this little episode get us? It brought several of our number to detention, several to ruin through flunk- ing exams, and the few, who struggled tragically to keep their minds on their books, developed a most terrific ease of nerves. Sometimes, you see, OlMalley turned traitor. On the whole, however, he was an agreeable sort of fellow. O,Malleyls brother, the Man Who Wasnlt There, of national fame, dropped in on us one day. It wasthen that the principals hair turned three shades whiter, Scienceville School, itSelf shook on its very foundations. De- tention records became changed, absent sheets disappeared before they were recorded, and a couple of written reminders to see about those who skippede three or four, at leastejust up and werenlt there when the guardian of disci- pline got to his desk. O'Malley and his brother were a great team. The end of our acquaintance and dealing with OllWalley came shortly after it was announced that we would be given two days off at Thanksgiving time. The idea drove OlMalley a little off balance. He couldnlt see why the powers didnlt hew t0 the usual procedure of wasting no time whatsoever, We could have had a couple of swell themes out in the time they Changed to vacation. Reports of his exit, as those of his former actions, conflict to a great extent. Some say he rode the football horse out of the gymnasium window. Others swear they saw him subsequently wandering disconsolately out of the rear gate of the football field mumbling something about a llSystem." The fact remains that no more was heard or seen Of OlMalley. Maybe well see him again. We certainly hope so, for he was the only person who ever got under the teachers skin and kept his own at the same time. Forty Cfauag Top Row, left to righteJoe Zavatsky, Edward W'urm. Louis Steib, Bert Skipton, John Roth, Agnes Robnick. Charles Hassey, Mike Naples. Second RoweOrval Annabel, Marie Nichols, Nancy Heckman, Wilma May, Victor Lazar, Mike Perliney Albert Little, Antoinetta Sandora, Beatrice Menaldi. Third RoweStella White, Sophie Tatar, Norma Benini, Kathleen Mayhorn, Helen Pizzo- ferrota, Martha Boyd, Margaret Lenkey, George Sando. THE SENIOR B CLASS We entered Scienceville in Feb. 1938. In the Freshman and Sophomore years there were no ofiieers elected. In the Junior year the officers were Bert Shipton, President; Agnes Robnik, Vice President; Sophie Tartar, Secretary and Treasurer; Louis Stieb, Wilma May, Kathleen Mayhm'n, and Orval Annabel made up the Executive Committee. The same positions were held by the same people during the Senior year. For activities we held a ruller skating party in our Freshman year and another during our Junior year. The proceeds of them were used for our part Of the prom. In 12-B we had a roller skating party to raise money to pay for printing our pictures in the Annual. We have at this time in our Class 24 students. Our athletes are Bert Shiptnn, Jasketbzlll; Louis Stieb. Football; Mike Perline, Football; Charles Hussey, Football. In 9-B we had Mr. Miller for home room and in 9-A we were changed to Mr. Beeghlyk room where we have remained. Mr. Beeghly is now our advisor. Fortyetwo NATURE We feel the air getting warmer, Then the grass begins to appear, And it,s very easy to understand That spring is very near. The trees then don their new green dresses, And the Huwers begin to bloom. Then into the summer mnnths we glide Wihich pass away too 50011. Time passes on with rapid pace And the scene is changed once more, For now the leaves are red and brown Into the autumn that we adore. Then sluwly and surely the winter Will cume And everythingis buried in snow. Nature will g0 on repeating itself, As on through life we go. Rose Perry What Being An American Means to Me What being an American mums to me is very plain indeed For it sends through my heart :1 mighty thrill When we sing of the brave and the free. So today in our lzmd us our Hug Hies high. May we never see its stars zmd stripes full. And solemnly vow with our hearts lifted high, That we live in the lzmd that is best of all. The land of Liberty, where there is freedom for all. Fortyrthree r U 0 r... v. t r o F TOP PICTURE Back RoweRobert Card, Philip Easton, Jack Holmes, Chester Green, George Bargainer, Joe Ceapa, Edward Brienz, Leon Harmon, Henry Day, Nellie Copanic. Middle R0w--Melba Dutton. Doris Gray, John Chordas, James Clemens, Robert Anderson. Charles Ferguson, William Beacham, Morgan Jones, Ruth Gatewood, Dorothy Harris, Lucille Cobbin. Front Row-Betty Bailey, Willie Johnson, Charles Klimowicz, Bob Kelty, Mary Rose Haglrock, Kathleen Dobie, Dorothy Dewell, Jean Jackson, June James, Mary Helen Ro inson. CENTER PICTURE First RoweCharles Miller, Bill Sebo. Paul Rovnak, John Possert, Kenneth Kopp. Lawrence Sedlachko, William Thomas, Dale Shuster, Albert Mazzeo, Harry Pasku, Alfred Vas- coni, nnie Opalick, Rose Mary Thompson. Middle RoweAlberta Traeukle, Donna Lenhart, Betty McBride. Barbara Perry, Josephine Slabodi, Betty Slater, Antonette Perline, Pauline Keller, Dorothea Thomas, Irene Uhrin, Anna Rohan, Barbara Possert. Mary Ellen Steib. Front RoweClaire Spencer, Rose Marie Spagnola. Ruth Stewart, Evelyn McCaughtery. Louise Miils, Isabell Nyersy Mary Knebel, Mary Tarantino, Mildred Laird, Ruth Wardle, Marguerite Tavolario, Anna Tomko, Hazel VViseman. BOTTOM PICTURE Back RoweVirginia Lombard. Rose Pannunzio, Elizabeth Tuccio. Anna Zabloski, Mary Almer, Delores Hall. Betty Cramer. Evelyn Storey. Helen Lukich. Middle Row-Trene Semcchec. Robert Jackson. James Ricciardulli. Judd Carlock. Robbie gumer, Alberta Cash, Florence Ware. Evelyn Hoffman. Lcontine O'Brien. Marie onner. Front Rowchorge Kolman. Annabelle XVylam. Delmar XVoolcnsaCk, Arthur Reinhart. Jack Joseph, Robert Stycr. Joseph Alexander, Amcrigo Fcrrati. Hans Holztrager. JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY About 70 pupils returned to Scienceville High School on September 3rd. 1940, to take up the all-important duties as Juniors of this school. During the third week of school these Juniors. from the homerooms of Mr. McConnell and Mr. Ehrmann, met and elected officers for the year. The results were. President Albert lezzeo Vice President Edward Brienz Secretary Ruth Stewart Treasurer Irene Uhrin The first social function of the year given by the juninrs was a roller- skating party at Raycnwood Auditorium on December 9th. The class sold Christmas cards during October and November and also sold refreshments at the home football and basketball games. A Class play will be given April 25th. The social program of the year will end with the annual Junior-Senior From on June 6th at the Nu-Elms. Class President ...... Rnbert Jackson Vice President Charles Brunswick Secretary, Treasurer .................................................................... Irene Scmchee The January Class of 1943 has 30 members remaining at the end of their fifth semester. The activities were limited to a doughnut sale. a picnic, and the Junior Senior Prom. Charles Brunswick, Hans Holztrager, Amerigo Ferrante, Jack Joseph, and Arthur Reinhart were members of the athletic teams. Several of our members took part in Music and Public Speaking Activities. Forty-fwe o J- Forty-six - TOP PICTURE Front Row, left to righteGeorge Bradieh. John Bosela, Audree Hulbert, Margaret Chorey, Margaret Dutting, Opal Ensoe, Marie Cupler, Anna Garansi, Frances Clark, Anna Filtz, Irene Getz, Grace Brown, Irene Feher. Middle Row, left to righteAnthony Devite, Louis Boudi, Howard Fitch, Theresa Feehel, Betty Gilbert, Edna Dumhofi. Hazel Dinger, Harriet Johnson, Marjorie Davis, Henrietta Johnson, Elizabeth Lynch, Helen MeCarter, Beatrice Martin, Mary Bohaeh. Back Row, left to righteCarl Mahone. Sam Chichillo. George Hodder, James Grisset, James Cipriano, Eddie Garman. Neil Behne, Hubert Griswold, Earl Hoagland, Theodore Lupe, Jack Haug, Robert Eubanks. CENTER PICTURE Front Row, left to right-Johnny Lawhom, Alex Szenyeri, Robert Shallenbergcr, Randall VVilsou, George Dodson, Ruth White, Betty Mary Owens, Gloria Ludlum, Jane MC- Connell, Aime Planey, Marion Speerbreeher, Nancy Suehara, Stella Wilson. Middle Row, left to right-Marie Tuceio. Dorothy Tapliski, Ruby Robinson. Anna Queener, Ethel Sanders, Margaret Pinchot. Mary Pizzoferrato, Betty Veazey, Marilyn Moreland, Clara Szoke, Betty Ann Vilchek, Clara Watt. Back Row, left to righteWalter White. Steve Soroka. William Rooney, Jack Kemper, Jack Parry, Donald Wardle. Robert MeEaneney, Bill Turner, Raymond Krepps, George Welker, David Nesbitt. Clarence Shaffer. BOTTOM PICTURE Front Roweleft t0 right-Catherine Bedenich. Chester Shura. Bud Burrowsv Nick Roseta. Aaron Chazanoff, Albert Pannunzio. Robert French. Robert March. Robert Boom- hower Paul Stere, Willie Moore. Nick OiPallick, Kenneth Boldt, Glenn Harrington, James Wrenn. Middle Row. left to right-Rnth Ellen Landorf. Edith Bagalier. Virginia Chiehillo. Erma Smith, Mary Ann Kopsie. Richard Shipton, Jerry Bruce, Stanley Shaffer. Walter Miller. Eleanor Shroeder. Carmen Caepa, Mary Mancini, Betty Vosch, Velia Antonini, Anna Finora. Mary Takas. Anna Levitsky. Back Row, left to righteDandie Bell Mahone, Helen Blunt. Doris Owens. Marie Russo, Betty Tucker. LaVeme Dietz. Elizabeth Miller, Marilyn Harris. Beatrice Brown. Alice Ann Boos, Gertrude Spears, Joan VVebber, Margaret Easton, Aurora Fortunato. Stella Rohan, Katherine Sinkovieh. SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY The sophomores, the June Class of 1943, started,out in September with ninety students under the direction of Mrs. Pond, Miss Johnson, and Mr. Benninger; but because of withdrawals. Mr. Benninger's group was divided between the other two home rooms at the beginning of the second semester. William Rooney is our capable president with George Braidieh as viee-president. Clara Szoke is our secretary, while Betty Mary Owens keeps the money, and Glorla Lud- lum is social chairman. We had a Christmas party at which Chow Mein was served and gifts exchanged. Eddie Garman was our best salesman in selling doughnuts recently to obtain money for our fees for the annual. Fifteen sophomore girls are Girl Reserves. with Betty Mary Owens Devotional Chair- man. Theresa Fechtel and Marie Tueeio are in the first aid group. Two girls are in the G.A.A. and two boys in the Hi-Y. Twenty-four girls are in the glee club and ehoili Edna DomhoH, William Rooney. and Johnnie Lawhorn are outstanding in music. Johnnie takes part in all the musical organizations. Gloria Ludlum is a drum majorette. Four out of ten of the varsity basketball boys were from our classeJimmy Cipriano. Sonny Lupe, Jack Kemper. and Sam Cicchillo. Other sophomore players were George Hodder. Earl Hoagland, and Eddie Garman. We are proud of Jimmy Cipriano who helped win many games. He was chosen as a member of the all-city basketball team and had his picture in the Cleveland Plain Dealer. In the American Legion Essay Contest. Anne Planey and Clarence Shaffer won first place among the other tenth grade contestants in the city. We've enjoyed our sophomore year together and now we are looking forward to the new duties Wthh will be ours as JulllOI'S. MARION SPEERBRECHER Forty-sevcn The Sophomore Class tIO-Bl consists of 50 students. With Miss Seidel as Adwsor. We elected the following officers on September 19, 1940: President-James Wren. Vice President-Chester Shura. Secretaryejoan Webber. TreasurereMargaret Easton. Chairmen oi the following committees were appointed: Social CommitteeeRuthellen Landorf. Welfare CommitteeeVelia Antonini. Program Committee-Kenneth Boldt. At Christmas time the class made up two large baskets of groceries which were given to a needy family. The class sponsored a motion picture to raise money for their groupis picture in the annual. Students who take part in school activities. Junior High Basket-ball Team. Aaron Chazanoff, Carol McFall, Albert Pannunzio. 3000 A. D. tBased on a Newspaper Clippingi By Betty Ausnehemer According to statistics the male sex of the human race is gradually de- creasing in strength and the female sex is increasing. At the present rate of change by 3000 AD. women will be doing the things and holding the positions that men do and hold in the present day. ln 3000 AD. it will not be unusual for a woman to be the president of a nation. The Queen instead of the King will hold the political reins of an empire. It will be the women that join the armies and navies to protect their homes and families. The men will have to stay at home and do the dishes and take care of the baby. One thousand fifty-nine years from today it will no longer be the boy's privilege to ask for a date. The females will claim this right. On a date the girl will open the doors, help the boy With his coat, and follow the boy into the bus or seat. She will also be the one that dishes out the money for the good times. Leap year will not give the girls the privilege to pop the question- instead the boys will have their turn. It will be the usual thing for the girl to pop the question. So Boys, you better make hay while the sun shines on your side of the fence. Forty-eight Ozganizationi TOP PICTURE Back RowMNorma Bcnini, Nancy Heckman, Agnes Robuik, Betty Ausnchmer, XVilma May, Ida Mae Pallay, Martha Boyd, Angelina Dchlorc. Betty Cramcr, Rose Marie Spagnola, Blanche Rosscr, Caroline Traenkle, Louise Mills. Middle Row Ste11a Jane White, Marie Nichols. Libby DeBacco. Dorothy Johnson, Stella Wilson, Jean Jackson, Helen Hall, Dorothy Fuller, Helen Lukich, Alberta Traenklc, Kathleen Dobie; Helen Pizzoferrota, June James, Melba Dutton. First Row-Freda Baun, Minerva Chazauoff, Mary Nan Averitt, Rose Perry, Beatrice Menaldi, Betty Helsel, Grace Brown, Barbara Perry, Anna Zabloski, Elizabeth Tuccio, Margaret Lenkey, Mary Jane Laurie, Ruth Stewart. BOTTOM PICTURE Back R0w Annabe11e VVylam, Dorothy Tapiliski, Dorothy Fuller, Mary Ellen Stcib, Mary Hamrock, Wilma May, Ida Pallay, Betty Cramer, Elizabeth Tuccio, Louise Mills, Nancy Heckman, Helen Lukich. Third Row-Margaretta Tavilerio, Irene Semshee, Ruth Stewart. Barbara Perry, Mary Pizzofcrrota, Anna Planey, Gloria Ludum, Marie Tuccio. Betty Ausnehmer, Doris Gray, Alice Buschlag. Rose Marie Spagnola, Helen Pizzoferrota, Melba Dutton. Second Row Miss Johnson, Norma Benini, Agnes Robnik, Martha Boyd, Mary Owens, Theresa Fektile, Irene Uhrin, Betty Baily, Josephine Slabodi, Charlotte Hynes Betty McBride, Betty Slagal, Drothy Johnson, Anna Macynski, Anna Rohan, Anna Zabloski. First Row-Ruth White, Stella Jane White, Freda Baum, Minerva Chazanoff, Mary Nan Avcritt. Rose Perry, Beatrice Menaldi, Stella Wilson, Clara Zoak, Grace Brown, Jessie Jones, Margaret Lenkey, Marion Spears, Kathleen Clark, Evelyn McCaughtry. Fifty G. A. A. The officers for this year were: President, Betty Hclsel ; Vice President, Marie Nichols; Sc.-Treas., Freda Baun. The G. A. A. started off it's year with a Wiener roast-scavenger hunt. During the year they have had several dances, square dances, parties and suppers. A very successful year was closed With a picnic and the election of officers for the coming year. GIRL RESERVE The Loho Reserve program for 1940-41 was the following: Sept. 26, Initiation party ............ Nov. 4, Recognition 'FCZL..W......NUV. 18, Musical Program ............ Dec. 2, Home Talent Program ............ Dec. 16, Christmas party ............ Jim. 6'. Social Refurm, Miss Guskeen ............ Feb. 3, Guest Speaker. Mrs. Luck- $011 ............ Feb. 17, First Aid. Miss Clark ............ March 3, Social Evening ............ March 17, Personality Program ............. April 7, Hairstylist ............. , tpril 21, Vocational pro- gram on Teaching ............ June 2, Talent Program, Girl Reserve Picnic and election of ofhccrs. Other activities of the Loho Girl Reserves were: A class in handicraft led by Miss Johnson during the lunch hour, a class in First Aid at the Y. W. C. A.,led by Miss Ryan. The Loho girls presented 21 basket of groceries to a needy family on Thanksgiving and Christmas, A donation for candy was 21150 presented to a mission for Christmas All-city Girl Reserves participated in the following activities of the year: Camp Y--ut:l Conference; WMrld Fellowship Banquet; Dills, Tczl; G. R. Kirthday Party; G. R. Hi-Y Conference; G. R. Hi-Y Vesper Service; G. R. Spring Prom. The Lohu Girl Reserve Officers are: President .............................. Charlotte Hynes Social Chairman ............... Dorothy Dcwell Vice President ........................ Ruth Stewart Social Service Chairman .............. Betty Secretary ............................... Martha Boyd Auscnheimer Treasurer ................... Dorothy Johnson Devotional Chairman ...... Betty Mary Council Representative ......... Doris Gray Owens Program Chairman ......... Betty McBride Music Chairman...Eve1yn MchLughtry Publicity Chairman...Beatrice MCHledl The Loho Girl Reserve Advisor is Miss Johnson. Fifty-one Top Row, left to right Chas. Ferguson. Edw. Brienz, Wilbert Beacham, James Wren, Jack Joseph, George Bradich, Miss Zappi. Front Row, left to right Clarc Szokc, Helen Lukich, Grace Brown, Betty Cramer, Beatrice Clemens, Alfred Vascoui. kick Row, left to right Charlcs Ferguson. Albert Mazzio, John Baglieri, Harry Cipriano, Paul Lukich, Albert Pannunzio, Arthur Reinhart, James Patterson, Wilbert Beacham, George Welkcr, James Pannunzio. Middle Row, left to right VVarren Harris, Charles Bunswick, Kenneth Kopp, Dale Schustcr, Donald Behnc, Louis Steib. Jack Kcmpcr, Nick Livitsky. Front Row, left to right J0hn Soroka, E. Bricnz, Warren Hulburt, William MCGlen, John Krautncr, Harry Pasku, Aaron ChazanoH, Alfred Vasconi, Richard Shipton, Mr Bcacham. Fifty-two THE DEBATING CLUB Various activities were on the slate for the past year; debating in tourna- ments, debating before PTA. groups, acting and giving readings, and taking part in the Student Congress. The Debating Club debated all the high schools in Muhoning Valley in practice debates . Our HA,' team, Alfred Vaseoni and Edward llrienz on the affirmative team and Charles Ferguson and George Bradich 011 the negative team, attended the tournaments at Canton and at Struthers. They also attended one at South High School in which the speakers were rated as winning individually. Before the P. T. A. of John White School, a debate on Resolved: The Modern Parent is superior to the parent of old. Clara Szoke, Helen Luckich, 21nd Beatrice Menaldi gave declamations in various assemblies. 'lThis Awful Age" was also presented in which all the students participated. It was :1 great success and was given for the benefit of paying for the new curtains in our new Speech Room. Four students attended the Student Congress at W'adsworth. At the colorful National Forensic League pageant in May, three new members were added to our Chapter, who are Charles Fergusun, Helen Lukich, and Grace Brown. The ofhcers are: President. Edward llrienz; Secretary, Clara Szoke; Social Chairman, Betty Cramer; Librarian. Helen Luckich; and Time Keeper, Jack Joseph. Officers lst Semester 2nd Semester President ......................................................... Nick Levitsky ........................................... Harry Cipriann Vice President ...... s Kert Shipton ...... Paul Lukich Secretary ........ John Baglieri.... James Pannunzio Treasurer... James Patterson .John Soroka Social Chairman. Program Chairman ........ Harry Ciprinnu... ..... Wilbert Hezlcham...... .john Baglieri ...... Wilbert Beacham During the first semester we sponsored 21 CO-ED party at Bearls Den which was a great success . . , Wilbert Beziehzlm and Alfred Vasconi repre- sented our club at Dayton in the Older Boys, Conference on November 29, 30. Dec. 1 . . . In the second semester we sponsored :1 skating party at Rayen Wood Auditorium and a sport hop at John White . . . Both of these events were successful and we used the proceeds to pay for a school piano . . . The Hi-Y Basketball League started on January 11 . . . We elected Albert Mazzeo as our captain . . . We had a successful season winning 7 and losing 7 . . . Paul Lukich, Nick Levitsky, James Patterson, Harry Cipriano, John Soroka, and James Pannunzio represented our club on Hi-Y Civic Day when the Hi-Y clubs of the City took over the city government for nne dayeMarch 3 . . . M1: Beaeham is our adviser. Fifty-three Top Row, left to righteDorothea Thomas, Donna Lenhart, Betty Cramer, Rosemary Thompson, Jessie Jones, Wilma May, Helen Hall, Anna Opalick, Isabell Nyers, Antoinetta Sandora, Kathleen Mayhorn, Helen Pizzoferrota, Louise Mills, Doris Gray. Second Row-Miss Orville, Rose Marie Spagnola, Betty HelselK Betty Clemens, Agnes Robnik, Betty Slagle, Betty Bailey, Nellie Copanic, Melba Dutton, Rudy Hamrock, CRuth Steward. Mildred Higgins, Dorothy Seigh, Anna Kotsch, Hazel Aaron, Miss otterman. Third RoweLibby DeBacco, Elizabeth Kolesar. Violet Clark, Dale Shuster, Norma Benini, Edward Brienz, Beatrice Menaldi, Margaret Lenkey, Anna Macynski, Anna Rohant Pauline Kollar, Barbara Perry, Nick Levitsky, Marjorie Anderson, Irene Uhrin. COM M ERCI AL CLUB The Commercial Club is made up of Commercial students of the Junior and Senior Classes. The ufhcers are: President, Helen H2111; Vice President, Libby DeBacco; Secretary, Elizabeth Kolasar; Treasurer, Rudy Hamrock, The purpose of the Club is to give the students some idea of What to expect When they enter the business world. There are 48 students enrolled. Miss Cotterman and Miss Orville are the advisors. The first activity of the year was a TTPot Luck" supper, where gifts were exchanged. In January, Mr. Green, from the business world, spoke about opportunities in business. A Sport Hop followed. Then came a donut sale. The TtSenior" part of the Club went to Pittsburgh to go through the Heinz factory and other points of interest there. The year drew to a Close with a picnic and an election of ofhcers. Fifty-four MUSIC DEPARTMENT The Music Department has over 200 members and nine organizations including Freshman Chorus, Jr. Orchestra, Sr. Band, Sr. Orchestra, A Cappella Choir, B0335 Glee Club, GirlTs Glee Club, GirlTs Octettc and Boys Quartet. These organizations have featured special activities during the past year. The Marching Band took its usual place at the football games in the fall. The vocal organizations participated in sectional and state contests at Kent, Alli- :mce and Columbus. The entire Department held an annual banquet, where pins were presented to the graduating Seniors. The. Department is under the direction of Mr. D. West Richards. The A Cappella Choir. under the direction of Dr. D. West Richards presented the Operetta tTLove Pirates of Hawaii." They also participated in the N. O. E. District Music Contest at Kent State University, The officers for the year were: President Bill Cowdcn Vice - President ......... Bert Shipton See'y and Treas Freda Baun TtLove Pirates of Hawaitm Dorothy Dear .............................. Miss Primer ........................... Evelyn M chmghtery Helen Lukich .Grace Brown Lehua Karnlzmi Sophie Tatar Lilinoe Kathleen Clark Maile M ary Nan Avritt Billy Wood ........ Jack Nichol Pirate Chief ........... John Stanton XVarren Hulbert Scary Fiftyflve Girls Glee Clb Helen Hall, President. Phyllis Deterding, Vice President. Lucretia Johnson. Sedy. Caroline Traenkle. Treas. The Girls Glee Club con- sists of 60 members. 011 March 22, the day we went to Kent and are eligible for the State contest in Colum- bus. A good time was had by all. On April 8 we went to Columbus and a good time was had by all. Boys Glee Club The offlcers are: Presi- dent. Jack Nichol; Vice President, Victor Lazar; Sec.-Treas., John Stanton; Librarians, Bert Shipton and Warren Hulburt. The Glee Club took part in the yearly contest at Kent Stadium and were eligible for the State con- test at Columbus. They went to Kent March 27 and 10 Columbus April 18. They participated in the all city Boy's Glee Club, which was part of the Music Festival held in Stambaugh Auditorium. First Row, left to right-Caroline Traenkle, Frances Clark, Ruth VVhiTe, Mary Pizzoferato, Margaret Dutting, Sophie Tatar. Rose Panhunzio. Helen Hall. Minerva Chaznoff. Ida Mae Pallay, inlma May, Nancy Heckman, Angeline Ferrante, Marjorie Davis, Virginia Lombard, June James, Loontine O,Brien, Nancy Suehara. Second Row, left to righteAudrey Hulbert, Jean Jackson. Margaretc Taverlerio, Mary Rose Hamrock, Evelyne McCaughtI-y, Gloria Ludlum, Dorothy Tapliski, Elizabeth Tuccio, Anna Zabloski. Barbara Perry. Mary Nan Avritt, Clara Watt, Antoinette Perline, Betty Ann Vilchek, Theresa Fechtel, Ethel Sanders, Helen Lukich, Irene Feher, Margaret Cherry. Third Row, left to righteBette Gilbert, Hazel Dinger. Edna Domhoff, Annabelle VVyIam, Clara Szoke, Ann Planey, Stella Wilson, Rose Perry, Violet Clark. Beatrice Menaldi, Kathleen Clark, Mary Jane Laurie. Stella White, Phyllis Deterding. Lucretia Johnson, Mildred Laird, Ruth VVardlc, Margaret Pinchot, Grace Brown. Bottom Row, left to righteJames Carter, Mike Perline, Bill Kemper. Bill Cowden, Marlin Shepherd. Helen Hall. Victor Lazar, Orval Annabel, Warren Hulbert, John Stanton, Nick Rosetti. Middle Row, left to righteMrl Richards, Bill Thomas. Theodore Lupe. Sam Chicchillo, Bill Rooney, George Sando, James Ricciardulli. Nick Pope, Walter XVhite. Bert Shipton. Donald Behne. Top Row, left to righteRobert Shallenberger, Steve Soroka. Jack Nichol. John Roth, Amerigo Ferrante, Chester Green, George Hodder, Willie Moore, Robert McEaneney. John Lawhorne. Fifty-six CHOIR .Row lhAudree Hulburt, Betty Gilbert, Edna Domhoff, Rose Perry, Stella Wilson, Barbara Perry, Violet Clark, Beatrice Menaldi, Clara Szoke. Phyllis Deterding. Lucretia Johnson, Mary Jane Laurie, Margaret Pinchot. Mildred Laird, and Stella White. Row ZiHazeI Dingcr. Ann VVylam. Orval Annabel, George Sando. Bert Shipton, Robert Scholnberger, Bill Cow- den, Marlin Shepherd, Jack Nichols, john Stanton, Nick Rosetta, Victor Lazar, Nick Pope, John Lawhorn, Ruth VVardle. and Grace Brown. Row 3hAnne Planey. Jean Jackson, Marguerite Tavalcrio, Maryrose I'Iamrock, Gloria Ludlum, Evelyn Mc- Caughtry. Virginia Lombard, Elizabeth Tuccio. Anne Zabloski. Mary Nan Avritt. Ruth Stewart, Clara Watt. Antonette Perline, Betty Ann Vilchck. Theresa Fcchtcl, Irene Fcher, and Margaret Chorey. Row 4-Caroline Traenklc. Frances Clark, Ruth VVhito. Mary Pizzofcrrato, Margaret Dutting. Sophie Tatar, Rose Pannunzio. Evelyn Storey, Freda Baun, Minerva Chazanoff, June James, Ida Mae Pallay, W'ilma May. Nancy Heckman, Kathleen Clark, Margaret Lcnky, Leontinc O'Brien, Nancy Suehara. and Dorothy Tapliski. Row ShVValter W7ltite, Bill Thomas, George Hoddcr, Mike Pcrline, Sam Cicchillo, John Roth, Theodore Lupe. Amerigo Ferranti, Chester Green, Donald Bchnc, James Carter, Willie Johnson, Robert McEaneney, Warren Hulbert. XVilliam Rooney, Stcvc Scroka. and James Riccudulli. OCTETTE Left to righthAnnabelle VVylam, Helen Rayouk, Edna Domhoff, Phyllis Deterding, Nina Macarchenia, Ruth Stewart. Evelyn McCaughtry. Freda Baun, Mary Nan Avritt, Helen Hall at the piano. A Capella Choir Girls Ensemble The Girl's Ensemble con- sists of nine girls and the accompanist. After going to Alliance, April 5, 1941, to join the North Eastern Ohio Contest, they received the rating of excellent, thus being eligible to go to Oberon to compete in the state Contest. They have also sung for various groups such as the Kiwanis Club. at the Epworth Church. for school programs. etc. Band and Orchestra The Band. led by eight Drum Majorettes, a Drum Major. and Mascot. consis- ted 0f 40 members who marched at all the football games, and played in num- erous assemblies. The Orchestra presented a program at John White School for the P. T. A. OFFICERS James Patterson President Arthur Reinhart Vice-President Evelyn McCaughtry Sec. and Treas. John Stanton and Jack Nichol Librarians Back RowhArthur Reinhart, Robert Card, Robert Anderson. Alice B005. William COWdeu, Wilbert Bcacham, Betty Hclsel, James Patterson, George Walker, Walter White. Middle RothIr. Richards, Morgan Jones, Alberta Traenkle, Donna Lenhart, Jack Kemper, John Stanton, Mike Naples, Kathleen Dobie, Dorothy Dowell, Betty Mary Owens. First Rothohu Largahorn, Ruth Morris, Betty Ausnehmer. Richard Shipton. Glen Harrington, Jack Joseph. jean Jackson, Martha Boyd, Caroline Traenkle, Jack Nichols. BAND Back Rowhjohn Longhorn, Robert Johnson, Buddy Luxon, Walter White, Charles Ferguson, Jack Joseph, Robert Card, Wilbert Beacham, William Cowdeu, John Stanton, Jack Nichols, Jack Kemper, Alberta Traenkle, Phyllis Dcterding, Betty Helscl, Caroline Traenkle. Middle Rokahyllis Rinehart, Bernice Brownlee, Dorothy Taliliski, Jean Jackson, Dorothy Dowell, Kathleen Dobie, Alice Boos, Betty Ausnehmer, Betty Mary Owsns, Martha Boyd, Mike Naples, Albert Missouri, Robert Anderson, George Walker, Clarence Williams, Arthur Rinehart, Patsy Pullasuco. First RowhDavy Richards, Shirley Giering, Paul Jugenat, Evelyn McCaughtry, Gloria Ludum, Kathrin Bees, Betty Cramer, Morgan Jones, Helen Lukich, Norma Bair, Louise Mills, Edith Bagliere, Donna Jean Thomp- son, Nick Fair, Glen Harrington, Clarence Williams. Fifty-eight cqtgfafiai HMA A V WW Top Row-Manager N. Levitsky, R. Shipton, A. Pannanzio, F. Hoagland, D. Behne, A. Shippoli E. Hoagland, J. Joseph. E. Slater, J. Matesy. Manager J. Possert. Middle R0w1Coach B. G. McGinnis, M. Perline, A. Little, L. Steib, P. Easton, J. Carlock, E. Miller, F. McRae, H. Holtzsrager, C. Hassey, G. Hodder. Asst. Coach M. A. Heck- man. Last Row1Manager C. Klimowitz, S. Chiccilo, J. Cipriauo, L. Sedlachko, J. Panuunzio, H. Cipriano, J. Baglieri, P. Lukich. J. Holmes, D. Burns, R. Curl, B. Sebo, Manager L. Harmon. F 00 TBALL The HRulldogs1, fmished their 1940 football season with one tie and eight losses. This was the first season that Mr. McGinnis was head coach. 'Coach McGinnis lows seven players: Backfield men, Curl and Burns; Linemen, 1'1. CIprizmo, Lukich, Pannunzio, Baglieri, and McRae. On December 6, 1940, the football team received their letters. Those receiving letters were: Captain H. Cipriano, 'hlrns, Curl. Hodder. Cicchillo, J,runswick, Hasscy, Perline, J. Ciprianu, Lukich, McRae, Baglicri, Sudlachko, Miller, Carlnck, Pannunzio, Holmes, and Manager Possert. 1940 SCHEDULE Scienccvillc Opponents Sciencevillc Opponents 7 ......................................................... Niles 27 0 .................................... Newton Falls 0 0 ............................................ Wellsville 41 7 1 ........................................... Bessemer 20 0 ......................................................... Fitch 13 0 Lowellville 13 O ........................ Woodrow Wilson 14 12 ......................................... Brookfield 13 0 ............................................... Hubbard 13 BASKE TBALL The Scienceville High Cagers Closed their season With five victories 21ml thirteen defeats. The Bulldogs defeated Hubbard twice, Lowellville, Ursuline, 21nd Chaney. 1n the city series Scienceville won two and lost four. They lost a close one to East 47-43, while they held Wilson, the City Champs until late in the fourth quarter. A captain was appointed before each game this season. Sciencevill e participated in the N. E. O 'lournament at Souths New Field House, and was eliminated by Girurd 45-32 in 21 game closer than the $0110 indicates. jim Cipriano, :1 sophomore, was placed 215 21 first string forward on the All City Team. Coach Hcckmzm will lose fuur varsity 111011111015. J1111'115, Baglieri. l'l. Cipri- zmo, anvil Jennings, by graduation. Five lcttermzm will be returning around which may be. built 21 successful team for 1041-42. 1940-1941 SCHEDULE Sciencevillc Opponents Scienccvillc Opponents Howland 32 38 .............................. 131171111 52 Poland 34 43 ........... East 47 11 32 Rayen 47 ...................... Niles 49 35 Struthers 36 Lowellville 33 43 .................................................. South 56 42 ................................................ Hubbard 23 35 ........................ Woodrow 1Vilsm1 50 44 Lowellville 26 47 ................ 1 rsuline 30 18 ......................................... Brookheld 45 44 . Chaney 32 31 ................................. Newton Falls 52 32 .................................... Girard 45 18 ............................................. Memorial 29 .2 4 625 Totals 738 Back Row, left to rigl1t4Albel't Pannunzio Arthur Reinhart Cariol Mefall John P055011, George VVelkCr,Be11 McGinnis Middle Row, left to right4Richard Shipton 101111 Baglieri, Jack Kemper Charles Hassay. Fred V1alke12-1aron Cl1azanolf,Charles Klimowich 1111'. Heckman Front Row. left to 1'ight-H211'1'y Cipriano, Theodore Lupe. James Cipi'iano, Chester Green, Bert Shipton, Otis Jennings. MY COUNTRY I am glad that I can say That I live in the U. S. A. Where I can go to school each day And then come home at night to play. And to have a mother and a dad Who make me sad and make me glad And help me with my problems too That are old and that are new. just think of the Children across the sea! I imagine they dunit have bread ur tea Nor anything good 01' nice like us Not even :1 car or a big school bus. And so Pm glad that I have a right To claim 21 country as nice as this: And when I go to bed at night Have :1 mother and :1 dad to kiss. Bernice Rrownlee Scienceville High. 9.X THIS FEBRUARY WEATHER This February Weather just gets me down! It's not like March nf great renown; IFS just a month of wintry cold, Like March and April With winds so bold. This February XVeather is such a bore! When the Wind is howling at the door It's good to know that youire inside Away from winds that out-side bide. ItIs February weather, so some folks tell That makes a person feel as tingly 21s a bell The ground is white With the new fallen snuw; And on it glistens the suifs soft glow. Joe Matasy Scienceville High, 9A Sixty-two 5 ,wJ VT a T ,w m 77 TOP PICTURE Back Row-Olive VVolford, Lorena Hulbert, Alice Zuschlag, Clara Belle Ponick, Julia Macynski, Earl Hoag- land, William Ware, Wesley Scott, Martin Backner, Dan Miller, Vincent Nardy, Earnest Ruffelo, Edgar Williams, Julia Tekete, Albert Misura. Middle Row-Daisy Antonini, lice Hover. Ruth Schahay. Josephine Alexander Norma Bair. Irene Kallivas, Frances Harris. Joyce Huey, Frances Matesevoc, Bernice Browulee, Phyllis Reinhart, Frances Traenkle, Norma Kopsic, Ruth Keys. Front ROWwMaynard Trehorn. Dale Laird. Anthony Vens. John Boomhower. John Sudon, Raymond Leprosini, W'alter Trymon, Danny Almer. Bill Makosky. Jack Shaffer. Paul Perry, Ruth Morris. Margaret W'ard, Leorna Hieght, Helen Terrell. Anne Adamosky, Shirley Gering. Back Row-Patsy Piloruso, Cecilia Koller, Charles Kalasky. Richard Moore, Elizabeth Salapek, Nick Fair, Nathan Wallace, Irene Zavatsky, Marita Bair, Mary Fedor, Betty Sanders. Elizabeth Rovnak. Dorothy Rotar. Middle ROWeBetty Lupe, Lucy Pasku, Margaret Higham. Mildred Nichols. Marie Perline, Anna Ellis, Irene Salyard. Helen Haus, Frances Epperson, Grace Watson, Bernice Blair, John Callahan, Dandic Bell Mahone, Elverna Morrison. Front Row-Angeline Ferrani, Constantine Naples, Francis Styer. Edward Slater, Jack Harris, Joe Matsey, Ralph Luster, Anna Hudock, June Alexander. Dorothy Klimowitz, Pearl Boley, Robert White, Lester Har- mon, Paul Jeaugunat FRESHMAN CLASS Although the home-rooms of the 9A class are Mr. Alexander's room and Miss Zeisler's room, several 9A students are found in the rooms of Miss Seidel and Miss Miller. The officers of this class are: PresidentePaul Jeauguenat. SecretaryeFrances Traenkle. Vice PresidenteFrauces Epperson. TreasurereEdgar Williams. There are several activities in which members of this class may take part. There are 9A boys in the Junior High Basketball Team and 9A students in the Junior High Orchestra. Many of the Freshmen are members of the Mixed Chorus. There are also other activities. Frances Traeukle, our secretary, wrote an essay about Lincoln and the Constitution. It was the winning 9th grade essay in the city of Youngstown. She also read it in an assembly and it was appreciated by all who heard it. Sixty-four I Back Row, left to right J0hn Matrich, Sam Johnson. Fred Cimaglia, Edward Ncubakcr, Benny Donahue, Charles Fitch, Jesse Freeman, Norman Howard, Aloma Harris, Morton Annabel, Middle Row Edward Dcvite, John Sandora, Leo DeBlazio, Dorothy Jane Owens, Donna Jean Thompson, Jean Domhoff. Donald Cower. Robert Silvosky. Ezell Armour. James Johnson. Front Row R0bert Roth, Catherine Maker, Margaret Ermcrt. Agnes Hamrock, Margaret Mcnaldi, Bonnie Lou Wilcox, Pauline Fcchtel, Elizabeth Pappas, Lila Nix. Betty Pee, Mary Ann Card. Back Rowy left to right VVarreu Gidney, Richard Smith. Major Hall, Max Bennett, Ernest Lokey, Edmund Williams, Harry Bennett, Harold Kemcry. Middle R0w Virginia Sayavich, Martha Continenzo, George Jay, Vernon Atkins, Ralph Whistler, Wilma Young, Emery Hutton, William Whistler, John Semchcc, Steve Cola. Front Row Joc Miller, Russell Williams. Theresa Pascarella. Anna Ricciardulli. Mary Berg, Sarah Jarmon, Blossic Gibson, Christine Johnson, Jonnic B011 Eskew, Julius Blunt, TOP PICTURE Back Row-aTulius Rosslcr, Thomas Punukar. Robert Shodd. John Benedict. Frederick Harris, Edward Gatcwood John Spcvrbrccker, William Hamilton, John Higgins. .Iolh's VVelthcr, Milton Eskew. Middle Row Junior Carter. Ruby Gifford, Hazel Satterwhitc. Barbara Elie. Jacqueline Gray, Laura Thomas, Helen Dclltlorc, Virginia Zins, Margaret Guntrum. Thomas Walker. Front Row Anna Nackctt, George Finora, Alice VVardlc, Peggy Guycr, Pauline Shura, Maxine Snyder, Dorothy Gilbert, Genevieve Bird, Roberta Cupler, Josephine Meeker. BOTTOM PICTURE Back Row-Milan Rraidich. Dominic Perry. Thomas Benson. James Hughcy. Alfred Schlatter, Earl Johnson. Ivory linuio, james Robinson, William VVclther, Chas. Buchanan, James Cobbin, Amos McRae. Middle Rothictor Storey, Buddy Luxon, Clarence Williams. Daisy Jackson. Caroline Banks, Betty Louise VVardlc, Charles Davis, Charles Harris, Marion Fiitz, William Giering, Mike Sinkovich. Front Rowthliam Circclla. Bonnie Pickcns, Barbara Jane Hull, Betty J0 Stopyra. Rose Bachuer, Irene Paskn, Rose Anne Miller, Ruth XVilson, Rosalie Johnson, Esther Brunswick, Thomas Van Fossen. Sevc11ty-f1vc pupils entered the home rooms of Miss Hoskin and Mr. Bcacham in September. During the Week before Christmas vacation the pupils in the home rooms brought in canned foodsy fruit, eggs and hour to 1311 baskets for the poor. After Christmas vacation we started Flrst aid. Miss Hoskin asked Miss Clark to give us first aid lessons. She comes in cvcry other Friday and tcache us what to do in cases of accident, simple bums, and cuts. 011 the alternate Fridays, the pupils in the home rooms give an assembly in the music room. Most of the, programs are given by the pupils. We have four boys in the home rooms who received letters for basketball 0n the Junior High Team. Barbara Jane HullhBetty J0 Stopyra. Sixty-six TOP PICTURE Zack Row, left to right Char1es Terrell, Theodore Johnson, John Adamosky, Robert Smith, John Rossler, Paul Kcmpc, Samuel Blackshear, John Demetra, David Wallace, James Storey. Middle Row Mary Cobbin, Eleanor Hall, Nellie Naples, Katherine DcMarco, Mary Alice Sarver, Eleanor Pinchot, Ventilene Atkins, Louella McCarter, Gertrude Sullivan. Front R0w John McCarty. Virginia Sandora, Louise Johnson, Margaret Simmon, Helen Dodson, Joyce Shacklock, Mildred Higham, Irene Smith, Anna Puncekar, Mary Lou Gray. BOTTOM PICTURE Back Row, left to right C1arcnce Williams. Harrington VVilkcns. John Robnik, Ford 0165, Neugcnc Carlock, Mathew Moore, jack jones. Middle Row D0rothy Bruce, Margaret Carlock. Elowese Bargaineer, Elizabeth Williams. Lucille Little, Thelma Edwards, Mabel Brown. Front Row Eve1yn Bott, Mrtha Stevens, Betty Murctic, Rose Takas, Emma Clark. Eleanor May, Ruth Krcpps, Betty VVardle. TOP PICTURE Top Row Mikc Micko, Franklin White, Erwin Adavazio, Paul Zuschlag, Joe Pieton, William Easton, Dick Haldeman, Donald Wylam. Middle R0w Dona1d Rotar, Laverne Wilding, Jack Feaster, Donald Hoagland, Leonard NichoL Julius Horanski, Mary Bennett, Emita Walton. Bottom R0w Gc0rge Bruce, Edward Menaldi, Helen Misgura, Sarah Langford, Shirley Gordon, Ruth Gray, Evelyn Dutton, Theresa Huber, Katherine Puncckar. BOTTOM PICTURE Top R0w Frank Wanamaker, Richard Peiffer, Ellwood Hack, George Bolcy, Raymond Howe, James Heckman, Danny Syron, George Hall. Middle Row ErnCst Zavatsky, Jean Joseph. Grace Lou McCall, Eleanor Fortunate, Eleanor Tuccio, Rita Laprocino, Shirley Slater, Bob Eckman. First Row-Clifford Daley, Loraine Pce, Muriel Kerbata, Wanda Cupler, Mary Pushar, Mary Lou Cruccaresc, Angela Vena, Junc Isaman, Sammy Pizzoferrato. Sixty-cight 7A Our class consists of twenty-eight members. Some came from John White, Others came from Warren Richey and still others from Scienceville Grade. Here we are all working together hoping to become useful citizens in the near future. Most of us are good students but, Mary Bennett is probably the outstanding member of our class. Our officers are Sarah Lang- ford, President; William Easton, Vice President; Edward Menuldi, Secretary; Leonard Nichol, Treasurer. We enjoy poetry but there is no poet in our group. We have several story writers namely Emita Walton, Sarah Langford, Evelyn Dutton and Theresa Hubert. The largest and most outspoken member of our class is Joe Pieton, who spends considerable time in detention. We have had several skating parties and some of our class has taken part in basketball. A few are. also members of the junior Orchestra. A11 in 2111 our class is a very good class and we expect to be 813,5 next year. Sixty-nine Top Row, left to right2John McCarthy, John Walker, John Adamnowsky. Alfred Schlater, Joe Pieton, Jack Harris, James Johnson. Middle Row, left to right2Lester Harmon, Edward Schlater, Edmond Williams, Eugene Miller, Earl Johnson, Paul Perry, Mr. Luxon. Bottom Row, 1eft to right2Lawrence Pardue, Nathan Wallace. Edgar Williams, Vincent Nardi, Ivery Ennis, Clarence Williams. J UN I OR H I GH BASKETBALL The Scicncoville Junior High czlgers experienced :1 very successful season by winning thirteen and losing four. They were runners up to Hillman for the city championship. The players who received letters are: Chazanov, McFall, Pannunzio, Nardy, Ennis, Edgar Williams, C. Williams, Wallace, Johnson and Schallter. Coach Luxon will have Ewe lettermen returning: Ennis, C. Williams, Ed. Williams. Johnson, and Schallter with which he hopes to have another sue cessful season. SCHEDULE Scienceville Opponents Scionceville Opponents 23 ............................................. Howland 16 23 ...................................................... 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STUDENTS A Reward For Your Efforts May It Continue Nu-Elm Ballroom 529 Elm St. The Mansion Logan Road I... A. Cavalier, Jr., Manager 0 o o H. 09-- oomwno;wm O Compliments of MYRON M. GOODWIN REGISTERED ARCHITECT Union National Bank Bldg. Phone 44316 THE CAPS AND GOWNS Worn By The GRADUATING CLASS OF 1941 Were Furnished By C. E. Ward Company NEW LONDON, OHIO Gowns for School Choirs, Glee Clubs, Band Uniforms The Hewit-Bowman Co. GENERAL INSURANCE SURETY BONDS AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE o 501 Mahoning Bank Bldg. Youngstown, Ohio Phone 3-2574 MEN'S SPORT SHOES All Styles All Prices Good Shoes for 77 Years J. W. Smith 8 Sons 9 Market Street Seventy-nine Compliments of W. T. GRANT CO. 201 W. Federal St. YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO SCHAEFER MUSIC SHOPPE 411 Keith-Albee Bldg. M L'SICAXL INSTRUMENTS ACCESSORIES SHEET MUSIC AND SUPPLIES Guaranteed Instrument Repairing Office 34605 Residence 77587 NICHOUS FOOD MARKET QUALITY MEATS and GROCERIES 2303 McGuffey Road Phone 66574 MILLERS FROZEN CUSTARD STAND Corner Market at Boston Ice Cream In Its Finest Form Lyle D. Miller THE SILHOUETTE COVER was designed and produced by THE MUELLER ART COVER 8: BINDING C0. 2202 Superior Avenue CLEVELAND, OHIO Homer A. Smith, Dist. Sales Rep. PO. Box 411, Youngstown, Ohio Residence Phone 77408 TOWING WELDING Anytime, Anywhere Phone 34090 We Buy and Sell Used and Wrecked Cars Easton Service Station GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING Used Cars--Parts-Batteries--Tires 1745 Liberty Road Youngstown, O. Eighty Congratulations from Brownleys Oil Co. 757 No. Main St. HUBBARD, OHIO 24 Hour Service Wholesale and Retail SUCCESS TO THE CLASS OF 1941 HARTZELUS STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS LEVIS Service Station Gasoline, Oil, Batteries, and Greasing Car Washing a Specialty Phone 40820 Corner McGuHey-Jacobs Road FOR MORE THAN 40 YEARS A Good Place to Buy FURNITURE CUNNINGHAM1S LOWELLVILLE, OHIO Furniture Dealers Funeral Directors ENGRAVERS FOR 1941 SILHOUETTE Photo Reproduction Co., I nc. 334 East Federal Street YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO Phone 78136 Quality Photo Engravers Fzmmus er 171014134lean M ENFS TOTH1S DELUXE MARKET Cor. East Federal and XValnut Street F lowers Fur Ml Occasions Stark Florists Phunc 3-4312 Greenhouses and Store 1502 Parker Street Compliments J ONES DAIRY PASTEURIZED MILK and CREAM Phone 38011 POREMBSKPS CLEANERS 8: DYERS "The Magiclean Cleaner" Your Neighborhood Cleaner 2929 West Northwood Ave. Phone 3-1510 Youngstown, Ohio HAZEUS SCIENCEVILLE DAIRY, INC. Pasteurized Milk and Cream Phone 36668 FOR A TO Z LUBRICATION Come To VERES6 BROS. 2203 McGuEey Road 0 Sunoco Gas and Oil 0 Goodyear Tires 0 All Types of Accessories 0 Repair Work of All Kinds Phone 40817 Science Hill Grocery 8 Meat Market Groceries, Notions, School Supplies Tobacco, Candy, Drugs Phone 38705 2601 McGuEey Road Scienceville, Ohio ASK FOR . . . Golden Age Beverages Golden Age Ginger Ale Co. Phone 33333 Youngstown, O. LET OUR FLOWERS SAY IT FOR YOU WILLIAMS FLOWER SHOP 907 E1111 St, Phone 77148 YOUNGSTO6VN. OHIO EVELYN6S BEAUTY SHOP All Branches of BEAUTY CULTURE Work Guaranteed Inspection Invited Open Evenings by Appointment Phone 43335 -O- b THE BEAVER Standard Coal 8 Coke PRINTING CO. 124 PENN Montour - Pittsburgh PRINTERS Kentucky RULERS BOOKBINDERS Call for our Standard Block Special G '1' P l . Office 32421 Rena B. Rosser reenVl e, ennsy Vanla Res. 66243 Mgr- . e . : CLASS PROPHECY tContinued from page 32i FLASH! The big nut factory is now burned to Cinders. We suspect sabotage. The suspects are FREDA BAUN, MILDRED HIGGINS, 21nd CHARLOTTE HYNES. The firemen, who were very cmnpetent, were PARNEY jOHNSON, and FERMAN MCRAE. They did their best to put out the Ere but with no success. JOHN KRAUTNER is now holding his annual revival meeting in town. Please attend. Some religion wmft hurt you and besides their serving re- freshments. DOROTHY JOHNSON and MARY JANE LAURIE were voted the happiest wives in Scienceville. Each have been married fer ten years which is :1 record in this modern world. FLASH! ANTOINETTE SANDORA, debutante, was knueked duwn by an automobile while crossing Lnndsdowns Blvd. yesterday. She was immedi- ately rushed to the "Kurum or Killum" Hospital. She is under the care of the famous Dr. ANNA MACYNSKI who has just completed her ten year College course. By the way, this is Miss Mucynski's first patient. She does not have much hope for her. BETTY HELSEL is now a nnted mannequin in one of New York's well- known dress shops. She models everything from furs tn fans. FLASH? HAZEL AARON 21nd MAJORIE ANDERSON are two stew- ardesses on a big ocean liner. They were hired because they were expert swimmers. In case of a Fire or truuble at sea, they will be able to swim hack to shore safely, and maybe rescue some passengers. MARY BROWN is touring Europe on a concert tour as a soprano. DORIS PARDUE is her accompanist. They are taking Europe by storm. Eighty-three When You Think of Music Think of WilsomWeibling Co. The I Yahrling-Rayner Co. nsurance Youngstown's Pioneer Music Housc . lelablishcd 41 Years Pianos. iaml and Orchestra Inst. 36 N Phelps St Radios. Records etc. 306 West Federal St. "Where Quality Dominates" Phone 65259 8' C' ROSE HAVE YOUR NEXT QUALITY MEWS WEAR STORE One of the largest SfOCkS 0f RAVERS TAVERN men,s trousers -sweaters - shirts PARTY AT . . . in the city at cut prices. 236 East Federal St. 8 West Boardman St' Sam DiGiacomo Brown4s Drug Store GROCERY Geo. W. Brown, Prop. For Best Meats and Groceries We Fill Prescriptions Prompt Delivery . Books - Magazines 332 Summit Ave. Ph. 41438 1847 Oak St. Phone 40952 v--- A H. '9. DESOTO - PLYMOUTH LUSTIGS SHOE STORE Maguire Auto Co. Operating Under The Golden Rule in Business 2519 Market St. Phone 44421 125 W' Federal St. Eighty-fnnr KLINGS BAKERY SPECIAL WEDDING CAKES and BIRTHDAY CAKES 1401 Market Street 2600 Market Street Phone 30578 - 65156 Carl Burkland Sons FLORISTS o 3514 Market St. Phone 2-1154 YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO .HOO v - DONNELUS FORD-MERCURY MARKET AT DELASON Phone 6-6614 Tesone Coal Co. HIGH QUALITY COAL PROMPT SERVICE 448 E. Federal St. YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO COITSVILLE SERVICE CO. Phone 35281 McCartney Road R. L. Cowden, Proprietor MW. D. MCBRIDE Auto Sales YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO Phone 66930 836 Market St. .9W0 Phone 43312 The Stiveson Bros. Coal Co. Dealers in QUALITY COAL AND DOMESTIC COKE Yard and Office-747 Andrews Ave. ooooooooooooooo. Compliments of . . . COHEN1S Cash Market 2570 McGuffey Road YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO Eighty-five L. T. STILLSON District Agent Midland Life Insurance Co. 1394-5 Central Tower Bldg. Phone 33196 DAVIS COAL 531 W. Federal St. J ACOB GROSS GROCERY 8: HARDWARE 1808 Jacobs Rd. Phone 35717 Wesley Baldwin Co. Pianos and Musical Instruments 550 Market St. Smith McDonald Agency 1509 Market St. Phone 42622 Berndt 8 Sons TEXACO SERVICE STATION Cor. McGuffey and Albert St. Lovely Lady Beauty Salon 621 Dollar Bank Bldg. Phone 33521 Kaplan Grocery 2283 McGuEey Road Phone 30822 THOMAS R. ATWOOD 307 Mahoning Bank Building YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO John Hancogk Mutual Life Insurance Company Phones-Office 35558; Residence 23683 The YOUNGSTOWN PAINT 8 GLASS COMPANY Established 1903 246 East Federal Street Eighty-six COM PLI MENTS OF 1 H j 1 T S ' LONGR HI LA ION Costan Dalry Store 2557 McGuffey Rd. F. W. Phone 40526 WOOLWORTH SCHOOL SUPPLIES CO. CANDY NOVELTIES 35 East Federal Street F OUNT AIN SERVICE Youngstown, Ohio "The Quality Shop" HARRIS COAL CO. STOLL 8 Yard 1110 BERGMAN Hubbard Road INC. Youngstown, Ohio 25 So. Phelps Street Yard Phone 31837 A Good Store Res. Phone 37641 For Young Men NICHOIJS CST SIGNS QUALITY MARKET NEON REP. GROCERIES, MEATS, FRUITS AND 156 Bright Ave. VEGETABLES Phone 73140 Campbell 1629 Jacobs Rd., Stop 23 YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO Eighty-seven 7 ---------------.. autogmplts g . . ,L . 31?, 4


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