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Page 15 text:
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
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 Colors ................................. Red and Beige COMMENCEMENT COMMTTEE
Flower ............................................................ Gardenia Lucretia Johnson William Cowden
Phyllis Deterding Marlin Shepherd
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
Page 14 text:
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.
Page 16 text:
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.
Goml to forgive, best to forget.
Annual Stuff, Sr. Play, Monitor.
Second Row, Left to Right
ll'lm speaks the trulh stabs falsehood to the heart.
Boys' Clw Club; A Cnmmlla Choir.
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
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.
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,
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.
She smiled and all the world was gay.
Annual Staff, Monitor.
Fourth Row--Left to Right
None but himself could be his parallel.
Quill 21ml Scroll, Monitor, Comet Staff, Annual Staff.
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.
Truth is the highest thing that man may keep.
Band, Motion Picture Club.
Give every man thine cal, but few thy voice.
Class Basketball, Band, Orchestra, Reserve Basketball.
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