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Page 17 text:
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.
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.
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
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.
Page 18 text:
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
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.
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,
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