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Page 47 text:
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.
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.
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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.
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