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The Sophomore Class tIO-Bl consists of 50 students. With Miss Seidel as Adwsor.
We elected the following officers on September 19, 1940:
Vice President-Chester Shura.
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
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
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.
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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.
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.
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,
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.
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