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Page 15 text:
9n ana Out
1. Donald Behne. 2. Myron Gondee. 3. Michael Sedlacko. 4. Hubert
Griswold. 5. Jack Haug, Tony Devite. 6. Alma Mater. 7. Clarence Shaf-
fer. 8. Alex Szenyeri, Donald Wordle. 9. Jim Cipriano. 10. Clara Watt,
David Nesbitt. H. Walter White, Alex Szenyeri, Donald Wordle. 12.
George Braidich. 13. Ruth White. 14. Hans Holztroger.
Page 14 text:
The Senior Class of 1943 entered Scienceville High School in February 1939 with an
enrollment of forty-six students coming from Thorn Hill Avenue, Scienceville Grade, and
Coitsville Center. Mr. Miller was our home room teacher. Arthur Miller, Joe Zabloski
and Edward Smith, now in the army, Frank Sinkovich, in the paratroops ,and Bill Simons
and Jack Joseph, now marines, had been members of our class.
In our Sophomore year there were thirty members en-
rolled in our class. Mr. Lewis, now our class advisor, was
our home room teacher. At the end of that school year a
picnic was held at Mill Creek Park with the Sophomore A's.
Our class had decreased to twenty-eight members in our
Junior year. Bette Cramer was a Drum Majorette. Hans
Holztrager, Charles Brunswick and Arthur Reinhart played
on the football team. Our activities were a doughnut sale
and a picnic at Mill Creek Park. The most exciting event
of the year, the Junior-Senior Prom, was held at the Nu-Elms
Ballroom on June 5, 1942, with Tee Ross and his orchestra
We came back as Seniors in the fall of 1942 with fif-
teen students enrolling. The class officers are President,
Charles Brunswick; Vice President, Joe Alexander; Secretary,
Annabelle Wylam; Treasurer, Bette Cramer. Hans Holz-
trager and Charles Brunswick played on the football team.
A Hamburger Fry was held at Mill Creek Park. The Class
Day program was given on January 22, 1943, followed by a
theater party. Baccalaureate services were held on Sunday,
January 24, 1943, at 2:30 p. m. A banquet, held at the Y.M.C.A. January 28, brought
to a close our happy high school days.
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Due to the war, weather forecasters are not allowed to tell us too much about the weather these days
valuable weather information from our enemies and still be able to talk about it, the January Seniors suggest this weather code.
Cold .............. Wanda Maxim
Worm ............. Florence Ware
Cloudy .......... Virginia Lombard
Breezy .......... Joseph Alexander
Mild . ............. Bette Cromer
Johnny Weismuller Football
AMBITION FAVORITE SAYING
I'm a sad man
You got nose trouble?
I'm a former
Stay away from me
Yoy, Yoy, Yoy
For Petes sake!
Gee I'm sleepy
Secretary I'll bet you're kidding
Radio Announcer Oh! Man
Telephone Operator Are you kidding?
Secretory Take it and get!
Dairy Maid Oh! Shinny
Secretary Oh! Hang it
Sec reto ry
Favorable .......... Irene Semchee
Changeable .......... Clara Szoke
Windy ........... Elizabeth Tuccio
. . VEvelyn Storey Freezing .
......... Annabelle Wylam Fair . . . . V V V V.
Stormy . . .
In order to keep
V Amerigo Ferrante
....... Frank Bryer
..... Anne Zabloski
V . .Hons Holtztroger
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