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under the direction of Mr. Beacham and Miss Hoskin who are preparing
us for the great day coming. Some of our students who have made the
starlight by accepting important offices and others who are active in ath-
letics are Peggy Guyer as president of Girl Reserves, Bill Circella as pres
ident of Hi-Y Club and Movie Club, Betty Stopyra as our class president
who has done a great job of bringing about social events for our class.
We believe that our Senior boys who played basketball and football de-
serve attention with Amos McRae as football captain and Clarence Wil-
liams as basketball captain. Our last year's social events were a Sadie
Hawkins Dance, Roller Skating Party, and a Senior Play.
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Page 15 text:
After our happy grade school days were over, we wandered, very con-
fused at first, to Scienceville High School on a bright day in September 1941.
Our class of 76 members consisted of students from Coitsville, Scienceville
Grade, and Thornhill Schools. Our class advisors were Mr. Beacham and
Miss Hoskin who had some job in getting us settled. Our only social event
was a Roller Skating Party at Rayenwood.
In 1942 we returned, not so anxiously, as Sophomores. We proceeded
along under the same efficient advisors and our Sophomore president, Alex
Bodo whom we elected after the first few weeks of school. By now we
were active members in Girl Reserves, Hi-Y and Music Clubs. Our social
life consisted of a Roller Skating Party at Rayenwood.
We came back in 1943 as "Mighty Juniors." This year we have a
smaller class because some of our mates decided to answer the call of
Uncle Sam and have him as an advisor until J-Day. With our still faith-
ful Mr. Beacham and Miss Hoskin to encourage and guide us when
everything looked wrong, we managed our Junior year fairly well. Quite
a number of our clan were active as Cheerleaders, Majorettes, Basketball
and Football Players, Singers, Actors and members in the Band and
Orchestra. The memories we hold from our Junior year are several sport
hops, a play "Bringing Home the Bacon" a great success under the
direction of Miss Joyce, and finally our Junior-Senior Prom, which closed
our Junior year.
As Seniors we returned in September 1944, happy because we could
see a day in June of 1945 better known as Graduation Day, the day when
we are given our well-earned diplomas. Still more of our students are
now serving Uncle Sam but the vacancy has been partly filled by some of
our advancing Junior A's. Until we have only 67 members left in our
class. We are very sorry to learn of the death of Steve Kacir one of our
more quiet and sincere boys in our class, a truly great loss. We are still
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Coitsville farmers feed their cattle and off to school.
Seniors roll up the side walks and call it a day.
School starts for yesterdays late.
School begins for the more prompt.
John Green arrives at school.
Amber Clark falls asleep.
James Hildebrand starts his art class.
Jack Feaster begins his second period class a little late.
Seniors wonder when they'll eat.
Dom Perry and Paul Trina perishing from hunger.
Carolyn Banks arrives on the dot for her lunch.
Bob Williams is still eating lunch.
George Finora and Mr. Beacham disagree again.
Betty Wardle absent again.
Eloise Barganier starts her home nursing class with a bondage.
Dot Gilbert starts her laughing campaign in home nursing.
Buddy Luxon exercises his voice in Debating.
Jackie Hildebrand first out and homeward bound.
Amos McRay an hour behind, but is ready to go.
Jollis Welcher struggles his way home after football practice.
Clarence Williams leaves Bonnie Wilcox at her gate and is home-
Rose Marie Shipton arrives safely at home.
Supper is ready and Bonnie Pickens is first in line.
Virginia Matthews remodels herself for a date.
Senior boys get out their top hats and ties for their dates.
Bill Ermert starts from home to get there on time.
Barbara Hull starts her last minutes dressings.
The Seniors are all out and well in the process of celebrating.
Time marches on.
What's this Milan Bradich just leaving on his date. For shame!
Well! What do you know Agnes Sedlacko just in and tipping
At last Bill Circella staggers in and whispers sh! to his pal, Bob Roth.
Eleanor May and Eleanor Pinchot last but no means least.
Well! Well! Look whose here. Lucille Arcomano and Rose Ann
Miller just came in.
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