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We the members of the graduatxng class w1ll be leavlng Trade School
soon to enter the vartous frelds for whrch we have been trarned But
before embark1ng on th1s new era 1n our l1ves I would ltke to share wxth
you a few of my thoughts whrch I am sure are also the thoughts of my
fellow graduates As our school days are comtng to an end we are
thrnkrng of the good ttmes we have had the frrendshlps we have made and
the trades we have been taught to do so well We know that none of these
th1ngs would have been possrble w1thout the wonderful supervtston of our
prrnctpals and faculty They may have found us tryrng at trmes but they
have done the1r best to help us make the grade
Leavrng Trade We thlnk comes next to leaving home as we have
made Trade our home for the length of t1me we have been here We have
studred worked eaten and played here By workrng together rn our classes
and shops we feel sure that Trade has made us ready for the world I
know that each one of us w1ll take advantage of what gotng to Trade has
taught us and put our best 1nto everyth1ng we try to accomplxsh rn our
trade There 1S always room 1n th1s world of ours for real good tradesmen
and women and we know our Trade School has done tts part rn prepartng
the young people of th1s area to take therr place rn the trade world We
w1ll always bear 1n rn1nd the Trade motto
He Who Hath a Trade Hath an Estate
We the class of nlneteen hundred and forty etght wlsh to thank Dr
Burrrdge Mrs Ells and members of the faculty for help1ng us tn our years
here at Trade We thank them for gxvmg us many happy memor1es whrch
we w1ll take wrth us as We leave To MISS Iohnson and Mr MCNeeCe our
Senlor class advlsers We glve many thanks for the help1ng gu1danCe they
have gtven us ln our Senror year Our s1ncere Wlsh IS that one and all w1ll
remember us as happtly as we shall remember them
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senior class officers
Sealed., left to right: Dolores Cella, secretary: Claude
Gaudette, presidentf Irene Novak, vice-president,
Kurt Mutthess, treasurer
Sianding: Salvatore Disteiano, Norma Lehrer, Preston
Douglas, Genevieve Kogut, marshals
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Settrng Nancy alter reading that the wonderful new telescope at
Mt Palomar will allow man to look into the future and will probably show
whether or not there IS lite on Mars decides to Journey to Califorma to see
the instrument There she meets Claude and the following IS an account
of their experiences whrle examining the telescope
Oh' I cant wait to look through it Oh my goodness' Claude
look here What do you see?
There s no mistaking those lights It couldnt be anywhere but
Broadway at Times Square
Let me see I want to look closer and see what some ot the
Broadway h1ts are Can I be see1ng things? Isn t that date l9657
Gosh' Isnt this GXCIIIIIQQ Hurry up and tell me what you see
Wait a m1nute Im try1ng to make out what it says Why
xt s a big musical h1t produced by B111 Kelsey and starring Earl
Murray I thought for sure he would be running a beauty salon
Let me take a look around There s Murray s Beauty Salon all
r1ght' But it looks as if Rolly Falardeau has taken over By the
looks of things all the Beauty Culture graduates are working
for h1m There are Mary McGowan and Dolores Martone acting
as stylists Ruth Carter Norma Lehrer and Gracle Williamson
are busy with customers and Shtrley Carrillo and Takuhi Tar
pinian are acting as secretary and hostess respectively Wa1t
a minute Who s that. w1th his nose to the floor apparently
picking up pins?
Dont you recognize hun? Why it s D1ck O Brien Maybe he s
trying to llmber up for football again Ha' Ha' Leave it to him
to choose something like that to do
Let me take a peek This really IS qu1te the th1ng Wonder rf
we can see some more of our class I think I ll focus on Wash
tngton D C Surely some of 48 must have reached the White
House No No' It cant be' Look Nancy' Am I seeing things?
if the rest ot our class officers are running true to form There s
a woman 1n the V1ce President s chair She s giving orders and
directlng affa1rs I thought I couldnt be mistaken It 15 Irene
Novak Dolores Cella is st1ll taking notes in that notebook of
hers and Kurt Matthess looks like a miser counting all that
money stacked up around him Can you make out that group
of men sitting around taking 1t easy? I recogn1ze some 1n that
crowd Looks like a bunch ot senators There s Pappy Carroll'
And Allen Meyer Iames Beaudry George Plasse Ralph Widmer
Frank Orszulal' And over here' What s th1s7
Looks like some sort of investigating committee and its made
up of women too' I see Ieanne Harnois and Ioan Maurer are
among then' I can yust about make out Sh1rley Bartos shes
so short but still cute as ever
What are Richard Castle Roger Duprat and Fredrick Tryon
doing wearing police badges as b1g as dinner plates? Must be
some special guard or something This is something to see
Hey is that Ioseph Pardo in the corner painting the President s
portra1t7 Why yes And there s Paul Badman snapping pictures
of you Neil Krbbe must be a reporter with all those notebooks
he s carrying around What publlcity you get when you become
Presxdent' But then you always were one to get into the
How about giving me a chance at that th1ng'7 Think Ill switch
it around somewhere else for a change My' That s a beautiful
place over there Why 1ts Paloupa Waldorf managed by
Nlckie Poulopoulos Im dyrng to see what he looks like now
What s Winston Gaudette doing behlnd that counter? Dont tell
me he s actually working Oh' Goodness' Al Deragon is right
beside h1m Thought sure I would see him in that musxcal
college Sing Sing Take a look
Here comes Nick now, and what a stomach he s developed He
sure looks henpecked And the reason? Esther Steadman IS
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Nancy - Why, Claude, you're President! How exciting! And it looks as
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