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IUNIOR RADIO WORKERS
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SENIOR RADIO WORKERS
An addition of equipment to the high school was made by the senior class
when they worked vigorously and won an RCA radio. The contest was spon-
sored by the Radio Corporation of America and extended over the entire na-
tion. The campaign to get old Victor records was begun about the middle of
December and closed at the end of lanuary. None of the seniors had to be
called a slacker as each one turned in a number of records.
During the weeks of the contest it was no oddity to see a senior lugging
a pack of records down the street. Letters and post cards kept the mailman as
busy as the students.
One afternoon during the examinations a trip was made through several of
the neighboring villages by Margaret links, Rose Kinney, and Harold Frederick
who were A students, and therefore exempted from examinations, These
students being free for the afternoon were very successful in their trip as many
of the villagers and other people were very generous.
After the goal of the seniors had been reached by collecting twenty-five
hundred records there was a long wait. One afternoon at 3:15 there appeared
in the main corridor three new radios. The students were all enthusiastic about
them. Of course the seniors had their first choice as they were the only ones
to collect the full number.
In a few days the radio was installed and the seniors have been enjoying
the many helpful and entertaining programs ever since.
Those who gathered in the most records were: Eleanor Sherman, Ellsworth
Nibeck, Margaret links, Rose Kinney, Richard Woessner, and Edward Gehring.
Seated-Robert Huth, lohn Barrett, Margaret Enright, Richard Wcessner, Clrisetb Eleax ir Sler
man, Rose Kinney, Lawrerce Daugherty, George Falewaqe.
Second Row!George Wclph, Florine Cook, Harold Puchta, Arlene Boff, Mary Aix Beck Ed
ward Gehring, Delmar Vande-rhoff, Harold Frederick. Andrew Schnitzler, Margaret links Pa l
Ste-yer, Ellsworth Nibeck, loseph Madden, lohn Loqsdon, Frances Skonecki, Lucille Miller Carl
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MEMORIES OF 1934-1935
Memories ot school daysl Probably in tene-tiiieen---niaybe less years than
that, this book will have doubled its value tor those whose achievements are
written down between its covers,
One ot the important events for commercial students is the Sectional Corri-
mercial Contest. This year the contestants met at TitiLn, April 27. Representa-
tives in the typewriting division were: Seniors: Frances Skonecki, Margaret
links, lose-ph Madden, Lawrence Daugherty, Paul Steyer. luniors: Annabelle
Sendelbach, losephine Rosinski, lohn Martin, Beatrice Thorn, and Lawrence
Fink. loseph Madden and Margaret links were the cnly two shorthand entrants,
There were tive students competing in the bockkeeping section: losebh
Madden, Margaret links, Paul Steyer, Prose Kinney and Lawrence Daugherty.
Black and Gold Day, commemorating the entrance into the new high
school, February 23, lQ3l and the anniversary ot Father O'Connor's ordinatii i
to the priesthood, was observed February 23. The seniors arranged the orograrn
and decorated the corridors and the bulletin boards with the school colors.
Every student in the high school wore Black and Gold in some fashion or other.
Early in the spring, Father O'Ccnnor and scme ot the high school boys set
to work to put the campus in order. For many evenings the boys were seen
in the yard with rakes and other eouiprnent necessary to beautify the yard,
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