Templeton High School - Class Book Yearbook (Baldwinville, MA)

 - Class of 1948

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thought that the class officers would be a representative group, so we went down to look at the rings. We finally made a selection which the class all agreed upon, and of course, we think our selection has been one of the best ever made. May 16, 1947 was a big event for us. On this date we held our Junior Prom in the gym with music by Don Calvi. It was a very sociable and gay party highlighted by the election of a Junior Prom Queen and her attendants. Our queen was Cecelia Koziol. For our class assembly this year, we presented a one-act play, trumpet solos accordian solos, and singing, thus ending our Junior year. After a short peaceful summer vacation we entered into our very busy, hectic and happy Senior year. That was the year for fun, gaiety, and loads of work. Yes, we worked hard this year, but since it was for such a good purpose, we didn't mind it at all. The class officers of this all important year were .the following: President, Rodney Bourng Vice-President, Cecelia Koziolg Secretary, Aileen Graves, Treasurer, Agnes Wax- laxg and Student Council Representatives, Marilyn Quinlisk, Avis Harrington, Ado Tenaglia, and Raymond Grucan. During the course of the year, Avis dropped out and Leo Dennis was elected in her place. This was the year in which our complete aim was focused on the idea of making a Senior class trip a real possibility. We scrapped, scratched and scraped to get money together for this trip. We got the reputation of being the tightest class in T. H. S. but we didn't care. We couldn't afford to waste a nickel if all the class was to go on the trip. We started the year by holding a Fall Festival Dance in the gym. This was on October 2, 1947, and music was furnished by Don Calvi. On December 18, 1947, we, as the Senior Class, acted host to the other three classes by having a Christmas party. We had three skits, accordion solos, trumpet solos, and music directed by Mr. Bone. After the entertainment and refreshments, gifts and cards were distributed. Santa Claus showed up, but without his customary suit which he had outgrown. The remaining time was spent in dancing and everyone had a good time. This year the Seniors changed the coarse of events and added a Minstrel Show to their achievements. This was given on January 28 and 29 in the G. A. R. Hall in East Templeton. Every member of the Senior class participated in the show and it was a great success financially and artistically. lt certainly indicated what a talented class we were. On April 14 and 15, we put on our annual Senior Class play. It was held in the Grange Hall in Templeton. Again we showed how versatile we were. Instead of putting on a mere comedy we put on a real mystery called "Ramshackle Inn." The cast did a won- derful job under Miss Taylor's direction and the play was a huge success. On the bright and happy morning of May 12, 1948, we all felt rather important. You see, on this morning as the unfortunate Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors were arriving to go to classes we gathered outside the portals of T. H. S. ready to start on the big trip to Washington, D. C. which we had worked so hard to make possible. We stopped in New York for the night and attended Radio City. The next morning we left New York for Washington for a four day tour which included a tour of the Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland, a visit to the Bureau of Printing and Engraving, a visit to the Smithsonian Museum, the White House, the National Zoological Park, a two hour tour of the Department of Justice Building, under the direction of Edgar Hoover's G-Men, a visit to the Capitol, the Washington Monument, Arlington Cemetery in Ar- 9

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