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Page 14 text:
It's on the record-no, that isn't a mistake. We meant to say "on" the
record instead of "off" the record. Why? Because this senior class is on the
record as being one of the most outstanding ever to graduate from Thornton
Welre on record as having two members of our class co-captaining a
championship football team. We're on record as having a senior edit the
F. Welre on rec-
members of our
in speech and ra-
on record as hav-
the honor roll.
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we u n d e r t a k e
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From bottom to top
Tom Shaffer, vice-president
Adelaide Miller, secretary
Wayne McMullin, president
Harold Perkins, treasurer
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Also on record
Tom Shaf fer,
class motto is
day, Victory To-
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red and white,
flower is the red
We're on record
ing in everything
whether it is dra-
ings, athletic con-
sound like just a
lot of talk, but the graduating class of '42 was really "in the groove."
And now "just for the record" we'll give you a look at this outstanding
class, their pictures and a list of their activities to prove they're just as good
as we've been saying they are.
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The Thornton Fractional Township H. S. Faculty
Row 1: Bruce Miller, Helen Brazzill, Wilbur Petree, Sigrid Moe, Lester Kelly, Iosephine
Dempkowski. Row 2: Mary McBrair, Raymond Elvin, Lucille Slocum, Harold Christian,
Anna Schmidt, Iackson Kiester, Clara Ihrig. Row 3: Henry Legg, Mary Shemaitis, Earl
Davis, Mrs. Ruth Hale Canaga, Iames Leonard, Helen Temple, Wilfred Stock. Row 4:
Lawrence Luce, Fanchon Remund, HarveyLambka, Clarence Koedyker, Adeline Iaacks,
Henry Potts, Ruth Etter. Row 5: Fritz Nelson, Arthur Smith, Aitken Young, Franklyn
Kingdon, Elizabeth Kessinger, Samuel Frey. Not in picture: Katherine Brazzill, Virginia
Mr. Clarence Koedyker is one man who can truly say, "This is my houselv He built his own
home all by himself . . .
They say men are just grown up little boys fnot entirely grown upj. We kind of wonder at Mr.
Lawrence Luce. He owns one of the most elaborate electric train outfits around these parts . . .
Miss Sigrid Moe, our very busy sponsor of publications, is especially surprising. She not only
looks enthusiastic about the students, efforts, she actually is . . .
Surprise! Reserved, business-like Mr. Henry Legg was once a traveling salesman. He sold en-
gravings for high school year books . . .
Mr. Bruce Miller worked his way through college. And little would we guess what he did. No,
he washed dishes . . .
Another ambitious man was Mr. Henry Potts. He also "washed his Way through college" Only
he had an advantage-it was in a sorority house. . .
Miss Margaret Etter gained much of her experience in cafeteria management and menu arrange-
ment in hotels. She was a waitress and worked up ....
Every job under the sun was held by Mr. Stock during the years he worked his way through
And, finally, did you know that Mr. Harold Christian rides to school every morning on his
Little did you think that we had such a very human, likeable faculty. They have to be kind of
ucrabbyi' now and then, but, honestly, they're swell!
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