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ARLOTTI, MIKE . . . One of our most hand-
some Seniors . . . lVlikie's manner has all the
femmes tickers going pit-a-pat . . . Shagging
pig-skin booting hold first place with him.
ATWOOD, PEARL , , . Quite an able actress , . .
Shown in "A Bargains a Bargain" . . . May
Queen Attendant . . . Can take it when one calls
BEHE, ALFRED . . . Doc is often kidded about
his feet . . . But he claims his pedal extremities
make him level headed . . . No swaying y'know
. . . Spent summer being a soldier boy.
BESWICK, EMMAJEAN . , . "Emmie" thinks
its as good to be out of the world as to be out
of fashion . . . Her ambition . . . To complete
her "lcarnin"' in Pitt.
BOLAM. EDWIN , . . Acc trig student . . . Has
a lock of hair that simply won't stay put . . .
Has set the pace for other Math students.
BRLETIC, HELEN . , . "Slim" dreams ofa
handsome Romeo in Hollywood . , . Her prize
possession is a letter from him . . . Love letter?
. . . Go West! Young Lady! Go West!
BROWN, MERVIN . . . Have you learned how
to spell T,B.7 . . . Prefers Friday cause it's the
day just before weekend vacation. . . A ladies'
man and a charmer.
BRUNO, PEARL . . . Popular pastime is day-
dreaming . . . l wonder whom she dreams about
. . . Could he be traveling abroad . . "Oh.
that typing . .. It stre gets me!"
BUGISKI, JENNIE . . . The senior artist . . .
"Shorty's ambition is to own a ranch in Wy-
oming, but we think she'd do better taking
dictation at 120 words a minute,
BURNETT, JAMES . . . He trucks in thetruck
as well as on the dance floor . . . To a soldier its
"Hi ya Cadet", to Jimmie it's "Hi ya Rats".
Compliments of Hall,s Dry Goods Store
Member of Trafford's Business and Professional Association
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Senior Class History
Vice President-Edward Ryan
lt was on September 3, 1935, when we first trudged up three flights of stairs
to the third floor of the High School building. One hundred and twenty wide-
eyed, half scared boys and girls filled our ranks. ln a few weeks the novelty
wore off, and we buckled down to further our education. After a genuine bawling
out by the seniors we elected our class officers. The freshmen showed their mettle
in downing the sophomores in an intramural football game. Shortly after this
victory we had our first party at which many C71 enjoyed himself dancing. At
last the long awaited day came, and we were graduated to the sophomore class.
After a three month vacation we again hit the trail to education. Many of
our number, now accustomed to high school life, began to display their talents.
At the mid-term we regretted very much to see our Latin teacher, Miss Haddock,
leaving us. The term ended with the annual Kennywood Picnic.
On August 31, 1938, the school bell was heard again. We were very much
disappointed to see that Mr. Wieland was not to be with us. The style of dress
and dancing at the class parties took a drastic change. We discovered some won-
derful talent in our class in the dark face comedy, "Dixie" and the operetta,
"The Mikado." The time for work on the prom crept around, and Mr. Kelly
and lvlr, Schrock with the support of the class put it over with huge success.
Seemingly out of nowhere popped up our last and final year. Before we had
time C75 to completely settle down we had selected our graduation announce-
ments. Did this mean lack of work and study? Well, to the students, yes-but
on the other hand the teachers did not seem to think so as we saw when report
cards arrived. Well, this meant business and we did settle down fOr a few weeks
but soon the Senior Class plays overthrew the studiousness and WC UCVCF did
fully recover. The largest undertaking of the year was the RefleC!0ft The C001-
mittee C771 after many tiresome and painful hours of work has PUC OUC 3 100014
which we believe is the best in the history of the school.
We had our election of May Queen, and Elizabeth l
Godich was victorious with Emma ,lean Beswick and Pearl
Atwood as attendants.
We are now ready to be graduated with all the usual
ceremonies. We may be leaving in body, but our mem-
ories will often stray back to think of the wonderful
times we had together in T.l-l.S.
Compliments of First National Bank of Wilmerding, Pitcairn Branch
Memeber of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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CARTER, FRED . . . Freddie can trip the light
fantastic , . . When he sings "Old Man River"
it really flows . . . Freddie likes77? Chemistry,
therefore the nickname "Potash"
CARUSO, JAMES . . . If you need a shave or
hair cut, call onjimmie . . . He has taken quite
a liking to barbering . . . We wish limmie would
CHESTER, JOHN . . . Took part in "Sauce
for the Goslingsu . . .,lohnnie's a wrestler and a
good one . . . Always at the point of the gun in
reciting in History Class.
CIGISH, FRANK . . . "Boody" is very smooth
on ice skates . . . but much smoother on women
. . . Keen on dancing . . We'lI not divulge the
direction in which Cupid has darted his arrow.
CIMPRICH, ANN . , , Casualty! A Senior
gets the mumps . . . Has been in many schools,
but likes Trafford best . . . Thanks, Ann.
DERRICK, EMMA . . . Mighty Gne . . . In-
tends to be a nurse . . Nothing is as great an
ambition, Emma . . . Does her work and goes her
way . . . Without very much to say.
DIEMERT, ERNEST . . . Wrestling is his
speciality . . . Driving an automobile is lots of
fun . . . We'll all remember him as "Dear little
FERRARO, FRANK . . . Sweet on a cute little
dish called "Radosh" . . . Will never be for-
giotgen for his performances on the football
FOSTER, KELSAY . . ."Muscles" is the best
wrestler in the Senior Class . . . Makes love
better than R. Taylor, . . See "Hearts and Blos-
soms" . . .Verra social minded.
FOSTER, MINA . , . Only twin of our class . . .
Her rule is to make pleasure her business . . . ls
she waiting four years for the fleet to return?
Compliments of Haupt Drug CO.
Member of Trafford's Business and Professional Association
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