Clay High School - Minuteman Yearbook (South Bend, IN)

 - Class of 1936

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gP'lINlffEMA First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Gertrude Arnold, Robert Crowel, Ellen May Armstrong, Junior Downey, Lawrence Schmidt, James Greenwood, Francis Gren- ert, Rodger Liggett, Helen Davis Authur Bartkowiak, Dolly Hollaway, Rus- sel Jannosch, Dora Jacobs, Donald Gard- ener Donna Dodson, John Kingsafer, June Bloomer, Robert Haney Donald Blakeman, Geraldine Gollnick, Elva Warner, Mary Anne Downey, Steve Nem- eth, Leotta Bailey, Evelyn Helmick, Jean Bussert, Donald Strom Betty Johnson, Charles Goss, Harriet Klute, Edward Clymer, June Christopher SOPHOMORES Unusual interest and achievement were exper- ienced by this yearis Sophomore Class in its all around participation in all school activities. The officers presiding at the class meetings this year were: Lawrence Schmidt, Presidentg James Greenwood, Vice-presi- dentg Junior Downey, se- cretary-treasurerg Steve Nemeth, sergeant-at-arms. The social activities of the year began with a swimming-theater party in November and in May a dinner party was held in the school gymnasium. On this occasion Thomas Mur- phy, as toastmaster, pre- sented several interest- ing speeches and a num- ber of entertaining skits by members of the class. At this time a revue Page Eighteen

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NINUTENA First Row Daniel McCombs, Francis Miltenberger, Cleland Rugsles, Lucille Kryder, Charles Sparks, Virslnia Williams, John Rhiel Jr., Virginia Rawlings, Sheldon Brady Second Row Rose Mary Kessler, Karl Weis, Paula Haase, Ben Lowe, Loretta Kubiak, Naoma Jones,---- Naoma Jones, Elmer Leightman, Lucille Szeide, James Shemberger, Donabelle Singleton Third Row Jean Fidler, Marjorie Madison, Authur Madison, Helen Madison, Helen Madison, Audrey Ullery JUNIORS six girls received awards for their work. The mystery nHobgoblin House' was given the last of April by an outstand- ing cast. Miss Wilson and Mr. Harbaugh directed the play. The Juniors displayed excellent ability in the school oratorical con- test. William Christman won first in the crat- ionsg Dorothy Willis won first place in the humor- ous readings and Martha Krug was third. There were eleven Jun- ior girls in the chorus. Charles Sparks was the president of the Student Council both semesters. Virginia Rawlings was chairman of the Junior- Senior Prom. Dorothy Willis, Vir- ginia Williams, and Naoma Jones were the honor students of the Junior class. Page Seventeen



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ZWNUTEHA First Row: Betty Kreighbaum, James Mc Allister, Mae Ellen Tebo, Isadore Mirkin, Marg- aret Moss, Edward Penkala, Hilda Rodgers Shirley Rhodes, Juanita Robinson Second Row: Francis Young, James Trowbridge, Jane L. Smith, Tom Murphy, Hazel Shemberger, Marian Shively, Wanda Splawski, Robert Rose, Elnora Seifferlin, William Spillman, Gloria Sossaman, Third Row: Dean Shidler, Ardis Person, Hobert Crawford, Bernard Neidbalski, Carlos Moss, Clara Lippert, Robert Schmidt, Ruth Fritz, Dale Moore, Fourth Row: Lewis Mc Combs, Helen Rapp, Robert Steiner SOPHOMORES of the year's achieve- ments disclosed the fol- lowing activities in which the Sophomores par- ticipated. There were eleven boys and girls on the varsity Basketball squad. The two managers of the boy's teams, Robert Schmidt and Jim McAllis- ter were of this class. Eight students made the honor roll for the entire year. Gertrude Ann Arnold placed third in the baseball team. The commercial team, consisting of Elnora Sei- fferlein, Frances Young, and Ellenmay Armstrong, succeeded in gaining fifth place in the state contest for Junior Busi- ness Education. O Page Nineteen

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