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Page 13 text:
TliE Sophomore ('lass has twenty-three members. Its President is Dick Fritz;
Vice President, Helmut Pioske; and Secretary and Treasurer, Ralph Kolberg. The
class is active in sports and music. When we are seniors we hope to have a great
basketball team. A number from the class belong to the Glee Clubs, Band and
Orchestra, and some of the students had leading roles in the Operetta.
We helped in giving school parties. One of these parties was a welcome to the
Freshmen. When we started to High Sch x l as Freshmen, we had thirty-one in our
class, but in our second year some had left school or had moved away. Nevertheless,
well keep right on going for we're sure to be successful if we try by perseverance and
A congenial, lively group are the Sophomores; and they will succeed.
Top Row: Walter Huebner, Frank Krajacic. William Poach, Ernest Siewert, Arthur Lockwiiz. Helmut
Pioske. Austin Cupp. Amcl Ott
Middle Row: Maxwell Elsasser. L.eon Mielke. Luella Giesler. Dorothy Fiedler. Miss Thursby (adviser).
Dorothy Schoenfelder. Mary Dehring, Richard Fritz Ralph Kolberg
Bottom Row: Evelyn DeMorrow, Genevieve Jonatzke, Joyce Kolberg. Margaret Balia. Frances Wick-
wire. Eleanor Kutz
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Top Row: Gerald I lusts. Grover Mielke, Chester Mischke. Albino DaDan
Middle Row: Ruth Rothermel. Mrs. Myers (adviser). Arthur Raab. Gordon Ott. Adeline Friesl. Norma
Bottom Row: Margaret Lockwitz. Marie Davis. Joseph Bod jack. Jordon Jung. Elaine Fuzak. Helen
The Junior Class this year is made up of fifteen members: seven girls and
eight boys. The class lost one member this year but gained two new members by
the promotion of Adeline Friesl and Norma Siewert who are making it in three
years. They have an old classmate back in the fold—Albino DaDan has returned
to Alma Mater. The class activities have been greatly divided this year as each mem-
ber has gone his or her own way in search of the knowledge and social activities
to round out his or her life. There has been one activity, however, which has been
enjoyed by all the members of the class—their dramatic production of “Dottv and
Daffy” under the direction of Miss Thursby.
Our Class President is the well-known and efficient holdover from last year.
Joe Bodjack. His cabinet members are as follows: Vice President, J. Jung; Secretary,
Marie Davis; and our Treasurer, Elaine Fuzak.
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In the fall of 1939, twenty-seven wide-eyed Freshmen entered Stevcnsville High
School, some of them for the first time. The boys were greatly outnumbered by the
girls—seventeen to ten. One boy dropped out leaving only nine.
The first class meeting was held about two weeks after school started. 'I he class
Top Row: Donald Rothermcl. Ralph Siewert. Raymond Wutzke, Ervin Markwald. Marshall Ott.
Stanley Ceipel. Walter Neal. Robert Kuball
Middle Row: Mr. Burkmcier (adviser). Virvinia Totzkc. Mary Kitchen. Barbura Misich. Anita Doroh.
Gertrude Spitzer. Shirley Ott
Bottom Row: Caro'ine Kolberg. Vervaine Kolberg. Viola Mischke, Dora Machan. Doris Machan. Aza
lene Hodder. Virginia DeFord. Margaret Loshbough
officers elected were as follows: President, Shirley Ott; Vice President, Vervaine
Kolberg; Secretary, Ralph Siewert; Treasurer, Stanley Geipel. It was decided to pay
fifty cents a year for class dues.
Our first party was our initiation. What a party! Everyone had to do something
1 he Freshmen chose subjects having to do with different vocations. The Biology
class is made up of all Freshmen. Most of the girls took sewing. The Freshmen Class
l(K)ks forward to being one of the best classes ever to graduate.
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