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Evelyn Schneider, and Arnold Getz decided that St. Joseph should fall heir to
their presence and Irene Rochau simply left us.
We immediately elected our officers, who were: President, Maxine Bujack;
Vice President, Katherine Krajacic; and Secretary and Treasurer, Evelyn Totzke.
Falling into the routine of studying, learning, and thinking, ihe year rapidly
came to a close. Except for initiating the new Freshmen (a fate we too had suffered),
though fortunately the upperclassmen had been lenient) the year passed hy une-
Ah! the third year came and we were proud Juniors. Clarence Uher came to
swell our ranks to eleven. We honored Edgar Lockwitz with the presidency; Frank
Cupp became vice president, and Katherine Krajacic held the purse strings.
Again we initiated another group of Freshmen and then buckled down to work.
We did work, for we had an incentive. This was the year when the annual Junior
play was presented. So we went into a huddle and came out with “Oh! Aunt Je-
tusha,” co-starring Katherine Krajacic and Arnold Schulz. The play was a huge
success and we finished the year feeling quite proud of ourselves. We picnicked at
Our last year finally arrived on the wings of time and we stood, eleven Seniors.
With the new year came a change in our faculty. Miss Thursby came to teach
English and to advise the staff of the school paper and annual. Mr. Barkmeier
taught U. S. History and the commercial subjects.
Early in November we presented “The Blue Bag” and made the usual Senior
silk quilt. And so the days rolled by. Full of study, fun, and work. And at last the
culmination of the ambition of every Senior—commencement.
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Dm ghosts of yesteryear filed past me as in reminiscent mood 1 delved into my
store of memories.
Now as we Seniors stand on the threshold of a new life, those tour years in
high school were the happiest we have known.
Ah! How distinctly 1 remember that first year. There had been sixteen of us.
All were eager, green Freshmen—so the upperclassmen called us—Maxine Bujack,
THOSE FOUR YEARS AT S. H. S.
Caroline Bodjack, Frank Cupp, Katherine Krajacic, Jack Dehring, Joe Krejci,
Arnold Schulz, Claire Quardokus, Evelyn Schneider, Harold Markwald, Edgar
Lockwitz, Evelyn Totzke, Alice Leonard, Irene Rochau, and Tom Oles.
Following the custom of the upperclasses, we held a meeting and elected Frank
Cupp as President; Vice President, Jack Dchring; and Katherine Krajacic, Secretary
As usual, the year passed by and was climaxed with a picnic at Indian Lake,
the favorite haunt.
With the rapid approach of September, we assembled for the second time,
for our second year of high school, which made us Sophomores, in the assembly of
Stevensville High School.
Our number had diminished considerably. Alice Leonard had left us for the
sunny shores of Florida. Alas! Tom Oles never came back. Claire Quardokus,
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