Charles Nelson: awards from Rossiter HS 1940
ROSSITER HIGH MAKES AWARDS School Closes with Commencement Exercises Today Many students of Rossiter High Ichool ware honored In a special assembly held on Wednesday, May 29. The, assembly was presided over by the principal. J. M. Ca?sel. The following awards were made: J. Clifford Doney, high school athletic coach, presented the Ros- Siter R letter to Steve Hulin. track manager; James Sholtis, .las. Jones, James Lloyd, Joseph Pallone. Wm. Relsh, Joseph Lipico, Charles Nelson. Robert Frew, and Floyd Smith. All these boys qualified in the recent track meets. The annual eighth grade award made by the Seger-Batm Post of the American Legion was then pre- Rented by W. H. Jonc. and James Dunlop. members of the Seger- Baun post, to the cic.hth grade boy and the eighth grade g.rl who received the majority vote of then- class as most worthy. Pnscilla Was- sil and Leo Blayer received these certificate? of award and aecom- then presented certificates of excellency in commercial subjects. These certificates were won by four members of Mr. E. A. Meier's commercial classes in competition with commercial students throughout the United States. Tests were sent to Modesto, California, and the certificates issued from that city. Certificates were given to Charles Nelson, Martha Brickcll, Anne Mae Olson, and Joseph Pallone. Coach Doney also presented county track awards to Joseph Pallcne, Floyd Smith, James Smith, Jack Restifo, Arthur Hawk, James Sholtis. James Lloyd, James Jones, Robt. Frew, Charles Nelson. Francis Catalano, and Frank Fantauzzo. Following a number of announcements, Mr. Cassel told the Senior High School that in his opinion the year which ends this week has been the happiest and most successful year for the students in the past four years. He added that it should now be our goal to make next year successful. School closes today. mencement exercises and a faculty reception for the graduating class on the same date climax a school year with activities of all kinds.