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Members of the third-grade class of the Kosciusko Independent School District gather for a group photo during the 1950-51 school year. Pictured are (back, from left) John Niemietz, Virgil Wiatrek, Sylvester Niemietz, Lorene Moy, Kathryn Kopecki, teacher Mr. Costantino, (middle) Vincent Jaskinia, Edward Jarzombek, Helen Wiatrek, Annie Louise Lyssy, (front) August Moczygemba, Alphonse Kolodziej, Gilbert Keller, Fabian Jarzombek, Joyce Lyssy, and Carolyn Wiatrek. Some of these students gathered recently for a Poth High School reunion. See page 4B.
 
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