Abbotsford High School - Abhiscan Yearbook (Abbotsford, WI)

 - Class of 1952

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The year is 1962. Let us stop at the home of our local pharmacist, Owen Schraufnagel. Don't look for Dona Reinwand! It seems she has deserted Owen and is now a famous authority on cheerleading and the author of the book, "How to Use Your Personality." He is entertaining guests, among whom are Iames Lamont, who is still trying to get a girl who will support him in the style to which he is accustomed: and Douglas Knight who is up for the week end from Las Vegas where he directs a chorus girl show. We wonder how he ever pulled himself away. It seems TV has gotten to Abby so as we turn on the set we are about to watch a new television show, " Review of the Nation's Great." The first thing we see on the screen is that classic quartet, Yvonne Uhlig, Muriel Sprotte, Mary Ann Pinter, and Lila Meske with their singing commercial, "The Colby Park Theme Song", sponsored by the Pontiac Motors. The Master of Ceremonies, none other than Gordon Prough, who is now the biggest, money maker at MGM, introduces the first guest, the President of the United States, Ioe lntribus. Before he appears, the band directed by "the Harry Iames of '62", David Carlson, played the national anthem. Everyone recalled Mrs. Harris's home room back in '52, and stood up. Following the president's address, Donald Zobrak, that inspiring senator from Wisconsin, who is fighting for the return of Prohibition, and Shirley Erickson, the Republican presidential candidate were featured next. Our TV camera switches next to notables in fields of science. Naturally the first person we see is that great inventor, Robert Leichtnam, who has done so much in perfecting television. At present he tells us he is working on a jetmobile that will travel on land, sea, and in the air. Next comes Professor Iames Rankl and his wife Marilyn Kieser, The world has been waiting to hear from him for he has just returned from his trip to the moon. This review, of course, would not be com- plete without the appearance of Mary Dolan who has risen to be Nobel Prize winner in the field of medicine. Her chief con- tributions to the world have been her cure for spring fever and love-sickness. Also, Frank Beran is presented as he has developed a bee that will not only collect pollen and make honey, but will pack it and deliver it directly to your grocer, thereby eliminating the middleman. Next featured is that great New York Yankee pitcher, Raymond Schemenauer. Carole Smith, who recently swam the Gulf of Mexico. exhibits some fine swimming: Robert Anderson, the nation's tallest and top basketball star, and Dale Toelle, the 'football player of the year, also appeared. Bill Geary and Ioyce Schaefer, the great opera stars gave a fine sample of their talent. Dorothy Wilson, a noted Holly- wood star, presents LaVerne Kalepp and Barbara Peterson with TV awards for their fine acting in "Six Husbands Too Many." Arlene Carlson, the first woman to be awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for her service as a WASP, and Ruth Budrus, Commander of the WACS were the final figures to appear on this review. The concluding theme song by that famous composer, Alice Remus, was another sensation, comparable to her others, including, "Laugh-- ", inspired by "Cry", no doubt. As an added feature, Robert Leichtnam introduced his very capable assistant, Mildred Wendtland to whom he attribu- ted much of his success. As we are about to leave, lean Witt enters. She has just resigned as President of Smith College to take over the duties of Supervising Principal at Abbotsford High and Grade School. She said she felt that she owed that much to her home town. Class motto: "We build the ladder by which we rise. Class colors: Old rose and silver Class flower: Carnation

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