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our basketball tem of which Elden Sarbaugh, Randy Stalnaker, J im Van Dyna, Donald Stem, Ronnie
Baldwin and Marion Jordan are fran the Junior Class.
In this third act we also see the Junior Class present a play entitled, 'Grandpa Goes To College.
Near the close of this act, the entire cast assembles on the stage, bedecked in their best bib
and tueker, preparatory to attending the J unior-Senior prom, given in honor of the Seniors.
As the members of the cast again assemble on the stage for the fourth and final act their number
has been reduced to twenty nine and these carry themselves with an air of confidence, and wiv
not? Are they not Seniors? They now feel their importance and look upon the other students as
In this ect, the final and most important one of the whole drama, Ronnie Baldwin and Carol Green
are seen filling the offices of president and vice president Linda Butler is in charge of the
minutes of the class meetings and Carl Snider is the newly elected treasurer. In Student Council
meetings, the Senior Class is represented by Judy Tubbs, Mary Lou Hittle and Jim Darner, the
class news for the year is handled by Sandy Baldwin Doug Bracken and J udy Tubbs now occupy e
In almost everyone of the venous activities in the high school, we see several Seniors On
the basketball team we see, Marion Jordan, Fbnnie Baldwin, Elden Sarbaugh and Donald Stem, using
thelr athletic talents to defend their Alma Mater, we also see that Sandy Baldwin and Mary Lou
Hittle have been chosen for the fourth consecut1ve year as cheerleaders They now are veterans.
As sweet ani beautiful strains of music float across the stage, the curtains are pulled back
further to reveal the Adamsville High School Band and Chorus, in which several seniors are
The Seniors hold various assemblies and activities and sell candy to earn money for their class
For the cast of Seniors, the fourth act passes unusually fast and the time is drawing near. Soon
they will be honored with a prom or banquet by the J union, and their class play will be a big
event Then on Hay 26, 1959, the Senlors who have presented this memorable drama, will step
forward for their final bow and as the curtams close, it ends the four happiest and most unfor-
Uetable years of their life
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well, kids, here we are at the Tenth Anniversary of the Class of '59. Only, we're just
not "kids" anymore. I've interviewed all of our old classmates as we've been sitting here in Hemry
Hall, and this is what I've found:
JIM DARNER has just received the Nobel Prize for his out-standing work in nuclear physics.
He is still a bachelor as he couldn't forget Sandra Middleton. Speaking of SANDRA, she is an
entertainer at the Zane Hotel, Her husband is J D4 JAMES, the manager.
DON WHITBMAN is in the Foreign Legion. He likes it very much. HAM LOU HITTI8 Stemm
Kirby Baker Moore, is here with her four children. At the present time she is married.
The fine entertainer you saw on stage just a few mcxnents ago is BOB KENNEDY. He has
even brought vaudeville back to fame. SANDY BALDWIN is a beautician in Hollywood for the "stars",
She is considered the very best because she is such an expert on bleaching hair. JEAN HILL is
also associated with show business since she has taken Marian Ander-son's place.
Secretary of the Air Force, IDBER1' HOFFER, is with us today He tells me he is going
to resign his post and run for President PATTY WHFELER is a very busy little woman She is
the first wcman to be named head of the Ohio State Highway Patrol BETTY liI'1"I'LE is head disc
Jockey for Station K Y W, Cleveland Probably because of her gift of gab
RON BALDWIN is the proud father of three sets of twins, all boys, His wife, the former
CAHJL LEE LITTICK, plays trumpet on the Lawrence Welk show on Saturday nights while Ronnie baby
sits LINDA BUTLFR 15 the head cook in the cafeteria here in Adamsville
CARL SNIDER called frm Zanesville just a few moments ago to say that he and J IM WRIGHT
will be here as soon as possible He is Sheriff and Jim is a Deputy They have some last minute
things to do SHIRLEY FLIGVR and GMU CAMPBELL were married last month after a courtship of
nearly ten years Instead of love, they're living on cherry pies
KATHLEEN ADAMS Yansickle has a Laundromat here in Adamsville We have a telegram from
DONALD STEMM who is :Ln Australia He is sorry he can't leave his 25,000 acre Kangaroo Ihnch but
will "hop" up to see us at our next reunion LOREN KNICELY, RANDY STALNAKER, AND ELDEN SARBAUGH
have gone into business for themselves They have the only Fishing Worm factory in the United
BRENDA DOZER Heil has finally learned about fanning She 15 secretary of the COBA and
she and her husband are raising Hampshire hogs MARION J ORDAN is head coach at OSU but informed
me he is coming back to his Alma Mater next year to train the Wildcats to beat Haysville
DOUG BBACKEN is another who cou1dn't be with us He is in the Belgian Congo taldng
the place of Tarzan, who is ill ZON DAVISON is writing the comic strip 'Little Abner' and
GARJL SUE is his wife and secretary
And I, JUDY TUBE Hoffer, have been living in South America for five o the past ten
years We have a diamond mine and Ilama Ranch there
It surely has been fun talking to all W old classmates again I hope our next Reunion
in 1979 will be Just as eng oyable
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