Andrews High School - Andronian Yearbook (Andrews, IN)
- Class of 1953
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Choir A Operetta 2 Baseball 12-3-A Chorus 3-A
Baseball A Track 1-2-3-L Variety Show 3-L Track l-2-3
Chorus 2-3-A Variety Show 2-3-A Class Plays 2-3-A Basketball l-2
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Class President 2-A County Track Record
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PHYLLIS LAYMON VELMA JEAN GOEBEL II
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Track l-2-3-A Baseball l-2-3-L Class Plays 2-3-A Basketball l-2-3-A
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On September 5, l9hl, twenty-two boys and girls came through the door of
our beloved school and found their way to the first grade room where the teacher,
Miss Luella Lewis, awaited them. Those little first graders were: James Crull,
Arden Hanselman, Richard King, Edgar Kitt, Alan Knight, James Luker, Jack Millman,
Ray Shenefield, Carl Stephan, Donald Wright, William Yahne, Sandra Garrison, Irene
Haley, Katherine Keefer, Jane Keffer, Helen Laymon, Phyllis Laymon, Ladonna Millican,
Dorothy Prilamen, Shirley Steger, Jeans Stephens, and Janis Tullis.
All the new adventures and excitement made that first year pass very quickly
and we soon were Ubign second graders. We had an enrollment of twenty-five and
Miss Ruth Ann Martz was our teacher. That was the year when Huntington Township
suffered a terrific loss ----- Roderick Goebel left their school and came to us!
In the fall of 19b3 Mrs. Walton taught a third grade of twenty-six pupils.
The new member was Nbashful littlen Velma Jean Goebel who moved from Lagro.
The next year twenty-four dignified feeling pupils marched up the stairs to
the fourth grade room where Mrs. Wade welcomed us. During the year our enroll-
ment of twenty-four was increased by Jean Riley who came from Galion, Ohio. We
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Soon it was again time for twenty-seven of us to enter the fifth grade.
That year part of us were in Mrs. Wade's room and the rest went into Miss Fisher's '
room. The return of Ivan Eugene McDaniel from Roanoke made us all happy.
We were once more a united sixth grade class of twenty-five in l9L6 with
Miss Fisher as our teacher.
The next year as we entered the seventh grade, valentine boxes, recesses,
and the School Time broadcasts became only memories and we considered ourselves
very Wold and experiencedn. This feeling, however, was soon replaced when we
realized our inexperience compared to upper classmen.
Time rolled by and we became an eighth grade class of twenty-nine pupils.
That year we had a new arrival----dark-eyed Rudy Decker. Qsigh, sigh? Mr. -
Borden was our sponsor and we especially remember him as Gran-pappy at Carl's
Halloween party. That spring we donned old fashioned attire and presented an
operetta entitled HLiving Picturesn. We also had a big time out at Camp Herman
where we had a weiner roast. 337i
Summer passed and school started once more. This was a great occasion for IU
us because we finally had reached the beginning of our high school years. Our I
officers for that year were: president, Arden Hanselman, vice president, Bill
Yahne, secretary, Dick King, treasurer, Phyllis Laymon. Our first class party ' A
was a hayride and a weiner roast in the school yard. Then in the spring we 1.
enjoyed a party at Velma Jean Goebel's home. We had twenty-three members in our My
class with Mrs. Durnbaugh as our sponsor. If
In our sophomore year our studies really made us struggle. Our officers s
were: president, Carl Stephan, vice president, Arden Hanselman, secretary, Janis x
Tullis, treasurer, Jean Riley. Our first class party was a hayride, and our A
second party was at Dick King's where we enjoyed a pot luck supper and then went MY
to the drive-in movie. Our class had thinned down to twenty-one and our sponsor 1
was Mr. Hughes. .
We entered our junior year with much excitement and high hopes, now we were 4
upper classmenl This year was enlivened by our selling at neon, at the ball games, X
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and our Gaslight Gaities, a bazaar, which we shared with the seniors. And at the
e d of the year our most exciting prospect awaited us ----- the Junior-Senior trip
- Washington and New York City. At our first junior class party we had an ice
cream party at Phyllis Laymon's, and then went to a movie. At the second one we
went to Velma Jean Goebel's home. We gave our first play that year entitled nHest
Assuredn. Our class consisted of thirteen pupils and our sponsor was Mrs. Burkart.
The officers were: president, Arden Hanselmang vice president, Janis Tullisg sec-
retary, Phyllis Laymong treasurer, Jean Riley. As a class of lj we made 3l,300.
So the years have passed and we find ourselves nearing the end with mixed
emotions. After the cast was laid low with a seige of mumps our senior play, nThe
Atomic Blonden, was given the 8th and 9th of January in spite of bad weather. We
are now planning our variety show. We enjoyed a class party at Velma Jean Goebel's
home and saw slides from our Junior-Senior trip. Our class has dwindled to twelve
pupils and our sponsors are Mrs. Stookey and Mr. Beitelshees. Soon the time will
come when we no more can roam the halls of our'beloved school. Even though we are
leaving, part of our hearts will remain, for it is here that we have laid the
foundation for our future. We hope you who remain will appreciate and take advant-
age of all the opportunities you have. And now as the spirit of good old Andrews
High is placed in your hands, we hope you will hold it high---and guard it well.
SENIOR CLASS WILL
We, the Senior Class of l953, being of sound mind and strong body, do hereby
will and bequeath the following: ,
Carl Stephan wills Bob Reemer his ability to make the girls mad at him. if
Velma Jean Goebel wills her original smile and facial expressions to Donna Lassiter. 5
Jean Riley wills her willowy figure to LeRoy Hackworth. fb
Richard King wins his sean in history class to Jack Ferrell. ,SQ f
Phyllis Laymon wills her calm and collected manner to Sondra Detamore. ajgj,
Bill Yahne wills his long shots to Buddy Tullis. Q
Janis Tullis wills her ability to differ with classmates to Helen Laymon. '
Roderick Goebel wills his parking place to Larry Oswalt.
Richard King wills his desk and tap room combined to LeRoy Hackworth.
Arden Hanselman wills his memory to Mr. Beitelshees so he won't forget so many things.
Edgar Kitt wills Margie Wallace his loud voice so people can understand her readings.
Roderick Goebel wills all of his comic books to Gene McClintick. 1-
The senior boys will Mr. Borden a quiet assembly. '
The senior class wills Mrs. Stookey a class that can agree on matters. ,"
The senior boys will Mrs. Smith a less boisterous home economics class next year. U
Jean, Velma Jean, and Phyllis will to Mr. Hyman the basketball boys' training
rules that pertain to mid-week dates. fl
Phyllis Laymon and Ike McDaniel will their seats in the assembly to Morris Bitzer l'x
and Lou Ann Rudig. f
Rudy Decker and Arden Hanselman will Mrs. Leakey two brighter students for advanced A
algebra class. Q
Carl Stephan wills Jack Ferrell his seat in the assembly so he won't be able to 'Q
reach the chalk tray for erasers to thr w. W
Janis Tullis wills to Margie Wallace her advice to the lovelorn department. ,fi
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Carl Stephan, and his family of three are sitting in their luxurious living room
watching television. The variety of acts is getting rather boring until a famous
name flashes across the screen and a fanfare is heard that makes the Stephens
sit up in their seats. Roderick WGigglesW Goebel, the new Jerry Lewis, is announc-
ed with his famous partner, Vernie King. Roderick and Richard King have swept ' , 1
the country with their comedian and drum act. Dick with his drums and Roderick
with his comedy have made themselves millionaires. Vernie King, master of the
drums, begins to play a stirring drum composition of his o n that literally makes
the Stephans sit up in their seats and take notice.
"Dick King was an old classmate of youre wasn't he, Carl?" 1-
UYes, and quite a character he was. Oh, by the way, I got a letter from Bill I
Yahne. He coaches at Andrews now. He said that he lead the Cardinals to victory I
in both the county and sectional tourneys for the past five years. He has had
two undefeated seasons since he has been there, too. He and his wife are planning
to come down next week and spend a few days with us.n
Nwonderful, but I have all of those old books and newspapers piled in the -as
guest room. You will have to help me move them, Carl.W
'Yes, dear, be there in a minute.'
As the Stephane begin to stack papers, Carl runs across a box of newspaper
nLook, dear, here is Phyllis Laymon's wedding picture. She married that
rich New York tycoon, you know.W
nwhat ever became of Ike, C8Tl?n
Nwho? Oh, Ivan Eugene McDaniel. He was the preacher at the Andrews Breth-
ern Church the last I heard of him. He is also trustee in Andrews, and does I
wonderful mechanical work on the side. Rudy Decker is still in Andrews, too. He X
married a few years ago. Sent me an invitation, but I couldn't go. That was
just when that big oil deal went over and I bought that well.
Janis Tullis lives in Huntington now. She has been Mrs. Drake Omstead for
quite a number of years. They have eight redhaired boys and one blackhaired
Carl puts the clippings aside and begins to browse through some books.
Nwell, can you imagine that?W j,
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NListen to this - Arden Hanselman, Hollywood movie lover, divorces fourth I
wife. I wonder who he is married to now. And here is Edgar Kitt's picture.
It says here that he opens his first show since he came out of the Air Force.
He sings at the Metropolitan Opera House in a few weeks. We'll have to go see 4'
him. They say that the last time he sang there, so many lady autograph seekers H
mibbed him that he had to hire a body guard of twenty policemen. He surely can -M
Carl takes some junk away and comes back to find his wife pondering over
two clippings. '
nCarl, haven't you mentioned these two names before?W d
'Yes, this one is Jean Riley. Her last art exhibit was a great success. MP
She is in Paris now. Velma Jean Goebel is a Powers model now, pretty, too. 1
I surely wish I was back in school with all of those kids again. Those xi
were the good old days, but we didn't realize it then. Yes, sir, I left a '
wonderful class when I graduated from Andrews with the class of N53N. s
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Front row: Sondra Detamore, Margie Wallace, Donna Lassiter, Helen Layman, Mrs.
second row: Buddy Tullis, Morris Bitzer, Robert Reemer, Gene McClintick, Jack of-w
Ferrell, Larry Oswalt, LeRoy Hackworth.
Aug. 25 Classes begin.
Sept. 17 Chicago trip. f
Sept. 2h Senior pictures taken in Fort Wayne. f!
Oct. l Beginning of basketball practice. if
Nov. 18 Seniors received pictures! Il
Dec. 3 Sunshine Society installation and initiation. if
Dec. 19 Christmas program. ll
Jan. 8-9 Senior Class Play.
Feb. 7 Senior chili supper before and after the Chester Center basketball gage?
Feb. 2h Tourney tickets went on sale.
Feb. 25 Sectional starts. We play the first game with Township. Booster Club If
had a special pep session, featuring Mrs. Stookey and Mrs. Smith as g
Township yell leaders, plus a free throw contest. We won over Townshipy
----in the sectional. New on to Huntingtonll!! we lost l
Feb. 27 Out ef school for sectional tourney.
Mar. 2 Senior girls worked on yearbook in evening, rushing to meet dead line. ,f
Mar. A Dead line for yearbook met. HA! HA! if
Mar. 6 Yearbook off to press!!!! Our band concert. :-
Mar. 13 County Music Festival. X
Mar. 18 Fish Fry.
Mar.26-27 Junior Class Play. H
Apr. 18 Alumni Banquet. W
Apr. 19 Baccalaureate. NF
Apr. 23 County Track Meet. 1
Apr. 25 Commencement.
May l End of school!!!
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Ann Kellam, Shirley Rittenhouse, Wilma Miller, Sharon Flaugh, Suzanne
Percell, Doneta Decker, Mr. Hyman.
Patricia Sands, Carolyn Bigelow, Nancy Mathews, Janet Bare, Carolyn
Fields, Sharon Sands, Janice Hamman.
Barbara Hunnicutt, Carolyn Knable, Barbara Long, Lou Ann Rudig, Shelby
Hillman, Donna Smuts, Mary Ann Smart, Lois Dickson.
Richard Lynn, Francis Glass, Joe Keffer, Gerald Yentes, Philip Nettlet
Ronald Harvey, Michael Garretson, Joe Ferrara.
FRESH AN CLASS
Evelyn Laymon, Mary Jo Wright, Suzette Stouder, Patricia Long, Donna
Hallowell, Carol Small.
Darlene Utter, Shirley Owen, Shirley Ruppert, Kay Beghtel, Patsy
Hackworth, Darlene Ferrell, Anna Mae Crull.
David Ruppert, Dave Pearson, Arnold Miller, Philip Fearnow, William
Detamore, Mr. Buckner.
Alvin Huston, Larry Thorne, Jim Smart, Harold Keefer, Jerry McDaniel,
Terry Buckles, Ted Newsome.
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Saundra McDaniel, Nancy Warfel, Mrs. Smith.
Phyllis Brumbaugh, Richard Garrison, Richard Lee Garrison, Thomas Laugle,
Samuel Tullis, Lloyd Flaugh, Susan Clements.
Robert Rogers, Thomas McDaniel, Robert Burnsworth, Donald Lassiter,
Emil Baumgartner, William Foraker, Richard Haley, Larry Maxton, I
Jon Kellam. I
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Carolyn Lynn, Nancy Huston, Carol Garrison, Linda Garretson, Joyce 3
Long, Daleen Rodocker, Jean Ann Beghtel, Virginia Chapman, Norma Q
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Marilyn Wallace, Linda Schlemmer, Joyce Wright, Marcia Kessler, w
Sharon Dinius, Mr. Borden. N.
Inird row: Merle Fryer, Max Kohr, Jan Jellison, Larry Turner, Donald Schlemmer, A
Duane Andrew, Lonny Ripplinger, Delbert Fitch, Charles Pearson. T
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Front row: Wendy Fryer, Sharon Pearson, Nancy Stouder, Patsy Beghtel, Shirley
Second row: Sharry Yeiter, Betty Wright, Sandy VanMeter, Hollis Millman, Maxim
Pee, Beverley Turner, Lu Ann Close.
Third row: Mr. Simon, Larry Quinn, Dale Gray, Larry Casey, Junior Fearnow,
Lyle Laymon, Charles Flaugh, Roger Miller.
Fourth row: Philip Bitzer, Jay Dee Rittenhouse, Rhett Ripplinger, Bebob Newsome
Harry Springer, Paul Kolb, Philip Reynolds.
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Front row: Ruth Pegg, Sandra Fryer, Judy Emely, Jean Krile, Sharon Bickel,
Ann Wilson, Sharon Glass, Sandra Thorn.
Second row: Mrs. Schilling, Donna Primmer, Karen Millman, Joyce Long, Donna
Rodocker, Karin Kelly, Linda Hackworth, Judy Laugle, Pansy Foraker.
Third row: Ronald Burnworth, Tom Clements, Lyle Garretson, Larry Byrd, Raymond 3
Quackenbush, Philip Ruppert, James Garrison.
Fourth row: Melvin Dinius, Tom Schenkel, Tom Tullis, Earl Wallace, Billy Joe
Smith, Arthur Stouffs, Richard Kessler, Kenneth Wright, James Jennings,
X Dan Smart.
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Kulb, Jo Ann Kohr, Faith Smith, Lois Nettleton, Glynna Biehl.
Second row: Pamela Wilson, Nancy Niblick, Wilma Gray, Carlene Theobold, Donna l'-
Everroad, Sue Schenkel, Diann Moore, Sharon McClintick, Diana Turner. '
Third row: Billy Bitzer, David Tester, John Snyder, Clair Lynn, Douglas Chopson,
Charles Poe, Mark-Stephan.
Fourth row: Ronnie Ruppert, Robert Quackenbush, Steven Fearnou, Tom Bomersback,
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Third row: John Wayne Chapman, Carl Utter, Janes Long, Alan Haxton, Michael ui
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Cheryl Deiwert, Cynthia Smith, Pamela Chopson, Mary Ann Stouffs, Dian
Everroad, Nancy Wilson, Day Walters, Jill Flaugh.
Second row: Lindal Krile, Sandra Dinius, Marie Garrison, Helen Wright, Deborah
Casey, Patricia Bomersback, Ann Bare, Susan Ward, Sheron Turner.
James Biehl, Yetive Ruppert, Nelson Pearson, Norman Urschel, Tim Hillman.
Fourth row: Mrs. Walton, Michael Stephan, Terry Plasterer, James Beghtel, Terry
Close, Charles Wallace, Donald Burnworth, Jan Buckles, Michael Griffith.
FIRST GRADE ,
Sheilia K. Harris, Janet Fryer, Judy Flickenger, Barbara Tester, II
Teresa Miller, Frances K. Harvey, Zonetta Primmer, Barbara Hamer, fIp
Angela Garrison, Linda Oswalt. III
Gloria Sue Enley, Suzanne Holding, Patsy Jo Adamson, Cheryl Chopson, 'I
Elzada Newsome, Alice Jean Springer, Patricia Bickel, Rebecca Primmer,'g
Janice Middleton, Janet Andrew. in
Gary L. Biehl, Tommy Burnsworth, Ned Lewis, John Wallace, Larry Hill- y
ican, Barry Perry, Tommy Smuts, Robert Harrell, Philip Hyman, Duane W
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David Kellam, Tom Plasterer, Larry Bickel, Andy Joe Sutton, Bob Harvey, 3
Roger Flaugh, Tom Kessler, Cabsentl Lanna Jean Garrison. xii
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7 I August 29 Andrews 2 Roanoke 7 Kitt ---..----. 500 314 17
eptember 2 Andrews 12 Union 0 Ferrara ------ L00 20 3
5 Andrews 9 Bippus 7 Stephan ---- 385 26 10
8 Andrews 6 Clear Creek 3 Smart ------ 333 3 ,, 1
11 Andrews 15 Jefferson 5 Yentes -------- 310 29 9
15 Andrews 3 Lancaster 1 Yahne ------ 08 26 8
18 Andrews 7 Monument City 0 Hanselman ---- 306 36 ll
22 Andrews 7 Warren 13 Tullis -- ----- 286 7 2
25 Andrews 8 Rock Creek 2 Reemer ------ 281 32 9
October 2 Andrews 13 Huntington Twp. 1 'Decker ----- 208 2Lf 5
Ferrell ------- 190 21 h
Won 8 Lost 2 Bitzer -- ---- OOO 5 0
Second place in the County Baseball Conference Pearson ----- O00 8 0
Miller ------ O00 1 0
The Andrews Cardinals put together 82 runs and 9A hits while our opponents
scored 39 runs and L5 hits. This gave us a season record of 8 wins and 2 losses
and second place in the Huntington County Baseball Conference.
Our first game we had a couple of bad breaks and Roanoke took advantage of
them. Also our 6 errors didn't help any as they only got 3 earned runs. Bill
Yahne hurled for us, giving up 10 hits. Arden Hanselman and Bud Tullis each
get 2 hits to lead us in hitting.
The second game was a lot better as we scored 12 runs and got 11 hits to
Union's O runs and 2 hits. Gerald Yentes got the mound assignment from Coach A
Hyman and allowed 2 hits. Ed Kitt got 3 hits in A times at bat to lead the way.
Our next game with Bippus was a thriller all the way and wasn't decided un-
til the last man was out. We jumped off to an early lead on Bob Reemer's home
run and with Bill pitching beautiful ball. Then Bippus got to Bill and crept up
on us. Yentes then came in to pitch and put out the fire. We scored 2 runs in
the 6th inning to pull it out of the fire.
We came back home for our next game with Clear Creek and defeated the Bull-
dogs 6 to 3 behind Gerald Yentes, who pitched a 5 hit ball game. Once again Ed
Kitt pounded out 2 hits in 3 times at the plate for batting honors.
We then traveled to Jefferson and had a field day pounding out 15 runs and
12 hits while Bill held them to 7 hits and 5 runs. Gerald took batting honors
with 3 hits in 3 times at bat.
Our next game with Lancaster was played on a muddy Andrews field but was
close all the way. Yahne held them to A hits and Parrott held us to A hits but
we got 3 runs to their 1.
With rain threatening to pour down any minute we took a 7 to 0 load in the
Monument City game. At the end of the first half of the Lth inning the heavens
opened up and it began to pour. Just about then everybody was mad because it
wasn't much of a game. Most of us had gotten hits and Car1's home run didn't
count. when we tried to re-schedule the game it seemed as though we ceuldn't
agree on a date. So lonument's coach said if it is alright with you we will
call it a finished game.
So everything turned out alright anyway.
Our game with
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have been. We committed 19 errors while Bill gave only 5
we were defeated 13 to 7. Carl and Joe Ferrara got A of the
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We defeated Rock Creek easily 8 to 2 and Phil Hyman found a new pitching
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We swamped Huntington Township 13 to l in our final game of the year, but it
marred by a mishap when Arnold Miller knocked himself out and broke his nose
He ran into the flag pole while chasing a fly ball before the game.
Arden Hanselman missed a no-hitter when Barber punched a single into center
field in the Sth inning. He then missed a shutout when Ed Kitt let the ball get
away from him on a peg which was meant to pick Swain off third base.
All in all we had a very good year in baseball although we wish that we had
won the championship. '
We shall lose Kitt, Yahne, Hanselman, Stephan, and our speed demon, Rudy Decker,
but we'1l be back trying when the season rolls aroun again.
Congratulations go to Ed Kitt for his batting championship of 500 and Joe
Ferrara for runner up with LOO, also to Bill Yahne, Arden Hanselman, and Gerald
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Kitt 18 77 96 180 533 75 250
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HIGH SCHOOL MIXED CHORUS
There are forty-eight members in our mixed chorus this year. The first
semester we sang for the December
Christmas program. In the second
Festival in which we had a chance
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P.T.A. meeting and took part in the annual
semester we participated in the County Music
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this year. Sixteen selected voices were chosen from the mixed chorus. This group
appeared in a number of special activities throughout the year. They sang several
numbers for the December P.T.A. meeting, for the Kitchen Maid Christmas Party, the
annual Christmas Carol Sing held in our school, and for the Baccalaureate service.
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Bob Nickerson and Skid Werling are co-e ners
of an old broken-down summer resort hotel. The
boys must pay off a mortgage note in ten days or
else! They believe all their troubles are solved
when Maisie de Wolfe, the famous novelist, writes
that she is coming as a guest. Maisie has been
publicized as HThe Atomic Blonden and the boys
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However, complications arise and, to add to
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Kitinka Katzenpheifer -------
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Deogie Deane --------------
Sylvester Butterfish ------
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Mrs. Adelaide Burkeleigh-Bank
Doreen Burkeleigh-Bank ------
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The "Cardinal Echoes" staff has endeavored to present on the pages which fel-
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in the hope that the memories of it will never be lest to you
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