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As l lay sleeprng frtfully last nlght a v1s1on of our class rn the future flashed rnto
The ftrstvrsron to crossm mtnd was that of Madrson Square Garden where Rocky
Max Zulauf was defendmg hrs heavt wer ht trtle agamst the youthful Joe Lotus I
As the cheers dled away a stafve came tnto vrew wrth Carolyn Peck dorng her
dance routme for a large audrence
Next l saw the hugh Bell Telephone Burldrn where Charlene Lrppert rs the head
Betty Sprcer rs slavmg aw x tn a well equrpped offrce wondertng rf she wrll mas
ter the calculator
Claude McCloud Lorea s newest jet ace has blasted hrs srxth MIG 15 out of the
sl-ues He has cracked up four planes hrmself
Next Roseann Ruppel 1S seen wallung down the hosprtal corrrdors delrcatelv a
anctng a tray of food and followlng the rnstructrons of the head nurse Sherry Peck
Teacher Earlrne flvla grey Schone rs seen takmg her problem pupll Clyde
Cloud It to the prrncrpal s offrce
Next we see Colleen Roegge still trymg to decide whether to take up farmrng tn
Scott County or wart for th fleet to come rn
Russel CW1ld Brlll Wtnkelman comes 1nto vtew as Hollywood s newest
The vrew gradually grows dtmmer but we see Rav Schmtker Arenzvrllewater
Contmrssroner workrng over the pump house motor at the Roefrge pond
As the vrsrons slowly d1e away we see Norman West sweeprng the drrves of hrs
newly purchased Standard Servrce Statron
I awoke wrth a start wonderrng Lf these V1SlOI1S would come true
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Yes September '7 1948 was a big day ln the llves of slxteen young people They were
suddenly freshmen at Arenzvrlle and a llttle bewlldered by xt all'
Offrcers for thrs our1n1t1alyearatA H S were Charles Hlvely Presldent Colleen Roegqe
vrce presldent Martha Denms secretary Sherry Peck treasurer Norman West student councrl
representauve and Mr Homer Dahman class advrsor
Hmhllght of our freshman year were the 1n1t1auon party and the return party wluch we gave
to the sophomores
September of 1949 found us accustomed to the rrgors of hrghs school ltfe but mrnus two
classmates namely Charles Hrvely and Mrldred Sprcer Offrcers chosen for the year were Ray
Schmtker pres1dent Norman West vrce presrdent Carolyn Peck secretary Colleen Roegge
treasurer Clyde McCloud student councrl representauve and Mr Verd1e Aluzer class advlsor
Hrghlrghts of the year were the 1n1t1at1on party for the freshmenand a one act play enutled
Last Nrght s Paper
For our Junror year offrcers were Colleen Roegge presldent RaySchn1tker VICB presrdent
Norman West secretary Sherry Peck treasurer Carolyn Peck Colleen Roegge and Russell
Wlnkelman student counc1l representauves Mrs Mrldred Foster and Mrss Marguerrte Campbell
Durrnq '30 51 we gamed one classmate Mary Ellen Elliott but lost another Martha
Denms at the end of the frrst semester Our Junror play The Brg Bluff was presented on
Apr1l 27 amrd a thunder storm The complrments recerved by the cast and dlrector 1nd1cated
we favorably competed wlth the elements Our Junror Semor Banquet was at the Leglon I-1311011
May 12 Due to our shortage of funds we d1d not take the annual trrp to St LOUIS In rts place
we had a skatrng party at Sprrnvfreld
The 1951 52 school year dawned w1th a small but mrghty semor class The loss of Mary
Ellen Elhott and Vera Lovekamp cut our already small number down to twelve Offlcers for our
f1nal and glorrous year are Colleen Roegve presldent Roseanne Ruppel vrce presldent Ray
Schmtker secretary Sherry Peck treasurer Earllne Schone Carolyn Peck and Colleen Roegge
student COUHC11 representauves Mrss Marguertte Campbell and Mr West class advlsors We sold
soda popatthe home basketball games as a means of earrung a l1v1ng Our SCHIOI play Gerne s
Uncle was grven on November 2 and from the many laughs recerved we concluded II wasa
lut The annual Sen1orCarn1valwas g1VCD on February 23 and rt too was a success flnanclally
and as entertalnment As senrors we are awalung eagerly the Junror Senlor Banquet the trlp to
Chrcago and most rmportant of all Graduauon Day
Hrstorran Carolyn Peck
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