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Page 43 text:
We the proud graduatang class of l954, leave our last but not least wall and testamony to be read as we
leave dear OI Jamtown High These last thoughts and requests are somethang we wash to be remembered by
I Pat Arthur, wall the tape on Jam s rang to Patsy Smath
Max Bemaller, wall my flattop to Wallaam Leslie
Walma Bumpus wall my seat an fifth hour assembly to Daxae Korth
Dean Burket, wall myself to anyone who wants me
Jam Cook wall my draver s lacense to Larry Lape
Nancy Cook, wall my abalaty to stay sangle to Gayle Stanley
Terry Deak wall my green and red corduroy pants to Jack Samper
Jean Ehret, wall my abalaty to panch to any one smart enough to tak
Terry Fallas wall my photographic abalaty to Bruce Mclntosh
Dotty Fawley wall my shorthand books to Mary Clark
Don Foster, wall my red haar to anyone who wants at
Wallaam Foster wall my gone cool cat kaaser to Allen Dobbins
Karl Gaugler wall my meanness to Ball Whasenhunt
Janet Grant wall my old boy friends to anyone stupid enough to ta
Ronnie Hale, wall myself to Peggy Johnston
Barbara Hamilton, wall my shortness to Dorothy Kring
Robert Hendershott wall my love to Patsy Smath
Jo Hoover, wall my abalaty to get along wath people to Helen Rowe
Lois Housour wall my bookkeeping abalaty to whoever wants
Jam Kavas wall my way wath women to Kenny Eakans
velyn Kring, wall my bookkeeping to Carolyn Futrell
aviary Krang wall my fun an Ha C to everyone
Ball Kubatschek, wall my mechanacal abalaty to Dave McKee
Cherel Kuehm wall my natural curly haar to Wannae Holcomb
Marguerate Lanton, wall my advanced bookkeeping book to Mary Ann Nelson
Tom Lunsford wall my car and my dravang abalaty to Verlee Slemmons
Connie McCoage, wall my abalaty to get the folks car to whoever wants or needs at
Larry Maller, wall my Hot Hudson to Larry Lape
Larry Metcalf, wall my basketball abalaty to Jam Henkler
Varganaa Makel wall my 'ob an the dame store to anyone that s dumb enough to take at
Rollin Mercer wall my tallness to anyone who wants at
Lloyd Morgan wall myself to all the Jamtown garls
Kathleen Neely, wall abalaty to Love Em and Leave Em" to Gloria lulaano
John Parker wall myself to Astrid Larsen
Betty Perkey wall my labrary aob to someone wath lots of tame
Don Russell wall my hot Packard to Dack Bailey
Jam Russell, wall my knowledge of women to Don Caesaolka
Wallaam Sample wall my artastac ways to Margaret Berry
Paul Schumacher wall my apprecaataon of classacal musac to Paul Kauffman
Sandra Shagley wall my typing abalaty to Danny Secor
C R Simmons wall my abalaty to get along wath the teachers to Jerry Mattan
Jam Stallter, wall my shot rod" to Larry Moore
Varganaa Troup, wall my secretary s book to lvamae Sommers
JoAnn Voorde wall my quiet ways to Ann Daefenbaugh
Lorna Wenger, wall my seat an the cheerang sectaon to Janace Cook
I Harold Wyland, wall my lattle black address book to Jam Henkler
To the Junaors we wall the gay tame spent on our Senaor vacataon an New York
To the Sophomores we wall our abalaty to get along wath everyone
To the Freshmen we wall all our fun an the four happaest years of our laves
We the Class of 54 being of sound mand and body an the presence of each other,
the ro erty of the underclassmen for years to
that the foregoang statements are now p p
wnnesses Arthur Knepp Signature Class of '54
ll Jam Kavas
James C Russe
do hereby solomnly swear
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As we enter the metropolIs, we see on the rnght hand sIde of the street the world s largest chemlcal
engIneerIng plant owned and operated by our old school pal John Parker who Invented the new flea
powder Scat O Flea Upon entermg the plant we are greeted by lmss Jo Ann Voorde who IS Mr Parker s
prIvate secretary After VICC presIdent Tom Lunsford has shown us through the huge and Interestmg
plant we are ready to contlnue
The next buIldIng we see IS the bemlller Jersey Dalry, run by none other than our old frIend, Max
Demlller As we are talkIng to Ivur liemlller, a salesman from the Nash garage walks up We are surprIsed
to see It IS our buody wIth those pegged pants Lloyd I Iorgan Then we are Introduced to the personnel
dlrector of the daIry, Ronnle l'1ale
As we contlnue on our way we come upon a dress Shoppe run by the wealthy old maId WIlma bumpus
ohe tells us that the Norld s famous deslgner betty Perkey, who Invented the ljustle wIth a Hustle wIll
VISIT her thIs afternoon As we leave we haIl a TGXI whIch IS drIven by Don Russell
bolng on down the street, we stop and snlff the aIr We smell the wonderful aroma of the Jamestown
Cake Shop run by two old sour doughs Bob Hendershott and Larry Mlller who learned theIr baklng know
ledge from the famous and Ignoble boys home economncs class After the head baker, JIm Kavas, QIVSS
us a sample of hIs wonderful pastry the hole wIth no doughnut, he sends us next door to the gun repaIr
shop As we enter, we are greeted by the co owners, Blll KubItschek and Rollm Mercer The head sales
man, Don SIX gun Foster tells us that busIness IS boomIng WhIle we are looklng around, Terry Fallls
who IS the chlef photographer for the Jamestown Dauly News comes to take some plctures of the gun shop
We ask hIm where we can get some plctures developed and he tells us there IS a camera shop two doors
down run by JIm Cook
As we come back to the street we see o hearse go by drIven by C R Slmmons We stop hIm and notIce
on the Slde of the hearse Gaugler Funeral Home We ask hIm If It IS run by our old school pal, Karl
Gaugler l-te says It IS and tells us that busIness IS dead
We stop for lunch at a very swanky restaurant run by our old school frIends, Evelyn and Mary Krlng We
learn that the concert hall wall open about two o clock Before leavIng the establIshment, we buy our
tIckets for the afternoon show
The program on the marquee reads as follows Vocalusts, Barbara Hamllton and Pat Arthur the noted
trumpet player Paul Schumacher, and the accompannst, the world famous pIanIst, Sandra ShIgley NotIcIng
the future shows, we see the world famous ballet dancer, Cherel Kuehm Wlll be there In October We
park our car about a block from the concert hall and walk the rest of the way As we enter the hall we
are approached by two ushers who we notIce are John Testo and Harold Wyland and they show us to our
seats SIttIng In front of us are three former classmates Vnrgmua MIkel Conme MCCOIQS, and Dotty
Fawley We have a short VISIT wIth them before the show starts
Lorna Wenger, who used to be a clerk In M Wolfberg and Son s Store In Wakarusa, has now opened a
large department store and IS dolng a better busIness than Wolfbergs, Sears and Roebuck, and some other
large stores Upon enterIng the store, we notIce the neat desIgn on the wall and counters We learn that
It was done by Jean Ehret, who graduated wIth us from JHS Lorna tells us that the busIness manager for
the store IS our old frIend Kathleen Neely
On a bulletIn board In the back of the store there IS a poster QIVIDQ the Colosseum s programs for e
week lt has lIsted for Saturday mght a game between two professaonal basketball teams coached by
John Luse and Larry Metcalf lt looks as If It mIght be Interestlng, so we decIde to attend
As we are Wdlflng In lIne for our tIckets, we meet a doctor, Dean Burket, and hIs nurse, Joanna Hoover,
who are pullIng teeth on the street When they fInIsh, they tell us they are to be the physncuans at the
game Slowly we move toward the tIcket wlndow and as we approach, we observe the tIcket gIrl IS none
other than a member of our senIor class Lols Housour
At game tIme the teams and coaches are Introduced The announcer says the referees for the game wIll
be JIm Russell and Terry Deak The game IS close, but John Luse s team wIns In an overtIme, 77 to 76
After the game we go to the Stallter Hotel, owned and operated by JIm Stallter The desk clerk turns
out to be MarguerIte LInton After we get our room, the bell boy, BIll Sample, tells us the waItress, Janet
Grant, wIll be up to serve us a mIdnIght snack We sleep very well and belueve It or not, are served
breakfast In bed by Nancy Cook
We get up and It IS Sunday mornmg, so we dICIde to attend the church whIch IS across the street from the
hotel The bulletIn says the pastor s none IS Rev wlllldm Foster and a guest mIssIonary, Vlfglhld Troup,
IS to speak. We are not sorry we attended the servIce for the program was very InspIratIonal. We go back
to the hotel, pay our bull, and check out. We walk own the street of the metropolls for our flnal look, for
we probably wIll never see it agaln. By. Lorna Wenger, Dean Burket, John Luse, John Parker,
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