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Page 11 text:
DELORES BERKHOLZ still has her quiet way,
Being nice to people from day to day.
MAUREEN BRADFORD is now Mrs. Heyn,
And a Dishwashing Contract she has signed.
ELLEN BROHMAN, a secretary is she,
Doing her boss’s every plea.
FRANKLIN GAUL is still on the farm,
He gets up every morning at the sound of an alarm.
PAUL GLASKE is famed for commercial art,
To a poser of “Esquire” he has given his heart.
MARY JOYCE HARDING is a stenographer you see, Anything else she couldn’t be.
LUCILLE HARDY is now a famous designer,
All those TV stars couldn’t decline her.
RUTH HEIMBUCH at editing is a whiz,
For in this field she knows her biz.
MARCELENE HEWITT has a full time job,
Keeping house for a guy named Bob.
ROBERT JONATZKE knows all the cute tricks,
And when it corr.ec to cars that’s one thing he can fix.
MARIE JONES is now a graduate nurse,
It is said she is the best in the universe.
ALEX KOLOSOWSKY is often seen wielding a wrench, If he was a mechanic this rhyme would make sense.
RICHARD KRUGER is still milking the cow,
After all these years he ought to knowjiow.
A great orator is Mr. GERALD KUGEL,
He speaks at the sound of a bugle.
PHIL LINDT an insurance agent is he,
A better or more worthy agent could there never be.
JOANNE MERRILL works in Sparks Memorial Library, And her responsibility gladly does she carry.
DONALD MOORE is a lawyer of merit,
Words flow from his tongue with the ease of a parrot.
In fishing, DEAN QUICK is doing fine,
Catching more girls than fish with his line.
CLARA BELLE RADDE as a secretary she didn’t barter, For it seems her ambition is to be Mrs. Albert Carter.
ARTHUR RUDLAFF has revised his modern farm, Changing tractors for mares ’cause they’re less harm.
DOROTHY RUDOWSKE will make a good wife.
She’s been studying home-making most of her life.
All the men rush to ride with DONNA SHRIVER Since she is the county’s first lady taxi-cab driver.
DARRELL SMITH in the movies now is found.
His latest picture is getting around.
RUSSELL SMITH is a great football star.
His fame is known from near and far.
DEAN STAHLECKER now has his own drug store.
If you go there once you’ll go back for more.
With an all girl audience and double plays that are dillies, You’ll see DON STEINHILBER at second base for the Phillies.
DARLYNE STUCKEY is now chief operator at Indiana Bell, When she will get married no one can tell.
WARREN WALKER is very coy In R.K.O.’s movie -- “Lover Boy.”
DALE WARSCO his first million has attained.
He’s hoping the second won’t be long detained.
HELEN WILSON thinks there is nothing finer
Than to just sit and watch the exploits of Ralph Kiner.
EUGENE WIRTZ still has his model A coupe,
Spending his idle time in Chicago’s loop.
KATHLEEN WUGGAZER has found the greatest joy of life At being an outstanding athlete’s wife.
Page 10 text:
Mrs. Gark - Secretary
Wilber Arnett, Morris Johnson, Frank Vanderberg - Janitors
C. Guettler, G. Shaffer, H. Dilly, A. Bender, W. Arnett, R. Kiger, G. Vander-boggh - Bus Drivers
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Page 12 text:
Delores Berkholz leaves her ability to blush to Sheila Gerard.
Maureen Bradford leaves to go into housekeeping.
Ellen Brohman wills her naturally curly hair to Carol Streight.
His sparklying sense of humor does Franklin Gaul will to Chet Warsco.
Paul Glaske leaves his bobby pins to Herman Saitz.
Joan Dickson receives Mary Joyce Harding’s flirtatious ways.
Loraine Hildebrand inherits Lucille Hardy’s blond hair.
Ruth Heimbuch leaves her height to Audrey Neidlinger.
Marcelene Hewitt wills John Boal her ability to skip school.
Bob Jonatzke just leaves; “at last,” he sighs.
Her studious manners should gladly be accepted by Carol Miars from Marie Jones. Alex Kolosowsky leaves his velvet speaking voice to Charles Lindt.
Richard Kruger wills his long wavy hair to Jack Thierbach.
Gerald Kugel leaves his ability in agriculture to William Pudell.
Ronald Vorrath inherits Phillip Lindt's devilishness.
Joanne Merrill wills her quiet ways to Blva Moore.
Donald Moore leaves his ability to make the wrong statement at the right time to Ernest Hildebrand.
Dean Quick leaves his witty ways in government to Harry Stevenson.
Her height Clara Belle Radde heartily wills to Lary Ely.
Art Rudlaff wills his gracious manner to Dean Wilson.
Dorothy Rudowske leaves Janet West her boldness.
Donna Shriver leaves her golden red locks to Margie Stroud.
Musical talent is inherited by Henry Heimbuch from Darrell Smith.
Russell Smith leaves gladly.
Dean Stahlecker leaves his way with teachers to Lois Schmidt.
Don Steinhilber leaves his golden “A” brains to Don Clem.
Darlyne Stuckey wills her pretty figure to Daisy Eaves.
Warren Walker leaves his way with women to Allen Enders.
Dale Warsco wills his talents to Roger Jeschke.
Innocent ways are given by Helen Wilson to Jack Naegele.
Eugene Wirtz leaves his friendliness to Nancy Schlundt.
Kathleen Wuggazer leaves her quick smile to Marjorie Brigham.
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