Billings High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Billings, MO)

 - Class of 1957

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Page 14 text:

GARY HALE Glee Club 4 Band 4 President 1 Basketball 4 Junior Play 1 Senior Play 1 BETTY LOU MCGEHEE Band 4 Twirler 2 Glee Club 4 Sextette 1 Trio 1 Vice President 1 Secretary 2 Cheerleader 4 Junior Play 1 Senior Play 1 ROSEMARY HARTER MOONEYHAM Treasurer 1 Glee Club 3 Junior Play 1 Senior Play 1 Oratory Contest 1 SHARON UTKE President 1 Secretary 1 Glee Club 4 Band 2 Ag. Queen 1 Junior Play 1 Senior Play 1 Contest Play 1 Oratory Contest 1 CHARLES TOYNTON Glee Club 3 Junior Play 1 Senior Play 1 Basketball 3 JERRY WAMPLER President 1 Glee Club 3 Band 2 Junior Play 1 Senior Play 1 Basketball 4 P-

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+i..,.l,,.. .v The class of 1957, with the great foresight of the sages, had made plans for 3 C1358 1'CUI1i0I1ten years later. Therefore, according to plahs on a beautiful spring day in May, 1967, the members of the class began arriving at Camp Lenapi, east of Billings. Jerry Wampler, Scout Master and caretaker of the camp since Dr. Marshall's retirement, had made preparations for the occasion. Jerry, we are told, has devoted much of his time to teaching elephants how to play basketball. Ruth Ann Schmidt was one of the first to arrive. She told us that she is now President of the Lonely Hearts Association, however, she has not found a partner for her lonely heart yet. Not far behind Ruth Ann was Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harter. Mrs. Harter was the former Harleen Hubbard. They told us they are raising skunks for fur coats on a farm east of Billings, formerly the Arthur Harter home- stead. We learned that they have seven pairs of feet around the farm. Sue and her husband arrived in a major's sedan. Lee Roy is a special Marine detective on a special mission to expose the corruption in the Billings city government. Sue is helping by working in the city hall as an assistant to Mayor Mearl Pearce. We heard a clatter about this time and turned to see Charles Toynton, the game warden of Christian County, moving toward us in a beat up jeep. The reason for the bad condition of the jeep, Charles explained, was that he had been chasing a man who had shot too many muskrats and Charles was so intent on chasing the crook that he got wedged between two trees. He caught the crook, never the less, and brought the muskrats along to roast for dinner. We saw a pink cadillac convertible coming and saw at the wheel Sharon Utke, who, we learned, is an instructor of English at S. M. S. The next guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hale . Mrs. Hale was the former Betty McGehee. Gary is super- intendent of the First Baptist Church at Cedar Falls, and they run the Tidy-Didy diaper service. With their five small children they are their own best customers Juanita Pratt, arrived soon with her husband, John Harter. Juanita is helping John run the City Service Station in Billings. The last, but not unnoticed, per- son to arrive was Thelma Ruth Herring. As usual she came storming in, mad as a hornet, .because her boss, the Maytag dealer, Mr. Stark, had kept her after working hours- without overtime pay. Thelma is the bookkeeper there. She hasn't found her man yet, but she is not looking very hard. When the sun started to set, we all started home after a full and joyous day, feeling closer ties to our class of 1957. Five years from now we are to have another reunion and who knows what progress will have been made by that time.



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B HARLEEN HUBBARD Glee Club 1 Sextette 1 Band 2 Vice President 1 Reporter 1 Junior Play 1 WAYNE HARTER Glee Club 8 Basketball 4 Vice President 1 Ag. President 1 Junior Play 1 Reporter 1 RUTH SCHMIDT Glee Club 4 Band 3 Reporter 2 Junior Play 1 Senior Play 1 SUE SALCHOW Glee Club 4 Band 3 Sextette 1 Trio 1 Twirler 1 Majorette 1 Junior Play 1 Senior Play 1 Contest Play 1 Cheerleader 3 THELMA RUTH HERRING 1 Treasurer 3 President 1 Glee Club 2 Band 3 Junior Play 1 Senior Play 1 '6- P

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