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Achievements and Activities
Candidates for Queen Our Photographers
Betty Crocker Homemaker Award Winner
Ooo! That man! Senior Scholarship Honorable Mention
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Layton Meininger, will my ability to skip shop class to Dick Van Meter, who has a very good start.
Ken Byrd, will my "cautious" driving and handy "church-key" to Jeff Armstrong.
Janet Dalgleish, will my position as Homecoming Queen to any Junior girl who would like to have
Basil Morehead, will my ability to get out of almost any class to Dick Markley, who could use it.
Harold Van Meter, will my ability to forget my grade card to Howard Steele.
George Kish, will my truck to Larry Handley, who needs a "good" truck.
Carol Blake, will my ability to get to school early to Jean Stroup, who usually just makes it.
Phyllis Haines, will my gym towel to Peggy Davis and hope she uses it more than I did.
Don Britt, will my books to any underclassman who needs them.
Carol Foster, will my dirty tennis shoes to any underclassman who wants to keep them clean.
Joe Kobylski, Leave. .
Judy Long, will my long hair to Wilma Allen, who is trying to grow her own.
Francis Strart, can't will anything, because I ne ed everything I've got.
Gene Clifford, will my "quiet, refined" manner to Roger Carey, who needs a little.
Liz Jenkins, will my Government book to Liz Allemang, and I hope she has as much fun in class
as I did.
Bruce Miller, will my ability to get along with Mrs. Hines to Roger Carey, who needs it.
Don Channel, will my ability to check attendance in Mrs. Dawley's Homeroom to whomever she
has, with the darkest nose. l
Jack Grissinger, will my ability to stay eligible ifor sports to Dick Van Meter.
Bill Herrmann, will my ability to draw blood in Physics class to any future physicist.
Ted Fetzer, will my ability to stay with one girll to Larry Handley, who needs it.
Richard McConnell, will my ability in Physics to George Gifford.
Mary Cowhick, will my place in Home Ec. to Kay Blankenship.
Martha Free, will my Physics workbook to Bobby Wilhelm and hope he has better luck with it than
I did. I
Richard Crebbs, will my position as lab assistarit to any Junior who wants it.
Marilyn Rowe, will my inability to think of something to do with my useless life to anyone who
thinks he has his mind made up.
Sharyn Scheck, will my naturally blonde hair to Lois Sooy who is trying to make her own.
Margaret Geiger, will my ability to stay true to one guy to Linda Brooks.
Cheryl Elliot, will all my teachers to the coming seniors hoping that they have as much fun as
Sue Schmetzer, will my battered old horn to Patty Cole and hope she can get a note out of it.
Wolf Dieter Storl, will my dynamic, dashing, suave personality to all unfortunate conformist to
Bud Wandel, will my ability to keep in step in marching band, to Rex Brinkerhoff, who sure needs
Sam Simmerman, will my ability to chew gum in Mrs. Dougherty's English class and not get caught
Qmost of the tirney to Lois Sooy.
Tom Brooks, will my ability to skim through my senior year to Dave Workman who seems to have
acquired a small portion of that ability already.
Tom McFrederick, will my ability to cause Mr. Larabee to stop everyone from leaving the school
grounds at noon to get apples to Buffalo Bill lvlessmore.
Janice Ballou, will my place in band, to anyone who can fill it to Mr. Fry's satisfaction.
Jerry Bauer, will my ability to drive slowly to and from school to Glen Sifread.
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We're the class of "62,"
We all say "so-long" to you.
Before we start to roam,
We leave you with this poem.
Bob Allen doesn't have much to si-ay.
But in the hall get out of his way-
For when Linda 'he's chasing,
Don't be in his pathway pacing.
Gail Britt, a real smart lass,
Is at the head of business class.
Whenever there's work to be done
Count on Gail as number one.
Tom Brooks is a talkative soul,
To be a lawyer is his goal.
He has an opinion on all the news
And never fails to tell his views.
Eldon Barone drives a fast car,
Janice Ballou is the quiet type,
You never do hear this girl gripe I
Ken Byrd likes to tinker with cars,
Mention a Chevy - his eyes are stars,
l To English class he will gaily bound,
In arf. this gaps got what it takes' b Where reading Motor Trend he's found
Everyone praises the drawings she makes. l '
l l Don Channel has the nickname "Red,"
His sense of humor is far from dead.
While "goofing off" in his home room,
The teacher gives him looks of doom.
Louise Baker is quite Cute,
At her the horns do toot.
When she is walking down the hall, l
She is admired by one and au' "Enos" is Gene C1ifford's nickname,
Basketball has won nim fame.
This guy is clever, agile, and tall,
In his Chevy he travels afar. He knows just how to handle the ball
His ambition is to succeed,
May his success match his speed. y Mary Cowhick quiet and petite,
Everyone thinks she is sweet.
Our Homemaker of Tomorrow is she,
. . dl , I .
Jerry Bauer IS a fmen y guy And a beautician she wants to be.
He is rated really high.
Bowling is his favorite pastime,
And his scores are quite sublime.
I Dick Crebs is a real brain,
For him Physics is no strain.
Manager of the Black River Post,
Everyone thinks that he's the most.
Next comes friendly Carol Blake,
Who makes the most delicious cake.
This gal likes to joke and laugh,
She worked hard with the Echo staff.
Carnetta Blankenship's the name,
She has hair that's as bright as flame.
Always dressed in latest styles,
This cute girl wins many smiles.
Joan Dague has a real neat form,
Her friendship is so very warm,
Quiet though she often is,
In shorthand she is a real whizz.
Suzy Boone's sharp, pink T-bird,
Gets her around quite fast, we've heard.
Suzy's always lots of fun,
Janet Dalgleish is a sweet little thing,
As Homecoming Queen she really did swing
Whatever she does she'll be a success,
The heart of each of us she's won.
Jim Botdorf is our class president,
He really is the nicest gent.
When it comes to leadership,
This Botdorf guy is really hep.
Robert Breyley wants to please,
Every single one he sees.
In F.F.A, he's always there,
Trying his best to do his share.
Donald Britt, is very quiet,
Sometimes he's a real riot.
He thinks government class is neat,
Because he likes to go to sleep.
Because of her genuine friendliness.
Cheryl Elliott is a busy bee,
She's always on a new committee.
When Seniors have a rough job planned
Cheerfully Cheryl lends a willing hand
Carol Foster's a real cute chick,
We all think she's pretty slick.
She drives to school in her Ford which,
Quite often she gets into the ditch.
Ted Fetzer is a busy man,
Gives F.F.A. a helping hand,
And when to Buckeye he does go,
He takes his best girl to the show.
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