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have McMillan, in algebra class,
Looks out the window when the rods pass.
This fellow who's known as Micky,
Performs feats in his car that are tricky.
Latyon Meininger still in his teens,
Wants to join the U. S. Marines.
Though already he plays rough,
When he comes out he'll really be tough.
Lruce Miller is a great guy,
His jokes at times gets a little dry.
Through his life he's gained many fans,
iknd for the future he had made plans.
Basil Morehead likes to trim a tree,
He knows everything from A to Z.
And when he is up there in the sky,
ilve hope he doesn't try to fly.
Peggy Myers makes good grades in school,
Always prompt is her rule.
This trim girl has short blonde hair,
iand a complexion that is so fair.
John Nesbitt, often late for the bus,
Is liked by everyone of us.
Always merry this swell guy is,
Except when he sees an algebra quiz.
Rusty Pifer the guy whom each one knows,
Has a wisecrack handy wherever he goes.
Even so, we hope he'll do well,
if he doesn't, we'll never tell.
Elaine Querin is happy it seems,
Because she's found the man of her dreams.
This little cutie, with winning ways,
Willbe happily wed for all of her days.
Loralee Rook with coal black hair,
For our class she's done her share.
A great cheerleader she has been,
And sure has helped the Pirates win.
Marilyn Rowe is quite a smart lass.
She is at the head of the class.
She's loads of fun and very witty.
Each joke she tells is a real ditty.
Mr. Albright, a counselor and a half,
Makes sure of a prompt annual staff.
To him we owe a great debt,
Without him the deadline we'd never met.
Mrs. Dawley a wonderful teach,
Is thought to be a regular peach.
With temper mild and manners sweet,
63eing in her class is a real treat.
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Sharyn Scheck of the reserve cheering line,
Gets along with her classmates just fine. I'
On her future we'll make a guess,
j Whatever she chooses she'll be a success. ,I
In the hall we often see
Carrying a big case, as if
it were light.
When someone Iasks what's
"My saxophone" she'll an-
swer with pride.
Sue Sclunetzer's quite a gal,
When it comes to being a pal.
Always running to and fro, I
You can be sure she's always on the go:
Ann Shorts has hair so blonde,
And of Dick she is really fond. h
She is found on the cheerleading line,
The Pirates think she's really fine.
Sam Simmerman is an intelligent chap,
For him, classes are a real snap.
Although he is quite good in school,
Occasionally he breaks a driving rule.
Dieter Storl loves the great outdoors
He's wandered afar to distant shores.
This nature boy is strong and smart.
He's sharp in science, history, and art.
Beezer Stuart is good in basketball,
It's college for him in the fall.
To all of us he's quite a guy,
And his popularity is rated high.
Harold Van Meter is next in line.
At football he does just fine.
But in class sleepy Harold finds,
Most teachers like wakeful minds.
Judy Walkden with a dimpled smile,
Will win your heart in a very short while.
This playful pixie with flashing blue eyes,
To play tricks we know she often tries.
A tuba, Bud Wandel often does blow.
You'll hear his notes high and low.
While he's practicing in the afternoon,
You can hear this cat blow a jazzy tune.
Gary Westervelt in his sleek blue Ford,
Often takes several pals aboard.
Then Westy steps hard on the gas,
And every object in his path, he'll pass.
Mr. Gifford, our teacher of science,
Will always act with compliance.
In chem and biology he's really wise,
This smart man is a real prize.
Mr. Ulmer teaches our government class,
At preparing notes, none could surpass.
His assignments are right up to date,
And to the classroom he's never late.
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Martha Free is quite carefreeg
Dresses neat as neat can be.
In class her rating is quite high,
And when you meet her, you'll know why.
Margaret Geiger is petite,
To her classmates she is sweet.
She succeeds in every try,
And she has found that special guy.
James Given is a quiet lad,
Who really doesn't do so bad.
During school he walks around,
And often doesn't make a sound.
Jim Gott is next in line,
Linda thinks he's just fine.
In sports he's been a star,
We all think that he'll go far.
Jack Grissinger is known to all,
For his plays in basketball.
Though he's short and far from big,
This great guy we all dig.
Phyllis Haines comes next you see,
A nurse she thought she'd like to be.
Along came a flyer to change her desire,
But two years of college she'll acquire.
Here's a girl that you have seen,
To all she's known as Ernestine.
To be a secretary is her aim,
We hope her fingers don't go lame.
Margaret Harris is quite a gal,
To everyone she is a pal.
She's friendly and she's clever, too,
Beware of tricks she'll play on you.
Carole Hawley of the cheerleading squad,
The path of success she has certainly trod.
After school she has her plans,
To cook for Dick in pots and pans.
Bill Herrmann wants to fly,
A jet or rocket through the sky.
In trig he is a whiz,
Such a smart student this guy is.
Andy Higgins is very smart,
At homework he really does his part,
But don't you think that he's dull,
Because his wisecracks are far from null.
Lena Hollandsworth from down Sullivan way,
Doesn't usually have much to say.
Although in height she is quite small,
Her friendly smile is nicest of all.
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Diane Hopkins in. Business Law,
the best student you ever saw.
This gal works with speed and ease,
The teachers she is sure to please.
Jean Hopkins with hair so light,
Says "Hi" to all those in sight.
Quiet and nice in all her ways.
We'll remember her the rest of our days.
Liz Jenkins has a mind so keen,
Success for her we've forseen.
When this cute gal is a nurse someday
All the doctors will look her way.
His knowledge is really steep,
You know him well, he is Jeff Keep.
On to college to gain his ambition,
Results to be a licensed physician
George Kish is a happy lad, ,
You can be sure he's never sad.
This year's president of F.F.A,,
A successful guy, wou1dn't you say?
Joe Kobylski in history room,
Is often sprayed with perfume.
This guy is fun to have around,
He's loads of laughs so we've found.
Ted Kostecki is tall and slim,
You must look twice to see all of him,
The car he owns is a small foreign job
nside he'll haul quite a mob. ,
Irene Kozub is a girl and a half,
She works on the newspaper staff,
Through all the day she's on the go,
She'll make sure the Post isn't slow.
Judy Kurtz is quiet and polite,
Her wavy black hair is a pretty sight.
This nice gal is right in style,
As along she strolls wearing a smile.
Roy Leininger, who drives his dad's Ar,
Tries to keep the engine up to par.
And when he gets behind the wheel,
He never drags or tries to peel!
Richard McConnell is a rather tall guy,
Who seems quiet and sometimes shy.
He has a certain kind of trait,
And that's how to keep his hair straight.
Tom McFredrick owns a blue chevy,
His accelerator foot gets quite heavy.
At the drag strip he's often found,
Even though he's college bound.
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Senior Class Prophecy
Once upon a time, late at night, two young eager authors sat on a table pondering. They were searching
and reaching for the twilight zone to get an inspiration. As they were sitting there in disgust with no en-
lightened thought, the maid served the tea, which our hardy authors readilylapped up. As they were sipping
the refreshing brew, their sleepless eyes were inadvertently drawn to the pot. A strange white vapor rose
from it. It quivered and twisted in alifelike fashion. The young men's eyebrows raised in astonishment, for
from the steam'a voice was heard.
One of the authors looked at his compaion. "Eh, Joe, did you hear. . . "
"Yea, ha, it must be our overworked minds!" he laughed.
The vapor shook violently as if angered, and now the two astonished scholars seemed to hear a voice.
The taller of the two laughed, "Once I heard a story about a genie, "he started, "this crazy smoke
reminds me of it. Anyway this guy found this lamp and he said to it, "Oh, Genie, Oh, Genie, bring me some
. . . .er. . . .pretzels."
Suddenly, before their astonished eyes in a puff a silver platter filled with choice pretzels appeared.
"Good grief!" they exclaimed in amazement.
One of the astonished authors caught heart again, stuttering, "G-G-Genie, d-do you grant w-wishes ?"
"Master, thy wish is my command!" was the reply heard from the vapor which by now had taken the
form of a huge muscular, turbaned Indian.
They both got their courage back and asked the Genie to give them an inspiration.
"What be the inspiration thou wanteth?"
"To look into the future," they blabbered forth in unison.
"The future of the people we like best of all."
"Ah, that must be the class of '62," answered the Genie with a broad smile.
"How did you guess?"
"I know all things !"
And so the misty curtain of the future was drawn away and here is what they saw:
BOB ALLEN, one of Ohio's leading Senators, has just set a new filibustering record of 48 hours, 10
minutes, and 3 seconds. LOUISE BAKER is the chief air-line hostess on the TPA Trans-Planet Airlines.
J ANICE BALLOU has become the world's famous mural painter. ELDON BARONE has just replaced
Chubby Checker as the nation's leading Twister. Eldon is currently appearing on the "Twist along with
Suzie Show." CAROL BLAKE is now the owner of large company that manufactures high heeled tennis
shoes. CARNETTA BLANKENSHIP now owns and operates the world's largest drive-in restaurant called
"The Redheads' Rendezvous." JERRY BAUER is now employedby Alaska's State Highway Patrol Department
and spends his time picking-up speeding dog sleds. SUSAN BOONE has replaced Kathei ine Murray on
television with "Twist along with Suzie." J BOTDORF is the engineer in charge of constructing Botdorf's
Bomb Shelters on his planet-Janet. ROBERT BREYLEY is known for starting the first "atom farm" on the
moon. GAIL AND DON BRITT are now merged into a company known as the "Britt and Britt's Barbecued
Beefy Bergers." They claim their burgers are the B-B-Beeeeefiest. TOM BROOKS won his fame as the
world's leading lawyer after winning the case of Kennedy vs. Khrushchev. KEN BYRD is now one of the
leading members of the Audobon Byrd-Watching Society, but spends most of his time watching "Chicks."
DON CHANNELL is now living in Russia and is raising little "Reds" of his own. GENE CLIFFORD is the
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