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III James Sellers, William Howard, Melvin Hetchler, Dale Parsons, Donald Purfeerst,
LaVerne Parsons, Raymond Hetchler, Jacob Willman, Glendon Wilcox, Howard Oelke,
EOEerhMil18r, Joseph Svoma, George Warner, LaVerne Helgerson, Allen Brun, Donald
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II Mr. Plchotta, Dorothy Lange Dawn Tyler, Rose Klima, Constance Whipple, Janet
Lange, Elaine Nelson, Orva hessler, Grace Currie, Phyllis Gardner, Marie Gilder,
Joan Carroll, Shirley Tonnancour, Ethel Grinder, Audrey Larson, LaVonne Watson,
I Jean Anderson, Iris Studley, Mary Prentice, Dolores DeMarce, Carol LaValley,
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In September,ll943, 66 bashful freshmen entered the school of knonledge. During
the year we lost 13 members. Our class officers were: President, Bill Howard, Vice
President, Carol La Valley, Sectary and Treasurer, Rose Klima.
Our sophomore year found 51 of us in the ranks. This year we lost 10, one of
whom joined Uncle Sams Navy. Class officers are: President, Glendon Wilcox, Vice
President, Don Lubachg secretary and treasurer, Elaine Nelson.
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IV Harold Parsons, Henry Harm, Tom Hurlburt, Donald Van Den Heuvel, Dale Hurlburt,
Robert Helgerson, Roger Steen, Walter Beighley, Orville Halverson, Norbert Payne,
Morris Ligneel, Robert Thon.
III Miss Garvue, Duane Diamond, Fern Crawford, Elaine Nelson, Wanda Rufledt, Doris
Roberts, Julia Klima, Hulda Saam, Mary Currie, Mildred McMenam1n, Delores Van Den
Heuvel, Betty Jean Whitmore, Joyce Hakes.
II Jean Grotte, Audrey Krauss, Verna Larson, Ruth Hatfield, Lila Johnson, Betty McRae,
Loretta Falbe, Rosemary Brown, Jean Zahner, Donna Mae Howard.
I Bernice Rank, Lois Stickney, Ruby Yohnk, Iva Saxe, Melvin Schild, Stanton VanNatta.
On August 51, 1942, the doors of Cornell High swung open to admit, not only the
students who have spent other years here, but 5l half-frightened freshmen as well. At
the end of our first year we felt that we had found a place for ourselves among the
other students of Cornell High.
Our sophmore year found 56 of us in the harness. During this year Norman Kohls
left our class to serve his country in the United States Navy.
Forty-two of us put our noses to the grind stone for our third year on September 5
1944. Again we lost two classmates to the Navy, Harold Parsons and Robert Thon.
Our class play Wly Cousin from Texasn, a fast moving, hilarious three act farce,
was a financial and entertaining success. The characters were as follows: Peaceful
Johnson, a young colored maid, Jean Zahnerg Mrs. Beulah Scott, a widow, Delores Van Den
Heuvalg Shield Scott, her elder daughter, Rosemary Brown, Doris Weaver, Sheila's best
friend, Loretta Falbeg Wilbur Scott, Beulah's youngest, Duane Diamondg Lucille Scott,
the youngest daughter, Lois Stickneyg Preston Rogers, Sheila's fiance, Melvin Schildg
Johnny Benton, an unexpected young man, Walter Beighleyg Eshew Smith, Johnny's colored
valet, Tom Hurlburtg Cactus Kelly, a cowboy, Don Van Den Heuvalg Tomasind Cooper, from
Texas, Julia Klima.
Keith Cronk is our class president, Donald Van Den Heuval our Vice president, and
Hulda Saam, our secretary and treasurer.
We are now working to successfully present the social event of the year - the
junior prom in honor of the seniors, and are looking forward to our last year of
school with sincere hopes that it will bring bigger and better things to our class as
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IV George Wendt, Robert Crawford, Harold Haas,wHarold Rose, William Kal1nczok,'
Elmer Krokson, Wayne McMenamin, Jerry Prentice, Elmer Dumholt, Glen Oelke,
Robert Cronk, Vernon Hanson, Eugene Richards, William Duval, Melvin Priem,
III Elaine Anthony, Melva Smith, Shirley Retzloff, Nancy Webster, Beth Shackleton,
Ruth Hall, Della Lange, Harriet Krank, Lorraine Johnson, Katherine DeMarce,
Donna Mae Knox Carol Guthrie Ellsworth Blanchard H d A h Ch
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Raatz, Betty,Bukosky, Lorrane Webster, Darlene LeMay,'Alioe Pace, Agnes Sign y
Gretchen Steen, Marianne Brown. '
I gagEdCaoek, Myron Dittner, Maynard Brun, Richard Blanchard, Lee Prentice, John
Early morning of September 5, 1944, found 52 shy, frightened freshmen entering the
portals of WYe Olde Braine Faotoryn, ready to face our fate bravely, whatever it be.
after e comparatively short time adjustments were made, and things were beginning
to run almost smoothly.
Weeks of work followed, after which we found out the results of our endeavors.
Some results proved good. Others, we are sorry to say, proved exactly the opposite.
The routine continued, and the end of the semester found many of us carrying one
subject and dragging three.
Looking back at this time, we realized the loss of three of our members, Russell
Hoel, Harold Haas, and Eugene Richards.
The nine weeks that followed brought more work and more results. Our last nine
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