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Page 16 text:
Senior Class Will
TO WHUM IT MAY CONCERN
We, the members of the Senior Class, being of sound mind and body, do bequeath this
will to those members of C. H. S. who remain behind us.
Feeling very affectionate toward the Junior Class, it is our desire to leave said class
all our mental capacity so that they mayghave no difficulty in measuring up' mentally to the
high requirements set for Senior Classes.
As we have a very deep feeling for the members of the faculty, it is our desire to wish
them many years of joyous teaching among students of our caliber. The answers on our
exams and papers have probably endowed them with many facts hitherto unknown to them.
I, Verlyn Cross, will Lavern J. and Junior M. my pocket dictionary in the hopes that
they expand the scope of their present vocabularyg lack of it being shown' in the "written
comments." I will my most treasured possession, my red, red. hair back to the package,
from whence it come, and I will said' package to Sandra M. and Rose Marie Meyer.
I, Charlotte Douglas, will to Donna Paulsen my ability to sit in assembly and look out
the window, and to Virgil Boelter, I will my good grades.
I, Jerold Dreismeier, will my ability to get along with Dave Holtz to Dave Couchmang
my football equipment to anyone who wants it.
I, Dennis Engstedt, will to Dwayne jackson my ability to stay away from womeng and to
Dave Couchman, will my ability to punch the wrong keys in typing.
I, March Filips, will my seat in Mr. Cacek's room fwhich l have had for the last four
yearsj to Ewald Boeckerg and my ability to stay in class to Bob Bogner.
I, Alta Mae Fiscus, will my ability to chew gum in school to Del Rae Wortmang to
Janice Mischke my ability to have P. C. around when he is least wanted.
I, Delores Harrom, will my blue eyes to Patricia Beeson, and my last name to Lois
I, Marvin Hegge, will my ability to get out of work to Dwayne Jacksong and my ability to
get back in class fafter being kicked outj to the Bogner Brothers.
I, Rosemary Janssen, will my ability to talk a lot to Janice Luckenbillg and my ability
to leave other girls' dates alone to Darlene Boardman. fl hope she uses it.,
I, Joleen Jilg, will my ability to go to public dances on school- nights and stay out after
11 P.M. to Sandra M.3 and will Wesley to Carol W, fl hope she appreciates it.J
I, Marjorie Kuehler, will my drivers' license to Jimmie Doeringg and my blonde hair to
Terry Schumacher fshe wants them, the poor girl.,
I, Roger Leader, will my seat in the assembly to any future track starg and my ability
to leave school at 4:00 to Bob Bogner.
I, Danny Lukens, will my fine growth of beard to Dwayne Jackson and Francis Malyg and
my interest in girls to Elton Eckman.
I, Jimmie Meirose, will my little mouse to Bob Bogner and Arlan Walters. Best Of
luck to the Junior Class in 1954.
I, Le Ann Mines, will my giggle to Darlene Boardman and my love of hillbilly music to
Bonnie Boardman hoping she enjoys it.
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It's almost over now--the whole thing, Only a few more days--possibly a banquet,
sneak day or maybe a party of classmates, a test here and there, the donning of caps and
gowns and the filing together into the auditorium. That will be all. When we come out again,
we won't be -Seniors.
Was it really four years ago that we first made our appearance at Crofton High School?
Impossible! It was only yesterday--or was it a hundred years before that? We might have
been here always, so familiar does it all seem. And yet how vivid are those first few weeks!
How different it seemed then.
Thirty-five of us began with Mr. Ubben leading the way, assisted by Sharon Swift,
Wesley Zart, and Roberta Stallings. We managed to have class parties during our Freshman
year, and how the Seniors, those self-assured people, initiated us into the Student Body.
Twenty-eight of us took our place as Sophomores, Mr. Bruce our Sponsor, and Roberta,
Wesley, and jimmy led us through this year. Two parties were held during the year. Hal-
loween was the occasion for the first. We finally gained recognition as high school students
when eight members were chosen to wait tables at the junior-Senior Banquet. Our second
party this year was a hayride-picnic.
We left our Sophomore year a little better prepared for the last and most important
half of our high school career. To the roll we added three new members. Mr. and Mrs.
Hermsen were to help during the busy year. To assist them, Sharon took her place at the
head 6f the class, with Wesley and Marjorie following.
Our first party was a hayride-picnic, and on November Z0 we presented a play entitled
"Half Past Teen," a comedy in three acts. A Valentine Buffet Supper was our second party
for this year. In honor of-the Seniors we held the junior-Senior Banquet to the setting of
"Old Mexico." Student Government Day saw most of us at Center, studying the processes
of County Government.
We began our Senior Year with twenty-four students. Mr. Cacek led us through this
final year at C. H. S. Roger was elected leader of the flock, Wes held his habitual Vice-
Presidency, while Rosemary gave her assistance as Secretary-Treasurer. December 2.0,
1952 we held a Christmas Party that was quite a success. The annual, our rings, announce-
ments, credits, play, banquet---all memories now,
But time, with the aid of a few patient and long suffering teachers, did its work and
those frightened, blundering, noisy Freshmen, now clad in maroon robes and quiet dignity,
are about to take their places together for the last time and we are getting a trifle emotional
Why were we here? Have we really accomplished anything? Very little, probably.
It all lies before us. But what is it? Where are we going? Will we see each other again?
Perhaps we haven't changed so since initiation. We know as little about the way in which
to act in this new place as we did then. We were frightened then but our hopes ran high.
We are frightened now, may our hopes still run high. These years have held their heart-
aches, yet how happy they have been. May those years ahead be much the same!
Half-dead memorqies--new emotions--a smile--perhaps a tear--and then farewel1.....
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I, Winona Morkert, will my shorthand book to Donna Rae Doeringg my opportunity to
go to Cornhusker Girls' State to some deserving junior.
I, Alvina Rothluebber. will the dirt on I-Iank's bus to Dorothy Kaiserg and my ability to
have fun in general to every sober-sider in school.
I, Dick Schieffer, leave my honorable position of errand boy in American Government
class to Tony Schiefferg and my unwelcome responses in Bookkeeping class to jimmy W.
I, Harry Smith, will my student manager job to anyone-foolish enough to take itg my
love for the Freshman Class to the juniors.
I, Sharon Swift, will my ability to get good grades and yet have fun to Bradley K. I will
my haircut to Dorothy Kaiser.
I, Darnelle Thunker, will my ability to get my parent's permission to go on dates to
Del Rae, LaVonne and Ethel. I will my fun with the Bloomfield kids to Rosy Meyer.
I, Wes Zart, will my gray jeep to james Wortman and my cowboy boots to Kieth Stefan.
Subscribed and sworn to before us on january Z7, 1953:
First Witness: QM 42
We Stand Or Fall By Our Own Work.
Orchid and Yellow
W e sley
NEVER FORGET US
You Belong To Me
Forget Me Not
Mighty Pretty Waltz
Who Drank My Beer
Wild Side Of Life
Are You Teasing Me
I'1l Walk Alone
Side By Side
Beautiful Brown Eyes
Missing In Action
Zing A Little Zong
Don't Fence Me In
Cold, Cold Heart
Green Station Wagon
Willy ' s Car
Handsome Me n
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