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You can't always tell about
these quiet girls
Sub Deb l, Knitting Club 2-4,
Pep club 2, G.A.A. 2.
If l don't look important, my
looks deceive me
Aeronautics Club l, Football 4,
Baseball 2-3-4, Class Sec. and
Treas. l, Antler Club 3-4, Pho-
A rare mixture of frolic and
G.A.A. l-3, Girls' Chorus 2, Pep
lub I-2, Dramatic Club 3, Hi
ites 4, Sub Deb 2, Red Cross
Conversation seems to tire me
Band l- mera Club l-
2. Q r.
Why worry, tomorrow today
will be yesterday
G.A.A. l-2-3-4, Girls' Chorus
1-2-3, Hi Lites 4, Acapella 2-3,.
gub Deb I-2, Annual Staff,
Antlers Club 4, Pep Club 'I-2,
Class Vice-Pres. 2, Declamations
She has a personality all
G.A.A. l-2-3-4, Hi Lites 3, An-
nuol Staff, Dramatic Club 4, Pep
Club 'l-2-3-4, Hobby Club 2,
Conservation Club l, Jr. Class
Play, Bond Drum Moiorette I-2-
3-4, Extemporaneous Reading
Alibiology is his fav-
Elk Editor, Radio Club l
lography Club 2, Rifle C
Hi Liles 4, Golf Club 4,
nautics Club 3, Jr. Clas:
Sr. Class Play, Class Se
rare l may yet do s me
thing sen ll
'ugh . ' .
Quietly he goes his way in
and out, day by day
Fish and Game Club l-4, Aero-
nautics Club 2.
Her mind like the moon ever
changes, but there is always
a man in il
G.A.A. l-2-3-4, Band l-2-3-4,
Hi Liles 3, Jr. Class Play, Girls'
Chorus l-2-3, Class Vice Pres.
l, Acapella 1-2-3-4, Knitting
Club l, Leathercraft Club 2,
Asst. Editor of Annual.
Her smile for many is lust for
fun, because we know there
is only one
G.A.A., 2-3-4, Treble Clef 3,
Girls' Chorus 4, Hi Liles 4, Jr.
Class Play, Camera Club l-2,
Declamatiohs l-2, Extempora-
neous Reading I-2, Acapella 4.
l'm hunting for the guy who
Fish and Game Club l.
Quiet at first-Take another
Pep Club 2, Sub Deb Club
l-2, Hi Liles 3-4, Homecoming
Queen 4, Anllers 4-.
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BETTY CLAUER "
She looks like an angel and
acts like one too, but you
never can tell what an
angel will do
Annual Staff, Acapella 2-3-4,
Girls' Chorus l-2-3, G.A.A. 'l-
2-3-4, Pep Club I-2, Jr. Class
Play, Sr. Class Play, Sub Deb
Club 2-3, Dramatic Club 2-3,
Homecoming Court of Honor l,
Hi Liles 3-4, Band I-2-3-4,
Prom Court ol Honor 3, Pep
A woman hater so they say, but
never mind, there'lI come
Basketball l-2-3-4, Aeronautics
Club l, Baseball 2-3-4, Ath-
letic Council 3, Collectors Club
G.A.A. l-2-3-4, Dramatic Club
Witty and clever, Silent never
Dramatic Club 4, G.A.A. 4, Sr.
Class Play, Transferred from
Holy Angels Academy, Mil-
She seems a quiet lass, until
we see her out of class
Knitting Club l, Conservation
Club 2,-Hi Lites 3-4, librarian
She does well, who does
Knitting Club l, G.A.A. l,
Band l-2-3-4. International
Club l, Pep Band 2-3-4, Dec-
lamations 2, Jr. Class Play,
Debate and Oratory 3, Hi Lites
3, Librarian 3, Dramatic Club
She goes as she pleases and
pleases as she goes
Band l-2-3, Pep Band l-2-3,
Sub Deb Club 2, Hobby Club
1-2, G.A.A. l-2-3-4, Hi lites
3-4, Antlers Club 4, Acapella
3, Class Sec. and Treas. 2-3.
ln the classroom she'e
but outside we're no'
Girls Chorus I-2, Acal
G.A.A. l-2-3-4, Ho
Court of Honor 3, Pr
of Honor 3, Hi Lites
Editor of Annual, Spa
4, Antlers Club 4,
Play, Sr. Class Play,
tions 4, Dramatic C
er a care, never a hurry,
Jeanie is his only worry
netball l, Football 3-4, Co-
or Hi Liles 4, Class Vice-
. 4, Annual Staff, trans-
ad from Roosevelt High
vol, Chicago, Ill.
Behind her calm exterior lies a
bit of mischief
G.A.A. I-3-4, International
Club l, Hi Lites 3, Dramatic
Club 3-4, Girls Glee Club l,
Jr. Class Play, Sr. Class Play,
Declamatory 4, Transferred
from Neptune High School,
Ocean Grove, New Jersey.
I step forward into the world-
Woe is me!
Transferred from Fenger High
School, Chicago, Ill.
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He never lets his studies inter-
fere with his work
Radio Club l, Aeronautics Club
3, Camera Club 2, Fish and
Game Club 4, Hi lites 4, Sr.
It's her laugh that gets you
G.A.A. l-2-3-4, Hi Lites 3-4,
Camera Club l, Collectors Club
3, Pep Club l, Art Club 2,
Declamations l, Acapella 2-3,
Girls Chorus I-2-3, Jr. Class
Play, Sr. Class Play, Homecom-
ing Court of Honor 4.
Speech is great, but silence is
Girls Glee Club 2-3-4, Acapel-
la 2-3-4, Knitting Club l, Con-
servation Club 2, Dramatic
Club 3-4, Treble Clef 'I, An-
All great men are dying, I
don't feel so well myself
Football 2-3-4, Basketball
l-2-3-4, Baieba l
Camera Club 2-3 Hi
Fish and Ga e l.
He likes his school and helps it
too, but likes it best whenft
there's nothing to do l
Aeronautics Club Intern -
tional Club l, B etba ,
Football 4, Photo phy I
Girls like the twinkle of this
Football l-2-3-4, Basketball
l-2-3-4, Baseball I-2-3-4,
Band l-2-3-4, Boy's Chorus 'l,
Sr. Class Play, International
Club l-2, Rifle Club l, Class
Vice-Pres. 3, Athletic Council
'l'hey'll do away with the
hoarse when Bubbles be-
comes a nurse
G.A.A. 'l-2-3-4, G.A.A. Pres.
4, Band 1-2-3-4, Jr. Class
Play, Sr. Class Play, Homecom-
ing Court of Honor 2, Knitting
Club I-2, Librarian 3-4, Sub
Deb Club 2, Class Sec. and
Treas. 2, Dramatic Club 3.
IETTY JO PHILIY
Life is a lake, let's laugh
Conservation Club 2, Hi Lites
3-4, Transferred from Center-
' e High School, Centerville,
l'm not as bashful as I seem
Knitting Club l, Conservation
club 2-3. ,NN
lt's in the books, why
Fish and Game Club l, Camera
Club 2, Audubon Club 2, Ant-
lers Club 3-4, Rifle Club 4,
Studying doesn't tak
Knitting Club l, Pep CI
Red Crass Club 3.
ynamite comes in small
pella 2-3-4, Girls Glee
a l-2-3-4, G.A.A. 1-2-3-4.
Lites 3-4, Antlers Club 4,
matic Club 3, Pep Club
-4, Sub Deb Club 2, Home-
ing Court of Honor 4, Jr.
ss Play, Sr. Class Play,
erleader 4, Prom Court of
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i g and acting, he's had
g and rumor has it
he also can sing!
Club 'l, Audubon Club
2, Collectors Club 3, Antlers'
Club 4, Sr. Class Play, Asst.
Business Manager of Annual.
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tion Club l, Audubon Club 2. M
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There surely must be some
hard work in him because
none's ever come out!
Radio Club l, International
Club ,l,'Pep Club 2, Cheerlead-
er 2, Hi Liles 3-4, Collectors
Club 3, Golf Club 4, Annual
Worry decays the mind-
so why worry?
Acapella 2, Knitting Club l,
Red Cross Club 3, Hi Liles 4,
Dramatic Club l-3.
Smart and o-o-o-oh those
Football l-2-3-4, Basketball
'l-2-3-4, Baseball l, Tennis 4,
Fish and Game Club l, Inter-
national Club 2, Aeronautic
Club 3, Golf Club 4, Class
Pres. 2-3, Athletic Council 4,
Business Manager of Annual,
.lr. Class Play, Sr. Class Play.
A girl worth knowing
Dramatic Club 2-3-4, Spanish
Club 2, Acapella 3-4, Girls
Glee Club 3-4, Treble Clef l-2,
Jr. Class Play, Declamations 4.
She's an all around good
Sub Deb 1, Pep Club 2, Band
1-2-3-4, G.A.A. 2, Pep Band
Happy ga lucky, fair and free,
nothing there is that
Girls Chorus 1-2-3-4, Acapella
2-3-4, Jr. Class Play, Sr. Class
Play, Dramatic Club 2-3-4, Hi
Lites 3-4, Annual Staff 4, Pep
Club 1-2, G.A.A. 1-2-3-4, Sub
Deb 1-2, Prom Court of Honor
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lt's nice to be natural, i'
Annual Staff 4, Band 1
Acapella 2-3-4, Girls
G.A.A. 2-3-4, Jr. Clas
Sr. Class Play, Pep Clw
Dramatic Club 1, Art 1
Sub Deb 2, Leather Crc
2, Pep Band 2-3. .
ROBERT VAN SCOT
Study is my favorite s
could sit all day and w
Football 1-2-3-4, Ba:
1-2, Baseball 3, Fis
Game Club 1, Hobby 1
Annual Staff 4, Asst. I
Manager of Annual, Ho
ing King 4.
M1 Q. wig
If its within her power to help,
she will, and gladly
Pep Club 1, Girls Glee Club 1,
G.A.A. 1-2-3-4, Cheerleader
1, Sub Deb 2, Acapella 2-3,
Hobby Club 2, Girls Chorus 3,
Prom Court of Honor 3, Annual
Staff 4, Hi Lites 3-4.
k'ng-she knows not what
-she knows not why
G.A.A. 1-2-3-4, Pep Club 1-2,
Sub Deb 2-3, Photography
Club 1-2, Dramatic Club 2-3,
Girls Glee Club 2-3, Hi Lites
3-4, Antlers 4, Librarian 1-2-4,
Annual Staff 4, Jr. Class Play,
Sr. Class Play.
He appears quiet, but we
Rifle Club 1, Archery Club 2,
Fish and Game Club 4, Antlers
Be wise-Have a good time
all the time
International Club 1, Antlers
Club 3, Fish and Game Club 2,
Football 1-2, Basketball 1-2,
Aeronautics Club 2.
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First Row: V. Bass, B. Plautz, D. Andstedt, L. Walbrandt, H. Woodman, D. Icke, B. Sommers, P. Share.
Second Row: B. Weaver, R. Marsh, M. Desing, V. Becker, L. Rupp, N. Larsen, M. Brockmann, P. Sanders.
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Second Row: D. Jones, J. Remer, J. Potter, C. Strong, J. Lee, J. McGahey, H. Schmidt, H. Travis.
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Second Row: C. Ellsworth, J. Seymour, B. Dunbar, M. Genens, E. Freitag, G. Redenz, D. Mann, D. Vincent
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Fourth Row: W. Jacobsen, J. Ames, R. Jacobsen, J. Weaver, C. Seaver, R. Hanny, J. Cusack.
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First Row: F. Bleser, M. Piper, C. Goodhand, P. McKenzie, J. Martin, D. Grundmonn, L. Belk.
Second Row: K. Schmidt, T. Christensen, M. Catlin, B. Erickson, J. lcke, R. Thompson, D. Sanders.
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at Row: R. Potter, V. Hintz, C. Dunbar, G. Hirn, A. Gregerson, Miss Mertens, B. Newman, B. Mitchell, P. Butler, S. Gregerson.
ond Row: P. Share, C. Voght, R. Marsh, B. Weaver, B. last, M. Desing, M. Catlin, B. Erickson, C. Dorn, E. Tess.
rd Row: D. Wales, K. Thum, J. Pratt, B. Dunlap, J. Grunowald, M. Babcock, J. Wolters, N. Larsen, D. Bartelson, M. Dill, M. Piper
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Second Row: F. Eames, J. Paddock, M. Reed, B. Morrissey, A. Hobbs, G. Last, B. Palenshus.
Third Row: B. Stofiet, D. Matheson, H. Coeper, H. Nelson, J. Fuchs, B. Dewart, Mr. Hastings
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Seated: P. Enright, A. Gregerson,, V. Cervenka, C. Tess.
Standing: C. Kurtz, Miss Gessert, L. Anderson, R. Thompson,
First Row: R. Potter, L. Rupp, B. Bigelow, Miss Mertens, B. Erickson, M. Desing, J. Ike.
Second Row: R. Mishler, E. Liebnow, J. Martin, D. Grundmann, R. Hammel, C. Flynn, V. Bass, M. Shepard.
Third Row: N. Larson, H. Woodman, D. Ike, M. Babcock, A. Larsen, M. Reed, B. Sommers, J. Cooper, C. Brellenthin.
Fourth Row: B. Mitchell, B. Bartelson, N. Ames, B. Clauer, P. Brown, C. Tess, P. Enright, P. Mann, H. Burns, C. Goodhond.
Fifth Row: B. Temlitz, P. Dosher, C. Ellsworth, R. Brown, P Sanders, A. York, V. Hintz, S. Diels, B. Lauderdale.
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rsl Row: Miss Martin, N. Ryan, V. Finley, B. Sommers, H. Woodman, P. Share, R. Thompson, K. Thum, B. Clauer, Miss Sullivan
:cond Row: N. Larsen, B, Bigelow, B. Clauer, J. Sellrnann, S. Barlelson.
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:vurlh Row: H. Bowyer, M. Gray, L. Goodhand. C. Slrong, D. Arnold.
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Standing: K. Knapp, M. Babcock, C. Goodhond, Miss Oliva, M. Desing, L. Goodhand, R. Thompson
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Standing: H. Woodman, J. Vogel, C. Kur1z,, D. Schoenbeck, L. Rupp.
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Seated: L. Jones, J. Holden, D. Mann, G. Hirn, A. Gregerson, B. Augustine, Mr. Toiles.
First Row: V. Bass, N. Ryan, V. Finley, C. Voght, D. Sanders, K. Amon, M. Brockmonn.
Second Row: E. Pafenpus, P. Sanders, V. Cervenku, P. Sanders, V. Becker, L. Goodhond, D. Van Scotter, R. Waite
Third Row: B. Hort, D. Schofbuch, C. Strong, J. Remer, H. Bowyer, J. lee, D. Dexter, D. Johnson.
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First Row: M. Kexel, D. Grundmonn. First Row: R. Brown, K. Thum.
Second Row: D. Schufbuch, B. Erickson. Second Row: L. Goodhand, P. Brown, G. Kistler.
Third Row: B. Hull, M. Dorn, B. Dewart. Third Row: V. Stardy, P. Dasher, J. Messerschmidt.
Fourth Row: P. Monn, B. Boker.
Flrst Row: M. Piper, B. Newman, B. Clauer, M. Harris, K. Schmidt, M. Dill, C. Maclean, M. Vaughn.
Second Row: H. Woodman, V. Reed, C. Goodhand, J. Woiters, J. Grunewald, M. Schulz, M. Dorn, C. Kurtz, P. Baker.
Third Raw: L. Andstedt, M. Babcock, M. Desing, K. Knapp, D. Andstedt, B. Jacobsen, B. Dunlap, S. Gregerson, J
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Four Row: L. Rupp, Miss White, M. Swatek, R. Potter, J. Seymour.
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Fourth Row: J. Seymour, Miss Oliva.
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FLUTES: B. Ploufz, G. Kurick.
OBOE: C. Dorn.
SAXOPHONES: D. Brellenthin, M. Steinbicer, F. Bleser,
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TROMBONES: A. Kirchhoff, D. Belk, M. Genens, H.
BARITONES: V. Tomoszewski, A. Leoch, R. Holliday.
PERCUSSION: B. Morrissey, C. Wighfmcn, A. Braba-
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DRUM MAJORETTE: R. Brown.
TWIRLERS: V. Reed, L. Burns.
First Row: A. Brabazon, J. Collins, B. Plautz, D. Bartelsan, P. Share, R. Marsh, M. Kexel.
Second Row: G. Kurick, B. Last, C. Wightman, B. Weaver, M. Roetter, T Christensen, M. Catlin.
Th' d Row: D. Belk, B. Clauer, M. Harding, M. Genens, P. Butler, N. Hllrding, A. Leach, M. Steinbicer, V. Tomaszewski.
Fourth Row: J. Ames, B. Sheldon, J. Potter, D. Forrest, A. Kirchhoff, E. Pfaffenberger, H. Grunewald, M. Gray, Mr. Sleidl.
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Sefond Row: M- SheP0"d, P- Baker, E. Liebnow, R. Hammel, R. Mishler, M. Kexel,
:bird Row: J. Cooper, C. Brellenthin, B. Hull, L. Anderson, B. Last, B. Dunlap.
cum' Row: V' Hmlz' B' Mvchelll N- Ames, M- SWGYGK, S. Gregerson, M. Genens, M. Babcock.
First Row: M. Harris, M. Genens, A. Leach, D. Forrest, Mrs. Aldrich, A. Kirchholt, B. Hart, P. Dasher, C, Ellsworth.
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Fourth Row: B. Clauer, N. Larsen, M. Dill, H. Burns, G. Kurick, P. Sanders, J. Messerschmidt, P. Sanders, V. Cervenka
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Fifth Row: D. Belk, H. Coeper, B. Dunbar, F. Eames, J. Potter, B. Sorenson, M. Gray, J. Weaver, H. Grunewald, B
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Second Row: T. Anderson, T. 0'Conner, B. Biagi, B. Harrington, B. Schmidt, S. Gregerson.
Third Row: E. Freitag, G. Redenz, J. Holden, J. Meyers, R. Waite, Miss Speaker.
First Raw: V. Reed, M. Vaughn, M. Dill, B. Newman, M. Piper, A. lauta, D. Burns.
Second Row: D. Mann, J. Fuchs, L. Burns, D. Seymour, F. Eames, B. Morrissey, M. Harris, Mr. Disrud.
Third Row: B. Arnold, J. Kieraldo, R. Pierce, B. Dunbar, J. Weaver, E. Freitag, G. Redenz, J. Holden.
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We the class of '46 being of sound mind
l??l do hereby bequeath our multiple charms,
talents, and great possibilities to those unfor-
tunate characters who were not lucky enough to
be members of this outstanding, unforgettable,
unexcelled senior class.
Collectively we leave our-let's not say
mercenary, but rather our money making in-
stincts to the class of '47. lf you're as broke
as we were at the beginning of the year, you'll
Don Millard leaves his basketball publicity
to Vivian Bass. llt's all because of your height,
Cathy Maclean leaves her "Grocery Bill"
to Patty Share.
Bill Morrissey gives lwith reliefl his harem
to Mike Reed. We know you'll appreciate it,
Mike, you always did like the weaker sex.
Beverly Newman leaves Don Jones and not
with relief either.
Jean Seltmann leaves her red hair to the
Sanders Twins. You don't get the temper
Bill Seymour leaves his concientious ways
and executive ability to brother Danny.
Viola Stardy wills her dark hair and com-
plexion to Marilyn Desing in the event that
"Gentlemen no longer prefer blondes."
Mae Steinbicer leaves her white roller
skates to Ann Gregerson and Patti Butler-one
to each--she can't risk rivalry out there.
Ellen Tess leaves lwith pleasurel her hard
work on the annual to Barbara Hart and Bar-
bara Weaver. lOh, that India ink, you lucky
Kay Thum wills her snails pace to Marianne
Jeanne Vogel wills her navy "blues" to Doris
Donna Green leaves her short and colorful
name to Eleanor Pfaffenberger.
Carol Voght leaves her "shorts" to Harold
Schmidt to be used when his pants rip in future
Sally Bartelson wills the family station
wagon to Harvey Travis to substitute ,for his
Hazel Bowyer leaves her "dashing" dimples
to Lorraine Walbrandt.
Gene Burson leaves his enviable position as
custodian of "Silent City" to the Tombstone
Boys who have spent some time there in the
past, we understand.
Charlotte Dunbar leaves her "Tiny" friend to
Delores Anstedt, Helen Burns, and Margaret
Roetter. She firmly believes that there is
safety in numbers.
Lois Goodhand leaves 'her special interest
in editors to Beverly Sommers. Get your bid
in early of "47's" editor, Bev.
Gert Hirn leaves her bluff to Vivian Becker.
lt'll get you by with murder if used correctly.
Genevieve Kistler leaves her lofty ambitions
to Jimmy Holden.
Gerald Last leaves his excused absences to
Lillian Rupp. Maybe with yours added to them
you iust won't have to come to school, Lillian.
Carl Miller leaves his nasty cracks at "Louie"
to Bill Dewart. May you amuse yourself with
Priscilla Amon leaves her short hair to Alice
Don Arnold leaves all his pep to Charles
Strong so that he can be a cheerleader next.
Bob Augustine leaves his nationally known
popularity to Robert Patek and Jimmy Potter.
He has enough for both of them.
Leonard Bleser gives his mathematical abil-
ity to John Fuchs.
Rosemary Brown wills her athletic ability to
Helen Woodman, only don't knock Miss Mer-
tens around, Helen.
John Dobrick leaves his knowledge of
"cats", both two and four legged to Jimmy
Veronica Finley and Norma Ryan add their
height together and leave it to Earl Papenfus
so that he may be the star of next year's bas-
Don Getzen leaves his "cold shoulder to all
girls" to Bill Stoflet and Walter Skoine.
Phyllis Hammel leaves her iob at the Na-
tional Tea to Nannette Larsen to fill up the
spare time she has left from the Chicago Store.
Norma Harding leaves her subtle sense of
humor to James Paddock.
Dick Hobbs leaves his little "Rae" of sun-
shine to Melvin Brockman.
John Kieraldo leaves his spotted calf "Aug-
gie" to Bob Morrissey.
Joyce Messerschmidt wills to Violette Cer-
yenka and Phyliss Dasher her quiet and unas-
Don Schafbuch leaves his surefire salesman-
ship to Bud Palenshus. It should come in handy
in the store.
Doris Schoenbeck leaves her study habits
to Don Johnson. You should get a straight A
with those, Don.
Bob Van Scotter leaves his position as
Publicity Chairman for "Augie Week" to Frank
Eames and Harold Grunewald. It will take both
of you to handle it as efficiently as Bob did.
Norman Waite leaves his bow and arrow to
Jacque Remer and Douglas Dexter.
Don Waltman leaves his little Ford to Betty
Betty Jo Philby leaves her tales of the
Walworth County Looney Bin to Ruth Marsh.
Carol Dorn leaves!! Period.
Ray Eisentraut leaves his experience in the
army to Don Bellfield.
Mary Miller leaves her big plans to Donna
Forrest and Mary Harding and o-oh, what they
Bill Seaver wills his tattooed "B. S." to Bob
Sorenson. Don't get excited Bob, you don't get
all the muscle, too.
Betty Clauer engraved the famous Clauer
name on a plaque and leaves it in care of
Geraldine Kurick and Agnes Leach to be passed
on to the rest of a long line.
Marian Recknagle wills her famous question
"Does the spelling count?" to Donna Ike--to
be used especially in shorthand.
The setting is the office of the Jackson Monument Corporation where MRS. D. JONES is iust
finishing the gigantic task of typing out invitations to the 1959 reunion of the class of I946 to
be held at the "VAN SCOTTER'S Swanky Sport Spot" on Beautiful Lake Como.
BILL SEYMOUR, using his brawn instead of his brain during his summer vacation from his
duties as professor of sociology at Vassar, limps deiectedly up the walk with the mail bag on his
shoulders. Guess he can't take it anymore. BEVERLY hails BILL with, "You're iust the one I
want to see. l've finished the invitations and they're ready to send out."
The scene now changes and we look in on a few of the class of '46 as they receive their
The first one is received by CHARLOTTE DUNBAR and DON MILLARD. An extra stamp was
saved in sending these together because it's sure CHARLOTTE is still following DON pretty closely as
he pursues his professional basketball career. DON'S manager is none other than the one and only
"AUGlE" who, due to an iniury received while riding over Niagara Falls in a barrel, is unable to
play, but he can still impart his imexcelled advice.
In New York City, our invitation is received in the Gilt Edged office of "LAST, Goldberg and
Goldstein", Certified Public Accountants. The efficient secretary in the outer office is none other than
GERTRUDE HIRN who is ably assisted at the switch board by SALLY BARTELSON.
Strange noises are heard from the 22nd floor of the same building where DON GETZEN is
rehearsing his famous recording orchestra featuring DON SCHAFBUCH as vocalist and CARL MILLER
on the drums. If N. B. C. will give them time off they'lI surely attend the big reunion. This building is
just full of old " '46 Grads". In the Bomb Proof Basement we find the BURSON Chemical Works,
with that Wizard of the test tubes working on the 99th Element.
One of our old classmates has the responsibility of flying the precious invitations to Washington
D. C. This able pilot is WARREN RIECK.
A messenger, JOHN KIERALDO, interrupts the Filibustering Speech of the Senator from the First
District of Wisconsin, that powerful statesman, our old friend and classmate LEONARD BLESER, to
bring him his invitation. His personal secretary, and the real brain behind his dynamic speeches is
JOYCE MESSERSCHMIDT. From here MR. JOHN KIERALDO travels to the Library of Congress where
the worlds foremost debators, SYLVIA GRIFFEN and NORMA HARDING are doing research work on
the subiect for the coming professional debate season. The subiect this year is "Resolved that Meat
Balls Taste Better on Friday than on Tuesday". A few more invitations are to be delivered in
Washington, one to the Under Secretary of the Navy RICHARD D. HOBBS. Word has it that he and
his diminutive wife, the former JEANNE VOGEL, have set a new high in social success. The high light
of DICK and JEANNES last dinner party was a brilliant vocalist who is fast becoming the favorite
songbird of the air waves, VIOLA STARDY. The meal was expertly planned by the President's
personal dietitian, DONNA LOU GREEN.
Our next invitation didn't have as far to travel as some of the others but was received iust as
enthusiastically at "DORN'S Double Duty Dime to a Dollar Store", where CAROL is trying to make the
citizens of Millard conscious of her low prices and outstanding bargains.
A few miles down the road another successful enterprise, "WAlTE and DOBRICK Institution for
Wayward Livestock", receive the most welcome invitation while they are developing a Gerstein cow
that is guaranteed to give 99 7. cream.
Our next invitation travels to Chicago. It is received at Sinn High School by Principal DON
WALTMAN'S personal secretary BETTY .IO PHILBY. MISS PHILBY takes the message to Principal
WALTMAN who is in one faculty member's room. This faculty member is none other than MISS BETTY
CLAUER, who is teaching "Poise, Posture and Popularity." PRISCILLA AMON is instructing the Physical
Education Classes in the newest tumbling techniques. The Husky Five coached by ROSEMARY BROWN
has been winning all their games this season. The boys seem to be doing better since they have a
More invitations travel westward. The next one finds itself on the way to Bushnell, Nebraska,
where we find HAZEL BOWYER writing her three column article giving advice to the Love Lorn
through the "Daily Bla" of which RAY EISENTRAUT is the efficient editor. A member of his staff is
DORIS SCHOENBECK, the Sports Editor.
We're wondering if our invitation will reach BILL MORRISSEY, as he is now residing in "The Cave
of the Mounds". They say he is almost finished with his new "Morrissey System of Spelling", which
will do away with that old outmoded Webster model dictionary.
In Cucamonga, Colorado, our invitation reaches "The ARNOLD Ozone Company". DON
generates Ozones and sells them to the Arabs in the Sahara Desert. He is considered very wealthy.
Farther west, an invitation is eagerly opened by that Comedian WILLIAM "CRASH" SEAVER. He
is doing so well in Hollywood that he has now taken "Snoz" Durante's place. MARY MILLER, MAE
STEINBICER, and MARIAN RECKNAGLE also seem to be in the lights of Hollywood. They compose
that famous dance trio "MasterfuI Merry Makers".
The next invitation was sent ten days early to MISS KATHRYN ODIONNE THUM, so she would
read, reread, and fully understand when, where, why and how the .reunion would be held. Of
course, we realize she is industriously applying herself to her duties as an assistant to Director Alfred
The Last Frontier Hotel in Reno, Nevada is the address of our next invited guest. Her name is
Mrs. CATHERINE M. MACLEAN, O'BRlEN, MURPHY FINNIGAN. She always did admire the Irish.
Her eye seems to be pealed for that millionaire Alexander MacTavish. Of course it takes sometime
for three legal divorces to go through the courts.
Returning again to our Local Yokels, we find VERONICA FINLEY running the farm and keeping
her brothers on the straight and narrow path. She'Il be sure to come to our big shindig and maybe
even bring her famous husband.
As she busily goes through her mail, the well trained and experienced manager of the Super
Duper National Tea Market, PHYLISS HAMMEL excitedly opens her invitation. Her business is rapidly
expanding. She already has five stores in Elkhorn. Our only hope is that she won't be too busy to
attend the reunion.
In South America, our invitations are accepted by LOIS GOODHAND, who is engaged in pick-
ing coffee beans on a plantation. She must have a beautiful tan by now. In Bolivia, GENEVIEVE
KISTLER is teaching English to the little natives.
CAROL VOGHT is too busy in the physio-therapist school in Milwaukee trying to improve
peoples knock knees and bowed legs to bother to attend our reunion.
The night club down on Peach Tree Lane in Atlanta is honored with the Queen of the Beauty
Contest held at Skunks Hollow. This noted character is none other than our old classmate, JEAN
SELTMANN. Certainly She will come to our reunion.
Our next invitation was sent to ELLEN TESS in Paris, France and will take quite a while to get
there. ELLEN certainly will be a big help in the decorations for our reunion as she is studying art in
Paris, you know.
Our last invitation, but not the'least was sent to that tiny tot NORMA RYAN, who has her name
in Neon Lights above the Spragia Theater. Good for "Barrel"!! We knew that some day he'd get
some good entertainment for his "hang-out".
As we leave our friends to meditate upon their possibilities of reuniting and having one of the
best class reunions ever held, we see BILL SEYMOUR trudge slowly up the street on his daily tour as
BEVERLY quietly closes the door of the Jackson Monument Corporation.
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