Fredericktown High School - Mirror Yearbook (Fredericktown, OH)

 - Class of 1951

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e M irrofg 5 Twelve Years Together Q. RUXY I llamld l..lx'm.1n. lilmelx lxlo-privy. Ralph Huggins. Hmx,lrd Miller, lleih Spe.lim.1n. ROW' 1 Null Mullins, Huh Halt. l..ll'I'Q Shipley, Keith Phillips. Marilyn llellelel, XY'.1ml.l liz-i--ln, livls ,Xlsp.uh. Ralph Tyson, Ed lnsedy, ROW' 5-Carina Herdrnan. liileen Seyinuui, janet liwers. Beverly Darling. Phyl XVhite, D-it Tys-:nr Drills Phillips. Ruth Snbtlillhlll. l.--is Spearinaii, Marg lirzwier. Marlene Klaxxwii. To start our high school career, we had 59 members in our class, During our four high school years, we welcomed Phyllis Anthony, Nancy Glaekin, Dallas Popham, Ed Hatton and lost Naomi Mowry, Marjorie Wliirl, Donnie Sleeper, and George Morris. George is now a soldier for Uncle Sam and is remembered by everyone, even though he isn't here. Our senior enrollment is 38. Lois Alspaeh and Marlene Cllawson are at the top in scholastic abilities. Class Motto To Knowledge, Add Friendship Class Color - - - Orchid and Xlifhite Class lilower -------- Ori-hid Advisers - - Mr. Wfliittemore and Mr. Scarff This page sponsored by COCHRAN GREENHOUSE Page Fifteen

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The Mz'rr0n 51 Class Will Lois Alspach wills her artistic ability to Margie Maneese. Phyllis Anthony wills her bright ideas to her sister, Doris . Marilyn Beheler wills her musical ability to underclassmen accompanists. Faye Brenneman wills her tiny voice to Margaret Ackerman. Wanda Brooks wills her hair to Ne Ne Ruggles. Marlene Clawson wills her love for the opposite sex to Dorothy Frazier. Beverly Darling wills her football crown to next year's football queen. janet Ewers wills her silly ways to Irene Besst. Margie Frazier wills her volleyball and basketball ability to Janet Burgholder. Lowell Foote wills his sharp clothes to Bill Mahaffey. Nancy Glackin wills her "lost weekends" to Lulie Lozier. Bob Hart wills his "hot rod" to Neil Reed. Ed Hatton wills his bashfulness to john Hampton. Carma Herdman wills her giggles to Patty Davis. Ralph Huggins wills his singing commercials to Television. Don Kearns wills his love for Mt. Vernon to jay Algire. Harold Layman wills his bright remarks in English Class to any teacher who can put up with them. Charles Lamb wills his brightness in history class to next year's smarty. Ed Leedy wills his corny jokes to Carmon Weller. Howard Miller wills his love for girls to Bob Ackerman. Charles Mooney wills his sports announcing to Radio. Nicky Mullins wills his skipping school ability to Bob Peterson. Bob Nauman wills his love to study to Gerald Franks. Doris Phillips wills her parties to anyone who wants them. Keith Phillips wills his physique to Gerald Mishey. Dallas Popham wills his being one of "Loy's Boys" to Dale Snell. Willard Ruhl wills his square dancing ability to Pee Wee Oswalt. Eileen Seymour wills her diamond to next year's lucky girl. Larry Shipley wills his basketball ability to Boone Grubaugh. Ruth Sockman wills her Y-Teen duties to next year's president. Lois Spearman wills her quiet ways to Barb Mooney. Herb Spearman wills his F. F. A. presidency to next year's president. joan Staiger wills her troubles to Bonita Ruhl. Lee Ann Tindall wills her short hair cuts to Shirley Houssiere. Mary Tippett wills her pretty white teeth to Pepsodent Tooth Paste. Dorothy Tyson wills her height to Carol Mooney. Ralph Tyson wills his football ability to Lavern Warner. Phyllis White wills the man in her future to the army. Page Fourteen This page sponsored by FREDERICKTOWN FARM SUPPLY

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The Zlliwforg 51 Lair Al,l'fI4lL'l7, a quiet miss Wfill Surely reach the top For she'll be a dress designer ln a Fifth Avenue shoppe. Phyllis' Anthony will not marry She will have a career Anyway her employer Will always call her "Dear," Music is her main hobby Nrnilyfz Bebeler is her name She'll be a concert pianist And achieve world-wide fame. ln nineteen sixty-one No doubt we will find Faye Bfkllllelllclll with six kids That just won't mind. lllarleue Cluunrrm is a cheerful girl And much to our surprise Will settle down and marry And learn to bake good pies. Bez' Darling and Playl Wflaile Army cadet nurses will be And work for their Uncle Sam In a hospital by the sea. janet Ewen Will lead a lonely life Until she hnally settles down, And becomes a farmer's wife., Out on the ranch in the west In the course of ten years We will find Marg Frazier Training horses and steers. Now don't become alarmed But I know for a fact That great Dr. Foote Will have many teeth to extract. A noted Nancy G'lufkiu With her skill and fame Will teach her students How to play the game. Bob Hari, a romantic fellow Will have a hectic life Until he meets a pretty girl And takes her for his wife. At the same time every day Eddie Htrllou will oft' be seen As a Greyhound operator Whose job will be routine. Page Sixteen Class Prophecy Crzrnm Herdzmul will be manager For all those never more to roam At her haven of rest - Called the Old Ladies Home. He'll travel the ladder of fame Even though he'll be delayed But when Ralph Huggiur is finally "There'lI he some changes made!" president Mr. Ketrrurfr unique idea Will go over with a boom! For he will own and operate The exclusive "Don's Ballroom." As a future Fuller-brush man Churk Ltnub you will meet I-le decided that a salesman Always lives on easy street. And next comes Ed "Nut" Leedy So quiet in his ways A happy bachelor he will be All the rest of his days. Bigamist Howard Miller will lead A somewhat double life For he'll be constantly fearing Howards other wife. Theres adventure in his blood And that is why we will find Chuck Mrmuey in Africa Studying animals of every kind. Vast crowds of gleeful fans With cheers and praises saying For boxer Nicky Mulliui' Has stepped into the ring. Bob Nclllfllalil and Harald Layman Will till and plant the ground We know they'll be successful For new methods they have found. Dorii Plaillipi will never marry We shall call her an "old maid" But she will have a wonderful position In which she will be well-paid. At last Keilln Plaillipr Will finally reach his goal For he'll become a member Of our State Highway Patrol. Dtrlltu Puphtnn will be a farmer Because he loves to till the soil When the storms come and ruin the crops 'Twill make old "Poppy's" blood boil. fContinued on page 585 This page sponsored by COCHRAN MOTOR SALES

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