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Page 12 text:
SENIOR CLASS WILL
The following is the will of each broad-minded,influential,
considerate, and ah, yes, nlrresponsible' Senior of the Class
of 1942, which hails from Hayes County High School, Hayes Cen-
Louis Stackhouse, the mischievous,yet very good natured and
friendly Senior wills his athletic ability to Donald Mc Gilli-
vary, a Sophomore.
Lucille Mc Dowell, the petite, lively, and happy go lucky
Senior wills her sweet disposition to Gilbert Gigax.
Dale Fowler,the good-looking, and captivating Senior, wills
his curly hair to Vyona Christner.
Esther Switzer, a blond,having a pleasing personality wills
her studious habits to Darlene McLeland.
Verl Glee, the capable and witty Senior wills his jolly and
most hearty laugh to Billy Sullivan.
Rowena Lacey, the quiet, neat and well dressed Senior wills
her blond hair to Doris Schneider.
Mary Leah Jones,an alert, ambitious, and intelligent Senior
wills her weight to Patricia Orman.
Lester Hoback, the Senior who is vivacious, with twinkling
eyes, wills his many girl friends to Robert Moon.
Wilbur Thompson, the energetic Senior, who is President of
our class wills his height to Jack O'Br1en.
Georgia Ohlson, another blond and cooperative member of the
Senior Class wills her blushing to Geneva Huntwork.
Otho Stone, the Senior, ,who talks with a lazy drawl that
every one likes, wills his quietness to Wanda Hintllng.
Riley Mintling, another quiet Senior, who likes to go car
riding, wills his red hair to John Fisher.
Evelyn Wilson, the tallest girl in the Senior class, who is
industrious wills her boy friend to Thelma Brown.
Ellis Clark, another Senior with curly hair, who adheres to
his own work, wills his generosity to Albert Russell, just to
keep it in the class.
Velma Wilson, a Senior who is sensitive, profound, and very
genial wills her letter writing ability to Jerry Housman.
Albert Russell, the rather serious Senior,who is also curi-
ous and enjoys fun, wills his school subjects to Dolores West.
Kathleen Terrell, a very energetic, reliable and innocent
Senior wills her singing ability to Patty Mead, just to keep
it in Regular Girls Glee Club.
Don Ready, another tall, studious, husky Senior wills his
latest girl friend to Charles Rice.
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Page 11 text:
CLASS PROPHECY Continued
Don Ready is a very able commander-in-chief of the United
States Army. His father is a veteran of the first World War
so it was not surprising that Don should go far in military
Georgia Ohlson is America's leading lady feature writer.Her
articles command high pay and are read all over the world.
Verl Glee's name is very prominent in sport circles as a
baseball p1ayer.He is known as theNBabe Ruth' of modern times.
Lester Hoback is a multimillionaire oil man. Oil was found
in south-western Nebraska in 1947 and by his keen business
ability he soon made a fortune. He has been called billionaire
play boy on account of his many, many marriages, having just
embarked on his ninth attempt at happiness.
Dale Fowler is a very noted criminal lawyer. His services
are used in all parts of the world. His kindness and sympathy
are well known.
Esther Switzer is our much loved nurse. She has been re-
ferred to as being as great a nurse as the world has ever had.
Ellis Clark is our only farmer. He says he farms because
he likes the work and knows happiness, peace, and quiet after
a day of toll. His country home is a heaven to a large number
of his city friends. His wife is a splendid cook and has made
a very pleasant home for Ellis. He is so happy and contented
that I count him one of the most successful of the men of our
Louis Stackhouse is a movie actor, the 1962 matinee idol of
the movie going women. He is very happily married to a former
Hayes County girl.
Lucille McDowell is a society leader, having married a well
known New York millionaire. She seems so happy but is always
ready to talk of the happy days at H. C. H. S.
Riley Mintling, or I should say Judge Mintling,1s very well
known. He is a supreme court judge of the United States Su-
preme Court. He is still the quiet, dignified Riley of school
So you see all the 1942 graduates really did make good. I
suppose you wonder what I have done in these last twenty years.
I taught a country school for two years and then attended col-
lege and secured my degree.I was then married and have travel-
ed over the United States with my husband, who lectures on the
nNew Order of Government.n He is trying to teach people how
much better this type of government is than the various old
types the world had before the second World War.
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President ...... ...Jerry Housman
Vice President ....... Leona Wittwer
Treasurer ...... .... Billy Sullivan
Secretary .... ...Virginia Wilson
Sponsor ............ Mrs. Ruth Green
Class Colors .... ...Red and White
There are thirty-five members in the Junior Class, which
makes it the largest class in school. Sixteen are taking the
Normal Training Course.
Fourteen girls are in Pep ClubgEighteen girls and nine boys
are in Glee Club: Three of the girls are in Sextetteg Nine
girls and four boys are in Chorus: Nine members are in Instru-
Several boys were active in football and three boys played
on the basket ball squad.
This class presented their Junior Class Play, nMystery of
Mumbo Jumbo2November twent1eth,nineteen hundred and forty-one.
Four Juniors were in the one-act play, WDear Lady Be Brave,
given at the Declamatory Contest in Culbertson, February sec
ond, nineteen hundred and forty-two. -
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