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Page 17 text:
Having been appointed by the faculty of Hoyleton High School to consult
Harvey. the all- knowing rabbit, as to the where-abouts of the graduating class
of '46, I paid him a special visit. It has been ten years since we have all been
together, but we haven't forgotten each other.
After having discussed the weather for a while he started telling me
about my former classmates. Stanley Horst, was at the University of Illinois.
He had achieved great success as a basketball playen on the Hoyleton team and
was now on the faculty list as coach up at the University. Marilyn Brauer
was teaching a class of kindergarden children in St. Louis. Everett VVehking
was a radio :mnocmcer over KMOX. His ability was first recognized in Sparta.
Earl Michael. newlv elected Senator of Illinois. was busv in his office at
Belleville and Eunice Schrierbecker. his secretary, was greatly enioying her
work. Alfred Greiman was teaching VVorld History at Normandy High in St.
Louis. Selma Neuhaus was happily married and lived on a large dairy farm
in Wisconsin. Orville Lilienkamp and Harry Hongsermeier joined partner-
ship and had started the UGOOSE-FAT OIL COMPANY". Bernice
VVestermeyer was now in St. Louis where she had gained fame as a designer
of women's shoes.
Alvin Unverfehrt, happily married, was honeymooning at Niagara Falls.
Jean Niermann was singing the lead in "Tristram and Isolde" at the
Metropolitan Opera House. Erwin Herzog, owner of the Herzog Cigarette
Company in New York, was enjoying his bachelor's life. Minette Cohlmeyer,
head nurse at the General MacArthur Hospital in Japan, is now taking orders
from Reinhardt, now Col. Reinhardt Krueger, the doctor in charge: Donna -Ieanne
Keyes was happily married to Bob and living with her family in Collinsville.
Eunice Rommelmann was teaching an English class at California
University. Roy Hongsermeier, ace pilot of the A.A.F. was stationed in
Hawaii. Marilyn Schuette was training nurses at the Lister Memorial Hospital
in New York. Virgil Kroeger was at the Kroeger Shipyards, formerlv known
as the Kaiser Shipvards. Doris Ruth Christian was owner of a Millinery
Shoppe in Cleveland, Ohio. Virgil Spenner was living on his large ranch in
Arizona with his family.
Marilyn Dries was living in Texas with her husband, who was stationed
there. Dorothy Stahmer was happily married and living on the farm north of
Hoyleton. Betty Fern Spenner, singing star of WDZ, had achieved great
success. Eunice Schaeffer was a beauty operator in Los Angeles and worked
for Metro during her spare time.
After gettting this load off his chest, Harvey hopped down the street a
Page 16 text:
I, Eunice Schaffer, bequeath my ability to ride a bicycle to Elmer Nebe.
I, Stanley Horst, bequeath my knowledge of basketball to Leroy Maschhoff
and my famous wo-ooo-ooo-ooe olf calls to anybody who thinks he can get
better results than I did.
I, Bernice Westermeyer, bequeath my new method of driving and new
rules of the road to anyone who has life insurance.
I, Marilyn Schuette, bequeath my love for geometry to Dorothy
We the Sophomore Class of '45 and '46, bequeath our charming
personalities, our studious ways, and our well-worn books to you, the oncoming
We the Sophomore Class of '45 and '46, bequeath our love for VVorld
History and Geometry to you, Miss Piper.
We, the Sophomore Class of '45 and '46, bequeath our musical ability' to
you, Mr. Brink, to teach to the oncoming musically inclined students.
We, the Sophomore Class of '45 and '46, bequeath our ability to build
pyramids and our ability as Robin Hoods of our time to you, Miss Coe.
We, the Sophomore Class of '45 and '46, bequeath our love for "Smoke
Gets in Your Eyes" and "The Cookie Witch" to you, Miss Cain.
We, the Sophomore Class of '45 and '46, bequeath our love for hearing
ibout basketball games in Geography class and your many interesting stories
to you, Mr. Beck.
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