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Top picturez Lcf: to righ'-B, Sloffer, P. Keller, S. McLane, Mr. Prfble, P. Kellum, F. Dunten
H. Engleright, Y, Kell.
Left Center picture: Frances Dunten.
Ripht center picture: joan Wappes. Trella Gross, absent.
Bottom picture: Front, Bob Hadley. Back-Y. Kell, B. Snider, M. Gordon, M. Becktell, J. Branning,
W. Taner, W. Hoeppner, V. Bunn, E. Arnold, H. Engleright, V, Patterson.
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Lei. to right: Bob Hadley, Paul Christlieb,
Velma Bunn, Jim Buchanan.
CLASS I-l ISTD DY
ln the year of '36 we find at Huntertown Mary Becktell, Jack Bleekman, and Velma Bunn
starting in the first grade. Every once in a while you would see them walking around with a little
cap on their heads which said, "I Whisper."
ln the second grade some new pals were added. They were none other than Loris Aikens, Phil
Hyndman, and Marilyn Miller. This year tapeing mouths was popular.
The third grade added Betty Fulk to our gang. In the fourth grade Eleanor Arnold came to join
us. Then in the fifth grade, john Morehous, Keith Dice, and Manford and Betty Snider were added.
W'e kept the same group through the sixth grade, then Bob Hadley joined us in the seventh
grade. He was the last addition to our class until the Freshman year.
The Freshman year brought to our class transfer students from St. Joe, Wallen, LaOtto, and
other parts. The charming and attractive girls were Jean Branning, Lois Daniels, Yvonne Kell,
Barbara Maxey, Wilma Taner, Esther Pepple, Regina and Delores Bobay, Sue McLane, and Betty
Kovets. The handsome and luckv boys were jim Buchanan, Bob Edgar, Bob Kain, Joe Huber, Dick
Daniels, Bob and Grayson Knight, john Porter, Joe Wise, jack Davis, Paul Christlieb, Eugene Justus,
and Don Konger.
Freshman Officers were: President, Sue McLane, Vice President, Jim Buchanan, Secretary, Jack
Bleekmang Treasurer, Bob Hadley. To enjoy ourselves, we had two Weiner bakes. One was held
at Al Meyers and the other was at Franke Park. We were thoroughly initiated by the Seniors of that
year. Our sponsors were Miss Harrod and Mr. Palmer.
Feeling very grown up we entered our Sophomore year with great plans for the future. Some
of the newcomers were Ted Berberich, Helen Enaleright, Frances Dunten, and Martha Gordon. The
officers for the Sophomore year were: President, Velma Bunn, Vice President, john Rhonemusg Sec-
retary, Yvonne Kell, Treasurer, Don Korner. Our parties were both held here at school. We had
two dances and our sponsors were Mr. Fryback and Mrs. Dubsky.
Entering our junior year we looked forward to the prom we were to give in honor of the
seniors. This year we received a new pal, Fred Highlen. Our officers were President, Jean Branningg
Vice President, Bob Kaing Secretary, Bob Hadley, Treasurer, Phil Hyndman. We all enjoyed pre-
senting our Junior Play, directed by Miss Enlev. Also a swell skating party at Bells and our Junior-
Senior Banquet at the Chamber of Commerce. Class sponsors this year were Miss Enley and Mr. Sible.
W'e row entered our Senior year looking back at the good times, and the pleasant acquaintances
we had in our past vears of sfhool. Some of our pleasant days were the ordering of our caps and
gowns, getting our pictures taken, and receiving our name cards and announcements. Our class motto
is Semper Paratus lAlwavs Preparedz, our flower is the red rose, and our class colors are old rose
and silver. We enrolled Virginia Patterson, Wilma Hoeppner, Bob Mountz, and Gail Conner, mak-
ing us a total of 45 Seniors. Officers this year are: President, Paul Christliebg Vice President, Bob
Hadley: Secretary, Velma Bunng Treasurer, jim Buchanan. We held a party at the home of the
Sniders, and a wonderful junior-Senior Banquet. Our sponsors are Mr. Prible and Miss Dill. We
also had a lot of fun presenting the Senior Play.
We are now leaving our I2 years of school to go into life remembering our motto: Semper
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