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We enjoyed a grand Christmas Party, and after that we thought
about a suitable play to give. Finally it was decided to give "Sun-
bonnet Jane From Sycamore Lane." The entire Junior Class partici-
pated in it. Mr. Buechler was appointed play director, Mr. Allen
assistant director. It was a great success.
The next outstanding event was the Junior-Senior Banquet which
was held on April 18, 1950. Patricia Goeppner and Ray Merkley were
crowned Queen and King.
The boys participating in sports were Frank and Alf on the first
All Juniors were ready for vacation after a busy year.
Again we entered school for the year 1950-51, realizing this would
be our last year. Class officers were elected during the latter part of
September. They were as follows: Annie Schnaus, President, Frank
Schmitt, Vice President, Lillian Goeppner, Treasurer, and Mary J ahn,
Secretary. Mr. Earl Buechler was appointed class sponsor.
The senior class sponsored a school dance and the Christmas Dance.
Each one was a great success.
The basketball team was a successful one with Frank Schmitt and
Alf Burger being co-captains. Tony Terwiske was student manager.
Our senior class play was the biggest success in history.
Mr. Buechler, our class sponsor, entertained us on the 17th of Jan-
uary with a chicken fry. Everyone had a wonderful time.
The last week of school the Seniors had four parties which were
enjoyed by all and finally the time arrived for which we had been
striving for 12 years. All decked out in caps and gowns we were a
proud group of ten marching to the music of "Pomp and Circum-
stances." With our pride was mixed a slight sense of sorrow as we
thought of all the teachers, classmates, assignments, and real good
times We were leaving behind. It was the day of our commencement.
Rosemarye Blessinger Fair
Alf Burger ,Unsettled
Lillian Goeppner Pleasant
Mary J ahn Breezy
Millie Mehringer Warm WVind
Pat Morgan Cold WVind
Frank Schmitt Stormy
Annie Schnaus Sunny
Tony Terwiske Blustering
Carol Wagner Pleasant”