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Page 9 text:
After completing ten years as the Advertising Manager for "United Films" in Phoenix, Arizona,
I decided to take a two weeks vacation.
I stopped in Hollywood at "Madame Patsy's Beauty Salon" for a complete workover, and I discovered
that the proprietor was Patsy Cripe, a former classmate of mine. She told me that she does all the
beautician work for the Hollywood starlets.
I left Patsy and went windowshopping. Above a large building in big red letters was Raymond C ripe,
Veterinarian. I went up to see him, and during our conversation he told me that Bob Hart is teaching the
Charles Atlas Muscle Building Course in the gymnasium down the street, and Rosa Hite has a job writing
witty lyrics for Jack Benny. Also, I found out Judy Keim had just completed a successful screen test
for the lead role in "It's Never Too Early." He said Fred Miller is doing very well for himself as the
star basketball player for the Globetrotters, and Skip Kurtz has been doing a marvelous job as the head
coach at Crispus Attucks. Raymond also told me that Esther Yoder is the Chief cook in the Women's
Army Corps . . , and that Peg Suter is competing against Betty Crocker for the "Miss Homemaker"
After a pleasant chat with Raymond, Istoppedin at Macy's Department Store and saw to my surprise
that .Tane Hire was working there as a model. She was very pleased to see me and told me that she had
just received a letter from Sharon Eash, who was now doing missionary work in South Africa with her
husband, Sam Yoder. She also said that Ralph Haney had married the daughter of the President of the
Box Factory, and he was now the Vice-President, but they had trouble with him because he was always
falling asleep. She mentioned that Twyla Kauffman is a warden at the Women's Prison on the Island
of Pocomoco, and Janet Moser is working in the Memorial Hospital as head nurse on the band-aid detail,
also, Susan Larimer is a famous psychiatrist in New York, Mary Bowser had married Merle Yoder, and
is the soloist in church choir in Millersburg. Marilyn Sark is owner of a large Milk Truck Business,
and Marilyn Whirledge is a world - famous horse trainer in Kentucky. She mentioned, too, that Arlene
Yoder is the President of the Pep Club in Goshen College, and Alice Long is the Dramatics teacher at
After leaving Jane, I bumped into the Chief of Police, who was Gerald Berkey. He was very glad to
see me, and told me that John Petgen owned the Felix Oil Company in Texas and that Donald Slabaugh was
working for the government as the Secretary of Agriculture.
I am very glad to learn that my classmates have been successful in their careers, but my vacation
is drawing to a close and I have to rush back to Phoenix.
I am looking forward to the class reunion in 1979.
Page 8 text:
We started our Freshman year with thirty-six members and elected the following officers: Presi-
dent, Peggy Suter: Vice-P resident, Janet Moser: Secretary,JudyKeim: Treasurer, Susan Larimer: Student
Council Representatives, Jane Hire and Theldon Kurtz. Mr. Orville Howard was our class sponsor. We
chose as our class motto "Live Wires Never Get Stepped On"g our class flower is the yellow rose and
our class colors are white, black, and yellow.
Our Sophomore year started with twenty-nine members and our officers were: President, Raymond
Cripeg Vice-President, Judy Keimg Secretary, Peggy Suter: Treasurer, Susan Larimer: Reporter, Fred
Miller: Student Council Representatives, Patsy Cripe and Theldon Kurtz. Our class sponsor was Mrs.
Mary Crowe. To raise our treasury we sold Christmas cards, and paid class dues.
The officers of our Junior year were: President, Fred Miller: Vice-President, Esther Yoder: Sec-
retary, PCQQY Slifer: T1'CaSLUSr. Susan Larimer: Student Council Representatives, Judy Keim and Esther
Yoder. The first week of school we received our class rings which we are proud to own. Our projects for
the year to raise money were: selling magazines, selling ice cream at noons, selling concessions at ball-
games, sponsoring a skating party, and class dues. We auctioned off the watch we received from selling
magazines. Our class play, "Papa Says No," given on March 28, 1958, was very successful, and we ended
the year with the Junior-Senior Reception. Our theme was "orienta1."
We started our last and finalyear with the following officers: President, Fred Miller: Vice-P resident,
Judy Keim: Secretary, Peggy Suterg Treasurer, Esther Yoder: Reporter, Rosa Mae Hiteg Student Council
Representatives, Theldon Kurtz and Raymond Cripe. Serving as President of the Student Council was Judy
Keim and Vice-P resident was Don Slabaugh. OnOctober 21, 1958, we gave our play, "It's Never Too Late,"
which was very successful. We had two suppers and also sold Christmas candy. The Juniors gave us a very
nice reception in the spring. We left for New York and Washington, D.C. on May 2. 9
As we finish our four years of high school, we will not forget the people who helped to make these
four years successful. We are now stepping out into the future to assume new responsibilities, and make
new friends, but we shall always cherish our happy memories of dear old M. H. S.
Page 10 text:
Gerald Berkey, wills his art ability to anyone who can use it.
Mary Bowser, wills her ability to get an engagement ring while still in high school to Sandy McDonald.
Patsy Cripe, wills her ability to leave her glasses on to Becky Stump, if you would leave them on you
wouldn't be losing them all the time.
Raymond Cripe, wills his ability to go with girls at Millersburg, Maynard.
Sharon Eash, wills Sam to no one because she wants him all to herself.
Ralph Haney, wills his ability to sleep in class to anyone who stays out too late.
Rosa Hite, wills her long hair to anyone who wants it.
Jane Hire, wills her ability to be quiet in class to Betty Mast, it pays some times.
Bob Hart, wills his ability to keep a seat warm on the basketball bench to anyone who wants to trade places
Twyla Kauffman, wills her Shorthand Book to anyone who can get more good out of it than she did.
Judy Keim, wills her ability to be President of Student Council next year to Glenn Troyer, you will make
a good one.
Skip Kurtz, wills his convertible to Larry Long, you sure can use it, Larry.
Sandra Larimer, wills her ability to go with out of town boys to anyone. If interested, see Sandy.
Susan Larimer wills her dictionary to anyone who can use it.
Alice Long, wills her shyness around boys to Bonnie Suter, it may help you catch one, Bonnie.
Janet Moser, will her Chemistry book to anyone who can get more out of it than she can.
Fred Miller, wills his Ford to anyone who wants it and all its troubles.
John Petgen wills his eleventh grade English book to any Sophomore that wants it next year.
Marilyn Sark, wills her laugh to Ann Detwiler, You don't have to be so quiet, Ann.
Don Slabaugh, wills his singing ability to Tommy I-loltzinger, with yours and mine it should sound pretty
Peggy Suter, wills her ability to get A's to the Junior boys, you need them.
Marilyn Whirledge, wills her tenth grade English book to any Freshman who can use it.
Arlene Yoder, wills her yelling ability to the Pep Club next year. You may need it with we Seniors leaving.
Esther Yoder, wills her good times in high school to next years Freshmen.
We, the Seniors will our ability to pass to the Juniors and to have as much fun after class parties as we
we, the Seniors will our ability to get President and Vice-P resident of Student Council to the Sophomores.
we, the Seniors will our ability to make money to the Freshmen, its hard work but its worth it.
We, the Seniors will the Class of '6l' all the fun we had visiting the State Legislature, be sure and get lost
like we did.
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