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Betty 1S the g1rl you re after
If you want a lot of laughter
In study hall she s sure to be
A b1g help to all 1nclud1ng me
Madge 1S always on the beam
That s why she was elected queen
Although she s ornery as can be
She s popular w1th everyone as you
Jonas 1S 1nterested 1n sports
And he really shows them on
He s a very popular guy
Charl1e IS s1x foot one
And everytlung he does 15 fun,
At basketball he s the most
And you never hear h1m boast
Darrell came to us from Kentucky,
And because of th1s we thlnk
we re lucky
He too, IS 1nterested 1n sports
Not just basketball but all sports
.Toe 1S a real mce guy
And not the type you could call shy
At h1s Job he 1S a flash
He s try1ng to get a lot of cash
V1ck1 hopes to go to college
And f1ll her pretty head w1th
She hopes she s elected by a
As pres1dent of a soror1ty
Mary 1S the quuet type
Out of her you never hear a gr1pe
She makes httle no1se,
And that s what attracts the boys
Tom hopes to be a rru1l1noa1re
And Slt 1n a b1g Off1C6 cha1r
Remember us Tom as we say,
Nancy IS short and sweet
In our est1mat1on she s hard to
Although she s Just a httle g1rl
She s sure to g1ve any boy a wh1r1
Alan 1S a lot of fun
For any g1rl he d be the one
He has pretty black ha1r
He and Betty Pence make a good pa1r
Wayne 15 a versat1le boy
He f1llS the teachers heart w1th Joy
I-Ie s Mr Burnhams secretary
To slap study hall he won t tarry
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Page 13 text:
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Here we are Lad1es and Gentlemen, at the 1960 reun1on of the
graduatlng class of 1956 from Monroe H1gh School
Let s wander through the crowd and see 1f we can f1nd anyone
Now here 15 a fam1l1ar face I m sure you all know M1ss V1ClCl
Spachner, the greatest p1an1st s1nce L1berace She has her own
telev1s1on program V1ClCl s Key Board All you bachelors
take heed as yet M1ss Spachner IS not marr1ed and as you can
see, It s not because of her looks
Now for th1s next ce1ebr1ty we w1ll have to go over to the pool
Yes, you ve guessed It It s the famous sw1mm1ng star, Betty
Howsmon Betty tell us how It feels to have been the only person
to sw1m Lake Super1or I 11 let you 1n on a l1ttle secret, Betty told
me she plans to do another mov1e soon The name of It w11l be
Saturn s Darhng
And here Lad1es and Gentlemen, 1S Mrs Amer1ca of 1960
Madge Gall1more Madge marr1ed one of her fellow classmates
Jonas, and they have two lovely ch1ldren Jonas 1S play1ng basket
ball w1th the Dayton Flyers but now he has to watch the k1ds wh1le
Madge travels over the country
These two gentlemen here are Professor O1ler and Tom Reed
Professor O1ler 15 now a teacher at Oh1o State Uruvers1ty and
15 still a bachelor
Tom Reed 1S the mult1m1l11onare, who bought the West1nghouse
plant 1n Columbus and remodeled It 1nto a hotel
Look who Just walked 111. Why It s Joe Sanders Joe has made
qu1te a name 1n the bus1ness world He now owns a cha1n of serv1ce
statnons and several other bus1nesses
The man who just went up to greet lum IS one of h1S best fr1ends
Darrell K1lgore Darrell IS now recordlng for A B C Records HIS
latest record 1S Jump and Hop Samba Y
Th1s gentleman 15 Alan D1lhon He owns the Orelton Farms and X ff'
1S a very busy man He IS marr1ed and has a beauhful w1fe
Here IS the former Mary Purdum She IS marr1ed to a famous
h1ll b1lly slnger and 15 very happy There IS Nancy Streator She 1'
went to New York and Sllldled W1ndow d1splay She 1S now 1n charge,!,,.f',2-W "
of the d1splay at the Lazarus Company 1n London, Oh1o 6 ff'
Wayne D1ll1on 1S out of town and was unable to attend It seems Q xp'
he 1S a b1g lawyer and has every chance of be1ng elected Governor 2
of New York We w1sh h1m lots of luck
Well, we hope to see all of these people back aga1n when they
hold the1r next reumon 1n 1964 Good luck to all of you
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The Semors of 1956 started out the1r Journey of twelve years 1n school1n 1944
Only s1x of our present class started out 1n the frrst grade together They are
Madge Galhmore Betty Howsmon, Mary Prudum .Toe Sanders, Tom Reed and Wayne
D1ll1on Jo1n1ng the class 1n the second grade was Alan D1ll1on In the second grade
also V1ck1 Spachner Jo1ned us com1ng from the elementary school 1n Columbus
Charles O1ler Jo1ned us 1n the f1fth grade and 1n the seventh grade Nancy Streator
came to us from West Jefferson Jonas Fraley Jo1ned us 1n our Freshman year, com
1ng from Rosedale Darrell Kllgore was the last to Joxn us dur1ng our seruor year
He came from Meade Memor1a1 School 1n Kentucky
In the sports f1eld we were very fortunate dur1ng our Jumor H1gh years In the
seventh grade we placed f1rst 1n the basketball tournament, and 1n the e1ghth grade
we placed second Dur1ng our H1gh School years we have had great fun
In the fall of our Freshman year our annual Freshman 1mt1at1on was held We
real mce we1ner roast at the home of one of the semors Mary A Howsmon
Our Sophmore year our Enghsh teacher Mrs Puckett helped us pubhsh the
school newspaper Dur1ng the year we sponsored var1ous th1ngs to make money
Agaln 1n our .Tumor year we were maklng money Dur1ng the year we found a
n1ce way to spend part of our money Th1s was by g1v1ng the Sen1ors a n1ce banquet
Fo1low1ng the banquet everyone had a good mme e1ther by go1ng to Valley Dale or
to a show
Then to our Sen1or year, whlch we had all been lookmg forward to and have en
Joyed so much Fou.r of our class took the Sen1or Scholar sh1p tests g1ven 1n London
They were Betty Howsmon, V1c1u Spachner Tom Reed and Wayne D1lhon Instead
of Freshman 1n1t1at1on th1s year the teachers gave the lugh school lads a very n1ce
party at the Park 1n Mechamcsburg Other events of the year are the class play
magaz1ne sale semor dance, banquet, and our tr1p to Columbus to have our p1ctures
taken, and f1nal1y the Comm1ncement and graduatlon Then we are all lookxng forward
to our class tr1p
all dressed up in funny clothes. Later that evening the seniors treated us to a
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