Roseville High School - Rosette Yearbook (Roseville, OH)

 - Class of 1950

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and Barbara UF IF I" Miller. They have been singing at the Cafe de Paris on the Riviera for the last six months. If anyone wants a new hairdo, go to the famous Bonnie Meadows .and she will do wonders for you. The well-known rodeo rider and queen, Sue Sarrell, hit town last week with her band of fifty horses. Donna Clark, who arrived a short time ago, is the head of the largest woolen mill factory in the world. Our movie actress, Elda Clayton, just drove up in her long, black limousine. And now I see com- ing my way, the girl who gives everyone a thrill with her murder stories, none other than Mary Gheen. Wilma Johnson is the star trapeze artist in the Edith "Toodles" Mauller circus. They have animals, too. For any of you girls who need to lose a little weight, here and there, just visit. Betty Murphy's reducing salon. She is quite an expert, you know. Well, here comes someone-that we almost missed, Nliss Donna Skinner, who is now Dean of Girls' Industrial School at Marysville. Our last one to arrive, as you might know, is the mortician, Bob Goodlive. He wishes to extend an invitation to anyone who cares to visit him before it's too late. This has been a perfect day for the reunion of the class of 1950, and everyone has enjoyed himself immensely. Many of us took up professions of which we had never dreamed, but I guess that we all turned out as well as could be expected. By JONE WATT AND KATIE CARR A Friendly Gel-Togeilzer TWENTY ONE

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TWENTY Uma P The Senior Class of 1950 is having its class reunion this fourth day of July, 1970. Bernard Sowers, the former class president, is presiding over this group. He is now the coach of the Cleveland Browns. First, we see Harold Whetstone, now the Superintendent of the Muskingum County Schools. He is followed by Bill and Barbara Ridenour who have just flown here from their thousand-acre cattle ranch in Utah. Here comes the nurse corps. Yes, it's Mary Wiseman and Mildred Ridgley in their white nurses' uniforms. They are all prepared to take care of any casualties 'that might occur throughout the day. My goodness, I hardly knew the stylish Marjorie Williams, but, of course, she is now a model for Messieur Herb de Pettie, the well-known French dress designer. Here comes Charles Harlan, now an .automobile dealer, with his girl friend, Edna Spring, who is now a florist. We regretted very much to hear that Tom Sagle couldn't be present, but he is busy helping his wife, Sally, fill prescriptions. Donna Pemberton, editor of "Holiday" magazine, has promised everyone a free subscription to it. Barbara Norris, who runs a correspondence course on NHow To Keep Your Husband", is also unable to attend because her hus- band, Bob, has been missing for five days. Now here we see Donna Roberts who has written a well-known book, L'How To Publish An Annual". Bonita Loterbaugh, the well- known television queen, has just purchased a banana plantation in Cuba. Ray Wallace is now arriving. With him is part of his all-girl orchestra, mainly, Marjorie Roberts, June Swingle, and Elizabeth Glass. My, what a good looking set of womanhood. We now see Mrs. Bill Fountain, formerly Margaret Rader, and Mrs. Bob Jenkins, nee Sue Williams. We know that you have all heard of Jim Way, the radio comedian. Well, today, he is really telling his jokes to every- one, including Vergina Weaver's baby. Donna Walchak and Donna Gill are helping out with the refreshments since both are waitresses at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City. I think I see - yes, it is Mana Embrey. She is the first woman Secretary of the United States. Believe it or not! Speaking of politics, here comes Mayor Jim Riley of Roseville. By the way, Roseville won the football league this year with the help of their coach, Gene Daniels. I was just talking to Katie Carr. She is working her way up in politics by scrubbing floors in the White House. The former Jone Watt, now Mrs. Allen Pitcock, has just arrived with her twins. She is the general manager of the largest hardware store in America. Here come our two French entertainers, Theta 'LMIMIH Tatman

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Glam Will We, the members of the Senior Class of 1950 of Roseville High School, being of sound minds, do hereby make public and declare this our last will and testament in the following manner: ARTICLE I To the class of '53, we leave three more years of solitary confinement. To the class of l52, we leave the hope that Bob Ball ldoesn't drive you crazy. To the class of '51, we leave Miss Carter. Heaven help you. ARTICLE II To Mr. Buck we leave a pack of blood-hounds for tracking down delin- quent students. To Mr. Begula we leave the inalienable right to entertain unruly seniors in the privacy of his office. To Alice Carter we leave the terrible thought that we won't be here next year. To Lola Clark we leave a box of pencils and a pair of new elbows to rub. To Nancy Ransbottom we lave the hotdogs and buns for next yearls games. To Mike Lo Presti we leave another smudge pot. To Bill Curl we leave a gas pipe. To Bob Russell we leave the thought that he won't have such great physicists next year. To Red Smith we leave a quarterback who can think, a tackle with killer instincts, an end with glue on his fingers, and a team that has as clean minds as we had. To Grace Kershner we leave a lot of potato peelings and bones to replace those which she has thrown away in the past year. To Geneva Leaders we leave bookkeeping workbooks to try to balance. We know that you canlt. To Vern King we leave the paper wads and erasers that he has picked up in the past year. But only those which we "Seniors" threw. ARTI'CLE III To the school we bequeath the following: A few worn out erasers. The memories of having the privilege of teaching our class. Our portraits in the study hall. Our books, papers, pencils, and numerous other things which enabled us to graduate as the smartest class to ever roam the halls of R. H. S. TWENTY-T WO

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