Salamonie Township High School - Thunderbolt Yearbook (Warren, IN)

 - Class of 1956

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DAN WOOD wills curly hair to Philip Souder. RICHARD WOOD wills his way with the women to Jerry Wood LEILANI YOUNT wills her ability to have popcorn popped on time to all Juniors in the Junior concession stand VON WORKING wills his art ability to anyone who needs it JOHN ZEZULA wills nothing "Everything I have I'm taking with me ' Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of Jerry Smyth President ULASS PIHIPHEUY 0F 1976 When the class of 1956 graduated several of the students vowed that in twenty years they would take a trip and see everyone in the class and see what they were doing Twenty years have passed and we are ready to begin our trip First we will go to Fort Wayne to see a Zollner Piston game Who should break the worlds record for points per game but our own Phil Blair Also in Fort Wayne is Bill Boxell who has taken over Marvin Hunters place 1n the disc Jockey ratings on station T V T B Janice Brown is Superintendant of Nurses at Parkview Memorial Hospital in Fort Wayne and 1S still looking for a man Don't give up the ship Let's leave Fort Wayne and continue to New York since the people in our class were so talented Quite a number of them landed with there names in the bright lights of New York City Lowell Brinneman has his own TV show the "L0wellerace Show " The former Dixie Elzey wonders if she'S married to Lowell or his TV show Also on Broadway is Carlene I-Iunnicutt who has finally reached her goal in a Shakespearian Play Currently Miss Hunnicutt can be seen in the ' Taming of the Shrew " Clara Logan has Just given her ninety ninth concert at Carniege Hall Stopping at one of the famous Howard home town experience helped' Walking by the famous Macy's Departrnent Store we see John Zezula head mattress tester testing the newest in mattress's Soft Job eh? Since it costs to touch the sidewalk in front of Carters we wave at Jach Eichhorn manager and chief of Carters Department Stores all over the world as he steps from his gold plated Cadillac While in New Yo k we hear Von Working has Just been appointed chief art editor for Life magazine Leaving the bright lights of New York we go to Washington D C where we visit the White House to see Mary Alice Dunwoody, first woman President of the United States Joyce Heaton is still running round picking up after Mary Alice Of course now she is on salary Leilani Yount is beautician for the newly elected womai president Homesick already we called home and who should be on the line but Donna Mitchell She is now Supervisor of all the Bell Telephone Offices in the U S Let us go down the coast to Florida and visit Sonja Williams who is now Physical Education Teacher at Miami University In her spare time she is life guard at Miami Beach Traveling on through the deep south we have car trouble in Arkansas and we run into Linda Nicholson who has recently been elected President of the Lady's Aid Society in New Hope Down in Texas is - . . . . . , . , , . . , . . 9 3 ' 2 . , . . . Johnson's Restaurants we ran into Carol Sheets, head waitress. Guess her 1 , . . . . , 1 .. . - L 9 1 D . . . L . . . 1 . U .

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m CLASS WILL We, the undersigned, the class of 1956, of Warren High School, ofthe township of Salamonie, of the county of Huntington, of the state of Indiana, of the United States of America, of the northern continent of Western Hemis- phere, of the earth, being of sound minds, bodies and memories do here- by make, publish and declare this the last will and testament. PHILLIP BLAIR wills his slow, easy going ways to Claude Wirick. BILL BOXELL wills his ability to get to school on time to Jack Stock. LO WELL BRINNEMAN wills his ability to have conferences in the office with Mr. Carter to Richard Ruble. DONALD BROWN wills his ability to loaf to Earl Williams. JANICE SUE BROWN wills her motto "man hater" to Rosemary Bechtel. PATRICIA BUTLER wills her habit of chewing gum to Nettie Owen. LOIS JANE CLARK wills her loafing in the art room to Keith Spahr. BEVERLY CRAIG wills her good times on the Senior Trip to the Junior girls to use on their trip next year. SHARON DALRYMPLE wills her ability to wear two class rings at the same time to anyone that can get by with it. MARY ALICE DUNWOODY wills her title of boy-girl consulatant to the Fresh men, Sophomore, and Junior boys, to anyone who would enjoy doing it. JACK EICHHORN wills Miss Wheatley a road map to show her exactly how far it is to Ray's Acre. DIXIE ELZEY wills her talent to sneak from study hall to the mechanical drawing room to anyone who desires that environment. BERNARD GEBHART wills his physical fitness derived from walking to school to Philip Souder. RAY GILBERT wills his ability to sleep anytime, anywhere, and all the time to Maurice Wilcoxsin. DONNA HARDIN wills her ability not to panic to Miss Wheatley. JANICE HAYES wills her one and only dimple to her one and only. JOYCE HEATON Wills her birthdate of April 1 to any other April fool. CARLENE HUNNICUTT wills her abilities. fperiodl SARAH BETH HUNT wills her name "Beatrice Parker" to Keith Spahr and David Williams. GUY JACKSON wills his ability to get his work done and get to school on time to Jim Babcock. CLARA LOGAN wills her piano keys to anyone who needs them next year. PAT McDANIEL wills her quietness to Patsy Douglas. JOAN MICHAEL wills her quiet ways to her sister Marilyn. DONNA MITCHELL Wills her ability to get along with Van Buren boys to the Warren boys. MARIE NASH wills her ability to lose fellows as soon as she gets them to Barbara Crispen. LINDA NICHOLSON wills her ability to keep a secret to Judy Clements. JIM PIQUNE wills his hot rod experience to Alan Meese. NANCY POLING wills her quiet ways to Norma Gale Ruble. NANCY RYAN wills her ability to win a Sophomore spelling contest to Larry Coolman. CAROL SHEETS wills her ability to stay up late and not be sleepy the next day to all party goers. b JERRY SMYTH wills his boyish figure to Don Baer. SONDRA WILLIAMS wills her ability to not talk in study hall to Joyce Wilson. SONJA WILLIAMS wills her athletic ability to the G. A. A. girls.

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Dan Wood and his wife, Marilyn where they have a big ranch and are taming six little wild Wood boys. Marie Nash now in Long Beach, California, owns Nash Airways and spends most of her time there at the central office. Sondra Williams also in Southern California is president of the National Girls Athletic Association. In her spare time she is a skin diver. ' Jim Piqune is now riding his motorcycle up and down highway 101, his jacket isn't leather though. We hear Ray Gilbert is in San Francisco writing a new dictionary to replace Webster's obsolete one. Our good friend Nancy Po- ling, now in Reno, Nevada, has just been re-elected for the 14th time as President of the National Lonely Hearts Society. Coming back towards home we stop in Chicago to see Sarah Hunt. Her husband brought the Spearmint Gum Factory. He figures it's cheaper to manufacture it Wholesale. Going on to Detroit We see Lois Clark who is secretary to the President of General Motor Inc. Also in Detroit is Don Brown who is the test driver for the United States Chevrolet Garage. Our last stop before home is Indianapolis to see Donna Hardin who has her own TV show called "Don't Panic". She gets more laughs than George Gobel. Pat McDaniels is Donna's secretary and chief advisor. To get back into Warren we have to cross the old, but famous Overhead Bridge. Beverly Craig is gate keeper and takes our toll. Pat Butler is a very happily married homemaker who is raising little Schmidts. Guy Jackson is faithfully farming away. He has just sold the Champion Contented Cow of the world for 5500, OO. Dick Wood just won the Indianapolis 500 Mile Speedway Race and also broke the speed record from Warren to Huntington. Joan Michael has advanced from baby-sitting for the undertaker to being a full-pledged mortician. Nancy Ryan has just inherited Coolman's Drug Store after Z5 years of faithful service. Richard Brubaker has made his first million dollars and is well started on his second. Janice Hayes is well started on spending Richard's first million. Last but not least is Jerry Smyth who is over seas working in Secret Laboritories. He will soon make the first successful flight to the moon in search of his long dreamed of moon beam. Scientists tell us that women on the moon are called Beams. We are home and ready to resume our daily living,. but very glad to have seen all 39 of the Class of 1956 104

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