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Page 8 text:
FOR TAFT H S
The Key a carved walnut emblem ns a
ymbol of leadership which one Senuor
Class passes on To The nexT The Idea for
such a symbol orlglnoted IH Mass Nelsons
U S HlsTory class rn 1944 and The Key
ceremonies sTarTed The some year ln more
Than a score of Key ceremonies That have
been held In The pasf eleven years The Key
has gaThered deeper meaning The sugnfl
cance IS more Than ThaT of a wooden key
wrfh The II1SCFIpllOI'1 of :Ts keepers IT symbol
lzes The lmporTance of The responslbulny
Thaf every member of The graduahng class
has To TaTT Thus responsibility ns That every
Sensor conTrlbuTe hns servuces To TaTT and seT
The besT possible example To be followed
by each sTudenT af TGTT
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Front row seated left to right 1 Judy Kratzenberg, treasurer, Allan Fisher, managing editor.
Second row seated: Mr. Robert Nachtwey, sponsor and advisor, Marlowe Petrie, art
director, Pat Long, undergraduate editor, Bill Oberheide, closs of June '55 editor.
Third row seated: Jerre Nettlond, music editor, Gayle Schroeder, faculty editor, Janet
Pavlick, service editor, Sue Unger, class of June '55 assistant editor, Ed Scholl, sports editor
and club editor.
Fourth row seated: Pat Perille, memory editor, Marlene Thilmany, class of January '55
editor, Anita Wittenberger, sales manager.
Bock row standing: Jim Hartzer, special sections editor, Ken Kolconay, ROTC editor, V
Jim Bazany, photo editor, Sue Moshier, assistant art director, Bob Miller, photographer.
Left inset, Mr. Seyller, advisor, Mr. McGlothlin, editorial advisor.
Right inset: Doris Loewe, assistant undergraduate editor.
the irst Aerie Sta
ary l955 dedicated themselves to make
a yearbook at Tait a reality Under their
in iativ le plans tor h Aerie be an
Soon heir fourtn year at Tatt ended but
their enthusiasm inspired the Class ot
June T955 to assume the espons bility
ot completing the Aerie
Those members ot the Classes ot Janu
ary and June l955 leaye the Aerle tor
you ot the classes that tollovv Fill it with
tre memories ot your untorgettable years
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