Tiro High School - Tiroan Yearbook (Tiro, OH)

 - Class of 1949

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CLASS POEM The S en1or C lass has s1xteen pupxls We have tW1DS but no quadruples Ross Eckstem has great renown But w1th one g1rl 1S always found Eleanor Leonhart 15 a pretty lass As a p1n up g1r1 she could eas1ly pass Marl1n Cole walks around d01hg no harm He hopes some day to own h1s own farm Corde11a Sch1efer 15 our athlet1c blonde Of all k1nds of sports she IS very fond Next comes Glen Burky Ben IS h1S mckname Pool he says IS h1s favorxte game W1thSue Fr1ed you can really have fun That g1r1 IS always on the run We have tw1ns 1n our class you may see Leland and Leona are both calm as can be At the plano Leona can not be beat And Leland 15 always pleasant to meet Eff1e Ze1geler 1S very short She would hke to travel from port to port Next 1n l1ne comes MarJor1e Baker That grade card of hers IS no faker Florence Auck IS shy and qulet A very good plan 1f others would try It Charles Magers has a SC1CDt1f1C m1nd Ways to annoy others he IS always try1ng to f1nd Ruth Graham 15 a member of our staff She has g1ven our class many a laugh Now Helen Fagan 1s a clever chap And may be found 1n study hall takmg a nap Betty Bev1er 15 one of our race Has won Cheerleader w1th all of her grace Rose Steele has reddmsh brown ha1r At Pub11C Speakmg none can compare As you may see we have a f1ne class And we W1Bh everyone good luck 1n the years that pass Naom1 F r1ed and B etty B ev1er l 5 Y D I " . 1 n an on ' ' ' v , . 9 I o 1 n I . . . . . 1 . 1 s 1 . l 4 n u n ' ' I . I

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DO YOU REMEMBER ? When Marlin C ole made Mr. Hanline mad. When Charles Magers put caps on the seats in the American History Class. The new romance of Ruth Graham and Albert Miller, and NaUmi'Fried and Kenny Pfahler down at the tournament. Rose Steele and C harles Studer at B etty B evier's party. When the girls went on a sit-down strike. T he time C ordelia S chiefer and Naomi F r-ied went fishing. When Marjorie B aker had pigtails. Helen Fagan as scorekeeper. Betty Bevier and Eleanor Leonhart as varsity cheerleaders. When Ross Eckstein took piano lessons. When Charles, Cordelia, Naomi, and Rose walked to Leesville to a baseball game. When the class traded pencils with each other. When Leland Stump lost his keys at Mr. Kinney's party. Leland and Charles entertained the class by dancing at a party given by Mrs. Fetter The day the Juniors and Seniors went to C olumbus. When Betty gave Mr. Kinney an all-day sucker. The panther at Effie Zeigler's party. When Marlin C ole took the class on a hike in General Science. When Rose wore long curls. When Leona Stump was bashful. When B en B urky was janitor on student day. When Florence Auck started going with boys. When Betty put gurn in Ross' hair at Minstrel practice. Whenl-le1en's one and only was Gail Traxler. The Waffle Supper at Mrs. Fetter's. When we did everything imaginable to get out of class. The fun we had decorating for our prom. Leona Stump and Charles Magers 14

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C LASS IPROPI-IEC Y One afternoon in August, 1959, I found myself in my little Ford on my way to the train station at Bucyrus, Ohio. I wanted to spend the winter where it was warm, so I purchased a ticket for California. I had to hurry to catch the train as it was about time for it to leave. I found a seat by the window so I could have a good view of the scenery, for I knew I had a long ride ahead of me. I got tired of watching the scenery so I went to the dinning car as I was getting rather hungry. There were no empty seats so I asked a young lady if she would mind if I sat with her. She said she had no objections so I sat down and we were having a friendly conversation when all of the sudden it came to my mind that I had seen her some place else. I asked her what her name was and I could have fainted when she told me she was CordySchiefer, and old classmate of mine, back at good old Tiro. "Where are you going," I asked Cordy? i Cordy replied, "I'm going to Denver, Colorado, but I'll only be there a couple of days. I was chosen as one of the best softball players in the U. S." "Would you like to go to California with me after the game is over, "I asked. Cordy replied, "I will, providing you stay in Denver with me." We stayed at the Ziz-Z ag Hotel in Denver. When we went into the hotel a young lady met us at the door. "Well, if it isn't Effie Zeigler!" We exclaimed. We talked to Effie about our good old times back in school. "Have you seen any of our classmates since we graduated," I asked. Effie said, "I have seen Marlin Cole a few times and he owns the 'Harmony Valley Ranch' just out of town." Early the next morning Effie, C ordy, and I went to the ranch to see Marlin. We didn't stay very long as Cordy had to be back to play in the afternoon softball game. After the game was over, we went to the hotel to pack our things because we had decided to take a.n airplane to California instead of the train. We were to catch the plane at 8:30 p.m. Once again we were on our way. When the airline hostess showed us to our quarters we found ourselves face-to-face with Marjorie B aker. Cordy and I went to the ladies' lounge because we were rather tired. We were surprised again when Marjorie came and told us that the Co-pilot wanted to see us. We were relieved very much when we saw Charles Magers, was the Co-pilot. We talked with Marjorie and Charles for a while. A The next morning Marjorie came and told us it was about time for us to get off. Marjorie asked to stay at her house and we accepted. That night I made a suggestion that we go to a show or something. We started to look through the papers to see what was on. I6

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