Tiro High School - Tiroan Yearbook (Tiro, OH)

 - Class of 1949

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Cordy sa1d I would l1ke to see 'T he Rambhng B ells of T1ro starmg the Stuxnper Twins I never laughed so much in all my l1fe as I d1d that night watching Leona and Leland Sturnp performing I never dereamed that anyone out of our class would become an actress or an actor We went back stage to congratulate Leona and Leland on their fine performance It was st1l1 early and we Cordy Mai-Jorie Leona Leland and I dec1ded to to a small cafe a short distance from the theater The wa1tress who came and took our order was Florence Auck We talked w1thFlorence for awhile but she couldn t talk very long as the people kept coming 1n and the tables were all f1l11ng up Is it like this every night? I asked Florence No but tonight one of the greatest smgers of the world 1S to be here Florence replled We deczded we wouldn t stay for the program but before we left it had begun We didn t pay much attention to it unt1l we heard a familiar vo1ce We were happily sur pr1sed when Florence brought Helen Fagan the singer to our table We talked with Helen unt1l a late hour The next morn1ng Marjorie Cordy and I talked things over and dec1ded to go to HaWa11 One night when we were aboard the boat for Hawall It began to get rather windy out but above all the no1se I could hear some kind of mumblmg Th1s got on my nerves and I decided to go down to the lower deck When I got to the bottom of the steps some boxes, eager to see the slnger To my amazement there was Ross Ecksteln serenad1ng his wife with such a song What are you doing on th1s boat I asked? Ross replled My wife and I are go1ng to Hawa11 on our honeyrnoon Would you like to come to my cabin wluch Marjorie and Cordy occupy also? I asked They accepted and we had a chat about old times We were on the boat about f1ve days when we finally arrlved at Maul Hawan After I had walked down the gang plank with my luggage and was wa1t1ng for the rest of the party I must have fa1nted because I don t remember anythmg that happened for quite some txme In fact the f1rst th1ng I remember I was 1n bed at someone s home I couldn t thmk who in Hawau would take me 1nto h1s home so I asked MarJor1e who was Slttlng by the bed whose house I was in She told me lt was Mr Kmney s our sponsor back at T1ro Then I remembered why I had fa1nted I had seen Mr Kinney and it was such a shock after seeing most of our classmates that I Just famted The next day I felt better thanl had for qulte sometlme Mr Kinney showed us around ln the afternoon until his car broke down We finally got to a f1ll1ng stat1on where they fixed almost anything They told Mr K1nney he could have h1s car 1n three hours 17 I 1 n . I 1 n s 1 . go it sounded as if someone were singing "I Wish I Was Single Again". I peeked around

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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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- We girls didn't know what to do for the next three hours so we decided to get our hair washed and set. We stopped at the first beauty parlor we came to. To our amazement there was B etty Bevier, a beautician. After we got our hair fixed we went shopping for some clothes of the type they wear in Hawaii. To our surprise we saw Ruth Graham, a clerk in the Honolu1uFashion Shop, a store that sells all kinds of clothing. By the time we got out of the store it was time to get the car. The car wasn't completely repaired when we got back but we waited because they said it would take only a little while longer. When it was finished a young man about twenty-seven who looked very familiar to me, drove it over to where Mr. Kinney and we girls were standing. To our surprise it was Glenn Burkey, another old class- mate from Tiro. We talked to Glenn for awhile and then went back to Mr. Kinney's house for dinner. That night after dinner was over Mr. Kinney took us to a Hula Hula dance. The dance was very good but I thought I would never get over seeing Naomi Fried and Eleanor Leonhart, their main guest, singing and doing the hula while the Hawiians played their ukuleles. That night Cordy and I decided we had better wire home for some money. The first thing the next morning we were in for 'another surprise. The girl who sent the telegram was Rose Steele, another classmate. That night Naomi, Eleanor, Betty, Ross and his wife, Ruth, Rose, Glen. Marjorie, Cordy, and I had a party at Mr. Kinney's house because Cordy, Marjorie, and I were going back to C alifornia the next day. When we got to C alifornia, C ordy and I took the first train back to Tiro. It surely felt good to get my feet back on home soil again. Rose S teele Florence Auck 18

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