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UP and Coming Scientist
The Future Farmer
A Future Typist in
the Business World
Our Girl Athlete
of the Future
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Our Promising Secretary
The Mechanic of our
A Future Teacher
of the Glass
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In the fall of l9hO, l8 shy little boys and girls started to school
at Tiro. They were Wendell Amstutz, Lloyd Betts, Lawrence Burkett, Ralph
Burkett, Connie Clark, Helen Sue Fox, Arizona Heckert, Kenneth Heckert,
Lois Hopkins, Carolyn Fagan, James Johnson, Martin Miller, Robert Norris,
Sam Pfahler, Barbara Pfleiderer, Junior Pickelseimer, Walter Steele, and
In the second grade we lost Connie Clark, Arizona and Kenneth Heckert.
Pauline Fetter joined us this year.
In the third grade Arland Caris, Duane Laughbaum, and Corliss Schiefer
joined our class and Wendell Amstutz, Lois Hopkins, and Helen Sue Fox left
Margaret Crall, Louise Gullett and Sarah Auck joined our class in the
fourth grade but Martin Miller, Ralph and Lawrence Burkett and James John-
During the fifth grade, Estil Collins joined us. No one left this year.
The following year Estil Collins and Pauline Fetter left and no new
In the seventh grade we had two additions, Bob Kinney, and Bill Haymond.
During our busy eighth year in school Lois Tackett joined us. We also
had a swell time at our Christmas party this year.
At last! Freshmen. Gee we were the big wheels then. But the same
year Arland Caris and William Haymond left but John McGraw joined us.
When we entered our sophomore year we found we had lost Louise Gullett
and gained another girl, Nina Predmore. This was the year we sponsored the
high school party. We fed them a good lO gallon of home made ice cream and
lots of home made cake. Everyone had a grand time. This was the year too,
that found us adding gold to the jewels in our class. The class rings were
purchased this year.
In our junior year, we lost one of our best basketball players, Bob
Kinney. The name of our class play was NBabies' Night Out,N starring the
12 sparkling juniors, Sarah Auck from the sophomore class and 5 bouncing
babies. One of the high spots of our high school career was the junior-
senior banquet. We held the dinner at the Steak House and later went to
the Madison in Mansfield to see a double feature which included HBedtime
When we finally entered our senior year we found that John and Carolyn
had become Mr. and Mrs. McGraw, during the summer. Janice Triplett joined
us the first day of our last year. The senior year was the busiest we have
had yet. We published the Annual, nThe Tiro Tiger,U and presented the stage
production HMe and My Shadow.H These are a few of the high lights of our
senior year of all the activities we had to make money for our class trip
which took us to New York City.
Barbara, Lloyd, Bob, and Sam started in Tiro and completed all 12 years
at T. H. S. Miss Weidemaier sponsored our class from the seventh through
the twelfth grades. We hope to all be together again some time for a reunion
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