Tiro High School - Tiroan Yearbook (Tiro, OH)

 - Class of 1954

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Kenneth Predmore F. F. A. l,2,3,h3 Officer M3 Phys Ed l,2,3,h3 Chorus l,2,3,hg Basket- ball 2,3,hg Track Team 3,hg Class Play 3,hg Parliamentary Pro. 2,3,hg State Judging 23 County Judging l,2,3,h3 Student Council 3,h3 Officer bg Volley Ball Team 2,3,h. Jo Ann Aysh Phy Ed l,2,3,hg F. H. A. 3,h5 Officer Mg G. A. A. l,2,3,h3 Officer l,2,3,h5 Chorus l,2,3,hg Officer 35 Girls' Chorus l,25 Band l,2,35 Teacher's Sec. 3,h3 Class Play 2,3,b5 News Staff 3,hg Class Officer l,2,3,h3 Varsity Cheerleader l,25 All Around Girl Attendant l,25 M-H lg Office Girl 2,3,hg Mike Stump F. F. A. l,2,3,hg Officer 2,h5 Parliamentary Pro. l,2,3,bg Student Council bg Chorus l,2g Class Play 3,b5 h-H 3,hg State Judging County Judging l,2,3,h3 District Judging 3,h3 F. F. A. Basketball 2,3,h5 Carl Watt F. F. A. l,2,3,h3 Officer 3,h5 Phys Ed l,2,3,hg Class Play 3,hg Basketball hi Mixed CHOTUS l,2,3g Bookcraft M3 News Staff 3,hg Parliamentary Pro. l,2,3,hg Teacher's Sec. bg Volleyball 3,h3 M-H l,25 Officer l,25 Class Officer 2,35 Fair Board 2,35 County Judging l,2g State Judging 3. IDEAL GIRL We the boys of the Class of 195A have chosen the following traits of an ideal girl from the girls of our class. Our ideal girl should have the intelligence, s'4 personality and mule tail of Shirley Baker. Friendliness, quietness and ability to skip ! school of Betty Conley. The height, weight, legs, figure, and kicking ability of Janet j X Miller. Hands, hair, neatness, and goggle eyes of Kathryn Stiving. The ability to shake her clinkers, bust, face, and sports ability of Jo Ann Aysh, and last but not least the driving ability and bull shooting ability of Darlene Berlo. The Senior Boys IDEAL BOY C:ijj7 We, the girls of the Class of l95H, have Qu chosen these traits from each boy to make up 'J our "Ideal Boy". , ..,: , l ..-. 33 -' U He should have the friendliness and sports ' ability of Ken HDutchu Predmore the smile and 1' 'L hair of Carl Watt, the build of Orval Burky, the sportsmanship of Dick Rieman, the musical talent of Arthur Wilson, the eyes and voice of Mike iii Stump, also Raymond Von Stein's sense of humor, f and Howard Gwirtz's character and height. W .. The Senior Girls 'CQAJQ 5 7

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qu- 1 l y S . Betty Conley Phys Ed l,2,3,h5 Mixed Chorus lg2,3,h5 Girls Chorus 2,35 Class Play 3,h Teachers Sec. hg G. A. A. l,2,3,h5 F. H. A. 23 Class Reporter 33 News Staff 3, hg Librarian 3,h5 Band l. Kathryn Stiving Phy Ed l,2,3,h5 P. H. A. l,2,3,h5 Officer 2,3,h5 c. A. A. l,2,3,U3 Officer 2,3,hg Mixed Chorus l,2,3,h5 Officer hg Girls Chorus l,2,33 Librarian hy Bookcraft 3g News Staff 3,hg Class Officer 2,h, h-H l,2,3,h3 Officer l,2,3,h3 Teachers Sec. 2,3,U3 Student Council 35 Cafeteria lg Miss F. H. A. Attendant 3. Howard Gwirtz F. F. A. l,2,3,h3 Mixed Chorus l,25 Bookcraft 3,h5 Phys Ed l,2,3,h3 Class Play 3,h5 Parlimentary Pro. 3,hg Class Officer 33 Student Council lg h-H l,2,3,h. Raymond Von Stein F. F. A. 2,3,h3 Phys Ed l,2,3,hg Mixed Chorus 2,3,hg Class Play 3,h5 Football Team lg Basketball l,2,3,h5 Boy's Chorus hg h-H 2. Janet Miller Phys Ed l,2,hg F. H. A. l,2,3,h3 Officer 23 G. A. A. l,2,h3 Mixed Chorus l,3,h5 Girls Chorus l,2,33 Librarian 3,h5 News Staff 3,h5 Class Play 3,hg Band l,25 Drum Majorette 25 Teachers Sec. hy Office Girl l,3,h5 Babe Ruth Sportsmanship Award lg Prince of Peace 2,33 Student Council l,h5 Officer hy Class Officer l,hg Honor Society hg Homecoming Queen 3. Orval Burky Phys Ed l,2,3,h3 F. F. A. l,2,3,h3 Reporter 23 Sentinal 35 County Council 2, 3,h5 Chorus l,2,3,h3 News Staff 3,h3 Class Play 3,h3 Basketball 2,3,hg Baseball 2,3,h3 Track Team 3,h5 Parlimentary Procedure l,2,h5 Volleyball 3,hg Jr. Fair Board 3. Darlene Berlo Cheerleader l,2,3g News Staff 2,3,h3 Phys Ed l,2,3,hg Chorus 3,hg Class Officer l,h5 F. H. A. hy G. A. A. l,2,3,hg Librarian l,hg Teachers Sec. hg Prince of Peace 35 Speech 2,hg Class Play l,2,3,h. Shirley Baker Phys Ed l,2,3,h5 F. H. A. l,2,3,h5 Officer l,2,h3 County Officer ug G. A. A. l,2,3,hg Officer 2,3,hg Mixed Chorus l,2,3,hg Officer hg Cirl's Chorus l,2,3g Officer 33 Librarian 3,h5 News Staff 3,hg Class Officer 1,2,3,hS Class Play 3,hg Band l,23 h-H l,2,3,h5 Officer l,2,h Miss F. H. A. Attendant 35 Teacher's Sec. l,3,h3 Honor Society 3,hg Prince of Peace l. Richard Rieman F. F. A. l,2,3,h3 Officer 3,hg Phys Ed l,2,3,h5 Chorus l,2g Book Craft 3,h3 News Staff 3,h3 Cl ss Officer 3,h5 Parlimentary Pro. 2,3,h, State Judging 2,3,h5 District Jddging l,2,3,hg Magazine Sales Manager M Class Play 3,h. Arthur Wilson Phys Ed l,2,3,h5 Chorus l,2,3,h5 Band l,2,3g Class Play 3,h5 h-H l,2,3, Officer l,2,3,h5 Junior Leadership 2,35 Class Officer 25 6 L, .......,...



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CLASS PROPHECY As reporter for the New York Times, the editor assigned me to track down Louie the Bad no matter where I had to go. Hearing rumors that he was living in New York in high style, I decided to look there first. While visiting some of the first class stores I ran into an old friend of mine, Janet Miller, who was modeling a new creation for the Queen of Eng- land. Janet and I talked awhile and she mentioned that the other day socialite JoAnn Aysh Sheaffer was in to buy a ward- robe of clothes to wear on her trip to England with her suc- cessful husband. I was quite proud to hear of this. Janet and I enjoyed our talk very much, but I had to get down to business. A criminal must be caught. Going on a hunch, I traveled to a neighboring state, Pennsylvania. While visit- ing the governor's office, whom should I run into but Betty Conley who was just leaving after seeing the governor, her husband. She told me about her three darling children and a- bout her pastime of writing stories for the Ladies' Home Jour- nal. By this time I was beginning to think our class of '54 had been pretty successful. As I left Pennsylvania to travel on, I boarded the luxury liner of the T. W. A. Ctraveling in style since I didn't have to pay for ith whom should I share a seat with but Carl Watt. It seems Carl was just flying home to Washington, D. C. after spending three months in Russia. He told me all about his job as ambassador and the great job he had done in finally bring- ing Russia to a peace agreement. When the plane landed in Washington, I bade Carl fare- well and headed towards the office of the F. B. I. Not having an appointment with Mr. Hoover, I stopped first in his office to get one. What a shock was in store for me! There in his office I met Kathryn Stiving. She told me all about her thrill- ing job as private secretary to Mr. Hoover. Katie and I had lunch together and talked about old times. She told me that when she went home for her vacation, Arthur Wilson was visiting also. He had just won a big murder case in the Supreme Court. I talked with Mr. Hoover and he said Louie had last been seen in Texas so to the big state I went. The police in Dallas said that he was somewhere in the vicinity of the Double S Ranch. I thought finding him now would be a cinch. Just tour the whole ranch, but what I didn't know was that the Double S was the biggest ranch in the United States. I went to ques- tion the owner and was I surprised to see Mike Stump! We talked and he called Orval Burky who was a famous veterinarian in Texas and we all had lunch together. Both were happily mar- ried and doing all right as far as money is concerned. Louie by this time had moved on and so did I. 8 " ' "W 'i""m'-"-VT

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