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JoAnn wills her nickname 'Clinker' to her
nYoungern sister, Diane,
Carl wills his career of being a bschleor to
John Sand or to anyone who can stay single as
long as Carl hopes to,
Raymond wills his favorite sport position in
football to Ken Fraser.
Kathryn wills her red hair to Patty Crum in
order to keep up the tradition of having one
red-headed senior girl.
Shirley wills her ability to talk fast to
Janet wills her love of school to Vivian
Kenny wills his basketball ability to Eddie
Darlene wills her slimness and city ways to
Howard wills his ability to work to anyone
who has the ambition.
Arthur wills his ability to sleep in study
hall through constant confusion and utmost
bedlam to Keith LODSGPSCKSF
Mike wills his cell to anyone who can
keep it clean
Dick wills his sharp elbows to Denris
Betty wills her quiet composure to Donna
Norris for consideration and possible use
Orval wills his farming know how and
friendly ways to Donald Rheinbolt
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Class Prophecy Cont.
Traveling across the country I stopped in Indianapolis,
Indiana to see the famous speed races. After the races I went
down to meet the winner and there stood none other than Howard
Gwirtz. He had just set a world wide record for hot rod cars.
He took me for a ride and I was very willing to board my air-
plane to fly in the sky instead of on the road.
This Louie really gets around and by now I was getting
pretty tired and decided I was going to find him or else. From
Indiana I flew to Michigan and had a long talk with Louie's
parents. While staying over night in Detroit I decided to take
in a professional basketball game. It was an exciting game and
and the smallest player but the fastest stole the whole show.
Later after the game this player and I met at a restaurant and was
I surprised to know that Speedy Ken was the star of good old
Tiro's team, Kenneth Predmore.
I left Detroit heading towards New York again flying T. W. A.
As I boarded the plane I was very much surprised to see Darlene
Berlo greet me in an airline hostess uniform. We discussed each
others affairs and she told me she had been working for the air-
lines for three years but was marrying one of the pilots next
I landed in Albany and headed straight for the police station
Was I surprised to see standing on the police station steps none
other than Dick Rieman. He had just been in to report someone had
stolen one of the trucks that he has on his big truck farm. I
accepted an invitation to have dinner with Dick and his family. I
was in for another shock when I arrived at the Rieman's lovely
home. Raymond VonStein and his lovely fiancee were also dinner
guests. Raymond and Dick were partners in the biggest truck farm
in the United States. Dick, Raymond, and I discussed old times
until it was time for my plane to leave. They rushed me to the
airport in Raymond's Cadillac and soon I was on my way to New York
I arrived in New York late Saturday night and the next
morning I attended church services in the big Lutheran Church
where our sponser, Rev. Eswine is the minister.
Monday morning, following a hot tip, I went to a down and
out hotel and at last I found my man, Louie the Bad. After traveling
all over the United States I found him in New York. Well anyway I
got a hot story and a RAISL and had the time of my life seeing all
my old classmates.
In saying farewell to the familiar halls and faces of
our Alma Mater, we wish all future students continued joy
in learning. We wish for faculty, board members and school
patrons continual zeal and patience.
We have enjoyed the years spent here and hope to be a
credit to the information, skills and truths given us. We
had fun, in you, dear old Tiro High. We shall never forget
the friendships formed, the lessons learned, the sports,
the chapels, the dances and parties, and the horse play too.
By God's help may your graduates and undergraduates always
honor the traditions and ideals you stand for, our very own
home school! The Senior Class of l9Sh
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In September, lQh2, nineteen shy, Cat that time! students began
school at Tiro High.
During our first six years of school, twenty-one pupils came
and then left us. They are the following: Paul Sharp, Bobby Cornelius
Ronald Winters, Richard Morrow, Jack Boutwell, Donald Bashoff, Helen
Gumwood, Merle Winters, Richard Matalack, Evelyn Fisher, Bobby Davis,
Ronald Rhelnbolt, Donald Rheinbolt, Christine Lorne, Lucy Montgomery,
Darlene Berlo, Gene Picklesimer, Carl Hopkins, Janet Herteau, Ernest
Yates, and Janet Shafstall. Orval Burky and Nancy Wagner joined us in
the fourth grade.
Our teachers were as follows: first grade-Miss Grace Moorehead,
second grade-Mrs. Wm. Lambert, third grade-Miss Barbara Miller, fourth
grade-Mrs. Mable Blessings, fifth grade-Mrs. Maude Carey, sixth grade-
Mrs. Leota Hawkins.
Then came the time for us to reach the third and last floor, we
were then big seventh graders. Jo Ann Aysh came from Michigan and
we lost no one. Our second year of Junior High saw Eva Fuchs, Kenneth
Predmore, and Stanley Young come and Kenneth Gullett, Beverly Chanman,
Connie Amstutz and Donna Norris leave us.
Finally after struggling through Junior High, we became freshman.
Dick Rieman came and we lost Stanley Young. Our soohmore year was fun
in more ways than one. Bob Klein left us and Raymond Von Stein and
Betty Conley arrived.
In our junior year you saw us working a bit harder. Our play was
entitled nThe Little Dog Laughed.n CWasn't that fun?J We gave the
graduating class, the annual Junior-Senior Banquet and our theme, The
Mardi Graus was carried through the decorations. Nancy Wagner and
Eva Fuchs left us this year.
Our senior year was the busiest of all. We put a class play on
and put out this l9Sh edition of The Tiro School annual. This year
included working on the Baccalaureate and Com encement program, we
had our class pictures taken and what Hugly gicksh we proved to be.
We planned a class trip to Washington D. C and did a variety of other
things during our last year. Gertude Haynes left us and Darlene Berlo
came back to finish her last year with us.
That left us a grand total of fourteen members in our class, they
are as follows: Jo Ann Aysh, Shirley Baker, Darlene Berlo, Orval Burky,
Betty Conley, Howard Gwirtz, Janet Miller, Kenneth Predmore. Dick Rieman
Llsafihryn Stivina. Mike Stump, Raymond von stein, Carl watt, and Arthur-
i son. Seven seniors have managed to stay together all the wa The
are Janet, Shirley, Kathryn, Arthur, Carl, Mike, and Howard. y' y
Our sponsor for the seventh, eighth and ninth grades was Miss
Carol Hill who left us for another. Mr, H, E, Eswine of Bucypus than
went the rest of the way with us. Maybe someday we can all be together
again to talk over some of the tricks we pulled during our stay at
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