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Page 13 text:
It looks as though a storm is coming and from all
signs, I think I'm right. The pilot, Lyle Myers--an
old classmate of mine--glum as a pelican, is giving
commands to the co-pilot, Harley Jacobs, another old
friend, in terse, cryptic phrases.
Guess I'll look at this Chicago newspaper to take
my mind off the storm. Hmmm, so Vera McCrary is an
executive of Field's Department Store and Ruth Kopp is
her competent secretary. WNoted Public Accountant to
Give Talkn--and look who it is--Glenn Reamsnyderl
Seems to me I should know the person in this picture.
Why, I do! It's Luther Samson and it says here he is
a dynamic stock buyer.
Reminiscing, I know that Joanne Huss is still super-
intendent at Ford Hospital, Detroit. All in all, the
class of 'LL has been successful.
New Yorkk-my destination at last!
SENIOR CLASS WILL
L le M ers wills his ability to run around nights
to Billy Eurfess.
Joanne Huss wills her English ability to Marlyn
Vera McCrary wills her corner seat to Keith Rife.
Fatricia Reamsnyder wills her giggles to Ruth Mil-
ler. I I
Rosemar Fortlander bequeaths her power to chew gum
to Shirley Ann Dierker.
Glenn Reamsn der wills his refereeing ability to
Charles Kur ess.
Donald Schmeltz wills his Wbuildn to Chester Cham-
Harley Jacobs wills his brains to anyone who wants
Luther Samson wills his ability to make mistakes in
typing to Nancy Kurfess.
Marvin Moenter wills his blushes to Marian Bockbrai
Ruth Kopp bequeaths her willingness to work to Rob-
Mildred Hutso doesn't will Dale to anyone.
The Senior Cgass will their troubles to the stud-
entzbody of the next four years.
Page 12 text:
SENIQIQ CLASS HISTOIQY
In the fall of 1940 eighteen boys and girls were inf
itiated into high school., The main event of the year
was the freshman-sophomore Wiener roast at the home of
Ruth Kopp. -
Sixteen members were enrolled at the beginning of
the sophomore year. Three members left us, Ann Well-
ing, Beatrice Aspacher and Melvin Whitzelg and two
joined us, Glenn Reamsnyder and Mildred Hutson. The
sophomores had a Christmas party at Donald Schmeltz's.
The junior year started with fifteen members, six
girls and nine boys. Joe Carr left us during the yean
We ordered our class rings on September 24. Next came
our first play WWild Gingeru on February 9. On May lb
we gave the Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom. On the
Saturday before meat rationing we had a wiener roast
at Bowling Green Park.
Our Last Year--We began the year with an enrollment
of fourteen, six girls and eight boys. Donald Stewart
had left us during the summer. we had our pictures
taken on October 123 then our play WThat Watkins'
Girln on November 23. During this year, Glenn Ream-
snyder returned from the Army with a medical discharge
and Marvin Moenter was inducted. Both Leon Bockbrader
and Wayne Samson withdrew from school, leaving the
class with twelve members to graduate. Last, but not
least, the event we all looked forward to--Commence-
I SENIOR CLASS PKOPHECY
Leaving the San Diego Naval Base Hospital for New
York is quite exhilarating. I wonder if I have my
plane ticket. Yes, here it is ---- Patricia Reamsnyder,
Navy Nurse, written across it. I expect to hear
Madame Rosemary Fortlander, an opera star, sing in
Gosh, that stewardess looks familiar. Why, it's
Mildred Hutson. WHello, Midgeln Look who're getting
on the plane--Major Marvin Moenter and Commander Don-
Page 14 text:
Troy-Luckey Village School
School Auditorium--May 29, 1944
Processional- --------- ------------- ---School Orchestra
Inv6cation--- ------ -------- Rev. Homer Rickel
Salutatory--- - - -- ---------- Harley Jacobs
Clarinet Solo ---- ---- - ----- Jeanne Huss
Valedictory--- ---- ---------- Joanne Huss
Music- ----------- ------------------------- Mixed Chorus
Incline Thine Ear, O Lord-Archkangelmy
Address-+ ----- - ----------- - ------- Dr. Thomas W. Graham
Dean, Graduate School of Theology, Oberlin, Ohio
M sic ----------------------- ------------- 4Mixed Chorus
Presentation of Class ----------------- Prin. V. S. Amos
Presentation of Diplomas ----- ---------Mr. John Kurfess
President of Board of Education
Benediction---------- ----- - ------- ---Rev. Homer Rickel
Recessional --------- ------ ----- - ------ School Orchestra
Music under the direction of Mrs. Hobart.
The Baccalaureate sermon was delivered by Reverend
Heidmann at the Salem Lutheran Church, May 28, l9LL.
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