Walnut Creek High School - Anvil Yearbook (Walnut Creek, OH)

 - Class of 1942

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'F' IDIIJID ANNIUAXIL ir said it was another of my former classmates, Paul Miller. He had constructed this radio broadcasting station. I was reluctant to leave another two of my classmates, but I desired to start home again. While traveling the distance from California to Oklahoma, I got into e train wreck. I was rushed to a hospital in Oklahoma. when I came to my senses again, I was lying on a hospital bed. Soon the head nurse entered. She smiled at me as if she knew me. And sure enough, it was Norma Zook. She told me I was rapidly recovering from my bruises., I told her I had to leave as soon as I had recovered. I took an airplane for Columbus. The pilot's features were familiar, but I could not recognize him. After stopping in Columbus, the pilot took off his cap, To my surprise it was Russell Miller, who had been steering the plane, another classmate of mine. 'Since I did.mot have much time to talk with him, I found myself wandering about the streets of Columbus. I saw signs concerning the state fair in Columbus, Having a weakness for entertainment, I went to the fair. Coming to one of the tents, I heard them announcing winners of a contest. The first prize winner was William Lengacher. That name sounded familiar. As the winner went up to get the award, he looked just like the same UBillH, that I used to know as a class- mate. After having congratulated him for making the finest cheese in the state, I thought I'd go back to the red school house to bring back pleasant memories. I took the train for the nearest place to Walnut Creek. But, to my surprise the train stopped in Walnut Creek. It had been only a nburg' in my school days, but it is now a prosperous city. Arriving at my destination, I began to look for that familiar school building, but I could not find it. I visited one of the schools. As I knocked at the door of the room, the teacher opened the door. I tried to identify her. Oh yes, it's Oma Hersh- berger who, I remembered, had gone to college to take an education course. I informed her that I had now seen all of my classmates. I started for home, glad to have met all of my former schoolmates in the school of life. --Dorothy Shrock A message from us, the Juniors, to you, the Seniors-- May your lives be even more successful than your prophecy predicts. 1lQlMl2

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1. .fghis 'DIIJIIQ ANNIUAIL '.-. ,msg me I z I , -r , 1 in li 1.14 - SENIOR PROPHECY May, 1953--Ten years have elapsed sinc mates. Ten years since we last met in that I wish I could see them again! g?9i 5 'T e I have last seen my class- little red school house. How Havin ac uired enou'h monev throu h thriftiness in working in the 5 U 5 beauty shop, I started out to see where the classmates, and where they had deposited th Taking my baggage to the nearest depot trip. Arriving in Cleveland for my first s hundry, but oh, I had a few blocks to walk Of course, it was easily possible to get a winds of fate had driven my em in this wide world. in New York, I started on my top, I was beginning to get to get to the nearest restaurant. taxi. I recognized immediately that it was Myron Gerber, one of my classmates. I was glad to have a little chat with him till we came to the nearest r As I sat down at the table, the waiter her what I wanted, Within a few seconds sh I took a.second glance at her, and who did estaurant. handed me a menu card. I told .D e had the food placed before me. I behold but Oneta Hershberger, another one of my classmates, dressed in a waitress' uniform. She certain- ly served many people in the time I needed liked her job as a waitress. I realized th that could carry trays of food without gett Arriving in Chicago a few days later, some of the new Chicago fashions. I entere lection, but to my misfortune and disappoin I was soon assured that I should not let it to eat my lunch. She said she at she was the type of girl ing nervous, I decided I would enjoy wearing d a dress shop and made my se- tment it was two sizes too large. worry me, because they had a very efficient seamstress who would be able to adjust it properly within a short time, They showed me to the sewing room, and upon seeing the seamstress, I thought that she looked familiar, We start Then I recognized her to be Violet Mae Sund in high school. I always knew Violet was g I started out on the open road again f cane to a large ranch where I saw many cowb ed a very casual conversation. heimer, my friend and classmate oing to be a seamstress. or the West, In a few days I oys. Inquiring around a little hit about the rancc, I was told that Richard Gerber, a classmate of 1942, ommdpmtofthe he hitchehiked to joying ny stay at the ranch because he didn the ranch, I left to scar Knowing that one of my classmates was the radio, I wanted to see her in person. Walking eitcriig the boradcesting zoom of tie steti Ellen Miller. Yes, she had the same musica Sacramento, I noticed a rather large building as a H1 e 'i ' , N' ' - ' I 1- a ' 1, wh l class at school. After Hswapping yarnsn wi stout man walking into the station. I ashe 1:9421 ranch. After meeting Richard, he explained to me that 't like farm life, After en- ch for my other classmates, in California, singing over about the streets in raido station, Upon should I sec but Orpha as when she was in my oi w o voice th her awhile, I noticed a d Orpha who this man was. She

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e 4.' jg,-5555, 'DIU ID AN N IU A IL 545.5555 125-is peice SENIOR CLASS WILL We, the Seniors, members of the class of 1942, of the Walnut Creek High School, located in Walnut Creek Township, county of Holmes, in the United States of America, realize the approach of old age: but being sound of mind and liberal in disposition, do hereby make and declare this to be our last will end testament, hereby revoking all wills made by ns, We leave to the faculty such memories as they may have gleaned from their association with us, We, the Seniors, bequeath our cherished talents and traits to the following students-M Orpha Ellen Miller wills her vocal ability to Logan Shenemen, and her dey dreaming to Richard Hemsher, Richard Gerber wills his willingness to cooperate to Robert Schrock, and his nice bass voice to Truman Hershberger. Omn Eershberger wills her ability to make A's to Lillian Sne Troyer, end her tnlkntiveness to Deen Meehan. Myron Gerber wills his shyness to Billy Hostetler, and his quiet moods and his ability to "take in" to John Gerber. Norma Zook wills her quiet disposition to Joy Brand, and her giggle to Maxine Hershberger, Paul Miller wills his tenor voice to Merlin Troyer, and his me- chanical mindedness to John Eorrisberger, Jr. Dorothy Shrock wills her ability to count fest to Ruth Mast, and her jolly disposition to Rose Marie Jnberg. William Lengncher wills his eye for blondes to Wayne GGTUOT, 015 his methods of annoying the teachers to Luther Masta 1:9421

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