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First row: Carolyn Gilbert, Treasurer, Roger Minnich, First row: Mary Farlow, Presidentg jacob Gephart,
President, Madeline Ruse, Secretary. Second row: Mrs. Vice President. Second row: Helena Schortgen, Secre-
Foy, Sponsor, Paul Zimmerman, Vice President. tary, Mr. Carnes, Sponsorg Marilyn Ford, Treasurer.
First row: Carol Zimmerman, Secretary, Phyllis Moun- Fif5f f0W5 Miss Ffiafi SPONSOR EVCIYU Grimm, SCCIC
sey, Treasurer, Mr. Settle, Sponsorg jim Harris, Presi- tary: Betty Brown, VICC Pl'CSld6f1f1 Yvonne Pond
dent. Second row: Juanita Payne, Vice President. ' TfC3SUfCf- Second 1'0W2 John Bfifflef, PICSiClC!1f-
First row: Dick Payne, President. Second row: Mr. First row: Dale Musselman, Vice Presidentg Harrold
Harold, Sponsorq Diana Mitchel, Treasurer, Karen Sills, Secretaryg Mrs. Somers, Sponsor. Second row:
Mounsey, Secretary, Eleanor Velasquez, Vice Presi- Frank Dickerson, Treasurer, Richard Watkins, Presi-
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In the fall of 1941 twenty six enthusiastic passengers boarded the rocket of success at
planet number one along with their space pilot, Mrs. Noe. The passengers included were
Carolyn Sue Carnes, Joseph De Remer, Jessie Foreman, Louis Fox, jacob Gephart,
Carolyn Gilbert, jim Harris, Cecil I-larter, Lucille Kingen, Norma Kummer, Betty Love,
Carolyn McCaffery, June Ann Mclntire, Allen Miller, Brooks Mounsey, Keith Karrick,
Phyllis jean Ramseyer, Doris Rogers, Madeline Ruse, Nile Sharpe, Clyde Snow, Joyce
Ann Weatherholt, johnette Williams, Georgie Foreman, Ned Murray, Vera Hawk.
As we reached planet II we noticed De Remer, Carolyn McCaffery, Keith Karrick,
Madeline Ruse, Georgie Foreman, New Murray, Vera Hawk were lost and we gained
one new passenger Norman Bisel.
We then soared into planet number III with Miss Smith as our pilot. We were
pleased to find that we had lost no one but gained Mildred Payne, Betty Brown, Billy
Wheeler, Norman Bisel, Cecil Mourey, James Habig, Madeline Ruse.
Rounding the sun we came into planet IV. Mrs. Grace Lillie as our pilot. Norman
Bisel, Jacob Gephart, jim Harris, Cecil Harter, Betty Love, jim Habig, had slipped out
as we rounded the sun, and we gained Bonnie McFarren,
As our rocket coasted into planet V we found Marvin Norris, Ralph Teagle, Donald
Oswalt, Paul Herring waiting to board our rocket and we were pleased to find we had
lost no one.
As we sped into planet VI with Mrs. Kean as our pilot, We saw that our new pas-
sengers were Jim Miller, L. Montague, Roger Minnich, and found that we had lost
As we soared upward to planet VII we found. that we had lost no one but gained
Norma Beavans, Nina Colman, Gene Foreman.
Pulling into Planet VIII Marvin Norris and Betty Brown got off. New passengers
awaiting us were Mary Ann Bowman, Mary Ann Reff, jerry Wilson, Norman Grass.
'We then crossed over into planet number IX. Much to our distress we found we
had lost one passenger Madeline Ruse, but gained Patricia Watson, Ralph Teagel,
Our rocket roared into planet X where we picked up Madeline Ruse, Norma jean
Woodard, Carol Hahn, and lost john Briles, Ralph Teagle.
Speeding into planet XI we saw that we had lost Buddy Norris, Mary Ann Bowman
and gained Patricia Wall, Paul Zimmerman, and Robert Stepp.
We gained no one and lost Phyllis Ramsyer on planet XII.
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