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uJewels of the Desertu 25
nSunbonnet Girln lg 4-H
Club 23 Thanksgiving Pro-
gram 23 Christmas Program
25 Washington Program 23
Safety Patrol l,2,5,4.
May 5, 1956
Dear HDO-tl! ,
After your splendid debut in the ballet last
night, I hardly know how to address you, perhaps
as a Senior Classmate from 'way back in '56, I may
call you Dot?
Have you heard of our old friends and what
some are doing now N20 years after N? I talked to
Jean Von Hoene several days ago. She and Helen
Kingsafer are nwalking laddersn for the Podunk
Public Library, and she told me to be sure to see
Hilmer Seifferlein at Radio City. He is giving
lectures every Tuesday on uChild Care.n
My slumbers on the train were not very peace-
ful, the Singing Porter, Ray Brock, kept me awake
'till I threw a shoe at him and silenced him for
a while. At the Grand Central Station, Keith
Jones took my bag and drove my taxi to the Wal-
dorf-Astoria. In the quiet of my room, I phoned
the desk to have a boot-black sent up. Billy
Jones came with his kit and told me Doug and Jack
were his partners.
I went to Radio City to see Ray Bergland, the
elevator operator, he took me to the 41st story
where Maxine Parsons was ringing the gong in the
Amateur Hour. Fred Sheeley was on the outside
sill washing windows. Leaving the building I saw
a group of Salvation Army Lassies down the street
As I came up to them I recognized Dot Hagenbuch,
Olga Weis, and Emiline McCombs. Olga was reading
a letter from Rev. Robert Maurer, pastor of the
Seedsville, Indiana Community Church. He wrote
that Gerry McHenry had been at the parsonage to
sell him one of Graf's Moustache Clippers.
Shortly after she left, Pat Mowers came to solicit
funds for her orphanage.
I do wish you had been home in June, l956 to
be a bridesmaid at Junior's and my wedding. Our
two sons will graduate this spring from Young's
Barber- College. They have been our pride and joy
for 19 years.
May I visit you before I sail next month?
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t We, the Senior Class of 1936, of the Washing-
on-C ay School in Clay Township: State of Ind-
iana, being ofrnotably sound mind and renowned
memory, do make and declare this to be our very
last will and testament to wit: -
Article 1: We, the Senior Class of 1936, do
hereby will our abilitygto receive Fla from our
teachers to the Class of 1939, since they have
such a good beginning.
Article ll: We, the Senior Class of 1936, do
bequeath our gift of getting along peacefully and
quietly in class meetings to the Sophomores.
targiclg llsgtlwe, tg? lBesketball girls,kbg-
quea o e op omore r s a spoo o . .
Coats thread and needlesg also green cloth with
which to make pockets in their gym suits for pow-
Article lV: We will our ability to conduct
an impressive Freshman Initiation to the Juniors.
Article Vg We the Senior Class of '36 do
bequeath large black handkerchiefs to the faculty
with which to wipe their eyes when mourning for
the departure of the Stately I?D and Dignified I?J
Article Vl: We, the Senior Girls, will our
Home Economics ability to the Freshman Girls as
they need lt. ,
Article Vlle We, the Senior Class do be-
queath our sarcasm and sarcastic manner to the
Article Vlllg We, the Senior Class will our
managerial ability to the coming Cafeteria
The class entered high
school with a 'bang' in
1932. The officers were
Douglas Eby, presidentg
Billy Jones, vice-pres-
identg Bonnie Nutter,
class sponsors were, Miss
Solbrig and Mr. Lindzy.
Two boys, Peter Kamen,
and Monroe Kllnger' made
The Sophomore class of
1933-34 was still rocket-
lng from the 'bangn with
which it started. Esther
Shields was elected pres-
identg Dick Meyersg vice
oresidentg Maxine Parsons
secretary and treasurer.
The Student Council
members were Billy Jones
lOx and Wilma Leeke lOy.
Those who earned letters
were: Irene Bariger, Emi-
line McCombs, Monroe
Klinger, and Paul Graf.
During 1934-34 the
Juniors led the school
activities. In the elec-
tion, Gabriel Velez was
elected president: Robert
Maurer, vice- presidentg
Olga Weis, secretaryg
Maxine Parsons. treasuren
The class was sponsored
by Miss Solbrig and Mr.
Dorothy Howe was in
charge of candy sales at
noon and at basketball
games. Proceeds from the
latter went to the athle-
tic fund and from the
former to pay for the
on May 4. The girls also
had charge of the hot
lunch at noon.
The boys and girls who
won letters for varsity
basketball were Viola
Goss, Irene Bariger, Emi-
line McCombs, Bill Jones,
Monroe Klinger, Raymond
Brock and Paul Graf.
Gabriel Velez won the
school oratorial contest.
'The Nut Farm,' a three
act comedy, was one of
the year's ,outstanding
productions. The play
was directed by Miss Sol-
brig. With the money
from the play and class
treasury four suits were
purchased for the girl's
Student Council mem-
bers were Dorothy Howe,
Maxine Parsons, Bill
Jones, and Roberta Blake-
In its final year the
class of '36' again led
the school in social
events. The officers,
were: Bob Maurer, presi-
dentg Douglas Eby, vice-
presldentg Olga Weis,
secretary: and Monroe
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