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S11 NIOR CLASS PROPHECY
fContmuedf1om page 132
copv of the Bluffton News Bannel ln vxhlch It sald that Ralph Schlagenhaul had recently
accepted a Job as coach at thc UT11XLYS1l,V ot North Carollna I told hlm Johnnv xx as man
aglng one of the larqcst skatlng rlnks ln the Unltcd States and bellexc It 01 not hls best
customer IS none other than Marx Jane Jones You notlce It IS no longcr VV1lCOYSOIl
You see she was marrled about tvxo vears ago but has kept up her skatlng career And
LOUISE oxxns a dress shop ln Fort Wax ne and IS stlll looklng fOI the man of hel dreams
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Senior Class Prophecy
The following article was taken from the Lancaster Echo October 15 1948
Miss Harriet Brekel a member of the class of 1940 has returned from the tour See
America First Her trip was made possible bv winning the Pot of Gold which is given
away on the radio program by the same name An account of her trip rs given in the
During my tour of America I met several of my former classmates and learned about
many of the others who were rn our class As I thought this would interest those who
are rn school now I am writing you a sketch of my trip
We left Bluffton early rn the morning and our first stop was at Bloomington for lunch
After we had seated ourselves at the tables a very familiar figure came to get our order
It was none other than Betty Lash She mformed me that she was working rn her spare
time to help finance her senior year rn Indiana University We immediately began dis
cussrng the whereabouts of other members of the class Betty told me that Tom Irvin had
met with a terrible tragedy about three years ago It seems that Vera had married an
other and left 'lom completely heartbroken To forget his grief he wandered around
armlesslv for several months and finally built a log cabin down in the hills of Kentucky
and is living the life of a hermit Betty then asked me where some of our other classmates
Well as we all expected Roscoe entered Purdue University for a course rn Engineer
ing and fell rn love with a coed rn his sophomore xear However his fiancee had an ambr
Lancaster Township and is now managing a five hundred acre farm Glen Moser and
Dwight Kehrn are operating a factory rn Crargvrlle for the manufacture of Television
radios Annabel Snider rs studying in a semrnarv in Ohio preparing her self as a mission
ary for serxrce in some foreign land When lunch was ox er we said good bve and wished
one another good luck
Our route now was taking us still farther west and we were passing through the
state of Missouri As we rode along I was thinking of Gloria Hughes and wondering how
she was getting along with the riding academy which she was managing
After a few days of pleasant traveling across the plains we arrrx ed at Colorado
Springs for a short stay They took us through several clinics and when passing through
one of these whom should I meet but Leonard Stuff who said he had been lrxrng there
for several months due to poor health caused by mtense studying in high school and college
From here we Went to Yellowstone National Park On entering the park a guide
boarded our bus and informed the driver just where to take us As soon as the guide en
tered our bus I knew there seemed to be something familiar about his actions Being
urrous to know just who he was I asked the bus drrx cr He said he was the Scout Er.
ecutrve Gilbert Bynum As soon as the bus stopped I had an opportunity to talk with
him He said that being a guide wasnt his regular duty but due to the fact that the
guide was off duty for the day he was temporarily filling his place He wanted to knovv
what I was doing way out there and I explained how I had had the opportunrtx of taking
the trip He also wanted to know where I was employed and I told him I was still
working as a bookkeeper at the Lmcoln Life Insurance Company He said he knew where
most of the class were all but John Crago and Louise Derhl He said he had received a
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I than asktd him 11 he knew anx thing about Bettx 'Vlilholland He said that a friend
h1d told 111m th it sht xx as engaged to a man f1om northun Indiana wheie she had
bun lt iching, fo1 tht list thier O1 four xea1s but it was supposed to be xery confi
dential And 1ITl8g1IlL how suiprised I was when he told me Rogei Noble had just en
1o1lc d in a sfsminaix where he was preparing foi the ministrx Also Lucile Mechling is an
nt ttaehci 111 tht high sthool at Auburn lndiana and Ma13or1e Greene married a man
t1on1 llhnois about thut YCdlS ago She and her husband lixe on a faim north of Kings
11nd and MarJo11t spends all he1 spare time knitting for he1 twins
lt was soon time fOI us to move on and our little chat came to an end After travel
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Creoige Aigeibiight Robeita lnskeep Eugene Smith Genexiexe Baumgartner
Ve1non Kaehi No1ma l1ene Noble Herbert McCo1m1ck Roma Decker
Heimin N'ltCo1m1tk Bcttx Jane Mxers Fomth Row
Vunon BX num Rovxena Daxison Max Louise Millu Wax ne Zlmmelman Bet
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Lamo1neSpr1nge1 Ann'1be11eM1lholland My rl Wasson Elmer Smeltzer
Haldcn qmdu Exx Culp Enos Call Top Ron,
Rachel Johnson Dewey Blem Mau Anna Louise Baiger Virgie Elzex Rob
Clark Ha1o1d Mosei Helen Soudei e1tH1nton Mau Louise Roberts Roger
TlmdRow Gieene Ruth Sax 190 Robert Schurr
Evtlvn Clowsei Robtit Kleebuxg JCHVI Dorothv Sehmu William Frve
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