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Page 13 text:
Vice President—Bill Posch
Sec retary-Treasurer—Dorothy F iedler
Name Nickname Hobby Destiny
Austin Cupp “Aust”
Mary Dehring “Dehring
Evelyn DeMorrow “Eve”
Maxwell Elsasser “Max”
Dorothy Fiedler “Dote”
Harold Fisher “Fisher”
Richard Fritz “Dick”
Gerald Gast “Romeo”
Luella Geisler “La”
Walter Huebner “Woody”
Genevieve Jonatzke “Genn”
Joyce Kolbcrg “Joy”
Ralph Kolbcrg “Mouse”
Frank Krajacic “Sticks”
Eleanor Kutz “Kutz”
Arthur Lockwitz “Art”
Leon Mielke William Posch “Blimp” “Willie”
Helmut Pioske “Dutch”
Ernest Siewert “Ernie”
Raymond Siewert Dorothy Schoenfelder Frances Wickwirc “Ray” “Shoney” “Wick ic”
Hunting Business man
Horseback riding Secretary
Pipes Store owner
Chewing gum Housewife
A girl Musician
Eating W. P. A. worker
Going South Farmer
People Refrid. expert
Squirt guns Marksman
First Row: Kutz. Schoenfcldcr. Gcislcr, I)cMorrow, Wickwirc Dctuinj:,
Second K« w: Gast. Mielke. Pioske. Fisher. Kolbcrg. Fritz. Mrs. Myers,
Third Row: Huehner. Lockwitz. Posch. Cupp. R. Siewert, E. Siewert
Page 12 text:
- - - AND PROPHECY
We now interrupt this television broadcast to show you and tell you about
a reunion of sixteen famous persons.
They are not known as the class of "41" to the public, but as the best
persons in their fields of work. Many of them have not seen their classmates
during those past ten years and they are the happiest of the class. But now
the last member is arriving and in they go for the reunion dinner.
While they are eating, allow me to read to you what these old classmates
are doing today. Helen Rothermel has become a first-class secretary to a
foremost filibusterer. Elaine Fuzak is the first woman explorer to fly on all her
explorations in the great South American jungle, Cuba, and the U. S. Norma
Siewert is a great beautician, and is giving our fourth-term president a finger
wave. Mary Jane Pooch is the toughest newspaper woman to ever get the
woman's title for Boxing. Jordon Jung is very busy, as Chief Engineer in
charge of the construction of new naval bases in the Pacific. Adeline Friesl is
the owner of America's Biggest Beauty Academy. Lizabeth Gorske holds the
position as a bookkeeper at Emlong's, the World's Largest Nurseries. Mar-
garet Lockwitz is a great beautician. Grover Mielke is building the bridge
across the Straits of Machinae. Joe Bodjack is the "Big Shot" behind America's
largest chain stores. His prices have upset all the trades in this country. He
sells anything from pretzels to battleships. Marie Davis is in charge of the
drafting room of a large automobile factory. Her new styles have met with
great success throughout the U. S. and the rest of the world. Margaret Hol-
land is one of America's most popular woman flyers. She owns her own plane
and her experience as an American Airline Stewardess has made her the flier
that she is today. Gerald Haas has been made a member of the F. B. I Arthur
Raab is a pilot in the Army Air Corps. Ruth Rothermel is a comedian on the
Baby Snooks program. Bino Da Dan is Chicago's greatest District Attorney.
All of us have to admire this class. They chose for their class motto these
three words, "Nothing Without Work " They have all worked hard to be
what they are. They know what it means to work hard and found it out
during their senior year.
Page 14 text:
First Row: Gorske. V. kolberg. S. Ott, Losh-
Si.cono Row: Miss Thursby. adviser. C. kolberg.
Hoddcr, Dor oh. Misich. DeFord, Rothermel
Third Row: Geisler. M.«rkw.ild. M. Ott. N. Ott.
Vice President—Vervaine Kolberg
Name Nickname Hobby Destiny
Jane Byers “Byers”
Virginia DeFord “DeFord”
Anita Doroh “Neddie"
Stanley Geipel “Geip"
Lester Geisler “Les"
Clara Gorske "Gorske”
Azalcne Hoddcr “Hodder”
Caroline Kolberg “Care”
Vervaine Kolberg “Ver”
Margaret Loshbough “Marg"
Dora Machan “Machan”
Doris Machan “Machan"
Ervin Markwald “Erv”
Barbara Misich “Barb"
Marshall Ott “Spark”
Norman Ott “Boner”
Shirley Ott “Ootie"
Donald Rothermel “Bud”
Ralph Siewcrt “Schmidt”
Virginia Totzke “Totzke”
Raymond Wutzke “Pickle”
Speed records Prof. Racer
Collecting Ribbons Flying
Movie Magazines Stenographer
New Troy Games Beautician
Traveling Southern beaches
Collecting pictures Private Secretary
Skipping school Loafing
New girls Junkman
Collecting Pennies Musii ian
Loafing A Mystery
Whispering Peddling Pickles
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