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In 2009 Betty shared some interesting photos with us.
High School and Before
9 month old Betty
Betty and Shirley Scherrer
Betty and Leroy
Betty and Ronnie Doyle - Jolly Good!
The gang's all here at Betty's house.
Double dating
 at a sorority dance - 1952
Last minute preparations for a
 Gamma Sigma Sorority Dance - 1953
Betty in the Meyer Fountain waters
   "Let's go to the game tonight and show the Indians what we think of them," say our cheerleaders, Dave Hudson, Dick Shinkle, Joe Wilkerson, Shirley Fenton, Betty Ulrich and Kay Harkins.
Pet Peeves
   When asked about their "pet peeves." some of our prominent knights and ladies had these com-plaints.
   Dave Morton─"Every night be-fore I go to bed I drink cocoa, and can't stand it if it is lukewarm."
   Betty Ulrich─"People who lack school spirit and don't cheer at the games."
   Dick Linck─"the girls in the last lunch period."
   Edell Schaefer─"Party poopers."
   Mr. Hanan─"More dogs wander into my classes than any other room in school."
   Dar Wharton─"Boys."
   Joe Wilkerson─doesn't have a pet peeve. He says he's "too loving and agreeable."
Kay Harkins─"Tower reporters who spell my name wrong."
   Mr. Chamblee─"Any boy who misses a tackle."
   Louis Eckstein─"Somebody who calls me on the telephone when I'm listening to the Sunday afternoon concert."
   Mr. Powell─"Any student who, in beautiful fall weather, manages to be late to school every day."
Chit Chat
Luann Mitchell, Betty Ulrich, Doris Wadsworth, Barb Fuller and Mary Blackburn were a few of the senior gals havin' a good time at Carol Gain and Jo Ann Buck's hen party the other night.
   Miss Canham has chosen 12 girls to represent Southeast at the 1954 Volleyball Sportsday which will be held at Manual high school this Saturday.
   The girls who will participate are:  Betty Ulrich, Margaret Jones, Donna Kozak, Barbara Blattman, Carol Dietz, Oletha Ludwig, Betty Greer, Luann Mitchell, Barbara Boley, Sandy Brown, Shirley Smith and Kay Harkins.  Barbara Harris will participate as scorekeeper and Louise Riggs will assist the linesman.
   The girls will play two 15 minute quarter games.  The schedule of the games will be announced at 8:20 that Saturday in the auditorium where the girls are to meet.  The games will start at 8:30.
   A luncheon will be served at 12:00 for all Sportsday participants and parents wishing to attend.
   All of Southeast students are invited to attend this Sportsday and cheer our girls on to victory.  All parents are also welcome to come.  This will be a good opportunity to see our Southeast girls display their skill and highly rated sportsmanship.
Senior Advertisements
Lost and Found ─
● Wad of slightly used bubble gum. For information, stick to Dixie Vaughn.
● One boy believed to be in the vicinity of Rolla School of Mines. For information, see Shirley Fenton. Reward.
Wanted ─
● Key to fit any '53 hard top Olds convertible. See Claudia Horn. No questions asked.
● Two one way tickets to Fort Riley. See Kay Harkins and Luann Mitchell for further information.
● One large farm suitable to raising pigs. See Pat Bixman ─ Urgent!
● A personal interview with Marilyn Monroe. Call for any (all if possible) senior boy.
One expert bird caller for "Tweedie." For information call bird lover Betty Ulrich.
For Sale ─
● One slightly used football team, sell cheap. Apply Northeast High School.
● Please!! Five female members of the Tower staff. Reasonable. Call Eddie Steiner as soon as possible.
Personals ─
● Shadowing. If in doubt, we find out. Dial Fact Finding Fuller.
● Date? DE 1592. C.U. Usual time. Bring money. G.R.P.
● Not responsible for debts other than my own. Shirley Ducate
● Not responsible for debts other than my own. Sharon Ducate.
Southeast Ladies Score
Two Victories at Central
   Southeast’s girls hockey team, urged on by a large cheering section, won two games at the all-city hockey sportsday, Saturday, October 31.  East was defeated 1 to 0 and Manual 4 to 0 in games played at Central high school.
   The first half of the East game moved at a rapid pace with Southeast on the defensive most of the time.  During the second half the Ladies, led by Barbara Blattman and Betty Ulrich, pushed across the only goal of the game.
   Southeast started off with a rush against Manual and scored soon after the opening whistle. Betty Greer and Betty Ulrich were the big guns in the attack, each scoring two goals.
   The defensive play of the team was excellent and the girls were congratulated by the officials on their fine sportsmanship.
   Southeast’s players were:  Barbara Blattman, Kay Harkins, Betty Ulrich, Betty Greer, Edell Schaefer, Peggy Bedell, Nancy Cooper, Carol Dietz, forwards; Barbara Boley, Barbara Brackney, Sandy Brown, Shirley Macy, halfbacks; Delores Hanna, Margaret Jones, Shirley Smith, full-backs; Donna Kozak, Goal-keeper; Louise Riggs, score-keeper.
   The girls do not play for a championship, but for the sport.
Favorite By-Words
Shirley Fenton ─ "Peachy Keen."
Ronnie Doyle ─ "Don't know do ya?"
Mabel Greenlee ─ "Think about it."
Betty Ulrich ─ "Hello ... out there."
Willa Thelan ─ "Loooooooook out!"
Deanna Smithmier ─ "I wouldn't do it."
Luann Mitchell ─ "Kill it."
Claudia Horn ─ "Bless you. Bless you."
Edell Schaefer ─ "A Trojan!"
All of these articles came from issues
of the Tower published our senior year.
Betty's Family
Leroy Trocosso with daughters Leanne and Christy
Christy Trocosso Leanne Trocosso
Betty Ulrich Thiel A happy grandma with her grandbabies.
Betty at the 2004 Reunion
The 55th Southeast Reunion - 2009
See the entire 55th Reunion multimedia presentation
It is listed on the Home menu
Ramah (Edwards) Rembold and Betty at the Cinzetti Luncheon
Barb (Fuller) Comer, Betty and Shirley (Fenton) Marley
Our beautiful cheerleader
left us on August 5, 2018
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