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IRVIN L. ALLEE
DONALD H. BALDWIN DONALD E. HARRIS JOSEPH PEAY
ROBERT BALDWIN EUGENE L. HEICKEN G. JACK PEYTON
WILLIAM E. BLACKWELL EDWIN HELTON JAMES G. PHILLIPS
EDWARD B. BOSWELL HERSCHEL C. HENDRICKSON NORMAN W. PHILLIPS
CHARLES C. BRADSHAW DELBERT B. HERALD RAYMOND PLEASANT
NOBLE BREWSTER J. LOHRMANHOFMANN LLOYD F. POSEY
NORMAN BROCK WILLIAM HOLLINGSWORTH BERT RAINSFORD
SHIELIE BROWER CHARLES S. HOWARD TED RINKER
HARRY BROWN RONALD HOWARD HAROLD E. SCHENK
NORMAN J. BROWN H. RAY HUCK ELMER SHELTON
VIRGIL BRYSON HERMAN KAMPOVSKY WILLIAM SHIPMAN
CARL BUCHANAN ROBERT KEITH LYNN A. SHOTTS
FRANKLIN BURGESS RICHARD KRATOSKA E. CURTIS SMITH
JAMES CALDWELL LEROY KURRASCH GEORGE SORTWELL
MARION CARTER JOHN LaMAR WALTER SOUTH
JULIAN COMMONS JOSEPH LAMBERT RICHARD STONE
ROBERT L. COOKE JOHN R. LENTS JAMES STOVALL
WILLIAM E. COOLEY RICHARD T. LENTZ ROBERT E. STUTSMAN
RUSSELL CRAIG CHARLES E. MARTIN DONALD SULLENBERGER
DONALD CRAWFORD GORDON E. MATHER JAMES R. TUCKER
EUGENE CRIBELAR FREDERICK McREE BOBBY JOE TURNER
THOMAS CROSLEY ROBERT MELLINGER ROBERT VAUGHN
ROBERT C. DAVIS WILLIAM MILLS H. GEORGE WALKER
MARTIN DUFFY DAVID MINNICK DANIEL WEINBRECHT
GERALD EAGAN PAUL E. MITCHELL CHARLES F. WEST
NORMAN R. EWING WALLACE MORTON G. ALLEN WHITE
ROBERT A. FLACK ROBERT L. MOSIER C.WILLIAM GREENWOOD
BRUNO FLOREANCIG JOHN G. MURPHY DONALD E. WILLIAMS
DALE E. FORTUNE VIRGIL NORTHERN MANLEY WINKLEY
CHARLES FOX NELSON OVERDEER LEE A. WOODALL
CHARLES L. GOERKE WILLIAM A. PARKER JOSEPH L. WRIGHT
RICHARD C. HAMILTON CARL PEARSON LOUIS ZNIDERSICH
The author personally asked Mrs. Hine, Mr. Julian, Mr. Carter, Mr. Case and a number of other Continentals if all of the above 97 boys were killed during World War II or if some died during the Korean Conflict.  No one could give me a definitive answer.  I do know that among the 1,900 other names on the impressive memorial inside the school’s entranceway that there are veterans listed who served in Korea but not during World War II.  Donald Gilbrech, the father of 1970’s graduates Vicki and Donna, is listed and he was too young to serve during WW II but was wounded in Korea.  In any event, most of those 97 listed above died in the early 1940’s before they could experience the joys of young adulthood and the resulting freedoms from which the world has benefited as a result of our nation’s leadership in the defeat of national socialism and imperialism.