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It came to pass promptly upon the stroke of nine we answered the
conductors call and started out on the upper grade tram of knowledge
We were placed as Freshmen and the presxdent Paullne Jones saw
that we galned sufflcxent class PEP and SCHOOL SPIRIT There were
thlrty seven Jolly members To our regret we lost thlrteen wonderful class
members They were Ed1th Ames Mary Frances Cregg M T Dedmon
W1ll1e T Fractlon Fred D Hall W1l11arn Hynes Clarence Lock Mary
Frances Murchlson Clara Neal Joe Edward Reed MBXIDE Smlth Catherlne
Wrlght and W1ll1am Earl Wllllams
After havlng met the requlrements of a Freshmen group we were
transferred to the Sophomore car wlth twenty four members of whlch we
lost slx Maggle Carroll Ellzabeth Dlckerson Sue McCraw Ruthle People
Lawrence Powell and Catherlne Slmpson
The Journey was llvened by anumber of partles teas and other occaslons
Wlth the passlng of tlme we aga1n shlfted bemng placed 1n the Juruor Coach
wlth twenty slx members John Wllllams was elected presldent Slde trlps
were made to the Athletlc Fleld where numerous passengers become pro
the Junlor year Matthew Blackmon Paullne Jones and Dora Lee Tatum
Then came the happy day We were transferred to the Senlor Coach
wlth lncreased prlvlleges and respons1b1l1t1es Ph1ll1pGreen1s the presldent
The class of 1953 5-1 loom on Commerlcement Statlon 111 the near dlstance
VVe can now appreclate more fully the SUT'J91"VlSlOIl glxen by conductor lvlrs
Henrletta Balley and Head brakernan Prlnclpal E E Ballev 3SS1St8d by a
-Xt Comnxencernent Statlon on lvlount of Leaxlng we leaxe the Senlor
Coach to becorne passengers on varlous roads leadlng through the N alley of
Opportunmy lnto the Land of Great Bevonds to the ClTlGS of Success Fame
and Worthy Ach1everrent
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