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JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
For their first activity as upperclassmen the juniors sponsored a Hallo-
ween party for the freshmen. Under the supervision of Miss Laura Mae
Dimond they presented the play Girl Shy.
During the year a few of the boys left school to go into the Armed
Forces. Their last act as juniors was to entertain the seniors at the prom.
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SE IIJH C 55 HISTUHY
In 1941, one hundred forty-one freshmen
entered Adams High. The declaration of war
in December made many activities impos-
sible but they didn't miss the Halloween
party given for them by the juniors.
As sophs they were not given the tradi-
tional Valentine party by the seniors.
Upperclassmen now. Only 90 students
reached this position. It was their turn to
treat the Frosh to a Witch party and en-
tertain the seniors at the prom. They pre-
sented the play Adam's Evening.
By the middle of their senior year twen-
ty-three of the enrolled seventy-eight had
left to join various branches of the service
and to enter college. They celebrated Valen-
tine Day in Ianuary because of those who
were to leave soon. Mr. Miller C. Hood ad-
vised these seniors. In February they pre-
sented the play Brother Goose under the di-
rection of Mrs. Hilda B. Smith.
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Of the 123 freshmen that began the
high school trek last year, 27 dropped out
along the way but two came in as sopho-
mores. Again this year Mr. Sam Plummer
advised this group.
To help them choose and prepare
for their careers, the sophs took prefer-
ence tests. The seniors treated them on
Ianuary 19 to a Valentine party with the
added spice of farewells, to the boys
leaving for the services.
Outnumbering every other class this
year is the freshmen class which has one
hundred and one members, many of
whom will well remember those first few
day in high school. The time when a she
freshman, very much disgusted with the
many halls and doors, asked an upper
classman the route to the band room and
following directions found herself in the
boy's shower room or the time when
a he freshman was directed to the home
ec room instead of the shop. Remember
the snake dance in which all freshies,
feeling foolish, took part. In October these
freshmen attended the Halloween party
given for them by their fellow classmen,
the juniors. Freshman class adviser is Mrs.
Ruth Robine, girls' gym teacher,
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