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Classes There is rush between classes. There is noise on Senior hall. The time passes quickly. Soon class time will call. The bang of the lockers, The hum of the mass, The rushing and running, Mean it’s time for a class.
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Mrs. Louise D. Rice Geometry, Algebra Mr. Paul Schwartz Shop, Mechanical Drawing Mr. William M. Scott Veterans ' 1 Agriculture Training Mrs. Ethel S. Shockey Algebra, Advanced Arithmetic Mrs. Louise E. Shriver Sociology, Civics ,E A ' Mrs. Forrest M. Smith Civics, Debating Mrs. Brame P. Spessard English, History, Typing Mrs. Pearl C. Strickler Public Speaking, English Mrs. Hazel L. Waters Advanced Arithmetic Miss Leslie V. Watkins Biology, Physics Miss Pauline Webb Chemistry, Biology Miss Mary E. Wright Science, Social Science Mrs. Della M. Bradley Manager of Cafeteria Mrs. Evelyn G. Foley Secretary to the Principal Mrs. Ruth C. Robinson Secretary NOT PICTURED Mr. Harold L. Johnston Football Coach, Physical Education Mr. John H. Snapp English
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Senior Class Spring again! New life! New hope! Our Senior year at high school was comparable to the springtime of a new year, when we launched out into new interests, new ideas, and new activities. As nature awakens in the spring when winter is past and a new year has come, we awakened to the realization that our high school days were almost over and a new life would soon begin. Remember how we felt when we first took our places in the Senior Class ? That coveted goal had at last been reached. It gave us a feeling of pride and satisfaction to know that WE were Seniors. We felt that our hard work had been rewarded by the honor and prestige that is always due a Senior. As we approached the time for a change of seasons, there came the excitement of Senior Day when we left our work and worries behind us and shared a day of pleasure and companionship. Then came the big night of graduation, when we received our diplomas and marched out of the auditorium for the last time, singing the Alma Mater and blinking back the tears of sadness at the departure of our high school life, but with a thrill in our hearts because a new life had begun. 4 16 }
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