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Pete Akers Robert Alls Nellis Kay Arnold Jack Atkinson Pat Austin Margie Ballard Tavie Ann Barnes Gloria Barnett Mary Barr Christine Baugh Linda Biggs Paul Blankenship Clyde Blosser Oakie Sue Blount Shirley Bohon Shirley Boley Anna Bowman Jim Brightwell Ronald Brooks Shirley Buck Mabel Butler Martha Jo Carr Betty Carroll Vicky Clark Lucy Bette Clem Sammie Clemons Nellie Collins Michael Conner Opal Conner Barbara Cooper Bobby Cornett Mary Craghead Elaine Craun Maritta Crotts Doris Cundiff Shelvie Cunningham Hensil Darnell Russell Deaton Clarence DeHart Donald Dent HHH
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Franklin O’Beirne, Vice President; Watson Mundy, Treasurer; Dorothy Eller, Secretary; Buddy Eakin, President Sophomore Class Having finished our Eighth Grade and Freshman work, two seasons of our school life, we as Sophomores settled down into the coziness of our work, as winter brought in a cold lull. We became a little more serious and aware of what we were a part. As nature accepts the change to winter, so we, as alert, industrious Sopho¬ mores accepted our challenge to come through the long days ahead with top-flight success. While there was a deep quiet outside as after a fallen snow, there was a warmth of hustle and activity for the coming holidays inside, and as we became acquainted with new friends and greeted old friends, we entered into a routine that had be¬ come dear and familiar to us. We really began to sense the true value and happi¬ ness of our surroundings. We had been accepted by our classmates. We had come closer to a more important honor, that of being a Junior. We welcomed each brisk cold day that brought with it additional knowledge and experience to help us on our way. The days passed swiftly and we looked ahead to the excitement of being able to participate in the friendly busy life at Andrew Lewis. 4 52
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Patricia Deyerle Deanna Doyle Connie Duffy Jack Dulaney Frank Eakin Dale Early Dorothy Eller Eddie Ellers Calvin Epperly Shirley Eubank Robbie Faries Sallie Farmer Cleta Ferguson Joseph Ferguson Virginia Fisher Eleanor Jo Fleshman Glenda Fowler Marie Fralin Frank Francisco Marie Francisco Mary Gallion Dewey Gearhart Chelsea Gillispie Bobby Goode Ronnie Graham Everett Graham Joyce Gray Dorothy Green Peggy Greenway Audry Green Carl Gregson Elizabeth Grubb FIelene Grubb Nayota Gusler Doris Mae Hall Doris Marie Hall Martha Jane Hall Shirley Hall Betsy Hallman Maurice Hanock
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