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Page 57 text:
Preparing for Higher Peaks-... Marlene Ellis, Darlene Conner, Lovelle Kingery, Marie Baumgardner, Margaret Franklin, Joan Dickerson, and Ruth Huff are supposed to be doing their homework, but what girls could ever resist doing a little gossip¬ ing? “I just didn’t hear her make the assignment!” Glynn Greer catches up on his homework with the aid of Patricia Pritchett, Helen Bow¬ den, Byron Yost, and Barbara Cooper. Realizing that five minutes is a long time, Bobby Allen saunters leisurely to class, while others on the tenth grade hall, rush. Glenn Baker, Royce Koon, Wal¬ ter Ferguson, Melvin Conner, and Eugene Barton, members of the F.F.A., do a trim and fertilizing job on our shrubs. This is one of a number of useful services per¬ formed by the club.
Page 56 text:
Bill Senter Lindsay Sheahan Judy Shelton Virginia Shively Doug Shorter Madeline Sifers Jackie Simmons Meta Simpson Kenneth Sowder Eleanor Spangler Bill Sprouse Roy Stanford Duward Starkey Norma Starling Phyllis Anne Stinson Grace Anne Stone Bill Stra ng Richard Stroupe Joyce Strouth Larry Sutphin Bill Swain Patricia Taliaferro Martha Claire Tarter Barbara Taylor Julia Thomas Ralph Thomas Sylvia Thomas Diana Thomason William Trent Donald Turman Janet Turman Jerry Umberger Dorothy Underwood Joan Vandergrift Alvin Vaughn Bill Veasey Francis Wa,gner Mildred Waldron Wayne Waldron Peter Watts Danny Wertz Don Whitlock John Wilks Buddy Williams Curtis Williams Mary Willis Jackie Wiseley Ella Jean Wright George Wright Byron Yost Carl Young Charles Young Fern Young Phyllis Young Eddie Zini :
Page 58 text:
Choosing The Approach . . . , Left to right: Secretary, Dot Fretz, President, Barbara Conner, Vice President, Douglas Blount, Treasurer, Nancy Keys FRESHMEN As the mountain climber finds his way through the foothills, the most arduous task is choosing the path that will lead upward with the least difficulty, since there are many obstacles and treacherous rocks. The Freshman Class have found it difficult to select the way they are going. As they move forward, they explore; they observe; they make decisions. Each step experience for them. They must decide with much considera¬ tion whether to spend time in watching tele¬ vision and movies or to spend more time in studying. It has been an exciting year for them because they have made many steps toward the top. They have participated in thrilling activities, such as the hops, dances, football games, and assembly programs, all helping to build character. They have been well represented in various clubs in the school, such as the Library Club, Projection Club, 4-H Club, Junior Y-Teens, Sports Club, Latin Club, and Science Club. Through all these activities they have worked together because they realize the importance of leadership and coopera¬ tion which develop them for the future and the goal of Senior leadership in ’58. ‘ ‘First say to yourself what you would be; and then do what you have to do.” Epictetus.
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