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Ella Jean Wright Lynn Wygal Byron Yost Carl Young Charles Young Fern Young Pat Young Phyllis Ann Young Eddie Zini Charles Young, Ralph Thomas, Duward Starkey, and Don Pinkard take advantage of a warm, sunny day to enjoy their lunch on the lawn
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Joyce Roberts Mary Beth Robertson Norma Routt Lucy Russell Martha Russo Carole Rutledge Judy Dean Saul Norma Jean Saul Margaret Anne Saunders Bill Senter Doug Shorter Jack Simmons Sue Ellen Sites Anita Snyder Kenneth Sowder Eleanor Spangler Bill Sprouse Duward Starkey Eugene Stemple Phyllis Stinson Mike Stover Richard Stroupe Larry Sutphin Patricia Taliaferro Martha Claire Tarter Barbara Taylor Peggy Taylor Julie Thomas Ralph Thomas Diana Thomason Beverly Toney William Trent Jerry Umberger Dorothy Underwood Joan Vandergrift Alvin Vaughn Bill Veasey Francis Wagner Jackie Walton Phyllis Walton Pete Watts Danny Wertz Mary Ann West John Wilks Curtis Williams Buddy Williams Mary Willis Jacqueline Wiseley Betty Wood Jerry Wood
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Left to Right: Don Clower, president, NancyJCeys, secretary, Fretz , vice-president, Shirley Mills, treasurer Dot Sophomore Class Well! Well! Here we are, halfway through our life at Alpdrew Lewi It seems like yesterday since we were in the eighth grade. It is so much fun being a Sophomore. We may not be as high and mighty as the Seniors; nevertheless, the Eight Graders look up to us. Even the Freshmen eye us with envy ... It is gratifying having the third floor to ourselves. We feel rather special up here. The only objection is those endless stairs. We shall never get used to them . . . Haven’t our Junior Varsity Football and basketball boys done well? Which ones will be the future varsity stars? . . . H-m-m . . . Our class is beginning to have a little prestige now. We could name many of our classmates who are becoming school leaders . . . Oh-h ... It is time for us to think seriously of the subjects we want most to take, since we have a wider choice than be¬ fore . . . Speaking of subjects, we feel it certainly is wonderful not having classes on those dreary ninth grade halls . . . We, Sophomores lead a pleasant life, but we are looking forward to a more challenging and interesting year when we are Juniors. DUla- 4 si }
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