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Left to Right : Ned Hayes, treasurer, Janie Saunders, vice-president, Selena Leonhardt, president, Signe Young, secretary Freshman Class Freshmen, at least, we are over the first hump. Look at those eighth graders; they can not even find their way around. Why, I have an idea that we know almost one-third of the students here. Think of the people we have met at the dances, hops and games . . . Several of us hold offices in the junior clubs, and we even have some Junior Varsity Cheerleaders to help us root for the Junior Varsity Football and Basketball Teams. This year, for the first time, we have a Freshman choral group. I know we sound almost as good as the Junior Choir! ... At first the upper graders criticized us because we did not keep our halls clean; we showed t hem; they are cleaned every day now . . . Changing classes about four or five times a day is something new to us. We get in less trouble when the same teacher sees us only once a day . . . My! . . . it’s exhilerating to be a Freshman! We are beginning to get into the swing of high school life, at last! 57
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II I V V t ■v ■ y . A f gw. m WHlJp si 1 M w 1 f rv; f f The expressions on these Junior girls’ faces, Peggy Haynes, Betty Ashley, and Lucy Russell (Center), show that our basketball team must be winning. Pre¬ occupied with something else are (Back Row) Connie Garbett and Betty Mattern. “A party?” “No.” This is ‘‘The Nine Dinner Guests”, a play given by Miss Cook’s Second Year Class. They are (Left to Right) Elaine Gardner, dancing girl; Beth Collins and Betty Smallwood, wrestlers; reclining around the table the nine dinner guests, H. T. Aldhizer, Jim Repass, Jack Pannell, Cecelia Price, Richard Chappell, Caesar; David Gibson, Durwood Starkey, Richard Stroupe and Billy Logan, and (Back Row) Alan Wimmer, Glynn Greer, Charlotte Fulton, Norman Potts, Kay Henderson, Betty Thomas, Eugene Stemple, and Buddy Williams. William Wilkes, Arlen Wygal, Kent Womack, Bobby Whitmer, Patsey Walker, Helen Wertz, Melvin Wade, Billy Wood, Greg Wroniewicz, and Ashton Rudd work hard on those lessons at the end of Sopho¬ more hall. Donald Peery, Tommy Weaver, Priscilla Clineville, Sandra Hodge, and William Wilkes are helping the Sophomores keep the plaque for the cleanest halls.
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John Agnew Ted Akers Howard Altizer Richard Amos Becky Anderson Margaret Anderson Joseph Angel 1 O. T. Angle Betty Lou Arrington David Atkins Shirley Atkins Jeannette Avery Gordon Bailey Millie Ball Lowell Barnard Rose Anna Barr Betty Bartlett Margie Bayse Harry Beard Ernest Beckner Barbara Belcher Buddy Bell Carolyn Bell Elton Birch Betty Blankenship Claude Bohon Suzie Bonine Connie Booher Meredith Boone Phyllis Bradford Barbara Brammer Barbara Brickey Jerry Brickey Coleen Brooks Edna Broughman Joan Broughman Jerry Brown Joann Brown Judy Brown Margaret Brown Walter Bryan Dewey Bryant Howard Butts Wilber Byer Edmund Byrd Perry Caligan Algie Campbell Teddy Campbell Harry Cannon Carolyn Chapman Marietta Christley Neil Churchill Nancy Conner Ronald Conner Jane Craft Joyce Craft Shirley Crawford Sarah Crews Mike Cromer Beth Crosswhite Betty Crouse Nannie Crowe Joyce Anne CundilT William Dail Beverly Darden Frances Daugherty Betsy Dawson Gary Day Carolyn Deeds Noel Deming
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