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AS FIRST GRADERS IN BEMUS
Twenty-five members of the Class of 1958
started kindergarten in 1945 in the Bemus Point
School District and remained together through High
School: Charles Anderson, Mary Beth Bailey, Helen
Bogenschutz, Joan Boyd, Arthur Brown, Dale Bur-
gess, Joyce Clark, Donald Cook, Gail Dahlquist,
Margaret Johnson, Laura jones, Carole Kesby, Doris
Liddell, Judy Nygren, Sandra Okerlund, Phyllis
Pickard, Sondra Rhodes, Dennis Rodgers, Mary Sack,
Eldora Sample, Richard Sparling, Theodore Valone,
Sandra Wliite, Beverly Winton, and David Wood-
From the moment we entered High School, we
kept things stirred up and won the reputation of
being the peppiest Freshman class in the record of
the school. Wie certainly had a lot of fun that year
sponsoring a dance, the "Frosh Frolicf' and selling
popcorn at the basketball games.
As Sophomores, We were at first weighed down
with responsibility, but even this did not crush our
enthusiasm at being - legally and at last - senior
high school students. During this year, Donald Rice
was our class presidentg and under the guidance of
Mr. Fassett, Mr. Pegan and Mr. Thompson, we spon-
sored two very successful smorgasbords and sold ice
cream and candy at the basketball games.
Our class spirit continued into our junior year,
with David Rhodes as president. Again we spon-
AS FOURTH GRADERS
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AS SEVENTH GRADERS
IN MR. CREVELINGS
sored a successful smorgasbord. but the highlight of
the year was our .lunior play, "For Pete's Sake." We
entertained the Seniors at the traditional junior-
Senior Banquet, choosing the White Inn at Fredonia
for the festivities, Here all tradition was shattereclg
our long persistence paid off. At the dinner We
received our long-awaited class rings and did not
have to wait, as in the past, for Moving-Up Day.
Our career as Seniors brings this record up to
date. ln all ways we have done our best to show our
school spiritg we have attended football, basketball
and baseball games galore and cheered and sung our-
selves hoarse. Among the many special things which
have made our Senior year memorable have been
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another smorgasbord, our SCJIMI play at Thanks-
giving time, and of course our never-to-be forgotten
Senior trip to W'ashington in the spring. Leading
us in our last year of High School were Donald
Rice, president, Charles Anderson, vice-presidentg
Barbara Shelters, secretaryg Arthur Brown, treasurer,
and Helen Bogenschutz and Richard Woodfield,
Student Council representatives, with Mr. Carlson,
Mr. Pegan and Mr. Thompson as our advisors.
We look back with prideg we look ahead with
hope. If we succeed as well in the future as we have
in our high school days, our school days have indeed
started us along the highway to success.
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High. A S SEVENTH
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