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Mrs. Alva Nothstine
Mrs. Robert McConighe
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Mr. Morris Johnson
Mr. Frank Vandenberg
BUS Drivers Mr. Koetsier, Mr, Bender, Mr. Brawders, Mr. Shenbarger, Mr. Dilly,
Mr. Shafer, Mr. Kaiser, Mr, VanderBoogh, Mr. Brohman,
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The class of 1955, has finally reached its goal--
graduation! Yet it seems like only yesterday that
we started as timid freshmen. Looking back through
those four years we saw many things which our class
When we were freshmen in 1951, we sponsored
a roller skating party and also a dance. Mr. I.
Northstine was a class sponsor.
In our sophomore year we ordered our class rings,
which arrived in May. We sold candy bars and
potato chips, and checked coats at all home basket-
ball games to raise money. We started an annual
family night dinner for the class members and their
parents. Mr. Nothstine guided us again this year.
In our junior year we had a magazine sale during
the fall and Roberta Jesswein's team won. This
year we had our family night dinner and Christmas
party combined. During the year we sold popcorn
at basketball games, and a memory book, "School
Daze," For enjoyment we held class dances. ln
April we presented the junior play, "No Boys
Second Semester Officers
Dale smekey, President
Linton Schinske, Vice-President
Pat Tropp, Secretary
Dick Wetzel, Treasurer
Marcia Gark, Reporter
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First Semester Officers
Jim Shank, President
Marcia Gark, Vice President
Pat T1-opp, Secretary
Dick Wetzel, Treasurer
Norm Stemm, Reporter
Class Flower Red Rose
Class Colors White and Crimson
Class Motto "Life Is What You Make
Allowed." This was under the direction of Mrs.
Elwood Beehler, To complete the years' activ-
ities, our class planned and decorated the Junior-
Senior Prom, held in May. Uncer Mr. Nothstine's
direction, we succeeded in all of our activities.
Our senior year, has been the most memorable of
the four. We worked hard, and also had most fun.
We frantically tried to earn enough money for the
senior trip to Washington D,C. We had a conces-
tion stands and sold popcorn and ice cream bars at
all of the home football games. Paper drives and
bake sales also helped raise our funds. ln Novem-
ber the senior play, "The Campbells are Coming,"
was presented under the direction of Miss Rose
Mary Good. We also had a spaghetti supper and
a ham supper, which were the two biggest money
raising projects of the year. Our advisor for the
senior year was Mr. Ado Tenaglia.
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