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Left to Right-First Row-Bernard Kelly, Duane Manning, John Barto, Loren
Wright, Jim Gill, Charles Philhower, Walter Harmon. ,
Second Row-Mr. Leeson, adviser, Pat Ryan, Betty Johnston, Shirley Moody, Louise
Heneger, Kay Tumbleson, Doris Manning, Charlene Thumma, Marjorie Damm,
Third Row-Betty Jean Scott, Gene Craig, Bill Green, Don Plotner, Stanley Wright,
Jerry Hickey, Da.n Driscoll, J. E. Terwilliger, Charles Trobaugh, Bob Mowbray,
Jim Rankin, Don Kelly, Muriel Campbell.
Fourth Row-Wanda McKeever, Doreen Ringenberg, Ruthe Linden, Edythe Eble,
Wilma Wright, Elenore Grubaugh, Lois Manning, Patricia Ryan, Verna Wabel,
Genevieve Van Ostrand, Barbara Carroll, Doris Champion, Gladys Tucker, Helen
Doty, Betty Chasteen, Caroline Rees. Donna Dally.
The Freshman class of 1945-1946 con-
sists of 19 boys and 27 girls. Officers who
were elected at the first meeting are:
President, Danny Driscoll.
Vice-President, J. E. Terwilliger.
Secretary-Treasurer, Jerry Hickey.
Student Council representatives, Muriel
Campbell and Bill Green.
Thanks to the Seniors' help, we all suc-
ceeded in going through the initiation
early in the year without losing our lives.
Our first contribution to the school was a.
booth at the Homecoming, which won
Our class was well-represented in ath-
letics, with a large percentage of the boys
out for football and basketball.
We are also represented in the Band
with 13 studying under Mr. Arthur at this
time. They are: Walter Harmon, James
Gill, Loren Wright, Wanda McKeever,
Edythe Eble, Genevieve Van Ostrand,
Pat Ryan, Doreen Ringenberg, Verna
Wabel, Barbara Carroll, and Muriel
Campbell. The girls are also representing
the class in Chorus, F. H. A., and the G.
The membership of the class was in-
creased in the second semester when Betty
Chasteen transferred from Manual High.
We have enjoyed our first year in school
and are looking forward to three more
active and enjoyable years.
Our class advisors are Mr. Leeson and
Mr. Wachg Mr. Leeson taking the place of
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Left to Right-First Row--Mr. Arthur, adviser, Pat Harris, Phyllis Thompson, Anna
Mae Grubaugh, Marjorie Reed, Audrey Dennison, Charlene Tracy, Marjorie An-
derson, Juanita Dixon, Miss Thomas, adviser.
Second Row-Pete Gorman, Roy Dorff, Bill Shurts, Donald Cook, Dave Brown, Phil
Code, Bernie McKean, Dale Nelson, Benny Pettegrew, Jim Austin.
Third Row-Duane Newell, Les Turner, Lee Turner, Vada Dickerson, Lois Real, Sherry
Graham, Joanne Shaw, Celestine Stotler, Myrtle Thumma, Doris Poff, Dave Ma-
lone, Glen Rinkenberger, Bill Tumbleson.
The Sophomore class entered the school
year of '45-'46 with a comparatively small
but active group of 31 students. Officers
who were elected at the initial meeting of
the group are:
President, Anna Mae Grubaugh.
Vice-President, Phyllis Thompson.
Secretary, Benny Pettegrew.
Treasurer, Dave Brown.
Student Council representatives, Mar-
jorie Reed and Dave Malone.
The ingenuity of the class bore its first
fruits at the Homecoming when we re-
ceived second prize for our exhibit: a
grave, with a white cross at its head, in
which Toulon was supposedly buried. The
king and queen named by the class to rep-
resent them were Phil Code and Celestine
As it has done since its inception two
years ago, our class proved its interest in
the field of extra-curricular activities by
its active participation in sports, music
and drama. Strengthening the Panthers'
football squad were several boys from the
class. Phil Code, Donald Cook and Bob
Lee won letters. The sophomores were
also prominent on the hardwoods, "Dooz"
Malone and Phil Code turned the experi-
ence of their first year to good advantage
by showing more than average ability.
Not to be outdone by the boys, the
feminine members of the group added their
v0Cal talent to the chorus. Anna Mae
Grubaugh was a member of the Ensem-
ble. Anna Mae joined the Thespians dur-
ing the year and is one of the school's
The Christmas party, traditionally the
Sophomores, was given by them this year at
which games, refreshments and the ex-
change of -gifts were the order of the day.
Our thanks go to Mr. Arthur and Miss
Thomas fOr guiding US so ably through
our second year at Bradford High.
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