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Class members are, alphabetically Jim Barton, Reva Bolan Nora Bose, Betty Bowles, James Brower,
Jeannine Carter, Carl Conti, Jane Cook, Tommy Darnell, Lois Downing, Roberta Edwards, Jane ana
gan, Barbara Floyd, Pat Fowler, Orville Hahn, Bill Hahn, Ben Hawkins, Bobby Henwood, Jean Holbert,
Jackie Jenkins, Joyce Johnston, Randolf Jones, Josephine Kalb, Tommy King, Charles Kramer, Violet
Laremore, Robert Loudy, Marthalene McClure, Helena McNa1'y, Raymond Meek, John Mills, Sally Monger,
Lady Ann Moore, Bill Moyer, Jerry Nuss, Carolyn Pope, Julia Rollins, Linda Renschler, Marian Rose,
Delbert Runyon, James Spotts, Marie Spotts, Dav1d Therrien, David Tidrow, Toby Tubesing, Delores
Wadsworth, Judy williams, Shella. W1nters, Jackie Missler, James York, Brian Henderson, Phyliss Mad
ison, Sharon Dawes Class Sponsors are Lowell Brooks, Charlotte Kidney,and Katherine Kimmel
Class Officers are, left to right
President-Charles Kramer, Vice
President-Pat Fowler, Secretary-
Linda Renschler, Treasurer-David
Therrien, Reporter-Carl Conti
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2 Class of 1955 f X '
We started in our Freshman year of high school with 49 members. They were:
However, during that year we lost Ralph Frame to Greensfork During cts first
year, we had 4 band members 4 track members, and 4 boys on the baseball team Our
officers and student council members were
President Janice Hyre Student Council Kay Vance
Vice President Bruce Harris
Secretary Treasurer Larry Burris
Reporter Johnny Shultz
When we returned to school in the fall of '52, we found we had only 40 members
as we had lost Dale Baker, Bob Chamness,Fred Clingenpeel, Gayle Cross, Charles H11
debrand, Fred Peterson, Franklin Vaughn, and Jimm wright Just before Christmas
we lost our best singer Johnny Shultz, who movedto Hagerstown, but during the year
we added Quelda Burner, Eddie Goss, Dean Turner, Dan Winters and our southern
belle, Nelda Lisenby This year we had 7 basketball members, 2 baseball playersan
5 band members
During this year we presented a chapel program called HFo1k Song U S A W t
the student body as well as the PTA
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We are the 56 ers a new crop of creatures afflicted with that dread disease
Freshmanltis only cured by becoming a sophomore Cln some cases that we Freshmen
observe, even that doesn't cure it J
When we entered C H S in September 1952, we elected as our officers the
following Charles Kramer President
Secretary, David Therrian Treasurer,
Therrian, Marthalene McClure, and Tom
Pat Fowler Vice President, Linda Renschler
Carl Conti Reporter Charles Kramer David
Darnell were chosen for the Student Council
Those enrolling for our Freshman
Lady Ann Moore
Julia Rollins also joined our Freshman class later in the school year
Our class has participated actively in all phases of school life. TwelveFresh-
men will receive letters in band, fourteen in chorus, and there are twelve boys who
play basketball on the second and Freshman teams.
During the year we sponsored a dance, the February Fiesta, and were hosts to
the finals of the Freshman Basketball Tourney. We werefortunate to haveas our spon-
sors, Mrs. Kidney, Miss Kimmel, and Mr. Brooks, who have been helpful, cooperative,
and Lots of Fun.
By HELENA MC NARY
A woodpecker lit on a Fresh an's head
And settled down to drill,
He bored away for half a day
And finally broke his bill.
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