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As we started our Freshman year our class numbered 58
We had eagerly looked forward to this year our first vear
of high school we sponsored our usual two dances and had
the alloted number of parties Our commander was Ralph B
his mates were R111 J Vice President, John J Secretary
Kay K Treasurer, and Anne W Reporter As a reward for our
achievements, we advanced to third deck
As we advanced to third deck,we chose as our commander
June A , her mates were Nancy W Vice Dresident, liz Kinney
Secretary and Treasurer and Joanne C Reporter The high
light of this year was our chapel, which we worked verv hard
During th t fear we lost 5 passengers but nevertheless
moted o second deck
On second deck, we found that our duties were bigger
than ever before That vpar we chose as our commander June
her mates were John J Vice President Bill J Sec
retary, Paul W Treasurer, and Bill B Reporter In order
to launch our trip to New York and Washington, we worked
very hard selling magazines, working in the stand and pre
entlng our Junior Plays, but again we completed our missicx
We also presented the Jr Sr banquet in honor of the Seniors
which turned out to be a huge success This vear was a year
of hard work, but along with that was the fun, and we had
plenty of it Soon the great hour had arrived, we now had
attained the rating of first deck And we were determined
to do our best
Here, our skipper was John J , his mates were Bill J
Vice President, Liz K Secretary , Paul W Treasurer, and
Walter E Reporter One of our important events was tacky
day, in which, we dressed in the oldest clothes we had and
that night we continued our gay time at a party at K1nney's
Another 'as Senior day, in which we taught classes walter
E took over the Job of Mr Outland, and June A took over
the duties of Mrs Hamilton Still other important events
were the Jr Sr Banquet, the Senior trip, and the Commence
ment Dance Our cruise was coming to a close, and we were
all a little unhappy, because we would never forget our long
voyage together On Mav 25th we reached port
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Vice President Bruce Farris
Treasurer Larry Burris
President Lloyd Mustin
Secretary Noreta Basham
Reporter Ada Toney
Our Freshman year was simple but fun Our sponsors were Miss
Glunt, lr Overturf, and Miss McConaha We elected our officers on
September 4, 1951 They were Janice Hyre President, Bruce Harris Vice
President, Larry Burris Secretary Treasurer, and John Shultz Reporter
During that year we had only two class parties The first one was a
weiner roast at Ann Hubbard's. Coming home from the party a few of
the students decided they would have a hay ride of their own since the
school d1dn't allow it We were penalized for it and couldn't have
any more parties for a year Also that year we sponsored two dances
one of them we maned the 'Holly Hop We started our Freshman year
with a total of 44 students , but closed it with a loss of four of our
In our Sophomore year our class sponsors were Miss McConaha and
Mr Overturf At our first class meeting we elected Janice Hyre Presi
dent Bruce Harris Vice President, Larry Burris Secretary Treasurer,
and Sally Jarrett Reporter We staxted to work on our chapel program
It was called 'Folk Song U S A We had a lot of fun presenting it
to the school and we also took it to Camp Atterbury with the Jun1or'Red
con's Fling In the second semester we had a come as you are dinner
dance , for our class party Our class sponsored the class tourney
for that year and the Seniors of 53 won We also had a dance after
This last year, our Junior year, has been the best Our sponsors
for this year were Mr McCoy, Mrs Pickett, Mrs Kidney, and Mr Ann
strong Our class officers were Lloyd Mustin President, Larry Burris
Treasurer, Noreta Basham Secretary, and Ada Toney Reporter We gave
our Junior Plays on October 29th and 50th We gave 2 one act plays
called 'Wide Awake Willie' and Kid Sister We also presented
Talent Scout Show with Mr Annstrong as Godfrey Annstrong We sold
magazine subscriptions and the two temn captains were Janice Hyre and
John Wambo Hyre's team won and Wambo's team gave a party for the
winners We gave our chapel program, called 'Valentine Fantasy , for
the school on Feburary l6th,and then again that night for the P T A
Bazzar Our dances this year were 'Early Autumn Dance and the
Knight's Ball Around Christmas time the Junior and Senior classes
started a project for making toys for the children at Eplleptic V11
lage, which was under the leadership of Mrs Kidney We took the gifts
to New Castle on December 21, 1955 The remainder of our Junior year
was spent without any more big projects, but was fun anyway
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