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First Row, left to right: David Therrien, Ben Hawkins, Bobby Loudy, Charles Kramer
John Rowan, David Tidrow, Tom Darnell, Jim York, Randy Jones, Shelby Willis,
King, and Bob Faucett. Second Row: Martha McConaha-Sponsor, Ann Toni, Jane Cook,
Josephine Kalb, Barbara Floyd, Roberta Edwards, Betty Bowles, Marie Spotts, Sheila
Winters, Jackie Wissler, Delores Wadsworth, and Lowell Brooks-Sponsor. Third Row:
Marian Rose, Helena McNary, Ursla Bowman, Judy Williams, Sharon Dawes, Jeannine
Carter, Edward Stauffer, Jack Jenkins, Joyce Johnston, Connie Mustin, Ann Hilde-
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Toby Tubesing, Violet Laremore, Jim Brower, Jim Barton, Jim Spotts, Ray Meek, Jerry
Nuss, Carl Conti, John Mills, Mark Wright, Bob Henwood, Carolyn Pope, Lois Downing,
and Linda Renschler.
The Class of 1956 entered their
Freshman year with 53 students. Eleven
of these were transfered from Abington
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also gave a chapel program.
Our class members have been active
CLASS OFFICERS in the Student Council both years. We
President-Charles Kramer have had a lot of fun in the first two
Vice President-Carl Conti years and we hope we'l1 enjoy the next
Secretary-Lois Downing two as much-
Treasurer-Janet Flanagan 1'-UI 3 DOWNING
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First Row, left to right: Duane Faucett, Curt Faucett, Ronnie Wessel, Jay Custer,
Bob May, Paul Van Middlesworth, Jesse Eden, Freddie Phillips, Jon Love, Kenny
Stough, Jerry Winters, and Jim Loudy. Second Row: Mr. Wittman-Sponsor, Mary C.
Johnston, Mary Ann Resh, Lee Cook, Janice Howell, Allan McClain, Gordon Dickerson,
Mary E. Johnson, Susan Johnson, Carol Bousman, Virginia Mullins, and Mrs. Goble-
Sponsor. Third Row:Bonna Ludwig, Sue Spraker, Ilo Johnson, Marie Morris, June Ann
Hartman, Stephen Kinder, Jim Martin, Terry Moelk, Dickie Kidwell, Dennis Jones,
Anna Jean Harvey, Sharon Botsford, Barbara Holton, Linda Crawford, Rachel Darrah,
and David Pentecost. Fourth Row: Kay Hawkins, Nancy Bertsch, Lynne Fraze, Anita
Gilbert, Russell Lehman, Jin Eliason, Okie Clay, Bill Mathews, Don Widau, Paul
Frame,Iennis Jenkins, Paul Williams, Ruth Ann Smelser, Shirley Pennington, Rosalie
Crocker, and Ethel Hughes.
True to tradition and custom, our .
Freshman class may be compared to the
month of March, in as much as we 'came
in like a lion and went out like a lamb."
The outstanding event of our Fresh-
man year was the winning of the E.C.C.
Freshman Tourney. Nine students received
letters in band. We sponsored onedance, ,--J ,
The Santa-Claus Hop, and presented the
Lanier High School Trampoline Act for
our chapel program.
We are hoping that the rest of our
high school days will be as successful
as this year.
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RUTH ANN SMEISER
Vice President-Gordon Dickerson
' I 1 Secretary-Russell Lehman
N V? fpfyf Reporter-Don Widau
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