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cfimbera on the bottom of the ladder of .4ucce.4.4
Through the portals of High Point School
in September, 1948, passed a group of unfa-
miliar faces. And High Point High School was
unfamiliar to them, for these were the freshmen
177 in number. lt was the beginning ofa new
life, new friends, new activities, and more
advanced learningg it was the beginning of
four years of high school days, which will long
remain in the memories of each student.
It didn't take these newcomers long to learn
their way around, and the small size of their
class didn't prevent them from entering into
school activities wholeheartedly. First of all,
a peppy campaign was staged to elect class
ollicers. As in the other classes, skits and
speeches were presented before actual voting
was held. Those coming out on top were
Frances Motsinger, president, Barry Ruth
vice-presidentg Betty Lee Cox, secretary, and
Norman Zimmerman, treasurer. Barbara Dil-
lon and Colon llarlow were elected repre-
sentatives to the upper house. Each home
room contributed a member to the lower house-
Betty Lee Cox, secretary of the freshman class, and
Norman Zimmerman, treasurer, agree that things are
shaping up well.
Freshman ofiicers, Barry Ruth, vice-president, and
Frances Nfotsinger, president, with the help of Mr.
Lowder, adviser, have led their class through their
first happy year in High Point High School.
YVith a capable slate of ollicers and adviser,
Mr. Jack Lowder, the freshmen got to work on
their Hrst project, the magazine campaign.
Turning into salesmen for two weeks, they
went from door to door soliciting subscriptions
tor the Curtis Publishing Company. At the
end of the campaign, a radio was awarded to
Nancy Cook for being the high salesman.
Profits made by the class paid for their pictures
in the PIQMICAN and also helped cover expenses
for the annual Freshman-Sophomore prom.
FI'CSllIIlt'H had an integral part in preparing
for this traditional prom. Steering committees
and working committees were appointed early
in the second semester to formulate plans for
the event. Students spent many hours gather-
ing and making necessary .articles to complete
the gala decorations.
After being at H.P.II.S. for nine months,
the freshmen felt they were a definite part of
the school. XVith such a successful start, they
looked to the coming years with anticipation.
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Betty -lean MeCarter
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