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All of the students in Centralia High
School live in a world of music. As we go
through the four years in C.H.S. we just
have one big unforgetable time. This world
of musical notes begins with the freshman
mixer in our first year and ends four years
later with our final formal, the Senior Ball.
Music spirits us on in school during our
classes as well as in our extra curricular
work. Of course the music by the band at
our football and basketball games spurs our
teams to better and bigger things.
The marching of the band during half
times at football games kept the fans in
their seats for the entire performance, as
the formations and different march steps
keeps the fans watching every minute.
We could say that each class in school
has its own theme. The Freshman class
could sing-along with the seniors-"Oh!
happy day." The Frosh of course, because
they have finally reached high school, and
the seniors for grasping their good gradu-
Most o fthe Sophomores are singing,
'A-lust One More Chance"-as they finally
are through their first year in high school.
Of course, by this time some of their class-
mates have dropped by the wayside.
The Juniors-only one reach from their
goal feel like "A Bird in a Gilded Cagef.
These, along with the song hits of today,
are being echoed through the halls of our
school every day.
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SENIOR OFFICERS, upper picture, left to right are-Ed Watterson, vice-presidentg ferry Kane,
presirientg Miss Alice Atkinson, heaa' class advisorg M'ary Ann Hopp, secretary, and AI Thornton,
Pictured helow are the valedictorian, fudy Burdick on the left doing a chemistry experiment and
on the right Bonnie Crowe as she straighten: out the hooks as ASB treasurer. Judy had a 4.00 straight
'A' average, Bonnie a 3.9.
At last the day has come that students have
been looking forward to for 12 years. GRADU-
As we go back over our four years in high
school we remember when we first came here as
freshmen. The Girls League put on a Big and
Little Sister party for the girls and the Boys
Club sponsored a Mixer for the boys. Then the
annual Freshman Party was held. We also had
a Freshman play called "The Silver Arrow."
In our Sophomore year we held the tradition-
al Sophomore Carnival with Freshman as our
guests. We also had a skating party which we
crowned a King and Queen of Hearts.
VVe started the Junior year off with the
junior Prom. The theme was "Blue Moon." The
junior Play, "Our Hearts Weise Young and Gay,"
was the next event.
On August 31, l953, we began our final year
in high school. The first event was the Senior
Play called "High Ground? On April 9 the
Senior Tea was held for all Senior Mothers at
the Presbyterian Church.
On April 30 the last big event of the year
will be held, "The Senior Ball," with the theme,
"Memories of Paris." Baccalaureate is Sunday
night, May 23, l954, at 8:00 The Senior Picnic
will be held the following day, Monday, May 24.
Graduation is Thursday, May 27, at 8:00 in the
Centralia High School.
This is both a sad and happy affair as we all
realize this is the last school affair we will take
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