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Moments to Remember
lt was a warm fall day way back in i947 when we tearfully left our mothers at the door of our first grade
rooms. What a sad, yet happy, day. The only reason we agreed to stay was because of the promise to
teach us to read. The most popular teacher that year was Mrs. Miller, and everyone who got her was deemed
"One of the most fortunate."
Remember the wonderful games we played in second grade? There was old witch, high water, low
water, and sliding down the coal ramp on icy days. Also there was the crystal, carrot, and sweet potato gar-
dens in Mrs. Boyer's room.
ln the third grade we were entertained by magnificent puppet shows. Hey, Pam, how is your Scottish
Then the fourth year of our confinement. This year we were a bunch of first prize pumpkin heads. Re-
member Mrs. Wiley's paddle? How about it Ralph, Fran, Terry, and Don? By the way Carl, what did you
ever say to get out of it?
In the fifth grade we gave our first stupendous performance. lt was a darling Thanksgiving Day play
about a colonial tea party. Really a smash hit-running for two days and four home rooms.
Our sixth grade year is one we shall never forget. Mr. O'Harrow's room was one of constant activity.
We were Kings and Queens, and we certainly had a royal time. Those who haven't yet broken the habit of
saying ain't, couldn't have been in his room.
Every week we had a talent show with semi-finals at the end of each six weeks. Who could forget
"Show Boat?" lt was our best in our dramatic attempts so far. Also we are sure many girls will recall the
fact that Scott Schell and Charles Young were the main cause of many a throbbing heart. The big fad this
year was dog collars. ln all sizes, shapes and colors, every girl had to have one. Are you still carrying the
clarinet cases Terry? Also Kaye, are the rates still the same for a shave and haircut? Of course, no one
will ever forget our first boy and girl party at Bill Strong's house.
Now we embarked upon the seventh grade. What a big disappointment-no recesses. But then our
first experience of changing classes helped to make up for it. Do you remember Miss Ferninburg? She sat
all the cute boys in the front, and the poor girls got ignored for the rest of the period.
Finally we were mighty Freshman-in High School at last! In this year we had as many parties as par-
ents would stand for. They consisted of such educational activities as spin the bottle, elevator, post office,
and who could hold the longest kiss. Also this was the year of our first Christmas Formal.
Our Sophomore year went by quickly, for Marilyn Moser came to town. Slumber parties were the big
thing on the agenda. Boy, Caren and Alice, you must be quite experienced at that sort of thing by now.
This was now our glorious Junior year., What a thrill it was to select and receive our beautiful class rings.
Then was our Junior class play, "Around the World ,in Eighty Days." Did anyone ever win at those poker games
between scenes, Jim, Ann, and Kit? Are you still in the practice of killing Indians with one blow, Russ? Say
Pat, are you going in the Olympics as a broadiump champ now? Mary, you sure did a good iob of keeping the
boy's morale up at play practice. Of course, you will never forget our marvelous prom. lt was the greatest
moment of our lives as we crossed the little white bridge, and entered an atmosphere of romantic moonlight
at "Tropicana." Sandee will be able to start a Matchmakers Society after all her experience on the date
committee. Poor Cheryl is probably still tearing her hair out after the iob of organizing all those committees.
At the end of our Junior year who can forget the terrible collision on Main Street. Caren, Linda, Cheryl and
Pill will never forget the car wash they were advertising for when the whole thing happened.
Now, believe it or not, we are the unconquerable Seniors. This is the year we will always hold above the
rest-a year dear to our hearts, for it is our year of lasts.
Our last formal, the wonderful prom "Southern Rhapsody," our last play "The Unguided Miss," yet still
the first and foremost in our hearts, Our motto is "lf God be for us, who can be against us?" The class song
is "Beyond the Blue Horizon."
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