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SE llllt L SS Ill 'l'llllY
We, the Class of '5l, entered a new phase of life in the fall of l947, for on this
bright and glorious day we began our troubles in Corinth-l-lolders l-ligh School.
Our time was well consumed by all the events new to us, but with the supervision
of Mrs. William l-lill Powell, Jr. and Miss lola l-lofler we managed to overcome our
ln our sophomore year, directed by Mr, Carroll and Mrs, Garner, we enjoyed
watching the greenness of the Freshmen, forgetting that just one year ago we had
played that same role, Our minds were soon filled with work, and timepassed us
into our Junior year.
Under the guidance of Miss Lyerly we had a most enioyable year. We presented
a very successful play, "Look Me in the Eye," and honored the Seniors at a Junior-
Senior Banquet, carrying out the theme, "Moonlight and Roses."
Then, after spending three anxious months, we returned to the campus for our
big year, the Senior year we had dreamed of and yet feared we would never reach.
We had as our guide Miss Sadler.
Some of our most thrilling events were: selecting our class rings, collecting
material and organizing our annual, presenting our Senior play, and attending the
Junior-Senior Banquet, Then-the wonderful event for which we had long awaited-
The thought of it all brings tears to our eyes, but momentarily we must turn our
backs upon our Alma Mater and follow the well worn path into life to seek what
it has in store for us, We feel with certainty that those who shall fill our places
in the years to come, as well as we the Alumni, will ever proclaim our Alma Mater,
showering upon it the credit of our accomplishments wherever we go
JEANNE ALFORD, Class l-listorian”