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The Senior class of 1949 may have been the smallest class in H. S. but
this did not keep it from accomplishing much to attain honors for our school.
In the athletic department our football players were Darwin Ogburn, Dean
Bassett, Marvin Garner, Bennie Iohnson, Wayne Frederick, Marlin Pearson,
Carroll Little, Sam Bixler, and Dick Scott. During the basketball season Darwin
Ogburn, Dean Bassett, Marvin Garner, and Bennie Iohnson stepped onto the
floor and fought hard to win honors for the Red Raiders. ,
On November 19, 1948, we presented the three-act melodrama, "Kind
Lady" with a cast which included Dick Scott, Mark Bain, LaRu Butler, Anita
Rogers, Lorene Farmer, Ioan File, Fred Andrews, Eugene Van Pelt, Patty Beath,
Darwin Ogburn, Bob Leonard, Mary Ryan, Nadine Costin, and Wayne Fuller.
National Honor Society members were Ioan Fife and Eugene Vcm Pelt.
Olur representatives to Student Council were Bob Leonard, Fred Andrews,
Anita Rogers, Darwin Ogburn, and Dean Bassett.
Anita Rogers was the 1948 Homecoming Queen and Nadine Costin was
her senior attendant. Evelyn Showers was Red Raider beauty attendant. The
music department received the benefit of having several outstanding seniors'
voices among its choral groups. Betty Groit and Evelyn Showers were cheer-
leaders tor two years and Ieanette McGregor was drum major of the band for
The class sponsors, who did much to make the class a progressive one,
were Mr. Fetters and Mrs. Turner.
Though all of these contributions may not be remembered in future years,
there is something left that will make the students and visitors of C. H. S.
in the years to come aware of the fact that the class of '49 existed. This is
the electric water cooler, which was purchased as our gift to the school that
gave so much to us.
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