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Class Teasurer Ig Play 3,45
Paper Staff 45 Annual Staff 45
Basketball I, 2 , 3, 45 Baseball
I,2,3,4p Track 2,4
Class News Reporter 2, 3,45
Student Council 4g Sunshine
Society I,2, 3,43 Glee Club
1,2,3,4g Choral Club 3,4g
Play 3,45 Paper Staff 45
Annual Staff 4.
Glee Club I,2,3,4g Play
3,4g Paper Staff 43 Annual
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Class Vice President 4
Glee Club l,3,4
Play 3, 4
Paper Staff 4
Annual staff 4
Basketball I, 2
Track 2, 3, 4
Class Treasurer 3,4
Honor Society 3,4
Student Council 2
Sunshine Society 1,2
Glee Club I,2,3,4
Choral Club 1, 2,3, 4
Play 3, 4
Girls State 3
Paper Staff 4
Annual Staff 4
Class Vice President I
Class News Reporter I
Glee Club l,2,Q,4
Boys State 3 V
Annual Staff 4
Student Manager 2, 3, 4
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CLASS HI TORY
In the fall of 1942 twenty eager first graders entered the front doors of the Darlington School,
ready for the beginning of the long struggle toward education. Of the twenty who started together
only seven are here to see the journey ended. Those seven are: Marilyn Valentine, Betty Anderson,
Marilyn Brown, Tom Surface, Terry Holt, David Goldsby, and Harold Robinson.
The first six years were spent gathering knowledge which, we were told, would be necessary to
us when we reached high school, and looking at the stairway enviously, waiting for the wonderful
day to come when we could ascend it into junior high school.
When that day finally came, we climbed the stairs with a cheerful outlook, only to find that all
was not as rosy as we had pictured it. We were lost at first, and then found that we were what was
considered by the upper classmen, "unnecessary evils".
Our entrance into high school as Freshmen proved to be one which we would never forget. We
chose Mrs. Surface as our sponsor, and started the year out with a bang by being initiated! We
enjoyed two class parties and sponsored a chicken supper and square dance to begin our class funds.
We were proud to contribute Tom Cain, Gene Tribbett, and Terry Holt to the basketball team.
Our Sophomore year was an exciting one for us. We acquired our grey and green class sweaters.
Mrs. Surface was our sponsor again and we enjoyed a nice Christmas party at her house. Again we
sponsored a chicken supper and square dance. Tom, Terry, and Gene again represented us on the
We began our junior year by receiving our class rings and conducting a very successful magazine
sale. Mr. Irwin and Mrs. Surface were elected our sponsors. In the fall we held a chili supper and
square dance. Our play, "Professor, How Could You", was one of the best ever presented at D. H. S.
Tom, Gene, and Terry were again on the baseball, basketball, and track teams. We cheered them
on to victory in the county basketball tourney. The highlight of our year was our beautiful Mardi
Gras Prom in honor of the Seniors.
In this our Senior year, we have looked eagerly toward graduation. We chose Mr. Gibbs and Mr.
Bowerman as sponsors. Early this year we had our pictures taken at the Smith Studio in Attica. We
have worked hard to make our "Chief" one of the best annuals yet put out by the Seniors. This year
we were proud of Terry, Tom, and Gene who were again on the baseball, basketball, and track teams.
We were also proud of Nancy Timmons, Janice Conner, and Marilyn Valentine who have been excep-
tionally good cheerleaders. Our Senior play, "A Case of Springtime was given March 31. Baccalau-
reate services were held on May l and Commencement on May 2. On May 8 we left Darlington on our
never-to-be-forgotten Senior trip through Washington D. C. and New York.
So ended our days at D. H. S. We know that no matter how far we may roam, we shall always re-
member the happy days spent at Darlington High School.
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