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SENIOR CLASS UFFICERS
President, Bill Bradshawg Vice President, Ronald Davidg Secretary-Treasurer, Judith Barrett.
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
The memorable days of the class of "54', began in the fall of 1950 with the hope of
Under the guidance of our sponsor, Mrs. Ramey, our freshman class began to take
shape. With the accomplishment of the St. Patrick's Day party, we ended our year
with great enthusiasm, looking forward to our sophomore year.
Our second year was one of some disappointment, brought about by the breaking
away of about half of our class by a newly formed school district. However, the re-
in ining class continued with remarkable adjustment. The Valentine Party was one
of the highlights of the school year.
By the third year the school operations were again normal, The prom, football
dance and junior play sponsored by our class, were deemed successful.
Events of our senior year included the senior play, midnight show and senior
We hold pleasant memories as we look back over the years at our accomplishments.
As a result of our four years in D.C.H.S., we feel that we can enter into the world
with open minds and high hearts.