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President .,..., Francis Parsons
President ,,,, Maynard Stafford
Treasurer .....,...,.. Fred Ireland
Student Council ,,,,,,,, Barbara
Foulk and Bud Keyes
Seated lleft to l'i2llllf'I"l'RIll'lS Parsons, Barbara Foulk, Bud Key S
Standingrilfred Ireland, Maynard Stafford.
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In the fall of 1945, thirty-two "green fresh-
men" entered Fremont High School. Among the
thirty-two were some who had never been here be-
fore. These were: Wauneta Rakestraw, Billy Bryan,
Esther Fritz, Elnora Post, Richard Brown, Adam
Steele, and Edward Adams. Later in the year Lil-
lian Scott joined us from Pittsford. During the year
we suffered our initiation and enjoyed quite a few
parties. Mrs. Margaret McLain was our sponsor and
our class oflicers were as follows: President, Bob
Hardingg Vice President, Bud Keyes, Secretary-
Treasurer, Fred Ireland, Student Council Members,
Francis Parsons and Virginia Foster.
In 1946 we entered school again as "Silly Soph-
0mores" and found we had acquired three more
members: Vivian Dergins, Raymond Fritz, and James
Shafferg but we had lost Eva Mae Schaeffer and Vir-
ginia Hantz. Later in the year we welcomed two
more members-Bob St. Johns and Bob Ryan, both
from Orland. Before the year was over, however, we
lost Estel Parsons, Bob St. Johns, Franklin Beebe,
and Fred Clay. This year Mr. Max Mitchell was our
sponsor and our officers were: President, Maynard
Stafford, Vice President, Bob Harding, Secretary-
Treasurer, Virginia Fosterg Student Council Members,
Bud Keyes and Janet Hadley. This year we had the
pleasure of initiating the green freshmen. I'm sure
the memory of it will linger in the minds of our
class and those of the under-classmen. We felt very
fortunate in having a member of our class as Fre-
mont's candidate for Queen in the Fisherman's Jubi-
lee. She was Janet Hadley.
When school started again we entered as "Jolly
Juniorsn. Two new members joined us but left in a
few days. They were Ardith Betts and Beverly Bond.
We had also lost Billy Bryan, Robert Ryan, lla Mae
Straw, Orville Davis, and Edward Adams. Mr. Robert
I-Ienney was our sponsor. Our otiicers were: Presi-
dent, Ira Clark, Vice President, Fred Irelandg Student
Council Members, Bud Keyes and Vivian Dergins.
This year we put on our first class play. It was
"Professor, How Could You", a three-act comedy.
We also enjoyed the Junior-Senior Banquet which
was held at the Valencia Gardens in Fort Wayne.
Now we are "Sophisticated Seniorsn. We gained
two new members: Donald Green and Edmund Gir-
rel. We were sorry to lose Bob Waggoner, who mov-
ed to Oklahoma, and Lillian Scott who moved to
Arizona. Mrs. Joyce Reed was chosen as our class
sponsor. Our class officers were: President, Francis
Parsonsg Vice President, Maynard Staffordg Secretary-
Treasurer, Fred Ireland, Student Council Members
were Barbara Foulk and Bud Keyes. This year our
Senior play was a three-act comedy called "The
Adorable Impn. We are very proud of the boys who
represented our class in varsity sports throughout the
years. The Seniors were honored by the Juniors of the
County at a reception held April 22, at Potawatomi
Inn in Pokagon State Park. The Senior class felt
deeply the loss of our principal, Paul Bailey. Mr.
Bailey was a friend to us all. He understood us and
helped us with all our problems, no matter how large
or small. His memory and his effect on our lives
will remain with us, always.
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