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Bottom row fleft to right?-Charlayne Hall, Mary Lou Paul, Richard Baker, Phyllis
Smart, Shirley Smith, Shirley Harding, La Mar Vose, Nancy Moreland, Donna Schaeffer.
Top row-Miss Doris Davis, sponsor: Thelma Jean Rude, Donald YVall, Paul Caswell,
James Binkley, Lawrence Garman, Jack Stafford, Normagene Pabst, Carolyn Neutz.
Mary Lou Paul
My Favorite Cow
Setting the Clock Back
A Blond Senior Boy
Fishing for Suckers
Writing to Don Smith
Favorite Radio Program
The Lone Ranger
Hit the Jackpot
Hit the Jackpot
Watching a Certain SeniorWayne King
Flirting With All Boys
Going to Coldwater
Linda,s First Love
Luncheon at Sardy's
Famous Jury Trials
This ls Your F. B. I.
Bob Hope Show
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1. Beauty a 11 cl
2. P. Lake Inter-
3. Carl and Dor-
4. XX'h6I'E"S Bar-
5. XYliO' Dat?
6. X'Yinter Fun
S. Looking f 0 r
ll. Four Roses
12. Dol.: Burch
15. Sitting Pretty
16. Three Muske-
17. Cozy Couple
19. Iflappy Trio
'22, Cliai-ming? or
23. Glamor Pose
24. 21 la Lily
25. Here YVe Are
26. Mary Lou and
27. Don Juan
25. Sweet Sixteen
and-Look I Z!
29,VA Gal's Best
30. Apple Blossom
31. A Last Years
32, Former Class-
33. XV a l cl o-Ma-
35. A Thorn Be-
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37. Pajama Pa-
39. "C o p s a n d
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Treasurer r,,,,, Shirley Harding
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Seated Heft to right?-Shirley Harding, Shirley Smith, Richard
Baker, and Phyllis Smart.
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We entered the Junior class this year still upholding the title which has been ours for
three years now-the smallest class in high school.
In our Freshman year we began our high school career with twenty-hve pupils, losing
two, however, along the way. Our class officers who guided us through the year of
green and white were: Richard Baker, Presidentg Barbara Foulk, vice president, Shirley
Smith, Secretary-Treasurer, and Shirley Harding and LaMar Vose representing us in
Student Council. Coach Davis was our sponsor. The main event of our freshman year
was our initiation.
Under the blue and gold our class leaders were: Shirley Smith, President, Shirley
Harding, Vice President, Phyllis Smart, Secretary-Treasurer. LaMar Vose remained in
Student Council and Nancy Moreland was the other representative. Mr. Davis again did
a grand job as our sponsor. In September we had 19 pupils but by the end of the year
we had decreased to 16.
When we counted noses this fall we discovered that there were 17 "Jolly juniors".
We had three new pupils this year. Jean Rude joined us from Edon, Ohio, Mary Lou
Paul from Detroit, Michigan, and Norma Pabst came from Bronson, Michigan.
Our officers were: Richard Baker, President, Shirley Smith, Vice President, Shirley
Harding, Secretary-Treasurer and LaMar Vose and Phyllis Smart in Student Council.
Nancy Moreland and Phyllis Smart are the canteen managers with Shirley Smith and
Donna Schaeffer as their assistants. Although we chose a different sponsor this year we
kept it in the same family by choosing Miss Davis, whom has been most capable and a
great hel1p to us all.
Shirley Smith, from our class, was elected as cheerleader for the second year. LaMar
Vose, Richard Baker, and Lawrence Garman were active in basketball and they all cer-
tainly did a fine job.
The two most important events of this year were our class play "A Little Honey"
which all the juniors enjoyed presenting, and the reception which we Juniors were very
happy to give for our upper classmen, the Seniors.
We shall be back next year as "Sophisticated Seniors" for our final year in high
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