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Tl-IE FULTON FORUM
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THE FULTON FORU
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
On a beautiful September morning in 1932, the largest group of Freshmen ever
known to Fulton at that time assembled in the school auditorium. After Mr. Ramsey
talked to us a while he assigned us to our homerooms. Our teachers gave us Our
schedules and book lists, then we were dismissed. Thus ended our first day in high
school, which began our 'high school career. We are proud of the fact that a large
group of our Freshmen were on the Honor Roll. During our Freshman year we were
saddened by the death of our dearly beloved teacher and friend, Mrs. Ruth Ralston
Johnson, who died March 13, 1933.
In the fall of '33 we re'entered Fulton, acquainted now with our school and
faculty, and proud that we were no longer Freshmen. Many of our students took part
in the various activities afforded at Fulton.
Our Junior year came, bringing us many honors. Seven members of Our class
were elected to the Fulton Chapter of The National Honor Society-Anabel Buckner,
Evelyn Cawthon, Dorothy Larimore, Laura Pierce, Mary Ruth Sheils, Mary Nell
Taylor, and Wenham White. The annual dance given to the Seniors by the juniors
was held in the school auditorium, and was apparently a success.
At last we are Seniors! What a grand feeling. We feel very important now
and are proud of it. This year the membership Of the National Honor Society was
increased by nine members from our Senior Class-Shirley Beasley, Willie Mae
Cathcart, Marian Davis, Eva Fuller, Charles Gafnea, Elizabeth Gibson, Virginia
McLain, Bessie Peacock, and Alma Rogers. Cne fact that we are very proud of is
that our school won the banner for the best-drilled A Company, under the leadership
of Marvin Kennedy, at the annual R. O. T. C. day exercises, held this year at
Even though we are somewhat glad to finish high school, we hate to leave dear
ole Fulton and the dear Faculty we have learned to love so well. Regardless of the
fields that we might enter into, we shall always have pleasant memories of the days
spent at Fulton High School.
ELIZABETH GIBSON '36,
WILLIE MAE CATHOART
IJITARY RUTH SI-IsILs
MARY NELL TAY LGR I
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THIQ FULTON FORUM
O F F I C E R S
President ,....... ................. ...... J o HN HOPKINS
Vice President ........ .... C . P. GILLELAND
Secretary and 'Treasurer .,,.. WILLIAM BARREIT
H O N O R R O L L
DEAN MCCALL NELLIE SMITH
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