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Betty Lou Britt and Glenn Joyner
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Joyce Edwards and Charles Martin
"Young and Beautiful"
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Inl954, we the graduating class of
1958, ente red high school. There were
sixty-five of us unde r the supervision of
Malcolm Bender, Leroy Pittrnan, and
RobertSanderson. During the year we lost
Norwood Daniels ,BlendaSutton,Faye
Thornton, Lois Bradford, Gerald Bradford,
W ilbu r Hall, Faye Mercer, Louise New-
comb, Harrell Garris , Charlie Helen
Weeks, Billy Ray Toler, and Marie West-
brook. We enjoyed our classparty at
We returned to high School as sopho-
mores qu i t e reduced in number with only
forty-nine students. To greet us that year
were Miss Evelyn Davis and Mrs. Henry
Cox. Since we had experienced the routines
of h i gh school, we had very little trouble
settling down to work.
B e adie Thompson and George Issac
Joynerleft, but we gained Billie Ann Cauld-
er to fill one of the vacancies.
This year our class party was at
Herman Park. Afterwards, most of us en-
joyed a movie.
After a short vacation, we returned as
juniors re ady to undertake the responsi-
bilities that were before us. Our instruct-
or this yea r wa s Miss Elizabeth Lewis,
who led us through our many activities.
At our first class meeting, we elected
our o ffi c e r s fo r the year. 'fhey were!
President, James Weaver: Vice-President,
Landis Neal, Secretary-Treasurer, Philip
Hood. H '
The h i gh lights of that year were the
Junior P l a y , "The Whole Truth," and
Junior-Senior B a nqu e t , which were both
To end our junior year, we had a
Weiner roast at Goldpark Lake.
On September 3,1957, fo rty-six ex-
cited seniors proudly took their placesin
the s e nio r homeroorns with Miss Sandra
Donaldson and Mrs. John Lowdermilk.
Our o ffi c e r s 'werez President, Dora
Lee T h o r n t o n 3 Vice-President, Charles
Marting Se c retary, Ann Summerling
Treasurer, BillyStevens, Reporter, Becky
Jones, Historian, Erlene Head.
Soonafterwe began school, we started
work on our annual. In order to finance the
annua1,we sold ads and gave a chicken stew
suppe :r which was a success though we
One of our greatest thrills was when
we received our class rings. How proud we
were to be flashing them around showing
them to our underclassmenl
During the first part of the year Miss
Donaldson le ft us, and Mrs. Bob Bradley
came to take her place.
As the end of the year approached, we
looked forward to the Senior Play and being
the guest of the Juniors at the Junior-Senior
Banquet. We shall neve r forget these
u We ended our twelve years of school
by receiving our diplomas. Tomorrow we
will go out into the world to seek our in-
dividual happiness axid' success.
A Charles Martin
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