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Jean and Janice Canfield, Howard
Schmidt, Howard Hough, Fritz Rober-
son, and Frances Belmont started in
the first grade.
Arsene Martin started in the
second grade. Miss Munson was our
1 Miss Zeimet taught us in the
third and fourth grades. Eva Hagen
joined us in the fourth grade.
Connie Mitchell started the
fifth grade here. Mr. Hale was our
home room teacher.
With Mr. McDowell as teacher,
Etta Suckow started here in the sixth
Miss Ericson taught for half
of the seventh grade, with Miss Schwei-
gert taking over at the semester.
Raymond Branaugh joined us. Miss
Schweigert also taught us half of 1
the eighth year. Mrs. Simpson
us the rest of the year. Jack
derson came during this grade.
Starting high school with J.O.
Davis as sponsor the new students
that joined us were Ronnie Cornel-
' ison, Lester Herbert, and Bob Cox.
Elaine Leis, Glenda Engle and
Dianne Clines came during the Sopho
more year when we had Mrs. Lovegren
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Beverly Bradford started the
Junior year and Ronnie Cornelison
rejoined us. Mrs. Lovegren was our
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NWell, well,n remarked Mr. Quinn
one night in 1955 after a very dull even
ing of beating Custer in a basketball
game. HAS there is nothing else to dog ,
Now, here is an interesting article
HThe Alumni Newsn of the class of l9L8.
It says that Eva Hagen has a good job in
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New York. She is now modeling dresses on fT,JVid4fa"wQ2H?Tl.
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Inspired by all the pretty girls in d"
Hollywoodg Ronnie Cornelison and Bob Cox
left for California soon after they finished
school and have been there ever since.
James Goodart owns a big theater in
Chicago fseems he always was interested in
theatersl. For show girls he has some of
his old class mates: Elaine Leis, Dianne
Clines and Glenda Engle.
Beverly Bradford spends most of her J
time upon lookout towers. Her husband is
Forest Ranger Allen.
Do you know who is modeling for the
twins in magazines now? Well it is
other than Jean and Janice Canfield.
Arsene Martin and Jack Anderson have
got a patent on their latest invent-
the plastic corn remover.
Seems that Bill Stewart is coaching
one of the best basketball teams Georgia
Tech has ever had.
Connie Mitchell is still working in
a hospital over in Africa. Bet you can't
guess who the doctor is. Yes, its Lester
Raymond Branaugh joined the Navy and ,
found a cute little Hawaiian girl. He is
now married to her.
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Etta Suckow after trying her luck iyiwtig
at teaching, took a beauticians course.
She is now working in a beauty shop.
Seems as though Mardel Swift and
Betty DeNeui went into partnership. They
are running a nLonely Hearts Clubu in New
Fritz Roberson is using his apprec-
iation for beauty. He is judging beauty
contests in Hollywood.
Howard Schmidt is now a professor of
mathematics in the Columbia University.
South America has captured Howard
Hough. Seems he works there Ckeeping
the girls busyl.
Frances Belmont has given up the idea
of being an old maid school teacher. She
is just an old maid now.
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