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Page 11 text:
In the fall of l94l, forty-three frightened and very much bewildered
children came to school for the first time. Of these, twelve were
destined to graduate from good old Huntington Twp. They were Joanne Reed
Bob Gordon, Ronald Yake, Jerry Tobin, Max Thrasher, Richard McHenry,
Burdell Hildebrand, Dean Barton, Dick Benson, Fred Dittcn, and Devoe Cobbs.
The class was divided and the teachers were Mrs. Steele and Miss Michels.
Starting the second serester we had another member, he was Gale Ruschhaupt
Finding that school wasn't so bad after all, we found ourselves
ready for the second grade. Our class was again divided, this time between
Mrs. Vernerder and Miss Borders. The class was again increased by the
addition of Mary Merryman from Riley and Donald Vickery from Rock Creek.
Starting to get used to the old grind we again found the class
divided between Mrs. Vernerder and Miss Fleck. The new faces in the class
were Carolene Robbins from Bippus, Anita Stricker from State Street School,
and David Ellet from
We started the fourth grade with Miss Gesaman as our teacher and this
tire the class was not divided. The new addition to the class was
Barbara Harrell from
The fifth was really a thrill because we were having our first man
teacher Mr. Kitt, who disliked spelling as much as we did, instead he
read stories to us. The new additions were Regina Rinehart from Horace
Mann and Donna Keplinger from Jefferson.
Starting to feel that we were really getting along in school we were
finally ready for the sixth grade. Our teacher was Miss Bitner. The new
members of this class were Waneta Frantz and John Gibson from Lincoln,
and Richard Johnson from Roanoke.
Now that we were finally in Junior High, we felt as if we were Big
Wheels. Our Sponsor was Mr. Pence.
In discovering how things are run we entered the eighth grade.
Again our sponsor was Mr. Pence. The class was two members less this
year because of Anita Stricker and Richard Johnson moving away.
Then we were in high school and a little confused about majors, minors
and credits. Our sponsor was Miss Link. The newconers were Frank Garrison
from Clear Creek and Spencer Fisher who care in the last part of the year
As we were getting adjusted to high school we started our Sophonore
year. Our sponsor was Mrs. Davis. The class was missing one member, this
being Gale Ruschhaupt. Also Richard Johnson was back from a year at Union.
With a host of new activities and duties to attend to we started a
very busy Junior year. Our sponsor was Mrs. Johnson. There were three
new members although
Anita Stricker, this
High, and Paul Shull
At last we were
since we were in the
two had previously attended school here. They were
time fror Larwill, Gale Ruschhaupt from Huntington
from Cochran, Pennsylvania.
finally to the point that we had dreamed about ever
first grade. Our sponsor for this, our Senior and
very last year, was Mrs. Johnson.
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