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Class of 1982
May our yesterdays light the way to tomorrow
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The Class of 1982 began its school career back in 1969 with Bill Brewer, Shaun Dennis, Charles DeVore, Ricky
Dunn, Jim Hosmer, Brent Irvine, James Jackson, Jimmy Parsons, Mark Prutsman, Bill Space, Mark Stewart, Roger
Williams, Karen Baker, Yvette Davis, Yvonne Davis, Joni Friends, Ardis Kelley, Joanna Lewis, Michelle Ball, Bonita
Murphy, Tammy Price, Bonnie Sherwood, Molly Russell, Pam Stephens, Joan Stuart, Darlene Sutton, Julie Waight,
and Katrina Walker.
Since then, we have lost a few classmates, but gained many more: Ed Petras, Carla Morseman, Gerry and Jerry
Reynolds, Rick Taft, Connie Taft, Chris Button, Sue Spicer, Laurie Whritenour and Jane Squire.
In seventh grade, we started out junior high as very lost individuals: stacks of books, crowded halls and the confusion
of pink, yellow and white passes.
In the eighth grade the major event was the eighth grade speaking contest. Brent and Darlene placed first, Ed and Jo-
anna took second and Ardis came in third. Brent took second place in the Campbell county contest. The eighth grade
also had their annual Book Fair and we all enjoyed our first money making activity.
Upon graduating from eighth grade, there were 29 members of the Class of 1982. Joanna was our valedictorian and
Shaun was the salutatorian. Brent won the history award, Bill S. and Darlene won the Good Citizenship Award.
In our freshman year, we began the wonder of high school. Activities such as the car wash and bake sale provided not
only profit but much fun.
As sophomores, we proudly sponsored our first dance and roller skating party. Our academic studies continued and
we learned more each day. Our teachers became not only figures of authority and knowledge worthy of our respect, but
also true friends.
While in the junior class, we continued with our money making projects: a dance, a roller skating party, and the
magazine sales. Chris received a six foot tall banana and a radio for selling the most subscriptions. In October, we
received our class rings, we will never forget the thrill of that day or our disappointment when they did not fit!
Our senior year has been extremely busy. In the fall we presented our senior play, WHO DUNIT?, which all
participants thoroughly enjoyed. We also had our annual dance and roller skating party. The class also journeyed to
Elmira to see the play, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, and then went out to dinner.
Class officers were elected and Jim Hosmer was chosen to be President, Joni - Vice-President, Darlene -
Secretary, and Ed - Treasurer.
The major activity of the year was the publishing ofthe yearbook. Brent and Joanna were chosen as co-editors, yet the
cooperation of the entire class made the book possible.
Throughout thirteen years at J.C.S. the class of '82 has grown very close and we have enjoyed our school days
together. It seems hard to believe, but graduation, a goal for which we have diligently worked, will soon be upon us. Fol-
lowing this, we must each go our separate ways. However, J.C.S. and its many memories will always remain a part of us.
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