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The Ship's Doctor
Every ship must keep a log. Our log records only the sunny hoursf-
an unbroken stream of amusing though well-worn anecdotes of favorite class-
mates. That comic spirit is our defense against all the storms that blow-a
fairy goddess waving a wand that is silver-bright.
As the old sea-farer tells a tale, so we have a story of our school fun.
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TOP LEFT-Young projectionists with the slide machine.
TOP RIGHT-Candidates for Y-Teen queen pause on the front steps
BOTTOM LEFT-The Walker Family at a basketball game.
BOTTOM RIGHT-Chuck Lillie putting finishing touches on a table.
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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY-1952
Twelve years ago the class of 1952 began
their search for knowledge. The first few days
were difficult but soon we lost our shyness and
became fast friends. Of this group fourteen
have been classmates throughout their school
life. They are: Edward Farabaugh, James
Haines, Robert Cfarl-son, Bruce Loo-mis, Robert
Ol-lilfa, Marilyn Jerome, Barbara Ames, How-
ard Brooks, Edward Larko, Joanne Ollila, Allan
Thomas, Gaylord Rogers, James Leyman, and
Among the kind and thoughtful teachers
who have helped us along the path of learning
one of the most memorable was Mrs. Clarence
Bidlack. Even now we hear some of our class-
mates still boasting about the American flag
they made under her supervision.
Soon we found the school years passing,
never to forget our grade school plays. The
first week in the high school building was try-
ing because finding our way to classrooms was
very new to seventh graders. Through the help
of our teachers we were quickly straightened
In our freshman year we sincerely wel-
comed Robert Connolly, Thomas Koskinen, Ar-
thur Rebovich, Kaye Archibald, Patricia Hay-
ford, JoAnn Tisch, Robert Bailes, and Henrietta
Kirkland from Lenox.
As our community began to grow, we
acquired many new students in our twelve
years. They are Jo Ann Stevens, Beverly Stoll,
Lynn Smith, Betty Tietz, Clara Stevens, David
Wilson, Edward Clifton, Norman Taylor, Taft
Webb, Beverly Overly, Norman Larson, Sandra
Simpson, James Edgar, Donald Benjamin,
Carole Smith, Clara Lillie, and Ka-th-erine Mc-
We were initiated into the many organiz-
ations as "freshies." We certainly enjoyed the
wide choice of extra-curricular activities in
which we have been able to participate.
In our sophomore year we were eligible to
join the high school chorus. Of course we will
all remember the band and chorus trip to
Springfield where we entered the state con-
As juniors we took on the great responsi-
bility of earning money for the Junior-Senior
Prom which was held at the Unionville Tavern
on May 18.
Our class officers, who were President, Ed-
ward Farabaughg Vice President, Clara Lillie,
Secretary, Clara Stevens, Treasurer, David Wil-
son, should receive a great deal of the credit
for our success in our eleventh school year.
Also during this year we put on our first play
'tTatttletale" directed by Miss Mary Britt.
In our final ye-ar at Jefferson High we elect-
ed Edward Farabaugh as our president, James
Haines as vice-president, and Carole Smith as
Many of our classmates have been active in
band, chorus, National Honor Society, Y-Teens,
G. I, A., Athletic Association, and all the vari-
ous sport aotivities.
As we remember all the h-appy days we
have had, we would like to express our grati-
tude to the teachers and friends who have
guided us, and we hope that we will make you
proud of us in the future.
Senior Clsss Song-1952
Soon it will be May again
Then we'll graduate
Good-bye teachers one and all
We're offf to meet our fate.
Farewell to you students of dear Jeff High
We tip our hats as we tell you gofod-bye
Our memories will linger on
And even though that we are gone
You'1l always be near to our hearts.
We're out to conquer the worlds yet unknow-n
And try to reap seeds that we have sown
The time draws near when we must leave you here
So now we'll say farewell to you.
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