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President . . . . Gordon Miller
Vice-President . . . . . Dale Owen
Secretary .... . . Beverly Fischer
Treasurer .... . Dolores Noffsinger
StudentCounci1 Rep. . . . . . . . . .Melvena Davies
At the first meeting of their freshman year, the class
elected Eddie Kozma as president, Pat Williams, vice-pres-
identg Beverly Fischer, secretary, and Ray Scudder, student
council representative. The first big event of the year was
initiation, followed by the traditional party given by the sopho-
more class for the frosh.
The sophomore year was just one more step toward a
goal-graduation. The class chose as their leaders: RayScud-
der, president, JerryRobbins, vice-president, BeverlyFis-
cher, secretary, Pat Williams, treasurer, and Melvena
Davies, representative. Members of the class participated
in their first play, "You're Only Young Once," which was a
In their junior year, the class chose Pat Williams as
president, Gloria Waddell, vice-president, Beverly Fischer,
secretary, Dale Owen, treasurer, and Ray Scudder, rep-
resentative. They presented their annual play, 'A Howling
Success," which proved worthy of its name.
For the first time, the juniors and seniors combined their
Proms and the results were a just reward. In addition, the
juniors treated the seniors to the annual banquet in May.
In their last, but most eventful year, the seniors com-
pleted various projects, which enabled them to take the long
awaited trip to Washington.
After the presentation of the annual play, 'Prince Mi-
chaels," more three act plays, as well as one act plays were
on their way. The juniors and seniors again combined their
proms into one big eventful night-
In May they were guests of the juniors at the traditional
banquet. They would like to thank Mrs. Kline, who has been
their friend and sponsor since the freshman year, for making
'Climb though the rocks be rugged'
Pink and Grey
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