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Row I-Clyde Allberry, Juanita Angel, Marjorie Bateman, David Bell, Bonnie Beery, Mary
Faye Beery, Harold Blackstone, Leona Blackstone, Mary Blair.
Row II-Helen Blum, Myrl Blum, Richard Bowers, Robert Bowlby, Tom Brown, Virginia
Brown, Mildred Buskirk, Freida Campbell, Max Carpenter.
Row III-Alice Casto, Dorothy Cecil, Ralph Chilcote, Ralph Clark, Jim Cole, Josephine
Conrad, Raymond Conrad, Jean Daubenmier, Betty Dawson.
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Eberest, Doris Edwards, Betty Engle, Annabelle Erwin, Jack Fox.
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Row X-Norma McMillin, Jean McQuade, Lenora Miller, Martha Miller, Wilma Mock,
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Row XI-Lewis Neff, Marion Neff, Harold Nihiser, Lester Nihiser, Jack North, Francis
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Row XII-Regina Procter, Paul Ringhiser, Jane Ann Roberts, Jack Robinette, Adaline
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Row XIII-Albert Shannon, Ardella Sheets, Jean Smith, Betty Snyder, Stanley Soliday,
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Row XIV-Joe Walburn, George Walker, Bob Warner, Don Weis, Don Wells, Dottie
Windsor, Betty Wolfe, Nancy Young.
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CALVIN POLLOCK BRUCE FICKLE Louisa LEHMAN FRED IACOBY
President Vice president Secretary Treasurer
JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
Eleven short years ago, we juniors started what seemed to us at that time a very
long journey before we could attain our ultimate goal-a diploma!
The Hrst six of these years, when we look back over them, seemed to be all alike.
At the time, though, history, geography, and the many other different subjects helped
to make each grade new and interesting.
Next came junior high school. After advancing this far we started taking a
more active part in school life. Here we had our student council representatives. Those
years we also attended dances held at junior high school.
Freshmen at last! Now we were really somebody! Many of the members of the
other classes thought of us as "just freshmen," but we never thought of ourselves as
that. This year we elected our first class officers. They were: president, Delmar
Mowery, vice president, Bruce Fickel, secretary, Catherine Fox, treasurer, jean Ann
Since we were now freshmen, we were invited to attend the football and
basketball dances. Our own freshman dance was a fitting climax to a very successful
Now we were sophomores. One step closer to that neverfforgotten goal. This
year we chose as our officers: president, Richard Stewart, vice president, Paul Goss,
secretary, Catherine Fox, treasurer, Mary jane Lanning. When Richard Stewart was
called to the armed forces, Paul Goss was advanced to president and Tom Brandt was
elected vice president.
This year we again attended the football and basketball dances. The outstanding
event of the year, however, was the juniorfsenior prom which we were invited to
Juniors! It seems almost impossible that we can be so close to our goal. Eleven
years ago it seemed to be almost unattainable, but here it is almost within our grasp.
This year we elected as our officers: president, Paul Goss, vice president, Calvin
Pollock, secretary, Louise Lehman, treasurer, Fred Jacoby. Again this year we had
a change of ofhcers when our president joined the navy. Calvin Pollock was elected
president, and Bruce Fickel, vice president.
The football and basketball dances were again well attended by us.
This year we sold turkey tickets before Thanksgiving day, ice cream and candy at
the county tournaments, and small lapel pins around the school in order to raise funds
to entertain the seniors at their last high school prom.
In thinking over this last year and putting it away with our memories of many
other happy ones, we look forward to our next and last attained, our goal, and sadness
because it will mean the last of our high school days together. W
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