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THE CLASS OF 1948
Class Day May 26, 1947
Iilph Goss, junior class president, receives key
from Hill Schnaiter, senior class president
Four long hard years ago we seniors of 1948
entered the Martinsville High School as freshmen.
That year we pulled together for the first time, to
elect class officers. These places were well nlled
by Robert Keller as president: Eph Goss, vice-
presidentg and Carol Coleman, secretary-treas-
urer. Our sponsors were Miss McCoy and Mr.
The next year, as sophomores, we readily ac-
cepted our position to look down upon the "green"
freshmen. Also, we became engaged in various
clubs and activities. Fortunately, we again suc-
ceeded in electing efficient officers with Bill
Bates, presidentg Eph Goss, vice-presidentg and
Colleen Alexander, secretary-treasurer. Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Young were now our sponsors.
As juniors, Eph Goss became our president: Bill
Bates, vice-presidentg Carol Coleman, secretary,
and Ruth Tabb, treasurer. Again, the walls of
our house moved out, and we found ourselves in a
greater world. The first semester was marked with
our class play, "Sing for Your Supper." The
second semester brought us a class party, and
finally, the high-light of the year, the Junior-
Senior Prom. Our theme for this was the "Mardi
Gras," and we shall never forget the fun we had
decorating the old gym, with Mr. Bowers as spon-
Now we are seniors, and for this big event we
re-elected Eph Goss president. Larry St. John be-
came vice-president, Betty Long, secretaryg and
Pat Dixon, treasurer. Miss Rose and Mr. McGlas-
son, we hope, will see us through our last year.
We have all become proud of our position and our
school-as we work for our class play, our year-
book, Class Day, Baccalaureate, and finally-
Seated: Iiphriam Goss, presidentg Miss Margaret Rose, sponsor, Larry St. John, vice president,
Betty Long, secretary
Standing: Patty Dixon, treasurer, Mr. Maurice McGlasson, sponsor
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