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H STORY OF THE SENIOR CLASS
Ten and two years ago in the year nineteen hundred
and twenty-six, the present Senior Claes embarked upon
the stormy sea of learning. we continued on our journey
without mishap until we entered the eighth grade. There
in the storm of county examinations, we lost a few of
our able seamen. The remainder of the class was able
to withstand the heavy downpour of questions shot to
them by the county superintendent and graduated with
Reverend R. E. Hamer delivering the address.
After graduation from the eighth grade we continued
on our sea of learning by becoming Freshmen in Milan
High School. we added a goodly number of seamen to fill
in the ranks of those who had already fallen by the
wayside. Of course, ae committed many ignorant acts
as Freshmen always do, but Mr. Taylor seemed to under-
stand our ignorance.
A little of our ignorance had worn off when we
became Sophcmoras. The class wo a prize of five
dollars for selling the most football season tickets.
One of our classmates, Marion Thompson, was M len's 11.
Queen at the Strawberry Festival.
When we became Juniors we were well upon our voyage
to graduation. Miss Johnnie was our class sponsor and
we accomplished much under her leadership. hrtha
Rhodes was an attendant to the Milan Queen. The class
entertained the Seniors with one of the most enjoyable
banquets ever given by a Junior Class.
We entered the Senior Class as a polished and re-
fined group of girls and boys. One of our most popu-
lar Senior girls, M rion Thompson, reigned over the
Halloween Ball. As Seniors we have enjoyed the many
privileges common to all Senior classes., We.hnvig.9
appreciated the sponsorship of Mr. Pittman and M s.
Clark. The Seniors have the honor of being the first
class to graduate from the new building. we are keep-
ing up our tradition of springing new ideas upon the
student body by publishing the Senior Class Annual.
We are looking forward to graduation where our voyage
on the sea will end at Milan, but we are sure that
it is only the beginning for many of us.
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