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Top Row, left to right: Lloyd Werking, Thelma Brenner, Audrey Semler, Donna Owens,
Wanda Thomas, and Hershel D. Ankrom, Jr.
Middle Row, left to right: james Crone, Mary Barlow, james Hall, Donald Faucett, Doris
Carroll, Richard House.
Bottom Row, left to right: Edward Pleasant, Enid McKillip, Martha Daniels, Helen Me'
Nabb, Ramona Miller, and Paul Stover.
SUPHUM URF HISTUR Y
On the unfortunate day of September the
fourteenth in the year of nineteen hundred
and fortyftwo a group of fourteen hoys
and girls started their journey to higher
learning as "Green Freshmen."
During our first year we survived the initif
tation and entertained the high school with
a Halloween Party. We also took part in
other school activities.
In the month of Septemher on the seventh
day, the year nineteen hundred and fortyf
three we entered the sophomore class. Durf
ing the year we lost two memhers and
gained two. This left us with our original
We helped show the freshmen how to
"take it" and have entertained the school
with an assemhly program and a play per-
iod. We also took part in various kinds of
programs given and various other activities
outside of N. L. H. S.
The class officers are: Edward Pleasant,
president: Hershel D. Ankrom, jr., vice'
president, Doris Caroll, secretaryftreasurer.
Cuhonnet and Gold.
'ifflimb though the rocks be rugged."”