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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."
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Top row, left to right: Ermadean Shock, Melba Shafer, Wilma Fowler, and Ann McKillip.
Middle row, left to right: Henry Saul, Annabelle Goar, Mary Lou Faucett, Richard Beeson.
Bottom row, left to right: Vv'ayne Stringer, Gladys Chew. Garnet Maddix, and Harold Paul.
JUNIUR CLAS HISTURY
We entered our junior year facing the fact
that the end of the N. L. H. S. highway
was in sight. We had our Super Delux
filled with thirteen jolly juniors with our
sponsor, Miss Shroyer, at the wheel.
We were speeding along when hefore us
appeared "Mr, and Mrs. America." We
stopped to investigate and found ourselves
in the midst of presenting a threefaet com'
After some time we resumed full speed hut
were forced to stop in order to leave Doris
Owens in the care of her parents hecause
of ill health.
The most important event of the stops af
long the highway were yet to oecur. The
sign, "juniorfSenior Reception" loomed
just a few laps ahead. We stepped on the
gas and after many long hard days of work
and planning. we reaehcd the climax of
what we had heen striving for the past
By the time we had succeeded in making
this a memorable occasion for the Senior
Class we found that this would prohahly
he our last year with Dick Beeson whose
next stop will he an army camp.
Our class oflicers are: Wayne Stringer,
president, Gladys Chew, viqefpresidentg
Melha Shafer, secretary and treasurer.
Blue and Cold
"It is better to wear out than to rust out
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Top Row, left to right: Doris Pleasant, joe Bob Blunk, Myron Matney, and Wanita Russel.
Middle Row, left to right: Eugene Kirkendall, Wanda Stover, Helen Snow, and john Chew.
Bottom Row, left to right: Albert Lee Bennet, Charles Luellen and Theodore McKillip.
FRESHMJIN CLASS HISTURY
In the fall of 1943 twelve green Freshmen
took their place in the assembly. Four of
them were new in our school, three from
Ashland and one from Sulphur Springs.
On Friday, September 24, we all came to
school the funniest looking group anyone
had ever seen. Eugene Kirkendall got the
prize for the worst looking. In the evening
we were taken to Memorial Park where we
had a weiner roast and a good time.
In October we had the Halowe'en party, as
was the custom, but this time it was diff
ferent. We invited the whole community.
We started the second semester with our
original twelve students. In january Roy
Brenneman moved to Connersville.
March 14 we went to New Castle to have
our pictures taken for the annual, and
March 17 we had our assembly program.
This program included a onefact play,
"Paul Loses the Ration Books." Four of
our boys took part in the USO program in
Although our class is small, we hope to con'
tribute our part to the school. This year'
our class furnished a yell leader, the stud-
ent manager, pianist for chorus, two in
school orchestra, five in chorus, three o'1t
for basketball, two out for baseball. four in
4fH, one in Service Club, and five in Boost'
er Club. Mrs. Leakey is our sponsor.
Our class oilicers are: Charles Luellen,
Presidentg Roy Brenneman, VicefPresidentg '
Helen Snow, Secretaryffreasurer.
Blue and Silver.
"Follow the Gleam.
Follow the Gleamf'
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