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We started our Sophomore year with eight members. A
week later Barbara Pence, from Mt. Summit, came to
join us. Two girls were glad to make it three in a
class with a majority of boys.
Our big event of the fall was the NCountry Carnivaln
that we sponsored. It was a community affair and en-
joyed by all. Another event of importance to us the
first semester was ordering our class rings. It was a
happy day for us when they came, for we were really
proud of them.
In order to increase our class funds we sold cokes all
year. Other money making affairs were selling hot
dogs and having a chili supper.
In the second semester we were joined by Wendell Poor,
from Sulphur Springs. Again we were glad for another
member, as our class was still sma1l.L
Sophomore class contributions include: six boys out
for basketball--Burchett, King, Huddleston, Wilkinson,
Poor and Garving three boys out for baseba11--Bur-
chett, Huddleston and Kingg two girls in the band--Bet
ty Stringer and Ruth Ann Herrg one girl in F.H.A.-Bar
bara Penceg Betty Stringer is also a yell leader and
all three girls are members of the Booster Club.
Mrs. Aldred is the class sponsor.