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One bright Autumn morning in September, 31 seekers-of-knowledge en-
tered the portals of dear old North Baltimore for the first time. Graduation time
for the 31 cmd the 13 more who were acquired on the way finally arrived this
Y Mr. Leidy was in charge of this place of learning for most of the 12 long
For the first years we were under the leadership of Miss Bechtel and Miss
Lytle. The following five years were used in learning the fundamentals of
higher education. Our teachers for this peiod were Miss Roach, Miss Trout-
Miss Alverna Fodey, Mrs. Dunn, Miss Ida Foley, Miss Tarr and Miss
In our seventh year we were taken up the stairs to get our first knowledge
of study halls. The teachers were Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Sponsler.
Mr. Chandler helpted us in our studies in the eighth grade, where we
also leamed the principals of drawing and writing.
In- the ninth grade we became freshmen, a name used to describe those
with no greater wisdom than apprentices. It was in this year that we first chose
our class officers. The officers were Hugh McCoy, Pat Swartz, Bonnie Sterling
and Bonnie Campbell. '
The next year we became sophomores. The officers of that year were
Bonnie Sterling, Pat Swartz and Ianice Clark.
Then came our busiest year, our Iunior one. Our advisors were Mr.
Bechtel and Miss McKelvey. Our officers were: Dudley Kramer, Ianis Blake,
Pat Swartz and Helen Hoffsis. Our homeroom teacher was Mrs. Miller. We
gave a three act comedy entitled "No Foolin' " and presented the seniors with
a gay colorful banquet entitled "Circus".
It was with great joy when at- last we entered our final year. Our spon-
sors were Mr. Chilcote and Miss McKelvey. Our officers for this year were
Gaylord Parsons, Helen Hoffsis, Bonnie Campbell and Ianice Clark. The home
room teacher was Mr. Aldrich, our new English teacher. The seniors helped
produce an Annual to leave in North Baltimore so that other classes might
benefit from their shining example.
On May 25, in the year of our Lord, 1950 we received our diplomas show-
ing that weiwere no longer apprentices but educated men and women.
After graduation we seniors took an educational sight seeing tour of the
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Keith Rush Bill Smith
Murylm Sieben Barbara Spillman
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