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Tumbling Club '54, Hobby Club '55, Art Club '56.
WATSON, MARTHA SUE
Junior High Chorus '53, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, Treasurer Home-
room '53, '54, Secretary '55, Senior Girls' Athletic Club '54, '55, '56.
WEBB, PAUL RONALD
North Star Club '53, '54, '55, '56, Honor Society '55, '56, Vice-Presi-
dent Spring '56, Citizenship Club '53, '54, Nature Study Club '53, Most
Studious Boy '56, Civitan Medalist '56.
Reading Club '53, '54, '55, Library Staff '53, '54, '55, '56, Senior
Girls' Athletic Club '55, '56, Band '53, Honor Society '55, '56, Most
Bashful Girl '56, Polaris Staff '56.
Tumbling Club '53, '54, '55, Senior Activity Club '56, Senior High
Chorus '55, '56.
Student Council '53, '54, '55, '56, Newspaper Club '53, '54, '55,
Band '56, Pep Band '56, Band Club '56, Drama Club '55,'Plays '55,
Civitan Show '55, '56, Solo Ensemble '56, Citizenship Club '55, '56,
Vice-President "55, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, '56, Music Festival '54,
'55, 56, All-State Chorus '55, '56, School Quartet '55, President Student
Junior Red Cross '53, Reading Club '53, '54, '55, Honor Society '55,
'56, Senior Girls' Athletic Club '55, '56, Cutest Girl '56.
Have we, as the Class of '56, been suf-
ficiently "over-awed" even by the "mighty
name" of SENIOR?
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"B" Team Football '52, Varsity '53, "B" Team Basketball '53, Varsity
'54, '55, '56, Fire Patrol '54, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, '56, Senior
Activity Club '56.
Secretary Homeroom '53, Drama Club '53, '54, '55, Student Council
'56, Senior High Chorus '56, Senior Activity Club '56, Friendliest Girl '56,
Polaris Staff '56.
Varsity Football '52, 53, '54, '55, Junior Christian Bowl '53, All-City
'55, Co-Captain '55, Junior High Chorus '53, Senior High Chorus '54, '55,
Junior High Basketball '53, Junior High Track '53, Golf Team '54, '55,
'56, Letter Club '53, '54, '55, '56, President Homeroom '53, '55, Bach-
elor of Ugliness '56, T 81 I Club '56.
THOMPSON, JO ANN
Junior Red Cross '53, '54, '55, President '54, Senior Girls' Athletic
"B" Team Football '53, Art Club '55.
TOMLIN, MARY EVELYN
Treasurer Homeroom '53, Senior "Y" Teens '53, Senior Girls' Athletic
Club '54, '55, Student Council '54, '55, '56, Senior High Chorus '54, '55,
'56, Music Festival '54, '55, All-State Chorus '55, Honor Society Fall '54,
'56, Senior Activity Club '56, Polaris Staff '56.
VANATTA, NANCY RAY
Art Club '53, Secretary-Treasurer Homeroom '53, '54, Junior Girls'
Athletic Club '54, Student Council '54, '55, '56, Secretary '56, Drama
Club '54, Attendant Football Queen '54, Football Queen '55, Senior
High Chorus '55, '56, Secretary-Treasurer Senior Class '56, Honor Society
'55, '56, Treasurer '56, Senior High Cheerleader '56, Best All-Round
Girl '56, Polaris Staff '56.
Senior Girls' Athletic Club '53, '54, '55, Student Council '54, '55,
Treasurer Homeroom '53.
WARREN, J. C.
President Homeroom '53, '54, Junior High Softball '53, Junior High
Track '53, "B" Team Football '53, Varsity '53, '54, '55, Junior Christian
Bowl '53, Hobby Club '53, Dragnet Club '54, Letter Club '55, '56.
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CLASS PROPHECY of '56
lt has been nearly three days since we have slept. For six long years we have blzaed this wilder-
ness through hardships and triumphs. The iourney has ended and we have now turned our separate
ways. Back at the Settlement of Seniors I have discovered what road each has taken.
This morning on my way to the village store to pick up a few provisions, I chanced upon Byrns Boner
in an open field training for the coming baseball season. As we chatted, I learned that Bobby Connelly
and wife, the former Gail Hethcote, were now settled in their new cabin on Carter's Creek, named for
Howard Carter, prominent politician of the area.
Approaching the clearing, I saw the General Store, on the outside of which hung a sign, "Ronald R.
Morgan, Proprietor." Pulling up to the hitching post was Woodard Neal, owner of Woodard's Worm
Ranch, bringing IOO quarts of his special Red Wrigglers for Mr. Morgan to help him sell. On entering the
store I spied Mrs. Charlie Schroeder lformer Peggy Hinesl and Mrs. Jerry Marsh iformer Nancy Vanattai
purchasing bolts of gingham for children's school clothes. Salesladies Wanda Cantrell and June .lakes
were doing their best to sell the striped piece.
Paul Stewart, another customer, was purchasing fishing hooks and bait in preparation for a weekend
fishing trip to White's Creek. Paul informed me that Margaret Richardson was the new "schoolmarm"
at Parman grade school, named in honor of Harry Parman, lawyer, scholar, and chemist, living near-by.
As I was weighing up some gunpowder, in strolled newsboy Jimmy Randalls with a large bundle of
"Green Gazettes," a weekly newspaper published and edited by Nancy Green. Headlined on the front
page was "Doctor Donald Russell Discovers Cure for Rare Disease." At the bottom of the page was a
story concerning a concert to be presented by debutante Jacquelin Raines, accompanied by Larry Womack
and his orchestra. Scanning the gossip column, I discovered an item about Billy Fudge and Frank Barnes,
the town's most handsome and eligible bachelors, who were honored at a recent social. Frank and Billy
were leaving for the big city.
Society news announced the wedding of Nancy Sledge and Leo Singer. Another story revealed
that Roma Ramer, famous dancer, was touring the New England states.
I laid the paper on the counter in time to catch a glimpse of the new sheriff passing by. I was told
that the townpeople had recently elected Billy Grizzle to that office and he had appointed Jerry Blair
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