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M R. Enwm' YEACER
Miss Br:u'ruA BURGAN
Miss MARY KYBHIEN
Cradvs 1, 2 and 3
M Rs. M ILDHED lXlAHLOW
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Miss c1HARl.0'l'l'E CREAL
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Grades 5 and 6
Mus. MARY Tlcmz
Crzulvs 4, 5 and 6
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Sponsor of Boys' 4-H
Sponsor of F. F. A.
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Crzulvs 2 and 3
Miss NrL1.1,1r: Nrzu,
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MRS. lXlAXINE KIRKLEY
Sponsor of Senior Class
M ISS BARBARA LANRY
Sponsor of junior Class
Asst. Sponsor of Blue Tri
MRs. ARLETTA WENIIHOLT
MR. PAUL OVERPECK
Miss Lois PAYTON
Sponsor of Girls, 4-H
M Rs. EDNA BLACK
MR. FRED SPENCI5:
Miss CLAIRI-1 lXlCDONAl.lJ
Sponsor of Freshman
Sponsor of C. A. A.
Rl Rs. ALICE Coma
Sponsor of Blue Tri
xl Rs. ERMA M ODESITT
Sponsor of Sophomore
Mus. BLANCIII: VVELLLIAN
Xllss ORPIIA HARPoLD
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Senior Class History
In the fall of 1942, 71 students entered the great institution, known as
Otter Creek High School in an attempt to further their education. Mrs. Bonnie
Abbott, our class sponsor, gave a party for us in the school cafeteria. Don Hike
was elected president, Bill Knopp, vice-president, and Barbara Weddle,
There were only 65 students enrolled in 1943. Our class party this year
was held in the gymnasium and chaperoned by Mr. Lamb. Bill Knopp was
elected class president, Bernard Grindle and Barbara Kirk were elected
vice-president and secretary-treasurer respectively.
As juniors we had a most eventful year, although there were only 40
students enrolled. Miss Hughes was our class sponsor, and Mrs. Gore was
her assistant. Frank Aldrich was elected president, and Don Hike and Ovid
Barnes were the other officers.
We sponsored a carnival in the gymnasium at Halloween called Goblin's
Harvest. ln the spring the Alumni staged a Fun Carnival, and Betty Boner, a
junior, won the popularity contest and was crowned "Queen of the Carnival."
We sold ma azine subscri tions to earn mone to finance the unior-Senior
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Reception, which was held at the Mayflower Room of the Terre Haute
House. We had two icnics at Forest Park, a bowlin art and a theater
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party during the school year.
As seniors we again elected Frank Aldrich, president of the class, Marvin
Smith was elected vice-president, Barbara Weddle, secretary and Norma Smith,
treasurer. Mrs. Kirkley and Mr. Lamb were the class sponsors.
Of the 34 seniors, William Creasey is already in the service of our country
and several others are slated to leave at the expiration of the term.
We had a fish fry at Forest Park. We also gave a class play entitled,
"Student Queen." Mrs. Kirkley directed the play, which was a big success.
We, the seniors of '45, have worked hard and played energetically, but
we have enjoyed the past four years, and now we bid adieu to dear old
Otter Creek High.
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