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Page 16 text:
Our class started in 1946, with Mrs. Roy Mitchell as our teacher. Ray Brown,
Larry Paxton, Fred Wells, Virginia Parret, Edith Paxton, Linda Wiggins, and Linda
Carris made up our class.
In the second grade we lost Edith Paxton and Ray Brown. We gained Dean Downey.
Our teacher was Mrs. Roy Mitchell.
In the third grade our class consisted of Virginia Parret. Linda Wiggins, Dean
Downey, Larry Paxton, Fred Wells, Linda Carris, Ruth Jeffery, Howard Johnson,
Richard Mowery, and Harry Hartly. Our teacher was Mrs. Guy Davis.
Our class, in the fourth grade, gained Deanna Davson, Janice Woolums, and George
Day. Our teacher was Mrs. Guy Davis.
In the fifth grade we gained Marsalyn Coil, Robert Fairchild, John Myers, Allan
Tarbell, Paul Garrells, and Howard Johnson. Our teacher was Mrs. Ruth Holliman.
We gained Jim Barker and Harry Hartly in our sixth year. Our teacher was
Mrs. Ruth Holliman.
The seventh grade class was just the same as the sixth except our teacher was
We graduated from the eighth grade with twelve classmates. Linda Carris, Ruth
Jeffery, Janice Woolums, Lindawiggins, Robert Fairchild, Howard Jolmson, John
Myers, Fred Wells, Jim Holcomb, Dean Downey, Richard Mowery, and Ronald Pickard.
Helen Winters was our teacher.
In our freshman year we had Linda Carris, Ruth Jeffery, Linda Wiggins, Janice
Woolums, Lynda Davis, Beverly Hedlund, Bob Fairchild, Jim Holcomb, Howard Johnson,
John Myers, Fred Wells, Dean Downey, Wayne Hadley, Richard Mowery, Ronald
Pickard, Leroy Shull, and Barry Ward.
Our sophomore year we lost Linda Wiggins, Ruth Jeffery, Howard Johnson, and
In our junior year we gained Portia Gonzalez.
Our class now contains eleven classmatesg Linda Carris, Janice Woolums, Lynda
Davis, Beverly Hedlund, Portia Gonzalez, Wayne Hadley, Fred Wells, John Myers,
Ronald Pickard, Jim Holcomb, Leroy Shull, We lost Dean Downey.
Page 15 text:
JIMMY RAY HOLQCOMB
Ech0Staff---?---- - 4
Junior Play- - 4 - - - 3
Senior Play- - ' - - - 4
Basketball- - - - 2-3-4
Varsity - - - - 3-4
Class Motto ----- "Success Is Our Aim".
Colors ----- Red and White
Class Flower ------- Red Rose
President ----- Wayne Hadley
Page 17 text:
lust Will and Testament
I, Lynda Davis, will my pony tail to Mary Marshall, my ability to be quiet to
Connie Grimes, and my position on the honor roll fproviding I stay therel to
I, Beverly Hedlund, will my job as librarian to Ruth Copeland and I hope she
does better than I did, my back seat in the assembly to Darrell Tarrence and I
hope he tries to be as "good" as I was, my job in the kitchen to Marlene Mathias
and I'm sure she'll like it as well as I did. "Don't spill milk on anyone Marlene"!
I, Ronald Pickard, will my books to Richard Dean, my basketball suit to
Forrest Edwards, my baseball suit to Darrell Tarrence and my seat to the best
looking junior girl.
I, Wayne Hadley, will my seat in study hall to Richard Dean, my books to
Kay Carris, my baseball and basketball suits to Darrell Tarrence, and my ability
to stay home and sleep at night to Forrest Edwards.
I, John Myers, will my seat in study hall to Jim Davis, my books to Yolanda Nelson,
my basketball suit to Donald Pickard, and my curly black hair to Ronald Daily.
I, Janice Woolums, will my feet to Kay Carris, my eyelash curlers to Judi Johnston
and my disposition to Yolanda Nelson.
I, Linda Carris, will my seat by the window to Faye Johnston so she won't have to "
stand up to see the cars go by, my position as librarian to Judi Johnston, my bashfulness
to Mary Marshall, who is almost as bashful as I am, and my position in Sextet to Marlene
Mathias and hope she has as much fun as I have.
I, Portia Gonzalez, will my ability to get to school before nine o'clock to Connie
Grimes, my naturally curly hair to Mary Marshall so she won't have to pin hers up every
night and my seat in study hall to Kay Carris providing she stays in it more than I did.
I, Jimmy Holcomb, will my place in basketball to Donald Pickard and I hope he
has better luck than I did, and my ability to get blamed for something I didn't do to
David Cary, who already has a good start.
I, Leroy Shull, will my government book to Richard Dean and I hope he gets more
good out of it than I did, my ability to stay home at night to Forrest Edwards, who al-
ready has a good start and my front row seat to David Cary so that he can stay out of
I, Fred Wells, will my books to Jim Davis, and my ability to get on the honor roll
to Jim Davis, my seat to Richard Dean, and my basketball suit to Donald Pickard, who
already has a good start.
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