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As a class we began as a small group of
bewildered "Chathamites" who entered Perry
Junior High School as 7 B's.
In the ninth grade many new students were
added to our class. They came from Nativity,
McNaugher, and the country schools. When we
young Perryites reached Grade 9B, a great new
door of "social life" opened to us-Milroy House
and Bogi dances among others. There was a
great deal of hard work mingled with lots of
fun for us starry eyed freshmen.
At last we had worked our way to the tenth
grade. We were now part of the Senior School,
and our Home Room representatives were sent to
Senior Council. Because of the size of our class
we had five rooms. Some of our boys were try-
ing out for the teams and making them, while
our girls were trying out for the maiorettes and
cheerleading. We all had a sample of Dr. Irons'
famed biology tests. Since this was the last year
forthe country "hicks", we had a sophomore pic-
nic and gave them a real send off.
ln the eleventh grade we were really in the
swing of things! We were participating in more
ofthe activities. Quite a few of our athletes had
made the teams, and quite a few of our girls had
become maiorettes and cheerleaders. Because
of the absence of our country classmates, one of
our home rooms was split up and four home
rooms were established. We were all very proud
ofthe Junior Home Room that won the Good Will
Campaign. We were having trouble understand-
ing valence in chemistry class, but we managed
to survive through our Junior Year. At the end
of the year we got together with our former
classmates and had another picnic.
As a Senior class, our group was divided
into three homerooms. Dr. Irons, Miss Roberts,
and Miss Traubert were our new homeroom
Our class was active in many activities
throughout the school. We were active in vari-
ous clubs, student government, and the school
publications. Besides the various activities
already mentioned, one of our homerooms was
the second in the school to have one hundred per-
cent purchase of activity tickets, and two of our
homerooms had one hundred per cent in contri-
butions to the Community Chest Drive.
We have enioyed our years at Perry and
have learned much. We shall not soon forget
that knowledge. As a class and as individuals
we shall truly make every effort to use our
"knowledge for service."
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