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Page 111 text:
First row: Verio Nonceheiser, Norma Heywood. France Newton. Mrs. A. V. Larson. Maria Robbins. Edna McConnaughey. Imogene Anderson.
Second row: Margaret Ulbrick. Dave Kyle. Bob Knople. James Walker. Ray Allgood, Doug Johnson. Jenis Craig. Darien Hannaiord. Rose Mary Kyle.
Third row: Dean Vanderiord. Wayne Sayer. Bill Col . James Longer. Frank Longer. Jim Cotton. Dick Parriot. Fred Clements. James Myers.
The "Jolly Juniors" have been quite busy this year. Class officers were elected at the beginning of the year. They were Jim Cotton, president; Wayne Sayer, vice-president; and Rosemary Kyle, secretary-treasurer.
Early in the fall a mock presidential election was held. This constituted campaign speeches, presentation of party platforms, and a primary and general election.
In football and basketball the Juniors were very ably represented by eight athletes participating in one or both of the sports, Fred Clements, Bill Cole, Jim Cotton, Bob Knople, Dave Kyle, James Myers, Dick Parriott, and Dean Vanderford. Marie Robbins and Imogene Anderson helped to make the volley ball team a success. Seven Juniors participated in music contests held at Omaha and Auburn. They were Jim Cotton, Fred Clements, Margaret Ulbrick, and Rosemary Kyle.
On January 24 nearly all of the Juniors went to Auburn to participate in the Cornhusker Boys' and Girls' State. There the students actually went through some of the routine work of the county officials and learned of their many duties. Each junior had been elected or appointed by a majority of the high school students to serve in a particular office. On returning from Auburn several of the students gave accounts of the day's events to the rest of the high school.
Junior class rings were received on the 9th of March. This was a big day for all because the rings were very beautiful.
Page 110 text:
Volley Ball Chorus Madrigal Pep Club
Student Council Class Play
Volley Ball Student Council Cheerleader 1948 Princess
Chorus Pop Club F. H. A.
Carlene Cox Floyd Grossoehme
Vice-president Kitten Chatter
Cheerleader Volloy Ball F. H. A.
Student Council Cheerleader
Joycee Lee Morgan
1948 Queen Kitton Chatter Student Council Chorus
Secretary Volley Ball Chorus
Madrigal Page 1
Page 112 text:
First row: Patti Jo Mann. Carol Ann Morgans. Jo Ann Hatten. Janet Baker, Lena Blankenship. Edna McConnaughey. Second row: Bill Sayor. Ray Simpson, Ann Hondrickson Patsv Patterson. Phyllis Davenport. Dick Heywood.
Third row: Stan Longfollow Dick Steiner Fred Applegate John Henning, Ron Reeves, Duane Rains.
In the fall the sophomore class elected Ronnie Reeves, president; Jo Ann Hatten, vice-president; Richard Heywood, secretary-treasurer. Mr. Nettleton was appointed sponsor. The class elected, as representatives to the student council, Phyllis Davenport and Richard Steiner. Phyllis was the elected president of the council.
For an assembly program in March, the sophomore English class gave two skits. The first of which was entitled "The Doctor's Dilemma" and the second "The Football Fools '.
Several of our class members have been active in student government. Jo Ann Hatten was chairman of the noon sales committe and Stanley Longfellow served as chairman of the assemblies committee for the second semester. Carol Morgans was president of the Pep Club and a first semester librarian. Fred Applegate, Stanley Longfellow, John Henning, and Duane Rains took an active part in football and these boys with addition of Richard Steiner participated in basket ball. Lena Blankenship, Edna McConnaughey, and Patty Patterson represented their class in volley ball.
Janet Baker and Patti Jo Mann joined the class second semester and Donald Lotter withdrew.
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