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Page 113 text:
First row: Evolyn McConnaughey. Mary Stoiner. Venita Rader. Joan Mortes. Miss Eudic Barber. Norma Straw, Emma Deckard.
Second row: Duano Hannaiord. Robort Palmor. Myron Myers. Bill McAdams. Miriam Newton, Marylin Applegate. Gwendolyn Hays. Barbara Mortes.
Third row: Bob Adams. Ray Douglas. Roger Majors. Roy Cope. Ed Pharaoh. Frank Walker. John Christ. Jerry Groves. A1 Novak. Merle Johnson.
The class of 1952 elected as officers Roger Majors, president; Maryilyn Applegate, vice-president; Mary Steiner, secretary; and Gwendolyn Hayes, treasurer. Miss Barber was appointed sponsor of the class. John Christ, Venita Rader, and Roger Majors were elected to the Student Council.
The freshman class has taken a very active part in the athletic events of Peru Pep. Billy McAdams, Raymond Douglas, Eddie Pharaoh, Robert Palmer, Roy Cope, Franklin Walker, Roger Majors and Myron Myers lettered in football. During the basketball season, Myron Myers was member of the squad and Roger Majors won his letter. The girls out for volley ball were Venita Rader, Barbara Mertes, Evelyn McConnaughey, Gwendolyn Hayes, Mary Steiner, Marilyn Apple-gate, Joan Mertes, and Miriam Newton.
A pantomine "For the Land's Sake!" was presented at a March assembly program by the English class.
Though the freshman year is just the beginning of the high school one can see that the years to come are going to be something to which one may look forward.
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.
Page 114 text:
With their new coach, John Nettleton, at the reins, Prep's green and inexperienced "11" worked hard and learned much in the '48 season. With freshmen and sophomores dominating the lineup, the season was one more of development than of winning.
3 won 5 lost 1 tie
First row: R. Douglas. D. Kylo. R. Majors. F. Clomonts. D. Vandorford. R. Palmor, F. Walkor.
Second row: Ass't. Manager L. West. R. Cope. B. McAdams. D. Parriot. J. Myers.
M. Myers. R. Knople. D. Rains. S. Longiollow.
Third row: Coach Nottloton. I. Comstock. E. Pharoah. I. Henning. F. Applegate. B. Cole. C. Coatney. Ass't. Coach M. Brown. Ass't. Manager D. D. Hamel.
First row: Coach Nettleton. D. Rains. F. Clements. C. Coatney. B. Cole. F. Applegate.
J. Comstock. Ass't. Coach M. Brown.
Second row: D. Kyle. R. Majors. M. Myers. John Henning. S. Longfellow. J. Cotton. J. Myers.
Kneeling: L. West. Student Manager.
With seven lettermen reporting to Coach Nettle-ton's call, the basketball prospects looked bright. As the season progressed, several freshmen and sophomores made marked improvement, thus strengthening the Prep”5". The ’48-'49 basketball season went down in the books as a winning season, although Prep relinquished the Tri-State Conference Championship that had been held for the two previous seasons. The Prep Reserves faired much better and brought home their third consecutive conference trophy.
7 won 7 lost
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