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The senior class of 1938 is the outgrowth of about
forty beginners who in the fall of 1934 started as fresh-
men. Today our class has nineteen boys and seventeen
Through the years we have gained a number of
students from surrounding schools. Some additions
this year are Dorothy Pierce, from Lafollette, and
Nellie Collins, from Tazewell. We have gained others
through the years and lost several, but, in spite of all
this, there are more boys in our class than girls. This
class has contributed to school activities by having such
athletes as Glenn Needham and August Hadorn, of the
boys' sports, and Trula Arnold and Mary Lewis of the
girls' basketball team. We have shared in all the activ-
ities of the school.
The two seniors who have received outstanding
honors are Frances Bell, who won the name of Miss
Powell High School and a free trip to Nashville, and
Carrye Loden, who has the highest average in the sen-
We have also had our moments of pleasure and fun.
High lights have been basketball tournaments, the trip
to Smoky Mountains, the Iunior-Senior Banquets, and
We can truly say that we have had four happy years
in school together in spite of hard lessons, examinations
and other things which go with an education.
Today we say "Finis" to the history of the senior
class with the sincere hope that larger and better vol-
umes will appear later, telling of the future achieve-
ments of the class of 1938.
CHARLENE ANDERSON, Historian”