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FRESHMAN CL ASS— B COLLEEN SEAGLE President KATHLEEN LINDSAY Vice-President MARVIN SUTHERLAND Secretary JULIAN GROSECLOSE Treasurer MOTTO — ' ' Make a noise quietly " YELL — ' ' Sh-sh-sh-sh-sh! " COLORS— Blue and Gold FLOWER— For get- Me- Not MEMBERS CLAUDE BUNTS FRED CARRICO JOHN HENRY CALFEE TOM DOUTHAT JULIAN GROSECLOSE WILLIAM HART ROBERT JAMESON HERMAN O’DELL WILEY RING MARVIN SUTHERLAND JACK SHUFF RALPH STAMBAUGH ELLIS SMITH LOUIS SMITH FRANCES BOOTHE HILDA BONES IMA BUNTS OPAL BLACKBURN MARGARET BOPP DAISY DOUTHAT VIRGINIA DUNCAN LUCILLE FERGUSON AGNES GROSECLOSE MADGE WEBB MABLE GALLIMORE ILA HENDRICKS MILDRED HALL WINNIE KING CAROLINE KNAPP ETHEL LYONS GLADYS LINDSAY KATHLEEN LINDSAY AGNES MAYO LILLIAN MUSTARD HAZEL NELSON NYERELL PORTER ANNIE POWELL FRIEDA QUESENBERRY ESTELLE RIGNEY ANNIE RHODES HAZEL REESE MAGGIE REESE SARA SPENCE COLLEEN SEAGLE HAZEL SLAUGHTER WILLIE THOMAS LUCILLE UMBERGER 57
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56 Freshman Class
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FRESHMAN NOTES O NE BRIGHT morning in September this Class started its course in high school work. We started with high ambition to begin on those four long terms of high school work. ' hen we met Miss Frye it ga e us a high desire for algebra. Miss Fleet introduced us to Latin, which of course, was very new to us. Mrs. Allen was substituting in history so we had a line teacher to start us in our “new history” until Miss Davis arrived. Miss Finks brought forth an English book and gave us a splendid desire to “strive and succeed.” Mr. Eckman was the “Master of Science” to those who took this study. d ' hey say that the Freshman Class is the worst class in school. We are always in some mischief or disobeying the rule. There’s always some one giggling, or somebody out of their seat. The floor is covered with paper; it never does look neat. We work and work themes never ending. They think we have nothing to do; Now let me tell you A Freshman ne •er gets through. We did feel very important when we decided to entertain the Juniors. Some said it was foolish and wouldn’t consider giv- ing them a party — most of them came though, and we think they were glad they did. We may not seem very important to others but we ha ’e the advantage over the Seniors, for instance, as we still have three bright years before us. 58
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