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t eMtmun Lcet President Vice-President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer DONALD SCOTT IRIS SUTPHIN PEGGY RHOADES COLLEEN BYRD HIS is our own Freshman Class, and what would our school be without this group? They ■ experienced some trials and tribulations at the beginning of the year, but it didn ' t take them long to settle down to some serious study. Back in the grades last year, they had their reading, writing, and arithmetic. Now with some minor adjustments they are carrying on with some more of the same, though the work is more advanced. There is also fun to be had along with all the work, for these people have enjoyed their class meetings and various extra-curricular activities. We know that our Freshmen have much in store for them during the next three years and we urge them to take advantage of every opportunity. The Freshmen have had able leaders in the following home room teachers: Mrs. Bessie Totten, Miss Laura Dalton, Miss Edna Spradlin, Miss Elizabeth Painter, Miss Nettie Bowers, and Mrs. Clarence Chaplin. This has been a profitable year for you, the Freshman class. May you have an abun- dance of knowledge, a wealth of enjoyment, and many happy experiences in the coming three years of study.
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Faye Hurst Louise Hurt Mary Louise James Joyce Jenkins Charles Johnson James Johnson Benny Jones Donald Jones Lorene Jones Kenneth Knode Harold Keesling Dan Kegley Betty Kegley Frances King Betty Kinser Jean Larson Anne Laughon Fourth row: Jack Linkous Sam Lowman Nancy Lyons James Marshall Ernest Martin Mack McCall Gladys McNew Hilda Meredith Barbara Millirons Rosemary Morehead Alda Morris Pauline Mullins Dawn Musser Delman Myers Erie Myrick Jack Owen Lorene Owen Ola Mae Owens Bobby Painter James Palmer Dawn Price Andrew Reed Bruce Richardson Jean Riffey Lois Runion Ralph Rumley Evelyn Schrader Fifth row: Virginia Scott Dean Shufflebarger Forest Shupe Eugene Smith Mary Stoneman Hilda Southern Margaret Spratt Charles Stafford Nellie Stafford C. W. Stewart Dorothy Stoots Robert Surber Thada Sutphin Eugene Swain Fred Thrasher Ralph Tickle Jimmy Wainwright Jereline Webb Jimmy Webb Daphine White Lila White Donald Wilson Georgia Wirt Peggy Wirt Vada Yonce PAGE THIRTY-ONE
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First row: ‘Louise Able B. F. Adair Elizabeth Akers Basil Albert Doris Alley Fred Amburn Mary Anderson John Andrews Donald Ayers Jack Bane Lonnie Bassett John Buhtel Mary Bedsaul Cecil Black Harry Boles Ruby Bowman Nannie Bransim Jeanne Britts Ruth Brown Colleen Byrd James Byrd Frank Cardinell Minta Critizer Donald Carper Theda Carter Elaine Cartier Douglas Caviness David Chrisley Louise Clark Dorothy Cole Second row: Mary Cole Jacqueline Collins Bethel Craig Harley Cregar Jewel Dameron Della Davis Lois Davis Frances DeHaven Sylvia Dixon Isabel Dobbins Douglas Doyle Aden Eastbum Charles Eidson Leo Eidson William Eversole Aubrey Farmer Estelle Fineboigh ‘ Absent when picture was made. Charlotte Frye June Gallimore Evelyn Gibbs Jack Gill Darleen Gray Mary Gray Thomas Grantham ‘William Gregory Doris Grimsley Dorothy Hall Betty Hall Third row: Thomas Haller Lodena Haney Dorothy Harrel Evelyn Harriman Ralph Harriman Kyle Hawkins Julius Helvey ‘Denny Hill ‘Jimmy Hill Vernon Hinton Louise Hoback Margie Hodge Paul Holston Goldie Horton Donald Howlett Harry Huff Walton Huff Harry Hughes Nancy Huges Enice Jenkins Thomas Johnson Jack Jones Richard Jones Robert Jones Dorothy Kanode James Kanode Imogene Kegley Kelly Malcolm James Kesling Fourth row: Virginia Kidd Dewey King Mary Kitts Ned Knode Frances Lineberry Willard Lineberry Alta Lovern Ha den Lovern Douglas Mabe Don Malone Dorothy Maxwell Frank McAllister Mamie McFall Da 1 1 a ' Mitchel Jacob Mink Katherine Morehead Barwell Moss Evelyn Michele Pauline Melton Mary Nelson David Newman Margaret Nexon Jean Osborne Jean Owens John Owens Haven Pagans Richard Page Jean Osborne ‘Jean Owens ‘John Owens Haven Pagans ‘Richard Page Randolph Palmer Allen Powers Edward Quesenberry Margaret Quesenberry Otis Quesenberry Richard Quesenberry Fifth row: Harold Raines ‘Don Ratcliffe Buddy Ratcliffe Louise Ray Audrey Reynolds Peggy Rhodes Joyce Richardson ‘John Riffey ‘Malcolm Riley Jean Robertson James Rose Ethel Ross Arlene Roseberry Carol Ruse Roland Rupe Donald Scott Jacqueline Scott Bonnie Schrader Evelyn Simones Jacson Simones Jean Skeens Kathleen Shelor Stanley Smith Patricia Smith Venice Smithers Herbert Sowers Thelma Spaker Donna Sprinkle Sixth row: Baden Staners Carline Steinbarge Mary Lewis Stevens ‘Alice Stoots ‘Odene Stoots William Stout Lois Stoots Bill Surber Earl Surface Don Surrate Iris Sutphin Garnett Sutphin Virginia Swain Neal Tabor Bobby Tester Margaret Thompson Reba Thornton Robert Tickle Bertha Trail Evelyn Turner James Turner Maxine Turner Marie Umberger Joyce Vanhoye Marie Via Viola Waddell Leonard Wall Evelyn Wallace Nellie Warburton Richard Weatherman Mickey Whitaker Christy Whitman Edna Wilkerson Douglas Williams Elwood Wilson Martha Wi[§on Houstan Wingo PAGE THIRTY-THREE
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