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CLASS OF FCRTY-NINE
President .... . . Carol Haslett
Vice President . . .... james Dick
Secretary . . . . .Ronald Kenyon
Treasurer . . . . . .Geraldine Burch
Looking back on the year, the Sophomores have indeed had a busy time. In September, with lVIr
and lklrs. Cleveland as advisors, they started ol't their activities with a Weiner roast at Jim Dick's.
In December, they presented for assembly 'lAll Carr's to the Rescue," a one-act play by .lay Tobias.
XVhen crusy old bachelor, Calvin Carr, answers a matrimonial advertisement, with idea of marrying an
unknown athletic spinster, he stirs up a hornets nest. His designing sisterfin-law, who is after his money,
and his niece, who wants him to marry an old time sweetheart, lay separate plans to wreck the romance,
and in the end do a thoroughly good job.
Looking forward to next year, these people have also been busy earning money by sponsoring a de-
licious supper and by selling Christmas and everyday greeting cards.
BACK ROW: L, Beckwith, H, Hardman, B. Sortore, K. Stuck, L. Kenyon, A. Rogers, VV. Peterson, J. Cook. SECOND
ROW: J. Lemon, E. Speta, C. Cole, D. Burdick, Mr. Cleveland, B. Williams, A. Turybury, E. Corbin. FIRST ROW:
M. Allen, ll. Speta, G. Burch, J, Dick, C. Haslett, R. Kenyon, E, Corbin, G. Carlson, E. Hedden. ABSENT: L.
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BACK Row: R. Jennings, R. Herring, D. Foster, W. Burdick, M. VVells, R. Faulkner, S. Stoddard. SECOND Row:
L. Allen, G. Lafferty, Mrs. Bartoo, L. Hawks, P. White, G. Jordan. FIRST Row: J. Hinman, M. Coon, A. Lemon,
M. Rogers, B. Oliver, I. Hamilton, D. Stoddard. ABSENT: M. McCrea.
President .... . . .Dick Jennings
Vice President. . . . . .lflaurice lNIcCrea
Secretary .... . . .Barbara Oliver
Treasurer . . ..... . . ..... ......... ll 'Iilton Rogers
Under the helpful guidance of liirs. Bartoo and Nlr. Eckhart the Junior class entered their third
year of high school.
During this year the class bought their rings and as a culmination of the year's activities, tradi-
tionally entertained the Seniors at a banquet in June.
All this necessitated earning money, as these expenses come from the class treasury. The big
event of the year therefore, and that which all students look forward to from the time they enter high
school, is the Junior play. Weeks of practice resulted in a final glory when the play 'fGreat Caesar's
Ghost" was successfully presented.
Witli a schedule full of activity and study, the year all too quickly drew to a close. The class
looked forward, however, to the day when they would become Seniors.
So with a host of pleasant memories behind them, on llloving-Up Day the Junior Class proudly
took the title of Seniors.
CLASS GF I948
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BACK Row: T. Butts, H. Sisson, R. Hutchinson, W. McCrea, F. Moore, L. Monroe, W. Milliman, G. VVilliams, B.
Bowen. SECOND Row: M. Ferrington, L. Earll, B. Dennis, P. Hackett, M. Dixon, Miss Clarke, H. Sharp, P. Mac-
Donald, M. Bump, S. Seager, F. Burlingame. FRONT ROW: J. VVebster, J. Allen, bl. Gibalski, F. Stuck, V. Cooley,
L, Harris, B. Harriger, R. Coon, R. Stoddard. ABSENT: D. Clark, A. Dorrett.
President .... .. Laura Earll
Vice President. . . . . . Gary Williams
Secretary . . . . . .lklarilyn Ferrington
Treasurer .. ...... Ruth Coon
The Freshman class under the guidance of Thelma Clarke and Evelyn Aldrick, advisors, was the
largest class in high school. At the beginning of school thirty-three students crowded into the English
room but during the year Lois Frost and Junior Carlson left to go to work and Roberta Stark moved
with her parents to Texas.
This group because they have just come into high school must give up to all other classes. For
that reason their activities must be fewer in number. 4
Last fall the class had a Weiner roast at Clair llliller's Grove. During lXIarch seeds from Fre-
donia were sold by the class to make money for their use in the future.
The one-act play l'Radio Rumpus," by Harold Rolseth was presented in assembly lyiay 9. Each
member of the cast supplied with a radio enjoyed working together.
CLASS OF FIFTY
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