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Page 17 text:
Margaret Elva Jones Nell McCrlght
Nancy Boles Gayle Bilberry Ann Parker
Wien . ,
Gloria Gammill Jerry Lackey Weldon Boyles
Bobo Searsy Mike Sherrod Lewis Ienklns
Gene Ammon: Betty Holmes Joe Klmenhoff
Page 16 text:
LENA KLATTENHOFF JERRY LACKEY NELDA MCCRIGHT
FHA: Sgt. -at-Arms: Basketball: Beau 4: FFA sweetheartag
Play 4. Baseball: Volleyball: Queen Cand. 3:C1ass
Play 4: Class Vice Sec. 3: FHA Officer 3,
Pres. 1, 3, 4, Pres. 2. 4: St. Councll4: Play
3. 4: Basketball: Senior
Fav. :Who's Who.
FHA: Librarian: Pla
DONNIE PULLEN JIMMY POWE DURWOOD SARSY
Basketball: Student FFA: Paper 3, 4: Who's Baseball: 3294615811:
Council: Play 3, 4: wh0,3, 4, Volleyball: FFA Treas.
Paper 4: Annual 3,4: 3: King Cand. 3: Wh0'S
Volleyball: FFA Rept. Who: Class Favorite:
4: RHS King 4. 4: Play 4: St. Council
4: Annual 4.
ANNA MOORE MIKE SHERROD BETTY HOLNIEEI A SUE WILLIAMS
FHA Song Leader 3: FHA: Librarian: Hist. Basketball: FHA Rpt.
Class Rept. 4: Annual 2: Play 3,4: Basketball Pall. 3: QUeenCand. 1
4: Paper 4: Play 3, 4: 3,4-: St. Council 3, 4.
Basketball Manager 3, 4:
Volleyball 1, 2: Rus
Who'sWho: Class Rept.
1, Sec. 2, Pres. 3. V. -
ball: Annual 4: Paper 4:
Play 3, 4.
Page 18 text:
1952 Sascha Wwbw
We, the 1957 graduates of Roosevelt High School, began our school
careers on a day in 1945. Nine of us began here at Roosevelt with Mrs.
Elbert as our first grade teacher. These nine included Nancy Boles,
Gloria Gammill, Margaret Crossland, Sue Williams, Anna Moore, linda
Davis, Bobo Searsy, Mike Sherrod, and Lewis Jenkins. Lena and Joe
Klattenhoff entered our class later that year to come through the next
Mrs. Tomlinson carried us through our second year and the third
year Mrs. Klinger was our teacher. That year Marion and Karion Helm,
Gene Ammons and Elva Jones joined our group.
Mrs. Currie had a room full of us to teach in the fourth grade and
Mrs. Kilgore guided us through the fifth grade. Ours was one of the largest
classes in school and we were noted for our boundless energy with Jerry
Lackey adding to it in the sixth and having Mr. Mullins as our teacher.
we played some fair baseball that year and entered the contest at ldalou.
Gayle Bilberry added her bit of energy to our collection of perpetual
motion but Mrs. McGowan was able to guide this in the right direction
our seventh year in school. We began our basketball training that year.
We moved into the eighth grade next year with Mr. Denning as our home
room teacher. Some more perpetual motion was added this year named
Weldon Boyles. We believe a lot of teachers were glad when we graduated
from Grade School. Don't get any wrong ideas, for on our State Tests
our norms were high all through these years.
Our Freshman year was rather normal. Donnie Pullen registered with
us our Sophomore year and Ann Parker came in at mid-term. Bobo Searsy
was becoming quite popular with his guitar and singing.
As Juniors we blossomed forth with a lot of accomplishments. Nellie
McCright and Jimmy Powe were our new additions this year. Mike Sherrod
left us in the fourth grade, but moved back into our ranks as a Junior.
Both basketball teams were well backed with the members of our class and
our scholarship was also high.
As Seniors, we started breaking records. Our Senior King and Queen,
Donnie Pullen and Anna Moore, brought in more money than any high school
King and Queen. The class, still possessed of that bountiful energy, went to
work and broke all records making money for our trip to Colorado Springs,
Colorado. Before the year is over we expect to excel in many achievements
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