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Standing: Mr. Ernie Glass, Mr. Jerry Meyers. Seated: Mr. Bob Brandes, Mrs. lone Alwzird, Mr. Guy Covington
Mr. Tom Prcece. Superintendent und
Mr. Alfred Ose, Vice-Principal.
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May 29, l958, is a day which will be long remem-
bered by the class of l958.
ln September, 1954, they started out with 76 stu-
dents who had earned the right to say that they were
freshmen. They were led by President, Bernie Leas.
Vice-president Butch Dean, Secretary Freddie Step-
pling, Treasurer Angela Sparks, and Sergeant-at-Arms,
The class was very proud of their Harvest Carnival
candidates, Barbara Clawford and Butch Dean, who
came in second in the King and Queen contest. The
class also won the white elephant contest.
Barbara Rose and Freddie Steppling were Home-
coming Queen candidates that year.
The frosh were very active in both scholastic and
extra-curricular activities that year. Mr. Ocock and
Mr. Jinks were their advisors.
Efficient during their sophomore year were their
class officers: President, Don Shelpg Vice-president,
David Murdock, Secretary, Phyllis Winters, Treasurer,
Wanda Huettg Sergeant-at-Arms, Rollie Shipley.
They were well represented in the Carnival by
their King and Queen candidates Angela Sparks and
Nick Carter who came in second place.
lt was a very proud sophomore class when their
candidate Bonnie Morton was crowned Homecoming
Oueen. Their other candidate was Dawna Jackson.
The sophomore class "Sock Hop" in the spring
was a huge success with the theme "Cherry Pink and
Apple Blossom White." ,
Mr. Prindle and Mr. Qse were their advisors that
Leading the class through their junior year were
Colin Clark, President, Angela Sparks, Vice-president,
Mike Darrah, Secretary, Lynn Grant, Treasurer, Rollie
Shipley and Nonie Smith. Sergeant-at-Arms.
The second crowning of Bonnie Morton as Home-
coming Queen was an event which proved the class
of "58" was capable of almost anything.
The biggest event of the year as far as the juniors
were concerned was the junior prom. They use "Cana-
dian Sunset" as their theme.
Their Carnival King and Queen candidates, Bar-
bara Rose and Colin Clark, again came in second.
"The Perfect Idiot" was the name of the junior
play which was directed by Mike Darrah. Mr. Craw-
ford was the advisor. Mrs. Burnham was in charge
of the makeup.
After three years of hard work the class finally at-
tained the rank of seniors. President Roger Ackerman,
Vice-president Mike Darrah, Secretary Barbara Rose,
Treasurer Kyla Thomas, and Sergeant-at-Arms Nonie
Smith and Rollie Shipley, led the class through their
By popular demand Mr. Crawford and Mrs. Burn-
ham returned to advise the class through their senior
The Harvest Carnival, sponsored by the class,
proved to be one of the best ever given. The senior can-
didates for King and Queen, Ruth Ann Parham and Al
Rhodes, ruled over the carnival.
The senior play, "Curtain Going Up," was an out-
standing production. For the first time in the history
of T.C.H.S. the play was performed in a "theater in
the round" and it was a big success. Mrs. White and
Mr. Whalen directed and aided the cast.
The senior ball was one of the biggest highlights
of the year. "April Love" was the theme they chose
for the ball and it was most appropriate since the ball
was held April 26.
The Alumni Dinner, Baccalaureate, and finally
graduation. brought to a close the class's high school
career. The football games, the parties, class assemblies,
finals, all these things will long be remembered and
treasured in the hearts of those who belonged to the
class of l958.
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