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Sophomore class to sponsor a skating party. Barbara Ferguson left us at the end
of the year.
When our Junior year rolled around the time seemed to go faster and faster.
Some of the highlights of the year were: Our play, "Desperate Ambrose", receiving
our class rings, the Junior-Senior Reception, a Skru-Ball game, sponsored by us,
and most of all the realization that the coming year would mean that we would at
last be "Seniors," We received two new students, Esther Van Meter from Warren
and Hazel Girdham from Ohio.
Then the great day came, when we entered Union Center as "Seniors". We
started out the year by trying to think of ways to make money to go on our trip.
We started right away on our play, which was, "His Nam-e Was Aunt Nellie," given
on October 24, 1950. In the meantime there were other things to do such as getting
our pictures taken, selling Christmas Cards, getting ads for our annual, ordering
our caps and gowns, invitations and name cards, and getting out our school paper
every month. A lot of the activities we had were for acquiring money for our
Senior trip, which promised to be a trip that we will always remember. We also
received into our number a newcomer, Wayne Willett from Arkansas.
And then the memorable day of graduation, and after twelve years, we leave