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Page 52 text:
M H l d urerp Ron Newman, presidentp Ruthann Vaughn,
M R h e, vice president.
CLASS COLORS - Mint Green and White
CLASS FLOWER - Lily of The Valley
CLASS SONG - "May You Always"
CLASS MOTTO - What we are is God's gift to usp
what we become is our gift to God
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their vitality and enthusiasm. As the
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session. During class time the rooms
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learn. Finally the eagerly anticipated
dismissal bell sounds. Now the school
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Page 53 text:
SEATED C. Shafto, B. Bain, B. Hull, B. Daniels, B. Harris. STANDING: F. Spencer, S. Barningham, J Pllking
ton M Absher, L. Brown, M.Adair, J. Lucia.
Seniors Make Future Plans
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
As sophomores, the graduating class of '59 was the first class to come from
Isaac E. Crary Jr. High. To start their sophomore year, they elected Mike Penn,
president, Jane Dovletian, vice president, Judy Moran, secretary, and John Studt,
treasurer. Sponsors of the class were Miss Barbara Frank and Mrs. Laura Liimakka.
During their sophomore year, the class held three dances, "Fall Frolic," "Cupid's
Night Out," and a spring dance. After donating fifty dollars toward the financing
of the exchange student to Europe and paying fifty dollars to the Student Council,
which they were loaned to start their treasury, they ended their sophomore year
with a balance of approximately 35650.
To head their Junior year, they elected Tony Hiller, president, Mike Ewer, vice
president, Karen Anderson, secretary, and Judy Kent, treasurer. Sponsoring the
class were Miss Barbara Frank and Mr. Donald Gregory.. The first Junior spon-
sored proiect of the year was a Sadie Hawkins dance, "Twirp Twirl." During the
second semester, the class presented the annual Junior variety show, "Showboat
Sputnik," and organized their Trip Club. Instead of the traditional Junior-Senior
Banquet, they sponsored a Junior-Senior event. By the end of their Junior year,
they had doubled their treasury.
As Seniors, the class elected as officers, Ron Newman, president, Mona Richie,
vice president, Ruth Ann Vaughn, secretary, and Martie Haviland, treasurer. Miss
Barbara Frank was sponsor of the class. Following the annual tradition, they
featured the Christmas dance, "Illusions in Ice." Highlighting the end of their year
was the Senior Prom, "Claire de Lune," the trip to Mackinac Island, Skip day and
last but not least, GRADUATION.
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