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Page 17 text:
ee Charles William Clarence Dallas Harold Gordon Harvey Ronald Garvin
Adams Alberts Amend Bigger Bishop
rna Diann Bruce Tolle Ronald Lee Donna Rae Connie Lou
Bristol Chambers Condon Conger Cruff
Hurry it up, Froshg that Senior's got a broom!
I4-ties, Musiv, Sr'iem'c-, and I,l'illll2lllf'S. We
could see the 1-ml oi' our rozul with ilu-
I3ilf'f'ill2llll'0Zll0 svrmori by Rev. I+lclwz1i'4l .John-
son, amd the COIN!llOllf'l'Illl4Ill zuldress Ivy Mr.
Dfllltlltl F. Kline. Robert YH0C'klIl2lllll and
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SZllllfZltOl'lilll cords. Nanvy Mc'lI'11'0'11e mul
lioln-rt l'30i'klll2lllll l'1-ceivwl the Ilzilw Ruth
Awards. lflarl .Ivnsn-11 was Hu- Sviiior Best
Al the 1-ml of our highway begins ilu-
SHIJOI' Higlnwziy valleml Life. In Life, we
xxlll in-ver i'o1'g'0t our motto, "'l'I1v Dom' of
SllK'C'L'SS els llalwlecl rl'llSll."
Page 16 text:
Glance at the Senior billboard, our fa-
vorite slogan will catch your eye-"The 56
Our section of the AHS Highway is
completed. W'e started laying the roadbed
four miles back on September 2, 1952.
Our first Hraisel' came October 2 with
our initiation into AHS. The "mighty
Seniors" didn't paint us green, but we
shouldered the burden of being lowlyg that's
when we became accepted members of the
"crew," After a semester of toil, we went
"out on the town" on a scavenger hunt.
Soon came the bend in the road, and the end
of the first mile.
NVhen the great doors opened next fall,
we started our second mile. "Nobody
Homel' was our first dramatic performance.
It was a hilarious year, and our venture on
"uncharted trails" with two hayracks well
established our reputation as the rm-nel-iest
class on record."
Our next mile was rough--we began to
feel the rocks and ruts of responsibility.
Our Junior Play, t'My Little Margie," was
a tremendous success. Climaxing a "never-
to-be-forgotten" year was the Promg our
theme was "Mr, Sandman." Our "over-
time" work was rewarding, the candle-
lighted banquet and Ken Maurer's music
made wistfully sweet memories.
Our last mile was the happiest. Vile
were "big wheels"g that's what the Fresh-
men repeatedly reminded us on Initiation
Day. Throughout the year, we were inter-
rupted by service-men, employnient tests,
and cap-and-gown rentals. VVe took a "holi-
day with payn to Omaha March 13. Our
play, "Professor, How Could You!" was
the best ever. All along our highway we
have left the marks of achievement in Ath-
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MR. LAWRENCE LASS, Sponsor of Science Club and the
Senior Class, puts the finishing touches on his new house.
Barbara J ea
McKe1vie J ohr
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