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l 1947 ANNUAL 1
Corrine is the girl with the golden voice
To help other people is her only choice.
Class Play 3, 4, Chorus 5, Mixed Course.
"Tonyl' loves chemistry, physics, and mathg
A strong love for arguments he also hath.
Baseball 4, Treasurer 3, Paper Staff 3, 4, Annual
Staff, Model Club President 4, College Course, Class
CLASS COLORS - BLUE AND WHITE
CLASS FLOWER - WHITE CARNATION
CLASS MOTTO - "TODAY WE FOLLOW, TOMORROW WE LEAD
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1 1947 ANNUAL 1
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
1943 - 1944
In the fall of 1943, 29 students came back to school, after their summer
vacation, ready and eager to work. These 29 students, consisting of 17
boys and 12 girls, were to become Freshmen that year. There was no
doubt in anyone's mind there was a great future ahead of this class.
For our first high school class advisor we chose Miss Kalkas. We then
elected Phillip Matteson, president, Carl Slater, vice president, Pauline
Irvin, secretary and treasurer, Jim Blough and Dorothy Cherry, members
of the student council. -
We had several parties during the year, the first being an initiation
party given us by the Sophomores.
This first year we were very active in school. Most of our girls be'
longed to the R. C. H. Club. Jim Blough belonged to the musical branch
of the school. Carl Slater, to the Varsity "C" club and Eugene Sigler,
Carl Slater, Robert Anshutz, Frank johnson, Harry Leaman, Lowell Col'
lins, Clifford McVey, and jim Blough were members of the basketball
and baseball teams. Bob Fry also played on the basketball team.
Through the year we added four new members to our class. One girl,
Donna Lewis, and three boys, Roy Lucas, Raymond Graf, and Paul Par'
sons. This gave us a total of 33 members, but much to our dismay, we lost
10 members by the next fall, leaving us with only 23.
Soon the year came to a close and we were glad for summer to come
1944 - 1945
Coming back to school in the fall of 1944, we acquired seats in the
study hall, much to our liking.
D Choosing Mrs. Baron as adviser, we elected Roy Lucas, president,
Inn Blough, vice president, Paul Parsons, secretary and treasurer, Mary
Henderlong and John Dyck, student council.
We added three new members this year--Frances Haley, Elmer Sher'
win and Robert Miller, but lost them along with eight others by the next
year. This left sixteen hard working members in our class. .
As this year came to a close, we were eager to occupy the middle
of the study hall as Juniors. h
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