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NORMA JEAN YODER
Norma is our classes' Wit
If there's a joke, she's telling it.
MARY JANE WOODS
Mary jane with her long blonde hair
Is one of the classes' most fair.
Class Play 5, 4g Ink Splashes 3, 45 Gxrl Reserves 3 Annual Staff
Class Play 3g Girl Reserves 3, 4g Ink Splashes 5, 4g Mixed Course.
CLASS COLORS ......,.. ...... G REEN AND WHITE
CLASS FLOWER ......, .......... G REEN CARNATION
CLASS MOTTO .....,... ....... G REEN BUT GROWING
S E N I O R T R A I T S
MOST POPULAR GIRL .............,.......................... LOIS GERSTENSLAGER
BEST ATHLETE ............. .....,..,.. R OBERT MARKLEY
BEST DRESSED GIRL ,...... ,.............. M ARGARET LUCAS
BEST DRESSED BOY ,.................. ......,.. H ARRY SONNEDECKER
MOST ENTERTAINING ............... .............. R OBERT MARKLEY
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED ,......., ..... B ONNIE STEELE
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S E N I O R S
This senior cheerleader is one of fun,
In her direction all the boys run.
Cheerleading 1, 2, 5, 4, Vice President 2, 3, Class Play 3, 4,
Girl Reserves 3, 4, Ink Splashes 3, 4, Mixed Course.
"Old Mose" is the perfect name for "Oc"
Why doesn't someone give him a clock?
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Student
Council 2, 3, Model Club 3, Ink Splashes 3, 4, Annual Staff,
Bob is one swell boy,
It's guys like him that bring us joy.
Class Play 4, Model Club 3, Ink Splashes 3, 4, Mixed Course.
Though Sonny is the "North End's Romeo"
Every night to the South End you'l1 see him go.
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 5, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Student
Council 1, Model Club 3, Ink Splashes 3, 4, Annual Staff, College
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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
1944 - 1945
We were a group of thirty-one Freshmen sitting in our seats on that fall
day in 1944. It was our first year in Senior High School and we sat proudly.
Our future was before us. Unpredicted things would happen to this class in the
years to come.
In our first year as grown up ladies and gentlemen, we chose as our advisor,
Miss Perry. For our class officers we elected Robert Markley, President, Lois
Gerstenslager, Vice President, our Secretary and Treasurer was Virginia Foster,
jean Carter and Harry Sonnedecker were our Student Council members.
Our first grown-up party was a hay-ride. Gasser's woods was our destination.
The memory of that event will long linger in all our minds.
Another event of our Freshman year was the chapel program "Little Red
Riding Hood". The skit was written by a class member, Virginia Foster.
During the year, six new members came to join our class. They were, Bonnie
Steele, Norma Yoder, Margaret Lucas, Francis Steele, Robert Russel and Glenn
Moore. The same year we lost two of our members.
1945 - 1946
Upon arriving at school on that existing day in 1945 we were presented
with seats in the front of the study hall. We were bursting with happiness!
When the time came to choose our advisor and officers we elected the fol-
lowing: advisor, Miss Smith, president, Robert Markleyg vice president, Margaret
Lucas, secretary and treasurer, Joanne Plankg student council members, Jean
Carter and Roger Reese.
Among other activities, the Sophomore class sponsored a square dance.
We didn't have the luck to welcome any new members to our class this year.
It seemed that luck was against us because we lost three members. Our class
now totaled twenty-seven members.
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