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'We Finish To Begin'
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Tte class history of the senlor class of 1948 began twelve years
ago as we walked into VBTIOUS school buildings for the first time and
demanded an educatlon Of our class, there are only three, Bobbie
Pritchett, Lugene Andrews, and John Pritchett, who have completed thelr
entlre twelve years 1n Nulhall Hlgh School The remainder of the
senlor class has JOlD6d th1s trio, either ln the grades or in high
there were twentv green freshmen wandering through the halls ready to
perform their dutles 1U the best posslble manner That year we enjoyed
taklng part in the varlous 8Ct1Vlt18S we also enjoyed the class party
given at Turkey Falls
we entered our sophomore year with an enrollment of seventeen.
Our sponso was Ilss Culllson Mrs Stlt6S sponsored our class play,
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vagfslxteen It was durln th1s ye r that we lost two more members of our
class Our class play 'Almost E1 hteen, sponsored by Mrs Stites
proved to be a great success The basketball queen, Patsy Hyde, was a
member of our class we enjoyed a Christmas party, a play cast party,
the Junlor Senlor Banquet, and many other entertalnments
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Our senlor year, whlch began with an enrollment of twelve,
proved qulte lnterestlng but has kept us busy We sponsored the
l1cation of the school paper, 'The Plrate, every two weeks and
school annual We enjoyed an all h1gh school Chrlstmas party and
entertained by the junlors at the Junior-Senior Banquet Our senior
play, sponsored by Mrs Stites, was named 'Old Snoopy For our class
night, we presented the play "The Past Is Now The Annual Queen,
Bobbie Prltchett, was a member of our class On Aprll SO we were
Sen1or Day guests of the Oklahoma Clty Chamber of Commerce The Bac
calaureate Servlces were delivered on May 4 A new type of Commence
ment Program was presented by our class on Lay 7 in whlch the speakers
were members of the senlor class
And now at the end oi our hlgh sctool career, we flnd ourselves
in a larger world than we ever reallzeo posslble In tVlS world, each
of us will choose a road to follow The road may be steep and rocky
but with the help we have recelved from our parents and our teachers,
we are well prepared
Our sincere thanks go to our parents, teachers, and many others
who have made our school years a success Our thanks go to our parents
for helplng us ln every way posslble and our teachers for being so
patient w1th us
Now we will bid you farewell and hope that we will be a class
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