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Page 17 text:
Sunsets glow fades in the Westp
Night O'er the valley is creeping.
Birds cuddle down in their nest:
Soon all the world is sleeping--
And Now is the Hour
When, we must say goodbye.
Soon you'll be sailing
Far across the sea.
While you're away,
O, then remember me.
Vlfhen you return
You'll find me waiting here.
We have crossed the bayp
The ocean lies before us.
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Senior Play 4
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Page 18 text:
On September 2, 1947, twenty beaming youngsters entered Mrs. Willard's
first grade class at Nashville High School. The Class consisted of Alva Hall,
Ieanette Bott, Prank Burgett, Valarie Petter, Don Harris, Iim Kistler, Lois Lang,
Patsy Lincicome, Marion Martin, Marvin Martin, Beverly McCullough, Virginia Miller,
Virginia Messner, Iim Melton, Larry Patterson, Gloria Smetzer, Pauline Smithisler,
Sandy Spreng, Georgia Wiseman, and Iack Young.
The second grade found us with 21 members. We were again under the instruc-
tion of Mrs. Willard. We lost 5 members and gained 6. Lost were Prank Burgett,
Iim Melton, Virginia Miller, Larry Patterson, and Georgia Wiseman. Gained were
Carol Martin, Iudy Martin, Tom Miller, Larry Parsons, Hazel Schlauch, and Pauline
Now that the first 2 years are over we find ourselves entering the third
grade. This year our teacher is Miss Literal. We lost 5 members and gained 3.
Lost were Iim Kistler, Marion and Marvin Martin, Larry Parsons, and Pauline Smail.
Gained were Ralph Anderson, Betty Christopher, and Herbert Martin.
Our teacher in the fourth grade was Mrs. Beck. We lo-st Alva Hall and gained
Dale Lockard, Bob Picklesimer, Raymond Rock and Edna Townsend.
Vacation is over and now we are entering Mrs. Enoch's fifth grade. We lost
Ralph Anderson, Ieanette Bott, Betty Cantlebarry, Iudy Martin, Tom Miller, Gloria
Smetzer, and Edna Townsend. We gained Lois Hays.
Our teacher in the sixth grade was again Mrs. Enoch. We gained Avery Brown
and Bill Plant. We lost Iack Young and Betty Christopher.
We have reached the half way mark, first year of Junior High. Our home room
teacher is Mr. Van Barg. This year we change classes. We lost Avery Brown, Bill
Plant, Valarie Petter, and Pauline Smithhisler. We gained Wayne Heiss and Eva
Our teacher in the 8th grade is Mr. Atterholt. This year finds us back under
the elementary system. We lost Raymond Rock, Wayne Heiss, and Dale Lockard. We
gained Karen Mumper and Lynda Harris fdeceasedl.
Well we finally reached the ninth grade after struggling through our first eight
years. We lost Lynda Harris. Our home room teacher is Mrs. McClure.
Oh Boy! ! only two more years to go. Our home room teacher is Mrs. Garver.
This year we gained Louise Garnes,
Here we are Iuniors at last! Our home room teacher is Mrs. Bowen. This year
we presented our class play "Susan Steps Out". Our enrollment is the same.
Hurrah! We made it. We are now Seniors! This year we presented "A Puedin
Over Yonder". We lost Louise Garnes and gained Dick Anderson so now our class
consists of Don Harris, Lois Lang, Lois Hays, Dick Anderson, Bob Picklesimer, Eva
Root, Herbert Martin, Hazel Schlauch, Beverly McCullough, Carol Martin, Virginia
Messner, Sandy Spreng, Karen Mumper, and Patsy Lincicome . A
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