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LANCASTER (0.) EAGLE-GAZETTE EAGLE-GAZETTE EAGLE-GAZETTE Con-bee Amanda Graduating Class IWy 1 h xxy) yli WJ ,c- ,c- VNr?Q Vrr"" 1 'H-rtf 'H-rtf 'H-rtf CJf ' ft" ' - ' V ' ' ty if fi ( ' X w h mm SCHOflL niW TOBIAS PHOTO Top row, left to rifht: Wilbert Hedges, Alice M. Conrad, Lois C. Reese, Mary I. Kiger, Glennabel Pitman, Carroll Freeman. Second row: Nora Cooper, Trenton Abbott, Ethel Vickroy, Virginia Rose Dickson, Eva M. Pontius, Lura Mae Griffith, Elizabeth Willard. Third row: Raymond Miller, Jean E. Ritchie, Audrey McNabb, Herbert Tipton. Fourth row: Dorothy F. Meister, David Swinehart, Fred Christy,, vice president; Ralph Kocher, Jr., Barr, Jr., Nora Jane Barr. . . Fifth row: Mary F. Lower, Floyd Baird, Harry O. Dixon, Ruth Sixth row: Edith E. Bushee, ginia J. Christy, Bette J. Cruit. A brother and sister are among the graduates at Amanda high school this year. They are Wallace Wallace Barr, Jr., and Nora Jane Barr, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Barr claim Lancaster Lancaster high as their alma mater. The Class of 1939 at Amanda, the second largest in the county, is distinctly a girls' outfit, since the feminine members of the group overshadow the males by fn3 fin Thelma M. Dumm, Mary Kathryn a ratio of nearly 2 to 1, or 23 to 12 to be exact. Whether the boys have developed inferiority complexes complexes by being in the minority or the opposite extreme from too much attention, is a question only class members themselves can answer. Opal Huffer is valedictorian of the Amanda graduates and Nora Cooper is salutatorian, the two girls having achieved the high- high- Second Largest In County M. Pyle. Pontious, secretary; Opal I, Huifer, fuer, est grade average, in order, during during the four years of high school work. Rev. Charles W. Cookson, Troy, will be guest speaker at the commencement exercises, May 28 for which the graduates will wear caps and gowns. Rev. J. H. Lutz, pastor of the Amanda Lutheran charge will deliver the baccalaureate sermon this year the evening of May 21 in the high president; John Miesse, Wallace treasurer; Belva E. Julian, Vir school auditorium. Other commencement week festivities include Senior Class play May 19, Class Night, May 23, the Junior-Senior Junior-Senior Junior-Senior banquet, May 25 and the annual alumni banquet, banquet, for which the exact date has not yet been announced.

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  1. Lancaster Eagle-Gazette,
  2. 16 May 1939, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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