Harrisville High School

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Harrisville High School

  1. 1. Freshman Year The number one song for 1956 was Don’t Be Cruel. We entered Harrisville High School on September 6, 1955 with 88 students. We elected Beverly Deem as President, Cookie Hinkle as Vice President, Sue Goff as Secretary, Lois Cunningham as Treasurer, and Albert Stonestreet as our Student Council Representative.
  2. 2. President Vice- Beverly Deem President Cookie Hinkle Secretary Treasurer Sue Goff Lois Cunningham Student Council Representative Albert Stonestreet
  3. 3. Beverly Deem
  4. 4. Judy Bennet Donna Goff Pat Bircher Joey Cunningham
  5. 5. Yvonne Cunningham Sue Goff
  6. 6.  The first Trans-Atlantic telephone cable goes into operation.  John Lennon and Paul McCartney meet for the first time and perform at a church dinner.  Supreme Court ruling outlaws racial segregation in public transportation.  Gunsmoke was #1 TV Show  King and I came to the movies.  Don’t be Cruel and Hound Dog single goes to number one and stays there for 11 weeks.
  7. 7. Sophomore Year The number one song for 1957 was Love Letters in the Sand. We returned to Harrisville High School on September 6, 1956 with 88 students. We elected Beverly Deem as President, Cookie Hinkle as Vice President, Sue Goff as Secretary, Lois Cunningham as Treasurer, and Albert Stonestreet as our Student Council Representative.
  8. 8. President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer
  9. 9. Barbara Shrader
  10. 10. Student Council Albert Stonestreet Jerry Wilson Caroline Maple
  11. 11.  The Russians launched Sputnik.  Dr. Suess published the Cat in the Hat, a classic children's literature.  The soviets tested a H-Bomb.  The number one TV show is You Bet Your Life on NBC.  Life Expectancy was 69.6 years old.  Average income was 4,594 dollars.  A new car was 2,157 dollars.
  12. 12. Junior Year The number one song for 1958 was It’s All in the Game. We returned to Harrisville High School on September 6, 1956 with 88 students. We elected Beverly Deem as President, Cookie Hinkle as Vice President, Sue Goff as Secretary, Lois Cunningham as Treasurer, and Albert Stonestreet as our Student Council Representative.
  13. 13. President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer
  14. 14. Black Walnut Festival Queen
  15. 15. Chosen to represent HHS at the Calhoun County Homecoming
  16. 16. Joey Cunningham
  17. 17. Polio Princess Lois Shepler
  18. 18. Student Council Dorris Mason Albert Stonestreet Carla Hinkle Jerry Wilson Lois Shepler
  19. 19. 1957 LK Champions
  20. 20. Members of the Class of '59 on that team.
  21. 21.  The United States launched its first satellite.  Pizza Hut opens in Kansas City, Missouri  Bank of America debuts as the fore-runner of visa.  Elvis Presley is inducted into the Army.  Wagon Trained was the number one TV show on NBC.  The World Series Champions were the New York Yankees.  Pro Football Champions were the Baltimore Colts.
  22. 22. Senior Year The number one song for 1959 was Lonely Boy. We returned to Harrisville High School on September 6, 1956 with 88 students. We elected Beverly Deem as President, Cook
  23. 23. Class Officers Dorris Mason President Robert Burwell VP Kenneth Jenkins Secretary Beverly Dean Treasurer
  24. 24. Student Council Reps Anita Riddle Doris Mason
  25. 25. Gatorite Editors Senior Editor Associate Editor
  26. 26. Varsity Cheerleaders Pat Burcher Barbara Shrader Donna Goff Diane Bernard
  27. 27. Senior Homecoming Queen Caroline Maple
  28. 28. Senior Princess Anita Riddle
  29. 29. Football Sweetheart Lois Shepler
  30. 30. Polio Queen of 1959 Ann Hall
  31. 31. Princess at Little Kanowa Regional Conference in August 1959 Beverly Dean
  32. 32. President of Student Body Albert Stonestreet was re-elected.
  33. 33. President of Student Council Jerry Wilson
  34. 34. To those whom we have lost… Sue Goodnight-Ray-Anderson
  35. 35. To those whom we have lost… Jerry Bunner
  36. 36. To those whom we have lost… Bradford Riddle
  37. 37. To those whom we have lost… Linda Parks
  38. 38. To those whom we have lost… Don Sommerville
  39. 39. To those whom we have lost… Albert Stonestreet
  40. 40. To those whom we have lost… Doris Nutt Eddy
  41. 41. To those whom we have lost… Hubert Richards
  42. 42. To those whom we have lost… Dianne Barnard Burwell
  43. 43. To those whom we have lost… Wilbur Haught
  44. 44. To those whom we have lost… Sue Goodnight-Ray-Anderson
  45. 45. To those whom we have lost… Sue Goodnight-Ray-Anderson
  46. 46. God Bless America
  47. 47. Land that I love
  48. 48. Stand beside her
  49. 49. And guide her

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