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First row (left to right): James “Jimmy” George, Edward Brooke, Vivian Viola McGaha (Lynn), Graham Spring, Evelyn Myers, Betty Wire, and Fairfax George.
Second row: James Conard, Elizabeth Abel, Sara Menefee, Mary Frye, Ruth Hatcher (Sutpin), and William “Billy” Rollins.
Back row: Professor L.A. Womeldorph, John Compher, Alfred Mentzer, Jacqueline “Jackie” Brown (Thomas), Glenn L. Grove, Janet Baker, Russell King Jr., Betty Sue Potterfield (Tyler), and Robert “Bob” Wire.
Photo submitted in 2016 by Amanda Conard, compliments of the James S. Conard family.
First pass at naming the students, courtesy of Walter Fleming.
Mystery solved in 2018 by Melani Carty, by referencing the Hickman Scrapbook Collection in the Lovettsville Museum archives.
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