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Scottsville High School Senior Class, 1955

Scottsville  High School Class of 1955Scottsville High School Class of 1955, Looper and Mayfield

Name:  Scottsville High School Senior Class, 1955

Date:  1956

Image Number:  Scottsville HS Scotty, 1955

Comments:   Shown above are the four officers of the Scottsville High School Senior Class in 1955:  (L to R)  Gordon Rutland, President; Barbara Payne, Vice President; Ruth Looper, Secretary; and Garnett Mayfield, Treasurer.  Following are the photos of the other members of this 1955 Senior Class:

        Frances Bryant David Catlett      Buel Carden, Jr. John Clements
        Shirley Golladay Shelby Johnson      Edward Bailey    Mary Jane Powell
            Jack Armistead Edward Spradlin      Hoyt Spradlin         June Wells      

Awards Announced for Scottsville High Graduating Class
Scottsville Sun, Thursday, June 2, 1955

Awards for outstanding achievement will be presented tonight at the Class Night exercises of the senior class at Scottsville High School.

Medals will be presented to Ruth Looper, as valedictorian, with an average of 94.44; Shelby Jean Johnson, salutatorian, with average of 90.47; David Catlett, honorable mention with an average of 90.28; honorable mention to June Wells with an average of 90.

Garnett Mayfield will receive a medal for the mathematics award; Ruth Looper for the commercial award; Shelby Jean Johnson, the home economics award; Hoyt Spradlin, Jr., the agriculture award; Ruth Looper, the English award; Barbara Kidd, librarian award; Gordon Rutland, Jr., social studies award; and Ann Dawson, the DAR award for outstanding work in American History.

Ruth Looper will receive a complimentary subscription to the Readers' Digest for one year and an engraved certificate from the editors.

Ruth Looper and Gordon Rutland, Jr., will be presented leadership awards from the Danforth Foundation, which will be a certificate of leadership and a copy of the book, "I Dare You," with the "Challenge to Dare Greatly, Live Usefully, and Share Freely" all worthwile things in life.

A certificate of merit will be awarded to Ruth Looper for her wildlife essay, from the Commissioner of Game and and Inland Fishermen.

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