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Page 15 text:
IT'S ALL IN
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Page 14 text:
Front row: Miss Kundel fAdvisert, Nancy Kindwall rSecretaryt, Martha Becker fPresidentl, Doris
R. Johnson :Vice-Presidentm, Alice Noble nTreasurerr
Second row: Suzann Syndergaard, Darlys Anderson. Karen Banta, Barbara Gustafson, Susan
Mangold, Karen Lietz, Daphne Holmes, LaVerne Lichtenberg, Sandra Svendsen, Tyanne
Pierson, JoAnn Warren
Third row: Connie Lichfenberg, Janet Swanson. Marcia Hutton, Mary Louise Otto, Karen Anker-
son, Donna Becker, Dianne Schuler, Annette Schmidt, Carolyn Stille, Carol Johnson
There are 51 members in FHA. The officers
are: President, Martha Becker: Vice-President,
D0I'iS R. Johnson: Secretary, Alice Noble: Treas-
urer, Nancy Kindwall. The present District FHA
Music Chairman is Karen Ankerson and the past
District FHA Recreation Chairman was Connie
The activities we had this year were installa-
tion of officers, served lunch at adult-night school,
Watermelon hula hoop picnic for the new members
in the fall. regular meetings, sponsoring FHA
Christmas Dance, bake sale, and attended District
and State FHA Conventions.
Front row: Sharon Patterson, Nancy Pedersen, Eleanor Remillard. Lizabeth Peters. Judy Jones, Margaret
Turnquist. Sally Carpenter. Carolyn Larson, Doris M, Johnson. Connie Langlet
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Second row: Judy Ericksen, Margaret Sandine. Carole Walton, Sherrill Peterson, Karen McGowan, Miss
Kundel iAdxiseru, Karen Hartman, Linda Sandine. Jane Endreson, Beverly Hanson. Karen
Third row: Janet Smith. Janet Peterson, Jean Maneold, Diane Holtz, Jolene Huseman, Janet Peterson,
Sharen Huseman, Janet Peters. Marva Dierenield, Sheila Kreizien
Page 16 text:
The Junior-Senior haiitiuvt and
prom was held April 23 in the
Alta Legion hall, with the iuniors
staging an elaborate party,
The theme of the event was
"Away Ilown South" with differ-
ent scenes around the rooin pre-
senting life in the south, These
seenes were done in the manner
of murals. hut with the fisiures
standing out from the hack-
ground, giving depth to the
The Mardi Gras scene was
decorated w'ith balloons, serpen-
tine, confetti and colored figures
of clowns and the merry makers
of the original Mardi Gras in col-
The Southern Plantation scene
depicted a mansion on a large
plantation, with southern bt-lles
and gentlemen socializing on the
'Phe Hillhillv seene depir-ted the
hillbillies and all their livestock
dancing, singing, working, and
A Way Down South
lust lv-ing lazy.
The VX'aterfront or XK'hart pie-
sented colored neople fishing, and
working around the water.
Showhoat, the final sc:-ne, was
huilt on the stage. with one deck
using the floor of the stage. It
was carried out very inurh as the
river showhoats of lon! ago.
showing all the gait-ty of those'
Dinner was served at 6:30 nm.,
with l6 sonhomores serving as
waiters and waitresses, all of
whom were dressed in southern
style. The dinner was prenared
hx' the mothers of the Junior
The tables were tastefully deco-
rated with streamers down thc
center of the white tablecloths,
Candles in pastel colors were
used as well as cut flowers, and
red and white nutcups decorated
with clown figures.
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