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Page 79 text:
“Silver Bells” is being sung by Phyllis Lancaster as she thinks of the coming holiday. The “All Nice Kids” reminisce about their Senior activities with “Moments to Remember” Tommy Coffman lends a festive air as he plays Christmas music. Susan Grant, a ballet doll, teaches Gail Hamblin, a majorette doll, to dance to the tune of Sleighride. The Senior Class rises and the cast assembles on the stage for the final numbers, our alma mater and “White Christmas”. Assembly Jerry Hodge makes a hit with another popular 1 he 01 farmer, Bruce Wright, is unmoved by song, “Great Balls of Fire.” His accompaniment Donna Ferguson’s pleas to “Love Me To Pieces”, is provided by Perry Caligan, Eddie Johnson and Elroy Fisher.
Page 78 text:
This is the finale of the tumbling act which includes Bill Howley, Steve Veasey, Jim Lough. Molly Lenaeus gives her rendition of “Twelfth of Never”, one of the popular songs of the day. Senior Robert Staton, Sherman Hinkley and the Dreamers, (Sandra Hodges, Joan Dickens, Jackie Boothe) again lend a hand as they assist Frankie Carroll in singing “It’s Too Soon To Know”. Vera Wood sings a “Teen-Age Prayer”. Pat Poindexter is helped from her sleigh by two of the Chordsmen, her reindeer, as she begins her dance in a Winter Wonderland. Billy Manning, with the help of the Chordsmen, Kenny Copenhaver, Steve Tyler, Don Kelly, and Bobby Baldwin, sings “Young and Beautiful”. Melvin Wade, accompanied by The Dreamers, Robert Staton (drums) and Sherman Hinkley (guitar) sings “Blue Christmas”.
Page 80 text:
Homecoming The Homecoming Court, at Municipal Field, being presented at an assembly to the Student body are, Left to Right: Linda Kay Hartman (Queen); Pat Poindexter (Maid of Honor); Donna Ferguson, Barbara Cannon, Becky Howard, Dot Fretz, Nancy Keyes, Shirley Mills, Betty Lou Shannon, Judy Jamison, Gayle Garrison, Carol Rutledge. Our own Pioneer Cadillac is one of the many, many decorated cars in the Homecoming Parade. As Linda Rader, president of the Sports Club, crowns Buddy Perry, Homecoming King, Joyce Cundiff, vice president of the Sports Club, Mark Graybill, president of. the Monogram Club, and the Home¬ coming Court share the honor of the crowning. This prize-winning float was entered by the Latin Club using the idea “Sic Semper Tyrannis” on the Virginia Seal; the club created the float “Thus Always to Halifax”; Halifax was our opposing Homecoming team. The Homecoming Court of 1958 prepares to enter the football field during the halftime activities of the Homecoming Game.
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