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Page 132 text:
Denny adds names to his little black book.
Student Council members, working long hours after school on
stage settings, script, and auditions, opened the curtain Friday
and Saturday evenings on an entertaining and talented pro-
gram. Featuring two categories, Fine arts and vaudeville, the eve-
ning's entertainment was judged by a group of tive people, with
three prizes in each group.
Included on the program were several comedy acts, folk singers,
soloists, a dramatic reading and some well-timed interruptions by
an amazing young lady. Audience reaction was highly favorable
as the show unfolded in the setting of a New York theatrical
agency run by a tough looking customer finally revealed as Denny
Dunn, council president. As the various acts auditioned for his
approval the audience was allowed to enjoy their talents too. Ulti-
mately, everyone was highly satisfied with the judges' decision
which gave Abbie Spreyer Hrst place in the Fine Arts division for
her reading of "Patterns" by Amy Lowell and the Salt Creek
Singers Hrst in the vaudeville group.
STUDENT COUNCIL 'S T963 VARIETY SHOW WINS AUDlENCE'S APPROVAL
Have you heard the administration is cutting lunch periods to 13 min-
A peach . . .
Page 134 text:
After many weeks of "prom talk" and eager anticipation, Prom -'
night finally arrives. Couples inaugerate the evening with the
the beautifully decorated gym, the couples are engulfed with I
"Southern Splendor." The evening progresses and the atrnos- -
phere is filled with bewitchment.
AS SOUTHERN BELLES WHIRL ABOUT THE DANCE FLOOR, PROM GOERS
Prom goexs are delighted by the southern decor.
traditional Grand March past parents and relatives. As they enter
The traditional Grand March be
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