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Junior Class Pep Club
ln keeping with the traditional air of high school
festivities, homecoming marked another enioyable
moment to remember. A new custom which appeared
in the pageant this year was the construction of floats
by the individual classes and school clubs. To distin-
guish the class floats from the club floats, two themes
were used. The individual classes based their floats
upon a musical composition while a "school spirit"
theme was used by the clubs. The winners, which
were each presented with trophies, were the Girls'
Athletic Association and the Junior class. Many hours
of work were spent on all the floats.
The Bulldogs in an exciting thriller clinched their
Homecoming was exciting for everyone: the
champion football team, the candidates for
queen, and most of all, the girl who was
crowned, Ardetta Bissey. Her happiness is
reflected by her dancing eyes and beaming
undefeated season by overcoming Southfield 20 to
l9. Adding to the activities of the evening was the
appearance of Alfred E. Neuman as homecoming
king. Alfred and a few of his associates, who were
spending the night in Livonia, found it possible to
attend the game and also the dance. At 10:30 the
candidates entered the school gym and were intro-
duced by Mr. Alford, and then Linda Schaffer
crowned Ardetta Bissey homecoming queen. The
queen, her court, and the rest of the student body
danced until H130 to complete an enjoyable eve-
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Lee Anschuetz, Roger Wiegand, Jack Smith, Greg Kaiser,
Jon Moore, David Mansell, and Norman Rubino are anx-
ious to get on with the contest. They are competing for
the best corsage prize. I
The students who made this year's Sadie Hawkins Dance possible are Time to relax! The dance is iust too much for some of these
finally able to enjoy the fun which they helped to create. They are: couples, who take time out before getting back to the festiv-
TOP ROW- Pat French, Diane Kaiser, Linda Smith. SECOND ROW- Judy ities ofthe Sodies Hawkins Day.
Philips, Ed Cicciarelli, Sue Cook.
Judy Way and Jean Johnson lead the procession back to
Marryin' Sam with their catches Jack Hughes and Dick Day
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arrived. The queen and her court, who reigned over the X Si
homecoming dance, experienced many moments never to l -
be forgotten. They are from left to right: Kathleen Las-
sila, Pat Blackburn, Pat Lynch, Carolyn VanKeuren, v'
Margaret Larimer, and queen Ardetta Bissey.
The parade was given a touch of humor when, quite unexpectedly
The big moment has flnc'llY Gnlvedf 'he momenf everyone has been Alfred E. Neuman ran for homecoming king. His campaign managers
anticipating. Linda Schaffer crowns Ardetta BISSBY homecoming -
were Arty Skermahorn fDick Noblel, Wally Ballou fl.ee Anschuetzl
Melvin Smerdley fEd Cicciarellij, Eugene Constantinovich fWayne
Robertsl, and Bo Diddlee fGeorge Diamondj.
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