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Page 39 text:
After four years and sixteen credlts worth
of work each member of the class of 1957 as
ready for graduatuon and the lnfe ahead The
benedlctlon at the end of commencement exer
clses was the key which closed the door to a
period of numerous conflucts many decrslons
and maturing Ideas However another door
opens as the student walks across the staqe to
receuve has dlploma He steps over the thresh
hold choosnng one of many paths to the future
He may head for college and a career an en
gnneerang teachlng nursnng pharmacy or socaal
work Luke many of his classmates he may go
directly unto a secretarial 'ob an apprentlceshlp
the armed forces or scores of other fnelds
Whatever the future holds each can look back
with feelings of accomplnshment and the memor
nes of the many good tnmes shared wuth hrs
Page 38 text:
The reception line for the prom con-
sisted of many well-known students
in addition to people prominent in
school affairs. Mr. and Mrs. Ward
McCain, Mr. and Mrs. Benton Yates,
and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Alford were
among the guests who received the
couples upon their arrival.
Below left: The music for "Mystic Midnight", furnished by
"Mystic Midnight" was the name and theme
which the iuniors chose for their prom on December
l, from 9:00 to 12:00 in the gym. The mood was
set by glistening stars, sparkling murals, soft angel
hair, fluffy clouds, a midnight Watchtower, and the
music of the Ambassadors.
Those in charge of the dance were: general
chairmen, Lee Anschvetz and Marcia Mead, decora-
tions, Karen Nordstrom, refreshments, Linda Baughg
publicity, Duane Goudyand Jeanne Cesarzp tickets,
Marianne Jahn, programs, Judy Oia, invitations, Jane
Holland, entertainment, Karen Mau, and clean-up,
Harold Stuart and Larry Reber.
Couples who wished to remember the evening
had their photographs taken. The J-Hop was a me-
morable occasion for many, and it proved to be a
success for the iuniors.
Between dances everyone found time to gather for a
social visit. The expressions on the faces of Art
Pulice, Kathleen Lassila, Liz Gaiffe, Dave Pelzer,
Jack Smith, and Lou-Anne Hembree show they were
having a wonderful time.
the Ambassadors, and the glittering flicker of
the skyline set the mood for one of the year's
most successful social events.
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ular place. Couples wait to be served punch and cook
ies by the sophomore girls.
The refreshment table always seems to be a very pop-
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The semor class offrcers accept the responsubllntles
of their offnces but they also fund tume to mxx pleasure
with business They are from left to right Mary Lou
Thacker secretory Don Pierce presudent Sallee
VanBynen treasurer Mr Donald Rotrock sponsor
Ardetto BISSCY vlce president
E Iona CLASS CouNclL
The Sensor class councsl made up of the class oft
cers and homeroom representatuves provide many
vvorthvvhule prolects lor the beneflt of the Senuor
candy Chrlstmas cards and magazunes wer on v a
few of the many functions directed by the councnl
representatoves These actnvltnes provided a chance
for the Sennors to earn polnts toward their class
trap to Washington D C Although the organlzatnon
works pramaruly for thenr class another of nts alms
ns to be of service to the entire school leavlnq gutts
officers were president Don Pxerce vnce president
Ardetta Brssey secretary Mary Lou Thacker treas
urer Sallee VanBynen
TOP ROW June Nlclcles Pot Wldmer Lou Anne Hernbree Duck Noble Jerry Johnson
.lim Mulla Nancy Grant Carolyn l.oFontoune Dee Monzugol SECOND ROW Margo!
Lewus Ardetta Blssey Sullee VonBynen Mr Rofroclc Don Puerce Mary Lou Thacker
Duane Tubbs Luz Gonfle
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