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the Junior Class presents Sayonara.
Committees making the dance
possible were decorations, Toni
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cloakroom, Sue Clark and Joan
Sudnik, publicity, John Blout
and Gary Moore, tickets, Mar-
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Al Hopper and the Blue Tones
provided the music, playing
many old-time favorites as well
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strains of AI Hopper and the Blue Tones.
Sue Sinclair, Gail Lindsay and their dates take time off from
dancing to chat about the wonderful time they are having.
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Decorations set the mood for an enchanting and captivating evening as
The class of '59 presented the annual Junior Prom, "Sayonara," December
7, from 9:00 to 12.00.
Following their Japanese theme, the juniors decorated the gym beautifully.
There was a false ceiling of white crepe paper. A large mural of the Japanese
countryside and brightly colored butterflies adorned one of the walls. Other
walls were decorated with oriental screens, painted with inscriptions and
scenes. ln the center of the floor was a garden scene of silver trees with a
sparkling brook running between them,
One hundred seventy-five couples formally dressed arrived after attend-
ing various coketail parties. They were welcomed in the receiving line by
Jerry Jordan and Mary Finch, host and hostess and general chairmen of the
prom, John Champe, Junior class President, and his date, Janice Low, Bob
Fishback, class vice-president, and Carol Precobb, class secretary, Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Alford, Mr. and Mrs. Benton Yates, Mr. Tuttle, sponsor, and Miss
Dixie Lee Crews.
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On December 2 Pete Castle was kept busy
as building inspector.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT DAY
Student Government Day is the annual opportunity
for the high school students to run the city and to get
the feeling and idea behind the functioning of a local
municipality. The schools in Livonia involved in the
Student Government Day are Clarenceville, Ladywood,
The different students representing the schools in-
volved in Student Government Day must submit petitions
that have been signed by different students. Students
campaign at other schools in order to get as many votes
as possible. To help make their names familiar to the
students posters are placed in all the schools. When
voting the students vote for the student who they think
would be the best man for the particular iob.
Having a Student Government Day gives the students
a chance to know what a responsibility it is to run a
city. Each student, though not elected to a special
position, does get appointed to some specific job in the
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Inspecting a new police car from left to right are Eldon Dillon, Cynthia Justice LeRoy Fahle and constable Dick
Beerbohn from Clarenceville, Mr. Peter Ventura councilman, Jim Lamb Bombach converse with Justice Nye and
from Clarenceville, and Jack Staron. Sergeant Baumgartner.
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