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Page 182 text:
We hope you'll all remember this year as long as we will
"AIl good things must come to an end"
expresses the way we hope you feel after
reviewing the PIONEER-because we do!
Writing copy, pasting layouts, selling ads,
taking pictures, and coming to school during
vocations were all part of the work in-
volved. Of course, we had fun too-remem-
ber our sales campaign-free yearbooks
and zany poems, Mrs. Smith's bottle of coffee,
the yearbook social club?
Tensions were relieved as the pages went to
press but we must admit something was
missing, be it-banging typewriters, dead-
line blues, or those everyday phrases-"pass
What now? asks Jackie Reid as Meredith Keras re
quests her assistance on another editorial dilemma.
the glue, please" or "where's my blue pencil?"
We feel this book was a mark in PIONEER
history for we featured a colored picture of
the school and devoted a special section to
the "highlights of highlights." We hope the
symbol of our theme, the star, has brought
to light those activities that are a happiness
of today and will be a heritage of tomorrow.
We extend our thanks to all those enterprises
that allowed successful yearbook produc-
tion. To the graduates we bid bon voyage
and wish success in whatever field they may
seek their endeavor-to the underclassmen
we wish the very best for future publications.
Page 181 text:
"Spring Frolic "
lbelowl reigned over the Royalty Romp-Spring
Frolic. The expressions of pleasant surprise were regis-
tered, because only at the moment of coronation did
anyone know who the Royal couple were. From left to
right the Queen's court comprised Pat Blackburn, Sue
Clark, Bonnie Button, Queen Toni, Rose Spicer and
Mary Finch. John's attendants were Jerry Jordon,
Toni Petrilli, John Blout, and lbehind Johnl Don Phillippi
and Stu Papineau. Jackie Reid, representing the
PIONEER crowned the Queen, Janice Lechel, repre-
senting the ECHO, crowned the King. Jim Culbertson,
on the stat? of both publications, m-c'ed the event.
Sharon Kale presented the Queen's flowers.
Flowers, Bowers everywhere-even decor-
ating the gym doorway.
Music was provided by the Bentley dance
That's a multi-colored flower tree centering
the dance n00Y tor the Royalty Romp
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