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Page 82 text:
JUNIOR CIASS OFFICERS Carolyn Fahle secretary
Jum Carmuchael vnce presldent Mr Manuel sponsor
lee Deschamps presudent Ron Bogoyevac treasurer
Revlewmg year, Junlor leaders emlt slghs of satlsfactlon
Comfortably busy wuthout havmg to face lust yet the regrets that
Sensors mux wnth thenr final year the Junnors went about theur business
and thoroughly engoyed themselves In domg so they brought pleasure
to a lot of other people Who could forget the Sadre Hawknns dance?
Not the Junaors nor any of the other students who partucnpated nn nts
gay nonsense And the Prom was heaven nf heaven ns In France
Dressed an thenr best bub and tucker, Bentleyutes could forget the hectnc
preparatuons as they danced dreamuly to the musac of the Don Pablo
Wsth all these thmgs behund them you can bet they ll be well prepared
for Sensor hood
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pre Anne Templeton Darla Jennmgs Judy Hunter Barb
Bandy Thlrd row Judy MacMurtne Denms Bordmck
Russ Porter Dave Mitchell Dave Cadreau Bull Kobane
Dave Nuxon Kathy Frame
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Page 81 text:
STUDIES . . . UNDERCLASS-
MEN is a true and fitting term
applied to the Juniors and
Sophomores. Unbothered by
the zany Seniors, they con-
tinue their studies and activi-
ties in the customary quiet
manner. Juniors face one
event after another-Sadie
Hawkins, class rings, the
Prom, the Play. Sophomores,
with a social calendar not
quite as filled as that of their
immediate superiors, spend
most of their time adiusting
to high school dilemmas.
And although they wish the
Seniors well, the classes of
'60 and '61 are delighted at
year's end to move up one
happy, hectic notch in their
Page 83 text:
Daisy Mae hauled L'il Abner to the Fall's gayest lrolic
Contentment, boredom, anger marked the
faces ol those wha landed in the "pig-pen."
Corralled by the sheriff were Sharon Jones,
Dennis Leland, Larry Brown and Bill Armour.
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census in order, Daisy
Mae and L'iI Abner
poll. Those adding
Q their signatures were
Judy Kaiser, Pete
-f V Walton, Tom Packard
V ' and Pat Luby.
lead the population
Keeping the Dogpatch
4 . if 3, L
"Did you really use
aday asked gleetul
Deanna Tarbet as she
pinned a corsage on
her date, Garv Prevo
Ron Mitchell was
nated with Deanna's
hat, but Karen Frigon
expressed her distaste
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Sadie Hawkins contribution to Dogpatch tradition
enlivened Bentley's social season as the Juniors pre-
sented the annual dance in her honor, November 21,
Polka-dotted Daisy Maes and their patched L'il
Abners kept Marryin' Sam busy, busy, busy, as the
gals reversed the rules of chivalry. They selected their
dates, provided transportation, met the parents,
presented unusual hand-made corsages, opened
doors, and later paid for pizza.
During school, on the day of the dance, Juniors
only were allowed to wear the customary Dogpatch
duds. That night, Seniors and Sophomores, similarly
attired in the haute mode of the hills, ioined their
fellow students amid the informal atmosphere of
straw and leaves. A harvest moon shone over all,
even the pig pen to which patchless, corsageless L'il
Abners were committed.
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