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Page 153 text:
Jogpatch hills at Sadie Hawkins November Frolic
Hilarity in its most carefree form was the
prevailing mood ofthe Sadie Hawkins Dance
November 20. Students in their oldest "patch-
edest" clothes arrived early and stayed late
at the first girl-ask-boy affair of the season.
Daisy Mae and Li'I Abner, of course, were
the leading couple and first in line to visit
Marryin' Sam and to occupy "Honeymoon
Hut." Here all "newlyweds" were photo-
graphed by members of the camera club.
Traditional decorations of corn stalks, straw,
full moons and a new touch, the Wishing
Well, formed the gymnasium background for
Marryin' Sam lRick McHalel was a busy man all night as couples
such as Bob Canuelle and Nancy Rybski Uefl, opposite pogel de-
manded his services. Only newlyweds such as Terry Edison and
Diane Mack lhelowl were allowed to share Honeymoon Hut. Many
couples posed for formal "pitchers," as fright! Lil Abner lDave
Emmetl and Daisy Mae Uill Berrymanl or, informally, as .lan Savalino
and Al Remington before the wishing well iohove rightl.
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Students headed fc
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Sharon Sasser and Ron Griffis labove, Iefil wore, appropriately,
tennis shoes. Lonnie Garrett Irighil won a prize for having the best
iified couples indicaie. corsage.
Dancing was casually carefree as the uniden-
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Bentley's Sheridan Whiteside, John Kaiser, was always ready to help young
love-if he could stir up trouble. Left, he advises Sandy lDon Richardsonl and
June Stanley Uoy Hoggl that they should elope. Backstage business was diver-
sified. Marlene Smith lubove 'eftl was in charge of costumes. John Kaiser
fabove rightl tested the Whiteside beard.
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