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Page 14 text:
QUEEN Carol Fundxngsland with her attendants Mary Wilder, Janet Fylling, Donna Rohrer, Janet Schmunk.
fun and romance under 21 Blue moon
If you aren't a Student Council member, a
football player, a queen candidate, a member
of band or drum corps, or chairman of a float
committee, you probably weren't unusually
busy before Homecoming.
This whole boisterous affair began with
the snake dance winding through town to Cent-
ral park. The bonfire was lit, and then came
the big moment! Lovely Carol Fundingsland
was our 1953 Homecoming Queen!
During halftime at the football game, a
fanfare and "Let Me Call You Sweetheart,"
played by a special girls' band, introduced
Queen Carol and her attendants.
That evening, to the strains of A'Blue Moonf'
the dance theme, the queen and her attendants
walked to the throne. The blue lights and
silver moons and stars made a very effective
setting for the dancing, which students and
alumni enjoyed until the Blue Moon wancd and
Homecoming was over for another ycar.
Page 13 text:
JOINING together in groups means
initiation for new
members. G.A.A. initiates
have their ups and downs, so
Mary McCulla honors Lois Olson.
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DANCING together is a
pleasant pastime at Central.
Ruth Ann Bergum and Charles
Wilder, carefree juniors, dance away
the fleeting prom hours.
SINGING together at the first
senior activity of the year, the class
wiener roast, light-hearted seniors
gather around the bonfire.
PLAYING together at the senior
picnic in Central
park are the seniors, decked out in
colorful play togs.
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below: PROCESSION of our
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right: ESCORTS Kent Anderson and Dick Knutson with Queen Carol.
bm-low: CRAZY MUSIC is made by a special parade German band.
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