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Page 87 text:
llouldlft We Make Believe
The Grand March is led by Class Presidents
Elwood Drehmel, Paul Wold, and their dates,
Enjoying what they see are'Miss Johnson
ond Mr. Thorson.
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,ff 4 1 4.
Mary renders service with a smile.
The gym decorated as a huge showboat,
provided a background tour pretty girls in
swishy skirted gowns and handsome boys
spruced up in new suits, as our evening of tan-
tasy continued. The highlight of the dance,
the Grand March, was led by Elwood Drehmel,
Jo Ann Anderson, Paul Wold, and Janet Berg-
strom. A movie in the lunchroom provided en-
tertainment for those who didn't want to
At the stroke ot midnight the showboat
docked, and lively juniors and seniors attend-
ed house porties until dawn.
Careful, Mick, you'Il lose your girl.
Page 86 text:
-'A' ' YIYYIII V515
Elaine and Corky take time out for refreshments.
Prom-what a magic word. lt brings its
problems, too. "Will he ask me?" "l wander
what kind of corsage to get her?" And to the
juniors, "We'll never finish getting the gym
decorated!" "Wonder if we'll run out of crepe
Despite the last minute worries and doubts,
the Showboat steamed on as planned. The
banquet was a success, with tried chicken to
eot and regular showboat entertainment pro-
vided by the sophomores and juniors. The read-
ing of the will and prophecy, written by a group
of seniors, provided o riot of laughs. l wonder
if Shori is using the eyelash curler she was
Let's sit this one out." Karleen and
Page 88 text:
lligli on lliir Hit Parade
Follow the leader, snake dance style.
Homecoming! To the strains of the Minne-
sota Rouser the snake dance opened the cele-
bration on October 6 with a winding tour
through the streets ot Crookston, finally ending
at the athletic field for the bon-tire and an-
nouncement of the queen by Mr. Barnes, Stu-
dent Council adviser.
The victory over the Green Wave on Octo-
ber 8, a day which was perfect weatherwise,
put everyone in high spirits for the Homecom- page a
ing dance that night.
Queen Denise Johnson and Lettermen's President, Paul
Wold, dance to the strains of "Autumn Serenade."
The iuniors joined the Pirates and rode
the waves to victory in the float contest.
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