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Kids Love Parades,
A Kid At Heart
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The leader of the Homecoming parade was a monster who
promoted "Drag 'em" Red Oak. This small float was designed and
built by the Student Council.
First prize went to the Senior float with a popular space theme Second prize helonlued to the -luniors for their fine float full
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was a take-off from the "Little Blink Stunhow fantasy.
The Sophomores followed the Fantasy Land theme by pre- The fourth place float spurred water from its whalish hulk in a
ting Cinderella. They took third place. clever design treated hy the Freshmen. lt protlaimed, "We'll
Wlittle the Tail off Red Oak!"
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