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Homecoming of 1968 This year the Homecoming, which was planned by the Stud ent Council brought with it a flurry of activities. Finally at the East Tipp ballgame on January 27, came the results of this work. First, past letter- men and cheerleaders were recognized. Later- -at halftime--Mary Cohee, a senior, was crowned queen. To round out the eve- ning, a dance was held with music by the Crawfordsville Dance Band. In all, it seems the 1968 Homecoming was a great success.
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Spring Enchantment May 6, 1967, was the big night. After several months of preparation, the Class of ' 68 was ready to present its Prom --SPRING ENCHANTMENT. As guests entered through a trellised walk, they saw a large green and yellow canopy with a lovely white iron seat under it. Those attending were escorted to their seats arranged in a floor plan resembling a giant daisy. Chandeliers hung in each of the scal- loped " petals, " and several topiary trees adorned the floor. The meal was served by the Freshmen, who were dressed in green and yellow to match the colors of the Prom. The customary welcome and response were followed by the will, history, and prophecy. Mary Jo Cox was crowned queen, and Bruce Runnels was chosen king. Following the coronation was the dance with music played by Kenny and the Counts.
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Spirited Songsters r fJ C? ' PI nf ' P. |r j r ?? ■ ' ' 1 ' ' ' ' ' The high school choir has been extremely busy with activities this year. Under Mrs. Smith ' s direction, these spirited songsters presented a variety show last fall, featur- ing several different styles of music and songs. Later on during the year they sang at school convocations and at the New Market Music Festival in March. The tal- ent put forth by the choir has certainly been a much-enjoyed asset in our school. OFFICERS President: Vice-President: Secretary: Treasurer: Chorister: Pianists: Mike Clouser Betty Price Barb Vermillion Peg Anderson Ted Alexander Sue Cick Barb Vermillion
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