East Lansing High School - Ceniad Yearbook (East Lansing, MI)

 - Class of 1961

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"WE'RE THE SENIORS,iMIGHTY, MIGHTY J SENIORS . The class of 1961 was the second freshman class to begin its high school career in our beautiful new building. We were led by Jean Cowden as president, Pam Ramsey as vice president, Malcolm Ervin as secretary and Judy Reynolds as treasurer. Nancy Keeslar, Carol Smith and Dick Roberts were our delegates to Stu- dent Council. Jeep Holland, who shared with T. J. Marietta the honor of representing us in the Polio drive, won second place in the Ugly Man contest. Our basketball- playing classmates won the Lansing Junior High Basketball League Championship, and our freshman football team played an undefeated season. As sophomores we elected Jeep Holland, president, Dave Hill, veepg Cynthia Cuthbertson, secretary, and Alaire Howard, treasurer. To Student Council we sent Jean Cowden, Dick Roberts, Vicki Eichhorn and Jack Armistead. We ended the year with our Sophomore Prom decorated on a Japanese theme-Amai Kishu. Junior Class officers were headed by Jon Black, assisted by Barry Sandefur, Cynthia Cuthbertson and Mary Lou Cillengerten. Council members were Vicki Eich- horn, Carol Smith, Pam Ramsey, Dick Roberts, and Jeep Holland. We won first place in the homecoming float contest, in the magazine drive,,and in the Christmas tree contest. The J-Hop, Elysia, was one of the most successful dances ever. We wound up the year with an April Fool's Day party and a great Junior-Senior Banquet. We began our Senior year with high hopes. Our president was Jeep Holland, vice president, Tom Auerg secretary, Alyta Friedlandg and treasurer, Mary Lou Gil- lengerten. We' were represented in Student Council by Jean Lombardini, Liz Lang- ham, Sue Heinrich, Pam Ramsey, Greg Wabeke and Vicki Eichhorn. Vicki was also Student Council treasurer. Other officers of Student Council were Jack Armis- tead, president, Carol Smith, vice president, and Judy Reynolds, secretary. Our cheers were led by Cynthia Cuthbertson, Mary Ann Ferguson, Mary Lou Gillen- gerten, Marilyn Lucas, Judy Reynolds and Carol Smith as Varsity Cheerleaders. The marching band was led by Lew Arend as Drum Major and Bonnie Irwin, Sherry Johnston and Martha Robertson as majorettes. The class sponsored a very successful Senior Play and sold Christmas cards to make money for its trip. We won the Christmas tree contest. The big social event of the year, in our estimation, was the Senior Prom. After the prom, the tired but happy seniors made their way to the post prom party. This began an exciting rush of Commencement events. We'll long remember the day at Pilgrim Haven, the Honors Assembly, Baccalaureate breakfast and reception, and the Commencement Dance. lt doesn't seem possible that we are graduating from East Lansing High School, but we do have many fond memories of our four years here. v v :L 'I' 'I' I Some Seniors are pleased with cvwylhirlg. And more of them would be, if they had iz.

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