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Page 163 text:
egg: Betty Coon
departure -- only fond remembrances linger
Lynn Perry, vice-president ofthe 1964 january graduating class, dis-
cusses plans for the commencement party with 12A counselor, Mrs.
Victoria Stock. The party is actually a gift to the graduates, since
their parents work together on planning and supervising the commence-
menteve. On cap-and-gown day, however, Lynn enjoys looking ahead.
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Page 164 text:
William Cos te llo
Ro bert Ehrman
Cinzori reigns at
Traditionally, the Edsel Ford Homecoming queen is
honored by a prominent figure in Dearbom city govern-
ment. City Council president Ralph Guy bestows a crown,
a kiss, a robe, and red roses upon Lorraine Cinzori.
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