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B. Little: Why canlt I go to the Senior Picnic?
B. Long: XVell, B. Little, for one thing you aren't a senior.
B. Little: Why canat the underclassmen do the same things as the seniors?
B. Long: After all, the seniors have earned some privileges.
B. Little: What else do they get to do, then?
B. Long: They have a banquet and dance.
B. I.ittle: Who does the work?
B. Long: Well, the students do the biggest part. For instance, the flower committee is made up of Lois Mitchell,
chairman, Janet Wfalker, Diana Wmy, Warren Ramey, and Bobby Poore.
B. Little: ls that all of the committees?
B. Long: Lands sake, no! We have the motto commitee composed of William Myers, chairman: Barbara Cralley,
Kenneth Crudup, and Emma Mae Skelton. A colors committee made up of Bill Parker, chairman, Barbara
Johnson, Ray Barnes, and Nancy Reed. The members of the play committee are: Evelyn Schlect, Ray Giles,
Kathleen Harte, Rosalie Bent, Hugh Kincaid, and Marjorie Samples.
B. Little: What does the flower committee have to do?
B. Long: They selected the class flower, the Baby Orchid.
B. Little: What about the color and motto?
B. Long: The colors are lavender and silver and the motto
fax is, "W'ith time comes judgment." 6 Elm
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B. Long: Perhaps you'd like to know that Senior Convo- W
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1 'O the night of May 22nd with the picnic the following day. 9,
The Baccalaureate Sermon will be held at 8 p.m. on May
25. The big and final day, COMMIINCEMFNT, will be nllm
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