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Page 174 text:
enior year begins with fun,
Homecoming 1968 brought its special memories. Queen Bunnie Doliins
was introduced of half-time of the Football game, flanked ileftl by
Port Dunham and Sue Phillips. Our Senior float, "Smokey Bear", re-
quired some Iusf-minute haf odiustmenfs from the school roof.
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Bouquets of spring honors
mark arrival of enior-hood
As our Junior year rounded into spring, interest
turned to elections. Brian Bates, Dan Zedan, Jan Koski,
and Mary Lou won offices for our cIass's Senior year.
Named to head Student Council for 1968-69 were John
Towlerton, president, Bob Rogalski, vice-president, Linda
Larson, secretary and Mike Hall, treasurer.
Mary Gauthier received the Latin award, Frances
Finkelstine and Diane Oliverio were Library Science
winners. Twenty of us received All-School Activity pins.
Exchange students included Patricia Buckman, Vicki
Haltom, Dorothy Pumo, Elaine Stanley. At Boys' State
were Robert Campbell, Robert Joyner, Chris Lang, Brad
Lyons, Bob Rogalski, and Dan Zedan.
Winners take the roses! John Towlerton was the winner - of the spring-
time elections for Student Council president for Senior year, The roses
he's holding were for Bunnie Dollins, Homecoming Queen.
Page 175 text:
MICHAEL T. MOORE
JOYCE NOUHAN A
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