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Page 97 text:
Opening nighf proved successful for one group,
who performed a Vaudevillian roufine. Cheryl
Davis worked out las?-minute lighting details.
1968 AQUALITES. Front row: Linda Crosby, Deb Chaney, Pat Harris, Linda Curtis,
Calhy Eckhouf, Kif Torok, Chris Roberis, Judy Cross, Lynn Kremer. Middle row:
Craig Anderson, Sally Gribble, Paula Klenk, Lenny Eckhouf, Judy Hulfquisf, Darrell
Burion, Barb Snyder, Aileen Briggs, Anneife Bordeau, Penny Pennington, Sandy
Graham. Back row: Miss Benninger, Pat Buckman, Kathy Ragan, Cindy Cardinal,
Deb Cheaney, Stephanie Olson, Sally Davis, Carol Foley, Terri Maclnfosh, Margie
Decker. Paula Klenk flefil iried out ideas for an original show number.
Page 96 text:
Kathy Ragan's deckwork highlighted her Hawaiian number. Darrell
Burton practiced her precision stroking during a dress rehearsal.
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1968 Aqualite talents perform
"Reflections" was the theme of the l968 Aqualite
swim show. Club members wrote, directed, and per-
formed original routines depicting memories of the past.
Narrator Crys Premo, in the guise of an elderly woman,
reflected on her childhood, college life, and the swinging
done to the music of
"The Impossible Dream" climaxed the show.
Charleston Era. A candlelit finale
An extra touch was the addition of modern dancing
to fill between-number gaps. The Modern Dance Club,
under the supervision of Mrs. Fran Smith, performed two
numbers and was a definite hit with the audience.
Churchill's gain was the Aqualites' loss as Miss
Carolyn Benninger transferred to the new high school.
"Miss B", who had sponsored the club since its origin,
was replaced for the '69 season by Miss Nancy Wares.
Page 98 text:
Peppers, Timers, Twirlers
perform service roles
Bridesmaids to other school activities were the serv-
ices performed by Pep Club, Maiorettes, and Timers.
Pep Clubbers provided the loud voice of the sports pro-
gram. Early in the fall they organized to plan an excit-
ing year in support of the school's sports teams. Assem-
blies in the Lecture Theater provided poster and vocal
competition for the three classes, the one- cheering loud-
est receiving a trophy "drum" for the week.
Maiorettes performed their artistic and musical
leadership before the Marching Band during football
season. Stopwatches in hand, Timers clocked in their
swimmers during the many dual meets of the winter.
Pep Club sponsor Mr. Martin advised sign painters Denise Theisen,
Andrea Gordon and Jan Klos labovej. With Jan in the background, Jan
Koski, Dave Martinez, Bunnie Dollins and Dan Zedan prepared signs
Qrightl to decorate the Lecture Theater for a big rallv.
PEP CLUB. Front row: Patti Fuhrman, Elaine Nagano, Sue Kaiser, Lori
Richards, Lynda Hendricks, Maura Taormina, Margaret Zedan, Kathie
Kroll, Gwen Smith, Maureen Cosgrove, Michele Miquelon, Cheryl Bussart,
Jan Pehrson, Diane DeSanto, Gayle Greenwald, Marcie Grameno fSec-
retaryi, Arlene Newton. Second row: Bunnie Dollins CPresidentD, Judie
Morqvich, Paula Winkler, Jill Welch, Linda DiPiazza, Joanne Dommer,
Gerrie VanTassel, Sue Taormina, Denise Michael, Lynn Sayotovich, Diane
Lang fAdvertising Mgr.J, Christine Cova, Linda Maynard, Andrea Gordon,
Denise Theisen, Sharlene Newton. Third row: Ann Pringle, Debbie Wilson,
Sandy Kobiata, Donna Felice, Karen Allender, Kathy Pegg, Kathy Frost,
Sue Battaglia, Diane Wasilewski, Lynn Atkinson, Barb Pehrson Nice-
Presidenti, Bev LeBlanc, Fran Pokryfki, Mary Martz, Jon Davies, Kathie
Thompson, Linda Mitchell. Fourth row: Carol Tresik, Marsha Lamond,
Ruth Cooley, Carole Davis, Sue Baver, Pom Pennington, Sue Kacin, Sue
Bristow, Bob Joyner QTreasurerJ, Dave Martinez, Denise Slavin, Pat
Lissandrelio, Linda J. Larson, Kathy Graf, Bonnie Hart, Carol Fixler,
Right behind the cheerleaders, at the front of the Homecoming parade,
was the V-W victory bus sponsored by the Pep Club. "Patriots the
Greatest" and similar proud expressions were typical of the enthusiasm
generated all year long by Pep Club in support of athletics.
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