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Page 9 text:
MIMI CANDLAND ELWOOD XVYLE JEAN GUSTAFSON
Virrr-Prrsirfmt Prrsidvnl Svrrrfarjy
Elwood Wyle, president, has lived up to his cam-
paign promises. He has made a grand showing through-
out his term acquiring the cooperation and admiration
of all the student body.
Being president of the Torch and Key and assisting
Elwood with his duties has been the job of Mimi Cand-
Respectfully submitted, Jean Gustafson, secretary.
This was Jean Gustafson's theme this term as she eflici-
ently recorded the minutes of the Student Council.
Food, games, swimming, dancing were what the
seniors enjoyed on their excursion to Marsh Creek.
George Peterson, chairman of the picnic, did a wonder-
ful job supervising committees and making a great
success of this event. We relived the "Golden Past" of
the Senior Dinner with the help of Photini Georgeson,
who acted as chairman. Supervising the excellent as-
semblies attended by the Fremont student body was
Diana Burger, commissioner of entertainment. On the
list of top Fremont editors is Don Tafjen. He has kept
the Green and Gold out in front with his ever changing
style and versatility. Bruce Wilson, head yell leader,
and his assistants have kept up the morale of the stu-
dent body at all our games.
These persons who have stood out among the others
this semester have had a vital part in planning activi-
ties, supervising committees, and securing the support
of the student body.
GEORGE PETERSON, PHOTINI GEORGESON DIANA BURGER DON TAFJEN, BRUCE XVILSOIN
Chin. Senior Picnir, Senior Dinner Com. of Em'm'fninnlrul G CN G Editor, Head Yrll Lmflcr
Page 8 text:
MR. R. NV. KRETSINGER MISS PATRICIA MOORSHEAD MR. EARL DOXSEE
Prinripul Vice'-Principal Vive-Principal
This Our School . . . Fremont High, strong in
leadership and friendship . . . The Torch guiding
us on the right path . . . The Creed showing us the
way in which we must shape our lives in order to
' become better citizens . . . These symbols make
Fremont High an outstanding school.
Ready to lend a helping hand and a listening ear is
Mr. R. W. Kretsinger, principal. He has worked en-
thusiastically for the best interests of the student body
Mr. Earl Doxsee, vice-principal, a real friend to
everyone, can always be seen on the job keeping our
school in order.
As we look back over the events of the term, we find
Miss Patricia Moorshead, vice-principal, giving advice
and guidance to all who come to her.
Tony Rivas and Sally Jollymour, commissioners of
buildings and grounds, have been on the job all term
seeing that Fremont is kept neat and clean. Spring
Fancy, May Time Magic, Moon Mist . . . these are the
names of the unforgettable dances put on this term
by Carol Hultberg, commissioner of social affairs. Stan
Heath, chairman of the senior ball, made this tradi-
tional event something that the seniors will long re-
member. Promoting student body card sales and keep-
ing the school in good order financially has been the
job of Shirley Wright, commissioner of finance.
SALLY -IOLLYMOUR, TONY RIVAS CAROL HULTBERG STAN HEATH, SHIRLEY WRIGHT
Cum. of Buililiugs amlGronm1s Com. of Sociul Affairs Chin. Svuiur Ball, Com. of Firlum L
Page 10 text:
MR. ATEN MISS SHADALL
The nucleus of our class is our counselors. From the
time we were low tens, until graduation, they have
lent us a guiding hand. Their job has been a big one,
requiring patience, hard work, and a determination
to help us in every way. Long after our school mem-
ories have dimmed we shall remember Miss Shadall and
Mr. Aten as the guiding lights of our class.
Every senior will remember Bill Sly, class president,
and his fine crew of officers who worked so hard and
made a success of "Senior Shenanigans."
And there was Lucy Abrantes and her senior steer-
ing committee members who, with diligent work, red
tape, frantic last minute dashing, led the class through
a successful term of senior activities.
None of us will forget the senior picnic at Marsh
Creek with the horseback riding, swimming, games.
With Grant Simens acting as toastmaster of the
senior dinner, we all enjoyed the delicious food along
with the orations of the students and faculty.
May 6 and 7 came the term play, a mystery en-
titled "The 13th Chair," with Jackie Smith and Ver-
non Troutner playing the leading roles.
Wfith the soft music, dim lights and the gym trans-
formed into a ballroom, none of us will forget the
The most important of all dates on the senior calen-
dar was june 17, for on that memorable Friday night
came graduation and with it came a real sense of ac-
jan Sutter, 1'ire-prvxidrrlfg Lorccn Ulrickson, Marilyn XVest, ri'1rn'xe11lutiVrsg Norma Gandolfo, siwrvlaryg
Marlene Paulsen, i'eprvrf'r1hifi1'rg Bill Sly, Ahrrxiilrntg Billie Limmcrt, n'pn'rv11luIi1'r'.
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