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DECEMBER . . . “Delicious—can’t be beat!” Lavish praise for Y-Teen sandwich sale . . . Teachers enjoyed Christmas party at Garrett Country Club . . . Annual Blue Triangle Christmas card sale a success . . . Several seniors suffered through scholarship tests . . . Juniors proudly displayed long- awaited treasures—class rings . . . Students celebrated another victory over Auburn at “Rudolph’s Rendezvous” . . . Spotlight focuses on Tom Farrington and Linda Duerk as “Teens of the Week” . . . Program by chorus enthusiastically received by PTA . . . Blue Triangle took gifts to Allen County Children’s Home . . . Band entertained students at Christmas program . . . Long-awaited vacation with all its festivities arrived . . . Railroaders’ were “champs” of holiday tourney. Entertainment was provided by sparring partners Louis Shutt and Rival McBride after sandwich sale. No fair load¬ ing his glove, Mr. Parks! bunny This v as the leeting- Daydreaming students watched progress of the elementary school from class¬ room apertures. 7
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Introducing—Railroaders! Larry Getts stepped through the hoop at first basketball game. “Shine on, harvest moon, on me and my gal.” Stu¬ dents svyfayed to the music of John Bishop’s Band at “Fall Fantasy.” „„e, aownV Cards presenred , Ow-W " ' " ’ ' NOVEMBER . . . “Rah! Rah!” Pep Club organized and officers elected . . . Sore anatomies followed skating party . . . Johanna Heinzerling was chosen DAR Good Citizen . . . “Come and join in song to¬ gether”—Alma Mater introduced by boys’ octet . . . “Eall Fantasy” theme of Hi-Y-Y-Teen-sponsored dance . . . “Which shall it be?” seniors pondered at College Night . . . Junior High yell leaders elected . . . “Pro’s” Louis Easterday and Eston Hathaway named on “All Conference Football First Team” . . . Chorus participated in Thanksgiving program . . . “Snowman’s Ball” enjoyed by all who attended . . . Linda Harman and Pat LaCroix featured as “Teens of the Week” . . . Victorious Maroons entertained by Blues at magazine party.
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Holiday-tourney champs! Dale Holmes cut the last strand on the victory basket. JANUARY . . . Brand-new year and many broken resolutions as students returned to school . . . Long- awaited Leap Year arrived! Go, girls, go! . . . Whew! Rotten eggs! Chemistry students were at it again . . . “Be-Bop Sock Hop” enjoyed by shoeless students . . . Jinxed! First semester ended Friday the 13th . . . Fritz Feick and Eston Hathaway were exclusive members of crutches crew . . . “Rhythm Rendezvous” was a “real cool jewel” . . . Junior class and sponsors chose banquet co-chairmen, who then chose committee co-chairmen . . . Spotlight was turned on Kenneth Severson and Sharon Dicki- son as “Teens of the Week” . . . Vocal and piano contestants landed many superiors at district contest —on to state! Tha.-s our boy! Garrett Ians cheered the team to victory at the Churubusco gym. Half-time! Hard-working juniors sold concessions to crowds at basketball games. 8
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