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Contestants in the regional contest at Angola were Judith Tooman and David Ober, Latin I and 11, and on the right, Garl Zimmerman, algebra. MARCH . . . Eighth-grade basketball team, with an out¬ standing seasonal record of seventeen wins and two losses, were proud champs of four-way tourney . . . Alfredo Cava¬ lier! presented an excellent violin concert for assembly . . . Several teachers were stiff and sore following Teachers- Lions basketball game . . . Irish superstitions and lepre¬ chauns were pictured at “Shamrock Serenade,” freshman party . . . Faye Ashenfelter and Fred Andrews were high¬ lighted as “Teens of the Week” . . . Silvermoon rink was scene of gay, school skating party . . . Davies of Canada thrilled all with theif vocal renditions . . . Noon choir per¬ formed for veterans at Veterans’ Hospital ... A carnival with all the trimmings, sponsored by the PTA, provided fun for everyone . . . “Swing your partner and do-si-do!” sang out the caller at Y-Teen square dance . . . Difficult Latin and algebra tests were tackled by “brains” in the regional contest . . . Concert band performed before judges at Angola . . . Spring vacation held promises of “sleeping 10 The windows are in! Progress continued on the elementary school building, to be completed during the summer.
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FEBRUARY . . . “Hepcat’s Hideaway,” last basket¬ ball dance, was “real smooth” . . . Captain Paul Dry told of his experiences in the Merchant Marine at assembly program . . . Kenneth Severson and Karon Leech reigned as King ' and Queen at the Hi-Y “Queen of Hearts” dance . . . Instrumentalists rated many superiors at district contest . . . Beverly Fulk and Rex Freeman stepped into the spotlight as “Teens of the Week” . . . Two ensembles received superior at state music contest! . . . Sectional time again—Garrett defeated Auburn but went down in the last game . . . “In learning, live, and in living, learn” was chosen as senior class motto, and yellow rose was chosen as class flower. ban Cr, ow. 3nd iss -eivis. sponsor shaped Robert Wiant assisted Mr. Paul Dry in demonstrating how to send an S. 0. S. Louis Easterday and Robert Wiant pantomimed “Two Black Crows” at “Queen of Hearts” dance. 9
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S33 03124 APRIL . . . Sophomores celebrated spring’s awakening at “Springtime Serenade” . . . The senior class play, directed by Mrs. Schlecht, was presented April 12 and 13. Jeff and Hugo answered a very innocent ad which simply said “Ghost Wanted” and got themselves in a tangle of ghosts, zombies, secret service agents, secret passages, and inter¬ national intrigue. All this and romance, too, for they met some very charming girls on the desolate island. P.S. The butler did it! ... A medley from “South Pacific” and folk songs were featured at the vocal concert . . . George Gro- man entertained students in a program of dialects and col¬ loquialisms . . . Music by the band, ensembles, and seventh and eighth-grade choruses constituted the band concert. Rex Freeman (the Professori ,• • restrain - " - “iHsthesleepLg ' yS” " tta) ieverly Fulk (Troddy) registered horror as iae Anne Trainer (Ginger) peeked at Frank ohnson (Hugo, alias the Ghost). Janet Atkins Gale) and Louis Easterday (Jeff) seem mused by the whole situation. CN fN. to O M.. A„ee Mi„ P ay was block
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