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MAY OF ’55 . . . “Come-a-Roamin’ ” spelled excitement, intrigue, romance, and adventure to Juniors and their guests, the Seniors, in the high school auditorium May 6, 1955. Hawaii, Japan, Arabia, Holland, Spain, Italy, France, Scotland, Switzerland, and Egypt were the lands of en¬ chantment on Flight ’55’s schedule. The travel bureau at the entrance of the auditorium was the first clue to the even ing’s entertainment. Stepping inside the door, the huge Colosseum in Rome caught the eye, as did the large globe suspended from the ceiling. Six-feet high murals around the auditorium depicted scenic backgrounds of each coun¬ try. Table decorations were miniatures of outstanding characteristics of the corresponding country. “Off-we-go” music was furnished by Dick Showalter’s Quintet. Flight pilot Louis Easterday guided the tour to its destination. Beverly Fulk and Faye Ashenfelter rendered vocal solos, a How was the water, girls? A few of the brave people who ventured into the cold waters of Lake James at the picnic. Japanese hospitality was extendel head .able was .he .ahe-C pCn. 0 .he ..a., D.ch ShowaUe.s Qain.e. provided .o.ic lancing.
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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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Waterloo girls’ quartet sang, and Bobbie Foster presented a panorama. After a western hoedown at the Elks and a movie at the theater, the group trekked to the Eagles for breakfast. Jean—and bermuda-clad students enjoyed themselves at the annual picnie at Pokagon State Park, where fun, frolic, and food abounded. Several brave, adventurous persons went swimming (hrrr!), while others played softball or watched the activities. As usual, a few, with playful force, gave others an impromptu swim. Jokes and wise-cracks mingled with laughter around the tables laden with a bounteous spread. As dusk descended, tired, but happy, students headed for home — another treasure for life’s memories. j " g with banquet co-Sairmet Stenb Heinzerling. Stephen Gaw and Joh railing juniors and seniors. Servers of ten different nationalities catered m ti. j catered to the needs and whims of hosts and their 13
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