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OCTOBER . . . Magazine sale launched . . . “To work, seniors”— Aeolian staff announced . . . Dale Holmes and Mary Alice Minniear stepped into the spotlight as “Teens of the Week” . . . Charcoal gray and white were chosen as the colors of ’58’s sweaters . . . “Sing, boys, sing”—boys’ octet organized . . . “May I have a name card please?” . . . “Hobo Hop” was well attended by appropriately-clad students . . . Again, Blues were “blue” after magazine sale: Linda Harman, high salesman; Tom Burtch, mystery day winner; Charlotte Atkins, mystery student . . . Teachers’ Association meant a “breather” for “overworked” students . . . Auburn’s jinx was broken—yells, snake dance, speeches, singing—exuberant Garrett fans celebrated in t he business district . . . , VH e took. XnT a Sip Progress can’t be stopped. The ground-breaking ceremony for the J. E. Ober Elementary School was held June 7, 1955; work started that week. 5
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“Oops! Your knees are showing!” Bermudas appeared at first football game. SEPTEMBER . . . Old faces, new faces, amused faces, confused faces—first day of school . . . Junior kick-off dance dubbed “Football Frolic” . . . “Exec’s” elected in each class . . . Frosh girls “given the works” by sophomore girls at Blue Triangle initia¬ tion . . . “The Old Ark’s a-Moverin’ ”—Mr. Charles A. King led group singing at first assembly program . . . “All set? You bet!” New yell leaders and pep are synonymous . . . Bermudas prevail at “Hop- Scotch Hop” . . . Linda Duerk elected “prez” of GAA . . . Peanuts and cotton candy, judges and blue ribbons—Auburn fair time again . . . Horns? No, it’s only motions to “Rolled Away” at first assembly program. 4
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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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