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Twenty-eight honored journalists from the junior and senior classes received membership into the National Honor Society of Quill and Scroll at an impressive Candle Lighting Ceremony. Having excelled in the journalistic opportunities provided by METEOR or PEPPER staff membership, these students received awards from their respective sponsors—Mr. Mann and Mr. Hyde at a Publications Banquet given at the Town and Country Restaurant on June 2.
After the buffet style supper. Principal Moore gave a few introductory remarks. Mr. Hyde and Mr. Mann explained the accomplishments of their respective staffs during the year after which the senior officers presented the candle lighting ceremony inculcating the ten tenets of Quill and Scroll.
After much anxiety and curiosity, came the long awaited announcement of the candidates for membership. Inducted into full membership of the organization, the new members elected the following officers: Rick Carter—president, Richard Mohaupt—vice-president. Jill Young—secretary, Jane Young—treasurer, and Janet Schrader- social chairman.
FRONT ROW—Left to Right: Joyce DeBrolcr. Janet Schrader. Jane Young. Carol Carroll. Jill Young. Barb Vcrstynen. Gail Ryan. MIDDLE ROW: Richard Mohaupt. Rick Carter. Elaine Blomgren. Karen Fabrick, Nancy Apgar. Sandy Townsend. Sheila White. Linda Torsrud. Kay Thombcrry. Sally Hodges. Alan Moors. LAST ROW: Richard Fitzgerald. Stan Turney. Steve Evans. Al Markunas. Bill Thurmond. Rick Huffman. Mike Brown. George Baehr.
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Guest speaker, sponsors and present officers
The traditional National Honor Society induction ceremony impressed proud parents, faculty members, students, and inductees. A total of twenty-one juniors and twelve seniors qualified in the fields of Service, Leadership, Character, and Scholarship which were defined by the present members of the society and
Following the assembly these juniors were elected to offices of the National Honor Society: Treasurer— Jill Young, Secretary—Frankie Krapowich, Vice-President—Richard Mohaupt, President—Randy Ny-berg. The two sponsors for National Honor arc Mr. LaLoggia and Mr. Mann.
then were formally inducted into the society by President Steve Evans. Mr. Ted Bacino, dean of students at Boylan High School, captivated the audience with his inspiring speech on the merits and rewards of hard work. Musical selections by the band and choir added greatly to the occasion. The closing prayer ended a thought provoking and inspiring assembly for the student body and special guests.
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The splendor of the traditional Junior-Senior Prom was woven into a realistic Oriental atmosphere. Upon entering the ballroom the couples crossed over a bridge into the exotic world of Shangri-La. Along the flowing river among a number of ferns sat a Buddha, which promised good luck to all. A huge colorful pagoda was the center of activities as dreamy-eyed couples strolled through its open archway. Other decorations included a fountain, trees, and a tea house in which the punch was served by girls attired in kimonos.
Girls in long, flowing formals and boys in their dinner jackets danced to the soft music of Jack Sweeny's Orchestra in the mystical haven of Shangri-La.
With the striking of the gong, the crowds hushed and an air of suspense spread ovpr the ballroom as the time for the coronation approached. The crowning of Sandy Townsend as queen and Bill Thurmond as king was a beautiful conclusion to an enchanting evening.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Steve Evans, Randy Jones, Gary Samp, Herb Challberg. Dave Ancona, Don Tresemer, Mike Ostrom, Judy Panic, King Bill Thurmond, Queen Sandy Townsend. Warren Clutter, Sandra Jungerberg, Tonya Townsend, Terry Shallcross. Joyce DeBruIer, Elaine Blomgren, and Marilyn Hass.
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