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ver Black River 28-12
The dance was held immediately after the game
with the queen's and court's escorts being junior and
senior football players. Escorting Carolyn Moody was
Pete Kosse while Judy Badertscher was escorted by Dave
Butler. Nancy Gilbert was escorted by Galen Blough
while Queen Lois Sellers and Sue Shibinski were escorted
by Dave Twining and Gary Austin, respectively.
One of the highlights of the school year was "Home-
coming." The Student Council spent much time pre-
paring for this special event which took place on Oc-
tober 22, 1965. Pre-game preparations, building a
float, and decorating the cafeteria were all jobs done
by the Student Council to make it an enjoyable evening.
The win over Black River 28-6, added an extra bit of
Soft music created an effective mood and was fur-
nished by the Mood-Masters, a six piece band.
During the coronation ceremony, Joel McGuire
proudly carried the crown while Carol Baldner carried
the Queen's flowers.
Serving as master of ceremonies at
the game as well as the dance was Dean
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Homecoming Sparked b W
Preceding the game was the crowning of Lois Sellers
as queen of the homecoming festivities. She was
crowned by last year's queen, Candy Carl.
Nancy Gilbert, sophomore attendant, and Carolyn
Moody, freshman attendant, represented their re-
spective classes in the homecoming ceremonies.
served as the queen's attendants.
Lois, as well as her attendants were nominated
their classes and chosen at a special school assembly
where each had to explain what being an attendant o
queen would mean to them.
Queen Lois was honored at the homecoming
dance held in the appropriately decorated
Page 30 text:
" Dr. Sanderson, perhaps at medical school, they
6fHarvey" Draws Large Audiences
neglected to tell you that a rabbit has large pointed
A dozen members in the cast worked hard to
present such a lively comedy to keep the audience
filled with laughter.
Elwood P, Dowd . .
Veta Louise Simmons
Myrtle Mae Simmons .
Miss Johnson ....
Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet
Ruth Kelley ......
Duane Wilson . . .
Lyman Sanderson . .
William R, Chumley .
Mrs. Chumley ....
Judge Omar Gaffney
. . . . Terry Pore
. . . . . Kathy Fickes
. . Mary E1lenMaxwell
Joyce Ann Hoverstock
. . . . . . Susie Ailer
. . Mary Ann Ewing
. . Chuck Wiltrout
. . . Dave Butler
. . . Pete Kosse
. . Peggy Murphy
. . . . Greg Likes
ears, and that a hat for a rabbit would have to be per- E. J. Lofgren .... . . Butch Momchilov
forated to make room for these ears!"
"Aunt Ethel--I want you to meet Harvey. As you
can see, he's a Pooka." "Harvey says he would have
known you anywhere!"
The Dowd household was in an uproar
when Uncle Elwood brought home his closest
gh, friend, an imaginary 6 1X2 foot rabbit. The
M plot really thickens when Elwood is taken to a
L- , sanitarium, but his sister Veta is admitted in-
. stead. Everyone will remember the final out-
-' w Come when "I-larve " seems to become a
- if reality.
" , MZ..
1 The play was written by Mary Chase, and
7 the cast was chosen by the director from select
students in grades 10 tmough 12. Directed by
Mr. Robert Haxton and student directed by
- Donna Mutchler, the play touched the hearts
1' of the young as well as old attending the
1 evening performances of November 19 and 20.
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