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Page 53 text:
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Page 52 text:
UCHEAPER BY THE DOZEN"
ROW' 1: Karl Robe, Bill Shively. ROW 2: Mr. Williain Kincaid, Ralph House, Joe Maloney, Page Busken, Karen
Bonini, Alan Crew, ,Iohannah DeCam
Lynne Drake. Dave Petke. jack Ball.
The 1960 Senior Class
p, Charlotte Manning. Mary McCash, Lynn Ruehlmann. ROW' 3: Sharon Schwarz.
Play, "Cheaper By The Dozen," was presented on February
5 and 6, under the direction of Mr. William P. Kincaid. The story revolved around
Mr. Gilbreth and his saving waste motion in his family of a dozen dutiful d'Einsteins.
The amateur thespians with the devoted aid of Theresa, the floppy-eared dog, made the
play a success.
171111 Nick Curtis
and Ralph House
, Dianne Besuden
ROW ONE: Margaret Roberts, JoAnn jagers, Darby McLaughlin
Susan Murphy, Lynnette von Hedemann. ROW TWO: Sue Deupree.
Paul Stephan. ROW THREE: Dave McLennan, Don Wellmann, Ed
Fischer. ROW FOUR: Bill Hollenbeck, Jerry Ries, Bob Albrecht.
FEVE: Dave Petke, Ken Grob, Bruce Mintum. ROW SIX:
Page 54 text:
The 1960 Junior-Senior Prom was held at the Alms Hotel. The dance was preceded
by a buffet dinner. The dancers were entertained by the Keynotes.
At the magic hour of twelve o'clock Bob Miller, the junior class president, crowned
Donna Campbell Queen of the Prom. The Queen crowned jeff Burdsall as King. Each
of the elected escorts crowned the attendants of the royal court. The attendants, Nonnie
Steer, Janice Tanner, Leila johnson, and Nancy Bell, danced with their escorts, Page
Busken, Dave Binstadt, Dale Peter, and Paul Stephan while the band played "Moon-
light in Vermont."
After the dance a church service was held by the Rev. Luther Tucker and the Rev. Paul
Vandergriff. Students then boarded busses for Chatauqua for bowling, skating and
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