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Page 16 text:
1. Current Events? 2. The mad chemist, Freels.
3. Orchids to the teacher! 4. Student Teachers are
fun! 5. Look at the birdie, Lenore. 6. Busy as bees.
Page 15 text:
diamonds on their third fingers from the Christmas tree - Santa
also brought two new teachers, Mrs. Arndt and Mrs. Lee. We
finally found out that "Fearless" was none other than Joan
Partritz - She sure had us guessing about all those articles she
wrote about the teachers - Then it was sectional time, Hoosier
Hysteria really took hold - John Adams lost in her first game to
Washington-Clay, but we put up a good fight - We won nine
of our eighteen basketball games which isn't too bad.
Things really began to happen in our second semester. We
got measured for our caps and gowns, we ordered cards and
announcements - Senior play practice began - The prom com-
mittee started working hard - The Soci Trips began - The
senior class learned what a big dirty place Chicago really is.
The day finally arrived - The Prom - We called it the "Golden
Mist"- Then of course we had our senior exams the same day
- Next was Cap and Gown Day, when we all paraded in our
Hnery for the benefit of the lower classmen - And the wagon
wheels rolled along --they rolled right up to Baccalaureate
and Commencement- We received our diplomas and for some
of us it was the end of our long iourney through school- For
others it was just a stop in the road, for college shines on ahead
- None of us will ever forget John Adams and the wonderful
trip through it, but the wagon wheels must roll along.
For the complete list of honors and awards made at the
Senior Assembly on May 3l, see page 83.
FIRST ROW, left picture:
"Best sense of humor"-
Harold Heeter and Betty
Gudates. Right picture:
"Best Personality" - Jerry
Freels and Connie Hudson.
SECOND ROW, left picture:
"Most Friendly" - Marilyn
Deidrich, Joe Howell, and
Artie Grant. Right picture:
"Most Likely to Succeed"
-Laurette Cantor and Dave
Gibson. THIRD ROW, left
picture: "Best Dressed"-
Bill Clark and Jo lngletield.
Right picture: "Best Man-
nered"- Dave Hyde, Susie
Schwier and Bob Miller.
FOURTH ROW: "Best Look-
ing"- Myra Roberts and
Page 17 text:
TOP ROW, left picture: Cheer Us on kids. TOP ROW, center:
Ozark Ike Smithberger. TOP ROW, right: What's the Joke?
BOTTOM ROW, left: Romeos of the prom. BOTTOM ROW,
right: Time out for a quick-up!
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