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Page 7 text:
Table of Contents
The School ...... .... . page 8
The Experiment . . .
Organizations . . .
Social Events . . .
e People ...... . . .
Seniors . .. ...
Faculty . . .
Page 9 text:
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What began with the selection of the most photo-
genic young lady in the Joliet Township High School
senior class and the "sweetheart" of this, the "J of
'63," ended in colorful splendor for Sylvia Lundin, Miss
J of 1963, when she was crowned by royalty- in the
person of Charlene QLundberg1 Froid, Miss United
States of 1960 - at the midterm "Scholarship Swing."
Sylvia's picture was selected from those of the ten Miss
J finalists at the left by Erv Kupcinet, nationally fa-
mous Chicago Sun-Times columnist and host of tele-
vision's "Kup's Show." ln so becoming Miss J, Miss
Sylvia Lundin has epitomized the yearbook editor's
hopes of highlighting this annual in the regality be-
fitting such an honor.
The "J of '63" editors' purpose in sponsoring the Miss J Contest
started originally with the idea of selecting the girl "pretty as a
picture." But when ten lovely finalists were selected by local com-
mittees, the same editors couldn't resist splurging, in color, on
all ten. The result: this elegant color reproduction of Miss J and
the nine other finalists was effected on the stairs leading to the
ballroom at D'Amico's 214. The finalists are, first row, left to right,
Minnie Wisneslri, Karen Kramer, Linda Jones, Jeanette Hicksp second
row, Sylvia Lundin, Miss J of 1963, Joan Hynd, Marilyn Sleyko,
Avace Gregory: and third row, Sandy Robinson and Rita Wolf.
Miss J receives an affectionate felicitation from her mother after
being crowned at the "Scholarship Swing." John Hathway, Sylvia's
escort, and Mr. Ernst Lundin, the "sweetheart's" father, anxiously
await their turns.
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