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Guest speaker Mr. Carter Ramsey and faculty members listen as the awards are presented. Varsity Club members and their guests enjoy after meal activities. The Pioneer athletes were honored at the annual athletic banquet held in the Lebanon Ele- mentary school cafeteria, Saturday, May 15. Let- ters were presented to the varsity football, basket- ball, baseball, and track players. The J.V. play- ers were also honored with certificates for ser- vices rendered in football and basketball. Most valuable player awards were presented to Doug Davidson in football. Butch Noe in basket- ball, Jack Davis in baseball, and Robert Sword in track. The guest speaker was Mr. Castro Ramsey of Emory and Henry College. CTlih eiic CBan Larry Morrison receives a cer- tificate for service from Mr. Bryant. Mr. Bryant stands with honored athletes; Butch Noe, basketball; Robert Sword, track; Jack Davis, baseball; and Doug Davidson, football. 96
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cS, unior-- senior " In Days of Old " was the theme of the annual prom sponsored by the junior class held on Saturday night, May eight, from seven- thirty till eleven. Everyone enjoyed dancing to the music of Hal Salmon and his Sextet. Mike Lowdermilk asks Sandra Bowles for the first dance. Around one hundred fifty lovely ladies and handsome es- corts danced in a setting of chiv- alry days in the gymnasium . Streamers of gold, white, and purple overhead were caught in the center by a royal crown with serpentine streamers from it. At one end of the floor was a castle, complete with chained draw bridge guarded by a green dragon. Along the walls of the gym was a castle wall from which hung banners and flags. On one end was the school shield. At the other end of the gym was a picture of a dragon. Card tables were covered with white cloth and adorned with a gold glitter ed white candle. Favors of a wand and sword were given. Refreshments were served at intermission in the cafeteria. After intermission Mr. Whited crowned Linda Perry as Queen and David Lowe as King.
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