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Bring Variety to All-Scliool Assemblies AMUSING ANTIC. Since she had never been initiated, Maureen Canfield, vice- president of Commercial Club, had to chomp into a dangling apple for her stunt. CAVEMAN CUTIES. At an indoor pep session for football. Miss Guided (Dave Hunterl , Miss Ima Bear (Frank Signorino) , and Miss Maroon (Ken Deitchley) listen hopefully as Jamie McCoy announces the new Miss America. POOPED FINGERS. Mr. Edward Andros snapped 1589 smiling faces during the two days that underclass pictures were taken. Ron Holland poses for his shot.
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Spanking Judge, Misko Staff, Hoot Group CONCENTRATION. Occasionally students like Anna Dunkleberger, Kent Kem- merling, and Ted Spear do try to study at the library. However, during the busy hours between 6:30 and 8:30, it is difficult to find a vacant seat, let alone study. SUBSCRIPTION ASSEMBLY. Cart-pushing janitor Dick LeMon was one of many color- ful characters who appeared in the Misko- deed " Man-on-the-Street " skit. October was chocked full of assembly programs. To kick off the Miskodeed subscription drive, the 1965 sfaff presented a " Man-on-the-Street " skit. A Caveman carrying a Miskodeed chiseled out of stone, a gangster who hoped to steal the entire 1750 copies of the Miskodeed because his mug shot was included, and the Beatles, who sang their famous " Yea, Yea, Yea, ' urged us to subscribe. In another program for the entire school, Judge William Obermiller, the " spanking judge " from Whiting, told us about teen-age crimes, pointing out the effects of drinking, careless driving, and fighting. We left the assembly impressed by the fact that seemingly innocent acts can have serious conse- quences. On the lighter side a few choir members brought laughter, singing, and clapping at a " Hootenanny " assembly. We enjoyed such songs as " All My Trials, " " Scotch and Soda, " " Banua, " and " Today. " Sometimes our homework involved finding reference informa- tion so we moved operations to the public library. However, among friends we goofed off, wasting precious study hours. We primped for underclass pictures, practiced selections for Music Honor So- ciety auditions, prepared our favorite dishes for Home Ec and Future Teachers Clubs ' picnics, thought up ridiculous stunts for Commercial Club initiations, and then enjoyed a long-anticipated two-day vacation of sleeping ' til noon, watching television, and ig- noring homework during teachers ' convention.
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Slaving many long hours cutting crepe paper, painting letters, and assembling floats, we tried to make 1964 Homecoming the best ever. Because of popular demand the Student Council Corona- tion Ball, " Moonlight Masquerade, " was held October 31, the Saturday night before the game, but only 160 students danced around a haunted house and graveyard to the lively music of the Lettermen. Ann Leyes, attired in a shocking pink brocade dress and escorted by Hi-Y president Dave Falkenau, reigned as Home- coming Queen. Homecoming itself turned out to be a bigger success with its inspiring pep session and parade of 17 floats, topped off with a football victory that evening for MHS over Fort Wayne North. Several teachers entertained us with a skit at the pep session. We laughed at " rival coach " Mr. James Braunsdorf, physics teacher, ^s he appeared toting an oversized handkerchief and crying large fearful tears, begging his kidnappers not to hurt him. The band, vigorously playing the school song, led the parade, followed by the queen and her court riding in convertibles and then the 17 floats. History Club, whose slogan was " Sink the Redskins, " devised a leaky canoe which squirted real water, much to the annoyance of anyone in its path; nevertheless, it won the prize for originality. Art Club won for beauty, and German Club for appropriateness of theme. Each club won an award of ten dollars. Squirting Canoe, Coloring Book, Wall HALF TIME FESTIVITIES. Ann Leyes (centerl, 1964 Homecoming Queen, poses at the Homecoming game with her court, Pam Craig, )ana Yoang, Cheryl Ashley, Marie Calentine, Carol Bickel, and Sharon Smith. * -■^ ^ > «^ ^^- — *- .^^ ' ^ JE^k it - bte,. ,^ - ■3 ^ ^W ^ -^ ' % i W^ e:j r «N|^ ' 11^5^ J - ' I^M > ■IB 1 ^ ' ' •^■^ if II I 1- m 11 H^ 1 Ekm m - ■# ■■ . MM
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