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Page 76 text:
1. No Secrets
2. Out too late?
3. Why so sad?
4. Get the idea?
6. Love must be grand
7. Good balance
8. Talking it over
9. Where's the smile?
10. Is that so!
11. The Colgate smile
12. Main attraction
So happy Four Stooges Caught in the act Posed Noon hour Cleaning up The old potato dance That's the plan
Page 75 text:
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Miss Barbara Huddleston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Huddleston, was chosen by vote of the senior class and faculty of Morrisonville High School to receive the D.A.R. citizenship award.
Miss Huddleston ranked high scholastically and was active throughout the four years in extra curricular activities.
She served as business manager of the yearbook staff and was an active member of F.H.A. and G.A.A. Her numerous other activities included four years as a member of the school chorus. She reigned as the
1954 Carnival Queen and was an attendant to the queen when she was a sophomore.
In her junior year she served on the library staff and was an attendant to the
1955 prom queen. She was a member of both the junior and senior play casts.
Barbara was selected for this honor on the basis of dependability, service, leadership and patriotism.
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Miss Karen Saffer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Saffer, was chosen as the Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow for 1956 in the Mor risonville High School. She received the highest score in a written examination which tested the homemaking knowledge and attitudes of senior girls.
Miss Saffer, an honor student, has been active in school activities. She has been a member of F.H.A. and served as recreation leader her sophomore year. Karen is a member of band, chorus, and girls ensenble.
She has served as student librarian and was vice-president of the Freshman Class. In both the junior and senior play casts she had a leading part. Miss Saffer was attendant to the Carnival Queen her sophomore year and attendant to the prom queen her junior year.
Karen received a golden award pin designed by Trifari.
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