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Page 22 text:
Special Occasions Enhanced Our Year
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During the football games the popularity oi the con-
cessions stand rivaled that ol the iield itself. Candy,
hotdogs, coffee and popcorn were some of the ad-
Buying refreshments at football and basket-
ball games, admiring the art pictures at Pl-lS,
truly an art gallery, hearing the Band, Belles,
and Choir give another marvelous concert,
both at Christmas and in the spring, getting ice
cream and an assortment ot food at noon:
screaming 'lour heads oft' at the pep sessions
and at the games that followed-our life at PHS
was lull ot fun and excitement from start to
This balcony view of an assembly shows students
attentively listening to Fred Lowery, the Blind Whistler,
who presented one ol our auditoriurris, Many seniors
remembered his being here in their freshman year.
'lLet's twist again."
joiri in the dance at the
Boys' League Sweater
Hop The center camp-
fire, a ten-loot cowboy,
lernces, and bale.: of hay
added to the Western
style ot the dance.
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Capable Officers Headed Student Body
Eyeing each other's
41- posters, the candidate:
for Student Body Presi-
dent - lack Largdoi,
Nancy Reinelce, Deheeg
Clark, and Darryl lordan
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-display their favorite
Elections were a big part of student life. The
first few months of our busy year were filled
with campaigning: decorating cars, making
original signs, playing in an amateur band,
"Congratulations to us
all!" says DeWayne Buz-
bee, junior class presi-
dent, to Leroy Pope, sen-
ior class president, as
leff Nelp, sophomore
class president, joins
them outside the Student
Council chamber. Each
will represent his class
on the Council.
Adding notice of com-
ing events to the halpri
Poff memorial bulletin
board, Vice - ff:-xident
Darryl lordan is assisted
by the other Student
Body officers: Bunny
Pier, treasure-rg left Hen-
ry, presidentg Beverly
Black, secretary, :ind
iohn Allbritten, sergeant-
and giving final speeches before the student
body. All these efforts ended in the final elec-
tion of a Student Body president and the var-
ious class officers.
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What is the center of attraction: the Belles, the Band, or Mr, Noble?
Whichever one the audience watched served only to increase their
pleasure at this Christmas Concert.
The short by-ways through which our toot-
steps led us could never be forgotten. Dancing
at noon, rooting enthusiastically tor a noon
league team, designing senior skirts and cords,
decorating tor a formal dance, making signs
telling the Tigers to "Go Beat 'eml", going to
after-game dances, reading the Peruvian ----
such activities Were the end-strings ot our lite
that helped tie the middle together into one
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"Odds and Ends" of PHS Life
Cords and skirts-the sure signs of cr senior.
Mrs, Donald Bullock, who does many PHS ser.-
ior insignia," shows Diane Blackburn how she
will finish her skirt as lanet Gustafson exhibits
a finished product.
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Through ice and snow, sleet and heat, If c
taithlully makes his daily trips 2: and tt:1'
ottice as the official PHS iiiazlfcarrzei'
"Fair exchange." quotes Bob Mowery ':
Myers, "You give me a Heath Baz' :iii if gg'
dime." Kenny Scott Ted Hackett and Pri:
await their chances tc buy :ce c
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