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Page 68 text:
The smiling trio of the Junior Class are officers: President, Tom Thomas; Secretary, Phyllis Vandekerckhove; and Treasurer, Bob White. Midd leclassmen Enjoy New Rank of Superiority Over sophomore shyness, and preparing themselves for " Seniority " is the happy-go- lucky junior class. Casting sympathetic smiles on newly oriented sophomores, juniors eagerly anticipated the coveted role of Senior. Old jobs, such as being class officers, and newer ones — club and Senate officers and committee chairmen — were all accepted with ease and competently carried out by the Juniors. Many Junior boys joined track, wres¬ tling, football and basketball as members of the Varsity teams. Two bouncy Varsity cheerleaders helped the " old hand " seniors in cheering these teams on to victory. Novice Juniors learned the facts about publishing a paper and capably edited the Spring editions of the Crimson Crier. They also acted as Watchtower assistants. Juniors were assistants in other things too. Gym and pool assistants, cafeteria and office help¬ ers were all kept busy and active. Junior thespians presented a convincing performance in their class play " Night Must Fall. " Many middleclassmen also entered and won various speech contests, including " I Speak For Democracy. " The Junior Achievement tests, viewed by every Junior with dread, were given in the fall. Juniors also took " dry runs " on the PSAT and College Board exams which they will be allowed to take again next year. Receiving their class rings, the Senior Assembly, hosting the upperclassmen at the Junior-Senior Prom, and leading the proces¬ sion on graduation night as Junior Marshals highlighted the spring months of the Class of ' 61. Such a well-rounded year of schooling and extracurricular activities has prepared the juniors to take over the reins and be ac¬ complished leaders as the Class of 1961. 64
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Mervin Wilson Wilbur Wilson James Winters Larry Wisenburg Barbara Wiss Sandra Woest Gwenyth Wood Ernest Workman John Worrell Roy Wyckoff Roberta Yohn Joan Zeffren Marsha Zeitler James Ziel Deborah Ziffren Bring Reality of Future Closer Learning to fly — Marsha Blunt tests one of the Physical Education Departments new trampolines.
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Ronold Zbleski, Jock Yeocum, James Worthington, Michael Wynn, Martin Wiss, Lawrence Williamson, Dennis Zavett, Richard Zirbes, William Ziel, Berkley Willhite, Thomas Young, Stanley Wilson, Linda Zetterlund, Mary Wood, Jac¬ queline Wozniok, Sharon Wit- mer, Marilyn Woy, Patricia Wolverton, Judith Williamson, Phyliss Young, Julie Wince, Anita Young, Patricia Wilson, Altheda Winters and Martha Zek. Prepare Themselves for Leadership Raymond Fontenoy, Ronald Gann, Peter Gartelos, Leroy Ful¬ ler, Vernon Glison, Homer Ful¬ ler, Kurt Froehlick, Michael Fuller, Kathleen Glancey, Dan¬ iel Gillette, Kathleen Gartelos, Betty Frey, Arlene Fox, Step¬ hanie Foulk, Mary Gadaire, Frederick Frink, Jo Ann Gar¬ rett, Robert Flake, John Fox, Judith Franklin, Elaine Geiger, Cyla Franklin, Rolando Garcia, Carol Frink, and Donald Ge- sualdo.
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