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Page 17 text:
SID DENNY-Bowling 4.
why should life all labor be?
IELLA DI NICOLA-Girls' Chorus
ffice Assistant 2, 35 Secretary
iercial Club 3.
:se dark eyes the sparkling spirit
RT DOUTT-Production Staff Sen-
lay 3, 4.
should cares worry me?
LE DRIESCH-Accompanist Mixed
s 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 3, Stu-
Director Dramatic Club Play 2,
ction Staff Dramatic Club Play 3,
' Play 4, General Chairman Jun-
om 3, Girls' Chorus 2.
is so much to do and so little
ENE EDGAR-Production Staff
ny temper gilds the edges of
The impromtu reply is precisely the
touchstone of the man of wit.
RONALD FERO-Football 2, 3, 47 Vice
President Gas Model Club 3.
A word spoken in season, at the
right moment, is the matter of ages.
NANCY FERRIS-Cheerleader 3, 45
Girls' Chorus 2, Treasurer Homeroom
37 Production Staff Senior Play 4g Chair-
man Junior 'Prom Committee 3, Foot-
light Follies 2, Typist "Acropolis" 4,
"Acropolis" Homeroom Representa-
When she will she willf when she
won't she won't.
MARTIN FINN-Vice President Junior
Class 3, Vice President Student Coun-
cil 3p,0Treasurer Student Council 45
Treasurer Homeroom 2, Basketball 2,
3, 4, Football 2, Track 3, 4, Fireman
3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 45 Treasurer Hi-Y 47 Na-
tional Honor Society 4p "Hi-Times"
Homeroom Representative 4.
A gentleman from crown to sole.
Gentle in mannerg with quietness
Page 16 text:
.RA CHRISTIE-Junior Prom Com-
3, Footlight Follies 2, Girls'
a 2, Office Assistant 2, 3, 4.
sy, demure and dainty lass
ies" 4, Vice President Home-
2, Vice President Hi-Y 3, Presi-
Dramatic Club 3, Advertising
"Acropolis" 3, Production Staff
Play 3. 4, Historian Dramatic
, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary Photog-
Club 2, Production Staff Dra-
Club Play 3, Dramatic Club Play
Footlight Follies 2, "Hi-Times"
1, 4, Student Council 4, Manager
3, Junior Prom Committee 3.
capable of imagining all, of
ing all, and of doing every-
LLA CLUTE-National Honor So-
4, Production Staff Senior Play
:retary Biology Club 4, Cheer-
3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, Mixed
i 4, Junior Prom Committee 3,
:ry Homeroom 3, Orchestra 2,
resident French Club 2, Secretary
Blue Triangle 2, "Hi-Times" and
:olis" Homeroom Representa-
vays are ways of pleasantness,
ll her paths are paths of peace.
Y CORINO-Girls' Chorus 2,
aader 3, Chairman Junior Prom
tttee 3, Assembly Advisory Com-
3, 4, Vice President Co-Ed Club
ional Honor Society 4, Assistant
"Acropolis" 4, Advertising
"Acropolis" 4, Production Staff
Play 4, Girls' Ensemble 4.
is sweeter than a sweet person-
COVILLE-Girls' Chorus 3, Jun-
xm Committee 3.
ul and quiet, certainly to be
MARILYN COYLE-Chairman Senior Ball
The deepest rivers flow with the least
ROBERT CREVER-Football 4, Track 3,
4, Production Staff Senior Play 4,
Dramatic Club Play 2, 3, H-Y 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus 2, 4, Footlight Follies
2, Junior Prom Committee 3, Vice
President Dramatic Clubl3, Treasurer
Biology Club 4, Production Staff Dra-
matic Club Play 4.
Youth will have its fling.
PATRICIA CROWLEY-Treasurer Dome-
con Club 4.
Always happy, full of cheer, every
word and smile sincere.
EUGENE DAVIDOFF-Production Staff
Senior Play 4.
Wise men say little but think much.
Happy, carefree and thoroughly en-
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ERT GATTA-Baseball 2, 3, 4, Bas-
ill 2, 3, 4, President Sophomore
2, Student Council 2, President
:nt Council 4, Treasurer Student
icil 3, President BAA 3, 4, Fire-
3, 4, Fire Chief 4, Mixed Chorus 2.
ntleman,-an athlete, a good sport
Igh and through.
SELL GLINDMYER-Band 2, 3, 4,
sident German Club 4.
:ic speaks all languages.
l of life and fun.
RL HEITKAMP-Basketball 3, 4.
sighted down with business and
JNALD HIRSHORN-Football 4, "Hi-
nes" Reporter 4.
T who thinks for himself and rarely
itntes is a free man.
CAROL LEE HODGSON-Secretary Busi-
ness Law Club 4, Mixed Chorus 4.
She moves a goddess and she looks
THERESA ISABELLA-Girls' Chorus 2, 3.
l had rather do and not promise, than
promise and not do.
THERESA JACOBS-Office Assistant 4,
Student Council 2, Chairman Junior
Prom Committee 3, National Honor
Society 4, Art Editor "Acropolis" 4,
Production Staff Senior Play 4, Girls'
Chorus 2, Production Staff Dramatic
Club Play 3, Secretary Co-Ed Club 4,
Her voice was ever gentle and low-
an excellent quality in a woman.
NORA JASON-Girls' Chorus 3, Li-
brary Assistant 3, Treasurer Domecon
Club 3, Secretary Domecon Club 4.
A quiet life gives sweet delight.
NOREEN JENSEN-Vice President Red
Cross Club 3, 4.
Sober but not serious, quiet but not
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