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Page 239 text:
Mr. Kenneth Drake looks over specifications for this year's ORACLE. Mr. Al Wonch explains phototypesetting to Chuck Henderson.
Creating and publishing a yearbook involves the
work of many persons other than the yearbook staff.
Without the help of these others, the book could not
have been published.
Mr. Ken Drake, the sales representative from Ed-
wards Brothers, lnc. of Ann Arbor, kept us in constant
communication with the publisher. Mr. Al Wonch, of
Wonch Grafic Service, set all the type for this book.
Several other persons helped with the photography.
The services of the Norm Shaver Studio were always
available to us.
The ORACLE staff would also like to thank the ad-
ministration and faculty for their help, and also the
custodians, whose co-operation during the extra-time
work sessions proved invaluable.
To these persons and to various others who aided
the staff, we express our sincere appreciation.
Mr. Norm Shaver poses a senior for her portrait.
Mr. Zig Kowalski checks over his equipment before shooting the clubs.
Page 238 text:
"You name it - We have if' seems To be The slogan
of the Campus Book Club andthe Teen Age Book Club
here at Sexton. Under the guidance of a member of
the faculty, Mabel Cosby Ford, The two clubs have
been serving Sexton students for nearly ten years.
The best in popular Tiction, biography, travel - as
well as The enduring all-time classics - have found
Their way into the lockers, and from There into the
pick-of-The-paper-back libraries ot Sexton students.
Spanish Club members, Esther Pereida, Lynn Con-
verse, and Carolyn Wood, arrange their display case
for the Spanish Fiesta, El Club Coco.
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Juanita Grew and Kathy Kelley check in a shipment of Campus and
Teen Age books.
Latin Club members, Barney Speight, Mary Gronner,
and Marsha Butler, set out from Sexton To deliver
Roman Banquet invitations to Dr. Forrest G. Averill,
Superintendent of Schools.
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George P. Anderson Co.
JAMES F. ANDERTON
President Simon Iron 81 Steel Corp.
BARNEY C. COX
S. R. DIETRICH
OTTO E. ECKERT
General Manager Board of Water
ALBERT L. EHINGER
General Manager Ehinger
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Chairman Dean 81 Harris
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