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Page 139 text:
Werner Rimatzki Nancy Roberts
Grace Rogge Larry Roller
Diane Ross Dorothy Sahlsten
Larry St. Germain Lionel St. Onge
Government Day recruits Senior participants
Elected Government Day officials and those appointed by
the student mayor, for 1961, stand on stage and applaud
as their city counterparts and school officials are intro-
duced to the student body. Senior Government Day is an
annual event sponsored by the Southfield Optimist Club.
It was started in 1958 as part of the Ofptimists' pnartici-
pation in Government Week, with the ai of Miss oreen
Studies Dep artment. A
Picard, chairman of the Social
student who is interested in the event must first procure a
petition for the office he is interested in. When he ob-
tains 50 signatures on his petition the student's name
appears on the primary ballot. The two leading can-
didates for each office plan a campaign- for the .final
election, in which the senlors use votlng machines.
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Donald Glush, the 1961 student mayor, accepts
a plaque with his name on it from Mr. William Mitchell Pouak Roseanne Potestio
Starkey, past president of the Southfield Op-
timists. Ronald Quinn Anne Randle
Ruth Ann Rausch Brian Realy Cheryl Reimer Julie Reinhard
Rick Reid Sherelle Reile Stephen Renton George Riddell
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'Last Chance' given as inezl Senior dance
"Last Chance" was the final dance that the senior ities in the form of mobiles and streamers, fashioned
class gave. Mottos, applying to final senior activ- the decor for the dance.
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Grant Santimore Richard Saro Timothy Schlenkert Susan Sohoenfeldt,
William SZJIVOIB, Patricia Schelklln Cheryl Sch!-Qeder Sheldgn Segel
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