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Page 83 text:
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.cz glittering sncccess in downtown Detroit
V Last year the annual Prom, presented by the ju-
nior class was held out of the high school for the
first time. The dance which was held in the Cry-
stal Ball Room at the Masonic Temple, was a very
impressive experience for all those who attended.
Programs and flowers, following the theme of
dance, were lavender and white, representing the
senior class colors. Main features of the ball room
were the two huge crystal chandeliers making the
room look like a page out of a story hook.
The spring prom is a tradition at Southfield and
signifies the closing of another school year for the
students and the end of high school for the gradu-
ating seniors. This dance is the last formal dance
of the year and is visited by many of the alumni,
making the dance a special affair for all students
who have attended Southfield.
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Mr. Robert Watts looks a little troubled and a little out. Mrs. Watts, Ted Mallon, and Jain Chapman greet
happy as he realizes that a good class is on the way Terry Brettschneider in the reception line.
Page 82 text:
1961 Junior Class presents 'Cristalique' prom
Couples attending the Senior Prom glide through an evening of remembrance to the beat of Dave Ma.rtin's band.
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Frank DeBottis, Terry Bernier, Kay Kananen, and Dave tended, relax at one of the many tables surrounding the
Jorgenson, two couples out of the 400 people who at- dance floor at the Crystal Ball Room.
Page 84 text:
Casualseniors attend graduation preparations
included senior awards in social
studies, mathematics, science, a
scholarship to Wayne State Uni-
versity,- and the Southfield Sun
Mr. Robert Watts and Mr. Robert E.
Hall point to a chair on stage for
Jo Berner after she had already
made several round trips from her
seat to accept her awards, which
Swing-out is the last assembly at
which all of the sophomore, junior,
and senior classes are present.
Graduating seniors sit in their re-
served seats on the floor, while
sophomores and juniors take their
places in the bleachers they will
occupy next year.
At this assembly seniors are
recognized for their outstanding
work, senior awards are presented,
scholarships are announced, and
plans of all seniors are revealed.
The Southfield High School Madrigal Choir graduation by singing the "Lords Prayer"
inspires the audience with the solemness of and "Halls of Ivy."
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