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Page 17 text:
Jim was a quiet Senior. Around the shop he could be
found tinkering with machines. He plans to work in the
field of public utilities.
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Phyllis was with us only two years yet she was very
much a part of our class. She was a member of Future
Nurses. Phyllis plans to study nursing.
"Rich" was one of the cheerful Seniors. He liked out-
door sports, especially pheasant hunting. His good sense
of humor made him a valuable asset to the Senior Class.
Motel management is his future concern.
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Lois participated in many activities including Red
Cross, of which she was President, Speech Club and
Startimes Staff. She was a great person to have as a
friend. After graduation she plans to train show horses.
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Row one: Sandra Stegner, Treasurer. Row two: Dianne Gifford, Secretary
Maureen O'Malley, President, Mr. Paul Holway, Advisor. Row three: M
Gordon Bianchi, Advisor, Christian Day, Vice-President.
"Columbus Rumpus" brought the Senior activ-
ities into full swing. Committees spent many
hours planning decorations, refreshments, tickets
and entertainment. On October ll, the Senior
class successfully presented their first dance of
With the dance over, the class immediately
began work on the Senior play. After the players
were cast, and the memorization of lines under-
taken, the "props" committee began work on the
scenery. The publicity committee arranged pub-
lic announcements and the make-up committee
began experimenting with varied make-up tech-
niques. Under the direction of Mr. Sylves, the
Senior class presented "Who Dunit?" on Novem-
ber 16 and 17.
With Christmas approaching, the Senior class
began work on a Christmas dance. The title,
"Snow Ball," was chosen and a mountain lodge
provided the theme. The regular committees were
set up. A turkey dinner was served along with
light refreshments. The entertainment committee
was able to obtain Santa Claus as a special guest.
After Christmas vacation, the class busied it-
self arranging for caps and gowns, minature di-
plomas, and graduation announcements.
In April and May, the class worked on the
Junior-Senior prom. Long hours of decorating
and poster-making preceded a dreamy evening
In June the Junior class honored the Class of
'63 with the traditional Senior Banquet. It proved
to be an evening of fun and relaxation. The
Banquet reminded the Class graduation was at
Class day was next on the agenda. Speeches
were written, seating arranged and procedure re-
hearsed. The memorable event witnessed the ex-
cited class dressed in their Sunday Best. The
assembly brought the day to a close.
'At the close of this, their concluding high
school year, the Seniors buzzed with anticipation
of graduation, each looking optimistically into
the future. V U
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Sandy was one of the light-hearted girls of our Senior
Class. Her activities during High School included Choir
and Red Cross. She could usually be found with Jim.
After graduation, she plans to attend college.
Kathy's ready smile and friendly attitude made her
well known to all. She majored in business and belonged
to Future Secretaries. She was a working girl in her
Senior yearg and her success on that job assures her a
A real asset to the Senior Class. Rita, active on many
committees, was always willing to lend a hand. Her
activities included Intramurals, Future Secretaries, Lead-
er's Club, and Yearbook Staff. Her plans after gradua-
tion are undecided.
Anna was known for her willingness to work and
ability to get things done. This was proven by her en-
thusiasm for class activities, and the line job she did as
Secretary of the National Honor Society. She also be-
longed to I.eader's Club and helped in the Bookstore.
After graduation, she plans to major in medical tech-
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