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WITHIN MY MEMORY
As we the Senior Class of 1973, look back, it is hard to remember all of the little things our class as a whole
participated in during our four years here. Many things happened and many things changed. Do you remember
As freshmen we were new, inexperienced, and whether or not we want to admit it, we were unsure of
ourselves. Mr. Baker, our class advisor, didn't waste any time getting us out on the streets selling magazines,
candles, stationery, and who knows what else. Our Freshmen Football team had a sensational season of six
wins, two losses, thanks to all of those brave muscular guys, and we beat West Deptford Varsity team 14-6. The
Age of Aquarius we'll never forget, all those balloons? We got the hop off of the ground but oh, that Christmas
Cotillion. Something else happened, it was the year Women's Lib took a step forward. Girls could now wear
slacks to school. By the end of the year the upperclassmen broke us in and finally we would become
The first day back as Sophomores something was different-the V.P. After the first week Mr. 0'Connor
became well known. That year we were all off to a better start with the help of Miss Devinny. We sold
magazines again and held a car wash that left a lotto be desired from the customers-but at least we had a
great time. And who could forget that great production of the Variety Show entitled "Rainbow of Stars." We
didn't have much luck with the Sophomore Hop because it was cancelled. Every year we decorated our car for
Homecoming which, of course, was in our opinion always the best decorated car there. The Rock Band "One
Step Beyond" became famous after just one concert. But what do you expect from W.H.S.? During the summer
a big operation took place of putting down a new gym floor. Never again would we fall over the boards that
buckled up in the middle of the gym.
As Juniors we began to make ourselves at home. It was the first year of staggered sessions and it was the first
year for the Prom. Unfortunately not everyone was allowed to go because of the misunderstanding between the
studentseand the school board. The Prom's Theme was "Colour My World" and it tumedgout gmat. Wegsom
candy and programs at the football games and decorated another outstanding car for homecoming. The Junior
play "Our Town" also survived and we beat Edgewood on Thanksgiving Day. That was the year we gave all the
Driver Education teachers nervous breakdowns. Our Cross Country Team was unbelievable and brought much
fame to W.H.S., and last of all our Tennis Courts were resurfaced.
The day finally came, we were there . . . SENIORS . . . at last. So much happened. Miss Devinny turned Mrs.
John Norcross, Congratulations. The school released us at 12:10 every day because of split sessions. All the of-
fices and guidance rooms were redone over the summer to add a new and different sight to the old place. The
play under the direction of Mr. Dennis was a success and a lot of fun. The Yearbook took a lot of work and we
could never have done it without Mrs. Schafer. The Juniors will give us our prom and we won't have to worry
about paying for it. Our three Queens at Homecoming were beautiful and so were the cars. The Seniors on
Cross Country came through again in flying colors and we even tied a Football Game. We'll never forget those
Senior Supremacy Days or our victory in the Powder Puff Game. Our Soccer team had a fantastic season, and
Mr. Gunner was here to see it all too. Our trip was to Washington and we also had a "Class Night" to put on. But
of course the day we'll never forget will be the "Graduation of the Class of 1973,"
Freshmen Sophomore Junior Senior
President - John Hewitt Mark Candidi Omar Bey Omar Bey
V.P. - JoAnn Leinger JoAnn Leinger Mark Baldwin Roger Cassi
Secretary - Debra Janos Dot Krawsky Lea Matta Effie Pappas
Treasury - Roger Cassi Terry Mather Terry Mather 180k Rein
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by Thorton Wilder
Stage manager .... ..... ....... P r iscilla Smith
Mrs. Webb ...... .... M ary Romanowsky
Mr. Webb ..... .... J eff Thompson
Emily Webb .... Claire Pedrick
Mrs. Gibbs ..... .... J anet Donaldson
Doc. Gibbs .... ............ A I Haag
George Gibbs .... .... G eorge McDonald
Rebecca Gibbs .... ..... D onna Hegge
Constable Warren... .... Kathy Caprioni
Joe 8. Si Crowell ..... Alvin Olson
Howie Newsome .... ...Bruce Marino
Simon Stinson .... ....... 0 mar Bey
Grave digger .... .... K enny Fleming
Louella ....... .... . . ......... Terry Lech
Proffessior .................................. Ed Dare
Promptress' ...... Billie Ann Boeckle 81 Cathy Riemer
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