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Page 13 text:
Homecoming of 1951 began with a mild roar and ended in a
bangup explosion when the Lemmon Cowboys defeated the
Pierre Governors 7 to O on Friday night, October 19th.
The Coronation ceremonies took place Thursday night,
October eighteenth. The identification of the Queen was kept
secret until then. Candidates for Marshall were Kenneth Ash-
more, James Duncan and Clifford Raffertyg Queen candidates
were Beverly Allart, Lillien Krischen, Georgine Rustad, Norma
Jean Sattler and jean Wanstedt.
A breathless hush settled over the audience when Queen
Jean Wanstedt entered the school gymnasium at the side of
Kenneth Ashmore, Marshall. The welcoming speech was given
by the Marshallg then the queen was crowned. Queen Jean
gave her address to the audience and was presented a bouquet
ofroses by Clifford Rafferty.
Entertainment was provided by the girl's glee club, and a
group of ten juniors who danced before the throne. Also the
freshmen put on a one act play.
After Coronation the students snake-danced out to the
football field for a bonfire and pep meeting. Still later they
proceeded to the Palace Theater where they saw a free show.
A float was made by the school for the Homecoming royal-
ty, on which they rode out to the football field on Friday night.
At the start of the game Queen Jean kissed the ball. During
the first and second quarter of the game no score was made,
but in the third the Cowboys scored and made their extra point.
The Pierre Governors threatened in the fourth quarter but did
not score. This was the last game of the football season be-
cause ofthe cancellation of the Mott and Belle Fourche games.
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