dated April 15, 1966
Paradise Isle' to fete tonight at Ambassador|
"Paradise Isle," this years Junior Senior prom, will be presented this evening in the Boulevard Ballroom at the Ambassador Hotel from 8pm to 11pm.
Anna Foster, music chairman, has selected Bill Roberts and his orchestra to provide the music for the dance.
The crowning of the king and queen will highlight the evening. In charge of the crowning were committee chairmen Barbara McCormick and Sharon White.
Publicity chairman was Tina Thorburn while Pat Henderson and Sharon Souder took care of dance programs.
Those attending are reminded not to take the table decorations because they belong to the hotel", said Mrs. Mark, senior class advisor.
HYC officers:3 from HHS; 1, Leuz.|
Peggy Conlon was installed as president of the Hawthorne Youth Canteen last March 26, at a special installation banquet.
Janet Voss will be the new vice president while Linda Cirillo, a Leuzingerite, will take the notes as secretary.
Gayle Jilson and Joyce Matthew are the new co-historians.
Peggy is the first female president of the HYC, which has a membership of 2000 people.
"We plan to continue the Casey Kasem Dance every Friday night as well as the Wednesday night drop-ins", commented Peggy.
The drop-ins are limited to teenagers only, while the Casey Kasem fetes are 9th and above.
by Dave Chauncey-Sports Editor
Hawthorne High's Varsity Club will present its second annual Varsity Club Follies next Thursday and Friday, April 21 and 22.
Both performances will begin at 8pm and will be presented in Nyman Hall. Tickets are $1.00
Tom DeMary will act as Master of Ceremonies at the "all new" show. Following the same pattern as last year there will be the crazy skits and funny sketches, but the Varsity Club has brought out a new twist this year with two new acts. Yostaka Ban, Olympic wrestling star from Japan, will put on a demonstration with Rick Bollinger on Greco-Roman wrestling.
A second added attraction will be a Kindo match performed by two Japanese enthusiasts. Kindo is an exciting and fascinating sport. It combines quickness, strength, and stamina.
"The show will be funny as last year, but with a little more variety," commented Coach Hal Chauncey, co-sponsor of the club.
A rating of "Excellent" was recently awarded to the HHS cafeteria from the L.A. county Health Department.
Names of the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the Class of 66 were released and they are Elodie Babyak, with a 4.0 grade average, and Anna Foster, with a 3.9142 average.
In the list of top ten students in the senior class are also Larry Tippie, Carl Bryan, Eileen Johnson, Cinda Harris, Harry Woo, Sandra Rutter, Marcia Bennett, and Karen Hastings. There are 538 students all told.
Valedictorian Elodie is a member of the Diaconians and has been an officer in that organization; she has been both junior and senior class vice president; she has been a member and officer of Future Teachers; she is a member of the Scholarship Society; and she has been active in Biology Club in addition to earning a straight "A" average.
Anna has been active in American Field Service, an officer and active member of Scholarship Society, a California Scholarship Federation sealbearer, a member of the student accreditation committee, a Diaconian, vice-president of the junior class and treasurer of the senior class.
"There has been at least one person every year with a 4.0 average. Last year it was Tom Stewart, the year before Joe Winnyk, and the graduating class of 63 had two - Linda McVeigh and Diane Bleeker," commented Mrs. Fairbanks, records clerk.
The woodshop of Hawthorne High School will place its five year grand prize winning streak on the line, Tuesday April 26, as HHS hosts its Industrial Art Exhibit for Hawthorne's school open house.
Dinner will be available in the cafeteria from 5:30 to 7:30, with the classrooms being open from 7 to 8:30. Displays for the industrial arts exhibit will be from HHS' seven industrial arts division. They are printing, drafting, electrical shop, woodworking, metal working, auto shop, and photography.
Awards will be given for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in each division. A grand prize will be given for the best overall project. The woodshop has captured this latter trophy for the past five years. All trophies are furnished by the Dad's Club of Hawthorne High. The Judging will be done by Industrial Arts educators from the other schools in the Centinela Valley. It will be based on craftsmanship, ability, and design.