REIGNING AS "Prom Queen" at Stoco High School Â·t the annual forma! Friday night Is Miss Patricia Webb, seated center. Four of her eight attendants include from loft, Miss Vicki Gills, Miss Donna Cox, Miss Linda Bolen, and Miss Kathy Atwood. OTHER ATTENDANTS in the court of Sloco High School's "Prom Queen" on Friday night nrc, Miss Lor- raine Walker, seated left; Miss Linda Guerrant, seated rluhl; Miss Diana Taylor, standing left, and Miss Jean Griffin. The prom llicnie was Three Coins In A Fountain. Stoco High School 'Prom Queen/ Attendants Reign At Wearing her crown as "Miss provided by a band, "Evil In- Prom Queen" for 1M8 at Stoco! High School on Friday night was! Miss Patricia Webb. The coronation of tho queen and presentation of her court of eight oilier senior girls climaxed climaxed the annual junior-senior prom Â«t (ho school. The formal event of the year, Inst the prom welcomes juniors to tho senior class, and is furewell to graduates, A thomo of ThreÂ« Coins In A Fountain" was carried out with a Ini-go silhouette of a couple dropping coins In the fountain. A blue ceiling and walls of btuo and pink accented tht central llicmc. Music was corporatcd" of Oak Hill. Miss Pally Anderson, junior sponsor was in charge of arrangements. arrangements. The court conslslcd of Miss Kalhy Atwood, first attendant; Miss Vicki Gills, second altond- nnl; Miss Linda Bolon, Miss Donna Cox, Miss Jean Orlfftn, Miss Linda Gum-rant, Miss Diana Diana Tnylor ami Miss I-orrnlnc Walker. A CANDIDATE for the annual school queen. Miss Webb Is n niemlier of the National Honor Â·Society and nttondnnl to Hie May Queen. Her parents nro Mr. and Mrs. Clarcnco WcbU of Whllby. CHOSEN AS May Queen, Miss Alwood is a flag girl in the band, a member or the annual and newspaper staffs; secretary-treasurer secretary-treasurer of the Band Council; Council; serves ns president of tho Pep Club; vlco president of llic Glco Chih, nnd is n monilwr of llio Camera Club. Slio served Attendant to the May Queen, she received the John Phillip Sousa award Riven (o the most outstanding musician hy GuU Woman's CIul). Her pnrctits nra Mr. nnd Mrs. Frazior Gills of Coal City. AN ATTF,NDANT in (lie Mny Court, Miss Wnlkcr Is a member of llio National Society in tho nil-County Chorus, midland the Spanish Club. Klin Is tho Is the daughter of Mrs. Inn Atwood Atwood of Conl City, IIHAI) TWIIII,ER with the bniul, Miss Gills is president nf the b n n d ; secretary of (he Glee Club; a member of (lie annual stuff, the Pep Club, and ntlvml- cd the nil-County Bnnd event. (InuKhlcr of Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Wnlkor of Ghent. A CANDIDATE for llio May Queen title, Miss Cox wns nn attendant to Miss Stoco and n princess In the May Court. She is a member of tlto I'cp Club, ninuml M u f f , Glco niul Cam mi clubs, soi'rclary of (tie seniori clnss, and represented nor school in (tic All-Comity Chorus. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Troy Cox of Prlncowick. A 'MAJOUKTTK for two years, Miss Taylor belongs to tho Pep and Camera clubs; served ns n member of the Mny Court, tmd has been in the sdiool baud for six ycnrs. She IN the daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Orlto Taylor of Josephine. TI1K HONOli of rcprescnlinK her .school ns Miss Ktoco wns thai of Miss llolcn, nlso nn attendant In the Mny Court, A member of the bnnd for six yours, she is sccvetnry of the Cnmcrn Club, n member ot llio annual staff, and the Pep Clnl HIT parents arc Mr. and Mr. Quincy rSolen of Josephine, an she also was a member of Alt-County Bnnd. A DAUGHTER ot Mi-, nn Mrs. Robert Giicrrnnt of Win ing Gulf, Miss G u c n m i member of tho Pop, Gleo iin Camera clubs mid the nnmia stuff. PRESIDENT OF the Bon Club, Miss Griffin belongs to I! Camnru, Pep and Glee club and is chairman of tier cla section on llio nniiunl slntt. n princess in the May Com 1 she Is the dnugliti'i- of Mr. ai 1 Mrs. Charles Griffin ot En G u l f .