Clipped From Beckley Post-Herald The Raleigh Register
is - seat" and rare published or in sign an it.' Crowning Set Friday Judy Ann Cole To Reign As 1965 Homecoming Queen At Stoco Judy Ann Cole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cole, will reign as 1965 Homecoming Queen at Stoco High School. Crowning of the queen and presentation of her court will take place during half-time ceremonies of 'the Stoco High-Trap Hill football game Friday. Members of the royal court are Jackie Farley and Debbie White, seniors; Linda Bolen, sophomore, and Deania Ryan, junior. Co-captains of the football team, Eugene Harold and Eddie Pritchard, will crown the queen. A first year student at Stoco High, Judy is serving as a majorette and has been elected vice president of the Book Club and is a member of the Pep Club. A student at Spanishburg High School last year, Judy was a cheerleader, a majorette and held offices in various organizations. Judy has earned several medals in twirling contests and placed third in the Mercer County talent contest. Barents of Jackie are Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Farley, Odd. She has been a member of the band for six years. j During her sophomore and' junior years, Jackie served as a princess to the homecoming queen and as a freshman was vice president of the band. She also was named the best all- around band student. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam White, Odd, is Debbie, who has been a member of the Pep Club, two years, and Glee Club for three years. Junior princess in the homecoming activities is Deanna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ryan, Coal City. She has been a member of the Glee Club two years and the Pep and Book Clubs, one vear. Members of the Homecoming Court at Stoco High School are Deanna Ryan, Judy Cole, queen, Debbie White, Linda Bolen and Jackie Farley. DOLL SCARE WASHINGTON (UPI) -- The Defense Department says there is no basis for fears that dolls sent home by U.S. troops in Viet Nam might contain explosives. A Pentagon spokesman said Wednesday that the "Booby trap doll" scare last week, provoked by published rumors, apparently began when Ft. Benning, Ga., offered to have its explosive experts examine suspected dolls. No doll or other gift ihas been found to contain explosives, he said. Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Bolen, Josephine, is sophomore princess. A member of the band four years, served as a majorette for two years. Linda was vice president of her homeroom last school year.