Clipped From The Paris News
Bogota Class Has Reception Paris News Sen-ice BOGATA — Program for the Bogata High School junior-senior reception held in the' gymnasium, combined presentation of favorites favorites with a television-type program. program. Decorations were in blue and white. Senior favorites presented were best all-around ,boy and girl, Woody Duffee and Sue Cox; most intelligent, Robert Damron' and Joyce Stewart; best dressed, Marion Marion Mitchell and Sylvia Kennedy; most likely to succeed, Neil Rozell Rozell and June Denny; friendliest, Ronald Mankins and Jane Moore: handsomest, Donald Mankins; most beautiful, Wanda Barnard; best athletes, Truman Stephenson and Mary Guess Porterfield; wittiest, wittiest, Clyde Siddcns and Wanda Topping. Bob Holder gave the welcome Sue Cox responsing; Neil Rozell read the class will; Supt. F. L. Branson presented "Oscars," others others on the program being Robert Branson, Ursy Fae Bailey, Jerry Allums, and two musical groups, the Bonnie Sextet, Gayle Huddleston, Huddleston, Gail Mitchell, Stella Bryant, Ann Bell, Linda Hearn and Jean Damron, and the Jolly Five. Jack Franklin, Johnny Couch, Chester Flenniken, Harold Cody and Hal Hudson. Mothers of the juniors served buffet refreshments to about 100 students, teachers and trustees and their wives.