Clipped From Delaware County Daily Times
dur- an-! o n n a dismal its Mr. by 8th "Why essay words BANQUET HELD Members of the girls Senior ligh basketball team were given heir annual basketball banquet in the school lunchroom by the icnior mothers Thursday night. Mrs. Helen Onley, mother of captain Ruth Onley, was in of planning the spaghetti dinner. Senior members of the team are Roberta Jenkins, Nancy Martin, Joan Peterson, Nancy Schellman, Ruth Onley, Barbara Stiles, Tracy Winfree and managers, Kaye Ackroyd, Patricia Jamison, and Ricki T,^* - ' Clein. The other mothers who helped vith the preparation of the meal are: Mrs.' John Peterson, Mrs. Mary Martin, Mrs. James Stiles, Mrs. Wesley Winfree, Mrs. Frederick Kline, Mrs. William Jamison, Mrs. Thomas Ackroyd, Mrs. Catherine Jenkins, and Mrs. Calvert Wood. : The team p r e s e n bach Sigrun Bassoe with a pen and pencil set and a wallet and assistant coach Joanne McKee with an engraved necklace. the 7tl only SENIOR HOMELESS The home of senior Brenda Jooz, on West Hinckley Avenue, Ridley Park, was almost completely destroyed by fire on Monday afternoon. Brenda, who was in school at :he time of the fire, discovered' when she was summoned to home that most of her wardrobe had burned, along with the family's possessions.