The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 8, 1968 · Page 56
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 56

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PAGE 2 Riviera Beach High Students Near Track Goal, Waiting For Boosters John F. Kennedy Homecoming Festivities Feature Parade, Bonfire Ten pretty girls from Rivi- viera Beach Javcees. era will be competing for the w ith all the excitement of Junior Miss title. This pag- the track-raising projects, eant Is sponsored by the Ri- homecoming and outside hap penings, the students at this school are never too busy to keep up their high grade averages. We Hope!!! ming Queen to be crownea ai the November 28th Northshore football game. The candidates picked by the senior class are Shelly Banister, Bonnie Gardner, Betsy Fuller, Penny Mels-sner, Donna Samples, Nancy Morris, and Susan Willets. f By VIVIAN BLACKMON ' Homecoming Week began 'Monday with Slogan Day and 'the Coronation of Miss Home-', coming. The Coronation was held in the gym at 8 p.m., -Monday. After the procession al of club and class queens, Miss Jonnie Flint and attendants were presented to the audience. SharoD Fernander, "Miss J.F.K.," presented Jonnie with yellow mums. Frank Menendez, co-cap- tain of the football team, crowned her queen. Jonnie was also given the football of the year by co-captain Curtis Kelly. After the crowning, presentations were made to jonnie from the school's clubs and organizations. By DONNA DAY, Students of Riviera Beach High School have almost reached the $3,000 goal. They are now waiting for the Hornet Booster club to meet the challenge they proposed. When this drive for a track started, most people believed that the students would be the ones who would have a. hard time raising their half of the needed $6,000. The students who have donated their nickels, dimes and quarters to improve this school goes to show the pride and spirit at Riviera Beach High School will never die. Homecoming 1968 Is really coming up fast. We have chosen the nominees for Homcco- When you were learning the alphabet you were learning how to play a Thomas Organ. DONNA i.' 1c DAV IT i v V VIVIAN BLACKMON -JElDItJITJITIJU E F G A B C bE F G A B CD E F G A " ii i ill Iiii I ifiTlirlnr Critic Pops 'Grab Bag' HECTORS FLORIDA RITE 6-6-6 25 ORGANIC 5 1 35 50 lb. BAG This year's first school newspaper was distributed this week. The Campus Voice staff is turning out really fine material this year. This week our still-great Hornets will meet Lake Worth. This will be a home game, and many students will be on hand to see this one. The cheerleaders will be giving a Victory Dance following the Lak Worth game. The dance will be from 10:00 to 12:00 in Riviera'sgym. 6-6-6 50 ORGANIC otn to a . an irc Because only Thomas has "Color-Glo." Flick a switch and the keys light up in different letters and colors. Match them up to our special music and start playing songs that sound like songs. That's all there is to it. "Color-Glo" makes playing the organ as easy as ABC. And it's just as easy to own a Thomas. fl" now 100 LBS. 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Although the "Marching 75" do not have their band uniforms yet, they have done very well with their half-time shows. Until the new uniforms arrive, the band members' attire has been black pants and white shirts. The band under the direction of Mr. LeeAllen Hooks has made much progress. Mr. Hooks was once a member of the student body. After graduation from high school and college, he is again a member of the Viking family. This time as an instructor. That goes to prove once a Viking always a Viking! After the big game a victory dance will be held in the cafeteria. Come on out and support the Vikings. OPEN MONDAY & FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. HECTORS FRUIT TREE SPECIAL $315 50 LBS. HECTORS PALM TREE $095 SPECIAL HECTORS BLOOM - AID $a50 SPECIAL 50 lbs. ; POSToriV wtiLDlclij By JACK GAY ER ITI Drama Editor NEW YORK (UPI) The three plays by Robert J. 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