The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 22, 1968 · Page 53
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 53

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, November 22, 1968
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Pages wswsa Kennedy High School xsmm Testing Features; Week At School I Jupiter High School Homecoming Readied district marching contest held last Saturday at Pahokee. The Key Club and Keyettes voted to attend different church services as a group once a month. Last Sunday they visited the First Baptist Church of Tequesta. RIVIERA BEACH - This week began with the second six weeks testing. On Monday science and math tests were given. English and history By DIANA MLSON JUPITER - This week has been hectic with Homecoming events stretching throughout the week and six-week tests on the first three days. Some people have been working on floats and skits for several clubs, besides making general preparations for a successful Homecoming Week. Jacques Rood, one of these busy people, has said, "It sure is a lot of work! and when it gets too dark to work on floats, you go home and study r : -JCL ''t X-v L--jiniii. 1,1 i'iiiw")A'TVWif''! NORTH PALM BEACH'S NEWEST, MOST MODERN BEAUTY SALON Open Mon. thru Sat. and Evenings 844-6348 VIVIAN BLACKMON Vero Beach also has its Homecoming event spread throughout one week. Cheerleaders Maureen Meaney and Debbie Lewis had something to say about the main event of homecoming: "Riviera is our greatest rival, so everyone is very excited about the game. The spirit has been building every day and will explode Friday night. We expect to see a lot of people at the game." The semi-formal dance on Saturday night will feature the band, "Yesterday's Children." The senior candidates for Homecoming Queen are Char-lene Fitzpatrick, Debbie Hem-bree, Jackie Johnson, Sue Wagner and Helen Worth. The representative for the junior class is Janice Williams. The sophomore representative is Paula Cox. Jupiter's marching Warriors received a second in the Congratulations to all of the participants. Sophomore class officers for the school year are Michael Calhoun, president; Jessie Ferguson, vice president ; Annie Curtis, secretary, and Dorothy Engram, treasurer. Last Friday a Fine Arts Festival was held at our school. Members from each reading class gave a choral reading or poem. Although all of the presentations were very well done, one of the most outstanding was the poem, "Mother to Son," by Langston Hughes. Rosa Morrison did this dramatic reading. Jerome Fulton accompanied her on the guitar. If you attended the game last Friday night, I'm sure you noticed a change. Our cheer leaders have new suits. I doubt if the new suits had anything to do with our victory over Carver, but they probably increased the school spirit. Friday night is the last game of the season for the Vikings. The game, which we consider a big one is against the Roosevelt Maroon Devils. 'emme DIANA NILSON BEAUTY SALON BatwMii Food Fair and J.M. Fields 133 U.S. 1 North Palm Beach were given Tuesday, and all other subject area tests were given on Wednesday. Juniors will be taking the National Aptitude Test today and Friday. Girls representing Kennedy in the Junior Miss Pageant, sponsored by the Riviera Beach Jaycees, were Olivia Kinder, Katherine Roberts, Dorothy Kimble, Jessica Jim-merson and Jackie Peters . The girls were judged on poise and appearance, physical fitness and talent. Jackie Peters won the first place trophy for poise and appearance. FREE FORM ART Taking form in the Fort Pierce Library parking lot, adjacent to the city marina are 6 by 16 foot concrete slabs which will form a new seawall on the west side of the marina. The seawall will stretch about 300 feet from AvenueAnorthward toward Moore's Creek and is part of the final phase in development of the marina. Young Walking Wonders Full of Style and Fit! and they're in your size! HILLS CHINA and GLASS NEW LOCATION - 730 PARK AVE. 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