The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 22, 1968 · Page 54
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 54

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Page 6 Riviera Beach High School Civinette Club Receives Optimist Award Palm Beach Gardens High Gail i ownsena Beautiful Queen SWISS AMERICAN WATCH SHOP DONNA DAY ACCUTRON BULOVA CARAVELLE ELGIN It is very rare that any school has two assemblies in one week, but such was the case at Riviera Beach High School last week. The first assembly had the speaker, Mary Nemec, who spoke on America and how lucky we were to be here. She told all the students about her organization YODA (Young Doers of America) and hopes for their support to make more people realize what a "good deal" they have here in America. The second assembly was Monday and sponsored by General Motors. The students were shown various exoeri- at this school. But they did! They awarded Roxy Childs a plaque acclaiming the Civinette Club most outstanding of the seven at Riviera. This club is very deserving, and this honor will give the other clubs something to work for. Homecoming is one week away, and the Student Council is very busy. All week long there will be various activities for the students to show their school spirit for the last game of the season. Monday thru Wednesday will be "Pin the tail on the Mustang" in front of the cafeteria. (This is for class competition to see which class has the most spirit as far as donating money goes.) There will also be an electric horse that students may ride for a price. This symbolizes the way there will be no trouble taming the Northshore Mustangs on Thanksgiving Day. The rest of the week will consist of a barbecue, the Hornet Buzz (a pep rally), bonfire and snake dance on Wednesday. The crowning of the Homecoming Queen and the all-important game will be Thursday morning. The Homecoming Dance is Friday night from 8-12 at the Colonnades Beach Hotel sponsored by the Exchangettes. TERRY CLAYTON ments and accomplishments that the General Motors Corporation is coming up with. All the service clubs at Riviera Beach High School are very hard working. I'm sure it was equally as hard for the Optimist Club of West Palm Beach to come up with the most outstanding club award Sales & Service on All Makes 3034 Broadway, Riviera Beach A. C. Pyles C. S. Rowe owi wm i mm Gail's the one. Didn't she make an absolutely beautiful Touchdown Queen? Gail Townsend will become a tradition as the very first queen ever at Gardens. That's something to be proud of. isn't it? Wearing a long formal in pale green trimmed with silver. Gail was escorted by the junior class president, Mike Kissey. The crowning took place during halftime at our touchdown game. Tim Clapp made the presentation of the crown to the queen, accompanied with a kiss. Patti Atwa-ter and Marta Young were lovely attendants in the court of our queen. Congratulations to all three. The touchdown game against the Palm Beach Wildcat jayvees was probably one of the most exciting and thrilling games played by Gardens this year. Gardens once again triumphed by a 12-6 victory This completed a five-and-two record, which will be hard to break next vear. But. we shall' How was that for a pep rally last week? Our cheerleaders sure improved in one week's time. The football team didn't look half so bad either. All in a day's work. 1 guess. Congratulatioas. students, and thanks ever so much for all the pep and enthusiasm shown at the game. It was really fantastic how everyone seemed so spirited. Thanks to every single student who came out and supported our very deserving team. We couldn't have done it without you. Now here comes basketball. You have one month to get yourselves back in shape and store up plenty of spirit to back the team with. Playing all varsity squads will make this a pretty wild season. Start getting readv now for Dec. 13. Do you have anything planned for Saturday afternoon? Did you know that the Gator Booster club was holding a carnival? The festivities will take place on Palm Beach Gardens High School grounds. Here's your chance, students, to throw a sponge at your favorite teacher. Who knows? Maybe Mr. Ornstein will be there. Have you ever owned a slave before? Sure it was outlawed by the thirteenth amendment, BUT this is voluntary servitude. The football team will be up for grabs to the highest bidder. Wouldn't you like to own your very own football player for even one day? Come on out and have a blast! How's your future look? Glum? Well, there's just one week before the Thanksgiving holidays. That should brighten your day. Cheer up! Christmas is only a month away. Bruners Travel To Watch Son Play Football ROLLS LARGE ENOUGH TO DO WALL TO WALL CARPETING . . . 100's OF DECORATOR COLORS AND STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM, . 100's MORE NOT LISTED BELOW. 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