The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 7, 1971 · Page 23
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Homecoming Queen Picked at Roy High ROY—Amidst the cold rain Friday afternoon, Debbie Akisada was announced as "Homecoming Queen" at Roy High "1971. Debbie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ute Akisada of 2070 W. 5400 So., Roy. She. has previously been junior varsity and varsity cheerleader in her sophomore and»iunior years. Debbie was chosen "Girl-of-the-Year" by the Roy Jaycees, last year. _ CLUB MEMBERS This year she is a member of the ski and interact clubs. She is- also a member of the "Royalaires" serving as property manager. Debbie is a three-year member of the Royal Band-and the National Honor Society. •Chosen as first attendent was Candy Carmony, daughter of Mrs: Marion Carmony of 5939 So. 2000 W., Roy. ' Jann Allen was selected as Ogden standard-Examiner. Thursday, October 7, 1971 9B DEBBIE AKISADA Homecoming Que«n officers are Steve Close members of the Royalaires, serving as president and vice president, respectively. COMPETITION CLOSE The "Most Spirited Class" trophy was up for grabs during Homecoming Week. Competition •was very close between have spent a lot of time planning and organizing the events of homecoming. They really ihave done a spectacular job. Our Royal student body off i c e r s are Don Sanders, president: Brian Davis, first vice president; Lay ton Smith', second vice president; Virginia Bingham, secretary and Patsy sophomore, junior, and senior JYoshimura, secretary classes. Spirit points were given --• to'.', winners of car and hall decorations, biggest wood pile, spirit contests and class spirit. Enthusiastic seniors were chosen the "Most Spirited Class." Seniors took first place in the hall decorations, "catch the Bear" contest, and also had ASSOCIATION OFFICERS The boys and girls association officers will be aided by representatives: —Seniors: Teri Klee, Celeste Colman, Rod Stoker, Jerry Sandberg. —Juniors: Pam Rogers, Carol ees wood'pile. jMaUhews, Bob Hammer, Leslie Seniors are lead by class | Jens | n - . . Tern .Wright, secretary. | SwietZ | Ef ^ ftjfe Juniors won the Spirit Bug Members f ^ Senate have Push." Juniors and sophomores I fc j { d E h class is tied wi h the most spirit at the J^^^ wifh five senators . Pep rally. iThev are: GIFT CERTIFICATE —Seniors: Ralph Selway, Sophomores won the care Connie Hazen. Carolyn Lsmon decoration contest. A $20 gift < Blake Stewart, Roger Isakayu. certificate was given to their i -Juniors: Lanny Simmons, class as a prize i Steve Graser, Tun Pales, Mike; The junior class officers arejOrosco, Wayne Haws. j Lonnie Bollard, president; Allen -Sophomores: Kim Brown, | Hatch vice president, and Rex Baker, Brian John, Ten Jackie Hansen, secretary Newly elected sophomore Bodily, Jill Allen. , By Cristie Puffer | Scots Win Iron Horse Second Year in a Row The Ben Lomond Scots had more than enough steam to bring home the Iron Horse Friday. Although it was cold and wet. there was a great turnout of Scots-to cheer the team on. At an assembly Monday the team -presented the student body with the Iron Horse. This is the first time Ben Lomond has won the Iron Horse two years in a row. GREAT JOB All the classes did a great job decorating their halls. Many Scots were involved and their spirit was high making Iron Horse Week one long to remember. Leslie Staffanson has been chosen student of the month. Leslie is a member of the American Field Service and spent a very enriching summer in Belgium. She spent a lot of time touring) Europe. Some of the countries! ! she visited were Holland, j Germany, France, Luxembourg, j J Liechtenstein, Austria, and | 1 Switzerland. i I The Brodies elected their ! officers last week. They are IRon Candia, president; Debie Adam, vice president; and' Vickie Layne, secretary. The vacancy in the junior class has been filled by Kathy Albiston who will serve as secretary. 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