School: Loyal H.S. Homecoming Events (1970)
Surnames: Pachal, LaBarge, Dahlby, Wissell, Needham, Trindal, Weyer, Helm, Rollins, Pieper, Rellis, Mills, Zepplin, Studinski, Pigott, Lentz, Hable, Abrahamson
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 08 Oct 1970
Members of the Loyal High School Homecoming Court include freshman representatives: Eugene Pachal and Patricia LaBarge; Sophomores: Tom Dahlby and Kay Wissell; King Scott Needham and Queen Sheila Trindal; Senior representatives: Gene Weyer and Sharon Helm; and junior members: Dennis Rollins and Debbie Pieper.
The Loyal Greyhounds will play their 1970 Homecoming game against the Colby Hornets on Friday, October 9, at 7 p.m. Pre-game and half time shows, including the introduction of the queen and the class representatives will be presented by the Loyal High School marching band.
Other Homecoming activities will begin on Monday, October 5, with the painting of store front windows on Main Street. Those groups painting windows include the four high school classes, plus the FHA, GAA, Spanish Club, Library Club, and Letterman’s Club. The windows will be judged by Bill Rellis, Glen Mills, and Byron Zepplin, and prizes of $7, $5, and $3 will be awarded the winners Wednesday night during the skits.
Skit night will begin at 8:00 p.m., October 7, with the singing of the school song. Eight skits will be presented on the stage in the new gym.
Judges will be Mr. David Studinski, Mrs. Gwen Pigott, and Mrs. Judy Lentz. Paul Hable, Student Council President, will announce the three winning skirts. Prizes of $10, $7, and $4 awarded to those skits will be provided by the Student Council, which will also provide a the prize money for the window winners.
Following the announcement of the skit winners, everyone attending will retire to the baseball diamond for the bonfire ceremonies. The bonfire materials provided by the junior class, will be be-lighted by Coach Abrahamson and Scott Needham, the Homecoming King. The king and queen and the class representatives will all say a few words pertaining to the Homecoming game.
The Homecoming dance will be held Saturday, October 10, from 9:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. The grand march will take place at 9:30. The music will be provided by the Royal Oaks and the decorations will be provided by the senior class. The admission prices will be $1.25 for singles and $2.00 for couples.
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