Leaving the cafeteria after all finishing touches were made, the Juniors dashed away in their ruffled uniforms and returned in their fluffy petticoats, dainty dresses, and lacy earrings to greet their most welcomed guest, The Senior Class. The girls, hopping into their canoes, were quickly carried away to an old fashioned Indian feast. The Juniors toasted the Seniors by relating many pleasant memories and friends. Back into their canoes again, they sailed through the past and future of happy days gone by and many surprising ones for the future. The feast could not have been so perfect without the help of the Junior mothers who received a glowing tribute for their accomplishment. The banquet would not have been complete without the faculty. With out them, you could never recall those never-to-be-forgotten days. For this occasion, the girls were joined by Father Tormey, a former teacher who came from Jackson to be present. We will never forget him, his encouragement, his vitality! The theme was beautifully carried out with class colors and canoe flower arrangements and scene.
The Junior Class wish to express their best wishes to the Seniors and hope that every dinner of theirs in the future will be a banquet as happy as ours!!! (Taken from 1956 Maryon)