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Cherie Lockett Is Huron High School's Homecoming Queen, October 1970

Cherie Lockett Is Huron High School's Homecoming Queen, October 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 24, 1970
Caption
Huron High Queen: Cherie Lockett gave in to excitement at the Huron High football game last night when it was announced at half-time that she had been chosen Homecoming Queen. Cherie, 17, is the daughter of School Board president and Mrs. Harold J. Lockett of 319 Brookside Dr. Cherie has been a member of the Huron High Modern Dance Club, Theatre Guild, Forensic Club and Cantando Choir. She was also publicity chairman for the high school Civil Rights Committee and ENACT group, and was a Student Council representative. The Huron High team won its homecoming game.

Local Homecoming Courts Discuss Their Experiences For An Interview, December 1970

Local Homecoming Courts Discuss Their Experiences For An Interview, December 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 20, 1970
Caption
Four black members of local Homecoming courts this fall tell what their experiences were like during an interview. The girls are (from left) Roseann Kirkland, Pioneer High; Cheryl O'Neal, Huron High; Cherie Lockett, Huron, and Su Reynolds, Lincoln High School in Willis

Harold Lockett Dies At 70

Harold Lockett Dies At 70 image
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Day
9
Month
October
Year
1994
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Lockett Wins School Post, 5-2

Lockett Wins School Post, 5-2 image
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Day
18
Month
July
Year
1964
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