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Page 36 text:
Student Body Offirerr. Morrine Blewett, Chief justice, and
Lynne Fratus, Historian, seated above. Standing: johnny Thomsen,
Presidentg Ken Walker, Treasurer, jan Gary, Air Patrol Captaing
Fred Haug, Commissioner of Youth Activitiesg Michael Joseph-
son, Boys' Vice President, and Kris Berge, Junior Congress Presi-
dent. Seated below: jerrie Ferguson, Girls' Vice Presidentg Jan
Johnson, Corresponding Secretaryg and Anita Alter, Recording
Az right. junior Congress, made up of Homeroom presidents
from the B7, A7, and B8 classes, learn government the direct way,
by being part of one.
Below. Mr. Stelter and the Student Court smile for Mr, Fiske's
ubiquitous camera, so the verdict must have been, "Not guilty!"
Mr. Raboy and his alert Tower Talk staff crowd about the re-
write desks in the capacious publications office.
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When you think of school service, you naturally must think
first of Air Patrol. The selfless wish to serve others in a complex
society is a priceless factor in the successful existence of that
society. How hats are off to the Air Patrol! Pictured to the right
are Mr. Olsen, Sponsor, Jan Gary, Air Patrol Captain, Wendy
Mueters, Secretary, Don Ver Kruyse, Vice-President, Kathleen
jones, Historian, Bill Sinatra, Treasurer, and Mr. Walcott, Boys'
Look who won the Paper Drive. James Mogck, of Mr. Arcuri's
Homeroom, holds the coveted cup.
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Mrs. Shaw, will we be finished in time for Cotton Day?
Will I ever type without errors, Miss Tuxhornf
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Miss Hancock advises Cash Math workers against taking wooden
nickels. No money in it.
Mrs. Hardy, member of the Board of Education, advises our PTA
about current matters of importance to our parents and to us.
Did your girls dance over from page 50, Miss Sneed, to pose so
prettily for us again? Oops, new faces.
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Tours are organized by budding statesmen, judged
bv Smvdem Court, and written about by Tower Talk,
and Flight Log, our semi-annual.
Imlallation Assembly. Last semester's president,
Pat Sawyer, paid us a flying visit to assist Mrs.
Skidmore, Senior Congress sponsor, and Mr. Bo-
bick, Junior Congress sponsor, with the always
impressive ceremony of installation. The retiring
oiiicers feel the honor and experience of the oflices
they leave, while the incoming officers anticipate
the real values of their new responsibilities. With
the symbols of office before them, all of these
"tourists" in government look mighty impressive,
now, don't they?
Ai left. Mrs. Skidmore and Senior Congress
pause between two Cor morej of their many
projects, to be photographed on the famous Audi-
torium steps, scene of many important Airport
events, as well as a convenient place on which
to wait in case you ride the Metropolitan bus!
Student Congress has accomplished many im-
portant projects this semester, setting even higher
standards for next year.
Below. Anywhere you travel in the civilized and
semi-civilized world, you will be beseiged by the
seller of souvenirs. Most of us succumb to the
charms of his books, statues, pictures, and native
art work. Most of us feel the need for a symbol
that will remind us of tours taken and events
seen. Flight Log tries to be such a symbol and
more. We hope it is a record of these events, too.
Mr. Howenstein smiles at one of the many jokes
his lively crew has created.
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