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Page 17 text:
for 1500 Memberships the PTA Presents lVlr. Eddie Fisher
QXTT fHELLO All X! J
Smiling, poised, gracious, always in good voice in spite of The early morning hour lfor himl, Eddie Fisher song his way into The hearts of
every Moor. It is our fervent hope that he will return.
VVhaT's ThaT? PTA membership campaign, ThaT's money raised aT The cake sale and ThrifT Shop To
whaT! Goal - l5OO members . . . prize - a
special assembly wiTh Top Hollywood sTars . . .
lOOO, The firsT plaTeau was reached . . . nearing
deadline and sTill only l4OO . . . aT 1504 we
barely made The goal . . . And QOOO graTeful sTu-
clenTs enioyed an hour and a half of Eddie Fisher,
long To be remembered.
GeTTing acquainTed . . . anoTher major PTA goal
. . .The freshman Tea for Teachers and parer1Ts . . .
promoTe our school and Teachers . . . S2000 for
The scholarship fund . . . loans wiThouT inTeresT To
graduaTing seniors . . . educaTing The public abouT
our school needs in facing The fuTure . . . a new
high school? . . . Helping parenT, Teacher, and
sTudenT find his proper place in relaTion To The
school and communiTy, The PTA serves each ancl
all and builds a sTronger, more sfable socieTy.
Page 16 text:
Gwen Reese and Boyd Dye smile knowingly as
rhey've learned to spot the name, the face, and
the voice on the phone.
'6JusT The Facts, lVla'am-
ls Your Daughter Reall III?"
Absences, excused and unexcused . . . phone calls . . .
home calls . . . problem boys and girls . . . problem
parents . . . work permits . . . birth certificates . . . paper
work . . . long hours - all a part of The daily work ot
Mrs. Gwen Reese and Mr. Boyd Dye, The occupants at
That liTTle office labeled 'TChild Welfare". Perhaps The
name doesn'T indicate The Tull extent of Their sometimes
thankless job. Too often The name of hooky cop implies
only The unfortunate relationships. IT is Their iob To make
The sTudenT's stay in school as pleasant and complete as
possible. Accustomed as They are To Usnow labs" about
absences, They are not disillusioned. Theirs is a job neces-
sary and important to The functioning of A.H.S.
An hour or two of concentrated study in the I -
correct places, such as The AHS, Library,
wan't do The old grades any harm, Miss Cosbey 5, -
Gilstrap, the librarian, is glad to assist. ' , Q
lt often takes more than an aspirin to face The next class.
Sometimes a little mental bucking-up from School Nurse Betty
Mantle is of inestirnable help.
Page 18 text:
Barbara Baisley, Carole Abrams, and Pam Snedecor agree that art must be exhibited to be appreciated.
So You Want To Be an Artist?
ART ileft to rightl Mrs. I, Fryf' Mrs. R. Boone, Miss E. Brown,
Mr. O. Dawson.
' Department Head
The ArT DeparTmenT . . . a place To relax
. . . a place To recuperaTe from ThaT physi-
ology TesT you had The previous period.
During your arT class you TorgeT your wor-
ries . . . you become engrossed in The prob-
lem of consTrucTing a perTecT mobile . . .
The drawing of porTraiTs which always
seem To resemble prehisToric mammals, or
someThing, buT ThaT isn'T your TaulT. You're
showing off ThaT old arTisTic abiliTy for The
sTudenT Teacher from Los Angeles STaTe
College . . . The awards won by fellow
classmaTes . . . The consTanT shorTage of
painfbrushes. SorneTimes you Teel a liTTle
silly cuTTing ouT paper dolls or dabbling
wiTh pasTe, buT acTually iT is for a good
purpose. The end of The year, The Time To
reTurn your kiT-box is hecTic . . . 'lHey, whaT
happened To my painTbrush, anyway?"
. . . l'Why does a person have To pay Tor a
pair of scissors a person accidenTally losT?
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