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Page 171 text:
Latin Americans - -
In Costume Only
Spanish Club Brings Siesta Land North
Row 1: Ieanne Vine, Karen Mercier, Peggy Gallagher, Kathleen Davis, Toni Gould, Shirley
Ann Millering, Sharon LewisfPresident, Gail Hildebrand, Madeline Marti, Charlene Bonner,
Nancy Iackson, Ianet Hiller. Row 2: Doran Chappee, Carol Voracek, Linda Edwards,
Fran Lingenfelter, Iudy Kerwin, Linda Wetzel, Barbara Malcolm, Kay Gloss, Carol Sue
Crawford, Indy Willis, Iane Steck, Audrey Mason. Row 3: Margaret Barlow, Ann Bock-
struck, Lynn Schaefer, Carol Iohnson, Carolyn Cushman, Rosalie Kroeger, Ruth Donelson,
Iudy Green, Iudy Richard, Elly Drake, Mary Yackel. Row 4: Dorn Crabb, Lynn Gray,
Tom Shelton, Andy Miller, Sterling Webb, Don Lowery, Steve Voss, Gary Murray, Tom
Corwin, Don Gubser.
El Circulo cle Espanol is a club South of the Border. New members
composed of students interested in are initiated twice a year at a potluck.
learning more about the customs and The sponsor of the organization is
living habits of our neighbors from Mr. Howard.
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Societas Latina - - - Veni, Vidi, Vici!
Row 1: Sally Curvey, Gloria Stupperich, Carole Meyer, Connie Hickman, Dianne Bowker,
Stephany Roller- President, Carol Brewster, Ann Bryan, Sandra Alsobrook, Kay 'Hi1l, Iudy
Allen Wienieke. Row 2: Lois Weber, Mary Roades, Dianne Maggos, Norma Mae Miller,
Wayne Anne Carroll, Tara Gwillim, Ioy Harder, Sandra Veilands, Charlene Schlueter,
Kallie Kay Todd, Della Hardwick, Nancy Gillard. Row 3: Mary Beth Childers, Louise
Pope, Carol Keith, Susan Seely, Spencer Gibbins, Mary Lynne Campbell, Virginia Frye,
Tamara Hoagland, Iudy Franklin, Beverly Miller, Iudye Towwater. Row 4: Terry Iansen,
Bob Cleveland, Dick O'Neal, George Mendelsohn, Iim Gormley, Scott Hendrickson, Dennis
Milford, Ioyce Hayes, Nancy Wilson, Rose Marie Sacchi, Iwdy Shackelfford.
The Latin Club is open to every trips to further their knowledge of the
student who is taking Latin. Sponsored Roman- language and civilization. Of
by Miss Goldsberryg the Latin Club is ficers are elected twice a year, and
one of the most active clubs around meetings are held twice a month.
school. Each year the club takes many
Page 172 text:
OFFICERS FOR THE
1956-57 SCHOOL YEAR
FIRST SEMESTER - - Mary
Lynne Campbell, corresponding
ll secretaryg Margy Kodros, re-
cording secretaryg Bob Diaz,
vice-president, Carol Iohnson,
SECOND SEMESTER - -
Linda Naugle, president: Alice
Waterhouse, corresponding sec-
retary, Nancy Braun, record-
ing secretary, Don Denby, vice-
Piasa Chapter Of The National Honor Society
Row 1: Donna Morgan, Norma Nolan, Mary Lou Lazmbie, Karen Mercier, Margy Kodros,
Alice Waterhouse, Linda Naugle, Nancy Braun. Row 2: Donna Rosenberg, Sharon Lewis,
Ieannie Pensinger, Iudy Kerwin, Indy Franklin, Margaret Rolla, Rebecca Parkins, Roy
Stillwell, Anthony Kardis. Row 3: Cheryl Wright, Tarrie Davis Elizabeth Glen, Lois
Erdman, Stephany Roller, George Mendelsohn, Nancy Hueberner, Carol Iohnson, Ianet Allen,
Suzanne Schaffner, Stanley Hunter, Bob Diaz, Bob Allen. Row 4: Iudy Speiss, Lois
Warner, Mary Lynne Campbell, Gloria Hine, Stephen Schaffer, Bob Harpole, Carol Pierson,
lim Ridder, Sherman Lyon, Don Denby, Harold Horsley. Not present: Iames Marshall,
The National Honor Society is
made up of students who have four
things in common - - character, scholar-
ship, leadership, and service. They
meet once a month, under the sponsor-
ship of Miss Hall and Miss Gates, to
discuss things that they can do to help
the school. This year a National
Honor Society Week was established
for the purpose of letting other stu-
dents know more about the organiza-
tion. Members of the Society went to
all the junior high schools and spoke to
the students, encouraging them to work
hard in order that they might become
members when they reach high school.
It is hoped that this week will be set
aside in years to follow.
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