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ASSEMBLIES Fran Kageals, exchange stu¬ dent to the Philippines, spoke to the student body telling of her reception and experiences in the Philippines as well as in Japan and Los Angeles with the other American Field Ser¬ vice representatives. Mr. Haaker, a concert pianist, played various descriptive selections for the student body in an assembly sponsored by the music department. Mr. Oren Counts, former principal of Northside and pre¬ sently the Supervisor of English for Roa¬ noke County Schools, spoke to the upper grades at the Beta Club tapping service. In the Latin Club ' s Thanksgiving assembly, Cathy Hall and Scott Sowers as Roman citizens pointed out to the students that people of years past had the same things to be thankful for as the people today. At the first basketball assembly senior members were introduced. As a standard procedure, speeches by the coaches followed, and then cheering madly rocked the gym as the students clapped and sang with the cheerleaders and pep band. 164
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Each homeroom brought food for a basket to be distributed to needy families by the Christmas Basket Bureau. The baskets, decorated and fil led, were presented at the Christmas Assembly. Christmas is a season of special things, of new, imagi¬ native things. This bright newness was brought to life when Santa Claus, alias Kathy Jones, delivered the Christmas edition of the Spokesman to study hall stu¬ dents. Susan Vaughan and Donna Booth were A.L. ' s princesses in the Salem Christmas Parade. Susan was also in the Roanoke parade. CHRISTMASTIDE 163
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JOHN BROWN ' S BODY Judy Foley and Ricky Wre- den played the roles of a Southern belle and her fa¬ ther. Norman Shockley portrayed both a Northern and Southern Soldier. A speaking chorus and singing chorus provided the background music and the sup¬ plementary action in this play that dealt with many emotions and many lives. 165
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