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IACK ANDERSON ............. Pres.
CHARLES SEIDEMANN. .lst V. Pres.
IEANNETTE KIZER ...,.. 2nd V. Pres.
DOROTHY CHANEY ,,........ SeC'y
ROSALYN SILLS ...,. .... T reas.
CAROL LEVIN ........ ...... P arl.
GEORGE CHANEY .,....,... Censor
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RUDOLPH SCHODDE. , Sgt.-atZArms
ROSEMARY LOTT. .,.,,........ Hisi.
MISS ELIZABETH KOCH .... Sponsor
Our Student Council is in charge of
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Left to right:
Borer, Brown, Brice, Brunnernann,
Bugckner, Campbell, Casey, Chaney,
Chapman, Cobb, Culwell, Cum-
mings,'Davis, M. Edwards, K. Ed--
N wards, Franz, Fullerton, Garza,
Gonzales, Graham, Grimm, Hansen,
Harding, Harris, Hawkins, Hole-
I kamp, Hutchinson, Iackson, Koehler,
ff-Y Levin, Lott, McConnell.
Being duly rewarded and reminded by Miss Viola Moore that the Student Council members are
the representative body of Brackenridge, they did not rest on their laurels, but instead Continued their
work in earnest as the Student Council has done from year to year. ln other words, they are keeping
up the tradition of hard Work for the benefit of the student body and the honor of Brackenridge.
Many Christmas baskets were generouslyygiven for the needy in response to the drive sponsored
by the Student Council during the Yuletide season.
Instead of the annual "Hello Day" which was to bring about newer acquaintances, the Student
Council sponsored a "Know Your Neighbor Day" on which small paper airplanes with your name
typed on them were sold for a penny, and the money, amounting to 52660, was donated to the "Penny
a Plane" Fund.
Color Day was a gala occasion when all students Wore their purple and white buttons, ribbons,
and pom-poms right before the Thanksgiving Football game.
To help conserve material needed by our government, the Student Council started the project of
collecting waste paper. Hardly ever can one find a piece of paper in our waste baskets. This drive has
a many-fold benefit, as the proceeds have gone to a generous fund for the Red Cross, money for
fluorescent lights for dances in the gymnasium, for wood to make model airplanes to aid pupils in fly-
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.MARY IO BELLIS ,,.... Sqt.-at-Arms
'IACQUELYN ALFORD .....,... Parl.
In troublesome times such as these, friends are among our most valuable assets. Membership in
a club is one of the best ways to facilitate friendship. The Stevenson Literary Club, organized in 1917,
is one of the oldest clubs in Brackenridge and well known for the orphans' Christmas party we have
sponsored annually for the past twenty-two years. The entire student body contributes financially, but
the plans are carried out by our club. The custom was changed somewhat this year. lnstead of en-
tertaining the orphans at the Texas Theatre, the program was presented to them at the orphanages.
The social activities of the Stevensons have always been successful, and this year was no exception.
The new members were welcomed at a Twilight Tea in October, and in November the girls enjoyed
a theater party. During February, we collected books for the U. S. O. and were very fortunate to have
Mr. Kay speak to us on March ll. As usual, we had our picnic in April and brought the year to an end
in May with our banquet at the Milam. -Betty Bellis.
GLYN ETTA GILPIN ,.,,.... ...Pres.
BETTY BELLIS ..... Sec'y Gr Reporter
DOROTHEA MUNN ,........ V. Pres.
DOROTHY BRINKOETER .,,.., Treas.
MRS. PAULINE BERNE ...... Sponsor
GLYN ETTA GILPIN. ........... Pres.
BETTY BELLIS ..... Sec'y G Reporter
DoRoTHEA MUNN .....,... v. Pres.
DoRorHY BRINKOETER ...... Trssrs.
MARYJO BQLIS ...... Sat.-at-Arms
IITCQUELYN ALPORD ......... Perl.
MRS. PAULINE BERNE ...... Sponsor
Following letter "S" beginning upper
Ackerrnann, Alford, B. Bellis, M. I. 4
Bellis, Bond, Brand, Brinkoeter, Buck-
E, Conaway, Dean, Edwards, Ford,
Gash, Gilpin, Hansen, Henderson,
Hutchinson, Kendall, Munn, Neiman, ,.,.,
Top Picture: Executive officers.
Lower Picture: New members taking
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7fLe Slacfenl' enum: ' ing, for material to build a small room to store excessive paper, and money to sponsor the Defense
Stamp Drive. None of these expenditures have been wasteful but all proved to be Worthwhile in
benefiting the school and the students therein. .
Brackenridge Was represented in a number of Student Council Conventions this year. Frankie
Bea Woodward attended the Southern Association of Student Governors at Memphis, Tennessee. lack
Anderson, the president, Was the Councils delegate at the Denton, Texas, Convention for the Texas As-
sociation of Student Councils, March l2, 13, and l4. Discussion groups were held and attended by the
other delegates from Brackenridge. Some of the leading topics of discussion Were ill How the Student
Council can promote democratic living, Q25 Boy and girl problems, C35 Should grades be based entirely
on class Work, and C41 How the Student Council can raise money. Very interesting reports of those three
days were given later on in a meeting.
A picnic was held at Koehler Park, April 20, for the members and their dates which was a big suc-
cess. lt was the annual social affair on which photographs were taken by the officers and members for
the annual. All present had an enjoyable time.
At that time the executive committee was planning a dance but the plans were not completed in
time to announce the date for the dance. --Rosemary Lott.
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IACK ANDERSON ..,,.......,, Pres.
CHARLES SEIDEMANN..1st V. Pres.
THOMAS TOPE .,....... Znd V. Pres.
IEANNETTE KIZER ,... ......, S ec'y
ROSALYN SILLS ..... .... T reas.
KENNETH GUY ...........,. Censor
IyiXnl7iTlCEi BUCKNER. . .QE't.lcl5Arms
ROSEMARY LOTT ............. Hist.
MRS. MYRRL SUMMERS .... Sponsor
Lei! to right:
McCown, McDonnell, McDougall,
Martin, Norton, Olson, Puckett,
Rahm, Reinhard, Reine, Riley, Ross-
man, Rotkosky, Saunders, Scaff,
Scarbrough, Shinn, Simmang, Smith,
Sorrells, Stapper, Stauss, Studhalter,
Tiedtke, Tobias, Vance, Voight,
White, Williams, Willis, Woodward,
Each member does his part in carry-
ing the paper out to the trailer to be
sent to the American Waste and
Paper Co. K, , 1
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