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Page 118 text:
Ofificers ofthe Red Cross planned and sponsored a "Snow
Ball" in the CHHS Social Center. They are, below, left
to right, Patsy Gillihan, parliamentarian, Grace Arismen-
dez, reporter, Domingo Losa, president, Wanda Pamplin,
vice-president, and Glenda Frantz, secretary.
Under the capable leadership of Domingo Losa, the
Junior Red Cross has enioyed a successful year. Red
Cross clubbers are, left to right, row l, Wanda Pamp-
lin, Wren Hammett, Peggy McAulifl', Grace Arismen-
dez, Catherine Jackson, Emma Jean Tackett, Imogene
Dunahoo, Christine Cassell, Jean Jones, row 2, Delbert
Mrs. Ruth Jones, above, has spon-
sored Red Cross for a number of -'-.,,
years. This year, the very able f
assistance of Mrs. Ruth Weisiger
and Miss Vera Billingslea was
ermce i0 O ffl ers
Lacetield, Jo Ann Bergstrand, Lynn Ann Clark, Rhea-
mah Collier, Donna Bryant, Donna Hastings, Sue Scant-
lan, James Robertson, Shirley Watson, row 3, Kenneth
Hughes, Domingo Losa, Ronnie Caudill, Shirley Essary,
Edna Afinow, Olean Olson, Gene Land, Dowania Eg-
gers, Billie June Jones.
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Roberta Ruyle, Jimmie Humphries, Gerald Murray,
Johnny Ryan, Willa Dean Etheridge, lla Marie Engle,
Sara Jean Hawkins, Suzanne Taylor, row 4, Bobby
Lam, Larry Wood, Dicky Cook, Jimmy Childers, Willis
Mabry, Bill Slater, Janet Johnson, Sidney Sue Hill, and
Flat tires, dented fenders, even wrecked cars have
been repaired in the auto shop of W. H. "Poppy"
Kreig. Boys may be seen emerging from the shop at
any hour of the day or night. Automobiles of the
members of the faculty are kept in general repair by
this willing group of boys. Viewing the motor of a
dismantled auto are, clockwise from the left, Jerry
Wall, Mr. Krieg, Bob Bates, Ray Owens, Louis Staubus,
Ezra Terry, Bill Warner, Charles Wilson, Paul Benson
Boyd Fallwell, Gene Albert, and Bob Guinn.
vamie in terests
Auto club otticers, left to right,
with "Poppy" Krieg, sponsor, are,
seated, Boyd Fallwell, sergeant-at-
arms, Charles Wilson, secretary-
treasurer, standing, Ray Owens,
vice-president, Bob Bates, presi-
Page 119 text:
Only boys who are outstanding in leadership and
school activities are invited to ioin the Key Club. These
boys are the iunior members of the Capitol Hill Ki-
wanis Club. During the year five Junior Rotarians were
chosen from this group, left to right, row l, Carroll
Gregg, Kenny Hughes, Edwin Gates, Dick Akers, J. B.
East, Deryl Finney, Johnny Soergel, James Smith, Mr.
the theme of tfzese
A Buddy was chosen by the Horizon Club for the first
time in its history. Tall, handsome Neil Molsbee was
accorded the honor of being first to wear the blue
iacket presented to the Horizon Buddy at a Coronation-
tea held in his honor. With Miss Juanita Bittle, spon-
Earl Stewart, sponsor, row 2, Don Thompson, Parker
Bond, Bob East, Terry Spradley, Sam Price, Denny
Boyd, Bob Hooker, row 3, Norman Duncan, Robert
Douglas, Elmo Brown, Neil Molsbee, Ray Henderson,
Oscar Shuler, Bill Goddard, row 4, Dean Keltner, Jim-
mie Dell, Price Pooler, Bertram Shelby, Jimmy Turner,
sor, are members left to right, seated, lla Marie Engle,
pledge mistress, Eva Benson, president, Neil Molsbee,
buddy, Neva Benson, vice-president, standing, Joann
Johnson, Betty Hughes, Kathryn Self, Freda Lightsey,
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