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Page 32 text:
Student Council Provides Guiding Hand
Elected to the important task of leading the student
body, President Max Williams, can now look back
on an exciting, busy, and successful year.
"We the students of High Point High School,
in order to establish and maintain a higher
moral standard, to develop leadership and
intelligent 'followershipf to insure a spirit of
democracy, to promote a closer relationship
between the faculty and the student body, to
create a respect and ambition for higher scho-
lastic attainments, to encourage cooperation
and participation of students in all school
activities--" states the preamble to the con-
stitution of High Point High School as the
aims and purposes of the high school students
under the guidance of the student council.
This organization which is the students,
governing body with its leaders chosen by the
members, has the general oversight of all school
activities for pleasure and for educational value.
The upper house under the expert leader-
ship of Max Williams, president of the student
body, with Sam Gibson, vice-president, Frances
Mull, secretary, and johnny Bell, treasurerg
and with the help and guidance of Miss Louise
Representing their respective classes these members of the upper house are led by the president of the student body.
Lqfl lo right: President Max Williams, Frances Mull, Johnny Bell, Anne Beam, Mike Jones, Marga1'et Brooks, Her-
man Bunch, Shirley Hicks, and Eddie Martin.
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Top lzjft: Checking books out of our well-equipped library are Peggy Blackwelder and LeRoy Sellers. Library pages
Dolores Cates, Nancy Wade, and Carol Smith are busily checking books, names, and fines. Top riglzl: Welcome
home, Captain Walter! Students, Doug Addams, Ruby Hallman, Billie Ruth Teer, and Don Monroe, give him a
cheery welcome. Bollom: Olificers of the P.T.A., Mrs. Cecil Wilcox, presidentg Mr. Harry Hendrick, treasurer,
Mrs. A. E. Williams, vice-presidentg Mrs. Felix Miller, secretary, and Mrs. Seema Morris, publicity chairman, enter
the building for an executive meeting.
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Top: The lower house of the student council,
headed by the vice-president of the student body,
is composed of one representative from each of
the forty homcrooms. Ldt Zo right, first row:
George Eanes, Paul Spenard, Sam Gibson,
vice-president, Billy Jones, Bill Wright, Donald
Scalf, Gene McCloy, and Ray Walker. Second
row: Judy Carroll, Christine Nobles, Patsy
Steed, Billie Ruth Pilcher, Barbara McCanless,
Irene Abernathy, Sue Folger, and DcVera
Rogers. Third row: Connie Shoaf, Peggy
Moflitt, Ivflargaret Heglar, Joann Gurley, Jo
Ann Wardell, Dot Dobey, Peggy Henderson,
Connie Grant, and Madge Miller. Fourth
row: Mi's. Harrison, adviser, Geraldine Myers,
Becky Jessup, Nancy Wade, Patsy Miller, Shirley
Miller, June Armfield, Betty Jo Honeycutt,
Betty Jane Beaxnon, and Anita Byrum. Riglzl:
Aclvisers, Miss Louise Hunter, and Mrs. Clara
P. Harrison, prepare to leave with delegate,
Sam Gibson, for the State Student Council
Convention in Charlotte.
Hunter, faculty adviser carried out successfully
all legislative powers vested in them during
the 1950-51 school term.
The lower house led by the vice-president of
the student body, Sam Gibson, was composed
of one representative from each homeroom
and their faculty adviser, Mrs. Clara Harrison.
Representatives from both upper and lower
houses were chosen from time to time through-
out the year to attend conventions. Max Wil-
liams, attended the National Student Council
Congress in Denver, Colorado, in the summer
of 1950, and our school was honored when he
was chosen to speak on a discussion panel and
to lead an interest group at the Southern
Association Congress in Oklahoma City.
Therefore the student council served as the
connecting link between the students and
faculty of H.P.H.S., provided a high school
spirit, and made the school year of 1950-51
one of the best High Point High has ever
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