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Page 13 text:
Iacliie Van Ornum Qclerkj, Sharon Nott fjudgej, Bob Rodecker fbailiifj
The Student Court was established this year. It tries all cases relating to misconduct on the
There is a Citizenship Committee to see that the citizenship in the school is up to standard.
This committee issues warrants and tells who is to appear before the Court. This year the members
were Bruce Stanton, Breck Nott, Barbara Landon, Donna Mosley, and Iohnny Peyton.
Iackie Van Ornum fclerkji, Sharon Nott Cjudgej, Bob Rodecker fbailiffj, Gerald Evans, Ray Glaze, Edu
Mae Parris, Ioe Matwick, Ioe Reimuller, David Hofer.
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Seated: L. Amagrande, T. Stenmo, R. Pasillas, I. Shores fvice-presidentj, B. West Qpresidentj,
I. Kelly Csccretaryj, E. Rogers Qtreasurerj, A. Dominguez, P. Contreras. Second row: P. Thomas,
I. Van Urnum, A. Quintana, M. Rosales, S. Nott, B. Nott, C. Thum, I. Dunn, I. McClendon,
L. Akin, E. Parris, A. Cooper. Third row: I. Loughran, C. Crew, B. Huggins, T. Mesa, B. Dennis,
I. Fine, I. Matwick, I. Dolan, P. Clay, B. Rodecker, I, Lopez, S. Hunter.
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With Bob West leading and Mr. Sturges advising, the Welfare Council accomplished a great
deal this year. Its first job was putting on the Freshmen-Sophomore Brawl. Later it managed
Career Day which was at Citrus this year.
The Welfare Council decided on what merits the Sportsmanship Awards, donated by Kenny
Ferris, a Glendora jeweler, were to be given. A trophy is to be given to the outstanding athlete in
football, basketball, baseball, track, and tennis.
At the end of the football season the football team was honored by a Football Banquet. The
toastmaster was Mr. Martinez and the speaker was Mike Pecarovich.
This year's cabinet and six Iuniors attended one of the two conferences of the California
Association of Student Councils. Some of the problems discussed were assemblies, student govern-
ment and student representation, and the merit system. Later a conference was held here between
the schools in the Tri-County League. Its main purpose was to promote a better inter-school feel-
ing, but other problems concerning student government were taken up.
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