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Seated: Joan MisiewicZ Paula Pendly, Beverly Bruckman, Standing: Sandy Clendenon, Geri Kunnen, David Martens, Frances Grantham, Lin Henrion, Miss Howell, Paul Saw- Bruce Morgan, Martha McMullen, Sandy Parnell. Presi- yer, Jeriann Olderr, Paul Schnee, Grace Waterson, Cor- dent David Martens, Vice-president Geri Kunnen, Sec- nelia Barnum. retary Sandy Clendenon, Treasurer Sandy Parnell. The Veeps Meet Inter Club Council is one of the three government bodies at CHS. It is composed of the vice-presidents of each club in the school. We serve in the interests of all the clubs, instead of functioning as a separate organization. Our main project this year has been the financing of benches which are placed at various locations around the school. The Senators We, in the Senate, represent you students. Each year, every homeroom elects one senator and an alternate to represent ' it. We, along with the student council, try to better school life by making needed improvements. This year, since we have moved into our new school, we had lots of problems to work on, such as that rush to lunch and getting benches around school. Each month at our meetings we bring up and fry to settle those problems that need attention. We also had charge of the school pictures. Homecoming Dance, and the Red Cross collection. Sitting; Left to Right; Booth Borgomin, Janet Logan, Bill Trickel, Nancy Smith, Donna Falconier, Maxine McQueen, Mr. Nesti, Adviser; Martha Jo Lairsey, Stanley Photiatis, Alice Pishotta, Ricky Carlson, Sam Mayers, Pat Conger. Standing: Lett to Right: Larry Tharp, Penny Goodyear, Gregory Bogue, Dan Chancey, Gene Seuddamore, Jan Ruble, Ann Morris, Janet McMullen, Jackie Longstreet, Linda Lohrbauer, Tanya Heaps, Jane Scott, Eddie Tonry, Pat McElroy. President Janet McMullen Vice President Jackie Longstreet Secretary Ann Morris Treasurer Jan Ruble -TM
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We, The Students Speak. We, the students of C.H.S., through the Student Council, the Inter Club Council and the Senate were able to express our desires to moke the school better. We asked the student government for an honor roll, green benches, and a schedule to go to lunch and we got these things. Through a democratic government we the students speak. " The meeting will now come to order " and all student council Mitchell, Cornelia Barnum, David Martens, Sally Bacon, James members are ready for business, left to right are Montine Clark, Beverly Rippard, Miss Lois Arnold, Dade Flemings, Frances Pennington, Effa Jo Bacon, Dick Whiting, Janet McMullen, Herby Moore, and Patti Campbell. The Peoples Choice Our Student Council is the king pin in our student government. Those of us who are officers were elected by you students but also we have the " ' top brass " of the major organizations of the school. Our group includes such persons as the presidents of ICC, Senate, and Senior, Junior, and Sophomore classes and editors of the annual and the paper. This year In our new school we could have used more than our one meeting a week with all the problems we had. We also handled school pictures, managed Home- coming, supervised school-wide elections, and published the student handbook. 12 1
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Seated: Richard Drossier, Evelyn Smith, Miss Kelley, Beverly Bruckman, Jackie Boyd. First Row: Frances Moore, Linda Lohrbauer, Alice Pishotta, Ann Morris, Don Chappel. Second Row: Eleanor Robbins, William Trickel. Patricia McKenzie, Margaret Haseman, Mary McMullen. Third Row: Joan Misiewicz, Roger Ashley, Effa Jo Bacon, Bill Whipple, Marie Jordon, Westlake Goehring. It happens to the best of us. As members of the Clearwater chapter of the Nation- al Honor Society, we strive to uphold the ideals of the organization. These are character, scholarship, leadership, and service. Invitations are extended twice each year. The initiations are unforgetable; the first is informal, and the second, a formal ban- quet. In 1955 we had twenty-two members. One of our biggest projects is helping new pupils become acquainted with their teachers and friends at CHS. During College Day we worked as guides. Member- ship in Honor Society is, to us, an inspiration and an incentive to a better way of life. 14
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