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Page 96 text:
Bright lights . . . T.V. Camera . . . tension . . . question
. . . speeding thoughts . . . buzzer sounded . . . answer . . .
'fYou are correctll' . . . Cleveland scores! . . . Enthusiastic
applause . . . Relief, for one moment.
On October 19, Clevelandis Scholar Quiz Team went to
the KMOX-TV studio and battled their way to first place
against Assumption and Normandy. Those six weeks of
practice and all around studying really paid off. Of course
the cheering section comprised by the Drama Club and a
few other enthusiasts, greatly helped the team's morale.
On November 23, Cleveland had to compete again with
another school, Bellville West which was last year's cham-
pions. But unfortunately, Cleveland lost. But just being on
Vengef' the team to Represent C. H. S. was indeed a great honor.
GoEs TO QUARTER FINALS
FRONT ROW: Steven Prothero, Jane Mathae, Dean Telthorst, Mike Carr. LAST ROW: Edwin Mintner, Jeanette Medewitz, Mr. John
Sacks, Robert Prothero.
Ed Mintner performs his own musical arrangement of "Re-
Page 95 text:
N. H. S. Officers: Dean Telthorst, Vice-Presidentg Scott Schroeder,
Presidentg Debbie Powers, Recording Secretaryg Jane Mathae,
Mr. Reinsch administers the oath at the induction of membership.
John is awarded his certificate ofmembership.
Scott often used threats of violence in order to force members into
Flashy "National Honor Society Meeting" signs
on bulletin boards meant an hour of plans, ideas,
good rapping, and refreshments in Room 5. This year
for the first time N. H. S. members were initiated into
the national organization at an impressive evening
With memories of their Pick-a-Pixie booth and
summer picnic behind them, they launched new acti-
vities. They comprised a studio cheering section for
the Schlar Quiz team's final appearance on Channel
4. There followed skating parties, a bake sale, a bowl-
ing party, and a Christmas party at Mrs. Ashmore's
home. Special celebrations at Bevo Mill were high-
The membership operated snack bars at school
plays and managed program advertising for the
school musical. The members also managed the ad-
mission and ticket doors at the faculty play and again
at South Pacific.
N. H. S. operated snack bars at school functions.
Page 97 text:
A BL E
The Art Club at Cleveland was a
little slow at getting started this
year. Great plans were made, but
unfortunately few materialized.
Never-the-less, sixteen art students
won honors in the 1975 Schlastic Art
Awards, sponsored by Famous Barr.
Among the Blue Ribbon winners
were Dennis Fanger, Bruce Fernan-
dez, Jim Rice, Ed Ide, and Connie
Vogel. The club's sponsor, Mr. Pas-
tor believe that next year would
prove to be a better and more
FRONT ROW: Dennis Gamache, Connie Hrabovsky, Raylene Huddleston, Julie Beard
Ginger Bryant, Sheree Nurdox, Greg Ragsdale. MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Pastor, Lily
Slomo, Janet Ulbricht, Pat Rholf, Sherry Hartman, Pam Bourisaw, Miss Young. LAST
ROW: Mrs. Mayhew, James Rice, Bruce Fernandez, Ed Ide, Allan Smith, Connie
Cleveland would be without aud programs if it wer-
en't for the Stage Technician's Club. This group ser-
vices all of the sound and light equipment for stage
performances and handles special backstage effects
The club was first started in 1946 and it deserves
notice for its merit and longevity. Its a service organ-
ization and members are scheduled to work whenever
there is a program in the auditorium.
FRONT ROW: Joe Wand, Bart Fogelbach, Jim Guro, Dennis Browning, Andy Brown, Jim Rainwater, Joe Council, Dave Shelton, Lloyd
Flesch. LAST ROW: Mr. John Rowland, Louise Runtz, Tom Brown, David Raines, Chris Oelzen, Craig Carr, Matt Medley, Donald Auria
Dave Hanley, Dave Ragy.
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