Clymer Central High School - Spotlight Yearbook (Clymer, NY)

 - Class of 1970

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Administration Coirries It Through Mr. Durwood SwansonkElementary Coordinator, Mr. Hubert Brown-Super vising Principal, Mr. Frank Henry- Assistant Principal. Pupil Power The student body of CCS voice their opinions through their representatives in the student council. Under the super- vision of Mr. Brown much is done for the betterment of this school. President-John Williams, Vice-Presi- dent- Brian Henry, Secretary-Debbie Odell, Treasurer-Linda Thompson, Ad- visor-Mr. Brown. Toi ke oi Letter Mrs. Margaret Chelton-Secretary, Miss Eleanor Schruers-Secretary.

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The Boolrol Molkes It All Possible BOARD OF EDUCATION: Mr. Nyweide, Mr, Fergus, Presidcntg Mr. Willink, Mr. Gravink, Mr. Bailey tnot picturedl CLASS OF 1970 The world today is a rapidly changing sphere-being affected by tremendous forces for both good and evil. This is not new. The newness is that with our increasing technology of communication we are much more aware of the movements of the forces than we ever were before. Another phenomenon is that individuals have a much greater opportunity to make themselves heard than has been available in the preceding eons of time during which our Earth has existed. You, the Class of 1970, are launching yourselves into this world. The school Adminis- tration and Faculty, your parents and friends have done their best to fit you for making the most of this opportunity. Now it is up to you. Are you going to be outstanding? average? poor?eonly you can answer this. We know that you have the ability to be outstanding influences for good. Regardless of whether you strive to be doctors, dishwashers, housewives, farmers, clerks, bankers or any other of the countless vocations and professions, trust in God, work hard, enjoy yourself and hold your head high. You will succeed-Good Luck! ,pf Robert A. Fergus, President Board of Education Clymer Central School 8



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l Only 39V2 minutes to go. , ,,.l V S gr ' . . 'W' "Go to Study Hall" Books! Books! Books! All sizes and kinds are to be found in the school's two libraries. Elementary pupils find entertainment reading in the wide variety of fiction books available in the elementary library. Mrs. Auer, the librarian, is always ready to help them in their selection and accom- plishes the task of keeping the library running smoothly. With its reservoir of 4,000 books and regular issues of 50 magazines and newspaper subscriptions the Jr. Sr. High School library provides pleasure reading of books and mag- azines. The use of the listening center for relaxation is a privilege earned by those students who have passing grades. An Outlet ot loleols The English language today exists in a variety of forms across th United States. The Texans are characterized by the drawl which they add to spice the language and hillbillies also have their own interpretations. But with whatever trimmings it may have, the Eng- lish language is still recognized as a means of communication. Through this vehicle, people are able to express themselves. The poet, journalist, and author depend upon a pen and a knowledge of their language to put their ideas across to those around them. It C is the objective of the English department, through the use of gram- mar courses, and the many forms of literature, to develop in the student a greater understanding and effective means he has with which to express himself. The English department is divided as follows: Miss Lydell and Mrs. Rickers-Seventh Grade English Miss Gleason-Eighth Grade English Mr. Thomas-Ninth and Tenth Grade English Mr. MorganMEleventh and Twelfth Grade English He's cute, isn't he? I wonder if I could get one of them.

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