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Ricardo, Marlee And Elizabeth Spend Time Abroad Ricardo Patricio Keegan from Cordoba City, Argentina, Cobre ' s second foreign exchange student, came to New Mexico this year and will continue school until next Febru- ary. In Argentina he attended a 300-year old high school which was the second high school in Latin America. At Colegio Monserrat he attended seven different classes that lasted 45 minutes each. The rest of the day was spent with his family of seven on one of their three ranches. While at- tending Cobre, he is living with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pack of Hurley. Marlee Stermer spent the 1 971 school year in Takahama, Japan. The city of 30,000 people is on the harbor near Nagoya. She lived with a Japanese family that owned four small roof tile factories. While in Japan she attended Karuja High School which had on enrollment of about 2,000 students. Marlee studied math, geography, biology, English, Japanese, and home economics. She returned during the summer. Liz Stewart attended an all-girl Catholic school in Tehucan, Mexico during the summer. While there she helped teach English classes at the school. Liz visited Mexico City, Puebia, Orezaba, and various small villages. Ricardo Keegan from Cordoba City, Argentina is Cobre ' s second fori exchange student. He will continue scfiool until February. Marlee Stermer along with John Wilbonks from El Paso, Texas, spent year in Takahama, Japan. She returned during the summer. Liz Stewart lived in Tehucc during the summer. While the exico as a foreign exchonc : helped teach English classes.
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School Events Through Timely News The ' 71 War Whoop staff under the direction of Liz Stewart, editor; Rondo Niblett, co-editor; and Mrs. Catherine Smith, sponsor, strived to publish informative, accurate news for the students at Cobre. The staff maintained the news through news stories, edi- torials, reader-interest stories and pictures. The 26 members met four days a week to publish the four page, ten cent, weekly newspaper. Liz Stewart — editor Rondo Niblett — assistant editor ibiicotlons staff members. Inez Trujillo, Randy Reiss, Ricky Shampers, Mary Helen Garcia, ond Norma Garcia. Kathy Pennington, Bobby Medina, Tom Stewart, Emily Montoya, ond Lui:
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Ronda, Dickie Possess Title Of Mr. and Miss CHS Mr. and Miss CHS selected for the 1970-71 school year were Dickie Zamoro and Rondo Niblett. The faculty nomin- ated a boy and girl senior that would best represent the school. Those nominees were Danny Bleak, David Mc- Noughton, Wyatt Sparks, Kim Hunter, Connie McCauley, Regina McSherry, and Mary Alice Morales. The student body voted for Mr., Miss CHS through secret ballot. Rondo Niblett was very active throughout her high school years. She was a member of the Spanish Club, FJA, FSA, GAA, and War Whoop co-editor. During her sophomore year she was fall formal princess and B-team cheerleader. Her junior year she was fall formal and Junior-Senior prom princess, and football homecoming princess. She was the captain for powder puff junior team, and girl representa- tive. For her senior year she was fall formal prom princess, drill team captain, and Student Council vice-president. She stated, " I always pictured it happening to other people, but not to mel It ' s really an honor to know you ' re representing Cobre, and I ' m proud of it. " Dickie Zamora stated, " Representing Cobre was a great honor for me, and I will always give a good impression of myself to maintain the school ' s high standards. " Dickie has been a member of the Spanish Club, the football, basket- ball and baseball teams. He has been team captain of baseball and basketball; received the Greatest Indian award. He made the all-district basketball team, and was an alternate for the all-district second string football squad. In arts and crafts he has received numerous ribbons for his projects. He was selected Junior Rotorion for the month of December.
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