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DEMOCRACY EN PIQACTICE
Gordon Hogan, Richard Bell, Florobel Fullenwider,
Juanita Clark, Fortino Lopez, Barbara Lufkin, Lee Jackson,
Dorothy Alexander, Nancy Willits, and Junior Page.
A sincere attempt is made in our school to give the
students an important part in the government of the students
so that they may practice here the ideals and ideas of
democracy. The student body organization elects an executive
board which governs the group. The executive board consists
of a student president, vice-presidents, secretaries, song and
yell leaders. These students, with the help of an adviser,
-plan the activities of the student body. One of the most impor-
tant functions of the executive board is the direction of the
safety committee, a group of students who serve as traffic
officers and who really contribute much to the safety -and
order of the school. The work of the safety committee cannot
be too highly commended. In the student body organization,
the students do learn to participate as citizens of a small
'community in the solution of problems of that community.
No small part of the success of the student body organ-
ization was due to the officers and leaders who so ably served
throughout the year. Gordon Hogan, president, was always
capable, ready and willing to assume his responsibilities.
Other active student leaders were: Nancy Willits, Lee Jackson,
Junior Page, Juanita Clark, and-Florobel Fullenwider. Miss
Thrasher deserves much credit for it was she who assisted as
faculty adviser to the group.
JUNIGR RED CROSS
The Junior Red Cross was one of the most active
organizations in the school with one hundred per cent mem-
bership. The members filled Christmas boxes With small
useful articles and toys to be sent to foreign lands. They also
sent many gifts to the Children's Hospital and made favors
for sailors at Christmas time. The club participated in the
Red Cross seal drive and in the Infantile Paralysis drive.
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Members of the scholarship society enjoyed three edu-
cational trips and one party this school year. The educational
places visited during the year were: the Huntington Library,
California Institute of Technology, .Helms Bakery, Firestone
Rubber Company, Sherman Institute, and the Hole Ranch.
A student must have ten points, which must include two
"A"s in solids, before he can become a member. Any student
who does not receive a f'C" gets a bonus point. Miss Griffin
is the faculty supervisor and adviser for the trips. Officers'
during this year have been: President, Romayne Tilsong Vice-
President, Gordon Hogan, Secretary, Marjorie Schumacher.
Members in the Scholarship Society this year are:
Dolores Sturgis, Pauline Sturgis, Jake. Hull, Marjorie Schu-
macher, Gordon Hugan, Barbara. Lincoln, Charles Heers,
Marion Brines, Earl Cullins, Ruth Wilcox, Florence Casill-as,
Lillian Leonard, Francis Ganahl, Dorothea Vaile, Howard
Sullivant, John Armbruster, Leonard Davis, Stanley Farmer,
Jack Roberts, Ellen Mary Stowe, Johnnie Deleo, Romayne
Tilson, Bernice Whitted, Della Evans, Lydia Panatonni, Wilma
Chapin, Jacqueline England, Anselmo Mejia, Ralph Cervantes,
Dollie Kroonen, Dickey Bridenstine, Billie Belcher, Eloise
Ashlock, Berta Smith, Junior Page, James Hoppe, Mary Lou
Seabury, Jewell Sagaser, Jimmie Collings, Alan Beggs, Elma
Kroonen, Louise Burkhart, Lauren Lott, Jack Roberts, Duane
Borts, John Armbruster, Jessie Sandoval, Katherine Domin-
guez, Ellen Johnson, Anita Guerrero, Dorothy Alexander,
Josephine Dalcamo, Ruth Wilcox, Margaret Rogers, Jack
Roberts, and Gail Truly.
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