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Page 42 text:
Left to right: Pat Anderson, Mara Lou Brown, Jo-
anne Duben, Mildred Weber.
There ure some people who are serving the school in ways which are seldom noticed because they are
so very obvious. They are the ones who assist in the office, work at the desk in the library, turn the hall
lights on and off, and run the movie projector. At the end of the year, a special Service award pin is giv-
en to the students who have aided the school in these ways.
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Bob suiiivan and Jim Begg. Betty Bender-
Left to right: Pat Clayton, Mary Riley, .lack Groves, Leftlto right: Morris Clayton, Lucy Bryant, Nancy
Gini:-r Be-mler, Gerald Howe. C3lVlIl,N0l'n12l Strunce.
Page 41 text:
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1 Left to Right-Front Row-Norma Strunce,
Left to Right - Fl'0Ut Row - Dave Ekbladv Activities Editor, Delores Moses, Clubs C0-
Editorg Donna Jean Moore, Instrumental
Snaps Co-Editorg Shirley- Jeter, Editor-in-
Chief: Pat Partlow, Aft Editor -Last ROW' Music Editor-Last Row-John Grandfield,
Clubs Co-Editorg Don Mosman, Administra-
Darrell Johannes, Athletic Co-Editorg Jim
Begg, Snaps C0-Edit0l'- tion Editor, Carroll Delaney, Assistant Art
The Crest Staff has worked lone and hard to produce this year-book. Many problems bobbed up, some at very
inopportune times, but each was surmounted. Besides the regular members of the staff, there were a number of
people who worked diligently behind the scenes and to whom we are very grateful. In spite of all our troubles, how-
ever, there was a lot of fun in doing our work. We hope that you get as much enjoyment out of reading this year's
Crest as We did in producing it.
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Back Row: Pat Harvey, Pat Healey, Bud Osmun, Betty Bloom, Don Mosman, Monte Lee
Bada, Morris Clayton, Leota Edwards.
Front Row: Betty Bender, Glenn Hartley, Patsy Harpin, John Weresh, Eleanor Glick,
Marion McCann, Noreen Spurr, Virginia Overholtzer.
The Arrow, published monthly by the journalism class, is the school paper and the source of all the
news and the gossip of C. H. S. In it you will find articles on world affairs and student parties, editor-
ials on the Red Cross and Christmas Seals, and the latest fashions in school, also pictures and mats to add
to the attractiveness of the paper.
These people work hard to make the paper a success and the students really appreciate their efforts
and are proud of the large, well-printed, and attractive paper put out by the staff.
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Back Row: Meredith Link, Georgeann Bartle, John Kelley, Juanita Norris, Joan LaMas-
Front Row: Eileen Eager, Bruce Chase, Erma Jean McCreary, Marvin Clark, Dorothy
Millikin, Don Metz.
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