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Page 33 text:
National Honor Society
This impressive group smiles happily after
the initiation of new members to National Honor
Society in February, representing five per cent of
the Senior class. Those initiated are shown in
center as Roger Waltz, left, Judy Wallace, center,
and Earl Pottorff, right. Others are, Left to Right:
Phillip Spriggs, Dan Herndon, Kay Thomas, -Ioan
Wallace and Helenbeth Taylor, who were initiated
in May, 1957. There will be a similiar initiation
this spring to bring in several iuniors. Members
of this organization are selected by students and
faculty on the basis of scholarship, leadership,
character and service.
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This is it! This is the actual Crest staff which is responsible for the editing of the book.
This group spends a great deal of time planning layouts, assembling pictures and pages and
writing headlines and copy. The staff consists of, Standing, Left to Right: Chris Francis,
Student Editor: Judy Wallace and Kay Thomas, Promotion arm' Publicity Clouirnzenf Karen
Werner, Butinefr Managerg and jim Phillips, Sporty Editor. Seated: Nancy Stowell, Chief
Typifl: Joan Wallace, Activities Editor and Editor-in-Clnief.' and Jolene Hayes, Adnzinirtralion-
Faculty Editor. The club also helps finance the book through many projects. Besides the
numerous selling projects of ads and football programs, the club sponsored two dances. The
first, a Halloween dance, made use of skits and side attractions, such as a fortune teller. The
Sweetheart Dance held court for Bonnie Towns, the Sweetheart, who received a complimentary
yearbook as a prize. Three staff members, joan Wallace, Karen Werner, and Jolene Hayes,
accompanied Miss Cross to Atlantic early last fall to hear speakers and see model yearbooks.
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junior Town is an organization sponsored by Kay Cross which gives srudents a chance to
mnounte engineer arrange proerams and generally familiarize themsclxts vnith radio broad
castini., They present programs in and about CHS every Tuesday and Thursday cvenmgs after
school through the co operation of radio station KSIB Standing, members are Lefl 10 Right
M MrNlthols 1' Miller T Kittleman L Winkler S Miller J Bakcrinlc l Mathers M
Wfalrerdorf and R Smith Sealed H Hanke D Francis and B jones
Groups Clrculate News And Views
The journalism classes under Kay Cross publish the Arrow once every two weeks in the
Creston News Advertiser. This is a change from last year's system which was an independent
monthly edition of four to six pages. journalism students also write the High Times column
in the Teen Scene of our local newspaper. Members of the staff are. Let Io Right: Jean
Tripp, Dan Herndon, Bill jones, Chris Francis, Marilyn Reed, Helenbeth Taylor, Doris Hatchetr,
Bonnie Towns, Nancy Stowell, Marlene Walterstlcprf, Joyce Sparks and Betsie Bradley. Carol
Baughman was not present for the picture.
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