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Page 48 text:
These girls travel around the halls with messages and pink slips. Many thanks to these
office assistants, Left 10 Right: Miss Ina Napier, Vice-Principal and C11-nrdimztor of Office
17ulie.r,' Francis Shroeder, joan Thompson, Frankie Steinbach, Joyce Harrison, Ava Kepner, and
Meet The Messengers And Bookstampers
The Dewey Decimal System is standard knowledge to this group. They are the librarians
who help Miss Ruth Van Tress during study halls. Students are, Left In Right: Nancy Stowell,
Sandra Orr, Pat Moore, Ardna l.aFollette, Deanna Blanchard, Steve Miller, Miss Van Tress,
Cheryl Blair, joy Osborn, and Pat Krueger.
Page 47 text:
f xt-1 K- r-suv '
Miss Ruby Hiatt and her Bulletin Board Club are responsible for the cute and clever
boards constantly seen in the halls. She co-operates with every other organization in school in
creating her bulletin boards. bl. Cozud, K. Madden, P. Parkins, and bl. Osborn are shown in
the upper left hand cornerg the upper right corner features D. Blanchard, M. MeNichols, and
S. Doddg and the lower right corner shows C. Francis, with K. Thomem set in, all working with
Christmas decorations. The other picture urges, "Lick the Tigers!" and shows W. Fife and K.
Clubs Relax Tired Brain Cells
The boys who throw their talents up on a screen. These
proiectionists are, iff! In Riglvl: Walter Ahendroth, Spfmror,
Bruce Beatty, Raymond Smith and Mike Frownfelter.
The Distriburive Fducation classes have formed an organization called
D.E.C.A., meaning Distributive Education Cilubs of America. This organi-
zation teaches students :ibout iobs and retailing. These students are, Front
Razr, Left to Right Mary Lou Sterner, Cfleo Abbott, Ben Clochriine, Arlc-tn
Morgan. Bark Rout Donald lliserodt, Sprnimr, Paul llolmes, Dick Smith
and David Kirkland.
Page 49 text:
Kids Love Parades,
A Kid At Heart
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The leader of the Homecoming parade was a monster who
promoted "Drag 'em" Red Oak. This small float was designed and
built by the Student Council.
First prize went to the Senior float with a popular space theme Second prize helonlued to the -luniors for their fine float full
when fills lwlastt-tloff tovictory. of little tikucrs that "meltt-tl" to the ptmtlier. This origitml idea
was a take-off from the "Little Blink Stunhow fantasy.
The Sophomores followed the Fantasy Land theme by pre- The fourth place float spurred water from its whalish hulk in a
ting Cinderella. They took third place. clever design treated hy the Freshmen. lt protlaimed, "We'll
Wlittle the Tail off Red Oak!"
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