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lssther. Nlyra, Ted, Nlarland, and lean are discuss-
ing the location of Drumright on the glohal map.
Through their STLYUI-'XT CiOL'NCfll work this year
they have come to realize the importance of learning
to work together in this small world.
:Xt the State STL'Dl-'NT CiOL'NCfll. Cionvenlion
held in Stillwater in December, the Drumright Organ-
ization was represented by Ted Nlcllwain, Myra Fret-
well, and Doris Odom. These delegates, accompanied
by Nlrs. Apple, spent three days on the Oklahoma
A.SlM. Campus attending meetings. Hearing talks by
students of other schools and joining in group discus-
sions with them, our delegates reah7ed that DHS is a
school of which to be proud.
In a regular meeting the STUDENT COUNCIL
discusses student opinion expressed through representa-
tives and makes plans for special proiects during the
year. Some of these proiects were outdoor pep as-
semblies, News Nlagaline of the Screen, the Christmas
Sock Hop, the March of Dimes Talent Show, Observ-
ance of Brotherhood W'eek, and Tacky Day.
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Xlcllvnain, president, Harland Rhodes, site-president, It-.in Morris, secretary
Lvf! In ngfilfTed Mcllwain, Mrs. Apple, Myra Fretwcll, Doris Odom.