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Page 27 text:
Roberta Cubert and Bill Cook were elected Connie and
Johnnie Continental in a popularity contest sponsored by
The candidates for Connie were: Carol Johnson, Ro-
berta Cubert, Barbara Moreland, Carol Watson, and Mar-
jorie Whitmore. Johnnie candidates were: Jim Abraham,
Finis Jent, Bill Cook, Eddie Kernodle, and Bill Porter.
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Norma Riley, Jackie Polley, and Rosemary Hoffmeyer,
seniors, are pictured above looking at the "Go to College
Week" exhibit, which was on display in the Social Studies
library January 8 through January 12. These girls were
also candidates for the D. A. R. Good Citizenship Award.
Representatives of 30 colleges and schools of nursing
were at the high school during that week to discuss their
particular college, and to counsel with students who were
interested in attending college. Small discussion groups
were scheduled and individual conferences were arranged.
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As you will soon see, not all of a student's time is spent with books
and studying. With the many clubs around school, every pupil is sure to
find one to his liking. Most of the clubs are the outgrowth of the cur-
riculum. Clubs promote the interest and increase the knowledge of the
student, and what better way to "win friends and influence people" than
to bfelong to one or
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more of these many groups?
which to choose ranging from
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government. Club membership
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which play a great
helps round out the
student's life. Many pupils find that belonging to one club is enough
while others take pleasure in belonging to three or four.
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