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Page 26 text:
On September 22, an all-school carnival was held in the school gym to raise
money for a new scoreboard. Each class in grades seven through twelve had a
proiect, such as a basketball throw, a raffle, a penny arcade, or a burlesque
show. Grades one through six sponsored a cake-walk. Various organizations
sold candy, taffy, apples, or popcorn.
The crowning of the Campus Queen was one of the main events of the eve-
ning. Grades seven through twelve had each nominated a candidate and the
queen was chosen by casting ballots - apennya vote. Dean Smith, chosen bythe
student body as master-of-ceremonies, announced the senior candidate, Marilyn
Sampson, as winner.
The community responded so well that the amount of money taken in far ex-
ceeded the expectations of the school. '
Sponsored by TODD FUNERAL HOME. D6Motte, Tel- 6
Page 25 text:
Athletic Board 3'
Bob Petry, Mr. Bastin, Jim Knopf,
Miss Minniear, Ronald Laszlo, My
M Tate, Mr. Childs, Howard
The Student Council is made up of two e-
lected representatives from each high school
class, one from each of the 7th and 8th grades,
the principal and a student president elected
by the student body.
Its general purpose is to promote school
spirit, to give students a voice in school af-
fairs and to establish a mutual understanding
between faculty and student body.
The Athletic Board was organized the first
time in the fall of i949. The purpose ofthe
board is to act in an advisory capacity on all
problems pertaining to athletics.
The Board consists of an elected repre-
sentative from each high school class, the
high school coaches, the principal and one
Among their duties are setting the single
admission and season ticket prices for basket-
ball games and distributing the limited number
of South County and Sectional Tournament
Bottom Row: Wendell Thatcher,
Betty Thurner, - president, Mr,
Tate, Carol McGinley, - secretary.
Second Row: Troy Ingram, Mary
Jane Schuster, Donna Murphy,
Duane Osburn, Tom Schuster,
Kathryn DeKock,Jane Arend, Nila
Jo Ellenson. '
Sponsored by HEINOLD ELEVATOR CO.
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