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Page 81 text:
Clubs met during activity period. Activity
period was a 30 minute period after lunch.
Some clubs met daily, some met weekly, others
met bimonthly. This provided an opportnuity
for students to belong to different clubs.
Study halls were provided for students not in
t eriod. They sang for the pleasure of singing. Elmora
The Chorus rnet during activi y p
Hudgens was accompanist.
Page 80 text:
Science consists of four sub-
jects: General Science, Biology,
Chemistry, and Physics.
One event the science depart-
ment promoted this year was the
Science Fair. Winners were:
First, Stanley McDonald and
Second, Lounete Shelton
Third, Kenneth Koen
First, Dwayne Fussell
Second, Charles Wilson
Third, Sue Morton
First, john Waldrip
Second, Albert Thompson
and Merton Watts
Third, David Quinton and
First, Curtis May
Second, John Fry and Reed
Third, John Waldrip
The Science Fair was held April 15. Both High School and Elementary partici-
pated. Places were also given to Elementary. During the Fair students were with
their projects and demonstrated them to the visitors.
A general science class
Page 82 text:
The Dramatics Club was an active consumer of drama this year making
several trips into Houston. Members enjoyed "The Matchmaker" and a Nor-
wegian dramatic solo by Miss Tore Segelceke. Several members also attended the
showing of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" and "No Time for Sergeantsf' An earl-y
high spot for this year's members was the presentation of a student dance with a
Parisian "Cafe Moulin Rouge" theme complete with floor show. Members also
competed in a one-act play, "The Glass Menagerie," which placed second in
College Preparatory was organized for students who plan to attend college. Locations
of colleges and universities, what the student may expect when he goes to college, living
conditions at college, and many other aspects were studied.
jim Grotte, President
Bobby Whitson, Vice-Preyirlezzf
Joyce Gorden, Sew'elm'y
Lucilee Hovsepian, Tl'6cZ.I'7lI'El'
Jay Pierce, R6lf7OI'f6l'
Dean Hood, Sergeafzt-nf-A1'nzr
Mr. J. E. Bouligny, SIDOJIJUI'
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