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Top-Mr. Ellingson shows Mike Chervenak how to become a J. McLin, A. Lindholt, A. Ellingson, S. Brooks, E. Motteler, N
good mechanic. Ubben. F. Bowers, L. Hague, G. Haaland, R. Trojan, P. Barricks
Bottom left-Mr. Trojans' students learn the art of weaving. Bottom right-Changing a tire is nothing to these experts.
' Industrial Arts
Future dressmakers show their skill. Now, boys, what girl likes to eat hard biscuits?
H. Pangborn, E. Ramsey. J. Halsey, T. Myhrman, M. Rollefson
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Duane Christensen Marilee Andersen Nancy Reinvik Loren Hildebrand Amie Spencer Jean Bucklin Lee Hauge
President Vice-President Secretary Comm. of Finance Lincolnian Editor Lincoln News Editor Yell King
Judy Guelfy, Girls' Club President Council members- sing praises of It pays to advertise. Roy Cummings. Senior Class President
Jim Webster. Sportsmen's Club President membership Cards' Helen Feutz. Adviser
tudent Council Becomes Full-Tiine C ass
Establishment of Student Council as a reg'
ular class with scholastic credit this year made
it possible for the members to meet every day
while working toward their goal of greater stuf
dent participation in Lincoln's government.
Miss Katherine Bernard conducted the new
class with the assistance of Mrs. Helen Feutz
and Principal Kenneth Flora.
The first concern of the fledgling legislators
was the sale of ASL activity cards. Lincoln
topped Stadium as they vied for honors in the
sales contest, and in payment for losing the conf
test, Stadium presented an assembly at Lincoln.
This was the first of several exchange assemblies
presented during the year. Other exchange shows
by the Council were given by Aberdeen and
Clympia high schools.
Reorganization of the pep staff in an effort to
promote better school spirit highlighted Student
Council legislation as Frank Bowers was named
adviser of a pep group consisting of four cheer'
leaders and four song queens.
"Dew Drop Inn" to the Council Dance after
the Hoquiam game, Lincolnites were urged.
Those who followed the suggestion were ref
warded by the music of the Roy CummingsfTom
DoanefLyman Peterson Trio.
The beginnings of a tradition were set in mo'
tion by the Council as they conducted a weekf
long observance of Linco1n's birthday, complete
with a beardfgrowing contest and selection of
an "Abe and Mary Lincoln," the two students
who best typified the spirit of Lincoln. The fesf
tivities were climaxed with an impressive Linf
coln Day assembly.
Following the theme, "Storytime in Daffof
dils," the Lincoln float in the Daffodil Parade
depicted the nursery rhyme, "'RubfAfDub Dub,
Three Men in a Tubf'
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Dick Beddoe Jim Ehrler Judy Saar
Joe Devish John Sabol Larry Swift Sharon Gaisford
Senior Rep. Junior Rep. Sophomore Rep. Girls' Club Rep.
Sophomore Pres. Sophomore Sec.
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