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Back Row: Hill, Lee, Roberts, Woods, Brown, Montgomery, McCrory— Pres ident, Mr. Blair. Front Row: Craft, Keesee, Smith, Pryor, Haizlip, West, Petty, Vogel, Halperin. RED CROSS The Red Cross is composed of an elected representative from each home room in grades 7-12. The Red Cross holds weekly meetings at the school and also sends dele- gates to the monthly meetings of the city-wide High School Red Cross Council. It is the responsibility of the Red Cross to take up donations from the students and enroll the donors. Along with the regular donations, AAUS has other activities, one of which is the preparation of an album which tells the story of our school life. This album will be sent to a Spanish speaking country in South America, and AAUS will receive one in return. The purpose of the Red Cross is to teach concern for others and responsibility in the community. 106
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Standing: Jordon, Todd, Cook, Dollahife, Johnson, Sift, Parker, West, Northcross, Ayres, Smith. Seated: Keirns, Hunt, Allen, Ray, Ledbetter. ENGINEER ' S CLUB The Engineer ' s Club, under the direction of Mr. Everett, studied several fields which were of inter- est to future engineers. One section of the club learned the rudiments of mechanical drawing while the other section worked with the more involved operations of the slide rule. They took trips to various factories and industries and also heard talks by prominent local engineers. The purpose of the Engineer ' s Club was to help students decide if they would like to study engineering in college and to benefit those who did. 105
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■ v.V Hy B ny fj m MM H| | | H| H r k 1 R c tf f fr ' k ■f Top Row; Piper, Stratton, Brescia, Warren, Olsen, C. Moore, B. Ray, Schadt. Bottom Row; Houiton, Heller, Perel, Hutton, Hartz, Cannon. FINE ARTS CLUB During its second year, the Fine Arts Club, under the di- rection of Mr. Morelock, has discussed operas, ranging from " La Traviata " to " Don Giovanni " , which was direct- ed by Mr. Morelock. Selec- tions of classical music such as " Don Quixote " , Schu- mann ' s Concerto in A Minor for Piano, and Beethoven ' s Sixth Symphony were pre- sented. They studied the styles and techniques of painting of vari- ous great artists. PUBLIC SPEAKING CLUB The Public Speaking and Debating Club was begun last year and was carried on this year by Mr. Mills. In the Monday meetings, the mem- bers had friendly debates in currently controversial topics. By having these discussions the members learned the fun- damentals of public speaking. (I. to r.) Cox, Jones, Craft, Smith, Warren, Shelton, Oliver, Berg, Mr. Mills. 107
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