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ACTIVITIES HELP DEVELOP STUDENTS , SCHOOL Although school emphasis is cen¬ tered on academic work, student organizations gave Rebels a chance to explore their own capacities as well as serve the school. For sixteen years, North has had an endless pro¬ cession of outstanding student body presidents, athletes, beauty queens, cheerleaders, and other who served the school through work in the vari¬ ous activities offered. It-was the spirit of Rebels to give the best they had in all endeavors that made North the kind of school it is today.
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STAFF DEDICATES VIKING; RECOGNIZES COACH FOR SERVICE TO NORTH Teacher of world history and physical education, Mr. Donald M. Haynes sponsored the Monogram Club an J coached the football and golf teams. There are people in every walk of life who make things better just because they have passed that way. North is fortunate to have a person like this, one who is loyal, cheerful, devoted, and helpful. Giving freely of his time, he is a friend both to students and teachers. As he has dedicated himself to North and the betterment of the students, so we dedicate this, the 1967 Viking, to Mr. Mack Haynes. Assuming a familiar pose, Mr. Mack Haynes talked to the student body during pep rallies before each of the football games. During the student-faculty game Mr. Haynes was intent on winning. When Attending the Junior-Senior Prom, Mr. Haynes enjoyed the referee (Mr. Joe White, who taught at North last year) made a bad watching the students and had fun with them. Mr. J. T. call, Mr. Haynes was right on the court with him. The result was a techni- McCaslin was with him. cal foul on the faculty.
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THOSE WHO SERVE MOST PROFIT MOST Spirits were high during the last critical minutes of the ball game with Garinger. Voting for class officers, as well as for other officers, was a privilege of all students. Debbie Wally exercised her privilege to vote in her first class election since she had come to North. 10 Students were able to purchase tickets prior to the games and save money as well as time. Marilyn Cooke took advantage of this as she purchased her ticket from Mr. Hurd during lunch time. A typical scene was one at the telephone booth during lunch periods, where sometimes, the wait was a long one. Randle Montgomery and Joe Stinson patiently awaited their turn as Lynn Lessard carried on her telephone conversation.
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