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Page 13 text:
Activities of the school are ever changing to meet the desires and needs of the school. One of the new clubs formed this year, because of the interest of students, was the Chess Club. Members favoring this game of skill were: (FRONT ROW): Bob¬ by Small, Steve Honeycutt, Tommy Youngblood. (ROW TWO): George Harry, Rod¬ ney Knox. (ROW THREE): Jeff Caldwell, Alan White. (BACK ROW): David Gibson, Joe Cooke, and Robert Hunter. To recognize the accomplishments of students, the Student Council awards a certificate to an outstanding student each month. Glenn Morris received the Student-of-the-Month award foi his outstanding accomplishments in football. Each Christmas the Student Council tried to help those who need food and cloth¬ ing. This year after the canned foods and other things were collected, Truscott Rhodes and Gale Alexander packed them in boxes and sent them to the Salva¬ tion Army for distribution. Reverend John Handley ' was invited by the Student Co uncil to speak to the student bod} during Youth Appreciation Week. He told therr that youth of today had everything going for therr and they could be what they wanted to be
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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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Students enjoyed the social life of the school. Several occasions offered them the oppor¬ tunity to dress up and put on their very best mannersandenjoythe com panionshipof others. Serving Doug McElroy at a school reception was Faye Ferrell. Happiness was winning ball games, too. A successful basketball season had been a long time coming, and victory was sweet. After North’s victory over Garinger, Chris Parnell was given a ride by Jim Brown, Lyn Murphy, and other teammates. It seemed as if he were not too confident about staying on top, however. 12 Fun was to be had at other times, too. Mr. C. S. Smith, an amateur magician, sur¬ prised Sandy Raborn as she appeared on the stage during the beauty contest. Cut of the thin air came a bunch of flowers not more than a foot away from her face. Some students had a vital interest in safe driving and joined with students from other schools in promoting a safety campaign. Barbara Presnell was one of these stu¬ dents. She invited Kays Gary, a Charlotte Observer columnist, to speak to the entire student body.
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