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Katherine Hendy Ruth Joder Paschal Stone Mary Jane Mungcr Louise Hollman
SCHOLARSHIP AND CITIZENSHIP
Louise Hollman, with an average of
98.43, was valedictorian of the class of
1933, while Katherine Hendy was saluta-
torian, having an average of 97.7. The
third highest was Mary Jane Munger
whose average was 94.63.
These awards are made for the schol-
astic work of four years of high school.
The average of the 1933 graduating class
Besides their scholarship records, these
three girls were prominent in school activ-
ities, including music, dramatics, journal-
istic work and variousorganizations.
The valedictorian and salutatorian de-
livered their annual speeches at the com-
mencement exercises in May.
Ruth Joder, Louise Hollman, Katherine
Hendy and Paschal Stone were awarded
the North Platte High School citizenship
honors for the class of 1933.
Awards were made on the basis of
scholarship, participation in school activ-
ities, and personal qualities, including hon-
esty, self-control, courtesy, loyalty, sports-
manship and leadership.
Choosing the four seniors outstanding
in these respects was the task of a faculty
committee who finally selected these
students as best fulfilling the require-
They are all members of the National
Ruth was winner of the popularity con-
test, a member of the Girl Reserve cab-
inet, and accompanist for the glee clubs,
mixed chorus, and girls' sextette. She was
also president of the Student Council last
Louise belonged to Pep Club, Quill and
Scroll, Girl Reserve cabinet, and was sec-
retary of Student Council. She was presi-
dent of Latin club, was in the junior and
senior plays, operettas, glee club, mixed
chorus and girls' sextette, and served on
the Round-Up and Annual staffs.
Katherine took part in glee club and
operetta work, Quill and Scroll, Spanish
and Pep clubs, and headed the Latin club.
She was on the Girl Reserve cabinet, in
the senior play and worked on the Round-
Up and Annual staffs.
Paschal was a member of Hi-Y, Activ-
ities Association, band and orchestra. He
was also active in glee clubs, mixed chorus
and operetta work, was vice-president of
Student Council and worked on the Round-
Up and Annual staffs.
Mary Jane was interested in declama-
tory and had parts in the operetta and
senior play, was a member of Girl Re-
serve, Pep club, Spanish club and G. A.
A., and worked on the Round-Up and An-
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NORTH PLATTE HIGH SCHOOL AT NIGHT
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I Q A L
Top Row: Horace Crosby, Richmond Birge, Charles Bohart, Donald Tucker. Claude Faulkner,
Second Row: Marguerite Rl?-Ltllfllilll, Louise Hollman, Louise Str-nuer, Edith Rector, Zoe Parks,
Alice Gilbert, Erma Bauer.
Bottom Row: Katherine Hendy, Beryl Forward, Betty Williams, Ruth Jodcr, Ella Welch, Irene
Pierson, Lola Stevens, Mary Jane Munger.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The four cardinal principles of the
National Honor Society are: scholarship,
leadership, character, and service.
This society was created by a group of
high school principals to correspond .to
the Phi Beta Kappa society in universities
and colleges. The emblem of the society
consists of a keystone and a flaming
torch. The keystone bears the letters
S.L.C.S.'which stand for the four prin-
ciples which were mentioned above.
The National Honor Society of North
Platte High School is a member of the
some one thousand chapters now in ex-
istence. This is the fourth year of the
existence of such an organization in North
Platte High School. The first group was
organized in 1930. Only seniors who are
chosen from the upper third of their
class are eligible to belong to the National
Honor Society. At the beginning of the
school year 1932 there were forty-one
members on the list of the National Hon-
or Society in North Platte High School.
A committee of faculty members was
appointed the first semester for the pur-
pose of selecting the candidates to the
society. The following students were ap-
proved by the entire faculty: Richmond
Birge, Horace Crosby, Claude Faulkner,
Alice Gilbert, Katherine Hendy, Louise
Hollman, Ruth Joder, Mary Jane Munger,
Marguerite Rathman, Louise Stenger, and
Paschal Stone. These new members were
entertained at a banquet at which the
faculty were present.
The second semester a committee of
eight teachers chose ten more members
from the upper third of the class: Erma
Bauer, Charles Bohart, Beryl Forward,
Zoe Parks, Irene Pierson, Edith Rector,
Lola Stevens, Donald Tucker, Ella Welch,
and Betty Williams.
At a special assembly in the middle of
the second semester the twenty-one new
members of the organization were for-
mally initiated. At that time five of the
former members talked on the purpose
and principles of the society.
At a later date the informal initiation
of those people elected to the society in
the second semester was held. A dinner
for the entire North Platte organization
is to be held in the early part of the
summer. At this time officers for the
coming year will be elected. Ruby Mc-
Kain acted as president this year. She
gave much of her time to the advance-
ment of the organization.
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