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Page 18 text:
democracy stressed in homeroom period
"There goes the bell to end homeroom."
Why do we devote twenty minutes of every
busy school day to homeroom? One answer
is that this period presents an excellent op-
portunity to train students in democratic pro-
cedures. Here ofiicers are elected, informative
bulletins are read and discussed, and con-
tributions tor charity drives are collected. Also,
elections for Student Council president and
for the All-City Student Day officers are held
in a democratic manner.
Periodically programs for special occasions
and holidays are given for the training as
Well as for the enjoyment of the group. Often
an ill student is cheered by a friendly card
or note sent by his homeroom.
Through these and many other activities,
the students learn the importance of team-
Work and co-operation.
103 MISS BIGGERSTAFF
BACK ROW: Shirley Kiser, Ann Willis.
Wilma Phillips, Phyllis Clark, Iean Shet-
field, Nancy Hackel, Patty Phillips.
THIRD ROW: Iane Bunning, Shirley Iacob,
Carol Barker, Peggy Cantrell, Carol Beebe,
Baiglpara Ashby, Ioyce Asher, Miss Bigger-
SECOND ROW: Iudy Fisher, Iudy Shelton,
Gloria Pieper, Hazel Dodson, Connie
Spano, Beverly Miller, Eddie lane Butler,
-Inez Green, loanne Webster.
FRONT ROW: Shirley Perriman, Norma
Wilcher, Wanda Bell, Betty Friend, Felisa
Smith, Antoinette De Simone, Norma En-
qleman, Ruth Atchison, Shirley Mc-
104 MR. DITMARS
BACK ROW: Lois Hendrickson, Dale An-
trim, Marvin Fulton, Keith Hall, Thomas
Coleman, Ioe Lamanno.
MIDDLE ROW: Catherine Taylor, Louise Mc-
Farland, Wanda Pennington, Betty Kaye
Rector, Donna Sullivan, Frances Roe, Mr.
FRONT ROW: Louella Cangelose, Pat Aus-
maljl, lune Perry, Lucy Hutchins, La Verle
Yates, Nancy McGaugh, Io Ranallo.
106 MR. ENGLE
fg Keith Wilson, lack Dalton, Elvin Dalton:
W A . lack Chapman, Mr. Engle.
' 3 ,Vg . WW, -,i vy BACK ROW: Bob Long, Henry Langley, Ir.
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Z THIRD ROW: Iohn Smith, Richard Wright, El-
f den Hatcher, Bill Kendall, David Schwenk,
Albert Espinosa, Hal Reed, Ir.
,Z f ' SECOND ROW: Tommy Rago, Rollie Rice
. D011 Ch11dS, 101111 O'Day, Thurston Holi:
g man, Keith Dewey, Paul McGrath.
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. I ,Mi g f. ald Gast-on, Bob Williams, Richard Rodgers
, f ll "4 Jesse Hill, Tommy Pernice, Bob Hanes.
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FOURTH ROW: P
THIRD ROW: Pat.
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Roe, Phyllis .3
FRONT ROW: Syh
son, Patricia Cl
BACK ROW: Dent
Phillips, Mr. Si
MIDDLE ROW: Bo
ton, William A:
FRONT ROW: Kei
son, Iohn Rine
BACK ROW: Par
Leslie, Gene I
THIRD ROW: Da'
Payne, Iohn The
nie Garrison, Ia
gore, Don Tosti.
SECOND ROW: l
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Bandy, Ianice 'l
FRONT ROW: Ru
bert, Bonnie M1
Alice Pruitt, Eur
BACK ROW: Me
lace Miller, Bill
cia, Mr. Reese.
THIRD ROW: lam
groe, Iim Keslt
SECOND ROW: M
Latta. Frankie S
FRONT ROW: Daw
Iohn Hendrix, 1V
Page 17 text:
Derald L. Schaeffer
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' p. t. a. is a 'gfamily affair" in 1951 l
During the 1950-'51 school year, the P. T. A.
sponsored tuberculosis tests, sold seals for the
fight against T.B. and cancer, sewed for Mutual
Help, and held many night meetings.
Coach E. A. Markey's Men's Activity Night
enlivened the Ianuary meeting, While a panel
discussion, "What do you know about your
P. T. A.?" was featured at the February Foun-
ders' Day meeting. At the Family Museum
Nights, members of the P. T. A. had gay times
on the treasure hunts, made guided tours, and
became better acquainted with each other.
Because of these many interesting group ac-
tivities during the year, the Northeast P. T. A.
was indeed a "family affair" in 1951.
First Vice-President .....
Second Vice-President. .
Third Vice-President ....
Recording Secretary ....
Corresponding Secretary ....
....Mrs. M. C. Hobbs
.......M1s. Dan Fults
.Mrs. I. E. Henderson
...Mrs. Gertrude Bell
.. ..... Mrs. Louis Porter
. . . .Mrs. F. W. lergins
. . . .Mrs. Frank Maret
. . . .Mr. Fred Heine
.. . .Mrs. D. M. Myers
Past presidents-Mrs. I. S. Palmer, Mrs. Theron A. Red- Dr. G. Dewey Smith leads panel discussion on "What do
mon, Mrs. V. W. Hollopeter, Mrs. I. L. Tarbet, and Mrs. you know about your P.T.A.?
Harry Kern-return for Founders' Day.
Homemade cakes and hot coffee appeal to everyone at Mrs. Frank Maret reads treasurer's report while recording
the Founders' Day Tea. secretary, Mrs. Louis Porter, takes notes.
Page 19 text:
the training as
ie group. Often
a friendly card
tance of team-
Kiser, Ann Willis,
is Clark, Iean Shei-
ning, Shirley Iacob,
Iantrell, Carol Beebe,
Asher, Miss Bigger-
'ishelh ludy Shelton,
el Dodson, Connie
', Eddie Iane Butler,
' Perriman, Norma
Betty Friend, Felisa
Simone, Norma En-
ison, Shirley Mc-
idrickson, Dale An-
Keith Hall, Thomas
e' Taylor, Louise Mc-
ungton, Betty Kaye
n, Frances Roe, Mr.
Cangelose, Pat Aus-
I Hutchins, La Verle
h, Io Ranallo.
Henry Langley, Ir.,
valton, Elvin Dalton,
, Richard Wright, El-
lall, David Schwenk,
Rage, Rollie Rice,
Day, Thurston Holi-
rl, David Muza, Don-
rns, Richard Rodgers,
'n1ce, Bob Hanes.
107 MR. KUNZ
BACK ROW: Bernie Adams, Carl Pace,
Norman Duke, Leroy O'Connell, Harold
Osburn, Arnold Adams, Joseph Strahan,
MIDDLE ROW: Bill La Fevers, Earl Ekman,
Frances Lucito, Leila Reisinger, Helen
Rhodelander, Ronald Perry, Don Herrick,
FRONT ROW: Dorothy Kessinger, Lenora
Cessor, Otis Clark, Melva McCray. Tom
Purcell, Ray Riggin, George Stitziel, Leon-
110 MRS. HENSLEY
BACK ROW: Frances Groshong, Pat Hake,
Kay Pott, Mary Margaret Castleman, Pat
Abston, Mary Ann Marriott, Beverly S.
Tapp, Barbara Ralston, Mrs. Hensley.
FOURTH ROW: Phyllis Tryon, Pat Dearmont,
Myrna Williams, Eilene Coen, Ida Derstler,
Myrtle Parker, Mae Holt, Barbara Hardie,
Iune Holloway, Iune Annis.
THIRD ROW: Patricia Howes, Barbara Bach-
man, Marilyn Carpenter, Margaret Hag-
gard, Ianice McGowan, Evelyn Forbes,
Ioann Hedrick, Delores Tumlinson, An-
SECOND ROW: Shirley McGowan, Bonnie
Roe, Phyllis Arenson, Gayle Stevenson,
Barbara Pippenger, JoAnne Babler, Sue
Renne, Loretta Brandes, Clara Clark, Bea
FRONT ROW: Sybil Bouyear, Betty Swafford,
Josephine Fultz, Iudy Fats, Marie Jenkins,
Beverly Peterson, Edith Epps, Letha Park-
son, Patricia Chrisman, Veva Decker.
112 MR. SIMS
BACK ROW: Dennis Overbay, Dale Hodges,
Devier Hamilton, Kent Zornes, Lawrence
Phillips, Mr. Sims.
MIDDLE ROW: Bob Baxter, Richard Harring-
ton, William Ashworth, Ioe Blankenship,
Danny Rodriguez, Bob Stokes, Iohn Becker.
FRONT ROW: Kenneth Morris, Charles Wil-
son, Iohn Rinehart, Richard Hoedl, Roy
Hamblin, Iames Frazell, Lloyd Carpenter.
201 MR. IOHNSON
BACK ROW: Paul Guarino, Henry Diller,
Don Vandeventer, Fred Lewis, Wayne
Leslie, Gene Naylor, Ierry Finney, Bill
THIRD ROW: David Buse, Bill Scott, Tom
Payne, Iohn Thomas, Thomas Riddle, Iohn-
nie Garrison, Iack McLanahan, Gerald Kil-
gore, Don Tosti.
SECOND ROW: Marion Ault, Shirley But-
ters, DeeAnn Farrington, Dorothy Peterson,
Elaine Shelley, Atley Lewis, Margaret
Bandy, Ianice Thomas, Mr. Iohnson.
FRONT ROW: Ruth Albertson, Marian Shu-
bert, Bonnie Mulnix, Georgia Coler, Beryl
Niblock, Opal Hazlett, Henry Lohrengel,
Alice Pruitt, Eugene Smith.
202 MR. REESE
BACK ROW: Merlin Bickford, Victor Ste-
phens, Charles DeHart, Gary Argo, Wal-
lace Miller, Bill Foster, Don Pitt, Leo Gar-
cia, Mr. Reese.
THIRD ROW: Iames Iacobson, Ierry Wilson,
Iohn Neiderland, Bob Webb, Iimmy Kil-
groe, Iim Kesler, Iack Nelson, Kenneth
Young, Donald Thomason.
SECOND ROW: Mary Sanell, Bill Smith, Tom
Latta, Frankie Spina, Ioan Thomason, Ray
Duncan, Frank Vochatzer, Billy Gorman,
FRONT ROW: David Owen, Barbara Patrick,
Iohn Hendrix, Mona Faye Burgett, Vincent
Burgio, Frank Corsentino, Fern Webb,
Mary Anderson, Carrie Ann Maggio.
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