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Page 27 text:
Cobweb Chasers and
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One thing that's nice about eating at school-
the dishes are done afterwards! Keeping the
kitchen spotless is a demanding task, which,
nevertheless, is done very well.
Mrs, Katherine Price, cafeteria manager, plans and prepares weekly menus,
orders supplies, and sees that all things Mfood-wisell run smoothly.
Besides the privilege of going to a school that's kept spie and span, Knight-
lunders ure also wt-ll lt-tl. latin-iiti Ynss. ,lt-ssie llnrsl. Wliilia Austin, ,luliu
Wallace, Amy Kirkland, Zelia lnwt-, Vera Cowan, Anna Seheck, Matilda
Tilly, lda Sebettk, lflizalieth llutlcr, Nettie Young are Nlrs. Pricels able as-
sistants, The modern kitchen expedites tasks.
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Those who keep Knightland a clean and safe place in which
to learn are Raymond Mayfield, James Keith, Harvey Craw
ford, llermley Simms, Roscoe Beaird, Landon Smith, front
rowg Sam Teague, Ivan Beeson, Ruth Riggle, S. C. Philpot,
Herman Phillips, Roy Bland.
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Keeping four blocks of corridors clean and Warm
and 2000 kids well fed is the goal and duty of the
custodians and cafeteria staff.
Under the direction of Mrs. Katherine Price,
supervisor of cafeteria, the staff prepares a variety
of menu selections serx ed during the five lunch peri-
ods each day.
Sixteen floormen. under the supervision of Mr.
Ivan Beeson and his assistant, llr. Sam Teague, clean
and maintain the school in Working condition all
through the year. The campus is kept up through the
summer months and linightlanders are proud of
their well-kept campus when visitors come.
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COIllll'l' Doussett SHl"lQ0Y
MRS, CORTEZ COPHER: Member, Teachers Courtesy Club,
OAHPER, Safety, Activity committees, sponsor, Court ,lestersg
Girls' HON Club. Summer activities included trip through the
MISS MARGARET DOUSSETT: Member, OAHPER, NAHPERg
sponsor, Court ,lestersg Girls' HO" Club. Summer activities in-
cluded working as senior recreation leader at McKinley Park.
NIR. CXRROLL SKIFISER: Nloniln-r. OAHPFR, NAHPFR:
Mr. Smelser continued working all through the summer.
Physical Education Offers a Break in the Day
Every hour of any day anyone who happens down cor-
ridors C and D can hear sounds of cracking bones, strain-
ing muscles and banging bodies of future athletes. Be-
cause of the fast pace of present day living: and the em-
phasis on academic work. students become bogged-down
and find it difficult to make time for physical exercise.
Quality Education extends beyond academic achieve-
ment to physical fitness. The physical education de-
partment offers the following courses: a regular activity
program for boys and girls, beginning sports, and ad-
vanced sports. modern dance. tumbling. and hygiene. ln-
tramurals are also very popular among Knights and
Ladies. lloys' athletic- program includes baseball. basket-
ball, cross country, football. golf, swimming, tennis, track
and wrestling. Advanced program for femmes is divided
into two classes. individual sports and team sports.
Coach Don Van Pool seems to say, "live been teaching these boys better than l thought
l had-that TO foot shot wasn't bad, Sonnyf,
... as- .f
Last summer the latest craze was
the trampoline center. NWCls Phys-
ical Fducation Department has its
own trampoline center. Pictured on
the trampoline are Florrie Hollo-
way and Sue Thomas.
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