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Several clauses were changed, the office of Critic was e-
liminated and three amendments were added. It is hoped that
with alterations made the Student Body can begin its work immedi-
ately at the opening of school next fall.
The delegates to the High Leaders Conference of last year
surely have contributed something to this school. The student
body ticket, known as the Garfield Plan, has provei1successful
for both last year and this year.
Finances for various activities have been cut down this
year but still the students have had a good time with the money
each activity received.
The first budget, prepared by a representative1co mittee
amounted to about six hundred dollars 1S60f2 but this has been
out down to about half the original amount. 1
Jane Caughey, elected Treasurer of the Student1Body by a
large vote in September, is the one responsible for1ticket sales
and the collection of the money from them. She has1sold approx-
imately sixty tickets this year and taken care of around four
hundred dollars. Mr. Weyermann kept a set of books1along with
Jane inorder to have a ndouble checkn.
When one purchased a ticket this year, one coufd attend the
seven basketball games, the parties, the banquets, the Junior and
Senior plays and the Picnic. In addition to these he received
the Hi Log, the Annual, benefits of the class dues nd associated
Student Body dues for one year. The total cost of lhese activi-
ties for one who had no ticket was 56.60 while those who bbughtf
onezreceixed all for 85.50. 'Salk about depressionl' Even in such
times very few business houses consider giving a 532 cut.
The school paper and the Annual have been financed by the
students this year at a very low cost. Mbst everyone liked the
paper which shows that cost has nothing to do with the quality.
All in all, even though the expenses have been cut greatly,
the students still feel that the Student Ticket is u good Wthingn
and hope it will be introduced again next year.
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551' out Before school closed last year the Students
C-X 'fx4 elected the officers for the oncoming yearL Many
3 candidates were nominated and a hot contest fol-
f X lowed, but at last the four officers were chosen:
I Quincy Carrell, Presidentg Alta Nickeson, Vice
Presidentg Jeanne Newell, Secretaryg and Iris
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that Iris was not returning to fill her positiong Thus an-
other battle raged, but Jane Caughey, a new girl, won with a
large majority vote.
When Basket-ball season approached the Yell Queen, Rosie
Heennan and the Yell King, Buster Werner, were selected.
The office of Critic was eliminated for it was felt by
the Constitutional Com ittee that the annual and Hi-Log could
review and criticize the programssatisfactorily,
This year's officers have proven themselves very capable
of not only conducting student body meetings but also of doing
their part as 'ex-officionmembers of committees. Each off-
icer has become a student leader and everyone feels they were
interested in their work. e
Three of these people will pass from the High this year
but the training they got from this leadership will pass with
them to help them in their life's work.
Even though the constitution was changed last year, this
year found it again the subject of thought and conversation in
High School. It was still incorrect and in need of alteration.
Superintendent Weyermann with Ouincy Carrell, Student
Body President, and several other students were called together
for the purpose of changing some of the articles of the con-
stitution to suit the needs of this year's student body.
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