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First row: Mercedes Davidson, Helen Black. Second row: Mrs. Dobyns, Ruth Cummings, Ellen Eskridge, June Thompson, Don Duncan. Third row: Dick Miller, Bill Richardson, Paul Lewey. (Absent from picture: Alex Haller, Lois Kegley.) T he Nat ional Honor Society was organized this year. It consists of a group of students who maintain high standards of achievement in both studies and school activities throughout the year. Requirements for membership are that a student be a High Junior or Senior, that he have an average of B on all credit subjects, and that he have a minimum number of activity points. The Honor Society strives for enthusiasm in scholarship, worthy leadership, development of character and service for others. The Torch of Knowledge is the symbol of the Society and can be found on the attractive club pins. June Thompson was chosen to lead the group as President, and with the help of Lois Kegley as Vice-President; Mercedes Davidson as Secretary, and Ellen Eskridge as Treasurer; the club made its first year a successful one. Miss Dobyns was chosen their capable sponsor. PAGE THIRTY-NINE
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Firsi row: Jean Ann Gibson, Jacqueline Scott, Peggy Rhoades, Ellen Eskridge, June Thompson. Second row: Mr. Aust, Mary Catherine Pettyjohn, Tiny Austin, Bill Richardson, Selena Evens, Alex Haller, Ruth Cummings, Eleanor Hall, Margaret Brookman. Third row: Tommy Haller, Bobby Tester, Miss Bolt, Christy Whiteman, Donald Scott, Don Duncan, Paul Lewey, Dick Miller, Dorothy Crowell. (Absent when picture was made: Katheryn Clark, Helen Black.) ' ' nTARTING out as usual with an explosion of enthusiasm, the Student Council opened the new school year with its annual second-hand book exchange. Highly successful in its purpose of serving the school, the book exchange provided over five hundred students with second-hand books. Their Farmer ' s Ball will long be remembered as the peak of entertainment, for the whole student body participated in its success. With its president, chosen by the student body, and its other officers elected by the Council, the Student Council went on a non-stop program of school betterment. Bill Richard- son balanced the accounts, Ruth Cummings kept the minutes, Alex Haller brandished the gavel, and Selena Evens was their industrious vice-president. Composed of representatives from every home room and the presidents of all clubs, the group well-filled the shoes of a student body spokesman. It was its duty to discuss problems of school life and to recommend improvements in the school program. In this capacity its actions speak louder than words. The outstanding efficiency of its officers, the untiring cooperation of its different repre- sentatives, and the generous and capable guidance of its sponsor, Miss Clara Mae Bolt, have made possible the enormous success of this year ' s Student Council. PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT
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First row: Second row: Third row: Fourth row: Miss Bowers, Don Duncan, Ruth Cummings, Mr. Aust. Emerson Knapp, Helen Black, Carl Smith, Selena Evens. Dick Miller, Ellen Eskridge, Bruce Cartier, June Thompson. Margaret Watts, Alex Haller, Ben Lake Critzer, Bill Richardson. PAGE FORTY
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