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Student Counci rj rm I § _ i § }| ; ;; TTIj % J M ivjj jpp jKr JH j — ia» • 1 First row: Second row: Not shown: Iris Carper, Barbara Manning, Margie King, Jo Dot Akers, Joan Fanning, Jo Ann Frost, Sara Gregory, Ezma Lea King, Evelyn Ward. Philip Marshall, Jimmy Mabry, Doug Smith, Betty Jo Chaffin, Betty Gay Umberger, Margaret Gregory, Betty Beamer, Barbara Hudson, Marie Leftwich, Mrs. Totten, Sponsor; David Conner, Tommy Snead, Temple Painter. Larry Sanders. Officers elected by the Student Body President JOAN FANNING Vice-President JO ANN FROST Sponsor Officers elected by the Council Secretary JO DOT AKERS Treasurer MARGIE KING MRS. J. C. TOTTEN HE STUDENT COUNCIL is a strong and active organization which makes our school more democratic through student participation. All club presidents, class presidents and students from the 6th and 7th grades are represented. Some of the activities the council sponsored directly are: Homecoming parade; dedi- cation of plagues to the memory of former teachers; use of the public address system at games; religious assemblies; aid to the Salvation Army and Welfare Department by filling Christmas stockings and collecting toys; tuning of pianos and buying records; a party for the Freshmen; Christmas cards to former students now in service; March of Dimes; Talent Show; and the Farmer ' s Ball. Indirectly, the Council has shifted responsibilities to different groups and organizations such as having the Freshman Class support the campaign for safety for Thanksgiving Holidays, Sophomore Class Campaign for reducing tardies, with prizes given the winners by the Council, the Junior Class directed Stunt Day, Junior Hi-Y accepted responsibility of the flag, clubs decorated the bulletin board by turns, arranged assemblies to promote better sportsmanship, clean-up week, and at the suggestion of the Council, the Beta Club presented a new flag. Student-Faculty co-operation influenced greatly the success of this organization. eight
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