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Page 11 text:
During the school year the student government of R U H S has pro-
gressed under the leadership of Mr M E Larlve the faculty and the
The maln student body governing agency IS the student councll which
meets regularly every two weeks This councll IS composed of SIX student
body offlcers and two representatives from each class It IS the duty of
the councll to d1SCUSS and make declslons on all affairs whlch are brought
to lt and represent the arguments of the students on any matters that
arlse A student IS free to brlng new ideas to the COUHCII at any time The
minutes of the meetings are read at the student body meetlngs so that
everyone knows what takes place ln the council This year the council has
functioned better than ever before Through 1tS efforts the doors of the
school bulldlng were opened before 8 45 and 12 45 Students were glven
a longer time between classes to go to lockers and exchange assemblies
were arranged between Prlnevllle Bend Madras and Redmond National
Assemblies were also brought for the entertainment of the students
Each student body officer has hlS special Job to do The president IS
ln charge of all student body and councll meetlngs To take over ln case
of the president s absence IS the vlce president The secretary takes the
minutes of the meetings and attends to all news by correspondents The
larger lob of taking care of the flnanclal status of the student body and
1tS organizations IS handled by the treasurer The yell leaders lnsplre good
sportsmanshlp and falr play among the students
This year the student body has sponsored several actlvltles A carnival
went toward the necessary fund of starting a book rental system next
year This vllll make lt possible for a student to rent each book for 75
cents During the summer a turf was grown on the football fleld and to
lmproxe the field further a fund was started for football lights Wrestling
matches were sponsored to secure money for this fund A large football
and basketball season was played by our teams To top the athletic ew ents
the dlstrlct basketball tournament was held ln the gymnasium Manx suc
cessful dances were held for the student body
Yes the student gox 91 llmellt has progressed thls veal llld the class of
46 wishes lots of luck to the students IH calrxlng out tutule plans fol
fulthel extending student gox 91 nment 1Ct1Yltl9N
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SITTING: Janice Davis. Norman Weigand.
Elwood Young. Verna Miller
STANDING: Phyllis Gilbert. Shelia Co-
show. Maurice Leighton, Lois McCaf-
fery. Doris Chase. Roberta Donahue.
Phil Weigand. Bob Magnuson, Harold
Doty, Ray Ayres. Joe Mansfield. Jim
Cox. Pat VVenke.
INSET: Richard Kribs. president.
SITTING: Elwood Young, vice-president:
Janice Davis. secretary: Verna Miller.
treasurer: Norman Weigand. sergeant-
STANDING: LaRae Sabin. Juniper editor:
Dolores Thornton. Panther Scratches
The school year of '45-'46 has seen many new things come
into being for the school. '
The greater co-operation of students has helped increase
responsibility of student government.
One of the greatest pleasures was the opening and use of
the new and magnificent gym.
I want to thank my fellow officers for the major part they
have played in making the school year a success.
The student council is representative of our school govern-
ment. Each class elects two council members to represent it
in all matters that are brought up in council meetings.
The student body elects officers of the council. Officers
this year were as follows:
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
Richard Kribs . . President . .... .. . Richard Kribs
Bill Short .. .. . Vice-President , Elwood Young
Janice Davis Secretary . , . . Janice Davis
Verna Miller ........ Treasurer Verna Miller
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