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Page 170 text:
RAH, RAH, RAH, Smiling brightly for the camera are the Pep Club officers: Lisa Walgren, Vice-President; Nancy Sheets, Secretary; Jackie Arn- old, Treasurer; and S a 11 i e Knanishu, President. Pep Club cabinet members reflect the exuberant spirit of the club. They are, seated, Jane Ohlweiler, Glenda McKee, Sugar Thomas, Georgia Booras, Julie Hollingsworth, and Ruth Coffin. Standing,- Susie Metternick, j Whitmore, Sally Knanishu, Karen Karmen, Pam Peterson, Carol Bolte, Nancy Sheets, and Elaine Phillips.
Page 169 text:
JOURNALISTS AND GOOD CITIZENS HONORED Members of Quill and Scroll chosen in 1963 are, Standing, Nancy Bolte, Lynne Kruse. Kathy Schorpp, Linda Dittman, Cindy Johnson, Mary Yeocum, Sallie Knanishu, Pam Peterson, and Diane Duytchhaever. Seated, James Brittendahl, Gary Kramer, and Thomas Barton. C. Accordinpr to the International Con¬ stitution, members of Quill and Scroll must be chosen from the students in the high school who, at the time of their election are of senior classification, in the upper third of their class in general scholastic standing, and have done superior work in some phase of journal¬ ism or school publications work. They must also be recommended by the super¬ visor governing publications and by the Executive Secretary of the Society. The aim of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Sons of the American Revolution in their project of awarding good citizenship medals to the outstanding .senior boy and girl is to build youthful characteristics and to call attention to those qualities which are desirable in good citizens. These qualifications include dependability- truthfulness, honesty, punctuality, serv¬ ice-co-operation, helpfulness, responsi¬ bility, leadership-personality, self-con¬ trol, initiative, patriotism-unselfishness, and loyalty to the American ideals. Posing next to the symbol of American democracy are James Teros, SAR winner, and Ruth Coffin, DAR winner.
Page 171 text:
PEP CLUB’S ON THE BALL Members of the Pep Club rise to give a cheer for Rocky’s basketball team at the end of the quarter. 167
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