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Page 15 text:
inhnsnn iuearilu registers late enmeis
A group of students arepictured at the right
registering with Miss Johnson, Miller registrar,
for another year at Roy Miller. The registrar's
office i s overflowing during the first few weeks
of school with students who arrived late.
Getting their schedules arranged to suit them
is a tiring task for Miss Johnson and her
guidance seeretaru tixes appointment
Beverly McCormick, secretary in the Gui-
dance office, ispictured at the right arranging
an appointment for a Miller boy with one of
the guidance counselors. Many students turn
to the counselors each day for advice and
help in the school work. They are especially
busy during the first weeks of school when
this shot was taken.
Mrs. Harris and Pat Harney are pic- George Wheeler center acts as mod- Jo Ann Irving, president of the Junior
tured putting mail in the teacher's erator on a Voice of Young America Red Cross announces the first meeting
boxes duringa homeroom period. program about the constitution Miller of the yea
and Ray students were on the panel
Page 14 text:
Don Meadows and Don Honeycutt
work with a stack of civics books
aiding Mr. Hoffman in his hectic iob
of checking out books at the begin-
ning of school.
students seek guidance un schedules
Miss Corinne Britt, guidance counselor,
is pictured at leftgiving some Miller students
help on their schedules, as the first week of
school gets under way. The guidance office
is open at all timesto studentsfor information
on subiects, credits, and college entrance.
Miss Britt is aided by Miss Jane Dominy and
Miss Cora Beth Johnson.
neuu humeruum sustem added this ueai
Homeroom was altered this year to a thirty
minute study period between first and sgcond
periods. This homeroom was devised to re
duce tardies and cuts and has worked sur-
prisingly well. lt's a shrewd student who
escapes the eagle-eyes of Mr. lrby and Mrs.
Pictured at the left is Rose Baxter filing
the absentee cards during the homeroom period,
crnid the rush and bewilderment of the first
week of school.
Miss Dominy and Mr. Hoffman smi- Full of pep and Spirit, Orpha Diaz
Iingly check on achievement test and Alice Reyna leave the gym after
given by the guidance office, as the the first Buc pep rally of the season.
poor student squirms in his chair.
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