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Page 54 text:
CLUB of AMERICA
The William Lowe Bryan Chapter of
the national organization of the Future
Teachers of America is a club that has
recently been formed at Southport. Mrs.
Jessie Copsey is sponsor. Anyone in-
terested in teaching as a profession is
eligible for membership in the club.
The purpose of the club is to cultivate
a wider interest in teaching and present
to its members a true picture of all
types of teaching. The officers for the
year were: Jo Ann Elsea, President,
Carolyn Nierman, Vice-President, Bertha
Davidson, Secretary-Treasurer, and Ja-
net Aufderheide, Program Chairman.
PACE and CIIAPTEIR CLUB
Organized in l948, the Page and
Chapter Club has grown to over 55
members, This club, under the sponsor-
ship of Mrs. Betty Walsman, discusses
many types of literature including plays,
movies, magazines and dramatic read-
ings. Included this year were talks on
Alaska, Germany, France, and many
foreign countries. Officers are: Charlene
Shay, President, Don Jones, Vice-Presi-
dent and Program Chairman, and Bar-
bara Hibner, Secretary-Treasurer.
The charter members of the Social
Club are the seniors of l952, who were
the first freshmen to have any club in
Under the sponsorship of Mrs, Eleanor
Guyer and Mrs. Betty Stevens they have
the opportunity to participate in folk
and ballroom dancing, to learn etiquette
for class parties, dates, dances, and
dining. l-larry Thompson is president,
Stanton Pearle is vice-president, Pat
Young is secretary-treasurer, and Linda
Ulrey is program-chairman.
Talking together are the Senors and
Senoritas of the Spanish Club. They
study conversation during their meetings
under the capable leadership of Mrs.
Rosalind Meek, Spanish teacher. Bob
Weddle is President while Phil George
is Vice-President and Jane Nelson,
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One of the largest organizations in the school for girls is the
Senior-ority. Underclassmen girls look forward to the time when they
will be eligible for membership and may take part in the interesting
meetings. Senior-ority officers are shown here as they appeared at one
of the meetings,
A group of teachers' secretaries are shown here as they go about
some of their duties. The secretaries' chief occupations are to run
errands for the teachers, type tests, and run off stencils.
Page 55 text:
One of the activities conducted by
the Hi-Y this year was the paper drive
held in the fall.
A very active hobby club is the
Model Club, sponsored by Mr. Ray Lin-
son. The boys in this group use their
leisure time to build and work various
kinds of models. They trade experiences
during their club meetings.
Through thick and thin, rain or snow,
they're on the job. Yes, our faithful
traffic boys are the ones we should
really thank, because of all the trying
times they go through at every home
game. Have you ever tried to direct
people where to park their cars? lf not,
ask either Marlin Patterson or Bob
Royalty, Captains of the two squads,
they have had plenty of experience,
JUNIOR RED CROSS
An organization whose theme is
service is the Junior Red Cross. This
group collects money from the student
body and uses it to buy small articles
to fill boxes for the needy of Europe
and Asia. Jr. Red Cross members also
serve in the Blood Center maintained
by the Red Cross.
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