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Page 122 text:
drill at sports events
Drilling, marching, perform-
ing in public, and learning about
the Army were all a part of the
NCO Club this year.
llllade up of 27 JROTC boys
between the rank of corporal and
sergeant major, the organization
During the year the group
marched at the Northside-
Southside football clashes,
appeared in the downtown Fort
Smith Christmas parade, and per-
formed at events in lVlountain-
burg and Subiaco.
lf a member of the NCO
Club could pass the color guard
NCO members who pass the color
guard entrance test show
pride in their country and corps by
presenting the flags at the
beginning of the Hot Springs basket-
118 NCO Club
entrancefboard and various other
tests, he was allowed to join the
color guard. This group presented
a flag ceremony at the beginning
of certain football and basketball
games during the year.
This group did more than
just perform. Members raised
money to finance activities with
projects such as the bottle drive
in the spring. As a climax to the
year, the NCO Club had its
annual military ball in April.
As officers, the members
chose: Tom Shone lpresidentlp
John Ross lvice-presidentlg and
Rick Hines lsecretary-treasurerl.
JROTC sponsors Gail Riser, Cynthia Bell,
Sharon Rhinehart, Josephine
Haskins, Pam Rieder, and Shelia Son-
nier perform in Mountainburg.
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Strains of "Vehicle"
were heard by JROTC band
Eddie Mathews and John
McAnally as they audition groups for
FFICE RS CLUB: Bottom Row-Maledon, Lowder, Alexander, Wise, Williamsj Top Row-Woodland, fha mmt9fV ball- Ste?
ell, Haskins, Rhinehart, Sonnier, Riser, McOuain,' Hayes, Hoffman, Newton, Watson, Boone H'10'B1ffHf7 Danfelsf mem'
econd Flow-Botteicher, McAnally, Mathews, Lowrey, Reedlf, Clfff0f7- bers of the Wmnmg
membership in e JROTC Parent's Club
of Johnson-Sayers Photo Shop. A
Newton displays one of the certificates sold to Mr. George Hayes, man-
band, tryout before the committee.
sponsor military ball
Crossed sabers forming an
arch marked the entrance to the
annual JROTC military banquet
and ball held on the night of
April 30 at the UCT Hall.
Cadets and their dates ate at
a formal dinner and later danced
to the music of "Green River
Ordinance," a local band.
The purpose of the event was
to show cadets the social aspects
of military life. lVlrs. Gordon
lVlcOuain, former WAC and
Parent Club member, helped in
planning the evening along with
various committees made up of
During the year, officers
joined other cadets in selling
honorary memberships to local
business firms. These certificates,
purchased through donations,
were sold in order to increase
membership in the Parent's Club.
Officers Club 1 17
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Inspection is an
routine for NCO
preparing them for
future in the army.
Ross Watson checks
mon 3 knowledge
of the im-
guns and their
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NCO CLUB: Bottom row-Sanders,
Bottenhofi' Second row-
Hines, Storeyf Third row- Smith,
Olsen,' Fourth row-Kellogg, Stanley,
Top row-Khilling, Ross, Putman.
NCO Club 779
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