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Under the supervision of Miss Hills, the art class kept themselves busy during the
year. Their greatest contribution to the school was the mural on sports, which is in the
hall. The mural shows the different sports played at the different seasons of the year. Stu-
dents responsible were: jean Allen. Jerry Jones. Marilyn Doelle, Marilyn Hargraves, Louise
Clark. and Margaret Reed,
Model villages were made by the fourth and fifth hour art classes. The students had
to draw a floor plan and picture, make a scale and then build their houses from these. Most
of the houses were made of cardboard and put on a large cardboard platform. They were
painted and cellophane was used for the windows. Cloth and cotton a.nd many other things
were used for grass. and twigs from trees to represent trees. Little pebbles were used for
rocks. These houses required two months of diligent work.
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The photography club is learning a great deal about taking and developing pictures.
They meet at the High School on Tuesday evening.
The club is under the direction of Mr. Ray Grambau and other members are: Left to
right, David Stuk, Pat Adar, Tom Studt, Claire Iohnson, Myron Scafe, Don Zimmerman,
Members of the debate club appearing from left to right on the top row are: Frances
Reaves, Barbara Purdy, jerry Saincome, Ioan Paine, and Ruby Fralin.
Members of the varsity debate club appearing from left to right on the bottom row are
Sherwood Ebey, Pat Maxwell, Jack White, and Ioyce Mayo. The last named were the actual
debaters with a very good rooting section from the remainder of the debate club.
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