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Page 175 text:
. . . with the grand prize winner . . .
During the school year many unusual
happenings occur. Most of them are unex-
pected and amusing as well as being un-
usual. Every student realizes that these hap-
penings lend a happy atmosphere to school
life in general. You can usually depend on
someone, somewhere to think of something
to add hilarity to the situation. One picture
is worth a thousand words in relating the
many happy memories the students have
had in their school life at WTHSA
and the club parties . . .
and we always had the crowded telephone booths
. . . and our cherished trophy case.
Page 174 text:
our comedians . . .
The glistening hall
. W , .f
. . . and our Science Fair . . .
People ancl Places
Make Memorable Year
. . . and the class lectures . . .
Page 176 text:
Trip Club Board
B. Petrucci, M. Haviland, R. Cook, R. Zilka, R. Newman,
J. Dawson, P. Heiple, L. Creighton, E. Taylor.
Tom MacAllister, president, Vivian Rusch, treasurer, Sally Faw-
Trip Club's Efforts
Make Mackinac A Reality
With the organization of the Trip Club in Jan-
uary of '58, the class of '59 took over the opera-
tion of the bookstore, giving them an opportunity
to earn money to finance their Senior trip to
Mackinac Island. Trip Club officers elected were
Tom McAllister, bookstore manager, Sally Faw-
cett, secretary, and Vivian Rusch, treasurer. Spon-
sors were Mr. Donald Arsen and Mr. Byron
To finance their trip, students sold magazine
subscriptions, making a profit of 51674.95 In
May of '58, orders for 5,017 boxes of Sanders'
candy were taken. Candy sales totaled Si 75595.
At Christmas, Sanders' candy was again sold,
making the class of '59 the first class to have
three money-making proiects.
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