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Page 12 text:
We Serve West,
Clary Olmstead and Hilary Harrington pass
through the festive entrance at "Bel1es and Beaux".
the senior class party.
Seniors chat with friends on
Dress-Up Day about the
Christmas aud and coming
Student life at Yvest High is not confined to
class periods. Departmental clubs go a step be-
yond the classroom . . . history, math and home
economics clubs stimulate interest in school sub-
jects. Publications develop the student's creativity
and ability to work with others . . . Westward Ho,
and High Times record the life and talents that
are West High. Many organizations contribute
to a smoother running and happier West . . .
N.l-l.S. and the I-li-Y keep the school grounds
clean, Pep Club promotes school spirit, and Stu-
dent Senate creates harmony between the student
body and the faculty. l-lomesoming, Grad Dance,
basketball mixers, and the lunch hour provide the
proper atmosphere for fun, relaxation, and a
chance to know others better. All these things
combine with formal education to complete a stu-
dentis preparation for the future.
Page 11 text:
to Diseocvevz to Learn in Varied F ields.
Chuck Hovey and Dick Sims run off a printing "job" in
Education is the foundation upon
which West I-ligh School stands. It is the
primary function and the foremost goal
of the school. Yet, how can education
be deflned? A description is more mean-
ingful than a definition. Education is the
accumulation of knowledge within a hu-
man mind. It endows a man with oppor-
tunities and abilities. Education is a pass-
port to individual freedom. It is an
integral part of complete living. It dis-
tinguishes man from animal and winner
from loser. Because of education, oppor-
tunities are opened to students, through
an education, they have the ability to
capitalize on these open doors. Educa-
tion, the lcey to complete living and indi-
vidual freedom, is created at West.
Paul Grimstad and Nadine Amphlett test weights and pulleys under Mr.
De Iunq's observance.
Page 13 text:
We Participate in Her Varied Activities.
Ash High-Y members Don Bushnell. Ierry Smith, Norm
Christenson. and Doug Caperoon devote time and energy
to Regent Sweep.
Pep Club girls, posing as ilappers,
form chorus line while singing of
the inextinguishable West spirit
of the Roaring Twenties.
With ct vigorous swing of the but Mary Mar-
vin attempts to break Christmas pinata at
Spanish Club party.
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