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12 YEAR STUDENTS: lst row, left to right--Gene Whitelock, Marcia Moore,
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QUILL AND SCROLL: Standing, left
to right--Elaine Fish, Dale Allen,
Sherill Person, Jimmy Veitl, Mr.
Quill and Scroll, an international
honorary society for high school jour-
nalists, organized April 10, 1926, be-
gan its life under Mr. George Gal-
lup's direction and continues at its
Northwestern University headquarters
under Mr. Edward Nell.
The stiff requirernents for member-
ship make Quill and Scroll pins high-
ly prized. The journalists must be of
junior, senior, or post graduate class-
ification, in the upper third of their
class scholastically, must have done
superior journalistic work, be re-
commended by their adviser, and be
approved by the Executive Secretary
of the Society.
DRAMATIC CLUB: Seated, left to
right--Connie Iv1cCarro1l, Judy Cleve-
land, Lois Pringle. Standing, left to
right--Jeannie Pigney, .Tolyn Kimble,
Marjorie Bell, Carolyn Jacobson, Eu-
Members of this club meet on
Wednesdays for training in dramatic
technique and make-up.
N.F.L.: lst row--Pat Williamson.
Znd row--Jeanne Cleveland, Sherill
Person. 3rd row--Joanna Frances-
cato, LaRee Redinger, Miss Edson,
Elaine Fish, Marlyne Kuykendall,
4th row--Floyd lwan.
The purpose of the Nationa.1 Forensic
League is to develop interest and
participation in public speaking. This
includes all phases of speech work
such as declamation, debate, extemp,
oratory, and discussion. Students
may work for four degrees beginning
with the Degree of Merit and ending
with a Degree of Distinction. This
system represents recognition of
achievement for those interested in
speech field, and trains for leader- '51
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