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Page 48 text:
BACK: Goodgame, Lynn. Guest, Wood. FRONT: Fulks. Tucker. McNeiL Needham. CENTER: Mr. Coor, Frost. Palmer. Chappie. Templeton, Garcia. Boys ' Alliance Makes Progress WE WERE ON HAND at the boys ' meetings also, and so we know that definite progress has been made in the establishment of the Litchfield Boys ' Alliance as a club that has for its aim the guidance and character building of all boys in the school. Following the elections in September of members from each class to the Council, this group planned for the year a varied program which included films on personality and talks on various phases of character building and etiquette. The club ' s social highlight of the school year was the Boys ' Alliance first formal dance, the Wild Harvest. This was held in the Community Hall where the students danced amid colorful autumn decorations aid to the rhythm of delightful music. To wind up the year ' s activities, the members of the Alliance selected four softball teams for intramural competition. In all its planning, the Boys ' Alliance Council has had the thought in mind that, " It is better to build boys than to mend men. " This year ' s officers included: President Bill Lynn Vice President Kenneth Wood Secretary George Templeton Treasurer Vernon Frost Sponsor Mr. C. Coor C44)
Page 47 text:
Council Plans Activities For Girls ' League EACH WEDNESDAY MORNING that the Girls League met, several of us raced to the study hall and hid under the front seats. We enjoyed with the girls the numerous guest speakers who were both entertaining and instructive. Also we were at the Council meetings. The Council is the planning group for the larger organization and is composed of representatives from each class. The new Girls ' League constitution written by Millie Groulx and Lavina Sowers was formally adopted in September and immediately put into effect. Activities engaged in this year by the Girls ' League were the all-girl party, " Harvest Hello; " the sponsoring of aftergame dances; and the big project of the year, the Winter Fantasy. L. H. S. was well represented at all state conventions; and on April 29, Miss Mor- tensen, Lavina Sowers, Wanda Damron, Crystal Armstrong, and Toby Peterson attended the California-Arizona Girls ' League Convention. Girls ' League officers for 1948-49 were: President Lavina Sowers Vice President Harriette Hansel Secretary Leone Sheppard Treasurer - Crystal Armstrong Sponsor Miss Alta Mortensen STANDING: Sowers. Sheppard. S. Allen, Miss Mortensen, Damron, O. Allen. Hansel. Armstrong. SEATED: Belluizi. Brinker, Groulx, Henry, Garcia, Rivera. (43)
Page 49 text:
Girls Learn To Become Homemakers SLIPPING IN UNNOTICED, we attended many of the F.H.A. meetings and watched the girls demonstrate their ability to become tomorrow ' s homemakers. An impressive exhibit illustrat- ing the way the club prepares its members for careers in America ' s future was sent to the Arizona State Fair. Under the leadership of Joanne Johns, president; Betty Ann Couch, vice president; La Nell Henry, secretary; Doris Snydal, treasurer; and Miss Alta Mortensen, sponsor, much has been accomplished by the active members of the Litchfield F.H.A. chapter during the 1948-49 school year. These achievements have been depicted on a bulletin board — the result of the combined talents of the club members. Every girl feels deeply the significance of the F.H.A. creed: We are the Future Homemakers of America We face the future with warm courage, And high hope. For we have the clear consciousness of seeking Old and precious values. For we are the builders of homes, Homes for America ' s future. Homes where living will be the expression of everything That is good and fair. Homes where truth and love and security and faith Will be realities, not dreams. We are the Future Homemakers of America We face the future with warm courage And high hope. STANDING: Swenson, Ehemann, Cox, Sanders, Hancock, Henry, Robinson. Wallick, Crosley, Johns, Miss Mortenson. SEATED: Duncan, Rivera. Couch, Allen, Mernaqh. Snydal, Carney. (45)
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