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I ' R O N T R O W : Pam Olt, Beth Rasmussen, Cathleen O Rourke. S E C O N D R O W : Becky Dow, Mr. Mojica,

Linda Halliday.

Spanish Club Provides Tule Atmosphere Spanish Club, sponsored by Mr. Jose Mojica has heen active this year, in spite o f its relatively small m em ber­ ship. O ne o f the m ain projects o f this club is to pu t up an d decorate the C hristm as tree in the high school lobby to help relay the Yuletide feeling o f m errim ent to all o f the stu d en t body. O th er projects o f this club include a sp rin g Pan A m erican Day d in n er an d the prom otion o f speaking the Spanish language. T h e Spanish Club also sponsored a dance to help prom ote the A m erican Field Service. T h e officers o f the Spanish Club are president, Cathy O ’R ourke; secretary, Beth Rasm ussen; and treasurer, Louis Mojica.

Margaret Wohiberg, Cathy O’Rourke, and Pam Ott concentrate on putting the lights on the tree.

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The decorated Christmas tree adorns the lobby o f the high school, filling it with the sentiments o f the season.

Linda H arper and Pam Ott climb to the top to decorate the Spanish Club tree.

Los Alamos Public School 1966 Yearbook  

Los Alamos Public School 1966 Yearbook

Los Alamos Public School 1966 Yearbook  

Los Alamos Public School 1966 Yearbook