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,
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