UNM Rates Pupils Tops
Highland speech students took four excellent ratings at the Annual University Speech Festival held April 3 and 4. They were: Gary Bruton, debate and extemporaneous speaking; John Williams, discussion, and Carolyn Montgomery, debate.
The two day festival included all New Mexico High schools. Students presented their contest entries on both Friday and Saturday with different judges on each day. Winners of excellent ceitificates were announced
at the Final Assembly on Saturday. Other ratings will be sent to the high schools at a later date. One of the highlights of the festival was a banquet held at the Mesa Vista Dorm on Friday evening.
Other Highland students who participated in the contest were: Martin Fry, Beth James, Bob Henderson, Dick Foster, Bob Rushmand and Reinhart Quelle
Top Highland Debaters
Three debate students out of 24 were selected from winning teams in the second annual speech tournament held at Highland High. Standing (left to right) are Beth James, John Beauchamp, John Williams, and Carolyn Montgomery, all of Highland High.
NOW PLAYING at Highland High School is "Berkeley Square." The three-act play will be staged again at 8 tonight and tomorrow night in the school's south gym. Two members of the cast receiving instructions from student director, Steven Bondy, right, are Wayne Pond, left, and Mike McCormick, center. Director is Miss Anne Shannon.
Highland Band Elects Officers
Highland Band officers, including Becky Bartlett,
secretary, and Joe Fry, president.
The Future Teachers of America unit at Highland High has chosen its officers for 1958-1959. Left to right are Joyce Weihb, historian; Jean Stapleton, vice president; Carolyn Montgomery, president; Carol Culbertson, secretary-treasurer, and Mary Maxson, corresponding secretary. The sponsor is Mrs. Clarissa Howard.
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