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West High By GWEN MANLEY West High welcomes three ad ditional faculty members, Mrs Marjorie Benson and Mack T. Barnet of the Social Studies De partment, and Rudolph McCul- McCul- ley of the Physical Education Department. We would also like to wel come our student-teachers student-teachers student-teachers Miss Shirley Whitmore, whose major is mathematics and Rochelle Brown who is majoring in Health and Physical Education. Both are seniors at Lane. We are happy to know that Miss Taylor, Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Helen DeBerry and Mr. Spicer, who are members of the faculty, have recovered from their colds and the flu and are back in school with us. Many of our students have been absent for the same reason. The Charm Clinic held at West High February 6 and 7 was a great success according to the reaction of the students and the report from the Evaluation Evaluation Committee. Miss Celestine White of the j ! Current on Campus-. Campus-. Campus-. "Miss Personality" of West High. Miss White merited this crown by her great dramatical version of "The Tell-Tale Tell-Tale Tell-Tale Heart" by Edgar Allen Poe. Peggy Flournoy, a sophomore, won second place with her impersonations impersonations of stage and screen stars; Miss Gaither Atwater of the Senior Class won the third honor with her fine interpretation interpretation of "The Wreck of the Hesperus" by Longfellow. The "Mr. Esquire" title was won by Larnell Bond, a member member of the Senior Class, with his vocal talents on "I Believe". Believe". The judges for the talent talent show were Mrs. Fannie Johnson and Miss Lurline Savage Savage of Merry High, and Mrs. Willie B. Rawls of Brownsville. There were several non-competitive non-competitive non-competitive non-competitive numbers which everyone everyone enjoyed. The "Satellites" a musical group under the direction direction of the Weaver Brothers, made quite a hit with the audience. audience. Their leading vocalists were Devon Weddle and Roy Butler. When Asiatic flue bedded professors professors at Bard College, N. Y., several upperclassmen took over teaching duties in the low er classes.