PHS Class of 1953





National Honor Society









One of the highest honors a Plant student can receive is that of being chosen a member of the National Honor Society. The most outstanding students are selected by the faculty. The students should excel in character, leadership, scholarship and service. These qualities are considered in selection of members. Members are inducted in a traditional candlelight ceremony before the student body. Until the names are called, no one knows who the new members will be.

The Honor Society issues congratulatory slips to students on the honor roll at the end each six weeks. This practice encourages high scholastic standards by reminding students that school is aware of their good work.

The club installed a loud speaker system in the auditorium as one of the projects for the year. Their Skit took second place in Panther Prowl.

OFFICERS
President...........................Henry Snead
Vice President.....................Ann Einbinder
Recording Secretary..................Ann Kelton
Corresponding Secretary........Connie Felicione
Treasurer............................Carol Jones
Historian................................Ed Stein
Sponsor.....................Miss Lucille Stansell



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