Summer 1953 Mr Jack Truan swimming pool as part of Deming School summer activity program
GI not them lenders of is low- direct op- were voluntary direct been Albuquerque, were finance were 400 be Mexico In the Good OF Summer Time DEMING YOUTHS as -veil as adults have found recreation in the Demingr Schools summer activity program. Classes in arts and crafts baton twirling, tumbling as \vell as driver training, swimming, softball and nmsic arc included in the schedule. Shown here in the u p p t r right picture are three of the bo; * who kept busy in the arts and crafts class with leather work. They are i -i"t to right ("terry Fish, Arnold Ladwig r.nd Billy Packer. The upper picture is the municipal ,)ool which provides one sure method of beating the heat. Right are two of the little league players. A Hurley boy is trj ing to make it to third as Eddie Stevens waits for the throw. R. R. Lewis is program rector and is assisted by Tiny Perkins. di- Others assisting are Don Adcock, band, Ray Canady, swimming pool, Harry Cowell, little league. Rex Cross, softball, Jim Dines, crafts and swimming poo], George Ewan, driver training. Lou Fisher, swimming pool, Rusty Hofacket, tumbling, drum, strings, Leo Rein, arts and crafts, Joe Stell, little big league and city ieaj?ue, Jack Truan, swimming pool Â£/*Â£ and Mrs. Minnie Dee Weaver, vocal and piano.