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"Teacher, please help me thread my needle",
or "Is this how you measure a half-teaspoon,
teacher?" Having a ten year old girl look up at
you and say those words, or ones like them was
probably hard for most Davisites to imagine. But
to the forty-three girls of the GI RL'S CLUB VOL-
UNTEERS it was all in a day's work.
Of course at first when someone called them
"teacher" it was a little strange. But after a very
few weeks, those girls, who each spent one after-
noon a week at the Girls' Club, began to feel al-
most like teachers land found themselves liking
the feeling, tool. Besides cooking and sewing,
the girls also had dancing, library, drawing, and
music groups. They played the piano, and helped
make pot-holders and the like, out of seemingly
useless scraps. They mended wounded rag-dolls,
and often a mild case of wounded feelings. They
dropped helpful hints on how to do the newest
rumba steps, and also how to keep cramped
kitchens neat and clean. And when an irate
youngster came running up exclaiming that
"Mary's trying to do all the work herself,
teacher," well, to one of the Girls' Club Volun-
teers, it was all in a day's work.
GIRLS' CLUB VOLUNTEERS lTopI
Row I: I. I-label, j. Steinberg, j. Mayo, j. Colnes, M. Bur-
ton, j. Gaines, P. Kasenetz, j. Tweedell, E. Forster, A. Stern
j. Barnett, B. Fairstein, Row 2: P. Whalen, M. Mastrandrea,
D. Ceva, C. Waechter, L. Ceva, I. Robinson, S. Doshay, E.
Tiberg, B. Bergman, B. Tucker, j. Levine, B. Loudenslager,
T. Twiggs, Row 3: L. Lupo, Mrs. Mac Donald, R. Puccio, N.
Reinhardt, M. lmpagliazzo, M. Caputo, R. Weiss, I-I. Aurisy,
A, Picone, M. Sinagra, j. Carlson, A. Covell, R. I-Iudes, F,
Ambrosino, L. Klein, C. Griswold, P. Warshaw
Charm, personality, hospitality, and good
grooming weren't just abstract words to the
Davis FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA.
The girls really worked at acquiring these graces.
Besides discussing them they gave a practical
demonstration in the form of a tea, and also
sponsored a school-wide fashion show of clothes
the girls had made themselves.
As for the results of all this activity-well, of
course some of them were noticeable right away,
but for the long range ones we just had to wait
until the Future I-Iomemakers really became the
homemakers of future America.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA iBeIowI
Row I :Miss Sherman, G. De Angelis, F. johnson, G, Cop-
pola, Row 2: M. Mulhern, G. Corcione, j. Swan, A. Marquez,
j, Bonner, G. jones, Row 3: I-I. Burns, A. Autieri, M. Dahnke,
E. jones, j. Ellis”