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Page 28 text:
The Blue and Gold staff has attemped to bind to-
getherin this book the pleasant memories of the school
year-memories to treasure in years to come. Members
of the staff are Darlene Rohrssen, Nancy Garrison,
JimAnderson, PhyllisGenz, Judy Junge, Bill Hopkins,
Sharon Hinch, Bruce O'Connell, Barb Kranwinkle,
Bob Weiss, Bill Anderson, Beverly Way. Mrs. Hoke
is the sponsor. The Aikin studio and Mr. Mades took
the pictures, and Mrs. Van Arsdale was the art adviser.
The "Scoop" staff, sponsored by Miss Dunn, meets
each Wednesday noon to prepared the paper for monthly
publication. Activities during the year included the
Christmas dance, a trip through a business firm fol-
lowed by o luncheon where letters were awarded to
ninth grade members, a Valentine party, anda theater
party. Barb Kranwinkle was the editor, Lyle Herschlag
was feature editor, and sports editor was Bill Streit.
Wendy Withers, a member of the staff, was ill when
the picture was taken.
Page 27 text:
FIRST ROW: Charmayne Engstrom, Nancy Vollman, Judy Jenkins, Diane Whipple, Judy Bedwell, Bob Edwards,
Herb Windau, Nancy Grant, Nancy Garrison, Darlene Rohrssen, Andy Schlaetli, John Emrich. SECOND ROW: Tom
Wright, Larry Mades, Sandra Schult, Mary Anne Tait, Ardis Stuart, Martha Cirrincione, Jeanette Neitzke, Phyllis
Genz, Arlene Holmquist, Phyllis Van Buren, Harold Christiansen, Gary Fairchild. THIRD ROW: Art Ludwig, Bill
Hayward, Bernard Thiel, Bill Anderson, Ron Versluys, Joe Tait, Peter Hartman, Donna Lagerstrom, Peggy Em-
rich, Lee Swanson, Alan Fishman, Cecil Holtz.
Mrs. Marge Radloff sponsors the Speech Club which numbers one hundred twenty'
students. The club activities for the year have been many and varied. The annual
initiation party was held in the fall at which a circus theme was featured. At
Thanksgiving, the club presented an assembly program of one-act plays and at
Christmas took an important part in the Cantata. The January-Jig, all school dance,
was a club activity in January while the annual Fun-Frolics were held in February.
The One-Act plays and the Chicago trip were big events of the spring season. The
club also presented radio programs and performances for the public.
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Page 29 text:
HOME RO0M REPRE E TATIVE
The nineteen stud ents who represent the
homerooms at Abbott help infinancing and
sales of the yearbook, supervise the annual
magazine drive, and sponsor other projects
Cl'-Jfifig the year. One such proiect this year
was the clothing for Europe drive.
Meetings of the group are held
homeroom periods and noon hours
blems which relate to the welfare of
school are common topics of di
Mr. Mades is the adviser.
SEATED: Nancy Garrison, Nancy Connell,
Leonard Leetzow, Jacqueline Rockwell,
Tom Grant, Ioan Richards, Pat Salisbury,
Nan Watson, Roger Burnidge , Charles
Burnidge, Sandra Hankins, Mr. Mades, ad-
viser. STANDING: Gary Fairchild, Larry
Christiansen, Frank Van Buren, Don Han-
son, Jack Sunderlage, Sam Corapi, Gene
Walz and Gordon Banwart, also repre-
sentatives, were absent when picture was
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