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Page 38 text:
Mr. Swiedarke points out the proper
way to rewind film to his interested pro-
jection club members . The club which met
every two weeks had twe nty-one members .
They learned to operate projection and
filmstrip machines and aided inclassroom
presentation of films.
President ....... . . Ken Hansen
Vice-President . . . . Andy Schaus
Secretary. . . . . Bill Winchester
Boys in clothing classes learned to sew
by machine and to model their handiwork
Qgay aprons, of coursei while Miss Kasten
Students who were lucky winners of
Elgin watches, pen and pencil sets, and
roller skatesin the drawing for high sales-
men in the magazine subscription drive
were: Joe Giambelluca, Bill Scarritt,
Mary J. Holtz, Sharon Tucker, Keith
Rockensock, Phyllis Van Buren, and Floyd
Some of the most pleasant associations
of school life are the informal. Seen in a
typical "huddle" arounda locker are these
boys discussing - teachers? football? -
Page 37 text:
The library assistants, under the super-
vision of Miss Nelson, our librarian, aided
in the distribution of books and materials
in our library. STANDING: Nancy Zick-
uhr, Martha West, Peg Emrich, Janice
Turner, Nancy Soderberg, Geraldine
Perry, Kathryn Devereaux, Eileen Graff,
Philip Rocker, Alan Templin, Lee Sparks,
Chuck Schroeder. SEATED:Judy Bedwell,
Nancy Garrison, Tim Hofflander.
Girls who assisted in the attendance
office during the year were: SEATED: Rita
Cox, Judy Junge, Martha Cirrincione,
STANDING: Pat Carey, Gail Andrews,
Artis Stewart, JoAnne Crawford, Sandra
Swain, Sally Krahn.
Officers of the Junior Red Cross, under
the sponsorship of Mrs. Ward, are pictured
packing gift boxes which were sent to
children of war-ravaged countries. Other
activities of the year included.sending of
cartoon books to verteran hospitals anda
program presented in the fall at the Old
President ..... . . Darlene Rohrsen
Vice-President . . . . . Bill Hopkins
Secretary . . . . . . Lois Westwood
Treasurer . . . . . Bernard Thiel
The hall monitors, under the direction
of Mr. Wright, helped supervise the halls,
study rooms, and recreation rooms during
the noon hour. STANDING: fleft to rightl
Marilyn Wiese, Joyce Johnson, Mr.
Wright, Donna Lagerstrom, Sheila Kee-
gan, Joyce Baseman, Carol DeWoIf,
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Two faithful and well-known men
around our school are Mr. Ehlert and Mr.
Beyer. They spend many hourskeeping our
building the neat and attractive one that
it is, both inside and out.
Abbott Junior High is proud of its cheer-
leaders. Under their direction the student
body and Fans were led in cheering, pro-
moting good sportsmanship and enthusiastic
support at our games. There's one cheer-
leader you didn't see down in front at
games, but she was always behind the
scenes with her assistance and helpful
advice - Miss DeloresMcMillin, the spon-
sor. The ninth grade cheerleaders were
Marianne Fritz, Sandra Burbank, Pat Kap-
tain, Judy Greenwaldt, and Janice Turner.
Day in and day out during the school
year Mrs. Ballard and Mrs. Harris helped
prepare the delicious meals served in our
cafeteria . Hot meals were served to several
hundred students daily during the school
The eighth grade cheerleaders were
Ruth Martin, Carol Aurand, Pat Carey,
Jane Greenwaldt, Sandra Schramm, Pat
Barber, and Char Yarwood. They were on
hand atall the games and did an excellent
iob in cheering their teams to victory.
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