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Page 101 text:
The newly formed Pep Club is a
very active organization. They have
pep rallies, cheer at the games, ad-
vertise the games and made the
posters the basketball team jumps
through at home games.
Row l: Margi Kodros, Earlene Stillcy,
Linda Cunningham, Gail Hack, Ianice
Barkley, Yvonne Anton, Mae Lookiebill.
Row 2: Alice Boedecker, Bev Gibbs, Diane
Lingenfelter, Chris Alexander, Gerry
Rousseau, Bette Lefler, Diane Hiller, ,Pat
Romano, Edna Perez. ludy Swiney,
Row 3: Norma Nolan, Ianet Dehner, Carol
Crawford, Linda Naugle, Gail Hilde-
brand, Nancy Murfin. lance Richey, Bar-
bara Lindsay, lean Romano, Beverly
Row 4: Marilyn Meyers, Iean Pensinger,
Marcella Unterbrink, Alice Whyres, Bar-
bara Schmidt, Susan Stobbs, Sue Mc-
Afoos, Karen Cooper, Sue Miller.
Row 5: Patsy Deucker. Sandra Storm, Sue
Willis, Sue Towse, Opal Winson, Sherry
Haggerty, Ann Geddes, Diann Bosnak.
Row 6: Bob Edsal, Ron Rain, Margaret
Wilson, Barbara Dickinson, Ann Kuhn,
The Camera Club is composed of
students who are interested in pho-
tography. During the year, the club
had a varied program including
lectures on how to improve picture-
taking and slides shown by mem-
bers. Mr. Carr sponsors the Cam-
Seated: Anemone Smith, Marilyn Vogt,
Mary Sons, Sharon Selkirk.
Row 2: Allen Klope, Gary Cruthis, Norm
Beals, Marvin Addler, Bob Klaus, Bill
Wit-ss, Wesley Arnold, lack Erwin.
Row 3: Iim Turley, Iohn Harris, Bamie
Mzirchis, Charles Hemphill, Ralph Gissal,
Don Alexander, Mr. Carr.
Many phases of radio are studied
by these students. Through prac-
tice offered in this club some of the
members h a ve obtained amateur
radio licenses. Mr. Willis sponsors
Row I: Bob Usher, Mr. Willis QVV9-
QNVJ, Bob Spiller.
Row 2: Martha Gunter tWN9HIXl, lack
ClarkfVV9HIMl, Dallas Dalton, Rich-
Page 100 text:
The German Club, sponsored by
Miss Wetteroth, is an organization
composed of students taking Ger-
man who are interested in learning
more about German culture. They
hold an induction once a year.
Row 1: Shirley Nolan, Errol Bosley, Caro-
Riow 2: Margie Belcher, Ann Kuhn, Tina
Stiltz, Ruth Waller, Barbara Dierstcin,
Shirley Schumacher, Steve Head, Ronald
Bogart. Susan Schwaffner. :
Row 3: Carol Owen, Paul Norman, Al-
vin Holloway, Don Mason, Peggy Trog-
don, Miss Wetteroth.
The purpose of this club is to
stimulate interest in the profession
of teaching. Miss Sutherland is the
sponsor of this national organiza-
tion. The officers are: Louise Hen-
derson, Pres.g Pat Flory, vice Presi-
dent: Sue Miller, Sec.: Barbara
Wlietzel, Treas.: Nora Bradshaw,
Row 1: Louise Henderson. Donna March,
Karen Kelly, Diann Bosnak, Miss Suth-
Row 2: Gayle Bates, Ann Kuhn, Ann
Geddes, Mary Extrom, Barbara Landiss.
Row 3: Marlene Lagemann, Nora Brashaw,
Carol Iacobson, Barbara Pierce, Mora
Row 4: Carol Green, Don n a Morgan,
Ianice Richey, Pat Flory, Mary Lou Davis
Row 5: Sonja Grady, Barbara Whetzel,
Ervin Steele, Anemone Smith.
LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS
This organization is composed of
students who are interested in in-
creasing their knowledge of th e
French people and their customs.
ln order to be in Le Circle Francais,
students must maintain a high scho-
lastic average. Miss Blackard is the
Row 1: Barbara Pierce, Carol Iacobson,
Row 2: .,,. Pat Lindblad, Kay Schwaab,
Margaret Wilson, Margie Springer, Phyl-
lis Young, Carol Playez.
Row 3: Clifford Wildermzin, Indy Thomp-
son, Elizabeth Glen, Sherry Sipprelle
Page 102 text:
Row lz David Koshinski. Dick Shirack, Nlarf
uin Mosby, Francis Bierniacher. lorry Bag-
ley, Ierry Middleton, Iames Allensworth,
Sain Elfgen, Leon Iohnson.
Row 2: Mary Lou Hartley, Dorothy Bailey,
Carol Iacobson, Evelyn Butler, Ianet Bolen,
Bennie Ruedin, Bob Cox, Bill Thiele, Wal-
Row 3: Don Mason, Bob Brown, Terry Flint,
Marvin Loftis, Bob Erdmann, lim Carstens,
Larry Hill, Don Rintoul, Erich Kassler.
Row 4: Bob Elrod, Dick Chester. lim Mas-
sey, Ralph Gissal, Dick Caldwell.
Raw 1: Sharon Maguire, Iuanita Evans,
Christine Alexander, Pat Deucker, Shirley
Nolan., Shirley Osborn.
Row 2: Georgie Bricker, Barbara Depper
Bonnie Stamm, Sandra Schriner, Alice Boe-
Clecker, Kathy Fcarno.
Row 3: Tom Leonard, Richard Dodge, Nancy
Blunk, Ianet Tyler, Elizabeth Glen, Myrtlz
Row 4: Don Lobbig, Dave Crawford, Lorei
McDonald, Terry Flint, George Wilson
Mildred Beach, Bob Elrod, Ken Harris
This service organization perf-
forms different ,tasks such as food
replacement, snack bar and disposal
unit. In return for their services
they receive free lunches. Miss Sid-
well is their director.
Row 1: Theresa Keene, Dorothy Bell, Ieai
ette Tague, Christina Kraushaar, loyi
Stockton, Della Wood.
Row 2: Ruby Catheorall, Eileen Hess, Shar:
Butler, Dorothy Plegge, Irene Gvillo, Shirli
Davis, Helene Cathorall, Patsy Gravett.
Row 3: Iaines Marshall, Conway Barlow, B1
Millering, Bob Lawrence. Torn Norris, Da
Ash, Dave Schaeffer, Marvin Mosby, Ric
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