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Page 98 text:
Co-op shakes hands with community
CO-OP. Left to right, front row: J. Steen, E. McLeod,
C. Conway, C. Martin, S. Erwin, C. Basham, 8. Walsh,
M. Heitner, S. Lasslett, K. MacRae, J. Wadsworth, B.
Sherwood. Second row: A. Fullagar, S. Urban, B.
Busch, S. Heath, S. Bowser, S. Dawson, K. Memmer, S.
Shuell, M. Karr, S. Swanson, C. Fahle, J. Hunter. Third
row: N. Banyas, J. Sfowell, B. Cruse, S. Sellon, M. Hobbs,
S. Pringle, D. Rzucidlo, L. Lentz, Y. Sharp, J. Klasen.
Fourth row: M. Stone, B. Eddlemon, B. Wild, R. Knox,
G. Glennie, S. Subic, S. Anthony, N. Olson, A. Newmarch,
K. Engel. Fifth row: Mr. Fairman, E. Hall, J. Belcher,
Mr. Fairman listened with sympathetic understanding to
Claudine Basham's problems with student registration
"Earning While Learning" is the watchword of Co-op
students. Co-operative Occupational Training, under
the direction of Mr. Arlie Fairman, provides vocational
training not furnished in the classroom.
Going to school and working part-time prepares the
Co-op student to take his place in the adult world
equipped with the necessary skills and work habits.
Clerking in stores, secretarial, and industrial iobs are
only a few of many types of work in which senior boys
and girls are employed.
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HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Left to right, front row: Mr.
Paris, M. Dickerson, D. Slater, K. Haase, T. Spencer,
B. Pascoe, J. Slusser.
Digging up the Past
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Sue Bennetts accepts from Mr. Donald Ryder his gift of the 43-star
Hag of J. 8. A. Ryder GAR Post 404, formed in Newburg shortly
after the close of the Civil War. The post was named for the Ryder
brothers, who lost their lives at Gettysburg and were returned for
burial in Newburg Cemetery. Witnessing the donation are Dr.
Interested in research and recording of local history,
eight members of the Junior Historical Society met
daily during first hour to work on such proiects.
Directed by Mr. Paris, this group prepared a taped
commentary and a series of slides showing local his-
toric sites. These colorful and informative slides were
shown to classes and other interested groups.
Sorting out, identifying, and classifying pictures and
other materials of l.ivonia's past are members of the
Junior Historical Society, who met daily with Mr. Paris
during first hour.
Friedrichs, Mr. Ryder, his grandson Donald Page, Sue, and Mr.
Dominic Paris, Historical Society Sponsor. The flag will be dis-
played at Bentley after it has been glass-encased.
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Carrying trays properly is one ofthe assignments Future
Nurses Nancy Mantel, Marilyn Ludwig, Joanne Willett,
and Joyce Zimmerman must know for their work at
Ardmore Convalescent Home.
What is it about a uniform?
Genuine interest in nursing as a career, and willingness
to work on various group projects are requisites for
Future Nurses Club membership. These girls learn "what
it takes" to be a good nurse by working as nurses'
aides in a convalescent home, and by studying diFfer-
ent types of training available.
This year Future Nurses Club provided all requested
items for two "Forgotten Patients of Lapeer." A school-
wide drive to furnish eyeglasses for "Eyes for the
Needy" was a huge success. At Christmas time the club
collected broken iewelry to be turned over for repair
by handicapped persons.
FUTURE NURSES. Left to right, front row: Mrs. Kirkwood,
K. Heinzman, J. Zimmerman, S. Hanford, secretary,
M. Ludwig, president, T. Byk, treasurer, G. Bergen, vice-
president, N. Mantel, J. Cannady, J. Cousins. Second
row: C. Matthiesen, M. Esper, S. Epley, T. Spencer,
P. Streeter, G. Tresh, B. Varhol, J. Aucutt, J. Bonnici.
Third row: J. Benson, H. Fitzgerald, V. Carlstrom, J.
Salisbury, L. Ritter, P. Vitto, L. Walter, J. Hamilton,
L. Kuperman. Fourth row: M. J. Schimmel, D. Gill,
C. Churchill, J. White, L. Rohhtynski, J. Dillon, S. K. Faff
J. wanen, s. Wilson. '
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