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Page 33 text:
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iogvrs, 1 tins, ein. His un
Int tar Iohnson
s it: tin Xlls
N Holn s
DHAJIA AND .'lIl'SIt' l'l.l'B II
Imfr to Higlht: imp mu-1 Smith.
Hein, Field. Dixon, Lutz, Mur-
diek, Peppler. Grzuiger, Hopkins.
Peters. Taunvr, fmidrllt' rmri F.
Jewell. Nixon. Merrill, Anderson,
Pullins, Pullen. Mains, Maurer,
Preston, Allen. ifront rmrf
Rlzxnkner, Hoftinan, Keep, Bey-
rln. Calderwooil, Collins. Duster.
l"I'iPlllIl2lll, Reeves, Crandall.
IJRAJIA ANI! .'lIl'SIt' ULF!! III
Left to Hlglhf: :tim fowl Helm,
t'ulli5, Rm-sitio. XVt-luster, Strunk,
Reynolds, Price. Diigtlzile. N.
Art-her, Walters, Hein, tmizlrilr
rniri Holder, Foley, Borehert.
MeKee, Smirniotis, M, Moore,
Pmigtinrii. llile. Ileaner. Uupp.
Stork. l-Irtmnn. ifrmii Voter
Iiindhergh, Miller, liek. Strmlts,
Forhiiriger, Pztlmer, l-Iwers, Unn-
rzul, Copeland. Friek. Anderson,
THE DRAMA AND Ml'SlC,' CLl'l3
The Drtimit rind Music Cluh is open to .ill high school girls who are interested in musit
und .un.iteur theritriculs.
At the monthly meetings, re.1dings, one-net plays, and musicul numbers .ire presented by
members ot the club, and it social hour is enjoyed tifter the program.
The Drama and Music Clulw offers .tn outlet for self-expression in ere.itive dr.un.ities .ind
splendid opportunities tor young musical students to gain poise and selt-Confidence hy 1lPPC.lI'lIlg
intornmlly lwetore it group of congenial companions.
The meetings are arranged so that every memlwer of the club either tiilxes part in, or .issists
in planning and directing the monthly programs tit least once during the school ye.tr. The experi-
ence ot this responsibility helps to develop initiative rind originality and Cultivittes il desire for the
xxortliy use of leisure time.
Members of the Drgunit und Music Cluh furnish music for the Girls' League meetings .ind
e.lch yn-.ir produce it c.m-tully prepared one-.ict play for this orgimization.
H Three elected otlicers. ll fx1Culty sponsor and director, and approximately one hundred .uid
titty inemhers constitute the clulw, tat present time-.J
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Left to Right: :stand ngi Stan-
ford. Griilley. Reid, Patterson,
fSl'l1fl'lil Hendrix. lfilstrup, An-
derson, Gold. Hopkins, Lutz
GIRLS' LEA GUE COUNCIL
Left tn Right: imp row! Cupp,
Johnson, Dukesherer, Baxter, Or-
ris, Pullins, Edinhurough, Semler,
Baccash, :front rouii Panghorn,
Foley, Friedman, Lutz, Peppler,
Cunningham, Reischke, Mrs.
Haynes, S. Brown. tBorehert,
Cassidy, and Preston alrsenti
SIGMA LA IIIHIJA SIGMA
Left to Riyjhlj rlmflc F0101 Lind-
holm, Gahhert, Granger, Miss
Harrington. Hopkins, Farwell,
Baxter. ifrnnt rmrf Clark, An-
derson. Pullen, Lereh, Friedman,
Gold. tTuttle, Lutz, absent!
THE GIRLS' LEAGUE
The Girls' League was organized for the purpose of uniting all the extraecurricu-
lar activities in which high school girls participate. The League also aims to promote
friendship among the girls, and to encourage loyalty to the school's ideal of character
and conduct. Upon registration, every girl automatically becomes a member.
At the monthly meetings of the League, entertaining and education programs are
provided, Travel talks, fashion-shows, one-act plays, musicals and book reviews are
presented by locally eminent club women, educators, and musicians.
The Girls' League Council is made up of the four elected otlicers, the twenty-
three Home Room Agents, and a faculty sponsor. This council meets at regular inter-
vals, to discuss plans for the betterment of the League, its separate units, and any social
oi welfare activities in which the Leagues assistance may prove helpful.
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F. F. A.
Mr. Stanley Atlviser .
Roy lflsnn President .
Lztnny Reetl Vife-Presielent
Hoh Sill Secretiiry ..
Virgil McClure Tretisurer .. .
,lim Case Athletic Manager
Ditle lftlinger Reporter
Lrfi In Rryfhlf flop rolrl Moore,
Caldwell, Hunt. Kusvhel, Ormis-
ton, Temple, Ztlollhagvn, imnirllr'
rotri Taylor, Ruff. Summz-rfvlt,
Redman, Lawton, Gridlvy. ifrnnr
rnuw Russ. Stanford, Mr. Bridg-
ham, Bt-nke. Ilarniat'livI'.
4Slf:rn on puns' lll
Lrff lo Riglllfj ffop rnlri IXleNval.
ltllson. Cassidy. Pvpller. Hop!
kins, Granger, Murdiek. Farwell.
fmlddlf' rouw V. Moore. Morris.
E. Moore, Reisehke, Orris, Reim-
ers, Murphy. Miss X't'alclron.
fhof1rim rmrl Mogil. Field. Bene-f
dix, Calderwooti, Foley, Pang-
lxorn, Zindlt-r, Uluppt-r
tSfm'1! on gulylr' ,lll
FFTVHE FARIIIEHS OF
Left to Right: imp roirl Sill.
McClure. Pollyva. Tillstrom,
Reeves, Lietz, Clark, We-lls.
Crowell. irnidtilf' roirl Handy.
Piggot, Birmingham. Buvkman.
Name-tz, Elsrni. l-Irlinger, Brown.
ffronf renter He-etc-r. Reimers.
Case. Reed, F. Sill, Mr. Stanley.
Feather, Simanton, Foster.
. Roy lflson
. Bob Tillstrom
One of the most ontstrineling years in the F.F.A. Clulis history has iust heen cornpleteel
During the first semester the cluh sponsored the Southwestern Michigan Fruit and Flower Show
nt Benton Hgtrlwor. Apple judging teams participated in the County and State judging contests at
New Troy .intl Griintl Riipitls. Sefontl prize wits won at the Bangor Apple Show for an exhibit set
up there. NXT colnpletetl the first semester hy having it hglslxethilll ggnne tintl meeting for .ill the
p.1st memhers of the Cluh.
,loint meetings with l5.ni Claire, Berrien Springs, Bnclinniin, iintl Dovmgiiic F.F.A. Clubs
the Parents itntl Sons Banquet, gnnl FQlI'lllCl"5 Wleelc and the State F.F.A. Convention nt Nicliigatn
State College nt Izitst Lansing were some of the events which tlrew the interest of the Cluh tluring
the seconil semester.
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