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Row One: N. Kurbis, R. Mayforth, S. Light QSec.J, R. Culver, P. Pefruschke, S. Gelder lPres.J, C. Rubin, B. Bishop.
Row Two: J. Bridgham, P. Hawks, S. Findley, Mr. Harrod lAdv.J, F. Zindler, J. Deckert, C. Gustafson.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Four building blocks of success are the requirements for membership in National
Honor Society. Scholarship, character, leadership, and service are the virtues possessed
by the 15 percent of the senior class that are selected for membership by a faculty
committee. To help build these qualities in the students of our high school is the
purpose of the organization.
The members of the Service Club supply the "missing parts" which are necessary to
finish the building. They remind us how fortunate we are and urge us to help others
who are not as fortunate as we. This aid takes the form of contributions to CARE
and the March of Dimes. At Christmas time they put up the Christmas tree in thc
hall outside the auditorium.
Row One: L. Curnow iAdv.J, L. Anfonelli, E. Fisher fSec.J, A. Court, R. McGath, R. Bruckman, F. Zindler, D. Masfbaum, V. New, L. Dunn
Miss Williams CAdv.J.
Row Two: J. Sax, N. Carlock, J. Cohen, A. Kirshenhaum, D. Brown, J. Gunn, J. Goon lV. Pres.J, J. Milligan, C. Pape fPres.D, J. Wadsworlh,
H. Arfa, B. White, P. Thierback.
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Row One: E. Hoover, C. Faber, S. Masiers, N. Kurbis, S. King, J. Dukesherer, C. Yendes, P. Peiruschke CClerkJ, L. Stewart.
Row Two: T. Glascock, E. Buizbaugh, J. Null QMayorJ, R. Gavrilovich, J. Andrews, M. Gale, B. March, J. Andrews fChief of Policeb,
G. Peapples, J. Bellenger, P. Murray, Mr. Bierman 1Adv.D.
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The student council members are the "foremen" of our school.
They plan assembly programs, help make the rules for us to
obey, hold fire drills, and perform many other important duties.
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Row One: R. Westin, R. Mc Dowell, J. Westin, R. Gavrilovich, D. Handy, A. Filstrup, J. Kirshenboum.
Row Two: P. Dally, N. Creed, D. Stines, E. Magnuson, J. Rector, K. Phairas, J. Jones, B. Schaeffer, P. Petruschke.
Row Three: Miss Breitenbach QAdvi J C. F b B. P
ser , a er, ape, S. Gelder, E. Zindler, D. Doebeli, D. Mastbaum, S. Crossman, C. Rubin, J. Kurek
K. Christ, M. Berry, J. Mashke, W. Afford, S. Priebe.
Row Four: N. Kurbis, J. Virkus, J. Postello, M. Rizzo, A. Negrilla, S. Black, J. Dukesherer, S. Byers, M. Gale, J. Becker, S. Friske.
The "Tiger", puts the "finishing touches" on our school. For the first time in many
a year, the staff presented us with a printed paper. Congratulations to a hardwork-
ing staff for a dillicult task well done!
Because the Big Sisters have smoothed down the rough edges, the Little Sisters will
lit into the world as fine bricks fit into a new building. This is accomplished by a
get-acquainted tea in the fall and kind helpfulness throughout the year.
Row One: E. Heckert lTreos.l, B. Pape lPres.l, J. Cayo CV-Pres.J, G. Mann fSec.l.
Row Two: M. Ogata, N. Kurbis, S. l.i ht, R. Cobb B. G 'ff' S. C S. T
g , Tl un, ayo, app, L. Blackmore, M. Rizzo, C Faber J Mueller Miss Finley
CAdv.D, M. Hartline, G. Baker, P. Petruschke, D. Lacy, B. Baxter, S. Boettcher, J. Reinhardt, B. Schoffer,.C. Gustaison, C. Akright.
Row Three: S. McFarland, S. Gelder, E. Fitz,, P. Hawks, C. Godfrey, B. Bishop, A. Negrilla, J. Virkus, P. Paulson, B. Smith, S. King,
B. Bendix, N. Nagle, A. Olson, S. Marshall, D. Christie, B. Kesterke, J. Romoser, J. Kurek, G. Knight, A. Oelke.
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