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Circle Neff to rigllfl: D. Kliemchen, N. Shembarger, B. Nichols, J. Scharfenberg, B. Schaffer, C. Mason, F. Zindler, A. Patterson, M. Scott,
T. Hoatlin, L. Jewell, L. Hersh, L. Wadley, J. Hyslop, B. Brooks, J. Randall fPres.J, J. Craft, A. Court CV-Pres.J, E. Fisher, B. Easterling,
R. Mayforth, S. Rocks, M. Long, J. Blair, Miss Schley fAdv.J.
The students in the Library Club, through their earnest efforts to help, are adding
to the literary edification of all. The high point of each year is the trip to a college
campus for a convention of all club members.
Willingness to work is the only qualification to become a member of this organiza-
tion. They are present at every school function, helping everyone with a friendly
spirit. These students form the "framework" of all school activities.
Raw One: B. Bayman, G. Nolen, L. Osborn, N. White, L. Rasmussen, L. Fultz, A. Court, K. Leszczow KAss. Head Usherl, K. Schaus, B. Duncan,
L. Turner, M. Gunkel, B. Stump.
Row Two: B. Wilson CHead Usherl, C. Kosbar, M. Omweg, S. Priebe, P. Oberle, W. Roberts, W. Benson, P. Crowley, J. Fester, F. Wilson,
B. Adcock, Mr. Harrod fAdv.J.
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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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Row One: Miss Iverson fAdv.l, B. Schroeder, N. Nagle CTrecs.D, E. Heckert, S. Gelder, C. Godfrey,
S. Light KV-Pres.l.
Row Two: G. Munn, D. Kimball, S. Boettcher, J. Reinhardt CSec.l, P. Petruschke, D. Lacy, S. Cayo
QPres.l, J. Cayo.
SIGMA LAMBDA SIGMA
To help build up a fine library for our school is one of the goals of this organization.
The fifteen girls who are chosen for this club have a lot of fun giving an annual
dance, selling tiger mops, and running checkstands to earn money for new library
books. The book reports given at their meeting help to build literary appreciation.
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