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F. F. A.
These boys, through supervised farm proj-
ects at home and field trips to various
places of agricultural interest, are creating
a firm groundwork for careers in farming.
Some of the high points of the year for
these seniors and junior boys are their trips
to soil judging shows, to Chicago to see bet-
ter livestock, and the annual six-day trip.
They're always "digging" more knowledge
about better methods in agriculture.
Top fo Bottom: S. King lPres.5, R. Chambers KV-Pres.J,
C. Faber CSecl, S. Masters, N. Kurbis fTreas.D, S. McFar-
land KC. Sec.J, J. Gregory, M. Morgan, Miss Spangler
CAdv.D, J. Rector, J. Becker, E. Magnuson, J. Hadley.
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Row One: Mr. Machacek lAdv.J, B, King, D. Abbot, C
Benner, E. Andres, A. Costanza, J. Coslanza, Mr. Camp
Row Two: F. Culby, J. Morrison, J. Bohn, A. Froehlich.
Three: H. Herilz, T. Lobdeil, R. Schroeder.
Four: J. Kosick, D. Davis, J. McCoy, K. Krauel, J. King
Five: E. DeWiit, T. Sherry, F. Sfeinke, E. Piontek,
Promethean, the Greek god, was the wise
helper in necessity and the friend of man-
kind. He was original and creative.
A Promethean is one who is a Prome-
thean in spirit and achievement, scholar-
ship, leadership, and personality. These
are the basis for selection. Membership is
composed of three sophomores, four
juniors, and five seniors.
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Diana Stines Suzanne Byers Laurie Scowcroft Barbara Smith Carol Anderson
lPresiden1l 1Vice-Presidenil CExecutive Officerj CTrecsurerD fSecretaryl
BENTCN HARBCR GIRLS' JUNIOR A
The Girls' Rifle Club began this year by taking in 7 new
members, as a result 9 of the 12 members are sophomores.
In the monthly N.R.A. postal match the team shot 438,
440, 431, and 456 for a total of 1765. In these matches
Laurie Scowcroft shot scores of 100, 100, 97, and 97.
While Suzanne Byers scored 90, 94, 95, and 98.
On April 21, 1956 a team of five will shoot in the
National N.R.A. match at Fort Wayne, Ind.
Prone: M. Forestieri, C. Pape, P. Crowley, J. Campbell, B. Smith, L. Berley.
KneeIing: D. Siines, C. Anderson, C. Anderson.
Standing: S, Byers, L. Scowcroft.
One hundred five
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Row One: H. Ozeran, S. Parrott, B. Westin, B. Blackburn, F. Oakley, G. Daniels, L. Larsan.
Row Two: L. Rains, G. Wilson, G. Peopples, Mr. Rock lAdv.J, T. Bloom, B. Powers, A. Workinger.
Row Three: D. Virkus, J. Hammond, A. Curneal, R .Davis, J. Fry.
BENTON HARBOR BOYS' JUNIOR RIFLE CLUB
Every week these boys meet to learn good marksmanship and firearm safety. Each
year a group of them attend a National Rifle meet which, this year, was held April
21 in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
In the school's own contest, the champions were: Bob Blackburn 92, jim Ham-
mond 80, George Peapples 75, and Allen Curneal 58.
The scoreboard for the whole club is as follows: November 479, December 482,
january 478, February 479.
The individual high scores for this period were: Tom Garland 100, 98, 97, 933
Bob Blackburn 97, 99, 95, 95.
B. W. 0. T.
These girls, using pads for boards, pencils for nails, and common sense for a
foundation, are building for careers in the business world of tomorrow. Through
talks by the business people of today, they learn methods of achieving their goals.
Row One: A. Graziano KSec.J, B. Bradford, J. Kaekel, S. Day CTreas.J, D. Chandler, Mr, Bull CAdv.l, E. Slifer, D. Cochran, J. Cochran lPres.J,
V. Clifford, N. Boyer.
Row Two: J. Abrams, M. Hurse, M. Dauberr, C. Skaggs, J. Shabunia, P. Hill, J, Scharfenberg, B. Fifzchorles, E. Gillespie, B. Humes CV-Pres.J,
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