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Row One: J. Marutz lSec.J, C. Miller fTreus.J, Mr. Middaugh fAdv.J, I. Boyle QPres.i, W. Heier KV. Pres.J.
Row Two: N. White, P. Ashby, J. Kolesar, V. Swisher, J. Wadsworth, K. Blcsy, D. Sirk.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
This organization consists of girls whose common goal is to become a teacher - they
are the "foundation" of the future. The purpose of this club is to let the members
discover for themselves if they are suited for the teaching profession. This is done
through visits to the various teachers' colleges and having teachers as speakers at
This is a group of students who either take French now or at one time studied it.
Each year they have a dinner which consists entirely of French foods. Through their
meetings, the members learn more about the French people and customs. They have
sponsored noon hour shows, as well as interesting speakers for their meetings.
Row One: Mrs. Atwood lAdv,l, V. New, R. Urisf, C. Wagner, B. Bierman KPres.D, D. Doebeli lTrecs.J, L. Buck IV. Pres.J, P. Hill Clleccrderl,
G. Craig fSec.l, S. Hervig, B. Nichols, D. Willis.
Row Two: J. Hart, P. DePolma, A. Marceau, D. Blyth, C. Teske, S. Fletcher, C. Ashburn, J. Spencer, L. Wilhite, J. Steed, R. Briney,
L. Grieser, J. Bass, G. Velez-Sanchez, L. Stewart, L. Harmon, S. Smith,
One hundred nine
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Row One: L. Keffer, L. Banick, V. New ,J. Moshke, G. Baker, Mrs. Thiel CAdv.J, J. Cohen, J. Poe, R. Marshburn, T. Calvin, W. Hawkins.
Row Two: N. Thor, L. Blackmore, A. Kirshenbuum, J. Gunn, B. Wilson, J. Sieber, J. Kurek, A. Psurzow, J. Coffman, B. Floyd, E. Rupp,
D. Chandler, G. Knight, P. McGinnis.
The nurses-to-be of the junior and senior classes are building up a fine medical
background with the help of this organization. Visits to the hospital where they
can observe the nurses' duties help them see all sides of the profession. At their
regular meetings, they hear lectures and see demonstrations by registered nurses.
LA SOCIEDAD PANAMERICANA
"!Hola! ?Como esta Vd.?"- this is the traditional greeting of all Spanish-speaking
people, including the members of the Spanish Club. Any Spanish student, or former
Spanish student, may belong to this organization. The "Norteamericanos" learn
about the Spanish speaking countries by studying their customs and culture, and
thus "building" friendships with these people.
ROW One: Mrs. Atwood iAdv.J, M. Treger, C. Maikowski, M. Rohn, B. Morgan, S. Fricke, M. Kizer, M. Hennes, D. Musfbaum, N. Davis
J. Johnson iTreas.J, G. Velez-Sanchez lPres.l, W. Arford QV. Pres.J, C. McCaster, D. Asbury, M. Contreras, J. Pecororo, C. Gioia, L. Bizer
L. Morris, Miss Spangler iAdv.J.
Row Two: S. Gurewitz, K. Williams, A. Pafterson, J. Heim, J. Payne iSec.J, R. Wheeler, E. Oelz, L. Weygund, J. Connell, L. Andreen
K. Ragen, S. Black, N. McGinley, L. McGinley, I. Torry, L. Godin, V. Govaios.
One hundred eight
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Row One D Mayer, J. Richardson CSec.l, J. Bellenger CV-Pres.J, Miss Meyn fAdvJ, R. McDowell KPres.J, S. Light QTreas.l, S. Cayo.
Row Two C Faber, M. Warskow, P. Paulsen, P, Pelruschke, R. Chambers, J. Kolesar.
Row Three S Gridley, D. Pelruschke, R. Bruclrman, B. Dalziel,
"Act well your partg therein all honor lies." This motto indicates the goal of
Thespians, to do the best job possible, no matter how small it may be. The club
is made up of students of dramatics. They meet monthly to help make decisions
concerning the all-school play and the senior class play. Not only do they sponsor a
noon hour show and a sock hop, they put on plays for their own pleasure. Along with
the Footlighters, they attend a Dramatics Workshop at Western Michigan College.
The club that will capture the stage of our new building is the Footlighters Drama
Club. They present many fine noon hour shows, help in applying make-up for many
performances, and most of all, give a general idea of the theater to their members.
The requirement for membership in this club, advised by Miss Margaret L.
Meyn, is a sincere, genuine interest in drama.
ROW One D Doebeli flleporferl, J. Marulz lSec.l, D. Mayer lPres.l, Miss Meyn fAdv.J, R. Chambers QV-Pres J, l.. Richardson
D Mimlzel fHisloricnl.
Row Two C Eksirom, J. Richardson, M. Warskow, W. Hawkins, B. Keslerlre, S. Cayo, L. Slauboch, D, Bruckman, D. Minikel.
ROW Three T Glascock, M. Lowe, E. Gustafson, R. Yeringfon, J, Goon, B. Scholl, B. Powers.
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