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FIRST ROW: Bill Paddock. Treasurer; Larry Jenkins, Vice President; Melvin House; Rick Linkenhoker, President; Cecil Richardson, Secretary. SEC- OND ROW: Jim Schondel- mayer, Lee Harkin, Ron Wea- dick, Bill Minnix. THIRD ROW: Jim Williams, Lowell Chenoweth, Larry Westover, John Garrett. The Industrial Arts Club is another newly-formed club this year. The purpose of this club is to experiment with different materials to learn of their value and usage. These projects help the members to know more about what they are working at. Mr. Joyce is the adviser and sponsor. TfecfA noufi adcC €fucc t Aool . The Science Club is a newly organized club this year. Stu- dents of the different science classes were eligible to be a member. At each meeting, a chosen member does an experi- ment on a scientific subject he takes or is interested in. The club took several trips this year including a trip to the Sleeve- casting Plant in Indianapolis. Mr. Weber is the sponsor. Left to right, FIRST RO V: Carol Warner, Marcia Smoker, Sally Runion, Vice Pres.; Larry Moore, President; Gerald Her- bert, Secretary-Treasurer; Carol Toschlog, Anne Akins. SEC- OND ROW: John Rau, Jim Wil- liams, Mike Tubesing, David Allen, Kieth Winters, Mariann Wedding, Lee Stanley.
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FIRST ROW: Lowell Chenoweth, Sentinel; Kent Wisecup, Treasurer; Karl Wisecup, President; Gordon Huntsman, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Rudy Toschlog; Francis Widau, first Vice Pres. ; Bob Westover, second Vice Pres. ; Dick Crist. THIRD ROW: Larry Jenkins; Myron McBride, Reporter; Jerry Rowe, Ass ' t Treasurer; David Tice. FOURTH ROW: Steve Tiemann; Tom Eliason; Larry Westover; David Westover. The Centerville Chapter of the Future Farmers of America is an organization for boys who are taking vocational agriculture in high school. It is made up of boys from grades 9-12. The boys participate in several types of county judging contests. The sponsor is Mr. Overturf. ft044 €n (4cce The Centerville Jr. Red Cross is made up of students from grades 9-12. Being a member of the organization is on a voluntary basis. Some of the activities are filling a gift chest to send to disaster areas in the world and sponsoring a membership drive in the school. This year they sent delegates to the state Jr. Red Cross Con- ference. The sponsor is Mrs. Smith. FIRST ROW: Nancy Lichtenfels, Ann Adkins. SECOND ROW: Marcia Smoker, Sharon Spence, Judy Bell. THIRD ROW: James Early, Mike Hunt, JohnRau. 48
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Mike Tubesing - Treas., Jeri Alexander - Sec, Janice Mathews - Pres., Mike Hunt - Vice Pres. SECOND ROW: Ray Leak, Steve Love, Jan- ice Chappell, Marcia Knott, Anita Custard, Carolyn Mulroony. THIRD ROW: Mike Sandifar, Martha Holmes, Diana Bostick, Sharon Strong, Jean Oldfield, Connie Orsborn, Cheryl Trisler. FOURTH ROW: Mikey Monger, David Sparks, Jim Early, Nancy Wil- • liams, Pam Jackson, Brenda Himelick, Linda Moore, Sharon Jeanes. FIFTH ROW: Dave Petty, Jerry Bell, Nancy Martin, Marilyn Nafe, Barbara Smith, John Redmeyer, Pat Maines. Banderillos, tortillas, and ole! ! ! Recognize the words? You would if you were a member of the Spanish Club, for these are a familiar part of their vocabulary. One of the most active clubs at C. H. S. , the Spanish Club made an annual trip in the spring; went to the Taco House, a restaurant with Spanish food in Indianapolis; and even conducted part of its meetings in Spanish. Ornaments and musical instruments add flavor to the meetings and put the members in the mood for El Espanol. Some of the second year Spanish students admire the bulletin board that Mrs. Harris created in the Spanish Room. A part of the Spanish Club went to Indiana- polis at the beginning of the year and are shown at the Taco House, where they dined.
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