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Chemistry Club Open to all students of the chemistry classes, under the direction of Sister Mary Florian, O.S.F., this club meets once a month and discusses the phases of chemistry not stud¬ ied in the classroom. Demon¬ strations are provided by the students, along with reports of what has been accomp¬ lished. During the year field trips were taken to chemical places of interest. Members also participated in the Toledo and Bowling Green Science Days. G. Placucci, D. Skrzyniecki, W. Kerscher, C. Barut, J. Konopka. Biology Club A deeper understanding of the functions of science, found in daily living, is the main ob¬ jective of the Biology Club. At meetings, the members have a chance to discuss construc¬ tions of plant and animal life, topics not normally discussed in class. As in previous years, this year’s members, also partici¬ pated in the annual Science Fair at the University of To¬ ledo. Those students with bet¬ ter projects, then proceeded for state competition at Bowl¬ ing Green. S. Kozak, D. Lardinais, J. Minor, M. Ignasiak. Library Club Arranging attractive dis¬ plays, checking magazines, and replacing books, are just a few of the tasks performed by members of the Library Club. Working in the library during their study periods, the girls promote good read¬ ing throughout the school. Through their eye-catching displays, they make it easier for the student to find inter¬ esting and informative read¬ ing material. Standing: K. Seidl, M. Hulett, P. Baranek, S. Case. Seated: J. Fleitz. Page 130
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Future Nurses of America To acquaint themselves with the various careers of¬ fered in nursing and the duties demanded of nurses, the Fu¬ ture Nurses of America, under the direction of Sister Mary Ambrose, R.S.M., participated in such activities as a tour of Saint Charles Hospital and lectures given by various dis¬ trict nurses. Throughout the year they also attend movies which portray life in the nursing fields. M. Refermat, J. Michalak, P. Horgan, S. Komasinski. Future Teachers of America Research into the various fields of special education, such as teaching the blind and the deaf, was the project for current members of the F.T.A. Their schedule included visits from guest speakers. Miss Susan Cassady, teacher for mentally retarded at Larc Lane and Miss Ruth Maier, traveling teacher in the spe¬ cial education department, ex¬ plained their special work to the club. In addition, excellent movies were provided to give a better understanding of the various aspects of the special types of education. C. Chechak, C. Walker, M. Dixon, A. Poznanski. F. S. W. A. The Future Social Workers, established in 1960—is under the direction of Sister Mary Ambrose, R.S.M. Its member¬ ship is confined to juniors and seniors. The activities for this year included a tour of St. An¬ thony’s Villa, The Catholic Charities, and St. Vincent’s School of Nursing. Interesting professional So¬ cial Workers have spoken to the group at several meetings during the school year, thus acquainting members with the career they might intend to pursue after graduation. V. Howell, J. Lengel, P. Bauerschmidt, P. Bady. Page 129
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Spanish Chib A study of typical native costumes, songs, dances, and fiestas enliven the Spanish Club under the direction of Sister Marie de Lourdes, O.S.U. Oral reports on Latin American countries, their art and literature, provide a valu¬ able cultural background for the Spanish students. The principal activity of the club is the publication of a Spanish newspaper called “La Carla Espanola.” This paper has been published on special occasions for three years. C. Jacobs, T. Brown, M. Salinas, A. Olejownik, J. Koch. P. Marshall, J. Riker, K. Calkins, A. Czerniawski. French Club Seen here, are some mem¬ bers of the French Club, view¬ ing a copy of a French paint¬ ing. Their interest in French culture was aided this year by the appearance of the Ver¬ sailles Exhibit at the Art Museum. Besides reports, talks and slides, another attraction this year, through the help of the club’s moderator. Sister Mary Caroleen, S.N.D., was the acquisition of French pen pals for many of the members. These pen pals carry the study of France outside the class¬ room, literally into a French home. Latin Club Central’s Latin Club is organized as a special Chapter of the Junior Classical League, a National Organiza¬ tion whose purpose is to study the civilization of Greece and Rome in order to understand and appraise the world of today, which is indebted to ancient civilization in its gov¬ ernment, laws, literature, lan¬ guage and arts. The members attend area meetings held at other high schools in and about Toledo. They also attend the State Convention in Columbus. Locally they sponsor a slave auction and celebrate the Saturnalia, “semi-Roman” fashion. R. Harley, C. Walker, C. Niewiadomski, K. Shafer. Page 131
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