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Page 11 text:
Beverly Weinberg, pictures; Janice James, band; Marilyn Perry, Junior re-porter; Janet Me Kee, Co-Editor; Viola Drake, Editor; JoAnne Swonk, senior play; Elizabeth Van Voorhees, class will; Bethal Stanton, snapshots.
Marcia Tempi in, senior activities: Barbara Lane, history; Douglas Adams,
Asst. Business Manager; Orville (Gene) Trine, artist; Jeannie Lawrence, °th grade reporter; Karen Cupp, snapshots; Mrs. Flora Ambs, Advisor.
Barbara Brandt, artist; Norma Carr, Art Editor; Richard Bower, typist; Donald Oliver, Advertising Manager; Larry Bowerman, Advertising Manager; Ronald Ward, Business Manager; Carl Lucas, F.F.A.
Uth Row: Patricia Geering, artist; Barbara Kane, sophomore reporter; Mary Trayling,
freshman reporter; Lee Belote, sports; John Boyd, sales and sports; Roger Phelps, Sports Editor; Kenneth Decker, typist; Harriett Lunger, history.
Absent: Margaret Pooler, F.T.A.
Typists: Janice James, Kay Osbon, Sandra Loudenslager, Janet McKee, Richard Bower,
Lee Belote, Barbara Lewis, Betty Lunger, Peter Hoekzema.
Page Mounting: Norma Carr, Viola Drake, Barbara Brandt, Gene Trine.
Snapshots: Karen Cupp, James Helmer, Mary Ellen Ward, class reporters.
Advertisements: Patricia Geering, Norma Carr, Orville (Gene) Trine, Jane Westendorf,
Special Agents: Ralph Pari in, Richard Bonham, Dawayne Holtz.
Introductory Pages: Artists—Norma Carr, Orville (Gene) Trine, Patricia Geering,
Sales Staff: Ronald Ward, James Frisbie, Marden Hinkley, John Boyd, Larry Bowerman,
Cover Design: Norma Carr
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1st Row: Raymond Saxman, Lee Sprowl, Reporter; Ralph Pari In, President; Sandra
Loudenslager, Secretary-Treasurer; Richard Lucas, Judith Carpenter.
2nd Row: Douglas Adams, Vice-President; Rudolph Jenkins, Mr. Judd, Advisor, Mr.
Van Voorhees, Advisor; Judith Decker, Thomas Loudenslager.
The aim of the Student Council is to present to the Administration and to the School Board the students viewpoint on planning new customs or changing old ones. It is a clearing-house for all student problems and acts as a mediator in this field. It also acts as a board of control for regulating school functions, and it has the power to act as a Jury when requested.
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1st Row: Roberta (Kay) Osbon.
2nd Row: Mary Mesler, Rita Mast, Mary Yeatter, Janet Me Kee, Marcella Shannon
The school library Is a materials center. In It are housed reference books,
fiction, biography, magazines, and film strips. About 1750 books, 50 magazines, and 335 film strips are cared for here.
The assistant librarians are on duty each period of the day. Their duties are to maintain order in the library, keep the center orderly and neat, assist in processing new books, and aid pupils needing assistance In their reference problems.
The use of the library for both free-time and reference reading has increased each year, and the room given to library usage is proving inadequate.
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