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Page 94 text:
The aim and desire of Key Club is
to develop initiative and leadership, to
provide experience in living and work-
ing together, to serve the school and
community, and to accept and promote
the constitutional objectives of Kiwanis
Boys in the tenth, eleventh, and
twelfth grades with scholastic ability,
good character, and leadership ability,
Row Une: Tom Buck, Karl Hilgert. Dave Sarver. Row Two: Bruce Carey. are eligible for membership-
lVlr. Drews serves as the club advisor.
Row One: John Lewis, Bill Stafford, Cary Tompkin. ,lim Hawkins, John MrBe1h. Bob
Ducoty, Bill Sanderson, Tom Buck, Bruce Carey, Doug Jacolrson, David Sarver. Bob
Jaeck. Row Two: Al Johnson, David Hudson, Jack Archer, Don Weisel. Cordon Haas,
Bill Shafer, Bob Starkey, Neal Delnay, Ron Manson. Dick Spessard, George Cooper.
Row Three: Tom Turley, ,lack McClanahan, Duncan Creed, Curt lVlcCluskey, Jim
Shelley, Ken Gluck, Larry Hecky, Mr. Drews. Row Four: Donald Cole, Tom Smith,
Ted Hendricks, Jim Anderson. Row Five: Tim String, Karl Hilgert.
Page 93 text:
F. N. A.-J . Optimist
The membership of Future Nurses of America is
drawn from students in grades 10. 11. and 12. lts pur-
pose is to arouse interest in nursing and its allied fields.
The club members assist in the nurseis room with
physicals and visual and hearing tests. Many of the
girls volunteer their services at the Health Center and
help administer polio shots.
'llheir other actixities include sponsoring a party
at the Children's Home and singing Christmas carols
at the Old Folks Home.
Mrs. Jackson. the school nurse. is the advisor of
Future Nurses of America.
First Row: Bill Franke. ltill Loeher. Mike Searl, Dave
Calehouse. Dick Knox, liill Dtsliro. Bolt Saunders. Second
Row: Xlr. Watson. Roger Ricks. Dick Conn, Duncan
Creed, Paul Root. l'ete Larsen. liuml Emerson. Third Row:
Fred Weil. Winston Anderson. Stan Haude. Fourth Row:
John Curtis. ,lim Anderson. .lim DeHart.
First Rmc: Mary ,lane ltryers. llarhara Wlatkins, Nancy
Howl. Millie Sleili- .ludy llailey. Karen Reichert. Santlv
Reid- Sanllb' liilllls. .loan lloser. .lean tllenny. Norma llvcle.
Karen Miller. Second Row: Ann liidgley. Opal Aniler-
son. Delma Daugherty. Nelda Wilson. .lean Nalencz. .ludy
Pfau. Mary Ann Miller. Marcia tfhapman. lion ,-tim A4-li
herger. Judy Allen. Thin! Row: .lane .-tshhrook, juily
Kola, Nona Jorn. Lois Howald. Mary Schultz. .ludy Nlcllan-
iels, .loyue MEF-UU. Joan Wilson. Karen Peterson. Fourth
Row: Jean Miller, Darlene tlralitree. Kay Roliinson.
Nancy Cray. Rosemary lirislinger. Fifth Row: Nancy
Bacon, Carol Phillips, Sandra Hanefeltlt. Karen Stahl.
Paula Ries, Julia Short.
The ,luhior Optimist Cluli. with the help and in-
struction of lVlr. William Watson and the Senior Opti-
mist Cluh. is one of the many hots' cluhs at Falls High.
its purpose is to create an understanding lietwccn
the lioys in thc cluli and to promote leadership and
friendship. The cluh has many projects some ol which
are providing ushers lor the lootliall games and thc
haskethall games. sponsoring one of the after game
dances. and making a scraphook which shows the pro-
gress of the cluh during the year.
The Senior Optimists Cluh. which is nationally
known. is very active and helpful in providing recreation
for the club mcmhers. It has proxided tickets for the
members of the cluh for sporting and other events.
Page 95 text:
The Hi-Y club is a service organi-
zation which which seeks to aid the
school hy selling football programs,
passing out schedule cards, sponsoring
the Christmas assembly and in co-opera-
tion with Y-Teens presenting an Easter
The purpose of the Hi-Y club is to
create. maintain. and extend through-
out the community and school high
standards of Christian character. The
four planks of its platform are clean
speech. clean living. clean scholarship,
and clean sportsmanship.
Hi-Y draws its memhers from sopho-
more. junior. and senior hoys. Candi-
dates for membership must memorize
the first and the twenty-third Psalms.
the Lord's Prayer. and the Ten Com-
Mr. Howard Saurer serves as the club
Row Une: Chaplain, lloug Scherer: President, Nlikv Ustergiarmlz Tl'l'ilrllltl lo in
Curtis. Row Two: Vice President. liill llislvrol Secretary. llugh YN: I Ron
Three: Parliamentarian. Fred Weil.
Row f,ll1'Z Keith Tarllelt. liill l.oeher, Mike Searl. Mike
Riclianls, lfhurles Urth. Charles llonstelle, Dave Galehouse.
Mike flregory. liill Sanderson. llave Evans. Jeff liooger-
hyrle. linnl lfnierson, Carl l"arina1'1'i. Steve Harman. Rau'
Tim: George Wuliga. llolr lleryck. Dick Conn. llill llixon.
Stan Haulle. Jerry Dalton. lloh Stewart. Itoln Sillllllltl
,lack Edmund, Wayne Snyder. Row Tlm'r': llwigglll Tall
l ll tl
Weil. .liln lleliarl. Nlr, Faurer. Ron' Four: Hugh Wet
llolm Liska. Tom Turley. ,lim Anderson. lloug Scherer. 9
John Curtis. Itill llislrro. Nou' l"i1'f': Mike Ustergurfl.
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