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Boys interested in developing good charac-
ter, along with clean living, clean speech,
athletics, and scholarship, have an oppor-
tunity to join Senior Hi-Y. Following their
program of Christian action, the members,
under the leadership of Mr. Fallon, annually
participate in numerous school activities. ln-
cluded in these are the printing and selling
of programs at basketball tournaments, as
well as sponsoring the Christmas Dance and
Another aim of the Senior Hi-Y is to arouse
an interest in government. For this reason,
each year several delegates are sent to the
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Jon Easley, president Jerry Miller
vice president Bruce Gossman sec
Spengler chaplain Second row
Noffsinger, Bob Stone Art Fred
erick, Larry Smellie . . . Third row
Dave Schlegel, John Miller, Ed
Stephens, Phil Schautele, Larry
Frank, Jack Demyan, Junior Lipp
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Officers of the Senioi HIY plan tttmt.:
,, coming Festivities Ji-tty Mill,-t, vice
president, Jon Easley, preside-nt, David
. Hill, treasurer, Bruce Gossman -,e-rut-titty
Mr Fallon, adviser
Hi-Y Model Legislature at Columbus where
a model government is set up and run by
delegates from throughout the state. The
brothership fostered in Hi-Y, together with
the experience gained there, gives each boy
a fine background for later life.
Members also take part in district rallies
and banquets held throughout the year. En-
tertainment and workshops highlight these
Officers this year are Jon Easley, presi-
dent, Jerry Miller, vice president, Bruce Goss-
man, secretary, David Hill, treasurer, Dan
Spengler, chaplain, Don Lethers, sergeant-