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Page 18 text:
First row: Mr. Peters, adviser,
Mary Ellen Marcellus, president,
Biruto Zarins, vice president, Becky
Bricker, secretory, Sue Ensign, trea-
surer, Becky Behringer . . . Second
row: Janet Malone, Wilmina War--
neke, Janice Hesselschwardt, Ther-
esa Coressel, Francis Kammeyer,
Elizabeth Merz, Clara Linnabery
. . . Third row: Junior Lipp, Mary
Spieth, Diana Dirr, Carolyn Walter,
Sue Root, Sandy Moninger, Bob
SPA ISH EL B
Did you ever think of visiting a Spanish-
speaking country? It so, knowledge of the
language might be imperative. The six-year-
old Spanish Club, under the guidance of Mr.
Peters, tries to create more interest in Spanish
in everyday life. The customs and histories of
our neighbors, Mexico and South America,
The leaders of the club are Mary Ellen
Marcellus, president, Biruta Zarins, vice-
president, Becky Bricker, secretary, and Sue
Biruta Zarins, vice president, Becky
Bricker, secretory, Mr. Peters, adviser, Sue
Ensign, treasurer, Mary Ellen Marcellus,
Page 17 text:
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Charles Griffeth, president, Dan Spengler, vice president, Janet Frank, secretaryg
Junior Lipp, treasurer, Miss Schlegel, adviser.
To encourage the study of Latin and to
better understand its influence an modern
life is one of the main purposes of the Latin
Membership is open to all Latin I students
who obtain an A average the first semester
Judy Richards served as President of the State
J. C. L. Each year the club sends delegates
to the J. C. L. Convention held in Columbus.
Some of this year's activities were a Christ-
mas party, a slave auction of new members,
and Latin Week.
and to all Latin Il students who maintain a
B average or better.
Miss Schlegel is the club adviser.
Officers this year were Charles Griffith,
The club is affiliated with the State and president, Dan Spangler, vice president, Janet
National Junior Classical League. This year Frank, secretary, Junior Lipp, treasurer.
First row: Miss Schlegel, adviser, Charles Griifeth, president, Dan Spengler, vice presidentg Janet Fronlx, secretary, Junior
Lipp, treasurer, Judy Richards, Sallee Simkins, Caroline Mohr . . . Second row: Sally Tustison, Judith Hciser, Phyliss Stuckey,
Carol Moser, Mary Jean Siler, Susan Shindler, Pauline Roehrs, Debra Schultz, Jenni Walz, Roberta Royal, Mary Jo Schwab,
Pat Detter . . . Third row: AI Kohout, Terry Elberson, Tony Richman, Pauline Barski, Norma Hendricks, Charlotte Clingaman,
Carol Johnson, Ann Kern, John Mason, Gary Recs . . , Fourth row: Jim Adams, Bob Lloyd, Dale Boggs, John Devore, Denny
Clemens, Larry Anderson, Sims Charles, Gary Hodges, Ronnie Arthur, Lowell Frederick, Gary Rigg.
Page 19 text:
Junior High cheerleaders . . . Barb Stock,
lfrontl, Cuba Cain, Jackie Brown, Gymme
Hewitt, Linda Hohenbrink.
The cheerleaders worked exceptionally
hard this year to stimulate enthusiastic sup-
port at the games. They have welcomed our
opponents and have been behind the team-
win or lose. Cheers of "we're with you team"
heard throughout the games were led by
the faithful girls in blue and white.
The girls practice diligently each week and
plan the pep meetings held during the foot-
ball and basketball seasons. "Billy Bulldog,"
the team's mascot, was on hand again this
year to help bolster school spirit and promote
The varsity cheerleaders are Pat Locke,
head cheerleader, Tonette Walzp Pat Karnes,
Linda Oelke, and Penny Tubbs. The reserve
cheerleaders are Cuba Cain, Barb Stock,
Jackie Brown, Linda Hohenbrink, and Gymme
Varsity cheerleaders . .
Linda Oelke, Pat Karnes, Tonette
Wall, Pat Locke, Penny Tubbs.
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