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Page 3 text:
First row: Mr. Green, adviserg Tom
Simkins, president, Ken Witker, vice
president, Jim Clemens . . . Second
row: Nancy Rosebrock, Janice Yea-
ger, Charles Stephens, Don Lethers,
Arlene Wellman, Barbara Gilbert
. . . Third row: Charlene Greene,
Bud Cereghin, Ted Beindorf, Alan
Sheibly, Mary Holtsberry, Judy
IJISTHIB TIVE EDUC!-l'I'IIJ
The Distributive Education Club is an organization
ot the Distributive Education or retailing class. Dur-
ing the year, each student is required to hold a iob
connected with salesmanship and distribution. In his
way, students learn to put into practice the infor-
mation and knowledge learned in class.
The club attended the annual convention of
Northwestern Ohio Distributive Education Clubs on
November 2, T956 at Bowling Green State Uni-
versity. Tom Simkins, president of the Defiance
D. E. C. A., was elected president ot the regional
clubs at this convention.
As President, Tom helped plan and conduct the
State Distributive Education Convention at Colum-
bus in February. He also was a delegate to the
National D. E. C. A. Convention in April at Okla-
homa City, Oklahoma, and will preside at the con-
vention next year at Bowling Green State University.
The annual appreciation banquet for employers
was held in the spring.
This year's officers were Tom Simkins, president,
Ken Witker, vice president, and Carolyn Kissner,
Mr. Green was the faculty adviser.
Mr. Green, adviser, show Carolyn Kiss-
ner, secretary-treasurer, Tom Simkins, pres-
ident, Ken Witker, vice president, a recent
booklet on salesmanship.
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The main purpose of the College Club is
to help any student who is planning to enter
Under the leadership of Miss Kehnast cmd
the officers, all Junior and Senior members
are instructed how to prepare for entrance
into the school of their choice.
The annual Christmas Party was held this
Miss Kehnast helps College' Club ottiu-is
prepare for the annual spring banquet
Seated: Miss Kehnast, adviserg Art Frede
riclc, president . . . Standing, Judy Hott
man, vice president, Maryann Nolan,
secretary, Diana Roehrs, treasurer,
year at Grace Episcopal Church. Special
guests were former members of our school
who are now attending college. Each guest
gave a short review of his own col-
The officers this year were Arthur Frede-
rick, president, Judy Hoffman, vice president,
Maryann Nolan, secretary, and Diana Roehrs,
First row: Miss Kehnast, adviser, Art Frederick, president, Judy Hoffman, vice president, Maryann Nolan, secretary.
Diana Roehrs, treasurer, Joanne Latchaw, Sue Stoner, Judy Richards . . . Second row: Becky Behringer, Phyllis McBroom,
Maribeth Smith, Marilyn Knoop, Sue Martin, Charl Imber, Wilmina Worneke, Mary Ellen Marcellus, Janet Malone , . . Third
row: Jim Shindler, Sue Ensign, Sue Root, Diana Dirr, Jean Gebhart, Pat Bond, Janet Oxley, Judy Tuohy, Carolyn Miles.
Roger Royal . . . Fourth row: Judy Nickels, Barb Daoust, Janet Anclrist, Carolyn Walter, Mary Brinkman, Carole Kissner,
Carol Ross, Mary Jo Hoeftel, Phyllis Kuntz, Janet Frank, Larry Smellie . . . Fifth row: Dave Wagner, Charlie Latchaw, Ja
Scott, Ruth Steffel, Sue Black, Mary Schudel, Jerry Miller, Neil McGrew, Dorothy Yant, Maggie Voigt, Lyn Cunningham
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