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First row: Mrs. Greim, adviser, Karen White, president, Carolyn Miles, vice president, Maggie Voigt, secretary-
treasurerg Diana Roehrs, Janet Andrist . . . Second row, Jon Easley, Joyce Cromly, Janet Malone, Gretchen Duerlc, Barb
Daoust, Joanne Latchaw, Mary Jo Hoeffel , . . Third row: Carolyn Winebrenner, Phyliss McBroom, Wilmina Warnelre, Janice
Johnson, Clara Linnabary, Charl lmber, Maribeth Smith . . . Fourth row: Hyla Quinn, Jereme Tubbs, Brenda Agler, Mary
Schudel, Carol Ross, Penny Heilmon, Jill Hauth, Carole Kissner.
FUTURE TE IIHEHS UF MVIEHIII
"l will learn the art of helping others by
doing helpful things daily in home and
school." This quotation is a part of the pledge
made by the members ot the Margaret Wil-
helm Future Teachers ot America Club.
Under the guidance ot Mrs. Greim, the
adviser, members do substitute teaching for
teachers in high school and elementary
Regular monthly meetings are planned
by Karen White, president, and Carolyn
Miles, vice president, with the assistance of
the adviser, Mrs. Greim.
classes. Through this work, members discover
whether or not they are really interested in
teaching as a career.
Club meetings are held once a month with
a teacher as guest speaker.
This year's officers were Karen White,
president, Carolyn Miles, vice president, and
Margaret Voigt, secretary-treasurer.